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AMJ 1J rt MaL t i ik i 2 f i fr t t baif Ifr t Ii 1dH onan tuj L1t el k vOLUMCOLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 11 1910 NUMBER 4iI Will Jlofo a Revival i jjfThe special meetings to be held at begintinpreachingandGreen KyV will lead the singing Dr I Holmes is consideredone of the strong est revival preachers of the South Mr Clarkwho is favorably known in Co lumbia has just completed his Sum mers studies in the Moody Institute Chicago and is at present at Winona Lake Ind a great Confer enceoiEvangelistic singers He will inevery way be ably prepared to sue cessfully lead the singing Three ser vices per day with dinner on the ground will be held For those who may so desire every inducement will be offered for camping on the beautiful grounds surrounding the church The entire community is making prepara tion for therevival The best sewing machine made is The Free we sell themj also cheaper machines Russell Co 402t There was some excitement at the Russell Springs Fair last Wednesday and at first it was thought that the Sheriff was shooting at a man who was creating a disturbance but he only shot to scare The particulars as we gather them are about as follows There had been some betting on a horse race and the man this item re 1 fers to lost and refused to pay The winner undertook to make him pay and a general row ensued The man who lost broke loose from the crowd and started in a quick run for the thicket The Sheriff not knowing the cause o f the trouble took after the man and in order to stop him fired his pistol into the ground So the whole trouble was a little excitement We make this item becausera report reached here to the effect that several shots were fired at the fleeing man All Royal Arch Masons in good stand ing are requested and urged to be in Columbia next Thursday afternoon by 530 in the afternoon Late in the af ternoon the most excellent Masters de- greeJ will be conferred and after suppe- the Royal Arch Past Grand Master O D Thomas of Lebanon will beleer e toinspect the work of the Chapter Q P Smythe H P A great many people in town were considerably alarmed last Friday morn ing about two oclock when the fire alarm was sounded and the word pass ed Edwin Hurts residence is on fire Men women and children left their beds and were proceeding to the scene when the word came it is Del Cravens hen house burning and so it was Hens nests had been burned the day before and evidently fire was left in the which 7structionI have an extra good buggy horse for sale Also a nice lot of household and kitchen furniture Fred Myers tf Columbia KyI CountySchoolod of notifying the public that from this date she will not be in her office but two days in the week Mondays and Saturday She will be busy visit ing the schools and this declaration will hold good the remainder of this year Last Friday afternoon a jolly crowd composed of Masdames B M Currie SF White Leo Baldauf Misses Ma mie Baker Maja Eudailia Ina Hulse Eva Oats Myrtle Myers Jennye Mc Farland Edna Lewis Madge Rosen field Ora Moss Mary Hulse Pearl Hindman Cary Rosenfield Carrie Walker and Blanche Willis picniced at the old mill on Pettis Fork At six oclock t a delightful lunch was spread and a good time reported Wantedat Columbia Hotel chick ens and eggs Highest cashmarket price paid- Themeeting at Tabor Methodist church was continued into this week There had been up till Sunday night 4 conversions and about 10 others came forward pr prayer There will be preaching at the Methodist church next Sunday as usual and the pastor re1uestwall member to be presenthWantedat Columbia Hotel chick ens and eggs Highest cash market pricepaid Mr John Spears who lived in the jMt Carmel neighborhood died last werelHe fras about 70 ears old fji sj ll z We r to prMone day e1liiIriDXt week o account of the Fair tJ i t 1 Are Making Good One of the best tent shows to ex hibit here in many years is the KaDell Kritchfield Shows that are now lo cated on the Mantz Mill lot They opened Monday to a large audience The amusement lovers of our city are given a rare treat in the way of firstclass refined performances at a ridiculously low price One of the principal attrac veryIitself and sings talks and plays musical instruments with the pictures with a uncannylilt and the KaDell Kritchfield Co are demonstrating it on its first appearance through the South Without question thiscompany present the best entertainment ever given in our city for double their prices They are with usj all this weekTaylor County Inquire A Tungsten Bulb will give you double the light you are getting and cost you no more Sold by Russell Co 402t PREACUING NEXT SUNDAY W S Dudgeon Pikes Ridge W H C Sandidge Greensburg F J Barger Smiths Chapel Z T Williams Pleasant Hill JN Walbert Big Creek J R Crawford Edmonton V J A Johnston Elroy V J H Rood Cane Valley Vc JF Turner Mt Pleasant W J Levi Mt Gilead JMenzies Mosbys Ridge B M Currie ColumbialS P Stapp Mt Vernon T= E Ennis Pleasant Valley W B Cave Pleasant Ridge A new line of Rugs 9 by 12 feet 14 50 to 1959 Matting rugs 9x12 fee 300 at Russell Co 402t Prof Jo Monday entertained an au dience at the Courthouse fiasE Sunday afternoon and also blondaNrevening whorheard him were exceedingly well pleased A Gig Novelty For Columbia The KaDell Kritchfield attractions that comes to Columbia August 22nd for one week is without doubt the most interesting show now for the Public They have the finest canvas play house in America this one feature alone is worth more than the admission charged These people are highly recommended by the press over all Kentucky Columbia people will have a chance to see right here at home a firstclass Company at popular prices A guaranteed attraction Prices 15 and 25c Next week while the Fair is i progress this office will be kept open each day until eleven oclock in the forenoon and from three to six oclock in the afternoon Persons who may want to transact business with the o flee will please call Have received hew stock mid summer styles in shirts ties hosiery soft collars suspenders belts c Russell Co 402t The Fair will open next morning and it is hoped that TuesdayII YIfIf andcreate a disturbance the County Judge will be present to issue warrants of arrest Secure an Education TheState Normal School at Bowling Green Ky offers an excellent oppor tunity to young people desiring an edu cation The Fall Session opens Sep tember 6J 1910 Write for information 412t All persona 70 years old and over a Emitted freeto therColumbia Fair T jjri iqn bfc ickets have been de laand Jfibjw ntitled tpiwe 1riR cIl fca tie Secretar or atthegat r u- fYjp J J STABBED TO DEATH Ja CPoppIewell Merchant at Rus self Springs Uses His Knife on Ed Miller in Self Defense DEATH FOLLOWS IN A FEW HOURS A serious difficulty occurred at the Russell Springs late last Thursday afternoon resulting in the death of Ed Miller who was mortally wounded by J C Popplewell The particulars as we gather them from parties who were at The Spring about as follows Mr Popplewell is a merchant a very quiet gentleman a partner of Mr J E Snow the two conducting a general Store Late in the afternoon Miller visited the store in an intoxicated con dition and raised a disturbance Mr Popplewell left the store room and went outside taking a seat upon a box or barrel Miller came out pistol in hand threatening to shoot Popplewell who did not have a revolver Several parties came up while Miller was mak ing his threats and to one of the by standers he handed his pistol He then walked up to Popplewell striking him a severe blow in the face As soon as thelickwas struck Popplewell drew his knife and commenced cutting and when the trouble was over it was Sfewing Gthatjustifiable We have the largest stock of shoes in South Central Kentuckybought direct from manufacturers Now receiving fall styles Russell Co tThe Fair Grounds are in fine shape The grandstand has beenjreqpvered th pumps are in excellentvwarking order an abundance of cool water and the grass in the grove mowed Come and have an enjoyable week seeing fine stock and listening to inspiring music rendered by Wherleys famous Louis ville Band Course in Agriculture NormalIDemonstra tion and actual work done on scho farm Teachers will have an opportunity to prepare for teaching the subject Great opportunities offered young men who expect to make farming a 6191iCherry President Bowling Green Ky 412t The people from Columbia and out the county who attended the Russell Springs Fair report a good showing stock the attendance large the two last days and that the Association made some money The Monticello Band made the music rendering many ve fine selections The longest and most expensive stretch of concreting is now being put- down by Mr J N Coffey At a low hidm en s It will probably add a great deal more than that amount to the value of his property LostA small black dog white VallneY country pay that will lead to his recovery H 0 Grider Russell Springs Ky The air services conduct Russellfhome on Sunday afterncon was large attended The next service will on Greensburg streets at the home Mr Allen Walker The Taylor County Baptist Bible I statute will be heldat Friendsh Church Bengal Taylor county Tuesday August 30 1910 An interesting program has been arranged and the will be dinner on the ground Those who are to speak have doubtless re ceived a program and know the subject each one has been assigned Lost a pair of gold spectacles tween Becks Store and Columbia The finder will be rewarded Send or leave them at this office J P Hutchi son Rev WJ Levi idin a big meeting at Greasy Creek Church Green count Up to the 10th oft month there h th8Baptistchurch restj x L tc i ttfrfiiu I tl18tMatrii 1fk s i1 IDeath of Judge M CrSaufley The intelligence of the sudden death of Judge C Saufley received in th br morningoughtceased friends and admirers in Columbia where he was partly educated and where he taught in the M F High School in his early man hood The end came suddenly at his home in Stanford Friday morning He had gone from his residence to the barn to feed his chickens and was found dead in the lot a few minutes thereaf ter He was a lawyer of recognized ability a finished scholar a polished and eloquent gentleman When the war of the rebellion broke out Judge Saufley espoused the cause of therSouth and joined the Confederate army going to war if we lave been correctly informed from this place For bravery and efficiency he was soon promoted to the rank of first Lieutenant and served faithfully until hostili ties ceased He was born andreared in Monticello Wayne county but when he returned to Kentucky he located at Stanford Lincoln county where he successfully practiced law until he went upon the bench He was serving his third term as Circuit Judge when the end came Jn 1888 he was appointed JUSIticetory of Wyoming remaining in the West until it was admitted to State hoodThe funeral services were held at tanford Sunday afternoon many rominent people from different sections of the State being in attendance ov J R Hindman and Dr J H beingbrotherinlaw a ed the services J FROM A FRIEND mtJudge M C Saufley He was one of publicean eloquent as a speaker No man of his day could use cleaner and purer English when he spoke than Judge Sauf ley He was one of Kentuckys very finest lawyers and graced the bench in the Statefor along time He disliked any thing which savored of dishonesty He was the soul of honor I had known him for more than 40 years and had wa admired him for his abilities an droYp grave m HindmanofNotice Sarah JV Webb et al Plflf V8H Deft f To satisfy execution No 1844 which issued from the office of the clerk of danY of July 1910 in favor of the Master Circuofit Court and against Romulus B Foley for the sum of 3Q542 Three hundred five and 42 dollars with 6 per cent an Set3p paid sixty cents the cost of this action I will on Monday the 5th day of September 1910 the same being the first day of a regular term of the Adair County Court at 1 oclock p m or thereabout offer for sale to the high est bidder on a credit of three months the following described property or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy said debt interest and cost i One undivided ninth of two tracts of land in Adair County Kentucky on ti onwaters of green river as the Proper of Romulus B Foley The first tra contains 68f acres and the second tract contains 40 acres and lies adjoining the tsC wifee23rdonow rec in it County