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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t iI I h f 1 Jbv a IIt Iuntfl ebJj 4 tJo 1i iIlo r ItjVOilWF XV COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 1910 NUMBER 3 T 5tjF I LOCKS AND DAMS liscussed theBoardBurnside GREAT INTEREST SHOWN The Louisville Times Special Service Burnside Ky NOV 18A commit dteeof three of the oard of Engineers for rivers and harbors of the United States gave a public hearing here yes trd y at the Masonic Temple A large andenthusiastic audience was present from all of the upper Cumberland re gion 0 H Waddle of Somerset pre aided The subject for consideration was the building of lock No 20 forty thaSbelow lock No 21and the improve merit of the upper Cumberland river generally and whether or not the increased tonnage of freight by reason ef the locks and dams would justify the expense in building the locks The committee was composed of Col D C Kingman chairman Maj Her bert Deakyne and Maj W J Barden Maj C A F Flagler district engineer in charge of the construction work on the Cumberland river was present Former Senator James B McCreary first spoke He said after having rep resented the Kentucky river district in the House for twelve years and hav ing lived to see the Kentucky river locked and dammed toits source Three Forks that he knew there was noth iig that developed a country so much as the navigation of its streams He said that after a river was taken over by the Governmment to improve and having commenced the improve ment the Government was obligated to complete it He said it was nothing but equity that the Cumberland river be locked and damned bj the Government A Committee on Statistics composed ef Capt A B Massey Burnside L E t Bryant of Danville Judge R C Tar tar of Somerset Judge V P Smith f Somerset X B Bertram of James town filed an extensive report with reU0 B Betram brother of State Senthator Eza Bertram with his W S Knight J H Stone J H Phelps J M Stephenson A H Rowe J E Snow William Vaughn Logan Bunbar Henry H Dunbar Will Falk represeQtedRussell E Robinson represented Wayne coun ty J D Lowe spoke for Adair coun ty S F Waggoner appeared for Cum byCongressmanEleventh district peaking of the ton iage along the river said the Board of Engineers by Maj Hart reported ad Tersely on the project of upper Cum berland improvement because the ton orjustifylocks and damsHe said be believed the tonnage of commerce would in crease tenfold immediately upon com pletion of the ri improvementst 4 Farm For Ssle sidesirecontaining 140 acres Good seven room house two good barns good orchards good spring tenant house and all nec essary outbuildings 50 acres good tim ber Will sell on easy terms Come blooktimber if d s redCall on or address WO Grider Montpelier Ky The statement of the First National pagItbusinessseJ udge W W Jones assignee of the defunct Cane Valley Bank is lnakin g tocollectionsto this date he has 11tJones thinks iow that he will be ent abed to pay the concern out without assessing the stockholders A hew line druggets and rugs and luiillinevof carpets at WL Walkers 22tlIt will not be many days until the sko w windows will be full of goods suitable for Christmas presents Purchase for the holidays have already com Menced to arrive and by the last of iiext eekallithe stores will be well supplied HiMec Albjrtfe and Annie Farris who aneatte nding school at Bowlingr Greenr Ky have stood exam i atioo of ihefirit term hof them ti 4 cift overy branch thy wiUiowc i tiru iOiliiiSi iliCS Ol3 se 7A1 Ftboo gr ty dcletJkktmdrsd slid Mty ath hun r 1 f7IJrdt eWiiaeli 1 a- a f r I J r Judge W FOwsIeys Will The Louisville papers of last week pub AtlateCumberlandcounty but who died at the home of his son inlaw lr H H Grant Louisville Under the law when a decedent leaves a will it must be probated but the provisions of this paper will not be carried out for this reason The will was made in 1900 but in 1904 or 1905 the heirs Dr Grants wife WF Owsley Jr and the children of Mrs George Baker ren fofby a written agreement divided the estate Deeds were made and filed and the whole matter settled This agreement will be filed with the will and there will be no litigation The reason for this agreement was t the old gentleman was very feeble in mind and not capable of making a will f Interesting Figures The following statistics were takenCfrom the book of the Assessor county for the year 1909 Number of acres in tabacco 2117fiv Number of acres in timber Number of acres in meadow 7597 Number of acres in corn 25808 Number of acres in wheat 7029 Bushels of oats 30345 Bushels of wheat 65023 Bushels of corn 392071 Pounds of tobacco 1398733 Number of mules 2120 Number of horses 4146 Number of cattleI 6647 f1NumberBorn to wife of 0 H Morrison No vember 15 a daughter Removed I have removed by undertakers ta yu gileBank the by Tuthein stock all kinds of coffins caskets and burial robeskeep a herse and can be ady at the shortest notice to go to e country 1 am very thankful for e business I have received and when necessity calls for my goods I will give my friends the best of service and at the very lowest prices 23t J B Jones Fires in Russell CountyLi Last an andSon at Rowes X Roads Russell unty were consumed by fire The loss is considerable l The same night 2 large livery barns the propety of G A Kimble located on Main street Russell Springs containing agreat des of corn and hay were aso burned The q igii of the fire is not known K Mens womens and childrens sweat er coats 50c up at W L Walkers 22t There were about eighty hogsheads of tobacco in sThetogoon for h steads7 intoMr E L Feese held the lucky num er which drew the bicycle inja draw g which was puled off by Phil Crton last Thursday Albert Stapp drew clock which was also a prize From now S titappwiljLast Tuesday was moving day with veral families in Columbia Mr JA Willis removed from the Paul Wag ener property on Burkesville street the residence on the Campbellsville JudgeTtid from the Judd property on J mesI own road to the dwelling vacated b ylr Willis Guy Feese removed from B omar Heights to theJ T Goodman propertyil Golumbrament was made 3 cakes of Lenox soa shouldhavemoney Also sugar was quoted at 6 been6cracked9minyquo been 3 J cents t The grist mill on Water street is now rNdrJffrctistom corn toUr into for feed ii Also ruilj Mcorn andmealfor r1efa i22tj tia rim ar VMr tiIii J iIo4nNoiaii ti vMother ad thsI1ou t 1 A SOCK SOCIAL The Courthouse Thanksgiving Night Multiply by two the number of sock you wear And that many pennies place with care In the little sock which is given to you And come t1our social so novel and new or instance you wear a number nine Eighteen cents will be your fine With games refreshment and pleasure Well enjoy a few hours of our leisure If you should fail to geta sock or more Well gladly serve you with one at the door Everybody invited Committee The Columbia Stock Market Adair is evidently a good county in which to mules Stock dealers sesvewauntythbuyinggresay loingwere marketable He will return in three or four weeks gather up about the same number and so it is year in an ke shtsol mu SiclLtoand the thriftiness of Columbia is due in a great measure to the horse mulecatpr and hog markets We an 59yfor sale he does not have to take it back to his farm Menu r The following is isthemenuforThanks ving at Columbia Hotel Oyster soup anS celery CranberriesICream potatoessoChicken pie Emeraldsalid baked inkin1nuts chees- elta and CoffeeA Aged NinetyTwo Year Uncle Johnny Sneed whose home in the Grady ville country died in ncoln county near Stanford last Tuesday He wasniJ1ety two years old d a few weeks ago hewent to Lin co In county to visit ar dajughter His remains were brought to this county for Internment 1 will save you money on nandboys suits or odd coats or pants 22t W p W tkera 3fiItsome time last fall a specialist of Texas came to bispountYaJc operate4on a son of M on who was edin both feet The surgeon told r Conoyer that it would be several months before his boy would walk raigit but the operation won d be successful His bill was paid and he ok his departure A Newsman met r Conover a few days ago and he ated that his son was all right walk g straight and was the proudest boy n the neighborhood LastFriday night the people of the Disappointment neighborhood fined to overflowing the buggy of Bro Currie with all kinds of goodthings to eat as a partial expression of their apprecia on for his services 1t LostA large21blacfc crepe stone pin Wednesday night in or near Methodist church Reward Louise G MacGavock LindseytVirsoriSTraining School Mr F L Selby Russell county who lost his storehouse andjcontents by fire 10ast250D4nsurance OneInf the barns at Russell Springs whichiwag burned the same night W inauredfor 300 The meeting S at Disappointment Schoolhouse beingfheldiby Bro Cur = rib is still in progress Up to Sunday night there had been 22 conversions Services each eveningat 6 80 orclock LotA Collie pup Color yellow whit breH5 iOjmqnths old Will pay a reward Habeen gone five wee s I32t Geo To flowers JrIRemembtht the Ladi 8 Aid Socie ty of the Presbyterian Church wilt open a bazaar m the room next to thSI PwU Drug Crnpany about DcmPer 8 a4trlIb nttbi1C eae will be rqt 14ij 2 c i d1wr otbo j I Accidentally Shot Frank Hulse a sixteen year old son of Rev T L Hulse met with a very serious accident last Saturday after noon He wshunting in a field near Bliss and in getting over a fence his gun was discharged supposed to have been done by his foot coming in con pilievedthe muzzle of the gun as the index fin ger of both the right and left hand were badly shot the left one having to be amputated also a shot or two struck him in the faieThe young man was brought home and Drs Russell and BiDeath of an Estimable Ladyne Last Friday night after an illnessbet of five da boytry peacefully closed her in death Sh neeser eavedthsoreasAduntya Christian Church She wi I be eatly missed as all who knew her ved ner for her many Christian vir es Ja iymespoandThedethdaytomsanrcleoftheseEl tiyearsBirthday Supperre anMrtheir oldest bi prrthdayNov 14th it being her eleventh birth d th beinggoodwere received and after supper we ha Iinme splendid music and engaged in many games then went possum hunt g Those present were Misses Fan e Evans Lora Beard Shirley Wilho Hams Patsy Roy Fannie Williams riie Huberts Irine Beard Minnie WilSiams Messrs Tea Williams Finis Neal Jonnie Williams Harrald Beard Robert and Charlie Williams xgrGlens and boys overcoats a big lotto select from pricesthe lowest 22t WL Walker l Surprise Dinner v x Last Tuesday Nov 15th being tile 41st birthday of Mr Willie Feese his friends and neighbors gave a surprise dinner which was greatly enjoyed by ll present As the noon hour drew near the table was spread with plenty of nice things tq eat and a number 0tfriends were there to share them Those present ere 1r tarid Mrs7 AR Feese Mr and Mrs Foster ln gn nvMrs Bettie Davis Mrs Susiev FageaMrs Perry Sullivan Mrs I Ty Farris Mrs Horace Massie and child ren Mr R N CoJert Mr Tom Davis Mr E W Cofer kisses Susie Kate Page Mary Feese Cecil Farris Ada Feese Mamie Davis Bessie Gofer Messrs W R Johnson Allen Martin John Robert Cofer Gofer Ra LWareAfter dinner all the then enjoyed asocial chat the boys a hunte and the small children a romp together Drop in at Russell Co sandsee the 350 piano that the ladies will con inesta few months Remember that ladies in adjoining counties can enter the con t NestDart Dhousandby Russell Co and The Adair Couri ty News in order to increase business V J E S Sapp whose home was on Bar netts Creek this county SQrought to Columbia last Monday and presented to Judge N HMoss oh a lunacy charge The testimony showed that he had been a lunatic for eight years ail the jury so found He will be taken to theasylumS New line 6fLadieef Misses and child rfhs cloaks justrecefved at greaflyrt diiced prices W L Walker 22t Ls Mr Gee T Flowers Jr hu sold his barbefing outfit to Li Wv Bnnett awi Lee Flowers whQarenowihpo MiMion and will continue the bveinaee tbeItndtKr G orfe Flow heLtirltoftber Tliei4flee QftMColia gh- tod in iI t A o Ehf fijv The Farmers Institute CountyFarmersand Friday in the courthouse conduct ed by Messrs W T Kane and Geo P Rogers was not as largely attended as it should have bfeeh These gentlemen who are sent out by the State are ctical farmers and their lectures e very interesting and will doubt less prove profitable to local farmers Those who did not attend missed great dealas they would have gathered ideas that would hav been of lasting bene fit The Institute was also addressed by Gov J R Hindman Judge H C ker and others The object of the institute as we un r staid is to lay before the farmers w ideas in agricultureshow them to work their lands in order that ter results will come from their la r the very thing that Adair county imersss for farmers to have to buy seed ch year grown in another State when ey could supply the demand much sier and cheaper The farmers of- air county should supply the home mand with potatoes cabbage wheat oats beans in fact everything grown upon the farm Each year the grocery men