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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i jf m O t1bif unnt it42 t iti VOLUME 10 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1907 NUMBER 45 THE CONFERENCE In the list of homes assigned to mem bers of the Conference last week there were some errors made A number of gentlemen who had agreed to board members had not given to the Commit tee the boarding houses selected and were left off the list We publish a few more names today If any one is left off the list who have agreed to take members of the Conference it is by mistake Some who have agreed to board members of the Conference have not yet reported to the Committee the reIquestedAll persons who have agreed to take are requested to be upon the square Tuesday evening as the preachers ar riveSam Lewis J H Richerson Alec ChewningC N McGil- lJ S StappJ A Chandler G W DennisFrank Sinclair G W Hummel R H Roe Jno EubankJ P Hoggan Braxton MassieC F Winberly C H Brombley- J H JuddJ E Shelton Wm Frankum R M Wheat R E White Committee ORDINATION Af RUSSELL SPRINGS On September 8 1907 persuant to the call of Mt Vernon Baptist Church upon Russell Springs Baptists of Rus sell Springs C to ordain one of her members who had been called to the care of said Mt Vernon Church to the full work of the gospel ministry a Presbytery was called composed of when organized J M Pierce Moder ator J Grider Secretary W B Cave to question candidate on articles of faith and to preach the sermon C F Breeding to lead the prayer C M Dee ner to give charge to both candidates at church J Wade pastor of Russell Spring church together with Deacons from Welfare and Mt Vernon Churches The candidate was rigidly exam ined and found to be sound in faith and doctrines of the Bible The sermon was preached from Second Timothy 2 151 5 The Assembly was dismissed by candidate Bro B F Voils X CIRCUIT COURT A very lake crowd was in Columbia last Monday the opening of circuit court Judge Baker opened court promptly at 10 oclock and the remain der of the forenoon was occupied in in structing the grand jury The jury is composed of twelve good men and the usual instructions were given The following compose the two juries GRAND JURY W B Cave Foreman Bob Royse J E Flowers W H C Sandidge John Johnson Dink Dillingham John M Conover Valentine Leftwitch Mont Montgomery G R Akin King Rogers and George JURY Al Thomas S L Sandusky J B Cave W L Simpson Horace Massie Wyatt Feese Jno F Hamilton Willis Shepherd A G Todd Willis Hum phrey Richard Hutchison Albert Johnson John Harvey Milt James Joel Watson Everett Murrell Geo L Wolford W E Johnson Frank Hard wick James Cooley F W Miller B F Monday Ben E Rowe and L B Hurt SUCCESSFUL OPERATION Miss Minnie Triplett of this place who is speding the Fall at Petosky Mich was operated on for appendicitis in that pity last Sunday week Her brothers here did not know the operation was going to be performed until after it was over though they had beed notified that she was threatened with the complaint Miss Minnies friends will be glad to know that she stood the operation nice ly and is rapidly improving as every mail brings that informationfa Mr J 0 Russell will build a modern cottage on a lot opposite his residence Mr AD Coy is the contractor and the work win commence at once It is our information that Mr Jo Russell and wife will occupy the ore MARRIED IN CHICAGO ILL The intelligence of the marriage of Dr Almon Jones to Miss Lena Wil liams did not reach us in time for our last weeks issue They were married at Chicago Ill August 31 where Dr Jones was taking a postgraduate course This union was not a surprise to those who have been on the inside as the couple had been going together for several years The groom is a son of Dr J T Jones Montpelier and is a physician who has been given quite su perior advantages a gentleman of high character The bride is a most excel lent young woman no better in Adair county possessing all the characteris tics which go to make up true woman hood At this writing it is not known where the couple will locate RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Whereas The Supreme Grand Master of the universe has called from his la bors here on earth to eternal refresh ments above our beloved brother G Whit Flowers in his 71st year thereforeResolved That Gradyville Lodge No 251 F and A M has lost a true and faithful member his wife a faithful companion his children a devoted fal ther the Church and community a Christian in the truest sense Second That this Lodge extend to the bereft family its heartfelt sympathy in this great hour of affliction Third That these resolution be spread upon the record book of this Lodge and and a copy sent to each of the county papers for publication and a copy sent to the family of deceasedW S A Taylor fL CNell Committee IMPOVING Mr David Garvin of this place who fell from a scaffold att he residence of Mr J T Mercer Milltown last week dislocating his shoulder andreceiving other bodily injuries is impoving but it will be some days before he will be able to resume work Immedately after the accident Mr Garvin was conveyed to his home in Columbia where he received medicalattention and where he could be under care of his family MR JOHN ROYSE DEAD A paper from Sherman Texas gives an account of the death of Mr John Royse which occurredin that city Au gust 17 The deceased was a native of Adair county a brother of Mr Solomon Royse and Mrs Stephen Conover The deceased was sixty five years old and veay popular in Sherman where he resided a number of years The paper stated that his death was caused by a bite inflicted by some kind of insect He leaves a wife Circuit Court brought a large crowd to Columbia last Monday and business was lively with all the merchants from early in the morning until late in the afternoon There were a number of stock dealers here and quite a number of mules and horses changed hands Jockey street was crowdedwith horse swappers and a number of men went home riding a different horse from the one they came in on Speaking of horse jockeys it is said that five or six men in this county make theirfliving in that way only One of the best sermons delivered in this town for many moons came from Rev A R Kasey last Sunday ight It was at union services hold at the agjffBaptistcongrega- tion being out No spearar was ever accorded closer attention His subject was the love of God for his earthly children plainly showing that the way to the celestrial city was plain and if men and women did not enter therein it wife their own fault The Louisville Conference will convene y in Columbia next Wednesday Preachers from all over the State will be here and during the week it will be in session our people will be given an opportunity to hear fome of the strong men of the Methodist Church Eld W K Azbill will fill the pulpit at Christian Church I fore noon- t 0 r VICTIM OF CANCER Mr Adolph Myers who was a citizen of Columbia having removed to this place from Hardin county several years ago died in St Mary and Elizabeth hospital Louisville last Saturday at 1145 oclock a m He was sixtytwoI years old and was afflicted cer having gone to Louisville for treat ment He was a quiet good citizen and at one time was Town Marshal of Columbia He leaves a number of children all of whom as we understand reside in Hardin county Young Coffey sold their handsome three year old show stallion Highland Peacock to W L Grady of this county The price paid was private but we are informed that it was the highest price ever paid in this section of eKntucky for a saddle colt of his age This colt has been shown the past two seasons through Southern Kentucky and a part of Tennessee where he won many blue ties and the admiration of all horse lovers who saw him exhibited He sired Jordan Peacock 1148 creeIs1borois adescendant of the great ily being by Raven Artist 1043 he by Artist 75 Mr Grady is now at Cook ville Tenn where he will show his fine string of horses this week Mr J C Strange who is at work on Mr Walker Bryants residence met with a very serious accident last Wednesday He was using his pocket knife the blade slipping and the index finger of his left hand was almost severed It will be ten days or more before he can nse the finger Mrs W F Hancock will have her millinery goods oh exhibition the first of next week She has purchased a- very attractive stock and respectfully invites all her friends to call at her store Miss Carlisle is with her Henry and Porter Poison are con demned to hang at Albany December 6 1907 They murdered an old lady named Julia Brown An appeal will be taken tyit Judge Jarvis has passed sen tence on the condemnedmen Mrs James Garnett entertained a number of her Columbia lady friends and also several lady visitors last Wednesday j evening Refreshments were served and the evening very enjoyably spent Rev E W Coakley preached at the Baptist Church last Sunday forenoon At the close of his discourse there were two additions to the church Misses Mary and Corinne Shearer daughters of Eld Trabue Shearer It is our understanding that the S W Buchanan Institute Campbellesville opened with flattering prospects The first day about eighty pupils matricu lated and that number was augmented during the week The Babtist Academay at Campells ville opened with eightyseven pupils and up to last Friday the number had increased to ninetyseven The outlook is very promising to the management Mr James McGee of Somerset son of Mrs Delia McGee was married last week to Miss Willie Kersey of Monte rey7 Tenn The couple are now with the grooms mother in Somerset LOSTA pocket book containing some money and a lot of notes The finder will leave at this office The finder will be rewarded 0 0Geo J Hurt We very much regret that we were unable to ptihlish all of Jndge S W Ha gers opening speech in this issue The remainder about six and a half columns will appear next week Itwas but little trouble last week to find life insurance agents upon the square Every time you turned around you faced one Recital at LindsayWilson next Satnrday evening Miss Shannon assisted by Miss Pendlan Every body invited The Methodist church as completed Union services will be held there next Sunday evening the sermon to be preached by Rev J G Cook t L fj FELLOWSHIP AND UNITY I do not believe there is another town in Kentucky which can boast of as much visible love and unity between the vari ous ministers and their congregations asI Columbia when the size and popula tion are taken into consideration- A beautiful instance of this kindly spirit and the fellowship between two minis ters of the gospel was exhibited at the Christian Church Sunday morning The Rev A R Kasey pastor of the Methodist Church occupied the pulpit and at the close of his sermon in a few eloquent and well chosen words he ten dered his sincere thanks to the Chris tian minister and his congregation for the use of their church during the past two months while the Methodist church was being remodeled In the abscence of the pastor Elder Z T Williams Elder W K Azbill responded to Rev Kaseys expression of thanks and grati tude andsaid that in speaking for Eld Williams he was sure that it had been both a pleasure and a profit as well as edifying to have had Rev Kasey and his congregation worship with them as it was a token of unity and oneness of the Lords people and true Christian spirit Another invitation was extended by Eld Azbill to Rev Kasey and his congregation to make the Christian church their home for services again at any future time they may desire to The first ser vices in the newly remodeled Methodist church will be next Sunday eveningF L I Stock Sales I 1 C Winfrey of Cumberland county sold a combined horse to a Mr Vanhoy for 140 000J- ohn Holladay sold Bennett and Walker 47 hogs at 560 per hundred He also sold Charles Herriford 18 head of cattle for 411 To L B Cain 3 head for 72 000 Arthur E Stanton bought one span of mules from Charlie Hammonds for 200Felit cor 000 G H Stephens sold a pair of two year old mules to Virgel Rexroat last week for 50Eller cor ooo A J Mank is buying up calves for fall grazing he also sold a cow to Geo Blakeman for 28 and a colt to Boss Sullivan for65Mell cor 000 Venius Royse sold three head of cat tle to R Y impson for 55Dirigo- cor 000 FOR SALEOne milk cow eight thoroughbred Berkshire pigsj 451t A H BALLARD 000 W W Cook bought a suckling mule- colt Monday for 5750 ooo 4 Harris Bros sold to Walker Ben nett 3 head of cattle for 4747 and one to G Rasner foW 15 00 6 S Dr W B Helm sold 4 calves to a Mr Calhoun for 48 one calf to Na than Bridgewaters for 21 one cow to Mrs Alice Arnett for 25 he bought a mule colt from Porter Curry for 71 one from Mrs Dorinda Jeffries for 50 One from Marcus Hood for 12 Mrs Alice Arnett sold a cow to Anderson Bros for 24 one calf to James Philips for 12 bought one cow from Brook Pierce for 24 iL C Moore of Gresh am sold a cow to Anderson Bros for X17 Thurlow Cor 000 Albert Ware sold last week to 1 rJ George Philips one suckling colt sired by young Kentucky Squirrel owned by Henry Griffin of Taylor county for the sum of 125Coburg Cor Taken up as a stray by M 0 Stevenson living northeast of Columbia about 2 miles 1 white male hog No mark except 2 black spots on each sideI about 18 months old Given hand this 31st 6f August 1907 34t JOHN EuBthk J P A C t L rtfS Born to the wife of W D Bridge water September 14th a 10 pound son Mrs J D Walker and Mrs Jo Coffey Sr Spent the day at Mrs Harriet Yates of Gradyville last Friday Mr John Waller Johnston the cloth ing man will be here on Monday Sep tember 30 See his ad and come to see him G Rasner has