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is badly needed throughout this count Vegetation is suffering greatly and grass is getting short GoYJ L Hiudman was the princi pal apeaker at the reunion of old sol diers at Lebanon last week Mr HPWill of Joppa will please accept the thanks of this office forahalf dozen very excellent paw WI t 1aBasket singing at White Qak4next tji S the 27th conducted hy Eco ppjjanid others Come out and enjoy f dfY t t w jrT Ev ry body and the cook will be here next Saturday to witness the great grneQf J all the Louisville Colonels j t comrAeziceF4 at in qftober nevangelist of Padu all zIwiil Assist the pastor Aa drawing card Haags circus proved1 a success but ht aggregation is not in itwifh the Louisville Colonels vwhO1il be herent Saturday Itr RUdOPhWinfrey8 old gentle 0 resided on Green river died lastt Wednesday morning He was 80 years old and was never njfir r rierf A I w j i t t Pupils continue to arrive at the Lind seyWilson the number 1OW reaching over a hundred There is room for many others and they should start in at once The diptherja epidemic in the Cane I Valley and MtCarmel sections has about l subsided While there were a number of cases there were only two or three deaths t Jir T iiiltr r iss Pearl Breeding who is teaching r at Ella this County dismissed her intJ4 4 h 1iainnext Monday It is reported here that five or six hundred men were examined at Burkes ville before a jury in the Ashenhurst case was secured There are three Adair county men on the jury t Monday evening of last week Miss I V Mable Atkins entertained a number of v the young people in her usual graceful I manner Refreshments were served 1 v and the hours delightfully spent r GrayIfi 4 and express charges V W T Hodgen Box 232 v Camjbellsville Ky U i Rev JP Scruggs of Midway a former pastor of the Baptist Church i here preach d last Sunday in the fore J noon Rev Scruggs is a popular min toS41m i 1 k1 f MrJ W Young of Fairplay grew 9 bushels of Irish potatoes in 8 or1i- 1 nary rows It is a new variety and they j j grow very large He had two Pnex V hibition in Columbia Friday that weigh I7YiQQed2 poundS r 7 A r Many people throughout this seetion have never seen a professional base J ball team Come in next Saturday and I J you will seetthe Louisville t Colonels a JJ team that has made a reputation i IJ V throughout the United States f Mr Rpbt1 Young pf Burkes i1le lst1 r two fine mulesiast Thursday The t F 5t4jtYas hauling water from Cumberland rlit the iptp the river andhpth mules were drowned1 They visre valuedit f i TI 70 1 r D if ljg Jq4 t T t 1 t ri ihf i MrsiLula iiciairAvy Last Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock Mrs Lula Sinclair who was the wife otMr Ed Sinclair died at her late home in this cityHrr death was no- tunexpectedushewuvictmof pul monary trouble and had been confined to her rom and bed for almost a year The deceased was a daughter of Mr and Mrs John Bell this place and wao about 34 years old When a young girl she made a profession of her faith in Christ united with the Methodist Church and lived a consistent member until she was call to her reward s The deceasedleaves a husband four children mother and father and several brothers and sisters who are deeply grieved on account of this sad dispen sation of providence The children are all small but forth nately they are not entirely left with outa mothers care Their grandmother who lives close by will ever be ready to lead them in paths of righteousness TEe funeral services were held at the Methodist church Monday forenoon at 10 oclolck conducted by R vW H C Sandidge and Eld Z TWidiamsa number of relatives and friends being present At the close of the services all that was mortal of this good woman was laid torest in the city cemetery The sympathy of this community is expended to the husband and children and other relatives f Death of MSf Aspef r1 4r tt America W Asper nee Sandidge was born May 30 1835 died Sept 13 1908 making her 73 years 2 months 13 days old She made a profession of religion at 15 years of age baptised in to thef ello wship of Macedonia Baptist Church by Rev Larkin Sidebottom lived a consistent Christian life until the end She leaves six of her children and 17 grands children to mourn their loss We trust that she has receive the reward of the faithf l in Chrigt Her funeral was preached by the writer from the Scripture found in 2nd Cor 51 Subject What H vetSJjJ1 the eye and hope of a Jeliyrafter which she was laid away in typ Yates graveyard jto await the resurrection of the faithful in Christ We commend the bereaved to our Heavenly Father who is thus preparing heaven more homelike for where father and mother is is like home WB Cave fin D ad IM Mr WmiCrockett of Casey county wellknown in Columbia having made frequent trips tbtnjs place during the last fifteen years fell dead at his home last Wednesday afternoon He was the father of Joh riaJ1mtdrockett who were ConvidtejimTtheVAdair circuit court and aent for life for killing Dan Kidd at Pejlyton in this county S number t years ago but were paroled after serving six or eight years t A short time before Mr Crockett fell dead he sold aJulr Russell a large boundary of timber and Mr Russell was en route to his Crpcketts house with the deed for him to sign and to pay him the money for same when his death came It is said that he was within three hundred yards of the dwelling when Mr Crocketts demise was announced Tile death of course ended the trade but will probably be taken up by the surviving members of the family It is said the consideration was a large sum of money Will Go to Christian County Rev E WBarnetta wellknown minister here and who has been pastor of the Baptist Church Corbin Ky for the past three years has accepted a call from two Churches in Christian county and will enter his new field sometime in November While his work will be out of town he will reside in Hopkinsville The people of Christian county will find in Mr Barnett a man who on all propositions stands for the right He is a minister of decided con victions and in fighting sin of whatever character he is not afraid make known his opinions Knowing him as we dtp we take pleasure in commending him as a high Christian gentleman Sulphur Well Law Suit 0A Glasgow correspondentto the Co- ujerJournal gives the foUyfiglji and udgelt c Baker decisibn4 n4Qe litigation pyer this famous watering place c Another chapter has beenaddedt ditlje long litigation over the jfampusuln phur Welli in Metcalfe county Jfh1s famous watering place has been in for the last forty years but the iecent tfoubie started about iWQ years ago G i Thompson and GW Mher son were eonductingrivIhotels As1 jl nsi f 1tk n 4 0 E t McPherson wasdn the ground doing hisihotelan so the sale of the property on which the well was located and it the same time asked for an injunction restraining Thompson and his guests from using the water Circuit Judge Baker ordered thesale of the property but refused the injunc tion on the grounds that the property on which the well was lojcated some two acres had been deeded tothe pub Jic by the original pwneri and the claimants failed or refused to show that this deed was not then in force The well including two acres was sold at public auction and Thompson became the purchaser at 1545 In the meantime G W McPherson sold his hotel to his brother Dr UW McPherson who still continued the hotel As Mr Thompson had become sole own f Qf the well he did not care Ito divide his water so brought suit against Dr McPherson and his guests to enjoin them from using the water and at the same time asked for an inS junction to be effective until the suit was decided I Today Judge Baker decided the casein Dr McPhersons favor and the pub lic in general The basis on which the decision was made was the original deed which deeded the property tb the public and which according to bpinions cannot be changed In summing up this last legal bat tie which was fought out by bleat tprneys on both sides in the Metcalfe Circuit Court it seems from opin ions rendered that the well regardless of who owns it is free to the public in other words Mr Thompson paid 1 545 for the privilege of having a deed to the well with recise1y the same rights to control he had before Sixtyeight years ago Ezekov Neal while drilling for salt water drilled in this sulphur well Tne water soon gained a local reputation for its cura tive properties and ere long its fame out over the State and soon it became a favorite place for invalids ough in a remote section an4 a good Distance from a railroad In 4810 Ezeko Neal whotirjllebltfc well died but b forC dying he made a will giving the well to the public Basil Ashenhurst is now bh trial at a special term of the Cumberland circuit court for killing Tom Fre ichinBurkesville several months ago The trial was called by Judge H 6 Baker Monday of last week Up to Wednesday afrernoon only seven competent Jurors hadbeen secured Believing that it would be difficult to find five more men in C Cumberland count J4dge Baker ordened the Sheriff to go into Adair county and summon fifty men to report in Burkesville Thursday niormng We take itthat the jury was completed on that day but it is believed here that the trial wii1ot be completed bfOre- today Wednesday1 t1Ilk Hi Rev J R Crawford and family reach ed Columbia last Wednesday and were given a hearty welcome The ladies of the Presbyterian Church had put the dwelling in order and had prepared ah abundance of provision and all the family had to do upon arrival was to sit upfu the table and partake ofa wellcooked meal after a days weary weIllfilledRevhimself and family become better acquainted with the people of this community they will be delighted with their customs and they ggneraJ demeanor of the town 45 TbePeacockStalJiofffiotl by Cabell a ysagotoaf1t gentleman in Tennessee was sired bv Jordan Peacock the noted stallion owned by W Ij Grady ville this county It has beenl nstratedbe yond the peradventure of a doubt this breed of horse 8 Jl lsellr adiI- lyforbigmoneytiThe colts are as slickasa ribbon and asshow horses they invariably wm tTheyhave aU- Ithestyleand finish the character that of fancy horses desire A very urge crowd was in town Mon day to witness the opening ot circuit court but there was na curt Judge Baker is engaged in a murder trial at Burkesville and phoned hecould not be here until in the jnorning Wednesday hence court was called off until that hour The two juries were sworn and directed to returjn at the ilIe above stated l Iqr resolutions of respect published by ladies of the Baptist Missionary jiSpj cleW bf GradyAriilef tby state that Mrs Spulmanidied August 7i They should have written it September 13 je te ceived Ia ojreptipn from the cpqamittee fler the side of our payer upbn which- the reiolutiOns r had ee rint 1t 4 iii jj5fj u Z jft rF A FEARFUL ACCIDENT t Otta Knight Employed at Allen McGaftas Sawmill Loses the Toes Off His Right Foot m RUSLLAND BWWIAFi CALLED A frightful and distressing accident occurred at Allen McGahas sawmill near the home of Ambrose Burton last Friday afternoon Otha Knight who wasemployed at the mill is now lying at his home with all theL toes off his right foot He was replacing the carriage which had slipped from the track when his foot came in contact with the saw with the result as Above stated He also received a deep cut on the thigh Drs C M Russell and RXHindman were called and atteneded the injured man i Sale of Land On the 5th day of October 1908 the same being county court day at the courthouse door in Columbia Ky between the hours of 1 oclock p m and 3 pclockj p molsaid day we will sell at public outcry and to the highest and beat bidder upon a credit of six months about 83 wes of land situa ted ifpon the north side of the farm owned by Geo O Powell deceased upon Russeils creek in Adair county Ky oi1sttfllcienc of same to satisfy indebtedness against said decedent of S57544i with interest thereon at 6 per cent per annum from August 31 1901 and the further sum of 100 with interest there on at 6 per cent perannum from September 4 1905 The purchaser will be required to execute a bond for the purchase price tof said land with goodsecuHty including a lien retained upon saidland The said land to bear interest at 6 per cent per annum from date until paid The heirs and widow of said Geo 0 Powell will executes a deed for said land to the purchaser whentpersonidesiringThis land is of a good quality and about one half of it covered with fine hickoryIupon one ShQWI1lover0r W W pn the place 13 Milton Powell Jr M rhO Powell x0 v E P Eowell Luther Montgomery r JEjiJ 4illeraCommitteer rd x RccitaratLindseyWilson i There ital at the LindseyWilson Chapel last Friday evening by Misses Nell and Shannon was well attended every body being delighted with the program This was Miss Nells first appearance before a Columbia audience and she sustained the reputation that had reached here in advance of her coming She is a skilled pianist and plays the violin beautifully bringing out every note softly and correctly Miss