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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7i1x r y Rrr r r 4I 1 4 c t ff tA tIL bMlt DnUIft Wt4 15tx NUMBER 0 i iiiEM FiJtIGN S LNOTES 1 i 1r Our number has been recruited in the past week and we now have nearly u sixty in attendance Wlth the excep r tibn of a few boarders the pupils in the school are residents pf Polumbia i and its VicinityeT Miss Fannie is now a memb t ftiof the Normal DepartmenttMr Ohlenmachers class is again famous in the history of our school for its enthusiasm energy and interest The classes in Musical History and Harmony have been organized anfl meet on Monday and Thursday after a moons A lecture period leas been ar ranged also in which the pupils of the department have the advantage of a short lecture dncomposers with illus Crating passages tMiss Trabue has resumed her work at the M F and began Work with her class Monday Wie are glad to have the art studio open again and congratulatjthe management upon Dr and Mrs Grissom have several boarders from Milltown and Bliss We are interested in a new spell book called Words which is an Im h provement over McGuffeys A class in English History has been formed for the Fifth grade Miss Mabel Conover has recovered from an attack of Tonsilitis Miss Mary D Patteson has been ab sent from school since the new year on account of sickness Master Creel Beck is better bu still confined to the house- Master Janes Herriford is able to be in schorl againafter being absent several weeks Mrs Luther Williams of Montpelier spent Thursday night with her daughter Mss Mary who is attending school brre The pupils of the M F thank theo courtesy f the News for this space allowed them and are glad for opportu g9Ispirit and pride we have in our school Ella Todd NOW AND THEN Two weeks ago Mr R M Briley who was born and reared in Russell county four miles from Crelsboro arrived in Columbia with the view of visiting his old home and to spend a few weeks with relatives in the neigh borhood after being absent twenty nine years When he left this country there were quite a number of distillers in Russell county turning out annually peacht tiller himself He was anxious to get a few gallons of peach brandy to take to Louisiana where he now resides Upon reaching Columbia he visited who7Sm and after a hearty shake of the hand his mission was made known Mr Win i frey informed him that his people were haobeen razed and there was not even sign of his old stillbouse left tha this country was strictly a temperance r locality and that neither brandy no whisky could be procured for Jove no- moneyWell Said Mr Briley if my peo t pIe are all dead and every body i reaching temperance no peach bran dy in the country I will return f Louisiana and he took the first had for his home in the Sunny South d COMMENDABLE r t Mr Robert Reed son of M l f E W Reed of this city holds ArthurtS marfor the large firm with which he is as sociated yet he has not forgotten his old homej and his obligations hereto fore assumed Last week Mr Conover Treasurer of the Columb l Christian Church received a tte r I jIrm the abovtf mentioned ypung man f a check ipr 10and instruc te him to lI 1t to his credit jn th =e t church Before leaving Columbia and 1 J r while using all his available means to educate himself Mr Reed could not give as freely as he desired but told Mr Conover that later on he would contrib te The check is proof of his steadfastness of purpose is evidence of sue tees and marks him as a true man in the right road that leads to a desirable Tool many men forget or utterly different to the wel are of the old home and its institu while only a few give manifesta of their love when against the battles of life in a distant land Rob Reed as we call him is an exception ASSESSED VALUE OF PROPERTY OF ADAIR COUNTY BY DISTRICTSl The following is the assessed value of the property Cf Adairy by dis tricts No 1 f r 351140 No Yv v it 244909 NO 3 rj l 233675 No 4 l i fe 212107 No 5vi li vy 183994 No 6 iri n 329836 No 7 j Ui r 437472 Town of Columbia 7 554661 i 254779g4 The Board of supervisors are now at workand some slight changes may be made in these figuresJ DIDNT MAKE MUCH EFFORT e r Mr W It Lyon a native Columbian who now resides Campbellsville should feel proud and justly so asta traveling salesman He represents H Wedekind Co wholesale grocers of Louisville and du ing the yeaVl907 he spjd 100600 worth of groceries It is impossible to head a boy who received his training at Columbia Wherever you find them matters not their avocation they are in the lead CIRCUIT COURT The following number of cases are beginnineNine appearances Eleven equity There are seventy commonwealth cases twentysix felony and fortyfour misdemeanor Only three or four of the twentysix felony cases will be b fore the court THE FAITHFUL FEW Last Sunday was a very disagreeable day and but few people ventured out from their respected homes Notwith steadylpour Cook jyent to Zion and filled his regular appointment We learn from Bro Cook that the most attentive listeners to his discourse were Mr Burton Yates and wife Mr Jo Willis and Mr Melvin ConoverPREACHING NEXT SUNDAY Iw H C Sandidge Union t chapeltZ T Williams Mt Pleasant rH T Jessee Smiths grove rJ M Pierce Freedom A R Kasey Columbia Valleyso y RIDINGk This night Tidin business in Kentucky Is keeping the Governor awake onights i iotarIn using force to put down theirspite Whats the use of burning up good t bacco When it can be sold for ready casli J SocietyAnd lyisheadAbout the tobacco situation The Night Ri ersllad ttelbe in theeIrbeds 4 U yIA Fred t r c NEEDED LEGISLATION There ought to be some legislation on the mode of travel and transporting ov er pikes For instance the pike from here Campbellsville For sometime this highway has been in a fearful conti dition especially from Cane Valley to Campbellsville andthere isa reason for it and it is not neglect oft the part at of the President of the pike but on ac JfromFor some time the McLean Lumber Company has been hauling logs from the Page land to the railroad using a traction engine to which is hooked three arge wagons loaded with logs As a result the pike is cut to pieces making travel very rough for lightvehicles The law fixes the toll for a traction ena ginebutNat the time the rate was fixed the character of work the engine is do ing between Cane Valley and Campbells ville was not considered The stockholders of pikes ought to be protected The week of prayer closed last Sun day night at the Christian Church with two short and interesting talks from Rev J C Cook and Rev A R Kasey The Services during the week were fair ly well attended and very much enjoyed At these meetings laymen were given an opportunity to express their views and speeches were made by Judge H C Baker Gov J R Hindman and Mr Paull Smythe ADAIR CIRCUIT CO URAt G C Russell Gdn cPlffx t vs Ethel Russell Dft Persons haying claims against the estate of T IRus sell deceased are hereby notified to present theme before me properly prov- en as required by law on or before the 23rd day of January 1908Failure to comply with this order will forever bar your claim against the estate HERSHEL T BARER M C A1GC 93tIFirst grand concert of the season given by tae Columbia Brass Band Saturday night Jan 18th at the court ogf the city and their new director Prof A J Boyer a musician of acknowledged ability also an accomplished violinist Program will consist of violin solo vocal selections recitations and Brass quarI tetts and duets eFORSALE I have 10 acres of land half in cultivation the rest in timber well watered- a good 5room house good outbuilding Lestock of goods that will invoice Iron 1000 to 1200 Post office in store As good stand as can be secured in Taylor county I want to sell on account tof my health Call or write me if inter ested in an investment of this kinds 72m W T ELDER Atchison Ky Dr W R Grissom and wife enter tained all the physicians in Columbia Rev A R Kasey and Mr J H Youn last Thursday A magnificent dinner was spread consisting of substantiate and all the delicacies of the season Dr and Mrs Grissom sent invitations to every physician in the county and those absent were verymuch regretted An opportunity is now presented the Adair county young ladies to convince the public of their popularity Enter theNews contest and secure a handsome goldwatch bracelet ring or brooch It is a merit contest not the hansom est young lady but the one who can command the most friends Read the advertisement in the News If you know yourself to be as much as one year in arrears to The News send in the amount at onceois we are forced to obey the order of the Postmaster General which means that every sub asoa dollar will be cut from our list the first of February I have a good 2 story 7 room dwelling near my mill for sale Near an acre of goehiss ever thing in repair I also have a gbod building lot for sale arid wi build a house on it to suit the purchaser V WRMyres J84t f 2Y Columbia Ky- i 11 r103tThe second page of this paper con local newstDont fail to hear March Tannhauser Band concert Born to the wife of L V Hall anuary 9 1908 a son Born to the wife of J E Johnston on the 9th a ten pound son There were 1795 dogs listed in Adair county during the year 1907 Dont fail to attend the band concert the courthouse Saturday night Dont miss Prof A J Boyers violin selections a t band concert nIP hfThe second December school money has been received by the school Super intendent The popular opera 111 Trovotore will be rendered as a violin solo atBand concert Saturday night If your paper stops the first of February you may know that you owe this office a dollar or more That grand old hymn Lead Me Sa will be rendered by a brass quar ette at band concert Saturday night Born to the wife of Lafayette Knight one day last week a son To the wife of Talt Bradshaw a daughter 1 I have a lot of mens and boys long Ulster overcoats that i am closing out at cost tf W L Walker Mr Eli