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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tI P f x i i I I c f 1 ltilft1 I I j Y i j2Cf VOLUME 10 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBERfplPO NUMBER 48 r NON LCa WINFREY Democratic Candidate to Represent Adair and Cumberland in the Legislature HIS CANDIDACY HEARTILY RECEIVED For the past week many voters of this county have been urging Mr Lo gan C Winfrey to permit them to file a petition asking that his name be put upon the ballots in Adair and Cumber land counties as a Democratic candidate for the Legislature Last Monday he yielded to their wishes and a petition was immediately prepared and in a short time more than the necessary number of names were secured Mr Winfrey needs no introduction to the voters of Cumberland county where he was born and reared He is a son of Eld Clint Winfrey who lives near Becks Store As a young man he attended school in Columbia teaching at intervals and studying law After he Was to the bar he removed to 1Albanywherehe enjoyed agpoclpractice rwo anSl nehalf years ago be became a citizen of Columbia forming a partnership WiMr F R Winfrey the r I firm doing good practice Mr Winfrey is in the prime of manhood is a sober and discreet gentleman and a lawyer of ability He hasalways been a content Democoat and will if e a Representative of Ctel all feel proud Let those Voters who want a true Represantatlle of the people of Adair barjsnd see that Mr Winfrey edO Tfith such Representative estihtCt8ts of the district will be securely guarded N LEE HARDIN 1IThis distinguished gentleman ad dressed a very large audience at the court house last Monday afternoon in the interest of the Democratic State ticket Mr flajdinfwas born and rear ed in Columbia and his friends of boy hood days were here from all parts of the county to hear him In the fore noon he was kept busy shaking hands with old associates and talking of incidents of long ago Before Mr Hardin began speaking the Columbia Brass Band played several stirring airs and when the music ceased the speaker was introduced in appropriate language by Mr Rollin r HurtWhen Mr Hardin arose to make his address be was greeted in true Ken tucky style In beginning Mr Hardin paid a beautiful tribute to his old home aft which he took up national issues which he handled for about ten min spokeIHe was speech evidently rgood There were a number of Republicans in the audience who listened from first to last with a great deal of interest When Mr HardH concluded MrL C Winfrey Dem jbftic candidate to represent Adair ana Cumberland made s short talk telling the people that in the event of his election he would b the V representative of his J constituents the interests of Adair and Cumberland counties His candidacy has created much enthusiasm and many believes that he will be Sleeted r r TO PAINTS Mr lN Coffey p tmas4wT at Cq lumb ia requests us M state iJhat to clarks are much annoyd every 1iofiiceveand ktfcpyup a aL bliatt wtti 1 J rl Jt t f3y3yyI the mail is distributed It is a great annoyance and their action retards the work in the office Parents will cifer- a great favor upon the postmaster by keeping the children athome until the mail is ready for distribution By so doing persons who receiye mail at this office will get it much sooner MEANS BUSINESS Special to Danville Advocate Hustonville K Oct 2President J F Allen of the Danville Scottsville Nashville Railroad arrived here from New York Friday After renting the Newton Hotel block for office purposes getting possession Oct 1 he tried to rent a dwelling for his family but found none vacant Hesays work will com mence at once and be pushed vigorously Mr Allen says the money necessary to build the road has been secured and the road is now to be built The road is to pass through Columbia and many believe that Mr Allen has got matters in proper shape to carry the project to a finish The Adair County Court manifested its interest in internal ments last Friday when it appropriated three thousand dollars assist in building a pike to the Green county line Good roads will increase the population of J the county and the additional tax will not hurt any one We are glad this step has been taken and we would rejoice ti see pikes running to the Cumberland Casey Metcalfe and Russell lines Thes would be of greater benefit to a large majority of the people of this section thau a railroad Now is a good time to see that the phimneys are right It may save much trouble as a fire means more than the burning of a building generally Get the flues in good shape for winter fires and see that all cracks crevices and holes made by loosened mortar are all made safe See that a safe place is made in which the daily ashes may beI emptied without danger of setting something to burning These may seem shall matters but it pays to looki after them FARMERS INSTITUTE Hons R C Crenshaw W T Kane arid E C Martindale sent out by the Department of Agriculture were here last Thursday and Friday to talk to the farmers of Adair countyto advance new ideas in agricultural pursuits The appointments were not made at a pro pitious time as the farmers were gen erally busy cutting corn and tobacco hence but few heard them Those who did however state that they received some valuable information Every body In town will be glad to know that Mr Geo T Flowers Jr of thisplace has been granted a pension of eight dollars per month Mr Flowers served in the SpanishAmer ican War and while in the Philippines he was sick a great deal a sufferer of rheumatism and was also troubled withI a heart affection He made application several years ago Judge T A Murrell being his attorney The attor ney had much difficulty in securing proof as Mr Flowers witnesses were scattered some living in New York and others in the Philippines but final ly a good case was made out and the claim allowed Mr Flowers back payj amounts to nearly five hundred dollars AN ACCIDENT I A party x f ministers who left here Tuesday afternoon of last week en route for Greensburg met with an ac cident near the residence of Sherrod Hatcher The team hooked to the surrey became frightened and ran off up setting the vehicle One of the preachers whose name we have failed to learn was considerably bruised The team got loose from the vehicle and could not be overtaken Two fresh horses were secured from a farmer and the party made it into Greensburg about dark llrL C Blair and MrWA Gar nett have formed partnership and will go into the mercantile business They will erect a llargi store house anawiljl befin Jineat Glenville They hopt to have their stock opened to the tr d by ttie first bf December f- c 1A THREE THOUSANDDOLLARS Appropriated to Buida Pike from Columbia to the Green County Line LOOKS LIKE THE ROAD IS A CERTAINTY r The Adair County Fiscal Court all the magistrates present voted three thous and dollars to be expended in building a pike from here to the Green countyline The appropriation will build the bridge across Russells Creek and it will be no trouble to raise the funds for grad ingand graveling Representatives of the other end say that the county of Green will build the road to the Adair line It looks like a go and before many months we may expect to hear of every thing being in tangible shape The building of this pike should stimulate those who are anxious for one to the Cumberland river apd they should work with renewed energy ITS FUTURE EFFECTt Has it occurred to you that the bold- ing of the Louisville Conference inI this place has given Columbia the very best advertisement tcould possibly get Overtwo hundred preachers and laymen from various sections of theJ State were here and with one accord they stated that they were especially pleased with the entertainment they received and were delighted with the appearance of the town Many werec surprised to see the amount of business that is daily transacted in the place The News personally met a number of ministers who took especial delight in boosting Columbia her enterpises and hospitable citizens In talking to one minister and in answer to the ques tion Have you all got comfortable homes he saidJI have been a member of Conference a good many years and Columbia and Campbellsville have displayed more genuine hospitality than any towns where I have been since I became a member of the body This was a gratifying statement and when we took into consideration that these kind words will be spoken by many c of ministers or expressions to that effect all over the State we feel sure that Columbia has been benefitted by having Conference with us Rev J F Claycombpreachedhis fare well sermon at the Presbyterian church last Snnday forenoon His subject was Now men see not the bright light which is in the clouds T The ideas advanced were that all things worked for good He cited many serious happen ings in ancient times and many of recent date that subsequent years proved that they were for the best A good congregation heard him In the begin ling of his discourse he stated that his leaving Columbia was not on account ofI the salary he was receiving nor his treatment here He had ho complain to make His departure was solely to better prepare himself to preach the Gospel I1ENDRICKSON Itfr Wnf Hendrickson who was 87 years old lacking a few days died at his late residence Caseys Creek this county two weeks ago He was one of the best citizens in the county and win be greatly missed He had been va member of the Christian Church four many years He reared seven children all of Thom ar KTing four sons and three laughter His wife died about ten years ago i Rev J Ci Cook WIt aighi a Nd of t oxrTk DEATH OF WM H SALLEE There was not a man in Adair county perhaps who was better known than the gentleman whose name heads this article About two months ago he received a kick from a horse breaking one of his hips which caused his death the end coming Tuesday the 1st The deceased was an honorable man and had many friends throughout the county He was a brother of the late Judge A E Sallee and the other Sal lee boys of the county Many years ago he served the county as School Su perintendent making a careful officer The funeral services were held at the late residence Wednesday forenoon conducted by Rev J C Cook A great many relatives and friends were presJ ent The deceased was about sixtyeight years old and had