Clerks Office in deed book 2 whin biis made for more particular description maea own by Sarah J Webb as widow oi G AC Foley Purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security and bearing interest from date until paid Pattesonbe413t S AG Every night during the Fair a first class theatrical troupe will entertain on the Miller lot on Water street The peopleaid istangthejr own liht Doritbe one but buy and aellcy oer property through the RealEa tate man Heal a lawyer who can uamine titles and get up deeds itsiifal fern Twit Mt kw suits 2t- rtL B4 X2 r Adair County at Russell Springs Fair The following Adair county people were awarded premiunsat the Russell Springs Fair Best combined stallion mare or gelding 3 and under 4 Brad shaw Cravens 2000 Best harness mare or gelding any age Coffey McBeath 1000 Best combined stallion mare or gelding 4 and over Jo Coffey Jr 1500 Best combined stallion any age Jo Coffey Jr 1500 Best 3year old harness stallion Bradshaw Cravens 1500 Best 4year old harness gelding Bradshaw Cravens 500 Best phaeton pony Mrs Sallie Kelly 1st 1200 Best string of horses4 in num ber Bradshaw Cravens 1500 Best harness mare Bradshaw Cravens 104 Best harness gelding T A Fir quin 1000 Best 5 gaited stallion mare or gelding Mrs W E Bradshaw 5000 Luther Conover was there with sev era fine head of cattle He got first money in every ring in which he showed Several of our horse men also got second money Buy a season ticket from Jo Russell or Fred Hill and save some money time and trouble Mrs Myrtie Gadberry who was a niece of Mr H 0 Smith of Greens burg died at Fairplay last Monday morning Mr Smith and his daughter Mrs Horace Taylor passed through here Monday afternoon to attend the funeral Clearance Sale gofd to make the following low prices for the next 30 days Ladies and mens slippers 400 value at 298 350 value at 224 325 value at 219 225 value v at 148 200 value at 139 150 value at 100 135 value at 98 Dress Goods All summer dress goods u regdular price Clothing 1500 suits at 998 125 v at 848 1000 at 648 800 i at 529 600 at 31 g 500at 300 Other goods at right prices Special for Saturday August 20th glassware and notions an endless va ety Le Chelf Knifley K tainedflhefollowing Madge Rosenfield Edna Lewis Jenn McFarland Ina Hulse Katie Murrell Maja Eudalia Messrs Fred Hill Ro m Judd Ray Flowers Edwin Hulse Tom Judd and Robert Todd Ladies silk hose SOt mens silk socks 50c at Russell Co 402t Thieves entered Frank Burtons store at McGaha last Sunday night and stole a lot of postage stamps and some other articles Mr Burton notifiad the Sheriff early Monday morning saying that he had sentfor bloodhounds laehickory 3ct0 0 eet timber and together or will sell the timber bwoeat r county orby Ky stock for the Fair from other 1counties will commence arriving the Fairiswill open next ng at 8 oclock deMasons Quart Jars 50c i GalJ 70c Russell Co Mr W L Walker has recently had his dwelling handsomely repainted giving new life toits appearance Mr Gilbert did the work The gates at the Fairgrounds will be thrown open next Tuesday morning lie ready to drive in The Farmers Institue for this county will be held Columbia on September 23 and 24SAeaken will be here t address theamstitute Arftw ft wIaatst cttk- y WiCJ R r J y f Death of a Good Woman hourMrs homeinsevertyfour year old and had been a MethodistChurchnative of Russell county and had re sided at the Springs about fifteen or eighteen years and was known and communityHerhomes throughout Russell county and an immense throng of people attended agekhusbandour knowledge Mr O B Vaughan and Mrs A R Humble Somerset and Mrs John Payne Denmark Ky The interment was at Jamestown Sun day afternoon The News desires to extend its deepest sympathy to the surviving husband and children with 0the admonition that God alone can com fort the broken hearted IThe School of Music Persons desiring a full course in Vocal and Instrumental or Public School music will enjoy unexcelled opportuni ties in the Western Normal Writefor special information Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky 412fc John Halladay sold one mare mule for 160- Season tickets for sale at Russell Ballards and at Paull Drug Company Wanted 1000 bundles of oats for the fair Will pay a good price Elzie Young Z T Williams closed a meeting at Albany Ky August 7th resulting in ten additions to the Church d2yodto attend Born to the wife of Hugh Noe Au gust 12 1910 a daughter Mr Hugh Richardson has sold ones half of his livery outfit to Mr Walter Goff Season tickets for sale at Russell Ba lards andat Paull Drug Company Reduced prices on fruit jars at Rus sells Co 402t The theatrical troupe that will enter tainhereall next week will be quarter ed at the Hancock Hotel The Jeffries Hardware building has received fresh coat of paint adding much to its appearance Mr J A Young handled the brush worthr i Watyboughtes seven anYeaverage per Five of the mulesieWanted at Columbia Hotel chick ens and eggs Highest cash market price paid Be sure and visit the Southern Amusement Company which will enter tain four days at Fair Grounds next week M R Gabbert closed a meeting at Freedom in Russell county Friday night Aug 5th resulting in 14 addi tions He will begin a meeting at SaturTbuyingandout having the Real Estate Man to look up the title and get up deeds in legal form Buy from the Agent and know what you are getting 402t I Strayedfrom my- premises one 2tr jhundredJhas about 2inch stubs Finder will be ju rewarded J R Bennett 393t Columbia Kyi i i 4 3IiR W Patterson Silas A Douglasa andR T King all Casey county dis tillers were before Commissioner F R Winfrey recently charged with it making false reports to the govern ment They were held over and bondv i ed for their appe rance before the Federal Court r Every Little Helps Thatiislwhy a man gets excited and J goesupyon his property when yott ask himjtoprice it He will liatitchoap tt er1F thlapq agentwn there is no im Mediate PrarPgctofa ale Moral Bay tbe Rl eltate man Hedoa ti ou 4OJt e1 i c ac it d ADAIR d x0fi- THE COUNTY NEWS2 i Petersburg IIK To Adair County News I left Adair county two weeks ago and came to Louisville from there to Bloomington Ind and from there to Patrickburg Ind and from there to Terre Haute thence to Mattoon Ill and to Decatur Rochester Springfield and arrived in Petersburg yes terday morning When I left Adair county we had been having an abundance of rain and the same condition seemed to prevail all along my route through Indiana but crops seem to be as fine as I eyer saw in the State In Kentucky between Leba non Junction and Louisville there were many fields of corn partly drowned out but corn generally booked fine From Louisville to Bloomington along the rivers especially White River there was considerable damage to crops by heavy rains but Indiana crops as well as Kentucky crops generally looked promising VI stopped over a day at Bloom ington It is the seat of Indiana Universitya fine town of some 12 or 15 thousand souls It is said by well informed persons that the morals of the town are not of the highest order It holds the record for divorce suits Many Kentuckians live in Bloomington among whom the best known to Adair county peo pIe probably is M M Rhorer who was once a resident of Co lumbia He is very wealthy he owning a good deal of real estate in the town The most noted towns between Louisville and Bloomington are Salem the birthplace of the Hon John Hay Secretary o f State under McKinley and Roosevelt Mitchell the place where many of Adair countys boys come to work at the large Portland Ce ment Plant Bedford where there is an enormous amount of stone querried and shipped to various parts of the country The tallest iky scraper in New York City 34 stories is built of Bedford stone s Orleans the place where the branch road intersects the main line for French Lick and West Baden Springs two of Americas great health and pleasure resorts called the Carls Bed of America I- Marion visited Mr S M Bryant at three miles from Pat rickburg Ind He was former ly a resident of Gentrys Mill Ky He is getting along fine and owns his home I spent two days and nights with Mr Bryant and from there I went to Terre Haute I spent only about five hours there I was expecting to find Henry Vires who was also a former citizen of Adair county but I did not get to see him on account of his be ing out of town From Terre Haute I went to Mattoon Ill over the Big 4 Road through t Paris On this trip I saw fine crops of corn wheat and oats growing Jna very fine level country Around Mattoon they grow an t abundance of broom corn as well i as the staple crops of corn wheat iiand oats 1 Mattoon is 85 miles West o Terre Haute From there 1 t came to Decatur a distance 0 J j vfe miles North West which IS a fine manufacturing town and ih i as fine a sectionolctlntricu MrfT Ytn x there is in the State I stopped one night in Decatur and from there I came to Rochester a distance of about 30 miles I found plenty o f Kentuckians about Rochester I stayed two nights with another old citizen of Adair county Tunwell Bry ant He works for Twist BrosI on the farm and is doing well tI was around Rochester four days and came to Springfield 7 miles and spent about eight or nine hours in seeing the sights I visited the State House the State Arsenel Lincolns old Home and Lincolns Monument and many other places of historic importance and interest- I then came to Petersburg 22 miles North West I am staying a day or two with Alec Sinclair who came tot this part a few weeks ago This is a good section of countrythey can raise almost anything here The old Salem Mill that Abraham Lin coln tended in his young days was located on Sangamon Rivera short distance above Peters burg and the cabin in which Lincoln lived stands down on the bank of the river Old Salem is now turned into a park of beautiful grass and shade trees and is known as the Old Salem Chautauqua Grounds The Chautauqua is held there every August It will begin the 10th and continue to the 25th of this month TrulyIRobert N Anderson nOW to Make a Burn Painless When living in Calcutta many years ago I fell asleep one even ing while smoking a cigar to wake up to find the lighted end of the cigar on the back of my left hand plus a burn the size of a rupee The burn I dressed in the usual way with oil etc notwithstanding the pain was so great I did not sleep all that night the acute pain not subsiding till noon next day Some weeks after I burnt my other hand in a similar manner Know ing that oil had failed to keep away the pain something put it in my head to try paper so I tore a piece off the Calcutta daily paper I had been reading and applied it firmly to the burn with the result that in less than half a minute I felt the pain getting less and before the minute was up the pain had gone Since that date I have had many burns all of which I have rendered painless by the immediate application of a piece of paper As I do not remember speaking to anyone who knew of this cure nor having found reference made to it in any medical book I shall feel obliged if you will kindly let it be known Seeing paper is within the reach of most folks when they get a burn they have only to remember this little incident to avoid hours of unnecessary pain The immediate ap plication of any kind of dry pa per will doJohn Garroway IsSale I have for sale the farm known as the Gurus Wheat farm at Montpelier this county It contains about 190 acres well improved good dwelling all necessary outbuildings well watered ex cellent orchard about 20 acres of fine andtone Adair county The farm is a fine body finefcrops gram by the Columbia and Jamestown road farmsfNeighborhood and school near Will sell at a bargain and can give possession this falL W A Columbia Ky j rT yrL i1r 1 rrf t Jt 7t lfr j Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1910 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or cor rection of dates London August 234 days Shelbyville August 234 days Columbia August 234 days Liberty Aug 243 days Elizabethtown Aug243 days Erlanger Aug 244 days Bardstown Aug 304 days Frankfort Aug304 days Nicholasville Aug 303 days Fern Creek Aug 304 days Hardeiiburg Aug 303 days Barboursville Aug 313 days Florence Sept 13 days Hodgenville Sept 63 days Monticello Sept 63 days 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 214 Falmouth Sept 284 aysI Henderson July 265 u Removing Stains Coffey in which cream has been used is very hard to get out of