Strange and wife have r moved from Glenville and have taken up their residence in Boyle county On another page in this paper can b found a report of Mr Jo Coffey Jr Treasurer of the town of Columbia Mrs Murray who conducted a board ing house at Lebanon known to a great many people in this section died last Friday morning If you want groceries cheap go Geo W Staples store He is sellin at cost for spot cash 92t Dr JT Hammonds bought the wi dow Rosenbaums house and lot jn Glenville fOl800 and will remove to it in a few weeks Have made big reductions on mens and boys clothing over coats Call and see them and get a bargains W L Walker Hereafter every subscriber to The News must pay in advance for we can not employ a bookkeeper to keep trace of accounts under the present ruling of the Postmaster General tobaccgbed JM yards square the first day of January On the same day his ewe found nine lambs Mr Feese this a good omen All accounts are now due and mus be settled If you have not got the mon ey dont wait to be called on but come i and settle tf WP L Walker Mrs Bettie Butler writes a friend that she is highly pleased with the cli mate of Mississippi and that she 41 perhaps attend a grand opera at New Orleans next week In the table of rates for tuition at the M and F published last week there was a typographical error Tuition in normal department was given at 800 300rThe little son of Mr and Mrs Perry Hutchinson who fell in the fire last thweekae face and hands is getting along very nicely It is gratifying to state that the little fellow will not be disfigured- s Mrs James Edwards whose maiden name was Tutt died at her late home llin Bfart county last week She was a 4rttcHi8iii6f Mr NM Tutt and WasinColumbia during the ession of tbeIsattulle Confer ence tr sxt J cIIOMEz8K 7HMr S G McClister wife and chil dren who have been living in Eiida New Mexico for the past two years returned to this county last Saturday night and Sunday morning went out to their former neighborhood- A News man met Mr McClister at the Columbia Hotel and made inquiry about all Adair county people now lo cated at Elida He stated that some of them were getting along nicely ma king a little money and that others were not doing so well He thinks thatINew Mexico will eventually be a great country and that Kentuckians who are there with some capital will be rich some day if they will hold their proper ty Mr McClister had a deed to 160 acres which he sold to Mr Gee W Robertson for a fair price Mr Mc Clister further said that the panic struck the moneyless men hard in and c about Elida but they hoped for better times in a few months AMUSING j Gov J R Hindman made rather an amusing speech at the antituberculo sis meeting held at the Methodist church a few evenings ago The Governor is in favor of stamping out the disease and would be glad Ifa remedy could be found that would be effective But when the doctors are all at sea he can see no remedy in sight Since the i days of Adam it has been claimed that the disease is hereditary now they saysit is not hereditary but contagious and if the discussion IS keptup throughout the country said Governor Hindman it will not belong until every person with a tickling cough will be quaran tined Continuing he said My wife is now in California She has a slight matteretherlines drawn so she can not get home He made a number of other j earelJar t moreIf the Governor would l relief he would say give sugft Ii open air treatment VLFSDUDLEY KEMP M Last Thursday at the home of tb T MigCassie Kemp the ceremony being inpressively said by Rev J A Johnson Dr J T Hammonds will remove from Casey county to GJenville The doctor has two daughters old enough to enter coliege and it is our understand ing that he will educate them at Columbia i TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY The Lindsey Wilson now has 250 pu lpUs in attendance a large majority of them from a distance The dormitories are full but the management has rent 0ed rooms near the campus from good families and are ready to take care of sall that will come The January open Sing was the largest the institution has ever had r t tWe learn from Mr John Q Alexan der who spent Monday night in Con lumbia that our old friend Mr Creed Haskins is quite sick at his home in Campbellsville We are real sorry to chronicle this information but trust- I that in a very short time we will be to announce that he has fully re jcovered and we are sure that Adair + county will join us in the wish as Mr Haskins is known and very much l ked throughout its domain v The Municipal Board elected Mr Jams A Willis Town Marshal Monday night Mr Willis has bonded and is now on duty We predict that he will make a prudent good officer The Marshal will give the business men until the first of February to remove all bb strut dons from in front of their houses Mrs Stephen Jones met with a stroke of paralysis last Wednesday She is a sisterpfCPand JJ Banks of Cane Valley and Mrs Wm Butler whd lives near Columbia j Prof AGHiIl will 8ingtGrady jt yille third Sunday fl j 2 J v 1 J c I h 1 t 2THEADS AIR COUNTY NEWS LOCAL MEN WBOWEREPROMINEp r Columbia and Adair county has turnedout many prominent men l and there is scar ly a day but an incident In the life of some one iJ of them is related Persons who f are not informed conclude that tt these men lived to a good old age For instance take Cola Tim Cravens father of Mr Mont Cravens who was a lawyer known throughout the State and a Democratic politician who upon mpre than one occasion had tilts with Geo D Prentice who was a Phigh and then le editor of the Louisville Journal In making this statement the uninformed conclude that Mr Cravens was an old man when he died when in fact he was only fortythree years old and during his short life he made more reputation as a lawyer and politician than many of the same profession make who live until they are seventyfive or eighty Another lawyerMr John A Peebles In his day he was known to every body in this section of Kentucky but he died L a young man less than thirty t two years of geI Mr Young E Hurt father of Rollin Lucen Tobe and Y E Hurt who was many times th sherriff of Adair county one of the best officers the county ever had He was a Very prudent but a very courageous man If I you were to ask how old he was when he died the answer very likely would be about seventy t when In reality he was only fifty two or three Take Col Thos E Bramlette He was not born here but many years of his life were spent in Columbia He served this dis trict as circuit Judge command ed a regiment in the Federall army and was the War Governor of Kentuckya brilliaut man yet his caraeer was cut short before he was sixty year old Col Geo Alfred Caldwell born twoIterms in Congress commanded a regiment in the Mexican Wa and until his death practiced Jaw in Louisville making a j reputation that is spoken of until this day died comparatively i young man l Mr Robt T Garnett who was s a brother of the late Judge Ja 1Garnett was prominent in the affairs of Adair County a lawyer of ability and perhaps coul quote more law correctly than kany Other lawyer at thi oara historian superior to any 1t other man in the county died be IJ fore he was forty years old iJs Mr W E Frazer who was a K lf I adingmeJchanta hd w lir methods of doing business you 4 hear equently mentioned n this t day dat the age of about arl l thirtyone after having accumu t 0 lated an estateworth perhaps fifr ity thousand dollars fJKi i 1 There are many other prpmi t nent persons we could mention ff7i4i17 riajiyes of this town arid courier 2rM W tfaccomplished a great deal lifei i t dyulg f young iI ar r ridenilY inaiy r classes tft4 f 14eii Ji 1qf t7l p rt r r ff 1 fy t businessare looking up in Adair county Money is circulating freely and in a few weeks every thing will be grindingbriskl and the financial panic forgotten I MARRIED i I MrLB Hurt who resides at Montpelier and who is one of Adair cpuntys best citizens was married last Thursday afternoon at 230 to Mrs Lizzie E Rosen baum of Glenville The ceremony took place at the resident of Eld F J Barger the rites being solemiedin a very imprss ive manner Immediately after the ceremony the couple came to the home of the brides son in this place and in a few days they will be at thier home Montpe tier 4 t I The threecolored boys Ben f Milam Geo Campbell and Joe Henry McAlary were given an examining trial before Judge Ju nius Hancock Tuesday o f last week The proof was conclusive and they were held over and th witnesses recognized to appear before the grand jury which convenes next Monday The outlook for them to be given a trip to Frankfort is exceedingly flat tering It will be remembered CoeS store Next Monday will be the firs dayof the Adair circuit court A very large crowd is expected town and doubtless business wil be good There will probably be thte market as a number or buyer- from a distance will likely be here All friends of the News are requested to call at the office re new their subscriptions and secure a handsome calendar for the year 1908 We know the names of a number of Republicans who will annouce fr various offices in due time The names were given to us confidentially but there is not a doubt but we have them cor havernever asked for office but they are located properly to get votes The election will not be until prosa pective candidates have begun laying up rails The following gentlemen coin pose the Board of Supervisors AdWaggener J M Wolford and L wensto work on Tuesday the 7th inst Up to this writing a great Oman people have been summoned t appear before it and show cause noet be raise in valuation There are a great many people throughout Adair county who are indebted to the News on the subscription ourttWe ar trying to collect all that is du glatheif those who know themselves s Int takes a great ideal of money to rm ourbusiness and we nee every dollat Ibw I J I 1j J ri r r J r fvh r i f f1 i t A NEW ENTERPRISE It is likely that Columbia