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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f i J j I f df i t i F Yrt F t irirlj11t 1LonntDj Nt11jA 1f LI VOLUMFXH COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBLR 2 1910 NUMBER 52 t JOHNSTONSQUIRES Mr I E Johnston and Miss Edith Squires Married at Greens burg Sunday Afternoon LEAVE IMMEDIATELY FOR LEXINGTON Mr J E Johnston wellknown in Columbiiand Miss Edith Squires daughter of Mr and Mrs Porter Squires were married at the Green River Hotel Greensburg last Sunday afternoon The ceremony was beautifully pronounced by Rev W H C Sandidge in the presence of a few rela tives and special friends immediately after the ceremony the couple left for Lexington where they will visit a week Mr Johnson is in the tobacco business and for several months made Columbia this headquarters He is a good business man and is popular with his many friends The bride is one of Green countys jnost popular young women and she and the groom were the recipients of many presents The News extends4ts best wishes to this very deserving cou pie Rally Day Postponed j Owing to the revival services in pro gress atthe Hebron church the Rally Day exercises that were to be conducted at the Union Presbyterian church on next Sabbath will be postponed until the third Sabbath of tbe present month There will be no services of any kind except the Sunday school next Sabbath the pastor will preach at the morning hour at the Columbia Presbyterian church Sewing Club J f Miss Mary Cartwright delightfully entertained the sewing club Thurs day afternoon at her home on College St During the afternoon a salad t course was served which was very much enjoyed The invited were Misses a Ruth Summers Elizabeth Rowe Alice Walker Mabel Jasper Madge Rosen Seld Edna Lewis Jennye McFarland Erances Jones Lura Smith and Mabel Atkins Was the Father of23 Children Mr James Atchley who livednear Sano this county died last Saturday morning He was nearly seventy eight years old and was the father of twentythree children twelve of whom are living The deceased first and on ly wife ho was the mother of all his thildren died two years ago Mr Atchley was born and reared in Seveir county Tenn and came to Kentucky during the war and located in Taylor county near Campbellsville Seven years ago he became a citizen of Adair county He was a fine old gentleman and a devoted member of the Presby terian Church He was buried at Beth lehem church yard late Saturday after noon after servicesI The revival services at Mt Carmel onducted by Rev J R Carwford assisted by Miss Elizabeth Holladay as singer are being splendidly attended and the interest good There have been a number of conversions and re newals and the meeting gives promise of best results for the community The services wIlt close today Wednesday Phantoms were out in great numbers last Monday night Nearly all the young ladies in town dressed in ghost like appearance paraded the principal streets chanting as they went They v manyhomesamusement They finally landed at the Columbia Hotel and enjoyed a very delightful lunch delightful time at the Lindsey Wil aon Monday night The dining room hall and other parts of the building teachrpart in a few hours of merriment One who peeped in on the happy throng says the building never looked hand somer nor faces more brighter I Jo Zach Hays of color charged with way layinj and killing TheadbreBurresa also colored at Jamesfc wn was given a trial last week the jury failing to agraestyen were for acquittal and fiVftfor manslaughter J Aainfnt child of Mr and Yrs H C Wolf oed dIe last Friday pight Mrs VWblfordrwms visiting her sister in La rue county when theichild was strlcVr en wi t1idfjLtbel18 MrJ Wpftord Jmtx Miotifitd of the jllnsaof tEe cICfI iar a Jr 11t1i ft th dLt i Lt5iitI l feirmkd Ub wIu4I pereeta- 3 jr 1t ffiYJ iS f IJJ JL f 1Irt 1 tf Parents Day at Graded School On Friday October 28 the children of the rooms of Misti King Miss Drake and Mr Farris held their literary exercises Each room was well attended there being in all over seventy visitors The rooms were well decorated and everything so arranged as to make the parents happy throughout their stay Each pupil preformed his part well and showed he had had the very best of training Many specimens of the child rens daily work were oh exhibit No one could help being pleased when see ing these Owing to the increase in the enroll ment and attendance over last year the school board has employed an addi tional teacher Two months of the school are gone and the enrollment has already exceeded the entire enrollment of last year by ten This year vocal music is being given in all the grades above the fourth by Mr Farris and Mrs Sanders Begin ning with the thirdmonthdrawing will be taught in all the grades above the firstoJThe high school department last year ha dan enrollment of five This year it has eighteen Miss Hinaman has just received the certificate from the State Superintendent approving the course of study of the high school and making this a high school of the second class The school board has furnished the Singleldesksfeet vide has just been completed leading from the fjront gate to the house Other improvements have been madeIwhich ae not mentioned here thing looks bright for the continuance of the splendid years work which has been begun t We desire to furnish our subscribers with the election returns next Tuesday night and in orderto do that promptly we will have to withhold the publica tion of The News until Wednesday morning Do hot forget The paper will not come out until Wednesday morning Promotion Frank Forth has been employed hereby the Southern railway as ticket agent at the Terminal station and during his twp years service in this position has won for himself a host of friends who congratulate him on his deserved and merited promotion Prior to coming to this city Mr Forth was employed by the Queen and Cres cent railway and all who know him are confident that his ability will shortly gain him renewed recognition for his services Somerset Dispatch Public Sale On Saturday the 5th day of Noyenv ber I will sell the following property at my residence near Montpelier to the ighestbidder One mare and colt One 3year old mare mule Two 6year old mare mules One mare 3 years old One 2year old horse colt cattleFarmingOne farm wagon ifi Two buggies and a runabout r Several head of sheep f f Six head ot hogs t A lot of bailed hay Household and kitchen furniture Sale will begin at 9 oclock a m Terms made known on day otsale 512t G M Stevenson The following were elected officers of The Epworth League at the Methodist church last Sunday night E G Hulse President J W Nelson 1st Vice President Devotional Miss Nettie Clark 2nd Vice President charity and helpl1rs B M Currie 3rd Vice President literary and social Miss Ina Hulse 4th Vice President mis sions Wm Campbell Secretary and Treas li W Napier Agent of the Ep worth Ef A special sermon will be preached to the young people Sunday night following which the above of ficers will be installed Public cordial 1y i1iV1tRI A number of farmers have had on ex hibition specimens of corn grown this year The finest ears we have noticed were exhibited by Mr R 11 Price but the entire crop of the county is far above the average One farmer so we understand has offered to deliver Corn here at 275 per barrel Mr John Q Alexander wholost two good horses in the fireae Burksviile 1as theTheayiwtt erllrfBkr the proprietor had36W iMittanceJcHa hw stable and stock x I Kh yHelTif9Ea Jrljr7 M Msn RtFf1ull and Ai ftMcf attend tacra MOT J11 tMitf this yIea 1 tiJ t 11 1 1tlJ r f t r t 1 AN OGTOBEIHtfEDDlNG Dr Charles M Murrell and Miss Ciara L Randemacher Plight- Their Vows WILL RESIDE AT ELIDA NEW MEXICO IThefolloing account of the marriage resident of Columbia is taken from the Savanna Illinois Daily Journal date October 26 The home 06 Mr and Mrs John S Kinder on Third street was the scene of a very pretty wedding this afternoon whenthe impressive marriage rite was solemnized which united Dr Charles Milton Mirrell of Elida New Mexico and Miss Clara Loraine Randemacher of Clinton Iowa sister of Mrs Kinder The parlor where the ceremony took place was very beautifully decorated The southwest corner was banked with palms and ferns forming a pretty back ground Overhead was a large white wedding bell trimmed with pink roses he color schema being pink white and green The electric lights were twined among the flowers and smilax making a very pretty effect when the current was on Promptly at one oclock Mrs Margar et Lichtenberger pianisff and Mr Walt C r Dumphey violinist played Medehlssobns wedding march which was the signal for the approach of the bridal couple The groom met the bride at the foot of the stairway and were led to the floral bower by Rev W 0 Butler of St Pauls church who spoke the words which united themas husband and wife the impressive ring service of the church being used The bride was attired in a beautiful gown of white satin made in a very be coming style She carried a shower boquet of brides roses and lillies of the valley The only ornament worn was a god pin worn by the grooms mother at the time of her marriage and was a gift from her father Following the congratulations an elaborate wedding dinner was served to some thirty relatives and immediate friends The guests were served by Misses Jessie Cottyal and Freda Haines who were becoming ly attired in white H A Locey was caterer The dining room was decorated in yellow and white crysanthemums and smilax Streamers of ribbon were suspended from the chandeliers to the four corners of the table The bride is a lady of very fine ap pearance and personal beauty She was born and educated in Lyons Iaand is a lady of refinement For some time she was connected with Walsh Bros in Clinton la but for the past six months has been in their Chicago office Moifadnock Block Dr Murrell is a native of the bluegrass State of Kentucky buthas been in New Mexico for some time where he has built up a lucrative ticeinhis adopted State evenJingtheir future home and carry with them the best wishes of a host of friends The out oftown guests were C Nagel and daug erPaulineofi Hanabel M- oHonThos Murrell of Columbia Ky Mr and Mrs Frank Cihlar of Chica MrandMrs David Munz Miss Emma Munz Mr and Mrs D C Rande raacher Lyons la Mjss Clara Walsh and Miss Jennette LePrevost of Clinton la Mr and Mrs Jack thigh Misses Lila and May Garner and Miss Grossing Schwab of Fulton MoIAt a meeting of the Directory and a number of stockholders of the defunct Cane Vaneyaheld last Monday Judge W W Jones of this place was unanimously selected to wind up the affairs of the concern The books notes and papers have been plaedjn ourlJudgmentnot have been selected The ball game played on T S campus Saturday aft theLWI teen Gadberry and L W T in favor ofGadberry the score stood 7 to20 Batteries for G dberry Hadley ind J Lewiqr tipdiey Campbell HV Lewis and RosenfieldldHadley pitch ed balls that Telie couJdht find YIDUrocullbetOO w CWnHoy- SeretatofState 1 Bruner bMedifor a receiver of the Cine Valley n1c1 this county 4V TBejattentiott p rsasstas eI4 d- botaaf R i I JJ mpat IC4yaE ee- t 3 tt i l f 0 Arrested as Accessory Alvin Lee charged with beintr impli cated in the assassination of D C Moles in Clinton county last month has been arrested and lodged in jail at Albany Sam Lee a brother of Alvin is also in jail charged with the assassi nation Alvin Lee was charged with violating the revenue laws and Moles testifyagainstknown that Sam Lee remarked that Moles would never testify against his brother Iotice to Tax Payers All taxes that are unpaid on Dec 1st are subject ti the penalty and cost as fixed by law Persons wishing to save this extra cost should settle before the above named date as I am compelled to close up forthe year 1910 and will and after said date proceed to force a col lection on all out standing taxes You have now had more than five months notice and it will be useless to complain if you let this time pass This means every taxpayer in the county that has not paid for the present year A D Patteson S A C Acquitted Wp Pierce charged with being im plicated in the killing of Taylor Suther land which occurred at Denmark This sell county one year ago was tried and acqi itted at Jamestown last week The jur was composed of citizens of Wayne county Messrs Rollin Hurt andJames Garnett of the Columbia bar defended Pierce Th State was represented by the Commonwealths Attorney A A Huddleston and the county Attorney J N Meadows Lil burn Phelps 0 B Bertram of the local bar and Henry Aaron of Indian apolis Auction of building lots at Russell Springs Satur = day Nov 5th 1910 Come and bid C L Winfrey