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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ls a7 y if ii it j t t B i I rJDc to t fiu bt tib tt J 0 ntnIt tbJj it l i l G f VOLUMfXHIt COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 1910 NUMBER 34 AN 1MRESS1VEWEDDING Miss Hattie Lewis of this Place LtW yule RELATIVES AND SPECIAL FRIENDS PRESENT t Wednesday morning June 22fatnine thirty relatives and intimate friends gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Sam Lewis to witness the beautiful and impressive ceremony that made Miss Hattie Lewis the bride of Mr Leo Baldauf of Louisville The parlor was artistically decorated with potted plants around which were banked rosesand swejbt peas the effect being toade mbreb autiful by the soft rays of colored candles with which the room was lightedcAt the a nted hour to the trains of Mendelssohns beautiful wedding march rendered by Mrs C M Russell the bride end groom entered from the hall thexroom where tHey were met by Rabbi filler of Louisville who performed eremony in such an impressive- r as to fill every one present with admiration for the beauty and ess of the Jewish rites and cus he bride an unusuallypretty andat ctive brunette never looked prettier iri she did as when gowned in her idal attire a creation of lace and rsian lawn Her gown was made ith a train and to the full length of is hung her veil of white tulle which was fastened to her hair by clusters of lilies of the valley She carried an immense shower of brides roses and lilies of the galley The groom was dressed in conventional black The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam Lewis She was 1ascowKybut has spent fr part of her lifeberehavingI pre with her years ago She has fan s and will be greatly missed do the young people regret le but heartily commend ople of Louisville where ie ly of the popularity of this bothat home and abroad many handsome and use m is a prominent young Ian of Louisville being one of if Baldauf Coffee Co Jiately after the ceremony a ful wedding breakfast was to a few relatives after which the7iappy couple left for Niagra Falls And other points of interest lJUIey will be in the East several s weeks and upon their return to Ken tucky will remain in Owensbor o a short while before going to their hom in LouisvilleThe can truthfully say that more prudent young lady never gre up nn Columbia and to her and the gentleman she has chosen as a companion for life it extends its hearty congratulations j tSaturday Nights Storm Last Saturday night about 11 oclock a severe wind storm accompanied by t lightning struck this place and fort one hour a great many people were con siderably alarmed The lightning struck Mr Geo W Loves residence but providentially Mi and Mrs Lowe w r absent the Jatter being a t the home of her parents and the former at his shop on the If they had been at home the probalities s are tbat both wouldV have been killed The lightni 1g entered the house pnithe telephone wire and played in ieyery room Of the building The carpets ixdruggthedwelling were damaged and there i are dark streaks in all the rooms showing the course of the lightning Mr mars Lowe were greatly surprised when they reached heir home afte the storm but thiat once r thecause of thednce and cam over to the Hancock Hotel nof fYi1g Mrs Lowes parents aai where they l m8medduring nightaSome other damage in the way of up rooting trees burning out telephones etc was done in town t rr ylIJItChanr over ColuniSfil irliichiMiw has a popu lafion of ofcyi thousand inside the I corporate Irapifa iind we could naniej but three Vwhb rhM9 of families in tl4iJftoe f ntyyeAre asorrr iiir John Euk Mr Jo Coffey and 3u reH C Baker Picnic L The Methodist church and Sunday School of Columbia will have a Picnic dGroundsone there Come and bring or send your basket and spend the day Transportation will be furnished from the churchyard for your baskets children and all who wish to ride and have no private conveyence The first load will be expected at the church by 8 oclock and the last by 10 oclock alIIfWhOronsand attendants are cordially invit edeCome early dress comfortably bring a good lunch and prepare to spend the dry Lets make this a great social event and all get better acquainted The committe has arranged for some amusing entertainments so shat the day will not be a drag for anyone Tabor is hereby invited to join in with us Committees TaxBooks are Ready 1 am now to receive State county and GradedtSchool tax I will be at my office every day Come in 332t AD Patteson Sheriffs Judge H C Bakermade a very interesting talkat the Presbyterian Jofvened at Atlantic City N J a few weeks a 01to which he was seated as a delegate from the Transylvania Presbytery He also took up Church government showing that Presbyterians were democratic in church affairs It was also his intentionto speak of the teachings of the Presbyterian Church but the noon hour arrived and he was forced to cut hiss speech short While en route to Atlantic City Judge Baker stopped a few hours in4 Philadelphia visited Old Liberty Jill in which Thom Jefferson wrote the Declaration Independence saw JSereat bell an thisYStrY edTThree twoyearsojd stears from my premises two reds and a light roan Will weigh five or six hundred pounds The finder will be rewarded 33 2t XJ R Bennett Columbia Ky Eld Lawrence Williams and wife who have been visiting relatives an friends in Columbia and Montpelier for the past two or three weeks returned to their home at Ensley Ala last Fri day It was a pleasure to have Law rence withus again It had been two years since he was here before The friends here had never seen his wife He married her in Arizona and it was wtepleased with his choice of a compania- and partner for life She was born an Arizonwa seven years are ed at Ensley Ala which recently has been incorporated into Burmingham Mr Will Cloyd and wife Mr Leslie Gowdy and wife Mrs S E Kerr an daughter Miss Maggie all of Camp bellsville were poisened from drinking milk one day last week The party had gatheredat the home of Mr Cloyd and milk was the only article that all par took hence the conclusion that the milk caused the sickness Mr Cloyd became seriously ill and for a time it was thought he would die The milk evidently had been in a tin vessel I have a fine Jersey bull Fee 5L50 at the gate 1 also have a number Of Jersey heifers for sale J B Barbee T 324t PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY I GreensburgF L G T Williams Pleasant Hill 1 Jr R Crawford Union 7 Ghapelcr J dr F Turner Wfe Fork J v W J Levi Greas Ceeiti J B M CurrieCo a v T E Ennis BeechGrovei W S Dudgeon plurapbint A letter has notified Mr Ed Rey n olds of tills place that his brother Jo Reynolds who livedinPensacola Fla died a few d ysagoIewas a native of Adair county was about 70 years old and was a victim of lung trdble He left this coun many yean ago ifs Mar blgp lin tfst1iaclhar t1t The Fourth District Convention r The Fourth District Missionary Con ventionvconvened at Dunnville jon Fri ay night June the 17th and continued ver Sunday There was a good attendance and good interest from the beginning Most all of the speakers that were placedon the program were present and con tributed their part well to the success of the meeting W T Donalson of- Lexington made a fine address on Sat urday on the subject of Christian Education The two Montgomerys made splendid addresses on The Progress of Christian Union A H Baugh made a strong address on What do We More Than Others R M Hopkins our wide awake Bible School Evanglist conduct d the Bible School session and he and those who made talks on different phases of the Bibla School work made fine addresses By the way this is the last District Convention that we will have brother Hopkins with us He has accepted the position of National Secretary of the Home Mission Board and will leave the state the first of October and take up his abode in Cincinnati as his headquarters for awhile We regret very much indeed to have to give him up in our state work but we are glad to see him promoted He deserves it all and more too for he has troght Kentucky to the front in Bible Schoolwork and will leave the state in fine for his successor who perhaps will be brother Frazee Hehasalready proven himself equal to the taskin the work he is doing in assisting brother were 297 present at the Bible School Sunday morning and it was the biggest Bible school that Dunnville ever had Bro Hudspath preached the Sun day morning sermon to a large audi ence and it was very much enjoyed by eyerbody W T Donalson preached a fine sermon in the afternoon The convention then adjourned to meet again at Russell Springs Friday before the third Sunday in June 1911 This appointment is made on condition that if it suits the people of that place for us to have it there This was our first convention in the new Fourth District haddhurt es he l i ri aid re tsIf ert1ffi a o f W w wesime ofi1 yin h onoit9here ere 225 additions in tie ch u es reporting during the year for mission all told 66800 For Jocal1 preaching 220000 Sixteen of these churches have Monthlypreaching and 15 of them have Bible Schools R M Gabbert who recently graduated at LindseyWilson was employed as the evangelist for the Fourth Dis Twdo vention in fifteen minutes for the support of the work Bro Gabbert will begin his ivory the first of July May the Lord prosper the work in his hands is my prayer The following were elected for ensuing year Z Williams Pres A H Baugh Vice Pres Henry Thomas Sect A Com mittee was appointed in connection constitutedtrict It will be the duty of this boar to direct the evangelistic work in the district Collect the funds and pay the evangelist Z T W fodr or Jno B Coffey Drowned Archie a sixteen year old son of Mr A C Wneeler who lives at Knifley this county was drowned lastSunday in Casey Creek He was in and not being a good swimmer got intoI deep water with the result as Wheellerafter the accident was made knpwn Mr Ernest Flowers has left at this office samples of his oat crop The varieties are the Bert and Northern n White The Bert crop wPtti sown in March andis now ready to cut He thinks he will harvest forty buafeels t the acre The White oats will not be ready for the cradle for two ox three weeks 1I Jf2 T Williams has chanted his ap pointmerit at Pleasant Hill from be firstSunda y in each nio thto tile third land at Roley frooi the third to she firat znnitl duly kll who sittwided ere well please with the open air services condticteii b Revd B Crawford in the yatd o Mrs Elisabeth Pile afternoon at erjlSunday aftftrnooaweekginning aerHcet i UDe conducted in the larvr of lI4cH e Balctr JBVery body invited f hTbiaCa mbiaFir of ri atrac It rPl lirt Reniea jtAugust 2S four dayii 4 tyf i yd Surprise Dinner On Thursdayjijune 23rd Mrs Harriet Vaughn who makes her home with her son 0 C Vaughn was very much surprised when the following friends and carryingheavilyterious packages and boquets Mr and Mrs Ben Conover Mrand Mrs AdBradshaw Mr and Mrs Wil liam Brooks Mr and Mrs June Wil lis Mesdames Tennis Dohoney Jennie Johnson Pattie Allen Margaret Smith Ann Qonover Rose Price Sallie Cheat ham Sarah Garner Minnie Judd Sophia Hurt Misses Nonie Conover Hat tie arid Lonie Bradshaw Mary and Katie Beftnett bray May and Mabel Willis Ka aiind Ida Brooks Bess Ira MatIBonnie Judd Florence Lawless Lettie Garner Virge Conover Rev B M andiUs Mike and Rollin Brooks Morrison Johnston Lee and Herbert Hurt Wal lace Coffey was several minutes before she IIIt realize that they had come to merry with her on her 74 birthday After dinner was served on the lawn the afternoon was spent in music games and conversation As the sun begaivto drop behind the tree tops Bro Curriecalled the visitors together to engage in a short devotional service after which goodbyes were said Each left feeling that one more golden thread had been woven in the fabric of lifCr-t Mr J C Sims the wellknow fbmb stone man has removed his machinery from Campbellsville to Lebanon where his main office is located He will also have a branch shop at Campbellsville Mr Sims has delivered a great deal o work to people of Adair county giving perfect satisfaction He continues to solicit the work from this sect on of the State 344ti tMissMiss Adeline Poindexter Bers talented young lady of Louisvil 1 y r the auspices of the Ladies Jm ty of the Christian Churc fiwgs at the C u tfquse las r au jnhce suit ate Wing p eiri51A lImber were given huirforous an path tif the principal sole ion bein Miss pelina Lou It required about fortyfive minutes to render this se- lectio but it was very acately pre rented At times the showed its appreciation by laughter but the pathetic thoughts it contained brought the tenderest emotions The entertainment was a success arid to Miss Ber sot the thanksof the societyWand the many who were present are duv Notice i i PeasTe come pay us we Y 342t H B Ingram Sons Coe Negroes again on Rampage Indtrouble in Cumberland county The Coe negroes who have gained such a nefarious reputation in a feu which has existed for more than 2 years and in which more than a scor have been murdered are on the wa path again and bloodshed is almos- sure to follow These negroes have been a terror to the citizens and officers of Cumberland county for 23 years Recently officers learned that Cal Coe and other negroes were living with white women unlawfully and deter mining to break it Up they went to Coe Ridge and arrested Cal Coe another d negroes and two white women and placed them in jail This step on the part of the officers raised the ire of the negros and after being released form jail Coe swore vengance against every one who in any way had any thing to