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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v S k r i l- I x r f 5 icd y ofJIw ft AaifI nfI fb1f t R II J it 1 t f t S i I VQLUMFXIH COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19 1910 NUMBER 50 IAutomobile distro Y ell by Fire Fire alarm wras sounded from the idenc of MrQeo 0 Bassett last iursday atternoon about 530 and a large crowd of men and boys immediate- lylj started to the scene On the way jthey learned that Mr Bassetts auto ohr1nobile house was on fire the machine Vbeing in the building By the time assistance reached the location the fire was in such headway it could not be ex tinguished and the building and automobile were soon in ashes Mr Bass CampbellsviIIein the house more than thirty minutes un til the fire was discovered It is be lieved that gasoline sprung a leek which started the blaze machine was secondhand but a 1good one and was yalued by the owner at 1000 insurance 400 The barn that was burned was the property of Judge T A Murrell Listen Farmers Did you know the most valuable thin on your farm was the manure you pro duce The only way to handle it i I with a manure spreader I sell the best makes on the market Call or writ me at Columbia Ky Hugh M Noe tf J Married Rev W T Salmon pastor of the Presbyterian Church Blanket Texas arid Miss Eva Cowan a highly accom plished voung lady of Wavery Tenn were married at the home of the bride last Wednesday and at this time ar spending a vw days with the parents of the groom this county before going to Texas The groom was partly reared near Columbia and he stands high asa minister in the Presbyterian Church He was on our streets lastI Thursday receiving congratulations of friends Jamestown There is one thing very noticeable about the Capital of Russell It is as large as some of her neighborin- towns but it is a place where peace reigns supreme Its inhabitants re mind a sojourner of one big family Every body is on equality and if a fam ine should come and there were no wbinperson every body in the community would go td them and welcome as longI as bread stuff lasted Style has never run any body crazy in Jamestown Her people prefer good comfortable clothes money to gingle in their pockets to fine raiment Why a lady in James town would not think of wearing a thir plentwho JoiThe people not only in Jamestown but throughout Russell county are prosperous though it seems they are so unpretentious that they make an effort to try and keep the outside wort dtez from knowing how contentedly they are getting along Mondaywas the opening of circuit court and all sections of the count were representedthe welltodo man and the poor man were intownand the writer ventures the assertion that there was not oneperson in the entire crowd but had some money in his pock et consequently the business men of the town enjoyed a fine trade I have a set of rubber tire buggy wheels which I will sell at cost S F Eubank I Mr Lee A Akin son of Mr George R Akin this county who lives inBBlaine county Okla was recently li epubIell that he will be elected Mr Akin is gentleman and has made man lwarm friends since he became a cit zen of Oklahoma Being from Adair county Ky is sufficient evidence that he would make a good sheriff or a goIanything else he should undetakeI papjalp er las Texas He States that himself and Mrs Butler left for Texas Friday He did not say that he would locate in th- city tojbacbSaturday afternoon It will be a me- i tlIlngthat ev ry busineM man and fa 1rProf4tMWi18on jwifeha 1 y Bomaa land are oed tberMid th Gr 1 uildLted last kT blii E Brtxithii and wife Jones Bradshaw Last Saturday afternoon Mr Leonard Jomes of Cannier Hart bounty and Miss Hattie Bradshaw a popular teach er of Adair county drove into Columbia and to the residence of Rev B M Currie who in a very impressive ceremony united them in marriage The groom is a son of MrW H Jones who a number of years ago was a citizen of this and who is wellknown in Columbia where hehas many warm friends Tne bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Ad Brad shaw and is a popular and very deserv ing young lady For the present the couple will reside in Adair county as tne bride is teaching in the Fairplay country Notice To whom it may concern Notice is hereby given that the E L Si nclair Co has decided to quit business cease to exist asa corporation and wind up in business and from now businessg tosout stock of goods and property debtsesame apply the proceeds to the payment of said corporation debt as rapidly as can be done E L Sinclair Co Oct 10 1910 494t Officers November Election West ColumbiaM C Winfrey and M Cravens Judges J L McLean sheriffeEast Columbia Robt Pennycuff and J H Pellet Judges A H Ballard Clerk J C Strange sheriff MilltownS M Baker and Geo Cheatham Judges Jo B Keltner clerk Rollin P Browningsheriff KeltnerW Gr Pickett and Manny Kemp judges H C Janes clerk W C Rogers Sherif- fGradyvilleLafe Akin and J D Wal ker Judges Elbert Nell clerk J A Diddle sheriff ElroyGeo R Akin and James CamPbellclerkg Harmony W H Hamons and Wm Loy Judges Finis Harvey clerk 0 Ho McClister sheriff EtF Sanders sheriff White OakWJ Roy and S A Epperson Judges Hiram Conover clerk Wm T Conover sheriff Little CakeBruce White and Ben Evans Judges Jas A Winfrey clerk J H Grant sheriffl Pellyton G N Roberts and Welb JasHJosepdhn J Humphress sheriff Cane Valley W H Russell and T Tupman Judges J B BeardelerkJ TrG Sublett sheriff EgyptJ W Foster and John B Grant Judges T W Rice clerk Coy Sanders sheriff I have 36 acres of ground upon which outbuilYd Pleasant Hill on Jamestown road for sale 492t Lygora Sande PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W HC Sandidge Eoineezer v E J Barger Glennville JR Crawford Columbia G W Pangburn Pleasant Ridge J F Black Clear Spring W J Levi Union 9kaWpeL J Menzies Mt Hope M Carrie Tabor JP Stapp Liberty T E Ennis Greensburg J F Roach Harrodsfork GradYvillaW r yWanted at Iha LindseyWilson sev lentyfive cords of good wood four feet woodland483t Revs Frank Turner C Rv Dean J M Turner and Delegate Oliver Hadl et attended the United Brethren Cpjifer sots at Reynolds Hancock county It maatn y reports readshowing th the Church was growing in boundary of the Conference Bishop Matthew Chicago Ill was present and preafd over thedehberat1onsAnumberofa- plesermonswere deliy sred The n Pleaslra T vtlie xohilt who was sent Taylor county by t 1bnferenc willketnoVI11i faDiil w t t plat e iriilfei4r1 s tBJ7 r eithe taell or ra thpr rtylffiI fit jtJ 4 i Considering tilt Matter IMr Garnett Breeding who is engage the lumbe business headquarters at Amandaville Cumberland county has just returned from the Illinois State Fair which was held at Springfield Mr Breeding hasJjeen thinking for several years of running an auto mobile line between Columbia and Campbellsville and while on this trip he visited Chicago and other large cities and made his intentions known to automobile manufacturers He gave them a complete discription of the pike between the two towns and also told them of the failure in the past to get a machine to stand the road The automobile people tookin the situation and informed him they could furnish a machine that would be a success Mr Breeding is seriously considering the matter and if he is furnished with a satisfactory guarantee he will put a machine on the road He is now i correspondence with the company an- a difflnite made gylaterVALUABLEFARMS In Old Virginia For Salepo They are located in the famous James River Valley one of the richest sec tions in the Atlantic Slope Can be bought for less than one half their value If you want to live in a healthy cli mate with pleasant and profitable sur roundings closejjto the greatmarkets this is the country Forfurther in formation Address W E Harris 911 E Main St Richmond Va A Gift As I camein and opened the door There stood affair maid with ey sof blueI And a handsome youth with eyes of darkest hue We brought these flowers I think They are prettier than golden rod They are quite pretty I am sure But why we prize the golden rod so It is the emblem of our beautiful land America This lovely maid and dark eyed youth May each day be replete With loving words and kindly deeds That will make their lives complet Long may sunshine oer them linger Bright as that around them now Ere the touch of sorrows finger Leaves its impress on the brow Nellie B l3 j ForSaley22 head of fat steers and heifers Wihl is rDied at MII town xf Noah Wilson a young married man about 25 years old died at Milltown last Thursday afternoon at 6 pelocka victim of typhoid fever He was a s of Mr T B Wilson who runs the mi at that place The deceased leaves a wife and one child He was a veryi dustrious manlana liked by everybo in the community Columbsis have decided to have abig Tobacco show in Columbia in a shor time The premiums will beoffered and appear in next issue of The News Watch for next weeks paper Every grade bo in dark and Burley will have a go premium offered Ed Means l of this county was to have appeared in the Federal Court Louisville last Tuesday upon a charge of selling liquor but when the case wascalled he did not answer He was under bond of ones hundred dollars whichwas forfeited arid the witnesses dismissedi Ljj for Sale AsiXrroom cottage with If acre lot good young orchard and outbuildings 474ta JoE Flowers The Masonic Grand Lodge Grand Chapter and Grand Council are in ses sion in Louisville this week Mr Hor ace Jeffries is representing Colum b Lodge No9i Jo Russell Colum b Chapter No 7 and Geo T Flowers G4atAdofair were all in boftextLiceneesto marry were issued to the following couples last week J W Ateberarid His 73eaaeWheeler jIjE Bryant apd Alin BMeotjfOJRKbardii abd Wiit I BM r i I1flt 1 ECanad Je f J Ik l 1t iif i L j e To My Friends My stay in Columbia for the past two years has been a pleasant one The people have proven themselves my friends I have enjoyed their friend ship and kindness and I hopefor them the beat of everything in the future I leave with you my best regards and kindest feelings and shall continue to think of you as my friends There are many whose names are too numerous to mention that have shown me and my family no little kindness May our Fathers blessings be upon us all and nay we be true to Him whose I am and whom I serve- R L Tally Ladies and childrens cloaks at Sin clairs Basket ball Basketdin mnasium Friday night The first me was played by the girls the town team which was composed of Misses Huldah McFarland Ruth Stapp Mae Upton Mary Miller and Loretta Dun played the dormitory team com sed of Misses Annie Hodges Alva Knight EllaTodd Leontine Leechman and Allie Garnett The town team were ahead at the close of the first half but the dormitory team gained in the last half and won by four scores Umpire Jennye McFarland Refree Mable At kins BOYS The second game was between the Columbia Athletic cluband Lindsay Lineup C HCa LW Judd C Bell McBeath XV R F Lewis flulse LFRheaT Jiidd R G Holladay Hancock LAG Rosenfiela Cravens Sub Hulse Both teams played a splendid gam but C H C won by several scores Umpire Milliken Refree C B Did die A Farm for Sale stllofbottom balance mostly timber NearI turnpike church and school room farm dwelling good new barn and 3 fine springs At a bargain if taken at once H S Robinson 50 3t Campbellsville Ky The ball game vplayed on the Gadber ry campus between the Roy and Har rodsfork boys last Saturday was a vic tory for the Roy boys with a score of to 3 Hurrah for the Roy boys The main feature of the game was Jeffries s catching and Bryants pitching for Roy Struckout by Bryant 12 Harrodsford 7 boysA F frn o 4 roomhouse and 1 acre of land ne a anthe Graded School Poseesion give jj 11at onceFrank Sinclair CorbindY StSaturday night together with his crop of tobacco and farming implements al1Ilingimplements sured withH S Robinsons Agency of Campbellsville i odStrayedOn last Saturday night a mare mule four years old abut payf9Jaid in recovering her It Hunn Coffey Columbia Ky In another column will be Mound t Master Commissioners advertisement Dohoneyfarm miJesfromCanfarms in the county conveniently iota ed close to school and churches The sale will be on the first Monday in November t For Sale 7 miliaIn spite of the fact that a streriipus effort has been made in this state salestimulating nY of torinTheact ng but beer staves in she it improv ell manner dr i Bro L BArvinwhokan bees em yedas vanfist foe the Ruwell f7rnik Mutioft a locatadtx at t1 pbeiisrilleli iYJDC TWUtOt Study fi fir t 1 j ir At The Columbia Hotel Mr Thos C Floyd ofStanford and Miss Mary H Bridgewater of Cane Valley this county were married in the parlors of the Columbia Hotel last Tuesday night the 11th Rev R L Talley officiating The bride is highlyin respected a daughter of Mr Bridgewater We understand that the groom is a very deserving gentleman The couple will reside in Lincoln county In the afternoon of the same