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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t L 0 4 c f i btEt- 1F t L f 1 IfRemr Y i 1 f 1 f ili1 If XIII 6 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5 1910 NUMBER 47 ATTEMPTS SUICIDE Geo Henry Squires Son of Porter Squires Attempts Suicide by p Shooting Himselfff DEED PERPETRATED NEAR MPKNOXt r Geo Henry Squires a son of Mr Porter Squires a prosperous farmer wholives near Portland but in the edge of Green county attempted toitftee hig own life Monday afternoon the 26th of last month Ie was in compa ny with Will Johnston and they were a between Camp Knox and Milltown ini Adair county The young men were talking and Squires stated that be in tended to kill himself Johnston said to him George you are joking you know that you do not want to take your own life A few more words were passed and Johnston turned aside Immediately Squires fired a ball into his own breast It passed clear through his body and he fell Johnston went to the home of the young mans par ents and Dr Booker was called When the physician reached the scene the young man was living and he was placed on a bed and conveyed home The latest is that he is improving and that it is generally believed that he will recover Much sym t is felt for the young man and his father and mother AlexanderSimpson Wednesday evening of last week inj the city of Burkesville Miss Hooker Alexander the accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs W F Alexander was married in the presence of many friends to Dr HB Simpson a prominent young physician of Breedingthis coun ty After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the brides parents a most delightful repast being served The couple received many useful I and costly presents It is our un erstanding that their home for the c present will be at Breeding where the groom enjoys a fine practice I 7 TwentyTwo Indictments The Taylor cqunty grand jury return ied22 indictments classified as follows Murder 1 false swearing 1 petit lar ceny 2 detaining a woman against her will 1 Malicious wounding 1 gameing 5 breach of peace 6shooting on high way 2 drawing a deadly weapon on an other 1 carrying concealed deadly weapons 1 selling liquid beveridge in local option territory 2 selling liquor in localoption territory 1 The christening of the new organ at the Presbyterian church drew a large audience last Wednesday evening A program had been mapped out by Prof Presley Clark who led the singing assisted by a number of young ladies and gentlemen Miss Alice Walker presid ed at the organ an instrument that has r amost melodious tone every note be ing drawn artistically and beautifully The singing was well timed the many voices enchantingdelightfully pleas ing to all present Capt W W Brad shaw was present offered prayer and inade a short and interesting talk The only disease that is giving the physicians of Adair county trouble at this time is dip then a It has been raging in several different neighborhoods and several deaths have occurred among children The Board of Health is doing everything in its power to stamp out the disease Mr and Mrs A P Pattesons little son was alarmI ingly afflicted last week A little Strangehas L 4r Wm Francis will not remove from this county to near Campbells 1yuleuntil the first of next year He has resided in Adair county quite a num her of years making a most excellent citizen We will dislike to see him take his departure but take pleasure inc Cottimending him and his family to the r people of Taylor county WrG Paul Smy the an attorney and rel estate man of this place has heeni t nder6d a position in the Census Department Washington but on account of his business engagements here her pecfully declined Mr Smythes steady habits coupled with honesty and fidelity to his party pointed him put U a suitable person for the posi trt B Gain sold to W T Dohoney 13 steen for8M to J C ohoney 6 gta for f11334 to W JR Dohoney o ataw for 3J eta to Brack Massie t cKniFllan one heifer ii6 to Gee H rrfltord II cattle 1330 QOitoJohn ltfi one eo w forS one opw to Allen Lot 56 two csitoGrW Koft I m to a gcattle 1IeJL to ftULsJJawhorx OM I 0 y orei 7 iei 1 it To Our Subscribers We earnestly ask our subscribers to read carefully the folloWing dispatch from Washington and if those who are in arrears will pay up at once will great aid us aiio will prevent your name rom being dropped from our list The dispatch follows- Newspapers over the entire coun ry have been given to understand that Uncle Sams postoffice department meant business about two years ago when it said that all mail subscriptions in the future must not be allowed to be- n arrears over twelve months News papers in Illinois are now being called n by the postal officials to send them sworn list of their subscribers idicat ng how many mail subscribers are in arrears over one year The department is headed south andas rapidly as possible covering the nation The enforcement of this means a revolution in the conducting of a country newspaper where credit was generously extended by the publishers to their subscribers because they knew the subscribers would pay It will be the purpose of the Adair County News to obey the law hence we urge all subscribers who know they are behind to send in their remittance at once We do not want to lose apa tron but if there are those who are as much as one year in arrears and they fail to pay their names will be strick en from our subscription list V For Sale I will on Friday October 21 on the formerly owned by Jordan Page near Cane Valley sell to the highest bidder the following stock Two 3year old geldings One 4year old gelding Two brood mares Two work horses One pair of 16 hand horse mules 6 years old r Two yearling mare mules t One twoyear old horse colt 16 head of sheep 20 head of cattle yearlings arid 2 year olds Two milk cows 40 head of hogs will weigh about 150 pounds each Two mowing machines One buggy v The sale will commence at 9 ama- nd everything advertised will be sold 482t W C Van Hoy Masonic Election Columbia Council No S 4 met last Friday night and elected the following officers for the ensuing year Geo T Flowers Jr T I M L V Hall D M Vxv ADEattesonC W v GP Smy the Recorder Walker Bryant Treas Horace Jeffries C G Sam Lewis C C it + R F Paull Stewart Jo Russell Sentinel aHorse For Sale j 1 have a good conditioned horse for sale Perfectly gentle drives well not afraidof automobiles nor threshers A safe horse for a lady 48 3t R R Moss Columbia Ky Prof Presley Clark drove up to the Presbyterian church last Wednesday evening and hitched his horse to a near by post A wagon and team came along at which Mr Clarks horse became scat dJand he kicked and jumped breaking the shafts of the vehicle and dishing one of the wheels For SaleFarm and timbered land within amile and less of Russell Springs Fine poplar on part200 and odd acres near Flairplay Adair county 2 dwell ing houses and lots in Columbia Graded School District Apply to H C or Herschel T Baker Columbia Ky 48tf The Adair Montgomery farm in the Joppa neighborhood was sold last Fri day by Eld J Q Montgomery Agent toVirgil Hurt and another party for llQOIMattie a daughter of the late Junius Hatcner of Campbellsville were married recently near Greensburg Both the groom ancLbride have a number of rel atives In Adair county The diptheria in the town of Colum bia has about run its course There were only two cases A D Patterns j little boy and a Daughter of Elmo CritlYafMare better c JlrPeter Bryant and Mo Etb ajJiMpcMas j in- cv 7 tttJfp Lcc Dr Holmes at the Presbyterian Church Dr Holmes of Lebanon Tenn who did the preaching at Union evangelis tic services preached a very strong sermon at the Presbyterian church this place Sunday night ajid on Monday morning left for his home During the meeting at Union there were about fife ty conversions and the church greatly revived Twentyfive of those who e made professions united with thet Presbyterian Church the remainder will unite with other Churches in that locality VALUABLE FARMS In Old Virginia For Sale They are located in the famous James River Valley one of the richest sections in the Atlantic Slope Can be bought for less than onehalf their value If you want to live in a healthy climate with pleasant and profitable sur roundings close to the great markets this is the country For further in formation Address W E Harris 911 E Main St Richmond Va J Born To the wife of Dr L E Williams Glasgow Ky Saturday Sept 24th a daughter To the wife of Dr M E Jones September 27 a son r To the wife of Oliver Willis Sept 27 a daughter To the wife of Grover Grissom Sept 27 a son To the wife of Sam Barbee Sept 28 a daughter born on the birthday of the mother PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W H C Sandidge Ebineezer FJ Barger Mt Pleasant- Z T Williams Columbia- J R Crawford Columbia JF Turner Red Lick WJ Levi Trammels crerk C F Breeding Providence T E Ennes Greensburg WS Dudgeon Milltown J F Roach Fry Thomas Grant a young man about 20 years old a son of William Frank Grant this county died at St Marys Marion county last Thursday night He was a victim of typhoid fever and was sick about one month His moth er and father were with him in his ill ness and was at his bedside when the end came He was a consistent mem ber of the Christian Church Remains were interred in this county Rev LR Crawford will Taegiri evan g listic services at the Mt Carmel church on the fourth Sunday at 7 pm of the present month The Methodist and Presbyterians cooperating in the invitation It is desired that the entire religious forces of the community shall be united in the meeting Dr P H Conover has located for the present in the Russell building and his parlors are handsomely fitted He is a graduate of the Louisville College of Dentistry Friends are invited 48 It There was no truth in the report that the Board of Health had quarantined against people coming into and going from Columbia There are a few cases of diptheria in this county but they are being successful treated It is believed that in a few days the disease will be stampped out Mr Calvin Acre reports to The News that a buggy which was theprop erty of his wife and which was stand ing on the roadside near his residence was cutto recently by some very bad men An effort will be made to r learn the names of the guilty parties 1Xhfarmera of this county were very breaking wheat ground cutting tobacco and corn consequently business in Columbia was not unusually brisk Every body is for the farmer hence men who are engaged in other business can well afford to wait We learnlrom the Taylor County Iri jquirerthat Mr J Smith Clark of Paris Ky has leased the hew 1C er chants Hotel Canipbellsville which firstofpelc Rev B L Curie Was eltcitid Sta tutu Srtary of the Lusyille Ge- Licence closed NJ work W J i1Y t Iti lfj YL The Revival at Union c The revival meeting at the Union Presbyterian church closed Sunday morning There were about 50 profes sions of faith and 24 additions to the- nPresbyterian church DrW B Holmes of Tennessee arid Presley d Clark singer of Bowling Green assisted the pastor Rev J R Crawford The entire community was greatly ben lihegelists All the churches of the Gradyt ville section took an active part meeting and will share in its fruits Public Speaking Hon E Bertram Democratic Nomi nee for Congress in the Eleventh District of Kentucky will address the peo pie at the following times and places Burkesville Wed Oct 5 1 oclock pm i Leslie Wed Oct 5 at 730 p m 1 Tompkinsville Thursday Oct 6 1 oclock p m- Marrowbone Fri Oct 7 10 p in- Breeding FrI Oct 7 730 p m t Columbia Saturday Oct 8 at 1 pm Glenville Sat Oct 8 at 730 pm Everyboay invited a special invitation is given to tlie women and children Listen Farmers Did you know the most valuable thing ion your farm was the manure you pro duce The only way to handle it is with a manure spreader I sell the best makes on the market Call or write me at Columbia KyHughM Noe tf Mr B 0 Hurt reports that his sale was well attended and that everything sold well He disposed of several head of horses a number of hogs and a fewI head of cattle farming implements andi provend r The sale amounted to 500 Mesdames Nannie Scalf and