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Digital page images are linked to the text file. b1f4Guntu 1 S f r 4J hi t t 1 t IVOLUME 10 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1907 NUMBER 43 MR G WHIT FLOWERS One of Adair Countys Best Citi zens Succumbs to the In evitable f HIS DEATH A SHOCK TO THE COUNTY The citizens of Columbia were pain fully shocked last Friday about the noon hour when a telephone message announced the death of Mr G Whit Flowers one of the best and most use ful citizens of Adair county The end came at his country home near Bliss about jfive miles from this place It had been known for a week that Mr Flowers was dangerously ill but his wife children and physicians had hopes of his recovery up to last Friday forenoon at which time alarming symptoms set up and in a few hours he calmly met his God Ifre deceased was about seventy years of age and he had a large acquaintance throughout Adair county In fact it has often occurred to us that every body knew Whit Flowers He was jo vial honest in the strictest sense of the word at all times for the right a God loving and God fearing man a neighbor who will be greatly missed for the good f he had done for his loving devotion to the companion of his bosom and for the affectionate devotion to five dutiful sons W H John W Ernest Woodruff and Ray When the Civil War broke out the deceased espoused the cause of the Union and enlisted in the 13th Kentucky Infantry and was made Adjutant of the regiment with the rank of Lieutenant He served gallantly from the beginning until the ending of that bloody strifeIMany years ago he made a profession of his faith in Christ united with the Presbyterian church ana was a devoted member of the congregation at this place when his life ended In the passing of Mr Flowers Adair county has sustained a great lossIIMr Flowers member of stated to1 Gov Hindman some time before his demise that he did not want r c1YParade made over hIs body when- his lifes work ended and that he want ed hima lifelong friend to officiate at his funeral The funeral services were held at Un ion Church Saturday afternoon a large circle of relatives and friends being present The religious services were conducted by Rev W H C Sandidge assisted by Rev J F Claycomb and Eld Z T Williams When the minis ters concluded Gov J R Hindman Mr C HYates Dr J H Grady and Capt W W Bradshaw made talks dwelling upon the noble life and high Christian character of the deceased At the conclusion all that was mortal of this good man was laid to rest in Un ion cemetery his body resting under a bed of Peace to his memory the tenderest sympathy for the sorrowing family A CARD OF THANKS We do heartily extend our thanks to- lla who were so kind and attentive to iis during the sickness and death of our darling baby Olie Russell who was called to a better land August 27th And also to Dr Miller for his close and skillful attention AQUILLA AND ANNIE DARNELL C DEATH OF MRS BALLOU Sirs Sytha Alice Ballou wife of Dr T V Ballou of Rowena Ky departed this life August 7th 1907 She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs J M Lester of Kendall Ky She was born March 13 1878 Married September 1 J 1904 To this union two children were born Mary Frances and Sytha Ellen Mrs Ballou accepted Christ in a meeting at Beech Grove and was baptized by the writer in June 1897 and she lived a devoted Christian life to her death She 1r as faithful and obedient as a daughter I l iHcl kind Co her brothers and sisters of whom she leaves six brothers and itwo sisters She was a devoted wife And tenler and affectionate mother the Vas a benediction to the home and Community where she lived and was if i 4 g 4i 4i faithful to the church and has gone to rewardWe sympathy to the brokenhearted husband and pray that he may bring the little ones up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord whom their mother loved and trusted and that he may prepare to meet her in the Sweet by and by Mr Coy Dudgeon the new manager at the Crlumbia Hotel set his first meal last Monday at dinner It was a firstclass meal well prepared and en joyed by many who sat at his tables Mr Dudgeon is full of energy and having been about a great deal knows exactly what it takes to please the traveling public and if he does not keep before his guests well laden tables it will be because the market can not afford the provisions A committee from the Methodist Church is now soliciting homes for the ministers who will be here at the annu al meeting of the Louisville Conference which convenes September the 25th Every body who can should cheerfully entertain even If it requires a little sacrifice to do so In our judgment the Louisville Conference which met here four years ago had much to do with the building up of Columbia and the com ing meeting will add strides to her present pace Mr John J Smith of Bloomfield Iowa writes us that he was born in Adair county in 1844 butwhen asmall boy he became a resident of Green coun ty In 1860 he removed from Green county Ky to Davis county Iowa where he has ever since resided Some one sent him a copy of the News which was the occasion of him writing to us He states that he has a great many relatives in this county Mr Guy Vaughan and Miss Nina Breeding who were married at Breeding last Friday left immediately for the grooms home Greenville Ill The bride is a daughter of Mr R G Breed ing one of Adairs best citizens The ceremony was performed in the Meth odist church an uncle of the bride Rev Geo Breeding officiating The wedding march was played by Miss Lina Rosenfield this city Dr J H Grady and wife have re turned from Monticello and have again become residents of this place For the present they will board at the home of Miss Sallie Field on Burksville street It is needless to say that they were given a cordial welcome by all their old friends Dr Grady is a well known physician and is ready to prac tice his profession in his old home town and county The Lindsay WilsonTraining School opened yesterday and from now until Christmas pupils will arrive Prof Neilson informed us that there will be more pupils from a distance than learningIthat they may be classified and receive the full benefit of the terms Last Wednesday during a thunder storm lightning struck two favorite trees in Gov Hindmans yard and it is thought that the large oak that stands in the corner of the yard cannot sur vive the sfiock Both Gov Hindman and Mrs Hindman were considerably shaken and the colored hired woman was knocked down A souvenir postal card on Which is written a message requires a two cents stamp provided it is enclosed in an en velope whether sealed or unsealed If the card does not contain writing it is third class matter and goes for one cent Persons who are dropping these cards in the Columbia postoffice will please govern themselves accordingly Mr Jo Smith and Mr George H Nell who have conducted the Columbia Hotel for the past fourteen months will return to their respective homes The former will engage in farming the latter will buy and sell stock They return their sincere thanks to the public generally for patronage while they were in the hotel business The Liberty Fair closed last Friday It was well attended throughout and it is said the Ass iation made some money TheColumbia Band furnished- the music and was highly complimented r ftrYrz l DEATH OF AN OLD LADY Mrs Sarah Jane Turpen Peacefully Passed Over the Dark River x of Death V FUNERAL SERVICES BY REV J C COOK Last Tuesday afternoon at 5 oclock the subject of this notice after an ill ness of several years closed her eyes in death She was 85 years old and had lived an exemplary life from ac countability down to good old age In early girlhood she confessed her Savior united with the Separate Baptist Church in Russell county and was a devoted Christian until the end came She was a sister of Rev Wm H Ab sher who was a noted Baptist minister of this county and who was highly re spected for his Christian character- In 1843 sixtyfour years ago she was married to Mr Solomon Turpen and as a result of the union eight children were born five of whom are living More than twenty years ago she became a resident of Columbia her Christian life being aften spoken of by her neighbors- To the husband who is now in his 84th year we desire to extend our sym pathy as he will lead a lonely life until he is called to his reward The children are strong men and women and while they were devoted to their mother they can bear the separation more calmly than the faithful husband who is rapidly descending the hill of Time The funeral services were conducted by Rev J C Cook and the interment was in the city cemetery ADMINISTRATORS SALE As Administrator of J H Evans de ceased I will offer for sale at public outcry at the late residence of said de cedent near Edith Adair county Ky on Saturday the 14th day of Septem ber 1907 the following property About 84 bushels of oats 60 bushels of wheat 83 barrels of corn 8 thousand pounds of hay one shorthorn bull one young mule colt four head of hogs one binder one mower two cultivators check rower pea huller one spring wagon and other farming implements and household and kitchen furniture Sale begins at 10 oclock A M B T EVANS Admr of J H EVANS 432t Deceased PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY J L Adkins Alexander W H C Sandidge Ebiriezer W S Dudgeon Mt Gilead J F Roach Fry A R Kasey this city J A Johnston Mt Carmel G Y Wilson Gradyville T J Campbell White Hill F J Barger Glenville Z T Williams this city J C Cook this city J F Claycomb this city HORSE STOLEN Stolen from my place 3i miles N E Liberty on Hustonville pike a red roan horse 11 years old 1 white hind foot goes all the gaits Has been a show horse and was on the Fair Circuit for two years and wore a number of blue ties Pleasant dispositionkind- for women and children to handle If tapped on the front legs will get down on his knees 50 reward for return of horse and capture and conviction of thief or will give alibera eward for informa tion of the horse Jt WATT BROW- Liberty Ky FOR SALE My home in the suberbs of Columbia There are 14 acres of land a good well and good spring anumber of fruit trees There is a comfortable dwelling good smokehouse and barn and woodhouse 39lm GEO A CHEATHAM I have a firstclass kit of shoe makers tools