beeiiia sober up right citizen during his whole life Our sympathy is extended to the surviving members of the family CHANDLER The residents of Columbiawill be sor r Ito learn of the death of Miss Ella Chandler whichoccurred at the home of her parents MrJ and Mrs T Y Chandler Hillsboro Texas Thursday night Sebtember 26 The deceased was 19 years 11 months and 18 days old and ws born in Columbia her parents removing to Texas when she was a lit tIe child Two years ago she visited her relatives in this place her modesty and ladylike disposition winning her many friends She was a granddaughter of Mrs Anna Strange and a niece of Mrs Rollin Hurt and Mrs Margaret Smitht MARRIAGE LICENSES The following marriage licenses were issued from the Adair County Clerks office during the month 3ofjSeptember- W F Sparks to Nannie W Lewis W A Bryant to Myrtle McQueary- Jo Rooks to Ida Taylor James Kimbler to Mattie Bryant Arvin Turner to Cordia Brockman 0 W McAllister to Louise Callison Luther S Reese to Emma England Wm Johnson to Hadee Dimpsey JONESSMITH 1 t f Mr Herbert Jones a nephew of Judge W W Jones this place and Miss Ethel Smith of Punnville Casey cdunty were married in the parlors of the Pheonix Hotel Lexington last Wednesday morning Eld J Q Mont gomery officiating The groom is cash ier of the Waterbury National BankC Waterbury Tenn He is well known to many of the young people of Colum bia having been in school here four years ago He is an excellent young man The bride belongs to one of Ca sey countys best families Eld W K Azbill will fill the pulpit at the Methodist church next Sunday forenoon and evening His subject in the Kindgomoof Heaven es discourses on Civil Governmemt These appointments are on account of the seri rusillness of the pastors wife Mrs ZT Williams Hon W J Stone exmember of Congress and at one time Democratic candidate for Governor will speak at Columbia Tuesday October 15 Come and hear him He will speak at Greensburg the 14th and at Edmonton the 16th Sheriff W B Patterson conveyed n1tiaryed that JopeiIkill d his fatherin law Tom Dudley and that a Jury gave him thirteen years i Levi Whittell pf Rwwell county was OIIreYOd to tiehft1CelandsAi6ylum 1ut Friday This mild the seventh ttmelaA ins been sent to the m attach Family trouII 1sJlyelllatM caelr j zTT2f n is W BUTLERS WILL Its Meaning Is Construed by Judge IL C Baker p CONTENTION OF INTERESTED PARTIES At the last term of the Adair Circuit Court a motion to construe the will of the late Judge J W Butler came be fore Judge H C Baker the motion being argued by attorneys on each side The contention between the parties was whether Mrs Butler has a right to the use of any part of the estate except the income arising from I it and Whether if Mrs Bradshawsurvives her mother Mrs Butler her interest is a life estate or an absolute ownership- It was adjudged by the Court that Bettie W Butler hasan estatefor life in the property of John W Butler left after payment of special device debts and costs of administration with a right to use any part of the principal v of the estate ifit becomes necessary 1 t for her comfortable support but for no other purpose Mrs Butler wasrepresentedbylJudg- ew W Jones andJMr James Garnett Mrs Bradshaw by Mr Henry Aaron and the Butler heirs by Hon J F Montgomery and Mr Rollin Hurt i Mrs Butlers claim for fifteenhunp dred dollars advancedjto Bher usband m building house was adjudged asa valid claim against the estate t fJ TO THE LADIES 7 I will arrive at your store Tuesday Oct 8th to demonstrate the excellence of the Beauty Corsetjandjwill have with me six hansome corset display forms for window exhibition MAE HARRISON Expert Corsetiere Referring to the above will say thatrMiss Harrison arrived oda Tuesday and will be glad for the ladies tb call on her at our store You know the importance of having a corset to fit prop tV erly She is thoroughly familiar with her work and will select the style and fit the corset for you perfectly tou are cordially invited tocome to see her RUSSE JL Co FARM FOR SALE r I desire to sell my farm containing 98J acres Jying on the pike i mile from Cane Valley Ky It is in a good state of cultivation all under fence well watered There is upon it a good dwelling con taining six rooms all well firnished an inexhaustible well and all necessary outbuildings Plenty of timber to keep up the farm and two good orchards This farm is within onehalf mile of postoffice school andlchurches and bank Cane Valley is a firatrclass country town W S GRIFFIN 48tf CanejValleyKy Mr H C b eese has thejgcontract to build a large twostory store house for Blair GarnettGiensfork Ky worki i to begin about Oct 21th Mr Feese 1 also has a contract to build a varanda 100 feet long for W M Wilmore Gradyvflle Ky the work on this to1i begin about Nov 1st f The trial of James A Shipp charged with murdering JJoCSmith 10f Camp i bells alle has been injprogress at Leb anon for several days The killing oc curred in Campbellsville and a change i of venue sent ShippVlMarion county 1 for trial This is the second trial the first one resulting in a life sentence t iitCapt J W Stone is one of the best speakers on the stump He il out in ihe interest of the Democratic State i ticket He willlbe here next Tuesday J the 15th Come and hear him f hLJ Remember that JW Ntwnaii frillM ipea here next Saturday Hf HJa J candidate f rCommiIllhier of Agriqu- ltickt j lure on tha Dweoratie- esske jJ1 iK a iiIJ i jCt U f a ic f j I t t r t 1 1 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 9 1907 if f LOCAL OPTIONS STRENGTlj The following statement regarding the State where license and local option exist in varying degrees compiled by temperance advocates is of interest Alabama Majority of counties dry part of others also A county option law has just been pased moving for State prohibi tion within next two or three yearsArkansasSixty out of seven tyfive counties dry Much dry territory in other counties ColiforniaFour dry counties and much dry territory in other countiesColoradoLocal option law 1907Connecticut Town local op tion ninetysix nolicense to seventytwo license town DelewareHalf dozen dry town State nolicense campaign on vote November 5 1907 FloridaThirty dry counties out of fortyfive Few saloons in the State Move for State pro hibition led by Gov Broward IdahoLicense Sunday law 1905IllinoisProbably 500 dry towns Local option law recently passed Two dry counties IndianaThree dry counties 710 dry townships out of 1016 halfof population in dry territory IowaSixtyfive out of nine tynine counties dry Eleven other counties having only one saloon town Move for State pro h hibition again under way- KentuckYNinetyseven out of 119 counties dry Only four counties wholly wet Saloon closed on Sundays Louisiana Seveneights of the r State dry Orders may not be solicted or received in dry terri tory s Maryland Fourteen out of twentythree counties dry sachuettsLocaloption by cities and towns 250 being dry and 100 wet Laws strict and well enforced Michigan County option with a few dry counties No chance to vote by smaller unit If county votes wet it reverses dry vote in small unit- Minnesota License with vill age local option 123 dry municipal ties Sunday closing in entire StateMississippisixtyeight out of seventyfive counties dry State prohibition canpaign actively underfway Missouri Fortyout of 115 counties dry Sunday closing rapidly enforced by Gov Folk Montana Licese r cityr9Ption littleiiiiZRestriction chance to vote bnrthe question of license Ir tNew HampshireNonnna1ly piohibitonmodified by local sentiment Trend is toward pro lii lon62per cent of popula fiomin dry territory New JerseyLocaloption law Jfew YorkTown and tpwn Is1iipoptjoIlj 300 towns dr tN Carolina Fat- i OOnSr Camps g for Sta ohibi tjV tion with Governor leading in fight OhioOne thousand one and red and forty out of 2376 own ship dry Sixty per cent of municipalities dry and 360000 people living in dry residence districts in wet cites County prohibition assured probably next session Oregon Twelve dry counties and 170 dry municipalities in other counties OklahomaOklahoma 537 sa loons in State Part formerly Indiana Territory has had prohi bition for twentyone years and constitutional convantion adopted similar provision which now ap plies to entire State- PennsylvaniaLicense with privilege of remonstrance Rhode Island Sixteen dry municipalities out of thirtyeight South CarolinaRecently pass edcounty locol option and re pealed dispensary law Move for State prohibition following Geor gia victory South yDakoa Large sections of State dry- TennesseeSaloons excluded from all but three municipalities in the State State prohibition predicted within three years TexasTwo third of the State dry local option State prohibi tion campaign under way Utah Licens- eVermontdry save for twenty four municipalities Entire State and every county in the State shows a majorityagainst license State prohibition expected short ly VirginiaMuch dry territory Washington License with but fifty dry towns West Virginiathirty dry out of fiftyfive Governer publicly opposes the liquor traffic WisconsinLocal option with 650 dry communities Arizona License District of Columbia Ratio of saloons to population reduced more than haif during the last fifthteen years New MexicoLicense- Dewitts Carbolized witch Hazel salve is good for little burns and big burnsI small scratches or bruses and big ones It is healing and smoothing Good forI Piles Sold by Page Dohoney HE MUST KNOW The county editor must and does depend upon his friends to help make his paper interesting Show some interest in your local paper give all the information you can to the publisher Marriages births deaths or any little items nay interest some one Such items are often ab sent simply because you dont let the editor know of them Did you ever think what a steady letter a newspaper is Week after week it goes on tell ing of the little things that happen in your neighborhood If you undertook to write half as much as the paper tells you would give up in airThe- letters would grow iwrter andI further apart and fipftijr cease should recogrdteiSfej and te eJlu mreinifiSv llt1 edi tor iteWrjjyef would jseInit t J A HAND FOR THE TEMPED It is no great virtue to be brave when we have neither trials nor temptations One man may walk down the avenue with the liquor interests flanuting their