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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w i f c 1Ugt I 3 i kibi SS 1 o il ait UUflI y 10J 0i i t t j if F Si f XIII COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1910 NUMBER 45 kiJo citj PhiladelphiaV i Probab1y p young iian who ever left- lQplunibia haEf rged to the front faster than Jamj Jlilmeris n of Mr f was a at f tKygpliace Jor many years zlij igp from Montgomery Ala- S ofrrfollofnjof him An appatmejit which we consider i1dS ji essential qualities is formerlyYt tt ity Mp for six years later president leJKnowles Drygoods Coirtpany of greatlLliddle West In fact a stronger J more acceptable selection could not beenmade and the wisdom which 5i1 ted the same can not be too mended for Mr Gilmer isahighj irrfoughly conversant with every de STSTj f Jtil uf the line of work that has been cpmraitted to his chargeViC ln coming to PhildeJphia Mr Gilmer enterprst5 country the success and growth of i f rch irms as Gimbel Brothers ana sim t concerns testify to this fact- Ve are glad to note that men who Jrre established their ability in the school ofexperience and have attained enviable eminence in the business world faiebeing sought out by Philadelphia b infIr duced to come here thereby adding to Gttf strength as a business community J indu3trialIt4ty not only to its business interests pifctp its social interests and to the uker spirit which prevails and per vades amongus fIfyou want a jersey cow attend the 5thfiJf7v Public SaleV i x On Saturday Sept 17 1910 at mj j Mothers home two miles from Colum bia at Cheatham bridge I will sell at public outcry one combined horse ant sheepdhoj J ing implements corn wheat oats and hay and also the growing crop of corn The farm containing 70 acreS well 1watered and improved is for sale pri vately This farm is in one of the best communities in Adair county and a desirable home M Rey Yarberry P S The farm will be sold on day bidderdate M R Y The last of open air gospel meetings which have been conducted by tie pas tor of the Presbyterian church during the summer months was one of the largest attended and proved to be one of the most interesting of the series The service was hejd in the yard of Mr M Antle on Bomar Heights and the friends of that section attended in large numbers The experiment of open ajir services has been so well received that Mr Crawford promises to repeat them for next summer Standard Elastic Cement Paint a perfect covering and preservation for byReadI b L B Cain sold to A Hunn 9 heifers for 3J cts to Braxton Massie two cows for 10 to W A Garnett two steers for 48to W R Dohoney one steer- Dohoneytwo forforMeider for 15VFor SaleA few choice thoughbred single comb white leghorn roosters Price 100 each Mail orders will fe ceive prompt attention KyR ofltneiiteachingtliisyear Standard Elastic Cement Paint is the best for any roof Read Hardware tof V42tThe Louisville Conference willbe k ldTn Rus ellvilie beginning the 28th of this month Bishop Kilg who will pride over the Conference halDQtj fled the Presiding Elders in the Confer ThUSday the 15th inst t Nif Fall sUcfc tfsuitsVgdVyeict ftr mci toys ami cWlret Is ready ftf iIpeet145V 4 t L B Crawford occ IXId fcl h t joJiuroli SUn ttitainirJSabsf1drif f s tr t1 v r f iDeath of a forerResident Citizens of Columbia were surprised and grieved last Tuesday when they read in the Louisville morning papers that Dr Melvin Rhorer was dead The end came at his home in Lexington at 4 oclock Monday morning the 5th irist For a number of years he was a resident of Columbia and had a large acquaintance and a fine practice throughout the county His first wife who was Miss Virginia Weatherford a daughter ofa prominent physician of Louisville died in this place Several years after the death of his first wife he was married to Miss Sue Rayof Edmonton who with two sons and one daughter survive him The writer knew the deceased weIr and occasionally received a letter from him the last one about six months ago in which the Doctor stated he expectied to visit Columbia this was a very companionable man one full of life and he is often quoted hereby former associates who were fond of his s cietyVThe deceased waisfa member of the Maxwell street Presbyterian Church Lexington but the funeralservices were conducted by Rev A R Kasey of Louisville whose wife was a niece ofthedeceasedV The two sons left aregroWn inbiisi ness and it is our understanding are doing well The deceased age was reported at 67 and that pulmonary trou ble caused his death Country bacon hams and lard 18c per pound at Russell Co 452t Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses were issued by County Clerk Walker Bryant during the month of August Brent Marcum and Effie Smith Lawrence Wormack and Nannie M Calhoun Henry C Hadley and Lou Ann Keeth M W Burton and L C McQueary Welby Lee Mings and Julia Baxton H L Bennett and Ollie May Rice Frank Lawhorn and Lena Coomer Lee Blair and Mattie C Sparks Geo M Curry and Lula Cunningham W M Wilson and Martha Hancock W 0 McEntire and Myrtie D Smith I Colt Show Wolford Bros Casey Creek will on the 17th of Sept haveacolt show of Royal Peacock Colts The premium wilibeVVFirst best 1500 Secondbest V 1000 Thirdbest v 500 All that have colts please come and be at the show Donfc forget the premiumsV p Card of Thanks We desire to thank our neighbors and friends for their kindness during the sickness and death of our precious baby Mamie who was so Dear to all Mrs Lillian Burton and family The reunion of old soldiers at Weed last week was largely attended There were quite a numberof ministers pres ent and the days were spent in religious exercises Late in the afternoon of Tuesday after exercises had been completed Son D C Edwards spoke to quite a number There was an abundance of edibles on the ground and the two days were highly enjoyable The OddFellows are now in a home of their own They have rented the appartments over the Citizens Bank removed the partitions making a very convenient hall Since the organiza tion of the lodge the body through the courtesy and kindness of the Masons have met in the Masonic Hall Rev D H Howerton of Burnside preached two very eIter ainingser1 tyWednesdlast week From ssonsneard the Baptists of the community like him very much Cojumbia Lodge No 96 F and A L will meet in regular convocation MalYour roof will not rust if painted with Standard Elastic Cement e Paint Sold and guaranteed by Read Hard ware G6 452t JugeJ C Carter held circuit court fttLeitchfieid Gray son omtyiMtweek Wee4Chelffthe gutarJudcfwa ata htftltE refort Mr co irr flaw r Jr wi remove toh new 4rdee on Gren burlltrf t U a1jr friteor twot tr tff1u4 bs OisisYifle t CtW city t r1f 3 Revival Services at Union Church Evangelists Dr W B Holmes of Tennessee and Mr Presley Clark ot Bowling Green will assist Rev jR Crawford in special meetings at Union Presbyterian church beginning Friday night Sept 16dOn and after Sunday following there will be dinner on the ground each day The morning service will begin at 103 oclock and the evening service at 7 oclock All Christian people desirers Pf seeing a wide spread revival are most cordially invited to cooperate in the meetings It is earnestly desired by tie church interested that all the churches surrounding shall receive rich benefits from the meetings j t WatkinsCompanys I represent one oithe best Companies n the world 1am x n the Columbia square every Monday Call and see my fgoods and get my pricesV Jno B Grant- S There is a moral grandeur in th- ethoughtI have made myself The world may wag their heads and you conIIsciousofwhich has always characterized you and l that you now stand on an eminence there ehearthad not the influence of weal thnorthesGod speed you of powerful friendsg but had more heart fixed wiITyouvirtue 2foreand artful companions will acknowledge your superiority and feel proud of beting among the number of your fiiends- The map who is resolved to be some thing in the world should have nothing- to fear and when he little dreams of it honors are gathering about his head and an influence goes out from him which is exerted silently but surely fory the goon of thousandsb We are receiving this week tailoredt coat sqjts for ladies and Misses Newest is fabrics and latest styles 4521 Russel CoV no 6769 REPORT Voi TtlE CONDITION Of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT COLUMBIA IN THE STATE QJf KENTUCKY AT THE CLOSEc OF BUSINESS SEPT 1 1910pRESOURCES Loans and discounts 665 57 Overdrafts secured and unsecur i ljUBonds securities etc 36Q7487 Banking house furniture and fixtures a bVs 00 Due from approved reserv v At agents 12723 08 Checks and other cash itemsV 767 22 Notes of other National Banks150ooFractional paper currentynick elsandcents T 557 31c Lawful money reserved in bank viz Specie 737300tLeyaltender notes i 1 550 8 923 Redemption fund with U S nrM jTreasurer 5 percentofcir C culation 11 f 50OO Total 160978 IS LIABILITIES 1 Capital stockpatd1tV 25000 Surplus fund t 11500 Undivided profits less expenses I and taxes paida 704 86 National Banknotes outstanding 25 000 00 Due to other National BanksV Dividends unpaid p iIndividual deposits subject tq checkV i 9777327 fTotaUwilij iv 160 978 STATEGPXENTOOKYjSf Kss CQDNTY OF ADAiR J I E H Hughes Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swe rthat the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledgeI andbeiiefV E H iSuBscribed and sworn to before me this 5th dare Sept 1910 V G P SMYTHE N P A C Commission Expires Jan 241914 r CoRErAttestI3 F MONTGOMERY Director HENRYIT MILLBR Director JOHN D LOWE Director Next Monday the grand jury will convene Thereis evidently much work that should be done but the great diffi culty the jury will experience will be fh getting witneises before it There are lots of men who claim to be good citizens who will dodge the grand jury in order to keep from indicting the guilty That snot an evidence of goof citizenship If a man knows that cer tain persons areriplating the lWA hJah6uldgJ before the grand jury tell it No county cant prosper unlee f the laws of the ciityare p ptectedi Do not forf tE arbeeb of jer rf wiwOe6ber 5th h t4ViL q laB4G Y Staple and Stiilts Wf fa ilhnry stm R j rt Jti i- niimstjtllllJ trakf- i I Y j 1 a p Uncle Bob Simmons Dead The life work of the subject of this notice endedat Jamestown last Sunday morning He was eighty years oldand one of the bestJjnown men in Russell county He was born in Adair county and lived here until he was eighteen years old The remainder of his life waS spent irithefcoun try where he died He was avery religious man and had been a preacher in the Christian Church fora quarter of a century or longer He was a very kind and obliging niSn and was universally liked throughout Russell county He was a brother of the Jate J B and W D Simmons xof Adair county and also H Cv Simmons whorjivesin Missouri The Columbia Roller Mill is o eiItockedwith wheat and will not more forseveral weeks Public Sale j r will on Saturday the 24th day of September 1910 sell the following pr perty to the bidder The sale to IlwestRussell Springs road Terms made nown on day of sale 4 good work horses 2 mutes 1 thoroughbred JeorieyearoldI xtra good milk cow 6 15 head of fat tock hogs 3 good farm wagons 3f ood buggies 1 good surrey 1 good machine and rake and farming of all kinds Two hundred barrels of corn 15000 Ibs of good cultivators 1 good disc harrowI t sets of double and single har ess 2 man saddles and other things oo numerous to mention Terms of sale made known on day of sale 442t B 0 HurtI LindseyIiWilson to the largest attendance for ears The advantages are severalI oard and tuition cheap intend to send their sons and daughters o school should start them now There no good sense in paying out three hundred dollars for board and tuition when the same can be secured at the Lindsey Wilson for S115 Besides Co lumbia isdne of the healthiest towns in Kentucky u Public Sale On Wednesday the 5th day of Octo ber 1910 I will sell sixty headof fine young jersey cows to the highest bidders The cows will be fresh in De- ember and January The sale will take hic in the town of ColumbraI444t t A dispatch appeared in the Louisville last Thursday stating that Grey Sons store at Marrowbone had been robbed and the building burned There was no date of the robbery and fire and we take it that it was a very small affair and the item may be ancient Stop those leaks in your roof with- oatof a Standard Elastic Cement Paint Read Hardware Cp 452t wMr AndreWW Eubank will remove from Edmonton to Glasgow He has TerryHughdoing an immense business Mr Eu bank is a son of Ihe late Ed Eubank and a nephew of Squire John Eubankr of this place vN w Fall Styles in Mens and boys hat how on safet Russell Co Rev D H Howertori who has been located atBurnside for some time has been called to the pastorate of tHe Baptist Church this place The call has notbeen accepted but an answer is expected in a week or two Standard Elastic Cement Paint the best mai paint on earth Read Hard ware Co 452t L The Eleventh district arYwil1 be pulled off next Thursdayx Both sides are claiming the victory Between ten and twelve oclock p mwe will know how the district has gone unleasthe vote is remarkablycloge Be in Columbia October 5th and at- tendJ i B Barbees sale of jersey cows Tie regular meeting of Columbia Lodge No 230 L 00 F illbein tkgtr hall over Citizens Bank