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I ft f J n ra r t baif untNt T i VOLUME XI COLUMBIAJIDAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 5 1908 NUMBER 13 t GROIWNG IN INTEREST Iy The News Merit contest To Four t Young Ladies in Adair County First prize Ladies Gold Watch Second prize Gold Bracelet Third prize Gold Set Ring Fourth prize Gold Brooch Pin Contest closes Wednesday April 15th 1908 a t 12 M Below is given the vote up to 1130 this Tuesday Jennie McFarland Columbia 9985 Pearl Breeding Vester 3385 Mollie Caldwell Portland 3355 Mary Feese Cane Valley 3270 Nora Bradshaw Montpelier 2735 LulaConnor Glensfork 2500 Mary Hulse Columbia 2000 Alice Walker Columbia 1235 Nina Marcum Columbia 925 Ruby Jeffries Ozark 675 Cora Smith Columbia 625 Miss Mattie Thomas has received some votes but not enough to nominate A BAKERY FOR COLUMBIA Mr Robert Hudson has bought a bakery outfit and will be in position to furnish bread to the people in a short while Every thing in his line is new r except the man who will be in charge who will be an experienced baker and will furnish as good bakers breadas can be secured any where At present Mr Hudson will install his plant near his residence but will later on get nearer the center of the businss part of town Every thing usually turned out by a firstclass bakery will be found in this new establishment within a short while CANDY MAKING Last Thursday evening the compos hors in the News office all young las conceived the idea of making some real home made fancy candy r The office gladly furnished the sugar Ircommittee went out and secured ket tIes while others busied themselves in takiiig the kernels from English walnut peanutsetc About 9 oclock the ugar had boiled to proper consist- en Vr pt l and the entire assembly got busy neY expressIons were soon visible and quickly followed the announcement that the sugar had gra nedThe writer did not know this until next morning when he was handed a plate of candy and if you had been here and seen the dainty cakes flavored with nuts etc you would have seen what Vthe he did not see However the girlsC a few gentlemen friends spent a t very enjoyable evening ADAIR COUNTY FARMERS INSTITUTE ep I At a meeting of the Adair County Farmers Institute held in the County Court Clerks office last Wednesday afternoon H B Garnett President called the meeting to order and stated that its object was to appoint deligates to a meeting of the State Institute which will meet in Frankfort February 18 19 and 20 Whereupon the following named farmers were appointed HB Garnett Thos E Jeffries N M Tutt James A English James jIGarnett JR Hindman C S HarrisI Columbia Crop reporters for each magisterial district are as follows Z T Gabbert Caseys Creek P H Bridgewater Cane Valley H K Walkup Glensfork W M Wilmore GradyvUle R W Shirley Milltown R H Perryman Purdy J R Hind man Columbia At conclusion of busjness HB Garrett tendered his resignation as President having held the position since the institute was organized and James A English was elected in his stead Upon motion N M Tutt wairSlected Secretary T E Jeffries resigning xAN ENJOYABLE OCCASION On Saturday evening January 25at the home of Hon WFNeataIJd Wife a large crowd of their friends were entertained by Miss Pearl Neat who made the occasion one of the most eaJoyable of the season and by her kindness and courtesy she has written her name on the hearts of all those jre ent and all went home believing r 1 1i4 r4Sr fk7 YLby J 4l that their pleasure was farther refined by a knowledge of the happiness enjoy ed by the person whose benevolence e dictates the relief of the timid She had in her heart the labors of love and the delicacies of friendship the blessings of society and union of hearts Her kindness was not destined to waste its fires in the narrow chambers of a single heart but a broader sphere of action was hers she had a more exp 1siVe benevolence which was extended to all alike Her benevolence is one of those amiable qualities of the human breast that imparts pleasure to Its possessor and to all her associates and like the dew drops in the stillness of night falls gently on theweary heartsW JUDGMENT VS GREEN COUNTY y Judgment was entered in Judge Ev ans court this morning on the much tried and much discussed case of Quin lan vs Green county on bonds that were issued some twenty years ago for the construction of the Cumberland and Ohio railroad The opinion of Jndge Evans confirms the State Court of Appeals The bond issue amounted to about 250000 and the consideration was that the railroad was to exte9d entirely across the county On the contrary on lyab four miles of the road was built and the bonds were repudiated Suit was then instituted for the recovery of money that had been paid the county for bonds The case that was settled this morning was in the name of Mary A Quinlan and a finding was made in the court of Appeals sometime ago granting her 8919552 The mandate was then filed in this District Court and the judgment entered this morning The casehas been before the Supreme Court of the United States where a finding for the plaintiff was made on one question and another overruled on the ground that it was too broad The settlement of this case decides the question as to whether or not mon ey invested in these bonds can foe recovered and it is said that proceedings will be taken at once to recover the money although just how it is to be done is not yet known Louisville Times Feb 1 08 BACK AT HIS OLD HOME Mr J F Martin who left Adair county twenty years ago for Highland Kansas reached Columbia Friday night and will visit relatives and friends several weeks Mr Martin left thecoun ty a very poor man but upon reaching the West fortune smiled upon him and today he is in comfortable circumstances He is a farmer and stock raiser and is assisted in his business by his sons Mr Martins wife was a Miss Burton a daughter of Mr and Mrs John Burton who live on Sulphur Creek Mr Martin says for pleasant living and hospitable people give him Kentucky For money making he prefers the WestB- ARBERSIJOPS CONSOLIDATED Mr Geo T Flowers Jr and Mr W T Price have formed a partnership- and will do business over the firm name of Flowers Price Their place of business beginning this w ek will be in the building just vacated by Mr Geo W Staples next to Paulls drug store They have employed Mr Geo W Lowe who has been with Mr Price and the shop will run three chairs Mr Lowe will also teach the band These gentlemen as is generally known are firstclass barbers and the consolidation was made believing that it would beto the interest of all concerned SPECIAL TERM A special term of the Adair Circuit Court has been called to be held commencing Thursday February 13 1908 at which the cases of G F Stults against James T Page cand R N Wathan c against W K Azbill will be called and tried The following marriages recently oc curred in Russell Harry Whittle to Miss HattibJohnson Zeno Hold er to iss Iva McBeath Aaron Law son to MissCassie Shepherd Bob Bow mar to Miss Mary B King WillisJan1iu f fJii 4 KENTUCKYGEORGIA Miss Lena Hurt An Adair County Young Lady Married in New Mexico TH GROOM IS A NATIVE OF GEORGIA Sunday the 26th of January Miss Lena Hurt one of Adair countys best young ladies a daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Hurt who resides a few miles from Columbia was married to Mr R H Moss a native of Georgia but who has been located in New Mexico for several years The ceremony took place at the residence of Dr C M Murrell in Elida Only a few intimate friends witnessed the ceremony which was said by a local minister in a beautiful and impressive mannerIt our understanding that the couple will visit Columbia about the last of this month at which time the bride who is quite popular here will introduce her husband to a large circle ofrelatiVes and friends The groom has never been here but the parents of the bride have been advised that he is a gentleman of sterling character and high standing AN OLD BARNt On the Lapsley farm six miles from Jamestown there is a barn that was built in olden times Mrr J V Laps ley who now lives on the farm says he has no idea how long it has been standing It was built by his grandfather in the early settlement of this country The boards appear to have beep gotten out with a drawingknife and the plank in the building was sawed with a whip saw The barn shows evidence of age and two or three times Mr Lapsley has resolved to raze it but when the time would come to begin work his heart would fail him saying it wag built byI my grandfather and I will let it BIRTHDAY DINNER Last Saturday was the 51st birthday of Mr J A Willis Town Marshal of Columbia His wife was 51 the day before and a birth day dinner was spread in their honor by friends and relatives on Saturday Mr Willis was totally in the dark and was greatly surprisedup on going home at the noon hour to find twentyone guests who had gathered for the purpose of partaking of a most bountiful dinner The dinner was most elegantly prepaed and very much enjoyed by all present After the meal several hours were spent in social con verse WORK OF THE GRAND JURY The grand Jury of the Adair Circuit Court was dismissed last Tuesday afternoon after being in session eight days Thirtynine indictments were returned classified as follows Malicious cutting 1 Assault and Battery 1 7RecklessJFornication t Gaming 8 Selling liquor 3 Breach of Peace 14 1 1 A VOICE FROM NEW MEXICO Mr R K Robertson writing to the News fron Elida New Mexico says r Enclose find check for 200 Please place to my credit for your newsy paper New Mexico is coming to the front fast People are pouring in hereby hundreds and land is advancing rapidly Free homes will soon be a thing of the past We had fine crops last year There will be between five and ten thousand acres planted in cotton in this county this year We sent a manJ buytWoIn your contest give my 250 votes to Miss Nina Marcum Fox SLE Two yoke of work cattle weight 2400 and 2700 pounds v WvP Ellis Garlin Ky f d f t Circuit court was opened at Edmonton last Monday by Judge H C Baker Born to the wife of J W Todd Feb ruary 1 1908 a son weight 10 pounds This office is prepared to