L 0 Phelps RevH Howerton pastor of the Baptist Church preached his first ser mon on his pastorial work last Sunday forenoon A large congregation greeted him and his discourse was very en tertaining At the evening services another large gathering was before him In his forenoon sermon he stated that he was here to do good to build up the Church and asked the cooperation of all the members which he will doubtless have Mr Howerton has a genial sociable disposition is a scholar ly gentleman and we predict that he will havea very successfulyear at Co lumbia His regular Sundays here will be the first and third in each month He will not fill his pulpit next Sunday as he will be conducting a meeting in Union co ntyIFor Sale My house and eleven acres of land outside the town limits Infthe Graded School district Good well and plenty of outbuildings J W Jackman 523t withmakingland Federal Court at Louisville Last week he was indicted for perjury and his case set for the March term Sheriff AD Patteson Geo H Nell Clayton Bell and a man named Keltner were witnesses before the grand jury Ed Wheeler wholiyes in the Sparks yule country was in Columbia early Saturday morning He repoiethatw- hen he left home snow was shoe mouth deep at his place and that tree limbs were bending with the 4tfeauti II ful Hon M Rey Yarberry will address the voters Qf Adair County at the cOurthouse Monday Nov 7 atf 1 HonCalebIIPowers sL There will be an entertainment at Pleasant Grove School house next Sat uday night Nov 5th Admission ten cents The proceeds will be used fQr school purposes As areault of the meeting conducted by Eld WBTavloratMtP1untv- ent ft joined the Christian church and were baptised lastsSatdrday after IlEvery maawbOfavoe the candidacy of Hon JJlzy Bertram fpc CToe reea fcmld be tth polls jwxt Twietay iAn 11da 1Ir3JM thu 1lWir e- kk 1t Jt1 Ii iii Over One Hundred Years in the I Family The boundary of land on Big Creek known as the Alexander Hindman farm now occupied by Charley Hindman is perhaps the only tract of land that has been in the same family since it was enteredmore than one hundred years ago It was entered at Greensburg when Adair county belonged to Green by Gov J R Hindmans great grandfather who died on the place leaving the land to his children who occupied it until the Governors grandfather died It then became the property of Alexander Hindman lather of Gov Hindman who reared his children there his son Charley now owning it It has at no time been out of the Hindman family While it is an old farm ic is a good one located on Big Creek the freshets every year enriching the land Halloween Party The Halloween pnund party givenat the home of Miss Mary Hulse last Sat urday evening was very muchenjoyed by the young people Those present wereOscar McBeath Madge Rosenfield Herbert Smith Jimmie Curd Joe M Rosenfield Golda English John Harris Flora McBeath Clay Smith Susan Miller James Holladay Loretta Dun bar Earnet Harris Lena Oatts Alvin Lyon Ruth Paull Joe Harris Mary Myers Ottis McBeath Dora Eubank Bryan English Cary Rosenfield Leon Lewis Regina Russell Edgar Harris Francis Sanders George Hunn Mary Breeding Mr Farris Bess Hunn Les lie Chapman Rose Hunn Paul Hughes Zella Pelley Tom Patteson Mallie Moss Dewey Stapp Mary Feese Lucian Hunn Kate Jones 1Tobacco Sold High c A dispatch from Lexington dated the 26th ult says The record price for the 1910 burley tobacco crop was reach ed here to day when 20 per 100 pounds was paid for a portion of the crop of Dr S H Halley of Fayette county His entire crop of 5300 pounds brought an average of 15 75 oer hundred which is the best price for burley on any market About 125000 pounds were on the breaks today Pjrices ranged from 4 5J to 20 the bulk beingdisposed of at from 8 to 10 More About the Campbellsville Fire Bob Parrott the wellknown team- Ster between Columbia and Campbells yule lost four head of stock in the fire at the latter place Monday night of last Week Geo Cundiff who lives at Cane Valley and who also runs a team lost three head Geo E Rogers of tHis county lost a horse Charley Bar bee of this place was in Campbells ville with his team and applied at the barn for accommodations for his horses but the stalls were all filled If he had stopped for the night his team also would have been burned The daily pa pers reported the loss of the Buchanan Lyon Company at 3600 For Sale or Rent rIhaveh comfortable cottage con taming six rooms all in good condition located on Frazer Avenue for sale or rent There are good outbuildings t Dr Jas Triplett Mr Horace Hamilton who has been a very efficient salesman in Mr Jo Russell store tendered his resigna tion last week and accepted a pbsition with The Columbia Telephone Company and also to clerk for Reed Miller at withInge wasIemployer Mr i M Russell has succeeded Mr Hamilton fat the Russell store and there isnota doubt but he will make a faithful assistan t The postmasterat Somerset received a notice from the PostMaster General stating that not only deputy postmas ters in the offices of second class had been put under civil service but the clerks also According to this only a postmaster can beiremoyed at the ex piration of his term of office C C Stephens ibid his farm last 1clr to Z ck Bardinfor 6500 This 11 500 he has received for two farms in the last few weeks Thislaat farm is known as the JoPlowerafarm located on Butlers fork Possession rwill be given Mr Bardin the first of JaHUry U 48 HurtrbM sold tkf eOIl IIat he rsntlypurcbud Yr O Giidcso r1 Iurtwj4 iBO OCOUP ff 1I1e pa dftth- Fpft f 1 bot kayr i vat y CreedWi I ll Ifilf3i i I J iL Like Rev Kasey The Methodist congregation is delight ed with the appointment here of Dr Arthur Kasey as pastor of the local church When Dr Means announced that he would ask for a change of station so that his successor might have an unin terrupted four years in which to take up the work of building the proposed new church the memoership began to cast about for a suitable man for the place and finally decided on Mr Kasey On Wednesday night ot last week the majority of the official board went to Russellville and appeared before Bishop Kilgo and asked that if in the wisdom and discretion of the bishop and his cabinet it were possible it was hoped that Mr Kasey would be sent here That the bishop granted the requests a source of general gratification Mr Kasey is a young man not yet having reached the age of forty and is one of the prominent ministers of the conference and has been universally successful wherever stationedHop kinsville New Era x Hogs Weighing 170 pounds for sale r Address J T Jones Montpelier Halloween Monday night last Slight snow fell here last Friday Next Monday will be county court Election next day Born to the wife of Coy E Dudgeon October 26 1910 a daughter Thursday night will be the regular meeting of the Lodge of OddFellows Ladies Cemetery Committee will meet at Hancock Hotel Saturday after noon at 3 oclock VY l a JIJrJUUt JrJUUtJtJUt Mr J3 H Gilpin was here a few days ago MrE B Barger isspending a few days in Louisville w V i Mrs W H Edsall of Louisville is visiting relatives here Mr John Q Alexander Camp bells ville was here a few days ago Mrs W T Ottley and little ion are visiting relatives in Burkesville Master Eudaila Currie who has ty phoid fever has not been so well for a day or two Mr James C Feese visited his grandidaughter Miss Ruby Jones at Pelly ton last week Mr J B Drye BradfordsviVe trav eling salesman has been in Columbia since Saturday Mrs Sam Shreve left for Louisville where her husband is employed last Saturday morning Mrs G B Hendrickson Campbejls ville visited relatives in Columbia last Saturday and Sunday Mr T F Collins and wife visited near Montpelier last Friday and Satur day returning home Sunday i Mr S H Newbold of Louisville who owns several tracts of land in Adair county was here last week on a4 business trip j Mrs Amanda Wallace and Mrs W T H Jones and her little son Wallace Coburg were shopping in Columbia Saturday Mrs Wm Dulworth of the Mt Car melneighborhood and Miss Lena Dul worth of Camp Knox and Mrs Maf r lissa Christie called at the News office last Saturday v Mr 3 S East of Glasgow Junction and two children visited relatives in this county last week Mr East is a native of Adair but he has been absent f about thirty years occasionally return ing on a visit Mr S H Kash wile and little tdaughter of Corbin Ky are visiting Mr Kash brotherinlaw Mr A D Patteson DUlnghis stay here he will makeyeralseches in the county in theinterestQf the Republican party Mr W R Myers and family left Monday for Tulsa Oklahoma where tlthey will spend the winter Mr Myeraac has bought a fine body of timber in that locality and he goes to start a sawmill y for the benefit of his ton Fred wbdis 54 locatedn Tulsa The family will re4iturn mtte Spring p Lkerrt vJde in that etty a brothers 1McsiL tB LoJtimd 4es Ofr lV They J lit ae hesltI t sli They rest e gooderosiftUuieiii tj JEls1 it 6r A It t Ifr j t t Jr Lr1 i J 1 r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 4 2 c p 4ft fj rc A Letter From NorMakota f q Editor News J It has been one year since I r chatted with my friends through the columns of this friendly paper and so I am knocking again for a reintroduction 1 feel that I could not greet you better than to have Mr John v Wolford and wife sing No 1 in v Windows of Heaven No 3 for meandmake it my sentiment Really Im thinking today of you alU I said one year had passed and faded away Have we left any foot prints on the sands of time In this year Ive seen much of the handiwork of the LordRe hasvisited this countryywith a frowning face Ive seen pretty green fields of wiring grain in three days time turn yellow and dead as a result of hot winds But we are heroic still we be lieve it is Gods Way and like the old Martyr of old Though he forsake us we will trust in Hi nstill It some times takes r a blow to arouse us and we feel that we have had our blowE3 In my letter to you Iam go ing to take a retrospective and a present view of life In order that my readers may fully appre ciate my letter let them go back with me to some free from t care days of childhood and let us be children together Let us get 1 far away from the bustle and mad rush of life and breathe a sweet fresh breath from the fields of wheat and corn and vis it the old orchard where we as children knew where the apples hung reddest and ripest and sit under the old sycamore tree j housellwheremany years ago Andreader Havent you many fond recollections clinging round Sour old school davs Would you noc like to go back and tread in the same happy way where your footprints hae baen rained out for many years and go to the meeting house and hear a sert non preached from the soul Wellmy mesmeric spell is aover Bead of a flight of years f an icasting downward glances t may need an interpretor to help solve some of the hard things of life and if Bunyan in his PilEk grims Progress never left his pilgrims without a comfortert neither will I in my of J life These hard knocks of lif are only blessings in disguise i Vwe could only bend ou lYleHis It is so hard to say V Thy will be done j After the first comes the resig nation which is like a calm se r rerie dewy morning after a tempestrt One of theroost beautiful feat vUres in the narrative is the fee ping presence of our ones The history oi our Lord ij1 ivfrom first to last is fragrant with the sympathy and musical tiff with the presence of these shin 1 1rtg o- nacorning es They announced his to the Blessed among KWomen They sang songs ofI fi tejoicingat his birth cr ministered to him during fi temptations in the wilderness i ji ythe last mysterious at ethsemane it was an angel Sv T appear ed and gave him strength 7 And eo of uswoaJteropte a 1if d t v rid burdened II1 Ys e y reSt in z j 4 wled 1a that we too ha re f tiv abiding pra ence of meA i 4 itI i LIh r r I 4a k f ing angels gentle and helpful even as our Masterhadand this is a blessed comfort In this hurry scurry life of ours we pass by unheeded those hearts who are yearning for kindness or brotherly love Their struggles for progress are not appreciated or commended and with sad hearts and weary bodies they toil on and in sor row they diedie without that the most blessed of all achieve ments the awakening of the human heart to a full appreciation of life It is our highest duty to scatter all the sunshine we ca- in n the paths of our fellow vies tures and where sunshine is there is love and where dwells love every noble aspiration of the human heart dwells Why Oh why do we keep the alabaster boxes of our love and tenderness sealed up until our friends are dead Fill our lives withsweetness speak approving cherry words while our earthly ears can hear Dont