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I J i 5 I r rcy a l 4 i i rYLUM E XI iit COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20 1907 NUMBER 2 f t The residence on the farm known as f tl1e Geo W Cook property now owned iby Jo Murray was consumed by fire last Saturday ternoonatfive five oclock Mr j FrMk Allen and family were occupy s the residence but Mr and Mrs Allen were in town leaving their children at tF home It is supposed that they built iy top large a fire the sparKs reachin tpthe roof setting it afire The whole Mr Allens honsehold good were des JtrOY The citizens of Columbia an vicinity are coming to his relief it JMr J jKL Dulworth who was i town Saturday informed the News p that Green county citizens in the neighborhood of Camp Knox had ordered a f scraper to be used on the pike from Greensburg to this place He said that the scraper had been delayed fitt in shipping and that if it had comer through promptly it would have been i put to work several weeks ago He il1 i confident that Green county will come with her propositionbuild the pike Ifrdm Greensburg p the Adair county 3 line trE t Blue nd te iS thenam pf a semi iS f monthlyp perthatinade its first ap fpearence from the Lindsey Wilson Training School last Friday It is well gotten up and is full of spicy para graphs and will doubtless prove a paying V adventure judging from the number ldfaSsfappearing in the first issueS iyit is edited by Messrs James Coats and Douglas e Penlandj assisted by Miss MlKatie Murrell and Mr G B Jeffries The associate editors are Philip iJiMilliams Myrtle Hendrickson and f vAmes Wilmore The mechanical work li cecuted at the News office I Liij yDohoneys latest book Th Average American Mr Doh hey is a native rr of Adair county but for many years BqJ fie has been a citizen of Paris TexaS MSB jiebook is well written containing many chapters of historical ihJorma t tion There are many incidents record wof Adair county people and the 7 3 opening chapters contains a part of Mr gj f honeys early life in Adair county 5jhe writer is a gentleman of superior T ability and the Average American is J compiled of incidents that actually oc lred The book sells for 50 cents jSjM Orders can be leftat this office jj The Louisville tobacco sales for the i week ending last Saturday aggregate Hf 1560 bogheads 1053 by auction and 533 privately Included in the sales were i63 hogsheads of new Burley and 13 I hogsheads of new dark 746 hogsheads l of 1906 and old crop Burley and 644 Sir hogsheads of903 and old crop dark f jai From January to date sales total 112 U 342 hogsheads against 132224 hogs heads in 1906 Rejections this week were 28 per cent of sales by auction The weeks receipts were 792 hogs heads compared with 500 in the corre I sponding week of last year Receipts since January 1 have been 94460 hogs headsColumbia j is still thrifty and the peo pie prosperous and happy but ifwe had a graded public school in keeping with other progressive towns water works to protect against fire and make bettersanitary conditions there is not a doubt as to how fast the town would grow and increase its volume of business On these two propositions the growth of Columbia hangs and while it may not be endorsed by Rome of our heavy f I vtaxwhen the above state ent will not be disputed If we hope to keep the val ues of property up and see tHem im- Prove we must do something and who siirerassway or who willsay that nei r of Lthe aoove are needed I s jf-1 t 1 I fr r 1t l r WILL LIKELY REMAIN HERE r It has been known fE several weeks receivngg PFopoaitio from two essee for the coming year and it has been whispered around that he would Meetinggus he had notified the brethren in Tenn s situatedin Columbia and that he was sure to remain upen his present work evenevidencejthathe will his appointments far the coming year will be Columbiar Zion Gradyville and Cane Valley l RUNAWAYr Last Saturday afternoon as Mr Ray Flowers was entering Columbia irid when opposite the residence of Mr Sa Lewis a shaft of his buggy broke fall jng upon the heels of the animal he w drivniq The horse became frightened and started at breakneck sPedRay kept MS seat until he got to Mr Rollin Hurts front gate when the vehicle was wasupeetrthrowmg Ray outThespeed of the horse was not checked Hhe reached Frank J tlcmans lot on the jquare Ray was not hurt but kindling wood wasmade puirof the buggy l v Ilt l VAN flOY fSQUIRES 4 Last Thursday ternoon at the res idence cityjfMr Ed yen Hoy and Miss Rosa Squires were united in marriage The ceremo ny was beautiful and impressive and was witnessed by jfew intimate fiends Immediately er the rites had been solemnized the couple left for theirhome Cane Valley The groom is an industriousyoun farmer popular with his associates The bride is a daughter of the late Ed and Ellen Squires rand is quite a favor ite in the neighborhood where she was born and reared 3he News extends its best wishes to this very deserving couple 0 I tr MARRIEDrr j s 1F vr jlfc Wl T Feese son of Mr GR Feese a prominent farmer6f tie Green river section and Miss Annis Watson daughter of Mrs Kate Wat son who resides at Watson this coun ty were arried last Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock in Cane Valley Rev W S Dudgeon officiating The groom is an industrious young farmer and is pop ular with all his acquaintances The bride is one of the best young women of the neighborhood For the present the happy couple will reside with the brides mother The News extends its best wishes j TOM PICKETT DEAD Thos Pickett son ofthe late Capt G W Pickett died on Wednesday the 6th of November He was sick only a few hours his death being a great shock to the neighborhood He was aI good neighbor and a deyoted husband He leaves a wife andseveral brothers and sisters The funeral services were conducted by Rev Johnson in the presence of a large concourse of relatives and friends I DIED Mrs iBetaey Ann Humphress wboI resided near Knifley this county died on Thursday the 14th She was theJ widow of SflajvfluiBphressi and a sister of Robt Humphress lier maiden name jr being Humphreys The intermentWM earlwr lat4bonit Fialar J T 0- S Born to the wife of EdSinclair Nov 17 a son Wm Princeton Born to the wife of C O Moss f NoTtBrnbertL adanghter Judge H C Baker paned circuit J court at BurJcesville Jast Mondays vTheaX s W quietus on corn gatherhig for a feW days ISeveralc qre are4o bebaritized tby Rev Jy C Cook vat Zion next Sunday P I Eld Tobias Huff aker will preach at Hutchmsons School House next Satur day night Forty shocks of cain seven tons of hay for sale WS SALLEB i Miss Georgia ReyJIJcMillian will be 1at the courthouse this Tuesday even in JBorn on the 14th to the wife of Mr T A Baker of Cleburne Texas ja ten poundson j Miflfown Gradyvillei Glenville this cbnnty and SeventySix Clinton coun ty are now blessed with money order post offices Winnie Harmon a threeyearold daughter of George Harmon who lives in the White Oak settlement died last Friday night x Dr J E Grant and wife and Mr M M Murrell united with the Methodist Church here last Sunday all by letters from other churches f LOST Gold handle of an umbralla The I ttersJ M E are ingraved upon it Finder leave at the Misses Eubank Millinery store If you know yourself to be indebted to The News or if you are doubtful about it jt1st send in some cash and the same will be placed to your credit r lDr Grissom has rented the residence at one time occupied by Rev W C Clemens near the M and F High School and will remove to Co lumbia Miss McMillian who will give a reading at the courthouse this Tuesday evening is a daughter of Rev J pO McMillian and is a very talented young lady Callers at The News office are re quested not to take the time from our compositors They can not do justice to the business and entertain every 30 mimutes WANTEDOne hundred cords of four foot wood atthe J indsey Wilson Also will pay market prices for Irish and sweet potatoes butter turnips and cabbage Hunters are haying fine sport shooting quail Allen McCaffree aud Luther Chapm n killed fortyone Saturday Other hunters reports that they have had fairly good luck Services at the Methodist and Bap tist churches last Sunday forenoon and evening wore well attended and entertaining discourses wer delivered by the respective pastors The Louisville cattle and hog market was rather dull last week 0V Saturday choice export steers were quoted at 500 to 525 Two hundred to three hundred pound hogs at 535 to 545 Our fcusiness is made up of small ac counts and many of them so we must expect all who get The News to be prompt in jfyer Every thing thatI eriters into V prJDtincofIce ia5rvid vaneandthe margin betweenoo iSd the telling price iaexx cHYlYuoee jrar coin ioleet 1iiS f I r PETER DUNCAN f Jle Switched and Took the t rJfulr ic Acid Route While Being FrankfortPREFERRED DEATH TO THE PENITENTIARY A dispatch from Somerset dated November 12th contains the following account of the suicide of a wellknbwn character of Russell county While on his way to the State penitentiary from Russell county Peter Duncan swallowed an ounce of carbolic acid here tonight and died within a few minutes A physician was quickly summoned but the deadly drug had donn its work Duncan was 63 years of age and was convicteft at the last term of the Rus sell Circuit Court of the murder of his neighbor Dave Mann The jury gave him a sentence of twentyone years puncah was in the custody of Sheriff Hammond of Russell county Alter I swallowing the drug he asked Ham mond ta tell his wife that he had taken it preferring to die rather than go to the penitentiary at such an adv age He leaves a wife and several sendback to Jamestown for burial When asked where he got the drug hie refused to tell LOOKING INTO THE WINDOWS People have already icommenced selecting Christmas presents and if you will watch the ladies as they pass around the square you are reminded from