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I t A I j 0 J 1f 1J I t s5 a 11 Iiunt lrMi fiij t f t 2 VOLUMFXi SI COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KJNTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 1910 NUMBER 49 Death of an Old Citizen- The people of Columbia were sur prised last Thursday when the news came that Mr Geo R Bennett was dead He had hot been in the best of heath for several years being afflicted with rheumatism b the was often Seen in Columbia being here twp weeks ago He died at the home of his nephew Mr Clay Bennett and his friends here did not know of his serious illness He was about seventythree years old was never married and bad been a quiet peaceful citizen from young manhood to old age A great many relatives and friends attended the last sad rites y Money For Teachers Hundreds of teachers in the publics h ols of Kentucky will be pleased to know that checks for the salaries for the first two months of the present ses sion have been mailed to the county superintendents and the teachers will be giyen their money on the next Saturday The money will make a big hole in the treasury and will leave the school fund empty but by the time there is to be another payment of schoolteachers Capt Ed Farley State Treas urer expects to have enough money to pay off This time about half a million- dollars will be distributed to teachers Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY EllaDohoney c Plaintiff vs 1 Betsey Dohoney c Defendant Byvirture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Aaair Circuit Court rendered tt4e Sept Term thereof 1910 in fferipflumbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th day I of Nov 1910 at one oclock p m or therabout being County Court upon a credit six months the following describ d property towit A certain tract of aJind lying in Adair county Ky on the waters of Russell Creekcontaining about 95 acres This land will be offer ed in two lots divided by the turnpike road The one on which the dwelling and barn are situated contains 50 acres I the other contains 45 acres then it Swill be offered as a whole and the bid or bids accepted which will realize the onob money The judgment and order of sale are rfered to for complete des cription ndboundaryI For the the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg ment Bidders will be prepared to I comply promptly with there terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner The Adair Fiscal Court adjourned last Friday at noon after having been in session four and onehalf days During V the session a great deal of business Was before the Court and many claims 4 were presented and allowed The total 4 amount will probably reach 3500 Be Winfreyrwas a with the Sheriff Mrs Ermine Leach wasTBiwarded the keeping of the poor of in1ijail and poorhouse physician For Sale I will on Friday October 21 on the farm formerly owned by Jordan Page near Cane Valley sell to the highest bidder the ioUowing stock Two 3year old geldings One 4year old gelding Two brood mares Two work horses It One pair of 16 hand horse mules 6 years old Two yearling mare mules 1iOnetcwo year old horse colt 16 head of sheep 20 head of cattle yearlings and 2 year olds Twp thilkcowsV40 head of hogslvrill weigtyaboiit 150 pounds each Two mowing maciiines VV One buggyViThe sale will commence at 9 a m andieyerything advertised will be sold 48 2tVW O Van Hoy If there are merchants other busi ness and professionallmeri in- Russell county who are in need of letter heads jwteheadi envelopes statements or he1Nthe lint two dayriJf circuit court be I ginning next Monday Iilrlorl1fU11 p JT I day and Saturday wj qu i l many ladies ctjlw Hn Mbr tO1days Tbeip were iWiEW I u ijd1 oo ifeptoy Md quite iHimBr of a4 3 j r 5J L JATribute to Rev R B GriderV The following notice is from the Todd County Times published atElkton Ky The subject is a son of Mr W CGH der well known jn Columbia and who is soon to become a resident of Montpelier this county COn last Sunday night Rev RRGrider closed a four years faithful service with the Methodist church in Cadiz and will be sent to another field of labor by the Louisville Conference now in session at Russellville The church here neve had a more popular pastor and one who was more successful in his labors for the betterment of the congregation and the spir itual welfare of the community With a true conception of a j astors duty he has always kept hiirseVE in touch with the people and the man of the world as well as the true Christian has always realized that in him he had a true friend and none ever asked his advice and assistance who didnQtget it There is now in Cabiz and surrounding community a strong spirit of Christian union and brotherhood and no one has contributed more to this one thing than R B rider He is a Methodist in every sense of the word and is devoted to his church yet his labors have been for the betterment 6f the world and the cause of the Christian religion The people of Cadiz irrespective of church affiliation love and admire him and if his return to this place were left to the people of the town we are sure that not a single person in the entire community but would ask for his re turn But the laws of the church make this impossible as four years is the limit that one pastor can serve one charge without change As a monument to his effort during the four years he has served the people of this plae one of the most Attractive houses of worship to be found in any town of the size in the State now adorns the site of the Methodist church in this city and a church alive and thoroughly awake is left to greet whoever may be sent to this field to succeed him Where ever he may be sent by the Conference the best wishes of the entire town will go with him and his excellent wife for their unbounded happiness and success and the prayers ofthe Christian people of the entire town and community are that the Spirit of God may con tinue to bless and guideuthem Tribute of Respect The following preamble and resolu tions were adopted by Columbia Chapter No 7 Friday evening October 7 1910Information having reached Columbia Chapter No 7 Royal Arch Masons of the death of Companion John H Smith a member of said Chapter who departed this life on Oct 5 1910 the end coming at his late homeFont Hill Russell county Ky therefdreV Resolved That in the death of Companion Smith this Chapter lost a faith ful member and his death we as a body of Masons deeply deplore I12dThat we will cherish his memory he has been leceived in that celestrial home Where Chapters therlissouls3d That we tender our profoundest sympathy to his devoted companion and loving children and commend them to the Giver of all that is Good who if they will look unto will heal their broken hearts 4th That these resolutions be record ed in the Chapter Book of record published in the County paper and a copy sent to the widow of the deceased Joe Russell 2 VS iG T Flowers x y E Murrell fV Committee ICome to the Big lot sale Wednesday at Columbia and dont fail to get a ticket that vill entitle you to a chance to either draw a good building lot or the 10 or 20 gold piece These gifts will be given in a way that each and every one will acknowledge is fair Come to the lot sale Oct 19th and re ceive a ticket that will entitle you to a chance to get the free lot or the lOor 20dollars in gold Fine band of music for the occasionV I have 36 acme of ground upon which is a dwelling barn and other outbuildings a small orchard located near Pleasant Hill on Jamestown road fo- rIlale492t Lygora Sadder The managers of the land to be cut up and sold in building lots are here working a big force of hinds getting the land f idy for the lale onQct 19th liaa raunday night just M WieryicieV Prefhyfceriaaiu fiff o ana the wheel ne were Lfearfullj Iw- dKrduVSphSflsn c 9i vhs t oospazts of the d4Ol4XLV yTbYpWS Ft v 1i Birthday Dinner Last Sunday Oct 9th being Mr John Youngs 58th birthday his relatives de cided to give him a surprise dinner At an early hour the crowd was coming in with wellfilled bOxes and baskets which were spread on a table prepared by his two daughters Misses Mary and Mat ye After the noon hour there wOre some fine singing lead by Mr Luther Young and R 0 Cabbell Those present were Mr Wm Young and wife Mr and Mrs Taylor Young Mr and Mrs June Montgomery Mr and Mrs Forest Willis and children Mr and Mrs A 0 Young Mr and Mrs C W Young Mrs Harriet A Morris Mrs Elizabeth Murrell Mrs A E Cabbell Mr and Mrs G E Hurt Misses Elizabeth Young Mary Trout man Eva and Eiva Murrell Bessie and Bertha Young Antha and Bessie Cab bell Harriet Willis Mrs Fannie Willis Mr and Mrs Robt Smith Messrs Everett Montgomery Walter Murrell and Herbert Young Dolph Wilson Evan Cabbell X Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY G A Murray c Plaintiff vs Mont Murray cJ Defendant J By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render ed at the Sept Term thereof 1910 in the above cause IT shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in CCr lumbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th of Nov 1910 at one o thereabout being County Courtupon credit six months the following proper yingIncontaining about 83 acres and known as the Henry Murray lands The Judgment and order of sale are refered to for description andboundaryV For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W HC Sandidge Greensburg F J Barger Smiths Chapel Z T Williams Pleasant Hill J R Crawford Edmontoni u J F Turner Ikft Pleasant 9WJ Menzies Mosbys Ridge B M Currie Columbia Wi T E Ennis Pleasant Valley r J F Roach Gobd Hope 1nGW B Cave Pleas ntRidget 5SViCU NoticeSi lc t r An order having been entered at the regular August 1010 termof the AdaiF County court directing that a poll be opened and an election to be held in East Columbia voting precinct No 2 of Adair county on the second Tuesday in Nov 1910 submitting to the voters of said precinct the question as to whether or not cattle or any species thereof shall be permitted to run at large in said precinct Therefore 1 will on Tuesday Nov 8 1910 cause a poll to be opened and an election held at the regular voting places in said precinct submitting td the voters the question- anylspeCo W B Taylor of Lagrange Ky will begin a revival meeting at Mt Pleas ant four miles north pf Columbia on Monday night the 17 th of this month The meeting will continue two weeks or longer Bro Taylor is a splendid preacher and the Mt Pleasant people may consider themselves fortunate in securing his services MrJohn Sexton a former resident of Adair county but owor Sherman T xas was recently married to Miss Dora BrQCkman The groom i3 a prosperous business man and has been con nected with the Frisco Railway Comp nyfor many years The bride is a charmjng young woman who has many friendsV v Communion services at the Presby terian Churoh Sunday week thefourth Sunday The membership is expected tb be present r c j a 0 Oabbell will open a classrin yooal thusict qiVafteon Moijday DiCbtafter tbMeiAayA tMbDd fit iu inabiss M4i ratoVQ r 2rv iit e 1 r t Jamestown Miss Josephine Dockery has returned from Glasgow where she has been vis iting her sister Mrs Walter Morris Mr John H SmithofFont Hill died this morning Mr Smith has been in declining health for some time He is a son in law of Mrs Mary Dockery of this place and brother of Mr 0 D Smify Mrs Russell and Mrs Crisp dined at Judge Hills a few days ago Mrs Hill is an aimable pleasant lady The parties are all related or connected through marriage 0 BroPangburn who has been the Methodist pastor here for the ii tyear has been sent to Gradyville Wei will miss him and his aimable Christian wife A few days ago there dined at Dr Flanagans two grandmothers the young mother a niece of Mrs Flanna gan and a little babea great niece and one of the ladies a great grand mother to little baby Faulkenburg- Our school here seems to be pro 0f1Mrrooms ahd at home For some of the boys seem to be retrograting in their manners instead of advancing Boys look aloft and advance t Messrs Stone and Meadows seem to he busy I presumes they are getting ready for Circuit CourtVMr Meadows also Mr Otho Wells are improving their homes with new coats of paint etc We are having an interesting prayer t1glTheoff If it keeps on raining they can go down to NashvilleiuTa boat but proba bly the lovely blonds would enjoy more a canoe ride with their gallant escorts sailing swiftly along with music and song Attend the big lot sale in Columbia Wednesday October9th and buy a lot on either of the followiug streets Hindman Avenue Wolford Street B ramie tt Av nuePage Street Alexander Avenue Caldwell Street Each man woman or child who attends this sale will be given a ticket to the draw ing of alot free of charge See big ad on back page of this paper yheiferSWednesday There were quite a num ber of buyers here but their bidding was too low Three heifers were knocked off the bids rejected and tfee public sale stopped After the sale was closed Mr Barbee sold several privately at fair prices He has about forty yet on hand thoroughbred stock a fine time for persons to secure extra good milkers 1 haye a ser of rubber tire buggy wheels which If il1sell at cost SF Eubankj p m VIfit is reported here that some farmers in this county have used parish green on their cabbage to kill worms They have taken a great risk Parish green is a deadly poison and should not be sprinkled on any vegetable that grows upon the top of the ground In spring ling cabbage there is danger of getting enough on one head to kill a whole fam flyS Niceline John B Stetson hats at F Lf KyA493 Br ck Massie and J W Sublett sold that part of the WV 1R Williams farm oh Green river 70 acres formerly own ed by W G McKinley to L A Neat for 2 300 Mr lIeasoldthef rm up on which he is living to J8 Breeding There are fifty acres in the boundary Remember the big lot sale at CQlum jbia- Wednesday Oct 19th ft MrW T Dohoney is having a large twostOCY residence erected and he hopes to get in it before cold weather Messrs WT McFarlahd ndHC Feaee have the contract and they are working several hands Bigjihe fladieand childrens coats ai F L Wilsons Russell Springs 492t Emma a twelve year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Barlett Hood died last Wednesday night She wasa victim of typhoid fever and was sick several iiteek The interment w s Thursday