for sale I will also rent my shop to the man who will buy my outfit SOLOMON TURPEN 432t Columbia Ky 4 4f E f4 Taylor county circuit court opened last Monday Come to Columbia next Monday and hear Gov Beckham Fires and overcoats will be in de mand in a very short time Gov Beckham will speak at Colum bia next Monday at 130 Attention is called to the professional card of Drs Triplett Grant The corn crop is about made and it i said to be the best for many years Mr and Mrs Aquilla Darnell who live at Fairplay lost their two year old son last week Read the speaking dates in another column Several adjoining counties will be visited- Watermelons are getting cheap but they are not extra good this season too much rain The largest crowd that has been in Columbia at a county court this year was here last Monday A member of the News force extends her thanks to Mrs Trabue Shearer for nice treat of grapes and tomatoes A blank book owned by a Mr Flynn lumber man was found on the Camp bellsville pike and left at this office Sam Breeding sold Hardwood Lumber Companys agents one thousand dollars worth of feedcorn at 2 50 hay 80 cents bailed The Adair circuit court will begin the third Monday in this month Sheriff Patteson and his deputies are up with their business We are sorry to report that Mr W H Sallee who several weeks ago had the misfortune to get one of his thighs broken is not mending gas rapidly as his friends would like Mr James Goff is now the owner of Royal Peacock having bought Mr John Chapmans interest Poyal Pea cock is superbly bred and is a horse of fine size style and action LOST A black silk parasol with nat ural wood handle was misplaced at Frank Sinclairs store Friday of the institute The finder will please bring it to the News office and receive a reward The attention of our readers is called to the statement of the First Na tional Bank published in todays News Jt is a fine showing for an institution that is doing a safe and very satisfac tory business Uncle Solomon Turpen requests us to state that he feels very grateful to all those who rendered him assistance during the illness of his aged companion whoee demise is published elsewhere in this paper Eld Tobias Huffaker an efficient teacher of this county and a very ex cellent gentleman has accepted a posi tion in an institution of learning at Woodland Mills Tenn at a salary of seventyfive dollars per month The school will open next Monday LOSTnear White Qak church an ex press package addressed to Wm G D Flanagan M D Jamestown Ky The person finding same will please notify me and receive a liberal reward Wi G D Flanagan M D Root Hudson who took an over dose of morphine last Wednesday afternoon has not entirely recovered from the effects of the drug but will be all right in a few days It required the skill of nearly all the doctors about town to save his life The M and F High School under the management of Prof J P Darnall opened last Monday On account of the district schools the colleges opened light but they rapidly grow and by the first of the year there is generally a full attendance The Juvenile Pea Ridge Fair which was pulled off last Saturday afternoon was quite a success financially it being well attended The promoters are highly elated and are thinking of securing the Fair Grounds for their next exhibitor h i f Me t tt1t DEATH OF MRS NANCY E WATKINS Mrs Nancy E Watkins peacefully passed away on the morning of August 14 1907 at the home of her soninlaw Mr W H Caffee of near Cane Valley The death angel took from us our Dear old grandmother Mrs Nancy E Wat kins born June 15 1825 and was mar ried to W F Watkins 1841 to this union were born ten children three of whom are yet living the others and husband have preceded her to the grave She had been a member of the Bap 5tist church for a number of years and diedstrong in the faith and love of him who come into the world to save that whichwas lost We know of no one who bore affliction and sickness more patiently submissively than she and the end came to her most peacefully May we all strive to meet grandmother where there will be no more good byes It was hard to give one up so dear as she but its Gods will be done not ours r Rev John Rice read the 14 chapter of Revelations and made a short talk at her home her remains were then car ried to Jerico in Russell conuty and there Rev T B Grider conducted the funeral services and the interment immediately afterward in the old Jerico grave yard to await the coming of Christ She leaves a host of friends and relatives to mourn her loss A precious one from us is gone A voice we loved is stilled A place is vacant in our home That never can be filled Her loving granddaughter CODCIA CAFFEE NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS I have made and filled appointments ni each magisterial district of Adair county as required by law for the purpose of receiving taxes for the year 1907 and from this time I am supposed to have it paid to me at my office in Co lumbia Ky and I do not intend to keep up this thing of visiting and beg ging people to pay me These taxes are due the county and State and all that I get out of it is a small commis sion for collecting out of which 1 have to live and pay the expenses of the of fice and I do not purpose to spend it traveling over this county If you owe it come and pay up and save the cost of a forcible collection This is intend ed for every tax payer in Adair county who has not already settled W B PATTESON S A C Adair Circuit Court William H Pollard c Plffs vslOrderVictoria Butlerc Def ts The above styled action is referred to H T Baker Master Commissioner and the creditors of Ben J C Pollard and Martha Pollard are directed to present to said Commissioner and prove their claims against said estates on or before Sept 16 1907 J F NEAT Clerk Misses Fannie Jones and Myrtle Myers entertained a number of their young friends last Monday evening at the home of the former There would have been an unusually large assembly had it not been for the rain which presI of the manner in which Misses Jones and Myers entertained Refreshments were served Since writing the above we have been informed that Misses Kate and Alice Walker were with Misses Jones and Myers in giving the entertainment Several weeks ago Mrs Belle Patter son Jamestown recieved a scratch on one of her fingers blood poisoning set ting up She was advised to have the finger amputated and the operation was performed at Somerset several days ago The operation was nicely todoneV have the use of her hand in a short time Taken up as a stray by M 0 Ste venson living northeast of Columbia about 2 miles 1 white male hog No c mark except 2 black spots on each side t Given under o j f434tj IIof f b I T I Uy i 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 4 1907 INSTITUTE RESOLUTIONS Whereas the Adair county teachers Institute is about to adjourn be it resolved by this In stitute1st That we extend to Mrs Shelton our sinter zealIousthe most profitable and success ful institutes our county has ever held and express to her our ap preciation of her good judgment in securing the services of Prof T C Cherry as our instructor 2nd That we express to Prof T C Cherry of Bowling Green Ky the institutes appreciation of his ability as an instructor recognizing in him an educator having few peers and no superior in Ky and that we extend to him our thanks for his abl discussions and successful efforts in our behalf 3rd That we as teachers o Adair county will stand by ou worthy Superintendent in any and all efforts she may make to maintain the moral standard o our profession fully up to the re quirements ofour School law 4th That we do hereby ask our Superintendent to enforce the provisions of the school lain w regard to those district chair men who fail to make correct reports of the number of children in their respective districts where this is due to criminal negligence5th we ask our worthy Superintendent to have a peti tion prepared asking our County Judge to hold an election on the question of county taxation for supplementing the school fund of the county so as to lengthen terms and increase salaries and v that copies be made and circula ted for signatures 6th That we tender our thanks to Prof Wellburn of Campbells ville Rev W K Azbill Ex- Lieut Gov Hiudman Judge Ba ker Prof Nielson Prof Moss and Atty Smythe for their ex cellent papers and addresses and to all visitors for their prest ence and cooperation- 7th That we extend to Profs Neilson and Moss our apprecia tion of their kindness in tender ing to the Institute the use of this building and campus as a place of IneetingI8th Resolved that the School Laws of Ky should be so altered as to abolish the trustee system and make the county the educa tional unit that the small dis tricts should be conoslidated and third class certificates dispensed with and that a more efficient compulsory educational law should be enactedc If9thestablished or the state normal schools and that we recognize their great worthI10th Resolved that the next general assembly of Ky should authorize the Governor to appoint a commission composed of Ken tuckys ablest educators to in I vestigate the school systems of x other states nnd to work out an- r r to formulate a schflsystem which in their opinion is best ll suited to conditions in Kentucky And be it further resolved that said commission be required to report to the governor within six months with recommendations that suitable legislation be en AssemItern on an cat to that of any state in the union 11th And be it resolved tha each of our county papers be furnished copv of these resolu tions with request to publish NORTHWEST TEXAS 100000 acres of rich Texas land con venient to railroads produces finest al falfa cotton corn also a good stock country The climate is ideal and the altitude about 2500 feet All kinds of fruits do well Price from 10 and up per acre J cash and balance to suit purchaser Any one desiring to inves tigate this proposition write W L WILLIAMS Mobelie Tex 21tfeFrequently you pick up a local paper and after glancing at it fwearily thrust it aside remark ring Nothing in the old paper Did you ever stop to think what nofanyone in our city that no fire has wiped out a neighbors worldly goods that the grim angel of death has not crossed the threshold of a friend that no man driven by