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I 1i I If JJq sii v + i L fIitJ t t jC f iftftifkit 1 I ti fl IIt 1ttYijtki I t it j VOIUHFXIH COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1910 NUMBER 46 t c TEXAS REPUBLI Ato f CAN CONVENVrON tf r f tNpminaites a Former Russell County IBoy for Congress in the ii first District 3v POMiMEEiN COLUMBIA FOUR WEEKS A letter from Sulphur Springs Texas sfontainsVthe following information r gressi9vention in this city Aug 27th and nominated Hon Velmer Antle of Sul phur Springs Texas for Congress SMr Antic is a prominent cotton bu- yir having been with the firm of M H Waffe Co for four years He is formally from Russell county Kentucky having just returned from Russell U Springs Ky where he and Mrs Antle spent thesummer with his parents t complemen1c heisa man who has many admirers notwithstanding the short time lie has been in Texas and will add great r strength to the party being a republi t pan of the highest type Notice v c An order having been entered at the I regular August 1910 term qf the Adair County court directing that a poll be Opened and an election be held in Roley looting precenct No 1 of Adair county jjcm first Tuesday in Nov I9 0sub pniitting to the voters of said precinct the question as to whether or not cat tie or any species thereof shall be per mitted to run at large in eafd precinct Therefore I will on Tuesday Nov 1 1910 cause a poll to be opened and an election held at the regular voting places in said precinct submitting to the voters the i question as to whether or not cattle or permittedIJ 0Sheriff of Adair County Death at Campbelisville- v Dannie the beloved wife of MrJ S Stults Campbellsville died at her late ViKiimntiWednesday night of last week wassoreIYafHictedHer husband did everything in his pow et to prolong her life much of her time during her illness being spentin Louis ville and Cincinnatti where she was itreated by the most eminent physicians IShe was the youngest child of the late Heistean and was born and reared Campbelisville where she had many friends and where her death is deeply deplored Her Husband is al most comfortless as no children are Thertand to Him we would admonish the sor rowing husband to go and with a con rt trite heart ask for the balm that will s1 heal a bleeding heart Mr W A Coffey agent for Mrs Ellen Wheat sold to Mr W 0 Grider last Tuesday the farm and residence r CyrusWheatproperty to be given the first of October This iia very desirable farm and is consid ered cheapMr Grider the purchaser formerly lived in Columbia He is a 1ilrstclass citizen and a fine farmer At present he is living at Esto Russell county where he owns a good farm We are glad that he decided to again become a resident of Adair county I Jim Conover who lives near Gentry S tyLill killed a large copperhead snake a few days ago Fifteen yOung ones about one fopt long each ran out the reptilevr 1 We ate receiving this week tailored jcoat suits for ladies and Misses Newest fabrics and latest styles sr452t Russell Co The Wayne County Outlook asks who 18 DickrLee the negro boy jiyii recently arrested Stanford uJ1 pjn the charge of stabbing two Whit men The boys name is Dick Le eI I flirdin He was born and reared near Columbia He got into trouble here a left six Oreight ve u5igOHIs blOaer lives near this place and fe uhr 0liand has been to Stanford to rse e jsph since he got into tr le at r6Jt placeIiJ obsdtheelevenyear dlinOfMrI Itoljjfr J H Campbell lastlrtt l g4ting wsfired throwing the ladttf tJjnMead Briwikinf his left arm The Ibf set M a physician and th r littllrr ii gethngalong Ye yJ1t r Mr L LMi lwiLkae etthe dmsiis ttWC o isirieiy deI pseri ks a The Baptist AssociationI I The Russell Creeks Baptist Associa tion convened with the church at Mill 1dThursd ffa1dMrNearly all the Churches inrthVbounda ry were represented either by letter or messenger and many of the reports showed a great increase in membershipW During the session a umb r r esting sermons and htlpful talks were d eliveredCpeople of Milltown showed their appreciation of the large gathering by handsomely entertaining all who at t endedEnext Associotion will beheld with the church at Greasy CreekrGreen county Wednesday after the first Sun day in October 1911 Married Dr Simpson Simmons who recently graduated from the Louisvjlle Univer sity arid Miss Eliza J Phelps who lives near Jamestown were married last Wednesday morning by Eld F J Barger in front of the ministers residence Dr Simmons has located at Gradyville where he will practice his profession and is a very worthy young man His bride is one of Russell coun couplehavefriends 3 DaysOnlyFf Special prices Thursday Friday arid Saturday f 29QuartAjRubbers Lard snowdrift 14c 7 Soda loose 21bs 5c Soda pkgs 3 for lOc Best fat bacon 17c r Fruit cans 35c dozen Coffee 15 20 25 35c Sugar white best 6Jc 7 bars old Mill soap 25 P V 6 bars Red Letter soap 25c Phone 92 Russell Grocery Died Near Shelbyville Mrs Sallie Shafer died near Shelby yule Saturday night of last week after a prolonged illness The deceased was a daughter of Mrs U L Taylor who with her husband reached Shelbyville time to attend the funeral The de ceased maiden name was Miss Sallie Allen and in her girlhood days was a student C C College this place Her old schoolmates will regret to hear of her death yi Pure ground bone for wheat and grass at S McKinleys HJ andOptometiristof recently returned from the Northren Illinois College of pticsat Chicago where he took the various courses and degrees offered b that school wishes to say to th people of Columbia and Adair county that wherieverthey need anything In his line he will give them prompt and accurate service Mr Hill has been in the jewelry and optical business at Campbellsville r severali years See his ad in this our paper IThe arc lights of this town are iperated by switches and no one has the right to meddje witha switch who is not concerned in the plant It has been the case that some ono has turned the lights on upon several occasions and the individual who knows nothing about the construction is likely to do damage Therefore unconcerned pet sons are warned to keep their hands off the switch that governs the arc lights irA H Ballard Country bacon l1amsand lard I8c per pound at Russell Co 452t Mr Prank Sinclair has solda one half interest in ihe front lot between the Paul Drug Co and Mr WR JmoniThsixty feet deep and will complete it this fall All the plans have not yet been agreed upon but will be determined a few days This building will bequite an addition to the square the more bus mess houses we have the more busiriegg will be established I See SisMcKinley cheapi cash ferti I zerJ d The September term of the Adair Circuit court opened Monday a food Cgywdi being in town Ther e wre quite a lumberof tojdc dMtlktra fre YarioUi parts andsmsinnl bi r Iurki tMr i q iir tb t f j t j I The Vote of Adair County inRe- pubiicair Primary i The foil owing is the vote of Adair county in the Republican primary Jield last Thursday I POWERS EDWARDS W Columbia 70 f v 55 E Columbia 115 1 60 Keltner 86 Li 5 ilitown 60 i 13 Oak 141 kf0Pelly n M ffi ittle Cakei47 V5 v v 22 fEgyptGlensfork 84 1 farmony 30 v j iflroy J 102V 4f V 4P CaneValley = l23v 7i 9 Gradyville A 49 J vf Total 1273 Vw 345 345 Majority 928 Opening of Circuit Court The rain Monday morning detained Judge Carter and he did pot reach here h u 1isgrand jury instructed The crowd in attendance was much smaller than usual due to the down pour of rain The following gentlemen compose the two juries GRAND JURY yiusConoverJnoA Albert Mercer J D Todd G Stults Jim Wilson L R Conover Mont Stevenson John Holt PETIT JURY Opber Moss Richard Feese Hafdin Cundiff James Young Geo Kemp Jno Pelley J WPicKett Thos S J sones tWBell Clem Keltner T C Davidson Isaac Curry Jr Jno Jackman Nim Roach AW Tarter Geo H Nell Neace Gowen Tim Collins Wm Irvin J 0 Humphress For Sale IA desirable home in the town of Cane Valley The dwelling is new and con tains seven rooms There are one and onequater acres of land lfnotsok immediately will be for rent Coy E Dudgeon Columbia Ky 463tIPREACUING NEXT SUNDAY W H C Sandidge Ebine zer FJ Bar er Glennville tZI R Crawford Columbia i J A Johnston Pleasant Ridge J HRood Clear Spring W J Levi Union ChapehiJ Menzies Mt Hope B M Currie Tabor T E Ennie Greensburg S P Stapp Liberty v rsP J F Roach Harrodsford WB Cave Gradyville I Rev W B Holmes of Tennessee arrived last Saturday afternoon and on Sunday opened his evangelistic meet ings at Union Notwithstanding the weather was threatening a large num ber of people put in an appearance and listened to a very helpful and enter taining discourse At the evening sex vices seven or eight persons asked an interest in the prayers of Christian peo pIe Mr Presley Clark has organized his choir and the singing is very delightful The meeting will continue for two weeks and every body is cordially invited Several months ago The Salt Lake Utah Daily Tribune offered 10000 in prizes and money to be expended on trips to Europe and to interesting points in this country These prizes were of fered to the ones who wuld secure the most subscribers to said paper Mrs Mary Logan wife of DrD B Logan and a nieceof Mrs Margaret Tucker and Mrs Kinnie Murrell this place entered the contest and was awarded a trip to the Pacific Coast Next Sunday will close another Conference year for the Methodist church and Rev Currie will preach at Tabor church at 11 oclock a njndhere in Columbia at 730 oclock m At which time be will make a rewrtof the work for the year All memberi are requested to be prrtient while the public jiri general is invited Rev Cur rio NilLI eavEnex t Monday fox the Gon ference a Rusellville i WyfL Douglas for stlL7 Frank Sinclair iff ITker will be iii cat SbiIeb it SU nd eveBinf fe Oetobw sifatited by B4theri I0 prwiag byLuJhsr T ua f tiJot 11Jiii t 4 Democratic County Convention f Pursuant to a call issued by the Chairman of the County Committee J W Flowers a convention of Demo crats was held in the courthouse in Co afternoonSeptnaming delegates to a district Conven tion to be held in Somerset Kyv Thursday September 22 1910 to nomi natea candidate to represent the Eleventh Kentucky district in the next Congress of the United States The Chairman being absent the Con v nion was called to order ba LoC Winfrey Secretary of the County Committeev4o upon motion wasmade permanent Chairman J 4EV Murrell w pOnfollowing committee on resolutions who retired and in a short time reported as follows the resolutions being unanimously adopted It is resolved by the Democrats of Adair County Convention assembled viz That we approve of the call for a district convention to be held at Somerset Ky on Thursday September 22nd 910 for the dandidatethe next Congress of the United States and we Walker Bryant NM TuttNT fiercer John D Lowe Mont Stevenson J H Pelly Jesse V White A A Miller Robert G Price R L Campbell Luther Fletcher S It Walker J W Sublett James Mercer Geo H Nell James Gilpin Levi Bur bridge Silas Denny H K Walkup W Jj Brockman Geo A Bryant Henry Royse Jas Combest J W Tupman Ben Evans J Cr Neal Johu Campbell W 0 Pelley George Wal ker W L Simpson and all other good Democrats are appointed delegates to aid district convention to represent his county in same 2d That we commend the candidacy for Attorney General of this State our fellow countyman Sir James Garnett and earnestly ask the Democrats- throughout the Commonwealth to give him their hearty support knowing that he is a high gentleman an able lawyer one who at all times has been loyal to his party After the adoption of the resolutions Mr Jas F Montgomery addressed the Convention urging the delegates who maygo to Somerset to select an able man a known Democrat one who can go before the people without stain up on his character The Convention then adjourned L C Winfrey Chairman- J E Murrell Secretary A Special Chance for Investment I am closing out 35 farms in Denton Colony before the opening Septf 29th 1910 This land is situated in Dimmit county which has more than 300 flow ing wells and is 90 miles southwest of Sanantonia in one of the finest truck growing regions of Texas We have 1800 people in our Colony many of them the best business men arid women of the country For particulars see S C Selby general agent at Columbia Hotel for the next week or ten days It The Louisville Conference of the Methodist Church will meet in Russell yule Tuesday the 27th inst It is to be hoped that both Presiding Elder T L Hulse and Rev B M Currie will be returned to this place They are ex cellent preachers and their places cano not be easily filled Public Sale I will on Saturday the 24th d yof September 1910 sell the following property to the highest bidder The sale totake place at my home one half mile west of White Oak Church on the Russell Springs road Terms made known on day of sale 4 good WOrk horses 2 oneyear old jnulas 1 thoroughbred Jersey cow 1 extra good milk cow 6 head of stock cattle 15 head of fat iogs7head of stock hogs 3 good farm wagons 3 good buggies 1 good surrey 1 good mowing machine and rake and farming imple men ts of all kinds two hundred bat resof corn 15000fgo hay 2 good Cultivators r 1 good disc harrow several setsof double and single har ness 2mansaadlee and other things too numerous p mtntion B p Hurt The residence of Mrs tarytuco n and seventeen ndaha1facrH Ipf land attached situated near the Fair