fabrics It is recommended to rub the spots with pure glycerine then rinse in warm water and press on the wrong side The glycerine is claimed to remove both the grease and the coloring matter If oil or grease has been spiltI on the carpet spread a French chalk over the spot cover with a sheet of blotting paper and iron over it with a quite warm iron A paste of Fullers earth may be used in the same way only let dry and then brush off instead of ironing Repeat if necessaryTea stains will generally disappear if boiling water is poured through the cloth where the stain is while the stain is fresh Javelle water applied to the spots then thoroughly rinsed out will usually remove them if obstinateFresh grass stains should be soaked in alcohol or in molasses Some claim they should be greas ed with lard before using the alcohol but for nonwashable ma terials this will not do John G Carlisle One by one the great sons of Kentucky whose names are link ed with her earlier history are passing away Gradually memories and traditions are taking the place of living personalities John G Carlisle is dead and irrespec tive of party Kentuckians recog nize that a man who brought honor to his State has left a gap in the ranks of its citizenship that will take a fullmeasured man to fill His political career was an ascending scale from Representa tive in the Kentucky Legislature to Secretary of the Treasury under President Cleveland Atone time he was spoken of as a possi ble candidate for the Presidency but his refusal to enter the race ended the boom that friends and admirers had initiated The story of his success in pub lie life is founded upon a charac ter that was flawless in its inte gray and unremitting tin its industry He was an able and impassioned speakerwho never attacked a subject until he hid mastered it and in debated wtt i aR r t Jt i a foeman worthy of the best op ponentHis death marks also the grad ual elimination of those men who characterized the Cleveland DemocratI fully appreciated the worth of that little group which the last Democratic President gathered about himof bigger statue and broader gauge than any that have led its forces since It would be a strange tribute to the Democracy of the Cleveland era if the party convention in 1912 should name Judson Har mon as its standardbearer one of the few now left who had place in the Buffalo mans Cabi netLouisville Heraldr Pat was Scared The manager of a wild animal show was so unfortunate as to lose by death the only lion in his collection After trying in vain seIcuredhis exhibition on all fours in the lions cage wrapped in the dead beasts skin This plan worked well enough for a while and the public was fooled One night however it became necessary in the course of one performance for the lion to enter the tigers cage Pat pleaded strenuously behind the scenes against being sent into the other maneaters presence but his employer was unyielding assuring him repeat edly that the tiger was harmless Though wellnigh dead with fear Pat after long and vigorous per suasion at last crawled into the tigers cage No sooner was he whatIa per Please dont bite me I ant no lion Im an Irishman The tiger appeared thoroughly disgusted and in a moment he growled back Shut up you fool so am 1 Keep Up Her Milk V rWhatever yon do try to keep up a cows flow of milk after she once comes fresh It may be possible to bring her up again to a considerable extent after having dropped but the under taking is difficult It costs much to bring her back even partially than to keep her up from the start With plenty of good clover and bluegrass pasture and an abundance of pure water it ought not be hard to keep up a cows original flow of milk at least within reasonable limits When the pasture begins to dry up give the cow some good pro tein feed like alfalfa cowPeas or clover hay If these cannot be obtained in their stead give some wheat bran or a few pounds of cattonseed meal The Crippen case shows the marvels of modorn science The man was on broad a ship unsus picious of the arrest which was certain to follow his reaching a port yet the newspaper in this country and in London printed stsries detailing the actions every day of the suspected man and his companion We in Cites knew whAt Crippen was doing yet he did not know that anybody knew who he was Thew1releeslWlvedsftiJjarid nowitis the means of capturing it it criminal ydr lti t oAr4J 4 t I r f The Fruit Garden Every farmer should have his own fruit garden The consump tion of fruit has increased enor mously in the United States in the last decade or two but strange though it may be this increase has been in the cities and towns rather than in the rural districts Too frequently the farmers diet is restricted and fruit does not enter as largely into it as it should Every farmers table should be provided with a bountiful supply of all the kinds of fruit that can be grown in his sectionFruits are not valuable in the diet because of the actual amount of nutriment which they contain but because of the aid that they give to digestion They assist materially in a healthy intestinal action and their use in greater abundance will result in better health for the family and to a considerable extent reduce the cost of living Moreover in these days we hear much about various pre servatives which are put into many of the canned goods sold on the market If fruit is canned and preserved at home this dan ger will be obviated and we leave it to anyone who appreci ates something good to eat whether the marmalades jellies and preserves made in the farm ers own kitchen by his wife or daughter are not superior to anything which can usually be purchased in the stores The location of a fruit garden near the house will assist materially in making things more homelike a point whichevery farmer should have in mind Too frequently the fences about the home are broken down and their places taken by masses of weeds and briars while the last coat of paint on the house was probably put there a considerable time since by Messrs Sun Wind and Weather These things should not be and the presence of a welltilled block of fruit trees adjacent to the house certainly assist in making the surround ings more homelike and cheer fulEx Spooning in Public Public courtship was upheld in the pulpit by Rev G L Morrill pastor of the Peoples church at Minneapolis in his sermon on Sunday This was in answer to a popular appeal made to the city authorities to stop spooning in the parks Adam and Eve were placed in Eden to spoon and their children have been at it ever since Ming ling winds nodding flowers hills that kiss the skies that mingle with riversand waves that clasp each other are but a commen tary on Solomons words that two are better that one said he The rich have palatial parlors or private parks in which to make love or they gp to ocean or mountain by auto train or ship where they plan marriages that often ends in divorce and death The poor walk or go in street cars to parks and lakes where they read books of nature and learn lessons of repose cheer hunility economy and benefi tense then meet and mate and make happy marriage and home Love making which is proper in the home or parlor is just as pro in a public park tlswron is wrong everywhere Jin public or private 3a t 4i tt f r t rr rr f Roundabout t The very budding barrister as sumed the approved legal lookof indisputable superiority Now my good lady he ob r servedshaking an admonitory theIpreciate the gravity of the ques tion Endeavor to concentrate what brain power nature has en mer fendant bear to you 1 Eightho responded the good lady Is fathers cousin was my cousin once removed and is mother marryin me uncles only brother good lady interrupted the IMY despairingly lam not here to solve puzzles Well Im blowed ejaculated the lady You was talkin jest nah as though youd corner ed most o the brain pahr goin If you adnt swanked quite so much Id a told yer plainly an simplyl Ese me brother London Answers GiverIt is a mistake to confine turkeys in small enclosures By na ture they are roving birds and get their feed over a wide range Turkeys should be raised with turkey hens because the young poults with chicken mothers will not range as widely as they shouldThe young turkeys should be turned out in the fields just as soon as the dew is off the grass and should be allowed to remain out until dark If they are driven into the poultry house about dark and giv en a feed of grain or dry cornmeal wet and squeezed dry they will in a few days return of their own accord Of course they must be brought in every night because if they are allowed to roost away from the poultry house they are likely to be destroyed by animals If the young turkeys can be in duced to roost in a large tree near the poultry house they will do very well there because the tree is the natural roosting place for turkeys We know a woman in Virginia who raised about 200 turkeys every year and they all roosted in large trees in the yard at the rear of the house An inclined board is placed against the tree so that the ppults can get into it when they are quite young Many of them continue to walk up the plank to the first branches even after they are fully grown while the others use their wings to reach the branches Young turkeys cannot thrive in damp quarters They should be well ventilated and placed where they will get plenty of sunshine Young turkeys should never behuqiedor driven home or quickly forced into the poultry house They are deliberate in their movements and shQuld take half an hour or more to find their roosting places and settle down forthe night Farm World y v Struck a Rich Minet sw Bends of Coal City Alaeagsfi he struck a perfect mine of health in Dr Kings New Life Pills for they cured Trim of Liver and Kidney Trouble after 12 years of suffering They are the beet pills on earth for Constipation Malaria Headache Dye pepaia DebUj ty j5cataull Drug Co V J4 1Q k rt t A p i j iF rf a r i L tii I tt h L i a I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 LN Time CardtR- AIN In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND Lv LOUISVILLE AR LEBANO- NNo27 700 am 942am No 28815 am 1004 amt No 79 SOSpm 740 pm No 2I 800 pm 1000 pm N0Ml 630 pm 900 pm NORTHBOUND iKAIN LV LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE 024 548am 750 am 078 752am 1015 am 028 430pra 665 pm 2628pm 815 pm 2732am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93are Sunday trains on- lyHOTRhWILMORE w M uimiaonH Prop P FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates KYCrenshaw ISeDe RY SURGEON I Special A tt ne tin t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin 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 LOCATIONNEAR stablesIONBURKSVILLE STREET Res Phone 29 Office Phone 401 Dr James Triplet Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK l1t Dunbar Dentist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone AttoneyAtLaw fIJ Will practice m this andadjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky DR M E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia Kentucky Sj ccial attention given to Dentistry Dis eases of the Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes OFFICE Located In barn back of Hancock Hotel The Adair Caunty jl V yi- Vf NeWsf r1And T 7 a OurierJourflaI One Year For p zi htiI 1 i i i1J Columbia District Fourth Round rs Mannsville Mannsville Aug 2021 Campbellsville Sta Aug 21 22 Columbia and Tabor Tabor Aug 2728 v Cane Valley Milltown Aug 2829 Spurlington and Early Union Ridge Sept 34 West Tompkinsville Sept Oo 11 Temple Hill Sept1314T- ompkinsville Sept 1718 Gradyville Pleasant Ridge Sept 2425 T L Hulse P E Farm Notes1 Butter must have a good color The cheap ram is a heavy handicap x Cottonseed meal is fine for put ting flesh on sheep The brood sow will be bene fitted by an occasional feed of oatsBooks are often the cheapest and best equipment on the farm Watch the ewes closely rA lamb disowned is generally a lamb lost The first litter is not always an index to the brood sows profit ablenessSoil be thoroughly pre pared to good depth well drained and enriched The cow must have pure food good water and good health to make a good cream When people have stock that can be recorded its a shame to overlook the process There is a vast difference in cows and its the dairymans du ty to find out the difference Every dairyman should make up his ration to suit all his condi tions and the necessities of his