day Mr E T McCaffree son of Mr P C Mc Caffree and Miss Addle Troutman were married at the home of the bride three miles West of Columbia It is a very worthy couple I have fifty suits which I will close out at cost F L Wilson Russell Springs 492tI Post Card Verse Displeases P 0 The Louisville Times of Tuesday the 11th inst gives the following account of a trial which came up before Judge Walter Evans A curious case growing out of a political feud in Metcalfe county came up in the United States Court this morn ing when R E McCandless a bnsi ness man of Edmonton was tried for violating the postal laws McCandless was accused by the Government of sending an objectionable postal card toa political rival The card said- Heres to Henry Vanzant Who made a little trade And he got everything that Bruce Tay lor IT Had formanYdaYs made Upon the credit of Taylor and Free At the seelbach Hotel did thugs eat A partyInMcCandless declared he did not send the card A number of the same kind were sent through the same post office noet guilty Judge Evans remarked Let him be discharged with the suggestion that he has been very kindly treated in this case I Ladies coats suits 7 to 20 at Sin clairs j Russell Circuit Court The opening of circuit court at James town Monday morning brought repre sentative citizens together from all parts of the county and by the noon hour the square was wellfilled with people Judge Carter arrived in due time or ganized the court and the lawyers set tied down to business The grand jury is composed of twelve good men who will do everything in their power to bring evil doers to justice The merchants and other Business men were busy throughout the day Judge Carter has about the usual number of cases docketed before him and will b ly get through with the businessth is week sn Bargain Counter Sale We have just received from a New ofYork Manufacturer avlarge assortment New Fall style shirt waists The line embraces handsomely trimmed and Tailored waist in white black and colors We have placed the entire lot anre ett r comea runnn g Russell Co 0 It Pays Some two or three weeks ago and a vertisement for a lost dog was place in The News and last week the pup delivered sound and allright He oho ed that he had suffered a little from his ahsoon him secoetnd hotman ifsmeritis For Sale Farm arid timbered la n within a mile and less of Russell SPri Fine poplar on part 200 and odd acr near Flairplay Adair county 2 dwefi in houses and lots n Columbia Grad- eresSchool District Apply to H C Herschel Ky48tf Charley Herriford remoyed to the McFarlaridfarmiastSatiirday1 li S D BPrliee WJho eraded Mr Herriforp the farms removed to the xeeiclenc s near the bridge vacated by Mr Her rifojd l ice IJuie John B Stetson hate at F Wilsons Rwwdl SPrP i Ky 21v tjflta lta tr a full t Jb 7l j ftIlami1ton Brid water fAt the home of the brides father ArJ 1Lucienwater Rev J R Crawford officiating The marriage was a private affair only immediate friends of the contract g parties being pesentand the hour was ten oclock Monday Oct 17 Mr and Mrs Hamilton left immediately after the ceremony for their future home in Idaho Miss Brillgwater was an erstwhile pupil at LindseyWilson and had many friends in Columbia as she was a deservedly popular young lady Mr Hamiltom formerly of Met caffe county is well connected and at prosperous young business man in the West Columbia Chapter No7 will meet next Friday evening The weather is unusually warm for this season of the year and it is report ed that considerable corn has injured in the shock Many of our farmers are in no hurry about sowing wheat as this kind of weather is inviting to the fly Strayed From my place in Columbia a red milk cow has been dehorned Will pay for any information J 0 Grissom tf The SemiAnnual Communion service will be observed at the Presbyterian church on next Sabbath morning There will be no evening service as the pastor is to begin a revival at the Mt Carmel church at the hour for the night service The regular meeting of Columbia Lodge No 230 I 0 0 F will be next Thursday night A full attendance is desired Commissioners Sale ADAIRCIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY Ella Dohoney c Plaintiff vs Betsey Dohoney c Defendant By victors of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render ed at the Sept Term thereof 1910 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court house door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th day ofJtfov 1910 at one oclock p m Of therabout being County Court upon a credit six months the following describ ed property to wit A certain tract of land lying in Adair county Ky on the Jwaters of Russell Creek containing about 95 acres This land will be offer eel in two lots divided by the turnpike road The one on which the dwelling and barn are situated contains 50 acres the other contains 45 acres then it will be offered as a whole and the bid or bids accepted which will realize the most money The judgment and order of sale are refered to for complete des cription and boundary For the purchase price the purchas er with approved surety or securities must execute Bond in 11teresthaving the force and effect of a Judgtment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with there terms W A Coffey Master Commissionerf Owen Hardesty received at this place last Wednesday 208 fat cattle from different parties at an average of 400 per cwt The entire lot brought 10j000 1 will pay 250 for a buggy rug lost from my barn in Columbia The rug was a heavy Winter rug one side red with two lion heads and buttons for thellrug Breedingw atin alysis He was about 75 years old and a member of the Christian church Eld funerali which the remains were laid to rest iri family burying ground lThe biggest line of clothing in Rus Wiles sons store Spring 492t t f llblx JoE Johnson has received iv message from Burley headquarter aft r Lexington that the 191Q rool was de Glared ore and was signed by J M Rankin Secretary Donthalf way fix your wheat land sif You want a good grade and good yield Put your ground in first close order and v then use fficentfertilizer and there f bolt will be satistactory n Mr Glint Walker of Gien fork fell rom thfc roof of a house last Friday and b oke pnepf hw Uiiihs fiie is quite kW omatf but js r4 iIQ inuall fgi p tlfiforx aenofs At iat lIS WilrbelcORftn oWirairal ciu k 1 ct L l k tir i IIi I j 2 t I A t f 4ir jh THE ADAIR COUNTY NEW t A Ik c pin Lovn Rememberance ofDear Grandpa pfe Mr Wm McFall who lived at his country home at Lula passed t away on Sunday morning Sept 25th 1910 He was 68 years old h when the end came T When the civil war broke out V he enlisted in Capt Wolford ompany and served until peace was declared His life work is finished and well done He leaves a wife two daught ers five grandchildren three brothers and one sister all was at the bedside when the end came except one brother who is in Missouri We all loved him as a husband father grandfather j and friend He shrunk at no time from following his ideals in peace and in war He was ever ready with his life and fortune The funeral services were con ducted by the vla oni Fraternity o which organization he had been a valuable member for a number of years The interment took place at his old home Mon day afternoon many friends being present Dearest Grandpa thou has left us And our loss we deeply feel But tis God that has bereft us He can all our sorrows heal Yet again we hope to meet thee When the day of life is fled When in Heaven with joy to greet thee Where no farewell tears is shed His loving granddaughter Lola Morrison Lula Ky His Romance Spoiled etters from a girl in Phila delphia who claims she has a prior claim to the affections of John A Howland a life saver xof Spring Lake N J have pre vented his obtaining the blessing of the Catholic church on his marriage On Sept 2 while the mother of Miss Helen OBrien an heiress was out for an auto mobile ride the young couple eloped When the mother re turned she took the bride and locked her in a room later tak ing her to St Louis Mo How fand followed Though their wedding had been performed by a protestant clergyman r Mr Hcwland sought the blessing of the Catholic church on the union in accordance with the wish of his bride Twice he attempted to obtain this blessing fibut on each occasion the priest Vhas received a letter from the young woman in Philadelphia The young swimmer admits he knows the young woman but de- v nies she has a rightful claim on him He declares he will go toI Philadelphia and see that further trouble is preventedI A Miracle in financ jjVhen Nelson Wt spurred by patriotism undertook to give his services to his country by enter Ving the Senate he was worth about 100000 That was 29 years ago Patriotism pays well sometimes At any rate the senator is now worth between 10000000 and 15000000 Moreover he has raised a large v J family in luxury maintained aj steam yacht and built a country rhome which requires a small V army of men to keep in condition Small wonder therefore that those whose ability as financiers f is limited would like to know V how it was done Friends as well as political Enemies seek formation Toplque himself is ranxious to know But I am l afraid that curiosity will note be f satisfied Tniis likely to re main at mystery as it is a miraclE in finance Iv lJii tsi c f r Amandaville f There is not much sickness in this part of the country Some diphtheria na few families but the doctors have it welt under control Born torn the wife of Mr Silas Stephensonon the 28th of Sept a son weighing ten pounds Mother and child doing well William and Finis Baker and Garnett Breeding went to Spring field Ill last week to the State Fair Judge George Herriford o f Columbia passed through here one day last week with a drove of fine cattle for the market up the country i There are some fine crops ofI Burley tobacco hv this vicinity the most of which has been pool ed While Orlando Wintrey with a little negro boy abtfut 8 years old was out hunting pawpaws one day last week a large Copper head snake bit the little boy on the big toe knocking him down rendering him senseless in a minute Sandy having no other remedy present tore a string off his clothes and tied it tightly around the toe and stuck his knife in the end of the toe making a pretty large opening so that it could bleed freely and in 30 minutes the boy was up and seemed to be entirely relieved and went on smiling and eating more pawpawstA 0 Baker has buijt himself the finest residence in this part of the county He is now painting and papering it in first class style R T Baker has just complet ed the finest stock barn in this part of the country It is 60 by 30 feetthree stories high with a cupalo on top and a silo at one corner 12 feet in diameter by 35 feet high holding 8 acres or 60J tons of feed Dick has a fineJ lot of Herriford and Aberdeen Angus cattle that he intends to winter in this barn This barn looks more like a big city church with a bellfrey and an observa tory to it to the people in this country than a barn The greatest revival meeting that was ever held in this part of the country was held last week in the large tent at Holly Grove near Bakerton by the two brothers John and Ernest Roberts and their wives traveling evangelists from Pilot Point Texas They preached nine days mornings and nights had one hunnred arid eleven conversions and a great many backsliders renewed their allegiance to the Master and most all of the old grudges between neigh bors and church members fixed up and everything is now moving along lovely and everybody seems happy and we trust that it will last These preachers have been traveling and preaching for the last twelve years and sure go at their work with a vim worthy of the cause They have traveled and preached nearly all over the United States and a part of Japan and jiricav They report this as one pf the most successful meetings that they have ever hedT As anap preciatipn of heitservicesJirt this community the people made tbem uptw hundred and twen tyfive dollars and iasked them to come again atlorn timer jn the future wi v jv 4 4 Xw jLt I2 8 4 i iiij Bog rJMo r pctSrd 1910 Editor News If you will allow me a little space in your good paper I will write a few lines to Our many friends in Adair county We left Gradyville Ky Dec 6th 1909 arrived in Carrollton Mo the 8th Our c car came in a few days later about the 15th We were located in our new home on the Carrollton and Chilicothe road Smiles north Of Carrollton and 2 miles east of Bogard a beautiful little town on the Chicago Burlington Quincy railroad We bayeR F D here and our mail is brought to our door every day about 3 oclock The Adair CountyNews reaches us Friday and is read with great pleasure nearly every number brings some sadness as well as a great deal of joy There has been so many accidents and deaths since we left home So of Dr Grissoms reIIstoredtwo or three to say