wait until were gone to scatter your flowers I would rather have a fun without a eulogy than a life without a sweetness of love and sympathy Flowers on the cof fincast no fragrance backward over the weary way There are times in most every life when a little kindness is as an oasis in their lives More human life has been poured out through the flood gates of human tears than through the reins of those who bled and died in battle If weI want to be for some one a pana cea a sadness remover or a grief erase it will warm our hearts with happiness and ilium hate our skies with smiles and blot out the Wormwood of some ones soul Its value is without money and without price and will go to our credit in the big leger way up yonder With best wishes for the Adair County News I am Very Truly Yours Mrs Anna Hovious s Better Observe This Do you know that if you have child between the age of seven tdschool Section 267 of the Kentucky statues provides that par cr guardians who have children in custody or control must them to school regularly al time during the whole school year Children may be sent to a parochifal a term in ngth to the full term of the public school in the district in which the child resides Any parent guardian or any other person having custody control or supervision of any chi4 embraced within the pro visions of this act who shall fail provisionsd of y of a misdemeanor and upon co viction thereof shall be fined any sum not exceeding twenty five dollars for the first offense aria for any subsequent offense upon a conviction thereof shall be fined in a sum not exceeding iEhisl p a period notexceedingfifty day amprisoneh An adoptedain 1 Goyingt6n limiting the number of piengera in tr tcarto one andonetbJrltqe seating capacity r 1rY 5 ar 2ip rylr rri 1 ntftC i 1 r Widening the ThankswinClrclc Home is the natural objective point for every one at the Thnhs gvingseasonsays Margaet Ev Sangster in romans Home Companion for November This is why the stranger far from kinsforlk and familiar friends is specially lonely amid general merrymaking Widen the circle so that it may include at your dinnertable your boys hum who can not cross the continent to be with his own people on t thrhappy day Let your daughter invite from college two or three of her girl friends to share Thanksgiving with her Not long ago a man told me that when first he left home to become a clerk in a department store in Philadelphia nothing so touched him as the thoughtful kindness of his employers wife who never forgot to invite him to her home on holidays assuring him that he was as welcome at her Thanksgiving dinner asif he had been a boy of her own There are ways of widening the circle without necessaily going into rhe highways and byways and bringing in the halt and the blind If there is among your friends a washerwoman who works hard to feed and clothe her children a seamstress whose earnings barely cover her needs if there are orphan child interIestThanksgiving with them in an unobtrusive way of sending good cheer Isay intentionally amoung your friends It is a barren life in which sympathy is confined to a single set of people and unlesswe have friends among all classes and conditions we are to be pitied for our narrowness Pool Off The Burley Tobacco Societys pool of 1910 collapsed like punctured balloon and was officially declared off Saturday at a special meeting of the district board held at the co house in Lexington With the Burley pool the pool launched last week by the Scott county tobacco growers led by Congress man J Campbell Cantrill was also abandoned and the vast bulk this year will all be thrown on the open market Preside 1Clarence LeBus stated SaturdaY night that while the 1910 pool had gone to smash the pooled tobacco of 1909 would be held by the Society until the situation had been improved and better prices could be realized For the past week it has been evident that the 1910 pool was tr ttering but President LeBus and the othermembers of the so piety clung to the one hope that the step taken by the district board last week inviting out ciders to sign pledges to be handins m were to beheld would yet save the day For several days however re ports had been coming in that buyers were scouring the country buying up tobacco at air aYerage of 10 to12cent hanathat even ormany of the growers who were ecredfly Yesterday the jprices at which the 1910 pool was being auction ed became so ipwthat the SOT ciet had ixi reject them and with prjO p ct of notalaui getting faf money for their ciope m the i t ax sYw Tf iJ t z lr 1fJ lJI tdj1Posent out telegrams to all the members of the district board calling them to a meeting in- Lexington tonight From early in the evening reports had been coming in telling of the utter failure of the meetings held in different counties and when the j district boardassembled at 9 oclock every member who had ead these reports agreed that the pool was dead Hence when the situation was reviewed by President LeBus in address to the board there was practically nothing left but to declare the pool off and though the matter was discussed until nearly midnight it was only postponing the inevitable end When the resolutions were at last offered by President LeBus they were at once adopted meetinglafter lied President LeBus remarked The crop of tobacco is the poorest and tOughestever raised Kentucky and we will letin them have it and everybody get on the dump together But we will hold on to our good tobacco pool of 1909 and make them pay us good money for it yet Next year we will go to wor and cut out the crop from Can ada to the Gulf of Mexico and see who will win this fight in the long run the trust or the organized growers of Burley tobacco Lexington Paper If There is Room A traveling salesman died very suddenly in Kalamazoo Mich His relatives telegraphed th florist to make a wreath ordered that the ribbon should be extra wide with the inscription Resin t Peace on both sides and i Meeain HeavenrtThe florist was out of town and his new assistant handled the floraartl piece which turned up at the fhneralThe ribbon was extra wide and bore the inscription t Rest in Peace on Both Sides f and if there is room We Sha l Meet in Heaven Norman E Macks National MonthYw nLive StockBetter Farming In talking before a live stoc meeting a speaker made the statement that live stock breed ing meant better farming There is a great deal of truth in tha When a man begins to breed purebred live stock he invaria bly becomes a better farmer takes more interest in improvement and becomes a better citizen His farm begins to improve in fertlity for he is keeping the plant food in the soil and not taking it to market as is the grain farmer A diversified form of agriculture means more indepen dence and the independent man is more progressive than the men bound down by a single crop system and soil deterioration It is an ennobling thing to net roduetionO of Iforoved animals to know that Bones jiudgmiBnt and skill is res poiisible for such improvement The live stock breeder who has his heart in the work cannot help Jf 1iI1V aunt prde2nh sacCIfii piishmeiitsi end when we become proud of oils worktlzaul IJijbe cage better wdjrknweu ii lJi3 r f iJ iJ 1b f The Postal Banks Cheat r Twelve hundred arid fifty banks in various parts of the United States already have made application to the postoffice department to be designated depositor- sfie for postal saving funds andj 648 postmasters have made quests for the establishment of ofIapplicants will be disappointed The government intends to start but one or two postal banks in each state for the present Someday perhaps possibly when a central government bank which can be manipulated by Wall street comes into existence the postal bank system may be ex tended The Wedding king It is interesting to contemplate the historical and romantic associations clustering around the wedding ring Indeed the ring as a sIgn of betrothal with all its mystical significance is of the most remote origin In its form of a continuous circle it was looked upon as a symbol of eternity and hence a token of the durability of the affections In speaking of this band of virgin gold Wheatley says signik affection is the form is round to imply that our request or regards shallnever have an end th place for it is On the fourth oft he left hand where theianI cients thought there was a vein that came directly from th heart and where it may be al ways in view and being a finger least used where it may be least themain end is to be a visible and lasting token of the covenant which must never be broken TriqtWellman the daring sere naut with four companions made a dashr last Saturday from Atlan tic City N J in the huge airship America His was to cross the ocean to Europe Fora few hundred miles he made progress but at last he lmet adverse currents and for two days wireless communication as stopped He was swep Southward and his airship wrecked off the coast of North Car a coink panions were up a passing steamer It was a d ring venture and shows the de gint venturers In Memory v Gracy Mable little daughter oII Willie C and Lilly Hays of Hatcher Taylor county Irwas born December 29th 1908 died September 20 1910 aged one year nine months and thirty one days afterMa brief illness of dyptheria All that medical skill and loving hands could do was done to stay the approach i of death utHiswill not ours be done f Mable as she was caHed was an unusually bright child the fath er mother and four brothers lavished much affections upon her she being the only girl and youngest child V There is art empty cradle fro n vrhicKthe birdlin has owri a J a rather in the fond patren- li 1i fill but the blessed hope of seer ing her again should fully compensate them for the grief they have suffered in this affliction May the dear Lord temper this affliction to their bruised hearts and I am sure they have the sympathy ofa host of relatives and friends and we would point them to the one who said Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven MrsW H Speer- A Hurry Call Is there a preacher on this train asked a large darkvis aged man as he passed from one sleeper to another At last after he had loudly repeated his query for the 5th and 6th timea grave looking gentleman laid aside a seatIof the gospil sir he said Can I be of any service to you Yes said the large passenger A fellow back in the dining car has bet me 5 that it wasent Lots wife who gotJoseph in trouble and I thought you might have a Bible with you so I could proe he was wrong and get the money National Monthly IRemedy for Hog Cholera IndusI forewhichrmakes them immune from chol era The statement is made that pure chased thirty pigs weighing 40 to 60 Ibs from a farm free from cholera They were inoculated with the blood of hogs suffering becamelaffectewere one serum while the others were not treated in any way The treat ed and untreated pigs were then put in the same pen with four inoculated ones The untreated pigs all took the disease while notna test but will be followed up The Department is not distri buting serum to farmers but hopes the stockmen mayarrange agricultWhy Meat is High Thirtyfive per cent is the amount of profit Armour Co forced the public to pay last year This became known through a statement submitted by Armour Com connection with thee listing of a bond issue of 30000000 on the stock exchange The company by its own showing made a gross profit of 10582000 for the year 1909 on a capital stock of 20000000 fand earned a surplus of 71 7 26or the equivalent ofa divi dend of 356 per cent As the price of beef was boosted with the beginning of 1910 it would appear that in the opinion of Ar mows Co a 355 per cent profit on capital stockis not am ple even though the commodity involved is one of the necessaries of life Armour Co is one of whichenjoyi cution by the government until Federal Judge Landis of Chica go an insurgent f rceltheTaft cognizancerid i trustisl t t i iI1it l t rt r I 1- I iIt I 4I t I t r r4 0 gEADAtR COUNIY NEWS = 3 l N Time Card In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND cWN Lv LOUISVILLE AR LEBANON No27 100 am942amNo 23 815 am 1004 am No 79 505pm 740 p- mNo21ROOpm KhOOiHri No TRAIN 630 pm 900 p1 NORTH BOUND Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE e24 548am 750am 078 7 2ani t 1015 am el 28 430 pm 655 pm io 22 628 pm 815 pm Jo 92 732 am 1015 am Nos92 and 93 areSunday trains only WILMORE HOTEL W tw tUlLUHOl E Prop FirstClass Table Good Sample Robme Feed Stable- Reasonable Rat- esGKftDYinLLe KYJ S D Crexishaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetin t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables LOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILLE STREETi