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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r f4 f K 1NtI j lf idrWt 1Ir i ttJlfxm COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1910 NUMBER 47 t IGONE TO HJS REst Ir rC1 Moore Who Lived at His Country Home Near CoIunV bia Passes Away SERVED IN MEXICAN AND CIVIL WAR List Sunday night Dr C D Moore who xvasone of the bestknown men in the Green River section of Kentucky died at his country home near this place Had he lived until the 17th of next April he would have been eighty five years old He was a native of k Greensburg but for many years a citi zen of Adair county He was a very interlectual man and at onetime a very eminent physician and surgeon j When the Mexican war broke out he enlisted in Capt Squires Company and served until peace was declared Returning home he joined a company of Fortyniners went to California on a gold hunting expedition After mining for several years he returned to his native home Greensburg Ky took up the study of medicine subsequently graduating from several different in stitutions He successfully practiced his profession in his home town until the civil war broke out He espoused the cause of the union enlisted as a surgeon in Hobsons regiment and served until hostilities ceased He also made aoplication to raise a company for the SpanishAmerican war It is related by an old soldier that in a hotly contested battle in the South and while Dr Moore was dressing the wounds of disabled soldiers smoking a pipe a pall struck his pipe knocking it from his mouth The doctor remarked that was a very poor marksman andcontinued his surgeory as though nothing had happened He was twice married his first wife being a Miss Spencer a sister of Mes andqwas born of the first union Mr W R Moore of Lampasas Texas wio visit ed hjafther a few week ago His last wife and five or six children also sur VW1m Valleythjmany friends being present t The John B Stetson Hat for sale at Sinclairs fMillinery Opening Mesdames Staples Stults have just returned from St Louis and Louisville where they have purchased a very attractive line of millinery for this mar ketoAll the latest style hats and bon nets fin fact every thing in the milli nery line They have secured the ser vices of Miss Julia Eubank the well known trimmer Their opening will be next Friday and Saturday If you want to see the handsomest display every put on exhibition in Columbia be at our apartments at Russell Gos store on the days mentioned Staples Stults FOR SzEA good work horse good saddler and drives well Bruce Montgomery Hesekiah Harmon amanabout72 years old was convicted in the Adair circuit court some tiraeago for knowing a female under sixteen years old and given ten years in the penitentiary The case was appealed and last week the Court of Appeals sustained the Judgment of the lower couitf While the case was pending Harmon remained in- jail here Be at the LindseyWilson grounds next Saturday afternoon An interest ing game of base ball Russell county against Adair county Admission 15 cents ladies free The acorn mast in the Harmony pre duet is very heavy Mr ItM Hurt Jefj at tjiis ffice last week a number Of chestnut oak acorns many of them as large as pullet eggs stating that the trees in that precinct were hanging full lam located in the little brick in east Corner of the square and am ready toI J repair watches and clocks I guarantee- iDlY work i L E Young S471t Attention Of the voters in the Xnifley precinct and East Columbia precinct is called vto the election notices published in this paper The elections ire the 8th day of November 300pftir of Sample Shoee forgale ata bagainpri at Sinclairi city1abenI j pintea1d1prmCII1 South tem Gritioa Colle Wt PoUlt r fEii4swoEu4yzb I irllLrV l t fy J ftStfi j r DrR D Hovious Dead f A few weeks ago the subject of this notice returned to Knifley this county after having been absent for several years Upon his return he reported that he had been living in Tennessee and that he had returned home to die He was in very poor health when he reached his old neighborhood and gradually grew worse until Saturday night of last week when the end came Hew s about sixtyfour years old and had practiced medicine in many diffrent places His last location before going to Tennessee was Russell Springs He was a manof considerable infor mation and the year before he left Russell county was a Republican caridi date for County Judge and almost won the nomination In his young days he was an ardent Southern sympathizer and when his first son was born he named him J Wilkes Booth x The deceased leaves a number of brothers and several sisters in this county Death at ThurlowT Mattie Guthrie the beloved wife of Rev J P5 Van Hoy died at Thurlow Green county last Friday morning The funeral services and interment were at Cane Valley this county last Satur day The funeral discourse was preach ed by Presiding Elder T L Hulse of this city The deceased was born and reared in Cumberland county and was an excellent Christian woman The many friends of the surviving husband in Adair county tender their profound est sympathy x Eighteen Months John Robert Carter charged with chicken stealing was tried in the Adair circuit courtlast Wednesday The jury rendered a verdict of guilty and fixed his punishment at eighteen months in the penitentiary Remember the big sale of Jersey- cows in this place October 5 Rev D H Howerton who has been pastor of the Baptist Church Burnside has accepted a call from the Church this place and will arrive in time to preach the first Sunday in November People who know Mr HoWerton say that he is an able minister and an ex cellent pastor The nembtrs of the Church here are urged to be present at his first meeting as it will be an im portant one and the general public is invited Mr Howerton has a wife and several children and will reside at the parsonage on Greensburgstreet Thshow will exhibit on Mr Scott Montgomerys lot it can be reached by concrete Dr Sam Botts who was a native of Adair county born and reared in the Flat Woods country died in Glasgow last week He was a brother of Mrs Sallie Walker of this place and was a skilled surgeon and physician He was sixtyeight years old and for a number J of years was a resident of Barrencoun ty He had been in declining health thoustandsialists It is not every year that the people of Adair county have an opportunity to see a big show but the opportunitywill- be afforded on the 4th of October M L Clark Sons great overland shows will exhibit in Columbia giving two performances afternoon and evening Be sure and come in and see the great collection of animals Mesdames Nannie Scalf and L C Hurt have opened a rooming and board ing house Third Street near Chestnut Louisville Rooms are elegantly fur nished and the table supplied with the best the market affords Friends from Columbia and Adair county solicited The No of the house i624 Third Avenue 472 1 A troupe of trained ponies and clowns that are clowns are with M LI Clark Sons shows Will exhibit inl Columbia Tuesday October 4 We renorted last week that Mr Jas T Page purchased Mrs Mollie Hud sons property for 2200 After the perwasjaut we were told that there was no sale that Mr Pages bid was for the owner of tht property Will the person who through misfl I take exchanged umbrella with Willie i1returtutPriscilla W Ddhonev Mr Frank Sinclair andMr GL Wl DUlon will commence theerectioti Of tiitir brick bu in ii house on the square thii week IvBeIt te Pzsthyta cthurotoaie- wnlgbt Wd4iy L t i c S4j 0 Work of Local Ministers Editor New It may be of interest to your readers who are interested in the progress of the cause of Christ if I give you a brief account of my work for the past year The territory over which Itravel comprises nine whole counties and parts of five others contains twentythree circuits and about one hundred and twenty churches It is traversed by both- Green and Cumberland rivers with their numberous tributaries making it exceeding difficult to travel especially during the winter season On account of bad roads and impassable streams Iyearf quarterly meetings pre he njiMirty 250 times and traveled 36OQilesThis is about an average years work The preachers in the district have been faithful and the minutes will show that this has been one of the most sue cessful years in our history With a few exceptions the financial reports from the various circuits will show a decided advance over any previousyear Tne partial report irhand justify the statement that not less than 1000 peo pIe have been converted and added to the church during the year At this rate it seems that we would soon be able to make a better showing in this field than we do at present and many wonder why we remain in many places comparatively weak This con diti n of continued weakness is explained by the fact that this is a shifting population We are unable to keep the young people here after they are saved The ambitious young people go to oth er fields where they can find remunerative employment Thus the church here is losing her life but is constantly enriching the life of the Church abroad This district hasa membership of 7951 and contributed fast r min isterial support 961010 orinisSsions 164665 and for all purposes 20l7744 CordialJyULHiilseS t The following is from Rev B M Currie pastor of the Methodist Church this place and Tabor It will doubt less read with interest Additions to the church during year 73Number Sunday School pupils during year 238 Organized Epworth League and en rolled members 33 Increase in membership of Womans Missionary Societies 7 Married couples Baptized 12 adults and 2 infants Conducted and assisted in funeials Made over 800 pastoral visits at the homes of the people Raised and used fop relief of local poor 3550 Raised for missions about 12500 Raised for furnishing parsonage 97 Raised for repairs on Tabor church 11500 Raised for all purposes Wthe church es about 81800 Rev R L Tally who is the Evange list for the Columbia district has also been very successful in his years work and when he reaches Conference he will have a very satisfactory report to make He has been evangelizing in seven counties and has assisted in many very successful meetings During the year he preached 223 sermons witnessed 149 conversions one hundred of whom joined the Methodist Church He collected for missions 734 92 Rev Tally does not know whether or not he will be return d to this field but should he come he will be gladly receded If he goes elsewhere the people will soon know that they have an earnest minister in their midst Listen Farmers Did you know the most valuable thing on your farm was the manure for pro duce The only way to handle it is with a manure spreader I sell thje best makes on the market Call or write eat Columbia Ky xHugh M Noe tf Miss Nettie Clark this ityWhC has been seriously afflicted for the past year submitted to an operation at Elizabeth Infirmary Lebanon last Wednesday Dr C M Russell her brOtheriniaw returned from Lebanon Thursday stating that the operation was successful and that he left the patient getting along nicely l ilr Henry Altcher will be in COlumn lia next Monday to buy mules frOm 4 Ito 7jrears okloBrIng themjh Rue eiiCouty will plly Adair Coumty next Sat11rdUtIon oe Lidaey- Wjlson camp Ttegame will be c1- d at3Q QqkiJ 45- Sinclairs jv r r LU te LiiM 1 Lfij 1t RECITAL Large Audience Greeted Misses Hatcher and MacGavockat- lindseyWilson On Friday evening the large auditori um of Lindsey Wilson was completely filled long before the hour for the exercises to begin the occasion being the yearly recital given by the music and expression teacherr who are Misses Ethel Lee Hatcher and Louise MacGav ock Never in the history of this in stitution has an audience been more highly entertained From the first number whichwasLiszts Nocturne so beautifully rendered by Miss Hatcher until the last the audience never tired Each number of the musical part was splendid and the vocal solo Mighty Lak a Rose by Nevin was especially received The duet given by Misses Hatcher and Milliken played by Mrs C M Russell was also an interesting featureAs reader we feel that Miss Mac Gayock has few superiors She was heartily encored after each selee tiorijand she kept the audience in a continual roar of laughter by her im personations The readings entitled Heard on the Beach and 4The Swan Song were among the best and Ten nysons The First Quarrel brought down the house Columbia feels justly proud of these two young ladies and we look forward to many more like occasions during their stay with us They both proved to the many who beard them that they were well qualified for the places they hold ForSsle A sixroom cottage with Ii acre lot good young orchard and outbuildings 474t JoE Flowers t While in Somerset last week Mr N M Tuttmet Mr J Mack Fraser who informed him that there was a baby at his house two mouths old and that his wife who had been an invalid for ten or twelve years was getting well and that he expected in a very short time tft announce that her Health had been fully recovered Mr Frazer was in a very happy state of mind and this unex pected recovery of Mrs Frazer after so long a spell of illness will be gladly re ceived by her many friends here When the baby was born two months ago it weighted 3 pounds It now weighs 13 Reward of 100 for recovery of white and black spotted hound pup seven months old Lucian Thomas 472t Gradyville Ky Mr J W Hurt has rented his pro perty in this place and he and his wife will become residents of Birmingham Ala where they have a son and daugh ter living Mr Hurt will make some kind of business in Birminghamr They expect to leave Columbia next Monday May success attend them is the wish of a host of friends Attend J B Barbees big sale of Jersey cows Oct 5th Take a day of rest and recreation and visit the cleanest and brightest show you have ever witnessed Enjoy a moral refined performance of skilled Artists Remember we do not claim to have the largest show in the