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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Lot J1 Sr 2 f tt bDrfUrw j jf l iftiJ2 at t titA l 1 U j VOLUME 10 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27 1907 NUMBER 16 L FEBRUARY SESSION City Council Met Thursday Evening Much Talk and Little Bus mess Transacted I At the regular meeting of the City Council Thursday evening February 21st the followingwere present Capt W W Bradshaw Mayor Gordon JHQntgomery Attorney Councilmen A S Chewning J B Coffey and Horace JeffriesVery little business of any nature was transacted excepting the payment of numerous small claims for road mak i I Garnett was granted a per ietc a twostory brick building on th of Campbellsville street and le public square The permit calls a building 50 feet and 5 inches by eet payor Bradshaw appointed a com tee composed of City Attorney tgomery and Councilman Jeffries ake arrangements with the Elec tight Company service for regular light City Attorney was authorized to property holders whose fences ings were over the line take te steps to get within their MEDICAL SOCIETY Adair County Medical Society beet in Columbia on Thursday 14th 1907 with the following ramhe of medicine William ir he Public HealthU L Taylor eport of a Case W F Cartwright Medical EthicsR Y Hindman VEmphysema J C Gose We want every physician in tne ipunty to be present Besides the bove program other matters will be scussed matters of importance to the h fession and to the people f C M RUSSELL ft R Y HINDMAN I U L TAYLOR DEATH OF CCSQUIRES fr C C Squires of Green county Thursday morning at 6 oclock result of a stroke of paralysis about years ago from which he never overed The deceased was about years of age and a wellknown and hly respected citizen of that section Mr Squires is mourned by a wife kid ten children two of whom Mrs J Pickett and Mrs S W Dohoney ide in Columbia- he funeral services were held Fri I afternoon at Summershade church owed by the interment at the fam burying ground PUBLIC SALE till on Thursday Feb 28th 1907 for sale all of my personal prop consisting of 2 mares 2 cows onf a good organ one new buggy ehold and kitchen furniture farm mplements etc L T NEAT Gar y 15tf REVERSED case of Shipp vs the Common h from Taylor county was re last week by the appellate It will be remembered that i was charged with killing Joe L in Campbellsville and was tried iJAdair county jury- OBITUARY rly Saturday morning a tender 5pnger came calling Mrs Mattie ody the beloved wife of Mr George ody of Taylor county home to her deemer The illness of Mrs Moody as of several months duration but it vas borne with the gentle patience known only to those who walk with God The summons found her ready and willing to move upward and onward irith a fuller Knowledge and greater iappiness The deceased was a member of the M 3p Chug rch and was identified with best social circle of her community f Her charity kindness and goodness of heart won for many friends who re mained loyal to her death Mrs Moodys unspoken creed of usefulnnss could be well written in these words I shall go through this life but once every good thing that I can do or any kindness that I can show let me do it now let me notdefer it nor neglect it for I shall not pass this way but once Weep not that her toil is over Weep not that her race is run God grant thatwe may rest as sweetly When like hers our work is done Till then we would yield with gladness Our loved ones to himto keep And rejoice in the sweet assurance He giveth His loved ones sleep LUTHER and MATTIE The Columbia Brass Band furnished the music for the Ladies Aid Society Friday night at the supper and its compliments were as the sands of the seashore The many complimentary expression of the Band were justly due for the music was truly to the taste of all present We are authorized by the Ladies of this society to extend to the excellent young men of the Band their heartfelt thanks for their good music and good will The CourierJournal proposes to find the the three prettiest women in the state and then defy the rest of the country on the beauty of women The prize for the most beautiful woman in Kentucky is 100 for the second 50 for the third 25 If you know of a lady whose beauty impresses you as a model secure her photo and mail to the Editor of the Beauty Contest Courier Journal The three story Garage building in which the Ladies of the Christain Church gave their elegant supper on the night of the 22nd inst was beautifully lighted by electricity and comfortably warmed by steam The receipts amounted to about 35 with a small amount off for expenses Everything went off nicely Parties in the East having seen Mr Azbills article in the Manufacturers Record since the organization of the Commercial Club have been writing to learn more specifically about timber coal and other minerals in this country What we need just now is better roads to aid us in developing the real worth of this country Mr G B Smith sold his farm on the Stanford road to Mr M 0 Stephenson of Esto Russell county for 3300 Mr Stephenson is one more of Russell countys best citizens to cast his lot with us For the present Mr Smith will occupy the Sam Shreve residence near the mill The Womans Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church will meet at the home of Mrs Georgia Shelton Thursday 230 oclock The ladies and friends of the Society are cordially in vited to attend Marriage license were granted last week to Felix D Moss and Miss Meely F Burress and J F Easthorn to Miss Nannie L Tarter COMMISSIONERS SALE JADAIR CIRCUIT COURTOF Mollie G Hunter c Plaintiff t Rosa E Hunter c Defendent f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the January Term thereof 1907 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer forsale at the CourtHouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday tech 49 1907 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described prop ety towit Two tracts of land lying in Adair county on the waters of Butlers Fork creek 1st tract contains 115J acres 2nd tract contains 10 acres For complete discription of land reference is made to judgment recorded in order Book No 10 page 605 in the Adair Circuit Court Clerks office For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must ex ecute Bond bearing legal interest from the days of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment H T BAKER Master Commissioner 2 ji FREIGHT LINE To Connect Columbia and CamP bellsvieMay Be installed at Once Unless plans which have been nearly perfected go for naught Columbia is to have a trainkyars if you will which will whistle for crossings and chu chu in the most approved style The day for knockers and sore heads has passed those who have said Columbia will never hear the whis tle or see a train can take a back seat for shes most here Ere many moons have slipped away the good old town will be thoroughly aroused by the shrill blast of the locomotive and the chug chug of the freight as she pulls the grade In true Rip Van Winkle style we will rub our eyes and ask What it is But it will not be a dream or a piece of imagerythe kyars will be there beyond the ques tion of a doubt It seems too good to true but unless some unforeseen cir cumstance is in ths way it is a fact Messrs W R Myers and L W Bennett left for Lexington Monday with a view to inspecting while at work the outfit mentioned above For some time the above named gentlemen have been in correspondence with a concern for a traction engine and road cars to be used in transporting freight from Campbellsville to Columbia ana should they be pleased with the work ing we will soon have means of carrying from thirty to forty thousand pounds of freight at one time Many methods and suggestions as to getting better freight service have been advanced but we have heard of no plan which seems so feasible as the one about to be adopted by Messrs Myers and Bennett Success to you gentle men SKATING RINK Messrs George M Hendrick and Frank Hill are preparing to open a skating rink in the front room of Mr Hedricks warehouse on South Main street The room is 50x60 a new floor is being laid and dressed off they ex pect to open up Friday or Saturday evening the skates having arrived Wayne County Outlook PAINFUL ACCIDENT While sewing one day last week Mrs W R Grissom of this city run the needle into her wrist the instrument breaking off For a day and night she suffered intensely but by the aid of an Xray the broken part was located Mrs Grissom is resting easily at present and her many friends trust will not suffer any further inconvenience SERIES OF MEETINGS The series of meetings in progress at the Presbyterian church in this city continues to be fairly well attended but very little interest shown up to the present Rev Evans is preaching tell ing sermons and is an earnest worker in the Masters cause- PREAChIING NEXT SUNDAY J L Adkins Gradyville W H C Sandidge Union A R Kasey Columbia J L Johnston Milltown G Y Wilson Pickets Chapel T J Campbell Clensfork F J Barger Beech Grove ZT Williams Cane Valley H T Jessee White Oak- CELEBRATION The pupils of the M and F duly cele brated the birth of Washington last Friday Readings music and an address by Dr Joseph Evens and music by the band The exercieses were very en tertaining THANKS On behalf of the Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church Iwish to ex press very hearty thanks to the memr bers of the Columbia Band for the kind assistance rendered by them at the supper given at the Garage last Friday evening Their music was very much appreciatedMrs AZBILL President The Green River bridge is underway The new street known as Tutt Aye flue has been graveled The local option fight in Lebanon will be pulled off March 27th We have added twenty to thirty new subscribers since our last issue Next week we publish a very inter esting article from Melvin White Rev J Frank Turner will preach at Hutchinsons School house next Sun day The Standard Hardwood Lumber Co expects