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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1- ifbtt p q It iteuunt Nt d fj Jfolf JJrr kr IE Ift II voI UMF XIV COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7 1910 NUMBER 5 t IICONVICTED rV r Wendling Given a life Sentence for Murdering Alma Kellner UROERER REfUSES TO TALK Jos fiMurderingmight at 1010 and his punishment fixed t a life term in the penitentiary When the jury first went to its room seven stood for the death penalty and held to that opinion for five hours The ver iict reached was upon a compromises A motion for a new trial which will doubtless be overruled Thus ends a case that has attracted the at tention of the reading people in this country and in Europe Wendling and his wife sat in the courtroom while the jury was deliberHating and when the verdict they received it calmly The history of the killing of the little girl is familiar to all our readers DohoneyGlasscockq Miss Ella Dohoney a daughter of late Mrs Nona Dohoney of this theI ty and Mr John C Glasscock of rion county were married at Camp bellstflle a few days ago The bride is a most excellent young lady and the groom a very prominent young manI He recently bought a farm near Lebanon where he and his bride will reside Mrs Glasscock has many relatives and friends in Adair county all of whom desire to extend their congratulations through The News Russell Co will give the pur chaser of 100 worth of Jewelry 1000 Votes in the piano contest Died Mr H T Harvey for many years a residents of Adair county died at his home Ft Worth Texas last Wednes sdayIandthree children three brothers and four sisters to mourn their loss The deceased was a brother of Mrs J A English this place Some time ago the announcement was made in the News that a tobacco show would be held in Columbia and liberal premiums given on different grades It was made in good faith and a substan tial sum of money was subscribed by the leading business people of this town but for some cause really indifference 4on the part of its promoters it was not held and is now declared off for this leadingfto give some attention to an exhibition of this staple crop and also add earn to it Ifthe farmers want to meet each other and exhibit their tobacco and corn the business people of Columbia will meet them with open arms as it ybesidesAGENT WANTED Either Lady or Gentleman to work all or spare time to introduce Tube Flavoring Extracts and Perfumes the best flavors on earth and five times cheaper than the liquid extracts This is pleasant em ployment and a splendid opportunity to make some money Address TJ S Mail Order Company Campbellsville Ky t From the amount of sausage back bones and spair ribs sold on the market here during the three last days of last week quite a number of hogs were slaughtered in the county Hogs have been reported scarce and there is no doubt there have been fewer killed than usual but according to the state inent of some farmers there will bea large supply next year as they say the woods are full of young hogs A card from Judge T A Murrell says he is sojourning at White Springs Fla wearing summer clothing and watching folks bathe in the immense spring which flows 24400 gallons of water per minute Here it is different We are sitting by booming fires la menting how fast the wood goes as big Ted blazes lap aroundit andean scarce ly keep warm 4The new hotel at Campbellsville was formally opened last Saturday It is a magnificent new brick structure with c1theday night and a large circle of friends were present to enjoy the festivities and to spenda few hours in social en jyment I All istes arid die accuts are M- WteMiMfcW tt yifl tO ttkMae at IICeW L Wajfor Mi ap y irIdbt lotiwjf ot t ii i i j 1f 1F i i Gov liindman Meets the Governors Gov T R Hindman of this place attended the meeting of the various Governors in Frankfort and Louisville last week He speaks of thetwo meeting as most enjoyable occasions He was acquainted with some of the dis tinguished gentlemen before going to Frankfort and those he had riot met he- adh the honor of greeting and exchanging courtesies He says that it was a ne body of nien and that it was a g reat pleasure to be with them hear them exchange ideas all looking for the betterment of our great country The reception Committee in the absence of Governor Hawley of Idaho appointed Governor Hinuman to repreHent said Governor giving him cGrts We have never had the pleasure of seeing Gov Hawley but we are satisfied that he is not a more did tin guished looking gentleman than the one who represented him One of the did not know that Governor indman was only personating a gentleman and when the facts came to lightmuch levity was engaged in Besides meeting the Governors Gov Hindman met distinguished men from ll parts of the State and made en- uiryas to the candidacy of Mr Jas Garnett of our town for Attorney General He states that all the politicians he met expressed themselves in favor of Mr Garnett The Governor further states that Frankfort and Louisville did themselves proud and when the visitors took their departure they expressed themselves well pleased with Capital City of ouisville in fact the State of Kentucky On the Governors return home he stoppedatLe anon and paid his respects to Gov Knott delivering him many messages from admiring friends Marriage Licenses Mr Walker Bryant County Court Clerk of Adair county issued the following marriage licenses during the month of November Z T Bennett and Miss Mollie Thomp on John Lee Walker and Miss Mary H B Clark and Miss Virgie T Hubbard Clarence Franklin and Miss Hettie Keltner W J Curry and Miss Retta Hood SherrodMurrell and Miss Mollie Mat Squires Notice to Contestants Contestants in the Piano contest arE requested to call at Russell Gos Store and receive coupon bookt The plans will be fully explained to them by S Ray Conover These books will enable you to very rapidly increase our votes Notice The bargains at W L Walkers this weej r 18 Ibs Standard Granulated sugar 1 6 cakes big dealsoap 25c 5 cakes white washer soap 10 Heavy Brown domestic Jc per yd Dark colored outing colth 5c yd Dress and apron gingham 5c yd Calicoes assorted colors 5c yd Mens Womens andchildrens under wear 25c a piece Men women and childrens sweater coats SOc White cotten blankets 60c pair Boys odd pants 25cpairand up And my stock is full of bargains i III accordance with the above You are not losing money or time when you are increasing the value and desirableness of your country home and farm You had better exhaust your bank account to build Up the farm than to exhaust your land to strengthen your deposits A gOod farm intelligently managed will soon create a good bank account but nearly every farm needs improvement and the energies of theIA silver communion set his been ordered by the Sundayschool of the Methodist church and will be present ed to the church next Sunday morning by Gov J R Hindman The response will be made by the pastor aud the con munion service will follow All thel members Of the church are requested to be present All friends invited and welcomed IIfYOI1 are interested in the piano contest remember that you get 1000 votes for every dollar paid The Newa office A little time s Ptin soliciting your frienditp pay accounts ort subscribe fox Tbe News would change the r l yOUrvoteirp1dl trjLI Monday ww sVery dwreebl day ttId the b beIs gfeH Ww J gsi al ly wuigt J j IA SUDDEN DEATH Jo Coffey Jr BookKeeper in the Citizens Bank Dies Suddenly at UisUomeI HEART FAILURE TIlE CAUSE OF HIS DEMISE This entire community was brought to grief early this Tuesday morning when the news spread over the city that Jo Coffey was dead The end came at the home of his parents where and his wife boarded at 330 a m is death was a terrible shock to his devoted wife aged parents and brothers all of whom being perfectly devoted to him and it is hard for them and the many friends of the deceased ts realize that the voice of Little Jo as he was familiarly called has been silenced by death The deceased was about thirty years old and he was one of Adair countys popular young men Heat all times was jovial the life of his associates his genial disposition driving away dull hours a born gentle man and a most lovable companion to part from whom is almost unbearable marIriedbellsville who survives him There bore no children It has been a loving couple from marriage until the final dissolution and the deepest sympathy is felt for her in this the saddest hour of her life The deceased was a fine business man said to be the quickest and most accur ate accountant in this community and the rapidity in which did business at the Citizens Bank where he was employed was frequently mentioned by customers who did business at the institution He Was a favorite friend of the writer of this article and his passing has brought the tenderest emotionscThe News desires to extend its sym pathy to the sorrowing wife the aged parents and brothers and all other rela tives The deceased was a member of the Presbyterian Church where the funeral services will be held Wednesday eveDning at2 oclock 33 A FarReaching Voice BY LEE MCCREE The following article was handed in By a lady resident of Columbia When a band talks people listen They listen partly because they want to and partly because they have to Now instrumentalImUSIc as we usually term the wordless kind is sim ply a stirring or soothing harmony of rythm and sound but when the instru- m nth play airs of which we know the words then they are talking in music preaching if you please Never did any sermon come nearer my heart or linger more impressively in iriy memory than that of a band moving beside a hearse up one of our city streets playing Come ye disconsolate It was a summer Sabbath years ago In the peace and stillness Qf that afternoon the message of the grand old hyme rose high and clear and marvelously sweet while the rich strength of the lower notes and the stately beat of the drum echoedin our consciousness We did not say or see or hear the words we felt them And under their spell the small worries and trials of daily living seemed to drop away The whole earth seemed good and neaven near Realizing the strength of the impres sion and its long influence I have vow ed fervently that were I a Carnegie or a trustee of wealth I would not endow alibrary or a college but I would found a Sacred Music Orchestra and Band in my home town This band should be under perpetual contract to play every Sunday afternoon in various centers of the city and somewhere every evening from sunset to dark It should be under the directorship of a Christian musician one who would oe as anxious for the souls of men as he is gifted in musical leader sh1one who values words as well as notes who would give the people not only the most spiritual of classica music buttheir oldtime universal favorites from the hymn book and gas pet hymns Of late 1 have been listening for the airs whistled or sung by boys and laboring menstreet workers and so forth singing unconsciously of tentimes over their work and the songs invariably are those we would think had been sung to death The one mct frequently heard in our town at least is Jesus lover ofmy soul I have thirty Jersey Keif era which will be frekli iiiix we k Tjie gr will be for sale Ifyubata pQ iiuiliii the bppQrt Alt is prwMraUd ty i i riet4 Yl 1IiiMt J n t l TMwa fiyr f i f rt It f l f r Hadiey Memorial Church Dedicated Last Sunday Bishop T C Carter of Chattanooga Teen in the presence of a very large audience dedicated the Hadiey Memorial Church United Brethren atEsto Russell county The dedication was preceeded on Friday and Saturday with a ministerial institute conducted by Rev C R Dean of Co lumbia and the Presiding Elder of the Conference A number of interesting subjects were discussed such as home missions and Church extension in the Kentucky work Bishop Carter spoke on Missions Sat uaday and the subject was also discussed by J F Turner pastor at Breeding and by Rev W R Lynn of Ridge Ky The great day of the occasion was the services Sunday Bishop Carter de livered a most eloquent sermon and spoke also at night At the morning service a collection was taken up to meet indebtedness and complete the se thefChur was ministers who assisted in the services were4Rev Thos Hadley Pastor Rev C IL Dean Presiding Elder Rev Beck of the Methodiest Church Revs J E Turner J M Turner W R Lynn and AR Blakey The Church is named for Rev Thos Hadley and it IS a beautiful edifice a great credit to the Hadiey family and friends who worship there from time to time an- dhcow nobly assisted in tbe enterprise Carter is well pleased with thiJpart of and is exceeding ly ctfinaplimentary in expressing himself as tSTthe people who so kindly enter ttainffhini on his occasion visits 1 Announcementit Mr and Mrs W W Jones announce thmarriage of their daughter Wheat to Mr George Robert Reed which will take place at the Baptist December 28th Collecting Taxes I Last Tuesday and Wednesday were the two last days for paying taxes be for the per cent went on Patteson and several of his deP utiesI werekept busy writing receipts the cfpse of the last day 470Q had been collected during the two days These are said to be the largest taxpaying days in the history of the county The sale of Mr A S Chewning ad veitisedfor last Monday was declared off on account of the disagreeble day It will talk place next Saturday beginning at 10 oclock am At the close of the sale there will be drawingfor a fine Poland China pig given by Mr Chewning Remember the sale will take place