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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t lI T WJ f r i i I i f Iit Ci ti f1f 10f J l Ab 11 t i t unt4- b1 c i7 j tf i Jl jrt rt VOtUMfXHICOLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1910 NUMBER 40 Resolutions of Adair County Teach ers Institute V o inlmstJtrait the following as the resolutions of this institute Resolved That we extend to Miss flt Pearl Hindman County Superintend ent our sincere thanks for her faithful and zealous efforts to make this one of the most instructive and successful ins titutes our county has ever held and express to her our appreciation of her good judgment in securing the services of such able instructors as Profs Alex- anderfa and Craig of Bowling Green Ky Resolved That we express to these worthy gentlemen our appreciation of Tecognizingjnand extend to them our thanks for the able discussions and successful efforts in our behalf SResolvedDickey of Bowling Green our thanks 11 for his inspiring talks in our institute Resolved That we express our thanks 4toMessrs Walker Bryant and Gordon t 1ontgpmeryfor the refreshing lemon r ade furnished to the institute Wednes day afternoon and to Mr J 0 Russell for furnishing lights to Prof NeilsonI Moss for the use of their Mrs Sam Breeding for the use of her organ also ta Bros Currie and Tally for their earnest and inspiring talks and ajl visitors for their presence and cooperation Resolved That the teachers of Adair county heartily endorse the spJ work being done for the ndidI Kentucky in Eastern and Western tucky State Normal Schools and State University and that we urge the teach ers of our county to take advantage of the opportunities offered by these schools to better prepare themselves for the work beforethem i r Resolved That we are greatly pleas edwNew School Law and that we pledge ourselves in our work in our several districts this winter to make such ex planation and discussions of it as will lead to its greneral popularizationJ 1 Resolved That it is our opinion that of study in the County High iSchools should be so planned and given that it will lead to more practical re suits in tHe County and that we recom mend that at the earliest possible time Tthe subjects of Elementary Agriculture nd Domestic Economy be added to the co rse Resoled That this institute believes that the present policy of Division Boards in requiring teachers to teach studies not including in the Common c School Corriculum is a bad policy and a serious infringement upon the rights of the Primary Grades and that this in stitute takes this means of calling their attention to this matter and that should they require higher branches taught they should also furnish an as sistant to such schools 1Resolved That wefavor such a un ion of institutes as will better enable the counties to obtain more able in structors and facillitate a more 1i v sive acquaintance and interch extenj varioussectionsResolved That a copy of these reso lutions be furnished to our County p per and the Southern School Journal with the request to publish Fannie Smythe Minnie Kemp JV Dudley W J Craig ii 0 Taylor Committee fjJ A Tungsten Bulb will give you double the light you are getting and cost yo no more Sold by Russell Co McFarland who was here rland river Saturday uPo ffr011lCumb about crops said Corn o looking fine when you con knowtworms since the grain was planted that notIsown on the river but oats fine J not sogood There are a few good ca tie for sale in my neighborhood but hogs are scarce The cyclone that struck Metcalf county on July 27th did a great deal ift damage to timber Mr Jas H Kin nairdit is saidhad 8000 worth of tim i barntswarth clear through the county the entire loss estimated at 25000 or 30 000 r IThereis a freak of nature at ther home of Mr J T Goodman this place A few weeks ago Mrs Goodmans fat h 6 herFone foot has three hoofs and in wa J wing three distinct tracks are made IMr R L Campbell delivered hi lec ture EnthulliSlJbeforea largg lntxlince at J lHIItowp last Thursday ar r pt1lfe eCtMIe 1 wlHectlef Ii l0 I After Thirty Years Mr Sam C Selby who was born and reared in Russell county a son of the late Green B Selby and who left the parental roof thirty Years ago last Wednesday is back on a visit arriving on the thirtieth anniversary of his departure Jn talking with The News man he said lam back to visit my Mother sisters and brother and dont fail to capitalize Mother as in all com- Position the most important words should begin with a capital j am pleased to return to my old home meet and mingle with those I love and whom I have not seen for so many years Mr Selby lives at San Antonio Texas dealer in real estate and will be in Russell county about sixty days and during the time of his stay he wants to meet all his boyhood friends Like aU the Selby family he is a man of and is very entertaining WANT A FARM A Home in Town See G P imythe The Real Estate Man More than 60 good farms for sale in Adair County from the best to the cheapest Located in all parts of the County No trouble about pleasing you Almost everything listed that is for sale Dont buy till you see my list villagesloftiful homes located on almost every street and avenue Some very elegant ones Some bargains Prices ranging from 200 to 6000 Call arid see my listIf you have property for sale list it It costs nothing to list 1 come in touch ith all the buyers I am assisted by hustling business men located in differ ant parts of the county We can sell your property for you If you wish to buy or sell dont worry Jbut see G P Smythe office in Garnett Building Columbia Ky 40 tftTue day week the Fair opens at Columbia Our information is that it will be largely attended not only by Adair county people but all adjoining coun ties will send large delegations An in teiesting time is guaranteed to all who may attend Come and see the fine horses the thoroughbred cattle sheep and hogs and hear Werhleys famous band discourse most enchanting music The old folks are invited the young beaux and their lasses in fact eye body for four days of delightful pleas ure awaits thegreat throng that will Te in attendance The best sewing machine made is The Free we sell them also cheaper machines Russell Co 402t We learn from the Louisville market that grass cattle are coming to the city freely and they are selling anything but satisfactory to the shipper Such cattle have been declining with the market regularly ever since the firstl hotatom has been touched yet The reason so many shippers are losing money on this class of cattle is that they simply dont know how much the market has declinednot only this market but every market in the country For SaleA nice year old Peacock MurrahtKy Mr Geo R Akin of Sparksville was reportedn a e stated that the bolt struck a telephone wire on the Rock Lick line almost literally burned it up for a distance of- qWO hundred and fifty yards Only a few pieces of the wire were found and inchets e not damaged in the least He also re Jrtedthat the farmers in his locality iseoff t wholeFtbJulgrowing no complaining believing that the Fath e above sends the rain and the sunshine in His own good time and that he knows the needs of the people SocietyinWaggenIrofthisplace Quite a number of physicians were andlkpIf p rs were n otronly to the profession but also tothe layity Bar in mind that Werhle g notedJ brafi band of louivillefnW1uWRjlijfIIcttC aJr fHr 9 r if 1t 1 4 The Institute Ihe Adair County Teachers Institutes held ia Columbia beginning Mon day morning August 1st continuing to Aug 5th 1910 with Prof Alexander and Prof W J Craig of Bowling Green instructors Prof J V Dudley took charge of the music with Miss Laura Smith organist Mrs J W Walker Secretary with Miss Estelle Willis assistant Secretary The institute was one of the most interesting ever held in Adair county the instructors being ready at all times to interest the teachers and visitors with discussions or addresses We would especially mention the lecture given Wednesday evening by Prof Alexander on Values and Thursday evening by Prof Craig on Education both of which measured up to the highest standard and were very much enjoyed by all J presentThese instructors are teachers in the Western State Normal School and this county feels that they have done much in the way of educating her sons and daughters in the last few years We- aveh had but few men in our midst who workedwith more determination in tryI highIerpie of Adair county should appreciate their untiring efforts in trying to im press upon the teachers of this county the responsibility of the childs wasted time during the six months whether in school or out of school Prof J S Dickey of Bowling Green was with the teachers for a day or twin o the interest of his school making some very touching talks and Mr J Tandy Ellis delighted the audience with a few very select readings which were enjoyed very much A great treat for the institute was the cold ice lemonade made in the WhICh1was Hindman put forth every effort to make the institute a pleasant as well as prof itable one for the teachers of Adair county May success always attend efforts so well The contest be- ween the teachers of Adair county on the following subjects werewon by the following Penmanship Miss Estelle Willis Spelling Ben Jeffries A Teacher r Have received new stock mid suln mer styles in shirts ties hosiery soft collars suspenders beltsc Russell Co 402t ofrYa new paper just started at Campbells vile It is edited by MrJP Cozder and the business department is managed by Mr C B Buchanan It is a seven column four page sheet the first issue showing that the men at the bellows understand their business The editor ial and local matter is well written and the advertisements artistically set InII other words it is an all round neat per We enter it Upon our exchange list trusting that it will meet with success For Sale Two valuable residences near th CoIlumbiaonerooms Houses new and on good size lotsterms resonable Apply to WW Bradshaw Chairman Committee 40 2t Rev J R Crawford gave notice his o congregation at Union Presbyteria- church n on last Sabbath that he had s cured the Evangelistic services of Dr conductjato begin the last of theP resent month Dr Holmes is avery able Evangelist having been most successful in his la bors in his chosen field Effort is being made to secure an efficient leader for music No effort will be spared tog ve to the community a widespread revival that will leave permanent resuItsf the Kingdon of Christ Every Little Helps That is why a man gets excited a goes upon his property when you chewrer an no m mediate prospect of a sale Moral Buy through the Real Estate man He don t prize you 402t Fogies are people who stand in the anYsell your property through the Real E tate man He is a lawyer who can ex legalformIn all up to date count ie real estate transfers are made through Agent The pbple of Adair county are catch lg Oil 2t Bore tijifoi George O A t7a aktrt fj 3 I t Notice At the regular meeting of the Board of Trussees of the town of Columbia Ky at its regular meeting place over the News Office at or about 8 oclock p mn 1st Monday night September 1910 the Board of Trustees of the Town of Columbia Ky will receive bids for the construction of concrete sidewalks and crossings in front of the property now occupied by Carl Strange and a crossing in front of the property occu pied by J V White and a crossing at the lane of W H Walker and the crossing in front of the proper ty occupied by E H Hughes and a sidewalk in front of the property occupied by Bill Hindman ncwn as the Dr Menzies property and in front of the property occupied by Jim Willis known as the Paul Waggener property on the southeast side of Market Burk esville street and the crossing at the jropertyline between W T McFar lands and J W Coy and a crossing at the property line of the property occupied by the widow Jeffries and T R Stults and a crossing into the property occupied by the widow Johnson and a crossing into the property occupied by M Cravens and a crossing into the property occupied by Rollin Hurt and a crossing into the property occupied by H C Baker and a crossing into the property occupied by Sam Lewis anda crossing into the property occupied by Art Walker on the northwest side of Market Burkesville street And on the South east side of the Market street along side the Citizens Bank as the property of Jas L Bage and on the same side of said street at the private crossing of said Page between the Christian Church and the lot of Jas Garnett And on the Northeast side of Main Jamestown street in front of the property occupied by P V Grissom and in front of the property or blacksmith shop of John Eubank and the crossing of J G Eubank and in front of the blacksmith shop of Sam Eubank and in front of the property occupied by W H Wilson on said street and m front of the property