hatred or fear has taken the life of a fellow being that no poor devil haunted by the past or the misdeeds of some other has crossed the divide by his own hand and many other things rthat ought not to have happened have not happened So next time you pick up any paper and its headlines do not announce a tragedy give a little thanks instead of grumbling because there is no news A WARNING Several cases of fever in town admonish us that the streets alleys privies cellars weed patches and backyards and every place that can cause disease should be immediately looked after All mud holes and stagnant ponds should be at once filled and lime and other disinfectants should be freely used A warning to our citizens is all ought to be requiredJU L TAYLOR Health Officer MRS GREEN ON SOCIETY I was once a belle myself said Mrs Hetty Green mother of E H R Green the Texas railroad owner Mrs Green who is reputed to be the richest woman in the world and who manages her own property declares that society hasnt enough- to do to keep out of mischief She said that the girls of thisI day and age are altogether too extravagant and that its a useless extravagance based on per sonal whims and frivolous tend encies Occasional headache belching bad taste in the mouth lack of apetite and slight nervousness are symtoms of indi gestion which when allowed to go un cared for will develop into a case of dyspepsia that will take a long time to get rid of Dont neglect your stomach At the first indication of trouble take something that will help it along in its work of digesting the food you eat Kodol For Indigestion and Dyspepsia yourdenjoy what you eat Sold by Page Dohoney t J SOME GOOD NOTES The man who raises scrub stock usually raises scrub grain Dont burn the straw Use it for bedding for the stock and re turn it to soil to renew fertility Thorough preparation is half the cultivation Our farmers cropstseason There is no play connected with earning a living neither is there any play work with any department of far workThose spongy places in the road may be successfully drained with tile Drainage is the first essential in the improvement of a roadA should watch the market A good seller is usually a successful farmer With this watching seek to prepare for the market a prime article which will bring a high price in its meritThe small potatoes andother refuse vegetable can be cooked up into good feedEx The Adair County Medical Society will meet in Columbia on Thursday September the 12th 1907 at 10 oclock when the following program will be ren dered Malignant Tumors C M Russell Humbugs and their uses William Blair The Fevers of our day N M Hancock New Remedies U L Taylor How Doctors make a living W F Cart wright Should we charge extra fo consultation L C Nell Where are we at S A Taylor Are the old time remedies better than the new W R Grissom Let every one be prepared on these subjects and we can have a profit able meeting Let all come C M Russell R Y Hindman U L TaylorCommittee MARYS LAMB Mary had a little lamb Youve heard this fact before plateAndTribune Mary loved a little lamb This everybody knew Then is it strange that Mary liked A little mutton too That hes a little muttonhead Now pretty sure I am To tell a tale on Mary About a little lamb sheepPerhaps And mutton always been so nice Since Mary had a lamb J T JONE- SMontpelier Ky Young lady reader do not smile on the suitor that toasts your fair name The love which he speaks to you is washed from his lips by the wine Do not let him pledge his allegiance over the glass of fiery spirits it is blasphemy it will be perjury The wine is dearer to his heart than your sweet face and woman ly goodness he already has a master he cannot have two Dream not of conversion after you are his that pathless route is misery and failure The man who will not sacrifice his love of drink for the prize of your hand will not when it is his in Gods name emancipate himself u=Lost and Pound Lost between 930 p m yesterday and noon today a bilious attackwith nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at T E KingsNewiousness malaria and jaundie25c I iJ LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER PLASTER Is a substitute for common lime mortar There is intelligent economy in 1 the use of this material The use of common lime mortar for plastering makes a weak and uncertain ceiling as it is li able to fall any time and cause several hundred dollars damages You can den it like wood containing no sand you can saw or nailit like wood t MANUFACTURED BY Kentucky Wall Plaster Co Ky1mAlso Operating HOOSIER WALL PRASTER PLANT Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 The Louisville Trust I Company Southwest and GarncrI LOUISVILLE lOrganized under a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a generai trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor posirtion of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impartial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength H = ToNewOuartersWe beg to announce to the public the formal opening of our New Store at I 356 West Jefferson Streetaround the corner from fourth have been in business at 712 IJust avenueIestablished there will justify Onr Stock WATCHES np to date our prices as low I L HUBER Fifth Admin SONJH18tHIsES and e 9 2X5 e pg More Than 25000 in Prizes A State Fair ribbon has the backing of the Commonwealth of Kentucky Its a trophy with a big value aside from the money that accompanies i- tLowest Rates by Rail and River f You Just Cant Afford to Miss It Come and bring all the folks and the attendance will be swelled to the much desired figure a quarter million in six great days See our new grounds and new buildings costing 275000 steel and concrete grand stand mammoth exhibition barns j fastest trot ting track in the world I Trotting Pacing Running Races Daily An amusement program running way into thousands of dollars united with an exhibition plan never before attem- ptedSEPT016211OZ LOUISVILLE I 1 Capt Knabenshue in his passengercarrying airshipthe marvel of the centurywith daily flights and exhibitions and a night ride in the air guided by a searchlight I Balloon racesthe most exciting of aerial sports and a captive balloonSensational acrobatic acts free each day I And the worlds greatest living color page of amusement enter prises Pains famous Manhattan Beach fire works and the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actual reproduction of the aweinspiring calamity of 1906 given nightly in the infield in front of the grand stand Three concerts daily by Natiello and his premier band of fifty artists from the Land of Music Remember the Kentucky State Fair was created by the Kentucky Legislature and ii liven under the auspices of the Kentucky State Board of ltiue Write Itrcatabge and illustrated descriptive 00k1Yrc BE HUGHES Secretary loiisYiUe I Jr I i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 4 1907 w vL vl ItLC L vL 11n m I xfc XJN XIN 7K 7i 7KXIN fTIN 7KXIN XINVIN xKXIN XIN XIN IN xK xi xi V I Have V v 17i A COMPLETE STOCK OFtIN WALL PAPER WIRE CLOTH POULTRY 1 lE NETTING SCREEN DOORS WIRE 7iE 71Fence Roofing Spring Hinges Sash Hant Winn 71E E dow Screens Ice Cream Freezers Refriger IE 7i ators Garden Hoes Rakes Shovels Manure v Forks Wheelbarrows Snaths Haying JE Tools Lawn Mowers Grass Hooks Grass JE i Shears AT BOTTOM PRICES I vJOHNA HOBSON S v irC Greensburg Ky Q I1 viis Iwlil VV I 1 iv I I K 1 1 i K 7K m 7i 71 7r v e cEEI EEEeEEEE IFEE ESEEE ecrrE rEEhEch E ErEEc EEv- n t HORD RICE iDEALERS INltHARDWARE MILL SUPPLIES BUGGY SUPPLIESw ill iRUBBER TIRESIiw ill Ili BLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION WHEN RUBBER Ii- W TIRES ARE TO BE PUT ON ON SHORT NOTICE d ViGIVEUS A CAL- LCAMPBELLSVILLE Vi W KENTUCKY v 1 Eccc c cc E scEcc trcE rcEaEE eieEat icEcercl i S Fifth Avenue Hotel PIKE CAMPBELL MGR 0 Refurnished Redecorated and Re modled A Firstclass Hotel at Popu lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches andvTheaters Q FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS Louisville Kentucky V V V V v V V Q V V W V V V- iIC iiCi1C I71 I o iC mrCiiC IC ir i1C E IE viII V lL WRTElilfiG PltflCE Iwin Will open July first for guests who seek pleasureiv irC and health The table will be supplied with the 7iC lEbest the market produces Rates ReasonableI E V i Prop7n iIC- u ire 1omIne KI ICI1V V w vV v l vi l L V vi ft 1C MACHINE SHOPOpened up by experienced Machinist Repairs Promptly and Correctly Made on Engines Boilers and all Machinery Shop well equipped- A C SURREY CAMPBELLSVILLE KY The New Bobbin Hotel NEAR DEP- OTLEBANON KYr J Neat 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 Prit WILMORE HOTEL Firstclass Table Good Sample Kooius Feed Stable Reasonable Rates W M WILMORe PRO Qradyville Kentucky H WIlY BREAK YOUR BACK When you can Get a 1900 Ball Bearing WASH MACHINEt- hat l a Child 14 years old can Wash a Tub of Clothes in 6 minutes Guaranteed to do the Work or Money Refunded Write for prices on NEW WAY GASOLINE ENGINES Address Department A care of DEHLER BROS HOTELTELEPHONE HOPEFUL OUTLOOK In no recent publication is bet ter advice given to Democrats throughout Kentucky as to the course that we should pursue this year than in an editorial utter ance of the Lexington Gazette a Democratic new spa p er of strong convictions Under the heading Importance of Dem ocratic Victory that newspaper has the following which should be read by every voter of the partyDemocrats all over the country are hopeful of victory in the presidential election of next year The people are turning to Democratic principles as the only solution of the problems that confront the country as the only remedies for the abuses and evils of our political and econimic affairsIn hour of the Democratic hope will Kentucky falter Will the State stand by the Dem ocratic colors There can be no mistaking the meaning of a decisive Republican victory in Kentucky this year If the Republicans elect their state ticket a state Legislature United States senator to succeed Senator McCreary and a munic ipal ticket in Louisville they will elect the electoral ticket next year Such a result would give the Republicans an opportunity for permanently i nt r e n c ing themselves in power that they have never enjoyed With Kentucky becoming a Republican state there would be but little chance