of Columbia have to order seed potatoes and furnish the town with ear cabbage and the mills buy the larger rtion of their wheat from home is should not be the case The local farmers could supply the mand and we hope they will take in consideration these suggestions d show by their pluck and energy at Adair county soil can furnish enough to accommodate home con sump on By so doing they will profit then se lves and accommodate the local trade We will not close this article without ferring to the talks of J A English d R H Price on the possibilities of in Adair Luacticaland have work done and at the same time usc their minds to adopt the st methods and secure the best re Suspireually accomplished on worn and almost exhausted land under former bad tre t m coentld another meeting the first Monday in January next and Mr English Mr Price Gov Hindman Mrs R IL PriceI Iand Mrs GeoAv Smith were appointed a committee to prepare a suitable pro am hiSEPORrr- L OF THE CONDITION OF rHk FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT COL UltlJIA IN THE STAT Otf KETJJGKYrAT THE CEOSEI OF BUSINESS EOV 70 1910 i RESOURCES noansalidQ scveiJftsod i VI 2 591 75 II SBciiida to secure circulation 25 000 00 87Bankingfixtures 3 000 00JDuesfrorn National Banks not d reserved agents 38536 iJd froth approved reservesagents 18 002 03 Checks and other cash items 11748 N tes or other National Banks 76000 Fractional paper cUrJe cy nick elsandconts 305 47 money reserved inl ank viz Specie 7 130 W L 00egaltenderRedemption fuIciwith UrS Treasurer per ceitofcir 7 FcuIatIondTot1 I C ditaISurplusfund 13500 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 6lr76 NationalBankhotesoutdtandingr 3500000 ue to other National Banks unpaid deposits subject Ao cheek 10423231 r T iotalS iTTEOFCOUNTY PP ADAIR fss t IEH Hug 1e Cashier of the aboye aiamed bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge andbBlief E K HUGHBS Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15tii d nfNov 1910 G Po SMYTHS N P A C Conaniewon Expires JaR 24 1914 COBRHCT Attest J P MONTQOMBRV Direter HENRY NMIELBR Director A M Mercer DirectorIGet into the piano dollar paid into this office as a Yew subfcriber renewal or on account1 will entitle the patron to 1000 votes for candi11d1bitadvertJtest put bi by Riutell 4 Cej and Tk ftk1rorTh4irn- f V4 DowdyMercer Last Sunday in Je ersonville Indr Miss Lewis Dowdy who resided in 1 Green county and Mr Albert Mercer a prominent young man of Milltown this county were quietly married The groom is known to everybody in Co lumbia hating at one time been a book per in the First National Banks The bride is one of Green countys best young women We take it that thett couple will reside at Milltown and will be given a hearty welcome upon th iriarrival I Public Sale t I will on the first Monday in Decem Jbarnty One pair of mare mules 2 j ears old 1 Horse mule six years old I Filly one year old f I Mare six years old I 16 head of sheep some of them rekis tered A lot of fat hogs and several sows with pigs Several nice gilts and sev eral male hogs all pure bred 32t A So Chewning Columbia Ky I can furnish you what you need in the way of corn oats hay straw cow feed etc Free delivery 32t Hugh RichardsonS t Remember that if you win the piano you will have to hustle Write to your friends in cheWest and have them subscribe for The News giving you their votes In three or four weeks the conr test will have reached an interesting i point hence the successful candidates will have td keep on the go For infor mation come to this office or call at the store of Russell Co l Lost a scarf pin in the town of Co r mbia the end of the pin blunt MrifJ A Yon1gr t i Mr W H Newman a retired whole sale groceryman of Louisville died last nday He was a grand old man own to every body in this section ol Kentucky He was a native of Monroe unty You should see my line of ladies and gentlemans neck wear all the upto date styles 22t W L Walker A son of Mr Sawney Mills about eight years old was accidentally killed last Saturday morning He was with s brother and they were en route from Liletown Greensburg with a wagon and team The boy lost his balance fell from the wagon and was run over and killed His mother Was a Miss Baker and was reared near Gradyville Remember that the turkey will be drawn at the picture show this Wednes day nightSThe moving picture entertainment ow going onv nightly at the common hool house is the best show of Its charactereverin Columbia The pic tures are high class and instructive 4 1 Mr E L Cantrill representing the vi Norris Poultry Company New York called up the News Monday and that his firm would start a branch house in Columbia and he hoped ji to secure a house and be ready forjJ business the last of this week r Kr Hunters are warned not to hunt ont my farm H B Garnett The dwelling house of Mr Robert letcher was consumed by fire last Fri ay night He lives in the Toria neigh borhood and not only his home was- estroyed but all its contents He is a very poor man and his neighbors and iffiends are doing all they can to helpC him Five weeks from last Saturday vunr tiVChriatmas EveL try Hardin a wellknown colored nan about town becoming tired of liy ng alone married for the fourth time last Wednesday night Rev Parker Jackman was the officiating clergyman 5 j Me Mrs W C Murrell have rented apartmentstat the home of Mrs Kate Smith arid removed to them last week v The eclipse of the moon attracted the ii attention of many Columbians lvWednesday night The total was 556bJ and ended at 647 We will payne cent per dozen nwft for eggs than yocan let at any FwiJJ N11s1s Will alsa lxi PoRry Feathtrs at t kigiestaarket prkes i RusllCi l13t 1i t1 t Mi Bjtie Sinith while ouiqs f i- rl fwda 141tw TbM IFfl C Ci4bStssctIib- s it trnd tf kMrS 7 dMQiiIaMrY 7 4- I J c J- Ii t j i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 4jf q f 46 rjw fTI Jttf W j t zti7 S G fat Places For Faithful 1f S 14 t V New Xrk Nov 15Gover 0ij0n rD x will 11v i m9 1than OOtQOOa e r v ute il I Xsalaiies direptww a1indirect1y imoSt1y at the instigation of Mur 11 pptYandu State leaders soRe- rk H yM1ij are the appointment of- yr Sit iw ltji T Commission 5 that spend millions cdoI1t1niitia11y1 such s the 1I it LtJ f EMblicIS rvi e CornmssiQu and cj iISti te ThhayCiisionnd ifkiise1ece ha1s9tdepart t mentSthrough cwhotri practicallyI i iflhf th 34 OO OOia1 l u 11 a I JndI get is expended I h 65r Through th ffi c of State En gmeec sev eiral hHndred if not t ousand ninor1abbrersarnIem- 1tlnjutu can be taken care tIUit of J usE lL s thousandsof foreigners and er iabofers TepVovided1 ththIJ it vi tf3r position along theo line o t O iski1IAqQeduct d hs I tberICrnmIqi apjl til Seinteiident jl of Public Works will have the c 1etinocotracts aggregating V approximately 480000000 Tnfougn the control of the J Public Service Commission uP11 S ite afidMn this citya large t number ofplaces wilLbeavaik I abhL ftif sdbdrflirikte r employs tilol Vjii n ttintj eu t unaffecjgd bysojthg ci1 eryice Ambngthesa Isasecretaryat OOOi two assistant secretaries au f chief engineer and several as tdJandsaveral assistants secretaries to each of the five commissioners iOifV 1l tj aad the hecsof eyerALol t1ibureau inithe commissions In a the commission Greaterj 6trNew York employs men andv Jneh 5 JV xEafchof the dbih mTssiotestr1e rWAltf jl t ceive 15000 a year ana theL teiKis ol twp of them expire an a fe tii J y e a r Cpmmissioner BassettJV i u Ki J tii gidtsoutci office aitixt Eebru ry aid1T Cdmmissiorier 3TcCariolPs JijA4 v teim expires au e W Jater Any of4he Commisionersicanbe re moved by the jJ Governor on ii chafgesJand the GbVerhttitsac ViitionisjOvying to the ejection of Dix j J1J itvs intimated 3ster4aybya person t artl5rirespbnsiblevfdr1ith1e Mjti ijf4j i Tjeffortii UEiti 1dRubhirSrvi4Qrnmissjcrn frM11 awarding the tntri tsI1forOO Inn 4idfliiO t ua t 1aJ stru ti9nIe1 cwV ltThe GOV t menLof a superintendentiPfJnL suralfceukt 7000 a yearexcTse l1l1OOOfft8Uperlnoj j t utli1W0 lfJfC ttillc7OOO i r av t oJ ti x 1irj intendent of public J 1 OOOf comrtiisiBioner ot agriculture hoodme1 commissioner 6000 healthf commissioner 5 000ijciyiiser2 vice ommissioner three ti3J i fKW ace State p Jot 4ibn sup dnten e isonICOIDJIliSI If AJh Ut11 r tlij 000 su PC1 rlUu enolU lie1 tfbuildingsv State architect teete tax comrnissionersatrr1 6000 each 6oOveAva tIsupIy corn iIt v tinIiAdentpb iiospitals pefVILsbr Y5f eharitiat 6 XKf portAsvar dens superintendelitelectioris S armero s 6tJi if tnlJ 0 r 1ili tii lh tc af 4 t1 IJll eD3 l 3uae Jr fQf tl1 Slnrnlntmants U Jiirmed by the Senate f Ml 1ii4h T ifny holds a sub I Jf JUt rIUjoctyEacof tbF ioffici ntibhM hf1t J 4 q I c I 1CrP o s iJCthtWilbee- ar t r e t of they as a resuftof the election will approximate a thousand Il Knl d f1RaTe r01ij1U i gi menllr be tlleH lat the mte ofnea wee in Breath itt dbtlntcac6bWttg toi vOIl h 00111 kllowiti 1Jfu atl1ittJbQ w1sfri ratRforti a few days t 9 4 Heaidh o auiql a Greek in Breathittv there have bdehrdurmen k1lId utthg tIi it 9csiJj tdJ ti h hnd l st ww ekfu and1l1LojLth nl were known sHargi5jmer1H saysvJi tEt ci11Lnpf3onn Aier- was simply an outcropping of hyIreason or killing Abner was be use iie wasfHeidly1t CEdl CJ1alian 1anthe l t J n sII Hargis1 As to the lf ktf3t i uoJin v ri known laaHargisMrnanvuit was tatedthat the feUd had nothing Vtor J out iOti4he whisky cases in BrMthitb The citizen o Bro iuu Itl Uit itt who has4keptiOut of troubles ift his horne1 cfdUnty iii tiac J taking neither side0pfJthe0queST said that itvis certainly morethan a- i cornciaen ljiLUi all t Is r ct i d themen killedin Breathitt county d ring the 1t year1 haVe beeYi iv jWiOniiiJU iwiiii Hargis jinenf whq SKerg friends ofthe former5 Judgeifc When he wasJll 1ivft andwho llrr nowr i J at i friendly otoQallahan aHe statedc too tHat the Mllittg of men in J Bjeathi Easottjiecl avid that there are3ustas many killII iL i tit i eveIf wr even when James uHargis was alive Many of this killitfgs in h 1 are tl ttt the vjsitgr stated are not reported in thedailyu papers arid fbrthat reasbn 11Pt as much J llit is heard of conditions in Breath j itt as wkJheard when the fight was being made on H rgis and his folio wersiMx sk of the menJ slain he sa5siire n6ltTof promi nance and frt t reason not rr much attention is to the nkhhbgcounty Hto1dsornof the in sidetQiy ofsome of the ikillings and makes it appear that Breath itt is worse DOW than it ever i was before witL life JefJ h e Frapldort News r t m Utl1 lt JacKson r s Latest Killfh S U iJ t v J The lust foEmurderias bred in ffte bone i ii Ipody fBreatiiltt M ny bad men ate eftjil theJ county althoughmanybavebeen killed One ofTHeuworstlStJaKie Noble twho kill ditf uinrt the cpunty jaitei1 TW Nobleswji HarJgis men during he HargisCock IilLfeud One of them became t involved or rather was discovered to be involved in land frauds j and s ejIduskand was a man with notches OR his glL erIJ k t died as heJ 1Icouldand legally convicted f There is a toffi effectitt sentences toJifJrnprisonmentj or death son coniinueSkto grind out verIidijate pfaJguiltjtiathece eventually be evrer kil1kgsi- Akdnny f w sm httllL be- J I f 4 t ill a 9od tOQmany J aCAson re1 J IC iWarri the pltyn rlam d itt1ie fQtirt Li8 uo Iongert a Hauls ftailfBt1t i1earMae1dttatas pj1j1 uid 00T iJ t1S ffQf Ibldl 1Jiin- Frankfort ttlNews t t tl j IdIptbutiG1nl fJ Jj Js- L J f Ii P her mind ablank to what ias icin h and ftheoreticallhospital thpra1 insane for twentyone years while her family left as yourfgChildren z mir y Uk9l itj c ttJ edoveli the country and tihewto anSfonce raaini41takeiip the threads of life ant oldW man and to- riVvJtVl i1 i1 jji r IAJpgJ children oj heJ1 children as old and older if tiMVju riiifcjl Onif a3Wiscore OL yearsLago is theifixperir h e1f MrsJa b eig r ti orI11 tuRed Oak Ia Today a sweet facedvhite4iaiied 1dladshe- is living at the home of her flai hter Mrs EtfSwiger whom It sbJassaw4s r fl childQ Oui teeyears Sheiscibecomrng ad q aiIit q with her granqqhildrenfb 1 1 fofaile her ihusband now an old ninfeebld health is speeding IJt hLoi vi it j frorn Washingtoji itoj3om the wife ofllhisyotlth TwentY jrafamily of thiee daiigiiErs Hd viSV i 1J u it U4j o one 5onti ragging inv agV from five tr1 fourteen yearsr was siid st ii j iiji ij irrrytsanityuuShe was4aken to an asylum bf hehhsbandanaatu isy i ijy ftj e1dementiaKsl innature tne years passedm tad QlJiaiproYUig Mrs Kreiger 1 radialIygrewwor UntJil dis ULt1- paipingpT sr lJ tie re re y shewas finaUy sent t01theaasylumI f6rinturableSat f i 1i t as tbejjjflg yaro1lepei- had Jxer she has1 lived oblivious to everything J11 i family has grownup oTimethe greatr necrbmancer has pladed 1J ttirt i nm tn arInpn thenv aqd today the children whom sheileftrare ro n JlndJgp l oi1Jage mar iedvandlwithchildrenlolder thantnose from whom sh was taken It was ahputia year ago that physicians at the institute h thiwhqsapecularitiesiithey bad be mtfamilmi W a sIJshowing 11 wtn ka r pespspf lu igtYi Tbee perji bds graduanJ 1b came sich bat JliJliilsheiiT iiCt vided for probationariesLITher- ehrrettfrh tdfnpletsaiity Misul1 r1 iL- tWbi lj j UfQnDJjsh cii hi- datihters