afternoon Jgreat maoy fiends atend thg55 VV iej jW + Grant a nutiye of tI- jeowaset by MJut Coolec nrr uclBU ttt han oItors iotfllf cd e1VV U 4 o ti S ttJf 7V With us Another Year It was very gratifying to the people of Columbia of all denominations when the news reached here that Rev T L Hulse and Rev B M Currie had been returned by Conference to this work They are both zealous workers in the Masters cause and very much liked by every body and jt would have been a source of general regret had they been removed Rev RL Tall ey who has been the Evangelist for Columbia district for two years was sent to Monticello and will be tbe pastor of the Church of that city for at least this Conference year He did a grand work for this district and we take great pleasure in com mending him and his family to the peo pie of Wayne county They will leave some time this week Death of J fl Smith After an illness of several months Mr John H Smith who resided atI Font Hill Russell county died Wednesday morning of last week His death was not unexpected as he had been on the decline for three or fouR monthsHe a general merchant at Font Hill and was interested in several other stores in Russell county He leaves a wife and several children and a host of friends The deceased was a Master Mason and was also a member of Co lumbia Chapter Royal Arch Masons No 7 He was about forty years old and was one of the best known men in Russell county The interment was near Font Hill Thursday friends of the entire nieghborhood attending He will be greatly missed from the community where he so long did businessas he was very accommodating to those who pos sessed but little of this worlds goods Russell county is in sympathy with the surviving wife and children Come to the lot sale Oct 19th and you may receive the lucky ticket to either draw thje free lot or he10 or 20 in gold Young Bros have sold their stock of groceries to Mr Hugh Richardson who will continue the business at the same stand The outgoing firm desire to re turn thanks to their friends who patro nized them and ask that they stay with the new proprietor who is a good busi ness man and who you will find will be a courteous gentleman with whom to deal Commissioners Sale ADAIR CJRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY J 0 Patterson Plaintiff vs Wyatt Hadley etc DeftVByvirtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court i rendered at the Sept Term thereof 1910 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Co lumbia to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th day of Nov 1910 at one oclock p m or thereabout ibeing County Court upon a credit three months the following described property towit Two cer tain tracts of land lying in Adair coun ty Ky nBigqreeknear Gradyville The first tract contains 50 acres but there is excluded from this boundary 1J acre1oldoff to Jas Keen The second tract contains 62 acres more or less and lies one mile north of the first men tioned tract They will first be offered separately and then both together and the bid or bids which bring the most iponey will be accepted Judgment and order of sale is refered tfor complete description and boundary Forthe purchase price the perchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal inter est from d yoflilale until paid end having the force and effect ofa Judg comjply tcountyed since July was taken Co the asylum today Notice To whom it may concern- Nqilejlberebyg em that the E L Sinclair Co has decided to quit business cease to exist as s corporation and wind up in business and frQrnnow fMilIJelected reciever of said corporation ta sell uttllfo stack of goods and property ofsaid corporation find opllec all d Jrts due sme PP preoeeds to fcf payment of said cotpocatiwi debt as raP 7capIMi Lsipearc Oct 1OJ tl 1J t r pp IIi A ft I1L fl cw I t t ft I tj to Greetngs1V 5t Rev B M Gurrie writing from Brownsville Tenn to the News says I am glad to begin our 2ndyears work with you all Am praying that it may be even more profitable and pleasant than the last which has just closed T was called to Brownsville before Conference closed on account of my little boy being sick with typhoid l fever He is better now and if nothing happens to prevent we will be in Co lumbia for business about Friday Oct 14th Shall be glad to meet you all at the Methodist church next Sunday Oct 16th Wife and children join in greetings and best wishes for you allV Bargain Counter Sale Jt We have just received from a N WIfYork Manufacturer a large assortment waisbIand Tailored waist in white black and colors We have placed the entire lot on sale at 98 cents each These are bargains youd better come arunning Russell Co Basket Ball game Friday night at Lindsey Wilson between Columbia Ath letic Association and LindseyWilson AJmission 15 cents5jVALUABLE FARMSI In Old Virginia For Sale They are located in the famous James River Valley one of the richest sect tions in the Atlantic Slope Can be bought for less than one half their value teV If you want to live in a healthy cli mate with pleasant and profitable sur roundings close to the great markets this is the country For further in formation Address WE Harris 911 E Main St Richmond Va Mr Bruce Montgomery nd wife are now housekeeping in their property on Greensburg Street V S 105trIn Campbellsville about three weeks ago one female black and white spotted fox terrier with long tail and L goes by the name of Queen Any information concerning thewhereabouts of the pup will be thankfully received or if found the finder will be liberally rewarded upon its return to my hope in Columbia Ky t J T Barbee Jr Letter frgrh Berea reached Us Unsigned Itwent to the waste basket WANT A FARM i ORSA Home in Town See G P mvtheYThe Real Estate Man JJ i i More than 60 good farms for sale ittV Adair County from the best to then cheapest Located in all parts of the County No trouble about pleasing you Almost everything listed that is for sale Dont buy till you see my list Homes in Columbia and the villages of Adair county More than 30 homes for sale in Columbia the town of beau tiful homes located on almost every street and avenue Some very elegant ones Some bargains Prices ranging from 200 to 6000 Call and see my list If you have property for sale list it It costs nothing to list I come in touch with all the buyers I am assisted by hustling business men located in differ the county We can sell 1entpartsof for you If you wish to dont worry but see G P e in Garnett Building Columbia Ky 40tf r The biggest line ofclothing in Rus sell county can be found at F Lw WiU liOns store Russell Spring 49 2t Mr and Mrs B T Hood ant to ex tpress their gratitude to friends who so kindly waited upon their daughter dur ingiherr illritSf ending in death Quarterly court is in session r Fi Wilson of Russell Springs bought a jersey cow from J PIeGea Herrif ord last Wedpesday considers tion 7600 have fifty suits wWch 1 will close otat cost FV L Wilson Russell 412tSpri JI vr t Fbc SelJsrrwnd timbered anl fi Z wfthiitiIl6 and I fRulpde tc PIM 011 pert2 and oda js W fIi i j Lt4wlf- br Ad1r4t 11 lt bou s sdlo4 CaqisddS dT DIitrict Apiy to ff o o fkW EMl T kr Coiabis Ky t1 i i g iJS 6 I I a I tt r f r t f jfJ j RJ t 1baif ktu wytM t i2I J YPLUMFXIH FCOLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 1910 = NUMBER 49 q Death of an Old Citizen The people of Columbia were sur prised last Thursday when the news came that Mr Geo R Bennett was dead He had not been in the best of health for several years being afflicted with rheumatism but he was often Jj seen in Columbia beings here two weeks ago He died at the home of his nephew Mr Clay Bennett and his friends here did not know of his serious illness He was about seventythree years old was never married and had been a quiet peaceful citizen from young manhood to old age A great many relatives and friends attended 4the last sad rites Money For Teachers Hundreds of teachers in the public schools of Kentucky will be pleased to know that checks for the salaries for the first two months of the present ses sion have been mailed to the county superintendents and the teachers will be giyen their money on the next Saturday The money will make a big hole in the treasury and will leave the school fund empty but by the time there is to be another payment of school teachers Capt Ed Farley State Treasurer expects to have enough money to payoff This time about half a million dollars will be distributed to teachers Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTKENTUCKY I Ella Dohoney Plaintiff vs 1 Betsey Dohoney c Defendant By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Aaair Circuit Court render ed tthe Sept Term thereof 1910 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for jaale at the Court house door in Co lumbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th day L of Nov 1910 at one oclock p m or therabout being County Court upon a credit six months the following describ d property towit A certain tract of land lying in Adair county Ky on the waters of Russell Creek containing about 95 acres This land will be offered d in two lots divided by the turnpike roatf The one on which the dwelling and barn are situated contains 50 acres I the other contains 45 acres then it mIl be offered as a whole and the bid or bids accepted which will realize the anofc money The judgment and order of sale are rcfered to for complete des cription and boundary For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg ment Bidders will the prepared to comply promptly with there terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner The Adair Fiscal Court adjourned last Friday at noon after having been in session four and onehalf days During the session a great deal of business was before the Court and many claims were presented and allowed The total amount will probably reach 3500 Be fore adjournment MrL C Winfrey I was appointed to make a settlement 4with the Sheriff Mrs Ermine Leach was awarded the keeping of the poor of the county at 150 per week per in mate and Dr S P Miller was elected jail and poorhouse physician For SaleII will on Friday October 21 on the farm formerly owned by Jordan Page near Cane Valley sell to the highest bidder the followingstock- Two 3year old geldings One 4year old gelding Two brood mares r Two work horses 4J One pair of 16 hndhorse niules 6 years old Two yearling mare mules One twoyear old horse colt 16 head ofsheep 0 2 J head of cattle yearlings and 2 year olds 1 ymilk cows 4 40 head of hogs will weighabout 150 pounds each Two mowing machines One buggy The sale will commence at 9 al m andseyerything advertised will be sold 48 2t WC Van HOy Jf there are merchants other busi ness and professional men in Russell county who are in need of letterheads note heads envelopes statements or they are invited to see The Newman whowill be in Jamestown betJThe millinery opening In the parlors FrijCay and S was e it siepess many ladies callingringtl two days There were niapy b u lrabts ondisplayandqUlte number of sales madv Iii I A Tribute to Rev R B Grider The following notice is from the Todd County Times published at Elkton Ky The subject is a son of Mr W C Gri der wen known in Columbia and who is soon to become a resident of Mont pelier this county On last Sunday night Rev R a Grider closed a four years faithful service with the Methodist church in Cadiz and will be sent to another field of labor by the Louisville Conference now in session at Russellville The church here never had a more popular pastor and one who was more successful in his labors for the better ment of the cqngregation and the spir itual welfare of the community With a true conception of a j astors duty he has always kept hiirse f in touch with the people and the man of the world as well as the true Christian has al ways realized that in him he had a true friend and none ever asked his advice and assistance who did not get it There is now in Cabiz and surrounding community a strong spirit of Christian union and brotherhood and no one has contributed more to this one thing than IL B Grider He is a Methodist in every sense of the word and is devoted to his church yet his labors have been for the betterment 5f the world and the cause of the Christian religion The people of Cadiz irrespective of church affiliation love and admire him and if his return to this place were left to the people of the town we are sure that not a single person in the entire community but would ask for his re turn But the laws of the church make this impossible as four years is the limit that one pastor can serve one charge without change As a monument to his effort during the four years he has served the people of this plae one of the most attractive houses of worship to be found in any town of the size in the State now adorns the site of the Methodist church in this city and a church alive and thoroughly awake is left to greet whoever may be sent to this field to succeed him Where ever he may be sent by the Conference the best wishes of the entire town will go with him and his excellent wife for their unbounded happiness and success and the prayers of the Christian people of the entire town and communi ty are that the Spirit of God may con tinue to bless and guidethem Tribute of Respect The following preamble and resolu tions were adopted by Columbia Chapter No7 Friday evening October 7 1910 Information having reached Colombia Chapter No 7 Royal Arch Masons of the death of Companion John H Smith a member of said Chapter who departed this life on Oct 5 1910 the end coming at his late home Font Hill Russell county Ky therefore Resolved That in the death of Corn panion Smith this Chapter lost a faith ful member and his death we as a body of Masons deeply deplore 2d That we will cherisn his memory trusting that he has been leceived in that celestrial home Where Chapters as men do not meet but wHere there is one grand aggrigation of redeemed souls 3d That we tender our profoundest sympathy to his devoted companion and loving children and commend them to the Giver of all that is Good who if they will look unto will heal their broken hearts 4th That these resolutions be record ed in the Chapter Book of record pub lished in the County paper and a copy sent to the widow of the deceased t Joe Russell iG T Flowers v V E Murrell 1 Committee ICome to the Big lot sale Wednesday