their anxious expressions as they stop in front of the large decorated windows that they are looking for andlovedsuitableones It is a pleasure and ji gratifica lion to many to make their selections pay for them then wendj their way homeward to wait patiently until the birthday of the Savior of Eman rolls around How isit with those who are not comfortably situated and whose purses are empty With longing hearts they look into the windows admire the handsome articles say nice words con cerning them but go home with a heavy heart becausemisfortune surrounds them and they have not the means to 1pay for articles they wouldllov ever so much to purchase If there was ever a time when home mission money should be raised it is just before the holidays It has been the custom offthejSunday Schoolsand churches of Columbian o see that every child in the community receive a present oil Christmas morn ing and we takeit thatjthesame spiri- pervades t now as in the past and that on the morning of the 25th of December every child in thejlcommunity will be remembered The School in WestColumba district taught by Mrs MaryHarvey shows an enrollment of sV pupils for the fifth month and the sixth Ior last month opened with an enrollment of 53 This shows that Mrs Harveylis an excellent teacher and wins the love ofjRier pu phs as well as theconfidence of her patrons Eld WK Azbill delivered a very entertaining lecture bafore members of Columbia Lodge No 96F and IA M last Friday evening His Isubject was the Origin oMIawnryJand its Relation to Religion He quoted Scripture showing that Masonry and religion Were so interrvoYpn that a man couldtot good Masonandf ail to bs gaoQdChris t J Ji t tiara Thfl ttreiriis2fuU ofnformat- ion and WAS a ittraat tojthe meiiil ers of tkt Frattenity iirhdlihiM relit I J L After this week the town will be in Darkness for ten days It is necessary I to have some needed work done on the plant and the defective parts will have to go to Louisville Trim your lamps The News office now has the most complete stock of stationery quantity and quality considered that has ever been seen in a printing office in South = ern Ky Wecan fill bill bigfior little Mr Luther McFarland Rowena wasIhere Monday He informed us that there was a good tide in Cumberland riv er boats running regular A gr tIdeal of lumber and thousands of staves are being shipped to Nashville A man named Brown was shot from ambush on Tennessee Ridge this coun tyJast week Brown was walking along the road receiving a shot in the hand He did not see any one but it r is generally believed that he has an idea who shot him The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris ian Church entertainedjat the home of lion J F Montgomery last Friday J evening coffee and sandwiches being the bill of fare A great many people young and old put in their appearances t spending tlie evening very delightfully It totthe mouth of Greasy Creek is not prog ressing as rapidly as the contrators would like to see it hands being hard to to get and the weather for several days being unfavorable However there is no letup and the pike wilfjbe finish I ed in a ewZdays I From ths statamants of farmers and cropsJfyield both in quantity and quality while r the fodder is as good as was ever known In the face of a large hay crop and a bountiful yieldof other feedstuffs corn isgoing at 300 in Columbia Mr Geo W Rexroat of Russell county while in town last Saturday in formed us that the corn crop is his sec tion was above an average and is sell ing for 2 in the field or 225 deliv ered He also stated that the acreage in wheat is below the average but is lookinglunusually wellijJ J Master Lisle Baker of M6nticello d who was carried to Louisville last week to be operated upon didnothave toe placed Under the Knife The little fellow was relieved without an oper ation The result was veryjjgratifying to his parents grandPa nts uncles and aunts SpeckYIS was repalrmg IS smo e house last week when Jean ax which was lying upon a plank above his head fell striking one of his feet putting tne fore part off A doctor was sum Imoned and the wound dressed Atthis writing the patient is renting easy Mr G Rasner has bought of Mr L C Hurt the laundry machinery and will operate it at the old stand He will not be ready 3f or work for two weeks and for ivhi1e he will take only family washing As soon as he gets every thing in running Jorder he will secure the serviceaof an experenced man and will fake shirts collars eat i Mrs Georgia Shelton School SuperinJ t tendent has recently visited every r school in the county ninetytwo innum3p ber She found many schools in fine con i dition and well attended In some dia trictethe attendance was notasigoodsi1 t it should loe She also states that many of theschool buildings keout of f repair in fact toojfar gone to be rei1 Ptrdawf thatJiay housw will ii e1fU have tobeer t3Child reu er- aihly cannojIo angoDJia uaiomfort 1 beIilding3 H Jii illy ii H5irn t J I 1 1J L C liSie vir iv v v X J i 1 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KYi NOVEMBER 20 1907 QYWAY OF COMPARISON The following dispassionate comprrison of Kentucky With Bother Southern StatesV which was recently made in an article or Educational Progress of the South in School Science and Mathematics of Chicago is of interest to all Kentuckians The splendi educational pro gress of the southern states during the last few years has never been equalled by any other people in the history of mankind and is an iddex to the enthusiastic interest which has been and is being aroused among the people of this region irtall matters pertaining to thoroughness of education and the elevation of intelectual life and ideals It is most encouraging to know that the improvement has begun at the foundation of our educa tional systen with the public schools and that it forms there fore af permanent basis from which to build New school houses have been lengthened laws governing child labor and compelling attendance in school have been enacted better train ning for teachers has been pro vided in state normal schools and new sources of revenue have been opened up to supply funds to carry the work to an immedi ately successful issue The elevation of the character of the work done in the public schools must naturally be felt in the high schools which are being multiplied in practically every southern state A higher grade of work can be established and maintained It is possible therefore to strengthen the college curriculum and increase the efficiency of every higher insti tution of learning in propotion as the character of the work in each unit of the system as elevated So far Kentucky has had but a very small part in this forward movement as compared with the splendid achievements of the Car olinas Alabama Georgia Missis sippi and Texas Nevertheless some things have been done to improve conditionsthe length of the school term has been in creased from five to six months state normal schools have been established at Richmond and at Bowling Green Ky school im provement leagues have been organized and most important of all perhaps the conditions now obtaining in the state are being investigated and the truth made r known to every citizen of the commonwealth jMueh of what has been done we owe directly to i ithe enlightenedt women of Kentucky not to the wisdom of its l legislators r tIt is hoped that public opinion which is now more fully aroused may sweep Kentucky onward into the full current of educa tidnal progress and make itas yin its earlier history the first Jrather that well nigh the lash Estate in the union in theachieve T ment of truly high standard and ideals of education gfMltis too late just now to make any comments on political matters j L but we cannot too strongly con demn the action of two members of the AntiSaloon League of Kentucky in sending out telegrams stating that the democratic state ticket had formed a combination with the liquor people whereby the latters interest would be proaected These tele grams were sent without the knowledge of the President of the League and without giving the candidates an opportunity to say whether or not they were true The telegrams bore the ear marksof a trick that had its origin at the republican headquarters Messrs Collins and Young of the AntiSaloon League were sadly duped and have hurt the cause of local option and temper ance far more than any of its enemies The Ledgue must be reorganized if it ever expects to accomplish any more good in Kentucky STATE DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION Plan for the 6th Annual Kentucky State Development conven tion to be held in Louisville Nov 19 20 and 21 are rapidly maturiug and acceptances are be ing received from eminent speak ers who have been invited to take part in the program Every line of industry will be given due attention on the program speak ers of wide renown discussing topics which are now occupying the minds of the citizens of Ken tucky A local committee on arrangements composed of a dozen leading business men of Louisville has the work in charge and it i evident at this time that the 6th Annual State Development Con vention will be the greatest meeting of all Low railroad rate have been practically secured by the committee on transportation under the chairmanship of W A Russell General Passenger Agent of the L N R R7 and the hotels are being prepared to entertain delegates without an advance in rates Letters of in vitation are being mailed daily to leading citizens of Kentucky and- it is expected that there will beat least 600 people on the floor of convention Forest conditionsii n the Appalachian range and in Kentucky in particularwill be discussed by W L Hall assistant to the chief of the United State Forestry service Mr Hall has had charge of the recent in vestigation into the hardwood situation and he is well prepared to teach Kentuckians needed les sons in