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Jj i i1L SiJ V- j Nt + tF t J i YOLUMFXKl COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 1910 = NUMBER 33 rr Death of a Good and Useful Man On June 14th at 4 oclock a m Dr JT R Wolford passed from the material into spiritul realm He was born and atntH old the13th day of last March is father Milton Wolford was a physician of large practice and in his day was a popular practicianer HeWas a half brother of Gen frank Wolford Wolforddecided preparedhimseltand began to practice with his father some 35 years ago He was endowed by nature with some of thenecessary characteristics for a successful physician He had love for his profession from the Beginning He had large sympathy for the sick and tact to gain their confidence and with encouraging words and cheerful ex pression on his face he was enable to brighten the sick room and leave the patient in hopeful spirits It was never too cold or too hot for him to answer the calls of the suffer ing The poor and needy were never neglected because the pay was doubtful HQ was twice married his first wife beinga daughter of Mr Anderson Murrell who lived and died in this County His second wife a daughter of Mr Steve Conover whose death oc curred only a few weeks since He accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord r and Savior about 20 years ago United with the Christian Church at Liberty near his home and lived a consistant Christian life and died in the faith He leaves a wife and five children and a multitude of friends to mourn their loss The funeral services were held at Liberty Church and the large con 1Bourse of people who attended testify o the high esteem in which he was held in the community and surrounding country The funeral services were conducted by F J Barger C M Deen er Thomas Hadley Lawrence Williams v and Sam Stapp F J Barger preaching the leading sermon May the Lord add his blessings to the bereaved widow and children and may those whom the husband and father has befriended remember the widow and the fatherless in their time of trouble ZT Williams r Picnic There will be a Picnic at Roley on Saturday July 2 1910 at the same grounds as before There will be good music and refreshments on the ground Base Ball game called promptly at 2 p m The Ball Rack will be there we will have good order Seats for alL Come and enjoy the day teeFStrange But True Last October Mr Tim Collins had a hive of bees that left for unknown quarters and so far as he knew without t just cause Last Saturday evening the swarm returned and took possession of the same gum They remained in it content until Sunday morning when they took an airirig indicating discon tent but returned and now seems to be located for life and busy gathering the sweets of this section It is no known to be the same swarm but everything indicates that it is and that th flight and return was made to escap- the town taxr I To all qualified Notice publishers of Text- Books for Common Schools for the State of Kentucky as provided by law You are hereby notified thatonor before the 29th day of June 1910 at 12 oclock M at the office of the Superin tendant of Common School for Adair county Ky sealed bids will be re ceived by the Adair County Text Book Commission tQ furnish for the Adair County High School a series of textbooks for a period of four years Said proposals shall state specifically th net contract prices to which books are j Fr to be furnished to agents within the county and the exchange price to the l pupil and shall be accompanied by a t speciman copy of every book proposed to be furnished All bidSWill be sealed and delivered to the chairman rof said1 commission The commission reserves the right to reject any and all bid- sPearLHindmanChairman I N M Hancock Secretary Mr J M Aaron was in ColumbiaI Monday and reported the blacksmith shop and tools by fire last i Lii Sunday Morning Several farm tools were destroyed He cannot account for the burning anti has no iIisuraIlce1 In next weeks issue we will give a f1iUrtottnedi tri tCoIient I1 offo ttGhurch which closed Jas sfr i riiL tJ l Sad and fatal Accident Horace a seven year old son of Mr and Mrs J W Marshall Glenvjlle this county accidentally shot and killed his little sister about the noon hour last Wednesday The two were at the wheat house and finding a gun which the older brothers kept there with which to killrats Horace in undertaking to break it to see if it was loaded It instantly fired the load striking his little sister in the head and she was dead in a few minutes Great sorrow is felt for the sorrowing parents and the keenest symsathy for the brother whodear ly loved his little sister The marshall home was crowded with friends all during the afternoon of the accident Notice I will on the 25th day of June 1910 at the late residence of Stephen R Con over deceased two miles east of Co lumbia Ky offer for sale at public outcry all the household and kitchen furniture all sorts of tools and farming implements wagons Buggies harness a good Jersey cow one good horse and many other things too numerous to men tionAlso at the same time and place the farm will be offered at public outcry It is a good producing upland farm with good dwelling and good out buildings It is well watered andcontains 105 acres more or less with enough timber to answer all purposes Will make anyone a good home Terms made known on day of sale Jo N Conover Agent and Atty in FfiQuite an exciting time at the gristmill on Water Street last Tuesday afternoon Several boys were in the mill playing They reached the meal chist and Henry Wilson picked up and dashed a handful of meal in his brother Joes face A great deal went into his mouth getting into his throat and for a time it was thought the boy would choake to death After workingwith him for an hour or two he was brought around all right Timbered Land For Mevf I have 2000 acres of land covered with stave saw and tie stuff R T Baker Amandaville Ky Monday Was the firstday of the Rus sell circuit court A very large crowd was in attendance and business good throughout day Mr Caleb Powers Edwardis for Con gress was present and spoke to a crowded courtroom in the afternoon The Adair County Teachers Institute will behold in the Courthouse com mencing August 1st and continue five days Profs Alexander and Craig of the Western State Normal Bowling Green will be the conductors The Superintendent is required to xevok all certificatesof holders who fail to put in full time Summer the real genuine summer hot and getting hotter has come at last Corn and all crops iri this part of lostte weeks of favorable weather no one will discouragine g we can hear an unusual large of corn nas been planted and the setting of tobacco doubled over last year The oat crop is up in pointI Of acreage and far better than erage year in quality The outcome i wheat within the last few weeks s comfort to the growers while meadow prospects tickle the fancy and bouy the hopes that empty lofts will spori he fill ed Be not discouraged but do your duty and God will bless the land where in intelligent industry is applied Notice acecounts belonging to the firm of Nell Nell up to and including the 9th day of June 1910 All parties owing me such notes and accounts will please come at once and settle with me or make a rangements for future settlement Respectfully G E Nell 322t Gradyville K The solemn vows of matrimony will betaken on this Wednesday morning at 930 by Miss Hattie Lewis of this city and Mr L W JBaldauf of Louisville at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Sam Lewis On relatives arid a few lfiehdswill witrie the ceremony In next wejeksisisue appropriate mention will be maiiie n t cent irigbama Hold J tiave allI6 nttlt M taeen inLI alJu IC 322t J i li y t r The Ball Games The ball games played on the grounds- of the LindseyWilson last Saturday be tween the Columbia and Liberty teams were highly enjoyed and inaugerated what is generally believed one of the most successful years of the home team There was never any contests on the ground that elicted more merited complimentary expressions not merely for the victors but as well and truly for those who were defeated Not a dispute or murmer come from the players Itwas a contest between gentlemen between friends who neith er took nor sought unfair advantage but whose love for victory brought the very bestplays possible to be made Such games are refreshing regardless of who winsand should the Liberty team again meet ours on the same ground a hearty welcome awaits it Below we give both games MORNING GAME 123456789 RHE Columbia 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 x 352Li- bertY 000000000 04 3 Battery for Columbia Young Ros enfield Battery for Liberty Wood rum and Watkins Two base hits Wood rum and Stults base on balls off Wood rum 2 struck out by Woodrum 16 by Young 6 left on base Liberty 7 Co umbia5 stolen bases T Judd Holla day Hancock and Woodrum Earned run Columbia I Umpire Hindman Time 1 hour40 minutes AFTERNOON GAME 12 34 56789ftHEColumbia 0 1 0 2 12 3 Ox 9 8 41 Liberty 300000000 3 4 Battery for Columbia Judd Stults and Rosenfield Battery for Liberty Holt Woodrum and Watkins Three base hits Hancock two base hits Wat ladaybaseout by Holt 7 by Woodrum 3 by Judd 7 by Stults 10 hits off Judd 3 in 5 in nings off Holt 7 in 6 innings left on bas Liberty 5 Columbia 3 stolen bases Young T Judd Hancock Holladay and Callison Earned runs Columbia 4 Liberty 1 Umpire Davidson time 1 hour45 minutes The Liberty team is composed of gentlemen in every respect They play the game without trying to rub up a disturbanceand it is a great pleasureo have such boys to play There was not asingle wrangle during the games Rosenfieldcaught is his usual form and assisted in one of the most thrillin double plays every pulled off on the home grounds A pleasing feature of both games was that Columbia has again got together a winning combination They went up against one of the best ama ture pitchers in Kentucky in Mr Woodrum He shoved his ability but th boys got to him enough to win Youngl eld Liberty safe at all of the game the team made a fe wheneveranIthe team would pull offa thrill pla and never ieta runner have a chance to score T Judd and Wright both made sensational on hard chances Hancoc- played his first games with the first nine and showed he has the nerve to make a ballplayer He played his posi tion in good form and got a hit in eac game one a three bagger K Judd made monkeys of the Liber ty boys after the first inning Stults worked a few innings and held the heavy batters safe i Miss Tillie Trabue entertained last Thursday evening in honor of her pu pil Miss Robbie Chandler of Camp peoplnoccaISiOIf I have a fineJersey bull Fee 150 at the gate 1 also have a number of Jersey heifers for sale ra Barbee 32it The childrens exercises at the Met odise church last Sunday were up to the highest expectation and desires of the large audience that was there for worship The singing and recitations S anrd shows much good and wholesome train ing is being given to the young The SYto yi people touches every thinking individ ual but when the innocence of little children is coupled with it becomes much more impressivera blessing to those who hear and a blessing and in spiration for the little ones engag importssd th4 church that overlooks this service fails to make the bcsiof 1U o Port p tiNI5L 8 tt aid for 6i ijltII1iM and 8icals i tNiW i Wal e- rn0 rt tf fj I S o r The Wheat Crop Placelwhobeing but little wriest in the county He says taking aSa whole the crop is willii as many as common but the giain is extra good In his ob servation of the many wheat crops he says that Mr A W Tarter who lives in Columbia but who owns a farm in the lower end of the county has the best crop He has one field of twenty acres as good wheat as ever grew The Doctor also st ted that he met a Mr Farris who lives in the Cane Valley country who told him that he would harvest twice as much wheat as he first qenearlyty Mr J S Hovious Who lives in the upper end of the county was in this office Friday and stated that there was but little complaint about wheat in his section Many fields he said look fine June 24th Dont forget to go to hear Miss Ber sot of Louisville Reader and Interpreter of characters at the Courthouse next Friday evening AdmissionAdults 25c Children 15- cJune Weddings The following persons have Jicensesfrom the Adair County Cler so far in this month Elisha Bush and Cordie Brown Geo W Franklin and Mintie Smith Chas M Barnett and Lina Rosenfield Elmer Rodgers and Minerva Pickett Garfield Rooks and Myrtie Bryant Ezra Roe and Lamie Shive HiramShively and Fronie Christie boysrv E L Powell of Louisville write- thus to Miss Bersot who will give an entertainment in the Courth use of Columbia next Friday evening under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Societ of the Christian ChurchI It was m pleasure to be present on the occasion of your entertainment under the au Spices of the Young Ladies Auxiliary of the Christian Church of Louisville I am glad to say 1 was delighted The naturalness of your elocution and by inggave m especial satisfaction I sincerely trust that you may be able to give your entertainment throughout the state of Kentucky Let no one fail to hear this talented reader in a most entertaining program next Friday evening eTaxBooks are Ready Statewwillnmy every Sheriffyr PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY EbinezerkZ T Williams Columbian J R Crawford Columbia A Johnson Pleasant Ridge hJ H Rood Clear Spring W J Levi Union Chapel J Menzies Mt Hoe JST E Ennis Greehsburg W B Cave Gradyville All kinds low cut shoes at prices to Walkeer There were twenty twoteachers before yiaDdwho were awarded firstclass certifi cates are Miss Gabbert Ben Jef fries and EdgarRo se Thirteen quit four failed and two received second class certificates wihgive a very delightful evening to a tieswhor her at the Cbutthouse in Columbia next Friday evening June 24th Let uhIalloyedII Mens and boys clothing must sell I nam making a low priceon them 322t W L Walker Brooklyn team again covered with glory last Wednesday in a ga tedhe fourteenth inning the score stood 3 to 2 in favor of Brooklyn Barger pitch t egameHewent to the bt s daises got four jilts and made the whV flipg score on the1 last inning Tht strawberry aweou is OYerv iid dot have a aieasW m ihisV couhty this r L f i h ift rV ri r t jt r i Mrs Martha D Meader Dead On last Monday morning Mrs