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I I t+ 4 0 baif flfltD V f t 4rVOLIJMF XI COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1910 NUMBER 36 t LDeppAI1en Dr Henry W Depp of this place Mrs Ada Allen of Burkesville married at the latter place Sun rand County Judge Collins officiating Depp is the son of Mr A Depp of Beaver Creek country and is a young dentist of this place His bride is one of the attachees qft the Gainesboro Telephono Co at Burkes ville and is said to be a charming young lady Mr Depp will return here this week but Mrs Depp will remain at Burkesville until Aug 1st They will reside hereGlasgow Republican The bride is a sister of Messrs Elmo and J C Strange and Mrs Sam Beck of this place She has visited Columbia several times and is acquainted with quitea number of Columbians LiForSale On account of removing from the LebanonII The house has 6 rooms and bath room and store room besides 3 large closets Basement under the whole house con crete walls and floor The first floor is hardwood finish up stairs finished white Porcelean bath tub lavatory and watercloset in bathroom and porcelean sink in kitchen hot and cold water on both floors Compressed air tank in basement gives good water pressure furnace warms whole house by hot air system Grate and cabinet mantel in recep tion hall builtin china closet in dining room and large cupboards in kitchen never failing well of fine drinking water and large cistern Electric lights irireyery room and basement Large j barn and plenty of garden 165 feet Jfront on street withood set of grass on1 lawn JAn ideal home with Ml the comforts of city and country combined 362t U Newberry U A postal card from Mrs Bettie Cheek Nashville Tenn ti her nieceI Mrs S P Miller stat that her daughter Minifee has ba great suff rer for one year Thoctors de cid that it would require d operation tobing about relief and thon July 2d s le was taken to an infihary and the peration ptrformed ItWas sucI cesul and the patient is doil well J M Campbell who sbeenI wit Floyd Bohr Co Louis lp has ten red his resignation and ha ed position with the CurWand Gro ery Company headquarU at ofAdjrthghoutthisnow visiting the merchants and grty men and will be thankful for all extended I Bishop T C Carter who was in s tbuildinghouse at this place had not been ab hbeening matters but that he thought eve thing would be in shape for the co ii struction of the edifice before a grea anythingtion of the building that a satisfactor VI settlement would be made with all thel donors About one hundred and twentyfive persons residents of Columbia and citizens of Adair county attended the Leb fourdayeyouhaveabout 120 and the railroad about 110 toll 3500 the three last items make k YOthavevj The nominating petitions for school jI theSuperintendent havetoi signed by not less than ten qualified r CountyClerktion Please call on the superintend Fentfor said blanks Transylvania Presbytery has con veyed to the Trustees of the Graded theTTTI F High School property for 1 QpO the next1isIt of record that the building is to be used jfor school purposes olJlyIMr Sam Beck has sample of appricots grown on his place a E The tree is only four years old and it boriast year This year the limbs f are breaking with the lucious fruit and F frtenleft at this office were as full as they L ingonlthem 9- 1iL 1 J ii Meets With an Accident Miss Alice Walker of this place met with an accident last Tuesday night while en route home from the Lebanon Chautauqua She left Campbellsville about nine oclock in company with Mr Ray Flowers The night was dark the pole at the first tollgate being down but it could not ne seen and their buggy struck it tilted throwing Miss Alice to the ground She was condider ably bruised about the right arm and right shoulder but she was able to come home Since the accident she has suffered considerably but her friends who have called say she will be all right in a few days Mr Flow ers was not hurt but badly frightened to be relieved when he learned that Miss Alices injuries were not serious Public Speaking Hon D C Edwards Republican candidate for Congress will address the voters of Adair county at the following places date and time given Toria Monday July 18 10 a m Pyrus Monday July 18 230 p m Gradyville July 18 700 p m Cane Valley Tuesday July 19 10 am Watson July 19 230 p m Knifley July 19 700 p m Pellyton Wednesday July 20 10am Purdy July 20 230 pm Columbia Wed July 20 7 p m Crocus Thursday July 21 10 a m Every body invited to attend A special invitation is extended to the ladies Miss Nell Callison entertained charm ingly at the home of her parents on En glewood Road Wednesday evening with a progressive peanut party in honor of her guest Miss Ruth Lyon of Camp bellsille For the occasion the inter ior of the home was decoratedwith daises which presented a very attrac tive appearance The first prize con- Sisting of a silver whisk broom was won by Miss Mary Whitfield The guests prizes of souvenir spoons of Middles boro were awarded to the Misses Louise Perry of Jasper Ala and Ruth Lyon of Campbellsville The consolation prizes were carried off by Miss May Van Gorder a handsome brooch and Chas W Purcell a stick pin Delicious refreshments of cakes and ices were served at the conclusion of the games Middlesboro Record No More Worry About Pumps Call on S F Eubank and get the latest uptodate one that will not need to be repaIred 344t We desire to extend our sympathy to Mr John Q Alexander of Campbells ville who was bereft of his aged fath er Mr Hillory M Alexander who died very suddenly in Cleburne Texas two weeks ago The deceased was born and reared in Cumberland county Ky and was a fine old gentleman nearly eighty years old Forty years ago he was rominent in the affairs of Cumberland ounty Ky and at one time was Sher if of the county Mr Olie Taylor who makes Mr Wal er Bryant a very efficient County ourt Clerk will be absent from the ffice until fall He was under obliga ons to teach the school known ag Re ublican and entered upon the dis arge of his duties as an instructor st week r HadIMemorial to was laid by Bishop T C Carter Chattanooga Tenn last Sunday A viry large crowd was present and thee ercises of great interest Bishop Carter also lectured in the grove ntar F hechurchsite Saturday afternoon Mr Sam Lewis Bpard of Trade bVlding received a terrible shock last Friday about the noon hour A team ster backed his wagon against a post which h in up the brim of the structure and it cillapsed as quickly as would have a deadfall the triggers being thrown iy a rabbit X great many exchanges come to this offie and in looking over them we can state that everything indicates boun tifulrop year throughout the State Generally speaking wheat is firstrate and such a crop of Irish potatoes has not been grown for many years Many farmers are through plowing corn and tobaeco all set W I Meader and Mr C R Car fMr real estate agent were in Go umbia last Saturday The latter bought S D Barbees place and will in the near future cut it into building lots and sell them to the highest bidder r The price paid Mf BarbVe for his property was 4700 v 1l The Chautauqua Games Our baseball team made a miserable poor showing at the Lebanon Chautau qua but it was not tailored It defeat ed the Lebanon team the score stand ing 3 to 2 Campbellsville defeated Co lumbia 4 to 1 and Springfield won over Columbia 6 to 3 It would be useless to undertake to go into the whys and whyfores Those who witnessed the games say that our boys lacked team practice Campbellsville deminstrated that it had the best team on the grounds won the contest Springfield being the last team defeated was awarded th cup went home rejoicing and that is all there is to it To the victors belong the sppils and we believe in that old adage Taylor county is andIlumbia had won old hats would have been burned bells rung and horns blowed and if Campbellsville wants to shine about kick high over the success of her boys she has the proof of the puden and we say amen The following is the score of the three games July 4th RilECampbellsville 432Columbia 134Battery for Campbellsville Wilson and Barnett for Columbia Woodrum and Rosenfield base on balls off Wood rum 2 Wilson 1 struck out by Wood rum 11 by Wilson 9 stolen bases Co lumbia 4 Cville 1 two base hit Rosen field Umpire Coppage EIBattery for Columbia Judd and Ros enfield for Springfield Brown and Sims base on ball off 1 off Brown 3 struck out by Judd 6 by Brown 7 Umpire CoppageJuly 8thI RHEColumbia 352Lebanon 242Battery for Columbia Woodrum and Rose field for Lebanon Stamp and Young base on ball off Woodrum 1Istruck out by Woodrum 12 by Stamp Umpire Ryan REPORT OFTHE CONDITION oft- he61TIZNS BflNK DOING BUSINESS AT TOWN OF Co- LUMBIA COUNTY OF ADAIR STATE OF KENTNCKY AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 30TH DAY OF JUNE 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers orsureties 43315 98 Real Estate Mortgages 6 366 95 Call Loano on collateral 00 Time Loans on Collateral 1 783 20 U S Bonds 00 Other Stocks Bonds etc 00 51 466 13 Due from National Banks 958 69 Due from State Banks and Bankers 1 Due from Trust Compa 69IalBankNotes5843 00 J Specie 269 6117 14 Checks and other cash itEms 55678J Exchange for Clearing V House v 00 55678 Overdrafts secured 2 529 29 Overdrafts unsecured 2 656 87 5 186 16 Taxes 00 Cnrrent Expenses Paid 757 17 Real estateBanking house 00 Other Real Estate 00 Furniture and Fixtures 1665 00 Other Assets not included under any of abcve heads 235 00 265717 ToTALiI 6694307 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in cash 1500000 Surplus Funds 1225 00 Undivided Profits 1 465 80 Fund to pay Taxes 00 2 690 80 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 40574 91 40574 91 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 00 Demfcid Certificates of Deposits on which in terest is paid 00 Time C rt1fiqttes of De posits oh which inter estispaid 00 Saving Deposits on w1i hint r st is paid 00 4057491DueDue State Banks and Bankers 62540 Due Trust Companies 00 Cashiers Checks Out standing Notes and Bill redis counted 3 05196 Bills Payable r 5000 11077 36 Taxes due and unpaid 00 Unpaid dividends v 00 Other Liabilities nor in elude under any of the above heads 00 TOTAL 76684307 STATE OF KENTUCKY I v COUNTY OF ADAIR Set namedJment is true to the best of my knowledge and be lief Jo Coffey Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before ma this 9th day of July 1Iy commission expires January 12th 1912 J 0 Rysseil NotaryPubHc Correct Attest W A COFPY Director Vf JnON Director J H YOUNG Director Tribute of Respect At a regular meeting of the Sunday School at the Christian Church in Cane Valley Ky on Sunday July 3rd 1910 a committee was appointed to draft resolutions expressing the loss Sustain ed by the Sunday School and entire community in the death of Superin tendent F E Christie which commit tee drafted the following reso Whereas In the course lutionsI pJ9vi1dencedeath our Superintendent and fellow townsman F E Christie a man who stood in the very front in every thing having for its object the upbuilding and betterment of our community a man of unquestioned kindness honesty and morality a kind husband and obliging neighbor and indulgent par entNow Be it Resolved That in the death of Brother Christie the Sunday School has lost a faithful and valuable leader the community one of its test and most useful members and his fam ily its cheif support and consolation And be it resolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread oh the minutes of the Sunday School a copy be sent to the Adair County News for pub lication and a copy sent tQ the family the deceased fOf Mary Feese Fon Hancock Com OW McAllister Your Attention Please Every Sunday School in Adair Coun ty come or send delegates to the Coun ty Convention at the Fair Grounds in Columbia on Saturday July 23rd 1910 Good speakers have been invitd and are expected to be present Good SpeakingGood Music Dinner on the ground Come with your bas kets wellfilledand 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 June 25 1910 Commissioners le ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTKENTUCKY Wm M Webb Plaintiff t Josiah Wilson Chas Stewart Deft f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render edatthe May Term thereof 1910 in the above cause I shall proceed to of fer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 1st day of August 1910 at one oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the follow ingdescribed propery towit Hwo certain tracts of land which lie together and form one tract and on the waters of Sulphur Fork of Russell creek bounded and described as fol lows viz beginning at two poplars and al black oak supposed to be in a sur vey patented to H H Long thence north 62 east 214 poles to two poplars and two black oaks thence N 68 W 27 poles to a poplar thence N 86i W 236 poles to a stake passing a poplar end Black Gum at 230 poles marked as cor ner trees thence S 28 E 147 poles leaving a marked line at 5 poles to the left hand to the beginning excluding a boundry supposed to contain 13 acres where the above boundary laps over on the survey of H H Long The other tract is a portion off of a tract sold by Tim Cravens to Wm Burton and begins at the southwest corner of the above described survey and runs straight with the west line of same tothe Som erset road thence with the meanders of said road until it intersects the east line of Cravens survey thence back to a gum corner with said line in the south line of Grimes survey For the purcease price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms WA Coffey Master Commissioner Mr JP Beard is keeping up his record as 1m early tomato growing Last year he was the first person to leave a sample at this office Saturday afternoon he delivered usa very fine ripe one which he plucked from his garden useIing andMrsJrEln10o was eases incident to children Interment in city cemetery this afternoon Sympathy for the sorrowing parents v f 1 i I IJ t Died in The Asylum A message from Lakeland received by the County Judge of Russell coun ty last Friday notified him that Mr F M Helm had just died in the insti tution The Superintendent was notified to prepare the body and ship it to Campbellsville J F Triplett undertaker of this place met the remains at the depot Saturday night and conveyed