Res Phone 29 Office Phone 40 Dr James Triplet Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK1 IIDr 0 S Bunbar entit OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE No40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stoner AttoneyAtLaw CJ Willprafticemthis counties Jamstown Kentucky DR M E JONES 1 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist IIIuIII Columbia Kentucky I Special attention given to Dentistry D asesof the Eye Poll Evil Fistula and a other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes OEFIOE Located In barn back of liar f kffotel ir L i hfe ELAdair County t I jliiI iii iourn And On- Year I i Ittt for o I 5U ft tl Columbia District lst Round tt r r t1 t Reriox Jones church Oct 29 SQ near Creek Parrish church Oct 31Nov 1 Peytonsburg Pleasant Hill Nov 4- Burksviile BurksyiireJSov 56 Albany Oak Gf oveNovl213 Clinton Fairview Nov 14 Thurlow Mt Lebanon Novf 1920 Greensburg Hogards church Nov 2122 Spurlington and Early Earlys church Nov 234 Campbells villeCir Mortons 3 church Nov 2627 Campbellsville Sta D c34 Mannsville MerrimaCj Dec 5 Casey Creek Christian church Dec 6 Cane Valley Dec 7 Gradyville Picketts r Church Dec 1011 Columbia and Tabor Dec 1112 Temple Hill Dec 1718 Tompkinsville Dec 2021 West Tompkinsville Fountain Run Dec 2425 T L HulseP E s Columbia Ky I WeIIDone Wh quote an editorial from the New York World There were abler men in the Senate than Jonathan P Dolliver of Iowa but none truer to his principles He was a brilliant orator He was a dangerous de bator to face He was a tremend ous worker and twenty years experience iri Congress had ripen ed his talents and enriched his knowledge of legislation But none of these qualifications had contributed so much to the res pect and honor in which he was popularly held sa his courage and honesty in standing for ideas and policies which the recognized leaders of his party were deter mined to defeat at any cost Mr Dolliver died with his boots on so to speak fighting for a scaling down of the schedules which as one of our Louisville contemporaries puts it are as bad in principle as in proportions It is unnecessary to agree with a man in order to re spect His grit and his persistency atthe labor he undertakes Mr Dolliver was a good and faithful public servant His work was well done Requiescat in peace ISample Helps Frail Women So women are out digesjtive the1iownfaultthiWelfareble usually lies All physicians know narehabituallysults indigestion piles weariness etc otButYOUhav u You will find that when the bowels move yourpettyCaidwellSyrups find yourself rapidly getting better and themselveswidisappearpills or salts but Just such a mild and CaldwellSyrup druggisteither Jrize may be enough to perma womekeepno themacanbemember otthe family down to thiyoungt child but If you have never SCOisendtle as they did and learn for ThatJtno doubt pleasedtod eire for yourself or family pertaining to abeoute1yfree tLortlnam addree on m ICldorotbewpiae For either request the dootors caldLbudthj t 1 Sentence Sermons 7 lMuch pity expires in dpi ting e He who looks for thorns finds the desert Goodness likeh Jts never conscious of itself V He cannot be rich1n himself whp dares not be poor J t t Jt is always a sad thing to have pleasure without toil Often a tide of sorrow carries us over a shoal of self Life is too shrttomiss a kind ness too long tocherish hate Take care of your living and your dying will take care of itself One little deed is worth realms of endorsements of bigdeeds Iwhenlove No man is ever good enough to dictate the terms of real goodness to another Some hymns must be designed 1byChicago Tribune He Wins or You Lose 7 Mr Roosevelt discussing in Milkaukee his idea of an em ployers liability law said to a group of correspondents s Such a law would assure an injured workman of compensa tion without the cost of a suit To be sure some lawyers would thus lose money but after all the ambulance chasing type of lawyer isnt worthy of much consideration An injured miner telling a friend how one of these ambul ance chasers was going to bring asuit for him Hes working for me on a contingent fee the miner said What is a contingent fee do you know Jimmie hSure I know jimmy l answered If you lose the case your lawyerll get nothing and and if you winyoull get noth ing U Two Hundred Deaths in Italy rRom Italy Oct 25eMinistry of the Interior this evening received word of a tidal wave at Casamiccola1 on the Is landof Ischia that drowned two hundred persons Communica tion with the island has been in terrupted and verification of the report impossible The Minstry has ordered four men of war to hurry to the scene with men and supplies milesC1south west of Pozzueli at the foot of Mount Epomes It was nearly destroyed by an earthquake in July 1882 when about 170 liV svere lost It ha since been rebuilt and has a population of abut4OOO Not Sorry for Blunder It my friends Mdnt blundered in thinking 1 was a doomed victim of conr sumption I might not be alive now writes D T Sanders of HarrodsbUrg Kybutmyears they saw every at tempt to cure a lungracking cough fail Atlastltrie pr Kings New DiIiCOY ery The effect was wonderful It soon stopped tcough and I atm now in better health than I have had for years This wonderful lifesaver is an unrival ed remedy for eoughsr colds lagrippe whoopingfTHaI bottle free Guaranteed by Paul Drug Co Luther T Davidson agedfifty five years a capitalist and lum berman pf MsK Y ded alq phoid feer Science Jottings r r l j f N Women have usually better yesightthan then Women are riot permitted to be photographed in China Coal is cheaper in China than anywhere else in the world The Persians have a different name for eve y day in the mpnth j Short thick curly hair is an indication of great natural strength At least 720 000000 worth British property is always on the sea A tradesman is not bound to sell a market article from his window 1 An ordiary railway engine is equal in strength to nine hun dred horses Most workers in Switzeland are employed about eleven hours aday Seven miles is the greatest recorded height ever reached by a balloon Suicide is less prevalent in Ireland than in any other country in the porld Theaverage pulse of a healthy man beats seventytwo times a minute Narly 16 per cent of the people of Great Britain live by agricul ture Great Britain loses more than 50000000 worth of property annually by fire The two switest runners of the animal creation are the kangaroo and the the ostrich Bathing the head behind the ears with hot water will often cure an obstinate headache From an artistic point of view a womans face is more beautiful when viewed from the left Analysis say that butter is the most nutrious article of diet and that bacon comes next At all easons of the year 5 oclock in the mprning is the coldest hour of the twentyfour In Norway persons who have not been vaccinated are not allowed to vote at any election- It is estimated that on an aver age each penny in circulation changes hands eleven times a week v Out of every million letters that pass through thePost office it is calculated that only one goes astray Female spiders are much larger and more ferocious thrt the males and generally devour their husbands r t Program The following is the program of the musical Association to be heldat13ar Wa lowe second Sunday in Nov 1910 to begin at 9 d clock a m izSoig by the choir page 81 il Perfect Praise Led by Emma McGaha 2 Convoation Sr Absheri 3 Welcome Address jEldI James Burton 4 Response U G Anderson 5S1gbychoir 6 Does5comthdn and compound oi measure nave the same speed B H jBurton 1M Grimley 7 Song Taylor SulliVan v T SWt li1taecidien T IfW1 d9 hey extend 1 18 rda It KertL c gX5 sXX5 g cxxx1 1- i Stocks Tip the Acme oflEXCellenCeI New Fall Carpets S Rugs and Wall Paper v- v JAieshwn in many representative styles Lowpriesare linkedI to good qualities making trading here absolutely sale and saving I Spedal inducements in Tulaid Linoleums 150 grades per square yard 110 6 patterns Plenty of eachand eyefy yard Jos Wild Co s first grade vV Hubbuch Bros Wellendorfi 522 524 W MarKetM Louisville Kntucky Li j j4 FRANK CORCORANF tnighGrade J f Marble Granite Cemetery work See before of all kind you bUY 3 Represented by cG JEFFRIES in this and t adjoining counties 4 Main Street Lebanon Ky J oJ 10 Transposition of scale by flats A G Hull Dennie Grim sley 11 What are the difference tween the major and beI scales Explain the forms of miner scale John Johnson Mrs Rollin Hurt I12 Accent Amt5ros Smith Henry Womack 13 Song by little folks 14 What is Sycopation Ji F Hughes 15 Is music award or science paper by Miss Willard Huff aker 1 Rucker P Grimsley 16 Song led by John Burton 17 Why does the signature for time change in the cpurse of a song John Wolford Geo Pike 18 Note Reading Lucian BurS ton Ben H Burton We hope to have the above subjects well discussed J F Hughes eeITaylorEmma McGaha Assistant Sect Saves an Iowa Mans Life The very grave seemed to yawn be lfore Robert Madsen of West Burling ton Iowa when after seven weeks in the hospital four of the best physicians gave him up Then was shown the marvelous j curative power of Electric Bit frightlfullow jaundice getting no help from other remedies or doctors five bottles of this matchless medicine completely cured him Its positively for Stomach Liver or Kidney aiL and never disappoints Only 5Qe Paull Drug Do Eddy Texas c This is a good country butcot ton crops are short here this yeary but there is a good price it is worth 14 cents per pound We made a very good corn Corn is worth 52 cents per bushel I left old Kentucky five years ago last February and I like fine J nadea utft6 worth df cotton this tear and bout UldIJirieivds one more i 4101 wIth them 0 4 T 0 9i StrayedS Fost x1 Jokmbia a Imilk =e d oriw Wll- 1wrvy itasdcs t 0 itrrrf 1t to ti t ll It t k SL I i ThE LOUISVILLE TIMES- fOR 191O BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER PRICE OF ITUEIREGULAR THE LOUISVILLE TIMES 1IS 500j YEAR IP YOU WILL SEND JOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSIr THEpUISVlLEE TIMES Av BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 45df THE LOUISVILLE TIM SjSl the best after noph paper printed anywhere vi- Has thebest corps of corres j po dents IGoveJs the KehtuckyfieiapertM jfectly v Covers the general news fieldi I tcompletely V 1as the bfesfc aniiullest ntfr T iivx j kets reports y rt 1 rl DEMQpRATICi stiti i 5 fair to everybody sti YOUR SUBSCkIP THIS4IPERDOt o it r t I T I H rr h R f t N TAE AJJAIRCC LNTY NEWS r ijJ Lf j =lHEtADAIR CO lMEWSl r Published Every Wednesday ws i BY THE Adair County News Company INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of the City of Columbia and the people ef Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second class mall natter WED NOV ii 1910 1ocratic Ticket FOR CONGRESS HON ELZYBERTRAM- OF CLINTONECOUNTY If the Democrats will vote out next Tuesday Mr Bertram will carry Adair county Cast your vote for Bertram next Tuesday It will be a vote against Caleb Powers Let no Democrat remain from the polls next Tuesday It is necessary for every man to vote All indications point to a Dem ocratic landslide in New York and a Democratic House of Representatives IIThisan effort to send an honest man one whose skirts are clean to Congress Vote for HonEJzyI Bertram Favorable news tof Mr Bert rams candidacy comes from al sections of the district No man who s opposed to Caleb should fail tovotenext Tuesday elecIbonstay at home next Tuesday Go to the polls and vote for Bert ram then work and see that otbers vote At Corbin last Saturday Se v ator W 0 Bradley spoke to a multitude of two hundred and fifty On Sunday morning the first frost of the season in thyvicinity was visible London Echo Why should the people of district elect a man to Congress inItgentlemen and vote for a man of character Hon Elz- y Bertram The Times is taking no part in the race for the Democratic nom ination for AttorneyGeneral but it takes pleasure in learning from v sources it considers thoroughly reliable that the Hon James Garnett of Adair county is not as has been intimated in these cplnmns alligned with certain political interests in the State but is making his race strictly on his own merits as a lawyer and a Democrat Mr Garnett stands high thoroughout Kentucky as a lawyer and gentleman and it is but fair to him to say in the J first place that no act of his r caused the intimation referred f to While not by j nyme1ns v pledging itself to him specially in view of the fact that a home district man may make the race pleasianyLfr r political scheme invplvingJfthe i governorship and is entitled to have his claims considered en 1 fy iirely separate and apart from iir hat