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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1IIri t It i 1m it v S Y t tr y i t fT VOLUME 11 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13 1907 + NUMBER f jhelovers of astronomy may enjoy r VlijBeyiBral meteoric showers during Nov j rrember On the 14th to the 19th of Av the month the great shower of Leonids may be looked for after midnight vtEvery few minutes a swiftly moving meteor will be seen to dart out lbluiSh the constellation Leo in the North move across the sky leaving a faint luminous trail behind it Besides the Leonides there are five others well marked showers during the month all are bright and move slowly across the evening sky leaving a streak behind I them It is probable that nearly every shooting star which the observer may Ctgee will be of this class Careful V obseryatious of the appearance of these mystic lights and of their paths through j utter space are of much value to us in jv learning something of the nature of these sterams of particles with which Z our earth periodically collides and we valsb gain a glimpse of glory uncon T ceiyedl fA copy of the first issue of the Tay flor County Enquire under the New management has reached this office Itis it six column eight page sheet and fv rand makes a fine impression mechanically It is full of well written news And editorial matter wand if the initial x number is a fair sample of what is to follow the people of Taylor county should not hesitate in sending in their subscriptions The business men of tJ Cambellsviile should also keep up the libjijra fp tronage indicated by the first- 4lssue Mr W Owen McIntyre is the Auditor and publisher a newspaper man T of long experience t Mr Lawrence Wilkerson is erecting a V iK resi SBce Glenville Robert Wilv f burn has about finished t a comfortable home in the s me town The Blair Gar 1 house will be te in familyihaye removed from Monticello to Glen f mt Mr Marvin Traylor who visited hI in the Glenfork neighborhood ha s return ed his home in Indiana Mr N B Kei say who has Been iri Campbellsville has returned with his family to Glenville The above items were given in by Mr tfLC Hudson TThornton Yates the twelveyearold son of Mr J C Yates of Bradfords ville had his leg broken by being lack 4 ed by a horse Tuesday morning j The boy hitched the old family horse to a spry wagon and left part of the bar- nes Unfastened and as he went own a V sin i rade the wagon ran upon the mockand run j resulting in the above injury The wound was promptly dressed and is re portedvtp be healing nicely Lebanon Iiii Falcon LjJphn R Stone who died recently in Sti Josph Mo was 78 years old and a I native of Adair county He was a broth eHof Mr Albert Stone and the late Jesse El I quiteJr a sung man locating at El wood He- iwia man of honor and Bad filled many l fp ntions of trust When taken sick he a visiting his son C 0 Stone St JoiJ fcr4j i Funeral services were held atEl and the interment was in Belmont FIfP emeteryr faM J W Richards has taken the con ftactto build a seven room dyellingfo- ri buildingtProfP D Neilson near the Lindsay vti willbe one of the most attractive 1f homes that adorns the heights of Columbia l It is the purpose to have itlt J fi completed by the first of January I r i Mr TR Stults has been a great 4 Msufferer with a severe Boil on hiss neck upItshowed signs of opening Tuesday f J morning and by the time the retttrna Were all ihiTqm wag feeling Very well J L 1rrh i There were 3101 votes polled in Adair county last Tuseday The Misses Trabue forbid any hunt ing or passing on their farm I have a sow good stock and four pigs for sale v E W Reed Coy E Dudgeon sold hishouse and lotin Cane Valley to W R Hutchinson for 700 Born to the wife of RevT JL Hulse r Nov 51007a son fyfSamuel Union Thankgiveng services will be held in the Methodist church A pro gram will appear la er The stock law won in fhe Milltowns Gradyville and Keltner precincts and lot in Harmony and Elroy i Persons who have not laid in their Winter wood should do so before ex treme cold weather sets in Rev A R Kasey is conducting se ries of meetings at Jamestown jRus sell county people should hear him It is not generally known but it is a fact all the same that there are three wholesale establishments in Columbia Turkeys that do not want to be enjoyed on Thanksgiving day had better rbe making their arrangements to roost high The brick work on Mr N M Tutts r residence is completed The carpen ters e1JQl rapidly pushing their work The Standard Hardwood Mill CQm pany is closed for a week or ten days some necessary repairs to be made on the engine The minutes of the United Bretheren Conference held in Boling Chapel Hancock county are now being printed in the News office Geo W Staples manifested more real enjoyment as the returns came in than any other man in reach of the telephone exchange Money Found In the town of Colum bia last county court day The owner can have it by paying for this notice Apply toff W Richards 9 Quite a number of Republicans of this place havet already expressed their intention of being present at the inaug uration of Governor elect Willson With this issue of the News a large v number of our subscribers enter upon a new year It is the beginning of the v r eleventh year of the papers existence Since Mr C S Harris return from Virginia he has teen a b sym n Besides looking after his duties in the News office he has built a flue to the moon Prof P D Nelson has commenced his residence It is locatedyit the top ot the hillon the street leading to the Lindsey Wilson It will be a handsome cottage I There has been a great deal of malarial fever about town anaat several diff erent points in this county but at this writing so far as we can learn the pa tients have about recovered i EK and Marvin Young have bought Jackmans stock of groceries ndwill continue the buisness at the J same ftend Mr Jackman will go to his farm near Cane Valley The Republicans of Columbia were naturally proud of the election of theirs ticket but as soon as the st- orywaatoldn to busineea By Thurs4 y there were no manif Mti tionifm the affairs of mea indicating jtliit titl tfcnnadb4entiliela J To i iI 1 ff tr s VOLUME TEN CLOSED Just ten years ago The New made its initial bow fx the pub lic and pledged ao faithful con sistent and determined effort to better public conditions in tins part pf theState It also pledged- i existence and devotion to the principles of the Democratic ar- tY believing honestly that it was a duty as truly as it was a privilege So to do At that time the political pot was boiling over the Democratic party existed in two pieces and the balance of power swung to and fro as a Pendulum nt bitterns and a struggle for supremacy was continued for more than half of the intervening period and to say that the birth of The News and its guidance in its in fancY were surrounded and con fronted with the most obstinate and determiriei resistance to ikeep it from fulfilling its mission and measuring up to its open and avowed pledges is only mildly stating facts It is not necessary and not expedient that its history should here Jbe reviewed but to say the least it has passed through manY chilly periods and its striking down has been deliberately sought and determined by those whose partisan passion led beyond the botderof indUis trial advancement As a matter of fact they fa led and as evidence of that failure Te News is still on deck and more people reading it than at tany other time in its entire existence To day it is regularly mailed to twenty four hundred and the list stead ily increasing Just why it should have overcome the storm of fcantisan passion oust how it was able to daso and continueI to go canrtiotihe charged up to derelict of duty in support of the principles and the policies for which it was establised but must be measured by its efforts and what it has accomplished in standing for honest convictions and advocating progressive mea sires Without boastin and with no desire to parade advancement the News can truthfully state that it has come from only six hundred faithful subscribers pledged before its first issue to the full number of twentyfour hundred within ten years it has passed over the borderland j doubt and suspicion as to its existence established itself in the confidence and good will of the entire people of this section regardless of political ties or prejudices it has made an h nest determined effort to better public conditions to aid in the moral and intellectual advance dent of this part of the State and the response to its efforts lias never been beaknor uncertain PartJan biu1 nor other prejudices hazel not blocked its main ptir ebut the intolli ioe tlre io1 and the ii rf I I good will of our people rallied to its support and have helped to make it what it is That mistakes nave been made in many ways j all along is but natural but its editor has never know ingly antagonized any effort Ito advance this section of the State nor has never dwelt in an atmosphere purely political He has tried to aid in a forward movement accepting good from any and every source band deal- Ing fairly and squarely with ev ery one vHe has not been rigid ly partisan but has tried to do justice in the various campaigns through whi h the News has passed Coming from a crippled and incomplete outfit ten years ago with only a few readers and a job department barely large enough to meet the demand of only a few the News now prides in its equipments and ability to vineet the necessities and please the tastes of the people in Southern Kentucky in any thing de t siredjfrom a country office In keeping with what we have preached the News office has tried to be consistent The News has had its pleasures and profits its disappointments and reverses and figures on the same game in the future It is our purpose to continue the same policy to work for this part of the State as we havein the past to do all we can in bettering public conditions to live beyond a harrow partisan sphere recognizing good and condemning