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Fit- J JJ t f r 4 j e l t aif4oufltt y yy VOLUME 10 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16 1907 NUMBER 49 I i XiELltW K AZBILL Perhaps itis not generally known t4toneof the strongest the most learned theologians in the State of Kentucky resides here in Columbia We refer to the gentleman whose name heads this article He has not taken regular work since his return from the missionary field but he occasionally filly a pulpit for a brother min ister Last Sunday forenoon and even ingxhe preached at the Presbyterian church His subject in the forenoon was the Kingdom of Heaven and his evening discourse was on Civil Government Both sermonswere full of information clearly and forcibly told Mr Azbill is a constant reader and a deep thinker a teacher who never fails to enlighten his hearers In his evening discourse he touched upon national and State politics clearly giv inghisreason for the faith that is in him The point he made in his first discourse was if we understood cor- rectlyr that all power came from God that thegood that came from Kings and from other men in high authority was brought about by influence of the Holy Spirit and men who set forth unholy measures were not men of God but were working for their own selfish 4 ends 4k In his second discourse he tookup themain question ttfat is dividing the two dominant parties the tariff and plainly showed that the tariff was a tax levied upon the poor people to keep up trusts and combines Mr Azbill is neither a Democrat no a Republican He sees some good in both parties and his advice to bjs hearers was to voter forvhe men who advocated good and wholesome laws and to scratch those who favored measures that would be detrimental to this country There are some peeple in every community who delight in doing what they comsider spite work If they only knew that the persons whom thYthink they are spiting are really glan to see them thus act they would perhaps adopt some other means to let their hatred be known As a general thing persons who attend to their own affairs in a legitimate way care nothing for the likes nor the dislikes of any individual All good citizen have long sence adopted David Crocketts motto Be sure you are right then go ahead The marrage of Miss Effie Do honey HenryaPurdy of Bradfordsville was solemnized at tho home of the brides mother Mrs Nona Dohoney promptly at 9 oclock last Wednesday morning The wedding march was played by Mrs W R Lyon of Canpbsllsvilleand the ceremony beautifully said by Rev J C Cook Mr and Mrs Purdy left immediately forBardfor sville agcbnpanied by Mr J C Yates and wife and MrW R Jjyon and wife and perhaps others James Ship who killed Jo Smith in Campbellsville December 1905 was r given his second trial at Lebanon last week He was convicted and the jury gave him two years in the penitentiary It was af compromise verdict three of the jury being in favor of an acquittal firstoAt Camphellsyille before an Adair coUnty furyiand the verdict was for life imprisonment The singing at Egypt last Sunday wook conducted by Prof Wolford nd singersV omeLexcellent songswere sung At noon a inumptuqu dinner was spread Tool muchh priliM cannotlglven the goo- dmop 9ftat oetnrn vIA iinot a play hoes r i tfa house Inuwst J 1j VF f o r atlbattleA greatmanYIcattl are being bought and shipped to market a Born to the wife of Charley Moore October 10 1907 a son Marketable hogs are said to be scarce though a feW are being shipped The tobacco crop ofthis county is re- Ported much better in quality than usual Mr L C Winfrey will make a creditable representative and heshould be elected Circuit court at Jamestown next Monday Adair County News Representatives will be in attendance Rev J C Cook preached two enter taining sermons at the Baptist church last Sunday Good congregations were out EldYjK Azbill spoke at Burkes ville last Monday his theme being civic righteousness A large audience heard him r Mr L C Winfrey ihdidatej to represent Adair and Cumberland was enthuiastically received at Burkesviife last Monday We necessarily had to cut some pf our letters this week We do not like to do this and the only reason is for lack of space George Gi ssom who killed his brother was given ten years Jn the penitentiary in the Meftsalfe e circuit court last week Prof Tobias Huffaker has received an offer of 85jX per month to teach in Natchitoches La but being engaged had to decline the offer I have 20 good mules for salein pairs single or will sell the bunch They are coming 3s WT DoxorrEx 492t Columbia Ky Frank Jackman is having anew sev en room cpttags erected ton his farm near Cane Valley and when completed will be a very desirable country home Mr Champ Butler has left at this office three stalks of corn grown in one hill containing eight solid Sirs of grain The corn crop EhrdiigKout this GcountyThe farmers throughout this section- of the State have had most favorable weather for saving crops Fodder has been fsaved nfine condition and tobacco will be ready to strip as soon as a season comes The new seats for the Presbyterian church and the Christian church have arrived When placed they will be much more comfortable and will add greatly to the appearance of the inter rior of the buildings We venture the assertion that there are more entertainments of various kinds good bad and indifferent that visit Columbia than any other town in the State of the sane population TheStandard Lumber Company has aj great many logs on their yard They- have recently employed a man named Jones whose home is in Taylor county and who is said to b j an expert sawyer The great eplurUHis unum Burke comedy Company has been here and those who were entertained will tell you all about the show We know but little about it besides wears not talk TOf in this jh6nth Ifthebaod boys think r the Msi t good one the people of the community would like taiMMir tb m play ooeasJon aliy Tkey nuke nr tcku mina butt jc1HJ isyiag itaome out boys Iv Whe i fjI lJfi v L Ll I CASKEYMORRIS The Danville Advocate of October 9th reports the following marriage Mrs Mary Reynolds Morris and Mr John Wesley Caskey both of Junction City drove over to Danville yesterday afternoon and were quietly married in the parlors of the Gilcher Hotel Rev J Q Montgomery pastor of the Christian church of the above place was the officiating minister The bride is quite wellknown in Danville where she has a host of warm friends who will wish her well and will congratulafe the fortunate groom The groom is a well known businessman of Junction City and is highly spoken of by all who have the pleasure of his acquaintance The happy couple left last night for Mississippi where they will make their future home much to the regret of their many friends in this vicinity The Advocate extends congratulations Mr Caskey is a native of Adair county and many years ago he was Deputy Sheriff under his father Mr Robt Caskey The bride is also wellknown here She is a niece of Mr Elzy Dam ron of this place and Mrs 5Tancy Duvall and Mrs A H Judd Cane Valley Many years ago she attended C C College and boarded with Mrs Nan cy Field who is now dead THE ENTERWINMENT d The entertainment given at the Lind sey Wilson last Saturdayevening by Miss Shannon assisted by Miss Pen land was largely attended and very much enjoyed Miss Shannon isa trained reader and her perfect articulation makes her renditions all the more enjoyable As a teacher she isI meeting the admiration of her pupils and giving perfect satisfaction to the faculty Miss Penlandis so wellknown here that comment from us is not nec cessarY She is thoroughly skilled in her chosen prof ession sings and plays gracefully hut few ladies having a- more i melodious voice She is popular not only with her pupils but is a favorite with all her acquaintances With these two ladies in the Lindsey Wilson the elocutionary and music departments will not be neglected r ilf OR SALE 4 One pair of heavy work mules and aJ good wagon bed and sheeting SOL McLARLAKD 49l2t Cane Valley Ky COMMISSIONERS SALE- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY William H Pollard c PIaintiffl Victoria Butler c Defendant f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render ed at the September Term thereof 1907 in the above cause for the sum of one hundred and sixtyfour and 55 cents 16455 with the interest at therate of 6 per cent per annum from the 23 day of September1907 until paid and about 45 costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday Nov 4th 1907 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described property towit A tract of land located in Adair county on the waters of Russell creek containing about 50 acres For description reference is made inorderBootNoOr sufficient therepf to produce te sans of money so ordered tobe made For the purchase cthe pureBM sr with approved surefcr or secwitlfs must execute Bond obi legal tD Isrest horn ctajr of sals until paid ad Tlnctlie force aud elFset of a Jr- saw emu T BAX Jf ki j J11I t41lirYty i 111c Read John B Wathens ad intodays News He is going to put up some excellent stock for sale Dr J N Page has purchased Mr L G Dohoneys onehalf interest in the drug store and the inventory is now being taken ExCongressman W J Stone is now speaking to a large audience at the courthouse in the interest of the Democratic State ticket The Columbia Singletree Company is again receiving hickory spokes paying thesam3old prices The company i also on the market for good hickory logs 493t Alton Packard the celebrated let turer and humorist willentertain in Columbia Saturday evening Nov 2nd We will have more to say about this entertain ment as the timeapproaches Mrs Nannie Flowers has given the contract for the building of her resi dence on Greensburg street to McLean Bros It is to be a twostory seven room structure The work was com menced last Monday Mr C S Harris who is the editor of this paper and who has been in Vir ginia for the past five weeks will return before the election We make this statement in answer to friends who have been making inquiry as to the time he would reach home In East Cblumbia School taught by Miss Fanny Smythe the following