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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r v w I ii i q iSt Ii t t rA i P 1a1t UUUZU Wtc1 tIij j kf t VOLUME XI COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7 JI08 NUMBER 48Ij t ilt 4 J Work of the Grand Jury The grand jury for the Adair circuit court was discharged Tuesday of last ftweek after having been in session six days It returned thirtyseven indict ments classified as follows Breach of Peace 16 Trespass 4 jf Selling Liquor i 2 Weapons t 4 Assault and Battery y 1 ojvr Disturbing school Election I t Wreckless Weapons Jr 3 2Jtq SHog Stealing 1 Uttering forged Check 1 3Unlawfully carnally knowing ale male under sixteen years of age L A match game of base ball was play ed at Cane Valley last Saturday be c tween Joppa and the hptneteam The result was 12 to 11 in favor of Cane Valley It is our understanding that the clubs are now ven and will have to play another game which will be pulled off soon Mr Wm Coffey who lives in the Western portion of the county had six fine sheep killed by dogs one night last week Here is where the dog law answers a good purpose Mr Coffey will be paid for his sheep fIJ St lts Bros have started a sawmill below Gradyville They have a great fnuraylpgs on the yard They have also notified by a lumber dealer that iiMpSesires to purchase 300000 feet of T oak lumber t Jn the suit of Dave Garlih against the Executor of tne estate of the late Elr Watkins the jurygave the plain tiff p50 The suit was brought to TC cpVer 2000 for services rendered Wat kins in his life time Gen Hardin is a native of Columbia and he should be given a rousing re ception He will speak at the Court r house Thursday of this week Ladies are invited I IIThe tobacco crops throughout this have been cut and we are in formed that the quality is unusually good The acre age this year was larger than 4 lastvs ason The old gray mares were here last Monday with mules colts following them The colts went back home with the marespanicy times no buyers for the colts The Powell land which was adver tised in the News for sale was sold to 1 the hichest bidder Monday Theodore purchaser at 8100 PITimiJiixon and Dr L C I Nell spoke to a very small crowd here Monday Jn the interest of the Republi can party Mr Champ Butler is having his residence remoddled Mr W C Murrell went out yesterday to superintend the Inside work I Last Saturday was millinery day in Columbia Both shops were filled with untilLsupper Cows are no longer permitted to run r atJarge upon the square and streets of Columbia The Municipal Board has so ordained I firJ Opossums come in with the frost and t the boys who are fond of hunting them will have fine sport for the next few qr weeks Jt Mr W E Willis who made application to join tie regular army failed to get in He was one pound under weight Ladies hats continue to expand They are now about the size of an ordinary umbrella and are still growing E A number of Adair county farmers jare sowing wheat though the ground is considered rather dry for the seed fr4 CBe at the Courthouse next Thursday T Jtternoon Gen P W Hardin will ad ireas the voters of the county j Mr Will Rodgers who lives near jfcflltowri is lying very low with ap j p pdicite iAttention is called to the announceS L bent W L Walker paper Only a fair crowd in town Monday 1 I but little stock changed hands f Al lrlittle son lOfMr James Will Stone fying dangerously ill cal courtis in session and will several days 2tcyour work trthe G nbi a Iiui1ry 2t f sr J LE J IafS3 f Louisville Conrer ceg inThelabors at Owensborb Monday forenoon at 11 oclock The following are the appointments for Columbia district Albany L F PiercyhBear Creek J BurkesvilleA C Gentle Campbellsville Circuit J Li Jrrell Station J P Walker Columbia A R KaseyoCircuit Mont M v Summer Shade W C Christie wJainestownGMannsville R T Connell MonticelloW F HogardLPeytonsburgJ W Causon RennoxW A Beck SparkesvilleW B Terry Simple Hjli To be supplied pThornpkinsvilleD West Monticejlo Emory Pennycuff Rev T L Hulses name is not mentioned but we take it that he re- maInS as the Presiding Elder of the districtRev J T McCormack goes to J3rad fordsville Do not fail to hear Gen Hardin speak He will be at the Courthouse Thursday of this week Speaking Monday The Republican speaking here last Monday was rather a tame affair in point of cold facts and potent reasons Mr Dixon the speaker is a man of fair address and possesses some at tractive1ittings of a ampaigner but his knowledge of things and events could not make his audience either wiser or imore enthusiastic He had about 100 to listen while he claimed the earth and the fulness there of as an asset for his party His defi nition of Trusts was too thin to be ac cepted andhis defense of them to weak to be endorsed His eulogy of Mr Taft bordred on the things hoped for but neverexist while his denunciation of Mr Bryan was but a feeble effort made to capitalize his orelorn hopes of departing glory He held up tlje corps of prosperity and declared it to be living and predicted fearful conditions should Mr Bryan be elected He failed to tell the people how Mr Taft stood on the New Testament or whether his election wouldadvance the cause of righteous ness His speech was too weak to be a credit to a man sent out to enlighten the people on the great issues now be fore the people The Old Restaurant Stand is the place to leave your laundry if you want it done at the Columbia Steam Laundry 482t Mr Earle McGarvey son of Mr and Mrs J Will McG aryey left a week ago for Oberlin Ohio to enter the Oberlin Conservatory of Music for the study of voice and piano Mr McGarvey comes from a family highly talented in music and has great promise of success in the profession he has chosen Soon after his arrival inOberlin he stood the examination for a place in the Second Congregational Church choir of one hundred picked voices and was com mended by the choir director Mr Kim ball who is also his teacher for his ac curacy in note reading This accomplishment young Mr McGarvey writes is all due to the thorough training given him by Professor C F Croxton of this city Passing a fine examination Mr McGarvey who has an excellent baritone voice won a place in the choir which will be a great assistance to him in his musical studies Lexington Leader Gen P Wat Hardin will speak at the Courthouse next Thursday afternoon Come in every body Ladies are in vited Considerable improvement in pro JudgeWWin front of his residence the walk m front of Mr Allen Walkers home has been completed and Mrs Dannie Flowers making preparations to put rs1JesidEncThere isa disposition on the part of all the onIWill have to Spririsrl Oltv Miss Bettie backed over an embankment last Monday morning near the residence of Mr J N Coffey Fortunately Miss Bettie lhet1damag L For SaleRhodc Island Red cock 1 1 i k W L Walker j t fifj r4 p J 101- Eld W H Tinkerton who is an evan elist isdelivering strong sermons at the Christian churck the church build g being crowed at the night services more forceful speaker has not addressed a Columbia audience for years The speaker announced Sunday that it as his mission to save souls and that e was not working for any particular- denominationconfess your Savior and obey the command join the church of your choice Tonight Tuesday his- ubjectwill be Who God Is Come ut and hear him eyerysbody Mr J C Cummins sawmill which as located at Cool Sprjng in the estern portion of this county was consumed by fire last Friday night oss several hundred dollars Hon MRey Xarberr will be at home before the election We are informed that he has been solicited by rominent Republicans of the county to- eturn as early as possible and make some speeches in the campaign Mri Yarberrys father states that his son win not reach here before the last week hi this month The Columbia Steam Laundry is doing first class work and laundrying shirts at 8 cents collars and cuffs at IJ cents 482t Dr N M Hancock has about com pleted a very handsome resfdence at Cane Valley The floors Qf his porches will be concrete It is said that the residence is the most attractive building in Cane Valley Miss Tillie Trabue entertained the following couples at a six oclock din ner last Thursday J W Flowers and Miss Shannon J L Walker and Miss Thomas H T Baker and Miss Nell Rob Reed and Miss Jones Bud Stear manand Miss Elliott Ewing Stults and Miss Dixon The repast was delight ful and the evening happily spent Mr T B Pollard of Milltown and Miss Laura Turner whose home was near Columbia were married last Sun day afternoon by Eld ZT Williams the ceremony being said at the minis ters residence The News desirers to publish the social meets of the young people of Co lumbia but frequently gatherings are held the information not reaching us hence there is no mention made We have time and again requested that we be notified of such occasions There are phones allover town and there is one in the News office and again we re quest that whenever a family entertain friends or have visitors or any member of a family is going to leave home call up the News and give the in formation Russell County Farmers Institute will be held at Jamestown Friday and Saturday October 9 and 10 An inter esting program has been arranged and wellposted speakers will address the institute Farmers of Russell county should not lose the opportunity of hearing advanced methods discussed and attend in mass Read bills now being distributed over the county Mr Allen Walker has contracted with Mr J W Shaw for a cottage which is to be erected on a lot between Mr Goodmans sand Judge WW Jones residence The building is to be completed within sixty days The property has already been rented for next year as we understand t The entertainment at the Lindsey Wilson Chapel last Friday evening given by pupils of the primary depart ment was well attended The child ren were up in their selections showing that they are being well trained under their teacher Miss Thomas Pupils pf Miss Nells class furnished the music The Cooperation tr goftlIChristian Churches will Be held Shiloh beginning Friday night atI the fourth Sunday in this inpnth There are ab ut forty persons in the ichrous class at the Christian church The song service is half the battle and thexbeautiful songs that are being suns are drawing many people vto meeting who probably otherwise would not attend regular Mr Walter Ingram And family re- no= residents of Columbia and t are oc cupyig a home on Bomar Heights recently purchased of MiL It Hurt Ifeis Mr Ingrams calculation tp open his hardware store in the Isenburg corner about the 15th or 20th of this mtJi Ye gladly welcome i this fainily L frtllal Redman Rr McGzha cediinIy S f sweet potato growr- He hai left attbis offi e tO oneo whkh wiglted iiix pounds the other four poUfldL They are tI1eerm li a 4 i t 5 l I ti4fI rS riq 1lr rr3t tj 2 r Berriford= Read Miss Altah Clyde Herriford of Colum bia and Mr James Seay Read of Nashville Tenn were married Wed nesday evening of last week at six oclock in the parlors of Dr W DinBeauchamp pastor of the Fourth Ave nue Methodist church Lonisville Mendelshons brdal march was being played by Miss Bess Holladay as the bridal party entered the parlor H B McGuines private Secretary to Con gressman Hull of Tennessee rvedas- best man and Miss Laura Herriford as bridesmaid The guest were Messrs TB Read brother of the groom Carthage Tenn JJ Gore Surveyor of customs at Nashville Tenn and Mr Charlie Her riford brother of the bride Mr Read is Superintendent of the Ryman Line of steamers formerly of CarthageTennMrs the daughter of Judge and Mrs G T Herriford of Columbia and is one of the most popular young ladies of her town She has a host of friends she has won by a gentle dispo sition and charm of manner Mr and Mrs Rad are on a Southern trip stopping at New Orleans They willalso visit Columbia before reaching Nashville November 1st to spend the Winter BB Do not forget that Gen P W Hardin will speak in Columbia next Thursday Turtiout everybody and hear him t Theservices at the Christian church are being largely attended Interesting sermons are being delivered and the sTone service is delightful Miss Depp of GJasgow who is leading the chorus has been highly complimented by the many who have hoard lier The meet ing will coptinuefully two weeks and people liviiig out of town are cordially invited to come in Mr J C Tucker who has been teaching telegraphy in this town has dismissed his class and