to me WilI more I hear you are home I said Yes and I am glad that I can feel so I would hate to think that I had left my old home and good people I was raised with and not feel homesick I said if you had been with us at Cousin Charlie Yates a night or two before we left home and then at our Dear Bro Sandidge the last night we spent in Ken u ky and heard the good prayers they offered for our future welfare you wouldnt wonder at us being a little homesick and we know that they withmany Others of our good friends are still remembering us in their prayers v I want to say to the good peoI pie at home that we have been blessed by being located in another good neighborhood We have good neighbors and are close to a good school We have an eight 1nIngWe have three Sunday schools in reach of us and preaching every Sunday There are quite a number of Adair county peo pIe in Carroll county Mr War field Wlaker a cousin of Gov Hindman and an school mate of my fathers lives in Bogard I meet with him frequently When he shake hands with mehe makes my teeth chatter We attended the Street Fair atj Bosworth last week a beautiful little town 6 mile east of us I was honored as Judge in several of the saddle and harness rings Messrs Frank and Jim Gabbell formerly Adair county boyswere very uccessful in carrying out the blues Mrs Frank Cabbell wore the blue for the best lady rider Quite a number of draft horses were shown One mare was led on the scales that tipped the beam at 1900 Well we had a cold winter here Snow on the ground nearly all winter but not very deep cdn sequentiy the wheat was neaily all frozen out March was as pleasant as I ever saw I think There was ale crop of pats OW hand aioodytelda11n crop of clover and hay April an4 May was so weft at a large portion of the corn was not planted JitilJunef then we jha a dry spell inV August that hurt the cprniolmeJblt it has lieeii sea s onable lincjfc So if ft dont ceme too i8Kiflier will be 1ot 1i j il 7 7 id of corn made yet Corn has been selling for 65e per bushel all the year Lots of hogs are being fed here Stock hogs are selling from 8 to 10 cts and hard to get at that every body wants to feed out their corn Wheat is worth crom 90c to 100 per bush el oats 30c timothy hay 10 per ton clover hay 8 Wheat and oats have all been threshed The clover hulters are at work now quite a lot of clover Seed are worth 700 per bushel Good work hands are in demand here Harry Shirley the young man that came with us had a job waiting for him when he got here at 20 per month and board for the first two months and af ter that 25 Day hands are worth 125 Farmers are about through sowing wheat Well I will close by saying we have been wonderfully blessed with good health ever since we landed except our children all had measles shortly after we came We had the doctor to call once Ourneighbors were very good to come to see them and bring fruit Sallie and I would eat the fruit tell the children how good it land But after all I cant help but want to be back with the good people I was raised with t You remember shortly after our old friend J J Hunter went to Quanah Texas he wrote to the News and said I may possibly- be back there on a visit sometime but never will I be back there to live I can say I dont know as I will ever be back on a visit but I may possibly be back toliveMy friends Col J N Coffey and R W Shirley told me when we wanted to come back to let them know So you see we dont have to stay here if we dont want to But Jim said in the close of his letter If I never meet you on earth again I hope to meet you up yonder I want to say that is my aim too I must say we were over 1joyed and surprised beyond reas on Bro Charles Browning and family drove up to our door I could hardly believe my own eyes when I saw them I felt for a day or two like I was dreaming I only wish that they and many more of our good people would surprise us again or if you will let me know when you will be in Carroll ton Iwill glad ly save y uofa livery bill Now a word to the Gradyville correspondent give us a good letter every week and tell us something about every J body there With best wishesto the News and its many readers t remain Yours Truly J r Ll M Wilmore Brain Leaks y Sunday service will not atone for Monday meanness locksweremade to tell time by not to kill time by The world loves a loyer because it can have so much fun with em The half of the world that is ignorant of how the other half r live Ois also very generally ugt concerned ajbout it V Jealousy consists largely m ail SOInethingyouhQpe The man in love with his work- is never much concernM about the whistle Men who labor jfOTijthe rew of public approbatei ae1dot dI hear thc P 0 f I rIi I if i T r Crooked politics thrives best where the cry ofvote the ticket straight is loudestI The more money one has the theiblessings of poverty It would be easy to get to heaven if we were allo tsred to be the sole judges of our own conduct Funny isnt it but the boy who is so anxious at eighteen to have a heavy beard is even more anxious at forty to get rid of it a Short Arm Jabs The Commoner There are people who continue to applaud the man who para phrases one of the original Ten Commandments thinking that he is the original discoverer of the idea The indications are thatSunny Jim is suffering from a tempor ary eclipse- It seems juJging by recent republican primaries that when President Taft tried to put the pie counter ball across he rather foozled the put The latest edition of Mr Bar nes of New York seems destined to appear on the bargain coun ter set aside for damaged goods- Isnt it rather strange that the president does not solve the Bal linger trouble by putting Rich ard Achilles on the supreme benchWe are not so much interest ed in Prof Garners efforts to train monkeys to talk as we are in some scheme to prevent a lot of monkeys from talking so much Secretary Ballinger conveys the startliag intimation that he is about to point out a few black kettles if they do not immediate animadvertingIupon own pots Our republican brethren seem to be getting together for the sole purpose of ascertaining how far apt they can knock anoth er A few more such progressive victories as that in New York and the standpatters will be the winners We have often made note of the faat that a medium priced hat is never in style A lot more people would try to get into heaven if an admission fee was imposed upon them At any rate that New York scrap recalled to many minds the fact that there is such an office as the vice presidency of the United States A robber tariff lauded bypro gressives pxacts just as much tribute as a robber tariff lauded at Winona Your coal dealers will now endeavor to explain why he has to raisEftheprice125 a ton in order to meet the increased cost of ten cents per ton for mining it Advice to committee on rules for future progressive republi can conventions No hitting in the breakaway u V why tat Falls onlisFeet A scientist has constructed anr t irigenioiis model to show why a catin falling 4nvtriajlr alights 011 itiee 2hiiflid l rourl1 Y peaking consists of a cardboard cylinder wher n are stuck four ritQ irve for lags tog t6cr wh tI deio imidiar r t 5P r l principles The object of the experiment is to show that a Welcome Henry Neillof Chicago had had every lock taken from the doors and windows of his home andextends a hearty invitation to burglars to visit him at any hour of the day or night If hb is asleep he begs that they will awaken him as he firmly believes that what a burglar wants is the right hand of fellowship Far be it from me to dispute the mat ter with Mr Neill as he is secretary of the National Probation league he probably knows more burglars than I do and is closer intouch with what they want I should have thought they cared more for the silverware than for the right hand of fellowship Moreover Mr Neill himself must realize that no man who awakens at 3 a m with the glare of a bullseye lantern or an electrical torch dazzling him is prepared on the instant to shove out the right hand of fellowship No doubt Nr Neill wants to help the burglar to a better way of living That is as it should be But why not have some kindof hours for this business Why make it necessary for the serv ant girl to barricade the door with her trunk and ask a busy professional who Ms another crib to crack later to waste val uable time by waking up the head of the family just to enjoy a pumphandling of the right hand of fellowship felines peculiar faculty depends on the rotation df its tail with sufficient vigor This faculty is specially developed by climbing and leaping animals such as members of the cat tribe monkeys squirrels rats and most lemurs As ready stated the tail plays an imPortant part in the turning process According to the investigator all tree in habitating monkeys have long tails and there is not the slight est doubt that these tails are of great aid to all climbres in en abling them to turn in the air The tail also serves as a balancer as evidenced in the case of a squirrel which may be seen walking along a tightly stretch ed wire or string swinging its tail from side to side much after the manner of a tight rope walk er balancing himself with a pgle rt Stole ills Wire Triced Thice within a year Harry C Skimer is alleged to have stolen the wife of Alfred Ellsworth a resident of Brooklyn N Y The wife of Skimer is a sister of the plaintiff who seeks 100000 damages on charge of alienation of the affection of his wife The case is now before the Supreme court of New Ycrk State Ellsworth alleges in his corn plaint that he and his wife were living at Brooklyn when Shimer induced his wife to leave him She afterward started divorce proceedings but the action was discontinued in July 1909 Thereafter the complainant charges he and his wife became reconciled and went housekeep jngjagain in Brooklyn Ellsworth says he spent 1500 in fitting UD their new apart stcdn1PletLthegan to call Mrs Ellsworth on the telephone frequently and ar range to meet ron May Jl againladuced hrhome ti3S 4sm L j1 t i f i l fV Iw IIito is lf I I I I I J dti Si 4i 1hh J i ittJ JtJPt jf s JJk yT t rpf ti f r i 5I fCV ere t I tf 1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS j SJ r J L fiN Time CardIe- ffectMoncjDec31j9O8 i SmITH BoUND Um- N027V Lv LOUISVILLE AK LEBANON 700 am942am N231004amNo 7950 pm 740 pm lOOQpmNo 1rJUJN024548am 750am 78732am 1015 a- m2E430m 655 Dm JoflSl5DrnoNOB 92 and 98 are Sunday trains on1y d = WILMORE HOTEL M wo CUIIipOIH Pcoprf FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rates QJ1kDY11ILLe KY 80 Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEONt at Special Attnetin t Eyes Fistulo 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 stables LOCATION tyEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILLE STREETM Res Phone 29 Office Phone 40J Dr James Triplets Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK lit 0 2unbar in Dentist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS INbJEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H StoneD AttoneyAtLaw gWillpradice m this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky DRM E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentists Columbia Kentucky n l Special attention given to Dentistry Diseases of the Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes OFFICE Located In barn back of Han cockjlotel t TheH ii1JAdair County I i Newsit1 d 9jtr F 2 rr And drier J url One t J EbYe i I J xl 5JjJ t7 p i Cfjt f J t J IX J I jiOwensbyrf f TKe farmers are busily engag ed in sowing their wheat They do not want to forgot the taste of biscuit as everybody knows their value in the family We ave been having some nice weather for the time of year and everybody seem to enjoy it Miss Ada Walkup Garlin visited her grandparents Mr and MrsJH Barger last week IMrs Liston Lawless and Mrs D Owens visited the latters mother Mrs Mary J Long recently Mr Geoge Stevenson and wife visited Mr J M Sims the 20th ult it being his 70th birth day Mrs Sevenson presented him with a nice cake which was eaten and very much enjoyed Aunt Sarah Clayton who is 81 years old made a flying trip to he Rock House Bottom to visit her relatives and friendsiMepsrs V M Lester and Dt Rule two very efficient photographers of Liberty are located Esto Uncle Flem S Carter is stil very feeble- J M Simms sold to W F Garr a yearling filly for 90 Mr Herbert Barger and sister Miss lone visited their sister rs Robert Royse of Garlin recently J C Wolford and wife were guests atD G Griders one night last week Miss MollieMcClure Albany visited Miss Laura Moore and Miss Callie Gaines last week Hello Mr Big Elm man have you left the country Reaching the Top any calling of life demands a vigor ous body and a keen brain Without health there i8 no success But Electric Bitters is the greatest Health Builder the world has ever known It compels erfect action of stomach liAarkidneys