to get to work within the next week Dont forget the importance of a full meeting of the Commercial Club next Monday night The Minuet was rendered in a very pleasing manner last Friday evening by Miss Mary Myers The Commercial Club will meet in the Courthouse next Monday night Put this down and attend Minnie Massie formerly of Columbia was sent to the Frankfort penitentiory from Monticello for two years Green county means business on the turnpike question Cant we build similes x to secure 18 miles of good road Mr N A McKinley of Ozark was in Columbia Monday and had the New- print him some nice horse and jac bills Washingtons Birthday was observed in Columbia by the banks and schools All other business houses were wid openThe Meeting of the Directors of th Commercial Club next Thursday night in the office of J S Stapp or The News Office The News job department is well pre pared to take care of your orders for horse bills Give us a call and be con vinced MrE L Feese has accepted a posi tion with the Electric Light Company and is now making more light and bet ter light Mr E L Grider and Miss Bertha Taylor were married Sunday February 24th at the home of Rev Abrell near Glensfork The Lookout Committee have some valuable and practical information about building turnpikes which will be given to the Club at its next meeting Campbellsville Creamery Campbells ville Ky has been incorporated wit 8000 capital The incorporators ar G W Hord J M Coakley and W C Payne of Campellsville FOR SALE Acetylene Gas Genera tor pipe and all fixtures for Acetylene Light Plant also one large Spring wagon JOE WILLOCK Campbellsville 14tf Mr L C Winfrey assignee of Page Moore Cane Valley states that he hopes to finish selling the stock of goods within a few days The liabili ties of this firm are 3064 and assets will be about 2150 Mrs Eliza Wilson of the White Oak country died Saturday evening The deceased was eighty years of age and a highly respected and beloved lady The funeral services and interment was Sunday FOR RENT My store house at Coburg A good of the best loroomy building and one cations for a store in this section Ad dressMRS LUMMIE STUBBS 134t Coburg Ky The Lindsay Wilson Training School has an ad in today s News This is one of the most flourishing institutions in Southern Kentucky as shown by the en rollment of over three hundred Read their ad G a ij fAIR GROUNDS I 7 To Be Sold at Public Auction Next Monday March the 4tht The Master Commissioner will sell the Fair Grounds near Columbia next i Monday This property is especially suited for a fair and has been used for that purpose for many years The lay of the land meets the requirements the abundance of shade and the supply of pure water together with its location make it an ideal fair ground While this is a desirable piece of prop erty yet its highest valued is realized for fair purposes So far as we know there will not be any organized effort to keep up the fair or to buy in this property but if there are any who are so inclined now is the time To allow the fair grounds to pass to some one who will use it for private purposas means that Columbia may never have another fair but if it is to be used fora place of public entertainment then those interested in holding a fair ought to prepare to bid it in The sale is next Monday and there may be some lively biding PAID LIST News Honor Roll Is Your Name Written There Mrs J F Claycomb R B Willis T FoleyiM LawlesskJ Blankenship J G Sutto C A Ham monds M J Leach Baby Scholl W M Black Brooks Savage Sam Aarons AlonzoeBarger W W Owens Andrew Steph ens R E L Waters A M Foley WeT Selby W N Stokes W P Rowe W Z Roy W D King Sophie Allen J H Barger Jo Carnes J JC Butch er R J Zimmerman F L Selby JG Stanton J E Rice W S Griffin W J Biggs Mrs N E Dillingham F J Barger H G Chilson S C Noe C R Cabell J M Hancock Mrs Rosa Brashear T R Price J R Coffey 3 H Pelly Miss May Smith Dr WT Triplett J F Montgomery Garnett Montgomery A G Todd R P Smith W 1 Fee e W B Moore SPECIAL JUDGE Hon James F Montgomery of this city has been appointed special Judge of the Wayne Circuit Court of MODtircello to preside at a special term of the Wayne court called for the purpose of clearing up the Civil Docketf SALEeI have a good five year old Jack that I will sell publicly on the March County Court Day unless sold privately before N M HANCOCK Cane Valley Ky 152t The supper given by the Ladies Aid Society of the Christum Church at the Gararge last Friday was a success an every particular The bill of fare excellent attendance good and the band right there with firstclass music The Board of Directora of the Com mercial Club will meet next Thursday night If you are specially interested in the advancement of this town Dr county they would be glai ip have you present E3 Only a few waeks unfit the April term of the Adair Fiscal Court How many citizens have expressed them selves to the magistrate x the xoad question If you waRt gee roads make a fight for them FARM FOR SALE I will sell my farm fia des East of Columbia OH the Columbia end Liberty road consisting of 70 acne oneihird in timber For urthur particulars pply to D M MOORS EafcKyl24t 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY FEBRUARY 27 1907 I 1TSNO TROUbLET- o I Cross the Bridge at Greensburg now and when you are in Greensburg it will be no trouble for JOHN A HOBSON to show you the Biggest Line of I t I Wall Paper Furniture Hardware Harness Sash Doors Lime II Cement Metal and Rubber Roofing Wire and Wire Fence AND AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES SAMPLES OF WALL PAPER SENT ON APPLICATION JOHN A HOBSON r Greensburg Ky 1 i fI I iI SPLENDID ADDRESS lelivered Rev R B Grider At the IIbration Following is the address in full delivered by Rev R B Grider at the Court House here upon the one hundredth aniversary celebration of the birth of General Robt Edward Lee on January the 19th 1907 Ladies and Gentlemen I appreciate very much the honor the Daughters of the Confederacy have conferred upon JOB by inviting me to deliver the ad dress on the occasion of the one hun derdth aniversary of the birth of that great and good manGeneral Robert Edward Lee and yet I feel some de tree of embarrassment in attempting a task so great before some who having Been personally acquainted with Gen oral Lee and having so loyally followed lim through the great struggle between the States knew him better than it is possible for me to know him Robert E Lee was the son of Gen Henry Lee familiarly known as Light Horse Harry Lee of Revolutionary lame He descended from a long line of noble English ancestry Gen Henry Lee died when his son Robert was but eleven years old thus upon his young shoulders fell the burden of caring for his widowed mother perhaps no Loy vas ever more thought ful for the wants of a mother than Robert E Lee He was so devoted to her that when he was leaving home toI enter the Military Academy his mother said How can I do without Robert He is both som and daughter to me Having been preceded by an ancestry cf statesmen and warriors reaching far Lack into Englands history it seemed but natural that young Robert should decide to enter the army He accord ingly entered the Military Academy at West Point at the age of eighteen and graduated four years later with second honors in his class and without a single demerit Those who were familiar with young Lee while in the Nil itary Academy and knew of his good deportment his cor rect habits of study his strict integrity and his superior intellectual ability predicted for him a career of greater usefulness than that of the average raduate from the military Academy Soon after he graduated he was ried to Miss Mary Custis who was theI greatgranddaughter of Mrs Washington this perhaps had a great deal to do in determining the future of that brilliant young soldier for he had married a woman of superior intellect 1 rrV wT5 1 of nnvcvrf v fln1 Ant ind culture and great kindness of heart thus the domestic relations ol Gen Lee must have approached very learly the American Ideal Gen Lee first came into great mil itary prominence by the distinguished services he performed in the Mexican War for which he was covered with brevets He showed such extraordina ry skill as a tactician and fieldconi dander that General Scott referred to kim as The very best soldier I ever saw in the field Just after the Mexican War he be came Superintendent of the Military Academy His thorough knowledge of the Academy in former days being aug f4r f rli r 2 mented by his actual experience on the field of battle had eminently prepared him for the new position Having a keen sense of the responsibility now resting upon him he introduced many changes and brought about many reforms in the Academy that were whole some and conducive to the best inter bodyI sent to Fort along the coast with a corps of engineers to make greater preparation for the coast de Tense Little did he think that within the next few year she with a great army would be as eagerly engaged in an ef fort to destroy these fortifications When the dark clouds of the Civi War were gathering Gen Lee was stationed in Texas The infirmities of age were so upon Gen Scott as to practically unfit him for further service at the head of the army in the field It became apparent that Gen Lee was the logical man to succeed Gen Scott Lee himself was not a secessionist and declared when approached upon the subject that If the millions of slaves in the South were mine I would free them all with one stroke of the pen to avert this war Every influence possible was being brought to bear upon General Lee to induce him to re main with the Federal government to this end President Lincoln sent a mes senger to Gen Lee and offered to give him supreme command of the forces in the field He loved the Stars and Stripes under which he fought so bravely in the Mexican War and to ac cept Mr Lincolns offer meant to take cornmuiidcf a finely equipped rmyI This with the wealth of the Federal government and its vast resources of men