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F7 ww r w r t Awr7r 7yrJ rr e i tlt jr jjt a p i ccf zi rn f f i1 Abait uurttui NtbJj J n l V 5 VOLUMf XV COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 1910 NUMBER ItFc I INTEREST GREAT L1In Proposed New Railroad to Con x nect Corbin Somerset and HodgenvilleA it ly IT WILL TRIKE COLUMBIAt Hodgenville Kyt Nov 7 Interest in the meeting called for Corbin Friday to discuss plarior securing a railroad connecting Corbin Somerset and Hod genville is great here There has al 1ready been sufficient interest shown in- v the two former towns to attract the at tention of capitalists and the Illinois Central Company The proposed road c would run from Corbin to Somerset t thence to Columbia and via Campbells jville and Buffalo into Hodgenville con necting here with the branch of th Illinois CentraLaThe proposed route would open up a jdiect route for the I C to the coal ields of Southeastern Kentucky and prove a strong competitor of the L N row practically the only coalcarry ing road in tfiat territory Local capi ot lists will work with the Corbin and Somerset people in an attempt to get v the new lineto i i A Jersey Heifer FreeE At Greensburg Ky Nov 14 1910 1 t will offer for sale 20 full blooded Jersey Heifers to the highest bidder for cash orgood note bearing interest at 6 percent and payable six months after t date These heifers are one and two iyears old all good colors and in good vv cokditibn and Should be fresh from De havmgfXltiLambe tbull during the month of Au runningjthbought them 2 After the sale any purchaser pf heif ers may draw one bean from a bag con K taining iJoeans one of which will be a colored bean all others white and t Ethe purchaser drawing the colored bean will be given beautiful Jersey heifer calf five months old Free JEj There will be no by bidding and every h fef Sdior saiewUl j3eROjd This iKth pre ttT tbunch1t heifers ever put on the section of the State andp fine prospects for butter makers family should have one good Jersey coly Come prepared to pay cash or execute good note Will take personal chattel or real estate security Sale Ib at 10 a m Vt t1JOHN A HOBSONt L rStrayed r From Trabu woods two Berkshire boar hogs Any news of them or the ibeturn of the hdgs will receive a reward r11t r 1 jf fYoung Wens Sunday 2j t t i The second Soydf November has long been recogSSed among protestant churches as youpif mens Sunday It is h ythe beginning of the week of prayer in behalf of young men which is observed i vfi the world over bytbe Y M C A At the Presbyterian church the Rev L R Crawford will givdspecial message 19 young men ori1ie worth of noble ideals at the hour All jourig men are c4aialJyinvited to be present f ijwant to buy a good milkfcco- wC H McB Columbia Ky t Mrs Edwin Rhogave2 delightful bid euchre party to fat number of her friends Thursday afternoon at her home on Dorchester Avenue The orations which were Very pretty decI artistic were chrysanthemums and ted plants and the cradle shades were pink and orange Tbtre were eight ables The first pri aa picture head cDw won by Mrs MS Callison the J econd prize a piVtur iiasawarded to Mra Robt RalstOn 2Cnfe consolation prize pretty stein was given to Mrs JWm Sampson D eli refreshments Iter6 seryed at the coaSasion of the Barnes Middlesboro RiSSwd iV Mr Leslie Chapman r is a sales twithaverYi1 Was transferring empty boxes to the Abasement and losing his balance fell dgwn the steps cutting a gash an inch eseande1I as considerably hurt aft Hfeound pii drlledhe proceed l hnis 1sinea and can now be fiat the ready to wait upon tri it l Ih WOrtaof N btldea i1i Fictc kng tilt be the them off jJ I QrjVo atjx forJ ItlwJlH rtflyi A f 1 tI l Fifth Sunday Meeting A mcst interesting session of the Fifth Sunaay meeting of the Russells Creek Association was held atthe Brush Creek Baptist Church Green county Ky on the 29th and 30th days of October 1910 After devotional exercises by Rev William Kirtly the meeting was called o order by E M Blakeman Chairman of the Executive board E M Blake man wa elected Moderator and H S Robinson Secretary The Duty of our people to missions and District missions wereably discussed by brethren W J Bale J JyStearman W J Coakley W W In Tam H S Robinson Rev L B Ar vin Rev T E Ennis and Rev William Kirtley Great interest was awakened along the line of missions and especially District Missions Rev L B Arvin the Evangelist for the Russell Creek Asso Bc was most cordially and enthusi received by all the people At the Sunday session the Sunday School questions were discussed after which a most earnest and instructive sermon on the question of missions was preached by Rev T E Ennis A most bountiful dinner was spread on the grounds Saturday The next Fifth Sunday meeting of the Associa 281andr Howerton Rev L B Arvin and aulP Smythe were appointed a committee to prepare and have published the program for said meeting Died at South Louisville Ben Vaughan a young man about eighteen years old a son of Mr and Mrs B B Vaughan died at South Louisville Sunday night Several years ago his parents removed from Columbia and have maae their homein Marion and Jefferson county since leavirg Adair The deceased was a victim of blood poison He was a very indus trious young man and his death is a serious blow to his parents The re mains were brought to this county and yardIwere expressing the deepest sympathy for the sorrowing parents brothers and sisters Secret Wedding Announced At a small gathering of friends at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Henry Dahringer last night announcement was made of the marriage of Miss Bettie Dahringer to Mr CIo Slierrill which has been kept secret for several weeks While at tendingthe State fair in Louisville they decided to get married and went to Scottsburg Indon Sept 12 the ceremdny b eing pronounced by Rev J F Ervin a Methodist preacher of that cityThe bride is a handsome and popular young lady She has been bookkeeper for Adams Wayne for some time The groom came to Lebanon from Adair county in Sept 1909 and has since been employed at McKnights barber shop By his gentlemanly bear ing and attention to business he has made many friends here The Marion Falcon We are receiving new stock in our Ladies Readytowear Department coat suits cloaks waists c altered and a fit guaranteed without extra cost- Russell Co Lived But a Few Minutes A little babe that was expected to bring much happiness to its parents Mr and Mrs Harry V Denver was torn last Thursday night Nov 3dbut d only a few minutes It wa s christened Kathrine Marcum The in terment was in the city cemetery Fri day afternoon While the hearts of the parents bleed they have the sympathy of this entire town JonesIburned some time ago rapidlyIimproving and that he will soon be able to leave home The accident caused him to lose a great deal of valuable time When the recent fire at Campbells yule was first reported the statement was made that the Buchanan Lyon Co lost 3 600 The statementwas incor rect Their loss was about 2300 thirteen hundred dollars less than was first reported r Rev LB Arvin of Campbellsville wHl asaist the putrinta meeting a Gradyville commencingth firstfSuHi1 4xnjecembertfto a b 4 rrsno t many di1JItilt lith kt3fdr CUD uaii are iiato bepl tifulmIMM ptrt of the 4J ir COlUMRIAAND BURKESVILLE Mr John Lee Walker and Miss Mary Ritchey to Wed this Evening at 9 Oclockr CEREMONY BY REV A It KASEY This evening at 9 oclock Mr John Lee of Columbias best floungmember of the firm of Russell Co will be married to Miss Mary Ritchey an accomplished daughter of Mr John H Ritchey an influential and popular citizen of Burkesville The cermonyb will be impressively said by Casey formerly the pastor of the Methodist Church here but who at this time is stationed at Hopkinsville The rites will be solemnized at the h romepresence of relatives and a few special friends The parlors will be handsomely decorated with evergreens and flowers making the home beautiful and the marriage scene most attractive Thursday morning the couple will leave for the home of the intended grooms parents Mr and Mrs J D Walker Gradyville and Friday they will arrive in Columbia and at their cozy home on Jamestown street which is in readiness to receive them and where friends will gather to greet them In the culmination of this marriage Burkesville loses one of her most charming young ladies who will be greatly missed from society meets as she is exceedingly popular with all the young people of her home town She comes to Columbia not an entire Stranger asshe often visited here m9king many friends and acquaint ancesand where she will be given a happy welcome The groom to be is not only popular in Columbia but he is wellknowrathroughout the county of genial gentleman upright in all his transactions with a bright future be fore him in testimony of the popularity of this very deserving couple they will re ceive many handsome presents That they may live long and at all times be surrounded with everything that goes to make life happy is the wishof The Adair County News Randcos shoes for tender feet at RusssII Cos Wanted sCLL The addresses of the following Miss Ella Birk Cecil Basham Lind sey Cleaver Gray Cleaver Wm P Cams 1 S Flanagan Mrs Sarah Cl Harvey Alma Thomas Fannie Lola and Mrs Rratzer J C Lena Myrtie Lee and Georgie Ann Morrison Cassie Propes Stella and Lee Taylor Mrs Sarah C Wright The above have their names enrolled on our church register and I have been unable to locate them To give me the address of any one or all of these will be appreciated Truly- B M Currie Pastor Methodist Church Columbia Ky For Sale or Rent I have a comfortable cottage containing six rooms all in good condition located on Frazer Avenue for sale or rent There are good outbuildings tf Dr Jas Triplett The Northern Egg and Poultry Com pany which went out of business in Columbia Greensburg Campbellsville and Lebanon sold their all coops etcto the S H Grinstead Co It is reported that during the eighteen months the North ern Egg arid Poultry Co did business in the towns mentioned it bought over 300000 worth of stuff 100000 paid outat Cpliimbia Watkins Company 1 represent one of the best Companies in the world I am on the Columbia square eyery Monday Call and seem y goods and get my prices Jno B Grant The following ladies were entertained at dinner by MrsW B Rowe last J3HuJtNanniegaret Tucker Jo Coffey Jr Rotlin Hurt J B Coffey A Hunn JP Do oneyLesli 1sonr It is spoken of as sumptuous affair and highly enjoy able lrTimF Collins grew a pumpkin ihis en this year that measured 48 inches in crcumference and was 2 ihcfrM long He did not weigkjit b I- 4jtWU1LbCOUldCk J T 11 MOfldWUCOUflt7OUDd 1 Lr crowd wa jn town V 1 Vote of Adair County Yesterday was an ideal day but the- iulLvote of Adajr County was not polled Mr Bertram received J601 votes and Mr Powers 1556 making Bertrams majority in tie county 45 Mr Brents the Socialist received a vote here and hre but no attention was paid to that ace He probably polled ten votes in the county The election was very quiet throughout the day and the Democrats arje very much gratified at the result as the county is about three hundred Republi can Many Republi ans were dissatis ed with the nomination of Powers and id not vote for him In the City election George Coffey defeated Oliver Willis for Town Marshal by eight votes The stock law carried in East Colum ia precinct by 18 majority The stock law in the Rbley precinct lost by 190 majorityIThe following table shows the votein the Congressional race between Bert am and Powers f f PRECINCTS f r jEast63GrdywI11e 94Elroy fiWhItetL1tre13t3Egypt73 153PellytonTOTALm 1601 1556 Bertrams majority45 Death of an Estimable Young Lady The many who were friends to Miss Eflle Montgoneryone of Adair County best young ladies will be sorry to learn that she is dead The end came at her late home yesterday forenoon She was sick for eight or ten weeks reccing the best attention but the skill of physi ciatis could not bring relief She was a sister of Eld W G Montgomery and had many relatives throughout the county The funeral services were con ducted today by Eld Z T Williams many relatives and friends being in at tendance For Sale My house and eleven acres of land outside the town limits in the Graded School district Good well and plenty ro tbuildings J W Jackman 523t Marriage Licenses Mr Walker Bryant County Court Clerk issued marriage licenses to the following persons during the month of OctoberPeter Bryant and Ethel Bryant C A Sinclair and Martha E Canada M E Richards and Lizzie Bryant J E Bry ant and B M Combest J W Abshe and Bessie L Wheeler E T McCaC free and Addie E Troutman Thos C Eioy and Mary H Bridgewater Leon ard ffiJonesand Hattie Bradshaw Richard Rupe and Emma Rupe Esco Moss and Edith Bennett Junius Bryant and Myrtie Shepherd George Sin clair and Ettie Bryant Married in Jeffersonville Miss Robbie Chandler of Campbells ville who spent last yer in Columbia taking art under Miss Tillie Trabue and Mr Charley Graham a young business man of Lebanon were married in Jeffersonville Ind last Sunday are receiving new stock of under IWe hosiery gloves mufflers wool ISkirtsgownsc this week Russell Co The Revival Meeting at Hebron CalI ducted by RM Gabber the District Evangalist for the fourth district has resulted to date in ten additions to the Church and the interest is increasing Eld Gabbertisa promising yung preacher and a successful evangalist Mrs ZT Wiliaras will speak at the Christian Church next Sunday morning instead of Eld Z T Williams1he being in a meeting at Roley Subject Woman and her mission as taught in the word of God Rev A R Kasey Will preach at the Methodest church tomorrow night Services will begin about 730 11erelthrom to Rex Hollad yi aftfteen jr Hold 1M of Mrl Elkii Holliday 7dtt ifortune to break on ofLb1th 0 ly It wek Ha w