owelspurifies and enriches the blood tones and invigorates the whole system and enables you to stand the wear and tear of yqur daily work After months of suffering from Kidney Trouble writes W M Sherman of Cushing Me three bottles of Electric Bitters made e feel like a new man 50c at Paul rug Co JoppaJ Our farmers seems to be in fine spirits over such nice weath er for sowing wheat winter oats cutting corn and making sorghumR Cabbells two children and one of Willie Powells that had diptheria are about well and- o more new cases Mrs Yates opened her school Monday we trust the scare is over One of Mr Luther Montgom erys children was found in bed one morning last week unc h cious and frothing at the mouth The Doctor was bothered to know just what was the matter with it it is better at present There Was quite an enjoyable day pent at Shiloh the first Sun day Bro Barger preached an excellenfrsermon in the forenoon There was dinner on the grbupd for all that wished to stay At oclock all the house would seat were quietly seated to listen to singing by Profs Hill Stappatid R0 Cabbell and a fine sermon by Bro Luther Ypungi As the sUwas glittering through the lower limbs of the beech forest crowd left showing they had eeii greatly benefited by being there Mis B M Cab viilte i Mimi RUtJ Uptono t Glenville Fziday JtlKQti fI f 0 rt em 1 j ki4 work mule to die Sunday night c Mr Charlie Tupman had avfirie Mrs Fannie Royse was visiting her niece Mrs A 0 Young last week- Our merchant Mr W W Kirtley visited his daughter Mrs Morris of Taylor county last week His son Mont ac companied him home Miss Bershaba Holl day who hasbeen visiting relatives heret is nsiting her aunt Mrs Ella Smith of Dunville this week Mr Luke Morris who is in feeble health was able to be outj last Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Murrell and Josie Young are on the sick list this week 4 i Kills a Murderer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims But DrKingsNew- Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicits curing Constipation Headache Billiousness Chills 26c at Paul Drug Co Sparksville Miss Nannie Rowe was the guest of Miss Francis Rowe last Saturday night Evan Akin of Gadberry was here Tuesday J F Gilpin and J T Rose were in Columbia Monday- W L Curry and wife visited relatives at Breeding Saturday and Sunday- Z W Bardin has sold his farm to a Mr Reece for the sum of 2000 Mr Bardin bought aI farm near Greensburg and will remove in a short time We regret very much to give Mr Bar din and his estimable family up but recommend them very high ly to the people of that commu nity W R Janes and family attended the show at Gradyville and reported it a good one Bill Coomer bought thirteen acres of landfromZ W Bardin for 350- Dallas Firquin and wife visit ed near Rugby Sunday Mrs Hester Coomer of Bliss is visiting her fatherRevJF Campbell H F Gaskin w sat Fairplay last Monday r Born to the wife of Haden England Oct 5th a girl A little child of Frank Wil sons is very sick with pneumo nia Porter Bird and wife of Barren county are visiting relatives at this place t ik l Thehealtlfof this community is very good Corn cutting a nd sorghum making is the order of the day here V s Lora Brockman and family and Milt Brockna and family visit ed Bettie Earls last Sunday Luther Brockman and family visited B T Brockman arid family last Saturday night Rev R H Harmon and J 0 Wolf ord had a meeting at Mount Olive last Saturday night Several from this place attend ed meeting at Butler church last Sunday J J Heltprisay he is going to his sons in Illinois in the near future From all report3 there wont be more than ahIterop ofJiMt i rJJi thnsghIktIi d i l ti 1 Y 1jt t ck Our little town in the East ern part of Adair county has one general store two sawmills two grist mills one blacksmith shop and lots of loafers r Pel ham iSorghum making is the order of the day Two children of Mrs and Mrs reportedlvery Mr H T Smith was on the t sick list last Sunday with heart tMissRoger Page were shopping in town last Saturday Mr Finis Cundiff and family of Cane Valley visited at Mr J R Cundiffs last Sunday Misses Ida and Cordie Smith were confined to their room a few days of last week Mr James Cole wife and Miss Emmer Nexon of Baker ton Cumberland county visited the family of Mr H T Smith several days of last week There will be singing at Hutchison school house on Saturday night before the 3 Sunday in this month by the Pellham class Come everybody and bring your song books Voices for Jesus and on Sunday Rev John Rice will preach at 11 oclock The class invited the public to come and hear some good singing and preaching Several from this place attended the singing at Pleasent View last Sunday and reported a good time and plenty of dinner Miss Mattie Smith visited her grandmother Taylor county a day or so last week Mr Henry Squires and wife of New Mexico are visiting at Mr S E Squires this week Mrs Nick Hood was at the bedside of her brother last Sun day Willie Burton who is re ported very sick with fever Mr Lucian Turner has his new house about completed and when finished Mr Turner and family will havea beautiful home The health of this neighbor hood is not very good at present It seems that death has been abroadin the land and claiming for his own both old and young great and small There have been to bodies laid to rest in the Smith burying ground in the last few days One of them being little Maud Hood age 11 years and the otherbeing George Bennett age 71 years Not with standing all this we should con sider the language of Job The L6rd gave arid the Lord taketh away blessed be the fanofthe Lord 1 Peaceful be thy silent slumber Peaceful in their graves so low Thouno more will join our numbers Thou no more our sorroWsknowv Yet again we hope to meet thee When the days of life are fled And in Heaven with joy togr et thee Where no farewell tearsare shed Tin hard to break the ford Tis hard so hard to speak the word We must forever partJ Deareet loved ones we must lay tliee In thy peaceful grayer ornbrace But thy memory wilt beCMriihed Till we see thy HeaVenly iice Doped Candy V- k 0vast quantity of cheiip candy ijs consumed in this c untiy l As a rule che p Cindy is tdulteratr ed pjFOr instance the ch peift iaQ of raw chocolate used for optt r oits i about ij r4a ikf fAiSi rV IjSC S i i j Stocks Tip the Acme of Excellence I f New Fall Carpets i i ARugs and Wall Papei v xv v t PAf shown in many representative styles Low prices are linked to good qualities making trading here absolutely safe and saving 1 I SpecIalInducements In Tulaid Linoleums 150 grades per square yard 1 106patterns Plenty of each and every yard Jos Wild Gos first grade 1 I ilubbuch Bros Wellend orff I 522 524 W Market M l1 Louisville Kntucky f t rvrrrwwwr and it stands to reason that the cost of other ingredients and of manufacture considered pure chocalate candy cannot be sold at a price much less than the cost of coating As a matter of fact the coating of cheap chocolate candy contains very little chocolate and some none at all Some coatings are a concoction of bark varnish and other things Analysis of candies offered for sale in a certain city showed mineral substances for weight poisonous colorings and glucose for sweetening while others contained glue varnish and other deleterious substances These candies were pronounced by chemists and physicians to be harmful to children a fact susI tained by several hospital cases One child had lost all her teeth and become almost imbecile another was anaemic and still another was covered with erup tions that refused to yield to treatment Cheap candy de dared one physician is respon sible for many a ruined stomach and wrecked nervous system While good candy eaten mod erately is harmless indeed satis fies the craving of children for something sweet cheap candy does not do so The more eaten the more wanted and the reason lies in the effort of the digestive organs to throw off the dope taken into the system If par ents fully understood this phy siological effect they would cer tainly give their children good candy or none at all Far bet ter would it be for them to give their children homemade candies or just plain loaf sugar with a drop or two of harmless flavoring Free ChildsRemedy What mother is not looking forj something that will help her children in the little ills of life something for the stomach trouble and the bowel trouble Long ago she prob ably has become convinced that a child cannot readily swallow a pill or a tablet and that to break them in half andcrush them is an annOy- ance that usually they work too drastiC- Ally and are nauseating and too pow erful for the little ones stomach Any mother who will take the trouble of sending her name and address can ob reInedythatand now paying for This remedy la Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin and the offer of a free trial bottle Is open to any mother who has not yet used It Having used it and convinced yourself that It is what you wants can obtain it in the fu ture of your druggist at fifty cents and manyfothersto c you of its merits It Is the best way to begin on it Mrs L Davis of 187 W Harrison street Chicago streettLouIv1ll theybNvehouse since It is undoubtedly A great family rein edy as it Is adapted to all ages being mild arid pleasant to take and yet thor theIdlold folks who need something pure mild of1ieIngtonic properUntJ8e It for the niost tlonlIvtrouble sick headache sour n oompJalntSlw1thaguiIitHthat pIasdto teth3jIttFor the free sample simply send your OrtILaCftMweilltMf CWi B a 2 Ai 1 0 f t Cir ltf r f i 11f i j JndLAAH THE LOUISVILLE J TIMES fOR 1910 IBRIGUTER BETTER IBIGGER EVER PRICE OF ITElOUISVllLE TIMES IS 500 A YEARI- F YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND THE LOUIS VILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR v FOR ONLY 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere V j Has the best corps of corre pondents Covers the Kentucky ldp ro fectly V Covers the general news field completely Has the bestVand fu est fmar kets reports v DEMOCRATIC politics buir fair to everybody SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPT f lION RIGHT AWAY tJ TO THIS PABEBhnot to The LouidvilleATimes Y j Notice x To whom it may concern Notice Is hereby given thatthe E L iSinclair Co has decided to quit burn ness cease to exist as a corporation and wind up in business and from now on will sell only ito wind up said busines IL C WinfreyhalieencbOilsnani elected recieyer of said corporation to tsell out the stock of goods and property of said corppratidnand collect all debts dne same and apply the proceeds to the payment of said corporation debt as rapidly as can be lone 7 i5 L Sinclair CO Oct O 1910 J 494t atF LrIIsRullSprings1 I4a4tNJ I iS 0C off k c i J i Al 4 r ict tiyr kr jet i lh 4 Y ff jrj t vj TBEiPAIK COUNTY NEWS C i t JiIl 7 rtJ HS A0 R BOUNTY HEWS illAlt IPubiished Every Wednesday l eBY TIEJe iP kdair County News Company INCORPORATED JrCHAS S HARRIS EDITOR tr Democratic newspaper devoted to the in terest of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties rLe jI Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as sec and class mail matter WED OCT 19 1910 Democratic Ticketft FOR CONGRESS HON ELZYBERTRAM OF CtlNTONlCOUNTY The eon test Jbetween Mr Bert Jram and Mr Powers is one that ought to interestfevery goodciti t 2enin this district It is one of far reaching influence and will largely determine l olu r moral worth and standing with the peo Y fple of other States =In fact to outsiders t h e nomination of Powers is considered by Repub r iicans as a tremendous party mis- take and by Democrats asva dis11 sicreditHis election to say the least that can be said would not add any thing to the credit of his party tor to the honorofthe people he CTtfould represent It would vir tually say worldg that character Sae and reputation cut no figure in the political life rrtiof the Eleventh Kentucky It wouldmeanthat party pa3sion and prejudice are stronger than love of jfcountry and advance ment that the people of this dis l trietr endorse the b ad instead o f battling for the good His nomination was ill advised 4 and came through the channels t of bitter political resentment stirred into action by himself and a few of his ardent friends who are thirsting for power and prom rinence In his campaign against fr Congressman Edwards no refer ence to his fitness for good ser vice to the district was made but on the contrary the sole reli ance of winning was on arousing political prejudice resentment and sympathy Why he should stand so high in the estimation of his partisan friends can not bei explained nless they are indif r f erent to the worth of good repu 4 tation He has never rendered v any great service to his party i Vv has neVer proven any extraordi 1 nary ability or fitness in service vto the State He was a victim of circumstances where a strong u mind and God