L CI 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 is 624 Third- Avenue 472t We understand thatHon Elzy Bertram Democratic candidate for Con gress in this district will speak at Jamestown the first dayof the Russell circuit court beginning Monday week Doubtless a large crowd will hear him All Royal Arch Masons in regular standing are requested and urged to be at the Hall Thursday evening of this week The minor degrees on Thurs day eve ng the Royal Arch on Friday evening Walker Bryant IL P Messrs J C and W T Dohoney delivered last Monday to Mr Frank Bell of Casey county twentysix head of fat steers at 4 cents Mr JBell has bought about 70 heain this county Rey D H Howerton who is to be come the pastor of the Baptist Church this place will preach here the 5tb Sunday forenoon and evening in this month Mrs Nannie Johnson has removed to her farm at Gadberry a few miles from town Her residence will be occupied by Judge N H Moss and daughters Circuit court will commence at Jamestown Monday week A representative of this office will be in attendance and will be glad to meet all friends of the paper Mr L W I1ennettandfamily are now occupying the residence Mr BenI nett recently purchased of Mr Flowers Jr Thanksgiving Day will be Thursday November the 24AIn due time a pro gram will be announced for the ser vices I am located in the little brick in east corner of th square and am ready to repair watches and clocks I guarantee my work L E Young 472t Monday was county court arid a fair crowd in town Some stock changed hands and rnerchant7 did a fairly good business A little daughter of Mrand Mrs Nathan Dillingham died on Green river afWdaysago She was a victim of typhoid tfeVer Mrs Lucy F Weathcrfbrd ha btIen appointed postmliitrees at Mann tille Tajrior couaty c iJ ub ud4sest i d of year W1I fJ11 i ic 4 G2t gi Jamestown Mr Holt has made an addition to his Hotel which is quite an improvement both as regards space arid appearance Mr Robert Morrison is erecting aIew back and front porch to his resi enceiThe Misses Chamberlain started Oct 1st for their home Birmingham Ala Hon Lilburn Phelps is on the sick st nothing serious we hope We are nder the impress p that it is a case of oo much reflection on past pleasant memories and future prospects It is very hard to beabsent from those we love when hills and rivers divide us and the loved one is far away The hills may tower The waves may rise And roll between My home and me Yet shall my quenchless memories Turn with undying love to thee One of our brightest and most agree able young ladies has joined heart and hand with Dr Lester and gone to make his life brighter but her friends who are left behind feel very lonely without Will W now Mrs Lester One of our handsome dark eyed girls has gone to Bazaar Kansas to visit her sister Mrs Eastman Mrs Eastman was once our pet girl friend Mrs Russell and Mrs Judge Williams started out bright and early on a trip last Tuesday morning They had a good horse and buggy but dear me what a circuitous route and what rough roads They got on the wrong road once and had to turn back about a mile However after many ups and dows we reached the home of Mr George Blak ley and found there a very pleasant family Mrs Blakeley is the daughter of the late Dr Aker We were greatly attracted by the children who are all pretty and bright Mr Blakeley s a holiness man and knows a number of the Living Water Songs Mrs Russell is also warm advocate df that doctrine After dinner we walked through the orchard in company with the children and Mrs Blakeley and found some nice apples We brought some of them home with us also a nice boquet each We met there a very pleasant and interesting gentleman who is deputy for our County Court Clerk Mr Wright informed us that he married a sister of our County Superintendent He says his wife greatly resem bles her brother She must be hand some A Baptist minister preached for us last Sunday morning Bro Waldrop His sermon was a feast for the mind and soul We cannot remember his place of residence He is quite an old gentleman We knew as soon as he began to preach that we had heard him preach some pace some time ago in our girlhood After the services ended I went to him and began to investigate and found that I had heard him preach in Lexington when I was a young school girl With bestwishes for our Columbia friends we bid them j Au Revoir V For Sale 1 v Asixroozricottage with ltlcre lot good young orchard and outbuildings 474t Jo E Flowers lDo not fail to be at the courthouse next Saturday afternoon Hon E Bertram Democratic candidate for Congress will address the citizens of Adair county Wanted at the Lindsey Wilson sev entyfive cords of good wood four feet Pay 2 25 per cord for good size wood and sound Neilson Moss 483t tme to Columbia next Saturday and hear Hon Et Bertram Democratic can didate for Congress Reward of 100 for recoverY of white and black spotted hound pup seven months old Lucian Thomas 472t Gradyville Ky Price of corn is expected to take a considerable drop as soon as the new crpp is gathered I have 200000 pounds of fertilizer ready for the market Place of busi ness back of Russell Co 472t CE Young Mr Geo T Wow rSj Jr and family are now occupying theifnew residence on Greensburg street Born tg the iife ofRevJFBIaek1 the 2nd hit ason j Qi Tbe llCa CourofAdar i4yiiI fr iIft 1 t t jC 1fP I at rik is slI ui t t Louisville Conference COLUMBIA DISTRICT The Louisville Conference closed its labors at Russellville last Monday at oon The following are the appointments for Columbia District T L Hulse presiding elder v Albany W C ChristieABear CreekJ A Goodman supply B rksvilleJ R Randolph j Campbellsviire CircuitG M Ifp cnurch Cairpbellsville StationJ H Walker pasey Creek W H Cobb Clinton Circuit U B Terry Colum bia B M Currie Cane ValleyJ F Black GlensforkT J Campbell supply GradyvilleG W Pangburn Greensburg R T McConnel D T Williams supply JamestownC T Young Mansville J A Johnson MonticelloR L Talley Paytonsburg W A Phiprs sUPply RennoxD T Carter Russell Spring V7E Thomas jf Spurlington and EarlyJ L JMur rell Temple HillJ L Piersy ThurlowJ P Vanhoy J TompkinsvilleH H Jones West Monticello J W Caughron West TompkinsvilleT R Mans District Evangelist E Pennycuff r Student in Vanderbilt University R StevensonA goes to Hopkinsville S J Thompson Presiding Elder Owensboro District Beaver Dam A L Mell J T McCormick Bradford ille The next Conference will be neld at Greenville Ky Notice An order having been entered at the regular August 1010 term of the Adair County court directing that a poll be opened and an election to be held in East Columbia voting precinct No 2 of Adaircounty 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 voter 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 Henry Altschler ought twelve mules from different parties here Monday He paid from 90 to 170 per head Hunn Coffey bought 5 head at from 110 to 165 Bob Lee Caldwell bought 3 mule colts at from 60 to 65 WANTA fARM OR A Home jn Town See G P Smythe The Real Estate Man More than 60 good farms for sale ia Adair County from the best to thef cheapest Located in all parts of the County No trouble about pleasing you Almost everything listed that is for sale Dont buy till you see my list Homes in Columbia and the villages of Adair county More than 30 homes for sale in Columbia the town of beau tiful homes located on almost every street and avenue Some very elegant ones Some bargains Prices ranging from 200 to 6000 Call and see my list If you have property for sale list it It costs nothing to list 1 come in touch with all the buyers I am assisted by hustling business men located in differ ent parts of the county We can sell your property for you If you wish to buy br sell dont worry butsee G P Smythe office in Garnett Building Columbia Ky 40tf Notice I will sell my household and kitchen furniture at private sale Also one good milch cow Mrs Susie Montgomery r The Adair County Cooperation meet ing of the Christian church will convene at Egypt church Friday vening before the fourth Sunday in this month at 730 Program will appear innext issue W tkins Company i 1 I represent one of the best CompamesH in thewor14l am on the Columbia r square every Monday Gall and see my gbodi and get my prices jbiiJno B Grant t Hmllitjn a yiry ideiferrinif clioiredrl t iswho WM eat faoHtjtk A4 1t d at Bakerton JMt ftwdlty Ei funeral was largely k i id by w Wt wdd nU ik t f r i x 4 f1 7 i r 1TADAIR COUNTY 7y THE NEWS Icjrr i r t Death of a Little Child J Stf A beautiful little bud has been plucked from the garden of this world and transplanted in the v paradise of our Lord to bloom in the bright beyond On Sept 6 1910 the death angel visited thehome of NG and Nora Myers and took their darling little Hermon home Her mon was a bright looking baby boy but his stay with father an mother in this world was of short duration but alas ho soon are the fond hopes of loving parents blighted by the cold chilly hand of death His short little life was by no means devoid of good and everything that loving hands could do for him was done but little Hermon left the impress of his sweet life on the fond hearts of his parents grandmother and many other friends and relatives and they will never forget those tender little chups and sweet little smiles He had little cousins who preceded him to the better clime and he is now with them in Heaven Little Hermon came to cheer the home for awhile but his little place is now vacant in the home it is hard to part with those whom we love so dear but Gods will be done Our sympa thie are with the parents They I can not call their little darling baby back but they can go where he is Weep not for he is at rest Little Hermons home was in Indiana and was laid to rest in the Greenwood Cemetery to await the Resurrection His Aunt Mattie K A Theres no Excuse That Kentucky is so far down on the list of illiteracy is due in many respects to the laxity of the parents Evidence of this is shown by the recent announcement of Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction Ellsworth Regen stein that the per capita for the coming school year will be 400 as heretofore That is the State of Kentucky will devote 400 to the education of every child be tween the ages of six and twen tyone years old This isa more liberal response to education than made by many other States but the local taxation on the other hand is much less The discrepancy from this is said to be one of the reasons of illiteracy among the whites Since the State fun J ishes this amount every parent should see that their children ob taifthe advantages therefrom LEx MorgueIThe bodies of 16 infants were unearthed recently in the yard and garden of William Griffiths an insurance man livingin Lon don England Formerly the house was occupied by an undertaker After the Griffiths family took possession he de cided to spade the garden and to his surprise came upon boxes a a few inches below the surface I When Mr Griffiths made his discovery be called a policeman The officer reported to his super iprs end one by one the coffins 1v ere removed until 11 were piled up in the garden Each contain- edr the body of a child Then tlt came five uncoffiried bodies each wrapped in brown paper and sawdust The police are investigating l tbl peculiar discovery Port i aJottem examinations win M l f r 7 AV r i jj H t made of the remains in an effort to determine whether the children were murdered or whether it was a plain case of an undertaker beating those with whom he had contracted to make prop er burials1 J lotsoFunp A memory game is one of the most amusing and interesting isdplayed with two packs of cards twowpacks being exactly alike The one pack is laid in the middle of the table face down and the other pack distributed among the players giving each one ten or twelve as it is almost impossible- to remember any more The cards are laid in a row face upward upoh the table Anyone may begin the game by asking a question either foolish or otherwise as Who will be the first one to be married or t Which one wears the most false hair at the same time turning up a card on the center pack The one whose card matches- it takes his own card and lays if face down on tcp of the card