Martha DJVIeader passed from earthly cares to her reward in the spiritual world at the home of her son Mr W I Meader of Campbellsviile Death was due to the infirmities of age though her stay upon earth was doubtlessly shortened by a fall three years ago which gave crippleSheApril and had been a most energetic woman all of her life She was a de voted and pains taking mother a con sistant member of the Christian Church and death came as a pleasant sleep Mr WI Meader of Campbellsville and Mrs McGee of Somerset are the only surviving children Services were held in the Christian church by Eld Z T Williams and the body laid to rest in the Columbia cemetery She was reared in this town where most of her life was spent and many friends were present to pay their respects and witness the last sad rites The present return of Mr Meader and Mrs McGee to their old home is a sad one A long life has ended a loving moth er gone and this community extends its sympathy to the sorrowing SOIl and daughter who did all they could to pro long life and comfort to their mother in her declining days June 24th at the Courthouse 8 p m Miss Adeline Bersot of Louisville im personater and interpretor of charac LadieskLouisville Ky June 20 1 1IDr P H Coliover Columbia Ky Dear Sir- Your recent examination by the Ken tucky State Board of Dental examiners being satisfactory a certificate o registertion will be issued you in a few days Yours Truly- J H Baldwin Secretary thatsanother gentleman of strict integrity good ability and unwavering purpose has been added to the useful and indis pensible practice of dentistry He is a beyit I will on Saturday June 25 1910 at the late residence of Milton Taylor Sr sell at Public Auction on a credit of three months one horse a one horse andehouse hold and kitchen furniture B 0 Hurt Administrator 322t of iiilton Taylor Sr Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT r KENTUCKY Louisville Trust Co Trustee of Puff the estate of JW Butler decd vs Frank Jackman Deft By virture of a Judgment and of sale of Adair Circuit Court rendere- at the May Term thereof 1910 in the above cause for the sum of six hun dred dollars from the 12th day of Oct 1907 until paid and 28 25 costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court house door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 4 day of July 1910 one oclock P M or thereabuut bein County Court upon a credit of six months the following described property towit A lot situated on the N W corner of Public square at the corner of the lot hereby conveyed with T E Paulls Drug Store lot thence with said Paulls line to Jefferson Alley thence with said Alley N 45 W 21 feet thence a right angle on a parallel line with Paull line a loresaid to the Public square thence with the Public square S 4522 feet to the beginning including the right to joint use bys3id Jackman o the stairway three feet six inches wig on the North side of said Paull property said property having a joint interest in said stairway beginning at the pave ment and running back 24 feet For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety o r securities must execute Bond bearing legal inter est from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a Jud meat Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner A C C Painting of the front of the First Na tional Bank shows enterprise and great ly improves the appearance of the build ing There are other fronts on the woolmemp ove Ursued eixn Y urday ta6 oclock dinner 1 The it1N tif H Colum i Pair 11 befuu alN l1rd y forttsu 11ftiri Sunday at Presbyterian Church f The usual program of worship will be variedat the Presbyterian Churchon next Sabbath morning Judge H C Baker will tell the congregation of his recent visit to Atlantic City and the workof the General Assembly of the JudgeBakerhis message will be of interest The pastor will conduct the evening service on the law at the residence of Mrs E A Pile at 6 p m Clover Huller for Sale The Master Commissioner will sell a first class clover huller on the first Monday in July See his advertise ment in another column Program The following is the program for the Celebration to be held at Bear Wallow July 4 1910 Song service to begin 9 oclock by I M Grimsley and othersrPreaching at 10 by J D Burton and others Adjourn for dinner Speaking at 1 by Plato Wade Geo L Perryman and others Every body come and bring well filled basketss j J D Burton Chairman H PRedmon J B Burton Open Air Services The pastor of the Presbyterian church has arranged to hold the Sunday evei ping services in the open air during the hot weather when the weather per mits The first service will be con PilefEverybody is invited to attend this service 4 For Rent A neat cottage with foifr rabmsuear- the Roller Mill See Smith McBeath 332t u June apples are ripe l The old swimming hole isripe and boys are diving in b The Columbia Fair gives 20 more in premiums on Jersey cattle this year than it did last Mr Ed Sinclair is making some val uable improvements on his residence located on Campbellsville pike Fix up that herd of cattle for the Columbia Fair The premium is 45UOtdi vided into three money 0 Spurr Johnson a colored boy who was wellknown about town died at the home of Peter Cheatham last week yearsrpremiums offered by the Co dlumbia Fair for tobacco Mr Jeff Parsons is erecting a hand r some residence on the Campbellsville pike this side of Mr Overstreeta home v We learn that Mr and Mrs 0 M Evansgw o keeping hi2soSharpgr theson Reed Hardware Co and Paull Drug 1Co store Russelle tI morn ing that weighed 24 pounds After ex hibiting it in town it was cut up and sold to different persons Mabel Atkins opened the doors IMiss home to the young people last Wednesday evening and quite a nom musicg There will be a special meeting of Columbia Lodge No 96 F and A itthis Wednesday ht June 22 for then purpose of conferring the third degree c All Master Masons in good standingrareinvited to bepresentI Horace Jeffries Master Mrs Ed Shively daughter of Mr H B Ingram this place who lives in Ok= lahdma writes her father that she h a dow with three calves ten days bidf1 and all three doing well t HL iiU Unc1 e Himry Farle k has i ltliOfti a banch of oats six feet rntr lfkhfroai li 0 itu Tucked 1I T nicel r rititiv s lf ii j 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS s r c Sheriffs Settlement A settlement of the accounts of W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair county Kentucky of the collections and dis bursements of the fourteen I4c cents ad valorem and one 100 dollar poll tax levied by the Adair Fiscal Court at its April Term 1909 for the payment ofi the current expenses of Adair County for the year 1909 At the regular October term 1909 of the Adair Fiscal Court 1 was by said court appointed its Commissioner to settle with W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair County his accounts of the col lections and disbursements made by him of the taxes levied by said Court at its April term 1909 to be collected and paid to the creditors of said Count by said Sheriff during the year of 1909 and in compliance with said order I did on the 1st day of December 1909 exam ine said Sheriffs books and found th amount of uncollected tax thereon in order that I might charge said Sheriff with the additional 6 per cent which is added by law to taxes which remai- unpaid on the 1st day of December o said year On the 1st day of Janua 1910 I again examined said Sheriffs books in order that I might determine the amount of taxes which said Sheriff had failed to collect and turn over t the proper person or fund on the first day of January so that I couldcharge 40said Sheriff with the penalty of 6 percent thereon and thereafter during the month of March 1910 1 did make a settlement with said Sheriff as follows I first charged said Sheriff with 3043 polls listed by the Assessor for taxa tion for the year 1909 at 100 each I then charged him with 32 polls at 100 each which the Assessor had fail ed to list but who were listed by the Sheriff and the taxes collected- I then charged him with 14c on each 100 worth of taxable property assess ed equalized and certified for ad valo rem taxation in Adair County for the year 1909 I then charged him with 14c ad valo rem tax on 2900800 which the Assessor had failed to list but which was listed and the taxes collected thereo- by said sheriff I then charged him with the franchise tax on the different corporations doin business in Adair County I then charged him with 6 per cent on all unpaidtaxes on December 1s 1909 which made said Pattesons debit- as follows DEBITS To 3043 tithes listed by the As sessor at 100 each 3043 00 To 32 tithes listed by Sheriff at 100 each 32 00 To ad valorem tax on 2606648 00 worth of taxable property which was listed by the Assess or supervised equalized and oneach3649 30 To ad valorem tax on 2900800 which was listed by the Sher iff and taxes collected at 14c on each 100 thereonITo franchise on Bank 1 481ToTo franchise tax on Citizens Bank 15 94 To franchise tax on Farmers Bank Cane Valley 12 03 To franchise tax on Farmers Bank Casey Creek 14 00 To franchise on Columbia Te phone Co leITo franchise tax on Myers tric Light Co 4 20 To 6 per cent added to 441 59 of taxes which were not paid on December 1st 1909 2650 Said Patteson then presented to me the following certificates of allowances made by the Adair Fiscal Court and 0 dered by said Court to be paid by sa Sheriffout of the levy above set out Said Sheriff having paid the owners of said claims the amount thereof 1 ther fore gave him credit by said certi cates of allowance which are filed herewith as part hereof as follows To Ben Jeffries 280 J P Beard assignee of J H Karns 30 64 J P Beard assignee of J M Tur ner 1 00 00fP Beard assignee of H P Red mon 75 J P Beardassignee of H A Wai 16r50 1TP Beard assignee of Ermine t 00IIassignee of Davis J Caldwell 4 35 JP Beard assignee of Dr CM Russell 8 50 P Beard assignee of T R Stults 143 05 J P Beard assignee of WR Knif ley 22 85 J P Beard assignee of Eubank Sons 65 50 JjShuffitt 4 Bradley Gilbert Co 245 25 SE Conoyer assignee of J B AbreU 19 S E Conoyer assignee of A W Roe 11a r v S E Conpver assignee of AW 85Xf 3900JIr b Spectator J12 75 rS E Conoverr iui rite QcE rI Co ti2G 00 ifS t tir Is E Conover assignee rW L Walker 214 09 W Dudgeon 2 00 1L E Conover assignee of L R Chelf 0lS E Conover Burton 63 70 S E Conover assignee of C A Wal ker 5 00 S E Conover assignee of A Ho vious 5200 S E Conover assignee of J C Har rison 52 00 S E Conover assignee of Dr J H Grady 5 00 S E Conover assignee of J F Triplett 5 00 S E Conover assignee pfTriplett Eubank 5 00 Strong Hill 5 WY26 00 S E Conover assignee of Dr S A Taylor t 3 00 Hamemonds Chapmanv l 7150 U L Taylor t 8750 U L Taylor 50 00 7n5 301fr 5ryp y 2 00 W H Russell 2 00 S S Williams 2 00 0o0 W H Knifley v 20Q GeBreedingVV f 5 00 Citizens Bank assignee of Hi H Kerns 52 00 Bruce Montgomery assignee of E B Atkinson 10 00 Bruce Montgomery assignee of W H Burress 26 00 Bruce Montgomery assignee of Adair County News 36 48 Bank of Columbia assignee of Flowers Nell 10 00 Bark of Columbia assignee of Nell Nell 39 00 Batik of Columbia assignee of Dr W R Grissom 50 00 Bank of Columbia assignee of Coomer Gowen 81 50 Bank of Columbia assignee of Thos Dudley 39 00 AnW Tarter 466 50 Bank of Columbia assignee of A 40g0 assignee of 1 C Harmon 65 00 oft144a21 C Moss 7 25 Bruce Montgomery assignee of Walker Absher 65 00 Bruce Montgomery assignee of G R Redmon 25 50 Cooley Bros 3 00 00HkJ 0 KRussell assignee ofT R StultsV 1540 J M Wilson 3 00 J B Keltner 16 50 W T Grissom 8 qo 50Irell Co 39 00 W W Kirtley 45 50 W W Kirtley 5 00 n H Price 2 00 G F Stults 10 00 Dave Beard 3 00 Pickett Hovious 8 25 Dr J C Gose 85 00 Georgia R Shelton 350 W L Brockman 11 25 W L BrockmanV 26 00 J A Hardin 3 00 Claud Callison 2 00 J W Young V 1 00 8 P Miller 30 B V Hovious 13 00 G A Helm 1650 J 0 K Russell assignee of T R 2idSimmons IOO J OJRussell assignee of WB Pat 190fi24 lor ii00 Russell Co 11 99 T A Murrelf assignee of Dr Z T Gabbert Xv 2825 T A Murrell 2500 Julia Eubank 5 00 McC Goode 78 00 Farmers Bank assignee pDr N N Hancock 33 50 Z T Williams assignee of Wheat 00ICoffey Patteson assignee of G W Piker 1381 Ti J Conover 16 50 W B Patteson 2 00 W B Patteson 32 00 W B Patteson 185 95 N R Roach V 39 V- OOVJj L W Caffe assignee vRobtirln 50gram vvHP 13 00 G P Smith V 250 00 Dr Harlan Simpson 2500 00fiJunius Holt 2 50 Strong Hill r 5 W F Cartwright assignee of Tandy Thomas 18 00 W F Cartwright asaigneeof Dr rr 00ViJ ff t r J W L Walker assignee of Leach ErmineILuther BellV JVH J Conover 2 00 A B CoxV 1 00 J W Sublett assignee oL R Chelf 84 50 J W Sublett assignee of June Grove 26 00 J W Sublett assignee of Martha TaylorV J19 50 J W Sublett assignee of A Hovious 52 00 J W Sublett assignee of J G Dudgeon 39 00 J W Sublett Bro 25050 J W Sublett Bro 20 00 G W Dillon 15 00 Wilmore Moss 52 00- W F Cartwright assignee of Ha mon Chapman 7 0 W F Cartwright assignee of T G Thomas 825 W M Wilmore 2 70 Wilmore Moss 22 50 L C Winfrey 200 R W HurtS 2 64 J T Barbee 2 00 SH Mitchell 2 00 JV White 2 00 J Z PickettV 2 00 JW Young 264 E L Sinclair 2 00 S C NeatVT 200 HC Janes 3 04 Mack Coomer f 3VV 04 1 I Sm thi 248 J W Thompson 2 55 J B Keltner 2 55 Eugene Nell 270 H 0 CorbinL 70 T W RiceVV 2 70 M E Blair 2 86 TAW Rich 3 86 E R Miller 2 80 J E Johnson 286 Z T Pelley 3 36 J E BeardV 2 80t T J Patton 3 12 R G Breeding 312 S A Murrell 2 48 V G Hovious 3 34 J J Hendrickson 3 34 L W Tabor 2 00 R E Tandy X1VV 22 R L Davis 2 00 Class Sandusky 2 00 W A Humphressx 2 00 E V Humphress 2 00 L C Hurt 2 00 Horace Jeffries 4 00 N MTutt 800 Horace Jeffries 200 W F Jeffries Sons assignee of June Groves 13 00 J 0 K Russell assignee of T R Stults 40 00 Junius Hancock Receipt dated Dec 31 1909V625 00 I was then shown a list which is filed herewith as part hereof of 29 persons who had by orders of Court been releasedand 0exempted from poll tax I therefore gave said Sheriff credid by 29 polls at 100 each 29 00 I way then shown a list filed herein of 21 persons who had been wrongfully listed the sec ond time for poll tax I there fore gave said Sheriff credit by 21 polls at 100 each 21 00 I was then shown the orders of the Adair County Court releas ing ad valorem tax on 29448 1hadthe Assessor I therefore gave said Sheriff credit by 14c Opon each 10000 thereof 41 23B It appears that 651800 worth of property has been wrong fully listed by the Assessor the second time I