Shanhon made her mark here last session As a reader she stands at the top Her articulation is distinct and her expressions natural and winning a voice sufficiently strong to4Beheard throughout the chapel It is known that Miss Nell has charge of the music department in LindseWj1soiind that Miss Shannon is the teaeher of elopu tion Will Be on the1ad 411 M WH Wilson oltthia place lisa accepted a position with A Wanking Cd wholesale grocers Louisville and will travel in this section of the State and will be on the road upon his return from the city this week He asks the merchants throughout Adair and 1mgcoulties to waitforlilit coming This position came torWilson unsplicited and naturally he f e complimented He is energetic an d a good salesman and he will use his Utmost endeayors to repay the firm with whom he has contracted for the truit imposed in him W vjoeHeye that ie will make this weliknowrt firm a good man and that a little time will yierifyour assertion 1 i Eloped to Tennessee il 1 MrrIo WiliArnold and Miss Elsie Bault eloped to Tennessee last week and eremSrried The grbpm is a spnVf llCf1Q1ri1Ap1oJd who iivesin the Cas Crei and is xtlti r 3 i4app t f triousyoting frmertifb bride is a daughter of Mr Jake Bault who lives near Cane Valley and was a popular 4 young lady Upon their return they received the blessings of their parents and were warmly congratulated by their many friends Mr Al Marshall brought in a fresh supply of coal oil Monday 2 Buckboards for sale one third tneir actual value S E Eubank 461t Come to court tomorrow Judge Baker will be here to proceed with business Every body is anxious and will be ready when the great game is called next Saturday Only six or eight mule colts changed hands here Monday They brought from 40 to 75 The Ladies Columbia Cemetery Im provement Association is especially requested to meet at the Baptist church Thursday afternoon at 230 oclock The school at Russell Springs under supervision of Prof Dodson and wife is getting along nicely At this writing they have more than one hundred pupils Rev Brack Porter wellknown Cumberland Presbyterian minister is reported as lying dangerously ill in Metcalfe county His friends are anixcus concerning his conditionv The Jones bjock m which Russell Co and Dr J N Page are doing business now presents a very inviting appearance The outside metal and wOO work have been handsomely painted4in various bright colors John T White of this county and who is in the United States ahny and who it will be remembered was charged with iedrejcentlyed The Christian Church has grown rap idly in Adair Russell and Casey coun ties in the last two months Under the preaching of Elds W G Iklorifgomery Leslie Bottoms A H Bough and Z T Williams there have been added to the Church 390 members Reports reach Columbia that p ople from all adjoining counties will be ire next Saturday and it is expected that from two to three thousand persons will witness the contest The ladies are as much interested as the men and doubt presentrit Hon A G Patterson D nicratic candidate for Congress failed to meet his appointment here lasf Wednesday He spoke at Liberty butwhIlO there tf message was received calling him ithis home in BelPcountyi Hewillldoubt less be here before the ahvaag cioseff Col L B Damaree State Elector for the prohibition party and Eld To bias Huffaker candidate for on the same ticket spoke CongressI crowd at the courthouse last forenoon These gentlemen are both strong speakers and were accorded close attention Much credit is due Mr Robt Reed for arranging for the great garneT to be played next Saturday He took it upon himself to raise the two hundred dollars and has made all other necessary arrangements for a contest in base ball playing that will bring several thousand people to Columbia The Fair Grounds were put up and sold at the courthouse door last Mon day by Mr James Garnett one of the stockholders who was appointed to make the sale They brought 2405 cash Mr J H Young becoming the purchaser We4 take it that an annua Fair will continue to be held Mr EG Atkins has given up his po AIWahkinggage in other business Mr Atkins I was with this firm for fifteen years- selling thousands of dollars wOrth of goods throughout this section HelS very accommodating and his jovial dig position and regularvists will be miss ed by the merchants of Adair and adjoining counties kr Robt T Caldwell of Burdick Taylpjccounty has aQcepted a pbsitipn as teacher in Selmaf Ala institute Selma A laHe will have charge of the Mathematical Department and will alIspcpaihthiBbasepai teaIJlottb stitiitibn Mr adweJI iscvery excellent young man ancfhMimtuiy friends J1rnthppfitipn inj this wellknown Southern- Institution We will guaraneethit he will do hiaiork anddoit IelLi i tt5Jpf2 i j r 1 1 1 f rJudgeriJudgeElector for the Eleventh Congressional District spoke to a small but attentive crowd of people at the courthouse last i Wednesday Judge Cress is forcefuljand being well posted on the issues dividing the two great political parties made his speech very entertaining The i Democrats especially were exceedingly well pleased with his exposition of the rottenness oif the Republican party In the outset he stated that from his reading he was ready to state that the prospects for Democratic success were growing brighter every day and thatJhe believed that Mr Bryan i elected He dwelt at some Jength on the tariff and trust questions and provedJ beyond adpub that tariff was nothing 1 more nor less than an exhoritant tax and that the large trust companies were organizations of men who were banded together to rob the poor The i speech waa thoroughy Democratic and we are sony that the courtroom was not full of voters to hear it f i Judge W titlolt Speaksf According to appointment Judge W H Holt a gentleman of character and wellknown over Kentucky spoke at the courthouse7 Monday in the interest rof the Republican party It was thought thata gentleman of Judge Holts stand ing would have an immense audience but the courtroom was not more than t twothirds full of people and a great j many of them were Democrats Judge Holt took up the issues of the two great parties and contended thai the policies ladvocated by the Republicans were the best for the country and ad his hearers to vote for Mr Tafts electors i in November h Inhere was no enthusiasm manifested and while we differ widely with the views advanced by the speaker we are j real sorry he did not have more hearers as there were four or five hundred pec pie on the square iL STOCK ITEMS Mr J W Alleiitof Lincoln co nty bqught16 cattle from JriC Dohoney 12 from Robt Allenand 4 from another fpart last weekat 3 to 3J cents oo o E Perkins bought a mule colt Ifrom George Walker of Greshaih for if 6000 fciri4vi3rA 000 t VVvM Patterson sold a calf to Ii JvTaylor for 1200 I l 7 gJamesMiss Lula Blakeman for 1000 alsoT two calves from Mrs Alice Arnett foiJi1700 e0OO TolbertNeagles sold a calf f rS ctg to Junie Roagers of Greensbur 000 frZ W M Patterson said a ipan of mules tto it J Taylor for 28000 i ooo v J Milburn Curry bought a shoat fro Dave Blakeman for350 r- f Thurlow coriM C OOOL f Geo H Nell bought in Russell ii2 i Clinton counties last week 115 head of f cattle at 1 cent to 4 cents per POlj1 t 000 tiic WE and C R Cabell sold their y Cabell Peacock Stallion to R N Pricev Arthur Tenn for 1000 boov v L B Cain sold to A M Mercer iof head of cattle for 12700 one cow tdj C S Bell for 21 six heifers to N Tj Mercer for 5170 four steers to J H Smith for 9822 000 Mr Jo G Philips Son Lebanon 7 purchased of Mr Jas T Page ijiat Monday his wellknown saddle hor ctfor 300 This is one of the best saddle anin1alsinaltbis country and Mr r Page reluctantly parted with him itJ f They also bought a plug horse frdmMr Jo Williams for 112150 LJ 000 1N ItIchurch last1 Sunday Large conga4ti- ons heard him 1J J 1 iWanted t c f 1i t Agood sweratonqe E SR 1 4 f 1jr P Xi J r ti- f f i 3t i t t 2 T t f l fd lfi l f saryl le q t tti t 4 it 2 af1 i 14ii0tii 0 L f r t y 12K 1CrSN J J ii 1 Jn FISr nre t t f f q Jl j LIr f 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS z The Passing of Gen Stewart L f rlri Further and further the Civil i War and its protagonists retreatt into the shadows of the past t Sr Present generations feel a direct i contact with the great event arid iil j its figures because of the persons q living who witnessed or took f part in the historymaking in cidehts In a few more years all iwho lived during the trying days will be forever gone and then the story of the Civil War must be got from books The printed y page and not the spoken word t will be the instructor and inspir ation of youth The battles will be simply recorded history The f a men will be tradition The per sonal side will drop off and be lost The questions will be cold tJ sober problems of politics Now lY t comes the death of Gen Alex ander P Stewart to remove one 6 of the foremost links between r the Civil War and the present As one of the two living Lieuten yfi ant Generals of the Confederate parmy he was a conspicuous emp bodiment of Southern valor sen timent and millitary activity He represented in his rank the army which fought Grant and which surrendered at Appomattox By 1 his service in the war he won the affection of all whose sympathies were knit with the Southern rl forces by his services in peace as a literary worker and college professor he gained the esteem f of men of all sections His death begets widespread lament Gen Simon Bolivar Buckner Lieutt t tenant General of the Confeder ate army To this venerable Kentuckian the nation now looks e as the man who personifies the South of 186164 At 85 he is the last of a glorious race Cou J v BierJournal r t2 e Corn as Sheep Feed g Corn is a most desirable feed for sheep but there is always a danger of feeding too much of it Fortunately for sheep corn is not largely used except in the fattening of the animals For that purpose it is excellent when t it is used with the proper care f1 It contains on the average in the I neighborhood of 60 per cent of r starch and 6 per cent of oil and 1 these are in the corn in a form 1thatis very digestible Starch tproduces animal heat and fat i oil goes into the body also in the form of fat The l great heat producing power ofC t the starch in corn makes it in f J advisable to feed it alone The protein is in the corn in a rather I low quantity compared with the requiresjt11that is rich in protein This something may be clover hay or toxivfeed about the same weight of i4 clover hay and corn to sheep at the fattening period This gives tlie nutriment in the body in pro portion to the requirements of growth Drovers journal To The jConstitution LBack 74 aretifrom an editorial by Mr Watter iI the Courier Journal last J take little stock in campaign xisibbole ths They are made to t Fmislead Neither do x f ttseC Politicalmuch nrour stage Truthis the- a tiPlhe idolatry though5 my- z t r r rt tf rt11 hI 1ft t fJ1I1 rf 5 r r t a rrr r f iBS tlStlaIly half thuths are most in 1r evidence But in this c paig- QlIsee on the one side a party faced two ways I see in Mr Bryan an ahiible doctrinaire of Jeffersonion tendencies I see in Mr Taft an amible opportun ist of bloodyshirt Republican antecedents From Bryan I derive some hope From Taft t none whatever but in the event of the death from accident apo plexy or overexercise I see in Sherman as President of th United States all that is odious and dangerous in ringism reaction We have a noble system oi Government I would preserve it The way to preserve it is t keep it in currents of political allowsit to rust in the grasp of the one party power Back to the Con stitution and punish the rascals is the word discriminating be tween the poor and the predatory rich holding dishonest corporation officers personally to their proper account not visiting their wrongdoing upon innocent share holders the law the arbitrator trial by jury the meansof everywhere reaching the ends of justice Down with the two faced standards of the spectacular showing Roosevelt to the West and South and Sunny Jim Sherman to the East Taft the merest middle man between Up with the milk white flag of reform the Peoples flag which is as unsullied as it was when it waved over Tilden and Cleveland f and a united Democracy Young Girls Beware A young girl errs once and the doors of human kindness and love are closed against her Butt we reach the betrayer our hands and bid him welcome to our homes we court and flatter him and sacrifice cur darling daught er to his libertinish greed for is it not a sacrifice of love purity and everything worthy to wed such a one Does God ever smile upon such a union If either be shunned why not the betrayer Iiithaned so grievously We know that lips will curl with scorn and society will sneer if we reach our hands to the outcast but God and the Angels will be glad and if a soul be thus saved what matter their sneersMountain Advocate There is no possible way of de termining the sex of eggs An1 eminent poultry authority says that the best way to determine whether an egg contains a