oc cupied by Jim Russell and in front o tho property occupied by Rev Flavius Barger and the property occupied by Sam Eubank where concrete walks and crossings have not been construct edor the 20 pen cent paid Andjoathe soUthw ifr Side of said street at the crossing of Charley Trip 1flard lett and at the cr Bal1fTriplet and Frank Sinclair and across the street between the Misses Sinclair and GT Herriford and at the cross ing between the property of Finis Ros enbaum and J A English And on the Southwest side of West- Main Greensburg street in front o the property of Mrs Lena Paull and in front of the property of J F Mont gomery and in front ofvthe property of vacant lot of Mrs Bettie W Butler and in front of the property of 1 N Coffey and in front of the property o J F Patteson and in front of the property of Gordon Montgomery and in front of the property of George F Stults And on the Northeast side of said West Main St alongside the Colu Hotel and the crossing between W HeA property of John W Flowers and in front of the property occupied by Dr C M Rus sell and in front of the property occu pied by Will Smith and in front of the property or lot upon which George Flowers is erecting a residence and in front of the property occupied by N H Moss and in front of the property occu fronteof the property occupied by Lee Grisso occuAiecgd on a m furnished by the town Atty and accompanied by a bond in the sum 100 conditioned to build said walk specificaItions satOwork bid for and to complete dam within twenty days if declared the to est and best bidder if weather condi tions do not prevent handsndtees after the Board has been called order which shall be opened by him in presence of the Board After the completion of said work and acceptan thereof the contractor will begiyena lien upon said property fronting the warnsitnt ditem pay for said work to Aug 2 1810 Board of Trustees Attest Jl G Eubank Clerk Reduced prteea frail jars at k lIZ Ct 402t tJ tfix 1dtrE cLiaa ufaddiDc atrah aeatre CravensriMi Me e a1a ti t1rJr10krireitlP h I 0 h1 Married While Seated in a Buggy Last Wednesday afternoon about 1 oclock Mr Brent Marcum and Miss Effie Smith both of Wayne county arrived in Colnmbia ina buggy They drove to the courthouse door Mr Mar- cum alighting He entered the county clerks office procured marriage censes returned to the buggy and seated himself by the side of Miss Smith Judge N H Moss was notified to appear and say the ceremony which he did in a few wellchosen words The couple immediately left on their return to Wayne county Ladies silk hose 50c mens silk socks 50c at Russell Co 402t Will Clean up Cemetery Owing to the great press in farm work only a few persnos were able to attend the neighborhood gathering at the Union Church Cemetery on last Saturday The work was not completed as palnned So it has been agreed upon to meet again next Saturday August 13 and complete the work in a satisfactory manner Everybody interested with their friends are invited to be present and take part in beautifying the communitys little city of the dead The work is to begin at 9 a m next Saturday Dinner to be served on grounds Clearance Sale In order to make room for fall good- and clean up my stock I have decide to make the following low prices fo for the next 30 days Ladies and mens slippers 400 value at 2 9 350 value at 224 325 value at 219 225 value at i4 200 at 139 150I at 100 135 at 98 Dress Goods All summer dress regufrular price Clothing 1500 suitsf 4at 9 98 at1250H 848 1000 cc X at648 800 c Vr at 52 600at 39 500at 300 Other goods at right prices Special for Saturday August 13th 2000 yards embroidery and insertinga worth from 5 to 10 cts per yard at 2 cents per yard Not over 50 yards tyanyone customer It is better to dft Lights On tlt TThenighfn turned on The proprietors of the plant have put in new machinery and every thing connected with the enterprise i much better than it has ever been The plant as our readers understand hs toWarcs ed in which it is installed More r was badly needed and that deficien having been supplied we confidenly believe that firstclass service will no be rendered People who are not taking lights should at once have their dwelling and business houses wired Farm For Sale knownm as farm at Montpelier this county It contains about 190 acr well improved good dwelling all ne essary outbuildings well watered ex cellent orchard about 20 acres of fi ailoone business in ygdividedd roead mw two farms Neighborhood unexcelled Good church and school near Will sell at a bargain and can give Coffeyso y The institute was a success The lec tures were very entertaining one each metah s h prove very helpful Profs Alexander r Dickey and Craig are all men of lea rnloting and know how to impart ledgeL A few fine straw has to close out X40S2t Half ha land itaJrultfrombuiland from 3ora itkl4lI rry1Jifij out kirinc the rMi itatr KitiQ leek tti the title said sit tiptm igal foriri lga ftrom the A tItLaohat a1 Open Air Meeting Sunday Afternoon The open air preaching services con beingsplendidlythem grows The service next Sunday will be on the lawn of the Russell home EverybodyWe have the largest stock of shoes in South Central Kentuckybought direct from manufacturers Now receiving fall styles Russell Co 402t GOOD FARM FOR SALE Near Campbellsville Kentucky CampbellsviUeKyon 2 good barns 38x50 feet 2 log barnsr grainry hog house and all necessary outbuildings 12 acres sown to clover this spring 10 acres of timothy meadow 20 acres of timber goodorchard 3room tenant house smoke honse springsTland lays level This farm is going at a bargain Call on or Address Frank Bowles R F D 2 Campbellsville Ky Owing to the absence of the Chairman Rev Z T Williams and the fail ure of the Program Committee to pro masssafter heldrThe LindseyWilson Training School 8will open Monday September 5 Read the ad elsewhere in this paper and make up your mind to start your child f 8ran the first day To Tobacco Growers sThe following dispatch received last Saturday exp ains itself Lexington Ky Aug 5th 1910 Jo E Johnson Columbia Ky Pool every acre possible and wire or write us on the 15th the total acres pooled in your county The cocietyj 9Clarence Lebus Pres Fifteen years experience in the Bug exclusivelyqualifiesBob KyHeou know he makes the prices to the trade that makes his competitors won er how he does it- Tobacco ProsPectS t Mr Joe E Johnson made avery en lasttBurleyTobacco ofscounty and much interest is now aroused since the question has been put before them Thetcooper yearcyyearwever confronted the movement A new line of Rugs 9 by 12 feet J4i 50 to 1959 Matting rugs 9x12 feet 300 at Russell Co 402t I have a blacksmith shop at Ozark for rent Come and see ReynoldscMrs A D Patteson who accidental hdlancet used last Wednesday and since patenebe wellI My son Olie Dixon has left home without my consent He is sixteen years old I warn any one who hires him V H C Dixon i MrJ Tandy Ellis of Lexington who is a scholarly gentleman and a public readerjof note entertained the institute with two or three selections last Friday morning The work on Mr Hugh Richardsons residence which is being erected on a closeto his livery isj rpgressing very nicelyHe hopes toebe able to get in it in a few weeks MrV Shaw is r the contractor lThe South rnKAmosem nt Company i JingA etc It will ibe wroth Jeinc JVSW tbxB Buanan aistIE wantthan oUV7 othcr t 4 7 pe l = t r Ii t 7iI J Li r i XfV i iil iiis f 1 t y- t 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS rr t r 1 r Now You Have Hr fi 1l3c Owensboro Messenger f The colonel desires the newspapers to make it clear that he r wants to see both sides regu iars insurgents mug umps vblackand tan lily whites stal warts and half breeds He doesnt l t use all those words but as he de r Glares that he wants to see all classes of men and politicians it may be well to classify them And having made that announce ment the colonel further srid When I returned from Eu rope the insurgents had cold fee because my first four visitors were what are classed as regulars being Senator Lodge Secre tary Wilson Secretary Meyer and Representative Longworth I had the same experience in the White House Whenever pont Morgan called on me theyI said I had sold out to Wall s and when Compers came they said I was going to hoist the red flag I had no intention of doing either And then he addedHI want to see Democrats also There you have it In ancient time all y roads led to Rome In modern days all roads lead to Sagamore Hill and woe unto him who will not take it That is to say woe unto all Republicans no matter whether stalwarts halfbreeds lily whites black and tan regulars mugwumps or insurgents As for the Democrats whom the colonel wishes to see undoubted ly they would be glad to shake the hand of the lion and king and kaiser tamer but in other matters the Democrats of the land prefer to take their instruc tions from the people and not from one who has his own party so tamed that it not only comes up and eats out of his hand but wouldnt dare to eat out of its own hand without the permission of the colonel of Sagmore Hill Presidents secretaries judges governors senators represents tives officials high and officials lowall turn their eyes on walking toward Sagamore Hill while the president sits on the wide porch at Beverly and none but Ballinger visits him for consola tory purposes It is the greatest moving picture show of them all The Rupublican party has come to mighty low estate when it hasI t to take orders from one who after all is the greatest straddl thermeantime the Man in the Chair at Beverly knows and feels that 2 the colonel of Sagamore Hill isI keeping a weather eye on 1912 arid an inauguration of another than FH T in 1913 He is right about it toothe next man inaugurated will be a Democrat though the colonel thinks other wise Pull Together t THe best way to build up a city is for each and every man in it not to strive to rend and tear down When ever a man in- J the town is doing well dont tear I him down All the residents of j a town are partners not oppo nents In all likelihood the more businessjldne by your xiy tYthe more you will do Every C gentleman who treats his cus f ittamer honestly courteously and q fairly will get his share and the more business that can be secured fj Jfejr united efforft the better it iJvill be for alL When a town t Sf ieaeef to grow it commences to rife ate and the more people to try X1lf i t3ty kill off each other in them t bush ness and good lame the more rapidly will utter ruin come to all Stand together for advance mentof citizen If a man shows ability to prosper do not pull him back with jealously or weigh him down with cold indifference Lancaster Record u Cleanliness in the Printing House You know the old proverb Cleanliness is next to godli ness You appreciate cleanli yourta or any place of social gatherings You recall how dirt and untidiness seem to jar and throw every thing out of tune and into dis order Even dogs abhor washday and house cleaning when everything is upset and dis arranged Well the workmanI consciously or Unconsc affected in the same way by dirty or littered workrooms Where all is in disorder the most careful workman is affected by his sur roundings and will gradually yield to tne force environment and become less neat orderly and careful This is the worst effect of a dirty workroom worse than the soiling of work because the work is not only soiled after but soiled in the execution since a highgrade standard can not be maintained im such surroundings for psy chological reasons There are forceIfulthan any depressing environ ments but the poor average creature is not Oldest People in the World One of the most interesting ex positions of the year is the Japa neseBritish Exposition being held at Shepherds Bush near London Japanese landscape gardeners h a v e turned large tracts into flower gardens dotted with quaint Japanese houses and there is a magnificent exhibit of the arts crafts and industries of Japan A party of Ainu 3 the people often called the oldest race tn the world who live in the northern part of Japan are attracting much attention There are but few of them left though- at one time they doubtless held a great part of Japan It is thought that they will soon be extinct It will be noticed that their faces bear but little resem blance to those of the Japanese The Ainus are sometimes compared to the American Indians both having held full sway over a country for centuries only to be driven into a small part of their former territory bya strong and progressive race The stronger and victorious races have often been unjust oppres save and murderous in spirit and action as the white man was against thered man here Strange to say the aborigines of almost all lands when they are strongerI bUlletfI Staggers Skeptics That a clean nice fragrant compound like Bucklens Arnica Salve will in aldIt great