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I Iwy J JbaifL unitCOLUMBIA ADAIR C UNKENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21 1908 NUMBER 50 r rd iii A SAD DEATH i l Miss Mary E Wilmore Young in Years Crosses Over The River of Death FUNERAL SERVICES FRIDAY MORNING Death invaded the home of Mr and Mrs WM Wilmore Gradyville last Wednesday night at 10 oclock and re moved their daughter Mary age 15 years after an illness of four or five days She was violently attacked with malignant typhoid fever and death was superinduced by heart iailure She was a bright little girl the idol of fond parents and dearly loved by her brothers and sisters All the family were present when the summons came excepting Jas A a brother who is in college at Lexington and Miss Clara a sister who is teaching in Tennessee both of whom arrived in time to see the remainsThe funeral services were held at Union Friday morning at 10 oclock conducted by Revs W H C Sandidge and J R Crawford The church was crowded with relatives and friends to pay their respects to the departed and to mingle their sympathies with the sorrowing parents and affectionate brothers and sisters The deceased was a member of the 4t Presbyterian Church having giving her heart to God a few years ago She was ready for the Masters call and while itwas hard to give her up it is a con solation to know that she is now num bered with the angels in that celestial city where there is no sickness nor death We speak of death but really IS there is no death for those who die hi the fear and admonition of the Lord It is a separation fron a sinful world Jto be received and crowned in the heavenly home above We extend our sympathy to the grieved parents and the sorrowing brothers and sisters trusting that God will keep them all in the straight and narrow path which leads to elernal life JA Tribute of Respect The Gradyville Baptist Missionary Society and Sunbeam Band were bereft of one of its most active devoted and lovely members on Wednesday night at 1020 October 14 1908the passing I of Miss MaryE Wilmore the affect o fcedaughter of Mr and Mrs W M Wore Her death brought great sorrow to our societies and while her presence will be very greatly missed we rejoice that she is now a shinning sunbeam in the celestial city of God tWe will not again hear her sweet voice in this land where sorrow is continuous ly coming to our homes but we can go to her Therefore Resolved That in the death of our beloved little sister our Society and Band has lost one of its best members one who was dearly loved and whose death brought grief and distress to many hearts 2 That we offer our tenderest sym 4pathy to the bereaved parents brothers and sisters knowing that they have sustained an irreparable loss ra lovely daughter and an affectionate sister 3 That this preamble and the resolutions be spread uppn the records of our societies and a copy sent to the family of the deceased 4 That the members of the Society and Sunbeam Band wear the usual badge of mourning for 30 days f Mrs Sallie B Wilmore Mrs Maggie Y Nell l Mrs Ella Y Robertson Mrs Ella R Nell Mrs Emma Kean v Committee BY THE JUVENILE SOCIETY J Whereas God in ms wisdom has taken from us Miss Mary Wilmore our good and efficient President of the Juvenile Missionary Society of the Methodist Church Gradyville Ky be it resolved r jc That we have sustained very great loss in her death 2nd That we as a society may ever keep her name and the life she lived be fore us in memory and try to emulate t her character 3rd We request and urge the mem bers of said society to follow the good examples set before the nby her and livesb when the summons cpmes they will be ready to gp and met her where parting will be no more 4th That we extend our heartfelt sympany to thee bereaved family and commend them to put their trust in God who doeth all things welandto r live so that when the summons comes they will bS ready to meet Mary in If Heaven where parting will be no more 5th That these resolutions be spread bn the recordBobk of said society arid l i i t1t i published in the Adair County News and Columbia Spectator and a copy sent to the family Mollie Flowers Linna Thompson Mallie MossCommittee A terrific fight occurred at Cane Valley last Sunday forenoon between Sylvester Murrell and Ruel Hutchison Both parties were brought to Columbia in the afternoon Sunday by Deputy Sheriff Clarence Page While neither party was seriouly hurt they were both considerably utin the head the weapons used being rocks We approached Mr Murrell in order to learn what brought about thetrouble but he refused to talk and the parties who came to town with him and Mr Hutch ison said they did not know They will be given trials this week Learner Johnston was also mixed up in the difficulty All the parties were before Judge Hancock Monday They were fined 5 each made friends and left for their respective homes all no doubt sorry that the trouble occurred The population of Columbia counting people who live just outside the corpor ate limits but are towns people to all intense and purposes is between twelve and fourteen hundred Out of that number we can not call to memory but seven persons who were living here fiftyfive years ago and who have constaintly remained here during all those years They are Mr Jo Coffey Sr Squire John Eubank Mr W C Murrell Mes dames Ann Eubank Bettie Butler and Sallie Bradshaw and Mrs Lou Miller There are persons in town who have lived here fiftyfive years but they removed to other places and returned Mr David Beard charged with sell ing liquor was tried in the Federal Court at Louisville last week and ac quitted Mr Beard is the postmaster at Cane Valley this county The charge against him grew out of issuing money orders for parties made payabl to liquor dealers as we understand Mr W T Elder who was the jmaster at Aticlwon Taylor county wab tried for appropriating post office riiapey or his own use then feplacirig the amount He was convicted and unless he is given a new trial he will have to do some time in a government prison You soon di c6fli W1iiany pit are about the square when the fire alarm is sounded Last Thursday afternoon seemingly there were very few people on the square but the fire alarm was given coming from the residence of Mr E L Feese who lives onthe street leading to the Fair Grounds and near the corner leading down mill street In a few minutes a hundred men were en route to the scene Fortunately but little damage was done A spark from a flue had set the roof on fire but was extinguished before the main crowd got upon the grounds INO young lady ever visited Columbia who made more friend than has Miss Mayme Depp of Glasgow who has been the leader of the chorus class during the meeting which has been in progress at the Christian church for the past two weeks She has become acquainted with all the young people in town and without an exception they are very fond of her She is engaged in a high and noble calling and ner services are very helpful and are adding much to the success of the meeting The only way to build the pike from here to the Green county line is to raise stock for the enterprise to the amount of eight or ten thousand dollars The stock can be secured if some two or three energetic men will go to work and get it subscribed This enterprise will be a great benefit to Adair county and no time should be lost in getting every thing iIi a tangible shape Remember that the Fiscal Court takes onethird of the stock I Mr Sam Kash of Manchester Clay county spoke to a fair audience at the courthouse last Saturday afternoon in the interest of the Republican party We failed to hear him but take it that his speech was along the line that other Republican orators are nowdelivering over the State Mr Kash is a speaker of considerable reputation and mem bers of his party whom we have heard themselves thathe veiyforctble Rev A C Blake who is pastor of the Uuited Brethren Church this place arrived here last Saturday afternoon His former home was Elkin W Va He will at once inaugurate a move to have the contemplated church building erected at this place Until the build- Ing is put up Rev Blake will preach in the courthouse his first appointment being next Sunday forenoon and evening Every hpdyis cordially invited Ask you grpceryman for Ocp Coffee i 5O2t 1 tj j2j1fil ri Z I i AT THE PARSONAGE Mr Sam F B rb ewand Miss Cora Pickett Married Thursday Eve ning at 7 Oclock TilE UNION WAS GENERALLY EXPECTED Last Thursday evening Mr Sam F Barbee and Miss Cora Pickett drove to the residence of Rev A R Kasey where they took the marriage vows in the presence of a few relatives and friends Congratulations followed This marriage was not a surprise to the friends of the contracting parties it being understood that the union was soon to taRe place Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple repaired to the home of the grooms parents Mr and Mrs S D Barbee who live on Campbellsyille pike just beyond the bridge and where for the present they will reside The groom is an industrious young man and is quite popular with his many friends The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Junius Pickett who reside on Greensburg street She too is popu lar with the young people and will be greatly missed by the younger set Neither Mr nor Mrs Barbee have reached twenty years of age We trust that their days may be long upon the earth and that happiness may at tend them in all their undertakings The Meeting In anticipation of an unusually large crowd last Snnday evening Eld W H Pinkerton was invited to hold services in the courthouse instead of the Christ ian church and it was thq correct move for that large hall was crowded to its utmost capacity His sermon was one fofv power and the strong appeal made tr to the unconverted ought to ring in the ears of the untighteous and bring forth fruit many days hence The many people who have not been attending the meeting are cheating themselves out of and intellectual and spiritual feast A manof remarkable intellect x f intense earnestness devoting all his time arid talents to the saving of souls ought to have a crowded house on every occasion The services all along have been of interest and much good has been accomplished t Miss Mayme Depp of Glasgow who is leading the chorus keeps in good voice and her singing and management is universally praised All the members of the choir have melodious voices and ares rendering music with a hearty good will Sunday night EldZ 1T Williams and wife rendered beautifully avery touching duet The meeting will probably vcbntinue through this week The Greensburg Pike No cause can progress without earn est intense devotion Christianity would soon disappear but for its zealous advocates So it is with every move looking to the advancement of a community the development of a people and the bettering of conditions The News does not want the Greensburg pike killed by indifference It is too important to this entire community to be lightly considered and its advocates must keep alive its great worth The county has made a liberal proposition but none too broad for its own good and now it must rest on energy the deter mination and ability of the people in the section through which it is to be built and the business people of Colum bia It will be a fearful mistake to allow this to fall Talk it to your friends study it yourself and dont allow it to fall asleep The road is need ed the people are able to build it It cannot fail to be a good investment Death of Dr D McDonald Last Thursday morning at 2 oclock Dr Donald McDonald a prominent Presbyterian minister a native of Scot land wellknown in Columbia and throughout Kentucky died in the Co lumbia Hospital at Wilkinsburg a su burb of Pittsburg Pa He was a victim of typhoid fever The deceased had re sided at Danville Ky for a number of years past and only recently went to Pittsburg to take up work in that city In recent years he often visited Co lumbia Burkesville eand Greensburg in the interest of the Presbyterian Church He leaves a wife arid several children fonndb the Roadside Last Wednesday inorning about 11 oclock Mr J ft Todd a well to do farmer who lives near town was found by Mr Will Smith lying in an unconscious condition in public road near hisi fC t ii J residence his horse grazing nearby Mr Smith gave the alarm and Mr Todd was conveyed to his home and Drs Russell and Hindman called After working with him an hour or two administering restoratives Mr Todd came to himself and Thursday after noon he was feeling all right but a little weak He stated that he did not know what had happened and had no recollection of falling from his horse The Drs state that heart failure was th cause Wolford Bros of Casey reek bought a half interest in Royal Pea cock from James Goff We did not learn the price paid but that cuts but little figure in the deal Royal Pea cock is a fine individual of good size and plenty of speed He carries some of the beqt strains of blood and has proven to be a great sire ofkall purpose horses The people of that section should feel proud ofthis acquisition to the horsefamily of their section and give an unlimited patronage The entertainment which was to have been given by the young ladies of the Home Missionary Society of the Methodist Church next Thursday night at the LindseyWilson Chapel has been deferred until Thursday night the 29th The meeting at the Christian church makes it necessary to prolong the time for this entertainment Remember the date LindseyWilson Chapel Thursday evening Oct 29 Eld John S Sweeney whose se- ri us illness was mentioned in last weeks News has gone to his rest The deceasedwas born and reared at Liberty Ky and partially educated at the Sanders Academy this county For manyyears he had made his home in Paris Ky where ghe died He was perhaps the most widely known minister of the Christian Church in Kentucky The court house at Campbellsville is being remodeled The present building is to be raised to two stories the first fioor will be used for offices fog the county officials and iron vaults for the safe keeping of all records while the second floor will be used for the court room and witness and jury rooms and when completed will be a credit to the county fi The Asbury Methodist Church build ing situated on the Campbellsville pike at old Tampico will be dedicated by Rev B F Atkinson of Louisville the second Sunday in November There will be an