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I I I I t I f1iij ftebf unntp ttnje s VOlUMEXIH COLUMBIA A DAIR COUNTY KENTIJCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 2f 1908 NUMBER 141 GROWING IN INTEREST I The News Merit Contest To Four Young Ladiesrin Adair County First prize0 Ladies Gold Watch Second prize Gold Bracelet Third prize Gold Set Ring Fourth prize Gold Brooch Pin Contest closes Wednesday April 15th 1908 at 12 M Below is given thee TuesdayJennie 13360 Mollie Caldwell Portland 4180 Pearl Breeding Vester 3985 Mary Feese Cane Valley 3520 Nora Bradshaw Montpelier 3235 LuteConnor Glensfork 2625 Mary Hulse Columbia 2175 Nina Marcum Columbia 1275 Alice Walker Columbia 123 RubydFeffries Ozark 1000 Cora Smith Columbia 625 f Miss Mattie Thomas has received some votes but not enough to nomi nate FAYETTE ARTIST SOLD z I Young Coffee Chewning1 sold to W Sullivan of Green county their Beautiful youngsaddle stallion Fayette Artist for 600 This is one of the best young horses that ever entered Green county and if he is kept there will so prove it The sire of Fayttt Artist has made a reputation in the show rings throughout the country that few horses hi his class ever equal ed and in keeping with his great sire F yetteArtist is well up in points t of merit and if properly handled w- ilt make his mark high in the ap preciation of horse fanciers as well as prove a valuable asset to Green county He was shown at several fairs last year and has several blue ribbons to 4cifedit His only colt a weanling 4 belonging to Mr A S Chewning was i one of the best in the rings at the local fairs in this part of the state last year and was blued at every fair If like begets like the owners of Fayette Ar tist may well feel that they are in fine position to please and advance the interest of all who may want to raise fine saddle horses THE DURHAM PRODUCE COMPANY heDurham Produce Company was recently organized and incorporated under the laws of this state with a capital stock of 18000 and main office in Campbellsville displacing the S H Grinstead Company which was bought lout The incorporators are J R Durham C M Durham W M Jackson and J R Davis Campbellsville R H Durham J P Hutchison 0 B Hurt and James Garnett Columbia R B WilsonU Pomp Wilson Cane Valley J W Durham and Wood Lewis Greensburg J R Durham Campbellsville President R H Durham Columbia Vice President C M Durham Campbellsyille Secretary and TreasuryBranch houses will be maintained in Columbia Greensburg and Lebanon The charter permits the handling of all kinds of country produce bqt at pre sent poultry and poultry products will be the main line The gentlemen who compose this organization and who will be active in its welfare are men of ex perience and from the success hereto fore attained it goes without a quesjtion that every stockholder will realize a fair dividend We are informed by the representative here the Vice President Mr R H Durham tHat the highest market price will be paid for everything bought This Company was form ed to handle more Business to meet the growing needs of the country in which it will operate and not to take advantage of the people Gentlemen of The Durham Produce Company heres the good will of The News- MAKE HENS LAYNEW METHOD Various theories havebeen advanced for making hens lay in the winter time and while many may have stimulating effect yet so far as we have heard I jnost have come to naught But thelatest- f and most novel of all theories as well as the most successful is the one Mr James Naylor is now demonstrating ArJarge flock of hens may be seen on r t I aclingBelieving that energy is as well as the foundation of all good re sults Mr Naylor applies this theory to his hens an is thoroughly satisfied with the results Every morning he takes several ears of corn and ties them two or three feet from the ground but high enough for a hen to jump up and get a grain The flock gathers around this tempting bait and works with yimhand vigor until it is devoured This method was instituted a short time ago so we are informed and almost from the first hanging the eggs have been plentiful It beats any method yet reported and only takes a little time Of course any one who may desire to get eggs by the corn jumping process will not hang the corn in the front yard there is no use of intertaining the passers by with such commotion but eggs are delicious and bring a good price at this season of the year Nothing pays like energy A GOOD INDICATION The Standard Hardwood Lumber Companys mill at this place has been shut down for several months but it is nowrunning with a full force of hands starting last Monday morning This indicates that the demand for lumber in the East is getting better and it also has a local significance It requires quite a number of hands to rUn the mill and the weekly pay roll amounts to a good many dollars The company has over three thousand logs on the yard ai dit owns a great deal of timber yet to be cut It is very gratifying to the News to make this announcement and the P eo pIe generally throughout the county will hail th news with delight DON T LET YOUR STOCK OUT The Boar JJf Trustees of the Town of Columbia passedan ordinance the first Monday in this month which requires that all hogs stears horses cows calves mules and other live stock he kept off the streets and the Marshal lis required to empannel all stock run ning at large Cows giving milk are exempted between the hours of 6 a m and 6p m This ordinance is now en force and if the Marshal should get your stock it will cost you 50 cents to have same delivered to you Fair warn ingl NARROW ESCAPE Mr Stoolts who travels fot a patent medicine company made a narrow escape from a watery grave last week in attempting to cross Caseys Creek The stream was very full and Mn Stoolts undertook to cross in it a buggy and did succeed by hanging to the vehicle the horse pulling the entire outfit to Shore It is said that Mr Stoolts did not have a dry thread on him when he reached land and was almost frozen when he arrived at the first house CHANGED HANDS Last Friday Mr Ray Conover who was formerly connected with Russell Co in the mercantile business pur chased of Mr W R Myers his electric light plant consideration 2500 Mr Conover is a young man full of energy and his whole time will be devoted to the business He calculates in a short timeto put in additional power making the plant firstclass in everyparticu lar LEG BROKEN Mr Thomas McDermett who is employed on the farm of Mr Walter In gram Casey Creek this county met with a serious accident last Friday af ternoon He was out with a farm wagon and in some way his left leg got caught between a stump and the axle of the wagon breaking it below the knee Dr Gose was called and reduced the fracture r DIED On Tuesday the 4th inst rRlAnn Tabor who had been sick fdr a long time being a victim of consumption died at the fyjme of her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Brooks near Columbia i f 1 THIS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON The Marriage of Mr Melvin Con over and Miss Pearl Smith Will be Solemnized AT HOME OF THE INTENDED BRIDE This Wednesday afternoon at four oclock Mr Melvin Conover will be married to Miss Pearl Smith daughter ofMr and Mrs G A Smith who re side out Greensburg street a short dis tancefrom the The ceremony will neperlormed in a very impressive manner by Rev J C Cook of the Bap tist Church It willbe a very quiet affair only relatives and a few intimate friends will be present The attendants will be Mr Charlie Young and Miss EfSe Conover couplewilla reception will beheld The intended groom is one of Adair cpuntyVbest young men and has ma ny warm friends in the neighborhood where he grew to manhood There is not a better young lady nor one more deserving in Columbia than the intended pride She has a pleasing disposition and is a favorite with all her acquaint ances The News desires to extend its best wishes to this popular couple trusting that their plighted affections will continue down to good old age and that Father tine will prosper them in all their undertakings PAID LIST The following subscribers have paid sipce last issue J B Montgomery JW Tupman S A Epperson JA Black rCM Murrell J M Lester J A Willis Robt Reed Reed Miller Mrs Lou Miller S R Walker Roy Walker Mont Conover James N Murrell E A McKinley Tinia Campbell Mrs Amanda East W S Hurt H B Grid er J C Jones S R Wheat Mrs G F Downs Coy E Dudgeon P M Bryant C C Stephens J A Richards Curt Coleman Mrs John C Hutchinson Dr J A Yates J B Eubank W T Stephens Wesley Hubbard E E Per kins Adas McFarland Rena Coy S H Craddock W P Chelf Gus Jeffries D J Sherrill S F Eubank B N Smith R W Allen G R Squires J V White N R Waggoner Soloman Turpin Dr G T Simpson W D Grissom T L Higgenbottom S M Wilson John Walters L W T SI NOTES Miss Hallie Rogers is visiting at her home at Greensburg for a few days Miss Dimple Conover who was sick last Week is able to be back in school Misses Lena and Virginia Salmon vis ited at their parents near Bliss from Friday until Sunday Rev Tyler Wright filled his appoint ment at Mt Carmel last Sunday l Miss Barger visited her home near Joppa two or three days Rev Ceil Basham preached at Mill town Sunday night V Mr Dillon of Breeding visited our school Monday Rev Mont Murrell preached near Watson last Sunday Henry Shives after visiting several days at his home near Edmonton re turned to school Miss Katie Murrell has been sick for a few days On Saturday evening a public debate was given by the C D S and the F L S The Qi F L assisted with mu sic by Misses Eva and Annie Hodges a recitationby Miss Alma Kratzer and a journal by MisS Mabel Aktins JThe members of the young mens societies and their friends were their colors and much enthusiasm was manifested The subject was warmly discussed and the decision was rendered in favor of the FL SThe C D S was represented oy William Story and Harry Kingand the R LS by Elam Harris and Mont Murrell The subject discussed was Resolyed It- S I That politics are riot a desirable field for young men The C D S represented the affirmative