do with his arrest The Burksville Banner edited by S A Curry printed a short article of the arrest using no names and for this he has been warned that he will be shot owon sight Got Five Years Walter Pierce charged with killing Taylor Sullivan at Denmark last ar wai triedjat Jamestown thecaae co jnfcto ah end loft Tliur daK ft the jury XmghHlc punjfhment at five years In th4 penitentiary Messrs R defendYby the Cwnmonwelthi hey 11i Am Huddleston Mr 2 KpAar0n of Mbriticelld and the local bar jThe father 53E the convicted roan will likely be tried tnw week ai accessory be the croneRh LJ eilg Ir Ifalker W Ki sdaa lotto WJ t f Birthday Dinner Last Tuesday was the fortieth birth placeWhileIn the country Mrs Russell was at home preparing an excellent six oclock dinner to which she invited all the phy Russellireturnedphysicians comfortable seated in the shade about the front door and was at a loss to understand its meaning An explanation followed and in a very short wenIfilledrepast We are over stocked in clothing and pricesfor342 KyYYour Attention Please Every Sunday School in Adair County come or send delegates to the Coun ty Convention at the Fair Grounds in Columbia on Saturday July 23rd 1910 Good speakers have been invited and are expected to be present Good SpeakingGood Music Dinner on the ground Come with your baskets wellfilled and expect a genuine good time Dont fail to send a report of your school to J W Turner the Secretary on or before the day of Convention if you should fail to come yourself F R Winfrey Pres Ollie Taylor Vice Pres JW Turner Secretary June 25 1910 Privileges For Sale privilegesfbid der on Saturday July 2d at 130 oclock- p m Right reserved to reject bids Robert Ingram Secy The first day of circuit court brought a large crowd to Jamestown and business was fairly good throughout the day In the forenoon Judge Tarter and Judge Betht rum oi Somerset ad dressed a crowded courtroom in of the candidacy of Hon D C Ed wards and in the afternoon Mr Cale Powers spoke in his oton interest He too was greeted withfan immense au HrfitriCii il h Juge tter and J dge adrAginformIecounty Republi cans a large majority of them are i favor of Mr Powers However there are men who are termed leaders in the party who are strong for Edwards It is a long time until the primary and just what changes will be made if any remains to be seen No More Worry About Pumps Call on s F Eubank and get the latest up to date one that will riot need to be repaired 344fc Mr A G Willis exhibited at this of ice last Saturday a dryland terparin that is evidently very old On its back were several names cut and the date anotherQ bre ota n on g grandfathers farm Mrs Elizabeth Wolford widow o the late Col Frank Wolford met with a stroke of paralysis last Sunday fore noon She had just arrived from the country and was at the home of her son Clay when the affliction came She could not speak during the day but Monday morning her condition ha somewhat improved A representative of this paper was in Russell county last week and the first and second day of court he met a num herof fariners He made inquiry about wasIIpus farmer stated that he had just harvested a large crop and that it w firstclass He also reported that throughout the county looking thrift municipmal surprisend Dr Oassiday who was in town the medicineof coedwoedn Citrtolln ell the Hctnae fee We do riot know what tighttOIjGo to word and get your howei cat tle atuli sn gaudeoiuitioan6 r 9fthe iiiaAtlguay 23 i A Runaway Last Sunday afternoon as arr Jake Bault and wife were returning to their theyhavingthe county an accident befell them near the home ot Mr W G McKinley the J A Naylor farm Mr and Mrs Bault were in a buggy and in descendting a hill the backing strap broke which scared the horse and he started hi breakneck speed running several him dred yards The buggy was upSt and torn to pieces and one of Mrs faults r arms was badly hurt but not broken When this accident first occurred it was reported that the horse got scared at Dry R A Jones automobiles It developed that it did not see the machine y Buttericks Patterns at Russell d Co Caleb Powers Will speak at the following times and places in the interest of his candidacy for Congress zt Glensfork Wednesday July 6th 10 a m- GradyviIle Thursday JUY7th 10 a m f McGaha Friday Jury 8th 10 I a m V Cane Valley Saturday July 9th 10 a m Knifley Saturday July 9th 730 p m Sparksville Tuesday night Ju ly5at8oclock f Adair County Kentucky July ti 1910 Mr Powers cannot speak in the open air Some friend please provide a building to speak in Chairman At The Parsonage oclockrllt seatbe Uggy were by V BM Currie The groom is a son of Mr Join Bell and the bride is a daucb r f Mr ther p r iioG few opleknewt1at the ritracting parties were contemplating igarriage j ShownA few weeks ago a picture show visited Edmonton In leaving a man who it is saidis in some way connected with the fcHow pgrsuadecKa sixteen year old diufnter of iSenry Wilson who lives near Edmonton to go with him They left together and lajt atSarJx Mr Wilson came to Columbia slid con suIted an attorney who told him that rt he would have the jrigbt to take hisj lJI1dttM j r Mitchell wento iMillCbwh where thepif show had dxliibited Saturday night for r the PurP e of securing the girt Theyi were disappointed the man and girl had took tH t deBarture W B Taylor of Lagrange Ky will begin a revival meeting at PleasanttHill near Mont lierbi 11 night uJtmanhood near Pleasant Hill irdiasr qtii a number of relatives andfrinds hwhoWill h glad to give him a hart welcome in the old neighborhood tt has been some six years since he kBenjamin Taylorisenjoyable season to have him back againH t Mr W T Ottley the proprietor of rlh kbWorks Co met r with avery serious accident last Mon thesed one piece of the glass striking his left arm cutting a very severe gash f severing the leaders of the two last 11 Hindmann t severalYJudge HC Baker who went offthe bench in this the 29th Judicial district the first of January will resume is1favocation as a practicing attorney has rented apartments in the Russell building and will have his office fiat in a very short time a Miss Alice Murrell will please a our thanksfora lot of EarlyHarTka- Pllee They were very much i Joy I Buck Witlis sold Henry Miller tate days agOii a milk cow for 65 hjp J L 1 r BraeSiantgomery lost a youngJar My cow Monday night t JuIT T Ir 7 2F t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS It Columbia District Fourth Round Russell Springs Coffeys chap el July 23 Jamestown Jamestown July 34 Glensfork Greenbriar July 6 West Monticello Mt Pleasant I July 910 Monticello Meadow creek July 1011 Clinton Pine Grove July 16 j 17 Albany Albany July 1718 Bear Creek Liberty 2324- t Peytonsburg Poplar Grove July 26 Burksville Grider July 3Q Providence July 21 AugRenox Thurlow Ladys chapel Aug 67Campbellsville circuit Roach yule Aug 9- Greensburgo Hodges chapel Aug 1314 Mannsville Mannsville Aug l 2021r Campbellsville Sta Aug 21 22iColumbia and Tabor Tabor Aug 2728- Cane Valley Milltown Aug 2829 Spurlington and Early Union Ridge Sept 34 West Tompkinsyille Sept 10 11 Temple Hill Sept 1314 Tomjpkinsville Sept 1718 Gradyville Pleasant Ridge Sept 2425TI LHulse P E z The cost of growing a peach orchard up to the full bearing age varies in this country from 100 to 150 an acre A man with small means may undertake to grow a peach orchard in hisownI way If he can do most work the actual cash outlay is frcourseings fences horses and suitable implements Vegetables land small fruits may be grown between the rows of trees the first three years and in an established fruit district there is always a great amount of outside work to be had at good wages Peach trees begin to bear when three years old and they produce large crops at the age of six years We know one instance in which four and onehalf acres of Elberta peaches brought a gross return of 280 an acre the third season after planting but this was aJ rather unusual occurrence When in full hearing gross returns of from 1000 to 1500 an acre have been common An average anetincome from the orchards of the best fruit districts will run from 300 to 500 an acre and yet tat the same time peach culture is gradually sloughing off to make room for the winter appleEx Weeds should be kept down till they will not be capable of o further injury The main object is to see that they do not i duce seed for nature in her deI i sire to prevent the extinction of i withd1 ft the power of producing seed i f iW hen very young and small The- morning glory cockle burr an makeTseed pods when not over s inches high tH j FOXES WANTED f Redand rCYI9 c 1 1too 50 i 7J 100Ti nsw 75tb 125- And Express r iVfc1AJtte WTllODG No j LJ 4Bof 2 i Iyya fI 3f v A Timely Warning About ies1 Released for publication on the morning of June 21 1910 In every town and locality in the State many people have fail ed to heed the numerous warnings that have been issued against flies Attention has been called to the fact that they are one of the most dangerous menaces to life and health with whi man kind has to contend being re sponsible for a large portion of all cases of typhoid fever and diarrhoeal diseases of infants and many cases of tuberculosis another d t diseasesb They have caused thousands of deaths in Kentucky and will con tinue their work of destructio- until housekeepers awaken to the fact and inaugurate a warfare that will result in their extermi nation II This can be accomplished defi nitely and effectively It re quires only the removal of filth Flies breed in filth and in filth alone Without filth there can be no flies More than 90 per cent of them breed in stable manure and the balance in gar bage outhouses and other forms ofrefuse 4 The fly season is at hand and prompt action at this time may prevent many deaths during the summer andcfall and a grave re sponsibility rests upon all health officers and other citizens An immediate and thorough cleaning of premises should be effected and further accumulations of filth avoided Stable i manure should be kept in vaults or boxes screened or covered orl frequently sprinkled with lime orj kerosene and should be remov at least once a week- sGarbage C cle hnlld 1ti tents sprin led with unslacked lime or oill Privy vaults should be made fiyproof and their contents fr quently sprinkled with lime In addition to the measures for the preventation of the breeding of fies every effort should be made to prevent them from entering the house or having access to milk or other foods All doors and windows espec ially those of the kitchen and diningroom should be screened Food exposed for sale should screened and ordinances to this effect be enacted and en forcedFlies should be especially kept away from the sick and if one is discovered in the sick room it should be killed Excreta and urine from the sick should be covered with fresh lime for an hour and then buried People who have cleaned their own premises should demand that their neighbors should do like wise and notify the Board of Health of any failures or refusals It is important to remember that no house is safe unless every other one for a mile around is clean This applies- especially to tenants houses and negro quarters The saving of life andsuffer lieeixEither man must kill the fly or the fly will kill the man From t h e State Board of Health of Kentucky- U L Taylor Health Officer I have a fine Jersey bull Fee 150 at the gate 1 al have a number of Jersey heifers for iale J B Barbee js f rBill Bailey at Philadelphia Although Bill Baileys experi ences at New Orleans were far from Pleasant he had rambling in his head and thus could not be contented at home He was restless uneasy until one day he happened to read of The City of Brotherly Love Where could this be he thought He searched his Geography but couldnot find it He was puzzled This divinely endowed city could not be found He studied he thought mused Could it be possible he thought that the old prophecy is being fulfilled and that this is the place where the lamb and the bear shall lie shallneat straw like an ox But at last one day in looking over a list of sobriquets he found that The City of Brotherly Love was only a popular name for the city of Phildelphia He read of how William Perm had purchased the whole State of thousIandQuakers had settled the State of Penns treaty with the Indians in which they declared We will live in peace with Penn and his followers so long as the sun and moon shall shine of r how the city of Philadelphia was laid off with nroad streets and withI beautiful flower gardens each ana every house and of the marvelous growth of the city since then He picked up a stereoscope and the first view to nspect was a scene in The nken Gardens ofPhiladelphia gazed at this for a moment llaid it aside The resolution complete He would gp o Ida t ear I1 time But illsprev s travelling had taught him a les son He would be morecautious and thus guard against mistakes And not knowing anyone here messenIgermadeinquiry and was pleased to learn that alligators and such terrors had never visited this city He made a tour of the cx ty and stopped ata hotel of the messengers selection Things now seemed to go Bills way The ball season was on Bill at tended regularly And here he met Miss Sallie Belfoe a lady to his liking who lived in a mansion on Chatham Street not far from Bills hotel and so he soon had an introduction to the citys societyIt not many nights until there was to be a grand social deIsisent Miss Sallie i Dear mum Y Go and git you ready V Wear a bran new gown For there is to be a party In this good old town The gals are all invited And the boys are going too If youve got no other company I want to go with