therefore gave said Sheriff credit by 14c 00on each 10000 thereof 9 13 I was then shown the orders of the Adair County Court releas ing ad valorem tax of 297900 50worth of personal property on persons who have either gone fromthe County or no proper ty to be found I therefore gave said Sheriff credit by 14c on each 10000 therefore 4 17 I then deducted from the total bits of 694198 with which I had charged said Sheriff 2900 the poll tax on persons released 2100 the poll t on persons listed twice 4123 valorem tax wrongfully listed 913 t ad valorem tax listed the second tin 417 the ad valorem tax on perso nal property of persons who have eit left the County or no property to be found which left a debit of 683745 For collecting this sum 1 gave him credit by the commission allowed bylaw of 10 per cent on the first 500000 and 4 per cent on the remainder 10 per cent on 500000 500001I 4 per cent on 183745 73 50 573 50 Said Sheriff then paid your Commissioner for making this settlement 25 00 for which sum I gay tRECAPITULATION him credit DEBITS To 3043 tithes at L 00 each 3043 00 To 32 tithes at 100 each 32 To 14c ad valorem tax on 2 606 64800 3649 30ofro 14c ad valorem tax of 28 00800 40 61 To franchise tax 150 To 6per cent p nalty pn taxes i due December 1st 19095 26 50 i i rQ8 tot J CREDITS By certificats of allowance 6879 2 By 29 polls released from taxa tion 29 00 By 21 polls listed 4wice 21 00 By 14c ad valorem tax on 29 44800 wrongfully listed 41 23 By I4c ad valorem tax on 6 51800 listed twice 9 13 By 14c ad valorem tax on 2 979 00 listed but no property found 4 17 By Commissions 573 50 By paid Commissioner 25 00 Total 7572 30 Credits 7572 30 Debits C941 98x 630 32 I therefore find that Adair County is indebted to said Sheriff to the amou 6of 63032 to which sum must be added whatever amount the Adair Fisical Court may allow and certify as deli n quent taxes for the year 1909 All of which is respectfully submitted A H Ballard Commissioner of the Adair Fiscal Court COUNTY COURT jADAIR settlement of the accounts of W B PatteV son late Sheriff of the collection and Disbursement of thegeneral fund W B Patteson late Sheriff of Adair county excepts to the report A H Ballard Commissioner of t Adaii Fiscal Court which was filed onI April 221910 for the following reasons Because said Commissioner finds and reports that Adair county is indebted to said Sheriff in the sum bf 63032 to which must be added whatever amount the Fiscal Court may allow and certi as delinquent taxes for the year of 1909 when he should have foundthat thre was to be added to said sum whatever amount the fiscal court allowed delinquent taxes for 1909 and 6 p cent thereon because said Commissioner charge dsaid Sheriff with 6 per cert pen altyon all taxes which were uncollected on December I 1909 which included thei 193 poly at 100 each which were al lowed as delinquent and said Sheri having been charged with tHe penal of 6 per cent on this 193 was entitled to be credited by said penalty whi chyamounts to the sum of 1158 Wherefore he prays that he be ed by said 193 delinquent polls at 100 each and 1158 the penalty on same and for all proper relieftW B Patteson By Jas Garnett Attorney Sheriffs Settlement of School TaxI IA settlement of the accounts of W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair County of the collections and disbursements madeI by him of the tax of ten cents ad valo rem and twentyfive cents poll tax levied by the Adair Fiscal Court at its June term 1909 on all property and persons not in the Graded School District of the town of Columbia end ordered collected and paid to the Treasurer the County Board of Education for ie year 1909 IAt the regular October term 1909 of Fiscal Court I was by an comImissionerpose of making a settlement with w1 Patteson Sheriff of Adair Count his accounts of the collections a disbursements of the tax made bad him during the year of 1909 which h been levied by said Court at its June term 1909 and orderer to be collected and paid out by said Sheriff during said year of 1909 for the purpose of aiding the Common Schools of Adair County I found the total taxable property in Adair county to be 2596711 From this amount I deducted the taxable property in the Graded School Distil 58078200 leaving a balance of 2015 92900 I then charged said Sher with 10 cents on each 10000 worth of riddethe year 1909 usaxcounty paid poll tax to be 3 025 from this number I deducted temaking a total withher 2 taxation for the year 1909 at 25 cents each I then charged him with the franchise tax on the different corporations doi ngat business in Adair county not in Graded School District I then charged him with 6 per cent on all unpaid tax on December 1stt 1909 which made said Pattesons debits as follows To 10 cent ad valorem taxon 201592900 2015 93 To franchise tax on Farmers Bank Cane Valley 8 To franchisetax on Farmers Bank Casey Creek 10 00 2734 tithes at 25 cents each 683 50 00To 6 percentaddedto13887 unpaid tax on December 1st 1900 8 33 57tTptel 2 726 36 I then gave said Sheriff creditby two receipts forsums paid real r rot the County Board of Education which re lI 1V ceipts are filed herewith as part hereof marked 1 and 2V N I then gave said Sheriff credit by hjs commission of 4 per cent for collecting 272636 Said Sheriff then paid your Commis sioner 1000 for which I gave him credit which makes the credits to which llowsIurer County Board of Educa f Ion October 23 1909 1 032 43 By receipt No 2 paid Treas urer County Board of Educa tion December 4 1909 1 00000 Commission at 4 per cent 109 05 00ITotal 2 146 48 36ntCredits 2 146 48 Balance 579 88 I therefore find and report that said W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair Coun ty is indebted to the School Fund in the sum of 272636 and that he has paid out for said fund 2 15148 which leaves the net balance due by said Sheriff to said fund 574 88 All ofwhich is respectfullysubmitted this 29 of March 1910 A H Ballard Commissioner of the Adair Fiscal COUNTY COURT In the Matter of the Settlement PatteheSchool Tax for 1909 AdaircounIo o Ballard Commissioner o f Adair Fiscal Court which was filed in this court on reasonsfandreports that he is indebted to the School Fund in the sum of 57488 said Commissioner reaches this conclusion Y byereach and then charging him with 6 per becauseIber 1 1909 and he fails to give said Sheriff credit by 180 of these polls at 25 himtyCourt and also fails to give him credit the 6 per cent penalty with which pollsto which together with the 25 cents on each poll would amount to the sum of 4770 and would leave him indebted to the School Fund in the sum of 82718 instead of the sum of 57488 as shown by said Commissioner Wherefore he prays that these exceptions be sustained and that he be credited by the sum of 4770 in addi ton to the sum by which the Commis sioner gives him credit and for all proper relief W B Pafcteson Sheriff By Jas Garnett Attorney To Democrats ofIt is generally believed that the next House of Representa tives at Washington will be andIDemocrats everywhere Conndgressional Committee is charged with much responsibility in furnishing a campaign book and other literature directing speakers r and doing the general work of organization We need your active support especially in a toctConflpgressional Committee Washing ton D C a check at once as we are greatly in need of funds to push our work and must de pend upon Democrats to furnish sushecontribu tions We are reliably informed that the Republican Committee is already generously supplied with money Will you not aid us once tieJames T Lloyd Chairman Washington D Cv V4IV Marvelous Discoveries Mark the wonderful progress of the age Air flights on heavy machines telegrams without wires terrible war wonder6Qto save life when threatened by coughs colds lagrippe asthma croup bronchitis hemorrhages hay fever arid whooping cough or lung trouble For all bronchial affections it has no equal It relieves instantly Its the surest cure James M Black of Asheville N CRR lo 4 writes it cured him of mn obstinate cough after all other dia failed 50c and 100 A trial 1le free Guaranteedjby Paull Drug foI liay t L N Time Card In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUNDt- iAIN Lv LOUISVILLE AR LEBANON No 27700am 942am No 23815 am 1004 am- Na79 SiOSprn 740pm No 21800 pm 1000 pm No93630pm 900 pm NORTH BOUNDf- BAIN Lv LEBANON An LOUISVILLE 024548 am 750 am o 78T32am 1015 am 028 430 praV 655 pm 1022628 pm 815 pm Ra92732am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only WILr ORE HOTEL W M tUHiJVIORB Prop P FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rat- esQKftDYiILLe KY S D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special A tt net in t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavir or any sur gical work done at fairprices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables LOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILLE STREET Res Phone 29 Office Phone 40J I Dr James Triplet Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENT- UCKIEunbarmr So Hentist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone Attone Y At Law t Will practice inV this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky DR M E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia Kentucky Special attention given to Dentistry Diseases of the Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes OFFICELocated In barn back of Hancock HotelV- The Adair County News And I CourierJournal One Year ForV 150 Daily CourierJournal Three MonthsV And The News 175 Subscribe Now 4 r v 1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 I r DELINQUENT r LIST The following is a list of delinquent taxpayers of Adair county returned by the last Sheriff WB Patteson and accepted by the Fiscal Court at the April term 1910 DISTRICT NO 1 Jno J Bottom gone from county C G Bottom gone from county A R Bean gone from county WR Brown Sy Evans no such person to be found Jaa Hatfield gone from county J H Helm gone from county Geo W Jones no such person to be found Ode Lawless gone from county N G Lee gone from county Frank Napier gone from county Norman Redford no such person to be found Jas Overstreet gone from county v Thos Rich Jr Chas C Reeves gone from county W M Sherrill deceased Jno Stevens gone from co Jno Turner- G ntyjW Wells gone from county R L Wethington gone from county W H Ward no such person to be found W M Young gone from county COLORED NO 1 Robt McWhorter gone from county DISTRICT NO 2 T Acree gone from county- B F Allison gone from county W Ai Burton M G Burton G W Burton J W Burton Mason Burton- S E Conover gone from county Jas L Conover J S Collins L E W N CookICGGoodin 4 H E Giles W B GilesIRozy Gaskin Jas Grider deceased- I L Hardwick Geo Harris gone from co nty 1JA Holt no such personto be found B L Harmon J W Head Jno Kenney no such person to be found j J M Littrel Marion Lane gone from county t VI J McGaha l Melvin McElroy no such person to be foundIR RichardsIL S Rooks no such person to be found M T Rigney A Roy no such person to be found R H Rain 1909Walter J F Shaw credit by 66c paid Dec 28 Sullivan gone from county W E Sanders deceased COLORED NO 2 Sherman Haskin DISTRICT NO 3 W D Allison Curt Bontom Tom Bryant Jerry Cape gone from county Oliver Cape gone from county Lyman Cape gone from county Lucian Compton Kirby Denson G A Gifford exempt Geo Hare 1WJo Jo MorrisonIJas Shearer Wiley Spoonf Sebastian Spoon- S A Spoon- J M Cape COLORED NO 3 H Bradshaw + Moze Dudley Geo Garnettt x Cortez Rowe r f WIll Taylor t t Jno Wade deceased Wm Wilmore DISTRICT NO 4rC J Henry Baker on the County Jas G Campbell gone from State Henry Coomer no such person to be found Ewel Garmon gone from county D T Garmon no such person to be found- Ed Hawkinsgone from county Wm Hawkins W R Janes Thos Janes E G Murphy gone from county H T Moore gone from State I F M Roe RobtSneedno such person to bei found Curt Stevens Millard Stotts J F StottsrJ R Walker gone from county J S Wilson i Jas Wilson WhitedsW S Williams gone from county Curt Williams gone from county Jake Wooten Jr Tom Wooten gone fromcounty Jo Franklin deceased DISTRICT NO 5r Jno Blankenship J H Compton gone from county trio Coffey exempt f1 l 0 + j1 Andy Dudley gone from county A Estes gone from county RP Finn gone from county-T persont to be found I W Ingram deceased Bell Rodgers gone from county Tom Rodgers gone from county Newt Smith gone from countyI H R Thurman on the county COLORED NO 5 Robt England no such person to be found Cleveland Sebastian gone from county DISTRICT NO 6 Lee Bumgarner gone from county Bob Bryant JL Bryant JF Cole W H Clark gone from county V Geo M Curry H I Dickerson Thos S Ellis gone from county W P Ellis gone from county C C Fisher gone from county Otis Carnes W J Karnes gone from county Thos E Lawless C C Murrell Sherrod Murrell Jr C T Noe gone from county A J Pierce gone fromcounty R B Pike gone from county Jas L Right Ed Sidewell gone from county Wm R Wilson Albert Wilson V4 Geo F Wilson COLORED NO 6 Robt Bridgewater Shelby Campbell gone from county Ernest Duncan gonefrom county Nelson Fitzpatrick Melvin Smith A B White DISTRICT NO 7 0 0 Bottom gome from county Gallatin BradShaw Jas R Bennett iLogan Bohanon Burton M J Compton a E W Cook W R Coffey V Neal Dixon exempt L J Janes L R Morris gone from county Robt Sanders gone from county COLORED NO 7 Sam Beard Lee Baker deceased Jack Bridgewater Shed Butler Tom Frazier deceased Jo L Hunter W H Hunter IS N Hancock gone from county V Winston Holladay deceasediSpurlington JohnsonsMajoy Nelson gone from county Geo Page Zack Taylor deceased Manuel Walker deceased Martin Walker f DISTRICT NO 7 A BE Grissom gone from county Henry Janes gone from county Geo S Kelsay gone from county Otha Kelsay gone from county Mont Montgomery gone from county Finis Rodgers gone from county- J F Russell gone from county Charlie Scott S Turpen exempt Walter Willis gone from county COLORED NO 7 A V Henry Banker Hogs in the Country A feature of interest in the hog report by L J Schwabacher Company of Chicago These authorities went to great trouble to compile this report on the sit uation which is fought with such intense interest to the trade at this time They obtained re ports on the conditions from nearly every county in eight hog raising States concerning the per centage of hog population as com pared to a year ago the number of hogs condition of spring pigs and time this pig crop would be ready for market A study of the details