and the F L S the negative with the result as above stated iCANDY PULLING On last Friday evening Miss Edna Lewis opened her doors to the young people of Pea Ridge the occasion being an old fashioned candy pulling It was a success in every particular as Miss Lewis entertainments always are After the candy was made and pulled the guests returned to the parlor where Lost Heir was played by a number of the party while the re mainderwere listening to rare music rendered by some of the most accomplished of the gathering Those pres wereMisses Mont Walford Mabel Atkins Carrie Walker Lina and Madga Rosen field Mamie Baker May Stults and Sue Baker Messrs R Y Hindman H T Baker and T E Jeffries NARROW ESCAPE Peter Garvin the delivery boy fo Young Bros came very near being kill ed or seriously hurt last Monday after noon He had gone up Burkesville street on horseback with several pack ages of goods Upon returning the horse came down the streetat a lively gait an d just before reaching th e square Pete was thrown from his sad dle his loot hanging in the stirrup He was dragged some distance the stirrup strap finally breaking and he was re leased with only slight injuries PREACHING NEXT SUND Y W H C Sandidge Union J F Roach Pierces Chapel- F J Barger Pleasant Hill H T Jessee Smiths Grove J C Cook Columbia J M Pierce Freedom- T J Wade Cane Valley J A Johnston Elroy M M Murrell Columbia- COMMISSIONERS SALE ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTKENTUCKY Hattie C Rowe c Plantiff Ben E Rowe c Defendant By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the January Term thereof 1908 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky t the highest bidder at Public Auction onMonday March 2nd 1908 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout bein County Court upon a credit six months the following described property towit AdalrCountycreek 1st tract contains 61 acres 2nd tract contains 35 acres These tracts will be sold separately For complete discription giving metes and bounds reference is made to Judgment record ed in order Book no 11 page 215 in the Adair Circuit Court Clerk office For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from day oj sale until paid and having the force and effectvof a Judgment H T BAKER Master Commissioner FOR SALE I have 10acres of land half m cultivation the rest in timber wellwatered a good 5room house good outbuilding a store house 22 by 46J feet with a stock of goods that will invoice from 1000 to 1200 Post office instore As good stand as can be secured in Taylor county Iwaiitto sell on account of my health Call or write me if inter ested in an investment of this kind 72m WT ELDER Atchison Ky The supper that was to have been given by the ladies of the Methodist Church on the evening of the 14th has been postponed Too much lagrIppeJn town I have a lot of mens and boys long Ulster overcoats that lam closing out at cost tf WL Walker 5l THE M F HIGH SCHOOL NOTES v I Cassius Cheatham is visiting his parents at Milltown this week Joe and Nell Miller visiter their pa= rents at Crocus from Friday till Monday 7 Mrs Grissom has recovered from an attack of lagrippe The game of dees has been the chief amusement this week The littletgirls as well as the small boys have had rings and found great amusement in it In doors and out at recess andfnoon there have always been heardHshouts and cheery voices over their play Mable and Ella Conover were away from school this week Rosa Conover and Mary Williams visited their parents this week at Mont pelier Miss Madge Rosenfield was away from school Thursday r James Shirley is at home with his parents this week v Mr Darnell was unable to teach Tuesday on account of illnessrrMiss Mary Williams petted back for a month She is not well and will recover entirely before returning A number of the pupils are still o absent on account of sickness Master Ralph Hurt was back Friday after a protracted spell of grippe Mr Joe Rosenfield is a newly enrolled pupilin the voice department The Chorus class will begin Wednes say its weekly rehearsals from two until four in the afternoon The Beethoven Club met at the usual hour Thursday A very interesting contest was introduced which was greatly enjoyed by each member Miss Betsey Hancock Being winner of the prize a musical magazine Mr R T McCaffrey one of the best sUrveyors that ever followed a line in this county is now in close touch with all who may need his services as he has recently had a telephone put in his residence This move is the right one and while convenient for Mr McIICaffree will likewise lie of great serv ice to the many in various parts of the county who need his services Touch the wire and soe with what of a suddenness he will act Rev J A Mooreman who is a Bible student in the LindseyWilson theoMethodist Church last Sunday fore noon It was his first effort though he had frequently made talks in the League wHe did not appear to be the I sermongan minister He was given close attention throughout his discoures William Herschel infant son of Mr and Mrs W R Walker died at Cleburne Texas last Friday evening He was a little over three years of age The parents have the sympathy of their many friends here in their bereave ment fOR S LEkrMi I will sell cheap a good horse and a good buggy If you want a bargain come at once Dr J E Grant 141t ai t 4ffl STRAYED V Two steers 1 a deep red other pale both dehorned will weigh 7 to 8 hmt Bred each Been gone about 3 weeks v Finder will be rewarded when the cat tie is received Notify Walter Smith 142t Cane Valley Ky a Miss Jocelyn Price who managed the Union Depot play at the Courthouse in this is now a teacher in the Scottsville High School Senoj can no longer be sold in Colum bia unless the vendors of the drink pay a license of 500 per year The law t went into effect last Monday Interesting letters from Bliss Russell Springs and Thurlow were received top late for this issue They will appear next week vj j i 0 I 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i r SENATOR NELLS OPINION representative of the News met Senator L C Nell at the Co lumbia Hotel last Tuesday evening The Senator had been out at Gradyville for two days and had come in to take the hack for Frankfort He stated among other things that the Representa tives and Senators were getting very tired of the race for United States Senator and at this time it did not appear to him that there would be an election From my personal knowledge of the Democratic Senators and Repre t sentatives said he I am fully convinced that Mr Beckham will not be elected In fact said he I am satisfied he is losing ground Continuing he said However there is no telling what might take place and my candid opinion is that if a Sena tor is elected it will be Bradley Naturally Senator Nell would thus think DESTROYED THE BED It seems that the tobaccogrow ers in this section are not safe as the following item taken from last Tuesdays Glasgow Times shows The gentleman who lost his tobacco plants is well known to a great many people I in Adair county The Times says Mr T W Dowell who lives on the Groves farm in Green county which he recently bought had just finished his plant bed on Monday of this week an awoke next morning to find it completely destroyed A post was driven in the center of it to which was tried a box of car tridges and plenty of matches As to who did the work Mr Dowell is somewhat at sea He had recently gone from Grady ville to Green county and it is evidence that somebody in those parts wanted him to raise on tobacco or else that night- riders are just extending their territory from the Purchase to Pennyrile Cummins Co have started1 r an Axe Handle Factory at Nell- this county They have re ceived about one hundre thous and handles in timber The mar chinery commenced moving last Thursday and the enterprise is furnishing labor handsrand will be the means of putting ja good deal of money in circula Ttion ALL THE NEWS At ore oclock on thfe morning of the 24th inst three hundre- and fifty men night riders all- masked rode into Dycusburg Cristtenton county and burned the tobacco factory of Bennett Brothers and also a distillery be longing to the same firm They v then shot up the home of Wil- Liam Groves who was foreman in the factory driven him from the building and when caught was Almost whipped to death Henry Bennett was also taken from his home and severely whipped anllleft bound to a tree r f1 S It is believed thata majority of the mob were citizens of Cald well and Trigg counties Indianas deligates to the Re publican National Convention are instructed for Fairbanks There is a fight on for Kentucky but it is generally conducted tha Taft will be an easy winner The closing day of th Kentucky Legislature will on the 17th of March St Pat ricks DayR Somerset is to have an up to date fire department The city council has ordered th purchasing of three horses an all necessary fire apparatus Harry Thaw who is now in an asylum in New York will prob ably be released in about four weeks Grover Grissom purchased from S D Barbee last Thursday the residence on Water Street in which the latter now resides for 1250 In the trade Mr Gris som conveys to Mr Barbee four work mules and a wagon valued at 700 The remainder 550 was paid Mr Barbee in cash Mrs Flora Chandler who was the widow of the late Morgan Chandler Campbellsville died at her late home in that city last Thursday night She wa a daughter of Mr Geo Borders who in the latter years of his life conducted a hotel in Camp bellsville The deceased was a lady highly respected She several children CdBaker will open a special term of the Adair circuit court At this session the case of Geo F Stul against J T Page etc and the case R N Wathan etc against W K Azbill will be tried Mr J T Corson and family former residents of this place but for several years have been making their home in Louisville are now residents of Campbells ville having removed to that city two or three weeks ago i There was but little busines transacted in the Metcalfe cir cuit court The Court is due tos sit two weeks but the business was closed