sold his stock of gro ceries to Al Sinclair Mr Rasner will continue to run a meat shop in the same buildjng Mr N M Tutt has razed his old res idence on Burkesville street and preparations are now being made for a handsome brick home IMr J 0 Russell has now the con of water works at his resi dence The outfit was put in operation last Friday by Mr J F Patteson The finder of my money purse con taining some small change and watch key will please leave at News office John Johnson FOR SALEHigh class seed oats and wheat Samples at the News office CALDWELL BROS Burdick Ky 452t Russell Co are advertising their Fall stock of goodsthe most complete stock they have ever opened up and that means a great deal to those who have examined their previous displays- CLEMENTSVILLE It has been raining on the just as well as the unjust The recent rains have made the corn crops in this county the best for many years Last week new sorghum was made by Hilary Wethington the expert lasses manufacturer of this community At Bernards Parochial school at this place opened its doors on Monday September 2nd with an attendance of 67 pupils Since then the number has increased to 71 with prospects of many more An assistant teacher will be employed within a few days It speaks well for this school that at its very onset it has received generous patronage from the community Mr Thomas King of Campbells ville is making concrete founda tion and porch for Ward arid Wethingtons new store MISS Mattie Wethington and Mr Fladget Clements both of Clementsville will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony by Rev A LitO Shea at St Ber nards on Tuesday morniling September 17 Both are popular young people of this sec tion and have the best wishes of a host of friends for a long and happy life Mr Marxwell a turner for the Royer Wheel plant of this city is visiting friends at Portland In diana Uncle Pins and Mar thy Wethington of this section are in Campbellsville on business this week Mr Gail Brown of the Brush Creek section paid us a pleasant visit this week Mr Eugene Wethington has purchased a new buggy and will doubtless spend his declining years in ease and happiness There will soon be an efiort made to organize a society in this city to be known as the Sons of Rest or NonSweaters It will be composed only ofrmen opposed to manual labor Any member found assisting hisf y wife or mother in toting wood water or any other chores will be considered an unfriendly act to J 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 18 1907 OPENING CUN OF- THECAMPAIGN Fired by Judge S W Hager the Gubernatorial Nominee- In Presence of Democratic Hosts at Lexington Party Platform Outlined and Record of Deeds of the Partys Officials Reviewed Not a Dodger on Any Issue of the Campaign Lexington Ky Aug StBefore a vast concourse of Kentucky Democrats assembled here today Judge S W Hager of Boyd county nominee of the party for governor of the common wealth made the initial speech of his campaign Outlining a party plat form for the planks of which he sttod when seeking the nomination and which was adopted by the voters of the party when they nominated him pointing out tho many good features of Democratic administration In the past seven and onehalf years and insuring the peoplu of the state that Kentucky will not be behind in pro grwjsiveness in the next four years If Democracy is continued In power Judge Hagers address made a splen did Impression He spoke as follows Mr Chairman Ladles and Gentlemen The time has come when the voters of this commonwealth are to choose a governor and other state officers who for the ensuing four years are to perform the duties and exercise the powers pertaining to the different departments of the executive branch of the state government It is for them to say not only who shall be J the governing authorities but also by what principles In what manner and under what policies the affairs JUDGE S W HAGER of the state shall be administered Indeed it is the province of the voters In their sovereign wisdom to define and prescribe in a great measure if not wholly the very lines along which state affairs shall be conducted for as has been said it is they who finally determine all matters of governmental policy This being true it is of tile highest importance that each individual voter whatever may have been or may now be his party affilia tion should consider thoughtfully and carefully the claims made by the two political parties for his support For If error creeps in if mistakes are made and evil ensue the blow falls heaviest upon the Individual whose property is taxed to support and maintain the stAte government and its institutions and whose prosperity and happiness depend upon the policies and princi ple behind the governing power and entthen for good or evil in state affairs resting in the voter it is but fair and Just to him in order that he may act with Intelligence that the candidates aeeSlng his suffrage should give a full and complete expression of the views the represent upon the various questions end Issues which most nearly erect him and his interests and the interests of the state at large It is uf the utmost importance to him that he should know these views and mowing them and thoughtfully consid Bring theta it should be his duty to act upon them conscientiously as his judgment may dictate Mr Byan says platforms should Be mado by the vors that platforms should be the 4 oression of the withes of the voters t the party and not the arbitrary production of a few loaders There are two ways In which mch a consummation may be reached Th9 first if by the election of dele rates to a nominating convention wno Jn their canvass for election present for the consideration of the voters a statement of prjnciv s and policies for which they stand and for which they will eontend as members of the convention Delegates elected under inch conditions may truly speak for the voters and in such way the voters may make the platform But even forIthe medium of a primary election in which the party nominees are chosen directly by the voters themselves that candidate for nomination being chos en whose declaration of policies and principles and whose attitude toward public affairs prove satisfactory to the voters In this way the platform is made by the voters beyond all ques tionNominated as I was In a primary election after a canvass in which the principles and policies to which I hold were enunciated and discussed from one end of the state to the other I come before you my fellow citizens the commissioned candidate of the Democratic party for the office of governor with a platform made in Just such way as Mr Bryan truly says it should be made Some of the more Important declarations presented for the endorsement of the Democratic voters briefly state were the follow ingDemocratic Platform Its Eleven Planks 1 Insistence upon faithfulness and economy in the management of pub lic affairs demanding that public of fice shall be recognized as a public trust 2 For the impartial and energetic enforcement of all laws 3 That there shall be no expendi ture of public money except In obedi ence to law and that strict economy shall be observed in public expendi tures 4 In favor of fostering and devel oping the educational Interests of the state 5 Insistence upon just and reason able rates and impartial service from the railroads within principles fair alike to the railroads and the public 6 Requiring that all corporations shall bear their just and due propor tion of the burden of taxationno less and no more that they shall come up to the full requirements of the rev enue lawsaU interests being placed on an equal footing In the matter of taxation 7 Welcoming every reform In ad ministrative methods that will reduce the cost of government to the people 8 Favoring improvement in every respect possible in the conduct of the states public Institutions especially with regard to asylums for the Insane 9 Advocating the promotion of the material development of the state and of conditions that Invite the invest ment of capital within our borders 10 Expressing opposition to all economic policies that make for the upbuilding of trusts or other combina tions that operate to oppress both con sumer and producer of the products of the farm 11 Calling for faithful adherence to the constitution and to the Jeffer sonian doctrine of Justice and equal rights to all Party Voters Made Platform in Pri mary Such declaration of principles and policies was presented to the Democrats in my speeches throughout the state and In awarding me the nomina tion they gave it approval and adopted it by their direct votes- I do not therefore come before you with a perfunctory platform formu lated by a few leaders and languidly adopted without debate by a meager ly attended convention but with one that has been made and approved as their own by the direct untrammeled votes of thousands of my fellowDem ocrats for whose consideration it was presented And now appearing before the people as a whole as the represen tative of my party I wish to such ex tent as present conditions may require and my commission from my party may warrant to emphasize and am plify the platform upon which the Democratic party has placed Its seal of approval I feel justified in expect ing the support of every Democratic voter and I trust that many others of my fellow citizens approving the principles and policies for which the Democratic representatives stand will see that their duty to themselves and to the state also lies in the support of the Democratic ticket in this cam paignVoters to Choose Between Parties Against the personal character and attainments of the gentleman who has the distinction of representing the Republican party as its candidate for governor I have not one word to say This is not a contest between persons This is not a contest in which the per sonality of one candidate is to be weighed against the other It Is in fine not a contest to determine sim ply as to whether Mr Willson as an individual or I allan Individual shall occupy that exalted position It is rather a contest which is to decide whether in this commonwealth the A principles and policies of the Demo cratic party or those of thp Republican party shall prevail It is a contest In which you as voters are to decide your preferences It is for you to say Whether the state of Kentucky shall continue Its progress under the wise the businesslike the economical the safe and conservative policies which for nearly eight years have characterI- zed the Democratic administration or whether we shall again be subject to the misrule the mismanagement and the failure attending a Republican ad ministration of public affairs Would you rather see our beloved state in peace arid quiet moving on in the line of progress to take her plaoe In the vanguard of states her fertile fields full of the harvest her cities aglow with the blaze of Industry commer cial and Industrial prosperity on every hand her affairs carefully ably and economically administered free of debt law and order prevailing anti taxes at the lowest rate consistent with a wise and judicious adminlstra tion of affairs which follows Demo cratic policies or would you rather gee her peace disturbed her quid broken her progress checked her ta rate higher her institutions mismanaged incompetence and extravagance In state affairs all of which marked the only Republican administration Kentucky has ever had and which we might reasonably expect would characterize any Republican administration Would you not rather see peace and quiet at the capital as it is today un disturbed by the rattle of arms of the soldiery the machinery of govern ment running smoothly and without friction each department of the state without challenge performing its func tions or would you rather again wit ness the scene of a governor calling out the state militia to prevent the election of a United States senator and the unspeakable horror of riot and disorder that existed when the great common peoples governor fell mor tally wounded almost at the steps of the capitol while the usurper Taylor surrounded himself with troops of sol diers and denied to the civil authors ties the right to search for the assassin who fired the fatal shot from a window of the office of the Republican secretary of state and not more than forty feet from where Taylor himself witnessed the tragedy- It Is for you to say which of these pictures is the brightest and fullest of hope God forbid that the people this state should ever again ofI such scenes as were enacted when the then usurper and now fugitive TaylorI filled the state capitol with outlaws to Intimidate the legislature and precipitate a reign of riot and disorderState National Governments the Issue I confess a natural ambition to be the governor of this the proudest of all the commonwealths but that am bition is subservient to the interests of my people and it is not upon any personal claim but rather for the Democratic policies and principles I represent that I ask your support in this canvass The canvass in which we are en gaged Is a contest between the Republican and Democratic parties upon the policies of each as affecting the state and is a contest in which national Issues have no part except that upon the result of the ensuing election depends whether or not Kentucky maybe counted on with certainty to cast Its electoral vote for the Democratic nominee for president in 1908 The Republican party has always been the party of centralization It is the party of high protection under whose vicious principles great trusts have been formed and thrive It is