outSigned as your lover Bill Bailey Although this card was a little peculiar and somewhat different from anything of the kind she had ever before received Miss Sallie accepted and awaited with pleasure the outcome So by- round and by the time rolled Bill sat out for the home 0 of Miss Sallie whicn was reached in a fewimorr nte but whate J l iIIiiiiii was his surprize upon reaching the mansion and not seeing any one about the premises to find out that he did not know how to enter the house So he hollowed Helloa as he was accustomed to do in the country But no one answered He hollowed again and this time a policeman came round and demanded the cause of the outcry Bill saw that he had made a mistake and was very much humbled He told the officer his mission and thereupon was given instructions for entering the house He entered now but lo Miss Sallie had changed had decided not to go chagrinIned He departed and upon meeting his friends this experi ence he related I went to the house where she lived As no one was to be seen I hollowed and as no one answered I hollowed again Then there came a great big ruffian with brass buttons on his coat and packing a club and asked what I was bawling about I told him that I was not bawling that I had come to go with my gal to the party and only wanted to know if she was ready to start He told me to hush howling and to go up and ring the doorbell and I would be admitted I told him that I did not want to be admitted but only wanted to know if Sal was ready to go to the party He said that that was alright and said to ring the door bell and then I could make in quiryand then he went on Well I went up to the door and the darned thing didnt have any bell on it I just stood there and looked around and at last I saw ontjIjiup see it would do Well I reached out and took holdof it and Gee what a noiseit made I jumped back just as a little nigger opened the door and asked what I wanted Well he said g ve me your card I told him that I didnt have any cards that it was against the law to play cards out where I lived and that I only wanted to know if Sal was r ady to go to the party He then said 0 this is Mr Bailey is it No sir it is not I said It is Bill Bailey and I have come to go with Sal to the party and I want to know if she is ready to start Well come in then he said So I went into a great big room and there sot Sal So I said good morning or even ing which ever it is She got up saidIis Bill Bailey and Ive come to tI with you to the party and if you do not hurry up it will be over before we get there She look ed sour and said that she was not going herself that she would have company at home butthat she would find me an esc urt She reached over and touched something shiny on the wall and in a minute a great big nigger came in and she told him to show me the door I told him that I could find it myself but he took me by the arm and shovedme out I told them both goodbye and gentlemen if the girls of Philadelphia want to court nig gers they may do so for me This may be a City Brotherly Love but there is no sisterly love here for me I am going homes Well he went home But with a sorrowful heart he sighed world fe suchva conglomeration of disabpbmtmenjts tc f1 I 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 report to us any omissions or correction of dates- Madisonville July 195 days Henderson July 265 days Lancaster July 273 days Versailles August 34 days daysIAugust 86 days Russell Springs Aug 94 days Taylor sville August 94 days daysIVanceburg August 104 days Lawrenceburg Aug 164 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 days daysIBardstown Aug 304 days Frankfort Aug 304 days Nicholasville Aug 303 days Fern Creek Aug 304 days Hardenburg Aug 303 days Barboursville Aug 313 days Florence Sept 13 daysI Paris Sept 65 days Hodgenville Sept 63 days Tr County Fair Sanders Sept 74 days Mayfield Sept 74 days Monticello Sept 63 days Glasgow Sept 284 days Falmouth Sept 284 days Kentucky y State Fair Louis viijeLSepJ l 6 days bMarvelous Discoveries Mark the woiderf progress of the age Air flights on heavy telegrams with ut wires machinesI inventions to kill men and of wondersDr Kings New Discovery to save life when threatened by coughs colds Jagrippe asthma croup bron chitis hemorrhages hay fever and whooping cough or lung trouble For all bronchial affections it has no equal It relieves instantly Its the surestI cure James M Black of C It R No4 writes it cured him of an obstinate cough after all other rem edies failed 50c and 100 A trial bot tle free Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co KernsI Farmers in this neighborhood have been very busy since the rain Mr J W Kerns who has j been quite sick is no better Mrs Millie Redmon who has been ill for some time is im proving IMrs Anson Redmon visited her sister Mrs Mary McGaha a few days ago Misses Pearlie Judd and Cor delia Campbell were the guests of Miss Annie Bryant last Sun dayMr Garfield Rooks and Miss Myrtie Bryant daughter of Jim Bryant were quietly married last Sunday We heartily wish them joyMr Jim Roberts has been on the sick list for several days The Sunday School at the Allen school house is doing nicely Everybody invited to attend t A Dreadful Wound FrpnTiT knife gun tin can rusty nail fireworks or of any other nature demands prompt treatment with Luck lens Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene Its the quickest t surest healer for all such wounds as al- SO for Burns Boils Sores Skin Erup tions Eczema Chopped Hands Corns or feiles 2fer at Paulliprug Co rt t I I t ft4Ke I rl N Time Card 1908aSOUTH BOUND- TRAIN Lv LOUISVILLE As LEBANON No 27794Jam 942am No 23815 am 1001 am No 79505pm 740 pm No 21800 pm 1000 pm No 93630 pm 900 pm NORTH BOUND rBAINLV LEBANON An LOUISVILLE 024548 am 750 am o 78732 am 1015 Wn 028 430 pm 655 pm Ya22 628 pm 815 pm o 92732 am n 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 areSunday trains only WIL10RMOTEL JJ cailiWOHE Propn Iw FirstClass Table RoomeIReasonable Rat- esGKftDYlILLe KY CrenshawI tIFistulo Pollevil Spavin or gical work done at fairpric well fixed to take care of sto ey due when work is doneIremoved from stables LOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESID ON BURKSVILLE STREET Res Phone 29 Office Phone Dr James Triplett Dentist JEFFRIES BLOC COLUMBIA IIDt r Hentts OFFICE FRONT I JEFFRIES BU I PHO lE NO 40 COLUMBIA K Joseph n Sto Attone Y At Law q Will practice in this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky DRvM E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia Kentucky Special attention given to Dentistry Dis eases of tlio Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all other Diseases which visits DumbBrutes OFFICE Located In barn back of Han cockHotel The Adair County tYv News J And- COurierJournaf One Year For 150 Daily Coap Journa l Three Months And TheNews175 Subscribe YNow T fef c f IJ 1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r 3 the Hunters Return Guns are booming whistles are blowing waves are roaring ships are decorated streets are jammed flags waving and men marching in New York today At least such is the program of the reception to be graved theo lore Roosevelt on his return from a years absence most of which time he spent in African junglesThe exPresident returns a- more conspicuous man of the world than he was when he started on his long journey for he has been measured by the standards of royalty and has held his own He seems to be the same whether giving advice to the emigrants in steerage or banqueting with kings and em perors il And what is heg s e among hundreds of th09 ands hese free and independent States give birth and life to every year A productI of America honored abroad Infconferring honors on him now JV4 are Jjm bestowing honors on K American citizen Let thej guns Boom Let the people shout Farmers Home Journal Accuracy in a Printing Office None but the initiated know the accuracy required in a print ing office The average reader who detects a misspelled word or a letter upaiie down feels that his mission on earth is not ac complished until he has called the attention of the overworked ditor Blte glaring defect He 3oes notr notice the thousands and tensrof thousands of lettersj that are ill place or the multitude of words correctly spelled but his eagle eye is glued on the one that is out of place So it is with our reds Man does a thousand gcjod deeds and no at tention is paid to them but if he snakes one mistake it is flashed all over the world A lifetime may be spent in building up a reputation that may be wrecked in a moment The world is a harsh critic exacting toa fault Ex Cruelty in Shipping Poultry in1 A bill has been introduced Congress giving the Interstate Commerce Commission the right to devise rules governing shipments The bill poultryII that live poultry shall overcrowded in shipment that the coops or cages shall be of such size as to permit the birds to stand upright that provision venItilathe cars and that the poultry e shall have food and water at least once every twentyfour hours A penalty of from 100 to 300 is affixed for violating these regulations or such other regulations as the Commission may adopt This is a good bill and ought to become a law at riceV ff Color in Horses I domi1jrtant statistics collected by Hurst He found that out oftO4 thoroughbred foals from chestnut sires and dams 1095 were chestnut in color Evidently chestnut be gets chestnuts with great uni formity w But he found that stallions with 1J0 chestnut color traceable in ttaeir immediate an r c i cestry got very fewf chestnut colts from chestnut mare and many of these bay stallions got only bay colts from chestnut mares This indicates that the bay color is dominant over the chestnut or surppresses it It tvas further found that bay stal lions having both bay and chest nut in their immediate parent age got both bay and chestnut foals in about equal numbers from chestnut mares The 702 foals from 12 such stallions were found to include 335 bays 347 chestnuts or practically 50 percent of each This is in accor dance with Mendels law of the transmission of dominant and re cessive characters and indicates that probably the bay and chest nut colors in horses are on the average transmitted in about these proportions wit respect to each other Breeders Gazette Feed the Pig Early The general tendency is to let the pigs get along on whatever may be at hand until fattening time and then invest either purchased or homegrown grain which has a cash value in the finishing process This practice should be very nearly reversed The young pig has a very limited capacity for utilizing bulky or coarse vegetable wastes Careful experiments have been made at a number of our stations to determine the relative efficiency of various available feeds as growth producers for the pig There is every basis for the assertion that the young pig should have the benefit of purchased concentrat ed food if milk is not available He will pay 11e for wat xhe eats in the first sour months than in the second four or during any succeeding period of equal length Arrested For ptinling Cartoon Because he printed in his paper the Memphis Herald a cartoon on the political disturbances in congress which was declared by authorities to be obscene and in decent and attempted to circu late it through the mails A L Rowe its editor has been ar rested Mr Rowe is indignant He says he has been misjudged andmisinterpreted The cartoon was on the front page and dwelt en the situation between the In surgents and the Republicans in congress The former were rep resented as a bull an indicative of Congressman Ernest Bullock of Jackson Miss while the reg ulars were pictured as the usual elephant All the papers which came to the postoffice were sup pressed and the editors arrest followed There would not have been such a surplus of potatoes as to send the price down to almost nothing had it not been for the large importation of foreign po tatoes last winter These impor tations would not have come int except for the good prices that prevailed when the foreign consignments were made Nobody was prepared for the disastrous drop which took place in the spring and potato growers are regarding the situation with apprehension and discouragement It is likely this feeling will have its result in a decreased acreage especially in those sections where potatoes went begging in March at ten cents abuslle1Those who had the courage to go right on are in a fair way to secure decent prices for their new crop when it comes on y rh ff ErYP vi4 frW 1f n4Vrte Farm Notes Give the chicks grit Little pigs like green feed The young horse has many things to lear Skim milk is good for the chickens this time of yer The root maggot of cabbage comes from the egg of a fly The dwarf nasturtium makes an excellent border plant of me dium size A very desirable and useful tool which is not found on all farms is a level The finer the teeth ofHhe culti vator the finer and more satis factory the work In the training of colts a blow shouldnever be struck or a loud or violent word used Stale drinking vessels breed disease A few cents worth of disinfectants will soon save dol lars worth of poultry- It pays to keep livestock on the farm for the manure they make and the unmarketable feeds they can turn into money A thorough investigation of the methods of feeding young turkeys shows to what extent general rules are followed Three harrowings of young corn may be given one just be fore the corn is up and one when the young plants are several inches high There is a very laudable move ment now in progress among the shippers of fresh fruits looking to the uniformity of packing and the standardization