rooster or a pullet is to hatch and watch thechick grow for about four months If the chick crows it is a rooster If it lays an egg it is a pullet The American breeder in years past has been inclined to worry himself to an unnecessary degree in an effort to determine a method of controlling or determining the sex of the unborn This is a matter entirely too delicate too mysterious to be handledand by man and he willprofaibly nev er know any more about such things than he kIlowsnoV i a Sureenough Kndfjkeiv V J C Good iiv olReidsyilie N- saysBucklensArnica Cy Salve Is asure enough kfipcker for ulcers A bad one came on toy leg last summer Put that wonderful salve knocked it out in a- fewrounds ISTpt eyeri a scar reinain jd Guaranteed for zlessores bur ng- tetc 25c atpnull s drig i y k it J t J Jfi fy- 4rh r itt a ii it WIt it tfi i1 s rll I gXiSX SXS r I TO PEOPLE OF ADAIR COUNTY I It takes money to run a campaign and it takes a I great deal of it to successfully engineer one of national The present atitude of the Democratic isC9pe contribution from the powerful corp partyIand trusts and consequently must rely on the patriotism and freewill offerings of the great people to meet the demands of legitimate campaign ene I thusiasm and effectiveness will be given the work nec essary to win It is the duty as well as privilege for every person who believes in and desires democratic suc lI 1 cess to contribute to this fund A request has been A made that Democratic papers solicit for this p Iandforward same to the National Committee We the suggestion and ask every true Democrat to obeyI Ithis fight to restore to the great bulk of the people rights their privileges and the blessings of a free gov ernment Any amount from one dollar up will be cheer fully received and promptly forwarded to the Commit Fill out the following and enclose your contribu itee EDITOR NEWS i iDemocraticI Name ioAddress J o LS i The Charming Young Maiden of Old Monticello Composed and read by Capt John W Tuttle at a picnic given by the Monticelio Lodge and Royal Arch Chapter at Mill Springs on Tuesday August 25 1908 In a picturesque vale in Waynes fair domain i V1 Neath the sentinel peaks of old Cumberlands chain Mid bright winding streams and bold gushing fountains Gleams Old Monticelio the Gem of the Mountains t In its gumptious homes mid cool shady bowers v Abounding in fruits bright birds and sweet flowers v Theres yet an adornment more lustrous than pearls J v Our citys fond pride its beautiful girls orf And the specimen girl of this city of ours Is a type of those fruits those birds and those flowers She smacks of the flavor and beauty of each Now a lark then a daisy and again shes a peacH V IBut for brightness and beauty dont think for a minute v the bird or the flower IS In anywise in it O And more luscious by far than a peach ripe and mellow Is the charming young maiden of old Monticello To the home shes a mascot a token of love A And no sweeter blessing ever came from above i r Shes its light and its joy all hearts ever cheering J A genius that lends it a charm most endearing i To see her at church so meek and demure V r So seraphic in spirit so guildeness and pure v i And to hear the sweet strains of her voice when she sings Youd dub her an angel and endow her with wings J S t jp V Wr 5 So lithe and so graceful so lovely and so sweet C J She enraptures and captures the chaps who behold her And V f is scarce less enchanting to those who are older vi vi On an Outing for pleasure shes just in her glory y i J i j t And as no earthly creature of legend or story P 4 V t Jt f Was ever so blithesome so elfish and airy S 1 i0rt6 2i Youd be prone to conceive her a nymph or a fairy ti ffri6 J jf P This bright moving picture this creature of lightr 5 V This delectable poem this fairy or sprite This quaint apparition whatever its make uPrDoes sure give our hearts an ecstatical shakeup fk rt At church or at home or out seeking pleasure v Shes at each and all places a gem and a treasure j T i For more precious than rubies or gold bright and Y liawp r 4 T Is the charming young maiden of old Mbnticellb S V 7 artfSl 5Y And riding or driving or standing or sitting f f y isv Or like a blithe Bird here and there flitting A it v No creature on earth so entrances a fellow V r W I A As the charming young maiden ofold Mbnticelio H fe t fy i f Bless the dear girlsinaythe ir hearts be as light rA As imfraugiit with care arid theirrsp rits as bright fvr4 And in morn sdewey freshness may kind heaven k Pthehi TiICapid shall smite them and Hymen shall reap them v v i Turkeys which are f regularly and heavily fed will not beso likeathose lightly fed and be morel likely ao cornel forrAboutth tee weeks isrqufired for i8 FJr kYw r rMjwf I tnj Ifth t lk u 4Y r ft 7 0 j fattening properly soijoiie begins in late October he should have his turkey for the Thanksgiving market as prides for fthnef most in de nd r a x i4ttt rs11 NS y Asit Tr t f JoOeG HtM a a Igedies Extracts Spices Per= W Ifumes Toilet Articles includ = I R ing Barber Supplies Stock and Poultry Food g illJjjj Co Winno Minn Q jj Call and get my prices on the goons that Q Qarnyresidence I rI E Jones I aJnOEscJE3COOOf IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PI ACE See my Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE I Pfoduee Wanted W L SIMMONS HUMBLE KENTUCKY I IJ E Snowi J C Pqpplewell A CAR EACH OF Buggies Wagons and 4 Fetti1izet Just Deceived iGive us a call See our Ball Bearing Buggies and r i get our prices on all grades before buying elsewhere Out Business motto Itee gaisk Sals 3S1 i3zKb Profits t r Snow Poppleuiell DEALERS Ijt General merchandise and U ridetrtkeLT Goods Russell Springs Kaifucky I I JOBNA BSONl EGGRHHJStSBURG KHNTUCftY fff flas Erpough Pionier Wite pence to fence in Green and Adair counties The Stay wires on this fence are soy attached that they cant slip on the Line Wires The Harder You Pull t the Tighter it Gets t j EfiOUGtf Cf 2 Poultry getting fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the two 1co ties and dont forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper ad f in recent issues of The News 4- o FRANK CORCORAN Q tligh Grade O Marble Granite v Cernetery work sf ill kind Iyout Trade from Adair and adjoining counties Tsolicited Main etiJ Lebanon Ky i ac r 8iJ AVvJ r- y fj J 1ptc 1rn t 19 1 txt t 4f rI t 1l t i2 o t iIirv i x h i7 LC r J j J t f Visitors to theState Fair f JadKentuckys Metropolis j are cordially in vited to visit 1 7K Coiiisville 9 s iIQ orI1 Store 1V Iv K 1Y tiubbuqh BroSf t l t jrl VV 7 a I 1 f Centrally Located v 7iE lJ Market Street between 5th 6fc6 lih ljSpecial attention paid to out= of= towl1 ordersv v 1I 1t t t7I7k M f MI U G HARDWld Pres J B COCKE V Pres RII DIETZMAN See W T Pyne Mill Suppty Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 IBIIkliltf IGHTS I mflCfiltflSTSi DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIRTeeNIHMftiN LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work IJU wo SOLICITED IAI Kinds of Machinery Repaired r IT e Louisville Trust I Company Southwest GarnerIFifth and 1 If 1 LOUISVTLLHI I7 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 Admin strator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every p si tion of trust that can be held by an individual t 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 J A Big Lot of i New Millet Seed and I I CowPeas f Brown Cultivators V f The Empire Corn Drill with cutoff C A CarLoad of Milburn Wagons ic Buggies and nice Buggy Harness Also a complete line of Farm Implements J 11 Phelps Jamestown Kentucky t 4 i H f KIMBL6 HOTELJW KlMBLE P1idilf ETp I GOOP Rpq1fll t qo R PAY t r t GOOBEDS AhiPEFrJPMiFBIE 1 LIVER AND FitEb i7J lJt l1fl wNTtON f 7 t 7 j LL1fiNQ K flTtJ icY f 4 J l t J r I W J II 2 tfl r 1 rlJ ffi t J i rt J JIfr d r r 0 i f l1 r l j I tr1 r 1t c jr t i 1i Prosperity ofIhc Farmer The Secretary of Agriculture after an extended visit through out the West has given the news papers a statement of a most optimistic charactor as to crop conditions He is quoted as say ing The sun has shone upon them rains have been sufficient and with the best soil on earth the best farmers to be found any where made of it The yields are large There will be no short age of any crop Of the staples there will be enough to supply all home demands and leave a large surpius for exportation The farmers still have some of last years crop on hand and this they will sell at the prevailing high prices The new crops will soon be moving in the directions of the market and when our wheat East in volume there will be a flood of wealthin the West Our farmers no longer live under the burden of heavy mort gages Their great prosperity in recent years has rendered them independent in the sense that they are not forced to sell They are able to hold their crops for favorable markets and are there fore obtaining their lair share of profits The farmers of the West have not to this day realized that there was less than twelve months ago a depression which has been followed by a slacken ing of the wheels of prosperity j They have of course read the newspapers and are well inform ied concerning conditions but they have experienced no set back in their wonderful prosper ity The slackened buying demand has not affected them at all and being the backbone and sinew of our material progress asa nation they have literally prevented any prolonged depres sion Our farmers are produc so much wealth that it is im ling for our commercial and business affairs to experience set back In the in improveIment all lines has improved substan tially during the last few months and the onward march of pros withIIsuchnot j enjoyed good crop conditions dur ing the season now closing butt they are producing more per arcei than ever before There as not been a notable increase in the productiveness of the soil due to observation of methods urged by department for increasing fertility to the use of better seeds and to better cultivation Hardly Fair Besides the protection afford ted the DuPont Powder Trust in the danger of transporting ex plosives by sea there is an aver iage protective duty of 35 per cent on gunpowder On blast ing caps the duty is upward of 100 per cent It is not stranger therefore that the duPonts and their trust should take a great interest in the election of Taft or that Chairman Hitchcock should have secured their active aid by making one of them chief of the oratorical bureau This is a very delicate position requiring much discernment in selecting orators in accordance with their worth and the localities in which they are to be employed Philadelphia Record It is strange however that With Mr Taft pledged to carry out the Roosevelt policies one of which is the prosecution of the duPont Powder Trust for viola tion of the Federal Statutes the head of that trust should be will ing to contribute so generously to his own discomfiture and that perIsoa deaf ear to the appeal that Mr duPont be relieved from a po sition in which if Mr Taft is sincere in his pledge and of course he is Mr duljonts ser vices are working to the undo ing of his property interests and his own probable fine and im prisonment There is a refined cruelty about the arrangement which fits ill with Mr Tafts known goodness of heart The supposition that the head of the Republican oratorical bu reau being on the inside is not a believer in the sincerity ofReI publican oratory will at once be dismissed as unworthy of belief Louisville Times Very Much Admired President Roosevelt has invited Cart Wm J McDonald the Texas manhunter to accompany him on his hunting expedition in Africa It is said that Gapt Mc Donald has over sixty notches in his guns and that he can shoot out a mans eye at a distance of 100 yards and not half try We are glad the Captian has been in vited to go to Africa to shoot tigers and lions and boa constric tors and other things of vicious natures It is better to slay thes9 soulless creatures of the jungles than it is to slay those creatures into whom God has breathed a admiresJCapt McDonald because he is a good shot and win shoot at the drop of the hat Bat Mas terspn with hist gun notched thirtyseven times may also come 1 IIn Presidential Year 1908 Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read eAii Independent Newspaper THE EVENING POST DURING THE Y AR 1908 COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY ntnekyGovernors FrtM Isup Slelbj io tousles E Willsw xA11 of Kentuckys Governors The only complete collection now Itu existence I Every true Kentucklan should have a copy In his home or office JUST OFF THE PRESS Is the iiew Kentucky tttJ En rayed especially for th Evefllng post at iCpSt it3 ot11lXentucKallnatlons8teamshlproutes AlaskaJatevpheres of the last three nallonal icensus and nuck 6Sep historical iformation I t I1JBICJtlJlElt8ji for ixJl1nth crJpt u aerltna ttJa r t 117 Jf all oajy andi thatiiubscrlpllpar price by carrier r feiit te lt Ceafcrper r I taI to Jt A 4117 arp tor tJ f i t I J3 Vt EJ5h MftfCI IUM Ij a j t j i i 7 f I lip for an invitation