at noon Thursday the first week Mr Claud Hurt who is a good business man and commands a number of friends is a salesman for Allen Walker Co If the persons who1 are being voted for in the merit contest expect to win they will have to hustle It is less than three weeks un gend erally a very disagreeable month Jamestown circuit court will open next Monday News repre sentatives will be in attendance The public highways are said to be in a very bad condition Suffering and Dollars Saved VE S Loper of Marilla N Y says I am a carpenter and have had mans severe cuts healed by Bucklens Arnica Salve It has saved me suffering an dollars It is by far the best healing salve I have ever found Heals burns sores ulcers fever sores eczema and piles 25c atfi E Paull Druggist J v t rfi h 4 STILL UNCAPTURED BUT- WORTH AN EFFORT It is an uncommon thing that a good man cook can be found the fact is that most men leave attaint ed by the ladies and not only withl attained but pursued and con I city He has for years given attention to making himself use ful to his mother in the kitchen and now he can getas good meal onlylsubstantials but the pastry as well The News man happened to see some of the delicacies pre pared by Mr Chewning a few t days ago and beyond doubt noI one could surpass them Mr Chewning is an unmarried man a true gentleman and a prosper ous business man Possessing the foregoing mentioned accomplish ment it is readily seen that some young lady should capture his heart and hand Help in the kitchen is a treat to allIf NEW ORDINANCES The Municipal Board of the theirsoffice last Monday evening all the members being present The following business was transacted ems ployed as city attorney the rock crusher was sold to Allen Walker for 1000 to be paid in crushed rock at 100 per perch Walker is to haul and place upon the streets isof the town but the board is to pay for the spreading of the rockAn ordinance was passed fix ing the license for selling senoj or any other kind of drink that willintoxicate at 500 per year Mr Sam Lewis is the author of this ordinance and it is known as the Lewis law The stock law remains prac tically the same ITS GOT OWL IN It Mr R H Price who but a few fleeting months ago set aside his blacksmiths tools armed himself with agricultural prosL perity and happiness on the products of his farm near Co lumbia was recently interviewed as to his knowledge and prefer ence for domestic fowls Mr Price showed no signs of love for geese ducks and turkeys but game evidence sf attachment for the faithful old hen whose products are so necessary for good and wholesome living As to the particular breed of chickens Mr Price states that his favorite kind is the Indian Game Cross ed with tHe Plymouth Rock the best all purpose chicken in the world so he said When asked what he thought of the Buff Cbachin his reply was as dxto dp with a chicken that has hair on its legs inritcertam r l tJGJ i 17 l HARDWICK Pres J H COCKE V Pres R H DIETZMAN See W T Pyne Mill Supply Co ESTA LISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 VIILtIs1At1ICsj 1TS lisTS I IIDEALERS IN I ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIRTeeNTHMftlN LOUISVILLE J Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK SOLICITED All Kinds of Machinery Repaired 1 I LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER PLASTER SMOKESTACKS Is a substitute for common lime mortar There is intelligent economy in the use of this material The use of common lime Imortar for plastering makes a weak and uncertain ceiling as it is li able 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 MANUFACTURED BY a Kentucky Wall Plaster CotBrook RiverBOTH PHONES 2267 Louisville Ky1 Also Operating HOOSIER WALL PRASTER PLANT Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 The Louisville Trust I Company Southwest fifth and J LOcrISvLLE Organized under h 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 Admin strator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every posi tion qf trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impartial and profitable management is guaranteed byits large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength I Jecuelefs and Opticians TetATCj4Es niIWo14nsJEIAtELcRY SIIiVE WARE mACjii GornerI r Eyes tested and Eyeglasses Pfopetfly pilled matches and Jemelfy Zeppived and Warranted cit Leonard J4cdetr 5011 356 Jefferrson sari 4th IiOUlSVlIiIiE I V r y r IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT CD tl THE RIGHT PLACE S r j Yfjft Seem Stpc of l t GENERAL MERCHANDISE 1s f i iodaee Wanted t W L SIMMONS l jcKHUMRLE KENTUCKY l JJl1Ir1 4 oor J1 0 f i fii l J i i r r r ot 7 rt t F THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 ii d f T1OBSONL ttas Eough t 0 J i1 ioriiei1 W t1e fen eL to fence injGrreen and Adair counties 4 t hi x 1 The Stay wireson this fence are so r attached that they can t slip on the t v Line Wires The Harder You Pull ti t the Tighter it Gets r i j I 1rJjt I Ir t t irr lI E11QTi IUu i lk Poultry fietting J to fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the two counties and don t forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper ad vertised in recent issues of The News I YYYYYYYYYYYr r ncYrrrr cr r cYrY7c7c c rrsr crra 0 f Fifth Avenue Hotel I PIKE CAMPBELL MG- Rr4 r Refurnished Redecorated and Re e t modled A Firstclass Hotel at Popu lar Prices Convenient to Wholesaleland Retail Districts W v Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE iFIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS Louisvillee e Kentucky t KIMBLE HOTELJ W KIMBLE PROPRIETOR e GOOD ROOMSI SOO PER DAY 4 WW 9 GOOD BEDS SAMPLE ROOM FREE w HFLIVERY AND FEED STABLE IN CONNECTIONY rrc rr cxsa errsr irrr rr rrmr rr rcYrr Yrrri RUSSELL SPRINGS KENTUCKY 444 o FRANK CORCORAN 8S IMhGrade 4 Marble Jr Cemetery work I j ofallkind US fTrade Adair and adjoining solicitedo Lebanon Ky 00w 4 QQ e s OO OO 000O o Qo o G J s Q f 8+ r40O4p 44e00O O O Guaranteed O jEnterprise Hotel CHAS E CANS BRO dropsO J MTEfc 100 PER DAY f 4 234 242 E Market St I Louisville r tpntucky i oom oo + o Granite 4 See before 4you buy1 from counties O Completely Renovated Throughout Absolute Satisfaction PRAYERS GRANTED c New York Feb 5For forty v years Adolphus Bennett and his f wife Mary Suydam Bennett b lived together in their house at the foot of Seventyninth street Brooklyn Yesterday the prayer of their later years was granted t and they died together No children ever came to bless them but as property around r the old farm rose in value rel atives and friends gathered around them and throughout that potion of the greater city their love and companionship because almost proverbial The increase in value of the old farm which has gradually given way to business buildings andresidences made them wealthy but they seemed to care nothing for that they were happy with each other and scores of times relatives and friends have heard them say that all they wished was that they might pass into the great unkown together Monday Mr Bennett came to New York to attend to some business and returned to his home late that night to find that his wife had been suddenly taken ill Doctors were summoned but the illness an attack of apoplexy proved fatal When he was told that his wife was dead Mr Bennett retired to his own room and his voice was heard in fervent prayer When relatives went to his room after the sound of hisvoice had ceased they found him dead his prayer answered Death was due to shock the doctor said but iti came as he had always wished it say his relatives u GREATEST LUMBER CUT More lumber was cut in the United States last year than in any other year in its history The enormous amount of 37550 736 board feet was produced and the mill value of this was 621 121388 In addition there were produced 11858260000 shingles valued at 24155555 and 3812i 807000 lath valued at 11490 570 On the whole it is safe to say that the present annual lum ber cut of the United States appaoximates 40 billion feet and that the total mill value of the lumber lath and shingles each year produced is not less than 700000000 The4 fi gures give some idea of how vast is the lumber industry and how great is thejlemand for its products A glance at the kinds of lumber produced shows very clearly b the passing of white pine and oak one the greatest softwood and the other the greatest hard wood which the forest has ever grown Since 1899 the cut of white pine has fallen off more than 40 per cent while that of white oak has fallen off mores- than 36 per cent Today yellow pine leads all other woods in amount cut while Douglas Br and this will be a surprise to zany comes second Since 1899 the cut of Douglas fir has increased 186 per cent Louisiana- is the foremost yellow pine State with Texas Mississippi and Arkansas following in order Washington produces by far the greatest amount of Douglas fir A comparison of the lumber producing States shows that since 1899 there have been many changes in their relative rank Washington which in 1899 stood sixth now leads while Wisconsin which eight years ago led all others is now third In the same period Oregon Louisiana Miss issippi Idaho and California 1 made great strides as lumber producing States though on the other hand the amount produce d in Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota Georgia Kentucky Tennes see Missouri Indiana and Ohio fell off anywhere from 29 to 54 per cent The highestpriced native woods are walnut hickory and ash and the cheapest are larch and white fir From the fact however that since 1899 the average increase in the price of lumber has been 49 per cent it will not be long before cheap woods are few and far between Fires upon the lumber cut of the United States in 1906 are contained in Circular 122 of thet Forest Service which can be had upon application to the Forester U S Department of Agriculture Washington D C LOOK ON TiE BRIGHT SIDE If people would only get into the habit of looking at the bright side of life rather than its darker aspect this world would mighty soon be the pleasantest of places live in The