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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d h if f tji htIbDbif r nniu WetMrar 7 Fi a I t VOLUMF Xl COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 6 1910 NUMBER 35 GONE TO HER REWARD After a Long Illness Mrs laura Allen this City Meets the In evitable r BORN AND REARED NEAR GRADYVILLE Last Wednesday evening about 730 oclock Mrs Laura Allen a highly re spected lady of this place after a long illness succumbed to the inevitable and peacefully passed beyond the veil The deceased was sixtynine years old a daughter of Hop and Emily Stone Cheatham and was born and reared near Gradyville this county When quite a young woman she was happily married to Dewitt Clinto- Allen who was a prominent farmer o Cumberland county removing thither and where she resided until after the death of her husband which occurr many years ago Soon after the demis- of her companion she and her children Eva Emily and Lula became residents of Columbia and where the deceased constantly made her home until th final dissolution Two of her daughters are married Eva to Mr J M Frazer who now lives at Oakdale Tenn an Emily to Mr L L Eubank of place at whose home the end came Her youngest daughter Miss Lula was in Mississippi when her mother was stricken but she reached her bedside and was a constant attendant until the summons came Mrs Frazier is in very low state of health and could not ireach In early girlhood the deceased mad a profession of her faith in Christ united with the Christian Church living close to God until her life work ended In health she was punctual always filling her seat upon the Church ordi nances and was ever ready to work for her Masters cause From girlhood to old age she was a lady of most excellent Christian char acter and her noble traits were instilled into the minds of her three devoted daughters who have the sympathy of this entire community Their bes friend is gone to which statemen- every person who has lost a mother could testity to its correctness It caredJyoung nitions have led to strong character and most respected lives but to those who are now in deepest sorrow we would say take the words of the Master and be comforted There will be meetingThe services were held in the Christian church Thursday afternoo- at 4 oclock conducted by Eld Z Williams her pastor A large circle of relatives and sympa thizing friends were present The in terment was in the city cemetery There were many flowers Death of F f Christie Last Saturday morning about2J oclock Cane Valley lost one of her best and most useful citizens in the per son of Mr F E Christie who was miller by profession a part owner o theroller mill in that town and was al so Police Judge of the town of Cane Valley He was fifty years old and was a victim of typhoid fever The de ceased was born and reared in Case county near Clementsville and ha been a citizen of Cane Valley abou twelve years He was a man who stoo for the right and was ever ready to de nounce lawlessness During hisciti zenship of Cane Valley he made many warm personal friends He was en terprising and used his influence to ad vance the moral uplift of the communi ty in which he lived The passing of this goodman spread a gloom over Cane Valley bringing great sorrow not only to his devoted wife and tw small children but to all hearts who knew him The funeral and interment took plat e late in the afternoon Saturday man relatives and friends attendingl Mr and Mrs Virgil Henry who lost an infant child last week wish to ex tend their grateful thanks to all thos who stood by them in their sorrow and distress ending in death Those Pies of Boyhood Howdelicious were the pies of boy- hoOd No pies now ever taste so good whats changed the pies No Its you stoJrtachboyhoodtF poor you blame the food Whats needed A complete toning up by Electric Bitters of allIgans of digestion stomach neys Bowels Try them TheylL Re store your boyhood appetite and appre ciation of fond and fairly saturate yowr body with new health stye thaan d vigor 50cr at Paull Drug Co nR z k is trr Teachers Employed The following is the faculty for the Graded School for the session beginning first Monday in September W M Wilson Principal Miss Eliza beth Bush Lexington KYJMiss Sue F King Louisville Ky Mrs Annie B Sanders Cadiz Ky Miss Lora Good win Cerulan Ky Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance This purely mutual company ffers to all who would secure sure protection for themselves their familes or their estate a record of of progresjsive ive property set aside and vested in their corporate name and helddn trust obligafas of their contracts See J E Murrell LicenseseLicenses not heretofore reported for June are as follows BurebridgeLeo W Baldauf and Hattie Lewis T Bennett and Elizabeth Stotts dK W Bell andLillie K Hurt Your Attention Please Every Sunday School in Adair County come or send delegates to the County Convention at the Fair Grounds in Columbia on Saturday July 23rd 1910 Good speakers have been invited and presenteGood SpeakingGood Music Dinner on the ground Come with your baskets well filled 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 J W Turner Secretary Jane 25 1910 tThe Columbia Fair is a drawing card Each year since it was established the attendance has I een large If nothing interfers to retard the growing crop prospects there will be more people i tinrectory proposes to entertain and has secured the services of a Louisville pro musicrKeep the date before you August 23rd four days nWantedWhite Oak Logs write us for prices Will also buy standing tim ber and white and red oak lumber Louisville Planing Mill Hardwood 45 4t Flooring Co Louisville Ky Mr Jo Barlow an old business man of Louisville died last week He was wellk own to a great many citizens of Adair county He was a native of Bar ren county and was an ex Gonfederate soldier and belonged to Morgans com mand When his life went out Louis Baptistfa member Dr Woodruff James Flowers of this place graduated from the University adt Hda s and take the State Board Examination Being appointed an intern is quite a honor as we stated a few weeks ago The wheat harvest is over and much of it in the stack but still reports come to this office of the fine quality and wonderful meshes crowded with big te average mesh but this time reports started full four and has steadily increased in number until thir informYgrainsi hisecounty ahead of al wheat reports Mr Bault states that he produced it IThe dwelling house of Mr X W Scott of Ruby this county was con sumed by fire a few wetks ago It was insured to the amount of six hundred dollars in the Continential Judge T A Murrell adjusted the loss a few days ago Mary a little daughter of Rev and Mrs B M Currie fell from a fence last Friday afternoon and at first it was feared that the fall broke an arm but the physician decided that it was only bruised and announced that she would 8- Pfd et oyer thee hurl jm a day or ju W two a t f State Board Examination Editor News The next examination for a certificate to practice medicine in this state wilt be held at the Armory Louisville Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday July 5th 6th and 7th next The examina tion wilt include every sect who desire to practice the healing art in any of its branches and is designed to protect the people from ignorance and incompet ency in the treatment of disease This Board will appreciate your calling attention to it as no one can be a legal practitioner without this certifi cate and no unregistered practitioner can legally collect any fees Thanking you for your cooperation in our work I am Very truly yours J N McCormack Secretary Timbered Land For Sale I have 2000 acres of land covered with stave saw and tie stuff R T Baker Amandaville Ky Resolutions of RespectI Breeding Lodge No Whereas it has pleased the Supreme Architect of the Universe in his al mighty wisdom to remove from our midst our true and beloved brother John R Royse who departed this life June 25 1910 Therefore be it Resolved That in his death the Lodge has lost a loving brother The commu nity an affectionate husband and father Further we hereby extend to his bereaved family near relatives and friends who mourn his loss our heart felt sympathy and while realizing that nothing can fill the aching void of such an irreparable loss yet we ask them to seek comfort from him who doeth all things well- Further That a copy of these resolu tions be snread on our record a copy bI sent to his family and a copy sent the Adair County News for publication Dr H B Simpson AC Froedge Committee A K Rupe We are over stocked in clothing an are now s IJing at great reduced cfar342t Russell Springs Ky WrnPierce who was charged vjth being accessory to the killing of Taylor Jamesnown last week the jury failing to agree He was defendant by Messrs Rollin Hurt and James Garnett of Co lumbia bar The State was represented by Mr A A Huddleston and Mr 0 B Bertram We notice in our exchanges thatosome people are sprinkling cabbage with par ish green It is a great mistake to use this poison on vegetables that grow above the ground There is scarcely a day but we notice where persons have been poisoned by bating cabbage spin kled with parish green At this season of the year the farm ers of Adair county were never in bet ter spirits A fine wheat crop has been harvested you canalmost see the corn growing vegetables in abundance and a large acreage of tobacco out th stand all over the county good Wit seasonable weather from now on a abundance of every thing will be gar nered Take Notice eAll persons with claims against the estate of Daniel Brown deceased will present them to me properly veiifie nand proven on or before August 1 1910 W B Patteson Admr Our Dingo correspondent gives an count of the Heath of Mr John Royse who died on the 24th of June and who was wellknown to a great many people of Columbia He was a first cousin to Mr S W Royse of Ro this county Mr J T Goodman who was over from Rowena iast week stated that there was a good tide in Cumberland river lumber and staves about all ship pedeCrops of all kinds looking fine 1and the people generally in a happy state of mind No More Worry About Pumps Call on S F Eubank and get th latest uptodate one that will not need tube repaired 344t f A frightful Wreck qf train automobile or buggy iiiay cause cuts bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand Bucklens Ar nice Salve earths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt cure results For burn vfeols sores of all kinds eczema ichapptd hands1 and lips so eyeyr corntfItsjiuprtme Suzbat cure 25catjEaullDruCo s t 3i43S 4 THE BIG FIGHT Johnson the Negro Given the Decision in the Pugilistic Meet at Reno Nev THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE WITNESS THE FiGHT The decision in the fight between Johnson and Jeffries the two big sluggers was given to Johnson who is a colored man The fight took place at Reno Nev last Monday the 4th and was witnessed by thousands of people The first news of the contest was re cieved here after ten rounds had been fought and it stated that Jeffries was getting the best of the fight and would whip his antagonist Later at th close of the fifteenth round a message came stating that Johnson had been victorious and had been given the decision on a foul It is reported that Jeffries struck a foul blow and not soundedIIOS Notice AH property owners on each of the tour principal streets in the town of Co lumbia will do well to look at the sidewalk ordinance recently passed re quiring all sidewalks and private driveway constructed with concrete and to have same completed by Aug 1 1910 All walks and crossings not construct ed by that date will be let by contract Read the ordinance that you may know because it will be carried out in full Board of Trustees of Town of Columbia A Pleasant Outing lOne of the most enjoyable events of the season was the annual Sunday School picnic held by the Methodist School last Thursday at the Fair- Grounds At an early hour the children and adt wagons them to the scene of the Die net and from early morning until lot in the afternoon pleasure ruled the day During the morning many interesting games were enjoyed by the children in the grove while the older ones participating in tennis baseball wereI From twelve