asix- rJintti anotlwc boj wlMa tW accidit t I s Honor Bestowed The following not ce is froma Vanal styne Texas paper and the subject is a nephew of Dr W F Cartwright this place The young mans father is a native of this county Honors are again the portion of Moore Cartwright son of Dr and Mrs T S Cartwright Last year he was award ed first premium at the art exhibit of the State Fair his splendid painting The Bathe winning over the productions of many celebrated artists Moore is nowattending college at Den- ton and has but little time to devote to his painting which is a natural talent in which he has had no professional training but he contrived to produce mother offering Hope which won second honors this week The work of this young man is destined to give him front rank among artists of the world should he chose to give attention to and develop a remarkable talent His friends here were nQt aware that he would be among thecontestants at the Fair this year and have not seen his latest production but it affords them genuine pleasure to know that our young townsman gains deserved recog nition among the best artists of Texas and adjoining statesaIoticeto Taxpayers All taxes that are unpaid on Df c 1st are subject to the penalty and cost as xed by law Persons wishing to save his extra cost should settle before th bovea named date as I am compelled t close up for the year 1910 and will and after said date proceed to force a cola 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 Co Attacked by a Band of Wild Dogs 2Rattorney and politician who is widely known in the State had a thrilling ex Derience last afternoon with a gang ot wild dogs which had infested this community for more than a year The dogs were chasing stock on Judge McDow ells place and with his repeating rifle in hand he started after them When the vicious canines espied Judge Mc Dowell they turned upon him He fired rapidly and killed four of the pack and wounded two others and the rest fled Numerous small dogs around town have been eaten alive by the vicious whelps that roam the fields at night and stock of all kinds is attacked al most nightly A dozen dogs have been killed on the premises of G R Davis near town in the past six months but not until the canines have killed dozens of sheep and calves Upon investigation it was proved that the wild dogs had taken up their abode oh the premises of Judge McDowell They lived under aJiuge rick of fence posts and the bones of dogs cats and other animals were found in the den IA new stock of Sweaters Togues and this week at Russell 8 Co Listen Farmers Did you know the most valuable thing on your farm was the manure you pro duce The only way to handle it is with a manure spreader I sell the best makes on the market Call or write me at Columbia Ky Hugh M Noe tf The spelling at Tabor Church which was pulled off last Friday night was very much enjoyed by the many whoI were present Mrs Leonard Jones awarded the prize as the best speller Therewill be a box supper at Tafibr I Thanksgiving Henry Altscher will be in Columbia next Monday to buy mules and horses Mules from 12 to 16 hands 4 to 7 years old Horses 15 to 153 4 to 7 years old Must be in good flesh r I have on my farm a fine Jersey Duroc male hog The fee at the gate wilfbe 100 W C Van Hoy Mrs No pohoneys farm lying on the pike four miles from Columbia was sold to the highest bidder last Monday J A Harmon became the purchaser at 3800 There are about ninety acres m theSarm r Edwin Wilson who left here two weeks ago for Jamestown Tenn seek ing hea1t1 writes his home peolthi haajnd ver4podid hthe is gting ilooif finely v t Bring iourbort tsd nMtlis to Co rnbi nzt M scIy iHsrj Akeki WitbS cstpy- ti k VSA i j r The Weighing Social f The weighing social and box supper Saturdayevesum of 51 21 was realized Mr John j2 lOwers and Miss Pearl Hindman wer appointed on a committee by Mr Wil son to assist in selecting books for starting the new library Nearly every family in Columbia was represented at j the social and for several hours the merriment knew no bounds All the young girls connected with the school had a box each which were sold to the highest bidder many of them bringing over two dollars The library will be quite an addition arid Prof Wilson and his associate teachers should be con gratulated on the unique plan adopted for raising a goodly sum of the money Death of John M Wilson Mr John M WiJspn vehcr lived twov t miles east of Grady vilfe i1ied laStSat f urday forenoon The end came sudldenly He was sitting in a rocking chair in the family room and died alone his sister who lived with him having walked into another appartment of the house He was an exFederal soldier nd was one of the best citizens ofJAdair county The funeral services were conducted by Rev Payne and the interment was in the Wilson grave yard The deceased was about 70 years 1 old Very quiet election in Adair purity Thanksgiving comes on Thursday the 24th inst Diptheria in this county has about run its course w t The acreage of wheat sown in tfiis county is very large t The Congressional elections are o rand the State campaign is oh J Nick Conover sold to Bennett Herriford 4 head of cattle for 165 Tim Cravens bought the Murray tract of land 83 acres last Monday for 1 450 p A Sweater found The owner can have it by payingior this notice CalL here But little stock on the market last Monday Tard but few head changed hands I Lovers of the sport have been having great times catching possum and coon An infant child of A H Clark Mt Carmel neighborhood died last Saturday night 4c 1 Mr GeE Wilson and wife have taken rooms in the Myers residence r the Winter irt Mr and Mrs Marvin Young haverev4 moved to their handsome new residence i on Burkesville street ri lA For the next two weeks Rev Wf B Cave will be in a meeting at Pleasant Ridge Church near Greensburg Mr Jesse Sapp who lives on the Newbold farm grew a pumpkin this year that weighed sixtyfive pounds Mr W H Flowers residence win soon be completed and Mr W To POT n honeys is moving rapidly to a finish L The moving picture show that sturcfc t this town three weeks ago is still moving Show every night this week r Eld J Q Montgomery is assisting X RId Z T Williams in a meeting tiRoe The services commenced lasfrV night The ladies of the Presbyterian Church will hold a bazaar in the room next to The Paull Drug Co the first week in December Judge Burththrum and Judge Roi4Tarter spoke here last Wednesday to af very light audience in the iritrestof Caleb Powers Theapproaching election and county court brought a arge crowd toColtik bia last Monday The businessmen eri joyed a good trade throughout the day v Eld Z T Willinm and Mrs wnic hauls closed a meeting at His villevf y Barren county last week Much in terest was manifested throughout the services Unten Thanksgiving Mryices willbe- Indat 4Ie Methodist burch and Rev f tt p HHrtoo of theBaptW Chur- chpshwill tk irmoa There llw A spssisl tosfc r 41 t 111 a iit r r grtiTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS tt Weather Proohet l Down around Hartford theres aN weather prophet that is right 5pn t ejoh Listen to what he flias to say In the first place our last slighwt drops in the temperature in De rcember began in January and continued until September TheI law of compensation holds goo in nature as in other things and white it may be mOlE variable in weather conditions than in things it is not to be set aside as f impossible It is at least reason able to believe that our last win ter period having been abnor mally prolonged the coming season may be shortened by way of compensation This seems to be verified by other indications no ticeable to the observant student of nature The corn shuck is not thick and heavy the outer barkof trees and shrubs has as sumed no extra thickness and the blackbirds are dailywconsultations with a view of re maining with us and thus saving the trouble of their customary migration At least the voluble chattering of the noisy creatures possesses a note of joy and satis fiedcontentment unusual at this season of the year He also says that his goosebone taken from afowl raised especially to foretell the weather and killed when conditions were just right foretells that the month of De cember will be one of the pret tiest on record and that Christmas week will be a beautiful sunshiny one and well have to enioy our merrymaking without the inspir ation of snow Following this pretty spell will be a period o rain and slush that will last through the first week in February when it will turnoff clear and coldand crisp This ideal weather will be broken up b hard March rains that will soon usher in the Spring which will come unusually tly o Selecting the Seed Corn rr j At this time of the year there is nothing so important to the farmers of the country as the selection of a supply of good seed corn The use of a little care in the selecting curing and testing of seed corn will result in a great increase in the total yield of this crop and its importance can not be too strongly emphasized Professor R A Moore of the University of Wisconsin Experiment Stationv has just written a r circular which gives the neces sary details m compact form z The first steps toward better seed corn for next year must be taken in the fall by selecting the seed ears from the stalks in the field says Professor Moore The corn should be allowed to mature well on the stalk By se i 1 ectin7te earliest maturing ears n is them from the stalk sK soon as the husks begin ol turn yellow which is a common 41 practice earliness is secured at K the expense of vitality t A slight frost will not injure l cop if it is well matured and it is better to rn the risk of a s i fcfrosfc than to pick the ears too 3t r iof early The latter part of the growing season seems to am thrco greatlyVia x r1t Pistk ing secure ears which10 ii Y are- feet attached to the falkb9Ptf f iixhtee above the gr6uMi flh f r r 0 Those ears which grow either thigh or very low upon the stalk should be rejected as they are undersirable having character sties which we do not desire For the same reason we should avoid ears with very short or long shanks or from deformed stalks Go into thee field after the husks on the ears have turned yellow and select the well form ed ears from good stalks Put them in sacks or baskets and thre field and husk It is well to fol low definite rows in securing seed corn otherwise a large iium bee of good ears are missed After the corn is husked many ears will be found imperfect and should be discarded Onlytbose ears should be retained for curing for seed that are of good form Seed corn should be put into the ce for curing the same pdaYtrestle taken from the field c Nee More Pretty Teachers v The cry comes from theS northwest espeqially from Washington and Oregon f o more school teachers Those who go there marry so fast that the demand for female teachers is always greater thtn the supply This may be a scheme to get pretty school mams to come to those states b y stating the possibilities eventualities If so it isa pretty good one At anyrate especisally those whose charms have not been fully recognized at home Good teachers are in de mand everywhere however seLlect wives are as thick as leaves In Vallambrosa or Kentucky es pecially in and around Columbia Nowhere in the world can iYn Old Kaintuck Thek ally Curious Thing President Stryker of Hamilton College discussing Theodore Roosevelt the topic of the times by common consent says In New York he is one thin and in Kansas another In Massachusetts he embraces Lodge in Indiana he put his arm around Beveridge InN e w York he talks against bosses and in Cincinnati he kisses them lOne of the most curious things is that he does not realize how funny he is Col Roosevelt is not without a sense of humor Perhaps he does realize that his recent la hors in the field of psuedo reJ form are not withious thing is that so small a proportion of the people fail to grasp the fact that the oratorical flipflaps he has been doing since summer consti tute entertainment for the auoli tor whose appreciation of comedy is well developed rather than convincing argument to persons who have taken him seriously as a reformer The Colonel isHa amops n cuss We enjoy his perform ance immensely But we like to be excused from Loki him seriously as anythngbq an advocate of the eminence Of Theodore Roosevelt 0 r f the contest of the wlllpf tJJiti borne Lisle a wealthy Clark county farmerbiinker 1 feeing held at a ajpecial 1xwm ojf rcuife Courtin a nah t wrto Picket Shreves the little son of Wc I Rodgers has been very sick for the last few Jays Charley Tarter who has been down vithfever for some time is improving Our school is getting along very nicely with Miss C Shirley as Teacher G W Whitlock who returned from Texas a few days ago has purchased the same property back that he sold before he left and is now in business again at Fry The spoke business at this place is doing a very goodxbusir ness There was a very severe snow storm here on the 28 inst MrGi W Dudley is getting lots of corn to grind at his mill since the new crop came in Mrs Sena Kemp and her sister was visiting in aylorcou 1 iaThereis a singing school goin gonby Mr Willie Acree rHolland the little son of W G Pickett was on the punylist a few days last week toIbaccoand some one might do well to buy it as there is some good to bacco through here Hogs is very scarce through here lots of people havent enough to make their Toria meatI Misses Lucy Kizzie and Ollie Ogden who have been visiting at W F Flatts returned to their home at Edmonton one day last week Mrs Matthew Akins is very sick at this writing W F Flatt was at Edmonton last week and while there ate aly tomato from a vine that measured 16 feet high But the one at Longstreet beats all Mrs Lizzie Reece wife of Lee Reece died othe 19 at6 oclock funeral at the Red Lick