raceTodd County Tim c T + i f J t r fii J tc I t J t 1 1I I jf 1 1 it at r f JimHoward Chinks the London jriV5 Ti iEcho shoulda sunpressedand IIJ its editor killed The last issue of the Echo contained the fdl lowing editorial Jim Howard in conversation in a Pineville hotel last week said that the Echo ought to be destroyed and named the editor along with other gentlemen as fit sub IIsome the undertaker Perhaps Jim could suggest some method the would be re jilievedaOowould like to insist however if we are to be shot that the kill ing take place at the entrance of the capitol grounds in FranKfort- or in Manchester while we are surrounded a cordon of IcThejects toy the imputation placed upon his age by James Bwho i n the same conversation re ferred to us as old man Steven son This is a rather delicate matter with us and we seriously object to being called old We might add that Jim Howardwho advocates the killing of the Echo and those connected with it isf now electioneering for Powers The London Echo the leading Republican paper in the Eleventh cldistrictesteemed citizen of the county and a thorough Republican asked us this question the other day Did I by voting for Caleb Pow in the late primary obligate myself to vote for him in the reg ular November election 1 As 1we see it he did not The qualIE ificationof a voter in the prima fosTaft in 1908 if our information Iis correct We have never hear it discussed that a voter who voted for Powers in the prima obligated himself to vote for himJ Qinthink it is a matter for the voter to settle with hisown conscience which should not be hard for nhim to thetrecords of Messrs Powers and Bertram Powers has a record extending as far back a s heI ear 1899 also a record of hav ing served eight years in jail and has three pardons from two reislord at all except that of having annwell as State Senator It seems to us that a voter with half an thY2 two No Mr voter you 2 not bind yourself to support any satIe primary but you ce d vote for the best man If you do that you have done your whole duty to yourself and to your fellow mantIThi w Our farmers are busily engaged sowing wheat and a large crop is being sown We are having fine weather for farm work now Mr E E Perkins is Using 200 on the road from Green riv er to this place which will put the road in better condition for winter season Mr Tom Berrjrj is also filling a contract between the River and Greensburg Born to the wife of Mr Frank Clark Oct 16 a9 pound girl Mr arid Mrs Richard Hender son visited their son and family near Gampbellsville last week dijof rA i Mr Lihdsayier kirisf bought 1fE Loys farm of 30 acres for 700 J E Loy purchased a farm of 50 acres from B fe Loy near Greensburg forJ 1140 There Has been several crops of tobacco in this community sold at prices ranging from 9Z to lie per poundt Rev J P Van Hoy moved last week from the parsonage here to the homed of Mr and Mrs Phillips at Glenview camp groundwhere he and his three little boys a will remain this conference year The Evangelist Rev Andrew Johnson of JWilniore Ky and Rev A A Niles of Henderson y will be in our midst from Saturday till Monday Bro Johnsonlpreached Mt Leba non Sunday the 30th of Oct Mrs Will Young and two child ren of Gresham visited the family of J E Loy Saturday and Sunday Rev James of Louisville is now holding a series of meetings- at the Christian church Our teacher Mr M L Hen derson left school in charge of Miss Ruth Helm three days of last week while at home seeing his clover being threshed Rev Andrew Johnson of Wil more Ky and Rev W L Pierce of Pierce Ky willopen a debate at Pierce which is six MondayI entire santification Bro John son of the Methodist church af liferBro Pierce of the Baptist church cond tinue several days hisYfarm and will have a public sale Oct the 29th and on Monday the 31st will leave with his family for the Lone Star State to make it their future home We1 regret very much to ive these ood IIcommunity success in their new undertak IIngst Crocus IDavid Raegan is very low at this time with som tbiglike IBessieS Antle has been very sick for several days 11G Collins made a business IagoMr and Mrs J C Bradshaw made a trip to Hart county a few days ago where they visited heir daughter Mrs Edwauds who is very sick Mr Ranson Miller of Russ Il Springs was in this vicinity last IWednesday making arrange merits to complete his job oil the well at our school house Farmers in this section have about sounded up all h irarmlwork except corn g that will begin in a few days in dead earnest f Lawrenoe Collins one of our old settlers will move in a short time to his recently acquired farm near Russell Springs We hate to lose 1awrenfe but we dont blame him for going to Russell Springs for that is high er and nearer Heaven than itt is re and the furthur fie are fm lie roiii when we die the sooner waget there ii SSyS fl L W= I7K 7K KKK lS 7f7iI71 vIt 7K i i iK II Lv 7tCr V SAVE ONE THIRD I 11 w vI 2 7i1 K OF I1C F 7t 0 0 vSr tlJ f 1 YOUR fUEL t r 1 And Avoid the Annoyance or Building Fires v AV s n The Dream of the Good House = keeper has been 1E Realized in COLES ORIGINAL AIR TIGHT literic I STOVES The Stove in which the fire is not j J out from the time they are set up in theFrall 1 LEsc until taken down in the Spring ILDontfail to Examine our Large Stock before IL c JI buying your Stoves for the Winter REED K- v 7rr- y v c HARDWARE C OI w Ic Glasses are Becoming If they are Properly Adjusted to the features IIEl THEY are Comfortable if they are so fitted they cannot fall Ioffor feel as if they were going to falloff t iv THEY are a necessity if reading or sewing causes j yI t 5 1r pains or if the print blurs or the letters run together t 4ASCIENTIFIC Examination isi a necessity to determine 0 lVi the Lenses that will help your eyes Ye consider all the points that IV will give quick and lasting relief J v t t ff NSAVE your Broken Glasses we can make htint as good as L M New S r fE WE riReplceany s c Lens Bring us tlpicof your ju iBrpkcnL ns and we will dpthe rest t 2fir i ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 7 V y ij r L LIj LdLj t iJ J ti fffI Jewelerand Optometrist argil V i ir tIII PJi01fle 2JiID E G pbellSVllIe K37v t ti r i o n ti I 1it Ir f t r I1 I I 1t t tA1 A ASIth r Ct it 1 t jy i c c THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 06Qt O Ott OO OOOOOlOOtt OO OOO ogf f 1N IMENSESTOCK Of ifALL GOODS tt + I have just returned from the Cindmmtr market wh leI bought extensive for the tr de of Adair and ad O gQining Counties I am too busy tospecify but my shelves are now full of Fall Dress Goods arid the ladled are 0 t invited to calL and 10 ok through Lam sure I can please you iJ ct Whatever You Need Can be found at my store hence if you do not see what you l 0wantask for it and you will be accommodated My salesmen times ready to wait upon customerse0 6 Clothing for Men and Boys I have perhaps the largest stock clothing ever offered to this Qttrae I canf urnish any kind of suit you may want If a cheap gA A o f jJ t y O I WALKER 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOobOO O i O 06666666 66 A A Additional Locals VALUABLE FARMS In Old Virginia For Sale 1eyare located in the famous James JRiver Yalley one of the richest sec tipns in the Atlantic Slope Can be bought for less than one half their value f If you want to live in a healthy cli mate with pleasant and profitable sur roundings close to the great markets this is the country For further in formation Address ui W E Harris 911 E Main St Richmond Va Notice To whom it may concern rNotice is hereby given that theE L Sinclair Co has decided to quit busi J ness cease to exist as a corporation and wind up 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 saidfcorporation and collect all debts due same and apply the proceeds to the payment of said corporation debt as rapidly as can be done CoJct10 1910 94t fOXES WANTED Grey and Red Foxes f2OO to 250 Sauirrels 50to 100 OODb v 75tO 125 And Express Send name of your express office in first letter VT HO0GEN Box 233 Campbellsville Ky WANT A FARM OR Ayone in Town See G P imythe t The Real Estate PtaiJI JJir in4acheapest Located in all parts of the County No trouble about pleasing you Almost everything listed that is for sale Dont buy till you see my list Homes in Columbia and the villages homesIfor sale in Columbia the town of beau everyIIstreet and avenue Some very elegant i fone Some bargains Prices ranging tfrom 200 to 6000 Callandseemy JfefrIf you have property for sale titlit costs nothing to list 1 come in touchy byBustlingi 4ent pits of the county We can sell your property for you Jf you wish to jb y or sell dbnt worry but e G Smyth office in Garhett Buildirifl- Coiumbia Ky 40tf Loci Market IOr jif f9tlo is he l I k J btfSlJ gteIt Q J99 J f fi jP Jfff jl 1me tJ1tZf t 1 ff I Hens 08r Chickens 8 Cocks 3 Turkeys i1 8 to 10 Geese 5 Ducks 2 i 7 Wool clear grease 20 Wool washed r 28 to 30 Hides green V 6to7 Hides dry X 10 tola Feathers 35 to 38 Ginseng 450to500 Bees wax 25 MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer 525575 Beef steers v 3 00515 Fat heifers arid cows 3 004 60 Cutters 2003 00 Canners t 100200 Bulls t 1il 250415 Feeders j 3755 15 Stockers 275475 Choice milch cpwsV 35004500 Common to fair cows 15003500 7ChoiceMediums 130 to 165 8 55 Pigs cJT 865 Roughs 775 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best Iambs A I 55c CullS v 34c Fatsheep l2cG- BA1N Wheat J1 125- GornVH p 100 A if Farm for Sale A good farm of 50 acres 4 miles west of Campbellsville Ky 30 acres good bottom balance mostly timber NearI turnpike church and school room farm dwelling good new barn and 3 fine springs At a bargain if taken at once H S Robinson 50 3t Campbellsville Ky J Glensfork v The health of this community is very good at present Mrl Clint Walker happened to a very painful accident a few days gcHefen from thetop of his house breaking his leg but he is improving and it is hoped that he will soon be out again He is 75 years old last Tuesday being his birthday Mr J A Turner and wife of Big Elm were visiting in Glen ville last Tuesday also Mr Ww Selby Enola Selby and Miss Lue Holt djlittlewere visiting ai G R- AlbrePs last Saturday night arid iSiinday Y a PttdtQn tq i r tkt 1 Il1 All d reWY t i H yg1 fr lady She had been in a very feeble state of health for sorae time and was 81 years of age She was taken to Irish Bot torn and laid to rest in the family burying ground to wait the resurrection morn The singing at Glenville the second unday was quite a sue cess a large crown being present and all reported a nice time Several young folks from this place attended the party at Johnnie Pattersons Saturday night J Mr J F Andrew nd family are visiting relativeson the river v this week 5Rev J F Black who has been our pastor for 2 years will leave us in a few weeks We regret very much to give them t1 JoplJa A frWinter is coming and catching several in this community without wood We had some snow Friday morning The health of this community is very fgood only colds and a case of diptheria It was re ported yesterday that Mr Jim Sanders had a child with dipthe ria hope not a severe case and wilUrecover soon Mrs Elizabeth Murrell and daughter Elva Mrs Josie Young and daughter Mattie visited Mrs FG Willis and motherin law Mrs Cattle Willis last Tues day j Mrs Addie Willis is visiting her aunts of Columbia this week Mr Geo Powell the blackr smith is sick this week andnot able to be at his shop Miss Nancy Willis visited her cousins Misses Rosa and Mary Gonoverr of Mpntpelier from Wednesday until Thursday Mrs Laura Grant and Mrs1 Lela Willis and families of Rus j sell county are visiting relatives and friends in this and afe Glenville 1lBrof Kv4 0 Cabbell is to b gm a class in tfocal music Valley soon J Success to Birof fyMi88Effial1tl S fIiyj JJ Jl l Si Af 1 tJ t A suit is ypur desire I have it if you want a fine suit you nbesupplied y The Finest and Best Fitting Shofes In this department you will see the most elegant lines both for c Ladies and Gentlemen ever presented to this market All I ask 0Ais come in I am sure I can plaseyou tIr It is understood that I handle all the staples t DARGAIN STORE I W 14 lA t t r i LOUISVILLE t neighborhood i Pleasant Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary Young and Bessie Cabbell were shopping at Gad berry one day last week Hope the Gradyville correspondent will return from Louisville in time to get a letter in the paper this weski We certainly enjoy reading the Gville letter Bob Willis of color is improv- ingt slowly at this writing Miss Harriet Willis is the quest at Mr A G Garnetts this week Mt Pleasant J v aJthIslor of Lagrange Ky for some two weeks a series of revival services and under