to one oclock be the most interesting hour of the day for bountiful and delicious were the good things spread before the crowd of merry makers The afternoon was devoted to various contests an appropriate prise being awarded to the winner of each contest One of the most spir ited ones was for the ugliest man upon the grounds which was finally won by Bro Currie the prize being a hand mirror The committee on amusements is to be heartily congratulated and thanked for making the day so enjoyable to all present 0 6769 REPORT OFeBANEnAT COLUMBIA IN THE STATE OJ KENTUCKY AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30 1910 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 8104140 Overdrafts secured and unsecur = ed 297130 000d00 87 Banking bouse furniture and fixtures 307500 ere IS 40 reserveR 694326 Checks and other cash items 107 31 Ntes of other National Banks 95500 Fractional paper currencynick 193Yis viz Specie 11 444 00 00ITreasurer 5 per cent ofcir Iculatiou I 1250 00 Totald J 171473 74 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 25000 Surplus fund 7 11 648 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 138130 National Banknotes outstanding 25000 Due to other National Banks Dividends unpaid Thvi Individual depositssubjctt echeck irV i 10 8t Total i 17147374 STATE OF IiENTuc yoJ9S COUNTY OF ADAIB J I EH Hughes Cashier pf the above named bank do solemnly swear above statement is true to the best knowled se and belief E H HUGHES Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd dos of July 1910 G P SMYTHKN1P CoraHuaetoh Expires Jan 24 79h idoRJtJiC Attest yxa l J Dire7storleir JAS PBIA1 hrector L1 Base Ball at Lebanon Last Monday the Columbia baseball team played its first game in a series of ChautauquaTheir ville and they lost the score standing 4 to 1 The News is informed that the awayinmade two wild throws and another one let a ball pass him Campbellsville making three scores The of the game is reported to have been faultless and spirited the two clubs closingThebothsides Woodrum for Columbia struck out eleven men and allowed three hits Wilson for Campbellsville struck out nine men and allowed three hits Springfieled this Tuesday afternoon and the boy phone that they feel like winners Citizens Meeting Sunday Afternoon The usual second Sunday meeting of the Citizens will be held at the courthouse at 330 oclock next Snnday The program will be in the hands of a number of the laymen who will make the hour full of interest to elf who attend The attendance on these meetings in creases and next Sunday should witness the largest and beetof the series Preaching Under The Trees The evening service of the Presbyter ian Chnrch will be conducted under the trees on the lawn of Judge Bakers home on Sunday at 6 p m All are invited to attend For SaleOne good milkcow T M Shearer Columbia Ky Mrs Bettie Ellison D adtAfter a long illness the subject this notice died at her late home ofI Columbia last Sunday night She w about fortyfive years old and was daughter of Rice Pike Her husband Jo Ellison died about one year ago Mrs Ellison was a good Christian wo friendseMarried in Jeffersonville Ezra M Pickett son of W S IIMr this county a cigar maker at Greensburg and Miss Bettie B Lewis daughter of Dr A S Lewis also of Greensburg were married in Jeffersonville last Thursday They were accompanied to Jeffersonville by H A Moss and J V Spaulding The father of the young lady is on a business trip to Birmingham Ala She is- IS years old Mr Walker Bryant exhibited at this office some heads of wheat oats and barley received from his farm in Okla home Each variety of grain shows that it was grown where every thing combine to reach perfection i The oats will yield eighty bushel per acre and the wheata half stand will measure up twenty We were notadvised as to the yield of barley but the heads wer fine specimens of that kind of grain Mr Bryants brother is managing the farm and is highly pleased with the country and bountiful yield of grain He reports corn unusually fine and figures to average twenty barrels on seventy acres He will make 1000 bushel wheat and 2000 bushel oats The entire crop was made without hired help except harvesting Its a good report from agood man in a good country Do not forget that Rev J R Cra ford will preach on the lawn of Jud H C Baker next Sunday afternoon beginning at 6 oclock Remember that the BurkesvilIe Fa will open August 16 This Association invariably entertains A little daughter of Mr and Mrs C R Payne who is at the home of her grandparents Judge J J Simpson and wife fell down a flight of steps last Friday dislocating her collar bone She is gettipg along all right Th Baptist Sunday School will hay e a picnic at the Fair Grounds from 4 and 9 oclock Saturday evening July 16th 00The Paull Drug Co offers a ten dollar gold bracelet to the best lady rider No one is barred The ring comes the third on the program after the noon hour third day A tobacco barn which was the property of Mr Wm Patton Breeding was consumed by fire and eighth D dred pounds of tobacco lost Sunday nightjOrigin of the fire has not been reported r Its impossible to compile ll Jhg naMeS of thetmen ap boys who ejot bythe1t tt f R1 twtf t i i a Caleb Powers Will speak at the following times and places in the interest of his candidacy for Congress r Glensfork Wednesday July 6th 10 a m- Gradyville Thursday July 7th 10 a m 10ra in Cane Valley Saturday July 9th 10 a m Knifley Saturday July 9th 730 p m- Adair County Kentucky July 1910 Mr Powers cannot speak friendsplease provide a building to speak in Chairman Dew berries will soon be ripe Good prospects for a blackberry crop Hogs and cattle are scarce in this county The Glorious Fourth was not celebrated here There is a great deal of fruit one kind and another The whistle of the threshing machine will be heard next week Fishing is fairly good in Russells creek and in Green river Morrison Co have a lot of good dressed lumber which they will sell be Icw the market price for the next thirty days 354t Columbia sent a large delegation to the Lebanon Chautauqua Monday Liberty Fair begins August 24th Preparations are being made for a great show Measles has about disappeared from- Columbia It was prevalent for several weeks There will be a Collie dog show at the Columbia Fair and a nice premium offered Wanted15000 two foot boards for the fair grounds See Allen Walker or Jno B Coffey The new signs just painted for Russell Co gives the building a decided city appearance In todays paper can be found a very creditable statement of the condition of the First National Bank Lightning struck and killed a horse which was owned by John Will Whiten ar Roley a5 daYsagoF The grand jury of Russell county in dieted last week Logan Blair as ac1 cessory to the killing of Taylor Sulli evan Do not forget that a Louisville pro fessional band will make the music for the Columbia Fair August 23rd four days I have a fine Jersey bull Fee 150 at the gate I also have a number of Jersey heifers for sale J B Barbee 324t The premium list of the Adair Coun pagegeattract competition irAn infant child of Mr and Mrs Virgil Henry died in the Suburbs of Columbia last Wednesday morning Interment in the city cemetery The Russell Springs Fair will open Tuesday August 9 and continue four daysIhe Association hangs out an at tractive premium list Columbia Lodge No 230 I O 0 F will meet in the Masonic Hall next- businessThursday evening Important to come before the body Mr John R Royse who died at Rugby this county on June the 24th was a surprise to his friends in this part of the county He was a fine old gentleman and will be greatly missed from his neighborhood Mr J C Sims the wellknown tomb 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 of Work to pegple pf Adair county giving y perfect satisfactibiu HeSrcontiiiWB to solicit the work from this section pffMT State 344f + 7 Z a te I t 2 t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r PREMIUM LIST Columbia Fair August 23rdrFour Days t FIRST DAY TUESD AUG 23fr r CLASS A v v y j 2- k1Best display of apples y v vy l 00 y 2 Best display ofpears v O 6 3Best of I0Qdisplay peaches 44Best display of watermelons t i rIrOQ y 5Best display of cantelopes Jy tOO 6Best display of grapes V r 00r 7Also 8 9 10 and 11 Special by H MbJBeath the Mill man Best half bushel white wheat V7 1 OOi 8Best display of redwheat y h I HOO T 9BestdispIayofoats rr tV M 00y V 10Best 12 ears white corn v tVi L 1 00 11Best 12 ears yellow corn v 1PO 12Best 6 onions I vK t Qa 13 Best 6 sweet potatoes v y yVy 00M 14Best 6 Irish potatoes f V5 100j 15Best 3 heads of cabbage y lU A 00- 16Best tomatoes A A 00 17 Best display of vegetables 1 50l1K 18Best 6 beets V 00 19 Special by Frank Sinclair dealer in general hat V dise jy Best 3 stalks of dark tobacco v y200y 20 Special by Frank Sinclair general merchandise F Jf Best 3 stalks of Burley V i00 f CLASS B AVAyV 4 SHEEP vv3l l 21 Special by Parson Bros Blacksmiths and scientificihorsev shoers Columbia Ky Best buck y5NOovj 22Special by H H Collins dealer in live stock Camp bellsville Ky 4 Best ewe 500 23Special by Elzy Young dealer in lumber and togs Go lumbia Ky Best buck and 2 ewes 5 00 CLASS C v HOGS fru- 24 Special premium by J T Gowdy Liveryman Camp bellsville Ky Best boar one year old andover 17 50 25Special by Jo Russell staple and fancy groceries and Vrv Fountain drinks s Best boar under one year old age considered 5 00 26 Special by Tom Hodgens dealer in wildanimals Cam bellsville Ky Best sow one year old andover y 750 27Special by J E Gowdy dealer in staves and lumber y Campbellsville rj Best sow under one year old age considered 5 00 28Special by A S Chewning breeder and dealer in y high class horses and hogs Columbia Ky y Best sow any age 10 100 29Special by I K Miller and Son farmers and dealers in r Fertilizers Campbellsville Ky 7 Best boar any age lO X0- 030Special by J C Durham and Co dealers and shippers r in all kinds of live stock Campbellsville Ky YfrWt Best sow and 3 suckling pigs 10 00 r ADJOURN FOR NOON CLASS D r K 31 Special by W R Hoskins dealer in groceries andSfresh meats Campbellsville Ky Best phaeton poney 15 hands high or under to be driven by a gentleman accompanied by a lady Style Ipleasant handling and soundness considered 7 50 32 Special by Goff Bros Liverymen Columbia Ky Best saddle mare 4 years old andover soundness con formation manners and action to show 5 distinct gaits walkrack canter running walk fox trot or slow pace 10 00 X33Special by A S Chewning farmer and breeder of fine horses and hogs Columbia Ky Best saddle gelding 4 years old andover same rule as applied to No 32eo o i 0 00I COMBINED HORSESr 34 rStallion mare or gelding any age to be shown in har q y ness and under sadble Soundness manners style form and gaits Each animal must have 5 distinct gaits when under saddle Must have square trot in harness but ex y cessive speed not essential 5000 divided as follows v 1jf o rpiiJ1s1 25 2nd 1500- 3rd 1 1O00 f 35Special by Walker Bryant dealer in lumber and logs f Best double learn regardless of sex or ownership souIidAness pleasant handling fprm style size and gaitex 2 cessive speednot essential v a5t00M t A l st10i 00 2nd 5 00- 36Plug horse race 2 best in 3 bne4halfi mile heats y 2nd lst 1fOQ j7 Feistest mule that never won a race on this track bney v halfrSehefestih3 31st 5 OO ri 2nd 00 ft 7 tI r 11 oTT1I1 r 1 ct J LiS OOND DAyr WEDNESDAY AUG 24 j tt j CATTLE l r CLASS F DAIRY CATTLE I Wl3- 8jrSpecial by M E Jones Veterinary Surgeon Columbia f x Ky A RBest Jersey cow 3 years old andover l p 00 r 1st 75Qrci r2d 2S 39 Special by Walker Bryant dealer in lumber and logs Columbia KyV V y Best Jersey cow 2yearsoldand under3 T v 4 7 00 lst QO y y2d y200 4Q7Best Jersey cow one year old and under two 700 V A1 rist 500 t 5riV2jtfev 200 41Best heifer under old 600Jersey one year p lsuY 400 v 2d V 2 00 42 Special by Young Bros dealers in livestockandgro ceries Columbia Ky J Best Jersey cow any age 10 00 V BEEF CATTLE ABERDEEN ANGUS AND SHORTHORN i 43 Special by Waddell Gilbert painters and decorators yy Campbellsville Ky Best bull two years old and over 10 00 43Best bull one year old and under two vv 7 50 44Best bull under one year old y 7 50 44 Special by Junius Hancock proprietor Hancock Hotel Best cow two years old and overilOfOO 45Best cow one year old and under