World but we honestly claim one of the best now before the public M L Clark Sons At Columbia October 4th The Cemetery Committee announce that the public is invited to inspect the grounds and see the improvements Those interested are requested to have their lots trimmed as they have been mowed and we did not contract with the sexton to trim the lots He will do that for a small extra All persons havinirock or other debri- sthreare requested to move same or beingtheany work will be done until spring we wish to perfect everything Will those haying wire stretched around their lots please remove and curb or indicate with coroner Stones as wire is very much in the way in mowing and rak JngryCommittee See the digpay advertisement of Mv L Clark Sons shows published in todays paper Reports of this years work of Pre siding Elder T L HufceT Rev B M Chirrie and Bey 1L TUy are published in theNews today Thee gen tlemen M their repeats will show have been very successful in their respective worV They are popuar m- nesandItishOpe4ithatt1y will be returned ReVwtJttrrie pMtor 0 Co lumbia Chureh exeeedkiff rjr sociable iIi 0otitiom sad hw iMtIKt Muid ikwks will brised wbtle C is 7GW0j I r The Revival Continues The Evangelistic meetings at the Union Presbyterian Church near Gra dyville have taken the proportions of the old time revivals for which this church was famous in other days The attendance has been good from the be ginning but on Sunday the capacity of the large house was taxed to the limit notwithstanding the constant rain Bpth preaching and singing are of an unusu ally high standard and together with the excellent work done by interested church members all churches being represented the best of results are but natural Up to this writing there have been some twentyfive or thirty public professions of Christ with ten additions to the membership of the Presbyterian church The meetings will probably continue throughout the present week Three services are held each day with dinner on the grounds Cane Valley Bank Closed The Farmers Deposit Bank which has been doing business at Cane Valley- this c9untyfor three or four years sus pended payment last Saturday The bank has a heavydebt out and on ac ount of the scarcity of money tie Directors met and decided to temporarily suspend business until col ections could be made Come in October 4and see M L Clark Sons big show All kinds of wild animals To Christen The New Organ There will be rendered at the Presby terian church an interesting musical prog m on Wednesday evening Sept 28 at 8 oclock The occasion will fit tingly celebrate the installment of the new organ recently purchased for the use of the church The program will consist of instrumental solo and chorus selections The citys best musical tal ent wilt assist in the rendition of the progamMr Clark Bowling Green- will be the efficient director while Miss Alice Walker the churchs excellent organist will preside at the new instru ment The public is cordially invited to a with enIjoymenttheir eqiuppment for better worship No addmissipn fe- eLosTA gold brooch pin with dia mond in center Will reward the finder Mrs Jo Coffey Jr Work of the Grand Jury The grand jury finished its Work last Saturday Fortytwo indictments were returned classified as follows Chicken stealing 1 Liquors unlawfully 4 False swearing r i 1 Malicious cutting 11 Flourishing a weapon 1 Common Public nuisance 1 Obtaining property by falsepre ierise 1 House breaking t 1 Detaining a woman 1 Carnally knowing a female under 16 1 Furnishing liquor on election day 1 Liquor to minor 1 Fornication 9 Breach of peace 8 Gaming vV 6 Weapons J A T 1 Disturbing worship V t 3 1J 42 Wolford Bros Casey Creek who handle several very fine horses had a colt show at their barn in Roley this county on the 17th There were about 15 Royal Peacocksto enter the on and they were aU beauties ThirtytestI lars had been offered by theM Wolford in premiums for first second and third choice and it proved a con test hard to decide The Judges were Mr Ben Shreves of Taylor count and rJo Campbell of Casey county wholly disinterested men and they had something to do After carefully ex amining all the colts they decided as follow First choice Jake Rich Sec ond choice Thos Drake Third John Itnifley The decisions were perfectly satisfactory Mr A D Gilbert the We1 k own painter is now engaged in putting the finishing touches on Mr J F Cabelisi residence Miami Green outside has been finished and forjpe next ten day he will be engaged on the inside The floors are to be hardwood fimAedV By the first of October llx Gilbert hopes to reach Columbia arid rcloM up MveralcoAtracts here Sheriff A D Pattesoit and Preeton Mi1r ooavt rohn Robert Qarter5a- Silas Spoo W rs to Wrn i5 s J 1 Sidney jiarmon Dead jt f The Death Angel late yesterday afternoon visited the Harman home aVc few miles west of Jackson and claimed the husband and father of that fam ily She spirit of Sidney Harmon a inanfrJbutable citizen took its flight at 530 to Wt that bourne where suffering is no more and peace and rest eternal V U S Harmon was a native of Kentucky but came to Mississippi some eighteen years ago his brother Rev himifherewith his brother he engager in the printing bbsinessin this city and was active in that pursuit until a year or so ago when his health failing he put chased him a country home near Van Winkle and in the quiet of country life to a large extent regained his lost vigorf Mr Harmon was a sufferer from kidney troubles lor the past three or four years but was apparently in his usual health until a few days goIwhen the disease took an alarming Ji form and realizing that the end was near a telegram was sent his oldest daughter who only two weeks ago had gone to West Point to attend the female college at that place She ar rived home about one hour before her father breathed his last completing the family circle by whom he was sur rounded when the end came About 16 years ago Mr Harmon was united in marriage to Miss Virginia Stovall of this city who with four children survive to mourn the death of a kind and devoted husband and a loving and indulgent fEttner The funeral ceremonies will be held at 4 oclock this afternoon at the West End Christian church of which he was a consistent member after which the interment will take place at Cedar Lawn cemetery Daily larion Ledger Jackson Miss Wednsday morning Sept 21 1010 MeL Clark Sons great overland shows will exhibit in Columbia Tues day October 4 The show is bigger and better than ever There will be a grand street parade Masonic Election Columbia Chapter No 7 RoyalVArch Masons elected the following officers for the ensuing year last Friday night Walker Bryant H P Jo Russell King 4otRGT Flowers C oft h JSJffr Y7 S C Neat M 3d V t 5jBSam Lewis entinelIR F Paull Treas Horace Jeffries Secy A brilliant and unparalled Colossal show M L Clark Sons comprising a troupe of Autocratic Champions whose supremacy as artists no one will dispute Artistic acts and exploits introduced by the best troupe of lady and gentlemen Acrobats Gymnasts EquilidristsLeapS ers Tumblers Jugglers Vaulters Posturers Clowns and Highwire Performers in the profession At Colum bia Oct 4 We ate authorized to state that the Board of Health of this county met last Monday night and decided that on account of diptheria being prevalent in this section it was to the best interest of the people for Clarks show not to exhibit at any point in Adair county George Moore a colored man of tins county diedon the 18th A AttentIon is called to the iadof1t E Hill in todays paper JIBorn to the wife of James GarnettV September 261910 sonJames Gar nett Jr Pt I An infant child of rsJ W Coffey died last Saturday night and wasburied Sunday afternoon Bring your mules from 4 to 7 years old to Columbia next Monday Henry Altcher will be hereto buy i There will be services at the Meth odiat church next Sunday conducted by R vPM Moss I have 200 000 pounds of fertilizer ready for the market Place of busii ness back of Russell Co 472t CE Young heiemeterYAitIOCatlODGommitt e 1ilm a li dayaftsfnooi ata wclock oiv nrWI ul olJb hO t yagaste thjiat Uisioewm 7fi 1scb t he PrNbtiait iure 1M Xold7itt- 11 7j J Jtev k x W I L a I 1 i 0 i ij h 1 j l i 4 vVrWVJqy 4THEADAIR COUNTY v Ij y l j NEWS ti ii v As TO ChurchGoing I Rev George A Thayer Unitaj I trian and pastor of the church in 4 b Cincinnati where the president fKwprships is of the opinion ex pff a law compelling the president i pTchurch services on Sunday Said Dr Thayer The reason for this law for it comes next to being a law that the president must attend church is not far to seek Sup pose the president never went to church at all It would not bel Tong before all the country would t be up in arms because the head i Jo of the nation was either an in ffidel or wholly unfit for his high Imposition while the other half of the churchgoing population S would think that if the chief ex recutive did not see fit to attend C services certainly it would not be lancumbent upon them to do so t True true Most true But j Jwhat do Godfearing churchgo Sfig Christian people think of a president who goes to church and i t blasphemes God by believing dI man without a spark of divinity about him and that he was in 9 reality either a son of Joseph or ran illegitimate child 1 11 That is what president Taft thirtksfor that is the opinion of Fall Unitarians Glasgow Times General Zollicoffer On October 10 there will be erected a beautiful marble slab on the spot where Gen Zolli coffer the noted Confederate General fell in the battle of Mill Springs on January 16 1862 The dedicatory services will bin e charge of Col Bennett H Young of Louisville who is at the head of the work of having the spot where Gen Zollicoffer fell marked by a beautiful slab There is a large tree standing on the spot which is one mile we std of the National cemetery about nine miles west of Somerset where Gen Zollicoffer is said to have fallen and which is 1 v known as Yollicoffer tree and which is decorated every year in honor of the dead hero The occasion of the dedication of the memorial slab will be one f of great interest and will be at Ctendep by noted war veterans from different parts of the coun try Col Bennett H Young took this matterup some years ago i and had W G Trimble of this place deed away a plot of ground 11Lfor this purpose Trimble having been the owner of the ground on A which the battle was fought- Several efforts have been made by congressmen from the Elev enth district to have congress make appropriation for the building of a fine turnpike from Som l It erset the nearest railroad poi ntisr V to the Mill Springs battle field l and the National cemetery t Fertilizersrtc v veryfcperplexing J fea small garden Where are we r lftoget it Wellrotted stablei 0 manure is not a commodity thatj we can go to the store and buy like otas or seeds It is true that we can somestimes buy a load rJ two of some neighboring farmer 71 but iti iamignty poor farmer i who will sell manure from his Jjy 0 3 ff f rl1 i farm There are some business houses that deal in manure from city livery stables but they only ship in carload lots and a car load will hold about forty tons and with the freight will cost- erhaps 50 to 70 I have a garden about 30x100 feet and while I admit that I should refer to give it a thorough top dressingof manure every year I have neither time nor inclination to scour the country looking for it and as I keep an automoble in place of horses there is no home supply Each year I buy a bag o cfgeneral commercial fertilizer Before harrowing the gaide after plowing I spread the lim and when the seeds are planted I apply the fertilizer very sparingly The result is that I have an excellent garden every year and in place of the traditional plenty of wellrotted stable manure I use none at allJohn Guthrie in Country Life f s CrOCUS 4 Mike Grant our road overseer is getting his road in good tends tion t John Sandusky and wife of t Columbis visited the family of W G Collins last Sunday Vander Collins who is attending school at L W T S attend ed the teachers association a Me Zion W G Collins sold a mule to John B Goffey for 150 Mrs B S Miller and he brother L C Blair attended the the state fair The people in this neighbor hood turned out well to the teachers association held at Mt Zion on the 17th inst But the teach ers failed to turn out only fly or six being present Some on expressed the right sentiment when they said that most everybody in Division No 3 is inter cited in education except the schoolteachers Miss Eliza Vaughan who is teaching near Dirigo visited her parents last Saturday and Sunday and was in attendance at the teachers Association The home Paper How many country newspapers daily or weekly are there that could live six months if they had to depend upon the income derived from subscriptions Very few of them could make ex tpenseson their advertising and job work Yet some people are unfeas S enable enough to complain tha there are too many advertisements in the paper and others care so little for the welfare of the local papers as to send their job printing out of town What is a local newspaper a board of trade a trumpet of the towns advantages a history It is a policeman a chaperon a defender of your rights and aboard of health ty is an honest adviser if in the hands of an honest man ItI warns you against frauds It rejoices with you when You are glad and mourns with you wlien you need a comforter It is the guardian angel of YOur moral healthrItstickethcloser thin a brother Iaypu help ioi support our h el w paperEx r jui H 1 Tainted News I Once more the time worn effort is being made to send tainted news throughout the country For years past big tore porations have flooded the coun try with tainted news but the newspaper owners at last awakened to the true condition agenthasback The rulers of Wall street have time and again tried to buy news papers in various parts of the with the idea of direct ing public influence along the selectnexpensivee