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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t Ij ipI i I n tt H 1o 1 9- t3Agif 1nntu etuj i- tVOLUME fZ y r I t I XI COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1908 NUMBER 51 J J Comedo the Speaking re will he a joint discussion of the al issues at the courthouse in lace next Saturday evening Hon V Montgomery will represent the cratic party and Judge W W the Republican party Every is invited These two gentlemen ell posted and are known to the people of Adair county Be sure attend Speaking will commence ptly at 7 oclock re is nothing that builds up a y faster than good roads We- like to see pikes runnuig out ten from Columbia on the Jamestown Jurkesville roads eight miles will sect the from Greensburg on- reensburgroad and it is believed any that this last named piece of will be built in the next year or V R L Tally who was appointed igelist for the Columbia District by I jop Hendricks will arrive in Co- bia with his family this week He I occupy Mrs Wesley residence in a Tutt addition Mr Tally will begin a two week meeting at Tabor next Sunday All his time will be given to holding meetings in Columbia district Squire Charley Roe who is a Republican came in from Louisville last Thursday afternoon about 2 oclock A Squirejere Master John W Butler son of Mr Ed Butler is very fond of hunting and Ije is generally successful He is only fifteen years old and a few nights ago he took his dog and went opussum thunting catching four The dog also caught and killed a skunk There was a meeting of the district stewards of the Methodists Church at this place last Wednesday ten or twelve being present They met for the pur pose of apportionipg Conference as sessments and fixing the Presiding El dersisalery Hpnry McGfdwan who killed Lozier jDmibarirt ssell county about six JJonthsi gojonowon arat James J townA great deal of interest is being tmanifested on both sides A verdict will not be reached before the middle of the week Dr G WPrewitt who suicided at SJannsville Taylor county a few days ago married a daughter of the Rev B TP Orr The mother of the surviving wife was Miss Lizzie Griffith who thspent nearly her whole life in Columbia Two hundred loads of gravel were dumped on the public square last week 3This work was done by the county and we understand the municipal board will do considerable work on it putting ft in i firstclass condition Voters living out of town are urged rtobe here next Saturday night at 7 oclock Hon JF Montgomery Dem rat and Judge W W Jones Repub k lican will speak at the courthouse Mr Loyd H Feese and Miss Nellie It Thomas who live near Absher this county were married last Sunday The groom is a son of Mr A H Fees a well known farmer J Grasshoppers were here in large num j bers last Thursday morning t Their f v coming was attributed to the woods be ing on fire in the eastern portion of the t f countyI4 til Presbytery was in session at Lancas 4t ter last Saturday and Sunday Rev J R Crawford and Capt W W Brad j shaw represented the Church at this placer The cattle and hog market was a lit fi tie active last week Several bunches were driven from here to the railroad to be hipped to the Louisville market The remains of Rev D McDonald 2 recently died at Pittsburg Pa lwere burned at Marryville Tenn all his family being present Rev AC Blake of the United Bretnren Churcji will preach at the Baptist church this place next Sun forenoon and evening A new foot bridge has been built on Water street and concrete is being put down the full length of the Miller pro perty t The case of Levi Gosser charged with killing his brotherinrlaw was con tinued in the Russell circuit court last week Mr T E Young and Miss Anna MV Cocker this countyjrwere married last llfofaedy night S A r t cti t ioW Is HORRIBLE AFFAIR A House Burns Consuming Two Children and all its Con tentsThe Mother and one Child Escapes IN GREEN COUNTY JUST OVER ADAIR LINE A Horrible catastrophe occurrednear Portland in Green county just over the Adair line last Sunday night Ad Irvine and family were living in a tenant house on the farm of Mr Bram lett Squires Mr Irvine being away from home In the night Mrs Irvin hearing an unusual noise got up to see what was the matter She discovered the house on fire and part of the roof falling in She and her oldest child ran out but it was impossible for her to save the two youngest children and they were burned They were asleep and perhaps did not wake until their bodies were warpped in flames Do not fail td be at the courthouse next Saturday night Seriously Hurt Mr Brack Courts of Greensburg a postal clerk met with a serious acci dent last week The Lebanon Leader gives the following account of it Mr Brack Courts Railway Postal Clerk on the Greensburg and Louisville route met with a painful and serious accident at Lebanon Junction last Sat urday night While adjusting the swing ing arm or crane at the door of his mail car used for catching mail pouches when the train is in motion a sudden jerk of the train caused it to fall on Mr Courts breaking his left arm and otherwise bruising him Mr Courts has Been in the mail service for many years and has before met with very se rious accidents but for the good of the serviceand the convenience of himself his many friends in wishing him a speedy recovery also wish him better luck next time Died in Texas Mr W L Mponeyham writing to the News from Whitewright Texas giveihe following account of the death of Mrs flaiden England which occur red near Bells Texas Friday October 16th She bad been in declining health for some time but her death was superinduced by fever She leaves a husband and a little daughter and a host of friends who are in beep sorrow on account of this dispensation of Provi dence The best medical attention and close watch of husband and friends were baffled by the Death Angel She was a consistent member of the Church and had been since the age ofI 13 years She was heard praying before she died asking God to watch over husband and little daughter Lyda Mr Mooneyham did not say in his let ter but we take it that the surviving husband is a native of Adair county Death of an Old Lady Mrs Cora Smith who was the mother of Mrs J F Russell died at the home of her daughter in this place Saturday morning about 8 oclock She was born and reared in Nelson county and was seventytwo years old when the end came The deceased came to Columbia about fifteen months ago to make her homewith her daughter but her health commenced to decline soon after arriving here hence she became acquainted with only those who Visited her in her illness She was reared a Catholic and died in that faith This community extends its sympathy to the surviving daughter and grand daughter Thefunneral services were held at the residence conducted by Rev A R Kasey of the Methodist Church and the interment was in the city cemetery At The Age of SeventyFive Mrs Eliza Jane Moore who was the wife of Mr Anderson Moore died at her late home between Columbia and Purdy last Sunday night She was 75 years old and was a lady very much re spected The interment was in the family burying ground Monday after noon many relatives and friends being present Died at Cane Valley Mr Jack Watson who was about eightyfive years old died at Cane Valley last Sunday morning He was a iyictim of a cancer an thad been afflicted for several years He was a gopcl Er 6 j t4 7T ffffi1P n TflElEETING CLOSES The series of meetings which were in progress at the Christian church for three weeks closedJast Sunday night Eld Pinkerton who did the preaching- is certainly a remarkably man in many respects Besides being a Bibical scholar he is one of the strongest pul pit speakers in the State He teaches the Scriptures as he understands them clearly and forcibly having no difficul ty in making every body understand sex actly what he means and at no time during the meeting was he offensive to other denominations There were abont twentyfive additions to the Church during the series and every body who attended got some good out of the meetingThe attendance was very large throughout and in order to accomodate every body three or four nights before closing the services were held at the courthouse The speakers subject last Thursday night was The Plea of the Twentieth Century It was a master ly effort showing the great good that could be accomplished if all denomina tions would come together and make a united fight to save the world Eld Pinkerton is a very companion able gentleman making many friends during his stay in Columbia every body regretting the parting hour It is the universal expression that he again visit Columbia The Cooperation meeting of the Christian Churches held at Shiloh this county last Friday nightSaturday and Sunday was largely attended All the churches were represented and many interesting reports showing progress During the session several able dis courses were delivered Attention is called to the advertise menfcof Mrs Ermine Wilson in todays News The residents of Bomar Heights are a busy set of people and judging from the progress they are making in a very short time it will be the most densely populatedportion of our growing dity At present Mr J D Lowe is putting up a cottage F J Barger will soon have an eight room residence completed- L B Hurt is erecting a cottage Walter Ingram is building a barn and boring a well on his premesis Harland shaw is sinking a well and some other smaller improvements are in progress Mr E G Atkins desires to inform his friends throughout this section that he has accepted a position with the well known grocery firm J Zinsmeister Bro Louisville and that he is now on the road and will call upon merchants as rapidly as possible Mr Atkins is a fine salesman and we have no doubt but he will do excellent business for the firm he represents J Zinsmeister Bro is one of the largest and most successful grocery houses in Louisville IRsult of the Meeting During the meeting which was con ducted at the Christian Church closing Monday night thirtyfour persons con fessed their Savior Twentytwo were baptized into the church Eight were received by letter and statements One will unite with the Presbyterian church two will go the Methodist church and one to the Baptistchurch PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W H C Sandidge Union W S Dudgeon Greasey creek Ji F Roach Red Lick F J Barger Beech Grove Z T Williams Cane Valley J M Pierce Clear spring JM Walbert Prices creek A R Kasey Columbia J A Johnston Pickets chapel Notice To Hunters You are hereby notified not to hunt on my farm J H Reynolds 512t A Card of Thanks I want to express my heartfelt thanks and gratitude to my dear neighbors and friends especially Mr J S Wooldridge and family for their kindness shown me during my mothers illness Mrs Dora Yates PLEASE TAKE NOTICE o All accounts snot settled by November nd will be put in hands of a collector Mrs Sallie Bradshaw It is reported here that a large barn which was the prbperty of the widow Amos Workman at Whitewood Green county was burned last Sunday night together with four or five rilul sand horsesV Vl r t t2rfli f t 1 5 7f ik 7 i DOUBLE WEDDING It Will Occur at Romine Taylor County Tomorrow Wednes day Afternoon- CEREMONY BY REV W S DUDGEON Tomorrow afternoon at 5 oclock at the residence of the brides mother Mrs Callie Chewning who lives near Romine Taylor county Miss Sallie Chewning will be married to Mr Ten nieRice and Miss Maud Chewning will give her hand in marriage to Mr Cyrus Gore The intended brides are sisters and the intended grooms live in the neighborhood of Romine and are industrious and popular young men Miss Sallie Chewning is wellknown in Columbia having boarded with her aunt Mrs J P Hutchison and attend ed school here for several years She is an excellent young lady and has many friends in this place Her sister Miss Maud isalso known as a very deserv ing young lady The ceremony will be beautifully said and will be witnessed by relatives and a few friends of the contracting parties In testimony