flex Thursday vening There will be de inM oriciiBd every member is urgent topr tt 4tthe iodoL Jamef1 Baughman ii Liacoti eoaty W jyiMn 4o- fGsUti Trnt paid 2E r a JiK tulrwlt tb hIt pi etw- Rr imd in Isntuckt Joj it i4 11 f1 ft 1IrS3d Mwib c o 42t f f PERSONAL r i J Mr Lee Grissom is in Louisye this week Mr A G Norris waheea few days ago V 1rMr W T OttleyVj5fl Louisville this week v Mr CG Pickett is taking in the StateFair Mr Fred Hiir put ineek at the Monticello Fair Mrs W T Ottley is Visitin relatives in Burkesville Mr G W Dillon Breeding was a few days ago Mr Hugh Noe arid family are visit ing in SpringfieldV Miss Mattie Garnett is spending the week in LouisvilleVMr R L Murrell is attending the State Fair this weekV v Il1Ifr G P Cartwright Lexington last Friday Mr Harry Chilson is attending the State Fair this week Amanda Butler is in Louisville IMiSS the State Fair Luther Grady was the Judge at the Tompkinsville Fairf Rev R E Stevenson Campbells yule was here Monday Mr Reed Shelton returned to Mary ville Tenn last MondaycMr J P Hutchison was in Camp bellsville one day last week Mr and Mrs WH Wilson will attend theState Fair this week wifeGradyviUe7I srs B 0 Hurt and Ben Hutch ison are in Louisville this week Mr A M Logan Detroit Michigan was at the Columbia Hotel iiMessrslis left for the StatetFair Monday MrJ T Barbee Jr and wife are ispending the week in Louisville Rev R L Tally is holding a meeting at Temple Hill Barren county Mr H C Feese will spend severalhdays at the State Fair this week- Mr and Mrs B E Rowe went to Louisville for the week MondayhMrs R R Moss and little daughter Mary Maxine are visiting at Pellyton Mr and Mrs R F Paul are shig- he sights at the State Fair this week Messrs Jo Coffey Jr and Tim Crav eng were in Jam stovn the first of the the week Mr Lee Smith and A S Chewning have gone to Horse Cave Fair with their stock Miss Stella Conover left Saturday for Glasgow where she will teach this school year Mr J B Rasher who has been quite sick for several weeks is reported very much improved Mr N B Faulkenburg Jamestown was here a few days ago Miss Fannie Holladay is spending a week in Louisville attending the State Fair Mr Walter Taylor left here Friday for Lexington where he will enter college Mr A S Chewning with a nice string of horses attended the Monti cello Fair Messrs John W Erneskand W H Flowers and wife will be in Louisville this week I Mrs J R Fertine Little Rock Ark is visiting her sister Mrs JM Camp bell Pellyton Mr Geo E Wilson visited his brother MrE H Wilson Terre Haute Ind last week Mr D C Hopper and son Font Hill were here last Friday en route to CampbellsvilleV y EldZTWilIiams and Mrs Wil liams who are confined to their rooms are reported better Mr Tr W Buchanan of the Buchan an Lyon Co CampbellsviUewasher- eadayortw last week Mr and Mrs G A Feeae andfewo children visited relatvoCaseyGreek Saturday and Sunday JCksOlara Wilmore who t cheijI Franklm V11for that jiomt Sa- t4ir41nJa 5752q q 1 tir Lir tand1i B Jau1JC IIJtur Jaistot AtSiSat 7jWm Po1l1 afriytid a v1si tQk si Mrs Nse JOL lSSt tGf7 i J Mrs J S Read of NashvilleYil ting her parents Judge and5vrst George Herriford ftffW Mesdames G R Stults and MrspG W Staples are in the millinery Louisville this week A ft Miss Pearl Nell of Frankfort spent last week with her sisters and otIirV tives ia ColumbiaV Mr W L Walker and wife are among the Columbia delegation who are in Louisville this week 4 Mr R H Durham will babsetfrom homethis week and will spend a day or two at the Big Fair b Misses Stella Jones and Rosa Mayp Conover of Montpeher were shopping in Columbia a few days ago Mrs U L Taylor was called to Shelby ville last Friday having received word that a daughter was dangerous yill Miss Mary Grissom who isthmusic teacheri h the college Frank in Va left Saturday morning to take up h rIduties Mr Geo Smith son of Mr G A Smithwho has been living in New Mexico returned home last week Miss Lura Smith who visited in Monticello and attended the Fair in that city returned home last Saturday l Mrs W D Frazier and children who have been visiting relatives in OklaV homa returned last Thursday night Gov J R Hindman will be in Louisville this week attending a meeting of the Board of Education of the Metho dist ChurchVMiss Julia Eubank who illsistT Mesdames Staples and Stults in their millinery business is in Louisville for two weeks Uncle Solomon Turpen has been quite sick at home in this place for the past week He is about eightyfWeV years old Miss Irene Squires who has been vis iting at the home of Mr Sam Breed g and the home of Mrs Jo Reed haS returned home Misses Edna Chewning and Pailie eese and Mr Campbell Hutchison ate tended Childrens Day ate Asbury Chapel last Sunday Mr E B Leachman of GreeisburgS here last Friday accompanied by is daughter Leontine eiit red LindseyWilson Schools t DrGT Simpson Breeding WI ere last Friday He reported that a little childof Mr Jas Simpson who is afflicted with diptheria better Miss Lizzie Feese will spend two or three days in Louisville this week and attend the State Fair Her sister Mrs G M Wilson will accompany her Dr J H Grady is spending a portion of this week with Mr and Mrs S A McKay Elizabethtown On his return he will put in one day at the StateFair Mrs C L Pyle daughter of Mr and Mrs JS Breeding who was quite sick in this place f6f several weeks started to her home in Lincoln county last Fri day Mrs Harriet Cundiff wbo recently returned from Indiana to Cane Valley visited Mrs F H Wintrey and Mrs Sallie McLean last Friday and Satur day Dr C D Moore continues in a low state of health He is not confinedrto his bed and can move slowly about his premises He is one of Adair countys oldest citizensVMrs Lou W Atkins left for Louis vill Monday morning where she will seVlect millinery supplies for this market She was accompanied by Miss Sue Baker who will assist Mrs Atkins V this fall M Mrs Mary T Harvey and her daught 4 er Miss May who have been visiting Mrs Harveys sons Denver Colorado returned home Wednesday morning of j last week They report a very delight ful visit Mr Roy Lee Dixon and wife of Ur bana are visiting relatives in Co lumbia and out in the county Mrs Dixon is a daughter of Mr and MrsVSam Mourning and a grandaughter j of Mrs Kate Smith MrA W Harris of Richmond Va who haS been visiting here left for his fe home last Thursday morning His son jv Mr G S Harris and his grandsonMr5V John A Harris accompanied hira toi i be absent sevisral weeks Mr Pres4eClrk of Bowling Green who will condoct the song service atr jtht evanf elSitiic meetings to cprhmence iu JIt1lextFtidatarrived in Cplurh bfiriiialitHrd y and is spendincl a fwr 6ay with his sister r Mrs iCL i IL LrV1 1f iM t GI k 11 f MfJd H Jjlrtri TJii zal 3taiPriMI5cptrM I J l 2t1uutC 1 r w iJfr jttliit it 1 pik3i c it 2iS X e f t y fr b 3y2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS fj J J ltlGtape Culture i t C Grapes will grow almost any a where and are very sure bearers r toqaHf I s place in the yard along the fencer trained over a trellis They may be planted either in the fall 1or in the spring but spring planting is to be preferred Vines one or two years old may be used arid the soil firmed about the roots Cultivate frequently dur r7 ng the summer Wood ashes supply the best fertilizer for grapes and as much as half a bushel can be usedlfor each vine Keep the vines growing nicely v and for the first season do no pruning Early the second spring 4 cut back the strongest canes to three or four buds and remove all the others In the springr after the buds have rr off all but two of the strongest and train these as desired Af ter the second year thin out all superfluous wood leaving enough to bear thirty or fortyclusters on each vine There are a great many systems of pruning but the simplest is the one to be adopted for the farm garden A frame trellis or wire strung on properly braced posts answers the purpose very nicely There are a great number of varieties but some of the old standbys arec the safest HI Fruit Requires the Bees Fruit growers are beginning to realize the necessity of bees for the proper fertilizing of fruit bloom and that the two are mut ually interdependent If any thing the fruit grower derives much more benefit from the bees than the bee keeper himself A number of years ago the veteran bee keeper and queen breeder Henry Alley of Massachusetts now deceased was obliged to move his bees away owing to complaints of fruit growers claiming them to be a nuisance but after a year or two they were glad to get him back again be of little fruit int cause so propor lion to the number of blossoms I have in mind an account I read in one of the bee journals of a man in New York State who bought a farm and set it out to Iruit trees expecting to flood the market with fruit After a few years waiting and getting no fruit he was obliged to sell out to another The second man thought he had a bonanza but soon found out his mistake and sold The third buyer was a bee keeper and wanted it asa loca tion for his bees as there were none around there and at the same time mistrusting the cause of the barrenness of the orchard The result was that the first year he harvested thousands of barI frels of the finest fruit ever rais ed in that section and the orchard has continued to bear since Greens Fruit Grower dtr iffrst Under New LawJ f l 7Thefirst person arrested and il1Jriedin Kentucky for taking a Fr v drink of intoxicants on a arisen gee train since the new law went I h into effect several weeks ago was Herbert Williams of Eriiice- i ion K He was en route on the r passenger train from Paducah thirstydr40 pulled out a bottle from his r pocket and took a perkat it iot CeSb sooner was it done thanlihe I4Zii FtJi- i I ittt 4 r v policemen when the train reached there He lead d guilty be tore County Judge Monroe and- was fined 10 and costs Fruit Requires the Bees Fruit growers are beginning to realize the necessity of bees for the proper fertilizing of fruit bloom and that the two industries are mutually inter dependent li anything the fruit grower derives much more benefit from the bees than the bee keeper himself A number of years ago the veteran bee keeper and queen breeder Henry Alley of Massa chusetts now deceased was obliged to move his bees away owing to complaints of fruit growers claiming them to be a nuisance but after a year or two they were glad to get him back again because of so little fruit in proportion to the number of blossoms I have in mind an account I read in one of the bee journelsof a man in New York State whoI bought a farm and set it out to fruit trees expecting to flood the market with fruit After a fewJ years waiting and getting no fruit he was obliged to sell out to another The secondman thought he had a bonanza but soon found out his mistake and sold The third buyer was a beekeeper and wanted it as a loca tion for his bees as there were none around there and at the same time mistrusting the cause of the barrenness of the orchard The result was that the first yearI he harvested thousands of bar rels of the finest fruit ever raised in that section and the orchard has continued to bear since Greens Fruit GrowerI Black Cake Beat one cupful butter to a cream add one cupful sugarbeat until very light then add one cupful molasses and after mixing thoroughly add four cupfuls of flour in which sift onehalf teaspoonful soda onehalf tea spoonful cinnamon onequarter of a nutmeg grated onehalf teaspoonful cloves one cupful each of dried currants and seeded raisins and one cupful of strong coffee After blending thorough ly add the stiffly beaten whites of the eggs Bake ina paper lined tin greasing the paper It will take two hours in a modern oven to bake this cake When cold cover with yellow icing put on roughly and decorated with strips of citron cut to represent sheaves of wheat a bit of icing placed about the sheaves to rep resent the strings holding them together A Study of Human Nature About as good R way to study human nature is when you are driving on the public road Ifac man is willing to observe the wsand the courtesies of the road he will duly give his share of it when meeting another and hwsb is willing to do the gent1manlyth lg about it But wQenYQl meet one who takes every advantage of those he meets and holds the road QrI his own sel shelf often to the great discomfort of those he meets or will not allow them to pass weare almost sure to think of pork in connection witlujuchr drivers of Icainai V ot- rx i i j JtJ IJ tC Jr ud rJ i The Prevention of Typhoid Before the recent convention ofthe Academy of Medicine at Paris Professor Vincent announced the discovery ofap ef fective antityphoid vaccine He prepared the vaccine by steeping typhoid bacilli in a weak solution of water and sodium chloride salt with an admixture of either Professor Vincent made a number of experiments with animals which after being vac cinated withstood subsequent inoculations with typoid germs He vaccinated thirteen persons tin examination of whose blood after the operation showed that it possessed toa high degree propertiesdestructIve of the typhoid bacillus Further experi ments showed that the typhoid bacilli lost all vitality when placed in contact with the serum of blood taken from the person vaccinated The practice of in oculation to prevent typhoid fever is ral in the United States reIducgjsoldiersfrom dead typhoid bacilli Out of fourteen