the party that for campaign purposes has extorted from the great corpora tions fabulous contributions under promise of favorable legislation such funds so contributed to be used for corrupting and debauching the Amer ican ballot It is the same party that by its in iquitous policy of protection taxes to the American consumer the articles of daily use thus favoring capital and discriminating against labor It is the same party that in Kentucky sought by violence and bloodshed to over ride the will of the people and with the iron heel of the usurper trampled In the dust the constitution and theI laws of the state It is the same par ty that in convention assembled in 1900 when John W Yerkes was nom inated for governor indorsed without reserve the resolute and patri otic course of W S Taylor which resolute and patriotic course was a conspiracy consummated in the assassination of Governor Goebel When a fearless and honest delegate boldly denounced that assassina tion upon the floor of the convention that nominated my opponent Mr Will son and vigorously declared that the men who killed Goebel even though they thought they were working in the right interest of the Republican party ought to be hanged Every one of them should die for this crime and If the party wants success it must not ihlrk this issue but must see that very man connected with this foul murder pays the full penalty of the lawhe received not the slightest evi denc of sympathy but on the con FIFTH SUNDAY Fifth Sunday Missionary Board School Convention Creek Association to Cane Valley Baptist tember 28 =29 1907 1st Introductry S Gatton2nd does church stand forIJ L Adkins 3rd Our mission outlook and our itJ B Ferrill 4th What are the of promoting a among usJ F Roach SUNDAY PLASTERdom 1st The devils vs the churches W T Underwood J 2nd Character Sunday School work work what is the be reachedE F S Ferrill3rd Keys of FIBER I their use and abuseG S Mission sermonPorter in the Canal Zone high paid make it a temptation to our young arti to join the force of skillful work needed to construct the Panama Many are restrained however fear of and malaria It knowing onesthose who have Electic bitters who go there this fear well knowing that are safe from malarious influence Electric Bitters on hand Cures poison too biliousness weakness all stomach liver and kidney Guaranteed by T E Paull 50c 4s NORTHWEST TEXAS 000 acres of rich Texas land con to railroads produces finest al cotton corn also a good stock The climate is ideal and the about 2500 feet All kinds of do well Price from 10 and up J cash and balance to suit Any one desiring to inves this proposition write W L WILLIAMS Mobelie Tex at the News office 21tf Is a substitute for com mon lime There is intelligent economy in 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 MANUFACTURED BY Kentucky Wall Plaster Co Brook RiverBOTH PHONES 2267 Louisville Ky Also Operating HOOSIER WALL PRASTER PLANT Jeffersonville id Phone 555 I The Louisville Trust CompanySouthwest GarnerI LOTJISVILLH Organized 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 Administrator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every posi tion of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impart al and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength l ss oosesseee esCsserX To New QuartersI We 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 1Justestablished OnrStock there WATCHES will justify avenueInp to date our prices as low e L HUBER SON s s4XXe1 Xa Health wages fevers mortar JEWELE1ZS and OPTICIANS X sQQw WHY BREAK YOUR BACK When you can Get a 1900 Ball Bearing WASH MACHINE that a Child 14 years old can Wash a Tube Of Clothes In 6 minutes Guaranteed to do the Work or Money Refunded Write for prices onciNEW WAY GASOLINE ENGINES Address Department A care of DEALER BROS II116 EMARKETST ONE SQUARE BELOW ENTERPRISE HOTEL TELEPHONE 2167A HOME 2187 v a LOUISVILLE KY c I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 18 1907 ww w lCavwv w IvNC tVV V v Vm m 1I 1 1 I m m N i 11 K V L I Have v Q 1 V 7i 1 i A COMPLETE STOCK 0 Ft4 inV itI j ii 21iiC 7I1 n- 1- l j7- iE WALL PAPER WIRE CLOTH POULTRY fE fE NETTING SCREEN DOORS WIRE E 7iEFence Roofing Spring Hinges Sash Hang IE 7fEes Door Pulls Screen Door Catches Win 7iE dow Screens Ice Cream Freezers Refriger IE Iators Garden Hoes Rakes Shovels ManureIForks Wheelbarrows Snaths Haying 7iE Tools Lawn Mowers Grass Hooks Grass 7tE Shears AT BOTTOM PRICES IEI w 1l I S n 1 r 1- 7i 7 v i 1 7 n- v v i 7i w w 8 JOHN A HOBSON T r vi Ky7Cc it- w 4 j vtiEee Eee eEEEee eE Eee ieEEEe E eeEeeEEe EEe eeEee EEEEEee 1- 7idr HORO RICE i Ili iP CiDEALERS IN J HARDWARE MILL SUPPLIES BUGGY SUPPLIES i w w tGRUBBER TIRES u ill ill BLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION WHEN RUBBER ttr TIRES ARE TO BE PUT ON ON SHORT NOTICE CALL1t1tti its iy CAMPBELLSVILLE KENTUCKY i4 MX M- X7rxSSSS SeSeeSSseSSeSSS8SSSSe E se ee EseEES rir EES rir 7K 8 I Fifth Avenue Hotel I PIKE CAMPBELL MGR Refurnished Redecorated and Re modledT A Firstclass Hotel at Popu I lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS Louisville Kentucky VtIVIVItVIVt O vtIIVVWWVItVIN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN G iC IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN Nl iEhe I1oted Griffin Springs fit IN 7- 1w v- 7I WRTEnI11G PliflCE g- 2I 1 1 V pleasureIE itC w best the market produces Rates Reasonable E v v j Propiffit 0 b KentuCkomllH XIN MX MX MX MX NIX MX NJX MX M MX NX MX NJX MX O MX MX JX MX MX MX MX OX MX MX MX xTx iiiXJN 7K iiCi1C XIN XN iI XIN xi xiO XIN IN XIN XIN XIN xi XIN i XIN xi 7K XIN Ii The Campbellsville Machine Shop Handles HEAVY and LIGHT WORK Boilers Remodled and all Boiler Repairs made Heavy and Light FORGING of all kinds done ENGINES and OTHER MACHINERY RE BUILT Work is done by Mechanics Who Know How Try us Campbelisville Kentucky dI Lost and Found Lost between 930 p m yesterday and noon today a bilious attack with nausea and sick headache This loss was fccasioned by finding at T E KingsaNew Life Pills Guaranteed for biliousness malaria and jaundice 25c I I 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 or ulcer is this Salve willcvre it For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles It has no equal Guaranteed by T E Paull Druggist 25c J trary a stuboorn spnyuxnn aueuut spread over that body of Republican delpjatfs and an ominous frown of markediwith emphasis the features of all Kentucky Democrats Faithful to Promises The Democratic party is and has al ways been the party of the people It Is in favor of equal and exact justice to all and against any class or special legislation by which one person prof Its and another suffers disadvantage It believes that every man whatever and however lowly may be his station In life shall have an equal chance under the law and that he shall not be discriminated against It Is op posed to the policy of a protective tar iff under the iniquitous operations of which great trusts are formed and fostered and reasonable competition which is the life of free Americas in flustries is crushed out In Kentucky ours is not a party of promises only but a party of perform antes as welft It has never made a pledge to the people of the state that It has not faithfully and scrupulously kept Along Its course are no haunt Ing spirits of unfaithfulness The McChord railroad bit promised by the Democratic party to the people which was passed hy the legislature of 189S but vetoed by Governor Bradley has become a law under the Just opera lions of which freight rates in the commonwealth have been lowered and equalized to the great benefit of the shipper A uniform school book bill the en fcctment of which was pledged by the Democratic party to the people has been placed upon the statute books and under Its provisions and opera Lions the price of the school books used In our common schools has been materially reduced to the advantage of the children of the state In these Democraticuparty has kept faith with the people IiIlnd has not been content with mere vaporings or highsounding declara tions Without any pledge the Democratic party has given the people of Ken tucks such temperance legislation as the sentiment of the times demanded As between these two parties and the policies and principles represent ed by each you are to choose You are the final arbiters and to your Judgment and choice the Democratic party pledges itself to bow in humble submissionI state of Kentucky Its very name is music to my ear It is the synonym of bravery and of chiv alry In whatever land or clime a Kentuckian may roam his energies are renewed his strength increased and his drooping spirits raised when he hears floating out upon the air the strains of that sweetest of all songs My Old Kentucky Home For State Development Industrial Moral and Educational I am deeply interested in the devel opment of our state n every sense that the word implies industrial moral and educational It is my de sire to see floating upon the sea of commerce the yet untold and undevel oped resources of our great common wealthIn mountains to the east and in the lower lands to the west are vast deposits of coal and other minerals and even in the central counties are great veins and beds of mineral wealth These I wish to see developed and brought into market so that the world may learn of our wealth and we may keep abreast of other states In the march of progress I endorse wlthoht reserve every organization and every agency that has for its pur pose the agricultural industrial mineral and commercial advancement of the state As the running stream car ries its sparkling crystals into the greater body of water into which it flows so would I have the stream of development carry into the markets of the world the wonderful resources of our state To the end that this development may be tho more fully assured I am in favor of wise and liberal laws affecting commercial en terprises Lam in favor of such laws capital thatIwith too many re strictions I am in favor of all laws as well as all agencies tending to en courage the formation and establishment of new industries and placing them in operation Every new indus try established every new commercial snterprise that is launched every mine that is opened every manufacturing establishment that Is put In operation Is of great benefit to the state and though It may of Itself mean but little It is a part of the great plan of development which we all have in mind and which under proper laws will In the natural order of things inevita bly come If elected governor it shall be my constant purpose to advocate and urge the passage of such laws as will hasten and Insure this development and thus provide at home a field of labor and enterprise for bur young men who constitute the states greatest asset Kentuckys FutUre uepenas upon Education Hand in hand with the development of our state must go the education our sons and daughters In this ad vance agp when competition is sr sharp and wit meets wit in the keen encounter education plays a most im portant part In the contest and lends most powerful aid in the battle that is waged There is no subject in which I am more deeply Interested than that of the education of our young for as the elders fall Into the sear and yellow leaf and pass away their places must be filled by those who are boys and girls today but who will be the men and women of to morrow To the state this Is a ques tlon of vital importance and one which should be most carefully considered I am earnestly in favor of the improve ment of our common school system and of Increasing the educational facil ities so that a good common school education may he within the reach of even the poorest of the children of this commonwealth It is with pleasure I review the action of the general assembly in establishing and provid ing for two additional normal schools for the state which action was a dis llnct advance toward higher education and for the better equipment of our teachers We need more and better common schools and the Improvement of our whole common school system To Insure the betterment of our com mon schools It is Important and es sential that in some way better pay be provided for the teachers of those schools thus making the profession more attractive and insuring a higher teachingIIts dignity and resposibility more appreciated With the qualification that is essential to become a preceptor to the young the profession of teaching should appeal to us as one full of dignity and honor There is no more heroic or important figure than that of the country school teacher who in the little old school hnusp on the hill trains up the young in the rudiments of education and starts hem on their destiny of independent drought No less consecrated and no ess important are the teachers of our ity schools There is no one single et of men and women united In a single purpose who can or do render to the state better or greater service than do these selfsacrificing teachers of our common schools Further Extension of School Term Urged The term of the common school should be lenghthened so that the pupils may have a better and fairer opportunity to become thoroughly grounded in each study We should raise the standard of our common schools to a point commensurate with the needs of this advanced age so that when the youth of our state shall have completed the course prescribed and goes forth with buoyant yet quick ly pulsating heart to engage In the great battle of life he may feel that he is equipped to meet every issue and to win in the struggle in which he is to engage It is not every boy who can