of fruit The work team should have a little exercise every day and not stand day aft day in the stable and then be taken oufc and made to do a heavy days work The beef raiser who aims at the greatest possible profit from his business must use cattle es pecially adapted to the purpose and perfected to a high degree Torn should be cut for the silo when it is fairly well matured that is when the kernels are in what is known as the dough stage all or nearly all of the kernels being dented Clover andrape seeded for hog or calf pasture make cheap feed A small patch of this will save the buying of a good dealI of bran and other A dollar saved is two dollars earnedThe best way to begin thef poultry business is in a small way As you learn fromexperi ence the best teacher you can increase your flock and find out yourproIductA Spring pigs can get along very well without shelter except from rain until fall then if you are so shiftless as to fail to pro vide shelter they are better able to stand the cold and rain But they will not thrive Drones usually take their flight during the middle part of the day mostly from ten to three oclock during a warm pleasant day when they can be seen fly inf in large numbers in front of the hives and over the apiary Water in the soil ds continually on the move sometimes fast and at Other times slower When it stops raining and the Surface of the soil becomes 3hfy then the moisture m earth begins to move upvfrd from one soil par qcle to another by capilarity There are toany other and bet ter uses for flowers than to pile on coffins at funerals They are meant for living folks Then let us have some in our front yard yes and the back yard too and under the eaves at the side of the house and over by the gar den fence It is a thousand times better to grow flowers for your family to enjoy while theyI are alive than to buy them cents a dozen to pile on their graves after they are dead Fine celery can be grown as easily as any garden vegetable if one has good plants by heavy mulching rowsIwhen the plants are six to twelve inches high and by pouring water or house wastes over the mulch during the summer This does not take much time for a small family bed Celery can be well blanched by setting boards along the rows It is easily possible almost ev erywhere to make a hen produce three dollars worth of eggs a year on 150 worth of feed Soy beans require conditions and cultivation similar to those required by corn Good prepa ration of the soil is necessary For dry and cloddy corn fields either before or after the corn rs bjtterthanBarnyard manure adds quite a little plant food to the soil besides containing considerable IIorganic matter which will go to ward the formation of humus To secure the greatest enefit from a green manuring crop care must be taken in turning it un der to have the soil harrowed and packed as fast as it is I lowi ec 1 et tirainilkxx jrc h3ndlmgpf ldrawnin which the air is filled with dust and put in unclean vessels Live stock needs water at all seasons but water during warm weather is more essential Prepare now for a good water stip ply for the animals during the summer months H The color of milk does not indicate the richness of it Oftentimes milk which is rich is blue is color and oftentimes milk which is yellow and rich looking is of a rather poor quality Cream on the average will weigh about Jundsto the gallon but it varies according to the per cent of butterfat which it contains It is well known that butterfat is lighter than milk- Success in poultry culture is simply the result of looking after all the little details connected canIbe successful if he will use a little diligence and common sense Most of the brood snares in the central west are dual purpose in character They not only raise colts but most of them put in eight or ten hours of strenuous labor every day after the colt is ten days or two weeks old If young hogs are kept in close confinement and fed heavily on corn alone they will most likely develop rYrequire nitrogenous foods in which skimmilk should take a large part in order to grow good t solid ones 4 A Womans ircatide w to make herself attractive tahout health it is hard for her Lely in face lena or temPer r tf + fir I t ooc xxc oo a IIOur June Clearance Sale ir I lI be of Intense Interest IW Rugs Curtainsj 9 Will he sold at a Great Sacrifice Do not Fail I atovisit our Big Store if you are in need of Floor = overings or Pretty Hangings I for your Doors and Windows 1 II Hubbuch Bros WellendorffI522 524 W Market Louisville Kentucky iL SXs5SXsXsXaXSS SXXsX A Good Farm For Sale Cheap Two Hundred Acres of Land in a good neighborhoodnear two Churches School and Postoffice eight miles from Co wJ lumbia and ten miles from Greensburg On this farm is near ly enough timber to pay for it mostly white oak which has never been culled The finest White Burley land in this sectioniApply to L rH Cab II Miami Kentucky FRANK CORCORAN WO HighGrade Marble Granite Cemetery work See before of all kind you buy 4 Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and adjoining counties Main Street Lebanon Ky r i A weak sickly woman will be nervous a d irritable Constipation and Kidney tBJJjUJSUUS show in pimples thiiiJiyivucoj skin eruptions and a wretched complexion But Electric Bitters alWays prove a godsend to women who want health beauty and friends They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovel ycomplexion good health Try them 50c at Paull Drug Co Program The following is the program for the Celebration to be held at Bear Wallow J July 4 1910 Song service to begin 9 oclock by I M Grimsley and others Preaching at 10 by JD Burton and othersAdjourn for dinner I Speaking at 1 by Plato Wade Gep L Perryman and others Every body come and bring well filled baskets J D Burton Chairman H PRedmon J B Burton l Kept The King at HomeI For the past year we havekept the King of all laxatives Dr Kings New Life Pillsin our home and they have proved a blessing to all you family writes Paul Mathulks of BuffaloN Y Easy but sure remedy for all Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Only 25c at Paull Drug Co For the Home Nurse Be gentle and kind in deed well as in word Be quiet and firm and able to exert authority Be ever on the alert to antici pate a patientjs wants but without fussiness which is often very irritating to a nervous person- A wise nurse will not deceive her patient If the dressing ofa wound is to be painful tell him- so but say that you will be as careful as possible Cheerfulness is better than medicine toward those who are ill I Some of the qualifications of a successful nurse are gentleness I sympathy quietness patience firmness and infinite tact T iI t f L1j TIIEr LOUISVILLE t TIMES lkr l fOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS 500 A YEAR IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSAND THE LOUISVILEt TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY450tTHE LOUISVILLE TIMES is c the best afternoon paper printed anywhere I Has the best corps of corres pondentsJ Covers the Kentucky field pen j J r fectly X V Covers the general l news elaIcompletely t x Has the best and fullest ma rj fkets reports ff DEMOCRATIC in politics but i if I faIr to everybody i i fSEND IriON RIGHT AWAY jTO THIS PAPER not to ThexLouisville Times t F T I t Tv l Y 4 TBE NLA1R COlNTY NEWS EAOAIR COUNTY HEWS TjiI Published Every Wednesday v BY TIE t14airCountv News Company i INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITORV 7 Democratic newspaper devoted to the In terest of the City of Columbia and the peopl- of Adair and adjacent counties i Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as sec cud class mail matter WED JUNE 291910 j Congress adjourned last Sat r urday It was a long tedious Cession Senator Gores charge that an attempt had been made to bribe him in the matter of the Indian contracts before the Senate will be investigated Former Gov Hoke Smith oft f Georgia who was defeated fort reelection two years ago Y Joseph M Brown has announced his candidacy for the governor ship ov Brown is a candidate for reelection Gov Haskell of Oklahoma lias issued a proclamation calling a special election for August 2 to vote on the grandfather clause amendment to the Constitution X which his opponents say win dis iranchise the negrolt Mr Taft has got his pet meas ure through both branches of Congress and when he signs the bill Postal Saving Banks will be established It looks very much 1 like he government is going to try and do the banking business in large centers of this country The Governors of the various States of the union will meet inw conference at Frankfort Ky7 sINovember 29th President Taft and former President Roosevelt will also be present The princi pal ob5ectoftheir visit perhaps will be to hear Governor Wilson make a speech The Board of Education of the Methodist Episcopal Churcht South in session at Nashvillerin structefd the treasurer of the board to honor any drafts that might be drawn on the board by ithe bishops for the purpose of defraying the expenses incident to the defense of the rights of VandlrbiltfUrnverslty Fortyfive million eggs haver been shipped into Newark 3 since April land placed in cold storage by the warehouse men to remain there until the iiigh prices of last winter are du plicated The eggs come mostly from Indiana Michigan and Ohio They were purchased at l 241crlieve in conbsumerstrong ft Mr Powers will be speaking in Adair county next week and Mr d Edwards will be filling appointments in Wayne We understand that the latter gentle rf man will visit this county at an early date The race for the nomination is just now getting started and in a few weeks r i Nmahy Republican speakers will sbeln the field battling for their Bve candidate3reDEi s JJRon Campbell GantrJll won ovei Hdn i Claud Mv Thomas in tii prim Y held last Saturday inthev Seventh district for the itat ir A i tI orit19resscounty in the district but two Bourbon and Woodford His majority is about 2700 The af fidavitjmblished in Thomas interest andy to Gantrills detri ment was gotten out on the eve of the primary not giving Can andeevidently worked to Mr Thomas disadvantage Pellbam The farmers are puting ingood time plowing their corn getting it in good shape some is looking very well considering so much rainMr Willis Hutchison is very sick at this writing Miss Mary Squires who has been quite sick for the last tw herrroomSome of our farmers are har vesting their wheat andreport the crop better than was expect ed 9 Mr James Suddarth has about completed a large tobacco and feed barn on his farm in the Rocky Hill neighborhood- Mr Loren Bradley was attending court at Jamestown last weekMisses Mary Todd and Clarice Stotts were the pleasant guest of Mr John R CundifFs family last Friday and also visited Mr I James Todd Ssturday night near Cane Valley i The singing at Hutchison school house was largely attend ed a nice and peaceable crowd and plenty of dinner SubItittMisses Gracie andCleo Shepherd last Saturday night and attended the singing rt this place r Mr Jack Garnett is very sick at this writing with heart trouble a Judge Moss of Columbia at tended the singing at this place last Sunday Misses Eva Bradshaw and Mamie Moran were visiting Mary and Georgia Todd last Saturday night from Bliss There was a mad dog killed at Russell creek roller mill last week but we didn t learn that it did any harm Your scribe sold 20 bushels of corn last week for dollar per bushel Cy Barger Receives Big Ovation A merited compliment paid a Colum bia baseball pitcher by the Brooklyn N Y Eagle The most popular man in Brooklyn to day is one Cy Barger the lanky twirler of the Brooklyn team If ever there pitcherwasit was that wonderful fourteeninning battle at Washington Park between the Superbas and Cubs Cy was a mart yel in every department of the game He pitched great ball fielded like a fiend and as for hitting why Cy made the famous Swat Miligans best feats look like bush league stuff Never before in Brooklyn has a ballplayer been handed the ovation that literally swamped Barger after he tore off that twobagger in the fourteenth inning which sent Erwin scurrying across the plate iththei1ning run wIthIanother in heaping adulation on the CyIshoulders of the crowd and carried down tha field It was the first time a Brooklyn crowd became so enthusiastic over a Brooklyn player as to carry him off the field Hundreds of fans waited outside the grounds for close on to an hour for Barger to appear When he showed himself there was another uproar Up street the crowd followed him cheer ing him wildly every step of the way The reception rattled Uy He blushed like a schoolgirl and once started to run to get away from his admirers But the crowd wouldnt stand for that They caught him made him walk and cheered until they were hoarse A crowd on theilL station at Third St added to the din by joining in the cheer ing The ovation was wonderful but Bar ger deserves every bit of it It was the greatest game of ball ever played at Washington Park and it was Barger finishohe is as game as any pitcher that ever lived While his pitching was a treat to watch his batting was equally good Four times he hit safely and two of his wallops were good for doubles It was his first double that scored a run that temporarily put Brooklyn ir the lead His second two bagger sent in the win ning run Win your own game is a cry that has been popular in baseball as long as the game has been played The fans delight more in seeing a pitcher deliver the timely bingle than in any other thing A pitcher winning such asensa tional contest was with a rousing wal lop is a sight seldom sear It was an ideal contest There was just