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The Adair County news.: n. Wednesday, October 26, 1910. The Adair County news.. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Chas. S. Harris, Columbia, Kentucky 1910 ada1910102601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news.: n. Wednesday, October 26, 1910. The Adair County news.. Chas. S. Harris, Columbia, Kentucky 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i J 91 d 1 7d fi 11 4 L f l t fi Yii i S fn t 1bl1t i Dn1fD fcia ttDj iJi 1 VOLUMFXKl COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBtR 26 1910 NUMBER 51 i 4 BIG LAND SALE I T SvenThousand Nine Hundred and Seventy Eight Dollars Invest N A ed in Town LotsN 4 GlfOUR8U1LDJNG LOTS SOLD The lot sale which had been exten sively advertised by the Carden Real Estate Company composed of C R Cardenand W I Meader drew a large rcrowdltp Columbia last Wednesday The land that was cut into lots isjcnown as the SD Barbee property located OIl the Campbellsyille and Columbia pike this side of the toll gate and in the corporate limits ot the town The property was purchased by the Real Estate Company for 4700 cut into building lots making eightyfour in number all desirable situations At 1 oclock the Columbia Brass Bandnotified the vast throng that it was time to repair to the scene of the sale and hundreds of people at once started At 130 the sale opened Mr- JT Cowherd of Shelbyville an experienced auctioneer doing the crying and in three hours every lot was sold lA great many of the purchasers we understand will erect cottages in the Spring The entire sale brought 7 978 Judge TA Murrell bought the residencg and tta little over five acres of ground for 2400 Eightythree lots were sold to various parties and at various prices The first lot sold was purchased bf Mr Lem Symthe which entitled him to ten dollars in gold He was ajso award1 1edtwenty dollars in gold for having t purchased the largest number of lots Winnie Barbee a little daughter of Mr r4and Mrs S D Barbee drew the free lotidisposing of land in this mannerfor several years states that he never had a nicer crowd of people than those who assembled in this plat e that he has re mained in Columbia long enough to be come attached to her citizenship and that he is exceedingly well pleased with the community Mr Carden was accompanied by his i eand little daughter who were pieasantly entertained during their stay They took their departure for their home Munfordville the first of the week carrying the best wishes of the people of this commuuity Mr Meader is native of Columbia Heis a hustler and his many friends were glad that he put in ten days at his old home doing his part exceeding ly well in making the sale a decided success vv PubIicSaIe- On Saturday the 5th day of Novem erlYlill sell the following property it my residence near Montpelier to he highest bidder One mare and colt Z One 3year old mare mule Two 6year old mare mules One mare 3 years old One 2year old horse colt One milk cow ancj some young cattle Farming implements One farm wagon Two buggies and a runabout Several head of sheep gAHousehold and kitchen furniture Sale will begin at 9 oclock a m Terms made known on day of sale r 512t G4 M Stevenson We owe it to the community in which we live to do everythngwe can in every way possible that will be to its advantage Our neighbors prosperity means a great deal more to us than someones who lives elsewhere We should bear this in mind in buying our goods We can afford to pay our home man a firm price for his wares rathe then send our money away knowing as we do that every dollar our own citi zens make will help in sustaining our schools churches and public institu turns Itpays richly to patronize home industry The livery stable at BurkesviHe which was owned by C C Baker was con sumed by fire last Friday night Thir teen horses were burned to death and a great deal of corn and hay were de stroyed The burning of this building YIfireand it took heroic efforts to save number of business houses a1 J6tThe Columbia Telephone Company has set large cedar poles on the squar and out each street and by the 20th of November a new much larger switch board will b placed in the Exchang office The wires from the old poles l to the new ntWill be cnanged ej wOD fob1cab j a rpdIy Ibe P TV W i 4 V Lt l r f4 X Just Made Public Mr Eugene Nell merchant atGrady ville a very popular young man and Miss Gathrine Beauchamp df Edmonton were married in the courthouse this place August the 24th Judge H Moss performed the ceremony and there were only two other witness sMr Walker Bryant the clerk and Mr Geo T Flowers Sr All parties pledged secrecy which was well gaurd ed the contracting parties making the event known at Gradyville last Sunday when they drove in from Edmonton When the announcement was made many friends called and extended the hariciof congratulation 3 I Notice To whom itmayconcernL Notice is hereby given that the EL Sinclair Co has decided to quit business cease to exist as a corporation and windup in business and from now on will sell only to wind up said business L C Winfrey has been chosen and elected reciever of said corporation to sell out the stock of goods and property of saidcorporation and collect all debts due same and apply the proceeds to the payment of said corporation debt as rapidly as can be done E L Sinclair Co Oct 10 1910 49 4t The attention of the tobacco growers of Adair and adjoining counties is calK ed to the advertisement of the Pickett Tobacco House Louisville This is one of the oldest and most reliable houses in the Falls City It does business on the independent plan has no connection with combines It has sold in the past a great deal of tobacco for Adair and adjoining counties the sales always resulting satisfactorily Remittances are made promptly If the farmers in this section of the country will Jook to their interest they will ship to the Pickett House For Rent A sixroom cottage ShreveL upIonast to Frank Wheeler a son of John A Wheelers for 5000 This is an upland farm but it is considered one of the best in the county Possess ion will be given between now and the first of the year Mr Stephens owns the Flowers farm in the same neigh borhood to which he will remove The farm transferred to Mr Wheeler con tains 220 acres In the last seven years Mr Stephens has sold15OOO worth of tobacco grown on it i II 1 will pay 250 for a buggy rug lost from my barn in Columbia The rug was a heavy Winter rug one side reel with two lion heads and buttons for eyes the other side black Jliis is the only rug of this kind perhaps in the county J S Breeding 7502t H Mr Thos L Grady a brother of Dr J H Grady of thisplace who will be eightyeight years old Christmas day rode horseback from his home at Gra dyville to Columbia a distance of eight miles last Wednesday He tood the trjp all right and after attending to some business returned to his hdme same day His wife is in very good health and she will be eightyseven years old the 14th of November The pastures throughout the county of Adair are yet thrifty and it would take a very heavy frost to put them in condition not to furnish good for several week But if frost grazingI come and nip the meadows abundance of all kinds of feed to carry stock through the winter The weath er vas very fine for fall seeding and many acres were sown countyIhad circuitIbuyerIrWhO learn The sire of the mules is owned by J D Wooldridge who lives near Jamestown Eld W 8 Taylor who is conducting a meeting at Mt Pleasant is having large congregations and a great deal of interest is being manifested throughout the neighborhood Eld Taylor isana tive of Adair county andisa leading minister in the Christian Church IMr and Mrs L D Wilson who je Greensburg publishes the en gagement of their daughter Miss May ito Mr Samuel Murrell Sanders of Campbellsville the wedding to take place December 29th We understand that Mr Burceri Ipr of Metcalfe county hM pucc t- a1otfrom Mr SH MitChLL IIri Jtberatited btheoarll1 build aMimove tpCommbia l i i REV D H HOWERTO v The above is agood liKenass of the pastor of the Baptist Church this place who will preach for his congregation ntunday forenoon and evening On the 31st of the month he will leave Columbia for South Union Logan county where he will be engaged in a meeting for ten day He will return to this place with his family about November 12th and will be at nome at the parsonage Rev Howerton has a reputation of being a fine Church worker and a strong pulpit orator Death of a Good Citjzen Mr Richard Hadley who was a citi zen of Russell Springs a man who at all times stood for the right and who was honored and respected by all who knew him died at his late home last Monday night aged seventy years He was a devout member of the Methodist Church but the funeral strvices were conducted by his friend one who knew him well Eld Z T Williams of thisI place The deceased had been for several years and his death was not a surprise He ws a gallant sotdier in the Federal army and his old com rads will be sorry to learn that he has answered the last roll call but they will be glhd to know that he was ready He was a brother of Rev Thomas Had ley who writes for the News trom J owes X Roads Besides a number of other relatives he leaves a wife and four children The funeralEervices largelyiattended paper but know or have a fair idea as to e standing on the books Those who know they are behind should at once send in a remittance The Post Office Department will force us in a- very few weeks to cut every patron from our subscription list that is as much as one year in our debt Do not wait for a statement but send in your subscription without further delay Farm for Sale A good farm of 50 acres 4 miles west of Campbellsville Ky 30 acres good bottom balance mostly timber Near turnpike church and school Good 4 room farm dwelling good new barn and 3 fine springs At a bargain if taken at once H S Robinson 50 3t Campbellsville Ky Our Gradyville correspondent was in Louisville all last week hence the News of this issue is deprived of his usual in teresting letter We called him to phone and he said we cou d state to all those who are interested in the happenings about Gradyville that everybody is well and no startling news to write Mr John H Kerns who was in the liquor business in Lebanon for many years died in Louisville last week He left a considerable estate He is BUr vived by a wife and several children One of his sons isa Catholic Priest ancl UniversityBi rRev IR Crawford is preaching a of sermons at Mt Carmel Church near Cane Valley this week Miss Bess Holladay has charge of the veryithe neighborhood should attend The first sermon was Sunday night The sale of W 0 Van Hoy last Fri day was well attended and everything rsesbrp9ghtiupon old horses 60 per head About 2Cf head of hogs brought upon an average 9Xperewt Gpv Hindman planted a late corn patch and it did well He brought one t of the StalKs to the office Fridsy from whichi be had gathered aeveral fine ears that meaturtd fiftwwifeetr in- lelngthfend was as straight as anfcrbw- tj J o HL S cOIl m W WiLl udJ1u 9il John Co tJoWHk iisety4viI llrfW p4f thodJ M T14S f 5t r f Birthday Dinner On Saturday Oct 15 friends and rela tives of Mr Jimmie Smiths gathered- at his beautiful country home to give him a surprise dinner The tables were loaded with everything good to eat cakes too numerous to mention salads of all kinds chicken meats of different kinds and every kind of pie could be thought of and among one of the nicest toIin the year We are sure no one enjoy ed andappreciated it more than Jimmie did and we were all higuly intertained for Mr and Mrs Smith and their lovely daughters know just how Those prcs ent were Mr and Mrs Willis Hutchison MrI and Mrs Joe Turner Mr and Mrs ClayiandLMrseV Murray Mrs Ella Feese Mrs Laura Coffee Mrs Bess Patterson Mrs Mattie Murray Mrs Jennie Smith Mrs Charitie Moore Mrs Vara Moore Mrs Anna Hutchison Mrs Francis Page Mrs Mary Turner Mrs Sallie Kelley Mr Will Smith Misses Sallie and Mag gie Hutchison Mattie and Bessie Zach Smith Julia Penic Carrie and Bell Han cock Julia Moore Ruth and Annie Liz zie Squires Nina Bessie Emma and Helen Smith Docia Woodrum Dexter Givens Lula Todd Bettie Smith Messrs Will Ed Squires Ben and Campbell Hutchison Henry and Will- Ed Moore John Will Smith George Page and Dave Smith We will not mentien all the names of the little tots but counting them with the rest there were about one hundred in all and there was