cure prove its a wondwful healer of the worst sores ulcers boil felr bns eczema skin a tal a180 chpp d handy Apr corns Try itcat ulhdrpJ rv ik 1f i i Kentucky Pair Datest S The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1910 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or correction of dates Berea August 43 days Danville August 33 days Lexington August 86 days Russell Springs Aug 94days Taylorsville August 94 days Uniontown August 95 days Harrodsburg August 94 days Vanceburg August 104daysI Burkesville August 164 days daysjiShepherdsviHe Brodhead Aug 173 days Ewing August 174 days London August 234 days Shelbyville August 234 days lColumbiaLiberty Aug 243 days 3 days 1ErlangerBardstown Aug 304 days Frankfort Aug 304 days Nicholasville Aug 303 days Fern Creek Aug 304 days Hardenburg Aug 303 days Barboursville Aug 313 days Florence Sept 13 Hodgenville Sept 6 daysI Monticello Sept 6 Glasgow Sept 284 days Kentucky State Fair Louis ville Sept 126 days Paris Sept 65 days TriCounty Fair Sanders Sept 74 days Mayfield Sept 74 days Horse Cave Sept 2I4 days Falmouth Sept 284 days Henderson uly 265 days tI RocRfeller Gives Advice to Boys Mr Rockfeller was asked to give his views on the oldtime topic of Chances for Ambitious Boys The multimillionaire ex ponent of golf held up a depre cating hand that he had already discussed that subject but after some persuasion he resumed his discourseBusiness and financial conditions today offer opportunities for bright ambitious and ener Ifopportunities am glad there are no prescribed rules that could allow every boy to become millionaires A great sortune has its duties and it im poses a burden The ordinary man and woman does not realize the moral and business damage that can be done by wealth in the hands of an irresponsible personConditions are made by those who live under them If the young men of today complain they have no one to blame but themselves But there is no cause for complaint The young man Who attends to his spiritual duties who accounts for every penny he earns and spends who works hard and who takes advantage of every opportunity that presents itself is bound to get along There are riorules which I could give you which would enable every young man to become a millionaire However the boy who would succeed should not be continuous lly finding faults with his position and his employers He should be economical and keep account of the pennies hejspends as well as the dollars he should attend hischurchand Sunday School regularly for that will keep his mind cleir and keep ihirrtout of badC Il1Iniona ip he must not amoke nor drink nor con tiny yiiJof VSyk t J CSa other habits hichruinthe health and diminish the purse Religion and education are coming to play a more important part in our business and social life than formerly We have passed through an eta which might be termed the awakening Let the young men select the work which is the most con genial but let it be something clean and honorable let them forget riches and set aI worthier goal than money Aim at the goal of perfection in spiritual ThatsitTribute of Respect J R England was born Au gust the 31 1844 aged sixtyfive years eleven months and 28 days He departed from this life July the 28 1910 He professed faith in Christ at about the age of seventeen and has ever lived a Christian life He was confined to his bed ten weeks Oh how much he suffered no tongue can greatIwas toIwas ready to go but oh it is so hard to part with our best friends but let us not weep and mourn as those that have no hope far we know that papa is at rest He is done with his trials and troubles in this life he has gone to Jesus to live with him He cant come back to us but we can go to him if we fol low in his footsteps He was a kind husband and a loving fath er He always spoke kind to everybody All who knew him loved him- Funeral services were heldat Antioch church by brother Payne His remains were laid te rest in the family grave yard Heleaves- a wife ten children two brothers and a host of relatives and friends to mourn his lost A precious one from us is gone a voice we loved is still a vacant place in our home whichcan never be filled Written by his loving daughter Etta Hayes Killed by Own Revolver The Coroners jury impannel ed to inquire into the death of Ira G Rawn late president of the Monon railroad returned an open verdict but found that he died from a shot fired from his own weapon by his own hand The verdict is as follows We the jurors sworn on oath to inquire into the death of Ira G Rawn at his home in Win netka on July 20 find that he came to his death at 129 oclock on the morning of July 2Q from shockand hemorrhages caused by a bulkt from his own re volver fir dby his own hand but whether this was accidental or with suicidal intent this jury is unable to determine except that the location of the wound and the type of revolver render the accident theory less proba ble r The verdict was so worded as to show that Mr Rawn was be lieved by the juror to have been responsible for his own death but the question of suicide or ac cident was left to be fought out by the family and they Insurance com ra1phours deliberation toreachl finding i1 rtAyt l j f T Kentucky Wool The firm of J M Sabel Sons Louisville are now busily engaged in receiving tbe numer ous Wools that have been pooled throughout the State and which they purchased from the differ ent organizations Mr Daniel reports that the wool is of ex ceptionally good quality this sea son and is proving satisfactory He states that in a number of counties he could not help but notice the marked improvement in the wool indicating the in troduction of improved strains of bucks all of whichundoubtedly means that the farmers are seeing the wisdom of renewing and bringing up their flocks by im proved breeding He reports a decided improvement in the wools of Pendleton county which he thinks is largely due to imported high grade bucks brought into ApIplegatethe right spirit and every sheep owner should do likewise The sheep industry of Ken tucky needs building up and it can only be done by the intro duction of the right stock Bour bon Stock Journal Personal Cleanliness Right now is the time to begin the bath habit A plunge into water of the proper temperature or even a good sponging of the body from a hand basin is a positive luxury during the hot months and once the habit is formed it will be hard to will ingly give it up For cleansing purposes the tepid or warm bath with plenty of soap and water is the best and this may be taken just before retiring or any time during the afternoon The warm bath being 90 and 98 degrees should be taken at night to re move the soil and perspiration of the day and where it can be borne a sponging off with cool or cold water is to be commended A good friction should fol low with a Turkish towel or Turkish both mits If one could have a half hours massage after thebath it would do a great deal ofgoodA bath reahing from 98 to 100 degrees upward should be taken only under the direction of a physician as it is weakening If you have no bath tub there are many ways of overcoming the difficulty through using the laundry tub or even the hand basin The cool or cold bath is stimulating and strengthening but many delicate persons can not stand the cold bath as reac tion does not follow readily One can however accustom them selves to the cold bath by grad ually reducing the temperature of the water Begin with the tepid temperature gradually low ering the temperature u llYQP1 eItoJ1 atelyon getting upi the morn ing before you have e thing following the rapid spongJ ing off of the body with friction by means of a coarse towel1or a nervous person or one suffer ing from disordered nervous sys ten the cold bath isv ot untold value f The Cattle Market f Grass cattle are running freely to aU markets JWf particularly the Wetern markets Jo c i0t r tg+ f t count of the drought and the season is at hand when the ship per should be extremely conservative declines are not only proba ble but are pretty apt to come every week and if you dont get under the log you will be pretty certain to get caught with a bunch of cattle on hand that cost you more in the country than you can realize for them on any mar ket in the country There seems to be very few prime finished countryItributary to this market so whether the goodcattle hold steady or not will have buif little effect upon the generalrun of our shippers but it will be a pretty safe gamble that the medium and common kinds of cat tIe grassy half fat steers cowst and heifers will show a very material decline between now and the middle or last of September and we reiterate be conservative and buy them worth the change or let the owners take a shot at shipping w 77 Pell ton The crops in this sectionatof country are looking well ZrMrs Lucy Jasper of MintoIville is visiting the family of Mr JJ Coffey this week Mrs Susie Hill and little son Otho of La Follette Tenn are spending the summer with relatives at this place Mr J M Campbell who is i a traveling salesman for the Cumberland Grocery Co spent last Sunday at home andreports that he is having a fine trade The school at this place is progressing nicely with MissEm ma Overstreet as teacher Miss Mattie Evans who livesk 1 near Edith is very sick witJi- typhoid l fever Rosa the little daughter of Mr C M Cooper fell last Sat urday and hurt her arm very badly Mr Solomon Turpen of Columbia visited Mr Walker Ab sher this week Rev W P Wilkerson is conducting a protracted meeting near Mr Walker Abshers this week Grover Corneal fell from a wagon last Friday and dislocated one of his arms T 0 Morton was at Camp bellsville last Saturday Mrs Pearl Hardin and children of Campbellsville are visiting relatives here this week Mr D K Pelley sold JyH Sanders one threeyearold mare foi 200 Mr J W Henson bought a pair of twoyearold mulesfni G A Absher for 225 45 Messrs D 0 Pelley and GL Perryman were in Columbia they first of the week Taft Cancels FaH Dates1 v racticallsxcanceled his fall speaking datesrr The only important one left open is that scheduled for St Paul at the session of the Conservation Congress and the President y not fill this Press of executive 4business is given as the cause It was announced atBeverlythat the President had secured Seritjgkr tor Dranes consent to VIsit the k West and mike a report on pout ical conditions to him It is be lieved the President deiiriNs to keep out of the campail1l11JleW- i11t Panamarin S bar t bf 0 i J I dt r 1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSf t 3- t VL N Time Card Ia eMonday Dec 31 1908 SOUTHBOUND Ly LOUISVILLE ALLE NoN No27 7OO am 942am Noc3i15am 1004- amNe795A5pm 740pm No 21800pm 1000Dm No93Y 630 pm 900pin NORTH BOUND TRAIN Lv LEBANON An LOUISVILLE o 24548 am 750 am 078 7iS2am lOdSam 028I 430pm 655 pm If022 628 pm 815 pm 20 92732 am 1015am wNos 92 and 93are Sunday trains on- lyHOTIIWILMORE W W CUIbfllORB Prop P FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rat- esGEftDYIHLLe KY IS D CrenshawI 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 ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables LOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILLE STREETIE Res Phone 29 Office Phone 401 Dr James Triplet Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Br S Dunbav Dentist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3ICOLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone AttoneyAtLaw CJ Will pradlice in ti this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky DR M E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia Kentucky Special attention given to Dentistry Dis Ieases oCltho Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all BrutesIcopk hotel H IThe Idair County v v TTTNews J I t 1 AndI Eu tOurierJoai One ii 5 Year For xpJI5i i- r L f1tt t o- i If Columbia District Fourth Round Manrisville Marinsville Aug 2021 Campbellsville Sta Aug 21 22 Columbia and Tabor Tabor Aug2728 Cane Valley MilltownAug 2829 Spurlngtonand Early Union Ridge Sept 34 West Tompkinsville Sept 10 11 Temple Hill Sept 13141- Tompkinsville Sept 1718 Gradyville Pleasant Ridge Sept 2425 T L Hulse P E s1 Held Meeting in Graveyard In a graveyard Miss Inez Mil holland Vassar graduate suffragette friend of the working girl amateur actress and champion female shotputter exec t- ed her first and one of her cleverest strokes in her campaign of Votes for Women It was during her days at Vassar college Miss Milhollin on behalf of a band of enthusi astic suffragettes enrolled froDr the students had invited several prominent leaders of the cause to address a mass meeting on the college campus The news of the approaching event reach ed the ears of the faculty and President Taylorispued a string ent edict forbidding the gathering Miss Milholland was not daunted however A short dis tance from the college grounds vas a graveyard