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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fr i k t 0 I Ji Iiebait 0nntp fremj 1 f COLUMBIAADAIRCOON1Y KENTUCKY WEDNESDAYY AUGUST 3 1910 NUMBER 39 tt Death of a WeilKnown Citizen Last Thursday about the noon hour Mr J R England who lived a half mile to the left of Sparksville died after a long illness He was one of the b6 known men in all that COUP try and Sifts a yery good citizen one who had many friends The deceased became afflicted abofit six or eight months ago gangrenedeath He was a soldier in the Federal army during the civilar and his oldi comrads in this county will be sorry o hear of his demise For many years he was a devout member of the Baptist Church He was a plain unassuming man honest in all his transactions The funeral services were held Friday all the neighborhood being in attendance He leaves a wife and ten children An Estimable Lady Dies A gloom spread over the Rowena section ofRussel county last Wednesday morning when the announcement came that Mrs Bettie Guthrie the be loved wife of Millard Guthrie wa dead She was a highly respected lady and one of the best known in all that section of country The deceased w fiftyseven years oldand had been a consistent member of the Methodist Church for forty years She was ac b1inge afflicted with measles Complications Mwaswho often visits Columbia and an aunt of Mr W T McFarland of this place and Messrs John S and Solomon Mc Farland of Cane Valley The funeral services were held at the grave Thursday at noon conducted by Rev W A Beck all the neighborhood being present Besides the husband the deceased leaves three children Messrs W T and John S McFar land attended the last sad rites Course in Agriculture The Western Kentucky State Normal School offers a practical course of study in Elementary Agriculture dem onstration and actual work done on school farm Teachers will have an opportunity to prepare for teaching t subject Great opportunities offered young men who expect to make farming a life work Course begins Sept 6 1910 Write for information Address H H Cherry Presiden Bowling Green Ky 392t Fingers off Left Hand i Leonard Murrell a son of the widow George Murrell who lives near Columbia met with a serious accident last Thursday He was employed in a gle factory which is being operated near Gradyville His left hand got caught in the machinery andall the fingers were cut off It will be sometime before he can be removed home Secure a Certificate Under the law the Western Normal has the power to issue the Elementary Certificate the Intermediate Certificate and the Life Certificate which entitle the holders to teach anywhere in Kentucky for two years four years and for life respectively without rther examination Information as to the amount of work required for each cer tificate will be furnished when desire- Fall session opens Sept 6 1910 A dress H H Cherry President West em Normal 2 t392tFrom Tennessee v Humboldt Tenn July 26 1910 Adair County News While sitting round waiting for a train to Laketon Ky lam reminded that I am yet in Gods country This is a beautiful town on the Louisville and Nashville railroad where the Mobile and Ohio crosses As I came here I was very much interested to see the fine corn crop also fine crops of oats in shock peas cotton and tomatoes in abundance Twill leave here at 1038 for Carlisle county where I will begin to investigate the valueof timber on a survey of land of 976 acres belonging to Mrs Minnie Taylor of Greensburg Ky There was a very severe rain fa here lBtnight but it has cleared aw this morning but is very hot Ibe lots of politics talked here some Demo crats saying they will vote the Republican ticket As this is my first attempt to write LJ to the News Iill close and df this does not fine its way to the waste bask et X will make ah other attempt some time With agOwishes to Adair peo ple I remain Yours Truly C C Roe Born =tp the wifvoifirr F Burton 4onthe26thof July a daughter p 1cti j r 0 The Pea ridge Fair The management of the Pearidge Fair are to be congratulated on the success of their fifth exhibition which was pulled off last Wednesday Master Count Stubs was the President this year and he was assisted by an able corps of directors The gates were opened at 930 a m and the exhibition continued until late in the afternoon There were many interesting rings of dogs cats goats etc and the large number of towns people who were in attendance were highly pleased with the show All pre miums were paid in cash and the associ ation made some money One of the exciting features on the program was a prjze fight by two negro boys The directory will make some improve ments on their grounds and next year an effort will be made to give the best juvenile Fair ever seen in Kentucky Owing to the fact that quite a num ber large dealers in the Hooded district have canciled their orders for buggies we have been able to get some rare bar offeaIour g counties prices on the vehicle that will theasY are all gone The Buchanan Lyon Co Death of Miss Lillie Williams Last Thursday afternoon about 2 oclock Miss Lillie Williams about- twenty two years old a daughter of r and Mrs WR Williams who live the Mt Pleasant neighborhood succumbed to the ravages of typhoid feve and calmly met her Redeemer She was a young lady who was very popular in the community where she was reared and her death cast a gloom over the entire neighborhood She wa stricken about three weeks ago an during her illness she was tenderly watched by her parents and sisters and the attending physicain Every thing that earthly hands could do was done The deceased was very religious hav ing been a devoted member of the Christian Church for several years Besides her parents she leaves a large circle of relatives all of whom have the sympathy of the people of this county The remains were interred Friday after religious exercises a large number of friends being present Eld F J Barger of this place preached the funeral discourse nFree Tuition The eligible persons are entitled to free tuition in the Western Kentucky State Normal School The Fall Sessio- begins September 6 1910 Write Presi dent H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky for information 392t nIwish to express through the News my appreciation to the many customers in Adair and Russell counties for their patronage in the poultry and egg bus- ness for the past ten years I have accepted a position with the S H Grin stead Co at Russell Springs Ky as manager of that branch and will at all times be ready to pay the highest market price for poultry eggs hides wool feathers and all kinds of country produce Would appreciate my old cus tomers giving me a call I wish to sa for the benefit of the trade that 1am with the same concerti that started the poultry and egg business in this territory Other produce concerns have come and gome in the last ten years n codyear and are better prepared than ever o meet all competition and will conni in business at the same old stand as well as the newones 392t BO Hurt ISince his return from the South D Neilson has been traveling in the interest of the Lindsey Wilson Training School He has met with a great deal of encouragement and thinks the prospects are flattering for a good opening in September There will be more county pupils than usual at the beginning and he confidently ex pects an increase from neighboring counties The facilities for boarding pupils are better than heretofore that is more room and the convenient are first classsThe principals Messrs Neilson and Moss will be assisted by an able corps of assistants 11FoR SALE One road wagon- Mrs P p honeY KYarThe meeting which was conducted at TWilliamsIseustedby grange services were prolonged two weeks and tecfIandChurch greatly revived Eld Taylor was born and partly grew up fn the- neighborboodofllontpfJier and many1 of hu boyhood friends were there toJ hear him i IA Comfortable Home It was the pleasure of a News inapt inspect the water system a few days ago recently installed by Judge W w1 Jones at hiss residence on Greensburg street and while there was shown vari ous other improvements that add to comfort slid convevience The resi dence is acommodious brick of neat design which was built several years ago and the recent addition of deep porches on front and rear adds much its o worth and beauty Besides other outside improvements such as cement walks cellar cistern and wells much money time and good taste Have been used inside Every room is doubled floored with the best grade of hard wood and the best mechanical skill em ployed in its finish The decorations are in keeping with the building and display fine taste on the part of Mrs Jones and the talented daughter un der whose supervision the designs were selected The water supplied from a seventy foot well the power coming from compressed air gives pure cold water at all times In fact it is a coon ofra city residence so far as water and lights can be used and comfort loveand hap piness must supremely reign within Card of Thanks Mr W R Willis and her sons to return their thanks to all those whoso kindly waited upon the husband and father during bis illness terminating in death Friends in time of trouble are to be appreciated and will not be for irMeeting at Tabor Bro Currie announces that a protract begid at Tabor church 8th All the members and friends are requested toI be present at the opening services order to decide on the hour for the day services Columbia to a stranger looks very much larger than it really is Recent spenttwoit several times was asked to give his opinion of the population of the place that is the number of inhabitants Well said he 1 have been all over it two or three times and I would say that you have twentyfive hundred peo ple hereWhen told that there were about fourteen hundred he said You have got the biggest little town I was ever in and it is one of the best bus townnlarger than Columbia that do not dc the business your town does There is a diversity of opinion among the farmers of this county in regard to crop prospects Ask one farmer how is crops in your soectipn Very good thatn I expected and corn is looking fine Put the same question to another farm er and he will answer Hard times are in front of us scarcely any wheat rais ed and there will not be a half crop of torn The majority of growers say there was never a better prospect for corn It is true that the freshets dam uYp up Mr W J Bryant uncle of Mr Wal ker Bryant recently returned from Shelby Scott and Bourbon counties In Shelby he has a daughter in Scott a eson and in Bourbon a grandson He left them all well and in a prosperous tnhe counties extra good when he left the finest wheat crops for many years Mr Bryant also made a short trip to Indi ana during his absence spending several days with relatives Interest in baseball is on the drag in this part of the State Last summer there was a match game at this place nearly every Saturday afternoon It may be that the result at the Chautau= qua meets has had something to dcrin causing interest to lag Et is not often that Columbia boys become discouraged and we look for them to come again stronger and better than ever before The old time drummers wagon will soon be a thing off the past Mr T M Carr representing the Adrian Fence Company Louisville made Columbia last Friday in a two seated automobile e He worked the town and started on his return trip to Louisville at 230 p m saying he would reach the city in time toItheThere is one thing that a Fair does that makes it very enjoyable It is the meeting of friends who have not seen dyIanticipated Bsidestheman Y fine hoTMe will W attraetiY Md tfce anwic chunsin rwV Old Time Town Ball The AdairCounty News The greatest event of the season will bepuIledoff at the fair grounds at Bus sell Springs Thursday Aug 4 It will be a game of old time town ball W D King and Lilburn Phelps will choose the players for the respective sides Game will be caljed promptly at ten oclock and all who desire to partici pate in the game should be on hand a few minutes before that time Players must be not under 25 nor over playersbarredwill be allowed on the grounds A depu ty Sheriff will be stationed at the gate to search all who enter If any spectators get enthusiastic d desire to settle any argument in Jeffries Johnson style they must retire to a goodshade and fight with fists only so as to disturb the players aslittleas possible The game shall not be stop ped for any fight longer than seven will be stopped one hour at noon for dinner and resumed promptly atone oclock p m Free admission All old town ball players invited Referees Judge J D Irvin and G A Kimble A graphic account of the game by rounds will appear in the next issue of the News LilburnPhelps ReporteReport of Jo Coffey Jr Treasurer townof Columbia Ky of amount of funds on hands belonging to said town and of amounts received and paid out by him upon orders issued by the Board April1st1910 CREDITS Apr 4 J A Willis salary as Marshal month of March 40 00 Apr 4 J A Willis money paid hands on street workJ Apr 5 Jim Duncan taxes wrong fully collected 15 Apr 6 Myers Light Co lights month of March 56 mAprmonth of Jan 1910 32 52 Apr 21 The Baptist church of Columbia 6 post 90 Apr 22 R F Paull services as Supervisor of 1910 tax list 6 00 Apr 26 Sam Mitchell 12 post at 122 cents each 150 Apr 26 H A Walker crushed stone 100 00 May 3 J A Willlis services as Marshal 1 mo 2 days to date 4265 and money paid out to work hands 5410 46 75 May 3 Adair county tiling fur nished town 125 May 3 E L Sinclair J division fencer at cemetery 2 60 May 3 L C Winfrey 