drawn from the pile say ng I will be the one to be married first or whatever the question may have been Then the next person asks a question probably dealing with some characteristic as Who is the biggest eater in the crowd turning up another card from the pile This is continued on around the table until all the cards have been matched and then the memory part comes in Each person is required to tell all the prophecies or characteris tics that have fallen to him one after the other as rapidly as possible If he halts he is al lowed ten or fifteen seconds or some one counts the same num ber slowly and if he cannot continue he is out of the race The one remembering the most and best is the winner The Nomination of Powers The nomination of Caleb Pow ers as the Republican candidate for Congress in the Eleventh dis trict is certainly no honor to his party his district or the State A majority of the party how ever in his district have decided to bear the burden of his candidacy l but it remains to be seen whether or not a majority of the people there will approve it and suffer themselves to be represented in the National House of Representatives by a man with Powers record Thrice convicted by juries of murder and barely escaping a fourth conviction finally securing his freedom through the over indulgent exercise of executive clemency he fought a bitter fight in the recent primary upon the idea of his having been a political martyr and there is a doubt whether or not among his supporters those who believed him innocent out numbered those who thought otherwise and in many instances approved what he was charged with doing in the assassination- of William Goebel His nomination is unfortunate from every standpoint upon which it may be viewed It calls for broader consideration than that of mere partisan politics There oUght to be enough Demo crate highminded Republicans and Independents in that district to combine and defeat him to avert the reproach which his- electionwouldcu upon the dis theStateluckyy f f 0 rJi f f jt j I ROCKY ROAD FOR POWERS Popularity of Democratic Nominee Recognized by Repnblicans The following from a staff correspondent of the Louisville Herald the leading Republican paper of Kentucky is interesting reading Somarset Ky Sept 23 Caleb Powers the Republican nominee for Congress in the Eleventh District will not find his pathway strewn with flowe s in his campaign for election Indeed if the writer is not very much mistaken Powers will find some thorns the largest and most prickly being represented in the person of Eliza Bertram of Clin top county the Democratic candidate The writer is not predicting the defeat of Powers NotbY ReIpublican ous in November but of one thing he is convinced and that is the Democrats of the Eleventh District could not have possibly selected a stronger nominee than Senator Bertram Bertram is a real man He stands for something and he is a man of the people His record in the State Senate is one that is pleasing to his constituentseven- his stand for the county unit bill which is distasteful to thousands- of voters in other sections of the StateBertram took the stand he did because he believed it to be right Onee let him think he is right it is impossible to swerve him By the mountain people Senator Bertram is held in the high est regard He is one of them He knows their faults and he knows their good qualities as well as any man That he is popular wen it is only necessary to point to the fact that he was elected Senator in a district composed of five counties all of which are in the Eleventh District which have a normal Republican majority of about 3000 When Mr Bertram announced his candidacy for the State Sen ate even tie Democrats laughed Gladly they gave him the nomi nation and then they ceased to take an interest in the race Not so with Mr Bertramhow ever he was in the fight to win He organized every precinct in the district and he made a thorough canvas speaking at every point a crowd assembled The result was that he won by a handsome majority surprising both Democrats and Republicans If he was surprised by the result he did not let the fact be known Now he is going to make the same sort of campaign to be elected to Congress as a Demo crat in a district that is Republi can by 20 000 majority Within ah hour after he was given the nomination he had called a num berofhisclose fsiendsabout him and was mapping out his plan of campaign Bertram told his friends and advisers that he was in the fight to win and he proposed to spend every minute of his time from now untilthe iJorganizing The old politicians were inyit edt confer with ii nl very iaeh im regkd with is eirrnestJ- I c ness They realized that they had nominated a man who was going to make a real fight to win even though he w confronted by insurmountable obstacles Then they became enthusiastic and in less time than it takes to tell it they began to rise a campaign fund An Elephant on hands The Republicans have an elephant we shall not say a white their hands inelephantonCaleb His nomination for Congress by a majority so decisive is a striking instance of party spirit quite deaf to prudence if not to reason He will probably be beaten for election When the Republicans of Ken tucky made common cause with Taylor and Powers they took up on themselves a load of respon sibility and when the Governor pardoned them he invited oblo quy The passions of 1900 are no longer flaming Ten years make an era in American politics The Republicans of the Eleventh dis trict are now themselves divided The nomination of Powers over unthinkIconse- quences and must inevitably lead to the election of a Democrat in Novemberif the Democrats put their best foot foremest Of Powers guilty complicity in the Goebel assassination the Courier Journal has never entertained a boubt and cannot see how any intelligent man reading the evidence can entertain a doubtI We should hate to see such son represent Kentucky in the Congress of the United States CourierJournal Heroism in Common Life We need not go back to ancient days nor read of Marathon and Thermopylae tc call a muster roll of heroes The daily papers furnish stories of heroism which stir the blood and lift us above the commonplace of the sordid days into a purer atmosphere Two young girls classmates and dear friends lost their lives by drowning at Wellesley Mass one summer day lately One ventured beyond her depth the other who could swim a little forgot her own safety and struck out to save her friend Both per ished but the one who tried to save tie other was as much a heroine as if she had succeeded A fire occurred one July day in a tenement in Brooklyn James McGrath a fireman climbed to the height of four stories walked on a narrow ledge through the heat and smoke and with in credible courage in the face of terrific danger saved an old man who was ill and unable to help himself from impending death The crowd on the sidewalk call ed to McGrath to come back but he pressed forward and rescued the man counting not his own life dear Both were saved A woman in great peril caught upon a Ferris wheel and suspend ed between earth and sky was rescued the other day from her plight by a workman named John Carroll He had a crippled left hand but managed notwith standing this to reach the woman and drag her into safe yThe man who sees what todQ and does it with quick presence of mind withcoinpJeteuIlcon sciQusness of self isa modern hero He may be a policeman an engineer a telegraph opera tor a coast guard signal ser vice man or anybody unknown to fame but the stuff of which heroes remade is in him Mar gar tE Singst r inthe Christ f v f i rat l J j Tuberculosis Germs If a person who has tuber culosis drinks out of a cup and then another person should drink out of the same cup before the cup has been washed the germ may be transmitted in this way says James Jenkins Jr in Wom ans Home Companion for Octo ber Boiling water kills germs as effectively as any antiseptic and dishes should never be considered absolutely clean that have not been washed in this way Two persons should never use the same towel The plan of individual washstands which is so commonly used oh the con tinent in Europe should be more generally adopted in America If you have a telephone in your house the mouthpiece of the telephone should be cleaned every day just as we clean the dishes we use on the table and should be thoroughly disinfected at least twice a week Germs tubercuIlosis caught from a telephone A good formula for a disinfectant is a few drops of formaldehyde in a two ounce bottle of water adding enoughextract of lavendar or some other pleas antsmelling extract so that the odor remaining after the mouth piece is cleaned will be agreea ble Any druggist couldmix such a disinfectant for you very easily and inexpensively From Womans Home Compan ion for October Pike Leads on Dog Tax Pike county pays more to schools on the dog tax than any other county in the State being long on dogs and short on sheep The school fund of that county received a total of 2140 from the dog tax last year this be ing much more than was paid even in the other mountain coun ties In most of the Bluegrass counties there was nothing paid to the school fund from the dog tax as the amount paid out for losses on sheep was more than the collection on dogsIIn several counties i n Kentucky there are no negro schools for the reason that there are no negroes to attend In Elliott Johnson Jackson Letcher and Martin there are so few negroes that there is only one small school in the county This is rather surprising information to many persons who believed the negroes had spread over the whole State but it proves true by the reports The Freaks of Lightning Lightning plays some queer pranks in old Kentucky Twice it has selected the Clay monu ment at Lexington for its shin ing mark and will again while the great shaft offers itself to the electric currents of the skies and the storms It is a showing that lightning will strike in the same placeand oftener if like conditions are preservedand it is a fact most regrettable that the monument to the Great Commoner is so constructed as to in- viteand jiot defythe light ning And there was the freak of lightning in Ho kinsvillewhen it struck the eye glasse of a wen erable woman from their place melted the rims and dropped the glasses to the floor unbroken The test prank is reported from J l I Jt 4 Boyle county where a bolt of lightning disgusted at the law delays split a tree which had been the fruitful cause of much legislation and bitterness made an appeal to the court of appeals unnecessary and destroyed a lot of legal lore and lawyers fees at one and the same time From thence the bolt jumped to Marrowbone where Pardoned Powers made the winning speech of his campaign cut the roof from the barn and let in the winds of heaven and the rains upon the hay therein and killed a pig before it quit its pranks Business Outlook I The iron and steel industry has long been regarded as a business barometer During the past week orders have been placed for more pigiron than was ever be fore ordered at one time This requisition resulted from in creased orders for all kinds of railroad structural andother steel indicating that business along these lines is still improv ing The railroads of the country are still increasing their equip ment The great shipyards have securedcontracts for warships for foreign nations In every large city of the country build ings are projected which will re quire tons of steel Legislation in several states compels wood withIin the manufacture of machinery tools and novelties is larger than ever before Ail this is due not only to consumption at home but to increasing orders from abroad But recently manufact urers representing several lines asI eign market With such activity in iron and steel production all other products must increase in sympathy Consequently there is ground for believing that no matter how the elections in November may turn business will not be seriously impeded J J Hill recently said that the business of this country was now so independent of its politics as not to be seriously dis turbed whatever the results of an election Beautiful Death Bed Scenes It