have the advantage of a col legiate training and to these the state owes the duty of providing the best public school facilities possible The future of the state depends upon the boys and greatly upon the boys who can gain no further educa tion than that afforded by our com mon schools The history of our country shows it is not those greatly favored in a worldly way and who have had the advan tages of college education that have attained the largest measure of suc cess Some if not most of our great statesmen and generals have come from the ranks of the obscure An drew Jackson born In a log hut in the piney woods of North Carolina with but little education and no means passed from abject poverty into the exalted station of president of tho United States Daniel Webster loft the plow on his fathers farm In New Hampshire and thundered his way Into the United States senate Our own beloved Cla y The mill boy of the slashes left his humble home in the valleys of Virginia to become in the national congress a figure and a power as great as the greatest of the great men of his age Ulysses s Grant turning from his fathers tannery in Illinois led the embattled hosts of the North to victory over the SouthItracy of our nation Down In r aRne county in a log hut on a little farm was born a type of that rugged but lofty American manhood Abraham Lincoln who by the sheer force of will and his native Intelligence forged his way into the white house and occupies in history a place and In the Hall of Fame a niche attained by few af America great men Thus we cannot say to what heights they may attain who are horn in obscurity and ColleQ Great University Touching the question of higher ed icatlon In the state it Ia my opinion that the state college should ba made a university equal to the best in the r land a university with a staIlard so high with such variety and flexibility of courses and with such equipment and apparatus for demonstration that graduates of other firstclass institu tions may not feel the necessity of leaving the state ro pursue postgrad uate courses- I hope to see this great school the pride of every teacher in the state aye of every other educational Institution in the state The opportunity to build up a great university for the South is better here in Kentucky than in any other state south of Mason and Dixons line If elected governor I shall favor all well considered and feasible plans to make this college such a university as I have described Child Who Labors Not Overlooked connection with the subject of IIn I an led to give brief at proIfactories and commonly designated Child Labor Laws The children of the state and especially those among the poorer class need such legislation far more than the wage they wouli earn for It Is essential in order that they may be prepared to meet the responsibilities of citizenship that they have some training that fits them to understand the principles and policy of government and it is also duo the state of which they are to become citizens and voters that as far aa possible they should b so trained It Is upon the principle and reason therefore that the youth of our state should enjoy every possible chance for education that such laws should be enacted and made effective There is no more pitiable sight than that of young and tender boys and girls wearing away their lives in thbtdismal mine evincimoky factory or in their countenances the unsalu lIng effect of the confinement and incident to the work But It is not alone or perhaps chiefly upon this ground or for the reason that the physical growth and development of the boy and girl may be stunted and retarded or that adults may be sub jected to unfair competition by the employment of child labor in mines and factories that such laws are de sired The chief reason for the sup port of such laws is that by their early employment the children of the state are deprived of an opportunity lo secure an education They should und must be protected in their right lo at least a common school education an education which every child should have and which as has been shown by the cases of so many of our most successful men will serve the purpose of qualifying the youth to meet the responsibilities of life To Strenghten Health ahd Similar Laws It is a matter of supreme importance that the health and lives of our cit bens should be properly safeguarded ay the enactment of sufficient and ef ective laws looking to the requirement of purity and high quality in tho food and drink prepared for their consumptionThe now upon our statuto boqks relating to this subject should be strengthened to such extent as may render them more useful and such additional laws touching this matter as may in the light of ex perience become needful should speedily be enacted No Laws Unjust to Capital and Labor The question of capital and labor has been one fraught with much agitation covering a period of many years It is a question the solution of the difficulties of which Is as impor tant to the one as to the other With a proper understanding of tho mutu ality of their interests and with a proper regard for the rights of each on the part of the other there should beno differences between them The one Is equally important with the other without labor capital is an in ert entity without capital the laborer cannot sell his hire and barter his brawn and muscle Neither can do without the other and no law that has 1 a tendency to strenghten the one at the expense of the other no law that discriminates against the one or the other can be Just or good By the very nature of their relation to each other capital and labor are properly not antagonistic They are naturally united the one to the other by a bend of cooperation which is to the Interest of each to maintain as neither can be effective without the other An equal and exact balance between them should be preserved and this balance and the mutually cordial re lations existing should not be per mitted by either to be disturbed by any artificial condition that may arise The organization of the great army of wage earners in this country is essential for their selfpreservation and mutual advancement and Is as natural and legitimate as the organization of capital The Democratic party bas always been the friend of labor in this country and has favored and encouraged Its organization 1 am In favor of every proper law tonprotect labor from the encroachment ot capital upon its rights and very nron er law that will preaarv to oapj Continued to Sixth PagelY r 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 18 1907 Iht dnit Pl11tUty lt111 Published Every Wednesday BY THE Companydb INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR 4 f Democratic newspaper devoted to the intereats raf the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Poatoffice as second lase man matter WED SEPP 18 190T DEMOCRATIC TICKETv For United States Senator J C W BECkHAM For Governar SAMUEL W HAGER For Lieutenant Governor SOUTH TRIMBLE r For Secretary of State HUBERT VREELAND For Attorney General JOHN K HENDRICK For Auditor HENRY M BOSWORTH For Treasurer RUBY LAFFOON For Commissioner of Agriculture J J W NEWMAN ForSupt of Public Instrnction M 0 WINFREY For Clerk Court of Appeals JOHN B CHENAULT tt It is known that A E Wilson the Republican candidate for Governor was bitter against Dr W G Hunter for United States Senator and it is also known that Dr Hunter is keeping his mouthclosed in this campaign We reprint from the Somerset Journal the following tThe Eleventh district is to become a royal battle ground during the campaign There exists no dissatisfaction among Democrats but among the Republicans there are many wrinkles to be smoothed disc trict by as large a majority as formerly The fight against Napier Adams nominee for Clerkof the Court of Appeals on the Re publican ticket is bitter and ear nest not only in Pulaski county but in many other portions of the district Tjie lukewarmness of Dr W Hunter former AmerIicanformidable Mr Wilson was a bitter antagonist to Dr Hunter RepubliIcan that Dr Hunter and his friends have never forgotten the antagonism of Wilson and they are lukewarm in their support of the Republican State ticket Dr Hunter is now the owner of all the public utilities in Somerset and has also big land interests in Eastern Kentucky He says that he is not taking any active part in politics and while he may not be actively at work against Wilson he is certainly doing nothing for him and it is generally con ceded that for a man of Dr Hun ters influence to remain inactive will cost the Republican party many votes j It is a little amusing to read in the Louisville Herald of the great r crowds who are attending A E Wilsons speaking At Hail an CourtHouse there were only five t Thousand This statement cov jr ers almost every man woman and child who live in parlin v county v ft TZ h le HSr f i r 1c l I1 4 1t a rOoI 0tI The campaign is warming up and from now until the election isvpver the political news will be in evidence As usual the adherents of both parties Will see favorable indications while the enthusiastic element will see an unprecedented victory The Democrats will figure on an un usual majority and the Republi cans will count up their game and land their ticket no doubt but all this will happen on esti mates hopes and ifs while the voters of the State will set at naught the theories that now prevail The old adage Nothing great is lightly won is a good one and from the evidence now confronting us we feel cer taro that the victor in the coming election will be proud of the effort as well as the result So Jar as the News is able to dis norIImalthe returns from the voters need be expected The ousting of the Louisville officials by the Appel late Court is one of the straws that give hope and encourage ment to the Republicans The Demacratic crusade on the liquor element of Louisville and throughout the State is another condition that inspires the leads of that party theEtwo and linking in the old cam paign cry of political persecution they have actually figured to win and many of the rank and file really believe it On the other side the overthrow of the Louis ville election the appointments made by Governor Beckham en abling him to carry out the de mands of the temperance people impresses the belief that the loss of the liquor vote will be more than repaid by the gain in those who favor better living both in private and public life At any rate there is not likely to be a sweeping loss nor an as partyI cratic The State never was so prosperous and never was doing so much for the advancement of ctualIlya single reason to demand a change of parties and not one to support the contention that one will be made Republicans are active but they will not find sleeping sentinels on the Deny ocratic watch towers lf the people vote out the result is not uncertain The CourierJournal building was visited by another fire last Thursday and the upper stories of the building were flooded with water the damage being up in the thousands It is now believed by many that the two fires was the work of an incindiary The editors and reporters and printers of both the CourierJournal and Times the Times being in the same building did not leave their posts and while the fire was wasbat the highest pitch the Courier Journal was printed and dis tributed as usual You can brand the Old Lady with fire but every morning she is oh the street look ing as fresh as a 16year oldand as happy as a lark We are real sorry these fires occurred but we are glad the devil cannot stop two of the best papers in the United States A Shifty lot of fellows according to the Hearld and Post voted 1 the Bailey precint in Franklin County in 1903 It seems that they have no politics and vote where it stii em The Hearlds report of thesriffi was the first time thesaid voters had been heard from since the Colson and John D White pri mary in which White beat Colspn brit the counting of these fellows for CplsqhHn Bell county was kept up until it was announced that White was defeated and Colson was given the certificate of nomination Tremendous crowds greeted Gov Beckham and Hon Ruby Laffoon at Burkesville Albany Jamestown Monticello and Som erset Democrats of the Eleventh district have been stired as never before and they are now in the fight and will keep busy until the election from a number of sources we are informed that the Republican majority in the Eleventh will be greatly reduced Every school teacher in Ken tucky who expects to continue following the profession should vote the Democratic ticket The- Democratic party believes in educating the boys and girls and also believes their instructors should be paid liberally for their services Mr G T Jarvis of Romine Taylor county was nominated by the Republicans in a convention held at Lebanon to represent the counties of Marion Taylor and Washington in the State Senate Mr Jarvis is a native of Knox County The Democratic party is the party of the people and is for the people It is opposed to high taxes trusts and combines The Republican party believes in taxing the poor to keep up the rich Take your choice Some Democratic papers in the State predict that Hagers ma jority for Governer will be the largest any candidate hasre cieved for that position for many years The broadest and most useful sphere in which a local paper can wnichIconditions willIthe Democratic ticket also tour the State with Hon W J Bryan Judge Judson S Harmon of Ohio and Senator Carmack of Tennessee will come toKentucky They are two big men of the nation The widow of Gen Joseph H Lewis died in Washington D C Wendsday