Doekk The writer was in your city weeksMiss Lillie Turner who has been visiting the writer and family returned home one da last week Arvin Turner who has been i Illinoisfor the past nine months while there got in a very low state of health He returned last week and he says he is much im proved W G Turner who has been making Illinois hisNhome forth past two years isin on a visit Mr WF Conover who at ait Louisville returned home last week and reported a nice time aMr and Mrs N P Janes who toria month or two returned home one day last week Mr S Neat was calling on N R Roach one day last week Robertsonrig ter Mrs Logan Rowe of this place last Week Badinage In Vermont Jl MSMarieD essler has s plc tureique reeiincejn yeinon il1ik ilh Ya iontlzlz lwy srairl in an i al r 4Y view in Boston The railways are too slow The people on the other hand are quick In repartee and badinage there is no quicker man living than your Vermonter An old farmer in my neighborhood fell ill last Summer and it was feared that an operation waes very weak and his physician called in a specialist from Bos tonVThe specialist after examining the old man agreed that an operation was advisable But he said wed better wait and let him get stronger be fore we cut into him At this the old farmer frowned and muttered in a weak voice from the bed Say professor what do you take me fora cheese l i Farmingdale Ill 1910Ydithr News awhilge seen any news from this part of the sucker State I thought I would give your many readers a few items tThe weather is fine now buS whiteIside of winter by sending us a snow that would make a man draw up and shake a little This is a fine country possessed with many faults namely cold weather hot weather hard work This is no place for ai loafer If a man cannot work 6 days in a week he will have to 23 The people are beginning to husk their corn now and arm need of more mete as the yield is very large Corn running from 45 to 85 bushel per acre But says some we dont like to work in Illinois Why Because they want us to work 6 days out of every I weekIlove my old home state I love the people of Kentucky and it does me good to come back to mold Y childhood home and travel over the hills and go to the places where I played just twen ty years ago Having had the pleasure of making the old State a visit 8 months ago I met quite a few of my old friends which I will name Frank Shepherd T A Pollard C M Pollard GA Brockman C W Pollard J FI ToddqJ R Tutt and Geo Todd and tnmention Miss Leathie Brockman has turned home to Kentucky after making a short stay with rela lives in Illinois electiotn day here and we expect to elect the Democrat ticket cle through I will give Hurrah f the News Stamp out the Powe- sm r i and boost the other candidate Well I must get another et of coal and hug my fireunt the wind changes John Brockmanv jNot Sorry for Blunder Ifiy friends hadfht blundered woofn s not now buhrg Ky but for years they saw every at tempt to cure a ngrackingcoulhfaiL At laat I tried Ir KinggNew ery The effect was 1erfuI It atopped the cough and 1 am now ia bet ter health than Jhere had for year 1IIUiyaltiaMtbmaI croup hemorrlwgM w t 1fleeaerll QA t az i t J i Ozark Miss Effie Montgomery is lying very low About a week ago she was given up by her physi cians and friends but she has revived some since Mr A R Nethery and wife of Clinton county and Miss Hal Ellis of Pellyton Mr and jlie Kent BryanJ Mr and Mrs J Gabbert visited at the home of x Mr and Mrs T J Bry ant last Sunday Mr John White wife an childremwere guests fMr W J Gabbert and wife a few days a gotMrsHudson and Mrs Mollie Hudson visited Mrs T J Bryant one day last week The spelling at Conc rd was very interesting The best order ever saw at spelling rI Mr Albert Bryant who is get along nicely at Oak Grove gave a spelling one night last week Mr B 0 Hurt of Russell lastIweek enroute to Columbia Rev Black new pastor preach ed his first sermon at Clea pring last Sunday Those who heard him are well pleased preachels occasionally to the people He is is studying for the ministry Luther is a worthy young m n- and we wish him success May hisIwork Bro Wyatt Montgomery and family of Moreland are at the sistereMiss Effie Montgomery Misses Lula Bryant and Torn mie Maupin visited Miss Nannie Bailey of Craycraft one night last weeks as Fuel lice at 23 degrees cOnSidjerstance but it is as much hotterI than liquid air as the which bread is baked is hotter than the ice A tea kettle partly filled with liquid air and placed on a cake of ice receives so much heat from the ice that the liquid air soon boils vigorously and the boiling can be made more violent by adding a few lumps of ice If the normal temperature o the earth were at the freezing point of air and we could obtai a block of ice such as is distri buted by the iceman of today such ice could be usedfas fuel andwould be put into the fur naces instead of coal Popular Mechanics a lylatearorhuge boa constrictor which escaped from Ringling Brothers circus at Monticello ten years ago is believed to have mated creatingit a which does not appear in the lencyclopedia At least that is men who claim to theirnr habits The discovery was made by Duane Kerr a farmer while at work ona piece of wild hind snakesns and by the use dynamite kill ed five of them The largest in asured eyQn feet Jiyeahches Tireinekrsh cok rand d iiwtly awttkd XelrIG he 1atit f ft t heard a loud and loo ed iupHuge arbY thedynaIthe explosion which followed revealed five snakes which when gfundrrt p Proud of Ills Prospects f j frLouis Pierre was one of a mum herof Canadian immigrantsho hedhe rapidly became a ri1 hof im poi Lance and vas successively elected to the offices of titymar shal coroner and justice ofthe peace dispute arose between the IA and English settlersas to superiority of the United States over the Canadian provin ces They finally agreed to leave the decision to Judge Pierre wo handed down this decision Yoost tage a look at irte Ferst dey triage met constaBpl den coroner une now joosticpf de pees Soon I be ze govern ir den senator den president I Canardaire fore dey mage me queen Circle Magazine Foes Only During Debate ITh late John J InSalls setfa vvrd Kansas Jet loose in e senate one day about Conkljhgy Hancock and severalother des r languished people His remarkst were particularly severe Joe Blackburn then senator from Kentucky was chosen to answer Ingalls and he tooka good deal of hide off the brilliant itKan hasIwas giving of his lifes blood on the heights of Gettysburg while the senator from KanVps was skulking along behind regiment of Kansas ayhawkerS strmgfhpse jayhawkers in tip capacity of judge advocate 1r robbing hen roosts There was more of the same thoughtIa Blackburn unafraid After the senate adjourned Blackburn and Ingalls met Mace tr fontfM carnagenIIngalls stopped looked squarely into andIBlackburn glared back Joe sWHgalis putting out his hand J5stt this cruel war overP v IHIt is 11saidmckbi1rii taking the offer Aha1id andthey went off arm ih sine =Saturday Even mg Pest 0 j i Will Promofe Beautv L 1 Women desiring beauty get wonder Salveireruptions sores end boils It inakeu the skin soft and velvety It lbriffee theface Cures sore eyee coldforee cracked lipg chap- pedhands Beat for burns scalds- r war ogres cUt8rusit es and piles 25c at Paull Drug Co Atthe next session of Con will recomr gmeniltbatthestig erates on magazines and periodicals be chaiiged Tadyertisingpagee aiidvToadmg rater iIlIfsep rated and a high p on adyert ihg porllpnj News pipers will j pfrV be jiAicted by the ropcM aiittx AI1i Tric1HEADATRcouN1Y NEWS r LJN Time Card p Ift eff t1dondayDec311m SOUl BOUND r VLV LoUISVILLE AK LEBANON t NO27 y 700 am 942am No23i815am 1004 am No79 505pm 740 pm No21tS1O pm 1000 pm o i f 900 pm NORTHBOUND fKAIN LViliBIJANON Alt LOUISVILLE pl24 54S 750 anr 11 bj78 732am 1015 am o28430p 655ptn 1 22628 pm 815pm fo 2v 732am lOdBam Noa 92 and 93 are Suritfay trains only j WIUORS HOTEL W M tUiaiVlOlE Pitop itk FirstClass Table Good Sample Room Feed Stable 4 Reasonable Rates GRftDYlIILk RYI SeD Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON eSpecial A It re tin t Eye- sJJ Fjstulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gicalwork done at fair prices 1 aIr well fixed t6 take care of stock MOT ey due when work is done or stock removed from JLOCAJONNFAR stablesILL ON =Sri rRes Tione Office Phone 40 Xf Dr4 esTriplstl De isf JEFFRSE1BLOCK t COLUMBIA I KENTUCIO 17Ib Slbunbar wcnttt t li L OFFICE FRONT RpOiiS IN JEFFRIES B U fl DAN G PHONE NO 401 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY i Joseph H Stone 4 AttoneyAtLaw fl Will practice in V t this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky rQJtM E JONES J lnrySurgeon and Dentist xv Columbia KentuckyI i Special attention given to Deijtfstry Dlsj useS of he Ere Poll Evil Fistula and all Other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes OFFICELocated in barn bacJ of Han Bocic Hotel hJ A 11tE j ti W Adair County iJ Ut News f J Jlfl Yiif And Il 4- ti01jJournalOn 1 YearFor 1 J t I150 1 1 t 1 i i N i J- I Columbia Districtist Round Renox Jones church Oct 2930 Bear Creek Parrish church Oct 3iNov 1 Pey toiisburg Pleasant Hill Nov 4 Burksville Burksville NoT 56 Albany Oak Grove IJov 1213 Clinton Fairview Nov 14 Thurlow Mt Lebanon Nov 1920 Greensburg Howards f church Nov 2122 Spurlington and Early Earlys church Nov 2324- Gampbellsville Cir Mortons church Nov 26 27 Campbellsville Sta Dec 34 Mannsville Merrimac Dec 5 Casey Creek Christian church Dec 6- Cane Valley DecJL Grady ville Pi ketts Church Dec lOrll Columbia and Tabor Dec 1112 Temple Hill Dec 1718 Tompkinsville Dec 2021 West Tompkinsville Fountain Run Dec 2425ITL Hulse P E Columbia Ky Picnic r We ire having the severest t spell of weather perhaps ever khovvn inKentucky in October The tent meeting conducted by the holinesslpeople began at BreedingSaturday night of last week JCD Patterson Melvin Petty Jim and Will Tom Patterson made a business trip to Columbia- a few days ago Mrs Laura Butler who has been visiting her sister Mrs Pattersonfor a few weeks pass d left one day last week for Edmonton where she wilJ visit for several days after which she will leave for her Western home MisslNora Brads law who is clerkingat PettieV store went to Columbia one day last week Theparty given to the young people by Mr and Mrs J D Patterson onlast Saturday night week in honor of Misses Nora and Carrie Bra shaw was a success I The store of Eo A Stow Co at Paducah was destroyed by fire with a loss of 15000 partly covered by insuranceS free Dyspepsia I Sample Sufferers from indigestion are vak peppermintlozenges cures are only makeshifts in the cure ofso troublesome a complaint as chronic indigestion What Is required Is butwhichnormallytan eonItamsWe know of no remedy that combines these re UsSyrupa quarter of a century laxafiveconst1patlonstomach sick headache and similar corn strengthenand natUrallyFannieStuartBlackburnNo convincecipepsia cures etc were at best onlytemporary reliets They first accepted hottiewho forwards name and address Later tHroughthetreeof their druggist at fifty cents and onedollar a bottle pleaeeatpgJXe tothefree of charge Explain your case In a detailForta1Crdoredrew ig Dr W B Caldwell RSM Cald ll building K tIceHo r 1fi r t Short Arm Jabs From the Commoner There are people who continue to applaud the man who paraphrases one of the original Ten Commandments thinking that he is the original discoverer of the idea 7 The indications are that Sun ny Jim is s ffringfrDrn a fem porary eclipse It seems judging by recent Republican primaries that when President Taft tried to put the pie counter ball across he rather foozled the put The latest edition ofMr B tl nes of New York seems destined to appear on the bargain counter set aside for damaged goods Isnt it rathertrange that the president do snot solve the Bal linger trouble by puttingRichard Achilles on the supreme bench We are not so much interested- in Piof Garners efforts to train monkeys to talk as we are hi some scheme to prevent a lot of monkeys from talking so much Secretary Ballinger conveys the startling intimation that he is about to point put a few black kettles ii they do not immediately refrain from animadverting upon his own collection of sooty pots Our Republican brethern seem to be getting together for the sole purpose of ascertaining how far apart they can knock another The Call of ihe South The census returns the crop harvests the minning and manu prosperityI that section all concentrate upon the South the attention of the people not only of the United States but of the world The States South of Mason and Dixons line now having the same influx of population the same increase in the activities of the business affairs the same rise in values of real estate as had the States of the Middle West a half century ago and the great Northwest experienced in the seventies and eighties of the last centuryBut wemQ t think for one moment that the South has nearly rerched its zenith of wealth pros perity and influence Its fertile soil and balmy cli mate invite scores of millions of producers who will add to the resources ofthose States and the nation nowIIonthe shrewd and sturdy Westerners t alike appreciate the advantages of theSouth encircledon the north and west by a popula tion largely dependent upon its products and its patronage and upon the east and the south by the oceans which give it access to all the ports of the world The South contains in itself all the natural element of a power ful nationr Its sail it mines its natural resources so numerous and so varied its rivers its ports its position upopJittie continent and its relitivepositiollwithth states of sU hgreaterriorqt climate are magnets to those who desire healthwithwealthease with prosperity v Medical nius has ireed it from the dreadfulfevers tli t j f and today