pu pils made the highest graded in last months report and each received a beautiful postcard given byMr E A Cox the photographer Mary Myers Grace Conover Milldred Walker Nellie Tarter lone Rounds Albina Eubank Mr Wood Judd is now putting up a residence for Prof C Rir Payne It fro nts the street leading id the Fair Grounds This iSitObefa small r building Next Spring Prof Payne will erect a large two story residence on the same lot which he says will be handsome in design Last Monday was the regular day for the beginning of the last quarterly court in the year button account of the illness of Judge Junius Hspcock these wfis no court and all the J caps were continued until the January term In cass of vacancy the Governor hasto appoint Mr Elzy Dammon and Mr A Hunn have returned from Indian Territory Mr J H Young is expected in a few days Messrs Young Hunn Co have been in the Stave business in the Territory but it is our understanding they soldtheir machinery staves etc before turninghome We are also told that they did a good business Miss Ella Todd daughter of Mr and Mrs A G Todd met with an accident last Thursday afternoon She was out horseback riding in company with Miss Mary Miller The young ladies w reI near the Long View and were riding at a rapid gait when Miss Todd was thrown from her horse by the breaking Of the stirrup laather Her ankle wasI dislocated and she received other bruises Drs Miller and Grissom reduced the fracture and at this writing thyU11g ldy is getting along nicelyi n PtEACWING Moo SUNDAY III WV Hx C Sa didgei Union J 3T Roach Pies Cfcapfl Jji J Bargerr Pleasant Hillfy ZTWi1ia1Mt V H to toutbr tft X a Coon C lwtibia t y- rl Ksey CoiamW t 1i1Y 1 wPY 1 rl f JL V d J I i yr t f r2 0- a s LAST NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS IJelow will be found a list of appoint ments to meet the Tax payers of Adair County for the last time for the year 1907 and give to every one a fair chance to save this penalty and extra costwhich will certainly be added and collected on all taxes that are unpaid on Oct 31st 1907 V i- IMcGaha II 19th Glensfork 1021st Fair Playit 22nd Sparksville II 23rd Elroy 24th GradyvilleII 25th KeltnerII 29th sMilltown II28th W B PATTESON S AC SATURDAYS SPEAKING Senator J W Newman Democratic Candidate for Commissioner of Agri culture spoke at the Courthouse last Saturday afternoon It was a busy time with the farmers and only a small crowd heard him Mr Newman di rected the greater part of his speech to the farming element and those who were not present failed to hear one of the best speeches delivered here since the campaign opened He did not for get State issues showing that the administration of the States affairs soon to close had been economically man aged and that the Republicans could give no just reason why a change should be made TEACHERS ASSOCIATION The following is the program for Tabor October 19 Song and Invocation 4C Address of Welcome lI daWi lams t 4 Response Olie Taylor v What the District School should do for the child F A Strange Thetis Williams J V Tennie tYoungWhat should the Personal Appearance and Personality of the teacher be Etta Vaughan Bessie Young T L Harrison Stuart Rexroat Coopperation of Home and School Fannie Smythe Cortez Sanders A 0 YoungG W Turner NOON How to make U Si History interest ing Mrs Harvey Laura Rosen baum Nancy Flowers Tobias Huf i f f kfJIStories and Story Telling EfcVA Strange Flora Powell Mrs Thorn as J N A Mans Influence in SchoolT P Harrison Stuart Rexroat OlieTayr lor a COMHISSIONERSSALL 3 ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT VOF KENTUCKY BenT Evans Etc Plaintiff v v Wm H Evans Etc Defendant j By virtue of a judgment and Order v of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court yen dared at the September term thereof i 1907 in the above cause I shall offer for sale at the Court House door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at publicaufftion op Monday Nov 4th 1907 beinkat 1 County Court upon a credit of six months the following described proper ty towit f1t1 Two tracts of land on Green River located in Adair county near Neatsburg First tracf contain 90J acres all of which is m timber white oak black oak chestnut oak and hickory arein abundance Nothing but the walnut Secondaigdtract contains 9 acres about 40 acres wader mltivataon Good house on this t f tract These tracts witt beabld aexGately For the purchase price the purchaser t wfth afproys lsur ty MrsecaiftaeSaius g xeeote Bond beariay legal itt erest 0from th day of sale until paid sad havinf iforce aadeQectofa Jul iJ51 HIMPCHM Ti BAfcut rrCIHI1Ut i 7 f J J JJ jj tJ t S piJ 1 4 i 4CPttt j J r 1 LH 4 f J r t ti i y hj A f ti i ix I ji t j2 r p THE ADAIRCOUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 16 1907 if J j LEARN A TRADE L X q 4 The value of leaning a trade i becomes more and more apparent every day Scarcely a week passes but some young man is askus to point put a field of labor for him With good attain ments perhaps or an honest penny may be turned he finds himself landing as it were at the first ebb of the tide The slightest recession of the water deposits him on the shore among the weeds of idleness and un wholesome vapors becloud his mind There is scarcely a man in buisness but has an experince like our own his young friends continually envying him the privilege of working in a well defined field and wishing that like im they had sonething to strike at- Those young men are generally afflicted with the disease of ambi tion They want to be some fJiing more than common and aking often their desires for bility to satisfy them they er themselves that they are something better than then run of humanity Their ault is in trying to achieved without serving an enticeship to it and they uld be prepared for their life Irk wondering what it will be d fretting because it does not clare itself and in nine cases out of ten waiting in such a call go into politics agencies etc The great remedy for all this is a trade thoroughly learned The time botween school and twentyone should be spent at the carpenters bench in a ma chine shop or at an anvil so that i when the young man commences his battle with life in any vocation he can if worsted at his attempt turn to his trade with confidence that his skilled labor will at least procure him a living and perhaps a competence Time frittered away in trying to dis cover desirable roads to success foots up a consideraqle total on the loss side of the balance sheet If you take De witts Kidney and Bladder Pills you will get prompt relief inflammation1 troubles A weeks treatment 25 cents IfSbid by Page Dohoney V NOT ALL HAPPY The Indiana Legislature at its last session passed a law fixing minimum salary for teachers which was received with enthusiasm But it contained a provision which gave some of them uIeasi liness especially the teachers of noncommissioned high schools That provision was that after 1908 nobody shall teach unless he be a graduate of a commissioned high school This is not yet in I force yet it is having its effect nevertheless Pupils who desire to teach are quitting the noncom missioned high schools and going whichNwill enable them to teach when j they have finished the course This unexpected result of higher wages led some of theJ I teachers to think that the law 41 asunconstitutionai The title g sal4yr i f I 7 l rr i bit it deals also with qualifications The Attorney General was therefore asked to give an opinion whether the law is valid or not and he decides that it is The teachers are thereby remind ed that the object of higher sal aries is to have better qualifica tions Whether the law pre scribes the right way to ac complish this may be a question but this is a matter within the discretion of the Legislature CourerJournal SHARING THE BURDEN One very serious mistake men make is the failure to enlist the interests and sympathies of the wife and mother in their under takings We are repeatedly as sured that without the wifes co operation the husbands success is an uphill business but many men pride themselves on keeping their business affairs their plans hopes and fears from the knowl edge of their wives They say contemptuously that it is none of their business that a wom ans business is in the house In thousands of instances the gray mare is the better horse and a womans advice in business matters is often but the feather that turns the scale toward suc cess To women is given far more than to man the faculty for savingfor the storing up of surplus and providing for the future This comes with her motherlove and even though she may not have children the faculty dormant perhaps is there Instinctively she stores for her posterity It is the pro vince of the father to earn to fight the battles to bring in the spoils But the mother is the natural steward In her devo tion to her young the mother eyes look far afield and often her directions point out the most fruitful fields or warn against the arid plains If her eyes are kest blinded no outlook or exer cise of her faculties allowed her the power diminishes and dwarfs and then she looks only at what is near at hand Selfishness for her young predominates The store is there she need not stint them of herself there will be more Then men cry out that she is extravagant that she takes no interest in their strug gles How can she when her eyes are blinded by ignorance when she is encouraged to see no furthur than the daily dinner It is true that stof women know little of business methods that we are prone to make bad l bargains and to lose the little we have Why Is it not that we are the offspring of generations of mothers whose eyes have been shielded from the light Whose minds have been keptinactive If given the opportunity women as thous ands are now proving learn readily and under the spur of necessity d e v e 1 o p wonderful abilities Women often accumulate wealth under the same con ditionswhere the normal man p I fails Why i 1tl i1 1 f t k TI 6ETTJ PROTECTION FOR a x isH- ANIYBIRDS t There has heretofore been a sort of feeling among the farm ers that game and fish laws were tpetownfolks ing that way we have had a little resentment towards such