grptjods were sold to the highest bidde r fMowimy Mir JamMiT Page became ti purchaser at2200 Your roof will nofc driMkof punt il wiil dard temtptJoIj irantaw- are 0b tkwfE ir 1ts Vvv j c Delightful qutingp Really sejemedthat theVdays of the use tobe had returned when Wed nesday afternoon about five 6dock Mr Rob t Toed brought in his hay wagon and team and conveyed a crowd out to ToddsCave The destination was reach ed at 7 30 amd immediately a large fire was started around which the young lunchion the cave followed lasting about two hoursTheenire party which was compo- sedofMrsEE Spiller Misses Elma Page Elizabeth Drake Myrtle Zimmerman Jenny McFarland Margaret Todd Myrtle Myres Vic Hughes Mable Jag er Messrs JakeFarris Presley lark CarmadyMiller Fred HillRobt Todd Geo Montgomery Tim Cravens and Herschel Baker unanimously voted it one of the most delightful outings of the season and many thanks are due Mr Todd Public Sale hOnber 1910 I wiii sell sixty head of fine bididersc place in the town of Columbia 444t J B Barbee Married Last Sunday night MrG R Tate Turpen and Mrs S E Elkiri of Louisville were married at the home of Rev Solomom Turpen this city The ceremony was performed by the father of the groom and only a few friends were present The couple will reside near the roller mill The couple became ac quainted several months ago while Mr Turpen was visiting in L uisvilleb Watkins CompanyI I represent one of the best Companies in the world I am on the Columbia square every Monday Call and see my goods and get my prices jJnp B Grant j A Farm For Sale Friday Sept 30 1910 On the abov named date Iwill offer at Public out cry the farm belonging to Adair Mont gomery consisting of 81 acres more less situated on Russells Creek orI Eppersons Mill Adair county tucky Terms One third cash remain der in two equal payments of one and two years with legal interest lien on land for Salehour 10 TIPower462t Frank Waggener sold his farm known as the Anderson Smith farm last week to Clarence Hindman for 3100 Farm ForSale My farm of 40 acres situated on the Columbia and Campbelisville pike 4 miles frpm Columbia good dwelling and outbuildings and well watered good orchard Sold on easy terms 44 3t Wm Francis Persons who are indebted to this office and who will be in Columbia this wee are requested to call and make pay mentSOur Fall stock of suits and byercoats for men boys and children is ready for inspection 4521 Mr John Lee Walker has purchased of Mr JO Russell the cottage on Jamestown Street now occupied by Prof W M Wilson and wife for two thousand dollars Columbia Chapter No 7 Royal Arch Masons will meet next Friday evening It will be a very important meeting the election of offiersfor the ensuing year It is hoped that every Coin panion in regular standing will be present Mr Jo Ellis and Mrs Dollie Ellis were married near Pelly tonone day last week The marriage was a great surr prise to the community as but few pe pie knew they were going together Stand rd apron check ginghams and Standard Prints 5c per yard at 4521 y Russell iCo Ed a twelve year old sonQf1Ir L Pi Overstreet had the misfortune to g tbal1Yhurt Sunday afternoon He was trying to push open the glaw dol r to the ntraace of his fathers atgrei when the glass broke Apiece flew and struck thy ln the abdom ri cugbcheh liWi Drs CM Ru8 J ad b taR k- CetPalgaatd for kpsys- k 4 1J 11J D BaseBall 5 r d Quite an interesting and cIoeilgame was played at Greensburg sf Sh fthday the 10 h inst between Buck nersviHe and Gresham local base ball poyscto differ since the umpire was a citizen of the BucknersviUe vicinity and his partiality to them could be plainly seen by all present He did not only give them all the close decisions but also a couple that were wholly inconcistant this being the only thing that put them in the lead Our boys all did excellent playing but the leading feature throughout the game was the pitching by Johnston who won the admirationjof all He certainly held the ville boys down nicely hes a little too stiff for them they cant quite hit that twirland they can no longer boast of having players who never tan for their first six men were put out in that way and the total number of fanrfj ning and striking out was 19 times Doesnt that seem like Johnston knows is business c To make a long story short the game was ours although the umpire decided j it agaitst us x iThe melon season is about over H iJNewrall Styles inMens and bp h now on sale Russell Co Circuit Court will probably continue the full two weeks The Groves fertilizers are as good as the best C E Young 43lm r The reunion of the Popplewell family in Russell county will be phblishednedt- eekw Standard Elastic Cement Paint sitKej est for any roof Reed Hardware Go 452t 1 Dwelling houses are scarce in Cot lumbia They are in demand and many could be rented Buy your fertilizer from C E YoungV 43lm Born to the wife of U NV Whitlock September 18 a son fi4 IStop those leaks iyurroof witha Standard ElastieOementPaint Reed Hardware Co 452t IBon to the wifecW B Morris 17a son Standard Elastic Cern nt Paint the best metal paint on earth Reed Hard war Co 452t-j Mrs Fielding Coffey who lived heae Mohtpelier died last Sunday She was a very estimable Jady Standard Elastic Cement Paint a perfect covering and preservative for roofs Guaranteed for five years by 2tjjR P Paull sold Charlie Tarter a fewdaysago a wagon and two mules for 260 The teachers Association at Pelly top has heenchangd from the last vSatur day in September to the third Saturday in October ForSaleA few choice thoughbred single comb white leghorn roosters Price 100 each Mailorders will rerr ceive prompt attention R M Rice Campbellsville Kyi RFD 2 45 2t At the sale of Mrs Yarberrys propV erty last Saturday the stock corn household goods and growing crop spld well The farm was sold privately to R K Young consideration 2000 Miss Esteli Willis who dismissed heri school atElroyi two weeks ago onac count of diptheria being in the vicinity recOnvened last Monday fhereasIonly one case of diptheria in theneigHr borhooda little son af Mr John SimpA f son and he has recovered Mr S Dv Barbee has traded the farm rieartown he recently purchasedv of Mr A So Chewning to Mr Charley Herriford In the deal Mr gets Mr HerrifordV residence situ ated near the roller mill his wagons r and teams and 1250 in exchange fpr the farm i t Democratic Congressional Conven tioh t Somerset next Thursday TWJ name most prominently mentioned for j the inomination Virgil Smith of Somer V3 Set and Elzy Bertrahf of Albnyt A 1 Tfi large vote Brought put lab 1 jlfeurtday jIowft ofralYekooi withoatii btfie thsturbaac m tliM nn county T1bre Was a little wraae- yfeWv tetsVn Wt OoVJi ftlIMti Jii to fl uyoootv ia 27tJi J f I Si i n ckh ty THE ADAIRGOUNTYNEWSt2t f fJ tt v James Scores Wilson V A t r vVi S xA dispatch from Frankfort says that State Auditor Frank Pc trp James has received many letters from Republicans in the Eighth Congressional District congrat n ulating him on the plain un- varnishedi interview which he 1 C gayeregarding the appointment of Judge Lewis Walker by act Jing Governor Cox James does expect ever to run for office serveiIJ V his party if handed something 1 s good on the silver waiter He therext was no politics in the statement v and that it pained him to make it for he had the pledge of Act 4 ing Governor Cox but he says irthat he could not do so now and h does not want to take back any i thing he said Jame says too 4 r that any attempt on the part of iV4the whisky ring to gain as tendency i n Republican ranks g will split the party He is the leader on the temperance side j fft He says that Willson has done J the party a great harm in play f Ing both the whisky and the temperance factions and that it is not too late for the Republi can party in this State to carryout the platform pledges and xrthat it should do so before the administration comes to a close ETown News V Woman Plans Womans Paper IiMrs E C Atwood of Phila delphia is arranging or the pub lication in Washington of The Womans Interstate Press ai womans newspaper edited and reported by women and devoted entirely to their interests It is not to be the official organ of any council association club or lea gue but it will deal iQdependentf ly with all questions affecting women It proposes to devote particular attention to news of feminine interest such as better conditions for children teachers and women wageearners Mrs Atwood that thesays new paper is not to be a fashion journal nor I a cook book or a collection of health hints but a real newspaper in which matters of genuine interest will be discussed One oof the features will be a review of the worlds work J The Call to Service Ii Every individual has certain endowments some of them fixed in amount some capable of al most unlimited extensionwhich are his to use for himself or for his master Time intellectual power social giftssome have manrY possess all But upon every Christian comes the obligation to service not by imperious corn nand but as the natural re sponse of the heart to him through whom alone we have meaninptof life The man who can truly speak of Christ as My Saviour cannot call anything else selfish f ly mine n Asin feudal times J4 the man surrenders himself and ff all to his master and receives it again at his hands ori conditions rpfstewartship and service Watrc fi tj are not our oWn We are bought 7 with aprice i a tfl lati t They forest fires in the northf i t r WesthaYe stirred the entire na k 1QI Exactly how many people have lost their lives is not known but it is abI over e htin f2 d ed mark- zhf 1s reported f tNy iTtjff f t r 9n yft 4Li as many asp 86 employes of the forest service have lost their lives Fire fighters were order to save the lives of the people and let the timber go as the situation reached a stage where it was considered inadvisable toJ try to stop the fires The loss to property will reach into themilJ lions of dollars according to es timates r The Boy Q Question The worst habit that boys can fall into is that of loafing around on the streets at night It is then they cast their lot in slippery places when at any moment they are likely to fall from grace All good and noble lessons taught them by their mothers are nul ified They Jearn nothing that is good but everything bad The boys who spend their evenings in the sacred precincts of home with good books for their companions are the future hope of this republic They will fill our legislative and congressional halls and sit in judgment upon men and measures while the boys who run the streets will fill our penitentiaries almshouses and lunatic asylums Parents who are responsible for these broken laws of decency will have broken hearts and bowed down heads in the awakening years that will inevitably follow A New Danger 10 False Hair A few days ago a young lady in Richmond Va while resting n a hammock in her garden took a rat out of her hair in order to cool and rest her head She laid it carelessly down beside her and thought no more about it The next day she felt strange pains in her head They grew so severe that she was comJ- p lled to leave her place of employment and go home She took down her hair and found great swollen places on her scalp Her mother who was trying to assist her in easing her pain happened to pick up the rat the girl had just removed and feeling something hard in it she began pulling it apart Great was her horror to find a sixinch moccasin nestled in the center of the hair It had worked itsiJr way in the day before when the young lady had put it on the groundThe Christian HeraldJ President Taft asserts that in the PayneAldrich bill necessities were favored at the expense of luxuries Here are a fed com parisons which show how the- Republicans really favored the necessities The necessity raw sugar was taxed 65 per cent while the luxury diamonds cut but not set were taxed only 10 per cent Such necessities as blankets flannels womens dress goods shawls knit goods wear ing apperal and other woolen manufacturers were made to pay a tax of from 80 to 140 per cent while the luxury automo biles were taxed but 45 per cent An electric alarm for iricuba thermostatsrings a bell when the tempera ture rises above or falls below the egg hatching point j Probably the best timekeeper in the world the electric clock in the Brlm bs yatory It is enclosed in an airtight tt1iI and abe Oil f t i3C 017f 111r 1J7W i ii i if n Toe Peanut Politician One by one as the decades come and go do we find father time ringing in the changes The things we have about us now are riot the things which were each and every thing haying its turn serving its day and then becoming obsolete One of the mostnoticable of these evo luting changes is The passing of the peanut politician a char after that for years played an active part in every township and city He it was sat behind the scene and looked wise and issued his edicts When upon the street he rushed to shake hands with the great common people and the sereneness of his bland smile used on that occason would settle the most pestifer ous storm He gave out his opinion in that knowing confi dential manner that said Ill tell you this because you are my Ii friend sa do not mention itINow this political sage is fast becoming one of the things that were The people no longer look to him for wisdom they have long since learned those gushing howdyedos andI confidential chats did not mean