plan but it has been carried on time without number Recently a story wascircula ed first in Chicago and then sen broadcast that Rockefeller an Morgan interests had secure TriIbunetention to the report for weeks but at last announced on the editorial page that the was not for saleiIn thee of a modern newspaper independence and in tegrity are the two primal necessary assets and each must bel conjunctive with the other Capital is here a minor asset This is a living world and the thoughtt common s and the daily press are teaching the pedple to think and to value the source whence arises their thoughtrOver and over again the Star I dard Oil money has tried to d rect public opinion Standar- Oil money controlled every news paper in Montana but one and went down to defeat before that one golder are reasons in the very constitution of the universe why this should be so The elder Rockefeller under stood it more than all his associates and almost never replied to any of his critics He let his works follow him But members of the firm of J P Morgan c Co have always had an itching desire to be behind the pressput ting money and support first behind one publisher and then anotherThe press power of the house of Morgan twentYfiveY ears ago was tremendous yet unseen Not many years ago there were a dozen Wall street publications hat carried the advertisments of Morgan Co at handsomer tes and were argued with to their course concerning Mor supportt or given thereto when it came time to pay the bill Wall street was shocked a fyorrified when the big New pItut and was astounded when papers like the New York World criticised J P Morgan and his dealings with the United States treasury r or the government as though he were no more sacred than president of the United Stats The result has been that thee In fluence of the house of Morgan with the p iblic press has been on the wane and how to repair it JThebankingtnend Morgan and Rockefeller recog 11itetMaituatiofi wiiii Iuflicient dairies to dt m t y y nilwesterni In fact Rockefeller recently declared that the last thing on arth he would buy was anews paper It is important however for every citizen to keep watch and wardon the avenues of public information Every one should know who is closest tbhis congressman and what brain and pocketbook are closest to his daily source of in formation It News From Everywhere Rhode Island Democrats will hold their State and Congressional Conventions September 29 t Louistr tdo r Warner of Missouri Oklahoma Republicans will meet in Guthrie September 29th theeir ticket and to formally open thei State campaign W Jefferson Davis private secretary of Senator Purcell of North Dakota is the new presi dent of the National League of Democratic College Clubs Democrats of Georgia at their recent State Convention indors ed Gov Hoke Smith for the Democratic nominee for Presi dent of the United States in 1912 In Rhode Island the question shall be chosen to succeed iNelson W Aldrich in the United Statas Senate at present ecli ps all other political issues Former Lieutenant Governor John C McKinley of Missouri 5has filed his declaration as arch a dilate for the United States Se ate on the Republican ticket succeed Warner Charles S Hamlin a Boston lawyer who was Assistant Sec retary of the Treasury during one of the Cleveland administra tions is mentioned as a possible candidate for Governor of Mas sachusetts o n the Democratic ticket The labor organizations of Indiana have taken up the cause of United States Senator Beve ridge and have compiled a pamphlet addressed t o union men in which they are urged to support legislative candidates who favor his return to the Senate asThe National American Wo man Suffrage Association has taken steps to find out exactly how each candidate for Congress stands on the question of suffrage for women To each nom askingnhim to state his views on t subject Though both State Conventions in Massachusetts are near at hand the political alignments is not yet clearly defined Gov Ebfen S Draper Republican is understood to be the choice for I ieseeral candidates for the place at thebadQ the Democratic k 0 Iir8 lte on WeMdaitbe5ehdayof 0 ct bar 1D10iI will r laixty herd Qf fl11e young jHYCInto the highest derai The cows 1riUb fresh li ne cerab r and January TTIie side nfttorrx fCONmbi B1i rLes 40 l t Teachers Association IThe Teache Association to be Pellyfon October 15th 1910 r Called to order 9 oclock j1 Song 2 Devotional exercises W H Lemon v r 3 Purpose of Teachers Association W S Sinclair 4 How can the teacher cure interest J N White an Cortez Sanders 5 What help can the teacher give the children besides saying Get your lessons Pearl Breed in gI6 The purpose of Physiology 1n the public school W E Sanderso7 True culture how obtain ed Emma Overstreet 87Noon recess 12 to 1 o clock 9 How does general knowl edge affect the moral life T 0 Morton Robert Williams Owen Whiter 10 Effect of a study of history upon mind and character Mrs Charlie young Minnie KnifleyI 11 Does education pay Prof Moss 12 How to secure the hearty cooperation I o f parents Oscar Sinclair 13 How to secure good at tendance Minnie K Tupman Hattie Williams Effie Coffey 14 Benefits derived from the teaching of Civil Gor rnment in the public schools G L Perry man Miss Pearl Hindman Pres W S Sinclair Vice Pres A Reunion at My Fathers louse Editor News We all have our ideals oi the chesttoe scenery scenery f our boyhood days never fades from the imagination nor fails to charm the heart of him who wan ders back to the old plantation and drinks from The moss covered bucket that hangs in the well On the date given we sixI children fortyfour grandchild ren eight greatdrandchildren and several brothers and sisters inlaw some seventy in number wandered back to the scens of our early childhood on our fath ers old plantation between two vineclad hills that bathe their rocky feet in the rippling waters of old Wolf Creek It was a fine day The creek fog disappeared early in the morning and by the time the sun had kissed away the pearly dewdrops of morning we were gathering under the spreading beeches a short di Lance below the old house an dherection Some upthe creek some down the creek and some Ioyer the hill Soniacarried their foot in hand some came hors ksomein buggies but th largest number came in farm wagons busievd arranging a long fixincg some seats r the beeches while the children romped and played hide andseek Around th fdbarnBy half past nine or ten oclock Children grandchild ren and ffreatrgrandchildren were au gimiD Qthertplt 1 who was who The time glided away swiftly and in the midst of lour merriment a photographer Mr Tim Acree appeared on the scene and in a short time we were all seated on a grassy hill side trying to keep stillwhile Mr Acree had his picture machine focused on us trying to get our Bau esAfter this trying test of keeping bout a dozen and a half of little tots f thedw men to the table covers and bring out the goodies which they had brought in baskets boxes and trunks Some had bacon and beans some had beans and ba con some had bacon without beans and some had beans with ut bacon 7 There were corn bread and ham biscuit and chick en light bread and turkey There were fruits and vegetables jam and preserves pickles and pepper sauce There were pies and custards and cakes of all sorts sizes and descriptions I never saw the like to eat in all my days Why I actually left the table hungry 7 because I couldnt decide what to eat I looked at the bacon and beans and they looked at W I looked at the corn bread and ham and thought of its delicious flavor I looked at the biscuit and chicken but still curbed my appetite I looked at the light bread and tur key till my mouth waterd with hunger I looked at custards and pies andcakes a foot high until my time for eating had ex pired and then I rose from the table thinking what a fool I was It reminded me of the old bachel or who lived all the days of his life in sight of Paradise and was too cowardly to put his arms around it and press to his bosom We never catch but few of the good things of life because we dont reach after them until it is too late But most of them made better use of the time than I did and the goodies vanished before them like a cloud before a high wind but it ended somewhat like The feeding of the multitude There were several basketfulls left after they were all filled After the feast we had a short rest and we chated about the weather the outlook of farm products another year and the events of the day Then we had vocal music by those that could sing and they just filled those old hills and hollows full of music for bout an hour anda half and then we had Castles in the Air somedx Then we began to adjourn and it took us bout an hour and a half to adjourn There were many goodbyes and promises to beforesarriveddlongest was Father a man of seventy five years whose failing health and tottering form teach us by the law of nature that he inesideeus younger ones not forget that the buds and blossoms some times fall among the ripened fruit and that the hand of Des tiny may dash us against an unseen rock before we have passed the stone that marks the middlet of our journey on liifes high etlear that this letter is now too long to be appreciated so I will Close with jteefe wishes to- relatives and fJfiends r PopPfeweftill r wy Sept 11 MO i i t 7 I t 3 i i cfftr rQ t Ip Y 1 i k b t5 = IHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS kg t NTlmeCardF J SQUTH BOUND trltlI Lv LOUISVILLE AR LEBANON No47 7OOam 942 am Mo 23 815 am 1004am IfcOSpm 740pm N 2i 800 pm i 1000 pm No93 4 6aO pm TtOO pm NORTH BOUND TELU Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE o 24 5J8 amf 750 am o 78732am 1015am 430pm 655pm 1Jo22 628 pm 8d5pm Jo92 732 am 1015 am NOB 92 and areSunday trains only 1EEI IMORE MOTEt W JtWIIlflO B Ptopz FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GInDYIILLe KY StIS D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetfn t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at airprices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables LOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON GURKSVILlE STREET i I Res Phone 29 Office Phone 40 Dr James Triplett Dentisti JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK t ti0 1unbar I Sentt0t OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Qseph H Stone V AttoneyAtLaw LF Cf Will practice in this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky II I t M M E JONES i fVeterinary Surgeon apd Dentist Columbia Kentucky Special attention given to Dentistry DIs asesof UoEyePoll E il Fistula and all other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes OFFIOELocated In barn back of nan cockilbtol i 1 The Adair County 4NIJ ews lfii i 1And 1 purierAlburMlne tYearFor I IPszy t t IvS RowesX Roads r- f r What a rainy day it justpour ed down Monday Bill Cook has gone to Camp bellsville to deliver a mule c9Itc Sidney Holt has moved hiss w mill here to the Barger tim ber Sidney will stay at this place for months to come Charley Compton and Miss Leta Grant were married here since my last letter to the News Oliver Hadley was at Bear wallow last Sunday looking around Miss Lena McElroy has been on the sick list for a week or twoS Maupin is doing a good business here with his saw mill Jo getslthere on time CI Medaris and wife were visiting at Fount Selbys last Sat urday night and Sunday Bever Bunch our blacksmith at this place is doing a thriving business now If we had a good doctor toflocate here we would electedDellie wife of Feling Cof fey was brought back from Lake land and was hurried by the side of her father at what is called the old Carter grave yard Sept 19th 1910 Toilet B Lee and son 1of Rife Creek Casey county were do ing business here last week There isa boy at Edward Aa rons Mothergetting along very slow There is also a girl ateRufus Campbells Miss Ethel Gross is sick at this dateAnnie the wife of Dave Jesse and the daughter of Martin L and Josey Wheat was born Nov 6th 1885 was married to Dave Jesse July 27 1905 died Aug 30 1910 She professed religion about 10 years ago and joined the Baptist church at Pierces chapel near Fairplay Adair county Annie leaves a husband three children one two weeks olda father mother three pis ters one brother a grand father and many friends to mourn her loss Her loss from us is her eternal gain Weep not Annie is not dead but asleep in Jesus Shed not a tear She said weep goneIFriends come on and live with me God free Sample- Aids Old Men The sudden change from years of activity of both body and mind to quiet of later years causes the human system to undergo many changes chief of which is in the di rgansIt and harder to get thE regularlyandfSF headachebelchIng not only froth the basle touble con I firstpfand then to tone the digestive muscles so worknatural1ytive Is not only unnecessary but harm workjustntIngvarious kinds and have become convinced bestthenmild gentle pleasarittastine laxative therequlrementschildren and yet is effective for handledItftftycentsOrrnqneysendsampltbottle allotherandfamiliesmore nt and Mrs carrie CullWs of SouthBenaIndare knoltarawpleasdtodeetre for yoBrself rfamily Dertalning to olutely1rr detail1ororotherwise Qwetijr ir l r f Cinderella Story is True 0Too many groWnups doubt that story about Cinclerilla her tiny slipper arid the handsome prince and all that Just to show how true it all was we cite the case of Miss Mildred Mermelstein of New York City Some time in the recent past Miss Mildred returning from a dance lost her slipper tiny etc on the street carit falling off her dainty tootsie just as she was alighting and the horrid con ductor probably in league with Cupid refused to kick the little bit of footwear off Next the handsome prince name Samuel Newman also of the worlds second greatest city found the slipper androcogniz ing immediately that such a small slipper must belong toa remark ably pretty girljust like the oldentime prince arguedset- out to find