Collecting her forces she movod into the ceme tery and the speeches were de livered among the tombstones From an article in The World ToDay Struck a Rich Mine- S W Bends of Coal City Ala says he struck a perfect mine of health in theyIafter 12 years of suffering They are ithe best pills on earth for Constipation Malaria Headache Dyspepsia Debili ty 25c at Paull Drug Co Harvest Hands IWomen Many hundreds of women as sisted gathering the harvest around Beatrice Neb They were lured to the fields by the offer of board and three dollars aday A farmer went out into Beatrice looking for farm hands Loungers in the town refused to work and the farmer had to face the possibility of losing part o his crop He went into a restaurant and when waiting to be served was struck with the idea of bidding for the waitresses for harvesters He offered them 3 a day and every waitress threw aside her apron and went to the farm They did such efficient work that other far D1ers sought women and they drew school te chersstenographer ana college girls as well I f Farm Notes Nothing improves the soil more rapidly than clover asfa hog pasture Shoats can be turned oh rape or closer pasture without grain At any rate do not forget the shade for pigs and when you are setting itp tinat least few hearty apple trees just out side ofthe1ence and see it they surprise you afew years whence We are glad to see among growers of swine more iicre tin hog lots sown to rape etch year Itiit grMt ieed and if this smell kept out of ii our 1 Jr ing the wet mornings there is no danger of any trouble from hogs grazing this ration The man who takes pride in his flock saves theIChoice ewe lambs and culls out and gets rid bIeIeYesmaybe There is no better way to buildup a flock and keepitup to a high standard Get rid of everything that will attract and breed flies about the house and dairy The oldfash ioned custom of keeping a festering swill barrel just outside the responsibledoctors visits to say nothing of the everpresent stench and swarm of flies The gadfly is the greatest source of worry to the flock The constant buzzing of the fly around the sheeps head will stampede any flock This fly deposits grubs in the animals nosewhich work upward into the nasal cavi enduranceiTar nose will prevent the fly from depositing these grubs put in addition to this good shade should be provided How Authors Wrote Alexander Pope who was the literary pontiff of his time thought best when in bed When ever a thought came to him he would jot it down on a scrap of paper His servant often found bedclothes and floor covered with white bits containing aphorisms which have now become hack neyed quotations Victor Hugo wrote Les Miser ables standing upan attitude which Hawthorne also assumed when he wrote many of his ro mancesOne thrown over the arm of a chair or the arm of his sec retarys chair were Napoleons favorite positions while dictatin to Boorrienne a position which he varied now and then by pat ting that scribe on the head o pulling his ears Sir Walter Scott could while reclining on a lounge dictate this o amanuenisis who frequently had to stop witing so funny the dictated passages seemed to them irefquently noon taking draughts of strong coffee when drowsiness attacked him and thus shortening his life by many years no doubt William Morris made one o his famous translations from the Greek while riding on the steam cars Walt Whitman and Horace Traubel original in all things were most original in the posi tion they took while thinking They were wont so Mr Traubel says to climb upon a pile of lum ber and lie down upon their backs In that way each found out what the others best thoughts wereExo Life on Panama Canal Has had one frightful drawback ma aria trouble that hss brought suffering and death to thousands Tho germ biliousneasajaundice lassitude weakness and gene ral debility But Electric Bitters neyei fail to destroy them and cure malaria troubles Three bottt B tomAkteI cured meof at very sY re attack of malaria writes Wm A FretwellYo t llQM1MM Kidn y TrouBlM aid Pr8yIDtTy r 4C Pat Dr r ilf1k fSuuffoWer Philosophy You often read of wifemade men Ever know one personally Nearly every mail wears his straw hats andyellpw shoes too long 1A sour man may make a living but a polite man may make a fortuneWhat has become of the goodI oldfashioned child who always wanted to be at home by dark The greatest man is common enough Every man has a great idea he never carries out Most men are very vain about their worthlessness they think people are always talking about it- When you hear that a man talks mean about you do you consider the source or do you go to him about it It is pretty difficult to convince an oldfashion person that good behavior is possible without going to ehurch A woman believes she has great faith in her husband if she watches and doesnt see anything Prayers are allright but you shouldnt expect them to be able to deliver a cold wave in July and AugustEver think serious of the fact that some day you must die Do you not think that you are such a favorite a new rule will be made in your case If burst head hurts others as much as it hurts me there would be less beer drinking and no whisky drinkingt Parson Twine CbarietYb at home but many a woman can tell you that it doesnt get muchof a start so far as her husband is concerned accurategcount says of ten men you meet eight will say something ofrten women will say something agreeable A man who believes that for tunes are made by trickery in stead of by ability and industry will never make one for she reason that he goes about it in the wrong wayAtchison Kan Globe If a woman really loves her husband she will fan him these h nights But it isnt as much trouble for a woman to use a fan- she can go to sleep and keep a fan going Every candidate thinks he ha a great many friend who would be glad to do him a favor Thats the reason he is a candidate and the friendship asset is always overestimated Bids Ills Glr1 Wife Goo Bye Matt Bond the nineteenyear old son of J L Bond a well known stock trader of Lawrence burg and nepihew of Dr Ra- Crossfield president of Transyl l vania University Lexington committed suicide by shooting himself tthrough the head with a 32caliber pistol Young Bond whO was a clerk in the day oods Corwas married to nche QYlin the pretty fifteeri year dauhter of AJ ISfawlin 61 r1r some fifteenmonths aaonl batlfifer became estranged five or six montbg ago afld Bptnted fjti1 XSSXS giQ oSXSo ooocooc o cx 1J I SUmmer Clearance Sale r i Following our usual policy to rid our stock of g discontinued patterns shortJots odds and ends Q we have inaugurated our s Summer Clearance SaleIiIf you visit Louisville get acquainted with our cut prices on I Carpets Rugs and Drapery Jimeans a substantial saving to You in everyt IIt instance r Hubbuch Bros WellendOrffI I 522 524 W Market k Louisville Li KntuckyJtxx oe ooe o Qiie i FRANK CORCORANi HighGrade Marble 9 Granite Cemetery work of all kind t V i Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and V adjoining counties Main Street Lebanon Ky0 t f+ On Monday Mrs Bond who had been making her home with her parents went to Lawrenceburg to visit thefamily of W A Gort ney In the evening she and her husband drove from Law renceburg to Tyrone and return ed about 11 oclock When they arrived at the home of Mr Gortney Bond got out of the buggy and told his wife good bye three times and at the time telling her that it would be the last time Then he went to the rear of the vehicle where he shot himself dying at once Mrs Bond was almost prostrated with grief She states that she and her husband had arranged to go to housekeeping The news of the tragedy was a severe shock to the citizens as Mr Bond was in his usual good spirits at his work Monday although he had shown the pistol which was a new one to some of his fellow clerks remarking that it was a dandy Mr Bond formerly lived near McAfee this county Harrodsburg Herald Free Remedy For Weak Bowels bodilyCleanliness inSyour health Both are important but of vastly more importance in the long run is the internal cleanliness watchdbowels Keep them cle n and free from obstructions To do this you must have one or two movements of the bowels systemdoesof eating and drinking then you must obtain aid of some kind After finding out that cathartics salts and such things upworse likeDrFor the skeptical the best way to be namoandadc1relistoDrUse Ita8 directed and if it convinces you that a brief continuance of Its use will relieve you permanently that It will toagainfiftycentsmany others are doing They began with fiftycentbott1eandnomerits they buy the one dollar thetamUYenu tonicwlllcheadacheaouryou Im continuous good 1thata theexPerlencetmanyFleener Unionville bid J F Daniel tUtoouldbeto pieasedto teithebIJetterandh s r sample ly cJ1am and aFors- It JaDrW1Ca14wIrril tiY r IIyoo THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 191G BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS 500 A YEAR IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSAND THE LOUISV1LEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 45 L THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere pondents Has the best corps of corres Covers the Kentuckyfield per fectly y vt Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest markets reports y v DEMOCRATIC in oliticslmtr fair to everybody SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPT lION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPERnotshe Louisville Times Believing that such an exhiot Won is degrading in its influence County Judge J yPercy Scott ate x Lexington ordered the shdiymiii f with the deformed childj which f Be W exlaifeitmga a hummiv i i lvH monrosty arWCike his Jrand leave vfV I it i I1Ti q 1d THE ADAIE COUNTJ KEWb THE ADAIR GflU- Yi EWSI I iii Published Every Wednesday t 8Y THE l i Adair County News 1p t INCORPORATED lY1 t CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted tpJthQ in J terstotthc City of Columbia and thg people ef Adair and adjacent counties F1c Entered at the Columbia Postp ccasSc- ct ond class mall matter WED AUG 10 1910 FOR ATTORNEY GENERAl It affor us pleasure to make the statement that in due time Hon James Garnett of this city i will make his formal announce i m ent for the Democratic nomina tion for Attorney General While Mr Garnett permits us to give this information to the public at this time he does so largely to satisfy many of his friends who are exceedingly anxious and so licitous for him to enter the race Four years ago he was imporj tuned by Democrats throughout the State to announce for this office but his business relations at that time prevented Condi tions have now changed but be fore acceding to the desires of the many who have urged him r to enter the contest he sought to know the true sentiment of his party in this district and since he has the information from substantial Democrats int nearly every county in the Eleventh that his candidacy would be heartily received and supported he feels that fur ther delay would be an injustice to his friends So he said You may say to the Democrats through The News that I will ask for the Democratic nomina tion for Attorney General of this State and will at the proper time enter actively into the cam paign and meet the Democrats in every county and submit to them my claims i In presenting his name to the Democrats of Kentucky we feel that tingle of pri so common where known and unquestionableI tn ability and fitness are in evidence He was born and reared in Columbia a son of the late Judge James Garnett whose reputation as a lawyer jurist and Democrat was known and appreciated throughout the State He is now thirty eight years old and since he entered the practice of law has filled many positions of honor and last year was urgent ly solicited to make the race for Circuit Judge in this the 29th Judicial district He is a genial cultured gentleman a lawyer 1aprlnIciplingly loyal to its nomineesa Democrat in victorys Democrat v in defeat persistent and unflinching in service yet discreet and effective in meeting an opponent He possesses that fine sense of discretion and ability and training for deep legalcuestionswhich would not only make him a most J attractive party nominee but would insure commendable re suits as a State officiaL He will partybeil section of the State but hundreds of substan tial Republicans will vote for him becauseteykrtow his Yfortbas Ji a thegentleman an able lawyer- and an honest AAar tial official i c 0 a k x5 There dnottanjantm Sher party or who would add more strength to the ticket and no one better qualified to render able service to the State as Attorney General His nomination would give en couragement to the Democrats 11IWith an abiding faith in the judgment of Kentucky Democra cywe submit the above announc ment for due consideration and believe thatMr Garnetts