abundance of dinner on the ground and every body is cordially in vited Rev Jesse L Murrell is the pastor of the Church The following changes have been made in the lit of election officers for the November election In East Columbia A D Patteson sheriff in place ofef C Strange who has removed out of the district in Keltner precenct Mana Kemp Judge instead of E A Thomp son who is not in the district Our readers will miss the Gradyville letter this week The reason for its non appearance is that our correspon dent Mr W M Wilmore wasbereft of a daughter on the night of the 14 the interment occurring Friday The particulars of this death can be found elsewhere in the News A large crowd attended the ball game last Saturday afternoon between Camp bellsville and Cane Valley played on the grounds of the latter It was in teresting from the time the game was called At the windup the score stood 5 to 4 in favor of Cane Valley Eld Leslie Bottom has been remark ably successful in meetings he has re cently conducted He closed one at Poplar Hill last week with eightyone additions making in the last two months 215 additions to two Churches Humphrey and Poplor Hill Rev JR Crawford reports that he was in a very successful meetngat Christiana Tenn Eight persons had united with the Church up to the time he left and there were evidences of others to follow I Besides the Peacock colts purchased by Mr U S jlaynes reported in the News two weeks ago he bought four others from different parties ranging in price from 125 to 150 The whole bunch went to Missouri MrW B Patterson Adairs very efficent Sheriff in some way came in possession of some very fine arsHe is a very considerate gentleman pre senting the News with a choice one for which he will please accept our thanks The Ladies of the Presbyteri church will compile a cookBook to be called The Adair County Cook book 1iqtwi1f egladtt have j recipes from every woman in the county Valuable iri every package 0- 110coC9ffOe 3iiiiiiH tr 9 iY 21 t r t J The Farmers Institute The Adair county Farmers Institute held in the Courthouse last Tuesday and Wednesday was lightly ettended but notwithstanding it was an interest ing meeting and worth a good deal to those wlio attended Mr J A En glish the chairman did his whole duty and ahowecl the utmost consideration to every one throughout the entire program Gov J R Hindman delivered the opening address the speech of wel come to Mr Walker and Mr Roude bush the men selected by the state to conduct it and while we were not present at that particular hour yet we are informed that the Governor measured up to the full expectations of those present r 4 The program embraced many sub jects largely to be discussed by our people but iri the main no special preparation had been made and therefore of but little worth to the agricul turist The gentlemen representing the State did their duty and made interesting and instructive talks on nearly every proposition One of the best prepared articles on any of the subjects assigned was read by Mrs W K Azbill on How to Beautify the Home Her subject was ably and interestingly presented and a pity that so few were present to enjoy it One of the features of interest was the bringing to the front of Mr R H Price on the subject Some mistakes we farmers make for which a premium of two dollars was offered by Gov J R Hind man and county Attorney Paull Smith for the best speech not to exceed five minutesSeveral speeches were made on this subject pointing out various mistakes but Mr Price was given the premium on the ground that he said more to the point in fewer words than any of the others It is quite a compliment well deserving and likewise appreciated by the gentleman who bears the honor for facts briefly but pointedly stated More than half of the program was rendered before theIews man had the privilege of being present and there fore this report may fall short of the true situation It is to be hoped that our people wilt take more interest in the future was manifested in this meeting and that much goocLwilLrestilt to our farmers Game Laws As it is a wellknown fact that many unknowingly violate the Kentucky game laws The News gives below the time itis lawful to shoot game Quail pheasant and wild turkey from Nov 15 to Jan 1 Rabbit from Nov 15 to Sept 15 J Squirrel from Nov 15 to Feb lalso June 15 to Sept 15 Duck and geese from Aug 15 to April 1 Woodcock from June 20 to Feb 1 Doves from Aug 1 to Feb 1 Snipe at any time It is unlawful to shoot any thrush meadow lark finch martin swallow woodpecker red or blue bird catbird or any other song or insectiverous birdr Possession of animal or bird within prohibited time is evidence of guilt You are not allowed to shoot hunt or fish on inclosed grounds without consent of owner Violators are sub ject to fine of from 5 to 25 It can be seen from the above that quail rabbits and squirrels can not be killed until Nov 15 and it is hoped that our farmers and others will see to it that the law is enforced should it be violated Hunters from town and many of our country boys could in a very short time kill all the game in Adair county if they were per mitted to shoot at any time they pleased Have We an Oil Trust Among Us In talking a few days ago to a mer chant of Dunnville I learned that the Standard Oil Company furnished oil to the merchants of Dunnville after haul ing it from Junction Cityja distance of thirty miles at 9 cents per gallon de livered in their tanks They then sell it tq their customers at 13 cents Now in Columbia I do not know what the merchants pay for it but I do know that the people pay 20 cents for it and it snot likely that the Standard Oil Company would charge more for their oil when they have to haul it only twenty miles If the merchants buy it at 9J cents and sell it for twenty it is very extortionate and if they charge the mercharts here more than they do at Dunnville it is sQmethinig our peo pie ought to look iptp TJ L Taylor MrS RWalkerinfrme I the ieys last Thursday that all the tobacco n the lower end of AdaIr and in Metcalfe county had been sold The prices 1arig from 10 to 14QOr cwt l4 4 S i t Drink Oco Coffee It is the bestr502t Born to the wife of TOrn Waggoner Oct 17th a son Born to the wife of W H Flowers October 16 a son Born to the wife of E L Moss the 14th inst a daughter Found a small grip cantaining baby clothes call at thisloffice Mr J E Jarbo is improving his dwelling building a new yard fence etc The finest flavored coffee is the Oco Call for in Roasted and packed by Otter Co 502t Mill street has been completed a heavy coat of metal having just been put on There will be preaching by Rev Thompson at Rocky Hill next Snnday at 11 a m Mr L T NeatJJJand Misses Lucy Lowe and Annie Faulkner will be bap tized into the Christian Church this Tuesday afternoon The LadiesAid Society of the Presby terian churchjwill give a Bazar the 15th of December Every body invited refreshments will be served Allen Huddleston who killed his father in Metcalf county last March was given a trial before Judge Baker at Edmonton last week and acquitted f Gov J R Hindman is having new porticos built to the front and to either side of his residence which will a Icl greatly to the appearence of his Home e Rev A R Kasey will assist the pas tor of the Methodist Church in a series of meetings beginning at Jamestown Monday night after the second Sunday in November MrJ C Strange will erect a cot tage on the lot between where Mr C H Murrell resides and Mr J V Whites home atonce He hopes to complete and remove to the building by the first of the coming year F A Thanks We feel very grateful to the many f friends who so kindly and tenderly j waited upon our beloved daughter during her illness resulting in death t Their steadfast devotion will never beIt forgotten Mr and Mrs W M Wilmore- ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce R LjDURHAM a Democratic candidate for Commonwealths Attorney in the Elev enth Judicial District composed of the icounties of Green Taylor Marion and Washington subject to a primary call ed for SATURDAY DECEMBER 19 1908t 1c Notice To Taxpayers All taxes that are unpaid on Decem ber 1 1908 are subject to the penalty and cost as fixed by law You have hadample time and due noL tice in which to fix this and all persons who have not paid before above date need not expect to be called on but one time for this tax and if not paid upon demand a levy and sale will immediate ly follow it matters not who you are 50tf W B Patteson Sheriff Bank at Creelsborg Mr C W Stuart of Burnside was here last Thursday en route for Creels boro where he has organized a bank The capital stock is 15000 and it was all taken in and about Creelsboro but 1000 There are twentyfive stockholders The bank will transact business in the old Armstrong building and the corporation expects to begin business by the first of December Mr Stuart is connected with the bank at Burnside and his trip to Creelsboro at this time is to arrange for the Vault etc Birthday Djnner Last Monday was the sixtyeighth anniversary of Mrs J D Flowers thia h place and her children and grand children surprised her with a magnifi cent dinner Those present were Mr and Mrs Robert Chewning and five children Mr and MrsO IL Hutchison and five children Mrs M L Grissom Mr and Mrs Mont Feese and one child Mr and Mrs J E Flowers Mr and Mrs T F Nell and daughter Miss Esther of Somerset and Miss Mary B Fees After the delightful repast Mr J W Coy put iri an appearance and madt a group ofIthe gathering i vV 2 V VijT t4l fL3 r v J HE ADAIR GOUNW NEWS Cleveral xetter Attacking Mr Bryan Declared Spurious J ROOSEVELT THE POLITICIAN Using His High Office as Ground From Which to Attack Political Opponents Enthusiastic Crowds Greet Demo cratic Presidential Candidate Empt Halls Face Taft By WILLIS J ABBOT Naturally the great political event of the week was the admission by the New York Times that the widely cir ciliated Cleveland letter declaring for Taft as against Bryan was spurious and a forgery It is rather interesting to observe by the correspondence that from the very first moment Mrs Cleve land with the natural intuition of a wife distrusted the authenticity of the article though the literary executor Insisted upon its accuracy Now aft er it has been permitted to do its wort in rousing anew the hostility of the old time Cleveland Democrats against the Democratic party as now organ- Ized comes this much belated proof of its falsity There is an old old saying that a lie will travel ten miles while the denial of it travels one I suppose that today there are tens oi thousands of people who believe arid who will believe until election day that this forged letter of Clevelands supposed to have been written on his deathbed was really authentic It was published first in a newspaper con trolled in Wall street and alleged tc be the property of J Pierpont Morgan It has been commented upon approv 1ngly by every plutocratic paper in the United States When it was original ly printed it was put in double leaded type with glaring headings and with all sorts of editorial embellishments The denial was modestly printed in a single column article without any sort of typographical display Suppose somebody had forged the signature of the late expresident In a letter urging all Democrats to vote tor Mr Bryan and that letter had bees given currency through practically the whole press of the United States What would have been the attitude of the great papers of New York or oi Chicago concerning that Would they have mildly said that they had beer Imposed upon Would they have re- F duced their expose of its spuriousness to a brief stick or two in single col umn measure We all know well what would have happened The literary ad venturer would have been forgotten but the charge would have been made that the whole fraud or forgery had emanated either from Mr Bryan him self or from the Democratic national committee Everybody knows that the first pages would have blazed with the wickedness of the Democratic organs J nation in thus forging the name of a revered statesman to a spurious docu f ment issued after his death Concerning Foraker and Haskell t And why is It that there has been such a tremendous outcry about one Governor C N Haskell of Oklahoma who has occupied a rather inconspicu ous position in connection with the Democratic national committee The attack upon him was originated by William Randolph Hearst who at the same time attacked with equal venom Senator J B Foraker The evidence concerning Haskell was to the effect that Theodore Roosevelt the presi dent of the United States said that Frank So Monnett former attorney general of Ohio said that a man named Squire had said to him that Haskell had said that he and Frank G Rockefeller would put up a big sum of money to call off a certain prosecution of the Standard Oil com pany in the state of Ohio One does not have to be a lawyer to judge what testimony of that sort Is worth But the Republican newspapers always ready to say the worst of any man who believes in Democratic principles and the president of the United States who is always preaching the square deal but usually dealing his cards from the bottom of the pack attacked Governor Haskell on this utterly In consequential and unlawful evidence Being a man of honor Governor Has kell resigned his position as treasurer of the Demdcratlc national committee lest he embarrass the candidate for the presidency But the very day he resigned the man Squire who was the only authority for the Monnett affidavit put out a statement that he had never used the name of C N Haskell In any interview with Monnett or that he had ever had any association with any attempt to bribe the attorney general of Ohio in behalf of the Standard Oil company or any other corporation It would appear now that it is up to Mr Monnett to defend himself Incidental ly it may be recalled that he is not a Democrat but a Republican although ever since beaten for renomination he has been sulking in his tent Two Candidates and Two Receptions Mr Bryan a few days ago visited the city of Cincinnati the home town of Taft and the town In which he had Intended to remain throughout the campaign until that intention was shattered by the reports of Bryan gains all through the United States This Is what the Cincinnati Enquirer 3 newspaper whose owner is not over friendly telliBryan had to say about his reception there Twelve years ago William Jennings