next Saturdayl IAll notes and accounts are now will be compelled to ask you to settle same at once W L Walker The Ladies Bazaar of the Presbyter ian Church has been postponed for a week on account of the death of Mr Jo Coffey Hogs Wanted I will pay the highest market price for fat hogs See Hugh Richardson 42t Columbia Ky Bishop T C Carter delivered his lec tune Americanism of the South here last Monday night It was a historical gem and those who heard him were highly entertained Bishop Carter is well up on the affairs of the nation and speaks in a most captivating manner Dr M E Jones has removed to a residence on Jamestown street just beyond the shop of Mr Marion Antle HiS has a large barn on the place and office will be located near his residence He has a phone Mr J B Beard sold his farm of 110 acres near Coburg to Mr J P Todd for7 3200 Mr Beard contemplates latIterhome Again we lose a good family and help Texas in her effort to broaden her energies and population Mr LC ndmanhas removed with His family from Grady ville to his farm recently purc aaed of Mr Frank Wag Keller near Columbia This is a fine fami y of people quite an acquisition to the neighborhood one of the best in the county where they are now lo cated The merchants of Columbia should rtlt1mtyIDJint fYiOf lt JrCtfl1iSNfl T1r e wtfLbt twomoHwuHof tg1NWwI bo1idtt adl rJ v dtMarket t r- na1waityOrd 1 tt jla jP THE PIANO CONTEST nOW the Candidates Stand at the End of the Second Weeks Voting 1 COUNTERS jw FLOWERS BRUCE MONTGOMERY AND ROBERrREEp I t Ballots cast in Piano contest to Monday night 7 pin Dec 5 191Qi Nellie Follis Columbia A 52300 Madge Rosenfield Columbia ilVv l 30000 Rose Hunn Columbia C r 1 29 500 Bell Butler Columbia f f 25 IQfli Julia Price Bliss + 25 100 2QONoraFannie Sandusky Glensfork i i = i 2L 175 StiffEllaAllie Garnett Columbia J J 13 5001 Mrs J C Browning Milltown o1l 74v 13 500 Ada Feese Cane Valley Jviv lrVw 13 400 Ina Hulse Columbia lf iVt 12 000 600jBettieMallie Moss Columbia 11 300 Nellie Waggener Columbia rvijw 11 2Or i Mrs Dan Clark Columbia i i n Ip OO1 Mrs C M Russell Columbia 7 10 700 Gertrude Gabbert Roleyvv xVk V 10 600 Grace Dudley Glensforc i 10 500 Montra Thomas Milltown T v 10 200 Rosa May Conover Montpelier V h 10 200 Clarice Stotts Bliss ftlViV 10 100 Ethel Moore Purdy i p 10 9 700 Creel Nell Gradyville Ar i 9 500 N 00aJennie Mat Jones Columbia i ir v k 0 V 8 GOO1 Mattie Gibson Breeding iiV f l 8 6QQS Lettie Dunbar Columbia vr rliV 8 SOtf r Mabel Hindman Columbia j l iii 8 500 Lutcie Barger Joppa ViSi V 1 t 8 300 Lois Hollady Columbia li i i 8 200 Mary Hancock Cane Valley t v J T5fMattie Stephens Bliss vv v J j A 7 500 Beatrice Breeding Purdy v 7 000 Mary Miller Columbia j 6 900 Lula Royse Garlin vvV 6700 7gpRosaLee Vista Royse Columbia r l Ir 5 400 Estelle Bennett Purdy oJ is 4 900 Mrs Sallie Kelley Cane Valley vvUriUj o1i1 4 800 Susie K Page Cane Valley q v i 4 700 Mrs B M Currie Columbia j 4 200 Clara Wilson Columbia l 4 200 Ollie Conover Columbia v fSV J 4 JOO Helen tlpton Glensfork v VT 4100 Mamie Moran Columbia v vtii 4 000 Minnie Rodgers Milltown 3 3 900f JVirgie McLean Columbia V 1 3 700 0Lucile Winfrey Columbia iw 3 700 Ethel Thompson Milltown 4 y 3 700 Mary Caldwell Milltown 7l S 1 3 500 Annie L Blakeman Milltown c jlf iiU 3 100 Callie Feese Columbia A3ii Vv V 1 OOtt L t They Uke The Nst Louisville Ky Nov 291910 Adair CountylNews Columbia Kylt Dear Friend Y fu will find enclosed my check for 00 for which please renew my sub scription to The News Mrs Shelly and myself red the News with much pleasure Old Columbia is very dear to us We spent four happy years within her peaceful borders and we love her people very much Her citizenship is unexcelled For healthfulness tand good society I know no better place and for educational opportunities it is- fineout from the crowded city where the atmostphere is pure not so many things to hinder and one has time to think You are giving us a newsy paper I trust you may continue Ho have prosperity I amverj Sincerely SG Shelly If you haVenot voted in the piano contest call at this office and subscribe for the News casting 1000 votes for your favorite fYOUare already a subscriber renew for a year and you wjll be entitled to cast 1000 votes Mr Thomas Waggener has finished his dwelling and is now occupying it hut a barn and other outbuildings are needed and will be built in the near fu tare Tommie ispushinfn the ridge MrMO Stevenson who keeps everlastingly at it has just completed an upto date stock barn w ich adds very much to the appearance of this farm In fact a barn fills a most important place on everV farm and tooJCmany farmers fail ito reaKxe the worth of IinqpiivML4e iid merits iT more alfalfa talk in Southern Kentucky fir i ftj sad fewer U2- =aty QdSt I tWesit th- SMi and rn Mti W 11 j MI1d ja iriaUr owp 4wi t I t Seventh Generation Valleythislows V Eighteen months or two years ago I l read aletter in The News from one Mr Ripato saying he had seen his seventh generation 1 had no thought IQokingbackhow far back I could remember and how far forward I could see I found that I have seen my seventh genera grandfatherdaughter married William Hancock and my mother Nancy Hancock m ned my father Hiram Cofer To rjwere children four boys and tl four girls My youngest sister Faninie married Billey Borders and to them one son was born L B Borders He married Miss Lou Lamb and to r them four children were born Their youngest daughter Patsy married daughtenfrom great great grandparents down to great great grand niece making seven generationsSWatch the contest and see the vdtesvJ gettingbusy will win Candidates who do not work will get left So if you want the piano i keep moving This office gives boo votes for every dollar paid fn on sub scription Jobwork or for advertieing Mr Henry Hurt representing the James N Norris SonCo poultry ti deaters has purchased la lot and house 1 from the COh mblLirbtilJC Company jS located bckolRUHelJt Gos store cowideration I860 Mr STurtwili re celyepoultryanaatt tMplae ud1ftvitel1 aeft to jt t a 1 f ttheMoodily Prith by Rs IB taic iyc t J J 1A if a rr l t IS a f r jn ADAIR COUNTY NEWS H i W tC 7THEt t fvV About ChieKs f Q L VWhat a time some poultryl keepers have trying to get rid off scaly legs among their fowls All J kinds of dopeis recommended f even to catching the hens and applying salves and other things t from one to half a dozen times uAii old can with a little kerosene in it will do the business A lit tftle oil grease may be added One dipping of the affected birds legs in this will end the scales The early hatched pullets win begin laying eggs soon and as they are expected to furnish the bulk of the winter eggs prepare e r ample quarters for all the young tstock To prevent crooked breast bones the young fowls should have poles about three inches around or flat rails or lath three or four inches wide Those who expect fo make their young chickens grow vig orouslyand their hens lay well must not forget that they require an abundance of mineral foods and supply them with alII they need It is cheaper than any other feeds but just as es en tialIThere is no excuse for not hay ing perfectly wellventilated poultry houses because they are inexpensive and require not much time to build them Warmth in the poultry houses should be sac rificed for ventilation if that is sl necessary The number of eggs that aI goose will lay and the fertility of those eggs is largely determined by the care given the breeding birds during the winter months If they receive proper care thej r ward of the caretaker is s Tit farmer who takes reason1 able pains to show thehiredman the best methods pi working will not only be the gainer himself but will be giving help to a fel Jowm n who wilt probably re member it all his days If nothing better can be had milk may be serated by placing the cans in a trough of cold wat t erand dipping the milkwith a iourinag it back into the can until it is thoroughly cool For the past two or three years i the earliest chicks have been somewhat difficult to raise Hatches have also been poor but with all these uncertainties itv pays to get them just as early as j you can Ovation For Two Governors t People are always interested ih men who are likely to become President of the United States and as Governor Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey and Governor r Judson Harmon of Ohio are regarded as being in that class they are the cynosure of all eyes during the Governors ence Monday night conferI K i people went to the AyIand asked to see the New Jersey t1 Governor and Tuesday at noon f when Governor Harmon arrived on the F 0 train from Gin 1 cihnati there wasa big crowd rthere to give him a rOUSinlj 4 t I J iIr cheery and theyaU 1shaking hands with the man they wthought would be the next President During the reception at dingtr the openingof the welcoming f i ceremonies the throng all asked rf to lee either Wilson or Harmori 5tidxlnotmean that thaother i rt Iota era oY rookd f 91l l S1 t i they were alLgiven a royal weY rt come Governor McGovern of Wis consin the only bachelor Gover allnorina joke about him promising to marry if he was elected He says that story was started by one of his partial newspaper friends and it has gone allover the coun try much to his annoyance H takes the joke good humoredly however and does not deny that he will marry if the right girl appears on the scene Just before the opening cere monies in the Representative Hall the Governors of New Jer sey and Ohio Wilson and Har mon met in the center of the aisle and shook hands in a most cordial manner and talked a faw minutes The crowds in the balconies cheered but the two big men seemed not to notice the applause The crowd recognized them by their pictures in the papers during the recent campaign Frankfort News Inexpensive Cure for Rheumatism In giving directions for the cure of rheumatism Dr Reeder of Indiana says Just stop eat ing until the poor stomach inI fact the whole alimentary can unload and get clean up so 11towhole tract get it clean You will not starve nor suffer if you not eat a mouthful of solid food for three or four days butt as soon as the tongue clears be buttermilkta half pint every two hours you wont need anything else for a weekfive days anyhowand by that time there wont be aj youjImember that your teeth were made to chew your food withand use them cut out all liquids while eating eat reasonably and workreasonably you wont again be troubled with rheumatism It wont cost you any thing to try this unless in some cases and at this season of feasting it be a pretty serve self de nial but a little doing without will be wholesome and beneficial in other ailments A Washington dispatch car ried by the Associated Press says Financiers ho have re turned from the national monetary commissions conference held in New York last week expressed the belief today that Senator Aldrich would attempt to accomplish at the coming short session of congress the enact ment ot a currency reform bill and that the central bank idea would be one of its features nowlits details are incomplete A subject of much speculation here is the question of what disposition of the 15000000 of 2 per cent bonds now held bynational banks lwill be proposed as the basis o note circulation in a central bank scheme The market value of these bonds is now much below their purchase price While one of caring for these securities sug gested has been to take them up wJth the postal savings aEieral lowed by the postal savings Bank Jawfit is now considered that such a purpose might be tp o slow J c Yaraax rt Wsut tli ohUjri I th J jr 3 W1f 4 0 Jr1t V j f74r oitA y winthrop N Y Ie iinoINov 26th Editor News Last weeks issue of your paper calls attention to an ear of corn grown in a Columbia garden and containing 972 grains That is pretty good but we have now lying on our table an ear of corn fieldeof 30 acres grown the past sea son on the farm of Penick Smith Cane Valley Ky r and taken from his corn crib the last of October containing eighteen rows and ten hundred and fifty seven grains We do not know What it would have weighed when taken from the crib but now after lying in a warm room a month it weighs a pound and Iiagreit contains a lot of mighty fine people The News is a source of pleasure to us each week happenings in and about Cane Val ley and Columbia are especially interesting to us Then we find in your paper many items of general interest that we do not find in the New York newspapers Of course we Democrats are feeling good over the Democrat landslide throughout the coon generally and especially in ur own State of New York in the election of John A Dix and a good working majority in both branches of our State Legisla ure for the first time in fifteen years Very Respectfully H W Stearns Shepherds Watch atNight Some historians contend that the shepherds could not have watched by night on the Bethlehem plains in December ing a period of great in lemency11- In answer to this a wellknown student says Bethlehem is not a cold region The mercury usually stands all the month of December at 46 degrees Corn is sown during this time and grass and herbs spring up after the rains so that the Arabs drive their flocks down from the mountains into the plains The most delicate never make fires until about the end of November and some pass the whole winter withI out them From these facts I think tit is established without doubt that our Savior was born on the 25th of December the day which the church through out the world has united to celebrate in honor to Christ s coming in the flesh