same to its last resting place in Russell county one mile east of Montpelier this county The deceased before his affliction was a farmer and good citi zen He was about 55 years old He leaves a wife and four children one of his children being in the asylum A large number of friends attended the inter ment REPORT OFTHE CONDITION OF THE BANK OF COLUMBIA DOING BUSINESS AT TOWN OF COLUM OFIAT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 30rn DAY OF JUNE 1910 RESOURCES Loans aid discounts with One or more endorsers as surety 87 493 CI Real estate Mortgages 61 714 60 Call Loans on Collateral 5 414 76 Time Loans on Collateral 851C65 US Bonds Other Stocks Bonds Etc 13 670 05 176 814 67 Due from Niitiotial Bautcs 14 867 54 Due from State Banks and Bankers 3 35351 Due from Trust Companies 18221 05 United States and National Bank Notes 6 765 Specie 5 374 75 12 139 75 Check and other cash terns 556 21 Exchange for Clearing House 555 24 Overdrafts Secured OverdraftsUnsecured 2 648 81 2 648 81 Taxes Current Expenses paid Real estateBankinghouse 2 000 Other Real estate Furniture and fixtures 000 Other Assets not included 232 20 3 22 50 under anyof above heads TOTAL 21363302- LIABILITIES Capital stock padinia cash 3000000 3000000 Surplus fundn 30 000 00 UndividedProfits 400000IFund to PayTaxes 976 72 34 976 72 Deposits subject to check on which inter est is not paid 148204 09 Deposits subject to check which Interest is paid Demand Certificates of Deposits on which in terest is paid Time Certificates of Deposits on which inter est is paid Saving Deposits on which interest is paid Certified Checks 148 204 09 Due National Banks Due State Banks and Bankers 452 21 Due Trust companies Cashiers Checks out3tand Ing Notes and Bills redis counted Unpaid Dividends Taxes due and unpaid Bill Payable 45221 Other Liabilities not in eluded under any of the above heads Total 213 633 02 STATE OF KENTUCKYsCOUNTY t I Jno W Flowers Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and be lief Jno W Flowers Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of July 1910 My commission expires January 17 1914 J R GARNETr N P A C Ky JNO FLO WHS Cashier CorrectAttest W W JONS Director RF PAULL Director JAMES GARNETT Director l Deputy Collector AL Lynch ac companied by revenue officers M R Yarberry and E J Willis were in Adair and Russell last week looking after irregularitis We will move our hickory mill away from Columbia July 20th On and and after that date we will not accept ma terial at this point Bassett Hardwood Lumber Co At a meeting of the Municipal Board last Tuesday night Mr Al Sinclair was awarded the contract to concrete all the crossings where side streets inter sects the four main streets Take Notice t tAli persons with claims againstthe of Daniel Brown deceased will verIfiedla j She silver sot at the store of Mr Geo E Wilson was drawn by ArEl tmo Strange isql1ite handsom andr S vaIheiatjtWel pt dollars j Vh Connecticur Mutual Life Insurance 1 This purely mutual company offers to all who would secure sure protection for themselves their familes or their estate a record of sixtyfour years of successful business a sound progressive and economical management inaU respects It belongs to its member ft they own its assets it is their c lIectj ive property set aside and vested in their corporate name and held in trus4 for the payment of losses and obligations t as they mature within the ternfsV of their contracts See J E Murrell i It has rained here every day this month For SaleOne good milk cow T M Shearer Columbia Ky Born to the wife of L E Bradly July 6 1910 a daughter For Saleone Jersey cow afcalf Cow three years old calf one week old It A H Ballard Mowing machines are now in use and the crop of hay will be about the aver with favorable weather for its harvest Strayed four sheep from my preihr ises They have been seen at Glenville 362t Mike Grant There will be an all day singing at Disappointment school house next Sun day All singers are invited j W E Bradshaw has employed an experienced trainer riding and driving and is now ready to receive horses See him It Miss Pearl Breeding was the recipi ent of a crate of nice peaches from a friend in Winder Georgia last week Wherleys famous band Louisville will make the music for the Columbia Fair 1Hshedattention of our readers is called Each one presents a fine showing LostA small alkaloidal medicine case on the road between Columbia and Milltown last Friday afternoon Finder will receive a reward by returningsame to this office Bishop Carter was too sick to lecture Monday night but he will favor the people this Wednesday night at the Methodist church TwentyThird Annual Exhibition of the Pulaski County Fair will be held in the city of Somerset Ky August 30th 31st September 1st 2nd The Columbia baseball team reached home from the Lebanon Chautauqua last Friday night The boys were some what disfigured but were recognizable Mr Jas A Hamilton Jr County Clerk of Metcalfe county was married a few days ago to Miss Essie Crabtree of Monroe county The couple will reside at Edmonto- nWantedWhite Oak Logs write us for prices Will also buy standing timber and white andredoak lumber Louisville Planing Mill Hardwood 45 4t Flooring Co Louisville Ky Jordan Burton son of Mr and Mrs Cris Burton who was about seven teen years old died a victim of con sumption last Wednesday The interment was at Bearwallow on Thursday Gov J R Hind an and DrR Y f Hindman were the guests of Mr and Mrs J N Coffey last Sunday until af ter the noon hour The dinner a mag nificent one was prepared on a fireless cooker W C Murrell and r A WiIliscon tractors have been making some valu able improvments at the Graded School building formerly the M and F High School building New floors have been laid partitions run etc We understand that there are several cases of typhoid fever in the CaiHi Val ley community and that Mrs Clark the motherinlaw of Mr Christie who died two weeks ago is lying very low with the disease Rev J R Crawfords afternoon meetings are growing in interest Last Sunday afternoon beginning at 6 oclock services were held on the lawn of Judge H C Baker the attendance showing a large increase The fourth Sunday afternoon the ervices will be held on the lawn at the home of Mr Jo Coffey A cordial invitation is extend edto every body 7 The tpachers of the county are again reminded that the institute will be heldf in the courthouse the first week in August Under the law every teacher ls required to attend the full session un less pieverited by sickness t f vYv 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r Pro rammffi ff The Missionary and Sunday y School Convention of the South Cumberland River Baptist As Isociation will meet at James J i town Russell Co Ky Saturday 4r and Sunday July 30 and 31 1910 XJV SATURDAY 10 A M tl vl Devotional exercise E Bry o iit 1t 2 Organization i f 3 The arthority of the Bible B B Collins Oscar Bertram 4 The church during the dark age JM Pierce C M Deener W I Barrett 5 The progress of the church since the dark age J R Grider William Sharp B F Vails 6 Saturday night sermon by J S P Stapp SUNDAYS A M 1 A church Pastor a The conditions of his call riM Grimsley LP Bottom b His beginning W A Breeding c The character of his pas toriate and his attitude toward other ministers S P Stapp d His closing out and the churches response J S Smith I Grider 2 A general discussion of the t Sunday school led by Windfield Knight and convention at largeI Song service during session by Bro Knights class Death of Mrs Williams The death angel visited the home of Mr Burlie Williams Sat urday July 2nd 1910 and claimedI for its victim Mrs liams She was a devoted wife and mother Consumption was the cause of her death She had been lingering along for some time A few days before she died she called her husband to her bedside and told him that she would soon be gone from him and that he would see her no more on this earth but that she had a home over yonder when she left here She called all her children to her bedside and talked to them and had them promise to meet her over yonder While talk ing to one of her boys Russell he became almost lifeless and was carried out He said he could not bear the pain of giving up his mother but that is a pre cious jewel we all have to give up some day Will we be ready to meet that mother when the angel beckons us to come Just before she died shs told them all good bye and passed through the pearly gate She leaves a husband and eight children We extend our sym pathy to the bereaved ones vhoI are left to mourn their loss She lived on green river Her remains were laid to rest in the Mt Carmel grave yard y A precious one from us has gone A voice we loved is stilled tAplace is vacant in our home tv That never can be filledV h God in his wisdom has recalled I The boon he has given Though the body moulders here Her soul is safe in heaven a Desha M Skaggs oS- A Chicago professor pounces that the planet Venus is much like the earth physically t and he gives it as his opinion that it is more likely than any of our other neighbors of the sol system to be inhabited Inasmuch as Venus is much nearer the sun than the earth is the man who owns a good summer reJ sore there must be lucky t lS t r i f f YJ I Gen P Watt Hardin John D Wakefield in Enquirer Strange things are always happening in politics b something unusual indeed may happen in the Eleventh Congressional Dis trict where Caleb Powers and Representative D C Edwards are now fighting it out for the Republican nomination for Con gress The primary is not going to be held until the middle of September but already both can didates are making a precinct canvass of the entire 19 counties Men whose judgment in reference to political matters is usually good say that it is almost an impossibility to predict the results at this time They say that one week the people of the mountains are convinced that Edwards will be a winner and the next week along comes a tidal wave of sentiment for Pow ers which for the time being makes him appear to be a certain winner At this time how countryIPowers while the town voters andcounty seat politicans are lined up for Edwards Over two months of campaigning is ahead In the meantime both the candidates will try to visit practically every precinct jn the whale mountain country and in that time changes are apt to coine and go so rapidly that it will be hard for anyone to forecast the result There are many how ever who are confident that Powers will land the prize While this struggle is going on within the Republican ranks there are many Democrats who would like to see Gen P Watt Hardin of Williamsburg nominated for tiCkIletthe Democratic nomination for Governor in 1899 when William Goebel was nominated i n the celebrated Music Hall convention After his defeat for the nomination General Hardin re tired without a murmur to the mountains where he has since lived quietly He enjoys a good law practice and has hundreds of friends His defeat never saddened h i m nor embittered him It is understood that he has no political ambitions but many of his Democratic friends want him to accept the Demo cratic nomination for Congress- in the Eleventh District Powers history is familiar to all but it would be a peculiar coin idence indeed if Powers and General Hardin after all these years should be political opponents inasmuch as Powers was the man held a prisoner for so long ac cused of complicity in the mur der of the man who defeated Hardin f o rthe gubernatorial nomination after the latter thought he he had the prize in his grasp And it would be very much stranger if General Hardin as the Democratic nominee for Digtricetional House of Representatives- by the vote of a district that has inftimes of need just about as necessaryIfor the grand old party to have None of these thiugs may come to pass but they are matters of absorbing interest and the subjects o f discussion throughout the mountain country V ipSA i i yt fi 7 k R ti X 44 V Ifl s What Democracy Offers Here is the platform the average Democratic candidate for Congress will present to the peo pIe Lower duties on the necessaries of life An income tax that a large part of the burden of the cost of uponthoseI IR an our Best customers Repeal of Section 2 of the Aldrich act that forces tariff wars and retaliation Election of senators by direct vote Oldtime democratic economy in public expenditures S Restoration of popular govern ment in House of Representatives u Good for the Apple The use of apples as an article of diet will very much diminish decrease and ultimately abate the appetite for alcoholic stimulants declares Dr Samuel Bail ep of Mount Ayr Iowa As a rule the hibitual user of alcoholic stimulants is rarely a lover or consumer of apples There seems to be a peculiar pro perty in apples that allays the irritation or socalled appetite produced by the use of liquor I am thoroughly convinced says the doctor that any man who is a lover of whiskey and is in a condition that he thinks he must have a drink if he will eat an apple before he takes the drink will find that his appetite for the drink has been materially lessen ed if not entirely abated for the time The doctor suggests that munchI The advice is doubtless goodso far as Spitzenberg and Jonathan apples are concerned but we be lieve that even a total abstainer would be driven to drink if he made a regular practice of eat ing Ben Davis Swine at The Fairs If you have any animals that are worthy of going to any fair better get them in shape to enter the show ring There is nothing that helps the purebred swine business so much as a fine dis play of hogs at the county and state fairs Did you ever stop to think that the loses with his hogs is just as much of a booster for the business through the fairs as the winner It is true Take the hogs all away from any State fair except the winners and see what the papers would say about the swine display They would roast it to death All of us cannot be at the top If you have good stuff you can sell it or get in touch with the breeders who want that sort of animals whether you are a winner or not The men behind the ribbons sell a great many more hogs at the State fair than the winners This is so the world over To get a hog into a judg ing ring is a liberal porcine education in itself There is nota breeder in the game who would not tell you that he