his Cinderella He didaA want ad helped him It fitted exactly the tootsie of the bashful miss A New York jeweler has sold another diamond ring the preacher is ready the furniture man has been seen and Cinderella and her enraptured prince are awaiting the happy day Louis villeHerald I Dont Break Down Severe strains on the vital organslike strainson machinery cause breakdowns Youcant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves without serious danger to youself If you are weak or rundown or under strain of any kind take Electric Bitters the matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E Van de Sande ofKirkland Ill writes That I did not break down while enduring aI most severe strain for three months is due wholly to Electric Bitters Use them and enjoy health and strength Satisfaction positively guaranteed 50c at Paull Drug Co 4 For Farmers The best land for strawberries is a sandy loam Rake up all rubbish Let no weeds go to seed- Unsprayed orchards fail to hold their leaves late enough It pays to cultivate the orchard but it does not pay to do it poor lySWeed reduce the physical con dition of the soil to a poorer state The harrow is an excellent tool for cultivating potatoes the first time Not too late to sow turnips if you get at if at once Also winter onions sets arid winter rad- tiishes Protect cauliflower heads from the hot sun thus Gather some of the outer leaves over them and tie in place Harvest the onion crop as soon most of the tops have begun las turn yellow at the neck and tops lop over When Irish potatoes are fully matured dig t1 emonadry day ont let the tubers lie in the sun long or theyll turn green As fast as the bdxes frames and stakes have done their work take them out so that no insects will make their home about them Gather and store squashes n dIi pumpkins before they are dif you want mo keep long Leave the stems on arid donptlruite When Mhij h6i i haw sagas rvII rJtilfUo hThMd l3Mleat tii Fbte ipjp6f iick t5Ji 0 the roots and thus check the growth somewhat Spinach for early spring use may now be sown If the plants are partially covered with leaves straw etc they should winter all right even in cold climates Onions squashes pumpkins and sweet potatdes should be stored in a dry frost proof place most cellars are too damp and a room or attic is usually a better piece Beets In the garden are all right where they are until the ground begins to freeze in the fall Then they are best stored in sand in a cool cellar or in pits outdoors When you sell fruits you do not sell large quantities of plant food from your farm When grain is sold nitrogen phosphoric acid and potash are dispos d of in large quantitiesS It is possible to sow lettuce now outdoors transplant it later to hotbeds and force it for Thanksgiving or later use or it may be transplanted to cold frames and thus be wintered over for early spring use Look out for frost late this month Tomato vines etc may be protected cold nights by a covering of straw newspapers cloths etc On large fields smudge fires will often save a crop from frost damage Onions must be kept in a cool well ventilated place For this purpose the cellar will be found convenientSpread onions out over the floor and sprinkle airslaked lime over them to arrest growth of rot fungus Notice the apple trees and when bitter rot is seen remove specimens of fruit showing it It is now too late to spray with Bordeaux but if decayed fruits are promptly removed this dis ease may be checked A reliable authority on horses says that the gray live the longest and that the roans come next in order Blacks seldom live to be over twenty and the creams rarely live more than ten or fifteen years Monte Fox Central Kentucky representatiue of Joseph Stern Company of New York re cently purchased in the section around Danville Ky 1oyer 80jO headof cattle averaging 1450 pounds The total amount paid out was 80900 Since January 1 Mr Fox has bought and ship ped for the above firm over 1 OOOOOO worth of c ttle There are not many horses which can stand sudden changes in either quantity or kind of willibringunderfeeding is much to be pre ferred to overfeeding A pound of grain and a pound ofh yto a hundred weight of horse is a goood general rule The kind of working and do jug qualities of the horse may vrry this considerably however It is marvelous how some close deep ribbed horses stndupon light feeding X kerifu FNeWstG For the second tiriie lightning shattered the statue of Henry I Clay on the summit of the Clay monument the Lexindn cern etemery Th nw statue re eantly erected df6t betmofqr paerly dedicated r I The ootaI U lt1are I t J IStcksjjpthe Acme of Excellence J New Fall Carpets J v t t r T AV Rugs and Wall Paper o f 0 AresKpwn In many representative styles Low prices iIiik ito good qualities making trading here absolutely safe and saving A ixSpecial 4 I tj yard 110 6 patterns Plenty of each and JosV iJWildHubbuch Bros WellendorfK II xv rV l 522 524 W Market M t- TV Louisville t KntuclcyI 3 5e JIIL i XXX XXX Program I The Musical Association will be held at the Pleasant View Church McGaha Ky the second Sunday ins Oct 1910 to open at 9 oclock am Bible lesson James Nead Invocation Eev James Burton Welcome address vRuckerP Grimsley V Response Capt Wm Brad shawSSong by audience What is music H W Wo- mack Albert Bryant How find the key note in any key Stewart Rexroat Dennie Grimsley How teach note reading A Go Coffey A G Hill Scale building John Pierce John Wolford Relative and absolute pitch J F Hughes Robert Blair Transposition of scale by flats Transposition sharps R 0 Cabbell Geo Pike Double sharps flats and int mediate ones I M Grimsley Perter McCaffree Relative length of note and rests Ruck P Grimsley John Burton Jr J Double measure Joe Kerns Lucian Burton lQuadruple M Jan s Kerns B H Burton- The program will be interspersed by solos by some of the very best singers in the county and it is hoped that all lovers of music will be present to take a part W H Womack l tF G Anderson 1Committee F J Hughes turns of th EdwardsPowers primary in the Eleventh district is Being made at Williamsburg A special venire has been ordered from which to select a Henderson jury in the Ball murder case at Henry R Lawrence has resigned as chairman of the Trigg County Democratic Committee to become a candidate for Stat Senator John Garner was found dead in bedat Tunnel Hilt I L P Thompson of London official court stenographer was thrown from his horse on the road to McKee and was badly hurt oJ4tGiledfIeiirY county v4thci rgladetl school W I Coffman was ground to t pieces in a cogwheel in the power house of a coal mine at Stur giL An epidemic of typhoid fever iit rttiiig at 13e thlchim Henry co1lntyS j tl Bi8H ckIii J t i 7rl rji4LA TUEtL t ILOUISVILLE i TIMES Y fOR I91Or BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER r THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS 500 A YEAR IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY 1NEWSAND THE LOUIS VI LEE 1TIMES IBOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMESis the best afternoon pap r printed anywhere Has the best corps of correspondents ICovers the Kentucky fie dI r fectly Covers the general news field completely IHa the best and fullest marr kets reports V t DEMOCRATIC in politics but fair to everybody c SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP TION RIGHT AWAY iTO THIS PAPER ffot to The Louisville Times stock barn near william bg bl W M Foster and the barn arid contents were reduced to ashes v The barn contained about 400 bushels of wheat and oats and about two acres of tobacco Bourbon county was visited by lacIoldbursfai1 much damage Lightning struck many buildings Watkins Company rpreentie ofthe tQomim the world I ar the Coluibia jsquEre every Mondsy i Call aod1iy oo saixlgtisyprs L BGrMt t i t kis c rL 2 vl Ii i t r ii i I4 Ir1 4 tTEEi4 l ttt ADAIR COUNTY NEWSl o4ti t ij J j J YfY t J 14Ifr 0 MIR GOTO NEWS Ar Published Every Wednesday tx BY THE r 1rAdair County News Ccpany INCORPORATEDr CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR C Democratic newspaper devoted to the in lit restof the CIty of Columbia and the people tAdaIraffd adjacent counties 7 T Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as sec cud class mall matter I WED SEPT 28 1910 Democratic Ticket it c FOR CONGRESS t HON ELZY BERTRAM Li if L OF CLINTON COUNTY a Last Thursday Somerset was f f4the scene of unusual political ac- tivityij representative Democrats t from every county in the Eleventh district being present t v to discuss thesituation and to- 2 place in nomination a candidate t to contend withCaleb Powers i for Congress The convention was convenedat three oclock in the afternoon and after an or i gahization had been perfected candidates or State offices adI dressed the assembly all making enthusiastic speeches At the close of the speaking the con Svention adjourned until 730 px mand immediately after re assembling the name of State Senator Elzy Bertram of Glin ton county and that of Gen P W Hardin of Whitley county C were placed in nomination When the ballot was taken Senator Bertram had a decided majority and was declared nomitated Mr Hardin was not present neither was he a candidatex The convention went wild many of the del g tes declaring that the nominee would defeat Mr fopow rs Before adjournment arrangements were perfected for a perfect organization through out the district with head Aquarters at Somerset to be in I charge of Hon Woodson May Senator Bertram the iiominee is wellknown to the people pf Adair county having defeated DrTL C Nell for the State Sen ate last November the district being two thousand Republican T h e News will take pleasure in supporting Mr greatII ii ram and will do its In an honorable way to secure his election He is a clean high minded gentleman one whose haracter for fair and honest T dealing appeals to the people Between now and the election rthe district will be thoroughly oif canvassed by him and other tJ speakers The fight will vbej PowMCongress from the Eleventh Ken J tucky district 1 The Democratic National ConIt I t gressional Committee has issued nowldistributing it The Committee Ltl has no fund save as it obtainsI ythem through contributions and d t 3s ih selling the book at 1 per copy It ffor50 cents a copy in lots of v f DQrmore The book is re J Jffete with valuable matter and tis said t9 bei the best Campaign ftJ JiBobk ever issued Erery Demo jorat houlahavettanjl In this yr Ot Democratic lBff or rttl ysupr 1i1acsh glacU tforI j to the ComMtt0e l1ng herboo The Corn t 55S5 did valit vice ji I H T 1 andlIfrise tblthe occasion by their dol lar contributions the Democratic sun will risetriumphantly not to set for fifty years to come Send your orders or contributions to F FiGaruett Treasurer Democratic Campaign Committee 821 15th Street Northwest Washington D C The tide in New York State has turned to Col Roosevelt Last Wddnesday the Old Guard leaders who were fighting for the control of the State Conven tion which meets at Saratogai this week lost out In the Schenectady county convention which wassupposed to be against Mr Roosevelt turned out to be largely for him the delegates voting for the exPresident to become the temporary Chairman of the State convention It was a direct slap at Vice President Sherman who expected to be en dorsed Charles Tate and John Mar chant two prominent citizens of Georgia and who were bitter enemies met in a public road one day last week They were in buggies accompanied by their wives The ladies remained seat ed in their vehicles while their husbands shot to a finish thei women watching the firing Both men fell dead in the presence of their wives i Mr N IVL Tutt and Mr J D Lowe represented Adair county in the Somerset Congressional Convention The former was a member of the Committee o n Consultation and was also Chairman of the Committee on Organi zation He was also a member of the Committee who notified Mr Bertram of his nomination Frank C Nunemacher the Louisville business man who mysteriously disappeared from home last week has been found at Salt ulphur Springs W V He walked nearly all the way from Louisville and when he reached the Springs he was loot sore almost in tatters and his mind very much impaired Bryans prominence inj fMr politics is on the waneI He refuses to support the Demo cratic nomineefor Governor pf the State of Nebraska A man who goes into a convention and gets defeated and then refuses to support the action of the con vention soon passes out of sight The Republican District Com1 mittee met at Junction City last Saturday night counted the re turns in the late primary and awarded a certificate of nomina tion to Mr Powers Mr Powers majority over Mr Edwards is stated in another articl in this paper We Judge from reading the last issue of the Mountain Echo a strottg Republican paper pub lished at London that it will not aid Mr Powers in his race for Congress Caleb PC wers majority in this Eleventh district over D C Ed wards is 9815 sarc q dnsday the 6th day of Ot IJJ9 I4Wfll sefl ibty bead r ftn jte to tbe hlghsm bidS ere T oW8 will be frs in rrcember and January kI take place In thtcwi e M44 Xy9 tl riJ f 1 r0rcr l t tc 1 t1 i Mi1aiSon Co uglY 4 i Berea Ky Se t2i 1910 Editor News v The school at this place opened Sept 14 withfebout one thousand pupils and hav enrolled a great number since There is great work being ac complishedand every thing is taught from the Science of Geometry down to primary grades and also labor is taught but us boys leave off the study of labor till the very last branch if possible tVyt The Literary Society of this place has enrolled a great num ber of new members The great feast on coffee and sanwich given by Y M C A1 literary society on the athletic grounds Saturday p m was very much enjoyed by alL The farmers of this community are busy hauling watermelons to this place and are collecting the nickels and dimes very rapidly The college football team will soon be orgnized and will chal lenge the worlds