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Ivo t Iii I I I i 114 If jj J 1ti I At 11t unp Wt11 + r i H i 1 1 iif c VOLUMFXIVCOLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBcR 30 1910 NUMBER 4 Jl SHOOTING AT FRY- GREEN COUNTY ii L3ice ParKs of ihis Place Partid pates and is Shot Through V the Mouth t t iiNttTHER PARTICIPANT WOUNDED tLast Thursday Mr Luke Parks of thisplace left his home here and went to the residence of his wifes uncle Mr George Morrison at Fry Green countyiFriday morning it is Parks George and Garnett Morrison were in a room frying sausage It is s aid that all three were drinking and that George and Garnett got into trou ble George drawing his revolver and perhaps shot Parks went to Garnetts rescue George firing at him the bul let striking him in the mouth and com ing out near his ear Parks then knocked George down and secured his pistol and fired at him two or three times as he made his escape from the room and izitis said that he too was shot A telephone message notified Mr Parks family here and a surry was sentfor him He reached ome at 9 oclock Friday night and it is reported that he is not seriously hurtoThe above account is given as told to The News man It may be incorrect as to sOme of the detailsrh twoHundredFifty Bushel on One Acre A 14 A Glendale contributor to the Hod genville Herald reports that he grew Tthirty bushels of Irish potatoes on one eighth of an acre and asks can you beat it Now if he had put in a whole acre t and it would have lured out as did the eighth he would have grown 240 bush els Mr C S Harris who is the ed itor of this paper planted one acre in Irish potatoes He did not use manure nor fertilizer and he dug 250 bushels more than 100 bushels were sold on the market in this town and they were said to be the largest and finest pota toes ever grown in the county The variety is not known to Mr Harris He secured the seed from a gentleman who lives on Cumberland River Dont forget the big stock sale of A JS Chewning next Monday Removed I have removed by undertakers es ablished to the building on Campbells ville street just below the Citizens Bank the building formerly occupied by the wholesale grocery firm I have in stock all kinds of coffins caskets and burialrobeskeep a herse and can be ready at the shortest notice to go to the country 1 am very thahkful for the business I have received and when necessity calls for my goods I will give my friends the best of service and at thevery lowest prices 23t J B Jones The Burkesville Banner pays this compliment to our publication The Adair County News began its four teenth year a few days ago The Adair County News is the best county paper in Southern Ky and its 3000 sub scrib TS get full value for the money invested Bro Harris heres wishing that when paper enters its fif tf1thyearyou will have 4000 sub scribers Remember that if you subscribe for- Th News for f ne year you can cast 1000 votes for yOur favorite in the piano contest If you renew your sub I 1Sion or your jot or advertising account ntit1es you to 100Q votes for each doll paid If you are interested cqme to the office You can get everything you want b tbechi1dren at the store ofvrH Wil 1 spn 4 Miss Saliie Beard a very old maiden lady who made her home with Mr and Mrs Cl M Hiridman died last Fr day sight She was a good Christian wo r personfBsription for a longer period than l eYerL Tijwptyfiveday8 until Christmas day Sftnfei plau will make hif appearance Lbs tning before Mr raee Frahkand jiH Bi tie pjt were r Trsday f I lat wpsk Thsy rs atkett1i y Ist a OISIt 41 47bady at Tlis BaIN r y 1 q Death of a WenKn wnCitizen Mr P G McCaffree who was well knbwn throughout Adair county died at his late home 31 miles west of Co lumbia last Friday afternoon at 115 aged 65 years He was a son of Mr William McCaffree who died many years ago f The subject of this notice had been afflicted for about eight years- a victim of dropsy and for several months his condition was critical and his death was not unexpected He was known to a great many people through out Adair county having spent many years in teaching vocal music and his many former pupils will be sorry to hear cf his demise When quite a young an he made a profession of his faith n Christ united with the Baptist Church and was a consistent member vntil the final dissolution The deceased leaves a wife and four children one brother and two sisters two half brothers and one half sister The funeral services were held at Union Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock conducted by Eld Z T Williams of favorIiteThere were many relatives a friends present dI Quail Supper Mr W D King and Mr Geo R Miller who reside here but travel out f Louisvil e gave a delightful quail supper at the Hancock Hotel last Sat evening in honor of Misses Lo ena Pyle and Miss Pearl Hindman and a few of i fnvitedMiss Sue King Mr A S Chewning and Miss Elizabeth Drake MrT B Cravens and Miss Margaret L Young The birds were elegantly prepared and highly enjoyed After supper the entire party visited the moving picture show then returned to the parlors of hotel and spent several hours very dV lightfully in social converse j PriceMilegan Wednesday evening of last week at 930 Miss Mary Price who was born and reared in Columbia a sister of Mr R H Price who livesnear town was marriedat the Methodist parsonage Jeffersonyille Ind to Mr J A Mille gan The coupleViHreside at 433 West Market Street Louisville The bride has a great many relatives and friends in this county all of whom will beglad to learn that she has been hap pily wedded to the man of her choice SquiresMurrelJ 1 Last Sunday afternoon Miss Mollie Mat Squires and Mr Sherrod Murrell drove to Cane Valley and were mar ned while seated in a buggy by Rev D H Howerton The couple reside in the neighborhood of Cane Valley have been going together for some time and their marriage was not a surprise rThe bride is a daughter fthe latq Ed Squires and the groom a son of the late John Mart Murrell We take it that they will reside at Cane Valley A Card of Thanks J t wish to thank my friends and neIgh- bors for their kindness sympathy and untiring help during the sickness and deathof my husband R H Montgom ery No wishoflils was left ungrati fled that was in their power to grant Mrs Mattie Montgomery PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY VDJ F Payne Antioch W H C Sandidge iGreensburg F J Barger Shilohf V Z T Williams Roles f J R Crawford Union Ti1 if L W Pangburn Picketts chapely JR BlcklIilltoWn J F Turner West Fork l f lW J Levi Greasey creekIBM Currie tf I B Ennis Beech Grove W S Dudgeon Plum Point J F Roach Pierces chapel r Lindsey Wilson All Stars r win championship honors from Regulars XeamdefeatIlin a fast and well played game by the gameI120 r The sock social givenbythladieao f tJieV Methodist Church Thanksgiving evening was a great success Tbe ladiacleird26 XJ xa1t who a- tiide were M rved with aiwoitcWight fuf iEToms2lu1g t 44 1Msk 1910 atyce I 1 as t Cousin MofWe dip the following from the Mid dlesboro Record We think the Record is mistaken as to the birth place of the parents of Minister Creel Our information is that they were natives of Green county born and reared near G itrcensburgCreel visited Greensburg a few years ago and that time it was stated by the local paper that Green county was the birth place of his parents The irs Cravens referred to is also the mother of Mr M Cravens of this place She was born and reared here removing to Middlesboro with her daughters some y ears ago Mr Cravens says that Minister Creel is not closer than second cousin to his mother The Louisville Evening Times of Wed nesday which contained a half tone likeness of Enrique C Creel minister of foreign affair in Mexico is an own cousin of Mrs Mary ICravensot this city the venerable and beloved mother of Mrs MH Rhorer and Mrs Mamie Frazer The parents of this distinguished gentleman upon whose shoulders a large part of the burden of saving the government in the present crisis were born in Adair county Se nor Creel however was born in Mexico but he has often visited this state FREE Candy That is Candy Thirty pounds of Bon Bon given away on every 15 cents purchase at the store of Hugh Richardson who keeps a ull line of fancy and stape groceries is his motto 42t Menu Thanksgiving menu at Hancock Hotel Roast beef grape jelly apple sauce cream potatoes turkey cranberries celery chipped potatoes scallopedoy sters chicken and nut salad Salmon salad pickles wafers Corn bread bis cuit lightbread butter tea coffee milk black cake marble cake Tuti fruiti cake custard Public Sate I will on the first Monday in De ember sell to the highest bidder at my barn in Columbia the following property v One pair of mare mules 2lears old 1 Horse mule six years old 1 Filly one year old 1 Mare six years old 16 headOf sheep some of thmregis tered A lot 011 fat hogs and several sows with pigs Several nice gilts and several male hogs all pure bred a2t A S Chewning Columbia Ky r Mrs WGr White nee Miss Carrie Bright Flowesand her husband en tertained atSfc oclock dinner at their home Blair Okla recently in honor of Miss Dell Mitchell of Columbia who is visiting Mrs White A delightful menu was served to quite a number of guests After serving of refreshments several hours were delightfully spent in social converse and listening to ex cellent music A Blair Okla paper from which w e make this notice states that Mr and Mrs White are very popular with the young people making all who visit the ofeel at home IA Si Chewning will also sell a fine pf hogs next Monday Messrs Neilson Moss Principals of the Lindsey Wilson invited a number Iof friends abQtoWn todine with them thejr families and pupils Thanks giving Gov Hindman who was one of the invited guests says 1 never saw as many cooked turkeys for one meal in my life There were four Or five tables a turkey for each table nd many other good things set befor ItfsV It was a magnificent dinner Ii facfcI am very fond of stuffing and 1 muchcausedhlal hours We will pay one cent per dozen more for eggs than you can get at any Poul try Houses Will also buy Poultry and Feathers atfthe highest market prices Russell Co Riley Taylor a laborer about town met with a serious misfortune a few days ago He was driving pails wbn one flew from its mark and struck him in the ihteye It1 WM at first thougkt he would ethtt8ightof it but tie symton now indieite that it will come ail right 1 Hot kocol t alWJwafll c4V Md IMW b tMlhcs at iITi 4t tH fl pICtU Jiit WJt JIll jJtJ flCiltfn j 11I c t t r Robert H Montgomery Dead The death of the subject of thid notice which occurred last Thursday morning was a surprise to many of his friends who did not know that he was s un llderstandwas at first thought that an abcess had formed on his liver but pulmonary trouble set up and he rapidly declined until his death He was about fifty seven years old a son of Anderson y Cearshe died The deceased was a good citizen and a consistent member of the Christian Church The funeral services were held at Mt Pleasant church Friday morning at 10 oclock conducted by Elds Z TWil liams and F J Barger The inter men was in the graveyard on Mr JF Montgomerys farm known as the Smith grave yard The deceased leaves a wife and an adoptedso1two brothers and two sis terse Death of an Estimable Young Lady On Monday night the 21st inst Pt 9 oclock Miss Mary Elizabeth Dud geon daughter of Rev and Mrs Wm Dudgeon Cane Valley passed through the veil surrounded by her parents and other loved ones The deceased was 25 years old the 9th of this month and had been a consistent member of the Baptist Church from her early girlhood She was very popular in her home tgw land her death brought sorrow to the hearts of all who knew her The funeral services were held Tues day afternoon conducted by Rev Butler Arvin of Taylor county There were many friends present to offer a word of sympathy to the family which had been so sorely bereft Thanksgiving was generally observed in Columbia The business houses were closed at the eleven oclock hour and everybody attended services at the Christian church The sermon which was of much interest was delivered by Rev D H Howerton of the Baptist Church The songs rendered by those selected to makethe music were very inspiring v 2 ForSaIe t One Upright Piano nearly new One money safe 28x24 J w One 5Bfal galvanized oil tankpatent1s Three coal stoves Lr VjJ r 7yOneAnd a lot of other nice furniture Ca r- on or address LF Scholl 4 3t Jamestown Ky If you have a favorite who has entered the contest for the piano ricome in and subscribe for the frews casting 1000 votes for her Or if you owe ithei News come in and pay One thousand votes are given for every dollar paicLonl renewals or on account for job work or for advertising JtNorris Son Cio of New York have opened Up a produce house in fcolumbia with H A Hurt as Man ager and will pay the