What a pity that Nick Carter the hero of ten thousand tencent novels was killed by Simon Bolliver Bull whack ina barroom fight at Leadville a few years ago This attraction would have been a great outing for poor old Nick While Teddy Bill and Bat were hunting Big Bad Bears Rough Rhinocerous and Tyrant Tigers Nick could have gone forth each day and killed ten or twelve thousand bad nigg rsSpring field Sun Deserves Laurels A man has a woman beat a block when it comes to climbing over a belching cannon and plant ing the flag of his country upon the breastworks of the enemy or when it is necessary to skin a tiger or quarter a grizzly but a woman is considerably ahead of the game when it comes to bat tling with and subduing fleas and in view of the fact that we find it necesessary to deal with fleas oftener than we have to plant flags skin tigers or quarter grizzlies it seems to us that the women folks are entitled to the laurels of an admiring public Just think about how skillfully they nab a little biter while he is getting in his work beneath the garter The man who can jerk up a pants leg dive down into a sock with a finger and thumb and come out with a flea cant be found high or low Springfield Sun r Pellyton Some of our farmers are cut ting their tobacco Mr S G Ford and family of LutrelPs creek were visiting at this place last Sunday Mr W R Knifley left for Louisville today to buy his fall and winter stock of goods Mr Robert Christie was in Co lumbia one day this week Mr John Knifley left for New Mexico this week where he will spend several weeks Mr Willie Wilkerson of Rife Casey county was here this week W L Lemon was in Camp bellsville last Saturday Mr J M Campbell was in Columbia last Friday IMr W 0 Pelley started his this week Several from this place attend ed the camp meeting at Acton Taylor county last week Mrs Tom Wilkerson and chil dren of Liberty are visiting the family of SS Workman The hale did considerable dam age to t b ccand corn in this community Mr Jim Ellis was in Columbia last week Messrs Oscar Sinclair and Marvin and Luther Ferryman left for Louisville Tuesday io at tend the State Fair Mrs RR Moss who has Ibeen visiting her mother Mrs j M Campbell returned to herI h ome at Columbia last Friday On last Sunday September 13th at six oclock the spirit of John Ellis took its flight to that land tliat Dotrav lereverre tairns to r sttill thfe junclgment morn Se wasaffiictedwith- tbtdreaded disease idbnsumpj- bipii WH 3rwas 9rninq rcounv ti Sepl 2nxH jte5r Joinejcl Mrtre- Ih itlhurclijfi i9 living ria ulife1D t d tn calkd n im waif t e Tl tjt K li ffi4rr i Y1 i + J t i l Jit wife and one child besides a mother four brothers and one sister and a host of relatives andi friends to mourn their loss He told his wife a few days before he died that his way was clear and every thing was well with him John was a good kind hearted young man that every body liked This entire com munity extends its sympathy to the bereaved wife and other rel atlve sin this the saddest hourr of their life He does not answer his lips are cold and still He does no feel us for he has no pulse nor will His soul is anchored safe and sound his race is closed and done Tis the faithful that the v i c tory won 4 Four Gates to Hell In his sermon at the Methodist church Wednesday evening Dr Hamill the preacher having for his subject the proper qualifica tions of a man to preach the gospel illustrated one point by an amusing anecdote He said that on one occasion he heard an old illiterate preacher deliver a sermon to his flock in which he brought out the idea that there were just four gates to hell The first was the Sunday School the second was foreign missionary work the third was open com munion and the fourth the Re publican party Middlesboro Record There will b e great danger this year in introducing hogs too suddenly to corn whether fed in the form of roasting ears or when fully matured It is not without significance that cholera appears about the time that farmers are feeding their hogs new corn We do not for a moment believe that cholera can be developed in any other way except by the introduction of the germ but a number of things that are often mistaken for cholera and are not germ dis eases can be developed by a sudden change of feed Hence we assume that a good deal of the socalled cholera in the fall than Jseriousabout by a sudden change of feed from old corn to new or from grass and skim milk to new corn Ex Take Notice All ovin mi mast com and settle at once All accounts not settled by Oct 1st will be put out for collection Mrs Sallie Brtdshaw jlomach Muscles in Old AgalPeople should be more and more care ful as age advances to see that their ii bowels move regularly In this way they can keep themselves in good health and prolong life The bowels are not as acotive in middlelife and old kgeas they 1W ire in youth and with the majority there a tendency to constipation of a chronic ad obstinate nature 7 To ward off the possibility of serious Iseases use Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep n the great herb laxative compound is especially suited to the use of elderly peo e because it is prompt but gentle in action nd does its tfork without Eriplnff or weakening is is the case with salts purgative waters and cathartic tablets These should not be used by children women old folks or weak people be cause they are too violent in action and generally gripe Furthermore the results are temporary as reaction sets in and the bowels are bound up more than ever AremedylikeDrCaIdweUs Syrup Pepsin Is very gentle in action and yet thoroughly effec tive and as it contains tonio properties it strengthens the system instead weakening it The results are permanent because gradual and many can in a short time do away with the use of all laxatives It will cure the most chronic constipation dyspepsia liver trouble bilious ness flatulency sour stomach weak stomach bloating drowsiness after eating and such other stomach liver and bowel troubles To prove effective it is in serious cases tke experlenceofMr Armstrong of Decatur IlL can be cited He suffered Irom a gunshot wound durifigthe Civil War which caused a par tial paralysis of the bowels and he has had ever eince to use a laxative He says he never found anything so effective or which worked so near to nature as Dr Caldwells Syrup PeplnTrYit and you will y the same price to W tentsor a botUe at any druggist FlEE IES 1 HUM wfefctar lif It try DrCaM t t i ell VI 11rII thirIIetH 1IIt IIIIt tIIIt Ill rIIII WI II twho jftNK fir K IIItf1IIiMcIIt It1IIctIIfI fDr 1M till A TIlE PUIJIJIVIIDIOt eIM l DIrOMDWaLI ftNa TIIII hl c rtdlT I ta tl miv tI i 5 L1 t i I YiyyAl s 4ti la of4nty 4 i r r kYw Li it 4 THE ADBR OOUNTT NEWS f = nn r4- i r TaVAN r 6 f rl j HR4E YOU i 1t f 4 JI = JIJI JI JI JIJIJI t t j i 4 J r c i iIi Thi Louisville j VSColonels 0 urn la J i t4 0 0 0 O O 01 0 01 10 1t0aOf r I a Columbia Satuday Sept 26 230 P M Dz O00000 O00700b J e III jt i ct j y13 The Star Pitcher ofthe EasterntagUe BARGER Has joined the Cleveland American League Club f but before going to Cleveland he will pitch the I game for Columbia vs the Colonels here Saturday i Come Out- sand Root for Our Boys H L I mt dn Olin-ty e1Y t Published Every Wednesday 1 BY THE Adair County NewsCompany INCORPORATED CHAS SY HAFRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests 11 the city of Columbia and the people of Adair mad adjacent counties atered at the Columbia Postoffice as second daw mail matter D SEPT 23 1908 fi aDEMOCRATIC TICKET L iFor xesisIent WM J BRYANof Nebraska V v r 1 For icePresident JW KERN of Indian For Congress A O PATTERSON of Bell county I rt- erThe tariff i t5ie mother of l aa1rustsFand both are robbers i f Mr Wattereon says that the- Re ublican f con ile tainted 1f money a i high as a the moon but it wiirIJ td1eat Brian i1dl i i tyKern5t It isl cudG ther tbiiat r leinLO o are aCkYe n4J 5Sf r S It Iftr fOJC i 1 t i L Mr Taft and will work until the polls closes in November to accomplish his defeat It is a pitty that Mr Hearst is beardless If he had a full suit the wind might have blown through his whiskers while he was in Louisville last week Wednesday of last week Mr Bryan made seventeen speeches in New York State His last speech was at Rochester where he was accorded a great ovation Mr Taft is now Out speaking for votes Mr Roosevelt Ms dictator will have uta list of middleLbflieve that Mr Bryan is running some Leaders of the Democrat par ty believe that Maine will give I its electoral votes to Mk Bryan This belief fe based on the small Republican majority given last week in the State racee for Goy = rnQr t asless than8- f qoo r o Il st t The intfaydit f a iff S cent runwr thee lfsei Of t1 r1 r o l nfitand moreIt aaeeinot belieye- in peipeWan lar trust JD p nie totife of tit l r w l aK 4s f r u k i r tf i TT f f LOUISVILLEa TVak Ki LivE tP j t COLUMBIA t IlL Harley r Right Field Hindman Perrine afc Winfreysf Woodruff ife vv e Ie Y iUd dIf Stanleyy tR M t Center Field Judd R Burke 3rd Btu i V Rosenfieldh v L Sullivan 3i 1st Base5f vr v s3a t StearmanT QuinlantShortStop Holliday Peitz or Hughes c Catch i Cox J Adams HallaI or Puttman Pitch Barr or Stults r f missihisgiBarger the greatest pitcher of the Eastern League and Stults the champion College pitcher of Kentucky will twirl the ball for Columbia 0 Adams Hallo or I uttman the three leading pitchers of the Ass n will face the slab for the Col nelsI t masses Did you eyer think that the large trust companies in the East can bring on a panic at anytime they are so inclined IMr Taft has appointments to over the country running up to the 23rd of October Is it not remarkable that a man of his distinction should be speaking for votes Whats the use he will win easilyin a horn The country is for Bryan and the andtfeat him k Last Wednesday the Democrats of New York in a harmo Rochestert headed by Lewis S Chanler for Goyerner The platform rong ly indorses the Democratic national ticket and denounces the ad ministration of Govr Hughes who has been renominated by the Republicans i Is there a reader withiiivthe boundary pfe they jsirciilatiQn of 1lhe eyrSj wh6itnv time in trI ast ll in Naonacontt eVer he da e mIF an J 6o EthfoalIT Itr lekrf 1l1nniA gZofrth u i Y iK r SIiis lji riii government You never did Take Mr Bryan for instance who can sit on the porch of his residence near Lincoln Neb and direct the movements of seven million people yet a Republican at a cross roads store will tell you he is without sense The recent election to fill vacancies in the Legislature of Indiana brought sweeping gains for the Democrats and indicate victory for the ticket in Novem conI apolis Star the leading Republi canp prof that State to vir tually concede the loss of the State to its party in November andto place the blame on the Fairbanks and Hanly machine where11th out with less than 300 this time In another wbrethe haIa Bke majority the DemocratS were elected In View of these arelrreturnsand confidently 1leye theywill caJ the State bYaheavY ma r l ritf and Rte h hransvir uy ricoU i gl a the iipii lp election bnr ijj pe and enthusiasm to ourranksiand 4 nt tO the tor x s aY tk tf t VV V SW i s r r xV t l rlru ds i 4Li5Iiy r Mr W R Hearst is pitching firebrands into the camp of his enemies and seems to have no respector o fpersons or parties His acqusation against Senator dynaI sternation As a result of his charges Mr Foraker will be eliminated from the campaign both State and National He has already notified Mr Taft that he would not attend the Republican rally in Cincinnati where he was scheduled to deliver an address introducing the Presidential nominee Breeding There will be quartly meeting here Saturday and Sunday Corbbett Breeding has gone to Nashville Tenn Miss Anna Shive of Rugby Was the guest of Miss Mina Breeding Saturday night Ella Hoyse visited Elsie Fordge Saturday night mr Robt andr AraStrapgeof1+ DJurtc Fji dat1I Mr w A illisf1ndwifeare- boardingithMr find Mrs John jtt f a tt I 1f So 1mR8Q n to horse atte ded lstdvr of- court frmthm Atvar r r LRhuv s DillonJohn R G Breeding and G B Breed ingIMr Lewis Reece was at this place Sunday Paul Breeding started for Hills boro Texas Monday morning Mr and Mrs Jim Taylor visited in Columbia Saturday and Sun d aYeiBro Walker of near this place closed his eyes cold in death last Friday evening Drs GTand H B Sinpsdri5 were in Burkesville Saturday Our school is progressing fine Miss Estell Willis being our ji teacher th fl4rMwere the guest of MrsJmlSimpson and Mrs Kin jar As this is my first appear I Will ring off 1 ySPREACHING NEXT SUNDAY Iir 1 J N Walbert Harroda Fork t W H G Sandidge Edmontoii t t kJbOrOz 4 t fl Pierce mir Forts t C oiJf TImer r Lffi l t iMM1ATWfti f g J A It P2iRidiJ R Craw ord Columbi ri Creek j t 1 ts r yrtt t 1IK s r c i 1W j j f f f ir i I dE ADAJRGOUNT lSIftWS 5 a advance in leather in grades 10 to 15 per cent advance That advance will effect out prices Weve enougji shoes in our the best the U from we them direct made fthe best material can be to the trade this tqwn the 6 months the