will with his family return to Fort Worth Texas It is said that he understands his busi ness but he did not have pupils suffi cient to continue his school i Mir Bv L Conover will please accept the thanks of this office for a mess of very fine sweet potatoes Mr Conover cropthisWanted Ginseng Golden seal arid other medi cal roots Write me what you have WN Long KyIWe learn that Taylor county has more tobacco this season than usual superiorqualitybought and prized over four hundred hogsheads He is now buying this years crop and expects to prize over five hundred hogsheads beginning next Spring Born to the wife of Buck Chapman Sunday the 27th ihst a daughter Mr tJSHaYnesof Clarksdale Mo who bought a number of Peacock colts here during the Fafrwas here last Thursday and received them He paid from 12500 to 15000 per bead The colts were shipped to Clarksdale and will be on exhibition in that town the 15th inst Died Mrs Let Shirley who was the wi- EofMr e Geo Shirley died in the Mill town country last Sunday nigHt She was a nativ of Green county I Mr Tilden Calhoun who lives near Milltown met with a serious accident last Thursday forenoon He was as MrGeorgewith his hatchet thetool glanced strik ing hisleft hand amputating the index finger The Adair County Farmers Institute will be held in Columbia Tuesday and Wednesday the 13th and 14thilistAll persons interested in progressive farm ing are cordially invited to be present This is the season of thE year whe fl farmers are cutting their stock peas a feed tlathasbecomeqlitepoptllaiinA- dailcoullty Columbia Lodger Nb 96 Fv and A frwiU meet in regular con vocation neXt Friday night There will proba bly be work in the Eellowcraft degree Rev Ai R IKase i ilf preachat the Metxjist cn rch next Sundayfore oP l to the wifeof Bud OctoberGtb a son ban citnuar e peandtbey are 1 d tobepliififu1L it Jt cp rKitJQ iIr i ir i7 T 7 I Personal Mr E V Miller Crocur was here Monday J bMrLebanon Mr E G Atkins is on a business trip to Louisville Miss Elizabeth Rowe is visiting friends in Glasgow Mrs P C Bell of Boyle is visiting relatives in Columbia Mr James Feese visited at Pellyton Saturday and Sunday Mr Rollin Hurt is attending the Metcalfe circuit court Mr U S Etaynes Clarksdale Mo was here last Thursday Judge M O Scott of Edmonton was here last Thursday Mr R H Durham has returned from Campbellsville and LebanoncMr A B Gowdy Campbellsville is spending a week or two in Columbia Mrs W R Myers who has been quite sick for two weeks is improving Miss Ada Frazier of Pulaski Tenn is visiting her brother Mr W D Fra zierk t Mr Luther Williams returned last week from a trip to Oklahoma and Texas Mrs Cora Smith mother of Mrs J F Russell has been quite sick for several days Mrs Nannie Butler of Orit Mo is visiting at the home of fe Albfn Browning Dr A M Rowe and wife who have been visiting in Hart county returned a few days ago Mr AH Marshall Campbellsyiile made his regular triy to Columbia the first of the week Rev A R Kasey and Rev LTHulse are expected to return from Conference to day MrsJ D Tandy and daughter of Franklin Ind are visiting the family of Mr R E Tandy Mrs L L Rounds and daugher Miss lone spent several days of last week in Burkesville Hon J F Montgomery and Mr MI Cravens made a business trip to Webbs X Roads last FridayTMr Elam Harris of Esto left here Monday morning for Cincinnati wfrere he will enter a dental school Mr W H Russell and wife of Co burg were here last Monday Mrs Russell to have her ears treated Jir O W McClaskey representing the J I K Threshing Machine Co was here last Friday and Saturday Mrs Sam Lewis who has been visit ing relatives in Glasgow for the past four weeks returned home last Wednesday Mr Geo H Gowdy President of the Columbia and Campbellsville Turnpike Company was here the first day of the month Mf C H Yates called to see us Mon day He reported that every body in Gradyville was pursuing the even tenor of its way Miss Mamie Depp of Glasgow who is leading the chorus m the meeting at the Christian church arrived last Wed nesday night Mr W T Moore Cane Valley one of the best citizens in the county was here Monday for the first time for sev eral months The little daughter of Mrand Mrs P V Grissom who had a slight attack of diptheria has recovered No other case in Columbia Mr M F Dudley and family who resided here left for Oklahoma last week They have the best wishes of their friends here Dr IN Page will leave for Monti cello next Saturday Mrs Page who has been in Monticello for severa weekswill return with him Miss Jesse Willis who has been visit ing her sister Mrs Olie Conover for several mpnths left for her home ii California last Saturday morning v Mrs Mary Mendenhall Mrs Apia Diller and Mrs dall cousins of Mr EH Hughes will arrive fidm Spririgfielid IlL this Tuesday vei1t irfg 1 v Mr Cassius J3re dingwho1has had ar long spell of typhoid feverts consi4rei better by liis physician Mrs J S Breeding who has been it the dside oTher son hasretuithdhome Mr Scott Montgomer rho bbeer n here on business for LQr twlvedy left yesterday thoniag for his home j Mo He 7- Mr Mont Feese who expects to be absent from home two weeks Mr B T Neat arrived from Elida New Mexico a few days ago He brought one of his daughters who is in ad health and who he will leave here nder treatment of Drs Russell Hindman Mr Neat will return in a few days Mr Sam R Wheat and wife of nearS visitingheretheir home Monday morning Mr Wheats mother Mrs Ellen Wheat of this place accompanied them She will remain in Texas during the Winter Mr P J Lovelace who has been in Kansas for four weeks reached Columbia Friday night en route for his home Russell Springs In talking to a Newsman he said I saw some mighty fine country while I was gone but old Kentucky is my home the balance ofmy days Mrs EW Reed and daughter Fran es left Monday morning for Louisville In the city they will meet Mrs Lou Miller mother of Mrs Reed and all the party will return to Columbia the latterJpart of the week Mrs Miller has been visiting in Minnesota and Chicago 111 j for several months Mr W F Foster and wife and Mr Henry Grant the two latter being a daughter and son of Mr and Mrs WI T Grant Bonnaville Hart county and who have been out on a visit left for their home Panama Zone last week accompained by Dr Lewis Grant wha f will practice dentistry with his brother DrJas Grant in the Zone Mrs Foster is a niece and the gentleman named nephews of MrI F and Dr Jas Triplett this place iRowenaon a trip to Oklahoma and Kansas reached Columbia Thursday night en reportsthatStates and that land can be bought 1 cheap but he prefers to remain in Ken f tucky At Belle Plain Kansas Mr Stephenson and wife stopped with Mr S R Price a former Russell county gentleman who has been very success ful in the West He owns 640 acres of r farming land near Belle Plain valued at from 7500 to 10000 per acre STOCK ITEMS Mr Cris Stephens sold J F Pendle ton a nice bunch of young cattle last week 16 in number for 450 00 Grar dyville cor 000 C M Brown sold one cow to J M Barnes 16 Leslie Sullivan sold 1 milch cow to C M Brown for 30 G O Barnes bought 2hogs of Lander Loy price 800 00 Tr L B Cain sold two mule colSto JtA Diddle for 16750 two toJ C Do honey for 140 00 I 000 j W Allen of Lincoln county bought cattle in Adair county week as follows Ten from AD Todd 11 from Murary Bros 8 from Richard Dohoney 4 from 3 W Simpson 2 from Robt Simpson 2 from Miss Fannie Holladay 2 from H B Garnett 3 from Will Smith He paid from 3 to 3J cents He says the cattle are the bestinthe county x t 4threewill weigh from 500 to 700 poundsir Both nave Short horns Will pay for f 1 their return I Holladay472t Circuit court is now in session at Ed monton The Russell court will com mence the third Monday I Farmers arejjiow busy cutting corn and preparing ground for wheat t Twentysix days until the November election The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap test Church have a drugget and two smaU rugs for sale Apply to Mrs Bettie Butler I Wanted A second hand baby carriage in gobd condition iJ d lIrsJJ Crawford f 1c5IIJ4I First class good az Sf new k j 47im Myrtie Squiresi il jf For SaleA nice 2 year old sJ equirrelnire 15 hands V b i tir iHtt 1 J jf 7f Srt- h il 4 r Jt t tq f ei i 1 2 THEADAIR COUNTY NEWS CALVES CONCERT TOUR She Will Sing More Than Two Hun dred Times This Season Mme Emma Calve the worlds greatest Carmen recently began a con cert tour covering the United States and Canada during which she will sing more than 200 times Mme Calve Is so fine an actress that should she ever exchange the lyric for the dra matic stage as she once threatened she would in all probability repeat her operatic triumphs She is so fond of acting that her concert tour was somewhat of a surprise It will always please me better to act than to sing she said not long NA Copyright byIA Du Pont MME EMMA CALVE onthemore sway In opera no matter how big the individuality the artist must measure her ways She cannot get away from the onetwothree beat of the baton She cannot be all of her personality The music with its rhythm holds her back She is the slave of the composer But when she acts without music she can be what she acts Mme Calve a few years ago had her tomb designed explaining that she shuddered to think of the bility of being burled amid inartisticI surroundings also that she did not wish to give her mother the trouble of having a headstone made for her Two statues of the prima donna herself flank the tomb one as Ophelia and the other as Carmen A VENERATED FIGURE General Booth of the Salvation Army and His Farewell to His Dog The venerable head of the Salvation Army General William Booth who has started on another long evengel istic tour this time in South Africa has a tender heart and likes animals as pets On starting from Hadley t England for his journey to Africa he said goodby to his favorite dog and the beautiful and intelligent animal seemed to realize that the parting was to be a long one General Booth will soon be four score and his long white beard makes him seem very patriarchal but his t fn v GENERAL BOOTH SAYING GOOD Y TO HIS FAVORITE DOG AT HADLEY energy and ambition are almost equal to those of a youth Not long since It r was reported that he contemplated re tirement as commander in chief of the j Salvation Army but his ptesent plans do not look like it His African toutf 4 will last several months and will take him to regions of the dark continent where travel is by veryprimitive meth i ods such as bullock wagons and where the ro dstireveryrQl1ghSu hQJs comforts never the founder and head of the Stlvatlon Army from dolifg what he considers his duty He uffers much inconvenience just now Cfroin cataracts of the yis and underc hee circumstances his courage In tin I fcaklhi iio exhtnstinir ft femr is gfeat jlrf1 t Golden Jubilee Of Pope Pius X Roman Pontiff Is Plato In Tastes and Democratic In Character How He Helped an ArtistPriest golden jubilee of the pope THE is his celebration of the anniversary of his ordi to the priesthoodhas oc casloned the telling of many stories Il lustrating the democratic character and kindliness of heart of the Roman pon tiffOne of those who have been privi leged to form an intimate acquaintance with Pope Pius X is the Rev R Gerrer an artistpriest of Chicago Father Gerrer painted the only por ottheIVatican The greatest artists known throughout the past centuries have esteemed it a mighty honor to have the head of the Roman Catholic church sit for their brush Only the master painters of the world have succeeded in having their canvases permanently placed yearIFather Gerrer painted the present pope His fame had preceded him to the Vatican all the way from a secluded mon astery In Oklahoma When after the proper presentation of credentials he craved the supreme pontiff otthe church the opportunity to use his hum ble brush a few moments for a few days the pope gave him an audience and smilingly said Not a few minutes my son Not a few minutes You shall take your time All the time you need We shall let other things wait You have a God given gift You shall paint me and in timeI was in due time com pleted and has since received the highest praise The sittings gave the rev n II POPE PIUS XINHIS GARDEN erend artist an opportunity to study the great man who heads the Roman Catholic Church as few have been able to do and he describes him as a man of humility and simplicity The eucha ristic congress in London with its con cluding ceremonial of an