16 pages typewritten ordinances 1 60 May 3 Russell Co sewer pipe and charges freight r 13 7 May 9 Myers Light Co lights month of April 59 17 May 12 L W Bennett 23 sacksv cement 13 80 May 17 WH Wilson 61oadsN gravel 3 00 May 17 W H Wilson hauling rock and gravel 4 June 7 0 P Willis services as Marshal month May 3735 money paid to hands for work 3851 47 r 75 H6 June 18 John Luster am an f irhands 1 day on streets r3 00 June 20 Columbia Lighting o lights for month of May 62 00 June 23 J G Eubank preps ing receipt books for use in col lecting tax 5 00 DEBITS Apr 1st 1910 balance on hands 5 546 58 Apr 22 Standard Oil Co Tax 10 00 May 2 M Cravens rent on town office to July 1st 10 1 25 Recapitulation Debits 55783 Credits 53236 Bal on hands July 1st 1910 2547 Jo Coffey Jr Treas This is to certify that I have examined the foregoing Quarterly Report of Joe Coffey Jr Treasurer of the Town of Columbia for quarter ending June 30th 1910 and find that same is correct July 5 1910 L C Winfrey Com Mr B 0 Hurt whohas been trav sling in this section covering several counties for the past ten years buying produce is now off the road and is lo cated at Russell Springs and is the manager of the SR Grinstead Co house in that place Mr Hurt is perfectly reliable and he invites his friends to bring their stuff to his new place of busineae The social at the residence of Mr and Mrs TPt Dunbar lastiFrde etehing KnightY of Jamestownaa largely attended and the evening liteijoyablYlpent The HiHDllbarareiC cpfflpliehed young die8bMcejtw INidlMli to My tHy knerr bow to entertain j fJ a A Good Citizen Passes the Divide i Last Sunday afternoon about 3 oclock Mr WR Willis familiarly peacefullywas about sixtyeight years oldand was one of Adair countys best citizens and his death is a source of much regret throughout the county Mr Willis re= moved from Metcalfe county to Columbia about two years ago and lived in a comfortable home on Frazer A venue which he purchased soon after locating here He was a man who po sessed a sympatheticheart and he was very much liked by his neighbors His friends were numbered by his acquaintances The deceased had been afflicted for about twenty years with hydrocele and two or three weeks before his death it became necessary to operate Dr E A Waggener assisted by Lit J H Grady being the attending surgeons Usually this character of operation is very sim pie as we learn from physicians offe patients who are thus afflicted and go under the knife remain in bedbut a few days While this operation was successfu the long standing of the disease and the nervous condition of Mr Willis caused his friends much uneasiness In a few days blood poison set up which terminated in his death The deceased leaves a wife and seven grownHeMethodist Church a Master Mason and a gallant Federal soldier in the civil warThe remains were carried to Pleasant Ridge Church Monday in the lower edge of this county where they were interred after a funeral discourse by Rev B M Currie Many friends were pres ent The sympathy of this town is with the surviving members of the family Dr J E Grant of Gorgona C Z 5will please accept our thanks for a book giving all information of the cost 9and progress of building the great anZany ng great and most expensive enterprise ever started by this government Fruit jars rubber and jelley glasses at Sinclairs Russell Springs and Middleburg RussellSprings ties up with Middle burg in a ten inning contest at Dunn ville The R S boys journeyed to Dunnville last Saturday and played the Northern Reds to a tie game in ten innings some fine plays being made on both sides The features were Holts pitching allowing but three hits also the running catches made by Wilson and Maderasand the stick work by Isbell and Wilson getting two three base hits RHEQ92Middleburg 235Three base hits Wilson Isbell Two byHoltUmpire Hobson Attendance 500 75Death at Cray Craft Mrs Lizzie Conover who was the di9theCtaa al yictini of consumption Etyfive years old and a lady highljf ppected She leaves a husband and four children The burial which took place this rnrjnmg was largely attended t Notice vi v Sunday Schools that have not sent in reports will please send same to me at once as I want to make niy report to the State Association soon G W Turner Sec Fairplay Ky Montpeliewrites r AntleIsomewhat puffy or chuffy they con eluded to rip it open and on doing so they found 80 young snakes about 7 inches in length They all died in a few dryI rsi pfMrs Georgia Shelton a pair of glasses The finder will return and receive reward Mrs E A Pile Mr Ambrose Cundiffa respected citi lutIsyrr Mr Cundiff was an old soldier and had reached a good old age Beleft a son and three daughtenbi wife hav in died several years ago One by one tte old soidl rt areuner the calla soon Aeir number will be exoeed iogiy u Vv 4f t p r Death of an Excellent Lady i Nits Nannie Epperson who was the r beloved wife of Mr ThosJT EpP erson who resides near Montpelier this count ty died last Sunday night She was ln excellent Christian woman about fiftyfive years old and very much loved 1 by all the people in the neighborhood where she resided She leaves besides her husband quite a number of child lren whose grief can not be portrayed irt a death notice She was a d ughterw of C L Phe Rice and was married to a her husband when quite a young WOe tman the two living happily together luntil the final dissolution She was sick iYI onla few days May the Giver of all that is good comfort those who have sustained such a great loss IA large circle of relatives and friends attended the funeral andburial Notice j rIn printing the Columbia Fair cats logue two errors appear Ring 82 nshould read Stallion four years old and over Ninety should read mare one tear oldand under two cf 0 No Imitation or Determination sale but a genuine sale of vehicles bo u ghtk from manufacturers that were hound to realze the cash on their work You can make 10 to 20 by coming to camp bellsville in the next 20 days The Buchanan Lyon Co RevB M Currie returned from r Cane Valley last Friday morning where 1 he assisted the Rev J H Rood in a 12 r days meeting There was a good inter est manifested and much good was ac complished in awakening the church members to activity Considering the very busy time among the farmer theT attendance was very large There were 2 adults saved Born to the wife of Robert Rodgers this place July 29 a son Reduced prices on slippers and straw hats and all summer goods at Sinclairs INot hot air but bargains in all kinds vehiches for next 20 days The Buc hanan Lyon Co v Prof S P Stapp of Roy passedrthe State examination and his certificate has been received t J or The catalogue fortheJonesville Va Ii rFair is being printed at this office and will Je ready to ship in a few days A valuable work mare which was owned by Robt B JJof this place died Friday night He paid 125 for the animal R 1tWe will save you 10 to 20 dollars on s your buggy if you come to our place in the next20 days The Buchanan Lyon Co Campbellsville Ky S D Barbee sold last week to Capt 4acresthe Curd farm for 60U it atrprices are T right J The refreshment priveleges of the Fair have been awarded to Mr L W Bennett The contract was entered 1h into last Friday afternoon Strayedf ro jny premises one 2 yearold red steer Willweigh 5 or6 v hundred pounds has been dehorned but has about 2 inch stubs Finder will be rewarded J R Bennett 393t Columbia Ky 0 i Mr J Tandy Ellis representing the Society of Equity addressed the farm erg at the Courthouse Monday fore nOon Many who heard him say that t his speech was very interesting and contained iiiuch information conc Jing the workings of the Society of Equity f The members of Miss Reeds class in the Presbyterian Sunday school will sell icecream and cake at Mrs Shel tons residence Tuesday eveninga gust 2 at 8 oclock Be sure to ble i 1 there Ji Mr and Mrs J W Richards gave any afternoon party to the little folks last Saturday There was a full attendance- t and various games were indulged in to the delight of all It was not only av pleasure to the younters but as truly enjoyable to lrand Mrs Richards Several prizeswere given There is no good reason why the Fair should not be largely patronized this r v year Theheath of the county is rea t sonablegpod anti a much better crppv1 year than usual Those who are in pa sition to knoW say that many more horses and other character of stock will be here August 23 four days Every OOyjl making preparation for the there ii ioarcely a idottbtibutitwfll be jlttut from start to ftiiMfo Au daIs 4 SVJ t y t E t i i I i j r 3 j f3 i d I V Ji1 2 e Aii 1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t t t t C X nov McGREARtf n 1 Once Called Out the Malitia to pre i vent a Slugging Contest c hfv When I was Governor ofTt Kentucky in 1879 I had quite little experience in the prize j fighting game myself said e Governor James BMcCrearyto Cincinnati reporter while dis- cussing the Jeffries Johnso- fight Some New York sports thought that as Kentucky was bloodyJground that it would do for a prizefight They came to Cin l cinnati and chartered a couple of special trains and went 40 v miles back of Newport I ha V heard of the proposed fight and I sent a train loaded vithmilitia IA to stop it Goss and Allen th two best men of that day had started a finish fight with bare nuckles in a ring that had been staked in an open field The me had been fighting about three minutes when the militia which it iI had sent from Frankfort arrived The sports were give three minutes to leave and get I out of the state They packed up their rig and left Lieutenant Robbins who was in charge ofI the militia thought they were on their way out of the state andI r started back to Frankfort I was informed by wire tha the men had located about 15 i miles from Covington and were fighting It was impossible tot stop the fight this time so wired the Mayors of Newport and Covington who were helping me in the matter that we would be the laughing stock of Kentucky if something were not done at once I ordered them to go out and intercept thei special train on the way back by tearing up the trackA comf pany of militia from Covington r and the police did the work The two fighters and about 500 men was arrested One of the prisoners was a son of the Commonwealths Attorneyin Coving ton The two fighters were con victed and sentenced to serve six months in jailand to pay a theyrfr had served the six months I remitted the fine I was a little bit worried about the tearing up of the railroad tracks and wrote y 7thepresident offering to pay for the damages personally He had his menreplace the tracks and didnt charge me a cent The thing I didnt like about this fight was that New Yorkers were trying to put something over on a Kentuckian As a rule wee dont approve of prizefights in Kentucky but we wereall interc yl Rested in the returns from Reno The Right Course Jfj Governor Harmon has suspend J tedt Newark Ohio and confined thet1 I mayoralty reins to J N Ankele t Before the latter had been in of l 7 ice an hour he summarily re moved Chief of Police Zergeibeli and Police Captian Robert Bell fi 4 and assigned as the reason for j rYhis action the non enforcement tiJ of the county option law which d resulted in the lynching of Carl a Etherington To their sgcces f ors Charles Hindel andCharlei prYceed immediately to the enforce cr ment of all laws to the letter itb The whisky sheets are claiming y bat the 1 itrSa loon League is 1jjft tt responsible for the lynching Obviously this is untruethe re sort of the special pleader and intended as a foil or protection for the real culprits the men whose disregard of the county option law not only unchecked oaf the law made them bold to do samxprotection in the one case as in the other It is simply the legi bussnness A business which has al ways and everywhere defied legal imposedYopenly as in Newark under the silent protection of its officers or secretly as inmany othenplaces under the same conditions The disd tinct condemnation of Newarks CommonaStewartecharges that Newark has fo yearsbeen in the hands of lawbreakers and the statement bynthe lawbreakers Such outbursts of criminality do not fruit and flower in an hour but must plantsing and growth under favorable environment a condition furnish ed by the lax enforcement of th There is no safety in any community where violations of aw are winked at and allowed timerhats had its sacrifices of human life and the name of Carl Ethering has been added to the list of HeraldIIn This Peculiar World This is a peculiar world one is struggling for justice another isj fleeting from itone man is sav ing to build a house and another trying to sell his for less tha cost to get rid of itone man is spending all the money he ca make in taking a girl to the theater and sending her flowers with the hope of making her hi wife while his neighbor spending what gold he possesses inI getting a divorce One man escapes all the disI eases that flesh is heir to an gets killed on a railroad An other escapes with a scratch and dies of the whooping coughOne man stands off his creditors ari goes traveling while another pays his debts and stays at home LclffT5 LIlies Two thakci v asa flgoit I was supposed ih tvwwater closed their flowers at night an retreated far under water t- merge o again at sunrise This was Plinys view and it it was not impeached until the until the English botanist John Ray in 1688 first doubted i t veracity The great lily o Zanzibar one of the grandest of the lily family opens its flowers inn morning and 5 in the after noon They are of the richest royal blue with from 150 to 200 