prices on a majority of the shoes will lower than you for the last two years Now We take so much space to to you shoes if not Know that we can give you shoes for your money than anybody else Personal i Mr Calvin Neal washer Monday Dr Z T Gabbert was Monday Mr Henry Aaron of the Liberty bar is here Mr J Lowe will be in this week Mr J W Flowers went to Louis ville Friday Mr GR Holt Campbellsville was here Monday Dr C D Moore wash from Cane Valley Mondky Mr R FfRowe was een upon thev square Monday Mr Phil ts Dunbar returned from Louisville Mr Elzy Young w rardpanatin the big show Mr John McFarland Rowena was here last Sunda- yMrlJatthew Taylor was in town the firsife the week J Mr G W Dillon was mixing with the crowd Monday W H Wilson Harry Harvey went to I ouisville Sunday DrS A Taylor and Mr Zach Taylor were here Monday Mr J D Sharp was here the first of wee from Afnandaville Mr Porter Squires Portland was in town the first of the week MrW J Edrmgton Cane Valley was hee the first of the week W T was here from Estp hands with his friends J Dr J H Grady was mixing with friends here the first of the week Mr J W Sublett and P H Bridge water were here from Cane Valley Miss Katie Russell returned from lyisit to Greensburg and the Mam m6thCave Mrs Clayton Pansli of SumlejrIand county a oMrstG is visiting in Columbia Mr W S Griffin Hatcher a former Adair county met many of his old friends here Monday F W Wade and W D Stephens Russell Springs were fiere looking the fine mule colts Monday Mr W A Garnett and Mr Cohdy Blair were in the Adair county delega to Louisville last week Mr J H Hammons and wife Fair play will attend the Tennessee State Fair at Nashville this week Mr Jo C Philips and Mr Sam Mack jn Lebanon were here Monday looking for walking horses and mulesIMr Goodman wife and Mrs John McFarland mother of of Mrs Goodman took in the State Fair Mr W R Workman who was a student in the Lindsey Wilson four years is here mixing with his friends Mr Eris Barger will Columbia this Tuesday afternoon and will be ready to assist the boys in the great game Saturday Mrs Mollie Williams and little grandson Campbellsville are visiting m Columbia stopping at home of Mr J T Page Mr W S Knight cashier of town Bank L 0 Phelps J H Phelps Misses Myrtle and Phelps all of Jamestown Mra J H Payne Russetf were here Sunday en route to their respective homei frbm lleStatP Pair b4l Jil Jdr LenSp 1dngaW1fe d ljtfl 8OD i atfe dayiin t oIurrijiaIKr S alrlihg fL Miw Belle Putnamijaaaujfh6crMMn N H pDDam IY fYerIII1Wlthj 0u t j JNEL j 1AL i 4BQ TSJ gOESi t s J itr I J t t tfcnfe s sii or the rear is fast approatJim in whjdi you will haye to cbnsicter the quwboftof Layin in your Winter Shoes Shoe Leather and Shoes have declined somewhat in price within the last eight months during the de pression in pries we gave large orders to Fac tories the goods haVe been made for iis have been and are now in our store ready for your inspectonand now comes the infor mation that there has benwithin the last days sharp some not got house made by factories in Si whom get and that had supply of for next and be have had would not talk about we did better here D Nashville has and the Selby shaking Monday has sister citizen at tion GT ago reach the James Cazzie and Springs J received 30 that occurred in Columbia in her child hood days She has met a number of her fathers and mothers old friends and expresses herself as being perfect ly delighted with her visit Mr Tate Turpen was in Louisville a few days ago Mr T 1 Smith spent several days at the State Fair Mr Robt Young of Burkesville was hare last week v E L Feese was visiting relatives at Cane Valley Sunday iMr W R Hoskins Campbellsy ille spent Sunday in Columbia V rMrJuB Barbee was at the St te- Fair two day of last week Mr J V White has returned from a few days visit to Louisville Mr Er JY Jebb of near Russell Spfingswashefe Satur iayV Mr R L Murrell attended the State Fair a few days of last week IMessrs EE and C T Cheatham Bakerton were here Monday Mr WD King returned from Cin cinnati last Saturday afternoon Mrs Josephine Rowe returned from Louisville last Thursday morning Mr Horace Massie and wife were at the big Louisville show last week Mr Henry Coleman of Lebanon was here last Wednesday and Thursday Mr J D Grider and son Owen of Russell Springs were here Sunday Messrs J H and Walter Goff spent two days at the State Fair last week Mr R H Price and Mr Ad Brad shaw are spending a week atSand Lick Spring t Mr MiSjpparks of Oklahoma is visiting relatives arid friends in the t County Mrs HenrvColemanrLebanon visit ed Mrs Braxton Massie a few days of last week Mrs Margaret Tucker who has been visiting in Jamestown returned home tiw iw r 0 Mr Ray Conpver came in Friday night after a two days stay at the State Fair Mr J W Allen of Lincoln county was in Adair last week with a view yof buying cattle Mr Scott Montgomery of Carthage Mo is hereon business dto meet his old friends Mr W D Frazier wife and children have returned from an extended visit to Pulaski Tenn Messrs RH Durham Claud Calli son and Perry Hutchison have returned from Louisville Miss Annie Faulkner who has been confined with typhoid fever for three weeks is better Mr Simco Dockery and MrtElmer WheatJ Jamestown were here last Saturday morning Mr N Faulkenburg and son Rus sell county were here Friday en route home from Louisville Messrs i H Young C S Harris R GMcCaffree and Jack Young took in the big show last week Mr J E Snow prominent merchant and miller of Russell Springs was in the uisvillemarket1ast weekIDr S N Hancock was taken quite ill one day last week but in aslort time he was up looking after his busi ness Mr James Coats editor of the Blue and White ia 4ent jniindey Wilion arrived from Tennessee last Thursday night vGVf Mr Lnpdiatf L iKe H 1erif R U shere Saturday on theirrtt1tt oiC frOmtiState Jt lU 11tJ tI7 Vrw iP1Ye riaLo ll lilt Hk theltt toait ft uli E 1Jf- l tockJ f mil rmarktt i JJ rZ 4 4Z 1 ff r1M J 7f i 1 RUSSELL CO1LL BEST CALICOES FIVE CENTS PER YARD Mrs Theo Pendleton arid Miss Sallie Pace of Toledo Metcalfe county in company with Mrs S H Mitchell vis- Ited the News office a few daY flgo Mr Curt Bell and wife of Red Lick were here Monday the former to pur chase supplies for his dwelling the latter to have some dental work done Mr WL Walker and wife left yes terday morning for the Cincinnati market On their return they will stop two days with their daughters who are in college at Georgetown Eld Tobias Hufiaker who is teach ing at Willow Grove Tenn met a number of his friends hera Monday Mr Huffaker is the Prohibition can did ate for Congress in this district Uncle Soloman Turpen Who has been visiting a brother and other rela tives in Tennessee returned home last Thursday evening The trip did not make him looK ny older smd if there is any difference in his gait it is a little brisker Messrs Mont Feese Jo Ed Flowers and Columbus Pickett were in Lebanon Wednesday and Thursday assisting the Campbellsville Brass Band employed to make music for a Grand Army meet ing At the close of the meeting Messrs Feese and Pickett spent two days at the State Fair t Rev J P Scruggs is spending a few days with his many friends in Columbia stopping with his brotherinlaw Mr James Garnett He stated to the News that while Mrs Scruggs had not entire ly recovered from her recent affliction she was almost well and that he felt sure she would soon regain her health She reinains with a friend at Lexington while Mr Scruggs w4 here Casey Creek Eld Leslie Bottom preached hereon the evening of the 19th and at 11 oclock Sunday morn ing Lonsford Jgabbert left heigy on the 14th for Bowling Green to enter the Business University of that city s S S Goode and W 0 Hen drickson two of our merchants were in Louisville a few days ago buying their fall and winter goods Mr J A Russell the super impendent of the Archball Wheel Company at this place has just returned from a visit to relatives and resumed business again Charlie Murrell of Columbia was here a day or two last week Charlie i d right good fellow Tom Faulkner is very near done surveying the Holey and Wilson creek pike The con tracts to build the road will be let in the next lew days Mr Faulkner says it is the best grade of any pike he ever surveyed Old manBillie Crock who lived on the road leading from here to Liberty dropped dead on the 16th iristHe Lad just been talking to preacher Hurjt in re gard to life beyond the raY He was 81 years 3 months and jLL a 1 l f 2 l lT rfjs i Ibr si K JSs eatJjfJ th 8chnlJ f 14 1avi plentj1 iaiQ4bt iwp a nLtroni presentihdicationi t 1 I Pff1 l jt t of a few big frosts but it isI meat and bread for some pupils children Absher i The diptheria scare is raging at this place Mrs JvBXave and daughters Fannie and Iva of Holmes were visiting at W P Dillinghams Monday Miss Nell Thomas spent Saturday night with Miss Bursha 1 Vaughan Several from this place attend ed theGamp meeingat Manns ville Saturday an Sunday Mr Chester Wright of Spur lington Ky spent several days with R 0 Dillirigham of this place Mr Howard Russell of Watson is attending the State Fair at Louisville Miss Bertha Dillingham was the guest of Mrs R A Cooley Saturday night Mr and Mrs BF Thomas visited at Mr Virgil Hurts Saturday and Snnday Miss Susie Kate Page of near Cane Valley was the guest of Miss Bertha Dillingham Sun day M M- Eld M R Gabbert filled his regular appointment at Egypt Saturday nighfanct Sunday bjit has changed his appointment aturjldayMiss Fannie Kenfro spent Wednesday night with Miss Bertha Martin The apple pealing at Mr Edd Breedings Wednesday night was largely attended and enjoyed by all present Mr JD Absher has had his residence newly painted Miss Virginia Bailey was th ple santguestoI Miss Alva Cave Sunday Mrs Ida Absher spent Wednes day night at Mr J D Absnerfs Mrs Elizabeth ooley and Mrs Mary A Brockman are visiting atfoiifley EJler J Mr B EFolevasirlSo e andlWednHev A Tl Chrisman of place is conducting a series of meetings at Mpreland Ky hlFarmersarbreaking ifceir ground for wheat in thIS ykinity I I Se eraloni is place attend aIsini3y t FairVieVJ Stindayi J I y Wi rt it Ust t tiw pJf furs dg MsSii e i ti t r M llL S1iV I1nd lda jlrlrt W rii iJi lSVV f Sfi N Jf y i7 0ur SfO k f Mens and Ladies Fine ShObS are immense We are showing all the newest shapes and leathers at prices from 5Qc to 1a pair cheaper than the city shoe stores n In Heavier Medium Grade Shoes and Work Shoes we are stronger than ever before We have largeNewpair as represented Our Shoe Department shows a great many good things that we can not take space to speak of here We cordially invite you to come and inspect our stock and see for yourself WILL SHOW YOU AND SHOE YOU WT Mitchell of Eli was here last week buying cattle Mr AL Foley was in James town Saturday marriage last Wednesday Rev J T Hughes officiating Miss Emma Flanagan of Wesley visited here Thursday night Thurlow Farmers are busy v cutting tobacco f I Mrs Alice Arnett and little son Worley were visiting at Mr Albert Taylors Sunday y Jr Mrs Laura Loy and M M Hood were shopping in Greens bury Tuesday Dixie the little daughter of Mr Lathe Henderson is very sick with fever Mrs Lizzie Peningtoh of lssj and Mrs rda Prescott of Hatcher has been visiting their sister Mrs G S Hood and other rela tives Mr John Durham has sold his farm to Tunie Bagby for 4000 Uncle Alex Jeffries died last Thursday night with a cpmpli i ca ion of diseases Mr Elbert Hood wife and son Paul of Greensburg were visit ling the formers uncle G S Hood Saturday night an Sun day Mr J A Wright merchant at tigs place is y ryck itli- malaria fever Mrs Lethia Shirrell of Blowing Springs is visiting her sister Mrs Ellen Gupton this week Quite a number from this place attended the State Fair in Louis ville last week Dr W B Helm and daughter Miss Blanche E H Henderson and sister Ada attended basket singing at Summersville Sunday Prof Woodward conducting the singingQuite a number from this place attended the farmers institutein Greensburg the 7 and 8th they all reported a nice time fr i i Dirigd i Foggy smoKyv weather is the order of the day Fodder pulling and sorghum making are in full blast now MisRO Stotts has been very sick with fever for the past few days iVenus Royse sod a work norse ito Anthony Stonejor H 50 Sanf ees iM pft3fduce rianj nt on g1if1i l weeJt d t A v s t istretWJt rtirgi1003 i 14 ffrt j t hiswf the1 r t f y J W JlcCli rJWJ M nhL L11 d Ltf f 4 5tr 1 i i t Childrens Shoes In addition to the well known Red School House line which is so favorably known to the trade we have the shoes man ufactured by the Godman Shoe Cor of Columbus 0and we can truthfully say we regard them the best line of medium priced goods on the market Fairplay community a day or so last week EIroy Roe Sparksville was here one day last week looking after sheep Mrs Mary McKinney widow of the late C W McKinney was granted a pension at 12 per month last week Rev Brake preached an inr teresting sermon at Independence last Sunday Teachers Association 1 i The Teachers Association tp beJield at Knifley ori the first Saturday