laws and have really given them scant respect especially as we saw such a general disregard of the law that in order to have our share of game or fishwe had to get there first Now my brother farmer the writer himself is a farmer and has been doing some thinking along these lines and would like to submit to you some sugges tionsThe laws we have for the pro tection of our game and fish and nongame birds are good and if enforced would result in great benefit to the farmer but that will never be done under the present Warden System as there is no pay provided for the ward ens except a moity of the fines assessed and collected which is no inducement at all It is like the proposition of a man to a friend who owned a skiff that if he would go out on the river and catch driftwood he might have half of what he caught The fines are not what we want It is the protection and that we will not have until we have pro vided some means of paying for it The writer has had his prem ises trespassed on more than once this season Parties come and fish or seine your streams and ponds when you are away watching for opportunities even when you are at church on Sun day Their depredations are not always confined to depriving you of fish that yon have supplied at some trouble and expense and killing birds of all descriptions but they leave gates open and fences down and get your stock mixed up if they do not shoot some of them The time required to police your own premises would make the expense too high and even then you would be powerless to enforce the law against trespass and if you took the law in your own hands and made a personal matter of it that would bring on trouble So you see we are up against a tough proposition Our only remedy it seemstp me is to do like other States have done and provide by law for a Fish and Game Commissioner or Game Warden with power to appoint deputies in every county and have them paid for it The revenue for the purpose can be gotten by requiringevery one who carries a gun to pay a small license fee There is al- readY a license fee of from 10 00 to 2500 for nonresidents and this added to the proposed resident e of say 100 would do the work I understand the State of Illinois iJ1senough money from such sources to pay all of the expenses of the Ward en system and to establish a large game preserve beside v It looks a Httte unreaeo amble r c t 1 ft If J Iyouislnotother man pays for hunting and you pay for protection If you never hunt you would never have to pay and if you should hunt you might not wish to con fine yourself to your own farm especially when the birds flyover the fence A good Warden system would give us the protection we need and ought to have It would not only protect our game and fish but would save us from the ne- gro rabbit hunter the small boy with his rifle who is a men ace to every living thing not ex cepting himself andall the other trespassers that are getting more troublesome every year To protect the birds especially the song and other insectivorous birds is as we all know a very important matter to the farming interests of the country Around about Winchester we are talking it with a view of arousing each other on the sub ject and as the best means of getting up enthusiasm we are joining the League of American Sportsmen 100 Annual mem bership an organization that makes the protection and prop agation of birds fishes its chief aim By the time our next Legislature meets we hope that our representatives will have caught the spirit and enact for us a good Warden law J 0 EVANS Dewitts Carbolized witch Hazel salve is good for little burns and big burns small scratches or bruses and big ones It is healing and smoothing Good for Piles Sold by Page Dohoney ACTION MUST BE TAKEN 1lThe large city dailies all over the country seem to be awaking to the necessity of some action against the paper trust which is threatening to swamp the entire newspaper business by arbitrari ly raising the price of paper to such an extent that all the papers will have to raise the price of subscriptions and advertising or quit the business The follow ing from the American Press shows the way matters are ten ding Thirtyfive publishers of Penn sylvania dailies most of them Republican in politics in Pitts burg Monday denounced the paper trust and passed resolu tions demanding the free admisIsion to this country of wood PulPIand all other ingredients entering into the manufacture of white paper It was the regu lar meeting of the Associated Dailies of Westren Pennsylvania composed of papers published in the smaller cities After the advance in the cost of white paper had been thoroughly discussed it was unanimously agreed that un less the cost is decrease finan cial ruin stares many of the pub Ushers in the face Danville Advocate His Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who is now eighty three years old thrives on Elec tric bitters writes W B Brunson 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 weak ness 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 4s SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY It is unfortunate when a busy man has a loafer for a friend Most people will make any sac rifice to gratify their fool streak It seems perfectly natural to some people to abuse a newspa perWhat has become of the old fashioned man whose breath smelt of garlic J It is surprising that a mean woman and a very good woman t can belong to the same sex Obstinate cases of constipation and nasty mean headaches promptly disap pears when you take Dewitts Little Early Riser Pills Sold by Page Do honey a Ri The Campbellsville Machine Shopr iii Handles HEAVY and LIGHT WORK Boilers Remodled and all Boiler Repairs made Heavy and Light FORGINGY of all kinds done ENGINES and OTHER MACHINERY RE i BUILT Work is done by Mechanics Who Know How Try us Cam bellsvill eI IScntuck YET tlL LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER PLASTER + rIs a substitute for com iron lime mortar There F is intelligent economyin the use of this material nI The use of common lime Eil- mortar for plastering makes a weak and uncertain ceiling as it is Ii able tofall any time and cause several hundred dollars damages YOU l can den it like wood containing no sand you can saw or nailit like Ood Hy MANUFACTURE IY t Kentucky Wall Plaster Co 1i BrookRivef Sts1 BOTH PHONES 227 Hills Ky III Iratlj Ji 1i l ii i BC 3 i if tj 1 iif l l yr i k T + 3 rU i L rr nry THE AD4W COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 16 1907 3 f tI stt t I wJ 0 ITr t M rJr rr 4 lHave f I COMPLETEV QEi i il P L ti ti- i r 1 I 1pr t r 7i d Sfl i uE T i wiLL PAPER WIRE CLOTH POULTRY k- IJ r NETTING SCREEN DOORS WIRE 7K ri Fence Rbofing Spring Hinges Sash Hang ers Door Pulls Screen Door Catches Win F E dow Screens Ice Cream Freezers RefrigerV 11 i ators Garden Hoes Rakes Shovels Manure f 1 h Forks Wheelbarrows Snaths Haying 7l Vf Tools Lawn Mowers Grass Hooks Grass w Shears AT BOTTOM PRICES 7 i v rly 1 3t I v ti t 7t 7 I7ii 1 tb MN A HOBSON 7i J t n jtit Greensburg Ky I71 71 A l71KI K7K K7iKK71Ci m I7I K K7I v EEEEEEEE EEEEE eE EEEESEEEEEEE frEEEE EEEEEFEE EEF- Eur HORD A RIGEw I Ai DEALERS IN HARDWARE MILL SUPPLIES BUGGY SUPPLIESVi W RUBBER TIRES f W WI i BLitCKSMlTH SHOP IN CONNECTION WHEN RUBBER I W TIRES ARE TO BE eUT ON ON SHORT NOTICE W GIVE US A CALL Ii u W CAMPBELLSVILLE KENTUCKY v e EEErC eE CEP aEEE EEEE F EE EEEEEEEFFF 7 e m 4 ittj Refurnished Redecorated and Re medied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu 4r lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale Retail Districts Churches and fand 1 4 tflfTU AVNU LOUISVILLI FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS Louisville Kentucky e t vv OV vV vi7 es eseieiOB 7 K g 7iv I 7K 1 7K I I1 The Noted Griffirp Springs ii V v MATE ING PURGE I fr Will open July first for guests who seek pleasure II i and health The table will be supplied with the 7i i fvbest the market produces Rates Reasonable v Jf xi I Lt Fijt1D1 I1ER Prop iiYf 2 entuckg f I RThe I31E Louisville Trust I j Companysouthwest Corner Market S Ii 1 LOU1SVILLEot Organized under a special charter for the safe keeping of valuable of r every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust busi ness is adthbrized to act in any part of the State as Executor Adiriin istrator Trustee Guardian Aiiigneej Receiver and to fill every poi tibii ot trust that can be held by an individual r t Itacc Wmirifexe lMtru au Of uriedcbdiaWraad its JaiTj impar Mind profitable C tieawrsittei 1Ir t oor fefi jii5titt mmftclftft t iit tf je tr THE NOVEMBER ELECTIONS Althoughonly six States elect Governors this fall f ran off Eyear the November elections will have unusual interest because of their bearing on national politics and the Presidential campaign of 1908 Mississippi and Kentucky may be conceded to the Democrats But in Maryland which the Dem ocrats carried for Warfield in 1903 by 12685 the following year the Presidential vote was so close that one of Roosevelt elec tors was chosen The Rhode Island Democrats last year elected Higgins Gover nor by 1318 but they lost the State to Roosevelt in 1904 by 16 766 Of th two Representatives in Congress elected last year Granger if a Democrat and Cap ron a Republican In 1904 the Republicans car ried New Jersey for Roosevelt by 80598 and for Stokes for Gov ernor by 51644 Last year however the Democrats had a majority of two in the State As sembly Guild was elected Governor of Massachusetts last year by 30 203 but the tariffrevision issue if the Democrats are capable of taking advantage of it may be a determining factor in the pend ing election General significance will also attach to the election in New York of two Judges of the Court of Appeals the Assembly and possibly of the State Senate Among the State officials elected last year Gov Hughes was the only Republican Nebraska Mr Bryans State will elect only minor State offi cials In 1906 Sheldon Republi can defeated Shallenberger Democrat for Governor by 12 973 The Roosevelt Administration and thTaft Presidential candi dacy are directly involved in the Cleveland Mayoralty contest be cause of the open indorsement of Representative Burton by Pres