anything and that they were handed out liberally to all The voter now when approached by this politician immediately be gins to ask himself what thes clever gentleman wants No longer are the great com I mon people hungry for office and official promises atthe expense of their country and government All have found that honest administrations leave no picking for the peanut politician promIIbut little and that there are many dissapointments in office holding i Thevchanges the times have pOlii1ticianhe tented with the has beens The leaders at Washington who during the last presidential campaign filled the people up on tJtheired that they cannot run an eIt tire congress contray to their promises and In behalf of the money grabbers and trusts and cover their acts with soft and gushing handshakes for the people No the people have learned the difference in revising it downward The peanut poli tician must change his program He has learned that from such upheavals as the last governors election in Kentucky and the last municipal election in the great city of Milwaukee The people are doing their own thinking they are in the saddle and will rule Honest Abe Lin coin said it right when he gave birth toy that now old saying You can fool all the people part of the time and part of the people all the time but you can not fool all the people all the time v The peanut politician must gQf The interest of these American states demand that he goes His old time tactics are nauseating and his st kof schemes have ceased to have the desired effect ThepeqplebavefRrned on the light of day and this to gether with the ltr rti cutrehii thederAmerican pojiftotn ia awijber SPbu itQemoorat fci y f L lFt Morgan Ala I i Sept llth 1910 Editor News For some time J have been thinking of writing but on account of so many political items being published in the Adair County News I did not care to impose upon the editor For I am sure of this that putting a man among men in office isof1 more importance then a mere item of Description I take great interest in watch ing the heat of political battles through the News and I hope each man in office will do justice- to his cause I am now stationed at Fortt Morgan We left Tampa on thef morning of June 8th and arrived here on the evening of the 11th Our journey here was pleasant- one could not help thinking as he gazed from the car window of hey glories of this Southern cli for neither poet nor artist wel1I sOliItheir own Life is not so monotonous here as at Ft Desato There are 4 campanies here The armament are two 12 inchrifles IimartarsThis place as every one knows suppose has a history for on- these grounds the Blue and Grey met and an awful struggle in suedwhich put a blot on the page of history and to which we all look back not only with sorrow but with pride No men ever fought so nobly for their cause each believeing he was right The other evening as I sat on the Bamport of the old Fort wandered if years ago some poor soul had not sit there thinking of mother and home and all that was dear to him and to whom never returned As I approached the oldAFort Morgan I entered a tunnel which goes under the outer wall feettand enter into a large stone gateway which shows in spite of its age the care and skill used in its building At the entrance ofJ tunnel there are two large wooden doors about 8 inches in thickness put together with bolts swung on huge iron hinges The entrance at the stone gateway is made on the same order as that at the tunnel entrance with the exception that one of these doors has a small door When passing in or out it is notneces sary to open the entrance Most of the work remains prac tically perfect Little stones are used in construction Most of it is brick work which far surpasses the skill of our workman today f Nothing remains but the structure the guns have been taken away around the old gun mounting are large blood stains where men of noble minds fought bled and died for a cause they believed to be noble Per haps some reader pf this article had a lather or husband whq had fought here A great many r apersjft e NeWSi are perhaps famiIiaras to the 1ocatinot old Fort organ for iti one ofthe oideet forts in theUnited States having been a fortification since 1833 It is now aaatot ge for Pro eettlee l0r tbe t 4 At ar arrived I have in my possession quite a lot of choice selections of souvenirsThe here averages 98 the rainfall is very great but onr only system of travel is by boat Therefore the rainfall does not affect our water road Our leisure hours are spent at ball playing and in the gymnasi um at boxing and bowling Our ball team has not lost but one game this season On last Sunday they played a double header they shut one team out and the other the score stood 4 to 8 in favor of Fort Morgan We have another game for next Sunday but it has been so unlikely they may not come This is the stormy season of the year in this part of the country At one side of the reservation is a cemetery in which the noble lives were buried who fought in the war I have mentioned above At times in wandering over the sand heaps you can find bones of bodies of men who were buried here years ago It seems shame that this old cemetery schoQlIfor gun ofIoldIng I will close Wishing suc to all I am your comrade and friend John M Pittman 39 Company C A C Ft Morgan Alai Desperate fight With a Snake IC E Mullins who lives on Fork in the Bradfords ville section engaged in a desperate fight with a tremendous rattlesnake a few days ago and winImany months to come Mr Mullins found the snake in his yard a short distance from his home and not wishing to let the reptile escape he called to his wife to bring him a stick This she quickly did The first blow struck by Mr Mullins seemed but to anger the snake which sprang at him a distance of several feet and a furious fight began Mrs Mullins displaying- rare bravery went to the assistance of her husband and in a few minutes the two had succeeded in killing the reptile which upon examination was found to have had twentyone rattles The snake is said to been one of the largest ever killed in that section of the county Mrs Mullins has re cently lost about thirty of her finest pullets and it is thought the monster reptile and the foxes that abound in the neigh borhood have gotten them Lebanon Enterprise The census returns now corning in steadily leaves no doubt that thn country is growing in population at a rapid rate The gains in some of the cities are very notable several of the little placeshavingofuaderemarkable advancement in the last ten y arsThis rgrowth is really more significant in various Ways than the increases in the larger cities for it shows local thrift alldpl08pedtySfudyr of the latealfcensusxetuxna ttmst help t oijdiasjp e aj f pessiraistie ides ttbftti wfr a ti 1iisnF Republican Troubles As The News foreshadowed some time ago Senator Bradley will have to be reckoned with be fore Judge ORear is nominated by the Republicans for Gover nor Confirmatory to this opin ion is the appointment of Lewis L Walker as Circuit Judge to succeed the late Judge Saufley by Adting Gov Cox Walker if from Garrard county and was formerlaw partner of Senator Bradleys His appointment was doubtless at the suggestion of the Senator and made in the in terest of Lieut Gov Cox who will likely oppose Judge ORear for the Gubernatoriol nomina tion Here is what State Audi tor James says about the appointment J The appointment pleases the whiskey ring and it shows nimy judgment Cox told me that he would not make the appointment but would let Governor Wilson appoint Cox read me a letter today giving him infor mation that Taft had refused to appoint Walker as United States District Attorney After that I told Cox and he appointed Wal ker I say he is not fit to be Gov ernor and although I told him- I was for him I am against him and will do everything in myj power to beat the man who 1 think has played selfish politics at the expense of the party and the people of the State Elizabethtown News Keep Up tier Milk Whatever you do try to keep up a cows flow of milk after she once comes fresh It may be possible to bring her ujfagairr tl a considerable extent after hay ing dropped but the undertak ing is difficult It costs much move t o bring her back even partially than to keep her upI from the start With plenty of good clover and bluegrass pas ture and an abundance of pure water it ought not to be hard to keep up a cows original flow of milk at least within reasonable limits When the pasture begins to dry up give the cow some good protein feed like alfalfa cow peas or clover hay If these can not be obtained in their stead give some wheat bran or a few pounds o f cottonseed meal Farmers Home Journal I Infection in the Prison injfifteen the treatment of their tuberculosis prisoners These institutions can accommodate however only 800 patients In three fourths of the major prisons and in practically alKthe jails of the country the tuberculous prisoner is allowed freely to infect his fellow prisoners very few restrictions being placed upon his habits When the congregate mode of prison life is onsidered the danger of infection becomes greater than in the general popu lation New YorJc and Massachusetts are the only States where any systematic attempt has beenmade to transfer all tuberlous lO ets to one central prfllitubercttloSish where accommodations for 200 prisoners are provided The next fir Clinton neon hospital 1n New York which provides t 3tE r r I y c ji J d i r jf ar sipai f it i C f iTHi ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 1 N Time Card IH 8CUlondayDec311M SOUTHBOUND j LEBAsVoNNo2z No21t 815 amt 1004 am N8 75 i50ipm 740pm No 21600 pm KhOOpiri No8k630Dn v J 900pra YNORTHBOUNDTRAIN Lv LEBANON An LOUISVILLE ecM 548 ani t 750 am o78732am 101- 5ame25430 pm 655 pm- Ko22 628 pm i 815 pm 3ToS2 732 am h 1015 am Npe S2 and 98 areSunday trains on- lyHOThL 1 WILMORE WN CUIIijaOHH Prop rt t FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonahle RatesI GRftDYllILLe KY D CrenshawIS VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnelin t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavir or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ONBURKSVILLE STREET Res Phone 29 Office Phone 401 Dr James Triplet f iiQtis r I JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY fce S IDunbarJ- Dentist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone AttoneYAt Law q Will practice in this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky DR M E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia Kentucky I Special attention given to Dentistry Di eases Ot tlio Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all otherDiseases which visits Dumb Brutes OFFICE Located in barn back of Han cockHoteL j 2 iTher l ajrtoilntY4 t h NewsAiJi U 1 1c M VlrlfVc MillNburnal One Year Fori I 5J1r il1 fif r r1 r J rProgram i tBigPine Grove September 25th r 1910 530 Music by Shelton and vice brothers string band 945 DevotionalexerciseRev- E Pennycuff 955 Welcome addre slJW Mitchell V J 1005 ResponseS HAWv Ed monds 1010 Our- Stephens purpose5herejtitv S I V 1030 How to get youngfolkste interested i n work Mrs J E Humble 1040 Miscellaneous Recitations by Pupils 1115 How to increase attend ance in Sunday School W S Knightre1130 What the teachers should be W F Wilson V 1150 Music t 1200 Dinner VrV V 100 p m Song J y y F Wilson f 105 Bible readmgVdntest by Pupils V i 150 Music r 155 Select reading Mrs E V Wilson 200 Opportunities and how to observe them Rev W H Hopper 215 Value of Sunday school Rev Bryant Stephens 230 Temperancelecture Rev Pennycuff d 3 04 Delfvering presents B H Edmonds 3 10 Miscellaneous businessI H W Edmonds W F Wilson Com J S Stephens Every body invited Bring songbooks and dinner B H Edmonds Sec It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swensen of Watertown wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors would not cure had at last laid me u Tnen Bucklens Arnica Salve cured sound and well In fallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Paull Drug C- oIn Newport u fashionable woman wearing a hobble skint was tripped in alighting fromher runabout and fell upon her face cutting it She should now cut the hobble Free Sample For Babys Ills Something can and must be done for the puny crying baby for the restss of all health is theproper working of the digestive organs look first to andbowels importantasfrmovements ee soundsleeptheerqergencytion Cathartics are too strong and sall tostrongo nusingevtriedn f efSctivr no better to le Toundfor children They like it tae to themeuseItU thiswayyowhen convinced of its merits you can anoneother families are The ILrD WSpangler of strattonv111ePa JohnsonWalnut In of that way and now write that It is their ItHUItDsUpatSonandlndlgeetJonYGU sample of JDrCldwellperfJOnallyw111 be plea aba madesirethe stomach liver or bowels absolutely free of charge JExplaln your case in a detailFthearns and address on a postal rlor deotoruidtwrVtH Vefctteeito D r Cv Electrical Notes J The cost of tth transatlantic cable averages nearly 200a mile Modern electric hoists are so designed that the speed varies with the load 6 The new metal filament lamps are not nearly so fragile as the earlier types A portable electrolytic bleaching apparatus has been devised for household use to remove stains from textiles A new sanitary mouthpiece efr phones is made