plently for all to eat and lots left In the afternoon we were 4ighlen tertained with some excellent music both vocal and instrumental withMiss es Maggie Hutchison Bessie Smith and Mrs Lena Cundiff at the organ We hope Jimmie willlive to see many more such birthdays M L VALUABLE fARMSI In Old Virginia For Sale They are located in the famous James secltfor less than onehalf their value healthycliIma this is the country For further information Address W E Harris 911 E Main St Richmond Va The Northren Egg and Poultry Co will cease doing business at Columbia this week Their houses at Lebanon Campbellsville and Greensburg will also be discontinued Strayed on the 13th of this month a sandy gilt unmarked will weigh about 130 pounds Will pay for herr turn H J Compton JoMrs Sallie Butlers farm bThe trial Of Jo Zach Hays of color for killing a negro barber at James town is Mt to gin In RuHen circuit court thi4 l J r Clem JOe M a fblliIt h purehd lot frokSIiI rillrtK a ridnci tr it J ij i I yy ry 1 PERSONAL j t Miss Mamie Baker has returned from fonticellogrMr J N Coffey is in theLouisville market this week Mr C S Jones of Glasgow visited in Columbia last week Mr siLouisville 7ssMre from Jamestown last Monday i Mr John Lee Walker has returned from a visit to Burkesville Dr L C Nell has returned from a business trip to Louisville Mr George Montgomery returned from Louisville Friday night SaturdaYlandSunday Mr Corbet Breeding and wife Breeding were shopping in Columbia Friday Mr Dan Curd the wellknown travel ing salesman was here last Wednes day Mr Winston Bowman of Liberty is visiting his daughter Mrs T C Davidson Dr R A Jones of Cincinnati visited his parents at Montpelier last week LexingtonTennlumbia Mr E Moore Jamestown was i Columbia Friday en route home from Nashville Mr Gordon Montgomery attendee the MasoniGrand Lodge in Louisville last week Mr Porter Murrell eft for Champaign Ill last Thursday to be absent several week Misses Madge Rosenfield and Edna Lewis returned from Louisville last Thursday night55 Mrs Georgia Shelton returned from a visit to Krioxviile and Maryville Tenn last week Mr J R Garnett was in Louisville last week and attended a meeting of the Grand Chapter Miss Mary Evans accompanied by her brother Sam visited The News office a few days ago Mr R A Myers wife and son Robert Page Monticello are spending si few weeks in Columbia Mr H H Walkup was in Louisville last week representing Glensfork Lodge in the Grand Lodge Mr W H Newby wife and baby of BurkesYlIevisited in Columbia several days ofjast week Mr Geo Tr Flowers Jr wife ar children are visiting Mrs Flowers parents in Wayne county Mr J G Strange wife and children spent last Sunday with Mr Tj Ep person and family Montpelier 1 t Mr L T Logsdon who represents the Pickett Tobacco Warehouse Louis ville was in town a few days ago rnMrteam is at home after making a fine record during the season just closed Mr Finis Strange represented Breed ing Lodge in the Grand Lodge His wife accompanied him to Louisville Mr W C Grider was here from Esto last Friday He will remove his family to Montpelier in about two weeks v C A Wilson Cane Valley Is spending a few day with his son Geo E Wilson and shaking hands with old friends Mrs B M Currie and children who have been visiting in WesternKentucky and in Tennessee returned home Fri daynight Mrs R H Christie and her little son Bradley snd Miss Maude Martin Camp Knox paid theNews office a visit last Wednesday Mr 0 E Perryman of Prairie City Iowa who visited relatives in Adair county started on his homeward trip last Thursday Miss Nettie Clark who has been under treatment at the Lebanon Infirma 3rymuch improved- Miss Annie Smith one of Adair coun ty teachers has accepted position as principal of school Gardi Ga and left for that place Monday Mr li 0 McFarland of Rowena was here Friday morning on his return home from attending the Masonic Grand Lodge LouisviUe Mr 35 CStJy San Antonii aIMnoiI j 0 Mr Edwin Wilson who has been in poor health for several months left Monday morning for the Mountains oft Tennessee where he will remain for some time with the hope of being bene fitted People here have manifested eat interest in him and it is hoped that his health will be restored Mr E W Reed was taken verysick at his place of business last Wednesday morning and was compelled to go to his ihome where he has been confined ever nce He is a victim of inflammatory r but when this sudden sickness came his heart was acting irregular it is hoped that he will be lout in a few days Fire at Campbellsville J IThe Shipp feed stable at Cartpbells y was burned last Mondaynight There were fourteen head of horses in the barn thirteen of the number burn ing to death About five hundred dollars worth of corn and hav destroyed The Buchanan Lyon Co had a car load of buggies in the bafn a total loss to them Listen Farmers Did you know the most valuable thing on your farm was the manure you produce The only way to handle it is with amanu spreader I sell the best makes on the market Callor write me at Columbia Ky Hugh M Noe tf a ItBaseball The local ball teams Roy and Glens SaturdayIby a score of 15 to 7v The Main feat ures of game were the excellent field ing of Grider Bryant and Young and the pitching and catchingof Bryantand Jeffries But through that Bat they are bound to go Struck out by Roy 9 by Glensfork 5 Hello boys the next timeyou cornel want you to bring a shut kid for a pitcher The b ttries for Roy Grider Jeffries Young and Bailey for Glensv fork Rosenbaum Walker Brockman and Denson Strayed From my place in Columbia a red milk cow has been dehorned Will pay for any information J 0 GrissonYi tf i The largistore building owned by E E McGee Burkesville was so badly damaged by the recent burning of livery stable in that place that the va cation of the building will be necessary Besides the horses consumed in the fire 16 in number an old stage coach five or six buggies a lot of saddles and harness were burned For Sale 22 head of fat steers and heifers t weighing from 700 to 1000 poundsWilt sell at4 cents Bryan S rvy Frost here Sunday and morning 1 will furnish all customers who buy fertilizer of me coal oil at 11 cents actual cost 493t C E Young A valuable horse which was theroi fterty of Golf Bros dieda few dayaag wij tNice line John B Stetson hats af F i L Wilsons Russell Springs Ky 7fJt 4931 Eld M R Gabbert and F L Barger will begin a meeting at Heburne next Friday night 1 Big line 1f ladies and chi1drsc ts f at F L Wilsons Russell Springs w JAlt v A special shoe is being advertisedsby Coffey Patteson in the News this week p An infant child of Mr and Mrs Rol Un Johnson of Gadberry died Friday morning a Victim of diptheria vThere will be an old folks spelling at Tabor Church Friday night the 28th inst A prize will be awarded the best speller We understand that two of the horses burned in the Burkesville livery fire belonged U to Mr John Q Alexanderj of Campbellsyille the wellknown travel ing salesman for the Garter Dry Goods Company Louisville 5 Therere tw reports here as to the number of fgie8 lost by the BuchahT nLyon O CthbellsvilIeinthe firet- at that lce Mowhymght One i thai they ktotroMj ear 16d the other state meIlt that thy lot thrfe carloads we pe tif beWl nuabe i1 i ft j ft F pt At Ac THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS itt1 JIII Obituary 1 f JQIi March 11 1910 Mrs Mary lenshaw died very suddenly of Ipneumonia at her home No 602 Lee Avenue Sherman Texas She was born in Kentucky flee 21 162 her maiden name being Mary Yates the daughter of James Alfred ai d Mary Yates i She was left motherless when about three weeks eld and her father died about twentyfive years later November 27V 1881 he was married to William P Sexton of Gradyville Ky To this union three children were born two of whom are still living They are Mrs Essie French and John F Sexton of Sherman Texas were both at her bedside during her last illness She moved to Sherman Texas in 1890 and in November 1897 she was married to William B Henshaw She had been a devoted Christ ian anda member of the church of Christ for the past twenty years She was at her place in the church when her health would permit and always con 1 tributed freely to the cause of Christ Her life was one of self sacrifice She never missed ar opportunity of speaking a cheer ful work to allof helping the sick andstrangers and of en couraging her friends Her life vas one of hardships and trials vlut she made these things minis ter to the development of a purer and nobler character When three weeks old she was left motherless and five years after her first marriage she was left a widow with three small children One of these a daughter died soor after and the othI er two mentioned above were reared to manhood and woman hood While these two children were compeled to be separated from their mother the greater part of their childhood her thoughts were always for them and the life she lived was one of the purest and noblest examples children ever had set for them by a parent She leaves to mourn her loss her husband W B Henshaw two children Mrs Essie French and John F Sexton four broth ers and two sisters W W Yates W S Yates and T Yates of Missouri and J R Yates of 4 ii Weed Ky and Mrs Henry J Yates and Miss Rebbecca Yates of Edmonton Ky She also leavesjr v two little grandchildren Aubrey iNeJi and Mary Elizabeth French lvho will never forget the re- rkkct life she lived each day be v iorfi them She never missed an i opportunity to teach them les t sons of goodness and they re garded grandma as perfect in all things Her funeral services were con ducted by this writer at her home N0602 Lee Avenue in tjthe presence of a large congre gation of relatives and friends most of whom followed her to the Qemetery The beautiful floral offerings the large con vgregation the many words of V sorrow and consolation spoken 1by friends were a consolation to those who morn her departure Asleep in Jesus and Jesus atithe se Sweet t Bye and Byeiat the cemetery v Her motto was Never give f t UPlIo all things well even to the Smallest duties of life and be tt 1ionrabl iiiall things Jr lJi C r4 tI 1 tLEt f r pc We sh almeet herbyand by May Gods richest blessings rest f upon friends and relatives A precious one from us has gone A voice we loved is stilled A place is vacant in our home s Which never can be filled God in his wisdom has recalled The boon his love has given And though the body slumbers here The soul is safe in Heaven By Rev J R Atchley Sherman Texas 4s Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY J D Patterson Plaintiff fWyattBy 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 proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th day of Nov 1910 at one oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit three months the following described property towit Two cer tain tracts pf 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 to Jas Keen The second tract contains 62 acres more or less and lies one mile north of the first men tioned tract They will first be offered separately and then both together and the bid or bids which bring the most money will be accepted Judgment and order of sale is refered to for complete description and boundary For the purchase price the perchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal inter est from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg ment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner Time Thieves Did it ever occur to you that to steal a busy mans time is to steal his money incidently the time thief takes that which nought enriches hirik The man who comes into the busy mans office and spends a couple of hours destroys about one fourth the average busy mans days work It must be made up at times inconvenient to the man who suffers the loss or it is lost completely Some persons who steal the time of others act as if they were awaiting a moving van to cart them out Generally speaking they are not doing much good in the world themselves Their in ference with the work of others clogs the wheels of industry Another way of stealing time is to fail to be punctual in your engagements Mark Twain used to say that the man whois punc tual loses half of his life waiting for the fellow who is not That is one way of looking at itthe humorists waybut the reverse side of the picture shows the man who is not punctual as a thief of the time of others Some time thieves who steal your time when you ought to be at work are most agreeable They manage