will havea new enterprise in a short timeMr Lincoln Denton and Mr Charles Meece of Somerset were here last week prospecting with a view of locating a stave dresser If they can buy the timber and arrange with parties to deliver staves in the rough at Columbia the enterprise will be a go Such a business would give quite a num ber of hands employment bring ing a considerable sum of money into the county We trust that Messrs Denton Meece Vlillfinda sufficient amnount of timber and that they will locate their machine in this place OUR FATHER r In memory of our father Wyatt H Smithwho diedDecember 6 1907 Farewell dear father but not forever There will be a glorious da nJWe shall meet to part nOvnever On the resurrection morn sleepingetomb v Thou shalt have glorious waking When the blessed Lord doth come Peaceful be thy silent slumber Peaceful in thy grave so low Thou no more will join our numbers Thou no more our sorrows know Yet again we hope to meet thee When the days of life are fled And in heaven with joy to greet thee Where no farewell tears are shed The gentle voice now ishushed warm true heart is stillItAnd on thy cold and icy brow Is resting deaths coldchill It 1Thy hands are clasped upon thy breast have kissed thy loving brow 1And in our aching heart we know We have no father now Farewell dear father sweet thy rest withsFarewell til in some happy place We shall behold thy face again Tis ours to miss these all our years And tender memories of thee keep Thine in the Lord to rest for so He giveth His beloved seepI Tis hard to break the tender cord When love has bound the heart Tis hard so hard to speak the words We must forever part Dearest loved one we must lay thee In thy peaceful grave embrace But thy memory will be cherished Till we see thy heavenly face I Earth has lost its look of gladness Heaven seems to us more bright Since the spirit of dear fatherfTook its happy homeward flight And we long to crops the river Long to rest upon that shore There to see and know and love him With the Savior ever more A precious one from us has gone A voice we loved is still A place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled God in His wisdom has recalled The boon His love had piven And though the body slumbers here x The soul is safe in heavenaA daughter Pheobe I havetg SS though ut Adair county The cases were mostly deep colds oand maleria fever At this time the situation is much better all persons afflictedimproving Col LT Neat has accepted a position with the wholesale cloth ing estabishmen of Shettleworth onrtraveleSouthEastedarn Kentucky Bfe is a sales man of long experience and years ago when 011 the road he corn manded a fitie trade Ete canf da1 rft0 t 1il ifIIcI t ttJCf GJl + r jf 1li C 1 rrWith prices to please the lowest and JJquality to please the most fastideous buyers in the market we offer the following immense stock of Dry c Goods Hardware Etc 4 to odr customers 40 00000 tom DryGoods Ladies and Childrens Cloaks Dress Grodds u II Furnishings and Hosiery Glothsc ing Suits and Overcoats t 1110 000 oa Stock worth of Shoes IIII In every variety SUItS3OOto250 ercoats250to 20 112 CARLOADS WAGONS II 1Car1oadgof Disc Harrows 1 Cload Plows Cultivators 1 Cload Corn Planters and Onehorse Drills A Car each of Lime Salt 0nent and Pla- sterWoodson v w Lewis Greensburg Kentucky 1h N 1I1iillh Qc VI LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER PLASTER Is mortar There is intelligent economy in the material common lime I mortar for plastering makes weak and uncertain ceiling as it is li able to fall any time and cause several hundred dollars damages You den it like wood containing no sand you saw or nailit like wood MANUFACTURED AIa Kentucky Wall Plaster Co 1 Brook River StsBOTH PHONES 2267 I Also Operating HOOSIER WALL PRASTER PLANT Jeffersonville Phone 11 i t Jf ay iit rrl E beg to announceIto the public the Wformal opening of New Store at 356 Westa- roundd Jeffarsoiv Street just the corner from Fourth Jivonk ETC is strictly new and to date Our prices are as low as had anywhere i t I tt ttYf t a substitute for com mon lime of this The use of a can can BY QrLouisville Ind 555 TON W QUARTERS our bUSinessat712tW up can be LHUBERSON ht use JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS i i 4 l I r r j r p fT Jp I iI vi L I 1w THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 37 Il r VV 1Z l VitiWLi arc m7K ZJ 6 iir 71 f i7iiiA nm m- I I Have iE u fi v A COMPLETE STOCJCOE Vs nr j 1i J r j iYC l E N w f 1 C jIw z iii POULTRYI v 3I rp v STETTING SCREEN DOORS WIREsi Fence Roofing Spring Hinges Sash Hang f E ers Door Pulls Screen Door Catches Win l J t f dow Screens Ice Cream Freezers Refriger ators Garden Hoes Rakes Shovels Manure 71C 5 Forks Wheelbarrows Snaths Haying A n iE I Tools Lawn Mowers Grass Hooks Grass 7 7It Shears AT BOTTOM PRICES U V ii= i 7i i v7i iir i 17 iiJ JC J V ii f JOHN A HOBSON m J 7i 1r NIX m Qreensburg Ky SC 1 jl t v IwvIwiwvi N m iA in in i h n m1 m n 71 N l S f Fifth Avenue Hotel IQ PIKE CAMPBELL MGR Refurnished Redecorated and Re t modled A Firstclass Hotel at Popu lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and T heatersSFIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS Lxuviile Kentucky I The Louisville Trust 1 l Company LOUISV lLLE valuables of trust busi tor Admin every posi fair impar its cor its great I 111 CONSULTATION EXAMINATIONJREE AND 111 Columbia Kentucky 11 I I t FOR A GOOD MEAL VISIT THE J Manhattan Restaurant and Lunch Counter OTTO L VENT Prtp 502 JEFFERSON STREET oftetllrt1Hse j 2JJ L3ifJllW Kentucky tEENtII D1EA1s I C E j t h t s r lLr r fl JI JL 1fifth IMenzies IeA Cure for Misery I have found a cure for the malaria polsonproClucesys R Barnes of ouellenj SC Its call Electric TJitters and comes in 50ce abottlesacase of or a- and bilioua attack in almost no tun it puts yellow jaundice clean but cauu8atif 4Thi grt toriic and blood purifier givts quick TeliWin allptpmach liver and kidnty scam the Hof lekilclr4old r H gurautei toreyi f i MUNICIPAL REPORT 4 rJKyfTreasurer L DISBURSEMETS W E Bradshaw claim 200 s Clint Smith work on street 400 R H Price hauling gravel 237- 5iW A Myers work on streets 16 00 H C Wolford work on streets 20 95 R L English work on streets 6 00 Morrison Walker Co lum ber for bridge 4 57 Tim B Cravens for taking list 15 00 3r5 Dunbar Co money paid to hands for town JSO- E Jo Coffey Jr salary 5 v p Frank Judd work on street 485 Clint Smith work on street 5 85 8I5 Nathan Waggener hauling Egravel S 25 R L Con over gravel y X 2 55 John Waggener work on streets 3 98 Ed Stone work on streets 360 H C Wolford work on strees 36 50 Leslie Staples hauling 6 25 Al Sinclair work on street 4 8 5JR H Price hauling gravel 17 50 Ed Sinclair work on street 86 Gt6 Lucien Burbridge work on streets 350 Miss Tillie J Trabue 205 N M Tutt 200 Gordon Montgomery assignee of Z M Staples as supervisor OI Horace Jeffries supervisor 6 00 L B Hurt supervisor 6 00 WA Myers T M workon street 7 73 W W Bradshaw wood 3 95I The Bradley Gilbert printing ballots 18 00 Allen Walker hauling crusher 23 25 Russell Co money furnish ed hands for town 24 02 Jo Coffey Jr salary 5 00 W F JTeffries Sons money furnished hands for town 31 72 f W R Myers lights 105 00 Gordon Montgomery services as attorney 37 50 Indiana Road Machine CoCopartpayment on crusher 500 00 Zack Franklin work on streets 11 87 Wm Stapp Inmber 75 00 A W Tarter haulingrock 7 AH Ballard surveying 1 50 W L Walker materials furnished J 2 18 W R Myers lights x 131 29 25r001A G W Garrison 17 00 AW Tarter hauling 6 40 Russell Co materials fur i Z nished 6 05 J T Barbee work on graveyard J 1 50 N M Tutt work on street 2 63 W F Jeffries Sons mate L furnished 2447 S 1Claims paid for hands of S crusher 260 80 S D Barbee work at quarry 14 75 W R Myers lights 52 55 J S D Barbee for money paid L hands at quarry 35 70 S D Barbee for money paid J- landsat quarry 2725 SD Barbee for money paid R hands tquarryJ27 50 C Sallie Rey Marcum service as J assessor L 25 W A Coffey service ass pervisor vvr 600 Gordon Montgomery service as attorney 37 50 L Chas Barbee t hauling rock 22 50 S D Barbee hauling rock v 18 50 I- AW Tarter hauling rock 13 00 A W Tarter hauling rock 5 00 G S Harris printing 100 Sam Barbeet hauling rock 12 50 J W Coffey work on tools 1 75 Jo Coffey Jr salary 5OGe G H Nell work on street 1 50 H Russell Co r money fur1JshrJed hands 23 Qo W R Myers lightsL t r jl 51 17 WR Myers lightsti l ldl61 Zack Franklin work on street 9 80 S D Barbee work at quarry 19 70 L B Hurt service as super 7Lvisor 600 ZM Staples hauling rock 3 25 S D Barbee jamtpaid hands at quarry 24 50 W F Jeffries service as supervisor 6 00 L Jeffries sons materials fum 1M6S L 6e25 H s amt s 15c00 haulinge T ofrock 2700 i1er work on street 230 KWaffctnt ri iM tetrick r 5430i Lltf J 81r2350ba quury j 1 rr r r l wt t r JA Thompson hauling rock 13 50 S D Barbee work at quarry 5 00 Sam Barbee work on street 1 50 S D Barbee hauling rock 18 50 John Waggener hauling rock 930 W W Brabshaw wood 4 12 S D Barbee hauling rock 12 00 John Cummins rent on engine 18 90 W R Myers lights 95 44 S D Barbee hauling rock 33 12I Russell Co material furn ished g 05 15tJim Stone hauling rock 7 00 J W Stone hauling rock 16 25 S D Barbee hauling rock 7 20 S D Barbee hauling rock 12 S D Barbee hauling rock 15 Charlie Barbee hauling rock 1625 Charlie Barbee hauling rock 8 00 Sam Barbee hauling rock 3 20 Sam Barbee hauling rock 1375 Planing Mill Co sawing and furnishing lumber H 06 HO Mullinix hauling rock 10 00 Will Chapman hauling rock 1625 W H Wilson hauling 1 00 Nat Walker hauling rock 14 30 G A Smith hauling rock 16 25 Allen Walker hauling rock 15 00 R Cummins rent on engine 35 QO Jo Thompson hauling rock 1 25 G H Nell hauling rock 10 00 Indiania road machine Co forS crusher 500 00 JD Walker hauling rock 28 25 S W Beck for chairs for trustees 3 75 Harry Chilson hauling 1 25 Jo Coffey Jr salary 5 00 Gordon Montgomery service as attorney 37 50 J V White 24 90 W R Myers 160 