wrong whether in or tout of our immediate baillewick For the support and the many manifestations of esteelIWe tender our thanks to the thousands who have so liberally patronizedjthis office We can not pledge a higher nor nobler purpose in our w rkbut feel safe in promising better ser vice and fuller and rounder values as it is our purpose to keep up equipments for so doing Ten years have passed and The News is still young end vigorous When ten more shall 7i have been swept from the calendar of time we trust that it will still be on deck with the same pride ambi tion and purposes that have actuated it throufh the de cade just closed and that its many patrons will sill be in the land of the living with the same good will for its welfare The Official Yotev c r The following is the official oteofAdalrcounty in the re cent election 1rt FOR GOVERNOR i A E Willsbnv J x 1708 S W Hager L 1329 61PicERNERI xrw H Cox vv 1686 STrimbler 1306- el s Prohl i tq61 l E ARYISf t j 11atB Hubert Vxeeland t1l806 i 2 t Ft i Singer Prohi 61sATTORNEY GENERAL James Breathitt Jt 1681 J K Hendricks tJ 1307 Cooper Prohi ji 61 AUDITOR r F P Jamek T 168I H M Bosworth ll3 Wallace ProhI 61 TREASURER V Ed Farley I i 1684 Ruby Laffobn fi M305J fiarly Prohi 63 COMMISSIONER Rankin 1 1680 J W Newman v JL308i Carpenter Prohi 63 SUPERINTENDENT JC Crabbe 1688 M 0 Winfrey 7 i295 Haynes Prohi 62 CLERK OF COURT APPEALS Napier Adams v 1679 John B Chenault 13Q8 I RAILROAD COMI a r Tarlton it 1684t McChord 13101 REPRESENTATIVE j G L Periyman 1688 L C Wmfrey V lM AMENIJMEHTjTQcbN No rvr lr764 Yes Ti 296 i I The Laborcandidates feveive A 3 votes each s There will be singing at GleniIjfirstSunday afternoon in December conducted byiR 0 Cabell and Wesley Turner Every body invited to come J and bring their song books Windows of Heaven No 3 i Mr J C VanPelt who for many yearswas a wellknown traveling man making Columbia regularly died in Louisville last week At the time of his death he was Secretary of the Louisville Commercial Clud He was well known here where he had many friends t We often receive obituary notices so badly written that we are compelled to leave out of the Hews from the fact we have not the titiletJewrite them We J are perfectly willing to insert short death notices provided they are written in an intelligent manner Mr W C Grider one of the best citizens in Russ ll county ife likely to become a resident of Columbia He was here last Thursday with the view of purchasing a residence or a lot uppn which tq build Mr Grider and his ex cellent family would be valuable acquisitions to this community andwee would be glad to have them with us r Mr Grider is enterprising the charac ter of citizens we want FOR SALE irQ SRx One secondhand piano in good con dition L G Dohoney I 2t ColumbiaKysa V A FINE FARM FOR SALEM V Ji farm of 207 acres situated in Bethel neighborhood 3Jmiles south of Campbellsville on Meadow Creek road well improved hi high state of cult va tion Good nine room dwelling house with soft andhard water in kitchen sup plied by windmill Earn 60x70 feet With st mater tank inside hogpen with cementf floor grameryand wagon shed wood l hwee h4nhous and all over nececsa J rry out buildhigs Three liimCp s j and fruit of allkuwUr Write or call on me for further infdnnitibn ilfcf JB a CoppSjtf Hatcbtr Ky tLt i J f o oclI i TTI I lF r i 5b4 r vww J l f i r 2 HE ADAIR COENTY NEWS COLUMBIA for NOYEMBER 13 1907f Yr Afi fC1 q cit i1r t TERBACKEfc rt For many years the various religious organizations have made noble efforts to put down the promiscuous selling and use of intoxicating liquors Their attempts have been very success fill and especially has this been true of Kentucky where they have succeeded in establishing Local option in 117 out of the 119 countjes in the State This will j ever stand as a living monument t of honor but while doing this thY hav overlooked another great evih which is equal to if not greater than whisky This evil is nothing more nor less than the use of tobacco Prac tically no laws in Kentucky have ever been made to restrict its use Tis true that the ef focts of tobacco are not so imme diately manifested as are the effects of whisky but still they are far from being harmless and the crash must come sooner or uponIits user as the skulking murder er upon his sleeping victims who lies unconscious of the approach a ing danger until the fatal blow is struck Then he only feels the J sting too lat- erFor the convenience of study we classify the effects of tobacco A upon the human system underJK three heads namely Mental ef fects physical effects and moral effects We shall now proceed to con sider the mental effects They are very marked The brain is dwarfed and its cells are paral yzed and consequently their force destroyed The mind is poluted and degraded and the highest mental faculties are greatly interfered with l The boy who is addicted to the use of tobacco can never hope to have the vigor of mind that he itIThe will is also weakened by the effects of tobacco and the user finds himself powerless to stop the evil habit It has been quite truthfully said by some great man that the effects of to bacco upon the mental faculties are of the same nature as ma v 11iaa formof insanity vf One has only to observe in passing along the streets ofour cities and towns or to visit our insane sometr effects of tobacco on the mental man as well as the physical arid moralI Secondly but not of less im portance let us consider the physical effects No one will dare to dispute that they are very apparent especially is this true of the young Even those I who defend its use by adults dp not hesitate to condemn ISer6by those who have not attained v maturity who uses r tobacco do not properly develop E Doubtless the adult suffers equal miserable ly but differently It shortens Toba coiiapoisonJ and de sfcw tiveto all living cells both animal and vegetable W h e n It circularted in the h iL I rMr J HLJ id blood its influence being exerted upon every cell and tissue in the human body henfce it must be destructive to both life and health Some Physicians say that to bacco injures the periosteum that covers andfeeds the bones and gives rise to serious bone dis eases It has been found that the broken bones of habitual to bacco users heal badly Tobacco also has a very injuri ous effect upon the senses of- Acutesight taste and Hearing eyesight is absent in the tobacco fiend his sense of taste blunted thereby being rendered almost totally incapable ot distinguish ing flavorso Smoking oilycancer of the throat by its constant irritating effects upon the mucous membrane Tobacco has a specific effect upon the heart It poisons its muscle and causes it to beat less forcibly The nerves are poisoned the heart fails to beat harmoniously and as a consequence the user suf fers from palpatation Aside from the evil effects already mentioned it has a general effect upon thestomach and the nerv pus system Lastly I wish to present a few thoughts on the moral effects of tobacco not that I wish to pose as a moralist but I dp desire to bringalong with the dwarfed mind and stunted body the warped moral character Any thing that affects the mental and physical man affects the moral man because they are indissol ubly bound together Having spoken of its effects on the mental faculties I desire to say that it is through the influen ces which it exerts on the will that it is most harmful A man with a weak will is not master of himself hence he falls a victim to his passions and the probI able immoral companions After thirteen years experience as teacher I have invariably found that those boys who used tobacco in my school were looser in their moral habits than those who did not The tObac bespattered walls of our chuVches and school houses show that there is something morally wrong with the man or boy who indulges him self in the 3ocalled luxury I once heard Mrs Beauchamp the great Kentucky temperance lect urer in speaking to the boys of Kentucky State College mjake this assertion You give a rab bit a chew of tobacco and being no moral coward he spits it out but only offer it to p boy and he is not enough of va gentleman to keep from eahigtit- Doubtlessv there will be many i a boy when he arrIves at the brink of the burning lake will point his trembling emaciated linger back to this realm ctf time and place and exclaim v Did you gave me the first chew of tobac co Pierce Martin 1I Glementsville Ky WANTED 150 bushels of Sweet poatoes 150 bushels of Irish potatoes 300 unds of Jiutter aijthfviI y i LP C j c c 0 iiii J How io EAT ARIGHT Here are Horace Fletchers rules for eating which are given- to all patients of the Harvard Dental School dispensary says Worlds Work Eat only in response to an actual appetite which will be sat isfied with plain breads and but terChew all solid food until it is a liquid and practically swallows itself Sip arid taste all liquids tha have taste such as soup and lemonade Water has no taste and can be swallowed immediately Never take food when angry or worried and only when calm Waiting for the mood in connec ti6n with the appetite is a speedy cnre for both anger and worry Remember and practice these four rules and your teeth and health will be fine SENTECE SERMONS l Theres a lot of difference be tween having money and hoping to be saved by it You never will have the privi lege of symphathy without the price of suffering The lives of some of its friends hurt religion more than the logic of its foes Perfection is a good deal e- than the power of pickMg faults in other people You may know by its warmth and cheer whether a mans light comes from heaven Some people never display their retiring dispositions except in the face of an enemy Lots of men can outline a bril liant national quality who make a failure of ordinary percentage Ifyou go to church for the sake of your coat you are likely to leave your heart at home a THE TOP SOILi The value oft p soil as com pared with subsoil is not under stood as it ought to be If the great contrast between the two was sufficiently impressed