cows Hogs prefer ear corn in a mud dy time Ground feed is at a discount then as so much of it is wastedThe laying of soft shelled eggs sometimes results from overfeed ing and sometimes for want of egg shell material For early hog pasture sow oats using three and three and one half bushel per acre Such a pasture will last until June Roup the scourge of poultry keeping in cold climates must be prevented if pleasure and profit are to be gained from the busi nessDont starve the dry cow just because she isnt bringing in any income at present Later she will pay back all she gets now The great drawback about dairying with grades is the loss of the male calves You should not sell them for sires and they seem too valuable for vealIA sensible horse nowadays is not afraid of an automobile These vehicles have come to stay so it would be best for you to in troduce your horse to them Sweet oil is a safe medicine to administer to animals It never injures but is valuable in chok ing bloating inflammation or constipation of the stomach or bowels During the winter eggs sold in towns and cities at from 40 to 60 cents a dozen During the sum tn randearlyfalleggsearibe reserved orplacedin cold storage very easily Good judiesytbat1t will be at least two eausbefore the supy ply of hop caD be made to equal t the demand The high price of breeding stock curtails what would otherwise be a large in crease in quantity t Plants should be sown with re- t ference to their size and habits of growth some require distance and others thrive better when planted close together The gardner must know his plants as the farmer doeshis field crops For wounds made on horses or cattle by barbed wire fences there is nothing better than a composition made of carbolic acid half an ounce glycerine eight ounces and water eight ounces A syringe is a good thing to inject this into the wound Many of the wastes and by products of the fruit farm and household are utilized by the fowls and changed into valuable poultry products Fall pigs and spring pigs both should be kept growing from the very start This does not neces sarily mean that they should be kept overfat To give milk is the natural function of the cow but this function cannot be performed to advantage unless it is fostered by the right kind of care and feedIts a shame to whip or jerk a skittish horse that has shied or been frightened by an unusal ob stacle Soothe him rather than try to unnerve him With fruit trees the constant effort should be to keep the fruit bearing surface as near the ground as possible It will make the harvesting of the fruit much easierIf has breeding quality and uniformity it is easy to fit it for the show ring on account of the fact that they willput in the right place every bit of feed that they can use Bees will produce more extrac ed honey to the hive than comb honey yet the higher price that comb honey will bring makes the income derived from either hive about the same For the general farmer and others keeping not more than one or two hundred generalpur pose fowls the natural method of hatching and brooding cannot at present be improved upon t Sick fowls or those a little under the weather should always be fed soft mashes preferably cooked and in small amounts It is best also to separate them from the other fowls and put in dry warm quarters Popcorn should not be planted near field corn or sweet corn II the stigmas of the popcorn are receytive when the pollen of the Indian corn is ripe it will mix Popcorn usually matures earl ier than Indian corn and may be planted later If your system of farm mana gement has not been profitable reduce the area of arable land It is no disgrace to fail in the management oia large farm Few men have such extraordi nary ability You may have suc cess with a small farm Try it The one great advantage in hatching ducks early is that they icaIibeput on the market early and a better price realized If Iwellfedducksgrow very rapid l for market by the time they are ten weeks old at which age they Will weigh asHtiiich again as chicken of the au WUII q Pointed Para grapes Most excuses are lies wrapped in tissue paper Too many people set examples that shauld not be hatched 1Sooner or later the crooked man will find himselfin straits There is a vast difference be twenhorse sense and horse talk Two heads are better than one except when you have a head ache The lady teacher who cant make her eyes behave must have unruly pupils The man who has not time to waste never gets into an argu ment with a suffragette Fire a gun with one eye closed but it is advisable to keep both eyes wide open in a horse trade If a man cant compliment a woman on anything but the beauty of auburn nose its up to him to remain silentChicago News J Lite on Panama Canal Has had one frightful drawbackma laria trouble that has brought suffering and death to thousands The germs cause chills fever and ague biliousness jaundice lassitude weakness and gene ral debility But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malaria troubles Three bottles completely cured me of a very severe attack of malaria writes Wm A Fretwell of Lucama N C and Ive had good health ever since Cure Stomach Liver and Kidney Troubles and prevent Ty phoid 50c Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Thoughts for Housewife It is love that makes the world go round but too much loving may cause the other half to go off at a tangent To keep your paths straight accountIsquare your love round your honor perpendicular and your temper never on the bias Blue thoughts after pink teas and yellow views with black onIin family A merry heart doeth good like medicine but foolish mirth has spoilt dinners and appetites Neither let bad deals shatter your ideals nor your idols get away with your ingots Dont let the altitude of your pride change the attitude of your friends nor the longitude of your whims the latitude of the gossips All clouds may have silver lin ings but between a stubborn man and a willful woman in an ill ordered home they may drift a long time without showing it Generally it is up to the woman to bring the man down to reason Long menus for weak livers and strong words for meak natures are some of the microbs of misunderstanding that threat en your learnings toward each other TheBest Hour of Life I t Is when you do some great deed or discover some wonderful fact This hour came to JR Pitt of Rocky Mt N C when he was suffering intensely as he says from the worst cold I even had I then proved to my great satisfaction what a wonderful Cold and Cough cure Dr Kings New Discovery IB For after taking one bottle I was entirely cured You cant say anything too goodof a medicine like that Its the surest and beet remedy for diseased lungs Hemorrhages LaG PAe Asth ma Hay Fey sany throat or Lung DottIeeea sJ i o i Summer Clearance Sale r Following our usual policy to rid our stock of discontinued patterns short lots odds and ends t we have inaugurated our Summer Clearance Sale ifyou visit Louisville get acquaintedwith our cut prices onS 1IHubbuch Bros Wellendorff I 522 524 W Market SttLouisville LiXXXXEPXXXXXXY X Xi Kntuckyj i FRANK CORCORAN F ui h Grade Marble 9Granite Cemeterrwork See US before o you buy 4 Represented by C Gf JEFFRIES in this and adjoining counties Main Street Lebanon Ky n Color in Eggs A pure breel of fowls does not always lay eggs of uniform color In fact quite the contra rYeEven in some of the oldest breeds the eggs will vary from a dark brown to almost white Many beginners have mistaken ideas along this line and are of ten disappointed in purchasing eggs by their lack of uniformity in color Color of egg shells is seldom considerd by breeders of thoroughbred stack in mating up a peri for breeding Size shape color or plumage is considered rather than the color of the egg a hen lays Take all the Ply mouth Rocks all the Wyandottes Rhode Island Reds etc and others of the makeup breeds They cannot be expected to lay eggs of uniform color The pref erence for a uniform color while desirable is a matter of taste and not an index to the quality of the chicken the egg will produce Free Liver Remedy It is well to stop a physical ail ment at the first signs of its approach and that is especially true of liver trouble which can eventually give complicationsMany it is indigestion and hence take the wrong remedy When the liver does not store up suf sluggishandbowels with which it is supposed to work sallowcomplexion ofthoway to stop the trouble as well as to cure it Is by the use of Dr Caldwells Ingredientsespeciallytivity of the liver Among the many thousands who have written the doctor about the results whoarogladJasKennedyLa Rue of Smiths Grove Ky and many others thouSflndsofothersstartedthe resstYOtte11ispromptly one a bottle and the latter I familyThisover cathartic tablets and salts which only do good for the time being Syrup Isgeaaaritnot stand a violent purgative pleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining toI aletterj yoursbannst otbarwis sForeater r quMt the doctors 0IIdJNU f i5 THE LOUISVILLE- TIMES fOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF TilE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS 500 A YEAR IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET TilE ADAIR COUNTY- NEWS AND lTDE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere Has the best corps of corres pondents ICovers the Kentucky elper ICoves the ggeneral news field completely Vv Has the best and fullest markets r lr1 reports j DEMOCRATIC in politics but fair to everybody SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPT lION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER not to Tire Louisville Times garden most vegetables require sunshine as well as plant fo6d and moisture Other things being equal a southern exposure is referableNas this gives a maximum amount f t ofsunlightang will be favorable j gro pf early plants 1i Care should te taken to a Qid a l northern exposure jra site t sheltered sun b f build iD8 T 5 P r t it h v f n 1 H 11 t 4 THE AL AIR COUNTY NEWS c c d LL lpE ADAIR CODY NEWS Published Every Wednesday- THE Adair County News Company INCORPORATED 4 CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted fo the in test of the City of Columbia andsthe people of Adalr and adjacent counties Iv Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as sec and class mail matter fED AUG 17 1910 r It is announced that Ballinger twill soon retire from the Cabinet that President Taft has the as surance that Senator Aldrich will 7 not stand for reelection and that Cannon will not likely be a can- didater for Speaker of the House This is given out to indicate that the President is cleaning theI augeau stables that he embrace the Democratic senti ment so prevalent in his party unite his forces andenjoy another victory Now in the days of adversity he is willing to part from his political pals for the sake victorywhen they have fought his battles and he has openly endorsedthem It is not P our opinion that the President is 1xa true that he is a real statesman cr that he will be able to influence many Republi cans who are in favor of knock ing out Aldrichismfand Cannon izing Congress Mr Taft has openly endorse dy both He has sympathized with the people and- o pandered to the interests He was outspoken for a downward revision o f the tariff while a candidate and as an official Ke placed his signature to the very opposite HeSand his associates promised prosperity but they gave us uncertainty fears and depression Before his election the people the country stood far above his political party but since his inauguration he has used the lash it is claimed to suppress progressive sentiment and solid ify his party In fact he wig gled in and will wiggle out fort s the people are in touch with thee bitter pill they are forced t o swallow under the thin agar coating of reform promises They want the genuine article what i ever it may be labeled accord i ing to the pure food law With rfa campaign for downwardre vision of the tariff with a plat form pledged for it both overturned to satisfy the protected industries and monopolies that 4fatten from the hard earnings of Presit dent is not in position to check the stampede that threatens to wipe out his party power in thej next Congress The G 0 P is inr dire distress The President is 1 trying to pacify and solidify but rthe peoplethe plain people eell realize that the tariff tax levied to feed the overfed toSnake the rich richer