jt Q who Jive in RedtOak timidiwrand hesitated ati first ifeeHng str iel t waffilt1tese tvhi icf uidiehertiwere her children1 J In the iJ c Ljendhl 3 VJ IHI ariUUTl filUfl stronger she finally accepted thingas vfeheywere atid afew tonjthfefihome ofclieridaughteT Mrs E v d SMlt sJ R dO k h t ut i l t kieishe 1Q orlay h uj hJ lri j ef JIIii tiJ v I ibWord From Bryant J lidJU SM4 H j t i SVif t netpg thft JQost rijniarkable things about the recent el6ctiont 5jit t wivivit iJ was tnat in rr slrCmv5J aitljih xewry state inthe unioo ffiiaIF thra lttg bfJlbny J h ft qJ UJ j for the newspaper M9s was not one word about William J Bryap1io bolted f a DeRjO fatic nomineeATheIpa pers thus far have notusedrBry aiistnimein reporting the elec ti tr eiults Insiad of bfeiri lh l J4- isheLt lgAJI1aJlHlff Hi r C9 nja- negliWc qalityindno y- eethWtoe It tw htl1i hBoating a nQmi 6e can be for l l1iJ9iD f t d 2diat H irkioii fnounced e teHsa- rd i there was no excuse for bolt irtymnee1 ln1J Yet Mr BrIan bolted when the nomiiLnated a man rovernor was not pleasing to Mr Bryan f1d e ididtiothtJs tat botttEhi course He bblt H openly and even went to the expense of hiring ahall tod speab against closeifriend and supporter IS denohhfed bolting in others so vjgor ously nothing wouldbe said thtlheucectainly should practice wha- tFraiikfdrtNtysher6aches I L 7 JI 11 The Dairy Cpwt Th tdairy 6w does fabre ithan bring financial Success to the riv iHiHj i dayfarer h majceshinia bettercitizen than he would oth i j uf erwise be Her influence uponQI ji u ii II home conditions is a most iipleas ing cbhlributibri to tho e factorsit i d iUi i 1 luyyhich rerresponsjh JAlt th changed conditions wHich pre- railibl the f rmomesSt todayj ji Thousands of these homes are now fcharacterizedj by fedrnfort II HJj hc flPq bappiness vhep iorniey jjtdrudgeryIo AU i J u nl ne utiIf to hfge3ridi- ik 0 the dairy cow has been in no small measure reS onsible She has contributed in still anotherjiiriu way The d3ityufii teaQies kindness JBerovvner oon learns fchatf onlyby treating her kfriSl t NJl canJJ srthiigjjestppssi ble returns from hjiandiif7he re spondsuquiickyybIlffidwords and proper care Her disposition is one that the human fam Vilylate Sle is patient and long sufferingj ac qui s ngt m tely iIi91i 1lTatig L J 1 1111 nlents made lher pne fpr carrying on the dairy business himVifor every effort maderiforther comfortTu o v4i p The members of the family as they rheiticontact with her 1 ul hex kijJ4postion 1 are jnfluenced fO good As they ap pre iat the nnanciai b h fitdfoti cqmer9m caring Itorther tWell 1tfeakeiLdeepejJ ihteirest iri iJu VU KibiUV t R d nJqijo 4le1 n gtts- aiously u1tiateihoe qualities tichuiibke therAbtr citi 42 1to ill1utJ i zens i1 00 ijI Ju t9 je Th t1 irY ow tH toUype of man s best friend is weildmg aigreajeiioinfluencei1than she js hasfalways fceejXrfoiHicj 4ft jhei front rankS h ttte arclijofciviliza V4tioncan loag prosper without Ihr Siis jtitfdtMu1Hfil lItji j- abuildiigof suohiu9w country fi iri1lJ1c all3 a1ia sO i Uyand a wise people will appreciate her4J o i v irj encouragetlier4ixdii yipf fwjhicjv sl1ecrs the oorla tio i l JwihAT11 H ira lt3 iijb lrl1fn HI 1 COiJi ik 4 J f iuitXijR iUjfiJa j A few pretty llow rsandi desiredTWThaira great variety not properly iiace 0The landscape 4imuyc a x v J can beautify a place with a few l1ts Ieusehe 4lfn WS where i to p1ant5c kItqectcie sired It I fwl i are stetause wo is efiaient Tliti1itji jCj 4ibLnit- he borne familybu1 L 11 JQ Jones Lat2lc i No man who ever hear Sam Jones the great evangelist peachas many as three or four tmesuldofalluijJthespell Rev Walt Holcomb tel1sfLthe l sfa flS ni Jo1 st if1i t3 J J show inf the i naosfcj tender man tfiepefaliI Plea gr loye forhunaniyI Mr Jonesisand Mrl Hdcromb M jtit loseda pqepngjii 1 iis r JW DklahomaiCityrandwere on their wky1 back to iGe ftia It was H JL JJJ iJmk m b sHPPevfflhenj tixey boarded the train and shortly aft ter tteWt ft QI1 tiijQl1rn y Mr Jones jlL p through one of thedajPcoaChes j t 3 9yerdP fPQl his t wife huddled up in a seat The picture of death was on the mans I face He wa mt n advanced stage of and g Q1Iall the money he had in the west yLt re ri iMy good friend said iTtlhes you look tireo1 fhave aI ri u Miif berth back in the others coach antIyou come with meaiid bccu i py Hf You will fgel jEJetteiaf rI a good sleep1 hm u nui The man gIadiaceptlLte 100kiHhimlbathe berthlnl del cateway he extracted the knowledge from the unfortunatefcouple that they I had iiOmDney ndhtheirlfarewas vioiib paidjo 1nbisajthougt- hirhomewasquitea b distarice h bild tHat di IH v 1h tjb jIMiftx that for you said I Mr JonesH Ihavtf a little ex v J ph moanJl1g1cit ht9 1fr you have what you needi h J + Withhfeartaf fu1df gratitude the consumptive and his wife went to sleep while the lis- tJiimIf purcTial5edltf MdrfionalWth f9tl J tt h l A bad upper howeverv6uld hotlet hfm rest aM boISjtii j o ai ifjtuj i pjclgck the oiextirimorning he arose and asked the olrteV fSof 1i j Pu11manojpocMre m1c- upo warm water BlitJ before the watefffitfivW he fell overn M4JIolm3QJstherth iw stricken with atiattack of adilte 4ndges tion He died almost instantly withoiitspeakihgwcSd i s JiaJ DL1iJiI sonInl w amnsd1Xhs poorwuconsunitibc Wd hisWifJw i3 9iW j i ziiSC fJp deathlpjtheir benefactor r41 dont know what will beheo 1rs i lt r pinibut Mr Holman said to heLJ jNever Wkriihdtti y IO iftiiiAi Jtol hJconvcratioiiwjth ourhus bandlast riightfand IaI gbiifig to do just whM Iknow Mr Jones would tell meto dbv ifHe cBtfld I jAjIth1 t U v S e77netoo 1etheir hornet itrf 2it M i ivf1J1 11 ofliOthe loblest characterahthone 2f tIther the ti9nlbas kno4in this century His famg iidhfs greafe w thtiftistwh1gz9s h Jn 9 apt pt his 1ielJlIQJt Strikingly howeahl en s iiip I4Jli 3aJllljt J Ij a andinno to the dying cpnsuiifpltiive1 a1d his Iv 1 rti 4iJyl n m i 1chuiJi 15 lrn lmr plant c vei tJW soil U41frdenandto supply 1w11 i =I- I1 M1t ft I sii I W LYEER WEDDING GIFTS ReceIvedLsnan exfiTj1fhunting receivedlfcs lJw tiUng gift from flnnnonymous persona com11gte seJfrUrtifiClalteeth procure all of which the sarcastic donor must of course have put turn selt Q nsfaertlbletex tccO1fJ panyiug tnse strange present was a note wtferefcSltlit hope twafe t 4 pressed that by reason of recipients niauy falls while folldwin iiii hounds some or all of these substitutes might ulti mntely jftrqiolsiyjAs FbfrIdegroom nrurlcd while holding ofl3fe under his government it waari supposed t time these gifts came rOW4i disappointed office seelren 1syui k nu4uiqrfran yz4x- erccj4 re fropi a rFnJin1tnlfl sR- Hp j9 1ypriT 1werereu-4tpd i and Uexqd many htjndreds of dijtSame jenrs1agofn the1wisteanek1eu Jyu jcrustyi Tnerehanfei on espousing a Bpjpster of mature age wsts presentGd by an drake r WJtp1two coffins fpj hirnsplf upd vyjfe n Ifttqr whiqix ig ni d these Y IJ1tE tfiat they w unlike most of the otiier offerings received te sule t bp of serfW Naturally enduhf thV bridegisddmtf6sehtedf this sirigfthilr if useful gUt thidittubI aHthefeff6rtil of mutual friendstb prevenfa breach 0flthepeacadiJr t u1 lLlk Nex t1Qn J a nojlo bt tQltJbjj an InfipcpgenqIan rq Qbiowli Cq PE p isYf ovJf1llYImlJ1Jre tl1 Thejresiient t case was a large brass caTO int bdea lso thV ineVrtable accom p s1nletteiultat tIi torestValn1 ttft Wayvardflights of ri gidfly young wife who has married a ed6Crepitrold6fdbll fothIsitnoneyiiL43hlcago IWcbrdiHfer IduJ J4f L1I iJ fjJ f i ini3 J izt1SU I b 1 PIRAfESryOFhiHONGKONGllti d TIj 1 Tevre 11he e 91d Fshion JnIatJ qppt r NVf Ii fIIUE piratenagrejt rrHO t irUSn te1nJst- ranger w nn expansTve and tnkehat1he has br worthless iiub thntbibut theitetlPldtlr rtiibned murderou kind who cQunt not tl1et victims its Jthey Beckon the spoils i G IJ- Pgjppurse they dQ not waggecitajcos tumef agjill reppiraxes sboulflor pLv their trade in Hqngkpngs imnTpdiate pfffsheiiqiItccvdlhe barbors edge thev mingle atitf gossip water fydnt news knowing well- cLtrgois wb fi Prn lurfir1 due from th6interi6ri And la then purple twilight a junl jflart8Qntof one oftbe m any i estuaries far UR the West1 or Pear1r1venant- Is9pps VJt1 the t4 elJpessq Ajbnwk tru1fjinal dbncksjota swaf ming crew the loot disappearsfforever frrfm a shying bulk in the flce swathpsfrabapp- 5tled in tile eat bf the Siinhni haff a hundred takeipassage intheerbwded hold of ta fiver steamer and when the handfuljQf unsuspecting whites gather- g1ad1nuer jIcIae4il gi1ienI9 YtUrQ14 the startled ai5uand the lI1s takgn lItie iIfle from Dehind tile shot torn tableclotb tuefishIp 1Hh rend beaded f6r tileabdhWby ha1Jrna- stePtitlWrlfl L ftUlslem abeTl more tragedy is added to the long list of crimes oi1 fSUdajigTrW J Ayl ward in Haroers Masazuae l Ii lJuOu t1ui 1J1urnorana1hiksophyi4cioy fri3ui1isppNCNJ4 fMij fJiJU t 4p 4a jJiJ UU FER1iPARAtnRWp1YsJ lS8iJ5 SOIUJ loI iti it 11 o r1jj men whouiiigllt be of isonift t1iP i 1 y1Qi1Jn t their ive- sirlPet ail ri 1 tiiri hIII 1t1ujHIlvA Wise guy may but be e lfoohf 1IU IMi Hrtgbili l 1lillelt du JOJ U iI IUS4 ri I i1ivtiI JJ j tjf t fkEi get what WeW n Uj serve how tickledJt Ilb frlexidsi1d t 3tm bO tli ijjiW- JfIT J Ij d jJ h rlqf QcfILL hIIfrom pebtle ulj UatiJ were net al1ocu iji l iJjJto zake1rnitk 1ilth y HH1 P 8r llttdo nr IPfhj IiAtI trr JAtdt a iiiQ mwtuJ J a It q legtpr 8n J Maybe itis better to have loved aut2s l t tii1i nvQr to4hav i10Vtet1atai ibUfIl t qS riHr jIWAAr p i j lTit1 6HCit7j hil lt1 r i 8 ayor kI10Wj 1MJ to dltb1ai c ik f 4I Nothfiug tt ifc ImiJ6i ibliQiJif rilwomnii with a good lan4trt Lj1tl M4 idIi m Jv Jg 2I tf plofp19klidarptN you never nsw It1 i bilitCfqiJW9Ji t1Jt1 i i r TJ amp1e life iaai fr1I nJt kar tA 1J WW1 IQbju eior ir 4 r u i t tlt 1 i At fIr I t J E 1 t f WJ l HE ADAIR CO 1 UNIT NEWS 3 Jh I TOLLEAIAt J y t XfAs certain as that cork will float Or as a bill for plumbing Shell always vote her ticket straight fi And never never scratch it jpFor that would spoil It sure as f APiSheder gloves will have to match her X hat Her gown be tailor fitted dof the latest mode at thatge Twill have to be admitted hat when fair woman goes to O choose X a cunningFrom A ft I That vot r will be stunning sendr X lendiA praypxfelfAre old or unbecoming O Chicago News p f pfllRAL INVENTS CRAFT FOR LAND AND SEA USE of Torpedo Fame Predicti5WweII Many Uses For It 1nsv Ii Experiments are being made at flh lie with tlmphi 11 craft built foRTear Admiral John A Howe IS S N retired wbJch Sf r use on land as well as ear Admiral Howells who wg tuej linator of the Howells torpedo exI rimented with a similar craft aI IT ago but the results were not Just lat be wanted so this second craft Islderablj larger has been built and tBere is great interest manifested in bjP 8 trlaisItl ten feet in length She is equip Jidwith a single cylinder ten horse per engine which will send her Jcrag it is hoped at the rate of seven Sies an hour in the water or twelve IMes on land Mammoth thirtysix i wheels are situated forward ot fidsblpsot the craft and another in ifir tail of the craft thus giving the trI10euckets are attached to the forward feels for use in the water while t1ere is also a small propeller which jneittiated On the port side for au- xitry service in the water There is M a small centerboard in the tail spicb acts as a rudder for steering the t either on land or on the sea Admiral Howells will take his craft Yhe mouth of the Kennebec river he an be given trials at Old Orchard and If- ihbvrkssat1sfactonIlysbewiILbe taken to Long Beach N Y MrnaiiW lls qleUmes r tit Bubli if boat has many uses It could be used 4Iwsbbitlfe Ovfng1 stations ilckt cqIpis 9 b NRedbY pprt men gunning along the coast who iMili salfloH tneiwateror goitfpoittne beaches at willItr1 v irr n WORLD COJliA E PLANNED Leipzig Savant to Explain Trade Ex In tiiProfessorMkuri3lfrth1e oQerthanr fr tndt 11ftOolumola1Po5rlM ti Jnn Ai povq1Qject for a universal world lf1S been lliWtcd1y tflffi r 1fifts MiMauf urrs 8S13Q JHtm9f Mc t Un to make the first public exposition f JiSf Sfils iWa ltef6reJth offeafflaMoii some time in Septeipber ortOclob r The association will ask leading bank m enorters j qattcL he qeet Ing and join in the discussion as to the pn etfdHbiHlfbfc Pffes bOStwaUs p alSI Ih fl U The scientists general idea is that t fcom m rce1 t def6 If1uriiC t n WlutedfkVm1n ysrste n t1dr niooge om moI1 to the whol1vIIIzed world thofor stwa iias honorary rerom thaiJeadhiqn1versit1 S h nJF Hfftlfr h 11f t H Io MR W HAT SALUTES H1fZ U L ii yiM UI rDarmsiadt Society Says French V and Unpatriotic ifWhtrase your hat is tile motto 3k th akIeti For tiie Promotion of ik ma fnljMc esii offreetmg jy pse Jfceadquarters are atLDanmstadt It is Wii ibit tllfsci ty rges b cue it wears put that tyili iItl8 ift8dthful because in bad weather It- t1brIngpnf cL44ndtiwt of iotlc for the custom jtifldeto iffi Ff ntthstJ B t Hr thh d n trgn of politeness = ten tJJf forJer members say la the military iute1wkM1 iQr pki4iJa Mbn or laiD baytQrIgla1 d Pirttffleers of the rUangfenad1ers The dtY ba gained many adber entsI 1ud thIMihDItants ot Tow tadtW accustomed to Bee eld a1rlc at ttIon iJlt a Ii the to- reiantl1n4 rtfE IfHt 1l bt TtiiI Iicvi 1IJltt