execnte all kinds of stock bills Call at the office or send in your order Persons wbo want stock bills should rememlrthat they can be printed at the News office on short notice Mr Jo Russell will be enabled to re move to his new residence on Jamestown street in a week or two We understand that Mr Marvin Yonng will erect a residence near the home of Mr Geo T Flowers Jr Rev J A Johnstou commenced a series of meetings at Summer Shade Church near Fry Green County last Sunday Representatives of this paper will be in Jamestown the first two days of the Russell Circuit Court which will begin Monday week Every person it matters not where he lives who subscribes and pays for the News or renews his ssubscription is entitled to vote in the contest There are two Sarah Hadleys in Rus sell county and the one who lost her cow and asked for aid through the News is the widow of Beecher Had ley Esto The plasterers have finished at Prof P D Neilsons residence last week and some time in the month the Prof will move into it It js quite a hand some home More jobs took ink from our job presses last month and more sub scribers paid up than any other month since the paper was established Times are getting better We understand that Mrs Nannie Flowers residence on Greensburg street is abont completed At any rate it will be ready for occupancy by the first of next month Mr J F Martin who is here from Kansas will insist on his fatherinlaw and motherinlaw Mr and Mrs John Burton who are quite lld and almost blind returning with him John M Blair of White Oak had a ewe to drop three lambs last February raising all three This February the sametewe found three more The last three are strong and healthy Remember that we cannot pay the postage required on papers going to subscribers a year in arrears that you have till the first of April to pay and if not done by that time your name will be dropped from our list Russell county people who may have business with the News office will be given an opportunity to see representatives of the paper during the coming term of the Russell circuit court The residence of Mr S J Combest on the Columbia and Russell Springs road about 5J miles from Columbia burned Saturday night at 12 oclock Part of the contents were saved The originatingfromadefective Monday was county court and notwithstanding two weeks of circuit court closed on Saturday a fair crowd of peo pIe put in an appearance There was but little business before Judge Hancock but the merchants enjoyed a reasonably good trade But very little stock was on the market There ase a large number of mules in the county but we understand they are being held for better prices In the case of Jo Williams and Lucien Moore against Hardesty Dearing tried last week the juryfailed to agree eight were for given Williams etc a inetyftvwas brought to recover the said amount of money for sheep and lambs sold Hardesty Bearing and in the settlement a mistake of the ninetyfive dollars ndafew cents was made against Williams and Moore as they leged in their petition rf j f SAD AND FATAL ACCIDENT Miss Maud Dawson Killed by Being Dashed Against a Tree FUNERAL SERVICE LAST MONDAY Miss Maud Dawson who was a highly respected young lady of Thurlow Green county met an untimely death last Sunday afternoon She was riding horse back in company with other young people From some cause her animal became frightened and ran at full speed The young lady managed to keep in her saddle for some time but finally she was dashed out her head striking a tree killing her instantly The newsrof the sad occurrence soon spread over the neighborhood and there was one universal expression of sorrow for the parents and relatives of the deceased The deceased was a daughter of Mr S Sid Dawson an indrustrious farmer The funeral services were held Monday a large circle of relatives and friends y being present Speaking of the new railroad an en terprise the people of this county are very much interested in the Huston ville correspondent to the Stanford Journal thus discourses The weather permitting Cot J F Allen and crew will make a start toward building the long talked of railroad from the Cincinnati Southern to Scottsville Ky this week The recent flurry in financial circles has delayed the beginning but late orders have been received at head quarters to get all things ready for work to begin this week and these or ders have been obeyed negroIGeorge Campbell the third boy charged with breaking into Rus sell and Cos Store was tried last Fii day and Saturday and given eighteen months in the penitentiary Immedi ately after the verdict Judge H C Baker passed sentences on the three Ben Milam Jo Henry McAlary and Campbell Tuesday they were convey ed to Frankfort by Sheriff W B Pat teson and Deputy Sheriff A ii Patte son NOTICE In my ad last week the statement was made that I tune musical instru ments The statement is correct ex cept I do not tune pianos but all other instruments 131t J S Royse DIED IN FLORIDA Rev John S Crandall Passes Away at Bronston Fla lastIFriday f HIS WIFE COLUMBIA LADY X w The intelligence of the death of Rev John S Crandall who was located at Bronston Fla reached relatives in this place last Saturday The end came Friday afternoon about 1 oclock It is our information that tbe deceased was sick several weeks receiving the best medical attention I The deceased was a native of Taylor county September 15 1881 he was married to Miss Hellen Eubank daughter of Squire John Eubank of this place and to this union two sons were born The oldest is twenty years of age and the youngest is sixteen He is also survived by his wife At the time of his death Mr Crandall was a member of the Florida Confer ence having been transferred from the Louisville Conference The particulars of this death have not reached here nor the future intentions of the wife and childrenThe was 57 years old and wellknown here having been a fre quent visitor to Columbia The last time he was in this place was during the session of the Louisville Conference which convened here the 25th of last September The widow and the two sons have the sympathy of this commu nity 1 r 1l t vr t I l l b J f i 2wTHE ADAIR GOUNTlTNEWS 1 n iRrt ri 1t i rc t v ti rf I 11 ANSWERED THE SUMMONS Last Wednesday afternoon af ter a long illness Mrs Vinnie Dulworth wife of Ambrose Dui f forth whose home was In th Carmel neighborhood closed he eyes in death Before her mar riage the deceased was a Miss Cave She was a highly respect ed lady and her death brough- much sorrow to the surviving husband and Jarge circle of rel atives and friends We are advised as to the deceased Churc- connection but we understand that she was a devoted Christian lady She was about twenty seven or eight years old C MARRIAGE LICENSES Mr T R Stults County Court Clerk issued licenses to the fol lowing couples during the month ofJanuaryLeonard Murrell to Jennie Props Wm P Flowers to Matilda F BraggJohn Frodge to Amanda Stin sonAlvin Wilson to Latitia E Wooten Sam E Dudley to Cassie L Kemp L M Young to Annie Stults L P Hurt to Lizzie E Rosen baum j W J Bottom to Rachel Rich ardsonJas C Bryant to Victoria Rooks Willie Foster to Nora L Neat James Jones to Ada Belle Mel sonW J Rooks to Myrtie E Cur ryAlexander Burress to Emma Keltner SENT UP THREE AND A HALF YEARS tiThecase of Jo Henry Me Alary the second colored boy tried for breaking into Russell Gos store was given to the jury last Wednesday forenoon at 10 oclock The jury deliberated until 2 oclock in the afternoon bringing in a verdict for three years and six months in the penitentiary It was a compro mise verdict seven of the jurors being for five years but yielded in order to made a verdict BURL THOMAS DEAD Last Wednesday morning about 5 oclock Mr Burrel Thomas died at his late residncenear Milltown a victim of pneumonia He was abuot sixty years old and had been twice married He is survived by his last wife and ten children four of the children being by his first wife He was a good citizen and will be greatly missed by his family and friends It is our information that he was a consistent member of the Baptist Church The interment was in the Murray graveyard one and a half miles from Columbia Thursday forenoon r CARD OF THANKS Mr C H Dohoney husband of fannjeDohoneyherparehts Mr de grandmother Mrs Nellie Conover and other relatives desire to re turn their grateful thanks to all those who so kindly waited upon Fannie Dohoney in her illness theerer store her to health was very gratifying to those who were connected by ties o f blood attime of sorrow will never be for gotten j ITEMSh Last fall Mr T T Tiipman sold a weaning mule for 70 the mar ket price for that grade at that time and on the first day of cir cuit court last week bought just as good one for 50 the price ask ed This is a decline in the price of young mules that will proba bly hold for some time in this section The first mule was a horse while the second was a mare and Mr Tupman states that he had as soon have the one he bought last Monday as the one he sold last Saturday though she is a fraction smaller 000- J C Dohoney sold a mare mule coming three to Tilden Wheeler for 140 He also sold a cow to G H Nell for 2800 000- B 0 Hurt bought 12 acres of land from R E Warriner for 140 =Joppa cor 000 Mrs Liza Thomas sold to Mr Wallie Blakeman a cow for 25 Milltown coro 00 Isarah Bernard sold a good horse toll H Bernard for 60 M H Bernard sold a 4yearold filly to Cortez Stephens for 70 A L Foley sold a fat hog to Finis Franklin last week weigh ing 306 pounds at 5 cents per pound Eller cor poo Charlie Morris sold five 160 pound hogs to Coburg parties to be butchered at 41 cents This about cleans up fat hogs through this section Coburg cor 000JJ Nick Conover sold to WIE Todd a 11 year old mare for 130 r Same party sold a stack of hay to B 0 Hurt for 12 being about 50 cents per hundred pounds JURY VERDICT FOR 10000 The suit of Miss Tom Ann Fisher against Sidney L Dun bar charging him with breach of promise of marriage was taken up last Thursday forenoon Montgomery Montgomery rep resenting the plaintiff The defendant was not before the court in person nor byattorny A fter reading several depositions t the case ws given to the jury who rendered