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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s try 1 pIIo4 Jr t uunt Nt- i J VOLUME 10 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 1907 NUMBER 10 f RISKED LIFE IAND PROPERTY JIn Order to Help His Fellow Man Should Be Rewarded Mr Sam Lewis President of the Board of Trade Chairman of the Col umbia Cinch Club a man of aldermanic appearance and above all wellknown philanthropist with a heart as big as a wash tub heeded the Macedonian cry going up in Columbia last week for light and betook himself to Camp bellsville for several hundred gallons of the extract Securing the oil he started homeward but Green river confront ed hima raging torrent and only a frail craft to reach the opposite shore A man of less nerve would have falter ed but not so with Mr Lewis He loaded his barrels into the boat and was soon in the swift current which tossed and rocked the makeshift craft I from side to side the onlookers expect ing every moment to see the 800 gal lons of oil and occupants sink beneath the muddy waters But having in his mind the scriptural quotation God said let there be light and there was light he managed finally to reach the other shore Upon arriving at Colum bia theoil was distributed among sev eral merchants and the famine as it were is a thing of the past But for this philanterbpic and heroic action on the part of Mr Lewis the consumers faould have paid 30 or 40 cents per gallon if it could have been secured at all The people of Columbia and vicinity re under many obligations to the bove named gentleman and should how their gratitude by having him appinted postmaster or Jestice of he Peace or some other exalted sta tion to which there are so few appli ants Mr Lewis says he regrets very much having sold his four red mules or he would have landed here with 1600 gallons r FIRST CLASS STREETS EH Being Made in Tutt Addition Citizens Did The Graaii 1 iIThe street leading from Frazer Av enue Tutt and Nell street to the city limits and Tutt street connecting with the above and running to the city limits have been thoroughly graded and we understand graveling will begin this week Sometime since the property owners on these two streets made the City Council a proposition that they would E make a good grade ditches and culverts if the town of Columbia would gravel it As stated in the News the proposi tion was accepted and now the work is I under way bidding fair to be two of the best thoroughfares within the corporate imitsToo much praise cannot be given the men behind the work viz Nathan and John Waggener J C Strange J Bell W H Eubank Byron Mont IandH C Wolford is firstclass in every respect as are the ditches and culverts and with the proper amount of gravel will make a good road for many years to come The example set by these citizens is a good one and if followed by many who only set and howl about 4 badroads Columbia and Adair county would soon come to the front in the matter of good roads Again we say Hats off to the men behind this work A GOOD LADY DEAD Mrs Nannie J White Died After An Illness of Several Weeks itOnthe 9th inst at 700 oclock Mrs Nannie J White of this city whose illness had heretofore been reported and whose death had been expected for many days passed to her final reward at the hour above She was a daughter olDr Samuel B and Nancy Fields and was married to Mr Wm T White who preceded her to the grave several years ago Death was due to a complication of diseases i Jt t Lffld flifJ t Ed ri t t f V f fl of which she had been a sufferer for many months All that medical aid and good nursing could do was freely administered but only to stay the hand of death for a short period She was a devoted member of the M E Cburch South and died as she had lived in the full faith of her Redeemer Funeral services were held at the res idence by Rev A R Kasey her pas tor many friends and relatives being present to pay their last tribute of respect to a good Christian lady Two children survive being Mrs Willie Robertson and Mr S F White of this office who have the sympathy of this community in this their sadest hour of life HORRIBLE DEATH At the saw mill of Thomas Green son of the owner met with a horrible ac cident resulting in his death Young Green was offbearing and as he step ped to get a slab a foot slipped and he fell against the saw the teeth of which caught in the young mans clothing and before the saw could be stopped both of his legs were broken and one arm torn off The victim of the accident was about fifteen years old and bore an enviable reputation in his neigh borhood GONE WEST Mr J H Squires one of Adair counties best young men left last Mon day for Memphis Texas where he goes to locate Mr Squires is indus trious honest and competent to make his way successfully in the busy whirl of business and his removal from Adair was for no other purpose than to find a broader field of action His many friends in this section wish him a prosperous career in his Western ad venture and trust after he has made his fortune that he will return to the old home A MONEY MAKER We are in receipt of a card from the Greensburg Deposit Bank showing the condition of said bank at the close of business December 31st 1906 On a capitalization of 12500 with a deposit of 13005922 the banks gross earnings the past six months was 467718 As the above figures show this bank is in a healthy condition a money maker and the showing should be very gratifying to its officers and directors RUSSELL CREEK ROLLER MILL Mr G W Burchett one of the pro prietors of the Russell Creek Roller Mill sold a onethird interest in the mill to Eld Flavious Barger of Esto Russell county for 3000 This makes a three member firm Messrs Burchett Smith and Barger Eld Barger is contemplating remov ing to Columbia or vicinity and we trust that he will decide to cast his lot among us We have ample room for such men as Mr Barger DENNY JOHNSON Miss Nettie Denny and Mr Rollin Johnson of the Gadberry section were united in marriage at the residence of the bride last Tuesday morning at 10 oclock the Rev W H C Sandidge officiating The bride isa daughter of Mrs Amanda Denny recently removed to this county from Wayne and is said to be a charming young lady who has made many friends since coming here Mr Johnson is a son of Mr John R Johnson and is a young man who has manlyiOur best wishes are with them- EUBANKBAKER Miss Hattie Eubank of Purdy and Mr Ekward R Baker of Bliss I were united in marriage last Wednesday at the Columbia Hotel The bride is a daughter of Mr J D Eubank and quite a popular young lady Mr Baker is a farmer by trade and a very excellent gentleman The News extends its best wishesr I will be in Columbia next Monday with a dspan of mules for sale 11= lt COY E DUDGEON v it 1JA 1 PRETTY HYPNOTIST r Miss Ray McGarvey Puts Young Minister Under Strong Spell The Rev R T Booker of Scotts ville 111 a student of the Bible College of Kentucky University was Hypnotized by Miss Ray McGarvey daughter of the Rev J W McGarvey president of the college and for sev eral hours it was feared that the result of the jesting effort of the young wom an to display her powers would result seriously as the subject could not be awakened He did nst recover full consciousness until last night and was still confined to his bed from the nerv ous shock At a candypulling given by the Christian Endeavor Society of the Broadway Christian Church something was said of the powers of Miss McGar vey as a Hypnotist Mr Booker expressed his skepticism on the subject and Miss McGarvey who is a handsome young woman about twentyfive years old agreed to try her hand on the young preacher She stroked his brow and eyelids in the regulation hypnotists way and soon Mr Booker remarked that he felt sleepy and finally closed his eyes in sound slumder The people were much amused but soon by snap ping her fingers and other methods the fair hypnotist was unable to arouse himThe merry company was thrown into a panic Mr Booker was at length aroused sufficiently to be taken home by his companions who watched by his bedside until he realized what he had gone through Although he is still nervous and upset no serious results are expected Miss McGarvey has a local repuation as a hypnotist She learned the art from Miss Edna Bellue a teacher at Richmond Ky where Miss McGar vey attended school On one occasion Miss McGarvey hypnotized her aunt Miss Mattie Taylor of Richmond who did not wake up for fifteen hours Louisville Times Miss McGarvey is well known in this city having frequently visited her granfather Dr U L Taylor OUR FRIEND Should we forsake a faithful friend On whom we always can depend For present help in time of need By one who is a friend indeed Devoid of guilt and free from guile He seeks to serve us all the while To guard us well is his delight Through weary watches of the night When going out to walk or ride This trusty friend is near my side And woe unto the man or brute Who would our right of way dispute Then tell me not in reasons name That he has not the very same Or talk of instinct if you will But we will call it reason still For few there be of human kind So constant as this friend of mine Why should not mortal man be proud To own a friend thats thus endowed So well defy their dogged bill And spend a dollar William will J T JONES Montpelier Ky PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY J L Adkins Albany W H C Sandidge Union W S Dudgeon Plum Point JF Roach Pierces Chapel A R Kasey Columbia J A Johnston Cane Valley G Y Wilson Elroy T J Campbell Antioch F J Barger Pleasant Hill Z T Williams Mt Pleasant H T Jessee Smiths Grove J F Cook Columbia WITHDRAW CALENDAR OFFER As stated heretofore the News calendar offer closed Tuesday January the 15th Our books will be run and all parties due a calendar and who have not received it will be immediate forwarded one f A CALL A meeting of the Adair County Farmers Institute on next Saturday at 1 pm in the Courthouse is desired Dont forget the date and allow other l lJslv5 iijf 4 j f 17 Li I business to prevent your attendance This meeting is important as a report from the