friends will give him that active enthus iastic support necessary forj victory A VOICE FROM SWEET OWEN It is the second largest Demo f1Ththe good old county of Adair has been urged to become a candidate for Attorney General Mr Garnett is an old time Democrat and has a host of friends in Eastern Kentucky He has long been identified with the political interest of the State and also been a past Grand Master of the F A M lodge in the State He is an able man and makes friends extenIsiestrongcanIdidate The Prison Commission re fused last week to parole four noted convictsTom White Curt Jett Henry Youtsey and Judge iC E Booe Their crimes are fa miliar to every body Thirtyseven days until the Republican Congressional primary There is but little being done in this end of the district but warm times are reported from the eastern end Simple Episcopal services for Mr Carlisle were held in Washington His body will remain in a vault at the Capital of the na tion until fall then it will be re moved to Covington Ky for final interment Democratic Convention has Ibeen called for rhis district to meet in Somerset canIcUdateconventions Saturday September 17 Wendling charged with the murder of Alma Kellner has reached Louisville He was sweated all the way from San Francisco to the Falls City but he failed to confess He will be represented by good lawyers and he will be given a fair trial ilThe Independent Judiciary Tennessee defeated the 41000Iin ernor but his doom is cealed His methods do not please a large majority of the good citizenship of Tennessee and he will be badly defeated Former United States Senator James B McCreary of Madison county in a card announces his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Gloverenor He states that he has often been honoredlbYhis party and that he enters this contest because he has beenwarmly solicited from all sections of Kentucky Be i n g gratefurforpastfaY91I ne does not jtelieyfeltoat It would be right and Juet torefuse the Truest oj Lj rI I So many friends at this particular time Senator McCreary is one of the best known men in the State Fis record in Congress and in the United States Senate ismost commendable There is not a doubt but he will be a for midable candidate for Governor Hon L C Littrell of Owen county is a candidate for State Superintendent of Schools subject to the action of the Demo cratic party He is an educator wellknown over Kentucky and is a very elegant gentleman He the present Representative of Owen county in the lower branch of the Kentucky Legislatureand is the author of the bill pension ing Conderate soldiers which passed both Houses but was kill Gov Wilson Mr Littrell spent the better part of his years in school work and is well fitted for the position Secretary H A McKeene and his associate officers of the Illinois state farmers institute are making plans for the gathering of 10000 persons at Urbana on August 16 to 18 The occasion will be the midsummer meeting of the farmers institute and a visit to and study of methods employed in the state agricultural school will constitute one of the chief purposes of the meeting The objective points of visits will be the government agricultural experiment station fie 1 ds University buildings greenhouses laboratories barns and feed lots Samples of the annualexperiments will be shown in the course of the meeting and many speakers of note will attend Plans are making for the feeding of the multitude on the campusPromimenfi present and a most enjoyable and profitable time is guaranteed Mr Sam Mourning a former Adair county farmer is taking much interest in the coming meeting and he as well as other Kentuckians i1ld be glad to see in attendance some of the agriculturist from this section ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT- T A Murrell assignee PIffiL T NoticVL T Bradshaw c Deft All persons firms and corporations having claims against the estate of L Bradshaw Co assigned are hereby 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 of Ion and audit claim against the estate of L T Bradshaw Co assigned and all persons firms and corporation holding claims against said estate are noti fied to have same properly proven as required by law and file same with me between the said dates Done by order of court at its May Term 191ft referring said case to me as CommissidnerIw Com AC C Course in Agriculture The Western Kentucky State Normal School offers a practical course of study in Elementary Agriculture demonstration and actual work done on school farm Teachers will have an opportunity to prepare for teaching the subject Great opportunities offer ed young men who expect to make farming a life work Course begins Sept 61910Write for information Address HR Cherry President Bowling Green Ky- Free 892t Tuition The eligible persons are entitled to free tuition in the Western Kentucky State Normal SchooL The Fill Session begins September 6 1910 Write President H H Bowling Green Kyr for information 302t I wish to expreiie through the News my appreciation to the many customers in dair and Rusiell counties ftrtheir patr tLg buie8f9r theJ ten years I have ac cepted position with the S E Qw itea J CbV atRiMMll Spfc f K M manager of that rahel at Vv u P Russell Cots New Store Building v CoiuW ThiFaIrAg- ust234 V t J i Days i ie- c q t fJ t1 i YftJ An Attractive Premium List i f ib J EXCITI GRACES ANJ ir f i Sf 1w INTERESTING RINGS t Wt 1 O 0 r Weherley s V Band MiKi Quitj l t ville will make the Music r t J c L JI s UNDEHTAKERSWe To Furnish Undertakers Goods and Embalm Gall or Write Us THE BUGHANW LYOH cotl lneerperated- CAMPBELLSVILLE KENTUCKY all tiini be rar dy to pay the nigBiHit market price for poultry eggs wool feathers and all ijl of oountrfi produce Would ppr sate my old cua tOlDI11K me a call OjI wish to say for ti benefit of the trade that 1 am vtifrti r b t H i r i atl r t Give us a w Plea vo i j Table sU Plied With the Best the r1arIct Affords Mealss35c X l MjLLEN1HQUS1E2i i Ct i M D MILLEIf COProprs 4 td Railroad St one wareeast of L N Station tdr tLebanon KentuckyI r i irir hjpoultryandegg tinwdinc thbwin M5 dot fa tf t vi fear hd1i better preparedver tom compttiti and illsuitin XKL business at the same oW M1aswill as the new raneenij f tl ff n t S 3 TILE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 d r 10000000+ OOtCO tOoO OOOtC i J + 0+=tIJQ OOaOOOO OOOO0 +000- t 1 r 0A sAY O O t 0to 0o O J f I tO 0 We have the Greatest and most Complete Line of VEHICLES ever shown in our Repositories before While it is a fact conceeded b YI 0to all that we at all times carry a greater variety to select from j 0r 0f AND SELL MORE BUGGIES AND HARNESS 0 0tJi 0esght dealers combined in all this South Central Kentucky We are now in position to offer you Greater Bargains o than ever before i As was stated in this paper last week we have been veryfortunate in securing a fine lot of Strictly Up= to = date Jobs at 0o W 5JvvA V AN EXTREMELY LOW PRICE rC a From Manufacturers vI1hadbiii the work for dealers in the Flooded district who had canceled their rdersWiI q V decided v that 0 toa g you prices can T J you by any other Dealer In this section r v o 0i c 00 Tit 1t EBTi IEI4NANamINCORPORATED pbellsviny y 00 0 J JO0 0 000000O00000000000000000000000000000000000000000IG11ik s rrrmm- PERSONAL t x JMr O A Taylor is at home from B tlrIl3i desoJHon Luther Perryman spent institute Iiweek in Columbia Mr Ji Vigle Jamestown was here a few days ago Mrs Bettie Hutchison has been quite sick for several days Mr J D Grider Russell Springs was here last Friday Mr S A Noe Lebanon was in Co lumbia one day last week tMr M R Powell of near Russell Springs was here Friday f Messrs W R Lyon and Burr Gilpin were here a few slays ago Mr and Mrs Rollin Hurt spent last Sunday in Campbellsville Mr J L McLean spent a few dayst of last week in Campbellsville Mr Horace Hamilton visited his f home in Metcalfe county Sunday Mr A S Chewning is althe Russell Springs Fair with his string of horsesi Mrs Susie C Page of Cane Valley visited in Columbia a day or two of last weekMr W D King returned from Russell Springs Friday very much im proveddMiss S R Marcum started Sunday morning on her return trip to Rock Hill S C Messrs Walter and Eldridge Barger left for the Bowling Green Normal last Monday Mr Mlf Murrell who has been at Lebanon for several weeks has return ed to Columbia Miss Atibie Taylor of Nashville niece of Mrs J R Crawford is visiting in Columbia Miss Bertha Farris of Ellabelle Ga visited Misses Lillian and Ethel JackI man last week Mr C Winn Curd and wife ofBowl ing Green are visiting at the home of Dr C M Russell Mrs Allen Pile and severalxchildren of Paducah are visiting at the home of Mrs Elizabeth Pile Mrs W T McFarland and her returnedlMesdames Kate Smith and Lizzie Murrell returned from a visit to Illi nois several days ago Messrs R H Durham R K Young and Judge TA Murrell will attend the Russell Springs Pair this weekc Mrs Tina Wells Russell Springs who has been visiting Mrs J F Mont gomery returned home last Friday Misses Fannie and Emma Triplett who live near Absher visited their aunt and uncle in Columbia fast week htr James Garnett is on a business trip tpSalyerivilli5 McGoflfiri county He Dilireturn the latttr part of the weeki MM Walker Bryant and children arid i1T L o rII Miss Ellen Hudson of Kansas who is visiting here left for the Mammoth Cave Monday Mrs Cosby JdcBeath nee Miss Dim pIe Conover Monticello is visiting her parentsand other relatives and friends in Columbia Mr Dan Curd a traveling salesman who has many friends in Adair county was here last week taking orders from our merchants MM Geo 0 Bassett of this place is rep rted as lying in a very critical condition at the home of her parents Waterville Ohio Mrs W D Frazier snd children left on a visit to Oklahoma and Texas Monday Mr Frazier accompanied a portion of theway Miss Elosie Durham of Campballs ville visited her uncle Mr R H Dur ham and her grandmother Mrs M E Durham last week Mr W T Selby of Esto was here meet his brother S C Selby uponJ his arrival and conveyed him home m Russell county 1 J Mr Paul Waggener who represents The GerlachBarklow Company Joliet headquarters at Louisville is visit ng his relatives in this community Mrs Sarah Flowers and Miss Dell Mitchell will leave Thursday morning for Granite Okla to visit Mrs Flowers daughter Mrs T J Nunnery Mr John McFarland and Mrs Theo ore McFarland and daughter Rowena were at the home of Mr and Mrs J T Goodman last Friday and Saturday Mr L E Schramm of Cleveland Ohio soninlaw of Ed W K AzbillI spent a few days of last week in Columbia Mrs Scramm being here on a visit Mrs Jennie McFarland Rowena motner of Mr WT McFarland ac companied Mrs W T McFarland and daughter Alma on their return from Russell county Prof W M Wilson principal of the Graded School spent Saturday and Sun day in Columbia but will be at his hdme Williarasburg until a few days before school opens Mr J T Goodman and Mrs Good man have returned from Rowena to their home in this place Mrs Gpod man has entirely recovered fronvan operation she submitted to three months ago Mr J B Yates who has been at Martinsville lnd for two weeks reached Columbia Saturday afternoon en route for Gradyville He is very seriously afflicted with rheumatism a statement The News is sorry to make Mr Win Butler whose life was dis paired of three weeks ago was in town last Thursday looking about as well he did before he was taken sick His wife and children and the physicians gave him up but his son irilaw Elijah Hancock held to the opinion t the would rsoorer and hw prediction proved true X ReeceITE Thurmah Estelje Willis Nannie Rowe Ethel Moore 7ellaF E Webb rilfor Peft t 1 1iail 11ft Ji Eliza Vaughan Dallis Firquin Alvin Rosson F A Strange Grace Dudley Wallace Beard Carrie Bradshaw Ben Jeffries Margaret Yates Flora Powell Robt Marshall Willard Huffaker Nell Tupman Lena Todd Essie Triplett Mont Biggs Rue Squires Ida Absher Fon Hancock Fannie Smith Julia Pen ick Mary Smith Susie Johnson Rose Hunn Clarice Stotts Mrs J W Walker Celeste Shirley Chas Diddle Lutie Barger Kate Walker Mrs J F Pickett Hattie Bradshaw Olie Taylor Eliza Strange Nell Miller J V Dudley E A Strange Vie Murrah Bessie Young Edgar Royse Laura Smith Albert Bryant Robert Bailey Luther Young Eva Murrell Pearl Breeding J 0 White Bertha Breeding Oscar Sinclair Mayme Smith Hattie Williams R9bt Williams Emma Overstreet W S Sinclair Minnie Knifley Nolan White Lula Royse Cor- tez Sanders Annie Royse Minnie Tup man Charlie Sanders Nora Bradshaw Clara Young T 0 Morton J D East ridge Virginia Hunn Mattie Nance Mayme Moran G W Turner Walter Taylor Eldrige Barger ProfHuffaker Minnie Kemp Annie Smith Ora Moss Marvin Perryman Bettie Cundiff J A Caldwell Mary Garnett Charlie Young Nancy Willis Ennis Sanders S P Stapp Walter Barger Ila Epper son Lula Jones Allie Gibson were in attendance at the instit- uteAdditional Locals The