of a Democratic victory in the presidential con test of next year Democrats cannot afford to lose any ground they occupy if the party is to win next year it would not only maintain its strength but make gains this year There is noth ing in the situation in Kentucky to justify the sacrifice of the party in the nation Every States first duty is to itself and if Kentucky were in any great peril if Democratic victory this year involved any serious menance to the Ssates welfare no patriotic man would vote his party ticket at the ex pense of his own state for the sake of a Democratic national victory next year but no such condition exists The welfare of Kentucky is to be best served by the election of the Democratic ticket No loyal Democrat will permit factional difficulties to drive him to the support of the Republican party A loyal Dein = ocrrt a man who desires the ul timatetriumphof Democratic principles may vote for his Par- tY this year even if he does not Lj LOUISVILLE KY approve all of its candidates and though it may not be entirely satisfied with all it has done in State affairs With the result in Kentucky sure to be an important factor in next years contest Dem ocrats should bury all differences and put the welfare of the party and the country above mere per sonal interest If we are to elect a president next year we will need Kentuckys vote and to in sure this vote we must have a Democratic victory this year A Democratic president will need the votes of Democratic senators from Kentucky and at this crisis Iin public affairs we cannot af ford to do anything that would expose the party and the state to the danger of a Republican senator at Washington WHY HE WAS NOT PROMOTED H watched the clock He was always grumbling He was always behindhand He has no iron in his blood He was willing but unfitted He didnt believe in himselfI He asked too many questions He was stung by a bad book His stock excuse was I for got He wasnt ready for the next stepHe did not put his heart in his workHe learned nothing from his mistakesHe nothing from his mistakesHe that he was above his positionIHe chose his friends among his inferiors He was content to be a second rate man He ruined his ability by half doing things He never dared to act on his own judgment- He did not think it worth while to learn how He tried to make bluff take the place of hard work A Humane Appeal- A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 107 West Main St says I appeal to all persons with weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has helped me and fully comes up to the broprie t ors recommendation It saves more lives than all other throat and lung remedies put together Used as a cough and cold cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitis croup whooping cough quinsy hoarseness and phthisic stops hemorrhages of the lungs and builds them up Guaran teed at T E Paulls drug store 50c and 1 trial bottle free- RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Glensfork Lodge N H 528 F A M passed the following resolutions thel1 1 Icall from labor to refreshment our beloved brother Joseph Dud ley on Aug 26 1907 in the r sixtyninth year of his age Therefore be it resolved that in the death of Bio Dudley the lodge church and community have lost a faithful member and citizen the family a devoted lov ing husband and father which has left all with sad hearts and with an aching void that this world can never fill nor will it ever be filled until we meet with him in the Grand lodge above where partings will be no more Be it further resolved as a token of esteem that the usual badge of mourning be worn for thirty days- Resolved that we extend to the bereaved family our heart felt sympathy in their irreparable loss That a copy of these reso lutions be retained in the records of this lodge and a cqpy sent to each of the county papers for publication H K TAYLOR T A STRANGE t i rr How toG refYour Piles If sufferers from piles and rectal dis eases would first try a reliable laxative like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin instead of using external salves and supposi tories or having an operation performed they would save themselves a world of trouble expense and pain The reason is that in nine cases out of ten are the result of habitual constipation and when once the constipation is thoroughly cured the piles disappear Piles are to constipation what pim ples are to bad blood simply an out ward symptom And just as face lotions arent half as good for pimples as a good blood medicine so salves and suppositories arent half as good for piles as a reliable laxa tive like Dr Caldwells SyrupPepsin A 50 cent or SI bottle will prove these claims and every druggist is authorized to guarantee results Hundreds of people have written us that Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is the best pile cure they know of and it is surely worth a trial from you Not only will it cure the piles but It will permanently correct bowel trouble so that you will have regular movements It will tone the stomach and make digestion easy for you Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is the best rem edy for constipation dyspepsia biliousness flatulency and all resultant troubles such as piles arising from disordered stomach liver or f bowels Its gentle action and pleasan taste make it especially suited to children and all who are too weak to stand purgative waters salts t and griping powders and tablets A ph sic is not what pile sufferers need but steady easy bowel movements and these can be obtained by the use of this wonderful remedy It brings about a permanent home cure at a minimum of expense FREE TESTThose wishing to try Dr Cald Syrup Pepsin before buy ins can have a free sample bottle sent to their home by addressing the company This offer is to prove that the remedy will do as we claim and is only open to those who have never taken it Send for it if you have any symptoms of stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlest yet most effective laxative fcr children women and old folks guaranteed permanent home cure THE PUBLIC VERDICT IINo Laxative So Good and Sure as DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product bears purity guarantee No 17 Washington D C PEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Caldwell Bldo Monticello NOTICE At the June term 1907 of the Adair County Court an order was entered appointing J B Russell J W Burton and L B Hurt Commissioners to Es tablish one new voting precinct to be known as Egypt voting precinct No 14 which is bounded as follows Beginning at an oak tree where the old Casey creek road left the Spring field road thence with the Spring field road to Green river thence up with said river to the mouth of a branchbe low Jo Dentons residence thence to and including Shelby Cowans residence thence to and excluding Milton Burton thence a straight line to Milton Smileys store thence down the Stanford road to and excluding Clem Burtons rp a dence thence to and excluding W B Bennetts residence thence to and in eluding the residence on the Newbrid1 farm thence to and including the residence or the ate Ben Grant thence to and including Jas Butlers residence beginningBYcmct east Columbia and Cane Valley are effected Cane Valley and Egypt voting precincts gInconstItute 6 images rial district and a polwill be opened in said new precinct at 6ie next November Election Done ber oficourt the 12th day of June 1907 T R STULTSClerk Adair County Court wf f Il 1 4 r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 4 iS07 ii dait uutB ieUt TWednesdayt Adair County NewsCompany INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair andadjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second lass mail matter WDI 1907 DEMOCRATIC TICKET j For United States Senator J C W BECkHAM For Governar r SAMUEL W HAGER i For Lieutenant Governor 9 SOUTH TRIMBLE NFor Secretary of State HUBERT VREELAND For Attorney General JOHN K HENDRICK 1 For Auditor HENRY M BOSWORTH Fpr 7r eti- RUBYLAFFOON For Commissioner of Agriculture J W NEWMAN For Supt of Public Instrnction M 0 WINFREY For Clerk Court of Appeals JOHN B CHENAULT The90 Columbia Spectator in last weeks issue let the editorial sledge hammer dovn on the in vitation made by Commonwealth Attorney Robert B Franklin to- W S Taylor to return to Ken tucky and testify in the powers trial The fact is that the Spectator attempted to make a little political capital out of the incident and made a very plausi ble argument on the assumption that Mr Powers and Mr Taylorr are both innocent of the charge against them and the furthur assumption that the courts of Kentucky the Democratic Administration and the party are so intensely partisan and revengful that they merely want to make some Republican suffer for trie murder of Goebel whether guilty or innocent but such a condition cannot be assumed and conse quently the Spectators editorial 7 s but a mere play of words em Jbellished with a little sentiment tending to resurrect the old feeling f that lined Republicans up in the rcent battles of the past The Democratic press the party nor the courts of this state have never wanted the innocent to suffer they have sought to bring to light that murderous plot andjpunish the guilty only but they Republican party and press have attacked every move that has been made from the time that fatal shot was fired down to this hour They op posed the ii dictments of everyone thatwas indicted opposed the arrests opposed the trials bitter against the evidence the courts and the administration they have accepted the state ment of the par ties charged with the crime and kept up a contin uous protest against every effort that would lead to the revelation of the assassins identity Now the latest fto play on the passions and prejudices is the defense of W S Taylor in his refusal toret turn to Kentucky and testify in the l of Powers after im1pu I nifyTCoxfr arrest had been tend terejl by 4h proseksHwf Attorney and the Governor 9fi this State f u i Net only has he been given this promise but ptU t und that he will agree tot return waive his constitutional rights on the witness stand and answer the questions propounded hewill be given a guard to protect him coming and going and going and while here If Mr Taylor knows Powers to be innocent he is not