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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I I r- I j c 0 I it 3bMfrr t f Bfi t i L 2VnUMEXI COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANriAkY29tJ 8 NUMBER 12 J GROING IN INTERESTS The News Merit Contest To Four Young Ladies in Adair County First prize Ladies Gold Watch Second prize Gold Bracelet Third prize Gold Set RingwFourth prize Gold Br Contest closes Wednesday April 15th 1908 a t 12 M Below is given the vote up to 1130 this TuesdaycJennie McFarland Columbia 5360 Mollie Caldwell Portland 3230 Mary Feese Cane Valley 3020 Pearl Breeding Vester 2585 Nora Bradshaw Montpelier 2235 Mary Hulse Columbia 1725 Lula Connor Glensfork 1250 tf Alice Walker Columbia 985 1 Miss Cora Smith has received some votes but not enough to nominate SOCIAL GATHERINGa The entertainment given by Misses Myrtle Myers and Alice Walker at the spacious and elegant home of the for mer was a most enjoyable affair and will be remembered by the Beethoven i Club in whose honor it was given as one pf the most pleasant features of the season The hostess were untir pig in their efforts entertaining in their usual graceful and charming man nerThe parlors and reception halls were decorated with palms and ferns with the Class colorsblack and old gold in evidence Musical games and contests were indulged in and the evening was made still more interesting by the ren dition of several recitations and selec tionsin music The favors were miniature pictures of great musical com posers tied suth the colors of the even ing jajxuisjjdQPHMt khe questions Tflrere answered with the names of cam posers and the prize awarded was a picture of Beethoven monuted in black and gold Mrs J E Grant being she winner The Beethoven Class is composed tf Mrs J E Grant Misses Lina Rosen field Elizabeth Holladay Bettie and Martha Hancock and Margaret Toddj The Class entertained the following gentlemen refreshments being served A S Chewnmg H T Baker J W Flowers Prof Ohlenmacher Geo JLowe John Lee Walker Dr R Y Hiridman and Dr J E Grant zo CUTTING AFFRAY Information has reached this office that on Tuesday of last week Jim r Robinson a citizen of Russellcounty was found in the road about one mile from Jamestown seriously cut in the side and other places about the body He was carried to Jamestown and sub sequently conveyed to his home There is a rumor as to who did the cuttingbut definite information of the trouble has npTejci a tJi office It is said that lair Robinson will recover ccS THE YOUNG MAN SAFE The above caption was the subject of Eld Z T Williams discourse last Sunday night He read for his text the fate of Absalom and drew from the couse and manner of his death some pointed lessons which many of his hearers would profit if they would heed his admonitions He took up disobe dience licentiousness the drink habit cigarette smoking and the carrying of L concealed deadly weapons and pointed the fate that universally befell those who indulged in these ugly and detes table habits It was an entertaining discourse SERlOUSWf HURT v h Mr Scott Conover who was engaged in hauling togs to the mill of the Stand ard Hardwood Lumber Company got very badly hurt last Saturday forenoon He had reached the mill with logs and in unloading them his right leg got caught and was badly crushed below r the knee by two fogs coming together Dr Cartwright was called and dressed the bruised limb Mr ConoTcr is con ned to his room andit will be several weeks forel1e will be abie to work yr I H LosTA scarf pin Reward J E Grant Columbia Ky Born to the wife of C B Beard the 1wellRead the Plaining Mill Companys ad in this issue ItIs a directory of your wants in its lineiThe municipal board is clearing the ay for a side walk the full length of the cemetery running with the pike Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist will give a social at the home of Miss Sallse Field Friday evening February 14th Have made big reductions on mens and boys clothing over coats Call sand see them and get a bargain WL Walker Heck 0 Burton charged with shooting and wounding Charly Bryant was a trial last Friday and promptly cquitted- FOR SALE Baled hay tnear my Exchange 122t G B Smith Columbia Ky Mr Allen Walker has purchased a half interest in the grocery store owned ofthetfirmunderstanding that the stock will be increased f There will be a meeting of the Adair count farmers institut to day Wednesday in the court house for the purpose of reorganizing and elect delegates to attend the state institute The meeting is at 2 p m dont fail to attend You will feel better by paying up and renewing for the News and give some younglady your vote in The News Nerit contest It will help you help the Mews and help the younglady When you pay dont forget to vote We trust that every subscriber in the broad West the stirring East the thrifty North and the Sunny South will read The News Merit Contest on another page and not forget to vote or some Adair County young lady Help some young lady get one of the prizes Mr Bruce Taylor a native of Adair county but now a citizen of Metcalfe county has been appointed by Gov Willson as a member of the State Board of Equalization He isa good- man for the position and we are glad he has been thus recognized Mr W F Epperson who was born here died in Louisvillelast week at the age of 38 years He was a son of Trip and Margaret Epperson who will be remembered by many old citizens The decessed was a nephew of Mrs Marshall Yarberry who lives near Columbia The dwelling house and pearly all its contents the property of Mr Geo Powell was destroyed by fire nea Joppa this county last Thursday Th loss is estimated at 1000 insurance 400 Jtis supposed that the fire caught from a spark from the chimney which fell upon the roof J NOTICE I repair and put in good order all kinds of light machinery musical in- strUments watches clocks etc Eigh teen years experience and guarante- satisfaction in every instance Price- far below traveling machinists 121t J S Royse Garlin Ky 1 The Merit cont stisnow on and while it is to run until April 15th ye t if you want the capital prize do a littl Work and begin at once Get in corn munication with your friends who are in the West or else where and ask them to subscribe r the News The will enjoy the paper and you will b paid for your trouble in the vote given It takes time to get subscriptions by correspondence and if you mean to he the successful prie prjeisent the News Merit Proposition tp those not in touch with it new subscriber getit 150 votes forevery dollarpaid The one list 125 fGti our get FROM CAMPBELLSVILLE he iaGrippe Has Got a JigbfPuU on Every Body Iiv theis Thriving Town i OTHER INTERESTING NEWS TINS Nearly every person Y01iwetin this town has the grip or are convalescing The doctors are certainly reaping a bountiful harvest from the effects of his winter nuisance Mr Creed Haskins who is so well known by all merchants in this and adjoining counties has been suffering for about five weeks with a neuralgia trou ble is improving nicely and his numerous friends at all points hope soon to see him out again Mr J Q Alexander another of our hustling commercial tourists has been confined to his room for several days this week with a severe attack of grips but was out again yesterday Mrs J S Gatton and son Harry have been forced to send for the doctor week on account of grip but are convaleseingr idly Jailer W T Blakey and Mr Willie Cloyd have been in the style this week and have been laid up for repairs on account of the grip in Mr C R Hoskin our usually hust in ling business man has been suffering for about three weeks with grip was out again last Wednesday for the first time Mrs Hoskins has joined the long list of sufferers as we write this To give the editor of the News a faint idea of how prevalent this dis ease is at present we desire to state that even editors and exeditors have caught on to the disease Mr Owen McIntire the editor of The Inquirer and Rufus Matthews the former editor are just emerging from an attack and when editors take on even a stylishd disease it soon runs out Mr and Mrs C F Mantz entertained a large number of their many Young lady and gentleman friends last night in honor of their guests Miss Bessie and Glenn Bennett of Liverpool Ohio We are unable to give the list of those who attended the leap year party Refreshments were served Mrs W M Jackson entertained a number of her friends at Lost Heir Thursday afternoon e v Mrs Me C Good also entertained a few of her friends at her suburban home Wednesday afternoon Mrs T W Blandford and daughter MasterrMrseAnnie Wood this week They returned this morning 1 Mr Walter Woodis on a huntidg and fishing tour in Florida and will be ab sent about one month v Cqnoner H H Collins left yesterday morning for Frankfort having charge of Elmore Harris colored sent up for two years for killing Charles Hubbard Augustsge city thought the punishment severe bn Harris v A petition has been quietly circulated foreCaleb Powers with only fair success It is a pity poor Mrs Surratt was hdng for a crime no worse than the one with heptheestyle at that time to get up petitions Powers certainly Noss hobby for petitions foris he not the same fellow who Vu largely instrumental inreti tioning the mountain Farm tQf bhe galussed awsassins murderers mopn shiners etc to dcac nd bn Fankf drt lasfS j S 0 Ij t ture to end the the contest The part ies having the petition in charge know who to carry it to here We understand it contains the name of one Democrat who votes the ticket only occa sionally But whats theuse in sigh ng or not signing for there is no doubt 1 the minds pf nearly every one that He will soonbpardoned anyway Mr and Mrs J T Vaughan left Tuesday morning for Dalhart Texas and will be absent about one month on- a tour through the South They go to Dalhart to sell acme town lots purchased by them last summer Mr Walter Hobson of this city who travels out of Louisville for Armour Co was in the wreck last Monday be tween Louisville and Frankfort but fortunately we are proud to state re thoughbruisedenough bruises for him to sue the railroad ompanyBtick seems to think the blame can be traced to the fact that the train was loaded with a large number of the members of the Legislature and that for this reason the train crew were suffering from abram 4 Both schools here are doing fine The Baptist Academy now has about 180 and the S W Buchanan Collegiate Institute about 100 Good luck to both institutions of