programme committee should be made and many other steps taken to perfect the organization and advance the interests of Adair county farmers The courthouse Saturday 1 p m H B GARNETT FOR SALE I will sell my house and lot of 1 acre Four room house barn and out buildings situated in Gradyville A desirable house cheap I am going West Call if you mean business 112t C S WALKUP SIHIPPNG DRESSED LUMBER Mr T J Goodman Jr of the Co lumbia Planing Mill Co was in Louis ville last week and made arrangement with the Central Planing Mill Co to ship them 25000 feet of dressed poplar lumber The Columbia people will ship this concern much more lumber in the near future Mr Corbett Breeding who we men tioned some weeks ago as accepting a position with the wholesale hardware house of Robinson Bros Co reach ed Columbia Friday evening after spending a few weeks in the house Mr Breeding was assigned territory south of Cumberland river in this State and several counties in Northern Tenn essee and will make Burksville Ky headquarters We wish this excellent young man a good trade and success in his new field of labor J P Dohoney Sr sold to Geo Young of Cumberland county a part of his farm near Columbia supposed to contain near 120 acres for 12 per acre This is an excellent piece of land and in one of the best communities in the county It will be improved and used as a stock farm by his sons R K Young of Columbia and Marvin Young of Cumberland county Miss Amanda Bennett sister of Mr George Bennett died of heart trouble at the home of her sisterinlaw Mrs Annias Bennett Sunday evening The deceased had been in delicate health for several months and her death was not unexpected Miss Bennett was a highly respected lad whose relatives have the sympathy of all in their be reavment Mrs Ida Watson of the Harmony country died Sunday evening of con sumption Mrs Watson was about the house as usual Sunday until nearly six oclock when she suffered with a hemorrhage from the effect of which she died in a few minutes The de ceased was a daughter of Mr Wm Yates of Fairplay Mr I R Henson and Miss Nora Wheeler were married at the residence of the brides lather Mr N S Wheel JanuaryThises of their many friends Mr and Mrs Sam W Beck gave their youngest son Master Keithon his fourth anniversary a birthday din ner Quite a number of children were invitedand all seemed to enjoy the occasion very much Born to the wife of Mr W R Lyon on last Sunday January 6tha son weight 13 12 pounds Mr Lyons says he is a Democrat and a member of the Commercial ClubTaylor Co Inquirer Mrs Elizabeth Daughtery who is making her home with her daughter Mrs Ed Cheatham near Bliss is in a helpless condition caused by a catch in her hip All parties owing me notes or ac counts will please call and settle as I need the money This means you ifI you owe me L R CHEL- PKnifley Ky John B Coffey of the firm of Young Coffey has returned from the South and reports the mule market fairly good Mr James Young is expected home within a few days All persons indebted to the firm of Wm Jeffries Sons by either note or account are requested to come forward and settle at once Wm F JEFFRIES SONS 10r2t l a jK 1 ij h CITIZENS OF GREEN COUNTY Favor a Pike From Greensburg to the County Seat of Adair Greensburg has the opportunity of her life This opportunity ought to be taken advantage of now and turn tne tide of affairs Columbia our progress ive and high toned little neighbor is in distress and it is up to us to go at once to her relief This relief can ought to be must be and it has got to be offered to her by the citizens of Green county and Greensburg Since the bridge over Green river burned Columbia is in the middle of a mighty bad fix so far as convenience is n concerned There is no Ferry at the river and when the river is high the merchants have a lot of trouble getting their goods to Columbia They have to come by Greensburg and these old Green county roads are a bad thing to offer our neighbor in her trouble They are the best we have but that does not satisfy the teamsters who have been hauling four thousand pounds of freight to Columbia over the pike They look mad muddy and disgusted with their little loads of one thousand pounds leaving our depot We do not know what these teamsters say about us when they get over to Coiumbia with their teams and wagons loaded down with our good rich soil that they have picked up on the way but we can imagine that the Fiscal Court and the Overseers are touched up to a lively tuneNow what must be done The merchants here must and have got to head the list with a big subscription for a pike to be built at once to the Adair r county line and by the time we get there Columbia will have been there waiting j for us with her end completed Now why not begin this right now and go to work Delay is hard on Columbia and disastrous to Greensburg It cuts both waysAdair county citizens are fine fellows and their teamsters are good looking and their wagons are big and deep and their teams are fat and it looks good to see them on our streets We like them since they have been paying us a r few visits We want all of them to come over with their big wagons and let our Green county teamsters see that they have fine teams and they do not look tired and that by the size of their wagon beds they have been hauling big loadsThe only way to keep them coming over here is to bait them with a good road and they will bite right along because these men appreciate a good road We have lots of room for them in which to feed their teams and we will give them a hearty welcome for every meal Who will start the move We are informed that a citizen of this county will take up the matter of circulating a paper for a free turnpike to the county line He will also build a half mile of the road free This looks like business and we hope our become enthused to the working pointGreen County Record ENTERTAINMENT The Concert given by Prof Ohlen macher Mis Meek and Miss Penland in the courthouse last Friday evening t was well attended although it was a very disagreeable night a steady rain falling The programme embodying se lections of the highest order was ren dered in such a manner as to show corn plete mastery of both music and elocu tion In every particular the entertain r ment was highly enjoyed The receipts were satisfactory to those under whose 4 auspices it was given the Ladies Aid Society of the Columbia Baptist Church The hearty applause evidenced the hearty enjoyment of the audience which tcould not be mistaken by those partici pating in the rendition of the pro gramme Mr James Antle wife and four children who left for Texas Monday and on reaching Louisville changed their minds and arrived in Columbia on their return Tuesday night Mrs An tle was sick and felt unable to make the trip Texas has been abandoned so far as they are concerned J iJt0 t2 f IY ti I I jJ3 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 16 1907 T llobs nS Slaughter SaleUryGoodsJoh- nA Hobson Greensburg Ky is going to quitthe Dry Goods business and needs floorspace for heavy Hardware and other heavy goods that he aready has in stock He will make his place of business theONLY HARDWARE STORE in this section Overcoats Clothing Jackets Long Coats Shoes Hats Dress Goods = Everything in Dry Goods Less than Factroy Prices JONH A HOBSON CREENSBURC KYI HELENA ARK The News came yesterday for the first time since I have been in Helena It is not only one oi the best local papers in the 11th Congressional district but the best and I congratulate Bro Harris on the improvment I also received a copy of the Spec tator and note that George and May are doing their best The world is now the only Daily in this section the Daily Bulletin having suspended pub lication yesterday Memphis which is eighty miles above Helena is our nearest town having daily papers and it does not effect our interests in the least Helena is the best town I have ever been in and its peo ple the very best to be found anywhere It has a population of 12000 and is the terminal for three railroads with another road building Besides these advantages the town is right under the levee on the Mississippi river and its shipping facilities can not be surpassed by any town on the Mississippi river The water used is artesian and the supply is abundant for a town having three times the popula tion of Helena and the location very healthful To the rear of the town are the hills where the battle of Helena was fought during the civil war and on one of these hills is located the res ervoir which supplies the city with water This morning Mr Burks foreman of the Worlds printing department and myself went out on battle hill which overlooks the city and spent several hours thebfield Forty years of storm and rain have washed awaythe earth from the trenches where the dead were buried after the bat tle disclosing the skeletons of those who fell during the three days fight and in many places bones are lying scattered about We found one skull partly em bedded in a sand bank and on digging it out it crumbled away The view from the battle hill is magnificent In the valley below one has a fine view of the city and harbor and the large plantations across the river in Mississippi By invitation of Capt Carvil of the steam ferry 0Zerah Jr which by the way is a better boat than the Rowena Messrs Adams Burks and my self went aboard and had a de lightful trip to the landing on the Mississippi side three miles up the river When we reached the landing we found a large crowd of plantation negroes awaiting us As soon as the boat touched the t shore men and women crowded 1 aboard and the Zerah immediate ly put into midstream where she layto and drifted Capt Carvil explained that it was the custom every day in the week and especially on Sunday to take the negroes aboard and sell them whiskey and beer as they lived in local option districts With this information I went below and found two bartenders with their sleeves rolled up busily en gaged in dispensing bug juice and beer to the thirsty blacks Having supplied their wants the boat put back to the shore and as the coons walked down the gang plank