is related of the late Prof Henry Drummond that when he was about to exchange time for eternity he asked his physician to play for him the hymn begin ning Im not ashamed to own my Lord As the physician did so the dying man tried to sing the words which he so much liked and which so well expressed his faith A most beautiful conclusion of a consecrated and highly useful life In life and in death he worthily confessed his Master vV While Miss Frances EivWil lard lay dying a picture ofJesus was hanging near her bed the gift of Lady Henry Somerset Turning to her ursetedying woman said gentlyrI want you to take this picture to Lady Som erset but before giving it to her theseWordsof the Christ can bring the gol den age ofmaniN wonder t edyin2w rdsQfonewh could think out such a grand thought at such a moment should have eenI Ilow b t1ti J1rto1 bethtG iEii k c 1y 0 j Tr7 T1 iTl Tz 0 r p I L t f I Ii j qrISJ Kt1fA r7 f jii 0fFf C r lHE COUNTY NEW j l L Nb Time Card In effect Monday Dee 81 1908 SOUTH BOUND fSAIN Lv LOUISVILLE An LEBAJJON Ne27 700am 942 am No23 816 am lOrfM am No 7955pm i 740pm 4i No 800 pm 1000 pm No 93 630pm 9bOpm NORTHBOUND tUI Lv LEBANON An LOUISviLLE 1 024 548am 750 am I 078 732 am 1015 am 028fQ22 430pm 655 pm 628 pm 815 pm Jo 92 732 am 1015 am 1ftN 92 and 93 areSunday trains only WILMORE HOTEL W UnLtfaO E PPop P FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GRftDYlILLe KY l D CrenshawIs VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetin t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fairprices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables LOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ONBURKSVILLE STREETI Res Phone 29 Office Phone 40 Dr James Tripletf 4 Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY I 21 0 S Bunbar Hentist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone AttoneyAtLaw Will praduce In this and adjoining counties Jamstown j Kentucky DRM E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist IT Columbia Kentucky Special attention given to Dentistry Diseases of the Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all btliGiriblseases which visits Dumb Brutes OFFICELocated In barn back of Ran cockHotel 1 r Thii f eFfrt It Adair County f iljNe wsCj ptI K r nfit liil J 1 IrierJoiirftai One fiJi tear For i i Ifft 111i5Oa r tt fjk rf I Short Meter Sermons There is no love in the charity that does not court secrecy The easiest way to lose your soul is to sit and sing it away Every great public victory has many a private struggle behind it Square dealing moans to many making all others fit their ang les Many a saint would stoop in service but for fear of losing his tin halo Disappointment is often only a turn ih the road to the highest appointment It is not much use talking over your fidelity if folks do not find you friendly He has little faith in truth who rushes out with a blanket every time the wind of criticism arisesWhen you try to magnify the dictionary in your prayers you may be sure you do not reach the divine You connot always trust the motives of the man who thinks mO1tivos4 tills a Murderer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims But DrKings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicits curing Constipation Headache Billiousness Chills 26c at Paull Drug Co Brain Leaks Thejvorst never happens It is easy to forgive those we love Cheer up Next years peach buds have not yet been blighted The partisan can always find an excuse for voting the ticket straightSpeial interests are not much given to parading but they al ways vote together on election dayThe trouble about the average vacation is that it takes a fellow so long to recover from its fa tigueIn the eyes of the Almighty it doesent make much difference which side of the saloon bar a man does business on When we so old we dont feel like huriYiri4b the window when the ptment goes by well be fit forltlie undertaker A lot of men who howl loudest about their personal liberties never give a thought to the rights of the wives and children dependent upon them Some men can solemnly state the fact that two and two are four and there will be those so thoroughly partisan as to declare it the utterance of a new ly dis covered truth This estirmltedthat on account of the large number of American tourists now in Europe the various steamship lines will be taxed ito their utmost capacity in the next sixty days in bringing citi ensof this country home1from their vacation spent in foreign lands Stick a pin in any of the bunch of travelers and you are almost sure to find that nearly everyone of them is running what some call an infant Industry and the balance of us are paying tribute which enables them to high rollHand see the sights across the leas V It am located in the JittterDri dcii MItt ppiner of the square and am iMciy to rpmir ateh aod cloaks I gtu aatfe B 1 L j t 1 Ltf J U ti 1 r1 O Af ri 1f 1 Kentucky News A jury was finally secured at Henderson to try the case of William K Bull charged with the murder of Ed Duke Dr Samuel T Botts aged sixtyeight years a prominentc physician died at Glasgow The Farmers Bank of Salvisa made an assigment today to the Citizens Bank and Trust Corn pany of Latvrenceburg Mrs W H Martin aged fifty five years died at Carlisle after a long illness Three negroes were killed by lightning n a barn at McQuady Breckenridge county A white Iin man escaped injury Lightning destroyed a large stock barn of William Smiths at Leslie and seven horses perished The contest over the seat of J D FitzgeraldDemocratic County Judge ofVLetcher county was decided in his favor Mrs Fannie Griffith aged sixty years di doi dropsy at West Point Alexander McCandless a farmer of Barren county was stricken in his tobacco field and died after reaching home Its The Worlds Best No one has ever made a salve oint ment or balm to compare with Buck lens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes cold Sores Chapped Hands or Sprains its su preme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at Paull Drug Co Pointed Paragraphs s And many a female hairdresser dyes a spinster Dont blame a woman for putting on airs in hot weather Lots of husbands bring home flowers to their wiyes ncvels A man never loses anything by fastening a muzzle on his tem perIts awfully hard for some peo pie to be both good and interest ingIt isnt always safe to pin your faith to the man with a bigdiaI mond pin The man who is on the level is often compelled to make an up hillfight The man who swaggers is almost as disgusting as the woman who struts There is plenty of room af the topbut high altitudes male most people dizzy The patience and unselfishness of a really good Jwom n cannot be equaled by the best man on earth Its easy for a man to promise a woman to give up smoking on the day she marries him as it is for him to begin again the day after Chicago News Donts for Churchmen Dont forget that there is no virtue without vigor Dont try to put on new life without first putting off the old Dont forget that brotherly boosting helps more than sister ly sympathy Dont fail to observe that Diffi culties of this world impart reality to life Dont forget that no amount of culture can make catheousl out of cabbages ioht forgtfat facts iirbusi f neac count oriipre than felngs illInmtft itW1i Ubit 1r F Aj11 ifiFOi LA ones who get ahead are those who can go alone X Dont expect to become worthy of your past if you are not im proving the future Dont forget that man begins to die as soon as he ceases to see greater goals beyond Dont preach prejudice if you would avoid the poorest way to serve the Prince of Peace Dcnt follow in the steps of the idle who always indicts the stream for flowing the wrong way Reaching the Top any calling of life demands a vigorous body and a keen brain Without health there ino success But Electric Bitters is the greatest Health Builder the world has ever known It compels perfectaction of stomach liAar kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood tones and invigorates the whole system and enables you to stand the wear and tear of yopr daily work After months of suffering from Kidney Trouble writ es W M Sherman of Cushing Me three bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man 50c at Paull Drug Co In the Airship Conductor x Yes madam S Let me 9ffathat pretty cloud Womans Home Companion jWilling to be Reasonable Do you believe in long en gagements he asked after she had consented to be his Yes dearest she replied I have always thoughi Jt was such a mistake for two people to rush into matrimony before they learned to really know each otherWell about how long would you wish the engagement to be Let me see Would you think it was too long if we didnt get married until a week from next Thursday The clover cropiiit was planted at the proper time should now be large enough to protect the soil from the intensive heat of the sun Organic matter i the soil is saved in this way and provision is made for more when the clover crop is turned If the crop is a legume nitrogen is also added to the soil Free Remedy For Weak Bowels bodilycleanlinessternal The one is for your pride in yourself the other for your life and health Both are important but of longrunwatchaboutthelr frorobstructionsthebowelsljeach proceHlotobtain aid ot some kind After findIn thingsrel1eYe t trysimpler j PepsinFor way to be tOtjDragain work naturally at certain hours cimanycenbottlet merits they buy the one dolJart1mUlllle All the members of emily can use it down to the very youngest tonfClw1llcureindigestion liver trouble sick headache keenI etItathKcOUldbenamfKI33r CaldweH personally will be pleased lcaladylceoumayd absolutelyreeJjtter and he will reply to YOU In detaiL OUrJJr J J r 3 S s S Stocks Tip the Acme of Excellence 1 ttNew Fall Carpets it I 1 00 f Rugs and Wall PaperIrAre shown in many representative styles Low prices are linked i to god qualities making trading here absolutely safe and saving ISpecial inducements in Tulaid Linoleums 150 grades per square yard 110 6 patterns Plenty of eachand every yard Jos 1 Wild 6c Gos first grade r Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff 522 524 W Market t r I Louisville Khtucky V L ti xxxXx IY Program The Musical Association will b heldat the Pleasant View Church McGaha Ky the second SundayI in Oct 1910 to open at 9 a m Bible lesson James Nead 0 Invocation RevJames Burton Welcome address Rucker P Grimsley Response Capt Wm Brad I shaw Song 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 G 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 nte mediate tones 1 M Grimsley Perter McCaffree Relative length of notes and rests Ruck P Grimsley John Burton Jr Double measure Joe Kerns Lucian Burton Quadruple M James Kerns B H Burton The program will be intern spersed 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 U G Anderson Committee F J Hughes Adjourned Forever Tentyeight survivors of the Mexican war everyone of them more than seventyfive y ars old met at Indianapolis The secretary Of the association declared the convention adjourned these words It now becomes my sa cred duty to adjourn the Nation al Association of Mexican War Veterans to meet again on that beautiful shore I ask you to rise and dee1rethjj national association adjourned forever The United Press report of the meeting says MThe sad senti jment of thelittle gathering was dramatically expressed by one of itsjnembers who stood when the roll was called and answered s Conrad Gashe Fulton county Eleventh United States Infantry and the last survivor Gatringthe Yankees I heltepubUCalJ Ver l mont is a strong indication of the defeat of that party in Hpyejnr t ber The furth4ict that the DecxKyratama Mtr e aiiL id i I r J JIt J if eTUE I LEI fOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES YEARIIF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET COUNTYI fIND ITUE LOUISVILEE TIMES o BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere Has the best cqrps of correspondents Covers the Kentuckyfieldp r fectlyV Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullestrmar kets reports l v DEMOCRATIC in poiiticsMt fair to everybody SEND YOUR SUBSCklPi lION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER not to THf Louisville Times about doubled their representa tives in the legislature betokens similar conditions in other States where the two parties are more evenly divided than in Vermont L That State is so conservative and- o far behind the times that no insurgent has yet shown his toad a candidate What fun itV would be to scatter about half of the Republicans of Vermont in j toa live State such as Texas and t leave the other half to their po itical fate at the hands of the i Democrats of the Gren Moun am 1 State who are Yi tt f 2 tiYeaaIfl s ugh trQtt i f I fl L t i hi t J4 THE ADAIR COTNTY NEWS J r iC 1t i 4 f THH DHR mm HEWS sTf Published Every Wednesday BY TilE IIAdair County News Company INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic Newspaper devoted to the In terest of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties J Entered at the Columbia Postroffice as sec ond class mall matter WED OCT 5 1910 Democratic Ticket FOR CONGRESS HON ELZY BERTRAM OF CLINTON COUNTY Mr W H Tones who is the postmaster at Glasgow has been nominated by the Republicans ot the Third district for Congress Four thousand persons lost their lives in the recent war in Nicaragua according to Jacob Weinberger manager of the Bluefields Steamsphip Company at Bluefields Nicaragua convenItion1 a platform prepared by the progress vesl and indorsed Presi dent Taft for carrying out to such a large degree the policies of Theodore Roosevelt The Democrats of New York met in Rochester last week nomi nated a full State ticket headed by John A Dix of Washington county for Governor Democrats are hopeful of carrying the r State k r Vice President Sherman is not in it with Teddy He went to State convention Baying that he would be elected temporary chair man He returned home sorrow fully Teddy is determined to have his way in New York if if splits the party and it appears tp be considerably split A prominent Whitley county gentleman one who is in posi tion to know stated a few days ago that Caleb Powers spent 9D000 in the recent primary between him and Edwards He further stated that this money was given him while in prison that he would have to spend 490000 more if he defeated Bert ram The passport of Angelo Alp banD from Ital y has been found at New Orleans and complica tions may now arise with the Italian government It win be remembered that Albano was lynched at Tampa Fla two weeks ago It will likely be up to this government to prove that r the lynched man was an Ameri can citizen Col Theodore Roosevelt was elected temporary chairman of theN w York State Republican rt Convention at Albany by a vote P of 568 to 443 received by Vice President Sherman the nominee of the State committee The Vice President toneofa com- mitteer of two toes rt the Colo cneltothestandCol Abraham tC ruhsrrof Nejf York made a i bitter attack on Col Rooeveit on Jbehatf of the OldGuardJU Senator Bertram Xmocratlc MW ate forC ojenea his J- tj caoai lJn nY J 8 1 l l t 3 Itisaiith t beill tr h mp frpmj 4 r7 now until the election Other speakers will also take the field and every effort will be made to get out the full Bertram vote Every bodyjshould become inter ested keep busy until Nov m the 8th then elect a man who will be a credi to the district DISTRICT CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE i As statedin our last issue very briefly a meeting of the delega tions of the various counties iri the Eleventh district was held at the Newtonian Hotel Thursday night after the convention had adjourned and it was decided to have the district campaign head quarters in Somerset and Wood son May our State Central Com mitteeman was selected to have charge of the campaign Mr May returned Wednesday from Louisville where he atten ded a meeting of the State Cam paign Committee of which he is a member and has opened head Quarters in the Masonic Temple and will soon have everything mapped out and the campaign un der full sway Nothing which can be done will be left undone in this campaign and with victory as the watchword the battle will be waged without ceasing until election day Chairman May will have the hearty ocoperation of every county campaign chairman and local organization in the district in this fight Just now he ia mapping put a plan for Senator Bertram the nominee with reference to speak ing dates and will soon be ready to announce an itinery for that gentleman Local speekers in very county will be given all the work they can do and the campaign will be a lively one The Democrats see a chance to win and they are going to take due advantage of it Somerset Times Gradyville W L Grady was at Campbells ville last Saturday Mr J B3atesfhas been suf fering with Rheumatism for the past week Rev Cave called in his ap pointment at this place last Sun day on account of the protract ed services at Uuion Mr James Q Diddle will leave in afew days forQu nah Texas where he will reside for some time Mr H A Moss of Greens burg stopped overnight with relatives last Thursday while en route to his home Miss Pearl Hindman our ef ficient School Superintendent in ompany with Dr U L Taylor of Columbia was in our midst one day last week Mrs Finis Finn has been in a very critical condition for the past week or ten days Rev Jahn Roach of Eastfork called in to see us one day last week while visiting his son near this place t We are glad to note thakphas Sparks of Weed who is an ex pert in the blacksmith business has rented property at this place arid willmove his family to this place in the near future Mr Sparks will open iip a first claits shop her Succes to you Ghar 1i r tJI the rI IIJ the eropin this part of the couik ty is cut andfghoused in fine shape We are glad to note that we have an extra crop this sea son Uncle Thomas Grady who is in his 87th year informed us that several days last week he cut and put up 25 shocks of corn a day Young men dont never complain of getting tired when an old man the age of uncle Thomas reports like this Mr f Denny who has been engaged in theZblacksmith business at this place for the past year has made up his mind to retire from the business and will in the near future move to Glas gow where he will engage in farming Messrs Yates Marshall John Campbell P V and M L Gris som called in to see our mer chants last week They all re port business looking up to what it was thirty days ago Mr E 0 White of Columbia spent several days with his rela tives and friends in this com munity last week and attended the protracted services Mr White is a fine singer and we were certainly glad to have Him with us- Mesdames E L Reece Rowe Antle Ada Reece and daughter of Jamestown spent several days of last week visiting the family of Mr Strong Hill and other relatives of our community and city Mr JF Pendletoh delivered a nice bunch of heavy cattle that he had sold at 410 per hundred last week Mr J H Kinnaird the popu Jar merchant of Red Lick pass ed through here last Saturday en route to Columbia Prof John Holladay who is teaching school in Metcalf coun ty spent Saturday and Sunday in our city with his children The protracted services a t Union for the past two weeks conducted by Rev J R Craw ford the pastpr and Rev W B Holmes of Lebanon Tenn closed Sunday This has been a wonderful meeting There were fifty professions as well as the church greatly revived Dr Holmes is one of the best re vivalists that has been with us for years and is a very able preacher Up to this time there have been about twenty additions to the church The singing was conducted by Prof Clark of Bowling Green The singing was a success in every particu lar Dr Harvey formerly of this county who practiced his pro fession some fifty years ago in the community of Basil and left there for the Strte of Idaho is visiting his relatives at this place at this time The Doctor is looking fine and informed us that he had quit practicing years ago and is farming at present The Doctors brother of Squire Harvey of Breeding and Mrs JH Moore of this community Russell Springs Judge Murrell of Columbia is here for few days stay FLW l ntwa8 JJ uilvUl lut week f r J Mrs TiiA W n Mrs Susie Vaughn arid dauifHter itturned Banday from i8fe to Columbia Mr Richard Hadfeyia in avery scnous condition He has been ebiDgdto fQt ift i i i t 1 rMisses Bessie and Berthav Ypimg visited their sister Mrs fWillis Phelps Saturday and Sun day Josephene the little daughter ofF L Wilson is very sick this week Mr S Wilson and wife and Mrs Ermine Wilson were in the Cincinnati market last week pur chasing their fall stock of goods Hon James Montgomery Co lumbia was in our town Thurs day night Misses Geneva and Rena Steph ens Dr Elam Harris and Luther Wilson spent last Sunday at Fonthill Misses Bonnie ancTjRuby Chamberlain and Mrs Vertie Stephens visited Mrs J W Kimble Thursday Mrs Ella Vire of Oklahoma visiting relatives at this place isII Mr Tom Bradshaw left for Oklahomat last week in view of looking him out a location where he will remove his family having sold his property here to Mr B 0 Hurt Mr Perry Hutchison was here this week looking after the pro duce business at this place Mrs Lula Winfrey and child ren visited at Jamestown Fri day Mr Guy Diinbar and Mr Tom Stevenson Rowena were here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Frances Dunbar of Effie visited several days here last week Glolsie Graham was very sick a few days of last week The meeting closed Wednes day night Bro Adkins certain ly preached some forcible sermons and to large crowds in at tendance all the time but no visible results yet We feel there was lasting good done Bro Pennycuff is attending the Annual Conference which is in session at Russellville The people of Russell Springs will be very proud to have Bro Penny cuff sent back on this Mr and Mrs workj are spending this week jfbellsville 40n 7 Sparksville A little child of Mr G Bragg is very low with pneumonia Miss Bettie Gadberry of Co lumbia is visiting relatives at this place The singing at Bro WootensI Saturday nigjit was largely at tended Sula a little girl of Grit Janes fell and broke her arm Miss Emly qoten will leave for Texas Monday to make her future home Married on the 20th Mr Viran Coomer to Miss Hester Camp bell The spelling at Antioch Friday night was largely attendedand all reported aHica time JF Gilpin bought one mule from Mr Jeff Rose for50 John Dooley who has been in Indiana several months has re turned home 4J F Gilpia and wife J T Rose and wjfe 6 W Breeding and wife Attended theTbilptizinsf- on Harrods Fork Sunday Mrs Gattie Bragg of Cave City is Tisijdaijr latiVFf his place Alih Wi lJite f on1 I I XM t 1 tiii i j lf1 1 ptiC fHjTable supplied With theBest the Market Affords fr It Meals 35c MJLLEN HOUS- M D MILLEN zrco Proprs Located on Railroad St one square east of L N Station I Lebanon Kentucky r FERTILIZER Jf you want to grow Wheat Grass or Oats the best brands are HTHE GROVES5 See it3rttd get what is suited to your land Sold by G E YOUNG Place ot business back ot Russell 8 Store transacting business here a few days ago Rev L F Payne filled his regular appointment at Antioch Sunday Diedon the 20th Mr James Sneed with complication of dis eases He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss cqnIducted remains laid to rest in the family burying ground Mrs Lula Janes is very sick at this writing V 4 Sorghum making is the order of the day Mr Gilliam Breeding and wife spent Friday night with 0 W Breeding and family Mr Joe Brake and wife are visiting in Cumberland countyI Leslie Roberts has returned to Oklahoma Henry Moss of Greensburg is transacting business at this place Miss Mary Hays is on the sick list Wint Rowe and wife and Mrs JW Yarberry visited relativesl at Dirigo Sunday i y r t lt f The health of this community- is fairly good at present Corn cutting and sorghum making is tHe order of the day in this part The spelling at Oak Grove on the 22nd last month was well attended and we certainly appreci ate the good order that prevailed Mr S H Absher sold to a Mr Allen of Casey county a heifer and some hogs for 155 Mr and Mrs S H Murrell attended a birthday dinner at the home of Mr Tom Hanes of Sano last Tuesday A series of meeting is being conducted at Bearvyallowby Revt joe Turner and