Bryan as a Democratic candidate for president drew 50000 people to Music hall the recordbreaking thenhistory of Cincinnati Last night the same manwlthn seeml more SQjEgnetlc Influence attracted such a Mighty multitude to see and hear him ar Y f b r I t tnit tIle rxcry lowest estimate was 78y 000C 1 It wasjaot my gdoU fortune to be In Cincinnati at the time of this magnificent meeting but I was in Chicago three days before when Mr Taft vis- Ited that city to make his first speech since his nomination The committee in charge of his campaign had engag ed a hall which would seat well above 12000 people For some reason known only to them they canceled the ordei for this hall and selected one on the most fashionable thoroughfare of the city seating not more than 2000 The majestic presence of Taft did not fill the hall The meeting was to be bj ticket But I went in myself with out a ticket just as Judge Taft was speaking and found no difficulty in getting a seat for myself and four other companions Usually a small hall is picked out with the purpose of hay inga tremendous overflow meeting In this instance there was no over flow save that of some fifty or sixty policemen who would have been called to restrain the turbulent crowd that never arrived- That is the contrast between the receptions of the two candidates Taft In Wisconsin- H H Manson Democratic state chairman of Wisconsin throws an in teresting side light on the meeting ol employees of the AlllsChalmers company near Milwaukee to which some excellent newspaper men referred as Immensely enthusiastic and evincing loyal support of Judge Taft by the laboring men I was at that meeting Mr Man son said and It is well known that the company asked the men on the companys time to hear Judge Taft stopping the works by blowing the whistle as a signal when the speaking was to begin I judge about 4000 men were pres ent At least a thousand of them wore in their hats placards bearing this device What has Taft done for the la boring men God only knows This of course refers to an answer given by Judge Taft to a question asked at one of his meetings as tc what he purposed doing with the thou sandsof idle men in the country Mr Manson predicts that Wisconsin will go to the Democratic Column this year He said La Follette has been crushed by the Taft machine Much of his following In our state has been from Bryan Democrats They wont support Taft and his forces which crushed La Fol lette Theyll vote for Bryan and Kern What else can they do Having been sincere in supporting La Fol lette because of his opposition to what Taft represents of course they will continue to oppose what Taft personifies and will vote for Bryan IRoosevelt to the Front Of course nobody expected that President Roosevelt would keep out of this campaign While it is not cus tomary for the president of the United States to step down to the position of an ordinary political manager the Roosevelt enthusiasm has this time as ever before enabled him to override all precedents and to abandon all sense of official propriety We have in pub lic life now two Theodore Roosevelts As a matter of fact we have had them for some years past but today the contrast is a little more striking We have Roosevelt the president of the United States and Roosevelt the Re publican politician quite as practical as he was when he invited E H Har- riman to come to the White House and discuss ways and means of carrying with money the pending election Roosevelt the president deserves honor and respect because of the dignity of the high office which he holds Roosevelt the politician can demand no more immunity from partisan at tacks although his friends resent those attacks than if he were the chairman of Tammany Hall or Boss Cox of Cincinnati his political friend this year Mr Roosevelt has seen fit to thrust into this campaign the great authority and the great dignity of the office of the president That in itself was an outrage upon the American electorate The presidents personal views are his own and it would be entirely proper for him to express them in moderation and within rea son No president ever failed to de sire the success of the party which had honored him But no president before this one has sent out letters ev ery other day attacking his opponents and basing his charges against them upon merely hearsay evidence or upon the imaginings of his own vitally prejudiced mind Mr Roosevelt has linked his arm with that of William Randolph Hearst What Hearst has said about Senator Foraker the president without inves- tIgation has approved But some years ago when Mr Hearst was a candidate for governor of New York Mr Roosevelt sent Elihu Root to ex press his views to the voters of that state This is what Mr Root said I say to you with his Roosevelts authority he regards Mr Hearst as wholly unfit to be governor as an in sincere self seeking demagogue who Is trying to deceive the workingmen of New York by false promises and false statements A few of the phrases applied to Mr Hearst by Root speaking for JEtposeTelt were these Exploiter of sensationalism crude foolish visionary apolo Cizer for crime And finally in sum ping up Mr Root said I say by the presidents authority in penning these words with the horror of President McKinleys murder fresh before him lie liadvMr Hearst specifically inhisj wind But tpday what Hearst says of the mostg stainless men in the United States Mr Roosevelt accepts as gos pel and stamps with the hail mark of the White House 1 Claiicagof r iZl I f ct 7 r r l rJI TO PEOPLE OF ADAIR COUNTY I 11 1 It takes money to run a campaign and it fakes a Ij great dealof it to successfully engineer one of national The present atitude of the Democratic udescontribution from the powerful co Iand trusts and consequently must rely on the partyI and freewill offerings of the great people to meet the demands of legitimate and the sooner this is met the more campaignI Ithusiasm and effectiveness will be given the essary win It is the duty as well as a every person who believes in and desires democratic sue I cess to contribute to this fund A request has been made that Democratic papers solicit for this purpose and forward same to the National Committee We obey the suggestion and ask every true Democrat to help in this fight to restore to the y great bulk of the people thei- rIdghtstheirprivilegesandt he blessings of a free gov one dollar up will be cheer forwarded to the Commit enclose your contribu tion EDITOR NEWS I Enclose find my contribution to o Democratic Campaign Fund I Name Address 00 Lgxg XS gX For The Farmer The Kansas corn crop is enormous this year and in Illinois Indiana Ohio Missouri Nebras ka Iowa and throughout the corn belt the yield will be well up to aji average good crop Indiana is said to have a wheat area estimated at 27000000 pelIacre is low and much of the work of handling the crop is still done in a primitive fashion The demand for young colts and mule colts at Shelbyville Tenn is heavier than ever known at this season of the year and higher prices are being demand ed Especially is this so with mule colts Every day last week large numbers of these young animals have been brought into town for sale and high prices have ruled From 100 to 125- have been the prices demanded and many of the animals have been sold at over 100 The government crop report for July places the average of Irish potatoes for 1908 at 3198 000 acres which is 24 per cent or 74000 acres more than last year The condition of th crop on July 1 was 896 per cent of a normal as compared with 902- per cent a year ago It is said that at Cheshire Conn stands an apple tree which is know to be 190 years old and is believed to be still old re than this The tree is about seventy feet high while the cir cumference at thetrunk is sev enteen feet There are eight large branches five of which bear fruit one year the other three the next One year this giant tree bore 130 bushels of apples The tree is regular in form and the area shaded by its branches is 130 feet in diameter Fight With Mad Dog r Joseph Hayes one of the best known farmers in Washington county had an exciting and dan serous combat with a maddpg Mr Hayes lives in the west end of the county and his children i who were playing about the corn crib called his attention to the factthat a strange dog was under J fri i i Tf t t i0 t J the crib and he went out to drive the dog off when it at tacked him springing at his throat Mr Hayes grabbed the dog with both hands and after biting his suspenders in two the brute tore a large place in his s breast and bit him on the temple A mad stone was applied to the two wounds and adhered for three hours to each one but Mr Hayes family being very uneasy about him persuaded him to take other treatment and he is now at the Pastuer Institute in Chi cago It is said that the dog traveled from Nelson county in to Washington and on the way had bitten several other dogs After biting Mr Hayes the dog was killed by neighbors who pursued Harrodsburg Herald Chairman Mack Predicts Success aNormam E Mack chairman of the Democratic National Committee has made known the rea sons upon which he bases bis prediction that New York State may safely be regarded as Democratic lows this year and they are as fol The Democratic party in New York was never more united ifot even in 1892 than it is this year The State is never doubtful when the Democrats stand together With a united party we find our opponents all shot to pieces opposI Hughes while another faction is instanceIClub of New York City corn posed of 1400 members made up proI men oppos most to a man in 1896 and 1900 IIam told that 95 per cent of the club membership is ready to support Bryan this year and that the club recently passed resolutions indorsing him and has con- ibutad2500 tr with promise to contribute a like amount later With this situation I feel that NewYork is not onlsafe fpr Bryan but there will be a Dem ocratic landslide V v A4t r 1 k 1 f k i r i 5i1 rlx r J flverythingGuaranteeTd g I I Sell all kinds Preparatory Rem = edies Extracts Spices gIfumes Toilet Articles includ ing Barber Supplies Stock and Poultry Food I Everything is sold under A POSITIVE fi a GUARANTEE by The J R Watkins Medical ID Co Winno Minn jjj ID+ Dmy residence on Frazier Ave Columbia Ky Jj IIlJones FIT 8 = 3IDE CODE3C39C3enOCJOc = IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY ATfTHE RIGHT PLACE 3 j d See my Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Produce Wanted W L SIMMONS HUMBLE KENTUCKY J E Snow J C PopplewellJ A CAR EACH OF r ggLLlagons and- S fetftilizetf Just Deceived Give us a call See our Ball Bearing Buggies and get our prices on all grades before buying elsewhere OUP Business motto Qaiek Sales and Shotft Ptfofits t Snow Popplewell i i T DALES IrlAGeneral Deehandise arid Undentaken Goods Russetl Springs Kentucky JOHN 1 HOBSON r GREE1lSBURG KH1TUGE Y i alas Erpough Pionietf Witte pence ti t- t to fence in Green and Adair counties c The Staywires on this fence are so al attached that they cant slip on the fl r Line Wires The Harder You Pull the Tighter it Gets L I r I 41t I Poultry getting I to fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the two counties and dont forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper ad fr vertised in recent issues of The News s 1 I O i FRANK CORCORAN I Uedh Grade o Marble Cemetery work ol all kind of Peru Granite i IIISee US before IIIyou buy Tr adefromAdairand adjoining counties r solicitedi Main Street lebanOn Ky ii it i ji i c il f iF lrF 1 i rferflTHE ADMft COUNTY NEf PKB r i HUBBUCH BROS 1 MARKETSTREETrMX xK LOUISVILLES f 7r I I7i fii JI CARPET AND RUG STORE j7 r 71 m Offers rI n The public a selection so broad and varied that every taste and very purse can be thoroughly satisfied Our buying power is effectively demonstrated by the fact that manu 7ic facturers in need of funds appeal at all times first to the m biggest and most prominent storeWE get the best and choicest always v 7is n vi I 3 Visitors Always Welcome Correspondence Solicited V I v Sri vi w v wvm 717K mmr7im 71 fiw mnCfi 7iC 7ICi 11 U G HARDWICK Pres J H COCKE V Pres R H DIETZMAN Sec WTPyne Mill Supply COI ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 II rIUUW IGttTS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS I GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 TeeNTftMftIN LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS Iron and Tank Work ISheet W I JOBBING WORK SOLICITED inAc1ii1lisTs I AU Kinds of Machinery kepair A II The Louisville Trust Ii Company Southwest GornerIFifth and LOTISV ILL Organized under b special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust business is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin strator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every y si tioii 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 corJporate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength rioioio A Big Lot of I New Millet Seed and I CowPeasH 1 j jp Brown Cultivators v 4C- T The Empire Corn Drill with cutoff I- jj A CarLoad of Milburn Wagons V f Buggies and nice Buggy Harness Also a complete line of Farm Implements J H Phelps LJamestown KentuckydJ f tKIMBLE HOTEL toIWItMBLEi PROPRIETOR GOOD ROOMS lOO PER ItJtfl GOOD BEDS SAMPLE ROOM VIICONNECTIONtr t RUSSELL SPRINGS KENTUCKYI E AHr r t Nothing Can Defeat BryaA t t t George Valentine a retired business man and prominent Republican politician of Los Rigrgs Mr Valentine is accompanied by tripJEast for his health situ7ICa tion along this Pacific Coast Valentine who is prominent in Republicvin tplchat there had taken place a most remarkable change of the he in favor of Bryan and that the Democratic candidate had ex cellent chances of carrying Cali forniaThe Republican party seems to be in a bad fix said the Californian and if the Bry sentiment is as strong in other parts of the country as it is in Los Angeles and California there is nothing under the sun that can prevent his election I know quite a number of republicans personally who will vote BryanLabor whether organiz or not will support Candidate Bryan as a rule The laboring men notwithstanding all repor- to the contrary are paying the closest possible attention to t views of Mr Gompers in the matter they are convinced that he had their interests at heart squarejjThe Japanese question is by no means disposed along the merelyIdormant but by no means dead There