ident Roosevelt and Secretary Taft Because of the uncertain ty of the result and the import ance of the issue none of the State elections will command a more general interest than the Cleveland contest O Out Of Sight Out of sight out of mind is 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- SENTENCE illlI SERMONS Love needs no lexicon e Consternation inot iconver sion f A soft answer may J eta stiff argument i This would bea sad world without sorrow r Honeyed ipsC IJnojkpvercdin0 a l fe 01 Forbearance if one eadwaoe yt7i 2J J lt eatsr tob blJ fji tf J I ti People without reverses are never successes There is no illumination in thev oil of hypocrasy T Genteel sins are likely to have rough consequences When you borrow trouble you neednot look for a dun It is aspiration that makes life respirationIt to be finicalwith sin than to be familiar with it The sins in our house are nev er so large as those next door The putty of pride may hide the crack but it cannot heal it He best prays to his Father who provides for his brother Heaven is not satisfied with fine linen instead of fine living When you shut your eyes in prayer you open the heart on heaven When religion is but recreation life is likely to become desecra tionThere is somethingcrooked in the conscience that insists only on eccentricity When a man feels that ten cents a week is all he ought to pay for his religion he is throw away his money for what he will get A 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 Life Pills regulste the liver prevent appendicitis and establish regular habit of the bowels 25c at T E Paull drug store V GREAT TRUTHS A greedy mail God hates A great mark is soonest hit A fallbA hasty man never wants woe A hungry man is an angry man A honey tongue a heart of gallI A great ship must have deep water A great reputation is a great chargeA heart makes a happy visage A guilty conscience needs no accuserA driven too far brings home fate l A handful of trade is a handful of gold A headstrong man and a fool may wear the same cap A joyful evening may follow a sorrowful morning A great mans foolish saying pass for wise ones A handsaw is a good thing but not to shave with v A joke never gains an enemy but often loses a friend Ahandful of common sense is worth a bushel of learning A great man will not trample on a worm nor speak to an erne TorExt 5 PbYOUfMl1titioiit ttb there 1iKiwiM inoog with your k daI Dwts kidaey ad Butsbckweak kt ja1W1 hidammatioi odf tip bladder Aw ek aub K ceoti saldby Ige 1 Do1ay r I HEARD GOVERNOR BY TELEPHONE Gl sgowKy Sept19The people throughout Barren and surrounding counties and as far back as Celina Tenn and Mont icello Ky a distance of seventy five miles were treated to a novel r suprise Monday each one who 14owneddistinctly hear and clearly under stand every word of Governer Beckhams speech at the Court house here Mr John J Giezentanner the popular manager of the Gains boro Telephone Company here made connection and placed a transmitter in such a position at the Courthouse that all who cared to within the distance mentioned could listen to the Governers rh speech Many who werea conANI siderable distance away and only partially familiar with the use of a telephone could hardly believe their own ears when they heard the voice of their executive mak ing appeals to them miles and miles away as if he stood before themSIt was the first experiment of this kind ever tried here and was a complete success t FARMERS ARE PROSPEROUS s The American farmers earn ings are a thousand million dollars greater this year than last acJ cording toa preliminary report on crops which will be published in next issue of the American Agi culturalist This big gain will be entirely due to the increased prices of farm products as the production in general will be ful ly ten per cent less in quantity than in 1906 the bumper year The farmer was never in so healthy a position as he is to day financially socially politic v ally mentally and spiritually says the report The increase in the value of his real estate hasv been prodigious He owes less money than ever before He has greater assets than ever Again the farmers wants are greater He is in the market for more and betterrplements household goods and other merchandise L Ithei all other such measures that Citi t t zen Hager has held up for years l and it is therefore not a hard thing for him to do to go before the people and firmly and with out equivocation state in everY instance his position in such mat ters Few days ago some one called him out on the matter of the Sunday closing law presum 1 ing that he would not oPPoJ t the veiws of Mayor Tyler ih Lo 4UISVIw told them emphatically that if elected Governor he would not inaany instance sanction the repeal of the law enforcing the closing of saloons on Sunday You know what Hager will raYguess at what would dort JUST tECEIYED Mr Strong kill Gradjyille has jurt rrereed her Fall Stock of millinery h c9pMrtinffo all the lets t dmljp in hats New good coMUnttyinM ltoI tbetock Ladrs are mmedi tJher home it47tS r i lyl pIClltor tip r r a asr 1r i J I t e 4 f i w THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA Kt OCTOBER 16 1907 r o 0 AUt11iWIIJ I 11 t Published Eve Wednc Jiy tt 8Y THE Adair County News Company INCORPORATED CWASS HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests ef the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent eoantiea 1 Eatered at the Columbia PostoSce as second Wlasr mail matter If v fdWED OCT 16 190T OEMOCRAtICTICKET For Unitedf States SenatorL J C WIBECkHAM ForSEGovernar SAMUEL W HAGER For Lieutenant Governor SOUTH TRIMBLE For Secretary 9t State HUBERT VREELAND For Attorney General JOHN K HENDRICK For Auditor HENRY M BOSWORTH 0For Treasurert 41 RUBY LAFFOON I1F r Commissioner of Agriculture r 1df J WgNEWMAN i gpr Supt of Public Instrnction VM0 WINFREY V For Clerk Court of Appeals JOHN B CHENAULT For Representative LOGAN CfiWINFREY The coming election is fraught with unusual interest and import ance to the friends of education in Kentucky especially those who are engaged from day to day in the public schools in the noblest work that human minds have been entrusted with Not at any time in the history of the State2of therearkbeen such a widespread senti rrment amonglthe people in favo of education and keeping the schools of Kentucky abreast with the best thought of the best lyjr States in the neon Never has a political party in any State Given suchlprompt and satisfactory response to that sentiment as has the Democratic ofgthe State of Kentucky Through the passage of several laws looking to the advancement of the cause of education and to the elevation of that great profess ion teaching the Democratic party demonstrates its belief that the future growth and development of this great common wealth depends largely upon the education sjid training of the youth in the public schools As Democraticr1tfcandidate for Governor said in j i the opening speech of his campaign Hand in hand with the ji development of our State must go the education of our sons and daughters There is no single set of men and women unitedan J a single pUrpose who can or do l f render ta the Si ate bSeE OE- grr ater service than Sptiie self 7 r sacfrtfcinif teachers of our comt mon schools While the true 1 teacher will not allow politics to p iiivaSe his school room noenq trlt ft1is scbo9 work o tside the sh mehwt hOOJlIrt j ofJ dK r convictions felt especially m ma pertaining to rugago anffcpnomics and totSe policy belngr ursned by the officials and lawmakers of his State He should not hesitate tc make hi position clear for he or she is leader commac nityhThe teacher owes it to that community to be conversant with all that is going on in a public way and to bring some salient facts home to all The Republicans and Dem ocrats of Adair and Cumberland are certainly agreed upon one proposition and that is that they are entitled to be represented in the next Legislature by a man ofability gentleman who will devote his= time should he be elected in watching he inter est of the two counties Such a man isMr L C Winfrey It is true that he isa Democrat but should he go to Frankfort he would take as much interest in having a local bill sugl gested by Republican fiends as he wonld a measure asked to be passed by Democratic friends Inotherwords he would represent the people of theLegislative district There is something iIi having a representative who is capable of drawing his own bills and presenting them a gentle man who knows the statutory laws andone who is acquainted with tHe needs of the people alongfthese lines This information Mr WinfreY possesses and it would be a great mistake if he is not elected The people of the two counties are the one interestedwhoThere is no money in the posi tioni The election is drawingnigh and there is one very important innsrt keep in mind and that is be sure and be at the polls and urg all your friends to do likewise casting their votes for the Dem ocraticticket from top to bottom Whisds aDemocratic S ateIand for that reason every election some men who are identifie with the party remain away from the polls claiming that they are busy and their votes are not seeded to insure the success of the ticketT inifthe coming election who are entertaining such an idea dismiss- it Apathy often brings defeat and if Democrats fail to do uheir duty the majority is cut down andin future contests the Republicans fight all the harder to get possession of the State government Let every man who believes in the principles of Jefferson and of Jackson go toI work and talk Democracy from now until the 5th of November You need not think that the Republicans are not busy Everyman of that organization is doing us utmost tofmake a vote f2r4 WiTlson hence it is tM irPera ivedutyof every Democrat to eup and doing Judge Eager and the balance of the State ticket will elec4 less give hem such majority as will i17 isvines tba icans that Ken = ckYjl J tie and that 1Ij AIt 1 iu teis fpjjthenj to uidertsk J tJ1rlim t e riyq tote Stamp tinder the rooster and let your v9e go Qallagah is all that is neces sary to bring about that result byaGov Beckham and W 0 ley here