of this report shows that 24 counties in Illinois report 60 per cent 23 counties in Iowa 64 per cent 7 counties in Kansas 70 per cent 6 counties in Missouri 72 per cent 4 counties in Nebraska 53 per cent4 counties in Minnesota 84 per cent 7 counties in Ohio 60 per cent 4 counties in Wisconsin 75 per cent andsoon The report of prospects is fora big pig crop and the condition of springpigsis very generally re ported as exceptionally good In some localities breeding animals shad been so generally disposed of that the pig prospect isbadf Ji r Columbia Ky June 8th 1910 Tq tthe Road Overseers of Adair County J Our road law provides that all able bodied male citizens of the County over 18 and under 50 years of age except licensed Ministers of the Gospeland citizens of incorporated towns and cities shall provide themselves with necessary tools and implements and work not less than six days of 8 hours each in each exemptThetoworkmore than two days in any one week except in cases of emergency he may work them more than two days in one week or six days in each year The Overseers are required to report any failure or refusal on the part of the hands to work toa Justice of the Peace or to the County Judge x A failure on the part ofany Overseer to do his duty as provided by law subjectshim to a penalty of from 500 to X1500and the costs for every such failure while a failure or refusal of each hand to work the road subjects him to a WhereIJailers supervision until same are paid The notice of the Overseer is not required to be in writing but may be verbal and an Overseer may authorize some person in writing to give said notice for him Each Overseer is authorized to give his hands three days of his time on the road for one days hauling on the road withwagon and team or plowing with team He is also required to have his road worked according to this law by the 1st of October in each year and make his report at the October term of the Fiscal Court and he shall be allowed 300 for his services x The above is a synopsis of our present road law and I trust you will enforce it to the fullest extent during your term of office for in no other way can we hope to have good roads which are so beneficial to the entire county If after working the 6 days as above you could induce the citizens of your community to haul gravel on the road you couldm that w yI make a little road each year that would be absolutely firstclass for a time We may not succeed in attaining so much for a year or so but by continued effort and agitation along the lines suggested together with a judicious expenditure of a small road tax we can eventually secure the best roads in this part of Kentucky x XAn Overseer must serve two years from the day of his appointment V j Very Respectfully N H MOSS County Judge 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 to reporffto us any omissions or cor rection of dates- Madisonville July 195 dayst Henderson July 265 Lancaster July 273 days Versailles August 34 days Danville August 33 days Berea August 43 days Lexington August 86 days Russell Springs Aug 94 days Taylorsville August 94 days Uniontown August 95 days Harrodsburg August 94 days Vanceburg August 104 days awrenceburg 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 Liberty Aug 243 daes Elizabethtown Aug243 days Erlanger Aug 244 days Bardstown Aug 304 days Frankfort Aug 04days Nicholasville Aug 303 days Fern Creejc 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 days Falmouth Sept 284 days Kentucky State Fair Louis ville Sept 126 days v A Dreadful wound From a knife gun tin can rusty nail fireworks or of any other nature demands prompt treatment with Buck lens 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 Paull Drug Co r The Roundup How a woman does enjoy being tired if it is from shopping Our love for other people money is also the root of mu y c evil A man can have most of his vices overlooked by inheriting fortune TJieYsermon never seems so long to the woman wearing a new hat to church JXi l 1 Yet there is always a fighting chance against marriage being a failureThe payrolls of the enlisted men in the navyduring 1910 will aggregate nearly 18000000 Canadas total milage last July 30330 miles This means hat there is one mile of railway for every 300 inhabitants translation of the Scriptures IA modern indiomatic Spanish is being prepared for use in Puerto Rico Cuba Mexico and South America The sea kale used as food in China comes largely from the coast of Saghalien where the leaves average one foot in width and fortyfive in length Hickory Chips Hold the Fort is the Meat Trusts song in Jersey Peary has concluded to pene trate Russia as far as the Czar When the big navies form the international police who will be the worlds chief of police Heres hoping George V will brace up and surprise us as a king Mr Halleys comet will dwell o to get in all of its receptions before He arrives Mr Taft doesnt have to scold Congress His cabinet members are overworking that job Only Dr Lowell is able to see canals on Mars There must b something the matter with Dr Lowells eyes Illinois suffragettes are going to majce a tour of the States in automobiles The fact that the farmers hate the devilwagon does not seem to have occurre to them St Douis mustnt begin to count her population supremacy before the official figures are hatched Prince Tras refusal of a China town luncheon shows he knows which side his bread is buttered on The conditions in tile Hhpeh province of China are regarded WhoopeehI Kept The tang at Home For the past year we have kept the King of all laxatives =Dr Kings New Life Pillsin our home and they hay c proved a blessing to all you family write Paul Mathulka of BuffaloN Y Easy but sure remedy for all Stomach Iai Weaving of the Web It is better to weave in the web of life a bright and golden fill ing The words rang out with such cheerful decision that the teacher at the school for the blindand I paused before the open door A young blind girl was reciting to a group of companions They were all so cheery and optimistic in spite of shadowed lives that I could but express my surprise Yes answered the teacher you have there a practical illustration in the weaving of the web the bright and golden filling is certainly being threaded in by my girls What sort of filling are you and I weaving into the web Dark threads or bright Many of us grumble and fuss more over trifles than others do over buzzling knots Each weave has snarls to unravel and the pat terns are often intricate and un certain but courage hope and persistence accomplish much and their possessor is not apt to be of the kind that blames heave- for tangled ends J The loom of life is going steadily on and each days work adds threads to the web that will be unrolled in eternity See that many of them are bright and golden A Womans Great idea Is how to make herself attractive But without health it is hard for her tempeer nervous and irritable Constipation and Kidney poisons show in pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion But Electric Bitters always prove godsend to women who want healtt beauty and friends They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright velvedty h Try them 50c at Paull Drug Co The Editor Has His Troubles The editor of a local paper is often unjustly censured for hi mistakes The wonder is that he does not make more of them On the average his paper must deal with all kinds of sub jects give the names date etc One hour he may be engaged in reporting a religious meeting and the next drawing the pic ture of a fight He must con seVIeraItranspiring to throw up materi for his use or not Count the local items in a paper and imag havme F THE i LOUISVILLE TIMES fOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER i THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS 500 A YEARI- F YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND I THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLYJ45d THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere the best corps of corres IIHas Covers the Kentucky field per fectly Covers the general news fieldi completelyHas best and fullest mar kets reports DEMOCRATIC in politics but fair to everybody SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPERnot to The Louisville Times required how much mental anx iety worry and work they have cost and some idea of editors workcan be gathered The smallest may have cost him at long walk and mucheffort tOI endnto his work when one paper goes to press he turns his atten tion to the next onesHe makes the rounds in search of news and may not get a line From some he must get news without their knowing it drawing them into conversation and obtaining what he wants in sections He maT labor for hours in chasing down a rumor only to find that there is nsImand to be filled not with skim newshHis bounds are limited and yet allIpublic No more perfect tread mill could be devised With such a constant strain producing weariness of the body and mind sand an almost endless variety off it subjects to be touched upon is it surpising that he should occas tonally make a mistakes Other people do why shouldntan edw itor r Picnic r f There will be a Picnic at Roley on Saturday July 2 191Q at the same grounds as before There will be goOdI thegroundlIm there we will good order Seats fox all Come and enoJthe day Hendricke j Committee f s sr t Y t y Iit f 1 I yrl i c 1 4 4 t r TEE AVArl CGtlTENEWS IRE ADAIR MO WiN wS1 Published Every Wednesday BY TOE r Adair County News Company INCORPORATED T CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted t6 the in- torest of the City of Columblaand the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Post office as sec ond class mail matter WED JUNE 22 1910 Floyd Byrd the wellknown prosecutor of the Hargis gang will likely be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress from the Tenth district Mayor W 0 Head of Louis ville has announced his candi dacy for the Democratic nomination for Governor MrHeadsI entry makes the date in the field JasB McCrea TY Ben Johnson MrAddams and Mr Head The State Journal edited by former Governer J C W fOeck i ham has been asked by The Frankfort Daily News if i will i as support the Democratic nominee for Congress whoever he may 11Je in the seventh district The Journal had not answered up to last Friday It is hoped that no candidate who is aspiring for a State office will clammor for a primary An old time convention is what the people want It is as fair and much cheaper way to settle a con test At the proper time let the Democrats meet and harmoniously male a ticket and it will be is sure to wiii Campbell Cantrill and Claude Thomas are making things red hot in the Seventh Congressional district They are candidates be fore a Democratic primary for the nomination for Congress andt they are speaking daily and nightly and ugly charges are being made b1 bth speakers It is sdniewhat aa tobacco ffgt QautriH charges iat the 5dtjr people are robbfrig the fafaijers and Thomas charges drat sri trillimnning in the iherestof i r j the t r iJf jj Rowef 6W J nil Plowing Clis the crd rfJp fe fey f cfJiV I sr Mod all of tic ijecple is about N J 1IJ f Corn is Ibokfrg sorry rnthel account of soifri ch rain and cool weather Mr and Mrs ST Roach and daughter visited Mr Curt Roach near Breeding Saturday and Sunday J MY Ulyses Scott has got his new room completed vy Mrs Pearl Fletcher visiteftf Mr 3 1v1 Roweand daughtei f Y l It r Mrs Lizzife Rowe whO has ibeen sick is amprovink slowly 7 21Ir NannfeRoaclxvi dMr i dy Charlie Janes one day last week Miss Ethel Futjge was guest of tiaurah faR oitiexlay last week I t ti r g tlrYins i e i i 3 AI f y body busyIaiere wrkin 9thei corn which is very siiia- ti r3 for tthee time of y fr b JtYJ ii i andr4is f tz h f k kin well only too thin on gtO Udf J f f jiY t J 1L 1 r OI- hesickofrour communitreV S all better Bruno Meekly a Frank Emerson William Bernard and James Holt are all rejoicing over the advent of a new boy MW Cooper has bought a number of calves and is still inj the market for more M W Cooper and W H Hopper attended meeting of Russell Springs Lodge F and A MSat urday night Mr J T Whithers lost a valuable cowlast wee tand Mr John A Luttrell lost a good young horse the only one he had Alva Bowmer who has been in St Louis since first of the year returned home last week J H Smith Fonthill was here yerterday E GJiWilson of Dorena was here on business last week Caleb Powers is booked for a speech here today We believe G the majority of his party through here are all for him but it is too long until the primary to make much of a guess While it is not our fight we do not see how they can turn down such a man Edwards for a man who needed a pardon so bad that he got itu under such circumstances as Powers did Bakerton We are having some nice farm ing weather and farmers are making gooduse of it We are still having nice boat ing water the Str Rowena was here to day on her return to Burnside Roy Helm of Gainesville Fla visiting lhisjparents Mr and Mrs G A Helm Messrs Joe Leonard Ollie Gowen Roy Helm and S T Irvin went fishing last Thursday and only got fishermans luck Miss Hyta Young and Mrs JEC Jones went to Glenville lat week to attend Conference Joe Leonaidof fAlbany with Watren Nuljr Co Nashville Ten wasjheife last week Mr Jnt Qfr here last week rafuf au Pat Day a teofint at Burkesville tiis week Severaiofstiakextoit are attending Little Charlie Daniel has the Efiaumps v The boom in Crocus broke last week and let out about 2200 cedars The creek was higher han it had beery since June 3 years goon Subday sifter the Gradyville flood Miss Aielia Pairish vi lle3r btier Obn lastt weak edl Cro 1ear = for tl 7th t iJ jtftt d t i f f fsfev DJ T barter pieichei3 at v Holly Glove scli6oL house plitSunday j A goqd icrovd was outH tqohearhimftjrJ 12 J J ILloydTiec s Store va sit ed his daughter at this 1ace las- week f Childrens day at Jones Chapel next Sunday They are looking ifora large crowd to be present Mrs James Cole was here Thursday shopping and to get the Adair County News j G A Helm who has been sick two months is very much im proved Bettie JJanejrvin visited at EI R Youngs last Thursday- S T Irvin and family visited J C Winfrey last Sunday near Becks StoreGoff W spent last Saturday arid Sunday at this placeIICapt Heath says will makelongmas there is water Miss Mattie Winfrey has a carload of nice hogs to shipj Commissioners Sale f ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY H Buchanan Plaintiff V LaneHartfield J C Cundiff Deft l By virture of a Judgment and order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render ed at the May term thereof 19JO inI the above cause for the sum of one hundred and seven dollars and one hun dred and ninety six dollarswith the in terest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 2nd day of Sept 191 paid and 2680 costs herein 1 proceed to offer efor sale at the Courthousedoo in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auctioh on Monday the 4th day of July 1910 atone oclocklP M or thereabout being County Court upon a credit three months the fallowing described proper y towit- Huller One New Birdsell Clover Monitor Junor No 19990 witbI Trucks Stacker and attachments and with all the needed tools Belts and appurtenances thereunto belonging to make a complete Clover Huller and also one Birdsell Clovor Huller Feeder No 3547 Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal inter est from day of sale until pailand having the forcejand effect of a Judg ment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner A C cIHumbled i The wheat crop is fairly good j th butrongthe fruit G1 pis rather short j fMrs G fc Fole who has been ick pr sometime is slowly Ix improving f Born tO ife MrFra Bernardo the4Qth a 11 pqundJ boy fIpast week by being tiiown from a mule and breaking IHS arm Ottis the little son of Mr Franki Bernard is real sick r Misses Ada and Addle Foley visited their sister Mrs J Jt1 Smith of FontHH Monday and Tuesday filisslla Witfishe littler f b i iiard B ta ter t1 j Fo isvisiong her rand par- Rents i ef auti Mrs Mno r h 1i B Gbssar dcil1k erv a visited relatives hear Irviii Store SatmdaranitSutiday i Mi1 rretus Gfavens who ha been attending school afe B6wl ingGreen for sometime returned J home one day last week Mr and Mrs J B Smith of 3E Ert3E3a4 i IFi13E 3OOfIDC3CJE j II PONT BLAME THE HEN s i 7Z Q 1 When you get bad eggs f6rtheyj v rtgQp4 I when she laidjtliehl V l It If Clx 1 u i ft URRELIjM r ILL Codumlla V 1 Sell That Kind t r TTTecxTT OOOoOOOOOOOOiOOOOOOaOO +OO0 0 iO 0 O 0 Paints Oils and t 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 EkVarnishes I 0 0g When Selecting Paints You Should Get g The Best 8 I Our H PAINT W Pure Mixed 00 tIsa perfect Paint possessing covering power and durability excelled tby none Every drop in the can is PURE For Exterior and Interior o work It has been proven by experience that the best results are se= 0V cured by the use of Pure White Lead and Oxide of Zinc thoroughly 0fll combined in proper proportions with Pure Linseed Oil and ground 0- o through powerful mills of special construction thus producing paint A A that possesses the most durable properties and the least liability to A 0 chalk or peel off In the production of our H W Paint we have ob = 0taineda combination of these materials which practical experienceI It test of time have proven to possess the essential qualities of Xa Perfect Paint viz Durability great Covering Properties fineness of XWW Texture and beauty of Finish 0 0- iReed 0- Hardware Co r 0 i oo o oo o OiOO4O OOO Font Hill Mr and Mrs E P McKinney Rev and Mrs MR F JleV and 4V1issesLIQra arid Oma- Foley this place visztedat the hoib o Mt A B Foley lash j SurEday 9 tht the little son d M FL- adleyJJI who got iris leg broken a few dtairs improving nicely MigJ Qifea Foley visited Add and q hey last week i iftii Cravens visited Mrs May McKinney Monday y Oitt1ie Stst of May the death an dlvisited the horne of Mr ancI Mr tX Foley and took ram fhtiieJight ot their bli1 efr r1i1lJitfj Edittt the o as sck Manly a short tlne- aid li114that loving haiide afid nwdii Mcould do via done jfin tcr G tk befit lr ail things V liLitbiel 3thiS nAt dead bud flJw tend our ttheartfeU na thyto the lier w1rfl jlY rldr l tives j Aitoterlittle Jainb has gone f f Todwelllwifp him ivho gav s9notl er little darlin bttbd 1sQ lterediD the graVe x God needed one more angefcKiid Amidst his shinning bandjvjv And sohehent with loving thziile And clasped our darlingshand f Darling Editlfshe has leff us t t Zef t tis yes Forever more t tHhttpe to meet ourJibv dr6hV I rOn tlBright and l3a pY shore J1 IIn FOXES WANTED lBedaaclG eoaes u to5P 1JM i obn4p i i 2- 5I Aildd rse Se t M eof expre 4icefiL d4 t t t A jy ti7 jn 1ivl1tKY t f t jYt Give us a trial We Guarantee to Please you Table supplied With the Rest the Market Affords 7 MeDIS 3St MILLEN HOUSE oprsILocated or Railroifd t one square east of L ck N Station Leanon Kentucky U 0 L tCZ1 erlioM lIIJIIIIfoC worJ r I jt til 0it Keji 11VII it ji I f Cj IbtfmoosIJ QOr J e ne i t Non beft eras Ewetaone WJiO u on liar U vesting Machines can Testif witidve a 0 hat a Stock hftartll ric sRighf 0 t Buggies Harness Saddles and a Generalj Line of Hardware See our iGoo acid Get 0 I ri 0 iI OurPrices nf i JtFFthES hARDWARE STORE J 19K cJAt 1 l J t T = ii- I I i + r AoLTIEADAIR COUNTY NEWS k IIY r PERSONAL l t Mr A IS Norris was here a few days ago V Mr 6C Pace of lieBarioriy vasI here last Friday b r Mr R C Wolford who hasbeenJ quite sck is better Mr John Q Alexander was here taking orders last week Miss Minnie Kemp spent a few days of last week in Louisville Mr Hugh Noe spent a portion of last week at Tompkinsville Judge J C Carter was here Sunday en route to Jamestown court Miss Sallie Coffey has been quite sick for the past week withmeasles Mr J B Coffey is on a business trip in some of the blue grass counties Miss Mollie Caldweil has been quite sickwith measles for the past week Mr John B Wheat of Denmark Russell county was here last Friday Messrs Bob Pennycuff and J B Ba bee returnee from Louisville Saturday night Messrs Jas Gain ttand i Walker Bryant were in Louisville a few days of lastweek Mr B W Pierce i f Rife Casey county was in Columbia and advanced his subscription to 1911 Miss Francis the little daughter of Me E W Reed has been quite sick the past week with measles Mrs Cyrus Gore and little daughter oFTaylor county relatives here a few days of last week Miss Mary Squires daughter of Mr W F Squires who was quite sick last week has greatly improved MriEwing Stults came in from Lex ington last week and will be at home until after the 4th of July Mrs G B Smith who has been vis Iting her son and friends iri Mcnticello returned home Monday morning 4Irs L L Rounds and Miss Rena Stephens Russell Springs visited in COlunibia two days of last week MisS Reha Coy who is temporarily located Hbpkinsville is visiting her relatives and friends in this place Jlessrs Orville Holt Irvine Isbell and L R Snow of Russell Springs at tended the ball here last Saturday + Mr Nr ijl Tutt and Mr Mojitgomeryj went to GordonI wifcrfessedthe sailing of the air SjrsG iR Payne and children BurkeBvilie1 are visiting Mrs PaynesI tarents Judge and Mrs J J SimpsonI Miss Lucy rjendrick on r GB I dricts6nof Campbellsville is visiting Miss ErleneGrissom of this placeJ Mesdames Bassett Miss Minnie and Mary frlplett went to Louisville Sat urday to see the flying machines navigating tie air Misses i2ethu1ey Nellie Wagt goner Ethel and LiMian Jackman at tertded the Urging ut Hutchison School Hciuse Sunday Mr J A Marco vlio lived in Col ln cpunry Texas a brotherinlaw If j avle Jf imps m is spending a fW ti Sfj ii jhimbia MrvItrs Lih r Parks jiri iiinri rriiscn r turned from u d t to rr r r1 in TIIOfi T rn Jjtt d c r I 2ii tJ f d ruseUll rrcs ic e i Fttilr CI 0Irru for Nashville fI z q DJ m little ht trl 1i l an eLVl1t v1tin JS M E Durharn her jrind looiJicrin this city llisse little vcnover and Bettie Loe JuJi vvh cit t j davji with i Mrs U CoWfcccU CstmpbeilsvilM rotjarne e at Friday r 13J V Tcdd of Enifd Okla who is DriW F Cartwright and wife turn d with her son frora Richmond Ky lost week Prof R R Moss and wife who have been yjsiting in PelLytony returned home Saturday Mr and Mrsl Join M Campbelband littis Son Robertjjiccdm paniedthernS f ulnedthometpef1rst nied by a brother who left Russell coinityl years ago i tr Mrs Burr GilpinMis Nell Taylor r In Maurice Alexajider JMr Robert Goitvdy and wife airof Campbellsville r i passed through here last week enroute Iforaten days stay at Biirkesville JSTr Porter A Strange of Jacksboro Texas reached Columbia l st ThursdayI taorning arid will spend weeks with relatives ahd friends Everybody I was redy to give hire the lV 7 v r Mr rHafry V Deriyer Lexington Tt n left orchis honi 7 Sunday imorn r r r S t J t ing riFi1ntefltiOn toremainvj IlIjtMr Oliver Peltey and his sister Miss Zella and Miss Mallie Moss were visiting at punnville jSuri ay and Monday Mr J S Breeding has gone to Evansville Ind to visit relatives He will be absent bo ttwo weeks His himIthere and near Greensburg Mr W T McFarJan and his daughter Alma returned last Friday from very pleasant visit to Louisville and Indianapolis The left Mr Talmage Smith and family who reside in the latter city enjoying fine alth Prof B W Sherrill head of the De p rtment of Mathematics in the Owens boro High School is spending a few weeks of vacation at home Prof Sherrill has been reelected for the en suing year and will leave shortly for the University of Chicago to further persue his course in higher mathemat ics and economics Recently the Owens boro High School was placed on the ac credited list of the University of Chicago which is the only one in the state that has been so recognized I have employedMr A A Miller to collect the town tax Therefore tax payers will settle with him t 313t Oliver Willis TM Mr N T Mercer one of our best farmers reports his crops well under cultivation and growing at an alarming speed Thats good news to us ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT N M Tutt Pill vs Notice Matthew Wooten c Deft Qrderiat the May term 1910 of the Adair Circuit Court I as Master Commision fr of said court will on Monday the 4th day of July 1910 the same being the first day of the regular term of the Adair county court at the court house door in Columbia Ky between 1 oclockand 3 oclock p m expose for sale and sell in satisfaction of a Judg ment rendered at said term in said court in the above styled case infavor ofN M Tutt against J R Cummins for the sum of 100 with interest thereon at 6 per cent per annum from the 17th day of January 1906 until paid and 10 costs the undivided g interest formerly owned by GD- Blairin a tract of 351 acres of land hereinafter described or a sufficiency of said interest to satisfy said debt interest and cost and will at the same judgIledJterest therqdnat 6 per ceut pdr annum rjwn September 14 J995 until paid and edfLuoiftii Blair in said 361 acre trAct of lanti orea suffieien of same to satisfy saididebt interest and cost Saidsale will be made subject to the homestead right of Elizabeth Blair in said 351 acre tract of land and also subject to the rights of Taylor z Moss in the Umber trees upon said lands The isdid taylor iiml Moss are the owners of all the tivrs iindingor lying upon said lands wiiiou are suitable for said stuff and 10 rchca in diameter one fut from the rr and except the timber trees stand in in e ciean J portions of paid laijuls arri S blaekoak trees J cJ the chestnut in and all the beerti trfrte The sa I Taylor arid ilo s n 1veth9rightto go up jo 4aidIanF with teamfe tool and Lrtiichinery and cut TnflUfaCtUie- iid renjovs said uees and their prc dins until pt mb rlth 1912 Wt not tiieieafter l eJiWDestaciMJf Euabeth fliaii istHerlghti aid qeecpy Ol worth s ndJni ihg the dwliic Jreoi iir4 darin her natthtlli1 btjadaP a etracfo Dit i ituaed CountyXyn 4d fr bt ThRMli- ckaiid Harrqdsfprk and is the Mthe lands which JoIn Bair deasedQwned- and Uxidup during his Jif time sM upon which tbdD ft J It Cummins now liv jj arid jbntaihs as aforessiidSM i4cres rmd jst described by metes and bounds burses and distances inn died from Sarah A ttangec to John peajthe clerk of the Adair County Court to Which reference is made for a particular description At the same time and place and in order to satisfy a Judgment in the above styled cause rendered at the May term IDIO of said court in faorof N M Tiitt against J R Qummins and Moses Wooten for the sum of 1062 with interest thereon at 6 pier cent per annum from July 1st19O5 until paid and 7215 costs of suit subr ject to a credit of 30 paid October 1st 1907 Lwjli expose for sale ands l1 the followidg personal and real proper ty or rIdebtOneJT 1 Qasa threshing nhine2- ompany28x5OSepratOi numbered r y t V V + jl 42701 with trucks stacker and 12 hose simple traction engine No 14817 with lIthe needed tools belts and appur tenances there nto belonging to make a complete threshing machine also one 1207 4 ply case canvas Dripn belt one case tank pump complete with hose one case steel box arid register and on- esparatgrbrake Wlso about 50 acres of landrsituated in Adair county Ky andthe same land conveyed to J R Cunimins by EF Roe cby a deed recorded in the Clerks office of the Adair County Court in Deed Book 12 page 131 to which reference is made for a particular description Said land isbouilded3s follows vizOn the North by the land of E F Roe on the West by the lands of Wm Loy on the East by the lands of Henry Thompson and on BrakeIacres Jying upon the Northend of said tract subject to the right of Taylor Moss to the timber trees thereon above described but free from the homestead right of Elizabeth Blair therein Also the remaining portion of said 351 acre tiact less 26J acres heretofore sold to SarahA Strange subject to the home stead right of Elizabeth Blair and the right of Taylor and Moss therein above described The remaining portion ofl said 351 acre tract after cutting off the 150 acres at the North side and the 26 acres sold to Sarah A Strange 174i acres more or less The contains1 acres at the North side of said tract and the remaining portion of said 351 acres are both descrfded by metes and bounds courses and distances ini the report of RT McCaffree surveyor toIlardescription of said portions of said propertyIJ R Cummins and is now in his possession in Adair county Ky The said peJ1 sonal property will be sold upon a cred it of three months and the realestate sixImonths all of said sales will be made at public outcry and to the highest and best bidder and the purchasers will berequired to execute bonds with approv security for the purchase prices pay able to Plff N M Tutt and bearing interest from date until paid and having jthe force and effect of a Judgment upon which xecution may issue For greater certainty reference is here made to the Judgment