others Mn Ho ward Murrell and fam ily are contemplating making their future home tlIllinoiswj hope they will decide not tog as weue rcainlynat iojjiyt them luP i lr P rMr lf ra leave ic about two weeJa foravj it to IJH pif d Be ka ii ol fF fT daughter Mrs Luther Maupin a few days of last week There was singing at Oak Grove last Friday night conduct ed by I M Grimsley If you cant play croquet dont visit the Oak Grove School for a game as it takes a professional to beat em IReV Geo Dehart preached at Oak Grove last Sunday The pupils of the Oak Grove schooLare contemplating having an entertainment on Thanksgiv lItgLi Vj The nomination of Senator Bertram for Congress to oppose Caleb Powers was certainly hailed with joy by the Democrats of this part of the district A It seems that the vision of the Mill Shed singer now of Berea Ky has formed an image near Sulphur Vale Adair county a place more magnificent than the ancient groves of Athens Come again old boy Dirigoi A dog belonging to irJ W McClister died the other day From his actions it is believed that he was mad but John kept himiconfined so that he did no damageThe Harrodsfork ball team crossed bats with the Sparksville team at the diamond of the latter lastSaturday At the close of the game the score stood 22 to 6 in favor of Harrodsfork These teams will try their strength again next Saturday at the Har rodsfork diamond J- i Born to the wife of James G Stotts on the t9tha girl Miss Nora Bradshaw of Mprit pelier community is now a clerk in Melvin Pettys store at Pic nic v A little child of Mr fiand Mrs John Cummins died Jmst Mon day night Jt had lung fever Gardner Harvey and wife wbo have been making their home in Idaho for the past twen tyfive or thirty years are visit ing relatives in thia communii f Notwithstanding the inclement weather last Friday night the spelling at Greenbmr was a sue cessx I liave just JearnJed that the RepuWican i d Haniiony schools ountidb f 5 t 2 THE ADMRCOUNTYNEWSi 5 e J PERSONAL I MrJ B Coffey attended the Horae- alive Pairr f Joe Sandusky was hiJTCamptlellsville Irst of the week l1Ir G A Feese has been quite sickI for several days Mr J B Yates spent a few days in 1 Columbia last week J Mr A W Pedigo Glasgow was C here a few days ago I Mr J W Subblett Cane Valley was here Thursday I Eld J Q Montgomery of LibertyI was here last Friday Mr Geo R Miller is spending a week or two at home Mrs W A Coffey left on an extend ed visit to her old home Ashley 111 last Wednesday Mr C A Bell and wife RedLick were in Columbia a few days ago Mr Geo A Smith made a business triP to Monticello last week Mr Theodore McFarland of Row ena was here Wednesday night on his return home from Louisville Mr R L Faulkner of Taylor coun ty was here Thursday t Miss Myrtle Myers visited relatives in Monticello last leek Mr C L Pyle of Lincolncounty spent Sunday in Columbia Mrs Mary Caldwell hasbeen quite sick for the past ten days Mrs Sallie Walker returned from a visit to Louisville last week Mr W S Feese who lives in Louisville is inColumbia on a visit J Mr 3 B Rasner who was dangerously ill last week is reported better fromil Mr A CJWilcoxin of Fry brother oflIrsW R Myers was here Monday i rMr and Mrs Jo Coffey Jr visited in Campbellsville last Saturday and Sunday Mr HenrySquires and wife who have been livingin Elida New Iexico returned to Adair county last week MrJ3 F Rubartsand his daughtar lMiss iollie of Pellyton visited rela tines in Columbia a Jew days of last- week iMrLutherMr James Cdle and wife of Baker ton visited relatives in Adair the first of the week Mr and Mrs WE Jeffries who live in New Mexico are now visiting in Old Mexico Mr Horace Hamilton was called to Red Lick last Friday on account of the illness of hismother Mr D K Pelleyand his son Othd of Pellyton visited relatives here a day or two of last Dr W F weekIbusiness trip home Thursday nightIMr Geo A Smith was in Russell ville last week attending the proceedings of Conference Jo Mr and Mrs Jo Russells little son who has been sick for several weeks is on the mend Mr J F Shaw of Nashville is visit ing his trade in Adair county He spent Sunday in Columbia Miss Winnie Dohoney returned home Tuesday evening after an extended visit with relatives at Louisville Mr Clarence Page and wife of Frankfort arrived in time to attend the buriai of Dr C D Moore father of Airs Page Mr HF Chewning who has been at home for the past month or two was assigned to Ath rtonville the first of this month Mr M Rey Yarberry and Mr EJWells who are in the revenue service were here a few days of last weekand went into Russell county Mr Geo R Holt Campbellsville was in Columbia last Friday He is pushing the Singer sewing machine and most ladies like to hear them sing Miss Annie Kinnairdof Red Lick J known to many of the young people of Columbia is a victim of fever and has been quite sick for several weeks Mrs J R Crawford left Monday morning for Knoxville Tenn where she will spend a few days visiting relatives and attending the Apala chian Exposition Mr Jamesy Garnett was Y several days if last week but rYSiqkl dition hash greafty improved probably be table to leave his room by the last of this week i Miss Nettie Clark writes her home people here that she is rapidly improv ing and will probably be able to leave the infirmary at Lebanon for home ina eight or ten days Mrs Jewel Smith who spent sever al weeks in Chattanooga Tenn stop ped over in Columbia and spent two r dayswith Mrs Geo E Wilson on her return to her home in Burkesville Mr Jo M Rosenfield who has been f playing ball with the Middlesboro team returned home last Friday He reports that the team for which he played won the penant over Pineville Miss Margaret L Young of Louisville arrived Saturday night and is a teacher in the Graded School The crowded condition of the school made itT nesessary to employ another teacher V AdditionalLocals r NoticenAn order having been entered at the regular August 1910 term of the AdairI County court directing that a opened and an election le held in Roley countylonmitting to the voters of said precinct the question as to whether or not cat tie or any species thereof shall be per mitted to riln at large in said precinct Therefore I will on Tuesday Nov8 1910 cause a poll to be opened andanelectionI held at the regular voting 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 Count Y For SaleiA desirable home in the town of Cane Valley The dwelling is new and con tains seven rooms There are one and d1immediately 463t 0WEWANT YOU i to 0 to examine the Corn King manure spreader O We want to show you the many superior features found 00 1 L In I 0Wethe working parts are arranged I l We want to show you the substantial construction fII want to show you how by using the Corn King V 0Wespreader your Joy can do as much work as a man 0You will be surprised at the substantial construction F I You wont find the Corn King manure spreader like- other xspreaders it is ill a class by itself O a Call today We tire reserving a catalogue for you Itr lit A is filled with valuable information on soil maintenance andt Xfertilizers It is yours for the asking 6AY 01f O Reed Hardware Co 0O 6 tJ e 7 Aif tI itt t I Yf tf0 lf k c 0j iL r i yt 0 r 0Jj JIf 2 i Ti 1 f j 4t J itt1f 1 1rV Lf it a r f g l 1 r 1h r j te Jtt i i i At +4 1 d t Ltcj M t t 1fIj5 rz0IOI00a r i vo W 1 tj r f ri f j lj jf i tt t 9t ar 1k fJjrtt e if r r1r lrr V t r I Your Optical Work it i twm you entrust it to us Will you give us full charge of your Opticalwants If you willwe willsee that it is done with all the skillfulness of the sciences of todaJJ fv Irqj if We will see that you are fitted with lenses that will relieve your eyes of allJ Istrain Ifyou need nose glasses we will adjust them so that they will be firm yet SlJld v comfortable rqJ Vlf you need thee services of an optician you need the best thatyou cehTget v We Offer You That K I Ifyou have broken lenses or frame we will repairuthem I We will do your Optical Work and do it right and satisfactory to you V just as goodas the City Opticians will do i We Please Others let us Please Your Ourt s v Charges are Very Reasonable f f4 L fHILL Jeweler and Optometrist Campbellsyille Ky fj N Phone I No 2 DA O 1 fI1 O 0IOJ ilS tof0gOOO+ i 1i I OiQOQI FOXES WANTED IRed and Grey FoxeskS200 to S250 Squirrels 50to 100- oons r i 75 to 125 And Express Send name of your express office In first letter IWT HODGENBox Oarapbellsvllle Ic- yLOUISVILLEMARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE 3sShipping steer 550625 Beef steersIi i Qi4 505 25 Fat heifers and cows vv 3 504 00 Cutters 2503 25 Canners 125250 Bulls ifc f 250325 Feeders 450500Jr r Stockers ffv 4 254 60 j Choice milch cows 8fl AfU 35iOO4500 Common to fair cows 15003500 HOGS T Choice 165 to 200 1ki VI 900 Mediums 130 to 165 3 5 v 900 Pigs 800 Roughs 6 800 SHEEP ANDiiAMBS Best lambs Vv 525575 tiFatsheep25ti GRAIN Wheat 125 Corn 100 r Local Market The following is the Local Market given by S H Grinstead Cotoday Eggs vr 19 Hensr i 08 Chickens x 8 Cocks 3 Turkeys 6 to 8 Geese 4i Ducks i vJv 7 Wool clear grease i 20 to 23 Wool washed J r 28to 30 Hides greeni J f r 6 to 8 Hides dryl J4 to 16 Feathers rJt J 35 to 40 Ginseng t i iic1 5 to 5 50 Beeswax i V 25 Jcippa 2 fjf Mrs Silas Gap pfGradyyille was visitingt friends iii this vicinity last Saturday and Sunday J- i Miss Lutie Barker entertained a few friends last Saturday night Those preeent were Misses Tin Brockmaii Eva and Eva Murrell Messrs Walter tlUrJ ll 2 Younanr 1 Ex rxErockman f 0 t t f I n t fjfl I Wheat Drills J3CJE3E301E38CJOf We have both the Empire and Superi = or in Six or Eight Disc or Hoe ready for you to hitch to on short notice mCJOCJOI ffff1 Fertilizers U r That contain the most PLANT fo6d for the least money is what every farmer wants Give us an accurate description L of your land and we can furnish the grade to suit1 IDCJOE3ff I The Jeffries Hardware StoreI coioioioio + Lit if FRANK CORCORAN fL Hi h Grade Marble fGranite r Cemetery workSee klretf 7W 4 fall kind y8Miknyv l v A J 1s ti Represented by C G JEFI IES in this and Iif adjoining countiesre VI 1 Main StreettvV + 4 H+ + 4Ji r for two weeks on account o dip theli c 8eVeralfromthisplaceatwhd w edthe bx suppet at DUnbar chaolrho ela t Satu day night and all tad a n time 4dkrC 1 t 1 J r r li 1 f v f J JohJi Brokn riId a tract oft f1 laud sontaming 40 adrJsto Bpss DuBIei for 5OOt x f A little sorlofIfit t lVI6ntgih t ten I aeere attack ofscab Mkt fey tJt ti l Ry4rf0 t 1 to t I 4T1 i i c ad 0 d L 6 t THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS f1 Short Meter Sermons tl vThe noblest duty is the near- estJ one None ever regretted burying a slanderr v The eutcomeof ingrowing piety is pain for everyone It takes more than public gen erosity to correct private greed Side stepping d tywillgivej you plenty of exercise but no strengthINo one gets far in loves les Tsoiig twithoute r heartily When a man is good because it pays z he may be judged by his motives Explaining the commandments is a common way of evading themThe sins that arelproud of be ing little are worth a lot of pains to kill Do your duty and your spirit of devotion will develop itself allj rightAlmost any kind of iniquity will hide underline alias of con scientiousnesss Some men think they are air rmost good because they are afraid to be very bad No church ever lost by love for the weak sinner and a lash for the strong one- Counterfeit tickets to heaven are good to almost every point on the other route Some have hard work getting any religion out of their hearts because so much was once forced down their throats Donts for Churchmenj Dont preach on sunhine if you live in the fog Dont expect to attain great ness if you cannot admire itIDont try to preserve faith by embalming it in ancient ver biage Dont forget that truth is t founded only by following what you have Dont forget that you may fight a lie and still not follow the truth Dont failto learn that char acter i s what we wrest from temptations Dont overlook the fact that lifes danger lies not in its heights but in its cliffs Dont fail to learn that faith is V often the sensefor facts as set above all fallacies Dont get so anxious over impending storms that yourshu t out all present