Imposing street procession has called attention recently to the elaborate ritual and gorgeous spectacles incident to the rites of the church which Pope Pius X leads His holiness conforms of course to the traditions of his church in such matters and when the public sees him it is generally in his robes of ecclesias tical state surrounded by all the dis tinctions of his sacred office But in private he Is a quiet unaffected gentle intPortraits of his holiness do not do him justice as when speaking his ex pres Ion is Indescribably kind If at times his face shows that the triple crown presses heavily his vigorous constitution and strength of character coupled with a knowledge of the loyal ofIsponsibilities of the holy see When the weather is pleasant lie finds much enjoyment in the Vatican gardens These lie back of St Peters and the Vatican A ramble of two hours barely covers their area Great thick high hedges of myrtle shade many of the pleasant walks and fill the air with a pungent fragrance Bronze and marble statuary decorate gently rising slopes A writer whO recently saw the pope at the Vatican thus described the scene As he entered it seemed as if all pres ent had ceased to breathe so intense was the feeling of reverence which welled up at the first glimpse of the prisoner of the Vatican After casting a kindly glance of welcome upon all he walked around the large circle giving to each one his ring to kiss And as one after another kissed the fisher mans seal young men were seen to botholJit go old men bent their white heads agamst It while loving anxious moth ers petitioned him to bless their cliil di I11h9n lie was standing Jii the Center jpf the rOom blesslhjr us and our friends and In i few inoEiieife had passed out the memory of hls presence remaining likr a gentle benkwti l c kirfj k4- i A4 t try t A sXXsX3sXs I 10 PEOPLE OF ADAIR COUNTY I 1- I j It takes money to run a campaign and it takes a Igreat deal of it to successfully engine r one of national scope The present atitude of the Democratic party excludes contribution from the powerful corporations I and trusts and consequently must rely on the loyalty 1 patriotism and freewill offerings of the great common people to meet the demands of legitimate expenses and the sooner this is met the more campaignI Ithwnasm and effectiveness will be given the win It is the duty as well as a person who believes in and desires democratic Iessary forIcontribute to this fund A request has that Democratic papers solicit for this I and forward same to the National Committee We suggestion and ask every true Democrat to obeyI Ithis fight to restore to the great bulk of the people nd the blessings of a free gov one dollar up will be cheer Irightstheirrivilegesa forwarded to the Commit and enclose your contribu l tion EDITOR NEWS Enclose find any contribution to Democratic Campaign Fund Name t II Address JIL A family Mix In the early part of the last century there lived in an old New England town a Mr Church who in the course of his pil grimage through the vale of tears was bereft of four wives all of whom were buried in the same lot In his old age it be came necessary to remove the bodies to a new cemetery This melancholy task the much berea ved widower undertook himself but in the process the bones of the lamented quarter became hopelessly mixed Priding him self on prossession of a New England conscience Mr Church would not under the painful circumstances permit the use of the orginal headstones and pro cured new ones one of which bore the following inscription Here lies Hannah Church and probably a portion of Emily Another Sacred to the memory of Emily Church who seems to be mixed with Matilda Then followedthese lines Stranger pause and drop a tear For Emily Church lies buried here Mixed in some perplexing man nerIWith Mary and Matilda probably Hannah Curios For The Fair An old man who will admit that he sleeps at all during the nightA lady whose stiffness she admits is old age instead of rheumatism A little boy who refuses the second piece of pie A girl who returns a borrowed book An umberella returned and in good order The preacher who stops after aword in conclusion The old maid who is strictly honest in giving her age The woman who leaves imme diately when she arises to go The girl who js so modest to engage in a round dancfe The young man whcii willing to carry a bundle on the street v v i A rntisi ian who is not sensk 1 J 7rtfJ 2 lttvJji 1t lJ II r fJ i ii 1- it I y t tiveAn aristocratic lady who tells the truth about her ancestors- A young man who prefers to sit with his mother at church A church choir vocalist who avoid the tremols A girl who gets down to break aIIffi man of means who sticks to the truth about what he gives Chickens that stay in their own yard IAlln old negro who is perfectly A welltodo widow who cannot be financially =decided by a talkerIA shopping woman who does not ask for a tencent parcel to be sent to her home A mother who becomes very nervous when her little boy in knee breeches is out on the street at 9 p m A man who does not become offended but considers it a compliment to be dunned- A young woman who does not try to wreck her father financially in her wedding outfit A well dressed woman who never gets in late at church A mother who will not spend her last cent on a vagabond son Ills Deep ConcernI The kind old lady noticed a small lad entering a cobblers shop with a small packageI What have you there souny she asked kindly Mas slipper replied the lad You see there is a tack out ofplac in it and I want to h veit fixed before ma notices it E1bQYthe tackmignthurtJYQur moth ers I Well it isnt exactly that You see the tack is sticking jut on the sole and this is the slip per ma spanks m4 with Chicago Wso WlM Hearst cOncelled alf 91I his speaking ap intrnents in 0idahomai6r lear jpf criminal prosecution from Goy HasfcelL l i f 2 t r l c J IfI I a iegGuaran II Sell IIediesa ing Barber Supplies Stock and Poultry Food Q QI0Co Winno Minn H II0my residence on Frazier Ave Columbia Ky jjj QI13000aoeoooo oeoeoeC303nE3OE3Q1 IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLACE See my Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Produce Wanted W L SIMMONS HUMBLE KENTUCKY J E Snow J C Popplewell A CAR EACH OF Baggies Wagons and Fetftilizett S Just eeeived t Give iis a call See our Ball Bearing Buggies andtget our prices on all grades before buying elsewhere OUt Business motto 9 Qaiek Sales and ShoPt Profits t Snocu Popplecuell t1 DEAIE1S It General CQepehandisc and Undetitakett Goods RussellSprings Kentucky I IJOHN AHQBZJ- F GHEEflSBURG KENTUCKY flas Enough r IJ i- q7t Monies Witte pence to fence in Green and Adair counties t t The Stay wires on this fence are sjT j3I attached that they cant slip on the Line Wires The Harder YouPUIIt the Tighter it Gets rv ENOUGI Poulttry fietting to fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the two fl counties and dont forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper ad in recent issues of The News tvertIsed I l fu u U0 i FRANK CORCORAN 4nigh Grade 4 WMarble dGranite Y Js 4 I v tkh Ccmetery work t ir aikhid SceLJSbd9re = s rIi JrIfltr Tiade from AdaIr and adjoningcuitjes t SQl t dl1 Main Street Lebanon Ky e t t S4t ATC i y AA I I I wIr 4 e 1THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 w I OKEE 3HUBBUCHROS1fE524526528WESTMARKETSTREET i U LOUISVILLES IE l sL 7KjyCARPET AND RUG STORE v 4 N Offers Q 1SK The public a selection so broad and varied that every taste TK K andevery purse can be thoroughly satisfied Our buying K K power is effectively demonstrated by the fact that manuiE 7c facturers in need of funds appeal at all times first to the- E 5K biggest and most prominent storeWE get the best andIE 1E choicest alwaysIE vv11 viv sf Visitors Always Welcome Correspondence Solicited WK 71 17K7 7i 71 7 IW1WVPLLI U G HARDWICK Pres J COCKE V Pres R H DIETZMAN Sec W T Pyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 IVIHthWRIGT4TZ I mCj4I1STS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 TfHKTeeNTHMftIN LOUISVILLe SMOKESTACKS y Iron and Tank Work ISheet I JOBBING WORK SOLICITED I All Kinds of Machinery Repaired IThe Louisville Trust CompanySouthwcstGorncr LOUISVILLE 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 It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its corporate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strengthS L V ABigLotofS v1 I New Millet Seed and f Cow Peas 2- i KiSBrown Cultivators 4-s t r The Empire Oorn Drill withcutoff 4IIT f 4 Also a complete line of Farm Implements 9I 4 J 4- 4 H Phelps ktl + Jamestown Kentuckyl i j4 W It M t + rftjf j 4444444444444444 44444l 4 tKJMBLE IIOTEL 4J W klMBLE PROPRIETOR t ll Q GOOD OOM3 1 00 PER DAY1 0 U JFW 6OODBEDS SAMPLEOOMfREE JL4 1 fLIVERVAND FEED STABLE IN CONNECTION RUSSELL SPR1NQS KENTUCKY i v r Election Officers The following are the election officers for the November election- West Columbia No lW T McFar land andS H Mitchell Judges Fred McClain Clerk Horace Jeffries Sher iffEast Columbia No 2 RiI Price and CH Sandusky Judges Logan Win frey Clerk J C Strange Sheriff Milltown No 3John C Calhoun and R L Davis Judges W L Hindman Clerk A M Mercer Sheriff Keltner No 4W S Pickett and H C James Judges E V Thompson Clerk G T Kemp Sheriff Gradyville No 5Geo Akin and G C Wilson Judges C 0 Moss Clerk J A Diddle Sheriff Elroy No 6John Reece and F J Harvey Judges R L Campbell Clerk John Stilts Sheriff Harmony No 7John Darnell and Wm Loy Judges Finis Harvey Clerk Silas Denny SheriffIGlenville No 8Q M Willis and Howard Webb Judges H K Taylor Clerk J F Conover Sheriff White Oak No 9Ben Jeffries and W A Wilson Judges H J Conover Clerk Sam Epperson Sheriff samjIM Perryman Judges Oscar Sinclair Clerk Welby Ellis Sheriff Casey Creek No 12W J Bottoms and Leslie Bottoms Judges Willis Knifley Clerk S H Knifly Sheriff Cane Valley No 13 Melvin Cave and Frank Rice Judges Dennis Eubank Clerk J Wood Judd Sheriff Egypt No 14W P Dillingham and W A Humphress Judges Claud Cal lison Clerk G C Russell Sheriff Who Is John W Kern Who is John W Kern asks William E Corey the multimil lionaire steel magnate who gain ed notoriety by marrying MabelleJ Gilman the actress WIIKern tlhevorce his wife and the mother of his children in order to gratify an insane passion for an actress John W Kern is one of those back numbers who places honor above dollars He would not sell his soul for gold even though the devil offered him all the yel low metal th re is in the bowels of the earth He has remained a comparatively poor man all his life rather than enter a combine to rob the people and drive com petitors out of business He never so far as we have been able to learn either founded a public library or endowed a college Having lived an uprightI wholesome Godfearing his days he has never felt the necessity of apologizing to his Maker or offering penance in the IsharpKern as could be found within the boundaries of the United States with the possible exception of James S Sherman the other candidate for Vice Presi dent No man who holds dear the honor of this country can contemplate the possibility of James S Sherman becoming through ap act of Providence the President of the United States without shuddering whereas if John W Kern should be called upon to step into the highest ffi ehe would grace it Who is John W K rnasks the faithless nabob who cast off his faithful wife the woman who had bravely shared his days of poverty and had struggled with him to build up his fortunes as- a man throws away lemon after he had Squeezed all the good out of it f11Su1i imperiiineiice de- Serves no answer were it notfor ths sake of calling attrition 46 he brazen effrontery of mn of- Cor i stamp who had through the medium of tCtedmnp l I y I f u r r 4 ftVLl ely grown to be the greatest menace that confronts this na tion today Anarchy can be stamped out by force but the insidious evil emposed upon this longsuffering people by men whom President Roosevelt desig nates very forcibly as malefactors of great wealth is even more to be dreaded than an arcnyJWho is John W K rnWhy- a plain honest American citizen unpreItentious of scholarly attainments and com manding intellect Had that purseproud Pittsburg millionaire read John W Keans masterly reply to the apology of James S Sherman he would have no need to ask Who is John W Kern The Albany N Y Daily Press and Knickerbocker RevoltJAn Editor It is told of a Michigan editor that he grew tired lying about people