optimist is the happy man What is more to the purpose the optimist sees the world correctly while the pessi mist makes for himself a distort ed image of it For it is absolutely not true that ever man has his price that honesty is a matter of opportunity and that selfishness is the underlying motive of every human action The cynical sneer is a lie as to the great majority of mankind The average man honest helpful and humane The world grows better everyday We can help its progress by discouraging the cynics we can help it even more by abjuring cynicism and pessimisn on our own part When we realize as a fact rather than as a theory that man is theimage and likeness of God we shall realize from that 1 very fact that mankind cannot be hopelessly depraved It is an Omnipotence to main tain that any of his creatures cane without the redeeming rem nant of righteousness E Town iNews Vv The Jumping off Place Consumption had me in its grasp and 1 lad almost reached the jumping off place when I was advised to try Dr Kings New Discovery and I want to ay right now it saved my life Im provement began began with the first bottle and after t one dozen bot tIes I was dwelland happy man againlJsays Geo Moore of Grsmes ldNC Asa remedy for coughs and colds and healer Hof weak sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia New Discovery is supreme 50c and 1 at T E Pulls druggist Trial bot tie free POINTS FROM THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE Our effort is simply to enforce t the principles cf common honesty and common sense It would indeed be ill for the country should there be any halt in our work If it were true that to cut outV rottenness from their body politic ment a momentary check to an unhealty seeming prosperity I shouldnot for one moment hesif tate to put the knife to the cor ruption We attack only the corrupt men of wealth who find in the purchased politician the most 1 j efficient instrument of corruption V and in the purchased newspaper I the most efficient defender of corruptionThe which is hurt by the movement for honesty is the kind of business which in the long run it pays the country to have hurt When we are able to put the real wrongdoer in prison this is what we strive to do this is what we have actually done with some very wealthy criminals who moreover represented that most baneful of all alliances the alliance between the corruption organized politics and the corruption r of high finance DYCUSBURG Dycusburg made its appearance on the map at an early hour on the morning of February 4 1908 Before twentyfour hours had passed the name if not the fame of Dycusburg had been carried by the gossiping wires from Portland Me to Portland Ore from HellforSartin to Po dunk 0 And for this undreamed of publicity Dycusburg has to thank a volunteer organization of some seventyfive gentlemen who thought nothing of the hardship of a night ride of fifty miles in order to give to Dycusburg a place of prominence in the public Great undertakings cannot be accomplished without sacrifice and the sacrifice was not all on the part of the riders A large proportion of the dwellers in Dy cusburg two in number offered their bared backs to the contact ofthorned switches a tobacco factory was sacrificed to the fire god and every home in the hamlet now bears the marks of the thebhymn of Dycusburgs introduc AndfrDycusburg paid the freight There was nothing else for Dy cusburg to do- Incidentally though of some consequence Kentucky is again advertised far and near as a State in which the laws are impotent and life and property the plaything of those who enjoy such pastime The members of the tobacco growers pool are no whit nearer the sale of so much aVone additional pound of tobac co and there is at large and un punished in Western Kentucky another band of men prepared at first opportunity to engage in or anized arson arid assassination Kentucky is paying around price for its tobaccoLouisville Times E oI4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i ht dni Q1 1tutul W1t Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County News Company I INCORPORATED CHAS HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second last mailratter WED FEB 12 1908 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States SenateGov J C WBeckham The killing of Judge James Hargis last Thursday by his son irwas received throughout the State so far as we are able to learn with muchregfet Not withstanding the fact that Mr Hargis has been prosecuted for murder that deep down in the convictions of the great majority of the people he was guilty yet Kentuckians do not indorse r even findjan excuse t6 justify his takingas it happened Had he fallen before a common en emy had he succomed to his foe in mortal combat the deep reI gret would not have been so prevalent but to be the victim of his own son a wayward youth and without provocation struckthe people generally with honor At apy rate one of thei most prominent figures of that part ofthe State Has passed away For several years he had been involved in trouble andv contributed largely to the unsav orylreputation of his sectiona reflection on the fair name of theq Statebut his passing from the scene of actionat an unexpected time by an unexpected party J Jwill tend to draw the veil over his misdeeds and bring to light to public view some of his vir tues Judge Hargis a mountain unrelentz ing to an enemy with a master iii mind and a powerful willmade no compromise with a foe but characteristic of the people of his section he met force with force an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth The wife of the dead nan the mother of the slayerGod pity her in her ter rible mental agony She has made her mind tp stand by the x living and Jdo all she can to free her boy No truer saying was ever said Theres no love like a mothers love Nearly every mail from the West brings renewals and ccm plimentaryNexpressions for the J News both being highly appre ciated One absolutely essential J to its eaistence the other stim ulating to its enthusiasm Com r bone payment with freewill ap proval of effort and worth and that is all that any publisher can hope or expect and when both are liberally and promptly contributed those responsible for the general appearance and- worthof a Ibcat PaPer wilInotbejt U I j rTi l slothful but active and progress ive The News has had all the while an intense desire to give good service to its many patrons in every way especially in its reports of local happenings it is still in the faith and riot unmind ful of its duties and responsibil ities to all who support it and to the section which it represents In its performance of duty true it has been the subject of crit icism as well as praise and in ac knowledging its appreciation to the many who are sending in re mittances and words of cheer and good will it is forgiving to the few who meet it with a frown and a grumble for they know not what they do- a Every Democ at who wants strictly a conservative for the Presidential contest ought to fa vor the renomination of Judge Parker of New York The News wants a running Dem ocrat and that manes W J Bry an who will put more life and en thusiasm in the campaign than any man and will win the race next November The Nignt Riders are still ply ing the torch using the lash and terrorizing When or how Nit will end no one knows No rightthinking man can endorse such methods and every true and loyal citizen of this State deeply regrets such lawlessness but the powers that be are un able to cope with the situation The Republicans are getting busy in a number of States and no one seems to have a walkover for the Presidential nomination but the one who will get it will only have a running chance to be elected Can any enterprising man in Adair county take a five mile drive on any road in the county and feel that this is the best spot on the globe JUDGE JAMES HARGIS He is Murdered by ills Only Son Five Bullets Piercing leis Body Stoleri Revolver of the Parent the Weapon Used by the Wayward Son RESULT OF A QUARRELI v Jackson Ky Feb 6 Special to Courier Journal Former Judge James Hargis was shot and almost instantly killed by his son Beech Hargis a few minutes before 3 oclock I this afternoon The murder was as deliberate and cold blooded as was ever 9 committed The tragedy occur red about 245 oclock this afternoon andjwas witnessed by several of the clerks and a number of customers who were making purchases at the time The newsxsoon spread over town and in a quarter of an hour the streets were filled with the excited and horror stricken people who stood around in groups discussing the awful deed Judge Hargis was killed with his own pj 1l a Col slt ve- s e i rbt J f11 jf U rs which Beech stole yesterday from a drawer in the store where it was usually kept A few min utes before the murder Judge Hargis was walking around in the store chatting pleasantly with his customers while at the time his son Beech was ina pool room a block away down the street playing pool Miss innecharge of the womens dress goods department says she no ticed Beech Hargis come into the front door of the store where she was waiting on a customer and take a seat directly in front facing the door She noticed that andsthat in a very few minutes he arose and walked over next to the counter At that time she ajid the woman she was waiting on walked onthrough the arch way into the other store leaving Judge Hargis James Brophy and another clerk a customer whom Brophy was waiting on and Beech Hargis In the drygoods de She had scarcely Preached theSfiring began The others who witnessed the shooting say that Judge Hargis walked toward his son and said somethingto him and the boy at once drewthelpistol and com mencedjfiring emptying the con tents intohis fathers body Af ter he drew the gun and began shooting Judge Hargis caught hold of him and in an effort to disarm him the young desperado threw his coat over his fathers face and thus blinding him Pum reu volver into his fathers body one of the five shots taking effect be low the nipple three in the abdo men and one