first made his real start in the breeding business when he entered his first hog in hot company It was the keeping at it that made him an eventual winner t i 0Ytl la rS1 1 X11 Vf Columbia District Fourth Round Clinton Pine Grove July 16 17 Albany Albany July 1718 Bear Creek Liberty 2324 Peytonsburg Poplar Grove July 26 Burksville Grider July 30 Renox Providence Julv21 Aug Thuiiow Ladys chapel Aug 67 Y V Campbellsville circuit Roach ville Aug 9- Greensburg Hodges chapel Aug 1314 Mannsville Mannsville Aug 202l Campbellsville Sta Aug 21 22 Columbia and Tabor Tabor Aug 2728t Cane Valley Milltown Aug 2829 Spurlington and Early Union Ridge Sept 34 West Tompkinsville Sept l- Oll Temple Hill Sept 1314 Tompkinsville Sept 1718 Gradyville Pleasant Ridge Sept 2425T L Hulse P E Poor Mule This is the story of a Kansas mule The corn was about ready to lay by and his master was in the midst of the final plowing when the mule decided that he was through with work No amount or form of moral or oth er suasion could induce him to pull the hat off your head Exasperated beyond endurance the master at last succeeded in leading him to a nearby corncrib where he fastened him with a log chain with the expressed in tent of leaving him there until he came to his senses The day was as hot asKansas The flies were Kansas flies and thick as they grow in Kansas The crib was full of popcorn By and by the mule began to register his protest against the outrage for such he conceived it to be by a lively tattoo against the side of crib An he kicked an he kick ed an he kicked until his shoes became red hot and set fire to the corncrib The fire popped the corn which fell about in such profusion that the mule beliving it was snowing lay down and froze to death How to Serve Watermelon Watermelons are especially cooling and refreshing on a hot day because of deliciouslyflavor ed juice which they contain says Fannie Merritt Farmer in Womans Home Companion for June The edible portion is sometimes thoroughly chilled cut in small cubes removing the seeds sprinkled with powdered sugar and arranged in coupe glasses for the first courser at luncheon or dinner For family nse it is most attractively served in one of the following ways Cut a section three or four inches in thickness from the cen ter of a chilled watermelon With a sharp knife cut out a circle of the pink pulp the edible por tion and place upon a chilled servingdish o f correct size Serve in pieshaped pieces on chilled plates or cut off a thick melonIand e u t in halves crosswise Arrange on a servingdish on a bed of green leaves if any are th dt tJ t a IL w i j G0 Sry Nt1Sjiff F i ii s T v rooram OP 1JIEIJair Gotint i Sunken Sciool Qonuentlo tIfie heldL at the cfaLr rounds at Botuniiict J5u 5281910 t9oclockDevotional 23 Psalm Y R pMLLY The object of this Convention L By one of the Officers 943 podsKingdomJ N CONQVER 1015 The Bible and the great importance of its study and teaching REV Z T WILLIAMS j Y A R McBEATH 1045 =The Leakage in the Sunday 0 School especially with the young men Whyr and Remedy CURRItBAKERw115 Reports of the Sunday Schools Y 1145 Appointment of Committees Y 1200 Dinner Y 130 Why should the Officials of the o tYandProfessional men attend if rSunday Schools f REV J R CRAWFORD V JAMES GARNET 200 Sunday School Problems in the Home JOHNSUNV j 230 Modern Methods of Sunday School Work l II a 0rgau Adult Bible Class REV TOBIAS HUFFAKE- PROF RRMCtf 300bTercher TrainingWork MRS Z T WILLIAMS MRS GEORGIA R SHELTON 330 Election of Officers FR WINFREY les Co Committee j V TURNER Secy His Point of Order t wasIpreach in the colored peoples church and he gladly consented Reaching the church where h was the only paleface present the preacher delivered a sermon full of helping advice made an eloquent prayer and then an nounced that the service would be closed by singing the hymn Wash Me and I Will Be Whiter Than Snow At this point one of the darksome congregation rose to his feet Look hear pahson said he impressively yo hab to scuss me but I rise to a point of or Idaho What is it asked the preacher with large symptoms of sur prise floating over his features- I am dis way replied the parishioner Yo had ebident IDISan sence all de pump watah an5 soap in de country cant make d words ob dat hymn come true jes wish dat yo would chang her to some udder tune For the Farmer j IRoup the scourge of poultry keeping in cold climates must le prevented if pleasure and pro are to be gained from the busy nessDont starve the dry cow jiBt because she isnt bringing in any income at present Later she will pay back all she gets now The great drawback about dairying with grades is tfe los of the male calves You sho not sell them for sires and they seem too valuable for veal Sweet oil is a safe medic ne to administer to animals It neve injures but is valuable in choking bloating inflamation or con stipation of the stomache or bowelsDuring the winter eggs sold tiSGtt t r pcl 0 yI in towns arfl cities at from 40 to 60 cents a dozen During the summer dearly fall eggs can be preseyed or placed in cold storage ery easily GoQd idges say that it will bee at least vo years before thesnp ply of jgs can be made to qual the The high ihatwoul1therwise refEjDce to the size andma of gjwth sprite requIre distance anthers thrive better when garpdeJr must know his plants as tiff armer does his field crops for wounds made on horses or Ale by barbed wire fences ere is nothing better than a Imposition of carbolic acid half n ounce glycerine eight ounces nd water eight ounces A syringe is a good thing to inject his into the wound Few Passed During the last session of Con gress 35865 bills were introduced in the two branches the majori- tY of which were for pensions notwithstanding the general law is as liberal as can be Of the bills intended for the general thegoodHouse and eightythree in the Senate became laws A person with a penchant for figures says that in the debates in Congress the statesmen uttered 10000000 words and that dividing that with the billion or more appro priations made it cost the county 99444 a word The CQngress 10000dpages great deal to get very little an Air J C Sims the wellknown tomb- sstone man removed his machinery whererhis main office is have a branch shop at Campbellsville Mr Sims has delivered a great deal of givingeperfect satisfaction to solicit the work from this section of the State 344t t f r r I ik t 1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 I L N Time Card In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND rRAINLv LOUISVILLE An LEBANON No27 700 am 942 am- No 23i 815 am 1004 am NoTO Ii 505 pm 740 pm pmNo93NORTH BOUND mRAiN Lv LEBANON An LOUISVILLE 024 548 am 750 am 078 732 am 1015 am pmloto 92 732 am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 areSunday trains on- lyIOTEhWILHORE w M CCtllUBOHH Prop P r fH FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome rFeed Stable i Reasonable Rat- esQKftDYinLLe KYI S D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetin t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin 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 stocks r2Tiuyitlfrom LOCATIONNEAR stablesION STREETi Res Phone 29 Office iPhbne 40J TriiejIT BLOCKIcou4sI1 i rUCk I J2DrS S Bunb De tlst OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PBONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone AttoneyAtLaw J Will practice in this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky DR M E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist I Columbia Kentucky Special attention given to Dentistry JIs eases of the Eye Poll Evil Fistula and al other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes OFFICELocated in barn back of Hancock Hotel Thej Adair County News l And- GOurierJournal One Year for 150 i Daily CourierJournal Three Months And The News 175- SUbscribeNow 1 rt J ItJry nl F rJJtw J Columbia FaIr1A- ugust 234 Days An Attractive Premium List EXCITING RACES AND INTERESTING RINGS h 00A Louisville Band of Fiusic A Toast to Laughter Heres to laughter the sun shine of the soul the happiness of the heart the leaven of youth the privilege of purity the echo of innocence the ti easure of the humble the wealth of the poor the bead on the cup of pleasure it dispels dejection banishes blues and mangles melancholy for its the foe of woe the de stroyer of depression the enemy of grief It is what kings envy peasants plutocrats envy the poor the guilty envy the inno cent its the sheen on the silver of smiles the ripple on the wat ers of delight the glint on the gold of gladness without it hu mor would be dumb wit would wither dimples would disappear and mile would shrivel for its the glow of a clean conscience the voice of a pure soul the birth cry of mirth the swagsong of sadness Laughter Work 24 Hours A Day The busiest little thing ever made are Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakness into strength languor into energy brainfag into mental ower curing Constipation Headache Chills Dyspepsia Malaria 25catPaull frug Co Amount of Grain on Pasture rowing or fattening pigs can nl be produced satisfactorily on Pure alone but a grain ration is cessary The Montana ex pedient station found that hogs feat full grain ration on pasture gaild on an average 139 pounds per og per day and required 412 pouts of grain for 100 pounds of gairl Hogs fed a half ration of grai gained 98 pound per hog per Ay and required 291 pounds of gl n for 100 pounds of gain Thiisjt will be seen that the hogs fed aiull grain ration on pasture I mafelmore rapid gains but con sum d much more grain for every 100 rounds of gain Yom Billy Sunday The other who allows her young daughter to gad the streets f and keep company with boys of questionable character merely opens the front door to grief If you dont know what company your girl lee s or what time of the night sHe turns in your roar when the g ssips get busy will theiwheeze from a Jewsharp The girl who insists on spooning with everybody in the corporate limits ought to be backed into the woodshed and relieved of her overflow of affection with a No 11 slipper laid carelessly across the hiplets We had sooner see a girl kiss a blind shoat 1Iyrq t through a barbed wire fence than to have her change partners six nights a week in the front parlor isIharder to marry off a girlwho has been pawed over by every yap in the community than it is to fatten a sheep on pineapple ice cream You cant gold brick a sharpeyed suitor with second hand goods any more than you can fit a bathrobe on a goat There are lots of weakminded parents who are going up against the judgment day with about as much show as a in a childIIrenblessed with the enthusiasm of a onelegged man at a country dance Sugar Beets as a Stock Feed Stockman have long been of the opinion that a ration of man gels of sugar beets in some way causes kidney or bladder stones when fed for any length of time To shed some light on this sub ject the Iowa experiment station has been carrying on some ex periments in feeding mangels and sugar beets to rams The result of these experiments show conclusively that such feeding is attended with considerable dan ger and is almost sure to prove fatal continued for any consid erable period of time For short fattening periods there is no particular danger and the roots make a valuable addition to the ration Country Gentleman Those Pies of Boyhood How delicious were the pies of boy hood No pies now ever taste so good whats changed the pies No Its you Youve lost the strong healthy sto mach the vigorous liver the active kid neys the regular bowels ot boyhood Your digestion is poor and you blame the food Whats needed A complete toning up by Electric Bitters of all or gans of digestionstomach Liver Kid neys Bowels Try them Theyll re store your boyhood appetite and appre ciation of food and fairly saturate your body with new health strength and vigor 50c at Paull Drug Co Faithfulnese is What Counts The man who is always doing thingaa reputation succeeds only in ob taining notoriety while be who never thinks of anything but duty secures a reputation without being aware of it A young man who shunned publicity and who did his work as he thought out of sight of the worldrecently passed away In his last illness he was surprised to learn ofj crowds who came to express their sympathy many of them people of whom he bidnever heard They had iuietely watch ed his quiet work and knew him not byhi efforts t t4ake him 4 1t self known but by his efforts to be faithful Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1910 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or cor rection of dates- Madisonville July 195 days Henderson July 265 days Lancaster July 273 days Versailles August 34 days Danville August 33 daysIBerea August 43 Lexington August 86 days Russell Springs Aug 94 daysI Taylorsville August 94 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 days Nicholasville Aug 303 days Fern Creek Aug 304 days Hardenburg Aug 303 days Barboursville Aug 313 days Florence Sept 13 days Paris Sept 65 days Hodgenville Sept 63 days TriCounty Fair Sanders Sept f 74 days Mayfield Sept 74 days Monticello Sept 63 days Glasgow Sept 284 days Falmouth Sept 284 days Kentucky State Fair Louis ville Sept 12=6 days WantedWhite OakLogs 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 Senator Lodge announced that Col Roosevelt would return to Massachusetts in the fall and take part in the Republican State a JS 2a eu e XXY Ce e IIie Will be sold at a Great Sacrifice Do not Fail I to visit our Big Store if you are In need of e Floor = overings or Pretty Hangings j I for your Doors and Windows Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff I 522 524 W Market M itolaisville s KntuckyJere e Lv Al Good Farm For Sale Cheap Two Hundred Acres of Land in a good neighborhood near 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 t LoH Cabell Miami Kentucky j a f i FRANK CORCORAN f 8i h Grade Marble Granite Cemeterywork See US before you buy Represented by CG JEFFRIES in this and adjoining counties Lebanone Ky i campaign The Senator said the Colonel was interested in the success of himself and Govi DraperiSample Helps Frail Women So many women are dragging out weary lives just because their diges tive organs are weak The result is poor circulation nervousness and the verge of invalidism It is often very