Institute Probably no finer body of Adair county teachers ever assembled than those who were in Columbia last week attending the institute The lady teachers were handsome in dress exquisite in manners their attractiveness bringing many complimentary expres sions The young men teachers were attired in their best and in true Ken tucky style convinced their sister in structors that they knew how to been tertaining Born to the wife of Heck Corbin a few days ago a daughter A great many horses are now being trained at the Fair grounds The Russell Springs Fair is now on and will continue three days Mr A K Rupe sold his fine stallion last Friday to A S Chewning for450 The Burkesville Fair will open next Tuesday the Columbia Fair the following Tuesday Dr James Triplett purchased the WR Willis property on Frazer Avenue price 1000 Quite a number of Adair county peo ple will be atlluseell Springs this week attending the Fair Time flies It is only twenty eyen days until the Lindsey Witeon and the Graded School opens Hands are now buqat the Fair gl9l lgeftiftgeyerytbin in hpe fa iibe Ateontbe2d t ifJ PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W H C Sandidge Ebeneezer F J Barger Mt Pleasant Z T Williams Columbia J R Crawford Columbia J A Johnston Gradyville J H Rood Mt Carmel J F Turner Red Lick W J Levi Trammels creek B M Currie Columbia J P Stapp Providencej T E Ennis Greensburg W S Dudgeon Milltown tiMondaytwelve acres On account of snakes being scarce Esau writes that he will not beat the Fair this year If you get tired looking at fine horses during the Fair you can visit the South ern Amusement Company Stalls are already being engaged for the Columbia Fair and it is said that a great many more horses than usual will be here There is some talk of a railroad being built from Somerset to Hopkinsville According to the map a direct line would strike Adair county Some person borrowed a saw at this office three weeks ago It has not been returned Dont the borrower think it is time to bring it in Bob Lyon buyer in the buggy and harness department for the Buchanan Lpon Co Campbellsville Ky knows what when and where to buy Columbia Chapter No7 RA M will meet Friday night and confer the minor degrees on three candidates All Companions are requested to be present Last Sunday afternoon lightning struck a barn owned by former State Senator W F Neat killing a very fine mare The barn was also considerably damaged Mr and Mrs Clint Smith desire to extend their heartfelt thanks to their neighbors and friends who so kindly as sisted them in the sickness and death of their little daughter Lucile An infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Clint Smith died last Saturday morning at 6 oclock It was bout one year old Interment in the cemetery in the afternoon Thee bereavedparents have the sympathy of neighbors and friends The correspondent who sent in the Sugar Grove communication failed to sign It It went to the waste basket There is no way to get a letter in the News unless some one becomes resppn sibleforiti We do not want to publish the writers name but we must have it for rrotection Strayed from niy premises one 2V yearold f steer Will weigh 5 or 6 hundred pounds has been dehorriedbut hft abmit2inch stubs Findir will be rewarded 3R Bett8ftSt Coluiirijia Ky t f ril i t IR Cost Cash Sale1 All off our Dry Goods No two days sale Health makes it necessary If you want real bac gains COME and SEE US y We haye one of the best stands in this part of the country Lots dwelling and store cheap at 1500 G A HELM = = Bakerton Ky I j LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLEC Shipping steer 550625 Beef s eersN 350557 Fat heifers and cows 3 00 a525 Cutters s 200300 Canners 100200 Bulls v 250415 Feeders v 375525 Stockers 300500 Choice milch cows 3500r4500 Common to fair cows 15003500 Choice 165 to 200 HOGS y 850 l Mediums 130 to 165 880 Pigs 800 Roughs i 7 75 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs 7i50800 55Q65QrFatshee GRAIN Wheat i L 125 Corn ivvt M 100 Local Market l The following is the Local Market todayEggsHens r 09 Chickens jTt 10rCocks j 3 Turkeys i 4 f 6 to8 Geese vi 4IDuc- ks viv U 6 Wool cleargrease20 to 22 Wool washed ivf 2ato30 Hides green AVL 6 to7 Hides dry rfCv 14 to 16 Feathersr 35tQ40 Gineeng i 5t0675 ax 25 to2 7 rScqiu i CertlfScit i1k f w the i Western a 7 AUTOMOBILE is the type of Automobile IThis It will give you better expensethe very best materials has 38 inch wHeels solidrubber tires and a 14 J Hoase Power Water Cooled Mo tor It will pull the steepest hills and travel the roughest roads It is quiet running easy riding good looking and the price reasonable For further particulars call on address V iI our representative MR H TYATES Campbellsvflle KY the Westcott Motor Car Cot Richmond Ind v has the werto issue the ElementaryW Certificate the Intermediate Certificate and the Life Certificate which r entitle the holders to teaoh anywhere e in Kentucky for two years ion ears v and for life r pectively w t further examination Information rti tu the tc amount o work required f euh cerhtidcate will be furnished when des f Pall session opens Sept ur JulntAtffe dress H H Gharry President Ws ti i ern NOr n0a 1yKS t ijL J ii tV ki ji J ifPJ fj J 1j j t ic o i J 1 i THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS 4 0 s- r i1tJenlett Bttos i 4i 116 E market St Bet 1st Shook 1entuekTsouisul Y Get ooze Quota i Lion on ELLWOOD FENCE BefOre your buy We savesO you MONEY flBl111WR U HARDW Pres J COCKE Pres DIETZMAN ty w ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED 1889 VHliliWRIG14TZ 3 m1iGTiI41STZ DEALERS ENGINES BOILERS S AW MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIETeeWTRMftlH LOUISVILLE I SMOKESTACKS 1i1 Sheet Iron and Tank Work 1 G JOBBING WORK SOLICITED of 9 l + AO 4 F 4 0 HvcH + s C0 IPA I E iWRG011 Phones t See r1TPyne IN f All Kinds Mach inery Repaired I t4fJ 1 I 1 NY- BLINDS1 4 Send orders us for prompt shipment goods If We appreciate them I COI- NCORPORATED Blinds IPorch Finish ii1andjgood IE LHUGHES IILOUISVILLE s w v v 1l kwwiCviw er 7f 7f n 1 1ojCin jCt1 Fifth Avenue Hotel SIvi 7 PIKE CAMPBELL MGR wi1c K JRefurmshed Redecorated andei4k A Firstclass Hotel at PopuQ2Prices Convenient to Wholesale wand Retail Districts Churches and X11 Theaters 1 FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLEt FIFTH AVENUEBmm Louisville KentuckyNW J V V ttiIvi v v7iv j 7 7 wI ii 7i vritI K flTIiThe Adair County News and CourierJournal Both One Year for 150 The Superior Sex The is a lot vainglorious ex Dressipn on the part of the men superiorrsex We hear too much of mans endurance of his intellect of his excutive ability and all that sort of thing ya Take a man and make him f wear a ispptted viel and he will y Jbe nearly blind within a year Pinch a man into corsets and within a week he will have heart tr trouble chronic pleurisy acute indigestion appendicitis and a t uneral f jPile afew pounds of false hair ui a manaheadandhewiiJll1j i fit i f X HSf t J ON Telephone 2167 Both Sash Doors I Stair Work Interior Etc I to lar City of cumb to brain fen within a month Tie a mans ankles in a hopple skirt and he will have rheumatism followed by paralysis of the legs from lack of exercise IClamp a mans feet in tight make him toddle about on high heels and he will die of the eharley horse Man loses on the score of endurance alone Intellectandex- ecutiveanityareargu by the capacity to combat these tor tues and trials Man is undoubtedly the inferior sex r and should retire to the it row of aettJand be queit Chi c Itgo Post f i lfJ J r The Hat Pin Why do the women wear hat pins They could fasten on their bon nets by means of ribbons tied under then chins But even when they have the ribbons under their chins they shove a few pins through their hata just for looks Other styles of hats might be kept on by means of neat loops about the ears or by means of concealed clasps clinching the hair However there is no good inI suggesting these improvements i Every time some one raises aj protest against hat pins they are made an inch longer It may be that the steel trust is back of the hat pin industry But when a lady comes home and strips three or four eyes and an ear off her hat pins in remov ing her bonnet it is time to think of some remedy Still if a remedy be suggested then the women will take to wearing hat pins in their hair when their hats are off The New Wireless Law After July 1 1911 all steam ers carrying fifty or more per- Sons passengers and crew vill be held in port til equipped with wireless telegraph apparatus A circular calling attention to the recentlyenaced law is being sent out by the Secretary of Com merce and Labor This some what belated fruit of the wreck of the Republic in January 1909 is another illustration of the wellworn adage that tis an ill wind that blows nobody good Such advances have been made in transportation by water within the last twentyfive years that sea voyages are no longer peril ous adventures but mere inci dents of travel Statisticians have made figures to show that cruising on a modern steamer as safe as living in a large hotel The relative rates of accident insurance charged upon the vari ous classes of risks show that workingThe Gospel of Work Nothing strikes the foreigner more forcibly in traveling through our country than the fact that everybody is at work aSjtherethere is very little of the senti ment so powerful in most coun tries that an odium the 1TheSouth America to the United States take back this lesson and it is one of the most important ones they can carry The American youth feels it no disgrace toI work his way through college in fact most of them realize before they get through that there is a real advantage in being thrown upon their own resources and made to understand the value of money as well as time There is a value in work aside from the profit derived from it It gives a spirit of independence and a consciousness ofseriiceand both of these are necessary toJ the highest achievements Wheat Outlook Gtomy The government report the condition of spring wheat in the fea r tt producing jrfait t t 2r i IiuIiIIi F i H W t i t ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR t If so we can furnish anything you may need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof = 4 ing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns of every description Our stock of Siding Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould ing is manufactured from Dry Lumber We can furnish any material needed in our line and keep the largest and best assorted stock of Finishing Material of anyfirm in this section of the State y Phone 44 AJNTDTJSKY fe OOMPANYCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY c 3 L diesSave Money and Keep in Style by Reading McCalls Magazine and Using McCall Patterns will clothing yourself and children perfect than cents free scriptions friends Premium Catalogue and North Dakota South Dakota Minnesota and Washington which grow cent of the total spring wheat only 622 as compared with 923 year ago on account of drouth The condition winter wheat for Tennessee which with nineteen other states grows winter wheat is given at per cent compared with average embracing ten years which if it pass the threshing safely- is very satisfactory Local wheat is quoted at 100 but little yet has been market and some of it may sour and sprout before it threshed being exposed to the many rains Kentucky News dIdolph Metcalfe county Gilbert Taylor farmer of Barren county bitten by mad dog Republicans of the Second appellate ditrictwillnominate candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals at convention to held August The damage to growing to bacco crops in Henderson and Webster counties by rain is es- tImated at 13 per cent Leslie Hughes newsyaper elected City Assessor CarlisleJames Price an N Brakeman so badly crushed in the Pineville yards that may lose both legs Grover Cameron aged twenty = five years died typhoid fever at Myers Nicholas county Andy Watson was found dead at his home in Middlesboro Maj ADaingerfi ldnjemf the State Racing Commission has been confined to home Fayette county for several days with a severe attack indigestion Mark L Cummini prie Bal lard county f 1iry HcCiUi fttaru e will help you styl a moderato expense by keeping you posted the fashions clothes and hats New Fashion Designs each issue Also valuable information on all and sonal bOc a year including a free pattern Subscribe today sendT t for freo sample copy McCall Patterns enable you to make your own borne with your own hands for which will be style and PrIcenone higher 15 Send for Pattern Catalogue J We Will Cive You Fke Presents for getting sub among your Send for free Cash Prize Offer 239 249 37lh 88 per as a of 85 as an can as ed can be r1- a was a a a be 15 the 33 S a was of L was he of j J J of his in of of 61k