his Christian and powerfu presentment of the Bible there has been quite are union of the membership and a revival of their vows to the giver of every good and perfect gift and to each other to live in unity and follow the narrow path that leads to everylasting life 4 Not only is this a blessing to any community but tliey have gathered into the fold a good y number of those not heretotpre identified with the church some of whom are early in years some adults and others heads of families which makes the bless ing a double one The writer feels that when these noble young people made the start Heavenward it gladen ed the hearts of the old mothers and fathers some of whom will soon be called on to try the reali ties of an unknown world Bap tims was administered Russell creek on Saturday afternoon in the presence of a large gather ing of friends and relatives and it is the heart felt wish of this one that goodness arid mercy may attend them all their days Roy tttm- r inciIdents of this nei iborhood ifyou will kindly giveyus space in yoiir luabjpa fe G R R driiour 3 ter nrp n I D ni u- i WJ IVvilFv 2 t cents per dozen for eggs at this time Miss Lillie bbof Dent and Rev S P Stapp spent Friday night to Sunday with H J Con over and wife Miss Pearl Antle who was thel ysiago breaking one bone of her leg is rapidly improving thisIplace is confined to her bed suf fering intensely with neuralgia Mr W W Holladay is quite pick at this time He is afflicted with rheumatism CC Maupin Co are flnow running their saws both early and late cutting a seta this place for the Mosaic Hardwood Flooring Lumber Co of New Albany Ind Mr Otis Stapp and wife have moved to the residence owned by Mr Hindman Womack He hav ling removed to Illinois as we area subscriber to the News and quite a number of other Republicans as well and after having read the letter from Dirigo last week together with the references therewith we will kindly ask our friendMr Harris to with malace toward none and charity for all add the following to the letter from Roy The writer of that letter seem ed to be wondering if there were enough people in the Eleventh District who are willing to dis grace their country thereby pro yoking the wrath of God upon themselves and their children as well ovoting for Mr Powers for Congress So toeasehis wondering intellect we will say there is enough and to spare by the thousands rWeread his references in the Good Book and failing to see the condemnation he predicts we shall as seems good to USOIJ November 8th knock at the usual 1placethe cabin door We want fair We have no objections to the gentleman from Pirigo yoUng for Mr Berf ram thereby dodging the Lords iailstori s which ccorlmg1 i 0 his prophecy are snre tOm 4 But the icripture he refer io has e not con icted it imgl4 jiniM tiJ t r yy in these ends of the earth He might read Exodus 2015 also 222 and see if there are any signs of two sides It seems very much to a Republican as if the gentleman from Diriga was swallowing a camel and straining a gnat If it isnt that I am quite sure he is riding Balaams mule and my advice to him is to hold his ear close to the ground about 1130 on the night of November 8th and he will hear that mule talk Cyclone Wheat sowing is abut over in this community Misses Grace and Cleo Shep herd were the guests of Miss Ann Lizzie Hood last Saturday night and Sunday Mr Jas Suddarth was on the sick list several days of i last week Miss Cordie Ellison of Carmel was visiting Misses Lura and Nona McFarland lastweek Mr Bob Smith bought 2 borsesiat the Vanhoy sale last Friday price 120 Miss Lura McFarland is on the sick list at this writing at this place is progress ISCh991 since the diptheria et fever scare is over IMr Wm Francis who is on duty near New Hope was at home last week Mrs Mat Cundiff and brother Mr Bingham Moore will leave Thursday for LaFayette Indiana Misses Daut and Cleo Shep herd spent last Wednesday night with Miss SaJ lie Ray Wilson The boys and girls should getx Up a singing school at this piace this fall how about itv b ystshould we not t MrRobt Parrott of near this pilace lost 4 horses in the Camp 1 5Willclosehopingwhen v fe clouds of smoke is over that Hon W Elza Bertram Will beelected fi Listen Farmers iVMrvv Did yoiilcnow the nipitvaluable ihng ton3 xir lairiri wt the nimftur YOUpio duce Tb only way thJjandle it ic l jImak J ti oNmbia Iy iltlgbM N t t 1 vv7vVi aia f 0 llR r kc EO H L v r 4r tL xJc J A THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWSr S t fiewett Tobacco Warehouse E01 t INDEPENDENT J G A BRIDGES Oofi 0 PROPRIETORS r Corner Eighth and Main Streets Louisville Ky l CHAS A BRIDGES Four Months Storage Free i W G BRZQGES Give us a trial We Guarantee to Please you Table supplied With the Best the Market Affords Meals 35c MILLEN HOUSE MDMILLEN 0 CO Prqprs located on Railroad Stone square east of L N Station Lebanon Kentucky Kentucky News f Congressman Harvey Helm of the Eighth district opened his campaign for reelection at Dan Mlle He attacked the Republi can platform on which his oppo rent stood Congressman John W Lang ley Republican nominee for re election in the Tenth districtx spoke to a small crowd at Beatty yille I Congressman J Campbell Can trill opened his campaign in thei Seventh district at Georgetown He discussed the tobacco situation and crisis in thepooling movement Fj J G Stone aged seventyone years grandson of Barton Stone one of the founders of the Chri- tian Church died at Newton Scottcounty George M Tandy of Miltonis a candidate for the Democraticx Representatir ve i from the Trimble Oldham dis trict Examiners are working on the books of the defunct Nation XBank of Beattyville The twentyfifth anniversa of the Rev Father John Ad spergers ordination as a priest was celebrated at Carlisle sevelv years 1Her son dropped dead a few t weeks ago The registration of voters 15 Owensborojshows a failing off of 970 comparedjwith last year The FourthDistrict Teachers Association will meet at West Point Friday for aHwodays se LionMiss Annie Gnadinger of Cy n thiana died inet Chicago of con Jsumption while on a visit The body of an unidentifi Vfloater wasffound in the Ohio 4river near Paducah 1 A motion for rehearing was + overruled and the Rev J S Steers of Grant county must pay 1000 finefor alleged viola Lion of interstate fcommerce law in hindering shipment of ajjrop of tobacco rrv- V The State Grange is in session at Winchester i rTaylor Holbrood age4 sixty suddenlywhileM at- r1it tending a political speaking at uij3 Owentoih 8 Ben T Miller aged eightytwo i fj years died at Kirk Breckenfidge J tjt countyMrs E Carl Litsey Lebanon I jt latSJringftela9fh trou VV J It 110 t A motion was filed at Jaclcson far n wtrial for Chnrlee Lit la sentenced to death for the ili tJla t Cranford s FfJ r iA George Douglass a ten year old boy of Fayette county con fessed to attempting to wreck an interurban car just to see the passengers jump for their lives Henry Parrish aged seventy years of Winchester died in a Lexington hospital leaThetingly near Versailles was dam aged by fire the family barely escaping with their lives The farm of the late Charles Alexander near Versailles containing 255 acres was sold at thpublica millionaire lumberman of Ash land at 175 an acreor a total of 44626 Joe McElwain charged with postsi n county was held to answer in bonds of 4000 German railroads are trying automatic station announcers placed in each carof a train and operated from the baggage car IA southwestern preacher t aldsermon Here A word to you all rYPostmortem praises and love a in the air People kiss the dead when they never stop to kiss the hnthreow arms around their loved ones who are fighting the stern iatn worth more than all the roses Christendom piled high on the casket covers The dead cannot smell the flowers but the scan Scatter them livingI their pathway therefore and pluck out the thornsbefore it is too late edmThe Bourbon News Says a masher who had a habit of guyr ing women as they come out of the opera house there wasrpl dered speechless the oth r g 1youngwoman wife but ohyoukid With witheringscorn she turned to him and said loud enough for all t r around to hear I loye my dog but oh you fup It knocked out the masher so completely that he slunk away in the dark ness and will doubtless hereafter be noticeable for his from former scenery bsencel A Hint to Mother Ij you wish to cultivate a g sipirig meddling censorious spirit iii yourclindr iJfeiure when they coma home 3rom tchurchJviit or mnr Pse to irhieh you 4p DOt lmnu T i + Qlt tjf them to ply them with questions concerning what everybody wore how everybody looked and what everybody said and did and if you find anything in all this to censure always do it in their hearing You may rest assured if you pursue a course of this yourlnladenrather than it should be uninter esting they will by degrees learnt embellish in such a manner as shall not fail to call forth remarks and expressions of won r der from you You will by thi course render a spirit of curiosi tywhich is early visible in children and which if rightly directed may be made the in strument of enriching and en vehicleIto narrow them Spencer Cou rier Pointed Paragraphs A laugh is a good thingif i isnt on you Even a pretty girl if wise will rn to cook The misfortunes of a man are sure to test his friends No Cordelia a statistician isnt merely a figurehead We all talk about saving money but most of us hit it go at at When a man loafs he just oafs when a woman loafs she does fancy work If there is anything nice to say about a man it is always said thatNo man is justified in considering maariage a failure merely because his wife snores It takes aslittle to start some men to arguing as it does t start some women gossipingw hePeople who try to impress yo w their wealth usually find to make both ends mee Chicago News nt lreWe seem to remember to ha eard or read somewhere that questionlseems to prevail a quite general impression that the present tar impressiinon ed in the North and South and dis apIto have permeated the White house itself But general as iha impression undeniably is there is- is one individual and by no eansan inconsiderable individ I ual who can rightly lay claim to immunity reference as here t made to Col Roosevelt 1nhim the tariff has succee d no fixed impression 1When he is west of the Mississip PayneAldrich tariff strikes him as putting a premi urn on selfishness and subordina ting the general public interest to local and special interests When he is at Saratogo he looksi on the PayneAldrich tariff Ina tatfInwhlchMr Winpna When he gets aa far East as Massachusetts tKe il3ilitY that enator Lodge v votedfox every schedule proposed shouldoN not bexeturnedto the Senate fbr his pI rive tvi iinjJodoi1t him as riiDgJamtf oil J10 lty tI iin2iiad it r the care of mouths tofeed to clothe and feet that must needsr be shod finds the PayneAldrich tariff to o high The protection Est mind persuaded th at no tar iff cann be too highicl convince that it is too low It has remained for the Roosevelt mind to discov andthepIe will find no objection to his continuing to deal from the bot tom of the deck Louisville Times Still Bloody r Breathett 1 The murder ofHMatt Craw 3fo di L1tionpressing crimes in that section which show that the overthrow of tips Hargis clan although greatly desirable and of no little value to the peace of two vici- nage did not end assassination or elimminate the feud spirit from the social and economic equation Feuds represent great unthrift 15 The assissin riot only makes an end of able bdied then and throws K widows and orphans upon the cold charity of the community or that of their relatives but also deters capital from developing the resources of a section that is 7K lawless partly because it is un developedNothing I could contribute to the cause of law enforcement in the mountains more surely than o good roads and better schools It 4 is quite true that in a few tobacco igrowing counties goodroads have been used by night riders but it is reasonable to believe many night riders are not grad uates of good schools and many + ofthem are doubtless of a class at has been brought to the to o c bacco districts by the industry tand not representative of the so cial fabric that has existed for a ideveloped0The next General Assembly ill be asked to enact road laws e Themeasit mtp and not of a section Better tax aws to encourage an influx of capital would go hand in hand enClightenment of such sections of Kentucky as Bloody Breathitt theenext General Assembly enact both Frankfort News 1 Teachers Association The following is a program of the Teachers Association to beheld at Coburg Saturday No vember 5th 1910 Called to order at 900 Devotional exercises