in October 1908 j 1 1st Song r 2nd Devotionalexercises Les lie Bottoms 3rd Address of welcome U G Hovious 4th What phase of education is most neglected in our schools Gertrude Gabbert Annie Hovi ous5th The teaching spirit and the spirit of the teacher Eldridge Barger 6th Why does only fifty per cent of the children attend school WS Sinclair j 7th Where should we look for improvement to begin in the District or i nth e Legislature 1 Frank ftabbert N ON i j8th9 Ytffi d b th 1astLgisl tur R Moss 10th Hygene and Sanitation4 Dr J C Gose llth Discuss the value of myths for children Rena Cun diff 12th Value of games in school Annie Smith x 13th Do you teach map draw ing and why Lul Knifley Frona Christie 14th Value of State reading circle Mrs Shelton i Association will open atv tea oclock Trustees and patrons jjj of educational divisions are in w JKvitedj OSCAR SINCLAIR M Chairman Hi il rMr H B Ingram one of the best citi zens in Abair county will soon become a resident of Columbia He purchased Monday from Mr L B Hurt the resi dence in which the latter now resides for 2000 Possession will be given the first of November IfLast Sunday afternoon while Dr James Menzies mare was grazing in his yard his little son Thomas slipped out of the dwelling and going to close too the mare he was kicked in the breast Fortunatly the little fellow was only slightly hurt but his parents wwe 4 f l j WIiJeJ f iACard fThanks d ifif r i I f ff tUT e J to ext 0iU el t i tite d oJ f fIt and nlhbori who etp SMiTi ji lin UrIN b ce v m itbeliom tJ li j ai Il iG W iMA dF 7 fJ t t ji 2 i i iJii 11 f fr Iw4 p ew 4r 1rr t I c t w 6 THE A1iAIRCOUNTY NEWS41 I Sheridan on Bryan Never enthusiastic over Bryan and rather disposed tot adverse criticism we were never counted among the Bryan worshippers and we will not be so counted to day This however can not t prevent us from regarding Bryan as he is today and stating the opinion thus formed openly and aboveboard The like of Bryan has never appeared in this country before His greatness has grown upon the people and today he stands before them the most powerful r American who ever rose to emi nence either upon his own merits or through the heritage from somebody else No in stance has heretofore occurred nor can any instance be expect ed hereafter to occur in which the people have so signally ex pressed their confidence in any Than It is strange beyond conjecture complex beyond solution and intricate beyond demonstra tion Without office without patro nage without wealth Bryan has more influence in the United States today than any five men that could be named including both Roosevelt and Mr Taft What is it that has put him next to the hearts of the people we do not pretend to say It is beyond our reasoning and above our con ception Some say that he is loved like f4 Clay was loved others that he has magnetic power over the hearts of his partisans as Blame- had and more contend that he is revered But the truth is that neither the case of Clay nors Blaine nor Lincoln furnishes a parallel The love for Clay was largely sectional and partisn and I the affection of the masses for I Blaine was largely confined to the ranks of his own party Lincoln was not revered in his lifetime In twothirds of the f land of his great country he was unpopular after the assassins I bullet had made him a national martyr Clay had patronage andj represented wealth Lincoln patronage but he stood for the lowly and weak although he was not clearly understood until death removed the din and dust of the fierce combat in which he was vthe stern arbiter But how different with Bryant An humble citizen now on a little farm in Nebraska with no income except that of a platform speaker and not as much even as a clerkship to bestow he sits on his porch today influencing the courSe of more than seven millions of voters and shaping the destiny of the greatest re public the world has It is bossism it is everknownj the highest broadest prehensive leadership in the politics of nations Twice defeated for the Presidncvhis name is upon more human lips at this hour than any leader living or dead Mothers consecrate their duty bypointing their sons to Bryan old men withened in- the seasons of struggle and boys just girding on their armor pro nounce the name of Bryan as t illustrious and power ful champion of human liberty Whyjs it We do not know ft History furnishes no explanation JJr cederitiiare looked upin vani t r il t 1 t past Brings nothing tx ac t recount foi the pre ent in tHe matter of Ithe fiopuja jbeliefin J Spirit Paola 1 JanSSp 1 t f i f jdtf1 I P rJt i fl Hogwallow News Money talks Listen A relative of Tobe Moseley died of bad health on Gander cre Thursday Its the difference of1 opinion that makes the fellow think that you arewrong Luke Mathewsla went fishing yesterdav and caught three about that long- Washington Hocks will take his educated possum to the lect ure on wild animals at Rye Straw Saturday night Some of us have such hard times here on earth that we even dieandare buried with a sad expression on our faces Atlas Peck has put up some roost poles in his front yard for his ckickens to roost on while the sun is in eclipse tomorrow MissFlutie Belcher has a new hatx It has two large jay bird wings on iijand she is fixing to make a flying trip to Tickville- A ladder has been stood against the postofficeso that if anybody is on the roof when a fire breaks out they can climb down While riding his mule down the road therother day Sim Flinders got in a hurry and pitched off over themuleshead The only objection to going withoutyour coat in the summertime is that you have to carry your cigars in your pants pock etsThe Excelsior Fiddling Band created a very beautiful and touching sceneby playing right soft and low just as the moon was risinglastnight Pineapple as a Medicine The medicinal value of pineapples has recently been the sub ject of considerable inquiry among physicians and in Hawaii experimentsjhave been made to determine something of these properties It has been found that the fruit of the pineapple contains a digestive principle closely resembling pepsin in its action and to this is probably due the beneficial results of the use of the fruit in certain forms of dyspepsia On the casein of milk pineapple juice acts as a di gestive in almost the same man ner as rennet and the action is also well illustrated by placing a thin piece of uncooked beef between two slices of fresh pineap pie when in the course of a few hours its character is completely changed In diphtheritic sore throat and croup pineapple juice has come to be very largely relied upon in countries where the fruity is com mon The false membrances whichcause the closing of the throatlseem to be dissolved by the fruit acids arid relief is immediate t 1 Most Anything Dollar of 1858 is worth 20 Five hours are required to digest pork Dilatory Choppers Christmas is only four short monhs away A man With a silled head does not necessarily wear a large hat 0 Aiter October 1 you caIl send letters to England or Ireland for two cents I A soLnoteA1arge mihiber- of turkeys will be axed todinner- In ovember i leut two bare tf I f p l it f rft I Your fo Passing ShadowJ24 needed to a will It does not need tobe tested by a notary Bell Boy Heres the hammer you asked to have brought up to your room Clerk wants to know what you want it for Farmer Hayrick Consarn it I want to break into that glass case and put the light out Saying that the sun never sets on British soil is equally true as to domain of United States When it is 6 p m on Attoo is land Alaska it is 936 a m of next day on Eastern coast of Maine He is a man who sticks to every word he says Is that so Yes he stutters so Hay fever is said to be widespread in the JJnited States just now The symptoms are a hot head streaming eyes and much resort to pocket handkerchiefs Good antidote for carbolic acid is flour and water r Thomas Jefferson was Secr taryof State under George Washington McKinleys majority over Bry an in popular vote in 1906 was 849455 The autumnal equinox occurs September 23 at 6 a m at which date autumn begins Of all the languages English probably gives greatest variety of expression as its words are derived from many languages No terms other than unconditional and immediate surrender can be acceptedGen Grant to Gen Buckner in command of Fort Donalson February 16 1862 Fiveyearold James was tern porarily deprived of the use of one eye by a painful sty As night approached he said to his mother Mamma ID ha veto go to bed early tonight because Ii havent got but one eye to sleep with Delineator To Kinds of Thieves If a thief breaks into a farmers meat house and steals a ham the farmer at once sends for an officer and a blood hound and tries to catch the theif I the officer and blood hound are successful the farmer will spend his time and money in prosecut ing the man who robbed him On election day this same farmer will go into the voting booth and rfnark his ballot for an individ ual who is indisputably the pirateswhQjI andIvery your toapprehend the ham thief ryou would do well to let him escape and spend the time Jh trying to induce your friends to help you arrest thehand of the big Wall nsIthe f nn r Sun iR J iiitt t t i if7 Womens troubles throw a cloud over their lives whlchTeglectmay cause to become permanent Make yours into a passing shadow by taking a medicine that acts direct on your womanly organs the db order of which has caused your womanly troubles The right remedy for you when you havo headache backache nervous spells dragging pains irregular functions etc Is Wine of CarduiMrs R H Lawson of Sprott Ala irttes I suffered with female troubles for 12 years tried 4 doctors they did no good so 1took Wine of Cardui I have taken 18 bottles3eel greatly relieved and am better than In 20 years Sold by all reliable druggists in 100 bottles Try It WRITE US A LETTER The Way up is Open In realizing that most of the eminently successful of today have worked their way up from the bottom we are apt to conclude that opportunities were better when they got their start than they are now But the truth is that opportun ities are getting better all the timeThe progress of science and in ventionhas increased the oppor tunitiesa thousandfold and the right kind of man can find them wherever he seeks them ofIenormously creating opportun ities that never before existed All that a young man can reasonably expect is a chance to show what is in him Every man really creates the place he fills in the world Real opportunity lies not in outward conditions so much as it does within himself What is opportunity to one might mean nothing to another The young man who idly waits for his lucky chance to turn up is bound to be disappointed All chances worth having are creat ed To the one not fitted for them they are not worth having The question for any young man to consider is not whether a big job is ready for him but whether he is ready for a big job If he is he will grow into the job all right and nothing can prevent him I tis becoming a common custom in this country for sons dllgreatto put on overalls begin at the I bottom of the ladder and work their way up step by step r may inherit a big business butI he cannot inherit the ability to properly run it He must learn that like the poorest or lose the business It is well to remember that no man can really succeed except through his own work Work develops all the good there is in one idleness all the evil Work sharpens all his faculties and makes him thrifty idleness makes him lazya spendthrift and worse Work surrounds him with those whose habits are in dustrious and honest In such associations aweak man develops strengh and a strong a1iis made stronger The qualities of honesty energy frugality are mor e necessary Jo success than ever today but never before could they produce success more a bund Iitlv t PIa Paying Investment Mr John White of 38 Highland Aye Hpultpn Maine says Have been troubled with a cough every winter mncf gLas winter I tried many advertised remedies but the cough cipntin iiediintililiugh a 51k bottle of TJ rJ Kings New Discovery before that waa half gone be cough was all This winter the same happy result has fQl sowed a few dpBM once more banished the annuaj cbiigiu tam npsf convinced that pj KJIg5 New Decovry is the bestof alltcough and lung remedies A Uo5tJ AftMiVj51tvii c liiJt rfSsrJ t Jt zt- 0 Writ today for free copy of valuable 64tw sBook for Women If need Medical AdvIce describe your symptoms stating age and reply will be sent 1a rUliCseaad nvelopt Address Ladles Advisory Deut The Chattanooga Medldo Cfc Chattanooga Tena f 4 + P4 II The Campaign Is On 1 1 WHO WILL BE PRESIDENT I TO form your opinions and seep in touclivith i the progress of the campaign you will need firstclass newspapers We have made a special arrangement whereby you can get DAILY theI i f DAILY 1 WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL 35 i cFume Now UNTIL DECEMBER 1 1908 1 i This gives you a live metropolitan paper thrbiurgn H i j the campaign and the election Order today as sub J J