of the popularity of these young people they will receive a number of useful presents The News extepds its best wishes Mr J C Yates of Breeding in forms us that he recently bought one of the best well riggs ever brought to this section He also bought a five horse power gasoline engine to furnish the power and he now penetrates the earth in a hurry Mr Yates has spent several years in drilling wells but used horse power and his work was very laborious and slow We are glad to know that the old way has been set aside for the new and uptodate meth od for his faithfulness in his line of work in the years gone by certainly en titles him to the most modern equipments and nice profits that will certainly follow LostA white shawl between Ed Cheathams and Pettis Fork Finder will plekse leave at this office and get reward Mrs Bud Barsons 51it A copy of the first issue of The Taylor County Sentinel has reached this office It is edited and published by Mr Rufus Matthews a gentleman of muohexperience in newspaper business and is a hustle when it comes to writ ing up local happenings The Sentinel is Democratic and it will hue to the line at all times telling the truth without fear There is no reason why two papers can not survive at Camp bellsville We hope the Enquier and the Sentinel are on good terms and the twopapers will work together for the upbuilding of Taylor county Qii the second page of this paper is published an article showing how rap idly James T Gilmer a young man who was born in Columbia and lived here until he was twelve years old has pro gressed in the commercial world He is a son of the late Alfred Gilmer who was a merchant for more than a quarter of a century in Columbia dying in Mis souri twelve or fifteen years ago Young Gilmer is a first cousin to W B A Dland Jo F Patterson of this place I Ask your groceryman for Oco coffee It is the best 15 c package coffee on the market 51lt Mr E T Franks collector for the Second district headquarters at Owens boro spoke here toabout three hundred people men women and children last Thursday afternoon His friends who heard him express themselves as well pleased with his effort His speech was a plea for the continuance of the Re publican party in power and especially did he try to impress upon the farmers that crops would grow better under Republican rule and products sell much higher He also gave a history of the doings of the night riders in Kentucky but he did not charge their acts to any particular party FOR SALEA firstclass jersey cow SN Hancock A report has gained circulation to the effect that Mr L B Hurt and family would remove to Lebanon Mr Hurt informed the News Friday that it was hardly probable thathe would remove to Lebanon but if a business transac sholghis family to Paducah Ky r The statement that the stocl to build the pike from here to Greencounty can be easily raised may fee all so but it can not Besecured unless spmeone Sr afteritSrMiii Mm M M I Democratic Speaking There will be speaking by the follow ing gentlemen at the pla e given and time named Hon JF Montgomery and Hon James Garnettat Cane Valley Friday night Oct 30 7 oclock At Glenville Saturday afternoon Oct 31 1 oclock Hon Rollin Hurt and Hon L C Winfrey at Knifley Friday night Oct 30 7 oclock At Pellyton Saturday Oct 31 oclock p m At Purdy Sat urday night Oct 31 7 oclock Hon WF Neat and Hon Gordon Montgomery at Elroy Friday night Oct 30 7 oclock At Gradyville Sat urday Oct 31 1 oclock p m At Mill town Saturday night Oct 31 7 oclock Joint Discussion at the Courthouse Saturday night Oct 31 7 oclock Hon Jas F Montgomery and Judge W W Jones will meet in joint dis cussion at the Courthouse in Colum bia Saturday night Oct 317 oclock Mr Pinkertons Lecture Eld W H Pinkerton who did the preaching during the meeting at the Christian Church and who was very much liked by his many hearers con vinced a very good audience Monday night that he was also a very entertain ing lecturer He spoke at the Court house the proceedsto go to the ladies aid society of the Christian Church his subject being The Failure of Suc cess He presented many truths in a very forcible manner the audience getting much good out of the ideas ad vanced The lecture was scholarly and it has received many complimentary pressions Tuesday morning Eld Pinkerton left for his home in Paducah carrying the best wisher of this entire conimunit Mr Jas R Wade prosperous Green river farmer of this county who has been a Democrat all his life was in Co lumbia Wednesday He stated to the News that in Mr Bryans last race for the Presidency he didfnot vote for him not agreeing with him on some of the issues he stood for butthat he was for himin this race and would support him He said he did not know a gold Demo crat in the county but wouligi do likewise Many yeara ago Mr Wade represented Russell and Casey in the Ken tucky House of Representatives Grand Officersplected At the meeting in Louisville last week of the Masonic Grand Lodge the fol lowing officers were elected for the en suing year Grand Master Virgil P Smith of Somerset Deputy Grand Master John H Cowles Louisville Grand Senior Warden R R Bur nam Richmond Grand Junior Warden Dave Jackson of London Grand Secretary H B Grant Grand Treasurer J H Leathers We have not noticed a list of the ap poiontive officers It is not an easy matter to raise twelve or fifteen thousand dollars for the pike from here to the Green county line It wjll requireSworic Let some two or three active men interest themselves in getting up the stock You can not afford to mis the joint discussion of the political issues next Saturday night at the courthouse The speakers will be Judge W W Jones Republican and Hon Jas F Mont gomery Democaat Voters living out of town should com in All Royal Arch Mosons are earnestly requsted to be at the hall next Friday night The Chapter will confer the Royal Arch degree and a full attend ance is desired Royal Arch Masons living out of town should make it con venient to come in By order of the High Priest T A Murrell Mr Claud Pemberton of Elizabeth town was here last Friday He bought a saddlehorse from F P Hill paying 225 He also purchased one from J F Pendleton price 205 Mr Pember ton walked the horses through to Eliza bethtown Mr J P Beard makes pretention to fruit growing and this fall he has gathered some very fine pears He has presented this office with one weighing about one pound In order that we may give the election returns the News will not Tbe pub shed next week until Wednesday morning LotA parasol between Columbia and Gampbelisville Gold head and on itthenameCydReturnto this office Valuable cuponVin each pa4ka of Oco goreeRostedan packed by t 4 4 i il i ttc i fjl t r PersonalS Mr Luther Williams was here Thurs day Mrs A H Ballard spent last week at Crocus Mr Walter Tarter has been quite sick for the past week Mr Lee A Lawless Jamestown was in Columbia last Friday Mr Norman Hobson Campbellsville was here last Wednesday Mr J5E Lane Glasgow traveling salesman was here Eriday regulartrlpRev D S Campbell of Greensburg was in Columbia last Wednesday Mr 0 B Bertram an attorny of Jamestown was here last Sunday Columbia CaneValleyMr Ray Montgomery who has been sick for the past ten days is improving Mrs M C Winfrey and little daughte er Mary visited in Louisville last weekDr J N Page is in Louisville this week purchasing his Christmas sup plies Mr C L Pemberton Elizabethtown- a wellknown stock buyer was here Thursday Mr AH Marshall Campbellsville made his regular trip to Columbia ThursdayMr Stults and his sister Miss May spent two days of last week in Louisville Mrs Josphine Baldwin of Ohio who is an aunt of Mrs S F White is visiting in Columbia Mr Albert Stapp who has been sick for the past six weeks is now able to walk about town Mrs J C Eubank and Miss Emma Eubank Cane Valley visited the News office a few days ago Mrs Kent Marks ofSpringfield has been visiting her aunt Mrs Mary T Harvey for the past week Rev J H Walker pastor of the Methodist Church Campbellsville was in Columbia a day last week Miss Pearl Hindman who has been visiting in Louisville Shelbyville and Lebanon returned home Sunday Mr 0 A Taylor Montpelier was here Saturday and went from here to the cooperation meeting at Shiloh Mr Jas R Garnett who is a bookkeeper in the Bank ofColumbia has been quite sick for the past week Messrs W W Yates J A Diddle W C Yates G B Yates and Titus Mercer heard Olie James at Edmonton Rev J A Goodman and wife of Cumberland county visited their son Mr J T Croodmatf of this place last weekJudge H C Baker was quite sick Sunday and Monday of last week failing to reach the Russell circuit court until Tuesday Mr and Mrs J S Read have re turned to Nashville Mrs Read will return soon and will spent the Winter in Columbia Judge W L Engleton of Pawnee Oklo who was employed in a law suit at Jamestown was here Sunday en route to his home Mr T E Nell and wife of Somer J set who visited relatives and friends in Columbia and at Gradyville left for their home last Wednesday Dr H B Simpson left here Monday morning for Louisville in company with his uncle Mr John Simpson who goes to the city to have his eyes treated Mrs J H Grady who has been visit ing her daughter Mrs SA MdKay at Rosenburg Texas for four months returned to Columbia last Monday night Mr John H Turk accompanied by Miss Kate Dpp arrived fron Glasgow last Wednesday afternoon Miss Depp is a sister of Miss Mayme Depp whV led the chorus at the Christian church Mr and MrsBL Simpson went to Columbia Mondayro visit Judge and Mrs JJ Simpson Mr Simpson re turned Tuesday leaving his wife and children who will remain there for several weeks Burkesville News Kenneth a little son of Mr and Mis- S F White was taken violently ill last Frulay pingab ut dark and foe a short time his case was very alarming but restoratives soon brought him around and by morning he was in his usual health QNrEP P GE5 jl j J tilt 5i it 3 k sw 4a7d 7fi JXtf if t2 i I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3t James TliFmciv yet 1fy ty itk Native of Columbia Acqnire An Interest in a Large Dry I Goods Concern j i The following article is takes from the Montgomery Ala Ad virtiser The subject is a son of Mr Alfred Gilmer who was a 3 merchant in Columbia for many years Jimmie T as he was familiarly called here left this place with his father and sister for Missouri when he was about twelve years old He entered r dry goods store as a clerk before he reached his majority and has been remarkably successful as the article which follows shows J T Gilmer one of the best known and most progressive of the younger business men of Kansas City has acquired an in terest in the Knowles Dry Goods Company of Montgomery and in future will devote his entire time to the active management of them kchandise end of that well known dry goods house Impressed t with the great commer cial possibilities of Montgomery Mr Gilmer has left Kansas City where he had the most flattering business prospects and come to Montgomery to assist in widen in ofgthe Knowles Dry Goods Company Mr Gilmer has been twenty years in the dry goods business He is one of the best known men in his line in the country For the last five years he has been the buyer of the Jones Dry Goods Company one of the big dry goods concerns of the West As buyer for this large house he has each year visited the largest American and European markets Six weeks ago he had no idea of leaving Kansas City He was successful in his business and a flattering future was opened to him He had just returned from a buying trip to European mar- kets A H Munger the well known business man of Kansas City member of the firm of Burnham Hanna Munger Company interested him in the Knowles Dry Goods Company and the fine commercial pros pects in Montgomery He came to Montgomery to look over the field The more he looked the better pleased he was He spent thirty days in the city carefully going over the situation By the end of that time he had acquired an active interest in the Knowles Dry Goods Company and was most enthusiastic over