unnecessary faultThe and the womans own first thing to do is to look to the trou1IareIsults indigestion piles weariness etc otButedles and things of that kind until you movingYouonce or twice a day all your petty ills will disappear Take a good mild laxative tonic like Dr Caldwella willfindstronger your bowels will regulate them andthendisappear Dont take strong cathartic pllls or salts but just such a mild and CaldwellaIIYou can obtain a bottle of your drug fifty cents or one dollar and- size may be enough to pettna- womenkeep themfneverusedCox 409 Twentyfifth street Moline HI and Mrs Ellen Dungan Muncie Ind and send to Dr Caldwell for a free trial bot tie as they did and learn for yourself Lwhat It will do In your own case That Isjto give you any medical advice you may desire 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BRIGKTERBETTERBIGGER THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES ilS 500 A YEARI- F YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY- NEWS AND THE LOU1SVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhereHas best corps of core pondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectly Covers the general news field completely I Has the best v and fullest mar kets reports DEMOCRATIC in politics but fair to everybody SEND YOURSUBSCKIP liON SIGHT AWAYi i TOUTHISIPAPER not to The Louisville Times 4 7 THE ALAIR COLNIYE EW S Jj4n IRE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS J if Published Every Wednesday 1 BV THE Adair County News Company INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR l Democratic newspaper devoted to the in terest of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and ad cent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as sec ond class mail matter WD JULY 13 1910 Jeffries has fought his last figHtr His father says that Provi den e defeated him They JeffriesJohnson fight pictures have been barred from nearly all the large cities It was feared there exhibition would bring on trouble between the whites and the blacks i Frank Reynolds met an awful death in Louisville a few days ago He was standing over a sewer talking to a friend when suddenly the eath caved in and hejwent down to his death His friend could not save him and he hallooed for help and a num ber of men went to the scene but too late to render assistance FUl1Ierwas a Democrat and a great law yer He was appointed a Judge of the Supreme Court by the late President Cleveland His va cancy will probably be filled by Judges Hughes a late Governor of New York Senator Bob Taylor of Tenn essee who promised some time ago to canvass and make speech es over the State for the Patter son crowd has withdrawn said promise Pattersons opposes made it too hot for the Senator The Democracy of Tennessee is in very bad shape the murdering pari doning of Cooper being the cause Throughout the country Re publicans are seeking the aid of announceIiment thousand votes for Senator Bev erage in a speech to be delivered in Indiana shows the high estimate of his services as Republicans claim If their estimate is correct he must be the dictator hiSIpartysiansso to speak Go see Teddy if you have troubles Carl Etherington whose home was at Willisburg Washington county this state was lynched at Newark Ohio last Saturday night four thousand men report ed to have been in the mobII Etherington was a detictive by the AntiSaloon League and he raided a place owned Ipy a policeman where soft drinks were sold The officer and Etherington got into a fight the latter killing the former Etherington was placed in jail the doors knocked down and was taken out and mobbed HisI i remains were shipped to Kentucky The officers who per mitted this foul deed should be severely delt with t4 The departure from the newspaper fraternity of Mr Thos W Mattingly removes one fjts oldest member fife a bep editor and Part owner of the epahon Enterprise for the past 4 w j irV v 1Jis fL L fe fifteen years He has sold his ihteiesttQhlspartiier Mr Oliver Kelleyand will remove with his family to Little Rock Ark having accepted a position as teacher in a noted Chatholic in stitution of learning The best wishes of Mr Mattinglys many Kentucky friends will follow him to Arkansas He was a pruden- writer and was connectedwith a good paper The Enterprise i Democratic and there will be n change in its sentiment The sainted Desha Brickin ridge editor of the Lexington Herald declines to support Campbell Cantrill who was nominated for Congress by the Democrats in the Seventh district What difference will it make Brickinridges Demo cracy is not more than skin deep For several years he has been as muchagainst the Democratic party as he has been for it Now if the State Journal Beekhams paper would announce that it could not support the nominee fro Cantrill would probably con sider the propiety of withdraw ingin a horn If a Democrat goes into a primary votes for his choice and his favorite loses he will support the nominee If he muchIwhere else r Dingo Miss Mars Stapp the old lady who was removed from the Gradyville section a few weeks ago died at the home of J D Patterson last Monday and was burried at the Patterson ceme tery next day She was a high ly respected old lady and was an aunt of Mrs Patterson instead of her grand mother as stated in the News a few weeks ago She had never been married but leaves a host of relatives and friends to mourn their loss James T Page Columbia did business here a few days last week Mr and Mrs Manna Kemp Gradyville visited at J D Patterson slast Saturday and Sun day324k acres of the land former ly owned by the late John Blair was sold at the courthouse door last Monday for 133090 N M Tutt being the purchaser This is extra good land and in the lifetime of Squire Blair this was considered one of the best farms in southern Kentucky And now since Mr Tutt has been pronounced to be one of the best farmers in the State may we not expect to see this farm again blooming like the rose within the near future Rufus the little son of Mr and Mrs J G CampbellIS very sick at this writing There has been more fish in Harrodsfork this season than for But I think that foriIous ways and notwithstanding iJ the laws on this subject think that seine from five feet to a hundred yards long have been used Hence there has not been many minnows left Ruby We are having some 1 behindtwith their work Mrsstheosick list is reported better Mr and Mrs Vennis Royse Dirigo visited Mr and Mrs Arthur Royse MondayE Mr and Estes were the pleasant guest of Mr and Mrs W J Bean Sunday Ruth the little daughter of Mr and Mrs X W Scott who has been on the sick list is better Mr and Mrs Moran of Columbia visited the family of W J Bean Sunday Russell Springs Dr A A Hatfield is visiting his parents at Jabez this week Drs S J Simmons and B J Bolin who graduated in the medical department University of Louisville on June 30th ar rived here last week jti Mrs Tina Wells is visiting in Columbia this week V Mr Vernon Holt came in Mon day with his race horses which he will train until the Fair at this place Aug 9 Mrs Vertie Stephens and Miss Will Winfrey were in town Fri day Mr Welby Absher has charge of the soda fountain Mr Orville Holt has accepted a position with the Winfrey lum ber and stave Co We understand that Profr Barnes has been employed as principal of the school at this place for this year We think the school board made J1 wise choice and that patrons of the school will be pleased to learn that Prof Barnes is to return to Russell Springs Prof W L Stearman this place returned recently hIvisit to Dallas Tex Wand again immediately to accept a position in the department of commerce and labor Washington D C Prof Stearmans brother who has been in Texas about seventeen years accompanied him on his return from Dallas and is now spending some time visiting relatives and friends in Russell county e LIrw Napoleons Grit Was of the unconquerable neversay die kind the kind that you need most when you have a bad cold cough or lung disease Suppose troches cough syrups cod liver oil or doctors have all faileddont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Discovery Satisfac tion is guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of hopeless sufferers It masters 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 liD BLAME THE HEN i IQQbuta D q you know is good all the time f U Ir cMUR LL MILLER Cplumb Ky I SetlTliat Kind M KXXiQGQC 3O3a8 CI BQE X r jt p t If 4 4 t t- I iiki 7 Columbia Fair 1it 1J lJf J1 J e Gv 4pit i 4f9 A l t f August 234Daysst i 1 J U f4r4jJj I i An Attractive Premium List J nn Jr ijJ lfIiof t ij EXCITING RACES AND MINTERESTING RINGS I 0 0 A Louisville Band ofkllusiFA UNDERTAKERS We are prepared To Furnish Undertakers Goods and Embalm Call or Write Us THE BUCHANAN LYON CO Incorporated- CAMPBELLSVILLE KENTUCKY Pro ramm- The Missionary and Sunday School Convention of the South Cumberland River Baptist As sociation will meet at Jamesr town Russell Co Ky Saturday and Sunday July 30 and 31 1910 SATURDAY 101 M 1 Devotional exercise E Bry ant 2 Organization 3 The arthority of the Bible S B Collins Oscar Bertram 4 The church during the dark age J M Pierce C M Deener W I Barrett 5 The progress of the church since the dark age J R Grider William Sharp B F Vails 6 Saturday night sermon by S P Stapp SUNDAY 9 A M 1 A church Pastor a The conditions of hiscall 1 M Grimsley H P Bottom b His beginning W A Breeding c The character of his pas toriate and his attitude toward other ministers S P Stapp d His closing out and the churches response J Sf Smith J I Grider t n 2 A general discussion oft f e i t2A TivA Give us a trial We Guarantee Please you Table supplied With the Best A Market Affords Meals 35 MILLEN HOUSEM D MILLEN 2 O Proprs Located on Reastof L N Station Lebanon e- ntucooo=oiIBinders m Rakes Twine oMowerO 4The amous jii 0 Lu DeeAig Machine None better as Ever one who is up on Mar= V vesting Machines tan Testify We have a o Large Stock on hand Prices Right 0 q Harness Saddles and a General UBuggies Hardw e See our Goods and Get O T VVOur 0 t THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE LO OcliJCIOL lOCI n Sunday school led bY Windfield largeeivN v 1ii i SOng service duringsession by Bro Knights chtxs 1t J 1t l a k y ty i Ir TIE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSr0 YY YXJCR7C CYYY7Y YYS6Y C1 YYY I L PERSONAL jMr JN Coffey is in the Louisville market this week Mr L Bf Smith Campbellsville was here last Thursday Mr Luther Williams was here from Montpelier Monday Mr L C Neat and his children are all rapidly improving Master Hugh Davis Noe has about recovered from measles Mrs L C Hurt was quite sick several days of last week Mr Avery Stephens Russell Springs was in Columbia last Friday Mr John Q Alexander Campbells ville was here a few days ago Miss Orithy Dowdy of Greensburgf is visiting Miss Pearl Hindman Mr0 W McAllister and wife were here from Carie Valley Monday Mrs George Rosenfield has returnedIto her home Smiths Grove Mr J 0 Russell will be in Cincin nati this week purchasing goods Mr U S Howard of London spent several days in Columbia last week Mrs Allen Walker was quite sick all last week but has very much improved JIr Ed Butler who lives near Mt Pleasant was on the sick list last week FMr Wm Butler who lives two mies from town is seriously ill at this writ ingDr S D Crenshaw returned from a professional visit to Edmonton last ThursdayMr Garnett will attend the State Bar Association at Middlesboro this week jj Mrs Tinie Wells of Russell Springs is visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs J F Montgomery Ah infant child of Mr and Mrs C L Pyle near Hustonville who has been quite sick is improving Mr Ray Conover who has been in Virginia for several weeks returned home last Saturday night IIMis5es Mary Stephens and Lola Gen Madisonville are visiting at the home of Mr W H Wilson Mr Fred McLean spent last week at Liberty assisting the circuit court clerk of Casey county onwho a uatd LouiSIIvilleDr B J Bolin who graduated from the Louisville University of Medicine returned to Jamestown last week r Erlene daughter of Mr and Mrs P V Grissom has recovered from mea sles and now has whooping cough Annie Elizabeth daughter of R G Squires who had measles at J S Breedings of this place has recovered N Nell Hancock a little daughterof Judge and Mrs Junius Hancock who was quite sick last week has recover edIGeorgetown last weekMidway Clipper Misses Estelle Willis and Nell Tup man who have been teaching InI Georgia returned home last Thursday afternoonMr Strange went to Burkes ville Sunday and returned Monday with his wife and children who had been visiting in that place Mrs C M Barnett nee Miss Lina Rosenfield of Evansville Ind is spending a few weeks with her home people in Columbia Mr N J Wilcoxson father of Mrs W R Myers who spent last week in Columbia returned to his home in Green county Sunday Mr Caleb Powers last Wednes day night at the Hancock Hotel and during the week he filled four or five appointments in the county Mr J H Lillis and wife of Frank fort are visiting Mrs Lillis parents near town Mr and Mrs M Yarherry Mrs Lillis will remain several weeks Mr George Montgomery son of Mr and Mrs J F Montgomery who lives in Quanah Texas is at home for a few weeks Young people all gave him the glad hand Mr C W Alexander and Mr S M Young were in Columbia last Wednesday afternoon and arranged with this office for the printing of the Butjes yille Fair catalogues IRev S G Shelley and wife of Louisville i arrived in Columbia last Wednesday and stopped at the home of MissMattie Sinclair They were en route for Albany 1 1 Mr E R Hutchings who spent ten days r here selling stock in the National Automatic Casualty Insurance mpa ny left for Campbellsville this mom ing Hewas quite successful here Mr W L Baker wife and three JC tf e children Monticello are visiting at the home of Mr Bakers father Judge H C Baker Their two youngest children were baptized fast Sunday afternoon by Rev J R Crawford pastor of the Presbyterian Church v Mr George Flowers of Gradyville who will be eighty years old in August spent a few days of last week with relatives in Columbia He stated to The News that he was in reasonably good health He served with Governor Hind man G A Kemp Josh and Wm But ler in the Federal army during the civil war REPORT CONDITION OF THE FARMERS BANK Doing at St of