of last week Her remains were interred at Frankfort Judge Yeost and Hon W J Stone are back in line making speeches for the Democratic ticket The Wayme County Baptist Association endorsed the can didacy of Judge S W Hager Gov Beckhan spoke at Glas gow Monday and at Edmonton yesterdayI Dr Jas Triplett tr J EGrant- GRANTTRIPLET DENTISTS If Porcelain Fillings I Somnoform Gas Residence Phon 29 Office Pone 40 Ring 2 tre O i Un IColumbia Kentucky I Myers Roller Mill I TFlour is the staff of Life Therefore have It Pure T I IIw E dont use any thing but the very best of wheat from which to make our Flour We have the very I 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 made 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 will give more Flour in exchange for Wheat than you 11110and get at any other mill I have a large stock of Flour Meal on hand at all times So bring your grain to the Columbia Mill and get the Best YOURS FOR BUSINESS Myersi Visitors To The State Fair Are cordially invited to call on Louisvilles foremost Carpet Rug StoreI I Hubbuch Bros CENTRALLY LOCATED 524526528 W Market St LOUISVILLE Ky The extraordinary values offered in Floor Coverings Window Hangings and Wall Paper will command your attention Nowhere will you be treated better nor will your money get better returns An illustrated Catalogue FREE for the asking l m f e f w IUURN YYI2ONSI R full line of BUGGIES and flAt NESi xrJthsinqle and double WHEAT DRILLS NIOWERSIBINDERs BINDER TWINE fill kinds of Field Seeds f Farm Implements J ft PHELiPS a esthwnw Ientackg p CO L H- BLINDS EXCLUSIVE Sash and Door House IS WHAT WE AR- EyBY CONFINING OUR ATTENTION TO SASH I DOORS 1 we are enabled to carry a Larger Stock and a bet= ter selection than any other House in the South1 iiiij WP Send your Orders to the QUICK SHIPPERS it lf RUGH co 2I52I12I9E1 Main i IJ LOUISA LLe77InCORPO TED KY 1 l THE ADAIR COUNT1 NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 18 1907 5 JOOaOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO +OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 00i rrr j o 0 0StylesYIMWrY t0 section of Kentucky There is no use to take space in this paper describing the goods and prices found in the various 00departments of our store You are cordially invited to come and inspect it all our salesmen and saleswomen are tOt anxious to show you goods Yt o 0 0 0 Russell COSoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooo8 a IIaMr Allen Walker is in Louisville Miss Bettie Young has returned from Louisville Mr A B Gowdy is Visiting friends in Columbia Mr W P Nunnally called on our drug men last week Mr R K Yt1 has been quite sick for several days 1Mr H E Hammon was here from Dunnville Monday I Miss Lorena Pile is spending a week or two in Louisville MrTF Shaw Nashville was here iiithe first of the week l Misses Clyde and Laura Herriford are visiting in Burksvlle Mrs Walker Bryant visitecl the News office last Wednesday Mr J A Willis has been on the sick list for the past ten days Mrs W T Price returned to the Louisville market Saturday Mrs P C McCaffree was seriously ill a few days of last week Mr Read Caldwell Burdick was in town the first day of court Mr A H Marshall made his regular trip to Colnmbia last Friday Ia r fMr Henry Coleman Lebanon was here a few days of last week Mrs E W Coakley is a guest oft Mrs Ellen Holladay this week Mrs S D Barbee and daughter Miss Winnie are visiting in Louisville Mr J C Pelly and wife Pellyton is visting the family of Mr E L Feese Messrs Clay R Coleman and T H Nunn Edmonton were here a few days agoMisses W C Grider and John B Wheat Russell county were met Mon day Mr L G Dohoney and wife visited in Bradfordsville last Saturday and Sunday Messrs Ed N Caldwell and J H BryC ant Glasgow were here a few days last week Mr Luther Williams Montpelier left for the Louisville market last Friday Dr H B Simpson and Mr G W Dillon and R P Breedihg were here Monday Eld Z T Williams is inCave City assisting Eld J Q Montgomry ina meetingMiss Clara Austin of Noblesville Ind is visiting Mrs E B Cheatham I near Bliss Miss Minnie Kemp entered upon her duties as a teacher at High School MondaymorningI sights down to and including bump to bump in Louisville this week Miss Lillie Judd who is finishing her education at Georgetown eft for Ruck er Hall last Thursday morning r Mr R H Durham and mother who have been visiting in Taylor and Har din counties returned home last week Mr Wm Irvine Camp Knox hasjust osintionrr points i UIJ r 1fe t3 v C Mr A A Huddleston is here Miss Dimple Conover is sick with feverMr A A Miller and wife are on a visit to Richmond Va Mr John Lee Walker is suffering with asevere boil on his right hand Ti Mr W T McFarland who has been sick for several weeks remains about 7the same Mrs Jennie McFarland of Rowena is visiting her son McFarla-nd and family Mr Basil Chapman orders his aper sent to Jeffersonville and we presume he is located in that city Messrs James Morrison and lIrI Andrew Mock Lisletown visited the family of Mr John Morrison last SundayMr H Wilson and wife this place and Mr J W Irvine and wife Creelsboro left here Sunday for the State fair- Misses Louise Callison Nannie Sub lett Susie K Page and Mary Feese Cane Valley visited Mrs Brack Massie a few days ago Judge H C Baker and daughters Misses Sallie and Mamie returned from Jamestown Exposition and Washington D C Wednesday evening Mr Hugh Mitchell who is confined to his room is getting along nicely for person of his age86 years His mind active and he talks entertainingly Mrs Nona Dohoney and daughter Miss Ina of CaneValley were in Colum bia Thursday and paid the News office- a call leaving a subscription with ushMessrs Albin Murray and JeromeI Hurt left this Tuesday Elida New Mexico after a visit of four or five weeks Mr Murray will stop for a short stay in Missouri Miss Bess Rowe left home Monday morning for Nashville and Atlanta j Georgia Via of Glasgow Ky The latter place she will spend a week visting Miss Kate Depp f Mr Sam Lewis left Monday after noon for Buffalo N Y and other Eastern markets with a lot of ginseng for said markets He will also have cultivated seng which he hopes to dispose of at good prices Mrs W F Hancock one of Colum bias milliners returned from the Louisville market Saturday night She was accompanied by Miss Lenora Carlisle the young lady who was with her last season Anna Strange was out driving IMrs daughter Mrs Roilin Hurt Friday afternoon Her presence upon the square was the first time in 0000000 vv0000s 00 O OOVO t 000V The 0 I LindsayWilson Training School I A SAFE PLACETO PUT YOUR CHILDREN O O O 0FALL TERM BEGIN S SEPTEMBER 3rd t Board 700 per month tuition 2 to 4 per monthg 0 i8500d IN ADVANCE Jo 8500 i = = = PAYS = = = o Board Tuition and Incidentals for one year o 0 0- O t t FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS 9 QO KyOO 4E 3 000 + o O + OC O o + O J+ n0000Cv two years She is apparently in good i and her manyfriends were glad to see her out Mr Chapman Dohoney and wife of McKinney Texas are visting their many friends in Adair county Mr Dohoney reports that former Adair county people who reside in Collin county Texas are getting along niceJyI Misses Effie and Ina Dohoney Valley who have good positions in Brad fordsville Ky are home on a short visit Their sister Miss Ella is teaching school in Bradfordsville and the young ladies are all well pleased Mr J J Hunter and family left here Friday morning for Quanah Texas stopping a few days at Bradfoedsville Mr Hunter was born and reared in Adair county and for quite a number of years he has been selling goods Gradyville He is an enterprising atI tleman and has a host of friend who gret that he decided to remove with his excellent family to TexasIMr J D Walker and son Doc left for Louisville Tuesday morning to attend the State Fair o W Bil J I I re 4 a1f1 r1 JI PEACOCKS FOR SALE d I will sell either or all the stock below mentioned wA two year bid stallion KING PEACOCK 15 hands hightwoIfeet and a model in style He was sired by Jordan first dam by Artist second dam by Lexington This horse will pleaseI f8 anyone who wants something fine and whose value is increasing with age rI A two year old Peacock mare dam Lexington mare J3he is 15 hands high I will also sell a fine suckling horse colt as good as t efbest If interested in fine stock rapidly growing into value this IS chance t 1 I T mIIIr23 j fall Mtnter Suits o Q i j I4f MADE To FIT YOU V LtI XW JOHNSTON WITH Globe Tailoring CoCINCINNATI Will be in Columbia ON MONDAY SEPTEMBER 30th You can see his samples on display at REED MIL LERS any time you wish Mr Johnston is an expert and you are satisfied when he takes your measure that the suit will come hot only a fit but made up in the proper fashion alsonot to look like a cheap handmedown which was made by anothers measure and so are another mans clothes you see Why lookas though you had your fa thers Sunday clothes on when you can dress up as cheaply Suits at 12 15 1750 20 25 up to 4- 5alllEIRee Xocai agents j ADVERTISE y L r li1 ti 7i L r t o iii THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 18 1907 Continued from Third PaeffF lltal Its natural rights As governor i would be careful to see that no laws unjust to either capital or labor should become effective Democratic Party for Honest Elections I am and at all times have been in favor of fair and honest elections not only In the state but also in the coun ties and in the cities and towns of this commonwealth Election manipulators should be weeded out It is the sacred right of every legal voter of the state to cast his vote and It Is also his right to have his vote counted as It Is cast In this commonwealth there is no place for those who juggle returns but we demand a fair and honest count of all the legal votes cast Hon esty and fair dealings In politics are as essential to good government as honesty in the administration of all governmental affairs Institutions Will Receive Most Serious Thought One of the cardinal principles of the Democratic party is the exercise of economy in the administration of public affairs By this Is not meant however that our charitable penal and other institutions shall suffer by the practice of the false principle of saving at the spigot in the public expenditures In the expenditure of public funds such economy should be practiced as Is consistent with the proper and effective administration of the states business having at all times regard for our dignity and im t portance as a state and the legitimate proper and economic needs of our MTeral institutions the last Democratic legislature of this state enacted a law placing the asylums of this state under tie man thtplawover eighteen months It has already been demonstrated that the law is a wise one Prior to the enactment of this law these Institutions were man aged by local bodies men serving without remuneration and who were not In close touch with the active management of the asylums over which they were placed Under the present law this state of affairs has been changed The commissioners are in constant touch with the institu tions the condition of the unfortunate wards of the state Is infinitely better In every particular and the asylums are being run with less expense to the state The state owes these unfortunates unstinted care and attention and every effort should be made to amelio rate their condition and if possible to restore them mentally During the last seven years there has been expended through legislative appropriation 330000 to enlarge Improve and modernize these institu tions Ice plants cold storage elc tric lighting plants improved water supplies laundry plants and many other modern conveniences have been Installed for the comfort of the un fortunate inmates- In addition to the great advantage accruing to tho patients by reason of the many reforms already Inaugurated the board has already demonstrated that through this Democratic measure many thousands of dollars can be saved annually to the state Thirty two thousand dollars has already been saved to tho commonwealth and it is my deliberate Judgment that the board of control will save enough to make such improvements as will be needed In the future without calling upoi the legislature for further assistance In the cost of conveying patients to the asylums from April 1 1906 when the board took charge of these insti tutions to July 1 1907 13243 was saved to the state and counties or more than enough to pay the cost maintaining the board ofII If elected governor the Institutions shall at all times have my most serious thought and careful consideration I shall be found urging and insisting always upon the promo tion of every conceivable and possible reform that may result in placing flhese institutions upon a higher plane The unfortunate inmates of these asylums should receive not only the f J tenderest care but be attended by those trained to the ministration of their needs and to an understanding 1oftheir malady Mr Willson a Dodger on Temperance Passing to a subject that is forcing Itself upon the attention of everybody and like Banquos ghost will not down I want to say that there is a widespread and growing sentiment in this country that the abuses of the liquor traffic though long indulged should be speedily and effectively corrected and the sale of liquor properly and efficiently regulated I noticed an open letter addressed to my opponent Mr Willson the day before he opened his campaign by The Mason Indepen dent a temperance paper of Maysville which is as follows Please do not attempt to dismiss the important part of your platform the ninth plank with a few