learning Mr Owen Mclntire who has been editing The Taylor County Enquirer since the first of last November will about two weeks leave for Danville his former home where he will engage the newspaper business He will be succeeded by Mr RD Thornberry now editor of the Marion Falcon Leba non who will take charge next Mon day The Campbellsville Steam Laundryr will commence business next morning This is sure a needed enterprise Mr Walter Hoskins left yesterday to visit friends in Lebanon Circuit Court adjourned last Wednes ay Itwas a dull court and very lit tIe pickings for the lawyers Mrs Flora Chandler wife of Morgan J Chandler deceased is quite feeble with lung trouble and her friends are exceedingly anxious for her recovery J VALE OBEY THE TOWN LAWS The new Board of Trustees employed Mr James A Willis as Town Mar shal and at thetime be took the oathI of office he promised to see that all the ordinances of the town were enforced but as the officials have not rigidly enforced the ordinance obstructing the streets alleys and square the Board directed Mr Willis not to enforce the ordinance until after February 1st which will give every one an pppprtun ity to remove obstructions- A representative of this paper was present when Mr Willis received his instruction from the Board and we be lieve that he Will see that all ordinan ces are enforced It is not his desire or the desire of the Board to have any one fined and in order that no one shall overlook the mandates we call at tention to it believing that no one will purposely disobey an ordinance or cause the Marshal additional trouble Therefore we suggest that all parties remove all wood piles lumber boxes wagons or other things they may have on the public square streets or alleys pfthe town There is not a doubt but the Marshal will do his duand en force the ordinances as directed by the Board Mr H G Chilson who enjoys the reputation of doing tbings right and who owns a small farm on Pettit7s Fork near Columbia recently made a gate that defies man or beast It is made pf pak slats 12 feet wide 6 feet high bolted and barred arid decorated on top with upto date barbed wire It is hung ta post set 4 cf tm the ground iimd iSjaslOld as a dog fight The winds may conife sunshine and froattt but that gate will ia1 op p08it14A yeers J Y0j1 i t I A SAD DEATH Mrs Fannie Dohoney who was the wife of Mr C HD honey died at her late home on Butler s Eork last Saturday night at 10 oclock A few days ago she became a mother and after the birth of the child pneumonia set up with the result as above stated Mrs Dohoney was only nineteen years old and was a daughter of Mr and Mrs GB Cheatham of Milltown and a great niece of Josh William and flames Butler and had many other rel atives thoughout the county She was a young woman highly respected and her death brought much sorrow not only to the surviving young husband but to many relatives and a large circle of friends The funeral services were held Sunday afternoon conducted by Rev W H C Sandidge and the interment was near Milltown There were many present to express their sympathy for those who have been so sorely bereft r THE M F HIGH SCHOOL NOTES + i The Beethoven club colors are oranges and black I Misses Mary Williams and Rosa May 7 Conover Montpelier Miss Trannie Sandidge of Bliss and MrsJ E Grant are new piano pupils The harmony class is growing more enthusiastic as they are taking up new t r work Misses Alice Walker and Bets e y Hancock are among the new voice pu pUs The Chorus class will render a musi cal program at the Methodist church the first Sunday night in Februaryrt I A small b u appreciative audiencew greeted the members of the Beethoven r lIrecital I ternoon of JaIiuarytwentythird The iJ two departments voice and piano were t represented in attractive program of seven numbers which was well renderi edeach student giving evidence of excellent work The piano solos by Misses Martha Hancock Bess Holladay Lina Rosenfield Margret Todd Betsy Hancock were most charmingly given and keen ly enjoyed by all as was evidence by the generous applause they received Miss Martha Hancock as she always does sang delightfully and in the Love ly Spring her voice was heard to a fine advantage Two Eyes of Brown which was well suited to his voice was sung by Prof Olenmacher with much feeling One of the most charming features of the afternoon was the delicious oranges served in quite unique manner by Prof Ohlenmacher They were a rare species of the Florida orange and quite a curiosity to all present The quotations read by the members of theIclub were very much enjoyed by The Beethoven club felt very much honored by the presence of MrsJ 0 Russell Misses Reed and Trabue Messrs Darnall and Flowers at their recital Thursday iThe Beethoven club with a few friends was most charmingly entertain edlast Friday evening by Misses Myrtle Meyers and Alice Walker at Miss Meyers home The evening was de lightfully spent in musical games and musical contests Mrsr E Grant be ing the prize winner Refreshments were served artistically arranged with the club colors The favors were mina ture pictures of the composers The readidgs given by Miss Shannon and the piano numbers by Mr Onlemnach and Miss Margaret Todd were very much Miss Martha and Betrvv entersthin the club Ji id WELCOMED THE PASTOR f1 f a Pastor J G Cook preached his fustif jo sermon at Gradyville last Saturday l afternoon Mrs Sallie B Wilmorer President of the Ladies Missionary Soaciety welcomed the pastor and Misses Nell Hindman arid Maude Wilmore re t 2 cited beautifully Pastor Cook appro t elated the welcome extended andlna few words expressed his thanks for the society and pledged his support In the business meeting which followed the Serm niMr WC Yatea was elected hr j tothe office of deacon r t I L f Afw yyrA t if1- F r 2r v ta THE COUNTY NEWSi t t L AA r f ALL THE NEWS f riO r Speaker Gooch has ruled that a majority can electa United r States Senator when a quorum 7Jspresent He also stated than Eri case of a tie he would not v teas he did not believe he was entitled to two votes It is believed that the Tha trial will end in about three weeks It is most generally conceded that he will be ac quitted He certainly did a righteous act when he killed t Sanford White The world has been better ever since he quit living in it a MrsElizabethMetc Haider man relict of the late Tf N Halderman who was the prin cipal owner of the Courier Journal died last week She was a member oft the Daughters of Confederacy and took much interest in the organization Mr A J Turpin who was prominent in the affairs of t Louisville for thirty years is deadNat C Cuerton has announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Congress in the Louisville district He is a little larger than was Tom Thunb and he has brass to let ExSenator Jo Blackburn has congratulated State Senator Campbell for violating the in structions of his constituents in voting against Gov Beckham s 0 Jealsum thou greeneyed lobster Senator Nell has introduced a t bill providing for annual school of instruction by State Board of Health on tuberculosis typhoid fever dysintery and all domestic diseases All officers are required to attend The Kentucky Legislature has been in session over two weeks and nothing doing up to date A mammoth piano manufactur ing plant is to be located in Louisville Over a million dol lars will be expended on the plant It will employ five hun dred workman The Kentucky Republican machine is for Taft hence he will get the instructed vote of the State Mrs Ellen Boles who lived in Glasgow died at the home of her daughter Mrs L B Botts5 in Louisville last Wednesday She was 73 years old The in termerit was at Glasgow 4 TRIBUTE TO COL BUTLER In honor of Col Ed Butler I will say that 1 moved to this town eleven years ago 15th of this month with four wagons and teams he living nearby came tom y assistance and showed me kindness that I can never forget I paid him a visit sometime since Cand he said he had rather see me come than anybody Jie knew must still add some more After he moved to the country he often townaHe was a whe 1 met him on the square he seemed glad to see me I must say I have lost a friend A friend in needisa friend in 0 h deed SQ our loss is his gain i T F Collins It is said that wheat all over Adair County is looking fine Born to the wife of Chapman Dohoney Jan 21 1908 a daugh ter The child only lived a few hours firstwreal winter day of the season Wednesnay was beautiful warm many persons being seen in their shirt sleeves In the event of a tie in the News Merit Contest for any of the premiums offeredn o casting lots will be allowed two premiums just alike will be given The News has been informed that the tobacco growers living in the Carmel neighborhood have already engaged the tobacco that they will grow this year and in some instances money has been advanced upon the coming crops Remember that every person who renews his subscription to the News is entitled to 125 votes in the contest for every dollar paid All new subscribers who pay one dollar are entitled to 150 votes The contest is on Bring or send in your voting material Miss Edna Lewis daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam Lewis this place has accepted a position in the Adair County Clerks office Miss Edna is a popular young lady possessing fine business qualifications and there is not a doubt but she will make Mr Stults a very efficient assistant Every family in Adair County ought to take The News not be cause of its political tendencies rbut because they should keep in close touch with the happenings of this section Not only i n Adair but adjoining counties as well The News works for the interest of Southern Kentucky The Archibald Stone Company has located at Roley this county It is a large plant and it will take thirty hands to run it A great deal of timber is now on the yard and the machinery will be in oper ation ina few weeks It is a enterprise and will bring a con siderable lot of money to the Rolley neighborhood EXTRA POPULAR lOGSo r I Mr Jas T Page of this place is the owner of 2200 large poplar logs which are now lying in one pile in WTEllis yard on Sulphur creek thirteen miles from v v Columbia These are probably the best lot of togs in Adair county They will becut and the lumber placed on the market at an early day ofimeetings will commence at Co lumbia in the near future It is not known who will dothe preach arrangeI ments have been perfected the people will be notified through the News