the Montgom ery outlook Fe was not only pleased with the city as a business center but was delighted with the city as a place of residence Mr Gilmer has already formu lated a number of plans for the increase of the business of his company in Montgomery which knownisgoods concerns in Alabama He proposed to make it one of the best known in the South and he will devote his entire time to its upbuilding His wide experience in buying has given him a splen didequipment for takIngcharge o f the merchandisersend of the companys Mr Gilmer is from a well known Southern family Al- though0 lf born In Kentucky and although he has lived a number t of years in Kansas City he comes ii f VoMhe family that founded New 7 fi li ti J t r + xS 41 CpY r toA oJf berne S C in colonial days Those who know Mr Gilmer prophesy that he will become one of the most active and useful citizens of Montgomery The Outlook For General Trade The test of retail demand and general consumption indicate a steady though slow recovery from the depression which has prevailed for a year Business is not normal but it is not far from it in some lines The better class of investment securities are fairly well held as far as prices are concerned and even the speculative portion shows decided strength Conditions surrounding iron arid steel are good Building is expanding and there is a dispo sition on the part of the railroads to order more freely Some of the leading systems are ordering new cars and as these are made largely of steel and iron it hasi significance in showing that the railroads can not keep out of the market permanently If buying of rails were on a line with other purchases the output of iron would be not far from what it was during the best months in other years It has been noted that labor is better employed and that the de mand is improving from month to month In this connection another fact is to be noted Im migration has begun Steerage arrivals for the last month are in excess of the departures This is construed to mean less idleness among day laborers Were it otherwise the departures would be in excess of the arrivals A Dodge Instead of meeting the issue fairly and squarely the Republi can spellbinders sent out by the Republicans in this campaign entirely dodge the important issues of tariff publicity of campaign contributions the unjust oppres sions of the trusts etc and try to fall back on the free silver ques tion that was advocated by Mr Bryan in his former campaigns when they know it is as dead as a doornail and has been ever since the unexpected discovery of im mense amounts of gold in Alaska and other rich gold fields They try to dodge the question of thej present Republican panic by say ing that the Republican party is the only party that can cure a panic The medical profession says that it is easier to prevent aj disease than to cure the disease after it has got you down On the same line of reasoning it seem that it would be easier to prevent a panic than to remedy and cure it after the whole country has been in the grip of a serious panic for a year All this panic has been under the complete rule of the Republicans and it does seem that it is time to change doctorsC Ihe patient is sicksick into death and it is tune to try a Dem ocratic doctors It is Bryan and the masses or iTaft and the class as choose ye this day whom ye will serve Allen county Times A report from Menifee county states that three different build = ngs used for school purposes were burned within 30 days at Zariba The schoolhouse was first ternedf then two other huildinsw ter ntedfrthep 1pose when each of theme was burne d VV 45 r fi it Jnr ar r tl i f t t i t tit r f1 r 1r ITO PEOPLE OF ADAIR COUNTY I It takes money to run a campaign and it takes a great deal of it to successfully engineer one of national The present atitude of the Democratic clUde s contribution from the powerful Corp Iex trusts and consequently must rely on the partyI and freewill offerings of the great to meet the demands of legitimate Ipeople and the sooner this is met the more campaignI thusiasm and effectiveness will be given the to win It is the duty as well as a 1essary person who believes in and desires democratic forIcontribute to this fund A request has that Democratic papers solicit for this i 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 great bulk of the people the- irIrightstheir privileges and the blessings of a free gov amount from one dollar up will be cheer and promptly forwarded to the Commit the following and enclose your contribu tion EDITOR NEWS I Enclose find my contribution toap Democratic Campaign Fund Name f I V Address o JL eX a a The Drought of 1854 The year 1854 was the dryest ever known in Kentucky It was the dryest we have had since that date I was acquainted with old persons who could recollect way back to the first settlement of the State and they had never seen or heard of such a dorught There was a heavy rain about the last of May which washed the fencing off carried away bridges and washed the soil away After the itbdid not rain arty more until the first of October following The creeks ponds and nearly all of thesprings went dry Farmers had to dig for water for family use and for their stock A great many farmers hauled water from the Big Spring at Georgetown and from Elkhorn writes A E Stockdell in the Georgetown TimesThere was a light l crop of wheat very little hay and less of vegetables and but little corn from one to twelve bushels per acre and most of that of an inferior quality In the northI- western part of the county was a large part of the land in a state of nature c overed with large white oak trees and all of them o of acorns which was used instead of corn to fatten hogs and what acorns were left over the stock hogs had to winter on On the 28th day of February 1855 it turned cold and remained cold until the middle of March About the time it turned cold mast in the woods gave out and a large per cent of hogs died also some horses cattle and sheep diedThere were good cropsol corn in Indiana but it was very hard to get into Kentucky as there were but two railroads in the- state one from Louisville Jo Lexington and one from Coving ton to Lexington Corn dto be hauled in wagons from the stations H Woman FaKir Sells RiCh Silks Some weeks ago a lady came to Danville representing Herself is Saleslady and advertising igentfdr alarms New York Silk Yt 1i li i a ri A 1 r f ti r l It House She carried an elaborate line of samples and made enticing prices Fine silks that retail at big Prices were offered as low as twentyfive cents per yard A number of Danville ladies bought heavily paid in advance for the goods which were never delivered and never will be Some days later an upholstering man came along gathering up furniture which he proposed to do over- tookHe the furniture but has never shown up and many are anxiously awaiting his return The moral of these experiences is that the citizens of every town should deal with their home peo ple who they know are responsi bleDanville Advocate The First Instance When Judge William H Taft the Republican candidate for the Presidency undertook his west ern speaking tour he was accom= pained by three trained news paper men who are on the pay roll of the Republican National Committee This is the first in stance in the history of the Re public that a candidate for the great office of President has felt the necessity of having attached td him the modern press agent The fact that Judge Taft has on his train three newspaper men who are supposed to look after the publicity end of this western trip is indicative of the extrem ity in which he finds himself There is a striking contrast in the campaigns of the great men who have aspired to the Presi dency in the past and that of the Republican candidate this year George Washington and all his immediate successors reached the voting public on horseback Look at the father of injunction in comparison Before entering upon his first campaign tour he needs have a special train a force of press agents who do not work for newspapers but for the trust ridden Republican party and a postal card system begging the presence of voters to greet him at railroad stations Sun WANTED Live Red and Gray foxes Will pay 125ZUOreach ind express charges X W T ng n Box 232 iiCampbellsville ly Yyu 5 i 91 Vvf r J Ii Ii 1i t eonQ a I Every rrgGuar eed y Iw I Sellall kinds of Preparatory Rem = edies Extracts Spices Per= bI Raa Everything is sold under A POSITIVE f aD9 Call and get my prices on the goods that B aI handle You can see me on the road or at K am r residence on Frazier Ave Columbia Ky K a fl E Jones J- H 8 IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLACE See my Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Produce Wanted W L SIMMONS HUMBLE KENTUCKY J E Snow J C Popplewell A CAR EACH OFqB fFerrtl11zett Just I eeeizted Give us a call See our Ball Bearing Buggies and get our prices on all grades before buying elsewhere Ouv Business motto Quick Sales aad Shopb Profits Snow Popplecuell DEALERS Irl t General DQef ehandise and Undertaker Goods 0Russell Springs KentuckySfiS fJt Ut l JOHN A BOBSON F- CRBE4SBURCs fEflTl1GfY i flas Erpough y 0 Pionietf 77line pence it- o fence in Green and Adair counties fA Ii Ii The Stay wires on this fence are soYattached that they cant slip onthejLine Wires The Harder Pull the Tighter it Gets Ir t Er1oUCH t Poultry letting 1 fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the two untIs and dont forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper ad jc in recent issues of The News J f EFRANK CORCORAN o UighGra Marble GraniteoCemetery work or all kind See US before yoi H y Ao from Adair and adjoining counties TOrade solicited il Main Street tebanon ky i f f t1i yJr f 7lf K t JDf g1 J t t a lJ c iCt i r t irntira 1t t J Itj f iI j NEWSrla THE ADAm COUNTY 3j NVVmilI nii t HUB BUCH BROSE 524 526 6 528 WEST MARKET STREET r n- II LOUISVILLES C f SII ti 7Ni V The public a selection so broad and varied that every taste n 7 and can be thoroughly satisfied Our buying 7iC aicTft facturers in need of funds appeal at all times first to the 7l E biggest and most prominent storeWE get the best andiV 1- i choicest always i1 r yr j TK v Visitors Always Welcome Correspondence Solicited 5i 7- Krwrw wvvrvrvr tiwtivrt rx MX MX MX MX MX MX im 7T mildnm7iCii 7i iiVfIN A im 1 11 i 7Cit- U G HARDW H Pres J H COCKE Pres R H DIETZMAN Sec W T ryne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 I MILliWRIG1TS I mACfItilSTS- I DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 TfflETeetfTHWftIN LODISVILLG SMOKESTACKS I Iron and Tank Work 1Sheet II JJBINOWOjI K SOLICITED r I All Kinds oi Machinery Repaud I tf I ihe Louisville Trust Southwest Garner Company Finn and Market LOUISVILLE r0rganized under a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every Kind and description and the transaction of a general trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin strator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every pr si l tion of trust that can beheld by an individualf It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impartial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength COTOIOIOIOIOIOIOIO iJ r A Big Lot of New Millet Seed and i Cow PeasIB- iown Cultivators v The Empire Corn Drill with cutoff A CarLoad of Milburn Wagons v i 7 y Buggies and nIce Buggy Harness Also a complete line of Farm Implements t J H Phelps 1 KentuckyiIl lf K 1MB L E HOTEL t t JW KIMBLE PROPRIETOR t JGOOD ROOMS 100 PER DAY cC GOOD BEDS SAMPLE ROOM FREE I t LIVERY AND FEED STABLE IN CONNEGTOAI- c r Yxws t r a us IiLsNQS KENTUCKY Utj iI w Fof1 JAi LJ j 4 p t rd 1 IA TariffMade Millionaire Who is For Taft The Republican National Com mittee takes the public into its confidence to the extent of an nouncing that Mr Carnigie has r given 20000 to the campaign fund Except for 1000 given by Mrs Russell Sage it is stated that Mr Carnigies is the only reIceivedWell Mr Carnigies contribution tells its story Mr Carnigie is one of the chief