at Columbia and dont fail to get a ticket that will entitle you to a chance to either draw a good building lot or the 10 or 20 gold piece These gifts will be given in a way that eachand every one will acknowledge is fair Come to the lot sale Oct 19th and receive a ticket that will entitle you to a i chance to get the free lot or the 10 or 20 dollars in gold Fine band of music for the occasion fchave 36 acres of ground upon which is a dwelling barn and other outbuild ings a small orchard locatednear Pleasant Hill on Jamestown road for sale 492t Lygora Sanders f The managers of the land to be cut- Up and sold in building lots are here gettingICastSunday night just as services were dismissed at the Presbyterian 1 churri J collided ana the 9lshedlvehicles the occupante of therotheri buggy we did aot learn f f Birthday Dinner IiLast Sunday Oct 9th being Mr John Youngs 58th birthday his relatives de cided to give him a surprise dinner At an early hour the crowd was coming in with well filled bOxes and baskets which were spread on a table prepared by his two daughters Misses Mary and Mattye After the noon hour there were some fine singing lead by Mr Luther Young and R 0 Cabbell Those present were Mr Wm Young and wife Mr and Mrs Taylor Young Mr and Mrs June Montgomery Mr and Mrs Forest Willis and children Mr and Mrs A 0 Young Mr and Mrs C W Young Mrs Harriet A Morris Mrs Elizabeth Murrell Mrs A E Cabbell Mr and Mrs G E Hurt Misses Elizabeth Young Mary Trout man Eva and Elva Murrell Bessie and Bertha Young Antha and Bessie Cab bell Harriet Willis Mrs Fannie Willis Mr and Mrs Robt Smith Messrs Everett Montgomery Walter Murrell and Herbert Young Dolph Wilson Evan Cabbell X Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY G A Murray c Plaintiff vs Mont Murray c Defendant By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render ed at the Sept Term thereof 1910 in the above cause ishall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Co lumbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th of Nov 1910 at one mor thereabout being County Courtupon credit six months the following property towit A certain tract of land ying- n Adair County Ky on Russell Creek containing about 83 acres and known as the Henry Murray lands The Judg ment and order of sale are refered to for description and boundary For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal tlriterest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W H C Sandidge Greensburg- F J Barger Smiths Chapel Z T Williams Pleasant Hill J R Crawford Edmonton iJtJ J F Turner Mt Pleasant jyoWJ Menzies Mosbys Ridge B M Currie Columbia T E Ennis Pleasant Valley J F Roach God Hope J F Black Cane Valley G W Pangburn Elroy W B Cave Pleasant Ridge it Notice iAn 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 Adair county on the second Tuesday in Nov 1910 submitting to the voters of said precinct the question as to whether or not cattle or any species thereof shall be permitted to run at large in said precinct Therefore 1 will on Tuesday Nov 8 1910 cause a poll to be opened and an election held at the regular voting places in said precinct submitting td the voters the question anyIW B Taylor of Lagrange Kv will begin a revival meeting at Mt Pleas ant four miles north of Columbia on Monday night the 17th of this month The meeting will continue two weeks or longer Bro Taylor is a splendid preacher and the Mt Pleasant people may consider themselves fortunate in securing his services residentIDora groom a pros perous business man and has been connected with the Frisco Railway Company for many years The bride is a charming young woman who has many friends Communion services at the Presby terian Church Sunday week the fourth Sunday The membership is expected to be presentIt R 0 Gabbell will Open a classvin vocal music at Cane Vafley on Monday night after the JJrd Sunday Circuit Courtwill open at Jamestown next Monday A representative ofibis ppewill be in attendance andirwputa be glad to meet all rljnds of the1pubh eatfom jprt A v r t W 1l J Jamestown Miss Josephine Dockery has returned from Glasgow where she has been visiting her sister Mrs Walter Morris Mr John H Smithof Font Hill died this morning Mr Smith has been in declining health for some time He is a sonin law of Mrs Mary Dockery of this place and brother of Mr 0 D Smith Mrs Russell and Mrs Crisp dinedat Judge Hills a few days ago Mrs Hill is an aimable pleasant lady The parties are all related or connected through marriage Bro Pangburn who has been the Methodist pastor here for the list year has been sent to Gradyville We will miss him and his aimable Christian wifeA few days ago there dined at Dr Flanagans two grandmothers the young mother a niece of Mrs Flanna gan and a little babe a great niece and one of the ladies a great grand mother to little baby Faulkenburg Our school here seems to be pro gressing nicely under the leadership of Mr L 0 Phelps though a few more lectures are needed both in the school rooms ahd at home For some of the boys seem to be retrograting in their manners instead of advancing Boys look aloft and advance Messrs Stone and Meadows seem to be busy I presume they are getting ready for Circuit Court Mr Meadows also Mr Otho Wells are improving their homes with new coats of paint etc We are having an interesting prayer meeting Mr J H Stone conducting The Misses Chamberlain did not get off If it keeps on raining they cap go down to Nashville in a boat but proba bly the lovely blonds would enjoy more a canoe ride with their gallant escorts sailing swiftly along with music and song Attend the big lot sale in Columbia Wednesday October 9th and buy a lot on either of the following streets Hindman Avenue Wolford Street Bramlett AvenuePage Street Alexan der Avenue Caldwell Street Each man woman or child who attends this sale will be given a ticket tothe draw ing of a lot free of charge See big ad on back page of this paper JerseyheifersWednesday There were quite a num ber of buyers here but their bidding was too low Three heifers were knocked off the bids rejected and tJie public sale stopped After the sale was tclosed Mr Barbee sold several private ly at fair prices He has about forty yet on hand thoroughbred stock a fine time for persons to secure extra good milkers 1 have a ser of rubber tire buggy wheels which fr will sell at cost S F Eubank V M It is reported here that some farmers in this county have used parish green on their cabbage to kill worms They have taken a great risk Parish green is a deadly poison and should not be sprinkled on any vegetable that grows upon the top of the ground In spring ling cabbage there is danger of getting enough on one head to kill a whole fam ily Niceline John B Stetson hats at F Lf Wilsons Russell Springs Ky 493t Brack Massie and J W Sublett sold that part of the W H Williams farm oh Green river 70 acres formerly own ed by W G McKinley to L A Neat for 2300 Mr Neatsoldthe farm up on which he is living to J S Breeding There are fifty acres in the boundary Remember the big lot sale at CQlum bia Wednesday Oct 19th Mr W T Dohoney is having a large twostory residence erected and he hopes to get in it before cold weather Messrs W T MqFarland diitlH C Feese have the contract and they are working seyeral hands Big line f ladies and childrens coats afc F L Wilsons Russell Springs 402tIEmma a twelve year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Barlett Hood died last Wednesday night She wasa victim of typhoid fever and was sick several weeks The interment was Thursday afternoon a great many friends attend i g RevW A Grant a native of thIs- cOuz3tyWassent by the last Confer enceiteTHodgen ville and Buffalo Uwillifur ihalr cuitoniers who buy fertilizer of m cQiI oil t11fclifs- ctual c 5t 493t C E Young tt L With us Another Year It was very gratifying to the people of Columbia of all denominations when the news reached here that Rev T L Hulse and Rev B M Currie had been returned by Conference to this it work They are both zealous workers in the Masters cause and very much liked by every body and it would have been a source of general regret had they been removed Rev R L Talley who has been the Evangelist for Columbia district for two years was sent to Monticello and will be the pastor of the Church of that city for at least this Gonference year He did a grand work for this district and we take great pleasure in commending him and his family to the peo pie of Wayne county They will leave some time this week Death of J Smith After an illness of several months Mr John H Smith who resided at Font Hill Russell county died Wed nesday morning of last week His death was not unexpected as he had been on the decline for three or four monthsHe a general merchant at Font Hill and was interested in severalother stores in Russell county He leaves a wife and several children and a host of friends The deceased was a Master Mason and was also a member of Co lumbia Chapter Royal Arch Masons No 7 He was about forty years old andwas one of the best known men in Russell county The interment was near Font Hill Thursday friends of the entire nieghborhood attending He will be greatly missed from the community where he so long did businessas he was very accommodating to those who pos sessed but little of this worlds goods Russell county is in sympathy with the surviving wife and children Come to the lot sale Oct 19thand you may receive the lucky ticket to either draw the free lot or the 10 or 20 in gold Young Bros have sold their stock of groceries to Mr Hugh Richardson who will continue the business at the same stand The outgoing firm desire to re turn thanks to their friends who patro nized them and ask that they stay with the new proprietor who is a good busi ness man and who you will find will be a courteous gentleman with whom to deal CommhMoners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY J 0 Patterson VS Plaintifit Wyatt Hadley Byvirtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the Sept Term thereof 1910 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court house door in Co lumbia to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th day of Nov 1910 at one oclock m or thereabout being County Courtupon a credit three months the following described property towit Two certain tracts of land lying in Adair counI ty Ky on Big Greek near Gradyville The first tract contains 50 acres but there is excluded from this boundary 1J acres oldoff to Jas Keen The second tract contains 62 acres more or less and lies one mile north of the first mentioned tractT They will first be offered separately and then both together and the bid or bids which bring the most money will be accepted Judgment and order of sale is refered to for complete description and boundary For the purchase price the perchaser with approved surety or securities rIIIply promptly with these terms 2 W A Coffey Master Commissioner Mrs Luther Potts of Cumberland county whose reason has been dethroh ed since July was taken to the asylum today Notice To whom it may concern Noticeis hereby given that the E L Sinclair Co has decided to quit busi ness cease to exist as a and wind up in business and orporationI on will sell only to wind up L C Winfrey has been chosen and elected reciever of said corporation to selloutth stock of goods and property of said corporation and collect all debts due same and apply the proceeds to the payment of said corporation debt as rapidly as can be done EL Sinclair Co Ocidiift V 49 4t H Mooreand Sapp sold to Hunri Cot I fe S heachf ttlforl 6 to tB Gala 11 calveitor 179 t e iV Greetings s u vn Re9r B M Currie writing from Brownsville Tenn to the News says I am glad to begin our 2nd years t work with you all Am praying that may be even more profitable and pleasant than the last which has just closed 1 was called to Brownsville before Conference closed on account of my little boy being sick with typhoid fever He is better now and if nothing happens to prevent we will be in Co lumbia for business about Friday Oct 14th Shall be glad to meet you all at the Methodist church next Sunday Oct 16th Wife ard children join in greetings and best wishes for you all Bargain Counter Sale We have just received from a New York Manufacturer a large assortment of Ladies New Fall style shirt waists The line embraces handsomely trimmed and Tailored waist in white black and colors We have placed the entire lot on sale at 98 cents each These are bargains youd better comearunning Russell Co Basket Ball game Friday night at Lindsey Wilson between Columbia Athletic Association and LindseyWilson AJmission 15 cents VALUABLE FARMS In Old Virginia For Sale They are located in the famous James River Valley one of the richest sections Jin the Atlantic Slope Can be bought for less than one half theirtvalue 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 information Address WE Harris 911 E Main St- Richmond Va Mr Bruce Montgomery and wife are now housekeeping in their property on Greensburg Street S In Lost Campbellsville about three weeks ago one female black and white spotted fox terrier with long tail and goes by the name of Queen Any information concerning the whereabouts of the pup will be thankfully received or if found the finder will be liberally rewarded upon its return to my home in Columbia Ky J T Barbee Jr Letter frQm Bered reached Us im signed It went to the waste basket WANT A FARM OR A Home in Town See G P mvthe The Real Estate ManJ More than 60 good farms for sale in Adair County from the best to the cheapest Located in all parts of the County No trouble about pleasing you Almost everything listed that is for sale Dont buy till you see my list Homes in Columbia and the villages of Adair county More than 30 homes for sale in Columbia the town of beautiful homes located on almost every street and avenue Some very elegant ones Some bargains Prices ranging from 200 to 6000 Call and see my list If you have property for sale list it It costs nothing to list I come in touch with all the buyers I am assisted by hustling business men located in differ ent parts of the county We can sell your property for you If you wish to buy or sell dont worry but see G P Smythe office in Garnett Building Columbia Ky 40tf The biggest line of clothing in Russell county can be found at F L Wil sons store Russell Spring 49 2t Mr and Mrs B T Hoodwant to express