and munitions of war back of himI would in all probability lead to victo ryVictory would ultimately result in his election to the presidency True to his convictions of right he replied to the messenger Mr Blair I cannot bear arms statebmy home and my children Thus without fear of consequences or hope of personal gain he cast his lot with the Confe eracyiWhen General Lees mind was fully made up and his position taken Gen Scott said Lee would have been worth ten thousand volunteers to us Whether his final position was right or wrong he was true to his convic tions and no temptation with the ex ception of the temptation of Jesus Christ in the wilderness has come to man greater than this Federal offer to Gen Lee and neverhas temptation re vealed truer character The great struggle having begun Lee by his brilliant attacks and maneuvers baffled and defeated McClell and on every hand until he absolutely forced him from the field and caused the Federal Government to take his command irym mm Las then defeated oie ttLtr another until he was finally confronted by Geni Grant with one of the finest armies the world has ever seen For some time Lee more than held his own until final ly seeing he was so greatly outnum bered that to prolong the struggle meant the murder of his men he sur renderedI we have before us an ideal General The world has been inclined to idealize the victor without any re gard for how victory was won and it has been said that nothing succeeds like success but this is too general a term to apply in this case Little by little we are begining to understand i that although engaged in war we may- have a human regard for the sacred armyIour done So we see that when Gen Lee surrendered His army to Gen Grant instead of sacrificing it to him he apt proached the ideal by showing his re gard for his men and taking one step toward disarmament after the settle ment of all great questions by arbitra tionTo give you some idea of the strict honesty of Gen Lee I will tell you about his dealing with his youngest son The boy wanted to enter the army and Gen Lee permitted him to do so upon condition that he would enlist as- a private How vastly different that- was from some modern methods by which we would expect the boy to be promotIreply to a request of the boys mother that he should be kept near his father Gen Lee said he wanted him to be among strangers and merit promotion and receive it by recommendation from others than his relatives Just before the close of the war some men were sent to the Southwest to purchase horses for Lees cavalry the war closed before the purchase was made It had been necessary for each of the men to carry five thousand dol lars in gold On hearing of Lees sur render one of the men returnedwith his money but was at a loss to know what to do with it One man suggest ed that they divide it Another said Givfnt to an orphanage When Gen Lee was consulted he said It is apart of the spoils of war and direct ed it to be turned over to the Federal government It has been said of Gen Lee that As great as he was in war he was greater in peace Shortly after the close of the war he was elect ed president of Washington College at Lexington Va Before the war the largest enro lment of the College was one hundred During the war the school was suspended and the buildings were used for shelter for cavalry horsesI Gen Lee saw the desolation country and knew the way to develop it most rapidly was to educate its citizens He accordingly set about the work with as great zeal as had ever characterized him on the battle field His success was phenomenal The enrollment soon reached four hundred and ten So great was his success that the name of the College was afterwards changed to Washington and Lee University General Lee was a man of strictest Christain integrity Rev Mr Jones said of him He was the sincerest and most consecrated Christian I ever saw Gen Lee said on one occasion that his College work would be a fail ure if all his pupils were not converted During his presidency of the College he tk as rrtv ri than once offered ti luige salary if he would only allow his name to be used in connection with life in surance companies He declined by saying that he could not give value re ceived and that his name would misrepresent matters and be fraudulent ofal1lourless talk of graft and investigation for fraud could not exist If we had men like Gen Lee to superintend the Milita ry Academy we would never hear of hazingPerhaps the greatest test to hIcha Continued on Page 3 fif T1U i JackofallTrades w F JEFFS tO L At Sendfor fJfl HEJ 1lJt Pumps Shells WaterI Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators J Runs Printing Presses and other machinery lie Is Running the Pr For This Paper ft costs nothing to keep when working It costs from 1 to 2 cents hour when working For particul call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse Co StreetILOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I KehmckyaYiWttE7pDbA iC0 WaiB7 7 1W f CAN149tl11Vf 7 MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF PLASTERING MATERIAL SOUTHERN ACiENTS FUR I SACKETT PLASTER BOARD BOTH PHONES 2267 nH Vf- I Rrook 9Rhmr tJtI iOUR BRANDS LOUISVILLE WOOD FIDES CAJV5PBELLS CEMEWT PLASTER without sand I Write for testimonials Also Operating KOOS1ER WALL FRASTER PLANT Jeffersonville lnd Phone 555 ra r i The Louisville TrustSouthwest Corner Com nJf ar f II Fifth and Market u LOLJISvILLE Organized uuder a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction ofa general trust Lua ness is authorized to act in any part of tr State as Executor Admin istrator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill qvery jwi tion of trust that can e held by an individual i It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its corporate property its magnificent fireproof office building an i Its great financial strength I r rr Dehler Brothers 116 E Market St Louisville Catalogue 1 CARRY ALL HEIGHTS IS STCCi T t d THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY FEBRUARY 2719073Continued from Page 2 mans reputation may be subjected is that of prejudice Greater prejdudice- n ver existed than that between the Vrth and the South in the sixties and yet the greatness of Gen Lee has so theynarrowest fail to realize and admit it We love the memory of Washington and every one admits that he was a good man and a great general and yet if he had lived in the time of Lee and had held his position in the Confederate army I do not believe he could have ac complished what Lee did I regard him as not the least among the worlds generals but the equal of if not greater than any other known to history Well may we assemble in celebration of the one hundreth anni versary of one so great He loved the Stars and Bars under which he fought so bravely but when the struggle was over he could easily content himself to spend the remainder of his life under the protection of the Stars and Stripes- It has been said that As long as Gen Lee is remembered Americans will not lack for patriotism Neither will they be lacking in moral courage Now the Veterans and their sons and daughters are invited to meet around the festal board and as soon as you do this you continue to perpetuate the memory of that great cheif tian and show forth the high regard you still have for him k R B GRIDER TO TOBACCO SHIPPERS We wish to state to our friends through- t the tobacco growing sections that e are not connected directly nor indi ectly 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 Eld F J Barger and family have removed to his recently acquired pos session the Stapp farm Eld Bar ger is a substantial citizen and we re joice to have him and family so near our town Dr A L Whitfield will fill the pul pit at Union the first Sunday in March City Farmers took advantage of the Spring weather last week and planted early vegatables Use a little Kodol after your meals and it will be found to afford a prompt and efficient relief Kodol nearly approxi mates the digestive juicies It digests what you eat It is sold on a guaran teed relief plan Sold here by Page Dcrne COMMISSIONERS SALE ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY Central Kentucky Asylum Plaintiff t Michael Abell c Defendent By virtue of a judgement and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render ed at the September Term thereof 1905 in the above cause I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday March 49 1907 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of Six Months the follo ng described proper ty towit Two tracts of land lying in Adair county on the waters of Casey Creek 1st tract contains 45 acres will be soldsubject to the homestead right of Harrison Able during his natural life 2nd tract contains 16 acres For more particular discription see order book No 10 page 286 in the Circuit Court Clerks officeFor the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a JudgmentH Master Commissioner All headaches go When you grow wiser And learn to use An Early Riser DeWitts Little Early Risers safe sure pill tj FARM FOR SALE I will sell my farm five miles East of Columbia on the Columbia and Liberty road consisting of 70 acres onethird in timber For furttjur particulars apply to D M MOORS Eunice Ky 124t COWAN IS SENT TO NEW FIELD OF LABOR Well Known special Pensioner Ex aminer Is Transferrd From Springfield to West Virginia James P E Cowan special pension examiner owing to a reduction of his work in the Springfield district has been transferred to a new district with headquarters at the city of Point Pleas ant W Va This district is mountain ous and bisected by the Big Kanawha and the Ohio rivers but is well sup plied with railroad lines Special Examiner N B Miller will remain in charge of the Springfield dis trict his territory being enlarged by the twentyone counties heretofore in charge of Special Examiner Cowan and situated in northern Arkansas and southwest Missouri Thus he will have a territory embracing forty counties making