MR Gabbert Should we attempt to teach I studies outside the common school course Rue Squires To be discussed by Julia Penick and Mont Biggs How can we introduce nature 0schoolsIMissJohnst The best method of teaching History Miss Fannie Smythe Discussion Miss Huffakerand Miss Nell Tupman CIWalker Discussion Mary Smith and Elsie Mplett How to get the parents inter DiscJ15sionCMrs fromnhoWhat must be done Virginia Hunn Disculiion Rose Hrntt the and Fenancocg is Fon Hancock Vice Pres i L SttW lktr walkernth in UI IIa c Mill lStokrea y for use A large assortment of i Windows Doors Roofing Colonial Columns fact we can furnish any part or all the IIn0 any grade desired that is needed for Ior Repair work It will be to your to inspect our Stockkand Prices Sandtisky Co LJmI v ir fl lt 7K iaL et K iiiCimiiSm J v m7K in- w Fifth Avenue Hotel CDIV CI=mo Irs c ass 0 e opU lar Prices Convenient to WholesalerIand Retail Districts Churches and Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE nC FIFTH AVENUE I 7KII KentuckyG 1 T miiCmii 7f Ij K If I 7lJ vr I + 1 e KUG 1fiS- a coIxPAN Y- f BLINDS j Sash and Door the r Send your orders to us for f ogoods 1 We them E HUGHES N N N NVN NN MSV trVV WVess HARDWICX Pres J ff COCKS YPres E DIITZMAN Sec 1889 IN Sheet Iron and Tank Work 59 JOBBING WORK ii reedvefeOOO Sash Doors Blinds t Mouldings Columns Porch Material Stair Work Interior Finish Etc Largest Wholesale House in South prompt shipment andgood appreciate L GO INCORPORATED 211215 E1 Street- LOUISVILLE i Na WTfyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED MIliliw1IQT4Ts ImAcflINJSTS DEALERS ENGINES BOILERS SAW MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 TflIRTEENTHM SIN LOUISUILL6 SMOKESTACKS SOLICITRL AH Kinds of Machinery Repaired J IFO 01 10 OCi1 GET OUR PRICES ON U 0CavanBEFORE YOU BUY See our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleats and Cap Roofiiig Put on like tin roof without any nails exposed and is better than anytin roof without any nails exposed arid is better than any tin roof It wilhlasfa life 0t time without painting We carry in stock V Crimp and Corrugated Iron 1 Roofing Gravel Rubber arid all of Paper Rpofing r Dehler BrosE ionlIo 0 B ftt t person of pout Lange who t ha stepping tour of ten tnouaand miles jJo Atlantic Cit to Settle return He 7CpeCta1oxirar nit journey 210u YII and cif be 1 will He won a wajB j I f Main KY kinds w walkingfrom npttrvelonexTjenses by selling souvenir WJUtQftptnhfretoLouisvilIean that ppint Fr iikfprt feiiiv w r JIi THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t WomenFlFor nervous tired women we recommend Car dui Cardui is a w mans medicine It acts specifi cally on the female organs and has a tonic building xwhole system It contains no harmful ingredients being a pure vegetable extract If you suffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial i CARDUIJ35 It Will Help You J l Mrs W W Gardner of Paducah Ey tried Cardui and writes Ithink Cardui is just grand I have been usiijr it for eleven years I am 48 years old and feel like a different woman since nave been taking it I used to suffer from bearing down ains nervousness and sleeplessness but now the pains are all gone and I sleep good lbighlyrecommend Cardui for young and old Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES J French Valley t The health of this community is very good at present buislyIpast week but are almost done E now The first quarterly meeting was held at this place by Bro Hulse Sunday night and Monday Mr U T Selby is at Winches ter this week selling his cattle Bro G R AbreU of Glensfork attended the quarterly meeting here Mr Burr Grider of this place has been working at Cumberland City for the past three weeks TaylorrRexroats Sunday night Mr C C Hale our merchant cslis doing fine business now Miss Bulah Rexroat visited her sister Mrs Carrie Stapp near Roy last Friday night Mr Will Eads of Monticello wash e Sunday Mr Lilburn Combest and Miss Lizzie Petty were the guests of Miss Ruth Bryant the 8th and 9th inst Misses Pearl Richards and Enola Selby were shopping in J Esto a few days ago Mr Dave Coffey has his new dwelling house almost completed Mrs Amanda Selby and Miss Lula Holt visited Mrs Edd Richards who is quite sick on f Blast Thursday The school at this place is progressing nicely under the management of Mr M R Hale He is one of Russell counties best teachers and is rendering good service to his pupils Mrs Nola Phelps has been dangerously ill for several weeks but is some better rJIiSs Eva Oaks visited her sis r Lena Hale a few days jago VX Several of the men are attendr tiiiff court at Jamestown this week r Y- I Jr1 1 ito i Berea K yttMt eaIthof this t community fine at present l mceljrSfrf i e r The great Mountain day was enjoyed by everyone The crowd tidied West Pinnlcle fat mans and a great many more =hog passages but I cannot recall the names foirreat parties knorrn tv iIt iifl IJiflqCfrvr 0 eJJyi as the Blues and Whites in Berea are preparing for a series of sports The Blues will cross bats with the Whites Saturday pm and each side expects to win There will be a number of football and basket ball games right soon which are speedily being preparred for Mr Anderson Murrell seems to be very well satisfied with this place at present since he fellin love with a new girl on mountain day and also the little manuscript o f heavenly mes sagewhich he receives weekly from his old girl in Adair keeps him on the sunny side The College Street of Berea is being rapidly remodeled and will soon be paved from end to end and from bank to bank The great contest on field day between the Blues and Whites which will be on Thanksgiving day there will be many stunts performed the organized boat club IAlso effect on Piercen s Lake soon James Hays r Gentrys Mill The people of this vicinity wish to extend their sympaty to the bereft family of Hon D Hadley Death visited the home of Mr LE Anderson and claimed for its victim his darling attribute which was his only daughter The death of Mr J H Smith of Font Hill was greatly lamented throughout thissection Mr Clarence Sincliar and Miss Martha Canada were united in marriage Rev Geo Dehart of ficiating Mr John Gaskins and Miss Susie Voils eloped to Tennessee one day last week Messrs E B Wilson and Wm Brockman who attended church at French Valley conducted by Rev Hulse report the meeting progressing nicely Singing tMtOlive on the 16th was made a great success it being under the supervision of- greatIhbelles of this place r IThe entertainment given bY Prbf L M Wilson at Pleasant Point School house was a success and the ones entertaining were BPitalftywliichwas of the neighborhood atFwhatd ean oralized b tl i StirJi I yriii Iiji i1fia Mr hastjust returned from the standing army is visiting relatives in this vicinity but will return to Cin cinnati where he aims to make his future home Mr Fred Shaw is winding up his business here to locate in Clinton Mr Shaw will be greatly missed He is the only son of the noted Dr Shaw t and a busi ness young man Burton Brosof this placeare in this Somerset this week on business Shaw Shaw are doing a flourishing business with their new shingle machine Mrs Tim Leach and son have been spending a vacation this week at On- oRevSam Leach whohas been confined to his bed for several months is thought to be somewhat better Prof U G Anderson of this place is putting some additioato his domicile which will add great ly to its appearance The carpenters have commenced work on Mr LW Brockmans barn which will sjoon be completed t The sanctified meeting at Free Union of the 16th was largely attended The choir of Sano is now un der the supervision of Prof J H Kerns of Kerns Ky which will render vocal music for the series of meetings which will convene at Free Union soon Prof Paschel Leach is making preparations to go to Indiana Rev Jeff Gentry is trying to dispose of his personal property Mr Gentry means to take up his abode in the swamps of Alabama We are all making great prep arations for the entertainment at Pleasant Point on Nov 5th and expect a large crowd present IIt is thought that Bertram will carry this community by a large majority Fry 7 Wheat sowing is the orderof- the dad o The singing at Fry church is going on its third week conduct ed by Prof Acre and McMahan The health of this community is not very good plenty of bad colds Mr G W Whitlock is back from Quannah Texas at his old stand in the goods business at Fry Mr Mildred Workman died on andtthree little childrenI Miss Mary Buchanan died the third If she had lived until the ninth of Nov she would have been eightyone years old Mr King Clark wife and little son starts Tuesday for Rock Wall Texas to visit her sister Mrs Nonie Squires IMrS Ecta Finn died the tenth pf Oct with that fatal disease consumption She will be sadly missed by all who knew heri A precious one from us has gone A voice we loved is still A place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled v God in his wisdom has recalled The boon hislove hid given And though the body slumBere here The soul is safe in Heaven i ir j Will Promote Beauty j Women es ring getwonder fut from Bucklens Arca Selve it t nisKe s imP h skin seruptioMt orM softJaddvelvety It glorifies the face Cure sore eyes roldrioretcrackedlipe i chapped hawk Beet for bun scalds cliPIi l c rf s j aFS lJ ijfc k k ProgramS Of the Fifth Sunday meeting of second North Concord Association to be held with the Clear Sat1ljdayfollowingDevotional exercises 10 a m What is the best means of con victing men of sin M F Grime and W FJ Wilson Let brotherly love continueJ- M Williams E G Wilson Church pastorsTheir begin ning and character of their- preachingCd L Bradley J S Wkde VvJ v SUNDAY Devotional exercises Bible san tificati n and modernv sanctification compared A L BakerDestitution and needs of ou- rassociationJ S Wade Aaron WilsonBible plan of giving to God and its value to the churchW F J Wilson J IC Grider W F J Wilson W ABreeding E J Walters Committee Obituary The death angel has once more visited the home of Mr Hugh Frank Johnson and claimed for- Littleits victim his only boy Grady He was born May 11th 1008 and died Oct16th 1910 Only a few months have elapsed since his loving mother passed away to her home of rest Little Grady leaves a father and two little sisters anda host of loving relatives and friends not dear friends for Lit 1eep has gone home to be with Jesus and the Holy Angels Little Grady farewell Thou has gone where angels stay Up in Heaven with God to dwell Through that bright eternal day We loved him yes we loved him But angels loved him more And they have sweetly called hi- mITo Yonder shining shore golden gates were opened A gentle voice said come And with farewells unspoken He calmly entered home Mrs J E H Ss n Women Vote If they did millions would vote Dr Kings New Life Pills the true remedy for woman For banishing dull fagged feelings backache or headache constipation dispelling colds imparting appetite and toning up the system theyre unequaled Easy safe sure at Paull Co j25c Picnic fThe party at J DO Pattesons given in honor of Misses Carrie and Nora Bradshaw was a sUC- cess Good order prevailedand all seemed to enjoy themselves We are glad to say that the worse cases of Diptheria we have had in the neighborhood are cbnvalesing and no new ones that we know of been informed that fWehave night of last week belonging to a Mr Baker of Burksville together with its contents was burned We did not learn the loss Mrs Laura Butler of Oklahoma who has been visiting her sister ldrs J D Patterssn for several weeks spent a few days last week visiting friends and relatives in Burksville and returned to this place ar few days ago Mrs Butler will leave in the near future for her home in the West We unders and that ifofbys upinlthegood buwn wand boto be able toiten iroa fr it several nerJl it j J t i v ffWEEKLY i COURIER JOURNflL HENRY WATTERSON Editor 1 Is a National Newspaper Democratic iA It prints all the news without Itpolitics fr-Y The regular price is J OQy but can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL IANOTHE ftD AIR COUNTY NEWS BOTH ONE YEAR e ForL50if youywill give or send your order to thi- spapernot1 to the Courier Journal v r IDaily CourierJournal Yi 600 I I Sunday CourierJournal Yr S200 Ii can give you a combination cut IWe Daily r or Sunday if you will write I t exixixxJ CiXXXXXXX A I Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebakerx I t flilburn k agons1carJ9adof Oliver Chilled Plows I A carload of I Disc Harrowst i A car load of J Cultivators Corn Planters andII One Horse Corn Drills If t Jt WilJ have the greatest and finest display n of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Coaiitry