golden stamens in the center and they remain open four or generallveY hat1haveas as They are very punctual time andsclos with commendable regulari oSThe Columbia Steam Latllldijmts gweouras good aereccegatanrwbex e Send in and teconvinced i 32 3t f Judge QRearD6es Not Yearn For The Nomination lWhile it seem to be taken for granted by the state officials and employes that Judge E G ORear will be the Republican nominee for Governor it is by no means certain that Judge ORear can nomie nation All the State House Crowd talks as though there was nothing to it but ORear and never seems to consider the pos sibilities of Judge ORear de clining to run They talk about how many votes ORearwill get and profess to believe that he can win in a walk if he is nomi notedSBut Judge ORear is a pretty good politician and he knows that he would have to get up and hump to run even a good race candir date He knows and has said that the race would be a hard one and that the chances of the Republicans would not be as bright as some of the RePubli- cans think The Judge does not profess to believe that he or another Y Republican could pick up the weight that would have to ien front He has been sitting tight and saying nothing about the nomination excpt to his close friends and they know how heI feels about making the race and know that he regards it as a close hard fight with the chances against the Republican candidate For all these reasons the Judge is cautious about the Republica nomination and is hesitating along time before he even considers accepting a nomination Judge ORear does not relish the unlesns he thinks he has a pretty good Presnsent it is said that Judge ORear does not consider his chances as thongSaround a bit and the prospect- grow brighter then it is possib l that Judge ORear will be the nominee of the Republican par standnow it is believed by Judge ORears closest friends that he thaeloodelsewhere for a candidate Gov Willson is the main why they are all hesitatin about tjakjte the Republican nominatio ffor Governor fo everybody in the party who is conditionds r Gov Willson is going to be a bi handicap for the candidate an is not improbable that an effor- will be made to shake off th Governor and not attempt to hafe state employes that Gov Willso- is aleavyhandicap to carry an that it may be too much for any candidate So it would note be surprising to find the Republi cans failing to defend his administration Frankfort News r The CoW The dairy cow if able to e press herself in a way which human family would comprehend might well lay claim to being mans best friend She might establish such a claim by calling attention to the fact that from her product and from her ca toss man manufactures more of the necessities of life thtn from J J t any other similar source She furnishes these necessities to him from infancy until such a time as temporal things are no longer associated with his existence and shee does it un grudgingly and constantly In addition to contributing to mans necessity and his pleasure the prosperity of an agricultural community is more closely identi fled with her than with any other of the domestic animals The horse is quite essential in tilling the soil but where necessity re quires it the sturdy son of the cow can take his place as he has done in every agricultural sec tion on earth The horse can only furnish labor and can only return profit to his owner whe conditions are right for returning satisfactory grain crops It is a well known fact that the dairy iowis the salvation of the farmer in times of poor crops as she is able to convert the rough crops which are never a total failure into dairy products which always have a cash value In addition to this she furnishes skim milk and butter milkI for the calves pigs and and fertility for the soil without which a farm becomes less val u able each year arid the whole country less prosperous The elimination of the dairy cow would necessitate an almost revolutionary readjustment of mans tastes and requirements It would mean untold sufferrn and hardship Of course sh will not be dispensed with but her value can perhaps best be a preciated by contemplating suc a loss She will continue to be mans best friend as long as the human family exists and will keep on supplying him with his g eate needs just as she has doneI through all the ages The National Dairy Union E K Slater Secy St Paul Minn V Datese datetys KentuckdY Fairs for 1910 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to cotr dateskBerea August 43 days Danville August 33 days daygs dayrs Harrodsburg August 94 days Vanceburg August 144 days Burkesville August 164 da dadYs Ys daysedayssYs Columbia August234 days daysddays Erlanger Aug 244 days Bardstown Aug 304 days Frankfort Aug 304 days Itficholasviile Aug 303 days daysrHardenburg Aug 303 days Barboursville Aug 313 days daysxdaysdKentucky State Fair Lour villa Sept 126 days Paris Sept 65days TriGounty Fair Sanders Sept 7 4 days V daysrFalmouth Sept 28= 4 days Henderson n July 2JiH5 days r Perryille Lien with a Taste for Jewelry The highest price hen in Ken tucky was in Perryville last w ekat the home of the Rev William Overstreet For just pnejiour she was worth exactly 503 Then the market for the stock of this particular hen broke as they say in the buck et shop and at one stroke fell 500 whichso far as can be learned isa record for Perry vine The hen swallowed 500 diamond ring belonging to Mrs Overstreet The ring with others less valuable was lying on a table on the back porch the Overstreet house The old then looked the jewels over and with the eye of a connoisseur and the taste of a Savarin pick ed out the real thing and swal owed it There was a hue and cry when the loss was discover ed All the hens were under suspicion and Mr Overstree started an investigation The fourth hen he picked up proved to be the cupit could feel the ring in his IHe Mrs Overstreet with her scissor solved the problem She cut a hole in the craw took outI the ring sewed the craw again and the hen is as well now as she ever was before Dan villa Messenger Churchs countye17Andmay the blessing of the Father the Son beh a fire a roar li that of a cannon and a crash of a falling ceiling cut short the last words of the benediction by BaAtistst in age this morn theIchurehMen and women standin with bowed heads to receive th divine message were blinded stunned and thrown to the floo Rev T C Stackhouse who a moment before had faced his humble congregation with ar extended and with eyes close and invoked the protection o the Lord was hurled from h pulpit and lay stunned and bleeding as the fragments of the roof and plastering thundered onto the spot where he had stood The pulpit which was covered with a marble slab was crumpl tshe lightning decending upon itafoot away upon a small stand iYsis side a bowl containing a bunch of wild flowers Not a drop of the water was spilled and not a scratch did the Holy Book r ceive Fourteen people were render ed unconscious Ten of them q icklyrecoveredand except for the strain and excitement will suffer no ill effects T- were IIandThe little church was filled at t the regular services this morn ing for the sermon preached b the Rev Mr Stackhouse upon The Wrath of the Lordro reed well Mr Stackhouse san impJessj ive preacher and he held his hearers this morning in mo ttentionHisjS was nearly noon when the con gregation rose or ivethej benediction j and hiirry omeJob r their Sunday dinners The clouds had darkened the sky and rain was beginning to fall but none suspected danger of lightning When the bolt struck the pas tor and those standing nearest to the pulpit were mowed down like grain before a wind storm Men and women shrieked with fear and pain and the church which had so few minutes before helda quiet throng of devotedchurcha goers became a pit of writhing screaming suffering victims of aa blazing bolt of lightning U Law Governing Automobiles fEvery person who drives on the road should know the law governing the duty of drivers of all kinds of vehicles The motorists have the same rights as the drivers of horses and vice versa and each should when meeting pull to the right and the driver on an automobile t- following must stop when told to The digest of the laws should be read by everyone both old and young It is the duty of the operator of a motor car to give warning with bell or horn when ap proaching a person walking or driving and to use every precau tion to insure the safety of the person whom they are approaching If the horse becomes frightened it is the duty of the motorist to reduce the speed and if necessary bring the machine to a stop having at all times per feet control of the car and due regard for the person driving the horse keA person operating a motor car shall upon the request of sig nal by putting up the hand from a person riding or driving a horse bring such motor car to stop if necessary having due re gard for their safety and 1 direcglongeas reasonable to let such thersame directi n they must use reasonable precaution thereafter themthedrequestsfstopsWhen passing horses or other motorist it is the duty of such motor car to turn to the right of the middle of the road and on overtaking a person riding or driving shall pass on the left side and it is the duty of the per son overtaken to allow free pass age At the intersection of public highways the operator of a mo tor car shall keep to the right of the intersection of the centers andepass to the left of the intersec tion when to the left Judge ORear is said to realize that the Republicans are going inwothe next Governors race even winethat Judge ORear is in touch with the people and is an astute and wise political lead ProcY no chance to win and inmthe Capitol concede this to be true It is only the Democrats who think the Republicans have wellre llismake the Democrats work harder and roll up a bigger majority the nomineeFrankfort News S 1 J l ThIT r i I J c p 10 r C t iI J f 1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 SS IN Time Card- S affect MoodILY Dee 31 1906 SOUTH BOUND LEI3AONNoNo2S- VNOT 815 am 1004 am 9 t505pm 740pm j pmNoBOUNDrR5INAR LOUISVILLE 9 24 548am 750 am 078 732 am 1016 am o 28 430pm 655pm 022628 pm 815pm ro 92732am 1015am No 92 and arelSunday trains only t It HOTElYoiWIf cuilipioiifH Prop P TableIFeed Stable- Reasonable Rat- esGRftDYUILLet KY D CrenshawIS VETERINARY SURGEON t Special Attnetin t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavir or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon stocktLOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILlE STREET jRes Phone 29 Office Phone 40J I Or James Triplett Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK I SDr t S Hhmbar 2entist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone AttoneyAtLaw t Will practice in- this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky DRM E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia Kentucky I Special attention given to Dentistry Dis- easesi of tho Eye Poll Evil Fistula and al other Diseases which visitsDumb Brutes QFFICE Lpcated in barn back of Taw cock Hotel I 2The Adair County t I i l News t j ItiL t I ft i And i I If rierjournaI9net lear or 1111 ti t Jr Hkf vTi r Columbia District Fourth Round MannsYille Mannsyille 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 Tompkinsville Sept 10 11 Temple Hill Sept 1314 Tompkinsville Sept 171 Gradyville Pleasant Ridge Sept 2425T L Hulse P E ParadoxesPrinters Throw in a handful of good cheer now and then Dont get out of sorts Mr Printerman or its you for the hellboxWatch your copy diligently while settingup your life story The Eternal Proofreader will mark all your outs If you dont want the devil to make an apprentice out of you be careful how you pi your neigh bors good name See that you live up to the point system In such a matter- as life do not allow yourself to be a small primer Are you still hunting for that lead stretcher called easy money Forget it Get busyand learn the trade of living Dont make a display advertisement out of yourself unless you are there with some good solid brainstuff to offset the big type When you are making up your character form eliminate the dutchmen of deceit else your form will fail to lift in the uni versal lockup Inland Printer Brain Leaks Some of the labor saving ma chinery should be in the kitchen You can not run up your own business by running down your- neighborsGood is the salad dress ing that makes the bitter things of life taste good Ever notice that when you are in a storytelling crowd the poorest story teller in the lot always murders your best story before your turn comes to tell one Of course I believe in dreams If I dream of green snakes with the bodies of camels and the legs of lizards I believe I ate some thing that disagreed with me The Way to keep Young Itisevery womans duty to keep young as long as she can r but unfortunately she does not always know the best way to live up to this duty getVting flusteredr Learn self contrplJ Anger is a rapid wrinkle bringer Be temperate Moderation does not only refer to the sto mach but overdoing in any way- makes for premature old age Love the open air Fresh air is not a fad It isfnecessfcry if one- would keep young v Get plenty of sleep Nothing lines the face like nights of wakefulness Keep mentally alert An intellectual back number adds years to her seeming age Noth ing makes for youth like a young mind save perhaps ar youn i hsrt i pIi1 1 1 ffii1 Li5 Dont let yourself get sluggish Here is where the benefit of massage physical culture and a vital interest in life comes in Evansville JournalNews Dinner Pointers