a verdict for the amount sued for10000 JRooker sician and who has been located in the Camp Knox country for a number of years will soon locate in Greensburg He will be grea ly missed from his present location and Greensburg will gain a valuable citizen J U VI f ALL THE NEWS It is believed that the Thaw case will be given to the jury this week A verdict of acquit tal is expected Senator Nell has introduced a bill to amend the local option law providing that distillers can sell I at the place of manufacture only to wholesalers or licensedretail dealers He also introduced a bill to repeal the act of 1888 reg ulating ferry charges in Cumber land county W H Owens a former Demo crat has entered the fight for Surveyor of Port Louisville The old time Republicans should stand aside and give Bill a chanceOne hundred and fifty thousand arrests were made in New York City during the year 1907 There are about two hundred Mexican War pensioners in Ken tucky It will be gratifying to them to know that a bill has been introduced in the National House increasing their pay to 3000 per month They are now drawing 2000 All the Federal employees ex cept those controlled by Franks are in line for Taft for the Pesi dencyThe dates for the Kentucky State Fair to be held in Louisville are September 14 to 20 The people of Horse Cave are disturbed over the news that the L and N railroad Company is surveying a new road through Hart county leaving that town two miles from the main line The balloting for United States Senator continues at Frankfort with but little possibility of breaking the deadlock Judge Parker of the Lexing ton district in a decision render ed decides that the State Dem ocratic primary in 1906 was illegalWhat appeared to be an earthquake struck Barbourville last Wednesday Brick houses were shaken and people fled from the buildingsParents should keep their guns out of reach of their children A little boy in Rochester N Y has just killed ayounger sister Night riders continue to get in their devlish work In Christ ian county last week they took Preston L Rodgers from his home gave him a severe whip ping They then cut all telephone and telegraph wires that no alarm might be given The next Tuberculosis Convention will be held at Farnkfort February 3 to 7 Mrs Jane E Palmer consort of Mr Albert B Palmer died at Stithtori Hardin county recently She was 68 years old and a native of Adair county Who was she Suffering and Dollars Saved E S Loper of Manila lJ Y says I am a carpenter and have had many severe cuts healed by Bucklens Arnica Salve It has saved me suffering and dollars It is by far the best healing- sa Iave ever found Heals burns s rcers fever sores eczema and k at TE Paull Druggist e fJ IA8DWICK Pres JII COCKE V Pres RII DIETZMAN Sec W T Pyne Mill Supply Co j ESTALISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 aliUWttGTs mAcfiINlSTS I DEALERS IN I ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLSSIGRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 TfHKTeeNTHHftIN LOUISVILLE Sheet Iron and Tank Work e JOBBING WORK SOLICITED All Kinds of Machinery Repaired 1 1 LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER PLASTER t Is a substitute for com I mon lime mortar There is intelligent economy in the use of this material The use of common lime I mortar for plastering makes a weak and uncertain ceiling as it is IIfable 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 1 MANUFACTURED BY j Kentucky Wall Co Brook River StsBOTH PHONES 2267 Louisville Kyti a Also Operating HOOSIER WALL PRASTER PLANT Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 i J The LouisvilleTrust It1 CompanySouthwest Gorn rIMarket i LOUIS TILLE Organized under a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of 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 Administrator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every posi tion of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength Jetne1ets and Opticians WATCfiES I DIRJVIOfiDS JEWEU Y- SIliStERLLUARE SMOKESTACKS Plaster Eyes tested and Eyeglasses Properly pilled watches and Jecaelfy r eppiued and Waffanted iieonard fubet1SOh ij 356 Jeffetfson r leair 4th IiOdISVlIiIife KIT V IJ t t IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BfiV THE RIGHT PLACE T See my Stock of J P GENERAL MERCHANDISE SJ2 Ptfodaee Wanted I TW l W L SIMMONS c f EiUNIav idi t ir H ijrr r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 I s n u 1t JOTIN A HOBSQK G EEttS13t1 G KH14TUaKY I I6i Jlas Enough f Z e t10t1 en Z line Fenees f r1ir to fence in Green and Adair counties J i yt 1 1 I f The Stay wires on this fence are so attached that they cant slip on the Line Wires The Harder You Pull i j V the Tighter it Gets 5r JE y t EiovQKI v Poultry fiettihg fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the two and dont forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper ad 1to in recent issues of The NewsI Fifth Avenue Hotel tZC PIKE CAMPBELL MGR Refurnished Redecorated and Re medied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu i lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and STheatersFIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE i FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS Louisville Kentucky OOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOT OO + s a pe i KIMBLE HOTELW KIMBLE PROPRIETOR 1j 6100 PER DAY 4V GOOD BEDS SAMP E ROOM FREE t LIVERY AtiD FEED STABLE IN CONNECTION t RUSSELL SPRINGS KENTUCKY WpppeQQOQ r k FRANK CORCORAN tnighGradelI j c Marble IIA f Cemetery work df all kinds See you t Trade from Adair and adjoining countiest t v solicited W J Main Street Lebanon Ky r w f 4 Completely Renovated Throughout W f i iis- r Absolute Satisfaction Guaranteed Nti Enterprise Hotel X CHAS F CANS BRO Props w 4 r RATES IOO PER DAY 234242 E Market St Louisville Kentucky i w iilf J i t Granite US before fb yh WHAT TILE LEGISLATURE SHOULD DO Reduce the tax rate because t I the revenue is larger than theIt necessary expenses of the State Abolish all the offices created by the last Legislature because they are unneccessary and were not created except for political purposes Establish a good road Commission and provide for an amend ment to the constitution so there can be State aid to build turn pikes i t Take our Charitable and Penal Institutions out of politics by Providing bipartisan boards to con trol them Abolish registration in cities of the fifth and sixth classes because f it is unneccessary Defeat all measures that pro vide for increase in salaries Pay school teachers on the ba sis of attendance instead of children in school districts Strike out the section of the new revenue law which allows i County Clerks 150 for issuing execution against delinquent tax payers and also Sheriffs fees on same if Provide that the Attorney Gen eral attend to all State litigation without the employment of out C State side council at the expense of the t Pass a strong antitrust law to reach such cases as the Ameri can Tobacco CompanyEtown- F News THE NEGRO VOTE it Within the next few days it is probable that Taft leaders ino meetingtE are chances that definite plans for making an organization in the state will be announced and at viewtPresidentrrThe Fairbanks men are also planing a meeting but it will not be held until later along in the legislative session the sup porters of the Indiana man being of the opinion that it would bep unwise to urge that the Ken tucky vote be instructed for any to candidaate for President until after other matters in which the party is interested are deter mined at Frankfort Already the contest for the vote of the commonwealth has aroused con siderable f elngand in some instances bitterness among Republican leaders The Fairbanks men are us ngwithmuchr effect the alleged unfriendliness of Secretary Taft to the negro Standardicoloredf says that negroes cannot afford to support Secretary Taft for in his Lexington speech he tacitly r put his stamp of approval on the Jim Crow laws which humiliate and work a hardship on the negro TheWatSe retarYst allegedPositionFon this question a r t i is being talked ofttjiroughout the state by friends oJ the Vice President and as Kentucky has a large negro vote it is certain to cut a big figure in determining the control of the two factions now fighting for supremacyE Town News 4IA GOOD MEASURE Senator Newman hasintroduc ed an amendment to the Kentucky libel law which should pass the Legislature It provides where a newspaper has made full and complete retraction of any libelous publication that the burden of proof to show malice in order to recover punitive damages shall rest with the plaintiff There is no libel staute in Ken tucky and the old Common Law of England is still in forced This law presumes malice on the part of the publisher in every alleged libelous article and even where a newspaper has been misinformed and afterwards made full and ample correction the law still presumes malice and the plaintiff is only to show that the article was libelous in order to recover punitive damages This is very unfair to the press and causes newpapers to be taken advantage- of by unscrupulous people If the newspaper makes correction it ought not under the law be presumed to be malicious Senator Newmans amendment does not effect the question of actual damages nor does it take away from the plaintiff the right to punitive damages In the latter simply says that the plaintiff must malice where the Inewspaper has made correction f the alleged libelous article Town News THE GIRLS DID IT In New York a few weeks ago a private school where 30 young girls were being boarded and educated the meals became- so poor that the girls protested did no good and one evening they made a raid on the pan try and captured every thing eatable When the mistress went to punish the leader she cwasout her clothing torn and her face scratched and she hadL finally call the police toqueIlt the riot If any body thinks aJ girl hasnt an appetite as well as other folks theKwill find they have made a big mistakeI tiBETTER P001 THAT TOBACCO A bright young Miss of Midway of some thirteen or fourteen to summers gave some splendid advice the other dey to one of