in obituary notices and then have people call him a hypocrite so he wrote up one well known citizen follows DiedAged fiftysix years six months and fifteen days De ceased was a mild mannered pirate with a mouth for whiskey and an eye for boodle He owed us seven dollars on the paper You could hear him pray six blocks He died singing Jesus Paid It All and we think he is right as he never paid anything himselfHe buried in an asbetos casket and his friends threw palm fans into his grave as he may need them His tombstone will be a favorite resting pface for hoot owls Economy in Feeding Poultrymen do not care what the cost of the food is for their fowls as long as their is a pro portionate profit When there are no results from the hens to pay for it any kind of food is ex pensive If certain foods are used because they can be pur chased cheaply and no benefit is derived there is no economy in the use of them The facts that fowls are fed mostly on grain is due to the fact that it is easily handled and more easily procured than any other food but unless the hens lay better than on other materials the foodIS wastedon them It is better to have no hens at all than to feed them materials which might be more profitably disposed in some other way Take Notice All owing me must come and settle at once All accounts not settled by Oct 1st will be put out rcoHec Mrs Sallie tIonI Late Sitters It is not always a good plan to breakup the late sitters When a hen becomes broody she has reached a point where incubation is essential to her success as a source of profit and to deprive her of hatching a brood delays her When a hen becomes fat she is inclined to sit as the excess on her body will maintain her dur ing her fast while she is on the nest The process of incubation is also a period of rest during which time she recovers her for mer condition and comes back to laying and usually does excellent service Let the hens sit if they so desire and they will lay again before the winter is over Great care must be exercised in assist ThatjiS Where orchards are planted ex clusively for commercial purposes and not merely to furnish a fam ily supply the matter of fertility is usually looked after in some systematic way but the ordinary farm orchard is often completely starved out by the raising of regular grain crops among the trees such as corn wheat and oats This is a ruinous custom for the combined drain of both trees and crops quickly exhausts the soil to a point where it is impossible for the trees to bear good fruit The only way to cor rect such a condition is to pro vide fertilizers that will furnish all the elements of plant food and excIuSive1ly Mr Robert Fox of Marks bury through his his attorney Harding and Rawling has filed suit against the town of Danville seeking to recover 10000 dam ages which it is claimed was sustained by the defendant last Spring While driving along Lexington street the 5thof last June Mr Foxs horse took fright at the steam street roller and be came unmanageable Mr Fox was thrown out and sustained a broken foot and ankle It is claimed that proper care was not exercised in operating the ma chine Of course the town will attempt to show that hpndreds of horses passed the street roller daily without becoming frighten ed and that Foxs horse was re sponsible for the damage Dan ville Advocate It has been shown by experi ment that most disease germs lightiinin rather dark stables and base ments in several weeks The In Presidential Year 1908IThose Who Want the TRUTH Should Read An Independent Newspaper THE EVENING POST DURING THE YEAR 1908 COSTS MISS THAN ONE CENT A DAY IFREEANewKentuekYIGovernors Frii IsaaC Skellj to tajsisluf E1 Willson AIIotXe ntuck Y Governors The only complete collection now In existence Every true entuckian BhouldJ1av 4 copy in his home or office JUST OFF TILE PRESS Is the new Kentucky map Engraved especially for the Evening Post at a cost of 3506 v aIlXentU3kpictures the United t nations steamship routes statistical data In addition tO the above there are nine sk3lapheres reports of the last three national census and much other historical in formation StrJrSCKIBERSIftmall or 20 for six months subscription Understand that these Tatea arfcbrl malt only land that subscrlptlpa Price by carrier ot agent 181 enUlIpr week The Evening Ewt is stlziv thing 1Iuthmolltat zewe mn3 beet- market resorts j A daily iewepper for the home lr1r 1 j iile tLOUISVILLE KY c t II IIIIIlIJt r Pst WIIkTbiIaST f STrfce 1r I l f l logic therefore is to secure thSI greatest amount of light that is possible in the stable With light there be ample cubic content for ventilation Sunlight and air are forIpens and hog pens if given an opportunity they will woik con tinuously The county unit bill passed the Indiana Senate by a vote of 37 to 17 Three Republicans voted with Democrats against the meas ure It is now before the House where the hottest fight is ex pected It has passedthe House Judge Wells of Calloway coun ty swore that he was positive of an organized band of night rid ers made up of the crimnals and lawless class which was taking advantage of the tobacco trou bles The faculty of the Kentucky University are anxious as to the whereabouts of Willis E Smith a college student who has been missing for a week The missing students family advance the theory that he has met with foul- playS e The residence of Charles Bal lare in Louisville was entered by burglars but they were discover ed before they could get away with any booty They made good their escape although the house was surrounded by police- Nat Goodwin has sued for a divorce from Maxine Elliott She is saidto be the most beautifu woman on the stage Goodwin has lived in Nevada six months in order to institue divorce pro ceedings 4SThe daylight special nortn bound the fast train on the 111 linois Central between St Louis and Chicago was wrecked near Springfiild Ill One was killed- and severalwere injured e Would Mortgage the farm A farmer on Rural Route 2 Empire Ga WA Floyd by name says Buck lens Arnica Salve cured the two worst sores I ever saw one on my hand and one on my leg It is worth more than its weight in gold I would not be with out it if I had to mortgage the farm to get it Only 25c at Paulls drug store- WANTED Live Rpd and Gray foxes Will pay 125200 each and express charges W T Hodgen Box 232 CCampbelhiville Ky Peoples Cure for Stomach Ills It would be folly to say that a person- should always be his own doctor There quickinphysician but the fact does remain that there are many ailments that can be expenseSuchfirstclass drug store for a small sum Among the diseases that can be eff c tively treated at home are such as per tain to the stomach liver and bowels like constipationtdyspepsi biliousness sour stomach blo tedstomach sick headaches heartburn etc For theSe troubles there is no better remedy than Dr CaldwelPs Syrup Pepsin the great herb laxative compound and among its staunchest friends are the doC- tors themselves In such troubles they know ihey have nothing better to offer than the in gredients contained in this remedy and hence the liberal ones advise their patients to take it It often happens that at the commencement of an attack some people hesitate to take such a simple remedy and run to a doctor but after trying various doctors they finally take Dr CaldwelPs Syrup Pepsin and have their confi pointiswho suffered from what the doctors called ca tarrh of the stomach He was given up to die appetitesevere pains in the stomach and finally moments when he himself thought he would die Ultimately he was advised to try Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and did so and now he ifi entirely naturallyadVisesit It can be had in 50 cent and bottles and results are absolutely guaranteed rmoneyis zefundedSBuy a Tjottletorday and watch resultsS CalifFRinc can have a free sample bottto sent to aJm lNrth company TMs offer ste tIttirlMbYtremedy will ki as vw claim art rtrei Jy J l who have nev r taken It dftrlttfatYsbMomiof stomach Itr liWi dleeN iasetyet meetsifective laxative for chHdree woiMI eed elf 1 ftI A IrintIIdt peimsAist heets ewe THE l1fpultic VERDICT Ne LaXMSS Seed aid Sice lee DR IALDWELLSYlUP PPWL The pied1ct 5i- s gva WasMmduu 0 Q SldwN Sdi1 spssNs MI tr fn t t h ffrn4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS tla 1t 1tttytre r 1 Published Evtry WednesdaY41 tl BY THE P f ladair CountyCompan INCORPORATED t CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests psi the city of Columbia and the people of Ad- rand adjacent counties Altered at the Columbia Postoffice as second elaai mail matter WED f OCT 71908 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President s VV War J BRYAN of Nebraska JJFor VicePresident vltV J W KERN of Indiana ai For Congress A G PAITERSONofEellcounty Twelve years ago Mr Bryan appeared as the leader of political reform demanding that put lie officials should have clean reCj ords and uncontaminated corporate interests seeking spec j ial privileges through our Legis relative bodies The battle was lost Four years later he was again leader in the same fight nowith withstanding two defeats he kept the faith and so impressed the people that President Roosevelt sought popularity and party pres tige by leaving his party pledges to make a grand stand playa an original and powerful rol ticall purifier Drifting from the cy of his party pursuingan un mapped course in the hollow pre tense of purification the big stick policy reached its zenith and Mr Roosevelt was apparent Czar of all the Rushiansj 1With his powerful political mai tfchine he dictated the policy of Iris party and named its candi date in the present contestt ajicl i his mistake is now the heaviest load of his life Mr Taft is1 nbt magnetic he is not in warm sym broadrpathyreformP He is doubted liijjy many of his own political faith and is cramped by the eXI igencies arising from conditions fathered and fostered by the Re meaptimejMr confidence and beyond doubt is entitled to the support of everyman who believeslin better polit rical living who desires equal I rights for all and special privi liges for none He is the cham pion of the issues born out of twelve years of unceasing war fare and comes before the American people without spot or blem ish a record a life consistent with the doctrines he preached and for which his party is truly and honestly pledged Mr Bryan is the pioneer the man who at heart desires to bring into N operation the policies and prin ciples that will best serve the great mass of people establish justice in all the branches of government To spread the gospel of peace to establish pros= pgovernmentetitSf bk to its original purity and give everj industry an equall i lnH- iiir showing is his purpose and His Part iYinfthi t idttolii Taft is laborinr ender lt lical necessity giving voice to means and JIeasureB towhlchh f Xi r Ott foeart is not in full accord He has notuouaerure in erdth ref t t she t ttt ili4a k ItIji x J 0n troubles withDem ats they become too overconfident just before the election sit dow an tJf ld their arms There 3 iio doubtbut Kentucky will give a large Democratic majority if- the members of the party go to the polls and vote To win in an election you must fight continu ously fore everY thing that is in sight It was apathy that lost the State to the Democrats last November There was an Imaginary trouble in the land at that time and many Democrats remained away from the polls We are all together now arid if every Democrat will go to thei polls and vote the ticket thej State with give 20000 majority The Democrats of Adair and adjoining counties must not overj look the candidacy of Hon A G Patterson for Congress He is a young man of ability and is said to be quite popular in the east ern portion of wherLhe isj wellkowni It is claimed by his friends that he will great Ily reduce the Republican majori ty in the district He says him self that he will carry Bell Whitley and MixEdwards isjnbtipopular in Adair and with astron effort it is possible for Mr Patterson to carry it Mr Bryan is regarded one of the greatest pltatform orators on this continent He is sound in the doctrine of the Prodestanti faith believing in the Divinity of Jesus Christ and holding out the promiseslof the New Testa hopeiMr Taft cold in his makeup standing aloof from the common people giving no hope or inspira tion in the line of Christian liv ingJan holding to the faith that Christ is not the Son of Go- dThe Washington Weather