the conservations of their forests Agriculture will be discussed by W M Haves assist ant ecretay of Agriculture Wil wilsonbe as well covered and it is anticipated that much ood will acre e to the State through the mediu of the convention r Congressman Watson has de clared that he regards Secretary Root as the wisest man in the world today on matter relating to the affairs of the nations For aman who wants to run for oiernorjf Indiana heis not making a strong bid for the White House indorsement i khr GOVERNOR 6ECKHAH TIlE NOW INEE Governor Beckham is t eDemI ocratic nominee for the United States Senate Mouthings of traitors frothings of those with a grievance hysteria of the en vious the yelpings of the whole Blanche Tray and Sweetheart pack TO timeservers revenge seekers and political claquers can not change or affect this one vital fact The editor of the Times is neither the friend the apologist Or the defender of Governor Beckham or his adminis tration or the socalled machine For two years he has managed to exist without them and they have certainly run things with out consulting him With their active assistance last Fall he could have won his race for Con gress he did not receive this and he lost But in matters of su preme moment such as this he is not so small as to fail to recognize his plain duty Truth is truth and the assertion that Governor Beckham is the Dem ocratic nominee for United States Senator can not be de nied His defeat orhjs supplant ing now would rend the Demo cratic party from top to bottom and would bring about conditions the ruinous effects of which would be felt for years to come Senator McCreary and Governor Beckham submitted their claims to a Democratic State pri mary The fortunes of political contest decreed that the latter ist be safely asserted that nei ether Governor Beckham nor his friends were guilty of any act hiss adherents would not themselves have committedthat one sid was just as bad and not one whit worse than the other So well was the finality of this contest understood that at its close while passions were hot and feel ing running high Senator Mc Creary himself conceded Gover nor Beckhams election and de clined to push the fight farther There is there can be no for again reopening the bitter ness of the late senatorial prima ry campaign The great mass the large majorityof the Dem ocrats of Kentucky concede 6ov ernor Beckham s nomination and will vigorously denounce any at tempt to rob him of it There isbut one way Governor Beckham can be defeated for th Senatethe ndmination can not by any process of right reason ing be wrested from him at all If a few Democrats however in the rancor of personal and poUt ical hatred so far forget them selves and their party obligations Repubmlicans against their own accredited noniineethenirideedthe evil work is accomplished to the satisfaction of enemies of Demo ientforocratic harvestings will be surly sownIIf one nominee is to be ruth I lessly slaughtered why not another i Why not ignore the will Vr tyr r For Christmas LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER PLASTER for plastering weak uncertain as li able time cause several dollars damages YouJ can it wood containing sand can saw or nailit like woodfMANUFACTURED Kentucky Wall Plaster CoIBrook River StsBOTHPHONES 2267 Louisville Ky1 Operating HOOSIER WALL PRASTER Jeffersonville Ind Phone of the majority altogether Why not stab and cut and thrust and destroy at the sweet will and pleasure of every malcontent and disturber of the peace Once begun this process ot blind unreasoning relentless elimina tion will pursue inevitable to the point of utter anni lation It can end only in the destruction of the party in whose ranks the war is waged absmate ter Were the situation re1 versed it would stand for Sen McCreary just strongly as it now supports Governor Beckham It is for the man who by party law by every reason ofright is the Democratic nominee and should receive the solid democratic support of Anyeother course party or party treachery and par disaster Glasgow Times TELL TILE NEWS A Every newspa erwdnts to publish the news The better the paper the more prosperous areeespecially hard to i down How many times have you been approached by the newspaper men for an item of merit and told him that you knew nothing of interest Probably at the time your family were away on a visit some one from out of town was visiting at your home Of course you didnt mean to deceive the scribe yet when you received your paper you wondered whys your family or friends were not mentioned A good way to avoid of this is to kindly inform us of the facts or drop a note in the ix stoffice to the paper The one item may amount to much but several columns of such news is the life of appeal paper f7t 1 E have an exceptional nice stock of J5JW Tdatcbca 3cwelrB famon0 Silvers ware Clocks etc etc suitable for Christmas presents at the very low est prices WE reset diamonds and do reliable repairing Xeonarb twber 8 Son JEFFERSON ST NEAR FOURTH STREET ie Is a substitute for Common lime mortar There is intelligent economy in the use of this material The use of common lime mortar makes a and ceiling it is to fall any and hundred den like no you BY Also PLANT 555 0 its course ator as means US i run or all j IJ 356 SAVED BY A WOMAN Daisy Fitzhugh Ayres Wash ington correspondent for the CourierJournal in Sundays k10lingwoman was the restraining factor indirectly in saving from destruction the celebrated Crit ten en oak inthe Botanic Garden CrittenedeJwoman is Mrs Conrad H Syme wife of one of the most enterprising young lawyers of Wash ington himself a West Virghifan she a Harrodsburg beauty in her girlhood Miss Vevie Forsythe iiain his evening paper that the famed tree united with Kentucky thetyo to make room for the Giant statue raised his voice in indignant protest It is an outrage he e claim ed to his wife that with all you gtontto committedWhats odys businessI is nobodys business responded Mrs Syme with gentle wisdom Suppose you step into the breach yourself i Ill do itexclaimedMr Syme He snatched the receiver from its hookwith a lightning clutch called up Judge Gould of the Court of Chancery arranged for a writ of restraint and next morning personally stepped ijand saw that one of the landmarks of the capital was saved to the nation just as thevfinal preparations were made for the felling of the tree The prompt and efficient action has Syme a unique fame Papers from Maine to California are r u ding with h eWoit t 1r M ai 7 LiIRCOUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY NOVEMBER 20 1907 i n k 1 1 17 I Have 1iff w d Ii t I ll r 1 t Cr j i A COMPLETE STOCK OB Q J110 S jSJ 7IS jl lei C WAt JAPER WIRE CLOTH POULTRY WIRErtEi Fence Roofing Spring Hinges Sash Hang I ers Door Pulls Screen Door Catches Win f l dow Screens Ice Cream Freezers Refriger m ators Garden Hoes Rakes Shovels Manure iS Forks Wheelbarrows Snaths H a yin g 7 rj vTools Lawn Mowers Grass Hooks Grass y J Shears AT BOTTOM PRICES IE Aj 2f fb I 17i 7- iv ii n I 1 r w JONNA I HOBSON I ie IIE I LI Greensburg Ky n- V mItlir o oi 1 V rt Fifth Avenue Hotel iPIKE CAMPBELL MGR t Refurnished Redecorated and Re v modled A Firstclass Hotel at Popu 4 lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale v tand Retail Districts Churches and f x Theaters4 w- l FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE tFIFTH AVENUE BET GREW AND WALNUT STREETS L L itisvHe I Kentucky I r t ntThe Loui vin Trust Gbrn Pil rysouthwestMarCorner t LOuISVILLE Organized undra special charter for the safe keeping of valuables or r every kind and description an l the transaction of a general trust busi J ness is authorized tor act iii any part of the State as Executor Admin isiralor Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill verypI tion of trust that dan be held by an l dlVld1lJ V t 5 55j r t It accepts and Executes trusts of varied character and its fairimpar t al and prpfitable management is jfuaranteedly its large assets its cor- porateI property its maKoi gent fireproof office building and its e inanciOlistrength i tII v v V 7 blLLEITBJ NNETil CO 1 r 1 1ANUEACTURIRS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS iIIN r V v 1 tnt i l r FURNITURE CHAIRS I ia j AN D MATTRESSES t x mr WEST MAIN STREET tl FIFTH AND SIXTH It occurs to us now that there was a vast number of people in rFthe county who knew exactly a f how the election was going They kept the secret to themselves however until after the result Ii t was announced We have rarer ly ever observed so many people in position to say we told you r lfsobut no one remembers that f ithattheYdi tlyoii sJ jtw rSI r I L yujsvjIle j hIt by one of the ministers of a neighboring town a few weeks ago that he would preach on the subject of Hell and Who Will Be There Before Sunday came around he received letters from three lawyers two merchants two town officials dan editor threatening to sue him for slander if he mentioned their names in the discoursev I t fi J IN KENTUCKY Mis Mattie Taylor who is makin her home in Lexington after reading the election returns sent us the follow ing poem V The moonlight falls the softest InXKentucky The summer days come oftest In Kentucky Friendship is the strongest Loves light glows the longest Yet wrong is always wrongest In Kentucky Lifes burdens bear thelightest In Kentucky The home fires burn the brightest In Kentucky While players are the keenest Cares come out the meanest The pocket empties cleanest In Kentucky The sun shines ever brightest In Kentucky CN The breezes whisper lightest 7 In Kentucky XcPlain girls are the fewesty Maidens eyes the bluest Theta little hearts are truest In Kentucky Orators are the grandest In Kentucky Officials are the blandest tIn r Boys are all the fliest Danger ever nighest Taxes are the highest In Kentucky v The bluegrass waves the bluest In Kentucky Yot bluebloods are the fewest In Kentucky