this the largest single district for the special examination of pension claims ever constituted in the state of MissouriThis demonstrates the rapid re duction of work of this class now going on in the country at large and is due to the extensive falling off of original pension claims caused by the death of soldiers who participated in the civil war and also in part due to recent pension legislation which increases pensions of civil was soldiers upon an old age basis Mr Cowan was connected with The Republican as news editor thirteen years ago when the papsr was owned by Chambers Comings and resigned to enter his present position in govern ment service He came here from the Cape Girardeau pension district last May He is making arrangemenns to leave Springfield Monday night for his new field of labor Sprirfgfield Mo Republican ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT MARY C HUDSON admr c Plffs vs Notice of sale ROBERT HUDSON c Defts By virture of a judgment rendered in the above styled action at January term 1907 to which reference is made for more particuliar discription I will on Monday March 4 1907- at the Court House door in Columbia sell to the highest bidder on credit of six months 42 acres of land known as the Fair Ground and the lands back of the Fair Ground- H T BAKER Master Commissioner Jas Garnett 143t ADDITIONAL STOCK ITEMS G P Smythe sold seven hogs to Ben nett Wilson for 10080 000SHenry Hudson sold a cottage and one acre of land adjoining the Fair Grounds to James H Young for435 000 Geo W Staples sold S N Hancock- a sorrel gelding for 15- 0ooo Lazarus Altsheller Co bought a- pair of mules from Luther Conover of Glensfork for 340 000 A change of food is very beneficial to poultry Green food in Winter makes an excellent dtssert 000 Luther Bell sold one hog to Ed Ham ilton for 804Nellcor Coy Dudgeon sold a pair of mules to Buck Hendrickson of Knifley for 325 Cane Valley cur 000 Ray Wilkerson sold one mare mule to H A Buchanan for 195 Hatcher Correspondent ooo J S Bottom of Ozark sold a span of 3 year old mules to Ray Williams of Casey Creek for 325 000 Hendrick Sullivan bought a team of horses from Carl Buchanan for 275 Mr Sullivan sold a team of mules to Mr J D Walker for 200 000 John and Ernest Harris bought from W B Gill 2 Aberdeen heifers for 50I a black yearling tinged with the same blood from J T Page for 1300 000 Antha Cabbell sold a sow and four pigs to Young Bros for 10 7 fr MANY ATTRACTIONS PLANS FOR CSEATZR LOUISVILLE EXPOSITION OPENING MAR 18 BASEBALL GAMES SPECIAL DAYS Louisville Extends a Most Cordial In vitation To All To Visit Louis ville at This Time As tile time for the opening of the Greater Louisville Exposition draws near the Interest in that great event in this and all other sections of the State of Kentucky as well as through out the South is greatly increasing The visitors to Louisville will return home and give expressions of deep in terest in the exposition and pride in the enterprise and public spirit of tiie exposition officials working so hard in the interest of their state and city without prospect or wish for any pe cuniary gain- Showing what pride they take in their citys great enterprise the mer chants and manufacturers of Louis ville have covered their envelopes and stationery almost over with advertising matter concerning the exposition and the title Greater Louisville Ex position seems to appear in the most unexpected quarters at the most un expected time Louisville drummers who visit here let no one escape and if for no other reason the people of Kentucky will be bound to go to Louis ville between March 18 and 30 to see what has been so widely heralded This will be a matter of easy accom plishment because the railroads of Kentucky have announced a rate of FRED LEVY President of the Louisville Commercial Club and Vice President of the Great er Louisville Exposition Company one fare for the round trip with three selling dates each week the tickets good returning until April 1 Besides these splendid rates many singleday excursions will be run and it is said by the railroad officials composing the Southeastern Passenger Association that the rates for these excursions will be the best ever offered for a similar enterprise Tile Division of Programme of the exposition is now busily engaged in preparing the plans for various special days Interesting programmes will be arranged for these nf cal day and the music by the great Creatures band will be an added attraction to the exposition twice daily This band of sixty renowned soloists is recognized everywhere as being absolutely the foremost organization of its kind and the twicedaily concerts will be included in the extraordinarily low price of admission which will be twen tylive cents for adults and fifteen cents for children For special days Sig Creatore has very graciously con sented to make his programme typical of the occasion The following day have been decided upon and plans are in train to make each one an unique success Dedication Day Edison Day Childrens Day Greater Louisville Falls City Day All Kentucky Day Fraternal Day Transportation Day Womans Day University Day Music Day Newspaper Day and Getaway Day Ft will be of interest to lovers of the national game to know that tne Louisville Baseball team will contest with two major league teams during the exposition period playing five games in all It can be seen that the people of Kentucky will have a splen did opportunity of seeing the Greater Louisville Exposition hear Creatores famous band and see such magnificent baseball organizations as the Chicago National League team and the Boston Americans Boston will play three games March 23 24 and 25 while Chicago will play two games March 28 and 29 Louisville will certainly hold vast Interest for Kentuckians during the period of March 1830- FORSMLE My farm four mules from Columbia on the Columbia Capbellsville pike For further information address J R McFARLAND Cane Valley Ky r FRED W HARDWICK Pres J H COCKE V Pres R II DIERMAN Supt W T PyneMill ir Cimnlv fav- v ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 II MIliUWRIGJ4TS mPic1aHsTs I IIDEALERS IN J ENGINES BOILERS SAW GRIST MILLS MILLSII 1301 THIKTeeNTHMftIN SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK SOLtC TED I All Kinds of Machinery Repaired I BUGGIESWAGONS FARM IMPLEMENTS FIELD SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS Jri PHELPS Jamestown Kentucky gt Lebanon Steam Laundry r Jo4 G L REED MILLER OLV IBIAr j AGENTS 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SU65CRtEktnow a s rbasribar send 500 for a full years subscription by mail or 200 for sir nontfcs suscr ipt ion Understand that these rates are by mail only and that the sub scrlptioni price by carrier or agent is 10 cents per week K the i Post aublishes six or more editions daily and the latest edition fs sent tc act rcacic uldiugto tie time that it will reach them Ti 1ening ProSt is first in everything and has the most State news aDO tMst icrrkct reports l gnt all the people and against the rafter wayx t jti tJu f It= t t t L lnLn to n tn fir 1 1 llr lt f Jltj trJiJ 1 af p1 J DILLERBENNErTC MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN L FURNITURE CHAIRS v AND MATTRESSES K7 WE8TM AIN gB7t FIFTH AND six i itti Vil i j THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS CQLJJMBIA Y FEBRUARY 27 1907 AWcA lvj u 2 jt f YOur Nee s Supplied at L R Chelfs I We have made special efforts to supply this section with all its needs and demands D Read every itemrDRY GOODS Our line of Drygoods is new through mosthr b complete stock evar brought to Knif eYeWe have anything found in all uptodate houses I UNDERWEAR Heavy Winter Underwear for men ift women and children All sizes in net W or sanitary fleece lined The very t best makes s L tHATS AND GAPS The Most Uptodate line of Hats and Caps ever brought to this place Come and see them we can please you u L R KY 4 J3u 160 ttai QYuuuty iW11 Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County NewsCompany fINCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR t Demdcratic newspaper devoted to the interests of thacity of Columbia and the people of Adair the adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second closamall matter WED FEE 27 1907 After all the open and avowed efforts to political purity after millions of American ladies SenIateproval of poligamy by discharging Reed Smoot from that hororable body and after four yeats investigation and an over abundance of proof showing him to be in full accord with polig amous teaching yet for the sake of securing the securedthe Re publican vote of Utah Mr Smoot sustained by a vote of 42to 28 There were three Dem ocrats Blackburn of Kentucky Daniels of Virginia and Clark ofi Montana who voted for Smoot to- retasnhis seat while the following Republican Senators voted to oust him Burrows Clapp Du pont Hale Hansborough Hem enway Kittridge La FalletteI and Smith While Democrats disregarded the de mands of American womanhood trampled under foot the appeals of the millions who plead for a higher and better moral stand Ilgofthe States who demanded that Utah should put aside polig amy and live within the limits of the constitution and the agree went oh which that territory was given Statehood only nine Re publicans showed game enough to disregard the weight of pol itics and the tendency of the times to build political strength by compromising with dishonor The trial of Reed Smoot is fa miliar to every American citizen who reads His connection with apoligamous creed that dom mates Utah was thoroughly es tablisiied but his influence and the power of Mormonism in the Apolitical world evidently were too strong to be disregarded ya Imn nn ncfio The sUtain J itlgf9rSm J QijCa c 1 t d 4e ustinoaf fob rt f t t t1i Ji vt 1J i CLOTHING 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 IILadles anu Misse Jackets and CloaKs The verv newest Styles lft 0i erts a Democrat by a Republi can Congress ought to show thfe moralist