hundred cases reported by a board of American physicians only one case of typhoid was reported to have been contracted by an inoculated per IL sonLeslies Weekly v Liquor in Japan During the last couple of years there has been a considerable increase in the importation of al coholic drinks in Japan Beer brewing in the Cherry Kingdpm daes back only twenty years when a brewery was established in Yokohama by foreigners to supply the European demand Beer can now be bought throughout Japan The output of breweries not only supplies home demands but leaves con siderable quantities for export r Foreign trade has been almost driven from the market and in 1908 such import amounted to only 8000 including ale porter stout and beer The Japanese now control the breweries In 1908 the exports of liquor from Japan were Sake 1657972 beer 601448 wines and other liquors 37541 masking a total of 2296961 Leslies Weekly J Bad Humor Our idea of bum humorists includes those baseball fans who imagine they are doing something clever and original when fthey show their displeasure at the umpire by yelling Strike every time a perceptibly bad ball is pitched and Safe p every time a visiting player is thrown out by a city block These jokers are on a par with the theatergoers who invariably applaud the boy who sweeps up the jig sand and carries out the preceding performers props This sort of humor must become exceedingly monotonous and flat to umpires and stage handsDetroit Free vPress6 v What Pellagra Islr A number of people have inquired about thedisease Pellagra Which has just come into this section the Republican h8 in vjestaglteda will iVe a few fact regarding it a nattt jrad s m toms vc et peo Ji u q1e ttiI x x Iartbbi 1 JS r new disease and in this section it is but is wellknown in Lombardy Spain and the south of France where it is prevalent among the peasantry It is a chronic nutritional disturbance contamIinated the corn is infected by bacilli which causes fermentative changes in the fresh corn meal producing ptomaine poisoning The symptoms are languor de bility indigeston and restless ness followed by pain and rough ness of skin and in severe cases delirium and suicidal mania Idiocy often results from fre quent attacks Harrodsburg Re publican Glories of Our Own World John Burroughs Let not care and humdrum deaden us to the wonders and mysteries amid which we live nor to the splen dors and glories We need not translate ourselves in imagina tion to some other spere or state of being to find the marvelous the divine the transcendent we need not postpone our day of wonder and appreciation to some future time and condition The true inwardness of this gross anibosmic tree and swelling with all the juices and potencies of life transcends anything we have dreamed of superterrestrial abodes Model Farm Villages egioPS1of and the experiment has novel features which make it an interesting study Intensive methods and the certainty of water make possible large crops on aI small area and the plan is to have the farmers and their fam ities centraliz d in small communities within easy access of their outlaying farms In the Sun River valley Mon tana for instance twenty towns are now being laid out six miles apart so that no farmer even if he lives in the most remote corner of his arm is more than three miles from the school church stores and offices of the village Moreover the towns are connected by trollylines the power being supplied by the irrigation canals which furnish water and power for the farms There i sa similar arrange ment in Southern Idaho where thousands of people have found homes hand have prospered in a region which was absolutely desolate and uninhabited a few years ago- This plan eliminates the loneli ness and many disadvantages of farm life where the homes are far apart and many miles from a city or village Of course it is possible only in a new country where the town is arbitrarily lo cated and made to order and not the result of natural conditions and slow development Theolderfarrningconununi tieS of the country will watch with interest t h e government program in this matter for in it jfchey will fine hints for the solu tionofthe1r own problems problems toward the happy set tlement of which long steps have been taken within the past generation v T t HtGooVIrRtUit iw god u tc r 4 FvT Dr Jones Invents a Great Machine After having laid the nucleus of a fortune by his soap adver tising invention Dr R AJones formerly of this city bids fair to add toitata rapid rate through a recent invention lie has just patented This is a ma chine which will cut into cakes of a desired size the yeast which is made by the great Fleschmann Manufacturing Company of that city The machine also wraps the cakes neatly in tinfoil Dr Jones worked upon this machine at the instance of the Fleschmanns themselves who told him there was nothing in in reason he might ask for such machine as would do the work satisfactorily that they were not willing to pay Hitherto o has so far built and installed two doz en they had been compelled to have it done by hand and the expense to 4 them had been on this item alone about 1000 a weekDr Jones machine does the work of a great many hands and will efecta great saving in time and money He does the work satisfactorily Hitherto machines yeastIgive satisfaction 1popularto know that fortune continues to smile upon him Stanford Jour nal Dr Jones parents liveinAdai county i Silage and Hay 1The hay crop is said to be very in some sections of the Northwest on account of dry weather but in these sections the corn still promises a good crop Fortunately it has been thatlsoIfarmers with short hay crops ionI W as dairy cows that large preparation is being made to put in silos haytration and practically continue healthful reed all the coming winter Beef cattle so fed come through the winter in the finest condition when fed on silage and corn fodder The latter serves as the dry feed and keeps cattle in prime condition Ex To Canada and Back The annals of the State of Kentucky set forth an odd incident in connection with the invasion of Canada by the Kentucky troops in 1812 A company of volunteers destined for Shelbys army assembled at Harrodsburg and formed a nucleus around which the military recruits of the countrY gathered on Ute Amarch to theqhio On the outskirts of Harrodsburg so the story runs the company saw two pigs fight ing arid delayed the march to to watch the combat When the march recommenced it was observed that the victorious pig was followings the company and when the men encamped at night the animal lay down near at hand Of course the soldiers fed their plum p tecrjiii The nepf dayi the AiY follow them atid hifeit did daily on the march fueJiitr nf1 1 j Hair the pig waited awhile then plunged into the river and swam across and when the march was resumed the animal took its place on the flank of the moving column The pig now became a great pet and was as sure of rations f as the men themselves and destitute of food as the sol tdiers sometimes found them Wiputting the knife to the throat of their follower At Lake Erie the pig went on board the boat with the soldiers but after eachMirrr ing Bass Island it declined tore rembark and remained behindn the care of a man who volunteerk ed to look after its wan sWhent- he troops returned to tItAm tican side to the iirthe l the right of the line realtor s e the return march toward Har- rodsburg The animal suffered much from cold on thistrip and at Maysville where the army re crossed the Ohio river it was de cided to leave it in the hanako Ua farmer Finally the was lctttakenShelby where it passed the rest of its days in ease and plenty Harrodsburg Herald A Dog Cholera I ItCholera has broken otin 1HQ county and a number of some of themipure eds are suffering Prof E S Goode of the Agricultural College is applying the serum treatment appropriatr ed 2000 for a plant in connec tion with the experiment station at Lexington by which hog cholera serum will be manufactured and sold to farmers at cost Prof Goode is in charge tof this work and will give all the information possible toward stamping out the fatal disease Farmers are invited to visit the station at Lexington and become more thoroughly acquainted with the methods of ridding commui ties of hog cholera There is something radically wrong with the laws of the country that lets a favored few accumulate the millions and you can set it down as true as preaching that when a man makes 100000000 he has robbed other people in getting it What does the man with the hoe think of Nelson W Aldrich father of the present outrageous tariff bill en tertaining J P Morgan John D Rockefeller and others at a lunch last Sunday at the Gooseberry Club in Newport There were fourteen present and the wealth of these fourteen ran up into the billions and not a man present worth less than 15000000 The Gooseberry Club is one of the most exclusive organizations in the country and it is the wealthiest one man for man The poor devil whose children are out at work in the tobacco patch will think of this when he comes ton vote this fall Aldrich who framed up the tariff bill holds the biggest slice of stock in the rubber trust andpeople who buy rubber boots and shoes this win ter will foot the bills of qiJ1S jWsJuncli to John D last oniday Harrodstiurg Herald Save sorghum heads kafir and jmilo for fowls They will relish this diet in winter and your grain feed will be greatly saved if you have these products Threshing is not necessary as the fowls can do their Own r AiDcnQ et needederer Diet baodoi t tJ 1 i Ld f1 7 4r tr I J l I II 1 I I r J I f I l fl THE ADAIR COUflTY NEWS r 3 t 1lI I it N Time Card 4 la effect Monday Dec311008 i SOUTHBOUND WUIN Lv LOUISVILLE AR LEBANON No 27 700 am 942am N23 v815am 1004 am i40POlNofo 630 pm 0900pm NORTHBOUND tRAIN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE 44 548am rif 750am 78 732 am 1015 ani 65J1meraJo92 732 am 1015 am Nos 92 End 98 arelSunday traps only EI iii j WILMORE HOTEL WN ttlliHttO H Poj STirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rat- esG1DYIILLe KY SD Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Jt Special Attnetin t Eyes Fistul Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices lam well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey liSae Tvhen work is done or stock remtivedfrom stables 4LOCT1ONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE p ON r URKSVILLESTREETI Re5rIhone 29 Office Phone 40J Dr James Triplett Dentist 1 JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK t rnt Bunbar Benttst OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone AttoneyAtLaw If Will practice In J this and adjoining counties J Jamstown Kentucky DR MoEJONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist- Columbia Kentucky Ld T 4 Bpecl attention given to DcnVlStry Dis eases of Urn Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all oth rDIseas Avhlch visits Dumb Brutes OFEI0S Located 1tt barn bade of Han cock Hotel li ijcThe F 1 CountfeV v c f i1News rrtr t 1l And j rierJourna1k Year For p j4t 15t adSunshine 4K J c X y v Y v Bigiday for the children at Pine Grove September 25th 1910 930 Music by Shelton and r Rice brothers string band 945 DevotionaVexercise Rev EPennycuff 955 Welcome addressJ W Mitchell r V f WQ5 Response H VEd monds Vv v 1010 Our purpose here J S Stephens 1030 How to getyoungfollsI interested i n Sunday School work Mrs J E Humble 1040 Miscellaneous Recitations by Pupils 1115 How to increase attendance in Sunday School W S Knight 1130 What the teachers sHould be W F Wilson 1150 Music x J 1200 Dinner H 100 p mLSongbr W K Wilson 105 Bible readingcontest by Pupils 150 Music 155 Select readin1Mr E4 V Wilson i r1 r t 200 Opportunities and how r to observe them Rev W H Hopper 215 Value of Sunday school Rev Bryant Stephens 230 Temperance lecture Rev Pennycuff 300 Delivering presents B H Edmondsr 310 Miscellaneous business- H W Edmonds W F Wilson I Cpm J S Stephens Every body invited Bring song books and dinner B H Edmonds SecI Roosevelts Platform The former President declared himself in favor of these princi pIes 1 Elimination of special in terests from politics 2Complete and effectiyepub licity of corporation affairs 3Passage of laws prohibit ing the use of corporate funds directly r indirectly for pplitir cal purposes 4 Government supervision of the capiaHzationnoto IY oif pub lie service corporations but of all corporations doing an inter state business 5 Personal responsibility d f officers and directors corpora tions thatbreak the law 6Increase in the power of 1 the Federal Bureau of Corporations and the Interstate Corn m rte Commission to control commissions and industry fnore effectively 7rRevision of the tariff one schedule at a time on the basis of information furnished by anr expert tariff commission I 8 Graduated inco ne tax and graduated inheritence taxJ 9 Readjustment the coun trys financial system in such a way as to prevent repetition of periodical financial panics 10Maintenance of an efficient army and navy large enough to insure for tHe nation the respeet of other niatipns sa guarantee of eece J r v 4 reIsources for the enefitQtaU this peoplef2Extension i r oftherk f f2fezXt m i lm vJ g t the departments of agriculture oft1 national and State gcv ernments anqof agricultural colleges and experiment stations so as to take in all phases of life on the farms 