Moonshine is the clearest By no means the dearest And yet it acts the queerest In Kentucky i The dovenotes are the saddest In Kentucky The streams dance on the gladdest In Kentucky Hip pockets are the thickest Pistol hands the slickest THe cylinder turns quickest In Kentucky The song birds are the sweetest In Kentucky The thoroughbreds are fleetest In Kentucky Mountains tower proudest Thunder peals the loudest The landscape is the grandest And politics the damnedest In Kentucky J H MULLIGAN n CORBIN FIRESWEPT + Corbin Ky Nov 8Fre broke out at Midnight in Griffin Cooks saloon on Florance ave nue and swept the street in both directions burning every build ing from the Centerstreet cor ner to the Wilbur Hotel erne saloons Ill this row two repi dences a dry goods store 1 jew elry shop fpur restaurants anQ three barer hops were burned The post office building was I saved The L N depot barely es caped Hotel Corbiji the First National ban and a cafe all I brick were badly damaged The loss is estimated ate 100000 Griffin Cook began the erection ofa new building this morning xThe saloons have one more month to run The origin ofthe fire is unknown 0 i SL EPS CONTINUOUSLY Among the callers at this office Monday was Squire HenryTaylor of the Perry ville neighborhood who told v us of a most peculiar malady which has affected his daughter Miss Amanda Taylor for the past twelve months When the disease first struck her she would drop off tp sleeirandI remain so for twentyfive hours land then the family had to waken her She was affected tjiis way for three months and now for the pUt nine mo thishe wakes 1r r s iI once a dayabout 8 oclock in the morning When her breakfast is eaten she sings for a while and drops off to sleep again and re mains so until the next morning She seems to be unable to resist the drowsiness that creeps over her andrelatives have frequent ly tried to keep her awake but withno success While in this comatose condition she is perfect ly rigid as if dead It is imposi ble to even bend her arm or- straighten her fingers but when she wakens she frequently repeats things said in the room when to all appearances she was entirely unconcioiis Six or eight eminent physicians have tried to cure her but to no avail The disease seemsto succumb to n treatment and the family of the victim are at their wits end to know how to relieve her Squire Taylor her father says if these lines should fall under the eye of any physician who thinks he can benefit her ne will be glad toI hear from him and pay liberally for a permanent cure Miss Taylor is about forty years of age Harrodsburg Herald TV Hard Debt to Pay I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid off writes G S Clark of vWestfield Iowa for my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Dis covery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent when commenced taking New Dis covery The ominous dry hacking cough quit before the first bottle was used and two more bottles made a complete cure Nothing has ever equaled New Discovery for coughs colds and all throat and lung com plaints Guaranteed by T E Paull druggist free 5bc Wand 1 Trial bottle s KENTUCKY R4BKS NINTH A report just completed by the Geological Survey at Washington shpws that the State of Kentucky during the past year has risers from tenth to ninth place among the coal producing States having turnedout 9653647 tons of coaj valued at 9809938 This is again in value of 1200000 InSi ana r remained in sixth pjace arid Tennessee dn twelth The most important change in the table of States is the displacement ofj Illinois by West Virginia for second place Pennsylvania still heads the list v- t SONjLiGtfT CftRJOTAMS Being ligtted is nevnrthe end J of the Christian lifenot even being lighted from above Being lights that is the end hapitjpens to be in a bright place when th earth comes betwe ni- tandtn I it is dark A There arex moonlight Christians Who are bright enough when lighted by Gods manifest favor but if the darkness of eartha sorrow or burdenrises between them and God they are black and dark Christ enjoined upon his disciples that their whole body should befiuUof light Their oneness r with the brightness of God was to he such that they should become IJ ghtsj not merely lighted No earthshad ow then could ever come between them and their light Christ would iave us 50c dwell in the 1f N light that we may become children of the light in whom there isuno darkness at all Sunday School Timesso rTo SENATOR MCCREARY While the Courier Journal responsive to the personal and political disap pointment of Mr Halderman and IIMr Waterson is endeavoring to stir up democratic opposition to Gov Beckham as a candidate for the senate and is hunting for some excuse to release democrat ic members of the General Assem bly from obeying the mandate of a full fair free primary election in which the democracy of Ken r tucky designated it preference for Gov Beckham as United Mco t Creary the defeated candidate whose one word could sile nee such treachous party perfidy and make honest men ashame speak not Mr McCreary the demo cracy of Kentucky that honored you with the governorship with a seat in Congress and elevated you to the Senate of the United States stands appalled at your silence You are an honorable man justly honored of and by Ken tucky It behooves you to speak in no uncertain tones As your per sonal and political friend we urge you to denounce the base treach ery that is being hatched Unless you do yonr own skirts will be be smeared with the filth of dirty po lM cal marplotsStanford Journal t The Sundayclosing laws were enforced in extreme fashion at Nashville last Sunday by order of Mayor Brown who threatened the police force with dismissal if it failed to comply Twenty five arrests were made includ ing a wholesale merchant who was found in his office r jading mail Bootblacks were rut out of busibfcss Only soda torn tains and cigar stands vor 3 allowed to remain open Appendicitis Is due in a large measure to abuse of the bewails by employing drastic pur gatives To avoid fill danger use only Dr King8 New Life Pills the safe gentle cleansers and invigorators Guaranteed for headache biliou aes9 malaria fend jaundice at T E PaVuJ drug store 25c Mrs Lucy Burnett wife of Mr- Mack a aurnettcommittedsuicide by killing herself with a snot Sun tthe home of her husband in MpFarlands near the Tennessee line last week Mis Burnett tied a spring to the bedpost and the Other end around the trigger and was killed instantly She had been married but one year an- donlyt years of age The re mains r yere interred atMosst eniy = =t In view of the assertion that two thjrds of the weight of a girl is sugar it is evident from the doings in our divorce courts thatagood many married men are finding too much sand in the sugar 7 Vvv l FOR SALE V i lt e second s fpiA9 in ood con it- dition fvjS L GfDohoBer 112tlL r CoItF5KY t s r1 T4 THE AIR COUNTY NEWS 1LUHBIA Yt NOVEMBER 20 VVV- I t dni Q1Juun111 tW 5 Publisfi tflvery Wednesday7- jar r By fHE I t y Adair County News Compafay INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS I EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to tha ntere3ta y ef the cit9 of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia PostofEce as second lass matt butter P WEDSNthTcO i For United States Senate Gov JC W Beckham Republican prosperity is an uncertain quantity A good deal of water has tee squeezed out so they say w The fourth trial of Caleb Powers I is now on at Georgetown The money scare in New York has passed and theTcountry is neither lost nor ruined 1sm v rWho can tell what Teddy will cost this country before Be leaves the Executive Chair Buisness in the financial world is much better and itnow seems that there is no cause for alarm I iWho would have thought that the business of this country would be saved by tainted mbn eyThe great sump in the price of stocks bonds and other values i Unquestionably due to Teddy bears 3 Clarence Sturgeon did not hang at Louisville last Friday Injunction proceedings putting astop to the mandate of Gov Beckham The defense makes the point that a circuit judge will have to fix the date in xIt remains tobe seen whether or not Mr Wilson when he becomes Governor will regulate the nightriders in the tobacco districts This rise one phase ofI V lawlessness that should have had 0 attention some time ago Nr The President has been after John D J Pierpont and others with his big stick but it was the money and influence ofhese magnates thafr prevented a panic in New York a short time ago Theycontributedl00OOOOOOtoJ tide over the breakers Who wouldbest serve the country as President Teddy or John D Louisville again in trouble with a strike by the employees of the street cars and just how long it willcontinue cannot now be figured Nearly all the cars are tied up and both sides are confident of winning While business is not seriously affected i yet the convenience to traved is upset TIT 1 Sensational tragedy occurred i at ndon HY last yMondays 1 t t fH parksformerl county f I Attornyof Laruel anda candidate- i r v J for ComnibnwealthvATTOhiy was sn 1byRobt JroYa r7M SIEl Commessioner in the circuit clerks PRice in the courthouse and instantly killed Exceptions to Boyds official conduct in selling land broughtvon the trouble 1 The President has announced his intention to have the tariff t removed from white paper andI the products that enter into itsi manufacture This is not tariff for revenue purposes the old Democratic constitution but ab solute fjeetrade We want the tariff lifted but if the placing of paper and the products of which it is made on the free list brings relief to publisher why not re move it from other articles that affect other lines of industry If a tax on paper is wropg and injurious to the people a tax on hides horns and hoofs is also injurious Down with the rob ber tariff will be the campaign cry