in the leg June Jett was at the desk making an entry When he heard the report he rushed in reaching the wounded man in time to catch him just as he slid down by5 the counter to the floor Judge Hargis said to him in a deathly whisper Mercy I am killed and called for aid l These were the only words he spokeV Dr Kash arrived and di rected removal oi the wounded man to his homeHe expired as they were carrying him in less than ten minutes after the shooting Deputy Marshal Govan Smith and Grover Blanton who arrived on the scene immediately after the shooting arrested young Hargis and took him to jail He fought like a maniac on his way and had to be taken by sheer force y Only l st week young Har is was drunk and threatening to start a rough house inIJackson When Judge Hargis remonstrated with him he drew his pistol on his father audgeHar gis thereupon knocked him down and took his pistol away from him y s That night the young man de clared to some of his companions in a dive in tHis city that by this time next week either he or his father would be in the bottomless pits of hell believeHIm N NN N NN N e4 1 NN I The Carnptellsville i i IVTaehine Shop i reHandles Heavy and Light work Boilers rem odd led and all Boiler repairs made Heavy and Light Forging of all Binds done Engines and other mac naryrebuilt V e doneby Mechanics who knowhcfwi Try ifs rkisi CstQpbellsville K ntaeky + r so o o o e V + e e- y ed that he was a marked man but of course had no idea that he would be killed by his own son He was in Louisville a few weeks ago and purchased his coffin leaving orders that it was to be shipped to his family when need edrIt js reported that 5000 people attended the funeral of the dead Judge v ROY Our merchant George Redman is having a lively trade now On account of the bad weather the farmers of this communi ty is not doing much towards farmingOur merchant J H Stephens but now a citizen of Russell county was at this place a few days ago on business Singing at White Oak the 3rd Sunday evening everybody in vited Rev C M Deener filled Rev WB Caves appointment a t Providence Sunday Mr C F Breeding is still log in Russell County gEdgar Royse of the L W T S was at home with parents over Saturday and Sunday Mr B T Evans of Edith was here a few days ago looking after cattle BRYANTS STORE Mrs Fanny White who has been sick with grip is better Mrs S W McKinley has been suffering with her eyes for sometime Mrs Edna Bryant met with a serious accident one day last week her foot slipped and she fell stricking her head against a large block She was uncon scious for a while but has about recovered Albert Bryant Luther Young and Robert Baily are absent from school on account of sickness Mr Silas Combest who lost his dwelling by fire last Sat r day night is preparing to rebuild His neighbors are assistingaridI in a short time he v toygo to house keeping V JOPPAI l k Quite a lot of sickness in this vicinity Mrs Fanny Willis is quite sick with Lagrippe Mrs W W Brockman who has been confined for the past six weeks is improving Rev J G Cook preached a very interesting sermon at Zion last Sunday Mr Dave Willin has about recovered from a very vsjrore attack of Lgjar 4 i IMz c GeorgeP well et1 1rar1tk Aft t i J11 i I r i WANTED i- 1 700 LIVE t FOXES I eQ n RE and GRAY EALTHY good condition not e crippled q Will pay 200 each for RED FOXES 125 eachii for GRAY FOXES q Will pay e above prices at your express office or any mail carrier com i o ing into Campbellsville Ky ee when crated light and safe + e with new tin cup for water Never use an old tin can as the rust kills them ft Feed + them chicken fresh beef or rab bit no salty food fjf I will pay more alive than fur dealers e+ for skins cj Write me e iabout how many you will able ito get q NO CRIPPLED FOXES WANTED q Foxes may be de iJjvered at the following places 1Cooley Bros Absher L R Chelf Kniflcy tT H SRags Mac Reed Miller Columbia S S Goode Casey CreekIfob Wilson Cane Valley tGreensbur IWTllODGENIo BOX 232 1 N NNEl- y had his dwelling consumed by fire is preparing to to erect an other one Mrs G N Coe of Creelstoro r and Mrs H V Hurt were at the bedside of their mother Mrs W W Brockman last week rvfi OBITUARY 4 Fannie N Dohoney was born Dec 17 1888 Professed religion at the age of 15 in a meeting at Milltown held by Rev Thomas DohoneyJan 25 1908 Her death from pneumonia came as a shock to her family and friends but it found her ready and waiting for the call She talked as calmly about dy ing as she would about any ordi nary masters Her great concern was about tHe livingthat they get ready to meet hr in heaven She said If my time has come I am ready to go Thus fdithfuIvifEidutiful a friend jffow hard it is when the home tobow tion to Gods will but we should remember that heaven is the richer for our loss her funeral was ttownfttattt utZt 1 T rI iI THE ADAIR COUNT NEWS 5 TheNewsMcr1t ontest r t Be up arid Dong and Cet aJi Valuable Prizei 2 On the 15th day of April 1908 The News will give to FOUR YOUNG LADIES IN ADAIR COUNTY the fol t f lowing premiums To the one receiving the largest number ofvotes as below statedj A Beautiful Gold Watch To the second Irtj1A Gold Bracelet IrthrII 20 year guarantee Elgin Movements An ThirdA Set Rimk Brooch I Conditions of ContestII For every dollar on Subscription whether to settle arrearage or to ad J vance Subscription 25 VOTES WILL BE ALLOWEDv For every New Subscriber 100 50 VOTES For less than a dollar a vote for cent whether new or old subscriber i FIVE HUNDRED VOTES WILL BE REQUIRED to place anyone in nomina f tion after which any of votes will he accepted and placed to her credit No one directly or indirectly connected with The News will be admitted toIthe Contest The name of every contestant and the of to her credit will be published week so any one who desires may keep up with the con- testjv te The ballots will be filed away and in the event of a close finish will be pro I duced to anyxd6ubts I J No one connected this office will espouse the cause of anyone contestant I 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 tiNews 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 NEWSfjFind enclosed which place to the credit of v kt IJi I on Subscription and give Miss 9 Y I r V l3Votes Yours truly x r r i N I I i I f li r U PERSONAL JLI Mr Horace Walker is on the sick list tiMr J S Stapp is in Dalhart Texas Mrs JD Lowe was on the sick list last week r Mrs J T Goodman is quite sick with pneumonia Mr Geo Rosenfield has been sick for the past weekIMr J Q Alexander was here the first of thef week r Senator L C Nell spent two days of i last week at home Mr WG Clelland ebanon was here a few days ago Miss May Stults is confined to her home with lagrippe Mr John N Murrell has beenquite feeble for several daysV Mrs W C Murrell has been quite sick for the past weekI Mr C JLi Foster of Lexington was r hereone day last week v Mrs Geo K Coffey and two of her children were sick last week IIMr Ed N Caldwell of Glasgow 0SPWlt a day in Columbia last week Mr Preston G Rowe Niles Okla is visiting relatives in Adair county Dr Loren Williams of Glasgow is here to be with his father a few days Miss Katie Murrellwas taken ill last Thursday nigh but she is about well i again l Eld Z T Williams is quite sick with pneumonia but his condition is not alarming i M sra 1 Wit A Coffey and G ty staples spent a day 01 two ofIlast week lD1cUAlO rt n i J v case I accurate time keeper i Beautiful I A Gold paid paying each number exact number votes each satisfy with Gov J R Hindman and Hon Jas Garnett spent a few days of last week in Frankfort Mr J R Smith and Mr B H Gil pin Campbellsville were here last Thursday nightIMrs Frank Sinclair Misses Mattie andJSusie Sinclair were lagrippe sufferers last week Miss Julia E bank after being sick a week was able to be at her place of business last Thursday Mr King Crenshaw of Metcalfe county tis visiting his brother Dr S D Crenshaw near town Dr W F Cartwright who was on the sick list last week is now able to meet hisprofessionalcalls Miss Jennie McFarland who has been on a visit to Somerset and Rowena re turned home last Thursday Mr J D Walkers whole family have areamuch improved at present MrsG R Shelton returned from BowlingGreen and other points in Kentucky the first of the week Mrs F J Barger whose home is a short distance from Q own is recovering from a two weeks spell of illness MasterCecil Herman of Pensecola Fla reached Columbia last Friday night to enter the Lindsay Wilson He is a nephew of Mrs E G Atkins Mr John McFarlandf of Upwena was called Friday to the bed side of his daughter Mrs T J Goodman who is suffering with a severe case of grippe Mr Dave Willin who lives in the Joppa country is confined to his bed with a fever He was on the grand jury at the term of circuit court just closed and was taken siqk while here Miss Jennye McFarland reached home Toursda phi htaftera three weeks visit with relatives in Rowena Burn I side and Somerset Her trip up the Cumberland on the Streamer was es pecially enjoyable Mr Charley Mitc ell who lost his wife last week and who came to Columbia with the remains is sick with pneumonia at the residence of his fatherin law Mr Tim Collins The desease de veloped a few hours after he reached this place He was too sick to attend the burial Mr Creed Haskins Campbellsville whose illness we reported two weeks specialistcase and after making an examiation said he could see no reason why Mr Haskins could not recover Dr J B Buchanan whose reputation as a physician is second to none is in charge of the casetLOCALS J Columbia Lodge No 96 Fand A M will meet in regular convocation next Friday night WANTED We will pay 60 cen s f shelled corn in groceriesmeat flour sugar coffee etc I ALLEN WALKER Co 133t FOR SALE OR RENT iA six room cottage on Frazer Avenue for sale or to rent Apply to J O RUSSELL fOR SALE iti Baled hay near my EXcl nge- 134t q B Smith Columbia Ky I LOSTAscarf pin Reward J E Grant Columbia Ky All notes and accounts owing me are now due and JL need the money If you have not settled your account please do so atkmce or you will receive a state ment