13 Regulation of the terms andconditions of laboi by means oftcomprehensive acts State and national laws to regulate child labor and the work of women enforcement of better sanitation conditions for workers and ex tension of the use of safety ap pliances on industry and com merce both in and between the States 14 Clear division of anthority between the nationalland the various State governments 15 Direct primaries associ t edwith corrupt practices and actsI16 Publicity of campaign contributions not only after elections but before elections as well 17Promptremoval of un faithful and incompetent public servants 18 Provision against the per formance of any service for interstate corporation By national officers v Kentucky News The two State Bark Exami nes recently appointed have started on their duties Three persons were injured and a score shaken up by the collision of two interurban cars near LexingtonIFayett county dairymen have agreed with the State Pure Food Department to remedy all de fects in the handling of milk escapedIlunatiC yule Dr D W Gaddie of Larue county was nominated for Congress by the Republicans of the Fourth district at Lebanon Mrs Mary E Davis aged 192 yearsthe oldest woman in Glas gon died of infirmities She never took a dose of medicine until her last illness Marion Knight aged thirty years died of typhoid fever at Greenville Large quantities 6 f barytes are being mined and shipped from Garrard county V The home of T C Goff at Bakerton Cumberland county was destroyed by fire entailing a loss of 2000 Curtis McGuire a merchant at Dan got lost on the road at night drove over avprecipice and met instant death 4 u ShortMeter Sermons f Trials weaken only those who flee from them Hoping for the best from a man helps him toward itr Originality is the original sin according to the bigot Love lays down its own life ia1 quenches that of others It is better to seem green than to have gotten beyond growing Itnever brings heaven nearer to stand x ri your neighbors corns t Some men Ia5wn their faith Blather nsenditout to- work L pie fact tliatyou ar displeasing people is Stlf yipetJce that Vv you ar ple1SlnitljeI rq i s i fjr 1 L Teachers Association The Teachers Association to be held at New Liberty Sep tember 17th 1910 1 Purpose of Teachers Asso ciation J V Dudley 2 Gpod points in the new school law Edgar Royse Robt Marshall 3 Agriculture in the school Olie Taylor 4 How the State is b n fitted by education of its youth E A Strange j 5 Value of memorizing choice qUQtation in school Vie Mur rah 6 The intellect how trained Flora Powell Eliza Strange t7A few of my hardest points in teaching Nell Miller Eva Murrell 8 Methods of teaching Syn thetis and Analytic combined Ben Jeffries 9 True culture how obtain ed Laura Smy the 10 Attitude of parents toward the schools Hattie Bradshaw Bessie Young 11 Attendance how obtained Mrs Yates 12 Means of securing good orderLuther Young 13 Relation of school powers to national success J V Dudley E A Strange Vice President NerveVIndomitable will and tremendous ener gy 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 2oc at Paull Drug Co 4 Donts for Churchmen I Dont try to lead without love Dont attempt to be grateful grumblers Dont forget that heavenly bye f s more than a love of heaven Dont make the jp e opl e miserable by being hungry to become a martyr Dont fail t o reach in your pocket when you want to feel for the needy Dont imagine you are pleasing the Lord when you are dis pleasing people Dont assume t 6 piousness when you are only peddling other peoples phrases Free Dyspepsia Sample Sufferers from indigestion are wakr peppermintlozengs cures are only makeshifts in the cure of so troublesome a complaint as chronic indigestion What is required is something that will not only relieve but digestiveapparatusand this these simple remedies cannot doI There Is something more to the cure thebreaUlnotcuretpermanentlyIs poor bowelcirculation and that re t quires a scientific laxative We know of no remedy that combines these roi thnnDrCaIdwelIsSa quarter of a century atlVeural Ingredients for the cure of con etipation Indigestion liver trouble sour cornplaintsmusclesthaturafly and when that has been accom FannledStuartBlackburnMobeGarneconVlnp pija cure etc were at best only r mplebotJtlLaterhaving Intotpleasedto tothea1ttsrslmpltridcyolrMmeothIrwl4 JOL rIiIuet the doOtor R0OCaidwsIi i i T f 71I sXdS i r 1- I Summer Clearance Sale Following our usual policy to rid our stock ofIdiscontinued patterns short lots odds and ends I WQ have inaugurated our f Summer Clearance Sale r iIfyqu visit Louisville get acquaintedwith our- 4 Icut prices on It Carpets Rugs and Drapery It means a substantial saving to youjin everyb11 IInstance Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff IjI 522 524 W Market St- Louisville Kntucky I t XXXX XX X XX w tJ W FRANK CORCORAN f HighGrade t Marble Granite Cemetery work See US before rof all kind you buyT t Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and adjoining counties 4 Main Street Lebanon Ky t With the Dairy Herd It is easier to keep the cows from getting out by fixing the fences beforehand than it is to breakthem of the fence habit after they once get it If you have not already set apart some space for field pumpkins or mangel wurzels you have made a serious mistake It isnt too late now Pure water is necessary on the dairy farm As milk readily absorbs odorsi dont set your milk pan s where food is kept The richest milk is the last that leaves the udder esurel that the cows are milked clean The temper of a bull does not improve with age handle him al iblelsource Cows horses anS sheep suffer from the direct rays ofthe mid summer sun as much as do men If you have tgot trees sheds should be built IA half cupful of wheat flour a raw egg in the milk if given to a calf with scours is said to be very beneficial Kentucky Fair Dates LThe following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1910 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or cor rection of dates K Horse Cave Sept 214 days Falmouth Sept 284 days Glasgow Sept 284 days Chops when fed exclusively to young chickens cause constipation Better results will be had chops are fed sparingly and a diet with more protein be given The Lash of a Friend would have been about as welcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Y as a mer chess lungracking cough that defied all remedies for years It was most troublesome atnighthe 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 qufckly and never fails to- satisfy A trial convinces 50c 100 Trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Bone meal furnishes lime to diet and is effective in helping tot grind the food of fowls Laying hens will be especially benefited if given bone meal occasionally 4 ThSi Womans Beauty Some women retain then beauty io an advanced age But women who regularly endure pain age rapidly for suffering leaves its lasting marks on themSNearly all women suffer more or less with some form of female trouble It should not be neglected AYoid the painrrtreat yourself at home by taking Cardui as thousands of other women have done Begin at once and give Cardui a fait trialI TAKECARD U 35- y llWIllHelpYou ifrs Katie ISurlisoii GoreYiile ELL ted Cardm and writes J vfjf suffered with female troubles and was so sick J could not stand on mj feet finally I egan to take Cardui and soon began to muchbettor t AT AIL DRUG STORES t k i Li J Tt lc e Ii i r iI n 1 f f SC fJ r 4THErADAIR COUNTY NEWS 0 if lrrr THEAllu1R GOUtiTY REW8 Published Every Wednesday r IV TME Adair County News Company r IucoRPDRAT J CHAS s HARRIS EDITOR DemocratICnewspaper devoted td tI1Iterest of the City or Columbia and thtf e of Adaitahd adjacent counties Enteredat the Columbia Postoflice as sec ond class mall matter WED SEPT 14 19l0j It looks very much now like the next House of Represents fives will be Democratic The Democrats will open the September24thj will speak Next week Democrats of the Eleventh district will meet in Somerset and name a candidate for exiMr Roosevelt has for c e United States Senator Lorimer berlofA grafter can not keep company with the exPresident The Democratic Congressional Committee of the Ninth district has elected William Bramlett State Central Committeeman to succeed William Addams of Har- risoncountYThe latter named gentleman is a candidate for Governor Goy M R Patterson has done one good thing for the Dem- craticparty o of Tennessee A few weeks ago he was renominated for Governor but seeing that Carmacks friends and the tern perance Democrats would not support him withdrew from trace he last Saturday W e takeit that aiponvention will be called at once and a nomination madeI c The Insurgent Republicans knocked out the regulars in Michigan and in New Ham h Samejlfe tone Representative Charles F Townsend an Insurgent won for United States Senator in Michigan over the present in iciunbenc J K Burrows by overy 25000 majority A political campaign of some kind is going on all the time A great many men who are enthu siastic for their cause quit busi ness and talk politics year in and year out For thq past two months we have heard nothing rliuttheRepublican primary which will take place next Thursday the Edwards for ties ciainiingHthat helwill win and f the Powers forcestclaiming that ie will be victorious After the primary they November will be discussed electionI the Gubernatorialcontest So iybu see itis politics for suppert breakfast and dinner the whole rpf our time So far as we are concerned we would be glad 0f a than g a of diet occasionally r J f SeQatorrWHliam IjOrimer o f lilmoisi iwere iiivrted to attend a bang ipyen by the Hamilton Club Chicago A ommitteemet RQo fdfcat 1Freep JL were there not only to meet teV lf1 X EreiiiJent but to make iUHio 1ona xngement far- r lo r ffl 4 iP My quet which was held last Thurs 9nwfthltheasked Will Senator Lorimer be Yes he Comemberceptejd an invitation Well yojli send him a telegram saYIngtnatf Iwill not be at the if he T7iswas sent The readers of th News understand that Senator Loriraeris charged with grafting Harrodsburg Herald T he operating cost of the Taft goy ernment for the year ending June 30 1910 was 1044014 29823 As Congressman Cul sicthisgoverning this republic is mor than equal to one dollar for every minute of time since the birth of Christ says the ChicagooUlnal Do you wonder that your living repenses paiddyour tremendous forr yourself your wife and ever anIs about 340000000 For every dollar the government receives enfromindustries take five dollars out of the pockets of the American n public or the enormous total of 1700000000 a year You must Pay your share of this and an ad ditional 1225 a year for each member of your family This brings your total direct and in j direct taxation for national gov ernment up to 3375 per person or if your family including your s oft1687i5proximately 325a week Workingman how do you li paying this amount to uphold Republican extravagance at Washington and enrich Republij can slave drivers in the tariff protected eastern mills How much longer are you going tor uphold Republican Congressmen Mwho tawho will reduce this tremendous tax upon your slender resources s Cane Valley I ICutting tobacco is the order the day with farmersv The wind storm of last week blew down a great deal of corn l Judging from the amount of fertilizer shipped in this part there will be a good acreage of wheat sown D 0 Eubank is reported quite sick at this writing 1Mrs Sallie Kelly is improving IIthrough the bluegrass this week1 Rev J H Rood who for2L years has been the circuit ridert for the M E Church this trice left wi thhis family for Jackson Mich last Wednesday where he will reside The scare of dyptheria williopenW R Hutchisdn was ohr the j silk list several days last week 4X MoodyLCUi mlinkdst lilJ rs tai yr li Lj0 W McAlllatr ad f are visiting at ra f week a v tJit JJ 1J i WrElNorthern hasmbved his family to 60 lumbia Braxton Massie and familYof Columbia weree visiting Mr J Sublettllast Sunday Campbellseville was here last Tuesday and Wednesday on business = Mr Hatcher a traveling man of C ville was making our town the latter part of the week Mr Chapman Dohoney isadd ing some valuable improvements to his residence A A t Mrs Lena Cundiff is reported k at this writing thineplace will attend the State Fair Laugh at your correspondent CIGetoffended port you in his letter because he couldnt guess when that is fsknowing for you wont tell him the news If you would help him Cane Valley carpfurnish a letter to the News every week OfsomerI a thgenoIt for his town he certainly i against it He cannot be for and against at the same time Cray Craft f t i Diptheria seems to be ragig in this community t Our farmers are busy turning the soil for an other wheat CJopl Mr Anderson Murrell was visiting at the ho riofMr SlH nightkMr S Murrell was at Colum bia last Monday The singing at Oak Gr Velyt Friday night conducted by Prof Anderson Murrell was s1 a success in every particul f it lvna PleasIInighlf W t jHi Sundayf 4 i The singing at Mr Si H Ab slier s last Saturday nightcon Murrellfwas largely attends and all report a nice time The school at Concord con ducted by Mr RobertBailey has been suspended Jon account of diptheria iThe saw mill at this place conducted by G L Maupin Sons will soon complete the set and will go Ito saw a contra near Roy Mr Lander Bryant