flush with the transmitter case to avoid germcatching corners A 20watt tungsten lamp gives one1 fourth more light than the carbon filament lamp of 16 can dlefcower on onehalf the cur r nt A coin intheslot electric curling iron heater for the use of feminine patrons of the hotels and other public places has been patented All Sorts sectarianIinsur It seems that the tussock moth scorns to put its egg in cold storage For an agreeable summer job how would you like to demon strate hammocks The Germans are using heavy artillery to shoot at airships Why not try air guns No matter how the weather and temperature change the humidity never fails to comeback t But even old Rome before it fell never had to contend with coldstorage eggs all the year round Are you giving proper appreciation to the class of summer weather the man in charge is handing out- France wants an inspiring son pfor its soilders to sing as they march They are welcome to sing Kelly And still the patient hen goes on without asking whether she is working for an incubator or cold storage plant Apple crop outlook good Seems to us that we heard something about its certain fail ure justaf ter those April frosts Plymouth has the rock Pro vincetown the tall tower and the country generally the rest of the monument in men andwomen The rubber acreage in India said to be increasing but then it is to benaturally expected that such a product would stretch out At some of the eastern hotelsI we are told they serve reed birds that can scarcely be distinguish spasrows Singing songs while fishing will make the fish bite a diR patch saysand in most in stances small blame can be a tached to the fish An instrument which is being 5ofa doctor to see the Interior of a patients stomach Being a LnIdon doctor must be disagreeable It is estimated that Americans have been swindled out of 9 MOjOOO in Mexican rubber schemiBf Think of they automo biles or duck lajkiier ttn y would havef bought v pa t1i 1 f J t peoplecaning raisins The trouble is that most of the energy produced by eating raisins has to be expend edrin removing the seeds s A Missouri convict mathematically inclined hopes for pardon because he has discovered how to reduce equations of the tenth degree A study of English might show him how to shorten his sentence Fears for the leaning tower of Pisa are shared only by admirers of the antique If the worst should happen a modern sky scraper would undertake to fit Pisa ont with an even more re markable structure A minister in New England has the audacity to suggest that there Will be baseball in heaven Probably thinks that if th streets are gold the fields may b Diamonds But what will they do for umpires They have all been told to go to the other place A Man of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and tremendous energy are never found where Stomach Liver 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 regulators for keen brain and strong body 25c at Paull Drug Co o Provisions of New State Law Much interest is felt in the in determinate sentence law recently passed by the Kentucky Legis lature under which the first convictions have just occurred i Warren county After a man has been found guilty he is sentenced to the penitentiary and the prison board decided as to length O f time he shall remain much d pending on his good behavior etc The jury and trial judge have nothing to say as to his term of services further than is shown by the following which suegh cases That the jury by which an offenders indicted for a felony is tried shall ascertain only wheth or not said person is guilty of pear son found by the jury guilty of a felony The jury sh so state in its verdict and after such finding by the jury the Judge trying such offender shall pronounce an indeterminate sen tence of imprisonment in the penitentiary for a tern stating the minimum and the maximum limits thereof j according to the lawiszOne Good Breeding uA great part of our education HoYSlanggirJs up with well informed and sup marn ners an blegra ceFl1l ler says that William earl of Nassau won a subject from the king of Spain every tithe he took off his hat tYoucannot have one well bred man without a whole society of such They keep each other up to any high point Especially women it requires a great many cultivated 1 womensaloons of bright elegant reading women accustomed to ease andre n me htfospectacle I ctur aoulpture etryand to ela8 in nt1 society order that you houlcL hawe one Mme de StaeLErav ti LiOA L hiS t ti I J I Stocks Tip the Acme of Excellence I J New Fail Carpets is i 1 Rugs and Wall Paper r Are shown inmany representativestYles Low prices are linked to good qualities making trading here absolutely safe and saving t Special inducements in Tulaid Linoleurfe 150gradesper Square eii yard 110 6 patterns Plenty of each and every yard Jos Wild Gos first grade Hubbuch Bros Wellendorifi522 524 W Markets 1Louisville KntucKy S 1 jQrw nrvarnnrnns v v r Program beChurceh McGaha Ky the second Sunda in Oct 1910 to open at 9 oclot a mIInvocation Rev James Burton Welcome address Rucker P GrimsleyResponse Capt Wm Brad shaw Song by audience What is music H W Wo mack Albert Bryant How find the key note in any key Stewart Rexroat Dennie pGnmsleyHow teach note reading A G Coffey A G Hill Scale building John Pierce L John Wolf ord nRelative and absolute pitch J F Hughes Robert Blair Transposition of scale by flats Transposition sharps R 0 Cabbell Geo Pike rotee YrPerter McCaffree Relative length of notes and rests 1uck P Grimsley John Burton Jr- Double measure Joe Kerns Lucian Burton Quadruple M Jail es Kerns B H Burton rThe program will be interspersed by solos by some of the very best singers in the county and it is hoped that all lovers of allapartIWH Womack U G Anderson Committee F J Hughes The Crippen Case rf If Doctor Crippen is convicted it will be on circumstantial or indirect evidence it will beb cause the persuasion of guilt amounts to moral certainty such as to convince the minds of his judge and of his jury beyond all reasonable doubt The evidence against him will have to prepon derrte to an extent such as to make the presumption of his in nocence in the highest degree improbable such as to amount to judicial proof No eyes witness ed the act but the collateral evidence is ocular tangible and may prove tobeoverwhelnihgG- umulative ircumstance haver Determined re mysterious murder trials than most people re member visible and positive evidence in such cases is not to be looked for nor is it frequent geefdeeds of Qa lare not done jdtylijht and at follows there fore tbtVm crinainml proc slfl ihll c tuttfa1 eyidei1ef 1 2 iot r t THE i LOUISVILLE TIMES t z T J FOR 191O BRIGUTER BETTER BIGGER TUAN EVER REGULAR PRICE OF ITilE THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS 500 A YEAR IFYOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER v TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY L NEWS AND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere Has the best corps of corre pondents Covers the KentuckY fieldsper- fectly V j Covers the general news fieldr completely eHas the best aria fullest mar kets reports DEMOCRATIC in politics but fair to everybody SEND YOUR 4UBSCKIP TION RIGHT AWAY i TO THIS PAPERnot to They Louisvillev Times must frequently be ieliA dori9j The Grippen case will be fol1 gggMa morbid interest from the meager reports to hand r the probabilities do not favor ii the accused the admitted factsu have ah ugly aspect We may however be sure that he wSiK liaveevery advantage of a kiiif i t ftllldefenseiandofthat presump jtiori of innocenced which is basie J i in thexBritipli ourtsLduisyiile S f i Yttj 1i 3f J fi 1 t f SII 1IJi t r 1 y4F l YAjfrl AMf t t 4 THEAiJAIRCOUNTNEWfs It t rL ITHEADAIR COuNT Y NEWSJ Published Every 1 IYTItE Wednesdaysi Ad tfounfrNMtom n r INCORPORATED 4 CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democraticnewspaper devoted tOthe In terest of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered tit the Columbia Postoffice as secfand class mail matter WED SEPT 21 1910 l TILE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY Caleb Powers Easily Defeats D Ci Edwards CarrYin Count t in the District But ThreeC HIS MAJORITY TEN THOUSAND OR MORE The result of Repuplican pri kmary in the Eleventh district last Thursday was a great sur prise to Mr Edwards and also to Mr Powers the former that he Was defeated the latter that his majority was so large Edwards supporters i n thi id bf the cBstrict knew that Mr j Powers was largely the favorite in Adair Casey Russell Clinton Cumberland Monroe Wayne but they reasoned that Mr Ed wards vote in the upper end the district would overreach 1111 Powers vote in this end Edwards friends entered the primary very hopefnl Thursday morning After the polls were closed arid the returns commenced to arrive it was plain to every body that Powers was an easy winner At this writing his exact ma jority can not be told but it is in the neighborhood of ten or twelve thousand The following is tIle vote of counties sent in the night after theprInlarjTiLondon Ky Sept 16Ednfr countybyeig- hteen votes From the beginning his followers have been loyal and unchangeable The influence of Senator Bradley though not active had been fig te ured a strong factor inPowers behalfr Williamsburg Ky Sept 16 Twentyeight out of twenty=nine precincts in Whitley county gavel Powers aboutJ200 majority overt Edwards The other will increase Powers majority about 50ViWhitesburg Ky Sept 16 Letcherlcounty majorjty over D C Edwards The precinct to hear from is conceded to Powers which will swell his majority to 350 Somerset Ky Sept 167PuJ laski county gives Edwards a majority of 5QO all precincts heard from The election here was the quietest held in the county No disturbances were reported in the county London Ky Sept 16Ows leyicpunty complete except Up per cl3uff alp gives Powers 615 majority The missing precinct willincrease his majority to 650 V Liberty Ky Sept 16 Eleven precincts in Casey county give Powers 996 Edwards 265 one willrin creasePower s majrity 35 7i t Ii t Bur viJle Jiyv Sept 16 retix is romtoda f N an Oui and cty 1iivelQ rs810mardijJBJiX1 Sfptfe 16 6 en 1one Out oJ tw q- 4Nt tJi vl iVtf lfcarrIesTompkinsvilleKy Sept16 The total vote for Powers in t Monroe county is 1353 for Edwards 287 rS 7 jvlamestcw5rnv Ky Sept 16 Russell county complete gives v J Powers 527 majority over Edr wards iB Columbia Kbrf Sept 16 The vote of Adair county V Pow jars 1273 Edwards 345 Albany Ky Sept 167P6wj ers majority in Clinton county r is 577 The above dispatches are from twelve of the nineteen counties composing the district Sixteen fthe nineteen gave majorities for Powers The three countiesr carried by Mr Edwards are Laurel Pulaski and Bell The official court is not likely to make any material changes int the first reports sent out The full vote of Adair county by precencts is published on our first page t The State Fair was immensely attended last weep and the management announces that it was a great successC Judge Darnel P Edwards offl Louisville has fprmally announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor Mr Taft says the Insurgents are just as good Republicans as the Regulars arid are entitled to the same recognition and will receive the same from him in making f appointments for offi eJr For t efifst time in thirty years Democrats of Maine elected a Governor Monday of last week The Legislature is also Democratic which means a Democratic United States Senator 4 T Complimentary nqtes of the candidacy of Hon Jas Garnett for Attornl general continue to appear in Ken uckv papers show ing that his aspirations are favor ably looked upon by the press throughout the State The local option contest at Lebanon was decided last weekr favor of the drys At the tionh wets won by thir een majority but the County Judge and two magistrates all men decided that the election was illegally called Replying to statements of Re publican members of the Balliii gerPinchot investigating committee Representative James M Graham a Democratic member of the committee declared the playIPThe Independent Democrats of Tennessee have indorsed the can didacy of Capt Hooper the Re publican nominee for tti oyernor It does not look like a reconcile ation will be brought about With the independents supporting Hooper the indications point to a Republican Governor of Tennessee This state of affairs can be charged to the present execu five of the State Ham Patterson jll I Jt6ti Col George Bohon td3ur t chased t1lei ire effete pir Shitkersof l fr oc ntyj Wb aaa ileders o srirl w iio A h f 3fL1 renaming fourteeaJ o r fmn u i Have just received our Fall Stock i tof Ladies and Misses Mantailored r Suits and Coats All the New Clothsjn Newest CutsriFirl RUSSELL 6cCO members of the society during remainder of their lives Their ages range from 70 years up There areHf 800 acres of the finest of land and it is valuedat 150000 It looks now like the Democrats have anexcellentchance to win the Presidency in 1912 The Republicans are torn to pieces throughout the country and the likelihood of them getting together does not look favor able at this time Taft has his enemies Roosevelt his admirers and if these two statesmen fail to agree upon party measures the G 0 Bwill get left It seems that there will never be any let up in the doings of night riders Last Wednesday night they destroyed two