great teams gamesMr Mur ell ha s changed his place pf singing from the Millshed to Berea Ky and is having fine success He hopes to sing again at the mill shed in the year of 1911 His in tentions are to stay here if his girl on Sulphur Vail does not in fluence him to come back The little shower begining Sun day pm and lasting until Monday p mwa very nice and now the dust is well settled The waking party Sundry p m enjoyed quite ja nice time among the hills and bluegrass knobs An extensive walk made by Mr Anderson Murrell and Mr James Hays to West Pennicle the place where Boon discovered the Bluegrass region was very much enjoyed The Y MC A boys of Berea have the recordbreaking sociaty in number which is 175 members the largest number within the limits of Ky The Y M C A boys meet every Sunday p m with lectures and they also have prayer meeting on Thursday throughout the dormatories The Berea School has completed three new buildings this year which are Pierces Hall Boons Tavern and Howards Hall andanother the PowerHouse will soon be completed One of the greatest advan tagesthe Berea students have is the great Literary which contain the work of all writers and histories of all nations The Normal department which meet in the Lincoln Building conducted by Prof Hunt Prof Cal fee and Prof Lewis is profress inging nicely We have students from almost every State in the U ioi1andso our country is well Represented at Bereat and I am sure we Adair boys will give to old Adair the very best representation possible Milltownt f Miss Nellie Waggensr of Jor lumbia was i visiting iliaf Birt Thomas several diy Jof lat ttthe wife T jti Pollard on the 15 a n Mr M Mcda1fre who in New Mexkia fC th- ebnetrir lco i tf i t Kicii- k2 jlM J Ii t j Miss Lizzie Mears of Corbin f was visiting Mrs Pate Thomas several days of last week MissSethia Brockman left for Illinois last week where she will visitrelativesandriends Mr and Mrs WilKSapp and children of Taylor county were visiting Mrs Lizzie Thomas last week The moonlight party given at Mr Edd Hatcher Vlast Saturday night was largely attended His daughter Miss Mattie entertained the gathering most delightfully v Mr June Rogers of Greens burg visited relatives here several days of last weekIMiss Maggie Cundiff visited at Mr George Cheathams last Sat urday and Sunday Misses Gracie and Cara Squires visited Miss Mattie Hatcher last Saturday night Miss Birt Thomas was visiting Miss Nellie Waggener last Sat urday and Sunday Mr John Brockman whose home is in Illinois was visiting relatives here last week Mis3 Pearl May was visiting Miss Thomas several days of last week The Baptist Russell Creek Association which convened here last Wednesday and Thursday brought a very large crowd As the churchwould not seat all the people There was preaching on Thursdayin the Grove by Rev Sam Stapp A beautiful repast was served on the ground both days consisting of everything good to eat r Ozark r Drying canning and preserving fruit is the order of the day with the ladies while the men are busy prepairing wheat ground t cutting corn and making molas es Diptheria has been raging in this and adjoining neighborhoods for several weeks There hasnt been any deaths so far but anew case occasionally keeps the people in dread Mr RobertBai1eywhQs teach ing an interesting school at Con cord has had to dismiss three weeks on account of the disease Miss Effiie Mon gomerys con dition remains about the same Mrs J D White is suffering from a sprained ankle I A large crowd attended the sale at Mr B X Hurt last Saturday Mjsses Lula Brya andTom mie Maupin visited Mrs Pearl Maupin at Cray Craft Sunday and attended the singing at Sulphur Well I Mr Albert Bryant was a guest of Mr Walker Bryant last FdI- daynghtand attended his ia sonic Lodge at Columbia Mr Nat White and Mss Annie tlNMr Leonard Montgomery of inlthIS1 ter young man ever grew up in 0 community and we are soiry he has decided to make Oklahoma his nome 1 Quite aJotpfmoyia willttake pkis KKfe y1lJt a slort time S2r Bob on 111 prepairiigto bd a dweilinz Mr Reeves fAU ooc whe aU tBriftt W l i r J j y ti1 j Jil Hif YJj L A M1cLARK ISONS L COMBINED snows tINLARGED AND RECONSTUCTED l qiprHE c PRESENT SEASON v c fAPresenting an unique novel and intensely interesting Entertainment Positively the grandest consolidation ever Exhibited containing an assemblage of Earths most f r i Startling Presentations 1 4 tIt isHighclass and Strictly Moral Thousands vho have witness v ed the performances were elated The best evidence of Merit is Success far and wide it is the best show of its kind ever placedr v Before the public Vs Monster Elephants4 i Camels Dens of Wild and Ferocious Beasts Birds and Reptiles v freverr Clime Dont fail to see the Baby Elephant and the C BabyLyon A Brilliant and Unparalleled Colossal Show comprising a Troupe of Automatic Champions S whose supremacy as Artists no one will dispute Artistic Acts and Exploits introduced by the best troups of Lady and Gentlemen Acrobats Gymnasts Equilibrists Leapers Jumpers Tumblers Jug glers Vaulters Posturers Clowns and High Wire Performers in the profession i A Special Feature In additipn to this already Iafge Show and Menagerie we have engaged as a SpeciarFeaturea T6npanyof Cpw Boys and Cow GirlsH Some of the best Ropers and Riders in the world Also a Band of Full Bred Real Siox Indians These CowBoy3 andlndians will r e give an exhibition of Real Western Iifeafeach Performance of Xiji i the M L CLARK and SONS SHOWS A Common Sense Show ivf and evening Drs opehTat 1and 7pm Performance 2 and 8m V I DontForget the Date COLUMBIA Tuesday October 4th GRADYVILLE Wednesday 5th Give u a trial We Guarantee to Please you r iTabl suppired With the Best the Market Affordsw t Meals 35c MILLENHOUS Eu M D MILLEN CO Proprs Located on Railroad St one square east of L N Station I iiLebanon Kentucky f FERTILIZER Jf you want to grow Wheat Grass or Oats the best brands are V J THE GROVES fSee it and get what is suited f V X to your land Sold by t e eYOjNjY PlacG ot business back of Russell i 7 Store i ant will move to the property vacated by Mr Reeves Mr Kearns will move to his residenceV pn Jamestown Toad and Mr Kell will move into pie residence now O UpidDY Mr Kearns tImjabbrlittl to p3 near last wek tt aka u bYf idc ItlalBOliyerightI nortllti no areSh lp Mrs 1 J Bfyan who hfis iuffeyed greatly fwr- several years with bronchial trouble ig r mueh Wtfrse this week She sits uP andh do some light w- onlXtShedty5Uer r i fi t 1offfi I c bar xt VI iy n l I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r5 1rY tt AYYi CYit Y3I rnYrrrrr PERSONAL ii Lz 7 rMr Solomon McFarlarid is visiting kc Row na r DrZ T Gabbert Casey Creek was Ahere last Thursday Mr John Lee Walker spent last Sun day in Burkesville x MrFLWils n Russell Springs was here last Saturday Mrs Walker Bryant was quite sick SMeral days of last week Miss Elizabeth Drake Graded Schoolteacher visited at JGradyville Saturday Mr William Irvine of Jonesville I dis visiting relatives in Columbia i Mr Bruce Taylor and Mr L A Gib bins were here from iMetcalfe county FridayMr OEwing of the Burkesville bar attended court here a day or two of last week Mr Samuel Bailey attended the Somerset Democratic Congressional Convention Mrs H N Miller spent several days of last week with her mother who resides at Crocus Dr B T Wood Danville arrived last Wednesday to spend a few days with relatives and friends Mrs Lyne Arnett Nicholasville is visiting Mrs W T Price She was formerly Miss Ruby Davis Mr L D Jones and wife Pellyton visited the family of Mr J H Pelly last Thursday and Friday Miss Myrtle Zimmerman of West Minister S C who visited Miss Vic Hughes has returned home Mr Walter Cook of Esto returned from Rantoul IlL last Saturday His father Mr Wm Cook met him at this place j Mrs Tinie Wells and Mrs Susie Vaughan and her daughter Miss Ma ree of Russell Springs Visited at the home of Mr J F Montgomery a day or two of last week Mr H B Ingram and wife who have been visiting in North Dakota are now at Fahcy Prairie Ill Mr In gram who was quite sick in Dakota writes his sons here that he is steadily improving He does not know just when he will reach Columbia Rev BM Currie left for Conference Monday morning f at Russeilville which will be in session until next Mon day He will then run down to Browns ville Tenn to spend a few days with his mother and will bring with him his family when be returns Dr W F Owsley of Burkesville reached Columbia last Monday afternoon en route to Lexington He was accompanied by Mrs James Williams who had been afflictedfor several years and who will visit Lexington for the purpose of consulting a specialist The husband of the lady waS in the party and also Mrs Owsley and little son W F Owsley IVJFor Sale A desirable home in the town of Cane Valley The dwelling is new and contains seven rooms There are one and onequater acres of land If not sold immediately will be for rent Coy E Dudgeon Columbia Ky V 463t Ypu are invited to xmineourlt 1 Siicfe oft Menl Boysvand ChidreaB Suits ad Over oatsfThe Largest iiieft iibcfc ever shown i 1Qiiltf Tt J CA r eIsaooM fl J 1 g lrl 1OJ Additional Locals 1 0 PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W H C Sandidge Greensburg F J Barger Shiloh v ZT Williams Roley f Ji R Crawfbrd Union J F Turner West Fork W J Levi Greasy Creek TE Ennis Beech Grove o Ws Dudgeon Plum Point J F Roach Pierces Chapel wn Cave Russell Springs September Song 1 Published by Request ii This evening so bright With September light I have nothing to fear For my Father is near He guides me aright And fills my sould with pure delight- I hold within my hand Beauties of this trrestrialland In the clover bloom and goldenrod I behold the handiwork of my GodP He leads me along With flowers and song He fills my heart with purest love And lifts my soul to Heaven above Nellie Bly Jamestown Ky L V Turner sold a mule colt to H A Henson for 9500 six head of cattle to Hunn Coffer 115 one cow to Sid Helm for 20 Jo Tom White of color charged with shooting his son was tried fast Wednesday He was fined X200 and given six months in jail The Teachers Association in district No 2 will be held the fourth Saturday in October Circuit court adjourned last Saturday forenoon and Judge Carter left for his home in Tompkinsville Watkins Company IiIin the world 1 am on the Columbia square every Monday Call andseemy goods and get my pricesJno B Grant WANT A FARM OR A Home in Town See G P mythe 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 tfie 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 townof beautiful homes located on almost every street and avenue Some very elegant ones Spine bargains Prices ranging from 5200 to 6000 Call and see my list If you have property for sale list it It costs nothing to list Iicome in touch with all the buyers Iamassjsted by hustling busine3s men located in differ ent parts of the county We can sell your property for you If you wish to buy or sell dont worry but see G P Smythe office in Garnett Building Columbia Ky 40tf Notice An order having been entered at the regular 1010 term of the Adair County court directing that a poll be openedand an election to be held in East Columbia voting precinct No 2 of Adair county on the second Tuesday in Nov 1910 submitting to the voters of said precinct the question as to whether or not cattle or any species thereof shall be permitted to run at large in said precinct Therefore 1 will on Tuesday Nov 8 1910 cause a poll to be opened and an election held at the regular voting places in said precinct submitting to the voters the question as to whether or not cattle or any species thereof shall be permitted to run at large A D Patteson Sheriff of Adair County r A Farm Foi Sale Friday Sept 30 1910 On the above named date I will offer at Public out elY the farm belonging to Adair Montgomery consisting of 81 acres more or less situated on Russells Creek near Eppersons Mill Adair county Kent tucky Terms One third cash remainder in iwo equal payments of one and two years with legal interest lien on land for purchase money Sale hour 10 tgomerlPoYerotAttyfor l 462t fOXES WANTED l OOHSht0utrrelsw 75o llss l Aria Express x Seuc lit a ofrer t W l OD EN C mDhull tvl1 1e Ks 1 Jrieieif jiwt week when adtlMiM W Millar WutfQr8lhlb waJe iMi aNe4 tW iIii f ft s i 7til I ty t l jtt LOUISVllLEMARKETS iveStockIi CATTLE j Shipping steer 525600 1efsteers 3255 25 Fatheifers and cows 3 oo4 60 Cutters T i 2003 00 Canners 100200 BullsS L 25040 aFeeders 415515 Stockers 3004 75 Choice milch cows J350045Qi 15003500tV HOGS Choice 165 to 200 925iMediums 130 to 165 9 p I 900IgsiRoughsN Iv 845 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best Iatabsv I 750800 Culls rV r300375 Fatsheep i 350375 GRAIN Wheat 125 Corn 100 Local Market The following is the Local Market given by S H Grinstead Co today Eggs 19 Hens L 7 09 Chickens j 9 Cocks 3 Turkeys a 6 to 8 Geese V f A 4 Ducks 7 Wool clear grease 20 to 23 Wool washed 28 to 30- 6to8Hides green Hides dry 14 to 16 Feathers i 35 to 40 Ginseng 5 to 5 75 Beeswax 25 D C Moles a farmer of Clinton county was bushwacked one day last week and killed It is reported that Moles was on his way to Albany to testify against parties for selling li quor HV Cane Valley l Messrs Jo and Willie Callison are visiting relatives in Middles boro and Knoxville Tenn this week Mr Dennis Eubank our polite post master has been quite sick for the past two weeks v We are sorry to state that our old friend Dr C D Moore is not improving any Mollie Mat Squires spldherI one third interest in Squires farm to Jo Will Arnold of Watson for 600 cash Wm Francis sold his farm to Willie Hutchison last Thursday for 1600 Mr Francis has bought near Campbellsville and will move there in the near future The most and best tobacco in the history of our country hasj- beencut and housed About three fourths of the crop is burley and is a fine Article None sold yet as the prices are not established Mrs Sallie Kelley lost her fine gold watch last week on the road between