of Ozark was a pleasaut visitor at the Oak Grove school last Monday Mr Anderson Murrell went tor Pleasant View church last Mono day afternoon to give a lecture ion Vocal music the spelling contest at0 jIn JrJ school last Friday fir Irehasprize fry Samuel M JryMiss Rutha Bryant of Roy who has been t visiting friends and relatives in this comnauiiity has returned home Uncle Banti j3rJtdltne champion croquet phi lU k GroVi It ja a I d tYr 1 ti t e Mr i fs3Jy S 7T jtj jr1 i oJooo j xo- Opportunityeo for Live Ones We are opening agencies for E M F and Flanders cars in every icountylln this State and will close up this county soon We O t method of lettingthewideawakepeople of this county IL iAmsll hENTiS Y t II Flanders 20 The 191 O ensation 0A four cylinder 20 H Pcar IsII=Hh or nL The click of the typewriter can be heard at all hours at the Oakc Grove school and the class iso doing some excellent wo rjc u IrInight The singing at SSulphur Well l e first Sunday conducted by Profs Murrell Hill and others ofsdinner good sIngIng arid goodI order prevailed throughout day f Mr Anderson Murrell made aI special trip to the home of Johnie Breedings last Friday Messrs James Hays Anderson Murrell and Miss Mabel Murrell left Monday for Berea Ky where they will enter school Dirigo Luther England and family Sparksville visited at Matthew Wpotens last Saturday and Sun day K R L Campbell made a busi- sess tripto Burksville lastTues day lf IGarnett Breeding Amanda here one daYasst week buying timber 7f T Bennett our mailcarrier is taking a rest andLandy Stotts is on the route EngIlumbia last Tuesday Mary the little daughter of Mr and Mrs J G Campbell is very sick at this writing Cager Burks and wife of the Greenbriar community left for Jeffersonville Ind last Wed thatetJ G Campbell andYMose Woot en have formed a partnership and have embarked in the walnut log business As there has not been a walnut tree of any size left in this community for thirty years or more the chancea are that these parties will soon bemillionaires MrsJ G Stotts was on the nesick list several days list week r 0 U 4rv Cutting tobacco is the iprder g thedayr M X W Scott made a busineits trip to Columbian last Saturday Tr6s Jnr Hacyi1 lias 1kI1 on the sick list for a few days 4i4r- y VM piblfPot rflSPPrSS ilUft JIIiIL LX JJ f j t i vA t 4 Vi1f i if t y Jt know that it is possible by quick action to secure the most valuable automobile agency in the UniedStatesA The E M F factory is the largest automobile factory in the world and produces more cars than any other factory in the world TheE MFand Flanders cars are recognized at being alone lookingForanyou profit and form the basis of a prosperous continuous busi ness let us hear from you im mediately i 1 EiP M prices P hill climb some b IT WOULD BE BEST TO WIRE 0 Studebaker Automobile CoILOUISVILLE BRANCH DANIEL T PATTON Manager or CJ 0 0 o 0 Give us a We Guarantee to Please you supplied With Best the Affords Meats 35c MILLEN IjOUS E1 JM D MILLEN CO Proprs j Located on Railroad St one s uare east ofL cat N Station v Lebanon Kentucky i== III FERTILIZERS to Jf tI you want grow Wheat Grassi r0b Oats brands are tc t t tFHE GROVESrt fT See itand get what is suited L to your b t Cr UC YOUNGa- c IIPl business of 8 III 1tF uc Mrs W L Strange Picnic visited Mrs Arthur Royse one day of last week fMrready to erect a new dwelling Mr W H Royse visited W L Strange of Picnic one night last week isAKshci Diptheria scare is raging in this neighborhood Mr and Mrs W A Rice and children spent Saturda3rand Sun day at Mr WA Several from thisplace attended the singing at Graycraft Mr M A Brockman returned home Monday from an extended visit to Louisville and Franklin Ind Rd Dillhighanlisllt hpme from Camphellsville X Mr and Mrs H B Rpberjion were theguestsof Mr and Mrs N R Thomas last Sunday Miss Essie Triplett was at home from Friday until Sunday Mr and Mrs B R Bailey vis ited Ifr and Mrs Sherley Wik SonfrQmFrtdy until Sunday jMhr Ji uaseil botight I of Iriiiiober tsofi Joi l3 H1f 1trr a11 l J sari J of Cob spie1it h Bti F t tX I W k tJili o 0 0 TNIRT The E F1 30 A car that cut automobile in half A 30 H silent pos hive evenrunning speedy ing four car 0a Withmagneto and lamp equip ment complete Full five pas senger touring body in hand blue for l250jOLOfo factory lI a trial Table the Market its V tr ii to O the best t J land Sold y of back Russell StoreJ fit Humphress now d calf i ffMrHustonville were here several days last week looking kfrb cattle y rei9nbusiness MrW H AbsHer was 1h Campbellsville last Wednesday r Miss Vinnie Weatherfor spent Tuesday night with Miss Annie Sharp Messrs Frank Cooley and Willie Thomas visited relatives here a few days ago y v Mr John Rule of Gaijliri aV at N R Thomas7 last Sunday v Mrs Claude Callison and child ren and Mrs Nannie Rice of tetla Mail failed to reach Km ff al eY several days last week on theac count of waterM- r rit O P Dillin ham wa- N s at eatsburg last week f lMrsdaughters Emma an r Clara- spent Friday w ththe forms father S W Moore 1 fS Sfe jAnyriD desiring first ekesaauw a Ntssqjij IStte liif botie1r anytJfme Yrs Rose D Stir r 1 t JJ 14 iiLh031Y i fi rv 111r j j5 TIT TTT 5 o c rjt li TIEADAIRCOUNYNEWS ts 51ti1 t fI d iffo l l l1 al J PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W HC SandidgeGreensburg F JBrgergmi hsChapet ZT Williams Pleasant Hill J R Crawfora Edmonton i JrfJJ H Rood Cane Valley J i Turner Mt Pleas rlt 1t W J Leyi MtGilead 1 J Menzies Mosbys Ridge2 1 rT JB M Cjirrie Columbia vvr VS P Stapp Mt Vernon T E Ennis Pleasant Valley v W S Dudgeon Pjkes Ridge I WANT A FARM ORA IIoiiin Town See G P Smythe te Real EstateMani H ML MIP 60 good farms for sale in Adair from the best to the cje Jl in all parts of the County Jo trouble about pleasing you Aim st erything listed that is for sale buy till you see my list t Ho Columbia and the villages ifMiirTnty More than 30 homes br ali olumbia the town of beau 1itir located on almost every street flue Some very elegant ones bargains Prices ranging front 200 to6000 Call and see my list If you have property for sale list it It costs nothing to list i some in touch with all the Buyers lam assisted by hustling business men locateld jn diff er ent parts ofthe county We can sell your property for yOu If you wish to buy oisell 4cfnt worry but see G P Smythei office in Garnett Building Colujibia Ky 40tf cfair circuit court will comnience next Monday and doubtless a large crowd pf people win be here A number ofhorse and mule buyers will put in an appearance and trading is expected toke lively Farm For Sale It MYfarm of 40 acres situated on the Columbia and Campbellsville pike 4 miles from Columbia good dwelling and outbuildings and well watered good orchard Sold on easy terms 443t Wm Francis The bulk of the tobacco crop of Adair CQuntywill be cut in the next eight or r stisbdays The crop isOarge and re- t ported good throughout the county ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT 3iS Stapps Exor Plff VS J S Stapps Widow heirs Defts ft In obedience to a Judgment rendered n the above styled action I will on IMonilay September 19 1910 at the- Couhouse door in Columbia sell at public auction for cash all the unpaid accounts as shown by the books of J S Stapp Sons liverymen and the books of the Columbia Spectator which are owned by the estate of Ji SStapp deceased James Garnett Executor 442t of J S Stapp Persons wlio are indebted t ihis office and wh will be in town at the opening of circuit court are requested to call and make payment tIFarm For Sale I have for salthe farm known as the Cyrus Wheat farm at Montpelier this county It contains about 190 acres well improved good dwelling all nec essary outbuildings well watered ex c Ue orchard about 20 acres of fine timber and excellent store house and one ofUhe best locations for business in Adair county The farm is a fine body oX limestone land and produces tine crops of grain and grass It is divided by the Columbia and Jamestown road and would make two desirable farms Neighborhood unexcelled Good church and school near Willsell at a bargain and can give possession Jthis fall W A Coffey Columbia Ky Mrs B F Chewning had the misfortune to get a nail stuck in her foot last Friday and has been a rg eat suf ferer since the accident Notice V Read C Er Youngs ad in another column He talks fertilizer 43lra Last Wednesday and Thursday were remarkable hot days The people of Columbia suffered more with heat than they did in midsummer v it For Sale J Sve iAirpc Jersey pigsentitledto register wiUweirh I V Luther Williamg v f iKjj Tb IptcoInerOp for many yeaii ir Adair county td f 22 r j 11 z t tI3PERS OAI St Mr Fred Myers and wife left foffi P Tulsey Qka thismornin neu future homevJEne bes t wishestof this community go with themJvMntKne Shepherd a native of ar- butnowof Terre Haute Ind vho Has Vieen visiting relatives in this county left for his home this morning MrT W Clinton and his son will leave for Monticel lo today Mr Gem t Bassett and wife and Mr Howard Bassett and wife will follow ina few weeks We dislike to see them leave Columbia as they are real nice people MissNetie Clark who has been se riously afflicted for some time left for the Elizabeth Infirmary Lebanon Mon day where she will remain several weeks under treatment of Dr Mc dhrdHer friendshope that she maybe speedily restored Mr AF Grant and bisdaugbterT Miss Jennie Davis of dian Territory who have been visitingII in this county i fsevelalwe for their home this morning Mr Grant left Adaircountythirteen years ago Base Ball Russell Springs crossed bats wjth what might be called Adair county and defeated them The game was called 300 oclock and a fine crowd was out to see the game When the game was called Holt was onthe mound for R S and deliver ed the goods as he is capable of doing Bill Burley Young of Columbia was slab nan for Rot dojhgtspmej fine work but get nft defeated Everyone on this teanrplayed fine ball some snappy cathhes being made and also onI the other side r I Score RHE c RoyS 445Russel Springs 544Hits Isbell Medaris Wilson Holt Bryant S truck out by Holt 12 by Young 9 Left on bas Russell Springs 7 Roy 3 Time 2 hours Attendance- 2O0SLOUISVILLEMARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock- CATTLEIShipping steer 450625 Beef steers 335550 Fat heifers and cows 3 OO475 Cutters 200300 Canners K 175275 503251Feeders 3751CholcHOGS t j Choice 165to 200 r I 970 Mediums 130 to 165 970 Pigs I 900 Roughs v 870 SHEEP AN LAMBS Best lambs 750800 Culls ti B00375 F sheep t 3 50375 cGRAm WheatP 125 Corn vV 100 v vV Local Market rh following iI Local Market given by S H Grinstead Co today EggsV l 17 Hens r vrf 09 Chickens i 10 Cocks 3 Turkeys X fV 6 to 8 Geese 4 Ducks 7 t 6 Wool clear grease 20 to 23 f Woohwashed v 28to30 Hides green 6to7 Hides dry 14 to 16 FeathersS 35 to- 4OGinseng5to5 75 Beeswax 25 to 27 For Sale Three pure bred Aberdeen Angus bull calves 68 and 10 months old VW L Walker We understand that Sheriff Patteson iSiiip with his work and will be ready when court opens next Monday l All persons having claims against the estate of James Q Pelly deceased are notified to present them to me properly verified and proven before IfpVv 1st 1910 W F Neat r442t Administrator i A very creditable stat met of the condition of the First National Bank is published in the News Dont wait top long to buy your fertilizer I have what you need at the rightr prices 43lm CiE Young 1 Attention Is called to the Bowker Ferlizer advertised in todays paper From 5vf viP on I will iYB for- 1oo Moy to be ida tbe gwt 449 t Sm Mitchell tIf rBuy youjer from E i = i1 tit ftt y 7 r rjy A YoUnglijustfinishea job1 ofVpaintirig at the eofllrJ Caroline jeffries BurlJesville street IS haesoMegoodseed wheat which fiwiU sell Ii2Sfpefbflshel IriAilJ Lupmant 43lm Cane Valley Ky I have an extra good buggy horse fo sale A lso a nice lbuof household ai4S kitchen furnittire Fred Myers tr r Columbia Ky The GroyeTs fertilizers are as good as the tic E Young 43lm if NO ELECTiON To Fill Prof Crabbes Place DemoI crattc Committee so Decides JUDifiJtLUE w YOUNG CHAIRMAN J Lexington KyV Sept 10 The Democratic State Central committee met this morning at eleven oclock and after the preliminaries of calling the roll and discussing the businessbefore the meeting it got right down to I bussiness r Judge Allie W Young of Mt Sterling was selected as chairman of the state campaign corn mittee for the elections thisfall and Henry R Prewitt was elected secretary of the campaign committee After some discussion the suggestion thafrall the Illembrsof the State Centralt committee be made tlje campaign committee was adopted No other members of fThecandidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction on the idea that Prof Crabbes successor t should be elected this fall was discussed before the committee and it was finally make no nomination for the officeII This will leave Prof in undisputed possession of the office till January 1st 1912 which profIIsure the committee would dej Jafterquestion of its legality in the courts but this impression was t IThecampaign headquarters but this heueved1th ed the latter place being the the residence of both Chairman Young and Secretary Prewitt Democratic ConventionS counIvention will be held attthe Courthouse in Columbia Saturday j ctlIset Monday the 22d irist to nominate a candidate for Congress J W Flowers s Chairman t1 Russell Springs v