true to a friend if he fails to respond to this invitation There is no danger that he will be seized and tried in partisan courts and no one knows it better than himself After such a promise the people of this State irrespective of political affiliation would not stand for such a breech Under the prom ise under present conditions Mr Taylor owes his return to the State to Mr Powers and to him self and if he dodges the issue he but adds weight to the facts that caused his flight Mr Taylor could tell many things He could at least explain why he pardoned Mr Powers before he was arrested The News does not want the innocent to suffer it does not believe in political persecution nor partisan courts but it does believe in the en forcement of the law the severe prosecution of any man onset of men rh deliberately strikes down his fellow man Political social or financial standing should cut no figure Three Republican Presidents have fallen by the hands of assassins and no Dem ocaatic paper nor the party entered a plea of persecution but demanded the prompt arrest trial conviction and hanging that followed Mrs Surratt at whose home Booth lodged after strikingdown Lincoln was convicted and executed as an accom plice to the murder and no one set upiOpposition to the course of withfevidence that surrrunds Powers Taylor Finly and others the plea is entered that their prosecution is persecution No court no jury no party will meet with the approval of their partisan defense unless it be one that will ignore the facts disregard the evidence and give them free domeThis matter should not enter into politics nor affect the present campaign but Republi can papers have so elected arid we are not fearful of the issue CONTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY r He Makes Some Potent Remarks on the Money Market Mr W B Ridgely the controller of the currency recently gave out what appears to be an inspired statement on the pres ent financial outlook Following are some of his utterances The announcement made Sat urday by Secretary Cortelyou of his plan for relieving the strain on the money market by the de posit of government funds is very wise and timely nd should go very far toward allaying ap prehension and restoring business to its normal condition It is wellknown by every one at all conversant with the money mark et that the present stringency applies far more acutely to time loans than to call loans Time money is very tight while call money is comparatively easy For this reason the preeis bearing moflfejiea ily 0i 6mmer cial sand rna utctiing inter BStSiV ol i The secretarys plamiof mak f7 T ing deposits when and where needed will enable him to appl his relief wherever it will do the most good to commercial and manufacturing business with less reference to the speculative situation I believe it is better to make this announcement now and offer the relief in this way than to wait until the stock market is in more or less of a panic and rates for call loans are extremely high One of the great disturbing factors in our annual crop mov ing stringency has always been the uncertainty as to when and how the Secretary would take action It is sometimes charged that call rates have been manipulated up to fictitious heights to effect this action- I am glad that Mr Cortelyou has anticipated this and by mak ing this announcement now removed as much of the uncertainty as is possible While the present situation is one requiring care and cool head ed deliberate action especially the bankers there is no reason at all why the demand for liqui dation should so spread as to pro duce anything like a panic or com mercial crisis The banking con dition is unusually sound more so on account of the readjust ment of stock market values There is a tremendous Demand for money as it is called that is demand for credits to finance all kinds of business But it is no greater than it has been in the aggregate and only requires some shifting in detail The element in the situation due to the season of the year is the fact that we have raised be tween five and six billion dollars worth of grain cotton cattle hogs and other produce in addition to the coal iron steel cop per and other wealth that is be ing produced This is not a situation to get frightened about or to make it necessary to call on everyone suddenly to pay their debts but it should rather en courage the banks to take care of their customers and make loans conservatively wherever there is proper basis for credit We should take courage from the fact that although this situation doubtless is as claimed world wide and international that we have in this country enormous elements for recuperation in this vast production of wealth It never was so great as at the present time or more available for our progress and develop ment Prosperity is proverbially hard to stand but there is no sense in letting such evidences scare us to death It is not difficult to see the hand of the Secretary of the Treasury is not that of the Pres ident himself in these utteran ces The difference betweeu the stress of demand for time loans and that for call money may be read with interest in connection with the Presidents remarks at Plymouth on the causes of finan cial stingency Not only is the Secretary trying to assist the country The Courier Journal Company sustained a great loss last Friday morning Fire broke out just under the roof of the building alandmost totally destroyed The loss on the building which was erect halfedmillion dollars is estimated at from 150000 to 200000 The company will reconstruct the Holding and jfo jife meantime tl Couriex JourB 1 will be published daily in its uptodat e fdrm The morning of the fire t appearancea little late but full of news Hon W J Bryan will make six speeches in Kentucky be tween now and the November election A tremendous crowd heard Judge S W Hager Democratic candidate for Governor Gov J C W Beckham at Lexington last Saturday W S Taylor the fugitive is willing to come to Kentucky for trial if he be permitted to select the trial Judge and jury He wants but little but he will want that little long It now looks like Caleb Powers sqpealIpublished in the daily papers says he can tell who killed Goebel and that the man was not Jim Howard that Howard is innocent Disappointment in the East is felt over the stand taken by Secretary Taft on the tariff duestion as it was expected that he would come out openly forrevision and it is felt that he has weakened his position considerably The financial situation shows a little improvement due in part to the action of Secretary Cortelyou and partly to the effort to take up th ortymillion dollar bond issue in New York Liquidation saved a serious condition and prevented 1a strain on the monetary resour ces of the country A genuine gusher which sent oil over the derrick was struck last week in Wayne county in the shallow sand and locations will be made for a number of wells The strike is thought to have opened a new field Another strike of importance was in W I W EEEFEEEE EEE EEE EE Clinton county wherevar ll Was I brought inw h ruti9W ed2Q0 barrels a dISundays Journal pub lished Judge S W speech delivered at last Saturday in full It was a ringing address to the voters of Kentucky comparing Gov Beckhams administrations to that of Bradleys He showed that the affairs of the State had been economically conducted un der Democrat rule and a great waste of money under Republican rule Gov Beckham was present and also made a telling speech About three thousand people heard the addresses Judge Ha gers speech will be published in full in the News if possible The real issue the vital question for the voters of Kentucky to consider is one fof moral im port The Democratic party has met the demand of the prohibi tionist and is doing the work that has been so badly needed The Republican party seeks the aid of the Liquor element and will get it All who believe in the fight and the position the Democratic party has taken in this matter all who believe in the suppression of Liquor should vote for the Democratic nominee all who believe in its sale and use should vote for the opposite The story comes from Indiana that while Durbin was the Gov ernor of that State he was ap proached and offered 93000 of the reward fund if he would sur render Taylor to Kentucky au thorities The same writer says that exGovernor Durbin was asked about the proposition and he admitted that it was true Of course there is not a word of truth in the statement The idea of the Governor of a State being regarded as small enough to take a bribe Durbin ought to kick the man who started that report Myers RollerI Flour is the staff of Life Therefore have itl Pure E dont use any thing but the very best of wheat from which to make our Flour We have the very latest improved machinery for cleaning wheat and the Best Machinery on the market to make the Flour All this together with thirtyfive years experience in the Mill business you can rest assured that when you get Flour male at the COLUMBIA ROLLER MILL you get the very Best and Purest that can be made I will alway pay the Highest Cash Price for Wheat and Corn and will give more Flour in exchange for Wheat than you can get at any other mill I have a large stock of Flour and Meal on hand at all times So bring your grain to the Columbia Mill and get the Best YOURS FOR BUSINESS MyersLS S g 3 S SS Wr fi I AM CLOSING OUT I ODD PANTS AT CUT PRICES I w 200 PANT FOR 150 4 Ii 150 PANT FOR 100 h Ai I 125 PANT FOR 75C 0w 3T Lt r7 W SHIRTSiY V WirW AND ANY TIJW MERC A JI Uj f Siu1itTIifl4E- E t if j ii33ii l HagersW I Mmr wtIUt 1reIr TUCKY J t JJ IdItt t ti it THE ADAIR COUNTl NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 4 1907 S L1tPEkSONALHLJMr kday in Louisville Ernest Harris was quite sick several t days of last week Mr W D King was in Campbells ville last Saturday Mrs E W Barnett has returned to her home in Corbin Dr C A Cox Stanford spent two days There last week Miss Bess Holladay has returned from the Griffin Springs i Mr Harry Chilson was quite sick several days of last week Mr G M Stevenson Montpelier was in Columbia last Saturday Mr ban Curd a wellknown traveling man was here last Friday Mr John N Conover made a business trip to Louisville a few days ago Mr WE Ward of Greensburg has been spending several days in Columbia