two 7 50 45Best cow under one year old I yZ50 HERRIFORD AND SHORTHORN x 46 Special by J P Jasper proprietor Columbia Hotel 1Best bull two years old andover y 10 00 46Best bull one year old and under two 7 47Best bull under one year old 5 00 47 Special by G P Smythe real estate and fire insurance agent Columbia Ky Best cow two years old andover 1000 48Best cow one year old and under two H 7 50 48JBust cow under one year old 5 00 SWEEPSTAKESAge to be Considered 49Best bull any age any breed v 10 00 50Best cow any age any breed 10 00 51Best bull and three females any breed owned byone p person or bonafied firm i 25 00 1st 15 00 2dT 10 00 V CLASS G FINE HARNESS HORSES Rulessoundness pleasant handling size style form and gait excessive speed not essential 52Special by S C Neat with Otter Co wholesale Groceries Louisville Stallion four years old andover 15 00 1 1st lOOO 2d 5 00 53Special by J P Jasper proprietor Columbia Hotel 00nthrADJOURN FOR NOON 54 Special by Hugh Richardson liveryman Columbia Ky Stallion two years old and under three OrOO 55 Special by S D Crenshaw veterinary surgeon and den fist Columbia Ky Stallion one year old and under two 10 QO 56 Special by Sandusky Co manufacturers of dressed lumber and colonial columns Columbia Ky Stallion under one year old 10 00- 575Pecial by Junius Hancock proprietor Hancock Hotel Mare or gelding four years old or over 0 QO 58 Special by Geo W Lowe barber Columbia Ky Mare or gelding three years old and under four 0 00 59 Special by Geo E Wilson staple and fancy groceries Columbia Ky Mare or gelding two years old and under three 10 00 60Special by JH Pelley dealer in fertilizers and farm implements Mare one year old and under two 10 00 6lSpecial by V Sullivan with Altcheller Co wholsale r Louisville Kygrocers Mare under one year old 10 00- 62Special by L S Smith owner of Barren Rythmic Best suckling colt any breed season to Barron Rythmic y for 1911worth vlSriOO V CLASS H L r 63 Special by VM Epperson owner of Duke of Adairv Best bred saddle stallion in Southern Kentucky for the best horse colt by Duke of Adair foal ofl910 V6XQ y For the best mare colt by same horse size style form and action considered 6 00 64 Special by Murrell Miller agents for lowest cost old line life insurance Columbia and Campbellsville Ky t Best mare and coIlil 10 OOs 1st 7 50 v VV j 1 m H 250 tzSADDLI STAKE YVf1 65Saddle stallion mare or gelding nye X 100 00 2r istf 5000 j f 2do 3000 y 3d 2abo Five gaited horses to be judged by their soundness con ryi i iformation manners style and action Must show five dis j tinct gaits as follows walk trot rack canter runningwalk foxtrot or slow pace r 66 Special by V M Gowdy Co incorporated dealers inif staple and fancy groceries and manufacturers of hewing tobacco and cigars Campbellaville Ky S 4 Most beautiful team 1000 iiaLtt f SqS r h n A kV IY i r r rADAIR COUNTY TROT 67For green horses actually owned in Adair county not rV later than July the 15th 1910 to be raced according to rules of the national troting horse association mile heatsa2 best in 35000 1st 30 00 2d 20 00 Two or more to start Entries must be m deby August 15th f THIRD DAY rTHURSDAY AUG 25 y CLASS I V MULES 7v All mules to be shown under halter 68Special by Sandusky Co dealers in dressed lumber and Colonialcolumns y Best horse mule three years old andover y 1000- 69Special by J S Stults dealer in lumber and staves CampV 1Ibellsvillsville y Best horse mule two years old and under three 7 50- 70Best horse mule one year old and under two 7 50- 71Best horse mule under one year old 7t00 72 Special by C F Mantz dealer in flour coal and grain Campbellsville Best mare mule three years old andover 0 00 73Best mare mule two years old and under three 750- 74Best mare mule one year old and under two 750 75 Special by Jeffries Hardware Store Columbia KyBest mare mule under one year old 10y 00 76Special by W E Waller and Son dealer in lumber andJco-al Campbellsville I Best pair of mare mules regardless of sex or ownership any age fineness considered shown under halter 10 00x7- 7Special by W L Grady breeder and dealer in high y class horses and owner of Jordan Peacock Best mule colt under one year old season of 1911 to my Jack Highway worth 1oocFfti Sue style and everything considered 4 V CLASS J J f ROADSTER RING i78Special by Hoard Rice dealers in Hardware Campibellsville Stallion mare or gelding four years old andover 15 00 Ii 1st 1000 2d 500O 79Special by Ottley Bottling Co manufactures My Co ca and leading soft drinks Columbia Stallion mare or gelding three years old and under four 1000 ADJOURN FOR NOON C 80Special by W L Walker merchant and breeder of pure V t Aberdeen Augus cattle Columbia ii Double team regardless of ownership or sex speed style y durability and soundness considered 15 00 1st 10 00 t2d 5 00 y CLASS K t 81Most beautiful stallion mare or gelding any age shown nhand beauty and soundness considered 50 00 1st 25 00 i 2d o 15 00 3d 10 00 SADDLE HORSES Soundness conformation manners and action Must have five distinct gaits walk rack trot canter running walk fox trot or slow pace 82 Special by Ottley Bottling Co manufacturers of My Cola Stallion three years old and under four 0 00 83Special by H S Robinson Fire and Life Insurance CampbellsvilleStallion years old and under four 10 OQr y 84Special by Columbia Lighting Co Stallion two years old and under three 10 00 85Special by W L Walker merchant and breeder of Aberdeen Angus cattle Stallion one year old and under two 10 00y 86Special by Hoard Rice Hardware merchants Campcbellsville Stud colt under one year old Q 00 87 Special by Bassett Hardwood Lumber Co dealer in i land logs Columbia and Campbellsville KyfMare or gelding four years old or over 0 00 88Special by W O Gains Liveryman Campbellsville Mare or gelding three years old and under four 10 00 89 Special by J A Whitney representing the Wood Mosa ic Hardwood Lumber Co Coburg and Columbia Ky Mare or gelding two years old and under three 000 90Special by V M Epperson owner of Duke of Adair sT KyBest9 00 91Special by Buchanan Lynn Co Incorporated dealers in hardware Best mare under one year old 10 00 92 Special by C T Walling Co manufacturer of lead ing soft drinks Campbellsville Ky Geo Wilson agent yy Columbia I Stallion mare or gelding any age15r00- V Istv 10QO 00ryy 937iSpecial by Buchanan Lyon Co Campbellsville Ky 4FFinest tumbuti double team decorations not considered 15 00iy 1st 10 00 2nd 5OO 94Specialon Peacocks by W L Grady breeder of fine horses and owner of Jordan Peacock y Best colt either sex sired by Jordan Peacock season to Jordan in 1911 wqrth 15 00 Best moddle stallion mare or gelding any age sired by i tJordan season to Jordan 1911 worth SoO g THOROUGHBRED94t Two year olds owned in Adair Gounty prior to July r y yl the 1stha mile heats two best in three four to start y- y no entrance feet 50 00 7 sv 1stv W vv v v 2riol jisContinuedon TiirdPa a r j Sl ya f iT1 1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 L Na Time Card In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND LEBANONNoNo23 815 am 1004 am 740pmNoNo 93 630 pm 900W NORTHBOUND CRAIN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE 024 548 am 750 am o78732am 1015 am 028 430 pm 655 pm 022 628 pm 815 pm o92 732 am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 are Snnday trains only sr WMORE HOTEL w M tUII1fY10 EPfOpIf FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rat- esGKftDYIHLLe KY IS D CrenshawI Special Attnetfn t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavir or any sur gical work done at fairprices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables LOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILLE STREET Res Phone 29 Office Phone 405 Dr James Triplet Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK It D S Bunbar 2 entist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone Attone Y At Law fJf Will practice in this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky DR M E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia Kentucky IIJSpecial attention given to Dentistry Dis Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes HantThe r Adair County News r AndS pI CourierJournal One Year For 1 150 Daily CourierJournalMonths And The News 175 Subscribe Now j i r M ii r fnIJ J p Columbia FaIr August 234 Days An Attractive Premium List J EXCITING RACES AND INTERESTING RINGS o =0 A Louisville Band of Flusici Continued From Second Page JPOTJRTH DAYF- rDas Aua 20 h r CLASS 0 COMBINED HORSES omoatHorses to be ridden and driven Soundness lion manners and action to be considered Horses three years old andover must show five distinct gaits under saddle Square trot in harness but excessive speed not required 95 Special by Jo Willock manufacturer of Coca Cola Campbellsville Stallion three years old andover r 10 00 96Special by Smith and Flora Hardware MerchantS1 Campbellsville Ky Stallion three years old and under four 1000- 975Pecial by Soloman McKinley agent for Bowkers ferli stallion two years old and under three 1000- 98Best stallion one year old and under two 10 00 99Special by Frank X Merkley Prop the Campbells ville Grist Mills Best stallion under one year old J 10 00 100Special by Sanders and Co Hardware merchants A CampbellsvtlleBest one year old 10 00 101 Special by Jo Coffey Jr representing the mutal Bene fit Life Insurance Co one of the best Best mare one year old and under two 10 00 o2Special by J W Kerr Fire and Life Insurance Camp bellsville Ky Best mare or gelding two years old and under three 10 00 103Mare or gelding three years old and under four 10 00 104Special by Morrison Co Manufacturers of rough and dressed lumber V Mae or gelding four years old and overa OiOO 105Special by Russell and Co merchants y Best gentleman rider i t 10 00 1st 700 2nd 300 ADJOURN FOR NOON 1 CLASS L v 06Special by J R Sanders County Attorney of Taylor County Best mare or gelding any age three gaits walk trot and canter to be judged by conformation soundness manners quality and action 10 00 107=Special by the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Jo Coffey Jragent who writes the most attractive policy in existence J Best lady rider who has not won a premium on the iCpf j lumbia Fair ground UIO 00r BABY SHOW 108Special by Coy E Dudgeon representing the Northern r Poultry and Egg Co Incorporated Columbia Ky Prettiest boy baby under one year old V 5 00 109Special by the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co 4reX r presented by Jo Coffey Jr Pretriest girl baby under one year old i s 5 00 10Best Combined gelding owned in Adair Co prior to July 15th soo IllBest combined mare owned in Adair Co Prior to July i5th c 5 00 1l2 Special by J Q Alexander with Garter Dry good C6vr 4 r Louisville KySBest rockaway mare or gelding any age to be driven to a top vehicle manners style form size andpleasant j handling and soundness 1J30- 0l13Fnest turnout for colored gentleman and lady single rig 5 00 Y j ROAD STAKE fi- J l Soundness style manners speed durability and pleas r janbKandling Stallion mare or gelding any age IOQ 00 Vv 1st 306o- t v 2nd OOO 3rd 20 00LI t J l CONSOLATION 5 115Best Stallionmare or gelding any age shownanyt way r iatrhas notwon anything at this fair v lOOO tf 1st 7 1 O r tjfii Y0fit50 r Tk i iS F Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky reportedJ Madisonville July 195 days Henderson July 265days Lancaster July 273 days Versailles August 34 days Danville August 3 days Berea August 43 days Lexington August 86 days Russell Springs Aug 94 days- Taylorsville August 94 days Uniontown August 95 days Harrodsburg August 94 days Vanceburg August 104 days 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 Elizabethtown Aug243 days Erlanger Aug 244 days Bardstown Aug 304 days Frankfort Aug 304 daysINicholasville Aug 30 Fern Creek Aug 304 days Hardenburg Aug 303 daysI Barboursville Aug 313 daysI Florence Sept 13 days Paris Sept 65 days Hodgenville Sept 63 days TriCounty Fair Sanders Sept 74 days Mayfield Sept 74 days Monticello Sept 63 days Glasgow Sept 284 days Falmouth Sept 284 days Kentucky State Fair Louis ville Sept 126 days nGoes Through Brid SILast week a traction engine belonging to Maupin Bros fell through a bridge on the Lebanon and Campbellsville Turnpike and Ira Maupin who was driving the engine was considerably bruised the engine slightly