We have ministers onenmight come from a distance Why not organize a choir select ing the bes1 singers in town arid begin the nieetingi 7 l i ir AT REST An Aged and Respected Lady P ss es Over the River 6fc 1 Death ii i FUNERAL SERVICES THURSDAY FORENOON 501 Last Thursday morning at oclock Mrs Sarah E wife of Mr T R Price peace fully closed her eyes in death She was 71 years old the 8th of last October and althoughan invalid for many years her life was spared to a good old age She was married to her surviv ing husband December 29 1868 and to them were born seven children four of whom preceded her survivi ing children are Rufus and W T Price and Mrs A W PaxtOn The deceased was a daughter of Mr WM Waggener Uncle Billey as he was familiary called and two of her brotHers live in Columbia John and Nathan WaggenerWhen young the de ceased made a profession of her faith in Christ and lived a devot ed religious life until final the dis solution When the end came she was surrounded by her husband children relatives and friends her death being like one going to sleepThe deceased was devoted to her family and took a great interest in the welfare of her children and it was for them and her aged husband that she desired to live but she was ready to meet her God She will not only be missed by the immediate family but by the entire neighborhood in which she so long resided The funeral services were held at Union church Thursday fore noon conducted by Rev A R Kasey of the Methodist church who was her pastor assisted by Rev W H C Sandidge of the Presbyterian church There were many relatives and friends present out of respect and I sympathy for those who have lost their best friend May the God of mercy comfort the surviving companion and the children who have lost a dear mother It is not generally known that Rev J CCook the pastor of the Baptist Church this place is somewhat of an artist With an ordinary lead pencil he makes beautiful and attractive pictures and takes a great delight in the work We have one of his drawings on exhibition in the Newsf office It requires only a glance to be convinced that he would make an artist whose reputation would spread far and wide were he to devote some attention to this very delicate avocation J J t v J A Cure For Misery v v IIhave found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces says R M James of Louellen S CIt s called Electric Bitters and comes in 50 cent bottles It breaks up a case of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time and itputs yellow jaundice noutof commission This great tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick r 1efizl all stomach liver And kidney camplaints underguia t i tzt J HARDW1CK Pres J H COCKE Pres R H DIETZ IAN Sec W T Pyne Mill Supply CoAFSTALIS- HED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 MIIiliWRIGHTS 1 DEALERS IN I tr ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 LOUISVILLE Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK SOLICITED All Kinds of Machinery Repaired I I LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER PLASTER i cnACT1II11STS THIKTeeNTfiMftlN SMOKESTACKS j Is a substitute for com Jmon lime mortar There is intelligent economy in the use of this material The use of common lime mortar for plastering makes a weak and uncertain ceiling as it is liable to fall any time and cause several hundred dollars damages You can den it like wood containing no sand you can saw or nailit like wood l MANUFACTURED BY Kentucky Wall Plaster Co Brook OinrSts Louisvillei Ky1 Also Operating HOOSIER WALL PRASTER PLANT Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 T The Louisville Trust Company Southwest Fifth and LOLTISTIQ1LE Organized under a special charter for the cafe keeping of valuables o every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin istrator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every posi tiOIi of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar teal and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength tJewe1ets and Opticians I letATCI4ESn1Arvlol4ns JEWELRY SIllEaWAaE CornerI Eyes tested r and Eyeglasses Properly Filled txmtehes aSct l 7iifci Jeittteltty Rcppircd and Warranted 1 lieona ci labe Son 356 J ffef1soneatr 4th ltOtJIS1IIlI1E y I Ji i IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY At oI t4 TIlE RIGHT PLACE See My Stock of Dry Goods No= ions Clothing Qfoceries Etc if jl Ptt6ifde Waite i r t t 1tt j v r ijiSM ir SSIIMONS 1 i1KENTUCKY jt t ft t I Ir f i e J l t i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 7 p y H iX r t Jt HNA wOIP rOl1fl t4f GREEf1SBl1RG EENrl1 m yI i jas Enough f r J i y 7 V pjonje Wite Fence 4 hI to fence in Green andAdaircounties v v x tr 1 The Stay wireS on this fence are so t v attached that they cant slip on the t Y Line Wires The Harder You Pull j the Tighter it Gets yo K1 OU G pd ti t r j Poultry getting to fencean Acre Chicken Yardon every farm in the two J counties and dont forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper ad vertised in recent issues of The News Lj k rrr cY Y sync rrrrY r rr r r rY Y rnrYY rr r rrrrrrrcrrxrsYa i Fifth Avenue Hotel 1 PIKE CAMPBELL MGR Refurnished Redecorated and Re modled A Firstclass Hotel at Popu lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale i r and Retail Districts Churches arid Theaters i FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS Louisvillee Kentuckyo r c j l Kimble HotelJW KIMBLE Proprietor n j GOOD ROOMS GOOD BEDS 100 per Day Sample Rooms Free FEED AND LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION r r t Russell Springs = Kentucky v lli K vOK Zv Xv yAViJ viyAV jLf ZCyj Y M EiIfFRANK CORCORAN W 8 4i w w I IhghGI ade or o Marble h Cemcterrwo k c Adair joining counties solicited KytiJ yttl W tompletely Renovated Throughout Absolute Satisfaction Guaranteed Enterprise 1III CHAS GANS BRO PROPRIETORS iwiis 100 Day 34242VE MarKetSt lrt1LOUISVILLE KY 32 Granite See before yea buy fV i Trade from arid ad 1 Ro t 3S 1 t ti if i 1 4i U i v I F Per p 2 1 p l t 1 j ze y W 4 I YALE OREGONt i Editor News After along silence I will send t you a few items I have been In the mountains or foot hills all Summer and Fan I came to this point two weeks ago and received a copy of the Adair County News yesterday the first I had seen for some time When the news of the election reached me I was shocked I t suppose that all the goodaccom plished by that grand old party the Democratic party IS lost t Certain men claiming to be Democrats have ruined the party t While I admire that gifted writer Hon Henry Watterson I think he is making a great mistake in his efforts to defeat the brainy young exGovernor Beck ham But I do hope that every man in Kentucky claiming to be a Democrat will fall into line andr t help to elect that great man W r J Bryan for President next November thus redeeming the grandold Commonwealth for I still believe that old Kentucky is a Democratic State If we can get what is called our able men together I am sure we will win I am now on the shady side of life and realize that my pilgrim age here below will soon be end ed and it would do me so much good to see Bryan elected President and Joseph Folk of Miss issippi Vice President I am now living in Vale Mal huer county Oregon I have been outside of civilization for over one year and it makes me feel good to get back and mingle with humans While I have plenty of papers to read none of this affords me ai much pleasure as the Adair County News While it is true that some people are acting as heathens yet I am proud of my native State and my dear friend Iam glad that you have stood firm and worked faithfully for the good Dem ocratic party and the advance ment for everything that is good v J H HQlladay fROM BROCK TEXAS4 a v Editor 3 1ews f rs W rashears ana wifegave a Tecepfi6n dihrte r recently- Your cprresptihdent and husband and Miss Elffie paccu5 our or phan girl who is living with usi had the pleasure of dining with them There was laMerGro wd vV 1 v f tenderedt 4of this place arQiii iflourishing t condition MV Vr The public school js being taught by fofF W Willspn The attendance is large and pit pils progressing nicely Several business houses and- two churches have been erected here recently Born tp the wife ofSR Brash ears recently 1a son C- ne H Davis died at his home Brock recentlYa4wa a pioneer citizen and liked by ev t erprumttveo1i1 Baptist and an exConfederate- sr4 J 1THANKS Editor of the News The time of my paper was out the first of January I think I must have the News as I am a home and scarcely ev rget out to gather any news We had a fine Christmas enjoying Santa Claus good things Love is th real Santa Claus for it is love which brings the joys of a Christ = mas remembrance On Christmas eve we received a large box from Lexington and in it was a large Christmas fruit cake a loaf cake oranges grapes pine apples packages of figs dates prunes raisins bana nas and all kinds of nuts Next came a large box from C H Mc Mullan of Blackwell Oklahoma and in it was another large fruit cake the finest I ever saw also candies of various kinds and a lot of other good things to eat that will be a great luxury and help to us What is a rarer treat than those cakes such as are made with raisins currants candied citron and the purest spices A black cake is the best Xmas presenta gift more ex pressive of faithfulness and good feeling cannot be given I desire to express my thanks through the News to those who remembered us Nancy Duvall Cane Valley TALK WITH YOUNG MEN- The young man with limited means who has but a few hun dred dollars to begin life with or perpaps has nothing but a pair of strong and willing hands we would say to all such young men that the farm is the best place in the world Do not be afraid of toil but set an example to the weak lazy loiterer about town by putting your hand to the plow If you are a young married man then the farm offers still greater inducements We know it will cost your young wife some pangs to separate from friends and home in the town but if she is a true woman she will do it without a murmur for the bat tie of life is air earnest one and we must eachsustain our part Do not expect to hegin Our mar tied life inf the sane style Cfiat your xibKfer and mptner rirenq enjp3tng in then old age with k the fruits of many years of toil bupbi cpnteiitefl to begin hum biy vv7 jPfentt and sOrrand reap Build your dwellings and garnish them about with fruits and flowers promote agriculture one oft e