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L 1 t z T1 n jq I 4 I lHbe IIjf 4fltD j SIml el8 ff 2j J k r 1 ffi r i r VOLUMF XH COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER fl r1910 NUMBER 44 r 0 I1 j Kentuckians jn the West IioTheNews t Afew lines from Oklahoma might be Mnteresting reading especially coming as it does from a former Rssellcoun y boy but now a Carter county Okla hpmari We have recently had an dec r tion here arid I will tell who was t proxriinentPlaces Lee Cruce was nominated on the Dem Operatic ticket for Govorner He lives ifi Ardmore and is a former Crittend l1 ii county Ky boy and his nominatipn is quivalent to his election C M P Winfrey wag nominated for JGbuhty Judge of Carter county He is j an Adair county man and his office will i pay abo SOOOOOper annum Carter ounty has two Representatives in State Legislature and both are theI tuckians J B Champion of b den county Ky and your writer who r is from Russell county Ky William Kirkpatrick from Monroe county were aselected County Commissioners and I Could mention many other former Ken tlick ans who will fill prominent places mItrucesay are holding their own wherever found i1nd have a baouBwonderful new Sate The above is not written in a spirit of egotism but I just wanted our old playmates to know that the boys from the Cumberland and the Green River sections are makleconditions here lenighjerfect NSi U T Rexroat vv Ardmore Okla Aug 24th 1910 I 1iiStFbWe are authoiized to state that MLl cark Sons big Wild West Shows will exhibit at Columbia about the 30th of this month The bill posters will be here in about 15 days The coming visit thdRshowstofiyeyears i + e Birthdayef I r vAugust 24th being Mrs R P Breed- 4ngs seventyseventh birthday her mfriendser As she received ninetynine cards tit is not to be expected at she answer ed them personally but all who sent cards may zest assured of the fact that t they were aprreciated certainly if they themrtheyjwould all be more than repaid for writingtdoinganythingtqat pastlifeis to be hoped that the future has in stqrefpr her as much sunshine and jjfiappjhess as she has imparted to oth tf niitJhatshe may enjoy many more fItM Death of a WellKnown Citizen tThe intelligence of the death of Mr Robt J Stayton reached this place last Monday morning The end came at his late home on Casey Creek near Roley last Saturday afternoon after a short illness He was in Roley Friday after noon making some purchases and left for his residence feeling in his usual health Upon reaching home he became suddenly sick and a physician was call ed wljo decided the affliction was peri everythingfrihis1 tient gradually grew worse dying at the time above stated rTJie deceased was quite an old man perhaps sevetyfive years old and was a gpod citizen known to agreatt many oftthere sa uryma and was farnilianii called Uncle Bob about the court housed Suhied rJtPy ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT JS stapps Exor pm J irSiDeftsfuooo d iKth above styled action I will on 1Moay September 19 1910 at the Courthouse door in Columbia sell at public auction Ion cash all the unpaid laccpunts as shown by the books of 10 i Sons Jiiermen and the beolcs of the Columbia Spectator which 1 arVdwhfd 01tb estate ofJ S Stapp deid J D4I Gifltt Executor I 442k oJJS Stapp Xa Qoy E 1iid on iu rvfaOIae VUe3 jfljCoha3b fs itpyiarWr L Greaurgij l tr t t The Greensbun GamelI OYSIwcame out victorious The game was witnessed by a large crow 4andperfect harmony prevailed The following in the result 123456789 RUE Greensburg 0 0 0 0 0 0110 v 24 5 Columbia 4 0 0 104 02 0 XL 11 3 Batteries for Greensburg Marshall Shreve and Cox Cblumbia Judd and Holladay 2 base hits TJudd Isbell Young Hancock Dunbar 3 Cox Base on balls off Marshall 2 off Shreve 3 Struck out by Judd 3 by Shrev 2 Umpire Durham Just Right The following from the Harrodsburg Herald is stated correctly The man who gets into his head just rjght that he should attend to his own business and not worry sq much about th noelong and die fully as happy and possi bly have a little better time going through the socallqd vale of tears There are people who have nothing else to do but criticise the clothes worn by their neighbor people jffho gossip about other folks and that their own bick1yardcats people who want to reform the whole universe and who need th tremselvessome of the hills are a little steepbut you attend to your own business and t the other fellow attend to his un ss you are invited in either as a friend or on a salary there will not be so many discordant notes in your life So leayebim1 v Public Sale i ofiSeptember take laisussell Springs road Terms xnadisknown on day of sale 4 good work horses 2 I nulesxtra good milk cow 6 head of stock cattle 15 head of fat hogs 7 head of stock hogs 3 good farm wagons 3 ood buggies 1 good surrey 1 good owing machine and rake and farming implements of all kinds Two hundred barrels of corn 15000 lbs of good hay 2 good cultivators 1 good disc harrow several sets of double and single har ness 2 man saddles atid other thing too numerous to mention Terms of sale made known on day of sale 442t t 0 urt Kinross Iowa Arlair County News I enclose you herewith draft of 100 for which kindly send me The News for one year I am enjoying the best of health and have been successful in banking here so ar however selfishness has not overpowered me enough but that 1think of my Russell and Adair friends arid I know of no better way of keeping in touch with them than to read the News It was with regret that I learned of the Popplewell and Miller trouble in Russell and both families have my sympathy They wOre both friends of mine With best wishes for The News and inquiring friends I remain Respectfully RG Woods JPublic Sale On Wednesday the 5th day of Octo ber 1910 I will sell sixty head of fine young jersey cows to the highest bidders The cows will be fresh in De cember and January The sale will take place in the town of Columbia i t 444t JB BarbeeI A dispatch from Greensburg sent out Saturday says Mrs Charles Stults of Summers had a narrow escape from a horrible death yesterday afternoon Mrs Stults was ill and her husband was a considerable distance from the hous in the field at york About 3 oclock noticerl1the yIeepinged but the building was damaged several theladyof Messrs T R and Geo F Stults of this place X The one hundred and sixth annual eeof h RuslItek Associ iaI ton WillP8 held at the Bptist chur therj1bDdTle Hiaion will bj called to order ToInpU7 at fQ oclok a m Wr 14th w4l all thvrii ar iiIfs i i i Mr Marshall Yarberry Dead The death of the subject of thisno tice which occurred at his late home two miles from Columbia Friday eve ning at 8 oclock was not unexpected He had been in declining health for about one yearrnd for the past two months his condition was critical hjs wife son and physicians having no hope of his recovery He was first taken with dropsy consumption following The deceased was born and reared in Adair county and was about sixtyfive years old when the end came He was the father of Hon M Rey Yarberry and had a wide acquaintance over the county His son who is in the revenue service reached his bedside two weeks ago and constantly attended him until the final dissolution His faithful wif sat with the son and the tenderest care was given the husband and father Mr Yarberry was a law abiding citi zen and had been during his entire life dying at peace with his God and leaving enemies A kind and sympathetic man gone to his rest The funeral services were held late Saturday afternoon conducted by Eld ZT Williams and the interment was in the city cemetery Many friends attended the last sad rites The News joins the people of Colum a in extending to the Widow and son epest sympathy admonishing them to look to God for comfort in this their ying hour New Order Pensioners who live in the country as well as rural mail carriers will be in terested iri the new order just sent by the Postmaster General The our authorizes the rural mail carriers to administer the oaths required of the pensioners and their witnesses This eliminates their coming to town to make out their vouchers The fee of the rural carrier can not be over twenty five cents and although this is small there are some carriers who have a- largentlmberof pensioners on their oute and it will mean quite a little um in the course of a year Many an old soldier will be pleased to hear this ews for it will save him many a long drive to town Now he can deal with his mail earrier at his own gate PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W H C Sandidge Ebinezer F J arger Mt Pleasant Z T Williams Columbia J R Crawford Columbia J A Jphnsti Gradyville J HRoodslt Carmel J F Turner Red Lick W J Levi Trammels creek B M iCurrie Columbia S P Stapp Providence T E Ennis GreensburgJ W S Dudgeon Milltown In the rush to write up the paper last Monday unintentionally overlooked the ball game played between Greens burg and Columbia the day before the Fair opened The Greensburg boys arrived in due time and at 3 oclock in the afternoon the game was called and the playing was exciting from start to finish resulting in a victory for Greens burg the score standing six to five The Green county aggregation werea fine set of young men their deport melt in Columbia meeting the commen dationof the entire community For Sale Three pure bred Aberdeen Angus bull calves 6 8 and 10 months old W L Walker RevB Ili Curl went to Clover portlast week and met his wife and children The little daughter Mary who had the misfortune to get her let arm broken in this place several months ago was carried to Louisville with the view of an operation After Dr Vance examined the fractured arm he decided not to operate and gave his opinion UrightIare now at the home bf her parents in Hop kinsville county where they will re main until after Conference Mr J Tandy Ellis of Lexington a reader and impersonator entertained at the courthouse last Saturday evening The program was made up rof humorous and pathetic letionland it was well renderwd The old time negro soDgabrought down the house and his other Dumber were uLtouching jlfr Ellis IIootonthpltformrla enter tiain to please his friends Mr WiT McFarlaidnt5 jith m very painftlco1dst JMt TuyWU att1ebQmeqr H Hugh doing some carpia work whmS pIaDkfeUi itnikingMii on t- hotkaallr H i r SuggestiQnt t iTheJco did tl e e with the Gr ThadedeJIighSchooFcourse pe buirmanentlyty in the long run a large amount of money and redown alike to the interest of thecounty and town by making one si institution where all the r ir tiogthoroughly educated This can be dpne now by what may be cal4eda minimum outlay by the county In the county of Russell we under stand they are arranging to erecfca building at a cost of some ten or twelve thousand dollars for the purpose of the High School Adair county fortunate ly can avoid this expense by coop6r atihg Wiwi the graded school already established at the county seat and by so doing avoid a large part of the current expenses required to pay teachers and otherwise provide for needs of the school Thegradedschool having purchased the old Columbia M F High School building is very fortunate in having a desirable location for the t mheredormitories and t orhemscholbuilding Either the county or town or both acting together should secure these buildings to be used in connection with the school As the school grows and there is no doubt about it growing in p Arosperityneed them and need themvery much and the opportunity to get them should not be lost It is especially to the interest of the count to have them if it i Jsthe county to cooperate with the trustees of graded school instead of putting up buildings and running an5i- nependentschoold + Citizen A Card of Thanks v I Want to express my gr titute to our neighbors and sympathizing friends f t 1gheF Speer who dle August 131910 I h Able to i Snomeheart full of gratitude to our friends lam sincerely Frank Speer For Sale thirdMQridaYincuit court I will at the courthouse door to the highest bidder sell my residence and 18 acres of land in the Sthisperty will be sold for cash in hand J432tMr B FRoe Jleftyears growing fourteen inches long and faultlessly shaped The grains are llediWhenhisjentiresample the people of the county need not fear that meal will he scare this winter By reading the article headed Kentuckians in the West it will be seen t5izenby the Democrats of Carter county nOlIl1inatlonposition pays 3000 ayear From this qn I will tanimyill for 100 Money to be paid at the gate 442t Sam Mitchell Rev J E Crawford will preach on the Bible teaching regarding Ihe- Titheon next Sunday morning The open air service will be held in the yard of M Antics home Bomiar Heights at 530 p roAcordial invitation Qan to attend theaoservices vil1etwasthe services of Mr J G Eubank to pap r his dwelling which hasjust been completed by the carpenters it is a large twostory