Bureau Saturday reported frost in the r gq Atlantic States in New England throughout the- hio7alley and in Tennessee temIperatur Mountain States and all through the Mississippi ValeY to the gulf land Atlantic coast the mercury has fallen below the seasonal average Consternation has been caused among the Republican campaIgn managers by the Rock Island speech of Congressman Nicolas Longworth in which he declared for eight years for Taft to bellowed by eight more for Roose velt According to reports in Washington the President was by no means pleased with his soninlaws address J Alexander Cliiles a colored lawyer of Lexington and who has great influence with his race has repudiated Taft and says he will vote for Bryan He says the colored man will never amount to anything as long as he permits the Republican party to drive him to the polls like a sheep to the slaughter pen Gov H nlyf Indiana got some hard knocks in the Legisla ltur oft feis State last week rePf 1 Ko i lygarg1 thi1 h Q U Ivcorr ahem ted to r ribe him d=theni git ride Jr ted by Ilie J4GoRev R H Hill arid wife wereM T owned in Chipliii jRiyje lai week They wcre married l the Galt ILoulatnikfr rbefar 1Jrf Aoo or oaaotr k I fu j r I J il 4 X90v 0 IT I desire to say to my C e s jJ 1 have just returned from Cincinnati where I purchased an immense line of Falland Winter goods Iysh ITesare now crowded with the very latest designs in 0 0 OCl 1=1 ci CI = oaa = a ClO a fl Ladies Dress 1 M Goods 1 1 I Andthe ladies are invited to call 10and look through my stock Iifeel sure I can please the mostIfastideous and I am confident my prices are right Investigate 10and be convinced I Clothing Department 1 o n IIfurnishanYkind omeiShoes Shoes encllessII 0MytEverything U I th = for favors the of same 0 Very trulyQDW WALKER Columbia r01 10 1 clII OJ iO The bride was formerly Miss Margrret Bellwood of Croppers Shelby county iGov Haskell of Oklahoma gave cut a long letter addressed to Mr Roosevelt last Wednes day in which he defended himself against charges made by the President It is evidently the hottest letter ever addressed to a ruler of a nation The Cabnet has put a muzzle notIHe has also concluded not to make any speeches The Republicans throughout the country think that he has already talked too much fMr Bryan says r in addressing Mr Roosevelt I have lived a life in vain if Your accusations have lost me a single friend Teddy became furious when he read this and went out and shot an elephant Would you feel that you had done the right thing to elect a man to the head of our govern men who does not believe in the Divinity of Christ Who Owes You 1 arNonatter who it is we can collect theaccount oryou patjJif tf 4- rcanbecdlei4 t1da IWe Via on old Z failcollectionuand over due accoxnta Our fees c arereseonable tel rate particulars AGCNCYttCl1TUCKYCOLLtCTING Lti j On KyEn i 1stiHI tJ TAFT LOSING VOTES BY TARIFF SPEECHES One Of Ills Newspaper Supporters Tired of ills Peculiar Doc trine n New York Oct i Special The New York Evening Post which has been supporting Taft has the following as its leader editorial this afternoon If we may judge from letters which come to us and from the comment which everyone hears something like two or three thousand hesitating voters must be turned from Mr Taft every time he expounds anew his peculiar doctrine about the Wilson tariff and the panic of 1893 We do nofrrecall any selection of an issueby a candidate in any previous campaign so thoroughly calculated to doa maximum of harm to his political fortunes We can assure Mr Taft that for every muddledheaded farmer who might have been deluded- a hundred intelligent readers of his words along his natural supporters in other localities were stirred to indignation at them Samuel Gompersy president of the American federation rof La J 9tj a statement Saturday Eli ght in whichcii1W illhanalH Taft- aewbJ c n c idate Qt1 rth r iq 1CYJsi1 ysarrrigne because of t6 aesieia speech at Denver Friday night that the lfjorleader wu- J l W his followers lr5oinp retof experiencev r fk o tt 11 r ltc made in the latest style by first 0- I 0 down to suit the stringency in i the market in and will take pleasure in show ing you whether you buy or not kept in a denoeral store can be be foundat my place of business you past and ask continuance Lt Kv 10J O issued jnk else ICut Raters on Everything in the Drug Line Mail Orders prompt1 Iy and Carefully Filled at Lowest Prices All orders shipped the day they are received CITYUALl PHARMACY 6th JEFFERSON ST Opposite City Hall III = DRUGS =P W Quinine in oz bottles 35 cts P W Quinine in oz boxes 30 ctS Peroxide Hydrogen 4 oz bottles 10 cts Peroxide Hydrogen 1 lb bottles 25 cts Seidlitz Powders 1 doz each in a box 15 cts = RUBBER GOODS =2 quart water bottles 50c 79c 89c 98c 125 2 quart fountain syringes 50c 79c 89 98c 110 125 135 5 All our rubber goods are guaranteed 111tunityordering mention sameF5AUTER ISAACS Prs Louisville Ky e of the labor delegation at the Re- Publican J National Convention and has something to say of the injunctions issued by Judge Taft when on the Federal bench Nellr health of this community r is very good at present Cutting corn is the order of the day Q1iteagoodmariyof the youngfolksattepdedsingingatPrices 4r Rufus Pulliman ofSt OOms f M PexrfnttSaturofda nlglitat rJ Walker t n 4 t Rev Dockery filled his Tegultr appointment at Est ForkchuVchv Saturday and Siuidty having a gQoq c ijrdboth yst 5 h L tc r J r t t fs f = TOILETS =Rogers Gallets Violet Soap bar 22 cts ctsPearsTJnsentedHudnuts Violet Sec Toilet Water ctsColgates50ctsMennens ctsGossamer PATENT MEDICINES =Regular 25c size price 19 cts SOcIe 42 ctsd 100Yi 83 cts If When The d = cut yIC Pulliam and speltWednesday Mr Orist Hamilton the well known produce man of Red Lick Was here Thursday t Mrs SL Kinnaird and sonii i Russell passed throughh e dI4ckonapJIroJlil1lGnnairdwere ness at Edmonton M kondat i KM C C i m 4dand x J syof Red Lick returaedhpm iltf day after a pleasant wil lit South Forkrti Kr t 9 SlMmen wanted to1nkl c- interMt ttJ1 in Adair maA adjc it Salattor Co Irion Au i4- udrI jJ iRr k i J P d ci n 5 1 I 1Ii f 0 c At M ijc ti r Iw I L 4 r TIE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 i t 1 lmReceivingmy rail and Winter Line of Goods f i to if 1 J u Andt1nytet Public to give me aLook when m need ofr1 5 J i jIDry foods flats Caps Boots Slioe Clothing artdfNotions I have some Very Special Values in A Mens Odd Pants Coats Ladies Childrens ReadytoWear Goods That 1 can Interest you in if Quality and Prices will i Also carry a very good line o- fir1Jfrank SincIaFurniture Carpets an I house FurnishIngs I WaterS AI M isSO N W A T ERW H E E L I PowerHave your plant equipped with a SAMPSON the greatest wheel of the day Guaranteed actual horse= etcpowerWhen in need of New TcPlant or Power Connec = apply to E L REESE Jamestown Ky ADAIR COUNTY FARM ERS INSTITUTE To Be Held at CoIumbia Ky Tues day an- T d Wednesday Octo ber 13 and 14 1908 PROGRAM 10am Called to orerbyPresident JA En gush Invocation Rev Z T Williams Welcome Address Hon J R Hindman Hesflsnse Lowell Roudebush New Richmond 0 The Object of the Farmers Institute- G P Smithe v Wheat and corn growing seed selection Walkpreparationer Hopkinsville NOON lp m The Crime against thsoll Lowell Roudebush How to restore fertility to worn soil J S Breeding My choice of hogs and why R F Paull Will Todd Will Flowers open discussion by Institute Is it profitable to raise cattle if so what kind W L Walker W B Rowe Ralph Waggener Hqw to beautify the home Mrs H N- 1Miller Mrs W K Azbill Relation of Banking to Agriculture W A Coffey T A Murrell Bruce Montgomery Review Lowell Roudebush and J B Walker INiGpT SESSION 7 P Mf Music Vocal selections by local talent Directed by J A English Recitations t Lecture Subject Gates Suitable for Young People Lowell Roudebush Talk byJB Walker WEDNESDAY 930 A M h Invocation Rev A R Kasey Poultry as an Industry will it pay C IS Harris J D Lowe Ben Evans Some mistakes we farmers make Best five minutes speech by Farmer2 cash Given by J R Hindman and GP Smithe Farm and Town Sanitation Drs U Ii Taylor Wv F Cartwright and iIW H Strange of Munfordville Th Agricultural Possibilities in lfW Hon r R1 Hindman and C E mljl bt1 t L til oooNr 0 iuji u 1if y Relation of Good Idtht School ChiirclieBi sooieti a Tie Hon l FH CPBakcrylev J Rqriord Rollin Hut and Mowrood roads unma dMMy f fVlf x Relation of the Press to the Farmer- C S Harris J C Strange Review by State Lecturers J A English President Farmers Club NICKS BREAK HURTS Time For Big Chief to Use Big Stick On His Sonln Law Indianapolis Ind Oct 4 SpecialOnly a word or sc just at this time and that is to say that the Republicans here possibly those who tie to the for tunes of Vice President Fair banks are all stirred up and high ly indignant over the declaration of soninlaw Nick nominating his daddyinlaw the Big Chief for eight years more in 1916 The Indianapolis Star of today the Republican organ of the State has an editorial paragraph to the effect that the President should use his big stick upon his blatant soninlaw or as the boys i Washington say The hubby of sweet Alice The Simpson Correspondent Says A company has been formed and are sinking a shaft in a trap dike running Southeast This Volcanic trap is from two to four inches wide at surface of rock under three feet of waverly sand stone The company is now blasting out silver lead and ore at a depth of five feet from top of dirt This trap dike was found by J A Turner in August 1907 and is the only one he says in Southern Kentucky This dike dips southwest at an angle of about fortyfive degrees Gradyville Mrs Hill has her stock of millinery goods ready for the mar ketThe first frost came Thursday night and nipped every thing that was out green Judge Scott of Edmonton was jn our midst one day last week while enroute for Columbia Plenty of fresh beef on our market daily at prices to suit the timesCattle l1n lesandsheepare not in as good demand as they were last season at this time Whats the matter Ed Cox of Greensburg spent7 last Friday and Saturday in our midstWilliam Coqmer who is having a well drilled near his residence after going the depth of 112 feet struck a stream of a mixture of water and oil The water certainly has tile odor of oil nc Mack Coomer wa in our midst ofiaaLwebuyingtobacco tj from 10rU0 tFqhir Bred r 1 Uncle momasGradY one of 1OUraldet men pUt J tJ aevarht daysye f t iiir 7 g I t n i old family grave yard of the Grady family which adds greatly to the looks of the home of the deadMrs Rilda Bullington after severalweeks visiting in Met calfe county with relatives and friends returned home Saturday Clem Keltner and Elbert Nell two of our business men were in Columbia one day last week We are glad to note that Mrs C H Yates has regained her health so fast that she is now able to attend the Sabbath School She is looking fine You will have to excuse your reporter for this time as his af flictions for t h epast three months has been like poor old Jobs and he thinks if possible worse at times He can not walk a step without assistance Proxy Taft The St Louis PostDispatch one of Mr Joseph Pulitzers newspapers summarizes the Democratic case against the Roosevelt administration as fol lows 1 It has been extravagant and wasteful r r2 It has attempted to pop ularize war 3 It has gloried in Philippine imperialism 4 It has menaced the states with Federal usurpation by means of constructive jurisprud ence 5 It has recklessly under mined confidence in our business methods causing panic depress ion and suffering 6 It has profited by the political contributions of corpora tions seeking legislative favors 7 It has spoken vociferously against the malefactors of great wealth but is has not brought one of them to justice 8 It has bullied Congress threatening to do as it pleased law or no law 9 It has assailed the courts when their judgments were con trary to its wishes 10 It ha3 maintained the highest tariff ever known ina free country and has made no move in favor of income and in heritance taxes 11 It has constantly demanded law and more law for the prosecution of trusts although existing laws are held by it to be too drastic for enforcement 12 It is now attempting to round outa career OfwilIul ness grr e e dambition and tyranny by forcing the election ofa personally excellent and amiable proxy These are legitimate issues1 tHey are timely issues They are Demscraticv is8ilesAs the 6pT tptsitiortf candidate iff