damaged and the bridge demolished The ac cident happened about 5 miles from Campbellsville near the home of Mr Dave Marshall A force of hands were soon sum moned and after working and tugging for nearly a whole day the engine was taken out not much the worse off for its going down The young man is rI1Pike1Coglad that things are as they are- CampbeUsvilleEnquirer There will be a Collie dog show at premiumtbffered SXsXg JfOur June Clearance Sale I Will be of Intense Interest Carpets Rugs Curtains s Will be sold at a Great Sacrifice Do not Fail I to visit our Big Store if you are in need of I Floor = overings or Pretty Hangingsj I for your Doors and Windows Hubbuch Bros Weilendorff r I 522 524 W Market St I Louisville Kentucky Is XX A Good Farm For Sale Cheap Two Hundred Acres of Land in a good neighborhoodnear two Churches School and Postoffice eight miles from Co 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 section Apply to KentuckyI I FRANK CORCORAN e lI h Grade Marble 9 Granite tCemetery work See before buyI iRepresented by C G JEFFRIES in this and adjoining counties Main Street Lebanon Kyc f+ Mark Twain on liens When Mark Twain was the city editor of the Virginia City Enterprise he brightened up the paper in all sorts of quaint ways Thus now and then he would write the Answers to Correspondents column filling it with paragraphs such as this Dear EditorWhat is the matter with my hens Every morning I find two or three of them laid out cold and stiff on the hencoop floor What treat ment do you advise Poultry It is plain from your letteryourhens are suffering from death This is averv common complaint For it we would prescribe burial Constipation J Cure Free With the first signs ofconstipa tion you resort to the home methods of relief such as hot or cold water on arising lots of stewed fruit with your doIThe majority then start on salts and purgative waters then change to cathar throughtheseall useless so far as permanent results agaInbuta remedy made and intended for the pur pose you are trying to accomplish Such a remedy as thousands can testify is Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which is guaranteed to be permanent in its results Its ingredients are such that by a bowejIwork normally so that in the end you can do away with medicines of all kinds ofSanvillewill Mrs S A Hampton of Portage O To those who are still skeptical there Is a way to prove these assertions without a penny of expense Simply send your name and address to Dr Caldwell and ob iticontinuethedoseeffectivejmoney will be refunded centsimilarIpersonally to give you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family pertaining to the stomach liver or bowels absolutely free of charge Explain your case in a letter and hevvwill reply to you in detail For the free sample simply send your name and address ona postal card or otherwise Tf9f either requ tthe oter8jaddreee is Dr W B CldweH RIW Call well bulk if MoHtktto IH r j k 1 jS TOE LOUISVILLETIMES fOR 1910j BRIGUTERBETTERBIGGER 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 NEWS AND THE LOUlSVILEf TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is printedlanyw IHas the best corps of cores Covers the Kentucky field per fectly Covers the general news fielii4 4 completely Has the best and fullest marA kets reports DEMOCRATIC in po1iticsb f- fair to everybody SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPT TION RIGHT AWAY lTO THISPAPER =not to the Louisville Times r f f r Myr + 4 i rte THEAIAIR COCNT1 NERS- r M l 4KCTAIR COUNTY NEWS 4 Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County News Company INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the in- teresti of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffiqe as sec end class man mattera WED JULY 6 1910 William Edwin Shekle a seven teen year old boy of Memphis Tenn has gonefto try the reali ties of an unknown world He left a note stating that his life had been a failure He then Y7tok the morphine route Dr B C Hyde convicted and given a life sentence upon the charge of poisoning Col Thos HI Swope in Kansas City has been denied a new trialjby the presid ing t Judge The case will go through all the courts before Hyde is taken to the peniten tiary Red Fox Richardson has been Buperceeded as Superintendent of the State Reform School Farm by former Senator W 0 Cole man of New Castle The Prison Commissioners made the change Coleman was a candidate forI Prison Commissioner but with drew from the race Hon John W Daniel Senior United States Senator from Vir 4 ginia and for more than thirty years a favorite son of the old dominion died last Thursday plight He was the oldest Democratic Senator in point of ser vice and the most conspicuous in popular favor He was born and reared in Lynchburg and was jliixtyeignt years old The Cobb direct primary nomi nation bill was killed in the New P York Legislature last Thursday the vote being 80 to 63 Theo dore Roosevelt wvery muchs t in favor of t11 passage jff the measure and urged by letter the adoption of the bin His wishes If were overwhelmingly defeated j Whatever may be the outcome of his first venture in politics since his retirement from the Presi dency he was badly beaten by his own party last Thursday r 1 Holmesw i Miss Ollie Bault who has been quite sick is improving The rain which fell on the 28 f was gladly welcomed Rev Henderson of Summers i ville Kyj preached an interestIing sermon at the home tpTones of this place the third Sunday afternoon Quite a large crowd was present and all Deemed to enjoy the sermon 9preached by Bro Henderson and none more than Mrs Jones for I whose convenience the preaching was arranged she never being able to attend churchtfjss Mrs J J Humphress and i children of Knlfley were visit Ing relatives near Watson Satiir day night and Sunday Mrs Mary Humphress visited SundayjMisses Rosie Jones and Mary k Corbin were the guests pf Misses a Ollie and Fannie Bault Sunday iharleYtjJl I a son MrAmDroseT CaseYsr4 Jie lV v4 C1A j from his home oSunday and was found drowned in the creek Sunday night The bereaved parents brothers and sisters have the sympathy of the entire communityMr Bault and wife visited his brother W S Bault and family Sunday Little Misses Ethel and Verna Henson visitedvtheir grand par ents Mr and Mrs R W Bault Saturday and Sunday Johnson Humphrey and little daughter Bessie Lee and Richard Humphress of Knifiey visited the formers parents Mr and Mrs James Humphrey near Wat son Sunday There was a birthday dinner at the home of 0oW Banks near this place of June the 28th in BensIIRussell Springs Quite a number of traveling men in town last week Mr and Mrs Rounds left the 2nd for an extended trip to Michigan Mrs Blevins Loy is very sick at the Winfrey house The Ice cream supper given by tihs young ladies of the Methodis churchwas certainly a success Irvin Isbell left for Columbia- on the 28th to join the ball team there to play at Lebanon 4thMrs H Stephens is visiting at Roy this week Jude Cart stopped overSun day in our toWn Bro Hulse P E delivered a fine sermon here Friday night Vernon Holt and brother Ves ton Jamestown attended the Ice cream supper Thursday nightThe wholesale grocery is now occupying the building recently vacated by Mrs E Wilson Mrs Ingram is on an extended ed visit to Owen county Mr Charlie Georgy made a flying trip to our town last week 1 Mr Kelly Bell manager of the wholesale Gregory Co was married to Miss Lillie Hurt last Sunday Dr Conover Columbia was in our town last week Longstreet Corn is looking good it seems that we will be well supplied this time The board of trustees met on the 25th of June and hired teachers for the various schools- J W Bradley has had some thing the matter with his eyes V Mrs Ida Hopper is very ill singIIW H Brown has gone to Owensville Ind Rev R Grider is the preacher at Clear Spring this yearIT M Wilson will teach the Clear Springschool again Fe is teacher respected by all pupils IIa his instructions f Miss Rosa Shepherd is visit lingher sick sister Mrs Ida It jS Under oqdthat good citizenship is made up of the very best material and that material is recognized when our best men are elected to office regardless of political offiliation Admitting these facts it is our duty as citi zens of the 11th Congressional district to elect a man who has never been convicted of any heinous crime nor has never had a pardon hungaround his neck I Glensfork The farmers in this section have just finished harvesting the poorest wheat crop they have had for several year It will be remembered that this is just the season at which typhoid fever broke out here last year Every precaution should be taken to fortify against its awful ravages Houses should be screened against the ever present disease carrying housefly All cesspools should be drained and premises thoroughly cleaned up and put in the best possible sanitary condition With every vistage of last years farm products consumed the indications are that feed and food products will be equally as scarce and quite as costly next year as they are now There fore our farmers should glean closely ever remembering that every little bit added to what you got makes up a little bit more Teachers in this vicinity will be located as follows E A Strange Glensfork Robert Mar shall Gum Grove J V Dudley New Liberty Eliza Strange Simpson F E Webb tirigo Grace Dudley Johnson District Mrs 0 B Harvey who under went an operation at the Leban on Hospital some time ago came home a few days ago and isI slowly improving Uncle Dave Willis is very low with consumption S R Taylor who sold his farm rgan1hasIrvin s Store Our farmers are about done cutting wheataverage yield of good quality expected Corn crop is looking well but a little small I J H Smith passed through here to day with his threshing machine He will begin work at FonthillW Hopper has been employed to teach our school Mr Hopper has taught for us before and we are sure to have a good schoolWe learn that our old neighbor Levi B Gosser who killed young Hansford two or three years ago was given two years in the pen Every one thinks this a very light sentence Mr and Mrs Jonas Hammond went to Stanford last week where BC30CJEC3 OO0C3E I DONT BLAME THE lIEN i I g9odaYou can examine Insurance Companies and you can CandleEggs 1 but after all IMI tit best to demand the kind of Insurance that 1 ityou know is good all the time v 4v 1 7 MLJRR L MILL RCoumbiatK Y Sell That jCind V f J 1 tF3f AEEf IAE aejoeiett t f l OOOa 0O0 U U 010 0 OI00 0 Ita 8 e Yarfl1SheS 0 g Y z When Selecting Paints You Should Get g The Best 8 L lit o 0 igitaperfect Paint possessing covering power and durability excelled O by none Every drop in the can is PURE For Exterior and Interior Xwork It has been proven by experience that the best results are se= o cured by the use of Pure White Lead and Oxide of Zinc thoroughly 0 0oo that possesses the most durable properties and the least liability to A cOofOXTexture and beauty of Finish 0 I 00gOOOOOOOOOOOOOOi000000000600the formed on her eye which had troubled her for some time ttfJhThey were accompanied by A W Gadberry and their sofi Dr Hammond Caleb Powers spoke bcre last Thursday to a good sized audience for the place Nearly half were women and Democrats the latter as well as others came through curiosity A very good joke is being told through here which inpart is no yoke on Pow ers While riding by a farm house he accosted a woman in the garden and inquired as most candidates do after the husband who was not about When the husband returned the wife told him about the candidate and said v lie was running for constable On being told who he was she saidshe surely Was not mistaken as he looked about like a man therof for Congress However we Would like to see him nominated as it has been a long time since the llth District was represented by a Democrat This would give one a chance and its coming Work 24 Hours A Day TnebusiestiIittle thing ever made are Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated lobule of health that changes weakness into strength lang uor into energy brainfag into mental power curing Constipation Headache Chills Dyspepsia Malaria 25catPaulI Drug Co A iirsbciiiYlouiayjlle bWdhas been wiSj employed to make the music the Cb 3uihbia Fair All whoattend may ex pcctto be entertained Augujst 23rd four days j u