building finished in the latest style Mr Eubank will go to Amandaviire in about a we k to Pap er the orooras and Halk T A ltte barn owned bjr Mt JG o Akin Spjarksyilte was jitruck byligltih nine last Sunday aftarnpqn and almost Alitroyed There Were two hid of JigiiiM tejthebanii 1iRft tfc 4ere npf lurt Mb Akin J ajotr gentlemwi aome- wqt a at 1J6pb OV Xt fV Opening of The LindseYWilson Quite a number of pupils were enroll nrondayThemorning Pupils will arrive daily for Opbuildings jahavethis session than in any year of the pttipnssooner students enter the beter it will be for them The institution has a SP at aghisDCRreaching Rev D H Howerton of Burnsides Ky will preach in the Baptist church on Wednesday and Thursday nights of this week instead of Thursday and Fri day nights a former announcement Everybody invited to attend these ser mon Farm For SaleIMy farm of 40 acres situated on the Columbia and Campbellsville pike 4 iles from ou fotbuildingschard Sold on easy terms 44 3t Wm Francis Election Officers 1 A list of election officers for primary election to be held on Sept 15th 1910 d ir County Kentucky West ColumbiaJ L McLean Judge M L Mitchell Judge M C Winfrey Sheriff Jo N ConoverClerk East Columbia Robert Pennycuff udge Charles Sandusky Judge J C Strange Sheriff Junius Hancock Clerkv Keltner W C Rodgers Judge W H Kemp Judge J K Rodgers Sheriff J H Pickett Clerk- MilltownW H Burris Judge C L Hindmant Judge Sam Baker Sheriff Jo Bramlet Keltner Clerk JudgeWSheriff H J Conover ClerkcJudgefalkeheriff JP Coffey Clerk M tBurtonJ A Goodin Clerk Casey Creek WC Wplfprd Judge J S Hovious Judge W W Abet Sheriff John J Humphress Clerk EgyptDink Dillingham Judge W H Absher Judge J W Foster Sheriff Cortez Sanders Clerk GlerisforkZT Taylor Judge Geo W Collins Judge W F Sandersr riff J W Marshall Clerk fTurnerohn Darnellf Clerk Elroy Geo IlL Akin Judge N R Roach Judge J B Garmon Sheriff H Janes Clerk Cane VaUeyW H Russell judge John Dudgeon judge Melvin Gave Sheriff C S Moore Clerk Gradyville Prank Firqum judge AmosKeltner judge Ed Baker Sher iff Eafe Akin Clerk For Rent One house with four rooms with good garden good spring with 1 acre lot barn chicken house smoke house House 16x20 used as a grocery store one blacksmith shop Nearly all kinds of fruit in garden lota dyardgood opening for a country grocery store and blacksmith shop Nice place to igliveon the Stanfordroad joining and in eluding a part fjthefiippetoe Springs Willany time Price for rent vy reasonable Terms eash orM Sd papers For further informa tibn apply to Dud Lawless Denmark Ky Mrs Ann Yarberry who was bereft of her husband last Friday will remove from her present h ome to Columbia viiJitlifort iS 4 iStf FIVe uipc J8zs y pigs entitled to register will w igh about 80 pounds Luther Williams Montpelfer Ky The 1ai rain ate utfihg the firii It a iMatM obe to late corn I rreriU b t jireaching at Disap clo1 house D6Xt td5ftOO t9C br ffc B1u 44 Cu4ba is pibIic- t JiuYttSdtL Iis o lIt ApPty to Co E Ddran ti r7 4IIti J rGraded School Begins ganits5th Promptly at 830 ocock Prof Wilson called the school to order The ninE exercises were conducted by rJ L Crawford of the Presbyter hurch After the exercises he ve one of his best talks to the students All the School Board and many rons were present to witness the ning Mr Summers made a very helpful talk then Prof Wilson told the the studentsand patrons he was glad to ain be with them and gave them me idea of what the students would expected to do There were one hundred sxtyrfive enrolled The school with its excellent faculty promises to beta grand success Before the week ends therewill doubt less be two hundred names on the roll t k Secure a Certificate Under the law the Western Normal has the power toissue the Elementary Certificate the Intermediate Certificate and the Life Certificate which ntitIerthe holder to teach anywhere in Ken tucky for two years four years and r life respectively without further exa inatio1 Information as to the amount of work required for each cer tificate will be furnished when desired CAddress H H Cherry President WestelnNormal Bowling Green Ky 432t v jBuy your fertilizer from C E Young t 43lm Only seven days until the Republican Congressional primary in this district The Septemt er term of the Adair Circuit court will commence Monday week Everything will be in readiness An Hadappears in this issue calling attention to the Glasgow Fair Sept 1f ber 28 four days Born to the wife of Tom Hughes a h daughter August 31 j Mr Solomon McFarlandbought 3mule olts in the last few day at 70 71 and 72 50 per head H The Groves fertilizers are as laS he best C E Young431rn J A ra nandwindstorm dida great deal of damage to corn in the Cane Valc ley section last Sunday afternoon lev laid many fields flat with the ground ATTENTIONAllpersonS inebtethto- het Jeffries Hardware Store wiU please call and settie We need money Horace Jeffries t Mr SD Barbee purchasedoT ir- A SvChevming last week thefarin near town known as the McFarland farm for 5000 V j djthroughteen head of good mules boughtori Clinton county at an average of 160 per head s t Dontwait too long to buy your fer tilizer I have what you needat the right prices 43lm G E Young Miss Cora Smith will please accept the thanks of this office for a box of very Delicious grapes The remember ance was highly appreciated All persons having claims against the estate of James CPelly deceased v are notified to present them to me properly verified and proven before Nov 1st 1910 W F Neat t442t Administrator 2 Thepe are hundreds Of people in Adaii jcounty who are behind with their sub scription at this office It ishoped that during the coraing term of circuit courtir that many w1call and set Ieil JCarmelhave about checked the disease One death occurred last weekan Infant child ot Mr and Mrs Trueman Henson t rt ter Several different persons who were concreteing last Thursday when the rain came lost several dollars iot hay 1i irig time to cover over their WiilksMrf Jl N Coffey thinks his lots will amount to twenty dOllarsI i During a freshet last week a F ffleathswashed away It is our undrstandiBg Sc s tha tbtprppriptprs had intended to re J 5 move it in order T 16 make necessary re i pairsS11rJtit Miller n tSprjDfftel M jixat gra Uktd from The Unt r tfOfJjJs4agowijh tb ttBiS MWs hsi alobr iff hdasPof sor otSCieB In BtIo t t h iooI t1lCA1 1111kr dairt7bo1 Pfl s i Jf j Jr r I tl i3 I L Ik ri I cs TIArI I 2 THE ADAnrCOUNTY NEWSY t i f il Enid Okla 1 iEditor News 11 iAs I never see a letter from Sr f this particular neck of the woods I will proceed to write you a few lines We have had l v a very hot dry summer The t thermometer registered 114 in Ejthe shade one day but it has d v been cool for the last two or three days Most letters I see in the News from this western country are sugar coated to a great extent There are a great many people that fall in love with a country and believe in boosting it While I like this western prairie country and like to live here in many ways better than in Kentacky Old Kentucky J my birth place especially the people there have a warm place in my affections that no other J people can take This country has its draw backs as well as good points The Springs are always windy and disagreable The Summers nearly always hot and dry especially July and August and there is seldom a fgood corn season that is in this part of Oklahoma It is a fine place t 0 raise small grain I raised 22 bushels of wheat to the acre and 61 bushels of oats to the acre but my corn is almost a total failure owing to the hot winds in July I had a pros pect for 60 bushels of corn to the acre and you who have never experienced it cant imagine the feelings that creep over a man when he has 60 or 70 acres of corn and see it wilt and fall wentyfour hours of hot winds like we had in July is enough to put the fixings to a corn crop I expected when I came t o Oklahoma a to find a great fruit country but this year is the third crop of apples that Okla homa has had sinc the opening II up of the country The old set tiers tell me there is plenty of apples and peaches this year while last year not an apple or thecounItryOklahoma we have just as good- water as you can boast of in Kentucky It is a more healthy country than Kentucky Not so much fever and you can sleep out doors on the ground and nQtI take cold any time in the Sum mer and Fall I have been J awakened lots of times by rain falling in my face and never have had a cold from sleeping out doorsSAnother thing I like about Ok lahoma is one man can farm 160 acres very easy except in har 7 vest and you dont have to worK but thirteen months in the year One man can put out 70 acres of corn and tend it if he will work thatlJIaway from OklaRoma Wages arehigh and everything you buy I f is higher here than in Kentucky 2 5 except plug horses and you can get them at your own prices f Wheat is 85 to88 cents a bushel c t at present oats are about 30 j tents andcorn there isnt anyj ri Well I suppose the Fair is f f Iand everybody had a good time A I I Would have eDJyed being therejt ijc i f i fine io see old and W L f Vi3radys string of fine Peacocks 4 You dont see such horses m the i J Fairs in this country 1 tt V vgince I left Kentucky there hu been several deaths of men i it oi htht wr 1 and ihCItwlt n lilt j them if hY Gf t It makes me feel sad and still sadder to think how many more may be called before I come backW1lMr Editor here isa dol lar another years subscription tothe News It is received and read with eagerness each week So 1 will quit with three cheers for James Garnett Eespct Yours Loe Bryant Not Satisfied Auditor Frank P James is not satisfied with the way the As sessors of the Kentucky counties made np their reports this year and he will insist that they be made up more complete and in accordance with the law next year The amount of money with corporations other than banks is given at 188766 and the Auditor and State Board are inclined to think that this amount is too low The amount of cash deposited with individuals is given at 93 164 which is another low water otherIfixed at 488253 and Auditor James thinks this is another low figure A good many of the counties do not report on these figures at all The amount of stock in joint stock companies or associations is given at 1428994 and the amount of stock in foreign cor porations is fixed at 1120885 It is almost an even bet that if the real facts could be secured there are individuals in this state who own as much as 1 000000 in joint corporations or associations arid many who own as much as 1000000 of stock in foreign corporations LatinAmerican Trade IDo you know that the total foreign trade exports and im ports of the 21 Republics in cluding the United States in 1907 was 5500000000 Do you know that of this the share of the 20T Latin American Republics was 2077000000 Do you know these figures show that Latin Aericadoes more than onethird of the total commerce of the American Repub lics divided as follows Ex ports to foreign landsl072000 000 imports from foreign Jands 1005000000 Do you know that further an alysis of these figures show a total foreign trade between Latin America and the United States of 558000000 Do you know that this total represents only about onefourth of the total foreign trade of the sister Republics of tile United States divided as follows Ex ports to the United States 318 tooooo imports from the United States 240000000 1Do you know that these figures shoYa balance trade against the United States o f approximately 78000000 a year 1 Do you know that the Latin American countries bought last year from other nations than the States 756tOQOObO Do you know that from the United States these counties purchased only 240000000 Do you know that Latin Amer ica purchased more than three times as much from other cpun tries as shdid from the United States aIl Charged with Murder Fanny Washington was arrested at Maysville last Thursday afternoon charged with murder ing her eightmonthsold child Wednesday night she reported to the police that an unknown negro man had assulted her on the Fleming pike just outside the city and had thrown the child into a pool of water The officials started an inves tigation and found the dead ba by in the creek She held to her assault story but at the coroners inquest a verdict was ren dered that she had killed the child by drowning She was placed under arrest and locked up without bail Presidency Within His Grasp dI It is a fact that Bryan h within his grasp the Presidential office in 1896 For one full hour that great opportunity stood knocking at his his door and he failed to grasp it and ft fled it seems forever When he was nominated in 1896 the conven tion proceeded to nominate a vicepresident and on the fourth ballot John R McLean of Ohio was within a few votes of the vic presidential nomination If Mr Bryan had permitted the nomination of McLean who was worth 50000000 at