to be sufficiently so to keep frpm being pushed out of the door But the unpupctual individual has no such redeeming qualities He damages your disposition when he keeps you waiting NothiSisnot aimed at anV body But think it qver Is it not better to employ your time profitably or pleasurably as you will without stealing that of someone who has to hustle to make a living or is hustling to become independent so he can st phustlngFrapkfort News The kaiser has a new palace making 51 in all Private mil lionaires even in America have their work cut for tjicin if they anto trarel at tat paCe tfr fv 1L 2i ff N rJ jit J L Clarksdale Mb 1 EditonxNews It has been nearly a year since I gave you any items from this place r- After reading youivrv welcome paper with much interest as well as pJeasure and especially the letters from your many correspondents from so many different States and localities I am enthused to get busy and give a few items from this place The long and serious drouth has been broken up bythere cent rains and we are assured of a half crop of corn or more We have had a splendid crop of wheat oats hay and potatoes this season This is a very rich country Some of it has been producing good corn crops for forty years and is good for forty more No better bluegrass country anywhere Old Missouri will re deem herself this falln twithI standing the past deffic has had She will return practically all of her Congressmen and the Legislature will return to her old time suit again be sides we expect to vote State Wide Prohibition This great question has nothing to do with politics or politics with it It questknlWe so doing Shad the pleasure of hearing Col W J Bryan on Labor Day Mr Bryan said with many other good things that a man had better make his wife his Saturday night treasurer than the saloon keeper his depositor With this statement and many others we understand the Brewer Union re fused to march with other Labor Unions This is the way the saloon man does business His object is to tear down or destroy all good moral influence wherever they can When I was a boy a saloon keeper was looked on as being of a lower or immoral class of men and I believe yeti they are but they persist in dic tating to the entire country in their immoral way I say away with such characters and let our boys breath pure air for a while If we use our influence to de bauch our young men they will in return debauch pur daughters Again Bro George Ferryman formerly of old Russell county Ky now of Northfork Vat ap pears at the old mother Chautau qua at Maysville Mo He was there two days last year and made a great hit The Chau tauqua Association thought wise to bruig him back this year every day for the fullweek The board claims this the most successful Chautauqua in her history of many years although they have had some of the best talent these United States produce Just the plain gospel thruth did it Think think of it Old Russell county possibly one of the poorest coun ties in the State producing a man like him This shows a man does not have to be born rich or of parentage of great note to be some body fa man has a talent he should use it for good and be somebody I w s glad to read the letter from my old friend and schoolmate F 6of Eddy Texas es pecially that part where he men tibned my brothers name There seems to be Something jocular Out a Kentuckian He likes j j S l t 4 J to see his name in Print siecr- ally i when he is spoken of favorably This is to all my old Kentucky friends and may you have the best sf everything for years and years Respt US Haynes Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT I KENTUCKY- G A Murrayc Plaintiff vs K Mont Murray c Defendant By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render ed at the Sept Term thereof 1910 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Ccr lumbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th of Nov 1910 at one oclock p mor thereabout being County Court upon creidit six months the following property towit A certain tract of land lying in Adair County Ky on Russell Creek containing about 83 acres and known as the Henry Murray lands The Judg ment and order of sale are refered to for description and boundary For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securitiesmust execute Bond bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner House Keeping Helps Here is an excellent prepara tion for cleaning furniture To a quart bottle nearly full of warm water add a tablespoonful of alcohol anda tablespoonful of olive oil shake thoroughly until well mixed and use plentifully in cleaning the furniture rub well with a dry flannel after applying and it will remove all soil For caneseated chairs that have become darkened use a so lution of oxalic acid and water a teaspoonful of the acid toa quart of water Scrub the fur niture hard with this mixture using a stiff brush rinse imme diately with clean water to pre vent the action of the acidon the cane and the color will be restored with the seat tightened- To clean upholstered furniture cover the material with a towel andwhip with a rattan then brush the upholstered parts very hard and wipe quickly with a clothwrung out Of clear hot water Follow this with a clean white flannel dipped in alcohol As soon as the flannel shows dirt wash clean in tepid water if this is not done the Ialcohol will dissolve the dirt and deposit ofIthe fabric Clear alcohol lightly used with the flannel wrung as dry as possible will not hurt the most delicate fabric a Notice An order having been entered at the regular August 1010 term of the Adair County court directing that a poll be opened andan election to be held in East Columbia voting precinct No 2 of Adair county on the second Tuesday in1 Nov 1910 submitting to the voters of said precipct the question as to whether or not cattle or any species thereof shall be permitted to run at large in said precinct Therefore 1 willon Tuesday Nov 8 1910 cause a poll to be opened and an election held at the Regular voting places in said precinct submitting to the voters the question as to whether or not cattle or any species thereof shall be permitted to run at large A D Patteson Sherin6f Adair County A man has been found starv ing himself because he feared the end of thfrworld w sat hand There must be s cha thing as- a rash bravery of cowardice ANewYork woman declares that an income is like a Feputa tionit must be lived up to ThatiShtrue but its makes some differ tiqe as to hoif pi lutes up tai Kpi V i i t 1 f J i v Jamestown sinceIallow us sufficient space to tell what is happening at our village With the exception of a number of cases of whooping cough the health of our town is good To day is the first day of our circuit court and there is a large crowd in attendance NH W Aaron attorney of Indianapolis Ind is here to at tend to his legal business in our court having arrived on last Thursday he will be here until court adjourns as he has quite a number of cases in this court The docket of our court both criminal and civil is quite large at this term most all of the Commonwealth cases having been continued at the June term of court for want of time and itI is very likely that our court consume the entire time allowed us being two weeks Judge J C Carter has arrived and is stopping at the Holt house and we find that the better we become acquainted with the Judge the better we like him in fact the Judge is giving univer sal satisfaction in this county and we feel that before his term of office will have expired he will have bettered the condition of this community from a morral standpoint an hundred fold Judge Carter certainly has the prayers of the Christian people of our town in his efforts to en force the law and better themor als of our county J F Montgomery James Gar nett and Rollin Hurt attorneys of your town have arrived and are stopping at Phelps Bros Hotel They are three gentlemen we are always glad tosee at our bar in fact the bar does not seem complete without their presence Hon A A Huddleston Commonwealths Attorney arrived today and is at the Holt house Mr Huddleston is a gentleman that all except the lawbreakers are glad to see The price of realestate has in creased in our town more than one hundred per cent during the past five years and itseems that our citizens have awakened to a realization of the fact that life is not over yet A number of par ties have had their buildings newly painted and if a number of others would follow their ex ample strangers would hardly recognize our little town A H Holt the enterprising hotel man and merchant has been making some valuable im provements and additions to his hotel building and storehouse having added to the original building some fifteen or twenty rooms and in fact remoddled his building until one would hardly recognize it as other than a new building out and out He halputa flaw front to his store house and Has made various outside improvements which make his plaee one of the most in vit big and cheerful in tentire county He now has a modern hotel building corisistjng of thirty two rooms newly papered and furnished out and out His hotel will in the near future- lighted f be in an uptodate manner with the new kind of gas or acetiline plant and with Mr Holies plttaanit turn ind his Y H r fi ti himIcarry out in fact he is now in a position to give you as good accomodations as you can get in the State There is not now a better hotel building South of Louisville than this house and as for his table fare while this has always been the best the county affords he will exert every effort to keep it- t that point Some four months since the offices of our town were reCrgan ized Hon Lilburn Phelps being elected by the board of trustees as our police Judge J H Stone as attorney and W G Cook as town marshal Since this organ ization our little town has been very quiet the officers having early in the game taken charge ofevery disorderly person and either inflicted a fine or lodged him in jail We had allowed the town to go without officers for a number of years and it finally got so that the ruffians living within a few miles would make it a regular business to get a lot of whiskey and come to town on Sunday for an all days drunk and would make the town hideous all Sunday nights I am glad to say that this does not occur now and I remember that on the first day of our past June court there being some twelve hundred per sons in town there was not a drunken man o n our streets Citizen lets all keep in mind the condition of our town prior to this reorganization and not al low the matter to go down Jamestown Ky Oct 17th 1910 Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY Ella Dohoney sc Plaintiff f vs Betsey Dohoney cDefendant By yirture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Aaair 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 Co lumbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th day of Nov 1910 at one oclock p m or 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 waters of Russell Creek containing about 95 acres This land will be offer ed in two lots divided by the turnpike road The one on which the dwelling and barn are situated contains 50 acres the other contains 45 acres then it will be offered as a whole and the bid or bids accepted which will realize the mont 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 bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with there terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner That Boys No GooseX A Fulton boy wrote the follow ing composition on Goose Goose is a low heavy set ibird composed mostly of meat and feathers His head sits pnybne side and he sits on the other Goose cant sing much oiq account of the dampness of the moisture There aint nothing between his toes but skin and he carries a toy balloon in his stomach to keep from sinking Geese have only two legs and they are set so far back on his running gear that thy came pretty near missing his body Some of the geese when they get big are called ganders ano have curls on them Ganders dont have to sit and atcf but just ibmi go swimming and eat If I was a goose I would raider bea gander any time X t h tci tI I e IZJ f I 1 i I 1HE DAR COUNT NEWS f S L N Time Card hi YteC31I00s SOUTHBOUND f1 Lv LOUISVILLE AR LEBANON N27 Xi700am 942am No 28ii8O5 am 1004 am Nal9506pm 740 pm 1000pmWoNORTH BOUND r8AJN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE Q34 548 am 750 am o 78 732 am J015 am e i8 y4dkpm 665 pm