nextyear andjt will win Hon W L Bryan announcess f that he Derraocratic nomination for President but if the toaagain lead the fight he is ready ready to lead ready to work at the wheel We know not what course bthers may pursue but as for us we are znot inclined to go off after the unknown This country has never had Bryans peer and we would rather see him in the lead than any other man in all the country There is an effort wing made to discover some Democrat to displace him as a leader but up to date no agreement has been reached and if thegreat bulk of Dem ocrats could be heard Mr Bryan I will again stand at the head of our ticket The main reason advanced i against him is that he has twice been defeated and cannot win the third time Such an argument is not worth consider ing Inhis first race he was a victim of every mean and disrep utable method that intellect and money could devise In the second it tookthe combined power of a solid Republican party and the corporate wealth of the coun J try to encompass his defeat He is a stronger man now than in 1895 or in 1900 because he is better known and more thoroughly understood The third time is the charm and we want to try the charm Bryan is the greatest political lea er in the v party the truest and ablest man countryforI somethingstands for the people and the people know it We had rather follow him to defeat than take telegram amendments to our platform and i a Parker for a victory The day for a Democratic victory is near mg itis even at the door and why should we disPlade our truest ablest man who has fought so valiently for the principles of Democrat ThelNews will not Qi b1a choice and 4oesn- obitve thiirthe Iemaratt p+i Irl iua1Tr I FAIRLPLAY u IrW irurf bJr afupsj tfier- i cornMr R Johnson visited Mr BL Samuell last Thursday who has been on the sick listIMisses Hattie and samIuelOur merchants at this place are doing good business Mr Charlie Samuelis erecting anewlbarn at his new home Mn a short while Mr H C Burbridga and family will leave fpr West Point Ky t Our school under management oJNMisV Laura I Rosenbaum is f progressing nicely with Miss Lieu Burpde as an assistant x teacher y i Mr Des Grider has been on the sick listVMessrs Jasper Gadberry and Lawrence Young passed through here enroute for Crocus last Wednesday Rev F J Barger delivered a good sermon at Smith Chapel last Sunday afternoon Oppossums are plentyftQ in this community r Mr Wesley Bennett who has beer confined to his bed with typhoid fever is improving 9 Miss Flora McClister who has been visiting relatives here re turned to her home in Jefferson ville Ind accompanied by her brother Mr Perry McClister and wife last weekr f i11 r SP R SVILLE r Several frpm this place attend ed the singing at Gradyville Sunday t Prof J S James will sing at Antioch the fourth Sunday even ing in this onthl J F Gilpin Vas transacting business in Columbia Thursday Mr Vollas Dooley is visiting in AtIanticIII N S Wheeler who has been confined to his room With La grippe for several days is able toe out againNf Miss Helena Hundley visited Miss Hattie Gilpin Friday night Mr Spillman and MrCainof Blis attended the spellin at this place Friday night Mr Willie Hill and MissSallie Bragg of Gradyville was the guest of Miss Nora Bradshaw Friday night u Miss Nannie Rowe ie a spelling F day night VJ+ y I A FINERRMJfOR SALE T r My farjn of 207 acres situated in Bethel neighborhood 3J miles youth of Gampbellsville on Meadow Creek road well improved in high stateof cultiva tion Good nine room dwelling house with soft and hard rater in kitchen sup plied by windmill 60x70 feetwih water tank inside hogpen with cement floor aTaineriand wagon shed wood house henhouse and all other nececsa = ry out buildings Three living springs ana fruit of kin4m Wi r calf on Lvin1nt informsiWw r 19p- i tf Eli M C01JPOck Hatcher Ky r J rrts IrrA FpfyThought 1 t 40 look for Floor Coverings at Kentuckys Metropolis and Louisvilles Best Store I Hubbuch Bros Centrally Located 524 526 and 528 W Market street a you are sure to find reliable qualities and prices and an assortment has no equal south of the Ohio river Our Carpet Floor40 feet by 128 feet is brim full of fine values and our modern display ofNCARPETRUGS ALL SIZES 360 different patterns will impress you as to the happy thought of being induced to tiisit tbis uptodate es Vtablishment VV z IaW liY JiaJI i- CO BLINDS EXCLUSIVE t Sash and Door HouseI IS WHAT WE ARE- SiBY CONFINING OUR ATTENTION TOH SASH i DOORS we are enabled to carry a Larger Stock and a bet ter selection than ztny other House itfthd South1 ZSBDd your eto the QUIOKSHIPERS EtiHUGHES CONI- NCORPORATED 215217219 E ql MajnstI 1L k Myers Roller jlUE rrr5t- our is the staff of Life Therefore have it Pure 7 I i iJi1 uT dont use any thing but the very best of 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 the Flour All this together with thirtyfive years experience fn the Mill business you can rest assured that when you get Flour made at the COLUMBIA ROLLER MILL you get the very Be l1nighestand 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 td the Columbia Mill andget the Best 4 YOURS FOR BUSINESS W R Myers J r 41ciI I 1 I ReadyI f JI Have just received I Jit I of Wagons l fL and am ready to s j1 J 11 i y supply the public f Also carry complete line of Machner and 01iY tIJ lit b8 Jd 1 fltfI i 1 b r f I i VV 7T i ADAIR COUNT 1 WS COLUMBIA KY NOVEMBER 20 1907 5 t Y A- inIc thebeschopI Kentucky y rforYourChiIdren I C Spring Term Opens Jami1908 Tuition 2 250 and 3 per month C Bookkeeping course 4 per month Q En tge roombeforetermhe ms tTPERSONAL fl- Mr JS StultsCampbellsvillewas- here Saturday Sir W W Brockman Joppa vwas here SaturdayA i 1r j A Dulworth Camp Knokwas here Saturday rtorr nrj Csleliari was here afew days of last week Mr R L Durham MatesAttorne y was here Saturday Mr R H Christie was here from n1wasMr D D Wilson Horse Cave was here the first of the week 1IMr G F Rexroat ofl Eli county was here Saturday I trFrank Rodman a Cincinnati Inm ber man was here Saturbay Miss Lorena Harrisoi Ashley Ill is visiting Miss Dimple Conover Messrs W A Coffey and W F Hancock were in Louisville last week- DrJN Page is in Lpuisville this week Buying Christmas supplies Mrs H C Feese visited relatives near Mill town the first of the week r Miss Bess Rowe who has been visit inAtlanta Ga returnedhome last week H R Camnitz Jr and Melton M Cormack Hustonvillewere here Monday a sitelithefamdylast Sunday tfRev S A McKay whi has bnabsent frqm Columbia for a week retrain ed MondayI MrJ G Banks and wife and AMiss Mattie Jones Cane Valley were in Co lunibia last Thursday s Jolin r Mrs1LC S on crt past ten days CIH Murrell this office are attending theiGreen circuit court t r Mir Cora Wesley and Miss Kate Wilkinson Liberty are visiting Mr R H Durham and mother MrC E Walker assistent cashier of the Farmers Bank Casey Creek was here on business Friday Y Rev A R Kasej left Monday morA in forGreenville where be will asswt Bdp rankLeW111nmeeti g Wri1 1W s r6 Te r I Iif ic J z =Special Rate 5P In Advance Pays 5QOO ITuition Board and Incidentals for Five Months addressI K- yJJcovered from a spell of fever wa able to be at FridayUMr 1ci Mrs Reuben Norris of Mar rowbone spent tistFri with J JValker and far yitYtest v r Mr L D Walker and Wife spent Sat urday and Sunday with the family ofI Brud Walker of Nell Dr Menzies wife and son Thomas friendsiin a a very pleasant time 9 Mr Henry Smythe who has been living in Kansas City for a number of years is visiting his parents and other relatives here l Mr 0 W McAllister and Mr R E McAllister cashier and assestant cash ier of the bank of Cane Vally were in Columbia Sunday Miss Lura Smith of Columbia is visiting her brother Dr T A Smith of Monticello She will remahim that city two or three months thEijYlhole Mr L G Dohoney and wifeJeft t the first of the week for Quanah Texas their future home Theyhave the best wishes of the people of Adair county I Mr Jewel Griffith who left Russell county twenty years ado for Belle Plains Kansas passed through Colum formerIhomeIMrG T Flowers Sr who has been in New Mexico for a year or two re turned to Columbia last week He sold his interest in Mexico and will likely remain in Adair Miss y Pearl Davis who is the milliner at Caseys Creek a sister of Miss Ru vislitedPrice Friday and S tur9ayI Mr MM Murrell who has been in Elidi New Mexico for several months ireturned last Thursday evening He has entered the LindsayWilson for the- purpose of completing his education t herhusIdelig1tfulvisitland will remain in California about three months t Mr Grover Holladay left last Wednes srnornin for Ladonia Texas withaveiw of making his future home He has occupied a position with the Sante Fe Rod telegraph operator joining his tbrother Holladay who hat been in the employ of that road forth lasti ot I jtill1iyt arL iLI o U irrcotin it K rt u w The speakers for Thaiiksgiving ser vices to be held in the Methodist cHurch are Eld W K Azbill and Rev J C Cook There will be special song ser vices and the following ladies have been appointed to arrange the music Mesdames Geo W Thomas and Geo W Staples Misses Jennie Garnett and Bet tie Hancock Mr Waller Hurt who lives at Gadber rymet with a serious accident last week Our information isthat he was operat ing some kind of machine when a piece of wood flew back striking him in the breast cutting a severe gash Persons reportIwas s he will evidently be himself again in a short time Elder Z T Williams has very kindly consented to receive the pledge made to me for the work of the iAntiSaloonat Columbia Aug 25 1907 Those who subscribed sums will please see him T S Buckingham Supt Kentucky AntiSaloon League Lexington Dis r trictA WOMANS DOUBLE DISTINCTION iMiss Mary E Orr who bas just been a member of the board of directors of the Remington TYPewriter Company is a woman o more than one distinction She is the first woman who