By keeping candlemolds a t hand a few candles may be made at a time as the suet ac cumulates and the ends of can dies and the droppings on the candlesticks may be melted and rUn into fresh candles Tocorn beef for use in a t week or two wipe it then rub hot- f salt into it until it all disappears then add more salt and rub again until the twill absorb no more Place it in a crock ina coot place for a week turning each day them it will be rid for use To cook wash and put it to boil incoldwaterk Bring tlow1yto the boiling point and immeJitthirtrrrJnht to every pound If itis to be serjedold itw tQeoo in the liquor in ix- r iltL t i k fi i ra J lrf WomansI There is a Merry Christmas in deedwith the December number of the Womans Home Companions The cover by Jessie Wilcox Smith is one of the most beautiful of modern Madonnas and is a work of art in itself The Enchanted ChirhneYa Christmas cantata b y Mary Theresa Hart beautifully illus COnISteese Richardson will prove boons for those of us who are getting up Christmas entertain ments A charming song by Louis Ayers Garnett is a contribution to holiday music As for fiction timely stories are offered by such writers as Katherine Holland Brown Laura Spencer Porter Marion Hill Philip Ver rill Mighels and a new story by Mary Er Wilkins Freeman is begun in this number The Admirals Niece by Kate Douglas Wiggin and her collaborators is now well started iThe practical side of the holi taken care of in hundreds of practical suggestions for presents such as Gifts From the WorkBench Gifts in Painted China Binding Books at Home The Bookplate as a Gift Trimming the Home Tree etc- Edward Sandford Martin ap pears in an article entitled We and Our Family which should prove of universal interest Kel logg Durland begins the romance of Spains King and Queen and an appropriate holiday essay is furnished by Sophie K Under wood The children are taken care of with new and delightful stories and suggestions and for the housewife and for the home dressmaker recipes and styles of the very best are to be found The Price of Butter The discussion given to the subject of cost of living has di rected more or less attention to the federal oleomargarine tax and the price of butter People who are in favor of repealing the present oleomargarine law have taken advantage of the situation to loudly condemn as unDemo- cratic a n d unAmerican this burdensome tax on a pure wholesome and nutritious food product They conveniently forget to ex plain that over 97 per cent of tht oleomargarine put upon thee market is taxed at only one fouth cent per pound They do not explain that only oleomargarine that is artificially colored is taxed at tep cents per pound Even if it were all taxed at ten cents per pound it would have absolutely nothing to do with the price of butter after the latter reaches thirty cents a pound retail It costs about fourteen cents a pound to pro dues the very best grade of oleomargarine Ad to this a ten cent tax and the cost of produc centstretailedY at Cents a rn to manufacturer and retaifen Joking at the JIQeatjQllporn ny viewpoint it is clearly seen that the elaomartfanne law Has absolutely nothg to dp with the price of butter T din c tlrecouri t 1i LISTEN FARMERS t f ifX l- i Now is the time to spread Nanureoix your Wheat and Grass We handle the Famous CLOVER LEAF MA NURE SPREADER the most Simply Constructed and therefore the most Durable Spreader now offered to the Farmer In this Machine the Ma= nose is delivered to the Cylinder by an Endless Apron thus lessoning thei york and wear over other makes just one= half See our Machine and get Our Prices i I THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE fit through eleomargarine legislation except as the integrity of the industry is maintained NIri this every honest citizen should feel a keen interest He should also understand put fourth by the manufactuerersI of oleomargarine to secure legis lation which will make it easy for men to commit fraud in selling j oleemargarine is not inspired- by love for the poor man who wants a cheap substitute for but terThe whole proposition may beI summed up oleomargarine man ufacturers and a few retail deal ers want the privilege of putting it upon the market so that it will look like butter thus making it easy to commit fraud Every good citizen should be interested in effective pure food legislation and the oleomargarine law is just such legislationno- more n o lessThe National Dairy Union E K Slater Secy St Paul Minn A Man and Ills Town A man owes it to his town to boost it in public onall Occasions and at all times The correction- of its failures and faults are for the privacy of the home circle A man who would thrash his boy on the front steps of the court house ought to be whipped out of townThe citizen who welcomes tIre stranger by telling him what a rotten city government we have what a corrupt set of officials misrule the town how the town lags behind the age in all mat ters of progress and develop ment that it is a dead town and will be so long as certain men rule it is an undersirable citizen A man owes it to his town to shout its advantages from the housetops The entire registry list should be the promotion corn mitteerIf necessary putt blind ere on the visitor and let him see butt what you want him to see When he asks yuwhatfchance a poor Oman Chas ih towntell him thetrud1TeIlhimthe poor man is the only man whp has a chance And that is no joke Show him the Beautiful hmesof ilia mn who coma here with a capital oi working hands end thnklag brains Tell him tha sto of themanwho tWiiAases T l him rtMu- i ik tJ i there should be a law compelling the poor man to give the rich man a chance It was the penniless boys like John Rockefeller Andrew Car negie Phil Armour and that class sonsIOfdette Merchant Manufacturer r- f Sunflower Philosopher A church member is regarded las liberal if he hasa goodmany friends among the sinners You are not fair to your feet if your shoes have to be broken in before they are comfortable People no longer believe in witchcraft but you can readily thinkofanyone who hasnt some Other foolishnotion If you are knocked out dont give up too easily Look your self over there is another fight in you if you will cut your fool ways yourall the time as much as they watch a candidate during a cam paign The only safe course is to be careful every day Young people cant appreciate that those who have things spert years in getting them and that nearly everyone who has many has age with it While women are the greatest churchgoers we have observed that they are more likely to dis cuss hats than the sermon when they return No man who does tdmore work than his wife can hope to make a big success in life Ever know a really successful man whose wife worked as hard as he didGive a dog a lot of kitchen- S r ps on a plate and after licking up everything before him he will lick the bottom of the plate It is a waste of time to J wash a plate after a dog has eaten off it When a man has a hearted ar gum n with his wife and pres ents his side of the case in what the believes to be a perfectly fair way she Says Pd be ashamed As though no Real Man would say such a thing to a lady I6ntail n1rne I bQr u t to borrow xi The doorsIf ty e rpuidr fJ r f J I HI THE ADAIR GOUNIT NEWS 3 1 II j Program l The following is the program of the Musical Association to be- Held at Wellfare church in Russell county three miles from ty Russell Springs the 2nd Sun day in December 1910 900 a m House called to order 1 Song led yFJ Hughes 3 Welcome address Loren Phelps 3 Response Rev I M 4Grimsley 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 andA- G Coffey 7 How teach music notation Ben H Berton and StewartRex roat 8 What are measures and how represented John Burton Taylor Sullivan and Edgar Cof fey 9 Songs by Taylor Sullivan 10 What is the purpose of changing the measure in a piece of music Denny Grimsley and Joe Kerns 11 Explain intrivals Cortez McKinley and Rucker P Grims ley 12 Solo James Kerns 13 Explain the different forms of the minor scale Ruel Cabbell and John Johnson 14 Rule to find key note in II any key Ambros Smith and Cortez Bryant 15 Repeat signs F JHughes Every teacher will please furnish a solo or quartet If your names do not appear on the program do not be offended but come and take part in the discussions Emma McGaha Assistant Seey Kentucky News I The Abner murder case from Breathitt county was continued in the Bourbon Circuit Court at Paris until December 7 Merrit Collins aged seventy seven years a Confederate veteran died suddenly at Versailles of PneumouiaI Henderson Camp of Modern Woodmen of America adcpted a class of over 200 candidates- N E Calmes of Marion has acquired the Lyon County Herald at Eddyville andidatefat Murray Monday A requisition was issued by Gov Willson for the return to this State of Watson Cheaney who is now under arrest in Terre Haute He is wanted in Hen rl derson on a charge of breaking l iuto a store The Department of Education has begun mailing put to every teacher in the Statecopies of the Library Bulletin This bulletin jgiven a list of the 1000 best fj Ii0oks adopted to use in school jliiraries i arrEden a student at Tran rtyariia University narrowly scaped being killed by the x- plion la gasoline pressing mb room at the universit- y4toitory Lexington j tV i ijfljoriipc W Wilson lftof Jjexing c TWnjtiikx Breeders Asso ion1S- t a dismidring i dt L 1 k valued at SOOin the lavatory of a Pullman car while returning on a train from New York W E Roberts of West Point found a valuable pearl in a dish of fried oysters Green A Parker aged sixty six years a Federal vet rndied at Lexington Saved Prom Awful How an appalling calamity is his fam fly was prevented is told by A D Mc Donald of Fayetteville N G RF D No8 My sister had consumption he writes she was very thin and pale had no appetite and seemed to grow weaker every day as all remedies failed till Dr Kings New Discovery was triw edand so completely cured her that she has not been troubled with a cough since Its the best medicine I ever saw or heard of For coughs colds la grippe asthma croup hemorrhagaall bronchial troubles it has no equals 50c 100j Trial 1ttle free Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co- Uigt1Iand t Philosophy By James Harrison Eads A mans thoughts may reach to the stars while he remains in a mudhole Because a woman has captivated the populace is no proof that she is an angel Some men will swear to the highest friendship even to the end then stab you in the dark Many people are your best friends for further consideration t In the business world today friendship is measured according to its cash value Many love affairs are concentrated on bank accounts It may be a contract of honor but either party will break the honor to make a dollar on the contractSome marriages may be affairs of the heart but many of them have pocketbooks hanging to them Much is said of a mothers love because she hangs on and little of the fathers love because he furnishes the means Patriotism should begin in the home then it will reach out and cover the land but patriotism that begins in the army never re turns home Selflove takes hold on a manSf whole being and if indulged will destroy all good will toward others The p verbal snake in the grass has turned to a serpentin- everydaylife If men would turn from the effect to the cause they would more clearly see how to correct many evils If you would ever have listen ing ears and closed lips this world would be much better All open mouths must touch re sponsive chords cr they will close I iWomanly Wisdom Sbme people grumble because the rose has thorns they ought to be thankful that thorns have roses Bring the soul into command and mike the body obey orders Cook prunes by pouring boil ling water over them and letting them stand on the back of the stove a few hours Dont make ginger cookies arid then hide the jar Nobody ever hid a cooky jar where a Boy could riot find it I find turkey fat after it has been tried put a splendid zub stitujf for1butter lri making cook M orieu1tE fJ 11fi iv 1 4l1f kh ptiak i Good Road Items J Last New Jersey spent mre than 000000 in repairing her roads J Escambia county FlaM js in vestigating the cost and advan tages 9fshellroads Spain is planning a cJ r c uit highway 1674 miles long to host 1440000 I There is a movement i on foot in Iowa to spend the hunters license fund frroad improvement Of the 2100000 miles of pub lie road in the United States 44 000 miles rank as first class Williamson county Texas will spend 200000 in the construction of sixty miles of gravel road The Boys Booster Club of Iron county Mo has the honor of being the firs company of good roads soldiers in Missouri Citizens of Franklinton La have asked for a per capita in their parish of 1 on each male between sixteen and fifty for good roads The Automobile Club of Indi ana is offering 300 in cash prizes t 0 the roadsupervisors who make the best showing in keeping up their roads White sulphite waste a by product in the manufacture of wood pulp is being used in parts of New York to make a road surface The experiment is be ing watched with interest Euds Winters Troubles To many winter is a season of trouble The frost bitten toes and fingers chap pM handa and lips chilblains cold sores red and rough skins prove this But such troubles fly before Bucklens Arnica Salve A trial convinces Great est healer of Burns Boils Piles Cuts Sores Eczema and Sprains Only 25c at Paull Drug Co Kentucky News Adam Rhell was held tp an swer at Cynthia a on the charge of attempting