at the expense ipr of those who toil and its v downward revision is bound to- come The tariff can not be justified as a necessity for in- dustries it can not be defended j as a means of advancing the peoples interest it is simply an avenue f or unjust collections 5f from the people to add to the jmassive fortunes The game fjlias beenlong and well played It has bound Republicans togetli erwhenall other means could f ii r knot do It 1t can fio longer betd ts made the test of Republican iaith for te burden u oogrjey j I jkM f or ous toe bourn The President as truly as many others sees the danger his party is in If it yields to the demands it gives up the foundation the very food that gave iJ pow rand maintained it so long If it stands pat the people will overthrow it Tm Presidents middle ground oft t promises and his ingratitude to the standpatters are not likely to be accepted by the intelligence of the country as evidence of deep love for the people It has come and is still coming just as we felt and predicted before his election that no man who does not believe in the divinity of Jesus Christ should be President of this country for even of large mental powers he could not ado vance the general good Confus ion depression uncertainty and disruption now prevails through out the country It is given out that the figures of the recent census will not be publisheduntil October The population of the United States is thought to be 90000000 Papers over the State are speaking in very complimentary terms of the candidacy of Hon Jamas Garnett for the Demo cratic nomination for Attorney General The News will publish the expressions at an early date Mayor Gaynor of New YorkI who was shot by a assassin isimproving nicely and hasIwhoInot prosecuted but an examination be held as to his sanity Forty thousand Knights Tem atIChicago last Tuesday viewed by a half million spectators Her mann G Gressmann a Templar of Chicago was caught between two cabs and so badly crushed that he died in a few hours His wife was watching the parade and did not know of her hus bands death until after she reached home j1 Hon A Floyd Byrd of Winchester was nominated by the Democrats of the Tenth district lastlWednesday acclamation Hejisa winner There are two Republican candi dates the presentlincumbent and an independent It now looks like Kentucky wilL have ten Democratic Representatives in the next Congress Jo Wendling charged with the murder ofAlma Kellner was landed in Louisville j illastFri1 daymorning His trial will not come up for severallweeks as all the Courts are taking vacation He says he is innocent of the crime and has issued a call ask ing for money to defray the ex pensesof his trial That everlasting sweating of Wendling from San Francisco to Louisville has created sympathy for himl Mayor William J New York was shot and danger ously wounded by an assassin last Tuesday morning of last week just as the Mayor was departing on his vacation for Eu ropey He was on the steamer Kaier Wilhelm Cruse at the pier in Hoboken41rJ when the jf sijbowas fireda aMasam was etoffKt and he gave his name its f Jules Barnes Gal har of 444 Third street NeM York He d claimed that proclamations issued by the Mayor had deprived him f the necessities of life If the Mayor dies the assassin should be electrocuted if he recovers the verdict of the jury should be imprisonment for life v Jt f Garlin r We are having nice weather and business is moving along nicely Corn is looking fine in this part Mr S C Neats children of Columbia are visiting their old home and their grand parents Messrs W F Neat and John Rule Miss Flora Bet East has re turned from a trip to Indiana and Cincinnati where she has been consulting specialists and we are sorry to say she is no bet ter Mr and Mrs W F Neat and daughter Miss Pearl were visit ing Mr and Mrs Ben Royse last WednesdayMr Mrs J L Cooper spent last Sunday with Prof and Mrs Huffaker Mr win Rigney made a flying trip to Campbellsville last week Miss Katie McGee of Horse Cave visited Miss Willard Huff aker last Monday night Miss Lula Roysespent last Sat urday night with the Misses WalkupMiss Flora Bet Collins who has typhoid fever near Disapoint ment is no better Little Miss Nancy Royse has been visiting her grand mother at Columbia j Miss Katie McGee who has been visiting the Misses Tupman for the past several weeks has returned to her home at Hose Cave The singing at Prof Huffakers last Saturday night was well at tended and all present enjoyed- it Mr Blanton Jones of Glenville has been in this community looking at the John Rule farm with the intention of buying We wo nlbe glad to have Mr Jones locate here while we will regret to give up Mr Rule and family m Russell Springs Mrs Mollie Humble and broth er Mr Otho Vaughan Somerset are at the bed side of their mother Mrs Vaughan who is very ill- There has been a large crowd in attendance at the Fair Messrs Chewriing Bradshaw James and Walter Goff and Tim Cravens Columbia were here for the Fair Mrs Bartleson and sister Miss Laura Tuttle Monticello attend ed the Fair Mrs Tina Wells has returned from an extended visit to Colum biaMiss Ellen Epperson Phil visited Mrs Ara Wilson through the fair Mr Eli Tarter has purchased a lot here and wills build at once Drs Harris acid I atfieldare in Cincinnati bn business this rig v week eragent1iE Lr Sinclair and wife Columbia visited 1tljYBeIl1d wifelaatweek R t I i 1y l i J i ajj iI tII The iPII Begins Aug 23rdand Continues 4 pays I I f IS p i or Jr If yoii expect to buy a Buggy this fall S Wy not purchase it how and have the pleas = I ure of using it next week IAlthough we have had a big Vehicle trade this summer we still have a number of attractive jobs on our floor which we will now I sell exceptionally low prices t IWe might also add that our stock fiBuggyJiar11ss is complete with some of thee best and most UpQto = date Styles ever shown lJHn Columbia = = S Come to see us at once and get a bargain r T iIII Rood Hardware CoSatisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refundedf i i UNDERTAKERS We are prepared t To Furnish Undertakers Goods it t i IJr- and Embalm Call or Write Us THE BUCHANAN LYON cn tIncorporated CAMPBELLSVILLE KENTUCKY Edith The basket singing at Spout Springs waa largely attended and all reported a nice time Miss Mattie Evans who has been quite sick with typhoid fever is better at this writing Several from this neighborhood attended the f irat Russell Springs last week Miss Fannie Williams was the pleasant guest of Miss Annie CampbelMast Wednesday- Mr Grover Carneal who got his elbow dislocated is better at thiswriting Mrs Minnie Harmon and Mrs Mary Williams made a flying trip to Pellytori one day last week Miss Cora Corneal spent last week with her friend Miss Er mine Chelf of Case Creek f fc Mont Harmon sold to Mr Josh Beard one mule for75v 14 x4 v 3Mi 5 tFk ranceuBtr spent last wk withhtr friendNat RUMeU Sprinr r x1 GuJanteeto 2 Give a trial We Please oit 1 Table supplied With the iiesKf he Market Affords 1 J S1Meals MILLEN HOUSE owf t It D MILLEN CO Proprs Located oh Railroad St one square east of L N Station r Lebanon Kentucky Russell County Institute Resolutions Ihe following resolutions were by the Russell County- Teachers Institute held the first- week in August 1910 Whereas the attendance of r the children of Russell county at the common schools for the school year ending June 30 1910 was only 48 per cent of their l number and- Whereas the average scholar ship on the part of said children is not as high as it should be and Whereas these conditions are largely due to a lack of that fine professional spirit which should make the teachers regard each h other as brothers in a great cause and- Whereas when Kentucky shall have become great educationally allandthe attributes of a great state we shall not want Russell county to1be a weak member of thist community of noble counties and 11dY eats D6 Kimamn and 1ba bey lsboring to- wardahe t ndrn J 1Zh a Therefore Be it resolved by the teachers of Russell countyI in Institute assembled That we work together to increase the attendance of the children of our county to at least 60 per cent of the total instead of only 48 percent That by zealous activity we raise the average scholarship ofiour pupils That we cultivate the profes sional spjritas teachers by speaking a good word for one another whenever practicable by standing by one another in our work and our discipline and by not applying fora position before consulting thep resent in cumbentAThat we makeCla long pull a strong pull and a pull all together to place Russell county among the progressive counties That we extend to Drs Kim aman and Craig our thanks for the scholarly and masterly way- i which they have pointed t the way to a solution of our problems and That we extend to the people of Jamestown our forrthe hospitality with which they have Ideated us white wong them JB Smith f K M Montgomery fCommittee William Stry f 1 pt i i 1 r q J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 OOOa + O O+ 40 +tQOOOOiOO + OOOOOoo o o ooQtI r A 0 r r OY s Y A I i tOt 0oo O t o O Af0Wehave the Greatest and most Complete Line of VEHICLES ever shown in our Repositories before While it is a fact conceeded by lOt0 all that we at all times carry a greater select from j vaL 0AND MORE BUGGIES AND HARNESS 00 Than any six or eight dealers combined in all this South Central Kentucky We are now in position to offer you Greater Bargains 0I 0 than ever before As was stated in this paper last week we have been very fortunate in securing a fine lot of Strictly Up = to = date Jobs at 0I 0 AN EXTREMELY LOW PRICE 0I O FromManufaturer who had built the work for dealers in the Flooded district who had canceled their orders We have decided that gg FOR THE NEXT 15 DAYS vr v 0o 0tlono kind of a Rig you want we have it and will guarantee to save you from 1000 to 2000 onyour purchase over prices that can be made lityou by any other Dealer in this section s i 0 tYd 0 i WW AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIAtOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0 PERSONALe t yi Mr E 0 Stone is here for the next week Mr W D King returned Louisw r yule today- Mrs r L C Hurt has returned from Louisvilleta Mr Sam Lewis is on a business trip to Louisville Mr W 1 Meader is here for the next few days Mr I N Wells was here from Rus sell county Monday IirrJ P Nunnelly Horse Cave was here a few days ago k Mr A G Norris made his regular trip to Columbia last week Mr Bryan Baker of Pensacola Fla is spending a week in Columbia Hon Geo Nell left last Thursday morning for a health resort in Ohio Dr E A Waggener made a trip to Louisville and Middlesboro last week Mr and Mrs W H Wilson spent two days at the Russell Springs Fair- Raymond and Ruby Harris of Louis yule are visiting relatives in Columbia Mr Attis McFarland county clerk of Russell has returned from Oklahoma tIreJ A Caldwell and Mr Julius Stapp were at the Russell Strings Fair MrJ H Graham of the Greens burg bar was here Thursday and Fri dayMr S F White Deputy postmaster was on the sick list several days of last week Mr Dan Hatcher of Campbellsville was here to see our grocerymen a few days ago Mr W T McFarland attended the funeral of Mrs Eveline Vaughan Rus SpringsMr Chewning and wife of Coburg visited relatives in Columbia Jlast Friday Mr and Mrs J P Hutchison visited relatives in Hart county several days of last week Misses Pearl Hindman and Mollie Caldwell spent Saturday night and Sun day at Milltown Mr It K Young Marvin Young and wife and Mr Allen Walker are at the Burkesville Fair Mrs Leo Baldauf nee Miss Hattie Lewis jof Louisville is visiting her parents jin this place x Mrtawrence Pickett and Miss Vara 4r Hutchison attended the Russell Springs Fair last Wednesday I Mrs Frances White of Ozark and Mia Cary Cabbell of Dunnville were C shopping in Columbia Monday BWii R W Wallace of Valdosta Ga will visithis mother Mrs Amanda Wall lat Coburf this week klM BeM Purdy of Bradfordeyille wjll rritSaturday to spend week of Fair r nth3 iaiWinn Dobone yr l lr Iry J B Rasner who was on the IlIr list for ten days has very much improved His wife is reported quite sick Mr John Lee Walker and Miss Madge Rosenfield will spend several days of this week attending the Burkes viile Fair Miss Winnie D Dohbney returned home Friday after pleasant visit with friends at Bradsfordsville and McKinney Ky Miss Myrtle Zimmermon of West minister S Cand Miss Paxie Moffett of Let anon will