Valley County Adair State of Kentuc15yIITHE ClOSE IRESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers as surety S 46 095 27 Other Stocks Bonds Etc 46 095 27 Due from National Banks 630 95 Due from State Banks and Bankers 4 983 62 Due from Trust Companies 5614 57 United States and National Bank Notes 138000 Specie 507 01 1887 01 Checks and other cash items Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured y 596 76 76 Current expenses Paid 815 Real EstateBanking House 3 025 00 Furniture and fixtures 2180 00 Other Assets not included under any of above heads 6010 01 60213 62 ITotal S Z J J J J J J S S i 50 tJ c T Ky in in 15 00i Undivided to to on is 67 67 70 and 12 00 817 70 t r STATE OF 1 County Adair f I 0 W Cashier of above named do solemnly swear that above is true to the of my knowledge and belief W McAllister Cashier and sworn before me this day of 1910 expires Jan 10 1914 r J W Sublett Notary Public Correct Attest Jno G Sublett A R Feese Directors N M Hancock J Additional Locals An effort will be made to start hnew Columbia A gentleman who is a real estate dealer was here last Saturday He purchased Mr D Barbees home and land attached for 4700 the land to be cut into building lots and sold to highest bidder The sale will be extensively advertised and it is expect ed to come off in a very time Mrs William Harvey who lived on Dry Fork this county and who was a very old woman died of last week She left a husband who is eighty yearsold deaf and dumb and several married sons and daughters Notice All property owners on each of the principal streets in the town of Co lumbia will do well to look at the side walk ordinance recently passed requiring all sidewalks and private driveway with concrete and to have same complered by Aug 1 1910 All walks and crossings not constructed by that date will be let by contract Read that you may know because it will be carried out in full Board of Trustees of Town of The attendance at the citizens meet Sunday afternoon was not large but were several good speeches The speech of Mr G P Smythe and Rev Talley were highly complimented PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W H C Sandidge Greensburg F J Barger Smiths Chapel T Williams Pleasant Hill N Walbert Big Creek R Edmonton A Johnston Elroy J H Rood Cane Valley F Turner Mt Pleasant W Levi Mt Gilead Menzies Mosbys Ridge B M Currie Columbia S P Stapp Mt Vernon W Dudgeon Pikes Ridge t W B Cave Pleasant Ridge Stock Items H Jones of place bought a year old mare from his brother C H Jones of Hoyious for 125 Holmes cor John R Cundiff sold a milk cow to Henry Wooldridge for 18 Owen Wil son sold one horse to Bob Hancock of Kellyville for one hundred and sixty dollars Webbsold one sow and pigs toiW Sublett for 30 Eugene Grasham bought one of muleslast week pxicMQR hun rimed and fifty Jdpl flars We didftJtlemrn who he bought them from1Pehhamcor- There was twfiimuch rain last week tofiitthe growing but all will 1 J FOXES WANTED tRcd and Grey Foxesy 1200 Squirrels to5OI ii boh Andxpre 11 W 75 125 Cendnameotsour fpre5s otlicein first i11Mletter W HODGEN Box 232 Campbellsvllle When you visit the Columbia Fair August 23d four days you will hear firstclass music Wherleys band of Louisville will make the music OF THE Business Alain Town Cane of AT OF Capital Stock paid cash Surplus 22500 profits 97125 Fund pay Taxes 1 196 25 Deposits subject check which interest not paid 31199 Certified Checks Due State Banks and Bankers 117 Notes Bills rediscounted 700 Bills Payable L aIKENTUCKY of McAllister Bank the statement best 0 Subscribed to 5th July My commission the short Tuesday four constructed the ordinance Columbia ing so there Crawford this three dames span crops LIABILITIES Fund 31199 Sct the be right in the en d There was talk that there was danger of wheat and po tatoes sprouting Mr Marion Antle has raised the front of his dwelling another story and made some other valuable improvements on his home making it an inviting place LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLEI Shipping steer 675725 Beef steerseo 350600 Fat heifers and cows 4 00625 Cutters 7 250375 Canners 150250 Bulls 200425 Feeders eo eo 400525 Stockers 275500 Choice milch cows 35004500 Common to fair cows 15003500 HOGSIChoice 165 to 200 885 Mediums 130 to 165 945IPigs r 840 Roughs 820 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best Iambs 750800 Culls 550650 Fat sheep 400550 GRAIN Wheat 125 Qorn J 100- taLocal Market The following is the Local Market given by S H Grins teaJNjCo todav EggsS 14 10c6ickensCocks 4 Turkeys 6 toB Geeseeo 7 4 Ducks 6 Wool clear grease 20 to 22 Wool washed 28 to 30 Hides green 6 to 7 Hides dry 15to 18 F athersv 35 to40 Ginseng 5 to 5 75 Beeswax 25 to 28 The News is informed that Dr Ira Simpson and Miss Ritchie Alexander will be married in Burkesville this evening at 8 oclock The intended groom is a son of Dr G T Simpson Adair county the bride to be a daugh ter of Mr C W Alexander The couple will reside atBurkesville A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand Bucklens Ar nica Salveearths greatest heeler burnseczema chapped hands and lips sore eyes or corns its supreme Surest pile curs 25c at Paull Drug Co T 4 I REPQRT f TH E CONDITION OF THE B1RMERS BflHK CaseysCreekCounty of SdairStafe of Kentucky At the Close of Business on the 30th Day of June 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more endors ers as surety 2959175 Real Estate IortgagesICall Loans on Collateral Time Loanson Collateral US Bonds Other Stocks Bonds Etc S 29 501 75 Due from National Banks 3 407 fO Due from State Banks and Bankers Due from Trust Companies 3 47 United States and National Bank Notes 200300 Specie 1 230 5S 3 230 53 Checks and other cash items Exchange for clearing house Overdrafts secured 100 00 Overdrafts unsecured 00 Taxes Current Expenses Paid Real EstateBankinghouse Other Real Estate r Furniture and Fixtures 2860 Otherassets not included under anyof aboveheads 80000 fjr vTotal 39 100 23 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 15dobOo Surplus Funds 304 00 Undivided Profits Fund to pay Taxes 15 roO 00 Deposits subject to check on which interest It is not paid 2700 23 Certified Checks 23 800 231 DueNational Banks Due Trust Companies Cashiers Checks outstanding Notes and Bills redis- counted J y Unpaided Dlvidens Taxes due and unpaid Bills payable Amount of unclaimedSdepositsonhand Other Liabilities not included under any of the above heads TotaL 3910023 STATE OF KENTUCKY aScCOUNTY OF ADAIR t W Smith Cashier of the above Bank do solemnly swear that the Inamedstatement beliefE is true to the best ofmy know W Smith cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of July 1910 W C WOLFORD Notary PublicAdair countyKy MY commission expires April 11 1911 9 CorrectAttest v G E Walker Director J1 Williams Director- S S Goode Director Try A Sack Of EVERY SACK GUARANTEED GEO E WILSON EXCLUSIVE DEALER FOR COLUMBIA Y I also keep a full stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries and ska share of your patronage Columbia District Fourth Round Mannsville Iannsvi1Ie Aug 2021 Campbellsville Sta Aug 21 22 Columbia and Tabor Tabor Aug 2728 Cane Valley Milltown Aug 2829 Spurlington and Early Union Ridge Sept 34 West TompkinsyilleSept 10 11 Temple Hill Sept 1314K Tompkinsville Sept 1718 Gradyville Pleasant I Ridge Sept 2425 T L Hulse P E There will be singing at Zion the Sth Sunday afternoon conducted by R 0 jCabbeU J V Dudley G W Turnery and J 0 Darnel Every body come out and bfmg your books S k t V VII If II 7K mn I If f If I I Ii IC isCi IfI riic If7K CLEARANCE SALE i V w AT II V- w MRS ERMINE WILSONS STORE is wRussell Springs Ky 7i T From July 1st to the 16th I will sell all Summer Goods V iiiatGreatly Reduced Prices TVI am now in my New Store House and am Prepared DIal Store Remember that if you are in need of Summer 7i t Goods now is the Time to Purchase 31E fE r I have an Elegant Line of Ladies Fine Shoes anda I MYv fi 1iv Prices iV f7r- jvE k lC lC v rv lCJC IL Immm 7K f K7II I IItKiI m7IfI n Tm Dissolution Sale OF CRAWFORD BROTHERS ST LAMBERTAi J JERSEYi i HERDjIConsisting of 40 High Bred Jersey Cattle and Six High Grade Cows Thursday July 14 1910 AT LEBANON KY Beginning at One Oclock p m sharp Every Jersey owned by the Crawford Brothers will be sold This includes the magnificient herd 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 nine horse power Hagan portable Gasoline Engine and portable Vilder Vhirlwind Ensilage and Fodder Cutter For catalogue write CRAWFORD BROS Lebanon Ky III t a r Program t VJ OF THE 1ri vcFifthPleasant Ridge Baptist Church Green Count ty Ky July 30 and 31 1910 m l i 930 Devotional exercises by pastor W B Cave 1000Should every member contribute regularly to Missions and why C M Johnson M D Prescott G R Durett 1030 Bible on missions H S Robinson E F Tucker W B Cave 1115Are our churches honor ing our Lord as they should with refernce to Missions If not why not W G Willborn W TUn derwood W W Ingram 1200=Dinner on the ground 130 What are Missions doing for the world J S Gatton B W Penick E H Henderson 200 Each Christians duty inr the evangilization of the world W L Pierce T EtIEnnis M S Ferreli u 230 Best way of securing a systamatic contribution from each member to missions Dr A Shive yW iE Graham J Lw Pierce j t f t IJ SUNDAY JULY 31 1910 900 a m Devotional exercises E H HendersonU 0 7915 Why should every Sun day school have a home depart ment G M Grimsley A W Curry Mary P Lewis 945 How does a rightly cbri ducted teachers training class j benefit a S S Mrs etfcieH Wilson Mrs W T Underwood f R B Wilson 1015That social features are commendable for holding and increasing a S S E M Blakeman E H Henderson S G Bell AY H Graham 1030 The importance ofca weekly and quarterly review t James Garnett WeJ Coakly J J Stearman I 1100 Missranary se m niv L Pierce Alernate T E Enhis W BtCa e- W HGr ham Commit fu EM B kemanr rte ct f t 4r5 4- Y Aq iiT4 r i F i II 7 vIi i THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS V I Dehletf Bios eoeewee 116 E market St Bet 1st Brook Iiouisville Kentucky Get Our Quota Lion on ELLWOOD FENCE e SefOre you buy We Will save your Iron and JOBBING E- sci T RON ftA DWR E Cllipe Cutlery Guns WAGON MATE IAiee Telephone 2167Both Phones so o ooeoa a eee peee aeooose U IIARDWPres J COCKE Pres R DIETZMAN Sec W i Ti Pyne tsppJy CoI ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED J VllliLtRIG14TS I rn1CfI141STZ DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIKTeeNTHMftIN LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS Sheet Tank Work WORK SOLICITED All Kinds of Machinery Repaired I 4 + aieeeeeao t t E fI l- rf n 1 jc ii COMPANY BLINDS 1889 i e j 7 i t Sash and Door i in the 1 Send your orders to us for prompt goods Tf We them ci liE11GO1 Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings QQlumns Porgli Material Stair Work- juterior Finish Etc Largest Wholesale House South shipment andegood appreciate INCORPORATED IILOU1SVILLEIKY 44o sHSSOOeeesoeoo see e- wl 1 V e v V l 71 7K l li 71 171 lI i 11 7j l1 If a- j Fifth Avenue Hotel II PIKE CAMPBELL MGRnIc I mRefurnishedvi modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu m lar Prices Convenient to WholesalenCand Retail Districts Churches andwTheaters wm- t itC- IE FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUTSTREETS 7f I Louisville Kentucky 71CmjCr7171Cicmmmmii C m- wiiJXVIX vwwwviww Sri IIv v wn ICn71irewr w vi71 imetc IT COSTS NOTHING 7K 1 r Propertyrr1 i WITHa jIE 7Th Q Paul Smythe 7K Law y errvE 1 RAEL ESTATE AGENT v Ji Columbia Ky 7K 7r you wish to Buy or Sell call on Him wSIC 4 Offite In GirnetllBuiding over Post S i Town Pro erty and Farm LandsiFor Sale 4 Ka The Adair County News and CourierJournal Both rOne Year tor 150 o Webbs X Roads Our merchant J A Webb is having a thriving trade cunIninghamtook examination at Liberty last weekMiss Marie Duffy of CincinnatiI- S spending a few weeks at the home of N E Weirs for her gradIcinnati and has never been in the country We are glad to have her with us Mr U E Stapp of Roy was visiting here Sunday Mrs Doc Foley who has been visiting a sick brother in Green county has returned home Mr Joe Lucas who has been in very poor health this spring is able to be out againI Mr and Mrs Henry Lucas were the guests of Mr Mrs N E Weir one day last week J A Webb and herIMrs Mrs Ethel Webb were visiting at Mr June Webbs one day last week Mr James Pelley our poultry man and Miss Ada Loy of Lut trells creek passed through here one day last wtek en route for Tennessee where they were quietly married Miss Prudy Stackhouse who has been very sick for a year is improving slowly Out of the 45 applicants for certificates in Casey county Ethel Webb recieved highest grade Misses Cap Clarius and Beat lee fie bspent Sunday with Jessie Weir and Miss Duffy Napoleons Grit Was Of the Unconquerable neversay 1e kind the kind that you need most when you have a bad cold Cough or lung disease Suppose troches cough syrups cod liver oil or doctors have all failed dont lose heart or hope Take Dr Kings New Discovery Satisfac tion 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 Bill Nyes Cow Bill Nye once had a cow to sell and advertised her as follows Owing to my ill health I will sell at my residence in township 19 range 18 according to the government survey one plush raspberry cow aged 8 years She i s o f undoubted courage and gives milk frequently To a man who does not fear death in any form she would be a great boon She is very much attached to her present home f with a stay chain but she will be sold to anyone who will agree to treat her right She vis one fourth Shorthorn and three fourths hyena I will also throw in a doublebarreled shotgun which goes with her In she usually goes away for a wee two and returns with a tall calf with wabbly legs Her for is Rose I would rath- eonresidentExher to a ri Some Poultry Donts Dont inbreed your flock t Dont handle eggs for hatch ing with greasy hands Dont fatten your hens if you wish them to lay Dont feed sitting hens soft food Feed corn and wheat also give plenty water Dont set a hen among other l 1 ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR u W If so we can furnish anything you may need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof = C ing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns of very description Our