great institutions of God and when YoU sons and daught ers grov plantaround your table while you fail not to remember their pnysical wants remember also to supply their intellectual food the mind craves let them have good books and papers and proper recrea tion that they may not imbibe the false notion that farming is andfarmAs we look about iisJhoV t itsJ many ons and daughters of L wealthy farmers we see who despise their surroundings and on ly look on father as a very necessary machine to coin mon andtmother who has labored for them every day since they were born asa very useful automaton generalehouse work When you are tilling the rich soil think how much worthier is the cause you are prosecuting than to crowd into some already overstocked business or profess ion in your home town with on ly one object in viewto have only white hands and immaculate clothing and to be always struggling with your limited means to keep up with those in outward seeming who are much I wealthier than yourselves President Roosevelt is said to have predicted to callers at the White House that Secretary taft would be nominated for the Pres idency on the first ballot The President is quoted as saying that Secretary Taft would have in the convention a solid South a solid West and probably aysolid New England that he would have many votes from the East ern States and probably a ma jority oft the New York delega tipnI VV THE LARGEST ANI 4AL The sulphur bottom blue whale as it is better called bythe Norwegians is not only the largest living animal but the largest that has ever lived reaching a length of eighty feet or very rarely a little more Whales grow much larger than this in books and newspapers but in actual life not one in a dozen even of this species attains a length of eighty feet The pop ular idea of a whale is that it is a clumsy animal but as shown by models it has the graceful lines of a yacht The following figures give an idea of the size and weight of a large whale Extreme length 70 feet circumference at shoulder 35 feet fluke notch to shoujder51f t2 inches tip of nose to eye 16 feet 2 inches length of skull 19 feet 6 inches breadth of skull 9 feet roJnches weight of skull 3 tons length of jawbone gf feet weight of jawbone i ton length of flipper 10 feet 6H inches weight of flipper 750 pounds across flukes 16 feet 5 inches weight of flukes L900 pounds weight of flesh 40 tons weight of bonet 8 tons weight of blubber 8 tons weight of viscera estimated 3 tons weight of blood 2 tons weight of whale hone threefourths of aton Thetotalyveightofa whale is t about sixty tons and unusually fj large and fat individuals musibd t r reach at least sixtyfive tons The largest animal of the past so far discovered is the great dinR osaur brontosaurus and this big reptile weighed about thirty eight tons Museum News tt I have a lot of mena and boys long uiito +overcoats that I aincIoeinit at coat tf W L Walker j i M Z t t J HTTvt 4 c i tTHE ADATDI COUNTY NEWSJr tr- ltZk ldai QU un l1ltwj Published Every Wednesday f BY THE i Ad lrCountyNws Company tl INCORPORATED J J CHAS i HARRIS EDITOR b Democratic newspaper devoted to the ntereste ef the city of Columbia and the people of Adair 7 and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Poatoffice sa second lass mail matter WED f JAN 29 1908 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senate Gov J CW Beckham There is no danger of Night Riders7in this part of the State the roads too bad It stands as a foregone con elusion with some doubts attach ed that Bryan will lead the De imoccracyin the next Presiden tial match Hon W J Bryans visit to Frankfort and his address to the Legislature seems to have I f strengthened the opposition to to Mr Beckham rather than r weaken it r Six Democrats are preventing the election of Mr Beckham and it is more than probable that no one will be elected this session lSuchLegislatures are deepening of the people in every state for election of U S Sena tors by popular vote When Cleveland was charged with bottling up prosperity he 7 and all his theories went to the wall The people wanted a change Nobody wants present conditions to prevail or longer continued but secretary Taft the Presi dent and the big Republican ring The country is now threatened with wild speculation founded on preference and backed by wind as to who the next Republican Presidential nominee w i 11 be Taft seems to be in the lead and stands for all the theories and policies of Mr Roosvelt For the countrys sake and the peo pIes good the Republicans ought to select another manits not pleasant to think about Should he be nominated and elected and continue the present ruler Hon W 0 Bradley never got much politically so we hear but we never heard any one say that he did not seek it The Repub lican members in the Legislature are bound under the unit rule vote as one and Mr Bradley is the caucus nominee Why such a compact What good can come to the State or to their party when independence is tied down in obedience to an office seeker On every proposition they must vote as one although the varied interests of the different sections which they represent are vastly different Independence of thought action and interests pooled and directed practicably by One man is not what the peo RepubliC rvthey will endorse There is no doubt but business in most sections of the country is improving that the seal force i ordanieru eriodcOfthep anie has l bitthe improvement oq t1 1tt r tr I j is slow and will continue to Be slow for an indefinite period un less the purse stringe are loosened The country cannot reach a prosperous stage so long as the banks refuse to lend money Men who are able to run business entirely On their own money are able to shut their shop or r factory in times of depression and wait for better daysbut those who are not so well fortified represent the great bulk of business and are willing to keep moving on small profits but they must have money to do so It is not over production that has bli hted business it is not due to too manyllaborers that New York has 100OOO idle men and other cities and sections their prorata of unemployed it is for the lack of money The banks all over the country are gaining in deposits and if loans can be secured on reasonable time and security business in every line will soon take on new life If the banks continue to be rigid and too exacting the dull seas on will be prolonged and much suffering be endured by those seeking work and finding none Loosen the purse strings and business will move MT PLEASANT The weather is fine and the farmers are taking advantage of it Mr S C Hood and son are running weekxA social was given this week at Mrs Sallie M Shepherds in whosis at home from Campbellsville on a holiday Mrs Pinkie Murrell and Miss Katie were the guests of Mrs S C Hood and daughter this week Mr Henry Cundiff has moved his grist mill back to the old standat home near Mt Pleasant We will all be glad to hear the whistle blow for that means good bread to us Mr WJF Squires and daught er Miss Kate visited the for mers sj ter Miss S L Squires of this place last Saturday Our sympathy went out to the sorrowing family of the late Col Ed Butler for while their fam ily ties are broken we also have lost a good citizen and an oblig ing neighborI Who is going to take advan tage of leap year Let us old maids be up and doing The children of Mr Creed Harmon gave hima surprise din ner last Sunday that being his birthday r Mr Lucian Hendrickson has been on the sick list for some daysMr James Hood had the misfortune to get a severe cut in his knee last week Mr T B Lyon is spending a few weeks in Lebanon Ky visiting his cousin Mrs Josie Rhinehartt Bro ZT Williams filled his appointment at this place last Sunday Mr Mont Conover and wife were in our midst last Sunday The roads are in a very bad conditionin some places travel is difficult The school at Cane Valley is said Ttp be is a growing and con itionT Thisrntace tLfurnishesQIaud CundlfN a t F i i r CREEESBORK =Health of the community is very good Several of the youiig folks of this place attended the singing at Union ChapellasfcSunday Mrs J L Mann spent Friday and Saturday in Columbia F M Barnes who has been on the sick list for a few days is improving Mrs A Per ls man who has been visiting her mother nea Inroad has returned homeX Quite a large crowd of young folks attended the leap year party at Mr Berry Busters and all seemed to have a delightful time i Miss Bessie Barnes of this place is visiting her sister Mrs H Dunbar at Bryan this week Mr B F Leach who has been quite sick for a few days is able to be out again Miss Effie Blankenship and- Miss Dona Helm of Helm were in town Monday Miss Ada Black of this place is visiting her sisler Mrs Addle Jones near Burkesville BRYAN The people of the community are getting along nicely Som- farmers have already starte their plows preparatory for an other crop Wheat inthis country looks very poorly Chas Campbell ought 4 head of cattle from F M Barnes paying fancy prices Herschel Dunbar is makin preparations to go on the roa again in tne interest of Robinso- Bros Co Louisville Ky who will sell as cheap hardwar- as any concern Barnes Co are receiving some drygoods and groceries this weekWe notice that W W Owens of Font Hill Ky has contracted to cut J E Snow 50 cords of wood Lucky for you old boy but Im afraid Mr Snow will smell frost several times before he woodbHawk Wilkerson passed here en route to Bakerton to take up some staves ROADYrc Waco McKinley has gone to Indiana where he has a job Tom Hunts little girlwho got her thigh broken five months ago cannot walk without jrutchgs Mrs Ollie Wolfords condition is not improved A series of meetings will ben at the Oak Grove Church the second Sunday in February conducted by Lynn and Bowmar of Casey county I ask all Christ ians to pray that we may have a good meetingf Miss Mollie Selby json the sick list Thewheat crop looks well for January Farmers are busy plowing getting ready for another crop Bro Malone has just closed a ten days meeting at Beech Grove on Russells creek wjttf eight conversions and eleven ad ditonsto the United Brethren Church Tlie widow rah 1adley- onlyl s cow is dead She has three 4lfdf I N N iNNN NN I JheCarnptellsVille + Shops i w Handles Heavy and Light work Boilers rempddled anal al1 Bqllerrepairs inade ahdtiiignt orsingvofalMSnds done Engines and other machinery rebuilt HeavritO done by JVIechanics who know how Try us t Galpbellsvil1e Kentacky + ++ + w fatherless