Informal dinner invitationsI should be written by herself in the first person It is better to serve the coffee in the dra ying room after dinner If the women can stand the smoke the coffee may be served at the table and the men may light their cigarettes at the same time It is the custom for the hostess to help the soup and the host to carve if the serving is done in this way at an informal dinner An appetizer may be of anchovies on slives of tomatoes with a little mayonnaise dressing put over it of small pieces of buttered toast on which is a por tion of herring roe which has been rolled in a slice of bacon and fried of anchovies chopped very fine and seasoned with pep per and a little vinegar and put on toast or a cheese paste seasoned very lightly and served on rounds of crotons Caviar on toast is also a very favorable appetizer Baltimore American Staggers Skeptics That a clean nice fragrant compound like Bucklens Arnica Salve will in stantly relieve a bad burn cut scald wound or piles staggers skeptics But great cures prove its a wonderful heal er of the worst sores ulcers boils fel ons eczema skin eruptions as also chapped hands sprains and corns Try it 25c at Paull drug Co Sentence Sermons New truth comes through obedience to old In some churches cold facts would make a hot sermOn A store of unpracticed piety in the heart soon paralyses it No man can be faithful to di vine ideals who dodges daily duties Some hope to cure the tiger of biting by filling his teeth with gold The endeavor always countsIImore for ones happiness the success A man soon gets tired of his religion when he does not work at it Chicago Tribune- Sunflower Philosophy The poorest actor in the poorest show on the road is some thing terrible to thinkabout When a politician tells you the outlook for his side is unfavora ble that means he has lost When stranger goes to a new place people look him over to see what they can find to make fun of We have known many men to begin smoking stogies to save money but we never knew a man to stick to it If a man takes a magazine for ayear he doesnt have to take it tile balance of his natural Ufas some of the publishers seem to imagineEvery morning when we- are busiest Lysander John Appleton who has nothing to do walksinto the Globe office and bothers us So this morning we concluded to give him both barnes We went out and left him We dislike to treat an old man in that rude manner but what are we to do We remained out an hour ana when we came back John was asleep on the aofa We flrtnt put aahut when Caii btok I Zi5 7 Iat 1145 he had gone to dinner J Here is the most remarkable story in the history of the world writes a correspondent lam married to a second wife I got along so poorly with my first one getIcertain amount of money every Monday morning to spend as she pleases This morning on leav herfsaid 1 dont need any I have someNleft from last week Atchison Globe Lite on Panama Canal Has had one frightful drawbackma laria trouble that has brought suffering and death to thousands The germs cause chills fever and ague biliousness jaundice lassitude weakness and general debility But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malaria troubles Three bottles completely cured me of a very severe attack of malaria writes Wm A Fretwell of Lucama N CHand Ive had good health ever since Cure Stomach Liver and Kidney Troubles and prevent Ty phoid 50c Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Family washings and laundry work is different If you want laundry dont include it in family washingsthere is a difference in the price as well as the work T G Rasner 373t RedHeaded Family Of all the redheaded famlies we ever heard of this Caudill family eclipses all There are fifteen children in the family ten of them boys everyone are living all red headed in perfect health and never saw a sick day in their lives They are all over twenty one years of age the youngest being twentyone and the oldest fortytwo Their father and mother are both living and are in perfect health Their ages are sixtyfive and sixty years respectivelyThere two sets of twins in the family One set of boy twins married twin sisters both of whom are redheaded They met the sisters at the same time fell in love at the same time proposed at the same time and married under the same cere mony For years they could hardly tell their wives apart asl both looked almost exactly alike They each have three redhead ed children their first child be ing born just three days apart The children couldnt tell their mothers apart until they were over two years old There is only eleven months difference in the ages of the two sets of twins Neither twin brother ever saw the other one sick The hair of the twin sisters comes to their knees They are cousins of Judge Amos Davis The twin brothers have been in the general merchandise busi ness in Cannel City since their marriage fourteen years ago All four of them have always lived in the same houeand never had a cross word Every year they have a big family reunion This makes the seventh and will take place in Morehead some time in August In 1907 nine brothers went to Jamestown the twin broths taking their wivesTheywerep- botograI everywhere they- weiitand the newspapers were full of their pictures and histo ry vln 1909 four brothers in eluding twirisand their wives made a similar trip to Seattlej Washington All ten brothers look IIOOIt exaet alike Six of tiim fcrad 1U tr H SSS v t IM O OOOOOOQIQQCX Summer Clearance Sale our usual policy to rid our stock of c short lots odds and ends Q Idiscontinuedpattern inaugurated our o Clearance Sale t iIf you visit Louisville get acquaintedwith our g cr il Carpets cut gDrapery R It means a substantial saving to youin every 8 I instance o- Hubbuch Bros WeU ndorffIr I 522 524 W Market St Louisville Li KntuckyJ r rXJ t yc H FRANK CORCORAN HighGrade Marble Granite See before ftmtttwork you buy 4 Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and r adjoining counties J Main Street Lebanon Ky 4i4- uated at Valpariso University in Indiana where the professors couldnt tell one from the other Rowan county is their origi nal home and they all still live in that county and Morgan except one who is a lawyer and lives in Oklahoma There are two lawyers in the family Nine of the brothers organized the Peo pIes Bank of Morehead and still own their twothirds of the stock Seven brothers and father own a controlling interest in a new wholesale hardware house just completed at Morehead They opened for business on July 1st and the concern is known as the Morehead Hardware Company Father and neither of the ten brothers ever scratched the Dem ocratic ticket consequently never received any o f Roosevelts priz sSThis story is guaranteed be exactly correct and if any one can beat it we would be pleased to hear from themMt Ster ling Advocate Free Sample Aids Old Men The sudden change from years of activity of both body and mind to the quiet of later years causes the human system to undergo many changes chief of which is in the di gestive organs thabowels uffer headachebelching firstofand then to tone the digestive muscles so worknaturallytive is not only unnecessary but harm workjustexperImentIng omeconvincedthatthen try Dr Caldwells Pepsin a mild gentle pleasanttasting laxative therequirements toranybodyIt successfully cr a quarter of a cen centsora test of it before spending any money Caldwellbottle free of charge n2hls remedylsripldlYdispIacingaIl cureoffamilies like MrO F Wishers of ByeiL of32iNlad are now never without It In the knowltggrandfamily pedtotothehiifJetyournwdoctoraadreis1l MoetjoeUo TIlL t f THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR I91J BETTERI PRICE OF iTliEREGULAR THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS 500 A YEAR IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSAND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere IHas the best corps of corresv ICoversSth Kentuckyliield per fieldIcompletely V Has the best and fullest mar kets reports j butIfair to everybodyS V t SEND YOURISUBSCRIP lION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPERnot to The Louisville Times A close observer says this has i certainly been a cutworm ye ri in his neck of the woo ls They appeared in all sorts oflands and conditions They attacked almost every useful plant and also plan tation ragweed and venOttkl sproujts but the limit was reachSv ed when invaded old cementf J bigifiS jt 4 i It ff t t + r J J ilv q tt H 4 THEAlJAIRCOUNTYlNEWB llEAA1R GOllY NEWS1 Published Every Wednesday F BY THE Cf Adair County News Company If INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the In pcoPleIofEntered at the Columbia Postoffiqe as sec ond class mall matter i WED AUG iJ 1910 Wehdling charged with the murder of Alma Kellner rundown and caught by detective Carney of Louisville The ar rest was made in San Francisco and a woman the Frenchman had wooedand won who lives in Hume MOt gave the chief the Mtip which brought about his arI re ttHe scimits his identity butdenies the crime but says tJe 1nay tell something of the murder when he reaches Louis ville which will probably be Fri day He was tracked to a lodg ing house in San Francisco and was concealed in the sink of the washroom when caught De teetive Carney covered 11000 miles before landing his man- NUTSHELDEVELOPEMENTS IN THE CASE December 8 Alma Kellner dis appeared from her home at 507 East Broadway at 10 oclock i the morning December 9An allnight search had failed to find any trace of the missing girl The theory was that the child had been kidnaped December 9The mystery o Alma Kellners whereabouts con tinued to grow People bega notifying Frank Fehr and th Kellner family that they had seen the child in various plates December 10The sewers and catch basins of the neighborhood were searched for a trace of the missing child Buildings in th- neighborhoodwere e searched but no trace was found December 11 Gypsies thought to have Alma Kellner at Madison Proved to be another child January 14 Joseph leaves his place as WendlingI 1Ppolice are not notified May 30 Richard Sweet a plumber digging in the slim and ooze beneath the abandoned school of St Johns church finds the horribly mutilated remains of Alma Kellner Wendling suspect ed His wife arrested Police began to notify the country o their suspicions of Wendling May 3031 and June 1 and Details of how Alma Kellner 21 murdered found by Coroner can and detectives in the base ment of St Johns church be neath the sacristy June 5Coroners jury after iIvestigationCfevidence before if returns a verdict of willful murder agarrJ Joseph Wendling V June 16Capt CaIney leaves for Texas on tip that Wehdling has been located there June 20Grand jury indic Wendlingfbrmurder ih the first iagr t June24Wendling eludes his jk followsat San Antonio i r June 30 Wendling pilired v fusn Francisco tc i JiSd IWithin the last few years ai has taken place in the political life of this country Dirty methods committed by politicians and popularized by party victories a few years ago are no longer accepted by the great body o f intelligent citizens Like all permanent changes this condition has come from a persistent unrelenting appeal to the conscience and intelligence of the people The time was when the purchase of legisla tives bodies was passed without muchcomment when bribes were offered and accepted to oYerthrow the will of the people to advance personal political am bition or to gain undue advantage of a political rivaldone almost in the open and passed without serious criticism or pros ecution Gradually a change has come through the persistent ef fort of the press andconscien tious public men and in every part ofthe country shady meth ods and men whose reputations are not clean and clear are meet ing with the strongest resistence in American political life The bribe giver the bribe taker the man whose living and repu tation do not reflect unrighteousness must outwit his opponent and deceive thepeople if he wins in a political contest This condition is not only in party con flicts but is fast reaching the pivotal point i n selecting the officials of the country after foughtnIn fact there is not a single reason why a bad man should be placed in office why an incompetent shall have preferment Neither party has a monopoly on intelligence or honesty If a musft enjoy the respect and confidence pnceean d Nearlyeevery State has been more or less engaged in eliminating the grafter in demanding upright men for official positions i n municipal State and Federal positions and while much has already been accomplished yet the good work is largely in its infancy seIlywarrant any man in the support of an individual who would not reflect honor on his constituents The independent voter holds the balance of power and fortunately he is the man of intelligence who sees his country before his thee right time The number is in creasing and the demand for mien in public life whose reputation is untarnished s the strongest stimulant independent voting has fever received Hon Charles Finley of Wil liamsburg after being intro duced in a very enthusiastic speech by Hon F R Winfrey spoke to the Republicans of this county Monday afternoon in the interest of Mr Caleb Powers candidacy for the nomination for Congress in this the Eleyenth district The courthouse was wellfilled and the speech was well received There were a few Democrats and a few Edwards men in the ass embly elisin rs Mr Finley spoke for one and ahalf hours praising Mr Powers claiming that the Republicans of the district owed him the nomi tht1ftFoW Jby a large majority During