enou h hitting to keep the crowd continually on edge The fielding too was brilliant Burch Wheat and Schulte made greatcatches Burchs catch of Archers dr ve in the second inning was especially brilliant AL made the catch with his gloved hand running with his back to the fcall within a few feet of the fence The crowd cheered Captian AI for a couple of minutes Barger di his most effective pitching greatop nch hitter Six times Schulte came to bat and four times Barger set him down on strikes jpn three of the four occasions when arger fanned him thejjfi were men o the bases Cy alsoj out of a tigiiy hole in the egi ht bV some er pitchingtith on ou HOf man tri led and with Tinker com ing up it looked dollars to cents that Tinkerhadoutfield But the trying situation did not phase arger a bit Manager Dahi len has all long claimed that Jy was as game a pitcher as he ever saw Cy tightened up and when he made Tinker pop up to Daubert and fanned Archer there was another whilwind of applause It certainly was a great victory for dBarger to achieve because he had pitted against him not only the greatest base ball machine in the world in Chances Cubs but also had to go up against aI pitcher whom the Cubs believed was invincible KingCole is one of Chances youngsters but he has pitched wonder ful ball all season having won all six games he participated in He pitched a great game but Barger had a shade Off him in gameness and besides Cy his conjtinuedThe Superbas had a fine chance to end the game in the tenth inning as Erwin who batted for Bergen got around to third with only one out on his Burchslforcebut J ake hit sharply to the pitcher and Erwin was forced to hug third While Jake was being thrown out Manager Chance then pulled a funny one He ordered Cole to walk Wheat preferring to take a chance on Hummel The daring of the thing made the fans gasp but Chance was lucky enough to have fhimaltthoughbreaking up the game Schulte rbIbing him of a hit by a circus catch The victory combined with the defeat superIig has been the big aid in the Superbas rapid climb from the cellar to the top of the second division Cy has now won five straight JiClEJCJOiCIOiCI6C1EJiClOCJ6QOOnOCIOiCI6C18iC1000ClOf3EGEa I 0 dd1Qn You can examine Insurance Companies and you canC IdleEkgs = but after all isnt it best to demands the kind 0 fInranC4 a you cpwisgpod4iith timeifIL I tax n MURRELL 1 ILLEg CoIumbia f Iii ktat Kjnd- I 1ICJOCI tf oJE ao6oeoB08cx v t T 73 fS r S a fDt +O+ O O ++O ilPaints UtIs and 1 0oi Varnishes i0 f 0 8 0 When 0SelectingThe Best 0 0oi W Pure Mixed i PAINT r 8 t Isii perfectPaiht possessin g covering power and durability excel ed tS by none Every drop in the can is PURE For Exterior and Intekor 0ofl1 combined in proper proportions with Pure Linseed Oil and ground 0 0o0ov Oa proven possess the essential qualities of Perfect Paint viz Durability great Covering Properties finenes of XV Texture and beauty of Finish O m 0Iare Co oOOOOOOHis last defeat was in Chicago when Wheat dropped two fly balls that cost him the game Cys five straight vie tories have been secured over St L- OqiSjBoston Commissioners SaIfc ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTS KENTUCKYI Ivs J C Cundiff Deft By virture of a Judgment and order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1910 in the above cause for the sum of one hundred and seven dollars and one hun dred and ninety six dollars with the interest at the rate of 6 per cent perl annum from the 2nd day of Sept until paid and 2680 costs herein 1 shall proceed to offerfor sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 4th day of July 1910 at one oclocklP M or thereabout being County Court upon a credit three months the fsllowing described proper ty towit One New Birdsell Clover Huller Monitor Junor No 19990 with 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 paid and having the orcejand effect of a Judgment Bidders wilt be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner A C C Levi Gosser charged with murder was tried in the Russell Circuit Court last week and given two years in the penitentiary He killed his brotherin lawftF FOXESWANTED Eefl and G ret Foxes r 1200 to x50- Squirrels i1 W 100- nftQW H 1a an NJ SHj nJCarCQI e 11 t tIIf f t m t w 1 ijO o iI Box J Cain v hivllle Ky 4ry rl 1fj l Give us a trial We Guarantee to Please you Table supplied With the Best the Market Affords Meals 3- 5cMILLEN r HOUSEJA M D MILLEN CO Proprs of JCLocated on Railroad St one square east of L N Station Lebanon KentuckyI IOI oan- Bindersp CiO== lOCO f Rakes TWine 0j niuO 0 U Deering Machine None better as Every one who isv up on Hair = U vesting Machines can T estify WeI1Jiye a g Large Stock on hand PriCesiiRight3ft 1 0 r i VCT Buggies Harness Saddles and a General g Line of Hardware See our Goods and clef- oOur Prices f4 i f LoJ REnnu 0OORIr ti tJf d2Ji t I bi tc c l J 4 r j r c r TIE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5z I Y 1C7t7L YYcYiCa YY YYYYYYYYY t 4 ERSONAJ Lx7C7C CR lJC f Cxt1C Cx tr J Mr L RChelft Knifley was here last Sunday IS Mr W A Hunter traveling sales man was here a few days ago Mr Alfred Murrell is visiting his sis ter Mrs J T McCormack Bradfords ville Mr Ewing Stults is now doing special Auditors agent work under his father lilr R F Rowe and wife Amanda vile were shopping in Columbia a few days ago Mr R Paull and Mr H 6 Bas sett were in Monticello a day or two of last week MissMabel Hindman Gradyville is spending a week or two with miss Pearl Hindman Ii Mrs JKateSmith and Mrs Lizzie Murrell on an extended visit to Champaign Ill Mr Tim B Cravens was at the Rus sell circuit court last week taking evi dence in a murdertrial iMiss Frances Garnett who visited her aunt Mrs J P Scuuggs at Midway returned home last wee e f V Mr Ewing Stults lent to Middles boro last week and ori Saturday played BorIbourvilleMrs D G Hopkins of Bessemer Ala is visiting her brother Mr S FI White and fam ryand her aunt Miss Sam Felql IIMessrs J F Montgomery Rollin Hurt James Garnett and Judge H C Baker attended circuit court at Jamestown last week Dr E F Taylor and wife of Lile town visited at the homes of Mr E H Hughes and Mr J F Montgomery a 1 few days of last week ti Misses Alice and Ella Walker who have been visiting in Georgetown Frankfort and Richmond returned home last Friday night f Mrs N C Welcker Miss Annet Welcker and Miss Annie Long all of Knoxville Tenn are visiting at the home of Rev J R Crawford l Mr R E Lloyd reached here from pnday morning en route Jwn He will remain in ussell ty about six weeks Mr M p Yarberry who is in the revenue servrce headquarters at Louis ville reached home last Saturday night H will return to duty today Mr Robert Scalf of Louisville is here visiting his uncle Mr Robert Price He camp from Louisville on his mortocycle making the trip in nine hours Mr J D Flowers and wife who have been spending several weeks in Somerset with their daughter Mrs R Mont Feese returned home last Thurs day night Mr and Mrs Simon Goodman of ofltheattend the wedding of Miss Lewis and Mr Baldauf Mrs M Mergentine of New York sisterinlaw of Mrs Sam Lewis who came to attend the LewisBaldauf mar theILewis family Mrs Flora Frazer who has been visiting children in Louisiana and her son Mack at Oakdale Tenn returned to Columbia last Friday afternoon and is now with her daughter Mrs W B Patteson JoWiliwere Sunday afternoon enroute for Brad fordsville to visit Mrs Jones sister Mrs J T McCormack Dr R A Jones conveyed them in his automobile Misses Julia Blakeman and Ruth Page and Master Robert Blakeman accompanied by Mrs W K Azbill ar rived from Indianapolis Tuesday evening of last week They will spend several weeks at the home of Mr J T Page t r Misses Mary Lucy and Leonora Lowe left last week for an extended visit to relatives in Nashville Cookeville and Gainesboro Tennessee They also at tended the Military Tournament held in Nashville last week Mr Geo W Sinclair and wife and their little grand daughter Miss Geor gia Jump of Elizabethtown came to MrsItives several days Both Mr and Mrs Sinclair are old residents of ColumbIa and met many friends during theirshort stay here Dr R A Jones of Cincinnati reached Columbia last Wednesday afttrnoon en route to Montpelier tp fseehis parents brothers and sisters oured froix incinnati in his auto njegile adiy or two With fi drl atSford He iade the trip iron Stanfd to this place via Camp 1ieJitle rfewhoure l o Ii 4 zt l CLEARANCE 1 SAl 5 II AIIPLC I- w MRS ERMINE WILSON STORE DJ- r- K Russell Springs Ky f C E From blYlstlo the 16th I will sell all Summer Goods i v r at Greatly Reduced Price X ilk ilc Lam t now in my New Store House and am Prepared 1E4toFul111Sh the Trade with Everything Kept in a Gerier 7JE 7ij v Remember that if you are in need of Summer vi Goods now is the Time to Purchase E E I have an Elegant Line of Ladie Fine Shoes anda E k MYv i 7KPrices f n v V tJ I lm rmmm fi1 K iC l i m K j n Inm 1 j 7K n II HopIkinsville Mr Sam Breeding has returned from Evansville Mrs E L Fesese was quite sick from Saturday until Monday tMfrs J 0 Russell is visiting in Mid dJpsboro and Frankfort Dr E A Waggener has been quite sick for a week but is better Corinne a little daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam Breeding has measlesIMiss Eva NuririeIly visiting at the home of Mrs E Pile Miss Pearl Priest of Booneville Ind is visiting Mrs W TOttley this week Mr Elmo Strange accompanied his wife and children to Burkesville Sunday where they will visit a week or two Messrs lIF Upton and Sylvester Harris of Russell county were here Saturday night assisting in work of Odd Fellowship Mrs Simeon Murrell and her little plIMiss Mary Breeding who has been visiting near Campbells ville has re turned home Miss Annie Lizzie Squires accompanied heron her return Baseball Schedule esiT forte ball games to be played during the coming Lebanon Chautauqua follows N Tuesday June 28 Willow Springs vs Lebanon Wednesday June 29 Lebanon vs Campbellsyille Thursday June 30 Springfield vs Lebanon Friday July J Campbellsville vs July 2 Perryville vs Lebanon Monday July 4 two games Morn ingLebanon Elizabethtown After 11Tuesdayfield Wednesday July 6 date held open in case of rain on previousdays Tuesday July 6 Lebanon vs Colum bia Friday JUly 8 date held open in case of tie r Try A Sack Of 1EVERY SAOK GUARANTEED l GEO Ee WILSON- Tl EXCLUSIVE DEALER FOR f COLUMBIA KY j I also keep a full stock of Staples and Fancy Groceries and aska share of your patron- ageUNDERTAKERS We are prepared Lr Furnish Undertakers Goods and Embalm Call or Write Us i I THE BUCHAHJSI LYO0 IrieerpjMaMti CAMPdELLSYILLE1ENTt1CKY i f fj j ri C 1ir 1 11 I Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY Plffthevs Frank Jackman Deft l By virtureof Judgment and Order of sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered 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 2825 costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court house door in Columiiia1C toy the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 4 day of July 1910 atone oclock P M orthereabuut being 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 Pauils Drug Store lot thence with said Paulls line to Jefferson Alley thence with said Alley N 45 W 21 feet thence at right angle on parallel line with Paulls squareIIright to joint use by said Jackman of the stairway three feet six inches wide on the North side of said Paull property said property having a joint interest inI said stairway beginning at the pave ment and running back 24 feet For the purchase5 price t purchaser with approved surety o rj securities must execute Bond bearing legal inter est from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg inent Bidders will be prepared to comply promptlywith these terms W A Coffey Master CommissionerA Preparations are now being made for the Columbia Fair which begins Tues day August 23 and will continue four days The catalogues will be out next week Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT i KENTUCKY Geo H senPlaintiff y C S Bell Defendant By yirtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the January Term thereof 1910 in the above cause for the sum of FivE hun dred dolars with the interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annun from the first day of Feb 1905 until paid sub ject to a credit of 300 April 29 1905 and 2880 costs herein I shan proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 4th day of July 1910 at one oclock Ip mor thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described property towit A certain tract of land containing If acres pn which a dwelling house is situated lying and being in Gradyville Adair county Reference is made to the Judgmentand order of sale for a complete description of said lot For the purchaseprice the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bosd bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and Judg1hentply promptly with these terms W Ai Coffey Master CommissionerA If you have a home and are out of debt dont fretand worry yourself and good wife into the grave for the sake of making money You have only one life to live and it is brief at besjj Take a little pleasure and comfort as you go day by day and try to do a little good to others A morbid insatiate desire to poesees the earth to grab everything insight is at the foundation of more misery than almost any one thing Wealth alone will newer memory green a good life and kind actions will Claud Miller year old aoii of Mrs Cora Mil Who is a gistei of Mr Edwin Wilson of this plaQ j wasaward ed A iiritdtw certificate teach school Ify the board of 6Xm1n4 l iit t f Vi it r t f 17i Summer fi J L Brga1ns IJ f IIICI Less Than Cost If