spent Fair week with Miss Vic Hughes Mr R B Conover who is auditor of the Butterfield Lumber Company Norfield Miss is here for a few days visiting his parents GenIbeeniIiIedhome last Tuesday afternoon Mr A S Chewning Jo Coffey Trt and Mr W E Bradshaw all had good horses at the Russell Springs and each awarded one or more premiuns Eld Tobias Huffaker left Monday for Milburn Carlisle county Ky where he will be the principal of a school for nine months beginning Sep tember 5 Mr WF Hancock and wife have arrived from Frankfort and will remain until after the Fair Mrs Sallie Brad shaw mother of Mrs Hancock return ed with them Mr Velmer Antle and wife of Sul phur Springs Texas who have been visiting relatives at Russell Spring left Columbia on their return trip Monday morning Mr H 6 Grider Russell Springs was in Columbia Thursday enroute to Cane Valley to see hit daughter Mrs Mont Powell who is lying very sick with typhoid fever Messrs J H and Walter Goff Tim Cravens John A and Ernest Harris Pink Dunbar Ed Sinclair and wife V Sullivan and wife attended the Russell Springs Fair two days Dr C D Moore who lives a few miles out of town has been quite fee ble for several weeks It is feared that he will not be seen at his accustomed place on the amphitheater next week MrW G SimPsr n who is cashier of the Citizens National Bank Ma redian Miss stopped over here a few days while enroute to his old home Burkesville where he is attending the Fair this week Mrs Chas Pyle of Hustonville who is very ill at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Samuel Breeding in this city is reported some better Mrs Ora Fields a trained nurse of Kansas City Mb came last week and IS in- chargeof eco Mrs Rbllin J ry PM and jrttlittlei fauf liter Kartr3ft today for Columbia hi re they Will Mrta vacation from his duties as foreman of The Times officeThe Somerset Times Mrs B M Currie of this place and her sister Miss Maja Eudalia of Nebo Hopkins County who has spent a very pleasant visit in Columbia will leave today for Cloverport where they will remain a week then go to Miss Eu dalias home where Mrs Currie and her two children will visit several weeks The following couple were at Griffin Springs last Sunday afternoon several remaining until after supper Lettie Dunbar Nat Walker Amanda Bulter Clyde Crenshaw Rose Hunn Leslie Chapman Mary Tupman Jim Pelley Lizzie Feese Will Wilson Bess Hunn Mark Holladay Lena Todd Golan But ler Harvey Vanarsdale Edwin Cravens Mallie Moss Herbert Smith Additional Locals Farm For Sale I have for sale the farm known as the Cyrus Wheat farm at Montpelier this county It contains about 190 acres well improved good dwelling all nec essary outbuildings well watered ex cellent orchard about 20 acres of fine timber and excellent store house and one of the best locations for business in Adair county The farm is a fine body of limestone land and produces fine crops of grain and grass It is divided by the Columbia and Jamestown road and would make two desirable farms Neighborhood unexcelled Goodchurch and school near Will se Jma bargain and can give possession his fall W A Coffey Columbia Ky WANT A FARM OR a A tome in Town See GP imythe The Real Estate Man More than 60 good farms for sale in Adair Cqunty 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 Homes in Columbia and the villages of Adair county More than 30 homes for sale in Columbia the town of beau tiful homes located on almost every street and avenue Some very elegant ones Some bargains Prices ranging from 200 to 6000 Call and see iny list K If you have property for sale list it It costs nothing to list 1 come in touch with all the buyers I am assisted by hustling n8llll nenlocated in differ tparts of tte sovuJEy We can l your property for iou df you wish to buy or 11idoriJt worry but see G Pi Smythe 6KBo W Garoett BuiWing Cotembia Ky t 40tf I GOOD FARM FOR SALE Near Campbellsville Kentucky 115 acres 2 miles of Campbellsville Ky on Spurlington road 7 room house 2 good barns 38x50 feet 2 log barns grainry hog house and all necessary outbuildings 12 acres sown to clover this spring 10 acres of timothy mead ow 20 acres of timber good orchard 3room tenant house smoke honse chicken house watered by springs Telephone in house On Rural Rout land lays level This farm is going at a bargain Call on or Address Frank Bowles R F D 2 Campbellsville K- yMARKETSLOUISVILLE Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer 550625 Beef steers 350557 Fat heifers and cows 3 00525 Cutters 7 200300 Canners 1 002 00J 2504151Feederd Stockers 300500 Choice milch cows 35004500 Common to fair cows 15003500 HOGS Choice 165 to 200 895 Mediums 130 to 165 880 Pigs 0 800 RoughsS 775 SHEEP AND LAMBS r Best Iambs 750800 Culls 550650 Fatsheep 400550 GRAIN V Wheaty 125 Corn v 100 Local Market The following isthe Local Market todaytEggsHens 7 09 Chickens L 1Q Cocks 77 OiV Turkeys6 to 8 Geese 4J Ducks lrSv 6 Wool clear grease vC2Q to 22 Wool washed 7 28toso- Hides green 06 to 7 Hides dryr fw V14tol6 Feathers Vv 35 to 40 aBees4- fi fr S J ply The health of this community asvery good at presentf Eldridge and Walter Barger left for Bowling Green Normal the 7 t MwrMaudeCoc lid children rof Helm were vial relatives and friends at this plice 1jit rlr ek 0 iiJj Fr4 j1 Jf l1 raITEzy Runin t Ever Lastinij w = asr 4f TENNESSEE and OLD HICKORY FARMit WAGONS iI i H ft t rAJ- The Prices Rerih 11 c Jeffries Hardware Stores I Cost Cash Sale r 2 Mlof qll Dry Goods No itiwo vv- cfeys salC Health makes it- necessary If you want realfbarg t S gains GOME and SEE US l We have one of the best stands In this b J part of the country Lots dwelling and l store cheap at 1500 1i i e G A HELMae Ky e5S1ingment of Mrs Maggie Yates Mrs Patsy Willis visited in Columbia one day Jaait week Tht sectionarea-bout i 1 c b rJ If J y lIr John Brockman and sister ussellI 1dlROJ bail has coinpl etedk dwellinghis Mr Henry TTiipman lost ay voltable e fe w dIYs witbluii1evw J t j 1r f 7 l J THE ADAIh COUNTY WSI6 e q BtJJeflOS i 116 H Srookfriarkefi Iaouistille Kentucky Get our Quota don on 1ElL OOD SefOre yore buy We Will sane You 4 MONEY I 2167Both 0 HARDW Prcs DIETZHAN Sec I WTfyneJMiOiirsuppui Co J ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 IwmiiW iGplTS t mflCHi iSTS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS S AW MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIKTeeWTHMftlN 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for which the corporation has been cording to its prospectus is t- f fcuy and control all the patents fiIficovering the machinery used in thef manufacture of paper and other containers including a per i iected paper milk botdand then to ease l1st dofufSeJl f ibfr machines coMtnicted under h s e 1i 011fiR DWB1lE s CXiipc Cutlery Cans WflGOH MATE lI1 Telephone Phonesw- auwu Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns Porch Material Stair Work i Interior Finish i WhoIesale in South + prompt goo I u HUGHES Main LOUISVILLE Fifth Avenue Hotel Convenient Wholesale 7TCandIClflfTU v iEFIFTHLouisville Kentucky Charles organizedac such patents to the consumer of packages In other words the user of iceIcream oysters mince meat molasses canned goods cereals coffee tea cocoa crackers baking powder phonographic records dry batteries gas mantels stove polish etc must pay for thecuse of a machine to make the container and the rate pay ment is regulated according to the number of packages made regardless of the cost thereof The list of men behind the mo- nopoly contains the names of representatives of almost every great trust in the United States The President of the corpora tion and its controlling spirit ij James Gaylen who until last January was the first Vice Pre ident of the United State Steel Corporation 1- kjjjjjjjj i Brain Leaks The prize for the race is at the end of the course The right made by might usually gets left in the end Good time to save up money for the winters coal bills The older we get the harder itI is to make a train without wor ryingThe temperature may be great ly modified by keeping mentally cool We are very ajpt to dub as crank the man who has ideas differing from our own Honesty is the best policy but the honesty that Has its source in policy is dishonesty A lotof people who think they are live wires are really not connected up with anything We always feel near to nature while browsing in the juicy heart I of a lucious watermelon This is the season of the year when the city man is not so en thusiastic about getting back to the land Honesty now if you think your name is in the paper dont you keep right on hunting until you find its About the time the strong man is boasting loudest of his strength something happens to make him halloo for help It seems that when Johnson knocked over the ropes he also knocked prize fighting in this country out of existence A great many men who de plore the tendency to teach children idleness are more inter ested in the possible profits than in the welfare of the children Staggers Skeptics That a clean nice fragrant compound like Bucklens Arnica Salve will in stantly relieve a bad burn cut scald wound or piles staggers skeptics But great cures prove its a wonderful heal er of the worst Sores ulcers boils felI ons eczema skin eruptions as also chapped hands sprains and corns Try it 25c at Paull drug Co Poisonous Remedies Nearly everything used for killing house pests is poisonous or has one or more poisonous ingredient We read nearly every day of some child falling a vic tim to something of the kind But in ever case parents and those having charge of young children should see that such preparations are put out of the reach of little meddling hands Older children should be careful ly taught to let such things alone and their use pointed out t 01 them Many mothers are careless in handling such things Any receptacle holding anything that is at all poisonous should conspicuously labeled and toI even the children too young read the dangerous qualities should be pointed out and ex plained Children often have better sense than they are given credit for One of our readers has just sent in the following endorsing it strongly as a sure destroyer of roaches Get a bit of blue ointment of the druggistfive- or ten cents worth and mix it smoothly in a pint of coal oil With a feather or small swab apply it toal cracks crevices and holes used by roaches Do this ati intervals of a few days so long as a roach is suspected 1or beitfg about the premises But no matter what one uses in the way of exterminators no houae can be grid of them while TV t tl i f J1 tARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR I7 If so we can furnish anything you may need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof= 0 VI d ing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns of every description Our stock of Siding Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould ing is manufactured from Dry Lumber t We can furnish any material needed in our line and keep the largest and best I assorted stock of Finishing Material of an YkPhone 44 SANDUSKY COMPANYCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY o n f f t f t inILadiesSave Money and Keep Style by Reading McCalls t Magazine and Using McCall Patterns on on all Patterns enable to make in hands yonrIyourself children which be in fit Pricenone higher cents Send for Pattern J We Presents Retting scriptions among your friends Send for free Premium Cash Prize Si damp dirty spots are allowed damp dirty rags or soiled clothing lie in corners and closets Every crumb of food must be putout of the reach of the vile pests andan abundance of soap and hot water must be usedevery where they are likely to be found It is said that roaches will often leave a very cleanly kept house going to dirtier and more congenial quarters Let it be a war to extermination in every householdObituary Again the home of Mr and Mrs J W Day was saddened by the departure of their beloved boy Elam who died after a short illness of measles and throat trouble This is the second death that has saddened this happy home in less than four months Everybody sympathizes with this bereaved family He that is born of woman is of few days and full of trouble but God is love the sun is light and has never failed to find time to pour the balm of healing into the hearts of stricken humanity God is not willingthat any should perish and sometime we cannot see the good of all Gods work the good there just the same