are the figures taken from the record at Pardons 4 of felonies Frankfortjadministration of ley for four years 1899 448 This includes several commutations from death to life sentence pardons of felonies be fore trial and convicts who were detained through no fault of their own from entering service immediately after conviction Pardons of felonies during the administration of Governor Beck ham for nearly eight years from February 3 1900 to Octo her 9 1907 355 This includes severalcommutations from death to life sentence pardons of fel onies before trial and convicts who were detained through no fault of their own from entering service immediately after convic tion The statements of the republican press regarding pardons is issued by Governor Beckham in cludes patroles to convicts These are granted by the State I Prison Commission composed of three men elected by the General Assembly and over whose action the Governor has no control whatever andwho can speak for themselves The list also includes the large num ber of remissions granted by the Governor in the cases of Louisville druggists confectioners and others who were arraigned by Magistrate Huffman of that city for Sunday selling mud whichremissions were requested and approved by leading citizens of Louisville The also in cludes the restorations to citizenship by the Governor The exact number of these has not been ascertained by the Sec retarytrom the records but he says they will not be found near ly so numerous as the record of wills ley administration show that in the matter of restoration to citizenship they were granted largely in the cases of negro ex convicts This record Secretary Leigh says shows the restoration t of as many as seventeen negroes The Beckham irecordishows that the Governor during his seven years of office imprisonmentein only five cases Two of the five Were negroes who had no influ ence behind them and a third was declared insane by a court of justice Otgovernding the sale and the drinking of whisky may be of interest to the people of KentuckY who are making an effort to banish it from the State Here it is In stead of licensing the seller the buyer of strongdrink is compel ed to take out a license for which he has to pay 5 every six months Saloon men are com pelled by law to confine their sales exclusively to persons hold ing licenses to buy under pain of aheavy fine for selling to un authorized drinkers A feature the law is that every six months a complete list of licensed drinkers is published Mr Bryan made eight sheech J es in Kentucky in two days and the CourierJournal estimates that fit OOO people herd him Mr Bryan has more magnetism than any other living man i ExGpv W OBrad1ey1i s probably learned that Gav eck ham WaVat ststnttti K bW the IJni KWS 1 00 PER YBto i vV r n1 f MyersRollej MII t4 Flour is the staff of Life Therefore have it Pure dont use any thing but the ye3rbestof wheat WE which to make our Flour We have the very improved machinery for cleaning wheat and the Best Machinery on the market to make Allythis 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 and will give more Flour in exchange for Wheat than you can get at any other mill I have a large stock of Flour and Meal on hand at all times So bring your grain to the Columbia Mill and get the BestrYOURS FOR BUSINESS W R 1 Myers 1 Visitors To Louisville its i lTM Are cordially invited to call onj rv r Louisvilles Foremost Carpet Rjg St reI I Hubbuch Bros CENTRALLY LOCATED 524526528 W Market St LOUISVILLE Ky The cxtraordisary values offered IB Floor CoveriBis WindW Hangings and Wall Paper will command your attention Nowhere will you 1 treated better nor will your money get better returRSGAn illustrated Catalogue FREE for the asking H RN thX1s- A 1 full line of JtL t 4 BUGGIES and JlA ilESS taFr arddoublesingle I9rr wflEHT D ILtlS OWES BIDDERS A 13JNDER T1lVI k l Mfciri scpieldJSeeds8 Farm Impl rcats lliiri Janpestown M I nfi CkH tS EXCLUSIVE Sashand Door House1 IS WHAT WE A i BZ 0 atn BY CONFINING OUR ATTENTION TO J SASMDOORS j 4eare enabled to carry a Larger Stock and abet + ter selection than any other House in the South r t Send your Orders to the QUICK SHIPPERS 5 t rIPIB iS GOll i1Jff 21521121 Aqr t Sf f T ttt VJ I r yta r THE ADAIR CQUMTX NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 16 1907 5 rr I Iif1TERSO4L- 1 TNr 1 t l Patteeore rtedmnich better Mr David Baker Burkesvillc was s here Monday f Mr Owen Gaines Campbellsville was here Monday Mr J D Irvine of Creelsbore was i here SaturdayJ t Mr E D Smith Louisville is here ifora few days T W F Cartwright will return from Danville today Mr T J Goodman and wife are vis Siting at Rowena v Mr Wm Otley of Burksville was here last Wednesday Mr G T Flowers andwife are vis iting in Wayne county r Mrs Bettie W Butleiwas quite sick a day or two last week Mr Geo W Thomas came in from Somerset last Saturday Mr W M Vance left for Elida N M yesterday morning Mr B H Gilpin Campbellsville was tiP Columbia few days ago s V Mr T E Paull and wife are spend ing alew days in Louisville Rev A R Kasey has returned from P business trip to Owensboro Mrs T R Stults and her son cnmtJ accompanied Mr Stints to Louisville Mr R F Rowe and wife Amanda weekiMrs Corintte Hart after a pleasant =visit has returned home at Jamestown Mrs Z T Williams condition has ssMr J SnapVaughan Campbells Mondayrville this week attending the Grand LodgeMr C C Breeding Amandaville t was here Thursday enroute home from Louisville Mr Leonard Goodman Glasgow visited the family of Mr Sam Lewis last week Mrs HfcNMiller and Mrs A H Ballard spent a few days of last week in Louisville rMr W T Price has so far recovered from a spellfof sickness as to be able to leave his room l Mr J A SnPerinR tendent of Metcalfe county was in Co Iumbia last Thursday Mrs L G Dohoney has about re covered from a spell of fever and has I returned to=the hotel Mrs Geo W Thomas of Somerset is visiting in Columbia stopping with Mrs Georgia Shelton Mr W A Garnett is attending the Grand Lodge this week the delegate from Glensfork Lodge Dr J H Grady was called to Monti cello Sunday He hopes to reach hpine this Tuesday afternoon Mrs Wm Coleman of Canada is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Johnson this county Judge W W Jones and wife and daughter Miss Fannie have returned from a visit to Casey county Mr Henry Coleman manager of the Columbia Singletree Company was here Lebanon the first of the week rom Lou Schooling and Mrs Carlisle of Lebanou who visited the family of- F hornMiller who has been ipa critical condition for several weeks improves very Slowly Messrs H H Dunbar and A G Jones Jamestown were here Sunday en route to the Masonic Grand Lodge jLouisville Mrs Charlie Richkdshussell coun ty passed through Columbia enroute for Bowling Green to see her son who Lis in school in that city DrW Cartyvrigjht waek cal6fo Danville Saturday his daughter MiSs Mary who is in Caldwell College being reported quite ill with pneumonia jJ Miss Stella Conover who is attend f Ii ingg the Bowling Green Budinese Colege f omILl is very much improved U t if Rev 1 L I family parrived a Ou WeamfZHit1f 1 t are r ifr tkw q 4 J r tt r lrrelis de trict at the last session of inference and he will reside m iiilaceo long as- heoc sR1f tit Hale 1lOt a straner to than lP Je3of ts county having at one time resided at Grady ville He is a minister of ability and we are glad to note his location here Messrs T R Stults EG Atkins J3 drarriett T A Murrell are attend ing the Grand Lodge and Grand Chap ter this week The two former gentle men represent Columbia LodgeNo 96 and Chapter No 7 DIED MrsKatherine Corbin wife of Pink ney Corbin died in the Sparksville country last Tuesday the 8th She was seventyone years and ten months old and leaves a husband and nine children Infirmatives of old age was the cause of her demise CQPISSIONRES SALE ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY Laura Kelling others Plaintiff Elizabeth Dean c Defendant f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court render ed at the September Term thereof 1907 m the above cause I shall prov Geed tQ offer for sale at the Courthouse door hi Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on flomlayiNov Itln 1907 at 1 oclock Ii m ortfiereaBout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described ty towit A tract of land located in Adair county on the waters of Big Creek containing 282f acres Forcom plete description giving metes and bounds see judgment recorded in order Bookstall pate 162 in Ihe circuit clerks office For the purchase price this purchaser with approyed surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interi I esb from day df sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg mint HERSCHEL T BAKER Master Commissioner DEATH OF MISS ELLA CHANDLER At about 8 oclock last Thursday at the family home on South Pleasant street the pure oung spirit of Miss Ella Chandler daughter of Mr and Mrs T Y Chandlerpassed from its earthly tenement to the sweet rest and joys of the life beyond While the con dition of her health had been suchas to cause the family great anxiety the visitation came with a degree of sud denness which intensified beyond the conception of any except those to whom she was dearest the deepanguish of their hearts The funeral was held at the family residence 119 South Pleasant Street at 4 oclock Friday p m conducted by Rev W B McGarity after which the cherished form was laid to rest in the new cemetery the general esteem in which the fair young girl was held be ing evidenced by the large attendance of friends at the funeral Miss Ella was born at Campbellsville Kentucky but nearly all the years of her life had been spent here She was 19 years 11 months and 18 days of age From the earliest years of her child hood she had been with those who knew h iTan ideal of all that is best and sweetest in human character and no fromIexample of duty and affection her devotion to her parents and consideration for their comfort and pleasure being one of the prettiest characteristics of her nature No one at an age so tender could have left a deeper impression upon those who knew her than did she whom old and young both