devicis on every hand and he may have only a deeping disgust for the whole business There is no temptation and it requires neither courage norselfcontrol for him to walk in the midst of these enticements But to some unfort unate one who isadicted to the use of strong drink and is trying manfully to overcome his besett ing sin to him it is a temptation to go down that avenue He must walk with a prayer on his lips and courage in his heartthat he may overcome the snares that are set for him He is running a gauntlet of fire He needs the help of God and a brothers hand It is the man with the appetite who needs to pray that the angel of the Lord may b round about him He shoul- have our sympathy and our help that he may pass through this furnace of fire unscathed To place temptation in the way o the man who is doing his best t reform is worse than to put stumbling block in the way o the blind United Presbyterian AMERICAN WOMEN NOT DRUNK ARDS Because a few poor idle use less society women lacking employment for brain or hands have taken to drinking more than is good for them certain people who ought to know bet ter raise the cry that the women of America are becoming drunk ards Silly and stupid statement Not only is drinking very rare among the real womanhoodof this country but drunkenness a mong men is rapidly growing less Whiskey is in retreat Whiskey drinkers are quietly but not the less effectively made aware of public disapproval- It used to be a rather amiable weakness in a merchant a lawyer- or a physician that he ahould oc cassionally be overcome by drink What man will today employ a drunken doctor or retain a drunk en lawyer or do business with a drunken merchant What chance has a drunken clerk or a drunken mechanic to get a position or to hold one The world grows wiser everyday and in nothing has it shown greater growth in wisdom than in this matter of repudiating drink and drunkards We still have a long way to go before all men will use alcohol in modera tion or not at all but we are still making progress x Men drink less and lessAs for women we repeat that the great mass of se1 respecting in dustrious American womanhood is as far from drink slavery as it is from drug slavery Both addictionSare desperate resort weary rlchi ElizabethoovtnNews fate cage of GMtipation a- nab 7l ehMlrompt11 lit1ihttn ypii Dewitt rbypqe D I l Lt C Teachers Association at G dyille 1 Sat Oct 12th PROGRAM Music and Invocatiqn j Address of Welcome Celeste Shirley Response R L Campbell GrammarIts importance and how to teach it Tobias Huffa ker Bessie Epperson Finis Thurman History how to make it interest ing Corrine Dowell John Pickett Buell Shive The value of Literature in Self culture Ora Moss Pearl Hind manw NOON Should Third Class Certificates be abolished J A Caldwell Rheu Squires Maggie Walker The value of observation and how to cultivate their power Nannie Rowe Valeria Jessie Nora Bradshaw Reviews their value how should oftendKate Walk er Celeste Shirley Discipline some nesessary con Refna Conover Hattie Bradshaw Thompsona offG Firquin Mrs Shirley R L Campbell All Subjects will be open for dis cussion by the Association Teachers will bring their dinners and we will have a picnic Georgia R Shelton Pres R R Moss Vice Pres John Pickett Chairman If you take De witts Kidney and Bladder Pills you will get prompt relief from backache weak kidneys inflam mation of the bladder and urmary troubles A weeks treatment 25 cents Sold by Page Dohoney r r INGERSOL ON NAPOLEN A little while ago I stood by the grave of the great Napoleon a magnificent tomb of gilt and empirebby the force of his genius I saw him upon the fruitful field of Waterloo when chance and fate combined to wreck the for t t tunes of the former king and I saw him at St Helena with his hands crossed behind him gazing out at the sad and solemn sea I thought of the orphans and widows he had made of the tears that had been shed for his glory and of the only woman who had ever loved him pushed from his heart by the cruel hand of am bition and I said I would rather I have been a French peasant and worn wooden shoes I would rather have been that poor peas ant with my loving wife by my side knitting as the day died out in the skies with my children upon my knees and their arms about me I would rather have been that man and gone to the tongueless silence of the dream less dust than to have been that impartial impersonation of force and murder known as Napoleon the Great SHOWING ITS TRUE COLORShf 4 r f The Louisville Herald had an ri article from its Special Corres v pondentat Danville stati that Dr Bruner the candidate for spoke to a throng of 700 cheering and enthusiastic hearers there on the night of 23rd and 4at many Democrats pledged th1ir support to the Republican tisket The correspondent at that place said he never sent any to the Herald Dr Bruner did not speak there that night at all But this makes no differnc o a paper of the ilk of the Louisville Herald whose staff man traveling with Mr Wilson files his daily reports along the sameline A paper like that is injuring instead 1 7 of helping the Republican a cause in this race Somerset News f L B Williamson was arrested at Finley 0 on an indictment charging him with attempting to bribe Chase Thompson a juror i in the case of State of Ohio a gainst the Standerd Oil Companjr J i The Campbellsville Shop Handles HEAVY and LIGHT WORK Boilers Remodled and all Boiler Repairs made Heavy and Light FORGING y 1N of all kinds done ENGINES and OTHER MACHINERY RE BUILT Work is done by Mechanics Who Know How Try us 5 Cam bellsvilte Kentucky w e LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER PLASTER Republifm telegramV irywhich Machine VVV3iJr i IIs a substitute for coniell mon lime mortar jChere n is intelligent economy in f the use of this mat ria1tThe use of common luau j I mortar for plastering makes a weak and uncertain ceiling as it jsli able to fall any time and cause several hundred dollars damages5You can den it like wood containing no sand you can saw or nailit iike iil r J wood rfMANUFACTIWEI BYte Kentucky Wall Plaster rCo ET BroOk RlyerSts10TH PHONES 2267 t A5PC AlLrl PLATJkr3 WNs4ucSS5- S1 cIr 1ofjof i7 r j ThTu a t t THE ADx COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 91907 t IIlave Ct 1 i A COMPLETE STOCK OF ASt i 7T fl WALL PAPER WIRE CLOTH POULTRY 11 f it- IE3 NETTING SCREEN DOORS WIRE 1 iFence Roofing Spring Hinges Sash Hang ers Door Pulls Screen Door Catches Win Ff nE dow Screens Ice Cream Freezers Refriger i fEators GardenHoes Rakes Shovels Manure i f Forks Wheelbarrows Snaths H a yi n gkE Tools Lawn Mowers Grass Hooks Grassy m Shears AT BOTTOM PRICES v aa JOHN A HOBSON Greensburg Ky fE J m EiEE EiEE EiEE lckFEEEEEEEFEIEEEEEEEErrEEE EEE EIrE EErrEEE r HORDRIQE 1 ilIDEALERS IN i HARDWAREMILLSUPPLIESBUGGYSUPPLIES Iitw RUBBER TIRESW BLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION WHEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE PUT ON ON SHORT NOTICE iGIVEUS A CALL W CAMABELLSVLLEKEN UCKY K5eeeseeet= EEEEEE EiEE E EEEEE EEtrE EEif E EEiEi EEEEEE EEiF iE 0- l Fifth Avenue HoteL i PIKE CAMPBELL MGR t 11it and Retail Districts Churches and Theaters l FIFTH AVENUE LoinsviLLE7 J 4FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS Louisville Kentucky 4 v av l V It K Kmt III iCJ K71I7i w The Rioted Orifflip Springsr f 1 Dl- 4rI ATE I G PLkAC 71 Will open July first for guests who seek pleasure li IE and health The table will be supplied with the f w best the market produces Rates Reasonable fiefiPfiv iS l pmine entuck9 7I- f 1L O l Jl I7K 7K7KI7II7I7I0l i i w- H I 7I7I t L The Louisville Trust f It Company Southwest Corner Fifth and Market LOU SELLi1 Organized under a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables o everY kind and description and the transaction of a general trust bust ness is authorized to act in aiLpart of the State as Executor Admin istratpr Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every poii tibn of trust that can be held ran individual t1 Ifc accepts andexecutea trdfet of varied character and itsfairim par I ttilaad profitable mangemat ia guaranteed by its large cor porate property its magnificent firepro0f ofiice iiuid its great uunCial strengthY yi tJ J 1 j ih 1tl l r r j I If tt Jti r r r 1 1 I KENTUCKY BELLES SIC A little about the trip given by KKthe Louis lle Herald to a number of Kentucky young ladies Miss Lorena Pile of this place is one of the party 0 5 Look at the vaterJ Hint it grand E Say this is the best ever E The above exclamations of E amazement and admiration were echoed at the Hotel Iroquois and in a measure conveyed the first impressions of a bevy of Ken tucks belles who arrived from Louisville to the Queen resort The attractive visitors came allj the way from the Blue Grass State in a private palace car and are being chaperoned by Mr and Mrs Frank G Drewry Mr Drewry is the assistant man aging editor of the Louisville Herald an influentiaLand widely circulated daily and Sunday newspaper and he has arranged the pleasant outing for the fair guests The Louisville Herald has been conducting a subscription contest for the past few weeks and t among the other awards ar- rangedt an outing to Atlantic for fifteen fair contestants included t among the prize winners GREAT FUN ON TRIP a Mr Drewry is one of those kind of Kentuckians that are featured ubout in the popular novels He is thoroughbred through and through and al though he has been here but a few hours has already made a host of friends The trip to the shore was one round of pleasure Mr Drewry was the only man in the party and just one sidelong look at the fair Kentucky belles was enough to make him the envy of the masculine gender in general The girls had the time of their lives aboard the train and kept things in an uproar with their merry pranksiAt every station they were selected for a troupe of theatrical folks and the fair tourists en joyed that immensely Manager Murphy of the Iro quois mapped out a program for their five days stay here that takes in everything from bath ing to riding the beach ponies 5 The girls are really an excel lent demonstration of Kentucky beauty and they have graciously agreed to pose for a picture this morning for the Press man who hastened to pay his respects astt evening and was accorded a real Kentucky welcome The tourists left Louisville