98 J V White V 19 15 V White 1550 J V White 29 05 J W Stone 2 50 J V White i 00 Russell Co 29 25 J V White 4 00 J V White 3150 20 mantles 2 00 F Dan Jones work on street 1 20 L Planing Mill Co bridge lum J berg 7 89 W R Myers lights 192 40 G V White am t paid hands at quarry 25 40 Alex Bohanon work at quarry 1 00 Jeffries sons amt paid- H hands for work at grave yard 37 70 Go A Smith hauling rock 1 V White amt paid hands at quarry 25 48 Wm Brooks work on streets 10 35 L W Tarter hauling 455 L F Claycombamt paid for F work on str eti 1 05 F Franklin for work on street 1 33 J JV White work at quarry 5 40 J V White amt paid hands at quarry 13 95 Sp Barbee work at quarry 1 75 Pickett work at quarry 7 00 S Denny work at quarry 7 00 Ewing work at quarry 7 00 W W Moore work at quarry 7 00 W Feese work at quarry 5 00 G V White work at quarry 7 00 C Hurt rent on engine 2ir 00 W E Traylor work at quarry 5 00 Pickett workat quarry 200 D Barbee work at quarry 5 00 Hudson work on street 7 00 Smith work on street 5 00 M Blair wood 2500S Norman Christie workon street 50 E W P Taylor worn on street 383 J Spencer Ewing work at quarry 5 Op H C Hurt rent on engine 17 50 June Pickett work atquarry 2 20 Pickett work at 5 00 JSBob Waggener work at quarry 1 00 G Rue Montgomery work at quar J xY vi 0SamSmith work at quarry 500 C Wolford Hauling rockX16 50 A English building culvert 5 50 Wm Brooks work on sewer 4 50 L cCt June Pickett work at quarry 8 12 Spencer Ewing workat quarry 7 00 Pickett work at quarry 650 Ca gFrankFrank Allen work at qaurry 4 00 2175CIMClofficerC Hurt rent on engine 8 gO Af Walker hauling rock 32 10 C1SQ1workon oo8rui1StWi Jrfurn r i i 4p iL PanoatiajJ1iDc rock and r Fji tYJY C l fk 6 o ftwork on tools 13 65 L Pickett work at quarry 2 if Ruban Bohanon work at quar ry lgOi Clint Smith work at quarry 150 S D Barbee hauling rock 30 50 Charlie Barbee hauling rock 31 25 Sam Barbee hauling rock 3140 June Pickett work at quarry 2 50 Spencer Ewing work at qaurry 1 50 Wes Moore work at quarry 2 00 Frank Smith work at quarry 150 Nat Walker hauling rock G 25 A W Tarter hauling rock 20 25 Nat Walker hauling Tock 2 00 Jeffries Sons money and ma terial furnished 1617 5rwork at quarry i50J- O L Allen work at quarry 2 50 Ed Barbee work at quarry 110 F Allen work at quarry 3 50 Wes Moore work at quarry 1 50 June Pickett work at quarry 5 63 L Pickett work at quarry 4 50 Frank Smith work at quarry 3 00 W R Myers Lights 101 22 H 0 Mullinix hauling rock 5 00 Bob Waggener hauling rock 1 50 Spencer Ewing work at quarry 8jO John Lester hauling rock 3 75 L Pickett work at quarry 5 50 H G Chilson hauling rock 1 00 John Sneed work at quarry 5 50 Frank Smith work at quarry 5 50 Ed Barbee work at quarry 5 50 J V White work at quarry 6 25 June Pickett work at quarry 6 88 Luther Allen work at quarry 5 50 Richd Bohanan work at quarry 5 50jy Frank Allen work at quarry 5 50 S D Barbee work at quarry 1 75 Wes Moore work at quarry 500 W 0 Pile election officer 1 00 J V White work at quarry 3 00 L Pickett work at quarry 3 00 June Pickett work at quarry 3 75 L Allen work at quarry 2 00 S D Barbee work at quarry 50 John Sneed work atquarry 300rR Bohonan work at quarry 3 00 Frank Allen work at quarry 3 00 Ed Barbee work at quarry 3 00 Wes Moore work at quarry 3 00 Smith work at quarry 2 OD C Hurt use of engine 2550 W Jackman powder and fuse 4 13 Jo Coffey Jr salary as treasurer 5 00 Montgomery salary as atty 37 50 Jeff ens Sons drill and materials 4 25 Byron Montgomery for work 50 Geo Smith for work 405 0 Mullinex for gravel I 00 June Pickett for work V 2C12- 5l June Pickett for work 188tEd Barbee for work 1 00rEd Barbee for work 1 70 Pickett for work 1 50 Pickett for work 1 70 Allen for work 190 Allen for work 150 V White for work 2 25 f V White for work 1 50 Nat Walker hauling rock 7 65 Sam Barbee hauling rock 17 05 Chas Barbee hauling rock 600 D Barbee work on street 100 Chas Barbee hauling tock 25 H Wilson hauling rock 300 Jim Duncan work on bridge v l 00 4 F Stults measuring lumber 50v Stults Bros lumber 1801 Dock Walker hauling rock V2v70 Dock Walker hauling ck v3f06f Wes Moore work v v 60 Wes Moore work t i70t Wes Moore work 1 00 Spencer Ewing world 1 70 Ewing work i 1 50 Spencer Ewing work 600 tL Moss work on tpQI 37 W Stone hauling rook u 3 75 P Walker hauling rock v 250 HA Walker Imuling ockfe l 555 Russell Co materiaiJurmshecI 21 25 Geo Staples serving notices 540 fJasStaples assessor 2500v Grissom hauling rock v 2 50 V White work v 75JMyers lights 42 84t Barbee hauling rocK x 1740 Sam Barbee hauling rock xx 25 x Nat Walker hauling rock 361L Nat Walker hauling rock i J yl1 = Pickett work r ot6 i r lChasron Montgomery election clerk 1 OO RECEIPTS y Balance to credit in Bank 1905 803 88v sh by W A Myers T M1906 5i84 t sh by Std A Myers Tftl 44 14 by S C Strange T M 51 25 hite tax 5 00 l Show tax 2 50 show tax 2000 sh by SC Strange T M 400 00 p asbbY Gordon Montgomery 994 by F T Smith T M 500 by F T Smith T MT 500 00 Check by F T Smith T M 400 00 Check by F T SDtiJ Mo 50 OO Check by F T Smith TM 600 00 kby F T Smith ToM 200 00 eck by F T Smith T1 + X00 00 L by F T Smith Ti M 400 00 r rk show tax 5 00IjyK SmithaX M 500 OO t t 1 V y FtSmitb T 5OOfotOOj i i I j c J t9 Q55 4 j JrifSr fO Cott u tfrIurrtj IIt iu 57 J I 4 y4 V 7K 7i7K7KK7K H Clothing 1 v A 25 Per cent Reduction H on llvHeavy Weight Boysi f t Shoes DepartJt ClosingIsome Ines atxrsl prIces away below bemc now n v Dry Goods j Every Winter weight article in Dry Goods jS must go Bed Blankets ic Comforts Underwear Ho sieryFacinators Sweaters andiEwEfW IL W 1 7CVi n ii niI 7i 7i m 7i if1t daif oni l1 tWl Published Every Wednesday IY THE Ad ir County News Company INCORPORATED CH SIHARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Pcstoffice as second lass mail matter f WED JAN 15 1908 l DEMOCRATIC TICKET t For United States SenateGov J C W Beckhara Th present Legislature will be expe ted to redistrict the State and while that may be considered a light duty by some a po liticaLadvantage to be gainQedby 4 others yet it does not so occur to us Political districts were not originally intended to be V formed for partisan purposes but for equal and fair representation of the people and bus iness interests within Tore district this State is no little matter for it ought to be done in the interest and for the wel fare of the entire people and not for individuals ora particular party No fair minded man shouldwant an undue or unfair advantage and the Democratic party ought to be willing to live within the limits of its princi pies egual and fair repr esentaitiori to all and if it des so its representatives must make 4such changes as will truly repre sent the people This State is no worse than the average it Snot Vso great a sinner as some of the Northern States but two Wrongs do not make conditions better To make a long story short the- eN ws believes inredistricting so as to give fair representation to the people of both parties to the ofJevery se By order of the Postmaster General weekly newspapers will v riot be carried through the mails as second class matter where the subscriber is as much as one yyearin arrears The Postmaster of Columbia has called the Dictatorjtoextra postage 3r 1 I S w THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS S1l IE c J v l v Slv iv i L 3- I I 7K71 11 71 7r 71 7I I 7 J J7l 711 7i I J 1 1 I 1I I 71 jX71 Stock RgaleHaving bought too laygely duriirgtlievpastrSeaSonin soine ines of goods wS find ourselves overload ed at a time that stocks should be lowthere is but one remedy cut prices down regardless ofcost and let ein go To do this we offer 100 Ladies and Misses Ready =to ware Skirts at Less than Manufacturers Cost 5 dozen Mens Assorted Hats former price 150 to 200 Sale Price 100 5 dozen Mens and Boys Hats former price 100 tQ150 now 50c to 75c r WE ARE ANXIOUS TO HAVE YOU COME IN AND SEE OUR BARGAINS Rus S ell CoJvvvv rvI w vvw v iwvw n vVIvw vwr- l 7lI min 1in 71 11 L 1Ii in r1 n 7f m I mI I ifs J n n will amount to about 50 cents per year on each subscription af fected so it is a plain fact that all those more than one year in arrears must be dropped from our list If you want The News pay up arrearage for on the first day of February every one more than a year in arrears will be dropped from our list A statement will be mailed you at the earliest opportunity This is riOt of our choosing but in obedience to a decree that invades personal rights but beyound our power to regulate We can not afford t pay the extra postage and must keep within the law The Editor of The Spectator is under th same ruling and will act accord ingly avoid the postage One of the greatest proposi tions that should engage the at tention of Kentuckys Legislature is the creation of a State roan fund under the control of a board of State Road Commissioners r with explicit instruction as to how it should be prorated to the various counties willing to buildmacadam roads If the Legislature will move out on this proposition it will confer the greatest good yet attempted to be done for the rural districts and not only bring good to the people of Kentucky but will be come the initiative of a system that will be adopted by other States and finally lead to Nation al aidthe thing that should have been done long ago Miss Sallie Ray Marcum of- thisp1acewas nominated bythe Joint Republican caucus atFrank- fort for Librarian This is a nice- compliment paid her by the so ons of her party especially when itis known that her attachment to that political organization dates back to only a few months She has made however a most telling fight for Republich principles through her paper The Candit is but right that she should be rewarded The News feels proud of such a high compliment paid Miss Marcum If the National Government had given as much money to build roads in Kentucky as ithas appropriated on a few of our Jstreamscom rcewithinomIborders would firmer foundation and the farmers happier and more prosperous jN onalraid