scription will start with issue of day order is received J J No back numbers can be sent Or you can have r J t fTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS for Twelve months f and either or the above Dailies until tt i I December I for only 200 m Ii i This special campaign offer is in effect oril during June July and August and no subscription will be received at the reduced rate after August 3 Js under any circumstances r lf Send your subscription orders to this paper ti NOT to the COURIERJOURNAL or TIMES J e 4 Fifth Avenue i teliPIKE CAMPBELL MGR Refurnished Redecorated and Re medied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale +and Retail Districts Churches and c4i Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE i 4 FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN r AND WALNUT STREETS 4 Louisville Kenucky 44+ 4 1Completely Renovated Throughout Absolute Satisfaction Guaranteed 8 Enterprise Hotel 2 CHItS F CANS BROf Props y RATES 100 PER DAY 4 234242 E Market S- tf Louisville Kentucky Gone Forever I Three years ago an Allen County Ean farmer put His initials on a dollarbill The next dayhe went to the nearest town and spent it with a merchant Be fore the year was out he got the dollar back Four times in six years the dollar came back to him for produce snd three times he heard of it m the pockets of his neighbors Thelast time he got it hack was four years agov He sent it to ainatiliorHer lfouser 33e has never seea the dollar aince rnnltt never will That dpl r bill will neverpay any more 1 4ct JsM4lIV5k t1n A3 X tr t school or road tax for him will never build or brighten any of the homes of the community He sent it entirely out of the usefulness f f to himself and to his 1 neighbors when he sent it to the maid order house The I moral Tsl- Lr j v t inL1 r i jf i These are the days iyhen we needTto pyparticular Ittentioii to the house drains Lets keep i r t them as clean as a whIStle A pound of copperas dissolved in a IIoJloiwater nd Sf eQf 1 tti 1ed to flush the draiii evere i tAfp dayswill help a lot i i 1i if ii i S y t1 1 3 I Wwi p z Jw b jr I I t OP ffcj Hv v Si f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 7J rl wy t H Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING CAR LOAD EACH L f Studebaker y l iS Birdseli f 1- fIH i nilburn flt ji ==WagonsAear1dof Oliver Chilled Plows Acarloadof i Disc Harrows I A car load of Cultivators Corn PlantersI One = Horse Corn Drills andI Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade t LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINEt Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the LN R R r p Woodson LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky MalI orders promply attended to II r EXCLUSIVE SASH i DOORiswhatWeare f iconfining cur attention to Sash and Doorsi r4 we re enabled to carry a larger stock and a better- S ithan any othe house in the South t Send your orders to the Quick Shippers I KI EL UlinUCQ nn 2I52I 219 E MainSti ILOUISVILLE KY i 2 Dr James Menziesr fI- U OSTEOPATHY 71 If Hq CONSULTATION ANI EXAMlNATIOft FIE 71 f Columbia Kentucky EOfEO- KKFEEOfEE r j I IWhH Bteqk YOrBack EWhen you can get a KKK Ball Searing IE Wash Machine t1 4that aciiildlL years old lean J 4waaha tub of clotheS in siB- siimutiBBt Guarantee to a Jkewortvor money refunded i and f selection K r r 5 Office ATKESIIENCE 1 IWrite for prices on v New Way Gas aline Engines AddreseDept A I WW ICariof 7i Deblet atos1llouisviIIeIg Ii St 1 below Enterprise HoteL Phone Cumb 21C7A- Home2167FEEKfE 4 fi p f f I Jt5J fl fIt tJo f Jt j flI I JlrM lli F iI Wt 4 r i i rii i4 ig r y vJ lft I rsF 1 J J tfIS it V AWFUL l By the Time Taft Gets Through With Bryan the Democrat Party Will Be DeadS From The Springfield Sun Bloomfield KySept 3rd 1908 Mr Rodger Gore Editor Sun Springfield Ky Dear Sir and Frendlnave been read ing your paper for two years and some parts of it I like but political you are too strenuously turn ed and it wont do and you will some day find it out By the time Taft gets through with Bry an the Democrat party will be dead It is now dying and you will find out that what I say is true and then you will see that all of your articles was in vain Yours truly My Dear SirAnd you really believe by the time Taft gets throughwith Bryan the Demo crat party will be deadYou believe this to be the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth You not only believe it1 but you assert it you are pos itive are you And you are possessed of a knowledge which is yet hidden in the folds of the future Now may I not enquire of you the exact location of this wonderful fountain from which you have been sipping an elixir that enables one to delve into these mysteries I can not take your word in a matter so impor tant In the beginning of the world God Almighty dropped a Big Broad Curtain from some where out of the heavens and during all these centuries this curtain has concealed from us the events of the future There fore I can not believe that the power to see things in the future has been given to you I am constrained to believe that you are just an ordinary fellow and that you have not yet been endowed with the foresight of pruphecy The truth isI am convinced that you are hysterical that some sort of brainstorm has swept over you and excited your ego and that while in this condition you took your seat with pen in hand and proceeded to write what your excited mind believed was true I hope you are now better If you are not my advice is that you consult a physician Some times afflictions like yours develop into incurable diseases of the mind Do you not feelall run down 1 Do you chew your food well How is your appetite You may be suf fering of indigestion if so try table soda and castor oiltake both inwardlyIt Your letter indicates that you suffering of melancholia You must try to be happy aud con tented you must dismiss all unpleasant things from your mind Try to think no more that By the time Taft gets through with Bryan the Democrat party will be dead Perish such thoughts Look upon the bright side of life and see apples of gold in pictures of silver Behold the crystal dewdrops upon the petal of the jose and listen to the song of the brook as it wends its way through the blooming meadows leaping anlaughingand dancing while from the throats of the- swet singers great volumes of melody are poured into the lap of Beautiful Nature Npf such bJJsasy q predict wjllrliaiK pen Believe nve m y friend you are Jjust a little off the right sort of medical treatments and gentle nursing Vjn restore fUto a iormaJ conditioii Dont spend y9urtirne hinkingjf tcatastrophesr must vS SA lx i fefe5 ttj JT l r ittljm Cd f f Gi f r j t not believe that our beloved Re public will pass through such an ordeal God Almightyhas never destined the masses to such cru cial sufferingS Will you believe me now my friend when I say to you that nqt until every printed letter upon every page upon which is printed the Constitution of the United States has faded not until every printing press in the whole civilized world has rushed and crumbled and the art of printing is forgotten not until years have lapsedthemselves in to myriads of centuries not until the Declaration of Independence is sneered upon not until the name of Washington is abhored and the seat of our National Gov ernment occupied by a Monarch as mean as hell and as bloody as Tiberas will the Democratic par ty be dead Not until the devil digs through millions of miles of stone and iron and steel and melting lava and boiling water and takingthe wings of a mighty Demon flies through the air of the earth as a tyrannical herald on and on till the Chandelier of Stars is reached and there fastens his anchoring tail to the golden pil lars of the New Jerusalem and in his black brazonry defies God and Christ and heaven will the Democratic party be dead Doubtless you have never read the words of the inspired poet who gave to the world this beau tiful uplifting and exhilarating poem When the lion eats grass like an ox And the fish worm swallows the whale When the robins knit woolen socks And the hare is outrun by the snail When serpents walk upright like men And the doodle bugs travel like frog When grasshoppers feed on the hen And feathers are found on hogs When Thomas cats swim in the air And elephants roost on trees When insects in summer are rare And snuff never makes people sneeze When fish creep over dry land And mules on velocipedes ride When foxes lay eggs in the sand And women in dress takeno pride When Dutchmen no longer drink beer And the girls get to preaching on time When bilk gprts butt from the rear And arson no longer is crime When humming birds bray like an ass And limberger smells like cologne When plowshares are made out of glass And the hearts of true Texans of stone When ideas grow in idiots heads And wool on the hydraulic ram Then the Democratic party willbe dead And this country wontbe worth a dn Now do you not feel a heap better Can you not see how impossible it Ms for the Demo cratic party to die- Write to me whenever you feel these spells coming on and I will do what I can to soothe your troubled soul Try not to let any more silly notions buzz in your head Pinch yourself Get into afuss with your wife Turn loose a bumble bee in your trous ers Swallow a chew of long green tobacco Do anything to divert your mind Yours very truly ROGERS GORE The farmsyaste and neglect ed corners should be turned into wood lots where the farmer may grow Ms own posts poles fences and sawlogs It is decidedly worth while to keep all of the farm at work The owner pays taxes on all his land and is put bf pocket ifor whatever Js not earning rftim iomethihgi Further ygrowing a tree crop on land tnja1uto poor to ploWj the ualiotjie land itself isv im proved Forests addhumu s t- othi1letr1ng itsIj i r rt1 t t1 A SadDe th Qn Friday night September 11th 1908 Mrs Mary Foley cross ed the great divide relieving her of earthly pain She was the wife of Theodore Foley of Webbs X Roads and a daughter of Rev Wnu Wilson She died at the age of 22 Mary was a young woman liked by all who knew her As a child she was obedient as a wife devoted At a tender age she professed her faith in Christ living a Chris tian life She was a victim of consumption lingering quite a while before God called her to heaven She told her friends who were gathered at the bed side not to grieve but to re joice at her departure that she was going to meet one of her preceededIto us not grieve though we have sustained a great loss knowing that she has gained an eternal home beyond the skies R B FOLEY Resolutions of Respect At a call meeting of the Grady ville Baptist Missionary Society resoIlutionss 7th 1908 and near sunset Aug 13th 1908 in the Providence of an allwise Father Mrs G H Spillman and Mrs Stephen Asper two of our most worthy members were called from earth to their Heavenly Home there fore be it Resolved1st That in th e death of these t wo excellent Christian ladies our Society has sustained an irreparable loss ChrisIItianready for any service they could do2nd That we admonish our members and the children of these dear mothers to emulate their true Christian characters and be ready to meet them on the other shore 3rd That we express our heartfelt love and sympathy to the bereaved husbands the children andlfriends4th That a copy of these reso lutions be placed on our records and sent to the Adair County News and the Columbia Specta tor requesting that the same be published Mrs Sallie B Wilmbre Mrs Ella R Nell Mrs Maggie G Nell Mrs Emma H Kean Mrs Ella fG Robertson Committee How to get Strong P J Daly of 1247 W Congress St Chicago tellsof a way tobecome strong He says My mothes who is old and was very feeble is deriving ao mu Jb jitstonic andstrengthening medicine about it In my mothers case a marked gaul in flesh has resulted insomnia has been overcome and she js steadily growing stronger Electric Bitters quickly remedy stomach liver and kidney corn plaints Sold under guarantee af1au l 8Idrugstore 50c Iflima beansafterreacing the top fthep61 s throw out long wandeiig branches pinch iff the eri6 asa hint toJthejYine O tprjilts attentiontomhking i beans 14f k yf1 1 i 1tjfitft trh HJ W o i 6If r I t 4 l g j B 7l C M WISEMAN SON Diamonds and Precious Stones r Jewlers and Opticians H Special attention given =to work and all orders in ofgoods in our line li Oposite Music Hall 1321V Market let 1st S2d StLouisville Ky 3 D Crenshawj 1 Special Attention to Eyes Pistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am veil fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONE liALF MILE ON DISAP FRM OLUVIU POINTMENT Coffins AND Caskets I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be- sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to pa tronize myshop isE Snow Russell Springs fOR AGOOD MEAL VISIT TilE Manhattan Restaurant and Lunch CounterJ JTTO E YENT Prop 502 WEST JEFFERSON STREET- Opposite Court House Louisville Kentucky REGULAR jMEALS 20c JBEST COFFEE I J Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 Dr Jamas