September 19 and upon leaving here they will visit Philadelphia New York- Jamestown Washington the Exposition returning to Louisville on October 4mTHE BELLESaBesides Mr and Mrs Frank G DrewrYf the tourists include Miss C DElkins Miss Blanche Steeber Miss Lucy Brown Miss eland Everett Miss Mattie Summers Miss Maud Elliott Miss Emma Gkscr Miss Se ielI ena Schnepp MBe Lara Cooperf r lilEf1lyrtIeBQUni KIM Mary ito E Price Misi Kathryn Mitehitll i ts and Miss Lorena Pile Atlantic City Daily Press BRMNL AKSj No loaf is Healthier than some bread A consecrated life means a consecrated purse Half the world wonders how the other half lives When a man goes out looking for advice he never hunts i rvaint Some men imagine they are good just because they refrain from doing evilJ fiAas long as she can keep him from knowing that she is doing if A dimes worth of flowers in a sick room is better than a beaut tiful Gates Ajar floral offering on the tomb We havent had much experience at golf but it doesnt strikec us as being in it with the old game of shinney When a man gets his slippers on after supper it is a wise wife that refrains from suggesting that they make an evening call Tomorrow is the refuge of the opponent of tariff revision You do not have to go to thet fair grounds to see prize hogsI The debt of nature can not be paid on the installment plan A lot of men have not yet been able to distingnish between notoriety and fame Happy is he who can think of yesterday without regrets a Can you blame a woman hor earns 15 a week for not giving up her job and marrying an 875 a week man3S- ome people think it is charity to give away the old clothes they want to get rid of without exhpense to themselvesaWhat has become of the young man who used to soak his hair bears grease and then plaster it against his brow in a semi circle that reached his eyebrows The difference between a mans handshake and the wag R of a dogs tail is that the wag is always sincere The laws delays are responsible a for a lot of lawlessness Commoner 1 KIND WORDS or My Dear Friend t Did you ever stop to think of value of kind words They are the jewels of a good heart no one ever regretted using a kind word or wished to recall it is It is the unkind words that hurt not only to those to whom they are spoken but those who utter them The wound which they ake may be healed by soothing but the scar will remain forever The great secret of power is kindness Lions ele phants tigers and every wild beast have been subdued by the u scepter of kindness and its in fluence is same in men women children If Kind words and acts do more influence the world than anyx thiris pkef They Soften tl r- v tt WI t ia I f hardest heart and subdue t without passion These are priceless yet cost nothing it is easier to speak a kind word than a harsh one How pleasant it is to see a family who have none but kind words for each other where each one contributes a share to the common comfort and happiness of all Kind words are the expressions of a good heart a noble sole yet are without price How often we neglect to use them how often we speak ill of each and find fault when it pro ts us nothing and does untold injury to the one spoken of There is nothing in this old world of ours that is so cheap and yet of such priceless value as kind words Dear Friends x ry them for one day and when you check up accounts atrnight your own contentment and the approval of your own conscience will convince you that there is nothing in this old world that will pay such large dividends on a small investment as t- I sr kind words A R FEESE SPICY PARAGRAPHS If they decide to change the of the secretary of war they call him the National Trouble Wagon Baltimore Sun Despite all the notoriety he gained in England Newport has not yet nominated Mark Twain for president Philadelphia In quirerHarrimans new home is to be mile above sea level Hope ell enjoy it for theres another waiting him that is not so ele vated Madison Democrat Uncle Joe Cannon is said to be making a noise like a presi dential candidate but so far he asnt rescued a girl or pitched ny hayDetroit Free Press Queen Wilhelmina has coniertred the order of Orange of Nassau on Andrew Carnegie He received the Order of the Pitts burg Lemon long years ago Baltimore Sun- Archaeologists think they have found the bones of Pocahontas the first woman to interfere with mens club Myriads of imitators may honor the bonesBrook- yn Eagle Korea is just across the channel from Japan This resemblance to England and Ireland may in dicate to Japanese statesmen the sjxe of the job aheadSt Louis GlobeDemocratLndon says that 6er many will soon steal Brazil This one of those deep English jokes that you have to read over several times before getting a laugh Cleveland Leader y California says tfc4 LosaAngeles Express has ttirhSdi VSP iout the cam ion here we have been urJPosiriW California that you locked him t pTopeka Journal It seems that John D Rocke x feller has never really known i wheather his money was tainted j his attention being wholly cent j erect upon the fact that it- YLouUSviL W Courier Jour t nal i iJ br waiiyy JJl bLi5t fo 2i- k C J 6fro1J e17 t j4 r No ifi T4t i 1 il1 r 4 J 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEW cOLUMBIA KY y q TOBFjR9 1907 0 r Iy tfmtt1fIj J J 11 tf 1 Jd IrT 1 NWisKed Eve NWedntsda Y ftt IY TIE JCompanyT fa INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDIT OR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests of and the people of Adair and adjacentcounties 1 Entered at the Columbia PoatofSce as second last mail matter 1rI WED OCT 9 1907 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator JC W BECkHAMc For Governar SAMUEL W HAGER r V For Lieutenant Governor SOUTH TRIMBLE 1 For Secretary of State HUBERT VREELAND For Attorney General JOHN K HENDRICK For Auditor r HENRY M BOSWORTH For Treasurer r RUBY LAFFOON- rFor y i Commissioner of Agriculture J W 1EWMAN For SuPt ffplbiiIns tion M 0 WINFREY w AppealssJOHN B CHENAULT r diJu For Representative H1 LOGAN c WINFREY We take pleasure in placing the name of Hon L C Winfrey candidate to Represent Adair and Cumberland in the Democratic ticket which heads this column He is a gentleman of honor and ability fan enterprising citizen and will make a watchfuf legis rr- lator Every man who wants qualifications in a Representative should vote for Mr WinfreyIf See sketch on first page i The Campaign Handbook of the Republican party in Ken tucky the real platform of that partypn the present State cam paign the document from which the leaders of that party expect their orators to get inspiration for the work upon the stump among the voters has been is sued by itsJCampaign Committee Asidefrom its own Campaign Handbook and the literature which it is distributing the Dem ocratic State Committe- ecould find no better document to place in the hands of its speak ers with which to explode and clear up the RePublican charges of mismanagement of the public 1affairs oftKentucky during eight years past Like August E Willson the Republican Guber natorial nominee the author of this Republican publication has demonstrated that he is a clumsy dodger on the live issues of the campaign that he iSIitevenjarr expert a Juggling figures in an i effort to howa bad financial condition for the Commonwealth I and has contented himself with reviving matters brought up a year ago by a defeated candidate t i gubernatorial honor i wando DnO w B1 the peopI t of Kentucky j then hdan 4oAl rtunity tQ in- ve I jl ti te and found with out 1fGri f jj Of 2 7 rjr jundtio in fact ya Also wi fi r- erodcad ediitL iala froma FranxioTlr aper which ceased publication foir lak of support a varitable campaign sheet issued by disgruntled Democratic politicians making a factional fight within the party With such misrepresentation abused by men who like Mr Willson have been unsuccessful in every political ambition the authur of this camAaiHank book contents himself hoping thereby to draw to the Republi can side such Democrats as were iiqfcKned up on the side of those who were successful in the Dem ocratic State primary election of lastVear Not a word does this Republican publication contain regarding the flagrant violations of law by use and abuse of the military power during the dark days of Bradley and TaYlor from 1896 to 1900 not a word of criticism has itas had William Mar shall Bullitt in the convention whichnominated Mr Willson rt for the murderers of William Goebel or1 of Republicans in power at that time and who are now fugutiyesfrom justice de dining even to return under promise of immunity from arrest offered by the Commonwealth that the Goebel murder may be laid bare in all of its details by those who were responsible for its commission With an announced motto The Firm but Judicious Enforcement of v all Laws and a reproduction of the weak vacillating plank of the Republican platform upon tem perance and not a word upon the important subject of observ ance of the Sabbath Day Laws the book authorizes the Reptilili can speakers for whoseanforma tion it is intended to dodge about on these live questions and issues and to talk to suit the community in which the speaker happens to be at the time he has them under discussion It reproduces the letter of the Rev Dr EL Powell of Louisville charging Governor Beckham with beingin incefei his fight for temperance and of observance of the Sabbath a letter which has been discreted in its every line by the policy which the Governor pursued in the city of Louisville The author and publisher didnt ask the Rev Dr Powell for his latest views on this matter or he would have had a contrary view to publish The word Judicious inserted- in the Republican motto on the opening page of the publication is undoubtedly the loop hole through which the Campaign Committee ects the Republican Gubernatorial nominee to escape should he ever have the good fortune to be at the head of the government of Kentucky This rather remarkable publica tion contains from beginning to the close rumors and hints of what it plays up in Black face type as Graft But not in a single instance does it make the charge s fi c it always con tentingiiwith reference n editorial i tlUJitriend1 new per and jini only far d ik r kl enoughas its Editor thinks ftb rouse a suspicion tht aU is ifot right Iii t e affairs of gSern meat