SVI Table supplied With the Best the Market Affords Meals 35c MILLEN HOUSEM D MILLEN CO Proprs Located on Railroad Stone square east of L N Station Lebanon Kentucky t O oa- Binders u I n Mowers Qoz OCO Rakes Twine J o n iu The Famotis U 0 0 11Deering Machine None better as Everyone who is up on Har = U vesting Machines can Testify We have a- Largeo Stock on hand Prices Right 0 U Buggies Harness Saddlesand a General Line jofc Hardware See puipr Goods and Get O ji y fr f 0Our PricesI S yt SJORElbdI J r IITt THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSq u 5 y YYYYLLiYCY iiYYi7i7CYYYYY f tttLt PERSONAL tfCCtUtC Ut C1 tRltJt MrHE r Moore Russelb county was here Monday 1 I eqrowasMr A G Norris Lomsyifie was here a Sew days ago f I Mr George Rosenfield has returned to his home in Smiths Grove Mr Luke Parks is very sick at the 1home of Mr John Morrison Miss Katie McGee of Horse Cave is visiting Miss Virgie Tupman Missy Agnes Conover is attending the Taylor County Teachers Institute Mr T R Stults who is an Auditors agent pent Sunday with his family at home 1 Mr Reed Shelton who is in College atMaryville Tenn returnedhmelast week T Miss Elizabeth Pratt of Shelbyville is visiting at the home of Mrs Georgia Shelton spendIingtauqua 4 Mr Fred Myers and wife returned from a visit to Hustonyille st Sunday afternoon Misses Annie Farris and uliaPenick CaneValley visited Miss Ethel Jack man last week Mr J H Smith a prominent mer- chantk and miller of Font Hill was here last Friday Mr J I Hendrickson of Roley one of Adair Countys best citizens was in Columbia a few days ago Mrs W R Littrell and Miss Julia Penick Cane Valley were shopping in Columbia a few days ago Mr and Mrs T J Henson and their little son Howard of Dulworth visited the News office a few days ago Mr S C Neat had to remain at home last week on account of measles being in his family of children Mrs Jo Russell and her little son Jo Jr left Friday morning on an ex 1tended visit to McHenry and Greenville Ky Mr R M Bradshaw Circuit Court Clerk of Jackson county visited his cousin Capt W W Bradshaw last week Miss Lola Vaughan adopted daughter of Mr and Mrs J T Vaughan Campbellsville visited Mesdames Bas sett last Thursdaynd Friday Mr John A Harris and Herbert Smith witnessed the game at Lebanon Ernest Harris starteed but got sick at Campbellsville and returned home Miss Laura Jackman of near Creels boro visited relatives in Columbia the first of the week She was accompanied by her cousin Mr M 0 Jackman Dr R Y Hindman and Mr Fred Hill spent Sunday in Louisville On their return they spent Monday and l Tuesday at the Lebanon Chautauqua- Mrs B W Todd and her little son of Enid Okla who visited Mrs Todds parents Dr W F Cartwright and wife left for their home last Thursday Mr W R Myers and wife Mr W H Wilson and wife Mr Bruce Mont RowekquaNellie f daughter of Mr and Mrs W M Lindley of Louisville Ky is spend ing the summer months with her cous ins Mr and Mrs J T Barbee Jr of this city Mr Porter A Strange of Jacksboro Texas who spent two weeks very pleasantly with relatives and old friends in Columbia left on his return trip last Friday morning Miss Virgie Tupman who has been conducting a millinery business at Fay ettville Tenn returned home a few days ago She visited at Horse Cave t before returning home Mr Leonard Jones of Hart county is visiting relatives and friends in Co lumbia He informs the News that his father is thinking seriously of buying a farm and removing to Adair county Mr J T Goodman came over from Rowena last Wednesday Thursday He reported that returningI man was improving rapidly he thought she would be able to come home in about four weeks Mr C H Orto and Mr E L Can tril the former from Chicago Ill the latter from Campbellsville made a trip to Columbia last Wednesday They are y connected with the Armour Co a branch house being located here Misses Alice and Ella Walker Jennie McFarland Katie Murrell Myrtle Myers Fannie Jones Florence Epper son Mary Triplett Mollie Flowers Mabel Atkins Mary Miller Bess Holla Amanda Butler and Ida Todd are youhgf ladies who left foi the Lebanon rChautauqua Monday mornIng Miss Maja Eudaley of Nebo Hop kins county arrived M JdltJight and V vv rilli ii v SV v w- n m7171 nv r 171 Ian 1 CiiC 7i 71 m 71 itC iii II rCLEARANCE err w C IAT J I1- MRSIRussell Springs Kly 710 EnEitiiatGreatly Reduced Prices iiC I tt7CtpKurnishtheTradewithEverythingKeptmaGener I EalStore Remember that if yah are in need of SJofh ir v Goods now is the Time to Purchase v I have an Elegant Line of Ladies Fine Shoes and4Ey Myv ir n I t Prices it fo v yr Ali i k v iii e w L m I I 7K 1 i1C nnCm nCiiCn Cmmn mm i1Cmnn will visit her sister Mrs B M Cur rie several weeks Mr S C Neat is reported quite sick Mr LIndsey Snow and Mr Orville Holt Russell Springs were here Sun dayFMr and Mrs WA Willis were visit ing relatives at this place several days of last week Miss Winnie D Dohpney left Thurs day for an extended visit to Bradf ords ville and McKinney Mr L L Rounds and wife pfa Russell Springs were here Sunday en route to Michigan to visitfYelatftes Additional Locals The gap in the concrete walk in front of Mr Scott Montgomerys property has been closed making the pavement complete from the public square as far out as Bomar Heights extends Mr J P Beard having completed his walk last week The woodwork of the Christian church is to be repainted Messrs Waddle Gilbert who are making headquarters at Campbellsyille will do the work FOXES WANTED Red and G r6y Foxes S200 to 250 SQuirrels 50 to 1oo OOhs 75 to 125 And Express Send name of your express office in first letteiicwr HODGEN 4Box 232 Campbellsville Ky I PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W H C Sandidge Ebinezer F J Barger Mt Pleasant ZIT Williams Columbia J R Crawford Columbia J A Johnston Gradyville J H Rood Milltown J F Turner Red Lick W J Levi Trammels creek B M Currie Columbia S P Stappf Providence T E Ennis Greensburg W S Dudgeon Milltown Napoleons Grit Was of the unconquerable neversay die kind the kind that you need most when you have a bad cold coughor lung disease Suppose troches cough syrups cod liver oil or doctors have all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Discovery Satisfaction is guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of hopeless sufferers It mas ters stubborn colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages lagrippe croup asthma hay fever and whooping cough and is the most safe and certain remedy for all bronchial affections 50c and 100 Trial bottle free at Paull Drug Co Mr Jeff Parson of this place was married to Miss Bessie Johnson in Jet fersoriville lnd two week ago Mrs Parson is a native of Missouri The couple are now boarding in this town but will begin housekeeping as soon as Mr Parson completes his residence The name of the young Metcalfe county girl who left Edmonton with a showman is Verdia A Hamilton in stead of Wilson as we reported last week Her father with an officer caught her at Greensburg and returned home with her Mr A W Tarter will leave in a few days for Cleburne Texas having received word that his uncle W M Tar ter who is 82 years old was lying very low j Mr Floyd Wright of Liberty has accepted a position with the Columbia Bottling Co and entered upon the discharge of his duties last week MrBronston Kenne of Frankfort- and Mr Leslie vWoodrum of Liber are playing with the Columbiafteam bisseai Il ilho 1f r lIbelonged to the late Pascal Willis died at Glen ville last Saturday He is re ported to have been an honorable man Mr Irvine Isbell Russell Springs has been employed in the store of W H Wilson The indications point to a bountiful corn crop in Adair count- yLOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer 675725 Beef steers 850600 Fat heifers and cows 00625 250S751Canners Feeders i 400525 Stockers 275500 Choice milch cows 35004500 Common to fair cows 15003500 HOGS Choice 165 to 200 920 Mediums 130 to1651 945 Pigs 840 Roughs 850 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best iambs i 750800 Culls 5 506 50 Fats eep 400550 GRAIN Wheat 125 Corn i h 01 100 Local Markets The following is the Local Market given by S H Grinstead Co today Eggs J 15 Hens 10 Chickens V 14 Cocks 4 Turkeys 6 to8 Geese Ducks 61 Wool clea1tgr ease 20 to 22 Wool washed t28 to 30 Hides green i 6 to 7 Hides dryyr vv15tp 18 Feathers 35 to 40x Ginseng V v 5 to 5 15I Bees wax 25 to 28 Try A Sack Of EVERY SACK GUARANTEED GEO E WILSON EXCLUSIVE DEALER FOR COLUMBIA KY I also keep a full stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries and aska share of your patronage 1 UNDERTAKERS We are prepared To FUrnish Undertakers Goods t i and Embalm Call or Write Usj tHE BUCHANAN LYON GO Incerperated t OXMP BELLSVILLE KENTUCKYa r i t t 1r t k V t f rqJW rql I I t Summer I 1 Bargains I a IWe have in Stock a Big Line of Slippers that Iwe are going to sell at cost and some will go ILess Than Cost 1 JIon Ties Summer Underwear Suits I = and Odd Pants some will go at COST 1 We have on our second floor Clothing Furniture ana Carpets r We will sell you Furniture at Reduced Prices i IIon us BARGAINS IIAll persons who expect to enter the High School must be at the Superintendents office on the 22d and 23d of July and stand examinations Attention is called to Crawford Bros dissolution sale of Jersey cattle at Lebanon Thursday July 14 published on our third page Mr Frank Sinclair has installedsev eral new box glass counters which adds materially to the interior of his store room People from all sections of Adair county went to Lebanon Chatauqua Monday to witness the ball game Campbellsville against Columbia IElds Z T Williams andM R Gab a series of meetings atI Smiths Chapel Monday night- OwensbS The health of the neighbor hood is not very good The farmers are getting along nicely with their crops and the propects are good Wheat cutting is the order of the day and indication are for about a half crop Rev C M Deener delivered a very interesting sermon at Mt Vernon last Sunday Mr Guinn Bradshaw of Montpelier was here recently buying ing sheep f The Sunday school at Bethel is getting along nicely Miss Tina Haynes who resides in Mo is at homeon a visit lIrlL L Owens our merchant at this place hasshipped 7000 pounds of mayapple and still buying Aunt Naney McFarlan Mrs Belle Lawless Mrs Zona Burton and Ofis jffolt are numbered with theo sick Pf tY 2f III Dissolution Sale OF CRAWFORD BROTHERS 2 ST LAMBERTtJJftli Ty r JERSEY IH HERD 5 w i andiJ Cows 1910iAT LEBANON KY Bginningat One Oclock p m sharp Every Jersey owned by the Crawford Brothers will be sold This includes the magnifi had of Pure St Lamberts reserved from our sale last fall Added to these will be a number of great Dairy Cows purchased last winter to retain our milk trade Also 1 nine horse power Hagan portable Gasoline Engine and portable Vilder Whirlwind Ensilage and Fodder Cutter For catalogue write CRAWFORD BROS Lebanon Ky 11 Mr Willis Helm died June 15 He was laid to rest in the James town cemeteryu The new babies in this commu nity are too numerous to men tion r- Mrs Julia Collins visited Mrs S E Woliord one day last week Mr John Stearman been in Texas for the past sevenI teen years was here the other withd old friends a d neighbors J tCfyf0 T Mrs Mary Long and Mi s Mak if 0 1 tfir lJ i 2 lie Murray were the guests of Mrs M L Owens recently Uncle Flem Carter is very feet ble at this writingJSeveralI from here attended they Childrens Day at Oak Grove last Sunday and report a large crowd and nice time There was a large crowd atK tended court at Jamestown nat withstanding the busy inebfyear v Mrs Liza Whe t visit dAunto j lashweekt f4 ib tIr- f n iiI r g THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS 2 4 + 4 e ts t Iteblett 13ttos 116 E mat ket St Bet 1st fit Brook o Liouisville Kentucky Get oure Quota + tion 0 OD oF L OOD 3FENCE Be m you buy We Will S aye you e+ MONEY s + E s o U Pres J Pres DIETZMAN Sec- 1889 IN Sheet Iron Tank Work S9 JOBBING WORK livGKia BLINDS omS4 oo IRON IAA trwR Wine Cttt1eity Guns IL Telephone 2167 Both Phones HARDW COCKE W T fyne Mill Supply Co INCORPORATED VHliliWRIGJ4TS mIGF1I141STS DEALERS ENGINES BOILERS SAW MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLSII1301 THIKTeeNTHWftlH SMOKESTACKS and SOLICITED MATE ESTABLISHED All Kinds of Machinery KAalr d I I + + 44 o soeo+ eoo+ e ee