hhas ever been elected to the directorate fa grea corporation and she is also the speediest operators wjho ever wrote on a writing Silo entered the Remington employ as a stenographer expertIin which she entered up to the Intern Tonal Championship with a speed rec lord which has never since been equaled in public competition New York Tribune V r 1 I Rev AR1 Kasey returned from Jam stow1last Friday wjiere lie was in a meetingfor a week He states that while there was only one addition to the Church he feels that he accom plished a great deal of good After the first day or two large congregations heard him all denoihinationsA attending He speaks in the highest terms of the hospitable tmenth received say ing that he was exceedingly well pleased with alt the people he m tr JametlJroxtj 7 So A X 1I f 1q 1 1ttkSaIes J 41J JH tlv iJ booltl UVM V Andrew Foley sold pne yoke of oxen a few daysago for7200Russell Springs cor f 000 Mr Jacob Copper boughta two year old horse of a Mr Beck for 100 Irvins Store cor 0 0 0 Gosser sold a calf to W T itchell for 625 Eller corJJ 000 Thomas Goalder purchased a saddle and bay harness horse 5yearsold from Daried Hickerson for 200 Joppa qor o oo J R Royse bought a cow from J W Sparks for 25 J G soldra ping horse to Miller Stotts for 40 Dingo cor e N000 Mr J B Barbee the mail contractor between Columbia and Campbellsville bought eight horses in Louisville recently paying 1200 for the lot 000- F W Wag ene bought of J W Walker span of wellbroke mules for 272 and immediately put them to work on his farm on the Stanford road 000tBennett Walker were on the Danville market last week They found theprice of cattle low but they sold a few at a small profit 000 John C Dohoney sold Luther Mc Farl lid of Rowena last Monday a 2 year old mare mule for 175 a FOR SALE A good farm consisting of 255 acres situated j mile from Pell ton Adair county Ky on Green River Two good dwelling houses and outouil ings good water and plenty of wood Sit uated on county road Within i mile of post office stores mill school and church In a good neighborhood splendid grass grain and stock farm Might be divided and would make two good sized farms gould nearly all be put in grass or grain Terms easy And in a position to give a splendid bargain Any one desiring a valuable farm and wanting further partictlarst call on or address x S L COFFEY Casey Creek Ky or JOHN COFFEY Pellyton Ky 472m Dr J P Railey makes glasses to suit all eyes Difficult cases solicited He will beat Dr J J Paces Drug- Store for special work Thursday Nov 21st GRAD YILLE a ji The weather is fine for slaughtering hogsX C S Betl was at Sulphur Wel one day last week S H Harper was transacting business in Columbia last Thursday Charles RoweJo Sparksville was in our town last Thursday on business Charlie SparkS the prosperous merchant of Weeds spent a day or so at Greensburg last week v J M Rowe of Sparksville was jn our midst last Friday Our farmers put in the most of stweek gathering corn and they report the shortest crop iri this section for many years Prosf Turner aid Stapp of Glbn jiCcomtIluriitYiitg har- Ji8t r i ithe smgiIignw Fl s dnd rtgoes rtki 0 a I r our saying they understand their profession William StottsaofBlisSjipa8sed through here last Friday eito route for East Fork j y A G Moss the wellknowm lumber dealer of Greensburg spent a day or so here last week receiving lumber from J A Did dIe Messrs John Lowe Ed At t 1ofmerchants one day last week f rMiss Annie Bradshaw one of our best teachers will teach av three month school here begin ning January the first We are certainy glad to have her with us this winter I H C Feese and Mark Wilson of Columbia put in several days work last week on the Wilmbre house Our old friend J RHindmanr of Columbia called in to see us one day last week while en route for his farm The Gov is not very favorably impressed with the stock law that we have re c entl voted in this precinct IJWethe lawv is more enforQed the people will like it better We take it that the stock and dog law both are just what we need Mr Go l T Flowers who for the past year has been located in New Mexico arrived in our city one day last week looking fine We understand Mr Flowers his sold all of his property out there at a good priceIThe large tract of land bought by Dr LC Nell Co at the Courthouse door in Columbia JV Will be surveyed next week Thi5tx is the largest and 4 est bodyof timbered land in this part of the county The company has been offered a nice profit on the deal v Mr and Mrs L C Hindman entertained quite vC number ofj their friends one day lastWeek The occasion was brought about byMxis Hindman throwing a1 rock at one of Mr S A Harpers turkeys The stone taking effect exactly on the head of the fowl aria it is generally known in this x section that Mr Hindman is equal to David of old when it comes neccessary to use the stone The turkey with mar other good things was served The day was pleasantly spent We was certainly glad to hear through theNews again frphiJ- H Turk of Gainsyille ArL Jimmie we were in hopes as your grew older in years you wouldl do likewise in knowledge and see your political error and get round on the side with the best class of people on earth Now niy old boy study this question seriously and be sure to cast your vote for William Jenning Bryara for the next President and T inIr Xi FOR SALE r il Jtir1tw Ithe second anpiano In goodco J Lr v7dttiOn iD G1JOIJOD v I i 1t ol tiiiioiX ft f j r w 7a 1-F t j THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY NOVEMBER 20 1 TRADES MAGNET 0m I TBereis riov apparent reason whY averagettoWn sh not be goods class and quality considered as low i as the large city stores He is under less ex pense and if he is enterprising and uptodate he can buy his goods at as low a figure as the retailers in the large cities There is laxity observed in the management of business by some merchants in rural towns They depend too much on trade drift ing their way without making the right kind of effort to gain it A merchant in a western state who took it in his head to use large advertising space in his town paper found that with in three months by persistently following up a plan of using a half page in the local paper for the publishing of prices and de scribing goods increased his trade more than a third From the position of doing about the fourth amount of business of any store in the town he rapidly raised to first place He is on the road to prosperity and has been a benefit to the town ins general drawing trade to it that was never enjoyed before This was done within 30 miles of tffie 11111 of the large western cities and with the department stone of the city advertising in the same I paper THE PLEDE v The following is the pledge which is being circulated in the Burley Tobacco District Know All Men By These Presents that Whereas the District Committee of the Bur ley Tobacco Society at a meeting held in Winchester on the 29th day of October 1907 recommend ed that no tobacco be ina1908 Therefore in consideration of the benefits that are to be derived by each of usin having no tobacco Yeara1908 we the undersigned hereby promise said Burley Tobacco Societyand pledge ourselves to each other that we will not Swan tobacco seed ihthe year 1908 nor raise any tobacco Bur ing that year We will not per mit any tobacco to be onbour land or on any land under our control nor permit our barns or any barns under our control to bused in housing any tobacco grown in the year 1908 fLOWERS TEACH WiTNESS We hoeall who read thisi column will endeaver to keep a few flowers in the home In ad dition to their beauty and fragrance they teachneatness and order xThe wife and chit dren like to have a clean room so that the flower in its purity sand grace may not shame them And them too a poor man likes to feel that he has an ornament- in his dwelling similar to that which a rich man chooses as the best embellishment of his draw ingroom The cottage aMt e r mansion differ very muchin r ritructure and m furniture but t t f a pretty flower carefully water d and tended blooms as well in a cottage as in a palace window Then the flower speaks to the inmates of the home and tells themjof the wisdom and love of God how He sent these beautiful- flowersinto the world to please the eye of man THE HUSBANDS SALARY A Philadelphia judge has de cided that his wife is not entitled to her husbands pay envelope and this seems to be a good law the sort of law that is written in the statute bookof this State At the same time the husbandat who turns over his end of each week to his wife is apt to be the winner in the long run There are some women who want too many fine clothes and a lot of trumpery but as a rule the wife albeit she has never been trained in the arts of finance is usually a much better manager than the husband She knows just what the family expenses are and she is more willing to make sacrifices than the husband When you see a man prosperous on a small salary you can make up your mind that the wife is the one who has done the saving It is true that by the laws of nature the husband is the head of the house and he can usually reason much better than his wife but when it comes to the actual problems of life she is as a rule much better fitted than he to destribute the earn f ings l t 6 r A Significant Prayer May the Lord help you make Buck lens Arnica 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 t and wounds 25c at T E Paulls drug store The effort of the Courier Iqurnal to defeat Gov Beckham for this United States Senate while supremely contemptible isy not in the least unexpected But we have very confidence that it will fail as it ought to fail The Governor won his nomination in the primary fairly and squarely and nbwvtolisteri to the advicer covertly given by the Courier Journal is not soimuch a hurt to the Governor as it would be to thoseihox70t1ldd so foolish and unkind an