in this case which may be found upon pages 174 175 176 177 178 and 179 of Order Book No 12 of the office of the clerk of the Adair t Circuit Court For the satisfaction of said 1062 00 debt the above described personal property or sufficiency there Iof will be first sold and the real estate in order above stated W A Coffey Marter CommissionEr of Adair Circuit Co rt From OKlahoma I Anadarko June 14 IQIO Adair County News V f tthought perhaps the eadrs i of youn paper might ben interest jed in another letter from Dlka Hhoma and as there is being so asItheh people here sayI will try to tell something about this great new Country It is not only a great and new country but it is a country kill of many intesestin things for the study of nature and history for here is a large th1tiAwe read so much in history arid 4 hear so many traditions that aril J being banded down froni one tJteneiati n to another some bf fwliic iv are true and socle false tat ivhen yu seen him iri his oWl country iand living as he rwaits to live fe is indeed a very Istrange character and has may tilings to tell J hoift tfie days of J theiy them when old tubes they 10net f- liri the Dark and Bloody ground and the other countries xof the East fishhig and huntingas they sawfit and taking the seal of I an occasion pale face as they call the white man When ou see one of the old timers you cannot help but to see the melancholly expression on his face caused bY the change of living brought about by civilization t and the new times ast they call it and itis inded a new life to them to be where they can yt fell the call of the wild and toJ5e restrainei from answeriffg l r g 2 Sjft e L by the strong hand of the gover ment the onward marcHof civi lization which in a few more years will force them to take on the new life of civilization or be theyIknowcoming partly civilized the hatred for the white man still ranks in his savage breast for when questioned today as to what he would do if he could outnumber the white man his answer comes backwe would kill all pale faces between suns There is no doubt but that he would make his words good if it was within his power seatofICaddo county is the Government 9 pay station for several thousand of these people and is located on jthe banks of the Washita River which flows the entire width of the state through one of the most fertilesections cf the en tire state of Oklahoma The Washita River and its tribular ies with their broad and fertile valleys have always been known lfar and wide among cattlemen in the pioneer days as one of the finest sections of country in the entire South west and to day produces from ho to 75 bushels of corn per acre and with modern farming will go tar ahead of that This valley now when viewed from a distance looks like one great corn field with its thousands of acres of corn almost large enough to hide a horse and cultivator Crops of all kinds are unusually good here this year for there has been I plenty of rain and with rain there is no end to the growth and quantity of all kinds of farm products all this foretells a great period of prosperity for the country While there is so much beauti ful level land in Oklahoma there are also some hills which offord a great variety of scenery climb the hill to the South of ling darko we look away tothe spires of the ichitas oil one hand and on the other thecement domes of the feechis JOn all side the hills are jut with magnificent sandstone canyons 1jand in the most unexpected places are lovely little wooden majestichrees tuckian pining on the bleak parities 6f Oklahoma tender KentuckyItflights of this beautiful country j is the wierd winding of the Wahit4 as it meandeiv through the thickly wooded art of vts f 4 road Pelley which carries an Easterner bac4c to the scenes of liit cbfi poodv fdr indeed a triP 6ir Sigh this country as replte with majiy happy surprises lKii wa ftt thi valley iktbe ipgi fieentMiowcdjicfeti dam which maks lake fully twenty miles long and deep enough to float stn ll ci aft of every description fnrnisliing every OPPQ1 unity for bOathglDathin aridfiishing A trip upV this lake is one grand surprise as one looks across its vast stretches of water to the distant nJswiththeir over hangingverduref we imagine thee d is at hand only tbpass un dei some giant of the forest stretching its arms across in vain endeavor to clasp hands with an old acquaintance on the other side as we turn the angle of the riverwth its broad vistas open again to i yvthis yaststretch of w tel at its upper end lies t1 2 in places almo hidden by treesf with a fri id1yhadoopen areas of Sunshine After ther first seven miles of such exhilara tion we came to the Cedar bluff whose sumMit brings to view the broad expense of the unex plored valley to the west and in the opposite direction the enex pected surprise of the city near at hand Anadarko in addition to being a pay station for a number of Indian tribes is one of the his toric towns of Oklahoma It was the seat of the old Kiowa agencyI established nearly a rl tury ago Twelve miles to the west is the site of old Fort Cobb where Curter and Sheridan were quartered and between is the old battle ground where the Kiowas made a last stand At the In dian agency are the various de partments of administration the deer park the traders stores with Indian wares and relics the old Federal joil the little metho dist parsonage where Rev J J Methvin began mission work among the Kiowas nearlythirty years ago Here are also the houses of the Indin Police the tents and tepees of the Indians At no other place in Oklahoma can the Indian be seen to better advantage or Indian wares be obtained in greater variety On the edge of the agency is the home of the Deleware scant Black Bearer and his remains sleep in the little grave yard not far away Across the river past the pretty walls of the Washita is the River side school maintained by the Goverment for the Wichitas and Caddos One mile south of town is St Patricks Mission of the Roman Catholic church and four nines is the Mary Gregory mem orial The Presbyterian Indian Mission a few miles further on is the native Wichita church where the Christian Indians follow in the white mans wayf white not far away one may sometimes catoh the heathen engaged in his ancient rights With sit this it can be seen that it i indeed anI interesting cmintry for it is here that the multitudes and the ojitudes meet hi friendly greeting with the cal of the wild within answering distance of civilization which is ROOM to take the plac 3 of the heathen an l his heathenism In a few jrort Try A Sack Of 1 EVERY SACK GUARANTEED GEO E WILSON EXCLUSIVE DEALER FOR COLUMBIA KY I also keep a full stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries and aska shire of your patronage years this great country will be thickly populated and made to bloom as one great garden for today there are large numbers of people coming into the new State of Oklahomo which is ex tending one long lasting invitar tion to all people Come With best wishes to the ne sand its many readers I remain f Yours truly Hobt E Lloy- dLQUISVILLEMARKETSI 1 Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer 600700 Beef steers 400675 Fat heifers and cows 4 00625 Cutters 300400 Canners 2003QO Bulls 250485 Feeders 400575 Stockers 30056t Choice milch cows 35005000 Common to fair cows 15003500 HOGS Choice 165 to 200 945 Mediums 130 to 165 50i Pigs 50 Roughs S 5 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best Iambs 750800 Culls 550600 Fatsheep 5O45Q GRAIN Wheat i3 Corn i1 100 Iocal MarkeE The following isthe LeaITarket iven by S H GrinsteadCoday Egjgtr v iji 15 Hens JLV 12 Chickens IS Cocka iv 4 Turkeys i f 6 to 8 Gees f 4 Ducks i Wool clear grojK to 21 Wool washci h J Hides green U 7 Hulfi dry tcl s Fttthrs tnIg 7 nxIJ = aA n n OOOTJT lrtr Fifth Annual A etBby J oProctor Knott fh Uii1Jijlt 0Associon 0 Ap Leor ratN1 Leh nbrL Ke tiky 0 June 28to July S 19ftt inclusive Beautiful Grounlis An IdealJIl rOC Spot for Camping iuGreat Platform Attractions It ZOaily Base Ball Games ICampbeUsviIle 3iO P the most spectaculaV Exhibition l t ever produced in Southern 0NV Kentucky t 0f IQt Make your arrangements how for camping arid season tickets Address 00 for information t i 0 W O DILLEY Secretary 0Lebanon Kentucky iO rTl4 ITI T 9 It i T 6 THE ADAIiv COUNTY NEWS rsDehlef Bros 116 B market St Bet 1st Brook yaGefiOur Quota O Lion on ELLWOOD IFENCE BefOre you buy xte- Will save you MONEY 444 E i 2167 Both HARDW Pres COCKE Pres Sec 1889 IN Iron and Tank vC JOBBING WORK RON f1R CLline Cutletry Gttns WAGON MRTEJUAIi Telephone Phones DIETZMAN W T fyne Mill Soppiy Co ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED 1IIliuW IGtiTS mACfilftlSTS DEALERS ENGINES BOILERS SAW MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIETeeNTHMftIN LOUISVILLC SMOKESTACKS Sheet Work SOLICITED bWA All Kinds of Ma hiYI d I J mvwi a a- y o liUGKH CO PA 1BLINDSA I 0 U X J f 4 S Sash Doors Blinds I Mould ings Caiumns i Porch Material j Stair Work j Interior Finish Etc Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House In the South shipments + e t E L HUGHES CO 3o211215 E Main Street J INCORPORATED a e + 1 v e I v v w1 mmilS 1 11 I 7Kf 1 atvttirmonvtnifCSt 7K is I 1 Fifth Avenue HotelVtL PIKE CAMPBELL MGRwtL Refurnishedn modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu 5 lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale D and Retail Districts Churches and f Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE t FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN ASH WALNUTSTREETS h 71 Loufeville Kentucky J Vi7ii I IA iVWVWW V I v L I 11 I 7N 7K 71 mn IiI1Ct7itm7Gnm 7i K n XT COSTS NOTHING1 I l yit TO List Your Property n t 11 WITH 7fE rL n- G Paul Smythe Lawyer I MAL ESTATE AGENT V Columbia Ky 1 yo wish to Buy or Sell call on Him E ia fitOffice in GarnetllBuiding over Post Office Town Propgrtyand Farm Lands for Sale j r The Adair County News and CourierJournal s 1 0ne Year for L50 r l r t Lattimore l C Editor New When I received my copy of your paper today the tidings therein contained threw me into- a reminiscent mood I was indeed sorry to learn of two deaths The one was that of Stephen R Conover a genial man and a goodneighbor whose acquaintance I have cherished from the dawn of my earliest recollection When I last met him thirty years since he was in the prime of sturdy manhood and a physical herculene as well as one of natures noblemen I see he had attained the age of seventyfive which h is a well prolonged life I also learn of the sad taking away of Will Ed Frazier an old friend and school mate He was a heathful youth when I last met him twentyeight years ago The report of his death states his age at fiftytwo e rsfI can remember when I regard ed a man of 50 a miracle of lon gevity I will be 53 on June 8th 1910 Now I feel affronted when peo ple refer to me as oldman White However my gray moustache and my dim vision proclaim me no longer young I see my ancient friend Dr William Voils has carted up a record of 102 winters and reads without glasses That is an experience enjoyed by few in these degenerate days According to his entry he was in his prime for Mexican war too old for the Civil or Spanish American strug gles and can remember when Jackson paralyzed the forces ofI Gibbs and Packenham on the gory fields of Chalmuth Under Marquise of Queensbury or London prize ring rules the Doctor can yet lick any man of middle weight I can remember when he used to entertain Lucian and Rollin Hurt Bascom Garnett Long Hungry Tom Taylor Little Jim Taylor and myself as he fought his battles over again and laid scene in Fentress county Tennessee The upper cut the under cut the chopping stroke were all at his command and the Cornishman who took belt from Corbett never invented the color plexus blow either Eighty years ago Dr Voils was piling up bullies with that masterstroke and dancing the lancers on smaller fry who tried tobutt in I see a delegate from Missouri enters your columns and signs J T Taylor Is that Little Jim my old neighbor If so Jim tam glad to locate you We had Big Jim son of Geo M Taylor Coolie Jim son of Dr Joe G Taylor and Little Jim a son of C B Taylor all these Jims were grandsons of Rev Geo W Taylor a famous preacher whose memory is yet venerated by old people of that portion of Ken tuckyWe also had two Tom Taylors Long Hungry Tom son o fl Geo M Taylor and Tinker Tom son of S P Taylor The fathers of all these boys were brothers of Dr U L Taylor and have till crossed overiwith the boatmampqle To a man far from native home and kindred these retrospects will intrude and he yearns t for thet uch of a hand that is vanish t d and for a voice that for ever is still c a d u J = i ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR i If so we can furnish anything you may s + need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof = 1 ing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns of every description Our stock of Siding j Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould ing issWe 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 S JNTDTJSKIY COMPANY + COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 6 O + When a boy in the public schools of Kentucky I once read The Old Oaken Bucket Rock Me To Sleep with no conception of their meaning Bands would play The Old Kentucky Home but its cadences awakenedno solemn memories Two years ago I made a speech on festive occasion at Cliffs ide N C When- I closed the band played Dixie and The Old Kentucky Home The band was best in North Car olina and I tell you the master piece of Stephen G Foster thrill ed me just as Ben Emmetts rol licking war song animated the old veterans- I will add for benefit of those who know me that I have been invited to about every fiddlers convention in this state for past five years Having a poor opin ion of my ability to evoke melo dy from wire strings and horse hair I never would go This spring they pulled off one at Cliffside and I went Over 1000 bought tickets at 25 and 35 cents each arid thirty fiddlers from four States toed the mark- I divided first prize with old man Hines who is a wildeyed and bewiching fiddler hailing from old Burke county Seven prizes in all were awarded also thirty consolation o r compli mentary prizes I planted cotton till noon and made no preparation except to trim my finger nailsI the judges decided asr on the speech of the late Col Spence Dabney more dignity and less ability than anything I ever