each one carried one or more bottles of rectified spirits After having shipped a cargo 0 cotton theboat started on her ref J turn trip and the Captain and crew served refreshments and drank to the health of the World and its new management Th World force retaliated with Mississippi water There are quite a number of Kentuckians here and while the memories of the Old Kentucky Home are sweetly fragrant to them they like Helena best and are content to spend the remain der of their days here for ther is something worth living for i this country The dear old state has its warm generous hearted people its clear running streams and many other attractions bu its resources in many places are about exhausted while this coun try is in its prime with great possibilities for the future and then its resources are inexhaust ableWe are busy fitting up our building and installing machinery For twenty year- the World has been using a six horse steam engine but we are putting in three motors and a gas engine and in a few days will put the old engine out of commission At present we arel running only Linotype and three jobbers but as they are inadequate to the demands we will in stall another Linotype and an other jobber at an early date We have now twelve persons on the pay roll in the office and stil we are unable to supply the de mands for job work although work night shifts This wor comes to us unsolicited This beats rattling your bones over rocky roads hunting for orders and finding them scarce With best wishes for the News its force and all of its readers I am sincerely J M SCOTT managing editor of the World The News and Louisville Daily Her aia 2 v i jf f LULA Steam boats are making regu tripsRev M Flatt will move his family to Creelsboro in the near futureMr Lee Snow happened to a very serious accident last Satur day by a mule kicking him in the right side He is thought to be some better at this writing John Dunbar sold a cow and calf to F M Flatt the other Price unknown Misses Minnie and E r s i Vaughan of Gar and Laura off a Morrison Sunday The school at this place tought by Mr Marcus Hale will clos toughet a very successful school Mr Elmer Wheat the County Clerk of Jamestown made a flying trip here New Years day Mr Owen McKinley of Sewell Iton visited his uncle Wm Mc Fall Saturday and Sunday Mr Marcus McKinley of Smithn of was on business U maplte sugar is one of Kennedys i tive containing Honey and Tar This modern cough syrup is absolutely free from any opiate or narcotic and does not stupefy or con stipate Conforms to the Nationa IPurs Food and Drug Law Sold by Dr J J Page Columbia KyIG SAGOs Mr F T Abrell and Miss Myrtie Harmon were married at the residence of the bride Dec 29th by Rev D G Shepherd lBorn to the wife of Fred Shaw a boy James Campbell has returned from a visit to relatives in Putnam county Tenn Brockman Brockman are closing out their stock of goods at cost whitekIsham Kerns has moved from this place to Kerns Wonderful Happening Port Byron N Y has witnessed one of the most remarkable cases of healing ever recorded Amos F King of that place 8 yuBucke1ns Arnica Salve cured a sore on my leg with which I had suffered over 80 years 1 am now eighty five Guaranteed to cure a1 ores by T E Paul Druggist 25c i uindsayMGM U1ilson Training SchoolI SEOND TERM BEGINS JANUARY 1ST I Moej I 1 LOCUeOR FURTHER INFORMATION J t A llD AS- SNEILs0N MOSS Columbia = = Kentucky o Woodson Lewis Greensliiirg Kentucky Is causing the usual stir in Old Greensburg Has re Clothing is always there I S uOOflO Stock of Orygoods 1000000 Stock of CLOTHING 10000 STOCK OF SHOES 10000 STOCK LADIES AND GENTS FURNISHINGS GreenRiverEvery one in Adair county is earnestly invited to call Woodson Lewis Greensburg Dehler Brothers il6 E Market St Louisville t Seri fir CiUltie t l CARRY ALL WEIGHTS IN STOCK THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 16 1907 3 FROM MELVIN WIllIE Cliffside N C 1 7 1907 EDITOR NEWS w Allow me here to inform those I left in Old Kentucky that I am at Cliffside N C in charge of school at this place as principal Misses Brown and Webb are assisting me and proving them selves laborars worthy of their hireWe have 118 pupils and are likely to have 150 or thereabouts But the main object of this ef fusion is to speak of my visit to my native land and allow me to assure all and sundry that one of the dearest wishes of my life has been realized- It will be remembered that I left there in 1882 aged 24 I felt that a Macedonian cry was ascending to high heaven that I might fill a long felt want for Hitchcocks Analysis of the Bible and fill it to overflowing In my hopeful adolescence I had failed to learn that religion and education were not regulated by the law of supply and demand However I met the enemy and was his The people of North Carolina did not possess a raging thirst for the sacred volume but were disposed to collect every sheckle due them for food and shelter and in this they were like the other children of men J Newton Coffey who rivaleth the ground hog as a soothsayer and a weather prophet will rise up and bear witness that I speak truly When I left the borders of the martial commonwealth that is celebrated in song and story I felt that I was but a brief sojourner in a strange land How beit when my shekels and I parted company I felt ashamed to go back in the role of prodigal son I therefore betook myself to teaching which some regard as the last resort of the shiftless the lame and the lazy of course no man nor yet any son of man ever saw and opulent teacher but I yearned to be a record breaker like many other people who dont know what they are talking about I felt that I could revolu tionize farming in the South People were eking out a precarious subsistence raising cot ton and I felt that as cotton was king and bound the nations over to keep the peace I could make it a powerful ally I was one of the numerous financial wrecks that felt he could teach people something that the Amateur dosent known himself Later a man who sounded the loud tim brel over Egypts dark waters as a clock peddler awakened slum bering dreams of opulence This was a better venture than selling books for I was guaran ted 40 per month and expenses But the Legislatures of Georgia and Alabama imposed a tax of 700 license per county This meant virtually prohibition far as selling clocks was concerned and we felt that a store was what the haughty Southerner needed So in 1892 we carried the war into Africa Later cotton began to go down until a price of five cents per pound was reached Again we threw up the sponge Every winter had taught school and now turned my attention when school was over to journ alism I gave people hot stuff and regarded it my mission to comfort the politically pure in heart and call political sinners to repentance I seemed to be on the tidal Wave of prosperity but my ed itorinchief allied himself with the gold standard democrats and our clientele blasphemed I lad increased circulation from ft i- iD j e 600 to 2000 subscribers had writ ten more than any body else and had gotten in about all the sinews of war I was forBryan and free silver and am still a votin But our paper took a journey up Salt river and is doubtless hunt ing the headwaters thereof Then like the sweet singer of captive Israel when asked for a song of Zion I sat me down by the roar ing Yadkin and wept But while my eyes are dim with added years while the snow that never melts has gathered on my temples I have learned at the school of experience Hence while not a blooming capitalist I am in better financial shape So with years of longing unsat isfied I started on Dec 13 1906 to the dark bloody ground I found Louisville grown out of all expectation and was agree ably surprised at Columbias up ward and onward march The town has spred all over Boomer Heights had a fine Court House and clock tower an excellent jail modern brick business houses the LindsayWilson College a new dormitory and principals residence for the M F High School three excellent banks where but one existed 25 years ago two hotels that would grace more pretentious towns and fine suburban residences galore- I found Col L B Hurt a man of aldermanic proportions with the same warm generous heart as of yore Rollin Hurt an adroit and successful lawyer Jessie White a man fixed to enjoy life and magnifying his office thereat James Garnett a brainy and able lawyer John Ed Murrell big as life and four times as natural Frank Winfrey looking so natural would have known his hide in a tan yard Joe Coffey Sr the same polished old school gentle man A 1 Hurt the same urbane kind man as of yore Billy Pile of great breadth of beam and a heart in strict keeping John R Johnson as clever as men ever get to be which was just as I expectedCousin Bram Jones and I re viewed our youth for he dwelleth in a castle of pomp and splendor and Cousin Logan Bomar caused me to shed briney tears because a deputy had no poetry in his soulAs to genuine friends and ster ling citizens it was my pleasure to again see Uncle Jesse Stone whose gray head is a crown of glory and whom all will testify isa Christian gentleman and withal an honest man the noblest work of God- I also met Tobe Hurt another friend true as steel and Bud as Young E is familiarly called I enjoyed the hospitality of Les lie Johnston and also that of James Frankum two old friends- I called at the home of Bascom Garnett an old friend and school mate and spent several delightful hours I was the guest of Mrs Lizzie Pile an old friend of mine and other mem bers of the family I also en joyed hospitality of Orbie Todd and met in a social way Long Bob Conover Bob McCaffrey Claud and Billy Hurt allowed me to place my knees under their tables and I paid the cooks an expensive compliment Newt Coffey Nick Page Jim Russell Olie Russell Ed Reed and hun dreds of other near and dear friends I met and had pleasant times with It was my exalted pleasure to meet Miss Sallie Stewart and Mrs Montery Dohoney two ex cellent ladies who caused my youthful ambition to mount its lit tle ladder and strove to make me realize that a budding genius waS J about to plume its