Triplet Dentistl t JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY WILMORE HOTEL WM WIllllO EI Pttopi FirstClassTable Good Sample Roomel JFeed Stable r Reasonable Rates Q ISDYIILUe KYl 1r Dunbar Bentiet 1iIIN JEFFBIES BUiLDING PHONETNO 40 RING 3i QLUMBIAn KENTUCKV They Take The Kinks Out I have3usedIrr ICings New Life Pills for many e rswith increasing satisfaction They take the kinks out f ftoA1 acbyit tand bowels Yrithoiit f fuss or frictionr aysN H Brown bf tittsfield Vt ruaranteeds satisfactory at Paulls drug itore 2S lr f lftt f 4 t it iir fV1Ifi t Yft t 0t I rT V w- rw EdLj fLi ww it4L djt J i 4 1s f 1 l f rk r x 5i t6 t 1 1 ii z 1 p fj n 4 Jj 8 THE AJ AJR COlJNT N Ws tOECloosaaO X tTOFARMtRLtKf1 Il t imill I find that I am f making more fuel that I I d 1 y 1 can use In order to utilize 1 1 i more fuel I will give I I rrz 38 pounds of strictly first 1- a class Flour and 11 pounds 1 I of bran per bushel for Ar t 0 0wheat and will continue r 0- 1 to do so as long as lam 0- g getting this extra fuel 1 a fl 1 will pay the highest I a ffiarket price for good 1 1 i WheatJ Itt I 1 iAfv 1 I I W R rIVERSiP a a JcocoaoaocE = Lumber and Land J f iL4 1 t i fC 1 I Ariybhe who liefds Framing or Barn pat terns Commons or Better cannot do betterw Sf Ct1 thanplaee you ordeb vyitft us We have a large stOCk of the abe mat rialandwilt be isold at the saw set pn the Page farm near Cane Valley or tiJamesrN Naylors farm1 neaioimbiaF t l J i I We will sell 240 acres of the James Page land near Cane Valley 40 acres in cultivation the remainder in woodland Two small tenant houses and a barn The grade of land is good s This is your chance if you want good land in a good community ata fair price I I 1 j WQ9d Masaic Flooring arid nk v Lumber CInc ByJ A WHITNEY AgenjtCoburg Kyi1 r r jtL iI- I J P J Hl H frt 11 J TOPEORLEi1AMER COUNTY I I fi iIt takes money to run a campaign and it takes a Igreat deal of it to successfully engineerone of national scope The present atitude of J1 imQratic excludes contribution from the powerful C orporation and trusts and consequently must rely on the loyalty 81patriotism ajichfreewill offerings of the great com people to meet the demands of legitimate campaign I expenses arid too sooner this is met the more life en 1 thusiasm and effectiveness will be given the work nec to win It is the duty as well as a privilege for perspn 5whb believes in and desires democratic suc J Iessary contribute to this fund A request has been that Democratic papers solicit for this purpose forward same to the National Committee We obey 1and suggestion and ask every true Democrat to help in- fight to Tjestore to the great bulk of the people their their privileges andthe blessings of a free gov i IrigQts Any amount from one dollar up will be cheer vedandpromptlyforwarded to the Commit I 1t Fill out the following and enclose your contribu ftion rt9k EDITORNEWS A f tr j Enclose find F rny contribution o t Democratic Campaign Ifrind f Name I bt S 1 i 7 IAddress ii t t I h t i 1 l f J 0 J l r t L t iF p iIto f ttY O 1 f J A Paylnglnveslmentb J MrjlJjhn White Gf38 Highland Ave jt Houkon Mkiiie aysflaVei ben trou bled with a cough every winter and t fJr spring Last winter l tried many ad J vertised remedies i but thcgh contIn iJ uea untili bought a 50c bottle 1f IJJr Z KflN W Discovery before that was j 0tJt iijt S5s It 1 i t tlriii i t r thtflL 1f fCp i iI ij t Jhalf Ltt iUgJi0W all gone winter tb same result has fOl lowedafedoseson e more banished the annual cough 1amnoWconVInced that Dr Kings Ne Sf M remediesSold r tore 1 50pindtLK Trial freeS ttlJzV1oi Oiir4 A1 J jIJd r l1l4j l iradyvillc t Oiik FSZ i t V Tile weather has been very warm herefor the past few rViayaOur people are complaining of the dry weather at this time Mr J D Walker of Colum bia was shaking hands with his many friends at this place a day or so last week Mr J Cager Yates of Brad fordville was shaking hands with his many friends at this place a day or so this week Te have daily mail direct from LouisVille to our city now Thenew telephone line from thisplace to Columbia is corn pleted as far as Bliss Mark WIlsonand family spent- a day or so of last week visiting relatives in Columbia Mr Geo H Nell returned from Cumberland county last week where he had spent several days looking after cattle Our farmers are taking ad4 vantage of the good weather and a majority of them haTe their crops of tobacco cut and housed George Akin one of Sparks viiles best citizens was in our midst a few days ago arid re shap1inhere that he hacl one of the best d f ii colts following hini that has been here this season It was a per feet moddle jn every respectt Our town was largely represented at the State Fair in Louis iI ville last week towit L C Hindman Jv A Diddle Strong Hill and wife Willie M Dr L C Nell and Prof Young Mr C Gowen one of thp lros7 perous farmers in the Cooj png community bought last weekf from M Wpoten of Sparkville his farm and business House for the consideration of 200g Mr A3 Gowen will jnqve to 1hftplace in the near future Mrs Millie Hill the welFknbwnj milliner of this city is spending this week in Louisville While1 there she wilt bjdy a nice stock of millinery ioods for 4hImar ket rtvii rurj 1 11r1 F etonJPI1ff9f our prosperous farmers ao well as stock men raised this year thirteen acres of burley tobacco aLai sg odas dias been grown inj this section of the country Pendletoh has the right kind of land for the weed aiitie cer thinly knows how to grow it We understand iscroPis not sold rsC H Yates is improy 8ii HT mg T jaf Married on the 13th Miss A- noItnintrie an accomplished r v daughter of Mr and Mrs Jesse Breeding to to J A Wheel- erRk1rge Breeding officiat- ediWMrs Wheeler will go to se keeping on their farm near Sparksville in the harJutlre Mr Warren Moore one of the most prosperous farmers of the Weed community happened to a very serious accident one dayJ last weekpy falling from the top ofhis tobacco bun breaking his collar bbnerand mashing his shoulder up very Jbadly Dr LI1 Q Nell wa U dint p9jJi t the broken limbs I1lr Moore is do ing ver3 welL r t Died on thelSfeMr Asper withai diseases r She was seyeivty gears of lafg arid had ben an ihvalidf for several yearsiOtwithtanding this she bore her afihictio s with- greaffOtfitud 1I IIISh GijP1r fJIit I 1JfF4Ii1o- 1i15J K cl if 1 strict member of the Baptist church She was a Christiah in every sense of the wordand lived up to what she prof ssedHerf funeral was preached by Rev Wv B Cave and her remains were laid to rest in the Yates grave yard near where she lived She leaves several children and grand children with a host of relatives and friends to mourn their loss May God bless them in this their saddest hour of affliction Pcllham The health of this neighbor hood is very good at this writing 1 Mr H G Smith is making up his cane this week He is the first to make in this country Mr Henry Simpson is the championtobacco man He cut and housed 400 stickes in one day i Mr Will Edd Squires and Ben Hutchison were visiting in Taylor county last Saturday and Sun day Mr Hard Smith and Luther Murray were visiting the San Lick Springs last week Mr James Tucker andwife and two children of Columbia were visiting Messrs James and Clay Suddarth last Saturday and- Sunday i Mr John N Squires sold a bunch of hogs to Owen Hardesty for51 cents per pound JYfiv Scott Todd and Charley Browning pacsed through this section this week en route to Cahipbellsville t o deliver their mules to jlr Hens I Miss Ida Smith purchased anew organ last week from a Mr Debar of Campbellsville Mr Ernest Cundiff John and Rue Squires attended the State Fair last week 1frIIGeorge Todd had a house raising last Wednesday Several frohv this neighborhood attend ed j Miss Kate B Squires returned i horiSS Saturday night She will pn1up her stock bf millinery at Cane Valley atatrrearly date Those who desire a beautiful hat will have togo earlv i Miss Ju1i Penickj of Cane Val ley attended preaching at this place Sunday f Bro John Rice filled his regu ar appointment at this place last Sumday We regret that he cant preach here any more Rue Squires left Monday morning to commence his school again as the diptheria has about played out in that neighborhood Mis Willard Huffaker will cOniD enc C1i er school at Hutchi sons scHool house Monday morn ing whichiahas been closed for two weeks on account of dip theria alr gr Mr Frank Shepherd is very sick at this waiting Sam M Suddarth who has been taking a telegraphy course is progressing nicely All young men and ladies who wish to I study ought to start as soon as possible Mr Joe Will Arnold and Miss Elsie Bault stoled a march on the old folks last Tuesday arid sllg111iyo ng I iurle I s othottJst- fiy 11di tliUfti 6lI y In memory ofnttle Wi1ii AI1e- nIutcliisonthe tj oldest 8011 Mr art4 rors flick H chih LlttIJ Ah len wazb i March 15th 1901 nd died September pthl Qf i i k ii 1 t ti i t 1t 91ift Ji tittf i 7 tr w 7 Cut Raters on Every thing in the Drug Limp Mall Orders Prompt ly and Carefully rifled at St Prices f Allorderssbippeclbed y they are received CITY HALL PHARMACY 6th JEFFERSON ST Opposite City Hall = DRUGS =PW Quinine in oz bottles 35 ds P W Quinine in 02 boxes 30 cts Peroxide Hydrogen 4 oz bottles 10 cts Peroxide ydrosren 1 lb bottles 25 cts Seidlitz Powders 1 doz each iu a box 15 cts = RUBBER GOODS =2 quart water bottles SOc 79c 89c 98c 125 2 quart fountain syringes SOc 79c 89 98c110 125 1 35 J All our rubber goods are guaranteedi If in need any article in the line write and give us an tunity to save you money We give Trading Stamps ordering mentionvsame Prs Ky diptheria Allen was a bright little boy and was quick to learn any thing He was always very thoughtful when he could see his little brother just two years old in danger he would call to mam- ma to come and get him His voice is still we cannot hear him no more 0 He is singing with the angels on the golden shore Well weep not for little Allen his spirit hath fled His bodyIies sleeping he is not deadr v r Though ibsthere below he dwells with theblesseaa With all the glad tHrongstfiithe heavei From afflictions and trials his spirit set i K v f eS Hath winged its flight vhdmewarcl his Savior to see v rr Well weep not for Allen heis happier than we 1 From this arth and its troubles he is haifrak jB j flC His Cousin ML C v Gadberry People are busy saving folder and getting ready for sorghum making SI r Mr GeOj Fraiikumr of Bogard Mo is visiting in Air county It has been several years since he visited hisold Kentucky home Mrslflpou attdiithie Loy spent 1astEjI layih Mrs Mary Gad + n berry i Your Kriiftey scribe statEdlast week Waf Mrs H B Ingran 51d had 5J tliIFebruary and began laving the first of August who can beat that Mrs Lv G MqClister has pullets that was hatched the middle of April and began laying the first of September Come again Knifley Mr Zack Darnell visited his brother Mr Frank Darnell near Milltown last Saturday nigjit and Sunday i Mrs Mary and Myrt Gadbeggyj visited Mrs Mattie Bennett last Monday r s Mr Austin Loy has moved fd the farm he purchased of Jeff Bradshaw L W Tabor and Geo iCeith swapped horses a few days ago I dont know but 1 giiess boti got beat Miss Bettie Gadberry of Columbia is visiting friends and relative at this place MiR T Gadberry and family homalllast1Suno i park I ted their daught r MrAA1oiin7iastcSath- rday ih lf i I 7 tj Crdcus l iiJ T ehfJ tt to p The school heihasheen distJ f ssf Brfc the account j of scar1a tina i Viv- peihy a little dau f w Iit t li J1j M I I iJ = TOILETS =ctsPackersctsHudnutsctsColgatesSOctsMennens ctsGossamer = PATENT MEDICINES = ctsI42ctsIS3cts of Drug Green When SAUTER ISAACS Louisville of restI gtrcofMrsr- ljrE Who Owes You 7 No natter who it is we can collect the account for youthat is if it can be collected at all We make collections where others fail on old and over due accounts Our fees are reasonable Write for rates particulars7 I KENTUCKY I LLECTING AGENCY Lebanon Ky WaterS A i p S 0 C N W A T E W H SoLt powe r Have your pant equipped with a SASON the greatest whet of the day Quaraiite actual horse= rt N powerwQrknians et Whe In neeld of New Plant or Powelr Connec = Vv tions ippiyfo v EL REESE jJ iXjr J estowntKy j aQa Mrs ftlli is f FSTt with typhoid fev rf- Mrw EliGrnthas been ill for several days Mr 0 Kelsay and wife are visiting the latter parents this week Mr Lovela Works left for her home in Texas last week after spending two months with her parents Mr and Mrs S ASJiAntle cMr B S Miller accpmpainedy his children to Danville f last week where they will enterv school There has been a protracted meeting at Glieriville conducted by EldZ T Williams Thereiii is great interest being manifested in these serviqes Mrs P try Bradshaw viited Mrs A Cblliils last week Mrs Lizzie Kir tley and soil Wallace of Joppa visited her father last week j Mr Jog Miller was in Get lumbili Wednesday t kVdt ai Jqe SQn r J of Mr an- dichCciii i Jslowlys cover rig from a severe case of- r eJM f fever Ji 4 x v v w Vauhait sold va s t and four jiro Sam Frk 1IHarVX r4 Ir r rJ grr7ii 1Jt j P t J 1 i