tbbac co barns in Brucken county one belonging to W 0 Bradford the other owned by Geo W Kinney The riders were masked and also their horses They used coal oilC in destroying the buildings forc ing a merchant to get out of bed and furnish it The men who owned the barns are strong pool ers Baker ton i I will try to give you a few items as there hasnt been any thing in the paper for a long timefrom here There is not much news now it is like the money crop not a very large one Laws nsBottomishav J ng the biggest meeting that it has ever had There have been nintyfive professed faith in Christ up to this writing VF Parrish who has teen working with the Empire Bridge Co at Glasgow is at home f6r1 a few days- James Cole was here a few days ago Jim is still looking after the interest of Adair fNewsfri Nearly everybody and his wife goes to meeting this week GrM i ilfonwent to Burkes ville to day after his little son Alex We have a 15 or 16 foot rise in the river lotsof boats but bush Hess unusally dull There is a protracted meeting going QIlat Burksyille with about 2Q professions todaterr- W F Lloyd of Becks Store has b fen vfeiliiiliis dauhtMrst S ftfurin art this tMtkft JWf 1t thi j i y 1fJ L t 4Jo 1t6 the last two nights which will L give people very4bad oldsr On last Wednesday Mr J Ts Patterson one of our etr citizens and MI rr Bajone ofJiu i oiiu t igintheMay their JoYS be many is the L wish of many friends r foriFloridawhee next year Mrs Kate Williams and son f Huber are visiting in Glasgow Ithis week Knifley An excess of rain in this part of the county is causing Irish potatoes and beans to rot and corn to sprout in the shuck fIhighwaters caused a lot of damage to corn as it reacheg the ear II in the low lands Mr J J Humphress sold his farm last week to a Mr Lovett for 1000 Mrs Art Lanehart arrived last I week from Fancy Prairia 111 She is stopping at Mrs Phillip Knifleys On account of some misunder standing the spoke mill was closed for a few days last week If the actions of Gov Willspn and Pres W H Taft does not convince the most conservative Republicans that they are on the wrong side or have made a great mistake there is no hope for them I While in conversation with Mrf Gabe Webb of Casey Creek a few days ago he said that a con siderable amount of corn in his section was drowned out and that tobacco was badly damaged Mr D J Bowen is doing a good business with his wheat mill He grinds wheat 2 and 3 days in a week Friday being his grind day for wheat The high waters the past week washed J R Beards well away againMr and Mrs E V Humphress visited Mr Delaney Robertson lope day last week of A Hovious children were quite sick a few days last week Sorghum making is the order of the day in this section Mr A Hovious was in the Louisville market several days t last week Mr Gus Dunbar spent several days at the State fair fast week Mr John Jeffries of Ozark visited several days in this sec tion lasfweek Mr Luther Dunbar who has been sick so long is improving slowly It seems like the pike from here to Wilsons Creek is on a stand Gentlemen winter will he here soon when it will take 2 dollars to take the place of one now while the weather is good One good thing about a safety Razotfa woman cant trim her corns with it Mr Virgil KnifleY ileai children visited the Tatters father J D Abslier a few days of last week fira Henrietta Hancock visit JedHumphreaa seyealAdaY oQlast- r iYWJif tbthr tjtlJ1oiI1 t9A taIL188lat84k atr h r iiutr Ifs RdJJrJt 1 5G frJo c iJ tt 4J Give us a trial We Guarantee to Plea ei lu5 Table supplied With the Best the Market Affords Meats 35c r r7 TSULENS H0Uc z J r r aB cCI1hM D MILLeN CO Proprs cf titrIj located omRailroadSpne square east of L N Station h 1 r J Lebanon Kentucky Yrrvun IIdU h 1j pERTItlZERP r t711If youAwatit to grow Wheat Grassy fe or0ats the best brands are p T H E ROVES tV cSee it and get what is suited to your land Sold by SC E YOUNGir Placeofibcrslness back of Russell S G V3 Store Some QuestionsFor Your Consideration m K Why go to the City for your GLASSES when you can get E them from us We can do as much for you as the City Opticians for we Guarantee Absolute Satisfaction in every 11 kiiCv from Peddlers when they are here today and somewhere Ielsetomorrow s 7f YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND US HERE IEand then you can reach us with the least possible expense J IE Whenever you think you are needing glasses before going to a E the City or waiting for the Peddles drop by and see what m Ewecan do for you Jt will cost you nothing We Charge n evi wOnlYR L HILL Jeweler and Optometrist Campbellsville Kentucky kviiC Phone No 2 D V v V itV V 71 7K7K 11 11 1lS7K 1f I7K 11 i 11 Misses Lizzie Hancock returned home from her uncle Henry Henson one day last week Ruoy i Cutting tobacco is the order but dayMrs E Sragg of Cave City and Mrs E K Bragg Sparksj ville were visiting the familyof R G Wilson one night of this weekVX W Scott of Ruby and Rob ert RyseofRugbY attended childrens day at Society Hill last SundayV Mr Muncie Cobmer Breeding was the guest of BL Harvey Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Harvey and- familydaughter visited the pf W J Bean Sunday Mr aIidMrsJ N fiiinp ey BoseSunvisited day v Mr arid Mrs Wheeler and 41 1ittlts n of Sp arksville were visiting at RUQ Wilsons Sunday A rv t Muricie Goomer was the guest pf Hades Harvey Sunday night Mrs x W Scott and little dxnliferfRuthf were the guciSit fJI W J RetlOt y jt- j I Y4yM bil 1 dQ titiN at- = lastt e Dirigo i l4Mrs Waller Hurt and her brother Ray McClister Gadber ry were at J W McClisters at place last Saturday and Sunday Our town was full of drummers week They came three and in a bunch Alice the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Finis Stotts has been very sick for the past few daysSikes Wheeler and family Sparksville were t at Matthew- Wootnfs t last Saturday Notwithstanding the inclement weather the spelling at Indepen d dance last Thursday night t was a success Ten Schools erie IWhileball between the Chestnut Grovf and Sparl svilIe teams Jat Breed ir Cambp J bell was accidentally struck with a ball and as a result 7rnow j 1 wearsa very black Bye l Miss Mary Cooley ootxinVof Sparksvilie is visiting her grand ph1r and Hrs M fitWoot- en of this place this week i j J Jl Campbell afeld aiQ ttoj nji1dtiW Git pbell d l to- l JMriDHOi f y J Vjf v f ic ttJ r t T t t t4 I IAt r I j r riiTilE ADAm COUNTY NEWS 5 =r PERSONAL f1 e wwI Mr w A Coffey Isiii WiHiamsburg this week i Miss iam13ke1iasre6ned from MonticelloI StMr It 0 N ea Eunice was here a few day agQ Ernest Harris returned from Louis YUle Saturday j iTudgeIvile last week fF Mr Geo Stevenson was here from a i Mpntpelier Monday ft1 Mr W E Bradshaw was aflfcHe State Fair last weeki Mr Ray Cohoytir was in Louisville a f day or two of last week Mr Allen Walker and wife attended the big Fair last weekt Mr Hugh Nbe and family have re I turned from Springfield Mr Robt Todd will return toCentral University Danville today Mr E E Cheatham Batert n was here the first of the week r If Mr J A Thompson andwife are at tending the IIoFseCave Fair f Messrs E 0 White and Leslie Johnson Went to the StatJFairt Messrs S H Mitchell and JW Hurt went down to the big Fair Mrs L B Hurt is visiting her moth er at Lebanon who is quite sick Messrs Joel and Aquilla Darnell re turned from Louisville last Wednesday Messrs Wood Buchanan and W Sr Griffin were here Monday from Hatchj ere iMiss Elmer Page started on her homeward journey to Texas this jtncirn ingi Miss Mollie Caldweli returried from a two wteksjvisit to Portland last Sun dayMr D H Jones Knoxville Tenn v site41isld Columbia friends last week 1 MissMabel Atkins was with her mother in Louisville a few days oflast week Messrs JHBarger and W C Gri der Esto were at the opening of circuit courtiMrr Lepn Baldauf soninlaw of Mr Sam ITewis rjeaqhed Columbia last Sat urday riv V Mr A A Hudaieston States At tjjtriey arrived about the noon hour Monday Mrs W K Azbill left yesterday for Cookville Tenn where Mr Azbill is located Drs A A Hatfreld and Elam Harris Russell Springs were here the first of the week Rev Mont M Murrell returned to Vanderbilt University Nashville the first of the week r Miss0 M Reed who teachelf New Windsor Md left for that point last Friday morning Mr IC Winfrey of Becks Store father of Mr L C Winfrey this place is visiting hi Columbia Mr Ray Montgomery is in Lexington a student in thejaw department of the State University John A Harris who has been visit ingielatives in Jonesville Vawill reach home this week Mr W L Grady Gradyville went down to the big show and took a peep at the inanyfinborsesS IIrMr Robert Reed spent several days of last week iIi the Louisville market He also attended the State Fair Mr N B Faulkenburg and Mr Elmer Wheat Jamestown were here Saturday en route f9r Williamsburg Mr O a Perryman who hasbeen living in Prairie City for ten years is back in Adair county on a visiteV Mes lli E Gowdy H nry Parrott Henry Collins and J C Durham all of Campbellsville were here last Thursday Mr Asa Simpson of Jamestown who has been in Texas a year or two reach ved here Saturday afternoon n route home Miss Lizzie nears and Maud Thomas Gprbin who have been visit ink relatives in the Milltown locality returned home last Monday- t Miss Sallie Conover and her two nieces Misses Ethel and Annie Con 6ver will leave for Texas in the morn ng the two latter to teach rKissKaryB F ese who has been figiting her brother Elzy and family n LpuisTiffe for several months re turned home last Saturday night Mri Sari C t Selby a native of Ri eU oounty brUt who ham binabireht rthirtl ywurs la at the Columbia otel dii ellkg Texas lands i IWi I Knbt sad WiAeJa WO i ttt Lus1A1a- ySS t T 1 I ttcwho iia in thaLindseyWirson e dt1ieStateFair last week Messrs ST IL and Geo If Stults were in Campbeilsville last Tuesday to attend the funeral of their sisterin iaw MrSf Fahhie Sthlts wife of Mr J S Stults Mr H B Ingram who tsrvisituig with his wife in Oklahoma has been quite sick but has very J11ch improvedI They will probi lylx n h me y j first of October r Blair Oklai lcigoWestern home- Mr Owen Miller and Mr Otlio Miller 1 df Texas who vIsited their relatives and old friends in Ad irtheir native county returned to their respective homes last week Mr A W Glasgow who has been visiting old schoOlmate in Columbia left a few days ago to reenter Valpa raiso College Ind t He will finish this year and has decided upon teaching for his life work Additional Locals WANT A FARM OR A Home in Town See G P Smythe The Real Estate Man More than 60 good farms for sale in Adair County from the best to the cheapest Located in all parts of the County No trouble about pleasing you Almost everything listed that is for sale Dont buy till you see my list Homes in Columbia and the villages of Adair county More than 30 homes for sale in Columbia the town of beau tiful homes located on almost every street and avenue Some very elegant ones Some bargains Prices ranging from 200 to 6000 Call and see my list If you have property for sale list it It costs nothing to list i come in touch with all the buyers I am assisted by hustling business men located indIffer- ent parts bf the j We can sell your property for youif you wish to buy or sell dont worry but see G P Smythe office in Garnett Building Columbia Ky 40tf Notice j Read C E Youngs ad in another column He talks fertilizer 43lra Avery large vote was polled in the Republican primary throughout the district The vote of Adair county being 1618 There are about 1800 votes in the county v J d Dont wait too Iongtobuy your fer tilizefir I hfcve what ytli need at the right prices 43lm C E Young ri I Born to the wife of Robert Copley September 13th a son 11 have an extra goodibuggyaiors for sale Also a mice lot of household and kitchen furniture Fredilyers 1tf Columbia Ky I have some good seed wheat Which I will sell at 125 per bushel k J Li Tupman 43lm CaneValley Ky lOUISVILLE MARKET j Latest Quotations on Live Stock 2tL dATTLES Shipping steer 552 600 Beef steers Jv 335525 Fat heifers and coys 30046u Cutters 200300 Canhersl1 1 0020 Bulls iHi 250400 Feeders A 375475 Stockers i 30p475 Choice milch cojvs35004500Co- mmon to fair cows 15003000 H5OS Choice 165 to 200 i tQ 5 Mediums 130 to 165 n65 pigs J Roughs tt 865- SHEEP ANfALAMBS nest 1ambs 7SOB Culls 3OO175- Fatsheep 35o35- GRAIN Wheat 125- th too l Local Market Eift The following is th Local Market given by Si H Grinstead Co today EggSVv 20 vyVHens W 00 Chickens 9 Cocks lii 3 Turkeys vi 8 rr 6tp Ducks Geese fWool ckwvgreaae 20 tQ23 Wool wished y 28t 8- Caidgra i Jtof I drY 14to16 Fetben- r i1G tM ft2t0III O0 Jit r 4 J t Pt bt wH 0 ir Lrj W T Mit hell and Corneiiils Stephens JfEI were here orii business Thursdays V i f M Sm cl rliffi w1if mil oldest citizens 1 otJFonthili wed sutiairy jBm Iv Born to wife Qf W L Dun on the 9th inst a daughter Mrs W G Bolhi is reported n a dangerous condition at this writing jx DrJ Mv Blair ofEh was her Fridai GR Stephens boughta good orsTof FM Wooldridge Thursday for 8- 5JC McQueary has moved from Caney Fork toJ A Ber nards1 place near here Several from this place attend ed the burial of Mr Sam Chrism atFaltViewdhurch Mori day afternoon Willard the ten year old daughter of Mr Snode Kennett died of diptheria last Tuesday Eld B F Phelps of Esto pr ached the funeral of R C Simmons at Christian Chapel Monday afternoon t Joppa i r