highest market price for poultry and eggs Location back of Jeffries Hard ware store Give us a call 42t At a meeting of the Farmers Insti tute held last week Judge HC Bak er was elected President E P Roe Vice President G F Stults Secretary i and Dr L C Nell named as the dele gate to the State Institute alternate t A S Chewning canfurnish you what you need i ithe way of corn oats hay straw cow- feedetc Free delivery 32t Hugh Richardson Mr C S Harris met with a painful accident one day last week He was assisting a lot of hands engaged in greeting a barn on his place when he fell fracturing one of his ribs He is allrlgbtat this writing Go to W H Wilsons stbje and see the big stick of candy It weighs 25 pounds Every 25 cants worth of opds sold for cash gives theholder of a ticket a chance to draw thus immense stjckofcandy 42t fFlam B Carter one hundred ywira oldtht2sd day of lat arShljJ dead atjhis late home at EatoRuseell county Hi water iTrs Nancy Acre96 years i l fc willattbrid thrfuniraV 3iMjjntiea4amof Ex1or aiarrid lM1ri A 3 b4 r L1tV l J 11 THE PIANO CONTEST c t G- OW life Candidates Stand at the End of the First J v Weeks Voting V h OUNTERSWWFLQWERS BRUCE MONTGOMRYANDROBT REED Ballots cast in Piano contest to Monday night T p m Nov 28 1910 Rose Hunri Columbia r z f 13 lOG Nellie Follis Columbia i r VvV 10 500 Bell Butler Columbia u 4 V J 9 800 Madge Rosenfield Columbia r V 8800 Fannie Sandusky Glensfork ifezr 8 300 EII 1000aGrace Dudley Glensfork 7 t 7 200 Jennie Mat Jones Columbia L v i s 6 600 Mary Squires Columbia u j rV 6 4OO 6100iv v v Mary Hancock Cane Valley f r 4 800 Mat Squires Cane Valley v Axr y 4 700 Nora Bradshaw Montpelier k iVr 4 700 Julia Price Bliss SriivJ N vVi 4 600 Estelle Bennett Purdyr r 4 500y Mattie Stephens Bliss V a vrf i 4 400 Creel Nell Gradyville v Ci o 4 300 Lettie Dunbar Columbia C C Vi4 4 000 i Nancy Willis Columbia v i iiic V 4 000 Mrs Dan Clark Columbia 1 r 3 900 a Mrs B M Currie Columbia 2 i Vt t v 3 900 Clara Wilson Columbia t rf v 3 900 Mabel Hindman Columbia ly ioSs 3 900 Mary Miller Columbia Vw ivv 3 800 Ina Hulse Columbia jr i v i 3 800 Virgie McLean Columbia o V f C jCCyA 3700 700uvUlseGertrude Gabbert RoleyfsVti fd Kl uJ 3 700 Ethel Thompson MilltownViT t 3700 Ollie Conover Columbia yi + f 3 600 Minnie Rodgers Milltown 3 600 Rosa Bell Nell CV X c vVr r 3 500 Hulda rtlcFarland Rowenav NrVf V 3 500 Ada Feese Cane Valley V5 i v 3 500 Alva Knight Jamestown iVC t X 3 500 3I500 Ethel Moore Purdy r 3 500 Lois Hollady Columbia v A ivvi Ivrf tf 3 aDO t Amanda Bulter Columbia fj 1 3 4pO Mattie Gibson Breeding i i v V 3 300 00 Helen Upton GlensforkxvV 3 300 Susie K Page Cane Valley jV 3 20 Montra Thomas Milltown H1 j 3 200 Mallie Moss Columbia U VV ji 3100 Mrs Sallie Kelley Cane Valley CjtS 3 100 Annie L Blakeman Milltown J v v 3 100 ft Jimmie Curd Columbia ly 7 A r 3 000 bc Verna Todd Columbia l i 3000 Luttie Barger Joppa 4 ffii v 3 000 to Mamie Moran Columbia t v t1j 3 000 Rosa May Conover Montpelier i fiSSiv 3 000 000oeaNellie Tarter Columbia fa Vrt Vi 2 800 j Birthday Dinner itoa v L Mrs S L Sandusky of Glenville mother of the S nusky brothers of Co lumbhlw S 54 years old last Saturday The occasion was duly celebrated by her children and some invited guests A most sumptuous dinner was spread and nine of her sons and daughters Were present There was one absent who lives in the west It was a happy day for the mother and children one that will long be remembered Before the day ended the children presented the mother with a number of handsome and useful presents W tt Wilson has ordered and is now receiving a very large stock of Christ mas supplies All kinds of toys and many otHer articles suitable for Christ mas presents 42t Dr U L Taylor Health officer reports that jie has made diligent inquiry and cansts0 at this time therei is not a case of djiptheria in Adah county He furthers t s that while the disease was in an pidemic form he bought used and distributed to other physicians more than four hundred dollars worth of antitoxin LpSTA present pin in Columbia Thanksgiving day It was set in pearls Fiqder will be rewarded Miss Mablev Jasper Miss Pearl Hindman entertained the teachers of the Graded School and Mr Paul Hughes Geo Hancock and Miss Vie Hughes at a 6 oclock dinner last Wednesday ev ning After the meal plainglnLl9torrhe B tli6raUkiD91 of fancywork 0 Robt WorloiMin who WM aioao tbA LYiritMy wr j u ts rn f A Great Pounding We hereby tender our heartfeltrthanks to the generous hearted peoplej I of Cane Valley for so kindly remembering us on Thanksgiving eve ina real substantial way A more hospitable and courteous people we have never metj and may they in return for these J blessings and courtesies be the recipi ents of our Lords richest benedictions through life is the wish of the pastor J and his wife Jas F Black Judge HoC Baker and F R Win frey Esq have formed a partnership for the practice of law Their office is in the Butler buildingroomJbereto fore accupied Winfrey ftrrr Be at A S Chewnings sale net Monday Mr AD P ttesbn and his deputies are getting ready for circuit court Y which will convene here the third Mon day in January By the time court opens everything will be in readiness Read over the list iof the contestants for thepiano select your choice and vote One thousand votes given at this office for each dollar paid Get your tissue paper Christmas cards stamps seals gummed ribbon i holiday ribbon and everything for do ing up your Ghristmas presentat The Baaaar Mr Jp Walker WIO livea atGra dyville finished gathering corn last Wednesday and judging from sample twjFbtHe bd two ears on fxhllYtignherf that rl w bed tpe a and he a 1arg oiitof the com i yqlitw1 wagoodMtbaam pIt iLuior 1f1JHyaold W r tIS thwb E bitt Nail Qii 5t4 1fvili P W t J 0 r r r 1I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f jti 0 r r r IS J Better Observe This iii Do you know that if y lhave J kr a child between the age y of seven y Nand sixteen that you are obliged gander the law to send it to C school Section 267 of the Ken ra v tueky statues provides that par- 1 ents or guardians who have child ren in custody or control regular ly all the time during the whole v year Children may be sent to a puDlic privateor parochial yr school for a full term of theb s public school in the district in which the child resides f uAny parent guardian or another Y person having custody con r ti for supervision of any child embraced within the provisions of this act who shall fail to com ply with the provisions of this act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not exceeding twentyfive dollars for the first offense and for any subsequent offense upon a conviction thereof shall be fined in a sum not exceeding one hundred dollars or by imprison ment in the county jail for a pe riod not exceeding fifty days or both SD fined and imprisoned in thedecretion of thecourt f LayingLGrape Vine f J New grape plants may be se f cured by- runner bending a new cane or to the ground and cover r ing it with Soil at a jointer nodeJ theinodee firth will more readily the formation of ro6ts for a llew- p ant It is best to fasten th runners to the earth with a fork red stick or by driving two sticks Into the ground C v the cane The osswiseoverI inostandreasonaJiy om growthffall or spring this new grapevine plant may be evered from the jparent plant andset where wanted J Every autumn millions of rdol tars worth of fruit Of various kinds principally apples fall r from the trees and are allowed to rot on the ground This vast waste should be avoided The fruit should be sold to the evap Orator made into cider or vineJ gar or made available in other ways The last and least that can be done if all other resources fail in preventing this waste Vto gather the fallen fruit and xAvhenit is ripe feed it to cows 5horses pigs and sheep in its ra w h staterseen apples are not good for feeding stock but when the Dapples are rip they are nourish ihg and wholesome t A Good Cold Cream 1 I v Nothing is so good for chapped j ands rough faces and cracked Slips as the olds mutton tallo r Eour YOUIffvery te ne tmfuutfon andryou must take r hume and cut it into bits and anyIr s pan inn aO O te boiling a eft ind let remain r f til the fat Is entirely tried out o j V the fibre Strain through a fine si eve andJwbile sttUwaJP Stir t Th at oohf ill essence of cira oi In the proportion oneteipoonfuli6f camphor r pence toeverYcupfulof tall w A ofsyour nftirid rli6 i s w beat until it isallra4 sweetsmelly ing creamy mixture Before it pets cold turn into little jars or old teacups and set where it will get perfectly cold It should be used like any other bold crerri after the face anti hands have been thoroughly Washed arid dried rA Miracle in Penance when N W Aldrich spurred by patriotism undertook to give his service to his country by en tering the Senate he was worth about 100000 That was 29 years ago Patriotism days well sometimes At any rate the senator is north between 10 000000 and 15000000 More over he has raised a large family in luxury maintained a steam yacht and built a country home which requires a small army of men to keep in condition Small wonder therefore that those whose ability as financiers is Jimited would like to know ho lit is done Friends as well as political enemies seek informa tion Topique himself is anxious to know But I am afraid that curiosity will not be satisfied This is likely to remain a mystery Ex as it isa miracle in finance j poBuffI am often asked why I breed Buff Plymouth Rocks and my answer is this They suit me better than any other breed I can find hiebreed and everyones taste does goodething it does not for many reasons I do not mean to say that Buff Rocks are the only fowl bQti I do say they are the best I can find and they suit me exactly every way Of course there inI maiy breeds justras good as Buff Rocks and perhaps better bu really I believe if youonce breed Buff Plymouth Rocks you will find them the bird and will con tinue to breed them Brlff Rocks are growing more and more Inf be11liethey will be the leading fowl in this country If for fancy you will find the effort to reach standard perfection a facinatin g recreation and a profitabl etefor your choice specimens I bej live there is no other fowl in existence that will excell the Bu isSbuff color In the show room the Buff birds are the center of attraction Their rich goldenc buff plumage deep yellow l gsiand bright red comb one can n help but admireJ Gaylo r Blair Nicholas County KyjDeath of a Little Child Jlura Ilta Cummins the darling baby ot John and Hattie Cum SeptemJfber27 xmeUTa was only 7 days She was so pleasant brighttsmileillangels called her home she smiled farewell to earth 1 know that we shall meet our babe IuiiawayfWhater befalls the others Her blip can never cease Their lot may here be grief and fear peaceofesA11 their friends and neighbors extend their licit tfell lympathy to the bereaves family o Writtenf Y afriend te Px i I r r Coiiunbian Wyandottes The Columbian is one of the- mOspopular breeds now in exis tence For the last two or three years theyhave been the largest entries in the leading shows At Boston 1910 be ides two 100 cups the Barred Rocks had 100 in cash prizes for club members with a total entry of 144 birds Besides a 100 cup White Wyan dottes haJ66 in cash prizes to club members and a total entry of 189 birds Patridge Wyari dotte club members had two 100 cupsand50 in cash prizes with a total entry of 77 birds Columbian Wyandottes had but 50 in cash prizes to members and a total entry of 202 birds the larg est number of and variety in th show Do you see anything tha would call for such an entry unless they are growing in poplari ty The Wyandottes are quck to mature good winter layers and are in demand for table pawbodies and yellow skin The Leghorns are beyond any doub thegreatest layersof any bree but the Wyandottes are nearly as good layers and are by far th best breed for table use Th laying qualities of all Wyandotte are about the same beautiful and profitableI one of these points wouldbe worth their isAllty but it is very seldom we find a breed that comes up to every StandarSd bred Columbian Wyandottes Judge jB N Stephenson Washington County Ind r The Corn Laws TciIII fEnglamlat one time the aristocracy owning pretty much all of the land levied a tremend ous tax onfall of the e JcuS At that time the manufacturersI were a small factor in politics landlordiS Consequently the laws were made that a subsidy might be givenY iuflueLcee politics Later protectionism t since abolished gave subsidies to4 the manufacturers JN1Thefruit growers who are urgin protection of fruit against foreign competition are advacat Affcorn laws were founded Two tates in the Union produce great quantities tropical frui whichevery State in the Union nd almost every home and eve OtAor tne benafit of California ariden Florida is totrim the