tf W L Walker v FOR SALE q Eight threeyearold mules ready to work W T Dohoney 142t Columbia Kyb STOCK ITEMS 000 A S Chewnmg sold to Sullivan Lowe a sorrel Stallion Fayette Artist 600b00 0 D E Sharp sold to Arthur Stanton 1 cow for 27 also 1 hog for 4 cents per poundFelix cor 000 Robert 0 Keltner bought a milch cow from S Tarter for 20 Selby Tarter sold L C Hindman a nice bunch of hogs last week at satisfactory pricesnGradyville cor 000nW T Dohoney sold a pair of mules to Sam Hartfield for 275 Also a pair to Arthur Taylor for 230 and one pair to W G Johnston for 250 1000- Mr Jake Gabbert bought of Sam Bryant one cow for 120Bryants Store cor DIRIGO Snow rain and mud are the or der of the day Selby Royse and Asa Strange have returned home They visited Glasgow Jeffersonville etc instead of Oklahoma Elders Chadwick and Bogley Mormons paid our section a visit first of the week They preach ed once at Breeding and once at Independence school house while in this part of the country Edgar Bradshaw Montpelier was here a few days ago Another Democrat has been added to the citizenship of Adair county His name is Earl Epper son Campbell He has been stop ping at the home of your report er since vTursday the 6 inst Hiram Stotts did business a Amandaville last Tuesday Walter Bennett Lebanon Junction is visiting his aunt Mrs J W McClister this week Miss Bertha Page Spaksville is spending a few days with he Uncle Hiram Stotts Rev Pennycuff r a Methodist divine from Casey County ha just closed a two weeksseries o meetings at Greenbriar J G Campbell visited relatives at Gradyville Thursday and Fri day J v COBURG The young folks of thiscom munity held a social at the hom of Chester Sublett Saturday night rMrs J V Sublett who is tem pbrarily loccated at Cane Valley former children to attend school visited her old home from Friday to Sunday The indications are that the lamb crop for this season will be short Most all sheep raisers through this section have lost lambs A number of farmers in the Cane Forkcou ntrY are throwgh breaking for their coming crop s of corn Plant beds have been burned and every thing is in readiness for a seige of bad weather r Wednesday night at 10 oclock at her home near Haskins ville Mrs Eliza Hartfield nee Corneli son died of pulmonary trouble She had been sick for several months and her death was not unexpected She leaves a hus and and two little children who have the sympathp of the corn munity Considerable sickness prevails through this section lagrippe eing the prevailing desease r en PELLHAM r People in this vicinity are suf fering with gripp Mrs Bessie Banks of Absher been confined to her bed at er mothers Mrs John Cun duffs for the past two weeks with toncilletus and Dr GrisI s sam had to lance her throat twice Mrs Barks is some better at this writing Mr George Todd and sisters are all down with the grip f Mr W F Squires and daught er Miss Kate were in Cane Val ley Tuesday Mr Perry Cundiff happened- to bad luck One of his good horses was kicked by another horse hurting him very badly While cutting logs for Perry Cundiff last week Mr Bill Hood fell off the log striking the saw with his right leg between the knee and ankle causing a very bad cut Mr Hood will be confined to his room for awhile but we hope he will soon be all right Last Tuesday while hauling wood Mr Sam Hopkins was working a yonrig team of mules and some timber men felled a tree and the mules scared and began to run and Mr Hopkins ran and took holof their bridlesJ threwthim under their feet and went at break neck speed running the wagon loaded with wood over Mr Hopkins breast hurting him very badly Mr Vester Murrell hearng his cry for help was the- r first to get to his relief tLast Thursday Messrs Frank Burton attempted to Russellfwas washing the occupants out tak ing the buggy and mule down stream a hundred yards or more Had it not been for Mont Murry of color the mule would have drowned he having a boat and went to the mule where it and the buggy had lodged in a tree headeup until he could cutthe harness I off and it came to the bank Now talk more about our bridge Dont we need one before some one gets drowned Keep Open House Everybody is welcome when we feels good and we feel that way only when our digestive organs are working prop erly Dr New Life Pills regu late the action stomach living and bowels so perfectly one cant help feel ing good when he uses these pills 25c at T E Paulls Druggist r Have made reductions on mens arid boys lotbingovCrcoafs Call and see them and get a bargain tf WL Walker 1 i l I I t i1 d T r 6 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS NEW AND IMPORTANT The following items were com piled by the Elizab e t h t o w n News Henry Watterson says hey makes 25000 a year Oklahoma has passed a law prohibiting smoking cigarettes Sunday saloon closing will be the issue in the Chicago election in April Col Thomas Lawler former head of G A R died at Rock port Ill Japanhas taken over and will operate all the railroads in the kingdomSix were killed in a cy clone at Wesson Mississippi and six others injured Friday tThe Fairbanks boomers seem to have captured the Third Con igressional district Following the assassination of the King and Crown Prince Portugal is on the eve of a rev olutionThe Ministerial Association of Louisville has asked the Legisla ture for an act prohibiting Sun day theaters The weather bureau at Louis ville reports the average temper ature for January 1908 to be low er than January of last year James Robertson a famous old showman is dead at Cincinnati at the age of ninetyeight He was a brother of John Robertson Capt C G Smallhouse a prominent Bowling Green banker died suddenly at El Paso Texas while on his way to Arizona on businessThe Presbyterian church in Louisville was destroy ed by fire Saturday The lossI was between 60000 and 70000 The church was organized in 1836 Riley Allen and James Dula jiey had a street duel at Mayfield yesterday Allen was shot four times and may die Two by standers were slightly wounded In Morganfield every man and woman in the city has been sum moned before the grand jury to tell what they know about the violation of the prohibition law and gambling Dr Wm Irvine the well known pastorof the Presbyterian church at Bowling Green has accepted a call at Greenwood Miss and will leave in a few weeks Fifteen hundred tobacco far mers heard the joint discussion at New Castle and as a result are about equally divided on theJ proposition whether a tobacco crop shall be planted or not this year 4rHANGED MAN IS ALIVE v ArdispatchfromBristolTenn j s says According to a report received t v today from Greendale there is good authority for the statement that Noah Fulton hanged at Ab ington Dec 13 for killing Johnson is still a1iveAlthughprd r pounced dead it is stated that Fultons neck was not broken by the fall When life was sup Your PassingI ShadowJ24 I posed to beextent the body Was given to relatives who hurriedly left for their home near Green dale The man has since been carefully nursed according to the report Tand is now in fairway t to recover The matter is being investigated The Allen County Times TIPS TO HUSBANDS Always complain of being tired andremember that no one else gets tired Your wifeshould have every thing in readiness for you but you should not do anything for herWhen your wife asks you for a nickle ask her what she wants with it and when she tells you ask her if she cant do without it Then go down town and spend ten times the amount for cigars for they are a necessity- Go down town for an evening stand around on the street cor ners and talk politics its more interesting than to stay at home with your family Charge your wife not to gossip but you can spin all the yarns you wish Have your wife get up and make the fires but dont get up yourselfuntil the rest of the family are eating breakfast as you might take cold Wear old clothes and make yourself as untidy as possible until your wife s health begins to fail then it would be best for you to fix up some for in all probability you will want another when she is gone Have a smile for every body you meet but get b a frown on be fore you go home In the death ofC W Dixon of Woodsonville Hart county aged seventyseven years some strange facts are revealed It can truthfully be said of Mr Dixon that more than halfof his life was spent in darkness and almost solitude Over forty years ago he suffered a suntroke from which he never recovered Since that time he has never ventured from the house when sun was shinning and at ever at night during a full moon without carryingan umbrella over him to protect him from the moon beams So seriative was he to light that he could not turn his face toward an open door or suffer clamP to be lighted in hiss presence 4 Seep 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 stomach living and bowels so perfectly one cant help feel ing good when he uses these pills 25c at T E Paulls Druggist 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 disorder of which has caused your womanly troubles The right remedy foryouwhen you have headache backache nervous spells dragging pains Irregular functions etels Win or CarduiI Mrs R H Lawson of Sprott Ala writes I suffered with female troubles for 12 years tried 4 doctors they didno good so I took Wine of Cardui I have taken 18 bottles5eel greatly relieved and am better than in 20 years Sold by all reliable druggists in 100 bottles Try It WRITE US A LETTER d 1rlITl Mjlf F7S ONLY A SUNBEAM Only a sunbeam Yet perchance it has pierced some wretched abode gladdened some stricken heart or its golden light found its way through the leafy branches of of some wildwoods kisses the moss covered bank where the tiny violet grew and caused shades of beauty to adorn its lovely form Only a gentle breeze But how many aching brows Bath it fanned how many aching hearts cheered by its gentle touchr Only one stray bullet that pierced the noble soldier boy as he trod the lonely midnight round faithfully guarding the precious lives intrusted to his keeping and the life blood slow ly ebbed out and the sunbeam fell