meaningless or colorless sentences The temperance people of J Mason countyyour home county are not a few In numbers Not a few of them in your own party But these temperance people are not intending to vote for any man of any party lu Ig Dot sound on the treat dues Jtli tlon now stirring the state as never before in her history Speak plainly on the temperance question please Your party has been publicly charged with making this campaign with a glass of whisky in one hand and a glass of water in the other and that the temperance plank in your plat form is to catch the temperance suckers You may not be too plain on this point and make such reply to your accusers as will strengthen your friends and win those who are not fully persuaded I was struck with the clear particularlyI sponse of my distinguished listen to his reply He the editor wants me to know that he expects that will answer his questions printed in black and white in the without any evasion or IndeplndentI I expect to have the county Brother Purdon makes me think of a boy who lived next door to me who broke a bottle in the path where I passed barefoot and it looks to me as if he did this purposely for me to get broken glass in my barefoot when I came back on this pil grimage to the home of my tender years Brother Purdon was not caught with that answer and says in his paper that as a temperance advo cate he cannot support Mr Willson who has repudiated his own platform and declared in favor of the precinct as a unit- Democratic Candidate Makes Position Clear- I have never been fanatical or un reasonable but have had my indepen dent views without disparaging any other whose views upon any question might differ fom my own My sym pathies have always been with the cause of temperance and I have alI ways been in favor of such reasonable and feasible legislation as might be demanded by the sentiment of my state I am in hearty accord and sym pathy with the best and most feasible temperance thought and heartily in dorse any rational movement or law that tends to the moral upbuilding and uplifting of the state- I indorse without reserve the action of the last Democratic general assem bly in passing the County Unit Law which law I believe to be in harmony with the principles of my party and to be thoroughly Democratic it should be extended so as to apply to all counties I am in favor of all reas onable proper and feasible legisla tion on the temperance question and any and all such laws would have my earnest and honest support and ap provalRemember the Sabbath Day If we would have our proud com monwealth occupy the enviable posi tion before the world that she should occupy her laws must be enforced without fear or favor without preju dice or partiality while the criminal and penal laws of the state should be rigidly enforced those relating to the proper observance of the Sabbath should be as strictly enforced When the Lord thundered from Sinai the command Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy He was not speaking alone to the generation then living but his command was to live through all ages and guide throughout all time For crime wherever committed or by whomsoever committed I have no sympathy No assassin or aider and abettor of an assassin need expect immunity from me no matter what may be his station in life whether high or low rich or poor politically great arid powerful or the most ob scure citizen in the land if convicted on such a charge by twelve good men and true he must expiate his crime to the full measure of the jurys ver dictThe people of Kentucky would like to know what Mr 1iBIson would doI with an application for the pardon a convicted assassin or the aider ofI abettor of an assassin if he become governor- It is to be presumed that the intel ligent and patriotic citizens of the state are Interested in good govern ment and will use their influence an effort to secure it The InI party has had an opportunity to to the people of Kentucky the charac ter of an administration that might reasonably be expected of it should it again be entrusted with power In order that the voters may decide fair ly and vote intelligently let us review a little history that is so recent that all may remember You will recall that in 1895 the Republican slogan was turn the rascals out and give us a lock at the books and we will disclose such mismanagement of the states affairs as will appall the most incredulous The people voted to give them a look For four years they looked and the people waited long for that report which was to make bare the shortcomings of the Demo cratic party about which they had been carping for years but like the letter that was looked for the re port never cames What Look at Books Showed Now let us see what the Republi cans found when they got a look at the books They found that the states affairs had been honestly and econom ically conducted and every dollar paid Into the treasury had been strictly accounted for = IConti0 ued Next Week 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 f Sour StomachINo appetite loss of strengthnervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh indigestionKodo1cry represents the natural juices of digea lion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol for 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 Ravenawood W Va saysIIII was troubled with sour stomach for twenty it in milk for babyIPrepared by E O DeWITT Ir 00 Chicago Dr J N Page Agent Columbia Ky FOR GOOD MEAL VISIT THE Manhattan Restaurant and Lunch Counter OTTO E YENT Prop 502 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Opposite Court House Louisville Kentucky REGULAR MEALS 20c BEST COFFEEI TUE OLD STAGECOACH Those who are accustom to IIgoodinteresting to learn that in the middle of the eighteenth century the common carrier between Sel kirk the Edinburgh distance of thirtyeight miles required two weeks to make the journery In 1778 it took a day and a half for a stagecoach to go from Edin burg to Glasgow only fortyfour miles away About the same time the swiftest stages soldom covered the road between Edinburg and London 810 miles in less that two weeks an aver age speed of about twentytwo miles a daySt Louis Republic are a great many people who IThere attacks of indigestion and 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 condi tion to do the work it is supposed to do It 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 vege tablelacids digests the food itself and gives strength and health to the stomach Pleasant to take Sold by Page 1 Dohoney b Logan McDaniel aged 36 was given ten years in the penitentia ry for killing his father a few weeks ago at Maceo McDaniel was drunk when he committed the deed It was brought out that the father had often taught the bo to drink liquor and had often been intoxicated with himj HARDWICK Pres J COCKE Pres R H DIETZMAN Sec W T Pyne Mill Supply Co t ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 VIILtLt3At1ZICsJiTS m mAG1INlSTS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRiST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIETSeNTHMftIN LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank WorkI f JOBBING WORK SOLICITED All Kinds of Machinery Repaired I l r Woodson Lewis Greensburg K6ntvcky 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 If you cannot come write Woodson Lewis Greeosburg JT1rt DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FURNITURE CHAIRS AND 1IATTRESSESr j 527 WEST MAIN BEl FIFTH AND I o CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE SIXTHLouisville K Dr James Menzies OSTEOPATHY Office I AT RESIDENCE IIColumbia Kentucky 11 e It1fr- j i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 18 1907 Y LOTS FOR SALENOW IS THE TIME TO BUY IF YOY WANT A CAEAP LOT WELL LOQATED IN THE TOWN OF COLUMBIA Desirable Building Lots get higher every year Buy at Once and Get Choice BUILD WHEN YOU GET READ- YI do not linow of a more desirable place to live BISHOP CARTER See the plat and price of lots at Judge J J Simpsons I Chas R Payne I tt ttEb NOTICE I i BARDIN STAVE COMPANY INCORPORATED I 10000 Capital Stock t I I MANUFACTURE FULL DRESSED OF BEER STAVES NEAR COLUMBIA KENTUCKY II I Will buy your timber at a good fair price I can use timber that will not staves Will also sell you the bestfiIand COAL at 22 cents per at Columbia Call on or addressIL P B t iCRBHI ISBURG KENTUCKY II tB Y 1111 v v II 0II = i if 7 J rtJ O t C t Kirnble Hotel Q4i fiI l GOOD ROOMS GOOD BEUS C 100 per Day Sample Rooms FreeCQ FEED AND LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION 1 o Russell Springs = Kentucky f t + 00 O 000 0000000 C 4 C Frank Corcorano HIGHGRADE MARBLE AND GRANITE G CEMETERY WORK OF ALL KIND TRADE FROM ADAIR AND ADJOINING COUNTIES SOLICITED SEE us BEFORE YOU BUY CC Main Street Lebanon Ky i t V COLUMBIA PLANING MILL COMPANY jALLRINDS OF Building Material Rough and Dressed Lumber t v FURNITURE ci I Made to Order and on Hands at all Times Full Line of Windows and Doors ILUMB KENTUCKY t r i x BRAIN LEAKS A contented workman earns his wages Sanctification does not mean exclusivenessA is small recom mendation A yawn from the pew man mean somnolency in the pulpit When it means sacrifice to give we can set it down as charity John Barleycorn still holds the championship belt as a fighter The richest man is the one who is satisfied with what he has Some men give other men am putate themselves from their moneyA s first ambition is to play the snare drum in the village bandBetter be riding a hobby than to sit grumbling by the side of the road Honesty is the best policy only when it is not honesty for poli cys sake The Christian spends in doing the time that the church menber spends in posing Men who never work are prone to grow eloquent on tfre sub ject of the dignity of labor When a mans children run to meet him it is a pretty good sign that he is all rightcThe average man is surprised that the world does not stop whirling when he gets into troublefA whole lot of men are in a hurry to get now where to do something that does not need to be done We expect to take our summer vacation the week after the standard oil conpany pays that fine Automobile jokes are growing scarce The automobile has grown altogether too serious for jokes all it is enlightened self IAfterto reach down and lift up lifted up can not drag you deWhen a man wants to turn a dishonest trick he has no trouble in finding an excuse that will sat isfy his conscience Next to the man with a griev ance the greatest bore is the man who will not sympathize with you when you tell yours The man who can see nothing but fun in life never amounts to much the man who can see no fun at all in life never amounts to anything Some men excuse profanity on the ground that it is a safety valve on their temper But the more they swear the more the escape valve is called upon to act About the nearest thing to pert petual motion that we have been able to find is this thingof thrust ing ones hand into ones pocket to pay out the money earned be tween reaching Some of these days we are go ing to meet up with a defeated candidate who is just as glad to see us he was beforehis s defeat and them we will know who our preferred candidates for some thing better is TilE PHILIPPINES AT HQME A glimpse of the Philippines at homea typical Igorrote Village 25 primitive wild people living ust as they are found today In the almost impassible = mountains of Northern Luzon f f r is the rare treat which is prom ised the visitors to onr state fair this fall The results of the United States war with Spain is now a matter of history known to every schoolboy yet few people can realize that there are 2000 islands in the group inhabited by many strange people speaking many different languages and having a diversity of customs The Igorrote Village will ex hibit with some detail the actual life of one of the primitive peonies found among the mountains 300 miles North of Manilla The natives will be found liv ing in their stawthatched huts manufacturing their spears head axes and pottery weaving cloth and making pipes Sham bat tIes spear throwing making fire by friction and many other features of their tripal life will a muse and entertain both old and youngthe logrrote is an eater of dogs a hunter of human heads and a pagan in religion yet he is likable in character and is notedI for his honesty industry and good humor The little brown people should not be nelected by those who wish to see man in his primitive simplicity A Humane Appeal- A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 107 West Main says I appeal to all persons with I weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has helped me and fully comes up to the broprietors 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 TUE BLAME IS KENTUCKYS There are resolutions to show for it that the Dark Tobacco Growers Association has no sympathy with the acts of the night raiders Editorials and eloquent speeches in denunciation of their course have been supplied in abundance The number of pub lie meetings held for the washing of hands of all such diabolical occurrences has not been few It is evident therefore that so far as Weastern Kentucky is con cerned the force of public senti ment is inimical to these gentle men who appear as willing to assassinate women and children as their fathers and brothers who chance to differ with them as to the need for or meaning of pro tection for the oppressed tobacco growerSo as records go there is no overwhelming sentiment in the mountains the Bluegrass Frank ford or Louisville in favor of the continuance of the night raiders playful