beneficiaries of the Republican tariff The duty on steel has en abled him and his Steel Trust to plunder the American consumer He sells more cheaply abroad than he does in America His millions of fortune are the result of the operations of the iniqui tous tariff And he is just one of the favored few for whose ex clusive benefit the protective tariff is kept on the books by the Republican party Why should not Mr Carnigie under the circumstances b e tempted to cntribute 20000 to the Republican fund Hereto fore his campaign gifts have TheyIThey have returned to him mani fold The tariff has been retained and he has been able to con tinue his work of separating American consumers from their cash with his exhorbitant prices for his steel Mr Carnigie is but an example He illustrates why the heads of trusts are for the Republican party and why they pour their money into the Republican boodle box For the Republican managers to say that Mr Carnigie and Mrs Sage are the only per sons who have given as much as 1000 to the fund is to put the case too strongly for people to believe them When the money ed interests backing the Repub lican organization and actively managing itthe Cromwells the DuPonts the Shermans the Sheldons and so forththe state ment of the managers becomes too absurb to be crediiable The alliance between the interests and the party is too obvious to beslightedAnd because of the al liance between the intersts and the Republican party thatf the citizens should arise and do their utmost for Bryan Mr Carnigie is not for the protec tive tariff because of disinterested loyalty to the principle it rep resents but because of the money it pours into his Dockets The same is true of the other bene ficiaries of protection The peo IpIe must tolerate the tariff yoke because the enriched want it re tamed and give their money to buy its retention Will the people longer submit Will they permit the money tyrants to run the i r Government Louisville Times Points In Mr Bryans Louisville y Speech I am glad to tell you that in this campaign I have a united Democracy behind me From every section of the Union come reports that we are losing no Democrats but are gaining re cruits from the Republican ranks- I am a candidate for one rea son and that is because the Democrats of this nation decided that I could help them win a Democratic victory lOur platform presents the is clearly and definitly and the candidates for Congress are pledged to the same platform The Democratic party is pledged to purify politics and to make it honestThe manhood and womanhood of this country are rising in protest against the debauching of elections and the mortgaging of administrations to favorseeking corporationsMr was not willing to stand by his conventions action on the question of election of Senators by a direct vote of the people so in his notification speech he said he was personally inclined to favor the election of Senators by the people them t selvesWe demand the establishment of a Department of Labor with a Cabinet officer at its head We believe that the writ of injunction shall be so limited that it shall not be used in a labor dispute unless the conditions be such as to justify the injunction if there were no labor dispute The parties differ as to the trust question Our party says that there should be no private monopolies that no trust should exist The Republican party says dont kill the trust Dont prevent its creation create the trust and start it out and then take after it and try to overtake itIWe believe that the time has come to protect depositor in their deposits and our convention declared in favor ofa system un der which the depositors would be made secure Would Mortgagethe Farm A farmer on Rural Route 2 Empire GaWA Floyd by name says Buck lens Arnica Salve cured the two worst- sores I ever saw one on my handand one on my leg It is worth more than ics weight in gold I would not be without it if I had to mortgage the farm to get itOIily25c at Paulls drug store fr 1In Presidential Year 1908 Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read An Independent NewspaperT- HE EVENING POST DURING THE YEAR 1008 COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY IFREEA New Kentucky Wall Atlas Fran Isaac Shelby to Augustas E Willson QlstenceEveryJUST OFF THE PRESS Is the new Kentucky map i Engraved especially for the Evening Post at costot3500 otaIlXentuckyspictures of all the Presidents of the United States Rulers and of all ntatheabovetherearenlnemaps Hemiepheresformation SVThSCRIBERS bymallbitAaarketeA newspaper the The Evening Pot LOUISVILLE KY SffdalPncc Ii Alas ad EP tWtt llrif rjferq i f t 1 Conscience Fund A dispatch from Washington says that after having drawn a pension to which he was not en titled an unnamed veteran of the Civil War has just returned to the United States government 1172 to be added to the ever growing conscience fund Commissioner of Pensions Ves pasian Warner related this remarkable case of stricken con science to President Roosevelt last Saturday but refused to divulge the name not even dis closing it to the United States Treasurer in whose hands the money was placed Upon receipt recently of the pensioners cer tificate accompanied by two 500 coupon bonds of the United States a draft for172 and an explanatory letter stating that the writer had long been draw ing a pension for which he had no equitible claim and wished to make full restitution the Commissioner examined the records of the case The record was all right so a special examiner was sent out on the theory that the pensioner might be mentally irre sponsible The man was found to be in excellent health and soundmind Nay Nay The famous Grover Cleveland letter lauding Taft said to have been written just before Cleve land died which the Republicans have been heralding abroad has been pronounced a forgery by Mrs Cleveland and Mr Cleve lands executor The infamous scoundrel who sold the letter to the New York Times was finally forced to declare that he wrote it himself Yet the Republican National Committee scattered the letter broadcast and the little whippersnapper Republican newspapers which used it will never print a retractionCYnJ thiana Democrat EI ction Officers The following are the election officers for the November election West Columbia No rW T McFar land and S H Mitchell Judges Fred McClain Clerk Horace Jeffries Sher iffEast Columbia No 2R H Price and C H Sandusky Judges Logan Win frey Clerk A D Patteson Sheriff Milltown No 3John C Calhoun and R L Davis Judges W L Hindman Clerk A M Mercer Sheriff Keltner No 4W S Pickett and H C James Judges Mana Kemp Clerk G T Kemp Sheriff Gradyville No 5Geo Akin and G C Wilson Judges C 0 Moss Clerk J A Diddle Sheriff Elroy No HJohn Reece and F J Harvey Judges R L Campbell Clerk John Stilts Sheriff Harmony No 7John Darnell and Wm Loy Judges Finis Harvey Clerk Silas Denny Sheriff Glenville No 8O M Willis and Howard Webb Judges H K Taylor Clerk J F Conover Sheriff i White Oak No 9Ben Jeffries and AV A Wilson trudges H J Conover ClerksSana Epperson Sheriff Little Cake No 10 T W Montgomery and Frank Hardwick Judges Sam Williams Clerk Silas G Tarter Sher iffrPellyton No lLR K Jones and J M Perryman Judges Oscar Sinclair Clerk Welby Ellis Sheriff Casey Creek No 12W J Bottoms and Leslie Bottoms Judges Willis Knifley Clerk S H Knifly Sheriff Cane Valley No 13 Melvin Cave and Frank Rice Judges Dennis Eubank Clerk J Wood Judd Sheriff Egypt No 14WfDillingham and W A Cak lison Clerk G C Russell Sheriff The Republicans now concefie1 that former Vice President Adlai E Stevenson will be elected Gov error of Illinois by a large majority and Hon Tom Marshall will be the next Governor of In diana Nothing equaling the bitter factional Division among the Republicans hasr ever been l J known in these two States In 1 all the cutting and scratching of ballots on account of these conditions the Democrats will gain the thousands of unemployed I men in these States will not vote for the party in power and the labor vote counts Judge Taft its enemy The electorial voteS of these two States will un doubtedly go for Bryan and Kern Lebanon Falcon Nathan Starus in replying to Mr Sheldons denial that the Republicans were shaking down Wall street said If Treasurer Sheldon of the Repub lican National Committee will appoint acommittee of three or four respectable men who ex pect nothing from politics I will appear before them and prove that the committee is demanding 500 apiece from Wall street men Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom the widely known proprietor of the Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For several months I suf fered with a severe cough and con sumption seemed to have its grip on me when a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery I began taking it and three bottles affected a complete cure The fame of this life sav ing cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer is world wide Sold at Paulls drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free The Boyle county grand jury last week indicted Druggist Ben Durham of Junction City on a charge of willful murder Some weeks ago Druggist Durham kill ed John Wright and at his ex amining trial before Judge Pur year he was acquitted The grand jury had witnesses sum moned and returned an indict ment as above It is not likely that the case will be tried this court as the remainder of the disposeIof the Wheat case Taking the average price of all fat hogs and all the fat steers sold on the Chicago market for the past 24 years according to the Department of Agriculture it has been found hogsIhave brought a higher price per pound It will probably be ac cepted without argument that less food is required to make a lpound of gain on hogs than on cattle As a rule therefore the hog end of the cattle feeding I operation is more profitable than the cattle end This how ever exempts range grown cat tie Keep Your Bows OPiU It is a noticeable fact and one which any doctor will verify that people who theoneskeeping their bowels open Regular bowel action is half the battle of health People who have a tendency to con stipation must of necessity use something notISyrup liquid that will oil the intestines and membranes that it comes in contact weaki itisreacjtionPepsinPeopleand it is being better liked by more people every year The reason is that it fills a want It is injconstipation stomachweakabsolutelyguaranteedJs worth a hundred times that to any sufferer houseforfamilyjDrdent of the Working Womans Home of Chicago has kept her charges in perfect health by the use stomraohcomplaint bottlelYourSelfmanent results FREE TESTThose wishing to try Dr cud SYl1lfPetsiR defers bsy MMtfeyaddressfecreiMdy will do IS we claim Md teMriy OPM to tfcace t tiIyyet mart aftetw laxattoa fcr cI Ndna WMN and el i ofIU Df auLDWWa SYRUP PE TJNIICt hen wlee lTr w aa- s tt tRi i f t yY 5p rd J i i f r2r rP2 Ty- IrWI y i t I- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t dair e ttntglJiw I f u ttf u P lat Published Every We dn sd yt BY TOE d i t Adair County News Company INCORPORATED r CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR e Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest elf the city of Columbia and the people of Adai and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Fostoffice an second class mail matter WED OCT 28 1908 DEMOCRATIC TICKET T For President WM J BRYAN of Nebraska For VicePresident J W KERN of Indiana For Congress A G PATTERSON of Bell county FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce RRL DURHAM a Democratic candidate CommOnwealths Attorney in the Eleventh Judicial District composed of the counties of Green Taylor Marion and Washington subject to a primary call redfor SATURDAY DECEMBER 19 1908 The political battle is now near ing an end and while the great majority of people have settled the matter in their minds as to- how they will vote yet the ef t fort to produce a change of sen timent and action is at its height In all the campaigns of the past the present