to poison his parents by placing poison in a cis tern Mrs Katherine Smith and Mrs Alice Caldwell prominent women of Paducah are dead Northwestern Kentucky is suf fering considerably from the con tinued drought Jesse Bonar aged 17 years was accidently shot by a corn panion while preparing to start on hunting trip Mrs Rosa Street was giving a 5500 verdict against the Land N Railroad at Elizabethtown for the killing of her husband at Upton Capt JV Foster a Civil war veteran died in Bullitt county J T Alexander aged 50 years died of heart trouble at Cadiz Horace nasf a g e d JxO years d ie4 of paralysis at Princeton The necessary amout to complete the 45000 fund for the model school at Lexington was raised by public subscription v Gruels are more tempting to the sick if whipped to a froth with an eggbeater and served in a pretty dainty cup When your stocking feet are past mending cut off the legs tor bags tQ I1It over the broom when wiping walls or floorsv lithe neck of a sweater be- cOmes stretched too loose from Wea1n shrink it by dippinig it in c1 yTfiniijJto dry liz rj Ii n lit Qf1 5 5 l Out of the Ginger Jar A fat fee makes a lean client A sitting hen is in no fear of the roasting pat A leaning gate is an indication lazy owner IOfa end of an argument is better than either sidof it Some women marry for love while not a few marry for ali mony When it comes to the pinch there is something to be said for the lobsterjThe rolling stoi1ehasnt time to gather moss on roads frequented by automobiles A sens of humor is useful to man but a sence of honor will get him much farther saysIthingsdare say to his cook It takes nine tailors to make a man but one woman can easily make a goose of a man The gasoline engine serves a very useful purpose but do not expect it to run the whole farm The days are shortest in De cember andsoare a good many men say along about the twen tyfifth Bogus counts sometimes win American girls and bogus counts quite frequently win elections Three barleycorns make an inch so the table says and three drinks of barley juce sometimes make a riot The riddle of the sphinx may be unfathomable but anybody can understand the coal riddle at a glanceMr is hereby inform ed in response to his lnquirythat wrinkles on a cows horn are not caused by trouble or worry I Wyandotte I am feelingvery uncomfortable MiorcaWhat ever is the matter Wyandotte MMy pinferthers are sticking me Many aman who almost has a fit when his wife pays 5 for a bonnett will think nothing of spending as much for a box of cigars with which to pollute the atmosphere From December Farm Journal j Pavement Philosophy- Go early and youll get in the rushLow cut gowns are not that way in price Some captains of industry are merely pirates how women who cant wear high heels detest them Misfortune 0 ve r ta k e s the speeders rather than the plod ders Skeletons inmost closets are too well kept and aired t A Watched pot never boils Wtatchrdpes The average farmers boy isnrt looking f o r anyI hayday ofyouth 2 There are other fish besides the biggest ones that get away but you never hear of them Souvenier rl1ntersaJ1ds40p lifting are more closely related than first cousins Streetcars are always too fist or toO slow for some di the pas serjigers lift have two trintto yoiI bow but have an extra one in your pockt ilt2i t9 te p c li I IM HHIIi i Stocks 9 Tip the Acme of E f lIencJ 1 New Fall CarpetsI I i 1 v Rugs and Wall Paper I 1 iv resKqwn in many representative styles Low prices ares linked VS i to good qualities making trading here absolutely safe and saving i Special inducements in Tulaid Lmo earns 150 grades per square Xv yardI 0 6 patterns Plenty of eachand every yard Jos fjfc ildCosfirst grade r il Hubbuch Bros Wellendorffi t I 522 524 W Market M Louisville Kntucky 1 L 1 J FRANK CORCORAN Jy WI HighGrade r Marble 9 Granite Cemetery work IT of all kind v W i Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and l ladjoining counties + W Main Lebanon KW i t i Columbia Ditrictlst Round Campbellsville Sta Dec 34 Mannsville Merrlmac Dec 5 Casey Creek Christian church Dec 6 Cane Valley Dec 7 Gradyville Picketts Church Dec 1011 Columbia and Tabor Dec 1112 Temple Hill Dec 1718 Tompkinsville Dec 2021 West Tompkinsville Fountain I Run Dec 2425 TL H lsePE 1 t Columbia Ky his credit He isnt a wolf in sheeps clothing It onlytakes two to make a quarrel but they are bou dlto get athird party into It if its possible You have reasonsfor disliking f some people but for the life of you you cant see why they dis like you Free Liver Remedy It is eito stop a physical ail ment at the first signs of its approach and that is especially true of liver trouble which can give rise to so many serious complications Many have liver trouble and imagine it is indigestion and hence take the wrong remedyI sufficientandbowelsin harmony Then comes the sallow complexion the pimply face the dull pain in the forehead the thinning 00 sensibleayCttldwcllsSyrup activityAmong many thousands who have written the doctor about the results achieved with his remedy and who are glad to make the facts public so thatothers can help themselves are Mr Jaa ALaothers startedtheIf you will send your name and address Youecan alec obtain a free trial bottle bieIstriedItYOt your druggist at fifty cents and IssutflclentCorntolrcaUtartlctabttrtsonly do good for the time being yrup ispaa1ti peclfllly go 3d for all those who can net stand a violent purgative pleasedtod6eire for yourself or family pertainiac tQM stomach liver or bowels absOlutely nyourcUeJnla1ett yourflothdoog44ssssw budog OIItIIIoJJI i 2 Set before t 5 Iyou buy Street 7 TilE LOUISVILLE r TIMES I Iy 1910fBRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER THEIREGULAR PRICE OF TilE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS 500 A YEAR If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET TilE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I AND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES I BOTH ONE YEAR M ONLY 45Q fTHE LOUSVXqErM is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere Has the lest corps of corres pondents Covers the Kentiickwfield plerX1 i completely fectly Coversthe eeitJlj e ih Ha the best and f llest mar f kets reports 5 DEMOCRATLClnpoliti sptitjt k iairtoeverib1y f 1 j 1JtmNT i fi TO ThIS Pm hot tofJ r LoukrUl l AI tt1 4 r4 I in r t 17 v i 0 1I I kJji 4 s TAE AlIAIR CCLhTY hLRSr i 4j X AA ROOIJWIY KEW J Published Every Wednesday THE it Adair County News Company y INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democraticnewspaper devoted to the in terest of the City of Qolumbia and the peop4- xet Adair auduidjaceiit counties Entered at the Columbia Postofllce as second class mail matter WED DEO 7 1910 A few Democratic papers in the State aud as many as one Republican paper have publish ed articles urging that the next Congress refuse to seat Caleb Powers claiming that his moral record does not entitle him toa seat 1n the national House of Representatives that he would have no influence and would be snubbed upon all occasions That may be so but that is not a cause for refusing to seat him He was fairly nominated by the Republicans o f the Eleventh Kentucky district and he was elected at the November election j by over 9000 majority He has been given a certificate of his election and is therefore the ch iceof the Republicans in said district for the position her sought They have made him their Representative by their votes and we believe that the Wishes of his supporters should be carried into effect Further more we believe that to refuse to seat him would work detrimental to the Democratic party in Kentucky We think the Republicans of this district made a great mistake in nominating and electing Mr Powers We were bitterly opposed to his election and had we been called upon a thing not likely to have occurred to have made a choice between him and any other Republican in the district we would have favored the other Dan But the die has been cast and the child named and we are in favor of the Republicans of the district training it up to their liking The Democratic party can not be damaged by any measure that ItCongressterm There has never been so much interest manifested in building substantial public roads through out the country as in the year now nearing its close and int manyv sections much has been iaccomplished Wise county JVirginm has just voted a bond issue of 700000 for the build ing of macadam roads and the p proposition was overwhelmingly sustained Scott county is to- voteon a 300000 bond issue next a jnoiith while Lee county engages dna similar fight for the same in- three o r four Magisterial distracts In both counties the sentiment is strong in favor of the proposition In fact there are many counties in the State tak l ing this means of buildnghigh class rods which will gradually 4cxtend throughout its length and breadth The interest in Vir vgmia is largely due to the ineth- o3i iiied by the State officials wIt6jlave pushed the good roads J pi ftitio for the Jaat four pr Vttl btnltiIng tJrQ leain each county as an pb eiDrt iiirta ire beavkggec frtii tl will Wtin mtich gocxi y U yell U to popl f dLIIIt r t ti to jti f 4 ya who will retfeiveia direct benefit- Kentucky jte andlHespecialiy its Southern tier of counties have indulged in spasmodic attempts to arouse ha sentiment in favor ofsubstantial roads but nowhere has the Fspasrn been o- sufficientalength f Ito bring good results W e talk good road building we meet and resolve but donothing This State could wel l afford to build two or three miles of road in every count tha has no macadam highways and in sg doing would develop a sentiment and determinationthat would almost change the face o the country within the next t de cade Adair county is able to builda hundred miles of road in ten years and would do it if the people were united and deter mined Scarcely a county in the State is doing any thing to better conditions outside of the cities wonIder inIholes for paved streets and no sensible man can blame them We need the roads we need the developmentof the country far more than we need crowded cities The brain muscle and energy that leaves the old farm because o f its inconveniehcies would soon make it a garden spot anda profitable pleasant location if there was a solidroad along its border We ought to count the cost of doing nothing and then get busy The News would heartily endorse a bond issue to build one hundred miles in Adair county The 4acould be done the better it would be The Corbin Tmes of Dec 2nd contains agr brief biography of YSrathe high esteem in whichr he was held by the good people of Cor bin His death occurred November the 26th and burial services were conducted by the Elks Masons and Odd Fellows of which he was an active member Mr Maynor was a true Virginia gentleman and no bigger hearted ever lived True friend to principles upright in conduct and hones in life he left as many friends as his broadI acquaintance had made yer of good ability he was therefore a busy man But for his slight acquaintance in this section we only make the brief statement of his death Many days have we spent together and he seemed almost as a brother His death comes as a sad sur rise but we feel that his noble hearted living and faith in hisi Savior have transplanted him inj to that City whose builder and maker is God Congress will convene today Democrats are now in chrage of Chicago and Cook county IIL after being out fourteen years The following is official vote in the Eleventh district at the November election cal bower 25622 Elza Bertram 16357 S V Brents Socialist 387 Gen Diaz took the oath ot office as President of the Jlftpub lye of Mexico for the eightHrthne last Thursday On account of revol1s i n the eounM 1b w guratioii plt i w tioj 6fe carried t jZf i t I There t 1t qni th TennesseeAi SC election will not be canvassep untilthe 12th of this month The Denjocrats claimthat on the final countthey will control the Leg islature and will elect a United States Senator Friends of Mark Twain who cametnear being born in Colum to his memory j at Carnegie Hall New York last Henryy Watterson Congressman Champ Clarkand Uncle Jo Canno- were among the speakers fAugust Rope who defrauded the Louisville Fidility Trust Company out of more than one million dollars confessed Tuesday of last week and was sentenced to the penitentiary from eight to sigh teen years unless he is pardoned by the Governor ISuit has been brought in Louisville to throw the National Life Insurance Company into the hands of a receiver The Insurance Commissioners of the four States in which the company has been doing business and expert accountants are now going over the books The Conference of Governors Iat Frankfort was a great honor the Capital city and also to the State in general Ideas touching State government were advanced and it is expected that much good willresult from the meeting From Frankfort thej Governors visited Louisville andf in the two cities they were royal y entertained Russell Springs Miss Martha Murrayof Sewell ton is visiting friends and relatives her this week Workon the new M E church will begin next Monday f Mr Arthur Stanton is erecting anew livery and feed barn on his lot near the Baptist churchThe Colorado Grant Show has been attracting great crowns every night Mr Orvill Holt of Sewellton is here to attend school this winter town has been fullyof IThe for the past week Dr Harris Mrs Ermine Wilson Misses Geneva and Rena Stephen accompanied Miss Mar ha Murray home Saturday anp remained over Sunday Mr Vernon Holt