i IEM s Gassie Phelps 3ndr Luther Scholl Jamestown were here Wednesday B 0 Hurt has purchased the property oWn dby Tom Brad shaw and will move to itMr Bradshaw and family will leave in a short time for Oklahoma This place was largely represented at the Mount Vernon As socittipn Wednesday and Thurs dayS frln Bto8 Adkin d iyerSd rfyer r intertfirmon itbhBtt e itt W1J vP tdr t i i y t church Thursday riiglittnHejwill begin a series a meetings here the third Sunday K Mrs Ella Stephens is spend ing this weejc at Jamestown with her mother Mrs Dockery Capt Bradshaw and Judge Jpnes Columbia were here on business Friday Miss Jocie Dockery passed through here Thursday en route to Glasgow to visit her sister- Mrs Susie Vaughan and daughter Marie are making preperation to go to Texas to make it their future home Misses Mamie Winfrey and Hattie Antle spent several days last week at Denmark and attended the Association at Mount Vernbn Mrs Ermine Wilson in her very pleasing manner entertained a number of the young folks at her ovely home Saturday eve fling Refreshments were served aridthe evening was a most enjoyable one to all present Mrs Lawrence Wilson and Mrs Porter traskin were visiting Mrs Ermine Wilson Thursday 1IIjl Bart Messrs Oscar Ramsey Ivyj iNorfleet Brack l orfleet Barton tRam and Ella Norfle t attended the fair at Somerset fNorris Norfleet and J Franklin Chumbly are rapidly improving There is another boy at Mr Noun Meadows Mother and baby doing fine Mr William J Chumbley t was Sundayland We have had some large rains and a full river with several loose logs A flue girl was born to thq wife of Mr Bryant Miller l stI week Teddys policies are vailing Lighting struck the residence of Mr Jas Gillespie slightly injuring the house burning some furniture and considerably stun ning yh Gillespie Mrs Andora Cook who has been visiting friends and relatives of our vicinity has returned to her home in Illinois Mr J B Denny of Jabez was ill our vicinity on business Thursday TfI r Sugar Grove 0The people of this section are very busy cutting tobacco some are getting ready to make mo lasses The death angel visited Mr Pete Mcliitire and claimed for itg victim his little son Birchie He Jiad been sick several days with Malaria fever Mr Alonzo Alexander happen led to tl et misfortune of getting leg broken by falling out of an apple tree Mr Ed Winfrey and wife has made their return from West Virginia We are glad to hay them back with us Ripy Hurt son of Will Hurt who Wad been very bad sick ior sometime passed from this world Wednesday His death was a sorrow to all who knew him We extendmueh sympathy tto his fplks Specially to his wife and little children s- Mb Dave Janes who has been confined to his bed for several weeks died the last day of AXL He uffeed tj yeryi uch- dunakI1 WiekflLhe j 1 1 1 iit h I 4 v 1 i L to t I Wheat Drills I I I j f ff3QE3It iif ji It We have both the Enterprise and Supem = ory in Six or Eight Disc or Hoe re dy for you to hitch to on short notice f nCit8 1JS fertilizers I That contain the most PLANT food for the least money is what every farmer f wants Give us an accurate description of your Jand and we can furnish the cgrade to suitS f S mE3E IThe Jeffries Hardware Storei p f i a Qp LctJFORTHELANDSSAKE Uuse Bowker Fertilizerr I have been selling the Old Bowker Brands for the past six 1years and my trade has increased from year to year and this is ev to me that the Bowker Fertilizer is the best made for this section I have sold these goods to leading farmers all over the County who have thoroughly tried and tested them and will tell you Bowker Fertilizers are the best money can buy You may v buy goods for less money but rememberthat cheap Fertilizers e very dear indeed when you come to harvest your crop Remem ber that Bowkers Ky Special and Tobacco Grower have an eltra highper centage of Potash J Iwill be at myold stand in due time for Fall Trade withiJfull supply of Bowker goods Call and see me andget pricesII will also sell HomesteadSSOLOMON McKINLEY III Columbia KentuckyS L 1 FRANK CORCORAN HighGradeS tMarble GraniteS k Cemetery work See US before of all kind 5ou buy Representedrby CG JEFFRIES in this and adjoining counties Z Main Street Lebanon Ky 4 kick He leaves a wife and six children to mourn his loss were also sorry to hear of 1We of Rev Newt Walbert He was a good and liked by all who knew himJ Mr Charlie Booker cut his foot the other day with a broad ax while hewing ties Miss Lydia Elingtori spent this week at Mr Curt Winfreys and Mr J LloydsS t Its a girl at James AndersonI Mother and child doi w J Cyclone t j Being as we have not had any news from here I would write a few items The school at this place is pro gressing nicely It is a small school but has 75 percent of the census report iri regular daily attendanceS i l Mise Mint Thomas Mil1twn wvy ting MiflBes 6r cie and Cleo lyf 11RM tof 1i P1Ir tIY at tii i4 j tt Mr Wm Francis is at homeSthis month I Misses Fanny Biggs and Cor die Ellison were visiting Mrs Leslie McFarland Mrs J H Hearon was the 1 guest of Mrs Wm Butler one day last week Miss Lura McFarland wasy shopping at Cane Valley last week Kl x f Mr S M Suddarth was in Coi- lunibia one day last week ff t Mrs Edd Gundiff tsvisiii herfather at this place t Z The farmers at this pIaceiSbusy cutting tobacco V J Mr AfiB Cox isvisitingM Sand Lick Springs this week The singing at HutcKisdn School house is progressing nice V Jr 1 a 1l Lcjdie Mcarland was ffiA tt6dItnbii bn bUInl6Si lastFr1 t rtjM r J r l t J r j 216 r THE AD AIK COUNTY NEWS tJ t t4TR- OUBLE v r AHEAD t When gentle woman goes to vote They say the time Is coming l As certain as that cork will float Or as a bill for plumbing Shell alwaysvote her tlcketstralght And never never scratch it For that would spoil It sure as fate Shedfeel shed have to patch It Her gloves will have to match l hat be tailor fitted herliBergown latest mode at that 3 to be admitted That when tar woman goes SA5 choose toilAnd cast the ballot cunning From picture hat to dainty shoes That voter will be stunning 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 With which the age is humming If gowns upon election day X Are old or unbecoming Chicago News ADMIRAL INVENTS CRAFT FOR LAND AND SEA USE H wells of Torpedo Fame Predicts kt Many Uses For It v Experiments are being made at Bath Hie with the Amphi IL a unique craft built for Rear Admiral John A m wells U S N retired which Ist designed for use on land as well as on Wen v Rear Admiral Howells who was the originator of the Howells torpedo ex rTperimented with a similar craft a Tear ago but the results were not just wnat he wanted so this second craft considerably larger has been built and there Is great Interest manifested In iiier trials The craft measures twenty feet long and six feet beam while she has a tail ten feet in length She is equipped with a single cylinder ten horsepower engine which will send her 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 ot amidships of the craft and another in r i the taU of the craft thus giving the Tjoat the general appearance of a tri cycleBuckets 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 ilso a small centerboard in the tailI which acts as a rudder for steering craft either on land or on the sea Admiral Howellff will take his craft to the mouth of the Kennebec river where she will be tried upon the sands of Popham beach and she will also Jbe given trials at Old Orchard and II abe works satisfactorily she will betaken to Long Beach N Y Mr Howells believes that such a boat has many uses It could be used as a surfboat at life saving stations while it could also be used by sports men gunning along the coast who could sail on the water or go upon the beaches at will r WORLD COINAGE PLANNED Leipzig Savant to Explain Trade Ex- pansionCt Idea In Berlin Professor Willielm Ostvalcl of Trig university one of Germanys LeJP1 distinguished savants who Columbia and Harvard universities in tl905 has originated a novel project 3or a universal world coinage He has been invited by the Merchants and Manufacturers association of Ber lin to make the first public exposition wf his idea before that organization some time in September or October The association will ask leading bankers and exporters to attend the meet ling and join in the discussion practicability of Professor Ostwaldsj proposals The scientists general idea is that the commerce and Intercommunication- of nations would be immensely facilitated and simplified by the adoption f n money system and coinage com meow to the whole civilized world Professor Ostwald holds honorary degrees from the leading universities r worldf the 0 l WAR ON HAT SALUTES JOarmstadt Society Says Its French vi and Unpatriotic t Why raise your haU is the motto of the Society For the Promotion of German Modes of Greeting whose headquarters are at Darmstadt It is a wasteful habit the society urges because it wears out the hat brim It is unhealthful because m bad weather it JIa apt to bring on colds And worst of I tilt JtJls unpatriotic for the custom was adopted from the French the first juttion in Europe to bare the head as a ibrm of politeness The true node of greeting for Qer- means the members say is the military salute which Is of purely Teuton or- gin3 having originated among the pf fleers of the Prussian grenadiers The society has gained many adher maand the inhabitants Darm tadt are now accustomed to se old- erlycivilians stand rigidly at attention mnd bruip the hand smartly to the iore bead when they meet acquaintances In + t tkt street y China Likes Cheap Watches ftf Cheap showy silver cased watchesj ifiie t the bracrican dollar va 1ety xia favorifea hiiili S riea atcD11 f ftr3 t r i t- Sunda M ingsc t J ITrials weaken only those whq them Hoping for the best from a man helps him toward it Love lays down its own life zeal quenches that of others thanIThe easiest way to lose your soul is to sit andjsing it away It never brings heaven nearer to stand on your neighbors cornsSome men wpuld disown their faith rather than send it out to work It takes more religion to make an honest merchant than aholy monk It takes more than imported eloquence to give the heavenly message Some men are sure they have new hearts because they have lost their heads Many preachers think they have a burning message because lit has a bitter taste Whoever is sensible of his own faults carps not ajb anothers failings What is too hardfor the head to do is seldom too hard for the heart Receipts of lambs and cattle by local dealers at Carlisle the latter part of last week have broken all records for that city and thej local stock yards proved of insufficient capacity Lamb deal ers many of whom hadmade heavy purchases early at 7 and 1750 per hundred have been up their shipments owing to the bad condition of the mar kets but now rushing them in 1A well bred dairy cow will give about eight thousand pounds of milk in a year Some exceptional cows are known to have given about sixteen thousand pounds The proof of the amount of the butter fat in such milkis in the testing All milk should be weighed and tested Cows not testing up to standing should be disposed of at once It will mean a loss to tIe er to have the cow afraid farmj is1frightened pasture is like throwing money away A cow in any way wori e1tmane money for her owner The milkofa frightened or abused cow is poisonous The sheep is a much neglected animal on our farms in this country In our system of farm man agement we have apparently t overlooked the sheep sheep a place on your farm- GiveI c s It Saveu His Leg j gWrites1LTen years of eczemathat 15 doctors would not cure had air last laid me up Tnen Bucklens ArnicaSalve cured it sound and well In fallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Bails Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Paull Drug Co The folks who buy milk want pure mild and the purity of the f mill is entirely within teCQIl trol of the ones who milk and handle the milk The milkingt should be cleanly and the mll utensils must be faitMully wash ledji scalded and aired e tiay JW other dates iand ieasurj l hI1i v l tiy i l QUEER r WEDDING GlFTgH One Couple of Mature Years Received a Pair of Coffins An Englishman extremely fond of hunting received as a wedding gift from an anonymous person a complete set of false limbs a set of artificial teeth and a couple of glass eyes to procure allof which the sarcastic himIrpanying these strange presents was a note wherein the hope was expressed that by reason of the recipients many falls while following the hounds some or all of these substitutes might ulti mately proveof use As the bridegroom had incurred much enmity while itlwasA well known American writer re ceived from a rival man of letters a scrap book wherein were carefully pasted and indexed many hundreds of clippings containing adverse criticisms touching the formers work and a popular artist was presented witha set of elementary works upon self instruction in drawing arid painting Some years ago in the west an elderly crusty merchant on espousing a spinster of mature age was presented by an undertaker with two coffins for himself and wife a letter which accompanied these ghastly gifts stating that they would unlike most of the other offerings received be sure to be of service Naturally enough the bridegroom resented this singular if useful gift and it took all the efforts of mutual