admired and loved iThe perfume of Uthe fragrant flower coulicfcnot 1ingr more delicate about the garden thin will the mmJry of this lovely girl who is so deeply mourn ed Comforting deeds and messages reached the loved and stricken parents from every direction and though the sweet thoughtsthose of gentle and ymPAthetiCfliendaprOytMlbut a feeble znitfgant for such a burdw they faced the trial bravely Thit J jSrror fmththe mioy fiends of the w Hirancej of srmpe K lirrer jrt iTiT rfs Xuff ii pck Safes iV LJ if rr SoiomohMcFarland sold two 1yearr old mules to Jo Rice for 190 he bought one mule colt from Will Vanhoy for 5250 000 Bill Cook sold one mule to Charley Mederies for 70 one to Wallie Cook for57 one milk coW to Willie Grider for 22 Smith Wooldridge bought one milk cow from Mrs Mollie Coffey for 20 Thomas Hadley sold one calf to Jim Holt for 7Rowes X Roads Cor 000 Acie Carter sold a cow to Leepo Hart field for 21 George Jeffries sold a mare to Steven Taylor of Barren County for 100 Mrs Alice Arnett bought a calf from Milton Brown for 7 Mr John Neagle sold a cow to Acie Carter for 24 Conge Neggle bought a mule from John Neagle for 135 Dr W B Helm sold a cow to Wilburn Curry for 25 Mrs Alice Arnett sold a piece of land to Dick Jeffries foa 225 Willie Strader bought a span of gray ponies for 137h FOR SALE A goodfarm consisting of 255 acres situated J mile from Pellyton Adair r cpunlty Ky on Green River Two good welling houses and outbuildings goo t r and plenty of woodySit uatetfdn county road Within 54mile of post office stores mill schoolrid church In a good neighborhoodas- plendid gross grain and stock farm Might be divided and would make two good sized farms Could nearly all be put in grass or rain Terms easy And in a position to t give a splendid barg inAny one desiring a Valuable farm and wanlirigr further partictlars call onor address i n S L COFFEY Casey Creek Ky or JOHN COFFEY Pellyton Ky 472m GLEN EORK w t Another weektof fair weather and most of the wheat crop will be in the ground Theindications are that an average crop will be 7 j own J B Wesley who was so un forunate as to Ipse his house by fire last August is now occupying a new dwelling which he has since erected Mr Wesley has been the victim of several misfortune i but is not the man to cower under adversities John Bennett and Nannie Letcher of the Simpson school house neighborhood wedded on the 5th Rev G R Abrel offici ating The groom is a son of Edd Bennett and is sober upright and industrious The bride is a daugh ter of T 0 Letcher and numbers her friends by her acquaintances Dewitt Melson of Inroad and a Miss Jeans of Sparksville were married on the 5th Joseph Ros enbaum Esq officiating Mrs Siofha Marshall who has been sick of typhoid fever is con valescent Mr S V Wilkinson who has typhoid fever is getting on nicely David Willin bought a four year old gelding of Joseph Aaron consideration 15 SUasrCairi who soTcLhis farmrto j J iftA Chapnfl sometimee ag5 has purchased laniPnear Grady yule and will move to his new poieI8ons in a short time Mr Cain is good citizen andbis Beight r iaroent iAij departure Our young folqiIe1pe i ring en t ltl t rt 1 4t1 r i fl1tt tt iL ipUbII I SaI f t V tv Wednesday October 2307 At Highland View Stock Farm Lebanon Ky k IItered Berkshire and Duroc Jersey hogs fat heifers baled straw and hay q Some of the young stallions are out of producing dams and by Todd 214 Gazette 207 Narvin Wsire of Highland Boy 223 and others Highland Boy can step a mile in 212 One of the above Todd colts is a half brother to Allert son of Allerton 209 J that steppen a mile last week in 216 a quarter Jn 33 eighth in 151 seconds TERMS 2500 and under cash over 2500 six months bankable note 6 per cent interest Lunch at li30 Sale at 1230 John B Wathen Jr TD English PICapp Auctioneer Danville Ky w te which wille Tendered sometime in Decembers We4 have some good amateur stage talent who have rendered many an excellent program and there is no reason why this one should be an ex ception v V1J NELL dJ tt Ti f Mr T B Combs and wife spent Saturday night at C C Kiriniards Red Lick Mr J T Hamilton and wife attended Presbytery in Hart county last Saturday and Sun day Messrs C iRvBen Leonard Walker Ed Lee Hamilton T F Bell Rollin Kinniard and Miss Zula Kinnaird of Red Lick at tended the singing at Hickory Ridge Sunday Dr S A Taylor and wife who haves Recently sold their property at Gradyville spent a few days here last week visiting relatives before leaving for their new home Mr G Y Simpson and wife of Breeding spent Sunday at S R Walkers Messrs R H Walker S RI Walker and Rufus Pulliam were in Columbia Monday F T Bell was in Edmonton Monday C C Kinniard of Red Lick is attending court at Edmonton this week- J R Bell and daughter were in Gradyville Saturday shopping Dr S A Taylor and wife and little son Samuel left Monday morning for their home at Mont pelier Joe Hurter of Gradyville was here Saturday r LILETN J Born to thewife of Dr H p Honaker on the 7th a son the chM w not exjpectwi to live Di mtbe olduncletlit r4 y Cliounart 4 n 1I 11 itlv t Lebanon Ky II Ie Miss Eula Bell returned home last Sunday from Columbia where she spent two weeks visting rela ti tivesMrs Sallie Dowell of Mell is visting friends and relatives at this place J A Hubbard made a business trip to Horse Cave one day last week T J Wilcox has purchased an interest in the roller Mill at this place Mrs Lee Blakeman and family of Exi e visited at Vester Dills froiiilast Friday till Sunday OZARK Sorghum making is the born this section Claud Combest the son olA J Combest who has beed cont fined for some timewith fe4erjs improving slowly Born to the wife of Caloii Maupin on the 4th a girl Born to the wife of S J Coin best on the 8 a ten pound boy Rey John Thomas and wife trawling evanglists are holding a series of meeting at Oak Grove I Mrs C G Jeifries of Knifley is visting relatives at this tlaceIN A McKinley and wife visited W G McKinley of Eunice last Saturday and Sunday Miss iftyrtie Combest visited Misses Nona and Mary Roy last SundayLuther Bryant is building a barn for Walker Bryant at Co r lumbia o N G White visited his sister Tarter last Saturday uight Farmers are very busy somei are through cutting corn and some sowing wheat Wm Floyd and wife visited J F Bryant last Sthday Dewitts Csrbdlized witch Hazel salve I good for little butte and big burns uscratebes or braise ara big res itli l shag a saoethiGood for Piles Sok1bJ PacADo y I T i l II 0 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KYf OCTOBER 16 1907 lS OBITUARY r M3 M Thomas was born Sept 28th 1837 t died Sept 28th 1907 the last member of his fathers family The next oldest surviv ing relative of his immediate family is the wife of R T Mc CaffreeThe decesed professed faith in Christ joined the Baptist church and was baptized April 1883 and since that time has lived a con sistent Christian life He had not been strong for a number of years having had a partial stroke of paralysis several 1 years ag from which he never recovered but was able to be up and look after his farm and busi ness He leaves a wife an eleven children seven sons an four daughters to mourn his loss One son living in Denni son Texas and one in Bowanza Ark with their families visite the old home during the months of August and September where for the last time on earth all the family were permitted to assem ble together He was a devoted husband a patient indulgent father kind to his neighbors and there was nor one in all the community more ready to help those in need than he wasHis Ms vacant and can never be filled and while we miss him so much yet if I could I would not call him back to this world of sin and sorrow for he t had 70 Year of trials and cares iand God in his wisdom and love him home to Heaven to reap his reward in a brighther better worldHe lived and died in the house where he was born and where all his children were born and raised The family has been an unbroken chain so long it is hard to see it break and tolgive up our Father the first link but I pray that we his children formget his sjpDunsel and advice and that we will always follow in his foot steps Dearest Father thou has left us Here thy loss we dei feel But tis God who hathbereeft us He can all our sorrows heal A DAUGHTER Thomas A Edison the great American inventor saysFully eighty per cent ofJ the illness of mankind comes from eat a ing improper food or too much food people are inclined to overindulge them selves This is where indigestion finds its beginning in nearly every case The stomach can do just so much work and no more and when you overload it or 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 andwarns 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 tomach Kodol will do this It is a conbination of natural digestants and vegetable acids and con v tains the same juices found in healthy stomach It is pleasent to take It digest what you eat Sold by Page Dohoney MT PLEASANT J r The health of this neighbor i hood is not very good Mr Albert t Murr 111who has j eenconfinoo to his room forr some time with rheumatism is slowly improving 1 Mrs Nancy Rice of Cane iI i Valley jii visiting htr grand p daughter Mrs Claud Callison of near this place Mrs Nellie Conover apd daughters Misses Lizy and Hat tie were the guests of Mrs Horace MassieSaturday of last weekMr Horace and Tommie Mur yell of this place is adding two new rooms to the residence of Mr Bruce Callison of Cane Valley v Mrs W H Caffey of this place was on the sick list sever al days of last week Several from this place attended the spelling at Egypt Friday night of last week All reported a nIce time Mr and Mrs John Hutchinson ofdnear this place Saturday night and Sunday betterdTHE FLAVOR OF EGGS The age of the egg has a very marked effect upon its flavor as germs enter through porus shell and start a process of decomposi tion The flavor of the fresh eggs varies with the food of the hen If the hen eats a large a mount of animal food the eggs will have a stroger coarser fla vor than when the hens are fed chiefly upon grains Strongfla vored vegtables such as onions affect the taste of eggs in a very marked degree Another very im portant point in