Representatives of the Republican party among them Postmasters and the former private Secretary of the fugu tiue William S Taylor had ac cess for months to every Department at Frankfort and right well did they work in a fruitless effort to fasten these insinua tions of Graft upon the offi cials in power After all that work their Campaign Handbook issues and it can do no better than to reprint and reproduce utterances of disgrultled persons who spent as much time as did they in seeking what could not be found corruption or wrong doing by the Democratic officials whom the people have trusted for eight years past The cry of a look at the books which won for them in 1895 falls flat this year The Franklin county grand I jury returned an indictment charging Caleb Powers now be ing held in the Goebel assass na t on case and others With con spiring togethe with intent to procure others to swear falsely i as witnesses in the Scott Circuit Court to theeffect that Henry Youtsey of Newport now in the Stateprison Under conviction of complicity in the Goebel case had admitted that he fired the shot which killed Gov Goebel in fJanuary 1900 The others in dited with Powers are Howard M Benton of Newport a lawyer Jennie Gentry alias Julia Sars of Lexington and Dave Cushing said to be of Kenton county TClarence Sturgeon a native ofj Marion county is to hang in Louisville November 15 In Louisville last June in a house of illfame he killed three men over a woman Some months after the killing of the men the woman in the case committed suicide Sturgeon is about 23 or 24 years old Women and wine were his downfall and in a very few weeks he will know the real ity of an unknown world There is no let up on the part of Democratic orators They are making an effort to have the voters of the State give Hager the largest majority for many years One Republican who heard exGov Bradly speak at Greensburg told us what he though of the speech Were it not for violating confidence we would give the readers of the News his opinion of it The Court of Appeals deciding last week held that it was not In the province of this state to regulate or control interstate commerce Hence as the law J F now stands there is no way to prevent liquor dealers outside of Kentucky from shipping their goods into local option districts Congrass will have to pass a law to protect local option territory L CurlittbIuw ain seeeion We b6aitliltwifil allow Wrmad4LJriCM biikpr the court rkr 1m- j J t ii t 1 J 1 r s t v 1 ilyers RIM JM1 I flour is the staff of Life 3 Therefore h ve it PUre I W IEBest 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 veryeBest anfr Purest that can be made I will alway pay the ugliest Cash Price for Wheat and Corn and vgIve more Flour in exchange for Wheat than you can get at any other mill I have a large stock of Flour and Meal on hand at all times So bring your grain to the ColumBiafMill and get the Best it pfc YOURS FOR BUSINESS r t OdW R1 Myers e Vfeitors To Louisville r VlArc cordially invited to call on tr rvi Louisvilles Foremost Carpet Ryfe Store I Hubbueh Bros Ity CENTRALLY LOCATED 524526528 W Market St LOUISVILLE Ky IUAWall Paper will command your attention Nowhere will you be treated better nor will your money get better turns An illustrated Cataiegue FREE for the asking I j V Il1a1 Rlt L tiONS I v J f IR full line it BUGGIES and JlflFJIslESS tv single and doubler DRILLS t SNDE S 13JEI TWI H i t J lJrkln8Sto f Field Seeds Farm Im pI mets Jt1EllPSv fr JaiX2st9WP Ientuckg ri SASH EXCLUSIVE Sash and Door HouseiJ j15 WHAT WE ARE t1 Sf rB sCONFINttI6 OUR ATTENTION TO 7 rJ twe are enabled to carry aLarger Stock and a b tf ter select on than any ottifer House in the SouthP f i V Slid finir0rilirs to IrJUICI SHJPrERSl Mtt i1 itttt t ttcojj F fl I k t tt 1 roS I DOORS1 v r LOUIS v I 5f rTHE ADAIR CQJJNTX NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 9J 1907 X 5 5 A iV JIu t f i 11 titI 4 iNte g L Wiis HAVE SIX GOOD STALLIONS there are none better and all are de scen ands of the most popular trot J ting and saddle horse families All are royal br d grand individuals and proving themselves great sires Have size 1 7and finis and are fashionable colors The fee of each horse is certainly very reasonable arid within the reach of all and you cim make no mistake to breed toanyonejof them All my stallions andCMope they will ko better this season and with the assistance of my friends they will Your patronage earnestly solicited For full particulars terms 4extended pedigrees and descriptions ad j d essIi IrFJohn B Wathcn Jr i Distance Telephone 33 LEBANON KY 1 i Highland View Stock Farm SEAS N Of 1907 j t Norvin W 36763 Full brother tio Norvardine 4 years xi old 218 trial 2 18 lSeven of Norvin S Ws coltshafs s for 3350 j and three others fi suckling and 2 year clings soldfor S460 Son of Norval i 2 14and onward 225J T S30 TO INSURE B 1 Allert 1 I of the dam pf Norvin W and NprOut vardine Son of Allertpn 209i and on 11 ward 225 jAJlertqh greatest sire of trottVrs in the or14 S25FTQ INSURE Gambian yiQut of the dam oi Aileen 207i a QettawnkksIbetty Wilkes the worlds leading 210 sire and 230 sire of 19 2 and 1903 S15 TO INJURE Chester Dare Jr t Son of Chester Dare Old Cromwell 73 c and Cabells Lexington handsomest and best bred saddle stallion in the world alb 15 TO INSUREwxv hat a CabelFs Lexington A large finer handsome addle horse with perfect disposition ann a firstclass breeder Had a colt that sold for 1000 ti and was shipped toEngloicL f SO TO INSURE Royal Boy i Son of Norvin W and AHdalfifii Mam li brino This colt will have style finish and speed I sold two colts out of his dam for 2500 10 TO INSURE- r A large Black Jack lp to Insure LAST NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Below will be found a list of appoint merits to meet the Tax payers of Adair County for the last time for the year 1907 and give to every one a fair tlchance to save this penalty and extra cost which will certainly be added and J cpllected on all taxes that are unpaid don Oct 31st 1907 Cane Valley October 15th Knifley 16th R0 1II 17th fPellyton rri 18th McGaha II 19th Glensfork u 21st fl Fair Play22nd A SparksvilIe 5 2 rd Elroy24th i fitGradMeltner t1 29th fMilltoVn 28th x W BiATTESON S J i V JUST RECEaIVED yJ yc ll7 MwStrong Hill Gradyville has just received her Itall stock ofimuin consisting of alltne latest desigiw in1 hats New goocOotantly added ttQ M 1ire kry dies are invited itr I to = r tt If t1Jif u ftF 1 ti47ttl t iti ittft i t J Mffl o w J JpfflMr ago Mr W D King has return from Louisville Dr 0 M Keisey Elkhorn was here last Fri i 4Mrwas here Sunday Mr R T Baker Amandaville was here county court Mr Frank Sinclair was in the Louis ivilleMr Turner Murray has been on the sick list for several days Mr T L Upton Monticello was in Columbia last Thursday i Messrs TWl Taylor ana A T Marshall were here Saturday f t it Mrs Ann Eubank who was quitesick last week is reported better Hon C C Spalding Lebanon was here several days of last week Mrs J O Russell who was quite sick last week has about recovered Mr J A Willis who has been sick for about four weeks is improving Mr Rollin Hurt and Mr Tim Cravens left for Edmonton yesterday morning MessrsJFinis Bakeixan l Olanda Win frey Amandaville were here monday Messrs Join C Holl and Tom Holladay took in the Horse Show last weekMessrs L C and John F Cjbelf were hereMondaYand heard Mr Harclih speakhMr J F Patterson who was iseri ffmebetterMr Harry Chilson has returned from Louisville very much improved in health Mrs E E Spiller of Voca Texas is visiting her parents Mr and Mr A G Todd Mr W M ilmore and wife Grady ville were shopping yin Columbia last Wednesday f bo Capt C F Powell and wife of Junction City are visting relatives in this countyiMisses Maud Thomas Corbin and Montrey Thomas Milltown were iirCo lumbia Saturday Mrs Sallie Patterson arrived tfti the hack Monday morning enroute for her home in J waMessrs H N Millerand Bruce Montgomery took in the horseshow at Louisville last week Mrs Z T Williams has been seriously ill for several days but she is slightly improved this morning Dr Herren of Liberty was here to see his son who is in the Lindsay son the first of the week Mr Peter Conover left Monday for Louisville where he will enter the Dental College of that city Dr U L Tayler and wifeand Mrs Victoria Hughes ft for the Jamestown Exposition this morning Mr R L Murreil who has been sick it the home of Mr Wl A Garnett for several weeks is getting along ncelyl Miss Madge Rosenfield who has been on an extended visit to Louisville and Henderson Ky returned home last week t 4 Rev A RrbaseYwent to Burkesyille Tuesday where he meet Mrs Kasey iwhohas been visiting in tha iw cS eforweek- Miss r Minnie tt who is in Pe toskylffich continues to improve the letters indicating that she be alle to start home in a few weeks Miss Lorena Pile who visited the Jamestown Exposition New York Washington D C and other points of interest returned home last Sunday Miss Sarah Hardin wbo visited hejca aooutAf o r weeks deft for Harrodshfurgl raer vistingreilativiBtf in that city she will return to her home inJ Ujlville MrsE Grant who hu been in Lbuisyille fortmonth returned- ApmeSundayHer husband Dr Grant met at They hs9 4 taken rooms at the Columbia JH6UL i ll iwing Stults of this place who ter Cbllege DaDr two beeD i7it tt r amt1f ii i J fdi jji f i 1 yt WillIJ11Mr iJ M Camp beUj and imil JilllItfaye for Elida New Mexico next day their uturehome11 fir Cam has accepted It position in a railroad of fice He is a fine citizen and we com mend him and his little family to the residents of Elida s LOCAL tS Farmers are busy cutting corn and tobacco Born to the wife of Rollin Johnson Oct 5tha son Fine rain last Thursday night and Friday forenoon Come to town October 15 Hon W J Stone will speak Twenty seven days until tHe election Democrats get busy Born to the wife of Henry C Hudson Sept 16 a son weight 10 pounds Circuit Court is in session at Edmon ton Judge H C Baker on the bench Ben LeerJEEardin and County court bought a good crowd to town last Mon day Burke Comedy Company at thecourt house tonight Tuesday and also this evening Make it convenient to be in Columbia October the 15 and hear Hon W J Stone speak Katie Ei Qoomer a white g 1was andadjudgedsent to the as himrWhile in Louisville Mr W D King purchased a drummers wagon and a team of