friends to prevent a breach of the peace Like vexation was no doubt felt by an Infirm octogenarian In Ohio who wedded a pleasure loving woman more than fifty years his junior The pres ent in this case was a large brass cage Intended so the inevitable accom panying letter stated to restrain the wayward flights of a giddy young wife who has married a decrepit old fool for his money Chicago RecordHer aid PIRATES OF HONGKONG They Are the Real Old Fashioned Bloodthirsty Kind There are pirates In Hongkongnot the usual kind that greet the gentle stranger with an expansive smile and take what he has for worthless rub bish nor yet the petty thieves that go by that name on our own water fronts but the real old fashioned murderous kind who count not the victims as they reckon the spoils Of course they do not swagger in cos tume as all real pirates should or ply their trade In Hongkongs immediate waters but among the thousands of fishermen stevedores and coal han dlers that crowd the harbors edge they mingle and gossip water front newsIknowing well when a cargo is due from the Interior And In the purple twilight a junk darts out of one of the many estuaries far up the West or Pearl river and swoops with the suddenness of a hawk on the heavily laden prize The strug gle is short Over the hills on the naked backs of a swarming crew the loot disappears forever from a smoking hulk In the rice swamps or as happened In the case of the Sainam half a hundred take passage in the crowded hold of a river steamer and when the handful of unsuspecting whites gather at dinner raise a heathenish yell on the startled air and the ship is taken Rifles thrust through bolted doors subdue the pitiful fire that lasts a lit tie while from behind the shot torn tablecloth but the ship Is already quarterIof crimes on the Sikiang W J Aylf ward in Harpers Macazine ho have early IThose appreciate the advantages of good cooking apples Yellow Transparent Red June and Early Harvest are good early varieties For later varieties Maiden Blush and Bell floWr are Check you1itire summer The orchard and the gairden shdu1cLfurnlsh products to pay for the trouble of driving to tow at this season of the year Goo farm management requires that the manager always brings home more money than he took to town The garden and orchard when properly cared for ofte make this possible er Plant sfor fall and winter grazing Fowls tillreqwire greenr food fpr the best results and those wEoihave it in abundance will likely get the benefits Of winters prices for eggs Surly these days we can well affordto feed the pigs well and keep nQD the move One ttimg iit sure and thmtjis Owing to prlebs f n ordtoletthi hog p i t f 000000090 00004040 00 0A 06 000000000000- 0BARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR 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The Louisville Times the house as cool as pos KpdThe shady nooks are re lished by the hens Keep right on fighting the army of lice and mitesthey like to hideawayun Everyntime You spray lift the roosts and give the pests dose that will drive themout for good and all The high price of pigs is play inc havoc with the jpnoor manso 11gtthoughneedlesJ ifYrA man can not afford to bulla little pig which can begro WrlancII fjttened at cost he an less af ford tg buy high Pr1t i t iJrf kYYj J iit WJrr 0t i w tw4OP toI t fi- j ih l Y a v l V viw vWe V V I7i IiI innQiinr71 rimmm7CiTm i ITi y Fifth Avenue Hotel fE5rai IkJTVV JPIKEl p J t Refurnished Redecorated and e 7- ir modied A Firstclass Hotel at opuI r- N itwnCTheaters It- II1FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUTSTREETS Louisville Kentucky 7K w W ti1i yr ili iw v viin7lr Tic im ii iiCinTiii vnnvi Ci 7immm L e 9v vrnsevwm Doors Blinds Columns i Material Work u I erlor Finish Etc + l Sash and Door House South for shipment + appreciate them l 211215 E1 Main Street- LOUISVILLE i1 44 + S KY 0 6 JOBB1NClwORKSOLC1TFDlNN Pres DIETZMAN Sec Supply CO INCORPORATED 18S9 iI i I IN mcj4ir41cz tff SAW MLfS FEED OUISlIrLBr MILLS s rc AIJ Kinds of Machinery Repaired OJi1U0 0 n Galvanized Roofing BEFORE YOU BUY V See our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleats and Gap Roofing Put ofi like tin roof witKut any nails exposed andISS bettet than any tin roof 0without any nails exposedand is better than any tinrobf It will lasta life JS ti time without ngWe carry in stock V mand Corrugated Iron t Gravel Rubber and all kinds of Paper Roofing V VRoo Behl0 r Bros lJI116 Cost Market IW 0 nflrstQmlnroQO f rbi OOOOJ0 t i r rrI I i L 4 t d J 4Lr tlt i t r 1t 1 I b C fTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r d gtt n 7 C Cant Valley t HTV Mrs Rose Starks and her two t chjldreh left last Tuesday for J Louisville where they have rented property find will make their ti future home t tyrf on the mill lot known as P t tIeC Watson property to T Bumgarner last week for 300 7 Mr and Mrs F P Rice of Pbells ille were visiting fJj j last week rewh Ii 1his ideat1hr ple ses us we think he has come K to stayr rris inf business with the great western tgrocery Co at Louisville was IJPi here tosee his grand father E Jf C weekfk Geo Curry and Miss Lula L Cunningham both of this place r were Carried last week The tk goom isVa son of Lige Curry and IFO i a grand son of 5apt Jno Curry r The bride is the youngest child of Mr Gep Cunningham and iQUite pleasant little lady Dr C D Moore is quite feeble this writing Willie his old fts1 sonbf Texas and two daugh Ltters Mrs B C Page of Frank i frt atfdHMrs Mat Ciindiff of r IlFayJette Ind are at his bed AKf Mr B H Butler wife and- son Willie Owensboro were visiting relatives at this place last week Mr Butler sold goods at this place in 1882 and ofI course he was glad to give old neighbors a good handshake and we were all glad to see them looking so fresh in their old days We hope to have them on Bother visit soon Mr W J Callison returned to his home in Middlesboro after a r twpjweeks visit at this place Willie Dallison was in Gamp = bellsvillejast Friday t Pyrus The recent rains were gladly received by our people f t Messrs Strong HilFand Henry Keen of Gradyville were trans acting business in our community stweek Mr Aaron Parson and family of Keltner were visiting at G D Vance s last Sunday Mr C W Keltner wife and children were at Gradyville last SaturdayMr S Pickett and wife were visiting relatives in Met calfe county a few days of this week Mr Thomas Baker and Miss Lena Pickett of Metcalfe att t nded the fair Miss Elsie Nelson and Mastery CarolandP MrstWhit Keltner one day last week Rev ltFPayne and Amos Goomer were Gradyville lastc Friday Mr W S Pickett attended the Powers speaking at Columbia last Tuesday MrsX Hire and her daugh ter MrsIC W Keltner spent 11theevening very pleasantly last c Wednesday with Mrs Mary Nel son la y Mr R F Keltnerwas visiting his brother Mr bW Keltner last Tuesday John Pickett ands wife are f penclinsr a few days with his fatler 7W Pickett S N1 and wift of rLf f v Sil r J 1 Greensburg spent a few days at Pyrus this week V Mrs Turner Keltner spent several days in Keltner com munity visiting relatives Mr E P Sexton our road overse rdidagoodworkfor Qui roads Miss Stella Keltner Was visit ing her cousin Miss Daisy Kelt ner of Gradyville last Saturday Waller Parnell and wife were visiting Mrs Mary Keltner of Weed one day last week Miss Lee Keltner attended the fair at Columbia Kerns THe all day Sunday school convention and singing which was held at the old Allen School house last Sunday was attended by a large crowd and the semed to be well up with thei resitations and the music that was rendered excellent At noon the good women of this neighborhood spread their dinner and a free invitation was given to all to eat and there was plenty grub taken up to feed lots 10f The good citizens of old Olive that was present in sisted on Taylor Sullivan and J H Kerns to come to Mount Olive and spend a day in singing praises to our Father in which was accepted and there will ban e all day singing Mount Olive on the fourth Sunday in thi month all teachers of music are liThe drummers visited this place very rapidly last week J H Kerns the merchent ofI this place is buying his Fall andI Winter goods J W Kerns who has been sick for some time was at the singing last Sunday- R D Redmon has about com pleted his job of loging Nathan Goodin passed through this place last week delivering woolens good to the citizens of county J W Hadley has commenced painting his new residence The health of this community is very good Corn crops look very well in this neighborhood and farmers are beginning to brake their wheat land- Arthur Baily of this place is at work on a barn for F W Mille- of Eunice Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organs like strains on machinerycause breakdowns You cant overtax stomach liver kid neys bowels or nerves without danger to youself If you are weak or rundown or under strain of any kind take Electric Bitters the matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Van Sande of Kirkland Ill writes That I did not break down while enduring 1tbemandSatisfaction positively guaranteed 50c at Paull Drug Co To Clean the Lamo r cIn ordeto s Qrea bright ibneessaryjirSt of all to have th wick and burnercleanTlfe burner should be pjit into a pan and covered with water nit which some sal soda has beer- dissolved and be boiled for abou- tfifteennunutes It should then be removed and rinsed in ties bojIngwaterandddecfthrough jy Clean the lamp thoroughly and before filling it put in teas o mfivQf ItQra small lump camphor f a + f t The Roundup a A mans life may be likan openhookof the blank variety Even a miser may by liberal t when it comes to given himself away Many a successful candidate is unable to makes good as an official So long asa man has wheels in his head he is never out of the runningsW that there are so many married men going around looking for sympathy To every 1000 girls born in England and Wales in 1908 there were 1086 boys Walnut trees in the Nether lands usually line dikes or border lines instead of being in form nThe largest olive orchard in rthe world is situated at Sylmar near Los Angeles Cal where there are 120 OtK bearing trees yielding fifty pounds of fruit to the tree The United States Government is about to establish a biological station to study the contagious diseases of fish Cancer is on of these diseases A study of these diseases in fis may result in assisting the cat profession in aII eVIa tjof the most dreadful of human afflictions sStalk Saved in the Silo By placing corn in the silo the stalk as well as the grain is pre served for feeding purposes and the whole corn plant becomes available About 40 per cent Of the feeding value of the corn plant is in the stalk leaves and husks and the other 60 per cent is in the ear In handling cor as commonly practiced much o the 40 per cent is lost When corn is cut for silo before lower leaves are dry there is no waste About twice the amount of matter can be stored in the formI of silage as in the form of fodder It has been determined that a cubic foot of hay in the mo contains about 43 pounds of dry matter a cubic foot of space i a silo being worth more tha twice an equal space in the mow Ex Little Things that Count pourerinto the give daughter lovely gowns of silk Little grains of sugar mixed with grocers sand make the grocers assets swell to beat the bands Little bowls of custard humble though they seem help to en rich the fellow selling pure is bowleders little chunks of slate mak- a the coal mans fortune some tIads well written printed nice and neat give the joyful mer chant homes on easy street How the Rose Got her Moss DressJ littlse Onee lay he was out at play and play ed so hard that he got very tired 1landwas a rose an it leaned down and watched him urp and down to frighten away any flies or insects that Jiifht bothe- rLhimT1 birds j w theboy an sanfc longs to Jceeptaim l The sun came along and look t r at him so hard that he woke up At first the little boy was fright ened7 but when he saw the pretty rose bowing and nodding o him he was no longer afraid and he said V- Have you been watchingover me while I was asleep7 rlYes said the rose I watched you every minute Thank you said Love I wish I could do for you niejCto make me prettier than I am now asked the rose Just for fun the little boy Love caught up a handful of moss and threw it at the rose It fell around her pink face and clung there She laughed but said dIs that all you can do for me You are prettier than ever said Love for what Love gives us makes us prettier than that of which we boast on our own accountAnd from that time that rose has been called the moss rose land everybody who s ebit loves IitTheCircle TerselYTalde hYou will find half the battle is gained if you never allow YOUr self to say anything gloomy His work shines forth the brightest who in hope always confides the abject soul de spairs Truth when it is not disagree able is generaly uninteresting IIWhat we call tact is the ability to before it is too late what deI sire to hear from us lMarriage is like a besieged fortress those without want to getf ofIalways most one first Unwholesome sympathy inca pacitates one for serving others physicalwmental or moral angiftnThe more you say the less peo rememberGood are the finest index to a noble nature cond quer darkness While we deliberate about be ginning it is already too late