PX1l092Nog 92 and 93 areSunday trains only ilLMORE HOTEL W M UaiiNOnH Pnopif FirstClass Table V Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rat- esQEftDYinLLe KY S D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetin tEes Pistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am- a well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables LOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILLE STREET Res Phone 29 Office Phone 40- Dr James Triplett Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK gMBIA KENTUCK1 ir 1unbar Dentist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING I PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY i Joseph fi Stone AttoneyAtLaw fJ Will practice in this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky DRM E JONES i Veterinary Surgeon and Dentst Columbia Kentucky Special attention gl yea to Dentistry Diseases of the Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes OFFICE Located In barn back of Han cockHbtel A TThe Adair County ii ItNews k r 4 And lifeJournal One i 1 prFor t I 50 1 i tJ r 1r- r c II L Heaven has Gained an Angel More r ttOn Saturday October 8tli t- OO oc1Qckam the death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs L M Lester of Ken dall Ky and took from them their little son James Carlye age 3 years and 6 months He was ill onyit short time death resulting from croupous pneumonia His many friends greatly regretted his death ashe was loved by all who knew him The funeralsel vices were conducted by Eld Mont Gabbert Sleep on dear Carlye thou art at rest God called thee home when he thought best Short Meier Sermons Judged bytheir prayers some are trying hard to take the Lord In No man ever got any import ant place by teaching other peo pie their places If faces are tickets to heaven it is going to take some saints a long time to arrive Some never get over the wonder that folks so important asI themselves should go to church Have we any right to condemn the vicious when we make the conditions of virtue so hard When your religion is an um brella laid up for rainy day the weather is apt to be deceitful 0Thethey are saints is that their neighbors wish they lived in another world Reaching the Top in any calling of life demands a vigor ous body and a keen brain Without health there is no success But Electric Bitters is the greatest Health Builder the world has ever known It compels perfect action of stomachliA9rkidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood tones and invigorates the whole system and enables you to stand the wear and tear of your daily work After months of suffering from Kidney Trouble writ es W M Sherman of Cushing Me three bottlqs of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man 50c at Paull Drug Co IDeath of a Favorite Dog I Cat the famous dog owned by FW Wade of Russell Springs is dead at the age of fourteen years and nine months Probably no dog in this part of the State had morefriends People who had been gone from the State ten years on their return and seeing Cat would say Is it possible that dog is still liv ingf For squirrels rabbits and rats no animal of his nature ever exceeded him W D Stephens President of the Bankof Russell Springs at the time before his death was no man for dogs but Frank Wades dog was always welcome at his residence How You May Detect Bad Food 0Prepared by government and r state focd inspectors for house wives Smooth shiny eggs are usually bad Roughshelled eggs are fresh Good cider vinegar will give off nod rofappleswheIlheat- edovcraslow fire and will leave a reddish brown residue in a pan when evaporated Whenasardinedie Sing at tacks the metal of a can the con tents ire invariably bad Good lemon extrat will turni milky and oil will immediately form pii top when trl mixed wllnuaL ptrt of water r k Pure ground coffee will not color cold water Coffee adulter tv ated with chicory will stain cold water brown Swelling of cans containing fruits and vegetables indicates fermentation If cans contain more than one sordered perfora tionthey should be avoided Cans are perforated originally atI the center of the bottom Any subsequent perforation shows tampering to prevent swelling and indicates a product spoiling from improper cooking Noodles of a bright yellow col or are often colored Cheap shiny candies are coated with shellac or other resin and should be avoided- Oleomargarine may be detected by examining the wrappers of the packages The law re quire a label Oleomargarine This label is often very dimI and printed with ink of nearly the same shade as the wrapper Oleomargarine crackles and gives off an unpleasant odor when placed in a hot pan Columbia Districtlst Round Renox Jones church Oct2930 Bear Creek Parrish church i Oct 31Nov 1 JV Peytonsburg Pleasant Hill NQv4BurksvilleBurksvilleN ov 56 Albany Oak GroveNov 1213 Clinton Fairview Nov 14 Thurlow Mt Lebanon Nov 1920 Gfeensburg Hogards church Nov 2122 Spurlington and Early Early s church Nov 2324- Campbellsville Cir Mortons church Nov 2627- Campbellsville Sta Dec 34 Mannsville Merrimac Dec 5 Casey Creek Christian church Dec6 Cane Valley Dec 7 Gradyville Picketts Church Dec 1011 Columbiaand Tabor Dec 112 Temple Hill Dec 171S- TompkinsvilleDec20 21 West Tompkinsville Fountain Run Dec 2425 TL Hulse P E Columbia Ky j l The Crops v Even the wheat crop turns out to be only 45000000 bushels behind the big yield of 1909 Only 45000000 bushels That is what the Washington dispatch on the government crop report says and we are not dis posed to quarrel with this slight ing reference to millions The yield of corn oats and wheat is just about double that of 1890 the difference is expressed in billions If wheat has fallen off a little in a yearHcorIl and oats are bumper crops There is good cheer not only for the farmers but for all the people of the county in those big estimates of the Department of Agrilture e King George wants all the British army officers to wear mustaches which is one way of getting soldiers with stiff upper tips A New York man committed suicide idr the purpose of giving- hiswife a chance to get a better husband She will not have to lookIarS Some meft who talta jot about a aithlecsministry would have a fit if theprescher told the truth about thm iij A Trip to Lock No 21 r i JabeKy Oct 17th 10 Editor News With baskets filled with good things to eat such as chicken cakes preserves etc a party of fourteen from here and nine from Morrow all met at Lock 21 on Cumberland river five miles from here We spent the forenoon on the right hand side of the river After having partaken of the dinner before mentioned and all feeling like we were glad we were there we got a boat and crossed the river went to the head of the Island and then on the Lock saw everything there was to be seen then departed for homeIThe party consisted of Mr and Mrs T B Walter Mr and Mrs M S Hatfield and little daughter Elsie Messrs Virgil Popple well Edgar Johnson Ed Wool dridge and Festus Wade Misses Ella Josie and Bertha Hatfield Kate Wooldridge and Bertha Walker from here and Mrs Arrenia Morrow and family Mr and Mrs Brent Marcum and Mr and Mrs J B Smith A Wooldridge 4s I Preaching vs Editing Editing a newspaper in some respects is a great deal like preaching the gospel truth must be presented in the form of gen eralities or some fellow will get hit and howl Few persons like truth even in homeopathic doses if it hits them But while preachers and editors are criti cised for what they do say no one thinks of giving t h em credit for what they do not say Yet what they keep to themselves constitutes the major portion of what they know about the people Very many people harbor the belief that newspapers are eager to publish derogatory things Its a mistake There isnt a newspaper that could not spring a sensation in the community at any time by merely telling what it knows There is not a newspaper that does not keep under the lockof secrecy sores of de rogatory things which never meet the public eye or reach the public ear- Deciding what not to print is the most troublesome part of newspaper work How many good stories are surpressed for the sake of in nocent relatives and for public goodnobody outside ofa news paper office has any idea of Iii some instances he who flies into a passion because a news paper prints something about him which he considers uncom plimentary has ever reason to feel profoundly grateful to the newspaper for publishing so little of what it knows about him And oftimes the loudest bluffer is the most vulnerable one to at tack A big noise is often de vice to cover trepidation Newspapers put up with more bluffing than apy other agency would endure It is not because they like courage it is because they are unwilling to use their power to destroy or ruin unless the interests of society impera tively demands it It might be well for some pteo plet9retectU Ii these truths and in silent gratitude accept mild admonition lest worae befall them Gonneliut HewsHerald I Nict lia John B Stttiwn JteUvafc F L Ylfll MllS Ky fJi14Q ti M x VrV r i t t f i t xsxs 5 rItoeks Tip the Acme tExcellence if f- I L r New Fall Carpets I f 4 yy Rugs and Wall Paper y 1C Are shown in many representative styles Low prices are linked to good qualities making trading here absolutely safe and saving I I Special inducements in Tulaid Linoleums 150 grades per square yard s 110 6 patterns Plenty of each and every yard Jos Wild Gos first grade 1 ilubbuch Bros Wellendorl 522 524 W Market M Louisville KntucKy I L XX I ConstipationCure Free Wish the first signs of constipa tion you resort to the home methods of relief such as hot or cold water on yourbreakfastwhen these fail The majority then start on salts and catharticwereallagainbuta remedy made find intended for the purpose you arC trying to accomplish Such IsDrguaranteed to be permanent in its re abriefmuscles are trained to again do their work nprmally so that in the end you can do away with medicines of all kinds ofSanvlliewill Mrs S A Hampton of Portage O thereIsout a penny of expense Simply send your name and address to Dr Caldwell itIfedy you need buy a fifty cent or one dollar bottle of your druggist and con tinue to use it for a brief time until cured The directions are simple and dose is small It is pleasant to the theIdoes not gripe and is promptly and these statements are guaranteed or money will be refunded This remedy Is over a quarter of a cen tury old and is personally taken by more druggists than any other similar remedy on the American market Because of its effectiveness purity and pleasant taste It Is the Ideal laxative remedy for generallyDrto give you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family pertaining to the stomach liver or bowels absolutely free of charge Explain your case In a letter and he will reply to you In detail For the free sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address is Dr W B Caldwell R500 Cald well building Monticello Ill Good Things to Know No two persons no matter who they are should habitually sleep together for it is inevitable that the one will thrive and the other lose An aged person and a child should never be bedmates great is the pleasure of grandma to cuddle the little one in her arms and much as the child en joys the warmth and comfort of the other it a well established fact that the child will suffer whilethe old person is benefitted Babies are better in their cribs and the crib should be near enough so that the mother has but to stretch out her hand and touch the child tbus knowing all its needs A baby cradled in the exhausted mothers arms will both injure and be injured thereby If space is small two single beds occupy but little if any more room than one large one and this will give the desired propinquity and comforting sense of nearness without the bodily contact that will inevitably derange the nervous system of one if not both the sleepers One person will always be e1 mina tive of nerve force while another is absorbent while if each slept alone there would be no robbing one to enrich the other Too much stress can not be laid upon the necessity of keepC ing tha nursing bottle and all apparatus connected with it perfectly sweet and clean even lii cold weather J Theintd t serious trouble with the bottleftd baby is from neglect herefan4 the l Mfmoto 1 2 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF TilE LOUISVILLE TIMES Is5a00 A YEAR If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TOUSYOUCANGE- TTilE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS J AND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere Has the best corps of corres pondents Covers the Kentucky fieldper fectly Covers the general news field 7 completely Has the best and fullepr mar kets reports s vu DEMOCRATIC in politics bGt fair to everybody y SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER riot to The Louisville Times i J er should he given to ttiematr lettmgnothingintfere witK it Notices vV tJNoticeSinclair Co has decided to quit busiri ness cease to exist as a corporation and wind up in busineesj and from nOw on wilIsellonlyto wind up said business li C Winfrey has been Chosen and cted reciever of said corporation to aell out the stock of goods and property fid corporation and collect all debts this same and apply the proceeds to the pym nt of said corporation debt aa- rIpidlyaICaabedOIS f iSiai Stockiro V o 0 Ot1O191 + X t t f t1 t f 11 y 1 0 tI Iiit t C i 4i r t is EWS L 1 CDUNIYtNEWStlfit 1 Published Every Wednesday 1 BY THE AdaiSCounty News Company INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Interestef Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the ColumbiaPostofflce as sec end class mall matter WED OCT 26 1910 JDelno cfatic Ticket FOR CONGRESS HON ELZYBERTRAM- OF CLINTONICOUNTY The importance of every Democrat casting his vote for Hon Elzy Bertram next Tuesday ought to stir up and bring out every voter in this district In fact we ought to show our strength our protest against the election of Caleb Powers in its fullest and strongest manner We are not strong enough to elect Mr Bertram or any other man in this district and willnot be held responsible by outsiders for Powers election should it occur but there are thousands of good republicans whose allegiance to country outweighs the pres sure of partyism and their votes will be cast for Mr Bertram His election is not a certainty but if allwho are opposed to Powers who feel and know that we ought to have a man of clean asItheir conscience and judgment dictates he will be elected The majority of the voters of this district is against Powers If they unite he will be defeated and that defeat would be a bless ing to his party justice for him and an honor for the district Republicans who oppose Powers who will vote for his opponent are actuated by the purest mo tives and are willing to stand for justice and honor rather than truckle to the worst in their own party If this end of the district IIcome up for Mr Bertram there is scarcely a doubt as to his election This is not a party honIorto the credit or discredit of the district and it means a great deal to the Republican party If PovyerS wins he and his crowd willrule with a high handand take such steps to perpetuate v their control which in the end would be overthrown only by party disruption The safest sanest and surest way to avoid a- longJ conflict in which the r politic sf al passions will be wrought to ftheir highest tentioii and most bitter feeling is tospoil the nest egg and block the game in its beginning That there are thousands of the best citizens in the Republican party who see the trouble and who will reject Pow ers is not doubted If the Dem ocrats will all come out and vote with them the districts credit v and honor will be saved If you believe in electing the best men to office if you want your son to espouse the cause of iright against wrong how can Powed and never acquitted of con election with a crime that shock red the entire country Itor rote for Powers you need n tde and clrtin records of other 1A j t 1rj tiI andvyou iheedrrn6t expect youn sonsjto become active in the discharge of good citizenship over partyjmstakes in naming bad or I incompetent candidates Its a fearfblmistakerforany man to placeartY above country Jtis worse to accept a man covered in suspicion and crime when one of clean record is available The funeral ofthe late United States Senator of Iowa was held last Wednesday David B Hill exGov and United States Senator of New Yorkgis dead He was a Demo crd t Robert R Burnair of Rich mond was elected last Wed nesday Grand Master o f the Grand Lodge of Masons of Ken tucky Crippen the American Doctor was found guilty of murdering- his wife and condemed to die He listened calmly to the Judgment of the court Be at the polls November 8th and vote for Hon Elzy Bertram for Congress He is a gentle= man of excellent character and would make a very useful mem r Irmer Senator Foraker made a savage attack on Roosevelt at Marysville Ohio last Saturday Referring to Col Roosevelts new nationalism he said that in spirit at least it is as treason able as secession itself The speech it is believed insures the election of Gov Judson Harmon Hon ElzY Bertram will finish speaking iu the eastern portion of the district this week The word comes to this office that he has been greeted at every ap pointment by large crowds Thef district will make a mistake if it fails to elect him to Congress In Washington he would be re spected by his colleagues and he would be of benefit to the people who selected him as their Representative The Hon James B Howard of was in town several days this week and it is being quiet ly whispered about that he is a prospective candidate for Governor We are not in a position to vouch for the truth ofs this statement but one thing we can vouch for and that he is fully qualified to run for Governor on the Powers ticket and the most serious objection that we now see In supporting him is that we fear he would not pardon Henry E Youtsey in time for him to make the race for the United States Senate Mountain Echo Republican GlensforK C A Walker who was so unfortunate as to get his thigh broke in falling from his house roof on the 14th is getting along nicely v RevJE Wooldridge of Russell Springs has just closed a series of meetings at the Mt Ziori church Rev Wooldridge is an able and forceful speaker and his meetings were highly inter esting to all who attended Messrs J W Marshall tQIar enceTaylor an Rev G Ri Ab rep aicnHed the quartelY meet ing at French Valley Ruaitllr county on thel5th The Southern Methodist of thi vicihity h a t urchased the M E XJhurch A 11roConsideration 175 We aregladfto noteJhat Chap man jo who Had nearly closed out their stock of goods with a view quitting business at this place are again refilling their shelves Fifteen or twenty cases ofdip theria have beenreported in the Inroad vicinity but so far we have only heardSofSoneldeath Our baseball team played the Kendall Russellcounty team a shutout game atlCreelsboro aI few days ago We have splendid material for a ball team and if our boys stick together and continue to improve next year as they have this year they may play others shutout games Joppa The farmers of Ithis communi ty are busily engaged in sowing wheat and rmaking sorghum They do not want to forget the taste of molasses and biscuits Trade is dull in this part of the neighborhood Nothing to sell but everybody wanting to buyMrs Cattie Willis of Camp bellsville is visiting her son Mr Forest Willis Miss Eula Morris visited Misses Eva and Elva Murrell last Fri day night The spelling at Zion Friday night was largely attended and timejIhas welltrained pupils There is nothing nowadays better tha a good education i Misses Addie and Nancy Willis and Sallie Conover spent last Sunday with Miss Effie Conover Miss Nancy Willis spent last Thursday night with her aunt Mrs Ethel Conover Mrs Vic Garnett who has been sick for several days is im roving Miss Bersneba Holladay who herelis gusta Kans soon Misses Eva and Elva Murrell visited the Misses Upton last Sunday and attended the sing ing at Glenville Mrs Eliza Conover and daughter Misses Sallie and Effie and Mr John Conover visited Mrs Fannie Willis last Sunday The Sunday School at Zion is progressing nicely under the management of Mr John Con over We would havebetter attendance if the old members would come and take an interest There is nothing better for a community than a good Sunday School eYProf are anxious to hear some good music These are lovely Sunday afternoons for singings Mr Luke Morris is visiting his sister Mrs Moss of Greens burgSeveral from this place will attend the cooperation meeting at Egypt Saturday and Sunday Miss Virgie Conover spent last Friday night withVliss Namcy Willis Mrs ElizaDethMurreil spent last Sunday at J P Willis O The diphtheria scare Is about 6ve 1 in this neighborhiood Mr Theo Powell and family were the guess at iir A i Willis and family ands T- f v ofc iT f tft1L h oHcy ti TT v V I v I 11 1Lri SAVEONE THIRD tv I 171 tiI e SF e 1I 7iK w K e 7K t 1 YOUR FUEL J tS K And Avoid the Annoyance or Building Fires wv f- x m nCiA The Dream of the Good Housekeeper has been II Realized in COLES ORIGINAL AIR TIC HTrv i STOVES The Stove in which the fire is not zi out from the time they are set up in the Fall i fIC until taken down In the Spring 1 t v Dont fail to Examine our Large Stock before irc i buying your Stoves for the WinterII i1Cni1C REED HARDWARE CO w iiC 71= I II 7K ii 7iiC iii M j 71 71C nC n I n Ii 171 7 K 7immr K mCI l Dirigo Henry Gaston Rugby was here last Tuesday assisting Assessor Wolford to make his list of taxable property in this dis trict Tom Paull Lewis Fairplay was at J M Campbells one night last week Sorghum making has been the order of the day for the past two weeksMisses Mollie Jeffrtes Colum bia and Bessie Epperson Roy visited Mrs RL Campbell last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Charles Bennett Fairplay are visiting iheir daughter Mrs JW McClister this week Mr Bennett has been Very low with paralysis for a year or more butis some better now and we hope there are chances for his recovery Rev Jessee preached a very nice sermon at Independence last Snnday The Sparkville team and the home boys crossed bats at this place last Saturday At the close of the ninth inning the score stood 36 to J6irt favor of Sparks ville Warfield Estes and I G Williams are visiting relatives in Barren anti Hart counties this week y x Landy Stotts isold thirtyacres- of land to R H McKinney for tro hundred dollars 1 There are npw some thirEytor fbctyiiandi at work cuttinf th CuBWiins totbfr Thw taSfcber soft repeiitily for four thousand rrrt 3z j o h Ware sho ingthis Season a Handsome JJne of Ladies and Misses Tailored Suits di ShopsSiimvAlso a line embracing New Cloths and Shades ofthe wellknown Bischof makeat pricesfrom 1 0 to 25 Dress Making Department We have added a Dressmaking Depart ment this season which will be under the management of Mrs Rosenfield and Miss SaP lie Field Their shop will be on our balcony floor in connection with The Ladies Readyto wear Garment Department 41 These ladies are artists in this line of work and are prepared to make at reasonable prices any Garments you may need You can find anything you want in our DresslGooHit and Trimmings Stock MiWe invite y uto come and lo k li lourRusselltfz t JII T 0 f H + f I FRANK CORCORAN I HipGrad- eMarble i4i c Granite CeiKteiylwtrk krjepskf tfaltr yri Repre t abtl8 feJEFFRIES in this and A r oinin eountics a- eMaIitrttt ifI t tcbaon KyIi t L1ii 1 t J a j f V d i r1 1 rr f cSI fp H J G ct i 7 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I 5 60 OOOOOO+OOOOO2OO OOOOOOOOO + l SANIMMENSESiTOCK OF FALL jOODS C 0 j O 0 0tita invited to caY and loop through ram sure I cal please you wjji v t0 f i t Whatever You Need o Can be found at my store hence if you do not see what you want ask for it and you will be accommodated My salesmen are at all times ready to waitgiipon customers r 0Clothing for Men and Boys V o rg st stock clothing ever offered to o trade I can furnish any kind of suit you may want If a thisRI finesfty Finest Fitting department r 0t aboutone f 4 0 Iam in earnest want the people to and tell their friends4of 2hy GREAT g YA BARGAIN STORE fc 4 3 t YO ET 0A W WALtER 0A 0 r Y II O0006 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO iOOOOOOoooooo fi oo ooooooo8 The Celebrated 7 Goldman Cos Clothing for Sale at = I FRANK SINCLAIRS i iDirig9 v Continued from fourth page dollars but at the rate it is going at now it will not last long Well the election is ap And I but wonder if itis possible that there is enough people in this district who are to disgrace their and bring the wrath of God upon themselves and their children by electing a low self convicted murderer to represent them in Congress There is no man in this whole Common wealth that has one iota of mind but that kncws beyond doubt that Caleb Powers