her boy fri 1dsiwh01 was pompously puffing away a pipe and try ng to- manly impress her with his feats The young Miss looked at him seriously anp then emarkedtcI think youd b e lliett r off if you would pool the tobacco in that pipe I have a lot of mensand boys long overcoats that I am closing pat t caat W LSallieri0 J 1 r RICH INDIAN FAMILY The Berryhill family is one of the largest in the Greek nation A There are more that seven mem bers of its various branches Thisn family draws more money for oil royalties than any other in Oklahoma says a Muskogee letter to the St Louis Republic JThey are mixed blood Greeks some of them being almost white cultured and refined citizens Nearly every one of the family secured allotments in that section of the Greek nation in which was later devoleped the Glenn oil pool the greatest oil pool in the worldAs a result of the oil wells that have already been drilled on Berryhill allotment the family now draws from 15000 to 20 000 each month Some individual members of this family have the richest producting allotments in the oil field One draws 3000 a month royalty and another 2000 There are many mem bers of the family whose allot ments have not yet been drilled and there are others whose allot ments are outside of the present development but they are likely to be brought in almost any timeITode Berryhill isan Indian preacher and was one of the meno most active in the movement to have the Indians sell their allotments and go to Old Mexico take up a land grant there and live according to their old costoms There has not been much heard about going to Mexico since the Berryhills commenced to draw big royalties from their allotments u BUSINESS MEN OF BERLIN ADVERTISE Billboards for advertising purposes are prohibited in Berlin Their place is taken by pillars or columns erected at street corners These columns which are usually of wood and iron are about 12 feet high and 3 feet in diameter Built at the edge of the sidewalk they form a conspicu ous feature of street life in that ity It is interestiug to note that the matter displayed on columns is more in the na of reading notices than of picturesThe of erecting and using these advertising columns awarded by the city to the highest bidder According to the terms of the lease now in force the city receives an annual of rental of about 95 200 but can not grant a similar privilege any one else The life of the lease is ten years The price which the successful bidder may charge for space is regulated by the Berlin authorities All posters before they are put up must be approved by the police Ex cept in special cases the advertising space is awarded according to the order of application The city reserves the right tooJ demand the posting of its notices freeFrom the Business Circle of The Circle for December 1yy jr4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS lhe daif QIouutg eWS C Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County News Company INCORPORATED t CHAS HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of the citr of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second Taos mail matter I WED FEB 5 l 1908 i DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States SenateGovJ C W Beckham The bill offered to reduce rail road passenger rates is one that will fall sweetly on the ears of many but to study the necessi ties of this state to be in touch with the real conditions to know of the vast undevelopedre sourses the waste place that need touching up and the present facilities for accomplishing these things we can not see why any one would desire to further cramp and impair the mainspring of development Kentucky needs equippments freight and the Legislature should notfollow a wave of sentiment as it were but look for the real needs and the best means of advancement To our mind such a measure as the one pro posed is the height of folly and should It 6 become a law retard developments in this state for years or so long as such dis crimnating laws remain The Newsdoes not believe in ad vancingthe interest of one class or business at the expense of another but insists on a fair square deal for all No set of men can outline the receipts of the future in any business be cause conditions change and every business that tends to de velopment should be as free as possible to take care of itself un- derI changing conditions Should rates become exorbitant or service fail to keep up there will be am ple time for restrictive or stimu lating lawsbut so long as we need more railroads and better ser vice and so long as the roads are extending their lines and bettering the service we do not need any check jWe favor more roads at present rates It is not the 3 centsa mile that burdens our peoplea and holds four prosperity in check but the lack of the miles r When men seeking work and finding none without means to meet the expenses of keeping souls body together are forced t to beg bread the situation is alarming Such is the case in I the crowded centers and if em ployment can not be furnished at least bread should be given The following statement gives a r glimpse of the situation Thesoffice of the superintendentof beyglng The part suspen sion of the steel and iron indus try there has caused much suffering nkthe foreign laborers Four men were taken to the county hospital suffering f from starvation The Town Board will hold a meeting tp C morrow to adopt measures of rreliefr tL i J 3 1I t Mr R D Thornbury editor of the marion Falcon has made his mind and set his stakes to op erate in a broader field and on a larger scale Still retaining the Falcon he will take charge of the Taylor County Enquirer and thus be twenty miles nearer the center of the worldMr Thorn bury will remove his family from Lebanon a good town to Camp bellsville a more progressive city where he will soon be ident ified with the active movements which Campbellsville has been experiencing for the last eigh teen months The News ex tends its good wishes and be speaks prosperity for the En quirer and happiness to its new editor The moon is out tonight love meet me with k smileIIve something good to tell you sitting- on the style A spirited debate took place in the House last Thursday over the motion to recommitthe County Unit Bill to the Committee on Statutes Some of the friends of the bill said the motion was made for the purpose of killing the measure This was indignantly denied by Representatives Ar nett and Dowling of the Com mittee on Statutes who warmly resented the imputation that their committee was loaded In turn they charged that the Com mittee on Public Morals had taken snap judgment in report ing the bill the day after it was introduced The bill was finally sent back to the Committee on Public Morals The General As sembly adjourned until Tuesday but the few members in Frank fort during the recess will meet each day and take a formal ballot for Senator The contest at Frankfort has largely been obscured in Adair county by The News Merit Con test The old honest way of voting is still favored by our people The jury acquitted Harry Thaw for killing Stanford White but the trial judge sent him to an asylum to remain until a commission passed on his sanity Hon J Willard Mitchell a prominent lawyer and Democratic politician died at his home Nicholasville Wednesday of last wek How do the little Republicans like Mr Roosevelts special message to Congress It is Democratic from start to finish The dog law has not yet been boobtailed though it has been billed MELL Winter has come at last in full bloom The thermometer ranging 6 ahead Colds lagrippe and fever are very prevalentrin this and adjourning counties Miss Lona Blaydes daughter of Stephen Blaydes diedon the 1st inst with lagrippe Was hurried at their home cemetery Bessie n the only daughter of DH Rodfers is very ill with feverMrs Robert Dqhoney has a severe attact of lagrippe A very interesting singing school taught here by J Firqurn of Keltner Miss Ora Moss is teaching a privates at the home ofT A Fir uin Ke ltnerYVV Vv V ifessrs Allen Boseaen f I l Mitchell Liletown purchased a farm from Turner Bros Camp bellsville for 3000 Messrs Bob and Elzie Mitcheli Liletown recently purchased farm on East Fork from their brother Willie giving 11000 About all the people of this section have sold and delivered their tobacca to local buyers realizing good prices some crops brought as high as 600 as result money is circulating freely and a stronger effort than ever is being put forth for a 1008 crop Good for the Night ridersL- ONGSTSREET We are having a rough spell of weather for the last few days The health of this neighborhood is not as good as in the past the grip has visited us and several are victims Business is moving out nicely considering the poor health of the neighborhood and such extremely cold weather W W Owens of this place exchanged 25 acres of his home farm to W R Leach for 40 acres this caused W W Owens to build a nice mansion near here the distance from here is 250 yardsOur little place is on a boom there has been 3 new buildings gone up here in the last few days W R Leach is moving to his new home W W Owens is moving to where Donnie Owens lived Donnie Owens is moving to where W R Leach moved from This is a general exchange taking place among our business men this week none are leaving LongstreetJ of Fonthill passed through here one day this week on a business trip When trade gets dull just call among our trading men and they will make it lively for you Mr S G Tarter of Adair county is teaching a singing here it has been going on for 8 days ROY Roy is the name of a post office that has recently been established at this place onehalf mile northeast of old White Oak church Mr George Redmon is PostmasterWe to state that Mr Silas Roy and son Wm who have been confined to their rooms for some time have about recovered Mr Solomon W Royse has a very commodious dwelling in course of construction which will be completed in a short timeI Mr Joe Richards is running the saw mill now and can be found at his place of business dayIProf R 0 Cabbell will con duct an exercise in singing the first Sunday afternoon at White Oak We have a very interesting Sunday school under