IIMisse Julia Eubank Mabel Atkins and Nina Marcum attended the Liberty Fair Mr JF Davis of Honey Grove Texas is visiting his relatives in Adair countyRev Emory Stevenson left yester day morning for the Winchester college Mr Jo Rosenfield has returned to Miadlesboro after a pleasant visit to his family Rev J C Cook pastor of the Bap tist Church here is holding a meeting in Tennessee Sallie a little daughter of Mr and Mrs J N Coffey is recovering from a spell of fever Mrs G M Stevenson Montpelier visited at the home of Mr Oris Barger last Saturday Grady cC Smythe left for the Somer setFair last Saturday having a fine string of horses Mri S C Neat is again on the road after a three weeks stay at French Lick Springs Indiana Messrs Reed and John Shelton left for Maryvillc Tenn Monday where they will enter college Dr H C Jackman and wife Creels boro were in Columbia last Friday en route for New Mexico Miss Hattie May Penland has arrived and assumed her duties as music teacher in thq LindsayWilson w j Mr R L Murrell who has been sick with fever at the home of Mr W A Garnett isreported better Mr R L Durham States attorney in the Lebanon district came over from the Griffin Springs Saturday Mr J 0 Russell and wife were in Cincinnati last week purchasing Fall stock of goods for this market Mrs Sam Wheat of near Dallas Texas is visiting her parents and other relatives in Adair county Miss Ada May Jones who has been visiting Miss Katie Murrell left for her home in Jamestown today beenpvisiting Miss Dimple to her home Gabe Ky last Saturday Mr Wyatt Smith one of Adair coun tys oldest citizens is lying in a very critical condition at his home near Co Ijmpia iMiss Mary Grissom left for Green field Tenn last week She is music teacher in an institution of learning that city Mr Z A Taylor of Montpelier left for Nelson county Monday where he j will represent the Knoxville Nursery Company f Dr C L Herren of Liberty ar J rived here last Saturday with his son who entered the LindsayWilson Tues day morning Miss Pearl Sallee of Hatcher Taylor 3 county and Miss Willard Huffaker this countY Paid the News office a f visit Saturday Migs Lucileshannon Franklin Tenn Expression Miss Thomas Smiths Grove Primary Miss Elliott Elizabeth town Commercial all teachers in the SaturdayCatlettsburgrT Land office and at present agent for t Companyhst IJ l bia stoppmgwith his relatives M rL 1 M E Marcum and family i t r f1t JJ r J F Cabell Miami was here county courf day1 i f j E Moore erimarki was here the first of the week xs o Dr S A Taylor Gfady vifleC was on the square Monday Mr W L Brockman Glensfork was in townthe first of the week r W T Hendrickson Caseys Creek was here the first of the week Bert Epperson T J Epperson and Sam Epperson were here Monday Mr E N Caldwell Glasgow was here Sunday en route to Russell coun tyMr J J Biggs who is in the reve nue service has been assigned to Loretta 0 W McAllister cashier Cane Val lay bank J W Sublett Horace Mas sie were here Monday Mr E P McKinney wife and daughter Russell Springs paid the News office a visit Monday J R Tutt J W Thompson Albert Mercer and Geo Cheatham were here from Milltown county court day Mr W P Parks and wife left for Attella Ala this Tuesday morning where Mr Parks has accepted a posi tion Mrs J E Grant is spending two weeks in Louisville Her husband Dr Grant accompanied her to Campbells ville Mrs Mollie Lillis of Frankfort who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs M Yarberry near Columbia re turned home Monday Mr W LvThomasjpf Texas is visa iting his parents in this county Mr Thomas reports business in a flourishing condition in his part of the Lone Star State Mr Jas Garnett closed his special term of court at Pineville last Friday andreached home Saturday night Mrs Garnett and Miss Frances who visited at Corbin returned with him Judge H C Baker and daughters Misses Sallie and Mamie left Thursday morning for the Jamestown Exposition They will also visit Washington City and will spend a few days with relatives near Richmond Va before returning homeMrs Willie B Hynes and children left last Monday morning for their former home Big Springs Ky where they will reside in the future She is a most excellent lady and made many friends during her stay in Co lumbia Mr Will Hovious who has been working in the Spectator office left for his home near Roley last Saturday He left to make preparations to enter the Deaf and Dumb School Danville He is a boy of excellent habits and made a good impression here Mrs J P Dohoney apd sister Miss Sallie Conover attended the Baptist Association at Campbells ville last week Mrs Dohoney returned home Monday afternoon but Miss Sallie remained for a short time afterwards visiting relatives near Cane Valley and Griffin Spring s Democratic Speaking Governor J C W- HonBeckham and Ruby Laf loon Will Speak at the fol lowing places on the dates named Every body should turn out and hear the is = sues of the present cama paign discussed Columbia Sept 91 at 130 Burkesville Sept 10 130 Albany Sept 11 130 Jamestown Sept 12 130 McmticellOi SeptItt 130- V Somerset l30f I7tj t Jt f iilf wi c1tj fx t flflf 47 i1ip r ra LcIqq o t ij telHft b a3 oi v a t Jffclf n L4iisV j vni ry T X 2 11 e LindsayWilson Training School A SAFE PLACE TO PUT YOUR CHILDREN FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 3rd Board 700 per month Tuition 2 to 4 per mo- nthjN8500 ADVANCE 8500I = = = PAYS = = l iBoard Tuition and Incidentals for one year FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS Neilson MOSS t Columbia Ky I REPORTOF THE CONDITION OF Ll No 6769 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK fiT GOLUMBIfl IN TttB STftTE Or KENTUCKY fiT TttE CLOSE OF BUS INESS ftUO 22 1907 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 79 099 09 Overdrafts secured and unsecur ed 2277 16 U S Bonds to secure circulation 25 000 00 Bonds securities etc 37 283 45 Banking house furniture and fixtures 300000 Due from approved reserve agents 4 234 28 Checks and other cash items 186 30 Notes of other National Banks 190 00 Fractional paper currency nick els andcents iis 3952 Lawful money reserved in banks viz Specie6 921 00 Legaltender notes6 500 00 13 421 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of cir culation 1250 00 Total 16598580 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 25 000 00 Surplus fund 5 000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 1 405 47 National Bank notes outstanding 25 000 00 Due to other National Bantfs 10 00 Individual deposits subject to check 109 570 33 165 985 STATE CF KENTOCKY COUNTY OF ADAIR ss P I A D Patteson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A D PATTESON Cashier Subscribed aud sworn to before me this 3rd day of Sept 1907 WM A COFFEY N P A C Commission Expires January 22 1908 CORRECT Attest HENRY N MILLER Director J F MONTGOMERY Director JAMES P BEARD Director Person who want to take life insur ance should seek the safest and most economical company The Connecticut Mutual leads all companies in paying dividends and its honesty in making re turns and prompt settlements has never been called in question For further information see J E Mur- rellCrenshawS D VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Sjfavin or any surgical work done at fairprices I am fixed to take care of stock Mon due when work is done or stock- removedfrom stables t ONE NALF MILE i COLUMBIAI II 3 ON 615A- f01NTMEIVT 11 i I e e N N N HN Il A Car Load of Buggies iI SUR UES AND OTHER LIGHT VEHICLES HAVE JUST ARRIVED I We can please anybody in style and price The latest designsRubber Tires or any kind you may want Every Vehicle Guaranteed Also an extra line of iBUGGY AND SURREY HARNESS fIf you want a Vehicle of any kind give a us a call Come while the Stock is fulleIlnd get Choice I Jeffries Hardware Store 1 4 Columbia Kentucky 4 + e fb i iPEACOCKS FOR SALE I I will sell either or all the stock below mentioned lt A two year old stallion KING PEACOCK 15 hands high two V white feet and a model in style He was sired by Jordan Peacock first dam by Artist second dam by Lexington This horse will please j anyone who wants something fine and whose value is increasing with agetsa A two year oldPeacock mare dam a Lexington mare She is 15flzt hands high I will also sell a fine suckling horse colt as good as the 1 best If interested in fine stock rapidly growing into value this is I I your chance J E FOSTER Greensburg Ky w iL E J E SNOW J C POPPLEWELL t JSnow Popplewcll t lDealers in General Merchandise J Dry Groceries Hardware h 1Buggies Wagons Harness Ferti and Uundertaker Goods ibzeri RsseIjingst I 1 Kejflucky A ti IB i L t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 4 1907 FROM INDIANA French Lick 8 24 07 Editor News Having been at French Lick Springs Indiana the noted hsalth resort during the past weekand feeling somewhat im proved in health I thought a few lines from one of the citizens of your county would be appre ciatedI here four mineral springs which are said to be among the finest in the world I find also one of the largest finest and best equipped hotels in America together with at least a dozen others not so large and all seem crowded with guests who come from all parts of America Kentucky being repre sented by a large delegation Among the prominent Kentuck ians here I have had the pleas ure of meeting Prof Milford White Dean of the Department of Education of the State Colle g at Lexington Ky also Judge J D Black and family of Barb ur ville Ky whom I find to be en joying themselves here very much and always glad to meet fellow Kentuckian Prof Whit- informs me that he is very well acquainted with my close neigh bor Tobias Huffaker whom h considers one of Kentuckys ablest teachers I find Prof White to be a man of very marked ability and of high type of character and deeply interested in the promotion of educa tion in our beloved common wealth I also find within one mile of French Lick the town o West Baden Ind where are located four other mineral springs with equal reputation to those a French Lick The leading hotel at West Baden is said to hav cost over one million dollars an contains one of the largest rotun das in the world I am going regularly to West Baden where I take hot sulphur and mud baths which I consider very beneficial to my health I feel that I arlt growing stronger