half fledged wings Later Ill write about this much more as to Judge Jun ius Hancock and Horace Jeffries who were so graciously hospita ble and will mention Dr U L Taylor Rev Z T Williams Jas Page and Rev W K Azbill I have something else to offer as to James Garnett Esq and Masonic banquet Before closing I wish to pay a deserved tribute to a piano re cital to which it was my pleasure to listen in Columbia Of course I prefer simple and familiar mel odies and called for Old Kentucky Home It was extended with good effect and like Mark Twain at the reputed tomk of his progenitor Adam I was over come with tumultous emotions and wept Once a Kentuckian always a Kentuckian and no ballad of bygone days is more popular than this plaintive melody As before stated this is like the serial love story To be continued in our next issue I am just getting started and shall touch up on various matters incident to my two weeks sojourn in Gods country MELVIN L WHITE PORTLAND As there has been nothing from this place lately I will try to tell a few Xmas happenings Old Santa set a very nice supper at the home of S D Cald well on Xmas eve consisting of Oyster Soup candies cakes fruits etc Mrs R L Davis entertained a few of her friends on Xmas dayMisses Edith Squires and Mol lie Caldwell visited at Mr F P Dohoneys Wednesday night Shreve and Fred Davis enter tertained a number of their little friends Rex Holladay Joe Nay lor Charlie Caldwell George Cheatham and Caleb Frank and Jim Caldwell On Friday Mr and Mrs W C Yates gave a nice dinner in honor of Mrs G H Nell and children Gradyville also Miss Irene Yates and Mr Ernest Yates McGregor Texas Saturday Mr and Mrs S D Caldwell entertained the follow ing guests Mr and Mrs C M Hindman Mrs G H Nell and children Mr ErnestYates Miss es Amy and Dollie Dohoney Pearl Hindman Irene Yates Messrs Rollin Caldwell Chapman Do honey Vervin Compton R Wal ker Mr and Mrs W C Yates Mr and Mrs Tom Waggener Mr R L Davis and family All present reported an enjoyable occasionMiss Squires gave a par ty on Saturday night and all re port a good time Mr R L Caldwell visited J H Caldwell Saturday night Master Joe Naylor and Rex Holladay visited Mr and Mrs Tom Waggener a few days of the HolidaysWe very much helped up over the prospects of having a telephone at this place in the near future Miss Oritha Dowdy closed her school at this place Xmas day with a nice treat each child re ceived a present When the cold winds dry and crack the skin a box of salve can save much discomfort In buying salve look for the name on the box to avoid any imi tations and be sure you get the origin al DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia Ey 1 1SJ H SMITH G H NELL t STOP AT rrNE COLUMBIAHOTEr Smith Nell PropslH This Hotel was formerly known as the MAHLCUM HOTEL The Largest and Best Hotel in Green River Section i If The above named firm has just purchased it and it will be run in firstclass style U Rooms clean and the table supplied with the best themarketxaffords Traveling trade solic- itedColumbia Kentucky The Louisville Trust CompaYSouthWBst Market Corner LOLTISVILLE Organized uuder a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust business is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin istrator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every posi tion of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength Dr James Menzies I OSTEOPATHY CONSULTATION AND II EXAMINATION FREE l Office II AT RESIDENCE laColumbia Kentucky II Buggies 1 Wheat Drills Winter Oats andI All Kinds of Seed For Sale J He PHEL- PSJamestown Kentucky f tI I JLebanon Steam Laundry t REED- MILLER COLUMBIA I l AGENTS FOR THIS SECTION t idiThis one of the Best an most Reliable Landries in the 1 State U Send them your linen and the work will be promptly and neatly executed fe e fe J Y WR Johnson Prop LEBANON KENTUCKY f v l t f i j I j t 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 16 1907 Your Needs Supplied at L R Chelfs We have made special efforts to supply this section with all its needs and demands Read every item DRY GOODS Our line of Drygoods is new through out and by far the largest and most complete stock evar brought to Knif ley We have anything found in all uptodate houses UNDERWEAR Heavy Winter Underwear for men women and children All sizes innet or sanitary fleece lined The very best makes HATS AND CAPS The Most Uptodate line of Hats and Caps ever brought to this place Come and see them we can please you R V Ihe Every BY THE INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest d the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Catered at the Columbia PoatoSce as secoxu gee mail matter IB 1907 BLISS Messrs Weed Tarter Mcln teer of Lamed Kansas were here this week their sister Mrs Mr John Parrish of Cumber land county is here this week Jno came here with a nice bunch of cattle and sold his in terest in some to Mr Mr Jake Miller came very near loosing his home not long since on roof from chim ney Had it lOt teen for some one who made the discov ery while the gamily were at dinner the hose would have soon burned but to be on the safe side he had a metal roof put on this week Mr Win Frs who is at St Marys in the reve nue spent at C M a nice bunch of cattle Friday to the market there were some fine butcher cows well fat ted for the time of year Mr of Exie Green county who bought the late M J Murrell farm has moved with his family and are now citizens of the Bliss Mr Ed Baker was married to Miss Eubank of Vester Tues day We welcome him and his new to our ty and a bright future Mr Baker was a brave and soldier boy and a good man Before this goes to print Mr i EM wife and a num of families will be their way to the far South West their future home 3 Mens and Boys Suits at prices to pleasb the buyer Large assortment Winter clothing just arrived to se lect from Buy where you do the best Ladies ITheCHELF KNIFLEY KY I Idai QuntM itw1t Published Wednesday Adair County News Company WED JAN visiting Sandidge visiting Herriford byapassing stationed business Sunday homeMr Herriford shipped Louisville Whitldck community companion communi bespeak forthem faithful Christian Staples Jber Gradyville wending CLOTHING It is sad to see so many of the bone and sinew of our county leaving to never return as citizens taking away money that is needed here all because the prop er efforts are not made to keep them here and to make capital means of transportation re sources for labor that would bring fair wages that would adorn our hillsides with the beauties of the vinyard and orchard and the fruit shipped to the markets of the world The fragrance of our new mown hay would invite the sons and daughters to return to the land that flows with milk and honey and a good honest living for all were her resources de veloped Master Tommy Conover son of John Conover Bant had croup this week Miss Clarice Stotts and two of Mr John Morans children started to the L WT S Mon day and are rooming at the old Christian College LAND STOCK AND CROP ITom Young bought 6 acres of land from Nathan McKinley 150Jop pa CorIR H Campbell sold three young Du roc Jersey hogs for 20 each There is a great demand for wellbred hogs and they sell readily at high figures M B May bought one black mare from John Earhart for 150 Messrs Gable and Shearer who live near here sold their farm to Reuben Cook 3700 and their personal holdings at public sale Thursday fair prices beingrealized A M Vaughan from Cave City was here several days of last week on a pros pective deal for a farm He is a dealer in fine stock and wants a farm of 300 acres Mr Wm smith bought 10 acres of land from Rouben Cookat 37 per acre Henry Buchanan sold the timber off of his farm for 4000 The timber is not good and this is considered a big deal for BuchananHatcher Cor 000 Venus Royse bought a yoke of of oxen from Granville Estes for 27 He ilso sold a yoke to Elbert Pulliam for 50 and another to Haskin Stapp for 30 Haskin Stapp sold a large yoke of work cattle for 90Dirigo Cor II 000 J C Jones sold to J W Corneal 2 hogs at 5 cents per pound Joe Fich bought of Erb White a nice mare for 5150 Mr Z T Pelley bought of B S Rector one hog t5 cents per pound Pelleyton Cor 000 Mr Geo W Staples purchased a sorrel gelding of E M Staples for 140 000 Mr Dave Bridgewater of Greens J BOOTS SHOES Heavy boots and shoes for every day wear also the nicest assortment of Gents Ladies and Childrens fine shoes we have ever offered to the public See our special for children VA- for for burg bought of Tandy and Herrif or 52 hogs at 6i cents Mr W B Rowe was here looking after cattleBliss Correspondent 000- Jo Yates sold last week his house and six acres of land near this place to Mr Vina Burris for 450 This is a nice piece of property and will make the old lady a desirable home to spend the remainder of her days Gradyville Cor 000 Mr George Young of Waterview Cumberland county father of R K Young of this city purchased of Mr J P Dohoney Sr about 150 acres of land for 15 per acre This tract is about one half of Mr Dohoneys farm and adjoins John Conover In our judgment this is the cheapest piece of property sold near Columbia for several years 000 Charles Herriford of Bliss sold Day Bridgewater 52 hogs at 51 cents and 17 steers at 3J cent per Ib also 4 heifers at 240 Deering Hardesty 35 cattle for 725 Flowers Bros 5 steers at 340 J H C Sandidge 5 steer for 85 J H Smith two steers for 47 and Tom Hughes 6 pigs for 12 Mr Herriford bought two cows fron Clayton Bell for 36 one from Dick Shirley for 20 one from Tom Hughes for 1260 9 hogs from Tom Hughes for 76 5 from R G Price for 46 60 barrels of corn from R G Price for 20 barrels from Luther Willis for 1120 40 barrels from E N Salmon for 80 two head of cattle from Tom Do honey for 48 three from Flowers Bro for 7250 two from Rev Sandidge for 301 cow from Bettie Smith 20 32- head of cattle from John Parrish of Bakerton 40 2 cattle from Zed Akin 40 000 Solomon McFarland sold Horace Mas sie and Claud Callison 4 mule colts for 317 an average of 7925 000 Braxton Massie sold Mr Whitlock near Bliss a pair of mules for 300 ooo Jo Reed unintentionally sold