eeaeeeee uti eo 0 tiE 0 It COf4PllliV e i i j j i Etc II Largest Sash and 1 Door House in the South o o Send your orders to us for prompt shipment themo t I iEvL1 HUGHES INCORPORATED GO WAGON Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns Porch Material Stair Work Interior Finish Wholesale 211215 E Main Street i LOUISVILLEKY J o e e + wwv lCww vwvie iC L I 7K I I lCr7iCmii7N S Fifth Avenue Hotel mrC PIKE CAMPBELL MGRw7f 7K Refurnished Redecorated and e I fEmodied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu Convenient to Wholesale fand Retail Districts t Churches and wTheaters N FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE C FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS gip m iLouisville Kentucky 7i niinmiiCr 71 7lCR tInCm1 I rn K nr non aVw 11I V rtI siwvi riw vv Wm I n tCiivn7- rw 7f K j 711 = j I j1 7C 1 etc IT COSTS NOTHING l 1crPropertyi nv 3lE WITH 3fE 7l- 7i Q Paul Smythe Lawyer i SRAEL ESTATE AGENT xi f TK E Columbia Ky K ii rii 3K t 1 Yr wish to Buy or Sell call on Him E Viitficein GarnettlBuiding over Post Office7KTown Propcrtyland Farm LandsIFor Sale r Sri w r1 iThe Adair County News and CourierJournal 1BQthOneYear for 150 t j J Columbia District Fourth Round Russe1 Springs Coffeys chapel July 23J- amestown Jamestown July 34Glensfork Greenbriar July 6 West Monticello Mt Pleasant July 910M- onticello Meadow creek July 1011Clinton PineGrpve July 16 117 Albany July 17181Albany Liberty 2324 Peytonsburg Poplar Grove July 26 Burksville Grider July 30 Renox Providence Julv 21 Aug 1- Thurlow Ladys chapel Aug 67Campbellsville circuit Roach ville Aug 9- Greensburg Hodges chapel Aug 1314 Mannsville Manns ville Aug 2021 Campbellsville Sta Aug 21 22 Columbia and Tabor Tabor Aug 2728- Cane Valley Milltown Aug 2829- Spurlington and Early Union Ridge Sept 3 4 West Tompkinsville Sept 10 11 Temple Hill Sept 13141 Tompkinsville Sept 1718 Gradyville Pleasant Ridge Sept 2425 T L Hulse P E Remedy for Potato Blight An effectual remedy for potato blight has been found in bor deaux mixture which consists of four pounds of copper Sulphate and five or six pounds of fresh lime in sixty gallons of water This remedy is also ef sectual against what is known as the early blight which attacks the early varieties while the late blight seldow appears before the 1st of August and does not attack the late kinds unless they are planted late in the season This muxture can be used in con nected with Paris green or ar senate of lead for the potato beetle The arsenical article is especially valuable as it does not burn the foliage and adheres so firmly that it is not easily washed off by rain From observations at the experiment station Geneva N Y Prof John Craig finds that pink rot in apples is found together with apple scab and measures which prevent scab prevent the pink rot Both these diseases give most trouble in rainy seasons When scab is prevalent a late spraying will pay Cold storage c ecks both pink rot and scab on the fruit but they will develop under common storage The main point is to spray thoroughly for apple scab especially if the season is a moist one Ills Last Joke The following incident occurred at a Liverpool bar the other night says a London exchange There were three men stand ing iat the bar when a peddler entered and called for a drink The manager was just leaving the premises at the time but spotting the peddler he whispered to the other customers that he would play a trick oh him by giving him a bad two shilling piece tfd i l LOIOIOTOIOIOI roioioioi 1 ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR f If so we can furnish anything you may need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof = ing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns of every description Our stock of Siding Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould ing is manufactured from Dry Lumber t We can furnish any material needed In our line and keep the largest and best assorted stock of Finishing Material of any firm in this section of the State r Phone 44 SANDUSKY COMPANYCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY Going up to his viceim he pur chased a knife Oh never mind the change Im in a hurry he said as he rushed out of the bar The peddler scrutinized the coin and with a merry twinkle in his eye ordered drinks all round The managers wife supplied the refreshments called for and taking the bad two shilling piece handed over the change The peddler then departed He never played any more tricks The Baseball Schedule The schedule for the ball games to be played during the coming Lebanon Chautauqua follows Tuesday June 28 Willow Springs vs LebanonWednesday June 29 Lebanon vs Campbellsyille Thursday June 30 Springfield vs July 1 Campbellsville vs July 2 Perryville vs Leb anonMonday July 4 two games Morn ingLebanon vsElizabethtown After noonColumbia vs Campbellsville Tuesday July 5 Columbia vs Spring fieldWednesday July 6 date held open in case of rain on previous days Tuesday July 6 Lebanon vs Colum bia Friday July 8 date held open in case of tie Old Time Summer Those who deplore the passing of the old time summer should lookup the records of the year 1816 and note what happened then 1816 was called the year without a summer There was a frost in every month of the year January and February were mild March was blustering and raw at the end of April theiwere im p as winter In May the wondering buds and young plants were nipped ere they were aware the corn was annihilated by an ice sheet that formed to the thickness of half an inch In June snow fell three inches deep in New York and Massachusetts and the destruction of growing things begun in May was disas trously completed On the 5th day of July ice as thick as a window glass was a common phenomenon in Pennsylvania and in August there was ice half an inch thick Pennsylvania farmers were compelled to pay 4 to 5a bushel for corn for next springs planting Winter seemed to set in during the lat ter fortnight of September from that time forward ice and snow were no time lacking Many persons are quite ready to ascrible to Halleys comet what they deem the singular climatic conditions They think May t TVA 1910 was a much coder month than usual As a matter of fact the temperature chart from May 1 through Memorial day shows an excess of 17 degrees above the normal with a total of 551 degrees since the beginning of the year Ex IThe Vegetable Garden Has your farm garden brought in the returns which you hoped If not why not Is it too large andnot worked intensively enough Or is it too small and not sufficient to take up all the labor that can be given to it No garden should be larger than can be worked to the utmost degree of economy of workers and ma terials On the other hand if it is too small for your needs or to bring you the profit which can be earned by the labor at hand you are losing good opportunity says Up to Date Farming I have always advocated for the farmer two vegetable gardens one in service and the other be ing grown to soiling crops in order to restore and retain fer tility If you now have but one garden plan the laying out of an other one for the coming sum mer Plan to break it up and put it in growth of a good le gume such as cow peas or one of the clovers to be plowed down after it has a growth of one year while in bloom This will enable you to take the old garden in hand and let it lie fallow a year and then give it cover crops for three years when it will be ready for its turn You need also to do some plan ning as to what you will grow in your garden A farmers gar den should not do less than keep up his table the year round by paying the storebills and it can be made to do more when good prices prevail under equity meth odsWas the last years garden a success Did your markettake well to what you offered it Did you grow some of the finest novelties and new things and of fer them for high prices If not the remedy is to arrange for those things which will find the readi est market at the best prices and make you peel that it has been worth while to have a gar den Do your planning and the womenfolk should be in the planning for a very large portion of the work and much of the responsibility will fallto them Ex Notice All accounts due July 1st Please come in and py Us we needithe money V 34 2t VH B Inr niiSoMK tl The Medical Society The Adair County Medical Society will meet in Columbia on Friday July 15 1910 The change has been made to Friday to accommodate some doctors who want to attend the Masonic Lodge on Friday night The program will consist of papers on the program be fore and from sickness and other causes they were not read Wm Blair has a paper on the use of Medical Societies Sam TaylorShouldwe leave our regular business to attend Medical Society WF CartwrightThe present status of the Medical Profession W R GrissomHow can we improve the interest in our Society Voluntary papers will be read by other members of the Society Important cases will be reported by several members and discussed by the members Dont forget the change in time from the 2nd Thursday to the 3rd Friday Let every member be on hand let us have a good meeting Dr Hammond the Councillor from his dis from his district has promised to be here and give us a helping hand W F Cartwright W R Grissom Committee- U L TaylorI Wanted 15000 two foot boards for the fair grounds See Allen Walker or Jno B Coffey Now we behold a beautiful ex ample of how the new Circuit Judges bill about which The Times heretofore made a few re marks The law which be came operative Monday June 13th requires every Circuit Judge to act as special judge in districts other than his own when appointed by the Governor and when he is not engaged in hold ing court i n his own district Judge WP Sandidge is the first judge to act as special judge un der this law He was sent to Elizabethtown the very day the law became operative Judge Chelf of that district being in capacitated b y sickness The term lasts for three weeks Now the following Monday Judge SanV didge had to go to Franklin to hold the regular June term of the Simpson Circuit Court and of course another judge had to be sent to Elizabethtown in his stead The inconvenience and confusion arising from these courtsIsive to litigants We hardly be lieve it is worth an additional tax of 40000 a year on the peo ple and from the expressions we have heard we are satisfiedI that an overwhelming majority of the people themselves feel the same way about itTodd County tTimes Mr J C Sims the wellknown tombstone 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 of work to people of Adair county giving perfect satisfaction He continues to 1Statef THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS T Why Suffer Are you one of the thousands of women wHo suffer from female ailments If so dont be discouraged go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wins of Cardui On the wrapper are full directions for use During the last half century Cardui has been c remedyfordependedTake CARD UI 334ItMrs Charles Bragg of Sweetser Ind tried Car ui SHe writes Tongue cannot tell how much Cardui has done for me Before I began taking Cardui I could not do a days work I wouldwork awhile and lie down I shall always give praise to your medicine Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES McGaha Harvesting is about over and wheat is better than was ex ected Considerable sickness in this community Jordan Burton and Dennis Grimsley are among the sickWhy not come and have a good time at Bearwallow the 4th of JulyThe first term of the Pleasant View school closed on the 24th The second term opens the first Monday in August The pupils of the Pleasant View school passed the following resolutions 1st We thank our friend Mr Frank Burton for getting up the singing at Hutchisons tschool house and the interest he took in getting us conveyed there2nd We thank our friends who took part in the singing 3rd We thank the good peo ple of Hutchisons school house for the sumptuous dinner served Considering everything it was spentKUncle Zach Burton has left McGaha and gone back to live with his son Sam We are expecting a good time at Pleasant View Sunday morn ing I M Grimsley and class will meet and sing They will march to Oak Grove in the after noon and sing as they go Ashland III Farmers have been very busy