its Atlatic and Gulf coasts are sanitariums for ther world r Great as has been the gain of population by the South for two I decades the next ten years will show greater gain than the wenty that have passed Kentucky News The surviving two of the tirp letgirls born to Mr and Mrs S D Miller in Fayette county died and all three were buried in the samp grave Mrs Bessie K Jacobs diedat Lexington of appendicitis Gov Wilson app ind Joseph West Justice of the Peace in Whitley county Conditional pardons were granted by Gov Willson to Bal lardand Leonard Wes broth rs of Pike county Mrs Elizabeth Pemberton an agedwoman was found frozen to death in a field near Junction CityUsing his wifes red petticoat as a signal Ed Harris anegro farmer of Ballardcouhty saved a passanger train from going over a burning bridge Mrs E C Edgar and Mrst Eliza Wilson were badly hurt in a runaway accident at Franklin A man believed to be Rex Hall was run down and instantly kill ed by an interurban car at Frahk fort T P Dickinsons stable lurri ed at Glasgow with loss of 600 The wets are making a strong effort for a vote on local option at Cynthiana The home of Joe Flowersnear Haywood Barren county was destroyed by fire together with most of the contents The loss was 3000 V Everett Clark Tu Gratz Owen county died of typhoid fever Starling A McGinnis aged eighty years a farmer died near Richelieu Logan county The wheat acreage sown in Hardin county exceeds any pre vious year Lemuel Johnson J a Graves county farmer raised potatoes weighing six pounds each The home of Beulah Carter near Gilbertsville Marshall county was destroyed by fire and the inmates had a close call from cremation An infant child of Mrs Robert ICing of Dunmor Muhlenberg county was smothered to death in a folding bed r h A Trouser Wrinkle ji If you are your ovjivaletl said a tailortandnost men are then Ill tell you a wonderful method to keep your trousers creased One pressing a month by this method wilLdo as much good as two pressings a week old style Fir t you must have a tiny tuck not more th ha sixteenth of an inch wide made down the inside of the trousers back and front so as to hbld the crease to gether1 Then for every pressing the trousers must be soaped iiK side r r The soap after the hot iron has done its wpfk makes the cloth as firm as iron The tuck keeps the creases always Bold sharp Result a perfect trous rft1e admiration of all the girls r irjsey t a pS r lStocks Tip the Acmeo1IExce1Ience I New Fall Carpets v O rII i v 1 j t y v J1 1Areshpwn in many representative styles Low prices are linked gH lo goodqualities making trading here absolutely safe and saving Special inducements in Tulaid UnoleuhiSj 150 grades per square- Ij fv yad 1106patterns Plenty of eachand every yardJos I Wild Gos first grade x h I j Hubbuch Bros Wellendorf V 522524 W Market M 1 Y Louisville Kntucky T j e vJJ J t f FRANK CORCORAN ttighGradeSMarble Granite W 8 Cemetery work SeeU5before of all kind you bUYu Represented by C G JErrRIES in this and 4V adjoining counties ii Main Street Lebanon fcv rlu i j ti ProgramS The following is the program of the musical Association to be held at Bear Wallow the second- Sunday in Nov 1910 to begin at 9 oclock a m v 1 Song by the choir page 8X in Perfect Pr isLed by Emma McGaha 2 Convocation S Absheiv 3 Welcome AddressCEld James Burton 4 Response U G Anderson 5 Song by choir 6 Does common and compound measure have the same speed B H Burton I M Grimsley 7 Song Taylor Sullivan So What are accidentals How far do they extend Miss Ida Todd J H Ierns 9S Song by the little folks 10 Transposition of scae by flats A G Hull Dennie Grim sley 11 What are the diffeincebe tween the major and miner scales Explain the different forms of miner scale John John son Mrs feollin Hurt 12 Accent Ambros SmithJ Henry Womack f 13 Song y littlefolks 14 What isSycopation 1b Hughes v v 15 Is music award or science 1 paper by MissWillard Huffaker Rucker P Grimsley 16 Song led by JohnBurton 17 Why does the signature for time change in the course of a song John Wolf ord Geo Pike 18 Note Reading Lucian Bur ton Ben H Burton We hope to have theab6ye subjects well discussed JFHughes 2 J H Kerns Committee v Taylpr Sullivan t Emma McGaha Assistant Sect It was learned last Sunday that the men arrested at Aca pulco Mexcp Saturday oil suspicion of implicationJh the Los Angeles Times dyna mitirig were Harry Ham X Carlson and Dan Azc wWne captain of the yea aelSwn Engdethe and the engineer Aldlph AdblEfhson are- bingguarded c4 f a I 1 1 THFn V IL tE TIMES fOR I9lO j V BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER THEfREGULAR PRICE OFr THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS 500 A YEAR If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER I TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY l NEWS L AND M lOUISV1LEE i TIMES h BOTH ONE YEAR f FOR ONLY 450 THELOUISYILLETIMESis the bestaft noon paper printed anywhere Has the best corps of c04rresI f pondents r Covers the Kentuckyfieldjer- fectly r 11i Coye the gelei lewsfield completely t i Has the best arid fullest iria4 kets reports vi DEMOCRATIC in politics but1 fair to everyboay i lISEND YOUR SUBSCRI iE tlION RIGHT AWAY f 54l TO THIS PAPERrnot to Th ii W5Iill Tirn i8 mim m 1E1 Vvv Wl h c 4 y 0 Wt 4 THE ADAIR CCL1 Ty NEWS 9i l published Every Wednesday BY TIE Adair County News Company INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR t f4 Democratic newspaper devoted to the In terestof the City of Columbia and the people ef Adair and adjacent counties 1 Entered at thQ Columbia Postoffice as sec ond class mall matter WED NOV r 9 1910 New York Adair County Ken tucky Ohio and Laurel County in the Eleventh Kentucky Mas sachusetts Connecticut New Jersey and Wayne county Kenr tucky happy and united are adorned by Indiana and Tenn essee When an examiner visited thfe State Bank at Weir Texas to examine the books the cashier J J Lester committed suicide by stabbing himself in the throat with his knife The spread of cholera in Italy has been checked During the last few days only six new cases have developed in the infected Districts and only two deaths were reported Asa public profession of re ligion and a protest against pro fanity the Holy name Societies of the Catholic Arch Diocese of Baltimore several thousand strong marched through the streets of Washington The effort to write Statewide Prohibition into the Constitution of the State of New Mexico is expected to come up in the con vention at Santa Fe this week The move is strongly opposed by both Republican and Democratic ii leaders t The outlook for a speedy set tlement of the strike of Chicago garment workers went glimmers ing The strikers li n offeredfby the union president and call ed on the Chicago Federation of 1V Labor for support Lafayette Maddox committed i suicide beside his fiance in a ft street car in Philadelphia Maddox had attempted to persuade of Jiis intended bride to enter a v suicide pact but she refused H was despondent because he was unable to find employment which would enable him to support a kwife i a President Taft will ask the next Congress to change the postage on magazines and periodicals He will recommend that the advertising pages and the reading matter be separated ina0 s publications and that a high er rate be charged for the adver tising matter Newspapers wil not be affected by the proposed measUrer j j 1 P Bart i S We have had a small snow and k several frosts which led the f farmers to the potato patches fq tF MrWvI Kidweli of Monti = cello was hereajfewf days ago tL buying spokes rI 11i Mrs Oddm nas ihoyed near russell SJrlngs 7Mr Herriford has moved to ffJi the Parmles placeV4 tR Our Sunday hooflias clos- ifrijfor this season Sullivan will be8ina re icb tiiV Cave Spring this week r k lvrV CKA DOODLE DOO WHEN NEW YORK OHIO MASSACHU B SETTS AND NEW JERSEY GOES DEMOCRATIC 1 T OUR ROOSTER HAS A RIGHT TO CROW From the latest reports i e ceived here every one indicates sweeping victory for the Democrats throughout the entire count- ryt and in every instance so far as we have been able to learn the very best men the party could produce were put forward and elected and the cock crows In New York the campaign was a hitter one made so largely by the part Roosevelt took in it and the result is a direct slap to the dictatorial tactics of the Ex president and his visionary and sensational policies he advo The State went 100000 against Teddy and in New Jersey the same medicine was ad ministered by electing the Democratic candidate for Governor whom Mr Roosevelt undertook todefeatConnecticut likewise fell into the great tide and elected a Democratic Governor Massa chusetts tired and oppressed politically surrendered a heavy thee State Democratic In Ohio the home of Pres Taft the home of Nicholas Longworth and we should here mention the resid ing place of ExSenator Foraker the brainest and gamest man in the Republican party politically assassinated by Teddy and his worshippers in the last National Campaign went like the others small majority of seventyfive thousand for Gov Harmon In retwere est places Senator Bob Taylors majority for Governor at ten thousand Indiana likewise is reported Democratic so far as the Senatoral contest John W Kern winning the honor over Senator Bereridge A goodman against a good man Greek against Trojan Kentucky gained one Demo cratic Congressman and that win as the ninth The Tenth Djs trice elfcted Congressman Ben nett by 4wo thousand and The idoltiedG 0 P made a bard struggle to break thes hackles and tHe rey salt shows that Powers malority1 ffiftfnthusandbelow a hi d1 aS f ff a tide majority His narrow margin is disappointing to his active adherents and speaks in plain and unmistakable language that he is not unifying his party The contest between Bertram and Powers in reality was not pout ical and the heavy slump does not indicate a political change but a rebuke administered by several thousand of as good Re publicans as can be found in the entire country The Democrats solid against Powers are indeed grateful to the many Republi cans who voted with them in this contest They recognize in them the highest duty preformed at the sacrifice of party irregularity Theresult speaks to the outside country that the spirit of freedom honor integrity and advancement is not dead in the Eleventh but only temporarily handicapped Three counties now stand out jewels in this dis trictdiamonds that adorn their political record Adair Laurel and Wayne whileRussell county striving to enter barely failed While we have no figures on the standing of the next Congress indications point to a Democrat ic body The greatest blessing to the Republican party and the entire country came in the bolt that hit Teddy their severest loss the defeatof Beverage The richest morsel to Democrats was the strong protest against Powers and their severest loss Senator Bertram The vote of Adair county is publiched on first page Kentucky Library Commission The Kentucky Library Com mission came into existence at act of the legislature of 1910 This pact provides for the appoint meat of five members by the governor and an for its maintenance and uppo The urripse of the commission Isto promote the libraay inters o f the State by increasing the usefulness of libraries already in existence by the establishment of nevi onef in communities where none exist and by mwntenanee and operation o I isofThe activities of the commis dIV1fisting libraries and in the establishment of new ones and in the operation oftraveling both in fixed groups and from a open shelffcollection for the us of libraries schools and study clubs To promote the best efficiency of library work in the state the library commission will assist communitieswishing to establish libraries by giving advice and assistance in arousing public in terest in securing a maintenance taxJin the selection of suitable building plans and furniture Estimates for equipment and specifications for furniture andshelving will be supplied and material in the form of photo illustratI and kept in the commission office for the use of library boards Help will also be given in th organization and administration of the library and where possible and organizer will be sent to aid in this work To libraries already established the commission will give advice and help in book selection and purchase with suggestions for securing the best book lists will aid in reference work and in all thee details of library equipment andmanagement The commission will also assist library boards in securing the services of competent librarians when request ed so to do The traveling libraries which have for a number of years been maintained by the womens clubs in the mountains of Ken tucky will be thoroughly reorgan ized and turned over to the com mission new libraries will be ad ded by purchase and it will be the aim of the commission not only to continue the supply of traveling libraries in the moun tains where tney have been received with so much appreciation and read with so much interest but also to circulate them throughout the state among those who are without library facilities These traveling libraries will consist of fixed groups of fifty or more well selected books fo fgeneral reading and study fo r adults young people and child ren They will be securely pack led iii wooden boxes which may as a bookcase during the circulation of the library They will be sent free of charge ex cept the cost of transportation and under such conditions and rules as shall protect the inter ests of the state and best in crease the efficiency of the ser vice ingroups of traveling libraries described above an open shelf nor subject collection will be a feature of the commission work from which books may be borrowed to suit the special needs of study clubs debating societies farmers s dubs and individuals This lection will be