his span of horses to Sam Browning for 300 000 Burchett Smith will pay 80 cents for good wheat at their mill or at Exchange in ColumbiaI PAID LIST The News Honor Roll Is Your Name Written There W CGrider C R Royse C W Young W D Tarter J A Garrison Olen Rosenbaum 0 R McCaffree R T McCaffree Jas N Murrell W T McFarland J C Browning Parker Jackman W R Myers F T Smith Dr C M Murrell Alec Chewning W H Eads H Q Montgomery J W Nelson S H Murrell WA Garnett WC Murrell U H Kilpatrick G R Squires S D Barbee Win Butler J SL Lewis B H Lowe Geo Stults wont Montgomery H C Lucas Dr W f IIBUGGIES I We carry the Banner Brand buggies and surreys Remember that paint covers many a defect Be wisebuy from a home dealer Wagons Plows Mowers The excellence of the Weber wagon and Oliver Chill Plow is established the world ovev Farmers use them everywhere because they have stood the test We are also agents for the Deering Mower and Reaper and keep all kinds of repairs in stock IL I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF COLU MBIA CAPITAL STOCK = = = 25000 Only National Bank in County Only Bank in Couuty Under Government Control Only Bank in which Government allows post masters to De posit funds Only Bank inspected by United States agents without notice No chance to Pad Report U Only Bank Chartered by and under the supervision of the United States Government Only Bank under the provision of the National Bank Act de positors are secured not only by the Capital Stock but by the stock holders liability for an amount equal to the Stock Only Bank called on to make five detailed statements of con dition each year by the Government to be sworn to and published and its assets are critically examined two or more times a year by United States Agents thus securing additional safety to depositors rIL MACHINE SHOPOpened up by experienced Machinist Repairs Promptly and Correctly Made on Engines Boilers and all Machinery Shop well equipped- A C SURREY CAMPBELLSVILE KY I EIBradshaw E nson M Burton W T Ward Jno Eubank Z M Staples R K Young J B Montgomery R R Moss Jacob Miller W H Johnson J H Reynolds Ike Miller W H Sallee J D Eubank J A Willis Braxton Massie Rue Montgomery S H Myers Dorothy C Bailey C H Jones C W Keltner T G Coffey C W Dunbar Miss Lula Allen S G Banks H A Murrell J D Todd P H Bridgwaters W N Smith E J Page J W Sweeney P V Cundiff Finis Cundiff T J Epperson A O Young It A Stone E Butler M E Blair G W Coffey John Riall Jas 0 Grissom Lucien Moore Luther Wilmore Mat Wethington F P Dohoney D A Hughes John Arnold NR Roach W L Farris Jr A A Miller 0 H Mor rison C H Bryant Ed Staples Rich Grissom J J Hunter W R Williams Elmer Morgan Mrs Josa Jones R H Atkins James Williams Rev W C Clemments Miss Nora Lawson Wm Wilson Bradshaw WC Smith Penick Smith J N Page W L Stotts E E Akers E D Yates R P Breeding Charles Morris R A Walker H C Walker L C Hurt Mrs Mollie But Enterprise Hotel Chas F Gans Bro Props 223243 W Market St Bet Floyd and Preston Louisville 9 K hJcky RATES 100 Per Day DLi OReYTiK iT S2I240 Absolute satisfaction guaranteed Special rates to B 3ardersheI J AL Yates Mrs Georgia Shel Ier J P Dohoney Sr Mrs J W But J A Morgan Mrs Susan Rippetoe Mrs D E Tandy H D Cofer Alvin Browning Sel Bennett Corbett Breed ing J P Beard Louis Howell J T J R Christie G T SPrtie W F Cantrell Alvin Corbin J J Biggs George Hancock Ed Yates G L Rosembaum 0 E Young W W Bradshaw W R Watson T L Dun bar J T Goodman IThe Board of Supervisors are yet in session and are playing no favorites raising the assessment as they find it f necessary Born to the wife of Mr Frank Bur ton of McGaha Saturday evening January 12th a daughter Come and see the changes made in the Columbia Restaurant 10lt The Columbia Restaurant has been overhauled and can give you a first class meal J R RASNER Prop 10lt Mr W G Turner and child of this county was in Lakeland last Monday to see his wife who is confined in the asylum He reports no improvmentin her condition 17 H THE ADAIR COTJNTI NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 16 1907 5 NEW YEAR RESOLUTION We resolve that in the year of 1907 that I posye a starter at the following 1 Gal Sauer Kraut 25c 3 cans Polks corn 25c 3 cans Gooseberries 25c 6 cans Pet Cream 25c li lb can Baking Powder IOc 1 can Pink Salmon 10c 6 bars Grandpa Soap 25c Butchers lard per Ib best on earth 15c SnowDrift per lb lOc Two Gals Coal Oil 35c Five 85c Winchester Smokeless Shells 60c DONT FORGET Evening Cup Coffee 22c O C Coffee 15c Cream Nut Buster Square Deal R T Martin Ky Dew and all good chew ing tobacco Polks Red Mexican Old Tennessee Royal Brazil Dukes Durham Old Hillside smoking tobacco- A good line of cigars pipes etc We are thankful for the good lade given us and promise by close prices and courteous attention to merit your future orders S W BECK COT m 3 3 m PERSONAL T w m rEEEEEEEEE FEFE EE eFEE a Wm F Jeffries is in Louisville this eke jtfr G T Flowers was in Columbia day lid F J Barger of Esto was here weeks C Strange was on the sick ast week R Lyon the groceryman was hursday Montgomery of Joppa was aturday J Z Pickett is visiting relatives een county W G Burchett was on theist last week M Floyd Gentrys Mill was in nbia Saturday G White Ozark was here Wed ay and Thursday r G W Rubarts of Eunice was olumbia Monday r Harry W Gasard of Louisville visiting in Columbia res Barger of Esto was in Colum the first of the week no M Sullivan Esq of Russell nty was here last week Mr J D Walker who was quite- k last week is improving W G McKinley of Eunice was in olumbia the first of the week Jo Russell Jr has returned to his position as traveling salesman Corbett Breeding was in Columbia Saturday enroute for Burksville sK Eva Hunter of Gradyville vis i ted Miss Mildred Walker last week- S rr Waggener and David Baker of Btrkp illy were in Columbia over Sun t J Miss Margret Walker of Nell was visiting Miss Kate Walker the first of Ltl2 Wt kr iiI JLU faces of Norman Tenn was visiting relatives and friends in Adair last week Mrs Solomon Turpin who has been p quite sick for several days remains about the same I B W Todd of Oklahoma is vis iting the family of Dr W F Cart right in this city Mr E M Staples and wife nee Miss lanche Stotts left this morning for heir new home near Elida N M Mrs J P Scruggs after several feeks visit to her mother Mrs Mary Irnett returned to Midway Monday Wm F Jeffries the hardware mans at Green river last Friday to make rangements to have his goods ferried ross John Lee Miller better known as Bug Eye the shoe shiner at Prices Barber Shop was off his feed last weekMr Young and son Marvin bf Cumberland county visited Mr R K Young and family in this city the first of the week IMr Charles Cabell of Miama Green jounty was in Columbia Saturday rid gone of the beet twoyearold Pea ocks we have seen 2 f a Mr Vernon Taylor and family of Indiana who visited relatives and friends in Adair county several weeks have returned home Mr E D Yates of McGregor Texas and Miss Irene Yates of Gradyville were visiting their brother Mr Burton Yates near Joppa last Tuesday Mr Ernest D Yates who has been visiting in Adair for several days left Monday for his home at McGregor Tex accompanied by his sister Miss Irene Yates Messrs Joe Yates and family D A Grady and family and W L Sharp and family left Gradyville Monday for Mc Gregor Texas We regret very much see these people leave our county but trust that they may meet with health and happiness wherever they may be LOCAL NEWS Next Monday is Circuit Court Two candidates for postmaster What about a commercial Club Preaching at the four churches last Sunday The Farmers Club seems to haver come to life All Ladies Cloaks at cost to close W L WALKER The Tax rate for Campbellsville is 75 cents on the 100 The News with a circulation of 2400 is a good advertising medium Mrs Willie Robertson hafe accepted a position in the local post office We are for the bridge at Burks Ford first last and all the time The county roads will have to be im proved or navigation suspended Every body should be interested in the proposed bridge at Burks Ford Mr James Willis is erecting a barn for Mr Horace Young in Montgomery additon Wm F Jeffries Sons request all indebted to them to come and settle102t If you have something to sell tell the people through the News Others find it profitable J J Hunter of Gradyville is making a liberal proposition on page 8 Give him a call Simms Bros the tombstone men of Campbellsville are talking to the trade through the News Nearly eight thousand dollars on de posit in the Farmers Bank at Cane Valley the first day Born to the wife of Mr James Dar nennee Miss Marvin Nell Thursday January 10th a daughter We call attention to the clearance sale of Wilkerson Davis Campbells ville Many bargains are offered A great improvement could be made on any piece of road by the citizens spending a few days at labor thereon The Enterprise Hotel Louisville solicits the trade of Adair and adjoining counties Read their ad elsewhere Big reductions in men and boys Win ter clothing and over coats your time to get a bargain W L WALKER The recent local option election held in Somerset has been declared legal by the Board of Contest of Pulaski county Frank Sinclair is having his store room repapered Messrs J T Barbee Jr and JW Coy are doing the work All Winter goods at greatly reduced prices Give me a call and get my prices W L WALKER A Commercial Club has been organ ized at Campbellsville and judging from the men selected as officers and direct ors it will be a go Mr Melvin L White of Cliffs ide N C has a letter in todays News Mr White has promised us a number of letters this year which we are sure will be of interest to many Adair county people t THE m F ESTABLISHED 1855 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY COURCES OF STUDYCollegePrepratory Normal Shorthand Tyde writing Music Elocution Art A strong faculty attractive and uptodate courses of study excellent facillities for normal work unsurpa- ssled advantages in music elocution etc For further particulars consult the Principal A L WHITF1ELD about bridge Green maybe Fifty about good which summer hitched needs raided them settle