the supervision of Mr F Pif Bryant I Bro C1VI Deeiier our pastor preaches first Saturdays and Sundays in each month at 11 oclock a m r 6A ULTONJTEXAS Editor News perhaps spine one would dike to hear from this Jatot the world thr u hthe News v L MY- husband atidJi myself left oJ DONT FORGET nprTo CQntesty Persons From a Distance Sending in Their Subscriptions Should Say who they are forNew Subscribers Get 150 Votes and the ones already on our books 125 Address all communications to I The Adair County News Columbia o Kentucky p 1e The GampbellsVille i i Jflaehine Shop 1 o = Handles Heavy and Light work Boilers remoddled and all Boiler repairs made and Light Forging of all kinds done Engines and other machinery rebuilt Heavyit done by Mechanics who know how Try us J Gampbellsville Kentucky + 4 a Kentucky for Texas the 17th and arrived at Gatesville Texas the 20th we secured a hack and then drove 31 miles in the coun try As our baggage did not reach Gatesville until the 21st we were compelled to wait there a day and night A dreadful hard rain made our trip out in the country very unpleasant on account of the mud which would cause the hack wheels to be almost solid at times But his mud does not last longthen the roads are as nice and dry as a pike Taking every thing into consideration Texas certainly is a fine place The land is some what broken in Hamilton county yet nothing to compare with Adair The soil is very rich and the most of it can be cultivated Wood and water are plentiful and the sociability of the people can not be surpassed People we never heard of take the pains in showing us all greatestl pitality possible T h gutte a number of scattered here and there over m Texas and four of our closest neighbors are from Kentucky namely Messrs Lyte Schooler Jas Arnett John Monday and Elick Rocker all from Adair j and Green counties We are only eight miles from Hamilton the county seat which is very convenient andsince our arrival the rail road has been = completed to that point Mr Cephus Keltner of Mc Gregor and his father former 4 Kentuckians spent a few days in our community = i JJiicfr love to air in1frfejids BHG1 H J J r N f WANTED i i 700 LIVE t RED IGRAY IFOXESJ11EALTIIY = each for RED FOXES 125 each for GRAY FOXES f Will pay itKYo + t when crated light and safe iwith new tin cup for wateriNever use an old tin + ttbit no salty food f I willo pay more alive than fur dealers pay for skins q Write me about how many you will able + to get q NO CRIPPLED FOXES tWANTED q Foxes may be de livered at the following places fCooley Bros Absher L R Chelf linifleYIT If Skaes Mac Reed Miller Columbia S S Goode Casey Creek Bob Wilson Cane Valley Joe Marshallsbarber shop Greehsbun f WTllODGENCAMPS BOX 2i2 t ateT IT IT i I r C 6 THE ADAIR COUiNTJ EWS t 5 d r e ews erit Contest Be up and Doing and Get a iI Valuable Prize I I 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 I f A Beautiful Gold Watch IF 1To 1 the A second Gold Bracelet FourthI dA Beautiful Set Riot A Gold Brooch Conditions of Contest j For every dollar paid on Subscription whether to settle arrearage or to ad vance Subscription 125 VOTES WILL BE ALLOWED J For every NesLSubsoriber paying 100 150 VOTES For less than a dollar a vote for each cent whether new or old subscriber I7 FIVE HUNDRED VOTES WILL BE RE Qace anyone in nominar tion after which any number of votes will be accepted and placed to her creditt No one directly or indirectly connected with The News will be admitted to V f the ContestiThe name of every contestant and the exact number of votes to her credit will be published each week so any one who desires may keep up with the con testj The ballots will be filed away and in the event ota close finish will be pro duced to satisfy any doubts r No one connected with this office will espouse the cause of anyone contestant It is 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 Every article offered is genuine and guaranteed Call at Paulls 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 EDITOR NEWS J Find enclosed i which place to the credit of i t v ns u v on Subscription and gIve Miss y Votes Yours truly A U F J I i I Ii PERSONAL jEt Mrs A D Patteson is a lagrippevic tim Mrs Rollin Hurt is a victim of la grippe 9 lMrs Fred Myers has been quite sick for aweek T Miss Virgia Tupman of this office is quite sick Miss Mollie Jeffries has been ill for several days Miss Sallie Ray Marcnm is suffering with a deep cold quitesickI Harrodsburgt Mrs C E Dudgeon is numbered I among the sick this week Mrs R W Shirley was quite sick several days of last week B nearMilltown fewdaysrifMrCoyE Dudgeon has been on the sick list for the past week jIi tohisrMrs W R Grissom has about re 1 covered ness from a ten days spell of sick f9 Mr J S Stapp returned from a trip dayJr C Feese has been sick of a fever for the past week Mrs Anna A Strange and her grand son Sick quitelastk cJlrs Sallie Bradshaw Mrs M Cray ens and Muter Edwin Cravens are vie tiins of lafrippe X tt 1AnThi 1 I II Mr Julius Stapp who has been sick for three months is now able to be about town ofCreelsborospentlast school slightly ill Mrs Frances White has been quite sickfor several days She isa sister of Mr F R Winfrey Mrs W F Hancock who has spent ten days with her husband in Frank fort is expected home this week Mr J S Wells of Glasgow who spent ajweek visiting in the vicinity of Columbia left for his home last Friday Mr J N Coffey left Monday morn ing for Oklahoma Texas and New Mexico He will be absent about thirty Jays I Mr J P Beard left for ouis3jille Monday morning where he will consult onhisMrs Geo W Thomas who spent the CorMr Harry Harvey who has been absent from Columbia since he was a small YTKyisman She has just returned from a pleasant visit to Nashville Ten Glasgow Times babyleftmorning At Tampa Rev Kasey will preach a series of sermons lasting for two weeks At the close of the meet- Ing Rev Kasey will visit Cuba While on this trip Mrs Kasey and little RutK will visit the formers mother who rep si da The trip will coy era period pif about four weeks Jc i f LOCALS FOR SALE OR RENT r A six room cottage on Frazer Avenue for sale or to rent Apply to J O RUSSELL RUSSELL CIRCUIT COURT Monday the 17th of this month win CircusCourt usualthereances and there are more Commonwealth cases than for several courts in the alargeaccountsoff statements for several hundred who are in arrears within a few weeks but we are now doing this kind of work and will be able to present yon with a statement in ample time for payment before April the 1st The Postmaster General is making us work so to peak day and night CARD Off THANKS We desire to express our most sin cere and heartfelt thanks to the many forkindnessandsythe illness and at the death of our be loved husband father and grandfath er Especially we want to thank Uncle withhfromus Mrs Sallied Butler w r Ed Butlerw lchen v A SAD DEATH 1 Mrs Bertha Mitchell wife of Mr- Charley1fitcheU died at her late home two miles thisside of Greensburg last Monday night The deceased wasa daughterof Mr and Mrs Tim Collins of this place and was married to her surviving husband two years ago She was an excellent young woman and had many friends in Columbia all of whom are in sympathy with the young husband and aged parents The deceased was a true Christian a devout member of the Methodist church THE M F HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Our number is still increasing as several new pupils entered school last weekSMr Edwin Cravens was at home last week on account of a severe cold The Art Class is interested in a study of The Old and New Masters of Art under Miss Trabue Miss Mary Williams and Miss Rosa Mae Conover visited their parents a Montpelier from Friday till Monday Mrs Grissom Miss Trabue Miss Reed and Prof Darnall were guests of the Beethoven Club Thursday afternoon of last week A class has been formed in Ancien- History and one for the study of American Literature with a scholarly text book by Eva March Tappan The first and second Latin classes re cite prose together on Friday morning We recite now by the new weekly schedule in which there are only fou periods a week for the subjects instea of five and we have found the change beneficialThe grade is studying Carpen ters Geographical Reader of North America Mr Geo Cheatham of Milltown vis ited his son Cassius who is ill at the dormitorySeveral of our students from Russell and Metcalfe counties had intended to visit their parents but were prevented on account of the heavy rain Friday af ternoonAs is the end of the month our report cards for January will be ou tPMonday A siege of grippe has struck the sonMelvinr James Shirlev and Mr Cassius Cheat 4iam are confined to their rooms Nineteen pupils were absent from school on Thursday and Friday on account of grippe Miss Margaret Todd visited Miss Amanda Butler Saturday Miss Frances Jones is doing so mmy special work in portrait painting in the art studio The advanced pupils under Miss Trabue were given access to a Masters picture in the studiolast week It was a Carl Brenner The M F High Schdol reserves the evening of February 21st Tuesday of last week a contest was s1Thebook will be hi the shape of the outline of England and will contain a map with places located and some descri tion of the part each important pia has had in the history of the nation arranged chronologically The style subject matter and composition of these are to be judged and a prize given to the best The girls are displaying much taste and artistic originality in decorating the covers By action of the Board of Trustees the colors of the school have been changed and now yellow and white will be the combination which shall al ways bring cheers of pride andenthusi asm for our school A number of pupils in the Musical Department are suffering with colds Misses Lina Rosenfield and Elizabeth Holladay have been confined to their room for a week j A business meeting of the Beethoven Club was held last Thursday afternoon in the inusic studio Club pins in black and orange enameled in a very artistic design were ordered Misses Betsey and Martha Hancock will entertain the Club at the Hancock Hotel next Friday evening the 7th of Btbruary Miss