their gratitude to friends who so kindly waited upon their daughter dur ng her illness ending in death Quarterly court is In session F L Wilson of Russell Springs bought a jersey cow from Judge Geo Herriford last Wednesday considera ir tion 7500 I have fifty suits which I will close out at costF L Wilson Russell Springs 492tiIFor Sale Farm and timbered land within a mile and less of Russell prjngsi Fine p anpart 200 and odd acres near FIairfay AdairVibuity 2 dwell I ing houses and lots in Cbfumbia Graded r1rr 12 School District Apply to if 07 or Herschel T Baker Columbia Ky I I 48t ii F I I r J It f J f h THE ADASR QQUNTY NEWS I r rt Resolutions of Respect The following resolutions were adopted by Casey Creek Lodge No 536 F and A M Masons WHEREAS God in his infinite 0 wisdomvhascalled from his earth Jy labor to eternal refreshment our brother R J Stayton who was made a Mason at Neatsville pFqin year of 1865 and after ward became a Charter member of the Casey Creek Lodge No 536 depart d this life Sep tember 3 1910 Therefore be it Resolved It That in the death of Bro R J Stayton the Casey Creek Lodge has lost one of its truest and best members and a faithful Tueasurer an ex emplary Mason and a true an loyal brother who loved the teaching of this order 2d That his fellow citizens here have lost a peacefullaw abiding memberof the community who was ever solicitous of the welfare of his neighbor and who always manifested a deep interest in the improvement of the countryf 3d That his widow and children have lost a good husband and kind father whose thoughts were always of them and who loved them above all earthly in terestst 4th That this Lodge extend a to his family friends and rela tives its heartfelt sympathy and commend them in their bereave ment to Him the great consoler 5th That a copy of these reso lutions be spread upon records a copy furn hed the family of the deceased brother and a copy be furnished the Masonic Home Journal and Adair County News for publication J W Smith J A Williams 1 Committee tA F Scott Another Change M Everywhere about us is evi dente of this constant change It is to be noticed even in the Carolina For years a certain saying of the governor t of South Carolina has been a classical utterance Tradition declares tha fat a time when matters in djspute between the two states had reached an acute stage and a inference between the leaders of the two commonwealths bade fair to be ended by an open rup tare the governor of North Caro lina remarked to his brother from South Carolina It is a long mime between drinks The ob servation struck the governor of South Carolina as being distinct ly opposite and action along the Mine suggested resulted in an amicable settlement of all differences But times change and ve change with them A few days ago when a friend with inI sinuating smile asked me if I remembered what the governor of North Qarolina said to the governor of South Carolina I was able to Send the tempter to ithe rear by reminding him that whatever may have been said by a former executive of that state the present governors of bot North and South Carolina were y teetotallers ri fljbodbye Mince Pie vWell cooked veg and meat as opposed tables1ricel flgland mince pief rleaked beans have made the VJ graceful selfcontrolled Turk the Superior of the nervous lank New Englander f tt f J rY 1 I This was the contention laid down before the Mississippi Val ley Medical association by Dr Fenton B Turck of Chicago Diet has more to do with the making of great men or the de teriorating of the human race to the level of the brute than anything else declared Dr Turck f Compare that armor pLte mince ie diet indulged in by all Amer ica with the two sane meals a day that are enabling Turkey to produce the finest specimens of physical manhood in the world Mince pie and beans are bring ing about race deterioration not alone in Connecticut and Maine Death Chair odp soon be a thing of the past as the work of installing the death chair at Eddyville penitentiary- is going on steadily and will be ready for use in a few weeks The electrocution law became effective on June 14th and if a crime is committed after that time for which the iniswill be electrocuted There has been a notable change made in the prison at Frankfort The old penitentiary at that place will soon be converted into a reformatory and this is one of the prin cipal reasons the death chair wa located at Eddyville instead o Frankfort as it is hardly proba ble the death penalty will be in flicted in a reformatory The Prison Commission will be ready in a few months to begin th transfer of the prisoners All the prisoners over thirty years of age will be taken to Eddyville and all under thirty will go to Frankfort Also under this new law all prisoners no matter what the crime that meet the requirements as to conduct can be paroled and quite a number are now being granted Each Had a Friend Mrs J L Chase and MrsLin wood D Scott were neighbors in a prominent residential quarter evetn more wer quite chummy They told other their secretseven the both had male friends that ac casionally visited them and the stories that were passed between they two about Jack and Linn told of some high old jinks Neither woman thought the conduct of the other the least bit out of the way that is until this week when Mrs Chase discov ered that her neighbors friend was none other than her own husband and Mrs Scott was equally shocked when she found out that Mr Scott was none other than the Linn that Mr ofIaffair the women sueing their husbands forI divorce on the grounds of ily The preliminary testimony brought to light many unique situations of how the two women get rid of their hus hbandsfor an evening in order to entertain Jack or Linn fwhile the men were equally anxi ons to get away from their homes Neither of the men mis theyItheir better halves The court adjourned the case until friends made an effort to patch up the neighborly difference J ii r y i w 1 A tf Women as TheaterGoers The x Plays Women Likes I once heard Barrett Wendell say sadly and sarcastically that the duty of the drama seems to be to send the suburbs home happy says Walter Eaton in Womans PinchardI panion for October were only the suburbs But there isl little to show that urban au diences are much more respective of serious and purposeful works What better mission can a play have said a lady the other day than to rest and refresh a tired woman We all know this specious argument It is on a par with the eternal re notfapproving some play that is critically praised Well I know what I like It is specious in the first place because women as a rule are not worn out when they go to the theater certainly not mentally worn out tn the second place good art is just as refreshing as bad art rightly understood much more refresh g in fact What this woman means in plain blunt speech is this That she does look in the drama for a truthful picture of life for a logical working out of a thesis pleasant o r unpleasant She Ysnfcharacter She judges and enjoys it according as it tells a pretty story with sufficient love interest and preferably a happy noesignificance whatever it may even be false to life filled only with the conventional characters of stage romance It rests and refreshes her indeed just because it is conventional and makes no demands on her intern gence to follow never violates her sympathies and preconceived Teas nor rouses her reflection But that is a pretty poor way to rest That is mental stagnation- not rest True rest is f found in nItionwe grow eWhy the Tiger is Striped tIt is not a mere matter of chance that the tigers coat is marked with its beautiful stripes of black and yellow and that the lion is of a uniform sandy hue The former lives in the grassy jungles of Asia where the giant blades of grass as many feet long as they are inches in this country and the light and shade of the forest are admirabl matched by the skin of the ani mal in question Hence it is able to approach its prey unprerceivd Lions the big cats of Africa on mosst part dwellers in the wilderness and roam the outskirts of the desert in search of food TheirI color is these equally protective There are proISometimes as in the cases Sus cited the effect is to enable them the more easily to obtain their food But it also acts in another way by affording con cealnient to weak and timid creatures from their carnivorous 4y f National Life Among Ants To satisfy himself that some thing resembling national life ex isted among separate mounds of Jl 0 I l i i ants Dr Henry C McCook t au thor of Alit Communities f made observations among 1700 anthills scattered over a space of 50 acres A small oak branch- covered with aphides and their attendant ants was placed upon a mound 20 rods distant It was thought that if anything would incite to hostility it would be theI sepaIrategrounds On the contrary the ants being called from the hill came out and mounted the branch with the usual excited bearingi and then mingled with Hal occupants on friendly term and began to feed quietly A spadeful of earth was swiftly cut from the mound and with the ants cocoons and broken cells thrown into a pail and car ried to a cone 50 rods distant After the first sharp challenge the imported ants melted awayI into the general community as though at home From this Doctor McCook concludes that among the myriads of creatures occupying more than 1700 mounds there was a complete fraternityif indeed they wer confederacyHere ri the number of its separate statesI for every mound was an independent community ofiants and In the multitude of its total POPII ulation exceeded the most ofItheRoomsIt IINothing is quite so plentiful and easily obtained as fresh au and yet sometimes one would think it were a most expensive luxury the way people insist on using bad air There is nothin so potent to prevent disease and nlaintainIIing air Bad air spreads disease a is one cause of colds Just as sewage flowing in pure wate pollutes it so bad a coming from our lungs pollutes the air of a room Science shows us that the air is always in mo tion and consequently there is no excuse for our allowing it to nIingtom for a short time the air of a room will be completely chang ed the bad air going out at the top and the fresh air coming at the bottom e I Potatoes beiyng drawn by the Government against a disease of the potato which has made its appearence and which it is feared will be communicated to the New England States knownS as the black scab or warty disease and has destroyed hundreds of acres of tubers inXEng land Germany Scandanvia and thoroughout other parts of Eu rope Officials of Canada and cooperat t ing to keep the plague out of this country It made its appear ence in Newfoundland in 19 apparently having been broug in seed from Europe Thee x traordinary virajence of the disease has resulted in the sending out of a general warning hy the American and CandLan Govern ments to allpotat TIte thepotatoesthe whole hill A field oI1ceaf fected cannot be planted in potatoes againforsix years JJ llrrIA thPt r C v E dogyon The Dog Gentlemen of the Jury TheI best friend a man has in this world may turn against him and become his enemy His son or daughter that he has seared with loving care may prove ungrate ful Those who are nearest and us those whom we Itrnstwith our happiness and good name may become tr ourI to their faith The money that Ia man has he may lose It flies 11away from him perhaps whenjc needs it most A mans repu tation may be sacrificed ina moment of illconsidered action The people who are prone to fal on their knees to do us honor when success is with us may be the first to throw the stone of itsIc upon our oneI absolutely unselfish friend that can have in this selfish world the one that never deserts him the one that never proves ungrateful or treacherous is his dog Gentleman of the jury a mans dog stands by him in prosperity and in poverty in health and in epcold ground where the wintry winds blow and the snow drives fiercely if only he may be near His masters side He will kiss the hand that has no food to off he will lick the wounds and11er that come in encounter the roughness of the world Ihe guards the sleep of his pauper as if he were a prince When all other friends desert he remains When riches takes wings and reputation falls hrlove as the sun in its journey through the heavens If fortune drives the master forth an out angd faithful dog asks no higher privilege than that of guarredi 31ndhis enemies and when the last destoh embraitce away the cold ground no matter if all friends pursue their way thereI by his graveside will the noble dog be found his head between his paws his eyes sad but open faithftul even ge IGvest Too Late inrIt seems almost as though the worthy President of the United States has a positive genius for doing the wrong thing at the wrong time His announce m ent of his intention in future Ito recognize progressve Sena tors in the distribution of gov ernment offices only serves tor put him in badonce more His friends had confidently hoped that in the rush of things politi cal and discussion of the new nationalism the fact that he had attempted to club into line certain insurgent leaders would be forgotten Poor Bill poor Bill At the very moment when si lence would have been golden he blunders into print with a con bhtad boy but that he will try to be good for the future What the deuce does he expect to gain by the veiled bribe when the plain threat was ineffectual La Fol lette and others who were to be made regulars by Starvation only thrivedon their lackof pork Stronger than tnt he strongest day when they could ihf j q t7Y command some federal patron age theycare nothing whether a President plays peanut pole tics or keeps his oath as Presi den of the whole people That it is a matter which concerns just one man and his name is Wil liam Howard Taft Keeping Pears for Late Fall Use During the late fall in most sections of the South where ap pies are not well adapted to the climate and soil fruit becomes rather scarce on most farms Some pears however if rightly managed can be saved until tate fall when there is a dearth of other fruit Were it not for the fact that most varieties of pears suffer from the blight pears would be a very profitable crop on this account alone if for no other reason However those late varieties are compara