the speech Mr Firiley was frequent ly applauded This district isso large it is a difficult matter for a man in one end of it to have any thing like a correct idea of the result Here is the opinions from bothsides as we gather them Powers supporters say that he is an easy winner Edwards friends say that he has got the race won Does the Louisville Post think that Chief Carneys journey after Wendling was a wild and ex pens yehunt without any infor mation to back it There were quite a number of deaths in the larger cities of this country last week caused from heat In some cities there were fifteen to twenty per day It looks like the Taft adminis tration needs old man General Confidence t o get i t off the riffles of depression and disaster Theres something wrong in Denmark and it will show up before many moons The loss from the flood whicbf swept over several counties in the Western portion of Ken tucky last Thursday night is estimated at one million dollars In five or six counties crops werei almost totally destroyed and railroads greatly damaged The business depression throughout the country cant be charged to tariff tinkering as the tinkering was done by Re publicans In fact they tinkered up instead of tinkering down and next Fall they will tinker out Theres something doing in the middle West Hon Urey Woodson who is Kentuckys National Democratic Commetteeman has just return ed from a trip through the West He says Mr Cannons speeches in Kansas injured the Republi can party in that State He fur ther predicted that the fall elec tions would give usa Democratic House Hon WJ Fields of Carter county was nominated by the Democrats of the Ninth district to represent said district in the next Congress He won on the first ballot Hon E B Hager being his contending opponent Hon J B Bennett is theRe publican candidate Persons who know Mr Fields worth say that he is a winner The dis trict is close The Republicans of Ohio in State convention have nomi nated Warren G Harding of Marion at one time Lieutenant Governor of the State The present Lieutenant Governor Fran cis W Treadway was renomi nated The Convention was dom inated by the regulars but the Insurgents will make themselves felt in November Judson Harmon is the Democrat ic candidate for Governor Hon John G Carlisle who was one of the greatest song Kentucky ever produced died in New York Sunday night1 at 1050 oclock He was conscious al most to the last moment The body wilt be taken to Weshing t nthnceto Govmgton the burial to take place th sWed nesday afternoon The brilliant caeer of Mr Carliile as known to tie reading public The iia tionhas sustained a great loss nr tIiJI U tfi r Zt f L fj Columbus Wagons f elIJ 5 If you want a good light running farm wagon let us 1f1 2sell a Columbus f ltVeThe light running feature Of the Columbus is one of its excellent points 9r You know that horseflesh costs money ft A Columbus wagon is so light running that this feature tis favorably commented upon everywhere i The wheels the gears and boxes are made oi good r material and properly ironed J This excellent construction enables them to withstand the severe usage encountered on the farm Columbus wagons are so well built in fact that afterr hisColumbusi Call on us at once If you are not in need of a wagon at present it will pay you to investigate the Columbus and be ready when the L time comes i7 Reed Ward ware = = Columbia Ky t w z 3hJ r 1f r Columbiek FaIrt- i 0 August 234 Days t J i An Attractive Premium List I tt EXCITING RACES ANEX J i INTERESTING RINGS r o r 01 0 v Weherleys Band of Louis viiIe will make the Musir UNDERTAKERS We are prepared To Furnish Undertakers Goods and Embalm Call or Write Us THE BUCHAHAH LYON CO v Incirjwralwl- CAMPBELLSVILLE KENTUCKY Dr Hawley Harvey Crippeh and Ethel Glare Len ve his stendgrapherj who fled from Lon tltheElmpre vaudeville actress f Give us a trial WezTable supplied t With the Best the Market Affords Meals 35c i a M1LLEN HOUSrVf M D I MILLEN C0Proprs Located onRailrpad Stone square east of L 1LStatioii f Wc JM el jj III I Lebanon Kentuokyc Xr vm fH were arrested Sunday on board the Canadian Pacific liner Mont- rose off father Point Quebec at the command oi ihipectpr D Wrxf Scotland Yar who traveled acmes the ocitii tinI I t nisIan unidentified woman supposed t1pinIl actjiffO t1 r L t A if i tII TilE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Y == j D f PERSONAL J jMrsR H Price is visiting in Boyle county LIIrAlbert Stapp returned from Cor r Mr Geo W Brockman Amandar Iville is in town reportIr I Mr W H Russell Cob rg was in town county court IMiss Katie Murrell has been quite f for a day or two fromtMr John Lee Walker has been quite sick for several days Mr J R Tutt Jr of Milltown was here the first of the week I1Ir L R CheHof Knifley was the first of the week I r Mr B 0 Hurt and family visited J Hutchison and family last Sunday 1PAn infant child of Mr and Mrs Smith was quite sick last week herekago busijweeks Mr Byron Montgomery who is in the revenue service is at home for a month Mr W D King is recuperatingat the wellknown health resort Russell Springs Neighbor Hatcher known to all the country merchants was here last Thursday Hon M it Yarberry who is in the iIqMiss Sallie Hutchison of near Hutch l Bisons School House visited relatives F here last week ii Mr J A Chapman and family have gone to their Mississippi home making the trip in an automobile Misses Cathrine Hagan and Susie Moss of Greensburg are visiting the Misses Moss of this place Misses Mary L and Leonora Lowe f Fhp visited several weeks in Tenn essee returned home last week Mr Wnl Penick and Miss Helen Penick of Gee county visited Mr and Mrs W C Smith last week Miss Mollie Jeffries left Friday morn ing for Campbellsville where she is spending a week with Mrs N W Mil ler Mr JB Dry travling salesman out of Cincinnati whose home is Bradfords ville was here a few days of last week Mrs Sarah A Miller of Crocus i mother of Mrs H N Miller and Mrs A H Ballard spent last week in 50 lumbia Mr Hollie Gaines and family of Esto visited at the home of Mr an- dltlrsLE Bradley last Friday and Saturday Miss Lena Patteson who spent two itweeks very pleasantly in Columbia returned to her home in Campbellsville last Friday Mr James Cole our Bakerton repre sentative was in Columbia last Monday and left substantial evidence of his visitI to the offic- eMessrsPif H Bridgewater JWISublett W E Hancock and 0 W Mc j Allister Cane Valley were seen on the square Monday Mrs L E Schramm nee Miss Ethel AzbilJ Cleveland Ohio is visiting rel atives in Columbia Mrs R H Moss nee Miss Lena Hurt left for Birmingham Ala last Thursday morning her husband being in business in that city Mr and Mrs J B Keltner paid the News office a pleasant Tisit last Monday Ifi and advanced their subscription to the good year of 1911 Gradyvillet AdaIMr C M Barnett and wife nee Miss Lina Rosenfield who visited here several weeks left for their home Evansville Lid Monday morning Mrs Lindsey Miller and children of Grand Juhdtion Col and Miss Ada Feese of Cane Valley visited the family of H C Fe se the firstof the week Mr andrMrsr Greo Downs of Niles 8kla relatives of Mr W T McFar land and family were in Columbia last Thursday They went from here to Row nacMrs Jo Eusgell and her little son J o Jr who have been visiting atjlc HegryfKt returned home Friday afternoon Mr Eusseli met them at Campbllav3lleMjg bti Eratt Shelbyvill Je ando W Thomas Somerbetj whD visited Mrs Georgia Shelton left last week the former for her home the latter for Greensburg Miss Mary Turk of Clinton Moand Miss Mattie Flowers of Russellville who spent a week very pleasantly with relatives in Columbia have returned to their respective homes 9 Mrs A D Patteson has a very badly swollen arm caused from a needle which was accidentally stuck in her wrist The latter part of last week she suffered a great deal Miss Ina Hulse who visited in Monti cello several weeks returned home last Wednesday accompanied by her brother Mr Gleason Hulse who also visited in Monticello a day or two Mrs C L Pyle of Lincoln county is confined to her bed at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs J S Breeding this place with typhoid fever Her husband arrived Sunday afternoon Mrs W B Rowe who was in Columbia two weeks under treatment of Dr Waggener returned to her home last Wednesday afternoon The nurse who has been with her went to her home in Louisville Mr Rowe informs the News that Mrs Rowe is much bet ter Mr H B Ingram and wife will leave Thursday of this week on an extended visit to a daughter in Oklahoma They are also likely to visit Canada On their return they will stop and visit Mr Ingrams brother Isaac who lives in- Fancy Prairie 111 They will be absent two months Mrs M E Marcum and Mrs Lena Paull went to Louisville last Wed es day Thursday they met Mrs Mar cums daughter Miss S R Marcum who is employed in a large institution of learning Rock Hill South Carolina and Friday morning all three returned to Columbia The latter named will remain at home a we- ekAdditional Locals Familywashings and laundry work is different If you want laundry dont include it in family washingsthere is a differenceJn the price as well as the worktr G Rasner 37St DAIR CIRCUIT COURT John B CavePlff vs Notice Thos BGrarit AdmrcDefts J a Notice is hereby given that I will sit at my office in the town of Columbia Ky on each day Sundays excepted from August 1st 1910 until September 1st 1910 to receive claims against the estate of W D Cave deceased in above styled case and to hear proof of them pursuant to an order of the Adair Circuit Courtnnabove styled case 373t W A Coffey M C C C LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE t Shipping steer 675725 Beef steers3506OOF-at heifers and cows 4OO625 Cutters T 2Bo375 Canners 150250 Bulls 200425 Feeders 400525 Stockers 275500 Choice milch cows 35004500 Common to fair cows 15003500 aHOGSi Choice 165 to 200 I 855 Mediums 130 to 165I 880 Pigs 780 Roughs V 755 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs750800Cu- lls 550650 Fat sheep Ai 400550 w GRMNt Wheat 1 I 1- 25Corn100Local Marketi r The following is the Local MaSket given bySH Grihstead VCQpt ay Eggs n Hens Y vrtifei 09 Chickens 10 Cocks vr 3 Turkeys 6 to 8 Geese 4 Ducks eo 6 Wool clear grease Jt 20 to 22 Wool washed ff 28 toSQ- Hides green i t 6 to 7 Hides dryif rr 14tol6 Feathers 35 to40 Ginseng i 5 to 5 75 Bees wax f 25 to 2t fOXES WANTED Rod an3 Gray Fpxe f leiOOtoseSO Sauirrilsv 60 to ooiwiHiVv t iolSAnd Express t v Sand hamebf your wcprass oflce in first 1ttr w T 1IODGN Pox Ky L Harrodsforkand Chestnut Grove Base iormersjgrounds Ham dsfork Jeff Heady was the banner wheat grower of Larue county A field containing forty acres on his farm threshed out fortythree and a quarter bushels to the acre Mr C L Hurt of Montpelier left for Burnside last Saturday Mr Hurt has accepted the position of assistant cashier in the Burnside Banking Com pany We feel that he will prove the man for the place It is not generally known that Columbia has another family grocery Herriford Bros They have opened in a room adjoining Mr Ottleys bottling plant This makes eleven grocery stores in town and two in the suburbs The Institute isnow in session and the public is invited to attend There will bea lecture tonight and night and so on to the end tomorrowl all the names of the teachers will be published and also the resolutions adopted Prospects forborne cultivated ginseng hi Adair county is not very flattering Mr Sel Bennett who is perhaps the largest grower in the county informed- us last Thursday that there had been too much wet weather for this industry and that the plants were blighted The wife of Judge Lynch died last Wednesday night Her home was on the Burkesville road about six miles from Columbia She was quite an old woman and leaves her aged husband in a lonely condition The interment was Thursdpy afternoon fcTAL T Bradshaw Co Notice vs L T Bradshaw c Deft All persos firms and corporations having claims against the estate of L T Bradshaw Co assigned arehere by notified that I will sit at my office in Columbia Ky from the 1st day of August 1910 to 1st day of September of the same year to receive hear proof on and audit claim against the estate of L T Bradshaw Co assigned and all persons firms and corporation hold ing claims against said estate are notified to have same properly proven as tbetweencase me as Master Commissioner W A Coffey Master Com A C C For Sale Two secondhand twohorse wagon and one onehorsewagon All in good repair ParsotitBros 373t Cane Valley Mrs E C Page of Frankfort is visiting her father Dr C D fiWillie McAllister made a business trip to Shelbyville last week MrsiLindsey Miller of Grand Junction Col who were born and reared at this place are visiting relatives here E C Sublett Esq one of our oldest citizens is in a critical n dition He is eightyfour years of age and a sufferer of Brights disease Born to the wife of Willie Humphrey f an eight po und daughter July 15 Born to the wife of T B Clark daughter July 22 Mrs Dan Bridge and daughter Florence of Iowa were visiting the formers brother Mr Jijnc Woodrum last we kjMisses May Phillips and Nellie Bradbury of Bardstown are visiting the family of Mr A It Feese r Mr Clarence Hindman of Grady ville was here last Fridays on business Il Misses Maryand Fawn Han cock are inovihg along quite nicely with the Cane Valley school They are pleasant little ladies and of course we are glad to se them succeed in all their undertakings And we donfe want M forget iCuw Virginia JltinIljofGoluni i who jwch t3i ittij r i 1 f ing the Coburg school Wevcould Inothave