while I know my purse is growing weaker However I consider it would be a great bargain if I could ex change what money I have for good health FrenchiLick and West Baden are situated on a branch of the Monon Railroad about 20 miles from Orleans Ind I hope to be able to return to my home not later than Septem ber the 1st and assume the du ties of my former position Hoping you may find space in the columns of your valuable pa per for my letter I beg to re main with best wishes to all my friends S C NEAT Theres a reason for that ache in your backright where it stitches every time you bend over turn around or walk any distance Its your kid neys Take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They are unequaled for backache weak kidneys and inflamma tion of the bladder A weeks treatment 25 cents Sold by Page Do honey t J FONTIilLL People in this community are generally well After the late rains corn looks i better and an average yield is expectedColumbia Singletree Company have temporarily quit buying spokes at this place for we sup pose lack of room Cleo Thomas Phil Ky went home Sunday and of course his horse would not stop short of YosemiteIThelma the little four year old daughter of Mr and Mrs A D Dunbar of Ono Ky diedI of scarlet fever August She was a bright sweet little girl andwas loved by allI Grieve not for her spirit has gone to the God who gave it The way to get rid of a cold whether it be a bad cold or just a little one is to get it out of your system through the bowels Nearly all Cough Cures especially those that contain opiates are constipating Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup contains no opiates and acts gently on the bowels Pleasant to take Sold by Page Dohoney SileileII The following stock sales have been reported since our last 5aPettyefor 150 one from J J England for 19 2 from R S Royse for McClisterefor 21 Frank Bennett bought 1 calf from J W McClister for 7 and one from J J England for 16 Dr G T Simpson bought one calf from Miss Laura Campbell for 1250 Venus Royse sold two yoke ofwork oxen and 1 log wagon for 200 offwork oxen to Geo Wooten for 220 He then bought two mules 160tDirigo Cor 000e ofdaged mules and wagon to Rev Phipps for 225 and bought a span of 2 year old mare mules from H B Ingram for 250 Knifley cor ooo At the Brooks Burriss sale last Saturday the following stock was sold two mares to T E Curry at 11750 one cow and calf toj A W Donard at 3450 one sow six pigs and six shoats to Dan Russell for 6750 A W Paxton solda bull to J 1 Dudson forc 20 and one cow to Tyler Bur ress for 25 E E Coffey sold one cow and calf to D B Gup ton for 2750 Rollingburg cors 000 Owen Hardesty bought most of the cattle in this section last week at from 3J to 31 to be delivered from the 1st to the mid dle of September Coburg cor 000 A J Mank sold 5 young calves to J A Martin for 40 also sold Boss Sullivan one colt for 65 Mell cor ooo Messrs Allsheler Co the noted mule man stopped over at the Wilmore House on his return from Columbia with 13 mules that he bought at the market price and while here bought one YofromGradyville cor 1 J i Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it imparts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c Jr s 0 11J Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh IndigestionKodolery represents the natural juices of diges floe as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonioI and reconstructive properties dyspepsia does not only relieve indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy helps all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach- Mr S S Ball of Ravenswood W Vi says III was troubled with sour stomach for twenty years Kodol cured mo and wa are using it in milk for BACKACHE WEAK KIDNEYS TRY DeWlTTS KIDNEY and BLADDER PILLSSurt and Safe Prepared by E O DeWITT do 00 Chicago Dr J NPage Agent Columbia Ky THEiManhattan Restauranta- nd Lunch Counter OTTO E YENT Prop 502 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Opposite Court House Louisville Kentucky REGULAR MEALS 20c BEST COFFEE A Woman may be surrounded by all the luxuries that money can buy and have the fawning friendship of people whose smiles only live in prosperity but if she feels herself unloved andalone in her heart the crown jewel in her diadem of happiness is lost things lose their value and life becomes monotonous The honest tender love of two brave hearts who have started out and are struggling to get a home for their little ones andmoney enough to feed clothe and edu cate them makes life a thousand times more attractive and inspiring I Health in the Canal Zone The high wages paid make it a temptation to our young arti ans to join the force of skillful work men needed to construct the Panama Canal Many are restrained however by the fear of fevers and malaria It is the knowing onesthose who have used Electic bitters who go there without this fear well knowing that they are safe from malarious influence with Electric Bitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousness weakness and all stomach liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed by T E Paull druggist 50c That Indiana man who is suing the fellow from whom he bought a rope to hang himself because the rope broke and frustrated his pursurely ought to recover the 10000 for which he sues Such unwarranted action on the part of the rope seller is palming off defective goods upon his cus tomers is highly reprehensible and should recieve adequate pun ishment if the statues provide it n HARDWICK Pres J COCKE Pres R DIETZMAN Sec CoIII MILkLkWtIGJ4TZ mAcHIN1STS I IDEALERS IN I r ENGINES BOILERS SAW GRIST MILLS MILLSI1301 THIKTeeNTHMftIN SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work tJ9 JOBBING WORK SOLICITED IIAll Kinds of Machinery Repaired LewisI Have just received several car loads of Disc Harrows Dagger Tooth Harrows Mowing and Reaping Machines Riding and Walking Cultivators Tongue and Tongueless Cultivators Land Rulers and Clod Crushers Lime and Salt Quality THE BEST The Prices the Lowest You will save money to call and see me you cannot come write Woodson Lewis Greonsburg DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FURNITURE CHAIRS AND MATTRESSES 527 WEST MAIN STREET BE1 FIFTH AND SIXTH II CONSULTATION EXAMINATION I If Louisville 3 III Dr James Menzies c OSTEOPATHY v r d ANI FREE 0 4tiice- J AT RESIDENCE 11 II Columbia Kentucky J M IT l THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 4 1907 LOTSr SALEsrNOW IS THE TIME TO BUY IF YOY WANT A CAEAP LOT WELL LOCATED IN TilE TOWN OF COLUMBIA Desirable Building Lots get higher every year Buy at Once and Get Choice BUILD WHEN YOU GET HEADY f Ido not know of a more desirable place to live BISHOP CARTER l See the plat and price of lots at Judge J J Simpsons i JChas R Payne L- F fEftEtEfE fEfmmtmfEf4N yt F75N i OFn7 NSiF l4ciF9ltFCiFyt4 74nc1 lY1i NOTICE I I BARDIN STAVE COMPANY 1 INCORPORATED 10000 Capital Stock 11 I MANUFACTURE FULL DRESSED OF BEER STAVES 1NEARII O Will buy your timber at a good fair price can use timber that will not staves Will also sell you the bestgIand COAL at 22 cents per red at Columbia Call on or addressIj Pi IL KENTUOKV II I fir t II fI1 11tI t fjr4 4GOOD ROOMS GOOD BEUS 100 per Day Sample Rooms Free 4 FEED AND LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTIONO o Russell Springs = Kentucky Phi 4 4444444444ici 4844444c 9 444444444444444 99444Q I Frank Corcoran s 04 HIGHGRADE MARBLE AND GRANITE O 4 0 0CEMETERY WORK OF ALL KIND TRADE FROM ADAIR AND gADJOINING COUNTIES SOLICITED SEE us BEFORE YOU BUY O Jo Main Street Lebanon Ky o 000 0094444400044000094449- u COLUMBIA PLANING MILL COMPANY I ALL HINDS OF Building Material Rough and Dressed Lumber 1FURNITUREMade to Order and on Hands at all Times A Full Line of Windows and Doors COLUMBIA KENTUCKYf t U It A M EL- LExchanging Real Estate seems to be all the go just now in this part of the country- T A Edwards sold his farm to his son Eugene for 2500 0 B Finn is about to sell his farm and place of business and locate near Campbellsville Crops are looking fine in this section Tobacco is extra good Mr Geo Clark one of our best farmers is buying up young cattle for fall grazing He re cently sold a bunch of cattle to Jack Martin realizing good profits from same Robert Dohoney has soldand is delivering a fine lot of locust post to John A Hobson Greens3 burg Ky at 15 cents a post A protracted meeting begun here last Monday conducted by Rev G Y Wilson- A J Mank and wife visited relatives near Greensburg Friday and Saturday- W P Price and family visited relatives in Garrard county last week and was investigating Real Estate up there with the purpose of buying But he found the soil priced very high in the Blue Grass country W R Dohoney is having a fine new feed barn built on hisI place which will add much to sameMr Frank Dowell son of D B Dowell who recently went to Louisville for Medical treatment come mercial position There are a great many people who have slight attacks of indigestion and dyspepsia nearly all the time Their food may satisfy the appetite but it fails to nourish the body simply be cause the stomach is not in fit condition to do the work it is supposed to dolt cant digest the food you eat The stomach should be given help You ought take something that will do the work your stomach cant do Kodol For Indigestion and Dyspepsia a com bination of natural digestants and vegetable acids digests the food itself and gives strength and health to the stomach Pleasant to take Sold by Page Dohoney DIRIGO Mrs J W Campbell who has been sick for a long time is yet very low Mr and Mrs James Cole of Cumberland county visited rel atives heIe last Saturday and SundayMiss EthYLewis Fairplay is visiting her uncle J W Campbell this week Messrs Campbell Stotts are running their saw mill in Cumberland county this week Mrs Jane Campbell is on the sick listIJ M Campbell did business at Fairplay last WednesdayI W J Bean is visiting his mother at Glasgow this week Mrs Charles Bennett Fair play visited relatives here a few days ago- Master Walter Bennett Leba non Junction is spending a few days at this place R L Campbell has found a blessing for women The terrors of wash day jfjffa over and if th K wear clean clothes and yet save his wife one days work to the week it will pay him to call on Mr Campbell