It v r lsoa Large Stock of Summer Dress Goods at Reduced Prices We will also make good prices Ian Mans Shirts Ties Summer Underwear Suits 1 and0dd Pants some will goat OOSliVJ 1 CarpetsIWe will sell you Furniture at Reduced Prices 7J 0 f 4 11 nyoihJAh il1 sJ our StOl l IlQ1 going sCHE11P JD not fail to call on 18f ir7B4illgkINS i 1 t I H B INGRAM l SON i t fi Jf Notes on the Way 1 Leaving home the morning qf the 17th I passed through Taylor Mdrion Nelson Bullitt and Jefferson thence through Hardin Hart Warren Logan Todd Christian Hopkins Webster find Henderson Too much rain has kiqpt andIharvested before the last of the month Passing from the Salt river country there has been less rain corn and ta- bacco have been well tilled and are growing rapidly Some corn waist high and tobacco six to eight leaves All the earlier sown wheat has been harvested and a full crop late sown is not so good Oats and grass are about the aver age and oats and corn acreage about the average Stock of all kinds scarce and high People down here even trade in chickens Nofruit It is get ting quite dry here Very Respt W W B Henderson Ky June 2 1910 Gresham Loses Coburg At Coburg last Saturday in a hotly contested gamp between the Gresham and Coburg local base half teams Gresham went down in defeat for the third time by a score of 9 to 0 In a series of games played by them two at Coburg and one at Grasham Gresham had recently defeated Greensburg and her boys were on hands early feeling confident but when they went up for the third against the Coburg boys Captained by Jones Hose and Sherrod Murrell to pitch they were promptly placed among the back numbers THE OTHER SIDE Cobnrg and Gresham base ball players met in contest the game took place at Coburg last Saturday afternoon and was witnessed by a large crowd Gresham took the lead and kept it throughout the game and at thecl6se the score stood 15 to 2Iin favor of Gresham but had the fair thing have ben done the victory for Gresham would hfcye been far greater put w won the victory as it woe againitUsabQvictory ul the disadvantage if you want to and inntheleadJ thdrrclever- fellows But dont seem to standth de t Jiat very bravely ieryf uptoitbo i Pt i c4 h r lrfor j OOOOOOOOOOO oOOOOO J 0S Fifth Annual AssemblyO Proctor Knott Chautauqua i 0 0 t Association 0AY v Incorporated y r tOt Lebanon Kentucky- SJune28toJuly8J910 fa t Ii lusive 8 OooGreat Platform Attractions 0 JOaiiy Base Bat Games Teams from tolumbiaO Cam Pbellsville Spring 0 1 CI field and Lebanon will play for a Loving Cup m r 0AYeverproduced in Southern Xr Kentuckyr Y I 0oo w0 DIliEY Secretary O 0r Lebanon Kentucky 0oooooco+ A 00000000 youll have to get used to it if you play with us for we go in to win and have done so over far stronger teams than you And when we strike those three base and home hits or fan out two or three of your best men straight be not alarmed We mean no offense what ever thats just our method of playing ball Our motto is Fairness to allso we are ready for another game any time you will give us a fair deal Come to Gresham and we will treat rightA The Medical Society The Adair County Medical Society will meet iii Columbia on Friday July 15 1910 The change has been made to Friday to accommodate some doctors LodgeIconeiat of o the program bet fowf and for sickness and other iff a4 liy- zJS llffty t i3I causes they were not read ofMedical f Sam Taylor Should we leave our regular business to attend Medical So ciety r statusof t improvethe will be read by otnermembersof the Society byseveralmembers Dont forget the change in 3rdFriday r 6 j DrHammond Pr r from his district hu prom1HQ torbehere and give us a J l hand iW Ff Cartwright fY ComihttteU ii tfelv Tif JI r91 JI t it l p 1w1 ITz 1 j wy THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS6 4 e+ I Dehletf Bos s j 116 E market St Bet 1st Brook Iioaisville Kentucky Get Oun Quota Lion t tJLLCOOD FENCE BefOxe You bay Trite I6tii1 save you MONEY w 4 dI i 2167 Both o s s t 4 U Pres- J COCKS Pres RD DIETZMAN J 0 SHED 1861 1889 I IN S AW Sheet Iron Tank Work J9 JOBBING WORK oa r QNfiFrl1t GansiCUife Catl tty WAGON MRTESmU Telephone HARDW seeI W T fyne Mill Supply Cox INCORPORATED Jlili11IG1TS mACiI41STS DEALERS IENGINESBOILERS MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 TfllKTeeNTHKftlN LOUISVlLLe SMOKESTACKS and SOLICITRD Phones lAIJ Kinds of MachiY cAal rcd II o + l HUG 1E S- co pAn a LINDS I 4 H e iMouldlngsColumns Porch Material t s Stair Work t Interior Finish Etc i4 i Wholesale Sash and Door Rouse r in the South i i t duxSend your orders to us for prompt shipment Q y andgood goods f We appreciate them i tL i HUGHES CO i 21215 E1 Main street i INCORPORATED LOUISVILLEIKY + + + + 4++++++ + +++++ ++ f vv ww ll wvi vwv v v l 1 7N1l I JL f J1= I tf fI f 1 11I I 7K li 7t J e Fifth Avenue Hotel IPIKE CAMPBELL MGR v Q7IiC SI mo ss opur E lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale v and Retail Districts Churches and 7r Theaters n FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUTSTREEn c Iv 71 I Louisville Kentucky w vr V V vv w v v C 7l 71 11 mii m IfI 7iCiiCn II7Kf7K 17171 i iI AI vCmim1E IT COSTS NOTHING Propertyn Ii t WITH- n jIE SmytheJi Tm REAL ESTATE AGENT t pffe Columbia KylX ef Mv ou wish to Buy or Sell call on Him s N fitJ vy ffj 3KV V o ffice in Garneti3uding over Post OfficeF u Sl r Town Property and Farm LandsFor Sale k fm lE IE Adaiir County News and CourleivJournal lothOneYe fort50 k a n t 0t ffj ii li t L n f y Ft d i A Blacksmith Senator Among the picturesque fea tures of American biography there are few more attractive than those that tell of men who have risen from obscurity and poverty to positions of power and influence in State and Nation We hear it said occasionally that the day of such cases is past but we have never believed thist havescome to the front in genera thoIs tion who had humble beginnings as Lincoln the rail splitter Grant the tanner Garj field the canalboat hand John son the tailor Elihu Burrittthe blacksmith or anyone of the long roll who pitched their wagon to a star Apropos we have the news from St Joseph Mo that John F Breckinridge a sturdy blacksmith has rolled down his shirt sleeves over his brawny arms put on his collar and necktie and entered the race for the United States Senate John was acowboy in his young er days then a horseshoer and he is now a son of Vulcan By the sparkle of his forge he seems to have dreamed and builded air castles which unlike most edifices of the kind seen11 very likely to come He heroic blacksmith too for some ten years ago he saved five lives in a hmel fire and later he rescued two men from drowning On the Whole John the Black smith would seem to have better stuff in him than some of the men who are merely represnta tive moneybags in legislation nowaday His future may be full of interest for others besides the peop e of Missouri Christ ian Herald k tJ rL f The Springfield Tennessee j Herald i putting up a game and vigorous fight against the Patter andsintegrityof the state The ma chine and whisky sheets are worki g their old scheme of abuse bluster and villification butv they are not bluffing the Heraldor the people who believe in justice and right The Her aId is putting a premium on man hood and integrity which will bear the right kind ot fruit in the coming years of true I enio cracy and honorable statehood and will be gratefully remember ed when enemies are forgotten It is fruitless to cry regularity and bolter when all principle is sunk in partisanship To de liver the Democratic party over to the devil and his minions is not to put an attractive robe upon that for which Jefferson toiled and sacrificed Heres to you Buddy Harrodsburg Her ald Its the poorest who pay the highest taxes under the PayneI Aldrich law The buys woolen or worsted cloth for a dress pays 940 for a pat tern that cost 4 abroad or a tariff tax of 135 per cent while her more fortunate sisterpaysa tariff tax of only 50 per cent on the imported silk dress she buys The cheapest blankets the laborer can buy for his humble bed carry a tax of 107 per cent but the fine blankets on the bed of the captain of industry are as sensed only 71 per cent Hats and bonnets costing 501 IEss per dozen are taxed 62 per cent costing more than 20 per dozen get In for 35 per cent Fine sys tem i l t itfor the rich 4Ki 5 i ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR e 1e e e If so we can furnish anything you may need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof = ing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns of every description Our stock of Siding e Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Moulds a e ing is manufactured from Dry Lumber We can furnish any material needed in K beste e assorted stock of Finishing Material of e f any firm in this section of the State tPhone 44 + c ee B JNTDUSiKY fe COMPANY 4 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 4i444944444444444444444444444444444e One Grain It is stated that if one grain of corn could be added to each ear there would be enough revenue thus derived to pay for all the agricultural colleges now in operation and that if no seed were planted without being tested our crops would be in creased to an amount sufficient to pay the national debt every year Now is the opportunity for you who read the signs of the times There is a fortune in store for each one of you who will take Uncle Sams advice to educate your sons to scientific farming who will carefully se lect and test your seeds who I will feed stock enough to enrich your soil and leave to the next generation a heritage of exper iences and broad acres which will produce not merely 12 to 14 bushels of wheat but from 32 to 35 bushels per acre Do you know that by scientific tillage Nebraskas Experiment Station has averaged over 60 bushels of wheat to the acre for the past four years That another field in Alberta by the same method averaged 70 bush els of wheat per acre Another 46 bushels per acre and made yearIThe other crop are ly as good and without irrigation That dry farming land has com- manded a price of 1000 an acre That irrigated land has sold as high as 3000 per acre 1 The c Dollar IJUSt2 dollar on a missionsent make a lot of people glad each time the coin is spent You pay it to the butcher the meat to give you strength he takes it to the grocer from whom it goes air length for some pretty pIt of cloth or lace his better halt to buy or help to get her summer half to make her rival sigh The dry goods man sent on the coin to pay the market bill and though the coin is often spent stays a dollar still and every time tis spent at home some ac of good is done In booming local makre them run But if you take th shining coin and break the local l chain the chances are that fro t1oncebutcher and baker the grocer and the dry goods man the fur niture man and carpenter the wagon man and blacksmith the shoe mai and the printer every toouhIthe coin erne the p t e f 4ust keepalie ltle oirl a ijif dsf i l j r home just keep it moving well and every time it changes handsIsomebodys goods twill That single little dollar has thus a wondrous power to make somebody happy a dozen times art hour It pays the bill and wards off ill and neer its power relaxes IIIandWhistle ereiWhistle here says the signal board to the engineer as he approaches some crossing town or thoroughfare and warn unwary people of approaching dangerWhistle here says worn out physical nature irritable nerves sleepless nights and impaired di gestion to the ambitious brain Heed the signal tSr the keenest intellect and the truest heart is crippled for life Whistle here says con takingtuneasy and ashamed of himself and half resolves he will never be seen there again Heed oh heed while conscience speaks death is in the draught fashionIablecostly robes and excelleth thy neighbor when thy purse only contains what is rightfully anothers Sooner or later thy seal skin sacque will be changed for a mantle of shame Whistle here signals ruined hope and despondent days when you are contracting debts to bask tabletwith delicious morsels to feed your friends wisdom speaketh fools make feasts and wise men eat them debts come due and youve nothing to meet them Whistle here says provi dence when the ruin and dis grace of some old speculator whose greed of gain has made him an embezzler brings home the warning to the young spec thoughtnot yet discovered he has begun Ahtfriends heed these friendly warnings though oft repeated Theirevoice is deadened by our very themShelbYmvine Record Feeding Corn in Field The following notes are taken from a summary appearIng in Bulletin 104 o f the Minnesota Station The cost of fencing corn fields s may be from 116 250 less pet acre elian the husking VK l ij l1 I til 1 t NIijltI It requiAs no more labor to prepare fur sU cropsafields that have been hogged off than those that have been treated by the ordinary methods of har vesting IHogs waste no more Yors jn when fed inyard They pick the corn as clean as most men din husking Three pounds of rapeseed per acre sown in corn at last culti vation furnishes considerable succulent feed which may take the r place of highpriced shorts It is not expected that all corn raised to be fed off with hogs but the amount they can clean up from the time it is nicely glazed until the weather becomes unfavorable may be ecoiV 1r ly fed in this way Hogs should not as a r turned into more corn t onetime than they can eat rip clean in two cr three weeks The shorter period is preferable iBrain Leaks Churchianity is not Christian ity Big business ought to make more cellmatest Many people who claim to be plain spoken are only insolent manISome people are always in a stew trying to