purchased as thes librota ryes up sc sacstsconditions as col lection moet useful to all co earned Women clubs of the State are especialli solicited to writ the commission office in re clubprfa rena1or JJ WatktMs Dies at Sturgis Home Gastrie tisFriend of Education Sturgis Ky Nov 5State Senator J J Watkins died here this morning after a three weeks illness of gastritis and he a r t r troubleAfter attending the meeting of the grand lodge of Odd Fellows at Shelby ville last month where he was elected grand outerguard he r turned home and was taken sick At first it was not thought to be serious but soon developed alarmingly with the result that the physicians were unable to relieve him Senator Watkins had served two terms in the Senate and was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Superintendents of Public Instruction for the next term He has always been a strong advocate in the Senate of progressive school legislation and an un compromising friend of the county unit local option bill in the last two sessions of the legislature He had been a school teacher for r numberHe was a member of the State Educational Commission and always willing to contribute time and hard work to the cause of educa bon Requests for information ad t1trathe general loan collection and all correspondence relating to library work should be addressed to the Library Commission The Capitol Frankfort Kentucky en Absher Miss Bertha Dillingham is sick at this writing Miss Annie Robertson was in Cane Valley last Tuesday Mr George Pike was here one day last week Miss Vina Holmes was the guest of the Misses Grant last Monday nightjMrs Harriet Robertson is slowly improving at this writ ing Mr G W Gresham visited his cousin Mrs Henry Cooley last Monday Mr J H Martins health is very poor Miss Ann L Cave is spending the week with Mrs Mary Brock man rMiss Allie Rice spent last Fri day night with her cousin Mis Mary Lee Rice Mrs Mary Brockman and Miss Ann Cave visited at HBRobert sons Wednesday- Mr Nick Thomas lost a very nice marelast Sunday Mr and Mrs H B Robertson spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W A Humphressr Mrs Van Humphress visits d Delany Robertson last Sunday The meeting at Mt pleasant was largely attended from thjsi place 1 Eld Mont Gabbert wash r last Saturday sprouts for He- bron Miss Essie Triplett Mrs Bet tie Cooley and sons Ralph an Tripletteday nhThe Underwood show at Egypt was attended nM werijJriQaneI Valley last Eriay Mr John Rule GdiriiwjIl this neighborhood last Th uri datnight J r YrI f 0J i t IMr Robert Humphress was at a fey days last week v A large drove of cattle paged through this place ofie qJ3ftlweek 3 r Jopjpa is1n i urityIvery good at p sent Miss Mattie uarnettvisited Miss Elva 1 1 rrell SaturdayjLnight IProf R Q Cabbell of this I is teac in a class in vocal music at Mojrehnd Ky Miss Eln Barger visited Miss Bess Cabbell Sunday Misses Bess Cabbell Elva Bar ger and Mr Liss Young of this place attends the singing at Shiloh Sunday Mr Arthurjjplladay happened to a very painful accident last Sunday by getting one of the bones in his left arm broken The G H Musical clubofthis place made a Halloween parade j which seemed to entertain t the neighbors for quite awhile al absentsMisses Mattye and Mary Young visited the Misses Upton last Sunday v Mrs visitediMrs Elizabeth Murrell Monday Mr c E Young was the guest of Mrand Mrs A 0 Young one night last week Mrs Cattie Willis of Camp bellsville is visiting her son F G Willis of this place A little daughter of Mr Jim Sanders HsGptheria Miss Antha Cabbell visited her brother RM Cabbell Tuesday nightrMiss Elva Bargr entertained friendsdovem ng Casey1lOW ii l i es Helen Upton BessCab= shoptping wtek 8 J Mi Ajjj Tai n ntSatSIe rdaYan dSunday at home- v T i Lt r w 1 I j i c L k y y iPf k r y K TIlE ADAIR COUNTHNEWS i 2 Iil 1 x YY I t PERSONAL u J JlrWR Lyon was here last Friday I Master Eudalia Carrie will soonube we l MrL ffCabell jnias here Monday it Mr Albert Mercer was hereTfrom Milltown Monday Y Mr W L Brocknian was here from Glenville last Monday MrB F Chewning came in from Athertonville to vote Mrs J J Simpson has returned from a visit to Burkesville- DrI H B Simpson Breeding was here the first ol the week Mr GW Brockman of Amanda villewas here last Friday MiJ P Jasper made a business trip to Russell Springs last week Mr E J Page Cane Valley will visit in Indiana nextweek Miss Margaret Walker Nell was shopping in Columbia Monday Mr R C Sullivan of Green county was here the first of the week Mr E B McLean wellknown trav eling man was here last Friday Mr Paull Waggener came in the first J of the week to vote for Bertram Mrs W F Rowe of Red Lick visit ed Mrs J 0 Russell last Friday Mr Burdette a horse dealer of Lebanon was here the first of the week Mr J W Sublett and Dr Atkinson Cane Valley were here county court Mr Clarence Page Cane Valley who is employed at Frankfort came home to vote Mrs Martha A Turk of Glasgow is isiting her sister Mrs W W Brad sla Mr Jo Rbseufield who is employed at Iiddlesboro ifi wilh his family here TthIsk Mr G W Grasham of Garlin who has been in New fexicoJor ten months returned last week f Mr W F Hancock arrived from Frankfort Saturday and remained until after the election Mr A D Eurdy and wife Bradfords I ville visited relatives in Adair county r the first of the week Mii Attis McFarland Clerk of the t i s Russell cr1t was here from Jamestown nThU daY Mr Fred MtcLeantis assisting the ciuit court cle4c fsey at thO1erm of the courtnow LSeStlOn v Mr JF Cabefland wife Miami were visiting Mr and Mrs W B Pat teson the first of tlie week Messrs W L Cleck J A Rucker Theodore Lemmons L B Rucker of near Burdick were here Monday Misses Jennye McFarland and Ora Moss spent last Friday in the Grady ville country hunting hickory nuts Mrs C T Parson and her daughter Miss Mattie are visiting relatives in t the Pickett neighborhood this week Mr J H Caldwell and family of Portland visited the family of Mr R LfDavis last Saturday and Sunday MrR T Jones wife and two child 9rk Ruby and Willie of Pellyton were visiting relatives in Columbia last week Mr and Mrs W R Littrell and Mr R A Hutchison a iwife Cane Valley risited relatives fierfwthe first of the iweek ikSJ Mr Eston HarrisTandihis sister Miss Myrtie of Avis Kyikvisited Mrs Han riible McBeath who is also a sister last week Mrs Jo N Conover who spent a month or two with her aughtef Mrs Cosby McBeath Monticello returnedI home last week v4 Mr and Mrs JORussell Mr and Mrs Allen Walker will attend the Ritchey Walker marriage at Burkes ville tonightr Mr Charlie Karnes ofSt Louis who is visiting relatives and friends in this locality spent Friday nIght with his aunt Mrs S W Smith VMr G R Miller returned from Louis vile last Saturday nightwill j home the greater portion tthe time from now until Christma S Mr A KRupe J9f Adair countys best citizens hastreturn ed from a visit to illinOis His wife accompanied him on the trip Mrs eM Barnett nee Miss Liha Roiienfieldi of Evansville Ind arrived last week and will probably be with her home people until Christmas Uevi Jesse L Murrell and wife who live near Gampbellsyille returned tb their home lat weekafter pending evarat days with relatives in Adair ItrVM Ry Yarberry arrived from iLouwvijle sturday night He spok t ti courthouse Monday jQjlTue 4 ayand returned to his plea ofbIt f e Kfc f 4 t Cm I i MrfrBbny Karneg wife and son Leo of Campbellsville spent Friday night and Saturday with th formers aunt Mrs S W Smith and family this place Mr GeoM Stevenson and family left Adair for Taxes This is thelrfriendiIIregretted consoled by Mr Stevenson who said that if he did not like he would return and buy a farm near Columbia Mrs J Q Alexander and Mrs B H ThursdayIquite sick and was compelled to stopI here Her husband came over Friday Her condition is not serious and left for her home the first of the week Additional LocalsI The adding machine which was the property of the defunct bank at Cane Valley was stolen from the Building last Saturday night week No clue Mr W H Jones Coburg sold his house and seven acres of land a few days ago to Miss Kittie Smith of this place for 975 The sale was made through Mr G P Smythe real estate agent Mr J H Judd of this place is the adjuster for the International Harvest ing Company He travels over eight counties in this section of the State Bishop T C Carter will dedicate the Hadley Memorial Church near Esto the first Sunday in December For Sale 250 acre sheep farm about 200 acres fenced Sheep will live all through the winter and do well Sheep lived last winter with all snow on Will sell cheap Write or call on S E Frogge Jamestown Tenn 14t PREACHING NEXT SUNDAYS i i W H C Sandidge Ebinezer F J Barger Mt Pleasant i Z T Williams Columbia J R Crawford Columbia G W Pangburg Gradyville J F Black Mt Carmel J F Turner Red LickIWl Levi Trammels Creek B M Currie Columbia F Breeding Providence IC E Erinis Greensburg S Dudgeon MiUtownti-T F Roach Fry L T Payne Morris Chapel W B Cave Pleasant RidgeJ LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer 525550 Beef steers 300515 Fat heifers and cows 3 004 00 Cutters 2003 00 CannersLoo20oBulls Feedeis 350515 Stockers V 2754 75 Choice milch cows r 35004500 Common to fair cows 15 0035 00 HOGS Choice 165 to 200 820 Mediums 130 to 165 810 Pigs 865 Roughs A 740 SHEEP AND VA IBS Best lambs 551c Culls35cFatsheep GRAIN Wheat i 125 Corn 1 001 Local Market T1 The following isthe Local Market given by S H Grinstead CoT today Eggsv v 22 Hens 6i Yi 61 v 0 3 1Chickens i U i 8 to 10I v i 7 Wool clear grease 20 Wool washed Li r 28 to 30 Hides green 4 x 6 to 7 Hides dry vXf 10 to 12 Feathers i v 35to38 Ginseng 4 50 to 5 00 Bees wax 25 Ella r 4 The health of this community is very good at this writing Mrs Martha Abrell of Russell county visited hrson J B Abrell last week W 1 Mrs Mauci Tarter of Casey county is visiting het parents at this plce j fii ifilil f c j Joppa We have been having some cool weather forth past two weeks The snow Friday scared the people and they are hustling in getting their winter wood Miss Mattie Garnett visited Miss Elva Murrell Saturday night Misses Mattie and Mary Young visited the Misses Upton Sunday i Miss Mary Upton who is a jpupifdf theLtW T S visited her parents from Friday until TuesdayWhile Mr Mark and Arthur Holladay were wrestling one day last week Arthur was so unfortunate as to get one bone of his arm broke Dr Gartwright was called and set the fractured bone and he is getting along nicely at this writing Mrs Fannie Willis and daugh ter Nancy were the guest at Mrs W F Jefferies of COlum- bia Wednesday Mrs Cattie Willis who is making her home with her daughter Mrs N W Miller of Campbellsville is visiting at Mr Sel Bennetts this week Rollin Willis sold to Arthur Holladay some nice shoats price 10 cents per pound There was not very much damage done at this place Hal loween night some things were hid but not very hard to find We certainly enjoy the pranks of the youngpeople- A crowd of young people of this neighborhood went chestnut hunting Sunday afternoon There were not many chestnuts found but all reported a merry time Miss Avis Tupman who is a pupil of the Graded school visit ed her parents from Friday until Sunday Roy i Overcoats buttoned up close under the cbinj together with red noses are prevalent upon our streets at this writing People generally are beginning to gather corn in this neighborhood both yield and quality seem to be good Mr Frank McElroy of Dent spent Saturday and Sunday with H J onover and wife He brought his Edison Phonograph which was very much appreciated by all who heard it Mr J D Floyd who had the contract f to yard the timber bought by J A Whitney at this place has completed same and silence reigns serene where everything but a camp meeting hasbeen going on Mrs Sallie Holladay who has been sick for several days is we are sad to say no better at this time Mr Adeline Blakey and wife are both right sick at this time Mr W W Holladay who has been suffering with rheumatism for some time is some better now but not able to work yet Messrs Owen and Otis Webb of JDent passed through here last Wednesday enroute to Illinois H J Conover and wife also vC Burton and family of this place were at Russell Springs Thursday of last w ekfMrs G iLattie Cheitham of Bakertonis at the bedside of her sick mother Mrs Sallitfiolrl iaday Tfr H w4v i6 M I We note with pleasure the de J yof next weeks News until Iliwe7 I Jack frost came the 27th ult t and J bit every thing that was green and on the 28th a large snow fel- lVernathe little son of Lona Sparks is on thesick list at this writing J j Mr Gillam Baker is the clerk in the store at Amandaviile for GW Brockman who is visit fi ing in Oklahoma Mrs Fannie Cheatham who has been confined to herbed forI some time is able to be out again Several from Croc s attended the meeting at Breeding Mr James Cole and wife at tended the quarterly meeting at Jones Chapel last Saturday and Sunday Misses Maud and Myrtie Cole were shopping in Burkesville last week Mrs C C Fletcher and daughter Miss Lora were visit ing Mrs Sarah Baker one day last week School at Holly Grove is progressing nicely under the man agement of Mr E A Morgan with thirty enrolled Misses Maud and Myrtie Cole Gander Williams Mrs Jennie Cole Messrs Huber Williams rand Aubry Helm spent last Wed nesday with Mr and Mrs Jas Cole and repoated a nice time B A Morgan spent last Tues day night with Herbert Fletcher Miss PaulineT eeri who has been sick for the past week is able to P be outICharlie Cole has improved the looks of his place by building a new woodshed People are busy in our neigh borhood 1tuInroad v The health of this community is very good at present the dip therja has about died out Mr John Morgan of Somerset visited his parents last week He was accompanied back by his brother Joe Miss Carrie Bradshaw Nella Petty Pern Cole