act Larue County Herald t ur y Albert Bates Was sentence ats Chippewa Falls lWist9serve one yearn the penitentiary for bigamy He acknowledged that Tie had been married often but aitedalong enough for the preceding wife to get a div iebefore her married the next one He did not inquire about the divorce but took it for granted that one would be obtained A sisterin law with whom he eloped wasI the latest venture Mn matrimony undertaken byBates e WANTED v II150 bushels of Sweet potatoes 150 bushels of Irish potatoea SOO pbunds of buster Cash markespriceat the L l ti rxr 7 i DIRECTOR 0 POST OFFICE J N COFFEY POSTMASTER I Office hours week days 730 a m to 8 p m J COURT t CIRCUIT COURT Three sessions a year Third Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit Judge H C Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A Hud JestoD SheriffW B Patteson Circuit ClerkJ F Neat COUNTY COURT First Monday In each month JudgeJunius Hancock a County Attorney G P Smythe PIerkT R StultsI v lailerA W Tarter Assessor G Wi Pike SurveyorW M McCubbin School SuptMrsGR Shelton CoronerC W Rowe CITY COURT Mayo Capt W W BradshawtiJudgeAttorneyGordon Montaromory Marshal F T Smith I o CHURCH t PRESBYTERIAN BuRKESviiii STREET Rev j Fi Claycomb Pastor Services 2nd and 4th Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 930 a m PrayermeetinsWednPsday night METHODIST BURKESVILLE STRfrrrRev A R Kasey pastor Services 1st 2ndand 3rd Sunduys hi each month SundaySchoolcvery Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GRBENSBURG STREETRev J CCook pastor Services 2nd 3rd and 4th in each Sunday School every Sabbathat 9 a m monthI meeting Wednesdoy night CHRISTIAN CAMPD IL VILUE PIKRBW ZT Williams pastor Services second andFourth Sundays in eeeh menu SuiidGyShooi ever Sabbath at 930 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday right ar LODGE MASONIC COLUMBIA LoDGE No 16 Fi and A 2JL ftegu tar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on orbliforo ihe full moon in each month x TR Stults WM A D Plittosori Secretary GoLUMBiACnAPTER nA MNo4meetaFrkday night after full moonV E G Atkins H P f Horace Jeffries Secretary ifCa83 night after foil mobrf in each month J 1 E G ATICINSri I M Y T RiSTULTS RECORDER Sour I StOmacHNo appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the sfomch are all due to indigestion Kodol relieve indigestion This new discov cry represents natural juices of dIges- tIon as they exist Ina healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol for dyspepsia does not only relieve Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy helps all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Jof Rav Mwed W Va wI wu troubled with sour atomtch for twaoty year Kodol cured ms Mdwe Ir sow iwteg Jt to mile for baby FOR BACXAOHE WES KIDNEY TI Y WtTTS KIDNEY ami BUDIIR HLLSSM Ml SA nM1 by L A DWl1T QO ohiays- r J NPlge Agent r tJ tll 1a J i d n K Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it imparts vigor and energy 5e at soda fountains arid in bottles 5c r JjiC HARDWICK Prcs J COCKS V Pres R DIETZMAN Sec Iw T PyneMillSupplyCoESTABLISHED 1VllLthWtIGTTZ I rnFiCf1I41STS DEALERS IN ENGINES MILLSGRIST I 1301 THIRTeeNTH MftINI LOUISVILLE I i SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work Jv 1JI I JOBBING WORK SOLICITED I I All Kinds of Machinery Repaired I + = 1 c = WoodsonLevi 1 1 t J t m HarHave s Dagger Tooth HarJows Mowing and Ream g achnrRiding and wlRin1 Cultwators gU1Jl elf Cultivators Land Rulers and Clod Lime ar Salt JJ t r- ualitYR THE BEST The Prices the LQw Ye will save money to call a and see me fyou canl vt COIn f WIl t ei 1 hI r jItl 7 D 7 J me MZi uJl r t r OSTEQPATHylIv j i CONSULTATION AID EXAMINATION FREE Gt i tICe T RESIDENICE flk 1 IIC1lumbia Kentuckyrt II ln r J The Campbellsvilie Machine Shop xm Handles HEAVY and LIGHT WORK Boilers Remodled j and all Boiler Repairs made Heavy and Light FORGING of all kinds done ENGINE5 and OTHER MACHINCRYRe- BUILT Work is done by Mechanics WlwKiwwMt Try is f1 Cmpt esyIle Kenjuckv r 1 I v LJ t t + j i4 f7 t rfJ f f 1 j 71piii TrinEl IF11L L1yPur ii J ii t I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA VKY NOVEMBER 20 1907 r nnFEr l 1 NOTICE i BARDINr STAVE COMPANY I INCORPORATED 10000 Capital Stock i 11 MANUFACTUREDRESSED BEER STAVESIIIm Will buy your timber at a good fair price and can use timber that will not m keIother staves Will also sell u the best II IIr fO Q Kimble Hotel g A JW KIMBLE Proprietor li fiOOOD e ROOMS GOOD BEDS W 100 per Day Sample Rooms Free v I 4 t t FEED AND LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION l Russell Springs = Kentucky o 3 i 4 Frank Corcoran- O I H GHGrRADE MARBLE AND GRANITE O CEMETERY WORK OF ALL KIND TRADE FROM ADAIR AND g gADJOINING COUNTIES SOLICITED SEE USBEFORE YOU BUY I Main Street Lebanon Ky g e 7 I COLUMBIA PLANING MILL COMPANY ALL HINDS OF Building Material Rough and Dressed Lumber == FURNITURE Made toOrder and on Hands atall Times A Pull Line of Windows and Doors KENTUCKYj WHY BREAK y YOUR BACK When you can Get a 1900 Ball Bearing WASH MACHINE tii t a Child Ilyears old can Wash a Tub of Clothes in 6 urinates Guaranteed to do the Work or Money Refunded t Write for prices on NEW WAY GASOLINE ENGINES Address Dgpartment A care of DEHLER BROS KYTENEW GOODS ii d t Jns received a lice line of Drygoods Clothing and If I callJa SIMMONS HlIMBLEKY I f f J r t 1 j 1L 1 SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY i It is not manly fox a woman to be unwomanly One of our greatest faults probably thinky ing much about it you bore peo pie To a man about the shortest season in the year is the time be twden Fall milinary and Christ mast When you have a row areyou willing to take half the blame or do you loadit all on the other fellow Be fair and take what is due you v The bee gets lots of credit for its industry but no one praises the house fly because it is an early riser and very industrious jINothing makes a woman more angry than to be asked to chap eron a crowd of girls some of whom are older than she is When an unmarried man loses a friend by death he goes to the funeral After he is married he sends his wife When a woman admires an ar ticle in a store and then finds it is very costly she regards that as proof that she has good taste Every man thinks that when men are patient with children they deserve great credit but a woman doesnt deserve any for the reason that with women pa tience is natural He Fought at Gettysburg Lavid Parker of Fay tte New York who lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Electric Bitters have done fee more good than any medicine I ever took For several years I had stomach trouble and paid out much money for medicine to little purpose until I began taking Electric Bitters I would not t e500 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 Pull Druggist 5dc t GOVERNOR ELECT WILLSON Augustus E Willson Ken tuckys Republican Governor elect was born in Maysville Oct 13 1846 He is a son of theI late Hiram Willson and Ann Col I vin Ennis Bothpparents were of New England origin the father having been born in Windsor Vt and the mother in Westerly R 1 They settledt in Maysville in the 30s Mr Willson received his early educa tion at the Alfred Academy in Western New York and after aII preparatory course entered Har vard University He is a graduate of the University and of the Harvard Law School of69 Immediately after leaving col lege he entered the law office of Judge r John M Harlan Louisville who is now a Justice of the Supreme Court of the United t States For many years he asI Justice JSarlans law partner f and was associated with him in many prominent legal cas sRec cently he formed a law partner ship with Judge William G Dear ing and Arthur E Hopkins Mr Willson was defeated on three different occasions for Congress in the Louisville district In 1877 he married Miss M ryI the daught rotGen Jams A a II 4 Ekin Louisville He was a dele gate to the National Republican ano04 He is the fir t Harvard graduate that has been elected Governor of Kentucky i A1t NEWS NOTES The Swift Packing Companys plant at South Omaha Neb was0 the scene of a destructive fire At the Newport News ship yard work was begun on the lay ing of the keel of the2 bbattleshipDeleware In the United States District Court at Los Angeles Cal Judge Olin Welburn fined the Santa Fe Railway Company 33000 for rebating I Ten men are reported to have been killed in a powder explosion near Necezari Ariz The most of the victims are said to have been Mexicans The building occupied by the Josepl Goddard wholesale gro cery store at Muncie Ind was destroyed by fire The loss is estimated at about 200000 Six men who were discovered in the act of robbing the Deposit Bank at Florence Ky made their escape in an automobile without carrying away any moneyTwo men were burned to death and several injured in a fire which destroyed large whole sale grocery at Charleston W Va The property loss is 200 000A jury in Fleming county awaredO B Ingram 4000 for injuries sustained to his feet while working on a scaffold on the C F A railroad at Flem ingsburg Six children were bitten by a mad dog atOwensboro and the animal then attacked a police man Who shot and killed it None of the wonnded is seriously injuredoIn Chicago Judge Ball set Nov ember 35 as the date for hearing arguments affecting the voting of 5500 shares of the stock of the Illinois Central railroad held by the Mutual Life In urance Company of New York Mrs J Carter Wright wife of a prominent resident of Mobile Ala was killed by the accidental discharge of a revolver A Negro laborer threw his coat con taining the revolver on a gallery and the weapon explodedI It is estimated that the aver age potato crop will be short 20 000000 to 30000 000 bushels and the winter price will been per cent higher than the highest figure reached in the retail market ast winter The responsibility or this