horses The cost of the outfit 650 I Miss Penland will assist Miss Shan nonin an entertainment be given at the Liridsey Wilson nexi Saturday even irigi Airfare invited nz All lovers of good entertainment should see the Burke Comedy Company At the courthouse Admission 15c forn children adults 25c Hughes S Coffeysold their farm known as the Hop Cheatham farm last week to Mr Silas Cain who will reV move to it Consideration private 5theUwyers of this bar held an exra we of court closing his term Jast Saturday The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap tist Church will meet in the Pastors study Wednesday afternoon at 130 All are cordially invited and each one is requested to bring a chair The Adair County Court refusejito make an appropriation to r have crushed rock put the public square The square Tongs to the county and it is in Vert bad condition Circuit Court will open at Jamestown- the third Monday in this month The News will have representatives in Jamestown the first two days of coUrt Parties who may want to see them on business will find them upon the square Rev Solomon Turpen of this place will be at they Russell Spring next Sat urday afternoon On Sunday morning he will commence a series Qf meetings at the Baptist church which will likely continue two weeks 4 The Columbia registration shows 104 Democrats 73 Republicans and2 prohibitionists There were a number of voters absent and several were sick who will register in the future In counting the absent ones the Democrats will gain a few votes A Young men and ladies with ambition should learn Telegraphy Under the new 8hour law whicn goes into effect next March over 18000 addi tion al Telegraphers are requited by the Railroads in the United States Poeitioris pay from 60 totpet month to beginners You can qualifyiii3or 4 months time For full detailswrta to the iational- IntitutTelegraph CWC inri gijfO iJ iCARD fTftAll fi1 I To our ewlyo jrere so kind to uS durlngQUr f thn Mst illness IJ ln 14 voltVout tr onlqT I rt tL1U 1- rMt pra1t fr 1t 7 u Ad At s JlF Iy a i 1tWai 1i S l A f t t Ti I 9j1 L t tsIfpwJ alef kj- il Have 4 Choice Lots Left 9 t 2 Common Ones i 1 jr See me at once iflOU wantf J1a1 A Baroa1 nA v rpIfY J r 1 fi1yMustgO before November i f r r C R PAYNE Columbia Ky r e Completely Renovated Throughout Absolute Satisfaction Guaranteed Enterprise DoJe l CHAS F GALAS BRO tif PROPRIETORS RATES l80fr Day I 234242 Earket St LOUISVILLE KY Mr John B Coffey was elected com mon school trustee in East Columbia and Mr Get F Stults in West Co lumbia PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W B C Sandidge Ebenezer W S Dudgeoft Mt Gilead J F Roachr Fry F J Barger Glenville Z T Williams Columbia t J C Cook Columbia J M Pierce Freedom T J Wade Mt Carmel J A Johnstpn Grady ville J Wade Russell Springs F Stock Sales 11I Geo Clark sold a mule colt to Porter Squires for 75 also Chas Buckner and ames Morrison each sold mule colts to sam party for 65 and 7250 =Melt Cor o o o Vester Dills bought a horse mule 8 nlCorArthur Royse sold a work mule to J J England for 75 He then bought a young horse from R S Royse for 90 DirigoCor x 000- Jj u Mr A A Cowherd sold nine head of tosteersbe delivered between the 15 and 20 at A cents Goburg Corf 0 0 0 Ici tBurton Yates sold a horse colt to Albert Johnson for 7250 r bo oV Geo H Nell bought a few days ago 25 cattle from Cfis Stephen for 3i cents also 14 from VIM Wilniore at the same price Owen Hardesty bought from LC Hindman 10 heifers at 3 cents per pound W M Wilmore 6 heifers at the same price Charles Herriford bought two cows from Chas Hindman for 3 cents and two from W M Wilmore at the same 3from L C Hindman at the lmeJ F Pendle ton bought of J1NI Wilson 5 head of Smithcatt1ebought from L C Hindman a nice bench of bOgs at 565 par hundredt Gfadyvillflcor f 0 o o f s C Nit bought of W LrWilker a rriea horse for 125 hH f6 00 o M bought nice ba jYflJl B 0 HurtforiSt trot l d h t oJ9h ft Mr u L p Hart O x ntJI snare aipk J l y tL n I t v v1 1ri4r to Mr Hammons of Jamestown for 75 I Montpelier Cor 006 tMr R E Afurrell bought of Jas iButler one mule for 70Mt Pleasant CorY000 Henry Altsheler bought from different parties in this place Monday 27 mulesV and onehorse He paid from X60 to 175 per head oBiTUARY The grim messenger whos name is death and who never rd turns alone enteredVth- home of Mrs Fannie Montgomery Sept 24 1907 and claim for his victim her youngest son Robert Elbert aged 31 years Elbert was a young man of many noble traits ofCharacter his devotion to his blind mother was very touching Hefasa school teach er by profession having taught in both Adair and Casey county He leaves a mother three brothers two sisters and a host of relatives and friends to mourn their loss his father and one sisterhaving preceded him to the grave All that kind and loving hands could do was done but God in his all wise providence i saw fit to remove him from the walks of life to the unknown beyond To the grief stricken mother I can only say lean on him whose grace is sufficient in all times of need and who never forsakes those who put their trust in him Elbert was ever ready to help those who needed help and never turned a deaf ear to any worthy cause His remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground it and his spirit has gone to the God who gave it May the mother brothers and sisters sovlive that theii jllbe t kreumted family around jGodfsv r throne without a miMing oBiey is- theiae rzaha d piayer of l If L rFriend tvSi tatoriflete copy PC3t v f Vj 4i A v fi r liLJ JITHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 9 1907 J c KNIFLEY The typhoid fever is about sub t iidedm this section here las been l ten cases in f this vicinity with only one death Mr Thos Russell Wheat is being sown in this section Tobacco cutting is about ove with a good grade but a croptMrs H B Ingram and daugh ter are visiting friends and rel atives in Illinois and Indiana J W Arnold and Willie Feese bought a yoke of 3 year old work cattle from mdsy Fare for 106 Cooley Bros will move their saw mill to the Hazzard timber on John Arnolds farm some time in OctoberDudley Absher and wife vis ited their daughter Mrs Vergil Knifley one day last week Rev Scott closed a series of Baptist meetings and organized a church at this place last week Miss Myrtle Hendrickson bf Lindsay Wilson made a visit to her parents at Casey creek last SundayMr oward Leach and family Russ JI county were visting Mr W A Hancock a few days last weekMarion Tucker returned last week from Illinois where he has made his home for about two years The schools all closed last Wed nesday the teachers will attend Confrence J The farmers are requested by D J Bowen to sow wheat as he has a separator and will clean r their wheat for them Hard Times In Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in the pros perous Kansas of today although a citizen of tCodell Earl Shamburg has not yet forgotten hard time he encountered He says IIwas worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than one bottle to completely cure me The safest and most reliable cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaranteed by T E Paull drug store 50c and 100 trial bottle free 4e GLENSFORK Messrs Christman Powell and John and Logan Bennett who have been employed at the Jeff ersonville car shops for some time returned home a few days ago The Glensfork Mt Zion and Simpson schools have held sev eral public spellings conjointly All of which have proven to be mutually beneficial and were highly enjoyed by spectators The work on Robert Wilborns house is going forward rapidly and the indications are that he will soon occupy his new rest j dence S V Wilkinson has recently added a new portico to his resi dence which adds materially to the appearance and convenience of his property Messrs Clarence Taylor Edd Lee Grider of this place and El ford Hadley of Inroadattended the State Fair The Sheriff did not come our way much during court We have all been good of late God help us to thus ever be Oatis Lewis and Mattie Arm strong eloped to Tennessee on TheJgroom is an upright and influx J triou young farmer of Inroad 1 vicinity The bride in a daugh- ti v- c fii i ak If er of M A Armstrong a pros per us farmer of Amandaville is an estimable young lady and has a host friends in the vicinity in which she resides Messrs Blair Garnett are collecting material and will com mence the erection of their new store house in a short time Americantthe illness of mankind comes from eat i ig improper food or too much food people are inclined to over indulge them selves This is where indigestion finds its beginning in nearly every case The stomach tan do just so much work and no more and when you overload it of when you eat the wrong kind of food the digestive organs cannot possibly do the work demanded of them it is at such times that the stomach needs help and warns you by headaches belching sour stomach nausea and indigestion You should attend to this at once by taking something that will actually do the work for the stomach Kodol will do this It is a conbination of natural digestants and vegetable acids and contains the same juices found in ahealthy stomach It is pleasent to take It digest what you eat Sold by Page Dohoney RUSSELL SPRINGS Dr Ben L Bruner the Republican candidate for Secretary of State made a speech to a large crowd at the School building last Thursday evening Miss Ida Isbell is visiting at Creelsboro this week Mrs Tinie Wells is making considerable additions to Herresi denceWork on the brick buildings is progressing nicely Dink Wilkerson was with us one day last week J C Acree bought one house and lotjof Rev B F voilsWe understand that Rev Vails will erect a residence on the lot purchased of P J Lovelace- R C Hatfield of Jabez was here one day last week The family of Chas Winfrey has moved into the house recent ly vacated by F L Wilson Mr Winfrey is in Tennessee looking after his timber interests School is progressing fine with a very large attendance This we think promises to be the best year of the Academy Leo Swanson has about com pleted his new barber shop near Snow Popplewells Store He is now prepared to serve his many patrons in an uptodate mannerProf J C Popplewell is plan ning some improvements on his residence Mrs N I Irvin and Mrs Ida Payne the two milliners of Rus sell Springs