nation forth enrichment of fruit rauchers who reaC negligible number in comparison with the total popu IationwThe corn lawswere greatf corn growers CornhUntimely severe frosts some cropsh so that its marketable value is con siderably lowered but in t event as in other cases theog comes to the cueS ft corn is cns1d red excellent for swine and especially for the young in fact many breeders believe tQ can obtain bettergain from corn thtMrora the IoUJldnala yin s Insoft eornthematur j Qfwgrain hiit been ebec a1fY i3f t opment of the starch content or IfatJroducingelement When add fop finishing some corn that is well matured Immature corn that is frozen and even somewhat sour ed may befed to hogs but if there is on hand a greater quan tity in that condition than can be used on the farm before warm weather sets in it should be dis posed of while the weather cold Ordinarily it may be use in cold dangerAbut it should not be carried ove into the warm season as it willr ferment and become unfit for use From Coburns Swine in America A Kentucky Poet v follawitn is a son Rev Q D Elder who lived for many years in Taylor county near Tam pico Mr Elder was graduated from the College and Law de rtments of Cumberland University in Tennessee He was aj classmate of Rev 1 R Craw hesse poem widely published and sung by placeseSaving t selected Stockton California for successI in Uncle Sams mail service and rapidly being promoted for He married in Stockton and asa most interesting family OUR PRESIDENTS BYJ D LDERJ May be sung to the tune of Yankee Boodle- GeorgeWashington first President By Adams was succeeded Jefferson was next the choice The peoples cause he pleaded Madison was then called forth To give John Bull a peeling James Monroe had all the go in the Era of Good Feeling 1 Quincy Adams then came in And next came Andrew Jackson Whod licked John Bull at New Orleans satisfactionasen Then Harrison and Tyler The latter made the Whigs so mad They thought theyd bust thejrbiler We then selected James K Polk The issue that did vex us Was Shall we stand off Mexico And take in lone star Texas Taylor then got the chair But soon had to forsake it illiard Filmore filled it more IgAbe Lincoln then was chosen He found a current of events Was anythingbutftozenI ndy Johison had a time The Senate would impeach him votelrihim SsWho won the fight at Shiloh warys They both came from Ohio rthur then the scepter held r Cleveland turned it over j Harrison sandwiches in And then again can Grover McKinley next the honor bore Till death untimely claimed him His place was filled by Theodore Our Teddy we have named him Roosevelt the people called siroryears more And do the bent you can sir Our Teddy at the wheel made good A strong courageous fellow His great ji3iB Stick was just the trick To make big rascals bellow She Ship of State sails proudly ni May glory eerattendher Taffhu j IJptodate aviators like the oraih because ife kills the wind and riot because it makes the geyeht softNever pin your tlthtoaomiii who R1Jihe will be ready in trve i iriu aud js- tl i Li re hir tAo t UkJth t1 rr i 1 j tJ f J 4t r t vtf 1 LISTEN ar FARMERS v rt Nowis the time to spread Nanure on your Wheat and Grass We handle IYtAd= the most Simply mostrDurable Spreader now offered to the Farmer In this Machine the Ma= nure is delivered to the Cylinder by an Endless Apron thus lessoning the work and wear over other makes just one= half See our Machine and iY get Our Prices THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE f Death Roll of Senate j March 6 Former Unit e d States Senator T C Platt New York June 28 United States Senator S D McEnery Louisiana June 29 United States Sena to r John W Daniel Virginia July 31Former United States Senator John G Carlisle Ken tucky October 1 United States Sena torelect N B Broward Florida ciOctoberator Jonathan P Dolliver Iowa October 20 Former United States Senator D B Ifill NeV York f November 13 United States Senator A S Clay Georgia cn Obituary On November 9 1910 many a tear of sorrow was shed by relatives and friends when the angel of death entered the home of Mr and Mrs Sam Thomas and took from them little Ruel the idol of their hearts Little Ruel was nine old and wasonly sick four days n spite of all that physicians and loving friends could do h was called to his eternal hom And though the sun slim around the lonely little grave to day the little form resting so sweetly there isnot forgottoh The bright angels above are lisp ing praise to Him who said Suffer Little Children to come unto me and forbid them not for such is the Kingdom of Heaven and it ivoning Father and Mother toco me onand share with him the eter nal joys of that bright world The little darling is not dead but lives with Him who said I am the Resurrection and the life So live that you may me et your sWeet little darling an with his sweet baby form clasp eft to your bosom rest through outeternitY M Sy r r iSctaools sand Teachers to The hope of the future of o country depends upon her com mon schools and her teacher s Twentyfive yearns from today the citizens who now rule and govern will have been retire from off the stage of actionvtnd irltrp will e the bQY lr oftocie i Thus rT f o i absolutely necessary that the children of today be educated The time has arrived when everyman who rules or leads must be well trained The parents of the present owe it to the children to see that they are educated They owe it to the country to not foster upon it any ignorant genera tlOn- We are proud to say that many of our young teachers are taking a course of study during the win ter and expect to enter school or when their public schools are out No teachers who at tend school until they graduate will regret it and it will certaIn- ly enable them to draw larger salaries and do better work Every teacher trustee patron and pupil should form themselves into one large committee andsee that every child in the neighbor hood attends school Godnever made man and woman to propa gate this world with ignorance and the little child who belongs to parents who so far forget the theirrcountry that they fail to educate andoshould be looked after thechildo upCschoole beehelped andencouraged Know ledge is power therefore get knowledgeOwenton Democrat From ills Old Howe1 Town When the evenin shadeis fall in at the endin of the day an- a feller rests from labor amok at his pipeo clay theres nothin does him so much good be fortune up or down as the little country paper from his ol1 home town It slat a thing of beauty and its printaintl ways clean but it straightens out hiss temper when afellers wrindan the frown that little country paper from his oP home town It tells of all the parties aiff the bans tof JPunkin Row bout who spent Sunday with his girl an how the crops will grow arii bouturlittle country paper from flit 61t home town Now I lilce to read the dailies an the other pap18 an at tiraerthe yellow novels J 8omeothertraahdorttjQUrautwheplant bl1D1VaJfay afrown lJritlittle paper jiif mff J I i v 4t L I f j3 SS 1HE ADAIU COUNtY NEVSS 3 l v Brain LeaKs i Politics brings out some unex pected biographiesS Thsre is only one little letter J difference between Pluck11and LuckThere is no sacrifice in giving up what we do not care for any longerS Every w man envies the wife whose husband is handy around the house Easy street is always crowded by people looking vainly for empty lodging Every time we guess right we are likely to swell up and claim the gift of prophecy The joys of a home are not altogether dependent upon the money there is behind it Some women put enough rats in their hair to indicate the pres ence of rats in their garrets Speaking of wireless tele graphy ever notice what a pretty woman can do in that line with her eyes Ever notice how easy it is to think about getting up early in the morningjust when you are crawling into bed A lot of once candidates are now sounding the S 0 S 7 signal without any hope of ever having it answered VWebbs Cross Roads Our farmers are busy gather ing corn and the yield is better than was anticipatedS The election passed off here This precinct gavequietlyI ram a majority of 45 for we feel proud s H P Rexroat an old citizen of this community died the 6th inst He had been in bad health for some time Mrs GM Brown who has been visiting relatives in Lincoln county has returned home E W Webb came down from Boyle Tuesday to vote for Bert ramMrs H C Lucas was very sickseveral days last week Mrs G B Smith of Colum bia was visiting relatives here last weeekV1irand Mrs W H Wade Sundayed at E W Webbs the 6th j Mr V M Rexroat of Font- Hill has moved to his farm here that he recently bought from E W Webb Mr Rexroat is an ex cellent citizen and we welcome himself and family among us Misses Hattie and Jessie Weir rwje shopping at Russell Spring- sStrday ifrof J LI Foley who ha- sln prevented from teaching for some time by illness will- soonbeable to resume work j A Webb wast Columbia layV LfJ M Luttr U spent then with her mother a t fc5 Mrs Gleo 0wens is very sick writing ft s Shepherd of Font Hi Arisitilng relatives here sedays of last seek- the election has passed and fceifaunly the Democrats haveOthi2 to complain of al thoujfc ite would have been bet terhad the Eleventh but thanks aregone due the many rconscientious Rewho phowed their by voting to avert the enstohayebe fetbuttherjsJ LiS 4Program V h ThVfollowing is the program of the Musical Association to be held at Well fare church in Bus sell c6untyv three miles from Russell Springs the 2nd Sun day in December 1910 900 a m HousVcalled to orderSr1 Song led by F J Hughes 2 Welcome address Loren Phelps 3 Response Rev I M Grimsley 4 Solo My Mothers Prayer Miss Eva Bryant 5 Reading minutes of pre ceeding meeting 6 What is music and its in fluence James Kerns and A G Coffey 7How teach music notationv Ben H Berton and Stewart Rex roatS8 What are measures and how represented John Burton Taylor Sullivan and Edgar Cof fey a 9 Songs by Taylor Sullivan 10 What is the purpose of changing the measure inca piece of music Denny Grimsley and Joe Krns 11 Explain intriyals Cortez McKinley and Rucker P Grims ley SS-12 Solo James Keriis 13 Explain the different forms of the minor scale Ruel Cabbell and John JohnsonS14 Rule to find key note in any key Ambros Smithand Cortez Bryant 15 Repeat signs F JHughes Every teacher will please fur nish a solo or quartetV If your names do not appear on the program do not be offended but come and take part in the discussions Emma McGahaV- S Assistant Secy Will Promote Beauty W men desiringjbeauty get wonder ful help from Bucklens Arnica Save It banishes pimples skin eruptions sores and boils It makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures sore eyes cold sores cracked lips chapped hands Jest for burns scalds fever sores cuts brusises and piles 25c at Paull Drug Co Absher f Corn gethering is in full blast in this communityS Miss Ella Hnmphress visited Miss Essie Triplett at Mr Henry Cooleys last Thursday night MrR A Cooley has moved his saw mill from near John Ar nolds to his farm Misses Bertha Dillingham and Emma Robertson visited atRoley a few days last week The Sunday School at Egypt has been closed until Spring Messrs Fred Huraphress and Asa Corbin Misses Bertha Dil lingham and Bertha Martin attended the singing at Bear Wal low last Sunday Mr Matthew Robertson visited at Knifleylast Sunday M ssesJudelleRobertsonand Myrt Watson visited Mr and Mrs Ben Robertson last Sunday I Mr and MrsH B Robert sort spent Thursday night at Joe HHorrisVx t Miss Lillie Wheeler land her brother Dick visited Mr and Mrs Jesse Abfiher SatuEiy and Sunday V- Vx Howard Russell iViiid Mr 1igm RobertsOn ndaYL 11o j I Mr Alyin Martin v i s iteci Messrs Robert and John Sharp Sunday Mr Herschel Robertson Was at Garlitflast Sunday Mr J D Absher left Sunday for LouisvilleCoMr G G Russell has gathered over three hundred barrels p fi corn and is not doneyet Ifr and Mrs Will Rice and c n were visiting Delaney Robertson and family last Sun day c Misses Bertha and Audia Dil ROb1ertsonMary A Brockmans Miss Annie Robertson was the guest of her sister Mrs H llie B ult indayVMisses Mattie Morris FloraJ and Mary Grant and Mrs Rebec- ca Spears spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs J Hi Martin Mr and rsB F Thomas were visiting Mr John Arnold and family Sunday Shall Women Vote If they did millions would vote Dr Kings New Life Pills the true remedy for woman For banishing dull fag ged feelings backache or headache constipation dispelling colds impart ing appetite and toning up the system theyre unequaled E sysafe sure 25c at Paull Co I The Roundup What most of us want is more friends and less need of them Instead of talking som men wouldrather get married and listen The girl who hesitates may be lost in thought about her wedding dressSA thousand dollars given to charity will not counterbalance a ten cent theft After learning