Frances Jones as unewly enrolled voice pupil arid Miss Amanda Butler pupil in the piano department r Several of the pupils made weekend visits to their parents in the country Mary Miller LWTS NOTES Rev Tyler Wright filled his appoint ment at Milltown Sunday Several of the boarders at the hall also some in town are on the sick list Miss Thomas who has been sick is again able to take her classes Mr Walter Taylor went to his home at Montpelier Friday for a short visit Miss Leva Salmon of Bliss is de tained from school this week on ac count of sickness In spite of the inclement weather the L C D S and F L S members met Saturday evening and had very interesting sessions On Saturday evening February the 8th the societies of the LindseyWilson- will give a public session The subject Resolved That politics is not a desirable field for young men will be debated by members of the C D S and S The O F L will assist with 4t etc Rev A R Kasey one of the members of the faculty is on a short visit to the Southland LISTtThe following subscribers have paid since last issue Ir W Caffee OwenHardesty James Holladay Frank Jackman L P Murray B E Rowe J B Barbee J K Robertson J H Young Sam Jones A A Huddleston Ella Royse E L MrsdR P Breeding A R Kasey J H Wormack I T Farris Horace A Mur rell Alvin Browning Sarah Roberts Walker Bryant L J Wilkerson Ruel Edrington F P Gains W I Meader- B A Rice J A Wilmore E Campbell J F Martin J N Page W R Myers R B Logan Mrs D C Bailey G W Hayes C H Sandusky Sol omon Turpen W H Shaw John Bry ant E N Salmon Ed Butler James Lewis B L Conover Alvin Harden Z G Taylor R A Cooley Robert Hudson Willie Ingram John D Thom as Ben F Pile C P Coomer Jose hive Field A R Jeter Wm Vaughan C L Winfrey FOR SALE I have 10 acres of land half in culti vation the rest in timber well watered a good 5room house good outbuilding a store house 22 by 46i feet with a stock of goods that will invoice from 1000 to 1200 Post office in store As good stand as can be secured in Taylor county I want to sell on account of health Call or write me if inter ested in an investment of this kind 72m W T ELDER Atchison Ky PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W H C Sandidge Ebinezer r W S Dudgeon Mt Gilead J F Roach Fry J F Barger Glennville Z T Williams Columbia J C Cook Zion G J Wade Mt Carmel- J A Johnston Gradyville- J Wade Russell Springs ceB Cave Providence fortiPANTEDshelled corn in groce iesmeatftonrr sugar coffee etc v ALLEN WALKER Co I33tI FOR SALE Baled hay near my Exchange I34t G B Smith Columbia Ky Coffins AND Caskets Til keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which wilHie sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to pa tronize iny shop J E Siww Russell Springs J I J 6 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS y r J A MISERS GOLD A Massachusetts miner died a short time ago and left 1500 000 Mind you he left itdidnt Hthanmine This old money hoarder never spent a dollar for street car fare never traveled a hun dred miles away from home took but one vacation in 80 years let his hair and beard grow so he wouldnt have to pay anything toal the barber or buy collars and tie and indulged in no luxuries except what other people were will r ing to pay for So after he ha toiled paitfully through life piling up dollars until he ha passed ten years beyond the allotted three score and ten he diedIs there any need to upon such a life as this If there is I cant see it It furnishes its own lesson automatically a it were It doesnt take much to learn it either But this old miser was not alone There are thousands like him most of them doing business on a smaller scale as you might say but misers nevertheless I knew one o them He worked and grubbe- and drove his family and his hired help like slaves an pinches every cent until he ha accumulated a considerable for tune He rarely wore socks never shaved never wore decen- clothes never did nor had anything that makes life worth living One morning he dropped dead worn out Now his mone is having a merry time in the landof his heirs and such other persons as are getting hold of it in considerable quantities A miser ought to be punished p and Ij know of nothing that could possibly equal placing himE where he could see the money he has accumulated so laborious ly being scattered to the four winds by his heirsI- NCUBATI NG dL ALLIGA ORSif Quincy Ill has achieved a good deal fame as a manufacturer of incubators The chicken incubator is the oldest of all andfrom the first invention manufactureof of every description a Butthe strangest incubator ofI all is the alligator incubatorisays the Clinton Ia Herald The f industry of alligatou raising has t grown to a science in the lastr few years and one or two very extensive farms are being oper ated in the SouthcThe most successful of these Is that of the Arkansas alligator farm near Hot Springs Ark which raises the animals for the market on a large scald About 1500 young alligators are raised peach year and from this supply r the menageries Ond zoos of the country are stocked The chief profit from the bus iness arises from the sales of the showpurposesandfrpet as usually supposed from the ey t Sale of their skins for ornament f it r e Your l Passing Shadows leather work isn such large numbers every year advanced methods of incubation thde poultry business the invention incudbator took the place of the moth- erlY hen so the artificial hatcher superseded the female alliga ttor as a mother of her young expeditiousI urgentSan was particularly for raising the brood of the inhabitants of the Southern bayous The machine was some what larger than the ordinary chicken hatchery thfe andd when the young are hatched the curioudhts with straw which is moistened every day The temperature is untiltthe eggs are hatchedIThe little animals are nursed in the brooder for several days before being turned out into theI rrbabies enclosure It is claimed by the operators of the farms that the introduction of methods has appreciably TheIeggs o incubate is very small and th are worth 5 a dozen QUEER LODGING PLACES It is surprising to strangers to Egyptian families occupying some of the tombs which have been excavated and abondoned It seem uncanny to see babies playing cheerfully about the doors of the tomb houses and to watch chickens running in and out as they do at the mud dwellins When questioned about the tombs dragoman said that those occu ied as homes had been tombs of ordinary citizens and were of no value as show places for touristi As ome of them have several extending into the rock rand as they are cool in the hot test of summer and warm in the days of winter they are altogether use as homes The Egyp tians do not share horror of dead bodies felt by Europeans Chil dren run about with pieces of r mummies and if they cannot dis ose of them to tourist they play with them A mumified foot or hand is so common in Luxor is that one may be purchased for a few cents Leslie s W eek yf4s All accounts are now due and must IIbedont wait to be called on but come in mndiicttleN tf W L Walker rj t r a Womens troubles throw a cloud over their lives which neglect may cause to become permanent Make yours into a passing shadow by taking a medicine that acts directly on your womanly organs the dia order of which has caused your womanly troubles The right remedy for you when you have headache backache nervous spells dragging pains Irregular functions etc Is Wine of CarduiMrs R H Lawson of Sprott Ala writes I suffered with female troubles for 12 years tried 4 doctors they did no good so I took Wine of Cardul I have taken 18 bottles feel greatly relieved and am better than In 20 years Sold by all reliable druggists In 100 bottles Try it WRITE US A LETTER IBRAI LEAKS Too many doctors may spoil the war prospects The pulpit often fails to ge the viewpoint r The woman who wills has no need to wait for leap year A full grown man is seldom as young as he thinks he is A big fat man always has a hard time trying to make people believe he is sick If you overlooked it on Janua- rY 1 you might try making a good resolution today It is better to make one reform and stick to it than to scatter on a dozen and miss all of them Thirty years ago every body started off a new year by keep ing a diary What has become of that old habbit When a country woman moves into a large city it is awfully her for her not to be welcomed byr the woman of the house nex doorSome members of the Dont Worry Club leave their certifi- Cate of membership at the office when they start home The man who tries to put up a secondd r meets with failure thaet his home town is the best town of its size in the country it is time for him to seek another lo cationWe have noticed that the peo ple who Jive comfortably in a small town do not wear the worried look of people who claim that a city is the only place to liveModern progress has its drawbacks How is the boy of today going to be proud of his first boots when boots are no longer sold in the market places February 1908 will be a remarkably busy month It willI contain twentynine days Wash ingtonsbirthdayLinco 1 na birthday St Valentines da and five pay days Neighborhood fav ritesIMrs E D Charles of Harbor Maine speaking of Electric Bitters says It is a neighborhood favorite here wit us It deserves to be a favorite ery where It gives quick relief in dyspepsia liver complaint kidney de ngtment malnutrition nervousness weakness and general debility Its ac tion on the blood as a thorough purifie- makes r it especially useful as a sprin medicine This grand alterative tonic sold under guarantee at T E Paulls drug store 50c 4I fSENATORMcCREARY Your one great claim to polit ical recognition and preferment and your only possible excuse forc it t IP y SL Write today for a free copy of valuable 64page Illustrated Book for Women If need Medical Advice describe your symptoms statine age and reply will be sent sn plainsealed envelope Address Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn your many sided views upon th silver question has been that as a party man you have always submitted your claims and con swtperior wisdom of the party as expressed in its platform declar ations and in its selections