Frank Reece Qwen and Dick Cheatham were the guest of Miss Media a d Willie Petty last Sunday The Wilkerson Bros are get ting along nicely sawing lumber on Powells creek Mrs Mary J Petty is having her house painted which adds very much to it looks Mr George Brockman andMr Dick Baker have gone to Elida New Mexico on special business Mrs Etta Morgan of this place has purchased a house and lot ot Mr Condie Blair for500 The school house at Harmony came very near being burned last week Thecause is unknown MrElforiHadleyh gone to Indiana They are getting along fine building on X W Petty residence It will be ainice residence when it is completed Johnson and Breniley aretbe carpenters and are uptodate workmen The school at Rie uljican is- progressing nicaly Binder the mnagernentof Mr OlhTayllrP i i114fr 2llt i 1 Suit for Slander c r rfAgalnstRooseveltJ- udge I 4 Baldwin will ask Dam agesTeddy TalKed I Too Much U- Tew Haven Conn Nov 5 Judge Simeon B Baldwin Demo jcampaignRoosevelt alleging slander This is the outcome of Roosevelts attack on Baldwin for his decision in reference to compensation for injured workingmen Mr Wesley Morgan is ere ting a new building on Harrodsfork and will be ready to move in a few days Several from this place attended meeting at Breeding last Sun day The meeting is conducted by Bro Roberts they have made many friends since they have been in this country Mrs Ella Grants baby is on the sick list this week The writer from Crocus has about got this neighborhood in the notion of going to Russell Springs It seeme we could all do better if we were nearer Heaven Edith Mrs Erimne Tucker and Mrs relativesIon her sister Mrs Gallic Jeffries who has been quite sick Mrs Millard Young and Mr Luther Montgomery are visiting Mr Tom Young of this place The social given by Miss Fan nie Tucker and Miss Willard Sher rill last Saturday night was large ly attended and all reported a nice time The Sunday School atthis place is progressing very nicely 1Mr Hut Baxter wif and lit visited Mrs Julia Mings Mr John Mings was at Knif Jey one day last week Miss Goldie and Mr Hansel Harrison visited relatives at Lebanon last week Misses Minnie and LottieKnif ley visited Miss Effie Caffey last Sunday Miss Ellen Richardson visited her sister Mrs Maggie Mings last week Miss Anna Young visited Mrs Lula Jones one day this weed Misses Willard herrill and Fannie Tucker made a flying trip to Pellyton one day last weekThe bean hulling at Mrs Anna Youngs last Saturday nighFwas largely attended and all had a nice time Mrs Lena Knifley visited her mother one day last week Mt Carmel Corn gathering the order of the day Mrs Willie Beard spent last Thursday at J S Beards Johiir Wolford attended ser vices tt this pliiot iaat Tueiday night W BDulbkabdittf i 1i7 wijj j a trip toColumbia last Tuesday Mr and Mrs John Russell of Plum Point spent Sunday night with their daughter Mrs JJS Beard at Holmas Mrs J R Crawfordand daughter Mary attended services at this place last Sunday H J Henson and wife visited relatives in Casey ountyseveral days of last week Zach Smith and wife of Taylor county have been spending a few days with the latters parents Mr and Mrs T B Grant The revival service at this place conducted by Rev J R Crawford assisted by Miss BOss Holladay who had charge of the singing closed last Tuesday night with a number of conversions and renewals and the meeting gives promise of the best results for the community The good people being brought closer together than they have ever been buring the past During this series of meeting we heard many deep interesting ser mons which were receivedwith the greatest of gratitude by all who have reached the first stage of civilization I am sure the people ofMt Carmel and the surrounding country will never forget The old dAd young alike learned to love this good man whft worked so hard for them He has been a friend fort both saint and sinner alIke Miss Holladay proved to us that she is a well skilled musician both as an organist and as a sing er She delivered her service with the most hearty good will and by so doing aroused the old Mt Carmel class from moping to a charming spirit and we will certainly give Miss Holladay the credit She was also a faithful worker during the entire series of meetings and she has many friends here and will be long re- memberedby us alt tf I wish to si to all who may read this if you ever have an opportunity to hear Bro Craw ford preach by Sail means listen to him he will tell you something worth while and will tell it in a plain sensible manner and you cannot fail to be benefited by it Even from an education al standpoint his sermons are in teresting but when we realize that the words we hear are coming from an honest h art it means more than mere historical facts Itmeans that Bro Craw ford is interested in you and in me and is preaching for us and rhas the interest of the human l 4tofamily at heart V AshisbJees t J 7ings have rested upon the people in and around Mt Carmel s6 may Gods blessings reztupSns t him and his Lhj l r Vi tfmx f p f t T f r SjI A J r THE AIAIh COUNTY NEWS c t I fI4 Piekett Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT 7 4 BRIDGES egr V V PROPRIETORS VV w W v Corner Eighth and Main Streets Louisville Ky v CHAS A BRIDGES Four Months Storage Free WGBRIDGES Give us a irral We Guarantee to Please you fTable supplied With the Best the MarketffordSy Meals 35c MILLEN HOUSE LMD MILLEN CO Proprs Locatedon Railroad St one square east of L N Station rVV t Lebanon Kentucky The Stray Dog Just watch the stray dog for a moment and see if the next mo slant he hasnt formed friend ship with a small boy Justby watch the love and devotion of the meanest ugliest homeliest purp in the world for the small p boy and wonder about it Then watch the return of affection on the small boys part and wondcrj some more why it seems intend 1 edthat there should be such a bond of affection between the- barefoott dumb brute arid the iboy Its easy to understand noCommissioner1910 and he figures into the is school fund the sum of 5029v 1Iwordsmuch to educate the boy andE why shouldnt the pure be interested in where his money goes And the small boY of Kentucky returns thanks to the dog for aiding him in getting an educa tion by showing his love for himj t The Kentucky dog is putting up over 50000 for the education of the boy this year If the boy down ttget tit dont blame it on r the dog Shelby Sentinel 4 4A Ward to GirlS i Gave you ever noticed th great amount of admiring atte n tion which the graceful girl ama tracts Even though she be only plain or moderataly good looking and not prettily or smartly dressed there is an air of natural superiority about her j which forces her upon our notice This superiority lies in the fact that the graceful girl knows how to poise her tody correctly how to walk and sit becomingly Consequently no matter what she wears or what her features ma- e y like she always appears to the best advantage r A plain girl who knows how Ttp stand move and sit with ease is far more admired than the beauty who is clumsy and awk ward Some girls are naturallyJ graceful But there is no reason why those who are lacking in- r this respect should not add tos i 1 their charms by carefully cult rr t vating the art An erect catr triage a graceful walk a grad fur manner of sitting and risi F are necessary if a girl wishes tog be really charming And it is H f quite within her power to acquire i t therv rtu sShemust studdy i 1 kS her own defects and the f of other girls in order that s iJ Jur may avoid thiwa Selected ffviFy 1 l vi 4j t fla Retort X IJjlr ui1yaf i f I f a luncheon given b lje I z J 1I r 1 i t Yf i I fl bf tJIIUcft Jt 1fl l 1t- t J lyI women of the Danville Presby whichfmetBennett HYoung of Louisville the moderator was approached a woman wo said I did not think I would ever see one Morgan horse thieves become the moderator of a Presbyterian Synod They arrested my father here when I was aJ small tot of a girl and I then thought they were an awful look ingset Gen Young who is not often withuta good response replied Madam as a good orthodox Presbyterinryou ought t to forget that with God all are possible His grace boundless and with Him the dy of miracles never passes I you wont think hard of a Presbyterian moderator after the lapse of 42 years humbly requests to be allowed to pleade the statue of limitation on than unhappy incident The General then received two plates ice cream instead f one Harrodsburg Democrat JIP logs Weighing 170 pounds for sale Address J T Jones Montpelier CoIoiJLine in Washington The proposed appointment of nee gro o Generalofithe United States has 1 raised aI sorts of oppositiI amongjjthe Northern publicans and the tumult has grown sogreat that President Taft may have to shelve his Bos ton job It is the social question wmchis causing all the trouble It seems that the Assistant Attorney General and his family take social rank above Brigadier Generals of the army and Captains of the navy and that the office carrieswith social entree to the White House and racep lions to the judiciary The ladies inWasbingare making more stir about the appointments than the men and President TaftevenI heard from the wives of the Judges of The Supreme Court in a Way that he Chas begun to realize that there are something vjften stirred up give nor trouble tHan wr thest E Town News V ngSaves an Iowa Mans Life The very grave seemed to yawn be fore Robert Madsen of West Burling ton Iowa when after seven weeks 4n the hospital four of the best physicians rgave him up Then was shown the njar yelous curative power of Electric htitof frigheei low jaundice getting lio help from other mec1i Qr doctors dive bpttiea of this match lees medicine completely cured him Its positivelygtidt lMandP11D Co j f ilJlt t fY i f JfJ n l Xi 1 Holidaysr- i In Kentucky the number of holidays is increasing When a holiday is once established it is rarely abolished and from time to time anew one is added as was done by the last legislature The observance of these holiday- is optional rather than mandato ry and people may observe them orriot as they choose If a hol iday comes on Sunday the next day is to be observed as such The holidays here are January 1st New Years Day February ISOthMonday in September Labo Day October 12th Columbus dry last Thursday in November Thanksgiving Day December 25 Christmas Day and such other days as may be set aside by proclamation of the Governor or President An Old Theory Iii a lengthy article Jon mules in the Wisconsin Farmer we find this statement There is one point in mule breeding that is perhaps not as much considered as it might be and that is that much of the mule look Vin the mule can be tempered and improved by first breeding the mare to a stallion having her first colt by him and then afterwards breeding to the jack It is an undoubted fact that the first offspring greatly influences subsequent on sForI instance breed a pare first to a jack and you will undoubtedly get a fine mule as the result Afterward breed even continu ously to a stallion and everyone of the mares progeny will have a very noticeable mule look no matter how fine the anima Is may otherwise look By reversing the operation the appearance of the mules will be greatly soften ed and improved and the value consequently increased Is this true or is it merely imagination Science fails to agree with the theory held othjerSkim Milk for Colts IAniinquirer has asked if skim milk would not be a good thing to give to a colt after it has been weaned This is a line in which the writer happens to have had some personal experience The answer is that if proper precau ions are taken it is just about th happeTn to he colt Too much skimmilk does not agree with a colt and may cause it to scour just as it would a young pig or a calf Sour milk does not agree with colt for horses of all ages are just about as subject toferment f ative indigestion as any other dp masticated animal It does not do ito give the colt too much skim milk at any time but especial l when it is first fed Otherwise as the saying goes skimmilk is all right Commence by giv ing the oltonlyalittIebit of fresh skim fi1iIk As the fall ad vances cool weather will assist in keeping the milk fresh but if fed directly from skimming so much the better It the milk seems to agree witht ecoltaIl the crushed oats it will eat as well asclean bright yprgrusi Put notoveilOQ write skim = milk tp the acpurina poInt Orroecal yf o er u all T 1 a x nldbla dif ejl ffSglg3ffr Eyiifjt f tc in the way in which a horse will Futon flesh just about start Gains in horseflesh just about as valuable as freshI pork beef or mutton and pure skimmilk can generally be used to advantage in making them =Canadian Farm V srGossipr Are youa gossip r Do you by repetition of what another hassaid by a suppres sion of one item or the addition of another has said by half hints by seemingly knowing looks help to disseminate those tiny noirsome weeds along the pathof some fellow manor woman The deadliest concealed weapon is not the stiletto that leaps bloodthirsty from its sheath nor the pistolthattravels in the ihipnage It is that little member kThethe gun are counted in the court record and hospital wards but reputationsiing tongues where two or three are gathered together to tell all they know of neighbors and acquaintances And yet the evil of the latter often outweighs that of the formerifA cut or a bullet wound may heal but there is no patching or darning the rent in a character The scar from bladeor cartridge may be coveredand so in time be forgotten but in every company inrto which a edmanor wo man enters there will be someone known as the old gossip and who seesplainly the torn place in the reputation The deplorable part of many such defamations is that they are either altogether undeserved or else have been grossly exag gerated from