upon many they would use every reasonable effort to keep surface soil in place It may be carried away by wind or water especially the latter This explains why in somanysoils the low places are so much more productive than the higher land Soil and humus have been carried downward leaving the high lands corn paratively unproductive Such denudation may be checked materially if not entite1prevented by plowing long the slope rather than up and down it by keeping the land well stocked with grass rots and by refraining from working the landas far as this may be possible during the season when denudation isv most likely to occur CONSGOOD NQi oung mnciniiope to rise in society or perform worthily his part ih life without34r fir moral character The basis V r r 1Y Irf Iofsustained and invigorated by the fear and love of God The youth who possesses such a character can be trusted In tegrity justice benevolence truth are not with him words without meaning he feels and knows their sacred import and aims in the tenor of his life to exemplify the virtues they ex press Such a man fyas deci sion of character he knows what is right and is firm in pur suing it he thinks and acts fo himself and is not to be madje the tool of unprincipled and time serving politicians to do the dirty work of party Such a man ha true worth of character his life is a blessing to himself to his family to society and to the world and he is pointed out t6 future generations as a proper example for the rising youth to emulate WIZEN THE WINNERS GO INTO OFFICE Although City Attorney A E Richards has not yet given his opinionas to the exact date on which James F Grinstead will be inaugurated as Louisvilles Mayor the best opinion of law yers generally is that Mr Grin stead can be sworn in at anytime after he is given his certificate of election It will probably take the remainder of the week to tabulate the vote and the belief is that Mr Grinstead will enter upon the duties of his office not later than next Tues day November 12 Th term of service of the pre sent General Council will expire tomorrow night The next Governor of Ken tucky will be inaugurated on the first Monday in December which will be December 2 The Lieu tenant Governor will take the oath of office at the same time The remaining officers of the State will enter upon their duties in accordance with the State lawj on the first Monday in January which will be January 6 Times I Every parent is like alooking glass for children to dress themselves by Therefore parents shouldkeep the glass bright and clear not dull and spotted as their example is a rich inheritance fort e rising generation LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER PLASTER u i VICTORY FOR lmtt 0 New York Nov 5 Sufficient makecerI tain the ultimate results show that the Republican and Inde pendence League Fusion in New York county was defeated today by a straight Democratic ticket that the Independence League ticket for Associate Justices of the Court of Appeals was over whelmingly beaten by the ident ical tickets of the Republicans thererwill be a slight change in the makeup of the State Assembly- In New York City the Inde Ps peals ticket was defeated 4 to 1 and the League vote upState waslight In the city interest centered in the county fight in which theiRepublican and Independence League forces opposed the Tam many ticket James W Gerard was elected to the Supreme Court with a wide margin over L Y Bruce Thomas F Foley defeated for the Sheriffs office the Fusion candidate Max F Ihmsen of the Independence League I ITwo WAYS sIThere are two ways to start ohV lifes journey One is to begin whereyour parents are ending magnificent mansions splendid J furniture and an elegant turnout 1 The other is tp ieg i t e neay er where father and motherpf iI blessed memorybegan You see you can go up as easily and g ace fully if events show it would be safe but it would be gad r and awkard to come down Anil it costs much now to live And business fluctuates and health is r uncertain and temptations from the side of pride are strong and many a young man who did not 1 mean to be extravagant has been led along and rather than face he posit ion and descend manful ly has tried to keep up by embez zlement and been called a swinj dler Our prisons are rapidly 1ttakeof the ladder t The only reason poultry raising doesnt pay on some farms isbfe cause the fowls are neglected Neglect cows or any other stock in the same manner and poor ret suits will follow IiIs a- mon substitute for corn II fl lime mortar Therei If t is intelligent economy in the use of this material The use of common linie mortar for plastering makes a weak and uncertain ceiling as it is li f able to fall any time and cause several hundred dollars damages You IrV lean den it like woodcontaining no sand you can saw or nailit like wood 7 tI MANUFACTyREB IY Kentucky Wall Plaster Cfe Brook RiverSfsI rBOTHPNOMES 226J Louisville KYI li operaui M0PSIE WALL PIASTE PLANT JeHerMivffle W PlimSSS Irf iiI y r c II a tL r iir TE OUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY NOVEMBER 13 1907 E t iLHave v 7f J A COMPLETE STOCK OF in IC mt i t WALL PAPER WIRE iLOTH POULTRY lE NETTING SCREEN DOORS WIRE Fence Roofing Spring Hinges Sash Hang r t ers Door Pulls Screen Door Catches Wino E dow Screens Ice Cream Freezers Refriger IE ators Garden Hoes Rakes Shovels Manure E Forks Wheelbarrows Snaths Haying i VToolsj Shears AT BOTTOM PRICES B 7r i + I m JOHN A HOBSON1m I Greensburg Ky V v v www tL Sii v VI m7iCmmmi 7i 7Irr171 71t7K lKii 7I N 7KnvKjiZ7- ct J i Fifth Avenue S HotelT i jPIKE CAMPBELL MGR t cRefuWished Redecorated and Re modled A Firstclass Hotelat Popu s r lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale and4VTheaters i FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS 4FIFTH toTatsviHe Kentucky liii The Louisville Trust ISouthwestGorncrI 1 i LOLrISVILLE Organized under a special charter for thesafe keeping of valuables o r every kind and description and the transaction of a generai trust business is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin i istrator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every position of trust that can be held by an individual JIi It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar teal and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assetsIts cor f porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great j financial strength I t 1 DLLER BENNETT CO 3 L 1jf v MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALPJ DEALERS IN i x i FURNITURE CHAIRS AND MATTRESSES i 1 Jl B27 WEST MAIN STREET I ri BB1 FIFTH AND SIXTH Lou s Mlle ky MARRIED MENc 1 t r 4 Thereiis an expression in the Itface of a good married man wio t has a good wife that a bache lors face cannot possess It is l indescribable He is a little nearer the angels than thrhand- somest young fellow living You can ee thath broad breast f isja pillow for apmebobys hd f v t 1t bj1 r and that little fingers pulled his whiskers No one ever mistakes the good married man Itis on ly the erratic one that leaves you in doubt The good one can protect all the unprptected females and make himself generally agreeable to the ladies and vet never leave a doubt onany mind there is a precious little woman at home worth all the wo ldto him J r ci J i I l HOW TO SUCGEEDBE SUCCESSFUL Almost every periodical published within the borders of the United Statescontains advertise ments of firms which offer to im part information to YQuug men as to how to succeed There may be a great dea of merit in the ad vertisements and in the methods used to give adequate return to those who payto learn the secrets of success from those who advertise Those who have no money to invest to learn these secr tsIhowever have no reason to g up hope Here is a bit of advice that will go as far as any that was ever paid for The only way to succeed is to be successful Dosent sound very profound does it It isnt Itsabout as simple as anything that has ever been printed and at first sight it ma appear idiotic But there Is a lot in it The man who succeds is the man who g- termination sto a successful eyery minutes un dertaking of every days activity The successful mans lift is made up of a myriad of successes If you let one little item of your days work get by you without satiSfy yourself that you have done your best on it on it ypu are heavily handicapping yourself If you form the habits of letting the little things slide you are preparing for failure A million treatises on how to be successful will no help you The trouble with too manyof us is that we are so busy trying to see a great success in the future that we cant see the chances for little successes under our noses Heaven Is not reached at a single bound andneither is success The only way to succeed is to be successful It is worth thinking overStPaul Dally News A Significant Prayer May the Lord help you make Buck lens Arnica I Salve known to all writes J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pain out of a felon for me and cured it in a won derfully short time Best on earth for sores burns and wounds 25c at T E Paulls drug store A GLIMPSE AT MAINE Maine is the only state east of the Mississippi that has more home owners than renters and prohibition Maine has thirtysix per cent more owners than rent ers To every one hundred families New York has seventeen clear homes owners and the saloon Massachnsetts has eighteen and the salo on iConnecticut inte n and the saloon J Maine has fortysix and no saloon Rhode Island has 26000 more families than dwelling houses s and the saloon- Conneticut has 43000 Massa cnusetts 162000 Maine has only 14000 It may be saidVtney differ in population and they do Rhode Bland has 266000 less thin Maine v Connecticut has fwentyiiine 1perTV A b r hundred per cent more houseless families s Massachuetts has four limesi more population and eleven and one half times more houseless familiesINew York has ten and onehalf times more people and fortytwo times more houseless families than Maine withoutlbhe saloon BE KIND