sunlight Dont forget that no man has so many friends that he can af i ford to despise any of them Dont fail to note that when the back of today is broken its always done by tomorrows burden Dont fail Jo note the difference between seeing to do and viv Homemade Philosophy t Jhreis a life study in your bick yard but peoplelike to go f away from home to attend school FL Just as a wagon will drip niud toLa j corrurp t 4 man drip mud ofter getting into f good society b If you awaken thoughtjila iiI f iiiifije humam intellecty you hifcv- epallidt atleutlonesleepert life L l AamtldnW ia1 like ftir kYv 4 Yif t t t 1 1 s r9 sainted mule something out of the ordinary line of natural f events Judging virtuous men by the elect of the Bible I am puzzled to know what virtue is unless it belongs only to dead men Grammar is the aducational wire on which grammarians string words But it takes more than grammatical phrases to convey ideas and awaken thought Some people cant ride a hob by any better than they can ride Ia bucking mule they are always showing more light between themselves and the mule than is emitted from their head end A plaster of paris cat in the parlor is far more harmless tha a nasty Paris dude who wears a twoforfivecents titleaTell your secrets to others and then they wont be secrets any longer Most secrets are like chestnutsto be dropped in due time anyhow The people who are preceeded by a brass band precede their obscurity and go out with the tootings of a selfblown horn The troubles that dont happen are like the Toods that never comethere are others to fol low Finnickey Finnukin 1000 Tears at Each Every day for three years a youth employed by a smelter in Colorado stole 1 in gold He wanted to get married The girl understood She helped him guard his steaIings They 11decidedor a start in married life Of course they got caught just as they had gathered togeth er the sum Now it is a prison cell for the youth and probably for the girl for the officer found the gold in her possession It is too bad that such energy was misdirected The patience with which the gold was taken dollar by dollar never more and never less was worthy of a bet ter purpose It is the sort of courage that makes successful men the ten acity and the fixedness of pur pose which drives even men of moderate talents ito the heights Suppose this youth and this girl had forgotten their dream of a 1 000 nest egg Suppose they had just loved each other enough to sacrifice to do with out what that sum would buy and had fought out the problem of living They might have saved that dolara day had they tried as persistently to save as they did to steal The girl might have had more wrinklesPerhaps she might have been compelled to wear calico instead of dreaming about silks 11 She might have had to sacra fice some of the pretty things might have had to bear the pity of friends who would have told her she was a fool for mar tying a poor man But her eyes Would sparkle with pride as she went outat evening to meet an honest Wean not a thief His embrace woo l have had no inner tension of fear and guilt And the end would have been a home JIot8piiwn Cell ff And if anyone believes that the old adeii tii pole6yi tNa by l tir S v4f rJ old fogy for copy books let him look into the helpless eyes of the youth and girl in their Colorado prison Teachers Association I The Teachers Association to be held at Peilyton October 15thv 1910 V Called to order 9 oclock 1 Song 4 IVVV 2 Devotional exercises W H Lemon 3 Purpose of Teachers As sociation W S Sinclair lu4 How can the teacher se cure interest J N White and Cortez Sanders teacherngive thechildren besides saying Get your lessons Pearl Breeding 6 The purpose of Physiolog- yii the public school W E Sanders 7 True culture how obtained Emma Overstreet 8 Non recess 12 foloclock 9 How does general knowl edge affect the moral life T 0 Morton Robert Williams Owen White 10 Effect of a study of history upon mind and character Mrs Charlie young Minnie Knifley 11 Does education pay Prof Moss 12 How to secure the hearty cooperation of 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 Gotrulment in the public schools G L Perry man Miss Pearl Hindman Pres W S Sinclair Vice Pres forced to Leave Home Every year a large number of poor sufferers who lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate But this is costly and not al ways sure Theres a better way Let Dr Kings New Discovery cure youat home It cured me of lung trouble writes W RNelsonof Calamine Ark when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all cough and lung cures Thousands owe their lives and health to it Its oostively guaranteed for Coughs Colds Lagrippe Asthma Croupall Throat and Lung troubles 50c and 100 Trial bottle free at Paull Drug Co J Danger in Flirting If the true life story of the 16388 Chicagoans divorced in the last ten years were written it would be found that the first station which led toward the Di vorce court was frequently a ro mates flirtation at an amusement park or fashionable summer re sort This was one of the introduct ory comments made by the Rev Perciyal H Baker in a sermon onshe Pace That Kills in Chicago recently Flirting is poteritcause of that coarseness and bestial vul garity which is doing so much at present to impair the beauty and diminish the power of American I home life degrading marriage to the low level ofa convenience levelordsensuality FlirtatiQ1sf o s tet the social evil he continued The firm is flikeJy to discover sftfoiti In other homes tiki jmt Mi d coyiee into practice THus fUrtmg uudt the 211 rx onlyv 7 llry t YOUe GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR I i 1If so we can furnish anything you play need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof ft 1jing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns 1 of every description Our stock of Siding + Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould is w ing manufactured from Dry Lumber We can furnish any material needed in our line and keep the largest and best VV assorted stock of Finishing Material of t4VV t I any firm in this section of the State N Phone 44V 4 SANDUSKY COMPANYCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY 4 Womans Home Companion For October Here is a big complete maga zine for women and children Here are fiction fashions serious articles cooking and a dozen other practical subjects The Home Decoration and Handicraft Department which is growing into one of the most important sections of this journal comprises so many points of interest that any homeloving woman is bound to profit by it in some manner The special articles include The Story of My Boston Drawing Room by Julia Ward Howe Women TheaterGoers by Walter Prichard Eaton The Truth About Equal Suffrage by Anna Steele Richardson and a vital article upon tuberculosis and its prevention by James Jen kins Jr Juliet Wilbor Tompkins Mary Heaton Vorse Fannie Heaslip Lea and Marie Manning are among the short story writers who find a place in the October number of the Womans Home Companion True Lovea thrilling stage story by Hulbert Footner is now in its second part The Fashion Department seems to cover every possible need for the woman who wishes to be well gowned and for the young er readers the Kewpies in verse and picture from one of many interesting features Father is Slain Defending his daughters against the brutal assult of a negro Charles D Hiller lost his life in hs home irivChicago 111 William Jones is under arrest on suspicion of the double crime and his identification has been- established partly through tell tale bullet wound on his wrist He was caught while sneaking r from the Hiller house Mr filler was aroused on the morning of the attempted assault be the screams of his two daughters Clarice t aged 18 and Flor ence aged 12 They were sleeping a together and were awakened when Florence felt a rough beard on her faceVIn answer to theV criesoftl1egirJsHiller rushed to their lana in the fight which followed received wounds that caused rhisdeatbr t The same negro tJ believed r entered the hedraom pfj Mrs Elisabeth HeNebb md was tI1 tent away Irllr in fhe- ewenmg yr c tkr t v iw vviiwislil w ww- nmiivnm r fi7i I tt I inii n m 71Ci m inm 1 Fifth Avenue Hotel a b PIKE CAMPBELL MGR 11 w7r w 4Refurnished Redecorated and e Firstclass HotelI viK i lax Prices Convenient to Wholesa 1II and Retail Districts Churches andvTheaters Ji FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVillEt 5 IFIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS m LouisvilleO f Kentucky 7 CmiiC min m i 71C nC mmmmn i 11 i- iol es s- e 0 e 4 oec o fiUGfiES COftlPll1JV 0 tBLINDSa i i i Sash and Door House in the South Send your orders to us for prompt i goods If We them L E e e v N + 1 N + + + 4+ + + 0 u fARO i Pres J II Pres DIETZMAN See 1861 1889 I IN t SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns Porch Material Stair WorkZInterior Finish Etc Largest Wholesale shipment andgood appreciate l1E HUGHES 1INCORPORATED GO 211215 Main Street- LOUISVILLE i KY COCKE W T Iyfle Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED MIhUWRIGJ4TS mICT4i141STS tDEALERS ENGINES BOILERS SAW MLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 TftlETeeNTftMftIN LOUIS17ILL JQttBINOWORKSOL1CITFf I All Kinds of IVlachinery Repaired I OQOO ONg 0 BEFORE V BUY our 24 Gauge Galvanized GombinedGleabywandjiCap Roofing pulOIl flSee tin roofwithout any naiU exposedand k better than any tin roof 0without any nays exposedand k better that any tin roof It wM last a life 0dme without pamtmg We carry inV stock V Crimp and Corfu ted Iron r Roo6ngQlavelRubberaDdall kin dof Paper Roofing z Dehlerr Bros MarketO beiween first and Brook O fJVILLE l Y Io=o === 00to k J JJI1 J r t THEnADAIRsCOUNTY NEWSr4a1Sr 1 Avoid Dangerj When you are sick or suffering from any of the roubles peculiar to women dont delaytake Car ui that wellknown and successful remedy for wo men Thousands of women have used Cardui and been benefited Why not you Dont take any chances Get Cardui the old reliable ofttried remedy for women of all ages H j TAKECARDUIJ40 It Will Help You lira Luzania Morgan Sneedville Tenn writes For ten years I suffered with the turn of life and tried many remedies without relief I had Pains all over my body and at times I could not sit up At last I took Cardui and now I can do my housework I have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sick women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES S Eller Mr F M Wilson who has been sick about five weeks con tinues to im RusIsellday buying produce Mr Logan Dunbar Jamestown was here on business last Satur day Otis the infant son of Mr and Mrs Bill Brown died Thursday and was buried Friday at the J S Brown grave yard after funeral services conducted by Rev W N Coffey The writer was at Elion busi ness Thursday Misses Allee and Jewel Popple well and Pearl Stephens of Eli t visited Misses Ova and Sophia Popplewell Friday night U S Wade sold a fine milch CoW to Sidney Coffey the first of the week Prof A G Coffey will conduct iian all day singing at Clear Fork Rev J R Grider filled his regular appointment at Clear Spring last Sunday U S Wade is selling out his property and expects to remove Indiana soon fito L Ruby The health of this community cis very good at present- Mr tR G Wilson was at the bedside of his sick sister Mrs J E Bragg last Sunday- X W Scott did business in Columbia one day of this week Miss Ida Coomer Breeding was the guest of Miss Annie Harvey Saturday night 1 Mr Wm H Royse who has been visiting his parents for a few weeks returned to Illinois 1one day this week Arthur Royse made a business trip toColumbia Tuesday Several from this place attend edt Harrodsforkspelling 1i Thursday gh and all reported a nice time Mrs X W Scott and little dalgherRuth visited the family of Arthur Royse Thurs gay Ms Annie Goomer was the gust of Mrs Dora Estes last Sunday Mrgdis Harvey was the rliaravey Sunday tJ l f 1 Weedk A 1 CtUgbeccrYo tric 1 q Jr vingI t i 1 iofr 1 Ji feed is the ordei of the day in this section Mr and Mrs Tobe Moore of Cane Valley were visiting friends and relatives at this place last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J S Moore and daughter