is guilty of concocting aiding and abetting and assisting in the perpetration- of one of the most heinous das- tardlyf cowardly crimes that 1 ever blackened the name of a Estate or nation He criedoutt that he was being persecuted and couldnot get a fair trial while the democrats were in hadFbeen convicted time and again By republican as well as by demo iGratic juries To prove that he He was not being persecuted we feted a governor who was wil n to stoop Wnoughto turni 4 S loose a set of hoodlums on the stfeito advance his party inter e Caleb could certainly have nSkfair trial howl This par li gpvernorcouldhaveap pointed a partisan special judge Iiyitri th1SCuethiJntr r ro C- it1C tisan judge could have selected a partisan jury and have given partisan and instructions during the trial But no he was like the Irishman It was a fair trial tjfathewas afaidof He knew that he was gttilty an believed hat it would be hard to get a j ryof twelve but what there be at least or tf two honest men on it And he knew that his guilt was so plain ly apparent that he could not hope for an acquittal So he accepted a pardon from little Custo I should have said Governor Wil son just like the one h had tucked down in his pocket signed by Billie Taylor on the time he attempted to get out of the State in disguise even before was accused of complicity i this crime This above all else his gu ltAndnow fe r low voters if we should condescend to send such a man to Congress do you suppose that Congressmen from other State even they be republicans wouldassoCiate with him It just the same as we had no Congressman And then I am sUre that God would punish the people of the district just like He did in olden times when the e represent eoTbyAhaz a man of the Powers type So please read your bles study this question and then when you to tie polee vote lor a good clean man one wbo hats p oven ihimiel Wb c ypfyourTote pniwho il able ld fitj to ffocttiHth4he45 tIS J best Then when you are called before that Great and Righteous Judge to give an account of your inIloving tones Well done And now in conclusion let me ask that you read the following anyway before you vote Gal 5 21 Rev 218 Rev 2215 Then remember that when you vote for Caleb Powers you indorse him and his record that you become a party to the vice he is the author of Consider well then vote M Local Market The following is the Local Market todayEggsHens 08 t r 5 Cocks V 3 Y tTurkeysI 8 to 10 Geese 5 Ducks t 7 Wool clear grease 20 Wool washed 28 to 30 Hides green 6 to 7 12dGinseng 4 50 to 5 00 Bees wax 25 WANT A FARM OR A Home in Town See G P imythe The Real Estate Man More than 60 farms for sale in theee youAlmostsale Dont buy till you see my list Homes in Columbia the villages of Adair county More than 30 homes beaunon almost every and avenue Some very rangingfromlist If you have property for sale list it It costs nothing to list 1 come in touch byhustlingent parts of the county We can sell your property for you If you wish to buy or sell dont worry but see G P Smythe office in Garnett Building Columbia Kyv 40tf j suit is your desire I have it if you want f a u can begsupplied r The and Best Shoes i JIn this you will see the most elegant both for Ladies and Gentlemen ever presented to this market I ask 0is come in I am sure I can plase you It is understood that I handle all the staples L f t Tiiatter I call see then o- qf f L 5 Beckman rapidly proachirg willing country rulings one exactly he proved though be though Jeoplew Bii go which good and street elegant lines All V4 cannot would would Chickens J tit WE W NT YOU f c to examine the Corn King jfto manure spreader We want ishow you the mhy superior featuresfound o iill its co 7 j v We want to explain to you howeasy and how convenient d the working parts are arranged it We want to show you the substantial construction We want to show you how by using the Corn King manmanureYou will be surprised at the substantial construction You wont find the Corn King manure spreader like Y other spreaders it is in a class by itself Jj Car today We are reserving a catalogue for you It y is filled with valuable information on soil maintenance and l fertilizers It is yours for the asking If you are not ready to buy now call anyway We want 1r to number you as a friend 1 i ir Reed Hardware Co it Jib i i J r f i j t d J tft yr o 1 1 1 r zr If r 5r4 TI frt yr kir I 4yRwn yi w r f A 4 t J V r 1 7 r LLf1 Picwett Tobacco Warehouse d INDEPENDENT 1JiJ fry f PROPRIETORS it io rner Eighth and Main Streets Lours lIcrtC 1 f S ptIDG S 1 lJvbf lt6sr f J jr 1 DG fi 1 J1 t s r GIve usa trial We Guaraljee to Please you Ft Table supplied With the Best the Market AffordsJ t Meals 35c lu M ILLENik f M P MILLCNCO Proprs f1 Lj Loci ted Qn Railroad Stone u 44yYf t f fu i 5tw- 4glr c Cr 1 + T ii- r1 i4 J k V l Z i1BEADAlhbOuNTYNEWS J J tAn IJntrined Man jj comemending an article recently printed dealing withthe subject dercares she has always been puz zled over male helplessness She Vjsays y I can not unJerstand why a roan for instance should throw himself on a couch surround himself with books and papers and after a while get Tip and walk off leaving cushions pa pers etc for some woman to walk after him and put in order nor why his discarded and soiled clothing is left scattered any i where for some patient or sometimes impatientwoman to f gather up and put away And I can not understand why a man can not leave a bath tub in the same condition after a bath in which the women of the family are expected to leave it r actually knew of some sons who by the way had been in the Spanish war who expected the overworked second maid of the family to prepare their baths with a broad afor them As to getting out of their own underclothes or finding them where they have been kept for many years the why not of this I havej had no answer to though look ing for it many yearsjMothers ought to train their boys along theselines as they do their girls and as 1 have been trying for nearly two years to teach a boy now 13 j who is not of our own to put hisj bed to air to hang up his clothing and keep his room in order I know what that means But I am more and more impressed with the importance of such training HI wish the author of Housekeeping cor Men had been moved to write of the man who does not consider that he has any duty or responsibility in regard to his children other than seeing that they have food cloth ing and shelter The mother I can bear the children cook clean wash iron sew and care for him and the children too I with no outside help yet when he is at home and at leisure he does not think forsooth that it t is his place to help in anyway to look after the babies however numerous they may be My soul is often stirred to its depths as an onlooker in some such families We are deeply interested at Epresent in the subject of educa r tion generally how little it does to fit us one and all for the dutiesJ and work that must come to the iiJarger part of humanity in this part of the globe Changed cir cumstances and life from the city to the farm have brought the t matter home to us as probably would not have been the case otherwise The country school and the city school both need revolutionizing Philadelphia v Record y Leghorn History lt r y S The first Brown leghorns wer imported ao the United States r from Italy in ISsi During the seventysix years of existence in the United States this breed in all of its varieties viand especially the Whites have become most popular t tr The Leghorns elite for them tW the honors of being the heavcst t erpducers in exittenc This r djQiIltjl still open for conversa f gT n iI TV j h itioni however as the breeders tftof the American breeds might claim an equality and possibly a higher money value considering the habitual winter laying of some of the American breeds However the Leghons see in deed deservedly popular and area very profitable fowl and we wish for them continued popular ity and increasing usefulness for another threequarters of a een tury as in the past Its The Worlds BestINo one has ever made a salve oint ment or balm to compare with Buck lens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes cold Sores Chapped Hands or Sprains its supreme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at Paull Drug Co Farm Notes f The sows that are usually most prolific and that are also usually the best mothers are those that have long deep bodies with a row of welldeveloped dugs on each side that are quiet and kindly disposed but that are possessed of enough nervous energy to induce them to take plenty of exercise by rustling around when they are given the run ofa pasture Especially when soft feed is a broad smooth board will be found very convenient in feeding chickens either young or old It is so readily cleaned that all things considered it will be found much more convenient than feeding on the dirty ground which is inviting disease to your fiockIt is just as sensible to expect to make a crop of potatoes with out any attention as it is to ex pect the hens to lay eggs in the winter while they are being cared for on the Letalone sys temThere are instances on record where sheep have produced pro fitable fleeces of wool and one or two lambs each season for from four to ten years but as a gen eral rule when a ewe gets to be five years of age she is very likely to prove unprofitable Anyone who has had any experience while nursing their young pig they naturally lose in weight and condition even with beIstowed among flock owners that in order to obtain the most profit from sheep husbandry stock must be kept that will produce a maximum quality and quantity of both wool and mutton Pumpkins make a splendid feed and how cheap they are Nothing will fatten shoats quicker in connection with a bit of corn and nothing will so thoroughly and efficaciously rid them of worms Dairymen who have town or city milk routes and market gardeners who retail their pro duce have exceptional opportu nities for marketing fresh eggs and poultry at the highest prices A careful record of what the bee kept This is the only way to determine the profits from the poultry r in fact it is the onlyway to carry on any line of farming IUllsaMurdere- rAmercile murderer is Appendicitis KiDgleJVLifejJ arsdliowelpatiOaHt PawHDrufCo v iht ttfli i t n j a Tcachtrs Association The following is a program of the Teachers Association to be held at Coburg Saturday November 5th 1910 Called to order at 900 Devotional exercises M R Gabbert Should we attempt to teach studies outside the common school course Rue Squires To be discussed by Julia Penick and Mont Biggs How can we introduce nature study in the common schools Miss Johnston k The best method of teaching History Miss Fannie Smythe Discussion Miss Huffaker and Miss Nell Tupman- NOON1200 TO 130 Why is the attendance of the common schools so small Mrs Walker Discussion Mary Smith and Essie Triplett How to get the parents interested Lena Todd Discussion Mrs Absher and Miss Stotts A parent stops a child from school The child is to blame What must be done Virginia Hunn Discussion Rose Hunn and Fon Hancock Fon Hancock Vice Pres Lash for Apaches The question of the best method to be used in the repression of the Apache evil in Parish continues to occupy the public mind Quite a warm controversy has been going as to whether the lash should be used on those guilty of highway robbery felonious assault or living on the wages of sin George Bernard Shaw the British playwright has written a letter to the French public in which he says If yon think your Apaches have lost the right to be treated humanely have the courage to kill them but dont dishonor the whole French na tion by the abominable spectacles which are the shame of English prisons It is wrong says Shaw to as sert that the whip is the only chastisements feared by the hooligans and that once theyve felt it they never recommence whipIproduces tensifies his hatred of society and contempt for the law and its defenders i Career Reads Like FictionJ The career of H C Osterman who was the genius of the graft scheme by which the Illinois Cen tral Railroad was robbed of 2 000000 is interesting Oster man related his life history in Chicago a few days ago while on the witIessstand Osterman began life as a news boyAt the tender geofsix years he was selling papers for a ivingAt the age of nine he quit selling papers to become asbellboy in a new York hotel He stayed with the hotel three years and then was by turns a cash boy a