IN LITTLE THINGS The sunshine of life is made up of very little beams that are bright all the time In the nursery on the play ground and it the school room thereis room all the time for little acts of kindness that cost nothing but are worth more than gold or silver To give up something when giving up will prevent unhappiness to yield when peristing will chafer and fret others to go a little way around rather thap come against another toa resent it these are the ways in which clouds and storms are kept off and a pleasent smiling sunsHine sa cured even in an hunble home among very poor people as well as in families of hi her station Much that we term the miseries of life would be avoided by adopting this rule of conduct Appendicitis Is due in a large measure to abuse of the bowells by employing drastic pur gatives To avoid all danger use only safetGuuranteed for headache biliousness malatia and jaundice at T E Paulls drug store 25c r GOING ON IN THE WORLD The first years of the pure food law has put benzoic acid on the run Tibet now has a newspaper The last hermit nation has indeed thrown down the barries Suppose the Bishop of London did beat the President at tennis Mr Roosevelt has laurels to burn Everybody takes a trip over the Erie the only American rail road that did not kill a passenger last year Germany is imitating France is separating church and state but not in the passionate manner of the proceeding i Amherst has received from Sir Chentug Liking Cheng a noblet gift of more than l50jO volumes of Chinese literature We are becoming more care less The Dead Letter office received last month more than a million pieces of mail matter Congregationalisms ar involved to tlfeir great credit in union movements in the United States Canada and South Africa Dr Fredrick A Cook is to be added to the long list of North Pole seekers He will make the attempt through Hansen Strait Casey County News Dock Pendergrph of Ellisburg drove a buggy over a large rattler one day last week and the shake got caught in the spokes of the front wheel and when he saw the snake coming up heleft for taller timber When he could collect selfhegot a ten foot fence rail Whichandratmeasurxlt tleeVfi Ip I o RESULTS ELSEWHERE i Following are results of elec I tions held else where Tuesday In New York City Tammany ticket is elected by about 30 000 pluralityIn o ok lYn the McCarran ticket is probably elected by a narrow majority In New York Edward T and Willard Bartlett joint nominees of the Democrats and RepubliI cans are elected and the Legis lature remains strongly Republi can In New Jersey the election is close with indications pointing to the election of KatzenbacV Dem by a small majority In Cleveland Mayor Tom L Johnson is reelected by a reduced majorityV PennsylvaniaJohn F heats Republican elected State Treas urer by 100000 Rhode Island James H Hig ginsrI nor r HOW TO GET TRADE The purpose of store adverbs ing is not merely to sell good but to sell more goods to make friends to build up a partronage that will not only stick but grow Newspapers reach the greatest number of people in their immediate vicinity in the most natural way at the least expense and they are therefore the best of all advertising me diums for stores In the news ofAleast resistance you follow with the stream ypu talk to an audi ence already assembled to the people who want to read Their mental cosmos is right they are wontonring off if Yoil hold their interest i Attraction is the basis of adver ingthe store is the sun the customers the planets that re U volve around itV4e REASONS WHYMARRIAGES FAILED J He did all the courting before marriageHe talked over his affairs with his wife He thought of his wife only as a cheap housekeeper He never dreamed that a wife deserved praise or compliments iRe thought his wife had a very easy time He married an ideal and was disappointed to finest had flawsJ He paid no attention to his Personal appearance after marriage He treated his wife as he treatwanother woman v A Hard Debt to Pay eI owe a debt of gratitude thafcaii never be paid off writes G S Clarkclof WestfielqIowa for my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Dis covery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent when I commenced taking New Dig coveryThe ominous dry hacking cough quit before the first bottle was used and two more bottles made a complete cnre Nothing has ever r equaled New Discovery for coqgW L olds and all throat and lung com plaints Guaranteed by T EPJl dror t 50cud 1 Trial tC 0 r T TT i t k 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY NOVEMByrr 11 i jiiitut g j hs enver we li ty JIh J It BY TEE Adair County News Company 1 INCORPORATED r CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic dqvotedto the Interests oftbe citp of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counueff Entered at the Columbia PoatofHce as laai mail matter t WED NOV EiI 1907 I DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Uiitctf States SenateGov J C W Beckham lonl Johnson was elected May or of Cleveland by a majority of 931cl 1 t Maryland Elected Democratic c Governor and a Democratic Leg lslaturef i Rhode Island reelected Gover npr James H Higgins a Demo crat The Legislature is Repub Bean and Geo Peabody Wetmore will be returned ix the Unitedjl r States Senate r Gov nor elect Wilson and I Lieutenant Governor Cox will go into office the first Monday in De cember which will be the 2nd day I of the I month The minor State officers will take the oath Mon day the 6th day of January r V There is not a doubt but Ken tucky is a Democratic State All 11the party has got to do is to gath er up the broken links and put them together The temperance I question and long tenure in office v did the work for the Democratic 6Jick t last Tuesdayc vMr L C Winfrey who was s the Democratic candidate to rep r resent Adair and Cumberland made as good a race as any other Democrat could have made un der the circumstances Thea A State election being on the Rer publicans it seems stamped un 11 der the coop and as they have- na tremendous majority Mr Win= Treys defeat was inevitable After hearing statements from committee of publisher Pres ident Rooseveltpromised to ree ommend to Congress the remov al of the duty on newspaper and to have the Department of Jus corns dine which itisIAlleged has 4 f been formed tofcontrdl the price Sand which is practically dictating the amount and quality of paper that any J publishermay secure I as well as the price ILliow rarnrwcA dispatch from Owensbbro of the 7th states that a gigantic deal between the American Sot tf t ciety of Equity of the Green River District Totoacccr Growers Asn sociation and the American To bacco Company was closed here 4at noon today By it all of the is 1 remnant of the 1905 cropland all of the 1906 crop now stored in I pool with the Louisville WarE hofl Compiny has beenlaold t- oytheTCo lt lis understood+ JfT t j7 a l that the price 1s approximately Ot50a hundred The 1207 croj 0J Ieaf controJle M 1h Rtner f lean society rof xtririuittTi and amounting to alb au tSOOOOOOI pounds has also been included in the deal +he price for the lat ter varies rom 9 for best leaf endandit is th o ugh t7all contention among growers in that section r Since the legislature on joint andsethe further fact that Governor Beckham is the party nominee there ought notto be any quibling over his election The voice of personalenemies should not cut a figure A Primary was called accepted by the party and he won his nomination by a decisive majority There was no question as to thelegatity of his nomina lion and no=Democrat can be justified in Opposing his election The effort on the part of some to make his election doubtfnl or to cloud the situation with fears can not met the approval of any true Democrat The Courier Journal seems to find pleasure in broadcasting an anti Beckham sentiment and from its reports there appears tobe almost revolt l against him Governor Beckham isnot persontlly responsible for the defeat of the party and it is a great injustice to try to make him suffer forit He is the party nominee and should be elected and doubtless will be The sweeping Republicanvicto ry in this State has no precedent South of the Ohio and while not pleasant tothe taste of true Democrats yet it may be a blessing inc disguise For the last ten years the political situation has been clouded with uncertainty and for the sameperiod of time the Demo- craticPartY has had it wars within rid its battles without constant ly on the run but never safe in itspostions nor certain of ultimate success The faqt is that all 9fi our old leaders were driven from power by the younger yet personal ambition seized the reins rode a fleeting public sentiment which was mistaken as perma ent evidence of efidorsement but fell fell at an unexpected time tak thebfond hopes of unwavering Democrats in e rypad of the StateJ While we havey no powder to regu late nor are weinclined to dictate yet as a Democrat we hope to seethe follies of the past outlived the mistakes corrected and Democra cy ethroned to rule as in the good old days of long ago honestly fearlessly and impartially The large majority to the credit of theJ Republican nominees does not mean that Kentucky is a Republi an State it does not mean that the people who gave it want Re- Publican theories to prevail but it does mean that thousands oft Democrats are tired worn outc and determined to change the management of our party That no one thing brought the defeats evident and no one man sretsponsibl Divisionover national c issues followed by party donvul glens over personal favorites ledI to defitiithe fir6t AHP in X895y anQt8n teheels of If ti j r I a is eytolthe ardor of youth but lacking in the wisdom of age and the victouy rthey Se cured lived only for abrief time and tumbled under the heaviest majority eve given against the Democratic party in a Southern State Mt is folly for one set of men in any State orof either par ty to claim life tenure in office for the people will not stand for it at any rate