children andneeds help Send her a dollar deathryou reported last week was bur ied on Wm Wheats farm near Denmark Before he pass ed away he made a profession of his faith in Christ FROM MIAMI I will write this for the ben efit of my friends schoolmates and pupils whocaretoknowa how we like our new home and neighborsI I must say we are delighted with both Our neighbors have certainly been nice to us in every respect We have had a num ber of callers and all have made us feel welcome in this vicinity yet I should enjoy seeing all my old friends at GradY pule who- mI shall always have a tender place in my heart for Come wedthe flowers in May I am glad to know the L W T Sis doing so well and hav ling such large attendance yet room for plenty more I regret that I cannot be with you this bestgceasedInstin tution and what little I know is InstructoreR R Moss I trust that all the normal students will put their shoulders to the wheel and come out with the honors ofafirst class certificate in May I wish I could have heard how all the pupils came out last year I failed in May made a second in June and a first in July my average being ninety and seven elevenths per cent so if at first you dont succeed try try again We Have a nice little school here this Winter which is being taught by Profs Grimsley and Ennis I made the school a visit last Friday afternoon and II think the people should feel honored to have secured the services of these intelligent men l 8 A protracted meeting has just closed atthis place which was conducted by Rev Bonnie A number were converted as well as the church and neighborhood being revived Miss Vivian Shuffit and Maud Judd were the guests of Misses Pearl and Therisa Dowell Sunday afternoon I Mr and Mrs Edd Johnson royally entertained the young people of this community last Saturday jiigtewith grand so cial Every one reports a fine time I Mr T W Dowell was in Louis ville last week selling tobaccoI Mr Dan Russell and faniIrI are confined Jj e i i i G1audW1 tlo1riJl i iriitb l NI e WANTED I i 700 LIVE RED and GRAY t iitDEALTiiY good condition not icrippled fJ Will pay 200 f each for RED FOXES 125 each I for GRAY FOXES i Will pay above prices at your express office or any mail carrier corn 1 iing into Campbellsville Ky twhen crated light and safe with new tin cup for water t Never use an old tin can as ikills them Feed + iio pay more alive than fur dealers pay for skins f Write me iIJ WANTED q Foxes may be de livered at the following places iCooley Bras Absher L L CI elf Knifley T H 5kas Mac IReed Miller Columbia + SoS Goode Casey Creek Soh VI3onc J1eYw1ey Jot Marshalls barber CSoGreens- burgHODGENtWT CAMPBELLSVILLE KYtBOX 232 N tending school here spent last Saturday and Sunday with his parents near Thurlow Misses Minnie Han ks Alice and Louise Dowdy have been out of school for a few days on ac of colds f V l Miss Myrtle Wilcoxsin wasthelf guest of BertaDowell Thursday night Mr B W Periick h confined to his room severalfdays t M Miss Mamie Wilcoxsinofy was the guest of her cousin Nlyr tIe Wilcoxsin last Sunday night t i YV There I suspect the edit r is already yawning but let m ten rthemade the remark that theAdalIf County News was a fine paper p but not so good asa few years Jagotoo much advertising he said But I think your paper 0 K and enjoy reading the advertisements myself Please allow me to wish you many returns of the season and great prosperity for you and our great paper IfY I have not been too tiresomeilE write again perhaps C D 4 All accountt are nodt e must be lettlciL Jf Y 1Jhv8nqi fotifiie faxra idorit wifit to be call1donbut come in 1iIiiiT t tf mrn lkeri1 n r po I 1 e f THE ADAIR gOUNM NEWS 5 v 7 lleNews Met Contest rt I Be up and Doing and Cet a Valuable Prize C J 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 th largest number ofvotes as below stated 1 A Beautiful Gold Watch the second It1T A Gold Bracelet And to Fourth l 20 year guarantee case Elgin Movements An accurate time keeper I Third A Beautiful Set Ring A Gold Brooch I + s Conditions of Contest7 l For every dollar paid on Subscription whether to settle arrearage or tq ad ALLOWEDaFor every New Subscriber paying 1 00i 50 VOTES J For less than a dollar a vote for each cent whether new or old subscriber nomtnattion after which any number of votes will be accepted and placed to her credit No one directly or indirectly connected with The News will be admitted to the Contest The name of every contestant and the exact number of votes to her credit j will published each week so any one who desires may keep up with the con W test f The ballots will be filed away and in the event of a close finish will be pro jduced to satisfy any doubts J No one connected with this office will espouse the cause of any one contestant It is a Merit Contest and must be determined by the activity of the contestants land not by any solicitation or work on the part of anyone connected with The- News Every article offered is genuine and guaranteed Call at PaulFs drug store and see the articles and be convinced that The News is offering meritorious gifts for meritorious results Nominations are now in order Fill out the following r lEDroRNEWS i Find enclosed which place to the credit of s 2 J on Subscription and give iSSj v 17 i Votes trulyr v VI Ov r l t t t L s School Opened January 1 J9O8Best opening in the history of the school Dont wait = = Enter at once RATES t r t r Tuition 2 250 and 3 Per Month h1 s f fJ i Nr f Bookkeeping Course 4 OO Per Mbntha 1 t 1 f 1 1 t ADDRESSr t ellson a Moss LIr i lmb i f i f 1 r I r rrr ir 7J JC itft n 1 l MHi N Iek t ale J 1 rt ifcUf J ryY4o jr1wt v5 rr f J ij 1 r f iLi PERSONAL JLI- Willie Feese is on the sick list Mr W R Lyon was here last Friday Mr Geoi W Thomas was here this r weekVMr A G Norris was here last Wednesday Hon G L Perryman spent Sunday in Columbia Mr Tyler Marshall Campbellsville was here Friday night Mrs E W Barnett returned to her home in Corbin last week Mrs Geo Herriford who has been quite sick is improving Miss Jennie McFarland is visiting rel atives inRussellcounty Mr R L iKTarshall Campbellsville was here a few days ago Mrs TOR Stults has been on the sick list for several daysIMrs T L Upton of Glenville visit ed Mrs J H Young last week Dr Z T Gabbert of Casey Creek was in Columbia last Thursday Mrs GeoH Nell and daughter Gradyville visited in Colum bia last weekMr EB McLean Glasgow was hereFriday He represents a Nashville shoe house Mr R L Durham States Attorney in the Greensburg district was here two days of last week Mr L C Hurt who makes his home in Cleburne Texas is visiting relatives and friends in Adair county Mr Garvin Rowe of Niles Okla visited the families of Mr W T McFarland and Mr F T Smith last week Mr R E Lloyd an attornyof James town who has been seriously ill with typhoid fever is reported some better Mr C M Herriford wife and chil dren of Bliss visited his parents Mr Mrs Geo Herriford the last of the weekrMrs Susie Wilson Indianapolis Ind and Mrs Letha Wilson Moody Ky are visiting Mrs R B Wilson Cane ValleyMr R G Woods cashier of the Russell Springs Bank and his sister Miss Mattie w xe here Sunday en route home from a visit to Garrard countyMisses Clyde and Laura Herriford visited at Bakerton last week While there they went on a boat excursion and had most delightful time They also attended the DavisWaggener wed ding Mr Moore Montgomery o f Esto was in Columbia a few days ago He informed the News that he weighed his two twin boys Bryan and Beckham before leaving home and that they tip ped the beam twenty pounds each Mr W W Dickinson of Excelsor Springs Mo is visiting his mother and relatives in this county He has been in Missouri for 24 years and this is his third visit to the old home Mr Dickinson will remain in the county un til the first of April when he will re turn to his Western home ETiFAI7All now due and I need the money If you have not settled your account please do so at once or you will receive a state ment tf W L Walker FIVE YEARS Bert Miiam one of the negro boys wobrokeinto Russell Gos store was tried Monday the jury taking the case this Tuesday morning A ver dict was rendered in a short time giving him five years in the penitentiary The other two boys1 Geo Campoell and Jo Henry McAlary will be tried this woek r FARM FOR SALE J twillsellmy farm one mile from Neatsburg church an school house on Bryants creek in Adair county cpn taining 95 acres A good two story house bean and ti ho three small actS of tim sand ff9spasticulfxNeF t Gaidia K jorFrankBsrdw urgv la3trT Neat P ki SfekiJ r I LW TS NOTESi Tyler Wright visited his parents at Spurlington from Friday until Sunday He was accompanied by J A Moor manrMiss Katie Murrell was detained from school week on account of sickness Duringthe fine weather last week the very industrious and enthusiastic members of the Athletic Club were busy getting the grounds in good con dition for base ball games They in tend to do some practicing as soon as the weather permits and hope to have some good games in the Spring Miss Frona Christie visited at her home near Knifley Saturday and Sun day Rev Ceil Basham filled his appoint ment at Carmel on Friday night and at Clear Spring on Sunday Several of the students are absent because of sickness but are improving and expect to be in school again ina few days Rev T F Barber pastor of Pelly ton circuit conducted chapel exercises one morning last week J Last Saturday night the three socie ties met in regular session The Co lumbia and Frogge societies have decid ed to give a public debate in about two weeksMiss Stella Stephenson and Mr Holt of Russell county enrolled Monday There were some other new pupils whose names we did not learn PAID LIST The following subscribers have paid since last issue- Soloman Turpin Eld ZT Williams JR Hollady Myrtle Pollard E C fJRoss Mary J Murrell J R England J S Breeding Ethel Piles W H Parsons G A Bradshaw J RRoyseIJ L Hutchinson J Nick Conover J R Carnes J T Kemp R E Cook S W H Petty Mary A Brockman C G Nail F W McQuarry Chas G Gill D K Pelley Mrs J B Schunck Clem Coomer J W Patterson E M Burton W T Cook Mrs J S Coles Rolling Browning Wm Higgenbottom A A Clayton Cyrus Campbell L P Williams U H Kelpatrick Miss Sallie Stewart Mrs Lillie Moore A M Petty Mrs Clayton Bell Tom Lester John S McFarland Soloman McFar land J P Todd W G Coffey L E Bradley Mrs Mary Harvey A D Coy Mrs J S Butler Haskins Stapp TJ Wheeler J W Coy Mrs E W Barnett F W Shirley W L Fletcher- S F White E H Hughes Jo Coffey S D Crenshaw Claud