heard before Melvin L White 4r A Bargain I have something for you here my love said Mr Darley as he proceeded to opeji a large round box r What is it precious ti Wait and see Darley carefully unwrapped the article and disclosed ladys hat Isnt it a beauty he asked I bought it myself as a surprise to you Dont you think it is a perfect dream Mrs Darley gazed at the hat and burst into tears- I cant wear it she cried Itdoesnt suit me at all You meant to please me I know but it isnt my style at all Dont cry dear The milli nersaid you could exchange it and if youll agree not to buy any ties for me hereafter Ill let you select your own hats and bonnets An agreement was concluded on that basisr ci f h I f l The New Creation What could we not accomplish if only we might start life over again Jesus worked a miracle that made this possible for a paralytic whose life was wreck ed and held in bondage by sin as- by disease Jesus created in him both physical and spiritual strength and sent him on his way a new man The afflicted man was given a chance to be gin life all over again no longer poor and weak but rich and strong And Jesus did exactly the same thing for that sin wreck ed publican Matthew when he called him out of a paralyzed life of getting into the empower ed life of giving Matthew began life over again and as a result one of the four priceless records of Jesus own life bears that publicans name We toomay start life over again That is exactly the offer that Jesus makes to every one who will follow him This is not only the day of fancy birds but of fancy prices Some of us can remember when fifty cents was a big price for a rooster And now ten dollars scarcely calls for remark It takes twentyfive dollars to fifty dollars to do that Leading prize winners in big shows readily sell for 100 The price actually paid Has been known to reach 2500 or the value of a good little farm all for one small bird We could mention many more cases of fancy prices Some of them to the uninitiated seem hard to believe The price of eggs for fancy hatches has also been soaring skyward There is no cause for discouragement in poultry lines The only thing to do is to clear your decks for ac LionExCombating Diseases The organized effort of all the people of every community is needed to control tuberculosis Each community organization can employ a man to test all the herds and clean up barns infect edwith this disease and then in sist upon every animal thereafter purchased having a certificate of health It should be only a matter of a short time when the State will become sufficiently or- g anized in its cattle breeding operations to entirely control this disease Much credit will be to local breeders association if they wjll exercise their opportu nity and power to this end Further than combating tubercu losis members of an association can learn through its educational f r A r c advantages how to combat other diseases how to ventilate and provide sunlight in their stables and how to maintain sanitary preventImany losses from diseases which are quite common because of a lack of intelligent management on the partof many dairymen Sugar for Tired Horses IFrom France comes the news that good results have been ob tained from the use of sugar to overcome the great fatigue in horses when overworked The horses employed in the service of the National Military College in transacting the business of the establishment are exposed dur ing the rainy season to great strains and consequent exhaus tion as a result of slippery roads and the increased amount of due to certaintransportation conditions then prevailing For this reason many horses in past years have succumbed to the excessive strain very many be came sick pathoginic microbes found in the prevailing condi tions favorable needs for their development and fatigue caused great loss of appetite loss of flesh pulmonary lesions cardiac disturbances etc The good results obtained by a military surgeon from the use of sugar in large doses in forced marches led him to employ it for the purpose of overcoming fa tigue Two hundred grains of sugar were fed daily mixedwith the horses food and distributed regularly throughout the day Not only did the fatigue disappear but many animals until then useless because o f their miserable condition recovered their normal strength and ren dered good service r Program The Taylor County Baptist Bible In stitute to be held at Good Hope Bap tist Church Mardis Taylor county Ky Thursday June 23rd 1910 Beginning promptly at 10 a m Dinner on the ground 10 a m called to order by Moderator Devotional exercisesRev M D PrescottOrigin and identification of church Rev J B Ferrell The Authority of the Scripture Rev A C Graves The ordinances of the Church L B Arvin Rev C M Johnson ShouldBaptist receive immersion at the hands of other denominations Rev William Kirtley Rev WT Un derwood Rev J S Gatton The final preservation of the saints Rev T E Ennis Rev W B Cave Rev J W Crawley General discussion of all above sub jects or any of them Rev Frank Ear ris m Rev M D Prescott Rev W S Dudgeon Rev WS Tandy Rev W D Bell Rev James FrenchRJ Hutcherson Willis Burdett W WIn gram W S Comkley and others Everybody cordially invited to attend This June 7th 19lfc Signed by ties CemmittwT tljF a f r r THEfADAIR COUNTYr NEWS 7 i p I Our Jun Clearance Sale Ii 5 Will be of Intense Interest n Carpets Rugs Curtains I be sold at a Great Sacrifice Do not Fail iWill visit our Big Store if you are in need o- frL FIoor = v rings or Pretty Hangingsq Ifor your Doors and Windows Hubbuch Bros WellendorffIs 522 524 W Market P Louisville Kentucky r- Leeeee eae e leeeeeei OL OI eee ea0ee e a S- eA Good Farm For Sale Cheap Two Hundred Acres of Land in a good neighborhood near two Churches School and Postoffice eight miles from Co- lumbiat and ten miles from Greensburg On this farm is nearly enough timber to pay for it mostly white oak which has never Y been culled The finest White Burley land in this section Apply to LH CabelIMiami Kentucky FRANK CORCORAN th h Grade Marble Granite Cemetery work See US before t of all kind you 11 Represented by C G JEFFRIES ini- and r adjoining counties Main Street Lebanon KYr Rowes X Roads Miss Mary Hadley died June 4 stat Esto after a lingering ill ness of six years She was con fined to her bed the most of the time She was buried at Esto r Eld George Blakey conducted the funeral services Mrs Mattie Ballinger died June 2nd very suddenly She was r buried at Jo Carnes near Freedom churchChildrens Day will come off at Oak Grove the 4th Sunday in this month Little Perry Kelsey fell from a horse and broke his arm Dr Flanagan was called and set the boneBishop T C Carter D D J will be at the Oak Grove church Heiwants on tc 1urday He Will deliver his fa oflithestone for our new church here Misses Nina Montgomery and Dona Groves were visiting at Thomas Hadleys one night last weekMiss Daisy Turner was visiting the family of Henry Taylor r last week Mis Addie Helm was quite sick the last few days but is up again r Loren Antle and Miss Olga i Blankenship were married a few days go Eld Charley Deener wl officiating f L When Company Gomes IIf theres one thing above all feelideliberate it is to nave company r drop fill unexpectedly to spend fJ t day and to know that her i i tablecloth i s yellow from the last washing and the nappins worn in holes and dingy looking If she had used Easy Task laun cry soap her table linen would have been spotlessly white and she w uld be proud of it Easy Task soap is the enemy of dirt and the friend of fabrics of all kinds Try it next time you wash and youll rename washday- to Easy Task day High Prices of Horses The country as a whole as been reluctant to accept the high level of prices for horses as founded on thoroughly sure foundation The backwardness of farmers in- some sections about planning to breed their mares the pressure of the State stallion laws on owners of stallions and the snow bound winter that checked the early distribution of stallions be serViceshave ter business was done and early spring sales were of gratifying proportions but the large demand for choice stallions has per sisted later than usual Some good stallions and mares that were reserved by first owners all winter for showing next fall have lately been sold for breed purposes because belated buy ling finally convinced that no surplus of horses seems approach ing in this country or any other haye offered such long prices that sales could not be refused The recent high prices reached by heavy work horses of good quality at all markets as a culmi nation of a steady persistent in quirt for this class all spring shows how fully good horses are appreciated The v country is r bare of highclass horses and these can not be bred from scrub stock The recent sale of six Percheron mares for 5000 indi cates how foundation stock of the right kind is valued by those who perceive the possibility of American breeders From the same stud recently horses have VirIgiand various States be tweenEx Kerns Mr Crawford Redmon who has been ill for some time died May the 28th 1910 Mr Red mon was 64 years old and one of the best citizens of our country He leaves a wife and two child ren to mourn his loss besides many friend and relatives who were at his bedside when the end came Mr Bill Kerns is no better There will be a Sunday school convention at the Allen schoolhouse in September The Sundap School at the Allen school house is doing fine about 48 scholars in attendance Miss Pearlie Judd who has been ill for a few days is better Mr John Neal and wife visit ed Mrs Redmon last Tuesday Wheat crops in this vicinity dont look very well Jewellton We have had a few days o f pretty weather and the farmers are making good use of it Wheat in this vicinity will not yield more than half a crop Mr H C Rogers our progressive merchant is still doing a lively business notwithstand ing the hard times and busy sea son IMr Robert Murray will soon the finishing touch put on his house Then it will be some thing to be proud of Old aunt Lizzie Rogers is in a- very low state of health The little daughter of Martin Wooldridge who has been quite sick is improving Mrs William Ballenger died almost suddenly on the 2nd of June J M Lester a widely known and well respected citizen of Swan Pond Bottom died on the third of this month Mr Marcus Hale of Russell Springs was here Sunday The measles having somewhat subsided Miss Martha Murray has returned to Rowena to con tinue her instruction in music Our Sunday school at Bethel is progressing nicely Ben Lawless is falling back to his old habit squirrel hunting He killed two yesterday I have employed Mr A A Miller to collect the town tax Therefore tax payers will settle with him 313t Oliver Willis T M Holmes v I Mrs Sallie Mat Cave who has been in poor health the past win ter and Spring is able to be out againi Mrs Millie Watson daughter Miss Myrtie have both been on- t the sick list but are better at this writing MrsPinaLeeWilliamsMrs Mattie Watson and Missy Nannie Russell of Plum Point visited their sisterMrs J S Beard one r day lasfrweek t ite Mrs Analo White who was a daughter of Mrs Carintha Fer guson who lives up on the river near Edith died on the 5th of this month and was buried at the Rice burying ground near this place She had been very low not expected to liye for some time The cause of her death being consumption Mrs Amanda and Nannie Fish er and Miss Flora Robinson of Hovious were guests of Mrs S H Jones and daughter Monday Miss Stella Riall of Bliss has been spending a week with rela tives and friends near this place Mrs Ann Humphrey who has been sick for some time is no better at this writing Miss Judell Robertson and Mr Dempsey Rice were at S H Jones Sunday C P Banks of Kelleyville spent one night last week with his sister Mrs Nerve Jones of this place Rugby r We are having plenty of rain muchIbacco setting off of their minds Mr J Dudley has just closed a remarkable singing school at this place We recommend Mr Dudley a h e understands his workMr and Mrs Frank Firquin of Weed were visiting their daughter at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr Venus Royse and wife visited Mr Bob Royse one night last week Mr Finis Strange has got moved to his new dwelling Mr and Mrs Bobbie Strange of Fairplay were visiting at this place Sunday Mr Bob Royse was in Edmon ton a few days ago horse trading Miss Minnie Coomer was visit ing her sister one day last week Mrs Harriet Janes Seems like the rogues are find ing most all the tobacco beds and are taking the plants when they find them I think we could afford to grade them with the lowest class who ever they may beMrs Frances Rupe is confined to herroom this week Mr Jpe Tom Brake and wife were in Columbia Monday on business Finjs Strange G W Curry and W R Royse attended court one day last week There was a little sorrowful disturbance occurred at this place on last Sunday night at the home of Mr Dock Rupes AS Mr Rupe by evedropping discovered that his wife was living untrue t o him He took her to Columbia Monday and bade her good bye forever She has gone to Indiana to her brother We sympathize with Mr Rupe and his two little children and wish them much JOY in life and a home in Heaven We say to them forget your sorrows Believes Tobacco Will Advance S- years o firm is the belief that this crop will be a short one that a number of growers in the pool who have money to spare have bought thecropsofi the more hardpressed members of the pool in the reasonable belief that the price of tobacco will be higernext winter than it was last winter and that lthel I4 I t r 1 ri t o ceoe tQQL1000QQQQQQQ a Qi I WEEKLY i I COURIER e JOURNAL I IHENRY WATTERSON Newspaper a EditorIpolitics It prints all the news I fear or favor The regular price withoutIa year but you can get the I COURIERJOURNALI ONE YEAR o IBOTH I e a 1pttperllot IIIK X i A ti I Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IISNOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker Birdsell flilburnS= =WagonsA carload o- fOliver Chilled Plows A carload of Disc Harrows r A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters and One= Horse Corn Drills Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade r r LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE- r Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any stationron the LN R R r i s Woodson Lewis r TheMerchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to r t atpooledmost remunerative price Of course