fearing man would not have been entangled and like Pratt Marshall and Burk emerged without the stain of susption rx He stands today thrice convict v ed for an awful crime but he enjoys liberty by Execution clem ency His lecture Right on The It Scaffold and Wrong on The J Throne was exploited for his fe own political and financial wel f fare and misled many good Re vS publicans into his support who ti fu would not otherwise considered him congressional timber He was l0 r pardoned so stated to end strife that had existed since the buttt itdid not end ir through his W appeal to his party he posed as J ra n ifJJllna secured he norm t t1 Jaspa ion tJtit11 onponen Senato ru ertramnsar light lYt XtI o ru 1 c 2abilityTntIIitls districtin the inter i est of thee people tfn tfe 5 t t4f Ii t J r Mfr I1astsessproposition for what he believed to be right He was often with the Republicans as with his own party but invariably contending for the right His4felecton to Con esswouldtbe a credit to the district and his service would be not to faction but to the well being ofthe business inter ests of thisgreat section just in its infancyinJ the developmeritt of its rich Jresources It would not mean partySJor political victo f but that no man need seek1 preferment in the Eleventh whose reputation is not clean The duty of isaapparent for soon this matter must be determined Col Roosevelt has no objections to being elevated His last venture was tojgo npjin an aero plane The population of Louisville is 223922 The city only gained 19197 in ten years The showing was a disappointment Fighting Bob Evans in anj interview given out in New York that war between the United States and Japan was bound to comer ip Only nineteen days until the November election Make up your mind to work and vote for Senator Bertram for Congress He would be a very creditable Representative lit Ozark Wheat sowing is the order of the day Diptheria has again broken out in our comm itv and the school at Concord was dismissed last Monday Thomas a little son of Mr BillDixoh died Monday night Oct lOth with diptheria Prof Grimsley did not give his lecture at Concord last Monday night on account of the death of Mr Dixons baby It is our understanding that another one of Mr Luther Mont gomerys children has diptheria A little son of Mr and Mrs G L Blair has fever and whoop coughMr Bryant and Miss Montie Combest were united in marriage last Sunday Rev Breeding officiating May success and pleasure attend them as they pass down the stream of time is the wish o the writern Miss Lizzie Bryant and Mr Richards were married last Svday Our best wishes to themv Mrs Will Acree and two daughters Mrs Frances White and Mrs Mary White and child ren Mr and Mrs Kent Bryant and Mr Tim were 1visitorsMr and Mrs J D White last Sunday Mr and Sirs Henry Bryant of Campbellsyille visited relatives here last week News reached here last Sunv ofaMr and Mrs NathanBryant Campbellsville It had di ther f ria t Mrs rD Floyd and Miss Susie Bryant lwere guts o their sister Mrs Jewie Sryant JJ1 to3 to lo j bJkvis t TonAaiJ ftuipin l tSutdaY Ki ii F r t J III i1r4OTorlaV T dlfrQmence which was held in Hancock county Mrs J F Turner and children who has been visiting at Creels bolo for the past three weeksI returned home last Freda Y Miss Lula Turner of near Columbia was visiting the family of the writer lastweek Miss Sadie Flatt who has been confined to her bed with pneumonia is able to be out again Mr George Jessepf Columbia visited lfis parentsat Red Lick last week Mr and Mrs George Thomp son of Campbellsville were visiting Mr Thomsons brother Mr Jesse Thomson last week Born to the wife of Matthew Akin on the 13th a girl Mother and baby doing well Master Herbert Fudge is confined to his room with diptheria Mrs Lizzie Rowe who has been with her sr n Richard Rowe the past month or two returned home last week Misses Lila lessee and Nellie England were visiting at the writers one night last week Mrs John England who has been a great sufferer with a cancer is no better x James Fletcher of this place was transacting business in your city one day last week V 1Mrs L M James who has better been very sick for some titisf Mrs John Fudge in ririthe jgsickMiss Emma Jessee was siting her grandparents as few days last week rt7TCiThe health of this community is fairly good at present l Mr Sid Coffey was through here last week taking the list He is a hustler Isthr9lghwithseverel head ofv young cat tie Mr Raney Irvin and wife of Creelsboro visited the family of WAGarr last Saturday and Sunday Mr McFarland who is teach ing at this place is progressing nicely with his school Miss Ethel Gross has recover ed from a severe spell of sick ess Mr WAGarr and daughter Mr Berry McKinley and at Seweliton Sunday MrGiis Kerns and wife were visiting his daughter Mrs Allen Aaron Sunday Aaron Bros are dQipg a good business at this place hey are fine salesmenF 11Mrsa few days stay v L f v Picnic S t Diptheria is prevalent in this community A little child of Jhatis Newt ndied oast week at Inroad Mr Melvin Petty our merchant t feiicnic is doing a nice busi NorfBradihaw as clerklGutting corn ndi SOr huitt11 the topic 2Ok ILL1Wa My Carry Bradshair who is teachin askoql at Greriar f 0B v t a tf r iI 1 i4t l W j 1 Iii Ii i 1 K SAVEONE TNIRD l I Tfc v 7i tf r OF JBlk X 71 tJ YOUR F U E l fif j IE j K Y7fm And Avoid the or Fires NElv7r I Vr The Dream of the Good House = keeper has been 71= Realized in COLES ORIGINAL AIR TIGHT tc STOVES The Stove In which the fire IS not f ti j i r out from the time they are set up in the Fall v k i Springt Dont fail to Examine our Large Stock before SIC qbuying your Stoves for the Winters J Ia f m v REED HARDWARE CO iS C mnC SIC in I dl lE m i1C 71 mIC n JJ L aM her sister Nora who is clerk mlat Bettys Store visited their parents in Montpelier neighborhood last Saturday and Sunday Mr J D Patterson and his sisterinlaw Mrs Laura Butler GraqyIvilIeA 14 Years old daughter of Mrs Ella Grant is very sick of diptheria at this writing Roy 1r Miss Linnie Bradshaw and brother from near Monticello have been visiting relatives in this community this week Little Pearl daughter of Mr and Mrs LaFayette Antle happened t to a very painful accident last Saturday She in company with her father were on their way to church when the horseI became frightened and ranI throwing Pearl from the buggy breaking her leg and bruising L her body otherwise DrsTaylor and Blair were called to set the J and the patient is getting nicely Miss Mallie Murray from ew elltown has been visiting in this vicinity 7 Weare glad to hear that Mr Tom Jones is improving Mr Amore Bryant and Miss Montie Combest were married re teritly Rev C F Breeding oft crating tr J Hll JflMo t- MMjD W I Kv eriIssfeS1I J t1ll eJ MTilAttie Iql1it at thia rWIi 1jYfiiifJ+ I41 Sr tr Lv J Mr N B Brown and a Mr Young of Lincoln county were visiting here the first of the week Miss Sude Miller of Bart visited at AW Pqpplewells last week JDr J M Blair of EU passed through here Thursday XMr Halipf Frankfort was tare Wednesday 1oo1dngafter the intereab of the FrlMr In at J rt1t Idwinr- Mi 4 Geor tit cd1am toXDl here tmr Y t r i o t WE are s this jLinops u Also a line embracing New Cloths and Shades ofthe wellknown Bischofmakerat pricesjrom 10 to tisDressMaking Department We have added a Dressmaking Depart ment this season which will be under the management Mrs Rosenfield and Miss Sal lie Field Their shop will be on our balcony floor in connection with The Ladies Readyto v wear Garment Department These ladies are artists in this line of workand are prepared to make at reasonable prices any Garments you may need You can find anything you want in our Dress Goods and Trimmings Stock We invite you loc me and look oyef our NEW FALL STOCKS I d K W Russell Go i cI v Prof B A Coffey of Esto conducted an interesting singing at CIea Spring last sun a- Yl Mr OP Polston of Eli here on business WedrieXday Miss Lura Flanagen of Effi visited here last Saturday nigh Mrs J GFrdahdchildr of Effie vi ted relatives liei several days last week ffe LB1 McKinley of Run p a ir was here buys Irp f Yi rnrh1 1 ups uh all twbolrilot eolriL at 1- 1atix oNt 4LI 1Vvc LrY 14efri v c 14 I 1 T t t1 JI i r THE ADAIR COUNTYI r NEWS 5 I1 f E fE E E tf t E w ViK E E k- c r K 7J1 v IK 7 7 EKE1 ty PERSONAL Mr B H Gilpin was here Thursday to seeour grocerymen Mr Geo R Miller left Friday for a few days stay at Louisville Mr Leonard Jones of Canmer Hart county is visiting in Columbia Mr Frank Sinclair returned from the Cincinnati market Friday night Miss Dorthv May Tandy is visiting relatives and friends at Campbellsville Mr Henry Ingram wife and little daughter visited on Caseys Creek last weekMr and Mrs Sam Thomas of Mill town visited relatives in Columbia last Saturday t Mr Jo Conover Deputy Jailer who was sick for about ten days has about recovered I Mr N H W Aaron of Indianapolis Ind was here Thursday en route for the Russell circuit court z Charley the oldest son of Mr A W Tarter is down with typhoid fever at their farm near Mill town Prof R R Moss wife and little I daughter Mary Maxine visited at Pellyton last Saturday and Sunday Mr Jas F Montgomery Mr Rollin Hurt F R Winfrey and Judge H C Baker will attend the Russell circuit court Mr BB Vaughan a former citizen of this place but now a resident of South Louisville visited his old friends last week Mr Finis Baker was here last Thurs day morning on his return to his home Amandaville from the Springfield Ill State Fair- Mesdames C F Mantz and Tyler Parrott of Campbellsville visited the FridaytMrs Amanda Nell who arrived froir 1 Frankfort recently in company withI MrsJ 0 Russell is visiting in calfe county Mrs W E Bradshaw awl her little son are visiting in Frankfort On their return they will stop a couple ofWeeks in Louisville Mr A K Rupe and family of Breed ing were in Columbia last Sunday en route to Hettrick ill where they will spend several weeks Judge H C Baker left Thursday for Monticello where he spent a few days before the opening of the Russell circuit court which he will attend a day or two Rev Alvin Bertram of Clinton coun- tyI met several of his old friends in this city last Monday Mr Bertram was en route to Louisville to attend The Grand Lodge F and A1I 4MrL TC Goff of Bakerton and Mrs Fariiye Roy of Grady ville visit ed in Columbia last week Mrs Goff is the mother of J Band Walter Goff and Mrs Hoy is their aunt Mr James Garnett has recovered sufficiently to be able to drive over 4in town last Friday and this week he will be in Louisville a few days attend ing the M icGandLOOg Mr E 0 White who has Been so- 4iirning with friends and relativeLi- t 1tColu and iotheco9ntyfor evs l mont left for Jbdlanapo1 list Wed newiay Fothfhei1l got M pb l RevJ3KCurrleamved Friday night d fU Sunday tore Y 3r j qJ t f riD ussi OC VxLJi r 5 tTl ii man who al1to be well dress acantom to our store and buy his clothing withthe assurance that heis get ing hevery latest styles Q 7jand best ciotn2tflat can be RO u g h t for the price i We sell two well known brands am haani TTh pjftiif ordothing The Sterling and Criterion No made to 7 order Garments possess greater Individuality than these lines We invite your inspection We believe wcanS pleaseyou iA 7f iffEt fE rTi i Russell Go In V VISVLIt-P iit fI7NI1N a 11sN 7il f noon and evening Mrs Currie and the children will arrive in a week or ten days Their son Eudalia is just re covering from a spell of typhoid fever Mrs J S Readwho has been spend ing several weeks with her parents at this place Judge and Mrs Herriford left Thursday for her home in Carthage Tenn She was accompanied to Camp bellsville by Misses Laura Herriford and Ruth Summers Messre R T Baker W Brock man of Amandaville in company with Mr Geo W Grasham ofLoving New Mexico passed through this city for the West Monday Messrs Baker and Brockman will visit several sections in that fertile region before returning homeAdditionallocals Mr and Mrs T F Collins this place have fifty grandchildren and seven great gr ndchildr- enLOUISVILLEMARKETS latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer 550600 Beef steers 300525 Fat heifers and cows 3 0054 50 Cutters i 200300 Canners u j 100200 Bulls vyt 1t 2 50400 Feeders 3755 00 Stokers 2504 75 Choice milch cows 35004500 Common tofair cows 15003000 iliHOGS Choice 165 to 200 895 Mediums 130 to 165 Y 90 Pigs vv 800 Roughs r Sv 805 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs 525575 Culls 324 25 Fatsheep v v 300350 I GRAIN Wheat J i25 Corn 100 Local Market r The following isthe Loc l Market given by S H Griristeadr Co today Eggs ii viU 19 CocksfviV Chickens Hens v r t OS 3 8 Turkeys v 6 toll Geese vv 4 J Ducks 7 Wool clear 7ii i 20 to 23 WooljwMhed f ri 28 to 30 green i tn 6 to 8 Hides dry V 14 to 16v Feathers 35t- o40Ginseng5to5 50 Bees wax 25 Notice AIforder 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 No2 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 