that time it is said that McLean would have freely given 2000000 of his money and would have raised from one to two million more this would have carried Bryan into the White House on high tide The lack of which defeat ed him At the of the fifth ballot commencementII cratic convention outthat he would not accept Mc Lean as a running mate and that settled it and Sewall of Maine was nominated who was a mill stone on the Democratic ticket and while a millionaire was also a tightwad J R McLean isJ now worth 75000000 and has joined what is known as the People Be Damned class on millionaires 4 VMoneyV ColR L Ewell Republican nominee for Congress in this dis trict certainly does not believe in purity in politics He attended the State Central Committee in Louisville last week and made a speech before that body dur ing which Senator Bradley al most sweated blood The old gentleman must have reached the senie period of life and it may be that his own party will choke him off before he further dis graces himself and brings a blush to the mental physiognomy of his party friends This is what the Louisville Times has to say of his speech before the State J v Central Committee cIn a speech by Richard L Ewell candidate for Congress on theRepublican ticket from the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky Mr Ewell said that the way to turn Democratic votes into the Republican fold was to spend money judiciously Ac cording to Mr Ewell it will be an easy matter in ljis district to chang the 160Q Democratic majority into the Republican column if 10 bills and ftl cent pieS are distributed irlierethey will do the mott good There a- more than rae Way to get J ot exp1and Mr wfl to tl rp fLlI q f used Iright and at the proper time is an excellent argument for the Republican party The only thing necessary to encom pass the defeat of the Democrat ic party this November is to get more votes than the Democrats I do not say that the practices of the olden days when money was used freely should be resorted to but I do know that that was a mighty effective manner of turning defeat into victory Sen ator Bradley was anxious and ill at ease during the time Mr EW ell was expressing his plans for defeating the Democratic nomi nees for Congress this fall in Kentucky As soon as Mr Ew ell the seventyeightyearold candidate of the Eighth district finished talking Senator Brad ley said that it would be advis able to exclude the press and all disinterested parties from the meeting When put in the form of a motion it was carried with out a dissenting voiceHar rodsburg Herald Woes of a Bashful mint bashful young man in town was invited cut to dinner He was very much agitated He satopposite a mirror and discovered that he had forgotten to comb his hair Then he dropped his fork on the floor and as he stooped to pick it up he upset his coffee Matters went from bad to worse until finally in des pair the young man quit eating and put his hands under the table The loose end of the table cloth was lying in his lap He thought it was his shirt and that he had forgotten to put the garment inhis trousers He hurriedly stuffed the supposed shirt inside his trousers After ward when the family arose from the table there was a crash The dishes lay ina broken mass on the floor The young man pulled three feet of tablecloth out of his pants and flew to the woods Exchange 4 Tersely Told You will find half the battle is gained if you never allow yourself to say anything gloomy His work shines forth the brightest who in hope always confides the abject soul despairs Truth when it is not disagree able is generally uninteresting What we call tact is the ability to find before it is too late what it is that our friends do not de sire to hear from us Marriage islike a besieged fortress those without want to get in those within want to get outWhenyoJIhaye a number of disagreeable duties to perform always do the most disagreeable one first Unwholesome sympathy in capacitates onexf or serving others whether the need be physi cal mental ormoral No man can be as rude as a woman cat its agSt The more you say theless peo pie remember Good manners are the finest index to a noble nalure fr vl fwe want ligt e must conquer darkness jo Wil we de1berte boul be7 gmiiihlt is ailreiy wlllfcei to begin iDostt ib I bswt f t- hrigbti 44M ult Female Apparel Female costume in the tenth century was classical in its sim plicity The woman wore long loose flowing skirts reaching to the feet and a draped cote2 or ylioIwas king frequently uses the word cote In the Canterbury Tales he depicts the sergeant atlaw as wearing a medley cote which no doubt means a coat of many colors while the miller he describes as wearinga whyte cote It was in the fourteenth cen tury that the word gown first came into use An anonymous author in no mild words finds fault with the fashion of his days He writes that the commons were besotted in excess of apparel in wide surcoats reach ing to their lyons some in a gar ment reaching to their feet close before and strowtihg out on the side so that on the back they make men seem women and these they call by a ridiculous name gown As early as the twelfth cen tury womens cotes were made with trains and in the first quar ter of the thirteenth century a bishop moralizes early on their vanity for wearing trained cotes some of which contained seven ells and a half Westminster GazetteIa Who is a Gentleman One of the leading journals of the country has been conducting a little public inquiry as toWha is a gentleman Who is a gentleman tI Why is a gentlman of the answers are very interestI- ingshowing how diversified are the ideas on this mpoted ques tion Many of them still leave the question unsolved for instance A gentleman is Gods perfect type of man This gives us cause toI inquire about the perfect type and there we are again Here is a good answer A gen tlenanis a manly man with at least a reasonable degree of in telligence who lives as nearly as possible a truly Christian life If he is all this he will possess all the lesser essentials And this A gentleman is one who is as gentle as a womanand as manly as a man Or this one from a woman Several years ago I read in a book of an old lady who said The word gentleman comprises all of morality and a great deal of religion I thought the definition perfect and mean to instill those words into the training of my two little boys A longer one goes more into detailHA gentleman is he who is never mean or little in his dis putes He never takes an unfair advantage and never mistakes personalities or sharp sayings for arguments He guards against unreasonable allusions or topics which irritate He never speaks of himself cep when compell ed and never defends himltby- a mere retortAmencan Boy i tf Kentucky flotesJ Bath CQiinty menCwftl work a silver mine fliscbveredl in EHibtt county r A new bankand trust compny- has nlorpriiied at Frzik1m with 5000O capital Russl1yil busMiele nieteckr- elimmry steps to Qriia- commercial bank- t 1 theIIReuben Grossheim was held j responsible for the death of Pat theICoroners jury A A farm of 180 acres in Bath i county sold at 12250 IAlex Pence of Ford was fined 940on charges of violating the local option law in Madison c un- ty CorhMs King I Official estimates for August r as made by the Agricultural De partment at Washington show that corn is still king with a promise of the largest crop ever raised notwithstanding big losses last month west of the Missouri river Despite losses of 220000000 bushels last month the crop promise now stands at 2940000000 bushels or just 13000000 bushels more than the bumper crop of 1906 Oats also have distanced the previous bumper crop by 13000000 bushels promising 1022000000 bushels against 1006353000 bushels last year which was the first time the oat crop of the United States ran intothe bill ionbushel class Except for se rious scorching in the North west the present crop would have shown up phenomenally providing of course that the re cent excellent filling maturing and harvest weather in the big producing states had not been marred Winter wheat however furnished a surprise even to the most optimistic although it was known to everybody that the grain was of magnificent quality and was weighing out handsome ly Its preliminary showing as given in figures by the jbushelsyear and put this years crop as second largest in the countrys history the crop of 491000000 bushels raised in 1906 being first The losses shown in spring wheat a monthago measured virtually all of the crop loss of the year The spring wheat crop is small enough to pull the total wheat production down to 669000000 bushels a total which has been beaten five times in the last de cade Why flogs Rootle It is said by observers that a hog roots in the ground for alka li whichaids him in digestion Nature helps him out in this way when man is foolish enough to neglect him In the amount of carbonaceous feed that we feed the hogs there is too little phosphate for them Anything that we throw 3o the hogs whether lime bones or oyster shells seem to be greatly relished and seem to be a great help to them in digesting their other feed and promoting their general health Tankage is an excellent feed to prevent the sows and pigs from having an apparent craving for ldIleatherIt also aids them in getting more nutriment out of their other feed by keeping them In a healthyI condition A good plan istosat- izfythe craving for something different by planting patch of Miwhoke wfi h will give them theuffill before uttmg 7tmj ofc c1 s 6ri Aj TTt I V t 1 1 Jti J 1 1 1 T I i- ojJf JJ it JH1 i f offh jj i f1L f t i ItiHE ti i v t f t ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 4crr1LiNTim Card g fael 1Iarp 31 1006MtVvv SOUTH BOUND ruIN Lv LOUISVILLE AR LEBANON i27 uiOOamuuu 942am 1004amNNo i800 pm 10KX Jim No9 Vi ye ppm 9rfX p- NORTRBOUND N4vIiE iA1iON AR LOUISVILLE 4ii 548am 750 am e18 7 2am lOaBam o2S 430pm 655 p- m2si6 8pm f 815 pm 27i32am 1015 am Nos 92 and areSunday trains only M mmm HOTEL x w w uimjaoRH Pitopti FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rat- esQJDYXILLe KY S D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetin t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fairprices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed horn stables LOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE v ON BURKSVILLE STREET IIItRes Phone 29 Office Phone 40J iDr James Triplet t Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKV ii S Zhmbar I 5 enttst OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING 1 PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone t AttoneyAtLaw r Will pradtice in this andadjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky T DRM E JONES ILeterinary Surgeon and Dentist j Columbia Kentucky 1 Special attention given to Dentistry Dis eases of tljo Eye Poll Evil Fistula and aU OtuejpXbiseases which visits Dumb Brutes I Located In barn back pt has cockiTIptieL r r I ei4 Adair County Ii ii iq News 4 lt j 1Ji a lIAndy t jI J i iGIJ er JJurnal One fLOro H t t t II t r rijft t I ti I MUNiCjPAL OWNERSHIP l AlRight In Theory but Breaks Down In Practice TheOretically there issomucbw municipal ownership of public utilities that the practical carrying out of its attractive features appears simple and of no serious moment and for q mu nicipality to take over and run water lights sewerage and even transportation appeals to taxpayers and the trade is made without the first assur ance that the conductof these proper ties will be along practical and bUs ness lines It is the failure to assure the prac tical that works the evil for municipal ownership is a general ownership afod a general ownership results too easily in its being no special business of any citizen Or taxpayer to look into or in quire after the conduct of the proper ties under control This leaves the management to a few who soon find that they have only themselves to account to that people are too busy to demand accountings and taxpayers accept any kind of report just so there is the appearance of all being right and light water sewerage etc are given It Is this indifference and neglect on the part of taxpayers to take note of municipal affairs which make municipal ownership of public utilities a hazardous and expensive matter The theory of municipal ownership with its great saving to each taxpayer the extra service given and the great prof its resulting can all be placed in fig ures beforehand but it Is a failure un less the taxpayers shall give earnest and serious heed to the conduct of these public utilities for unless this is iflone they will wake up some day with broken down properties and a big bond Issue to make goodNewbern Week ly Journal THE GREAT TRANSITION Public Property Wasted Because It Costs Nothing You Know Hellol said I Whats that And I stopped to pick It up That replied the boy who happened to be passing through the schoolyard