stock of Siding I Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould j ing is manufactured from Dry Lumb rfti We can furnish any material needed mf sour line and keep the largest and bestaassorted stock of Finishing Material of 4Phonej e SAJNTDTISKY COMP ANYCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY 4 hens for they disturb her Dont let the dog worry your poultryDont crowd yourchicks in the brooder if you want fine broil ersDont breed scrub poultry none but pure bred Dont feed chicks sloppy food Dont buy cheapbreeding stockDont forget to give freshwater every day Dont let eggs get chilled that aro to be used for hatching Dont allow your little chicks in the grass till the dew is off Dont let the lice get near your poultry or poultry houses Dont risk valuable aggs with pullets as setters Much Wasted exI could be paid out of what is SYSjtern cut down the expenses of the State at the same time he is increasing the revenue Mr James wants to show money in the treasury and all debts paid- when he goes out of office and is bending every effort in that direction To this end he is collecting back taxes from every- available source and is stirring things up in many counties Mr James says that the State will pull out of the hole all right He has contended this all along- and has insisted that an extra session of the Legislature was not necessary IMr James is one of the hardest workers at the capitol and he knows how to economise tIme- so that he can transact a world of business during office hours and have time for other things Somebody asked Mr James holy he found time to attend to so many different lines of busi busykas Mr james replied andrhow to save it Then I go to work early and clean up each days work that day so that things never accumulate I would rather come to work early and get through early than come down late and have to work late H II r Good Treatment For The Sow Give the sow good treatment after she has suckled the litter and they are weaned She is l worthy of it She has done theI best she could and will try it again this fall if you breed her Do not think that a sow that is thin should have a bushel of corn thrown to her every day and this will bring her up from a run down shape Slop her generously and give her pasturage that she likes a clean bed at night some grain twice a day and keep her away from the tor menting pigs that will vorry her life to a thread If you want a good fall litter and want early ones give her at tention and she will soon be in shape to breed If she has toi run the gamut of summer liceI and filth dirty troughs and scant feed or feed of one kind she willnot come ready for breeding as soon as if she had care Re member that To be at her best for breeding does not mean that she should be fat and so big she can hardly get about It means that her blood and digestive Pj ppratus should be in fine shape that her legs and body should be in good trim from the exercise she gets in foraging about and that she has come to know you as a porkers friend and will walk up to you when you goi down to the pasture Ex t A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy may cause cuts bruises abrasions sprains or wounds that demand Bucklens Ar nica Salveearths greatest healer Quick relief and prompt cure results For burns boils sores of all kinds ec2ema chapped hands and lips sore eyes or corns its supreme Surest pile cure 25c at Paull Drug Ca A Pig That Caused a War Champ Clark the minority leader in the House of Representatives says he hopes to write some day a book about what a margin of one vote has caused to happen in the history of his country One of the instances of what one vote will do he describes as follows The war between this country England in 1812 was caused by one vote and stranger still the small margin came from a pigs getting its head struck in a rail fence It was Rhode Island fence at that but built much like a Virginia worm fence They were having an election of members of the Legislaturein Rhode Island One Federalist put off going to the election and left himself just time enough to get there before the polls closed Just as he got on his horse and started for town he heard a pig squeal He looked around into that old rail fence and anybody who knows anything about hogs knows that the hogs would hone eaten that pig up if it hadnt been rescued The farmer stop ped long enough to liberate the pollsIthey were closed He was too lateThe result was that a Democratic member of the Legislature was elected from that district by one vote and he would not have been elected if that Federal had got there on time In the Legis lature a Democratic United States Senator was elected by lone vote and that Democratic legislator who had been elected by oiie vote voted for him In the United States Senate they voted for the war of 1812 by one vote and that Rhode Island Democratic Senator who had been elected because that pig got caught in the fence voted for the war of 1812 Popular tagazine The Medical Society etYI15 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 readIa paper on the use of Medical Societies Sam TaylorShould we leave our regular business to attend Medical So ciety 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 Taylor l Why Jones Was Sad Jones rich grandmother died and Jones seemed unnaturally friendsItried to cheer him i She left a last will and testa ment I suppose said Jenkins carelesslyOh said Jones raising his head at last she left a will and testamentAn in Brown you were always a friend of hers Of course your name was mention t- ed Yes answered Jones bursting into floods of tears my name was mentioned boys I I am to have They hung expectant whIle more sobs choked back his words I he declared at last anii to have the Testament r Scraps t For SaleM3ne good milk cow T M rer Columbia Kr r NEaVSTTHE ADAIR COUNTY 7 Nervous Women For nervous tired women we recommend Car dui Cardui is a womans medicine It acts specifi cally on the female organs and has a tonic building effect on the whole system It contains no harmful ingredients being a pure vegetable extract If you Suffr from some form of female trouble get Cardui at once and give it a fair triaL TAKECARDUIJ 35 It Will Help You Mrs w W- Cardui Gardner of Paducah Ky tried Cardui and writes uI think is just grand I have been usiisr it for eleven years I am 48 years old and feel like a different woman since i Have been taking it I used to suffer from bearing down ains nervousness and sleeplessness but now the pains are all gone and I sleep good I highly recommend Cardui for young and old Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES Manners for Children IfVcliildren are trained early regarding their table manners there can be no fear of the future The essentials are To sit at the table in an upright posi tion not to place the armes or elbows on the table to properly hold and use a knife forkspoon napkin glass etc not to place on atbeout noise toIbef ma glass This keeps the rimof a glass in a clean condi tion The little ones should be mpressed with the importance of taking the teaspoon from the cup and placing it in the saucer ks soon as they have stirred con Tents of the cup Teach them not to muss the food on their plates and to eat what is given them without comment It is better to serve them small por tions and allow them to be served a second time The knife and fork should never be crossed but should be placed paralled on the plate when the child has finished a course Tots should be taught to decide and answer promptly when asked as to their choice of food Make it a rule that the child can not come to the table with soiled face or hands un brushed hair are clothing in dis order Make the table a social gathering place for the family encourage the children tor- and joinjn the conversationto talk of their life outside of the home the occurrences in school or in play Never allow any gossip of any sortIf they need correcting in table manners make a note of the fault and speak of it after the meal Example is much strong earlytraining age of the bending of the twig can be shown and the little ones If who are taught at an early age r very rarely forget their lessons Like Some Other Epitaphs I was called in by a close fisted old merchant the other day a Boston lawyer remark ed smiling He wanted me to draw h- ceeded Is will and this I pro I to do following his verbal instruction Presently ht said To each and every den who has been in my employ con tinuously for ten years 1 give ten thousand dollars i 11 JZHG ji i r r ffl WW r considerI sum to me a slight protest as he had a num ber of daughters and his entire fortune was not large Oh thats all right h said witb a crooked little smile You know people have alway- said that I was close and hard and I want them to think well of me when I am gone I was a little touched and said something but he waved it aside and we contiued with the draft When it was finished and as I was about to leave the office the old fellow smiled again his crooked little smile About those ten thousand dollar legacies he said there isnt a clerk im my place who twoIyears n the papers The Green Bag Pellham Some of our farmers are lay ing by their corn Mr Willis Hutchison who has been quite sick is able to be out againMr Will Ed Squires and sis ters Misses Annie and Ruth visited at Milltown a few days agoMessrs J P and Ernest Cun diff and Misses Ruth Squires and Mattie Smithspent a pleasant day at Griffin Spring last Sunday Emma the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Roger Page was sick last week but is better at this writing Mr Jack Garnett who has been quite sick is not improving very much We are having a good Sunday school at Hutchison school house every Sunday evening MrClark of Cane Valley is Superintendent and is deeply interested in th Sunday School work Every amII am sure we can have a good Sunday School Mr Rheu Squires begun his school at Mt Carmel last Mon day The people made no mistake in selecting a good teacher Mr Squires is one of our best teachers Miss Julia Penick will commence her school at Hutchison School house the 5th of July This is Miss Penicks first school and we wish her much success eThe singing at Cyclone school largkcrowd singing Mr Luther Young conducted th singing We invite Mr Young l t r over to Hutchison School house some Sunday There are not many singers over here but noth ing like learning and trying to singMr 1 M Grimsley is trying to get a singing class made up at Hutchison school house He now has 15 scholars r McGaha Farmers are so busy plowing corn that they dream of plowing atnightThe at Pleasant View was largely attended and every body seemed well pleased Little David Bryant Jr hap pened to a painful accident the other day while on the way to Green river with a fishing party falling from the wagon breaking his arm The wound was dress ed by Dr Grissom One man in the party captured a hive of bees while on this trip Jordan Burton who has con sumption is no better The Pleasant View school has closed until the first Monday in August largeecopperhead snake the other day gardensPeople have commenced stacking wheat in this neighborhood Jessie Powell who has been sick is some better at this writ ing I M Grimsley will probably teach music during the month omission of the Pleasant View SchoolMr Frank Burton and wife werethe guest of J F Neat a few days ago LouisIIa agoIThe snakes cats and candy breakings make night hideous Mr Anderson Murrell who has been attending school in the blue grass section sang at Oak Grove last Sunday Mrs Lyda Dehart of Spur lington visited her son a few days ago Miss Susan Murrell singing at Oak Grove Bucker Grimsley was on the sick list a few days ago Miss Dinnie Grimsley who has been sick has recovered Several from the Pellham neighborhood attended the sing ing at Pleasant View iA short time ago the stork arrived at the home of Bay Rook and delivered a fine girl Ellic Sinclair is thinking of go ing to Illinois Mr Vanhoy the wellknown driller was in our town a few days ago KernseHealth of this neighborhood is very good at present Farmers are getting very well up with their work Wheat has been cut and some have stacked and awaiting the thresher Corn is looking fine in this sec- plowing tion some are through The Sunday school at this place is progressing nicely Its man nor and success is fertile and up todate in very respect uncle- control and instructed by its Superintendent W E Shaw It is the largest Sunday School in this part Morrison Co have a lot of good bety days 354t V7 1z ti tt l Strange Case Like Shylock with his judgment of a pound of flesh an Omaha jeweler has been placed in the dilemma of being unable to claim his property awarded by the court except at the risk of murder In this instance the pound of flesh is a 300 diamond in the vermiform appendix of selfconfessed shop lifter aII A well dressed young dialmonds slipped one of the finest of the stones into her mouth Accused she swallowed it But uptodate science is not baffled at so simple a trick The Xrays was applied to the young woman and the stolen diamondwas located in her appendix The diamond is your the judge to the jeweler causeI it but if in getting it you the young womans death you will be held for murder Surgeons say the diamond can be recovered only by an opera tion and that if it is not recover ed the young woman will surely die I will die before I will let them operate she says stoutly and they must not operath with out her consent operationIfor appendicitis must not be broken down If it should be few of us might escape the knife Few enough escape as itI is It was this same city of Omaha that a noted physician declared that not over three per cent of the operations performed for p pendicits are justified The ap pendix is supposed to be an or gan ofno use But on tha t catches and holds a 300 dia mond must be admitted as having it sv irtues and none can Blair e the prisoner for insisting upon retaining it To be sure a dia mond in the appendix is of no use But of what use is a diamond anywayIThe Country Boy Gets T ereI Unitedd States Department of Agricul ture claims that boys raised on the farm have a great advantage over those brought up in the city In a recent article in support of this view Mr Spillman points out that 92 per cent of the presi dents of the United States were brought up in the country