and the women of America that the G OP cannot be trusted to purify if purification lessens its power Roberts was a Mormon Smoot is a Mormon Roberts had more than one wife while Smoot stands as one of the leading apostles with only one wife yet a strong defender of the doctrines that permit plural marriages guilty equally withI Roberts Roberts was Congress but was ousted before he had a chance to be sworn in Smoot is there unstained and un dismayed and if the Mormons inican party then they will be ingrates of the worst type- has devoted much appropriated tremendous sums of money for the improvement of harbors and rivers and the building and maintaining of a powerful navy These two propositions seem to have convinced the present Congress that its only duty is to deepen chan powerfulIwar on that through the means of deep Iextendedance a navy our peace and friendly relations with other nations maintained The fact is that Congress seems to have scared at Japan for the Naval Appropriation Bill sets aside 100727807 to be used in acquir ing more naval strength and the Rivers and Harbors get 92720 475 is for ajnavyers and burden our own people We are fast departing from the theory upon which American greatness in every line has been achieved and her power and prestige onj the patriotism of our people and the justness of our position in every controversy The Big Stick policy fighting is the or der Create an army andnavy so immense and so powerful as to cause other powers to fear us rely on those paid to fight in stead of depending on the valor and patriotism of our citizens backed by truth and justice armed with a love for free institutions free people and a free and just government In all the pasfyour strength has been vested in the patriotism df our cit izerQ andl ofoe Di ffirllt Ii lerl1 l 1 fl 18 fl1 6gS11 ii BOOTS SHOES Heavy boots and shoes for every day ofGentsshoes we have ever offered to the public See our special for children wisebuyI Farmers I CHELF KNIFLEY II ICongress maintainedrelying o1j 1iliWu Et1 LindsayWilson Training School WeI can take a few more Pupils in Boarding Halls Those especial ly who to County and State Examinations will do to addressINEILSON MOSS ICOLUMBIA KENTUCKY ib paired the valor that wins in ev ery conflict The best Govern ment is the one that gives most freedom the strongest the one armed with the broadest high est deepest patriotism At a recent meeting of the State Guards in the city of Frankfort Col W B Hlademan offered the following resolution Resolved That this Convention in the intesest of the Kentucky State ofIurge upon the members of the Legisla ture that will assemble in January 190S to make such provision as will insure regular attendance at drills and other exercises necessary to the proper discipline and military training of the organized militia of Kentucky To end we state our belief that attendance by enlstedmen and noncommissioned officers at drills parades and other exercises prescribed for the instruction of the Kentucky State Guard be construed as the per paidforsuch enlisted men and noncommissioned officers when on duty No charge shall be presented against the State by any regiment of the Kentucky State Guard for more than fiftytwo per annum at such exercises by any member of any company battallion or reiment et L ilI utXjtidgn rltther Lesla ture snotild11 t a e quire l rrf i J lUfd f1 1 7kI BUGGIES fi l We carry the Banner Brand buggies and surreys Remember that paint covers many a defect Be from a home dealer at ri Wagons Plows Mowers The excellence of the Weber wagon and Oliver Chill Plow is established the world ovev 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 N was r now the = wish review for well t inspections attend ances ments of the resolution first be cause it is right to do so Sec encourageIthat must be depended upon in time of trouble Those who en list as State Guards place them selves under special obligation to do police work for the good of the State and are often called on to render service In order to be proficient to be ready to meet any emergency it is absolutely necessary for them to attend drills and use a part of their time in various ways to the disadvantage of their personal in1 terests consequently it is l just that a reasonable compensation be allowed We trust that the Legislature will seethe jus tice of such action and make thei provision required in Mr emans resolutionI The biggest Thaw ever experienced is now on inN ew York On April the 2nd the primary election nominate a Democrat ic candidate in this the t second 1 Coion Dtrict- 1l t1 fl l VA 1 1 iS1i L b 4AJth iJ f National aid for public roads is far more preferable andwould prove of far more value to the interior of our country in advanc ing its commercial interests than any other move that could be thanIwar the interior we must have roads j willIpassase Federal money to the road funds of the greatestIever had In stead of putting in over 100 giveit toiitinappropriations been made for roads each State would have had over 4000000 to go into sub shouldbeand the counties How long Oh ofIndustryand the people whoJjroduce tsar- wealth ed and clothe the world wadethe v J A mmr T s M wJ tu THE ADAIR CQUNT1 NEWS mtBk FEBRUARY 27 1907 5 I J4 i d t3 E t s iJo1 WA IPRSONAL i FEEEEEEEEEEEE E EEEE E F W B Moore of Gradyville was here MondayEd of Bliss was in town MondayMrs R Winfrey was quite sick last week jValleyW D King was in Columbia the first of the week J F Cabell Camp Knox was in Co lumbia Monday Mrs Georgie R Shelton was on the sick list last week Squire W E Hancock of Cane Valley was here Monday prf GA Cox of Stanford was in Columbia over Sunday Messrs W R Myers and L WV Bennett are in Lexington Robt Graves of Lebanon is visiting Messrs Thos and Oscar Bradshaw Mr W R Moore the Insurance man was in Russell county last week Mr Luther Mitchell of near Colum bia has been on the sick list for several days Elza Feese whohas been in Louis yule for several weeks returned home last week Lepnard Jones of Hardyville form erly a citizen of Columbia visited here a few days last week Misses Alice Dickens and Ermine Cologne of Albany are visiting Miss Hattie Bradsbaw near Columbia Judge George Herriford and daught ers Misses Clyde and Laura who have been sick for several days are improving Mrs J P Scruggs of Midway who has been visiting her mother Mrs Mary Garnett in this city returned home last week Walter and Clellan Tarter sons of Jailor A W Tarter who have had se vere attacks of pneumonia are both recoveringwjrapidly Mr R P Smith of Irvins Store and Mr W B Stephens of Russell Springs both active and progressive merchants of respective sections were in Nash ville last week where they bought large stocks of goods On their return home they spent a few hours in Colum- biat last Monday shaking hands with their friends LAND STOCK AND CROP Mr G K Foley recently sold 6 head of sheep to Mr R Dehart for 2750 Humble Cor 000 R K Young bought two acres of land opposite T J Goodmans resi dence from W W Jones far 800 000 W T McFarland sold a two and three eight acre plot of ground on Greensburg street to G B Smith for 350 000 J F Pendleton sold last week to J W Walker of Columbia a very fine span of work mules for 300Grady ville Correspondent 000 A M Roy sold to George Taylor a span of two year old mules for 180 Jacob Bault bought of Johnnie Blair a mare for 125 Ozark Cor 000 R A Wade bought the Rex farm on the Elkhorn pike for 2200 Mr J D Miller sold 60 acres of unimproved land at this place for 50 per acre This is the highest sale Made in the county for that amount of landHatcher Cor ooo Ed Wheeler bought five shoats from Loren Tabor for 2200 Zeno Hamon purchased a nice work mule in Clinton county last week for 150 Rude Laven der bought two yoke of oxens from Thomas Hill 150Fairplay Cor 000- Mr Thos Russell has bought Nancy B Watsons farm known as the Johnson Watson place consideraton 1550 Lige Hancock of near here sold 2 work mules to Henry Griffin price 340 G B Hendrickson bought a work horse 2 from a Mr ButlBr of Tayjor county j r 99 tDeYaJ1el Cor t J V iir 1r yr l Jof v b lheIRo 1 Agrtbei llllP i fI tIt Tj F rJ 1 ayividediiiterest the farm he lives on fox 400 also T J Rossoms interest for gOO There is beginning to be some trading in cattle T J Rossan has bought 2 yoke the past week Bob Royse one yoke paying about 3f cents per pound JT Brake one cow for 20 he also bought one from Sam Ester for 30Rugby Correspondent o op R K Young Bro sold Rufus Price nine head of steers for 198 to R E Tandy 82 head of sheep for 353 W E Graves 10 for 50 The above firm bought from R E Tandy 9 head of cattle for 189 150 head of cattle from different parties at 3 to 3J cents 5 head of sheep from Smith Nell for 3625 110 head of hogs from CM Herriford at 5J cents The Messrs Young left for Danville and Harrods burg Monday with 140 head of cattle poo Corn is selling here at 225 per barrel Alonzo Buchanan of Gresham sold his dwelling and 15 acre lot also store house and contents to Bealer and Clel lan Moore for 7000 H D Handy sold his house and lot to John Taylor price unknown Mrs Alice Arnett sold a sow and six pigs to Linzie Perkins for 15 Arch Paxton of Rollingburg sold 5 shoats to Mr Cox for 25 W D Hen derson sold 4 hogs to E E Perkins for 32 J J Craddock of Gresham sold a pair of mules for 300 Jl P Marrs sold his crop of tobacco to Antney Simpson for 7 cents O K Clark sold 2 heifers to Tolbert Neagts24 EE Perkins sold a bunch of fat hogs to Durham brothers at 635 per hundredThurl- ow Correspondent OZARK Mrs Calvin Maupin who has been confined to her room for several days is improving slow lYeIIJacob Bault and wife visited Mrs Elizabeth Hurt Sunday Loren McKinley and wife of Indiana visited at N A McKin leys last week Rev Sam Williams delivered a very interesting discourse at Concord Sunday Rev Leslie Bottoms preached at Shiloh Saturday evening and SundayB Hurt the poultry man made his regular trip to Joppa and Glensfork last week Milton Powell Jr lost several fine hogs with