with me That Is nothing but a lead pencil But It Is a whole one said I and with a rubber on the end I know it said the boy What Do you mean to tell me that you have seen this here before Yes everybodys seen it All the children In your school have seen this lying here day after day and not one boy has picked it up1 Of course What should we pick It up for Theres plenty in the schoolS house The town buys em And I had been given a text for long meditation Notpick up a wholo new lead pencil And a pencil with a rubber on it When I was a boy we prized even slate pencils A boy who hooked any bodys slate pencil was baited until he gave it up but a lead pencil we fought for lead pencils as the Greeks and Trojans fought for Helen We scoured the countryside for old horseshoes to sell to the blacksmith for money enough to buy a lead pencil and having it we cut our private mark on it guarded It kept it as our last resource in trade Many a time a precious two Inch lead pencil has turned an Important jack knife trade one way or the other I never had but one lead pencil at it time and very often hardly that until I was fifteen years old And these tenyear olds scorn to pick up a whole one with a rubber Think of Itl The best eraser I had was a piece of rubber boot heel Henry T Bailey in Journal of Education A DAY OF RECKONING You Cannot Fool All of the PeopleAll of the Time The recent condemnation as unfit for further service of a number of gas and electric light plants and the closing down of some of them at a dead loss to the taxpayers should serve as a warning to other cities for this is the fate that is likely to overtake all suCh plants in the long run For the first year or two when no expensive repairs are needed and the plant is thoroughly up to date it ought not to bo difficult to make a showing For bookkeept1n breakdown bad service or demand for new equipment that cannot masquer ado as extensions causes an Invest1 gation and then it becomes eyIdent that the plant has been a 1slngprop osition almost from the start No plant should be accepted as evidence of successful municipal management uatil it has been operated for several years and then examined by expert engineers Wand accountants J r Carelessness Not Graft r At a local government board inquirj7 held at WetHam London to sanction the borrowing by the corporation of i62300 for electricity extensions it was Btated that the eledtrleal undertaking iuptp the present had resulted in a loss ff 7206 which had been charged to the rates The tor pointed out thatloansof some thousand of pounds had been sanc1tibried by the board for purchasing various machines and lie found lie council again asking for money lobtjy machinery for which they received the cash Oriting Post 1 Tbe movement rmutilc pal owir ship la this country Iia hunts bi the- dagogue fo aJ new Ilu ti ca f r jV 0 11 J t WJ io li i Li t ift jy rt Stops t tTt off happens thatwiieita girl marries her ideal the ideal r doesnt stay married Good intentions are all right but the great trouble with them t is that theyalways stay inten tions V V You generally have to pay in hard work if you get a chance to earn a living fSaving the country isv the annual task of the annualgradu ate Dont stare at the bright side persistently that your eyes are dazzled and inno condition to see the pitfalls in your path When you find it hard to persuade yourself that you ought to do a thing you are either lazy or your moral nature is unbending a little 9 The less you flatter some men the more flattered they are Of course a pretty girl resents a plain talk Some people get rich by taking advice but a greater number amass wealth by giving it at sd much per ad Some persons are so actively engaged in making enemies that they havent time to protect themselves from them Medical Society Program Oh the second Friday the ninth of September 1910 the Adair County Medical Society will meet in Columbia at 10 oclock when the following program will be rendered W R Grissom a paper of his own selectionW Cartwright subject of his own selection U L Taylor Pellagra et Pellagra sans Pellagra E A Waggener Why should Colum bia have a Sanitarium C M Russell a case reported y L C Nell Medical Legislation S J Simmons The cost of modern Medical Education S A Taylor Should a doctor leave his regular business to attend a medical SocietyG Simpson the type of sickness in the west end of the county William Blair the prevailing corn plaints in dlenvilleand its suburbsI canlhaveW R Grissom Committee U L Taylor J Edith The health of this community is very good at this writing Several from here attended the Columbia Fair iIMr CB Whitney of Camp bellsville was in this neighbor hood on business a few days ago Messrs I C Harmon and Lin coln Denton made a flying trip to Columbia last Tuesday Rev M E Gabbert closed a meeting at Tabernacle a few days ago resulting in 10 additions 1 Misses Mary and Mattie Cun diff of Dunnville visited Mr and Mrs George Williams several days last week Mamie a little daughterofMrt and Mrs Irvin j sick thisat writing Miss Sherlie Williams 6f nice yisited helsister EUI Lena Knifley last week Last Thursday afternoon Miss Julij Baxter daughter fMr and Mrs Hut Baxter of Knifley was married to Mr Welby Mings son of Mr and Mrs John Min g of this place Eev M E Gab bert officiated rA Man of Iron Nerve i indomitable will and tr mthdoiisvener gy are n yerf uoo1VheStomc Liver KidneY and Bowe1a are utof order g you want theee qualities the jgucciB8 they biing use Dr Kk I New Lift J ltI the matchlew rtfula torf and tr 2c iff si m f t I r tA pT Milltown 11 TKe weather iVfinealf esent AM Mercer was in Greens hrgIastveek Milltown sent in a big delega tion to the fan 1astxveek v Mrs J M Johnston of Greensburg is visiting friends and relatives attnis place vMr FD Cobband A M Mercer have bought a nice horse each The protracted meeting at this place closed last MondayI Oma Goole of CampbellsviJlei was with our merchants one day last week f v Sam Mitchell was her6 one day last week V Mr Arch Sherrifl of Grady yule passed here last week Mr B H Gilpin Campbells ville was here last week Mr Rollin Caldwell has re turned from Springfield Ky Tyler Marshall was here one day last week Rev Else Roods and Keir held their regular quarterly meeting here The Lash of a Friend svould have been about as welcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Yasa mer ciless lungracking cough that defied all remedies for yearsHIt was most troublesome atnight he writes noth ing helped me till I used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me completely I never cough at night now Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore lungs lagrippe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough or hayfever It relieves quickly and never fails to satisfy A trial convinces 50c LOO Trial bottle free Its positively guar anteed by Paull Drug Co End Comes After Long Illness Mrs Hattie C L Buchanan wife of Dr J B Buchanan died at her home last Thursday night at 9 oclock She was a daughter of Dr G W Waddell a phy sician of Elizabethtown Former ly of this county She was born and reared in Campbellsvilleand lived here nearly all her life Mrs Buchanan was confined to her bed for sixty days before her death which was caused fr m liver trouble She will be seriously missed by her friends and relatives None knew her but to admire her She is survivedby her hus band and one son Carter B Buchanan and two daughters Miss Clara Buchanan and Mrs Eva Gozder Campbellsville News Journal Sample Helps Women So many women are dragging out weary lives just because their digestive organs are weak The result is poor circulation nervousness and the verge of invalidism It is often very unnecessary and the womans own fault Ii The first thing to do is to look to thei trOublethat a large percentage of women are habitually constIpated ana Zrorn this suits Indigestion piles weariness etc OfBedies and things of that kind until you movingYouregularly once or twice a day all your goodmildjotiwlUllndvourselfrapidlygettlngbetter YOYrbowclswillreUJatatllemj selves at then your headaches and dizziness will disappear Dont take strong cathartic pills or salts but just such a mild and pleasantrtastingr remedy as Dr Caldwell PepsinYou a gist for flfty cents or onedo11arand1 either size inky perma nently cure you Thousands of women em11andCan and Mrs EIIenDUII n Muncie Ind and send to Dr CaldweFl for a fre trialbott- b as they did and learn for yoUrself what it will do ia your own case That 1871nomayEfthfj stomach liver or bowels absolutely of charge Btacplaln your case InVa letter and lie will toyou in detaiL for the freemp1elmplY vend your name and aiidrewi wai a card or etherwWKJ PrUiitreqiistthe- a doctors s r w JS aldwelJ RW CftU efl4IH Met Jtt v f i t j fJ E M f i t S SS s I Summer Clearance Sale Following our usual policy to rid our stock of discontinued patterns short lots odds and ends we have inaugurated our i Summer Clearance Sale I If ydii Visit Louisville get acquainted with ourI IICarpets cut gCrtdDrapery means a substantial saving to yoUifl every I IIt instance Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff 1 I 522 524 W Market St Louisville Kntucky = L J I t i f IFRANK CORCORAN HighGrade Marble Granite t Cemetery work See Before j braIl kind you buy Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and 4 I adjoining counties Main Street Lebanon Ky 4 i ii i What to Teach Girls Teach hervtliatiOOceints make a dollar cj Teach her to arrange the parlor and library Teach her to say No and mean it or Yesand stick to it Teach her how to wear a cali co dress and to wear it aSla queen Teach her how to sew on but tons darn stockings and mend gloves Teach her to dress for health and comfort as veil as appear ance stJIroomTeach her to have nothing to do with intemperate or dissolute young men Teach her that tight lacing is uncomely as well as injurious to health Teach her to regard morals and habits and not money in selecting her associates Teach her to observe the old rule A place for everything placer Teach her that musk draw ing and painting are real accom plishments in the home and are not to be neglected if there be time and money for their use Teach her the important truism That the loresheli- ves within her income the more she will save and the further t she will get away from the poor house Teach her that a good steady churchgoing mechanic farmer clerk or teacher without cent is worth more than forty loafers or nonproducers in broadcloth J tf Kentucky Fair Datesr The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1910 as far as r ported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or cor rection of dates Glasgow Sept 284 days I Kentucky State Fair Louis ville Sept 126 days Paris Sept 65 days TnCounty Fair Sanders Sept 74 days vV Mayfield Sept 7T4 days v Horse Cave Sept 214 days Falmouth Sept 284days Nervous Women For nervous tired women we recornmend Car dul Gardui is a womans medicine it acts specifi i cally on the female organs and has a tonic ildingjeffect on the whole system It contains iio ingredients being a pure vegetable extract If you suffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial TAKECARDUI 335 it Will Help You 4 Mis W IVi Gardner of Paducah Ky tried Oardui and writes Ithink Cardiiii3 just grand IMve been usirfr it fop eleven years I am 48 years old a different woman nnce i nave been taking it I used to suffer from heanng doWn ams nervousness nd s1eep1esnese but now the pans areal1 gone and I sleepgood t I Biglily recommend Cardui for youngandolLTry it At ALL DRUG STORES I j t f t i 1qt x F T4T i r 1 IYlaM J tp r we LdfflE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS J f 5 rHEAUAlRcnUNnNEw 4 fy Published Every Wednesday BY THE s dair County News Company I INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of tie City of Columbia and the people A AdaIr and adjacent counties f Entered at the Columbia post mce as sec ond class mall matter WED SEPT 7 1910 l The population of the United States is 90500000 The popu lation of the City of New Yor 4600000 population of Chitag 3400000 Republicans of the Fourth district w have nominated Dr D W Gaddie of Larue county to be voted for in the race for Con grass against Hon Ben Johnson J C Crump while temporari ly insane cut his wifes r at McKinney Ky then went out in his yard and slashed hi own throat with the same knife r Crump died instantly and it is r Relieved that his wife was fatal Jy wounded r Politicians inR all parts of the country are eagerlywaiting for the outcome ofatodays primaries i In Vermont anteing indicativer of the way thelpolitical wind is blowing UnlessGthe Republi scans show a majority of 25000 twill be accepted as indicating rnrest through the country Col Rooseveltfin his speech at Osawatomie Kans announced J his political creed He aligned iimself definitely with the proI gressive wingiof the Republican party and