c a I W1inla1t Ja e j 1iiS1 iirp t hoFrstopcr Arideirequ i out to beffine thti Humor ai sev4h sense is good sense n tbe disregarded When ordering hobble skirts specify whether they are to force a trot or a pace ITwo New York yo ngmen threw dicefor a girl We pitty both mr rian hei IrjiJ JA b Any hope isvam thalrtne new hobble skirt i s warranted to check extravagance- A New York woman committed suicede at 91 proving once more that this is an impatient ageJv vMT H Sent toprison for an undigni fieckattempt at suicidel Did aftyV ione ever find a real dignified means 1 EThldwirWl et eei fiondea1 anU0bf linetts1 istovlb6 enew fa7 You cannotidodge he issue this time tvtt hI r Me VV te j An Ohio fain fin s fbund th1t WeItoes Jnotler great aVIatIOn meet IS to Be iieidinFrance soon Funer al arangements have not been made IEch new Gotham breachof promise suit seems to produce mushier love letters than any marke4xhThrFrentehogiisay I listen The American kind couldnt do that without telling whoppers now and then A horse named Big Stick has recently bee na winning races With that namhe horse simply had to wino 4 The aftI 5rneed Most knOW1tof book on- that subject Storsrdn aGrmaii1slip mu tinied recently BeaadSe1 theP fcTod1 was poori ThisBhoiildjrserve as a warning to thev mariagersiOf PW fhe4uprnxerA1rsort1tho t1arjJ Honr icI A Pueblo Col educator saysl eyzy ci1ift bprAd Qi h ut let him cheer up Somef4iern- tIdqJ 9Witl J I RH tiiSlirtiAgJ gaya a eminent educator is womans safety aIve nJrlq Ha lfty 8ftlve- havq 1jr 8 t c1Jpl1n 7phttff- j G rpc aC9F1s 1r- e Wimped ih qcrs n1iie of the fact that aeroplanes fjarp about to make war impossible With nor Hissfilif in moving pictures parks street cars and t rpublic railway stations where is vvrn a poor fellow going to o 0 Is If ir 1 We may ne4rpwo PJon certainlyf7iJfallowed the threecent niece to V JHJH ifi n perish m inocuousdesuetude fe Smile hertfyou getUPfJJf the morning advises an optivI H straightiyreiRsbaving Itr tflt l1i tUa Aiiy1vaia wQmaJh g a SR tq9jl3r frstri eon 11t ain tiw9thr day u 1Seejexpe- c1 Hi Ht k Jr Iqfi4jf- lf1fl1Inext wm Tiacj1- tA subititute orradiumois s- bltikoffekd bewevwheniydu- order to get the driginalvawifo J lp jWnthemakrsiiiaejeibotbleo itts Thankt1tdtiMlifk df Mt biWilk J t r 4j fa f in pig growing is exerCise ipTO if tibestr T tree When a person learns top 1111a 1ctTt are cheap The season of hatching is St and the season of molt is neat hand r A Agood horseof any classes the product ol good breedg g and generous feedIngWV d To make money with butter churned at home onemuste fixed for it and have good cows rAll fowls that show lackof vitality should be fattened Tmd sod to market as as possi ble f 9- Thow should lf ulin slops with a little grOUIfiiY n mixed in for a week after5i rowmgio fEveryltry can do well with them pro JJ d inghe will give them rOper jv tention The spring set strawberries o are now about ready to lay itftb whatever kind of rows are sired AJ There are several advantpt- o be gained by supplying supe mental feeds for the sheein the summer time tJ The pig that makes the +t profitable gains is the one thatIf r not allowed to squeal for feed and is pushed from starEi1 11ItSB Ni Atieu ent time than any other ranch fiivestuckTaisirrgmrtlre r t1Th Ii oiiSnce oft1 Ikinllh- inge in Ee9iois thff h- gdith1 i i t s keYir 1 q1ip PF6itetakshould H8 lVI I HC FIIii WJ l 0- D 1 ih1orjpofita t n tif mir aHd besides ih6serioilowiiig m erisffidrrnlioMiSh more tiiif deVtidthic in tH f 1anfwi i F seasonT 1 uneR4f se r elbIi jl1gbhttefif g63d grit Mtl AnVti tl j rLtLwitncream dnly 6f the same t getnd not tWAixthcrdIii fitii several different skimmtris dr different ages J 1 We are sorry to report Dr Sam Cheatham no better He is in a serious condition butytaJiope iirjmheiDiptheria has been a scare among the people on littleR nox Emmit York liliafflo Kiiareii down withflltria few defy i ago One cae w sp a friild r form and tMa l rJR19r ivery bad aseI Ii ff titThe YOU stftS J larWM Collin isQlJhesi fiuiAsHIS ft fr Mrs Mdy tihnthi iijt O better l1jfl c nrr fft U Mr EdWjDfrmii iparng btiilaabffrf s Yffi irtheA n he purchased rpm Mr Jimmie Jones on Big Renox Mr Jones and family will leave Henox iii a few weeks and moVe to the farm he xwight of hi brIColumbia ff Jfe Ned Lewisj ii erecting fc c Aor moving an c g aroundoH Rti befe atiother1 ear lnc fTi rI 1 lftSu anI ifth ppe led n 1 ia it1pYggttiQg Yter ibiinds1Iba fit6utnecr tW4ot gfg fldCth yalte giving her rrucHlro f this1 wtiith r1 MfrOI6 t n iz Alexander is fable walk a littlerin the house on his broken leg jrl Miss Mary Alice Alexander is attending school at MatroWbone 1r WinresoMcMJ1iiJboji two yourfgmule for 225pt Rev Clint Winfrey has Beeii Buying jctrnkt3 arrB v Rev fT Tarter boIgh io bart l of cornTfron JimJones at 8 a barrels de1iv red 4 i r There was a large crowid dti 1 tended the last day if Roberts teeetirig t Breeding The pr hers and wives left for Keir shometQ return next faib1J- ni rfI1rjNot ffBlunder v t tvj JaJji1 h 11IIf my friends hadnt blundered in thjnhirigjl Was aidoomedFigtim 6ocon nOftWjy1butor yaljs they aweyy tempt to cure a lungracking cough fail At1 last tried Dri1ItingsNelDiscoV ery The effect was wonderful It oon the cough nd I amnowit bet- tdrheaflh tHan riiaveTfiSd for years This wonderfuHifejsaverisan unriyal edremedy for coughs colds lagrippe iMhIzirUp hemorrhages whopping 19OTrialDibitOl ir t i 1kl 1 U- jNwo i JiI enJpckY l 1f- fnstnJ6iiVI odne l tgr l1c frsdnnoted Ke1cl Wonrffied t tex rIington siS1 Federal offices ii354sesf- 1nIat atsufi at liexTnfa thptodiIt Of aJ 3iiIeInnrakti b- toiy alleged not in conformity with the pure food law TfimeefnFof liIflithe Kentucky depe HettKr Vhp i ssia tion at Paducah 1fgsp cpnc W6rP Tuesday night with a banquet p P f4 c4 J gye1 borRIf jI f rn capI- talists are considering the devel aipidl mines crnfopmentoi an icountyr tUl ti V5 h Lawrence White night man at Russell resigned his 1n ttrfifbrQ r W lboHfjhas ben elected inlisHsleacf U 14j J viiTfifMr Vnyfnl y John A McClure of Hickmanr died suddenly while on a visit to- Harisldgtfl ntl l1crl 1Q t 1ih I rJL- jqrill dmH tA child pf 45lb6rt Sorput a farmer of BarcpHntf vvas badly burned when its clothjng 1 1Johnwas throw b se Ba coy ansqsie sio jb juries The large residence of W P AppoBsontat Mt Sterling was aigsrayedby fire starting from a defective flue The loss was 4500 1diamondsif Wam rsm tHe TOunty Clerk of McGraefetrtcotwity who is efcvaigfm t the peniten ti9Yiiforl Q M thile in of- auction Jl ot and the totalamountAerrved was u r u ltlILtfttl inr- Lifen gtve tJJMIM tv jjrs i 5IJt4Jd1toyawnbeTnevvefy gnive irefloriM4 ffl1BWest Burling ton Iowa when afiAvmWEeKs in the ySfpilfai lQU6t thtjphysicians gay 8him up Then was shown the mark Ucurative power of Electric Bitters For after eight montbtVp f fright- from Hyc oucayet 1 j1iiiiice getting jop help froni oth remedies or docton fly bottles eteJlieurthim JtPu1LPx c 4 3RRIS CT i r f qrf t 4 1j2VJin H ili 1r J St ck Up j The11crngf q of ExcdEence irt JH iiftJ 714NewI flail 4carpets3T1fl9 1if ntnv1j1i b r 1 Rugs and Wall PaperPff i Zu 1iMriii reL 4 tr1nr i rHl 1 i tyd ROTH PIiIIii hShOVnin any representative styls Low pnces arc linked h t good qualities making trading herelabolutelyv3afe1andsdvirig If Tl Ir jf h i ii I txif H Special inducements ulaidjUnoIeums 50tj d yardzJ lO6 patterns plenty of eachiaanf3 vrya4Jqs11 E fr h4 tj f HWiIdiG s first grade ts I t JItJ I 1ubucb r 8t6sJ c l nIigf 1Tt j jqrfihrj fl j rf h ii 1I 522524rW Market St I rJ t r Lduisiille Kntuky jrVc H jq af i iCyt F i i xskS 5J SSXsXs X j J IC c krj t 1 JrEkANK CORC9RAN I l Q J1 f 1sfi i- rt IftighGrade r t orf j l i Q fM z cIJ Mrbte6ranite 1fi1i fjll tricf t k7 it Ffnd v f US1U siemeerywor Set e tivv 1 iJ OfIIkIfldr1 oj 11 youtbuy1t1tiY llq prent c1 b1CG tEFFi1Sin this a dm t i 1 djoIninw bofif1tI Sl iI r J lr1 frinTstiet LeDanonjK t ln 0 f t tI rJt T Ir t 34 r rta ft f f4 i P + rlj columbia Districtlst Round 1f I f SiSuriiEtoiT n11 EYE lys crc Nov 2324 WAfj tj GikfeamiMelisvilie Mortons fanchurchGamDbellsville StaDec 34 J M yille Merriinaj2 Dec 5 Cfiasey Creek Chs1 ian l huii pq 6Ifnjc rt9t2tcctiftG aI Y fyQe 7SIPGrad vil1e Pic kettsr Churcji 14t1Co1 Tnpil 1l D 17i81St TQ t VJII In r Tompkmsville Deck O 21JhrI IrzJ9tmplffi1nvije Founta RJ Dee 2425i IhTL Hulse pEvw CounjCyiri J1t t ffnJ H d RMJ de thh fihIft33Jt1il 1 It i1 fu ll r ift J p1 freh f tl a q g J4tieQffhflrqlJt t hrrgnrqr fY contihute oW r41tqPPJ1P r f pigs petan4pGuItr Often thmipteI1jrely plnr ted 1ea- s1ld1 l Ip9re1 R pfijfblt11hal1t 4 r s meayearowinin crops ti qdt liI flIIJItltu J JidICM Man The stiddenchange- activity fr9m vears of ofboth body antI mind io thelIof whicij is in thedi 1changeschief Uiij aL t andharder to the indlrauliftriyand in consequence many elderly men suf XQtOflly Lrqai th 1S13 a touble l oi headache1ouiln ls5firstpto on the al tiW hiusclw so rkntwraflytive Is xot only unnecessary but harm WejkjustInryot1 have XNrmat otVa1iIiStthenmld gfnt1 p1HIanttaklng 1aatIM therelulrementlchildren and yet is effective enough for bandiedIttlni wl1L11 U a bOtttsor Itjytnts ketWMifame and address to Dr CaM weJl alM h wJR1Jl1l qIY aendNOu HinnII 1tt18 jteOt lt e n T Thi repnedy is1apid1y dipIa fdrUiitToeOti1OfatomaChiJheranab Sypitnorei rrthIn5 ij the s 1 r T l atowthen o r- Ja a xtIoIUctlla l tti- i J Ift j fuH PTnEfrl 4ii1-U 11 Li EflEIfjU 1irp1I 7 ir lJrjIiuJ Li rHiV fOR II19IOvtIr Yr t tfIBRIGHTER BETTER t Jj iM rrJ 1 iU 1 9g 1t l1 l g ERJlJAN V af 1JtTliGtRItOFFfjfJf vfcrr rlA r LrH t 199 TllE LOUI5VILLETIMBS Indtlh ci1ri i 1r 9tIS Itr 5 OO iiA fIitltIf 13tIi1 nl tt ihI81- Ifi YOU iWJLIa SENQ OUR ORPR f itjj1b Y tFcANtG tJ 11 011Iut t1r l Pr Of n4 TilE IMIR1cQUNU tT tLtt t riiOi t rN EWSi j r of iJq Hfif ftt r I1iJZr tirti ANDH ciqIT- i w rP J IJ1r n1pftG 10101 LOU1SV1Lft j 1J YI tl h t it IU t rfl Y 1tl ji 1iI hfltIIJjf1 fifI- iIi idi l ti r BOTONitYEAJl bHflh tij til v- iOR 1Qj f ONLYt45O3 t THE L 1sVIutEtTm l lIIjther nr- anv J jn where ill jqtfl Q tulUHIJy j3as the het 9rppf cmre j pondents i Jf 41it r JrfJ K GovtsltheKentck QJdlP f tlymdjH1Ci4 ljlJri idffrS i CoIersthe g Mfal htvs f1 filfJ r d IJf ltompleeIY r l 1tl 11 7 1FFttlLJf34 I ijJJttl1j + Js poitsIflj 8l1d trf 1 DORAIrinipo1hs bt 7r Tiri IvJ jflLJttI itlrj5 1i4 Q1I Q1AUJt c1lt tI fiE5tflhf Vi IflI iY Jht IiUltb I 111 It lp t4fi tsIt nft JIr r p i4Iez i I f iir Ci 1i 7 3 r Jd or IU ljCOuJ EvtSI r Published Every Wednesday J J Vt THE ii Adair County News Company t 1 INcoRPORATED wvr i t t IjI SS HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the In tereet of the City of Columbia and the people ft i Adalr and adjacent counties Entered the CoJumbla Postoffice as sec f plood class man matter y F iax NOV 2alo1 Y IN OLD VIRGINIA rt f1 While visiting Mr J Wv Har brother in Mecklenburgr1my Scunty Virginia it was my pkas Srfl ure to meet a number of good citizens in that section andk to V bring back with me samples of- the Old Virginia leaf the finest chewing tobacco grown anywhere It has a flavor not pos sessed by the Kentucky product and brings a much better price on the market It was through the courtesy of Messrs James R land and A J Harris o f f1ockeryVa that I received the iabove and I told them that I Ruld=exhibit itin my office so anyone who would like to see a small amount of the best chewing tobacco grown can do so by calling at the News office The samples do not represent the highest price that is grown by either of thejgentlemen who pro duced it and it w not selected as the veryihighest grade in its v class butjits Old Virginia just the same andHif you know tobac co you will not doubt its real tLworth High grade tobacco is rjtjie chief product of that section though diversified farming is the 5 Border It was not uncommon to r see ten barrels of good solid corn per acre and other things in pro g portion but the most attraction L seen was inside the barns where tJthe bright chewing hung Iti would be an injustice to mentionI the abovt and not make ment concerning the people and besides lam not inclined that i v way No bigger hearted people Jive than the Old Virginian and f jbhere is no part of the State more u thoroughly Virginiariized than in the South side For devotion to genlf uine hospitality they have superiors I t is a country a people where in reality the latchstring hangs on the out side I had not been there but a day or so until I was told that t f Id Mecklenburg county was the garden spot ofgthe world and had I staid a little longer likely I I Trould have accepted it as true for love and good will for that tsection and the people are irre Bistable and rapidly seizes hell affection of any visitor It is grand old country and while x tfje Ipines have been singing their tt savd requium over departed agn f cl ural glory for the last forty years everythIngIiowi indicates J a rapid return to productiveness jaild beauty of antebellum days f n that section was in its 1t i prime The war laid waste the beauty of farms swept off itS ij dischargedlrt pts farni left old er pleahard problem to- i0vef t 4 jA newt generation hasi itcome t the rescue intelligent f Ti urresiBive