Allen R L Allen Dr Jas Triplett J F Patte son J T Goodman Thos Bybee J 1 Ingram Sam T Lester Mrs Neal Marshall S R Ford Dolphus Murrey G W Cook John Combest The Postmaster General has made a sweeping order one we do not endorse one that is not warranted by the consti tution as we understand it but we are forced to obey it At any rate we have till April 1st to settled with all subscribers a year in arrears before the high rate of postage becomes effective If you have reason to believe yourself in debted to the News a dollar send it in and you will be properly credited but you will get a statement just as soon as your acconnt can be reached which will give you the exact amount due Mr Thos H Poore formerly of Camp Knox wellknown in Columbia now a citizen of Bowling Green has been working for the Commonwealth Insur ance Company for some time doing a good business His proficiency has brought about sdyancement and he is now local superintendent A Bowling Green paper says Mr Poore is popular energetic and intelligent and the busi ness of the company could not haye been placed in better hands v J D Pennycuff bought an ironwoodtf sapling to the News office last Monday that was less than an inch in diameter and a little over 25 feet in height It was taken from the farm of Mr R K Young near town It is proof of fertility and shows that the soil is so strong that there is no time for spread ing the strength of the soil pushing up jwardso rapidly Such a saplings a curiosity PREACIIING NEXT SUNDAY W HVC Sandidge Union q JF Roach Harrods Fork J FB Beach Grove Z T Williams Cane Yl1e 2k L C Cook Columbia t ttlCrce9 ear Sprmg a U AyR 1 fi-t r r 71 r Taa Wade Uilltwn ii f A Johnston Picketts cr lIjt 11 I I 1iiT 6 f L ciTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS v x cr COBURGi i 1 07 Gircmt Court is v in session atI Campbellsville and as number of Ji our neighbors of Taylor are at tending it v Corn is setting at275 to 3 per barrel and still hogs on foot are selling at less than 4 cents Just how long the Contrast willt L hold out will depend upon the 5 pleasure of the big packing houses and the willingness of the r x farmers to be duped i Ow Hardesty was here Fri v day with cattle and lambs to be shipped from Campbellsville X Saturday f Landowners throughout this corner of Adair are growling con H siderably about the proposed raises in the Assessors list by V the board of Supervisors v I forgot t9 mention in my last 4 report that Mr R L Faulkner j had moved his family from his i Sulphur Springs residence to his F property on the pike bought from Senator Jarvis The petition asking the Gover nor to pardon Caleb Powers and being circulated throughout the State is receiving the signatures of almost every citizen at thisr I place t W G Dudgeon went on the 1 Louisville tobacco breaks last week and had over 80000 pounds 7 of his tobacco sold at prices sat- isfactorYv He says that his pur chases and handling will amount to about 165000 pounds This tobacco was principally raided in growersI7anaverage of 700 per hundred H Higher Health Level HI have reached higher health level siuce I began using Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Jacob Springer of West Franklin Maine They keep my stomach liver arid bowels working just right If these pills disappoint you on trial money will be refundedat TE Paulls drugstore 25c H VERBS X ROADS fjWe are getting our first taste of real Winter now and fuel and feed will soon be at a premium Considerable sickness is in this Vicinity just now but no very serious cases v The schools in this section have closed Miss Hester Foley at Jericho and L C Richer dsat 6wenstown closing the 10th and r EW Webb at Poplar Grove the 3rd The Indications are that these have all been successful terms j Mrs Mary C Lucas l stavaluable milch cow last week Itchoked to death x Mr BelmontFoleywho has teen visiting his parents here has returned to his hpme iii Illi lois v During the holidays MiChes ter Popplewell and Miss Lizzie Foley eloped and were married at India n a p o 1 is Ind The t bride is 14 and the groom 24 GolLr Neats here Thursday TomLlooks familiar i on the road f Mr J E Humble and family have removed to Russell Springs for the Winter to send their r children to school thisrplace fi is iii school at JRussell Springs i Levi is a promising young man and we trust that luccez Si vmiy i 11 tjti 0 9 Jl a Home Treatment 320 attend his efforts Mr IS G Tarter will teach a singing school at New Friend ship beginning Sunday January 19 continuing 12 days Mr Tar ter is well and favorably known here as a teacher of music and we are glad that he is with us Mr Tom Shepherd who has been confined to his bed for some time with a serious illness is we are glad to say improving and we hope to see him on foot soon We notice that a petition to the Governor in behalf of Caleb Powers is being presented to the people All we have heard from Powers and his supporters since the arrest of Powers has been give me a fair trial andnow that he can get any kind of a trial he wants they are afraid toiskand ask a pardon though they fail to say how any one can be pardoned for a crime he never committed Oh consistency thou art a jewel RUGBY f 3 We are having fine weather and farmers arebusy Mrs A Simpson is on the sick- list Miss Annie Bardin is visiting her parents at Chance Mrs Alice Anderson and Ella England who have been visiting their parents Mr and Mrs J R Gaston have returned to their home in 0Oklahoma Several young people attended the meeting at Antioch Sunday W R Royse visited relatives at Joppa last week rABSHER rI s Cooley Brothers have moved their saw mill from this lace to Casey Creek Mr and stW1 K Dillirilgham and daughter Aiidra visited their daughter Mrs Owen Hen drickson of Casey county Satur dayand Sunday Eid 1 T Williams afhis regular appointment at Mt Plea s ant Sunday The social at Mr Robt Hum phress Saturday evening was largely attended All report the evening well spent J Miss Ollie Russell a LWT S student visited her parents from Saturday until Monday Mr and Mrs Ray Williams visited her parents MrJ B Russell Saturday and SundayI Miss Mattie Evans of Neats burg is spending a week at her cousins N R Thomas Mr and Mrs Wm Johnston visited Mr jl C Russell of- Watson i f i I b jCtfB f You naturally would prefer to treat yourself at home for any form of female trouble wouldnt you Well it can be done No reason why you should not be abje to relieve or cure suffering as thousands of other women have done by proper use of the Gardui Home Treatment Begin by taking Wineof Carduithe wellknown female tonic For sale at all drug stores Joe Mporhead of Archibald I T writes My wife had suffered for years from female trouble On your advice I gave her the Cardui Home Treatment and now she hardly suffers at aSold by druggists II WRITE US A LETTER GO SLOW In haste theres waste in leisure luck For wise ones tell us so You know the tortoise beat the hare Although he traveled slow Then if upon timers turbid tide Your boat youd safely row Look out for breakers just ahead Keep pulling but go slow When you have climbed upon the heights Where fortunes breezes blowIDont claim the country all your own Be cautious and go slowINor should you pose as panic proof For either friend or foe Letmoderationbe your guide Be prudent and go slow Though fame lies fawning at your feet Great honors to bestow Dont let your neighbors find it out Keep quiet and go slow Although you very pretty be Dont try to m ke a show Remember beauty fades away Just bear it and go slow If you would gain the happy land Where milk and honey flow Dont faint on Jordans rugged way Have courage but go slow And when you reach the honey ponds Where fritter trees all grow Dont rush right in and drown yourself Have honey but go slow fi V ft JJT Jones J Montpelier Ky tr SLAVES Of GOLD x J i Who are the leaders in our best society generally speaking Why a man may carry a whole library in his heaand if his coat be seedy and his pocket empty he is nowhere while a brainless top whose attire is faultless and who carries a full purse is a first rate smart fel low What chance has a young lady a little out of style who has to earn her own living to shine in society by the siqof oneof our fashionable ladies whose papa is a millionarire So cialiy we areteslaves of gold Old fashioned people lopk at it fin the old ffashioned way and say it is all wrong And so It Js but it is a fact that stares us in the face that those who are Worth the mo tare considered asof the most worth After allI perhaps the wisest man was iight whenhe said The love of money isv the root of all evil t We know from sad experience that it is very inconvenient to I be poor but no man is poor who has a happy home and it does Dot require lace curtains nor vet vet carpets to make a home happy r i fi THEOLD MAN t r Bow low the headdo ever r ence to the old man once like you The vicissitudes of life Shave silvered his hair and chan ged the round merry face to the worn visage before you Once the heart beat with aspraj ion cru hecLb3f jsajippintment as YQ rs rrMs is destined to W Once that h form stalkedt r1Vf k Write today for a free copy of valuable 64page Illustrated Book for Women If you need Medical Advice describe your symptoms stating age and reply will be sent in plain sealed envelope Address Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn promptly through the gay scenes of pleasure the beau ideal of grace now the hand of time that withers the flowers of yes terday has bent that figure and destroyed that noble carriage Once at your age he possessed the thousand thoughts that pass through your brain now wishing to accomplish deeds equal to a nook in fame anon imagining life a dream that the sooner he awoke from the better But he has lived the dream very near through the time to awaken is very near at hand his eyes never kindles at old deeds of dar ing and the hand takes a firmer grasp of the staff Bow low the head boy as you would in your old age be reverenced TRAMPS WHO DO GOOD The story is told of a Pennsyl vania tramp who in his wander ings up and down on the earth carries his pockets full of nuts which he plants as he goes For three years he has followed this practice and during that time is said to have planted thousands and thousands of nuts always seeking the outofway spots rocky hillsides and abandoned lands at the edges of creeks and streamsso that the chances of the trees being destroyed before they grow up and nature will be minimized This old tramp is