made a better choice She is a daughter of A Hunn and judging her from her looks we would call her hontoo Say Mr Editor you tell that person out at Indianapolis Jnd that your pen pusher at Cane Valley has twenty acres of fine oats lying on the ground twenty acres of nice timothy to be cut twenty acres ofcorn needing hand weeding mother sick in one bed father in another feeding a bunch of hogs and at the everyIfifteen tofifty in the town 1am just like the feller thelthe other is waiting Since our snake medicine has run out and thisgreat big Doolin walking around with this silver star oh it makes any one feel like they were in a funeral po cession Every body in the place is painting building or putting- in concrete Never in the history of out town have we had such an epidemic of improvement Bros Currie and Rood are holding a meeting at the Methodist church nd we are all toJive better Russell Springs Mr Kelley Bell and wife willI be citizens of our town in a short time having rented rooms from Mrs Susie Vaugham Mrs Augie Flanagan and Miss Kate Simpson Jamestown were here Friday Mr Till Cravens Columbia was in our town one day lastt week h Mr Willis Richard and family were called to the bedside of their daughter Mrs Myrt Whit j tle who is reported dangerously ill at her home Esto r Mrs Hopper Stephens is attending the protracted meeting at Parks Ridge conducted byp Rev Thomas x Several new cass of whooping cough in townIThe youngest child of Mr and Mrs Julis Gaskin died Thursday with whoopingcought Miss Mary Hadley and Prof Hatfield attended the singing at Oak Grove Jast Sunday Mr Clarence Hurt who was manager of the wholesale house at this place has resigned to ac cept a position with the Natio na Bank at Burnside Dr Neathery and son have been visiting relatives on Cum berland river for a few days Mr Vernon Holt Jamestown and Miss Chamberlain who is visiting from Ala were among our visitorslastwe k Mr Basset Hurt and family will locate in our town in a short time Mr Hurt cones to tale charge of the produce house at this place A large number of6ldtfolks young folks and enveref highly entertained on Jast Wednesday evening b the brick kilnt which is being burned at the Fair grounds Everybody Stinvited come Jo the kiln bring chckens TheinvitationJ was responded persons After the crowd gather red they were entertained by music until abdut 10 oclock while ii number of nibe chicken were Juried in the cole to rout By the time the chickens we- wli l re Itevy me win j f CAfCSh Sale tjJi f1 II iS 1n fL fT tlt itloJ pl Dry fOQdS N01W clas sale Health makes ii c necessary If you want realfbar gains COME and SEE US We have one of the best stands in this part of the country Lots dwelling and storecheap at 1500 5y r Q A HELM = = Bakerton Ky IIl7K i Ie A jEfIsS IonE WITHS iC l thIfrIT eLawyer iEI- f R A El ESTATE AGENTw Kyw iY 1 iC you wish to Buy or Sell call on Him v f- v OfficeI 7 l K Town Property and Farm Landsfor Sale lrS E E E Er1 IE E fine form to enjoy the feast When the 50 had been fed arid he fragments gathered up the crowd slowly took its departure each feeling that he had been a most delightfully entertained Carmel Miss Harriet Bridgewater who has been confined to her room for some time dont seem to im rove very fast bufc we hope she will soon be out again The Wheat threshing is over in this section and it turned out very good There is a fine corn crop in this neighborhood but as o fruit it is a complete failure No peaches and apples but a very nice chance for grapes Miss Annie E Cave has been visiting Mrs Ellen and Mary E Smith this neighborhood for two weeks and is visiting Mrs Ella Pike now The Sunday school at Carmel is progressing nicely under the management of Mr T R Smith as Supt Mr Spears is very sick at this writing x Mrs Wayne Caff visited Mrs Tom Smith one day last week Miss Mollie Pike has a ellon on her finger Misses Rosie and Gracie Smith Fannie Biggs Madeline Bridg water Lucian Hancock Thomas Smith and Aven Bridgwater all attended the birthday dinner at Jones Sunday reported that here were from five to seven hundred people there and plenty f dinner v Misses Helen Smith Fannie Mr tTpe I Feese arid Mn Jolin M Smith were visiting Misses BMeMrylLndGlacie Smith Sunday evening Miss Maudie Ellion is visiting her sister Mrs Yrgie jicFar- and of 4P Vall- eyM3ridwter who bu jiI ben on the sick list is better at this writing Miss Mary Eliza Bault is visiting her parents at White Oak Misses Rosie and Mary EJ Smithvisited Miss Bell Banks one day last week- We have preaching at Carmer every 2 and 3 Sunday in each month Rev J H Roode preaches the 2 and Rev B H Hender son the 3 Bro Henderson has been our pastor for 12 years and we could not do without him he is such a fine preacher The school at Beech Top fsgeij ting along nicely with Mrs laID Absher as teacher Mrs Ellen and Lucian Smiths visited Mrs Spears ond day last week Sarah Margret Grant of Little Cake is visiting friends and rela tives in this neighborhood Tarter i i Farmers are all very wellup j with their work Corn is looking well oats are very good Wheat turned out fairly well and meadows much better than expected JohnCravens son of Ira Crar vensis very low at this time with typhoid fever Several fishing expeditions have been formed and somehave been very successful Mrs Mattie Parnell of Sprmg 7 field IlLwno has been visiting her parents and relatives at thisIplace returned hprrie last week We have two wheat threshers operating in our community con seguently the wheat willvsolorijbf threshed i1 Mr Hunn of G61umb4 wk J here last week buying cattle The Sunday school at White Sit ischool house is progressing n celly with j 0 Wolford as supt 7 is J1 0 White will attend the iiJstitte at Columbia this week- f J 17uc 1fsk Ei- iiI iJ j t d 00 h Br I I6- f THE ASAJJtv COUNTY NEWS I tt + + 4 + t4 11 1 teblet1 Bt10S 116 E market St Bet 1st Book 110015111 11iQet OUt Quota Lion A on 4ELLWOOD SefOne yot4 buy + We will saste+ A you MONEY iUJit1eCatlet1Y MATE Lt Both Do K Pres J COCKE Pres DIETZHAN Sec W CoeESTABLISHED INCORPORATED 1889 V1IliliWRIG4TS I maC4IftlSTS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS S AW MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLSI 1301 eeNTftMftlN LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK SOLICITED Phones AU Kinds of MacNine kE I rY pr a1r d I b- E 0 NUGKES- co pAnY t BLINDS IFs 2167 I i cJ Sash and Door House i in the South Send orders to us for prompt shipment 1andgood goods If We appreciate them i I E L CO ej Street i I KY a o o em iLn I m71Cr iCOIn 171Cit I FifthwPIKEm 1Refurnished e modied A Firstclass Hotel at Po lar Prices Convenient to and Retail Districts Churches and Theaters I in AVENUE LOUISVILLEx ttFIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS 1 7CLouisvillef f KrIifljPJ 7li I The Adair News and Both One Year for 150jPet Goat Creates Havoc Old Joe a pet Angora goat escaped from its cornal a few 4days ago and bounded into the t composing room of the Daily Idaho Press at Wallace where during an exciting before the animal was captured fifty Malcolm Glendinning editor in chief and the office d viIit 1i vied with the proverbial bull iti the china shop In working mis L chitef Racing through the office over composing stones and tables ft1 ype waiting to be putt on the JJs presses drovefhofficeJWIipg Nit of na c c i tdftrflutttring heeta otpiper 1 W1tGON e Telephone Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns Porch Material Stair Work Interior Finish Etc Largest Wholesale HUGHES 211215 E1Main INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE CiRedecoratedand PuiWholesalew irpFIFTH 4i71C County CourierJournal quarterhour on the copy hook jumped over a linotype operators head and be gan tearing copy off the hook and devouring it This was the final act that aroused the editors strengthiandthe goat was grabbed by the bodilythroughur ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT John B GavePlff NoticeThos JatmyofficKy on each day Sundays excepted from August lst1910until September 1st 1910 to receive claims against the estate ofW D Cave ecea edjn above stylldca f andiQ heir proof of them pirxiant to an order of the Adair Circuit Centfin above tyba cue ITSI i A rnr OCc 1rJ Flies As it is now all the style to fight fliesand we are stylish tq the bandwewiU proceed to whack em a few whacks oflfliesthem lights on our nose when ever we go to sleep in the day timeThe Encyclopedia says Considered in relation to man there is reason for placing the feeble fly at the Head of our insect enemios They spread disease and carry filth and allowing for the good caused by the cleaning away of animal and vegetable impurities by many species there remains a long list of indirect in juries inflicted by th mTheya- te especially injurious to the feelingsA healthy henfly will in a little over a month produce a progeny in direct descent of over oneandahalf million Flies survive winter in the per sons of a few of the sturdies fe males and these hibernate en ceilings in warm rooms and in the secluded corners of outhouses and stables Then on the first warm day of spring out they come and pro eed to lay their eggs They layabout 150 at a time and these eggs take three weeks to develop into the per fect adult insect ready for all kinds of business and for more fliesFlies have wrecked more re ligious aspirations than the ten commandments and all the moral laws combined and have been known to cause a sanctified man to fall from grace and spout pro fanity in 7 14 seconds by the clock They are an invention of of the devilat least like fleas and snakes nobody has ever been able to give a Christian reason whyGod made them Kill the flies Smash em Mash em Salivate em with a club Set the dogs on em Do any thing to em you can for they will do anything to you they can EX V Useful Pointers- A weak solution of axolic acid usedfor stained fingers is good IIhelpfulIf brass candlesticks are dis figuredwith verdigris try rub bing them off with a cloth dipped in ammonia IItheto beat it A spoonfvlof ox gall to a gallon of water will set alm stanye colored fabric if sO kedrinit be orewashingFor spots on the nails a drpyrrhinremedy Committs iuicide Tuesday afternoon Mr John Zachary ano d soldier died at fIfanre ports it seems that his pension been stopped arid consequently grew despondent and decided that life was not worth living He lived until re nt1 ltear Ctney Fork arid wat lap tciii zen im1iftiifiibor J e latvae a wif sad 5 mown chiv 4 v iARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR Z If so we can furnish anything you may need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof = r ing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns 4 of every description Our stock of SidingjfCelling Flooring and all kinds of MouldSf 4rJ- w ing is manufactured from Dry Lumber + j tr We can furnish any material needed in r our line and keep the largest and bests JA assorted stock of Finishing Material of iany firm in this section of the State Phone 44 SANDUSKY COMPANYCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY Ladies Save Money and Keep in Style by Reading McCalls i Magazine and Using McCall PatternsrHa by and and per 50c free Sub for 1 McCall will you make own homo with your own for and which will style Price none than 15iSend for trot Iattora We Will GTC You Fine Prcscas fr rMinr sub your tjetil free and Cash Prize OJTcr ThEMCY23a2S 37b On moving here weeks since he acted as an honorable upright citizen and no one knew life was a burben to Casey County News Much in Little A healthy horse eats times its weight in food during a yearThirtyeight in every thousand Englishmen who marry are over fifty years old Great Britian produces 1900 000 of salt a all Europe than 5000000 President Buchanan possessed 200000There are about 26800 worms to an acre of cultivated land oil companies control southjItric power for steam Milton got through on 8000 words and the ordinary educat ed man finds from 4000 to 000 enough for all purposes national forests under Government care in this country amount to 194500000 acres about the same area as that of the States of Texas Ohio combined accumulations of blast furnace slag at English iron fur in the Nottingham district have been partly disposed of to highway and other authorities- for road repairs other purposes Entirely unprejudiced is the editor of the All emcine Fleisch f er eitung a journal for butch era He advises butchers suffer from headaches nervousness or stomach trouble togive meat a opta vegetarian While Buenos Ayrec normally is the sixth city in the world in the number of electric lights was the second during the latter part of May in the Argentine Cemetery oelebons states Consul General R M Barjhik mangy 4qreic e 1 McCalls eaiine will help you dress styl ishly at a moderato expense keeping posted on the latest fashions in clothes hats 50 New Fashion in each issue Also valuable information on home sonal matters Only a year including a pattern scribe today or send free sample copy I Patterns enable to in your hands clothing yourself children bo perfect in and fit higher cents Ciuo ue i scriptions among friends lor Premium tlup Ve it a few that him nine tons year less The that 5 The and The naces and who diet and it Designs all In furnishing information con lacebHj1lbertports the present numbe of lace makers at 45000 women and girls as compared with 150000 in 1875 The Hyogo Elecrtic Railway opened its first section from Hyogo to Sumaon March 15 it will extend 12 miles along the shore of the Inland Sea to Alaska The material has chiefly come from the United States the woodwork of the cars