preserve their healthA welcome doormat does not always mean a cheerful in terior lot of men who never set a IA are waiting for their slips to come in- About twothirds of our worrying is done over things that never happen jealously is a rock upon which many a matrimonial bark has gone to wreck Dont it just beat all how quick ly a dollars worth of mill tickets is exhaustedA eopleforgget self only after there is nothing left worth remembering f 0 if only some ot those soda fountain drinks tasted as good as the names sound The richer a man is themore glibly he can talk about the blessings of poverty When we fail we attribute it to bad luck When we win we attribute it to our own ability Patience is listening with becoming smiles toa stuttering man trying to tell a funny story Your truest friend is not the one who confines his converse bon to retailing your good quali mr1 il t 3 r re It THErADAIR CO TY NEWSI 7 rInroad community through j higher last agor been since v place attended Conference at G erisforkI W H Bloyd was at Creelsboro k jjia few days ago on business J P Mrs Jula Cape is on the sick t list at this writing JL A Powell visited at L C SundayIf Myrtie and Washington Bloyd visited their 4taunt Ethel Turner a few days pego Miss Meda Petty and mother ere in Columbia a few days go Miss Annie Dudley visited Jsses Meda and Willie Petty last aturday night WH Bloyd and visited I N Petty last SundaJ Tilford Petty and tfH Blqyj were in Columbia few days agoi t Sewcjltfth S T1 e health oythis community 1Svery good at present Wheat is looking shaby B A Lawless has got the prettiest wheat here Guess we will have to learn to eat corn bread Miss Martha Murray our mus ic teacher is giving lessons at Itowe tanow Martha is a fine musicianMiss Lillie Carnes who has been visiting her sister Mrs 0 L Beck at Russell Springs has rt d hOme 3 Jim Sullivan our champ ion ehtclcen raiser has sold a number ofNring chIckens Miss Ovalehe Humble of Ken dall is visiting her cousins Floy Martha Be k this weekand Mrs Mary Williams was visiting her daughter Mrs L A Mc Clure last week Miss Ghoul Helm of Helm passed through here with her f aunt Mrs Mollie Knight en route for the Utters home in JamestownMr Beck Misses Ova i lene Humble Martha and Ploy Beck attended this district Con ference at Glenville Tuesday and Wednesday They reported a delightful time ItLast Thursday Mrs Carrie i Balenger wife of Mr Wm Balen ger died at her home at this takentplace in the Beleriger grave yard in presence of many relatives and friends Vattendedlast Sunday Fchapel V Dingo fMrs r Ellen Bennett Fairy has been spending the past few r days at the home of her daught place er Mrs JW McClister of this Born to the wife of Lee Mosby tyi r on the 13th a girl M Pettey sold a cow to J bLASimpson for 2250 i G M Stotts and family of MrIiStotts parents Mr and Mrs G Wi Stotts last Saturdaytand Sun day The singing at Bird School house last Sunday was largely attended Joe Leonard the popular dry r goods drummer calle ron01rJmerchaI ilJastTtt ed8Y crl Jf d tWl1t t t An infant child of Mrs Alliej Myers has been very sick for the past few days Mrs Nancy England who has been visiting relatives in Met calfe county for the past two or three months has returned home Old Mrs Stapp who lived near Gradyville and who had a severe stroke of paralysis two weeks ago was removed to the home of her grand daughter Mrs J D Patterson last Wed nes yiMiss Lyda England of Met calfe County who has been visit ing her sister Mrs J J Eng land of this place for some three or four weeks returned home last Sunday James G Stotts has removed to the new residence recently builtat this place Our country continues to improve tAn order of Court was recently entered opening a new road through here It will be a great improvement when opened out Our people and the public in general will have a good outlet W Columbia and as this will eliminate the bad road on the Columbia and Bakerton road per sons traveling from Adair to Cumberland will find that this is the beter road a great improvement on the old Absher Mrs Elizabeth Cooley is very sick at this writing Miss Audra Dillingham is visit ing at Miss Ethyl Russells this weekMr Henry Parrot of Camp bellsville was at this place on business a few days last week Misses Bertha and Audra Dill ingham visited Mrs Bettie Cooley last Sunday Mrs Alice Thomas jjof Coburg visited relatives at jthi place last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Harriett Robertson and son Matthew and g andson Jim Shirrell visited in Green from Thursday until Saturday Several of the young folks attended meeting at Mt Pleasant Sunday and Sunday night Miss Gei tie Bault of Holmes is spending a few days with her uncle Mr Bun Rice Mr and Mrs Sam Smith and cHildren Claud and Estelle visit ed at Delaney Robertsons last SundayMrs Ethel Russell and so Ewing and Tom and Miss Nan nie Cooley visited their mother at this place last Sunday Mrs Lee Robertsons condi tion remains about the same Miss Ann L Cave is visiting her sister Mrs J D Weather ford this week Mr Osborne Dillingham of Neatsburg visited his brother W P Dillingham from Friday until Sunday Mr Matthew Robertson and John Shirrell were at Knifley last Monday Mr and Mrs J H Morris and children visited Mr John Spears last Saturday and Sunday Miss Fannie Cave and brother Walter of Holmes spent Tuesday at their grandmas Mrs Eliza beth Cooley Miss Eula Martin was at Mr Ben Robertsons last Monday andTuesday Dr JC Gose and family passed through this place Wed nesday en route for Columbia- Misses Gertrude and Mary Gabbert Roley Were here en route for Columbia Diurjsday f f Pyrus Wheathavestingis the order of the day in our community Mr Turner Keltner lost a val uable work horse a few days ago by it getting iirthe wheat Mr G L Vire of Keltner visited his mother Mrs J H Vire last Saturday night- R F Keltner and children visited G D Vance and family a few days ago Mr Thomas Baker was at the bedside of his aunt Mrs George Pickett last Sunday MissIesSaturdayIMr ett returned to Gampbellsville last Tuesday after a pleasant visit of several days with friends andre lativesMr Walter Firkin of Cane Valley visited Mr Garlen Pick ett last FridayiMisses Lelier and Maggie Vance visited Misses Alma and Myrtie Keltner a few days ago VireIvisited their sister Mrs R 0 Keltner of Gradyville last Sunday Messrs Tom Finn of Pickett J W Parnell of Keltner C W Keltner of this community made a trip to Antioch last Sat urday in the interest of their teachersMiss Keltner was visit Miss Cyntha Pickett a few ling ago Mr Turner Keltner wife and mother Mrs Whit Keltner vis ited in the Keltner community one day last week Miss Mattie Doolin of Grady ville visited here last week Mrs JVire and Mrs Wal ler Parnell were visitiiig Mrs E P Sexton a few days agoiOn the 11th of this month our community was greatly shocked in hearing almost the sudden death of Rollin Vance the only son of Mr G D Vance in whom the fond parents almost idolized andworshiped Rollin was alight to the home and a comfort to himrwas to love him He was a cheerful loving boy and if he had an enemy no one knew it and he left home soy cheerful in the morning going to mill The loving words he last spoken to his sisters and fond parents will 1lovipgto mourn their loss Let us say to the parents and three sisters Cheer up dear ones and prepare to meet little Rollin where sor row and death never comes and where parting is no more A precious child from us is g A voice we love is stilled oneIA place is vacant in our That never can be filled n Fertilizers too rich in nitrogen should not be applied to the field intended for bats because the growth will be too rank and the production of grain will be retarded Tne same is true in a very limited measure of corn Not how much but how well isa good motto for folks who are in the chicken business Better to hatch and raise a small num ber of fine thrifty early chickens than to hatch a hundred or two and lose or stunt them for lack of care or suitable accommoda tons t ASAIR CIRCUIT COURT N M Tutt Plff IT xKottce Matthew Wooten ac jDeff t 6 By Virtur of a judgment aaiXorder of s lmd in the above flfyl uH at the May Jbernv 1910 oft dair rCUit Court u t CQIli 1tty er 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 oclock and 3 oclock p mexpose for sale and sell in satisfaction of a Judg mentrenderedat said term in said court in the above styled case infavor of N M Tutt against J R Cummins for the sum of 100 with interest thereon at 6 per sent per annum from the 17th day of January 1906 until paidand 10 costs the undivided J interest formerly owned by G D BI irjin 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 time and place and to satisfy a judg ment in favor of said Tutt against said Cummins rendered in above styled cause at the said May term 1910 of said court for the sum of 125 with in terest thereon at 6 per ceut per annum from September 14 1905 until paid and 10 cost of suit I will sell the undivided one eighth interest formerly owned by Lucien Blair in said 351 acre tract of land or a sufficiency of same to satisfy said debt interest and cost Said sale will be made subject to the homestead right of Elizabeth Blair in said 351 acre tract of land and also subject to the rrights of Taylor Moss in the timber trees upon said lands The said Taylor and Moss are the owners of trees standing or lying upon said landsI which are suitable for said stuff and 10 inches indiameter one foot from the standIchestnutIgo upon said lands with teams tools and machinery and cut manufacture and remove said trees and their pro ducts untii September 12th 1912 but not thereafter The homestead right of Elizabeth Blair is the right to use and occupy 1000 worth of said land including the dwelling thereon for and during her natural life The said 351 acre tract of land is situated in Adair County Ky on the waters of Rock Lick and Harrods Fork and is the same lands which John Blair deceasedowned lifetimemdIacres and is described by metes and bounds courses and distances in a deed from Sarah A Strange c to John Cummins which is recorded in deed Book No 18 Page 575 of the office of the clerk of the Adair County COurt to particulardescription place and in Order to satisfy a Judgment in the above styled cause render ed at the May terra19lOof saidijlourtin favorof N M Tutt again T R CumTOJic I ajhd Moses WootenKr the sum of t2 with interest ther yat 6 per cent per annum from July L 1905J until paid and 7215 costs of suit sub ject to a credit of 30 paid October 1st 1907 I will expose for sale and sell the followidg personal and real property cr a sufficiency thereof to satisfjJ said debt interests and costs viz J 1 Case machine nu4ered4271ksimple traction engine No 14817 with all the needed tools belts and appurtenances thereunto belonging to make a complete threshing machine also one 120 74 ply case canvas Drion belt one case tank pump complete with hose one case steel box and register and one separator brake Also about 50 acres of land situated in Adair county Ky and the same land conveyed to JRCummins by E F Roe c byadeed 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 is bounded as follows vizOn the North by the land of E F Roejon the West by the lands of Wm Loy on the East by the lands of Henry Thompson and on the South by the lands of G B Brake Also 150 acres of the above mention ed 351 acre tract of land being the 150 acres lying upon the North end of said tract subject to the right of Taylpr 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 tract less 26J acres heretofore sold to Sarah A Strange subject to the home stead right of Elizabeth Blair and the right of Taylor and Moss therein above described The remaining portion of said 351 acre tract after cutting off the 150 acres at the North side and the 26J acres sold to Sarah A Strange contains 174 acres more or less The said 150 acres at the North side of said 351 axe tract and the remaining portion of said 351 acres are both described by metes and bounds courses and distances in the report of RT McCafrree surveyor filed with the papers of this case to whichref erence is made for a particu lar description of said portions Of said 351 acre tract The personal property above described lAthe property of Deft J H Cummins and is now inbisIsipnin Adair county Ky s iQ per jspnal property will betsbld upon a credit of three month and the seal estate herein described upon a credit of fix months and all of said sales will be made at public outcryand toike highest and btbidder epqrohrIJrnl here qwredto exscutebonda lihppr9V- dstcurifcy for th p5irdh4M pic es ay r i t I Ci QpS eee OCYJ00000 0006 0 0 i WEEKLY l- I COURIER la A A JOURNAL HENRY WATTERSON Editor I Is National Newspaper Democratic in ppolitics It prints all the news I fear or favor The regular price withoutIa year but you can get the LeBOTH ONE YEAR I t I For 150i- f r1 I I r t ie you will give or send your order to thisr paperrnot to the Courier Journal r k a Daily CourierJournal Yr 600 I 5 e Sunday CourierJournal Yr 200 I We can give you a comb 1 atioii cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will w ite Ithis paper JK e IsXSSXSSXsXsXS aee eee Jr 1Qiesee- Qe1Woodson I Lewis r4 Greensburg ii Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH ptudebaker BirdseSl f1i Iburn fs 11 = =Wagons t j A carload of Oliver Chilled Plowsj A carjload of Disc Harrows 5 A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters and r IOne= Horse Corn Drills r Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade LIME SALT AD CEMTA SPECIAL LINE t t Willdeliverany kind of Farm v Implements at any station on the L N R R Woodson LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky IMail orders promplyJ able toBff N Mttutt and bearing interest from date until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Upon which execution may issue For greeter certainty reference is here made to the Judgment in this case which may be fbuBdup pages 174 175 17- 617fL 78 andt9 of Qrdrpok W lit of the office of the clerk of the da rhCircuit Court For the satisfaction of said 62OQ debt the above described personalproperty or asufficiency Here of will be fi tOld and the real statei- n order above stated f W A Coffey Mart Commissioner 1offAda1rCircuit Court- jj 1 f t 7TI = Ii ya 1f ft THE ADAIR COUNTY NEW iy 1 Gradyvilleo t r rith r R 4Q Breedingf- ro was in our midst ast Friday vfir W v Mr and Mrs James Gilpin of Sparksville were shopping in our town last Friday t JA Diddle spent one day in Greensburg the first of the week Miss Mollie Flowers is spend ing a few days in Columbia this i week The recent showers have greatly revived vegetation in the sec tion Mr W GL Burton of Glasgow spent a few days of last week in our town selling lots in Arrow Okla Mrs W M Wilmore and her daughters visited her brother at Bliss one day last week Miss Mollie Hindman spent last week visiting relatives in Columbia The school building near this place is nearing completion Mr Will Flowers of Bliss put in a day or so of last week haul ing logs to our mill at this place J A Diddle and his son Geo put in last Tnursday fishing with very good success Miss Creel Nell pent a day or so visiting relatives in the Mill town community laist week Robert a little soft of Mr and Mrs Geo Flowers qf Columbia spent a few days of last week with Mr and Mrs fy 01 Moss Mr Strong Hill jis daily at k work on his thresbiri machine 3 vJJe saysJie will be ready for jwisina by the time the people Jttget ready for him f The show at this place on last e Wednerday evening was very well attended Every cne pres 4 J ent seemed to enjoy the occasion t fine f Brack Cain spent several days fof last week in tills community J looking for cattle t The mill at this place is doing a fine Business The proprietors kepon hand at all times a lull supply of flour and meal and sell at the market price We take it that there is an average crop of tobacco set in this section notwithstanding the I 1scarcity of plants Gov J R Hindman of Co lumbia called in to see us on his return from his brothers one day last week The Governor in formed us that for many years he had thought there was no place on earth like Big Greek but during the last few years he was about to change his mind He says about the time we get t everything on this creek fixed up ISO we can take care of growing crops a big rain will come arid wash off or cover up everything iwe are growing and take off our fencing etc Notwithstanding all this the Governor refuses to Ieyen price his farm Such land f as we have on this creek we can afford to plant and replant and then when the harvest time comes i we gather in a bountiful yield p We must say right here that vn your reporter is not much of a JJ farmer neither dries he own a Driver or a Russell creek bottom i iarm but he has grown oats this J Reason pn a piece of land that has e 1lt them up to a height of six t6ietand two Inches These oatsi R are known in this section as the winter oats This is no chimney J 7 corner talk but an absolute fact 1 We all know M L Grady Jhe ic wellknown hrirse man of tins il Jjjjheight j 9 Mr Robert 0 KlitnervOneV oJ V our oldest citizens apdr we must say berethatno one can e eli him in producing garden vegetar ties had on exhibition here one day last week one of the largest Irish potatoes that has been grown in this section this season He also has a very fine crop of wheat and one of the best mule colts in this section Rev Scott of Metcalf county preached at the Baptist church one night last week A majority of the wheat has teen harvested and we are glad to say that quality is as good if not better than last year and we think the yield will be as good if not better thanlast year Russell Springs Mr Sylvanus Wilson has added greatly to the beauty of his home by building a circular porch and repairing the whole house Mrs Susie Vaughan and daughter Marie are spending several weeks with her mother Mrs Ermine Wilson is moving into her new quarters The District Schewl was a complete success and will be given in Jamestown by fequest Mr A Humble and wife of Somerset spent several days last Week with her father Mr Wm Vaughan Mr J E Murrell of th News passed through here Sunday en route for Jamestown Hon Jas Montgomery of Columbia was her Tuesday on his way to Jamestown Judge Tarter and Bethrum and Mr and Mrs Callier of Somerset were at the Winfrey Hotel Sunray night Mr James Garnett Columbia was here Friday Quite a number of traveling men in tons last week her1arIlents l Avery Stephens and Aretus Cravens have returned from Bowling Green where they hive been taking ajjusiness course Mr Joe Smith and family bJ Ono visited her father and brothers families Mr Loren Phelps passed here Friday en route to Damrons creek on business Quite a number from James town attended the play here the 22nd Mr Orville Holt visited his parents Wednesday night ITimbered Land For Sale I hav 2000 acres of land covered with stave saw and tie stuff R T Baker Amanflaville Ky The dwelling house of MrBram Bur ton near Purdy was destroyed by fire last Monday morning The loss is con siderable on insurance It is said that three of the best crops of Burley tobacco ever seen in Adair county at this season of the year are being grown by Messrs C C Roe Went Roe and E P Roe Theylive in the Sparksville country Mr Geo R Akin who lives at Sparksville had the misfortune tHose ave ff1le twoyearold German Coach colt last week Distemper was the cause ofits death Attention is called to the advertis ment ova B Ingrain Sons tobe fouiklpn our third page Therewill be a Co11iiciocIIlQwat the Columbia rfand a niof praraima Coffered trl5Q l iti q I CHne a eywr t i 0i WMcMllster was in in re cinnati Ohio ast week on bUs- iness Willie Wilson returned home from Illinois lasfcThursday Mrs Alice Hendrickson re turned home from Oklahoma last week where she had been visiting her daughter Mrs C Di Murrell The prodigals Mr and Mrs Chapman Dphoney returned home from Elfda New Mexico DOIhoneyare now stay with us what little time they last Mr and Mrs Geo Banks of Texas and Mr and Mrs B L Banks of Richmond were vIsit- ing their father and mother Mr and Mrs S G Banks at this place last week 4 Mr C A Wilson our town aylandpointed on Wednesday H eJ ordered the town to clean thoroughly which was immediately done Now when our snake medicine arrives he must clean alliltickled Mrs Harriet Cundiff sold her town property last week to Chap man Dohoney for 900 Judge Flegm Christie who has been dangerously sickis thought to be some better at this writing Bro Christieis a fine citizen and we would be glad to see him out again Billie Hurt of Columbia was here on business He is one of our djld time Democrats and we hakwarm feeling ih ou- rhers for him Mr and Mrs W R Jlutchison of Cane Valley wish to thank thsir friends and neighbors through the News for their kindness during the illness of their baby boy Arvin arid est jj pecial thanks to the kind piysi cian who was so faithful fat the bedsideof their baby a r Garlin 4Wheat harvesting is jnfullb- last and everybody seems to be up and doingsince the weather faired up Jon Rigney has the thumps but he is getting along very nicely Mr W S Sallee is having a well drilled near his barn for the convenience of his stock f Mrs G W Gresham and chil drenhave returned from Crocus where they have been visiting Misses Pearl Neat and Cora Reynolds and Messrs Edgar Rule and Lourard Bennett went to Louisville to winness the airship races Prof and Mrs H ffaker and Mr and Mrs J L Cooper and little daughter Edith spent the day with Mrund Mrs W F Neat last Wednesday t Mi Aaron Wilson has been on the sick list for several days Mr s J F lSynolds was yisitr ing Mrs Cooper brie day last week Prof Tobias JIuffaker made a trip to Dunnyille last Friday re turning home Monday Miases WiUar Hhffaker Es teJlt Bennctfe and ABar WaIup asat last Saturday liight irith Misses Anna arid Jjfcla Ifeyse f i 1L ii i c ict bcTJ2ffpNBY CANNOTBUY A BETTER PAkT THAN BANNAS GREEN SEAL The Paint possessing every essential quality Nothing in it but what should be there rx v Nothing lacking that will improve it Pigments scientifically combined and finely ground in Pure Linseed Oil r The Made to Wear Paint soraduraUrFOR SALE BY THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE COLUMBIA KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer v f V60d7 00 Beef steers Jf 400675 Fat heifers and cowsv 00625Cutters l 3fOO400 Canners 200300 Hulls v2504 85i 11StockersChoice mUch cows 7 35005000 Cotamon to fair cogs 15003500 HOGS Choice 165 to 200 d 945 Mediums 130 to 1651 Pigs VA 850I JRoughs ISHEEPBest lambsT 750775 Cullsv 550600 Fatsheep f ii 4i50550 GRAIN Wheat vtVwV L25 Corn v 100 Local Market The following isthe Local Market given by S H Grinstead Co today Eggs 15 Hens i 12 ChickensS f 15 Cocks 4 Turkeys i 6 to8 Geese 4 4 Ducks 6 IWool clear grease v V 19 to 21 washed UlwJ 28 to 32 Hides green 5 t07 Hides dry fis to 18 toAOGlDSBegs wax r f 25 to 28 Clover Huller for Sale The Master Commissioner will sell a first class clover huller on the first Monday in July See his advertisement in another column The members of the Christian Church Bible School will have a picnic at the t Fair Grounds on Saturday before the second Sunday in July All necessary preperation will be made to make it a forIIA splendid band will make the musc the Columbia Fair Free Childs Remedy What mother is not looking for something that will help her children in the little ills of life something for the stomach trouble and the probjablyor a tablet and that to break them in half and crush them is an annoyance that usually they work too drasti powerful Any mother who will take the trouble obtamthat thousands of other mothers are usingtand now paying for This remedy Caldw ells Syrup Pepsin and the offer of mothertwhoyou want you can obtain itln the fu ture of your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle just as so many I others are doing the free sample being ItIsDavis of 187 W Harrison street Chicago l streetItheyhavehouse since J ItisundoubtedJyagre family rem edy as it is adapted to all ages being mild and pleasant to take and yet thor oughly effective It ia especially the ideal remedy for children and women and old folks who need mild and natural It has the advantage of be ntainltoniclivertrouble pleasedtoguaranteethl dse1re fOr yourself or family pertaining to the stomach liver or bowels abwrfutely fnaJetlyfc the tree sample simply send your jMun and addreas onr a postal card oc Fogalthor sqqseeeeor dcJrrWDr V B CaldwIIR500 oeuceuo Dtr1 t II A Tribute of Sympathy Glensfork Lodge isl 528 F and AMadopted the following preambleandresolutions on the death of J W Marshalls little daughter who was accidentally killedrecently instiBro James Marshalls little four ccidentI whereasIhaving the sympathy of the en tire community in their sad bereavement therefore be it Resolved That we extend to Bro Marshall and family our warmest sympathy and commend them to our Grand Master above who doeth all things well 2 That a copy of these resolu tions be spread upon our minutes a copy sent to the Adair County News nda copy sent to the bereaved family Gfl Abrell J 4 Black i Committee M Taylor iV Stock Items E P Sexton sold Thomas Baker a Combined horse for 140Pyrus cor j D B Dowell purchased a fine horse from an unknown party at Lebanon last week for 225Mell cor Weed The people atE putting in the sunshiny days plowing corn and setting tobacco Mr J L Moore has been on the puny list for the past week but is better at this writing Mr Porter England is on the sick list Mr L B Moss and family spent Thursday night at the home of J L Moore Mr and Mrs George Cole Mrs Diddle Flowers of Gn yule attended the dedication tle4 Baptist church at Ednontc last Sunday and report a nic time i h Mrs Salie McCandless of Ed monton is spending this week with her thpther Mrs Diddle Flowers of Gradyville T T Mr Tom Shuu1W of Prices creek lost his dwelling house and all its contents by fire last Saturday night They were gone from home and when they came in Sunday morning they found everything they had burned to the ground Vf Mrs Millie Hill and Mrs Ottie Bell of Gradyville spent Tuesday with Mrs J L Moore Mr and Mrs Otho Moore weT visiting Mr and Mrs And VvV Moore Saturday nigHt j iMr and Mrs harUg V spent Tuesda tIkhome of J L MooreJ Mr and Mrs Charles England of Breeding were visiting Mr and Mrs W L Fletcher SatuiZ dayiRoy Grider had a dog to go mad Tuesday which alarmed the people of this community very much The dog made a circuit biting several dogs and then went back home He left the place again and was killed by IMr Gilliam Breeding latein the afternoon A s t o how much damage he done we have not learned Clay Moore had a very valuable mare to get badly hurt Wednesday He was plowing and in some way the clip on the single tree caught in her leg and she began kicking and got her leg very badly torn up r Worn Women Women worn and tired from overwork need a tonic That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself You should take Wine of Cardui that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women Thousands of women have greattuse this reliable ofttried met- hcineIAKECARDUI333 The Womans Tonic Carduitmdafterwtdwrotepain in Iiyside and legs could not sleep had snertnesJ of breathc-1 suf red for yearsj until husband insisted on trin aIn106tWe1lTryCardUl L 4 I I