fiigfedlbft ltlr D Y gJxnd duitoPJ utthemVl1tb all the skill and ability at his command His oppprtiinity lies InanapK jttil to Democrats and to that finrifct eiemenl Jn t1LtIe electorate that yiyV 11 tired of er1 t and 6miUtarism of intraliza tion of personal government of big stick administrationend partnershiph predatory plutocracy JT t SrLet Mr Taft be the proxy let Mr Taft be the heir to My poli cies But let Mr Bryan be the Democratic candidate for President of the United States Program The following is the program of the teachers association to be held at Picketts chapel church Saturday Oct 17 r r SONG Devotional exercise Mr Tom FinnWhy teachers should attend this meeting Mr Verdia Thomp sonThe teaching of English Mr Chas Young Right and wrong teaching of arithmetic Mr Byron Mont gomery The teaching of spelling and reading Miss Clarisse Stotts Should nature study be taught in our common schools Mrs R W ShirleyManner of conducting recitations Miss Laura Smythe The school house and school grounds Miss Ora MossIHow shall I teach history to make it interesting Miss Hallie Rodgers The teachers aim and is there a joy in teaching Miss Celeste ShirleyMistakes in teaching Miss Estelle Willis- Condition of common schools in Adair county Mrs Georgia- R Shelton Should the study of civics be taught in our common school if so why J T Thurman NOON School management F A Strange Suggestions on the study of literature Mr R L C mpbelli Ideal school government Miss Alburtie Bardin Is the adopted grammer too difficult for the average child Mr Alvin Rossin Value of dull work in advance of the lesson G D Firquin The teachers reward Mr JlI HolladayDiscussion of new school law Hon GL Perryman Trustees in educational di vision No2 especially invited to be present Every body come and we will assure you a pleasant as well as a profitable day v j Pearl Hindman Vice Pres Where Bullets Flew David Parker of Fayette N Yit a veteran of the civil war who lost a foot at Gettysburg says The good Electric Bitters have done is worth more than five hundred dollars to me I spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach trouble to little purpose I then tried Electric Bitters i and they cured metnow take them as a tonic and they keep me strong and l well I 50c at Paulls drug store Take Notice JatOct 1st wilt be put out for collection Mrs Sallie Bradshaw WANTED =Live Red and Gray foxesWillpay 125 200 each and express charges WT Hodgen Box 232- Campbellsville Kyr tr Completely Renovated Throughout Absolute Satisfaction Guaranteed E t P II- CIAS FIGA 1kUI Er s IATES to Pft Y I234me IrkdSL I Laii r f i T j i A t m I f you contemplate buying a new suit this Fall we want to 1 t extend to you an invitationto examine this J largest stock of Bench Tailored Clothing IEver shown in this part of Kentucky Our stock is from the shops of two of the largest manufacturers of fine clothing in the United States Our Cheapest Lm of Sits fram 55D ta 12thaveail the Styles and Shapes of a l5 Suit fjf There is absolutely no good sense in you paying 20 to 25 for a special made suit when we will sell you a better made suit of bet ter material and perhaps a better fit for 12 to 20 If you will take the trouble to come in and let us show you our line if we cannot please you then we can hve you a special suit made Ve represent as good a Tailoring establishment as anybody and if nothing else will do you weIwill have you a suit made but you will pay 5 to 8 more for it wont be our profitthe Tailor will get it We are also exclusive dealers in the famous StricKerBeitman line of 1en 9 sOdd Pants This embraces the grenst vsrity of Styles made in both Peg and andlRegular Sizes Young Mens Boys and Children Suits in all the New Shades and Cuts r Over Coats 0 We were fortunate JR searii stiie great bargains in Overcoats bought it a cIosiAt sale These coats erepteJor this Fall r tradi aft7fattPfift efaAlMsF 1 f t l examine ttjW afford ys ass repthhait you come in and oa st ik Jryhfallti Mail completet I ffie rr Verytnriy r O s1Irr c S 4 t 5 H IIr Co- r s 2 c fr r 11 i 11ri f T f nR ti1F THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS a r L r 5 tl1e Pt6plesay tI 4 Senator Fulon Went to Oregon and asked for reelection and the people said We Want a Change v Senator Hansbrough went to North Dakota for reelection and the people said We Want a ChangeSenator Kittredge heard it i South Dakota from the people We Want a Change Senator Long asked the people of Kansas for reelectienfand the people shouted We Want a Change SenatorjHoPkins went to Illinois and asked for reelection and twothirds of the Republi cans of Illinois announced We Want a Change Almost ehalf of the Repub licans of Iowa even when asked by their distinguished SenatorI Allison replied We Change The voice of the people is unmistakable Wherever they have had a chance to speak they have earnestly lifted their voices say ing We Want a Change That sentiment is sweeping the whole countryWe Want a Changek Pert and Pertiment r yvE Town NIThere is no trouble now for even a candidate to kick up a dust Some women are so anxious to be seen that they dress that way The paramount thisacampaign is who is the reformer Byan or TaftISince it did arera inclined to doub Felix Wises hammer story Hashell may not be guilty but he is certainly not above sus picionIf dont learn to fly it will be mighty loansome for the ladies who go to Heaven I We are afraid that we have frightened the Republican party So badly that it will run well Now justsuppose L that the Chicago Republican Convention had nominated Senators Foraker for President There is no good thingabout the drouth it has destroyed the reputation of allij the weather prophets s As Senator Foaker has been pitched off the Republican band wagon John D nightgive him an oil wagon j Whether Hearst has any more letters is the question which is keeping a lot of trust statement awake at nights1JJ It used to be that the rascals were turned out after the elecl v tion but they are gettirigit this p year before the election By all means let Teddy take the stump He has violated all other precidents of the Press dency but this A Georgia dentist who adver tised a drink of whiskev with r every tooth pulledis doing a- thriving business A California Judge has decided that it is not unlawfullfora man f io swear at his wife Some tthingshoweverare lawful that are not expedient- S f The New York man who is Q tnxiiw seeing through a rabbits eye inserted by an pcculist U3 aiyfe shy across the street i whenhe sees a dPf Theblirails who i JIi calling so vigorously for tariff re form will not be recognized by Speaker Cannon when Congress meets this winter If what the President says is true that the trusts are more in danger from Tafts election than from Bryans will he please ex plain why the trusts are all sup porting Taft 1Joe dont seem to be a favorite name this year Joe Sibley and Joe Foraker are both down and out and Joe Cannon has troubles of his own The preacher who has built an ark in the Cascade mountains expecting the world to be distroyed by a flood seems to have selected a very dry time for his enterprise Uncle Joe Cannon says he is no worse than his party Thats right Uncle Joe own up But tojconvinceis as as you are 4 Get What We Give IWe ILike a magiclvase full to the brim and so made thatjyou can not iorpour or sip or draw out of it It overflows into your hand only when youdriop something into it theIr you give 4 overIIjflowsty it overflows charity Drop in envy jealousy and hate and it will overflow these same things intoY our own life Love will draw the world to you and surround you with an atmosphere of happiness and success Kit will bring to you all the good things that make the joy of living Its opposite will drive them allawaY The reservoir of love is inexhaustible The more you give the more you will have to give Imultiplies at the fountain and returns to you tenfold IAnd the same is true of hateIall the other evil 111toThere never was a more thorough truth than that hate envy revenge andjall the evil passions that weare heir to corrode tender wretched and destroy first the heart in which they origij nate Love generates the sunshine of the moral universe without desertjwateplaces It gladdens the sorrowing It lifts us above the petty grinding cures that harden the heart and sap enthusiasmand energy By lifting the burdens of others kingIs v joverflowdropped into it And that mag ic vase is no fanciful conception- It is lifeeveryday common place Jife I The value of charcoal is very Often overlooked and it should beefed to fowls of all ages as a pre ventive of disease ib should be kept before fowls at all times as there is no danger jafrthem eatingr too much andithi gEeitipuri Mng efect m absorbm g noxious gases an- JIdr etire Ii t- 1 i Home LI Treatment 320 News Notes rHeavy rams Lhave fallen in Iowaand light rains in Kansas and Missouri John Phelps shot and fatally wounded his brotherinlaw Bryan Woodard in Menifee countyMrs Eliza Bragg widow of Maj Gen Braxton Bragg of the Confederate army died in New OrleansJames S Sherman the repub lican nominee for vice president will speak at Danville Ill the xiTemperance hosts paraded the- streets of Chicago in what was intended to be an annual exhibi tion of the strength of the foes of liquor A collision near Livingston Mont caused by a blinding snowstorm resulted in the death injuryIILeslie Carter formerly a prominent politician and capitalist of Chicago and the former husband theIactress is dead At Borden Ind Harry Okers seriousIIIly14 The boys had previously quarreledJohn aged 50 years living on a farm near Anderson Ind shot and killed his wife and then attempted suicide by cut ing his throat Louise Lonadale an actress sued Blaine Elkins son of the West Virginia Senator and railroad man for 100000 alleging breach of promise Since the beginning of the epidemic of Asiatic cholera in Russia there have been 15683 cases officially reported from which there have 7102 deaths The largest gathering ever at Hyde Park London was that to protest against the licensing bill Over 300000 Persons were in and about the park J D Ford known as the Dollar Mayor is dead at Timpson Texas He would only accept a salary of 1 a year during his term as mayor of Timpson Justice Mills denied the appli cation of Harry K Thaw for a jury to determine etherornot Thaw is sane but promised to give Thaw a hearing Broughton 5randenburg it is alleged is the literary agent who forged the Cleveland letter and whoattempted to get Samuel Gompers to apostate the cause when he was seriously ill Out For Bryant F Atlanta Ga Sept 17A serious split devieldped in the Independence partypf Geprgia today when Chairman Sutzer of S I State Executive Committee announced that M electoral ticket dild he put in field At- l he aae nah Coin irF rr i r You naturally would prefer to treat yoursHr at home for any form of female trouble wouldnt you Well it can be done No reason why you should not t be able to relieve or cure your suffering as thousands of other women have done by proper use of the Cardui Home Treatment Begin by taking WineofCarduithe wellknown female tomcFor sale atall drugstores- Joe Moorhead of Archibald L T writes My wife had suffered for years from female trouble On your advice I gave her the Cardui Home Treatment and now she hardly suffers at aIL Sold by druggists I WRITE US A LETTER mitteeman lap of the party filed with the Secretary of State a list of electors from every con gressional district in Georgia and two from the State at large Following the meeting of the State Executive Committee the official statement was givin out by Chairman Sutle declaring that it was more important to wage a State campaign for Governor than toput an electoral ticket in the field Chairman Sutler had this to say The action of our Executivei Committee means our candidate Carter will support Bryan and Kern in the National election It means further that Carter is an Independent Democratic candi date for Governor The Versatile Old Lady The attention of the class in history seemed to be anywhere but on the subject in handand the young teacher was getting impatient Children she said you must pay better attention to what you are doing You can not possibly do two things at the same time No one can do two things at once At this point a small boy raised his hand and waved it frantically in the air Well Willie what is it she inquiredPlease teacher said Willie my granny kin do two things ter onct I seen