and the overhead wires being made in JapanConsul Henry P Coffin writes that arrangements are being made in Argentiea to hold an automobile exposition in Rosario during the months of November and December of this year All the different automobiles of Europe will be exhibited including the latest inventions in aero planes and biplanes The Best Hour of Life Is when you do some great deed or discover some wonderful fact This hour came to J R Pitt of Rocky Mt N Co when he was suffering intensely- as he says from the worst cold 1 ever had I then proved to my great satis faction what a wonderful Cold and Cough cure Dr Kings New Discovery 1entIrely Asth1maTrouble 5tJcandL pO Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Three Parts of England- England as every attentive observer has noted falls roughly into three parts North of a line drawn from the Dee to the HUnber there is the England which is almost ak neW as Amer ica the England of coal and iron cotton and wool the England of great mills and mines and of iii dustry on the immense scale That is the England the capitals of which are Manchester Sheffield Leeds and Bradford the cJtie s whole ftaina stand throughout world formoth t i t English manufacturing supremacy and commercial enterprises and this England has pronounced decisively for the government for free trade and above all for democracyJust the south of the line there is the midlands the region or which Birmingham is the- capital the region in which in dustry is carried for the most part in small factories by strug gling employers That England has on the whole gone against- the government Finally there is the south the feudal England the region char acterized by cathedral cities small market towns and rather decayed residential boroughs In size of populationin wealth in industrial significance and in virility the urban north as un questionably outweighs the urban midlands and the urban south as it has unquestionably given its verdict for the cause of pro gress Struck a Rich Mine S W Bends of Coal City Ala says he struck a perfect mine of health in Dr Kings New Life Pills for they cured him of Liver and Kidney Trouble after 12 years of suffering They are the best pills on earth for Constipation Malaria Headache Dyspepsia Debili ty 25c at Paull Drug Co Busy Paris Dressmakers This is the period of great ex citement in the world of dressmakers The Rue dela Paix is in a bustle and tUJ moil from morning till evening employers and first hands are screaming to lift boys and messengers whoa e running wildly up and down stairs Usually polite manager esses and obsequious doorkeepers receive even their best clients with scowls of disapproval for all this unusual disorder and ex citement is not on account of their clients It is the private prepared1th for the benefit of the buyers from big firms throughout the world Russia Vienna America London Germany These are the spring and summer fashions that are beingjavished it is al ready too late for the halfrsea son styles A fortnight hence the elite of society will also be let into their mysteries w Keep up your notes on the gar den this year When is over you will closes theIQtesJ and make your deductions to guide you next year This re cord will be a valuable reference end will no doubt avoid many mistake and possibly failures next spring After a series ofY years you will have data of inestimable value tI I t rTr11it THE ADAIR COUNTY NEr v I ri Womans FriendNe- arly all women suffer at times from female L acutelYSlndmorliMl i i Lu youshouldOarduiisa safe natural medicine for women prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in echeats It acts easily on the female organs and gives strength and tone to the whole system I I I i ECARDUITonic V writesCardui Iwas taken with female inflammation and consulted doctor but to no avail so I took Oardui and inside of three days I was able to do my housework Since then my trouble has never returned Try it r AT ALL DRUG STORESI tRoWes X Roads Pine weather and crops look ing fine The wheat is being threshed and the quality good Willis and Presley Hadley vis ited here last week They live in St Joseph Mo Willis has been gone 28 years Presley 18 years Their first trip West their stay was too short to look at each other much We were glad to isee theI Some attOak on Come to Thomas Hartleys and get your hat Ambrose GundifFs time on earth looks like it was very short Dropsyjipnhe trouble I Old Aunt Annie Pierce gets no- j better Her condition is fatala can ting her up r There will be a Hadley reunion I at the Bart Hadley GroveXyard the third Sunday in August Here is where I was married 45 I years ago here is the cave my great grand father lived in with this family when the country was first being settled Up here he Bis buried We want to spend the ay An ancient history and serv Ing God together on this sacred spot one time more on earth We want every Hadley in Kentucky to be thereon that day I Thom as Hadwill preach in the forenopnand give a history of I the Hadley family 150 years ago Prof Robert Antle will speak on the advancement of education for the last 50 Years Bring your dinners and lets all eat togeth Ver and drink good water out of the Hadley Cave one more timera I rni Notes t Pounded garlic mixed in a mash isipne of the best remedies for the gapes Hens dont belong to unions v but in winter they are sure to go ion a notis 1People who without experi yieDc e gui into the poultry busi ness tin rat large scale generally fail Sfet small and grow is the bestjway Allow the young turkeys to go where they wish just so that they do 2 go into danger They are tion l llYr of a roving dlSPOSl j You r t feed sufficient sur plus ofnatural eggmakirig food a to l1ablthe hen to produce a j s r l M eggs beyond the ntR1 iPply ve characteristics un fr t lice other members of the feath ered tribe The gander has a fine squeaky voice while that of the female is loud and coarse When you purchase your supply of beef scraps place in paper flour sacks and tie securely By following this method there will be no bother from worms or bugs and will keep indefinitely Will the storage in the hog crop be caught up with this fall It depends on many things as to how much it will catch up is our opinion Hogs require less attention than any other farm animal yet they yield the biggest returns from money invested in them than any other farm animal Hogs that have had the run of a good clover field in summer al ways make the best feeders when the corn matures in fall Some old corn should be provid ed in case of dry weather ending the clover before the new corn can be fed An Illionis dairyman writes us that it has been found that cows which hold up their milk are cured effectually by ty ing their heads up higher than their backs when being milked It would be an easy way to cure the cow of such faults surely ExState authorities of Missouri have begun proceedings against the Armour Swift Morris anJ Hamond companies and the StI Louis Dressed Beef Co for conspiracy in 1909 to control prices paid by dealers of livestock poultry butter and eggs and productsb The most important time in the calfs life comes when we take it upon ourselves to feed and care for it and at this time we should exercise a lot of kind ness and gentleness for rough ness creates distruat and fear and the chances are that calves will never forget their first les sons and impressions If you have for any reason peg lected the record of the orchard begin now You will not have the information as to when the trees set blossoms and when they sprayed but you can note the date each tree ripened its fruit the percentage of marketable fruit and the value of the product While this will not give you all the informationY9u will need next year it wall be a ndIthe profitable and the unprpfitia ble trees t0t f Ir r f 11J J ProgramI The following is a program for the Musical Association to beheld at Bethlehem church near Gentrys Mill the second Sunday in August 191- 0Devotionalexer ises by James Atchley Welcome address FG Ander son Response Rev C F Breed mgOrganization and election of officersiRelative length of notes and rests James Kerns J H Wor mack and Joe Kerns Double and tripple measures W E Stapp and W T Sullivan Quadruple and compound double measures Rucker P Grimsley and Esco Stapp Compound tripple compound quadruple measures L T Acree and W G Wormack Quartett John Burton Jr SopranoAccent Frank Hughes and Prof A G Hill Quartett Miss MYrtie She herd on Soprano How to teach note reading J V Dudley Robert Anderson and Tom Coffey Transposition of scale by sharp Ruel Cabbell and Bill Bailey Transposition o f scale by flats Anderson Murrell and Prof SmithDynamies Cortez Bryant and CF Breeding Solo Curtis McGaha Miner scale John Wolford and Henry Wormack Song lead by Evie Bryant Melody Stewart Rexroat and J V Dudley Solo Henry Wormack and R 0 Cabbell Harmony Cooper Shepherd and 1 M Grimsley J H Wormack omUWe the Sunday School and neighborhood of the Bethlehem church unanimously request the Musical Association to be held at Bethlehem church t he second Sunday in August C C Gentry Supt of S S U G Anderson Sect of S S All teachers and lovers of music are invited to come and take part in the discussions Bring wellfilled baskets aBritish Rule In considering Mr Roosevelts utterances on British rule in Egypt we can safely leave our English brethren to decide whether it was proper for him to discuss the subject while their guest it must be remembered that Mr Roosevelt is himself an imperialist of the most pro nounced type He believes that the people of Egypt need a ruler from the outside of course he does Heis Hamiltonian in his ideashe divides society into two classesthe rulers and the to be ruled He takes the aristocratic view of societythat- the massed need a guardian and he is not only willing to be the gardsman but chafes under cdnr stitutionaj restraints It is per fectly natural top that he criti cises kindness and leniency in dealing with subject peoples They will mistake it for weak nesstheold excuse That is the charge some bring against Christianity it makes weaklings of men Hit em hit em hard and hit2emoften is thee benevolent doctrine that 4a Iaccompanies benevolent assimila Mr Roosevelt contented himself with denouncing assassination as a means of re forming government he would have given expression to an al most universal sentiment iad he praised those features of British policy which seemed best to him it might have been con structed as a courteous return for an extended hospitality but when he launched forth into an unqualified endorsement of the principles of colonialism he spoke for himself onlynot for the American people Even the Republican party has not dared to endorse imperialism or to declare in favor of a colon ial system in the Philippines Mr Roosevelt will mislead those who listen to him if he gives them to understand that the Declaration of Independence has been repealed or that tHe Ameri can people have surrendered their belief in the doctrine that governments derive their just powers from the consent l of the governed Commoner Donts for Churchmen Dont wait on God by sitting idle Dont mistake a sealed head for a sanctified heart Dont forget that more men fail from fears than from foes Dont forget that life owes a living to the man who lives a life Dont expect to make a fair church out o f nothing but chuch fairs I Dont groan over the growing pains of grace if you would be a true saint 1thanDont forget that to still the spirit within is better than to quite the storm witout Dont fail to observe that those who best know their rights are the ones who can sometimes give them up tTBen Johnsons Religion The Shelbyville Record edited by our very esteemed friend Ed Shinnick and himself a member of the same church as Hon Ben Johnson has the following to say editoriallyBeat Johnson because of his short comings or unfitness if you can but kn ehim on ac count of his religion and then figure for yourselves where the Democratic party in Kentucky will be in the future This is not intended as a threat but is a plain statement of fact that might just as well be considered first as last Religious affilia tions should have no place in politics and to inject it therin is dallz ing with a two edged swordtMr Johnson is a member of the Catholic church but so little is the question of a mansrelig ious belief considered in the mat ter of electing officers that we doubt whether half the voters of this district which he now rep resents in Congress even know what church he belongs to and the other half does not care It is certain that in gall his races in theIrourthdistrctnoPQ estant has ever voted against him on account of his religious views Like the editor of The Record The News does riot believe that fjitfcws affiliations should have l ayYr coj 0000OOC I WEEKLY- GOURIERs JOURNAL Ii I HEN WATTERSON Editor i I a Isa National Newspaper Democratic in I politics It prints all the news without J I fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY 1 I AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEffS 1 BOTH ONE YEAR O i 0r i v if you will give or send your order to this ppernot to the Courier Journal Daily CourierJournal Yr 600 I Sunday CourierJournal Yr S200 can give you a combination cut IWe Daily or Sunday if you will write v IaPer LX fr Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS I OW OFFERING A CARLOAD EACH t i Studebaker BirdselIrs nilburn =WagonsA car load ofI Oliver Chilled Plows A carlload of Disc Harrows A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters aII OneHorse Corn Drills iIWill have the greatest and