of Jamestown was in our town Friday having some dental work done Mr and Mrs Rounds enter tained one day this week in honor Miss Murray Those present ilsonMiSSIMartha Mr John Womack is improv ing his stock of goods Mrs Ida Payne has been vis iting at her old home fo1i past week Our merchadts are daily re ceiving their Christmas c ndiB etcA little four yearold onM MrandMrs Leslie Loy Awai t l bhrredr here Thanksgiving day itif ji It r14W crrY Is eti JJ I ttanti y 1imio h u MZ j ii H f Srh fI us t fS 1Sk AV Iv lSlI 7K 7K 7K7K I 7K iK 7Jiillm71 S82f1 f 71JIv t71 5 Preparatory V For 7 v j Colleges Ratedas An71 K By 71 1 Association E Of Kentucky IE College17 J KJ L Spring Term opens Tuesday January 3 1911 R Talk to some one who has been here w Thorough work little expense Engage room at once E For Catalogue address nm NEILSON f MOSS Columbia Ky nc VWVV I WV uSiC v ii vu w ci wi7i nIm iCmnnnmm 71I Mr S P Taylor and family spent Saturday night and Stir day with J A Darnell and family Mr and Mrs J W Pierce spent Sundav at Mrs Lou Loys t Mr Rollin Johnsonj wife and little son Lile were visiting theI formers brother Mr Edd J and family of Glensfork Sat urday night and Sunday Mr G G Morrison wife and little son Jesse were visiting theI family of Mr Tom Epperson of Montpelier Saturday night and Sunday The pie supper at Mr Robert Prices Thanksgiving Tiight was largely attended and enjoyed by all present Mrs Johnie Young and Misses Rosa Young and Annie Strange of Fairplay were shoppngrat Gadberry Saturday Messrs Robt Johnson and Martin Franklin made business trip to Columbia Monday Mr Hollis Mbrrison was the pleasant guest of Mr Martin Franklin Sunday Pettisfork defeated Gadberry at Gadberry last Saturday afternoon the score standing 9 to 8 This will probably be the ltgame at this place as it isgetting most too cold Mr R T Gadberry and family were visiting atMrZ LBen netts Sunday Sugar Grove Most of our people arethrough gathering corn of our farmers have ISeveral their tobacco to Glasgow and they report the market very low MrsMandyDishm3Jl is still in very low state of health sicek forseveraCdays Miss Lela Thomas has ben sick for the past few days but is better at 5 ntt eHr Clarence Alexander is all smiles over the arrival of big girl at his home lV sagirIat MrRommie Needham V Ernest pirrll IttlUbaby t very rbadly iwti b oak rod rocking ebb fegiMk ftorar i rr IEd Garrett has moved intohis residence on Big Renox WinfreyEd has moved down Ion his farm he bought from Jim Jones on Big Renox He will build new houseright soon Ulis Garrett has gone to Glas gow to spend the winter with uncle William Hester Old uncle Charlie Shive of Caseys Fork has been quite sick for several days He is close to ninety years old- Kentucky 4 Crops The State Department of Agriculture has issued its final report for the year 1910 In most particulars is encourpging snowing the yield and present condition of crops to be satisfactory as compared with previous years The long dry fall has furnished ideal weather for gathering corn but the reports quantitiesgoUi condition On account of the dry weather wheat and rye in some instances have not germinated well The acreage compars favorably with that of last year The condition of fall pasture is good The acreage of alfalfa is small Ken tucky farmers evidently being slow to take to the growing of this remunerative product Some counties however report an in crease in acreage which indi cotes that those who have tried alfalfa raising are making the business sufficiently profitable to continue the experiment Some splendid yields of corn have been reported to the department Some run as high as bushels to the acre but taking the State as whole the average yield is only twenty seven bushels In its reportsthe departmentdividesthe State in to five districts The highest average of any districts is thirty two bushels and the lowest is nineteen bushels There il no doubt that the average yield to the acre in Indiana in 1909 wa- sbushelsfrty in Illinois thirty fiVe in QfciQ thirtynih jI West Virginia thirtypfe The are neighboring State8rikl ere fie 1n rt dti i la Boil as vd afcbotmt for tSe apirH In yJeldi That ft k not t tiirtion of toil bat of eeth- t Normal IE iBusiness n Expression X Music v Art E v f5K3K 1 v v f 1 f t f 1 K a a a s f a a a t a a J f c r DRUGS DRUGS The following list of Drugs at Russells Grocery for less than Wholesale cost Chamberlains C C D Remedy 55c size 15o Black Draught 25c size 15c Dr Porters Healing Oil 2c size 15c 50c 30c 10055cL- iquid Veneer 50c size 35c Pains Celery Compound St 00 size 65c Golden Med Dis Si 00 size G5e Rat BisKit 15c size 9c Rough on Rats 15 size 9c Forays Honey S Tar 25c size lay Ozomulslon Si 00 size 65c Mrs Winslows Soothing Syrup 25 size C- St Jacobs Oil 23c size 15c Karls Clover Root 25c size 15c 5Oc 30c Classes Cough Syaup 25c size 15c Ayers Cherry Pectorlal 100 size 63c German Cough Syrup 5c size 15c Batomans Pectoral Drops lOc size Gc Melvina Lotion 50c size 25c Capadlne Headache Drops 50c slzejc Household Syringes half price ods is manifested from the fact that in all the older States of New England the tern yield per acre is greater than that of Ken tuckyIt d be no difficult m titer to raise the average of corn yield in Kentucky All that is necessary to do so is to supplant antiquated methods with upto date farming Courier Journal I Ill Take What Father Takes There is a story told of a father who took his little boy one morning into the city where h e transacted his business When noon came he took his boy t o a restaurant where he often had lunch The waiter on receiving the order knowing that it was the fathers custom to have a bottle of wine asked the boy what he would take to drink The boy replied uIll- take what father takes IThe father realizing theV seriousness o f th e situation vvquietly beckoned the waiter and countermanded the order ij j Saved Prom wful k h How an appalling calamity ii fiis famt ily was prevented M told by A EU Mc A r Donald of FayittisviH NC1i Fi D- No8uJyIy sister had consumption iie wte she was very thin clad Pile had no appetite and seemed fcgcow weakN1 every dayaear n rfj4 ifaii d till Dr Kings New Di esvirywutriredand so completely otral bi tbitt ih bu not b4en trcwbMtfSrffch I oouk tWM bet jf 1t c W1i 47or wuercMIp h DllIla TTh tott VwsH Dnf ao i f I iS i 4 TI- n I s r JJ j d i j TtIEAIJAIR COUNTY NEWS 5rl P RS a rr rrrx3ti uJs xx e Mr 31 D Sharp Amandaville was here MondayI rR F Rowe Amandaville7 was in Columbia last FridayfMr D DWilsonweUknown travelI hisjmotherMrEW Reed has been confined to his room for the past weekj Mr Walter Ingram made a business trip to Knifley last Thursday Mr C I Medaris and Mr U T Sel by were here from Russell countyJVIpn day Mr Rollinp3rowning wife aachild ren visited in Columbia the first of the weekMessrs GB Cheatham andD Cobb of MilJtown were here county court Mf L 0 Phelps and wife James town here shopping in Columbia last SaturdayMrs A Smith and her little sonI of Monticeilo are visiting ColumbiaAn child of Mr and Mrs Jo Williams Montpelier was reported dangerously sill a few days ago Mr Geo H Gowdy cashier of the Taylor County National Bank was here the first day of the monthIMr Robert Ingram Russell Springs Bank and Mr J H Warmack were here last Manday Hines the little two year old child of betterk Mr and Mrs J A English who was Dr Garlin Grissom vho has been confined to Iris room for two weeks is reported improving He has bilious fey r- Capt Gteo Nell has been confined to his room for the past ten days He a tropes to be out when the weather moderates i Messrs R K and Marvin Young and J E Flowers spent a few days hunting in Cumberland county last week They killed over 100 birds t Mr James Cole of Bakerton was here Monday and paid his respectsto the News He is a substantial friend and we are always glad to see him Mr Cleo Sherrill and wife who visit ed Mr SherrilPs parents and other rela tives in the Gradyville country return ed to their home in Lebanon last ThursdayMr Waggener left for Louisville this morning and next week he will be at Joilet Ill and will attend the convention of salesmen ot Barklow Co calander Gerlachf Dr JH Grady who has been in poor health for several months left last Friday for Elizabethtown he will visit his daughter Mrs whereI McKay with the hope that the will be beneficial to him His many friends here trust that he may be com pletely restored to health Additional Locals Be Merry Let joy reign Let care go to the logs Throw forebodings to thewinds Christmas comes but once a year Let the young folks enjoy it to the Let the old folks stop their fullI about rheumatism for that day at and remember the time when they too were young Let the little stockings be filled and let us all bear with equanimity the blowing on toy trumpets and the tooting on mouth organs and the drumming on sixpennyhalfpenny drums which are sure to follow The boys can be boys but once and what is a boy if he cannot make a noise And so the years goon and one Christmas follows another and we eat and drink and are merry we greet our friends and we part with them and our lives march along and through faith in the sacrifice which our Christmas day commemorates we look for ward to a more perfect Christmas when the guests shall gather in the Fathers house j t farm For Sale Having bought land at Montpelier I o desire tosell my farm at Esto Ky containingl40 acres Good seven room house two good barns good orchard good spring tenant house and all nec essry outbuildings 50 acres good tim ber Willio n easy terms Come and Tee it tcta you nothing Jo- look would sell the land without the trCallon or address W Gr4d r Itpe1ier Ey f jl DOll G LP rryraah wa in towa a i f dy ago Ste called at lt News j acd informed us that lie was a rtididaU to re reant Cumberland and Adair Sa t1 t lower B04IMof alit ne- xtGPI At BWa d that has formal i 1fJ 1Itt1 iIlatir l i1N1Theforget their less fortunate neighbors Christmas tune Usually a committee has been appointed from each Church whose duty it has been to make inquiry about the poor and the same should be done this year and if any are found who are not able to supply their children 3h1pd11Columbia The only way to win the piano is to hustle for votes Do not wait until aIcandidatevhas received 40 000 or 50000 before you commence to make your fight Start with the procession and keep with it v FREE Candy Thatis Candy Thirty pounds of Bon Bon given awI Tickets onevery 15 cents purchase at the store of Hugh Richardson who keeps a full line of fancy and stap e groceries Honesty is his motto 42t The Annex to the Methodist church is being furnished this week A stove has been put in the sliding doors fixeIthe carpet has been ordered probably be put down by Sunday Mrs McFarland has kindly furnished an organ This room will be used especially for the Epworth League prayer meeting and all the smaller gatherings of the church IL rene a daughter of Mr Tom Hurt v lives near Esto Russell county has been very unfortunate in the last few years Some time ago she got one of her legs broken twice and one night last week she returning from Church and while getting over a fence got the other limb badly broken Regardless of the fact that the past 11thispressing work This is not due to idle ness or indifference but to more work undertaken and accomplished Fenc ing building and various improvments have been general A daughter dK Mr Jacob McFarland Rowena is lying very low with double pneumonia Mr Wiley Long same place who is afflicted with appendicitis is reported some better Miss Hulda McFarland who is a student in the Lindsey Wilson has been called home on account of the illness of the first named in this notice x Col L H Rousseau who was well known to many people in Adair Rus sell and Metcalfe counties1died in Somerset Thursday He served in the Mexican war and was a Colonel in the Federal army during the civil war He was 82 years old 11II represent one of the best Companies in the world I am on the Columbia square every Monday Call and see my goods and get my prices Jno R Grant 1Dir J W Jones who bought a farm in this county near Glenville removed lastIzen and has a very interesting family of sons and daughters anda fine lady for a wife Adair county is glad to have such people come into her midst FOXES WANTED IGrerand Red Foxes 200 to 250 t00iAnd Express J firstjletterW T HODGEN 232j Ky Mr Clarence Hin man who recently removed from Gradyville to hiSfarm on Burtons ridge two miles from Columbia received a hearty welcome andI he and family are happy rand content with their surroundings Go to W H Wilsons store and seethe big stick of candy I It weighs 25 pounds Every 25 cents worth of goods sold for cash gives the holder of a mmcnseIss J N NorriSj Son Co of New York have opened up aprpduceloulile- in Columbia with HA raager and will pay the hig t price for poultry and eggs Location backof Jeffries Hardware store Give us a call 42t If you want good results from your cut win fodder better have it cut or shreded One shock cut is worthabout yarditterdobJedf m H lasr ordr4d and ia nor receiving a yHyJar itock 6f Ciariit t mM ppli Jill kinds of tey a l o1 eruticlefssitar ot firfir t- iJ t r 1 r t0V a i t 4 F 1 Rwt Notice- The bargains atw LWaers this Iweek 18 Ibs standard granulated sugar f 6 cakes big deal soap 25 tU5 white washer soap gDarkiDress and apron gingham 5c yd UCalicoes assorted colors 5c yd Men Women and childrens under wear 25c a PiecerMen Women and childrens sweater coats 50c White cotten Blankets 60c Boys odd pants 25c and pairIAnd my stock is full of Bargains in accordance with