on the cold face of the dead Only a drop of ink And yet it carried the news of death to anxious ones at home and caused the tear of anguish to trickle down the furrowed cheek of a widowedmoth r Only a frown But it left a sad dreary ache in that childs heart and the quivering lips and tearful eyes told how keenly he felt it- Only a smile But ah how it cheered a broken heart en gendered a ray of hope and cast a halo of light around the unhap py present made the bedridden one forget its present agony for a moment as it dwelt in sun shine of joy and lived in the warmth of that smile Let us all increase our giving of smiles during 1908 They cost nothing and are of untold value especially in the Home Circle WHERE THE CHANGES COME We often hear some neighbor say Things were not that way theyIhave changed but ourselves Our prim and precise aunt may make a fuss because niece strolls s down to lovers lane in the Sum mertwilight but all the same she would have jumped at the chance to do the same thing thirty years ago When he came along she went Mother grumbles because we sit out on the porch and talk a littte late but she forgets how the old man used to call her down good and hard because dad stayed pretty late when he wa sparking her We think the circuses arebummer than they used to be and the clowns are not half as funny But they are The Winter gets as cold and the Summer just as hot The flies are just as thick and the mosqui toes bite just as hard About the only difference is that in write today for a free copy of valuable 6pa2e mustrated 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 fIt days ofour youth we didnt have troubles Now do weExMany men are said to be self taught No man was ever taught in any other way Do you sup pose a man to be a bucket to be hung on the well of knowledge aI tion ofjhis own faculties There are aids to variousb kinds but no matter how many of these aids a man may be sur rounded by after all the learn ing is that which he acquires himself Whether he is in col lege or out of college in school or out of school every man must educate himself And in our times and in this community every man has the means of doing it HOLMS Farming is going slow at pres ent the muchbfrozen to plow G A Bault has burnt a IMr bed He says he will plantthree acres of tobacco Regardless of the legislature most everybody is contemplating a tobacco crop of unusual size this seasonEvery t one in this section has colds or grippe We had the coldest weather of the season last week Green river was almost frozen over Mr J S Beard is preparing for his corn crop He says he is going to fence his farm Ben Rice killed a coon last Sat urday which weighed 15 pounds Mr Junius Hancocks saw mill is standing still on Canoe creek waiting for hands Corn is only worth 250 per barrel in this country It is low er than it has been for some time but we had a big crop last sea son Mr G A Bault and family spent the day at Bun Rices last MondayiHogs are plentiful but none for sale at present prices Mr Elmer Brdekman is work Ing for M Joe Beard Mr John Riall our merchant and post master is doing a busness hereI considering the1- panIC Hardesty Deering took their cattle home from this place They had them on Ris Bros stalk farm Tobacco is all sold and deliver ed in this section all going at satisfactory prices t r Have 1ebig reductions on mens and boYS clothing overcoats Call and see them and get a bargain tf W L Walker J CHARACTER A man that isclean inside and outside who neither looks up to the rich or down on the poor who can lose without squealing and win with out bragging con siderate to women children and old people who is too brave to lie too generous to cheat too sensible to loaf and who takes his share of this worlds goods and lets other people have theirs is my idea of a gentlemanSam Dayton Ohio v All accounts are now due and must be settled If you have not got the mon ey dont wait to be called on butcome in and settle tf W L Walker Who Will Be i President This is a presidential year and every man must read to keep posted on pol itics The I CourierJournal Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic News Pa per but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournal But you can get that pa= per and the Adair County News Both One Year FOR 150 I If you will give or send your order to this paperf = NOT to The Courier = tJournal i fe Daily Courier Journal y t 600 a Year i Sunday i CourierJournal 200 a Year V We can give you a com = bitation cut rate on thesier if you will write this pa per i t I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 7 J ww VsILI7r7l 7J 7 i i i VWv 1 IAUappy Thought M 1 IE to look for Floor Coverings at Kentuckys n Metropolis and Loliisvilles Best Store r m m 02 Hubbuch Bros1 ii cCentrally Located524 526 and 528 W Market street 71c 7K1 7t l 1It II V OU aresure to find reliable qualities and prices and an assortment Tic that has no equal south of the Ohio river YOur Carpet Floor4 7ix feet by 128 feet =is brim full of fine values and our modern display of IE i1cwTicas to the happy thought of being induced to visit this uptodate establishment v iiv m 71- cviCrC viCww J f 7 V s IT mI I 7K I f 7i 1 7i7ilj7ij 7KK7I71 7J iT vviicn1vCE I XJN n Can furnish on short notice n iicBUILDING MATERIAL V of any description fc E 1 A full stock of Dressed Lumber on hands Sash TK w v- w Doors Blinds White Lead and Oil and Congo 35 rtc Roofing Call and see us or use Phone No 322n Tic 7KCOLUMBIAVV v wWWW v wv w w w vn- 7iCm K7i 7ic7ic71c7ic I 7m 71cin ii7K 1717l 7i im m 1- Vw LjV w w71 7I7K C 7K 14P is11 7 j n 71cmn- nv II m Dr James Menziesm w v nc Tic j OSTEO PATIIY71C1 v7r- w w- n 71c CONSULTATION AND IE EXAMINATION FREE tColumbia Kentucky mv v IL v i-Cnc Ijit7I11 c7I11 iicm7icmnn 71IAIc I viy vx vrxvixvix VIX lvxMX MX MX IW v fv7-l7IK17it niic7icnm 7ic f 171iii71 rYIK7 j7iv L nc Whu Break Yout Back Tic V u When you can get is 1900 Ball Bearing 7i m Wash Machine nw that child 14 years old can 71 wash tub of clothes in six IE minutes Guaranteed to do V the work money refunded K g Market f7iI7i 7i5I FELIX Veston Holt of Jamestown was at this place business yes terday Mrs John Wilson very sick at this writing Mrs Tina Johnson has return home extended visit in Pulaska county getting his drownedin try ing to cross the creek at this place last Sunday morning He drove in the ice when broke letting his down almost iover his head Mr Aaron had to call for helpr Mrs Ermine Wilson and thur Stanton were at tebe9s their sick father Jf ieI At li it- I I t i6fftceAT RESIDENCE K r X r a a a a or v IWrite for prices on If Newicm oline Engines t V Address Dept Aj7rrCare7i 1 V Dealer Bros Louisville U6 E St 1 square below Enterprise Hotel Phone Cumb 2167A Home 2167 MX IIX MX MX MX MX MX MX VtX VIX VIX VIX VtX I MX VIX VIX VIX VIX VIX MX VIX VIX VIX NIX VIX mVIX 7K7i7i7ii i n7K m 71t7 7i on is ed after an nearPhorse on it horse Ar of G t I IE ton of Russell Springs a part of last week Mrs Ettie George and Mr Jacob Webb of Macomb Ill were married last Wednesday Rev Nick Coffey officiating L M Wilson was atJ Long street on business one day lastr weekArthur Stanton sold to D E Sharp a part of his farm for 10 per acre C rzielius Dunbar has been very sick but is reported better Mr arid Mrs Tearl McKiniey have cristened their little girl Floy Ermine D E Sharp and Arthur Stan ton haveabout 33000 staves yard ed for sale JtJ t j i r BALLARD MO Editor l ewsIThis has been a remarkable open Winter in old Missouri but at this writing it is very cold According to the old time adage we will have six weeks more of winterWe thought some time about giving you a little sketch of Bates county but have neglected it To begin with Bates ranks about fourth in our State and joins Kansas on the West and contains quite a large boun dary of coal land as well as good farming land two big rivers one on the North the other South We have six good banks that are ready at any time to trans act business and to take care of your surplus money Our land is in the black soiland will produce almost any thing that man wants and her soil is sought after by syndicates and all alike One man Mr Schully owns 7500 acres of land in our county that rents for 2 per acre and then some of the renters havent got enough land There are men from Illinois and Iowa who are renters paying 12 per per year There is nothing the matter with Bates county and to prove what we say we would like for you to scan her fine roads look at her fine cattle hogs and sheep the soil and big red barns wire fencing meadows fine crops etc then perhaps you would have some idea of her wealth Bates county can furnish coal enough to run all the cars mills etc in the country and then have enough left to supply Ken tuckys demand for coal one Iyear We have doted a good deal on our old Missouri home but we once had a home in your old Adair county and you cant rub the memory out of my mind for it runs back to my boyhood and manhoodand recalls your town When your court house was built well do I remember how it looked for I hauled brick to help build it and I remember voting on the ground floor when there wasI nothing but the foundation and firstxfloor to hold the judges Then it was finished up in good style and the big clock put on and started to keep town time Some of the citizens seemed to think that the expense was too great but after they paid it then they were anxious for other improvements and they have been coming to the front ever since Hurrah for old Columbia and those men who helped to make it what it is Now two more cheersone for old Colum bia and the other for Bates county Mo WS Hurt fONTUILL Wheat is looking very well in this section We hear a good many people talking off bad roads we would like to hearsome talk good roads Borneo the wife Hppi 4 fJft r J J per on the 29th a girl mother and child doing well and the father still lives moves and has his being Uncle Murray Bradshaw who was stricken with paralysis a few weeks ago is slowly recovering Uncle Sam Wilson is able to be up againfMr and Mrs E J Walters their daughter Ellen and Mrs Mary Butcher