fdeclared himself i nI J favor of a wide increase in power of the NationallGovernment He v declared fora new nationalI f ism as he termed crease in Governmental power The CensusBurea has prep- arJed the following authentic esti mates of thelpopulation of Ken tucko in 1910 based of the 1900 census Kentucky 2453713 Louisville 240160 Bow 1n GJree 7599 Covengton 52325 L Frahkfort 11082 Henderson 16034 Lexington 31171 Ne 163081Paducah VrIn a speech at Sioux Falls la last Saturday Col Roosevelt rI made his first reference to the Taft Administration since reJ titurning form Africa The for i4l mer President indorsed the presi= dents tariff commission and his workwhich resulted in tareGagreements with foreign coun f tries No other phase of th0 Administration was touched upon In a speech at Sioux Falls S DI thye tariff r t Mr Roosevelt has made his Republicany st dc 4 practically accepting every de rparture made and demanded by surjvUi 1 passes the most rabid as- openly criticises the Supreme Court and takes other positions t that lead to extreme ends While he seems to be increasing his l oerand prestige in the broad 1Iing in the conservative EaSt w JY f r the time Mj r ckr will beforeec rj to decide fort a candidate to sitet ir President Taft wJt h v i iHatTed be the moity dIJill1i1Qt w f party 6xra t lc it rtHon D C Edwards the peid pent Congressman fromtlie acandiIf an audience of not less than sl hundredvoters at the courtrt house Monday afternoon He was introduced by Judge Ht C Baker who tweetsY minutes eulogizing Mr Edwards as a citizen and his record inCon gres Mr Edwards pent considerable time in reviewing his record as a Congressman andap pealed toZhis audience to exercise judgment instead of senti ment in selecting a nominee hke MroPowers was backed by docu mentary evidence and brought to light a Congressional Record ofwhich his party supporters jletterslreadture ofl his opponent exploded the theory that Powers had been wht0 had contributed money to his re Throwghowst speech was well received teIIn spoke to a fair crowd proba two hundred peopleat the boIYI house Tuesday afternoon of week He was introduced by Mr M Rey Yarberry who announced Athat he was for Mr Powers Mr Powers occupie- the stand for two anda hal hours telling his hearers why he shouldlbe nominated er Mr Edwards H e was repeatedly applaudedlduring the course of thatII Hon J Proctor Knott a son of KentuckY and the giftedI verlreprescounty the pride of the entire Common wealth a constitutional lawyer who in his prime had no equal as a n advocate celebrated his eightieth birthday at Lebanon aI ggo His record as overnor stainless and the same can be said of his acts in fiilevd IA life full of honorat peace wit and all mankind he is co tentedly waiting for his last roimotion to a place where s are not written where bills are not introduced and where the pardon has been granted before the goingwhere p aceandjoy1 forever reign OOD FARM FOR SALEc Near Campbeiisville Kentucky 115 acres 21 miles of CampbellsvilleI Ky on Spurlington 2 good barns 38x50 feet 2 log barns grainry hog iiouse and all necessary outbuildings 12 acres Sown to clover this spring 10 acres of timothy mead w20 acreS of timber good orchard 3room tenant douse smoke hone chickenvhouse watered by springs Telephone in house On Rural Roland lays level This farm is going ai AdageheJQ Gampbellsville r Every little Helps Alhat is iwhy a man getsexcitedaDd goes upQn hip property when you theosip in 1ei i torocpect of a sale JoraJnilt through the Real Fstateman He aoat priy Otl 422t t I lCi tRtMO i1Y f li Ir tb rltiP Yitf L i a ar 1 ftnley P The News and staff must ex ruse my long delay as I have andxhavent had the presence of mind to write t r Plenty of rain ands crops are good dark tobacco good but bur ley is light Our Dr Gose reports a lot of pneumonia and othersickness J Ji Royofhas been quite sick for several days also a little child of Mrs Ethel Russells Mrs I Florence Hazzard and little daughter Bettie also Miss Annie Royse visited at Mr A C Wheelers last Sunday Mr Charlie Bault wife and little daughter 6ra May visited the latters sister Mrs Henry Johnson last Sunday to see Mrs 1 brother Sam Bailey who OhioIday night andall who were pres ent report a nice time mperIing severelyI 31st of this month farmers have com ISeveral cut their tobacco crop Tobacco being late on account of wet weather threfstriking atree in his yard a few vdays ago- Alittle child of W E Bryant has been very sick for days IiIJ R Beard while eating ner a few days ago took a bite ofIhim very badly Rugby As I havent seen any letter from this place for some time 1 will attempt to write a few lines There was preaching at thisf place Sunday1 by Rev John Roach ITb school at this place is pro r conh nSeveral at this place attended the Columbia Fair last week and reported a nice time Mr Henry Gaston and Mr Mack Gabber of this place at tended the funeral services of Rev J N Walburt of Edmonton Monday We were so very t sorry to hear of Bro Walburts death as he was oursold pastor for several years We sympathize with the beloved wife and little ones at home but a happy hope is above all this he Ihas dying gone to where their will be r Mrs Della Shive hs been real sick for severaldays Mrs Dee pages parents of Basil were visiting at her home Saturday night wifKye were visiting at Mr Tome Ros sons of thiSplace Sunday Mrs Harriet Janes has been confinedto her room for the past weekJ Mrs Dee Page was vision her broth l1Jr10 er omer stlIdalt 91vin ThG littler j cll of hire fie lrfN r r fo iliii f ftiM u t CALL AN SEE Jso I I 01 0 I I t 11f f rr I We Want I Fo talk to You and i d i 1ecan make theA j ffConversa ion inteT erI d to buy 1 jJ d S U ggY 3x i J r 1iJgI IR ed HrdwIe Co 1Satisfaction Gaaranfieedori IoneS Reftm tied i Ii r i iUNDERTAKERS We are preparedT1y To Furnish Undertakers Goods and Embalm Call or Write UsV t THE QUCHANAN LY r cnw Incorporated- CAMPBELLSVILLE 7 KENTUCKY Some of our farmers have been cutting tobacco We think to bacco is again to be a good price we are Jioping so any wayl Miss Minnie Coomer is improving slowly 9 Mr Joe Tom Brake and wife were in Columbia Monday having some dental work done Mrs Kate Akin was visiting at Mr Joe Shives one night last weekVV Sparksville r v y i We have had some fine rains in the last few days The applepealing at Mr J 0 Moores last Wednesday night attendedwas Mr Niece Gowen bought lOO acres of the Lincoln Barden farm lying on the heap waters of Leatherwoodcreek for14 per acre I Mr 3 Li Moore is Visiting his- dautiter Mrs L C Roach this week I Quite a number Jroin Big Grjelc attended the funeral and atgick Ridge near his f Jlbnay ILta y r J Huoor V rJloot kf fLuiUinamt H ea t p rthe i3y of Cale fct Give us a trial We Guarantee to Please you Table supplied With the Best the Market Affords y x II Meals 35cH MltLEN HOUSEt M D MILLEN a CO Proprs i Located on Railroad St one square east of L N Station I win Lebanon Kentucky v tI i FERTILIZERIII If you want to grow Wheat Grass or Oats the best brands are 7 5 jhgaRoyBsc 11 See it and get what is suited 1jtyour land Sold by OE VO UN02 5 place tit business back of Russell f G Store Powers in Columbia last Tuesday The school at t4splace is progressing nicejy under the management of Miss Ethel MooreI V Mr and Mrs W L Eietcher spent Monday night with John RidgeIIMr and Mrs Moore fe tended the pple peaUi at J 0 lpire Wedndaynight t A tbYf J w rs if 1 f aes r tils fatherin VW fevVj law Mr Frank Firquin Wed nesday nightV Mrs George Cole has been papering and putting down carpet on her new room this week which adds greatly to itsap pearance Mr Milt achof Tennessee who Visited his mother brothers and sisters for several days jii turned home last Mondoy j A kAif l M The old soldiers will haveitleir r i aMoorethti1 1wde FfttilPaErI- x jo i I A T 4 J 1 f 1I ilf i r I t facF fYA DAIA5n O J + H ooooooooiQ44DF OOOO +OOOUOOOOOO006000 OOOOOO +OOOt At V 0I 0 0 6orot S1iDDGr 0 0 o j O Vo i j k jlY i+ j i J wfU MMeHean vLady 100 and 125 Corsets This Week 75c l Itf If g IlLadieS 125 and 150 Slippers This Week = = 110r 00 O J t Jl t- Q r i i W L WALKER ifj y 0 wfr 4 iOOOO+OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOtQOltrtOOOOQIOOOOoOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00 YYYY tYYYYYYYY rYYIYYYYY- PERSONAL IrT R Stults is at home for a few days Mr John Lee Walker spent Sunday r in Burkesville Mr Lindsey Snow Russell Springs was here Sunday Mr Luther Williams was here from Montpelier Monday Mr R T McCaffree has been quite sick for the past week Mr Frank Campbell was here from Creelsboro last Thursday Miss Minnie Triplett is confined to her room with hay fever t- f3Ir Ewell Glasgowavisited here a few days ago Miss Lena Roe of Sparksyille visit ed the News office last Monday Mr P C McCaffree has been in a critical condition for several weeks Miss Mattie Taylor will leave for Lexington the latter part of this week ehl erGreens burg bar was in Columbia last Friday Mrs E B Cheatham who liver near Bliss has been quite sick for the past weekDr C M Russell and Mr Jo Russell were in Louisville two days of last weekMiss Mollie Flowers of Gradyville spent last week with the Misses Moss this cityi Mr Curt Hindman and wife of near Milltown were in Columbia shopping last Monday MrWm Francis who is in the revenue service is spending a short time at home Judge T A Murrell and Mr James Garnett were in Louisville a few days of last week Mr Sam Campbell of Creelsboro was here last Thursday en route to i Bowling Green i 9 Mr Leonard Montgomery son of Adair Montgomery is here from Okla homapn a visit Miss Minnie Kemp left for Elizabeth town Saturday morning where she will teach this school year v Mrs Nannie Flowers who was quite sick a few days of last week has great ly improvedsittingup jf Mrs Lou B Milller is spending several weeks withher sister Mrs W J Callison Middlesborof w 5 Mr Bryan Raker of Pensacola Fla who spent a very pleasant visit in Columbia has returned home Mr J E Smythe city clerk of Kan sas City was the guest of his uncle H N Smythe during the fair Mr H M Barnett of Big Spring Ky reached Columbia last Friday and has entered the Lindsey Wilson Miss Lorena Pile left last Thursday morning to visit a sister in Glasgow Mo She will be absent sevaral weeks Miss Lula Allen who will teach this year inthe Southern Christian College West Point Miss left Saturday morn ing for that point Mr Tim C Miller of Texas who visited relatives and friends here for several weeks left for his home last Thursday Miss Bersheba Holladay Augusta Kansas daughter of Mr Anderson Holladay is spending a few weeks with relatives in this county Miss Katie Murrell who taught in Earlington last year will returned that city next Saturday to take up work for the next nine months Mrs L E Schramm who has been visiting relatives in Columbia for several weeks left for her home Cleveland Ohio last Thursday morning Mr E 0 White who makes Cincinnati his headquarters reached home last Friday afternoon and will spend a week or two with relatives and friends Misses Mattie Elliott Ethel Lee Hatcher Louise McGavocki Ruth Wil iams and Paull Mossiil1 teachers in I i OAlVTY SrtOES Fa11Kinter TYLES for Fall and Winter in stock now t The lasf word in Fash ion Fit and Comfort Meet successfully the ever shifting demand of the worlds fashion centers An infinite variety of styles for all ordin ary occasions Many exclusive designs for extraordinary use All shapes and all leathers t k AS KprSale toy v t IrI nl tIllI trJ Cotutbia Kentuckyy W = 7lZic 1 t a J j J t w saturdaY1night Mr W T McFarland has been quite sick for several day 1 Miss Virgia Tupman will leave for Louisville Saturday morning where she will be engaged in a wholesale millinery house a fey weeks before taking a position out in the State Master Lisle Baker who spent two nnnths at the home of his grandfather Judge H C Baker left for his home in Monticello last week His aunt Miss Mamie Baker accompanied him Mr W S Knight came down from Jamestown Monday with his daughter Miss Alva who entered the Lindsey Wilson Miss Flora Grider of Esto also arrived Monday and will be a pupil in LindseyWilsonJYStr MrsT Mary Carlisle and Mrs Lou Schooling of Lebanon accompamed by little Louise Lisle Nichols a daughter of MrjoBn Nichols Clerk of the Boyle county court are visitingat the home of Judge H C Baker Mrs Annie B Sanders Cadiz Ky Miss Sue King Louisville Ky Miss Elizabeth Drake Bowling Green Ky Mr Jake Farris Salem Ky all teachers in the Graded School arrived last Friday to assist Prof W M Wilson Mr Robt Ingram cashier of the Bank of Russell s elegantagentleman a fine business man who enoys the confidence of his peoplewas- was here one day during Fair weekand was made acquainted with a number of Adair county citizens returnedfromthey yisitedtheir daughter Mrs Will Shipp t urngtheiribsence Mr Bare visited a number of counties in the western portion of the State and was a