and that 89 2 per cent of the state governors of the Union 839 per cent of the cabinet officers o the United States 55 4 per cent of the railway presidents 64 percent of the members of the house of representives and 706 per cent of the United States senators were similarly brought up Many of our greatest men were the sons of obscure parents Thomas Moore was the son of a grocer Rembrandt of a miller Euripides ofa fruiterer Virgil of a baker Horace of a freed slave Anayot of a currier Voltaire of a taxgather Lamonthe of a hatter Sixtus the Fifth of a swineherd Fletcher of a chand ler Massilon of a turner Tamer ofra herdsman Rosseau ofa watch maker Moliere of an upholsterer Ben Johnson of a maton Shake speare of a butcher Sir Thomas Lawrence ofa customhouse officer Collins of a hatter Gray farmerrEdward Siigden of a barber d r sxsxsxsxs e II WEEKLY I COURIER a s JOURNAL HENRY WATTERSON Editor I Is a National Newspaper Democratic in 1 politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 i a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL 1 I AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BOTH ONE e or YEARI If Q if you will give or send your order to papernot to the CourierJournal thisII J Daily ourier Journal Yr 680 i fQrate on Daily or Sunday if you will this paper writeIii K XX Xi H Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker Birdseliflilburn = =WagonsA car load o- fOliver Chilled Plows A carload of Disc Harrows II1 A car load o- fCultivatorsII One= Horse Corn Corn Planters Drills andI Will have the greatest and finest display ownfin this Green River Country ready for r Spring trade LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE ==f 1 Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L N R R Woodson Lewis j Th Merchant Greensburg Ky IMail orders promply attended to lj Keats of a liveryman The Farm Press Probably most people who buy goldfilled watches fancy that they are mysteriously impreg nated with gold As a matter of fact the term is misleading Gold filling consists in taking two sheets of gold between which is placed a section- soldercoated off 1metal w r y t I F1k r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t Gradyvillc Dr James and Bruce Taylor of East Fork Judge W H Moss and A W Tarter of Columbia attended the Powers speaking here last Thursday We have had rain every day for the past week John Campbell representing the Cumberland Grocery Co of Lebanon was to see our merchants Friday W B Hill after a absence of five months in Western Ky sell ing Pratts food returned home last week He reports he had a good business J Charles Sparks of Weed pass ed through here Friday en route for Columbia Mr Mayfield the well know dry goods man of Nashville wa calling on our merchants a day or so of last week J F Pendleton left here Fri day with a car load of sheep and marketaStrong Hills carding machine is now ready for busines and is in good running order Dr J H Grady of Columbia t c was here to see his brother a day or so of last week Mrs J N Coffey and Mrs george Stults of Columbia visit ed Mrs Ella Robertson last Thursday and Friday Mr H A Moss of Greensburg stopped over for dinner with his brother on his return from East Fork last Thursday Uncle Thomas Grady one of our oldest citizens has been on the sick list but we are glad to note at this time has greatly im proved Messrs Hill and Cummins will start their threshing machine the first of the week From the a pearance of their machine looks like it would do good busi ness teachjthe school at Cool Spring Miss Ethel Moore at Big creek and Mrs John Pickett at Nelson school house All the schools will begin Monday The trustees of the various schools should be complimented for securing the services of the above teachers Mr Jack Stotts of the Stotts community was in our town last Friday and informed us that everything was moving along nicely in his community with fine prospects for a good crop of corn and tobacco We must say to the MiI town reporter that we do not claim to produce oats equal to the Russell creek bottoms but we simply wanted to let the people know the virtue there is in the low grade of the Fox brand fertilizer on some of our ridge land used in oats r FIlelast week with Dr L C N- and ell others buying one of the largest tracts of timbered in this section The landI known in this community as the Dean land the consideration was 3250 Messrs Diddle and Pen dleton will have the timber made into lumber in the near future The continued rains for the past week has a littIebitdis xjouragecl our farmers as we havei Jeariis6me complaint a lb oUtj- their tobacco and corn in th grass and weeds also afraid they willflosetheir oats and arid heatiief oiieyj8 her can p del get it cut and stacked If we will only have patience everything wilLcome around all right no use to worry On Saturday before the first Sunday in August all the people that are interested in the old cemetery at Union are requese to meet there at 10 oclock an bring your dinner The inten tion of the call is to clean off the cemetery which is badly needed In the afternoon when the work is completed Rev J R Craw ford will preach us a sermon in the grove near by Possible w will have a memorial service Let us all remember the city o the dead and be there on tim with our dinner and do the work bpointedRepublis can at was estimated anywhere from three to five hundred people including all sects and color From what we have learned from th leaders of the Republican party in this section right at this time Mr Powers is sickly in th lead But we can not say just now what the result tiJifc be afte Mr Edwards delivers his message Mr Powers spoke from the residence of Mr Robert 0 Keltner and the large audience was in his yard and a good time prevailed with all- Glensfork The base ball games played n the 4th between the teams this place and the three neighboring tsams turned out to be base foul affair sure enoug Baseball is Americas National game and when properly conducted develops both muscle and character but in this country the regit ed the foul mouthed blackgaurd and blustering bully Mrs William Harvey died on SheIhad been in a very poor state health for several years and being very old no one expected her to survive the severe attack of measles Mrs Harvey had been indeed a good Samaritan in her neighborhood No sic neighbor was ever without t kI tender touch of her sympathetic hand She was very religious and we confidently believe she isI today numbered with the ho that surrounds Gods eternal throne Her aged husband who is a deaf mute survives her also four sons and a daughter David Willis of color died on the 2ndof consumption was about 75 years ofage an YIwas an and was at one time the proper ty of Mr A G Willis of Joppa Uncle Dave was devoutly reli gious and was the most honestI peaceful and upright atnd a The social at H C Hudsons a few nights ago was well attended and highly enjoyed by all pres enc Caleb Powers addresseda small audience here on the 6th tonsb s fromCampoellsville to Lebanon wh his main office is located He will ereobe Campbellsvile of CQUntygivinglIf JStat tor Garlin Uncle Tom Conover is better heatFarm work has been suspended for several days on account f the wet weather dbvery nice in dwSeveral from this place attended the 4th at Bear Wallow and all reported a good time Miss Willard Huffaker opened up school at Disapointment the Wea as OfBep Miss Fannie Evans who has een visiting her sister Mrs Royse has returned home returneelwith her cousin Mrs SC Neat Columbia j childe ren Mrs J L Cooper andI daughters Kate Fiona and IePink Dunbar were splendidly hrby Mr and Mrs B G Redmon Mrs John Rule is visiting her daughter Mrs S C Neat Columbia who is very sick with measles V Bro M serImonDisappointment Mr and Mrs Aaron Wllso the day with Prof an Mrs Huffaker last Sunday RoYshrj ave gone away s Tarter k Wheat harvesting is just ov rand the crop is much better than was expected the quality being extra good Corn is looking fine meadows not very good Born to the wife of Frank Motofer and babe doing well CoumjbiaSunday School is progressing nicely at Whites School house with J 0 Wolford SuptIJ 0 White Norman and Jake Robinson were visiting in Russell county last SundayMr W G White was very sick one day last week but is able to be out at this writing Mr R C Neal was through herelast week buying hogs and sheep fidshi ng one a spon weighedge Mr J S Foley who has been in the asylum for the past three months came home last week Mrs Ann White came ho from Neatsburg last Sunday where she has been visiting h daughter for the last thr ee weeks tMr McCormick of Huston yule JCy was through here last week and purchased several c tie of different parties Mr Herman Bisker left last Sunday for Indianapolis Ind cryvisit his wife and son He w absent about 2 weeks Mr Os Bowmon of Libertyt was here last week oh busiriess t The Kentucky Smgpee Co has sb d a ne actory iiearir 1 there They have a large amount of timber to work A Stave mill is operating near re requiring a large number of hands to run it Mr Thomas Shepherd has been very sick forsome time but is reported some better at this riting John Gibson was visiting at SundayIftees met on the 25 of June and hired teachers as fcIIowsJ 0 hite Aliens schoolhouse Hnt houseIWhite Neatsburg Robt Williams Damron creek Laura Smythe Bryants school house Ambrose Smith Mt Olive b111itownt We are having plenty of rain ot presentMr Mercer and Book r Leftwich were in Greensburg ohe day last week proIJohnston as teacher Dan Hatcher with V M CarppbellsvilleI There was an old time singing here last Sunday evening conducted by Charlie Thomas Geo and Willie Shirley There will be a moonlight party nighnt youndp are to There was a show at this place 18 nights of last weekand ever 1 dy reported good time Mr S H Mitchell deputy sheriff was here one day of last IiMiss Minnie Rogers is visiting in Greensburg this week J A Diddle passed through here en route to the Chautauqua last week Jim Tutt and Albert Mercer WilcoxensIMr Cash Leftwitch happened to a painful accident one day last week while putting the floor in the bridge at this place He was carrying a heavy plank and Jpll mashing his foot very badly Lane Hartfield of Camp Knox has engaged all the wheat in this country He has a new machine and will try and do fine work Mr Jce E Johnston will leave for Lexington in a few days George Atkins was in Cam bellsville one day last week E H Coxof Greensburg will be here the 16th to take pictures Mrs J H Black of Miami dwas here shopping one day last week Mr J W Townsend ha 1Ithe carpet for the church and it will be in in a few days mG T Rogers made a flyin trip to Liletown last week erMr J T Mercer was i Greensburg Sunday He was wifeIre several days atThere wilt be several head of nice cattle for sale in this community in the near future Willas wee ng after stock J 7T7v r v Morrison Co haveraf lot of good dressed lumber which they wm sell TeT Jew the larketf lfjce for the nextth i yt days i t r 1 tr g Toria Rev Compton of Russell Co preached a very interesting ser mon at Mt Pleasant last Wednes adayThe singing at Chestnut Grov Sunday afternoon was very largelv attended and all report a nice time Mr Hurt a traveling sales man spent Tuesday night at this place N R Roach and Miss Mintie Walbert made a business trip to Columbia last Tuesday Shelvey Gibson who has been in Russell for some time returned to his home at Toria a few days agoSMary Roach was visiting Miss Nannie Rowe a few days of la s week Herschel Walbert of East Fork was at this place on busine one day last week teMrvisiting at C C Jones Tuesday1 night Mr Jesse Breeding and wi were at Herschel Breedings la SundayMisses Emma Jesse and Hatt Gibson spent Thursday nightrat N R Roachs Miss Mintie Walbert who has been at this place for five month returned to her home on Ea Fork Saturday where she will begin her school We regreted very mush to give her up raign Mr Logan Bryant wife an two sons of Childress Texas pareYnts near this place c L Absher Several from this place attended the picnic at Roley Miss Olive Walling and little sister Kathrine visited at Mrs Ethyl Russells last week Misses Bertha and Audra Dill ihgham visited their sister Mrs 0 G Hendrickson of Casey 1 county last Saturday and Sunday Mr Nell Cape left Monday for Edinburg Ind Mr Matthew Robertson andI sister Miss Annie visited t family of Jones Sanders of nea Campbellsville last Saturday Mr Fred Humphress spent last Saturday night with his cousin of near Campbellsville Mr Ingram Robertson a Johny Sherrill visited relatives Green county last Sunday HpFeese last Sunday Miss Nannie Russell of Watson spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs Fanny Knif leyMiss Ella Humphress has re piesant visit with relatives at Ho vious ion sgwere in spnent of Holmes MondayrH Br Robertson was inS lumbia one day last week Misses Emma and Clara Rob ertson visited their cousin M Ethyl Moore one night last we cllIiThursday night r hi iIt Sul urVLI J lW j Th jitv tsI JW3 Y iryjgfc d Plii if t rtrte- r7fc t appearance on the growing crop while the mud is very unpleasant for travelers Corn is looking welloats good andwheat almost a failure Tuesdayetricts The Breeding District school is being taught by Miss Pearl Breeding at Oak Hilly church on Stanford road The- opening was considered dflatter good school IQuite a crowd from here wit r the exercises at Bear tWallow the Fourth c Becks Store1 v We are having plentyiof rain and the farmers are anxious to cometso can finish laying by their corn partScounty RevD T Tar r has oats that measure six et and seven inches Who can beat this hasfeyrioustT s The speaking at this place by largelyatIMr and Mrs J F Lloyd visit ed their daughter Mrs S T Saturdayst Ba1ftonafter new goods for the firm of iIopens here Monday with goodattendan Tti 29 enrolled Dr Taylor of Marrowbone and Creed Fudge of Cases Fo kat tended the speaking here Tit day Aunt Julia Lloyd who is in her ninetieth year is very feeble She has lived with us quite awhile and we greatly Miss ker presents among us as she was a woman who loved to mi aniL mingle among her friends Mr and Mrs Clarance Alex ander spent Wednesday night on Aliens creek at the latters par ents Alonzo Alexander heMr John Young hisidaughter Mrs Effie Cole Wed nesday Frank Smith son of F ZIeSmith of Burksville is visiting his grand