insignificant facts Every person who repeats a place of evil gossip adds to it consciously or unconsciously The desire to surprise to be worth allhto impossible to repeat a story just as it was received By word by tone by lifted brows by shruggedshoulders we barb the shaft that it may cleave the wider wound and the person next in line does the same This is the way slander grows The person who starts the tale on ly plants the seed it is the doz ens of repeaters who p adit out until it obscures all that is best and truest in the unforunate sub ject Many a cleanhanded man many a white hearted woman has been crucified on the cross aboard of evil speaking lying and slandering There is in the decalogue no written com mand Thou shalt not tattle but every time we repeat a story that we do not know to be absolutely wtYness that is forbidden It is possible that the recording angel writes np blacker words against our names than those that keep count of the gossip we repeat and the slanders we perpetuate Am Imynr therskeper was the question asked of old And the answer might well be that so fare as our pwn tongues go we are keeper of his fair nltmeWe may nob protect him t1QnibodilyhrtQrfr oniilfbt He outside oi our sphere but we earl Protecthil from ours iyes xa ntdisl oripaye tlf b aaing re ca11 goeaJ tt id1f1ar it L 00 T r elll iJi 1 Attention t l I We Carry a complete line of Plaining I lillFP I Stock ready for use A large assortment rqi a I Windows Doors Roofing Colonial Columns j In fact we can furnish any part or all thefi i I Woodany grade desired that is needed forn IBuilding or Repair work It will be to your j v Interest to inspect our Stock and Prices J Sandusky io- 1 CotumuiaIcL JV Ali C 3k ir w iie riw iii w iii viI I I 1 1 g 1 71SrS iciS K CiiC vc lE PIKE CAPIPBELL MGR 011 71 w- i If J Refurnished IRedecoratedand e r modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popuy 1e lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale 1 1J and Retail Districts Churches andwTheaters I FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLEx f k i FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS a X v Louisville Kentucky S w i w w v vi wiiu v vi V i w v 7 I m m iii iiC 11 iri ifi 7i im m m m n in 71 it 171 iri 44 rO e 9oo TR t9 0 o + bOL94 flij J J J Kvc = s COg9PAV t BLINDS Sash Doors i MPorchStair Work Bi r Largge ous4ste e 9 in the Southy r 4ff e ii Send your orders to us for prompt shipment itand good goods Wappreciate them i ti i t L6 HUGHES CO 1 LOtH 1iISoeaa ee 9aaeests a moe e 9O + 4J HARDWICX Pres J COCKS Pres l Sec I v- WTPyneMillSoppfyCo ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889R MJlihWtIGTTZDEALERS mAC I iST IN l ENGINES BOILERS S AW ML ISxGRIST MILLS FEEDMiLLS 1301 THIETeeNTHMftlN LOUItE SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work- JOI3BINGWCRK j9 SOLICITRI Blinds f a1i Interior Finish 1 2ft2i5E I All Kinds of Machinery l P ur = In 1LIo 0Calvanizedc BEFORE YOU B yy V Seour 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleats and Cap Hcd6ngput t on like tin roof without any nails exposed and ie letter ha 1any tin roof owithout any nails exposed and is better than any tit roof Jp wiNlag a l feQ time without painting We carry in stock V Crimp arid l6wicS Iron Roofing Gravel ubberandall kinds if Paper Roofing 1 r- rBros1 i D Dehler t y d 116 East Market beiween first aid Qrgok Nx 0 0LOUISVILLE KP jr IIbrO O d iO on1theistreetcornett Welhave no right to vTrifke a neat outcry agii it the ktf J uisr Yr r l c naee to iety wllUewe our go through ugh the world stirn and stahblncr ti P ttI W1 thj1i ttJjfr e g tr j lir11 l t ft f 1 i j1ffY f 1 it Lf 1 NEWS i7 ffit THE ADAIR COUNTY f t I Womans Beauty Some women retaip their beauty to an advanced But who re arly endure pain age rapidly lor suffering leaves its lasting marks on themlrNearly all women suSer more or less with some form of female trouble It should not be neglected takingCarBegin at once and give Cardui a fair trial 3lr li TAKE R L IIII WIIS Help You s V Mrs KatiS Burlison Goreville Ill tried Cardui and writes p Isuffered with female troubles and was so sick I could not stand m on my feet Finally I began to take Cardui and soon began to m mend Now I am able to do all my housework and am in much better health than I was before Try it P i tiAT ALL DRUG STORES I ii it I Holmes health of this community r IfThe very good Dellie Allison of the Mt 4 jCarmel section is reported to have diptheria p Hallie JBault of this place who las been quite poorly for some imeis not very much bJames Humphrey who has YIbe for some time remains about thefi same 1 S H Jones solfr aT ody of tim ber to R Bean anid A E Chand ll lei for 600 Chandler has mov oed his sawmill on the land and I zvil1soon be readyvto say r t I V jVl Pike deputy assessor hererMrS erhh a ant or theSint J U ger Slewing Machine ssed here last week iw SLMrs of Co burg and Mrs Anna PurJyi v adfordsville visited at S ofI Jones one night last week iiiMr Thomas Hum brass whoi H has been at home on a vacation i0m Panama where e is em Cloyed in the work on She Canal jon ed friends and relatives near a this place while at home rtaulkner was inf this community looking at tobac co last week but we are inform ed there were but few sales made tIWheat sowing sorgh ing possum hunting and bean shelling seems to be thejjforder of the day at present J i l Horatio Royse whose Ihomeis ir1 inMissouri but who waskaised It j in Adair county has been visit n finfe friends and relativesh near this place Quite a large crowd gathered eardiSundayr M rvery good singing and music I t MissMollie and Master gillie 1 Klh Beard plaYIng the or an- gatheringf The was in honor W oft t BeardseleyelthbTry day of little Misses Fannie Beard and Eula Sublett jIrt pIthenelfngthe night of Oct l listened to some fine ffTw9 pupils spelling spel1irig1 f entire book without missing MJJt Thomasand Lloyd Weth of Wilsons Creek si tiji rlyaYviiii j mMf r r cr 11 iiIi I f7J i Irvins Store We are having fine weather now and there are only a few chronic lrafers to grace the store counters Grover Harris and Asberry Wright have gone to Illinois to find a job there being none here to their liking Lumber hauling is the go now As many as sixty wagons Being loaded at one yard some days V G Rexroat has moved back to his old home The store at this place is being closed out People will miss it very much and we hope someone will soon put in a new stock Herschel Dunbar and wife of Eli were in Louisville last week btsf Hig new goods The pice brothers colored andOscar Chilton gave a musical x entertainment last Monday night which was very entertaining the singing of the colored men being especially fine A wasIYour Longstreet scribe should have ascertained the amount of tomatoes that growed on that vine Cant you beat that James BradleySquire Harris court will be in reI Dont Kill Snakes and Toads J The French town authorities foripublic mice snails and wirewormsdo lnot kill a hedgehog Toad helps j agriculture killing twenty to thirty insects every hour do not kill a toad Cockchafer deadly 1ihundredeggse a good idea for our own govern went to post bulletins of this sort instead of printing so many forcirculation In the South most of the snakes are of great value and that is relatively true everywhere The blue racer a handsome fel low is estimated to be worth ten dollars a year to destroy mice snakeIselves hurting the garden In my Clinton ground we h veS jl mg little garter siiake that he itnziIrthe eoHujKMit dng usat all Whr nE IX tt owUJn Septaiher Ow J IY Glensfork An aver age crop o f wheat arid winter oats has been sowed in this sectionand the crop is owing nicely Mrs Nancy Sanders ft a few days ago for Carrollton Mo where she will make her home with her son She was accom panied by her nephew Eldridg Sanders who will remain in that section a few months IMr S T Gluff who has been his family in Southern In diana for several months has returned to his farm near this place to look after his crop We understand that Mr Gluff wants to sell his farm before he returns We will say to prospective home seekers that his farmis well locat ed and could be made a desirable home Mrs Etta Morgan of Amanda yule has bought LG Blai s house and lot at this place Con sideration 500 1 H C Hudson has rented Dr S P Millers farm near Golum biaand will move to it in a short time Fannie Andrew al1iglilyI I11rs old lady who has at this place for many years died at the home other son W G Andrew on the 24th She was about 80 years of age and had been in declining health for several months She was the mother of Messrs I F and W C Andrew and Mrs Howard Webb this place It isa matter of common ob servance that quail and rabbits are scarce in this section than was ever known before It is evident that if some law is not enacted soon to stop the wLhole sale slaughter of quails and rabbits their existence will within another decade be a matter of history Surely there should be a law to prevent the killing of game for shipment Mr C A Walker is still improving Seven of the baseball team at this place and two of the Roy team played the Roy team last sandersour1pitcher 71tCreelslIhouse on the Kelsay farm We iSIpreparingthe land he bought of NB Kel say last spring Foal Shows Enterprising owners of stallions who have established foal shows where the produce of their horses meet in competition have been surprised at the interest taken in them In some locali ties foal sbqws open to the get ofallstallions are heldas the elstartlion owner Competition in such cases is quite keen and it is not uncommon to see a score of foals lined up for inspection One of the best features is the fact that findlreadyOhio the secondprize draft colt in one show as a means of demonstrating the val eof their horses and encouraging g the pro duction of rcolts as well as finding a niarktt for them yip T ar or err farrm J 9- IO iMIe bob hef at the sts Irb 00 r w or r Program OUhe Fifth Sunday meeting of second orth Concord Associ ation to beheld with the Clear if Ford church on the fifth Satur day in Dec 1910 and Sunday followingDevotional exercises 10 a m What is the best means of con victing men ofsin M F Grime f and W F J Wilson Let brotherly Ibve continue J M Williams E G Wilson Church pastors Their begin ning and character of their preachingC L Bradley JV S WadeISUNDAY Devotional exercises Bible safctification and modern sanctification comparedA L Baker Destitution and needs of our association Wilson J S SS Wade Aaron Bible plan of giving to Godd and its value to the church W F J Wilson J K Griper v WF JWilson f W A Breeding E J Walters t Committee uas Y Notice to Tax Payers 1styare to 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 for the 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 AC I From Taloga Okla Editor News IA I never see a letter in the from this part of the country I shall endeavor to writs one The News reacher here on Friday andto me it is very newsy- I an real glad to note that my old friend and comra Je Dr J T Jones is regaining his usual comI typhoidIof the prominence which the Roy Base ball team is climbing to from the fact that I have the dis tinguished honor of being the founder and organizer of that team and I think their success is due mainly to their early train ing politicaljHjpart es are very active In county at present there biabout equal number of Democrfiif and Republican voters in tfeeV county There is to be aGovi nor State and county officers elected at the coming election It is thought that the Grand father Clause which was recently passed by the Referendum owill000 voters in the state some from each party There are tea number oft Cheyenne Indians near here one who Js known as Old Walking stone was in the battle of little Big HornMpuntain in which Gen Custer and his band were killed KentuckvLfdendsmuch reading the letters from Rowes X Roads fine come often Old brother I shall write more next time if this escapes the waste basket R A Epperson Shall ITbmen Vote lf they did Tnitlions WOU 9yot Dr Kings Navy Life Palle the true raaedy for woman For b iW fug 1lUiac ftXlf e ims bmckwske oe btwkche cootip tioe dittpUiW o M j ipm itpp tkc iurf intW tJte rpf1iIiaf Mir 1 4HI 5 s sssoee eeesoe eee oeeeee i 111 WEEKLY li GOURlERJOURNflL HENRY WATTERSON Editor 1 TVV v 4s a National Newspaper Democratic in ppliticSv It prints all the news without f arbr favor The regular price is 100 eayear but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL f1 ftffiTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Ii BOTH ONE YEAR 1l ioie J orIq noUWiHgiVeOr send your order to I pwpernot t6 the Courier Journal tInsI I Daily CfliiriBrJonrnjI Yr 600 o SUnd CoriarJo1ITna1E O 1 We can give you a combination cut I rate on Dailyor Sunday if you will writeIithis paper t7i e0e0teee MJr e0 i0eee eelleeeenk X t0eeeeee e Xr1 I Woods n Lewis Greensburg r KentucKyi IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebakeri Birdseli- Flil6urnQ 1d = = z j agonscarloadjof Oliver Chilled Plows A arjload of Disd Harrows A car load of Cultivators Corn Planters and 0ne = Horse Corn Drills II9Wil1havo the greatest and finest display t fof Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Countryready for Spring trade r LIME SALT AND CEMENT- A f nl SPECIAL LINE tt Will deliyer4rif kind ofParmif ImpIeitientsW Jtf station on the U r N R R t Woo d so n Lewis 1 ThevMerchant Qreensbufg Ky Mail orders promply attended to t d i f C The Adlir Cwratt Ntws andl6ourierJotifiui r h thte Y f li M il eIf r feit j L b 11 irr t Pfrf0 r y T JiTwT Tej j I TT4 i iI wS f t J iJ okl1 j c I I yTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS k i j Yr I r1 I Ii Dirtgo Ir K wto s ThursdayNoi mber j and 3thjng is ntorgRscarce 1r Thrigo than news mIwork oxen from W L Strange 4fpr eightyfive dollars w Mrs R L Campbell has been very sick for the few days