resistant to the blight can Ilbe saved for home consumption during the late fall Just before the pears riper while they are still perfectly firm and sound they should be icked carefully from the tree by hand and packed in boxes of wheat or oat chaff Great care should be taken not to bruise them during the process of pick ing and packing The boxes of fruit should then be stored away in a cool dark cellar or in some other dark cool place and the pears will keep for several weeks in a sound and perfect condition If wheat of oat chaff is not available the individual pears preferisauthorities claim that paper some slightly injures the flavor of the fruit after it has been around it for a month or more Calebs Cousi Sam People who contributed to the Defense Fund of Caleb Pow ers will find something to inter est them in the following from TimesI deed to the Powers homestead Dr Samuel Bennett Who is Dr Bennett The first cousin to Powers What taxes did he pay before Powers got into the general collecting business Only poll tax in Knox- county What was his occupa tion then He was a dentist What taxes does he pay now On eighty thousand dollars in Knox county alone What do the people of Knox county think about this suddenly foundwealth They know it came from the De fense Fund What is his occu pation now Capitalist banker and mine owner And how much more Bennett Powers Co have hidden away from the eyes of the county as sessor deponent say eth not Wise boy old Caleb Good head Oughtto play the martyr act to a finish in congress and gather in a few more baskets full of money orders from women and children for me and Cousin Sam Calloway County Gazette A Good Business for One Ceut Many a person las been start ed in a prosperous business by answering an advertisement in Gritwhich cost only a postal card for information Look over the Grit and if you see ah ad vertisement that appeals to you answer it before you lose interv est v V Vwv rt+ tilW 1 r wTIi TT I t ii Ir g 1 llf iiv1 rI J l1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3r 4 e 1 N Time Card Ineffect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND a1 LV LOUISVILLE AR LEBANON No 27 700 am 942am No 28815am 1004 am No rel 505 pm 740 pm No 21Soo pm 1000 pm No 93 630pm j 900 pm NORTH BOUTh- TAIN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE 024548 am 750 am 078 732am 1015 am 028 430 pm 655 pm No 22 628 pm 815 pm Jo 92 732am 1015 amt Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only WILMORE HOTEL w N cuiEiraoFjH Pi op P FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GIftDYllILLe KY S D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetin t Eyes Fjstulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stablesILOCATIONNEAR ON BDRKSVILLE STREET Res Phone 29 Office Phone 40 Dr James TriplettI Dentist BLOCKL KENTUCK1 JDentiat OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone L AttoneY At Law 9f Will practice m this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky DR M E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia Kentucky Special atten ton given to Dentistry Dis eases of the Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all otherDJ eases which visits Dumb Brutes OFFICELoc ted in barn back ot Han COCK Hotel i Thte i SMairConty4 I L N ws Z f L 4iA114 J durierourri l Ones 3 Ye r For Ia5o t Ji j r f I iShort Meter Sermons Jt Judged by their prayers some are trying hard to take the Lore in No roan ever got any important place by teaching other people their places If faces are tic ets to heaven it is going to take some saints along time to arrives Some never get over the won der that folks so important as themselves should go to church Have we any right to condemn the vicious when we make the conditions of virtue so hardi When your religion is an um brella laid up for a rainy day the weather is apt to be decEitful The only reason some believe- th y are saints is that their neighbors wish they lived in another world We are all likely to think that kinship to the heavenly father must be established by likeness ytoSome men who talk a lot about a faithless ministry would have a fit if the preacher told the truth about them Reaching the Top x in any calling of life demands a vigor ous body and a keen brain Without health there is no success But Electric Bitters is the greatest Health Builder the world has ever known It ccmpels- perfecfaction 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 your 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 faull Drug Co Dents For Churchmen Dont fail to learn that doing is the only path to becoming Dont forget that happiness found where it is not sought Dont lie about your religion and try to be honest in your business Dont forget that the value of of anything depends on its meaning to you Dont try to make whipped cream by lashing up a skimmed milk sermon Dont forget that the golden rule means a cubic deal as well as a square one Dont imitate the pity of those who express it only when their purse is left at home I Dont imitate those who fear they have no piety unless it is in a pathogical condition Dont forget that you possess no truth other than that which you work out of life for yourself Dont fail to observe that his tory depends not on great lead ers alone but on many lesser fol lowers Its The World sBest 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 supreme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at Paull Drug Co Household Hints When cooking dried peaches rub or cut off the skin They will have when cooked a totally different and more delicate flavortIf the flavor of onions is un pleasant aft rw rdtheyaren- ot digestible with every one saltuseon tongue The secret of keeping chamois hangskin r it up- Remember to dry while still soapy this when washing chamois gloves The best way to keep the walls of the kitchen white and glossy is to wash their painted surface with bran water instead of soap Boil one pint ofbran in a gallon of water for an hour The paint will look better and keep clean longer when washed with than when cleaned with soap 011 water Donts For Church Use hie sermon Dont sing if you dont know how Dont sit down on your new silk hat t Dont put counterfeit coin on the plate oncollectionundays t Dont read your book during the sermon Dont go in late if you wear squeaking boots Dont take a sneezing fit if you can help it Dont rise and go out when the collection basket is coming around i Dont try to make children sit as still as Egyptian mummies Dont be an active talker un less you are an active worker Dont keep your religion in the pocket of your Sunday coat Dont pull a pint of peanuts out of your pocket with your hand kerchiefDont get red in the face if something in the sermon hits youDont shake hands with your Sundayschool boys and then pass them all the week Dont say one thing on Sunday and act differently all week Dont shut your office door on your Sundayschool boy if he wants to see you Dont be one man on Sunday and a different man all week Dont be a hypocriie dont be a fool dont forget the golden rule Free Liver- Remedy It is well to stop a physical ail ment at the first signs of its approach and that is especially true of liver treble which can eventually give o so many serious complications imagineI andbowelsin harmony Then comes the sallow complexion the pimply face the dull pain in the forehead the thinning of sensibleIi tivity of the liver Among the many thousands who have resultsjmanyothers startedtheIf you will send your name and address tfialbottJeIIt you can then buy it in the rodsway of your druggist at fifty cents and issufficientThis remedy is a vast improvement over cathartic tablets and salts which SyrupPepsin ItIsnot stnnd a violent purgative pleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelyfree detailForname and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctorsaddress Is Dr W B finlAmrAI Dcnn Caldwell building Monticello Ill Horse For Sale TI have a good conditioned horSC for sale Perfectly gentle drives well not afraid of automobiles nor threshers A safe horse for a lady 483t R R MoiirColumbia Kyi L tql4 tff tv1111Jr 1 J No Life in Kansas Ed Howe Jn the AtchisonQloheJJB A real friend wont steal much of your time When a man is robbed how indignant leis at the police A farmer rarely builds a big house until all his children are marriedand gone r A good disposition is one thatI works as well before breakfast as after There is one fortunate thing about a woman losing her pock etbook the loss is not great A handsome man seldom amounts to much This item should not offend many there are few very handsome men Dont Jell your troubles when a man tells his troubles people say in private He didnt get half what he deserved Weve noticed that when a fortyhorse power automobile be comes stuck inthe mud two real horses can pull it out I dont know much as has been frequently remarked in Atchison where I live but I have finally acquired enough sense not to get on a steamboat excursion Parson Twine The women will finally become as crazy about the Mayosfamous surgeons at Rochester Minn as the men about insurgency The women love operations as much as the men love office What has become of the old fashioned father who promised his children money for their work and then forgot to pay them About all a school teacher gets out of her great education is that after she becomes old she knows more to find fault about than other people- I have never seen agoodpipe a good cigar a good plug a good cigarette or good smoking to bacco although I have smoked forty yearsParson Twine From the talk you hear of the importance of college education you would go through the world like a roaring lion able to devour all opposition But look at the school teachers they have been to school forever yet no one fears them except that they can detect slips in grammar With all their book learning some of them are just able to make a living The women made Laura Jean Libby just as they make a popular preacher They read her books about beautiful in nocent povertystricken young girls who have a terrible time keeping their honor through four or five hundred pages so that they can hand it over on the last page pure as the driven snow to some count earl or duke Laura Jean Libby should never have been made and there are many other prominent people who should be in the background for tng reason that they have taught people nonsense and made them ridiculous n Program The Mrisical Association will be held at the Pleasant View Church McGana Ky the second Sunday- in Oct lOiOto open at 9 bf clock am Bible lesson Tames Nead Invocation Rev James Burton Welcome address Rucker P Grimsley fC Response Capt WBrad shaw 4 v 71 t Songy audienceI W1ati5 music H W Wo 1t1ylj l I i f SX3X Q r r I Stocks Tip the Acme of Excellence f r New Fall Carpets 1 1 IRlgs and Wall Paper l IIWild Cos first grade L I Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff 522 524 W Market 9t- Louisvilles KntucKy L70 oees wwoseeooe XXXXX mack Albert Bryant How find the key note in any key Stewart Rexroat Dennie GrimsleyHow note reading A G Coffey A G Hill Scale building John Pierce John Wolford Relative and absolute pitch Jv F Hughes Robert Blair Transposition of scale by flats Transposition sharps R 0 Cabbell Geo Pike Double sharps flats and inte mediate tones 1 M Grimsley Perter McCaffree Relative length of notes and rests Ruck P Grimsley John Burton Jr- Double measure Joe Kerns Lucian BurtonlQuadruple M Jarres Kerns B H Burton The program will be inter spersed by solos by some of very best singers in the theI and it is hoped that all music will be present to take a part W H Womack U G Anderson 1 Committee- F J HughesI O Value of Orchard Heaters Kettles filled with crude petroleum to be burned when the temperature drops have proved so successful that in some locale J ties 80 per cent of the or chards in which they were used were protected from frost A member of a committee in Colorado which experimented with orchard heaters in a letter to the Department of Agricul ture stated that the spring of 1909 was unusually severe and that but for the protection afford ed by the orchard heaters there would have been but little shipped from Colorado last fruitI As it was however there banner crop and he estimated that the orchard heaters savedI about 4000000 to the terests of the State In one big orchard where heat ers were used and where a sec tion of a few acres was left un protected there was a cropof 15000 boxes gathered from the protected area but on the part not protected there were 100 ten yearold trees and from the whole lot not a box of apples was gath eyedIIn the Pecos valley in New Mexico there was one orchard where 2660 oil heaters were l- usedX4e crop from this acre tract was saved and sold for 26000 while in the rest of the valley the crop w salmstaI total failure it tt fm 1 iotll if l2f r lk mvt I Iti THE 1 LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES y IS 500 A YEAR IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 AN- DTIILLOUISVILEE L TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 451 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere t Has the best corps of corres pondents Covers the Kentucky field per fectly Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest mar kets reports DEMOCRATIC in politics but fair to everybodyS SEND YOUR SUBSCKIP TION RIGHTJAWAY It TO THIS PAPERnofc to The Louisville Times A Few Rabbits r From the firstof November of last year to the first of February of this year Miss Betty Bush wick daughter of a farmer in Wisconsin and 14 years old shot and trapped 480 rabbits and soldt their skins for ten cents each This is more than any ten farmer boysaccomplished r Kills a Murderer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims But DrKings Newt Life Pills kill it by prevention They t gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicits curing Constipatipn J j atwiPiiuui f t tt Li iIW 21 I rfi Y f iA 4 f M ti i i t + 1 p t F 4cjJj 7f J yt r j Kf J II t t Ia J rr4 fi1d1 S AllAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 Ii J r1 1j E AOJHR OllHTY ftEWS1 j Published Every Wednesday BY THE 1ij Adair County News Company INCORPORATED t cHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the in terest bf the City of Columbia and the people r rf Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as