of candidates Senator if this be true and we have always so be lieved then call upon McNutt Charlton and Lillard to cease their unwarranted use of your name in the ballot for Senator If such use of your name by them is with your sufferance gives the lie to your whole polit icallife If such use of you name is without your sufferance then as the honorable man w have believed you to be you owe it to yourself and to your party to rebuke these men who place you in such an unenviable and even despised attitude Stand lout like a man and show your proper colors Stanford Journal tAN IMPORTANT BILL An important bill will be intro duced this session will be the one prpviding a new method o holding State primary elections It will Provide that both political parties must nominate all candidates for Stateoffices on the same day and that day shall be gener registration day that the reg istration shall be extended so that every voter in city and county must register and the registra tion officers must also serve as primary election officers thus say ing the expense of three sets of officers The bill further pro vides that the State shall pay the expense of holding the prima ries thus giving a poor man a chance to make a race without having to borrow enough money to put up his entrance fee The State now pays the expenses ofI registration in the cities and i is contended that the additional expense would not be great enough to offset the merit of such ts r Y14ceP Open House Everybody is welcome when we feel good and we feel that way only when our digestive organs are working properly Dr Kings New Life Pills regu late the action of stomachJJlvrngandI htuses at T E Paulls Druggist 4 A french woman whose hus band was in hiding from the au tetraYedghis whereabouts to a police spy As a result the man was taken arid received a term of imprison merit So much did she take to heart this misfortune brought about by her gossip that she re solved to remain mute to the end t of her life M I I t MONTIIe February will be a freak month in that will have five Saturdays It comes in on the last day of the week and goes out in tHe same way it came in Laborers will have five pay days and the un married woman will have five Saturdays in which to propose for this is leap year you know All this will happen in the short est month too and when it will occur again deponent sayeth not Blue Grass Clipper The Jumping off Place grasproff place when I was advised to try Dr toesay now my provement began began with the first bottle and after taking one dozen bottles I was a well and happy man again says Geo Moore of Grsmes land N C As a remedy for coughs and colds and healer of weak sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia New Discovery is supreme 50c and 1 at T E Paulls druggist Trial bot tle free John Davis a prominent farm er was found dead in a woods lot near his home in Dyer county The body was buried at a depth fof 6 inch the skull was crushed as if struck with an ax Davis had been missing since last Fri day night and when he left home he had 155 with him When found this morning the money was missing and it is supposed he was killed for the purpose of robbery E- xWornenloclined to Constipation Women owing to their peculiar func tions are prone to constipation and many of their other ills are due to this congestion in the bowels which fills the permeatesthebreath bad complexion sick headache and such like ills are primarily caused indigestionWomen learn of a remedy that cures constipation and indigestion and that has such other ingredients as purify organsThis fortthemselves with this remedy for sixteen years and the offer of years ago still stands today thatyou buy Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin with the understanding that it will do as claimed or your money will be refunded especiallycause of its gentle but prompt action its pleasant taste and 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 in preference to any other laxative because it is guaranteed to dp 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 itcured her constipation and stomach trouble and recommends it to American womankind She is one of thousands who are loud in praise of it You who have never used it should begin to ny You will date your freedom from sickness the day that you start the use of Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin Your druggist will sell you a bottle under our absolute guarantee Those wishing to try Dr Cald buvJiaddressing the company This offer is to prove thatthe remedy will do as we claim and is only open to those who have never taken it Send for it If you have any symptoms of stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlest yet most effective laxative for children women and old folks A guaranteed permanent home cure THE PUBLIC VERDICTIINo Laxative So Good and Sure productIPEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Caldwell BIdg Montloello III AU notes and accounts owing me are Y011tso at once or you will receive a state meet tf W L Walker a J t 1 i l r f h frrl p4 L NFJ wvwl v2k l Ii Ij r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 7 J fE E IE m Iw A ftappy Th ud1hr = j Tto look for Floor Coverings at Kentucky Metropolis and Louisvilles Best Store j Hubbuch Brosis5 Centrally Located524 526 and 528 W Market street I 1 iirZ vii y 1 wOU are sure to find reliable qualities and prices and an assortment 7K r y1i that has no equal south of the Ohio river Our Carpet Floor4 xrx v zifeet by 128 feetis brim full of fine values and our modern display of K v CARPETRUGS ALL SIZES 360 different patterns will impress you xK oJ as to the of induced to visit this es XIN wnv vXJN iIC MX MX MX vvjVyJViiv1vvvvviv MX Mr MX MX MX MX MX I n 7C 7i 7ij 7 ij w VIv MX MX MX MX MX MX MX MX MX XMX rvwwv MX NIX MX MX SIX wriXIN 7 XIN XIN xK xK fi7N xTs 7K 7K xKTTK XIN XIN XIN xi 71C xK 7K XIN XIN V MX Rv1 v v m 7j IE Can furnish on short notice xK v JC j I BUILDING MATERIAL i171 of any description 7 71cv A full stock of Dressed Lumber on hands 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iere night after being in progress twelve days Messrs Miller and Blanken ship are iready to grind your corn i f r ij rt 1AT RESIDENCE 7i 7i vWrite for prices on i1C 6iNew Way Gas oline Engines Address Dept 7ftCarejst jw116 St square 2167 I4t iCwvvj W W nt7ii1Ctintmi ii CROCUSt Mlssnna is weekJJ A Summerville Greensburg a 3 Wednesday OfficeiC 71 I CIAj every Friday lEd Bradshaw Motnpelier and Eldridge Sanders Joppa attended meeting here Saturday night and SundayMr Kilpatrick has yarded his staves and will have the bucker moved soon Mr Owen Hayes made a business trip to Columbia Monday Born to the wife of Charley Collins 52th a boy Mr Ed Bennett and two or three of his children ias got the fever Rev G vR qel will preach here every seconds Sunday at 11 oclockRev James Sullivan will fSunday lf c f r RUSSELL SPRINGSJ Editor News r Since it seems to be the popular opinion that Russell Springs is not on the map any more I deem it my solemn and sacred duty to assure the public that Russell Springs is still here Frank Madis little daughter is dangerously ill Mrs Logan Wil son is recovering from a severe illness Miss Minta Wilson is also one of the unfortunates having been confined to her bed for a week or ten days Mr Robert Anderson a carpen ter working on the new brick building fell from a scaffold last Friday afrernoon breaking his collar bone but i s progressingi thanks to Dr Numerous citizens are suffering with New Mexico fever as a resnlt o f coming i n contact with Mr G A Kimble who Has lately retured from the infested district He tells wonderful sto ries of the fertile soil of New Mexico and the abounding opportunities there i We suggest that Russell Springs be quarantinedagainst to prevent the spread of the Mexico a fevertMr Kimble T G H a dl e y Jeff Bradshaw Frank James Grant Robt and Bill Anderson J P Jennings and others are seriously o considering trying their fortunes in the west amongst the greasersI very little of New Mex ico and its opportunities but I do know that a considerable percent of the poor people at present liv ing in this section would find it difficult to increase their economic difficulties My advice to all is to get a R home and keep it and if one can be had in New Mexico free it is much cheaper than to spend a life time toiling to secure one that will barely yield a living af ter it is procured He that owns his farm owns his job and it will be some time before trusts and monoplies can rout him and probably long before this is accomplished a system of justice will prevail in which life and happiness will not depend upon so precarious thing aSia Job I ISULPUUR VALE I Several from this place attended court last week Farmers are busy plowingoJ the future oat and corn crop The revival at 0 a k Grove C h u r c h conducted b y Revs Phipps Farmer and Chapel of Knifley closed last Wednesday evening with seven additions The meeting lasted ten days and great interest seem to be mani festedThe Lagrippe has gone and on and left most of its victims coughing some Several of our young people are attending the L W T Sat present and more will enter in the Springo Some plant beds have beeii burned the past week Miss Ida Bryant who Has been ffermg from a lame foot is im proving Mr Bi 1 Sapp of Knifley has qj S 0 moved to his fathers farm here A post office will be establish ed at E M Burtons stose on the Stanford Road in the near future We are not informed as to the name IRV INS STORE l Our farmers are taking advantage of the nice weather turn groud for corn crop The latest weddings are Harry Whittle and Miss Hattie Lawson Robert Bowmer and Miss Mary B King Miss Ada Wade who was attending school at Russell Springs is at home suffering with rheumatism We hope she can soon return to school RP Smith made a flying vis t to Jamestown Monday Dr Hammond wife son visited the formers parents last Sunday r Gracie the little daughter of Mr and Mrs W R Roy is very sick with meningitis Deputy Sheriff J K Butcher captured several boys Wednesday night who had been disturb ng public worship Jake always gets them Mr Murry Bradshaw who had stroke of paralysis is some