this place and her fathers Gadberry Several rom this place were in Columbia county court day Dick Tandy of Bliss was at this place last week buying cat tie and hogsirMr and Mrs Phelps Glens fork visited at George Morn sons last Sunday Ciscero Hood of Garlin made a business trip to this place last Tuesday v M Messrs W H and Zenb Har mpn Richard and Ono McClister ear Aquilla and Joel Darnell and Jv L Johnson attended the State Fair at Louisville last week I Misu Minnie Morriion isgpciid a few weeks in Louisville visit ing her obiter Mrs Kate Bos ton VVj aEpa1rattander the BaPtist Aatctionaf t 7lf fwkvi V rw SwdL k fIl amr f c ilf0 i Our Business iojttSf o We make a Specialty of our Work and we always DO exactly 0 What we Say v OWehhavespared no Expense to Equip our Officewith the Latest O o and Most Approved Appliances 0V o We number our Satisfied Customers by the Scores and we are increasing that nun = 0t 0fte1ydayWe have pleased these Customers because we relieved then 0i Defective Vision 0 v V VIT F Does Your Eye Sight Trouble you If so perhaps we couldrelieve you It will 1A t f charge only when we furnish glasses and 0thenVery Reasonable 0o Ve can repair your Broken Glasses We can Duplicate any Lens on Short Notice 00 AmericanJ 0 0 Optical Colleges rJ 0 0 Drop In and See What t v 0o 1We Can Do For You v 0b V X AY B L HLL and WWOoPhoneNo 2D 010 OOOOOO00400 m 004OOOZ Mr and Mrs R T Gadberry and daughters Ida and Helen visitedrelatives at Ozark last Saturday and Sunday Hollis Morrison made a business trip to Garlin last Monday Vi Mr and Mrs William Young have returned after spending three weeks visiting relatives at LouisvilleMrs Royse of Dirigo visited her parents at this place Friday of last week W R Dohoney bought two head of cattle from John Moran for 45 two from F R Johnson for 21 one from John Henson for 15 jGeorge Morrison sold one mule Massie for 80 one to Elroy Rowe for 63 qne to Jim Hood for 65 six hogfe to L W Bennett for 15 Sam Allen sold one cow to Brack Massie for 3120 The Lash of a Friend would have been about as welcome to A Cooper pf Oswego N Y as a mer ciless lungracking cough that defied all remedies for years Xlt was most troublesome at night he writes noth ing helped me till I used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me com pletely I never cough at night ow3 Millions know its matchless merit for stubborn colds obstinate coughs sore lungs lagrippe asthma hemorrhage croup whooping co lghor hayfever It relieves quickly and never fails to satisfy A trial convinces 50c 100 Trial bottle free Its positively guaranteed by Paull Drug Co a Alt tie New Le E Shea it illy men Ithe K tD Ls of k I t l5 j JIlJ1 it t it r f wffva m ito a IMSI I UWheatc j t Jr E3BQ0E30Qm We have both the Empire and Superi o rin Six or Eight Disc or Hoe ready for f youo hitch to on short notice H OEJoaor tI12b v t Fertilizers r it i y 11H- Tha contain the most PLANT food for theIIeastmoney Is what every farmer wants Give us an accurate description W your land and we can furnish the igrade to suit q 1t3f3tiF3E3 I I The Jffries rdwate Store I II l IIi rFOR THE LANDS SAKE t 4tise Bowker Fertilizer1 1I have been selling the Old Bowker Brands for the pas IIYearsand my trade has increased from year to year and thisisIidence to me that the Bowker Fertilizeris the best made for this section I have sold these goods to leading farmers allover the County who have thoroughly tried and tested them and will tell maybuyvery dear indeed when you come to harvest your crop Remember that Bowkers Ky Special arid Tobacco Grower hYf trihighper centage of Potash lv lbeat my old stand in due time for Fall Trade With a 5fult supply of Bowker gop iCan3n see me and get prices tVwllalsosell Homestead v S SO LOunN MC K IN Eil 4 r Columbia Kentucky f t 1f t r ttI Adair County ift Yearttooiltf NewslItf I I n fQ- J r t I i f c L l t t t 4 i1 30 s t A r 8 f THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWiJ IVi Whimsiesy W 5 ayfYour v future is being made rs ow Tell the truth and 4a etef 4rYfamilyMind the pennies arid your son will spend the dollars Of the two evils choose the one least likely to be foundout One dimple carries more conviction than a dozen diatribes A chauffeur may be described asa man who takes life easily Society s always a generous Come in fora generous income jaRiches have wings Hence ft the multitude of millionaire aviators IItis easy to love your neigh as yoursely if she is pretty jrv vTThe ocean is inevitably treacli fserous being always full of craft drownedrr bier honor in the pure water of j latf enormous solitaire r 4 Things Look Good Jl j Jarty primaries were held in several states yesterday and the j results in them all was to lend jtcomfort to the Democrats for it showed that the Republicans are split In Washington Miles Poindexc ter Insurgent Republican has won a sweeping victory for Senator over all his opponents run Ding ahead of them even in their own home counties In South Carolina C L Blease local option candidate for Gover nor seems to have been nominated over C C Featherbone who favors state wide prohibi tion The liquor question also played a part in the Democratic conven tion in Delaware and the wets won nominating their candidate for Congress In New Jersey where both parties held a primary the re turns show that Dr Woodrow Wilson will be nominated for- y Governor on the first ballot The Republicans probably have nominated Gov Stokes for Sena tor In New York where primaries were held to send delegates to the Republican state convention there was about an equal division between the Old Gtfard and Roosevelt showing that the fight I in the convention will be a sharp 1 le jIIf Sunday Sickness kThe disease Sunday sickness 2as a disease peculiar to church members The attack comes on suddenly every Sunday no sym p Lt toms are felt on Saturday night Uthe patient sleeps well eats a hearty breakfast but about church time the attack comes on t and continues till services are over for the morning k Then the patient feels e sy r nand eats a hearty dinner In fIt the afternoon he feels much bet Ster and able to take a walk talk If about politics and read Sunday ijpapers he eats a hearty supper j f abut about church time he gets f another attack and stays at homet 6 Ij VJBe retires earJy sleeps well ands v wakes Monday morning refreshed and able to goto W tkand ofIShe disease until the vfplloiprip j 11 y 1Tb peculiar iiitoeet are u follows j YTt al xS attack m embara af i t iti1iS ftr r iltJ Y jr i r k jt= It never makesits appearance except bn tbe7 Sabbath J i i The symptoms vary but never interfere with sleep or appetite It never lasts more than twen tyfour hours It generally attacks sthe head of the family No physician is ever called It always proves Cat l in the end to souls y No remedy is knownjSor it except prayer Religion is the only antidote- It is becoming fearfully prevalent and is sweeping thous ands every year to destruction r The remedy On Sunday morn ing arise at seven use plenty of cold water on the face ata plain breakfast then mix up and take internally a dose composed of equal parts of the fol lowing ingredients Will push energy determination selfre spect respect for Gods day re spect for Gods house respect for Gods Book stir well add a degree of love just to make it sweet Take a dose every few minutes before church time un less relief comes sooner If the day is stormy an external appli cation of overshoes heavy coat and umbrellas will be bene flcialA citizena The Lash of a friend would have been about as welcome tb A Cooper of Oswego N Y as a merciless lungracking cough that defied all remedies for years It was most troublesome at night he writes noth ing helped me till I used Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me com pletely 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 Atrial convinces 50c 100 Trial bottle free Its positively guar anteed by Paull Drug Co Pig Notes The injurious effects of feed ing a ration of corn may be over come by feeding skim milk Some people have an idea that a thin hog is a bacon hog It is not but the pig that is well grown on a nitrogenous ration and that is nice and sleek but not fat is the type that tops the market every time While feeding mill feed always make the slop thick Thin slopI are not conducive to good re Young pigs should be sprayed or dipped freely to keep them free from parasites and skin dis eases The main object in the few first months of the pigs life js to give him plenty of bone muscle arid growth Sort get him conditioned to carry a big load of orn to market Dispense with the old sour swill barrel Itis a disgrace on the modern farm Even pigs do not relish old musty sour swill d Young pigs that have no vpas ture should be fed three times a day for nothing injures a young animal more than two or three hours of anxious waitingfor its feed Early maturity lessens the risk from disease Lean lank hogs and poor fences will discourage almost any farmer who has such a combina r tiori e R Man of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and trenl odou3 enir gy er hJJVKidtteYofdr If you want tbftre qualities and the success the bring us Dr KirigV Ntw lAtPiu the BaaicW eii rettla body5ty u w ig hi t 4 5t HELPING HUMANITY Father and Son Viewed Conditions From Opposite Standpoints Twenty years ago say the ChlragtAdvance a discouraged young doctor in a large city was visited once by his old fathers who came up fromnrural district to look after his boy Wellsonbesaidtbow are you getting along Tm not alonjr at all was the disheartened reply Im not do tag a thing The old mans countenance fell but be spoke of courage and patience and perseverance Later in the day he went with his son to the free dis pensary where the young doctor had on unsalaried position and where he spent an hour or more every day The father sat by a silent but intensely in ierested spectator while twentyfive poor unfortunates received help The doctor forgot his visitor while he bent his skilled energies to the task but hardly had the door closed on the last patient whim the old man burst forth- I thought you told me that you were not doing anything Why if had helped twentyfive people in a month as much as you have in one morning I would thank God my life counted for something There isnt any money in It though explained the son somewhat abashed Money the old man shout ed still scornfully Money What Is money In comparison with being of use to your fellow men Never mind about money You go Jght along at this work every day Ill go hack to the farm and gladly earn money enough to support you as long as I live yes and sleep souHd every night with the thought that I have helped you to help your fellow men r SHREWD VICTOR HUGO Quiet Way In Which Me Bullied the Theatrical Managers Here are the methods which Dumas the elder and Victor Hugo employed when they had a new play to offer to the theater Dumas would write to the director of the Porte St Martin My Dear Friend I shall bring you on Monday a play In five acts 1 shall need Mlle Georges Mme Dorval Bocage Lock roy Provost and five new scenes This extravagance would alarm the director who would put off the pro duction of the play till better days Then Victor Hugo would appear and shyly draw a manuscript out of bs pocket He would agree to eTerythir a The stock company would play his piece admirably since all he wanted was a good ensemble no new decora tions would be needed nor any change at all So the piece would be read and as the roles were distributed Hugo would say musingly Dieu how fine Freder ick would be in that part That is true Hotel would murmur and a few days after he would announce that Frederick was engaged Hugo would then remonstrate that this destroyed the equipoise of the cast and Raucourt Laferriere and Mile Georges would be engaged Then Hugo would attack the stage setting Old scenes that the public had tired of were almost an insult to these great artists If Horel showed reluctance at this Hugo would threaten to withdraw his piece And so the game would go on till little by little Hugo had obtained ev erything he wanted even to the changing of the paper hangings in the stage boxes Australias Stony Desert The great stony desert bf north Aus tralia was discovered by Captain Sturt an Australian explorer in 18456 It Is north of the river Darling and Is about 300 miles long and 100 broad consisting of sandy dunes or ridges theIand a gradually retiring sea Accord watersIonly vegetation growing scantily is prickly acacias in full bloom all of stunted growth Water is scarce except in the creeks which are sheltered and this is generally brackish Few travelers cure to traverse this inho pitable desert A Quick Lie rpseace fmlndrecel1tysnved an ejdinert wntc and chain While crossing a bridge hi a thick night mist a suspicious looking theobsrurttyCan you tell me the time govnor he gruffly Inquired You are too late ntf dear sir re plied the actor suavely CIA gentleman who passed a minute ago stole my vtfatch Exchange y The Aftermath Mrs DuPuyl was so surprls to hear that Edith and Mr Sissingham were married You know ttiey lw ksed to clalm their attachment was merely platonic Mrs Kol r Des Yep I remember But now V tear they wouldnt claim It was eten that TIiippIncotts I Exercise tz Wakingwe sre told IB 8gdexelciseTbetter than riding hlan autoinor bile The trouble la that a of tis are not looking for exercise Milwaukee Sentinel A ForecUt f donea Wl1at do you thinwill tiie a id ol the w4mu CJMIII- rlOnTber wonl lie u eIwL enf f ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIRi e IfsWe can furnish anything you may need in rough or dressecj Lumber Roof re ingSash Doors and Blinds Columns i of everyidescripdo n Our stock of Siding Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mou- ldfie n manufactured from Dry Lumber p 1Wecan furnish any material needed in k our line and keep the largestRj assorted stock of Finishing Material of any firm in this section of the State 4eSANDUSKY COMPANYSCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY e ee A Kiss A learned gentleman in this section who has given much of his time to the study of human nature and other important and unimportant subjects has been asked to define a kiss and we print below series of definitions and is you want to know you can take your choice without A kiss he saysis To a bashful mart the acme jof agony Womans passport to her hus bands purse The poorest mothers richest V gift The safety valve of exuberant feeling Natures Volapuk The drop that causes the cup of love to overflow A twofaced action that meets with mutual approval Cupids sealing wax Its like the wind that blows felt but not seen That in which two heads are better than one Two orbiculars in a state of contraction and in anatomical juxtapositionCupids smack Printing without ink no proof sheets wanted V Report at headquarters The sounding system used by the operator in sending d tele gram to the heart The sweetest fruit on the tree of love The best tincture in the household me1iicinecupboard Loves most ecstatic expres sion and sorrows sweetest balm A womans most effective ar gumentThe of ale match A thing thatcanriot be taken Iuwithout giving and cannot be given without taking A universailplaster that heals all wounds given in thoughtless tiffs Enlargement of the heart the symptom of which is contraction of the mouth 1 r A stick ofmattertwo heads and an application Much prizedjby two=of use to no one The dew on the flower of love The electric motor that sends the trolley of love to the Record ers office y rj U 1 The plenipotentiaryt iJ All thought Fd loe Jp ytlegwriter- J A strtetionj of l abortswn pis tn ya ft1Malli alotitar wwld aotArad at lot 1idIil up nrtrt Buckles Anue st sued It wind and wH lit farts fe 8kDt btuPte sa1tLS B otaJPII 4 uoo oJ r um710 S Fifth Avenue Hotel Im PIKE CAMPBELL MGR it- 7 IE 5vi Refurnished Redecorated andemodied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu Kt ilcConvenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and w Theaters vi FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE 1l F Finm ic Louisville Kentucky t4W t V W vnG vivi w i w I I 11K tiIfII m mm 1o 7K i 71 inn- 4 i t Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns e Porch Material Stair Work- Interior V Finish Etcx iLargest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South r i Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods Tf We appreciate them i4 t E1L1 HUGHES CO i I INCORPORATED 211215 Ea Street- LOUISVILLE z U HARDW S Pres J tf COCKE Pres DIETZMAN See W T yneMili Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1889 JVIIMiWIGfiTS 1 mACfITtlSTg DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIBTeeHTHWftlH LOUISliLLe SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work 59 JOBBINQ WORK SOLICITRD Main KY INCORPORATED SAW RepairedrIO=o =oo T I 11 GET OUR PRICES OA U 0 RoofingIISee our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleats and Cap Roofing put on V like tine roof without any nails exposed and is better than any tin roof 0without any nails exposed and it better than any tin roof It Will last a life O time ii d odt iiftiin JWe garry ai stock V Cram and Corrugated Iron Roofing Gravel Rubber and all kinds of Paper Roofing DehIer Bras t 0tOo 116 East Market e4ween Hrst glad crook y O UWiSVtL M KYti tIi j j I J T vl 4 ni r Yi Xti j E1 I tVLKf i i ii yiR THEADAIR COUNTY NEWS t 1 Womans Friend T l Nearly all women suffer at times from female aliments Some women suffer more acutely and havelittlepashould take Wine of CaI dui and get relief Cardui is a safe natural medicine for women prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable ingredients It acts easily on the female organs and gives strength and tone to the whole system TAKE i U13 The Womans Tonic writesCarduiIwas taken with female inflammation and consulted doctor but to doimy my never it AT ALL DRUG STORES 4 An Experienced Party A The invitations for this novel r ijfair were given over the tele phone j without which how did 1 je ever live move and have our being The hostess asked each Jof her twelve guest to come pre pared to tell in five minutes some T incident of their summer Most of them had been on various vacation k trips In this way an J hours entertainment was de lightfully furnished Then there was a reading that lasted 20 minutes given by a friend who w was good enough to share some of her unpublished stories The t 1 place cards laid on the tables f 3 spread on the porch were all fQr1 eignscenes collected by the hostess Delicious sandwich rolls were served iced coffee olives saltednavsand bonbons rv V U Origin of Weeping Plume The weeping feather is said to j have originated in a disastrously f4vt fwet rac meeting in Paris Un curled feathers were brought out afterwards as a humorous al lesion to the catastrophe These meloncholy decorations caught the public fancy and be name immensely smart but their lack cf decorative quality soon t made itself felt and they gave place to the plume pleureuse which while also uncurled hast t thick and numerous fronds ft which obviate the impoverished t appearance of the first uncurled p feathers A rich California lawyer has Hired a 1000 private car to transport his pet dog across the continent And probably the dog gazing from his luxurious quarters envies the freedom and privileges of the street cur r lie sees exercising his muscles 1 n- U Jft jreetfprall fight or luxuriously Jauncbing on a ragged bone pick F led out pf a casual garbage can t For ado Earemuch1lke human- sinthewaY of nonappreciation of luxuries forced upon them or procured without a struggle UrIr n LCure lor Raltl snake Bite j j f 3h ipllowiiig recipe r for the ftepfa rattlesnake was sent to tie editor Of the Tribune last eel whiththege words I will Mirinfee that this remedy will i everyhunrf itredter forty years mlllinois have ued it onYseveral IAT ihat were bitten by rat aeecommgtoElorida 15 i known it to fail o1 litl IJi J J J P Thoroughly soak the wound and sweeled part with pure hogs lard and let the patient drink onehalf pint of the melted lard In severe cases repeat in half an hour and give all the sweetn milk that the patient can drink This kills the poison almost im mediately and the swelliag will disappear in a few days A horse or a cow must be drenched with a much larger dose but dogs will eagerly eat lard and drink milk even when their heads are so swollen that their eyes are closed and the yellow saliva is running from their mouths There are not many horses which can stand sudden changes in either quanity or kind of feed Violation of this rule brings sud den disasterin fact underfeeding is much to be preferred to over feeding A pound of grain and a ruquhd of hay to a hundred weight of horse is a good general rule The kind of working and doing qualities of the horse may vary this considerably however It is marvelous how some close deep ribbed horses stand up on light feeding Pitiful Story The Wednesday afternoon Louisville Times printed the fol lowing Destitute and almost starved Mrs Lizzie Nally fortyeight years of age and her nineteen yearold son were foundlate last ni ht by Patrolmen Savage and Simpson sleeping under the tres tle on the levee When taken before Night Chief Ridge the pair presented a pathetic spectacle Between sobs the mother told how she had been forced to leave her home in Lebanon K because of the allegedcruel treatment she had been subject ed to at the hands of her hus band How she and her son had traveled on the highways with out food or shelter and the hard ships endured After hearing the story of their misfortune MaJ Ridge ordered the police auto and they were sent to a local charitable institute until permanent place can be secured for them rA Farm For Sale Friday Sept 30 1910 On the above mined date J will offer sit Public out5 cry the farm belonging to Adair Mont gomery ConSillting9f81 acres more or less situate on RUN lls Greek near E per nlil1j Adair county Ken tucky Term j One third cub rem Jder in two equal payrheote pjf one wad TtrS with aeBal ister lien oar =ioc c1is mooy ifm pIHI tprrPow K ofAtt r for tau tWl l Ky 1V YtI1 i2 r t I 1lsSligbtlylnjur d On Wednesday evening about 9 oclock as Jesse It Sims and family were returning home their little adopted daughter four years of age was thrown from the buggy and Slightly in jured The accident occurred in front of the residence of Mrs Mainjstreet riding running into a mortar bed The laying of concrete pavements is now going on in that part of town and it is said no signal lights was displayed warn any one passing of danger The child very fortunately es caped with a few scratches and bruises Lebanon Enterprise May Establish Normal School Prof J H Sanders of Gamp bellsyille was in Lebanon Satur day to investigating the advisa bility of establishing a normal school in this city tq open about January 1st next Prof Sand ers has made a great success of his normal school work and if this school is established in Leba non it would be the means of bringing twenty or thirty stu dents to this city from other counties and having a home normal school for the number of who annually go to other cities for this work Here is a chance for the commercial club to get busyMarion Falcon The Grace of Poverty It is altogether a sad reflection that nine tenths of the world is poor and the remaining tenth weighed down with superfluItie- sSt Francis prayed for the grace of poverty for himself and the brothers minor and praised per sonified poverty as the lady of highest excellence doubtless StI Francis knew In the course of the world history there have been a half dozen ethical genius es and when they spoke ofa eternaljtrutha slight and andtemporal transitory there is a certain refinement a certain stoical adjustment of one self to the tune of the universe- In poverty To be rich and not overloaded with tawdry things is almost an impossibility but poverty leaves the wide scope for austere choice of the rare and the beautiful 1 There are tiny huts in outof theway places giving upon won derful extended views of distant hills and layer upon layer of az ure cloudland th furnish more beauty than Lambeth Palace and Versailles together For the spit itual wades and colors an entire locality The rest in the place of the vulgar dissipation of human spiritsjstrength ly Forcing Along the Pullets Separate sex Jas soon as they can be distinguished Aboutt September 35 house pullets in ermanentwinterguarterskeeP1 ing them f shut in and feed lib erally on food high inprpteih This will bring them rapidly to maturity and to laying Keep beefscraps in hoppers always Before them and feed lariCjely on wheat scattered In deep litter Peed on mathea until pullet come to layiN wnen rcuto laying ration 1be 8Yei d W scrapsjn JIoJ j 1117 r BROKE UP THE HABIT A Woman Who Found a Simple Remedy For a Big Annoyarice What bas become of those two chil dren who visited you so often asked one west side woman of another The other smiled discreetly They are the children of my niece and she was making a convenience of me Of course I love the children but I never allow myself to becpme much of a victim of imposition My niece is an extremely gay young wId- ow and she does not like to take care of her children She is fend of shop ping matinees afternoon teas and everything in short which takes her away from home and she got into a habit of sending her children over to my house for me to take care of when ever she wished to gad about I de cided it was time to break up tbe habit for her own good and that of the children as well as mine so I did HI suppose that made your niece angryOh no it couldnt I never said anything about it The last time the children came over I spent the after Bnon teaching them verses from the Bible and they didnt find it sufficient ly entertaining They never came back Just how they managed to work it out with their mother I do not know but I suppose they struck or begged off Of course she could not object to what I had done and it proved a very simple solution New York Press DEALI Jacob Sold Real Estate One of the most stringent real es tate rules of the Astor family Is never sell and only one sale is recorded in the entire life of old John Jacob As tor said Niles F Watkins a real es tate broker of New YorkuIn 1830 Astor tore down his house In Broad way cleared the whole block from Vesey to Barclay street and built the huge Quincy granite hotel known as the Astor House which was one of the first notable landmarks in New York and also one of the best paying pieces of property A few days after it was finished the old gentleman and his eldest son Wil liam were walking through City Hall park where the postoffice now stands and stopped a moment to admire the building the finest hotel in America at that time Pop thats a mighty fine building said William I wish to gracious it wasmineSo answered the father Well Billy give me 1 and you can have It Out came thedolnra big silver dollar that is cherished by the family to this dayand within an hour the deed of the property was made out and recorded This was old Mr Astors only sale of real estate in his life Washington Herald A Solomonlike Decision wascaUedIflock consisting of fifteen young ones was moth ered by two hens a white one and a forIthat the turkeys were his while the man who owned the bronze hen assert ed just as positively that they belong ed to him The justice was puzzled At last a witness came forward who swore that he had seen a dog chase the flock that at the dogs approach the young birds flew up into a tree and the bronze hen took to the woods but the white hen turned and gave battle to the dog The justice thereupon decided that the owner of the white hen was also the rightful own er of the brood of young turkeys New York PressI A Womans Wit The husband of Xydia Childs was an invalid for many years He was not well off In this worlds goods and much of the support of the family was earned by the wife Thinking of this and of his wifes many sacrifices for his