v- Sorghum making is tlie order of the day vMr and MrsF P Barger I were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs Theo Powell last Sun day Miss Bershba Holladay of Kansas is visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity r Mr John Brockman and sister Miss Tina returned home from the Mammoth Cave last Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank Sanders were the guests of Mrs Will Kirtley last Sunday Mr Rollin Willis attended the State Fair w Miss Carry Willin is4 on the sick list this week j Mr Charlie Young of Roley was visiting his parents at this place last Sunday t The farmers of this section are very busy cutting corn and pre paring for their wheat crops WW Brockman soldto John Holladay three steers at 405 pervhuridred All the Newt Lasts in Eclipse Slies1 for men also theK i Line of 7 Fine shoes for Ladies RUSSELL CO l Glensfork Messrs Robt Wilborn and f Jldd Lee Gridef have bought a saw and grist mill and are erecting it at this jplace Two new neighborhood telephone lines have been built to this place this summer The first connects this place with Fairplay and Breeding Hiecently a line has beeii completed cpnnecting this place with lines traversing Crocus and Htroi wkjarks Dr Wawo wsribusly hurt itfiMlmg fr6nikiir bir1of feW wk 4 L recovd r Ifj t r You are invited to examine our Fall Stocks of Mens Boys and Childrens Suits and Over CoatsojfhLargth- nd Handsomest stock ever shown in Columbia RUSSELL CO J H Kelsay and wife who have been in Mississippi for several weeks returned home a few days days ago Mr Doprior Grant and daughter of Oklahoma who have been visiting relatives in this vicinity for some time returned home last week There was universal rejoicing herewhen it was learned that Jim Garnett had announced for Attorney General This part ofI the county roll him up a big F A Strange and wife of Rugiyicvisited relatives here last Sunday t j Ovvensby nmunityis The order of the day is eat drink and sleep The farmers are busy engaged in tneir fodder fields as the old adage is make hay while the sun shines so thefarmers must save their fodder when it gets ripe Mr and Mrs Leslie of Indianapolis Indi who have been visiting friends in thispart Have returned Bro Pangborn occupied the pulpit at Bethel Sunday his last time before ConferenceI Mrs JH Barger Mrs Dirl Hudson and Mr A E Wolford are numbered with the sick Mrs Belle Lawless is in Indi ana vIsiting at present Mr Adis Haynes our very efficient photographer is doing a good business v Stave making is being earned onVery extensively in thspart at present Born to the wife of Rev Edward Aaron on the 12tba son C C Holt now has his resi dnce connected with the outside world by telephone 3apsDunbarpurehaied about two acres of land from Stant Ke n for 30 It seems that quiltings are the go now days as the women of the neighborhood assemble toJ fgether quite ofteri fotthlpitr tr poser irs Elihu and Mrs Bill C jlins gave to quiItngszecent lowds were preterite and they got their quiltfc opt aiHli i had ieneralgpod time Xi J SIy ana Mth rceaitly visited 1rL di lfF j fl t jtJi t JJ rI Wheat I ahtlld b11JIIOS6 h J Jl 1qe U M pv a We have both the Enterprise and Superi = Ior in Six or Eight Disc or Hoe ready for yottto hitch to on short notice Ir 45c1Th t 3CJE t ikJfJ I g Fertilizers That Contain the most PLANT food for d i the least money is yhat every farmer wants Give us an accurate description of your land and we can furnish the grade to suit II t The Jeffries Hardware Store 1I i fj la rFOR THE LANDS SAKE Uuse Bowker Fertilizer I have been selling the Old Bowker Brands for the past six years and my trade has increased from year to year and this is ev idence to me that the Bowker Fertilizer is the best made for this section I have sold these goods to leading farmers allover theiCounty who have thoroughly tried and tested them and will tell t- Bowker Fertilizers are the best money can buy You may Ibuy goods for less money but remember that cheap Fertilizers are ReniemItra per I will be at my old stand in due time for Fall Trade with a full supply of Bowker goods Call and see me and get prices I will also sell Homestead SOLOMON McKINLEY 0f J Columbia Kentucky L cf t FRANK CORCORAN iHigfcGrade 4 Marble Granite Cemetery work See US before Sofal1 kindyou buy IF Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and 4adjoiningcounties 4 Main Street Lebanon Ky 4 44444444 4 Lapsley the former sister and the latters daughter WhiqhJJhas at several county Fairs sanctifiedlpreacberjheld Jamestown recently He had pretty good crowds but do not think any joined f At the meeting thechurchrecalledRey1 S P Stapp to preach for them We are glad to have Bro Samie 1 among us as he is a good preacher arid agood jBoy J Miss bellSiIl1s whohaseenJ quite the t three weeks is very much unproved and get ing along nicely at present The Baptist Association at Mt Verjnon tire ftb tnd 8th wasal decided suxseeii There wts a- Ila1E crowd iflattendice and al1 J1 i roGr repa j= 4 SQtwoiM w- t IJ I drop of Owen county and Rev J L Adkins of Liberty with us as they are both able speakers a IMacomb III Editor News i As I never seea letter fromf 1wiof this fine farming country IThe formers raised from 30 tqeIbushelSfoJoatsfarming but it is not a place for Adair county boys ta p work when he thinks as much viIldoi K do for a Kentuckian We have been having los rf j rain for the past week bu tit is cooler now The thermpmeter registered 35 in the shdreceritly 4f rfyeabginliaki1 gbyith ihtfddt jt h CfoMr and when utliS f j 1 VItlwill s1o tiDl rt ejt 1CQltia IrN f jSisChadpL rf y 1 1 lti rS Ji7 i d t i siiiiw j t J i Cni qqi X 6x THE ADMK COUNTY NEWS Mulch in little A Central Argentine Railway Company will soon electrify their IRetiroiBallester and Ketirp Tigre suburhon services- Manufacturers of brass beds have been trying to sell them in Nicaragua despite the fact that bedsteads are not generally used there Most of the people sleep on folding canvas cots Owing to scarcity of laborers I the Canadian Government ha decided to admit from all coun tries except Asia railway con struction laborers who are guaranteed employment by con tractors Government Bonds in Chili rare soon to be put on the local market to the amount of 12 600000 for reconstructing the town of Valdivia and for the prosecution of work on the Arica La Paz railroad Wages throughout the cities of Asia Minor are low Carpenters get from thirtytwo to fifty six cents a day bricklayers get t from forty to fortyeight cents and common laborers from four to twelve cents Doctors charge forty cents for pulling a tooth The tanning industries in Va lidia and vicinity are closed which is materially affecting business in Southern Chili The shutting down is attributed to the recently enacted tariff laws of Germany where the greater part of the products of the tan very went The Canal Zone makes a com munity of about 7000 Americans men women and children 4500 men on canal work 925 on the Panama railroad 1500 wo men and 1500 children divided among the handful of little villages each of which has its in dividual social and sport activi ties During the first thirty years of the Nineteenth century Prance recorded more than thirty births for each 1000 inhabitants After the FrancoPrussian War 1870 71 the birth rate began declin 4 ing between the years 1876 and 1900 ranging from twentysix to twentytwo in 1000 During 1900 it sunk to twentyone and more recent statistics show that thee has fallen to twenty When the irrigating scheme now under discussion becomes a reality several reservoirs will be built at different levels using the water of the Gaudalquivir river for the purpose The falls Between the reservoirs will be oftelectricity for light and power purposes making it possible for this section of Maine to become a great manufacturing center 1 v Happy Farmer Boy t jt vJ Id like to Ibe a boy again without a woe or care with freckles scattered onmr face and hayseed immy hair Id like tp rise at 4 oclock and do a hundred chores saw the wood and feed the hogs and Vlock the stable doors and herd the hens and watch the bees and take the mule to drink and teach the turkeys how to swim so jthafc they wouldnt sink and milkabout ahundred cows and bring the wood to burnj arid stand out in the sun all day and s ndIjwiirmy brothers castoff clothes awalk four miles to school a aiiMi Pt a licking syery da- i1iQt SAfrrr iS li1ta ti 1 v r J breaking some old rule and then get home again at night arid do the chores some more and milk the cows and feed the hogs and curry mules galore and then crawl wearily up stairs to seek my little bed and hear dad say That worthless boy he isnt worth his bread Id like to be a boy again he has so much funHis life is just around of mirth from rise to set of sun I guess theres nothing blsdoors and herding hens and chasing bees and doing the eve ning chores ff Commercial Travelers Magazine A Daughters Part at omeI One of the sweetest things a girl can do is to receive friends graciously particularly at home In ones own house a cordial manner is peculiarly fitting Do not stand off in the middle of the room and bow coldly and form ally to the friend who has called Walk over to meet her give herI your hand and say pleasantly that you are very glad to see her again A daughters part is to assist her mother on every social occasion Apart from and more important even than her manner to a quest who drops in for an hour or a day is the manner of a daughter to her father and mother The father returns to his home after a wearying day at business He is tired in body and mind says Womans Life Coming back as his latchkey turns in the home door he thows off care j he is joyous at the thought of the dear ones he will meet after hours of absence His young daughter in a pretty gown with the bloom and fresh ness only girlhood wears should be ready to give him the atten tion he lovesthe kiss the cheery word to help her mother and the rest in letting her father see how much he is loved at home Men give up a great deal for their familiestheir time their strength the knowledge they have gained in lifes experiences They spend everything freely for their homes sake and thet home should pay its debt hi much outspoken lover The Lash of a Friend would have been about as welcome to A Hooper of Oswego N Y as a mer ciless lungracking cough that all remedies for yearsHIt wasdefiedI troublesome at night he writes ing helped me tiifI used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me completely I never cough at night now Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore lungs lagrippe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping cough or hayfever It relieves quickly and never fails to satisfy A trial convinces 50c 100 Trial bottle free Its positively guar anted by Paull Drug Co A Stork Shower gfmatronarranged for her a stork showerI which was both useful ty Each friend undertook to- contribute t some needful article l lfsUItInge arrangement of the shower was extremelyrettY Four stuffed cranes which pass j muster for storks were secured in a Japanese shop They were represented as flying and were depended from the ceiling toward the four corners of the room Pink andpale blueribbons were awung from one tirds bilLto another diagonally arranged o ahrvarfoui Jijpjffi t iwd h zi f 0 Fourteen Errors 1 To try to measure the enjoyment s of others buur own Toexpect uniformity of opinion in this world To I6ok for judgment and experience in youth v To endeavor to mould all dis = positions alike Not to yield in unimportant trifles oureactions To worry ourselves and others about what cannot be remedied Not to alleviate if vie can all that needsalleyiation Not to make allowances for the weaknesses of others To believe only what our finite minds can grasp impossib form To attempt to set up pour own standard of right and wrong and expect everybody to conform to it To live as if the moment the time the day were so important that it would live forever To estimate people by some outside quality for it is that within which makes the man London Evening Standard Kentucky News Lexingtons water supply has been pronounced as contaminated by the Kentucky Experiment Station The New 25000 graded school building at Midway was dedicat ed with Masonic ceremonies con ducted by Grand Master J H CowlessJ Sullinger was nominated by the Republicans for County Judge of Crittenden county to fill out an unexpired term The Rev McD Moore aged seventy years a prominent edu cator of Southern Kentucky died near Tompkinsville Isaac Bowling was attacked with cramps while swimming near Junction City and drowned The statue of Henry Clay in the public library of Paducah will be unveiled on October 20 The trial of Thomas Hopwood EIIIjThe jail at Henderson has been by the grand jury as unsafe for holding criminals igladeRuby Parker who was terr blyhurt in a Paducah box fac 120fOOO rm rj was a and his leg broken iii two places Circuit Judge Stout is his charge to the grand jury of anIin ed attempt to lynch a negro DnlBreak Down thevitalorgansiket You cant over tax stomach liver kid neys bowels or nerves without serious danger to youself If you are weak or rundown j or under strain of any kind take Flectrie Bitters the matchtew topic medicine Mrs E Van de Sand bilKrklwxi Ill writes That I did eot breakdoan Juuillg a moat seYftre strainy for ntine month is due wholl o trio gtttL Use Lien and eflJoy