ready for Spring tradefCi i EIME i SALT AN EmENW A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of FarmJt Implements at any station on the U N R R Woo d s on LewisTheMefcfaant Qreensbiifg Ky Mailrthe Mali County NEws and t COiJOllFflLa Isotitk One Year fa i c n 1 t r Ee k t ii tistut r r 1 I t 1 Jl 1 Itlt 1 r 31cs THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 s 1K itJ J Gradyville Vr W T r The first snow of the season X v came last Friday Ta f t v Dr S 4 Taylor of Mqntpe ll lipassed thrU Y pere last Sun day en route toJIell V J A Diddle spent a day or f wu at Greensburg first of the week Judge N H Moss and daughter of Columbia spent a day so here last week Mr J R Tutt of MiU own was in our midst last Fiday Mr J M Wilson has been a critical condition for the pas week r Mr and Mrs Genie Nell iume33 f DrJ H Grady of Columbia spent last Saturday and Sunday with his relatives in our city Mr Geo H Nell and Mr C S Bell are in Louisville this week on business The protracted serviceswill begin at the Baptist church in our city the third Sunday night dn November conducted by the pastor Rev W B Cave of Go lumbia V Mr and Mrs A T Shirrell vis lied in the communities of Co iumbia and Montpelier a few r gays of lastweek TMrs E M Nell of Frankfort tcalled in to see us on her return 4aoni Red Lick last week J F Pendleton left here last- Friday with a carload of hogs and veal calves for the Louis ville marketj Brack Cain received a lot o fancy cattle here last week a prices from 3 to 3 cents pe pound He will ship them to th Louisville market R L Caldwell or the Milltown community was in our midst las Friday and while here bought mule colt from W L Grady fo 60 llrJR Smith onedfow Best farmers was in our midst one day last week and informed yus that he was getting ready as fast as posible to get his large crop of Burley tobacco on the market Mr Smith has a fine crop and certainly win get a fancy price for it V DrL C Nell spent several days in Louisville last week buy ng goods for his firm Our merchant are well supplied with new goods Come and see and cojQvihce yourself Mr S A Harper one of our Citizens and one of our best lgardeners has the cromo for producing the largest and most kYswektPotatoes of any one in this section He transplanted one Hundred slips and made sixteen bushels Some of the potatoes i Weighed six and eight pounds each Now if anybody can beat t It Ithislet us hear from you thorough the News The Grady is good for sweet potatoes as well J y is for corn wheat and tobacco b i Mr C C Stephens who moved vkjto our community from Met 5r til calf county seven yeasagQ and ti bought S a farm fromThosiHughe5 a for 2600 Later he bought an t k other farm from the same Brty L LOr 5500 These two farms ar thYPIHu hesand J DJrF7ower i thsthSi coup y Mr Stephens ae W X11 Miaow isQIie of the belt frm r jt y n inthis community and 8 iiade eatdlof mottty Ii 1t Nti 1 J l w r r 1f2 f z 0 farms and today they better than the day that he them xL He sold as wse w therfarms aview dayso Messrs Wheeler and Bar the Sparksville communi 11500 Mr Stephens last year as well as other gone by fine crops of corn t and tobacco and today in his bar as twenty five pounds of Burley to almost ready for the mar as well as plenty of corn other productions o f this We regret very much to Mr Stephens and family up our community for they been a great stay with us church and Sunday School ino r community and we that they can be suited in and still remain us We must say here that Stephens decided to sell certainly gratified to that Mr Wheeler and Mr bought these farms and r the near future be here their families I think this should demonstraterto every that there isno better on earth than old Adair on the waters of Butlers and Big Creek especially money if you jJ f lonly J q to your business healthof Longstreet this vicinity 1 is Ida Hopper who has bee ill for some time is no bet She is surrounded by a of friends who are anxious to see her recover be well again are hustling about get their potatoes dug before Jack frost visits us J S Wade traded a pair Lthese for a gasoline mill He good service to the pee patronize him r F M Wilson who has sick for some time is t 50 he can walk about J R Grider preached sermon to an atj audience lastSunday at Spring J rock W Brown has been J B Wade came in home days ago from Lexington he had gone to school box supper was postpon the chapel school house last night The entertain was to have been given in of a school library Eldora George who is the is having a successful new school building will te completed at Cleat Our school has been de owing her to the sickness of election will soon be here get every voter to the and roll up a handsome ma for Bertram for his sue in this woes depends upon voters being vat their place lectjondayThis districtt be well represented by Mr Ql from the fact that h-eJ Ide a noble record in th Seriate Mr Powers elec will be no honor to his party to this district because he tooinucli against him j Watkins Ctmpiny 0reMnt cmt fhe bst Compel irorii I aip m tke ColtimbiR wa7r itaad r CkU wtd Mmtj N fi 7ij Absher Mr andfirs Owens Henolrick = son and sony R y were visiting at W P lIng h ams last Sun day cO Mr and Mrs G dRuss nand Miss Annie Robertson were in Campbellsville one daylast week The spelling match aX Egypt last Saturday night was largely attended Mr Chandler has moved his saw mill to Mr S It Jones near here 4j Messrs Ed Murray and Dempsy Rice were in this neighborhood last Sunday Mr Jesse Absher of this place was married to Miss Bessie Wheeler of Knifley last Thurs day Miss Nannie Russell visited Miss Audra Dillingham last Satr urday Mr 0 C Royse of Missouri is visiting relatives and friends at this place It has been twen tythree years sincehe left this countyMr and Mrs Delaney Rebert son and children Mr and Mrs G C Russell Messrs 0 C Royse Sam Grant and Mrs M A Brockman spent last Sunday at H B Robertsons Mr and Mrs JH Morris and children spent Sunday at Mrs Rebecca Speers t Mr and Mrs JvW Absher Satn urday night Messrs Bun Rice and Howard Russell spent SUI day with Ran del Rice Our farmers are busy sowing wheat Miss Nannie Cooley visited at W P Qillingham 3 Monday School at this place is progress ing nicely under the manage Rent of Miss Essie Triplett Mr and Mrs WA RicOand children were at Humphress Saturday and Sunday Mr Nell Rainwater spent las Monday night with Mr Bun Rice 1V- Mrs Mary A Brockman was the guest of Mrs G Cjr Russell Tuesday night 0 Eld M R Gabbert was here a few days ago from Beech Grover Russell county where h held a two weeks meeting re sulting in eight additions to the churchMr PH Bridgwater of near Cane Valley was in this neighborhood one day last week Miss Bessie Gose of Knifley spent last Friday Saturday and Sunday with the Misses Hum phrees Miss Bertha Dillingham and Mrs Harriet Roberts nare on the sick list Mrs Robert Humphress has been visitihgjiev daughters MrSi WHeat and Mrs Grant on Sul phur this week Misses Ella Sylva Humphress were the guests of Miss r Bert e Hutchison last Wednesday night Mr and Mrs C C Joneso f IDimru creek were tisiting the father Mrh D Ab sheri last Saturday and Sunday Mr Ratio Royce in oorilpariy with D Rice left Wednefday for Louisville and pointi in Mis xxm ic xMrs Jame Abdwsc aoi little liter Ollie r rask Dekney RiIatrc rK 1 G LJ t t i i4Np ter Grace visited at Mary A rocket an s1Jisgay and Wed nesday v yMrwas i n this neighborhood last Tuesday 0 M Lum Renfro made a trip to Plum Point one day last week The c operation meeting at Egypt was quite a success A Qof1iMessrs and Olen Robertson Mrs Phil Sherrill andI Mrs Haller Bault were called t the bedside of their mother who f is very ilL MHItown Rev W J Levi is conducting revival meeting at Gilead this week Mr and Mrs Will Hiridman and Mr and Mrs Curt Hindmari visited Mr Clarence Hindman at Gradyville lastSundaylMrs Son IiElizaCorn gathering and sorghum making is the principaloccupa tion of the farmers in this neigh boyhood h J i Odr Methodist pastor will Preac- here the first SundaYin Novem- her Misses NfontraHancrBert Thomas ire Visiting relatives at Neats burg this week On Sunday Oct 23rd friends and relatives gathered a t the home of Mr N B Dohoney near this place and celebrated his- ninetieth birthday When the dinner hour came the tables were loaded with excellent victuals The pies and cakes besides other things were too numerousI to mention Several handsome and useful presents were receiv ed Everyone had a delightful time most especially uncle Pole Those present were Mr and Mrs J W Townseid Mr andMrs J R Tint Mr and tIMrs George Atkins and sons Mrs and RodgersrMr and MrsGA Beard and Sons Mr arid Mrs JA Butler and children Mr and Mrs Gi P Handy a rid sons Mrs Lizzie Thomas Mrs Patre Thomas Mr sonseMr Mr Ed Hancock Mrs Cassius Breeding Mrs Jennie Smith Mrs Chapman Dohoney Misses Birt Thomas Nellie Wag gener MontraThomasMinnie Rodgers Bess Leftwich Mary Smith Messrs Owen Beard JtA Thomas Rollin Caldwell Will- Ed Squires Noeh Thomas Chas Thomas Albert Mercer James Tutt Jr Sam McCaffrey Jim Thomas Valentine Leftwich and Bro Stephens We will not mention the names s of the children gorily with their parents But including all there were about sixtyfive present and plenty of dinner In the afternoon they were en tertained very highiy The young folks wen grape hunting which was enjoyed by all When the church hour came at Sulphur r Spring they UweJ1t he I1r g- fjneof thenpt imerdiwive ger t mons ever delivered by Rev Stephens Ey b04yYiI lil1IUntle Pol mazy zno re 11ears G IIey f ff TS health of the col umtir ceY goodmt praient Ifc aJKIJtJII1iB Ingram l J y 1E j M it3Jq 1 1- 3E Wheat v Drills i I23IE3IBC3l00 Jt I We have both the Empire and SiiReri= or in Six or Eight Disc or Hoe ready forr you to hitch to on short notice ir3IE3E roI I I Fertilizers J That contain the most PLANT food for the least money is what every farmer wants Give us an accurate description Sof your land and we can furnish the V r o grade to suit t N c 4H j 11f The Jeffries Hardware St retf i eInthsGuaraiityh With Everv Pair IMonthsThe J s wear or the equivalent of it in dollars aad ceats SoIdbyUINo other dealer in town can make you such an offer because there are no other shoes on earth oalydealersGuaranteed shoes have never been sold be lore because never before has it been pos sible to make shoes good enough to guarantee The old expensive system of selling to dealers through high salaried traveling men prevented it LL I uesnoyers Six Months77 Shoes 1 WoatThedirect to dealers by letter Thatswhythey derful wearing Qualities are added Won tocan to make the only shoe good enough the leather and it Is made perfectly water promstheymaterials that others cant afford much as ordinary linings THe uppers areThe Swissoa soles are from Swiss hides sewed together by lockstitch machinesThe uppers from Paris Vealsthe toughest using the very highest grade silk thread Best Styles forEvery Purpose T Six Months Shoes arathe finest looking as well as the finest wearing shoes made I orworkmonthshere JfrIn other words tf theeollhoo Should pot give full six months wear we refund more than the proportion fall short Call now while our stock la complete IYocanUC FFEynoIa PATTESONa were at the bedside of their daughter Mrs C G Jeffries who Js very sick Mrs Polly Corbfn of Cane Valley visited her sonrR A Corbin last week v Mr P H Bridgwater was iri neighborhood a few days of last week Mr Henry Johnson ands wife visited the latter s sister Mrs C M Bault last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs WHWilliam theonfamily of A C Wheeler last week Mrs Maggie Burton and her niece Sallie Murphy of Dunn iville are visiting tie formers sister lfrsW L Russell 6f this place twr Mrs Jv Cv Go eand children visited her parents at Golumbia a few days of lslut weelcv Ifa W Fee and wife visited JjfTi J R Watson and wife llu t SYnight andJ Sunday tIbe spoke factocy tt1pfij Vic iraJiR dacys tor a stock of goods iu lw diys We had oar tfroet the lIIDID fthe r i j IRichard Wheeler and brother Ben made a trip to Campbells vine last Wednesday Mr Harry Jones fsat homer m Damrons creek this week with a masheJ thumb Mrs W Hancock spent one CIWh elersJ Mr Frost visited this section and ordered everybody to dig their sweet potatoes and pick their green tomatoes Mr Elzy Young sperifelast Sunday r night with his uncle John i Arnold i IMrghomeIll WMr GC Russell ryas in our town one day last e kiiJsf Mr and Mrs Kirby SimpsoW of Taylor county are fillti 1tr l iter s father Mr Sr t Ke jii ley tn r Cfll Promote BetirtVi f i Womeedg fitty tIJt fat help frd Btbkln1 4rl iiJ 1bappi P skiia fttvetwtsoce eyes ttitfr tricked Tfit fp d birnf Bert Jtr ffYeutibt f rMr tPaull Co if ft7 rf8 l ot t