to roads will come by tndlwd the sooner thee better f t4 j tt 1 i ExGov W 0 Bradley is the caucus noninee of the Republicans for United States Senator When candidates for U S senator are voted for it will be strictly a party voterand the nominee ex Gov J C W Bec ham will be elected At that is the way it looks at thi writing Secretary Taft is the first Big Gun to open up an of the cause of the panic In his speeches he charges it up to soo so thee Kentucky dog law and the Re pubIicancandidatefprPresidentnext that both are likely to be repeal ed I The manyannouncements mad by the newspapers that the panic is over is no news to the people It is over all the country and every body knows it bill has been introduced to Irepe l the dog tax and to refund taxes collected on them last year The amount is about 100 000 IThe Kentucky Legislature will the tobacco situation n the State The actions of nigh t riders grow more alarming j 1 COBURG Nowthat the election is over the panic about subsided and Win ter here in full blast I presume we may again be a welcome visitor to the columns of the News and the editor will give us credit with at least apart of our duty J G Dudgeon has prized and shipped over 50000 pounds of tobacco from his barn at Coburg RL Faulkner has also prized and shipped a large amount They paid the growers livin prices for it Prices ranged from 5 to 10 per hundred Most of this tobacco was grown in AdairWe glad to notice the fa miliar face of WeR Johnson four junior merchant at Coburg behind his counters He is slowly improving In health and will we hope soon be able to attend to all his business at the store FrApkIit 0 lte jt Collimbia erttucky in nmm1CIIIAS2F Iit I on the pike near Tampico school house s Hop Davis who last yea occupied the Bomme property o the pike has gone with his fam frokagoltA number of Caney Fork farm ers among them Chas Morris J T Sublett TS Scott and J greatnI deal of winter plowing done J F Sublett of Caney Fork rented the Watson property at Cane Valley and removed his family thereto He placed his children in the Cane Valley Nor mal School He will run his farm as usual v Bud D lr ering was on Caney Fork last week and bought 3 263 pound hogs from T S Scott AeIYour correspondent accompanied by his motherinlaw Mrs A A Cowherd his wife and lit tIe son visited Elijah Sublett at his home iiTCane Valley Sunday and had the pleasure of seeing four generations assembled un der the same roof This distin guished old gentleman and his good wife are at the head of one of the best known families of Adair and they have a record that but few can equal They have been married more than fifty years and have always made their home in andabout Cane Valley They have raised eight children to be grown all of whom are living except one and all married except John Green their bachelor son who has set tied down to wait upon them in their old age They have a large number of grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren ail of whom delight iri surprising these good old people and aunt Jane who has always lived with them at Christmas time with innumerable gifts which aresure ledga very active life have made and lost two or three fortunes in their day and still Have enough of this worlds goods with the unstinted help of their children to make life pleasant While their lies th is not as1 goodast usual at present dtie to attacks iof grip yet they holdup well for people nearing they threescore and ten years and their minds are as clear as in J r AneL band they take great elight in conversmg onctnTet lissuesu well asthe thin of they t ehi8tory bf tHftfaWy We e jilliff t P t 1 i IJ o V IL 4- JI 71 71 17Ii I n 11V XFX srx MX xrx xix xfxix xi s xix xix xix xix xix IVE W iM1I January White Goods wI 7iSale In addition to the 7i w Bargain Sale In othV I herave our IatSpring Stock of White Goods Em brodries Etc Nv flmis the these goods and make them up before the busy Spring months j IEItvvyiwivrVVwi1C7nn r IILx 700 LIVE RED and i I GRAY 1 I FOXES 1 I =mwIUEALTHY good condition not i I fWill pay 200 each for RED fOXES 125 each paoY Iabove prices at iour express office or any mail carrier com a ing into Campbellsville K7when crated light and safe i0with new tin cup for watert Never use nold tin can as + the rust kills them f Feed them chicken fresh beef or rab ibit no salty food f I will pay more alive than fur dealers pay for skins q Write me iabout how many you will able to get q NO CRIPPLED FOXES WANTED q Foxes may be de r livered at the following places Cooley Bros Absher L R Chelf KniHcy T Skags iMac A Reed Miller Columbiaa rS S Goode Casey Creek Bob Wilson Cane Valley s Joe Marshalls barber shop t Greensburg i WT HODGEN I CAMPBELLSVILLE KY o BOX 232Id t o + 0 jwritten it would furnish volumes J 1 of interesting reading But for fear I make this item too long I wIll close with the hope that their lives may be spared through manY future xears of happi t nessi t t Rank Foolishness Whim attacked by a cough or a ol0j or when your throat is sore it is rank t fthaht C O Eldridge of Empire Ga I hare New Discore seven years andal fi know it is the beas remedy on earth for J coughs and coJdscroup and Wll throaty end lung trotbles My children are subject to croup but New Disc erY J quickly cures every attack Known i1tIe world over as1ingp hroiifc tJiuid 1OO LT1II Lt fl t1= i V iii J v l 1 rrI s THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSa v 5 1 Q 1 PERSONAL II- Mr William Shipp reached Columbia Monday night Mr is F GfilpmfCTainpbellsvilfe was heffThursday Prof A HBaliardvwas4n Louisville market last week Mr A H Marshall made his regular trip to Columbia last week Eld W K Azbill will return from a visit to Cleveland Ohio this week Miss IDa Dohoney of Cane Valley will enter school at Bradfordsville next weekMrs Myrt Hobson Campbellsville visited her sisrer Mrs J B Barbee last Sunday Mr E O Stone traveling salesman for Strater Bros was in Adair county lalllastweek IrR H Durham who was absent fromColumbia six weeks returned a few days ago V Mr I C Harmon a good citizen living on Green river is confined to his bed with pneumonia Mr J W Shaw an gentleman a traveling salesman was here from Nashville Saturday Mr Marvin Young and wife hae returned from Cumberland co fand ar ynow at home at the jQbiumbia Hotel Dr J N Page and yfife left Satur- dayI for Monticello The Doctor will return Monday Mrs Page will re J main severalleeks 1vMrs S f ie Patterson of Jamestown considerablyhtfIt injuries are not of a serious nature Mr J C Yates represnting the Bradfordsville Overall Factory was in Columbia last Wednesday with a full line 0fisamplesHe went from here to his old stamping ground Grady vilte i J Mr F RBWinfrey was taken quite ill in Mr tJeoST Flowers Jr barbershop last Fridayjwiorning Dr Russell was called who administered restora tives and in a short time Mr Winfrey was ablet5 be conveyed home Misses Afiigie Tupman and Lizzie Feese of this office spent last Sunday in the country The weather some what interferred with their plans but the day was delightfully spent listening to the rain as it fell upon the roof Mr Geo ASmith carried his son Herbert to Louisville last week and had his eyes examined The specialist decided that they were only inflamed and with the use of proper glasses they would soon come all right He was also advised to keep his son out of school for awhile l LOCALS I ti Al PAID LIST f The following subscribers have paid since last issue WIT F Curry Miss Hattie Shirley W H Shaw 0 C Collins Trigg Defevrs Jim Williams G P Smythe W W TBradshaw Mrs W G Conover Miss Laura Rosenbaum Sell Bennett W A Gary J E Johnston M L A Mitchell MO Stevenson Ethel Moore W Tarter T W Dowell J F- Shepherd J A Chapman FARM FOR SALE 4 I I will sell my farm one mile from Neatsburg church and school house on Bryants creek in Adair county con taming 95 acres A good two story house barn and also three small tracts qftimberland for particulars see W F Neat Garlin Ky or Frank Hardwick ISTeatsburg 103ts B TNeat yi I DEATHMi r jl The dwelling of Mr Charley Mul Unix Casey county n artl Adair line was burned Monday night The roof was falling in when the fire was du overed Mr Mulllinixs mother 70 years oldwas consumed in the flamesAll h notes and accounts owing me are now due itn J need tte money If you have notdiettledp onx account p edo iip at oucd or you r JJta state Walkerti t i i Ia ABSHER s Miss Gertrude Gabbert will start in a short time for Bowling Green to attend school Mr and Mrs W P Dilling ham visjte their son R 0 Dillingham of the L W TVS Monday Miss Arva Cave intertained a number o her young friends Sunday bybAudrey Dillinghrm All repoted the evening will spent Mr Frank Gabbert and sister Gertrude visited their grid mother Saturday and Sujwlay ftMrr Cane Valley spent M mlay rigm with his brother iniaw3iH and Delany Robertson Mrs Mary A ferockman is on the sick list Miss Hallie BaulttBpentSunday with her uncle H B Robertson Mr Jim Brockman of near Pellyton passed throngh this neighborhood Thursday Miss Bursha Vaughan of this place was visiting relatives at Milltown during the holidays Born to the wife ofvHenry Ingram on the 9th of Jan a daughter CANE VALLEY i C D Murrell after h pleasant visit of three weeks returned to his home in Indian Territory R B Wilson shipped his third car of turkeys to Cleveland Ohio last Friday Mr Wilson is a great poultry man and we are glad to see him in the business againMessrs J W Sublett Wyatt Feese and CR Dudgeon were in Louisville ast week on business Mr and Mrs Frank Buchanan Louisville spent the holidays with us Mr T I Smith Jr sold a bird dog to Eugene Rice Camp bellsville last week for 10 Mr Garnett Smith who has made this place his home from birth sold his farm to Moley Clark and moved to Todd last week Mr Smith countyI ways been kind to every body andwe are sorry iosee him leave J Jas Tupman of Campbells ville has rented property of Frank Jackman and will make Cane Valley one snore good city zen this