ladthaadtji l Y 1A tTfT g r1u to H H I ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR t If so we camf urnish anything you may need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof = 1 f ing Sash Doors and Blinds s1 of every description Our stock of SidingS U Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould y f ing is manufactured from Dry Lumberr i We can furnish any material needed in t our line and keep the largest and best assorted stock of Finishing Material of j any firm in this section of the State tPhone 44 i SANDTJSIEIY COMPANY f 4 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 4 r WWwW W WW WV W W W W Do it Now If you are one of those people who keep putting off doing little tasks about the house until they are piled up mountain high try the following plan Get notebook and write down in ita list of all the various things you have been meaning to do but never have time to such as sending off a recipe toe a r friend returning the song y U1 borrowed or mending the hole in the curtains When the list is completed set aside the first afternoon or evening you can possibly share and work off as many as you can As soon as you have finished one score it off with a pencil and you will be surprised to find what pleasant sensation it is to see the list smallergrowing Very likely you will clear the things off so quickly that you will be looking round for other things to do Of course some people have taught themselves to do things just the moment they are noticed or as soon after as they can posse bly manage it and don teed reminders but the notebook will help those who have not acquired the do it now habit New Cure For Suicides Up in Berwick Pa a young man who was down in themouth inquired of another young man Albert Miricle the nearest way to the rivet Mr Miricle pointed out the way The downin themouth individual said he was obliged to his informant He wanted to die and the river off ered opportunities Mr Miricle replied that it did for such d n fools as the inquired and advised him to get to it as quick ly as possible resting assured that no one would care how soon he submerged himself in its hos pitable dampness There resulted a fight When the fight was over the despond ent man found that all thoughts of suicide had been drubbed Out of himThe J licking acted as what the physicians Ncall an altera- tive It performed a cure Surely MR Miricle who picked a fight with a forlorn fellowman for the purpose of saving that mans lire is just aS guilty as if he had jumped into the rive and hauled Him out Why not a Carn ie medal in this case1 Y Your roof iriUBol tit 8t1 r JIMtIc 1d fpMIw p c+i Yas a WWWWWWW W U 1i lCu Sri iaG w v V wwSri w Sri V1K 1 I 71 n iC Tmitrv rm- C r 1i j K 71 K II Fifth Avenue Hotel S m iPBELL MGRr W jRefurmshed Redecorated ande irevC lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches andw1 1 1Theaters Iva FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE 7 1v FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND YALF UTS BEETS n Louisville Kentucky 1mC ire f 11 7IC 1 If 11 1 7f I II II v te e e o- o livoK s e co pAN r BLINDS Sash poors Blinds i Mouldings Columns i Porch Material Stair Workrlnterior FinishEtci Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South Send your orders to us for prompt shipment + and good goods 1 We appreciate them I E 1 L1 HUGHES CO tINCORPORATED 211215 E Street- LOUISVILLE 9 e ti e eq o a+ ru S Pres J COCKE Pres DIETZMAN S- ecWTPyneMillSuppjyJo ESTABLISHED 1861 1889 MIhhWtITZ mcJil4isTsDEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIRT eNTHMftIN I OUISlllLLe SMOKESTACKS r Sheet Iron apd Tank WorK a JOBBING VORK SOLIC1TRC 1 Main i KY HARDW INCORPORATED MLIS L All Kinds of Machinery Repaired Or O O O Uovan ing BEFORE YOU BUY f eeo r24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleats and Cap Roofing put on like tin roofw thowt any nabs tedancl 5 better than anytfh roof without any iwS iicr and k bet rlhllanitinJ9 It will lest a life Stime wklottt pemtlnf We carry in stock V Crimp and Cbrruiated Iron 1006 S ft dlt i1ofPapet Roofing S Dehler Brosf l16 test Market between first and Bf6ftk cA LOUISVILLE KY 2 91 t 1cttot J Ir Vth c u 1R HT t d 1 1 Jrtt THE DAIK COUNTY NEWS 4 r pr iI Women Suffer i Carduiforrelieve headache backache sin in the side and diz a Itdoesmorethanrelieveten to say that it cured them r CARD J s7 L It Will Help You sMrs Tampa Fla writes Cardui cured me after doctors and everything else had failed I had been suffering with numb spells ever since I was 16 years old One day I saythatb a long and fair trial Mrs Johnson suffered years Have you Do you wish to But why suffer at all Take Cardui Give it a fair trial AT ALL DRUG STORES L Gentrys Mill The farmers in this neighbor hood are making preparations for a largo wheat crop next year Thesingingat Union Ghapel was largely attended the conductor being Prof Kernst neighborhood Itoattend the iuterstate exposit tion to be held at Jamestown Ky September 17th kTheSunday School at Pleasant church is progressing nice ly since Rev C C Gentry was appointed Superintendent He is agre worker in the Sunday SchoolEvangeline Anderson ofInde pendence Kans has been visit ing her grandfather in this neigh borhoodtIL G Anderson was at Esto one day last week Leach brothers of Sano are seeking their fortune somewhere fot In the solar regIontOur people reported a fine time at the singing at Blairs school house I t was conducted b y q Prof A G Coffey r Mr Ira Brockman has gone westMr A Wilson ofSano i- sgngto Oklahoma in a short time Mr and Mrs Kalb of Illinois have been visiting relatives in this communityt Miss Helen Adamson has sold her farm to Mr John Loy of Webbs X Roads f The blood hounds belonging to J J Helton of Sano are do i ing a capital business for he re ports more calls than he can fill A series of meetings tias just closed at Union Chapel It was conducted by Rev Joe Turner with but little dfcne for the Lord Pyrus LTobacco cutting is the order of the day in our community Mr Henry Moss of Greens burg spent last Saturday night in our community Mr George Keltner attended the reunion at Weed last week tJ L Yire spentiast Sunday night with hismbthr Mrs 1 JH Vlre j Mrfe3 Keltner was in Co urribjiine day last week spentone Say last week on his farmc near here J A yery sad cicums tance took plice in our nfei borli6cd litSaturday night vMii Auier ljridjwiflit r of ijfe Squire Kemp eloped to Tennessee with Jim Redeford who had worked for Mr Kemp for two years Her home folks had never dream ed of such Sunday morning they called for her and on inves tigating found that she had es caped early Saturday night Her father mother brothers and sisters were heart broken Several from our community attended childrens day at Grady yule last Sunday All reported a good time and plenty of dinner on the ground to accommodate the crowd Mrs J HVire and littje grandson Paul Keltner attended meeting at Morris Chapel last SundayMr S Pickett and family spent one day at the Reunion last week Miss Stella Keltner visited friends and relatives at Grady yule several days of last week Miss Ora Moss of Columbia visited our school last Friday We was certainly glad to have Miss Ora with us as she was our teacher for three years in succession Come again Miss OraMr J A Vire spent last Sat urday night and Sunday at Gradyville We have two huckster wagons through our community every week MrObe Parson of Pick ett and Mr Feese of Columbia Mrs Finis Finn is very low with consumption A M James was in our com munitylooking after tobacco last Monday Mr C W Keltner and wife were at the bedside of Mrs Finis Finnlast Sunday Mr R F Keltner and daught ers Misses Aimer Myrtle and Clela attended meeting at Morris Chapel last Sunday Mr Tom Finn of Pickett was at the bedside of Mrs Finis Finn last Sunday Mr John Pickett and wife of Basil attended childrens day at Gradyville last Sunday Mr Allen Keltner of Bliss was visiting his parents Mr and Mrs George Keltnerjr of Keltner last SundayrMrs G D Vancevis onthe sick list v ivY t1 ItrrCharlie Diddle our teachri ir has a larger enrojlment of cb lars this year than has ever t C i bin our school before This i flr Charlie ingd a school tI + S Men as Vain as Women Vanity is about equally dis tributed between the sexes said the beauty doctor who is art expert in the art of subcut ancous hydrocarbon protheses Men are not more vain than women nor women than men though I believe that women get the credit generally for more vanity I could tell you many tales of the operations of men go through with to be made more beautiful thisIold handsomet He is 85 if he is a day and I think there is hardly a part on his countenance that he hasn come here to have some line o his face carved into greater no bility and beauty I have cut open the bags under his eyes and sewed them up again taking ou unnecessary cuticle I have sewed up his double chin and shaped up- the lobes of his ears to suit his beautyI not i painful at the moment because I use plenty of cocane but youd think the aftereffect would be too much for such an old gentle man Wouldnt you But itr isnt He isHbound to be beautiful I had another old customer who was a queer guy He wanted his chin made into the shape of Napoleons He brought a little bust of Napoleon with him every time he came for me to carve it by Had me take piece after piece out of his chin to square it I was glad when I got his chin to his liking and he took himself and the bust off Men are fairly steady of nerve when it comes to these delicate operations but they are not in it with the women They seem tp be able to stand any sort of pain better than men A woman came to me not long ago to have her ears sewed back They stood out in a way that was j anything but beautiful I put her in the chair and examined her ears They were in a fright ful condition I found many places that had been stitched again and again some that were not healed yet You have already been operated on I saidINo she hadnt Finally she admitted the truth Her earsI were SP abnormal she was just ashamedof them When she went to party she had her maid sew them back to her head with a common needle and thread What dp yoU think of tbatI NP cocaine np anything andI yet she stood it again and again many times from the looks of her ears You should see the list of Newport swells I have operated on who telegraph me to come down allexpenses paid when ever they want a tuck taken in eyelid or a reef in a double chin pr a stitch in an upper eyelid or an eyebrow carved into moree graceful lines than those fol lowed by nature The common people must remain as God made them over When youve got money to burn its a quick way to burn itJ Sense bi Danger Dr Wtldp of Londony holds that epple should develop x Sixth esai to inform them oj JJthe ap f of treelfcadia der in ther Hearn f I said While in a crowd I seldom look at faces My intuition is blindfaculty darkness one becomes aware of the proximity of bulky objects y hesfitate to obey it a cpllispn is the inevitable consequence What pilots one quickly and safely thrpugh a thick press is not conscious observation at all but Sun reasoning intuitive preception Do You Care Say do you care for that sort of thing asked the man quick ly Ive been more pr less of a brute todaybut I havent deadlyfnever hernot more than twp weeks I always did think you were dif yourteyes we have an oldfashioned romance all our oVn The girl turned toward the sun that had just rounded the grassy knoll and was full upon them How like a benediction she said If we only could We can said the man triumphantly LeJs get over in the shade I knew I should have brought sisters parasol she said fretfully as he helped her to her feet I do need a new one What kind do you want dear he asked eagerly Really How nice I love lav ender answered the girl smil ing softly Any herdowner will tell you that his cows give more milk with a herdsman who loves animals and is interested in his work dU1I cause the milkgiving mechan workst ing upon the wellbeing of the whole animal physical and men al and the cow to do her bestI should be kept contented in mind as well as comfortable in body x A Shipping Error The young Duchess of Westminster wife of the richest peer in England recently gave birth to her third childa daughter Thus there is no heir to the immense Grosvenor fortune Earl Grosvenor the duchess second child havinggdied the age of fourApropos of all this a rather cruel story is being told in New port about Lady Ursula Grosven or the eighty arold daughter- of the ypungduchess A friend the story gOeS call ed at Eaton Hall and as she sat in thee drawing room little Lady Ursula entered Oh good afternoon sheJ said gravely Mamma cant see any one today Shes up stairs with thejriew baby They sent her you know a girl when shed prdered a boy and shes so upset that shes quite ill It is encouraging to note the large interest manifested over most pf the country in the trotting track this season It amounts tp a genuine revival pf ihtereit sp far as can be seen at this time The racer at the big fairs arejust eginni1gaIldt is bjJ3ieVed that ai teeable weather Will fill the grandstands to OV81 4O ring The imminent dx er lifiiich nearly Wrecocdg MMMn iiited add Much zest to the rn the L = tt1EH i C9 ISK i I WEEKLY i OOURIERJOURNf J- HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a N Giona1 Newspaper Democratic inrO politics It prints all the news