and industrous and an jAe UK1Lc tltLpJ llJd iIl i iC aBl restored lo j rir fprnier fL worth and beauty Mr Harris jbboVe mentionedt was a volunteer for the Lost Cause and was in the thi oftliestrugglefrom first to last from Fort Sumpter to Appomattox He stated to me that hisjcompany of one hun dred tnat opened fire at Fort Sumpter Was recruited By one hundred and fourteen during that terrible onflictandwh n the smoke of Appomattox had cleared away only seven others besides himself reached their homes out of two hundred and fourteen only eight survived Today he is hale and hearty and in common with all of that sec tion devoted to the South side of Old Virginia a landwho se- charms are peculiarly facinating and when once visited never for gotten Pm going back again some time to grasp their hand and enjoy that clime C S Harris JIindications are that the IThe epidemic in Italy will sood be stamped out California sends one Democrat to Congress Itwas first report ed that the entire delegation was Republican The Glasgow Times speaking of Presidential possibilities asks Whats the matter with Bry an1 Nothing except he is out of breath Ed Morris at one time Mayor of Glasgow was accidentally killed in Seattle Wash last week by the discharge of an old horse pistol ExGovernor J M Terrell has been appointed by Gov Brown United States Senator from Georgia to succeed the late Sen ator A S Clay Mr Roosevelt has been ap p1achedseveral times by re porters and asked to give his reason for the great Democrtie rJIIfrom Tennessee that Icomes will propose al plan to harmonize their differ ences with the regular Democrats by a division of the offices and aI State vote on the question of sale of liquor in the big cities Mr Armour the Chicago packer stated the other day that not only had there been a reduc tion in the price of meats cattle etc but the prevailing tendency was for still lower prices Heat tributed the fall in prices to the immense corn crop throughout the country ITwo negroes at Danville yyere seen quarreling on the street onl the night of the 13th Suddenly one drew a large knife supposed to be a corn knife and struck Immediately the head of the other negro fell from his shoulder and rolled down an incline and stopped in a gutter This is tti first time we ever read of a mans head beingcut off in difficulty at one stroke f i Robin Cooper charged with the murder ofthe late Senator Edward W Carmack was ae + qui ttedat 1fas iviU last Tuesday The Attprny Centra l o iM State recomlmericied to the Jury his acquittal No witnesses were i r isastQ of J iA United States The brakie t liiia of Tensp ee wet to hit Jftand his slayers Duncan Cfcoptr and son sejfreeL We take Wi I J1 l1alieving that his fathers life Was in danger It will be remember ed that Duncan Cooper was con victed and pardoned by Patter son Va Toria =N R Roach of this place was xmthe road with Mr S C Neat last week Both report a good timeBorn to the wife of J Nor Eletcher on the 18th a boY J jIrW FgFlatt and family visited the Rev Thomas Jesse SundayiTilden Wheeler spent a few days with IB Garmon last week andIwere Friday the 18th No insurance IMr Matthew Akin is better Mrs Jno England who has been confined to her room for several months is worse at this writ iiissIJW L Janes and Willie Gibson from Coper spent last Satuiday witli the writer and family They left lots of good things to i eat for which we are thankful The revival at Chestnut Grove is being well attended Eld isfJerry Thompson is having an addition put to his dwellingjwhich will add greatly to its afoear ance RUsseil Springs =r Mr Arthur Stanton w sri Co lumbia Sjinclay Jolly George Staples was with our merchantsduring tleve k claughj FriI tJake WaltersTandlEstes Mitch were calling on oljd 1 ac quaintences Saturday at Russell Springs f Cor ents L L Rounds and wife Sat urday and Sunday fOnce more the alarm of fire 9 i gYESSlR YOUR HUNTING J h aft a r MATERIAL IS HERE aAy 1 a H Yours Ye sir Yours because its just what you wantr tOt 0 Ok You want a good trusty gun thats the sort we carry I Always on the job when and where you want it vAmmu nitionof the that never failsin fact anything and every gO00hatYQDeecJ for a perfect hunting trip O A goods are right weve them in the most complete ac Asortmentand correctly priced r K yi 0 rV t v f BEED HARDWARE coL A VA was jrfyen Tuesday and the livery barn owned by Mr Geo Kimbl and occxupiedby Mr Arthur j Stanton was discovered burning asto one owned bjr Mr Clias Winfrey adjoiningi Both being consumed with contents hay fodder and corn the car rages and horses were removed Miss Rena Stephens entertain ed very pleasantly last Wednes day night Misses Geneva Steph ens Mamie Winfrey Dr Harris Marcus JEale and Eris Barger Mr Stanton Keen and wife visited Mrs Ermine Wilson Fri day night r LISTEN fARMERS i Now Is the time to spread Naiiure on your Wheat and Grass We handle f J the Famous CLOVER LEAF MA NURE PI EADERr the most Simply i Constructed and therefore the most Durable Spreader now offered to tjie I Farmer In this Machine the Ma i nure is delivered to the Cylinder by ri rf f an Endess Apron thus lessoning the dK work and wear over other makes j jiist onetijilf See qiir JVlachjiieand t fil get tlces 5 t- titi iii t t ii IIt T fI 4ti fr r t ti tJW3 11IE J UAIRW 1IWt Jdayt- rMr Eris Barger is visiting Dr Harris this weefe Mr John Womack and Mrs Elbert Darn lr are one the sick list Graded School is now the topic of the day 1 Miss Ida Isbell has returned from an extended trip to Burn side Brp Black preached at the Baptist church Sunday hight Mr Selbys store burned at Rowes X Roads last Tuesday night GlensforR t Mr C A Walker is improving slow y EA Strange has moved to H G Hudsons property Ghapnian and Kelsey auction da considerable quantity of their stock of gbods on election day Several good feed barns have i been built in this section this 1WPJohnson and Dudley Bros Willis Blair has rented Dr Cartwrights farm at Gleiiville and will move in a short time Messrs Wilborn and Grider are doings a good business withjv their saw and gristmill at this place v pearly all of bur farmers arcr gathering corn A rc oq t a Miige j ld js be1ii repbrtid liny MHs ofiate ok8e t t w rRf i Ji entire failure in this section The election day went off quiet ly here as have all other election days since hey quit using liquor to boost floatersH xw r Crocus Granville Aaron is preparing to erect a new dwelling on the farm he bought of Eli Grant Jasper Cundiff formerally of Sparksville is now a citizen of this community having recently moved to the farm he purchased of Vergil Aaron Mr Robert Antle Superintend ent of l Russell county schools paid a delightful visit to the school in this district afew days aIvery address to the school Mr An tIe is a gentleman of high char acter and we are reliably ihform ed that he is making good asp yv superintendent of his TCOuntys f ischools tu L Vergie Aaron purchasedv the Ambros Gundiff farmnear Een moveIin a short time 4 M Davii Raegan whb asbeen suffering tor some timfewith an abcess in his side jnobeifefL Rev Edward Aaroh14w1i9l egin a protracted raeetin1 piFv Mt J Zion church on the i9tti t ft A 1ff 60 cres pfWm acres f encJr JH n f Iththedg 1f r tr t 1fjn cP u si Tn i1A tf Itir e I s r r 1 iL tjf 4 t r fd THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 R rrxY u YxrrYY r1II7 rYt f t PtR ONAlit j ilr J N Coffey is in the Louisville Market this week t 0Mr James Garnett spent several days ia Louisville last week Mr Grant Owsley of Burkesville was here last Thursday Mr Allen Walker was in Louisville several days of last week MIW D Frazer is on a business t trip to Johnson City Tenn Mr Geo R Miller returned from Louisville a few days ago Mr Jo Coffey Srf was on the sick list several days of last week Mr P C McCaffree has been in a very critical condition for sseveral days Mrs W F Cartwright is visiting her laughter Mrs Tqdd in Enid Okla homa Mrs Ellie Cave widow of the late Wm Cave whohas been very sick is improving f Miss Mary Lizzie Dudgeon is lying very low at Cane Valley a victim of typhoid fever Miss Nettie Clark wills leave Friday orning for Dallas Texas where she will spend the winter Yr J O Ewing and Mr P San aidga attorneys of the Burkesville bar were here Thursday Frank the little twoyearold son of Mr and Mrs E W Cofer is very sick with pneumonia fever MtlVernonMrl and Mrs H R Farris Mr W D King who is wellknown jto everybody in Adair county is spend ilg a few days in Columbia Mr E E Sanders of Roley and Mr viW T Hendrickson of Hatcher were iere on business last Friday Airs Mary E Caldwell and Mrs Emily Burton both of this place left this Morning on an extended visit to Paris Texas Misses Minnie Penick and Rith Dow4 iy of Miami Green county visited lliss Pearl Hindman a day or two of last week I Mr C C Holt of near Jamestown the wellknown sewing machine agent Pleasrantlis Ind t4Dr W Fayette Owsley of Burkes ville reached Columbia last Wednes day night en route home from Lex iagton in company with Mrs J A WilliamsMrs Murrell ft a few days ago for Nashville where she will spend MIKurtenMr Cleo Sherrill and wife of Leta mon are spending two weeks with Sherrills many relatives and MrI Adair county They were in Monday and called at the News office Judge T A Murrell wife and littleII laughter left for Gaitesville last Wednesday The Judge turn oon after Christmas but Mrs Murrell will extend her visit until SpringHon L T Neat was in Louisville several days of last week While there ke announced to some of his political friends that he would be a candidate to represent Cumberland and Adairin the next Legislature Dr H B Simpson and wife of Breeding visited Izrand Mrs JohnI Lee Walker last Friday and clock dinner the four were entert- ainTed by Misses Sallie and Mamie Baker rrat their home on Burkesville street t Mr Harry Goldstein traveling sales Mondaytthis section but a telegram from his home in Nashville notified him that his child wasvery sick and he left at once Dr PH Gbnover who has been practicing dentistry here left last Wed day morning for Albany where he- will locate We commend him tothe people of Clinton county as a young man of excellent character and stand itif and a graduate of his profession There is not a doubt but he is well Qualified to give entire satisfaction t Additional Locals 1 t r ght tang corn we would like to see jI men p uring in at the Lindsey 1t1lKtn riUMh this yelolddaHhter etr iiuid tfri i1L A Ht metA it th C dermas bntafew dee ago e waI stick upon which hr =jtk f wu upping The ed D9 amputatd two of th- oaft leftandrk 1 ie t v i q t r VALUABtEFARMS- t In Old Virginia For Sale They are located in the famous James River Valley one of the richest sec tions in the Atlantic Slope Can be bought for less than onehalf their value liImatto great infformation911 Richmond V- aMARKETSLOUISVILLE r Latest Quotations on Live Stock i CATTLE Shipping steer 4755 25 Beef steers v 300500 Fat heifers and cows 3 OO465 Cutters 2003 00 Canners 100200 hulls 7 250410 Feeders 3254 85 Stockers 2504 65 Choice milch cows350Q4500 Common to fair cows 1500 3500 HOGS Choice 165 to 200 710A Mediums 130 to 165 S 765 Pigs 865 Roughsr 650 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs i y 552 c 35cEFatsheep v 2f3c GRAIN V Wheat 125 1001I arketIj Eggst 24 Hens 7 6 Chickensu 6 3STurkeys 9 toll Geese 5 71WoolWool washed 4 28 to 30 Hides green j j 6 to 35to40Feathers GinsengJ 4 50 to 5 00 25ivGadberry Brack Massie of Columbia was at this place last week buyin cattle Nan ie Johnson visited IIMrs i Mrs Sam Royse of Garlin last week Misses Elday and Nannie May Strange of Glensfork visited Misses Docia and Bettie Loylast SundayThe f Singing at this place last Sunday afternoon conducted by waSjlarJfely of Glasgow visited relatives at this place several days of last weekMrs Leona Hurt our upto traderseason Misses Mary Lizzy Virgie Con wereIDohoney last Saturday night Brack Cain of Garlin was at this place last week buying cat lie Miss Mattie Young of Joppa was at this place shopping one day lastweeJ The Sabbath school at Tabor is progressing nicely with Chester Scalf superintendent Mr and Mrs A K Stone and daughters Maud and Liddie and James Frankum visited relatives at Glasgow last week An infant child of Mr and Mrs Sam Thomas died last Thursday Mr and Mrs X Loy of Creels = boro were quest of Mr and Mrs James Frankum last Monday nighty 0 jRoltiJohn bought one calf from Mr Walkup t9tlQTv Prather jMomtono ont oow t t tBra k Masia forx 1 e tl j t j jjjjj r Dunnville T Farmers are busy gathering corn They report a very good yield Comlbe IMr W G Ellis one of Adair best citizens was in this community a few days ago He expressed himself as being well pleased over the results of the election Mr W W Dickinson who has been living out west for 20 years is back home He talks like he will stay in old Kentucky the rest of his days Mr Luke Lay will remove to Columbia in a few days We can i recommend him as a good neigh bor and citizenfMr Joe Ellis and wife visited OL Ellisand family last week J F Pelley and wife will re move to their farm in a few days Mrs 0L Ellis and Miss Vera Dickinson were in Liberty a few days ago on a shopping