year Mr Wm Russell one of our old pioneers returned come from Mississippi last Saturday where he had spent the holidays hunt ingMr Russell hunted the same territory and with the same men and dogs that Teddie Roose velt did last fall Hutchison Bros of this place sold 10000 bottles of soft drinks in the past six months and MrII T I Smith comes in as with the sale of only 8000 Ray Page found a 250 gold piece while tearing down an old house hat belonged to his uncle Jas M Page last week Our Normal School that is taught by Prof Jack Sanders is progressing nicely We have 100 scholars nrQllegtpQW and several more to come Irof Sanders is assisted by Prof Kerr a high tone gentleman and Miss Lizzie evens and aceoinphshed young lady lWecare all ih pleased with this trio oi ttiwhers and w tlRIcWi f plSpectn for a fine sch lr i I t 4iThe News Mftcpntest a Be up and Doin and Cet alr f Valuable Prize u ii rt trJ On the 15th day of April 1908 The News will give to FOUR YOUNG LADIES IN ADAIR COUNTY the fol lowing premiums To the one receiving the largest number ofvotes as below stated Jif A Beautiful Gold Watch To the second A Gold BraceletThird Andto Fourth 20 yearguarantee case Elgin Movements fff An fItIA Beautiful Set Ring lA Gold Brooch r Conditions of Contest rI For every dollar paidon Subscription whether to settle arrearage ortoad yance Subscription 125 VOTES WILL BE ALLOWED I For every New Subscriber paying 100 150 VOTESl For less than a dollar a vote for each cent whether new or old subscriber FIVE HUNDRED VOTES WILL BE REQUIRED to place anyone in nomina i w tion after which any number of votes will be accepted and placed to her credit i No one directly or indirectly connected with The News will be admitted to 1h the Contest The name of every contestant and the exact number of votes to her credit Ir V will be published each week so any one who desires may keep up with the con test The ballots will be filed away and in the event of a close finish will be pro 1 duced to satisfy any doubts J U No one connected with this office will espouse the cause of anyone contestant II Itis a Merit Contest and must be determined by the activity of the contestants and not by any solicitation or work on the part of anyone connected with The News II Every article offered is genuine and guaranteed Call at PaulPs drug store fr and see the articles and be convinced that The News is offering meritorious giftsffor meritorious results Nominations are now in order Fill out the ollowirig H EDITOR NEWS vFind enclosed which place to the credit of o r lfV bn Subscription and giveMiss vv Votes vrL Yours truly r t w w o riThe best School in Kentucky y for Your Children y 1 rJC Spring Term Opens Jan tgt 1908 permonthC j ICcJj 7 jp LY t Special Rate re5OOO In Advance 5OO TditionJlotirdandOjricidentals for Five Months J t For furttier information ad4ree NEftSON SS oluinrIY r iJL i r Q r tiri1r iIr 1ar + d 1 t l Jtr J r t 5 6 THE ADAIR COVNTYNEW8 VIV = SiRADJUNCTION COLORADO f ziEditor7 t1Tow that the holidays are over A arid I have been here one Sum mer and Winter so far Ithoughtt I would write you a few lines re garding this grand vallef and 1toy impressions of the me- r1iwhicli f I thought might interest Jt l my old friends and neighbors t f This valley commences at Pal iy isade 18 miles East of here rwhere it is 1 mile wide 1I then T broadens out to about 10Jmiles wide at this point and then gets i gradually narrow for 15rt West of here where it eiidsiir th Utah Desert On each i side of the valley is a range of mputift 3 1ains from 3 to 20 miles away coy erect with snow while here in Grand Junction the grodricl is1 u bare the sun shines brightly1 men are working on the streets in their shirt sleeves and the street sprinklers are out laying J the dust to the comfort of the 4WWe have had but two light snows this Winter and theYf melted as fast as they fell the rainfall is light here and we de pend entirely upon irrigation for crops which makes them cer tain every year i i The Valley to which I havere = paired is as fine a tract of land as the crow ever flew over i All sorts of grains and fruits can be raised Alfalfa gives five tons per acre worth on an average of 10 per ton Wheat yields 35 to 45 bushels per acre oats 60 to 90 bushels per acre and barley from 40 to 60 bushels per acre land all sell at high prices to sup ply the mining and lumber camps in the mountains The prices of all other farm products are good The climate is the finest 1 ever saw no wind no snow or slush and temperature v hardly ever more than5 or 6 degrees Below zero My family and I have the v best of health and had rather live here than any where we ev er lived GrandJunction is the main or principal city ofthe western slope of Colorado located at the junc Lion of the Gunnison and Grand i rivers and has a population of vj about 10000 people It is thee V r division point of four Hf9ds1 and large shops are maintained v Here giving employment to hun dreds fmenAt the1jresent 4 time there is not an empty busy news house in the town and it is almost impossible to find resi fi deuceproPertY to rent tWe have a beet sugar plant t here worth 1500000 tnaVun r 9sfive Q pro Induces about 15000000 p Qdsrof vy sugar eachfseasdrn and gave the laborers and growers 5o0 00 y this year A canning factSryi t e worth 20OOO will be er cted m the year 1908 The town IS S Well supplied with electric lights jTjgaS works Ice plant aid hasp Ci fine system of waterr orks f Rents ar highbut except butter ll yiaM eggs living is aQutiJlcbftP as farther east Wages are ko6ds which easily offsets the ex r cost of Jiying The sthrzefiratclas and u todam r rj off ourbeat bald zfi J ft I tkt 4f11 j ci tif 1 11I i Iw 2 Jt ork t Wly ti Yltr t k i tJl lJ iir t Rm S a l 1 l rBellnd I r 1yejS wL I I i r turIkelettuce radishes apples ranges celery pineapples and cucumbers fort5Ghristmas IDtring October andfupto TpvemberilOfplenty of strawberries were litlref market i at15c sand 20c abox being he ldsecondTMcrop sand not ins ia hothousef as ydU fit might imagine If yotE qiiestion this statement in yourmin9 all ybU will have to dowiIrMJ to IfdtjbeThe go ernment haSAJ st OfeM lj ropriationfortne puildingi- t 1 3 t fi ofwhat we call the High Line canal which will bringunder CUM r tivati rf 100000 acres ffirstI class and which will make this at booming town next summer The1 surveyors Have an office here and wili begin the work bf atingI at once- t 0 I wirfh some of the Kentucky friends might come out land see 7t what they can enjoy1 here tr j You friendj r tLP d WATSON 7tBiiStJl GARLAND TEXAS t f J J to t L1P 6 EditorNews 3 v f Wilt you please allow ari old Kentuckian a little spaceiniYou- rAaperas I read so much about my 4It Hear old friendsj ttt t I left Kentuckir in March 1888 and came to Texas with my son r1 inlaw Willis Monroe and I fair ily I have beenback on a visit twice but I will never seemy old home again as I am getting I ivr1 too old to travel and have hot many relatives living there nova IhayjB threqe Bothers anavtw6 sistersin robsHto r1blywhen I tell Qutheirt1La nes you will know who T amt Ix am a daughter of Dr Milton a WbV ford and a ist pto Dr Rod r Milton and iL Wolfemi Mrst tt Ma gieJ rY man and Mrs Vena Coffey I would beglaU indeed io hear from any of then oi ny of my old friends I hope all r I those who read this letter will t f tnwrite to me Jewish I cowl1t see i iny dear ones in Kentucky but I never shall p6na t1iilUt Bote- to meet them all heavenwnere there is no t IlHt J v I I vill be ighoari 61dtlie tenth dav of next avbut I am- y strong for my t Jil can walkab utasw UlasjimtJ the Youngeip eo le anp cdn l aos+ we- l1welr3kt T J jd11Q4WL I1J V fal writ T etracd4nd ll nui l1 di 1 ItflaO3c 61 aIf mal sit JI b8Jhisetm ni on litij S1lIrJP l f f 1 J tUtJto I r1 I The ills peculiar to women take different forms Z tome ladles suffer every month from dark rings roundd their eyes blotches on their skin and tired fe nngttothers suffef a niesof pain that words can hardly express Whatever the symptoms rem mbetth re is one medicine that will go beyond mere symptoms and gpact on the cause of their troubles the weakened womanly organs r tt s- 1 Wine of Carduit Mrs M C Austin of Memphis Tenn writes For five 5 years I suffered with every symptom of female disease but after using the wellknown Cardui Home Treatment I was entirely well I WRITE US A LETTER 4 r fl j 1J11I rr I f If r Will give you comfort sweltering day When hot and weary it imparts vigor and energy soda fountain and in bottles 5c =GODS THOUGHTS OF US t t David with ar clear view of Gods relation tOiUS saysi H How preciousIunto me 0 GodM 19W very sad the sense of loneliness Np pne to confide in No one to love us no one to help lift the cloud of sadness and point out to us the watchfulness of Him who slumbers not How consoling to eelin such an hour the hand of a human friend How sweet the thought to know we are remembered with loving interest by number of friends yekwhat are either of these as surances to the supreme con sciousness that God remembers usd anthat we share his thoughts and have a place in all his benev olent plans L J God thinks of us lovingly as a father thinks oi his child He could not think otherwise for God is love This stream of thouglrtfal affection flowing out of the heart of our father is constant He never forgets us In all places times and circum stances he thinks orus Hei thinksofous personally Away with the idea that God thinks of us as indefinite parts of some multitude The Lord thinketh upon thee v t purLinjdividuality would help us to ap preciate what Christ has done for us and would cause us to put a Pauline estimate upon the Word which is a personal mes sage to each of us Gods plans for us are the very best i plans Surely his thoughts of us are wise thoughts helptJ fulness t Tt JVe often think bf people trJj a outan r dispositidn 6rj desire ior r Je helpf t- but not so JJ Is fciL itb God r t Po sr doubt1alh s i tYotio Jtl ad now 1 et tio4thrn O4li