have returned from the city where they have been purchasing for the fall and win ter trade Uncle Ben Wilson has moved into the W F Smith property that he purchased some few days ago Charlie Robinson bought the house and lot near his store and has moved his family here The British House of Commons has started out to limit the pow er of the house of Lords Success to the Commons The party of the people is growing everywhere and the PAY of ar istocracy is the dying party the world around Sometimes it seems that a professorship in a university js license to sa foolish things Toledo Blade iiL L Yb j k lf i 6 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 7 D I RECTORV C POST OFFICE J N COFFEY POSTMASTER Om ehouraweek daya730amtABps COURT CIRCUIT COURT Three aeadoai a yearThird Monday In January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit JudgeIL O Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A Huddketov Sherl1fW B Patteson Circuit CIerkJ F Neat COUNTY COURT First Monday fa etch month JudgeJunius Hancock County Attorney G P Smythe CIerkT Rl Smite e JailerA W TarterrG W Pikep Surveyor W M McCubbint School Supt Mra G R Shelton CoronerC W Rowe CITT COURT W W Bra lshaw JudgeaAttorney Gordon Montgomery i Marshal F T Smith CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN BURKESVILLE STRMT Rev J F Claycomb Pastor Services 2nd and 4th Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 930 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night METHODIST BURKHBVILUS STREBTRev A R Kasey pastor Services 1st 2nd sad 3rd Sundays In each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 L m Prayer meeting Thursday nightBAPTIST GRKENSBURO STRERT Rev J C Cook pastor Services 2nd 3rd and 4th Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 am Prayer meeting Wednesdoy night CHRISTIAN pasItoreach month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 a Prayermeeting Wednesday night I LODGE I MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and MRegtilar meeting In their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon In each month T 16 Stults W M A D Patteson Secretary COLUMBIA CHAPTER R A M No 7 meets Friday Bight after full moon E G Atkins HP Horace Jeffries Secretary I COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month E G ATKHKB T I M T R STULTS RECORDER SourSStomachNo nervous new headache oonstipctioo bd breathI general dabiMty sow rtetngv and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indifMtlon ftuuw ntmujvm Indigoztlou TSa new dlacov tiy represents JuIoee of dlge OOB M they exist In s boalthy stomach oombioed with the gro Mt known tonlo and reooBttruotlvo projMrtSet Kodol for dysoKMif doM not oily rtBtve indJa tio Kind dyic remdyIiMlpt aN Itomach trotIbJea by OlKaMtH MutfylBft sweetening and tw etbwanf tiM mucous membranes Mac tM stomach Mr s Del olJltlAl w Yr Mw- t aa trw1aW Wtda aGKsloMail for tvao4yeaa- Kodot as Md we u ieecIti-StLyf N 1 FOR BAONAWII WEJMC KfOMKYC IsWIT Kl1 fi Elf ei TRY ADHaPMuIIM- Pt ssi Mir by V o p WflrT OOOhI air Dr JH Paie Ajcnt 11 CILI w l + i fi fI 11lit5 rl MfYiZ1L J i i p i f 911 J1i Xi7C3 tr f j l4i1 i tHARDWICK Pres J H COCKE V Pres R H jlIETZMAN S- eW T Pyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 MILkLkWRIGJ4TS I mACjIj41STS DEALERS IN II1301THIETeeNTHMftIN SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work W r r SOLlcITE1rII All Kinds of Machinery RepairedS Ir Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky 04 T Have just received several carloads of Disc Harrows Dagger Tooth Harrows Mowing anil Reaping Machines Riding and Walking Cultivators Tpngue and Tongueless Cultivators Land Rulers and CloC rushers Lime and Salt f Quality THE BEST The Prices the Lowest You will save money to call and see me If you tcannot come write Woodson Lewis Greeosbiirg DILLER BENNETT tf 1 MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLES ALE DEALERS IN j r FURNITURE CHAIRS AND MATTRESSES c I 527 WEST MAIN STREET FIFTH AND SIXTH o Louisville tt 111 1 Dr James Mcnzies 4 Ji OSTEOPATHY t II CtKSULTATlfNANI PREP JOBBINQWORK N lJTIDXcill 11 i 4Columbia KentuckyL r r r 1 r 1 i i J 4 vt c 1 t tr 0f fk I I oria t J 1 r fQ j rt rb p J Iit s4it A1A iitF r y r r itj ttIj7 Ij THE ADAIR COUNTY NEW COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 9 1907 r iiI ol t F1 NOICEJ I 3iRDIN STOVE COMPANY J mOORFORATE- D0CtoO Capital Stock I OFH12 EBR STAVES NEAR COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 111I Will buy ymr timber at a good fair price and can ipe timber that will not make other taji Will also sell you the best JELIGG at 22 cents per bushel de li red a Columbia Call on or address Ij1 L F BHRDIN QREHAISB I74ag KBISLTUOKV I Ii = f iKiiribie Hotel i kJJl W KIMBLE Proprietor t i GOP OOMS GOOD BEDS rlQO per Day Sample Rooms FreeE- ED AND LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION Russell Springs Kentucky tIvl I Prank Corcoran i4J Q bGHRADE MARBLE AND GRANITE i 1i JJ4 BUY f i Main Street Lebanon Ky t o f COLUMBIA PLANING MILL COMPANY ALL KINDS OF r Building Material Rough r and Dressed Lumber fURNITURE Made to Order and on Hands at all Times A full Line of Windows and Doors COLUMBIA KENTUCKY It 1 2 To New Quartersopening of our New at 4 3 W6gWcetPUjffO Street jj areund the corner from fourth avenue g iiJustSSor years we have been in bn new at 712 West Market Street andv we trust the reputation established there will justify a continuance of public V I- I1 at our new quarters Onr Stock WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY JVETO is strictly new and np to date oar prices allow as can be had anywhere 1 I L HUBER SON tJJnAlIIItB r IIOPTIcmfS CXiXXiXJ A WilY BREAK YOUR BACK When you can Get a 1900 Ball Bearing WASIIMACUINE tN a CfciW 14 years fid Cia Wasji a Tnb tf Clothes ii iil u teraMteed to ite the Work er Money Refanle- dirfcey t prkes WSW WAY CAStU fEENGOfESI p Address DepartgieutAcare of DEJILER BROS t LITELEffflo0 LOUU KYj t MELL A fine crop of tobacco is cut and housed in this community and excellent weather prevails for curing same Exie had a local flood last Sat urday night Greasy creek wasi higher than it was on the 7th of last June It washed away part the Roller Mill at Liletown also other damages were report ed Tobe Grose of color sold 2 acres of tobacco to D B Dowell for 225- Robert Dohoney purchased 0 B Finns farm and place of busi ness consideration 1500 Con taming 72 acres of rich tobacco land This farm joins Roberts original 100 acre home tract 0 B Finn has bought a farm near Campbellsville for 4200 containing 125 acres of good level land with crop and various kinds of machinery included also 3 mules and several head of cattleRobert Dohoney and wife re turned from the State Fair last Sunday They attended South ern Indiana day and the gor geous reception given Vice Presi dent Fairbanks at the Fair grounds Messrs Lawrence Bagby and Leonard Wilcox Exie returned from the Exposition at James town Sunday Out Of Sight Out of sight out of mindis an old saying which applies with special force to a sore burn or wound thats been treated with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its out of sight and out of mind and out of existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its heal ing influence Guaranteed by T E Paull Druggist 25c- LILETOWN I n We had a regular washout here last Saturday night It left the roads impassible in some places Greasy creek was higher than it was ever known before it was higher than it was the 7th of Junejust liked 2 inches getting in Hubbards Mitchells store It damaged corn a great deal Several from this place attend ed the Fair at Louisville Mrs Sara Penic died on the 12th with stomach trouble She leaves 2 grandsons and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss s Several from this place attend ed the Conference at Colum last week t Mr Philmore Kinnard and family of Red Lick visited relatives at this place from last Fri day till SundayIVester Dills and wife returned from Indianapolis on the 16th where they have been visiting relatives S V Mills and family visited at Knob Lick last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Delia Pruttwho has been confinedltoher room for several months with dropsy is VA no better Miss Edna Bell who has been staying with JV A Hu ham yotliSf Columbia to live With her grgta Mrk and 1lfs John BellIJ A Hubbard was in Greens burg one day last week on busi ness E His Dear Old Mother liMy dear old mother who is now eighty three years old thrives on Electric bitters writes W B Branson of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excel lent appetite feels strong and sleeps well Thats the way Electric Bitters affect the aged and the same happy re suits follow in all cases of female weakness and general debility Weak puny children too are greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by T E Paull Druggist 50c PURDY Corn cutting and molasses making is the order of the day in this vicinityI Mr W B Gills and wife visit ed in Green county last week The singing school at Frazer district is progressing nicely Mr J A McGaha was in Co lumbia last week Mr J A Denton returned from Louisville last Sunday Mr J D Eubank is having his hay bailed Mr Leach and wife visited Mr Tom Hancock and family last week II Mr John Vance of Green county bought a farm of Mr George Burton last week Mr Granville Gills and sister Mrs Arthur Underwood visited Mr and Mrs W B Gills last week Miss Mamie Smith who is teaching school of Frazer district visited her mother at Columbia from Friday until Monday H Criminal Attack- on an inofensive citizen is frequetly made in that apparently useless little tube call appendix Its generally the result of protracted constipations following liver torpor Dr Kings New LifePills regulste the liver prevent appendicitis and establish regular habit of the bowels 25c at T E Paull drug store DIRIGO Miss Lizzie Strange Glensfork visited relative here a few days last week J R Cummins has landed in home with his wheat thresher Our farmers say their wheat has kept good and the yield is just as good as if the wheat had been threshed earlier in the season Miss Annie Lee Strange visited theaR E Strange who has a po sition at Greensburg was at home a day or so last week Henry Moss Greensburg waS here last Thursday J W McClister and J M Campbell did business at