is no doubt in my mind but that it will bob up again at the most unexpectedmoment Washington Herald Declares For Ben Johnson The Breckinridge News aRe publican newspaser published at Cloverport announces editorial that it will support Congressman Johnson for Congress It says cCol Ben Johnson made a oodI clean record in his seat in Congress last session He was in his place at every roll call He l filled it too as very few m have ever filled it for the term He took to it like a firstI to water He was there for busiI ness and he did business Pity we havent had a man like hi there for the past twenty years Our rivers especially the Ohio would have been in very much better shape we are sure IJen Johnson is a worker hes not idler a time killer but a hard worker Hes been a busy man all his life mottin public and Prive walks And thats the secret of his success We need su men to look after our interests and when we get a man li Johnson we ought to keep him there They do it in oth States why not in Kentuck Republicans I- ependents n and goodcitize who believe in the man and works should support Ben John- Son The News intends to do it with a hearty good will Dont Be A Knocker If there is any shapes to boom business boom it Dont pull a Q houghyouIJhad head smile and look for better things Hide your litt1ee hammer and try to speak well of ethersano matter how small s yo li may inow Yourself to bfe t Whntl itaanjjer drops in jdlly hip t 1r e fk TellhHm bfsis a gr aIt3fnci so it is Dont discourage him by speaking ill of your neighbors Lead him to believe he has at last found a place where good people live Dont knock Help yourself along by becom ing popular and push your friend along with you Its very easy rBe a good fellow and soon youll have a procession of followers No man ever helped himself by knocking other people down in business No man ever got rich harte was THE ONLY or the only oneI who knew anything You not climb the ladder of success by treading on others corn Keep off the corns and don knock LnYoure not the only There are others and they have brains and know something as well as you Theres no end of fun minding your own business Itj makes other people like you N one admires a knocker Don rbe one but act wise IIJ OfficerseThe following are the ejection officers for the November electionI McFartSMcClain Clerk Horace Jeffries Sher heIC H Sandusky Judges Logan Win frey Clerk J C Strange Sheriff Milltown No 3John C Calhoun an R L Davis Judges W L Hindman JKeltnerC James Judges E V Thompson Clerk G T Kemp Sheriff Gradyville No 5 Geo Akin and G C Wilson Judges C O Moss Clerk J A Diddle Sheriff Elroy No 6John Reece r and F J Harvey Judges R L Campbell Clerk John Stilts SheriffjHarmony No 7John Darnell and Wm Loy Judges Finis Harvey Clerk Silas Denny Sheriff Glenville No SLO M Willis and Howard Webb Judges H K Taylor Clerk JF Conover Sheriff White Oak No 9Ben Jeffries and W A Wilson Judges H J Conovers Clerk Sam Epperson SheriffiLittle Cake No 10 SamYiff Pellyton No llR K Jones and J M Perryman Judges Oscar Sinclair Clerk Welby Ellis Sheriff Casey Creek No 12 =W J Bottoms and Leslie Bottoms Judges Willis Knifley Clerk S H Knifly Sheriffc Cane Valley No 13 Melvin EubankeClerk J Wood Judd Sheriff No l4W P Dillingham and 1Egypt Judges Claud Cal G C Russell SheriffI In tits Linen An ambitious politician who has at various times been a can dilate for public office has a son ganupon the uncertainties of kingly existence at last asked his her If the King of England should Kingch whokewould be king questioner boyYa ftWell anyway I hope pa HerpershisMagazine The people do not expect enough of themselves They do not realize that things they see other people do and envy them the power of doing they could do themselves if they only tried much of what seems to fcome to other people is only heresul of long continued We may not babletQ doas well as they have done but some measure o success ind same direction is within our ower riiv v 4 iy f eiL hi l trka i t 4 E1Ref J A gentleman who was no johg er young and who never Was handsome said to a child in th presence of her parents Well my dear what do you think of me The little girl made no reply and the gentleman Well you dont contmuedI wont you Two little fat hands tucked the corners of pinafore into her mouth as she said archly in a timid whispertause w to get whipped CuretLiver Trouble There are usually several ways to do a given thing but it is the aim with all of Us to find the best and shortest way It PeopleIsufferingfrom somethingthatthan that in the cure of so serious a dis troublef up feeling comes centloritions of the stomach so that your appetite returns and you feel like your old self again A simple laxative or purgative could not do that woniderfulthat unlike so many other things instead of anistrengthensyou d oilingtheto1Jtheeconomical Home Cure and its results are per whatfsdyspepsia indigestion biliousness sour stom anydand bowels It is the greatest of household itbecauseay need such a laxative and then you will ap reciate having Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin in the houseIFREE TESTIiner can have a free sample bottle sent to their home by addressing the company This offer is to prove thatthc remedy will do as we claim and is only open to those who have never taken it Send for it if you have any symptoms of stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlest yet most effective laxative for children women and old THEPUBLICas DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product bears purity guarantee Washington D C PEPSIN SYRUP CO sax GaJdwc BIdg Konticello ell The London Democrat wit a picture of Hon A G Patter on of Pineville has the follow ng to sayccMr Patterson is not a machinepolitician He is a selfmade man an able lawyer- a citizen of untarnished reputa tiona loyal Kentuckian He is making a clean manly fight against the corruption and machine methods that have become amenace to free decent politics- in the mountains of Kentucky Fe Is receiving assurances of support from Republicans who are tired of the present regime all over the district Mr Patter son is making an active cam paign and will speak in every county before the election Several persons were killed and sixteen hurt in a wreck on the Ohio CentralllineEClt Rideb near Bowling Green Ohio freight train tan into the rear end of an excursion train standing on the main track at the sta tion MORGAN MINff- Millionaires Splendid JGuft to t brJary dfressThe library of ugfcss received within the last few days a rare and beautiful gift from J Pierpont Morgan eof New York in the three volume cata logue of his collection of miniatures The books had been heralded in some of the English periodicals and in cable dispatches from London which aroused expectant interest in the United States These messages have not been ade quate to describe the actual beauty and sumptuousness of the work The books have been compiled by Dr G C Williamson who is one of the most noted of miniature experts and the miniatures in the collection have been copied under his supervision at Hempstead The books were privately printed by Mr Morgan at the Chiswick Press and of this edition de luxe only twenty copies were printed of which queenIboxes and they are deposited in the prints division where they are kept in the special cases designed for treas uresThe books are bound in white vellum with a hand hammered oxodized silver shield in the center of each The cor ners and clasps are also silver of the most beautiful design On these shields and corners are tiny initials and mono grams of some of the artists represented in the work One of the volumes containing miniatures by Richard Cos way is ornamented by a heart shaped shield outlined with delicate silver rib bon scroll and vine a facsimile of Richard Cosways autograph in blue enamel written across the center The small initials in the corners are also blue the whole decoration of this vol ume being lighter in design Of the two others one is decorated in the French style of the seventeenth century and the third is copied from a mediaeval volume in the Vatican li brary addedoand it is expected two years will be required to complete the work VARSITY COED NINE Michigan University Puts Baseball on Required List For Girls It may not be many years before the MichiganIsee the honor of representing the univer sity in contests with other institutions says an Ann Harbor Mich dispatch Hereafter every first year girl who is not excused for some good reason will be required to play baseball on the new athletic field recently complet ed for exclusive use of the women studentsIn to baseball there will be outdoor basket ball and cross country thehum Case of Curing a Leper The health officer at Wellington NZ has sanctioned the discharge of a Maori leper after eighteen months confinement in the lazaretto It is stated that the leper was cured by a treatment consisting of injections of a culture of the leprosy bacillus invented by Professor Deycke of Constantinople Other sufferers from the dis ease who are undergoing the treatment have greatly improved Big Yield of Apples on Small Orchard As an illustration of what can be done by suitable cultivation pruning and spraying E F Stephens of Crete Neb has this season picked 310 bushels of Grimes Golden Pippin apples from a little less than twofifths of an acre or at the rate of 775 bushels of apples per acre Bicycle For Blind People An Englishman has invented a bicycle for the blind In reality it is at multicycle carrying twelve riders led by a seeing person who dCes the steer ing 1 Mrs Hairy Thompson a sister of the late Thomas E Moss of GenA eral died at the home of her 1 brotherinlaw Capt Thomas G Poore at Frankfort She was about 70 years of age lIn Presidential Year 1908 Those Who Want the TRUTH SboaM Read An Independent Newspaper TILE EVENING POST DURING THE YEAR 1908 COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY KentuckyGovernors Froi Isaac Shelby to Atjnsfos E Willson All of Kentuckys Governors The iw tr only complete collection now in existence officeJUST t Engraved especially tot the Evening Post at a cost of 3500 1 In addition to thus n uptotheminute Kentucky map and pictures of all Ken withpicturesnations steamship routes tatlst1caldata In to the above there are nInemaps ot equal value the Philippines Porto Bico HawaII Alaskat Hemispheresformation S1JBoSCRWEKS h maUor w for six 1BoRth8Ublicrlptlo Understand that thesemall rates are by 9nlandthat rlce bY carrier or agent ie 18 ceaZsper week The latarket reportsri Af p Mr or I tjIJTb Evening Poet LOUISVILLE KY rrretf Ihdr1IIP 4 Jil v v5 i VASM J S l fiS ii eii f r t j 1 It r J THE ADAIE COUNTY NEWS r f l umgl ut f X11ifcsKeS iijlWidnesday rL 9hiljS J t jfldair County News Company J11INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR i Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests tlfthe city of Columbia and the people of Adair Hraad adjacent counties llaterec1at the Columbia Postoi ice as second daw mail matter WED OCT 21 1908 DEMOCRATIC TICKET I or i f f For President t WM J BRYAN of Nebraska C VJFor VicePresidenti J J W KERN of Indiana For Congress A G PATTERSON of Fen county JThe outlook for Mr Bryan has not lost any luster but is grow jng brighter as the days pass and the real issues are more thoroughly understood The Democratic speakers are not in dulging in demagogery they are not appealing to the prejudice- nor relying on tainted money to jjiin the battle Shan the people rule is the key note and is the man greater than the dollar must our people bow and serve monopolies whose purpose is to collect wealth In every section of the country the great common people are rapidly awakening to the tendency of the party i power They see a powerful Federal machine whose misteps Petr petuate itself have already cost the people millions of dollars in the shrinkage of securities ini the great business depressions now broad as the country para lizing business destroying hope and imperiling the future of those who produce the wealth They see Mr Roosevelt entrench- edJ in the affections of Mr Taft and they see Mr Taft pliant in the power of Mr Roosevelt whose course leads to centfiliza titan of power In all the past no man has ever exercised theJ pow fi er in our government as has the jt President no President has ever 7shown such a desire to dictate and to control the action ofa political party and outline a specific policygfor a successor Inthe midst of prosperity when i the country 7 was healthy with out just cause other than reckless one mans power the wheels of progress were locked and no oneIdisputes this NowiTaft proclaims that he is for the same policy that Mr Roosevelt is greater than all who have gone before him while Mr Roosevelt proclaims that Mr Taft is great er and better qualified than another man to be his succor tMr Bryan stands preeminently above such political maneuver ingi such alliances and free ab solutely free from the influences that have to a large measure shaped the action of the party now in power No man who has closely watched Mr Bryan who has been in touch with his pur poss and efforts can dispute the fagjjg that his heart and mind are rested in the nI11intenselYin great body of is WitK him in efforts tQlniiMr back tn r lliytto its UL U LStand inglwhen measured by thecon r fiction No I man who believe Jn laetter political Jife who fle i ttt s i Eajr play and J usticetoroll sifctIoIiSand industriess should cast Mgainst 1SU 9amate yess Tehampion of the peo = battletis over it will be seen that a large majority has not done it In this issue of the News the announcement of Mr R L Durham for Commonwealths At torney in the Eleventh district ofcomposedGreen Taylpr Marion and Wash ington appears subject to the result of a Democratic primary to be held Saturday December 19l 1908 Mr Durham is the pres ent incumbent and he has made a very efficient officer He isj popular throughout the district and as he has been diligent from the time he assumed the duties of the office we believe that he is entitled to be endorsed and 1we further belive that the voters of the district will so decide Therefore we urge that all Dem ocrats in the Eleventh district be at their respective voting places on Saturday the 19th of Decem ber and cast their ballots for R L Durham esWilliam Howard Taft entered upon his Kentucky campaign last Thursday ajtIAshland He made several short speeches on his