her No Wiflie I think you must be mistaken but suppose you tell us what these two things are Please maam she kin read an soak her feet all ter onnt- Ladies i Homournal I The Difference L r He was a dog But he stayed at home And guarded the family night and day He was a dog That didnt roam He lay on the porch of Phased the stray The tramps the burglar the hen away For a dogs true heart for that household beat At morning arid evening in cold and heat titrHeHe was a man 1 V And didnt stays t X iTo cherish his wife ands his children fair Kr He was a man I Andevery day f 1 His heart grew callous ritsj lovebeasts rare i 1 He thought of himself at the C close of day And cigar in his fingers hur reed away y To the club the lodge the store the show f But he had a right to jgqt you know RiWasaman 1 s SLOndon Tunes 7 potatoesIrririiSCb lc f 3t lf7 Write today fora free copy of valuable 6paeefflnstr te IBook for Women If yon need Advice describe your symptoms and reply will be sent In plain sealed Address LadIes Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medldne Co Chattanooga Tenn Me4bJI NNNNN NN H N N TtlroIt Ii GfllMPflIGN IISON i WHO WILL BE st PRESIDENT rt tt Ii tt h ir e i IF YOU WANT TO KEEP POSTED I READ THE r CourierJournal i ILouisville Timesf News 1 S I Fifth Avenue aot liiPIKE CAMPBELL MGR Refurnished Redecorated and Re modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale +and Retail Districts Churches and f +Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLEc iFIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS Louisville Kentucky 000t40000 O Completely Renovated Throughout O Absolute Satisfaction Guaran- teedEnterprise Hotel x CHAS E CANS BRO Props 4 RATES 100 PER DAY 234242 E Market S- tf Louisville Kentucky o oo ooo Dont leave Them They dont have financial pan yaryoverjlili nancial system is never shaken and business in the country is not dependent upon the goings on in the Paris Bourse as busi ness in this country is at the mercy of wild men in Wall Street If the French people can accom plishthiswhycannot the Amen can people dolt prance liaa a ceirtratfeank the greatest m the world W0 need nt have a cen 11tHickv igut we can jpordiniit t a 1n superI range so can be concentrated for defense at any danger point before it is too- lateNorfolk Landmark Two horses Spanish Queen and Allen Winter both raised and owned in Kentucky furnkhtdf horsemen with something to Jlifc about last week when they w the features of the caret actry ih9rsat rReldeviUeWfiIJ race and Spanish Queen ed aiidd of elevenrlQOQa iEmpire staklC F t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS j 7 Oodson ewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING CAR LOADE- ACHStudebakerv l IS Birdsell r i 1 ItIburni y = =WagonsA car load o- fOliver Chilled Plows lA car load of Disc Harrows A car load o- fCultivatorsI One=Horse Corn Corn Planters 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 IILIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L N R R Woodson LewisT- he Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to N N N N t t 00 I 1 C0 t i l L U BLINDS j By cur attention to Sash and Doors i Send your orders to the Quick j E l Main St i E KY J 71 71 7i vj r 1 ItCONSULTATION ANI EXAMINATION FREE t w 7i f 71 J 1 K you jean get a Ball Bearing tfaish i itT tits child 14 years old can WMfaVtiib of clothes in six u miiraiiM Guaranteed to d Ajor money refunded EXCLUSIVE SASH and i Iisconfining iselectionShippers L4 HUGHES INCORPORATED 215211LOUISVILL 1L7i1 Dr James Menzies OSTEOPATHY OfficeyE RESIDENCE I Columbia Kentucky 1 EIfEjWho Break Your hack sWhen 1TIOO Machine i Write for prices on V New Way Gas dine Engines AddressDePtA Careof i fltIb 11091sVle gStYS wIc owEnterprue HoteL PhoneCumbN1G7Aoae 116J- r F iff ttF h fr I Nt iR 1c14 BliaiketI frr i it1 i T i t i t b tf Ii 5Pr1 f F r Bob Taylor Sanguine Bryan is gaining strength every day said Senator Bob Taylor of Te nesseeat the Ebbitt House The west is overwhelmingly for the Nebraskan and the south will line up solidly for him The talk that Taft thai carry any of the southern states is sheerest non sense Bryan will get a larger plurality in Tennessee than any democratic candidate has polled in years and he will carry some western states that are counted on as surely Business conditions in the southare showing marked improvement added S e n a to r Taylor We have had good crops and everywhere there is apparent marked return o f the prosperity we enjoyed until last fall Where Is Heaven This singular question was put to Sam Jones the evangelist by one of his wealthy church mem bers in Georgia whose cotton crop yielded him some twenty thousand dollars the year before Ill tell you where heaven is said Mr Jones Go down to the village and buy fifty dollars worth of groceries put them in a wagon and take them to the poor widow on the hillside who has three of her children sick She is poor and a member of the church Take with you a nurse and someone to cook their meals When you get there read the twenty third Psalm and pray Then you will find out where heaven is Next day as the evangelist was walking through the village he met the same wealthy planter his face beaming with joy He spoke after this manner Mr Jones Ive found out where heaven is I went out and did as you directed me We took up the wagon load of groceries and the widow was completely over come with thankfulness to God and when I prayed the angels came down and I was nearer to heaven than I had ever been be fore in my life I left the nurse and the cookin her humble dwell ing and promised her she should never suffer as long asJcould help her Congressman Ollie James former Congressman John SRhea Ward Headley of Princeton Joel B Fort Felix G Ewing of Ten nessee friends and officials of the dark Tobacco Growers Associa tion pled for law and order at a meeting of that association at allvtheir speeches was that themem bers of the association must right the conditions that have prevailed in Western Kentucky during the the last two years They them selves must put down the night riders Ward Headley elector atlarge for the State on the Democratic ticket denounced as libelous an alleged story that he said was to be sprung by the Re publicans that he was the insti gator of the raidonf1opkinsville The Business hog The hog for the farmer and the pork Barrel should be a hog that is hard Any onetoughfc to know this but I say it because there are scores of people who do not seem to know even this much They buy almost anything just so it cIS cheap Common stock r rwiltrdo for nae isi ar frequent sa inIt isfi strange indeed f ylt1fik1fittl l1 i i t t ri tI t i f 1A T FW ftA 1 ft f Jfj withall the good farm journals published that there are so many people who claim that com mon stock is good enough for them Some even claim they can make a hog out of anything with feedDont try this plan of past ages Get a good pair of pigs and learn how to care for them Take your choice as regards breed but buy the best LWhy Because the best gives you two chances You can have as good success raising purebred pigs as the common kind If you can not sell any for breeding pur poses the first year people will see them and inquire after them and by and by you will be selling as a breeder and the business will come to you and you will hardly know how you got into the business Although you do not sell any pigs or shoats for breeding purposes you have a lot of hogs that will take less feed and raise you better pigs oa There was a side attraction in Louisville during State Fair week which did not receive due news paper notoriety This was a three days animated debate between two eminent divines of the Chrzstain Church alias Campbellite s to the morality of immorality of the use of an organ in church services After thee days stenuous debate the umpires were unable to render a decesion and waiting sinners are still left in doubt on the subject For over forty years this question has been dividing con gregations of these good people and it is time it was settled If it continues who knows but the nightriders may take a hand In the discussion Farmers Home Journal Costliest of Dresses Who owns the costliest dress in the worldr Not the Queen or any other member of a European royal family not the wife of an American millionaire but the littleknown Queen of Siam Picture to yourself a gown of silk entirely covered with an embroidery o f diamonds em eralds rubies and sapphires all cunningly fashioned into most intricate patterns so that its wearer appears to be garbed in one great shimmering multicolored gem It will give you some slight idea of tthe dress which is valued at the very low est estimate at 1000000 Ibs or 4000000rThe sister of the Czar of Rus sia the Grand Duchess Xenia has a gown in the style of the Russian national costume with this difference it is incrusted at all points with precious stones of many kinds Of course both these dresses have one great drawback They are so heavy to wear that it is very seldom their owners torture themselves by donning them Answers v Where Bullets Hew David Parker of Fayette N Y a veteran of the civil war who lost afoot at Gettysburg says j The good Electric Bitters have done is worth more than five hundred dollars to me 1 spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach trouble to little purpose II then tried Electric Bitters and they cured me 1 inbw take themy as a tonic and heyJep me strong and well 50eaf Paulls drug store p 7Govi Wilson announces that ini the future no pardons wi i + jbgj Igrantetl without 1 public hearing of all artier interested 5145S iii t 8tji 1t f l Obituary On Sunday morning September 13th 1908 Mr John Ellis de parted this life Oat his late home near Pellyton Ky He was born June 28th 1875 He professed religion and joined the Methodist church September 2nd 1896 He was married September 9th 1903 to Miss Dollie Payne To this union two children were born one dying in infancy Little Nellie a precious daughter is left without a father Though he had been a patient sufferer for several months and was often heard tospeak of his condition of health IJknowing that he had but a short time to be with his friends and loved ones in this life still ata time when we least expected the Death Angel came find claimed soulEverything that medical skill could suggest were resorted to in order to relieve his suffering but the good Lord saw fit to re move him from this world of suffering and sorrow to a world where pain and sorrow can not come He bore his afflictions with unusual fortitude and patience and gave conclusive evidence of his acceptance with God He said he was ready to go and patiently awaited the hour of death He was a kind goodman and will be greatly missed in the community in which he livedThe entire community extends their heartfelt sympathy to dear relatives especially to his wife and mother who were so attentive at his bedside and used every means knownfor his comfort and recovery If it were possible to comfort them there is none who would not but the sympathetic words of friends can onlygive momen tary relief in time fof trouble He leaves a wife and one little daughter besides amother four brothers and three sisters and aI host of relatives and friends to mourn their loss but their loss is his eternal gain One by one earthsties arebroken As we see our love decay And the hopes so fondlyfcherished Brighter but to passjaway One by one pur hopes growbrighter- As we near the shinning shore For we know across the river Waits the loved ones gone before A FRIEND Gapes In chickensthis disease fre quently destroys large numbers and is caused by remadote worms in the windpipe The trouble canbe very easily identified as the worms in the windpipe cause the birds considerable difficulty in breathing causing it to open its mouth and gape hence the name Like other diseases the best cure is prevention and this can best beaccomplished by keep ing the fowls on fresh ground and not allowing their quarters to become fowl or filthy A good remedy for the disease is to shut the affected fowls in a limited space and cause them to breathe air Into which fine slacked lime is occasionally dusted Had a Close Call Mrs Ada Ii Groom the widely known- proprietor of the Groom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For severalmonths I suffered with a severe cough and ron sum tion seemed to have its grip on me when a friend recommended Ir Kings New Dis Veryl began taking it and three