as we see the trouble we sum up the remedy as follows Allow thepeople to select the can didates instead of the candidates forcing themselves on the people Do away with expensive primaries and permit men of moderate means but well endowed inter lectually to present their ciaims before their party A primary is neither good for a part ynor beneficial to the country and whereveriI they have been in fqrce you can find dissention and disintegration the men of money capturing the prize This defeat rests on several mistakes as we see them and also the injection of a great moral question into politics The primary first and that long in advance of our needs causedmany- to lose their enthusiasm The ialsIgave the appearace of ring rule The dog law and the tax law both imperfect and largely impractical tleftcost the party many votes The Legislation and the enforcement of the laws against lIquorarrayed the manufacturers and dealers in dinkagainst the party and that in itself was sufficient to cleanup our majority There must be a correction ofr mistakes a changel of party policy or the continue to wag the body FROM TEXASI J 0 j v Quanah Nova 67 1tQ7t Editor News v Quanah Texas is a growing town of 3500 people as warm hearted and sociable as you ever saw in the world They are from all parts of the United States xQu nah is on the Ft Worth and 1Westminous of the Cisco R Rtwhich will be extended southwest just as soon as they can procure Tabor The labor ques tion is aserious one outhereA common laborer at these big cement mills three in number get 20 cents an twoIehorseing about 50 menat this time The country around here IS a rolling f prairie of rich farming ando t I Wheat oats cotton sorghum cane mIfumalZekaflh corn and alfalfa clover all grow fine here cIndianwell All other feed stuff grows perfection Alfalfa clover nbe anClis cut as often as five times a seasbn making an average pf a ton at a cutting and 1d though thYear at15 per bailedandputon the cars No li fWatermelons graw fine and there et being brought u14 town bY the ftgon pidiiiif aIrge asaJ w k K 0 r v l fJ ftfIs 2 nr Just received a niceline of Drygoods Clothing and I Groceries Country Produce wanted Give me a call W t SIMMONS HUMBLED 2 KY L I I We Pay 4 per cent on Tim Deposits I u cyl courtesy and kind treatment Guaranteed cunts and business solicited IA f I Capital Stock 2000000 Individual Responsibility 4000000 jTheINCORPORATED Edmonton Kentuckyt= OFFICERS C W THOMPSON presiqent J C MUNCIE Vice President A J THOMPSON Cashier C JP CARVER 4sst Cashier = DIRECTORS C W Thompson J C Muncie J F BellDr B F Taylor E F Hamilton J R Wilson A J Thompson A S == I water bucket for a dime Myself and family left Grady t vine 60 days ago visited our friends in Adair county about 10 days but did not get to see one of our relatives much les all our friends our time being limited We stopped over at Bradforcfsvjlle for a few days with relatives and friends then on September 16th we started on our journey here staying in Louisville one day and night but came very near not getting lodging the State Fair being in session lad it not been for ourI old friend and countyman J Yates we would have got left On the night of the 17th we left Louisville landing here oiij night of the 19th where the Kentucky boys were waiting to meet On usttvo miles out where I found ILf L Sherrill lying abed with lung trouble dying since I want to that on that day he thought was better and claimed that Lord had promised him he1 would get well and be as big and strong as he ever was but he gradually grew weaker until his death He Went prepared to meet his God if any inan eve r did He died easy without a struggle I next visited our oth r farm near the big irigation lake t and the lake itself and the little town of Damsite wher- ethereare milesof irrigation ditches on one 12000 acre farm doing thfri plowing by steam On this farms w hundreds of acres of alfalfa clover it being b five times dUring the year he land cost 85 cents per acre and the clover has net theo vner over 50 per acre k My familYare delighted vivth this place and the countryand wilLpossiblybe 6 ctftobut native countyy on a visit but not to vejust to eex ur relations and qends i here are afew old and mid fledged men RflgJwI will rli uld vetoAT et y r il t and dear to me and I mean to see them again sonie day In and around Columbia I have some dear friendsthat I willnev er forget If I should never see them on earth I hope to meet them in heaven All the Adaircounty boys ate J looking fine and seem satisfied with their jobs They call to seex us often and we are glad to haveir them willI close and will write again sometime in theutureo ff i I write forthebehefit of all my friends f at0fIwill come out you may have any y cold drink you wish J J Hunter a i I Druggist T k i HIS Own Jledume The man who sells remedies for most 4of fhe human ills and hears day after day opinions of people who have used these remedies naturally comes to know the superior from the inferior and when the time comes that he has to de cide on which remedy he will take he of course selects the one he has heard the most praise of His own opinion jI coupled with that of his customers 1 thatthethe field CityKansyears and when finally he himself began to suffer froth stomach trouble hehadnohesitancy in deciding which Remedy on shelf he would PepsInNowhighopinIonandheisIt was the oltenhadon what his customers who had used it told him hasbeenanydraggiswells Syrup Pepsin for obstinate constipation biliousnessdiarrheawhether the disease is In an infant child woman or ntan 7IUs the be st famity laxative It is gentle g raranteeresults to be expected Usually ono or two doss will bring about a complete change the better and as itis only 50 cents or SI a fOIJtie sure relief can be had for a few cents 1 bottle so you can see what it will do for you Those wishing to try Dr Cald 311 buyIngaddresslnsr the company Tns offer Is to prove that ths remedy will Co as we caIm4n Is only OPM to those iMT who h eta never taken if t have anv ssymptoms of stomacl lvccr or bV11 dszrse GenUzst yet most emctlve laxative for children women and old fciks A 4ashears parity gaarafltee No 17 Washington D i PEPSlfc SY3UP 139 f 119 G edwIl hi0 ionti eI0 IH WANTED ld j- 15Oibushels of Sweet potatoes 150 bushels of lrHbpotatof 3QO pounds o5- butter Caghmaxk tP atth 0t itHI L W1Wori y ri t r- l II I rJRCOUNT NEyS GOtUMSIA KY NOVEMBER 13 1907 6 L P RSJ 4 I tt I ll41issSaUiertfc week r Mr Geo Thomas came in Saturda afternoon x V Mr B H Gilpin Campbellsville was here Friday AMr j C Hedgepath Cannier was here last week t I 1 Mr V T Selby of Russell county was here Friday Mr Geo R Miller etas called to Louisville Sunday Mrs N M Tutt has been quite sick for the past week IMf J J Yates Somerset was here the first of the week Mr John Q Alexander Campbells vine was here Friday Mrs Jo Coffey Jr is spendingafew CampbellsvilleI V Mr J S Morris Hardy ville was here the first of the week MrJ T Tutt Milltown is in th e Louisville market this week Mrs Delia McGee Somerset isvisitin rher1mother and other relatives here Dr R A Jones of Cincinnati wi3itedj his parents at Montpelier last week Mr Jo Coffey Jr and Mr Tim Cravens were in Campbellsville Saturday Mr A H Marshall Campbellsville made his regular trip to Columbia last weekrMrs Birdie Stephens and Miss Kate Simpson Jamestown were here rSat r urdaYi S Mr Jack Conover left Monday morning for Texas where he expects to reside jMr W R Lyon was here Saturday lookingas well as he could under the pressure of recent evegtsr Mrs Jake Banks and Miss Mattie Morris Cane Valley paid their respects- to the News a few days ago J sMrs S G Bands and Mrs Nancy DuvallpCane Valley were visiting inrGolumbia a few days ago Misses Mollie Flowers and Sarah Tandy of ne and Bliss were J shopping in Columbia Friday rSr onngandAllen Walker eft for Danville where they have a lot of cattle tox place on the market Mr C M Durham wife and two children Elaise and Walker Camsb lls vine are visiting relatives in Columbia r this week I Mrs J Q Alexander and son and rMrs B H Gilpin who have been vi itngin Burkesville passed through Columbia Saturday en route to their homes in Campbellsvilje Mr J B Yates traveling out of Knoxville was here last Friday and Saturday Meeting him we asked What is the news I dont know any and dont want to be informed Miss Maggie Walker was taken sick in Washington D C and had to return home before her visit was out She was accompained as far as Campbellsville- by Mrs JJRussell where she was tJ met by Mr John Lee Walker who homecon rMr M Rey Yarberry who is a special revenue agent with headquarters at Baltimore Md and who has been atj home for two weeks willleave on his Return trip Friday via Porkersburg West Virginia He states that he had itvery pleasent visit home meeting many Qf his olcl friends H C Baker left for Louisville ikonday to be present when ant eration is performed on his little andson Lisle six year old son of r and Mrs W IfBaker of Dr Vance will be the operating surgeon All connected with Jl fhe little fellow are very much inter Jested and hopeful A stone is to be removed from the bladder hasfa Arthur Milling Company tort Arthur Texas Port Arthur is located on the Gulf and th ineTexas Mr Reed intered uPonthddss charge of his duties clerical work two weeks ago He is efficient and One oft Columbias best yqung men i J rrFORALEr I r A good farm consisting of 255 acres f sidi mile from Pelf bnr Adair 2Ar county Ky ron Grfeen River Two outbuilditfFN e s T 1 rf yaA I r o good water and plenty of wood Sit uated on road Within ml anhurch rain j stock aarm Migitwp good sized farms Could nearly all be putin grass or grain Terms easy And m a position to give a splendid bargain Any one desiring a valuable farm and wanting further partictlars call on or address S L COFFEY Casey Creek Ky or JOHN COFFEY Pellyton Ky 472m I v to STRAYED v j Strayedfrom ny premises on the 2nd of this month two cows one black and with horns one red and dehorned Will pay for their return or information to aid me in finding