the above IEighteen days until Christmas ISelect your present You will have it to buy IYou can get everything you want for the children at the store of W H Wil jsOD 42t IThe young people of Columbia are anticipating great times during the fiiholidays IIIthatground IThe W F M Sand the W H M will meet at 230 oclock Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist Church IThe prospects for a bumper wheati crop in this section is out of s wheat is still in the ground not upi Ilmbia theIIIThe Stewards of the Methodist church called to meet at 7 oclock Wednes S day night at the church f IMiss Kittie Smith has removed from her residence in this place to a small k farm she recently purchased lying along side the pike near Coburg IR L has secured the MagaIIzinea special proposition to offer Mr JE Garnett a former citizen p of Adair county has been elected Sher gj athatyears J IAccording to the 1910 census the ulation of Kentucky is 2289902 again a142721 or 66 per cent over 1900 The ti1iIIiMonday was county court and business awas reasonably good during the day Many people were in town chasing Christmas supplies and a purImules and horses changed hands Iin1900 it was 654 a gain of about 55 per tceptCountingthe people who live towns people our apopulation is clost to 1500 ilLATTLEIShipping steer Beef steers 300500 Fat heifers and cows 3004 50 iiCannersBulls 250410 Feeders i 3254 85 fIStockers 65rChoice milch cowSu 35004500 Common to fair cows 15003500 HOGS Choice 165 to 200 F vi 7151 7151PigsSHEEP ANDJLAMBS IBest Iambs C ri af 55 c 11CUllSPnL Wh tooo M oJ25Corn M0 LOO 0 r 1Local r Market lfiI alMarketIgiv Cocks v S Turktys 4ri tl v 11 to 13 g l s i b Wool clear z 20 iWool warf1 281030 Wreal 1 1d 3 ftoni Teat Cri X i0 to e ijr tJ J t tt R n 1 Jrc Piano Contest 1 4 yWi now WOULD THIS LOOK IN YOUR HOUSE IIIt is a 35000 Piano Yours for Nothing Want this Piano litIt belongs to the person receiving the greatest number of votes in our FIRST VOTING CONTEST Fill out the Coupon below and nominate yourself or a friend It will cost you nothing or the friend nothing Act quickly 133000 In PrizesFive Krause Piano Prizes IIFIRST PRIZE to the person receiving the highest numberJof votes a Krause Grand Piano worth 35000 SECOND PRIZE a due bill for 26000 to apply as part m1 payment on a Krause Grand Piano IEijj Each candidate will have Five Chances to qualify for a r Piano Prize i HOW TO OBTAIN VOTES Make your purchases at Russell Cos Store and get your friends to do likewise Every dollar purchased in general stock means 200 Votes Every dolImrt1lIar spent in their NeV J elry Department means 625 Votes Every dollar paid into the News office either as a new subscriber or re newal gets 1000 votes Also every dollar paid on accounts at the News office t votes for each ollarpaid I10UO BALLOT BOX OPEN Illand sample Price Piano on exhibition in our Bargain Department Contest offcirally opens with this announcement and will run without interruption until April 1 1911 Watch this paper for further announcements i IiilWho do You Think Ought to Have the Planoif l Fill out the Coupon and send it in It will not cost you anything and will count 1000 votes for your Candidate v IJCOUPON Au 4I1 Jj4Iij Tvotefor e KRAUSE PIANO CONTEST jgI IIFINE CHANCE FOR YOUNG MUSICIANS The Adair County News and Russell Co start Unique Joint Adve tisIiing Campaign Thirteen hundred and Thirty dollars worth of Standard 1910a Krause Instruments for the five ladies married or single who can prove by vote that JIJthey are the most popular of their sex In this section of Kentucky youngladiesi possessing musical fWi s by every young a lady who does not own an instrument a K Five elegant pianos for the 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 andwill run without interruption until April 1st Nomination lists however are open- until January 1st 1911IThe Adair County News and Russell Co are jointly offering prizes for the purpose of advertising and want the cooperation every and active young lady in this locality for the purpose of collecting coupon theseIfor themselves or other entered candIdates Official nomination of any candidate can be made by means of ballot A which appears elsewhere in this issue The candidates name writ 1plainly on this ballot and maljed or delivered to the Contest Manager at Russell Gos Store is all that S necessary to officially enter the candidate of f tJ your choice Contest Manager S Ray Conover JM Each candidate nominated will be started with 1000 votes to her credit Voting Coupons ytha value of from 25 to 1000 votes will appear regularity in every issue of paper Watch for them and save them for your candidate 1ti TheAdair County News will give coupons good for 1000 votes for each f dollar turned in on new subscriptions and 1000 votes for each dollar turned in t obtainedfonor each dollar Russell Co ffrasan inducement to do your regular trading at their t store 200 votes for er dollar spent on their general stock 1000 votes will be given for every purchase of one dollar from established Viewer De riJ part ent200 votes for every dpllar paid on accounts Ballot Box now nand sample prize piano on view at Russell Gos t Store where you a etnVI iolnspectan4 try It If the instrument meets tithryour approval cast your for the young lady you would costeyounothmg Watch for Jl Il1rtic s in theiiext is sue of the News c c 1 t Ib t r 0 i1 f 11ilO i f iif It ij tI IF j J n J i H r nvit y f 1 j+ THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS r t I vlp t it t1ii X Attention i ij We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill y fll Stock ready for use A large assortment of Windows Doors Roofing Colonial Columns J tii r In fact we can furnish any part or all the i WoFany grade desired that is needed for Building or Repair work It will be to your Interest to inspect our Stock and Prices 71 i Sandusky Cot Columbia icy Jf zL1IL lC ww L iW v vwweiiw v t V wm I 71 i f f iicmaii m7K 7K iS in S Fifth Avenue Hotel 7f PIKE CAMPBELL MGR v r Refurnished Redecorated andar moded A Firstclass Hotel at Popu 31lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale n t z Retail Districts Churches and r 1 Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE sI mFIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS m 7N iLouisville Kentucky in 7n I Il 2 s7h n n n 1 FURSAND WEstabUshed1837 a1- Q i 0- ye HUGHES tCOMPA Ny BLINDS HIDESPRICE PAID FURS AND HIDES Write for price this ad J 0 Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns Porch Material Stair Work- Interior Finish Etc C 1 Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House Southfshipmenti I 1EL HUGHES C01I- NCORPORATED 1 r 4 e 211215 E Street- LOUISVILLE UG HARDWICX COCKE Pres DIETZMAN Set WTPyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 1889 i VIIIsLtWtIGj4TS ff2ACJ1IN1STS- h DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIKTeeNTHMftIN LOUTS ILLe SMOKESTACKS 1Sheet Iron and Tank Work H q4 JOBBING WORK SOLICITED Main KY p4 PresJ INCORPORATED JI All Kinds of Machinery Repaited Ok OJ O IF 9GET OUR PRICES O- VIGalvanized C iiJ BEFORE YOU Roofing BUY D our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleats aniCap Roofing Rut on like tin roof without any nails expOedandisbetter than any tin roof 0without any nails exposed and is better than any tin roof It will last a life e lane with outr painting We carry in stock V Crimp and Corrugated Iron t Roofing Grayel Rubber and all kinds of Paper Rooting 4 Dehler Brosrk- ctfastMa between OlI16 KYeLOUISVILLE i Lirlbd i45r k ly r b = i R t f jff General News I 1 An epidemic of pink eye at the Virginia Millitary Institute Lexington Va has necessitated the closing of the institution un til January the 4th The population of the State of Kansas is 1690949 according to the census of 1910 This is an increase of 15 per cent over 1900 The President has accepted an invitation to be the guest o I honor at the annual dinner of the Pennsylvania Society in New J York January 21st The population of San FrancisIt 74J130 or 216 per cent over 1900 Mrs Regina M Caw sister o diem= in Albany New York V The population of Maine is 742 371 an increase of 69 percent over 1900 WA boarding house keeper i rE New York who held the trun Jof one of his boarders for debt eight years ago has just opene c the trunk and found a human E skeleton in it Aworkman bearing the name Thomas Bridges fell from the High Bridge on the Cincinnati Southern railroad near Nicholas vine and was killed He fell 678 feet Count Leo Tolstoi the great Russian author is dead NowiNew 647 Elm St Buffalo N Y They cur sed me of chronic constipation when all others failed Unequaled for Bilious o ness Jaundice Indigestion Headache Chills Malaria and Debility 25c a Paull Drug Co 1Blasttn The Soil f The placing of a dynamite car tridge in the subsoil at each i place where an orchard tree is to be planted and exploded is not J a new idea I would not J such a course except in cases J where the subsoil is almost lik- s rock being very hard and not allowing the water to escape There are those who have at tempted to blast the entire sub soil but this has been found too expensive Where there isa lack of drainage owing to th hard substance beneath the soil we would advise drilling a hol as far down in the subsoil as possible and discharging th dynamite there hoping thus to produce better drainage CauI tion Get an expert to handle and discharge the eplosivet Farmers Home Journal Nut Trees Profitable Nut trees are also worthy the inmanyi profitable to the grower and easy Ito get started Blaek walnut chestnut hick ory and butternut trees are pr pagated by gathering the nuts i I the fall before they Have become dry and mixing them with a la er of dirt of a depth so that they will not freeze and planting in April in nicely prepared g as deep as the diameter of t- nuteither where they are to I grow or in a row in the garden inthe latter case they should be taken up the first winter arid buried beyOund trhe goat If onenaif of the taproots pruned before setting1 the ourff treeu thfejlaierai roots WJIIHP forth a m6r0 vigorous l tM are- make r oN to- wc g od KrYrT d iil tIL Brain Leaks i f He who yothinksEverybody loves a considerate winner v V There is no key to the door o opportunity Push Speaking ofeasy money isnti all easy to let go of jA lot of men are putting too much trust ina faulty equilibra ftor s Political dopesters usually be come woozy on their own con coctions Prayers may promote better works but it takes votes to win elections fAll the world loves a lover be cause the world enjoys an oppor turiity to laugh Many people who are in favor of good laws are opposed to their enforcement nthe man who bites at another mans game shouldnt complain baddSome men are credited with political sagacity who are mere ly possessors of political cunning A lot of people lost interest in reforms when the oppor tuhity to gratify appetite is threatened At any rate Philadelphia woke up long enough to make Chicago take the dust from Quaker heels I know a man who is unhappy writes Winifred Black ncelthenThe man who is always looking for the bright side may ofte hitconscience The employer who takes an i terest in the welfare of his e ployes is usually the employer most likely to have employes who take an interest in his business Lawe pegame law passed by the 1as Legislature has arisen in thisIcounty and probably in other counties especially as to setting traps and snares for rab bits and other game The act aned is as followst foer anyone to set a trap deadfall or tieferret upon the premises or pro or another without first curing the written consent of th owner of the premises or proper and anyone thus offendln shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be fined not less that 5 nor more than 25tHaving in possession game taught as set out in Section 1t shall be prima facie evidence of guilt as herein provided OneoFenr a o it Thats why he wants to help some himselfY he Backache Nervousness Loss of Appetite Lasei tudfc and Kidney disorders He shows that Electric Bitters work wonders for writehes and nearly Its also positivelyiguaJ rante d for jLiver Trouble JDyspepsia JSlood Disorders Female Complaints and Malaria Try them 50c at aull DruBCo Gumption on The Farm Never tr old to yearn reThe wages of fin is deiijfch ucceslii thstainN x h1m x fcA k J 1ryst t tTime may be money but the average man would rather give u two hours talk then lend you a Quarter He mortgaged the farm to se cityfw iff has the farm- Cultivate the friendship o every farm animal from the do to the horse The man who has not friends of this kind is riot apt tohave many elsewhere Tell you wife how well he cooking tastes and what good butcer she makes Lont envy the man who is riding around in an auto until you know how bighis mortgage is Now is a good time to nail loose boards on the barn and sheds and to replace broken glass in the windows If we would devote even on hour each Saturday morning to the little postponed fixing iip tasks how much we might add to the general appearance of thing When you want legal advice hunt up some man who would rather help you to keep out of trouble than to get you out after you are once in up to your knees Kind lady Im just merely trying to keep Soul and body to 8etherhe did look thin But the lady did neither smile nor weep As she handed the tramp asaftypin andIwoodchuch got in for he had a l thne thse skunk had to go home for he scentn tm0 draw up contracts agreements Imemberemploy pen and ink for this worknever use leadpencil adIpencilterased too easily and the amount or terms