doing something more than youthaof the country against the loss of the joy of nutting He is setting an example in tree planting Which the farmers throughout the land may well follow with profit to themselves and to the country This nutplanting tramp recalls another member of the wandering tribes He was known throughout the country as Apple Tree Johnny from his habits of planting apple trees in I fence corners and other nqplcsj Man setaYto owe its existence to Afipje Tree Johnny The first weekof circuit court closed last Saturday D uring the week a great many cases none of them very important were disposed of and stricken from the dock tThe cases tri ed were breach oi the peace and misdemeanors Four out of five in every case tried the defend ants were acquitted This is an evidence that the grand jury waste too much time on little things or else the witnesses tell one story before the grand jury and a differentone when the case comes before the court V i yt Sailed bay for sale W q Pile Dt fet r yt SxXA- i0 t 4 1Yj i q FEAR JACK LONDON IS LOST The editors of Womans Home Companion for whom Jack London is sailing around the world in his little boat Snark state that he is now over a month due at Tahiti of the Society Island for which place he sailed from Hilo Hawaii on October 27th Thegas engine with which the Snark is equipped was not working well when Mr London left Hawaii and it is supposed by his publishers that he has experienc ed some more trouble with it or that he has encountered the doldrums of the Pacific by whi ch the little fortyfivefoot boat might be buffeted about for daysfft or weeks to be dropped at length into a sea dead calm For such are the equatorial doldrums London sailed from San Fran cisco on May 4th and reach Hawaii about a month later J is accompanied on his voym around the world by his wife captain an engineer one sail and two Japanese servents Lo don expects to spend seven yeas on cnhipletely around the world stop ping at interesting places wherever he goes sy j1fJI HEW iO THE LINE 4 For vivid language terselY eX7 f pressed just listen to this iromj the Nashville American x 4 IIf newspapers without convic tion orprinciple d without good excuse for thatb aV sum of fleetting money has fallen into the spasmodic clutches of ignorance and vanity desire to v pursue a certain policy in the hope that it may prolong life let them do so but let them do s6 without cheap jaffct mps to deceive a n y body rTj6e janusfaced newspaper ne rrfQ vied nylhp r arid never kegttouto the grave afD1inute longer by v such a pohcy r The American Weet tiUp9nthe mostvinteresiing itsblong voyage the one which wilk f take it eventually through tM StraIts of Magellan Its nex stop will beat Punta Arenasj within the straits where the Armada will rest for five days In the voyage through the straits the torpedo boat flotilla will focf jtthe first time join the big ship at seat t ItDoesT1e Business tf 1MrMaine says of Backlens Arnica it does the business 1 have usedS1ilvet piles and it cured them Used chapped hands and it cured them Ap t- plied lit to an olj sore arid it heal it without leaving a scar behind 25oafc T E aulls dru torew jt Jo fIJt 1 tJ tT k t L ji 1 t iTHE ADAJR COUNTY NEWS 3 iA Happy Thought IMetropolis Hubbuch Bros Centrally Located524 526 and 528 W Market street I Y 11thatN feet by 128 feetis brim full of fine values and our modern display of CAR PETRUeS ALL SIZES 360 different patterns will impress you as to the happy thought of being induced to visit this uptodate establishment i v v w v V V V L V Vvi V w V W w iii v VViiI NI i i t t i m iC iFZ t ittm1 iw 2 Pl1ANINQ MIl1l1 coPYv w- E 7i 7t Can furnish on short notice 1 1- m MATERIALIi of any description i v- A mVv A full stock of Dressed Lumber on hands Sash7r i v Doors Blinds Whim Lead and Oil and Congo 7C hoofing Call and see us or use Phone No 322 E IiCOUJMBI KENTUGKYV jIW v v Ali w t L w iii v W7i j n 71t litt m 71171 t n n 7 I71 lit i I7 Dre James Menzies f OSTEOPATHY h I II CONSULTATION EXAMINATION FREE AND r11 iiii Columbia Kentucky II WHY BREAK YOUR BACK When you can Get a Ball Bearing WASH MACHINEV that a Child 14 years old can Wash a Tub of Clothes in 6 minutes Guaranteed to do the Work Money Refunded Write for on NEW WAY GASOLINE ENGINES Address Department k care of DEHLER BROS 116 E MR c II E MOTELCLIMB JMILLTOWN Thetoinging at this place con ductedrby Mr John Pickett was 2 success V S Miss Mont Thomas visited Miss Pearl Hindman last week v Charlie Thomas who is attending the Eindsey Wilson was at SundayI1 son I iting t Mrs Jim Mercer last week V 4f fMr Charlie Thomas and fami 1IJy have removed to Mr John t Littleys and Geo Butler will hove in the house he vacated MrsJM Thomas has been t visiting Mr Sam Ed Squires ari also daughter Mrs Mint Hancock for the past week Corn shucking seems 9Q1fhe iiiMer of the day in this commu- r 1ity J Miss CattieSquires spent sev ffYr ftsrw ffice AT RESIDENCE 1900 or prices e LOUISVILLE KY eral days at Mrs Liza Thomas last week IA large crowd attended the little folks party at Mr Edd ightIiting In Misses Emma Thomas and Kate Squires were visiting at Dunnville recently Mr Jim Paul of Philadelphia gave a ball in honor of his daughter at which 500 beautiful butter flies gathered in Peru Brazil India and elsewhere were turned loose among 200 wonderfully dressed women The flower bill gdW starvedtodeathjIi order that her babies mlghthaye the few crusts obtainable and Jtied with a smile on her lips when she found her childr riwould be cared for lc f ti1 t i i i ROWE TOWN 1 Wood hauling is the order of the day Mr J M Rowe and daughter Miss Nannie attended meeting at Antioch Sunday a r a Mrs Uerl Garmon is on the sick list f Mr Crit Yates has moved back to his country home Mr J E Rowe made a Busi ness trip to Gradyville Saturday J M Thompson bought a tract of land from A D Patton for the sum of 200 Mr N R Roach is doing good business with his gasoline mill Mr Tom Fletcher is numbered with the sick MrJ M Rowe and family are now residents of our town Bro Janes filled his appointment at Mt Pleasant the thirdr Sunday We all like to hear Bro Janes Mrs H T Jessee was buried the 12th of this month at the Roach burying ground funeral services conducted by Rev BryE ant Wilson Mr Edd Atkins was calling on N R Roach one day last eki The singing at Mr NR Roachs Saturday night was a success from start to finIshtJames Fletcher and family vis ited at J E Rowe s Sunday Zonal Jones is going to school at Nelltov There is but little farming go ing on in this community t PURDY v Court is in session this week and goodmany attending from this neighborhood Health of this community is very good at this writing On the 23rd Mr R L Dur hams house known as the old Damron place where W B Gills lives came very near being destroyed by fire as he was away from home on business and his wife was alone at home at half past eleven oclock She heard a roaring and went out in the back yard and discovered a blaze coming out of the chimney about four feet high but as the wind was blowing it carried the soot that was afire off of the house She rang the bell but it was so near noon no one came to help and as she came back through the hall she saw a smoke in the parlor and being a double chim ney fire had fallen on the carpet and burned across one width and was almost in tne bed at i PRIMANY ELECTION BILL Senator Charleton of Luis ville has introduced a bill at Frankfort providing for a primary election under state county heldanddeach year on the first Tuesday in July All parties must hold primaries on the same day at tie regular p01ttngLjiac0s The officers are to be chosen equally from the two parties casting the largest vote at the preceding presideriiial lecqoItse iarat e dtii jti 1 ballots will be provided for each party The count andreturns are to be made as under the generalelection law and the penalties for fraud are the same To get his name on the ballot in county primary for instance candidate must file petitions with the county clerk thirty days prior to the primary signed byat least 3 percent of the party vote in at least onesixth- of the election precincts in the county and each signer pledges himself to support the candidate named and to sign no other petition for the same office CAPITAL PUNISHMENT Capital punishment is still practiced in many countries though of late years especially- in the United States it has been made as humane as possible That creation of the French Revolution the guillotine is still used by some countries and the old exicutioners ax Ga1s out justice in Brunswick The most humane method of execution the electric chair is usedonly in the United States Spain employs the garrote or collar which is tightened until the victim strangles to deaths and in Prussia the heads of prisonerrarestruckof with sword The guillotine is used in Bavaria and Belgium and Russia destroys her criminals by shooting hanging and with the executioners sword The gallows is the means of administering death in Great Britain Austria has adopted the same means b Chinese criminals are killed by the swordEx AN OLD PIECE OF TOBACCO Mr Geo R Akin who lives at Sparksville this county has in his possession a piece of manufactured tobacco f yearsr old It was secured in Richmond Va by Mr Jo Russell of this place who was a soldier in the Federal army in 1864 Mr Russell kept in his possession during his life time and after his death it was given Mr Akin by Dr C M Russell who is a son of the late Mr Jo Russell Rank Foolishness Whem attacked by a cough or a cold or when your throat is sore it is rank foolishness to take any other medicine tIiah Dr Kinds New Discovery says C 0 Eldridge of Empire Ga I have used New Discovery seven years and I know it is the beas remedy on earth for coughs and colds croup and all throat and lung trotbles My children are subject to croup But New Discovery quickly cures every attack Known the world over as the King of throat and lung remedies Sold under guar anteeatT E Paulls drug store 20c and 100 Trial bottle free ALL SORTS J w i7 t Drunkards are maintained in the county prison at West Ches ter Pa pya tax fund derived from dogs Fritz Zeiger 11yearold boy of Evansville hid fell into a kettle of hot sausage arid fatally burned x The Illinois Central Has dis continued all of its freights from Sunday service except those hauling x a1or goods f1 C M WISEMAN SON I Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians a Special attention given t to work and all orders in of goods in our line