them Henry Hudson or 4N B Kelsey IGlensfork Ky Dr J P Railey makes glasses to suit all eyes Difficult cases solicited He will be at Dr J N Pages Drug Store for special work Thursday Nov 21st ilk Stock Sales I W B Gills sold a horse to Mr Will Gupton of Green county for 125 Mr Aron Moss of Creen county bought a pair of work mules of Willie Morris for 240 W B Gills traded a young mule to Bud Burton for a four year old mare paying 30 difference Mat thew Burton boughta horse from Johnny Goodman for 150Purdy corr t ooa 1 J L Darnell sold one pair of young mules a few days ago Price unknown r t oooJDenis Euband sold a nice bay horse to Claud drington for 150 last MondayCane Valley cor o c b J R Royse bought a milk cow from Wes Sparks foa 25Dirigo cor 000 John Squires bought one fine sow and twelve pigs as fine as ever come to Rus sell creek This purchase was from Penick Smith price twentyfive dollars Sam Smith sold a nice team of mnles to Coffey Bros for two hundred dol lars same party bought a team x f mules on Green river from Mr Wil liams for 300 Mr Charley Hutchison bought ar mule in Columbia for one hundred and fortysix dollars Pen ham cor 5 ooo Jo Hunter sold last week aynice bunch of hogstb Rollin Browning of Columbia at 5i cents per pound Gra dyville cor o00 t W T Dohoney sold Charley Brown ing a pair of mules for 275 He also sold a span to Charley Cabell for 279 0001 Mrs Priscilla Dohoney Vatnsall hunters against killing game of any kind on her faTmjvI 2 t FRO l ARKANSAS t Gainsvilev ijgy 9 1907 Editor News I Well t cannot keep from itI I must congratulate myoId chum atGradvvilie on his Johnnier on the spot with the I goods in the recent election held in my dear old State KentbckYKentucky- Thats right old boy just keep on and you will give us a fine majoritY1908 lsee in thelNe ws this week where mynepji w Jim Morrison is now liviiiin LpuisMlle f1 I would be gla d V hVJa few line from hinlr an6iovther Jdlionce ina l f whileoften enough to let vus knOVfrL QfY hls whereabouts r fc x leas rtQ t X sojn times think off trying to induce sonic of the Adair county boys to head out this way instead of letting them all go byto Texas and Oklahoma We read in a recent issue of the News where Miss Cl ra Wilmore a aughter of Pree SUIne had gone to Pine Bluff Ark to teach In todays pa per I see where Mr J H Turk pf Glasgow Ky is visiting in Columbia The name is quite familiar but wedo not know the gentleman Howe v we feel sure that he is one of the Turk gang as he has the right name Regards to all JR Turk OBITUARY rR L Sherrill was born August seventh 1872 died October the fifteenth 1907 j The deceased professed faith in Christ in the year of 1885 under the preaching of Revj Jesse L Murrell joined the- Baptist S church and was immersed by Rev Granville Dockery and from thatVtime1 lived aT devoted christain O 3 1l He had been a v cHfu f catarrh many years which tefmeriat i in that dreaddisease consumption lie left for Quanah Texas last Janryvith the hope of regaining health and to make that his- future home but instead of regaining in health he gradually grew worse Knowing that death was near at hand he called his family around his bed took each by the hand and badeeach good bye with a request to meet him in heaven He died rejoicing with the hopes of meeting with loved ones who have gone before He leaves a wife and five chrildren Barnett age 13 Willie I 11 Johnie 8 Rollin 7 and Sallie Pearl five a father step mother I three brothers and three sisters I and a host of friends to mourn his loss s Although we miss him we would not call him bask If we could for we know he is with his motherland three brothers in that bright mansion above He was a devoted husband a kind fattier an obedient son and- a loving brother Dear brother thou hast le tus Here thy loss we Deeply feel Bnt tis God that hath bereft us V N He will all our sorrows heal I His sisters Sarah and Florence Sherrill t SourStomach No appetite loss of atrength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol relieves Indigestion This new discov cry represents the juices of digestion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol for dyspepsia does not only relieve Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy feel all stomach troubles by cleansIn- gpurlfylncweetenln C and strengthening mucous lining thq stomach Mr ss lien of Reweod Wr Va says- I was troubled with wwr tonMeh for twlftt7 ears doIancI me Md w er f0W usiatit Ia aUIf baby FOR BACKACHE WEAK KIDNEYS TRY MW1TTS KDNEaii4 ILADOEK PILLSSvi M M 1r7 ft CliYv t V iHf LJ t 1 r ti 1MO yeS 4 r 1RoIk- PI M1111 1 is the staff of Life Therefore have it Pure f I I I wE dont use any thing but the very best of wheat rom which to make our Flour We have the very I latest improved machinery for leaning wheat andthe Best Machinery on the market to make the lour All this together with thirtyfive years experience in the Mill Jbusiness 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 I Highest Cash Price for Wheat and Corn i and will give more Flour in exchange for Wheat than you 1can 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 g theBestYOURSFOR BUSINESS f W R1 Myers t 7 saAt n t rA Happy Thought r i to look for Floor Coverings at Kentuckys Metropolis and Louisvilles Best Store HnHHiifh Bros Centrally Located524 526 and 528 W Market street IIY IIIthatfeet by 128 feet is brim full of fine values and our modern display of mi CARPETRUGS ALL SIZES 360 different patterns will as to the happy tfyougnt of being induced to visit this up J impressyouItablishment raJi trz 4i r1 ih1 trJrTJ k U R VYSobtis lr fl full line of BUGGIES and JigSNEss and doublesingle r d j VJt1EHT ID RLIt ItS POWERS 1 13InES iBJ DER TWINE t All dsofFjela I Seed s i parm Iml el1s jI tJ LPJELPS 1entti t SASH Sashand EXCLUSIVE r Door HdtteI- S2 WHAT WE ARE I N t 3y CONFINING OUR TTENJIONq t I we are enabled to carry a Larger Stock end a better Selection than any other House in the South u Send your Orders to the QUICK SHIPPERS C J irJ from5tJfi Lt RPOFIATEPL J iA J 1I i DOORS 215217219 E1Maui So j w Opi VIL Ka t r- J I v I fr jj THE ADAIR COUNTYNEWS COLUMBIA KY NOVEMBEI r iII i I Ivt BE SOCIABLE f 1 3 jHayTthornein Ms diary makes record of a day wherein here solved to speak to no human being He went to the village gotI his mail at the postoffice return ed and triumphantly records the fact that he spoke to no man Is i it any wonder that with all his genius Hawthorne was a melan choly and essentialy an unhappy man How much wiser and better f the opposite course Thin of how much happiness you con vey to others by kindly notice and a cheerful conversation Think how much sunshine andsociabili ty it lets back into your own soul Who does not feel more cheerful and contented for receiving a polite bow a genial good morn ting a hearty shake of the hand Who does not make himself the happier by these little expression of fellow feeling and good will IISilence and a stiff unbending re i serve are especially selfish and essentially vulgar The generous I and polite man has a pleasant re cognition and cheerfulword for l I all he meets He scattered sun beams wherever he goes He paves the path of others with smiles He makes society seem geniel and the world delightful to those who else would find the cold selfish and forlorn An what he gives is but a tithe of what he receives Be sociable then wherever you go and wrap lightest words intones thatyare sweet and a spirit that is ge inial HeToughtsiGettysburg David Parker of Fayette New York who lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Electric Bitters have done me more good than any medicine I ever took For several years I had stomach trouble and paid out much money fo medicine to little purpose until I bega taking Electric Bitters I would not take 500 for what they have done for me Grand tonic for the aged and for female weaknessess Great alter ative and body builder best of all for lame back and weak kidneys Guaran teed by T E Paull Druggist 50c en BLAME ON ROOSEVELT INew York Nov 6This morning presents its compliments to Roosevelt and begs respect fully to call his attention to the elections returns from New Jersey It says Mr Roosevelts pluralities in Hudson Essex and jVEorniouth counties New Jersey in 1904 foot up the 55571 Thisfall before the Presidentialr campaign of 1908 these counties record the political sentiment as follows Essex 3800 Democrat ic Hudson 15000 Democratic Mormouth 1100 Demqcratic and the total Demotratic pluralityr is probably 50000 The sun says sence the Roose thYnews has come from Washington that the President is rewriting that part of the message which has to do with the money of the country Perhaps the political revelations of yeaterday may suggest to him the expediency Iof a still broader revision of the document tit i Indeed of Congress did not so SQOn convenee he night find it Il worth while I to tear sj up and Write J i a tHe whole thing over again The World is about to say today i on most reliable infor motion that Roosevelt without changing his policies has determinded upon a radical chamge in his political methods Instead of continuing with sweep ing charges and semisocialistic demands for new legislation he is to proceed on lines of calm thought moderation and sober judgement latekJerseyIThe Tribune says the loss of New Jersey to the Republican party will be a great one New York Times v CONCERNING WOMEN Governor Folk of Missouri has appointed a woman Miss Adelaide J Tompsonof Jefferson City a member of the State Library Commission The women of New Orleans recently made 13000 for a city dispensary and visiting nurses association by editing and pub lishing one issue of a newspaper The Daily Item lThe womans Club House of SanFrancisco was totally de troyed by the fire which followed monthda new and beautiful club house will be ready for occupancy Certainly California women are not easily daunted The next International meeting of women suffragists will be held in this country in 1909 probably in New York City the home of Mrs Carrie Cbampman Catt the President