for the past three weeks plow ing their corn Hands are very scarce The farmers are going to town and getting all the town boys they can find They are Peraday for hands Wheat will not make more than half a crop The fly isso bad Oats are looking fine now This has been a very cold Spring and stuff dont grow Very fastOur r roads are almost as level- sa a house floor Well I would like to know how my old friend W G Ellis is getting along with his chicken peddling and courting Jn Some of the farmers are stilll f t feeding hogs and cattle They nextwmonthThere will be a big horse show f f Ythe16 was here with his fine string of horsesWe get the News every Fri day and enjoy reading it very muchWill write again I will close for this time Respectfully Jasper Doss Nell Misses Mary and Jewell Mann of Curtis are visiting relatives at this place and Red Lick Mrs Bunch Price and three children of Childress Texasare spending a few days with the family of F P Kinnaird at Red LickJ R Bell made a business trip trip to Edmonton last Friday Rev CJB Glaize of Edmon ton filled his regular appointment at East Fork and this place last Sunday The Southern Amusement show gave a show at this place last Saturday night A large crowd was out and all enjoyed it fineA little son of Mr and Mrs H P Bell who has beeen seri ously ill for several weeks is greatly improved at this time Miss Flora Moss who was con fined for several weeks with measles has recovered and is now able to be out Misses Delpha Vera and Ger trude Kinnaird attended the show here Saturday night from Red Lick Mr J H Mann Edmonton spent Sunday at this place Quite a number from this place attended the Dedication at Ed monton last Sunday The ax handle factory which has been located at this place for the past two years was moved to Red Lick recently- J R Bell sold to Filmore Sparks last week one yearling calf for 1750 The farmers are getting along nicely with their crop A large crop of corn and tobacco has been put out Sano The farmers of this community are very busy harvesting Wheat is very good in this section The health of this community- is very good at present with the exception of Mr Robert Hill who is a victim of heart trouble Mr T W Bryant is having a good trade The meeting at Mr Robert Atchleys new church house last Sunday was very largely attended The lecture given by Mr Dean ws very interesting Q 55U Ozark Miss Effie Montgomery who has been sick for a long time is reported better at this writing Several young folks from this alIIIhouse last Sunday and reported fine singing and plenty to eat Wheat harvest is in full blast- at this writing and the yieldwill be much better than reported Miss Sarah Lou Bryant was- the guest of Miss Rutha A Bryant last Sunday The singing at White Oak the 3rd Sunday was a success There will be singing at Sul phur Well near Cray Craft the first Sunday evening in July Every body invited to come Born to the wife of J W Roy June the 18th a son Ray monMr W 0 Bryant is able to be againMr Turpin is at home from Terre Haute Ind Mark Wilson lost a valuable milk cow a few days ago Mrs Mollie Hurt visited her parents near Joppa last week Otho Bryant has been visiting relatives at Esto for the past few days W C Bryant attended the singing at Grassy Springs Sun dayW T Collins will be at home from Indiana July the 2nd Will Rosenvelt Endorse Taft Those who believe Theodore Roosevelt will not indorse the Taft administration are increas ing in number There is much new circumstan tial evidence to sustain this view In the first place the exPresi dent has accepted an invitation to be the guest of honor at a din ner to be given in New York on June 22 by Robert Collier the publisher of the magazine which has been carrying on such relent less warfare against Ballinger and Taft administration It is contended by the insurgents that Mr Roosevelts action in agree ing to be the guest of the publisher was equivalent to putting the mark of his approval on the campaign against the Taft cabi net member Roosevelt has signified his in tention of meeting Representa tives Fish of Massachusettsand Murdock of Kansas soon after his arrival on American soil Both are insurgents But the regulars persist Roose velt is with them Vice Presi dent Sherman in his recent ad dress before the Citizens Industrial Association at St Louis said Roosevelt will undoubt edly make several speeches during the campaign and in these speeches he will indorse the tariff law and will indorse Mr Taft in every particular The Republican Congressional committee is sending this view of the sit nation to papers in all parts of the country although there is nothing to justify it To the writer the signs of the times read that Roosevelt cannot afford to indorse the Taft administration The price the exPresident would be compelled to pay for such an indiscretion would be a large portion of his present popularity From the standpointof the historian such a finale his career would do great damaged vj tJ J President Taft has worked hand Canno-n and the exposed and dis credited Ballinger Roosevelt cannot indorse without indorsing Tafts associates in the govern ment Indorsement of this crowd would be even more than the great popularity of Theodore Roosevelt could stand The Taft administration is dis credited with the country at least to the exent that it is domi nated by men like Aldrich who in turn are dominated by the greedy corpate interest has made Aldrich s cause his own The President is undoubtedly being fooled Just keep cool and stick by Aldrich he is being advised by men like Guggenheim Stephenson of Wisconsin cousin and Lodge of Massachusetts The feeling against Aldrich will soon blow over and then the grumb ling against the administration will turn to hearty commendation The President apparently believes this brand of philosophy He is sticking to Aldrich He is waiting hoping that the time of adverse public sentiment will changeBut will not adandon Boss Aldrich indeed he could not if he would Therefore the cause of the Presidencies as much a lost cause as is that of Aldrich ExPresident Roosevelt has never made it a practice to champion causes that are lost and it is almost impossible for the in surgents to believe that he will begin at this late day A Glorious and Safe Fourth Dynamite is not essential to patriotism but neither is total abstinence from fireworks necessary to a sane Fourth says Womans Home Companion for June Washington for instance had in 1909 a muncipal fire works display conducted by ex perts lasting two hours witnessed by forty thousand people and will have another this year The money was subscribed by business men fireworks bought of a firm willing to send men to set them off and the exhibition held in an open space where no damage to life nor building could nor did result An automobile parade with prizes was arrang ed by a local newspaper boat clubs held regattas and a genera exodus for a picnic day and a day in the country occurred For those who had a mind for it patriotic assemblies were held the Declaration read and music played its part And Washing ton found it worth while as Tole do has and Chicago and Cleve land New York City joins the procession this year There will be no going back to the old ways The new way has been tried and found admirable What Washington has done on a large scale you in your family and in your neighborhood can do with equal effect You may not be able this first year to change public sentiment in your community but you can change it in your own circle And if you cannot persuade your friends to choose the right course with you at least you can do this much for them Show them this page Make them understatd the nature of the danger they f ceaAbove all tell them that if your words and the words of their trusted physician have no weight on the question of denying fireworks t rg oo oooca ocx ooo cx oo oo ooooc oorca ct r I e GOURIERuJoURNALt HENRY WATTERSON Editor Ia National Newspaper Democratic in 1 tpolitics It prints all the news without I fear or favor The regular price is 100 s a year but you can get the WEEKLY R COURIERJOURNAL I AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEflS BOTH ONE YEAR I ero I I riIpapernota Daily CourierJournal Yr 600 l cuteSunday CourierJournal Yr 200 1 U rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this a e- rWoodson I XXxxx Eo i I Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker Birdsell flilburn j = =Wagons t A carload of Oliver Chilled Plows A carload of Disc Harrows A car load o- fCultivatorsII One= Horse Corn Corn Planters Drills andI Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade I0IME SALT AND CEMIE jry A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L N R R Woodson LewisTheMerchantGreensburgKy t tIPrivileges For Sale ti The Russell Springs Fair privileges will be sold to the highest andjtest bid den on Saturday July 2d at 130 oclock nii Right reserved to reject bide Ip Robert Ingram Sec y 1 r Timbered Land For Sale r jfr ifIt with atayef saw and tie stuff illf tSR TJvBaker Amandaville K ytS5r y it if tTTII THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville t Mr J L Durham of Greens r iit BurgWas Here Fiidaylooking- for cffiivi rx v Plenty of hot weather this weekJ We had a fine rain last week Some few of our farmers have stacked their wheat John Cummings o f Sparks Jville is here this week at work- f on a threshing machine JCharlie Diddle is spending a few days at Lebanon this week Miss Mable Hindman returned from Columbia the first of the week Mr Hugh Noe and son of Cb lumbia passed throuuh here one day last week en route to Sul phur Well 7Miss Mary Triplett of Columbia l visited Miss Mollie Flowers t 6f our city last week Rev J R Crawford of Co r lumbia filled his regular ap poititment at Union last Saturday tight and Sunday with a very interesting discourse Mr Geo H Nell lost several sheep last week by dogs This is the third time the dogs have been in his flock v Mrs J A Diddle was on the sick list a day or so of last week Mr Woody Henderson return ed from Greensburg last week where he spent several days with Mr Jacob Nelson who has been confined to his room for several weeks from a hurt which he re ceived at a mill Our school will begin here in a few days and will be taught by Mrs J W Walker and her sis ter Miss Holladay It goes with out saying that we will have a good school fpr we have exper ienced teachers Everybody start your children at the begin fling Mrs Ella Y Robertson who has been confined to her room for several weeks with a compli slcation of diseases is improvingI at this time As gains enough strength she will leave for some noted healthre sort There was a great effort on the part of our farmers last week af ter the good rain to get tobacco plants enough to finish trans planting their crops So far as we have been able to learn every farmer in this section got through settingMr Curt Stephens who lost his arm several weeks ago we are glad to note has improved Jl enough that he is able to be at his fathers and walk around on tl the farm He is able to be up most of the time We trust that it will only be a question of a short time until he will be well again V Miss Eva Walker of Columbia t spent a few days last week vis iting her relatives at this placeI Her father and mother joined her the latter part of the week and raU returned home r ouris exactly ij how to farm has in cultivation f tSYthis year on his farm thirty acres Jiof tobacco Your reporter has lf riot had the pleasure of seeing all Lofthis growing crop but we take it from what we have heard that J Henry Sneed one of his hands has one of the the finest crops of tobacco in this county not excepting the Sparksville r growers Come down and look rfor yottrselvefi and if you can beat Mr Sneeds crop the cromo is yours and nothing more to say r Geo H Nell who has tbeen in the stock business iora number of years and is well known inthis and adjoining coun ties has turned his attention altogether to farming He in formed your reporter a few days ago that he had in cultivation this year fifty acres of corn and twenty acres of tobacco and we understand from people and repassing his farm passingI growing crop is looking especially his tobacco It is a- very common occurence to see twelve and fifteen hands at work on Mr Nells farm It is a thing of the past to see George