trip through the State on the Cand 0 railroad to Louisville At Lex ington he spoke for one hour and at Louisville ThursdaY night he made another speech somewhat longer Mr Taft was greeted lby goodcrowds although at Frankfort and Shelbyville he was uDemocratsRepublican candidate Mr Tafts arIIto hear his words William J Bryan closed his IIthreedays campaign tour i Nebraska last Thursday As on the twoPrevious days Mr Bryan was accordedja remarkable series of ovations at the twenty places where he delivered speeches H spoke vigorously and aggressive ly and the crowds responded heartily with cheersAt the saidIhis estimate of the size of the Democratic majority in Nebras ThursIday The Republican newspapers are keeping in close touch with Mr Taft s gains The Louisville Post of Saturday contained an Catolina1Istion for the Democrats The Re publicans wills certainly concede us Texas jThe largest political demonstration ever held in Louisville will be pulled off tonight Tues day Mr Bryan will speak at expectedII The Republican National Corn jnitteeis now demanding 500 apiece from Wall Street men says Mr Nathan Straus who stands ready to prove hiss asses tionrld0utofonecaniuto another he Presiden tialcontegtwill nd- on the afternoon of the 3rdof November andd thee county can van will open y DemocrsIt in Adair 4 f + at t j J 1 711 fJOII X908 0n f = 1I5J anno ncem nt O I desire to say my customers of Adair and adjoining Ihave just returned from Cincinnati where I an immensen u o 0 r 0 II A21 rr fl Ladies Dress I H Goods If Adthe ladies are invited call and look through my stock I sure I can please the most and I am confident my Dfeel are right Investigate be convinced Clothing Department UIs than ever before CanI ofurnish any kind of suit a manl jant plain or striped I W L 0 CIJ= to 011 10tll county should be at the polls on theJBryanfor Congress speechesethrough Indiana yesterday and at night spoke in Louisville to about tenacres of people Mr Bryan will be in New York the latter days of this month and will probaby close his speaking tour in Illinois IIt election is less than two weeks until Absher Health in this is generalygood 4 Mr and Mrs S W Absher of near Cane Valley spent Sunday at fMr Wm H Abshers of this place Mr Fordyce Gabberfc of Casey Creek spent several days of last week visiting relatives at this place v Ella and Sylvia Hum the pleasant guests of Miss Bertha Dillingham Satur day and Sunday Mr and Mrs Owen Hendrick son and son Ray of Casey county spent Sunday with Mrs Hend xickson mother of this plce Mr Wm H Gave and daughters Area and CleoJandtMrs I AJ Br ckman were atl Mr David Rice sSunday 4 t torIJ h t Miss Nattme Mae Hiimpss p Hovious is spending a few- daYscwith her couins Misses JfljMicl Syfvia Humphress rThe social f at jri JV B r Yn 4A b iiJ r t I rf 4 I 0 eiCl J to to o O l 0 0 shers Tuesday night was large ly attended and all present re port a splendid time Miss Ab sher sure knows how to intertain friendsMr Willis who has been in Illinois for about two years is spending a few days with his parents and other relatives will return home Friday Mrs Mary Morris and daught- erJ Annie Estell spent Wednes day with her sister Mrs H B Robertson Misses Mary Cundiff and Nannie East were the pleasant guest of Mr and Mrs Joe H Morris Saturday night and Sun day f Mr Wm Shepherd of Russell county spent several days visiting relatives at this laceoHe is about 79 years old and is enjoy ing fine health It is the first time he has been in Adair county for about thirty years and we trust that he will visit us aga in soon Mr JD Absher is repainting his welling Mr Bony Bailey is erecting a dwelling on his fathers place Misses Nell Thomas Clara Robertson and Aria Cave spent Monday night with their uncle Ben RobertsonEarth It 54 health tfthi neighbor hood is very ifooii at present 0possom huntig and soyghum ngi8ihe order ot the daY- Cassius Breedings condifionjs n0bJMiii Monti loners entertained t w J J Ytt OO 19050i purchased I Ulatest IMisses Vin the latest style by firstsa1made merchant tailors Come I 1 Shoes I Shoes O 1In this line I have an endless 1 variety for both ladies and geno marlieclI 0 accomodatmgI 6 else oeralbusInessI I Uog WALKER Colombia Kvg community Cut Raters PromptIVAll orders shipped the day they are received CITY HALL PHARMACY 6th JEFFERSON ST Opposite City Hall = 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 en1 lb bottles 25 cts Seidlitz Powders 1 ddz 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 All our rubber goods are guaranteed same a of young r night and all report an time Jones made a trip to last week Miss Mills of Mo0 is at this place Mr Oler was at Will several days of last week There was quite a crowd tat tended the of Miss Eva to Mr Bud at the of J Tucker Oct 4 Their many wish them a life Miss of Garlin is the of W J of this place f Miss Anna T ck been turned home + Birth i a little of tr John is on the sick list Mr writed 1 t r s i ll L = =Rogers Gallets Violet Soap bar 22 cts ctsPearsHudnuts Violet Sec Toilet Water etsColgatesSOctsMennens ctsGossamer = PATENT =Regular cts50C100 83 ctq IIIIf IIItunitySAUTER ISAACS Prs Louisville Ky JI number people Saturday present enjoyable Clarence flying Elkhorn visiting McKinley visiting McKinleys wedding Whitley Bailey residence MrW friends ngand happy Hattie Conover visiting family Tucker rvhihyj9ng tKniflex hX daughter Minjgs Ermine Tucker II TOILETS MEDICINES at IRoley two days of last week The school at Spout Spring is progressing nicely under the management of Prof Barger f Miss Minnie Knifley of this place is attending the L W T S andMrJohnat Pellyton last week SpoutSpringMonday night Attendance small Miss Marcia Owens visited her mother at Webbs X Roads lastSunday Who Owes You 1 collectYthe account for yourthatis if its can be coUected1atallWe makejJ collections whrftothe fail dpi old r feesriasare lei Writaier tafies k particulars KENTUCKY COLLECTING AGCNC- yLeNlnonKyn tJJ t I i r tf l 1 4tYj Aiy ovA 8 r ty arMt RexI Jt 4iC 2tI tgvi i j r it ir if E ADAIR UNTY NEWS P J J 00 J Jj I r V BiUSAYRIEL BOMANOVITCH DERSHAVINt f A i Itfote This sublime poem was written by Gavriel Romanovitch IDershavin a Russian lyric poet born in 1743 sand died in 1816 It was translated into English by sir John Bowring an English writer born in 1792 and died in 1872 Sir John says that this Poem has teen translated into Japanese by order of the emperor and is hung 1 up embroidered in gold in the temple at Yeddo It has also been t translated into the Chinese and Tarter languages and written on szB piece of silk is suspended in the Imperial Palace at Perkin 0 Thou eternal One whose presence bright All space doth occupy all motion guide v r Unchanged through Times all devastating flight i rj Thou only God there is no God beside vy 3 J Being above all beings Mighty One l JWhom none can comprehend and none explore Who fill st existence with Thyself alone 1 v Embracing all supporting ruling oer Being whom we call Godand know no more T V J In its sublime research philosophyx May measure out the oceandeepmay count The sands or the suns rays but God for Thee iiThere is no weight nor measure none can mounts Up to thy mysteries Reasons brightest spark lJ Though kindled by Thy light in vain would try V To trace Thy counsels infinite and dark JSi And thought is lost ere thought can soar so high A Even like past momonts in eternity Cv r Thou from primeval nothingness didst call i First chaos then existenceLord on Thee Eternity had its foundation all Sprung forth from Theeof light joy harmony Sole originall life all beauty Thine v 1 Thy word created all and doth create Thy splendor fills all space with rays divine J Thou art and wert and shall be Glorious Great Lightgiving lifesustaining Potentate VK Thy chains the unmeasured universe surround Upheld by Thee by Thee inspired with breath Thou the beginning with the end hast bound And beautifully mingled life and death As sparks mount upwards from the fiery blazeJ So sons are born so worlds spring forth from Thee j And as the spangles in the sung rays w Shine round the silver snow the pageantry Of heavens bright army glitters in Thy praise A million torches lighted by Thy hand Wander unwearied though the blue abyss They own Thy power accomplish Thy command y All gay with life all eloquent with bliss What shall we call them Piles of crystal light rr A glorious company of golden streams Lamps of celestial ether burning bright e Suns lighting systems with their joyous beams But Thou to these art as the noon to night Yes as a drop of water in the sea I t All this magnificence in Thee is lost What are ten thousand words compared to TheeC And what am I then Heavens unnumbered host Though multiplied by myriads and arrayed In all the glory of sublimest thought Is but an atom in the balance weighed i Against Thy greatness is a cipher brought Aganst infinity What am I then Nought i Nought But the effluence of Thy light divine Pervading worlds hath reach d my bosom too iYes in my spirit doth Thy spirit shine As shines the sunbeam in a drop of dew Nought but I live and on hopes pinions fly iEager towards Thy presence for in Theefi i 4I live and breathe and dwell aspiring high 4Even to the throne of Thy divinity V j Iyf jfc ar Thou art directing guiding all Thou art IJS Direct my understanding then to Thee i 1 Control my spirit guide my wandering heartv y Though but an atom midst immensity 2rSt1l I am something fashioned by Thy handr 1 hold a middle rank twixt heaven and earth0 On the last verge of mortal being stand Closet the realms where angels have their birth Just on theboundaries of the spiritland I rt 3 The chain of being is complete in me 7Jt d- In me is matters last gradation lost rr t 5r ndth next step is spiritDeity yl ay iX I can command the lightning and am dust i A monarch and aslavea worma god VV t Whence came I here and how so marvelously 4 L V Constructed and conceived unknown this Clod tJi iK ivy ife h Loves surely through some higher energy iJ r V Fo from tlftcouldnot be- I j jtf CreatXMr est Thy wisdom and Thy wordo goodTu4 ray Start 1vfi tr5i S m 1 t Buiids- ForceJ21 the Has cases itT of relief would bottles Thy Thy love in their bright plenitude me with an to spring n Over the abyss of death and bade it The of day and Its heavenly beyond this little sphere Even to source to Theeits Author there Oh visions blest Though conceptions of Thee Thy image waft its to Thy Deity God alone my thoughts can Thus seek Thy presenceBeing wise and goodY And Thy vast works admire obey adore when the tongue is no orej soul shall speak in tears of k Bryan And ProsperitY Mr Bryan in one of his speeches in Iowa said the panic is here It comes when the Rublicans are in complete control They have a whom they eulogize comm Repletely Republicanpublican House of Representatives domi nated by a despotic Speaker We can assume therefore that they have done everything they could do consistently Their policies andseekyet the panic is here It comes too we have a tariff so high that even the Republicans promise unequivocally to revise it immediately and Mr Taft has ventured the opinion that the revision will probably downward In amount the failures of the last 9 months exceed in number the failures of the corresponding difnine ference between assets and is greater this year than it was inv although the total mount of the liabilities was greater in 1892 than this year- rememberedBut it must be that the McKinley law was still in forcein 1892 It was in force until the 1893 The summernot Wilson passed until the summer of 1894 The failII ures of that year were great either in number or in the amount of liabilities as they are this year The failures of 1895 were not as great in amount or in total liabilities as they are this year The failures in 1896 were not thisqear in number or in amount of liabilities and yet in 1896 the Republicans were talking about a bemocratic panic and promising prosperity HOW CAN THEY EXPLAIN A member of the British Cabinet said recently in a speech that the exports of cotton goods from Lancashire had increased 11 per cent over last year and he de ared that the cotton exports of he United States had fallen off 45 per same period thhow If this is truen will the pro feet explain it The Republican cannot imscape portant to protect the public because its for their j et not the advancement of the genera welfare QutthenIof a i4 t 1 r t m r = = yousayBut because different medicines act on different parts of body One medidn goes to the liver 1 another to the spine Wine of Cardul to the womanly organs So is why f Wine of Carduiproven so efficacious in most of womanly disease Try Mrs Wm Turner Bartonville IH writes 1 suffered for years with tamale diseases and doetond without My back and head hurt me and I suffered agony with bearingdown pains At list I took Wine of Cardui and now I am In health Sold In 3100 WRITE US A LETTER light Filled immortal soul wear garments eternal wing flight its thoughts ineffable oh worthless our all Yet shall shadowed fill our breast And homage thus lowly soar Midst eloquent The gratitude President when be liabilities 1893 ionise party policies have richment that number of the people at the ex pense of the rest of the people If we are to have prosperity we must restore independence in in dustry The Republican party does not promise this On the contrary it pledges itself to a continuation of the policies under which trusts have grown and fat tened at the expence of the pub licThe Democratic party does promise to prevent the creation j of private monopolies To have = prosperity we must have harmo 4 hious cooperation between cap o ital and lobor The Republican J party does not promise this Oh j the contrary it promises to con t J tinue the policies which estranged labor and capital and have made J labor troubles acute The Democratic party promises justice be 4 tween labor and capital and a restoration of peace and friend ship between empoyer and em 4 ployee p PROTECTION OF DEPOSITS To have prosperity we must protect the depositors and thus induce them to take theirmoneyI J out of hiding and the channels of trade The Republican party does not promise 4 protection of deposits The Dem I y ocratic party does The Demo cratic party promises legislation which will insure depositors The S who puts his money in a must know that he can withdraw it any time and this A security should be given by the banks because the banks made their money