The life of this little thirteen inIwe are sure his little soul found rest iixGod When tired of dwelling on earth he sought a home where three little brothers stood waiting at the beautiful gate to welcome him to a home free from all sorrows and trials Dear parents do not mourn for your children as lost but think of them as being with a father who can care for them with more tenderness than any earthly father Gould you behold them in their heavenly beauty amid the radi encebf that white robed band your tears would cease to flow and the sighs of thy sad heart would turn tip rejoicing- A Schoolmate e and Teachtr May 3Othl i LJG t McCaIlVMtaziaewill help you dress styl ishly at a moderate expenseby keeping you posted the latest fashions in clothes and hats 50 New Fashion Designs in each issue Also valuable information home and per sonal matters Only hoc a year including a free pattern Sub scribe today or send for free sample copy McCall will you own home with your own and will style and free Catalogue Will Give You Fine for sub Catalogue and Offer 239 249 37th or as is 1 Mrs Lyda Thomas Died August 1st 1910 Dear Lyda thou has left us Here thy loss we deeply feel But tis God that hath bereft us He can all our sorrows heal The loved form now cold and dead Each mornful thought employs And nature weeps our comforts fled And withered all our joys Cease then fond nature cease thy tears Thy loved one dwells on high There everlasting spring appears There joys shall never die There she shall behold the Savior pureIFor his promises are sure She stands with the saved and chosen In that bright and happy home Where no family links are broken Where no sorrow ever comes Far from this world of toil and strife How sweet her slumbers are From suffering and from pain released Shes freer from every snare She rest unvexed by frightful dreams Of mortal care and woe Nor wake to taste the bitterstream That through these valleys flow Tho cheerless our days seem to flow nightIus That our loved one is safe in His sight When we must leave this house of clay And fly to lands unknown May we then in Christ be found Faultless to stand before the throne To earth are born the strong and weak To slowly scale the pathway steep The Savior is a shining light To guide the wanderers steps aright When the Lord makes up his jewels And sets the starry crown When all the sparkling gems shall shine Proclaimed by Thee thy own There is a realm of boundless love A goal for hearts distressed Where all may find for endless years A home among the blest Yet again we hope to meet thee When the day of life is fled Then in Heaven with joy to greet thee Where no farewell tear i shedA I Facts About Mao The average weight of an adult is 140 pounds The average weight of a skeleton is about Impounds and the number of bones is 240 The skeleton meas ures one inch less than the height of the living man The average height fanEn glishman is 5 feet 9 inches of a Frenchman feet 4 incliand of a Belgian 5 feet 34 inches The average weight EnjflUhoMin ijg 150 pounds fJta c t r 0 Frenchman 135 of a Belgain 140 pounds A man breathes about twenty times a minute or 1200 times an hour He breathes about 18 pints of air a minute or upwards of seven hogheads a day The average of the pulse in in fancy 120 beats per minute in manhood eighty at sixty years of age it is 60 The pulse beat of females is more rapid than of malesThe weight of the circulating blood is about 23 pounds The heart makes four beats while we breathe once Five hundred and forty pounds or one hogs head of blood passes through the heart in one hour The lungs of a man have 174 000000 cells which would cover a surface thirty times greater than the human bodyCana dian Outdoor Life Origin of Baseball Baseball probably grew out of the old English schoolboy game of rounds Some have ad duced evidence that it came from the old New England game of one old cat or two old cat which may be true The old game of tipcat may also be re lated It was played by four six or eight players each stand ing by a hole or base One of the opposite party threw the cat to batsman and every timeit was hit they had to run about the bases Probably rounders and tipcat had the same ancestry At any rate baseball belongs to the family An Englishman seeing a baseball game for the first time might very properly pay This is rounders made scientific We took the old game made rules and amended it until now it stands forth as the national game of AmericaOut ing n Getting a House Rent Fr e7 The Kotherhithe case of horses without owners recalls an interesting instance within the personal knowledge on an old resident of Walworth For a quarv ter of a century a good house was occupied there by a family who werenever troubled by the rent collector They paid the rates and kept their secret But it got out at last and they were called on for jgyment bf the rent and all the arrears theyrmoon The disturber of their peace then quietly took possession and he hid nO more right to the place than had the victims of his bluff London Chronicle I tr jc bHi Tt THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS j Get Well youOfmisery and be happy again If your illness is caused by female trouble you can quickly get the right remedy to get well Its Cardui This great medicine for women has re lieved or cured thousands of ladies suffering like you from some female tro- ubleTAKECARDUI JS9ForMrs Fannie Ellis of Foster Ark suffered agony for seven years Read her letter about Cardui She writes ccfwas sick for seven years with female trouble Every month I would very nearly die with my head and back I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was cured Cardui is a Godsend to suffering women Try it AT ALL DRUGSTORES Weed The people in this community have put in good time during the sunshiny days killing weeds and grassMr J L Moore is visiting the family of Luther Roach this weekBorn to the wife of Clarence Coomer a girl on the 24th Mr Jack Gowen lost a fine mare a few days ago by falling in a gulley Mrs Charley Gowen isqn the sick list at this writing 1 Mr and Mrs Andrew Moore were visiting Otho and Carrie Moore last Sunday Mr Porter England has been pasttMr W L Fletcher made a business trip to Gradyville Tues day Mr Warn Moores twin boys have been quite sick for the past week Mr and Mrs Billie Janes and Mr and Mrs Ben Roach ofMc i Gregor Texas are visiting riends and relatives at this place His week r Mr and Mrs Otho Moore were visiting relatives at Cloyds Landing last week IVIrrand Mrs Willie Cole spent Saturday night with Mr Jeff Leatherrc Wood Mr J H Moore and wife spent Saturday night at the home of Mr JR Yates Mr WB Moore wife and daughter spent Thursday night visiting Mr and Mrs WL- FletcherWheat threshing is the order of the day in this community- Mr and Mrs Gllliam Breeding and little daughter Birtha were visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Jesse Breeding of Lether Wood Saturday night Mr Jimmie Butler of Cloyds Landing is spending a few days thhis sister Mrs Carrie M99reIi Mrs Lizzie Lynch wife of judge Lynch of the Flat Woods i community died of last week and buried ThursdayI trNim Roaches Mr James England of SParksl riflef better known by name ofiinciie Muggins died Thursday I and ifas buried Fjriday at Sparks viII His funeral was preached theftsexe of a large crowd of sor i relativef f- z f i ptr- a Js iJottf t yqt Fl- tt ffi Wr kIIcreek met Morris chapel school out on the road and both schools marched When the march was over and all seated the services were opened up by reading and prayer then they commenced their reuitations which were seventythree in number Bros Payne and Scott conducted the services and Prof C L Keltner conducted the song services Every body seemed to enjoy the occasion There was the largest crowd at Big creek that ever before some estimated the crowd at 12 hundred some t one thousand while others estimated 25 hundred The oc casion will long be remembered by the children of both schools Ozark Born to the wife of JC Bry ant July the 30th a boy Mr Buford Montgomery made a business trip to Phil one day last week Mr Otis Bryant who has been r visiting relatives here for several days has returned home Miss Carrie Cabell Dunnville is spending a few weeks with her rand mother Mrs Fanny WhiteMr J O Wolford Sano visited his father Milton Wolford at this place a few days ago Miss Effie Montgomery is some better at this writing The apple pealing given by Miss Tommie Maupin Tuesday night was largely attended and enjoyed by all present Mrs Maud Coe Helms Landing is spending a few days with her sister Mrs Mollie Hurt Rev John Thomas the travel ing preacher of Williairisburg is holding a few days meeting at Freedom Mr Waymon Rigney and wife Campbellsville who spent several days visiting relatives here have returned home Messrs W C Combest and Grover Bryantare on the sick this week Mrs Lizzie Conover wife of lingerIillness with that dreadfuling disease consumption passed over the river of death She bore her suffering with fortitude and Vhentheia husband and four children to mourn the departure The funeral was preached l y Rev ttttfotn Murrellisi the pre r yRftit It F tor i t IJ of a large crowd after which the remains were laid to rest to await the resurrection morn Russell Springs Mrs Ella Stephens and daugh ter Geneva were visiting at Jamestown last week Mr Dink Wilkerson and wife Liberty are stopping at the Kimble House for a few days Quite a number from here at tended the Institute at Jamestown last week Mr and Mrs John Payne have returned after a three weeks stay on their farm at Sewellton Mr Ethel Hatfield Jabez is visiting his brother Dr Hatfield of this place a few days Alvin Antle son of Mr and Mrs Steve Antle is very sick at this writing- The ball game played by the old men here Thursday after noon was very interesting Quite a number of doctors from all points were here Thurs day to attend the medical meet ingMiss Florence RubertsEunice is here to stay over for the Fair Dr Elam Harris spent last week at Jamestown Mr Fred Coffee who has been from here some time is visiting old friends at this place PicKett The health of this section is very good at present The old folks singing at Pick etts chapel was good Mr Elmer Rodgers is in this neighborhood threshing wheat this week Aaron Rodgers is having a new barn erected with Rollin Pyles as contractorSeveral here attended county court in Columbia last Monday Uncle Bill Pickett who has been staying with his son Tom returned home last Sunday Picketts chapel and Gresham ball team played here a few days ago the score standing 12 to 3 in favor of the chapel Mrs Geo W Pickett who has been in poor health for some time is not as well as she has beenThere is a fine prospect for a corn crop in this section There is some good tobacco in this neighborhood and some not so goodHerbert Firkin of Cane Val ley was visiting at T B Finns a few days ago Ruby Mrs W J Bean was in Columbia Monday having some dental work donetAnnie Harvey was the guest of Mina Scott Wednesday- X W Scott did business in Columbia Monday- S E Estes made a business tripto Columbia one day last week Miss Maymie Bean was the gUestof Miss Annie Harvey Sun day v Mrs XW Scotland daught ers Mina and Ruth visited Mrs Hall e Curry of Rugby Sunday Miss Maymie Bean Was the guest of Mina Scott one day last week I Miss Cdrdia Campbell Sptrksj 11At3tJiitji1f7wf3 rwn J- oo Mrs Jw Harvey visited Mr and Mrs B L Harvey last weekMr and Mrs Gus Hundley of Moody Texas who have been visiting Mr and Mrs J N Hun dley a few week will start for home in a few days Carrie Harvey was the guest of Ruth Scott one day of last week X W Scott is having a nice lot of logs hauled to the Campbell Stotts mill a Gracefully Done The News quoted an editorial pubI vention predicting the ill results that would follow a bosses convention The convention was throughly bossed The reelection of Jud son Harmon seems assured The Press instead of trying to put a hopeful face upon the matter gracefully admits that the Ohio Republicans are in the difficult position of a gentleman attempt ing to cross the bottomless pit on a rotten rail We quote the Press A Chicago editor it was several years ago we believe who sat down to write upon the two tickets named by the two great parties in his State and after calm reflection said for his leader of the next morning this and nothing more When the Republicans name the man they have named arid the Democrats name the man they