comfort Mr Childs once said to her regretfully My dear I wish 1 were Croesus Whereupon Mrs Childs with ready witand gracious tact responded You are Croesus for you are king at LydiaLos Angeles Times PainsIpeople with their imaginary pains says a physi clan A delusion is reality to the sufferer When one believes one has a pain one has the pain All pat Is in the brain and to believe one has it is to have it ltmattersnotawhlt whether the message is sent by ones toe that some kind friend is treading on or whether it Is sent from on part of 1ebtaln to another New tbrk Tribune Unmoved yv 1 understand your antagonist is- calling you every name he can think of Yes replied Senator Sorghum cheerily But lie hasntmuclt of 4 vocabulary Washington Star Much Ins Litllfi Tommy Pep what doom multum in Tommys Pop Multum 1ptUV9men Latia my pnr It jneians you ever seen a tilt Roman in a buthinr suitPhiladd phia Record- DistiNation J l M11i t thai ptii e lzfahc tlb Ofoor f fi w h YN iM Irit1t il lFrJi i fI + iJr s G9e me iJI WEEKLY 5 I GOURIfRJOURNfILf HENRY WATTTI Is a Rational Newspaper Democratic in f politics It prints all the news without r 1 fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY 1COURIERJOURNAr NEWS ONE YEAR e rBOTtI 150 if you will give or send your order to this papernot to the Courier Journal 600Jf Sunday CourierJournal YtS200 We can give you a combination cut I thiSpaper rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write f t X XJ I Woodson Lewis Greensburg Yr Kentucky EACHaStudebaker j BirdseHi nilburn = =WagonsA car load of Oliver Chilled Plows A carload of Disc Harrows A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters and- One= Horse Corn Drills J l ryWall have thegeatestand finest display if 7of Buggi sandother Vehicles ever shown c in this Green River Count ry ready for Spring tradeyk sj ICaLIMEv SALT AND CEMENT 1IWill deliver any kind of fFafm s Implements at any station l on the LNR R Woodson Lewis TheMerchant Greensburr Mail wders promply aJtcnded to 1 oj j t r I 0 TheaAdrl ner JOUIJ1II t i t t tl bIho1eYcar1roIsiL t 7act fif i is It Ts 1 r t ij f S n r t 8 t 01 r J r r it 1 NHWStNHWSs V f Y jD c r tattlmoreNC 4 f vTfr c Editor NewsJ Your readers will be glad to rknoV that I am nearly done pull t ing fodder and still a rootin for Jim Garnett The Cherry Mountain gang with which ram f allied believe that AttorQ eral Gen Kentucky is anponar office and will vote for Jim Gar nett Bryan and Andrew Jack son They have been voting for Jackson biannually for a bout seventy ea snf course a good many have been transplanted to that celestial clime where they don t vote and dont talk poli tics but tune golden harps and sing the song fcf the Lamb on the shores of sw deliverance But as these are called a way others take their places and hence the good work goes on A few years ago an upstart came to where we were voting and said Jackson had crossed the fbridge of A11Saints and was no longer in politics I was aware of the fact but the native mountaineer was like the fellow who was asked if he knew Christ had died for his sins hadhi even heard he was sick i So my political colleagues look ed upon it as a n antielection v campaign lie and got a rope halter rein to lynch him But I told them thathe was a poor benighted foreigner w ho didnt plant corn kill hogs nor cut rtimber in the moon and perhaps didnt know that the ground hog looked for its shadow on the second day of February and I was certain that he wouldnt know that he had to Stir soap with a Sassafras stick He said it was a true bill that where he was brought up jthey planted in the ground never had heard of the ground hog as a sooth sayer and a prophet and would have been as apt to stir soup with an axhandle as any thing else Ignorance was bliss in his favor for we made him hug a stump and gave him one hundred lashes on his bareback and then showed him one end of a bridle path leading out of the State He was well mounted and Young Lachinvar hestopped not for brake he stopped not for stone When I first came here one of the gratifications of a voter was r to visit polling place with a long doubletriggered flint lock rifle with shot pouch and powder horn When it is remembered that Daniel Boons with his colony were from Western North Car olina their skill with these ancient weapons can be imagined Plenty of them could kill a frying s chicken off hand 140 yards Cand would take as deliberate aim at a revenue officer 200 yards t with as deadly effect y While painted churches have supplanted the ancient log build- ingsi and modern and t a s ty i edifice s have taken place of the rookeries t h en called schoolhouses their militant democracy is unchanged and they are for j Bryan Garnett and Jackson rThey didnt know Jim Garnett f but I have been with them twen tyeight years and assured them he is a DemocrattahdsoVls his L father before him Vh iC J K This was good far as ate went ibutthey asked ifhe rvaa hand I with a rifle and ilhiin ofvalor if M told them iie C Uld8hUff a ii entYp1i CIinJ to dark without t t6nitout lall llff lar jf ffiY ji iin court iEueu3 districts where i Ju hiaYb teA torAeY 1JlJld been killed arid five newspaper reporters had failed before dead ly rifles of combatants They asked me how he was on dogs T told them he had three hounds knows as Tray Blanche and Sweetheart which had caught 76 red foxes in Novem= ber of the year I visited Kentucky last and a coon y dog that he called Zep Vance which had caught 104 coo sanl he had a yellow dog with a ring around his neck that he called Yates Webb This dog had treed 200 possums all of which Jim Gar nett caught Of course he was present and all three agreeing when these foxes and coons were caught I further explained that he sold the fox scalps and ebon skins and gave proceeds to widoYs atldI hiS1homea possums This manthwill yotefor Jim Garnett I have just returned from a Primitive Baptist Association 1 took5 as credentials my fiddle and my repeating rifle I went by Forest City N Cn and they looked o nr m y equipments as incqhgruvjal They asked me what in the Sam Hill a Methodist was doing with such para phalia I told then Twas ast signed t9 Dick Carson who keeps a Cur dog I rode up to the house of Bro Carson and his wife told me to alight highIpass word and countersign I had heard that music hath charms to soothe the savage breast and tried to evade the determination of Dandy Jim t The dog grew more furious and I shifted to Granny Will Your Dog Bite But the untutored cuss advanc ed with furious growls and snarling teeth I tried to getv T X my fiddle but could not undo the case I certainly would have played 16 notes appropriate to occasion But young Carson and his mother swung to the dogs collar and said Major you seem out of humor Carson came to the house and said he wouldnt take 25 for Majorhe wass1Jcha good guard dog Such js the way with dogs They will sleep at approach of a hen thief a tramp or a lightning rod peddler and then try to bite a delegate to the Association Next time I go to an Association Ill carry but one musical instrument and it will be a six shooter MelvinL White 1Ha just xeci Iour F4 Stock Ladree andMieses Mantik ed Suar34 d CdAll- Chsn N yt Cuts OR41re 4a CS rn v r Gradyville lt 0Ja jfY mp Our farmers put in last week i cutting tobacco W L Fletcher was at Breed ing visiting hi relatives last week v WL Sharp and Jaines Hoy are nearing completion of two new tobacco barns J A Wilmore left Friday for Lexington where he will enter school again Judge Carter stoppediOyer for night at the Wilmore House last Sunday night while en route to Columbia Mrs Ella T Robertson has been on thesick list for several days i Dr and Mrs S Simmons returned from Louisville last week and for the present they are stopping at Dr L C Nells Quite a numberof our citizens had business in Columbia for a few hours last week before the grand juryfMr and Mrs Brack Cain of Columbia are visiting their fa ther and family this week Mr C 0 Moss started last Monday for Russellville where he will attend annual conference of theME Church We are glad to note that Mrt R P Smith who has been eon fined to his room fer several weeks with fever has about re coveredMr 0 Keltner one of our oldest citizens left a few days ago for the Lone Star State where he will spend several weeks visiting his ChildrenIWe understand be readj in a few our bank building and then the work will be pushed to a finish as soon as possibleMrs Gowen and her sister two old ladies who live alone in this community are in a very critical condition at this timeMrs Millie Hill wno recently returned from the city where she bought a large and selected stock millinery goods will on Saturday October Mst have her display o f hats on exhibition Ladies are all invited to see her good taste in this line of goods The protracted services at Union continues to grow in in terest Dr Holmes of Lebanon Tenn who is doing the preaching i sa forcible and logical speaker His sermons cannot be surpassed The song service is coducted by Prof Clark of Bowling Green The music is just simply delightful Those who fail to attend these services are missing the opportunities of their lives There are three ser vices a day Dinner on the ground Everybody invited to attend Up to this time there has been ten or twelve profes sions as well as the church great ly revived t Holmes There sa gooddei of sick iness in this commnnity Several cases of diphtheria Five cases at R W Baults but alt are reported better i f Mattiet he threeyearold daughter of Mr sand Mrs Willie lEteiird hada severe case of diph theria but it better at this writ tin t X Born totthe rife of Yil littt on the 6th of September- to the e ofYBau1 t one 7th aYiMd Jj J f I i lIwJ SIZ 2 I IL N 7K 7r7K i 7K7f I IfItK J 7K7f 7K7T71S Lindsey Wilson Training School Ii A Sale Place to pot your Children nn11 LITERARY vi EXPRESSlONI MUSICI i m ART y j A Ni Jw Fall Opens September 5 1 1icfE Do not put off your Education beyo1der and more interested In other twovSpring terms and more Total expense one year I 000 For Catalogue address MOSS Ky iv jvwuv LI vivww vAvr viii Iw v f n 7K I 7K I I I IC R I I K rI 7K 71 I 7K I Kn of Willie Beard on the 9th a daughtert Those who went from this place to Louisville to attend the State Fair were J S Beard andi sons Willie and Robert and Mr D PJRiceson and grand son Bennie Rice and Howard Rus sell botIdid considerable damage to corn and tobacco Misses Laura and Ada White MiIvisited Mrs Ann Hardwick of this pl ce last Saturday night and Sunday- J i Banks and wife of near l oflthisSunday Will Dulworth ot Dulworth jmd J D Eubank of t Frazier passed through here one day last week with several head of mules Master Ewin Humphrey was quite sick last week and it was feared that he was taking diph theria but it proved to be at severe case of tonsilitis Miss Judell Robertson and Mr George Rice of this place at tended the singing at Craycraft the 1st Sunday We are glad to note that Jim Riall who has been quite sick is able to be out again Miss Mattie Watson visited Miss Rosie Jones Sunday iYour writer attended the camp meeting at Acton a few Sundays ago The grounds were in fine shape for the occasion and large crowds attended Mr Thomas Powell deputy sheriffwas in this vicinity last week A great many farmers a e- done N cutting arid housing tobac co The crop seems to be agreat ideal better in this sections than it was thought some time ago it would be Mr Wt Feese Jsi building a nice residence on his farm lying between here and Watson which adds greatly to the value of iris farm he havingp1iilta nice barn last winter t t 1 t1OLiuIJO 2 rs 6iJR1ri W l1 q tI f i r 7iJ f n sfir t r f tK ELECTRIC j m LIGHTS Ii 3 0jI Term 1910 v J things v v 4 s i NBILSON Columbia n i I 71 1 K v r i f fr S7i ttG 3QutJiQ8f 3E3E 1f 10 Kentucky FarmsI- f i 0are thinkin of a farm in Central write QIvery lands on good pikes near good schools and colleges with convenientw i railroad facilities We have a few exchanges We can quote you prices of from 3000 to 10000 per acre for limestone lands improved and ready for occupancy in one of the best communities ofWthe State Look on the map for the location of Marion County interested let us hear from youitThe Central Kentucky Real Estate Co tQ Lebanon Kentucky a 30U=30E3HE3 1E3BOE 3CI8E3E THE GLASGOW FAIR 1 I c i September 28 29 30tfi and October 1st are the dates for the 53rdIannual exhibition of the Glasgow Fair This Fair is offering very large andxattractive premiums to Horsemen and Farmers Three Moneys in all rings k200iOO on tobacco and 5000 on corn Send to the Secretary for a Catalogue and examine these premiums and come and get some of them See the Big balloon ascensions Iw A HUGGINS Pres THOS DICKINSON Secy Cave City Ky Glasgow Ky Js f f IFRANK CORCORAN H J ni h Grade S Marble 9 Granite Cemetery work se U5 before- of i all bieryeaJ beywRepresented by C G JEFFRIES m this and adjoining countiesj Main Street Lebanon s Ky t Delus the little son of J S Beard waswon jhe sick list last week and it was thought that he had diphtheria Mr James Humphrey an old aijd respectedcitizenof this community is inva very feeble conditionMrs Millie Watson is very rjQorly with herr annual attack oif hay fever W SBault and familyvvisited the formers brother lGBult at Cane Valley Saturday night and Sunday JinfFQIternd EotreHJbnee j of thilleL visited the formers parfent Mr todMi ibhn Woi tec qtr Jurdy Iwit Saturday t aund i rrA yk rrrJ h STEAM nEAT d fenroutetoengaged in the timber businessI k 4 i V NoticeV4fJjAn brder having been ontared at the jegula August 1910 term of the Adair County court directing tli tpOll be 1 opened and an election ehed in RoleI voting precinct NolofAdajr county i onthesacondTueldayin1foylQiouD mitting to the voters of said precinct 1tlwitted to runat large in gaki precinct Tl fore I Thrill oa Tuesday Mwrli lj t cauM a poll to fite opened andaneltctsKf l ekiatLh u1 noting pleee inak1- prec tt s itt tothe Otqu n M to whether or nc sattl off 1 thereof 1h brittJtp1i t Dy 5of dMt H Tfit