sec and class mall matter r WED OCT 12 1910 Democratic Ticket FOR CONGRESS HON ELZY BERTRAM OF CLINTON COUNTY c r N Last Saturday afternoon Hon Elzy Bertram Democratic candi date for Congress inthe Eleventh district addressed a large crowd of voters at the courthouse It was a smooth gentlemanly pre sentation of his candidacy and his many hearers were exceed ingly well pleased throughout the speech He did not arraign the Republican party but took up 4 Mr Powers record for the past ten years and sifted it to a finish He stated that he had heenII warmly received at all pointments that many of the best Republicans in the district were for him in the contest and unless all signs failed he would r be the next Congressman from I this district With its great Republican majority said he Uthat statement would seem im- Possible but I tell you the people arearoused never before and v they are determined that Caleb Powers shall not represent the Eleventh district m Congress If you elect me it would not be ar Democratic victory Nt would be an honest expression of the peo Vple irrespective of politices t He closed his speech with an ap peat to the voters to lend him all the aid possible assuring them NIthat he had the courage and the v willingness to visit and speak in every county in the district against such a man as his opPo J nent It is known that Mr Powers spent a large sum of A money in the late primary and it is believed that he will have to repeat the dose and then he will not get out as much strength as he did in his fight against v Mr Edwards The voters of the Eleventh district have two can didates before them v They both have records Go down the line and see which is the most credi table which one would command ft the greatest respect at Washing t ton then cast your suffrage for the cleanest one of the two in private and public life The ce1 I vision will be easy Will you act for the good of the country or will you let sentiment drive your from duty Do as the best citizenship in Tennessee will do on the 8th day of November The candidate for Governor Ham Patterson had become so cor rupt that the good people of all parties forced him outof the race vahd an honest man has been 9j nominated in the person of Sen ator Bob Taylor Both parties r in Tennessee now have able and i J clean men to vote for and the election of either would not harm f tiicir EEat Commonwealtn In thisdii1 g ti finct tlie Republicans offer a wsacww man Itlf whose4CVr pt reflect credit in Congress nor his election will not vindicate Heisadis Credited man and will be a dis credited Congressman if elected J vwJ ff 1J fl K j 1J f 1 t he BurIeYpooHof 1909 was ilgtonhogsheads averaged 13 91 per cwt loke Smith has been elected to serve the secondfterm as Governor ofa Georgia He carried every county in the State over his opponent Gbv jas M Brown Six hours after he had assult ed Mrs Hiram Stucky a farmers wife near Andalusia Ala Buck Whiters a convict trusty wastaken from the penitentiary warden and burned at the stake Resolutions were adopted by the International Prison Congress in session at Washington favoring public institutions for inebriates The congress also conIto go to their families in time of need The annual report of the Louis vine Nashville Railroad Com pany makesa fine showing The gross earnings since lastreport exceeds 4169436 the best re ComIgross earnings for the year 52 433381 The rainfall three days of last weekwas the heaviest known for fifty years Damage to crops and property in Southwestern Kentucky enormous Many railroad tracts were flooded and traffic stopped In Indiana many houses were swepted away and over five hundred people left homeless The regular Democrats of Tennessee hare nominated Bqb Taylor for Governor He will not resign as United States Sen ator unless he is elected to the Gubernatorial chair Politics are in bad shape in Tennessee and the election of popular Bob is HiveryOne death from cholera occur weekIEvery precaution is being taken to prevent the disease from breaking put in this counry The steam ship upon which the death occurred was from an Italian port We do not think this coun try should be unnecessarily alarmed as it is getting late in the fall cholera universally doing its work in warm weather However every vessal coming from a foreign port should be quarantined until a thorough inspection could be made- GradyDille J A Diddle was in Columbia Friday and Saturday The cold weather last Friday and Saturday get our tobacco all cut and in the house Geo H Nell Strong Hill and Lum Hill with your reporter were at Breeding last Monday Geo T Rodgers of Milltown was in our midst one day last week H A Moss of GreensDurg spent a day or so in our town last week seeing after the moving of asa mill ti Cabell ofMiamiwas Tn ouprnn 11arli t week lookiig after MrJ rleetSparlC an Tamil tire now citizens pf our town We are glad to have them with U I 1 Jij3x 77 Yrsi tfrIV Mr FilmoreKinnaird of Red Lick was here ast Wednesdays v Mr L S SMith called In to see us on his return from Glas gow last Tuesday Mrand Mrs GIE m Keltner visited relatives at Liletown a day or so the first of the week Mr andMrs Ed BradshaWf of Columbia and Mr and MrsJ T Mercer of Milltown attended the M L Clark Show here last Wednesday Our new preacher failed to reachus last Sunday Mr J H xSmith one of our best citizens and who has been confined to his bed for several days with a complication of dis eases is improving at this time Mr and Mrs J D Flowers of Columbia spent a day or o visiting relatives here the first of the week Rev Thad Salmon wh6 has boen down in Texas for several months preaching will fill the pulpit at Union church the 3rd Sunday in this month Every body invited to attend There is an effort on foot to have a bridge to spand the creek somewhere near the mill in our city for the benefit of those passing and repassing walking This is something that all of the business men should be interested in and should donate liberally to this enterprise for we certainly need the bridge M L Clark Sons show did come and give one exhibition that was very satisfactory to everybody present W e must say this in behalf of Mr Clark and all of his performers We never met nicer people and straight in all of their dealings than these people are Mr Clark is certainly a gentleman jn every respect The attendance was fairly good considering the op position they had in getting their dates arranged Bakertbn it Vote for Hon Elzy Bertram tDick Hunter was married to qyyBulahNorris officiating vl John Goff says he is getting along nicely with his school on Bear Creek sisItervisiting their parents Mr and YRINPt w fl v Ii t Sri L In im n- v 1 THIRDlitv m Jvi v v- r w y 0 U RFU E Lr j rD AnlAvoid the Annoyance or Building Fires 1 1 jv i uThe Dream of the Good House = keeper has been I xK iE Realized in COLES ORIGINAL AIR TIGHTJ I xfv 0 NIX STOVES The Stove jrt which the fire is not r ir out from the time they are setup in the Fall 3fE v Springm OK beforevv y jx buying your Stoves for the Winter D D i 71CREED HARDWARE CO 9- n S t t V 1 liiiC iiC li xxx11 inI 71 wn K n 1itm C 1 j I n6 l Mrs T M Glidewell in Howard Bottom last Sunday There was the largest crowd in Bakerton last Sunday that was ever known to be here- On last Tuesday the preachers leaded their belongings ori Mr E R Young s wagon and start ed for the Frog Pond to holds a ten days mreting but alason Friday evening they phoned from Whetstone that they were on their return to a better country Something behind Dont know whether there toorV WEar showing this Season a Handsome Line of Ladles and Misses Tailored Suits di rect from the famous Palmer Shops Also a Tine embracing New Cloths and Shades ofthe wellkhqwri Bischof makeat prices from 10 to 25 f Dress Making Department We have addeda Dressmaking Depart meet this season which will be under the management of Mrs Rosenfield and Miss Sallie Field Their shop will be on pur balcony floor in connection with The Ladies Readyto v wear Garment Department These ladies are artists in tHiv line of work and are prepared to make at reasonable pricesiany Garmentsyou may need You can find anything you want in our Dress Goods and Trimmings Stock fc A- We invite you to come dlop kover our NEW FALL STOCKS V CfO t 7J i i r J Give us a trial We Guarantee to Please you Table supplied With the Best the Market Affords Meals 35c MILLEN HOUSEM D MILLEN CO ProprsrLocated on Railroad St one square east of L N Station Lebanon KentuckyJ many or not enough frogs George Smith brought a load of melons to Bakerton Friday and put them on the market Huber Williams is having some concreting done around the public well Burkesville rthisW C Melton has moved back to his place on Brush creek We are glad to have Walter with us again V F Parrish has gone JtQ LtheRev IC Winfrey was with the tent folks last Saturday Clay Lick Bottom has had one of the biggest meetings that was ever held in Cumberland county one hundred and nine reclaimed and professed faith in Christ Think there was a few weak kneed ones The meeting was conducted by RevsJF and E G Roberts end their wives We hope the majority will hold out till the Big Book is opened There were 37 baptised at the river jlrfe Q Gpff has gone to Columbi end Gradjnnille on a visits i J r Listen Farmers I Did you know the most valuable on your farm was the manure you proiduce 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 Ky Hugh M Noe tf rHorse For Sale r v 1 have a good conditioned horse for sale Perfectlygentle driveswell not afraid of automobiles nor threshers A safe horse for a lady 483f R R Moss Columbia Ky GlensforK The Methodist church at this has been included in the theIRev Jas F Black who has so faithfully served the Methodist church at this place for the last two years has been transferred to the Cane Valleycharge Rev Black is an earnest devoted Christian gentleman and wl discharge his wor faithfully and to the best off his ability where ever he ir ayago Mrs David Hijpr Lawhorn wappedbetf ion Cedar crektoJeff BradShaw for a chtirOrty L j s c c i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 W VY r r Irrrrrr t PERSONAl Mrs Lou Miller returned from Mid dlesboro last week Mr R L Davis attended Confer ence at Russellyille Mr J C Calhoun of near Camp bellsville was hire Saturday Mr J B Rasners condition is much better than it was a week ago Mr John Lee Walker spent several days of las week in Louis illeJMrs Amanda Nell of Frankfort is visiting relatives in Columbia Miss Oliver McElroy of Campbells ville is visiting Mrs W H Wilson Mr W R Haskins Campbellsville was here a day or two of last week Mr C S Harris who pent a month in Virginia returned home Saturday Mr J H Wormack merchant at Russell Springs was here a few days ago Mrs L B Hurt who visited her par ents at Lebanon returned home last week Mr and Mrs W L Walker are in Cincinnati purchasing goods for this market Mr and Mrs Rollin Browning Mill town visited in Columbia the first of weekMrs M Wilson ann her little daughter Georgia paid the News office a visit Monday Robert a little son of Mr and Mrs W D Frazier who was sick last week has recovered Mr James Garnett is gradually im proving the indications pointing to his early recovery Nell the youngest daughter of Judge and Mrs Junius Hancock was on the sick list last week Dr T A Jones wife and twos child ren of Liberal Kansas are visiting relatives rt Montpelier tt Mr R C Neal and his daughter Miss Bonnie Lee of Eunice visited the News office a few days ago i Gov J R Hindman who has been on an extendedbusiness trip to Dallas Texas returned last week Mr J T Barbee Jr and wife who spengfourweeksiri Louisville return ed home a few days ago Messrs Robert Borders and Dan Hatcher Campbellsville called to see our grocerymen last week Judge W W Jones and Mr R F Paull made a business trip to Jamestown the first of last week Miss Lorena Pile who spent four weeks in Glasgow Mo visiting a sis ter returned home last Tuesday Mrs Lyne Arnett who visited Mrs W T Price and Miss Julia Eubank has returned to her home in Nicholasville Mr F L Wilson wife and little daughter of g Russell Springs wen shopping in Columbia last Wednesday Mr A Estes and wife of Fry Green county visited in Columbia and in the county a few days of last week Mr C R Carden and Mr W T Header are here making preparations for the big lot sale Wednesday the 19th Mr W G Ellis a prominent citizen of Pellyton was fh Columbia a few days ago the fcfirst time for more than a year j Mrs Leo Baldauf returned to her home in Louisville last week She was accompanied by her father Mr Sam LewisMisses Edna Lewis and Madge Ros enfield are visitingerelatives in Louisville this week They will also see the fine horses Mr J H Kinnaird of Red Lick and hisIdaughter Mrs W Fi Rowe spent Saturday Anight in Columbia returning from Burnside Messrs W T Mitchell and M F Upton of Eli Russell county were here last Wednesday They were accom panied by a Mr Hughes tJDr H BSimpson and wife Breed Ing were visiting at the home of Dr W R Grissom Saturday They were accompanied to town by Mr Titus Mercer and wife Mr J W Hurt writes the News that himself and Mrs Hurt reached Birmingham Tuesday morning at 825 after leaving Columbia on Monday They had a very pleasant trip Mr Walter McKinney and wife of Jamestown were here Saturday Jep route to visit relatives at Gradyville Mr McKinney is the Assistant cashier of the Bank of Jamestown Mr Jo N Cpnovef has returnedf front a visit to his daughter Mrs Cos by McBeath Monticello Mr Cono ver who accompanied him will not reach home for several weeks Mr Frank Pennycuff who has been in Oklahoma for the past seven months returned last Wednesday night satis fied to stay in old Adair He says it is too ary to turn ground in Oklahoma Miss Lillie Judd one of Columbias best young ladies has accepted a posi tion to teach Latin and Greek yin an in stitution of learning Shelbyville Tenn She left Mondav to take up the work AD Patteson Sheriff Judge Junius Hancock F H Winfrey M C Win frey John Thurman Geo H Nell John Branham Lee Mosby John Collins J T ybee T C Davidson are in Louis ville this week witnesses in the Feder al Court Mr L M Davenport of Jackson vile Ill and Mr M C Davenport of HettrickIll uncles of of Mr J P Jas per this place visited in Columbia last week They were born and reared in Casey county leaving Kentucky many years ago Mr