takes EXPENSES Primary month NormalHCollegepreparatory Musicu ArtHBoard retains boys giqes occupy dormitory are under Shirley skill control partmentA rates except Music comingfromresident pupils paying I liiltl SIMS BROSDEALERS t Marble Granite Tombstones and Monuments Building Stone Have got Machinery all up and can turn out first class work on notice and can work our Granite rough Campbellsville Kentucky C V lC i 4L SriI WSV7 Sri Sri V Sri W v vj 1C Vw v immmm 7r m 7r7r iC iiiCm CZCm mnmm nw K vrmw nC 1 Having to give up the building we now occupy we offer entire stock of t y LSriinFUNISIIING GOODS 8 j1SrIIDI i 1CIV We have decided to close the Entis Stock at v n wi COST less a Reasonable Discount and prefer sell a nC m ing as Whole The Stock in Fine Jhape no Iodds and ends Will foe glad to show anyone then i5 Entire Stock Yours trul- yWILKERSON S 7IC r1 DAVISI 7tCL7K 1iwri ri 1 V v Sri rCv I J V v 1 C C 1 V v 1 v 7i71I 7i 11 irr7tC4 n irnm1I71 7ICm7IC 7iJiirr i7I iin7rm 7 The brickwork on the new post office building is completed The across river is six months offand then some cents per hundred for freight from Greensburg and cheap at that as 1000 pounds is a load We learn that the hill near the Tra bue property was worked last has become almost impassible A horse a buggy stalled this point last Sunday afternoon This roan the attention of the Sup ervisors A nest of counterfeiters was in Somerset last week and three men captured with necessary tools work on All notes and accounts are due will ask you to come in and ifyou do not want to receive a statement or personal dun W L WALKER EXJ Hardwick of Neatsburg has been sworn as Deputy Sheriff and is now discharging the duties of officeMr Hardwick the of Mr E M Staples who left this morning for Elida N t rJ c per 200 Intermediate 250 U 300 300 400 Elocution 250 300 Room per wk 150 200 The Principal a room in the Doritory occupied by the and them his personal at tention The girls the new and the care of Mrs R W a matron of rare and judgement who has of the boarding de reduction from the of tuition advance c 1 t t IN our = short from the jm rr m m our m a is 7jC w I wv to at the to now Mr in place M t i I in ti Miss Mattie Farris of Cane Valley and Mr T W Bridgewaters of Green Valleylasta meetingsomething will be doing in the way of road making Mr Pleasant A Morgan was married January13th tt officiating minister As we go to press the Board of Sup t i ervisors are still in session having fin thosetwocLc I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 16 1907 f WOMAN SUFFERAGE Their Presence In Politics Would Be Purifying The question of woman suffrage has often been agitated by the press and the people in some sections of this country but to the minds of a majority of men it has seemed an unwise law to adopt allowing pure and noble woman hood to have a voice in the corrupt political contests for office in this day and time because they are regarded as too sympathetic and kind to sustain an equal showing with unscrupulous men who make political trickery a part of their existence and a great many women are not looked upon by man as being posessed of sufficient determination and will power to cope with men who have powerful minds and the strength to carry their point in the direction of gain to themselves And again men think that wome may be easily turned from the tours they first might have intended to pursue by a little coaxing although a great many of the sex have strong wills and determination that ofte causes a man to come to the conclusion that he has met his equal on any prop osition This class of women would Mold their own in politics because they have minds of their own and they will not be changed from what they believe is proper and right There is no question but what womans presence in politics would lend a purifying influence to the corrupt methods now in vogu and doubtless most of them would vote with as much judgment and with as much regard to principles which woul be to the best interest of the Government as a majority of the men from the facts there are lots of men who have no regard for party principles and things that are best for our country they will vote any way for the almighty dollar Another thing can be said in favor of women and truthfully too and that is they would certainly not sell their votes under any considerationthey might vote for a man for love but not for moneyIf ever should be allowed to have a voice in choosing the public officers then why would it not be fair and just to allow them to hold a portion of the public positions in the gift of the Nation the County and the State It is very seldom indeed that a woman is elected to office unless it pertains to ed ucational affairs or to some minor position in the gift of the Government or the State or County although they are sometimes appointed to positions in the rpublic service This state of affairs does not exist on account of women not being qualified to perform the duties of office owing to the fact that a great many women of this day are better qualified better posted on the import ant questions constantly before the people than lots of fellows who are office holders- A popular idea when it is considered- in its true light would be to have more thought of the true womanhood of our country along these lines and take more consideration of their welfare give them a chance to prove their competency to cope with men in public affairs of life Do not put all the drudgery on them because they are gentle and will bear it Of course men should hold the reins of the Government in their hands but under them and in the voice of the people are many places that could be filled with credit by women Give the fair creatures of earth some consideration and let the men get out and do the work awhile F McL fOR SALE My store house and stock of goods and dwelling about 2 acres land a fine stock and tobacco barn on the premises in the town of Gradyville Adair county Ky I have a good going business any one wishing to go into the goods busi ness cant find a better location in Adair county Ky My reason for selling I am going West Will sell as a whole or in part No one has ever done busi ness at this stand but what has made money I refer you to J T Kemp Bradfordsville Ky J N Coffey Co lumbia Ky or H C Walker Gallion Ala or E H Hughes Quanah Texas If you mean business address me at Gradyville Ky J J HUNTER Fi MULES FOR SALE We have 15 head of mules FOR SALE Mostly mares 14 to 15 hands high and will be 3 years old in the Spring All mre fat sand nice Also one saddle J lhoraeCAMPBELL BROS 92t Ky t i jit J J l DIRIGO The past few days have been so warm that our farmers are beginning to think that spring is here But I withbthe next few days they will realize that it is a little too early to plant corn Mrs J W Campbell has had another stroke of paralysis and is in a critical condition J W McClister J J England G G Campbell and Hiram Stotts were in Columbia one day last week Mrs Charles Bennett Fair play visited her daughter Mr J W McClister several days last week G C McKinney and little daughter Lizzie Anna who have been visiting relatives here sine the Holidays returned to their home at Jeffersonville Indiana last Thursday An infant child of Mr and Mrs A J Harris is quite sick vith pneumoniaFinis Alvy Stotts and J G Campbell attended the sale at Fravis Keens in Cumberland county last Saturday Two little boys of Mr and Mrs TM Campbell were amusing themselves the other day by cut ting cornstalks with a hoe when one of them accidently dug the other on the head cutting a place about two inches long Keith Biby Glenville was here last Saturday to do some work on the boiler atthe saw mill of Camp bell Stotts Co R L Campbell has been suffering the past few days with a boil on his face Mrs Finis Stotts was on thick list a few days last week R 0 Stotts who has been sick for the past four weeks is conva lescentSam Garmon and wife Rugby visited J J England a day or so last week Robt Turner and family have removed to Oklahoma f Mrs James Brooks has rejoined her husband at Moody Texas Mrs Nancy England is visiting elatives in the Red Lick neigh orhood J W Campbell is on the sick list County Surveyor McCubbins has been here for the past few lays surveying land for J E 31oywell J M Campbell et al Charlie F Horness and Hayden Harvey entered school at Breeding last Monday R L Campbell closed his school at the Bird District January 4th This was his third term at that lace He says that he beleives hat the deportment at the above named school is without an equal and he is quite thankful for the kindness shown him by both patrons and pupils and shall ever treasure in sacred memory the friendship formed by such association r Long Live The King is the popular cry throughout European c mntries while in America the cry of- the present day is LongliveDr Kings New Discovery King of Throat and Lung Remedies of which Mrs Julia ItVnever fails to give immediate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold Mrs tines opinion is shared by a majority of the majority of the inhabitants of this country New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all other remedies have failed and for coughs and colds its the only=sure cure Guaranteed by T E Paul Druggest 50c and 100 Trial bottle freer 1 26 1f f fJ a1o J Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot weary it imparts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains in bottles 5c DIRECTORY 0 POST OFFICE J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days 730 m to 830 p m COURT CIRCUIT CoURTThree sessions a yearThlrd Monday In January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit Judge H C Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A Huddleston Sheriff W B Patteson Circuit Clerk J P Neat COUNTY CoimT First Monday In each mont- hJudgeJunius Hancock County AttorneyG P Smythe ClerkT R StulU JalJerA W Tarter Assessor G W Pike Surveyor W M McCubbin School Supt Mrs G R Shelton CoronerC W Rowe Cm Comt- TllayoCapt W W Bradshavr udlteAttomcyGordon Montgomery YarahaiS C Strange CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN BURKESVILLB STREETReV W C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth Sundays ir each month SundaySchool at 9 a m every Sab bath Prayermeetlng every Wednesday night METHODIST BURKESVHLH STREETReV A R Kasey pastor Services lit 2nd and 3rd Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday nightBAPTIST GREENSBURQ STREET pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night CHRISTIANC- AMPBELLSVUAE PIKE Eld ZT Williams pas tor Services second and Fourth Sundays In each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 Wednesday nightI m Prayermeeting LODGE MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A MRegnlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery W M E G Atkins Secretary CoLUMBIA CHAPTER R AM No 7 meets Friday nIght after full moon SAM LEWIS H P Horace Jeffries Secretary COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon jlET B STULTS RECORDER SAVE MONEY We have made clubbing arrangements with the following papers Louisville Herald daily Adair County News weekly Courier Journal weekly Adair County News weekly Louisville Herald weekly Adair County News weekly and and 2 OOI 150 1251 The Daily Herald is worth 100 per year and is a good paper but by a special proposition we make it to you in connection with the News at 100 but your subscription to our paper must be paid in advance Send all orders to the Adair County News Columbia Ky The News and Louisville Daily Herald J r Vv7c i i OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOS 040000 eYou Like iDo y SERVICE p O IF You Do Send Your Q SASH 75ND 0OO E L Hughes Co I215217219 E Main f LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Sty O Our facilities are unsurpasseda trial order will convince Q WHEN IN LOUISVILLE GET ACQUAINTED WITH THE PROGRESSIVE FIRM O HUBBUOH BROS Centrally Located 0 524 526 528 West Market Street v WALL PAPER A New Department I AssortmenttO OWelcomeAlwaysOnotp + i4444444444g 444444444 00+ 00000 00 ODp I FRANK CORCORAN I gHIGHGRADE MARBLE AND GRANITE t CEMETERY WORK OF ALL KIND TRADE FROM ADAIR AND Q ADJOINING COUNTIES SOLICITED SEE us BEFORE YOU BUY OQ Main Street Lebanon Ky- X00 4444444400 t oss s spppz Fifth Avenue Hotel PIKE CAMPBELL MGROi Refurnished Redecorated and Re modled A Firstclass Hotel at Popular Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE iFIFTH O AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS s Louisville Kentucky DO4OOa00004 T044044p44mp j r 7 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 16 1907 7 IRVIN S STORE Marion Thomas died last Saturday of a complication of dis oldeaFriendship Sunday Born th the wife of Thomas Scales a boy Last Friday Sheriff Hammond accompanied by his two deputies Shelby and Butcher arrested Harrison Gosser and Carlisle Roy Gosser soon give them the slip They brought Roy to this place and he undertook to run off 15 or 20 shots were fired at him and he fired two at Shelby He was soon surrounded and taken safely to jail where he will have a hard time of it for some time The Fonthill roller mills have resumed work again after a holi day and still make the best off flourJ M Wilson of Nancy was here one day last week Mrs James Roy who has been at Lakeland asylum for some time is back home much im proved The new church at Union is lmost completed A Memorable Day One of the days we remember with jasure as well as with profit to our lUth is the one on which we became uainted with Ir Kings New Life- s the painless purifiers that cure Ldache and biliousness and keep the Icels right 25c at T E Pauls Store PELLYTON Ir Owen Lemmon wife and le son Wilbert are visiting atives at this place Born to the wife of C R Ru rts January 1st agirl Mr W H Barnett will have sale next Saturday and leave THE Jackof al1Trades W F JEFFRIES SON Ages STREET 1 f it A for Dallas Texas Mrs Susie and little son Other visited relatives at Columbia last week Miss Nora Neat of Ella is visiting her brother Tom Neat this week Messrs T 0 Morton Ennis Sanders Marvin Perryman and Miss Daisy Morton left last Sun day for Columbia where they will enter the Training school Born to the wife of Ben Blair December 20th a girl Messrs Bennett and Grover Henson who have been confined to their rooms for some time with typhoid fever are rapidly improving y Mothers wfto ve their children Ken nedys Laxative containing Honey and Tar invariably indorse it Child ren like it because the taste is so pleas CoughIcroup the cold out through the bowels Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by Dr J N Page IDIRIGO Robert Stotts who has fever is still in a very critical condition Landy Stotts sold a horse to- Ed Wheeler price unknown R E Strange who tends the stave yard at Greensburg is at home for a few days Stotts and little sister IClandy visited relatives at last week Miss Bertha Hamilton Nell was at J R Royses one night last week Willie Spoon and Miss Lola Page of near here were married a few days ago Rev T J Campbell officiating Elbert and Owen Pulliam HEPumps Water Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery tie Is Running the Prss For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street KEMTU Wall Plaster C08I ALL KINDS OF PLASTERING MATERIAL AGENTS FOR PLASTER BOARD BOTH PHONES 2267 Louisville Ky I OUR BRANDS LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER IKentucky CEMENT PLASTER without sand Write for testimonials PRASTER PLANT Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 BENNETT CO AND WHOLESALE CHAIRS DEALERS IN i D MATTRESSES 1ITFIFTHANPSIXTH fko Lerbaugh LindsayWilson LOUISVILLE Louisville Ky Fairplay visited relatives at this place last week William Harris is laid up this week with a very severe boil on the foot H A Moss Greensburg was at Houston Strangers last Wed nesday night Miss Bettie Strange is on the sick list this week J G Campbell visited his sis ter Mrs Eldridge Stotts at Gradyville last Wednesday and ThursdayMiss Earles is visiting relatives in the Breeding neigh borhood this week TILE EVENING POST By special arrangement we can fur nish you The Adair County News The Daily Evening Post Home and Farm all for one year and The Kentucky Governors Wall Chart for 375 This is one of the best propositions in the newspaper world Send all orders to The News Columbia Ky If you do not want the Home and Farm deduct 25 cents from above order CANE VALLEY S C Neat was calling on our merchants last Monday Uncle Billy Peterson moved to Coburg this week Ruel Hutchison lost a valuable work horse one day last week Charley Jones was visiting the family of G B Hendrickson one night last week J W Hancock who has been confined with rheumatism is able to be out again The recent rains have made some of our dirt roads almost impassible It would be well for us to take notice of this and next summer let us prepare for winter time in the way of road making Mrs Fannie Page wife of W B Page has been very sick for several days F E G Christie and family have returned home after an ex tended visit to friends and rela tives in Taylor county Ed Eubank returned home from Edmonton where he attend ed the funeral services of his sis ter Mrs Mollie Vanzantt Jack Bailey and two sisters Misses Mollie and Anna left last Friday for Moody Texas where they will make their fu ture home ITom Bumgarner and wife of 111 returned home after a pleasant visit to friends andrelatives at this place G Atkins called on our mer IE here last veekijWIre W S Griffin one 01 uur model farmers has finished up his farm in the way of stump pulling and where he has been taking up stumps that have so long occupied so much good soil there is a marked inprovement Anyone who is bothered by having to plow around stumps year in and out will do well to call on the above named gentle man and get a pattern of his horse power stump puller for it does the work 0 K Our new bank at this place did itself proud The first days business reached a ten thousand dollar deposit This is quite an encouragement to the management and speaks well for the community It only shows what the cooperation of citizens will do We do love to see a man hold up his own bank or any thing else of his own community Beware of the man who will pull his own countrys interest down 8J J1 JOPPA We are having beautiful weather now Farming talk seems to be the order of the day but not much work done yet Buggies and runabouts have to be set aside on account of the roads being in such bad condition Mr Ben Powell has moved from here to the Dr Miller place to live with his daughter Mrs Wm Willin Our merchant Mr Sam Coffey- is still paying 19s cents for eggs The wheat crop looks well and promises to be a good one R 0 Cabbell and mother vis ited Mr W D Montgomerys family at Ozark Saturday Mr John Young is having the ell part of his house raised higher which will add a great deal to the looks of it Miss Dora Young has been on the sick list a few days E T Jeffries of Columbia was here Friday on business Mr Oliver Willis and family and Mr Bert Willis left Monday for McComb 111 Misses Pinkie Ruba and Laura Jeffries entertained very charm ingly a large crowd Tuesday nightThe Sunday school at Zion has a very good attendance though it could be better Nearly every person who is subject to attacks from the stomach suffers from a morbid dread of a dietetic treat ment for relief that is threefourths starvation and onefourth toast and milk On the other hand you can eat as you please and digest the food the aid of a good digestant thus byI the tired stomach equally as much Eat what you please and take a little Kodol For Indigestion after your meals It digests what you eat Sold byIDr J N Page Columbia Ky- TIIURLOW The health of this community is very good The sick list contains Mrs Mar tha Arnett and Uncle Alex JeffriesMiss Iva Wilcoxson is visiting at Mr G A Blakemans Messrs Cosby Tucker and Hensley Warf of Ill are visiting relatives at this place Elroy the little son of H B Shuffett fell from a fence and broke his arm a few I days ago but is improving nicely Misses Mary and Pernie Loy visited their grand parents Mr and Mrs G S Hood from Satur day untill Thursday A nice oyster soup supper was