arty gpeciee thereof shall be permitted tov run at large in slid precinct Therefore 1 will on Tuesday Nov 8 1910 cause a poll to be ediJKlme1e ti9I1beld at the jMfolar votipg places in said precinct aub ttuig tb tlve vOters the question M to whether ser tbfcttlr wr9oj 8McMiilMr r ll P4trnlitt tQ run at large APatteitB t11Sbeciff of CoMy 0 v J r WANT A FXRM 4ORA Home in TOWSeeGP Smythe The Real Estate Man More than 60 good farms for sale in Adair County from the best to the cheapest Located in all parts of the County No trouble about pleasing you Almost everything listed that is for sale Dont buy till you see my list Homes in Columbia and the villages of Adair county More than 30 homes for sale in Columbia the town of beau tiful homes located on almost every street and avenue Some very elegant ones Some bargains Prices rangng from 200 to 6oo00a11 and see my list Ityouhave 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 of sell dont worry but see G P Smythe office in Garnett Building Columbia Ky 40tf FOXES WANTED Red and GreiFoxesoo to 250 Squirrels sO to 1- 00OOIls75tQ 125 And Express Send name of your express office in first letter f W T HQDGEN V Box 233 aCarapbellsville Ky Notice An order having been entered at the reguJar August 1910 term of the Adair County court directing that a poll be opened and an election be held in R voting precinct No 1 of Adair oleyII f nthe second Tuesday in Nov 1910 mitting to the voters of said precinct the question as to whether or not cat tie or any species thereof shall be per mitted tfr run at large in said precinct Therefore I will on Tuesday Nov 8 1910 cause a poll to be opened and an election held at theregular 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 ln Pyrus j Our farmers are busy cutting ground corn and preparing their wheatI Quarterly meeting at Pleasant Grove the 4th Sunday was large ly attended Bro Hulse certain ly preached some good sermons Mr Clem Keltner andjyif oft Grady vjlle passed through here last Sunday en route to Liletown tnto visit relatiyes Mrs EscoTReece of Jamestown is at the bedside of her sister Mrs Finis Finn who is verylow with consjumption l MtG D Van e and wife spent Jast Sunday at C W Kelt jiers Miss May Rodgers the teach er at Keltner visited her hpme folks from Friday till Sunday Mr Henry Moss of Greens burg passed through our Community last Monday en route to Bridgeport v Several of our young folks at tended the bean huling at E P Sextons Saturdaynight Aunt Francis Irvin a very respected old lady of Weed died Sept 24th She died in the triumph of a Living Faith She bade her lQved ones to meet her in Heaven Her only sister Mrs WR Gowen has our sympathy inthis sad and lonely d hour iiivy Mr C WKfltneJ and hisson Ponton were in Coliinibia last Tuesday MrEd Picket and wife of Bridgeport were visifing the formers father Mr WS Pick et last Saturday wnight and Sunday Mr Tom Finn mi wife were at tEe bedside of Mrs Finn lat week V It JMr Rv F K tner was atS G burritTu i Jr rtJ t5Mr G L irt o Kekn was ilitinli6LK S Cr YS y Y li J f Hi t f t 0a ptyI U4f tIeilia 1 8 jIf J tits 0 iYO rS 0j ff I jjIIL J J t 2PJ ij J IIIi 7 lwp 0Ioi 1L r 0q 6 c O 1I0 6 tTEfi I i w z i WE WANT YOU examine manure r OIthe working parts are arranged J 10 We want to show you the substantial construction AWe want to show you how by using the Corn King ti manure spreader your boy can do as much work as a man 0to You will be surprised at the substantial construction You wont find the Corn King manure spreader like yaOl i other preaderit is in a class by itself 0Call today We are reserving a catalogue for you Itt Xj0 If you are not ready to buy how call anyway We want 0 91 r to number you as a friend Xy fOrh Reed Hardware Co 0J if 0 0S 4 t 0 0SS 5 r A0 Y85 1st fftttttai jc O IiI nf rt 0oto 0L0 0 0S+0000000000i0000O0O00S W Keltnerv last Saturday night and Sunday Mr Brack Cain the well known stockman was here last Thursday also at Keltnef You can certainly get a trade when Brack comes around C W Keltner delivered two steers to Brack Cain last Sat lI1 day for 59 dollars J A Vire dne for 1800 Some of our farmers sold theh tobacco for 10 per hundred while some are holding for a higher price Mrs R 0 Keltner and little daughter Daisy of Gradyville visited relatives here last week Mr EP Sexton made a busi ness trip to Columbia a few days ago Mr R a Keltner of Grady ville returned home last Mon day after a pleasant visit to Qlc lahoma where he has been visit ing his children J A Diddle of Grady ville was in our community last week W IRugby n Tobffcco cutting is the order of the day as we think frostissobnc- Oming4 Several at this place attended the big show AtBreedingMon- day f t t i The spelling at this place a few nights ago given by Miss Zella Fields was largely attend edr Mr Joe Tom Brak and wife ere Visiting at Mr Tom iSc ilOD LtCtuur1 Y Bon to thfe ofMr L iGH i f 4 r 4S FRANK CORCORAN 4 HipGrade yMarble GraniteJ Cemetery work See US before dLIf efalikliyou hay I iJ f Represented by C G JEFFRIES in thindij adjoining countiest tf f 7i Main Street Lebanon Ky 4 w it i os V V V V V V V V V lie Robrts a few weeksago boy Mother and child doing well l Mrs Sudie Akin is not very well atrthis writing s Mr Leslie Roberts of Okla homa who has been visiting friends and relatives at this I place has returned back to his home f oftBar17enaunt Mrs Sarah Roberts last Sunday v Mrs Ethel Page has been real I sick for several days jMtfe flenry Gaston visited his sisterJdlS Effie Strange at Fairplay Saturday and Sunday Miss Minnie Coomer is getting some better at this writing The little child ofMtartdMisto Bob Roe hasTbcen Jquitetsick JorI several days J We are feviniplenly of rain1 afrprent t 1i4p I fr MrV1k i d- f trfit J 1 3t fi t y v V V y STG W Janes and family were tIl I Goomersiiv 1 Sunday v IMr Jim Gaston had a nicef to get badly hurt one day p 1tweek by wareing a yoke 7 and attempting to jump Mr Selie Bryant and family were visiting at Mr Wolford Pages Saturday night Mr Venus Rose wife and mother were visiting at Mr Bob 3 Royses Monday night u Mrs Mand Haryery who is j confined to her locxn at her xi daughter Mis Nannie Cur ry ifc not any better tf j Charley Herriford tda tract of land on Pettisfork to Goff Brcs for 1250 f Big line of ladies and childrens coats atF t Wilsons Russell Springs 1 492t SjcFoxhiinting isafmesiwrttewh n I aPCko dogs keeps a fellow out till- three ijthe morning its twoTiuch of a Soodihiog r r Watklris Company I i 1repr QIe f eit COm an i ii 1 19rJfm Oathe Columb Kj qusie ia i y fro adtly KCSS4JB5Grijt tkrJf iji1S + i 1c i fi j t T7 J1 yrfJjlr2aJhi t fyff THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS i r j i C IPi pr0 ra m tf b Of the Annual Cooperation Meeting the Christian t Tt Church of Adair County Which Will Convene i With the Egypt Church LJ Friday Evening Oct 22 1910i 730 P MpMj f U JJ i J J Praise Service led by Luther Young 2 Our Annual Meetings Their Benefits GeneraI0iscussioni f4a 3 Need of Competent Leaders in Church v J GeneralvDiscussion 4 Appointment of Committees 3 f SATURDAY MORNING SESS1ON 930 f J t Y 1 Vl Praise Service led by H D Farris SrVvJt f2 The Church of Christ Its Beginning and Organization VV v CJ F J Barger Z T Williams 7 rit 3Its Elders and Deacons Their Qualification andDutiesY t t i j U L Taylor Norris Jeffnes J4f r E t1- f 41 Its Mission The Evangelization of the World fv J r r W B Taylor Mrs Z T Williams ri= z 5eChristian Conquest of Kentucky yi Walter Frazee 1 fvtt r SATURDAY AFTERNOONtjT1 vi l r t ralseervIte led b Wy H Cundiffti i fo Reports from the Churches and Sunday Schools r 7 x V 3 Reports from Evangelist and CommitteesR V 4 i Bible School Session led by Walter Frazee a The Bible School as Agency in Spreading the Gpspelr M R Gabbert Luther Young V b Bible School and the Home HD Farris F J Barger c Bible School Front Rank Standard Wali Frazee Z T Williams SATURDAY EVENING 730- T Praise Service Ruel Cabbell 2 Christ the Fulfillment of Prophecy J R Woodrum Fl Barger trYI J Z T Williams U L Taylor 7 14 Querry Box Opened r V v SUNDAY MORNING 9305 v 1tThe Model Bible School 100 Present i Sermon 1030 r V3 Communion Service Dinner on the ground Saturday All the Churches requested tosend Dele gates and Reports f Joppa e JThe farmers that were prep r 3hgto sow wheat where glad to thexground was getting hard The health of this community Is very good Several from this place attend atfShiloh Sunday afternoon atvaluable mule Sunday night Miss Mattie Tupman who has been visiting her grandparents of Taylor county returned home Saturday lJMiss Beersheba Holladay of Augusta Kan who has been a visiting relatives in this corn- munity is now at Dunville The school at Zion has reopen H ed after being dismissed two weeks on account of diptheria Mr Milton Powell andwife who have been in feeble health for some time remain in about the same condition Mr RM CabbelFs two children have about recovered from diptheriaJ Mr Rollin Willis sold to Mr v + lieConover two hogs for S t and bought of Mr Sandusky three head of cattle and of Mr ZEthridge Bennett two hogs and one calf price unknown Mr Walter Murrell bought oi Brain Jonea six head of hogs LMr Wm Willin has his new 1 residence i1stcoIJ1pleted and i wilt move ton the near fu 4ture v Mr A JG Willis and family fsitel his son Mr J V Willis r last Sunday rr j yMrJ P Willis was in Cqlum lliia last Tuesday tPxofa R a Cabell and Hill i 8ang aij Shiloh Friday night fitf Mrs Fannie Willis and Mrs I JPatsy Willis visited at MrS ttGirneti s one afternoon tirek L U MrYoungsris 0 i low1V ilmprovingx 1J tJi19tjL 9ttJt j M a j t4 1t Mrs W W Kirtle3r and son Wallace were in Columbia last Monday Bob Willis a highly respected colored man who has been in feeble health for some time re mains about the same MrsEllen Holladay and daughter Mrs G B Yates entertain ed at Mrs Holladays beautiful home in honor of her nieceMiss Beersheba Holladay the following ladies Mrs Eliza and Miss Effie Conover Mrs J P Willi- and daughter Addie Mrs Fannie Willis and daughte- Nancy Misses Dora Young and Kathrine Willis After the de licious dinner Miss Beersheba renderedsome excellent musi on the piano It is to be regret ted that Miss Bess was not at home as she was oranisy during the meeting at Union iewelltonr N having seen an itenifrom this place lately thought I would come again and give some of the J News The Teachers Association held 0 at Freedom Oct 1st was aea success The interest in Education i seems to bea awakening in this county and I think the timeds not far distant when Russell county will ber forging to the fedilcationi j interest in the days work Pro- Barnes of Russell Springs gave us a very able discussion on san 1 tation of school houses as well as various other subjects Prof L 0 Phelps was in our midst arid gave us some very able talon different Subjects Supt An ties presence and valuable talks uponvarimlstsnbjects of educa tion lent zeal to the cc sis n tthe l was a splendid dinner ontbeiTou nd itaiiicanaXi j h ilk JFj + i tt1i l 1 t i fCW1 t Mr and MrsI3 Carnes were rtn dsada few days ago by the loss of their little two months old child Weepnot for of such is the kingdom of Heaven The haye our sympathies H C Rogers has just returne- from the Louisville market and his fine supply of winter goods is beginningto arrive Sprinng school house Friday night Oct 14th proceeds for district Libra ry Miss Mallie Murray is spend ing a week at Montpelier visit ing relatives Our Sunday school at Bethel is still in fine shape Luther McKinley is fixing to take his departure for Sunny Oklahoma Sale Oct 13F r PicKett People are getting ready to sow wheat Jonce Edwards sold his crop of tobacco to Allen Rose for 400 Born to the wife of Grit Pick ett on the 4th a girl G W Whitlock and family who left here about three months ago for Quanah Texas return daysIagWard Kemp and wife of Missouri who have been visiting rel atives and friends here for a few weeks returned home one day last week- Sam Rodgers and wife of Illinois who have been visiting in hioldhome last Monday W G Pickett was in Columbia one day last week There is a free singing being carried on at Fry by Profs Mack and Acree Mrs Finis Finn who has been in poor health for some time i not expected to live but a shor- imet hass been blind for several years is BrMr Lop Pendleton and wife of near Sulphur Well was here one day last week cThere was a very bad hail storm here a few days ago and did considerable damage Brice Edward sold his crop of tobacco to Allen Rose for 220 W C Rodgers had a good milch cow to die a few days ago Evan Keltner and wife Clau d Squires and wife and John PickI ett and wife were visiting at EdWhitlocks last Sunday Forced to Leave Home sutd with coughs are urged to go to another climate But this is costly and not ways sure Theres a better way Let KingsNe Discovery cure you athome It cured me of lung trouble writes R Nelson 6f Calamine Ark when