a profession many a youth discovers that he should have learned a trade- In the decade from 1898 to 1908 the antelope of Colorado according to the estimates of the State Game Warden decreased from 25000 to 2000 The heightening of the Assou an dam is expected to occupy six years in all and to increase the annual value offthe Egyptian cotton crop by n15OooO- OQ and 20000000 Palm trees have the largest leaves The Inaja palm of the Amazon country has leaves which reach a length of from thirty td fifty feet and a breadth of from ten to twelve feetVDuring 1609 Great Britain bought 447526 square yards of Japanese carpets out of atotal of 623992 yards exported but in matting the United States takes practically alLof Japans output Australia and the United States demand nearly all of Japans sul pKur output the former taking 35450515 pounds in 1909r Switzerland takes about 500000 pounds manthly Sea Captain There is no hope The ship is doomed In an hour we will all be Mead Seasick Passenger Thank Heavens Boston Transcript Farm For SaJe Having bought IK1atontpelier I direto sell ray farm at Esto Ky containing 330 acres Goodlievenroo- mbouHtw9goodbarlil good orchard good pring Unant hou and all Dec obaarj outbuildings 50 acres goodiira bei Will sell on wwy term Come and e it ItCXMI te jrotirflotiMnr io look W aa UW tftM 1Mb r if desired Call oe ov addres w oGna r Ly tJv W Bir ft Hf French Valley p y Gathering corn is the order of the day and all have a very good supply Bro Beck our pastor who has recently moved here preached a verj interesting slermon here Sunday morning Mr F L- vSeibys storehouse was burned a few day ago It was quite a loss and asto how it caught is unknown merchantIwho had his dwelling house con sum 9 by fire a few weeks agO is now preparing to build a new VoneSMr Marcus Hale left last Mon day for Oklahoma Mrs M H Hale who has been on the sick list for the past week is some better Mr Stewart Rexroat cf this place will soon have his new dwelling house completed Miss Bula Rexroat attended the singing at White Oak last Sunday Mrs Viola Selby visited at Mr U TSelbys last Sunday Some of the folks from here attended society at Fontljill last Friday night arid reported an ex cellent time Mr M R Hale our excellent teacher and his pupils gave an excellent and most interesting society on last Friday night The society consisted of suchas suit ed both young and old The scholars were rjroperly taught and among a large crowd all reported an excellent time and the best of order prevailed Miss Lula Holt visited her father at Dent last Sunday poulI nglaProf M R Hale who has been our most successful Tutor for the last three years has accept ed a position as teacher at R S A Prof Hale has always rendered good service to his pupils and there is no doubt but he will continue to do so Three cheers for Prof Hale Vester The health of this community is very good at present the dip theria has about died out People are busy in our neighborhood gathering corn- Mrs Lillie Taylor of Kansas who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs tJharley Sutton at this place has returned homer y Mrs Milford Burton is quitev sick at this writing Mr and Mrs Evan Bennett of Can Valley attended the all days singing at Bearwollow last Sunday Mr Jr WBennett who has been sickfor some time remains about the same Misses Malindia and Lena Doo Jey attended the box supper at Ella school house last Wednes dajhight The all day singing at Bear WalJ9w last Sunday was a success I J Mrs Malissia Burton oWt siAMrS Beard and son are building i new room and vtranda to lira S J Boofcy the very c44 1rIr t j i 1 VS- j I Stocks Tip the Acme of Excellence V VVV V New Fall Carpets J t j X i k iv Rugs and Wall Paper f- Are shown in many representative styles Low prices are linked To goodqualities making trading here absolutely safe and saving 11 Specialinclucements in Tulaid Linoleums 150 grades per square +yardl 06pattems Plenty of eachand every yard Jos y Z Wild Gos first grade ys j JSfi 1 Hubboch Bros Wellendorfip I 522 524 W Market it 1 Louisville Kntucky rI 1 c iXXXXXXXxX i t I FRANK CORCORAN 1 i HighGrade I Marble 9 Granite Cemetery work See before fo oaII kindIyou buy Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and adjoining counties Main Street Lebanon Ky i I can furnish you what you need in the way of corn oats hay straw cow feed etc Free delivery 32t Hugh Richardson CothmbiaDistrictIst Round Campbellsville Sta Dec 34 Mannsville Merriuiac Dec 5i Casey Creek Christian church Dec 6- Cane Valley Dee 7IGradyville Picketts Church Dec 1011 Columbia and Tabor Dec1112 Temple Hill Dec 1718 Tompkinsville Dec 2021 West Tompkinsville Fountain Run Dec 2425 T i Hulse P E Columbia Ky Several cases of whooping cough are reported in this com munity SVJ Miss Ocie Burton who had dip theria several weeks ago is not improving very much Free Remedy For WeakBowels There are two forms of bodily cleanliness the external and the in ternal The one your pride in andhealthvastly more importance in the long cleanlinessThis watchabout their body the cleanliness of the fromobstructions bowelseachtheprocesSQobtain aid of some kind After finding things5relleveworse than ever the next day then try a likeDrFor the skeptical the best way to beI toDrCaldweIlUS it as directed and If it cpnvlitcM you that a brief continuance its lisa willtrabirsthencents and one dollar a bottle just as so many others are doing They began with ftftycentlbottlean tamltyiH1ltbeWJe itoojYtft to the very ymmgeKi tonccureheadacheIIOUryou In eontInuous good health at a T ry ftfJBU7fainlIielIketJ j Jlfener TJnipnviHe Ind JF Daniel otherscould tint pleaasdtbdee for yourself 0rfamltyw t absolutrtyfteletter and he wmreplto7OUlnchtalL 7oermeetbirwi JIoreltber req 4otevg Dr W IL 111 tfP fA THE LOUISVILLE TIMES1910 SIVBRIGhTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER t THESRCGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS500A YEAR If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND TUElOUISVllEE o r TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR IfOR ONLY 45 t THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere V t Has the best corps orf6 resP- pdndents I L5Covers theKentuckyfIeld rfectly r Covers the generarjriews ifi efi completely v i t 0 i Has the best and fullest marjr kefs reports i I MOGRAJlfein politics but t firtoeverybodyr 1j r SEFtft YOUR SUBScilipSil1 u T Tl RIGIITAWAY lttTO THIS PAPal toTh- iHa- MTLodfvilbTlaiM 4 fr ii T7 j l 2j w tsx l13 t rwrw w rtA 4t ti1f J r f jjTBEIAlJAJRCOLKTYNEWf H 4 + xr 1 r oj t i ijiabAIRGt UN NE W- SU v J JJ Published Every Wednesday ff BY TIE n iAdair County News Company Jti INCORPORATED s CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR 2f Democratic ndwspaper devoted to tile In C terest of the City of Columbia and the people countieshEntered at the Columbia Postoffice as sec ondclass mail matter iWED NOV 80 v 1910 The trouble in Mexico iis said ito be about settled r Mr and Mrs John Gr Carlisle sv remains were shipped fjrom Wash ington last week and buried a Covington Sunday r President Taft has announced that hwill not call an extra ses sion of Congress after the 4th of March as he sees no necessity for it r Dr Hawley H Crippen the American dentist charged with murdering his wife was execut ed in London at 9 oclock last Wednesday morning He made no confession and went to the gallows almost prostrated j Governor Willson pardoned eleven negro menlast Thursday who were serving terms in the penitentiary charged with mur dering a white man The abuse of tfie pardoning power is a grea Tcuse to this country and especial Jy to Kentucky At a meeting of Demecratsn Baltimore it wash brate the recent DemocraticvicJ 1 tory in the Monumental City onI January 17 the date when An drew Jackson was first nominated in that city as aj Democratic candidate for President There wilLbe no booming of candidates arid no resolutions will be adopt edArthur Miles the slayer of Bessie Stith in Louisville rSpring convicted and lastl life term in the penitentiary later declared to be a lunatic and sent to the Hopkinsville asylum last Wednesday with the aid of another inmate overpowered his V guard andescaped He had bee examined day or two beforep and the committee was ready tot Report that he was sane j Johnson and McCreary seen IdJobe in the lead for gubernato real honors though often in a convention the candidate who 4 enters with the smallest number sof votes comes out victorious I There is no lack of ability among the various candidates and in- v oiir judgment ability and activi ty will have to combine ahd we believe that the candidate wh rds the most active will win th- Ilominationi t Twentyfive gi Isare dead a jG i fiialf dozen are dying and twenty 4 bthrelareinhcspit ls as there suit of a fire which devastated a H 0 fourstory factory at Orange arid JHigb streets Newark K Js r Many of the dead were killed by jumprng from the windows and r fire escapes and others perished L i gin theflames their bodies being buried in the ruins when ther wereVsSgnJur J in attempting to rescue i also teitorstricken ir andt ji hospital fnNeWikw jilted with victims The fire w by an xglo onpfi6i ne t DISTINGUISHED HEN VISIT STATE Frankfort and Louisville were honored yesterday and today T wentyf our Governors repi e senting that many States visited the twocities They were invit ed to Frankfort by Governor Wilson fora conference and were highly entertained The follow ing is alistfof the Governors AlabamaEmmit ONeal and- wife f vsafr Arizona RichardErS16ari and 74 wifeColoradoJohn IP Shafroth and wiferConnecticut iFrankfB Week s ndwife v i v i Georgia=Joseph M Brown andt wife tIdahoTames HHacvleYGov ernorelect 3 rshallIWalter R Stubbs MassachusettsEben Si Dra per wife and daughter Mississippi E F Noel and wife Vfi MissouriHerbe t 3 Hadley Montana Edwin L Norris and wife New J FranklinrFortINew Jersey Woodrow Wilson Governorelect v l r INorth CarolinaW W Kitch= In Ohio Judsoh Harmon and wife tf Dovert norelect 1 l 1fi Rhode Island Adam JPothier and wifervSouth Carolina =Martin F An sel and wife t South Dakota R S Vessey and wife UtahWilliam Spryt a Virginia William H Mann 1anfaWest E j Glasscock andwife IWisconsinFran is E Me it The Democratic candidates fo Governor will now begin a speak ing tour Mr Johnson opened his campaign at Bowling Green last Monday ITRoy i beenn roosting higher than is costomary for several days in and aroun Roy Mr G R Redmon our inter rising merchant has been grow ing a considerable mustache this fall we do not know whether h antisipates a cold winter or theJ demise ot Mrs Re monJMr TolbertCoo erlateofI Roy removed toJd17 EAcKinleys place at Cray Graft lastv week Sallie Holiaday who has eobeen quite sick for several weeks passed quitely over the silent river on the night of Nov 18 Her children all being present except one Mrs J P Conover of Roosevelt Okla The funeral services were con ducted at the late residence on Sunday by 3Elds Z T Williams and F Barger There was quit a large crowd in attendance Messrs L FHan1Z Roll a day who have been with their hiother the late Mrs HollaSa for several days returned to J their yeapetiv home irr 0kla w hoine the 22 f r faimilalo of SPn wereimouimi at 11lAla it wee e rJ F frMilltoWn jiSeveral from this community attended rall day at Union last tSunday Messrs George Staples rid- S C Neat traveling salesmen from Columbiacalled on mfr merchantsonedayoflastweek Mr NflBSiDohonelr had an aged mare to die last Wednesday i Miss Minnie Rodgers is visit ing relativesin Greensburg Misses Montra Thomas and Mattie Hatcheri visitedat Mr Bramlett Squires last Saturday Mr J D Thomas had his sale last WednehdaySsandaieverything sold xe Thursday movedfwithshis family to his new home near Campbells ville Thee contmually pretty weather is giving the farmers chance to get their corn gathered The yield in this locality is better than has been forseveralyears Mr Brack Cainjhas moved to his farm near here recently purchased from Mr Abner Thomas We are very glad to have Mr and Mrs Cain in our midst f The social given to the young people by Mr and Mrs J H Caldwell on last Saturday night in honor of Miss Maggie Cun diff was large attended and was a success in ever particular Jug Elm Mr DavId Ragan who has had twormonths does not improve much No other serious sickness in this section Mr V A Aaron and JW jt Cundiff were at Big Elm last Tuesday on business The wheat crop looks bad in this section on occount of the continued dry cool weather Misses Vallera and Eveler Tur nor and Miss Ura Collins visited at Mr Willie Cains last Sunday donerMostgathering corn tlJamestown Hurrah for Teddy he is doing a wonderful amount of good for the Democrat party His plans and his polices dont suit his party lethimgo on with the good work dMr J A Turner while at Glenville Monday called to see Mr CA Walker who has been confined to his bed for six weeks