excursion The weather is gradually get ting colder and we are begin ning to shake hands with the boys who are returning hOne from the West to roost for the winter Edwin Cundiff will remove to the farm of Jas Winfrey ih aI few days Mr Billie Tupman spent one night with R L Dickinson last week t Mr D M Ross spent a few days last week drilling for lead i but the drill didnt work satisfactory and he quit Hgwyi start a steam drill to work as soon as he can move his family Fordgvisited friends at Russell Springs last SundaywWe aresorry tj BGaleb Pow iers will represen jn ongress but the will of the majority be done It seems that the yUone has been at work in the minds and hearts of the people Caleb Powers though three times con victed of murder is doubtless as good as the majority that voted for him Ienhj Nell Mr Josh Combs and sister Miss Sallie of Tompkinsville j are visiting friends and relatives at this place lr Mrs Cattie Bell who has been confined to her bed for several weeks with heart trouble we are sorry to report not very much better at the present Mr Gilford Hamilton of this t place was transacting business at Red Lick last Wednesday Mr Nat Walker of Grady ville l spent last Saturday night at S R Walkers The farmers are quite busy gathering corn they report it damaged so much of itbeingf rotten T Mr CC Kinnaird and family of Red Lick are visiting vela tives on South pork Miss Margaret Walker spent several days at Gradyville iast week visiting the family ot JD Walker Mr Tom Combs and wife re turned from a weeks wit at TompkinlTille TaiteefC x iV T BflJi bought a calf front JL Rtch rc iifcrjr br 575 v f if f l m f E fZfilf l Kti lMMiMfaMfaM JOT cI I Wft Piano Contest f m1 nOW WOULD THIS LOOK IN YOUR HOUSE II IIItis a 35000 Piano Yorm belongs to the person receiving the greatest number of votes in our FIRST VOTING CONTEST Fill out the Coupon below and nominate yourself or a friend Itwill cost you nothing the friend nothing Act uic- kPrizesFive orEII 133000 In Krause Piano Prizes R ill1mSECOND PRIZE a due bill for 26000 to apply as part 111 payment on a Krause Grand Piano THIRD PRLZE a due bill for 25000 to apply as FOURTH PRIZE a due bill for 24000 to apply aboveIFIFTH PRIZE a due bill for 23000 to apply as Each candidate will have Five Chances to qualify for a II PianoPrize HOW TO OBTAIN VOTES frII Make your purchases at Russell Cos Store and get your friends to doIBilikewise Every dollar purchased in general stock means 200 Votes Every lar spent in their New Jewelry Department means 625 Votes fm Flt Every dollar paid into the News office either as a new subscriber or re office1Q00 m II BALLOT BOX OPEN Ey officially1 1911 Watch this paper for further announcements IE Who do You Think Ought to Have the Piano rDFill outthe Coupon and send it in It will not cost Yil anything and will count 1000 votes for your Candidate r i 7 r Ii T COUPON A I I Good for 1000voteswhen used to nominate ta J aowSDdatcl I vote for KRAUSE VI ANO CONTEST 041 fI lIaFINE CHANCE FOR YOUNG MUSICIANS the Aijair County News dud Russell Co start Unique Joint AdvertisE I jug Campaign ImThirteen hundred and Thirty dollars worth of Standard 1910 Krause struments for the five ladies married or single who can prove by public vote they are the most popular of their sex in this section of Kentucky thattIIThis is an exceptional opportunity for young ladies possessing musical younglady lIII E popularitybetween now and Aril 1st Campaign officially opens November 25 and run without interruption until April 1st Nomination lists however willmtuntil January 1st 1911rThe Adair County News and Russell Coare joi wj offering thesecKIj prizes for the purpose of adxertIslpgand want thecooperatl n of every alert votesforballot nominationname writ I atRussellyour choice Contest Manager S Ray Conover Each candidate nominated will be started with 1000 votes to her credit Voting Gpupons with a value of from 25 to 1000 votes will appear regularity in every issue of this paper Watch for them and save them for your candidate oreachdyotesobtainedfereach theirstoreDepartmentBallot Box now open and sample prize piano on view aCTussell Cos Store where you Ue inyited to inspect and try it If the instrsets withrlour aPProyal c ast your nomination ballot for the ung dy sou vrouldike ito Y costou1isue of the News fI IJ iy f J 4 ipff iii v r o I Ii J 1ti1iI i bJ 1 Jihi t HiiiTHADOUWNIW4 i =f 44 i r 1 1 l 1 r i 1 tdjo i rJlifoo drttfrJrrl onj Iw 4 t W cCa t t tP Ite j fCaacbrn4cLenetof1amInkd1 t JtocK reaciy rot use A large assortment or I Wina9 yspooIi RQ06grCol i J 91 f Iek In fact w Pn iifki aipagi a1- II t i rj io Wood gradedesired thu s nededforie 11 i 01 ii C Buitdi4Repair work ILwd1 be toryour1uu 6i j JaitJ Ic4ti our K arid e f ri Id cil l ISarid sky tJ Li 2tttn t K Y t rI 1 j t t r N9Pv i trLIlt i I1 f Lii = E z 7tw 1f iSl K f1 s41 1 Fifth tvGnifeiH teiii Ej3E5 elKEcAliIWBELL MGR l 1 I Jcor and e gLmodiIe 1 A First c1as Hotel at Pop- uj4 i lar Pi lonV men to Whoesale t iotand jt4 tt0Churches and 1 i E jd Theate4 1iLt FJFTnvNulLSf 2rJ aj 7rr FIFTU AJENUEBET GREEN WALNUT STREETS Liir cr Dr JHnT TPJ jt tLp UJa r Ifj st TIsi1 111iwii L I IRVI lt4 IUIJgHN WHITE 2 t f HIMES UR NQ JIP SJCOANPC Writ for price lItr i18 7 tt i i jij Lt r 1 L H HoHU 1 1 L v P riLJj jl 4i t gas1 and in J tt d Send orders to for prompt shIpment qL H arM 9Pr 1 JllUi JfNCtHf1H I a L1 HUGHE RQB 1i Rrtrif Sash Blinds Motif toii1P- orMafi5 ttInieri FiinishvwEto LargestcWhlsai Dooriflouse SouthnfJyour il1jjneJftR1 GOi 1ilIJNq IO4lIJ LO4fIIILiitw + l k = = = = HU y Pes J COCKE Prcs IL liV e- cWTyneMtftSupp1o 1 r + ESTABLISHED nS6P INCffiPOKAr lg89 Il1liW IGftTgi dm ftrnfSJAiY Js 1111UD s4Jf UHr V F NG1SIES BOILERS sAVVfiWf sn jJGRSTrIMrlIJLS fEE 1BO1 LIHIItTee tJf ffrr ir oMlwJ2SJHI c SMOKE STACKS Il L Jlflr trr Ir4auI Tank Wom i 2 I +r t l1t 11 kt3BINOOR JOLIC1T1 f fD orS dllfi gs t JU I thitc ii1 a ii the z us lwe iJ 211 jt5H h fJJ l In U HARDHICK DIETZMAN I Wttf t i Sheet r j i All Kinds of rYKtrrl =lLr c Lft dlitj j u nrr tI l ifi rootIJHI S101NlrVlilldUlj JIfttu 1p l f en 1Ii Tt 111 if r tn n I1Jj 0 flCalvafl icd rUaiJnarnf rr JHtJOJ fj rII l r c r l n Je EYtBF IjB 1LYnJ H U f TottP ee a our 24 Gauge Galvanized Cleats and Cap Roofing pUt on e1oOIlVlUJOU tI I 7JI1 eA jjaUj rodJtHT4W1X1JtIf flt ftJ 5tIr 1UfOU iu- I m nr8 lthotlpl naMsxsedjridlibetIer roUtWmnCJ fItwlldfdOI e without paintingWe carry in stoc Jlrgmp1r H dfJ o 0 Oofing Gjc1Rbbi1fd Mi a1 orlJ CJIJ f JJnf It 4n61cfI 1 m9a JlUI11 lJleH rieii o nS frJr t ft1ol1SUi cEt jl tGI rJlij rI1 1 11rjl 11 ir2 t li6 st 1Thrkct bc4wccn Nrst and grook f t r L- 1C1- J The Landslide tf Xif i ctt is i t jir J lt s Lue reu1tmOhioLis- blow I Y at the Taft administration rher wlk thai4her- eu1tin4Tefi yit can b stwed against MM Eoos elt even by the latters bitterlsi jiies 4 yVsr is Mr Tafts own State ThRepnb1ican convei1tiQfi in Ohi doPteda platform that ffiaiJiP vi been submitta- toM1t JLJand which inded- 1iisijtite administration with siik commendatIon ofthe PaiTdh tariff bill arLdd- eTaftsciar dd9 renop1wa i t viPPni issues thus define J i Taft Ipses his own State by fea J iJqqt eceeding 100000 J0s too eai1Syet to say what wiHfre siIt fim that defeat butiis MtithardlyiMr 4altsifuture leadership the Republican party a maMer of aoubtfil expediency tS The ReicaJl overthrdin t 4JQibi i iaik1 traceable tIwise tJmidity either ton theSitis r iv pfJir atjhiefadvis etMr Dick 4lje UH rior rRepuJjH tRcrna rnH Fff zWbenki pqi4ejelction Xid although he had RMiL 4rJifWAA unpopular as MrForaker of Standard Oil fame theftwrYX i Ji1 TI plfcismiwiir aago tne eV iin istoadfif n anagetht only by takmai j iith stand In the matter 4f the Ifli3rrI Dick candiciacy could they hope fcfetog L was done and at the eleventh hour Eiorakei jdened the breach sv4Litt9f e sucssiundoubbejy traearifcrihe el ctiSn f KrDwk J f f I j Two years ago Ohio was sfrjng iHi ly rfWioThg r events of the nexIvL- flohvi1Ieternine whfrM- riWaThoambe coiderec SaLo- o probable nominee of the pan19- 12Louisville Post Reroii can i MIV Beefsteak Tax i- A beefsteak raw is tariff id tllicfents a pound poultry 5 ens t pbUiidt antlH 1otr cuiijat- o per cent arj IaJtnJJtfft eqtuJ1 ry Jlt or dr6t1Th boOdS3nd th JivL- 1jJt ttH Ing pan IS taxed 40 per cent- httJesty ItJ ftwithafik avvthtyingvuitnit ft7E ou uY tIle atl W 11e131n S tH U ih j 40 per rceflr- moreiu 1 J Hsrr J t LrntnOtbttUIJ l witll J knl e t1fat fpay Ieasthau40 pentii Tiiaii Mynuf Ht rftatxed55erent i rHHutJIY J1y cl cv r ljJust 1is t tariffitaeth45perteent l l butsJrta4axed1nts 1pound1 Even the Jf1e ls tax d Qf lit Ji9 tttPfJ n l tJrdlH WtWcei sa yri c T7ui 1pjjicnt Thieiprepsrd mrdIft linilLtvftTO m 1 Ja ae2ot9 l I Iordinaryt I f rtf The pickles jare jrifftaxed 40 per cent or the onion pickles ab p 4Ql r Cflt tfye applesauce SS perrCjntandfn additionlTQne penny a pound The butcher who sold thel w has his shre oi aftta steak1 IfXrtbear AV He bas carved thtseI a t uarfer 6T bfcitf withVa Isnife fx d 4 peFeff1t I k ri HisbutcKer scleaverlKasqB eh tariff taxedperhap m re1 t by The I neVer lbssv thi40p- er centn ftj v 4 Chew o9den ppIngbloCk on which at was trimmeda isr tarjfl- taxedi5 pecent jm 4 1G It1gwgliedon scales tdfiff taxed 35 percentr f1 TOSO 4 Ifrisnwrap7 ped up tpj be deliver ed inYpapec tariffrtaxed Soiiper cent ro mil ntimnv3y What a splendid iUffa this Pye tflltac 1asChles jOIHhl Philosophyj7 won IftearJy JfeVersMrndf hera sys f hen ftHy Children mafryC I Wolit takefTsides when feyhave trouble naia A manuwjiq goe l kound with aiChip onhisshQjuideravili fjujal y encounters bigjfoQl as hen IB and threLwijlbeazlfightv 1 Kilf you fififf fabltiSitH jpBIe always remember they wifPH8te your forroit vPeople hate tjiose f who piekpyat them and they ought to tru TI Whettfa mother harH grown sSn fashioned Wh6 gdes witlVahgirltrtOldl see youaces going to tfuti6n a plate tor aQniQff137Li 7 iA pretty giHlfeliilfestf fln i gres-fslmantHe tnegn t ftfnow thatirShe dofert 1EiThT snWs pfeW Bflt iKant 1o ifr ifoa rcal y knows hesra Congressman 9jft rt TheifflKa ff i6b2ple ftIDy to f 1tT Iiid lihe Hr Stiuvijrti- rpbst Ts 1ts ntl Wher frUffiBsI 6fffearthi If iOY i f o t k tJ1 lJrHtSoysed at because they aont wash LitheirpjJ pleho 7infrwear snoes ari stockings shouidbe creamea1a- t for thesamereasQtt4t You may haveobserved that a giflihasimorerfaith irther fiance tHawaiiWile hasdn heiiijdRusbarid and thelerrareJJi ther3 Midicatioins that men dont beafcuclose ac rtqQaiJ1tan evv r Iw nJt f j 11 vQiilaniwh H 8eltlofflHtilifiies- dowfi1rtliwn wilKs dhhtheti et fh Vtiy 1fffde1walk to t1he- al tar Wl iSKig stfaihtr aftead witht asetlexpressionii though Sttflaginexbevery one v is ilook ingiabheitiJH Vn1 inf n 1HEv tioti e116VC ft fir woman iIs s t1 ejil16n DrLViCto it t Whether shfe nipl Her rhjlds alidivjofcerisfroni he- rhubrid oru ref u tpitiiBmtiet a meaghbortto toparfcy sh6ufMas driven to it rtoSifr irftf 1nIJIfl 1IZJt 1Jn ni Women deiringbuty get wonder 1ft 1heIpfri ukt1iiAfrnkiSIve j hatriekaamnl itHlEW1 sOrandboll It e In oft ndy lvetYTt gJ8rift4ir tW ttCtif ore eyes 6oreerakp1ipned hands ac- aldsqeUtP c tUWMO t1ttYi i5mtl Y ti Jfi UIXOU can double the J Wf3bec 09frreaL uC BanksEMiif The new postal savings bank SYStepOLy 1IU ijito operation January 1st 1911 At the beginning only 4S postoffices Will 31 r1amdpot4l b fhr one neac State K BennslyA nias first postal savings bank wili r e at BBis oh6at shtabulay West Virginians at Grafton Virgi ClirtonjiiQge1NWi YoiikSf at Gohoes New Jerseys at Rutherford Marv lands at ich iga Jgl tHOlFtostburXlM at Princeton Kentuckys at- ddleborof 1f1UI f9n i t Johnson City and so on Later other postoffices v will be added tiriif tfie country is well covered Y bpstalssavjnst nW 11e gradual inauguration of asyS tem of such importance is7CiiPm- J iIiI fil cmendable These banks airRew to oiir people and they are Kdw 1 t4 3j totjthpse omrtaU theretionQiI their operation Gradual introduction will affoifd n opportunity 5 to cSrrect ralfe- ft sr takes with least trpuble atdto make im Fovement at least cost Jfje public can better dfor4 to wait awhile than to risk the Con fusion and inconvenience that night results from earlyrr mis likes on a large scale hdfheI changes necessarv t o correctt Jr them j1i2 ta It IJ till ShaiItWOtht oterTr If they did nailligns would vote Dr Kings New Life Pills the true Jrerpedy for woman For banishing auTI fag ed feelings backache or headache constipation dispelling colds impart ing appetite and toning up the s siem theyre unequaled Easy safe sure 2catPauI1 Co H v The grist mill on Wate1 sre tqfnowi eacfv for custOm Corn jrThhd into meal and crushed for feed ArLtush ed cornand meat for sale r J 2 2tf Tim Cravens II IGThen anr Wdrl tl f Ice Ytraiiatdfn the latter part of the summer When a man has gone through the painful 1 bationb i itrayflng j3 froln his poeit t itcbaII fQiitij1rnty Jl9llt gives him a feejbigsujchas jjjhpjndiang must have had f1n quesr or a mlpwlwn e RMse m storeiidow- a fpw weks later and sees the siwie- tt3t0 5tthWl1hitdO4i1 tuv Cents ii A Ian Si1t dMe hvfnucXbfit spjomjflghelnriat sqrnetflnjike4O per ent hp 1 PaitJitoteventfr vIfcie p uli aVejPHlJ spaaonsvun tplgptfillttt qhekvpyfrekeep1vouId suitfthePcK tf Fj iLirz IiIf 3tJ1 All About Alike XnWe look around the earth and see o iU 1qQf sl1 YSI1I v Jft But to a fellow up a 1bj Tkr 19Dk1nucl 11k thEilkeJn nf8lt rrL Class Prejudice KcfWei jlont assodateiS5ilth thefiiileyera Ir4thez9ply 1q fld r thez5getlCO oUn 3 ran 10CWltsrlw nij iW S1i defiJ tierri 1tuth blltck hc p r theltamJJ t thought he was the best of the Iot jtHo Ist llt jOtliersJpEJ In gpatI- T tiIHfWW i Il lf evBluff Wins Brag and Bluster pit tH 1rFbrf l fIn a tight with Honest Worthjllj rhouijh th letter l 1rythtter1 earth1jrint t J1r t It 4h D t1 W4r 4I8J8i 1f iJni4Other t Maui place ta at home wits th4 titdt 11tj1tf 1fIIJ34Q414tflt iilt5- 4X rUu mi- I Itit u iiif tN Tme ardJ neffMIc1 I SOUTH BOUND tRAIN LvLouisviLtE AB LE1s ioN 27 Vr70a affT 9i42am- Jfd i 815 anj JQJI4 ani vlri2plMoMa93avw3s i i620pmsjsj v 9QOV NORTH BOUND iv Ja RAIN Lv LEBANON AK LOUISVILLH j4ijUlg483mVJVi 750 ant 0 7843m tlO ana 02842Opm 655 p- ni622Vii6 8 rtU iJ 815 POI Jo 92732am iiijrJOa5Noa 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only 7 lc t V ffl WIGMOR HOI- w lt r rJM W Lsfll Hap o n f 1 FirtIaTabfe J 1 11Ho d S mplelRdr rni rr FeJ1Stb1e 11f 1 Reasonable R 1t SfA1tJA if GftDILL Wy- r t r I iV t S DC rensfiaWI tri RTfRINARYSSURGEONi VSpediI 1AtthetT 1tE At H f yii Fistulo Poll ev51 Spiivizifr any SU- rgical work done at faiT prices I am well fixed to take car of stock iMon eydu WTVOrk is dpcitpqlremoved frpm stalbles LOCATION NEAR ED HUGhES RESIDENCE OUSV111E TREET l T v J u t f7 fT l ePh9ao 2QI OfTlc ll91 4Qi 1 Or James Triplet fH Dentl fJr t t YIt J JJEfRRIES BLqCK IUULUMBj iVI fl KENTUC- I1it Ti HtH 12c ftJ11 iii i1 T1 1I 1 it b M un1tt9tpF I E1t FR9NRQO4SiNiP- lolE KR it IQIl- NVPNOiOtINf f j cbthKLk zIvTlJCi Y rtrtr1 j 1I l tjrt1t dJosirhU 1StOfl i J AttoneyAt LawI t1i iicpraIi lp thls and djoiningt tountie Ja1 kiP11ft1r ilTIUDRMllt tIrdfiandL Dentist rJ IR J H- lrs l Coumbiar Kentuckyc Special attention given to1entLtybis dnJru88jUOWldEcocibUoVelC 1 Sf int1 ttf q 1t oil iad jd hfP a It h r li v iU ihe 11 KrfV f JSpY JaBVjYf fhtl lllt 1t IIiurt tv Jjtd J Qi4 jj ft U flAIIiF lugnr If tr J iIJ cbriiJ1n t fn n i11S1 11 i i4 t a iiiim1H 41WI11 NeW b1nft ff t1iJi HMirl fllt Ifii 1fn1 liJ jf4 J omr r JAuft frt lt r liLt oUfI IJt ear atltL WJ I3i1i4 oty H Jij i m d- 1btfariic ttIt 0 Iti y LI 111111 iiti THE AmcqrrtTTXn WSTHrf d 1 w Woan fjendNearly all worrT i suffer It times from female ailments Some women suffer moreacutely and ufhavelsTOiildtake Wiiie of Cardui and get relief GaTdi q saienatural iicthcipe jfor women prepared scieiiftficaIly From harmless vegetable in gredients It acts easily on the female and gives SfaeflpiJa df ton6totliewlibte Astern s i in hII TARE I tl31lfwritesCarduiIwas iaken with female inflammation and consulted doctor but to n avail so Ttooldrdui tnd side of tltee d ysIas able to do my houscrk Sinethen my fi5 uble has ever returned Try It f ALL l1ftpG STORES j i Canp1K lth1eyiP tr P Will you please favor an old Adair County boy with a small ltdpthaqdre1eves the monotony of ntfiffiarmylltte jrhiS Camp is a regimental post I t situated on the Island Mindanao about sever qeri jniiles from tljie coast The supplies are brought Up from the port by means of n 1r I hainR anrl wagons We are about five hundred miles south of Manila s I I till Moras and are said to be the Ut lrhl1tJverY rthr1 rt1ttJi erlt hey I all ieYthat our intentions are good IH l ireciate the ail 7iwJJinantages t e US offers them The Moras are a very industri ous peo let the 1are quite in f niollsandInake many kind of 1s ueer weapons They weave ery fine cloth out of hemp Tlje rincipal crops are rice hemp weet potatoes bananas and 1flY kinds of fine tropical fruit The animal most used fQ plow Dff1ta o- l he country here is very swampy is almost imossible to hike ptough some parts or It Ibe eve the Islands are worth more hnthey cost Uncle Sam They vill be the gardeiiAfj6of thj odd when they are fully de elopedPWihffwed it1et lThk d the list of Jan jj1ffan r wjn yifq amp at Manila in company vith about 10000 regular army i j tookpart inth Garniyal ravndfcfseyersal d vi wspiid parades We IIjanda to a place about 90 HII Manila where we disembarked as We would in actual warfare W were sup 12Qf QJbe an enemy trying toj capture Manila by a rear attack thelIltmaneuvers h e y laste for aboitJ3eek MmJf then called off the heat was very severe and we we17lt all very glad when thsharr fighting was over We then i 1to Mind auao and here we rema- inJQtY1bPYwSb IJal returning to t JLS ites when there service expires I have aD fi4fPlelt t fIslands then it is me for Gods country and good old Kentucky Imyold ifrlyn t beet of Yuck This is Camp KeithleyIWhere Isp f L 11Myj t Ifve lac1it1 soldiers cure 1 r stl neatii the green Bamboo t My tboughfs are over the sea qA maiden waits in Gods own land Andthat4opks good tome 14i Fred WatsonI r Co T I ss rtstY Camp ICiethley Mind P Jl I ome people plantr too manjt flowers in the yardand on the rernisejtherur ed wotnf 11 t Plant flowers wher they will give charm to the 4house1hmthrnajTyarietr = 4Ehe crates will be needed foii us eiTi corn anpotafieldst ysvcs an4thejirst fav iniI19rtun rl o IHJbl t go over thein jan4i reuail or pair those that need it I iett i T tiatcolWareflI1 INDEPENDENTnri t1t t lEJI 1 ir d A BRIDGES Co 1 tl11i 11Ir fltt Ii PROPRIETORS fI rEjg th and Maio StreeZLoiisvi11eKy vw I iQH AS A BRIDGES fOOt Months Storage Free 4WGBR1DGESif P 11 P r p j 1pIF I jjbf1Vs trjal We juaranfee to Pyq 1 JMt j f t f fame supplied With the Best this MirlteKAffbrtS 2j1 1 tUiWtfi MW 1t1Sn O- u1DMILLNO5 i r oePttLJC nf t18 r lh i jiIfl iroV t lilV a I tliJ jjfW L r Sketches w iw- Of People IrrintMAN Wbois A q u n t iientlonedH prp ble nfl in 6e president 6n Ttliqjpfe rp ti ticket Is Eugene N JF 1ik ettsy be ipenocrat carried d c h llStrit Mlgresk i EMt jriQtQxrjT has at wide atten tion tw him InVtbejjnRii yeur aidttIs fl9W that If lie ciui keep him self in toe public eye ht will be prac tifUlly Certain ofiapiave diitthe Demo cratlc 9HlIOna1 jtiokejin 1P12V fFoss ss mail that every politic jan iIeohes inty pj lJtics until be gets in Its on the sith h11h sf dtitxarehb Ufue Ig elated pkap ia J3oind to in terfere tremendously with or so business enterprisebut be deiiriy loyesjtp tigjjj Ele js d jnnllqIn s AHe begah Jife asn lumber nle tI1 1ud pthiipcbtiibItise tarltI OPthe pursuit of rlpln s fpjf his cornpetitor Finally be wasutaifeh Igtolle opposition firm married the oppositions daughter and been putting into practice a number if J r Pial1ide f ier since J1 1 1LWihY lorsome men siic6ec6fso trel mendously while others jjiist plod along and tai to get out of the rut WIltakthe cjisefoiI LeJs NIxon aisttbtIIbQtterrnenttteimhIpservice by the panAmerican confer ence J vii Le4w JSison more than Itn1adegood It fact he justified his appointment tp such an extent in the istimatiorii of hispappn tha to any f r e c o rd made by General Eppa l3uutonsp- rotege irJe entj forotbe- cadets TfoungLew ionttOod at 4tb Ter y head ctllsclass theffirst year Fnnd every succeed tog year found him rn1 1it thiCk UySiaf- of ij n vWe 0190 Fofc abliu trolrk trlbb1 Kepub a n oi beleved office a dozen bas hfgli Jstill No1 In 1S82 he was graduated ri wisNiso it the head of his class and with p all his Classes ithnienaiiecodlitlgs to was once wnlc1lieJpUoo it u5 Vv9rke J KJJ1 what lwpnt ed and 1 just rolled up my sleeves and Vo lied to get ittloI I1And it was by rolling up bisieeefl and working that brought his later UecSCS J jt I Ai r Ytnf Wl seef the1i ame bf homasL Hisgeu otJ Massachusetts imentioned frequently In the dispatches from now foon fbriiii president df ther independ ent petroleum marketers he is going tp lend the fight that organization now ropqse tocmakelagajnst the Standard Oil company Mr watpxInIn- ddntNOv26hlS5PetBrsibiUTgV n j j HPJJdren i be Albany N Y wbere he 81 nPl a sTore 9r Ib tbicmcthl tnthlI 4 f the rnan- iijLLL iffdture of a1e- greisbut ththrcouIdpJm- ake a commercial success Later the sons lished n jSmaUrfif torjr i ind nuiiufacturd tl1eiFeaSajOrfaIC SS o suc 1cessfiThaiditI is sai3 Starid oflerpdS600000tiFtfi f f Jr hlp9 1j VVHliam T Hprnada w been engaged m a controversy Secretary Nagel over the destruction of sea iWthe Pribiiofcislands be came the of the New York Zoological paJJf Q auibelv jke bnet pn PTPOTJ sgniP t wpughIIwan e at1teaJHlJpr thearnejasqP 1Re YfM 1 1linfl- eIdIn15ln1 JaWltor one period of error Jflurtilbrg trWie tiIJI heilib 1 rtcn4n l ftttC bianeUe i DJ12t- 1 wild anlmbiYfalite 1nedahdiffeaThe cI who the level 11man tft s xt ejsi went to In clothing th1s j haddperifrtentdtha la for 1J8GElk Hesta haMlfig Dr with the head thir1 sporrn1enL34MjSIIORNADAT e ecs 0 I 1ttft a book ajdJl f J 18 nwithacforlled for his Nj ttlw- oj 44Li8 boqIltbQM Ute a tia Kbep fmJMnit off a hip r 6fv BortbaiIm do p or as- bouks ot sttee vslu sM has I bt 1gg4- I ww7Wbf T MilitiDwn J J f- Mr and Mrsr J W Townsend fe- sus iSi tingifr 1ndl fS6as Bdiiiof Little J HkifJ s reriilcJrXlrMi Hinaman or Leba r Vlti trJiotetl 113 non came home tat tj ij ii Messrs jgfik Miller and Tiden r Calh6un6k Canipde1lszilIe were t Jjmends i this jiilnbodfelanfr j E Johnston I1lYreturned home from Lex ILi9r JljjithgtonMr1bwn flLeaff Little akej was visttingif1tlliIia m this- neighborhoodlastSinday rJJ Misses Nora and Mattie Breed Ievisitingday last week f 1 hisIveekIiiH 5 v hi Mr and Mri lCiFttcag of nearlifGolumbia ffvisif d tlirfa- ther Mr Arch ScaggH ast Week feVepLII iOzark f LiIt V Tuesday Tpv a Q tlJl ir piI Miss Effie Montgomeryr returned to hadqYllp gaveJ itktiT J psck sey l months j hrI 9nrgentj nursing bit whe- nf n J tGod calls no one can hinder Death is a debt due from all the living jthafk tb paid sbme Itlme2 MrMC f Upinit6s been W iS 7W- confined to his rooini for Sf me 1 time with a sofa h dL J f VO 4ii 3i2i7 The work oa Mr RobtHud ci 1 nicelyIwrsoon oc Jri 11 Jr v cupancy tIy u 4l Mr Upton Grjder isjlkept q e busy building esdChimneys iiV lii 3iv i Misses Nannie fEd PaulineiV Bryant were guests of little Miss Maud Bryant1IU1j1Tuesday night- Miss Tommie Maupin was the uer ofMisLu19art last 1Ij 1 J ir TSunda J2ij j iJ PotctO Yeast Bread t l fl f Slice very thin 2 mediurrirsize stpnedcipcl andadd I19pppficjsu- gar 3 tablespdonfuJofsaltjmd 2 cups of boilingwater Setan a ii 7 l warm place untilmorning In 1t f J l4tthe morning after the mixture i i s has stood twelve hours crdraintoiJ 2 teacupfuls of heated sweet mMc lteaspoonful f ors tt Iia basioonfu1of sugarand enough ftbui tom ke stitf batter Set ii a ivarni ptli ce tzntiI1ighf tlei idd S pinch of s6fla Mlit1tbie srMifuFo tJrd Work lit fidfir leaatvEnIito rise then bake rJq il c l i L o n h AG rnl rgpl ebt 1 6 tit Ji9 jJJ1t 1 tL kl fJentnckyistr F rmo l Pf in the state and ofJLvIndiana raises more corn acre r i ar i IiiAf JyrJ li stateIare reasons tthistqUt5t In r lclntuckyf I r 31vFirstt egroun iJoniPis sjfict- j t fNA crt ll irci d6 fl Isi skd liseYL d 4itJcY1 OtJtg l lq O i- iThHeouii1 i- spok i Ji 1flruiti ro r eMi Jsrd tdt n VL fll distaiicea d then tKe r1J i LEItH ifff ppc- ultiVation W jj f2r O d5a sjn xof ul o asLtcevenitafVmore so we consider the ost or cultivationof each and ijeckon i properties- aken oebflth soiTand the IC1ength l tjkItTH1t crop In mtKFave a esne italic jnjev hill with on lf iothie ear im eadhTh jS byprbiDercultiiviBioiTPand larrr 3f pr e s 1ftlCrh in itb iiVfereased tae two J Stalks W We Mil aiiQa fdiirteeii otinceartrpl n fi htst llcefhis would mBr than double tilwff4f the ClJr br pi iaJf gr tlyf iiicrMi the profit to the farmers in thi- sstateOwenntmocrat r Th P Ufy riL- t ir U ts L1A1k ZtJlfli thrfeeding 4lIi doiibtI- sidiITai s fithkof latiIig neris S3 wil starvation lieniust hre suffidentfoodTifthey soWrofJ dace eggsIUs good 3ua meht and feet jttenoh inf CA hei win Humla bufofgfain eadh yearl1 biritas1 the pro ihOst- h ipsddj s ricl ootlafid eggsJ Thete is more profit noW than thereiwasJwheii gram Wa cheap RandIS Inotasubs if i fo- rgiitThe foWls nJOttlyvneed teeth to griiiCP thfew fdtcmust1i tve thethfi 1 o4 Sulphur is good to 1kep ilie bTh d ingo d con t10I1jritrtl st befcarefufly edhdWd1ds j win iv th 7 r Roosts rsh6uid nei t be over OOrtwoG33 3UW il roost in t e q JJrJgQ m he fence nor in tress The house sipuld be their 49mt iJ0 Jack FrosbJhasl ttitned the grieeh bfctliefieias into asombre gray Little m the way of green fred illb availabte for the JJthensJn stormyvrwe ther an4 when irnow is oritPtI grpjuidi it makeaoa change of conditions entirely dif- ferent4romwhat the flock enj joyed a fewIHorff weeks0 previ ou SIiT e hattgeslhust e- metifg8deg I i yield is eCr pected4hnpeJ 4remai14bJjtipuses in stormy weather driiisIi theiheKsuplenty nhJJ iXiamt of litter to scratch in besides plenty of greened lL floFSf 1Lllw rIt4fh1 IOtq3L Io lil1rrj3 The O1ieiiirf Of thLlwirit r1I packing season witness diKsae cliin hog prices butgitali1I nafeyso severe aab1 slaughterers hoed MuchinLerestisimahi festedin tlfq ture oj lbeir ct4Nooey li yesthat 19g w1Vailo retutni good J pne for thp cq1il helj ijhisj jnt but they canjio tji tiand fcilifsejj IG9retheJr2supply