I Oposite Music Hall 132 W Market St I Bet 1st 62d St ouisville Ky I SD crenshaVI jSpecialFistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices lam well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE I FROM COLUM IA ON DISAP POINTMENT I Coffins AND CasketsV j I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will behsold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop J E Snow Russell Springs FOR A GOOD MEAL VISIT THE Manhattan Restauranta- nd Lunch Counter OTTO E YENT Prop 502 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Opposite Court House Louisville Kentucky REGULAR MEALS 20c BEST COFFEE t Dr Jas Triplett Dr J E Grant TRIPLET GRANT DENTISTS 1 Porcelain Fillings H Somnoform Gas t Residence Phone 29 Office Phone 40ing2v Office in Jeffries Building J Columbia t Kentucky Dr 0 S Dunbar DENTISTO- FFICE FRONT ROOMS IN jEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO40 RINGS Columbia KentucJcy I1LMORE nOTEL f JFlrst lass Table-f iGood Simple Rooms G Feed Stable t iN t + Reasonable RatesY W l TrLM0J PIeO f QsrdiLe Kentuck f7 iif wxar t t w f 8 THE ADAIR COITNTY NEWS t t j I WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS Si t Weeks HappeningsNews Important or Otherwise as Report redBy Our Corps Correspondents s 5 GRADYVILLE The last few days has been the coldest weather of the season Rufus Pulliam of Nell was week here on business one day last Messrs Green Rodgers and his son King were here last Friday on business RobertO Keltner and wife were visiting in the community of Cool Spring the first of the weekMrs Charlie Yates and Mrs Cattie Nell were on the sick list a few days of last week We are glad to note that the little boy of Mr and Mrs Mark Wilson has recovered from his attack of croup Miss Mollie Flowers of the L W T School of Columbia spent Saturday and Sunday at home in our city Mr Sam Hill one of Hickory Ridges best citizens was in our midst the first of the week Mr RL Caldwell of Mill town community was with us one day last week and informed us that the farmers in his section were moving along nicely with their workvMr Thomas Gowen conducted services at Cool Spring church last Sunday DrWT Grissom of Columbia f was called to see Jack Napier of i this community one day last t week who is confined with pneumonia fever Miss Sallie Diddle of Columbia is visiting the family of Mr Jt A Diddle of our city this week Mr Perry Hutchison the well known produce man of Columbia made our town last Monday and cleaned up the town in the way of produce paying satisfactory prices Mr and Mrs L M Wilmore entertained a few of their friends one day last week Miss Callie Feese of Columbia is visiting her sister Mrs Mark Wilson at this place Mr and Mrs Geo H Nell visited their brother Burton Yates and family near Joppa a day or so of last week Rev J C Cook of Columbia filled his appointment here last Saturday and Sunday with very interesting discourses On the first Sunday in Fed ruary it being Rev W H C Sandidge appointment at Union before preaching Mr Turner of Columbia will deliver a lecture on Sunday school work we understand his lectures are very interesting Everybody invited to attend Mr Curt Stephen who has been living at McGregor Texas for the past year was in our midst one day last week and informed us that all the Adair county people that lived near that place and especially those that went from this town were getting a long nicely and about all satisfied Mr Stephens thinks there is no better place than the Lone Star State tomake money- sj if the season conies around all OKyou certainly can coin it- He says while you make consider t j- io1 T able money what you have to buy cost you high notwithstand ing all of this he dont think he will be satisfied with the old Kentucky soil especially to till it Perhaps he will return to Mc Gregor before the April show ersLast Saturday at high noon the fire alarm was turned on in our city and to our great susprise the large tobacco and feed barn of Keltner Bros was on fire to far gone to be saved by the bucket brigrade The situation of this building was very close to their dwelling and business Jiouses and it took cool and deliberate work of over fifty men to save the other building The day was very favorable for us to have the dire How the fire originated is a problem that we are not able to solve just now However there is no question in the minds of the people but what this building taken fire in the northeast corner of the uper story where there was a stack of fodder and there had been no one there from early morning The barn contained about 25 bushels of wheat of Diddle and Parson and 17 or 18 barrels of corn belonging to Dr S A Taylor formerly of this place with all of Keltner Bros feed for winter The loss is supposed to be about one thousand dollars with four hundred dollars insurance If the fire had occurred the day before it did there would not been a business house and but few dwellings left the way the wind blew the day before it would of been impossible to save any JOZARK Farmers are very busy some have been plowing for corn Revs W F ChpelandPhips closed a ten days meeting at Oak Grove last week Much interest was manifested Will Judd one of our Ozark boys has gone to Columbia and is working in J S Stapps livery stableLuther Montgomery and family visited his mother at JoAAa last Saturday Mrs Luther Bryant and sister Sarah were at Adaline Blakeys one day last week Mrs James Com be stand daughter Miss Montie werevis iting at A M Floyd s of Gentry Mill one day last week N A McKinley has lost some hogs from cholera The chickenpox Has made a sweep through this section but all the children have about recovered S J Combest visited his broth er near Milltown last week Miss Myrtle Combest has been on the sick list for the last few days Preaching at Shiloh Saturday night and Sunday by Fr J Bar ger Luther Young and Albert Bry ant have entered the L Wf S FP Bryant who has been in bad healthforspmetimehasa- bo recovered 0 Some of our boysdrl1Qthav any jbusmess at Columbia while 2 i4 fa l ft F r thee grand jury is insession It is very common to hear a num ber of pistol shots at night meet ings We hope that the grand jury may find the guilty parties It seems that some of our boys have got more cartridges than brainsf 41 ELLER Rev J S Smith preached an interesting sermon at Clear Spring Sunday Jesse Ford is visiting his broth er at Coolride Ky this week Jonah Kelsay of Wesley was hereon business Tuesday Gus Snyder who has been living at J GFordsforsQme time left for his old home in Newport Ky last Sunday Mr L D Stephens was at Ja bez on business last Tuesday- A L FoleyandBG Wilson returned from a business trip to Burnside andSomerset Sunday Mrs A L Gosser bought two barrels of corn ofJR McQuea ry last week at 250 Per barrel B E Foley was in Jamestown on business Monday Prof BA Coffey conducted a very interesting singing at Clear SpringSundaynight Rufus George left Tuesday for Bedford Ind RUSSELL SPRINGS Rufus George who has been away for some months is now at home Eller the little daughter of F W Wade is quite ill A brother ofour barber Cleo Sherrell was visiting here last week A new tele hone line from J C Poppewells residence to TE Snows has been completed The inside work on the brick buildings is going on rapidly A number of young folk here took the examination at Jamestown Friday and Saturday This examination was held for the ben efit of public school pupils Rev B F Vails has about completed his new residence Judging from the appearance of things at the Academy the buildings will hava to be enlarg ed The school is enjoying the largest attendance in its history All departments are increasing steadily Women Inclined to ConstipationWo- men owing to their peculiar funs tions are prone to constipation and many of th lr ills are due to this h congestion in the bowels which fills the- blood with impure matter hatpermeates hbreathand such like ills are primarily caused AWomen 1and1Thiswhich can be bought at any drug store for 150 cents or 13 bottle Women have been curing 1andyou buy Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin with the understanding that it will do as claimed or your money will be refunded especiallycauseofitsgentlebutpromptactionits pleasant tasteand its freedom from griping It does not weaken like purgatives and cathartics but builds up and strengthens It is a guaranteed + permanent cure and should be as steadily in your home as in that of thousands of others Women use it themselves and give it to children inpreference to any other laxative because it is guaranteed to do what a good laxative should do and does It gently Mrs Tyner of 838 Mc Laren Ave St Louis Mo is glad to say that it cured her constipation and stomach trouble and recommends it to American womankind She is but one of thousands who are loud in praise of itA 0dayto the day that you start the use of Dr wells Syrup Pepsin Your druggist will sell you a bottle under our absolute guarantee FREE TEST 1wellsIng can have a free sample bottle sent to their Home by addressing the company This offer Is to peeve thatthe A remedy will do as we claim and Is only opee to those who have never taken It Send for It IfyoM tew any symptoms of stomach liver or bowel ditease Gentlest yet most effective taxative forxWHreni and old ifolks A p ranied Mfflwieiit ifcowr cure THE 1No Laxatlye Se Sood aid sere IirSftALDWELLS YRUPPE SIH This rbearaMirity guarantee No17WaItII DQ PEPS01 UpOOu 11a SadwL4diMNItk Illj Ii1r i Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH v Studebaker 3k Birdsell J V 1 f Milburn4jM iit J r ga= =WagonsA car load t Oliver Chilled Plows A car load of Disc Harrows 1 A car load of A Cultivators Corn Planters andI One = Horse Corn Drills Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade i LIME ALTANDCEMENT A SPECIAL LINE I Will deliver any kind of Far Implements at any station on the L N T- RWoodson I LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to i l Ready1J I i Have just received O 1A CarLoad f 3of Wagons o c Kandam ready to + supply the public f r Also carryacomplete line of Machinery and Hardware = J H Phelps = fJamestown KentuckyI tl 4 + + and sx i c is ZiBy our attention to Sash and Doors t tTTrt t Qarr a larger a better iselection than any othe house in the SouthrtSend your orders to tile uick 1t E1L HUGHES CO1I- NCOR9ORATED J 4 4h pl t r EXCLUSIVEs t SASH t DOOR HOUSE 1 4 what wear r confining re3nabled stockkand Shippers 215217219 E MaioStk LOUISVIf t a4ss N e i i sir I kI