with a broken thigh eRev Edward Aaron of Denmark is conducting a seriesof meetings this week at Mt Zion church with good success Mr DW McFarland sold the bacon and lard of four hogs he killed one year ago fOrt57651 We see in the Roy correspondents t last letter that he hay been ghtIthgIves it was in his stomach or probably below the diaghragm and is knoWn among medical rneri as spontaneous gass I t collects causesIon case we trouble was causedby voting under the Log Cabin That is the only thinff eve knpwii to give a fellow the colic n i r l tho hb t e tJI1Now our vic at I oywolldbe to ta1aneritic then he cm emit Rot wean fearful a ex111haYed otJtoaiac forsoi1hethM yet f T K i 1dcyW1ifl T ralnlnsC h00I srj f e Put your Children71 t Pfeparatbry t For y i1 I J CollegeRated Class Av BvK r V Association ii Of4 JE Kentucky NJX Colleges xK sic n iICMusic iiCSpring Term opens Tuesday January 3 1911Iitk Talk to someone who has been here Thorough work little expense Engage room at once E rf For Catalogue address iILm 1lEILS01Jff MOSS MX 11 7i vfiJ 71 Columbia Kj MXI i I KxKx17KxKxKxlNx1xKxKxiNxixiNXixxjx 1 vLwr1C 7K DenmarK The election iso errand all are well the people have settled down to business and the women are visiting each other The farmers are very busy gathering corn and getting wood Corn is turning out well Lige Coffey has moved to the Cosby Coffey property known as the John Helm farm Mr Cooley and wife have gone to house keeping Mrs Lizzie Pierce and Minnie Helm were visit ngMrs Wm 1 Garr last week ir rIMrs Mattie Coffey ws visit 5Aing CQQ ley Sunday Oda Rippetoe was yjsiting Mrs Gar Dohoney few days ago Mrs Lizzie Pierce who has been visiting friends and rela tives for the lastmonth left for her home Sunday Bell Plain Kan Oliver Kimbies wife is notim provingmuch A new baby at Edd Tillers Mrs Edward Aaron and baby Phillip is visiting her mother Mrs Tom Winfrey at James town I Irvius Storej Ourf armors are gathering corn and report a better yield than last year The biro hunters upcaLtbe heard in every direction Soon there will be no birds to kill as the professional hunters will ex terminate them and the farmer- are to blame Messrs J N Neadows and Attis McFarland of Jamestown wer here last week on business Dr Hammond and father Mr Jonas Hammond clea fl in business trip to Somerset las week There is a newbpy at Durhkm Rainwatiers and ones at WR Rpyse t hbbtIlot formerly occupied by R P Smithk for 225 and moved to it Jcob ved tofhe pT ce aetlahf r r t CPW1fat11iiIedher aaaa weak en route for P m I7 9I1tblh1mtof Today is Thanksgiving Let us see what we have to be thank ful for First because we are alive and have reasonable health because we are not narrow mind ed enough to think we are better than anybody else who trieto- do right We are thankful We do not adore vain clothes or have air on our back but our shoesI We are thankful we owe anything but goodwill and have plenty of that Thankful we can lay down at night with clean conscience and think as we please More thankful that no one has a right to growl if we want to sit on the top rail of the fence arid whistle until we can look a cold hard proposition square in the face and feel better and stronger afterwards Brookhaven Miss Editor News As I have never seen letter from the Sunny South in your paper thought I would write a letter about this country This is a fine country it is warm and pleasant down here We have had some frost but has not killed the grass yet There i s plenty of grass for stock yet People down here only feed their cattle three months in the year When I left my home in Kentucky some of the people said that this was an unhealthy cli mate but that certainly is a mistake for we have all had good health since we came here and I have met several people comesdown here for their health and they say they have improved greatly since coming here I have sowed my oats and they are up There is large acreage of oats in this section fatherti n His farm is one mile fromBrobk haven lies on the Bogiie Cmtto River arid on the road from Brookhaven to New Orleans The main trunk line of the tp Rail Road runs on one side th firmRBrook liavn is aY mice littM city PoRH nom about twelve thouawar B ad liar ixt i trains Axi I tmWie11ecrop of coniJ Haw it air gaOMCwi I- BMlcit fote ftJ Vjfe avt- sa to r t k iii 71S II 7i Normal ir Business w Expression v V Art u mI J 1r 1 v1 v v v I a r t a a a o l 3 1 crop was short in this section on account of the Boll weevel It will soon be andtI would like to be with my old Kentucky friends duriiig the holidays I 4 I will close for this time espectfullrjf F A Thomas i1 Owensby 5kwith f Mr Carter who is lover 100 years old is very fertile atthis time j Mrs Francis CoffeY hasbeen very sick but is improving some Rev Sam Stapp and Colbert Blair visited Mr L CBlair las Saturday t 1Iu Esto The health of this community is very good at present t Corn gathering and bird hunting seems to be the general topic of the day here Mr W S Coffey who has been confined to his bed for some lFtimeEastham Phelps aredoinga good business with their corn mills fi jrThegressing nicely under the man agement of Prof J Leslie Hale He sure knows his work The school gave an entertaiiimeht gfraslargely nice time i fiMr Pascal Phelps as now citizen of this place Everybody has cei tainljlenv engaged this fine weather bu am afraid its about over IO MrBA Coffey is jre ting a new house inyvwr are glad to have him rriiusv We are very sdrry jprMiose who had losses bYa iri helastJ few creek t f fThe school attwill f do inc a fox weeks rare sure both pupils and of 0giyIuptteaioherE on a 1ujjY Iiiii 4 A CI Cw i rz tN F Vitjt fHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS tr J 7ryP t k j Goy TR Hindlethis week PJMr John Q Alexander was here a iewvdays ago Mi Horace Massie of Taylor county was here Monday Mr WA Coffey was in Campbells vile afew daysagoJ Mr J A Winfrey of Eunice was here a few days ago Mr Jas Garnett will leave fbrLouis ville this afternoon Tilr Leslie Carter of Lincoln county was here last Thursday Vafc Mr W L Walker returned from t 1j Cincinnati market last week sfljS Mr W A Hunter traveling sales Man was here last Friday camPbellsvilelwas spent Thanksgiving at BurkesviUej fewldaysMr Rollin Hurt has returned from the Cumberland circuit court Mr A it Gowdy Campbelisville is visiting relatives in Columbia Judge Junius Hancock left on a visit for Irankfort Monday Morning Dr J N Page is in Louisville this week purchasing Christmas supplies Miss Pattie Pace of Cumberland county is visiting Miss Ruth Summers Mr Geo W Thomas a wellknown traveling man spent Sunday in Colum bia fudge WW Jones and his daughter Miss Frances are in week Mrs Jo Coffey Jr is visiting her mother and other relatives in Camp bellsvilleMrs B Graham nee Miss Robbie Chandler of Louisville is spending a Ughter1Erlene parents at Little Rock Ark Rev J P Scruggs and Mrs Scruggs of Midway are spending two weeks with Mr and Mrs James Garnett Misses Mary B Feese and Edna Chewnifg and Mr Ben Hutchison visit in Taylor county last Saturday and SundayMr C M Barnett arrived from Evansville Ind in time to enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner with Mrs Barnett and her people Mrs M Ej Durham who has been rtvisiting in Elizabetntown Campbells vtlle and other points returned home Saturday night Mrs Simeon Murrell was taken quite ill last Wednesday night and for awhile her condition was alarming She isI much better at this writing f1 Miss Alma McFarland who spent the weekend with relatives at Cane Valley returned home Sunday accompanied by her cousin Miss Nona McFarland MrW S Knight cashier of the Bank of Jamestown was here Thanksgiving to see his daughter Miss Alva who is a student in the LindseyWilson liTr Geo O Bassett Monticello is spending a few days in Columbia He his well citizenIIhlpDrJoT Jones and wife of Montpelier werein Columbia last Saturday i severelyburnedimproving but slowly i Miss Pearl Breeding of this county ho taught at Winder Ga last year J1tivipgentire staisf action will teach at the same place this year and left for ft that point last Thursday a L 4 Mrs Flora Frazer who has Been jpndingamonthO two with her Daughter Mrs J F Cat ell Miami returned to Columbia Saturday accompanied by her granddaughter Miss t Beie Cabeil fr 11iMfEdwinHurt is in Louisville this f business He will v tin mi t the initiation of 1000 men inlr of Modern Woodmen 6 1Gca and will attend the banquet alliB Seelbach Mrs Dr Hunnery and mother Mrs A IflbwerB of Granite were visiting Miss i l iKtch l yesterday ltliS F 0yi Midi Dea Mitchell Mr R G 1iiAMMr rand Miss E 0 Wilson 4 Al it Sundayafternoon at the llts tiiiMr k picfcureeiBiair Okla A cJ t naILocaISt r Whit a lc1ehifer te HUMI Jb tot Hua t f 4f t j y f jf r pkrY CVALUABLE In Old Virginia For Sale They ire located in the famous James c1tionsbought for less than onehalf their valuei CUImcountry inI formation Address W E Harris 911 E Main St- Richmond Va LOUISVILLE MARKETS a Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer 475525 Beef steers j3OO500Fat heifers andcows V 300465 Gutters iii vrv 2003 00 Canners 100200 Bulls vv4 50410 Feeders Cv 3254 85 Stockers S 2604 65 Choice mulch cows 7 35004500 Common to fair cows v 150035 00 HOGS t Choice 165 to 200 715 Mediums 130 to 165v 715 Pigs v 765 Roughs 650 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs i 55lc Culls L r 35cvFatsheep Jj 23c GRAINi4 J 1251orn given brs It Gf instead Co today Eggs 23 Hens 6 Chickens T 6 Cocks v 3 Turkeys U 9tollT Geese 5 Ducks V 7 Wool clear grease Wool washed v7ri 28 to 20I Hides green 6 Feathers i 35 to 40 Ginseng 450 to 5 00 Bees wax 25 Farm For Sale Having bought land at Montpelier I desire to sell my farm at Esto Ky containing 140 acres Good seven room house two good barns good orchard good spring tenant house and all nec essary outbuildings 50 acres good tim ber Will sell on easy terms Come and see it It costs you nothing to look Would sell the land without the timber if desired Call on or address KyIfor Salei250 acre sheep farm about 200 acres fenced Sheep will live all through the winter and do well Sheep livedi last winter with all snow on yWIIL sell cheap Write or callon S E Frogge Jamestown Tenn 14t fz Notice toJxPayers AH taxes that are unpaid on Dec Isjfc sIclose up for the year 1910 and will and after said date proceed to force a col I lection on all out standing taxes You have now had more than five months notice and It will be useless to complain if you let this time pass This means every taxpayer in the county that has not paid for the present year AD Patteson S AG Watkins Company I represent one of the best Companies- in the world lam on the Columbia square every Monday Call and seamy goods and getmy prices j Jno B Grantv I fjor Blunder v INotSorry hadnt blundered in was a omed victim of con Rumption I might notbealivenowJ writes D T Sanders of Harrodsburg Ky but for years they s3weveryat tempt to cure lungracking cough fail At last I tried Dr Kings New Discovery The effect was wpixlerfuL It oon stopped the cough and Tam how in bet tter health than I have had for 3ear Thiswonderiullifefiaver is an unri alt ed remedy for coulbjCold i l frijp asthma croup himorrhageii 11 hooping cough or wreak Wnga 50b aad IOp Trial botta free Gunuitetd Jby PIull tdy lt t r Use Newspapjtsjiniy y The ManhattanRKan have Decided to turn down all fake advertising Schemes and willmake all their announcements through the local papers The oilytongued stranger who goes to Manhattan to issue a liverystable directory will receive no encouragement The man who offers to plant adver tising on trees or barb wire fences at so much a letter will be thrown through the transom Theirierchants ofAbilene have followed suit and will hereafter spend no more money to have their names printed on thetown cows or on toy balloons cr on woodchucksThe is spreading and the day is at hand when all wise merchants will adopt thesafe and sane plan and do their ad vertising in the newspaper It is the only way to reach and interest the people who buy things The people read their home newspapers but they dont read telephone poles or cows or barbed wire fences You never yet saw a manseated by his fireside reading a board fence or the side of a barn to his children Ex New Law rr tfWhen thelasfc legislature was in session it enacted a law in regard to vital statistic or statistics of births and deaths It is quite voluminous and covers a dozen or more pages of printed matter It provides that the State Board of Health shall appoint a Registrar in each district On the oc casion of a birth the attending physician or midwife shallreport the date sex and other things to the Registrar Where a person dies the undertaker must report the nain place cause of death and numerous other particulars to Registrar No sexton or under taker is allowed to bury cremate pr place in the vault the body of any person