one has no equal in many respects It has been one in which the plain people have been given an opportunity to look at the real issues and to see the drift oi government toward centralization The people are aroused and from every section the Republicans are heavy losers That Mr Bryan will be elected can not be doubted unless millions of dollars are spent in a number of Republican States The only thing that can possibly pull Mr Taft 5 through is money and judging from the tone ofre ports that will not do it The Republicans a n d Jndependants who are for Bryan and Kern are not of the selling kind They are men who place their country above their party when the party fails to meet the reasonable de mands of business and fair play The most hopeful situationinterested t one in theelec tion of Mr Bryan He has made fan able fair andfclean fight and will be elected by the largest electoral and popular vote that any man ever received from the American people If you are for the principles of the Democratic party cheer up for a great vic o ry is certain on November the thirdIRepublican speakers are try ing to make the farmers believe 1 1 t5 that they are unusually prosper ous They tell about the high price of wheat and corn and cred it it to the Republican party but 4 the same speakers fail to say any f thing about the heavy decline in- S the price of mules horses and other stock The shrinkage in the price of live stock in this sec i non would many times outbal l ance Jne advance in wheat and I 1I1jI cornl Certainly no man IS so 1gnoiAnt as to believe such stuff hasbei dished g1ft y pu- e 7 Jas this zeetiqR mcani l ft lU I e tJ broad as the coup= i i t try 111Cetne yield and the- nadvance ireS stuff was in A h d iiJr eV1tjble of JrrJjf ROOIylt the pride of i j 1e 1ex manu i fiqZa r 7 0u factured articles which are Trust controlled and many of them have advanced The farmers are just beginning to seed feel the depression t The old saying vote as you shot served its purpose and was considered by many devout Republicans to be their duty Now to these same devout men we simply suggest that it would be well to vote as you pray You lare aware of the fact that Mr Taft does not believe that Christ was the Son of God or that he is the Saviour If you believe in putting such a man at the head of our Nation then it ap pears a most propitious time for calling in all our Foreign Missionaries This is not given as a political scheme but is a condi tion that confronts the people and they must determine what is best How any man who loves his Saviour who believes in the spread of the gospel and wants the people saved can accept such ofrpolitical faith seems a mystery Mr Bryan is a true Presbyterian and is therefore sound on all the great doctrines of salvation and would reflect much credit on our reliionif elected President You may lightly consider this but it is no trivial matter and later on you may have regrets when too late to undo Chairman Mack of the Demo cratic National Committee last Saturday night gave out a state ment in New York in which he predicted that Mr Bryan would receive 301 electoral votes Chairman Mack said the election would be a veritable landslide in spite of the fact that the Republican party had accumulated a tremen dous slush fund He said he un derstood that the Republican organization had accumulated 3 000000 which would be used in several of the debatable States But he said they cannot defeat us with 50000 000 Mr Mack had a conference with Mri Bryan on the candidates car in Jersey City and said that whIle Mr Bryan understood that the Republican National Corn mitteehad vast sums of money he expressed confident belief of his election i If prosperity istl here why not start the mills to cutting lumber Why not sell your timber mules and horses Mr Taft is pledged to carry out that which Mr Roosevelt began and ifelected we believe he will do exactly what he is bidden to do panic is not over it Mr TheIIt 11ancertaInIAbout fifty night riders were arrested in Tennessee inthe sunIjdaying implicated in the murder of Capt Rankin and assaulting Judge Taylor There is talk of- Gov Patterson declaring martial law and if he does there will be some military hangings Every Democrat in Adair county who is a voter should be at the polls next Tuesday and cast his tsuffrage for Bryan and fernt electors yt Jlfi bt st reduction i the oboefariffto the P9 iIsnext Tuepday and vote the Democrai- C t ticket The rooster that never took ink will b k our next He ire id well W1l i t =o= KoroclcI t 10 fO 1098 1 Anouncement19a J o 0- IlT I desire to say to my customers of Adair and adjoining Counties that SIhave just t returned from Cincinnati where I purchased anv immense line of Fall and Winter goods My shelves are now crowded with the very latest designs in I O c Ocl CI cI CI cr 1Q0 ClcI JI6JIOa Sladies Dressi ji R Goods And the ladies are invited vto call o and look through my stock I feel sure I can please the mostIfastideous and I am confident my prices are right Investigate and be convinced O El Clothing Department larger than ever before Can oIsn any Kind of suit a man It wants plain or striped and I 8E18C Ol 0 10 iOI Democrats are making a whirl wind canvass In Indiana and Ohio They have four special trains now traversing these States carrying able speakers who make short addresses at every stop Both States are regarded as doubtful and the Dem ocrats are doing every thing in their power to carry them Republicans now clain that they can elect Mr Taft without New York an admission that the State will be carried by the Dem ocrats When Mr Bryan closes his speaking tour his n New York week there will be no longer Tuesday The Democratic party stands for good government If you want to see better times than we have been having for the last fourteen months go to the polls next Tuesday and vote for Bryan Kern electors Mrs McCreary the wife of United States Senator JasB McCreary died at Richmond last Saturday She was one the most women in Kentucky If you want a change in general business conditions then vote for a change Mr Taft is pledged ttP c qWtucthe fcoliey that brought about presentrcpn u u dition t r 0 111 I If you doIit1lik Con8ressmati Edwards tfengive MrJ Patter soon your vote he is an able law- Yer andl gentleman of good i bjlityIO enough for any r- r fcx vg Afc rL1 r Next week the News will not be published until Wednesday morning Our columns will be held open in order to give the re sult of this election now Should Christians Vote From E Town News There is not the slightest doubt that Christians should vote as they pray Because a man is given the right of citizenship and the right to vote in the selection of those who govern and make the laws of the country he is not released from any of his Christian obligations In fact as this is a Christian country his obligations to his religion should invariably accompany him to his voting booth Any Christian who casts a ballot in any election which injures Christs kingdom on Earth either directly or indirectly does violence to his religion and interferes if it does not retard the spread of the gospel In this Christian country it is so general that those who are candidates for office are Christians that the question is hardly ever thought of by Christiansexcept in the selec tion of men of good moral worth and probity of character We do not believe in religion in politics in the sense in which it is jr gen r but wed o believe in Glitistiahity inr rt t politics We do believe that l 1 l ieveryicitizen who has confessed ttf t the name ot the Lord Jesus Christ owes igh allegiance to Y saIpcn tI k F 1 made in the latest by first 01 I class merchant tailors Come and see I Shoer QI l In this line I have an endless I variety for both ladies and gen 0 tlemen and they are marked clown to suit the stringency in the money market Drop in O accomodatingI EiTer else in 0eralbllslnessI UoI H KqW1011 JIcI J0IJ votea prominent l1yused style hurt is threatened to Christianity in the selection of a candid ate for office to the cause of Christ that party ties shouldnot be considered for amoment IThe question of Christianity has been raised in this Presidential election Judge Taft the Republican nominee is a Unitar ian The Unitarian denies the Divinity of theLord Jesus Christ He denies the existence of the Trinity and believes as the word Unitarian signifies on one God A Unitarian is not a Christian He disputes the voice from heaven This is my beloved son in whom I am well pleased He destroys the pan of salvation He makes the crucifixion a mock ery and the hope of salvation by the belief in His resurrection a farce This country has never elected a President who did not believe in the Divinity of Jesus Christ As far as we know there never was a candidate before the people for this high office who doubted the Divine origin of Jesus of NazarethIThe Constitution of the United States does not prescribe any man from holding the office of President on account of hiss religious beliefs or the lack of them This is a wise provision oi thelaw Form n the disctege of they Suiies oTMfce jli gion a Has no pait as we have wiset Seiiffttedthe church ands Stated Judjre Taft would doubt lees make agopd Prtfiident He j meaiurM fully up ta thfe Jeffei = oftiinita QzOr honesty As a citizen we could find in him almost an ideal can didate As a Christian we could not vote for him if we subscribed to all of his political views because we believe his election would bea serious blow to ChristianityIn few years foreign missions have made marvelous strides in converting the heathen to the belief in Christ We are sending out thousands of men and women into the benighted and heathen countries and contributing millions to their sup port following the injunction of Christ himself Go ye into all the world and preachthe Gospel Every missionary tells then storyy of this Ghristian land what Christianity has done fywhat it can do for the individual It would be the most damaging strikerto this cause which is dear to their hearts to elect a Christless candidate President The heath en in answer to the plea to ac- cePt V Christ wouldanswer youIhave elected your President does not believe in Christ You want us to accept what you do not accept yourselves Tni s- matter is not one of politics it isa a matter bf conscience This article is not anappcajtd your citizenship but to your Christi- anitY andbecause eare more concerned in the sdDneement- of this Km d t pallthe Kingdoms tit lt jg tworld writttetf to call jou this thatmattter ih tefeuolJWi fl Jk rrJ 4 rr f r s THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS L WboOwes You 1 a r 1- ilINonatter who it is we can collect the account for YOUthatIS ifit cin be collected at all Wejinake- co1lecaonswhere4 others fail on oldw i and over dne accounts Our fees i r are lfO rates particulars X I KENTUCKY COLLECTING AGENCY Lebanon Ky PERSONAL Mr T C Davidson and wife are vis iting at LibertyIMiss Margaret Todd left this morn ing Wednesday for Voca Texas where shelwill spend the winter visiting her sister Mrs E E Spiller Prof J P Darnell who was prin cipal of the M and F High School last year and who has been sick wit typhoid fever at his home Flemings burg Ky for the past two months has so far recovered as to be able to sit up a little He certainly had a seriou- time and his friends here are glad t learn that he is now considered out of danger Miss Mayme Dapp of Glasgow led the chorus during the meeting a the Christian church will leave for her home this week Her visit and Christian work in Columbia Were highly ap- Preciated1 and her departure is gen erally regretted It is the wish of her many friends that she will again visit IIColumbia and come when she may the latchstrings will be on the outside of the doors Strayed from my premises a pale red madecalf a natural muley 5 or 6 moths old will weigh 350 or 400 pounds Reward for information 51tf John N Conover J W Allen bought about 100 head of cattle in Adair county last week at 3 and 3J cents r Notice To Taxpayers All taxes that are unpaid