H B Ingram and wife who have been visiting in Oklahoma and Illinois returned home last Saturday afternoon Mr Ingram has been in very poqr health during most of the time he was absent Being now in Gods country we hope to see him at his place of busi ness in a few days RusselllSpringsweek in company with her grandfath er Rev J W Waldrope whc was en route for Owenton On Tuesday Mr Robt Ingram cashier of the Bank of Russell Springs and his son Master Charles Foster called at the News office AdditionalLocalsWatkins I represent one of the best Companies Columbiaievery seemy goods and get my pricesJno B Grant- IWanted at the LindseyWilsonJ sev entyfive cords of good wood four feet Pay 225 per cprdfor good size wood and sound Neilson Moss 483t 1 r WE WANT YOU 0 0 0oyou the working parts are arranged 0I 0 o We want to show you the substantial construction 0Oorn b other spreadersIt is in a class by itself YCall today We are reservingacatalogue for you It lit ttisfilledwith valuable information ori soil maintenance and X IfertIlIzers It is yours for the asking O If you are not ready fa buy now call anyway We want t to number you as a friend 0O c 6Reed Hardware COo g r S 0 ta i 0i J A f r Jr l 0tllY t t 7 vi k rf O r r ri tJt J 0 0Jf 4lr t i1 Jl 0OI I 000 Hj ffiJ lJr pJtjffI 1 1 lot dft J- f 1 1 l r tt L OOOOO CooAIf tet8o Yours Optical Work We can Pleas You i0 t I I 8 J r r 1t lii 1Pv n Glasses X Make or Mar r tlie FacIal Expressions Of J ff- i I i t 4 I t t t Properly Fitted Glasses make the vsrj Facial Expression more Attractive We adjust Frames Accurately and Fit each lease Separately and Scientifically We do a High Class Business and Guarantee our Prices and Work to be Absolutely Satisfactory 10 1 Drop in and see what we have to offer you 0y R L HILL JEWELER and OPTOMETRIST 0 0Phon No2 D Pampbellsville Ky 0O 0OOOOO i NWWO00 r FOXES WANTED Red and Grey Foxes 5200 to 250 Squirrels 50to 100 ocinsj 75to 525 And Express i Send name of your express office In first letter WT HODGEN Box 23- 2Carapballsville Ixy Notice I An order been entered at the regular August 1910 term of the Adair County court directing that a poll be opened and an election be held in Roley voting precinct No 1 of Adair county on the second Tuesday in Nov 1910 submitting to the voters of said precinct the question as to whether or notcat tie or any species thereof shall be pper mitted torun a6 large in said pre cinct Therefore I will on Tuesday Nov 8 1910 cause a poll to be opened and an election held at the regular voting places in said precinct submitting to the voters the question as to whether or not cattle or any species thereof shall be permitted to run at large A D Patteson Sheriff of Adair County LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer 550600 Beef steers 30Q525 Fat heifers and cows 3 004 50 Cutters 2003 00 Canners 1 100200 Bulls 2504 00 Feeders 3755 00 Stockers 2 504 75 Choice milch cows V 35004500 Common to fair cowsOo 150030 00 HOGS j Choice 165 to 200 4 lr 865 Mediums 130 to 165i 8 80 Pigs T7f V 780 Roughs Vi v 785 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs J 5255 75 Culls 13254 25 Fat sheep 3 035O GRAIN oJ Wheat fl25 nrn I J nv 100 Local Market The followi gsth Local Market given byS H Grinstead Co today Eggs r 2 19 Hens t 08 Chickens vv l v A 8 Cocks UJ 3 Turkey Q J 6 to8 Geese 4v y ji kl v 7 Wool cleiiyionise I r 20 to 23 t Wool Cwaahed r 28Jx 30 dldes ra vv ji1fo 6 to 8 Efta iflry v J 14Jtol- 6MifaU U 3U 35 to40 Bftt vaxv t5 25- M irc 1 Ib lb 1 I Wheat Drills I it3a3E3E We have both the Empire a n d Superi = or in Six or Eight Disc or Hoe ready for you to hitch to on short notice JOE3oaor z i FertilizersrThat Ifood for ther least money is what every farmer waGive us an accurate description of your land and we can furnish the grade to suit IDE3oao The Jeffries Hardware Store p r h I r r II FERTILIZERA Ir J I If you want to grow Wheat Grass t or Oats the best brands areasf r THE GROVES f See it and get what is suited J eV to your land Sold by It CS E YOUNG Place of business back of Russell S Gol L tStore d1 L iK j for Salt Aaix riittage wlthli acre I t71 J15 good young orchard and outbuildings II474t Jo E Flowery f i t T i TT T H y iiiT a THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS f meeting in the public tschool W E Sanders 7 True culture how obtained Emma Overstreet V 8 Noon recess12 to 1 oclock 9 How does general knowl edge affect the moral life T 0 wentMortonWhite 10 Effect of a study of history upon mind and character Mrs Charlie young Minnie feiifley 11 Does education pay Prof Moss heartydcooperation o parents Oscar Sinclairt 13 How to secure good at TupmanI teaching of Civil Gor melt the public schools G L PerryS man Miss Pearl Hindman Pres W S Sinclair Vice Pres Pointed Paragraphs Too many matchmakers spoil the romance Life is full of pain a few men get hanged most men get mar riedWhen a girl has a married sis ter its a sign she is going to run her love affairs for her Everybody has conceit a few succeed in concealing it Fat isthe sort of thing women can always get unless they need it f The way to get a woman to be polite to another is for her to hate herw You are entitled to feel you are reasonably sane when you dont thinknearly everybody else is crazy The harder it is to support a big family the easier it is to getI oneThe way to make a woman en joy a yatching trip is to photograph her on it A man always thinks it takes less brains to run somebody elses business than his own The woman with the smallest foot may possess the longest tongueOne of the best ways to get engaged to a girl ito make her think some other girl is wining to- hobble Skirt Wont Last Hobble skirts will be short lived bjecause they are not artis tic are unnatural and too amendable to exaggeration is what Mr Redfern the leading costumer of London says At least that is what he said the other day sh landed on our shores for a brief visit V f The hobble skirt is disgust ing Mr Redfern saidan the way it has been exaggerate d makes itt even more so One would Hardly know the original hobble skirt if one accepted a models some one sees nbwadays Miss Cecil Sorrel an English actress appeared recently at th opera in London ina Louis Xy skirt which attracted instant attention The skirt is long and flowing and is artistic from eatery point of view That is th style which will prevail next both in Paris and London and i York All of which sounds very good for there are few of us who ar oenthusitstic about it we Will t it 11 ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR If so we can furnish anything you may J need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof = ttiing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns of every description Our stock of Siding r Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould fling is manufactured from Dry Lumber d We can furnish any material needed int l I our line and keep the largest and best assorted stock of Finishing Material of I any firm In this section of the StateiPhone 44fri4 I AJNTDTJSKY fe COMPANYo COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 4 matIterifus feel uncomfortable we will wear them if they look graceful but the hobble skirt is neither comfortable nor graceful so the quicker it goes the happier we shall feel Prospects in the Senate Fcrced to admit the possibility of a Democratic majority in the next House of Representatives Republican leaders are now turn ing their attention to prospects in the Senate The Senate now stands Republicans 58 Democrats 34 so that to obtain a ma jority of one the Democrats would have to gain 13 seats They have recently gained one by the Maine election leaving then 12 more legisatures to car J ry On March 3 the terms of 29 senators will expire Five of these 29 senators are Democrats They are Taliaferro of Florida Rayner of Maryland Money of Mississippi Frazier of Tennessee legIislaturare overwhelmingly Democratic The 24 Republican senators rep resent states several of whose legislatures at their last sessions were either controlled bp the Republicans by a narrow margin or contained Democratic majori ties on joint ballot For instance in the legislature of Delaware the Republicans had 4 majority on joint ballot in Montana 2 in Ohio 31 in New Jersey 35 while in the legislature of Indiana th Democrats had 16 on joint ballot in Missouri 8 in Nebraska 45 in Nevada 25 If in seven of these 24 states there should be such a political turnover as recently occurred in Maine the Democrats Would gain their 12 senator This is wKy Republican leaders are at present deeply cbncernecLregard SenateeaIn commenting on the pros p eeLs in the Senate an independ ent newspaper believes that the adfighting chance of electing sena tors from Dele ware Indiana Missouri Montana Nebraska and reasonssfor expecting success in Califor nia Connecticut Massachusetts Dae kota Wisconsin and Wyoming While this paper does not enter tain expectations of so many landslides as would be necessary doesebelieve that the Republicans are tonhold a majority the United States Senate than they have TheGritt f f 1 liS j L e v l v KIin C m 7T in IIQI in C III ii nS in71 m7f in 1- IS Fifth Avenue Hotell S PIKEmCAMPBELL MGRwIN 71 v V 1 1cy Refurnished Redecorated and e II modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu vl e 11 wni an e al IS rlC urc es an v1- 4k Theaters vi FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE 7 11c FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS t mI- t viI 7f Louisville Kentucky 1V yi V 1i 4 viVw dv iii i vv I71C mL m n C AS uiSi i i m 7I mii C i m r w 4a e ose veseeee seeee e oyo 0 CO PA NY- BLINDS Etc i Largest3 Sash and Door House e in the South o Send your orders to us for prompt shipment o andgood goods If We appreciate them iE1 L1 HUGHES CO tINCORPQRATED UARDW D1ETZMAN 1301 Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOOBINGI1YORK Sash Doors Blinds g Mouldings Columns Porch Material Stair Interior Finish Wholesale 211215 E Main Street- LOUISVILLE KY u u PresJ COCKS v Pres Sec WT tone Milli SupplyjA ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED 1889 fIIUUW IGt1TSlmACt1IftlSTS INeINIENGINES BOILERS SAW MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS THIRTeeNTHMttINJOUISlI4L SMOKESTACKS f SOLlCITRri Worke I All Kinds of Machinery epaJt dJ0 =oJ= o =0J1IF GET OUR PRICES ON- UJ o Gal van zed Roofing fiBEFORE YOU BUY See our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleats and Cap Roofing put on V like tin roof without any nails exposed and is better than any tin roof Owithmt any nails exposed and isTbetter than any tin roof It will last a life 0itime without painting We carry in stock V Crimp and Corrugated Iron Roofing Gravel Rubber and all kinds of Paper Roofing r f H Dehler BroseF II6 Cast Market between rtrstand Brook O IOU SVILLE K YnPo=ooo 3 cJr J f cL J THE I1 DAIR COUNTY NEWS j P I Get Well fIIf you are sick you wish to get well dont you Of course you do You wish to be rid of the pain and againIfr by female trouble you can quickly get the right remedy to get well ItsCardui This great medicine for women has relieved or cured thousands of ladies suffering like you from some female trouble LwlAKE CARDUIJ39 For Womens Ills Mrs Fannie Ellis of Foster Ark suffered agony forseven years Read her letter about Cardui She writes 1 was sick for seven years with female trouble Every month I would very nearly die with my head and back I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was cured Cardui is a Godsend to suffering women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES Nell I I A A Pulliam has been on the sick list The farmers have been very busy cutting up command cutting tobacco The meeting dosed here last Sunday after going on one week conducted by Bro Glaive We had a glorious revival Mrs Malissa Hamilton Red Lick attended meeting here and visitedseveral relatives Miss Annie Kinnaird is sick with a slow fever she had to stop her school Mrs Tom Moss is very sick at thisxtime Several of the men here were in Edmonton last Monday and Roy McKee bought 5 mules colts r and Pomp Bell bought 2 Quite a number from East Fork and other neighborhoods attended the meeting here A A Pulliam bought one calf from Jim Reece for 10 1iher daughter last week Mrs Bob Simpson who had been sick but at this time is better Aunt Mag Groves who fell some time ago and got badly crippled is improving slowly at this time Mrs Mary Bell and MrsLizzie Pulliam spent Wednesday at S L Kinnairds to see Annie Joe Bell bought one mule colt k from Tom Combs s I Irvins Store j Our farmers are sowing wheat Sugar cane is ripe and we hear talk of the old fashioned stir off Mr Dry Jeffries was here looking after cattle a few days ago He bought one heifer of Lqndo Meesefpr19 s U Z Roy bought a farm from Zollie Roy for 325 1 Dr Hammond sold one hog to reno Merkly for 16 fi There Is a new girl at Tommy Hoppers Several from this part attend t0 ed Childrens Day at Pine Grover I Sheriff Hughes and Jailer Sul divan came up last weekarrested Rob Bowner and Hord Wilson but they were released on bond It With Bertram against Powers there will be no walk over Now r give us McCreary for Governor Gafnett for Attorney General r Qllie James for the Senate and l ithingswill begin to happen fast1 ljb r rSV tf l t j t Rugby Farmers are very busy in thi section cutting tobacco and pull fodder IMrs R Y Simpson has been sick list for several days Mrs Amanda Harvey who has been sick for some time is no better Mr Noah Loy and family of Breeding were visiting at G W Currys last Sunday Mr A C Froedge wife and little daughter Elsie were visit ing F A Strange last Sunday Mr U T Royse and wife RoysesIThe spelling at this place last Thursday night was well atten ed Mr Billie Royse who has been visiting his parents at Dirigo stoppedat this place on his re turn to Pleasant Hill Ill Mr S C Neat grocery drummer called on our met chants last week Mrs Brad Walker of Nell visited her daughter Mrs RY Simpson last week Mr J B Brake and wife are visiting in Cumberland Miss Anna Shive and Mis Zella Fields were visiting at A K Rupes last Monday night t Several from this place at tended the spelling at Antioch There will be a protracted meeting at this place commenc ing the fourth Sunday in October There will be and all day sing ing at Breeding second Sunday in- October Dinner on the ground Every body