without making the proper reports under penalty of a fine ranging from twenty to one hundred dollars Each in corporated city or town shay be gistI the country districts Printed blanks for these reports are to be provided by the State Board Health There are many OI provisions of the law but are among the most prominent The law goes into effect on Janu ary 1st Selected Orchard Items You can double the value of your orchard in one year when properly treated I Unfruitful orchards as a rule 1I are so because the soil is deficient in plant food Do not sell all the best apples j If anyone is entitled to the best fruit producedon the farm it is I the home family I A commercial orchard must have its varieties selected to cover the season from the earliest to the latest- The average farmer thinks that nysttorah old barrel will do for packing apples hence one reason why farmers Dapples are loW in price i ApplM1av benfoundito keen- better if well oa1oredand rii5 edj though not jverrjpe Pick ing thoutd not M dekyed till thisfrfitteoeea faUAk f tr i Iii jOJ gr A T l A filiiUir j 1rlanO Contest I III now WOULD THIS LOOK IN YOUR HOUSE IE J Planoii i in our FIRST VOTING CONTEST Rill out the Coupon below IEand nominate yourself or a friend It will cost you nothing or friend nothing Act quickly 133000 In PrizesFive Krause Piano Prizes FIRST PRIZE to the person receiving the highest number t IE of votes a Krause Grand Piano worth 35000 SECOND PRIZE a due bill for 26000 to apply as part payment on a Krause Grand Pianof aJ THIRD PRIZE a due bill for 25000 to apply as above FOURTH PRIZE a due bill for 24000 to apply as above J t FIFTH PRIZE a due bill for 23000 to apply as lilt Each candidate will have Five Chances to 9ual aboveII IIPiano Prize HOW TO OBTAIN VOTES Make yourpurchases at Russell Cos Store and get your friends to do dollarm1 Every dollar paid into the News office either as a new subscriber or renewal gets LOOO votes Also every dollar paid on accounts at the News office 1000 votes for each dollar paid tmBALLOT BOX OPEN and sample Price Piano on exhibition in our Bargain Department i Contest offici ally opens with this announcement and will run without interruptibntun April 1 111 Watch this paper for further announcements 11 Who do You Think Ought to Have trie Piano Piano v EFill out the Coupon arid send it in It will not cost you anything and wili count fm1000 votes for your Candidate fI1 t Ij7 0vJ1Ij GoQtl tor r h I vote for t J 1 KRAUSE PIANO CONTEST j II EFINE CHANCE FOR YOUNG MUSICIANS III TheAcair County News and Russell Co start Unique Joint Ad eftisliting CetnPal9nv Thirteen hundred and Thirty dollars worth of Standard 1910J Krause In strum nts for the five ladies married or single who can prove by public vote that are the most popularof their sex in this section of Kentucky tmThis is an exceptional opportunity for young ladies possessing musical mtalent to obtain standard pianos and should certainly be grasped by every young I lady who does not own an instrument =Fiveelegant pianos for tie five most popular young ladies their populari ty to be determined by the number of coupon votes cast for them by the public between now and April 1st Campaign officially opens November 25 and will run without interruption until April 1st Nomination lists however are openku- ntil January 1st 1911 I The Adair County News and Russell Co are jointly offering these prizes for the purpose of advertising and want the cooperation of every alert I votesfor l Official nomination of any candidater can be made by means Hof nomination f1ballot AA which appears elsewhere in this issue Thecan dld aeslJam e Wr ten plalnlYQn thIS ballot and mailed or delIvered to the Contest Manager s Store is all that is necessary to officially enter the candidate itIyour choice Contest Manager S RayConover tri Each candidate nominated will be started with 1OCjQ votes to her Voting Coupons with a value of from 25 to 1000 votes willappear regularily in every issue of this paper Watch for them and save for your candidate Jher Adair County News will give coupons good for 1000 vote for each dollar turned in on new su1 sclpt1onsandJO votesf1each dollar turnedm on renewels Back can in now and 1 000 votes obtained for each dollar Russell Co offer as an inducement to do your regularStrtding at their store200 votes for every dollar spent on theIr general votes will be given for every purchase of one dollar from their newly established partmeTit 2W votes for every dollar paid oh accountsfBallot Box now open and sample jprize pianb on view at Russell Gos Store where you are invited to IsPeCtandtry it If the instrumentmeets with i your apPtoval cast your nomination the young dytypu would like toxsaejpoa It Nominating a cand dat alldkeep n her inthe race cost gl ybiidthihf Watch for Coupon BUQtsan tturthep particularis v iq tttag i sue e ews + I j i ii t If i iti J r j I rtir THBADAIK COUNTY NEWSxiw e s- uitAttention e j- r I f f f 1 t i We Carry a complete line of Plaining f Mill I Stock ready for use A large assortment of I J Windows Doors Roofing Colonial Columns In fact we can furnish any part or all the I t Woo Jany grade desired that is needed for 1 Building or Repair work It llb tooi Interest to inspect our Pri- cesSanduskyI Columbia Ky Co 1 LJJL Jss ses s e SJL e V vI VV If4lI t K K 7 I I Q I 1 I I Fifth Aveoue Hotelj W PIKE CAMPBELL MGR 1 m- jK Refurnished Redecorated and e 1 modled A Firstclass Hotel at Popu S I fir lar Prices Convenient to Wholesaler w1 and Retail Districts Churches and Theaters k FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE 71 FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS 7J IN c Louisvi11eKentucky-v wAli J w w v yL 7 7K 1 7i i7i IS 7iC t i i iii iJ I j 1 i 1 FURS I JOHN WHITEC01 po o ti o HUGHES dPA t BLINDS AND HIDESHIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission Write tor price list mentioning thlsad Established 1837- LOUISV1LLEKY I 40 B C0 Sash and Door the South ii Send your orders prompt and good goods them I r 1 iE L C01I- NCORPORATED Sash Doors Blinds i Mouldings Columns Porch Mat rial j Stair Worlc Interior Finish Etc i Largest Wholesale Houset1 in to us for shipment H We appreciate 1 J HUGHES f 211215 E Main Street- LOUISVILLE moors J Ui HAKUMiCt Pres J COCKE Pres DICTZMAN Sect 1 W11 T Pyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 Ys VHliUWRIGJ4TS ffiACfilftiST- Sil i DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS MAIM MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS t 1301 THIKTeeNTftMftlN LOUISUJLte I SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank WorK r J JOBBING WORK SOLICIThv J j i KY JAU biros of Macriwery ktP- atradOIOOO I t ONicaivanized U 0- II BEFORE YOU BUY See our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleats and Cap Roofing put on like tin roof without any nails exposed and is beUetthmanytinroof 0witKout anyjnails Oledand is better than any to roof It will last a JifeC tunewkhout painting Wficarrytinslock V Crimp and Corrugated Iron Rod5ngGravel Rubber and all kinds of Paper Roofing r II DehlerBr sJ 116 rest Market between firsranU Brook 0 a 0 0V 0JJ ii F itl igil- J t r J j p The Roundup In order that virtue may be its own reward it must bewe11 advertised The plumber saves a lot of money by being able to do his own repair work Every girl owes it to herself to begoodlookingbutsome girls are unable to pay I A spinster says a man under a womans thumb is worth two in a breaehof promise suit Our idea of a strongminded man is one who doesnt try to make an excuse after making a mistake Marseills is one of the very few large cities of the world which shows a persistent increase in infant mortality The extremes of temperature on the Sahara are such that while the day may be oppressively hot at night it freezes New Rock City with 600 school buildings began the new school year with about 60000 parttime scholars For each member of the popu lation of the United States about onethird of a pound of Japanese tea and ten or twelve paper nap kins are sold annually in America Of Japans total exports of peanuts the United States takes onethiads Tent ins iratioliP I am gratified said the first prominent citizenHtO observe the undercurrent of joy in the Thanksgiving proclamation o f the Hitherto thegovernor proclamations have been along the old cut and dried stilted forms but in this instance there is a certain tone of joyousness of thankfulness of pure grateful ness that is really inspiring Yes agrees the second prominent citizen but its no wonder the governor felt good when he wrote that proclama tion No He has started on what seems destined to be a good administration already there is talk of promoting him to some higher office in the gift of the peo1 And besides interrupts the second man the governor owns one of the largest turkey farms in the state An Exciting lovytU Los Angeles is a truly exciting town to live in To say nothing of its heavenly climate and its bombs there is always some thing stimulating in the occult line going on Just the other day a widow of the angelic city began to long for a sight of one of her schoolmates whom she had not seen for 45 years The long ing brought its fulfillment A spirit told her to took for him in Brooklyn She obeyed met him on the street a few hours aftei she arrived and promptly mar ried him It is worth while to live in a city where thins like this happen even at the risk of being blown up now and then cnAlfalfa in The Dairy rr Mint producers who know it best concede that alfalfa is ailin closevaluablely akin to wheat in resiiltd and usually much lees expire IntbverQ small ton or city i isabout ot cow for Un or ftffcttn people Th rtftre l Iina town of 1000 population will probably be seventy five to one hundred cows If alfalfa will increase the quantity of their milk and butterfat giv ing a product at a lower cost than the concentrated foods it should be more used But as yet it is not generally used because it is not understood and appreci ated From CoburnsThe Book of Alfalfa Back to the Wild There was a time when all dogs were wild and when what we call wolves were different from other dogs only as a collie is now different from a New foundland for instance From time to time you will hear of dogs that have returned to the life of their ancestors and have run wild with the wolves of the prairie or of the woods In the town of Sandy in Oregon a grey hound one nigh made the ac quaintance of a coyote which is a kink of wolfe and even since he has lived away from the town running with the coyotes and approaching human dwelling places only to steal a hen or two when he has been more than usually hungry For weeks we have cautioned hog shippers to operate with conservatism and have urged the farmers who had hogs ready to come to market to ship them and ship them quick We do not believe the bottom has been touched nor do we believe the recent break will check receipts to such an extent as giving chan ces a price to react If you have hogs that are ready for market let them come If you are buy ing and shipping hogs widen your margin we will probably have still further breaksStock Yard Journal Saves an Iowa Mans Life The very grave seemed to yawn be fore Robert Madsen of West Burling ton Iowa when after seven weeks in the hospital four of the best physicians gave him up Then was shown the marvelous curative power of Electric Bit ters For after eight months of frightful suffering from liver trouble and yel low jaundice getting no help from other remedies or doctors five bottles of this matchless medicine completely cured him Its positively guaranteed for Stomach Liverjor Kidney troubles and never disappoints Only 50ca Paull Drug Co A Good Fellow Some people have queer ideas of what constitutes a good fel low Not long ago a defaulter who had squandered 8000 of public money who for months had been a fugitive from justice and who when caught had justa nickle left consoled himself by saying Ive been a good fel low Dishonesty with certain punishment awaiting him disgrace a fugitive from justice and the contempt or his fellows were the heavy toll fora few weeks gay life which his stolen sF money gare him The man needs to revise his estimate Ofa good fellow i Not Sorry for Blunder 4If m friends hadnt blundered iri thinkinglWUd60Ip d victim of con sumption I might not oe alive now writes D TV Sanders of HiTod burg Ky but for yearstheyeweverat tempt to curia jimgracking cough tail At last I tried tr Kings New TDiscby cryI Theeftect was lerfu1 It soon stopped the cough and ham now in bet rheatthtbanlhiye had for years TMs wonderful life sayer 1a unriva- ledremedyfor coughs colds lagrlppe asthma croup hemorrhages whooping ooofkor weak longs J50e sand fi00 Trial bottle free Gur ate dy auli J1 do rkw Jtr tdt rt c fA h Pyrus 4t t The health of our conimuriity is not very good at this written g Bad colds are the order of the day Mrs L H Vire