methods Apparently Kentucky is a unit in its opposi tion but as far as results go Kentucky might as well be apar ty to the crimes which for months have gone unpunished to the vast discredit of the state Lou Times Occasional headache I 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 will do this Kodol will hake your food do you good and will enable you to enjoy what you eat Sold by Page Dohoney sh 4 Sr fxfie r j f f i 1iI f riX t f tiJ tf ir r i C M WISEMAN SON I Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall 132 Market Bet 1st 2d StLoo Ky IS 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 ONEHALF MILE FROM COLUMBIA ON IPOINTMENT Coffins AND Caskets I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to patronize my shop J E Snow Russell Springs Columbia Hotel SMITH NELL Prop- sFirstClass r AccomodationsGuaranteed COLUMBIA KENTUCKY The New Bobbitt Hotel NEAR DEP- OTLEBANON KY 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 J D BOBBITT SON Prop Dr O S Dunbar DENTISTO- FFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucyc WILfflORE HOTEL Firstclass Table Good Sample Rooms Feed Stable Reasonable Rates WM WILMORe RO Qradyville Kentucky I 1sj J h4 I 7 l 1 coL fi i I t a J r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 18 1907 j I v LOTS y j FOR SALENO- W ft IS THE TIME TO BUY IF YOY WANT A CAEAP LOT WELL LOCATED L IN THE TOWN OF COLUMBIA 1r Desirable Building Lots I get higher every year Buy at Once and Get Choice BUILD WHEN YOU GET READY Ido not linow of a more desirable r place to live BISHOP CARTER See the plat and price of lots at Judge J J Simpsons Chas R Payne I vi1 NOTICET- BADIN STAVE COMPANY 1 r INCORPORATED 0000 Capital Stock MANUFACTURE OP 111 FULL DRESSED BEER STAVES IINEAWill buy your timber at a good fair and can use timber that will not maketother staves Will also sell you the best 3TELICO COAL at 22 cents per bushel livered at Columbia Call on or deIL F BHRDIN CFBBl ISBV AG IGB1 ITiJCIGY- 7 l tEm m JKimble Hotel f IJW KIMBLE Proprietor P l GOOD ROOMS GOOD BEDS j O 100 per Day Sample Rboms Free FEED AND LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION Q Russell Springs = Kentucky f I Frank Corcoran o 0- D HIGHGRADE MARBLE AND GRANITE OO- t CEMETERY WORK OP ALL KIND TRADE RM ADAIR AND gADJOINING COUNTIES SOLICITED SEE us BEFORE YOU BUY k iICOLUMBIA PLANING MILL COMPANY I ALL KINDS OF uildiDgMaferi l Rough and Dressed Lumber 1FURIiITIfRE ItaiIJi es APull line of Windows and Doors ttJTCOLUNIBIA rKENTUCKY j r4 f yd J t t t I c LEAKSSs V tAhis wagesrSanctification does not mean exclusiveness A church letter is small recom mendation A yawn from the pew man mean somnolency fhe pulpit When it means sacrifice to give we can set it down as charity John Barleycorn still holds the fighteris satisfied with what he has Somemen give other men am putate themselves from their moneyaA boys first ambition is to play the snare drum in the village band Better be riding a hobby than to sit grumbling by the Side of the road Honesty is the best policy only a PlcysThe Christian spends in doing the time that the churchmenber spends in posing Men who never work are prone to grow eloquent on e sub ject of the dignity of laborS1 When a mans children run to meet him it is a pretty good sign that he is all right St The average man is surprised that the world does not stop whirling when he gets into troublesc A whole lot of men are in aa1 hurry to get now where to do as 0somethingbe done We expect to take our summer vacation the week after the standardoil conpariy pays that fineAutomobile jokes are growing scarce The automobile has grown altogether too serious for jokes After all it is enlightenedself ishness to reach down and lift up The man lifted up can lOt drag you down ClWhen liin0isfyNext to the man with a grievance the greatest bore is the man who will not sympathize with you when you tell yours The man who can see nothing but fun in life never amounts to much the man who can see no fun at all in life never amounts to anything Some men excuse profanity on the ground that it is a safety valve on their temper But the more they swear the more the escape valve is called upon to act About the nearest thing to per petual motion that we have been able to find is this thing of thrusting ones hand into ones pocket to pay out the money earned be tween reaching Some of these days we are tmgcandidate who is just as glad t see us he was before his defeat and them we will know who 0 preferred candidates forsome1 thing better is THE PHILIPPINEST HQME- I Affjinipsepf the Philippines at homea typical Igorrote Vil dpitQpleII fO j m g 1y is the rare treat which is prom ised the visitors to onr state fair fall The results of the United States war with Spain is now a matter of history known to every schoolboy yet few pepple can realize that there are 2000 islands in the group inhabited by many strange people speaking many different languages and having a diversity of customs The Igorrote Village willex hibit with some detail the actual life of one of the primitive peoples found among the mountains 300 miles North of Manilla livIingmanufacturing their spearshead- axes and pottery weaving cloth making pipes Sham battles spear throwing making fire by friction and many other features of their tripal life will a muse and entertain both old and youngthe logrrote is an eater of dogs hunter of human heads and a in religion yet he is very in character and is noted for his honesty industry and good humor The little brown people should not be nelected by those who wish to see man in his primitive A Humane Appeal A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 107 West Main says I appeal to all persons with weak lungs to take Dr Kings New I Discovery the only remedy that has helped me and fully comes up to the broprietors recommendation It more lives than all other throat lung remedies put together Used a cough and cold cure the world Cures asthma bronchitis croup cough quinsy hoarseness and phthisic steps hemorrhages of the lungs and builds them Guaranp teedat T E Paulls drug store50c and 1 trial bottle free THE BLAME IS KENTUCKYS There are resolutions to show for it that the Dark Tobacco Growers Association has no sympathy with the acts of the night raiders Editorials and eloquent = speeches in denunciation of their have been supplied in The number of pub e meetings held for the washing hands of all such diabolical occurrences has not been few It is evident therefore that so far as We stern Kentucky is concerned the force of public senti ment is inimical to these gentle men who appear as willing to assassinate women and children- as theirfathers and brothers who chance to differ with them as to the need for or meaning of protection for the oppressed tobacco growerSo as records go there is no overwhelming sentimenfin the mountains the Bluegrass Frankford or Louisville in favor of the continuance of the night raiders playful methods Apparently Kentucky is a unit in its opposi tion but as far as results go Kentucky might as well be a par ty to the crimes which for months have gone unpunished o the vast discredit of the state Timeso badurtaste in the alight nervousness are lymtomi of indigestion which when allowed togoun cared for will d yelop into a cafe of dye psia that will take a long time to ourstonchgetAt the first indication of trouble take omethbg th t wilt help jt alongDin its work odieeang the Ibpd 011 eat Kodol For Indigestion and tiyapepcia will do this Kodol will Dakeoui food do you gtHMl apd wIll enable you to So1 b PT Mir iIt J5itt J 1 i r t r SONIDiamonds Jewlers and Opticians Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music flail r 132W Market let Ist 2d StLouisville K- yCrenshawS D VET RINARY 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 ONEHALF MILE FROM COLUMBIA ON DISAP POINTMENTt Coffins AND Caskets I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which win be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it patronize J E Snow Russell Springs Columbia Hotel SMITH NELL Props FirstCiass- Accomodaiions Guaranteed Fr COLUMBIA KENTUCKY The NeW Bobbitt Hotel NEAR DEP- OTLEBANON KY Neat Rooms Good Beds Good Table Fare and sat 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 i y On O S DunbarrDENTISTpOFFICE FRONT ROOMS INYJEFFltIESJJUILDINGt PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky TOMORE IOTEEi- x Firstclass Table o i r ir Good Sample Boom Feed Stable ty R610 bl IG- TiVYTL MOA NOr firtKentucky t f tl ffJ J iJI T h As I f fi tC 8J3 L THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 18 1907 WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS Weeks HappeningsNews Important or Otherwise as Report ed By Our Corps of Correspondents GRADYVILLE Li We have had very cool weath er for the past few days Mr Thos Stults of Columbia was in our midst last Friday looking after lumber H G Montgomery of Breed ing was in our midst last Thurs day Mrs R W Shirley and daughter are teaching us an extra good school with large attend ance Logan Hagan spent last Sun day in Thompkinsville Mr Strong Hill and wife ac companied by the Misses Kemp are spending a few days at Jamestown this week with rela tives Mr William England and wife of Edmonton stopped over for night with Mr Robert 0 Kelt ner and family while en route for Columbia Mr Clay Coleman the well known stockman of Edmonton in company with Dr Nunn of Edmonton passed through here one day last week en route for ColumbiaMr Dowell spent last Friday in Columbia on business L C Hindman has a very fine crop of tobacco just ready for the knife J F Pendleton made a busi ness trip to Red Lick last Friday Dr L C Nell is progressing nicely with his new dwelling Rev G Y Wilson preached Mrs J W Keltners funeral at this place last Sunday Mrs L C Hindman visited her sister Mrs H A Walker in Columbia last Thursday Dr John Grady of Columbia spent one day last week with his brother Thomas who is in feeble healthMrs B B Grissom and her daughter Mrs Mell visited the family of W M Wilmore last Thursday night Ed Atkins and James Goff grocerymen of Columbia were with us the first of the week Dr S A Taylor was at Mill town and Pickett last Friday on business c 0 Moss and wife visited relatives atFairplay last Satur day night and Sunday Dr S A Taylor wife and son visited the family of Frank Dohoney in the community of Milltown last Sunday R L Caldwell and family some of our best citizens will i move to their farm near Mill town the first of the week Mr Bryan the wellknown in spentaing after insurance Mr J A Diddle is doing first class business at his mill You would be surprised if yoirwas here to see the amount of flour meal and brand that is sent out from this place daily wIW Yates furnishes our market fewdaysan accommodation to our foeojjle Mr Thos Dowell of r oion7 t j his farms near Keltrier to Mr Thos Rodgers for the considera tion of 1100 We are glad to note that Mrs Lewis Moore who has been in a critical conditon for several days is thought to be improving IMr James Keen who has been confined to his room for complicaIthe stage of action again Mr Wesly England and family have sold all of their posession and will start in a few days for the Lone Star State with a view of making it their future home Mr James Kemp one of the best citizens in the Picketts chapel community died on the 13th with a complication of troubles He was about 65 years MethodIisttruest sense His funeral was preached by Rev G Y Wilson and his remains interred by the Masonic Fraternity at Picketts chapel cemetery Theres a reason for that ache in your backright where it stitches every time youbend over turn around orwalk any distance Its your kid neys Take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They are unequaled for backache weak kidneys and inflammation of the bladder A weeks treat ment 25 cents Sold by Page Do honey FELIX 1 Quite a crowd from here was out to hear Gov Beckham at Jamestown Thursday n Mrs Ida Kinnedy Cincinnatiis visiting her sister Mrs Mae Stanton Revs Burton and Hart closed their meetimg at Christian chapel Wednesday night Joe Smith and family of Ono were Wilsonblast wrek MrrW C Grider was here this week taking in produce Mrs Eelen Rexroat and Miss Nora Benard visited Mrs Taylor McKinley last week Johnie Wil on and wife of Fonthill were visting at L M Wilson Saturday Mr Tyson Absher of Ind Ter is visting his friend at this place Mr and Mrs Cornelius Dunbar attended preaching at pleasant Hill last Sunday 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 ROWES X ROADS 1 have just returned from Casey county where I held a good meeting The quarterly meeting and Sundayschool Con vention were well attended Crops in Casey were never bet ter Bros tailor and Sullivan have just closed a meeting at Mt Pleasent there were twelve con versions and thirteen additions to the church 1 I t r VL Wm rook is breaking ground this week for a new dwelling he will build on his Bradley farm Mrs John Voils is very sick Mrs Lucy Murphey who has been quite sick is very much im provedMr E Warner and Miss Effie Stapp were married by me today the 12th This makes 104 couples I have united I keep time place date and the fee re ceived of every marriage I sol emnize DeWitts Little Early Risers are good for anyone who needs a pill They are small safe sure little pills that do not gripe or sicken Sold by Page Dohoney 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 I A VOICE FROM RUSSELL Mr EditorI cannot express the gratitude I have for you in complimenting me in publishing my own words and I expect by the help of Almighty God to make those words true I want and intend to go down