Henry down in towl unless he is on business strictly We have not had the pleasure of seeing Mr J M Wilson for the past few days but we under stand he is getting along allright and is ableto be up most all the timeJ F Pendleton is on the mar ket for a carload of lambsand veal calves at the market price 8Dulworth f The health Of this community is very good at this writing Mr Foster Ingram and wife of Cane Valley attended church at Mt Carmel last Sunday Miss Harriet Bridgwater is still on the sick list Miss Nellie Tarter of Colum bia spent several days last week with the family of J B Bea d Mr J W Russell and wife of Coburg attended church at Mt Carmel last Sunday- B F Biggs and wife visited J W Conover and family last Sunday afternoon The 28th of June was a day long to be remembered by the young people of this community A birthday dinner was given at Mr Jake Banks in honor of his oldest son Ben it being his twentyfirst birthday The young ladies presented to Mr Ben a nice silk quilt which he highly appreciates Most of the young folks remained there until after night a social being given them All expressed themselves as hav ing enjoyed the occasion very muchMr J T Johnson andwife and Mr Bill Kelley and wife were guests of Mr and Mrs Jno Henson last unday We have just had a nice little shower which gives the farmers much encouragement Most of the wheat has been cut and a very light crop is re portedThe farmers along the river have been very much disheartened for some time the river having been over the bottoms causing many of them to rebreak andreplant their crops again Rev J R Crawford of Co lumbia filled the pulpit in the Methodist and Presbyterian church at Mt Carmel the 4th a1mmon we have had during the past ten years This was his first visit at Carmel but from the many invitations he received he will surely come back Would that all preachers would preach the true gospel as Bro Crawford does and quit mud slinging and wrangling and the people would be more benefitted by their preaching ComeagaincBro Crawford 4 r vjV H ir Dunnvilfe JWeare haying fiife weSfctter or farming in this community and qur farmers arerushingtoget up with their work The Kentucky Singletree Co has started a new factory o n Damrons creek They will have a large amount of timber t o work up The protracted meeting which has been going on at the Chris tian church at this place closed last Sunday night Mr Jas F Pelley and Miss Ada Lay were married in Ten nessee a few days ago On their return they were given a warm reception by the young folks We extend congratuations and trust that they may have a long and happy voyageiJames Hatfields house caught fire a few dais ago but was put out before much damage was done Only four firstclass certificates were made in the last examination in Casey county Mr Ethel Webb of Webbs X Roads made the best averageIDr U L Taylor and wife of Columbia friendswere visiting and relatives at this place a few days ago Mrs 0 L Ellis visited friends andrelatives at Pellyton a few days ago The baby of Mr and Mrs R L Dickinson has been quite sick for the past few days but is some better at this writing Prof Newt Roberts of Pelly ton will begin a singing school at the Luttrell creek school house in the near future Mr Jas Sallee and Miss Pearl Reader were married at the home of the brides parents Mrand Mrs G W Beard last Sunday in the presence of a large crowd of friends and relatives Rev Green Evans performed the cere mony that made them one I Absher t Born to the wife of James Cooley June 21 a daughter Mrs Mary A Brockman is visiting at D P Rices this weekMessrs i J D Absher and Fred Humphress visited at Mr Rich ard Humphress Ssturday night Miss Audra Dillingham spent last week with her grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Cooley Mrs Mary East visited her sister Mrs Bettie Cooley last Sunday Mr and Mrs W A Hum phress and daughter Miss Sylva visited at H B Robertsons last Sunday Mrs Bettie Knifley and child ren visited relatives in this neighborhood last week Mr and Mrs Owen Hendrick son and son Ray of Casey Co visitedat W P Dillinghams last Saturday and Sunday Messrs Mat Robertson and Donnie Jones made a business trip to Cane Valley one day last weekrMr and Mrs G T Walling and daughter Nellie of Camp bellsville spent Saturday night and Sunday at Mrs Elizabeth Cooleys Mr and Mrs Randal Rice and sons Edward and Earnest were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs G p Russell last Sunday Mrr and Mrs jBeri Thomas Misaes Bertha Dillinghamand Y 4i Emma Robertson attended the convention at Dunville r Johnny the little son rv l of JH Martin was kicked by a col a few days ago and considerably hurtj Born to the wife of James Cooley on the 21st a daughter Dirigo Mr Paul Epperson Roy paid our section a short visit a few days ago- Milton Polston and family Amandaville visited relatives here a few days ago Miss Bessie Epperson who has been clerking for Melvin Petty for the past few monthshasT resigned and gone home The people of this section were very much surprised upon learn ing last Wednesday that Mr Z T Bennett our efficient mail carder and Mrs Elizabeth Stotts had decided to take up the journey of life together But nevertheless it was true The ceremony that made them man andwife was very impressively pronounced by Rev H J Jessee at the home of the brides son Mr I G Williams in the pr enceof a number of relatives and friends Both bride and groom have passed the fiftieth milepost and each has sat by the deathbed of a former com panion To each the Dirigo man extends congratulations and wishes that their journey through life may be a path of pleasure Mr Creed Stotts Bliss visited his daughter Mrs Mose Wooten several days last week Mrs Jane Campbell sold six sheep to Elroy Roe for 1600 The mulberries are ripe and squirrels are plentiful But there is one squirrel in this sec tion that deserves special men tion It is about the size of an ordinary gray squirrel but is white As Mr A D Stotts who had the pleasure of meeting the squirrel the other day put it It is as white as snow The sad intelligence went out last Sunday morning that Mr J R Royse has passed away He died at about 11 oclock Saturday night and was buried Sunday p m at the family burying ground near the home of J RCummins- He was about 79 years old and was one of the oldest and best known men in this part of the county He had been a consist ent member of the Methodist church for a number of Years and gave evidence that he was ready to go He was a Mason also and was buried by that Fraternity the entire neighbor hood being present to pay their last respects to the memory of their neighbor and friend Several from a distance were there also among whom may be mentioned G K Abrell Wm Brockman H K Walkup andH K Taylor Glensfork T Lr Thompson Columbia and Finis Baker and T B Curry Amanda ville all of whom took part in the Masonic honors To the bereaved widow and children we would say weep not as those who have no hope It is but a short step across the dark cold river and we know not when we too may expect to meet with our loved ones onthe other side and there we know there will be no more sad partings Notice All accounts due July V1st Please 7 come in anpayu weneedljienwiiey rV 1 342fcr H BrIngramrisons ftr a Milltown vMro v V Miss Montra Thomas visited at Mr Edwin Pages one day last weekMrs Sallie Hindman Mrs Sene Townsend Mrs Jennie Caldwell Mrs Pate Thomas and MrsI ment here Sunday Mrs Lizzie Stinson and son Willie visited at G P Handys Saturday and Sunday Mr Caggie Rogers who has been very sick with measles has about recovered Mr Frank Shepherd and family of near Cane Valley visit ed at Mrs Martha Pollards last SundayMrs Sene Townsend set out a fishing pole Saturday evening and Sunday morning she had a- very large fish on it She said she hated to catch the fish on Sunday but being as it was on the pole she would not let it worry its life away in the water Rev Stephens will preach at Sulphur Spring the 4th Sunday in each month Messrs J R Tutt and G P Handy met with the board of trustees in Cane Valley last Sat urdayMessrs a 0 Cabell and Charley Thomas will sing here the 2nd Sunday evening in this month An invitation is extend ed to all bring your song books and come along W S Hindman and D P Gentry went fishing with spon toons the other day and landed five fine cats Since the pretty weather the corn that was overflowed by Russells Creek is looking better but the bottoms cant make a fullcrop this year Show at this place was well attended three nights last week Plenty of good music The people of this community are about done cutting wheat with something like an average yieldThe farmers are still setting tobacco in this neighborhood There will be an average crop set this time some have done worked theirs out and it is spreading the hill nicely Corn is higher and scarcer in this place than it has been for many years One dollar per bushel and hard to get at that W S Hindman has a fine crop of winter oats He says he will stand for the Gradyville reporter on the hight of six feet and two inches for he has them that high Mr John Simpson and wife of Greensburg and Mr Patte son and wife of Bliss visited Mr and Mrs Ivan PattesOn at this place Saturday and Sunday Mrs J L Pickett and child ren of Keller Texas are visiting relatives in this neighbor hood and will remain several weeks j Sugar Grove Mrs Mandy Dishman who has been confined to her bed for several weeks with fever is im proving Farmers are making good use of the pretty weather cutting oats and wheat and laying by corn Some crops in this section are looking fine while others are not khjgso well tJ Gilbert Thurman will start out in Adair with his thrasher next week Mr Johnie Jones will begin school at Jones Chapel Monday We hope for a good and interest ing school Rev Newt Walbert will preach at Sulphur Springs the fourth Sunday in July Everybody come if you want to hear a good preacher f Several in this country attend ed the Spring last Sunday All had a good time and good dinner Mr Lander Smith is in Adair this week reaping wheat Miss Bettie Jane Irvin spent last week with her grandpar ents Mr and Mrs J F Lloyd The people are expecting to hear a good speech next Tuesday made by Caleb Powers Rugby Oh that precious rain has come again that we have long been wishing for and our far mers will now close out their tobacco set ting as it is getting too late in the season for futher setting A large crowd attended preaching at this place Sunday Bro Scott preached for us Miss Minnie Coomer who has been confined to her room for some time is improving- Mr Noah Jaaes who has just returned from the army was visiting his brother last week Mr and Mrs Matthew Akin were visiting at Mr Bob Roes last Sunday Corn is looking nicely about this place and farmers are expecting a large crop Mrs Harriet Janes was visit ing her parents Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank Coomer Mr and Mrs Frank Coomer were visiting their son a few days ago Mr Finis Coomer at ToriaDear people we aught to be more thankful for what the dear Savior has done for us He has been so greatful and good as to send the good rain down upon this beautiful earth so as to moist the ground for us As we see this good rain coming we think there is fortunes ahead God has so provided for us in a way that we think starvation is not near and we ought not to grumble so much about the work of God Some times we say it is raining too much while again we say it just wont rain at all Let us be more paitent and take things His way as we know we have to and be more thankful and grateful for all things On last Saturday night about the hour of 10 oclock Mr John Payne was called from this world of earthly joy to a joy that cant be told This good oldman had been confied to his room for a long time and had been suffering terribly He was a man with a kind heart a true husband and a loving father He leaves to mourn his loss a loving wife 6 children 5 boys and 1 girl and a host of friends The body was laid to rest Sunday afternoon in the home grave yard a large crowd was present to pay the last respect to their friend A long life has ended a loving father is gone and this community k sympathizes with the broken hearted wife and children who lifeandSorrowing ones do not weep but prepare to meet in that sweet by and by