out of their depos itors If we are going to have prosperity we must have a re duction in the tariff The people recognize the tariff is extortionate of Even the Republican lead ers are forced to admit this and it yet they are deliberately planning to prevent any real revision by electing a standpad Congress If the Republican party wins it will not revise the tariff in the interests of the consumer and that means that the present agitation must continue for four years longer Do the business men want busi ness unsettled Do the business men want an extension of this agitation Do they want busy ness to be unsettled by four years of discussion over tariff rates If the Democratic party wins there will be ail lmewateIso reduction of the tariff which will Iit1iinIA 1A-r J IWrJtetodayforfrMcowofYSJuable64oa t++ ++++ + ++ +++ + + f+ + 1ii IS ON I s WHO WILL BE i PRESIDENT + t L t f l t 0 IF YOU WANT TO KEEP POSTED i READ TH- ECourierJournal i Louisville Times I AND i + The Adair County News N NNN NNN s Fifth Avenue Hotel v +PIKE CAMPBELL MGR Refurnished Redecorated and Re modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popular Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS I Louisville Kentucky ipolitics for a number of years Democratic victory means prosperity prosperity to all the people a prosperity that will be permanent E Town News uiIThere has not been a season for many years when the prices eggs have held up as they have this year In July and August is not unusual for the farmer tore eive thirty cents per dozen for eggs to say theIprices of egg that are assorted and packed in boxes for fancy trade The large crops of and potatoes that are being raise this year over the whole country should induce farmers to keep larger flocks Eggs are now selling for a higher price proper- tionately than any other article produced on the farmEx Would Mortgage the rarmIA farmer on Rural Route 2 Empire GaWlA Floyd by name says Buck Arnica Salve cured the two worst res 1 ever saw one on my hand and on my leg It is worth more thin weight uVgold Ywouldnotbe with itiJtI Had to mortgage the farm to ft Qnii i5ct PauUidrug store lIry Shot His Mother In Jessamine county Monday Raymond Davis aged 18 shot and seriously injured his mother Mrs Hester Davis According to the statement made by young Davis to a friend after the shoot ing he and his mother had been quarreling and she hadstruck him several times He made the threat that he would shoot him self and in the scramble which followed for posession of the gun it exploded the ball striking Mrs inflietingland Fish were called and they pronounced her condition very critical It is said that Mrs Da vis told the doctors that the shooting was not accidental but that he had been quarreling with herlandher being shot is the result of threatWANTEDLive Red and Gray foxes Will pay 125200 each and express charges WYT Hodgen Box 232 CairipbtllgTdle Kj l tFi TWr n f 9 41- r i ITh lTtHE AD yGOUNTY NEWS 21 I Yi Personal JAOK rJ N in Louisville coffeyflasMast week m jI Mr J J CosGreensbugw lore ar w Thursday Mr R MonlPeese 1asreturnedfro a trip to Missouri Mr F J Ramsey Campbellsville was here last Saturday Mr W R Hoskins Campbellsville spent Sunday in Columbia Mrs J R Hindman spent last week in the Gradyville country Messrs Jo Coffey and Tim Cravens were in Jamestown Monday Mr L A Spaulding of Lebanon is in Columbia for afew days Judge W W Jones will go to the Russell circuit court tomorrow Mr L S Tomlinson Louisville was in Columbia the first of the week Mr Oliver Pelley was visiting at Little Cake Saturday and Sunday Squire Charles Roe and Mr Frank Coomer are in Louisville this week Mr Ed Winfrey brother of Mr L C Winfrey visited here last week Mr O W McAllister cashier of Cane Valley Bank was here Monday Mr G W Rubarts and wife of Pel lyton were visiting in Columbia Sun day Mr Leonard Goodman of Glasgow visited Mr Sam Lewis and family last week Mrs Jas Garnett and daughter Miss Frances are spending the week in LouisvilleMiss Pile who spent several days in Louisville returned home Saturday night Mr Geo W Thomas was iff Co lumbia Thursday and from here he went to Monticello Katherine the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Mont Feese has been quite sick the past week Mr G W Moore of Leona Kansas visited his relatives and friends In Adair county last week Mr Geo R Miller reached home last week and will spend most of the time between now and Christmas here Mr S R Walker and daughters Misses Maggie and Kate of Nell were shopping in Columbia last Thursday Miss Elizabeth Rowe who has been visiting in Glasgow returned home last Friday accompanied by Mr Jo Wells Messrs J F Montgomery Rollin Hurt F R Winfrey and Gordon Mont gomery will attend the Russell circuit courtif Mrs C E Murrell has suffered- greatly for the past ten days having a carbunkle on the middle finger of her right hand MrsAmanda Wallace is lying quite ill at the home of her daughter near Cane Valley She is a victim of ap pendicitis Mr J S Read and wife nee Miss Clyde Herriford of Nashville are vis iting at the home of the brides par ents this city Mr X W Scott is in Louisville this weekrepresenting Breeding Masonic Lodge in the Grand Lodge Mr K Taylor represerts Glensfork Lodge No 528 Hon M Rey Yarberry who is in the revenue service headquarters HaIti more Md reached home last Saturday night and will remain until after the election Mr Elzy Feese and wife have return ed from Burkesville Mr Feese having completed the work he will do on the dormitores He says the buldings win not be completed for some time Col W L Egleton of Oklahoma nightsen He is an attorney and is interested in a suit to be tried at Jamestown Hopper against SchoolMr J P Dohoney Sr and Mrs Lizzie Murrell left for Elida New Nexico yesterday word having reach ed here that Dr CM Murrells wife was ina critical condition Judge T A Murrell will accompany them as far as Louisville C Mr James Cole and wife of Baker ton visited relatives in this county last fweek Mr Cole is a staunch friend of the News having sent in ten or twelve subscribers in the last twelve months He will please accept our thanks for the interest he is taking in the paper Mr oR u r s selIPast Grand Master James Garnet Judge T A Murrell ano Mr G P Smythe left Mn I day morningfor Louisville where tney will attend theTiieet of thc1 Masonic Grind Lodge of Kentucky Mr RuB selj represents Columbia Council T Aurrell Columbia Gha er Ifa 7 and G lfythelumlArli 6 e No 96 Wanted GiMWog Golden Sl and root Writ ro e tYft baY 11fny 4Sir s a 7rL J iENTION r A Call For a Vote on the Graded nOOJt t1 j j toPOSItlOnII P iwKentucky ty iI Adair County Court t Seat Oct term Oct 5th 1908 Present Hon Junius Hancock Judge Thisday the petition of A G Todd and others filed at the last regular tenrf of this court came on for further hear petitionIvoters and tax payers residing in the proposed graded common sc1ooldis trict and was approved by the County Superintendent of schools and the trus tees in the districts named below It is now ordered that said proposed graded common school district be fixed to em brace the sa boundary as te embraced in the East Columbia School District No I and West Columbia School Dis trict No 36 which is as follows viz Beginning at Bud Vaughan place on the Columbia and the Jamestown road and including his land thence to and including the Milt Judd place thence to and including the Conover farm now owned by Scott Montgomery thence o Russell creek at the nearest point thence down same to the mouth of Sul phur Creek thence to and including the J N Murrell place thence to the mouth of Dissapointment Creek thence to and excluding the old Ingram farm thence to and excluding J W Hurt thence to and including the AvinBrowri ing farm thence to the mouth of Butlers Branch thence down Russell Creek to and excluding the Cook farm thence to and excluding W T McFart land farm thence to the Greensburg road thence to and excluding G B Smith thence to and including R R Conover thence to and excluding Sylr vester Bennett thence to and exclud ing the Scott Montgomery farm thence to and including Olie Conover thence to the Bud Vaughan place the beginning It is now ordered that an election beheld in said proposed common school district on Saturday the 28th day of November 1908 for the purpose of taking the sense of tHe legal white voters in said proposed common school district upon the proposition whether or not they will vote an annual tax of forty cents on each on hundred dollars of taxable property assessed in the said proposed graded common school district belonging to said white voters or corporations and a poll tax of one dollar per capita on each white male in habitant over twenty years of age re siding in the said proposedgraded corn mon school district for the purpose of maintaining a graded common school in said proposed graded common school district and for erecting purchasing leasing and repairing suitable buildings therefor if necessary The Sheriff is ordered and directed to open a poll in Tfdistricting notice of same as required by law and he will at the same time open a j poll and hold an election for the election by said voters of five trustees for said proposed graded common school district A copy Attest TR Stults Clerk By M E Stults D C In obedience of the foregoing order I will on November 28 1908 betweenthe hours of 7 am and 4 pm in the Court house in Columbia Ky cause the poll to be opened and an election held for purposes named in the foregoing order Witness my hand this October 19 1908 W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair county v Commissioners Sale ADAIRCIRCUIT COURT IOF KENTUCKYJ James M Fisher C Susan A Fisher Defendant By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court ren dered at the September Term thereof 1908 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on MondayNov 2nd 1908 at oclockP m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described property towit Two twentyone undivided parts in a farm of 259J acres located in Adair county on the waters of Green river For complete description reference made to the Judgment Recorded in prfer Book No 11 page 4 in the Adair cir cuit Clerks Office r l t t For the jpurchtws pnxi tHe urWwkav with approvedsurety 05 securities must execute Bon d bearing legal m teret from the a ofasale until Iand ha inethe force and effect ofT Judgment Bidders will bepr par d ofQ1 comply with these tttnna H Ti t f 5v y V MI kM t at r icCommissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUITCOURT t p iOF B NTUCKYt Lhcinaa Coomer r laintff = fi LeyiiisaComptxn Defendant Bfvirtueofa Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court render ed at the September Term thereof 1908 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday Nov 2nd 1908 at 1 oclock m or thereabout being CountyCourt upon a credit of six months the following property tpwit A tract of land lying in Adiar county on the waters of Harrodsfork creek containing one hundred acres Com plete discription of this land can be seen in the Adair Circuit clerks office record ed in order book No 11 page 372 For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will beprepared to com ply promptly with these terms H T Baker Master Commissioner Cane Valley t Coy E Dudglon was in Louis ville last week Ed Hopewell is building himself a residence on the land he purchased of Mrs Nonie Do honey two miles south of this place Mrs Alice Hendrickson is visit ing relatives in Louisville this week Claud Edrington and Rue Hutchison who purchased the Mosiac lumber company horses cleared 1500 in the last thirty days Tvvo horses died and one broke a legr Mr IWallace Bernard of Louis ville was visiting here several days of last week Mr and Mrs John Hancock of Corbin were visiting the family of Dr N M Hancock last week V returnsed to her home t Corbin last jf Wednesday Mr Tom B Lyon one of our best citizens left last Monday for Arizona where he will spend rttre winter D H Beard our good postmaster was in= Louisville last week He made the tripuwheel Mr and Mrs E C Siiblett celebrated their diamond wedding last Monday All of their children several grand children and two great grand children were present ITh Campbellsville and Cane Valley base ball teams crossed bats at the latter place last Saturday evening The score was five to four in favor of the home team Messrs Will Wilson Tim Cray ens Mike Winfre Y Romey Judd and Mr Durham all popular men of Columbia attended the ball game here Saturday e Simpson i i Wheat sowing is the order of the day jMiss Minnie Turner who has been confined to her tied with rheumatism Vis able to be out Slagain Turner made a busi nessMr tripA t this place one day slast week l Charley Murray and wifev- isitedNir at Mr JIY Q lins from Thu rsdyuntil Satu aJr Ibo A DG tld o eweft v r ofJ Jttle to rMr JoelWilkersxi prices SQ Mr Thomas fCPterlaie 0f H county sate i1 Ii 0 r t friends 3nd relatives in thisco munity this week i fr KHMrs FAnnie Powell visited bery j sister MissiMattieiSparks Tues f i J if k ay1It J fMrJ WrBlairmade abusie ness trip to Columbia one day last week Mr M L Grant and wife visit ed Mr Dola Blairs Sunday of last weekto Mr J R Akins sold oneliog to Mr Arthur Grant price unknown Ella Fletcher and child IMrs e visiting her parents this week Miss Mattie Sparks visited Miss Ola Rice Sunday Born to the wife of Mr Will Melson Oct 11 a daughter Mrs Mary Grant is on the sick list Mrs Ella Blair who has been confined with rheumatism is improving Mr J Y Collins and wife at tendedmeeting at Mount Zion Sunday wifeIMr Listee A t1ewife and Miss Cleo Antle visited Mr J J Collins Monday night Mrs M E Collins is on the sick list Mr ML Grant and Mr Dola Blair made a business trip topCo v lumbia one day last weekr Jabez i Dr Scholl was at Jamestown Monday and Tuesday MIL Barlow of Wood IMr Ky a traveling man for a Louisville Firm spent Saturday night and Sunday at Mrs R Wooldridges Mrs JB Bradley of Monti cello has been visiting her brother Dr Schol6fthis placeV for the last few days Mr D H Polston Weidon Ill has returned home after a months visit to his father uncle Sugarhead David Derr is in from Texas to see his father John Derr hoI is very sick t Miss Kate Wooldridge went to Jamestown last Wednesday- Mr 0 L Goode a Hardware Drummer was here last Friday I and Saturdaya Drumllmerchants this week e l Irvins Store Our farmers are through sowing wheat and digging