may be charged I pen and ink are not at hand when drawing up such papers use an indelible pencil A Long Island farmer heard noise one night and thinking the wagon spoke he wen out to investigate He discover ed that the wagon was tongue ed and that he had mere heard Long Island Sound Hear commotioe n near a not far thatgor went out to frighten them away by having the hickor bark The hickory failed but he found that dogwood succeed However it turned out to be simply an ocean squall In olden times the farm was a generalloafing place in the whi ter The farmer loafed at the store or smith shop the cows loafed in the stable as the milk pails proved the horses Iloafed and grew soft and fat in their f stalls and the very hens loafed on the rostwaitihg i6r spring before beginning to lay eggs A wonderful awakening has come t The modern farmer is on the job every day of the winter the cows are doing their tiest to provide plenty oi fiftycent butter and the cheerful cackle of the hens- on these bright days attests the fact that they are Inspired by the tiitwentiethtamake good at fortyfive nta s4doFromoe Ii r Farris Journal 1 t P iJ JIJikfIJjiitjj i L N Time Card In effect Monday Dec 31 1003 SOUTHBOUND QaAIN Lv LOUISVILLE Ax LEBANON io27 700am 942ai 49antpm pm No 21800 pm 1000 pm lo93 x30 pra AYNORTH BOUND- iRlN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLB 024548 am 750 ana 1015anfpm pr png732am 1015aa Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only WILMORE HOTEL WN OUILiJflORH Prop tf FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rat- esGBftDYUlLLG KY aWeVETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetin t Fjes Fistulo Pollevil Spavir or any sur gical work done at fairprices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Money due when work is done or stool removed from stables LOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILLE STREET Res Phone 29 Office Phone 405 Dr James Triplet Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK Dr Buiibar dentistOF- FICE FRONT ROOMS IN BUILDINGe KENTUCKYf Joseph H Stone At4LawaQ Will practice in countiestKentucky JONESYVeterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia Kentucky fffIrSpecial attention given toSDentlstry DIs- eases of the Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all other Diseases width visits Dumb Brutes OFFICE Located iu barn back of ITaH cock Hotel i 1heRr f Adairv County 4 r t NewsTaa hbAndc t 1J COurieNournline Year For 11 iD1 r I b 3- i f r fc I i 1jlP ag 2t h t L THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1J 11 Get WellTjf you are sick you wish to get well dont you Ofcourse you do You wish to be rid of the pain and misery and be happy again If your is caused by female trouble you can quickly get the right remedy to get well Its Cardui This great medicine for women has re lieved or cured thousands of ladies suffering like you from some female trouble TAKEt CARDUIr For Womens Ills Mrs Fannie Ellis of Foster Ark suffered agony for seven ti years Read her letter about Cardui She writes I was sick for seven years with female tlllbleEvery month I wouldvery nearly die with my head and back I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was cured Cardui is a Godsend to suffering women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES Gone to Rest t On the 23th of Nov the death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Leslie Loy and claimed for his own their little Vestal aged four years He was sick about two weeks before the end camebeing a victim of diptheria He leaves a father mother one sister and one brother to mourn JI their loss Little Vestal diedon the 23rd about nine oclock am and on the 24th about three he was laid to rest in the Russell Spring Cemetery Weep not parents for little Vestal is at rest He can never return to us but we can go to him if we only trust in Jesus he will take us to that beautiful sweet happy home where there will be no more sad partings Good bye mother I must leave you Ican no longer stay Jesus calls me to be with him 1 must go with him to dayp 0 dear mother will you meet me In that sweet land above Where therell be no more sad partings loverYes dear Vestal we will meet you Meet you on that heavenly shore There well shout and sing together 4 Where well part no never more Good bye father and dear sister Itisso hard to leave you here Good bye brother you must meet me For your company is so dear Good bye Grandpa and dear Grandma We will see each other here no more But for you Ill wait up yonder 0ri that bright and shining shore N4AFriend x Clara D Foley u r Obituaryjt The death of our friend and neighbor Mr Montgomery y which occurred on the 24 of Nov has cast a deep and lasting gloom r over this and adjoining counties il Although he had been confined J gto his bed for several weeks when the end came it seemed t CHAS WG BRID like the severing of strong cords and tender ties of love He had been a member of the Christian church for 27 years an Elder of the Mt Pleasant church and also a teacher in the Sunday school a zealous Christian a good neighbor kind in sickness generous and genial in disposition one whose loss will long be felt and whose place would be hard to fill All that medical skill and kindand friends could do to add to his comfort was done When he realized that he must go he called his little family around his bed and toe them not to grieve over his loss as he was ready to go that was well with his soul and he ha nothing to fear He leaves two brothers three sisters a wife and Woodson Montgomery the one he dearly loved the one of hi adoption together with a host o friends to mourn his loss But we feel assured from his pious Christian walk that our loss is his eteftial gain and that like the Poet he might have said I lay my body down to sleep Peace is the pillow for my head Angels keep Those watchfui station around my be Is there anything better for breakfast these cold mornings than fried mush or corn griddle cakes Dont let the miller grind the meal if heis tricky keep an eye on hi or you may mot get the me from your own corn We like to pick outnice sound ears clean and dry enough to grind well And when we shell them we leave about an inch of the tips on the cobs Then we like to get all the cob chaff out leavin nothing but the clean corn r Pickett Tobacco Warehouse y i INDEPENDENT t f j f AoBRJDOESt lr t irCorner Eighth and Main Streets Louisville ly IIO tfrfr A GESFour sympathizing Whilewenappointed toofineand 2i1jfCo COt PROPRIETORS r Months St ragefree t tI Gave us a trial We Guarantees to Please you r t lv Table supplied With the Best the Market A fforcls t f Meals 35e I C MILLEN HOUSE r Q MHLCN iCQ Pr j 1 3 on Rmilrpd Stone square dit of L fcM ffff Ubnont KtmG if i t1 fll 1ff011 H f l t 4 1 t 4tP Ji1 1rt c 1kJSi f r rt ilFI i i 7 9K irigo Born to the wife vofJ C y Royse on the 19th a boy Mrs J W McClister spent several days last week at the bedside ofher father Mr Char les Bennett of Fairplay commu nity Mr Bennett is very low with paralysis and js not expect ed to recover Born to the wife of Qlaudy Stotts on the 2ist a girl Misses Geliza Wilson and Pol ly Harvey of t1e Gradyville com munity were at J W Gamp bells last Thursday is J G Campbell bought a mule from Melvin sixtyy dol lars f Brack Massie Columbia was here last Friday looking after fat cattle i A horse belonging toJ R Cummin died last week Rev Jessee is conducting series ofmeetings at Independ ence Much interest is bein manifested in fact it is one of the greatest revivals held in this section for several years So far there has been nineteen conversions and the community at large has been greatly revived Nine have united with the Baptist church and will be baptized within the next few days The meet ing is still progressing and will be reported further next week The Call of Christmas It is Christmas time and at dthis moment the call is to lift up our hearts and welcome the forda not indeed forgetting the lessons he would have us learn nor those great servants of his who lovefand away bu t in thankfulness and adoration seeking to learn more and more how he would have us serve him The inspiration of this blessed time should bring us a deeper sense of personal responsibility and of our duty to our neighbor touchindg general welfare and beyond all a deeper faiththat faith by which mountains can be removed and a truer love a devotion that can bear even the reproach of the cross if permission may beam a part burden alThe advent of Christ makes us debtors to God andman tls therefore not for us to question whether others are kind to us as whether there is love gentleness meekness sympathy and helpfulness in our own lives or not e rgin t life Christmas giving win resolve itself into Christlike giving every day from Christ mastide to Christmastide of everYrearof grace Christ came not to be ministered unto but to minister to suffer and to die for others even his enemies Rising far above the lower aim of getting and gaining solely for self the grateful heart will ask j What can I give to my Redeem er who gave himself for me and what can I do for others for h- sake and the gospels This the reincarnation of the Christ spirit and exalts him who said And 1tit 1 be lifted u- draw all men unto meh They isw Whil Yea Sleep The uuiwi a Qf t W it1 Rpt future crops has resulted in almost a timber famine for the lumberman and in fact almost everyone has given Jittle thought as to the time pit takes forest trees to mature and there 1k little general knowledge of tree growth For instance it has been shown in some localitie- that it takes the sugar mapl 155 years togrofo to 38 inches l diameter white oak I61 years to g rowto 48 inches in diameter red oak 147 years to grow to 27 inches in diameter black walnut 189 yearsto grow to 29 inches in diameter shell bark hickory 120 years to grow to 12 inches in diameter and so on through our list offorestgiants There isno reason why the wise farmer who may have a piece of idle land or perhaps an almost exhausted woodlots ould not plant and at once trees tao him to his children But if he propertgrowing trees even if they have ageIBy the time trees now planted are of goodly size the country 4 nut trees will be scarcer even- wouldIto plant as manY of this sort as space will allow Fond of His Vocabulary We have a friend who is fon of his vocabulary and we have time and again insisted heshould use smaller words so finally he said he would prepare us wordsII graphy The philosophical and philogical substructute of this principle is ineluctable sively attenuated verbal symbr Is inevitably induce unnecessary exI8 mentality of the peruser Conversely expressions which a minI i realistic verisimili Lure a much less onerous handicap the readers perspicacity U unmisIsiveness of onomatopoetic int jectional monosyllabic utterances especially when motivated under strenuous emotibrial circum stances How much more a p pealing in their euphonious pulchritude than the preposterous and pretentious pomposity of elongated verbiage a t fromtunravel bout two inches and together the ends or warp 4 Some jars of nicety canned fruit or glasses of jelly or pick les make a Christmas rese that is always acceptable to t recipient V v When YPum kedoughnutsre thisaatPPeti Put in some doughnuts as well as a great big holey r r ithekitchen wiiidpvr ia vfcpt oPen at the top irhiiit coo rig- such food u ea niont fait tinpmwpt onfot Wil1 pv t wAtrI t ItwiiIjz otWtbe ii f f I uwensby OI lUncleFetnS Carter who lived near Esto died Sunday Nov 27th He Was an honorable gentleman wellknown over Rus sell county He had passed theit century mark making him proba Russells 8eoldnMiss Susie Aaron is improving slowly having been confined to her bed for several weeks Old Aunt Sarah Collins died Nov 27th She was with her son Aaron when the end came Her last sleeping place will be in the Old Bethel burying ground The box supper and entertain ment at Moores schoolhouse was largely attended and enjoyed by all present The program was well rendered the boxes were beautifully decorated and well furnished making them so attractive that the boys went t pocketsYMrs Tom Harriscn visited her Lawlesse a few days ago Miss Pearl Murray of Se well ton was the guest of Misses Sallie ant Olga Lawless last Sat urday night Miss Huth Harrison of Jamestown is spending a weekwith her aunt Mrs Lee A Lawless Mr Alva Grider is improvin slowly Macdk a Mother and baby getting along nicely The school at this place is progressing nicely there being 23 more days from this date 27th of Nov Mr Herbert Barger is clerking forM L Owens while he is looking after the building ofa residencesPi Pyrus rOur farmers arejabout through gathering corn Mrs J H Pickett has been requite sick Mrs W S Pickett has been at her bed side for sev eral days Keltnetor SaturdayOxbMr Clem Keltner wife and speisnt Thanksgiving day with the for Keltnererfamily Mr Bob Pickett and wife of Portland and Mrs Alta Pickett and children spent last Saturday night and Sunday at Ms W S Picketts v On hearing of the death of Mr PC McCaffree our hearts were made sad It can truthful ly be said of him he was a good neighbor It was Our privilege ofeyears our door neighbor We all loved him and his family But Disease took him away dj heenjtooki loveherFarm Forfeit Having bought land at Mbntpelier I desire to sell my farm at Esto Ky contaihiDg 140 acres Good seven room orchardtnecr ssary outbuildings 50 acres good iimr bel v Wilt sell xxi easy terms Come uidMMit It costs you nothing to Iok WouldesU the land without the mberifaeiredcafLon or addrsw iW