oJXtf helplf aunfmi1CC ptint I 4r hYk t TI 1 ji rf Ii 1r1Y t l Write today for a free copy of valuable 64page Illustrated Book for Women 1f you need Med Ica Advjce describe your symptoms stating age and reply will be sent in plain sealed envelope Address Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn r on a 5c ai 4t i modesty and even gratefully the controlcounselof the power that works for us and inus 0 thou Searcher of hearts try us and dense us Leadus on in the way ever lasting If you will pray the above prayer you should accept the answer which many take a different form from what we ex pect or desire It may come in the shape of trouble loss or humiliation But in whatever form the an swer comes remember itis in finitely better to be led back to where we can behold Him who is invisible than too on and on forever J C CookI IRVIN S STORE f Christmas passed off quietly here weather very nice Bryan Meece Iis building a large barn V Nearly every body is sending bids for the mail route Mr and Mrs A W Gadberry of Decatur visited at Dr Ham monds last Sunday A M Wilson has a new girl as a Christmas gift Mrs RP Smith1S visiting her parents this week The new offices of Fonthill were installed Saturday By Past MasfrJ H Smith of Fonthill Our school closed last Monday with very interesting exercises especially did the little ones show up Mr W H Hopper is a good teacher we reccommend him to any community as a teacher Ds Hammond sold one young horse to James rtY for 100 V G Rexrpatbpught a cow from 1Vl r Crabtree AQtt2Z OH L PMr Drew syI Meecef and Miss marriedWe ous Sli anjBiapRye yqar 1 rffiS 5Ifn 1 G h t fut 1 prJ aIDi rs 4in p1ith1 i v lastlbaby rerj jJ eIcl New onfe feWiioirts V1w V Irlris wined r jn T v ikr t J d J dc a f A NEW SONG z The Republican editors who rafhavepraises of protection are be ginning to sing pretty low andito see a great light now that their own toes have been trod upon For several months there have been heard distinct rumb lings of dissatisfaction anda t storm of fury is apt to break when the greedy paper te st twists the screws a bit rather Perhaps it will prove a public ijIing paper monopolists were not ri wise enough to refrain from reaching for the last dent r When the storm of G 0 P 1theunitedly demand the abolition of the robber tariff that oppresses s them perhaps 0 perhaps they will also be honest enough to demand similar relief for the Jtwhole people the toiling masses from all the wicked and out rageous exactions of the sacredt Robber Tariff Somerset Jo rIInal- co v v a j RUSSELL JPRINKS k J H Payne has m 1Dyed the house vacated by Henry Aaron WF Smith has returneolf rom I a few weeks visit to Texas s f Born to the wife of L E Daft nell on the seventh a boy J ved1ifromVaughan house j vfJames1 town one day lastveekI Clay Sullivan our jailer X l iij here Ion business one day last weekI0 L Smith is assisting Ithe work ar51ilalast week on business 4tScbterm Jan 6tbVJth the argest 1 ent lbnentyetn1e work is all 5efl wianized and i4 ip1 ended condition 1 ld Jri L 3 7 1 l 1 r w 0 Ie I w V cr t C t f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i 3 V g 444- ct t Kimble HotrF r YO J W KIMBLE Proprietor f C GOOD ROOMS GOOD BEUS v O 100v per Day Sample Rooms Free Q FEED AND LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION QQ 4 4- Russell Springs Kentucky 44 444444444W + iv44OOOO oe aXs OO O 1f o FRANK CORCORAN 0- o vu 8igh Grade O1 Marble Granite o cI Cemetery work See US before iof all kind you buy Trade from Adair and adjoining countiesrsolicited Kytf f 444 44444 4c 4444 84 t COLUMBIA PLANING MILL COMPANY ALL KINDS OF L Building Ma trial i Rough and Dressed Lumber t = =FURNITUREIMade to Order and on Hands at all Times A fun Line of Windows and Doors COLUMBIA KENTUCKY r WHY BREAK YOUR BACK When you can Get a 1900 Ball Bearing WASH MACHINE I that a Child 14 years old can Wash a Tub of Clothes in 6 minutes Guaranteed to do the Work or Money Refunded Write for prices on NEW WAY GASOLINE ENGINES Address Department A care of DEHLER BROS II HOTELTiLiPH LOUISVILLE K Y 0 ITS NOT TOO LATEa I F you havent purchased buy your Christmas PresentsII ATt TJilt f r i W L SIMMONS 9 HUMBLEf KY I l H HARDWICK Pres J COCKE Pres R DIETZMAN Sec W TPyne Mill Supply Co i i ESTAUSIci I86I INCORPORATED 1889 f JVIILsLtWRICNTS J fi j mAcRINlSTS II d DEALERS IN I eNGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS I I GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS ii 1301WTPlPQ1fTH tH L LOUISVILLE Ic I tfSMOKETACKSSheet i Ii rJ- O13BINi VO K SOLICITEDJ i Jr 1i r 4 W J t 1rj 1 lNIFLE h ofcJ ttIIJ1 f x hV t at 1 l Cl Sfri1aspss r d andonly 1 two fights in our twn The caurse of ey1rBoys t3ke warning frdmitni Jand ne tjghristmas leave off Jwhiskey F 1 The New Year entered with beautiful sunshine and warm weather for winter Mr Robert Young and wife of Columbia were visiting John Arnold and famiJyjlastfWeek M 0Iiie r- vine Thomas Sanders of Dunn visited his daughter Mrs Jack Morgan a few days last week I i i By the time this goes to press Casey Greek will be spanned 4lby1 a1 suspension foot Bridget at this place t rar L Married at the residence of the aunt Mrs Jones MIV Robert tDuirin to ills s Myrtle BiottQtn Both parties are highly respected The groom is a son ofvMH Quinn and the bride a daughter of W J Bottoms From the amount of bids being put in for the mail routesthee prospects are good for a change in carriers il Mr J W Hendrickson wail soonv have his mew resident ready to move into l Mr N M Tutt was in oh fawn oil business a few days ago- Mif Lucien Jones and sister Nettie of Pelley ton weft visiting the family WR Watsona few days of last week Mr D W Gowdy of Camp bellsville has bought all the tobacco in this section paying good prices for all and fancy prices h IifoiT some j i iMu J H oung Columbiai Was in his section on business a few days agOt1 v iM D R Chelf was in Qolumbia qibusinssone day last week The present prices on tobacc- will cause a large acreage to b planted this season mthisvtpart of the cbijntryH i Stock traders are offering4cts for 100lbs hogs to feedtfoi rthe springmarket The wheat crop lookswell for3 the season and young grasses that merIlooks nice bf tt 1v The farmersare busy deliver ing their tobacco to Cam bells i tILt rioriM i ville X 4fl1HP tlifcirr Mi1 0 Y1JPtheOfor g a con era bl amount of Jail and winter lowing njrtt rl it sAhappyNew Year to the News and Jts force V J ROWENA 1 rf1The ity enjoyed the holidays very much Quite a number of the young people made a pleasant tripJto Burnside on the boat t lj iVI Miss Martha Murray S wel ton was the guest of Misses Bess Mand ttye Rowe during the holidays Messrs Guy Dunbar T Pv Stephenson Howard Smithy Bill and Ike Story and Miss Kate Stephenson enterejischppl at the LWTg ednesda Y t Mb Fret McFarlarid Vhis ter Miss Lela are yisitingi yiela Lives at AiDany w td Mr9srarg ck and Ms Dora dfr lIlarrlelDec 29th Mr IP of I lesiia h ma I tJsitfpghis aritc Mf r1Jribm atar1 e 0anmr W IT3tIu adfl tes JrFta idyPrank Smith if t7s 6r r J t and sister Miss May left t last week for Hollis OklaWm where they have acctoted positions I feachersas 0 tx if Misses Eula Cook and Stella pppper of Lulav sand Messrs GampJxell j of 0reesboro and Wootie Wheat of Denmark attended the party at rAs H Rowers Monday nlght A 4 ABSUER Jj Ijj 1 Several of the young folks of this ineighborhood attended tne Xmas tree at Neatsburg Miss Jennie Baileyof Ahshfer is visiting her brother of Watson v lithis week 1 Miigs Bertha Dillingham of Absher visited her cousin Mrs Minnie Harmon of Neatsburgj last week n Mr and Mrs Stephen Absher of Craycraft spread a bountifull dinner at tHeir home Saturday for several of their neighbors and friends IMr W H Cave s little daught er Clep is visiting her cousin Gtaciet Gabbert pf Rojeyk this week 8iirTta ri cii Miss Clara Robertson enter tamed quite a number of he young friends s Mo day evening all report a nice timer Ford ce Gabbert jcvjll start the first of the year to Louisville to attend a Medical school tt MrOsie Dillingham will attend I school at Columbia this win ter Mr Nolan White of Keats burg was visiting his Uncle part of last week d r Mr and Mrs Owen Hendrick son and son Ray visited their parents at Absher Sunday MrDelany Robertson iss be1 ginning for an early crop of tobacco he has the foundation I of two large plant beds ready to dateO OJ tl j iii iii Mr Luther1 and YaltetCJhap man 1of Garlin are visiting friends at Absher Mrs H T Robertson and daughter Judelle were wthe guests of Mrs Henry Ingram Thursday of last week tilMrs Mary Humphreys who has been Confined fox some time n with typhoid fever is improving this writing I Little Eva daughter of J H Morris has been confined to her room for some tirietjtlipnii- t onpnia is slowly improving J BRYAN viY t isj very good IrMr A CLoy who has had an attack of pneumonia is somebet ter t l t L J1 LastTuesda and Wednesday was the meeting atthe Methodistchu chGriders CHap HBro T L Hulse preached three ihtereMng sermons i 4 Barnes Co are receiving a nice lot of shoes this week Milda Shearer andt Bothers had a nice fox race qneday last week H Higher Health lliyeI vVI have reached Higher health eve since I began using Dr Kings New Life Pits writes Jacob Springer of West franklin Maine They keep my tQtych1 ive fidhbWdls noIking just right If these pills disappoint you on trial money will be refunded at Ti IIuIIsrn g store tlh U trjt c 5u t41j bmfOR SAtEra tid q 7 r t PI1 t t rona J l6 1 11Al1 Ir pcrjnc oal fc t pM tj S C M WISEMAN SON Diamonds and Precious Stones J wlers and Opticians tI H Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line inlOposite Music Hall 1132W Market 1st 2d StLouisville Ky 5 s 04 I crenshawl Special Attention to Eyes istulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur seal work done at fair prices I am yell fixed to take care of stock Mon stockITONEHALF MILE t FROM COLUM IA ON I Coffins AND Caskets U I keepready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be