bet but as he is near 84 years old his chance for recovery is not goodW H Hopper willS leave in a few days to teach out ouraionths f the school at Nancy The first teacher employed having quit after teaching two months DIRIGO The last few days have been a gentle reminder that winter is hereSeveral from this place have been attending court at Columbia- E L Hamilton Nell was at J Royse a few days this week Born to the wire of Melvin Petty on the 29th a girl Mother and child doing well J W Harvey and family A D Stotts and family are engaged- in making maple sugar They have been very successful so far and find a ready market at home for all their product at 15 to 20ct per lb for sugar and 1 to 150 per gallon for syrup OBITUARY On the 11th of January 1908 Mrs Amanda F Jesse wife of Rev H T Jesse a wellknown Baptist Minister died at her late home nearSparksville a victim of malarial fever and lung trouble She 54 old thelagethe Baptist Church and lived a consistent member until death She was sick 18 days receiving the closest attention She was a good woman a kind neighbor and just before she died she said the Lord would soon take her home She leaves a husband and six children eleven grand children six broth ers and three sisters and many friends who deeply feel their loss The family of the deceased de sire to return their grateful thanksforfavor shown f k C M WISEMAN SON I Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians 1 Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line IOposite Music Hall 132 W Market St Bet 1st 2d St Louisville Ky S D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices I am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE FROM COLUM IA ON DISAP POINTMENT I Coffins AND Caskets H I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short pro ts 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 Restaurant and Lunch Counter OTTO E YENT PropT502 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Opposite Court House Louisville Kentuckyl REGULAR MEALS 20c BEST COFFEE Dr Jas Triplett Dr J E GrantI Triplet Grant J Dentists Porcelain Fillings Somnoform Gas Resi K dence Phone 29 Offie Phone 402 Office in Jeffries Kentucky lDr 0 Hunbac Dentist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY I R WILMORE HOTEL w rtZLILzIOREPropr L J Table f qGoodFeed Stable- Reasonable 1 oII Rates GRfi YlIILL KY ii 2 tx i J-t 8 THE ADAIR dOUNTYNEWSI Y WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS I Weeks HappeningsNews Important or Otherwise as Report 3v ed By Our Corps of Correspondents GRADYV1LLE fy Senator Nell is at home fora few days Strong Hill the wellknown hardware man of Louisville was here Friday Messrs James Young and A Hunn of Columbia were in this community last week looking after cattle M Corbin and brothers of Sparksville were transacting business in our town one day last week Albert Parson was called to the bedside of his wife one night last week She was taken violently ill suddenly Mr J Trigg the up to date insurance man of Glasgow spent a day or so in our midst last weekDr W T Grissom of Columbia was called to the bedside of a very sick child of John Coomers one day last week Mr John Pulliam County Supenintendent of M e tc a l fe county in company with Mr Bryan a cousin of Billies our next President of Glasgow spent one day last week in our midst working life insurance Diddle Parson received nice lot of wheat last week from Will Garnett of Joppa Mr G T Flowers after spend ing a few days over in the state of Indiana returned to his home in our city last week Miss Annie Bradshaw one of the best teachers in the county has a very interesting school at this place with about twenty in attendance Messrs James Goff and Ed- Atkins two popular grocery me of Columbia were Wi hour merchants last week solictin orders Mrs W B Dulin in company wittiMiss Kate Smith is spending a few days at Canmer hav ing their eyes treated I v Mr W Cv Yates and wife and Miss Mollie Caldwell of Portland visited the family ofMrGHt Nell of our city last Saturday Mr Stapp of Montpelier spen a dator so of last week working on Diddle Parson saw Mr Stapp understands his business and done a good job Mrs J A Diddle spent a da or so in Columbia last week by the bedside of her son Charlie who has been confinedwith Tgrippe 4Last Friday and Saturday are noted to be the most disagreeable days of the season Mrs Goff of Columbia spent few days of last week visiting the family of Mrs A Hoy of this communityA We wish to correct a slight 2 error in our article of last week concerning the burning of Kelt ner brothers barn which stated that Diddle Parson lost 25 bushels of wheat and it should of been 250 bushels if Ifall the tobacco is raise during the year 1908 in this section that we hear the people itfalk of around the stores h rainy days there certainly will be a Jarge crop Some people Mir ril iflif i ftfla i Jfi i J that were never known to raise a chicken without it was off of some mans chicken roost is in the fight for tobacco this season Remember Prof John Pickett will sing at the Methodist church in our place on Saturday night before the 2nd Sunday in this month We are exspecting some good music every body invited to attend Died on the 24th of last month withaconplicaIa many years was a Christian in the truest sense and when the summons came he was only waiting He leaves a wife and one child with his father and mother and a host of friends to mourn his departure They certainly have the sympathy of this entire community in this their hour of affliction Owen Hardesty of Campbells ville was in this community last week buying hogs and cattle Geo H Nell is in Cumberland d county this week looking after cattle 9 WM Wilmore sold J S Stapp and son of Columbia 16 tons of hay last week I t VALLEYa r Mr Chapman Dohoney g Campbellsville was visiting here several days of last week Miss Lillian Jackman daughter of Mr Frank Jackman who has had pneumonia is improving slowly M Osborn Anderson of Fish tail Montana is visiting his sister Mrs J T Bumgarner Mnt Wednesday chilgd f this place An oyster supper will be given at the Masonic hall February 14th for the benifit of the Maccabee LodgeMiss Emma Thomas of Mill town was visiting her sister Mrs Ed Hancock last week McAlistetwere rel atives at Shelbyville last week On last Wednesday we were all invited to attend a dinner at the Wmyas are quite popular in our community thingshwe were in full Mrs Johnston passed the half century mark that day though she is quite young look ing and is enjoying the best o anamor- years s 4 ABSHER V Mr James Robertson has moved to the Morris farm near Cane Valley Miss Arva Cave is spending a MaryGabbert Roleymade reportedethe roads very bad and that the weather was worser r iV1 1 J j r f L i F Thieves visited the tobacco barn of Mr Lem Renfro a few weeks ago and took about 300 pounds Messrs W A Absher and James Robertson made a special trip to Campbellsville one day of last week Miss Susie Brockman and little granddaughter Lora of Pelly toriare visiting Mrs Owen Humphress this week Mr D P Rice and son Randal are confined to their rooms with lagrippe We are glad to know that Mrs Stephen Jones is improving fast and will soon be up again Thieves visited the saw mill of Cooley Bros and took several of their tools to the amount of 20 or 25Mr Wilson the produce man of Cane Valley was through this neighborhood gathering poultry at 7 cent The social at Delany Robert sons was largely attended All report a nice time Come again young folks and lets storm uncle Hooter We have been informed that the bridge near Watson needs some repair Mrs Zerilda Royse who was the wife of Jim Royse of Mis souri dieda short time ago She was a victim of paralysis and was very low for some time Mrs Rpyse was a sister of Delany Robertson She leaves a husband and six children to mourn her loss Mrs Royse was about 74 years old i PELLHAM Lagrippe is getting the best of the people in this neighborhood rstalkiof another wedding on PellIiJ 1rnMr Ruel Gabbell and Miss Mattie Young of Ozark were visiting Misses Myrtle and Katie Squires Saturday and Sunday Mr George Cundiff of Cane Valley was visiting Ernest Cun diff from Sunday until Monday Mr Lane Hartfield will move his sawmill to S E Squires and Perry Cundifjs farms next week Everybody wanting lumber saw ed come on with your logs Mr Rice of Holms visited Mr Rheu Squires last Sunday Mr Gibins bought a team of mules in Columbiafor two hund dred and fifty marerthe first of last week in Columbia for150jMr Jo Murray sold a bunch of hogs last week to Cabbell Bros at 5ct per head Henry Todd sold one horse IMr for 150 Mr James Suddarth bought twocalves from Loren Bradley for 16 also bought one from Mr Sneed for 700 fMr and Mrs oJ T Banks little fromeMessrs John Squires and Jas Suddarth sold a bunch oi cattle to Rice and Massey for 3ct per lb Mr Ernest Cundiff bought one calf from Sam Smith for 1000 Mrs Jeff Bumgarner and two daughters who went to Illinois three weeks ago returned last Thursday Have mode big reductions on men sand boys clothing over coats Call and see them and get a bargain tf W L Walker LosTAA scarf pinRewardJE Grant Columbia Kyv tILfr l jiiti i r V f 1 Woodson LewisA Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker p Birdsell Milburn = =Wagons I A car load o- fOliver Chilled Plows A car load of Disc Harrows f A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters andI One=Horse Corn Drills I Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green Rr Country ready for Spring trade i LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the LNR R Woodson LewisThe Merchant Qreensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to 1it A CarLoad of Wagonsa- nd o y jJ oam ready to Osupplythe public i If Also carry a complete line 44 of Machinery and Hardware t E J Iii Phelps = tJamestown Kentucky F I 000 000000000 V I we our attention to Sash Doors we are enabled to carry larger stockand better selection than othe house in the ouch your orders to the Quick I E L 44 ylSCi iT tF fk Jva i iI 4 3 I S T DOOR + areljis what By confining and a a any tSend Shippers HUGHES C01I- NCORPORATED t EXCHJSIVE SASHand 215 1 217 19 EMa inst i LOUISVILLE KY t t ff rt i 1Vj t