potatoes and the nice wHeather continues theRj road t this week in the interest of the Fonthill Roller mill MrJ H Smith and daughter I Miss Maud were here on a visit Sunday JVC Wilson who has been sick for some time is improving James Holt and L M Rexroat have gone into the insurance business The latest rrlvals are a boy at t Frank Emerson and a girl at S SHopper s The latest weddings are Mr Lormie jLultrbll to Miss Eliza Bry a1lt Jr JI obias Wade tQ Miss rJMnrviartAI Itexrpt jol MissEllender Butcher f Sept Sheriff tcher feairing- the boys up livSy this weeker weekrIom the numler ofwitneeaen t 1summolL11 a UUIII 1eelfr f j ii 1x If you contemplate buying a new suit this fail wwant to xtendtoJYOuaiinv itation to examjne the largest stock ofnTI i Jf Bench Tailored j Clothing Ever shown in this part of Kentucky Our stock is from the shops of two ofthe largest manufacturers of fine clothing the United States inII Our Cheapest Line of Suits from 850 to 12 have all the Styles and Shapes of a 15 Suit f There is absolutely no good sense in you paying 20 to 25 for a special made suit when we will sellyou 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 goodia Tailoring establishment as anybody and if nothing else will do you we will have you a suit made but you will pay 5 to 8 more for itit wont be our profitthe Tailor will get it We are also exclusive dealers in the famous StrickerBeitman line of Mens Odd Pants This embraces the greatest varity of Styles made in both Peg and l i and Regular SizesII Young Mens Boys and Childrens Suits in all the New Shades and Cuts OverCoatsSWe were fortUliatte in securing some great bargains in Overcoats lought at a closingout sale These coats were made for this Fall trade and are entt e BARGAINS j r 1W tiJ i tlfaWilIJffotdtUS pleasure tos have you corner in and t rtiamin or stick Alftine54wMIld cwnpfetfe r jti r i YerytnaW J BusseWiod c A Lb j 4 Iy VI irr 7 JHE ADAM COUNTY I w Lingworths Startllp 2 I Proposition WHY THE CAMPAIGN DRAGS J Seems to Depend aepublicaniarty Than Advocacy Elect Its Candidate How the Election of a Democratic I House Would Affect Bureaucracy at Washington By WILLIS J ABBOT As we approach the end of this presi dentlal campaign with only a few weeks yet of political agitation to be conducted I am inclined to wonder whether the campaign was made after jbt before the conventions of the two 4gteat parties Except in a general way I cannot claim any special knowk f edge of what has been done at the 1Republican national headquarters But friends there for of course you unders- tandS that active political opponents may be intimate personal friends tell a me that with the exception of circu lating literature there has been little work of a distinctly political nature done As I writethis the information comes that the managers of the Chi cago headquarters of the Republican national committee are laying off clerks and reducing their force and expenses In every possible way The Democratic national headquar ters have been busy but for not more than three or four weeks Nor at the present moment does there appear to be anything like the activity or the earnestness that was shown in 1900 or even in 1904 Now what is the reason of this situa tion in both of the national committees All I can suggest Is a personal opinion The two men who are candidates for the presidency are them selves so well known have themselyes go well pressed in the past their claims upon the American people that there is little left for a political committee to do except to plead with state leaders to get out the votes This is the first campaign that I can recall in which not a single campaign biography was on sale It is the first campaign that I remember in which It was not necessary to be continually explaining who the candidates were and what they stood for I am writing a Demo cratic letter but I wish to be fair If there is anybody in the United States who does not know who Judge Taft is and for what he stands it must be a voter to whom it would be useless to send a campaign biography or a text book And in the same way on the Democratic side Mr Bryan is his own platform and is known to and of all men Campaign headquarters might be closed without materially affecting the outcome It might be worth while to adopt Mr Carnegies plan of a universal disarmament and leave the can didates to fight out their own battles without the aid of battleships thirteen Inch guns press bureaus or speakers bureausPersonalities Rather Than Principles It appears to be the fixed policy of the Republican party to press to the front during the few weeks left of this campaign attacks upon persons rather than either defense or advocacy f fixed principles There is more said about Haskell than there is about tariff more bitter attacks upon Bryan the individual than there is upon Bry an who stands for certain fixed ideas sHow far this system b tactics may prevail cannot be told as yet It is true that Governor Haskell has with out one scintilla of proof against him been driven out of the campaign But so too have on the other hand For aker Du Pont and Nagel all men of high standing in the Republican dr ganization But into a great organiza tion whether Democratic or Repub lican there will occasionally come men whose entire lives have not been or clered according to the highest ethical principles Macaulay once said that he knew of 8 no spectacle so ridiculous as the Brit- iShF public in one of its occasional C spasms of morality I know gothing so absurd as the violent outbreaks of r the partisan press in the United States 1J about election time when someone fin i the other side is accused of conduct H which could not be even If proyed put in complete accord with the Golden Hearstfstolen letters and using them to ex ft pose some one whom they accuse of v either a thief or e briber Great Statesmen like Mr Roosevelt find jio reason why they should not implore the practical Mr Harriman torcol tect 260000 from trusts and jnoriop olies for political purposes and there fter denounce the collector as an un desirable citizen awhile denying on the eve of a campaign that the collection was ever made In my judgment un til Mr Roosevelt has had the manli ness and the courteousness to admit hew wrong when he denounced Judge Barker as a willful and mall dons falsifier when the judge exposed his trade with the plutocracy he has no right to continue his pose as a mor Lal uplifterand an ethical teacher X Continuing Dynasty ithesonin taw of the president has materially to the interest of this cam paign and somewhat to the gayety of the presidents opponents by his speech in whic1 The declared that President Roosevelt would be a candidate in y 1916 Markjiow this figures out The i president succeeded President TklcKinV 1JJji iQQ1he served mJ that term is as electdagain In 1904 In 1908 h- et t 1 f 11 1 1 j1ecuthaL lie American Pjeof f tt per m SSO Sk cesf prvestermstt 1JC spOnsor in 0115 returiii cheerfully to take up the politicians burden vand to become once more the president This cheerful proposition for a self continuing dynasty must ap peal strongly to the American people There is no reason why it should stop with the return of Roosevelt to office Even If he were willing to retire at the end of one term his soninlaw Long worth would be able to take up the heavy task of governing the American people and by the end of his term Quentin or Kermit or some other Rooseveltian youth would be of age to accept the scepter handed aown to himBut seriously it is a matter for the American people to give careful thought to when the proposition is made that a political combination which has had twelve years of uninterrupted power should be given twelve or sixteen years more The management of affairs at Washington is not so wholly beyond and above suspicion that an occasional change in those who have control of it- would not be a good thing Aside from any change in the economic policy of the government I believe that every right thinking citizen will hold it well to have an occasional housecleaning You who read this may not believe in the immediate reduction of the tariff You may not believe in the guaranty of bank deposits But if you knew your Washington as I do you would believe in a clearing out of the cob webbed offices in which clerks who have outlived their usefulness are housed and even more important the trim and gorgeous offices in which department heads who draw salaries of 2500 a year and spend three times that much are luxuriating What Might Be Done The election ofa Democratic presi dent who would install a new set of department heads would accomplish this reform and besides saving mil lions of the peoples money would make for greater efficiency in all ex ecutive departments But myoid friend Champ Clark pointed out to me the other day that even though we should lose the presidency which neither he nor I belieYe we will the elec lion of a Democratic house of ep e sentatives would contribute to the same result Mr Clark pointed out that a Democratic house would elqct a Democratic speakerof course he would be that speakerand that the Democratic speaker could appoint sev opJWldr undertake the investigation of one of the executive departments No Re publican speaker would do this or if he did he would appoint whitewashing committees in every instance but a Democratic speaker who like Clark or like Rainey of Illinois or like Lloyd of Missouri would be untainted by any sort of traffic with the Republican side could make such trouble in the powerful bureaucracy of Washington that the Republican party would be put out of power for as long a time as it now has been in power Concerning the Bureaucracy And speaking of this same bureaucracy It bas been built up and gained its present powerful position through the abandonment by President Roose Iveltp the principles upon which he his original fortunes in poi tI SToday we learn that all federal officeholders who resigned Jri order to take up political wotk have beenbr dered to report at their posts4f they expect to be reinstated Now do you know what the significance pf tHat phrase is Men frpnijthe potomce4e partment the treasury or thej interior toresgi1ting and electing Taft Ordinarily when a man resigns from a job that ends it But they have an arrangement at Washington and for that matter in other federal offices by which the plan can resign and after having completed the work he goes out to do be rein stated It is perfectly obvious that the purpose of this arrangement is to cir lawIfrom taking an active part in politics The Republican national committee is ordinarily pretty prosperous I think it is thisyearJf it can secure the services of a number of practical poll ticians like for example Frank H Hitchcock Who it is said has re signedit can well afford to pay them salaries equivalent to those they were receiving from the government And then if after five months of political ac tivity on the part of these retired offi cials the president of the United States the old time civil service reformer Theodore Roosevelt sends word just before the election that they must all hurry home or fall of reinstatement how fine the moral effect upon the ountry1s Can you imagine a better bit of po litical bunko than this If federal officeholders must not lake part in politics let their resignations be final when handed in BittO say that the first assistant postmaster neral can step out of office long enough to manage a campaign in which all his subordinates are interested and at its completion re turn again to his old place is to give the lie to every protestation of civil service reform that Theodore Roosevelt himself ever made t Chicdgo 5 t I f tW A1oa indb1oa 5r Thevnamesr AlgoR bay andVDelagda bay are deri ved from the outward and homeward voyages of the olcl East Inaiamen who on their v yagettOi Gba W India were wont to calF at Port Elizabeth tille QJ1fWtirdr voy age and tiiQurenco larquez on the homeward voyage hence the nani6s Algpa to X3oa and Deiagoa from Gba vVVr fa I LJ1F7 n Di O I Mr J T Hamilton and amily Nell are visiting at J R Royses this week A very valuable dog the property of Mr R McKineywent mad the other day and had to be killedMr Leroy Stotts did business at Bliss last Tuesday The spelling at Bird school house last Thursday ght was a great success A large crowd was there The pupils spelled well and all had a nice time Landy Stotts sold a yoke of work oxen to Marvin Petty for 70 Moss Taylor are having what few staves they have scattered around here gathered up and hauled Greensburg By reading the Bibje we find that from the time of Saul to Christ every time that Israel placed a ruler over themselves who disregarded the counsel of God they were given over into the hands of their enimies And at last when Christ came and was rejected they were driven out of their land and scattered to the four winds of the earth Althoughnineteen hundred years have elapsed since then they have never existed as a nation since In St John 141 Christ tells us that if we believe in God to believe also in him And now kind reader in the face of all this do you believe that should We go and disgrace ourselves and our nation by selecting a man to rule over us that God would let us go unpunished No he is a just God and if he would punish the Jews he will punish us also So please onsider what you are f doing before you cast your vote Do not be like Belshazzer After 2 the hand had appeareji on the wall it was too late to repent The Medish army was then ready to make the attack And who knows but what our heathen enemies in the eastern hemisphere are not ready to make the attack as soon as we say by our actions that we denounce thei meek and lowly son of Gpd as an impostor But God forbid Brother j awake 0 what you are doing before tle 3rd of November You cannot vote for Taft without be coming his follower and it is an uncontravertable fact that you cannot follow Taft and Christ at the same time Ye cannot serve both God 2nd Mammon So now if you are a Christian no matter how your political faith may be for your sake the sake of the country and Gods sake when you go to the polls on the 3rd of November denounce the man wHo denounces Christ Cast your vote for a Christian gentleman and go home with a clear conscience believing that you have done as God would have yojido l Crocus Wheat sowing is the order of the day in this communityi Eliza Vaughah was shopping at Glenville one day last