on Decem ber 1 1908 are subject to the penalty lawI and due no tice in which to fix this and all persons who have not paid before above date neednot expect to be called on but one time for this tax and if not paid upon demand a levy arid sale will immediate follow it matters not who you are r5QlO W B Patteson Sheriff i Commissioners Sale f ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTOF Lucinda Coomer Plaintff SBeviasa Compton Defendant fJBy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof 1908 in the above cause I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse highesttbidder at Public Auction on 1908tat 1 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following property towit A tract of land lying in Adiar county on the waters of Harrodsforkcreek containing one hundred acres Com r plete discription of this land can be seen in the Adair Circuit clerks office record- S ed in order book No 11 page 372 For the purchase price the purchaser withapproved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid having the force and effect ofa udgIment Bidders will be prepared to ply promptly with these termsir H T Baker K Master Commissioner t J Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY James M Fisher c Plaintiff t Susan A Fisher Defendant f- J By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereoft 1908 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door t in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday Nov 2nd 1908 beingCountythe 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 rfreneei ft made to the Jud ent Record ed I order rip 33pofcNo 11 page 401 in the Adair cir cuit Clerks office ftt lor the purchase price the purchaser securitieslmustexecnteBond beapnglegal in I r teresl from the day of sale until prod and having the force and effect ofa- Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms JI T Brier Master GommiMioner Jr r kiI r iY tf dlafJI GradwilleJ2 i fY Our people were glad to see the rain last Friday h I Ff4t t tJ Wheatsowin g isabout over- this i section Mrs J A Diddle spent a day or so in Columbia last week The corn crop in this commu nity is not an extra good one Mr W R Walker and daugh ter of Columbia passed throug- here one day last week enroute home Messrs J A Diddle and W W Yates attended the speaking at Edmonton last Tuesday Mr J T Flowers spent a day hor so in Columbia last week Stults Bros t of Columbia are progressing nicely with their placeoMr G13 Yates and wife of the Joppa community and Mr Porttland visited their sister Mrs Geo Hit Nell of this place las week Mr E T Keltner and wife of East Fork were by the bedside of their daughter Mrs E V Thompson a day or so of last weekMr W B Patterson of Columbia was in our midst last Thursday We are always glad to have him come Dr L C Nell was on the sick list a few days last week We are glad to note that he has about recovered at this time Messrs J H Hamilton and Rollin Kinnaird two of Nells business men were in our midst last Thursday Mr and Mrs J D Flowers of Columbia were the quests of Mr C 0 Moss and family last SaturdayMr H Nell the well known stock man of this Plac is spending this week at eI seeing after his farm work Mr Storng Hill is erecting a business house preparatory for Hardware Furniture and under takers goods i J A Diddle will in the near future build a large and commo dious feed barn near his resi dence Uriah Bradshaw has the contract Mr Chapman Browning of Milltown was with us one day last week and reported business quiet in his community- Mr Robert Yates McGregor Texas spent a day or so with his father this place last week andIon his return his wife and who have been visiting here for the past two months accompanied him home Messrs W RLyonof Camp bellsville and Joe Lane of Glas lastIthem discuss the vital question ationjIRev W B Cave of Columbia is conducting a meeting at Big Creek church There is great interest being mantfested and quite a number of professions and the church and community greatly revived Luther Roach one of our good citizens has moved to the farm of J M Wilson and will make- a crpp there the next asonJ We are glad to iiojte that Mrj Roach wastsofortunateto make a deal with a manlike John Milt Wilson t 1Mr GeO W tintn hRhas been f living m this community t f i 1 4IS forsseveral years has renteda farm near Greensburg andwill move there in the near futureIf v We are sorry thatjIMr Spillman leaveourcomninunity They willp be greatly missed Tyler Furkins the well known merchant of Keltner was in our community last week and bought the last crop of burley tobacco i fromhr 1250 per cwt This tobacc- was grown on the farm of S D Caldwell known as tne uncle Lewis Walker farm Mr Reath erford certainly knows how to grow tobacco Born to the wife of Willie Spillman on the 28 a s9n- Born to the wife of E V Thompson on the 18 a daugh ter We certainly appreciate the many sympathetic letters that manyt ferent countries and States dur ing the hours of our sad afflic tion and death pf our daughter Mary No one knows the lonli nets of heart except those who have gone through the same ordeal that we have We thank God for the life that she lived and for the influence she weilded in this community over her as sociates and for the admonition she left for her sister and brothj er who were not present last hours May God bless us in this sadlhour of bereav mentIi and when our time has close may we be prepared to go as dear Mary was t Jesse Breeding sold a few days ago one Peacock colt under one year old for 100 Judge Scott of Edmonton sold one of the same stock under one old KenIIthe price The sale was made to a uMr Mann L M Wilmore sold W M Wil more one mule colt for 4250 J M Wilson sold 1 to same party for 4250 Willie Spillman sold one to same party for 3800 Ask you grocerymari for Oco Coffee 502t 9 In Memoriam On Tuesday Oct 13 1908 at 19 p m departed this life at her home at Kendall Ky Polly A Rippetoe She was 90 years WiljIIdaughtersjdaughters Mrs Dora Yates and Mrs Telitha Pitman survive the onesI had been afflicted with cancers forthe last two or three years but her death was hastened on by a fall which she caught two months ago She was a constant sufferer until death came All that lovingI hands could do for her was done Gods Will be doneWe know her spirit is at rest with God who gave it What words press the anguish of the heartJ when it sees consigned to the t tomb its dearest treasure and realize that it is forever 11when we stood by the grave of her our mother and saw thatform so dear to us ClasPe4in the arms of death we knew we hadsustain ed aulbss nothing could replacego She said she wasr a arid patiently awaited the hour Dtideth She was a kind r good h i1 sItshe lived The entire communi ty exterids their heartfelt aIs y thy to theldear relatives especlalI ly here d uJhter and little Mary that are left so lonely without lher After appropriate talk by J F Helm the remains were urrY1lNo more shall mothers face From its old accustomed placeI r awayoThe cold and clamy clod And its absence leaves me lone all the day Yes her body sleeps on the hill side within a bed of clay How cold it seems to lay mother awayaKind friends may come round but none do I see So fair as the face of my moth er to me Still her voice so sweet and clear Falls like music on my earIiWhere in silence she was neath the ground A truer friend than she will neer be found A Friend SIPeople of this community have been busy sowing wheat Mr J A Mooneyham is re ported some befter at this writing IMr Willie Gwinn and wife of Hatcher and Miss Pearl Farris of this place were visiting rela BottomfamilyIwere visiting at Mr Charley Durhams of Campbellsville Sat urday night and SundayS Mrs Amandy Wallace is some better at this writing b Mr W R Johnston has been repairing his store Mrs Jim Irvin of Mt Carmel neighborhood was visiting Mrsj Ben Hescamp of this place recently Mrs Tom Davis is very low with consumption Miss Albyrtie Farris lost a good mare Sunday evening i Miss Irene Davis and brother of this place were in Columbia last Monday r Watson Farmers are busy making sorghum and sowing wheat jSeveral of our young people the social given by Miss Ora May Corbin Saturday night All report a delightful time for Miss Ora certainly knows how to entertain Mr Ray Williams and family of Roley and Mrs Lucy Beard and children were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Russell last Sunday Finis Bault who has been conJ fined to his room for four week from running a snag in his foot at school has about recovered Mr Oscar Corbin and family of Dulworth visited Mr and Mrs Richard Corbin Saturday night and Sunday Miss Lettie Feese has been absent from school fora week on account of sprained ankle The surprise social at Mr Sam Baults last Wednesday night was largel J attended x r I Mr fJdiii Arnold arid j sons ki f Alfred ncLOscar were In your town rase eektMiss Annie Smith spent Satiir day with Miss Ollie Russell Mr Gr R Fesese was hurt Tby a cey5attle last week But Js better at this writing I T J t t IHyou contemplate buying ca new suit this Fail we want to extend to you an invitation to examine the t4 largest stock o- fBench s T- ClOthIngshown I y Ever in this part of Kentucky Our stock is from the shops of two of the targest manufacturers of fine clothing in the United States Our Cheapest Line of Suits from 859 to 12 have all the Styles and Shapes of a 15 Suit fJJ There is absolutely no good sense in you paying 20 to 25 for a special made suit when we will sell you a better made suit of better material and perhaps a better fit for 12 to 20 If you will take the trouble to come in and let us show you our line if we cannot please you then we can have you a special suit made We represent as good a 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 profit the 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 and Regular Sizes Young Mens Boys and Childrens Suits in all the New Shades and CutsIOvert Coats We were fortunate in securing some great bargains in Overcoats bought at a closingout sale These coats were made for this fall tratfc and arefgenuijie BARGAINS I Iflaprftus pteas re to l1lve YOU come m amf examine m stock rAll lines are fall and co iJijtte t c l efytealctf t v i J A r e it Russell Cot f t J1 t t i t JJ I t t i tiw ww I 1 7 r 6 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SOffOF FIGHTING BOB f i t Lieutenant Evans Seems to Have a Good Deal of Fight In Him Too Fighting Bob Evans has a son lieutenant Franck Taylor Eyans Who ias inherited the combative disposition that has made the elder Evans famous md the son too is an officer of the LIEUTENANT FRANCS TAYLOR EVANS aavy Lieutenant Evans is now with the big warships in the Pacific as an Ifficer of the battleship Louisiana charges against him presented andI tourt martial have occasioned Interest on account of his relation to the former commander in chief of the Beet According to these charges young Evans was guilty of doing a little fighting that was not called for by naval rules He was also charged with being absent from his stationj with using profane language perior officer and with intoxication While the fleet was at Honolulu Evans had an altercation with a fellow officer end it was then reported the incident would be made the subject of an in vestigation In San Francisco he got Into a fight too but on this occasion Us conduct was very creditable as he lefended sailors from his ship against i crowd of roughs that had attempted to rob them and kept the thugs at bay with his pistol while the police restored girder Lieutenant Evans came into notice when he was appointed aid to President Roosevelt on the latters historic trip to the isthmus of Panama He entered the navy in ISM reached his present grade about five years ago and was then assigned to duty on the Louisiana His marriage in August 1907 to Miss Gertrude Pullman daughI ter of Major John Pullman U was a leading event of the season in Washington SMALLEST OF POSTOFFICES It Is Located In California and Is a Tiny AffairIts Owners History The smallest postoffice in the United States and probably in the world is at Moosa in southern California It is 43 by 32 by 84 inches the last measurement representing the height which Is barely sufficient to allow Postmas ter Ike Frazee to enter without his hat for he stands over six feet Three times a week the mail arrives at Moosa and then the tall postmaster opens the little door at the back of his tiny postal station and drives out the flies lizards and an occasional rattlesnake to squeeze in with the mail bag Postmaster Frazee is as wonderful as hisp office for he was a portrait painter of note and was compelled to adopt the simple life for his healths t i XBOB MALLrBTPosTOFFIQII AND THE POST CASTERS ROM WOBELAND TOWEES cake He spends most of his time out doors and lives with hfswjfe fcncka family of even children in a stgne tcastle circulaithn shapeand three tto high tailed worelatad Towers This remarkable habitation stands on m knoll and has aj commanding Jew i It was bcillt Jbjj4he I raae s and a pandering gcotcfc r tonerafts6n f na- five bowlders and fashioned after afa 3 Kras Scotch rWoabt of feiidtl days Hi S s I Iift f i DECREE ON fOOTBALL When Gridiron Sport Was Against the Lay PRISON WAS THE PENALTY King Edward III Wishing to Encour age Archery Prohibited Football as a Useless Game Why James f Debarred It Did you ever know it Was one against the law to play football Well it has been The same gaine or a J modification of it at all events tha we will now enjoy until after Thanks giving once came under official displeasure of so pronounced a type as to make of it a pastime However injustice to the game that our colleges have made famous witl all due regard Eto earlier champions of the older countryit wasnt because King Edward III was opposed to foot ball asia sport but because he feared that its playing would interfere with the proper pursuit of archery which he looked upon as the national game much as we look on baseball today only more so in the case of the good old king says a writer in the Indian apolis Star England during the reign of the ancient Edward was foremost among the nations in archery and it was the wish of the strenuous monarch that this position be maintained But his subjects didnt altogether share in this view and when they had leisure they didnt devote all of it to archery practice but took a whirl at football or other sports each to his liking and it was this attitude which resulted in 1349 in a letter being sent from the king to the London sheriffs In this royal complaint King Edward said that the skill in shooting with the- bow and arrows was almost totally laid aside for the pursuit of various useless and unlawful games He therefore commanded them to such idle practices within the preventI liberties of London and to their leisure time on holidays was spent in exercise with the bow and arrows The penalty for footballing was imprisonment at the kings pleasure But notwithstanding royal edicts football had a mighty firm hold on the- citizenry particularly the common folk and the late Mr Barclay has referred to this in liis unsimplified spelling thus The sturdy plowman lustle strong and bold- Overcometh the winter with driving the footeball Forgetting labour and many a grievous fall King Edward had an able second in his antagonism to football in King James I who regarded the dangers oi the game as serious and gave out this one From this court I debarre the footeball meeter for lameing than making able the users thereof The football itself hasnt always bees the highly scientific contrivance we of today are used to seeing on Indiana college fields or other college grounds The rustic boys of the long ago used a blown bladder without any leather covering and inside the bladder they placed peas and horse beans which made a rattle as the ball was kicked about This is the way our friend Barclay saw the picture And now in the winter when men kill the fat swine They get the bladder and blow and thin itgreatI With many beans andpeason Itratleth soundeth and shineth clere and IfayreWhile it is throwen and caste up in the ayre greatIWith foote and with hande the bladder for to smite If it fall to groundo they llfte it up agayne And this waye to labour they account it no payne Even the shoemakers were keen for the sport aril it was for long the custom on each Shrove Tuesday for the cobblers of Chester to deliver to the drapers in the presence of the mayor of Chester at the cross on the Rodehee one ball of leather called a football to the value of 3s 4d or more to play at from thence to the common hall of the said city which practice was productive of much inconvenience and therefore in the year 1540 by consent of the parties concerned the ball was changed into six glayves of silver of alike value as a reward for the best runnex In an old comedy called The Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green by John Day acted in 1659 this line is spoken of himself by one of the characters I am Tom Stroud of Hurling I will jplaya gole at campball or wrassel a fall at the hip or the hin turnx Bj camp ball the modest and retiring Mr Stroud probably was referring to foot ball which was played to the best ad vantage in the camp or open coun try Certainly a champion footballist of 1908 needs to be well able to wras eel afallas well as to be proficient In about every other applied form of outdoor athletics He must bea fast fanner and q battering ram Certain it is that King Edward III would have cause to fear for archery In this day Although baseball re mains the great national game football has become a good second And since many reforms have been Intro duced in the rules of the gridiron sport less find less is heard about Its brut tality Wild Cotton Experiments- Wild cotton from Jamaica will be made the subject of experiments by the department oif agriculture with w new of providing a new point ofde parture for breeding porpofif with he dom Uc cnlthated ft t 3c1 frriijtite ForL4Ies Ills 322 Too Much of a Tease Bl werebhchatting on the porch Mrs Blough was in the parlor near the window Blough knew she was a listening and wanted t o tease her Had alittle experience today he said to Neighbors confidentially Prettiest little girl you ever sawShe was sauntering along the street some feet behind a strolling couple I was walk ing faster and as I caught up with her I couldnt help looking at her she was so pretty She caught my look and smiled I had no intention or flirting of course but that smile was irresistible Then our hands touched accidentally and we let them linger a minute She began walkingllf aster to keep up with me and we passed the couple ahead together When we got some distance ahead of them I mustered up nerve enough to- speak Good evening I said and shet rePlied the same very roguishlyThere wasa swich of shirts in- the itparlortime to isee his wife vanishing toward the hall- Thunder he e xcJ aimed Of course the little girl was only about sixY ears old but my wife didnt wait to hear that Shes gone upstairs to cry now and even if she accepts my explana tion it means flowers and a party dress What tools we husbands beSt Louis Republic WhatNight Riders Cost 4 Over 104000 has been spent by the State from January 1 to September 1 for soldiers who have been used in putting down the night TidersSThel figures were compiled by those who had access to the books and could learn the exact amount Gov Willson has Used the soldier freely and has had several companies in the field for several months All this has cost money but the Governor a believes that it has been worth while and he is going to see whether or not it is worth the enormous outlay by making speechse in Western Kentucky and personally investi gating conditions ua What Are Your Boys and Girls Readn They are bound to read something r They will read trash unless you give them something bet ter that is equally interesting Try The Youths Companion There is plenty of adventure in the stri sand the heroes and hero ines are of the real kind finding in the line of duty opportunity shness1Morethan250SUChcs published In the 52 issues of the new volume for 1909 There will befully as manY articles sketch es and reminiscences to impart useful information in the most greeiftBle way ftimlliirizin The Companions readers wit Q k i f l Great suffering is the lot of all women who neglect thee health of their womanly organs No reason to do so any more than to neglect a sore throat colic or any other disease that the right kind of medicine will cure Take Wine of Carduifor all your womanly ills It can never do harm and Is certain to do good Mrs Same H Blair of Johnson City Tenn writes I had suffered from womanly troubles for six teen months and had four doctors but they could not help me until I began to take Wine of CarduL Now I think 1 am about well At all reliable druggists In 100 bottles Try it I WRITE US A LETTER the best that is known and thought in the world Full illustrated announcement of The Companion for 1909 will be sent to any address free witl sample copies of the paper The new subscriber who at once sends 175 for 1909 adding 50 cents for extra postage if he lives in Canada will recieve free all the remaining issues of 1908 besides the gift of The Compan ions Calendar for 1900 entitled In Grandmothers Garden lithographed in 13 colors THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley Street Boston Mass 4Uogwallow News From Hogwallow Kentuckian Miss Flutie Belcher will go to Tickville tomorrow Later Since writing the foregoing she has decided not to go There will be no preaching al Hog FordlSunday Raz Barlow tore up the floor yesterday look ing for a hen nest Dock Hocks let his buggy set in the pond too long this week and the tires got so tight the mule can hardly pull it Washington Hocks our esteemed postmaster has closed the postoffice while his cow is very bad off with hoIIow horn Tobe Moseleyifinished his new corn pen today It is built on the Plan of his old one and he will bore the rat holes tomorrow Yan Sims hasbeen very busy all this week writing a letter to Miss Gondola Hensteyof Buzzard Knob The mail carrier will deIpartIngThe Hog Ford preacher is or- g nizing a donation party to be given at his house Tuesday nightPoke Eazley fell from the top of a tall tree last Wednesday over near Rye Straw He took out his watch and timed himself during the fall and says he broke the record A preacher once said You editors do not tell the truth IfI you did you could not live Your newspapers would be a failureI The editor replied ou are right and the minister who will all the times tell the bare truth about his members alive or dead will not occupy the pulpit more findhanit necessary to leave town in a hurry The press and the pulpit go hand in hand with whitewash brush The press and gravestone are the great paint making triumvirate The minister went away looking very hoiightfulwhile theEditor turned tohiswork telling of the sur passing beauty of the bride while in reality she was as ugly as a mud fenceA 1A Warning LLexington Herald Vf we are sable to ta cl 7 to 4 f Write today for free copy of valuable 64paze ffl strted Book for Women If yon need Medical Advice describe your symptoms stating age and reply will be sent in plain sealed eavclop Address i Advisory DI t The attan Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn o THGi t O GflMffiIGN 4 ii IS ON I i Ijfl t- ii1WHO WILL BE i+ a1PRESIDENT I i r 4I + i i IF YOU WANT TO KEEP POSTED i r t RITHE f CourierJournal J iI i Louisville Times Ii The Adair County AND News1L 0 I Fifth Avenue Hotel TPIKE CAMPBELL MGR Refurnished Redecorated and Re modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu w lar Prices Convenient to WholesaleI c and Retail Districts Churches and I Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUTSTREETS Louisville Kentucky f acquainItances state we believe the Republicans are better organized than the I majority of Democrats give themI rIentapathyonly apparent that they are doing all in their organization to carry the state for Judge