day or two in Illinois about Caro u MrS L McCaffrey who has been iiv the West for the last three years re turned to his old home in this county last week The West he says has its charms but the Old Kentucky Home and home folks out weigh the glittering possibilites where the wind is ever blowingxMrJ F Allen who lives near Dan ville was in Columbia last Friday on CumberlandI trneYGeneral and that the same sentiment prevails in Cumberland county Continued From Fourth Page 1 Sparksville aVnice time v 1dIWhereas on August the 28th 1910 it was the divine will and pleasure of the Grand andJoying Savior on high to whom ve must jail bow m humble submissions to call from pur church and Sunday School our beloved pastor and teacher Rev J H Walbert and- Whereas Big Greek church was caused to give up by death a faithful pastor nda devoted Christi in Whose loss is felt to t the full st extent by this church and Sunday School and by his bilwtlc niGii and zix 1ltiif M11 tiN ibe ciS it h rt 11v j 74 j 1 Resolved that in the death oj Brother Walbert Big Creek and the community suffered the loss of a loving pastor of early manhood and much promise to the cause a man of excellent moral character and of the highest order of legal and business in tegrity That we the Church School and community deeply deplore the early death of our pastor and brother and his removal from the paths o f usefulness and w e hereby extend to the parents companion and children of the deceased our deepest sympathy But while it is our loss it is his eternal gain H e was born April 19th 1881 professed faith in Christ in August 1903 united with the Grace Union Baptist church soon afterwards and was ordained to the ministry July 1904 He was also a Master Mason and was buried by the Fraternity Resolved that these resolutions be spread at length upon the records of the Church and Sun day School and printed in the Adair County News and thatra copy be sent to the family of the deceased Vi V Committee Additional locals WANT A FARM OR A Home in Town See G P imythe The Real Estate Man More than 60 good farms for sale in Adair County from the best to the cheapest Located in all parts of the County No trouble about pleasing you Almost everything listed that is for sale Dont buy till you see my list Homes in Columbia and the villages of Adair county More than 30 homes for sale in Columbia the town of beautiful homes located on almost ever street and avenue Some very elegant ones Some bargains Prices ranging from 200 to 6000 Call and see my list If you have property for sale list it It costs nothingto list i come in touch with all the buyers I am assisted by hustling business men located in differ ent parts of the county We can sell your property for you If you wish tQ buy or sell dont worry butseeGjp Smythe office in Garnett Building Columbia Ky 40tf Anyone desiring first class accomo dations at reasonable rates during State Fair Races horse show or any time when visiting thecit1 call to lee V tMrs Rose D Stark v J82 South FirstSt LoulvillejKy Farm FrSaIe I have for sale therrn known ajs tke Cyrui Whatf tp ier i4i aQQnwJ aora- iw1 = Tr c i f iE l 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 rn1 of limestone land and produces J fine icrops of grain and grass It is divided by the Columbia and Jamestown road and would make two desirable far Neighborhood unexcelled Good church and schpollnear Will g at a bargain and can give possession this fall W A Coffey Columbia Ky Course in Agriculture The Western Kentucky State NormaJ School offers a practical course of study in Elementary Agriculture Demon stration and actual work done on school farm Teachers will have an oppor tunity to prepare for teaching the sub ject Great opportunities offered young men who expect to make farming a life work Course begins Sept 6 1910 Write for information Address H H Cherry President Bowling Green Ky 432t FOXES WANTED l Red and prey Foxes 200 to Squirrels4 250 100 8T1oons J5 to 125 AndExpross h Sendrname of your YprptsofHceln first letterS-j Tii 4 WT HODGEN iil Ifcirpv B oxl232 I T M CampballsviilQ Ky U trF s uo fri itileaders Wanted jfv ft The demand for teachers whohave been trained in the Western Normal is greater than the supply The Fall Session opens September 6th Write President H H Cherry Bowling Graen Ky for information relative to free tuition 432t a LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock lf f CATTLE Shipping steer 4506 25 BeEtfsteerso 3 355 40 Fat heifers and cows 3 004 75 Cutters I 2003j6 Canners 100200 Bulls rr 2524iOO Feeders 300g475 Stockers r A 300500 35004500common HOGS Choice 165 to 200 910 Mediums 130 to 165 940 Pigs rV 850 Roughs u 820 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best Iambs 750800 Culls v 550650 FatsheepIft 400550 GR lNrr I Wheat v 125 Corn i00 Local Market The following is the Local Market given by S H Grinstead Co to- dayEggs 17 Hens 09 Chickens J10 Jocks YYY 3 Turkeys 6 to8 Geese vj 4 Ducks si7 f 6 t02iTHides green i 6 to 7 Hides dry 14 t9J6 Feathers 35 t040 Ginseng 5to575 Beeswax 25 to 27 R Man of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tremendous energy are never found where Stomach Liv er Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills the matchless regula tors for keen brain and strong body 25cat Paull Drug Co a Ezyunln i y xi 1d Ever Lastinj- TI3NNESSEE l I 1 t a- i OL t rf C HICkORY FARM WAGONS i I i j f t z Prices Right J1 i r v f 3aJer V h q ji Jelnes Hardwaref7r t rSvah n i t t t r 7TTTsTT7Ji J I I icT 1 tj c 6 THADAIK OOUNTYNEWSv N tr tL TROUBLE AHEADrA When gentle woman goes to vote the time is coming ts fOrfate SbedfeelZhed have to patch It Her gloves will have to match her v hat i Her gown be tailprfitted And of the Iatesfc4mode at thatITwill have to admitted 01 That when fair woman goes to cboosefr And cast the ballot cunning From picture hat to dainty shoes That voter will be stunning l But should the tailor fail to send The new gown as directed The charming dame will never lend Her aid to the elected What use is woman suffrage pray r With which the age is humming IFgowns upon election day Are old or unbecoming Chicago News ADMIRAL INVENTS CRAFT FOR LAND AND SEA USE VH owe Us of Torpedo Fame Predicts I Many Uses For It IIMecraft built for Rear Admiral John A Howells U S N retired which isI designed for use on land as Well as sea Bear Admiral Howells who was the originator of the Howells torpedo ex perimented with a similar craft a year ago but the results were not just what he wanted so this second craft considerably larger has been built and there is great interest manifested inJ J her trials The craft measures twenty feet long r aItauped with a single cylinder ten horsel power engine which will along it is hoped at the rate of seven miles an hour in the water or twelve miles on land Mammoth thirtysix Inch wheels are situated forward of amidships pf the craft and another in the tail of the craft thus giving the boat the general appearance of a tri cycle Buckets are attached to the forward wheels for use in the water while there is also a small propeller which Is situated on the port side for auxiliary service in the water There is also a small centerboard in the tail which acts as a rudder for steering the IIAdmiralto the mouth of the Kennebec river where she will be tried upon the sands of Popham beach and she will also be given trials at Old Orchard and she works satisfactorily she will beI taken to Beach N Y aljas a surfboat at life saving while it could also be used stationsI 1men gunning along the could sail on the water or go upon the beaches at will 1 WORLD COINAGE PLANNED Leipzig Savant to Explain Trade ExI pansion Idea In Berlin Professor Wllhelm Ostwald of Leipzig university one of Germanys distinguished savants who mostI Columbia and Harvard 1905 has originated a novel project for ai universal world coinage l He has been invited by the Merchants and Manufacturers association of Ber lin to make the first public exposition ot his idea before that organization some time in September or October The association will ask leading bank ers and exporters to attend the meet ing and poin in the discussion as to the practicability of Professor Ostwalds proposals The scientists general idea is that the commerce and intercommunication Of nations would be immensely facili tated and simplified by the adoption q iota money system and coinage coin mon to the whole civilized world Professor Ostwald holds honorary unlversitieso j iWAR ON HAT SALUTES Darmstadt Society sltsFrV V and Unpatriotic chl tWhy raise your hatis the of the Society For the Promotion I f German Modes of Greeting hoseI p headquarters are at Darmstadt IJl wasteful habit the society urges because it wears out the lint brim HiS 4junJiealthful because in badw eathr it LJ apt to bring 0n coids And worst pf all it Is unpatriotic for the custom t vas adoptecTfrqm the French the first iination in Europe to bare the head as a tform of politeness v ATbe true mode of greeting for Ger = mans the members say is the military OMlute which is fpurery Teuton or jlgiri having originated among the of of the Prussian grenadiers fccrsThe ocJcty has gained many adher o ents and the Inhabitants of Darn i tadt are now accustomed to see elderly civilians stand rigidly at attention n4lrlrlngihe hand smartly io the fore a head when they meet acquaintance In the street Ifi China UkM ChMp WatehM Oba p snowy diver cased watches j t1r Amia IidoU iariety Ark diefa fesiaChina iwtO cil ttt S r t t rl LLl llr S ri lr l Scientific Notes 11 A There are nearly 2000600 horses vin the Australian Com riionweafth There are over 29r 900 indoor paupers in England and Wales New Zealand has about the lowest death rate in the world The wild pampas of Patagonia produce wool and hides worth millions IJapan has an aeronautical com which is making a tour of the world to study the sub = ject l Sir William Ramsay recentlY exhibited a pair of scales which will weigh alseven thousand mil lionth of announce Of 2816718960 eggs exported from Russia last year Great Britain tpok725333760 In Sweden the testimony of a child under sixteen years of age will not be accepted in court It has been estimated that the rats of this usaabout 20000000a per year The woman of Russia and the men of Japan are the most export needleworkers in the world Marriages of minors are much andIiThe Government has under to solve the high cost of living in Vienna by making a grant of 250000 per year for ten years for rthe erection of dwellings of medium size Small farmers are encouraged in Egypt by Government loans for which t9 per cent is charged and colleetedtyjthe tax gather 1tIt is estimatedtthat there are more than one thousand students aIserious Besides Great Britain the oldageIland and Australia- Last yearinearly 200000 tons of fish were delivered to Billings gate Marker of which over 125 000 tons arrived by land and the remainded by water A computation of the value of food material stolen and damaged the world over by rats in the course of ten years repre sents an amount which is stag geringJIn most of the civilized countries of the world except Ireland Italy and Bulgaria the death rate is lower among females than among males Comin Back There For tbicallf indifference and taciturnity said a young man from Knoxville Tenn who was visiting in the city a few days ago I never saw any one that mownIl taineer Two years ago I was camping during the summer with a party of young menand wonle nmthe mountains During our stay there we became acquainted with an old tmduntaineer whom we called Sam Fie always referred to his wife as Maria and wefell into the same habit Lastyear we returned to the same place to cam p As we r werft going up the mountain path on our first day Out we met SamwaikII g along appaleAtIYlfi det study E Hello I j mwe all caned WhereMesa i t7FftM r r She s cihacn k there he- sai3 directing his thumb back ward over his shoulder ItIpathand eers transporting a dead body in par rallitwhen we were informed that the deceased was Maria Sam had net thought it worth his pains to inform us that Maria was dead when he stated she was comin back thereLouisville Times Jottings of the Poultry Yard Itis generally true that short legged fowls fatten a great deal more quickly than longlegged ones v t- It is easier to keep fowls in a good condition than to allow them to run down and then build up again Nesteggs aie not needed to induce hens to lay They have no influence whatever over the hens and have been discarded on most farms v Nests in the poultry house are r preferred by the hensif the nests are comfortable but when the houses and nests are filthy they will seek laying places out side Treatment of diseases should begin with the first symptoms 0 The chances for effecting a cure are then greater and the disease may also be kept from spreading Fowlsare very fond of wheat but they should not be allowed too much of it An excess of this raw