given at Mr David Blakemans a few nights ago and was enjoyed by all present Mr Claud Huffman and Miss Lidda Wilcox daughter of R J Wilcox a prosperous merchant of Exie and also Greensburg were married Wednesday Dr W B Helm our coroner was called to Miami last Satur day to hold an inquest over the dead TO TOBACO SHIPPERS We wish to stateto our friends t ugh out the tobacco growing sectii that we are not connected directly nor indirectly with any other warehouse or warehouse company We conduct a STRICTLY INDEPENDENT Tobacco Warehouse Commission Busi ness and respectfully solicity our patron age C A BRIDGES Co Props PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Louisville Ky i i j d C M WISEMAN SON I Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians U Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall 132 W Market St Bet Ist 2d St LoUlsvdle Ky S D Crenshaw VETINERY SURGEONf Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fairprices I am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONE HALF MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMBIA POINTMENT y Coffins AND Caskets HI keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it patromze j J Snow Russell Springs r HotelAND estaurant jj W N Brlnton Son Proprietors Lunch at all Hours Day or Nijit COMFORTABLE ROOMS The trade of Adair and adjoiLing comities solicited LEBANON KENTUCKY YYYYY7r W Everett Lester DENTIST t f Liberty a Kentucky i WILMORE RiFirstslass Table Good Sample Rooms Feed Stable Reasonable Rate WI M WILMORe fRO is radyvllle Kentucky t j c i 8 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY16 1907 wICLOSING OUT SALE Having made up my mind to go West I wil clos e our my stock of General Mer= chandise at Grady ville Ky at very low prices for Cash or Produce Consisting of Groceries Dry Goods Hats Caps Shoes Clothing and nearly everything KEPT IN A GENERAL STORE THE PRICES ON CLOTHING AND LADIES AND CHILDRENS CLOTHING WILL BE REDUCED ONE = ThIRD TO CLOSE THEM OUT U Shoes very low Best brands of Calico 5 cts per yard Outing Cloth that was lOc per yard now 7c per yard 17 POUNDS GRANULATED SUGAR 1 20 Ibs BROWN SUGAR I GREEN AND ROSTED COFFEE VERY LOW While this Sale is going on I will keep a Stock of Groceries on hand and try to supply you Nails and Wire very low as long as they last COME WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE J J HUNTER Qiadyville Ky l tt to I I i r qr4Ti fI lrlr flI t t je o q f 1rc WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS Weeks appeningsNews Important or Otherwise as Report ed By Our Corps of Correspondents t GRADYV1LLE Rev J W Sexton preached at the Baptist church last Sunday Rev G Y Wilson is holding a revival service at Summer Shade church this week Miss Mollie and Rose Hunter visited at Columbia a few days of last week Mr and Mrs L C Hindman visited the family of Mr W A Hindman near Milltown last Sun day Rev J A Johnson spent last Friday night with the family of C 0 Moss while on return from GlasgowMr Yates who has been located in the good old state of Tenn for the past year is vis iting his many friends and rela tives in this community Mr and Mrs Ed Baker of Bliss spent a day or so visiting their relatives in our city last week Dr S A Taylor was called to I see Mr James Kemp of Kemp last Friday Mr Kemp is one of the best citizens of that commu nity and we trust he will be restored fo his usual health in the near future A W Tarter of Columbia was on our streets one day last week shaking hands with his friendsThos Dudley and Jo L Gar nett of color have the chromo both have taken down a fox a piece at a long range recently Austin Wilmora has accepted a position with Terry Hughes Commer Co of Glasgow in their whole sale dry good depart ment Mrs Geo H Nell entertained a few of her friends last Saturday in honor of her brother Ernest Yates o f Brownwood Texas Miss Ann Dohoney one of Mill towns accomplished young ladys spent a day or so here last week JjDtheir brother Mr J A Diddle of our city a few day of fclst week Mr John D Lowe the popular I I I shoeman of Columbia called to see us on his return from Nell last Friday where he sold Walker Sons a nice lot of shoes John sure has the right prices and the shoes too Miss Clara D Wilmore who has been teaching at Edgaton Mo for the past four or five months returned home last Wed nesday Miss Clara is well pleased with Mo Alvan Kemp of Jones City Oklahoma is spending a short t U withrelatives and friends n this community Mr W L Grady the well known stockman of this place recieved a telegram one day last j week for a Peacock horse to bet shipped to Brownwood Texas at once J F Pendleton the well IMr tobacco dealer o f this informed your reported that he had bought about fifty thousand pounds up to this time Mr G T Flowers spent last Friday in Columbia and on his re turn his son Lee a student of the L W T S accompanied him- home i Mrs C Wilmore spent several days of last week visiting her daughter Mrs H A Walker of Columbia Mr W C Hill and wife entertained a few of their friends one night last week with some excel lent stringed music Misses Mollie Flowers and Ma ble Hindman were the guests of Miss Pearl Hindman of the Mill town community last Thursday Mr E F Rowe one of Sparks vines well known farmers was on our streets last Friday and reportedeverything moving nice ly in his section Mr Rowe is a fine talker and well up on most any subject and our people usual ly flock around to get the news Come again Dr L C Nell bought last week from J C Yates his farm for 800 This farm is part of the late J A Coffey farm and is con sidered one of the best farms in the community for the amount of land 7 k i The social at the home of Mr and Mrs C C Stephens on Fri day night was well attended and the young people enjoyed the occasion very much Mr J M Wilson one of our wide awake farmers as well as business men was in our midst last Friday and informed your re porter that he was just through slaughtering hogs and it goes without saying that he has every thing in store to make life easy and happy His estimable sister Miss Juliza knows exactly how to prepare the good things for the table and to make you feel pleasant when in their midst At all times the latch string is on the outside of the door ready for your welcome Started for Brownwood Texas last Monday Mr D A Grady and family W L Sharp and family Jo Yates and family in company with Ernest Yates and his sister Miss Irene We regret very much to give up these good citizens as we are all aware they will not only be missed in the business circle but their pews 4 in the Sunday School and church will be vacant We certainly can commend these good people to any community wherever they may locate Food dont digest Because the stomach lacks some one of the essen tial digestants or the digestive juices are not properly balanced Then too it is this undigested food that causes sourness and painful indigestion Kodol For Indigestion should be used for re lief Kodol is a solution of vegetable acids It digests what you eat and corrects the deficiencies of the diges tion Kodol conforms to the National Pure Food and Law Sold here by Dr J N Page FARM FOR SALE I will sell or rent for cash my farm one mile below old Neatsville For full details apply to B T NEAT Neats burg Ky 93t The Charming Woman is not necessarily one of perfect form and features Many a plain woman who could never serve as an artists model possesses those rare qualities that all the world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin and that 11accompanyweak woman is never attractive not even to herself Electric Bitters re store weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin beautiful complexion Guaranteedat T E Paul Druggist 50cbMULES FOR SALE We have 15 head of mules FOR SALE Mostly mares 14 to 15 hands high and will be 3 years old in the Spring All are fat and nice Also one saddle horse CAMPBELL BROS a 92t Creelsboro Ky 1 j wx KFRED W HARDWICK Pres J H COCKE V Pres R H DIETZMAN Supt W T Pyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 1VllLkLkWtIGJ4TS mAcfiItllSTSDEALERS IN ENGINES MILLSGRIST I 1301 THIKTeeNTHMMN LOUISVILLe Kinds of Machinery Repaired HATCHER Daniel and Robert Miller had sheep killed and 5 crippled by dogs this week A great deal of hard feeling was engendered by killihg a guilty dog and no doubt some indictments will be found against party owning dog Miss Nina Winn of Bruce Ky is visiting relatives in Taylor and Green countes She has made many friends during her stay and they all wish her to make another visit soon Dr SH Kelsey who recently located here has had several calls and all are satisfied that he is well qualified to practice his professionMrs Moody who has been confined to her room with pulmonary trouble is not any better and is not expected to live long Judge Isaac Thurman commenced Court Monday His in structions to the jury put terror in the minds of the law breakers He conducts Court on strictly business principlesno partiality anyoneIThe people are beginning to feel the need of a bridge at Green river Business is partially ef fected on this side of the river and the sooner the bridge is re uilt the better condition busi ness will be Mr and Mrs Richard Gaines entertained the young people Saturday evening There was large attendance and no one regretted going 3CA ty t SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work J O BINO WORK SOLICITED IIAll Mr Alex Marcum and family of Greensburg are visiting rel atives here Rev Wood Prescott preached at Liberty Sunday Mr and Mrs C C Miller of Mt Vernon are visiting relatives in this community The New Bobbitt HoteL NEAR DEP- OTLEBANON KYrNeat Rooms Good Beds Good Table Fare and as Good Accommodations as found anywhere First class in everything and most reasonable in price The patronage of Adair County solicited PropIJAMES TRIPLETT DENTIST RESIDENT PHONE 29 OFFICE PHONE 40 RING 2 rSTOFFiCE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY DrO S Dunbar DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING w PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky The News and Louisville Daily Her aId 2 i