have named the editor of this paper takes to the woods At the present moment pend ing the holding of our own State pleasantIerwith titId apparently so secure to be a Republican editor in New York than in Ohio As the CourierJournal ob served the morning after the con vention if the Democrats do not win it cannot be said in explana tion of extenuation that the gods were not propitiousFrankfort- News Old Tenth Goes Democratic The unanimous nomination of A Floyd Byrd by the Democrats of the Tenth district will add another to the list of tthe Demo crats who will represent Ken tucky in the next Congress In naming Mr Byrd the Democrats have made the strongest possible choice There is no flaw in his ecord for courage ability and charac ter He can and will command the full party strength against an opposition already divided in to two hostile factions With Field the Democratic nominee in the Ninth it is now certain that Kentucky after March 3 1911 will have at least ten Democratic Congressmen If a wise choice is made in the Eleventh district it is by no means improbable that the Democrats will make a clean sweep in the coming election It has been a long time be tween Democratic Houses and Kentucky is preparing to take a seat in the next Which is as it should be Louis ville Herald FOXES WANTED Red and Gres FoxenrseootoaSauirrelSi rr scrto 100 oons H j15to 126 And JExpress send lame of your express ceinfirst- lettir i I W T HODGENi Id 4 i lii Qi pbliIle 7 r HIInrB t tir i i J J- I 1 ee eeeeeoe es eef- I WEEKLY I COURIER JOURNftL- I HENRY WATTERSON Editor i4 Isav National Newspaper Democratic in It prints all the news without 1pOlitiCSfavor The regular price is 100 a but you can get the WEEKLY I COURIERJOURNALI BOTH ONE YEARo 1eif you will give or send your order to thisspaprnot to the CourIerJournal e Daily CourierJournal 9Yr GOO Sunday CourierJournal Yr 200 e e jWe can give you a combination cut e thlspaper rate qn Daily or llndri you il1lV iteIL eee eee00 X eeeeeee eerrraeeeee iee eeeeee r I Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker Birdsell MilburniJ = =WagonsA car load ofIOliver Chilled Plows i A carload of Disc Harrows A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters andII One= Horse Corn Drills l Will have the greatest and finest displayiof Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trad- eLIMIESALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE J I Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station i on theiNRR t d Woodson Lewis I r TheMerchant Greeiisburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to The Adair untyNews and CwirteNournJil gothcQieYearforL5O L 1 wrt 9kE fj j 1 vYt1s fJf rXf rt t t J isH 1 rC 7i fit11 tf- o is 1itir t i i A THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSf r y Grad vllle I I Ur t l i n A Diddle spent several days Jtt S lphurWel lastweek 1 Uncle Clarlie Yates is improv fingall 7 Mrs Bruce Montgomery of Columbia spent a few days of last week with her mother Mrs y J D Walker at this place Messrs W L Grady and Til den Wheeler are taking in th Burksville Fair this week Mr Phillips of Lebanon was here last week looking for mules He offered Mr J A Diddle one hundred and fifty dollars for a mule colt Mr Diddle refused the offer Misses Ruth and Rachel Craw for of Columbia spent several days of last week visiting Mrs J A Diddle of our city Mrs C 0 Moss accompanied by her sister Miss Mollie Flow ers visited Mrs R L Caldwell of the Milltown community last week Remember the protracted ser vices at Union beginning on Sat urday before the fourth Sunday in August Mr J 0 Moore and Mr Ji W Keltner two of our best citi zens spent last Friday in Colum bia Mr George Rodgers of Mill town spent one night with Mr P H Keltner of this communi- tY last week and reported that Mr Keltner has the finest crop iof Burley tobacco anywhere in this part of Adair county Mr Luther Bell and family I accompanied by the formers mother passed through here last Friday en route to Montpelier where they willspend a few days visiting the family of Dr S A Taylor James Q Diddle and James Wilmore spent last Saturday and Sunday at Sulphur well They reported a nice time Mr SA Harper informed your reporter that he received a letter from his son Mont a few days ago who has been in the Standing Army for a number of- year3and Monts many friends ara glad to know that he is still in the land of the living and get ting along nicely in the army Mr J D Walker one of our prosperous farmers as well as business man is on the market for any kind of young stock that is worth the money He recently bought a nice bunch of young t cattle all sizes and grades in S connection with a nice bunch of stock ewes Mr Walker is a fine judge of stock and when he makes a deal it is usually a good investment feKw days ago of calling on Mr Geo H Nell at his home and of to 1 the usual conversation passe- over by callers he invited me to take a walk with him over hi farm and take a view of hi growing crop and we are glad to say here in behalf of Georg- Henry that no one in this section rhas as fine a prospect for acorn and tobacco crop as he has at this time Mr Nell has some thing like twenty acres in to c bacco and it is looking fine for this year as we all know this is note a good year for tobacco but to say the least of it his pros pects are fine for both tobacco l and corn He also had us to J Ttake aview fhisc n druitthatl t is nearly as e sands of the sea shore The last J J It cc l yayMJjval rFt ipv frr n r 1 i J t but not least by any means that he called our attention to was his turnip patches just as nicely prepared as could be and we feel safe in saying if thi ground produces as well as it looks like it would the Western end o f Adair county will be well sup plied with vegetables so far as turnips are concerned Austin Wilmore and Charlie spentea few days with their relatives at this place the first of the week Born to the wife of Bascom Jones on the llth a son Mother and child doing well This adds one more to the Democratic columns in old Gradyville We were all glad to see J A Caldwell last Friday as he came into our town with a full line of Bradfordsville overalls James was looking well and just as jolly oflourI will ring off for this time as your scribe has been on the sick list for several days Milltown The weather is fine at present- B H Gilpin of Campbells ville was here last week Dr Roberts of Nashville Tenn and Omer Leftwich Indianapolis Indare Mr William Breeding of thi place this week There were two Mormon preach ers in this town one day last weekJ Townsend was in Greens burg one day last week Mr Ed Slinker who moved to Mr J R Tutts farm several months ago has moved to Goo Luck Metcalfe county There were several acres of tobacco pooled at the last met ing here tMr Dan Gentry caught three large catfish below Feese mill last week One measured three feet and the other two measured thirty inches each All three together weighed 25T pounds J Q Alexander was here on day last week f Otis Moss Greensburg passed through here one day last week- J F Caldwell of Columbia was here one day last week Several from this place at tended John Ro in5on s show at Lebanon last Thursday MILLTOWN NO 2 r Dr J H Grady of Columbia was here last week W R Lyon of Campbellsville was here last Wednesday calling on our merchants R L Davis of Columbia was in our town last week Mr VA M Mercer was in ThursdaydFarmers are about thi oug yielsexpectedsJ H Slinker of Portland wa weekeMr J M Campbell represent ing the Cumberland Grocery Co I of Lebanon was here last week Mr Tandy Ellis and Joseph E Johnson spoke here to large crowd of farmers in the schoolhouse here last Thursday night After the speaking thee pledges were opened to the people arid nearly every one signed up his tobacco for the year of 1910 In all date countries weal estate transfers are made th ogh Aen The p opl 9f Adair county are c 1 2 i a r y f 0 s f M c t 1r Cae V ney iyliv and Mrs tJ W Edrington were visiting the latters brother Mr Jno Sharp in Cumberland county last week t Miss Lizzie Elevens of Camp bellsville lIdays of last week at this place Mr Ed Vanhoy has contracted for a new residence one mile south of this place on the Colum bia pike T A Furkin Bob Hancock Jake Vanhoy Willie Callison Susie Kate Page Mary Feese Bill Hancock and Mr and Mrs Bill Kelley attended the Russell Springs Fair last week Miss Amanda Butler a popular young lady of the Mt Pleasant neighborhood was visiting her cousin Mrs Wm Kelley last week Mr and Mrs Kelley are quite pleasant and if you want to have a nIce time give them a call Attis McFarland county clerk of Russell and brother of John and Sollie McFarland of this place arrived here last Thurs day from Bell Plains Kansas where he had been visiting his brother Jo Attis is quite a mod el young man and after his notfKygtookstwo premiums at the Russell Springs Fair last week Bill Hancock took one on his mare and Bill Kelley took one on his pony and all will be present at the Columbia Fair next week Mr Ode Nethery of Mt Eden is visiting his sister Mrs Willie McAllister Cnfinedjtot Adair County News sIwill write a line or so to the News to let my friends Jcnbw how I am getting along I am with my same olA job with the P Rail Road Telegraphing j liking the job better all the time rewas and of course I got the best girl in West Texas I think We are keeping house getting along fine We expect to visit in Kentucky in the near future then you can see how you like my choice As to crops in this country they are just about a failure The feed stuff is gone There wont be any feed made at all on account of the drouth and if it dont rain soon the little cotton will be gone but it dont seem to worry the people much They are as cheerful as though they were making a fine crop Guess this will do for this time EnclosedC find 100 for the News another year With best Wishes for the hYours am W Gf Leach sF1 Drummers have been plentiful at this place for the last few days V Sullivan Dan Curd Ed Cook Neighbor Jesse Hatcher and jollyHatcherI Staples all called in to see R Roach last week Mr John Hamilton of Gaskin was visiting friends and rela i fives in this section last weik Mr and Mrs B G h9fMcGregor Texas w h d have velautotive5 m this section will start on- their return home Monday v v FtILy i tt2r j i = If r S IK 7K II KIRIK v 11 v 11I II I7f KI1I71Ii7iffi 7KI V fl u- t SchoolVI t A Safe Place fo put your Children ill 1u mJk R 11 tt5 BUSINESS l EXPRESSION ii w MUSIC m ART I1 1 I j 1 flSTEAM 1 EATj ELECTRICn C LIGUTSl ya 1 v si IS 1 Fall Term Opens September 5 7 19101 I7 Hy MX H Do put off your Education Now is your best time Next year you willie I 71 Dolderand more interested in other thIngsJ Iv JKjKiinCmr 1vr 11 1 11 7l COMING Il f COMING f I KaDeliKritchfield Big Pavillion Shows One Solid week at Columbia STARTING AUGUST 22nd ilQuntrytheywillneighboringpapersentertainment for Ladies and Children We guarantee to present ONE FEA TURE that can be presented by no other show in America This is the First Appearance of the KaDellKritchfield Co anlrilandTown These shows composed the best Dancers Musical Artists and Commedians that time money and years of tOaDpeoplesur- prises Our pricesor Admission for this engagement v j l t ft Only I5c for Children and25c for Adults q Remember this is a Guaranteed attraction for one week beginning Aug21910 andlhave been spending several days with their parents at this place will start for their home Monday W P Shaw while on a trip from his home in Cumberland county to this place with a load of wool one of Jiis mules stepped on a copper head snake The snake bit the mule and was but a short time until it was sick that JMfc haw4iad leave itindPt aibiliftr rnuie to J mlke the trip witK V l 43a1 t2f r c NR and B G Roach were in Edmonton Monday Thomas Roach was inyour city last Thursday Cora Bohanan is on the sick list Mr Arthur Riipe one of Breedings prospeKOlis farmers was in this section last week While here he employed t h e writer build ma large to bacco barn Mr Rupe basa large crop of Burley anpart of itbloQrriiftg but it wone long untilhe have iit toPedFandm v tiye Pt i 7K 1m Jt m w m I 1j k iJCt not m t In are of who next it so to Mrs to will rI gocd shape Logan Roe our blacktbith was in Breeding last weekf Old corn is scarce in this sec iningtherecorn cribbed this fall than there were lastS for Sale ji theGradedlurabiaonc 7 roonn the other i 11 sizelotternnaxeuoftble baif Chairman JtAtjt J tL