grain will very frequent ly induce a looseness in the bowels A ratlonof about one fourth wheat will be ssuificient of this grain The object of caponizing is to- improve the quality and quantity of flesh of fowls As a result of his more peaceful disposition he continues to grow and his body develops more uniformly and to a somewhat greater size than a cockerel of the same age A capon also brings a better price per pound Ducks are not so good field foragers as turkeys or chickens their short legs and flat web feet retard their movements They get much of their necessa ry exercise on water Ducks are very desirable fowls to raise however They are exempt from many diseases to which other poultrYtare subject and are hardy and quick growers Dont Break Down J Severe strainson the vitalorganlik strains on machinery cause breakdowns You cant overtax stomachliver kidneys bowels or nerves without serious danger to youself If youvare weak or rundown or under strain of any kind take Electric Bitters the matchless tonic medicine MrsJ E Van de Sande of Kirkland ThattI did not break down while enduring a most severe strain for three months is duQ wh to Electric Bitters Use them ndenjYhealthandstrength Satisfactiono5itivelY guaranteed 5Qc it iPaull Drug Co Breeding i J Editor News S As Bam not at home Jto give the news from Toria I will write from here Iamat Mr A K Rupes one mile East of Breeding word on hislargeto basso barn which will be the best one in this sjecticn Of thee country Mr Rupehaussewera t Hands Imployedarid It will keep uisljusy toget it nerdy for hia tobacco 1h Rup 1a4 ifey Ifeiss tidge have six ibcrtt of the I J J M 1ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR I If so we can furnish anything you may need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof = I ing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns 1 of every description Our stock of Siding tCeiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould t rig is manufactured from Dry Lumber r dt We can furnish any material needed in z our line and keep the largest and best + i assorted stock of Finishing Material of + any firm in this section of the State 1 c Phone 44 SANDUSKY COMP ANY+ COLUMBIA KENTUCKYt + THE LOUISVILLE TIMES fOR 1910 I BRIGHTER 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All Kinds of iVlachliiery R par d = r20J O 0 O U GET OUR PRICES OH Uo o Galvanized Roofingf BEFORE YOU BUY nee our 24 Gauge GalvaniZed mbinedClatsand Cap Roofing put on like tin tool without any nails exposed and is better than any tin roof 0without any nails exposedand is better than any tin roof It will last a lifetime 0without pakitmg We carry in stock V Crimp and Corrugated Iron Rooting Gravel R randlU kinds of lper1Roo6i1c k DehilertBros J SIG East Market between Brat end Brook 0LCHJlSVILLEKYj f Ib bO p JI f T lt7 r TTprw JJ o V r i T tI f i Y i 0f C p I- 1t I t t 1 Ji t EA Ate COUNTY NEWS t S f ii t f tir Jr j tJEI er- Mr Mte IJpton of Eli was here last Wednesday Mr K M Wilson was quite sick Wednesday and Thursday iElniel Harmon attended L the Columbia Fair a day or two tt Dr J M Blair of Elixwas here on professional business Tuesday J L Mann and iamIly and G It Absher and family visited relativessnearManntoVfiSat1 urday and Sunday Miss Mary Flanagan of Effie is visiting at this place at this Writing Mr JP Garrett and family I of Joyce who visited relatives in th neighborhood several days returned home Tuesday Mr A L Foley and daugh ter visited the formers parents near Waynesburg several days last week Mrs Jane Edmonds is build ing a new residence and will re move to it in a few days Messrs J A Edmonds and B E Foley attended the trustees meeting at Avis last Thursday Quite a number of our people attended the protracted meeting at Russell Springs last week C E Willis the wellknown fruit tree agent passed through here Thursday Revs JW Baker and Billie Wilson are conducting a series of meetings at Fairview last week f Glensfork Mr Donar Grant and daugh ter of Oklahoma are visiting relatives in this neighborhood Dr William Blair who was- made a victim of a very painful accident a few days ago is get= ting along very nicely He was climbing into his barn loft when he slipped falling across a beam and broke three of his ribs The Trustees o f Educational Division No 2 met at this place last Thursday and 1Mr Albert Johnston chairman of w this division It should be remembered that this is the right time of year to kill out bushes and briars and jbhfe thousands of farmers who are idling around now could be earning thousands of dollars fry getting busy in this line Odis Williams has been ap pointed road overseer and h e authorizes us to announce that he has established headquarters at Henry Foleys shop and that 1k any person wishing to discuss roadmatters are requested to orFyAlittle son of 0 B Harvey died on the 15th The remains were interred in the Pleasant Hill graveyard If ii LoiigstreeU The health of this community is some better J Corn is looking bad wing ito the dry weather JBWadeof this place has gone toJ xingtohandwilIenter school the first of Septembers Mrs Ida popper is very ill Mrs Lula Hudson isIsicktJit this Vritirig B E Foley Was elected sub district IrusteeJ at Clear Spring 1t lawni that every thing is botiWi Powers feut the tide winebsage bout September 15 L The Russell county fair resulted in a murder on the last day A series of meetings rebeing conducted at Fairview The Sabbath school atFairview is very interesting V Mr Oscar Bertram of Jamestown together with his little boy made a special triptoMrsI Foleys place He and the little fellow got out of their buggy and hitched his horse and the boy gotback in the buggy and struck the horse with the whip He broke loose and ran away with the boy in the buggy The horse was stoppedat Russell Springs the boy stuck to them Mr Bertram was excited almost to death but nobody was seriously hurt A G Coffey is teaching a singing at Ono Milltown Revs Rood and Dudgeon of Cane Valley are conducting a protracted meeting here this week The men of this town and com munity met at the cemetery here last Wednesday evening and re mounded the graves and cleaned badlyIneededMr Dan Gentry and Willes Hammon reports that they have been catching a fine lot of fish with their spontoons 8 Mr Creed Pollard lost a valu able horse last week Miss Ula Breeding visited Miss Mattie Hatcher last Sunday Mr Leslie Chapman of Colum bia visited at Mrs Eliza Thomas several days of last weekr Omer Goode was here calling on our merchants Monday The tobacco crop in this section is in a bad condition if we make a half crop we will do vellI FrankIwas well attended 7 M UlA good soaking rain is needed badly here late tobacco and corn is suffering Mr J F Vancleave a representative of the Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Louisville stopped over here Wednesday enroute for the Columbia Fair Considering the unfavorable season crops are looking fairly well in this section R G Dohoney and wife re cently made a flying trip to Leba non Danville and Lexington prospecting for a future location While at Lexington they attend ed the Blue Grass Fair W R Gilpin one of our best tizensisfiguring on a deal sell ing out here and locating near x Miami Green county Should the deal be carried out onrciti zens will be grieved to give him upR G Dohoney has sold V one of his places to W A Martin for 2800and has purchased alarm 3 miles north west of Lebanon for 64G0 iM 5srs Rose Willis and Kelt ner hustling merchants have just received a car load of Ferti ilzer1 for fall sale Mr Theo PendetoIlacCQIn panied by his two daughters Mrs Pearl vBiatleiv n44 MisB Lenora aced here en route forth flolumbia Fair Tuesday AraHmpNAli PHBTIOM iixlfed to thtJf riM HardwareStore wlUp call d stk WeiMe rir JtlfI1 J j t Diijgo L y Borneo the wife of JD Pat tersonortthe 19tha son Born to the wife of Landy l Stotts on the 25th a sonJ JG Campbell and Mose Woot en are logging for William Pat ten near Breeding this week I Several from this place attend ed the Columbia Fair last week AK Rupe the popular trad er of Breeding paid our town a a visit last Friday He bought a buggy from Mose Wooten while here It is reported that there will be a spelling at Independence next Friday night Mrs Finis Stotts is 7m the sick list this week Rev G R Abrell will preach at Independence on Saturday night before the second Sunday in September also on Sunday morningFrom the number of reports I have heard within the last few days I think that there are a great many squirrels in this community at any rate a great deal of ammunition is being burned The squirrels are now using iij the hickories Milltown Miss Ruth Shirrell of Taylor county visited relatives in this neighborhood last week Mr Sheeney Thomas of Horse Cave visited a tMrs Pate Thomas last Wednesday night Mr and Mrs Irvin Patterson visited their parents at Bliss last Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Watkins who has been on the sick list for some time is no better r The protracted meeting here conducted by Revs Rood and Dudgeon closed last Monday night They had three conversions and the church greatly revivedNearly everybody in the Mill town community attended the Columbia Fair last week Mr and Mrs Wert Thomas of Corbin are visiting Mrs Pate Thomas Mr Q T Rodgers was I n Greensburg last Saturday Since the recent rains the tobacco crop is growing very fast It is believed by the growers of the weed in this section that there will be more than a two third crop made Miss Annie Blakeman of Miami visited friends here several days last week Mr Wallace Beard who i s teaching school nearBliss visited Joe aud Noel Thomas last Sat urday night and Sunday 1 Nell rJ The health of this neighbor hoodis very good at present Rev George filled his regular appointment here last Saturday night and Sunday with two good sermons A good many from hereate tended the singing at Rocky Hill the 2nd Sunday and say they had a good time M r It E Kinnaird oi Illinois who visited his father here for some time has rtturn1 ed home Ed says he ii doing well m the poultry business Several of ih young forispf this wt Wella few arjaio and report a nice tIme 4 rt3Jf t 7r Master James Hunter is visit ing his parents at Gfady ville this week Rev George will begin a pro tracted meeting here the3rd Sunday in September We hope to have a good revival Mr Jake Reece who is teaching school at this place is having a full school and getting along nicely A great many from here attended the Columbia Fair Rufus Pulliam and Leonard Waiker attended the Burkesville Fair JH Kinnaird CowiU oon be through hauling axe handles from this place to market Mr Tom Combs and wife will visit Mr Combs father at Tomp kinsville in the near future Eli The health of this community is not very good v Harry Whittles baby who has been sick for some time is some better at this writing Mrs H Dunbar has been on the sick list for several days but is some better at this time Dr Hammond wife and little son visited Herschel Dunbar last SundayMr T Rexroat has been having some nice fish lately but not caught in a dry pond Mrs Josie McBeath of Columbia has been visiting her parents at Avisfor several days The singing school at Ceffeys Chapel closed last Sunday It was conducted by Mr Oscar r Chilton The colored folks who are running a saw mill at Avis Ky gave a musical entertainment at thereIThe little boy of JK Butcher who has been sick for a long time is improving 1Mr Owen Blair moved in our agoIT Mitchell visited their daughter one night last week- S Mr B F Rakestraws mill is full blast and is cutting lots Iin nice lumber f I Kerns The health of this neighborhood is very good at this writing I Farmers are all through witht their corn for a while Mr J W Kerns who has been sick for a great while is not improving much Mr Anderson Burton and little son made a business trip to the Russell Springs one day l st week Mrs Eliza Hadley and Mrs I Martha Redmon visited Mrs McQuery and famil one day last week The m rch ntsthis place are not having much trade thisI week J v Mr 4n l rsonBurtoIlandwife visited his sister in Russell county one dyast week i Miss Maggie Rooks was the guest of None E Hudson last Sundav Sunday schoolrat the Allen district is getting along very nicely W1r Burton made aJ busirie i trip to RuseellcountY ore day fj i t The farmers hambrunto hi tlwir whet r f I f i lrcgf = r j WEEKLY I OOURIERJOURNflL IHENRY WATTERSON Editor h Is a National Newspaper Democratic ina politics It prints all the news without ti fear orjfavor The r bs 100 t a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIEE JOURNAL I AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS YEARF f I II vif you will give or send your order to this rtothe Courier Journal Daily CaorierJournal Yr 600 Io Sunday CourierJournal Yr S2OO i can give 3eIWe Daily or Sunday if you will write aFer 1 r- leaeralLX x XXX a i Xe I Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker f r Birdsell Jlilburn = =WagonsA car load oflOliver Chilled Plows A car load ofrDisc Harrows A car load o- fCultivatorsI Corn Planters and One= Horse Corn Drills c f Will havo the greatest and finest displayir of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown f in this seen River Country ready for Spring trade t f 1 SLIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE t t- Will deliver h any kind of Farm t Implements at any station on the L N R R l t Wloodson LewisTb Mercha 1tensburg Ky Mail orders I promply attended to i 1 k b the Adair County News and CouneJornai- l t a one Year fOl tSO i M r 1 j r 9 J T r JF a r J 1 i tII r i w ziJ 1yTHE ADAIRCOtJVTY Fr Jf s to L Gradyillar i tW t i f GT Flowers was in Colum t lbir last Friday K vv We have had iplehty bt rain ffor the pastweek v Ai James Hoy is having a new f barn built which will add great ly to his convenience HMrrJ D Walker spent last Friday in Greensburg Mr George Keltner of Kelt ner was here last Friday shak ing hands with his many friends There has been several tobac fco buyers through this section Only a few crops have been sold up to the present f Mrs J F Pendleton has been in critical condition for the pas week or so Miss Mollie Flowers spent= last week visiting Misses Ora and i Mar llie Moss at Columbia j i W L Grady started last Mon day for Tompkinsville Mr 7 Grady was judge at that Fair last year and gave general satis faction therefore heyas select- ed again this year Mr 0 M Wilson one of our best citizens who has been in I i J feeble health for a year we are glad to note has greatly improy tJed recently and is now able to ride to town and attend to busi 5 a ness fV Mr A T Shirrell arid wife spent several days visiting rela tives in Taylor county last week Mr Shirrell Informed us that the corn crop was firstclass and while en route to Taylor lie saw the finest crop of Burley tobacco in Green county that he ever saw grow Mr and Mrs Shirrell were highly pleased with their Wisit We had a conversation a few days ago with Mr Charlie Browning who has just returned from a visit to Missouri Said he spent several days with Mr L M Wilmpre and family his brotherinlaw formerly of this place We are glad to note that Mr Wilmore and family are nice ly situated wish everything that it takes to make a home happy with fine prospects for an abundj ant yield of everything planted and above all they are well sat isfied with their new home Mr Browning likes the country fine and informed your reporter that if he could sell his farm for its if worth that Missouri would be his future home iMessrs John Lowe P V and ML Grissom of Columbia Mr Mayfield of Glasgow and W R Lyon Campbellsville were shaking hands with our merchants in our city last week Miss Vic Hughes of Columbia fc and her charming visitor Miss Myrtle Zimmerman of Webster StC are spending the week with the family of Mr and Mrs 1 JA Diddle f The pie Supper given at theI t Baptist church a few evenings ago was largely attended everybody spent a most deligh- ful time The proceeds went to swell the missionary box A L t i jy Pickett if t fJO l ji The health of this community i is very good at presentt 1r f 22 Several people frpm this sec Faikr g Biss Willeoxin of Blair ipa h z JJ tj J if Sol me tobacco has bent cut in f tthesectr ionr I cst JI I pMr4 ofvnear Sulphur Well passed here one day last week en route tole their son who lives near Bliss Some tobacco has been sold in this section for 10 per hundred Mr Abe Parson is now the hux stet in this section Mr Allen Parson sold one sdw and Pigs to Joe Henry Caldwell for 15 cents per pound Miss Mollie Caldwell of Co lumbia was visiting here on day this wk- neo of Mr Tom Dowells chil dren was bitten byamad dog one day thisweek A little darkey was killed by the train at Greensburg ore day 1tThere is a fine prospect for corn in this part this season Teachers Association The Teachers Association t o be Held at New Liberty Sep tember 17th 1910 1 Purpose of Teachers Asso ciation J V Dudley wischotJ Marshall 3 Agriculture jn the school Olie Taylor 7 4 How the State is benefitted by education of its youth E A Strange 5 Value of memorizing choic- uotationq in school Viet MurI rah 6 The intellect how trained Flora Powell Eliza Strange 7 A few of my hardest poin- to teaching Nell Miller Eva Murrell 8 Methods of teaching Syn thetis and Analytic combined Ben Jeffries 9 True culture how obtain ed Laura Smythe 10 Attitude of parents toward the schools Hattie Bradshaw Bessie Young 11 Attendance how obtained Mrs Yates 12 Means of securing good orderTuther Young 13 Relation of school powers to national success J Vz Dud ley tr Y E A Strange aPresidentL Webbs X Roads Mr J A Webb and daughter t Capitola attended e Columbia Fair Prof Moss wife and baby of Columbia spent a day last week with Mr J A Webb and wife Mr Sam Foley and family left for Indiana one day last week Miss Susie Bradley is spending a few weeks with JB Smith and wife of Fonthill Mr Ben Foley left for Jndiana one day last week Mrs N E Weir and daughter r Jessie spent Sunday at Marcus Tarters of Tarter Kyti Mr JA Webb and Wife at VietMr James Winfrey grocery store is doing a thriving businesst with Mr Hpltof Russell Springs clerk v 1 v Mr Thomas Roy and wife have moved into their new residence Mr Acy Scholland family of Jamestown have moved into pur community for a short while- ale jrDjfttr cthA1it a boo t eei rl iakitiohf 11 IWI t lj Nt 1 5Ji r if01J 4 w 1Jlne V IItY Jyr1 fif jftJ Editoreof the Newswe are again found trying to pen you a few lines The recent rains has delayed farmers some in progress of wheat and oat sowing W C Smith Columbia was doing business inour town last Thursday Mrs Martha Bumgarner Bumegarner purchased a house and pot near the mill from W N price not known P V and Lee Grissom of Co lumbia were calling on the merchants here last Saturday Judge Herriford and L Bennett passed through h re1 with a nice bunch of stock last Thursday Joe Hubbard of near here lost a 10 year old daughter on the 1st from dyptheria The health of the immediate J community is fairly good at this writingJim hn stock trader 7ofmidst last week looking after stockwThere seems to be avfairly good demand for suckling mules some have changed hands in our locality at Fair prices presentecorn crop is very promising the the best average crop in this locality for yeartA good many farmers are cut complaintsof leaves falling off Miss Susie K Page and Miss Maggie Ruberts were guests of the Misses Feese last Tuesday JjIfrom this place attended the Fair and got their share of premiums Misses Mary and Ada Feese are visiting their sister Mrs Maud Massie Taylor county this week f Willie Callison made a business trip to Campbellsville last FrIdayoMrs Rose Dx Starks left thisv place for Lousville last Wednes day morning where she will re sides Ray W Page and Oscar Ed rington were in Campbellsville on business last Saturday Geo Curry and Miss Lula Cunningham of this neighborhood were married Thursday of the Fair Mrs J J Stansjberry is rep ported sick at this writing R A Sublett merchan tat this place made a business trip to Campbellsville last Wednesday He was accompanied by his niece Miss Ivy Sublett r Geo Cundiff arrived from La Payette Ind 7 last Friday r Russell Spring f importantwthing that hasoccUrredaround here recently was theiouting of a number of the r young folks from here last Sunday Prepara tions were made all week Forth occasion and all who were in the crowd can give evidence that nothing was left undone The occasion was a whole day spent at Sulphur SprmgiJ about 2 milefjfrom this places The fol ibwinir are ts oMJ rho were im ittie parity Mts Ermine Wibio- Mrs nI 4 Miau Marilce Gja Y iiW LIt tt i iri1 c Y 7f r ir W 7 Sl fIS1lJI 1 tiV L slL a LindseyWilson a Training School- S 1 Safe Place to put your Children JI JJl 7f d ERARYrnu jNORMAL 1BUSINESS itw EXPRESSION 1j IE MUSIC iFi Tit11 S rlIinC 71 V 7I tC Fall Term Opens September 5 1910 8rn- Igo not put of your Education Now is your best time Nextyearyu will be jj itC older and more interested in other t 171 j If you have a crop of tobacco enter by the first of October One whole year in our school is worth two 1 G Spring terms and oreTotal expense one year 1000 For Catalogue address jji NEILSON MOSS Columbia Ky 5 VtWV V1 tVVVV J T1VWTv r rti mnmmnrn i If I ivl iir m 7 r1I ii rTC7 I If7K V ughan lVr ayme Winfrey Bessie Scales ADell Marcum Lillie Gienimens Geneva Stephens Maud Smith Evoja Selby and Minta Wilson Messrs Veston Holt Leonard Wilson Marcus Hale Luther Wilson Leslie Hale Orville Holt Hollisr Smith Elam Harris Egbert Smith Irvin Is bell Bevlon Grider and Mr Corn best The girls had prepared the dinner and to be sure they showed themselves equal to the occasion It was excellent in deed There was plenty for sup per and the party took advantage of it andremained at the Springs until after supper Such harmless amusements as croquet etc were engaged in and all these together with pleasant associa tion splendid water and pure air rendered the occasionapleas ant and healthful one Mr and Mrs Winfrey Mr F L Wilson and aniily attended the Somerset Fair last week Prof U G Hatfieid and r Mr Lindsey Snow attended Tomp kinsville Fair last week Prof Hatfield will remain in Tompkins ville as the principal of the Graded School Bro Hulse delivered one of the greatest sermons on last Wedndsday hight that the peo ple of Russell Springs have ever had the privilege of hearing It was great really great Not many people were in attendance Iat the quarterly meeting Wednesday night owing to the rain Mrs Fields who has been visiting her mother at this place for the past two months has re1 fturned to her home in Missouri i Hon IC Edwards spoke to- a large audience Friday Irvin Isbell left to day to join the Columbia base ball team He will g6 with the team to Greensburg Saturday where they will cross batsr a r Birthday Dinner On Aug 24tK the neighbors and friends oi Mrs Eliza Grider met at her home and gavaher a surprise dinner itlb iniht8th bchdiiyi Siatii early 1koux tlie useC totssremble until the r e 81 presents a l broc tQwrellfibaske t and aac Wi e ili ia 2l 1t J f r r 30alE39E3B 3 09IOHOUE39D9DO let1tucky Farms Ifyou are thinking of buying a farm Central Kentucky writeQ Qus for descriptive lists of farms have tcf sell We have for sale own ourselves a number of bluegrass farms of all sizes I well located and reasonable Fine burley tobacco Q lands good pikes near good schools and colleges with convenient Q railroad facilities We have a few exchanges We can quote you Wpnces of from 3000to OUOOper acre for limestone lands ImW a1Mu aa3E3f3F33l3 t 33E3 DBOE THE GLASGOW FAIt September 28 29 30th and October 1st the dates fof the 53rd annualexhibition of the Fair This Fair very large and Horsemen and Farmers Three Moneys all rings 20000 tobacco and torn Send the Secretary for a Catalogue sand examine these premiums and come dget some of them See the Big balloon A INS PrY THOS DICKINSON Sec Cave City Ky Glasgow KyIJ and a regular picnic dinner served short prayer qemg given by Mr Nathan before dinner inhis usual touching style Quitealotof nice and useful presents were received by Mrs Grider Ozark i A little daughter sdf Mr Luther Montgomery also one of Frank Montgomerys T has dip theria t J A little son of Mr and Mrs WfO Conover who lives near Gray Craft died Sunday with iiptheria r A rain has fallen today loi goodnWhat shall we render unto the Lord for all his benefits Sunday was the last appointment at Clear Spring for this conference year Jr5r Currie filled appdiutment for Bro Rood f f Mr Jesse BrY nrwjfe and children visited Mr John White and wieat1Sund f r Miss Nannie aleYvisitiMia s jLula Bryant last Sunday iJ1r WvlEfih3iflS Iai i taL 11 lry r j b jf wl iit i t f t v7 t IW Im STEAM 1 HEAL 5 1 ELECTRICrt m LIGHTS 1rn- f f Iv V r a vVVVit n C ri I f a 3s in we limestone M very id prices W on us = 3E33 f are Glasgow is offering attractive premiums to in on 5000on to an ascensions W y a Murrell gentle Last fthe e z l tt Mr Eh Bailey and Mr Kent Bryant swapped cows last Tues day JfMrbought of Spurgeon Bryant three shoats for 12 Mr Willie Reynolds t bought one horse of Mrs Omjeriar Jeff 4rriesMr John White bought atwo year old heifer from a Mr Hudson for 29 Rev George Harvey and wife attended protracted services at- Russell Springs last Sunday Mr Jo Kearns blacksmith at this place will move to his new residence one mile east of herein a fejv days He has enjoyed v a splendid trades n ehejhas been located at this place p I will close by saying corn crops are fine in this community the wheat crop was light but farmers are preparing to sow a large crop this fall t J t rjIt Saver His lies Allthought Id ldea tpYI writ rJ ASw8nsenrl wattQ1fnt iiil Ten y iws ofeesin t lf dbsfcor k laidrme Tbtai Buek1sn s tAi Slr ltJ soIed and wen ftfalIiWeforiki 1 lt Iese 5xNBas Sead XJMt and r at Pins IIDr11t i r y f