but is better at thiswriting t J W McClister and Arthur S Royse did business at Columbia last Tuesday Jf daughterJbf the Sparkesvi community HY V gid business P here one day this t week s r llin En 4s very sick at thiff writing rwifeh pfleurnomaV V My only regret that this letter cannot reach the pulbic before election day sincethe P S to the letter from Roy seems to doubt rJletterwilinot be out of order anyway Vl The man from Dingo is very thankful for the assura ce of they gentleman r gentlemen which evefe the case ma5r be from Roy in regavd to the political situag dioain that section He believes that the same sentiment is preva lent in many sections of thet Eleventh Congressional District The Dirigo man has for years been a student of history both sacred and profane and from his knowledge thus obtained andy IroKi his observations from perm sohal association he regrets that heis unable to detect any great vchangenn the people of today from the acts and customs polit ically speaking of the people wno enacted the events of histo agoIXThen the ropOt ition was which i1it1 reieasento you Christ the Just One or Barabbas the I noted murderer The people then voted almost unanimous for fearahbas 1 presume that all my readers are familiar withItheir punishment The nation was broken up and all its eop scattered amOngthe na tions of the world and they are an J r On September 15 1910 the voters of a certain party were called upon to answer the ques ti rilwhich shall be our candidate for Congress Mr Edwards1 an honest man or Powers the than with a pardon in his pockI et1 Well they said give us Powers And now can the gen N tleman from Roy say that this Jact did not provoke the wrath of the Almighty against the people cfvthis district Just think of that terrible disease diphtheria that has been raging in this disf trictsin jqfre above named pritmaryano f the great nuthbeS of childrsn that have been called to a more enjoyable estate by I V treason of this disease Is not V i cVIlJfi cpect a plague ohliJfllnesXft ty atho a5ucna thing is possible We certainly bad a s yefSnow p 0stormproceed 0n next Tuesday the j peopie 0 f the Eleventh Ken l tucKy Congressional District will beVcatlVed upon to answer the questicwwJLufoich shalleprsena + yon in Obngres f mn against wjvcm there is no i1 it inor POfi Itbe uat riminal who csn t ot3f pardwis and who J y hk acts ha- S a i 9rL thiOstdM1 ijQII tMt- l t fi f I Jii i J fjtt ts TSf f1 VVVVever blackened then nle- ojva Btat a man equal ta iBarabbas ovold W1lVVthTe gentleman frtrornRoywill say give us Powers and the an from Dirigo has grave fears that this prediction is true And I have always been taught that God is a just God and so if he would slay seventy thousand in Isareal for the small crime of David in making a general cen mightlHelect a man to rule them who has ben thrice convicted of the heinous crime that Caleb Powers carries on his shoulders In addition tVthe scriptures thatj called your attention to last week please read Matt 27- 1526Ltik 23 1326 John 18 39 40 Acts 3 14 Then goback and read thebooks ot Samuel Kings Judges and Chronicles with one or toof the old proph ets thrown in then think of your vote and remember that In as much as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren e have done it unto me And now last but not least we have read the scripture that the entleman refers to and must confess that I am unable to catch his meaning and so will say to he gentlemanthat if it is Mr Bertram that youmean to accuse of being a thief that you are not true to your trust if you do not expose him and if it is our humble scribe that you ean to throw it at will say that the courts are open and if I am guilty of such it is your duty to prosecute me So now I may add that this littletalk has been given without malace to anyone I hope ho one will be offended hereat It proceedeth from the heart and is my honest opinion aId if arty one can show me wherein I have erred I will ac knowledge my mistake and extend my hand in friendship and ask forgivenesV RLVC- Gentrfs Mill We were indeed sorry top giv u Mrs Susie Vaughan and5 daughter but Mrs Vaughan has lost her health in Kentucky and hopes to rectlperate in Texas Our parting day was last Thursday May success and good healthbe with them for we can recommend them as being real indus trious people and excellent neighborsMessrs T Sullivan C And rV son UG Anderson D Gentry and w Av Wilson were in Rus sell Springs last Thursdav o N s businessVV Mr E B Wilson has accepted a position as clerk in Mrs Er mine W Wilsons Store in Rus1 ell Springs A lberof votefs were eh ined at Pleasant Point chool house on last Wednesday night by Messrs U G Ander son and Silas Sullivan who spoke- nj behalf of the Republican can di ate for Gongrab All enjoy ed it and we eelquite sure that if Mr Taft cildhave been there he would have enjoyed it too as Mr SulliYans speeeli wair both patriotic and intersing and would have been good for Tafts next inaugural address After the speaking many of the lead ing Democrats were afraid that tneRepublicauswPuldpuUdowIlMr tje Log Cabin and Place Hon Silas Sullivans picture instead The people of this vicinity extend Jheir heztiest congratulations tot the newly niiarr fieour pie MrBudAndaon aid Miir Sofa Fxoet who eloped te- J Tn Ia aid fp nd the ifJ rJnjL r fj J LG dyvmew HI C Y S 3 Uaix4TeQ H6Nell reV from Louisville the first of the week J A Diddle Amos Keltner and Lum Rill were in Columbia one day ast week Messrs TR Stiilts W A Coffey and Hon LT Neat of Columbia attended the speaking here last Monday C 0 Moss spent a day or so on his farm last weekVMr J W Keltner will leave for Greensburg in a few days where he will spendseveral weeks visiting his relatives The hauling of the brick for the bank building at this place has commenced Messrs JoelOand Lewis Moore two of the best citizens of Weed were in our midst last FridayThe few nights of frost last week put ourfarmers to gathering corn The price has not been established what c rnriU be worth per barrel Mr W B Dulin sold Mr John Dohoney of near Columbia a mule colt for seventy dollars She was an extra good one Herschel Sherrill bought one yearling mule from P Cqcaff ree last week for one dred dollarsVMr L C Hindman spent a day or so on his farm near Uo lumbia last weekV VV Mr Robert Mcdaffree of Co lumbia was in our community a day or two last week survey ing Miss Bess Holladay who had charge of music during the pro tracted services of Rev Craw ford of Columbia atIvltGarmel I church returned to our town last week and reported a good meet ing VMessrssonrand George Staples alFgro cerymen out of Louisville were in our midst last week Mus Dr Simpson Simmons has e n spending a few days with Relatives at JamestownV Messrs Sparks Parsonour blacksmiths are getting plenty of work to do at this time and they certainly understand their business t The regular services at Union was called off on account of the protracted services at trolllast Sunday Dr J H Grady ofColum iaf spent a few days at tllisiP1ace last week calling on his relatives and friendsVMisses Jennie McFarland and Ora Moss of Columbia weracall ing on their friends in urcoin munity last Friday Rev Pangburn our new preacher filled the pulpit at the Methodist church in our city the fifth Sunday with an able dis ty course and our people were wonderfully pleased with him He is holding a protracted service at Picketts Chapel this week We have not jearfledVthe results at this time Misses Creel Nell arid Mabel Hindman tisited Misses niiie and Eva Brashaw near Bliss last Sa urdayVV Mr and Mn W W Yates tvi of oi Afbiti n Wh r ra wde on Big Creek wilf in th ier future move to the Jroper1y of 1It I vUncle Charlie Yates called on 9ufoldneigbbol and friend Mr PVC McCaffreeaiear Columbia one day last week and we are sorry to report that Mr McCaf f Vreesthis time r JPHut his n of Columbia with several other produce men made our town last week and as usual took up all the produce at fair pricesV Mr Ollie Breeding while en- oute for our town one day last week his team became frighten ed from some cause running off and throwing Mr Breeding from the wagon but we are glad to report that he was not seriously hurt MrJ F Pendleton who shipped a carload of hogs and veal calves last week to the Louisville market did very well in prices We are all glad to know this for we need just such a man in our community to buy our surplus stock and we want him to realize a nice profit there by Mrssrs G T Flowers and brother are building Mr W N Smith a new chimney to his new dwelling We all know there is nothing like a good fire place when we want to get warm uick Cane Valley Mr Jim Mourning of Camp bellsvilie and Miss Wood BIJC hanan of Hatcher were visiting the family of E C Sublett last weekVMrs Justice Hancock who has had typhoid fever is able to be out again Master Ira Vaughan has purchased the goods ofT McI Allister Co Ira is quite a nice little man and will succeed in business Mr Ed VanHoy has moved to his new home just finished on his farm Aunt Lizzie Wilson of Gresh am is visiting her son Robert at this place Jim Hearon and Henjey Buc hanan of Taylor countYwere here on business last Thursday Jim Sublett purchased the entire stock of Jogs and lumber of the Mosiac Co last week Judd Bros are building a new house for Tom Scott on the Wol ford farm near Haskinsville J C Sublett is building a resi dence for Chester Sub1ttor f Caney Fork I 2fN VV1V VMifltown The weather is cool at present V Sullivan and S C Neat were calling on our merchants one day last week The protracted meeting at Mt Gilead is progressing nicely with Revs Dudgeon Levi and Iliillips presiding J R Tutt was in Gradyvi It on business on day last week A M Mercer was in Greens burg on business one day last week frsJTlferceris visiting in Greensburg this weekV Mr JH Slinker was jat Breeding on business one day last week Tai lJayis Columbia was here Tusedy Mr rK Tutt j a amMt farm lyfai nsr Pkt KY tJ Jty 4r cPgtring i f dfth fQtli iy is the order Pf the I1aYgVSiflCeV the heavy frost and snow The school aV Tabernacle is progressing nicely under the management oProf R IX Wil jl liams Miss Montie Jones of Pelly ton spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Bill Tones Mr Josh Beard happened to a very bad accident one day last week falliiig from a loaded wagon getting some severe bruises VV Mr Charlie Williamsand moth er visited Mr arid Mrs George Williams last Sunday Mr Nolan White spent last Saturday night with M Jt Elba JI Miller The social gatheringat Mr Jo Tuckers was largely J attended and all had a nice time Misses Edith Pdley and Daisy Mortan were the pleasant guest of Miss Cora Corneal a few days agoVMr and Mrs Pies Wesley will move to Columbia in a few days Mr Wesley and wife are goodS neighbors and we to SthemMr Mont Harmon had a fine twoyear old mare to get badly- crippled and djed one day last week Miss Ula Sanders was the pleasant guest of Miss FanniEI Evans a few days agoV Miss Florence Ruberts spent several days last week with friends at Pellyton VV is1itedJ and family a few days ago Vtji R D Williams swapped horseW- J with Eleven Loy last week Misses Minnie and Lottie KniIley spent last Sunday with EffieCoffey The Sunday School at nacle is progressing c lywithj S T Evans Supt Mr Wilmer Reynolds of Co lumbia made a visit to thi5 place a few days ago r Messrs C B Whitney and Arthur Rucker of Campbellsville were in our midst last week Mr and Mrs Cal Jones visited at Pellyton last Sunday Mr J S Breeding and wife pent several days last Week in this neighborhoodV Misses Mary and Mattievans were shopping at Knifley Oflfi day last week An infant child of Mr and Mrs Rufus Neat died of dipthe ria a few days ago and was bur ied at Tabernacle this being 6 burials at this cemetery in the past two months sw RowesX Roads i Ellie Blakey and Senpre Sheari er were marriecl last Sunday Loren Miller and Nina Moht gomery were married at Tiger Montgomerys last Sunday night Thomas Hadley officiated at t pM of thsse marriages XsiSt Bishop Garter win comme his big meeting here at the ljii church Dec 2nd Tifp first days will be devoted to 6r cti Srs rn stituteV Firiil McIcifl1Y Maptha q JacKinley far I buY t IiicepaiI iL X Gro iidt0 4 I Mi ir l 3 P4iAflliomffeys W Jr T v il JM s i4nl Mr ther Grdspsit d S Hadlelaat week ilusie fVAbe Garner of1 4 f gave us liifjfcdays t6JR new churcfelstrelaiib w eekt5 WhiCh we nk nii rCeagain Abeis f ii jjburned Irrescuedup and thVe digh h 6erwater andsavedtiiise Bill Cook iftdeteJLZgallons or r tc andy lsttlliP IJp 1 P he nishingtouchfi on H if Wj Pdham 1 I10t 4i 1i h Getting wi tet iOpj Iaaynew I aniOp ftthitighVborhood X t y t Mrs Jennif jmT Kvand dugEtk er Bessie wre visiting relatiesV Hiini 4 L MissesNin an Bess Erajna mith RuthndAnnie Lizkia ISquIresMraand AnmeTodd a friw day 1Zf VLJ MissX Jodie2 ft has been visiting 1er n Mrs Char ty 6tIIJames SudafartRbb j ught thie L calves last vekfdi 32 also bought three mules Jor lSSi JEte i i sold onebp ncbOfftCltttt td Owen H or hundilfSaie sohLto Ei tiIV92acz u c L t foi3 ce tSP f5r p und i M hn N Squires oi o- fouikodate farm th d i fiijncli p iMlpgs kliP8OSperhdred L tr I aIr Mr FOdd toni t templates bu W adrm near aN railroajl L s1 4 rLt Mr liort Moore and family J hav rnovea to fnelateBr Moore i J i 0 1plac Y wome ott and lis estimable fam1IrIn our jneigKborhopd t 4 Jte Luther yo4ng i1t preach- at Hutchison school1houe tJh oj1LetMr Eett Tiirer and family lJAttto Mr Jo Turners r t neighbor ftorife ir Lucten erhs move dWlmg5tfinishe4Mi i lae Tbuydi Whsac I all his out buildi1 ed1 will be one of the hameshomes jn irghbarho4x1- 1Iisses Jiii1tr Ji 51 JiiXiU J diff vit6he1r brother a- talleyst Fnday evearng t t1SttlInOkl VLrg JtSiII f It- lrl 1 iThey rijfai i IltionSinboughtoebIL u t va1uV Jmats rrouDdill cQ b g4iartb ii 1JtQJ further In f011H t 1 ifrzit4ifThk Ii 144bS I s j