bottles affected acorn ptete cureTh e fame of this life say- ing cough and cold remedy and lung Solddansit Eaiiiis drug store SOcr and 100 Tri lbttle free ttr f K r r 3 r r4 I i i f kI l 7 41 f 1k jt t t8 t k iv r jf 5 IDiamonds WISEMAN SON Iand Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians H Special attention given to work and all orders in oFgoods in our line Oposite Music Hall 132 W Market let 1st 2d StLouisville Ky IS D CrenshawI Special Attention to Eyes Pistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fairprices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONE HALF MILE ON D1SAP FMV COLUVIU POINTMENT Coffins AN D Caskets keep ready for use all kinds of II and Caskets which will he at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop JE Snow Russell Springs fORIA GOOD MEAL VISIT THE Manhattan Restauranta- nd Lunch Counter OTTO YENT Prop 502 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Opposite Court House Louisville Kentucky REGULAR MEALS 20c BEST COFFEE Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 Dr James Triplett Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY WILMORE HOTEL wM uniLiMORE Propr- FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rates GfnDY1I1LLeIKY Ir S 1unbatS BentM OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN f JEFFRIES BULDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3tjCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY r V A Health Pamily uOur 5hple family has enjoyed good health 3nGew began using Dr Kingsv c New Life Pills three years ago says L A Bartlet of Rural Route ij Gjiif ford Maine They cleanse and Ci onel 5 the system in a gentle Jway that does ill2U1 ru11 d ruatore t 0 f r i lrhtiM tJ t f Atln j R i a Jj f trr f iy trr nrp Ii r I I I ADAIRNTYNEWS I v Cane V UeyY f r l Mrs Kate Johnston and Miss y Susie Kate Pagee returned horrie fr fromDayton Ohio last Tuesday familyMrs Ed Hancock who has beer confined to her bed with typhoid fever for the past two months is able to be out a little Corporal Jim C Sublett police man of the Panama Canal and wife are visiting their mother Mrs E C Sublett who is rea x sick Lee Durham Commonwealth attorney of Green county was here last Saturday and sold a small tract of land to Dick Hub r bard for 400 School opened here last Mon da hundredYstudents Prof Wm Kerr has taken Jack Sanders place and is assisted by Miss Lizzie Blevins of Campbellsville and peo Sub lett of Green county They are all good teachers and we are looking for a good school Prof Walter Bowen of Spur lington was here last Saturday He is a good old boy and we are always glad to see him EdEubank is in Louisville this week buying goods r Miss Kate Squires has returned from Cincinnati with a nicest k of ladies hats MissKate f is quite popular with us and we herareplace of business coilfinedf thongh we hope to see her up in henear future Bryanci r Mr Frank Irvin dismissed his i school at this place on account of scarlet fever v Mr and Mrs FGHill were g visiting the latters mother at Denmark last week Miss Bessie Barnes returned j t t from a visit among relatives sni = Mends at Somerset and Ono one day last week i 1A c S Coffey Deputy Sheriff wascallihg on some of our boys Blast Wednesday and informed i the writer that the Sheriffs work 1 was all up for court J v Mr Rowe Antle Denmark was in this vicinity last Thursday Mr C W Stewart president iof first National Bank JBurnside 5 was in this vicinity looking outs for new Bank at Creejsboro last Wednesday Geo Barnes and Robt Shearer I x were in Columbia one day last t week t J 4 Irwin s Store f nightJbut did no damage f Making sorghum and sowing wheat is the order of the day RP Smith was in city last week and is now receiving his new goods Alva Brown who has been in t St Louis the last year or so is back with his grand parents Mr and Mrs Jonas Hammond rMrs It P Smith visited ather 4 arents l4 ff sand Mrs Jane J Cravens several days last week I fl w tibEra the little child of Mi ancl j5 tfi Mrs Bryant Meeeie is vy sick t lfeSamliuh of Jonas r JIaIllqto1id20s pandone lf1 f 1l4 Yf f0r 77 tAl Mrs Bu fGgQP JQ14Il cow e J theJftYCiY j1 trustee meeting last Saturday and reported considerable busi ness done We understand Mr M 3F UJt ton will leave ina few days for Oklahoma We are s rrY to lose this good family Mr Black Easthem died yesterday and will be buried today He was a quiet good citizen UNION OF BALL PLAYERS Samuel Gompers Sees No Objection to Their Organizing Ball players of the future may form a part of the American Federation of Labor President Samuel Gompers ap proves it seeing no reason why like other labor it should not organize and tote union cards and work on a union schedule President Gompers saw the Browns wallop the Tigers at4 St Louis the other afternoon While he has never gained particular note as an en thusiastic fan he Is interested in the national game After returning from the game Gompers was asked as to the possibility of organizing baseball players into a union I can see no reason why they should not organize if they wish to he said Baseball playing has be c measkilled profession and the thousands who assembled to see the ga e in which the Browns won the victory prove it has become a utility As skill is required to play the game I see no objection to those of the craft joining for mutual advantage If the ball players decide to form a union the fans may be furnished the delightful spectacle ofa strike dif ferent from those common in baseball parks also there may be walkouts when some south paw shows up for work without a card The question of the future for applicants on major league teams may be Do you belong to the union rather than What is your batting average WAR ON JACK RABBITS Southern California Farmers Planning a Big Drive A great rabbit drive on Oct 6 Is being arranged by the farmers and ranches of DeinoCal in Kern coun ty and it is that anywhere from 25000 to 1oooobof the lon geared pests will be slain The drive will be made a big holiday occasion There will be a barbecue AIgreatou so as form a line across the country for ten miles or more and the animals will be forced to head into the trap where they will be slaughtered They will then be skinned and shipped to San Francisco and Los Angeles mar kets where they bring a few cents apiece v There are hundreds of thousands of Jack rabbits in Kern county and crops have suffered heavily from them Ef rafts to establish vineyards this year railed Because of their depredations TO TEACH POSTAL WISDOM School Children to Learn How to Mail Lletiersiand Study Postal Laws Postmaster General Meyer issued an order the other day directing all postmasters to unite with their local school authorities with the view of adopting the most effective method of instruct ing school children as to the organiza tion and operations of the postal service particularly the proper address ing of letters and the importance of placing return cards on envelopes Postmasters are also directed tq arrange if possible to deliver personal talks to the pupils and give teachers access to the Postal Guide and the postal laws and render them every as sistance in securing necessary inform tion Forestry In China Chinas first school of forestry will soon be opened at Mukden The Chi nese empire has been pointed out as the worst example among modern na tions of forest destruction In Africa A shadow clouds the endless sky In Africa The jungle echoeswlth a sigh In Africa The poor benighted Hottentot No longer roams the sandy plot But lurketh in his bamboo cot In Africa The lion skulks with trembling tread In Africa The tiger wishes he were dead In Africa And chattering with grinnirifer faces From bough to bough in each oasis The monks no longer run the bases In Africa Loud wails the hippopotamus fIn Africa Oh why did they discover us In Africa The pallid boa constrictorskips Unto the gum trees tallest tips And hisses through his whitened lips In Africa Within the deep depths of the Niles In Africa j Apang assails the crocodile WIn Africa k No more llesumiethon the sand J UhterrifiedrBlaseCJirid bland j Aonapping flies to beat the bind 7f lIn Africa n 1 srr jrWhatm2i Uyolraskithboding1 Jii Africa K 5TJThis ducking to the uncut bush AfricaYsoon upon that blighted shore Toting his faithful fortY =four i Vjliandeth tfie good King Theodore 1IriAfrlcii Idi n laJ Rice In Nashville T nneiiL x tEd ButtexS potatoes 1 ta- h toes and Cabbage atLnibi i ash Shoo r463t d If 1Crf r xdS IATTNTIoN FJ4EIS The Adair County farmers Institute will be held at Columbia Tuesday and Wednesday October 13th and 14th 1908 ifc t t I r Under the Auspices of the State Department of Agriculture Better methods of Farming Fruit Growing Stock Raising Road Building Dairying Domestic Science and Kindred Subjects will be discussed Mr Lowell Roudebush of New Richmond O an Agricultural Lecturer of National reputation who has been employed by the State and National Governments to instruct Farmers Institutes for twenty = five years will be present both days and Mr W H Scherffius of the Lexington Experimentif Station J B Walker of Hopkinsville Ky one of the greatest corn wheat and alfalfa specialists in the State will lecture on these subjects and on practical road building and poultry raising Assisted by local speakers they expect to make this one of the most suc= cessful farmers meetings ever held in the County Dont fail to be present both days Your tax money pays these Lecturers and if you fail to hear them yours is lost Dont miss the night lecture Oct 13 Subject Gatess Suitable for the Young People j by Mr Roudebush Bring your family and baskets and lets have an old fashion reunion j s l v tfy v ill l Ladies are Especially Invited to Attend tt 1 pj j r J In order to encourage better methods in Farming Stock Breeding Etc plans will be inaugurated whereby premiums will be given at the next County Institute on Wheat Corn Alfalfa Pot toes and other products Iso Live Stock f Every farmer that is or will become a member of the Farmers Club will le eligible to compete for any or all of the pr miumSoffmeq aid it will3not cost a cent to become a member If I r v r yjA EnglIshs aPresident Farmers Club l T 7 1aI NOTICE TO I I a- I Since putting in the stave a- I mill I find that lam Q making more fuel than 1 III can use In order to util = II ize more fuel I will give II 38 pounds of strictly first= II class Flour and 11 pounds II of bran per bushel for At II II wheat and will continue II to do so as long as I am getting this extra fuelII fI will pay the highest a gmarket for I 0Wheat0- i R Je t tt t I W R flYERS I Pi I = J 3IE39139GQOOI30aOOeCJE = Simpsons Sorghum making is the order of JdayWhoopingcough is raging in this section i The gdiool at this place 1s underprogressing t iBradmana k i if- shaw 1 t DoIa Stair Visited to fam ilyMrof M Turnr last Fri day An rr t sir 5L s7wtie bh t Mr Lee Grant was in Columbia lastweek Mrs Martha Turner died at her home at Turners Millon iCrocus last Tuesday night She leave tour daughters anda host of friends to mourn their loss lessrster an Bob dvalag ofHartoun visited litEi WB ri1ettts25t week I Mt L jL Powell arid wife vis i itedhis arents last Sunday f i qtit t MCclean and wifevas r J JkJ44wqr x i a e v r- r- LumberII y and Land 1 v Anyone who needs Framing or Barn I terns Commons or Better cannot do i patIthan place your order with us We I large stock of the above material and will sold at the saw set on the Page farm belCane Valley or at James N Naylors II near ColumbiaWe 240 acres of the James Pag- eIland near Cane Valley 40 acres in cultivation remainder in woodland Two small tenant I and a barn The grade of land is good This is your chance if you want good r I land in a good community at a fair price r ri d Masaic Flooring andkltwO Lumber Ctti 1 I A WHITNEY Agent coburg Ky 1 L I III I ited the latters parents Sunday Our regular preacher left no appointment to preach at Simp sons his last meeting from the fact he did not know where he would preachaJt r Conference illtownllisWe renntt lhI weekf i 4 Mr J Z jSollins and vvifeat ii S r iieiMeiffiM singing atMfe Zion l i- SlastSunday t Mr M fciiWSmfl5J visited ther f Pi i y eL A v r r Turner last SurdkMr J A Turner ofBi who has been ProsA ectm g hi th1 section for some time is It work near jSimpsons oifi J i of Mi Lee Grant4r t PR CHING NE XTIw H G ndidl e ElltiWjS UU igeon Gai- siGY irilr F Barger nvil4 0Z T tt1hlamb Col I Jt JJiPieri UDiO N If f fYf JIDi Jt WB = CYtr l fJ i ct J8ay