were visi ting at J W Hoppers one day this weekSeveral of the young people of this place are attending the singing school at New Friend ship conducted by Prop Tarter Mr John Lowe travling salesman was here one day last weekJ Flanagan and Bud Wilson were in Jamestown one day last week on business- A very interesting series of meeting at Friendship conducted by Rev Trimble of Pulaski and Jas Williams of Windsor closed Sunday with 16 conversions and several additions to the United Baptist church Among those converted man be recorded an old man Mr James formerly of Adair county he was 65 years old MT PLEASANT The ground hog will be apt to have to stay in his winter retreat for six weeks longor as we all know he saw his shadow on the second of this month There are several cases of la grippe in or near hear Miss Belle Butler has been on the sick list also Mr Golan But ler both of whom are better at this writing Mrs Sophonia Hutchison has been quite sick for some time A social was given at Mr Shelby Van Hoys last week and they that attended reported a good time Farmers have been somewhat retarded of late on account off bad weather I learn that Mr Sam Hopkins came very near being killed by his team running awayone of the wheels passed over his body Mr Averett Hooti purchased of Mr H W Cundiff a nice lot of trees this week and will begin to cut and haul as soon as the roads get in a condition for so j doing Mr Henry Cundiff has his nowald1thetom Some of the readers of the News will remember the large oak that stood ten or fifteen teps below the horse block at Mt Pleasant In passing there a l few days since I noticed that it had been felled This venerable oak had stood the storms for many years and seemed to stand there a sentinel keeping guard over the old mother church I could not suppress a sigh of rej gret as I viewed its lacerated bY and broken and mangled branches V Lti C M WISEMAN SONI Diamonds and Precious Jewlers and Opticians H Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall W Market St 1132 1st 2d St Louisville Ky S D crenshawl Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fairprices lam well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE FROM COLUMIA ON DISAP POINTMENT I Coffins A N D Caskets U I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which willbe sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop J E Snow Russell Springs FOR A GOOD MEAL VISIT THE Manhattan Restaurant and 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 Porcelain Fillings Somnoform Gas Resi dence Phone 29 Offie Phone 402 Office in Jeffries Buildiningr Columbia Kentucky IIDr S 2 unbar 2 enti0t OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUOKY WILMORE HOTEL W ttiIIIfilO II Pnopx r FirstClass Table rN Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GRftDYlflLLe KY r i i AS Yy- tJ irN i t i 7 9 71 r 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 4 WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS Weeks Happenings News Important or Otherwise as R ed By Our Corps of Correspondents portI GRADYVILLE iCurt Yarberry of Sparksville 0was in our midst last Friday Sell Nell have moved their stock of merchandise from Sparksville to this place If you want to hear some good instrumental musie call on Profs Moss Hill of our city Senator Nell returned to Frank fort last Tuesday Rev Johnston filled his regular appointment here last Sun day with an interesting dist courseDr James Taylor of East Fork was called to the bedside of Mrs J Napier one day last week Peter Compton has the con tract to carry the mail from Ed monton to this place for the next four years Charles Murrell of the News office of Columbia was in our midst one day last week while enroute for Edmonton H A Walker wife and daughter of Columbia spent a few days of last week visiting rela tives in our cityrMiss Nora Bradshaw one of Montpeliers accomplished young lathes visited relatives at this place last week Dan Curd the wellknown Dry goods man of Louisville stop- Ped over for Sunday at the Wil mqre House Mrs Charles Yates has been on the sick list for several days Mrs Grti H Nell is in Somer set by the bedside of her daught er who is confined with measles Mr Blaky Dulin spent a few days at Canmar last week Miss Cora Dowell of Miami Iwas the guest of Mr and r Mrs lastIweek Mr Charles Herriford the vellknbwn stock dealer of Bliss f was in our midst one day last week looking after stock W C Yates and Frank Do honey two of Russell creeks prosperous farmers were transacting business in our town last a Friday Charlie Sparks the uptodate merchant of Weed was with us I last Friday and informed us that he was thinking of retiring from the mercantile business on account of his health Mr Sparks Js a good merchant and has made money at his place of business Mrs Julia Baker of the Cool Spring community is visiting her daughter Mrs Clem Keltner of our town this week Mr J W McCleanf the effi cient clothing man ofNashville Tenn made our town last Satur day and spent Sunday at the ilmore Hotel We are always glad to have McClean with us on Sunday for lie is one of those igood Sunday School students J oneagaint a p 1 Mr Thos Dowell of Green county was in our midst one day last week and informed us that it was all a mistake about any one disturbing his plant beds as I has been reported No night riders in his county everything moving along nicely except the people are a little bothered about the decision of the highest court in regard to the railroad tax how they will pay them and when they will pay them Mr Geo H Nell started from this place last Friday morning with a car load of cattle enroute for theLouisville market and we must say here that in this lot of cattle there was the largest yoke of work cattle that was ever in this section These cattle were seventeen hands high and weigh ed thirtyfive hundred pounds and in good flesh Mr Nell bought them in Cumberland county at a fancy price KNIFLEY The coldest weather of the season came the first days of FebruaryThe of this place gen r aly speaking is good only a few cases of bad cold Messrs Marshall Porter and WR Lyon were to see our merchants one day last week Cooley Bros have moved their sawmill on the farm of John Arnold and Sons where they will cutquite a lot of lumber for Mr T B Hazard Co Mr D J Howen will move traction Engine to JMannsville in the near future to furnish power for a hickory butt machine t A long felt want has been sup plied rat this place through the efforts of Mr Volney Dunbar who solicited the funds and superentendeid d theconstruction to completion of a suspension wire foot bridge If we had a few more enterprising citizens like Mr Dunbar we would soon be connected Iby turnpike with Campbellsville A member of the House Mr Allphin has introduced a bill requiring tobacco growers to take put a license He should be treated to a first class Havana wrapped cigar lighted at both ends and smoke hima goin and a comin Mr Chas Walker has accepted a IerkhiPin Mr LR Chelfs tstore Mr W B Farmer of Bass visited the family of A C Wheeler one day last week Senator Brown hs a bill before the Senate to tax tobacco growers 50 per acre on all tobacco grown in 1908 He should be presented a neck tie made of the best hemp produced in Kentucky to measure at least 6 feet before the bow is tied t 5 8 0R GLENSFORK The new store at this place be l longing to i Blair Garnett is doing a good business Farm muchxwork on their farms owing to the coldweather Mrs Ada Kelsay who has been confined to her bed for five weeks with fever is slowly improving Born to the wife of John Bur ress January 22nd a son Marvin E Traylor and family returned from Jeffersonville a few days ago Have located at Elroy Ky where they will make their future home Basil Chapman has just left here for Ill Dr Hammond and family have moved back to this place Elmore Wilkinson who has been on the sick list for the past week has returned to the L W T S Warner Blair who has been sick for several weeks is slowly improving Taylor Nance are now ready to start their new grist mill at this place We hope it will be a success for we ned the mill here J V Dudley taught a singing school at Harris Chapel Russell county last week I Melvin Blair sold to A Hunn two extra good steers for four cents a pound Lawrence Wilkinson s about completed his new home at this place Mrs Melvin Blair who hast been confineclto her room for a few days with gripp is some bet ter u Mrs Dr Blair who has been on the sick list for a few days is some better r Neighborhood favorites Mrs E P Charles of Harbor Maine speaking of Electric Bitters says It is a neighborhood favorite herewith us It deserves to be a favorite every a where It gives quick relief in dyspepsia liver complaint kidney derangement malnutrition nervousness weakness and general debility Its ac tion on the blood as a thorough purifier makes it especially useful as a spring medicine This grand alterative tonic is sold Mer guarantee at T E Paulls drug store 50c Little Ills I of Children Mothers and all others who have chil theirfamiliessimple and reliable remedies that correct Peopiechargeofconstipationandels get in the habit of not working normally and soon chronic constipation allthroughcontinually and as a consequence indi gestion sets in soon followed by worms ofadozenitself is putting altogether too much faith In chance It is toying with the childs and future healthaA better way is to give the child a dose of something intended to cure that very trouble thanDrtastetheor 51 bottle of your druggist and save the child from sickness You should remember that a child whose stomach is in goodworking orderis diseasesMrs the remarkable health of her child to Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which she gives regularly ih these isfrank i wonderfulEverybottle iand the purity of ingredients is also vouched for Those wishing to try Dr Cald buyIngwho thattheremedyhave never taken it Send for It if you have any isymptoms of stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlest yet most effective 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