an learn the secret DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is good for boils burns cuts scalds and skin diseases It is especial ly good for piles Sold by Page Do honey Columbia Ky CLEMENTSVILLE The general health is distress ingly good Mr Franklin Wethington who was very seriously hurt while trying to break a wild pony is able to be out again H A Wethington was i Campbellsville the first of the week on business Tobe Ward who has been run ning a lumber mill on Canoe Creekrecently moved into our city to spend a few weeks Little Miss Catherine Wething ton daughter of H A Wething ton while trying to dip water from a spring fell in and would have drowned if timely assist ance had not arrived The population of our city is increasing very rapidly and will doubtless in another decade be up with the largest city in Casey Noah Wethington our local carpenter has just completed a large feed barn and is now building a handsome residence on Maxwell Street Mr George Goode is5 also erecting a residence on Roodle Branch- A musical entertainment was given in Singler Bros plaining mill hall last night and was at tended by a very large crowd men only For health and plenty hospi tality and friendly kindness Clementsville the Eden of the mountains is unsurpassedI The Mission at St Bernards Church given by Father Benedict Hanly of Louisville arid which closed on the 18thwas the most successful in the histo ry of this congregation There were many additions to the churchSt school opens on the first Monday in September with Miss Hettie Thompson of Lebanon as teacher and the lo cal pastor of the Catholic Church as principal The school has very flattering prospects Misses Mary and Annie Shea Ed Shea and Nat OShea of Bowling Green went home this week after a pleasant visit of a month spent in Clementsville The Rev OShea and the Rev Hanley were in Liberty on the evening of Monday the 19th and preached and sang in the Christian Church of that place They were given a most cordial reception by the good people of Liberty and both were highly pleased with their visit Nealsey of Campbellsville was here assisting with the serv ices of the Mission of the Catho lic church DeWitts Little Early Risers are good for anyone who needs a pill They are small safe sure little pills that doI not gripe or sicken Sold by Page Dohoney iCi i C M WISEMAN SON- i I Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians H Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall Stn Louisville Ky I S D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON 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 NALF MILE FROM COLUMBIA ON DISAP POINTMENT I Coffins AND Caskets I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short Give me a I call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop J E Snow Russell Springs W Everett Lester DENTIST Liberty Kentucky Columbia Hotel SMITH NELL Prop- sfirstClass Accommodations Guaranteed COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Dr O S Dunbar DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky The Touch That Heals Is the touch of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the happiest combination of Arnica flowers and healing balsams ever com pounded No matter how old the sore ulcer is this Salve will cure it For itburnshas no Guaranteed byT E Paull Drugg5c t EI U 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 4 1907 r if r WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS I Weeks HappeningsNews Important or Otherwise as ed By Our Corps of Correspondents ReportI GRADYVILLE The weather has been very warm for the past week Quite a number from this place attended the funeral service of Brother G Whit Flowers Satur ayIThe sale of Mr J J Hunter past well attended Saturday was and things sold well Our farmers are complaining of stock water getting very scarceStrong Hill is working daily o Ibis new business house in our town J A Diddle is receiving a nice lot of wheat this week at 90 scents per bushel Several of our young people attended the singing at Cool Spring last Sunday Mr A T Shirrell and daughter Miss Florence attended the Association at Campbellsville last week and report a large crowd in attendance and good services i Mr John Yates made a bus trip4i to Glasgow one day last week Mr Albert Mercer and Frank Cobb two of Mill towns upto date business men were in ou midst a day or so of last week Messrs J F Pendleton and J A Diddle were in Louisville a few days the first of the week Messrs P C McCaffree of Columbia and W S Pickett of Ketlner were in our midst last Friday Mr W W Yates spent a day or so at Edmonton the first of weekMr L Grady left here last Wednesday for Somerset wher- he is with his string of horses and will take in the Fair Mr Matthew Taylor of Glens fork in company with W L Stotts passed through our town 3 few days ago en route for East Fork Mr Taylor called into see your reporter and we are always glad to meet him for it goes without saying that he is riip on every subject Mr Cleo Shirrell one of our prosperous young men who is Springsinour midst a few days ago and reported that he was wonderfully pleased with the people at the Springs and was enjoying a good trade CANE VALLEY Mr R L Banks wife and lit tie son of Richmond were visit ing the family of S G Banks last week- J J Banks the old reliable has been quite sick for the past two weeksMisses Maude j Emma and J Cleve Thomas of Corbin are visiting their sister Mrs Ed Hancock Mr James Coomer of Gresh am has rented property an moved to this place Mr Coom er is a jovial good oldgentlema hindm withus Mr Jim Cager Yates a popular rf man of Bradfordsville paid us a visit last week Mr Alexander McAlister of Shelbyville was here to see his son Obie last week who is Cashier of the Citizens Bank of this place Mrs E C Sublett purchased a trio of trained ferrets last week from Levi Farnsworth London They are quite nice pets and fine ratters Robt Hancock who has been confined to his bed for the past three months is improving slow youngnman and we would be glad to see him out again soon Mrs Ed Hancock who has been sick for several weeks is improv ing Mrs J T Riffe of Southern Ala is visiting her father Rev WIS Dudgeon at this place ROWS S X ROADS Miss Annie Voils is quite sick this week Rev Frank Turner preached his farewell sermon here last week Frank will leave for Dayton Ohio the first of Sep tember to attend school Good- r luck to you Frank Mrs Martitia Helm is lying dangerously We are having lots of rain the corn looks fine The Methodist Brethren are holding a big meeting this week at Mt Pleasant Church here Willis Higginbotom of Indiana is visiting relatives and friends here Miss Mary Hadley of Den mark who has been in bed for beebetter Polly Ann the daughter of William and Elizabeth Hadley was born about 78 years ago professed t religion and united with the United Brethren Church 60 years ago Twenty years ago the subject of this sketch was married to Sam Floyde she was left a widow several years ago and has just made her home from place to place among her people Two years ago she fell and dis located her hip from which she never recovered until death set her free July 26 1907 She made her own plans about her grave and what to put on her then she said to those around her I am ready to go and closed her eyes in death and was gone Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord- ELLER M E Tarter of Fonthill was hereon business Monday Rev Sam Williams of Mont pelier preached an interesting sermon here Sunday Eventus Bolin of Chattanooga Tenn was visiting relatives in this vicinity from Saturday till Monday Dunndquitensick for several days with scarlet fever A ElFoley and family return ed from a visit to relatives in Lincoln county last Saturday Tom Walton of Rheber is vis iting relatives in this community J A Bernard and W M Brown are at Tarter this week bucking staves Bertie Foley and family and Jesse Ford and family visited Mr and Mrs Seth Wadeat Lonstreet Saturday and Sunday B G Wilson bought a hog last week of Mrs Letta Gosser at 5 cents per pound Rev Crawford Trimble of Pulaski county and Rev J M Pierce of Adair county are con ducting a very interesting re vival meeting at Clear Fork church at this writing Two of D E Flanagans children are reported quite sick with scarlet fever Mrs Wesley Wilson is visiting her daughter Mrs Dan P Withers near Irvins Store this week WILL TAKE THE STUMP Editor News I am going to commence the State campaign for the State ticket of the Democratic party the first part of September 1907 and I am going to turn loose on the Republican party like a mighty thunder cloud anJdrive all elements of oppression to de struction Column after column may be hurled against my works and column after column will be smitten with irretrievable ruin It will be the greatest harvest of Republican defeat known in Ken tucky for the last ten yeats It will be like Stonewall Jackson at the battle of Bull Run The horsemen and the footmen of the Rebublicanrparty will be driven from the field and hearled into disorganization and into the sub urbs of Washington for pro tection until the panic shake is over I mean just what I say JOHN M SULLIVANOlga Ii Stock Sales J G Sublett sold fifteen yearling mules to Bridgewater Moody last Thurs day for 15 per head Cane Valley cor 000 Susie Hadley sold to Clay Hadley one milk cow for 25 the same to Luther Selby one heifer for 16 the same to Thomas Hadley one calf for 3Rowes- X Roads cor 000 Pedigo Rodgers bought six or eight mules here Monday at an average of 145 per head 000 Young Coffey bought six mules Monday ranging in price from 85 to 8180 per head 000- A r number of mule colts changed hands Monday the best ones bringing 75 and 80 Gov Beckham and Hon Ruby Laf foon at the court house next Monday at 130 oclock BARGAIN SALEjOF SILKS l We have about 200 piecesjgof silks from 1 to 5 yards to piece assorted colors which we will sell at wholesale prices RUSSELL Co Dr Jas Triplett Dr J E e Grant TRIPLETT GRANT DENTISTS If Porcelain Fillings Somnoform Gas U Office in Jeffries Building Residence Phone 29 Office ne 40 ring 2 Columbia entucky lo c SASHI rC EXCLUSIVET Sash and Door Mouse It j i IS WHAT WE ARE i BY CONFINING OUR ATTENTION T04r f we are enabled to carry a Larger Stock and a 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