of the Inter national Woman Suffrage Alli ance Corn responding Secretary of the National Woman Suffrage Association has just returned to her home in New Orleans after spending a month at the Association Headquarters in Warren oftiio Miss Gardbn be lieves that southern women will be enfranchised before their northern sisters are L Feeds and Butter f If oil meal is fed in large amounts it has tendency to pro duce soft butter that is butter that will melt and run down when exposed to a very little heat If fed in normal amounts and the cow is used to it the oil meal Jill have very little if any effect the quality of the butter The extensive use of cotton seed meal has the to make a hard Ibutter It has coteton seed meal forms the main part amuchehigher melting point and in sep arating and churning the cream much higher temperature isr nec essary than in dealing with ordi nary milk This is the case only as said before when the cotton seed meal is fed in large quanti ties Wnen the ration is only a limited amount it is probable that ticused tothe feed t it 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 f1I DIRECTORY 0 ti POST OFFICE J N COFFEY POSTMASTER Office hours week days 730 L m to 8p In COURT CIRCUIT CoURTThree sessions year Third Monday In January third Monday In May and third Monday in September Clrcult1ndnH C Baker Commonwea1th Attorney A A Huddleston Sheriff if B Patteson Circuit Clerk J F Neat monthComsTiJudgeJunius Hancock County Attorney G P Smythe ClerkT B Stults JallevA W Tarter- AaeesaorG W Pike Surveyor W M McCubhln School SuptMrs G R Shelton S CoronerC W Rowe CITY Coma- MayorCapt W W Bradahaw Judge Attorney Gordon Montgomery Marshal P T Smithf j CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN BURKESVILLE STREET ROT J F Claycomb Pastor Services 2nd and 4th Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 930 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night METHODIST BURKESVILLH STREET Rev A R Kasey pastor Services let 2nd and 3rd Sundays In each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 am Prayer meeting Thursday nightBAPTIST GREENSBURaTREET Rev J C Cook pastor Services 2nd 3rd and 4th Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9am Prayet meeting Wednesdoy night CHRISTIAN CAMPBBLLSVILIE PIKE Eld ZT Williams pastor Services second and Fourth Sundays In each month SundaySchoolevery Sabbath at 930 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night LODGE MASONIC COLUMBIA CODOB No 96 F and AM Regular meeting in their hanover 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 AM No 7 meets Friday night after full moon E G Atkins H Pa Horace Jeffries Secretary CoLMBtA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month E G ATKINS T L T R STULTS RECORDER SourS StomachNo mppotttb loss 61 strength nervoui DOSS headache constipation bed breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all duo to Indigestion- Kodol relieves indigestion This now discovery represents juices of digest- lom as th exist In a healthy stomach combined With the greatest known tonlo and reconstructive properties Xodol for dyspepsia does not only relieve Indigestion and dyspepsia but tills famous remedy helps all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes Matog the stomach- Mr S S BAB of f avsawssd W Va stystr ftl was troub1ed with sour rtiBuck for tw atyye a Kodol cured and 1MI gtn Dow Yatog to aik BAOKAOKC WKAK KIDNEYS TRY WITTS KIDNEY aM IUDDIH P1LLSSM MI S VraiMTMl fcy JC aiWITT JtOO Ok1s Div J ff page Aea Call I K j I HARDWICK fres J H COCKE V Pres R H DJETZMAN Sec CoI1fJIIIHi W ICs 1TS rnACHiN1sTS I IIDEALERS IN I ENGINES SpiLlERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIETeeNTHHftIN LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK SOLICITED I All Kinds of Machinery Repaired Woodson Lewis Greensburg J KW y Have just received several car loads of Disc Harrows Dagger Tooth Harrows Mowing and Reaping Machines Riding and- Cultivators Walking Cultivators Tongue and Torigueless Land Rulers and Clod Crushers Lime and- S aIt 1 Quality THE BEST The Prices the Lowest You will save money to call and see me If you cannot come write s Wooflson Lewis Greensburg i Dr James Menzies x OSTEOPATHY f j ii I i I j CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE AND Utcc r 1I1 AT RESIDE o II Columbia Kentucky IJ y F w The Campbellsville Machine Shop fS Handles HEAVY and LIGHT WORK Boilers Remodled and- allBoi1 Repairs made Heavy and Light FORGING t a r P of all kinds dope ENGINES and OTHER MACHINERY RE= 1 ffGUILT Work is done by Mechanics Wto hew New Try fc ft t I j mpell vnle Kcntuck ij- L t4 t 7 hkt t i I t f i- J J 1I i 1 v- 1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY NOVEMBER 13 1907 fl I I I a NOTICEI tl fiftRDFN STAVE COMPANY INCORPORATED 10000 Capital Stock t 111 MANUFACTURE FULL DRESSED OP BEER STAVES INEAR Will buy your timber at a good fair price and can use timber that will not make other staves Will also sell you the best JELICO COAL at 22 gents per bushel de livered at Columbia Call on or address L P BKRDIM CRE NSBURC KBNTVOKV f1 lIrI I t e j Kimble Hotel f J W KiMBLE Proprietor 5 i 5 fGOOD ROOMS GOOD BEDSv I Day Sample Rooms Free 4 FEED AND LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION 4 4 f Russell Springs = Kentucky fii 1 Frank Corcoran f t PJJ3H RADE MARBLE AND GRANITE CEMETERY WORK OF ALL KIND TRADE FROM ADAIR AND BUYli Main Street Lebanon Ky I COLUMBIA PLAMG MILL COMPANY ALL HINDS OF- t Building Material Rough and Dressed Lumber FURNITURE r Made to Order and on Hands at all Times DoorsYCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY iii F r s New QuartersWe beg to announce to the public the formal opening of our New Sto- reatStreet Ii6 West JeffersonJust around the corner from fourth avenue thirtyfive years we have beep in business at 712 West Market Street and v g we trust the reputation established there will justify a continuance of public I patronage at our new quarters Onr Stock WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY jIETC is strictly nowand np to date our prices as low as can be had anywhere g II lilt L HUBER z and SON8SWHIzE1 OPTICIHfJS iI GXJO OOOOOOOOO0o0ooO o0o0000 CXXXXtJ uUcxi WilY BREAK YOUR BACK When you can Get a 1900 Ball Bearing WASH MACHINE that a Child 14 years old can Wish a Tub of Clothes in 6 minutes Guaranteed toxdo the Work or Honey Refunded Write f r prices ea NEW WAY GASOLINE ENGINES I Address Department A care of DEHLER BROS HOTELTELEPHONE iiii t LOUISyiLLE K YI iv 1 IBRAIN KEAKS Failure only makes success sweeter A lot of people go away from home to tell the news The child that always has its own way usually ends in a bad theImaking of a clean city is the clean home Poor bread has been responsible for an awful lot of domestic troubleThere is something lacking about the minister who is popular with the worldly minded The man who has accumulated riches by fraud is very apt to look upon poverty as a crime The work day seems doubly long when its wage must be paid out for yesterdays dissipation When a man fails he is apt to call it luck When we win we are quite sure it is pluck We never hesitate about ac cepting an invitation to dine when it is extended by the good oldfashioned woman who is proud of having taken a premium at the county fair on her preserves and pickles The Commoner 1 SENTENCE SERMON The girl who feels like p the last rose of Summer ought to be thankful that she is not a last Summers rose A stich in time saves the whole wedding garment in eternity A fool and hisemployers mon ey are soon in the whirl on wall Street One moral upheavelin politics doesnt make the millenium The endseat hog was once some fond mothers pretty little r PigWhen in doubt kick the trusts some more The religion of doing things needs to pick its things carefully- A Christion who can travel a thousand miles and never betaken for one would need a mi croscope to find himself in heav enA great many people are so busy hugging themselves that they cant extend a helping hand to others Luck is chiefly horse sense with its weather eye peeled con tinually THETHAWiCASE ti ram informed by good authority that conviction of Thaw is not deemed possible The source of this opinion is of course one on the prosecution side whom my informant met during the Summer The opinion does not surprise The greater the delay in Thaws second trial the better for the prisoner Naturally Thaw nettles at incarceration in the Tombs but deferment of trial is materially helpful to his side upon the ground that wan ing interest in a matter on all sides invariably diminishes the chances of getting a jury to con t J I vict It is highly toorthat should the jury again dis agree Jerome would be inclined to subject the county to further great expense for another trial in which event Thaw is likely to become a parole as the Patterson woman is for the Yuong murder New trial December 2nd EVERYDAY PHILOSOPHY =Wisdom is hard to get but still harder to lose i Whem in doubt dont doubt more than is neccessary The secret of happiness is to keep the secret going When people steal glances their attention is arrested Be a gentleman a whole gentleman and nothing but a gentlemanCheerfulness is a splendid tonic Take internally externally and fraternally Take things as they come and send them away a little better than they comeIYou cant put a bug into some peoples ears until they have been humbugged- ItI is an easy matter to see the good in everything when there is enough good in you Think before you speak while you speak after you speak and whether you speak or not Some people are content to bnild air castles because they cannot build anything see Many attemps to kill two birds with one stone result in losing both birds and thestone If it has seemed good to do good once in a while it will seem better to do it twice in a while Some men are as honest as the day is long and as honestas the night is long after they go to sleepPay as you go when you can pay before you go whatever the circumstances pay It is an easy matter to con clude