father 0 L Smith this week IIMrs C C Traylor and three Bobbie Eula and Clyde visited their brotherin law Finis Smith on Bear creek last Thursday Tarter the baby boy of R C Cole is on the sick list MMissed with the sick this week 0 threeasyear mare Friday its a girl at Ned Lewis s Mother and baby doing well Dr S B Cheatham was here Saturday Mrs Jane Stinson of Breeding and Uncle John Albertson of- Waterview are visiting Mrs Dishman Those Pies of Boyhood delicious were the pies of boy ohood No pies now ever tasteso good whats changed the pies No Its you Youve lost the strong healthy sto 4 kidISSboyhoodekIl1e the food Whats needed A complete toning up by Electric Bitters of all or Bans of digestion stomach Liver Kid neys Bowels Try them Theyll restore your boyhood appetite and appre yourgJ wi r w5Qcat Paull AruCo jm t f L J 1 1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS w tI Gradyvillc vv Dr James and Bruce Taylor of East Fork Judge W H Moss aid A W Tarter of Columbia attended the Powers speaking here last Thursdayr We have had rain every day for the past week John Campbell representing the Cumberland Grocery Co of Lebanon was to see our mer chants Friday W B Hill after a absence oif five months in Western Ky selling Pratts food returned home last week He reports he had a good business Charles Sparks of Weed pass ed through here Friday en route for Columbia Mr Mayfield the well know dry goods man of Nashville wa calling on our merchants a day or so of last week J F Pendleton left here Friday s with a car load of sheep and cattle for the Louisville market StrongHills carding machine is now ready for business and is in good running order Dr J H Grady of Columbia aiCft n was here to see hisbrother a day or so of last week C MrsJ N Coffey and Mrs George Stults of Columbia visited Mrs Ella Robertson last Thursday and Friday Mr H Ali s of Greensburg stopped over for dinner with his brother on his return from East Fork last Thursday Uncle Thomas Grady one of our oldest citizens has been on th sick list but we are glad to note at this time has greatly im proved Messrs Hill and Cummins will start their threshing machine the first of the week From the a pearance of their machine looks like it would do good busi jness t Mf Charlie Diddle will teach the school at Cool Spring Miss J Ethel Moore at Big creek and JVTfs John PIck tt at Nelson ji school house All the schools will begin Monday The trustees t jof the various schools should be j complimented for securing the J services of the above teachers Mr Jack Stotts of the Stotts community was in our town last Friday and informed us that everything was moving along nicely in his community with fine prospects for a good crop of corn rand tobacco We must say to the Milltown reporter that we do not claim to produce oats equal to the Russell creek bottoms but we simply J wanted to let the people know fthe virtue there is in the low grade of the Fox brand fertilizer on some of our ridge land used moats y eMessrs J F Pendleton closed a deal one d last week with Dr L C N- and others buying one of the largest tracts of timbered land in this section The land is known in this community as thas Dean land the consideration w 3250 Messrs Diddle and Pen dleton will have the timber made into lumber in the near future 4 V x tiue past week has a little bit dis touraged our farmers as we l1aVe ht vyfreaid f some complaint a tb o u j their tobacco jhldcorn in the grass F and weeds also afraid 1 ti fid1ttlet C ail 1 rf lJ i jvf JtV t Yt 1 a J t1tf lt1 get it cut and stacked If we will only have patience everything will come around all right no use to worry On Saturday before the first Sunday in August all the people that are interested in the old cemetery at Union are requested to meet there at 10 oclock an bring your dinner The inten tion of the call is to clean oft the cemetery which is badly needed In the afternoon when the work S completed Rev J R Craw ford will preach us a sermon in the grove near by Possible we will have a memorial service Let us all remember the city o the dead and be there on time withour dinner and do the work apjpointed Republis can at e was estimated anywhere fro three to five hundred people in eluding all sects and color From what we have learned from th leaders of the Republican par in this section right at this Mr Powers is sUrickly in the lead But we can riot say just now what the result vH be after Mr Edwards delivers his message Mr Powers spoke from the residence of Mr Robert 0 Keltner and the large audience was in his yard and a good time prevailed with all- Glensfork The base ball games played on the 4th between the team at this place and the three neigh beea base foul affair sure enough Baseball is Americas National game and when properly conducted develops both muscle and character but in this country the regardsitd e foul mouthed blackgaurd and blustering bully Mrs William Harvey died on the 5th inst of measles S had been in a very poor state of health for several years and being very old no one expected her to survive the severe attack of measles Mrs Harvey had been indeed a good Samaritan in her neighborhood No sick neighbor was ever without the tender touch of her sympathetic hand Shec was very religious and we confidently believe she is today numbered with the host that surrounds Gods eternal throne Her aged husband who is a deaf mute survives her also four sons and a daughter David Willis of color died on the 2nd of consumption H was about 75 years of age an had lived in this community of his life He was an exsla and was at onetime the property of Mr A G Willis of Joppa Uncle Dave was devoutly reli tiay aInd a The social at H C Hudsons few nights ago was well attended and highly enjoyed by all present Caleb Powers addressed a small audience here on the 6th Mr JV C Sims the wellrknpwn tomb wherejIhave a bfa e trJState v i Garlln- Uncle Ijt Tom Conpver is better at this writing Farm work has been suspend ed for several days oil account of the wet weather v Corn is looking very nice in dwSeveral from this place attend ed the 4th at Bear Wallow and allreported a good time Miss Willard Huffaker opened up school at Disapointment the 15th Weare glad to have such a plaasant lady as Miss Willard feelfsure part she will do hers Miss Fannie Evans who has been visiting her sister Mrs Ben Royse has returned home Miss Ruth Rule has returned visitmwith her cousin Mrs SC Neat Columbia childeL Cooper and tydaughtersKate Fiona and Edith and Messrs Edgar Rule and Pink Dunbar were splendidly entertained at dinner on the 4th by Mr and Mrs B G Redmon herjdaughter lumbia who is very sick wit measles 1 Bro B M Currie Columbia preached a very interesting ser mon last Sunday afternoon a Disappointment Mr and Mrs Aaron Wilso spent the day with Prof an Mrs Huffaker last Sunday Misses Annie and Lula RoYs have gone away to their schools Tarter l Wheat harvesting is just over and the crop is much better than was expected the quality being extra good Corn is looking fine meadows s ii not very goodt heBorn to the wife of Frank Winfrey June 30 a girl Mother and babe doing well IP M Roberts was in Colum last Thursday on business Sunday School is progressing nicely at Whites School house with J 0 Wolford Supt J 0 White Dee Tarter Ben Norman and Jake Robinson were visiting in Russell county last Sunday Mr W G White was very sick one day last week but is able to beout at this writing Mr R C Neal was through herelast week buying hogs and sheep fishidn g siloalln weighedgd Mr J S Foley who has been in the asylum for the past three months came home last week Mrs Ann White came home from xNeatsburg last Sunday where she liar been visiting her thraee 4MrHusto ville Ky was througfehere last week and purchased several cat tie of different parties Mr Herman Bisker left last Sunday for Indianapolis Ind to visit his wife arid lsoni He be absent about 2 weeks T Mn Os Bowmon oft Caber s here last week sshf business The Kentucky w1e GB e s yJthasistartedaii qi1l 17 1 i5 t7cyr t I here They have a large amount of timber to work A Stave mill is operating near here requiring a large number of hands to run it Mr Thomas Shepherd has been very sick for some time but is reported some better at this rriting John Gibson was visiting at Liberty Saturday and Sunday e The Educational board of trustees met on the 25 of June and hired teachers as fellows J 0 White Aliens schoolhouse Hat houseIOscar White Neatsburg Robt Wil Trams Damron creek Laura Smythe Bryants school house Ambrose Smith Mt Olive Militown t We are having plenty of rain ot presentMr Mercer and Booker Leftwich were in Greensburg one day last week The school at this place is progressing nicely with Miss Susie Johnston as teacher Dan Hatcher with V M Gowdy Co Campbellsville weekhwas an old time singin here last Sunday evening con ducted by Charlie Thomas Geo and Willie Shirley tThere will be a moonlight party nighnt youndg are platee every aody reported a good time Mr S H Mitchell deputy sheriff was here one day of last week I Miss Minnie Rogers is visiting in Greensburg this week J A Diddle passed through ChautauquaI Jim Tutt and Albert Mercer WilcoxensIMr Cash Leftwitch happened to a painful accident one day last week while putting the floor in the bridge at this place He was carrying a heavy plank and Jell mashing his foot very badly Lane Hartfield of Camp Knox has engaged all the wheat in this country He has anew machine and will try and do fine work Mr Jce E Johnston will leave for Lexington in a few days George Atkins was in Camp bellsville one day last week E H Coxof Greensburg will be here the 16th to take pictures Mrs J H Black of Miami was here shopping one day last week MrJ W Townsend ha I jt ordered the carpet for the qhurch and it will be inJna few days G P Rogers made a flying trip to Liletown last week MrrJ T Mercer was r Greensburg Sunday He was accompanied home by his wif nwho has been visiting there fo r several days There wilt be several head o nice cattle for sale in this cdm munity in the near future walls ng after stock r tyb 4t oforrgoo dreis fin tr wticlt t will sell be thtr1 c1tff0 j V l Toria 1Rev Compton of Russell Co preached a very interesting ser mon at Mt Pleasant last Wednes daymorning i The singing at Chestnut Grove Sunday afternoon was ver largely attended and all report a nice time Mr Hurt a traveling sales man spent Tuesday light at this place N R Roach and Miss Mintie Walbert made a business trip to Columbia last Tuesday Shelvey Gibson who has been in Russell for some time returned to his home at Toria a few days ago 2MaryNannie Rowe a few days of la week Herschel Walbert of East Fork was at this place on burins one day last week Mr and Mrs Noah Jones were visiting at C C Jones Tuesday1 nightMr Jesse Breeding and wi were at Herschel Breedings la SundayMisses Emma Jesse and Hatt Gibson spent Thursday night N R Roachs hgas been at this place for five month returned to her home on Ea Fork Saturday where she will begin her school We regret very mush to give her up Well it still continues to rain Mr Logan Bryant wife at two sons of Childress Tex are visiting Mrs Bryants pare near this place Absher Several from this place atten ed the picnic at Roley Miss Olive Walling and little sister Kathrine visited at M- Ethyl rs Russells last week Misses Bertha and Audra Dill = ih ham visited their sister Mrs 0 G Hendrickson of Casey county last Saturday and Sunday Mr Nell Cape left Monday for Edinburg Ind Mr Matthew Robertson and sister Miss Annie visited the family of Jones Sanders of near Campbellsville last Saturday Mr Fred Humphress spent last Saturday night with his cousin of near Campbellsville- Mr Ingram Robertson and Johny Sherrill visited relatives Green county last Sunday Sam Grant visited at A H Feese last Sunday Miss Nannie Russell of Wat son spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs Fanny Knif leyMiss Ella Humphress has re piesHOIVIOUSMrs H T Robertson and tson were in Columbia last week pneat of Holmes eMr Bun Rice started Monday to begin threshing wheat infMisses Emma and Clara Rob ertsonx visited their cousin Miss re visiteajiil rJ SuIMur Val t i T mifr Q h hff rrjy f 43l J f Ic- r i Cl i1JOJI t 8 appearance on the growing crop while the mud is very unpleasant for travelersy vCornd and wheat almost a failure The schools opened Tuesday sYt school is being taught by Miss Pearl Breeding JatKOak Hil lf church on Ctarifordroad The opening was considered dflatter ing for good school Quite a crowd from Jiere witnessed the BearFWallow the Fourth fr r Becks Store liIi t We are havingplentyiof rain the farmers are anxious to p see a f come- r5thytheir c partscounty Rev D J Tarter hasoats that measure six feet and seven inches Who can beat this 15Ci hasfeInllserlOustlThe speaking at this A lac by largelyata t 1Mr and Mrs J F Lloyd visit daughter Mrs SliT4 Saturdaystt BalcerUton last Saturday and Monday after new goods for the firmofs Irvin Lloyd Winfrey I iJohn Jones opens school here attendancehe29 enrolledf r lCreedtended the speaking here piie drdaY Aunt Julia Lloyd who js in her ninetieth year is very feeblel She has lived with us quite awhile and we greatly issfXpresents among us as she was woman who loved to min ajl1ymingle among her friends Mr and Mrs Clarance Alex ander spent Wednesday night on Aliens creek at the Tatters pai j ehts Alonzo AlexanderiMr John Young visited his daughter Mrs Erne Cole Wed = fifnesdayFrank Smith son ofF JZl 1 Smith of Burksville is visiting his grand father 0 L Smith this week 1Mrs C C Traylor and three daughters Bobbie Eula and Clyde visited their brotherrin law Finis Smith on Bear creek last Thursday rTarte the baby boy of R G Cole is on the sick list S Ii Miss Cora Winfrey is number ed with the sick this week w threeasyear mare Friday v LewisssJMother t iDr S B Cheatham was here Saturday Mrs Jane Stinson of Breeding and Uncle John Albertson of Watervieware visiting MrsiDishman 4 Those Pies of Boyhood CotC4ever good youVsto= mach the vigorous livery the active kid nets the regular bowels ot boyhood Your digestion is poor and you blame the food Whatsiieeded A complete toning up by ElectriOitters of all or atiabf digestionstomach Liver Kids neys Bowels Try them Theyll rd store your boyhood appetite and app et ciation bf food and fairly saturate your 110 ywith Dewy health strebgth and- SOcat auUDrurCoi r ft j t 1 i5 I