come The music will be rendered by J V Dudley and G WeTurner Knifly The health oi the community is reasonably good at the present time The weather has been fine and warm for the past few days Fodder saving is the order of the day in this neighborhood Born to the wife of Rob Quinn the 17th of Sept a boys Rev Z T Williams failed to fills his appointment at this place the first Sunday on account of high waters Sirs C M Biult and children visited Mrs J M Turner of near Care Valley a few days of last week b Born tQthewlfe offL R Chel f the 20th of Sept aboy M1tjonPet jfbmp J t 1 rjr bellsville vjsiteIMr and Mrs David Harden last Saturday and Sunday Mr H R Spurling of Manns ville visited his daughter Mrs WIMiss Lucy HardeV and Mr Willie Jones of Pellyton eloped for Tennessee last Friday night Misses Lillie and Bess Wheeler visited Miss Lettie Feese las Saturday Miss Fannie Hancock has been visiting her sister Mrs Howard Leach fdr the last two week IMr W B Farmer and Mrs Farmer of Mannsville visited the tatters brother Mr A C Wheeler a few days of last week Mr J J Humphress is erect ing a new store house in our town Mrs Mary Brockman r is visiting her daughter Mrs Dr Gab bert of Roley this week A little child of Frank Corbins shas a case of diptheria Dr J C Gose was in Louis ville a few days of last week A Hovious is now receiv IMr fall stock of merchandise Mr J D Absher was in our town one day last week Mr Marcus Ellis and wire of Cane Valley were visiting the latters sister Mrs Louise Hum phress a few days of last week Sugar Grove The health of this community is not very good There are two or three that have been down for some time Mr Richie Carney has been confined to his bed for several weeks with typhoid fever He is not improving any Mrs Mandy Dishman is still in a bad condition Mr Alonzo Alexander who got his leg broken several days t ago is getting along nicely The people are very busy saving their feed and cutting their tobaccoI Rev Allen Reynolds and wife made their return from Texas where they have been for the past fourteen months Roy Hurt and wife are selling out preparatory to going to Illinois to make that State their future home We hope how well they may do out there Rev D T Tarter and wife are attending Conference at Ruscsellville Eddy Garrett is working steadily on his new residence in order to get it ready to move into this Fall The Revs Roberts and their wives are engaged in a protract L ed meeting at flollie Grove this week Our people were very much surprised to hear of Mr Johnnie Patterson getting married as no one knew thaf she was courting- w Miss Baker Diphtheria is a scare to the people o f this neighborhood- There are three or four cases close to us Mr Romie Nee ham has a child very bad with diphtheria also Mr Jim Branham has one very bad v Dr Holliri Simpson and Miss Hooker Alexander were married Wednesday night at the Christian church atBurkesville May they live a happy and successful life is the wish of the writer l J z Jt fl trt- t td An I iy 4Jlj IWe were sorry to hear that Edna Hurt had lost her mind since her husband died We know her troublesare great but we hope she will bear it Moving a Big Rock x There is a famous historical rock on the banks of the Al legheny river near Franklin astthe Indian God rock which it is proposed to move to Franklin to insure its preservation It is figured that the rock which bears Indian hieroglyphics weighs about 125 tons It is believed that it can be lifted from its foundation in whole or in part by one of the railroad steam cranes and loaded on a carand taken to Franklin It has been visited by thousands- of persons among them many scientific men who have pro uounced it an Indian relic of much historical worth Program Teachers Association to be held CallL Song 2 Devotionalexercises Geo Breeding 3 Purpose of Teachers Asso ciation Dallas Firkin 4 Right school spirit how to secure Estelle Willis Lutie Bar ger i 5 True culture how obtained Celeste Shirley Kate Walker newIschool law Pearl Hindman 7 The teachers daily selfex examination Grace Dudley J G Reece r 8 Some teachers cause disorder how Elbert Webb F A Strange 9 School sanitation Dr U L Taylor 10 The faculties of the intellect how trained T E Thur man Ethel Moore 11 Best means of securing at tention in recitation Zella Fields Tilford Petty 12 Relation of parents to the school Chas Diddle Eliza Vaughan 13 General and Specialedu cation Nannie Rowe 14 How the State is benefitted by the education of its youth Alvin Rosson Mrs J H Pick ett Elbert Webb Vice Pres 4 Bad Habit One of the worst habits that boys can fall into is thatof laof ing about the street at night It is then that they cast their lots in slippery places All good and byIey learn nothing that is good but everything bad The boys who spend their evenings at home with good books for their com panions are the future hope of the untry They will fill our legislative and congressional halls ridsit in judgment on men and measures while theI boys who run the streets will fill our enitentiaries almshouses and lunatic asylums Parents who are responsible for these i broKen laws of decency will have b Roken hearts and bow dead in the awakening years that will inevitably followS I mwr 0fiTi J 4A rc9C a ocnoaoc c WEEKLY 1GOURIERJOlJRNflL HENRY WATTERSON Editor I I Is a National Newspaper Democratic in i politics Itprints all the news without 1 Jg I fear or 100s i a year but you can get the WEEKLY i I AND COURIERJOURNAL THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS oBOTE L 0 A 150 I if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier Journal I Daily CourierJournal Yr 600 jj I Sunday CourierJournal YrS200 i can give you a combination cut IWea Daily er or Sunday if you will write f ixi ae fX ax X m i1 Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker Birdsell nilburn = =WagonsAcar loadjofOliver Chilled Plows A carload of Disc Harrows A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters and II One= Horse Corn Drills Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever showrrJ in this Green River Countryready for Spring trade q LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind dlf Farm Implements at any ftamnB dftAr on the Lz N R R l Woodson LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders prom ply atteaded to 1FIIThe Adair County Mews and XourierJournat z B6th One Year f rt5o 4 ii t i rifi j j 1 f i iiJtrl l H t J I eI t j j I I 1 Jt h i d t J r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS WI 1J iJj 1 t f4ri II I y j L y QiM ill ORGEFrL i 0 r r I I I j I I y W i At Columbia Wednesday Oct 19 191ii t1 4 f One Good Lot and 3000 in Gold given Away Columbia and the Li ndsey = Wilson Training School offers special inducements to the Horn seeker and Investor alike The Graded School is quite anad = vantage to the City and Public and affords many people of limited means anAhere Just as well as they can bsending them away from home at a great cost By keeping your children in school at your home ygu havethem under your own supervision ands care which in many cases is of great value in the formation of the character of your children Come to this Lot Sale and 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 amoral and desirable place f to reside 1 7 Columbias population is rapidly increasing and real estate has doubled invalue in the last five years Within the past few years many people have5lo = I Seated here for the purpose of educating their children They have bought homes and are satisfied Heres rooifi for many more of these desirable citiz- ensLOCATE f IN COLUMBIA 4 r rk r Investment in Columbia Real Estate have proven profitable to others and will to you We have a beautiful tract of land in one of Columbias best resi = dent sections We think you will agree that this is a most attractive place to build a home Investments in these sub = divisions have proven profitable Ilt to others 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 datevft V rv COme to the Lot Sale in Columbia jI iIfyou can pay rent you can live in your own home This sale will be a good time and placelto make your start toward owning your own home Buy a i lot at this Sale while you can get them at ground floor prices Ask your wife if she would like to have a nice new home made and designed especially for her and see if she doesnt smile more pleasantly than she has for years and I know you can pay for it on our easy termst X Wouldnt you rather pay 6 percent interest than 20 per cent rent Think of the satisfaction of living hi your own home and come to the big lot sale in f i i Columbia September 19th In new sub = division in Russell Heights is the place to invest your money The ofd resident sections were Once new Havent they not proven good Investments Come to the Lot Sale a 4t t u tf q tllht qJi ltIl f TH I RTY DOLLARS In OOLDFreeIt Cost You Nothing For a Chance Come to the Big Lot Sale and Get a Free Ticket r Music by one of the Finest Brass Bands jn Kentucky 1 P A JI c i The Lots that we wii Sell at tionAti- I OR Oclock Wedneday Octobert 19ft910i J3ep y Ear the Best and most desirable Lots Ever Offered to the People of Columbia They are closeto the Schools Churches and business center r ONE GOOD LOT ABSOLUTELY FREE r t r theicloseIbe when the drawing takes r 5 iJof the Sale You must present 7 t t VT r rp Onethirdcash t balance one and two years with 6 per cent interest and any brie wishing to pay r j2 per centt deducted from twothirds of purchase Every lot offered will Iisoldfor what it brings Columbia I JZjcLSy 1 GI lllo is a growing little city Real estate is advancing rapidly Get on the ground floor at this sale The public is invited attend Jh1S sale an invest their nToney where it will bring therp handsome profits Come and i bring your fntheJ 0or 20 in gold It costs you nothing orf a chance Fhsstgiilations of thisSale Jkv are that no lots will ever be rentedsold or leased s r f yrto a person of African decent II gr vf V x T f v r V0 V VJr I t J eSp IfIIY L V V V S W m c a fc M iib 3Hf Hv I t 11 J tij z ti Ol t i Iii N j f d y II cNiYIt J D 4t sY 4 CRDENtf to i fr TkIMf l fr J i jjiJir t j E1 1 if Jr atY I j t iiit t tt V t 1PI I wiP i I r g t tr 4 fj j f i j i Hir W tWi f k 1fi j 1CHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS y f we 41 1ij t i 4 trI I 1 i Yerib J l qrf y v v fr1 1 lJr J i f4 4 r t J rJ J ttJJ tr jj 1 x t I 4 J Th- qi 1 ili1 t lJ1 f t rioo DON1IoR E11It tJ J 0fJ I I I Aii i 1 t I At Columbia Ky WedfiesIay Oct N 4 t j i 9 I9lOa c 4 i r 4f- or btb j11 Sr0 f V jiA One Good Lot and 3000 in Gold venAWTc K Columbia and the Lindsey = Wilson Trainin g Sehool offersspecial in4ucerrientsto the Hom seeker and Investor alike The Grade School is quite anad= ifvantage to the City and Public andaffdrds many people of limited means an opportunity to educate their children here Just as well as they can b send ing there taway from home at a great costBY keeping your children in school at your home yu havetheni under your own supervision and care which in many cases C is of great value in the formation of the character of your children Come to this Lot Salet and buy Lots and build ahome where you can educate your children 3 A splendid place to locate and educate your children and spend your declining years It enjoys more than a local reputation as being amoral and desirable place K to reside 1 Coumbia s population is rapidly increasing and real estate has doubled iuvalue ii1 the last five years Within the past few years many people have 1o= seated here for the purpose oj educating their children They have bought homes and are satisfied Heresroom for many more of these desirable itizehlJ t f r II n Y LOCATEJNt COLUMBIA A 1l I r 4 lISInvestment in Columbia Real Estate have proven profitable to others and will to you We have a Jbeiiitifilfi tract of land in one of Columbias best resi = dent sections We think you will agree that this is a most attractive place to build a home Investments in these sub =divisions have proven profitable to lofhers inland towns and it will here We will also sell the mansion house with 10 rooms and about 5 acres of fine land at auctionat same dateJ r if rl vl I Come to the Lot Sale in Columbia j T if 11 f ft 4 J v t If you can pay rent you can live in your own home This sale will be a good time and place to make your start oward owning your own home Buy a tat this Sale while youcan get them at ground floor prices Ask your wife if she would like to have a nice new home made and designed specially for her ir rand see if she doesnt smile more pleasantly than she has for years and I know you can pay for it on our easy termsCr r c Wouldnt you rather pay 6 per cent interest than 20 per cent rent Think ofthe satisfaction of living in your own home and come to thee biglot salejn Columbia September 19th In new sub = division in Russell Hei ghis is the placebo invest your mo Yaonce new a en theyJ V not proven good Investments Come to the Lot Sale l tti Jt O11 i MFE t t r j THIRTY DOLLARS 1h GOLD Freef c It Cpst You Nothing For a Chance Come to the Big Lot Sale and Get a Free Ticket Music by one of the Finest prass Bands in Kentucky VL 5H i fir 1Jfi j t The Lots that we wilt StJlat Auction At f r i On OcIok Wedneday Otoberro9ir 191O- t hv w t SiKeffiy Far tlie j siand most desirable Lots Everr Offered to the People of Q0Mmbi- v Thl are closeto the Schools Churches andd business center itT t 7 f5 i i ihlV ONE GOOD LOT ABSOLUTELY FREE ffy jJ r 7 w Tvo evervI white mkh woman or child who attends this sale we will give ticket whicht wentitles themtopatticipate inSi drawing forttve Free Lot at theicloset pfctHeSale You jnustlfe present when the drawing takes place r t P t f One third cash balance one and two bears vvith 6 per cent rterest andany bee vihlng to pay cash 2 Per cent i i tedOm two t f irdspurlll Every lot offered will besolde for what it brings lwabia 1iAe sgo tt Iitcity Realestate is advancing rapidly Get on the ground floor at this sale The If a Y3ted toa dJh x ie a vevk their money where itc brx th hiIsme rots C 4 lriDuout friatld and buy theseIota You w IIserer re 1L ou may draw the Free L trlheOI 0w gqldS Youn iifar a chDrtto a of thin are tha t no lots w ever rented sold tl i fJtoapersondAfrican entII t r 7fA w t t 17 1 t 1iI tfi I fi f r j r fr J IY fi fY J v J it 1 J i iIt t 1r t Ii i J i t f 0 0 A I r A 10 1 t f Wi r kM WJIi ti i 4 s 11- r t