OGler Iofttpeliet1Cy Wit riserslth mwM beIf they ail t oiijfht tSs tf ir k lipMto ftIM titgt Jfi j i l f 1 Program Of the Fifth Sunday meeiihg y of second North Concord AssQci ation to be held with the Clear J Ford church on the fifth Saturrl day in Dec 1910 and Sunday r- f following Devotional exercises 10 a m J What is the best means of con victingmenof sin M F Grime V and W FJ Wilson Let brotherly love continue77JI M Williams E G Wilson I- y Church pastors Their begins l ning and character of theizr ff preachingC L Bradley Jv SU V Wade i SUl D YrDevotional exercises v Bible santificationjand modern sanctification compared =A 4ljDestitutionassociation J S Wade Aaron Wilson Bible plan of giving to God V churchWo r F J Wilson J K Grider W F J Wilson W Ai Breeding E J Walters Committee Straw Hats There should be a law against and deduction In the price of straw hats lID the latter part of the summer When a man has gone through the painful operation of extracting 3 from h pocket to exchange for a jaunty lid it glues him a feeling such as the Indians must have had when In quest of a 3calp when he passes the store window a few weeks later and sees the same centsIIhe does not find It out but when he perIstarting a new political party to get revengeIf could have our seasons run backward like a Chinese book It might fill a long felt want tor just one season After that the wily storekeeper would catch on and reverse his prices to suit the change IP All About Alike We look around the earth and see lA lot of silly guys treenwise Class Prejudice j tWe dont associate with the Meyers J father only gets 195 aday And how much does your father ieU Two dollars and 10 cents Just a Shade Better He Is the black sheep of the family r I thought he was the best of th lot He Is The others are all goats Bluff Wins Brag and Bluster pit their forces In a tight with Honest Worth Though the latter leaks gray matter Brag and Bluster got the earth Getting Back at Him INew Woman 42rJ do hate to see mtt 7 about the street Other New WomanYes Indeed Mans place Is at home with the poodle dog tr ln Easy Mark fWhy doesnt he succeed througltv- Uick of confidence MNbf through overabundance of coi fl t Sdence men txt1 t diIIWatkins Companv Y tI represent one of the best Cprnpaniesi t in the world lmn the Columbia rsquare ev ry Monday Call and seerayr goods and get mY prices E Jno B Grants 4 iFOXES WANTED 1 Gr land Rd Foxos 000 ie 5 k squirrell JWto l vTObnbvi 76tO 196 14r sJSend f leter S l WTBODG f Ix jl ti i r d vamp olioilatile tU rwi f Go tW H WIwofti store aDd srse t1 the big stx of gndirl It rrafiglw JIi IHSroW tor t ftk Hofckc a see rrr aft r tW1MJ ird 4L itt fi1l 7- d ih t IIL t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS jI 4t y- l Grad v111eY tr 4 di The e coldest weather of the r ifasoShas just pasbd ovef us flw c ts Beil and C Wifebiistart 74 for Louisville the first of the week Nat Walker is spending few days at Columbia this week J A Diddle spent a day or so i At Greensburg the first of the week Will Baker and J W Keltner spent last Sunday at Greensburg Miss Sallie Diddle has been on the sick list for several days The cold weather stopped the york on the Bankbuilding atthis daysSJSeveral loads of tobacco left this community the first of the I week for the Glasgow market Several of our farmers got through stripping their tobacco crops last week Leonard Walker of Nell wasv here last Saturday on business George Coomer a wellknown man of this community is very low with a com plica tiorrof diseases Miss May Keltneris confined to her room this week wltlL measlesMr T Flowers spent a day or so of last week at Cane Valley Quite a number of hogs was slaughtered in this community last week Mr L C Hindman and family- moved rI to their new home near tolumbia last week MrsMatt Spillman has been fevtodays Messrs J A Diddle and C 0 Moss was at Horse Gave a day or so of last week There was quite a moving around with some of our citizens one day last week Robert 0 Jeftner moved to his new home property formerly occupied by L C Hindman Amos Keltner moved to his new home property f J occupied by Robert 0 Keltner i anj Mr W B Moore to his new home property occupied by Amos lr Keltner Mr C 0 Moss sold his pro perty in our city one fday last week to Mrs Cattie Nell for 60000 and bought the same day GT Flowers property The consideration not known Tim Corbiri bought last week rithe farm owned by the late John Sneed Senior deceased for the y consideration of 30000 Mr Corbin will move to this place in the near future AB Henderson made a visit to Greensburg one day last week hand on his return stopped over a day or so at POltlndwitt JH 4Caldwell to fish Mr Henderson informed us that they caught an j abundance of fish and one fish Jin particularweighed 25 pounds f He informed us all that it was a VVvery common occurence down v there this winter while the watert s j has been so low to catch fish i weighinganywhere from 15 to 8f j 25 pounds We see at once that Mr Henderson is good after fish 3 f s well as building barns and S jiijaying tHe violin y Q t to c t J JPunnYiJ1e 7 f f rfft are having t mecool Fa 1piJr dt ur If Jo Pelley of Goose Creekji7 t f JjJitea1i rQth t J F w r ey J f wQaYI 0 11 l fRI er filled hid rur i 1 rtr tt cam f orf t + r J Mrs Lizzie Jones of Pelley t6ii f isited friends aiidrelatives p in this communit latstlSaturday Mr Jas- lumbia Dickinson was a in Goi t1 the first of the week rf1S Misses Bessie Cabbell and Matt e Young visited the formers parents Mr and Mrs L C Cabbell last Saturday nd Sun day Eld M R Gabbert closed the meeting at this place last weekt The young folks goingv through a series of parties Mr Beecher Pierce and wife visited the family of J F Pelley last Saturday and Sunday Absher r MessrsjH B Robertson and Fred JHumphress were in Knifley one day last week Mr Matthew Robertson wasjn Coburg last weektMr John Rule haslmoved from Garlin to this place 2Mr Fred Humphress andTsis ter Miss Sylvia visited their uncle at Hoyious last Saturday night and Sundayt Messrs 01 P Dillingham and R D Williams visited at Mr W is PDillinghams few days ago i t Miss Emma Robertson is spend ing the week at her uncles D MMaoreir Mr EstherMMooreof Garlin spent last Wednesday night at J H Martins J 11 Mrs Josie Mar ii and daughter Miss Maude were guests at Mr John Martins last Thursday and Friday r Miss Essie Triplett visited her f parents at Columbia from Friday until Monday Mrs Ethyl Russell and sons Ewing and Tom and Miss Nan nie Cooley visited in this neighborhood several days last week Mr and Mrs Sam Smith and children Claud and Estelle MtJ ands Mrs H B Robertson and jdaughter d at Delaney Robertsons last Sunday T3 Mrs Mary Brockman visited at Mr D P Rices from Jast Saturday until Monday- Meksrs Herschel and Ingram Robertson made a business trip to Coburg last Friday v Lt Miss Emma Bean spent a fewf days last week with her uncle atv this place MrG C Russell and son Howard made a trip to Gamp bellsville last week Mr Jake VanHoy of Cane Valley waS inthis neighborhood ohe day last week on business s r Garlin Winter seems to be making its appearance Mr John Rule and family have removed to their new 1 omenear1 Plumpoint We regret to give them up- LittleMissEdith v i Cooper who has been very sick for the past week is considerably better 1 Mr Haller Reynolds and ihife daughter Miss Cora 6 pe nt Thanksgiving at1fr W rr F Neat Misses AlviivandAda Walkup spent last Saturday night with the Misses Huffaker Miss Pearl Neat was i siting the Missed Smith of neiiriMt Pleasant last Saturdiayiiii tf LU4JJ11 inrat e y night w t u- rto s 91 j RoyI au jh i l rsfWinterseeins to haveiJset in rb ndwe Iare haying pleiitYo f1 l i Since our last letter several fat hogs have been initiated in to the local packers of this neigh borhood Mr WO Bryant of this place is now in Louisville being treated for rheumatism Mrs Lottie Cheatham who has been with friends at Roy for some time returned to her home at Bakerton last Saturday Mr W P Epperson who has been a t Greenwood Ind for several weeks returned to his home at this place last Friday Mr Otis Webb late of passed through here en IllinoisI his home at Dent last Hiram J Conover and wife of place have just returned from a several days visit to Mrs Conovers uncle Capt B F Powell of Lincoln county Mr George C Royse who had the misfortune to cut his leg with an ax several weeks ago has laid his crutches aside and able to walk with a cane now Mrs Martha J Leach of this place who is very old has been I quite sick for several days The writer and had a very pleasant visit at the home of Eld J Q Montgomery at Liber ty Casey county last week Dirigo The meeting at Independence closed last Monday There were nineteen conversions th Mon day afternoon Mr and Mrs RO Stotts Mr and Mrs Arthur Stotts Misses Georgie Janes Larue Hayes and Theory Woot en Messrs C C McKinney Joe Stotts and Millerd Stotts were baptised into the Baptist church And then on last Wednesday Rev T J Campbell preached at Independence and in the after noon baptized Messrs Edd Stotts J G Stotts and ClaUdy Stotts intO the Methodist church Itj seems that the revival has done the whole peighborhood good The Sunday School which had been allowed to go dead has been resurrected and prayer meeting Wednesday night in each has been startedtMrs Hiram Stotts and son Millerd Miss Helen Royse and Master Fred England are very sick at this writing with pneumonia One of the most severe storms that ever before visited this section put in its appearance last Sunday night It blew down alj large barn and a blacksmith shop for J R Cummins and also the most of the trees in his orchard and damaged much timber throughout this community It blew down a lot of fencing damaged the telephone lines and damaged what corn that had not been gathered and in some places blew top fodder out of the field t 4f- Celler Valleyi r Willie Gallison left last Tues i day for Corbin where he has a position with the L N Baii roadA r+ H h J G Sublett purchased a nor well gelding of d WJJ eAliiter lastturday for2QQ v IMfI 1if I cIfh Y IK If t the J l fir oL erl l l K i 7 7 HMJtyplioid fever is imprding slow JS11 1c tv ir if MrPWmV Francis sold his farm of forty creswherehe now lives to JasP Todd last week for 1 600 Mr Francis will move near CampbellsvilleMiss who is teaching at Hutchison Schoolhouse gave Sateurday evening She is certainly- a pleasant little lady and is giving perfect satisfaction as a teacher l Miss Mattie Doolin of near Gradyville is visiting her brother Levi at this placeIMr W H at public sale last Thursday and left Monday for Oklahoma Mr I Jones has always been as upright cIIcMiss Allie Odewalt of Spur lington is visiting the family oft R B Wilson Mr Cleve Thomas who is with the L N R R Co at Corbin arrived here last Thursday for a few days hunt wasigIvenhome two miles west ofv this place ThanksgivingI was eightytwo and is quite spirightly fora woman of that age All of her neighbors were present and wishing this1 Movable old lady many more happy Ye lIs1 Crocus iDavid Kaegan who has been confined to his bed with an ulcer in his side is improving slowly DenImarkmeetings at Mt Zion church resulting in several conversions and the church much revived Mr Geo W Collins was made the victim of a very painful accident a few nights ago He had been sitting UD with a sick neigh bor and had started home riding horseback when his horse ran through the low branches of a tree knocking him oft and seriously hurting him in thin back conrlfinedinjudesIPeople in this much interested in the effort that is being made to improve the Cumberland River We should notify our Kentucky Congress men that they can represent our greatest interest by putting forth strenous effort to complete the lock and dams on the Cumberland Hurt Co have moved their column factory to this place and will commence work in a short time Vander Collins who has been in school at Columbia for sever al months is at the bedside of his father I Harrison Bradshaw has enter ed school at Columbia Kinks on Sure Thing Now I never be without Dr Kings New Life Pills again writes A Schingeck M7 Elm St Buffalo N YTheycur ed me of chronic constipation When all others failedl Unequaled for Bilious ness Jaundice Indigestion Headache Chiller Malaria and Debility 5ctipaun Drug Co rFir s1e OM UitJcht Pino nearly rkw- one m aelt fft 28xM J e1s ira41tazt k tilat t fDedfie re rlewatort w iWfIL1 adJt 5f fjli It WIII J 5Z iJ fi it f VfJ IIt XX XXXX sXS iilee0 i i0 00fOf f tjjo AX y f t C j wttixby a 1 GOURIERJOURNflW HIENRYWATTERSON Editor I Isa Naoional Newspaper Democratic inU politics It prints all the news without I fearor favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY I AND THE RA AiRAOUNTYNENS 130N YEAR jFor Jrll you will give or send your order tothis- papernot1 to the CourierJournal 8 H iDaily CourierJournale I Sunday CourierJourftal Yr 200 l can give you a combination cut 1 IWe Daily or Sunday if you will write jOef X s v 1 I Woodson Lewis I Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH i 4Ytir r i flHburn = =WagonsA car load of Oliver Chilled Plows A car load of fl Disc Harrows A car load of J Cultivators Corn Planters atfd I OneHorse Corn Drills i2Will have the greatest and finest display f Jbf Buggies and other Vehicles veyer shown ain this Green River 0otintryv ready for V Spring trade L 1 3fjQt bIME SALT AND a mor f r A SPECIAL LINE f Will deliver any kincfof Parih Implements at any station on the JLR R R f iWo 6 d son LewisThe erchantsGreensbur Mail orders promply attenM to c I 1i Tk A Wr County d f t11 e4 0Oi ftfor l5O I