f j r A V r dress ishly at on latest in 50 in home per matters Only or in in fit St t dropped dead at his home in Arlington while seated at the din ner table Contracts for the construction of the apsroachito the new Capi tol were let at Frankfort by the Capitol Commission The corn mission also awarded contracts for the installation of water pipes through the grounds to supply water for sprinkling pur posesActs of the last Legislature as compiled andIprinted in book form have all been sent out by Frank Kavanaugh State Libra rian and officials who are entitled to recieve them can get them from the County Clerk in each county Much in Little Hundreds of bees can hang one to another without tearing away the feet of upper one A recently patented door closer made adjustable so that it Iris close a door completely or return it to any desired open angleAs a space saver for small houses a Kansas man has invent ed folding stairs operated on the lazy tongs principle by a hand wheel and gearing A baseball with a cork core instead of one of solid rubber the invention of a Philadelphian has been officially adopted by one of the big leagues The oldest old maid in the country is believed to be a resident of victoriarKaschura a German who lives with her niece and is 104 years old New York City householders are paying for killing rats and mice and the city is paying 75 a year for the rodents that are fed to the reptiles in Bronx Park According to statistics quoted in Engineering there are in the whole world9600 000 telephones and the linen have an aggregate lengfJtofb t l2500OQO nile A floubfe frying panV him Jed itI in the center has been patented by an Iowa man so that two ar ticles can be cooked at once and to save space by folding it when not in use- Blotting Paper Blotting paper was discovered purely by accident Some ordinary paper was being made one day at a mill in Berkshire when a careless workman forgot to put in the sizing material The whole of the paper made was regarded as being useless The proprietor of the mill desired to write anote shortly afterwards he took a piece of waste paper thinking it was good enough for the pur pose To his intense annoyance the ink spread all over the paper Suddenly there flashed over his mind the thought that this paper would do instead of sand for dry ing ink And he at once advertised his waste paper as blotting There was such a big de mand that the mill ceasedmak ing ordinary paper and was soon occupied in making blotting only the use of which spread to all countries Ex 4 r He Read It A welltododeacon was one day told by his preacher that one of the poor widows of the congregation needed some fuel and was asked if he would fur nish it Well replied the deacon I have the fuel and I have the team but who is to pay me for it 1 I will answered the preacher on condition that you read the first three verses of the 41st Psalm before you go to bed tonight He consented and delivered the fuel A few days afterwards the minister met him and asked him how much he owed him Oh my brother do not speak of payment I did not know that such preci ous promises were in the Bible Moral Ignorance of the Bible is one of the hindrances to Chris tian growth and usefulness Secure a Certificate Under the law the Western Normal has the power to issue the Elementary Certificate the Intermediate Certifi cate and the Life Certificate which entitle the holders to teach anywhere in Kentucky for two years four years and for life respectively without further examination Information as to the amount of work required for each certificate will be furnished when desired Fall session opens Sept 6 lQJgoAd dfesa L H Cherry PreakUnt Western Normal Bpwling Green Ky 392t r lwithIa kind lfOti1 KA 1 4walt t r t J lJ f i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r r r Avoid Danger I When you are sick or suffering from any of the troubles peculiar to women dont delaytake Car dui that wellknown and successful remedy for wo Ymen Thousands of women have used Cardui and- obeen benefited Why not f Dont take any chances Get Cardui the old reliable ofttried remedy for women of all ages TAKECARDUIr 3 40 It Will Help You Mrs Luzania Morgan Sneedville Term writestFor ten years I suffered with the turn of life and tried many remedies without relief I had pains all over my body and at times I could not sit up At last I took Cardui and now I can do my housework I have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sick women Try it AT ALL DRUGSTORES N V Tarter qJudge D G Shepherd is on the sick list at this writing Mr Acel Roberts killed a rat tIe snake one day last week that had 8 rattles Mrs Nath Norman and children are visiting in Casey county this week jD B White was in Columbia y on business r A little child of V a Wheat has been very sick for a few days Mr Bennett and wife left for Illinois one day last week to make it their future home Mr Joe Foleys conditions re mains about the same Mrs Thomas Shepherd who has been on the sick list fore time issQ a better r I L Hardwick and wife of Neatsburg were visiting relatives here last Saturday and Sun day V It i Fairplay We have had some good show- ersk of rain and everything is growing nicely t Mr and Mrs R E Strange I visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs J R Gaston Sunday 1f Mrs Ella Iulliam visited her i t aunt Mrs Lizzie Helm of near Glenville one day last week r Miss Rosa Sparks was the j guest of Misses Jennie and Min t nie Morrison last Sunday iMr G W Turner attended the Sunday School Convention at Columbia last Saturday i l Born to the wife Leslie Mc daughterIMother and child getting along jiiicely l dryIgoods drummer was calling on our merchants this week Bro Scott closed a meeting at Pierces Chappel last Friday tI night Bro Scott is a very fine liteacher We would be glad to Vi ihave us again Mrs Houston Strange visited treltlvesat this place last week Mr and Mrs LaRue Loy vis ited Mr and Mrs J G Turner last Sunday 4f The social at Mrs Lou Loys wad largely attended last Satur 1o1aynig tAllreporteda nice 1t Jlile Anqi e Strange is visits j habrotheratthis 1ace- i UHII Hattie BradshawI An fi eandsRoeaB Ir1c1 t i r IErt rYI were the guests of Mrs W HI Hammonds one day this week Miss Pearl Lewis visited her mother one night last week Bennettjvisite Saturday Miss Rosa B Sparks gave Misses Hattie Bradshaw and An nie Strange a singing last Thurs day night A large crown was present and all reported a nice time visIitedMisses Docie and Bettie Loy were visiting Leslie Rosenbaum one night last week pajntedllhis ready for a cook Mrs J L Darnell has been on the sick list for the past few days Mrs J C Royse and daughter Miss Cletus visited Mrs R E Strange Monday There will be a baptising at this place next Saturday after noon at 2 oclock Mrs H B McClister visited her fatherinlaw Olllie McClis ter one day last week Basil Born to the wife of Clarence Coomer July 23 a daughter Quite a number in this com withmunitythe outside world with a telephone line connecting Sparks yule and Bridgeport Mr Herby Bennett and family and J T Harper and family of Edmonton visited in this corn munity last week Rev L F Payne was called last Friday to preach the funeral of Mr James England of Sparks ville fMr A J Gowens lost a valu able mare last week by falling in a ditch worth 100 Quite a number from this place attended the Childrens days at Big Creek last week r fThe6estHourof Life Is when you do some great deed or discover some wonderful fact This hour came to J R Pitt of Rocky Mt NC when he Was suffering intensely as he says from the worst cold I ever had I then proved to my great satin I faction what a wonderful Cold and i Cough cure Dn Kings New Discovery is For after taking one bottle I was entirely cured You cant say anything too good of a medicine like that Its the lureataDdb remedy for diseased lungs Hemorrhages lGrippe AsthV ma Hay ver7anytbroator Lung i Trouble 5bc and flOO Trial bottle free Xaoaranteed by IPaull Dru QOJ t r Program d The following is a programmer eIheld at Bethlehem churchnear Gentry s Mill the second Sunday in August 1910 Devotional exercises by James Atchley Welcome address tJ G Anderr son Response Rev C F Breeding Organizatontlldelec iQ o f officersRelative length of notes and rests James Kerns J H Wor mackand Joe Kerens 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 AcreeIWormack Quartett John Burton Jr on Soprano Accent Frank Hughes and Prof A G Hill Quartett Miss Myrtie Shep 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 b y flats Anderson Murrell and Prof SmithDynamies Cortez Bryant and C F Breeding Solo Curtis McGaha Miner scale John Wolford and Henry Wormack Song lead by Evie Bryant Melody Stewart Rexroat and J V Dudle- ySolofienry Wormack and R 0 CabbellHarmony Cooper Shepherd and 1 M Grimsley- J H Wormack j ComU G Andersn We the Sunday School and neighborhood of the Bethlehem church unanimously request the Musical Association to be held at Bethlehem church t h e second Sunday in August- C C Gentry Supt of S S U G Anderson Sect of S S All teachers and lovers o f music are invited to come and take part in the discussions Bringwellfilled basketsI Pyrus Mrs J H Vire who has been on the sick list we are glad to say is improving at this writing Mrs Finis Phin who has been in very delicate health for some time has improved some On last Sunday morning she had the misfortune of spraining her ankle very badly Aunt Tinny Nelson has been quite sick but is able to be out againLittle J Ruth Vance is very sick Wheat threshing is the order of the day in our community and the yield is very good MrandMrs Rant Parnell of Ripley Tenn is visiting friends and relatives in ourcom munity We are certainly glad to have Mr Parnell and wife with us They are fine people They also enjoy reading the Adair County News and hear from their many friends through its columns When we learned of the death of Mrv W ft Willis fatt lii late home at Coftimbiife war old timer 0if o friend and neighbor sadness pre HisfserVIces were conducted by his pastor Rev JA Johnson assisted by Rev Currie His remains were laid to rest in the family graveyard at old Pleas ant Ridge church His devoted wife and children have our deep est sympathy Oh that each one of his loved ones may receive the glad word of our Lord Enter thou into my joy and sit down uponimy throne Several from our community attended Childrens day at Big Creek church last Sunday Large crowd good order and a general good time was reported by all Mr C W Keltner wife and children attended meeting at Gradyville last fourth Sunday Mr Garlen Pickett and sister Miss Flora visited Miss Pearl Kemp a few days ago Mr and MrsR 0 Keltner of Gradyville were visiting the formers sister Mrs Press Clark of Ksltner last MondayiMiss Stella Keitner was visiting Misses Lelien and Maggie Vance Sunday Mr Marvin Pickett and wife of Greensburg were visiting the former parents Mr W SPick ett and family They were accompanied by Otes Moss and sisterMr John Pickett and wife left last Sunday en route for Colum bia to attend institute Quite a number of relatives gathered at the the home of Mr and Mrs G D Vance last Sun day Those present were Mr Blakey Doolin and wife Mr Jim Posy and wife and son Willie Mr E P Sexton and familyIMr G L Vire spent last Sunday night with his sister Mrs C W Keltner Mr Turner Keltner had the misfortune of getting a very valuable milk cow badly hurt last week in trying to jump a paling fenceMessrs J W Vire and Thom as Baker were visiting the lat ters parents Mr Sam Baker last fourth Sunday Miss Daisy Keltner of Grady yule was visiting Miss Stella Keltner Monday Mr R F Keltner and child ren attended the burial of Mr Allen Vance of Bridgeport We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved mother wife and fatherless children May Gods richest blessings rest upon you all Mr J A Vire visited his sis ter Mrs R 0 Keltner last Saturday night and Sunday Mr Elmer Keen and wife of Gradyville were visiting their grandmother Aunt Willie Kemp last week Mrs J H Vire receiced a letter from her son Jimmie who left here many years ago and now located at Avoca Tex that the drought prevailed with them again this year Corn crops were entirely burnt up and if it didnt rain soon cottom would be a fail ureMrJimmie Walker of Grady yule passed through our como munity one day last Week Rev Goodson in far West 1ReV E F Goodspri of this city writes The News that he is haying a good protracted meet insr in pecc Texas Before ih g to Pecoi he conducted a uirii WEEK Y I COURIER JOURNflL J Editorjs a Kaoional Newspaper Dmocraticj jS S polities It prints all the news without I r fear or favor The ie 100 y Ij j afiEa year but you can get NENs1II 1 If you will give or send your order to this p papernot1 Daily CourierJournal 9 YrS600 I I Sunday CourierJournal Yr S200 1 We can give you a combination cut I rate on Daily or Sunday if you will writeIthis