after the leaders of the Republican party for all there is in it While I will reserve the greatest respect for those who have been misled by them Iwant to explain their wrongs in words so convincing with facts that my adversaries can never gainsay or deny I want to slip that old sheep skin of hypocracy from around them and show the world the wolf there is inside of it I want to draw them from their hiding place and shake them over all their black and rotten doctrine they have deceived the ignorant and honest with for the last for ty years I want to meet them on their Own grounds and con front all their propositions fight them with their own weapons and like David did Goliath cut their heads off with their own campaign Swords and bdry them in their own political graves they have dug for themselves- Yours truly JOHN M SULLIVAN Peoples Cure for Stomach Ills It would be folly to say that a person should always be his own doctor There are times when one cannot be too quick in consulting a competent and reliable physician but the fact does remain that there are many ailments that can be cured at home at very little expense Such remedies can be bought at any firstclass drug store for a small sum Among the diseases that can be effec tively treated at home are such as per tain to the stomach liver and bowels like constipation dyspepsia biliousness flatulency sour stomach bloated stomach sick headaches heartburn etc For these troubles there is no better remedy than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin the great herb laxative compound and among its staunchest friends are the doctors themselves In such troubles they know they have nothing better to offer than the in gredients contained in this remedy and hence the liberal ones advise their patients to take it It often happens that at the commencement of an attack some people hesitate to take such a simple remedy and run to a doctor but after trying various doctors they finally take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and have their confi dence rewarded by a cureoA good case in point is that of Mr Herrin of Lawrenceville HI who suffered from what the doctors called ca dietsevere pain ir in the stomach and finally mo ments when e himself thought he would die Ultimately he was advIsedto try Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and did so and now he is entirely cured and has gained 25 pounds He naturally advises all sufferers from weak stomach to use it It can be had in 50 cent and bottles and results are absolutely guaranteed or money is refundedBuy bottle today and watch results 11 FREE TESTThose wishing to try DrCald SYrup PepsIn before buy Ing can have a free sample bottle sent to their home by addressing the company ThIs offer is to prove thatthe 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 for children women and old folks A guaranteed permanent home aunr 1THE PUBLIC VERDICT No Laxative So Goad M Sure as DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN TMl product Wars purity guarantee Ne 17 Washington D Ci PEPSIN SYRUP OO I 11 SaldwHild MaRtkIlli ol4 t lf f i A Car Load of Buggies II SURRIES AND OTHER LIGHT VEHICLES HAVE JUST ARRIVED We can please anybody in style and price The latest designsRubber Tires or any no kind you may want Every Vehicle + Guaranteed Also an extra line of BUGGY AND SURREY HARNESS If you want a Vehicle of any kind give fuIIii Jeffries Hardware Store J Columbia Kentucky N i+++N++ ++ ++ N+ + + i e 4+ + +++ +I I4 4 JESNOW j c POPPLEWELL J Snow Popplewell 1 I iDealers in General Merchandise Dry Goods Groceries Hardware + Buggies Wagons Harness Ferti P lizer and Uundertaker GoodsIe I Russell Springs Kentucky f NN e4 + +44 It THE JackofallTrades w F JEFFRIES t SON Agts BRO 100 Per Pumps Water Shells Corn Saws Wood Grinds reed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Runs Presses and other tie Is the For This It costs to keep when It costs from 1 to 2 cents when For call on or Co 519 W Main Street S O 3 S SSS S w i AM CLOSING OUT MY m I ODD CUT PRICESJill if wt 200 PANT FOR 150 H 150 P tiAAi 125 PANT FOR 75C lr 3fiiior AND SHIRTS AND ANY THING IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE j m I L Simmonst1UhIBLE Ii rt Ce EE E cIIrIIr cr e e Ce 3 33 s 3St 3 k if4 Completely Throughout Absolute Satisfaction Guaranteed Enterprise Hotel1 CHAS F GANS i PROPRIETORS RATES Pay VV 234242 Earket a KY1 iyfJ lHE l separators Printing machinery Running Pres Paper nothing working hour working particul addre- ssFairbanksMorse LOUISVILLE KENTUCK STOCK OFfPANTS AT W Renovated St- 2LQUISVILLE tIIt f I 7II ill i t ff i ri 8 7 l tm 3 t F T CipAlR GDIJNT NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER IS rim 1f r j 1yamcr ayW rq J h S O t c c WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS v i Week Bappenings News Importantor Otherwise as Report ed By Our Corps of Correspondents G f GRADYVILLE I We have had very cools weath er for the past few days Mr Thos Stults of Columbia was in our midst last Friday looking after lumber H G Montgomery of Breed ing was in our midst last Thurs day t Mrs R W Shirley and daught er are teaching usan extra good school with large attend ance Logan Hagan spent lastS n1 day in Thompkinsville Mr Strong Hill and wife accompanied by the Misses Kemp are spending a few days atf Jamestown this week with rela tives Mr William England and wife of Edmonton stopped over for night with Mr Robert 0 Kelt ner and family while en route for Columbia Mr Clay Coleman the well known stockman of Edmonton in company with Dr Nunn of Edmonton passed through here one day last week en route for ColumbiaMr Dowell spent last Friday in Columbia on business L C Hindman has a very fine crop of tobacco just ready for the knife J F Pendleton made ar busi tress trip to Red Lick lastFriday Pr L C Nell is progressing nicely with his new dwelling Rev GsY Wilson preached Mrs JW Keltners funeral at this place last Sunday Mrs LV C Hindman visited J1rsister Mrs H A Walker in Columbia last Thursday Dr John Grady of Columbia spent one day last week with his brother Thomas who is iii feeble healMrs B B Grissom arid her daughter Mrs Mell visited the family of W M Wilmpre last Thursday night Ed Atkins and James Goff grocerymen of Columbia were with us the first of the weekI Dr S A Taylor was at Mill town and fickett last Friday on business C 0 Moss and wife visited I relatives atFairplay last satur day night and Sunday Dr S A Taylor wife and son visited the family of Frank Dohoney in the community of Milltown last Sunday R L Caldwell and family some of our best citizens will move to their farm near Mill town the first of the week Mr Bryan the wellknown in surance man of Glasgow spent a few days here last week looking after insurance hrstrbusiness at his mill You would be sirArisedif Y Was here to see the amount of flour meal and brand that is sent out f from this place daiiyj I V essrs LE Thomas and W W Yates furnishes our market U fewdaypian accommodation to our ttsqnl- eSfipl Dowel d one Qf tJ r rC i his farms near Keltrier to Mr Thos Rodgers for the consideration of 1100 We are glad to note that Mrs Lewis Moore who has been in a daysrMr James Keen who has been confined to his room for several months with a complication of diseases is able to be on the stage of action again Mr Wesly England and fami ly have sold all of their posession forIof making it their future home Mrl James Kemp one of the best citizens in the Picketts chapel community died on the 13th ywith a complication of troubles He was about 65 years of age a member of the Method ist church and a Christian in the truest sense His funeral was preached by RevG Y Wilson and his remains interred by the Masonic Fraternity at Picketts chapel cemetery Theres a reason for that ache in your back right where it stitches every time you bend over turn arQund orwalk 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 hy Page Do honey n EELIX fi Quite acrbwd from here was out to hear Gov Beckham at Jamestown Thursday1 d qMrs tiis visiting her sister Mrs Mae Stanton biRevs Burton and Hart closed their meetimg at Christian chapel WednesdaYnigght Joe Smith and family of Ono were visiting Mrs or A Wilson last wrek i s Lr Y 1t MrxW C Grider was here this week taking in produce Mrs Eelen Rexroat and Miss Nora Benard visited Mrs Taylor McKinley last week Johnie WilSon and wife of Fonthill were visting at LM Wilson Saturday Mr Tyson Absher of Ind Ter is visting his friend at this place Mr and Mrs Cornelius Dunbar Attended preaching at pleasant mil last Sunday i 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 J iROWESX ROADS L I havenete t from Casey county where I held a good etirrgXhe quarterly meeting and 3undayschopr Con vention were well attended Crops in Casey were never bet ter 4- Brosaailor and Sullivan lI have jusl closed a meeting at Mt Pleaientj there were twelve conversions dliin additions to kther If o fi ttit f mi 1 I 1 t r 1nt iJi p f r wmaok is breaking ground this week for a new dwelling he win build on his Bradley farm Mrs John Voils is very sick Mrs Lucy Murphey who has been quite sick is very much im proved Mr Robt E Warner and Miss Effie Stapp were married by rne today the 12th This makes 104 couples I have United f keep time place date and the fee received of every marriage I solemnize BeWitts Little Early Risers are good for anyone who needs a pill They are small safe sure little pills that dp not gripe or sicken Sold by Page Dohoney iDeWitts uGarbolized Witch Hazel Salve IS goodj for boils burns cuts scalds and skin diseases 1tisspecialI ly good for piles Sold by ge honey I Columbia Ky t A VDICE FROM RUSSELL J Mr EditorI cannot express the gratitude I have for you in complimenting me in publishing my own words and I expect by the help of Almighty God to make those words true I want and intend to go down after the leaders of the Republican party for all there is in it While I will reserve the greatest respect for those who have been misled by them frWant to explain their wrongs in words so convincing with facts that my adversaries can never gainsay or deny J want to slip that old sheep skin of hypocracy from around them and show the world the wolf there is inside of it I want to draw them from their hiding place and shake them over all their black and rotten doctrine they have deceived the ignorant and honest with for the last forty years I want to meetathem on their dwn grounds and fiQP front all their opositions fight themwith their own weapons and like David did Goliath cut their heads off with their own campaign swords and bary them in their own political graves they have 4u for themselves l tjWi j Yours trolly JOHN M SULLIVAN Peoples Cure for Stomach Ills It would ba folly to say that a person should always be his own doctor There are times when one cannot be too quick in consulting a competent and reliable physician but the fact does remain that there are many ailments that can be cured at home at very little expense anyfirstclassdrugAmong the diseases that can be effec pertainlike constipation dyspepsia biliousness flatulencysour stomach bloated stomach sick headaches heartburn etc For these troubles DrCaIdwellslIthey have nothing better to offer than the ingredients contained in this remedy and hence the liberal ones advise their patients to take itIt often happens that at the commencement of an attack some hesitate totake such a simple remedy and run to a doctor but after trying various doctors they finally take Dr CaldwelLs Syrup Pepsin and have their confl pointlswho suffered from what the doctors called catarrh the stomach He was given tip to die appetite moJadvises all sufferersfrom weak stomach to UN- it Itopn be bad in 50 cent and tl bottles and results are absolutely guaranteed or money is refunded Buy a bottle today aftdw 1iresl trII FREE TEST Drcwf1wewSml iy1ddftiuMdy wdl dosswe tnd Is onbt opM to tisws who ndfot it If ikw aiw aPt ofstomactltlMr or boWIt dhaaeSus wt jttlIIitt diecgr ke tht fir woman Ml IN- ftIksA GIIIIIMnt home TIE PUBlIO VERDICT iii UXatM SO II DRS 4MDWELLS SYRUP PEPS1N hew pedI l gr lie 17 j lillIIII WasMMlowk JIfQ 1 ii i I A Car Load of Buggies Ii SURRIES AND OTHER LIGHT VEHICLES a HAVE JUST ARRIVED t 4 i We can please anybody in style and price OThekind you may want Every Vehicle Guaranteed Also an extra line of vs BUGGY AND SURREY HARNESS i If you want a Vehicle of any kind give t us a call Come while the Stock is full and get Choice rvi3 i Jeffrijs Hardware Store Columbia Kentucky fr JjJtSNOW isC POPPLEWELL j fi J SDOW Popplewell ii Iii l I j Dealers in General Merchandise + Dry Goods Groceries Hardware Buggies Wagons Harness Ferti u lizer and Uundertaker Goods I Russell Springs KentuckyI f N + 0 9e 444IIit THE Jack f allTrades w F JEFFFiIEBct SON Ages irtf cf CHA JtF rket water Freezers RunsCream Separators IandRunning the I3res For This j- Jtcosts nothing keep when n working 1 2 a when wording particula address FairbanksMorse Co W Street OUISVILLEeo KENTUCKY iE tE E E EEEECEEe fEEO 3 3I Ja 3 33 3 i a 3 33- 3j Jr OFTOPPPANTSAT CUT PRIGESfM w Elit oS200 PANT FOR Ii 100V ilM l PANT FOR 3 t COME AND MY PRICES PANTSSHIRTS- AND 1 ijw ANYTHING IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE n HUMBLEwr NtucKf E JEEEE EfEEf j CC IX333 t3333i333 a 33i 13 t t oN Completely Renovateday4r T1IT ughout Absolute 1 SatisfactionGuaranteed Enterptis H f GANSP R0R- OPRLETURSr ROTES 100 Per flay qjA 24ZI St i to tEGmsVftiLJE KY Jij t fe 2 i p L iFEEPumps l Corn teedChum3Runs Ice Cream Me Is Paper tp It costs from to cents hour For call on or 519 Main EE EEE ff 1 t 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