telegraphmessengerboy- and a clerk in a cigar store At fourteen he enlisted in the United States Navy and served three years Subsequently he picked oranges and lid odd jobs in California and worked for some time as a sailor on steamships which plied btwn San Franciicp iPanama At one timed IMS was t imapfetoii m Hoatan i 0 HH v i ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR f- w If so we can furnish anything you may + need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof = Iing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns tI i of every description Our stock of Siding L Ir Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould 4 ing is manufactured from Dry Lumber We can furnish any material needed in our line and keep the largest and best s assorted stock of Finishing Material of any firm in this section of the State Phone 44E 4SAJNTDTJSKY COMP ANYCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY t i i f and for a while he was a performer in a Wild West show He frequently worked as a day laborer and once was employed as a section hand on the great Northern Railroad In 1896 he got a job as brakeman on the Illinois Central He worked his way up to conductor and while thus engaged invented a grain car That gave him the car building idea and thus came about the repairing plant which was so fertile in graft Newspaper reports of the investigation in Chicago have told of Ostermans methods and how Illinois Central officials of high repute made sacrifices of their reputations and prospects inI order to secure some of the dis honest money which Osterman temptingly placed before them The scheme was exposed after Osterman and his associates had robbed the Railroad Company of some 2000000 of its earnings Strange Lightning Freak A farmer in LincolnshireEng who some time ago lost a hand and now wears a steel hook on his arm in its place was caught recently in a severe storm A terrific flash of lightning render ed him unconscious and on com ing to he felt severe pain in his maimed arm Looking down he saw that the hook had been straightened put and twisted his coat sleeve and the leather sheath which is fitted to the handless arm and to which the hook is fixed were torn to ribbons and the stump of the arm itself was severely injured He was other wise uninjured but the arm is now completed paralyzed For New Tins r Before you use new tinware a single time rub well inside and- o with fresh lard and put into the oven to heat When thor oughly heated take it out and put away You will find that it never rusts no matter how fre quently washed V Remember one litter of pigs worth two bales of cotton Yougrow two litters per year One acre of Bermuda or equally good pasture will feedr two litters One acre will only grow one bale ofcotton buttised for pasturage will lout the value Of four bale iii pigs New Jersey hai college graduate 100 years old Maybe he can tell us who originated that modern jest of tejng the col lege pBCiktetfii ICWP tt L the tqpi oor of he fi iY i j 1 wna Fifth Avenue Hotel r PIKE CAMPBELL MGR 1 K tn CRefurmshedrr modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu t1 lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale C isand Retail Districts Churches andwinIZ Theaters vi i FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE sic IFIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUTSTREETS 7f cm I Louisville Kentucky iI- Ew Immin n n non rmi nnC i p44 4 + + ++ e e Q r a- P rape j liUCsKfi- ScotaPxnY BLINDS Sash Doors Blinds j Mouldings Columns Porch Material j iStair Work Interior Finish Etc i 4 Largest sWholesale Sash andDoor House iinthe South te Send your orders to us for prompt shipment e andgood goods TI We appreciate them iE1 L 1C01t INCORPORATED 211215 E Street- LOUISVILLE KY DG HARDWICX Pres JIt COCKE Pres OIETZHANISe W T Pync Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1889 fJIlIIW IGflTSI ffiACtllf lSTSD- EALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 tttlKieeNTHMMN LOUIS1ZILL6 SMOKESTACKS Sheet iron and Tank Work JGlJBINCijWGRK SOLICITED Main t INCORPORATED MLIS AJJ Kinds of Machinery Repaired Irf LJO 0 OURPRICESONLIO RofingrEJ3UYJSee our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleats and Cap Roofing put pa like tin roof without any Hauls exposed and is beU rthananytinrd withoutany nark exposed arid is better than any tin roof It will lastji lifei O rima wkhout pax tirig We cary pro stock V CrnnPorrugted Iron Roon g Gravel Rubber and all kinds of Paper Roofing Dehler BrnQ iuwi 3q J rDLnr f Lt1 i v1 I l l t THEJIACAIR COUNTY NEWSJ7 L WhysnJferi womenwhoSuaged go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of Cardui On the wrapper are full directions for use During the last half century Gardui has been remedyforcontains no harmful ingredients and can be depend ed on in almost any case i IakeCARDUI 334 It Will Help You ShewritesBefore I began taking Cardui I couldnot doB days work I yourmedicineAT ALL DRUG STORES Pyrus Wheat sowing is the order of the day In our community- Mr Dalton Kemp of Illinois arrived at the bedside of his sister Mrs Fines Phin last Sun dayOn October 10 1910 the silent angel of Death visited the home fourlovedone Mrs Etter Phin unseen and unheard by all save she to whom the message was fi sent when the angel said the master is come and calleth for thee she arose up hastely and went out but left this comfort ing message for us I know in whom I have believed and am persuaded that he is able to keep that which Ihave commited unto 1 him against that day it is writ ten eyes hath not seen nor ears rheard neither have entered into r of man the things fortthem that love him We missI re than words can express the presence of our dear one iJmo bow in humble submission to loving father Thy will be done and with deepest sYm- pathy we would turn to the be reaved family dear sorrowing r ones look up she has gone to i abide in that beautifulmansion prepared for her not made with t hands and God himself shall be 1with her and there shall be no more death neither sorrow nor crying for God shall wipe all tears away Then we shall be able to say there is no death an angel form walks over the earth with silent tread he bears our loved ones away and then we call them dead t Gridiey UL S 1itorNews v XdairItterest to some of the readers will write a little iTcame with my r Chenoa Ill about a year agoI we lived in Chenoa until about ARRJrhas a population of 1600 and two 11 banks four dry goods stores i cthree hardware stores three restaurants and five saloons and that doesnt add anything good 0totberown It had been dry J 1or two years until last Spring brought back the saloons T We now live on a farm about 6miles from yThis is a iiicecountry for farming and it iii a good place for everybody vtfcat wanljplenty if wdrlci Kit i rS P- v no place for a loafer I njoy reading the News especially the letters from Russell Springs Fonthill Montpelier and Irvins StoreEnclo e find ak check for 100 for which continue the paper As this is my first letter will ring off Mattie Gadberry nee Mattie Stapp Ruby An infant of Mr and Mrs S E Estes who has been very sick is better at this writing Odis the little son of Mr J W Harvey has been on the sick list Mrs J E Bragg of Cave City is visiting her brother R G WilsonMr of East Fork visited R G Wilson one night of last week Among those who attended the singing at Breeding last Sunday were Mr Arthur Royse and family Mr W J Bean and daughters Maymie and Bulah Mr X W Scott and da ughter Mina and Annie Harvey all reported a nice time The singing was conducted by Prof Turner and Dudley Lon street o We have been out for some time but if you will allow us a little space in your clean colums we will give you the news of our placeWe are having some fine weather at this writingr The health of this vicinity is farely good Mr S B Wade and wife who have been very feeble for the last few months is some better at this time The corn yield per acre in this neighborhood is much better than that of last Year Most all our farmers are done sowing wheat Rev J S Wade of this place has grown the largest tomato vine we ever heard of in these parts In circumference 48 feet length 166 The amount of fruit gathered there from cannot be estimated as no strict account has been kept Hurrah for Longstreet soil W N Tarter of this place has a piece of corn which will yield him something near seven bar rels per acre s Mr Frank Bernard iiid family of Humbler have movedinto our neighborhood We eIccMt Be rnard and fami1 Ytiysa TI 1tJ I t Mr WvW Owens and family forItheProf JC Bradley and tamilY was with us one day last week Business is on a boom in this vicinity all kinds of stock in high trade is lively Thereis a constant chuck of loaded wagons carrying off staves and lumber to market This makes us think of the by gone days when staves were of more value than money Forced to Leave Home Every year a large number of poor Suf ferers who lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate But this is costly and not al ways sure Theres a better way Let Dr Kings New Discovery cure you athome It cured me of lung trouble writes W R Nelsonof Calamine Ark when all else failed and 1 gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of allcough and lung cures Thousands owe their lives and health to it Its Dostively guaranteed for Coughs Colds Lagrippe Asthma Croupall Throat and Lung troubles 50c and 100 Trial bottle free at Paull Drug Co Library in Every Cdnnty Seat Frankfort KyWith their adoptedslogan A Good Library KenIICommission after a meeting here will soon start on a Statewide campaign to perfect important measures look ing toward the establishment of libraries in easy access to every Itentmembers with the new secretary Miss Fanne C Rawson and the acting secretary Miss Julia Robinson were present Communications will be sent to every library in the State to secure information about their condition in order that a close relation may be formed betweenI the different libraries commission Any assistance the commission can give to these institutions will be readily afford edand every movement for the establishment of new librariest will be supported by mission Get this fact in your mind and ponder over it IF you buy one brood sow and have only ordinary luck and use good judgment you can raise over 1200 head in three years from that one sow and its olffspring Go ing some isnt it When fattening for market do it quickly push all the feed down forImakes money When the hogs fail to gainat least a pound a day its time to say goodbye to them A London newspaper announc es that Swifts idea of wit was all wrong Next thing London will probably inform us that Shakespeare didnt know anything about writing plays Notice An order haying been entered at the regular August 1910 term of the Adair County court directing that a poll be opened and an election be held in Roley voting precinct No Jof Adair county on the second Tuesday in NoY 1910 sub matting to the voters of said precinct the question as to whether or notcat tie oaI1Y gpecies thereof shall be permitted to run at large in said precinct Therefore X will on Tuesday Nov 81910- causes poll to be opened and an election heldd at the regular voting places in did precinct submitting to the voters the queetioBae to whether or not cattle pr aaripaeieSrthereof shall be permitbed to run at iwrgei A D Patter off oA irCo- j4 i ft t y tJ Program Of the Fifth Sunday meeting of second North Concord Associ ation to be held with the Clear t Ford church on the fifth Saturday in Dec 1910 and Sunday followingDevotional exercises 10 a m What is the best meansof convicting men ofsinM F Grime and W F J Wilson Let brotherly love continueJ M Williams E G Wilson Church pastorsTheir beginning nccharacter of their preaching CL Bradley J S Wade SUNDAY De votionalexercises Bible santification and modern sanctification compared A L BakerDestitution and needs of our W s ociatiFnJ S Wade Aaron Bible plan of giving to God and its value to the church W F J Wilson J K Grider W FJ Wilson W ABreeding E J Walters I Committee A Cops tNot Grafters In proof that police in Cincin nati 0 are honest men Cheif Milikin exhibited a package of cigars which he declared In spector James Casey gave him three years ago Casey the chief said told him personally that the cigars had been left at his house by a saloonkeeper end that for that reason he had re fused to accept them Despite this show of honesty the Grand jury has found art indictment graftIof