cholera John Combest and wife visited relatives at this place last week Geo Robt Montgomery the 12 yearoldson of Mr and Mrs Lu ther Montgomery who has suf fered with a growth on his jaw bone for some time is no better Prof Henry Womack of Tay lor county is visiting relatives and friends at this place a HUMBLE Mrs Mary M Foley wife of Rev Mose Foley happened to a very serious accident recently She was knockingabout in the yard and while passing along by the chimney some loose brick at the top gave way and fell strik ing her on top of the head knocking her to the ground Her hus band being in the house at the time heard the brick fall but did not know what it was until he heard her groaning and went out to see what was the matter He found her lying on the ground with hands thrown up and head turned back and the blood was flowing very freely from the gash that was cut on her head He carried her in the house and alid her on the bed She was not conscious of anything for sometime and when she regained consciousness she did not know what hurt her and it was thought for a while she would not recover but as improving a little at th- iswriting L3i r icy Bh tU die Wifeylexander Wilson on the lStfira gir1 t J p 7l aP ttl ttod trit 1 I If Ew r o THE FM ESTABLISHED 1855 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY COURCES OF STUbY CoIIegePrepratory Normal Shorthand Tyde writing Music Elocution Art A strong faculty attractive and uptodate courses of study excellent facilities for normal work unsurpassed i advantages in music elocution etc For further particulars consult the Principal A L WHITF1ELD 2 IntermediateI 3 Collegepreparatory 3 00 Principal wdormitoryR wbphasA nonresident t I 17 r il lF t li SIMS BROS t4 DEALERS INr Tombstones Monuments Building Stone Machinery and turn = on notice rough I 1 Cariipbe11svi1te Kentucky W v t 1 n n 1 I t n mii j J J i n A n I i XIN XJ Xl Xl u I WE WANT TO SELLg II w-71 7i f Having to give the building we now occupy k vtc offer entire stock of m1 SUOES v v jv AND GENTS r iV V- FUNISIIIN6II l Ef GOODS rt rj Svi We have decided close the Entire Stock at COST a Reasonable Discount and prefer sell ing Whole The Stock is in Fine Shape j odds ends Will glad to show anyone the 5 i Entire Stock Yours truly c C WILKBRSON DAVIS Tn- c IPBELLSVILLE KY vivvNThe whooping this vicinity Mr John W Thomas who got his ankle badlysprained by a saw log rolling against Mr AR Foleys saw mill just now get ting so he can walk about ELLA b rJ Jn Ahrellis convalescIng tnJ r f 1ctrth J t Q J pleted his grocery and post office building 4 bUildIiingMiss Susie Shepherd of Sano been visiting relatives here Born the of Clabe Buck a fine girl understand that Revs and Dehart of Russell Springs will hold g Protracted fleeting nearliere i v If ltnare glad have such tj f EXPENSES Primary per month 00 250 Normal 00 Music 400 Elocutionc 250 t Art Room Board per wk 150 2JJO The retains a room n the Doritory occupied by the boys and giqes his personal gjb of Mrs W Shirley a matrcKi partment substantial reduction from Musicinfrom the same family and pupils paying in advanced 1 4n1 IIJ l1 Marble Granite and Have got our up can out first class work short and work Granite from the IVI vv v- n m 7i Nt 7r IE up iCwe our 7iC vw 7i i f to less = ts7K 5 as a no sfc and be 7i 7K 7R- v Um 25 CA1 cough is raging in it at is t Yt tCO new to wife Gri der soon We to cin them all can our has We zens move to our community Endorsed By The Coonfy The most popular remedy in Qisego familypublisher of the Otsego Journal Gil bertsville N Y is Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to bean infallible cure for roughs and colds making short work of the worst of them We alwa ytkeep a oii e mrsfcableprescriptinrn v ii1 t Guaranteed tDev PufPDruga bottle free i t t ar J Trr- 7 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY FEBRUARY 27 1907 CROCUS Mrs Sarah Blair visited her daughter Mrs B S Miller Fri day The social at Mr T C Had fey rs Tuesday night given in honor of Misses Etta and Eliza Vaughan was largely attended r Miss Ida Collins was the guest of Etta Vaughan Tuesday Mrs B S Miller visited her mother Mrs Sarah Blair this week Mr H C Hadley refused 150 f his roan mare last week He sags 200 wont buy her Considering the inclemency of weather the Sunday school here is progressing nicely the attendance being fairly good with con sfderable interest being taken in the discussion of the lessons Siiipt Geo Collins is a faithful worker in the Sunday school causeand is always present There is no sickness in this sec tiozrnciw which is a great bless ing to the community Mr Grover Loy spent last Sun 4a atMr W A Collins AHiquiff cold relief with a griEteiple which drives out the col through a copious action of the bowels and a healing principle which lingers i tKetnroat and stops the coughthat is Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup Sseand sure in its action pleasant to take and conforms to National Pure Food and Drug Law Contains no opiates Sold by Page and Dohoney Co fttmbia Ky FAIRPLAY Wee having some nice weatnow and farmers are waking use of the time Miss Cattie Thomas is reported BetterThe at Concord last Sunday evening conducted by Prof Wesley Turner was largely attended t Mr H B McClister was trans acting business at Sparksville fast Tuesday Mr Zeno Harmon visited in dintbn county a few days las week There will be a singing at Smiths Chapel the fourth Sunday in this month Klittle child of Mr and Mrs Sell Bennett is very sick at this writing Misses Venia and Lena Turner visited the family of Finis Har vey last Saturday Finis Harvey was in Columbia last Monday Mrs Dotia McClister is on the sick list Mrs Millie Strange is in fee ble health Thomas Hill bought a span of horses from Rube Lavender mice unknown Mrs Loren Keith is better at this writing Peter Bardin of Greensburg was here last week looking after staves t Marcus Loy and Tommy Sam aell left this place Monday to join the stave crew at Sam Ed Squires They understand how 4tomake staves except they are fie the mans coon dog you have y tahold them to keep them from cunning under the tree Look out txfy3 5 fir George Garnett and fami jiie t this place for Jefferson Villa Indiana to make it their future home MrJo Chapman of Glens 4 fork was here on business this week RcgtiEdr as The SuaIis an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular perfrmance in the universe unless it is the action of the liver and bowels when regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guar anteed by T E Paull Druggist 25c MOODY KY Editor News We take this method to appear before your many patrons with a few facts bearing on our road question in Green county not the roads themselves for 12 horses was seen the other day hitched to an empty wagon but to our method for raising funds to get out of the mud Green county Turnpike Company was incorporated last week as you noticed with a capital of 15000 Greensburg up to last report has pledged near half the amount and is working nobly and yielding her points of preference to secure the road Camp Knox end has secured about 4000 which has been liberal for them I have been named as solicitor for the Ebenezer section and as knowdstocknI shall be glad to take your or ders The policy of the Incor- porators is liberal viz to make this the turnpike line and use the dividends to build feeders to it so it is bound to pay 1000 is a share and a vote in its manage ment 25 shares and you are eligible as a director 9 directors will control our interest so we hope to find 25 share men enough in the different sections needing these feeding roads to take the necessary stock to help them selves by helping us get this completed at an early day It will be the best monument to our memory when you are gone that can built in stonean uptodate Macadam road that will be self perpetuatingThe of progress is surely at work in our county and let me assure you we are coming to the youtus Very Respt J A MITCHELL Dr O S Dunbar DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucfcy JAMES WillDENTISTRESIDENT OFFICE PHONE 40 laNG 2 IOFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUi BIAsKENTUCKV The New Bobbin Hotel NEAR DEP- OTLEBANON KY Neat Rooms Good Beds Good Table Fare andas Good Accommodations as found anywhere First class in everything and most reasonable in price The patronage of Adair County solicited J D BOBBITT SON Prop lDI1IEV jJJ q8 T LCU S1UERENTAr FOR six room house on Jamestown Street Columbia C S HARRIS r HerTheaids y e you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it imparts vigor energy at soda fountains and in bottles rv7A f tit j fi j Etf JI I f o DIRECTORY 9 POST OFFICE J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days 780 L m to 830 p m COURT CIRCUTF COUBT Three soaalonsj a year Third Monday In January third Monday In May and third Monday in September Circuit JudgeH C Baker Commonwealth Attorney A A Sheriff W B Patteson Circuit ClerkJ F Neat COUNTY COURT First Monday In each month Judge Junius Hancock County Attorney G P Smythe R Stulta JailerA W Tarter Assessor G W Pike SurveyorW M McCubbin School Soot Mrs G R Shelton Coroner C W Rowe CITY CoUT- KayorCapt W W Bradshaw JudreAttorneyGordon MarshaLS C Strange CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN Buni viLLa STBEET Rev J F Claycomb Pastor Services 2nd and 4th Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 930 a m Prayermeetinff Wednesday night BTJRKESVUXB STRKET Rev A R Kasey pastor Services lit 2nd and 3rd Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 L m Prayer meeting Thursday nightBAPTIST GKBBNSBURQ STREETRev J C Cook pastor Services 2nd 3rd and 4th Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9am Prayer meeting WednesdoynightCHRISTIAN CAMPBEMSVILLE PiKEEI ZT Williams pas tor Services second and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 a m Prayermeetinu Wednesday night LODGE MASONIC COIAJMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A M Regular meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon in each month- T R Stults W A D Patteson Secretary COLUSIBIA CHATTBB R A M No 7 meets Friday night after full moon Jno D Lowe H P Horace Jeffries S cretlrytICOLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month E G ATKINS T I M T R STULTS RECORDER SAVE MONEY We have made clubbing arrangements with the papers Louisville Herald daily Adair County News Courier Journal weekly Adair County News weekly Louisville Herald weekly Adair County News weekly Will give and 5C 5c Huddleston ClerkT Montgomery METHODIST following weekly 200 15Oi 1251 The Daily Herald is worth 400 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 Herschel Loy has been appointed postmaster at Olga Russell county and Geo E Burton at Purdy this county 11 EXCLUSIVE Sash and Door House IS WHAT ARE BY CONFINING OUR ATTENTION TO SASH and DOORS we are enabled to carry a Larger Stock and a better selection than any other House in the South Send your Orders to the QUICK SHIPPERS j KorelocK VENEERED BIRCH ARE THE GUARAN DOORS SOLD E1 L1 HUGHES COI- NCORPORATED 215217219 Main LOUISVILLE roioio l 4444WHEN LOUISVILLE GET ACQUAINTED WITHOTHE PROGRESSIVE FIRM o HUSBUCH BROS p Centrally Located 4p 0Q 524 526 528 West Market Street o WALL PAPER A New Department AssortmentIYou Are- Welcome i at All Times to Inspect Our of Goods WE ONLY TEED Various E St KY 4 IN 4 4 44 0 sQ Lines Call To IIjreatest OmO + aa OO 000OaOas e 44 OOOOOOO Lr I FRANK CORCORAN J t HIGHGRADE MARBLE AND GRANITE OO4 O- o Q CEMETERY WORK OF ALL KIND TRADE FROM ADAIR AND O ADJOINING COUNTIES SOLICITED SEE us BEFORE YOU ilC O po4 4nr 4444 44 4 4449Fifth Avenue Hotel I PIKE CAMPBELL MGR Refurnished Redecorated and Re 0 modled A Firstclass Hotel at Popu lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and ZC Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE iFIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS Louisville Kentucky 4 4 4 I I t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY FEBRUARY 27 1907 The Grippe RUGBY and colds seem to be the order of the day Uncle Billy Rupe passed away the 24th of last month He was an upright old gentleman one of betIng some where in 90 He was married twice and was the fath er of 24 children and had been Ian invalid for a number of years He was one of the pioneer mem bers of the United Brethren Church being a member of that church about 65 years The farmers are burning plant besinee the snow melted MrJJohn Hamilton and wife Mr Bob Royse and family last week He was buying hogs when he found them for sale but most of them have been picked up and what is left I fij f J I 4ri n lrYar l l t iI I cents took to the woods squealing 7 daughtI Nothing will relieve Indigestion that is not a thorough digestant Kodol digest what you eat and allows the stomach to rn trecupfr te grrm trnrb iIg u acidsIthe digestive juices that are round in the stomach Kodol takes the work of digestion off the digestive organs and while performing this work itself does greatly assist the stomach to a thor ingredientsIe highest efficiency and by its action the stomach is restored to its normal activity and power Kodol is manufactured in strict conformity the National Pure Fcod and Drug Law Sold by Page Dohoney Co lumbia Ky All parties indebted to us are requested to settle at once We are going to the market and need the money MISSES EUBANK iEAIER LOfl1SVELLFe- OEJR L T- i4 fl3 ROUND TRIP BY RAFLUR4VR I MRR 83O ArD IIt3ptt MP I N ia Rf Ujli vi mA o- L1flmMr1I UUVi rUm n t i j r1VI tJii M 1u t iitUnit g yjIIiUU fJII I rFOOSEVELTWILL fL PRE II THEtBUTTON TOUCH NDUSTRV INVENTION Jx with 1Iktf frfI1Jif tiY ri 1lJ v I c r1 SEEITALLSm f ITERATUfEI I t1l ri llW1IfJf oouer ff J gV odQY ni1 L t lm It o GT ins b irKKentucky l Is causing the usual stir in Old Greensburg Has re I fitted his immense store and filled it with Foods Cloth ing Notions Hosiery and Shoes When others quit he is i is always ther- eFARM A I L KINDS Or m MACHINERY i CULTIVATORS m- I FERTILIZERS W eUa GUSSf l 4 Woodson Lewis Oreonshrg f LEBANON KY Editor News It is useless for me to make any mention of the town in which I am located at this time because every one in the Southern portion of the State knows what a nice little city Lebanon Ky is notwithstanding there are some evils existing in this place that do not exist in the moral capital of Adair yet these are not ac countable for by any one person From what I can learn there is a spirited contest on between the temperance forces and the liquor questionIwill be taken at an early date Some say Lebanon will go dry while others take the reverse po sition in the matter it seems uncertain at this time as to the results My assignment is in the Bottling house of Wathen Muller Co i of a mile down the railroad from Lebanon I am working with the girls now six of the fair creatures being employed in my house I feel a little out of place with so many girls from the fact that one is as many as a fellow usually wants present at one time The fact of the busi ness is Im not much of a ladys man anyway as you all know I still have a faint recollection lof having thrown several bombs in the camp of the old maids in Columbia away back months ago and I think the dec larations I made in a manner of fended some of those on the re tired list I never was more surprised in Yiy life than I was last Tuesday evening when I saw one of our citizens get off the train here en route up the country I think this was a strange move on his part Heawas all spruced up and he wore a smile that wont come off From the indications I believe there is something on foot Why 01 course he is a single man and an 0 B Mr Tom White one of our county men is located here and his long stay in the revenue ser vice has put him up to the busi ness in its varied details and corn 1 etion he is jolly and companionable and the blues nev er enter into the place where he abides He is located in the distillery across the way Capt Howard is one of our old stand bys He has been in the service so long that he almost has it by heart and every one on the plant thinks the Captain is a grand old man Mr W T Price is down the line at Coon Hollow and I believe he will make one of the old vets when he gets sufficiently advanced in years if he continues in the ser vice Shorty has the appear ance of a revenue man and everybody likes him He is jolly and good natured all the way through Well Editor Harris may be scarce of space just at this time so I will close for the present FRED MCLEAN Piles of people have Piles Why suf fer from piles when you can use De Witts Carbolized Witch Hazel Satire and get relief Nothing else so good B Mre or 1111H JIH SjJ IIt name is stamped cnerchbox Sold by Page Dohoney Columbia Ky r WEED obe4s the o- rderA J Barnes sold 2 aged mules to Charlie Sparks one day last week for a fancy price Mrs Lillie Hamilton who has been confined to her bed for some 0 time with pneumonia is some betterMiss Nannie Shirley and Mr Ephort Brae e were married last Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock at the home of the brides father Mr J C Shirley C S Maupin and family were visiting at Nell a part of last week familyleftto make their future home v Warren Moore who has been contemplating going to McGregor Texas for some time has declined the idea and will grub sassa fras sprouts this year James Poulston and family left for Indiana Friday T F and John Gowen were visiting their sister Mrs Corde lia Vire of Cool Spring Friday nightMrs Ed Sneed who has had a severe attack of pneumonia fever is improving Levi Harris of East Fork made a business trip to this place one day last week Quite a number of our people attended Sam Walkers sale at Gradyville Saturday Mr James Sullens who recently bought the entire stock of mer chandise of Charlie Sparks is en joying a fine tradeICaptain H C Wilson the efficient mill wright will grind your corn on Tuesday and Friday of each week C C Coomer of Basil was here Friday on business neighborIhood one day last week Loney Coomer has moved into the house recently vacated by John Gowen Iciyboty Should Know says C G Hays a prominent business man of Bluff Mo that Bucklens Ar- nica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore burn or wound or to a case of piles Ive used it and know what Im talking about U Guaranteed by T K Paull Druggist 25- cHestand PiELL a little child of Luther Bell was quite sick last weekD W Kinnaird recently visit KinI naird of Sulphur Well Rufus Pulliam who was re- ported sick in our last communication has recovered Mr and Mrs J T Hamilton visited the letters parents Mr and Mrs John Royse at Dirigo last week C R Bell and fJ N Walkup have rented the blacksmiths shop at Nell In our last letter the type made us say that Mr Wm Kinnaird Red Lick was dead when it should have been Mr Wm Ham iltoni=t a b wiIi r UUiUilliiitt litfiij i I SMITH NELL Prop- s691StCIess I AcconiotSatsons I Guaranteed s 1 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY I The Ne vsarid Louisville Daily Herald 2 i IC 1Jewlers and OpticiansI Ii Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line ILl1E1ti 1m11- OpositeI MUSic Ball W Market 1132 1st 2d StLouisville KJl It Is D Crenshawl VETINERY SURGEON Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices I am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMBIA POINT IENT Coffins AND Caskets- I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Gi ve me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop IJ E Snow Russell Springs r 1 t a twanrt1 W N Brl ton Son Proprietors j Until alall Hours Day or Night 5 COMFORTABLE ROOMS J The trade of Adair and adjoining r 3 counties solicited UEBANON KENTUCKY f p i I I w lrr r o DENTIST t Liberty Kentucky r WiLMOE 10TEL lNrstslass Table Good Sample Rooms Feed Stablo Reasonable Rates Vl1l WIL110Re PRQ Qradyville Kentucky 0I f t T 7 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY FEBRUARY 27 1907 f WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS Weeks ilappenings News