else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all cough and lung cures Thousands owe theirf lives and health to it Its postively guaranteed for Coughs Colds Lagrippe Lunffree at Paull Drug Co A y t iR Wes X Roadsi yr Oliver Hadley has gone to Vic thks1 Confe r ence Bill Price is building a br 3 story high Miss Alta McKiney is yilitinjB at Thomas Htdley g this reek MokasesH making and irhMt idirmif ie the ordersof the di y Gtorife h itbed f TR yC r fl ARE YO GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR i rlt If so we can furnish anything you mayineed in rough or dressed Lumber = ying Sash Doors and Blinds Columns of every description Our stock of Siding y Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould jing is manufactured from Dry Lumber 1co r can furnish any material needed in j our line and keep the largest and best j assorted stock of Finishing Material of f t any firm in this section of the State i Phone 44eSANDUSKY COMPANYCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY wWWwwwwwwwwww cant live many days Fount Selby and Jim Oaks is logging this week for life The Oak Grove Sunday School is progressing very well to be in the woods We have been outdoors 2 months but expect to get in our new quarters in a weekor two Jim McKinley is making Bill Price ten thousand boards Bill Cook will start to Lexington the 9th to attend the State Lodge of OddFellows Luther McKinley is selling out to go to Oklahoma My brother Richard Hadley is not expected to live many days s condition is critical He is 70 years old and has been great ly afflicted for years M T Selby and Charley Ham mons passed here last week with 70 odd head of the cattle that has went up this road for a longtime NewstThe new St Peters Catholic church and school at Waverly Union county was dedicated by ishop ODonaghue on October 12 The six State mining stations are now equipped with oxygen helmets and other lifesaving ap paratus for use in mine disaster The CraUroad is building a 75000 coal dock at Mays = ville John R Adams who held many offices in Oldham county died at Lagrange All the socalled night rider cases in the Shelby Circuit Court were filled away at Shelbyville probablyfAdams in Christian county They quar aleled over familyaffairs Quail are reported plentiful in Weveral sections of the State r Mrs Fannie Hager committed suicide at Alton Anderson county leaving a husband and six small children j The firstdays registration inmost t Kentucky towns showed a Ifalling offascCompared with last year 1 James G Lindsay aged eighty two years waifound dead In bed by his wife at Newport r Newn again of 71 per cent f W Pv lt pf Hoplpnt c untYWI nominated by Vth Rebliunaofthe Second did- fact for feonibaiiiiu feiopboiB A O St1iJf J 1 j r0 VVU UVUUVUUU UUU UUUUUU v 1fm Fifth Avenue Hotel 9 7K yix IS uC PIKE CAMPBELL MGR W 7j 1 tIi1JK rt Y tRefurnished Redecorated and e f modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and w- i Theaters r FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS m 71 m Louisville Kentucky w v JI 7r nC nvs n m 71C7i T n n min i iii in n i V Sash Doors Blinds i V Mouldings Columns i iPore Material i t UCPBS X WorkCOpEPflJ V BL1ND sEtc 4 v Largest WhoIesale Sash and Door House in the South t Send your orders to us for prompt shipment J andgood goods H We appreciate them J I E L HUGHES INCORPORATED CO 211215 LOUISVILLE E1 Main street KY i ae fS u UARDWfrc j COCKE Pres DIETZMAN Sec weT 1yne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 MIliUWRIGflTS ImACfInlSTSDEALERS IN ENGINJES BOILERS SAW MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIRTeeNTfiMftlN LODISVILLQ SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work J9 ilUfSBINOWORf SOLICITED AU Kinds of Machinery RepalrcdI OCilUo 0 ii Galvanized Roofing IIBEFORE YOU BUY roofVOwithoutanniaiIsexIOIedand is better than any tin roof lierJQl In stock v Cpan Corrugated Iron timeRoofingGravelRubberandall kinds of PperRoofing r Dehler Bros 3 0Lif f 1tJ L iG J THEATAIRCOUNTY NEWS f J f 1 tI t J 1t Wornwomen Women worn and tired from overwork need a tonic That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself You should take Wine of Carduif that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women Thousands of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great experimentL H2tf33 Mrs Rena Hare of Pierce Fla tried Cardui and afterward wrote I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble had pain in my side and could not had shortness of breath tryingCarduiCardui Twill help you sfAT ALL DRUG STORES 1Absher Ruby little daughter of W AI Rice has diphtheria Mr OP Dillingham visited W P Dillingham a few days last week Mr Ingram Robertson spent Saturday night with Mr Fred HumphressMr Mrs Owen Humphrey of Pellyton who have been visit ng the formers parents i e turned home Sunday Miss Essie Triplett was at home from Friday till Monday Mr and Mrs C T Walling and little daughter Nellie o fl Campbellsville accompanied byi Mrs Ethyl Russell and children visited this place several days last week Messrs H B and Mat Robert son and Osie Dillingham were in Columbia Monday Misses Ella and Sylva Hum HOViloust Miss Bertha Dillingham was the guest of Miss Lettie Feese Saturday night and i SundayIf Lane Valley Mr WP Dillinghams Saturday night and some excellent music was rendered Misses Emma and Clara Rob ertson were the quests of Miss Nona Chapman of Garlin Satur day and Sunday I Eld M R Gabbert was in this 1 neighborhood several days last week Miss Bertha Dillingham visited L at J B Caves last Monday IMrsMaant was at Mrs Henry Cobleys last Saturday Mr J D Absher visited vhis daughter Mrs Virgil Enifley r last Saturday night Misses Effie Sanders and Annie Robertson spent last Wednesday with Miss Jennie Bailey f Glenforlc fe 4r ti Boriltotbewife of Rev JIF Black x n Sept 24th a boy John rockman sold Dudley Bros a forty acre tract of land for 500 Brockman also bought the Adair Montgomery farm near Joppa fprftlOO f rThere has been several well developed cases of diphtheria in this vicinity recently but Drs IBl iD sand Hammond handle the malady so skillfully that no faI talities occur Farmers in this section are nat scpuiMb3e bdifrhekt l ft p r rF r crop of last season J F An drew will sow nearly 100 acres Other large crops will be sown J A Chapman who recently returned from Mississippi reports all crops fine except cot ton which is seriously injured by the bole weevil t Gentrys Mill Susie Sinclair who has been very ill with typhoid is slowly improving A Miss Wormach ot Font Hill is spending a vacation with rela tives in this vicinity Mr A F Frest the noted speculator our neighborhood is prospecting the country in Pu laski for a future home Elvin Shepherd Esq and family of Illinois are the guests of Mr A R Foley Mr Chas Hammonds of Russell Springs was through this section last week purchasing cattle Prices are fair in the city market Prof Lucian Brockman has retired from his occupation in Cumberland City where he was in the poultry business Miss Matilda Rexroat has gone o Illinois May success follow her for she is a very industri girlMr W Burton and wife are visiting friends and relatives in SomersetProf M Wilson of Russell Springs has lately purchased a farm from Rev L P Bottom and contracted to settle down inI our midst We are very sorry give up Mr Bottom who is a good citizen and a great church worker Mr MW Brockman while out hunting the other day attacked and became master of a gigantic omnivorous animal which has kept the women of our country in terror for untold ages The singing at Mt Olives was w dea complete success It being under the supervision of our neighbors Mr U G Anderson and Taylor Sullivan The people of our country have assumed their regular position as they have been standing tiptoed for some time trying to catch a glimpse of Russell Springs Elec trio Lights The dance at Mr Montgom erys was largely attended and- our i people report a swell time dedtheIrras ma e a Stuccef d maiiyHafe speakers ojflScuitarag 1r 4 r tier f fWt r f ia I The people of the neighborhood itmadeand all ourpeqplewbo attended were treated withVtrue hospitality J The cftizefik0fSano are pre paring for a series of meetings to convene at FeUnion Churchr in West Sano tb he conducted by Bey Thomas the officiating minister Our most prominent farmers say we are going to have less bread next year than this Soothe Lord pity for some of us must sulely starve I Russell Springs 1 Mr Wm Mitchell and Millerd Upton Eli were here Friday Rev W A Beck will soon be a citizen of our town Jonah Gaskin and Miss Susie Voils eloped to Tenn last week and got married A little child of Bud Anderson died Thursday night with croup Mr J H Smith who has been sick for some time died at his home at Fonthil last Wednesday morningMiss Young and mother visited at Faubush last week Mrs Tom Bradshaw returned from Oklahoma and says he is perfectly willing to remain at Russell Springs Rev Penny cuff returned from conference Wednesday B r o Pennycuff goes this year as district evangelist We regret very much to give hint and his esti mable wife up Rev WE Thomas will have charge of this work for the next year Rev Wm Cav Columbia de livered a very interesting sermon at the Baptist church Sunday night I Last Sunday was a pleasant day spent by a crowd from Bus sell Springs at the picturesque old homestead on the Payne farm where Mr and Mrs J H Payne now live Those in the crowd were Misses Mamye Winfrey Margie Graham Rena and Geneva Stephens and Mrs Ermine Wilson Messrs Marcus Hale and Irvine Isbell After partaking of the bountious dinner such as a farm affords and other delicacies they all explored the notedPayne cave and left late in the after noon each expressing their pleasant time and praising the hospitality of Mr arid Mrs Payne Some Hints to Farmers Jamestown Ky Oct 7 1910 Editor NewJ3J J This country is drifting to hard times as fast as I have ever seen it many of us having the Western fever It is a mistaken idea to go West In five years we could have the people in the New States coming here to make their homes We have a State famous for growingtobac co which would bring in more cash than cotton and wheat We could grass our land and improve it until it would make 50 bushels of corn to the acre and 1000 pounds of tobacco to theatre which would bring 100 per acre arid we have all the other advantages over the West So I insist on the farmers of this State going to work raising grass and and stock and with the crops mentioned we could soon have lourbarik full of cash and have good times ram going tO do all in my pow YPooun rs r AJ H Phelps t rIti r Ifr J t iff t fL f r Program if Teachers Association beheld at Firkin October 22 1910 Call ed to order 9 oclock J Song 2 Devotional exercises f Gep Breeding 3 Purpose of Teachers Association Dallas Firkin 4 Right school spirit how to secure Estelle Willis Lutie Bar gier 5V True culture how obtained Celeste Shirley Kate Walker 6 Good points in the new school law Pearl Hindman 7The teachers daily selfex animation Grace Dudley J G Reece 8 Some teachrscause disor der how Elbert Webb F A Strange 9 School sanitation Dr U L Taylor 10 The faculties of the intel lect how trained T E Thur man Ethel Moore J 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 Special education Nannie Rowe 14 How the State is benefitted youthiAlvin Rosson Mrs J H Pick ett Elbert Webb Vice Pres Program- Of the Fifth Sunday meeting of second North Concord Association to be held with the Clear Ford church on the fifth Satur Sundayifollowing Devotional exercises 10 a m What is the best means of convicting men of sinM F Grime and W F J Wilson Let brotherly love continueJ- M Williams E G Wilson Church pastorsTheir begin ring and character of their preaching GL Bradley J S Wade SUNDAY Devotional exercises Bible santification and modern sanctification compared A L BakerDestitution and needs of our association J S Wade Aaron WilsonBible plan of giving to God and its value to the church W F J Wilson J K Grider W F J Wilson W A Breeding E J Walters Committee Its In The Worlds Best No one has ever made a salve ointment or balm to compare with Buck lens Arnici Salve Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes cold Sores Chapped Hands or Sprains its su preme Infallible for Piles Only 25e at Paull Drug Co Notice An order having been entered at the regular August 1010 term of the Adair County court directing t taipoll be openedaooan election to be held in East Columbia voting precinct No 2 of Adaircbunty on the second Tuesday in Nov 1910 submitting to the voters of said precinct the question as to wheth erorno cattle or any species thereof shall be permitted to run at large in said precinct Therefore 1 Ulon Tuesday Nov 8 1910 cause a lPto be opened and an election held at the regular voting places in said precinct lubmittingtftbeVQteri the queetio as to whether or not cattle or any species thereof shall be Permitted tran tqA D