finest display of Buggies arid other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade LIME SALT AND CEMENT t A SPECIAL LINE 7i 1rImplementsY f on the L N R R c Woodspn Lewis The MerchantOreettsb rgKy x Mail orderspromplyattendedto r t l any place in politics We believe Democrats of Kentucky thatarenot going to consider what church a manbelongs to rn5e Rppkejis4n jail and will plead guilty when he is put on trial but fa mystery of how he stole a fi tf million dollars without detection is yet unsolved and this is the most interesting phase of the case Also the people would like to know what he did with the money Wall street couldnot swa11w that much at a gulp J iETown NeWs iA i 1 z rai- t iIr t rIi t r Uradyville We have had several good grains during the past week John Simpson o f Breeding was in our midst last Friday Mr Logsdon of Louisville the wellknown tobacco man was in this community last week look ang at the growing crop W B Hill bought a good tharness horse from J M Wil son last week for 140 Miss Jenny McFarland o f Columbia in company with Mr Charlie Diddle of this place vis ited Miss Ada Bridgwatets a t Edmonton Jast Saturday and Sunday We are glad to note that Mr J M Wilson is improving at this time He is tble to drive to fptownV Messrs Dan Curd lean Hatch er and Will Lyon with several other commercial men were call ing on our merchants last week Mr William Jones and wife of McGregor Texas visited the family of C L Keltner a few days of last week Would you be surprised t o know that we have land in Adair county and in Gradyville that will grow 30 bushels of wheat to the acre That amount has been threshed this season to the acre Mr Robt 0 Keltner one of our oldest citizens has had an Attack of fever for the past week r Mr S A Harper one of our citizens was awarded a n in crease on his pension last week He is now receiving 24 per month Mr L C Hindman is spend ing this week in Washington and Marion counties John Lee Walker of Columbia was in our midst one day last week The sad intelligence of the death of Mr Jas M England of Sparksville reached us last Wednesday He was a Chris tian gentleman and had many friends in our town The fami ly of the deceased have the sympathy of this community Miss Fannie D Shirley daughter of Mr and Mrs J R Shir ley of the Milltown community while on her return from her school last Wednesday received a considerable wound from a falling limb that was on a dead itreenear the road side The limb struck her on the head It was thought for a while that it would prove fatal Drs Nell xand Simmons were summonsed at once and dressed the wound alongfverynicely IZSL little remarkable about this The wind was not bio wing as any tone could detect Everything was perfectly still apparently i when the accident took place Doubtless she will be confined to herroom for several days Mrs Ella Y Robinson return d home from Sulphur Well last Monday She reports that her health is considerably improved and is delighted with her visit at the well t iK t weyan t Enouncing the death ofW M j J Tarter of Gleburn Texas During his visit to his relatives at f this place we made his acquaint tanee and we found him to be a t Christian geltl man We were f2 x thrown in hi com PYjon sever 7f CL 1 i1r rS al occasions and the more we knew about him the better we loved him We had the pleasure of meeting him time and again with our Masonic Fraturni ty and hee was a bright Mason land it was a pleasure for us to have him with us We extend our sympathy t o the bereaved familyPlease dont forget thaton Saturday before the first Sunday in August we will meet at the old cemetery at Union to clean off the undergrowth Every body that have friends laid to rest there will please meet us at 10 oclock sharp Bring yourdin ner Preaching by Rev J R Crawford in the afternoon also the Ladies Missionary Society will meet All members are requested to be present Leonard Murrell while a t work at machinea shingle near gjgotchine from some cause and it was so badly mangled that amputation was absolutely necessary Drs Nell and Simmons were in and amputated his hand The last report we had from Mr Mur rell he was getting along nicely and that he was very thankful that it was no worse affair than it waSf and that it was his left hand instead of his rightIMr W B Hill Bowling Green in a few days where he will take up his work again selling Pratts Food Mr dur1ingsale of the goods He will be gone several mo thsWe are always glad to know that our Gradyville boys do well in any business they undertake Suc cess to you Billy u Milltown Miss Mary Smith who is teaching the Sulphur Spring school has returned to Columbia to at tend the institute Miss Bess Leftwichvisited at Mr N B Dohoneys last Saturday night and Sunday Several from here visited at Griffin Springs last SundayI Mr A M Mercer and Cas sius Beard were in Greensburg on business last Saturday fMiss Grace and Cleo Shepherd of the Hutchison school house neighborhood visited at Mr Creed Pollards last Saturday night and Sunday Miss Bert Thomas who has been visiting relatives in Taylor Co hasteturned home Mr Bert Thomas is in Lebanon this week being treated by Dr McChord for complication of diseasesMr t Tandy Ellis and Mr J E Johnson will spear here next Thursdaynight in the interest of the Burley Tobacco Society Mr Dan Curd traveling man from Horse Cave was hereto see our merchants last Thursday Mrs Jennie Freeman and children who have been visiting relatives and friends in this county for the past month have returned to their home in Ohio Mr J4 Caldwell is visiting relatives and friends in this com munity The family washinge at the Columbia Steam Laundryi1J under my supervis ion and I ee that itisdoJ1e right The il7cntlperpoup lightrwork tt1p rice Alto washings must I be 6 pound or over JlnA G Rsar- r tt37Hlt t i 0 Absher The birthday dinner at Mr S H Jones was quite a success Mr Matthew Robertson spent Jast Sunday with his sister Mrs P ilSherrillJ Mr and Mrs W A Rice and daughters were at W A Hum ziIdayMrs Mont Harmon and Mrs Bettie Harmon of Neatsville were visiting relatives at this place last Saturday and Sunday Miss Zella East visited Emma and Clara Robertson last Satur day and SundayI Mrs Ermine Green and Annie Sharp visited Mr and Mrs Wes ley Willis a few days ago Mr and Mrs Wm Curry wereIthe guests of Mr and Mrs Morris Saturday night and Sun day last Mrs Ethyl Russell and sons and Nannie Cooley spent several days of last week in this neigh borhood v M D Jones arid sons are again at their mill n Mr M R Gabbert and sister Miss Gertrude visited relatives in this neighborhood last Satur day School at this place is progressing nicely under the manage ment of Miss Essie Triplett Miss Fannie Renfro spent last Saturday night with Miss Ju delle Robertson of Holmes Miss Eula Martin spent last week with her Aunt Lee Robert son Mrs Phil Sherrill is spending a few days with her father Mr Delaney Robertson Mr and Mrs G G Russell were inColumbia last Tuesday Miss Bertha Martin visited at Mr Ben Robertsons one night last week Master Jeff Cooley spent last Monday night with his cousins Mary Lee and Marvin Rice- f Montpelier 0 The health of this community irwas never better than it is at present Born to the wife of Mr Bert Eppersoh July 18th a daughter The meeting at Pleasant Hill conducted by Bros Taylor and Williams is being well attended Bro Taylor is an intelligent and interesting speaker and his many oldneighbors relatives and friends are appreciating his good 1sermons Mr James N Conover lost an aged horse last week supposed to have been bitten by a snaks Misses Pearl and Beatrice Breeding visited the Misses Mur rah last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ellen B Wheat is visiting relatives here Miss Nora Bradshaw is home from her school for a few days to recuperate her health Mr G L Blair and family were visiting MfcT G Hadley this week Mr Preston Hadley of St Joseph Mo visited relatives and friends at this place last week f rMcGaha a I ram invited to have an all day singing at Purdy the 3rd Sunday fin Auguswhich we have agreed to do The claw we are now thing at Ru iohShoure i fX ti to met WI ki a 1teachersmeet with us and ask a coopera Lion of all the good singers We sing the 1st Sunday morning int August at Pleasant View church We hope to have a good attend ance and good time as we usually do therefThe 2ndSunday in August no doubt will be a great day for the singing teachers when they meet at Bethlehem churchin the South ern social style Teachers we are brethren in one great work and Lets all meet in a united effort the association will be a suc cess not to criticise but to help othersWhen we have closed we should realize that we are bettered by having been there We have deriyed great benefit from such meetings Come readyto discuss your subject and lend a helping hand to others Respk I M Grimsley Bell Plain Kansas July 29 1010r Editor Adair County News If you will allow me the space in your columns will endeaverto give you a few lines in regard to trip out here and also the looks of the land and crops First I will say is that 1 had a- very enjcyable trip and saw many things that were new tome will say that we Kentuckians dont raise much wheat and corn largeIquantities I have seen raised here is alfalfa have seen hundreds of acres al most in one body of land The corn corp is a failure in some localities and will be more so if it dont rain soon Lots of corn would burn now the fodder anrabundance of fruit of all kinds The country is beautisul and the land rich but it takes some rain to make corn I will leave this place the 1st day of August and go down in Oklahoma for a few days and will return here about the 3rd or 4th and be with my brother Joe until the lOfch then on that date I aim to sail for my good old Kentucky home the that is the nearest and dear est to me I have met lots of my kindred and friends here and they seen to be getting along fine Saw Jim Wooldridge yes terday and he informed me that he was aiming to go back to old Kentucky soon Hope to be able to reach Columbia on the 12thor 13th will say good bye to all i lam truly yours AttisMcFarland 4 Irvin s Store Wheat is being threshed here and a very good yield reported We had a good rain to day s ingcontinuedgrowth of corn A W Gadberry and wife of Decatur were here Sundays Births this week are as fol lows Born to Mr and Mrs V G Rexroat a boy to Joe Pike and wife a 14 pound boy to Mr andY Mrs S B Rexroat a boy and to Mr and Mrs Lonny Luttrell a girl Mr Hannibal Gosser fell from Jati apple tree and broke his arm last Saturdayi MrsEHzWade and children Visited peer daughter Mrs 1Ossj Richardson here last Saturday night dSulldalIJ D arainbnd wai at JifeneB 1 7i r I t J c t 0 N 0 T I CEl V On and after August 1st 19lQ jt will not sell any goods on thy i This is not that 1 do not want to accomrrtodate mj good customers but I find 1 cant sell goods on tim and my competitors selling for CASH 1 cant afford to carry so many peopleS H will be a necessity CASH PRICES L7L iEE Come in and get my CASH prices and see how yot cansave by buying for CASH and please don t asfc me to credit you as I will be compelled toaefuse you which will be unpleasant 1 Special Bargains Every Saturday I have 250 two hundred and fifty Umbrellas and Parasols regular 75c seventy = five cents and one dollar 100 values bought from manufacturers for cash I will offer them to my customers on Satur = day August 6 at the low CASH price of twfeii ty cent 20c only one to each customer Come and get one while they l stOnly sold at this low pride one day All parties owing me notes or accounts wilt please come and settle at once If you cant 2ttIF i y cash come in and see your account and 14Ix am compelled to collect all that is collectable dt onceIX vx S Yours for Business 1 LEE CHELFl t l i zro ramVi1 L oJ fH U Uwentieii zstitriuai Session of tie SKusseli Sprincvs lt TLeoLcal Society to 6e zedat v i iJZusseU 3prings Jit Ujiiiraau rtugust 4th 19t0 ti l 1 l0am Calto order by President 2 Devotional Exercise REV E PENNYCUFF Russell Springs l3 Address of Welcome JUDGE J D IRVIN J usseU Springs 4 Report of Secretary and collections of dues r 5 Clinic hour j4L 6 Cholera Infantum L FHAMMONDSMk D Durinville 7 Discussion opened by J S ROWE M b Jamestown 8 Eczema Wm BLAIR jfUD Glensfork 9 Discussion opened by I v DS FLOYD MD Humphrey 10 Summer Diarrhea WEG D FLANAGAN M D Jamestown 11 Discussion opened by 7 P MARTIN rvJ D Liberty 12 Abdominalwell in 14days i J G CARPENTER M Dt Stanford 13 Discussion opened by PrVBALLOU M D Rowena 14 Paper his own selection J B SCHOOL MDabez LibertylJ17 Discussion opened by JL McCLENDE M D Rowena i18 Paper his own selection SAM TAYLOR MD Montpelier 19 Discussion opened by A V NEATHERY M LRusseIlSprings Public cordially invited fJi L D HAMMONDS MD Pres Irvms Store Ky JNO D COMBEST MD Secty Russell Spmi Ky lj IJ H Smith Fonthill was here Saturday J- MW Cooper has threshed 356 bushels of oats J B Tarter who has just graduated from medical college and Miss Ada Wad w ntt Jamestown last Saturday and were quietly married illvlocate at Ono where the doctor experts to pracboJood luck to them We had another Republican ipe king here Saturdaxy- J1qp Tarter of rui Co- r aentln a r 0t i f size crowd was present but we did not hear the speaking Much feeling is being sho n by bothti sides and somebody is going to lose some mono fe the result of the primary 5 Let every boclremember the Russell Springs f naecical society f AugJ 4thr 191QuJis for evdb f persons fnftt tIt T 41 The Columbia SttiiKifoundr wants your work It k pr lid to tJ ex food crioe yoou t any whet SeH irrtEtiji oJ