securing eggs of good flavor is to keep them in a clean place away from strong smelling substances The shell of the egg is porus and readily absorbs odors If there is musty hay in the hens nests the eggs will be pretty sure to have a bad havor Ex WHAT IS HOME What constitutes home A house or those who inhabit it This is a mysstery that the wayward pen cannot solve with aflourish A home is expansive indeed for it includes all who are born in its charmed circle and many more besides but is it a thing that grows that subject to evolution Make the answer to suit your self let it be whimsical or serious bnt you may be sure that the spirit of home is not to be found in warehouses nor in the auction shops nor in the market places of the world It is an etherial es sence with a fluency which fills every corner from cellar to gar rets and gives out its perfume even to the stranger that enters the door And if you have ever had a whiff of this subtle per fume count yourself fortunate among the children of menExt nt FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm containing 981 acre lying on the pike J mile from Cane Valley Ky It ison a good state df cultivation all under fence well watered There is upon it ajfeood dwelling con tainingsix rooms all well firniahed an inexhaustiblewell and all necewary outbuildings Plenty of timber to keep up the farm and togood orchards This farm u within onehalf mile of postoffice jchool and Churche and bank Cane VaIWyw a nmtelaet cotwfcry ton W 8 QwFfD- f48tf Vs Caoe Valley Ky Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it imparts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5Cc rIDIRECTORY O POST OFFICEy JN COFFEY POSTMASTER Office hours week days 730 a m to 8 p J COURT Cncuir COURT Three sesdons a yearThird Monday in January third Monday In May and third Monday in September Circuit JudgeH C Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A Huddleetoa Sheriff W B Patteson Circuit ClerkJ F Neat COUNT COUBT FirstMonday each month Judsre Junius Hancock County Attorney G P Smytlie ClerkT R Stult JaUerA W Tarter Aweator G W Pike J l Surveyor W M McCubbIn T School Supt Mrs G R Shelton + CpronerK W Rowe Crrr COURT Mayor Capt W W Bradshaw Judge t Attorney Gordon Montgomery Marshal P T Smith CHURCH0 PRESBYTERIAN BURKBSVHM STREET Rev J F Claycomb Pastor Services 2nd and 4th Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 930 a m Prayermeetins Wednesday night METHODIST pastorISundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday nightBAPTIST GBEBNSBURQ STREET Rev J C Cook pastor Services 2nd 3rd and 4th Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 sum Prayer meeting Wednesdoynight CHRISTIAN CAMPBELLSVHLB PmEEtd ZT Williams pas tor Services second and Fourth Sundays In each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 enL PrayenneetinK Wednesday night I f LODGE MASONIC COLUMBIA LODZEj No 96 F and A M Regular meeting In their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon in each month T R Stults W M A D Patteson Secretary COLUMBIA CHAPTER R A M No 7 meets Friday night afterfull moon E G Atkins H P Horace Jeffries Secretary I COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon In each month E G ATKIKS T I IfJT R STULTS BECO- RDERSour StomachNo netvooe tress headache constipation bad breath general iebWty sour rietnfa and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol reMeyeeln This new discov ery represents the natural jttlcse of dire tl as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known lam 0 and reooostniotive propertJee t PM nol only reVeve indlf ettioa ancfdYJPlPld a but 1kM tuna remedy belpe all stomach trouWe by cleansing IC sweeleaing and stTwaingl- bi nvMCOus membranee lidto Mr t S i a et JtaautlWV serae- Iwa tMW with yorr foriwKodot tns ad wi sw sow ads6i d1c locbs v PON OKAOIIwua1IY8TRy I ltTIlQ 1 NJrMIRllkt = l rr tots Pratro DMMt7 00 ow J r JlfPlie A tlt C Wly 1 i ji1 HARDWICK Pres J COCKE V Pres R DIETZMAN Se W T Pyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 ViILtItjAtRICs iTS I mAC lI11STS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW GRIST MILLS FEED MILLSI1301 TrHETeeNTHMftIN SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK SOLICITED All Kinds of Machinery RepairedI r U Woodson Lewis reensburg Kentucky 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 Greens burg I DIALER BENNETT cP iMANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FURNITURE CHAIRS AND MATTRESSES t r 587 WEST MAIN STREET BB1 FIFTH AND SIXTH Dr James Menzies rt Jir r OSTEOPATHY j Ill CiMSULTATNIiA1 r Tr EXANIKATHNI P1tEY9I 1 ji Louisvillej IC Ig a r 7 t1 sz X face I Inf AWIfJCE 11 CmK ntucK ybJtii I1 r t IIfIii 4L ii w TzlpL JTTTTTT ITT I t if r4J ftc c f 1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 16 1907r J It NOTICEiiii STAVE COMPANY IBARDIN INCORPORATED 10000 Capital Stock r I IIII FULL DRESSEDBEER STAVES N IKENTUCKY l- Will buy your timber at a good fair price Iand can use timber that will not make 4other staves Will also sell you the best t I JELICO COAL at 22 cents per bushel de t livered at Columbia Call on or address L P Q7SRDIN s CRBENSBURO KBNTUGKVe IHftSBfr11If iUa mwpLO raJ gf n r F I o I Kimble Hotel I J W KIMBL Proprietor N GOOD ROOMS GOOD BEDS 100 per Day Sample Rooms Free 4 w v EED AND LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION 1t 4 Russell Springs = Kentucky t I If Frank Corcoran i S1 HIGHGRADE MARBLE AND GRANITE iiCEMETERY WORK OF ALL KIND TRADE FROM ADAIR AND ADJOINING COUNTIES SOLICITED SEE us BEFORE YOU BUY WI S Main Street Lebanon Ky ir1 C COLUMBIA PLANING MILL COMPANY ALL RINDS OF Building Material Rough and Dressed Lu ber- FURNITURE Made to Order and on Hands at all Times AT Pull Line of Windows and Doors I COLUMBIA KENTUCKY i teee a e ee e r To New QuartersWe beg to announce to the public the formal opening of our New Store ate I 356 West Jefferson StreetJust around the corner from fourth avenue FFor thirtyfive years we have been in business at 712 West Market Street and I t we trust the reputation established there will justify a continuance of public 1 patronageatournewquartersOnrStockWATCHESDIAMONDSJEWELRYe r ETC is strictly new and np to pate our prices as low as can be had anywhere I L L HUBER SON JEWFLtE1 S and OPTICIHT1S CXXXXi WHY BREAK1OURaBACK J When you can Gei400 Ball Bearing WASUMACUINE that a Child 14 years old can Wash a Tub of Clothes in 6 minutes Guaranteed to do the Work or Money Refunded Write fr prices en NEW WAY GASOLINE ENGINES r Address Department A care of DEfiLER BROS Rl3EHOTELTELEPHONEr ItJt e i j r j 7 7r J LOUISVILLE f1 r i r i2Yf i MMONreEpER Farmers are very busy cutting corn and preparing for sowin wheatSeveral from our neighborhood attended Conference at Colu m bia this week Mr L P Hurt attended th speaking at Jamestown Thurs day Several of our boys attended the match game of ball at Rus sell Springs last Saturday Aunt Sarah Jones mother o Dr J T Jones is in very feeble health at this writing aMiss Rose Conover has bee fora few days Mr J A Williams bought an agedmare of V M Epperson Price not known Rev McCormick and wife are visiting the family of Dr J TjJones several days this week Miss GirtieMurrah is visiting relatives at Russell Springs this week 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 LCodell Earl Shamburg has not yet forgotten hard time he encount ered He saysC Hwas worn out and discouraged by coughing night and da ratand couldlfind no relief till I tried Dr Kings Newt Discovery It took less than one bottle to completely cure me II The safest and most reliable cough and coldremedy and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaranteed by TE 3 Paull drug store 50c and 100 trial bottle free SPARKSVILLE Miss Hattie Gilpin was thrown from a horse Saturday and her arm broken and hand severly cup and bruised But fortunately no bones were broken Miss Pink Corbin is ina very low state of health at this writ ing Miss Lula Strange of Glenville is visting Miss Annie Lee Stange weekThe at Mr Kell Pages Saturday night was largely attended all who were there report a nice time H F Gaston left for Grantie Oklahoma Mondayb0 W t tie Gilpin attended the singing at Morris Chapel Sunday Mr L A Rowe of Indiann i visiting in this community Mrs Cis Corbin of Terre Haute Ind is visiting relatives at this place Mr Lowe of Columbia did business here last week Mr J T Rose spent Sunday at ft GradyvilleN 0 W Breeding and wife vis ited the family of Jl W Bardin last Sunday Miss Nellie Hurt of Breeding is visiting relatives at this place The singing at Antioch Sunday to conducted by Prof John Moseby was good C C Rowe and wife visited in Columbia Thursday it Misses Nannie Rowe Stella n- and Della Curry visited Hiss Frances Rowe Saturday night Your reporter has been inform ed that Mrs Jill Yttberry Will Jo t v r St te ytf ir oj 1 leave for Louisville in a few days J F Gilpin made a business trip to Gadberry Wednesday prog grssing nicely under the man agement of Miss Nannie Rowe D1RIGO 3IMrs Houston Strange is on the sick list this week Robt Young Burksville did business here last Monday Funs Baker Amandaville did lasft Fodder pulling and sorghum daynis in a get through before old jack frost pays his visit Selby Royse left last Monday for Texas J G Campbell has returned the Scottsville fair He reports Allen county on a boom and says the fair was 0 K Miss Lula Strange Glensfork has been visiting relatives at this place for the past few days Several from this place attend ed the social at Kell Pages last Saturday evening There will be a basket singing Independence school house the second Sunday in October Ev ery body invited to come and bring Windows of Heaven No The Misses Burbridge Fair play visited in this community last Wednesday NUGGETS OF GOLD When duty callsif in a whis er respond promply A man is never saved by evil nor is a nationtThe value of art is in the fine ness of its work the value of religion is in its goodness andI purity Woe waits upon those who crav ingly wait for wine To spot another mans faults andnot detect your own is a kInd of color blindness In a manly spirit do the work and use the good and face thedifficultburden of life