Putt Sl kof AdairC ty L r 4 l t Qt r t ii r f Ti1r r- 8 I WEEKLY GOORIER a a v JOURNAL l 1 HENRY WATTERSON Editor t V Is a National Newspaper Democratic inhVr politics It prints all the news without g 1 r far or favor The regular price IS 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY r COURIERJOURNAL IAND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEflS I BOTI1 ONE YEAR I FOf 150 I Q if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier Joiirnal V tDaily coUrierJOUrnalyt 600 I Sunday CourieNourna Yr S200 We can give you a combination cut I rate on writethis paper i t y tik- eQeII i f i Woods n Lewis Greensburgs Kentucky SNOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH r 5f Studebaker t i r- Birdseli f pi f1i1burnIEJJh = =Wagons Acarload of Oliver Chilled Plows Acarlloadof Disc Harrows A car load of Cultivators Corn Planters aitd j One= Horse Corn Drills Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown forA I Spring trade 3 A JX j j LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE i a Will l verany kind of Farm Stationon1 d lO Woodson LewistTheMerchant Mail orders promply attended to I TI CourieNourinalS i liititrti l rfi C JT if t i J 11 4f o if it r t N yi r i I fi i f L 1 A C3 i kt r tG JL f- i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t J Gradyviile r t r f l t rflPur atc IrS19ghasbeen1Uia Q ccupatioii 51 ofour farmers forr f fey George T thepastweekI 1 J Mercer of Mil frnidst o4ay last week Judje A H Moss of Co lumbii b looking after his nityjone Mr J B Yates who has beenf 1 in our midst for several months will leave in a few days for Cave City where he wilt take charge of the Mills hotel Success to rVyou J B t On the first Sunday inNovem f her our regular day of service at J Umon will be rally day Every 3b6dy invited to attend Mr George H Nell one oft If our citizens spent several days Louisville last week oi Our new preacher G W Pangburnand his wife arrived inlyIyear S Mr and Mrs Walter McKin ley of Jametown stopped over night on their return from Ed iV inoiitori one night last week with r 2tne fainily of WP FJowes of ourr Vflcijty V Mr Brack Cain thL popular stock dealer of this part of the country was in our midst sever r al days of last week buyingand jselling cattle LouisvilleVspent a day or so here last week in interest of Traveling Insur vance Association of Louisville He did some business i Messrs Will Lyon P V Gris 1tni and John Campbell grocery men were with our merchants one day last week Drs Nell and Simmons are timetoscarcely have time to eat riot saying anything about the rlbss of sleep That is evidence i that we have lots of sickness in this part of the country J Qr friend W L Stotts of 4 Pettits Fork community was in T our midst one day last week look ving as young ashe did twenty fJve years ago William says sj t everything moving off nicely iJinihis section and that they all made fine crops of corn and to i J bacco Come again William i Born to the wife of Rich fRo ks October 12th a daughter 4the wife of G E Nell the 13th c t a son to the wife of WB j Moore the 14tha son and to Ythe wife of John Coomer the ei44th a daughter i Mr and Mrs J D Walker ofir bur community entertained l Friday Ihosepr s ntwereI Mrs E MNell of Frankfort v Mrs J O Russell Mrs P H I Davis and Mrs H A Walker of Columbia and Mrs L C Hind ffun of our city The day was i pleasantly spent and will long be r remembered by every one pres V e especially the good dinjrier r f that had been preparred bv Mrs r0J Walker for theo cosionS 4iry Died on the 12th Mrs Etta ftvt 4 Knn wife ofMr Finis Jfinn U5vilh a complication of diseases She was a member of the Meth odist church and a true Christianr meiIashe was ready iile ones whtf knew hgrbest ere the ones L 7who loved her bst She lved- 1I 1a day Jf heife clo i tQ IIJ t what she of4 She letUI Kusliana tand one child with 3 1 f1 ii r rf I j S4iT her father and mother andsev r al brothers and sisters and a host Sf felates ajnd rienrds to mourn their loss Hd funrilV w a s CoIlumCommissioners Sale ADAIWCIRCULTCOURT Y KENTUCKY- J 5D p tte Wyatt vs rsonPlaintifff By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the Sept Term thereof 1910 in the above cause I shall proceedtooffer 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 pm or thereabout being CountyCourt upon a credit three months the following described property towit Two certain tracts of land lying in Adair coun ty Ky on Big Greek near Gradyville The first tract contains 50 acres but there is excluded from this boundary 1J acres sold off tp Jan 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 money will be accepted Judgment and order of sale is ref ered to for com plete description and boundary For the purchase pricthe perchaser with erlestment om ply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner MilltQv s lt Mr Gager Rodgers arid his sister Miss Minnie and Miss Bess Leftwich visited Mr Sani Ed Squires and family last Saturday nightiVMiss Mattie Hatcher visited relaties in Columbia several 17daysMr Austin Handy who has been in Illinois for the last three months las returned home Mr J A Thomas visitedat Mr Bramlet Squires last Satur day night and Sunday There was a large crowd at the social given by Mr Chapman Dohoney last Saturday night All seemed to havea very enjoyable SiS time The sirigfu at Sulphur Spring- last Sunday conducted by Rev Grimsley was largely attended and there was some excellent music rendered HK ty 3 i Miss Florence Sehrrill o f Gradyville is visiting at Mr Charley Hindmans Mr Rolliri Cundiff of Camp knox was visiting Here last Saturday night J Mr George Henry Squires whorecently shot himself near here has about recovered Messrs Charley and John Calhoun and John Miller of near mp bellsville attendedthesing- ng at Sulphur Spring last Sunday Lucian White of color who is working at Mr Frank Dohoneys was kicked by a mule one day last week His skull was frac tured The doctor thinks he will Recover r Mr Cleve Thomas of Corbin is visiting relatives near here Several from this place attended the Clark Show at Gradyville Mrs Fate Tliomas is visiting her daughter Mrs Emma Breed ingj at Neatsburgthis week llsThcWorfilsBcsK No one has ever made ft salve oint ment or balm fib conajpare with Buck Jens Arnica Saly Its the oneperfect healer of Gtttj Corn i Burn 3mi e Sores Sds Boil Ulcers E- SRheum ForSor Eye coldoi- eChpd 5Hands or Spi iti u JnfcdHW MI iJJ1y 2- IatPMxu O JR L e- c vi letk 1Jrn t SJlirFarmerswheat J A Wheeler sold two mules to Lucian Yarberry for 375 Born to the wife of Dallas Firkin October 8th a girl ofGJasI Born to the wife o f Frank Firkin October 9th a girl J F Gilpin and his son Austin t were at Greensburg Saturday Little Pauline Breeding spent Sunday with her aunt Mrs Hat tie Rose Luther G dberry of Gadberry was calling on a friend at thisJ place last Sunday Mrs J M Breeding is suffering very much with a sore toe caused from a cornv C E Keeiie was at this place last TuesdayS V Mrs Lula Janes died with consumption on the 13th She littlelrelatives and friends to mournc their loss The funeral services were conducted by Rei Payne and the remains laid to rest jn the family burying groundJ Mrs Fannie Janes is on the0 sick list j Messrs Blair and Morgan were in this community last week buy tobaccoMrs Coomer has jreceiv eda nice line of ifall and winter hats JS Mrs Mollie Yatesand Mrs Flora Gowen of Weed were visiting relatives here Thursday 4q Creelsboro j Miss Bulah Smith was visiting friends in town last Wednesday and Thursday I CA A Clayton is putting mate iriaTpn the ground fora new barn c1 EA Rabon is having an ad dition made tojhisj Tesidence which will be quite an improve i ment y Mr R M Black who hasc bee yisiting at Glensfork has returned home We had a beautiful wedding at our church on Wednesday the 12 atT oclock Miss Pearl Thurs ton and Mr Claude Mann both of this place They were married in the church which was beautifully decorated with flow ers and foliage plants and long before the hour set for the wed ding the house was filled withj friends of the bride and groom To the strains of Meiidelssohns wedding march rendered by Mrsj A A Clayton the wedding party entered the flower girls brIdes maids and groomsmen and the bride aafl groom in the order named The ceremony was said1 by Rev James Black Little Miss Cressie Thurston and Miss Stella Hadley sister and cousin- of the bride looked lovely with their arms full of flowers Misses Nannie Perry man and Emma Black were the bridesmaids and Messrs Frank Campbell and G rdin Thtirstdn were the grooms men The bride was beautifully gowned in white and carried a shower hoquet of white ross After the wedding a reception was held at the home ofthe bride Where refreshments wiere served Walter Withan and famfl 1 lift foit Illinois J t week t 4 tt 1r ff Teachers Association i The following is a program of t the Teachers Associatioii fobe held at Coburg Saturday No vember5th1910 Called to order at 900 Devotional exercises M R Gabbert ShouldweatteInPt to teach studies outside the common school course Rue Squires To uliaPepickanqMont How can we introduce nature study in the common schools Miss Johnston The best method of teaching History Miss Fannie Smythe Discussion Miss Huffaker and MissNell iupman NOON =1200 TO 130 Why is the attendance of the common schools so small Mrs Walker Discussion Mary Smith and Essie Triplets How to get the parents inter IIMrsschool The child is to blame What must be done Virginia Hunn Discussion Rose Hunn- and iSSfttFonkPFon Hancock Vice Pres- nL CommlsSlonerts Sale d1 iet2ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTS G A Murray c Plaintiff vs v Mont Murray c Defendant By virtue of a iTfrdgfrnent and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the Sept Term thereof 1910 in theabove cause Ishaliproceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door inCclumbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th of Nov 1910 at one oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon credit six months the following proper tytowit A certain tract of land lying in Adair County Ky on Russell Creek containing about 83 acres and known fudgjmeritandfor description and boundary For the purchase price the purchaser withapprovedstliety or securities mustI execute Bond bearing legal 1 romday of sale uhfil pafcQ und having the force and effect ofea Judgment Bidders will be rpfeparecPto comply promptly with thtrmijJV Av- Coffey Master Commissioner Cote Campr 1 People are very busy sorghum andffleaknrwheat ground c Mr Joe Binns visited his sis t y ter Mrs Fannie Cheatham last Sunday iitJV The mumps are in our neigh borhood Messrs Orville Owen and Dick Cheatham Elem Fletcher and Pem Cole attended the singing at Breeding and reported a nice time Mr Henry Jones arid wife were shopirig in Burkesville a days ago Rev D Tr Tarter fined his V regular appbintment last nnday at Providence Mr Finis Thomas who jhas been visiting his brother E W Thomas Teftlap week for Somerset vri E A Morgan visited Glaud Jones last Tuesday night Mrs TT Baker who has been confined to her bed far some time isimproying slpwjy Mr James Coje is getting along allright from haying his teeth pulled V f Sunday school at HQlly Grove school house every Sunday Caries Norris superintends prayer mdiag every Thiayt rfight Everybodyinyited l i itQJt 7 f c rr Jr H Xf know we have the Bst Imes olv5ShoH for 5t1and r I Service ever sKowa in Columbia We buy our Shoes direct from the Shops that make Keini We have them made as we want them made 4 They are absolutely correctm Style Material and Workmanship v OUR Sales are Large Why Because t1Public under they get more Comfort and Wear out of our Shoes Men Ladies Boys and Girls carl be fitted out ofour Stock Ask to see the new Randcos Soft Shoes for Ladies Russell L iSl COfJ Wheat Orills I x- We have both the Empire and Super or in Sixor Fight Disc or Hoe ready for you to hitch to on short noticera- 1 3CJEJrI r f rr Fertilizers J That contain the most PLANT foodsror the least money is what every farmer wants Giveus an accurate description of your land and we can furnish the grade to suit i Jf3 Oam The Jeffries Hardware Store I a FERTILZER7 r If you want to grow Wheat Grass K or Oats the best brands are THE GROVES j r See it and get what is suited to your land Sold by l CE YOUNG Place olr Business back of Russell 8 1 Stores 5tIII kivtis a trial We Guarantee to Please you h Table supplied With the Best the llarket Affords r I s 35c t MILLEN HOUSE MMILLENi CO Proprs Locatedon Railroad St one square est of L N Station fv Lebanon ICentucfe n J Miss RuthThomas visited Miss Mary Fletcher fast week o Te camp meeting ai Holly Grove was sure good lQtI the- ieighbohood The old meil ame out roiighth irwiv and- childrei r J K i fcJlT i cSS t tr JL I We are having pretty un shiny days at this writing 1Gl 1 ever 1orningrlcanhear hisJhouridrthhing i jrCC Sthith is doing good lbWtir J t 5S