short crop is laid at the ofa late spring the dry spell in summer and the recent heavy Drains Ajarge New York dealer says that about thirty per cent of this years crop will be used by the manufacturers of de natured alcohol and starch pro ducts J and that only 70 per centv willbe left for foflr 4 1 Ft i J C M WISEMAN SON I Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians U Special attention given to work and all orders in nofgoods in our line Oposite Music Hall 132 W Market Bet 1st 2d StLoUlsvllle Ky S D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 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 CoffinssHI 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 E Snow Russell Springs Dr Jas Triplett Dr J E Grant TRIPLETT GRANT 4 DENTISTS II Porcelain Fillings t Somnoform Gas Residence Phone 29 Office Phone 40 Ring 2 Office in Jeffries Building Columbia Kentucky l The New Bobbin Hotel NEAR DEP- OTLEBANON KYJ r Neat Rooms Good Beds Good TableWare and as Good Accommodations as found anywhere First class in everything and most reasonable in price The patronage of Adair Cointy solicited VJ D BOBBITT SON Propi DrO S Dunbaiv I DENTISTa OFFICE FRONT ROOMSINI JEFFRIES B U PHONE NO 40RING 3 Columbia Kentucky l f WILMORS H07fEL 0 1 Firstclass Table Good Sample Rooms t Feed Stable Reasoeable RatsR llM WILKORei Pio t jradyvfl1e K th J I t f 1 IT7 iB j THE AD4IR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA K NOVEMBER 20 1 Iy 7- Sfft 4i W Way 4 pefce 1offt e n posit I v V Accuracy courtesy and hind treatment tGuaranteedIAccounts and business solicited t I r Capital Stock 2000000 Individual Responsibility 4000000 I The Peoples CountyNCORPORATEI I I x Edmonton Kentucky OFFICERS C W THOMPSON President J C MUNCIE Vice President A J THOMPSON Cashier C J P CARVER Asst CashierI t = DIRECTORS = = = = == ======= = = = = C W Thompson J G Muncie J F Bell Dr B F Taylor E F Hamilton J R Wilson 4 J Thompson I C ++ + + +++ + ft4 + t4 i4 i + + i JESNOW J CcFOPPLEWELL I ni I Snow Popplcwell I HardwareiiMerchandisei iiI j liver and Uudertaker Goods y 1 Russell SprIngs3K ntucky J i i The Jack of all Trades pumps water shells corn saws fwood grinds feed cchurns butter runs cider mills runs ice cream freezers runs oream separators runs printing presses and other ma r chinery He is Jnnnin lIthe press for this paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from one to two cents per hous when running For particulars call on or address Fairbanks Morse Co 519 West Maw StreetLouisville Ky W P Jeffries i Sons Agents Columbia Ky f i i edoj Throughout = Absolute Satisfaction t J Guaranteed nterpnse lo tiIC- HASr F GANS Bfto I PROPRIETORS RATES 100 Per DayVv T 234242 E Market St i LOUISVILLE KY i It 4 9 PEACOCKS FOR SALE I Will sell either or all the stock below mentioned A two Year old tallidn KING PEACOCK 15 hands high two white eetand a model in style He was sired by Jordan Peacock first dam by Artist second dam by Lexington This horse will please 1 anyone who wants something fine and whose value is increasing with Se- A1 two year old Peacock mare dam EfLexingTion mare She Js 15 hands highJ will alsd sell a fine suckling horse colt as good as the i best If interested in fine stock rapidly glowing into value this is o J chance pJE FOSTER I Qreensburg Ky t y I I fOR A GOOD MEAL VISIT TilE i j Manhattan Restaurant It r and Lunch Counter OTTO E VENT Prip 502 WEST JKfgRSON STREET opiteCwrt MMSe JLouisville jv Kentucky L lEfiUtAI MEALS 21c JEST COFFEE Ifffir i Ir jt J itAppendicitis t I f oIthe o e1ISbY employmg drastic purgatives To avoid all danger use oily Dr Kings New Lire Pnsthe safe rtGuurantl ariaand Jaundice Ji Par OPaulls idrug store 1rfi t 7 w trUitII J f 7 V rI ff I l i 1 7 WITH OBR CORRESPONDENTS l 4 J Weeks Happenings News Important orDtherwise as Report Correspondents MILLTOWNl Farmers in this section are making good use of the pretty weather gathering corn Born to the wife of Ai Thomas recently a still child Meeting is being held at this place conducted by Rev Leyi Miss Mont Thomas and JRhue Squires were visiting the family of Mrs Lizzie Thomas one night last week Born to the wife of Gaines Durman recently a girl Misses Mont and Birt Thomas were visiting in Columbia Satur day and Sunday MrWilBurn Stinson and Mr I Handy of Hart county were in our neighborhood last week look ing out for a location X v Mr Alex Chewning and Miss Myrtle Myers of Columbia were visiting xthe family of Mrs J M Thomas recentlyIThe school at this place is progressing nicely under the manage of Mr Jim Al Caldwell J G Thomas was visiting Jim Grissom of Bliss last week Mr George Rodgers and family have moved to Greensburg IJ Dr Jim Johnston and family of Greensburg were visitrng their parents Mr and Mrs Eel ohnston recently N Misses Mont and Emma Thomas visited Miss Nellie Mercer this week v I Ed Hatcher has removed his saw imll from Bill Turners to Milltown 0ELIER X 11Rev A F Chrisman who has Mbeenis some better W T Mitchell and M F Upton of EM were here a few days ago buying cattle Mrs L G Bernard aid Miss Nora Bernard of Russell Springs visited at J C Neilsons Tuesday and Wednesday Rev B J1 Phelps of Esto will preach at Christian Chapel Sun day r jft AWV C Bernard Of Jamestownt U visited ldt G R Abshers riU stlkY ig1ftf6a 11GJ o rcrfP W Bernard and John L Siilli ah who has eeri in Bedford ndfJSor severafhibriiihi returned hh1 f1 stwel J ii Mis Emma Tlahagan of Wesley is visiting here this week Mr and Mrs B E FoleyVisited relatives near Russell Springs Sunday P M Wison is teach lti the remaining 30 days of L I Phelps school Mr Phelps having resigned to take chargeji f tMy 1foffice of circuit court clerk tdI which he was elected t the recent election a i M r 1 0 y J j t Ic1JSr IJl I IRVIN S STORE Everyone gathering corn here now and reporta good yield Several porkers have lost their livesas a result of the cold spell E G Etkins was here to see yesterdayI family moved to Somerset last week to make ittheir future home Luck to you Dick IOur merchant R P Smith is fine trade even since theI election f J D Hammond has his store house nearly completed Born to the wife of Kelly Rex roat a girl Kelly says however it isa Democrat just the same MrWls of Russell Springs will move his mill tothis place next week A few Republicans around 1her know that the election is over At least they continue to talk and feast aboutM it People who dont know ther meaning of the term politics would be better off if they worked more and talked Mss 4r DIRIGQ The farmers have begun to gather their corn The yield is better than was expected The market at this place has opened 250 to 3 perbarreLiV J E 9loywellIsoLd his farm near here containing about 100 acresfto R H McKinney for a 550 He then bought a- farm near Breeding for 550T j RL Campbell and Hayden Harvey r 7 7 have been on the sick jyist for the past few days IUI The spelig at Independence last Wednesday night was certainly a success 5IJ W Campbell is visiting reir atives at Inroad this week RUSSELL SPRINGS Mr and Mrs L B Irvin were at the home of Robt McBeath IrVins Store last week Mr McBeath has been in very ill health for some time The Russell Springs liveryman Thomas Bradshaw Bought One sorrel horse of Ed Miller Price Iunknown 1 Miss Nettie Coffey who jiias been ill for some iCbetterrat this writing V W p Smith has moved into the PropertYr centl vacated bp Henry Aarom CF Griper purchased a lot here a few daysago He means to erect a store building in a short time Mr Grid r is a most excellent gentleman and we are 6 glad to haVe Himlwitli Work on the brick kiildings i beenresumednd will be r QiiN tL 1 J S J ilti if Jr t II completed in a very vsh rt time we think i Mrs Susie Vaughan who re turned from Texas a few weeks ago is suffering from astlfma A andcatarrh N- Blevens Lay has moved to our town for the benefit of school MrI Lay brings four bright children and we are sure they will be welcomed by the school and town w Our assessor L R Wilson says that he has aj put completed his work for the present year Jno A Webb the popular merchant of Webb rossroads was in town one day last week on business LILETOWN t I People are busy in this section gathering corn r Willison Dills an aged citizen died on the 9th with pfralysis Honakeridied Oct23rd- Miss Enla Bell of this plac is down with typhoid fever at her grandmotJiervSextons on East Fork l A little child of S V Mills is very sick at this writing Mrs Delia Pruitt is still very low with dropsy aMrsWell has been visiting at J A Hubbards for rae past week Miss Violet Dills is taking music lessons under Miss Ada Htihdson of Thurlow Mr John J ointer tbf near Sulpher Well was found dead last Tuesday morning near his home to lie heart failuresOur town has been full of drummers for the paslto weeks Bro Sancjridge and Bro Bonny held a series of meeting at Little Barren church during the past to Weeks Every body likes to hear Bro Sandidge preach Mrs Allen Rose visited her parents Mr and Mrs Melforff Clark of Keltner last week Willie MecbfKriddvLick was here Monday r n rf JOPPA 1 FPurmuch the nice weather we are haVIng for corngs aJ7 error The W h atJqop is looking fine t R 0 Young and wife will leave soon for Bosworth Mo Owens Bros regret very much giving him up from their saw mill as he is quite an expert in knowing how to run one A Miss Nancy Willis entertained4 very charmingly her teacher and classmates at her birthday supper Wednesday evening Miss Annie Hardin in company with Mr Everett Montgomery visited her brother at Watson recently Mr Horace Young who has fever remains about the same Drs Taylor and Miller are giving him close attention We understand there will be preaching at Zion the 4th Sat- urdaY at 1 o clock and a Bap t1 Jng ImmedIateIYafterpreacp- ing fey Rev J0 Cook Misses Vera and Mar JurpinI of Ozark visitedMises Mary and Mattie Young Saturday night d iURi i r 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