The workshop of character is very day life 9rtsold it is not a marketable article Do right because it is right The greatness of a man is measured by the service he renders He only possesses time who pro ably uses it There is nothing so kingly as kindness and nothingso loyal as truth The busy man makes time even spare time- Faithfulness in little is fatal character v The envious Mart iliets no holiday i yKft r To conquer evil you must hate and have a passion for good Would you do much good Then keep on doing a little It is only by being an over rcomer1 I t C M WISEMAN SON IDiamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians H Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music IfallI IBetS D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any surgical 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 ON DISAP FROM COLUMBIA POINTMENT Coffins AND Caskets V 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 patronize J E Snow Russell Springs Dr Jas Triplett Dr J E Grant TRIPLET GRANT DENTISTS H Porcelain Fillings H Somnoform Gas Residence Phone 29 Office Phone 40 Ring 2 Office in Jeffries Building Columbia Kentucky the New Bobbitt Hotel NEAR DEP- OTLEBANON KY Neat Rooms Good Beds Good Table Fare and aV Good Accommodations as found anywhere First class in everything and most reasonable in price Thepatronage of Adair County solicited J D BOBBITT SON Prop J Dr os Dunbar DENTIST i HI OFFICE RONT ROOMS IN i JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3I Columbia Rentu91tY WILMORE HOTEL Firstclass Table 4 Good Sample Rooms t Feed Stable V Reasonable Rates r W MWILMORePRQ d Jl1e Kentucky 1s l ll 1 r k tI i ij1r rr t t r 7J 0 rVT T1 T P I e Jjtr iI l 1J JCC il C o ii 8h H r1Lrr i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA XylJ OCTOBER 16 1907 IItT WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS Weeks tlappenings News Important or Otherwise as Reported By Our Corps of Correspondents GRADYVILLE 1 f ValleyUMast Fridry J1 Farmers are sowing wheat Strong Hill is working on new i business house hisI LeathIerwoodays ago L S Smith of Burksville was in our midst last Thursday V Mr C H Yates was on the f sick list last week The Teachers Association was well attended here Rev Johnson our new preach er filled his first appointment here Sunday Our market is supplied with fresh beef every week Dr L C Nell will soon have his new dwelling completed Uncle George Flowers one of the oldest men in our town is at work early and late on his property H A Walker the popular trader of Columbia was here a few days ago AW Tarter was here a few days ago J A Wilmore a student in the L W T S spent Saturday and Sunday at home Dr S A Taylor who recently removed to Joppa was here last Friday Rev T L Hulse and family while enrout for Columbia spent a night with the family of Mr C0Moss hfv Mrs R W Shirley and daught l er who are teaching here are giving perfect satisfactions Prof JSL J Greenwell of Campbellsville was in our midst last week in the interest of the Baptist Academy Gov JIR Hindmam spent several days of last week here fencing his farm We used wire and at is certainly the best job in all this country John Q Alxander Creed Has ks and Dan Curd popular traveling salemen were here last week Our Methodist people will certainly buikLa parsonage here soon A better ipqaiiiqn could not be selected to be in touch with TV the work that would fall to the preacher v e 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 aedys Laxative Cough Syrup is a safe sure and prompt remedy for coughs and coldsand is good for every member of the family Sold by Page Dohoney Uv THURLOW v Suite a number from this place attended the singing at Greasy Creek wW Misses Mary and Ida Tucker and Maude Dawson returnedr irom Oklahoma SepteniSer 31 v y of i j and Miss Maud will begin her school at Glenview the 14 Lefyt witch Oct 9 a daughtere Prof E A Henderson a teach er in new college at Campbells villa was visiting at home Saturday and Sunday littlwdaughter Hortense of Texas who have been visiting relatives here for the past two weeks returned home Wednesday Rev B A Cundiff and family Bowling Green have been visit ing their daughter Mrs E F Metcalf for the past two weeks Bro Cundiff delivered two able discourses at Mt Lebanon the fourth Saturday and Sunday H 3 lis certainly a fine Bible scholar Mr plide Henderson wife and baby of Washington county are visiting relatives at this place The lightning struck a walnut tree in the corner of the yard of G S Hood also the kitchen Sept 21 But little damage Rev E N Metcalf preached his farewell sermon at Mt Leba non Sunday night Messrs Sidney Dawson and Thomas Curry were visiting i Adair county Thursday and Friday Mrs Alice Arnett is on the rsick list Quite a number of Friends and 9fMrj sixtyJfirst birthday and spread an ele gant dinner Some splendid music was rendered by the Youn folks Both host and hostess spent an enjoyable day Rev E N Metcalf e and fami ly left yvedn sp yfqrSmithland Ky W regiet to give them u as pastor and friends Rev TE Ennis returned his home in Kansas after a ion visit to his fatherin law Mr J D Blakeman Rev J P Vanhoy our new preacher was in our midst last Sunday night we are expecting him witlThis family this week ELLER The sick in this community are improving M E Tarter of Decatur was here Monday buying produce Clarence Rowe Monticello representing Mercennts Hardware Grocery Cowa here Friday Joe Wilson lost about 150000 by fire at his saw mill on Parks Ridge last week Marcus McKinley of near Bart Wednesdayenroute to ell Springs NRevG W Hartpf EH preach ed an interesting sermon at this pjace last Sunday W C Bernard was consider ably bruised Tuesday by falling t j f1 j r rt t from theroof of his dwelling now tmdercoflstniction Miss Mary MayGaskin is dan gerously ill with Typhoid fever Rev J M Pierce of Adair county filled his appointment at Clear Spring Saturday and Sunday s Joe Wilson andF W Wade re turned from Louisville Tuesday where they bought a new saw rig for Mr Wilsons mill Several of the young folks of this place attended the spelling at Clear Spring Friday night ROADS Mrs Bill Cook who was kick ed by a horse two weeks ago ist some better Curly Ballinger met with a very painful accident Ballinger and a boy by the name of Helm were fooling with a knife Bal linger got his arm cut Dr Wolford was called and sewed up the gash Boys play with the plow or hoe next time Tom Hurts little girl who gotI her tHigh broke four weeks1 ago cailttot walk a step yet There is a new boy at Willis Blakeyis Uriah Selby and Jim Holt left f f for the blue grass section last 1week with a nice bunch of cattle fMrs McEnally of Sano visit edhere last weelt PeteBradsh i of Cole had a J thenY were working the horse and it ran against a snag The horse died in ten minutes- Allen Perryman of Creelsboro who has been sick so long is able to be out againt 1 f FOR A GOQBjEAL VISIT tfiE sr Manhattag Restaurant ergIorroE YENT Prop 502 WEST JEFFERSON STREET- Opposite Court House1 iuisville Kentuckyi COFEEP Stomach Muscles in Old Age People should be more and more careful as age advances to see that their bowelsmore regularly In this way they can keep themselves in good health and prolong life The bowels are not as active in middlelife and old age as they rt are in youth and with the majority there 6is a tendency to constipation of a chronic and obstinate nature To ward off the possibility of serio Pepsin c ItIs especially suited to the use of elderly Dee pie because It Is prompt but gentle In action weakeningascathartic tablets Theo should not be used by children women old folks or weak people because tE they are too violent In action and generally griper Furthermore the respite are temporary It upDioreA remedy like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is f very gentle In action and yet thoroughly effec tlve and as It contains tonic properties i use strengthens the system Instead of weakening It The results are permanent because gradual and many can in a short time do away with the of all laxatives It win cure the most chronic sl constipation dyspepsia liver trouble bilious rx stomachbloating Ii stomach liver and bowel troubles To prove how effective it Is in oerlous cases cIllpartialtoUDdAanythmc TryitMIl8 or f a bottle at any druggist FREE TEST DrOaIdfrWIItsIsg Iddr byffiemedy dou we dabs and Is osly pa to thooo aatrmotwoaws IItI THEPUILIOas DIr OMDWELLSSYItUP PEPSIN Thkprolwt MIa wr Nsi 7 Wash O C HNor syg o tMaiweil RtIII j t THE EMPIRE WIThAl DRILLS IVi II and SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLS In either Disc or tics They are Machines that give universal satisfaction Fertilizers j We handle the Globe and tfjsh brands at Lowest Prices We are ready at all times to supply the public with ligh run Ding Buggies and Wagons W F JEFFRIES SONS Columbia Ky tl tJ E I StSOW J C POPPLEWELL iit t Snow Popplewell JI i Dealers in General Merchandisef Dry Goods Groceries Hardware i Buggies Wagons Harness Ferti fltZSr and Uundertaker Goods i ttt f Russell Springs Kentucky r ati + H e J THE jack ofaiCTrades V F JEFFRIES SON Agta I BRo 100 D 1 Pumps Water Shells Corn J Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills RunS Ice Cream Freezers r Runs Cream SeparatorsS Runs Printing Presses and other machinery IB the For This It costs nothing to keep not working It costs frOI lfto 2 cents per hour when working Fbr particular call on or Address T COI v 519 W Main Street I I PEACOCKS SALES CJ tJ 11j t r A two year old stallion KING PEAC06 15 hands high two I whit feet and a model in style He was sired by Jordan Peacock t 1 firaty dam by Artist second dam by Lexington This horse will please anyone who wants something dine and wh avaluefsincreashig with i agerA two year old Peacock mare dam a She Js 15 I hands high I will also sell a fine s horse as ood as the tfinterested in fine stocky iyour chance f J E FOSTER Ore nti1rg Ky ft llt J rf tlh t Renovated Throughout lute Satisfaction Guaranteed Enterprise Hotel CJIAS F GilTS tPROPRIETORS RATES Per Day 234242 Market St- LOtTISVILLE KYi- L aEJ tie Running fcress Paper when FairbanksMorse LOUISVILLE KENTUCKYI ri- x FOR mentionedus Lexingtongmare groin