to begin Total receipts of live stock at the Chicago market last week hogsepree vious week round numbers decreased 1300 cattle 22100 hogs and increased 12000 sheep Compared with the corresponding time last year cattle increased 4600 hogs decreased 3400 and sheep increased 31000 If there were fewer dogs there would be more sheep and as bon as farmers makeup their minds er1dogsthy condition to pass The- kmore chicken house will X quIreI attention in hot we than in winter or f ULice and mites breed very quickly in the summer and if allowed to get a ttart are very hard to control jedi T S Irr geo 1 a WEEKLY SQURIERJOURNflL ItorIe v Is a National Newspaper Democratic in h l S It prints all the news without 1Pa r favor The regular prIce is 100 1jyear but you can get the WEEKLY IAN COURIERJOURNAL BOTH ONE YEARI orI 1 s e 1papernot Daily Couri r Journal Yr 600 I Sunday CourierJournal Yr ooIWe cangive you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write J tIns paper I t Xi 1 Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky 1 1 IS NOW OFFERING CAR LOAD EACH Studebakgr Birdsell i Flilburn = =Wagons 1 Acar lo do- fIIOliver Chilled Plows A carload of Disc Harrows A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters and11 One= Horse Corn Drills Will have the greatest and finest display v bfcBuggies and other Vehicles ever shown r 1thiJGreen River Country ready for s Spring trade r LIME SALT AND CEMENTr A SPECIAL LINEj x kind of Farm iImplements I at any station on the L NRR Wloodson Lewis TheAMerchant Qreensburg ICy G j Mail orders pfomply attended to J Adair County New 9dCQl rierJourn 1 L+ s t Year llPthQt lorL t 7t i 1 L 1J ii i NEWSi rf J if J fldJfft t ll 7 hrGradJ vllle LG41 Jt J 1 i Miss Ora Moss of Gplumfoa isvisitirig relatives at this place this week WT Button of Glasgow was here the first o the week in the real estate business Mr L W Winters Summers ville was with us a day or sq of last week J D Walker was transacting business in Columbia one day last week i J M Wilson was visiting over in the Stotts community last week r Judge H C Baker and Gqv- J R Hindman called in to see us while en rquteLto the old sol diers reunion at Weed last Tues j day r Mrs Mary Walker our efficient school teacher was on the sick list a few days of last week The protracted services will be gin at Union the third Sunday in September Every body has a special invitation to attend Miss Mollie Flowers started for Russellville last Thursday Yhereshe will attend schoool Mr and Mrs L GL Hindman spent a day or so in Columbia last week V t We are glad to note that Mrs tT F Pendleton who has been in a criticte condition for several days is thought to be improving at this time There are several new tobacco barns going up near this town at this timeIIMiss Clara D Wilmore started for Franklin Va Thursday where she will teach again this year Mr George H Nell informed us that he had cut five acres of tobacco up to this time and had several more acres ready for the knife Mr J A Wheeler one of Sparksvilles progressive farm ers and business men was in our midst last Thursday and inform ed us that the tobacco and corn crops were never better in his section than this season Mr Wheelers crop of tobacco of twelve acres the larger part of which is cut is very fine He also informed us that he had re fused 10 cents per pound for this tobacco The old soldiers reunion at Weed last week was very well attended While your reporter did not have the pleasure of at tending we understand that this gathering was a very pleasant one There Were no political speaking but several good and iinteresting sermons were de livered by different able divines There was a grand old time with the people in general and we understand there were several professions of religion fc Austin Wilmore returned from Louisville last week fora few daysrest MrsI Millie Hill is in Louis f i ville this week buying millinery goods for this market She has secured the services of an ex per eIiced milliner who will as h sisfr her thisseason and we take h it that she will be better pre i pared this Mme toP1 et the de inlands fher trade tean ever before The childrens day services it the Methodist church dh last i y Sunday was a suecisi in every jpartieular Their iecee were t fj 1ren eJf d in iltyl TI L t ii L 3 fl 7 l tit N d Ji f l 1 i tt pr a ladles who hadicharge of this great workare toljecpmpliment ed Ftty Johnson the pastor filled the pulpit at the regular hour for services with a very interesting sermon and then a nice good and bountiful repast was served on the ground con sisting of everything good to eat We must say here the day was certainly a feast for us all While i n conversation with Squire Kemp one of our best citizens and farmers who lives near this place and has been jiitman in a business capacity in formed us that he was fifty seven years of age and had never bought a pound of meat nor atbushel of meal nor anything else that is grown upon a farm since he hLd been a housekeeper But turn the other side of the picture and with thirtytwo years of ex weIdontthis time but Mr Kemp had bacon lard and corn for sale Give us more farmers like r Squire Kemp and we will assure T you better times in old Adair county during the dull months of the season v Webbs X Roads Miss Eva Redmon of Garlin is visiting friends and relatives at this place for a few weeks MrJ C Webb wife and little granddaughter visited Mr and Mrs H C Lucas one day this week Quite a number of pupils from North Jerico attended the teachers association at French Valley Misses Capitola Webb and Eva Redmon were the pleasant guests of Miss Beatrice Webb Sunday night Mrs Nancy Webb visitecljj at the home of Mr Luther Wheats one day last week The school at North Jerico is progressing nicely under the management o f Prof J B Smith He is sure a fine teach er Mr JAWebb merchant of this place made a business trip to Russell Springs Thursday Misses Hattie and Jessie Wells attended the teachers association at French Valley the 3rd Born to the wife of Vester Tarter on 6tha boy Mr J L Foley of this place had to stop his school on account diphtheria rsP A Webb and Eva Redman visited at WR Jen ning s one day last week Misses Gapitola and Clarice Webb and Eva Redman were vis dayIMrs Ethel Webb who h a sj been quite sick is slowly improv lngeIr Mr E Wf Webb who is teaching in Casey county was visiting home folks last Satur day We are having lots of rain in ihis section of the county vfOXES WANTED i JrR d arid Grey Poxea HOO to H50f it l H r ooft8t SM i ll qt Four 6 jllINt J 9t t ilrl41 7f f t t Milftown tI- t JII 2 The Baptist Russell Creek Asi sociatioii will be held here next Wendesday and Thursday Miss Maude Thomas and broth er Irvin have come home to atc tend the Association Rev Rood preached his fare well sermon here last Sunday We regret very much to g4ve Bro Rood up as he has been a faithful pastor Mr and Mrs J B Shirleyand daughter Clyde visited at Mr Verge Montgomerys last Sun dayi The wind storm last Sunday eve blew down a great deal of the corn in the low land Tobacco cutting is a thing ofj day in this neighborhood Mrs Mitch May andMiss Het tie Caldwell of Hatcher Taylor Co are visiting at Mrs Eliza Thomas this week cameIThe score stood 12 to 2 in favor og the hpme boys r v JMiss MarjpMartin visited her parents near Bliss several days of last week J1Itrie ttr hfAs I have not seen anything from this place for some time in your paper Ill try andjgive you a few items The health of this community is very good at present Mr Elihu McF land Mrs Grissom Mr and Mrs Calvin Gibson were among those who attended the old soldiers meet andjWednesday here last week with Prof Eubank as instructor Mrs J N Walberts sale last Tuesday was not very largely attended and everything sold very cheap r Crops are generally good in this part Tobacco cutting is the order of the day here Mrs Mattie Vanzant who lmsl A been confined to her bed forr several months jsno better at this writing Harry Kinnaird who has been in Illinois for the past two months returned home last Wednesday The people of this community gave Mrs Bettie Wilson a surprise dinner on tile 7th it being her 49th birthday There were about 70 persons present and all seemed to enjoy the day fine The afternoon was spent in social converse and singing Keltner The health of this community fairly good at this writing Mrs Lizzie Rodgers visited G W Pickett and family last Wednesday Mrs Agnes Parriell visited her daughter Mrs Minnie Esfus one day last week The apple pealing ib G G At W Ils last Thursday ight was well attended All enjoyed themselves fine Those present were Mrs Lizzie Rodgers and her daughter llisa Callie Misses lilira Karnjsl and Afta Rodgers Menirs llvin atid Lawspn Rod JCM Simon Paron Walfcir Gofc rrLeevtreJ Jt J e t1ll l rii p a l J Inv SID s v I I Vc r I LindseyWilson Training School 3 A Safe Place fo put your Children l LITERARY 1 NORMAL 5 BUSINESS 1- IE EXPRESSION 1 7iiMVSIC I ART I I Fall Term Opens September 5 19107- K f botputJIYOUi Education Now is your time Next yoijill be W- J x older and more interested in other things V W i iIfyou have a crop of tobacco enter by the first of October One year in our school is worth vwo if 0spnnglerms anymore Total expense one year 000 For Catalogue adds x5 NJSIISON MOSS Colurrabia Ky L7fe I IV 1111 1 1v V IKr 7Ki 1 i71 7if 7 7 1 71 1 7R 7Kfl71 7K i 7R 7 rI fttvr jDeqMiss Gallic Rodgers is spend ing the week at Mr G W Pick etts f Mr Rollin Pile is erecting a new barn on Mr Tom Rodgers place He has just completed one for Aaron Rodgers tObaCjco nicely under the manage ling of Miss May Barger Suc to you Miss May- Montpelier Mrs C W Deener is on the sick list atfthis writing Mr Chas Murrah sold a two year old mule for 120 Mr Bert Epperson bought a milk cow of Miss Gertie Muriaht for 45 Several from this vicinity at tended the Cumberland As sociation at Mt Vernon Russell county i Mr O V Cheatham Baker ton passed through last Wednes day en route for Mrs Sallie Hol ladays He was accompanied home by his wife who has been visiting her mother Miss Gertie Murrah was at Ozark on business last Wednesday s Mr Adair Montgomery and son of Okla were visiting at V M Eppersons recently An infant child of Mr Lucian Moore is quite sick rEller V Sheriff W S Hughes was here on business last Tuesday iJ Mr WA Wilson Fotthill was here Monday wlookinjg for Diptheria is raging on Gpncord Ridge Four or five bad cases being reported Mr F M Wilson who llasJ been quite sick for several days j is reported soime bettesrn at this writing MrV q 3 Foley wife and lit tIe daughter of Wayne burg Visite dAL Foley and family liere let wek J VlI W GBolib has n1 Ul kf Vbl 11 1f il i STEAM HEAT ELEC best year whole River cattle iIentucky FrmsD If you are thinking of buying a farjn ja Central KentuckyVr rXe us for descriptivejists of farms we have to sell toWe have for sale and own ourselves a number of bluegrass limestone farms of ills est well located andvery reasonable in prices Fine burley tobacco Iands on good pikes near good schools and colleges with convenient facilities We have a few exchanges We can quote you of from 3000 to 10000 per acre for limestone lands un and ready for occupancy in one of the Best communities of a Iproved Look on the map for the location of Marion County If hear from you aThe Central Real Estate Co aLebanon Kentucky 3013E38E3aE3HQ JC3E3c3E3C380BCJE3CIE THE GLASGOW FAIR September 28 29 30th and October 1st are the dates for the 53rd annual exhibition of the Glasgow Fair This Fair is offering very large and attractive premiums to Horsemen and Farmers Three Moneys in all rings 20000 on tobacco and 5000 on corn Send to the for a Catalogue and examine these premiums and come and get some of them 1See the Big balloon ascensions t III W A MUGGINS Pres Cave City Ky r a few days ago Mr and Mrs EC Dunbarj of Jamestown visited here Sunday and Sunday night FeW Leach Jamestown was here Wednesday surveying land for J C Kean Mr Marcus Holder passed through here Tuesday removIng from Russell Springs to hs farm on Ganey Fork Mr C W Bernard is building a new residence n ar here which he will occupy when completed Mrs Eliza J Zimmerman is on an extended visit to her daught ers at Monticellpi and Marrow Ky Mr Sam Chrisman Fdnthillc is reported dangerously iltat this writingJ Mr and Mrs L T Acree thr7ughherer People here are 4uite busy making staves crosstie and Spokes Proijrini j The Musical Association will be jjieldat the P santi VJeyr mrch McGaha ylji se iia yjida j i 19 Q toop t9 clok 1 i mbleIe Jamf Mftd b V t Wele J 1 f r LIGHTS Secretary T qs DICKINSON Secy Glasgow Ky 1111 5 W 17 Grimsley 1 Response Capt Wm Brad shaw Song by audience What is music HW Wo mack Albert Bryant How find the key note in any key Stewart Rexroat Dennie Grimsley How teach note reading A G Coffey A G Hill Scale building John Pierce John Wolfordi Relative aIJdabsol1Jt itch J F Hughes Robert Blair Transposition of scale by flats Transposition sharps R 0 Cabbell Geo Pike Double sharps flats and inte mediate tones I M Grimsley Perter McCaif ree- Relative length of notes and rests Ruck P Grimsley JohnI Burton Jr Double measure Joe Kerns iLucian Burton f 1 Quadruple Taiaes Kerns BlH Burton V The program will be inter rspersed by solos By some of the yery best singers in ltheTcountyf arid it is hoped hatrall lovers of music will be present to take a t UG mHU7 Mi LIt Committee J HuI I iiij Ji f I t 0