that some PeoP1e ave lost their mind but it is difficult to name the thing they have found in its place No man can forget the mistakes he has made in his past life because He is continuallylremind ed of the lessons they have taught him for goodThe Taylor Trotwood Magazine I W F Massey says There is no crop that pays better for the L most thourgh preparation of the soil than the wheat crop He advocates also the use of 400 lbs of acid phosphate and 100 TI lbs of mu ate of potash per acre An excess of nitrogen he states is pttq issue too rank a growth of straw and a consequent falling and lodging of the crop The most successful wheat growers today never use any artificial application of nitrogen to the wheat crop depending entirely on the rowth of legumes well manured and turned under from the pre ceding corn crop tha cultivation of which makes the best of fallow ireparaioji for the wheat l IDiamondsWJSEMAN and Precious Stonesl I Jewlers and Opticians V J Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall W Market 1132 1st 2d StLouisville Ky II S D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil SpaVin or any sur gical work done at fairprices lam well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE FROM COLUMBIA ON DISAP POINTMENT I Coffins AND Caskets HI keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop J E Snow Russell Springs Dr Jas Triplett Dr J E Grants TRIPLETT GRANT DENTISTS H Porcelain Fillings T Somnoform Gas Residence Phone 29 Office Phone 40 Ring Z Office in Jeffries Building Columbia Kentucky The New Bobbitt Hotel J l NEAR DEPOT LEBANON KY Neat Rooms Good Beds Good TablejFare arid aa Good Accommodations as found anywhefK First class iu everything and most reasonable in price The patronage ot Adair County solicited J D BOBBITT SON Prop i Dr O S Dunbar DENTISTr OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN r JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky e WILMORE lOTEL Firstclass Tafcte Good sample Rooms Feed Stablet Reasotiable ate W M WILMORe PRO iradyv il1e Kent kr1 1 t t L J Ir T t J1wj 1 i c4 ii- r f ltJ ri4f 8 mH DAIR COUNTY NEWS QLUMB KYNQVEMB 3 1907 fffd 7 I 4r+ WIJoJJRCORRESPOND i TS tf A h f ReportsIrJi f ed By Our Corps of Correspondents I r it t w ICANE VALLEY ii Bingham Moore who is now ft f- J conductor oil an electric line in New Albany Ind is at home on u r vii visit Robt Atkinson of Highlarid Park who has been visiting his y r nephew Dr E B Atkinson fo ithe past two weeks returned to home last week Uncle Bob tl r as we all call him is a fine old r fellow and we would like to have him with us again i Mrs C D Moore is visiting her son Tom in Ill Mrs JIM Thomas of the neighborhoodrwas visiting her daughter Mrs Ed Hancock Several days of last week Messrs Jim Humphress and Gus Jeffries of Kriifley paid u a flying visit last Thursday We have several cases of phoid fever yet Willie Rei vJohnston our clever merchant of Coburg is quite sick Dempsey Rice and Bob Hancock are im proving slowly We hope to see our boys out again soon fo they are all nice and big jaln men Geo Cundiff who has Been inI r Illinois for several months is at home on a visit Coy E Dudgeon of Columbia vyasoutSast Thursday and soVl his property consisting of house and four acres of ground to Wil lie Hufcherson for 700 Mr and Mrs Flegm Christie were in Louisville last week k 1JjWj Miss Virgie McLean of Co- lumbiawas visiting here sever l- kdiys of last weel i- jr is Miss Pearl Coomer was visiting v friends aril relatives at Gresham stweek ti GRADYVILLE n 0 flf Chatman Browningpf Mill town was here Friday Harlan Hindman of Lebanon t parTitelts 4 i Rev Johnson fined his regular appointment here last Sunday Corn on this market is ready 5v sale at 250 per barrel ys weekicaused several hogs and beeves c7i FTslaughtered the Wilmore Hotel y a begin next week 5 r J A Diddle is not throwgh sowing wheat thinks he will get f done byXmas t f W C Yates of Portland was in our midsHast Friday l V v Mrs JA Diddle visited i Columbia a day or so of last week vBY Thompson will move to the TorhiDo well farm In the nea JlIII J uture r 1i1Irv LGB date Jpppaj visited the family Of Geo H Nell one day x Iferweek1 vv i The work on D L CNeIls house is nearing completion When completed will be con venient as well as comfortable Miss Lula Davis of the L W T School of Columbia visited the family of Mr C 0 Moss last Saturday and Sunday Somersetiwho is traveling out of Knox ville Tenn fora dry goods 100 made our town last weeit did a fair business with our merchants I Our farmers put in several days of last weR gathering coru and they find their crop not any better than they expected Con sequently corn will be high and scarce in this section Dr L C Nell Co bought last Monday the tract of land in Deansland for 2360 We understand this land was bought worth ther timbereddand more especially white oak e The election is over and the result is generally known While therundexpected to most of us we succumb to the majority We feel assured that w1r made the best Sight wf could We trust that new administration will give us a good governmentand when the four years have ended they can turn the affairs of the state over to the ones that have made it what it is as good shape as it was when they received it Suc cess to them DiRIGO News are as scarce in this sec tion as hens teeth J W McClister and Bamerd Harvey did business at Columbia Friday Some boys from this place at tended the spelling at Chestnut Grove Frjday night The election has passed and the and the Republicans claim the vic torYI am unable to says whether it isariOld confidence game or whether the people wouldpre fertoseethierStatein debt and pay higher taxes Some claim that it was the dog law that did it 5ut let it be what it may if It is a fact thatthe Republican ticket was elected I can say that the fiendish gang who murdered 4 Geobeiwill be let loose to dis= tracethe state and Ber College berechartered h totverynbuisy gathering corn Mr James Suddarth is buildi Mrr Charley Hutchison is the boss when corn pletedwill be the finest barn in our neighborhood John Willie Cundiff was lucky 414 j last Thursday night Something had been doing with his mothers geese and he said I will trap for the scamp and sat two traps and cought a large owl that measured 53 inches f tipIMr Rheii Squires and Miss Montra Thomas were in Greens burg last week shopping Miss Phelps of Cumberland county is visiting Mrs A B Cox Mr Jake Feese is lying very low with fever Mr Richard Hutchison bought a house and lot in Cane Valley paying five hundred and twenty five dollars and will move his family there in December and pinto the mercantile business e regret very much to give him and his estimable family up luck to you and your family Dick R L Faulkner from Romine bought 2 acres of burley tobacco J from Ernest Cundiff for one I ndreaand twenty dollars f Same party bought J P Todd s crop of dark tobacco for 7 cents per pound Miss Birtie Farris gavespelling last Thursday night There was large crowd and all reported a nice time and had good spelling Miss Birtieis teaching the Cyclone school i J P Cundiff bought 8 acres of corn from obL Groves for 1QO to be gathered in the field RUSSELL SPRINGS Rev J T Betts is conducting a Bapftist church Rev Betts is ay fine preacher Willis Phelps has moved to the property recently purchased of Rev Geo Dehart Mr Phelps moved here for thejabenefit of his wifes health and she is greatly improved W H Hopper of Irvins Store was in town last Saturday Mr Hopper is contemplating locating here for the winter AuntPatsey sister of Benjamin Wilson is visiting friends and relatives her David Watson was home last week on a visit The AcademYis enjoying the best attendance ever known T S Isbell wasat his home one day last week Mr IsbellsoldTa house and lot to Mrs Ermine Wilson of Felix Ky price 600 Rice G Woods Our popular banker has moved to the Humble property in the west end of town Our bank is doing a splendid business It has already outgrown its present quarters and work is rapidly beinV done for the new building Vi Jich will bea good one I The election went off very i quietly so far as we can learn digikingP FOR A GOOB HEAL visiT THE 4 r Manhattan Restaurant and Lunch Counter OTTO L VENT Prep 502 WEST JEFFERSON STREE- TOppy to Cent Verse LouisVille Kentucky REGULAR MEALS 2k REST COFFEE J r I I L ri f a TilE EMPIR r L 3- EtrI I1LLSf I and 6f SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLS In either Disc or Hoe They are Machines that give universal satisfaction Fertilizers Wehandle the Globe a nd Fish brands at Lowest Pnces I tWe are ready at all times to supply the public with ligh run ning Buggies and Wagons W F JEFFRIES SONS Columbia Ky eee+ f Eo SNOW J t POPPLEWELL fJ i f Snow Poppl wen i l r IDealers in General Merchandised tDry Goods Groceries Hardware 1 J k Bugles Wagons Harness Ferti ei hzer and Undertaker Goads f 4RusseUprings Kentucky i ie e TheJacKof pumps water shells corn s ws wood grinds feed churns hutterv runs ciper mills runs ice cream freezers runs cream separators ruris printincr presses and other ma chine He is runniif the press for this paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from rnejfo moo V cents per hous when running For particulars call on or addressa Fairbanks Morse Co jt519 West Main Street Louisville y W P Jeffries iI Sons Agents Columbia Ky j r t t UI Jr ttjj 1f PEACOCKS FOR SA1B Xf I r I wi sell ther Or all the stock below mentioned c A two year old stallion SING PEACOCK 15l1a h4- fF tiro white feet and a model In style He was sIred by Jordan cook vl firstd31P by Artist second dam by Lexington This horse will please anyonewho wxais something fine and whose value is increasing with 1age a v i 1SAqfJbands high I will also sell a fine suckling horse coi t OGJl as the If interest in fine stocrapjdly growing r wbe this4 tyour chancy i f3FOSTER Qreensburg Ky 1 v Z f Completely Renovated Throw ghn Absolute Satisfa tioniGuaraiteeJ o telEnterprisCHAS GANSBRQ 1r PROPRIETO RATES 100 Per rarket 234242rE f St 4 r LOUISVILTUEKY t II ri t