week MarcusLoy and wife of Fair play were visiting the latters parents Saturday night andSun d i trQ day f rcLt Mrs Saral AbrjeJ ollle-i very poorly this week She has a rising inside of her head t j BriittiejHays handsoinedwell- ng will soon be completed which will add much appearence to the farms f t Milltown Mi s Mont Thomas is visiting her sister Mrs Emma Breeding at Little Cake this week- Bro r Levi filled his regular ap pointment at this placelast Sun dayS0 Miss Kate Rudd is visiting her aunt Mrs Hamm at Greens burg this weekOJ Miss Nellie Waggoner and Mr Melvin Shirrell were visiting Miss Birt Thomas last Saturday night Messrs G P Handy and Char lie Thomas were in Columbia last Thursday Mr and Mrs John Morrison of Columbia were yisiting Mr ando Mrs George Butler last SundayQuite a number attended the birthday dinner at the home of MrJOJ W Calhouns last Sunday A nice dinner was spread and all reported an enjoyable time Mrs Fannie Moxdey of Dal las Texas is visiting Mr and Mrs Ed JJohnston Miss Mary Wilmore died at Gradyville one day last week WANTEDLive Red and Gray foxes Will pay 125 200 each and ex resscharges W T Hodgen Box 232 Campbellsville Ky ij i I u Kniflcy Dry weather still continues and heavy frosts have caused con siderable damage to corn that I was late planted which included a good portion of the crop The hal h is generally good owing to so much dry weather Wheat sowing is late the land being too hard to plow Workon the pike from here to Wilson is moving along nicely Mrs Seldoii Hatcher and daughter Mr Owen Banks spent a day andnight with A C Wheeler and family last week Mrs Banks is teaching a class in instrumental music atRoley Mr JV Dunbar has put a new roof on his home and finished a full froht varanda which adds much to the appearance of v same The T TeachersAssociation here the 3rd was lightly attended Interest in same seems to be on the drag One topic on the program was Why do only 50 per cent of the children attend School If any of the Monger or teachers will tell why only about 20 per cent of teachers attend the association the aBove question will be answered Mr J W Benedict of Elk horn is in this section drilling wells He has drilled one ach for W H C Monday and John Arnold Johnson Watson and Bud Sher rill and family who have been making their home in Illinois for several yearspast have returned to old Adair Come back boys pap fltiIllives Mr Hi B Ingram has bought a portion of his farm back from W L Russellf 1000 ut he will move to Columbia Where Bullets flew DavidParker ofFayetterN a veterari of ihevcivif war wflolost a foot at Gettysburg says fcThe good Electric Bitters have done is worth mote than five hundred dollars to me I spent much money Doctoring1 for a bad case of stomach trouble to little purpose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured me I now take them aa a tonic and they keep ine strong and elKH 50c at Paulls drug store v t ifL J tp ri s 0 4 t 1 t t rET i 7J PROGRAM h R 0f the Adair County Cooperation Meeting which K will Convene at Shiloh on Friday Night before the W Fourth Sunday in Pdbber 908at seven oclock DevotionalSE 2 SymposiumThe Man of GalileecI1 The Babe of Bethlehem F J Barger 2eCarpenter BoyIZ T Williams f 7iJ The Annointed of God W K Azbill I 3 The Appointment of Committees 1 SATURDAY MORNING 9307Js 1E Devotional Il 2 We Would See Jesus A si Is the Old Gospel run out W K Azbill S 5 1 What of the Restoration Movement iC IIMrsGabbert Williams 7iczEQ Reports from Churches Reports from Evangelists I 4 The Union of Disciples with Christ j t 3 Jr J M R t Z T 2 1 3 f IIHorace5 Duties of the Eldership U L Taylor 7K SATURDAY NIGHT 70 CLOCKj9 1 E 7iDevotional E 2 JTie Mission of the Church W K Azbill v 7fE Williamst 7K IE SUNDAY MORNING 930 t E Devotional V XIX Montgomeryf K 3 SermonLeslieBottom7F 4i Communion ix 14 7K iE qlf the meeting at Columbia does not holdover Sun day W H Pinkerton will attend the county meeting f 7K k f r I Lumber and Land patI Anyone who needs Framing of Barn Commons or Better cannot do better Iterns place your order with us We have a large stock of the above material and will sold at the saw set on the Page farm beI Cane Valley or at JamesTNLNaylors I near Columbia I We will sell 240 acres of the James Page- I land near Cane Valley 40 acres in cultivation the mainder in woodland Two small tenant- 1 houses and a barn The grade of land is good This is your chance if you want good land in a good community at a fair price Wood Masaic Flooring and Lumber Co incI BiJ A WHITNEY Agent Coburg I Y L IDCJ808OEJoaOD9E300E Jr3D8D9DOD8C1E300D80Of I NOTICE TO FARMERS I Iaa mill I find that I am I aDa v ize more fuel I will giVe D 38 pounds of strictly first = a aa1a1I0 I I forgoodtV QUf fB4 w4 yj craJWheaq i uiF IS 0 1 f I 10 I W1 1iYERS I- ib t li r44 f g J f r 4Mr T i I COUNT NEWS r rI Woodson Lewis Greensburg F Kentucky JS NOW OFFERING CAR LOAD EACH lT StudebakerBirdsell i flilbtirn i = =WagonsA car load o- fOliver Chilled Plows A car load of Disc Harrows v A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters1 One= Horse Corn Drills andI Will have the greatest and fipest display a of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade LIME SALT AND CEMENT- A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L N R R Woodson LewisThe Merchant Qreensburg Ky t Mail orders promply attended to we are j By oui to Sash and Doors we are enabled to carry a larger stock and a better selection than any othe house in the South Send your orders to the Quick COII St Jvv v J Iv V I i7 7 II7i 7t ri i7J7I 7I II7iIE in 7i f 1 i XI 5 CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATIOk FREE V 9E J7L J7K1 71 f 7i 7K When you can get a Ball Bearing Machine thatacfcild14 years old can wash tubof clothes in six minutes Guaranteed tod h work money refunded EXCLUSIVE SASH and DOOR HOUSE is what confining attention Shippers 215211 219 E Main LOUISVILLE KY 1 IZOSTEOPATHY Dr James Menzies Office t ATIESIDENCEL Columbia Kentucky vit wtV V 1f immIiii 77j Whq Break Voor Back 1900 Wash a or iWrite for prices on v CCNew WayGasI ollne Engines u 7iAddress Dept A Care oft r DefIet ros libuisvi1Iej1 116 EMarke t1square below Enterprise Hotel Phone CumbflG7Ai Home 2M7 i0l f Iwk 1 1 r o 1 Education of Heart and Head A Chicago professor lately Presented to his class in college the following list of questions tha he declared ought to be answer ed satisfactorily by every man before he received his degree of Bachelor of Arts Do you see anything to love in a little child Have you sympathy with all good causes Can you look straight into the eyes of an honest man or a pure woman Will a lonely dog follow you Do you believe in lending a helping hand to weaker men Do you believe in taking advantage of the law when you can do so Can you be highminded and happy in drudgery Can you see as much beauty in washing dishes and hoeing corn as in playing golf and the piano Do you know the value of time and money Are you good friends with yourselfDo see anything in life be sides dollars and cents Can you see sunshine in a mud puddleCan you see beyond the stars Says an exchange of the Chi cago philosopher He has hit upon a great truth for an edu cation that inculcates kindheart edness helpfulness pure living the love of honest labor the sun niest optimism as to the present and a- future firm trust in God for the is worth more than all the other kinds of training put to gether The Classmate Hogwallow News For Hogwallow Kentuckian t A man never gets too old to be ignorant Never tell all you know Save some of it for the next time A flea changes its location so often that it can never amount t to muchIf the sinners would join the church the protractedmeet ings would fail Sap Spradlin will go to work at the sorghum mill long enough to buy him a new hat tWhen you are busted about the t best thing you can do is to go home and go to bed When a person gets so he does not believe anything he hears he has lost confidence in himself The crickets will soon be tak 5 ing their accustomed seat in the warm recesses of the hearth stones The birds the past summer E have used their last years nests onesVon account of hard times A poet getting a living out of writing serious verse is like a church rat trying to sustain life by gnawing on the song books Raz Barlow attended preach ing at Dog Hill Sunday and af c ter the sermon complained that something had been biting him on the wrist An unknown traveling photo graph man was r in our vicinity neq ay this week and took Frisby Hancocks pictureand his best horse The Excelsior Fiddling Band went out last night and while part of them sernaded at the I frontcgatejthe others went around i ithffft h t air the back way anaidedtl watermelon patch Miss Fruzie Allsop is working night and day on a home talent Ont ion schoolhouse next Christmas The name of it is Why Did the Robin Leave Her Nest Before the Eggs Were Hatched Your name may be recorded oh the church book or on the lodge book or it may be blazoned in gold on your door plate or it may shine forth in Spencerian curves on the hotel register but in our eyes it will loom up pretty well on our subscription book An Alphabet for Children All your thoughts and acts God knows He counts each grief and tear And ere you speak an unkind J word Just think that God will hear Before you close your eyes in sleep If you have naughty been Pray God your little soul t keep And free you from all sin Come early to the Sabbat- School And know your lessons too Ye learn of Christ who on the cross Hath died for me and you Do your duty never fear Though the path looks dark and drear Just ahead the road is bright And God will make your burdens light Ever dare to do the right And ever shun the wrong This is the way to live my boy And help the world along For every child there is some work That little hands can do Then never shirk the little work That Ma asks you to do God in Heaven knows all chil dren Knows their thoughts and a c tions too And a record now is keeping Ofthe naughty things they do Hear the shepherd kindly call ing Little children come unto me Like the angels up in heaven From all sin you should be free In this world are sin and sor row i And the curse of sin runs free But if we keep the paths so nar row Soon the Savior we shall see Just a few more days of sor row On this wide wide world to roam Then our trials will be over And well reign in peace a home Know this that v every child is free y7 To say what kind of man hell be And to him tis also given To make his home in hell or heaven t Look on the bright side children Deep sorrows do not hold For the deepest cloud is often Tinged wilji the brightest gold Man was made to sorrow While through this life we roam But one some bright tomorrow Sweet heaven may He our home Nothing is fair or good alone And forallsjn we should atone Forhere we know we can h riot h tj s f r r Jt hj t1jigye sin world must ass away r- On the hills of bliss eternal Where the Savior now doth reign We maymeet again dear children If from sin you will refrain Promise now that you will meet me In that laflti so bright and fair Where our Saviors gone before- us A bright mansion to prepare Questions that are hard to answer In the course of time arise But be patient my dear children And well meet beyond the skies Read the Holy Scriptures chil dren They alone can comfort give Whether poor and weak and8 needy Or in riches you do live Some sweet day well cross deaths river r sideoBut it weve obeyed the Gospel Jesus Christ will be our guide pleasurehWhere the tree of life doth grow And where lifes pure crystal river From the throne of God doth flow Union gives u s strength dear children For the daily toils of life Yes if we will help each other It is better far than strife Vain and idle thoughts may lead us In the paths of sin and shame And may check thepearly prog ress Of lifes faSok that bears our name When you meet a weakerbrother Lend to him a helping hand And the master will reward you When you reach that heavenly land- Xanthic metal oft called gold Is no treasure of the soul It serves you though here while you live But lasting pleasure cannot give You should love the Savior children Who so freely died for thee And must treat each other kindly If the Savior you would see Zenith is the highest point To which we may arise Until we bid this earth adieu Andmount beyond the skies Robert Lee Campbell Laboring men when they cast their votes next November may rest assured that they will not thetadvice of men grown gray in the service of the cause of labor and who have always the interest of the workers at heart in preference to the advise of those who are avowed enemies of organized labor at all times except just a few weeks before election Duluth Minn Labor World Had a lose call Mrs Ada L Groom the widely known vaughn1Misssays sumption seemed to have its grip on me when a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery I began tak ing it and three bottles affected a corn pletecure The fame of this life say ing cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer is world wide Sold at Eaulite drug store JRqcand 1 00 Trial x tlli y 1 I w It WISMAIA nds and Precion Jewlers and Opticians V Special attention given to work and all orders in of odds in our line Oposlte Music Hall 132 W Market I Bet 1st 2d StLouisville Ky I wII Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any surgical 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 ONEHALF MILE I FROM COLUMIA ON IPOINTMENT Coffins AND CasketsS U I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop J E Snow Russell Springs FORJA GOOD MEAL VISIT THE Manhattan Restauranta- nd Lunch Counter OTTO L VENT Prop 502 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Opposite Court House Louisville Kentucky REGULAR MEALS 20c BEST COFFEE Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 Dr James TriplettI 4Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY WILMORE HOT1IAyw- eN LUILiMORE Pnopr FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rat- esQRftDYiTILLa t KY 1Dr E unbar Dentist JSOFFICE FRONT ROOMS INiJEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 ICOL MBIAoKiNTQCKY fi f I JlA Healthy familvfOur whole family has enjoyed dJjhealth since we began using Dr Kingjai New Life Pills three years ago sISrj f LoABartletofRuralRoute 1 Quit fordMaine They cleanse sand font r jthere stemina gentle waythataoetj s trpu good 25c atPaulls drug store 4 i ltf