Colum bia last Wednesday Miss Bettie Stran eisr on the sick list this week v JG Campbell is at Scot ville this week The Tennessee Supreme Court has declared the Pendleton law contsitutional After November 1 there will be no saloons in Ten ofhMemphis NwhriUe Chattanoo ga and I Follette C N 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 IIICrenshawI I 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 11POINTMENT Coffins AND Caskets I HI keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which willbe sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop J E Snow Russell Springs Dr Jas Triplett Dr J E Grant TRIPLETT GRANT DENTISTS H Porcelain Fillings H Somnoform Gas Residence Phone 29 Office Phone 40 Ring JS Office in Jeffries Building I Columbia Kentucky i the New Bobbitt Hotel NEAR DEP- OTLEBANON 4 KYryi Neat Rooms Good Beds Good TablelFare and u v Good Accommodations M found anywhere FirsJ t class la everythihar and most reasonable in price Thejpatronase of Adair County solicited l J D BOBBin SON Prop i t DrO S DunbaFie DENTIST OFFICIO FRONT ROOMS IN rV 4 JEFFRIES BUILDING i PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky k t WItMORfi HOTEL 1 mvntelM Tabla yL Good 3iaple Booms r jFeel Stable iBeIoaable Bats W M WILMORe ftlO r f jra4rvll1e Kentuckyr t i S4 I F 4 t 1prSC THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 9 1907 j r dFWlft oiiif lOMESPONDENTS r t Weeks HappeningsNews Important or Otherwise as Report= f 1 ed By Our Corps of Correspondents i COBUkG Afar seemgfthe sights at the bigSfcate Fair and giving the News time to dispose of Circuit Court and the Methodist Confer ence your correspondent con eluded that perhaps there might be space for a few articles of news from this place We will however be brief knowing that the present political campaign demands a great deal of your at tention Owen Stubbs has again em barked in the goods business at Coburg and taken back under his care the post office and Hop Davis our post master This now makes three stores for Co burg One could do well here but competition isL the life of trade The school mistress of Canjjy t Fork and many others took in the Bradley speaking at Greens burg Monday but your scribe forgot all about it Robert Elmore Dr Bookers Will Penick and many more of the Camp Knox country attended theState Fair last week Mr James White of Camp Knox has accepted a position as toll gate keeper at Cane Valley and moved with his family to that place Jim Hare who has been con fines for several weeks withy phoid fever is slowly improving The big traction engine pur- tChaseUjdgrom the Case Machine Co byithe lumber company op erating here arrive the first of the weef and is bean opperated J y an expert machinist and has been making daily trips with Marge loads of logBjtoGampbe11s ea r Mrs L A Cowherd acompa vied by her son Dessa daughter Mrs T S Scott and grandson Master Eddie Scottleft for Bowling Green Thursday to visit her daughter Mrs Lander Scott Mr Frank Johnston wife and children of Kansas who form erly lived here have been visiting relatives at this place the past two weeks- J C Rice and Clay Bennett of Cane Valley with their big steam boiler have just wound up bailing 100000 poimds of hay on aney Fork for Branch Sublett iJ T Sublett and T S Scott Prof Jsfei Sanders of Camp bellsville Was on Caney Fork last weekrin the interest of a normal school at Cane Valley the conning winter He with others rheld an educational meeting at the Christian church at that place Wednesday night It is claimed for Prof Sanders that his work as an educator ranks with the best in the State and it is to be hoped that the people of that place wlll be awakeifed to their in t Iterest and not miss the opportuni tyrof securing his services and build upva school that will prove J the life of the place 7i7 rt t Ij r GRADYVILLE iWe had a fine rain last Friday Our farmers are all through cutting tobacco J A Diddle was transacting business in Columbia last Friday William England of Edmonton passed though here last Wednesday en route for Columbia Mrs Diddle Bragg and her daughter Miss Sallie is spend ing this week at Edmonton- W L Gradys Dodd horse has been sick for the past week Rev G P Dillon of Glasgow filled the pulp at the M E church last Tuesday night with a very interesting discourse Mr W C Hill our efficient barber is spendinithi week at Edmonton Mr Geo H Nell attended circuit court at Edmonton last MondayDr the optician of Canmar spent a few days in our city last week The Dr always does a good business when he makes our place J A Diddle received a nice lot of wheat from Green county last week Mr William Gowen the proprietor of the Gowen Hotel at Edmonton was in our midst one day last weekrOur farmers are preparing for Iprge crop of wheat for another seasonrThe rock wall that has been under the care ofMr S H Har per is now completed and cer tainly is a nice good job and we trust will be a great benefit to our town i Prof P C McCaffree was shaking hands with hisjnany friends in our town one day last week iv i Mrs Ella YJRobertson was on the sick list a few days of last week ljtn Please take noticewho ever has C S Bells teeth will please return them He needs them three times a day Dr Menzies wife and son of Columbia passed through here last Thursday en route for Red Lick ThY will also attend the C Presbytery before they re turn ReV UP Dillon arid wife of Glasgow were the guests of Mr and Mrs J A Diddle one night last week on their return from Conference at Columbia i Miss Mollie Flowers who has been visiting her brother and family at Columbia for the past Week returned home Saturday Mr Eugene Nell the efficient salesman of Nell Nell spent rSa day night and Sunday tI dm ntonrV Wl iIeinconversatinwith Mr f ffrfi W L Grady a few days ago lie informed yoiir reporter that ie J a t p r was just itt t iptof a letter from his bro tfw J A Grady who left this place about one year ago for the Lone Star State in which he stated that he had picked and delivered thirteen bales of cotton at 6500 per bale and was through Also had sixty acres of fine corn and whattime he was not engaged in his crop he and his son had all the carpenters work they could do at 2 and 250 each per day and besides all of this his family has enjoyed good health during the year and was delighted with the country Luther says his brother made more money this year than he made all of his life time put together Mr Grady has rented for another year Al so informed his brother that all of the Kentucky people had done well this year Mi Thos Dowell one of our best farmers as well as citizens sold his farm a few days ago to J A Diddle for 6000 Mr Dowell has bought one of the best farms in Green county to Wit the Jordan groves farm fort 8000r We certainly Regret to give Mr Dowell and family up for we know they are good citi zens and can heartily commend them to any community j Judge iJ G Winfrey of Evans ville Ind formerly a citizen of this plage is advocating a whipping post law for wife beaters in his State If ever aman needed to be publicly whipped it is the one who abuses arid whips the companion of his Bosdin the woman that he obligated himself to love and protect f J Judge Jas S Morris ofeiOlci hamcounhas been appointed special Judges to try Caleb Pow in the Scqtt circuit court As soon as the appointment was announced Powers telegraphed Judgd Morris asking for d trial at his earliest convenience ir r t n f FOR A GOOD MEAL VISIT TILE Manhattan Restaurant and JunchCounter OTTO E YENT Prop 502 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Opposite Court Hesse Louisville Kentucky REGULAR MEALS 20c BEST COFFEE You never have any trouble to get hildren to take Kenneys Laxative Cough syrup They take it because it tastes nearly like maple sugar Ken nedys Laxative Cough Syrup is a safe sure and prompt remedy for coughs and colds and is good for every member of the family Sold by Page l5ohoney FOR SALE A good farm of 255 acres situated i mile from pellytonAdkirc- ountY Ky on Green River Two good dwelling houses and outbuildings good water and plenty of wood Situated on county rod Within J mile of post office stores mill school and church In a good neighborhood splendid grass grain and stock farm Might be divided and would make two good sized farms Could nearly allbe put ingrauorgrain Terms easy splendidibargain farm and Ranting further piartictlars callon or rH S L COFFIYr r Catty Creek Ky rbr JOHN Coir Vf Pellyton KyI v072L 1 r Jt r Z Z i i J f TC EMRl E whiiSi RlLLPt I J = I and SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLS b In either Disc or Hoe They are Machines that give iniveifeal Satisfaction Fertilizersp IL We handle the Globe and Fish brands at Lowest rt l We areready at all times to supply the public with mh run f ning Buggies and Wagons W t x ft JEFFRIES SONS Columbia Ky y t + J Eo SNOW J C po PLEWELL i 1Snow Popplewell 1II u V Dealers in General Merchandise + DryGoods Groceries Hardware 1 I Buggies Wagons Harness Ferti 1 lizer and Uundertaker Goods iv I tt 1 X s t Russell Springs Kentucky J TH- EJackofailTrades W F JBPFBIES do SON Agts HEPumps Water Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills lRuns Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses i and other machine rY viwS He Is Running the Press 0or This t oaper- It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or address + fr Fairbanks Morse CO 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY rr Q T I AM CLOSING OUT MY STOCK OF f 1 ODD PANTS AT CUT PRICES i- w Ii 200 PANT FOR 150 J150 PANT FOR 100 A T g Tr 125 PANT FOR 75C C- tT i 4 PANT FOR 3 CQM AND GET MY PRICES ON ODD PANTS- r SHIRTS gj r 4tgtANY THING IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE m Ii e t UMBLE aTm KENTUCKY C EEE f EEEiJEE E E E O 31 3 J1Ix u t t pa COCKS FOR SALE 1 I will either or all the stock below mentionedil r tt A two year old ptallion KING PEACOCK 15= hinds nigh two white feeifc and a model iri style He was sired bYfJoMan Peacock first dam y Artist second dam ty Lexington Tb Kprse will please anyone who wants something fine and whoeeTalue is increasing with age JA two year old Teacock mare dam a Lexington mare She is 15 hands high I will also sell a fine suckling horse colt as good as the bent If interested in fine stock rapidly growing into value this is jbiiir chance t r J1FOSTFGreensbur Ky it II