Important or Otherwise as Reported By Our Corps of Correspondents GRADYVILLE Dr S A Taylor was in Colum bia last Monday C 0 Moss was in the community of Pickett one day las weekThe snow came unexpected many of us last week toI Dr W T Grissom was called MelWilmoreWe are coming to the front fast We have a first class barI her and two uptodate black r smithsIAustin Wilmore came fromI Glasgow last Wednesday to re main a few days Rev G Y Wilson was topreach the funeral of Mr c1 C Squires at Summer Shade I last Friday one of the best citizens of that community Mrs Susan Keltner of Keltner scent a few days of last week with Mr and Mrs Clem Keltne- of1our city Mrs Diddle Bragg after several Iweks visit in Metcalfe county returned to her home at this place last week Mr WwS Pickett passed through here last Wednesday enroute for Athertonville where he has accepted a position Mrs Thos Yates and her daughter Miss Victoria of the community of Edmonton spent a few days of last week visiting relatives at this place Miss Emma Bragg one of our accomplished young ladies has entered school at Edmonton James Diddle and Will Hunter students of the M F school of Columbia are at home this week on the sick list Messrs T B and Jo Kemp are in a very critical condition with lung trouble Mr Allen Kemp one of our best young men will leave in aI few days for the state of Illinois where he has accepted a position Ton a farm at 30 per month with some of those uptodate farmers Mr Milton Hill one of Knob Licks business men visited his brother Mr Strong Hill of this place a day or so of last week Mr Geo Vance and several members of his family are con fined to their rooms at this time with measles t Mr Walter Parnell lost his dwelling house with all of its contents by fire one day lastI week The fire originated from a defect in the flue we under stand IMr and Mrs Titus Mercer of Breeding were here one day last week on business Rev W H C Sandidge is over in Indiana holding revival ser vices at this time- Rev W H Whitfield of Co lumbia will fill the pulpit at Union church on the first Sun day in March Every body in vited to attend and hear a good sermon We are glad to note that Rev J W Sexton and wife are think ing of moving to our town in the near future We would be glad ip have them Vj Mr Stron Hill i made1 aj trip to Sparksyille last Thursday and while there sold his interest in his grist mill to Mr Mose Woot en Have not learned the consideration Kelttner while turning the sod one day last week turned up six very large black snakes The young man became alarmed and called to his father for protection Mr Keltner informed your reporter that the snakes were the largest he ever saw in this county IMr and Mrs E F Keltner of East Fork spent several days of last week with the family of Mr E V Thompson of this community who have been confined to their rooms with lagrippe for several weeks IUncle Geo Flowers one of our izens has been confined to his room for several days with a complication of diseases Mr Charles Yates informed your reporter one day last week receiptrof a letter from Rev E W Coak ly formerly pastor of the Baptist church at this place stating that he would come to this place the first of September and hold a series of meetings We all will be glad to have Bro Coakly with us againMr L Grady the well known stock man of this place has accepted a position in the blacksmith shop at this place and will be found at his post of duty prepared to do any kind of work and it goes without saying that any man that can raise fine Peacock horses certainly can do first class work in a blacksmith shop We all know this is Mr Gradys old occupation and he is certainly up to his business While in the shop he will not loose sight and attention of the fine string of horses that he has in his large and comodious feed barn Mr Grady also informed us that he had an extra fine mule colt This is the first of the sea son in this sectionIMr Henry Gaskin of Sparks ville was here last week looking after a saddle horse The Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientists are unanimous in the conclusion that the generally accepted limitation of hu man life is many years below the at tainment possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race is now possessed The critical period that determines its duration seems to be between the ages of 50 and 60 the proper care of the body during this de cade cannot be too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longev ity Natures best helper after 50 is Electric Bitters the scientific tonic medicine that vitalize every organ of the body Guaranteed by T E Paull Druggist 50c HATCHER The creamery began operation on the 21st A large crowd was present and every one says the machinery runs to perfection The business men of Camp bellsville are confident that a canning factory will be built this year Mr C F Mantz and J E Gowdy have been to investigate the facts at other plants and were very mthusiastic with what they learned on their trip MrJ T Gowdy who has Beefficonfineli tf hukbed withji t rheumatism for several weeks is able to get out Mr Gowdy is such a clever gentleman every one ispleased to see him im proving Mules sold at good prices at the sale of R H Russell Thurs day Mr Wood Buchanan of Roach ville is going to move to this place soon He purchased a farm and will at once erect a dwelling Willie wailed and Winnie wheezes while wintry winds whined weirdly Willie wriggled while Winnie wheezed wretchedly Wisdom whispers winter winds work wheezers Wherefore we write Use Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup Nothing else so good Sold by Page Dohoney Columbia Ky CANE VALLEY Another snow after a few Summer like days Farmers have made every good day count sowing oats and break ing corn ground Most of the oat crop of this vicinity was put in the last few days of good weatherThe changes of the weather helps to keep folks on the sick list Most every body has a slight attack of the grippe and colds J C Johnson D D filled his regular appointment at this place last Sunday C S Moore will leave for New Albany Ind and other points North of Ohio river at an early day Mrs J 1 Stanbury has been quite sick for several days past E C Page and 0 W McAllis ter returned from a business trip to Louisville and other points the first of the week Quite a lot of gardening was done around our little town those few pretty days last week but the snow that fell on the night of the 20th only remindedus that we are too early Clay Bennett killed a large gray fox near here one night last week Mr J H Beard whom we have been reporting on our sick list of Kellyville is improving someOur merchants were visited by the following traveling salesmen last week A G Norris E F Lewis Messrs Marshall and Ho vious CROCUS Mr Claud Miller is on the sick list this week Messrs Joe Miller and Grover Hayes Misses Nell Miller and Gertrude Blair attended the party at Mr John Loys last Friday nightMr Grant Collins made a bus iness trip to Jamestown Monday Prayer meeting at Mt Zion every Saturday night All are invited to attend Mrs Sarah A Miller and son visited her daughter Mrs Kel sey last Sunday Mr Joe Morgan Inroad at tended the singing at Mt Zion Sunday night The party at Mr H C Had leys Tuesday night given in hon or of Miss Eliza Vaughan was largely attended Mr E V Miller is confined to his room witha severe case of lagrippeMr Miller of the M F High School spent Saturday and j A- c1 f v vSh61ii a t ITHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF COLUMBIA CAPITAL STOCKs = 25000 If 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 T r Dr James Menzies OSTEOPATHY I I CONSULTATION AND II EXAMINATION FREE II IIColumbia Kentucky II j Enterprise Hotel F Bro Props St Bet and Louisville Kentucky to rH GOOD EYESIGHT Is one thing is looking for nnd If your eyes are diseased now is tho time to ihave them attended to You cannot afford to neglect as important a thing as your I am permanently located at Columbia and will every piece of my r If you need anything drop me a postal card and I will call upon you t am the only Licensed Optician in Adair County Would be glad to do your work and guarantee you Satisfactihn SAM N HANCOCK smrv uxxvt u et E SHOP IOpened up by experienced Machinist and Correctly Made on m Engines Boilers and all Machinery well equipped A C SURREY CAMPBELLSVILE KY m J1 f iaJUr r rA Sunday at home We are glad to note that Mr Bob Miller who has been sick for some time is able to be ou again IRYINS STORE Our farmers are plowing these nice days and some are prepar looking ing nice The sick in our community are all better Whooping cough is I very prevalent here now R- this P Smith is in Nashville week buying goods Squire Wade held a court of arbitration at the house Tuesday night All parties seemed satisfied 1 Mr W A Jackson of Russell Springs was here Tuesday Nearly every other man you meet is buying staves The White Oak is nearly all gone and now there is to be a Spoke Fact tory ocated at Fonthill which j will give a market for hickory I Circuit Court is in Cession at 1 f J laujA4 i r 11 office AT RESIDENCE Chas Gans 223243 W Market Floyd Preston RATES 100 Per Day Absolute satisfaction guaranteed Special rates Boarders everybody jeyc guarantee Shop store LAXATIVE UGHSYRUPI intexpelling Colds from the sys tem by gently moving ths bowels A certain relief for croup and whoopinccough Nearly ail other cough cures are- constipating especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey k Tar movos the bowels contains no Opiates KENNEDYS Tho Red Clover Blos som and tia JItney Sa eVirbottle RaUe- niUXATIVE eON iiyAft i PREPARED AT THE LABORATORY OF E O DeWITT Sc CO CHICAGO U S Dr JN Page Agent Columbia Ky Jamestown this week and SOBI of our boys have business im other parts Your scribe was at court yesterday and heard many remarks about the slowness with which justice was being ground out No doubt the offenders thought it was fast enough I The News and Louisville Daily Herald 2 f ft pi 94