paper tX X XXXXXX I Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker Birdsell flHburn I = =WagonsAcarload o- fOliver Chilled Plows A carjload of Disc Harrows i A car load of ItIWill have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown v t ill this Green River Country read yf6r Spring trade i LIME SALT AND CEMENT iASPECIAL LINEit VSiH deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L s N R R i JC Woodson Lewis TheMerchant Qreensburg Ky Mail orders promplynttcndcd A revival at Carlsbad New Mexico also with fine results After concluding his present effort he Witt go to Marjey Taxes for a thenltOr few days Rev Goodson was formerly a cowboy riding on the V plains in the territory whicH he iis now traversing and still im J mensal enjoys Western lifeifiETownNews T 0 r j7 ji i 2 ti J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville 7rf vj i i x f IfTtf C 0 Moss spent a few days tjh fon mS farm in the Cool Spring community last week r V Alfred Parson was at Greens burg last Thursday Mrs W M Wilmore spent a few days at the bedside of her brother Dr W T Grissom at Bliss last week 4 Messrs iJ Q Alexander Will Lyon and John Cook were call ing on our merchants one day last week We are glad to note that Mr Jt M Wilson has improved so in the last few weeks that he is ajle to ride horse back to town and is looking a great deal bet ter Mrs Helen Pile formerly of Columbia spent several days visiting J DWalker and family of our city last week Miss Mary Caldwell of Mill town community spent one night last week with Miss Mollie Flow ersThe recent few days of sun shine put our farmers in position a to get their meadow grass all up and their wheat threshed We are glad to note that we had a very good yield of both r h Our town was grieved when the sad news reached us announcing the death of Mr W R Willis He was wellknown in our town and had many friends here Mr J T Ellis of Lexington spoke to a fairly good audience of farmers at this place last Wednesday in the merest of pooling their tobacco His argu ment was good and our farmers were very much enthused with his speech Uncle Charlie Yates while as sistirig in hauling hay last Sat urday fell off the loaded wagon It gave him a considerable shakeup t but we are glad to ncte that there was no broken limbs but it removed him from the stage of action for several days Mr Lafe Akin of Sparksville was in our midst last Friday and reported everything moving along nicely Mr Akin informed us that theyhad all threshed their wheat in that section and had a very good yield and a fine quality He said they had a good prospect for both corn and tobacco We are glad to notes that the ridge and about Sparks ville for the past few years has been superior to our creek bottoms in the way of producing i corn and tobacco as well a s wheat Mr Jesse Breeding one of the oldest citizens of the Leather twqQfcreek section was in our midst one day last week looking well and reported the health of Mrs Breeding as good as usual while Mr Breeding is seventy years old and his wife sixt years They have raised ten chil oldestPis fortyfour years of age and the youngest is nineteen There is something about this family that can not be said of many There has never been a bath in aresJ all grown and in good health f They are getting along nicely v twith plenty of this worlds goods Ctomake them happy through thisx I life We only wish that Adair 1 1 fUI dup with just laf9 s e as this fainil Y rf J tJ ff 1i r II Glensfork- jg 7tWilliam Rains ofrClinton coup T jV t i r ty who lived at x ijjspla c e twenty years ago is visiting here with a view of purchasing property here H C Hudson our uptodate road overseer is putting gravel on the public road through this place Our roads are all in a- very bad condition on account ofI the recent heavy rains If the overseers expect their roads to winIIMr and l1rsJ A Chapman accompanied by their soninlaw and daughter J H Kelsey and wife started to Mississippi a few days ago The trip is being made in Mr Chapmans automobile Mrs Edds and little daughter of Louisville are visiting Mrs Edds parents Mr andMrs Z T Taylor this place Mrs Elmer Woods of Hous top Texas is visiting the family of her uncle Rev G R Abrell of this place Rev J F Black is conducting series of meetings at Picnic this week The singing class at this place has adopted Windows of Heaven No7 They think it is the best book they have used for several years Politics is becoming to be a tough issue in this neck of the woods The last campaigner that addressed the voters at this place spoke with his coat off and a very large gun protruding from his pistol pocket Eugene Buster of Creelsboro has rented N B Kelsey sproper ty at this place and will move to his new quarters in a very short timeDavid Lawhorn and wife who have been living in Louisville for some time have rented Bill Samuels property at this place Mrs Lawhorn was formerly a- Miss Schidler and was raised by the late Mrs Theressa Dudley who lived in this community t1 r v Pellham A eare glad to say that there neihisnohood at this writing We are proud to know that Mr Bill Butler is able to be out again u c Mr Will Ed Sguires was in Greensburg last week While there he purchased a fine rub ber tire buggy Look out girls Some of you are going to have a pleasant drive Mr Roger Page and family- were visiting in Taylor county last weekJMrs Roge Pages sister from Louisville is visiting here She will be here until the 18th Bro I M Grimsley who has been teaching a singing school at Hutchison school house has closed There were 24 scholars and everyone took an interest and tried to learn There were some spectators who came just to laugh at the scholars Bro Grimsley will begin another sing ing school the 1st Saturday night in September Most all his class can read the notes of any song in their book Mr Bill Hood has purchased a set of blacksmith tools and has a shop ready tshoeh9randi do all lands of lacklnijthini yb1 ought to z J a If 11a w begnneir if Bro Rice will preach at dl1SundaYr threshed in this neighborhood- It was better than was expect a Milltown Mrs Bettie Waggener and her daughter Miss Pearl bf Colum bia visited at Mrs Elizabeth Thomas last week Miss Mollie Caldwell of Co lumbia visited relatives here several day last week Miss Tommie Dokoney of Cane Valley i s visiting her sister Mrs Chapman Browning of near r hereMiss Montra Thomas is visiting her sister Mrs Emma Breed ing at Neatsburg this week Messrs Jimmie Hoy and J VII Viers of Gradyville were last Saturday evening Miss Pollie Shirley visited Miss Emra Skaggs last Saturday and Sunday Several from here attended childrens day at Big Creek church last Sunday Mr Charlie Thomas was in Columbia Sunday The social at Mr G T RogersI last Saturday night was largely attended His daughter Mis Minnie assisted by Miss Bess Leftwich entertained the young people most delightfullyJ W S Hindman bought of R P Browning eleven shoats for 33 MILLTOWN NO 2 The weather is fine at present Prof P D Neilson of Colum bia was here last Tuesday V Sullivan and Dan Hatcher were with our merchants last weekA v M Mercer Jim Tutt Jr and Cassius Cheatham were inI Columbia a day or so last week Miss Clara Austin who has been visiting at Mr E B Cheat reItMiss Mollie Caldwell was visit onebnight last week J A CaldwellIS in from Bowling Green for a few weeks stay There was a moonlight party given at the home of Miss Minnie Rogers last Saturday night and f young folks all reported a good time Mr Jo Johnston was in Colum bia several days of last week on businessMrs R Tutt sold to Bud Deering one calf seven weeks bldforflO Several from this place attend ed the ball game at Miami last SaturdayMr Wilson who plays ball with Memphis Tenn was visiting his parents at this place last week Miss Tommie Dohoney Is visiting relatives at Cane Valley J C Townsend visited Geo H Nell at Gradyville several days of last week The carpet for the church has arrived and will be ready for Muse at an early date Mr Dan Curd of Gave City was calling on our merchants last weelrr tj Sherrod Hatch r iai about all thewheat threshed in this corn munity 0 EyerYJJ i is wing ready Jf the d11 rP 1 r i2 j V VV Sl 1 St VIVI V VII P Y w L 71Ii LindscyWilson Training School A Safe Place toput our Children i 1 1lA S L1TERARY2- xrx NORMAL I 1 v 8JSINESSI 7K v 35 EXPRESSION 7Is MUSIC m ART Tcw r r l t I v 2KViens e em er 5 1 1 0 w QL v Do notput off your EducationTow is our best time Next Tear ou will be 7 thinic s t R 7C If you have a crop of tobacco enter by the first of October One whole year rnI I Spring terms and more Total expense one year 1000 For Catalogue address J NEILSON MOSS Columbia Ky11 V Vwv vIV uwv V VJ V wwvv VSSV V VV VVII m7iC mn 7 C iIin rI n 7IC ii r n r Guy Nell of Gradyville was here one day last week Jim and Richard Shirley Cas sius and Georgia Cheatham attended Childrens Day at WeedI Mr Titus Mercer and son were here las Saturday Tom B Wilson was in Greens burg last week iMr Virgil Grissom was calling on our merchants one day last week Willie Ingram of Camp Knox was here last week Absher inlColuMr J D Absher was the guest of Mr John RiaUof Bliss Friday night Mr Howard Russell was at Knifley last Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Cooley wfio has been visiting in Gampbeilsville 11Mr lyltClaraRob13rtson f Miss Annie Robertson Mr Osey Dillinghan washome from Campbellsville Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Lizzie Hurt of near Ozarkspent last week with her sister Mrs Ben Thomas Mr John Spears who lives inI the Holmes neighborhood is very sick at this writingJ Mr Willie Brockman visited relatives at Pellyton last Satur day night and Sunday I Mr Art Morris and son of near were visiting in IIMissesphress visited Misses Bertha and Audra Dillingham Saturday and Sunday J Mr and Mrs Claud Hatcher and children of Milltown visited the family of Mr Milton Vaughan last Friday night Mr and Mrs Bony Barley Misses Annie Robertson and Eul alldMr1RMr and Mrs John Oldalld famUy Mnu JJU IIdan- httledaugh i IIf1 tr F ysy r l 1Wtii 4 5j tm i companied by his sister lfrs1 Phil Sherrill visited relatives SatIillday produceImove saw mill from here to White Oak and begin work soon- GadberrY The health of this community is very good with the exception of a few cases ofmeasles MrJ Ciscero Hood will finish tis job of sawing at this place this week Mrs James Gadbeiry of near Fairplay is dangerously ill at this writing The Sunday school at Tabor is progressing nicer LYJohnson as Supt Mr and Mrs George Morrison and little son Jesse Miller visit ed relatives at filensfork Thurs day night of Hurt lastweeki date merchants are having fine t adeatPresentr Mr Robert Allen lost two valuable horses last week from some unknown cause Rollin Johnsons new stock barn is nearing completion Most of the wheat iIi this threshedneigand the yield was not very good this time J 1OwensbY The health of this community is very good at present Wheat threshing is theorder of the day and from what we Idarn there Is just about a half crop IFrom what we learn lightning doing considerable damage in different parts of the state On the 27th ult it struck a tree near Mr Sam Aarons killing eight very valuable sheep andcriPplinganotherOn the fiends 18JldneignbQrs of Aunt Sarah ya ga red into celebrate birthdayIHer apnbt week wit h r It t fJrY ir iir indeed lilfcoae two old lie 1kbhe M r 5r r STEAM HEAT ELECTRIC LIGHTS 1 t LI 1 i ww Mr Geo Kearns and grand daughter Miss Pearl Misses Parthina Pierch Stella Long Lena and Vardie Poison visited the family of M L Owens Sun dayMr E L Reese is enjoying a lively trade and giving entire satisfaction with Ms woolen milL Mr Reece is an uptodate gentleman and will do you fair and square and we think you ought to patronize him Uncle Flem S Carter isvery feeble at this writing 7 Mrs Ona Fields of Monro City Mo delivered a veryJntefssJtc ing lecture at the fifth Siday school Convention at James town the 31st The Russell county teachers institute which convened at Jamestown last week was large ly attended Dr Kimaman and Prof Craig are fine instructors There is a protracted meeting be1l1gIconductedb Misf Pearl Kernfes of JSewell ton Visited Emma Grider one day last week Mrs Idell Sims and Mrs S B Collins visited Mrs j H Barger one day last week Mrs Sophia Lawless is visiting at Jamestown this week EllerJ Mr UVT Mitchell of Eli was here Thurs ay S A Sullivan spoke at Clear Spring Thursday night in the interest of Caleb Powers F W Jackson representing Morley Bros sSt Louis Mo was here Wednesday F B Simmons and wife left Thursday to visit relatives in Livingston Tenn Mrs Ida Bernard and Mir Mary Flanagan ofEffie visited here Thursday Mr Eaos Bennett left laatt- r week for Sheridan Oregon ij rF make his future hone r Mr J Fordr6f Coolidgif Ky visited his parerijbs here l week B IV Phelpi E tor will ipeaefc at Chritdtn chipd Ct incy 1 lf1 x t 1 d 1fJi