of Gradyville spent Saturday night visiting Mr and Mrs W L Fletcher Mrs Gilliam Breeding and Miss Myrti Breeding were the guest of Mrs Allee Firquin Friday Mr Charlie Sparks sold his home at Weed containing 23 acres of land to Mr Arthur Currie for the sum of four hundred and fifty dollars Mr Clarence Coomer is in a criticalcondition with what the Doctors thinlt is bone erysipelas in his ankle Last Sunday the 18th was Mr J L i Moores birthday and his children brothers and the neighborhood set him a dinner He was 72 that day Mr Moore went to meeting and when he came home the dinner which was surprise to him was spread contained thirteen large ra cake besides a host of nice things There were 91 to eat after which Bro Scott of Metcalfe read a chapter and had prayer The oc casion was one that will long be remembered by all present Leneve Was Jealous Something of what Miss Ethel Clara Leneye suffered as half madwith jealousy she impatiently waited the fulfilment of Dr Hawley H Crippens prom ise to make her his wife was revealed this week at the session of the inquest into the disappear ance of Belle Elmore the mur der of whom is laid to Dr Grip pen his typist being accused as an accessory after the fact Mr Jackson in whose house the girl had lived said that Miss Leneve on March 12 last gave up her rooms explaining that she was leaving to be married to Dr Crippen Prior to that about the piddle of February Mrs Jackson said Miss Leneve appeared most miserable and depressed Would you be surprised said the girl if 1 told you that it was the doctor and Miss El more He was the cause of my trouble when you first knew me- Sh JfLhiswieandVhn Isfee their go mikesyme realize my position ji toI what she is and what btnirfe f 1r t jrt3t f Bart Mr Elbert Meadows of Princeton Illinois has returned home after a brief stay in our midst This place was largely iepre sented at the Cumberland Ridge Association Mr L T Acree of Russell inlinourthe list including the Cave Spring schoolCrops are very much better than we expected two months ago and eighty percent crop is predicted Henderson Twyford of Shif ton bought a nice lot of hogs from ElBert H erriford at nine dollars Mr Lim Irvin and family have been visiting his fatherinlaw Jim Dunbar for the last few daysDan Cupid is very busy in our community having united two pair in one week and has made known two or three other en gagements Our farmers are very busy this weekmaking hay saving fodder and sowing wheat Mr and Mrs James B Ram sey are visiting the mercantile houses of Louisville and Knox ville this week and buying their fall and Winter supply of goods Mr Oscar Ramsey and Miss Polly Coffey both of this place were married a few days since Rev Pennycuff of Russell Springs officiating Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for the Kentucky State Fair We unanimously join i wishing them unparalleded suc II cessSLegal Tender In this age of progress and of fixed system of coinage and cur rency the age of dollars halves quarters dimes nickels to say nothing of the little brown pen ny which is the most insignifi cant little piece that we Ameri cans will countenancefew peo ple pause to think of the olden days when money was coined in in so many forms that it required unceasing watchfulness to keep abreast of it Children did not learn to count it in their days then It was a big part o early education to be able to know the value of the many kinds of money that circulated even in Kentucky in the days of the coon skin mink skin hogs r head of tobacco wolf hide possum belt or otter coat A century of the time has not passed since a banking institutio- was an unknown quantity in Kentucky Actual money was not needed to keep the wheels of commecre revolving A coonskin otter skin a possum or mink hide or the shaggy coat of a wolf or wild cat was legal ten der As late as 1812these corn modities were worth a fixe amount and played the part the silver dollars halves Quarters and dimes do today A hogshead of tobacco was a big piece of money in those days and it was not an unusual sight to see a farmer astride a horse or mule or driving sl w poking ox and dragging in his wake a hogshead of tobacco w than improvised axle at etch end the hogshead rolling on the ground behindhimJ He came from miles 0ut in the fstoppedsitsy i 2 i iiL lHe swapped his tobacco for J the necessities of life such sr were not produced In his home He tradedit at a fixed rate for coffee sugar calico and other useful things that were for barter in thestores It was no unusual sight to see a trader loaded to the guards with pelts all having a fixed common value These he exchanged for what he desiredand in turn they circu lated instead of a bettermoneyS- unshine a Crops of this vicinity are very good owing to the season Fodder saving and wheat sowing are keeping the farmers of this place hustling Mr J E Humble of this place was at Somerset on business last weekSeveral people from here attended the Association held at Cumberland Ridge The teachers association held at Coffeys chapel was one of the liveliest we have had for some time After devotional exercises which were conducted by Prof A E Barnes the teachers went right to work and each one gave an interesting talk on their sub jects Messrs 0 L Harris W B Harris and B H McGowen have recently returned from Illinois They report good crops from the partthey left Mrs J E Humble has recent Iy returned from Bowling Green Ky where she has been visiting son Mr A L Humble The school atthis place is pro gressing nicely under the cCre of Prof B H Edmonds Messrs Geo Reed and Jno White have moved to our town they are now cutting lumber for Mr J E Humble Miss Amer FaJIDero Ono is visiting her place Oldaunt Betsey Skaggs of this place who has been sick for some time is no better The school at this place gave an entertainment last Firday night Most of the patrons of the district were out and all were delighted to see how well their children did in reciting and get ting off their dialogues The pat veryfand most of the children seem to be doingexcellent worK r i fKnifley People are very busy cutting up corn and tobacco arid prepar ing to sow wheat andnElby Christie attended the sing ing at Mr John Wolford Wed nesday night and reported a good time MrJ R Christie is in Louis vile this week buying his fall stock of goods v Dr J C Gose passed through todLouisville wastalking of going west before he returned home Mr Johnson Humphress and his brother J J Humphress of Knifley visited their parents Wednesday night Mrrsand Mrs James Humphress near Watson and found then in very feebler health The school at Soyious is moving on nicely with Mrs Fiona Shiyely as teacher She saysifc ii avery plet tnt place to teach Dn Hovious was burried ttthe cl l1Hara grave Yard 71r i ri tir1k fyaiji Jiij t lc r r I WEEKLY t 60URIER JOURNAL HENRY WATTERSON Editor J s1 National Newspaper Democratic in 5politics It prints all the news without or favor The regular price is 100FIfear but you can get the WEEKLY IAN THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I J- I BOTH ONE l FOE YEARI t if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the CourierJournal I Daily CourierJournal Yr S600- I Sunday Courier JournalYr S200 can give you a combination cut IWe Daily or Sunday if you will writeS Paperf t t t t t t t t t x t t t 1 a t t r t t t r t t t t t t t t i Woodson Lewis Greensburg KentuckyS 1 g IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH T StudebakerSBirdsell I flilburn = =WagonsAa cal loadSof Oliver Chilled Plowsto A carload ofSDisc Harrows r A car load of Cultivators Corn Planters11 OneHorse Corn Drills andI Will have the greatest and finest display ofBuggiesand other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Countryready forrl i Spring trade H j v LIMES ALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver anyklndof Farm Implements at any station x nthe LN R R r Wooclson Lewis 2 The Merchatit- Qreensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to t r TIe i Adair County News anil Co derJournaLS t dt IJ y fIJIL 150J t f CJiAf V M1 I fL j fJt t fl f J h 1 YF h f tiN cJ J 4 4i J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS itt v rl7f i I f L J l tJlr It I f- 1f J i I I I I I n 1 AtColumbia Ky Wednesday Oct t t k t 19 191 0J Qhe Good Lot and 3000 in I ibId vent Aw v tyt rf Columbia and the LindseyWilson Training School offers special inducements to the Hameseeker and Investor alike The Graded School is quite an ad= vantage to the City and Public and affords many people of limited means an opportunity educate their children here Just as well as they can by sending them 3j away from home at a great CostBy keeping your children in school at your home you have them under your own supervision and care which in many cases W is of great value in the formation of the character of our children Come to this LofeSale anil buy Lots and build a home where you can educate your children A splendid place to locate and educate your children and spend your declining years It enjoys more than a local reputation as being a moral and desirable place to reside Columbias population is rapidly increasing ajnd real estate has doubled in value in the last five years Within the past few years many people have lo= JI f icated here for the purpose of educating their children They have bought homes and are satisfied Heres room for many more of these desirable citizens f cit LOCATE IN COLUMBIAl t v Investment in Columbia Real Estate have proven profitable others and will to you We have a beautiful tract of land in one of Columbias best resi = ident sections We think you will agree that this is a most attractive place to build a home Investments in these subdivisions have proven profitable to iothers inland towns and it will here We will also sell the mansion house with 10 rooms and about 5 acres of fine land at auction at same dite4 rtp i l t l J f f Come to thd Lot Sale in Columbia If you can par nt you can live in your own homeU This sate will be a good tkhe and place to make your start toward owning your own nome Buy a J tat this Sale while you can get them at ground floor prices Ask your wife if she would like to haye a nice new home made and designed especially for her f I and see if she doesnt smile more pleasantly than she has for years and I knQW you can pay for it on our easy terms Wouldnt you rat r pay 6 per cent interest than 2p per ceQt rent Thi1kof t e satisf ction of living in your own borne and come to the big lot sale in t Jl f Columbia September 19th In new subdivision in Russell Heights is tfie place to invest your moneys The old resident sections were once new Havent they fa t T il h j KM v V P not proven good investments Come to the Lot Sale v vy v r it UJ I u sr t TH I RTVDOLLARS In GOLD Free4 j t It Cost You Nothing For a Chance Conie to the Big Lot Sale and Get a Free Ticket f J if Music 6 one of the Finest Brass Bands in Kentucky f t il jtJt t The Lots that we will Sell at Auction tft 1 j lOn Oclock h Wednesday October 11910 by Far the Best and most desirable lms m Ever Offeredi to the People of Columbiaf They are close to the Schoois Churches arid Inisiness center iONE G00DLOT ABSOLUTELY FREE l1 i I 0 i l I i v 7 fTii- i To every white man wpiman or child who attends this sale w vil1 ve tic eVhch v titSth ti iPate 1 ravi11g f rit Lo 1lt se- I 4bfiheSaie You must be present when the drawing takes placef I rf V rvf V M1 Yf Onethird cash balance one and two years with 6 per cent interest and any aiu wi inV to yth 2 per cent deducted fromvtwothirds purchase Every lot offered will b Sklfwwhatvitbmuh i t lfvJC SlSy Termsisa growing little city Real state advancing rapidly Get on the ground floor at thissale Fhepublic Invited to attend this sale and invest their money where it will bring them handome profite Gome and f bring your friends and buy these lots You will never regret it 1 You may draw the FJTee Lot vor the J 0 or 2Q in gold It coats unothihi for a chance Tjie stigulationB of dik Sale are that no lots will ever be rented sold oi l i r jf tr fi U ji fvto a person ofA oecent t S Ii o i ttJtY j i I JJiFf t f 3 1t especthtl J t o t 2I1 u 1 tytf t j fb jr u J i 4il t f fg i 1 f i r it ij It f JJ1 B pIf U fu ar1illi