is quite sick with lagrippe at this writing MrsW S Pickett is on the sick list- Theelection went off very quiet at this place we did not even hear a loudword spoken during the day Mrs Waller Parnell spent several days last weekatthe bed side of hermother who has been quite sick Mr C W Keltner wife and children attended ir eetirig at Gradyville last Sunday Master Garlan Pickett andsis ter Miss Flora attended preach ing at Gradyville last Sunday Mr GL Vire and Miss May Barger of Keltner visited the latters parents last Friday until Sunday Rev R F Payne failed to filli his appointment at our honse last Sunday evening on account of a protracted meeting he is holding at Antioch Mrs C W Keltner was visit ing Mrs Eila Y Robertson of Gradyvil1 one day last week We are sorry to say cousin Ellas health is very badbut it is hoped by her many friends that she may soon recover Mr and Mrs W B Dulin spent last Tuesday at G B VancesJMr J A Vire spent last Sun day with his sister Mrs R 0 Keltner of Gratiyville Mr E P Sexton one of our progressive farmers soldsome hogs last week for a fancy price Hogs are scarce in our com munityRev Payne of Knox county came In last Saturday to visit hiss n Rev R F Payne of Basil and will help in protracted meetings at Antioch and Morris Chapel Miss Flora Sytha Pickett was visiting tella Keltner last Sun day Mr Charlie Diddle our teach eris certainly giving satisfact ion to all that is so fortunate as to send their children to school He certainly knows just what to do in a schoolroom We people are to be congratu lated on having Rev Pangborn and wife with us this year They certainly areiine people and he has preached some fine sermons for us Judge Moss of Columbia spent last Tuesday on his place in our f community J A Vire and Gail an Pickett attended meeting a t Pickett last Sunday nightSMr S W Pickett Was in Co lumbia last Thursday Mrs G D Vance and Children were visiting her parents SaturJ day and1Sundayti t T VMrsing Mrs Mary Nelson parfoj rI last week ivEvidentlywho wants to biiilci sixteen dreadnoughts Isht afraid of what the airship is going td drop on them 5Only oiice writes tcprres I pendent pi the NewV9r Sun have I meta woman who sMter td Women hare no tLt tutee VMtj l i 1 L N Time Card In effect Monday Dec 31 1906 SOUTH BOUND rKAINr Lv LOUISVILLE AK LEBANO- Nalo27 700 am 942a 23815 am 1004 am- vo79 505 pm 740 pm No 21800 pm 1000 pm- Vo 93 630 pm 900 pra NORTHBOUND RAIN Ey LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE o 2i548am 7i50am o 8732anl 10dL5am 028 430pm6b5pnl- a 22628pm 815 pm 4092 722am 1015am Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only WILMORE OTL W M CUmfaORE Prop v FirstClass TablefGood Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rat- esQEftDYUILLe KY S D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetin t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavir or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables LOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILLE STREET Phone 29 Office t Phone 40J IRes Dr James Triplet Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK1 3Dr S IDunbar Dentist oOFFICE FRONT ROOMS INwJEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H StoneAt- toneYAtLaw Q Will prattles in this andadjoining counties Jamstown s Kentucky DR M E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia Kentucky Special attention glven toDcItistrr ise eases or the Eye Poll EvIl Fistula andi11 other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes tOFFIOELocated in barn back or Hancock Hotel 51 Thec h 7- Irii Newsjs 11 And- COurierJurna i YeafForTTf v IIfr THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS J i a fAvoidDanu rJf When you are sick or suffering from any of the troubles to women dont delaytake Car dui that wellknown and successful remedy for wo men Thousands of women have used Cardui and anyY chances Get Cardui the old reliable ofttried remedy for women of all ages TAKECARDUIJ T It Will Help You Mrs Luzania Morgan Sneedville Tenn writes For ten years I suffered with the turn of leand tried many remedies without relief I had pains allover my body and at times I could not situp At last I took Cardui and now Ican dp my housework I have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sick women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES rcEddYjexas- Everything is all right in Texas except we are needing rainTherare lots of oats sown if it would rain to bring them out We are all about through pick ing cotton andare plowing and making preparations for another crop There was a mistake in my J last letter as to the amount of i my cotton crop I made 1600 worth instead of 160 as was re ported Mrs Cyntha McKinney and formerrIlist I like to read letters in the Adair County News from all parts of old Kentucky The Esto and Rowes X Roads letters are of special interest to me and I want the correspondents to keep sending them in 11 IyouldIVe to have the pump TF Collins grew I- tT would eat fine t There are lots of people here from ld Kentucky r Ic TOCollins Longstreet YtiMr F M Wilson is still im provirig slowly It is hoped tha t hits I1 school soon Mrs Hopper who has been iw confined to herbed for some time 1 is dead Her death did not come i asi a surprise She is survived i by three small children and al L host of friends to mourn her loss r The debate at Owenton school l has aroused much interest Mr 4 Robt Foley against Mr J B Wade the latter won the decis r Mari f Mr H H Foley is making staves Mr W H Brown of Owens ville Ind is visiting relatives in this part We are having some frosty weather now It seems that the wheat pit this part will almost be a com plete failure f The people selected between two as their choice for Congress a man who has been thrice convicted of a heinous crime But he will have to ccmbat with the big Democrats from the remain der of the state and a Democratic house On the 8th of November the voice was heard how is every thing The watchman cried out all is well and Democracy still prevails Nell Miss Margaret Hestand o Flat Rock spent several lays a the bedside of her sister Mrs Cattie Bell last week Quite a number of the young folks from this place attended an Evangelistic service Breedings on the 6thof this month Master Dave Lee Walker did Wedt nesday v Rev CB Glaize of Edmonton will fill his regular appointment at this place Saturday night and Sunday afternoon Mr James Reece of this place bought a farm recently from Zach Barden near Sparksville for 2000 and in the near fu ture remove to it They are good people and will be very much missed from this community We wish them success It pckett Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT tel i A BRIDGES Co T iV 5v r t- F viV s PROPRIETORS v v oMer Eighth and Main Streets Louisville K I CHAS 5j BRIDGES Folic Months Storage Freed r voulir Table supplied With the Best the MarketZAf fords f Meals 35C HOUSFjjJ rfl t M p MILLCN OroJsi Railroad St one sq1lare east of- Ljjpif Lebanon i 1 11j CIlltUC +yk7tQI i f iIJ yttv4tr bi i Is r f r Cyclone Farmers are busy gathering corn in this section Mr Bob Smith and wife w revisiting relatives near Joppa last Saturday night and Sunday Mr George Todd and sister Miss Ann spent last Sunday with their brother Mr J P Todd this place Frank McFarland was in Co lumbia last Monday Mr JP Todd purchased Mr Wm Francis farm located on the pike for 1000 We are glad Air Todd has decided to remain in our community- Mr Eugene Grasham is re modling and building more to his house When completed will be a very handsome residence Mur = rell Bros are contractors Turkeys have been roosting high as Thanksgiving is drawing night The social given by Mr and Mrs Jake Bault was largely at tended and all reported a nice time There has not been much hunt ing since the game law expired Plenty of rabbit but quail very scarcer Mr Robt Montgomery of near Mt Pleasant who Js seriously ill is no better at this writing t Garlih R i t Mr W F Neat has been on the sick list but is able to be around again Bro B M Currie is preaching a series of sermons at Pleasant Grove of night Every one seems to be very much interested in ahem Misses Katie and Squires Miss Cora Reynolds Mr Jim Pelley and Mr Riggins and family were visiting at Mr W F Neats last Sunday wta one night last week Quite a crowd from this plac attended the musical association n Bear Wallow last Sunday 9 Mr John Kinnett who has been living in this neighborhood for the past four months haulm lumber for Mr Doff Bryant has moved back to his home on Casey Creek Mrs Lottie Leach wife ofGar lin Leach died last Wednesday and was buried on Thursday Miss Pearl Neat was visitin her brother SCNea Colum bia one night last week j Little Miss Lettie Bennett was visiting Edith Cooper one night recently Mrs Johnson who has been visiting her daughter Mrs J S Royse has returned to her home at ColumbiaJnight last week with Miss Frona Cooper Mr and Mrs Br Redmori were shopping in Columbia last Saturday L MrC S Walkup and Mr William Rigriey are onr a land trade Owcnsby i4 We are living cloudy gloom weather atf resent and lIt t fewi days according to thee weather signs we may sit by a big fire and gaze out u ori this old earth which will be enveloped in a month of snow IlIr SI1BCk ot Clsbi r iy latsrrek sv1 t tl q T jtt iJt r + c Messrs Leonard and Staton traveling salesmen were here last week rEzra and sister Miss Laura Moore hav eCdJamestown We much to give them up as they are fine folksy but we are glad to have Mr Clemmens and family among us as they are fine folks too RevJL Murrell and wife of Campbellsville were visiting in this part last week Mr Sam Aaron has gathered all his corn and put it in the crib He says he has the best crop he ever had Mr Robt Murray and wife Mr Mont Hale and wife and Mr Miron Conover and wife visited the family of Mr Elihu Collins recentlyMr Lawless andfamily will start to Oklahoma today Mrs C C Kelt Mrs Edd Lawless Misses Idell Sims and Sallie Lawless were guests of MissCallie Gaines one day last week r Mrs Josie Higginbottom visit ed uncle Flem Carter last week Mr F L Selbys store house was consumed by fire last Tues day night The orgin of the fire is unknown Alva Gridsr is very sick with material fever at this writing Mrs Green Kean is in a very critical condition at present ML Owens and family visited at D G Griders last Sunday Roves X Roads4 A Corn is turning out fine both in quantity and quality Mr MrcusKelI and Miss Tina B MurreH were married here last Sunday Misses Rosa Selby and Nona Kelsay were visiting at Thomas SundaysTom Selby is building himself an uptodate dwelling MisseFlora Cook have gone to Jack mans Bottom to visit the family of P Helm P Helm and family will leave 14thgThey will go back with Mrs Liz zie Pierce to her home at Belle Plains Kans Mrs Pierce has been in here on a visit fora month or two J Mr George Blair wife an angd r were visiting the family of Thomas Had ley last Sunday We were so glad to see them come but my heart was so sad to see that my dear brother was not with them Fount Selby John Oaks and theIThe Bishop Garter meeting r will commence here at Oak Grove December 2nd He will the new church December 4th Come everybody The condition of Miss Susi Aaron is critical Cant live but a few days unless she gets bet ifcerv v Fount J3elbys store was burned here November the 15th justh after dark His Jpsswasb teezi four and five thousand dollars It must have been set on fire by anyenemy The fire originated in thc room Fount mid that dooor had not ItMien unlocked foi four weeks Lot a acarf pint in thete n ot Co 1tijL i Boyd Oppossum hunting isall the go in thisYiCnity Mrs Rachel Bottom and tittle- aughter Pinkie visited Osa Bottom SundaySMrs Callie Jeffries is very sick at this writing Mr Jv B Bottom purchased a nice young mare from Leslie Ferguson for 75 Mises Doras Bottom and Min nie Tupman visited the family of Alonzo Chelf Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Lizzie McDumott and children visited her mother Mrs Shirrell near Roley Sunday Mr and Mrs J B Bottom visited their daughter Mrs Leslie Ferguson Sunday The pie supper given at Bottom school house for the benefit of Orphans of Kentucky was quite a success and all reported a nice timeQuiteanumber of young peo pIe from this place attended the social at Mrs Mollie Jones last Saturday evening and all report ed a nice time Mr W D Bottom of Russell Springs is visiting his son Mr J P Bottom of this place Miss Millard Shirrell visited ofIKnifleyMisses Bettie Smith and Ruth Whitley were the pleasant guest of Miss Allen last Friday night Mr Joe Sam and Marvin Tuck er who have been visiting their parents at this place havere turned to their respective places of business namely Louisville and Decatur Ill t Miss Minnie Tupman who is teaching our school visited at home last Saturday and accompanied by Miss pbrac BotI tom workiingmother Mrs Mollie Jones