witKout fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you an get the WEEKLY t I OOURIERJOURNAL if AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BOTH ONE Y- EARor15O I I I Ipapelnot fIcan gIve you a cut I thisAaPerI 1teon Daily or Sunday if will write 5SXsXS x SXbSXSX5i oJcI J I Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky 1 C IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker v Birdsell jlilburnK= =WagonsAcar load- jpfilOliver Chilled Plow A car load ofrDisc Harrows r A car load of Cultivators Corn Planters and11 OneHorse Corn Drills r r Will have the greatest and finest tiispljay v of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country readyJ for r Spring trader V LIME SALT AND CEMENT ASPEGIAL LINE I j Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the LR RR WoodsOnHLewisThe Merchant Qreensbur Ky i Mail orders promply attended to 1 JfitAdi Gountllms and CourIeJournaLy c Both Oie Year for I54a 1si I v j x i cyi t ri r t r 4 i I j THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i it vi h Grad v111e il tlIf i1 i f The flgat erkas been a g cool 1o the past few days Several from this place at r if tendect the Russell Creek Baptist Association last Friday and Saturday f rtMessrs WL Fletcher C 0 andJPHKeltner and JH Moore were in Columbia last Friday rp W L Grady spent last week in Louisville attending the Fair The pie supper at the school- houseIt in our city last Saturday inghtwas very well attended and a nice time prevailed Quite a number ofour citizens are attending circuit court at Co I lumbia this weekjMr John Campbell the popular grocery drummer was in our midst last Friday The protracted services corn menced at Union last Friday night The prospects are good for a great revival Mr N R Smith one of our confinedrtohis room for several days with fever t Brack Cain fi pands Mr James KI Piles of Casey county spent a few days in this section lastt week looking for cattte f Mrs M D May and daughter of Hatcher Ky spent a few dayslast week visiting the fall ily of Mr A T + Shirrell of this community Mr James ReatherfOrd and Miss Ada Kemp eloped to the good old State of Tennessee last Saturday night where they were united in ttieholy bonds of wedlock v The primary election is any event of the past The day was beautiful and a large vote was polled here and it went about as we expected all our way The day passed off quietly with the exception of a little disturbance- or two of matters ipertaining to thejelectionv r Mr John W Keltner one of our best citizensi has been on daysff3p 4I s Absher j rc Miss Annie Robertson was atV Goburg last week r Messrs J N White and 0 P Dillingham were guests of W ttvW Dillingham Saturday night Mrs Mary A Brockman visit ed at G C Russells Friday night Mr and Mrs Ben Thomas were guests of John Arnold and family last Sunday Messrs Bun Rice and Howard 4Russell attended the State Fair TuesdaywlMessrs Matthew and Ingram Robertson were at the Griffin Spring last Sunday Mr and Mrs W A Hum = phress visited at Mr W P Dil Imghams last Sunday f f i Mr and Mrs Garland Weath 7 erford have returned home from Illinois They will make this iI their future home lj t v- Mr Henry Cooley who has i 1 l Hen in Qregotlforseveral4 rf months returned last Thursday f fnigh r A 0Y The moon light party at Mr j j H WV Cundiff s was l liyat IiJ tended tI from neighborhood and i1 all report a nice time idt fl li Mr and Mrs jfnry CooleS l l t 2 ianaJIJI Roae LDhlingh m at 1It7 ft i j t mindJ the FlrJaJabeetcff 1 i Y r C x Pf j f LJ Mr Otis Moore visited his cousins Masses Emma and Clara Robertson Thursday night itf Mrs Rebecca Spears was visit= Ti ing her son Mr J H Morris last Friday nighto Born to the wife 0fR A Cooley Sept 13 a son Mr M D Jones made a flying trip to this neighborhood last Tuesday morning Mr Allen HustOnsville was stopping at G C Russells a few nights last week Mr W H Abshermade a special trip to Oampbellsville last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Nick Thomas and family visited Mr and Mrs C T Walling of Campbellsville from Friday until Sunday Mr Delaney Robertson visited Jericho one day last week Mrs Mary Morris wasthe guest of Mrs Sallie Curry a few nights ago Miss M ry Barnett visited her cousin Miss Laura Holmes last Saturday night and Sunday a As news is scarce will ring oft Pickett cti IrCutting tobacco is the order o- ftliedam i this section W C Rodgers and W H Kemp were in Columbia one day last weekv 11 W GPickett and G W Dud Vr f f f ley attended the State Fair last- week r Ward Kemp and wife of Carroll county Mo are visiting relatives daysrSam Rodgers and wife of Illi nois are out hereon a visit for awhile The singing at Pickett chapel was very well attended last Sunday conducted by Prof T B Finn a Mrs Phillip Pickett and child ren left for Missouri a few days ago to see Mrs Picketts father and mother who have been Missouri 1 for some time They wi lreturns ne time about XmasMr tLiss Whitlock of Bliss was here one day last week Mr Millard Workman the poo i housekeeper of Green county whgo hurt by hauling straw some time ago died and wa hurried at the Coffey grave yard last Sunday Tom Kemp and Mrs Lizzy Rodgers were married last Wednesday x Bro John Waller Bagby officiatedMrs Finn of nearGrady vine is in very poor health September 10 1910 beingMrs Fronce Burgess fiftyfirst birth day a n d her husbndchildre and friends gave her a an upto date dinner that was enjoyed fine by everyone present Ther- were 55 there and they had a swell dinner There were eight cakes and six chickens but the finest of all they had four ganon- of ice cream and so many othe- things too numerous to mention everybodythings until they were satisfied so I can be safe in saying it was the nicest dinner that I was ever at and everybody seemed to en- JOy themselves FOXES WANTED j Rod and GriyiFoxeig It4i tuirreis ii b 1111 t f iiaipr f Mid iaiMof our etpresa oard Iflwttr t iT1iQIk t r i a f p rf hIipt = Hatcherj I Hl Bothji9f the high9SCQ061saji CnablIsville made ail unusual lyagopdf opening and the pros pects are very flattering for the best school in the history of the institutions The principals and assistants are fully competent to meet the growing demands and all of this section is going to give h artysupport There is an exceptionally good corn crop in Taylor county There will be a large wheat crop sowed as the sale of fertilizer J indicates T1e tobacco crop is good and is being housed in a splendid condition There will not be one fat hog to butcher J to the family The people will have to become vege tenarians in order to make up for the shortage in the meat product Quite a lot of mules and horses have been sold lately The prices are about the average and the farmers will be very well equipped to meet the exigencies of hard winter if such may come Collections are not as good as they werelast season but everyone seems to place confidence in meeting obligations There has been quite a number artiesIthIS of Elkhorn They were married t Wednesday at the Willard Hotel Louisville Mr Sam JB Coppock Amoit Kansas and Miss Frances Griffin of this place The wedding is the culmination of a courtship of several yearsJ Both are highly respected Mr Truyman Campbell and Miss Sallie Rodgers Mr Syl vester Rucker and Miss Carrie Miller of this neighborhood at tended the State Fair and went over into Jeffersonville and were married They have returned and are domiciled in their repect rlllwere m Jeffersonville There are a few of us enjoying single blessedness and may have become superannuated experiencingra healthy growth There has been more building done this recordsIf the town council will look to establishing water works the material growth of the town will be more noticeable Mrs Matilda Coleman who is one of the most respected old ladies of this place has been in a criticle condition on account of heart affliction Rev A G Link recently of Strasburg Va has moved to Campbellsville to take charge of the church at that place and at sermonsepleased both congregations and the spiritual life of leach church will be greatly benefitted I Associationofr meet at Meado Creek the sec ond Saturday in Occober An extensive program has been ar ranged and it is prediated that anew impetus will be given to the cause of i1t1c tiQIionac count of it Circuit court was dismissed a tfewr4aysftgO bptWill reconvene Monday The docket is ie 80nablyfuUana justice win di8thD Jt 81 1Vltb At ntifl1D U- AtoM nd r w jfJi h t i i I z j I SJL L I 2 rjI C I I t 1 LinlscyWilson Training School 1 Ifo SASale Place to put TOOt Children t IT rIn v 1YI7 NORMAL w fBUSINESS EXPRESSION Illi IrvMUSICI 11 ART V L 11 11 I Fall Term Opens September 5 1 J1f H Do not put off your Education Now is your best time Next year you will be1 older pe gs 7ICa 11 twoJL D terms more Totalexpense one year 11 000 For Catalogue address 3 7i NEILSON MOSS eoliam ia Ky Z r7wV 1 I II V 1I w vw viwviViIfoK11 K mmnr iinirvritninni i 7n H m 0 rv n i 7 Ttbellsville will be ready for opera tion in October Mr Ym Lindx say is proprietor He has bought most of the surpluswheat at 100 per bushel The depot at Campbellsville is being rapidly remodeled and will be modern enough and well equipped to handle the growing traffic The have not been accommodationsI factory to tde arrangements will prove sol newI Mr Junius Mill who has a position with an axhandle facto ry Inez Ky is visiting relatives here IMr W 0 Smith and wife of W Va are spending herefGeorge Frank Taylor and Ray Miller have entered the Wesleyian School at Win chestertTaylor county is better repre sent d than usual at the State jIFairMiss Birdie Blakey is visiting relatives in Louisville Mrs Fannie Wade returned from a visit to her uncle Drj George Turner at Upton a few days ago Mr Leslie Fleece a talented young manof Cville has accepted a position at Princeton University to teach physics Miss Ida Gilpin of Romine and Mr Charlie Stokes of Lyons Kans were married in Louisville Saturday They will make their future home iii Kan sasSMr Jame Pruett and wife Mr James Arvin and wife made a tripVin an automobile and rev turned to Louisville Sunday The trip was made without any ac I 1cidents Miss Robbie Chandler 1twho has been visiting in vyour city has returned home t j t Misses Ethel Manardan d Marion Atkinson have entered college atDanvilie T Mr R L Ftujkner owner of Griffin Springs has had a good- Year r andystitca that ths at tt ndjirict is growing each season Mrs l nieSt1Jl sjv t s stul aill Sh q a Mmq Ge o r h W G bl nttb Q ifnlV r rayt LIGIiTSI i- ipv k 101 7i n 1 V IIIII Kentucky FarmswriteQ i If you are thinking of buying a farm in Central Kentucky Jus for descriptive lists of farms we have to sell We have for and own ourselves a number of bluegrass limestone farms of all saieIWell and very reasonable in prices Fine burley lands on good pikes near good schools and colleges with convenient a railroad facilities We have a few exchanges We can quote you prices of from 3000 to 10000 per acre for limestone lands imII W for occupancy in one of the best communities of the State Look on the map for the location of Marion County If t- interested let us hear from you 4 a The Central Real Estate Co RIfTTtlEGLASGtJW flIR t 28 29 30th and October 1st are the dates for the 53rd annualexhibition of the Glasgow Fair This Fair is offering very large and attractive premiums to ringst20000 on tobacco and 5000 orucorn Sendto the Secretary for a rt and examine these premiums and come and net some of them See the Big balloon ascensions F W A HUGGI S Pres TMOS DICKINSON Secy11 Cave City Ky Glasgow KyJ i interment was at Brookside cemetery Hon Ben Johnson will speak al Campbellsville Monday He is our nominee for Congress His Opponent is D W Gaddie He suffers no uneasines about his election but is placing him self before the people in the in terest of the Governorship With Democracy in the accea dency and the Insurgents split ting the ranks of the Rep bii eansyour scribe is getting con chunksr r ThurlowrY We have beerilhaving plenty Sftv t of rain forthetIastthree weeks Tobacco cutting is the order of the day Some have finished cuttingand there is soine corn V plaint of the early cutting injuring in the There has been four new tobacco barns erected ih this coin- munityi J E Lojr sold some nice hogs to B R Loy andJRufus Burred f for 8r15 hundred- Thurlow sent a delttat ot bout twenty vfcp tov t t L li l lbt ot Cane Va L 1 p t boJWW i x 3- i ItI IV Id STEAM I Jt HEAT ELECTRIC Tnm t k Cv f Kentucky located provedand ready September Catalogues a house Charlie and Frand Clark have the champion tobacco crop of iissectio They have sixteen acres of fine Burley Mr Curd Blakeman and wife and Mr Eddie Henderson are attending the association1 a t Milltown this week Mr Vanhoy wife and chidren of Cane Valley were guests of J P Vanhoy this week A number of our people will attend the Glenview camp meeting next week It begins Fri dayJLG1 and continues to 26 Revs Andrew Johnson and TFJtiait landfill be in charge of the- preachuigmandMrs Maitland willJ be solo tt We are haying a fine Jschopl attthis place under tll manage merit of Mr M L Heiiderson- Rev J Pi Vantio recently held a very successftil caries of meetings at Ladys Chapel with the help of Rev Niles Render son Ky and on Msreturn Bro Niles delivered a splipikdid discourse att Lebanon a ft IrW B HeIm ndl her Mrs Betie Phi11ii ltriLi i iciy JtOtbare the tom fa return btM Fairft a time- a J a