Cincinnati may be probed James Mulligan a saloonkeeper is author of the charges against Casey He declared that InspectorI ing that his saloon would be allowed to remain open after midnight According to Mulligan the money was given through a friend and the payments were continuous but the friend has disappearedand Mulligan is with out evidence to show that Casey actually received the cash Inspector Casey denies the charges and declars they are the outgrowth of recent raids t Great Presence of Mind visitedIaltar boys march up the aisle one of them swinging the in cense pot while the others chanted in low voices thought that this would be a pretty good idea to introduce in his church On his return to the South he littleIconlgrerow of little fellows marching up the aisle chanting away of course they noticed nothing wrong but the preacher noticed that the little fellow who was supposed to carry the incense pot did not have it so he leaned over the pulpit and chanted in the same tune M What have You done with the incense pot1 and 11leftlion We are likely to think that kinship to the heavenly rtherl must be etallkid by re- to ourslYs li+ J r f r jl 1 i 1I i WEEKLY I COURIER JOURNflL J HENRY WATTERSON Editor I Is a National Newspaper Democratic in x politics It prints all the news without i I t fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL ANETHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i BOTH ONE YEAR I i 15O i orI i if thisvvm pttpernot to the Courier Journalr IDaily CourierJournal 9 Yr S600 I Sunday CourierJournal Yr S2 08 can give you a combination cut IWe Daily or Sunday if you will write v a erI vv I fro ooooor eOr yrroeoooe ooseooe oo rooorreeoe l Woodson Lewis GreensburgeeeeKentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker 1 Birdsell I nilburn WagonsyA car load o- fOliver Chilled Plows t A earjlpad of Disc Harrows f i j A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters and11 One= Horse Corn Drills Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies andother Vehicles ever shovn in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade it LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station I on the Lv Ni R R I i r WOO d s o n LewistheMerchant Greensburg Ky Mail orderspromplyattended to 1 The Adaif county News and CourierJournal 1t tY f t5A 1fj 1a w1 Y r v 1i tui i J If v 7 i A THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f crr Bakerton t 4 VMri Dalton frMbany with ttheMcGuliy Hat Co Knoxville Tenn was here today shaking hand with our merchants Mesdames H C Parrish T M Glidewell and S T Irvin visited Mrs Rubin Hicks last Tuesday They reported fine time There was a large crowd went from this place to Watervie last Sunday io hear the Revs Roberts preach Mr G M Dillon and Mrs Lea Smiths Iiced horse and buggy and went over to Water view to meeting last Sunday On last Wednesday night the r colored folks closed a 19 days meeting at Liberty church Clay Lick Bottom They had 11 pro fessions 9 baptised The preach er Rev T M Duff gave them some interesting sermons The prayer meeting at Holly Grove is being very well attended which meets every Thursday I night May the goodwork go on until everybody becomes a member of it G D Parrish has been haul Yjng cedar for the Gulf people ic The people of Lawson Vale are trying to blast out a way to i the new bridge at the mouth of Grocus creek It will be a very tough job to get to it fMr Moses Netherjton has bought out Mr A C Gass in this bottom and will move here soon Mr Gass hasnt bought think4eknOws Miss Lida B Glide well went to Biirkesville to bring her sister Miss Hattie home from where she has been teaching Simon Ferguson has the finest tobacco crop of anYone near here It cured up nice and ought to bring the top price Uncle Simon knows how to make it Rev Goodman reachedat Howards Bottom church last Sunday There were IG joined the church 3 baptized ThatT made 25 they got from the Naza= rene meetirg r It has been dry longer than for aJongtime We have had plenty of rain all summer and there has been water enough in the river for steamboats nearly all the time The river is lower now than it has been before this fall The Str Rowena went put in August and will not be Lfcack until fall tides sets in She r will have a lot of repairing done They will have a model bow made which will anable her to run r Master I think it will make her the fastest one on the river v Ida Daniels went to Lebanon Ito work in the new Hardest Hotel Guess she will stay all W l telf t i Stoke Smith is OI the sick list at this time Rowes Cross Roads George Dickson died October lOth after being sick for years Consumption was his sickness f7 His wife is not expected to liv jg nut afew days Dropsy is her S trouble I Born to the wife 9r Lennis cr Blakey a girl October 14 Mother j t nd baby doing well r Cv Luther McKinley and familyt iyc gone to Oklahoma t Mack Clem has rented the Elt- i1t tt hy Moore farm tFJ t f q t tt Vdy l it ii 7z iJiTi c Ben SelbY condition don get any tbetterl t Miss Susie Aaron a 15 year old girl is getting mighty far back with lung trouble John Turner and John Lazen by are both building new barns This country is on the look up It is thought that little Joly Kerns is getting better at this date WMrs Susie Hadley is putting the finishing touch on her veran da this week Miss Lena lcElro has got her a new organ We will have music now Richard Hadley was born Nt24 1840 went into Company G 3rd Kentucky Inft August 12 1861 was mustered out in 1865 He was married to Polly Ann Coffey 43 years the day he was buried October 18 1910 He had been a member of the Methodist 1betil death called him home He was a great sufferer for many years He had been closely con fined to his bed for the last five months His family his doctor and his neighbors did all that they could to release his suffer ings but alPto no avail The time had come for him to go and he went He leaves behind him a dear old and much afflicted wife two sons two daughters on brother three half brothers and two sisters and many friends to mourn but not as those who have no hope Bro Williams preached his funeral in his home church after which his body was laid to rest in the Russell Springs grave yard in the presence ofIlarge crowd Another good man has gone from us We will miss him Weep not friends look to Jesus I thankall for their kinknoss to my brother and his family in his late sickness and death 1 gTH Jabez The health of this part is very good only aunt Debby Polston is very low with stomach trouble and is not expected to live many days J We are having some nice pota to digging weather and every body is taking advantage of same Miss Bertha Hatfield who is teaching school at Lorenz Pu laski county spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at this placeThe entertainment at Chris tains Home Friday night was a success and a large crowd pres enttMrJ D Lowe the shoe man was here last week taking orders for Mnrray Dibrell Shoe Co A D Duiibar and wife of this place and H Dunbar and wif- eofE1iare in Louisville this week purchasing their winter supply of hoods Mr IT Debprd with Curry Snider Brown wholesale gro FridaeY calling on our merchants Dr Hughes of Lorenz and Jas T Wooldridge of this place have just jeturned from Danville and Stanford where they have bee for seyerai days looking Over th farming part of that country Mr Nealad O man Nil here last week tooarm hanth Act It f j 9Lr3F ar t j f A Six Months Guaranty With Everv Pair 1FOR DressBusiness IYouSold by Us Only No other dealer in town can make you such an offer because there are no other shoes on earth- like Six Months Shoes And we are the only dealers allowed to sell these shoes in this town I direct to dealers byletter Thats why they enoughithey save on selling expense go into better materials that others cant afford hidesThe beIore ITl1ewonIdcrful Best Styles for Every Purpose madeTheyrework and youll find the very best styles of each to choose from i9fat4 t ft A Aieaifanfv If either the soles or uppers wear out within four months ofchargecash If either the soles or uppers wear out during the sixth month we aJTPe to refund 5100 In cash proportionYou cant lose on such an offer so dont delay Call now whilo our stock is complete COFFEY PATTESON e 15 and Mrs Nancy Whittle about the same age were married Sun day Rugby Most all our farmers are upj sowingewheat and that is the order ofj the day and they are having a beautiful fall for their work Born to the wife of Matthew Akin on the 13 a girl Mr and Mrs Wolford Page were visiting Mrs Pages parents at Basil Saturday and Sunday Mrs Stella Page has been on the sick list Mr Finis Strange andwife Mr Frank Coomer Mr Henry Gaston and Miss Anna Shive all started from this place Sunday morning en route for Louisville where they will spent the week Mrs Della Shive was visiting at Mr Matthew Akins one day last weekJMr Arthur Rupe and family started for Ill Sunday morning- to visit Mrs Rupe parentsIi Miss Minnie was m Columbia one day last week having some dental work d onej A great shock to our neighbor hood one day last week was the remarriage of Dock Rupe and wife as they seperated sometime back on the account of Mr Rupe finding another man in the bed with his wife and he took her to Columbia and left her there and got devorce virom her a few weeks ago and now has married her again We hadnt the least idea that Rupe would ofstooped that low i Mt PIcasanU t R H Montgomery very sick with fever Miss Ethel Bridgwaterof Leb anon is spending a week in this neighborhood ir W B Taylor is now ia ameet ing at Mt Pleasant Come and good preaching S ct 6od and son have sold x- nSaW mill to Mr Jiyres I v eion 1000s91d p of cattle to L W Bsnnett t4 QtJa in jlerSullivan has moved to- L I tJi fit vfd jJryl1 Y tr Ntx 4 7j t o i tK r iItftiJ G ar I IDjyjHealthvery good at this writing il We are having fine weather now and everybody seems to be making good use of the time jiTheover now Miss Huffaker has rey sumed her work in the schoolroom have any again diseaseIto the dreaded Mr C S IS g an addition to his dwelling Mr and Mrs W F spent last Saturday with Mr an Mrs J L Cooper CraYICraftfather uncle Tom Conover one day last week He has confined with paralysis for past several months but seems to be getting along very nicely at this writing t Mr X S4 Walkup Sought aI and mule colt from Mr Jj S 1Profa class in vocal music at Disappointment School House Misses Nellie and Grade Huf faker Mabel Sallee Eva and An nie Redman spent Sunday with Misses Kate andFrona Cooper Mesdames Sam and Bob Royse andold Mrs Royse spent one evening last week with Mrs Cooper Mr and Mr A T Wilson have returned from a visit to Oklahoma They report a very- pleasant trip and were well pleased with that country Mr John Rule and his son Edgar went to Casey county last week prospecting for farming land MrGG WGresham of Loring New Mexico who has been visiting his wife= and children forthe past several weeks- has returned home t Ii FOXES WANTED Giftriand R Foxes 1800 to i85 Squirrels A M to 100 oona lZ 75to 196 t na rass sdRB ofyour exp eg8bMc In first letter or W T HODGBN BQx 2 7aS8pbellipllle K 1wlt iri a arpr teofth b n I ill ties oa t S rf ii o rSda li h r V 7E know we have the best lines of Shoes for Styles and vv Service ever shown in Columbia We buy our Shoes direct from the Shops that make them We have them made as we want them made They are absolutely correct in Style Matt rial and Workmanship l 7OUR Sales are Large Why Because the Public under they get more Comfort and Wear out of our Shoes Men Ladies Boys and Girls can be fitted outf pur Slock Ask to see the new Randco Soft Shoes for Ladies f il v Russell COJ 6 il fj 1 ii 1 Wheat Drills fj f QB We havey both the Empire an d Superi = Ior in Six or Eight Disc or Hoe ready for you to hitch to on short notice flr fertilizerS I IThat contain the most PLANT food forIthe least money is what every farmer descriptiondcan grade y suit f StoreetI iFERTILIZER If you want to grow Wheat Grass v 4 V or Oats the best brands are j TUB GROVES See it and get what is suited t jt land Sold by l t CurYOUNQl Place of business back of Russell 8 G Store ivw11L j 7 1 AttentionWet tCfi 1 1 StkMillV 1 Windows Doors Roofing Colonial Columns j DV s In fact we canfurnish any part orrah the p h It Woodany grade deed that is needed fax r 1 Butidioc or Repair work It will be to y oursY r iMerest to inspect our Stock jmd Prices j Is A J r H 1 r1 r rT Sandusky b feDj I i C lumb k K1r lt1lr f rI A t Jx c1S l1S f n t