there is always more or less talk every year about the probability of a short crop but when the growers themselves be gin buying up last years crop it shows there is some good reason for believing that this ear it fcrop will be a short one tAll kinds low cutshoiw atwKiYtot sell them 322t W L WmSfca y t lf 7 I i i f l Ixr THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i Craiyvilfc 10th ol8 IP t4- t I vestaWheat is aboutready Xot har t j Clem Keltner was at Colum bia Monday lMr Lewis Moore of Weed spent a few days with his daugh J rJ A Keen last week Mr J A Wilmore spent a day or so in Louisville the first of th s weekDr J H Grady of Columbia spent a day or so of last week with his brother at this place Mrs J W Walker and her sister Miss Holliday of Colum bia spent one day in our city last week Mr Strong Hill spent several days of last week in the comrnu nity of Basil Miss Clara Wilmore returned from Franklin Va last week where she has spent several months teaching Mr and Mrs C 0 Moss and MrG T Flowers and daughI ter Miss Mollie spent day visiting relatives near Fair play DrTTL Taylor of Columbia was called to see Miss Mary Stapp of near this place last Monday Miss Stapp has been in a critical condition for several weeks We are glad to note that our neighbor and friend MrJ M Yf Wilson was able to be with u- stfor a short time last Monday While he is quite feeble he is looking better than we expected tsee him Mr J C Yates the well known overall man of Bradfords ville spent last Sunday in our city with his relatives Mr Yates is looking well and says he has fine trade Mrs Ella Y Robinson who has been confined to her room for several weeks does not improve t T fast It is hoped by her many friends that she will be r well again in a short time The few days of warm weath er last week got a move on our farmers and they did certainly put in the time plowing corn andr hoeing tobacco The recent hard rains made the ground very hardx and it was very necessary for them to work their ground and vemustJsay here that the young corn is looking fine in this com r munIty r Last Saturday night while Mr- D C Wheeler and family were away from home on a visit some one broke into his meat house and took out something like 20 worth of bacon They also went into his corn crib and took sever al bushels of corn Not satisfied with this the thiefs entered his chicken house and took several chickens We understand that Mr Wheeler hasa very good idea who the guilty parties are We trust that they will be locat- ed and dealt with to the full extent of the law Mr Cleo Shirrell one of our sv4 young men who has made a sucx cess at his profession and is lo f cated a t Lebanon was in our midst a few days of last week Js looking fine Cleo says he is gvell pleased with his location and f has a fine business and can give z 0 a good shave at any time ontJIt short notice I a Mis Rachel Crawford of Co j lumbia is confined to her bed at bf the residence of Mr and Mrs J Walker with meal leSiat the rti Sheisgetting aloe nice j1irt r k t r tr J lly and it is only a question of a few days until she will be up ji T again iaVift8 On last Saturday afternoon sadness and gloom was cast over our town when the news was heard that Rollin Vance was caught on the shaft under the mill at this place He was hurt so badly that he only lived a few couldebe done for his relief was done It was unthoughted in the little boys while there were two or three of them together they slip ped a plank off of the back side of the mill and went under the mill house No one knew that there was anyone near until the alarm was given The steam was shut off as quickly as possible The intention of the little boys was to get on this shaft and ride From some cause Rollins coat got fastened and wound him up in a second Our mill men are very careful about little boys when they are about the mill for fear they might get caught in a belt or some where else Rollin was a little boy that every body loved a very bright boy Mr Vance and family have our sympathy Gadberry Wheat is ripening fast at this place Most all the farmers are through setting tobacco The first and second nine ball team crossed bats last Saturday afternoon The score stood 17 to 12 in favor of the first nine Misses Maud and Liddie Stone and Susie Morrison were the pleasant guest of Miss Mattie Frankum last Sunday daughtaer Dora Lee were visiting at Mr Joe Rosenbaums last Sun day SmithsIChapel fourth Sunday noon Everybody invited Messrs C C Jones of Columbia and J R Murrell of this place were visiting at Mr as1 Frankums lastSunday Mr and Mrs R T Gadberry and children visited at Joe Ros enbaums a few days ago The social at Mr GG Morri sons was cuite a success Mr John Darnell wife and son were visiting at R T Gad berrys a few days agoI Mr Allen Morrison wife and children visited the formers parents Mr and Mrs M A Morn son last Sunday Messrs Hollis and Prather Morrison and Willie Bennett were the pleasant guest of Mar tin Frankum last Sunday Mr Schyler Murrell wife and children visited at Arthur Mor risons a few days ago Mrs Myrt Gadberry who has been sick for some time is improving n rSanO y Wheat and oats are looking nice in this neighborhood Mr G M CraVens who has been in the West for a while was called home last week to see his brother Elbert who was very badsick and died last Wednes day morning He was l the youngest child of Mr Riley Cravens and of course was theidbl of their home e extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones The meetjhig at the new church ijras very largely attended 1r allvseemed to enjoythe day 7 i r naj t t Russell Springs J he health of the community is good i Hon Caleb Powers spoke to a large crowd at this place Friday June 17 Mr Frank Balenger traveling salesman for Robinson No tin Co called on our merchants last week Mr J W Kimble purchased a horse from a man at Horse Cave Price unkown Mr Good traveling for Bel stlweekOrville Holt and IrvinIsbell went to Columbia to plaball- for Liberty Mrs Ida Rounds and Miss Rena Stephens visited Mr and Mrs Dan Clark at Columbia last week Torla f Spme pretty days now Most of the people have begun to use their garden vegetable such as potatoes peas beets and early turnips The young corn is looking fine now and growing nicely The people are done setting tobacco while we heard a little complaint of the scarcity of plants but most all of them have managed to get out a very good crop The wheat crops are not as good here this year as they were last year Hy half We had some pretty days last week and the farmers sure made good use of them they hardly took time to eat Some of the farmers had become somewhat diseonraged it kept raining so and their crops were getting in the weeds But the sad look has rolled away now and their faces dont look so long as they did We should not become discourage about such things for God knows best he said all things work togather for good to them that love him We ought to compare our selves with the fields and see if our lives are not just as needy and filthy as the fields are to daYandif we are letting the care oi the world and the deceitfulness Hof riches choke the word which has been sowed in our hearts and we are becoming unfruitful we should at once go to Jesus and have him to take away all the evil things of the world that is growing up- in us and choaking out the good seed that has been sowed in our hearts and let us be clean from all unrighteousnes then theIfields will look more b us than ever before in this year Then we can see more clearly to till the seed which we have sowed in the erthJ1 ld when the harvest comes we may gather abundance of the rich fruits of the field So let us be ripe and ready for harvest when Christ shall come with annum berable host of arche Angel to thrust in the sharp sickle to reap the world May we be upon the true vine and be ready to be gathered into that place God has prepared focus ffo eat of the tree af life forever ior he has said to him that oyercometh will I give to eat of the tree ftf life which is in the niidslol4ih para dice of God v e V jjcut p ton alltS4immer god- fu r boUH lyOf bF ateVti L Wa- 1krs tI tfliJttrf I 1 t I 4tl 4 BANNAS GREEN SEAL THE MADE TO WEAR PAINT NOTHING IN IT but what should be there NOTHING LACKINGthat will improve itv Possesses Every Essential Quality groundinNot a Little Leadand aLt of Zinc but a LOT OF LEAD and a LITTLE ZINC Costs more to make but the people want it FOR SAtE SY TIlE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE COLUMBIA KENTUCKY IMilltown Mrs Lizzie Thom as who has been visiting in Barlow Ky has returned home Miss Florence Sherrill of Gra charIleyICorn planting and tobacco setting are things ofvthepast in this vicinity Several from here attended the singing at Hutchison Schoo house last Sunday Mr Titus Mercer wife and lItI tie boy of Bliss visitedrelatives here last Saturdayand Sunday Miss Susie Johnson who has been attending the Normal School in Bowling Green has returned home 7 Wheat is ripening and a great deal will be cut in this communi ty next week Mr Rollin Caldwell who has been making his home in Elida New Mexico for the past three years has returned to this cjoun ty to reside Our town was full of travel ing men last week Miss Minnie Rogers who has been confined to her room for the past two weeks with measles has about recovered The down pour of rain did a great deal of damage to the low land farmers Garhn a Proto Tobias Hiifaker has returned horns from Albita Springs La where he has been teaching for the past several months Mr Wm Rigney had the mis fortune of loosing a cow by falling in an old well on Mr Huff akers place Mr John Rigney has returned from Tere Haute Ind where he has been for some time Mrs C S Neat Columbia was visiting her parents Mrand Mrs John Rule and also her fatherinlaw Mr W F Neat last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Wm Rigney and two little boys Paul and Frank have re turnedfrom a visit to Mrs Rig ney s parents in Cane Valley Mr SoG Redmon bought a cows and calf from Mr WS IS lleefor35 Miss Cora Reynolds spent the day with Miss W iliard Hiffaker one day last week Dr E T Sa lee is getting along nicely since he returned from Louisville where he had been under treatmejifr 1 T MriGW Grasianianlchild J ren are visiting dn Crocus at this writingw Mil za let WU lard Hu r are on the pick listt 4 Ir J Pellyton Prospects for a good crop looks bad now oh account of so much raIn r Mr W H Rubarts of this place who was stabbed by John reportedProf Moss and wife are visiting at Mr J M Campbells this week Mr D 0 Pelley spent last busiI ITo 0 Morton returned from hasiMr W P Gills who lived near this place died last Sunday He was a victim of pneumonia arid had been sick only a few days Mr Gills was about 57 years old and a most excellent citizen and had many friends He leavesa wife two sons and a daugter to mourn his loss Willie and Theodore Jones returned from Illinois last weekr co Melt A very large crowd attended the funeral of Mrs Wm Ruttege at this place last Sunday which was preached by Rev E Scott A very large crop of tobacco has already been set irr this sec tion r Mrs Jas Morrison has been visiting relatives near Milltown for the past month 11rW H Hill a tobacco specialist of l ouisville is with Plt Dowell now seeing after prizing and shipping of his large purchaseSSeveral from hereattended the Quarterly meeting at Summer Shade last Sunday and reported havinga fine sermon as usual delivered by Rev T L Hulse PE r ofCampbellsville here last week and was explaining his trip to our Nations Capi tol as a delagateQfrom3Kentuckr- Worlds Sunday School Conven tion recently held at Washing ton D J He tells us he had a great time taking in the scenery While there also met the President in the White House and our honored ExGreen county citizen Mr J ShreVe Durham who has ascended the ladder from a diligent Sunday school worker and organizer of Green county toll l ational secretary with offices at Chicago 111 t E fntV lt AfcLrT uE he other 011lltWIItuJh 1i3 llU i whQ h r phdrig t I tm i A xi been visiting her sister Mrs W L McFarland has returned to her home While here her sister gave her a social a large crowd was there and every body seemed to enjoy themselves fine There was a large crowdspent Sunday evening at the Green river bridge There will be a singing at Cy tclone school house the fourth Sunday in this month Every body come and help sing Miss Mollie Mat Squires hasT returned home from Ind We Were glad to have her come back McGaha l t Jordon Burton is not improv in g ij Rumor says eve are soon to have a wedding in this community Jr f Singing at Grassy Springs next Sunday evening by 4 M Grimsley and class Ida Kimble and Evry Bryant are visiting Dennie Grimsley Drummers are plentiful at Mc l Gaha Anderson Murrell has return ed from Berear college Willie Morris thehuckster was here last week J Rev Joe Pierce was through here last week hunting a cow Prospects for an Irish pototo crop is good I Wheat crop will He short The enrollment P the Pleasant Vier school wak45 for May We are taught from the word of God that in olden times people and nations were punished for their wickedness by death famines Pdeluges waste and pesti lenses Is it not possible that this notion hasgone into a form of worship akin to idolatry realy Godb that these wet seasons are punish ment v Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCJUlT COURT yTi KENT1GKY ceo H Nell Plaintiff x vs aS Bell Defendant By virtue of a Judgment and Orderfof Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the January Term thereof 1910 in the above cause for the sum of Fiv hun dred dollars with the interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annun from the fiat day of Feb 1905 untjl paid Sub ject to a credit of 300 April 29 1905 proceedtodoor in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at1 Public Auction on Monday I the4th day of July 1910 at one oclock CountyCourtfollowing described property towit A certain tract of land containing 11 acres on which a dwelling house is situated lying and being in G+dyyille Adair county Ky Reference is made to the Judgment and order of sale forr a complete description of Said lot For the purchasejprice the purchaser with approved surety or iwcuritiea Imt1st execute Bond bearing Iffal inter Mt from day of sale until pail and having the force andfectofa udC aiiot Biddfrt will be pr pr4d to oo fplV promptlyRilh tbto twnrw tW i OM JlIereoaMt1 J t tj v i 4 J iV y