last Saturday and Sunday Mr Sam Bottom who has ai mil on the Somerset road was Monjd4 9 r Rupy t IC Corn gathering is the order of the day at this place Its seems to our farmers at5 todbacco on to it it will come again som- day Mr and Mrs Mack Gabber were visiting at Mr Bob Strange at Fairplay Sunday Mr Bob Royse was delighted on the 3Ith of Oct with another Motheer Mr Ruel Shive is preparingto move to a new home MrseStella Page were visiting at Mr Jim Rupes Wednesday famileare fixing to move to Weed to tmuthey are such good neighbors Sparkesville and Dingo baseball teams played a very interesting game Saturday Sptrkes 3vCome again Dingo we like to meet you and hve a hand shake Mrs Susie Akin is iettinia sibrrie Better lilr Joe Tom Brake Ind rife were t1n atiKr drt 7Qur yylICf nioht 0 ii J Mrte Akin was visiting afe Mr Calvin Coomers Saturday y Mrs Dee pages father andJv mother of Basil visited her Sun day Miss Anna Shive and Mrs Yd trange attended churclatAn t- tioch lSundayProgram fi7 f i Of the Fifth Sunday meeting r of second North Concord Assoc V NationFord church on the fifth Satur day in Dec 1910 and Sunday J following Devotional exercises 10 a m r What is the best means of con 4f victing men of sinM F Grimer and W F J Wilson Let brotherly love continueJ M Williams E G Wilson f Church pastors Their begin ning and character of their preaching C L Bradley J tI Wade SUNDAY Devotional exercises Bible santificationand modern sanctification comparedA Li Baker Destitution and needs of our- AaronassociationJ S Wade Wilson Bible plan of giving to God and its value to the churchW F J Wilson J K Grider W P J Wilson i W A Breeding r E J Walters Committee Pickett Bad colds are prevalent in this neighborhood at present Shreves a little son of W C Rodgers who has been down with fever for some time is improving GW Dudley was in Colum bia one day last week Mi Schuyler Neat a grocery drummer was here to see our merchants one day last week Corn is turning out well in this section The spoke trade at this place- is doing a good business Miss Mary Wade and a Mr I Light were married last Sunday Pangburn closed his meet Iingat Pickets Chapel last Sunr day night He had very good i success Rev Roach is conducting a series of meetings at Fry this Iweek vj- Mr Ed Whitlock and wife fof WePicketts Saturday night and Sun day Bro Hulse stayed one night at G T Kemps last week fie was en route to his quarterly meeting at Thurlow r Quarterly meetingat Picketts Chapel the 10 and 11 of December i I V Felix Pickett and Miss Vanada Kemp were married a few days ago Rev Scott officiating Arrested V Thomas Bridges sbriinlaw ofI S uI Fisher who was found dying on the Glasgow pike near Scottsville a few days ago has k been arrested charged with have ing killed the old man i It developed at the inques f J that Bridges was the only living f to witness who was present when his fatherinlaw received the wounds w ich caused his deaths Bridget claimed that he and Fisher were building a chimneys whefa berfe1andbe su oed le had struck his 64iki on r sr a h tJt f- i- j THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i u T Grid yilc i t7 f A i Thanksgiving turkeys r a little scarcen our city J i f jiM ass Battle D nn is t visiting a lie Brother at Cane Valley this fVe K k 3tW Shirley Frank Dohorieyjj- L aiid Rollin Brownlngof Mill ij town were in our midst one day tJlast week C 0 Moss and JvA Diddle were at Cane Valley last Mon vTf day J Clem Keltner andfamilyspen + Thanksgiving day visiting rela 5 tives in the Cool Spring commu v nity f v The new bank building will be completed in a short time if the weather will permit J C Mr Levi Dulin of Gape Val ley visited his father a tr this place one day last week Mr Galloway the wellknown tobaccc man of Glasgowwas looking after tobacco in thiscom nunity a day or sQof last week F Rev JiR Crawford of Co 4 lumbia flied the pulpit at the Baptist church in our city with a very interesting Thanksgiving y sermon fl Rv W H C Sandidge of vGreensburg our former pastor Jwjll preach for us on the first Xunda y in December at Union zt Grov J1RHindman spent a viday or so with C M Hindman 1 here the first of the weekriar riJMrsJA Diddle spent one day last week at the b ed side o- fDiW T Grissom atl Bliss who ia in a very critical condition Miss Bess Holladay our effi djiit music teacher has charge l 6f the song service with Rev Crawford at Ebeneezer church iin Green county this w ekin a revival meeting Mr and Mrs Glo Shirrell o Dcbanon are spending this wee k jwith Mr Shirrelfs father and Smother Mr a n fl Mrs A T Shirrell of near this1 lace rf fyyMMrs Ella Yo Robertson is con 7 ifihedto her ro ninfat this time t with rheumatism y Miss Sallie Beard who has been i Maai1um er of years as confined to her room witha fComplication of diseases at this timeLater w e have learnedi that Miss Beard quietly passed off on the night of the 25th She f j wasa member of the Methodist church and a devoted Christian The remains were interredin the fMiUtown cemetery and funeral f preached at the grave yard V The protracted services at Big lreekchqrch conducted by Reys v Payne nd5cooi is being largely attended and quite an interest y is manifested at this time v f Several o f our citizens have slaughteired their hogs during the frosty orning fth yo i afeek r T y epasti1 v Our old friend Tili f pVHorse J Gave tlryer popular u fertilizer man stopped over for q rffmght at the Wjlmore House one Silrii tit last week while calling on merchantsr v i i The c ntinueddry weatherhas ivenrourfarmers a little trouble JIOO t getting their 1obacco ready- rs marketv rthefi j tJYat lkelfBroo of Nil bought- eral ifr i crops x jtojbiieco Mt week r 1t i4 m the wart of liqcjrnf prkses ranging fro Nx to eiKntdoDi m hed SjWlAthe 21 is ton Moth rar aacl1d oiQwe1t f d J Quite a number from this iplace attended the funeral of brother ipC ti VMcCaffree at Union las tr Saturday Brother McrJaflfree lived in this community f ra number of years and was one of the best workers in all Christian work He was a member of the Baptist church and also the Masonic Fraturnity at this place The family of thern deceased have the sympathy of this corn inanity in this their saddest hour of affliction Stresidence of Rev JW Sexton in our city Miss Hattie Parson to Mr Clarence Franklin Rev Sexton officiated iCra M t I Corn gethering is the order of the day here 7 v y The health of this community is fairly good Field day exercises at Concord was quite a soccess Thew win ners were Pole vault Mack Grider 5 feet 8 inches High jump Tommie Hayes and Mack Grider 3 feet 11 inches Onef hundred yard dash Tom role Hayes time 10 seconds Egg race1 won by Etta Bry antCrosseountr f race won1 by t Blues Relay i race girls won bytiiie Reds r qn Relay race boys won by the Blues v One hundred yard dash Hinder 9 yearsf age won by Clyde iJBlair time 13 seconds 1il4 Misses Pinkie arid Beatrice Breeding were the guests of Miss Irene Murrell last Thursday Mr Andersen Murrell and his returnfinn weeks Mr Howard Murrell who is visiting in Illinois likes fineV He hopst mak it his future home Russell Springs A f The general health of this community is good at this writ tingrycSchool is progressing g nicely under the management of Prof and Mrs Barnes Miss Cleb Vaughan from Horse- Shoe Bottom has opened a dressmaking establishment in the- H room with Mrs Ida Payne Mr Will H Eads of Stuben ville visited friends here Satmv day and SundaYr Mr Jas Goffof Columbia V was at the Kimible House Monday night Mrs Ermine Wilson visit din- Jamestown11ondayni t Mr Shellejr Stanton had the misfortuue to dislocate the elbow joint of his left arm Mrs Rounds has renewed her class in music haying several pupils r Miss Ella Allison Was adjudged insane and will be taken to the asylum today- Misses Geneva and Rena Stephens Bessie Scales Luther Wilson Hamie Winfrey and Iiv vin Isbelly frpm Russell Springs attended Thanksgiving services Iat Font Hill r FOTM AiIIEOh GrsTsaded l i f tleI 1t r Aj bjil sJ f t i pf Qkj j J t 1W J i r Bakerton i Circuit lCourt conVeued at Burkesville past Monday with JudgeACarter at the helm Corn gathering is ne ring corn pletiori and is turning1 out very welt Mesdames Q Parrish Reu ben Hicks Alex Morrison T M Glidewell Misses McIvor Par rish Ruby Coop and Lera Mor risori ate Thanksgiving drone with Mr S T Irvin H J Jones is moviug to his placeon Little Renox H C Parrish sold J W Mel ton 80 acres of land in the lower end of Howards Bottom Con sideration 2500 Bob jaraishmov d to Scotts Ferry last week Misses Willie and Stella Par rishand Luda B arid Louis well spent Thursday night wit Mrs ST Irvin Prayer meeting every Thursday night at Holly Groves schoolhouse Everybody and his wife is invited to attend Will be conducted next Thursday night by Mrs E R Young Mrs H C Parrish and her daughters Misses Amelia and Stella were at Burkesville lastx week Storeeon The river is very low and not any boats running to amount to anything Mr and Mrs Tom Turk of Hiseville spent last Wednesday night with their brotherinlaw E Baker I v Misses Ellen and Condor Wil Hams visited Mrs Mary Pulliam last Monday night on little Renox There was a apron party at Geo W Brockmans last Wed nesday nignt Bush Parrish re t cieved the first prize and Thomas Brizendriee second Mr Henry Barron will work for the Hunt Produce Co Nash ville this season He will makeP regular trips on the lower river boats The drummers seem to be very scarce now about as scarce as dollars GM Baker went to f town lastj Monday for the first mein two years ij iCole Camp = r The health of this community is very good at present t Mr John Parrish is getting along nicely from cutting his foot We hope to see him out soon Misses Mary Fletcher and Wil flie Wood visited Ruth Thomas last Monday night l Miss Ida Smith rmAdair ounty is visiting Mrs James Cole this week Mrs Kittie VanZant from dI mouton spent last week with friends in this neighborhood Our prayer meeting is pro gressing nicely with good attend Spec Messrs Strange JoleandElam Fletcher Attended ia party at Gtlensfork last Saturday iiight They report a nice tin fe Mrs Fannie Gfeeatham spent last fJu daY irMi Iwir Jrand = a Miltth a jWo pvom to 1 tbLJr J31 SiM1ltti kG ail1dltld j at Ipst Mon r day t I c Miss Minnie Baker is on the sick list afcthis writing The apron party atO W Brockmanfs last Wednesday night was largely attended and enjoyed by all rM and Mrs Ed Cole and Miss Hytie Young visited Mrs Maud Phelps Tuesday The debate at Holly Grove last Friday night was largely attend ed There sure was some goo- sAeaking Mrs Pearl Cunningham an son Clyde visited Mrs C C Fletcher Thursday Thanksgiving dinner given by Mrs Mary Cheatham was largely attended and all reported agood time Lr1v Eggs are 24 cents per dozen a this place s r People are gathering cornand reparatoryh for Miss Matilda Smith who has been on the sick list for the past week is able to be out egain tn EllaIi We are having some fine weath Jf er now and the farmers are about through gathering corn andre raring their Christmas wood MissPearl Breeding and he mother were visiting at J B AbrelPs last Fridaynight- Miss Emma Ayers from Co burg is Visiting her sister Mrs Ella PiKe L Miss Emma Hardwick was visiting Lizzie Abrell last Sunday n Several drummers were here Jj t lastweek Mr J B Abrell wife and daughter were visiting friends and relatives in Russell county last Saturday night and Sunday Miss Pearl Williams and her sister Misss Etwol and Oma Whited were visiting Miss Cleo Fitch in Russell cgunty Saturday night and Sunday JLMr Oscar Sinclair and Lizzie Abrell were visiting Mr G B Williams last Wednesday night MrJ B Piles has sold his farm to Mr Jdhri Warner Jones for 400 A r e ff Mr JVB Pileswill leave in a days for Illinois his future home Mr owing Dillingham who hash been quite sieir for some time is improving Eunice Miss FlorenceRubartsrwho has been on the sick list is better at this writing Messrs J E Beard andW 1i1errpade a business trip to Columbia one day of last week Miss Nannie Bet RubJbtsand brother Virgil ef Dunn viII visited G WRubarts arid family of Eunice Y A little daughter of Mr and Mrs R c Neal whohas been very sick is improving Kisses Fannie Evans Lois Williams and Patsie Roy were tQeple antguets91Mr Ellen Grant Thursday nighttit MrsMiYilliairu who has been sick is betterr at this wr- iingr k- nieTeal visited the 1e aehod Wednesday U I party givenT byJt- M Mi LowBWtfd WM ti8 aI 4j s G i j 11 frt 4 f I rf- X i W EKlY t r 11 6OURIRJOURAL j j HENRY WATTERSON Editor i lJsa JNaoional Newspaper Democratic in jPO litlCIt prints all the news without 11Ci fearor favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL r AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS EOT HONE YE 1GeY rf you will give or send your order to this I pEpel not to t11e CoUrierJournal i S Ii DlilY CourierJournal 5 Yr 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