as compared with lasftj oIIlfierciallfs1ll iJ fiJj lb t J Zd dency when n9gsare paying good prices rcOlJ js to hk th JtJuneavy9 f ieu r r1 J udwilt De made rrom the same numer tan m ordinary year- smaitingill7tt a11beb jidt j aoence o i- ruianllg mothwll t ave W AI 1410 a itselfeclso I1 5 Fl WiIiiD4m- itbMN1no J311 rJ nti1Qf 9 1riy a t t jJttUli l 1ft iIL LU rorani jrLfiih j Of the Fifth Sunday meeting i otrs bth North fe Hicord Assoif ation to be heJwith ihef Clei F rdcbrch onL the fiftlSafir J day inDecu19107andL Sunday 1 fallowingiV dnrrA Bevotional exercisei0t- Whatiisthe av 1mTo best means of con victingmen ofsinM F Grime andW lFtJ Wilson 4r jLet ibrptherly Jove continue Ji M Williams E G Wilson t CiurchpasosTheir i begins- ning andjcharacterof1theirT preachingC J Bradleyt J isWade SOOa Vafi Ll VJf jfTT fH SUNDAY JAflDevotional Bible santification and iriodera KisanctmcauonBatferT 1t 141 Destitution and 1i eds bf idur associationTnJoSfrWadej Aaron Wilson tr IBible pranoflglvifig todld atitfils value thcliurchl LW F J Wilson Ji KGriae v j c 3YFJ Wilson H reedngJ iltJJ Walters fJ Committee jjI 1 f7I 1 ij i ufc Joppa Jj M r ljr iLdi a Corn gathering and wood cutV ting is the order of the day with flj CO vv V tIsj 1scarce1at thsp1ace IEverybody is theiDtielection vr ii 4l L Miss Allie Garnettwho is pit tenP ingsqhool at Jj W Trii j i spent from Friday untilMpnday with her parents flMrs JG Willis Mrs Cattiew t u i o r vc r HolladayLlMvTiwere guest at Mrs Fannie Montr weekj to t prothr er were1jnColumhilgne day last wl jIMrs J P Willis visited her sisters weekIjJta Mrs Fannie Willis visit 4 at M M flt Conovrs 1Ofl ay Jst W k 1 j 1i iMrSIv F Willis and wife wer the guests of Mrs W F Jeffries 4olurnii last week v d xMJ38 Evm Murrellwhols teacliL iog tbe Dunbar school isiprqgr- essingiiiicely s w ni nJIalongi icel9 withMrsatslas teafehid She has be iraiu li cessful teacher this being Ke secondterm Zion i M- Mf R611in3Willfs sold toLeslf jfeenne ftv6ne fat cow for 2600v Frt Gl tWiilis sold to tile sam igtfty oiie cow andccaif i prieun IIrtWf l it irirMrsi C Cabbeli nddd6gnf eyreario t1ritvitleareV ii ingr l tivesilt this laceSir1 it Sever l ffbm tbigt lade tend ed theftineraliof Miss Effi Mont iJgbmer J SKe1 WjU be greatly lmis tedq1all her frlends and s1 t daigt sH Weext ria ur f h arfJ feFsyniipkthy to thefathily- Ersadthour 1ii of bftreaveriientf f f jtl 1 Lit1Lj 1r ItQver pInt strawjberriesroa 2 sqcjans11as tIre Xqi grub will 3 lre tp3destroy tQ Iantsbut after a hoed crop thereis1usual lyno trouble Strawberriesv n need beentTsis j V turned over and cultivated yltlJll iqraelioed crdppre erably pota + 0081oronevear X UX Msfe aJ C a t 4 xvtfenl v il Spme hands Prappm 1 do not seem to care mhlt- hWeiobhoC r UR IIT eeOtAfrther Hiri h WMh t1I pI rtiaLUUl 4 aaa 3tkffi I v s 4 i 4 cr tJ jlrf 1Iaii vv 1j f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r tt Grad wlllcy r i rt i lr JH Grady of Cqlunibiat rS t wss iffrf herelastFridayW fiIh been on Br sick list for several days Mr Frank Wheeler and fam r have moved into this comm riity We are glad 16 have th forithus 0 Judge M 0 Scott of Edmon Vjif was here a day or so of last r vweek h The work on the hank build i g is progressing nicely p Mr L C Hindman and fa f iiwill move to their new home sear Columbia in a few days t Judge N H Moss of Colum fcia spent a day or so on his i Alarm near this place last week J Mr Curt Stephens spent a day ir j tarso at Greensburg last week MfirrA and Mrs Strong Hill was bitten z fe a dog one day last week V Miss Mary Crawford of Co j lumbia attended rally day a 1Jmon last Sunday Theprotractedservices wi abegiii at the Baptist church a- Irthis place the first Sunday in December Revs Payne and cool com e menced a series of meetingst the Baptist church at Big Cree Jast Sunday night V John Cook and Strong Hill two hardware men of Louisville e were here to see our merchants y kist week t 1rJ F Pendleton and fami ly spent several days of last week S visiting relatives at Sulphur aWellMrs J Bruce Msntgomery of Co umbra spent several days o f +jast week visiting her relatives at this place Mr Oliver Wilson of Edmon = ton was here a few days of last week l Mr Geo H Nellis having his dwelling repaired this week Mr D B Henderson is doiriflKthe H wprk Several of the farmers in the Weed community are selling their crops of Burley tobacco on the loose leaf market at Glasgow The prices on the grade of tuba o they have offered for sale we understand is very satisfac dry Mr R L Caldwell one jMiiltowjis uptodate farmers s IWJts in our midst last Friday and i don exhibition a few ears of corn the largest we have seen mthis section We understand l that Mr Caldwell has a fine crop of corny and a number of acres r tiewcorn just like the sample 5 The rally day services at Union last Sunday was very well atr tended The program was ren derecMni fine style and especially the small children The mus that was rendered by the clM air was just simply fine We wa withIa f number of other ladies in assist pingIn prejpaiing for these f3j s vices and especially the music it that was rendered 2t Eessrs C O9ssD c Wheeler and Luther Roach were 1 appointed appraisers o f t h jflgdpertif6JE iateJM Vll i ran of our community and they iifchau ttheir duties on turrday ast r S Vihavgb informed that e the a iSa move oif hands to orif itn Ta Stockeompfiny in t Iw lt- oliir nitr tka ti1jl1tli fiiturc tm1brki1t the itiei I J 2 candle business A great deal of the stock has been subscribed As we get it the business will begin about the first of the year Rev J B Crawford of Columbia will preach the thanks giving sermon in our town at the Baptist church Every body is imf you want to hear a good sermon Old uncle John Sneed one of the oldest men in this section died at his daughter in Lincoln county on the 15th with a com plication of diseases The re tmo Antioch church near Sparksville fpr interment Mr Sneed ways nearing his one hundredth year McGaha It The death angel has visited our school and toook one of our little school mates Lula daughter of John and Lucinda Comber aged 7 years She was a victim of typhoid fever For four weeks vitcame 14th 1910 at 525 oclock pm Resolved that by 11the death of little Lula the school has lost one Qf its cherished mem hers She lovedandwas belov ed by all e Resolved that we the teachn heartkfamily and may each one pre pare to meet her art heavens bright shore 1 Resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the bereav eclvf amily and one to the County News for publication Gdod bye mother I must leave you I can no longer stayjlJesus calls me to be with Him I must go with him today t 0 dear mother will you meet me In that sweet land above Where therell be no more sad parting There all is joy peace and love Yer sear Lula we will meet You Meet you on that heavenly shore There well shout and sing together Where well part no never more G6od bye father and dear sisters 1C is 50 sad to leave you here Goodbye brothers you must meet me Far your company is so dear Good bye teacher and dear schoolmate We will play together here no more But for you Ill wait up yonder On that bright and shining shore u GriimleyaS Emma McGaha a Roy A It ofaPeople are progressing nicely gethering corn in this part th yield and quality exceeding flier expectations Miss Mary Roy of this place spent several days of last wee with friends at Russell SpringsI Prof R L Campbell wife and children of Dirigo spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Campbells mother Mrs E E Epperson of this place iCMiss Osa Epperson who is taking music at the L W T S ntspent Saturday and Sunday at home Mrs Jennie Breeding is quite sick at this time also Mrs Jno Smiley is seriously ill Both Mrs Mary Conover and Mrs Lottie beach have been bur iedwlthintheiastweek at the weesisters and their burials eo ne together was arf unusual oc currence at thfa place e r Watkils Campyv IrsAree one oftl in the world Iaiea on the rixwrsarlLon W CSfll IaDci cliajJno B Jr Dingo Ir F 1 Although the door has beein jXj pslamed in Ol ri face m yf O- thollow around the cornor of the house and state that Bertram received 151 votes in Elroy pre cinct that were above question that Powers only received 120 such votes One man voted bpth the republican and socialist ticket This ballot was marked mutilatedand not counted and there were three contested ballots that were not counted J M Campbell bought a calf from A C Froedge for nine dollars Creed Stotts Bliss was here one day last week fiPorter- the little son of MrI and Mrs R 0 Stotts was very sick a day or so last week Mrs Mariam Norris made a working last weekand hadjher house recovered Mrs Eva Wooten andchildren sited Mrs Wootens parents at Bliss a day or so last week E L Williams and family o Hart county are visiting relative in this 3ectioni1 L G Williams is carrying the marl this week while Z T Ben ett and wife are visiting relatives in Brrenand Hart counties J1V1 Campbell did business at Grady villeone day last week Two little children of Mr an Mrs John r i GiAson have bee n very sick for the past week f Tamilrv parents at Roy last Sunday The patrons of Independence e school m iat the school house last Tuesday and spent a hat day in getting wood J W McClister did business at Columbia last Thursday raytraft i Our farmers are busy gathering corn and preparing wood for wintero r Mr Milton Smiley the produce J man madefi regular trip Here last week V Jt rIi f There will be singing at Concord Thanksgiving night Everybody invited come Whooping cough seems to be prevalent in this community The Earthly Saints had an ll day rally at Oak Grove last Sunday 1ov14trh angel entered the Home of Mr and Mrs John spinkit a t little girl and will be sadly miss ed by her parents To the sorI rowing friends we extend our- sympathy Died at her home near Con cord last Wednesday night Nov 16t1 Sahe had been sick only a short time yllburYIng tingMrJNMutreUour inter prising merchant has just r ceived hiss fall stock df goods The spelling match to bejpiven inlaarjfc s i L In conversation with Mr C L MurrelU last WedneedaYa found that he wai in an iinuaual itate of mind bi on txamina tiOIif s Ud ly Cp too aout the past present rf f f ture with one of Vester s fair belles on the stre tS of Cra Craft irKmille Corn gathering is the order of fthe Absherlvisited the latters iather Mr A tC Wheeler last Sundayr Mr and Mrs Edd Bryant and children visited Mr and Mrs C M Bault last Sunday Mr Wilbur Beard visited Mr Joe Hancock last Saturday night Mr Leslie Blair happened to a painful acciderit one day last week He was hauling wood r slipped and fell andlet the wag anklesrMr WI Williamson aud son of Lebanon visited the family of ACTheeler a few days of last week Louisvillenand Mr Osborne Lawless of Montpelier visited Mr J M off1 tThe Rev James Humphrey who has been sicK for some time is no better c r i- rlyIrA Hovious one of our merchants and wifefjmade trip to Columbia one day last week to hays the tatters teeth pulled removedrMiv J J Humphrey has his newstore house nearly complet ed Revs W S Dudgeon and L B Arvin conducted a series of meetings at PJunc Point with suc tf0 was largely attended Eld ZT Williams and J Qi Montgomery conducted a series of meeting at Roley last week Dr JC Gtose and family are visiting relativesGUn Pulaskif countythis week 7 There will be a spelling ai Iiinightlcome atlhMrs Mollie Hovious mother ofl A Hovious our merchant of this p lacerMrs Di J Bowen is on the sick list atlthisof Mr Charlie Sanders Mrs Charlotte Kniey visited her sons who live oh Green river a few days of last week Mrs Fannie Tucker and child ren of Roley visited her mother Mrs Bettie Arnold last week Mr Virgie Grissom the grocery salesman was illl our town one day last week iiIJillcectOTax Pay rSIAH taxes that are unpaid on t1clst are subject to the and cost as ngtosvethisabove named date as I am compelled to close up for the year 1910 and will and coeniQnthahotfueanditwilt if youl t this time put This inns every taxpayi r in the county that h not paid for the present y ar A D Pattwwn S A a WANTEDx ti rsyalMlt l oxeaf i REf i x36 Wuirr ia n Seed AraJx e ir s li x atc tjIeU1i c It 4vvO 3 i f 21 0 tt i il i clk i r Li t7 W IE byo I j I i60URIR JOURNAL J I HENRY WATTERSON EditorIIs a Naoional Newspaper politics It prints all the news I fearor favor The regular price is 100 1 r a year but you can get the WEEKLY NENslI 1Iif you will give or send your order to this I papernot to the CourierJournal iIt We can give yapa combination cut 1 rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write itthis paper ft s or m o oo J xU s oo o1Q as s ooooo r I Woodson r Lewis Greensburg Kentucky rJ IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker ixiVwP I Birdsell miburn = =WagOn5A car load ofwrOliver Chilled Plows i iIJ far load of Disc Harrows fACultivators Corn Planters 1 OneHorse Corn Drills wyofBuggies and other Vehicles ever shown in thus Green River Country ready for 4 Spring trade f CENiSPECIAL LINE Will delwep any kindOf F Implements at any stati0 5on the LNRR- Woodson Le threntas y Mail orders promply attended Jtc tn AUII a o w IIIif n A J UlKI JW J t