soldat short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it- would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop SpringsI PJC Jas Triplets Dr J E Grant TRIPLETT GRANT DENTISTS Cf Porcelain Fillings t Somnoform Gas i jRepidence Phone 29 Office Phone 40 Ring a Office in Jeffries Building Columbia Kentucky Dr O So Dunbar DENTIST ff- OFFICE FRONT ROOMS DJ Tl JEFFRIES B U i L D I N G t + PHONE NO 40 RING 3t L Columbia jitlilt 1LMORE Moret FI cstciasK Tiibl e f Good S mpi Itooneati Feed Stable Vvl y it Keasonabie Kates iW MWILMO Re rl Oy hard vilje KentucK y i i tliiDoesMr EE Chamberlain of Clinton aine says of aciclenfs Arnica Salve MJt does the business l have use Jit for piles and Mt cured them Ufedit for chapped hands md it dth8D1 4p fed it toan old sore Juxiit heiiled it j40iput leiving a scar I1indUl25ca fc IVE Paull Ii dru atom 1i1 ti 0 r i f t 8 j t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i JtIWITU OUR CORRESPONDENTS Jt r L WeeksHappenih gs News m o nfn Otherwise as Report 1 IL tt ied By Our COTpsjbrJCoicipondents r 17 IMDYVIL E tJ Cager Yates of BradfoVds 0ue was here the first of the- week vlL T Neat was with our mer r chants last Friday Rev S L 1 Crouch was at 1 Burnsides a day or so of week lastlj i fW L Grady and Hill and Sons spent a few days in Columbia last eekWesley Dowell of Miami was Here last Friday on business I James Goff of Columbia and Jfd Stone of Danville was here Wednesday r Mark Wilson is now in his new shop with plenty of work to do r Mr and Mrs W P Flowers ajre now at home living intheJ property of C 0 Moss in our eity1 v Mr G T Flowers and his son Lee spent several days in the community of Fairplay visiting elatiyes Rev Johnson filled his regular appointment here last Sunday- S James Gilpin of Sparksville vwas in our midst last Thursday r He reports business matters very quiet iniiis section L C Hindman and family spent last week in Columbian relativesMiss 4 hia spent several days of lastot wjeek Visiting the family of Mr J A Diddle at this place f v Messrs G H Nell and C8 CofJtunbia last week looking after Vjcattle v f Miss Mollie Flowers and Mr j Charlie Diddle two of oursociet people entered the L W TS Mast Monday 1 Mr J A Diddle made a busi ness trip to Greensburg the first of the week Mr Diddle in formed your reporter that the prospective market on lumber Sy yas very gloomy i The young nimsods in this sec i t 1on cleaned up the feathery f tribe We have not the exac number that each one killed We 7 y 5dre satisfied they did not take in v Chaprpian of Garlin did i Messrs Diddle Parson our Y efficient mill men have recently i j bbught and received anew en J ine When this is put in they i r will have one of the best mills in iJktl1estate and it goes saying that their business ha free l immense for the past six I t Im thS Your reporter pleasure hndclthe ikbeing out In tryone 1 ictay last week and you would be uiirised to see the work the l ar farmers are doing in this section 1ithe way of clearing ground an il plowing The scarcity fcorni will push peope to the front in a O working capacity v rj 6 y i At the home of Mr and Mrs r4 Diddle in our city one eve Jinning during the holidays th Ala ies were called toether o- J r sipluir town tor partake of a nand r n ling in honor of Miss MIl- t J 3 aked Walker of Columbia The lfjiours enjoyedwi lL Sf i JF r I I Fti r and will long be remembered by every one presentI THURLOW J W B Helm bought a two Iyear old colt from G A Blake man for 105 John Kinwell sold a blind mule to dd Mouser for 2540 Wilburn Curry and John Nea gle exchanged cows Neagle gave Curry 500 to boot We are having fine and pleas ant weather at this writing Cord Blakeman and family have moved to their new residence Bill Jones and wife were visiting the letters parents Mr and Mrs Taylor of Donansburg Saturday and Sunday Uncle Jeffrie Jeffries died with dropsy Dec 22 and was laid to rest in the Thurlow ceme tery Mr Charlie Burress of Clover Lick and Miss Claudie Dawson were married Dec 24 Mr Leo Blakeman and Miss Kate Ennis Mr J L Wright and Miss Le thia Paxton were married Dec 25t Mr Jean McAgee of India na and Miss Perine Tucker of this place were married Dec 25 lRev Vanhoy officiating Leo Blakeman will soon have his new house ready to move in Rev Virge Irvin who once livedin Gradyville diedat his home in Louisville Dec 20 and was brought to this place for burial Dec 22 Mrs Alice Arnett has just had a new feed barn completed farmYJames Phillips Jr was riding along a by path through the Woods one night during Xmas and rode into a barb wire fence and got his horse severely torn- up Dick Jeffries is erecting a nice little cottage near this place A R Perkins has decided to andtMT PLEASANT The weather is favorable for farming Mrs Ed Butler is visiting her mother in Green county M Cundiff is plowing his ttobacco land He will plant five acres this coming season The gro whig wheat crop looks well Our old friend Col E Butler is in very poor health A nlimber of the young society attendt appointment a few nights since Lagrippe is Prevalent in this neighborhood Mrs and Mrs Montg om sisterse fewror t Miss Kate Gill has entered the szWT i f rW RO WES X ROADS Bill Cook Co are setting up their awmill Lucy Murphey is on the sick list John Oakes is logging for Bill Cook A D Aaron has moved to Denmark Olie Wolfordvery bad healthA crowd at Thomas Hadleys last Sunday to witness the marriage of Alvin McElroy to Florence Stapp Verna and Laura Hadley spent Christmas at Thomas Hadley The girls say they had a nice time Come again Hays Coffeys condition is no better He has been confined to his bed three years His back hips and legs are as stiff as a board He is a great sufferer but his tongue is limber He shouts praises to God daily His wife is algo in bad health They are both old- Anotherr strange caseAlexan- der Hammon He has been flat of his back for 27 years He is as helpless as a child He is in good health His back hips and legs areas stiff as a log He can use his arms He can knit sew make shoes work at watch es and clocks a jackofall tradesJim Voils went to Casey county got him a girl named Martha Taylor They then went to Tennessee and got marriedwhile Christmas was goingypn OPPA Mrs Mjlton Powell has been on the sick list fQr sometime I Mrs Jane Heiston and daughter Miss Mary who has been vis iting relatives and friends at this place returned to their home fn Campbellsville last Wednes day Mrs W W Brockman was on the sick list several days of last weekThe tacky party given by Mr and Mrs Dave Will en last Fri day nieht was largely attended and enjoyed by all that was pres ent the prize was awarded Miss Effie Sanders and Mr Joe Cono ver as being the couple What to do in Dyspepsia Dieting has become a great fad in America and just as years ago we as- a nation overate so now we are under eating The one is as badas the other Man needs food and plenty of it to sus competeinyoumaythat you dont digest what you eat And If that results in dyspepsia you will not cure the trouble by cutting down your food sup plyf your digestive organs were creating the proper amount of gastric and peptic juices you would have no dyspepsia To cure the disease You must create an abundance of these necessary juices This can only be done by a reliable tonic laxa CaldwellsSyrupneeded to do this Take it regularly for awhile according to the explicit directions on each bottle and you will soon be cured of dyspepsia and any of the accompanying symptoms such as stomachbloateristomachhivespimples ach etc Every bottle carries with it an absolute guarantee to do what we claim It is agen tle pleasant effective laxative and you will like its actionOne remedYis Harry F Keator a lieutenant one of the Chicago companies that fought at the battle of Santiago While in the wet trenches and eat ing the rough food of a soldier he contracted severe dyspepsia and lost weight rapidly A toDrdyspepsiabutYour druggist will sell you a bottle at 50 cents or 81 and you will find it worth a hundred times that to you FREE TESTThose wishing to try Dr Cald Syrup Pepsin before buy In2can have a free sample bottle sent to their home by addressing the company This offer is to prove thatthe remedy will do as we claim and is only open to those never taken it Send for it If you have any Symptoms of stomachi liver or bowel disease Gentlest yel most effective 1axaUvef r children women and old folks A home cure THE PUBLIC VERDICT No Laxative So Good and Sure as DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product bears purity guarantee NoJ l7i Washington DC PEPSIN SYRUP CO 1 1l t Jdw ii IIIIIfJ V ii4cl r t Ready Have just received t- A CarLoadI t of Wagons r and am ready to P supply the public i c 1f Also carry a complete line of Machinery and Hardware i J H Phelps iJamestown Kentucky S A Happy Thought to look for Floor Coverings at Kentuckys Metropolis and Louisvilles X Best Store IcHubbuch BrosJCentrally Located524 526 and 528 W Market street r i f you are sure to find reliable qualities and prices and an assortment hadno equal south of the Ohio river Our Carpet Floor40 feet by 128 feetpis brim full of fine values and our modern display of CARPETHUCfe ALL SIZES 360 different patterns will impress you as to the happy thought of being induced to visit this uptodate es tablishment Nra ANV J E SNOW J C POPPjEWELL 1f I Snow Popp1 ewe 11 i Dealers in General Merchandise r Dry Goods Groceries Hardware 1 7 Buggies Wagons Harness Ferti tlizer and Uudertaker Goods t RussellSprings kentuckyr G o I I By attention to Sash and Doors enablec to a larger and a better = to n than any othe house in the orders to the Quick I E l CO INCORPORATED Completely Renovated Throughout Absolute Satrilaetion d GuaranteedE ise H U tel- CHAS FG4NS BRO PRO r RAT Sl00 fe Day 23424iE hMarket 1 ft KYr EXCLUSIVEI SASH is what we are confining biir irea carry stock SouthiSend your HUGHES IEnterp IETORS St- LOUISVILL and- LDOR HOUSE 2I52IT2I9 E Main LOUISVILLE StI CiiJ C r I It