Taft if possible And it is not unreason able that they should have hopes of so doing With thestate ad ministration Republican and every city of the first and second class with the exception of Lexington in the hands of the Republicans with the majority of the state election commissioners and a majority of the election commissioners in allje counties in which there are cities of the first or second class except Fayette with the police and fire man In those cities with all the Federal officeholders in Ken lucky with ample funds athe record of the state having been carried By Governor Willson Y X dO for them to hope to secure the electoral vote for Judge Taft It is however beyond question true that a very large majority of the white voters of the state anIwill vote for him in preference to Judge Taft if they vote at all But between now and the election arrangements must be made by the Democrats to get every voter to the polls to dispel the feeling of overweening confidence with which some of our leaders seem to be affected which confidence is being encouraged by the news sent out from the Republican national headquarters that the Republicans do not expect Kentuckys electoral vote and are not making any effort to secure it Three Pinkerton detectives have arrived in Lexington to work dix the case of WillisE Smith the missing State University student believMlfr have been the victim Q college Jhtzmg and whose where abcuta ire latUIJr amIatery tt4i lAltz 1 ri1I Pp r I r t rHEADAIRCOUNrYNEWSI i t 5oodSonewisGreensburg i IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker Birds l1 J- fnilburnIl 3 WagonsA car load of is Oliver Chilled Plows o A car load of Disc Harrows j A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters One=Horse Corn Drills andI Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for j Spring trade LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE J t r t Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L N R Rf Woodson Lewisi The MerchantOreensburg Ky L iHrders promply attended to i I JlY S1 EXCLUSIVE E SASH and i 7 co sDOOR HOUSE i 1H ifr jBy confining cur attention to Sash and Doors we are enabled to carry a J stockand a better selection than any othe house in the t South t Send your orders to the Quick Shippers F I ID 2I52I 219 E Main St it f KYeNNNN- rt 0 lVk Vv V l l l71 7I11 1 r1 I 7Ii 7r 1 I 1 I Dr James Menzies J7i OSTEOPATHY m l NSULTATIO NAND I EMMlNATIONJFREE tttce AT RESIDENCE wrn rnColumbiaI rl b VV v l v 1 iii1 71Crni m7fCri i ri rl i nC m n- vw l V v Vi v J 7f m7lI7KIr f 1K1Ir 7rii ri7iv Break Your Back 71 l refundedr d Write for prices on Ev New Way GasW Ji oline- 1r Engines 5 iAddress DeptuA Care of 7F t r peQle Bros bouisviIIe9-ai a 11 iEMarket il square below Enterprise Hotel Phone CumlAtolG7A Home21G7 lf I iir tt t T F J r t i ATTENTION A Call For a Vote on the Graded School Proposition Kentucky Adair County J Sect Adair County Court Oct term Oct 5th 1908 Present Hon Junius Hancock Judge This day the petition of A G Todd and others filed at the last regular term of this court came on for further hearing and it appearing that said petition was signed by more than the legal voters and tax payers residing in the proposed graded common school dis trict and was approved by the County Superintendent of schools and the trustees in the districts named below It is now ordered that said proposed graded common school district be fixed to em brace the same boundary as is 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 to 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 Alvin Browning farm thence to the mouth of But lers Branch thence down Russell Creek to and excluding the Cook farm thence to and excluding W T McFar 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 Syl vester Bennett thence to and exclud ing the Scott Montgomery farm thence to and including Olie Conover thence to the Bud Vaughan place the begin ningIt is now ordered that an election be held 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 one 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 proposed graded com 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 said proposed graded common school district and hold said election first giv ing notice of same as required by law and he will at the same time open a poll and hold an election for the election by said voters of five trustees for said proposedgraded 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 between the hours of 7 a m and 4 p m in the Court house in Columbia Ky cause the poll to be opened and an election held for purposes named in the foregoing 3rderv Witness my hand this October 19 1908 W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair county Hatcher Hon Charles Williams presi dential elector for the fourth Congressional district spoke at- eveningJampbellsville Friday and at Burdick at night His speech was logical and several Republicans at Burdick declared their intention of supporting Bryan and Kern Every thing points to an increased Democrat lc vote in Taylor county Quite- a number of Republicans say that Taft s religious views do not coincide with theirs Sur face indications point to the election of Hon Ben Johnson to Congress by 5000 majority in th icteMrs Jas Rodgers had her land crushed in the cogs fa cidermill last week The acci dent will prevent her from at tend ingItoher household duties r j d f jt 3 f yw for several Weeks A child of Robert Parrott died of diptheria near Burdick this lweek Diptheria has had a tell ing effect upon the attendance of the schools in this locality Rev M D Prescott married Mr Jas Clark and Miss Bettie Pike at the Blacksmith shop at Hatcher Thursday This is Mr Clarks third matrimonial ven ture and his ladys first Dr G W Pruett Mannsville was accidentally shot at his home Thursday evening at 7 oclock according to the verdict of the coroners jury Dr Pruett was a prominent young physician and was also active in the affairs of the Republican party The People of the country are divided as to whether he committed suicide or his pistol was accidentally discharged The bullet entered back of his ear and ranged to the front of his forehead I Bakerton Most of the people in this com munity that has been sick are about well again Misses Amelia and Stella Parrish have been on the sick list Miss Hattie Glidewell sprain ed her ankle so bad she had to quit her schood for a few days- S T Irvin wife and children attended church at Jones chapel Sunday Misses Willie Parrish and Mittie Glidewell were shopping- in Burkesville Saturday Misses Ellen anc Candor Wil liams went to Burkesville last SaturdayMiss Dillon was home from school Saturday and Sunday Mr J H Goff of Columbia was here Saturday selling the merchants groceries The river is so low that transportation is suspended for a while The merchants are hauling goods from Glasgow and Co lumbiaT Goff is back from a tripI to Cl dike Ten- nTholored people are holding a protracted meeting at Liberty church near this this place con ducted by Revs Duff and Smith W T Winfrey wife and little son Robert of this place left for Claremore Okla to make it their future home The Gulf Red Cedar Company is preparing to put a large boom in Crocus creek They have one at W H Coles but claim it wont hold half of their stock =Cheering News Ron John B Thompson who bas been in New York for some weeks came home Monday and spent a couple of days In speaking of the politicaloutlook he said that Hughes would certainly be defeated and that Bryans chance of carrying the Empire State were very bright He says that the only fear is that the very rich who have grown so through special privileges given them will overwhelm the Democrats with their enormous campaign fund Notwithstanding t his Ar Thompson says that after getting off Wall street the impression prevails among the people that Bryan will carry New York Indiana and Ohio and will be elected PresidentHarrods burg Herald Wanted Ginseng t Golden Seal and roots Write me wKat Oi1havr W N Lpnft Florence Ky rfi t o 1 n i 0z r t Weed Farmers were busy last week sowing wheat Rev W B Cave assisted fy Rev George Grove is conduct ing a series of meetings at Big Creek Willie Lee Moore was thrown from a horse one day last week and dislocated one of his wrists Mrs Alice Firquin Mrs Har riett Sparks Mrs Mollie Yates Misses Lizzie Yates Myrtie Sparks Mr Harry Firquin and Mr Byrtris Sparks were in Co lumbia last Friday P H Keltner is repairing his dwelling which when completed will add greatly to its appear ance and convenience Lewis England of McGregor Texas is visiting friends and relatives in this community Several from this community attended the Teachers Association at Picketts Chapel last Sat urday Worked The Candidates Up in Bath county they have adopted a new wrinkle Instead of working for the numerous candidates the people of one neighborhoodmade the candi dates work The Owensville Outlook tells it thus That was an extraordinary gathering at Kendall Springs last Thursday first and foremost the people of that neighborhood appointed that day for assembling to do volenteer work on the new turn pike The happy thought to in vite the candidates for county offices came and nearly all ofIthem were thre promptly with teams and all with a willing spirit There wereone hundred and sixty seven workers and they accomplished wonders It is estimated that thejjwork could not have been donejfor less than 350 a t the lowest estimate They built complete onequarter- of a mile of gravel turnpike and graded another quarter of a mile ready forrg avel Jessamine Journal EasingWhoopingCough When my boys had the whooping cough saidthe mother who was not afraid to try simple home relievedremedies their paroxysms of coughing and reduce the number by having the children gargle frequently with lemon and water- I also gave them a laxative diet and kept 1 them in the open air as much as possible Two of the boys who had it in summer fairly lived out of doors and each day I would make them take sun baths and run barefooted Where one handles a big bunch of hogs it is generally advisable to do a little doping especially if they are fed heavily on grain Under natural conditions a hog needs very little chemicals but it should be borne in mind that when an attempt ia made toi finish a nine months borrow and t atmakethat age conditions are more or ess critical Heavy grain feeding tends to heat the system a little and lay on a foundation for disease A good condition pow der satisfies a craving and this tends to keep the amimal in good condition because when in solution nu doubt these ingredients inter first into the circulation and then are assimilated and aP- ro riated by the organs of the bodY f iiel r t t W f I CM WISEMAN SON fI I Diamonds and Precious Stones 1 Jewlers and Opticians H Special attention given toworkand all orders in o goods in our line Oposite Music Hall 132 Market St Bet lst2d St Louisville Kyt 3 0 Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavir or any sur gical work done at fairprices 1 am well fixed to tape care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE ON DISAP FRJM COLUVIIA POINTMENT Coffins AND Caskets I keep ready for use all kinds of IICoffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it patronize I J E Snow Russell SpringsI FOR A GOOD MEAL VISIT TUEI Manhattan Restaurant and Lunch Counter OTTO E YENT Prop 502 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Opposite Court House Louisville Kentucky REGULAR MEALS 20c BEST COFFEE Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 Dr James Triplett Dentistf JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY WILMORE HOTEL wm trLtILttfff0IZ13 Pnopr FirstClassTable Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable RatesL GRftDYlIILLe KY jt + S 1unbar Dentist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFlRIESBBUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY A Healthy family Our whole family has enjoyed good health since we began using Dr Kings New Life Pills three years a oII says LA Martlet of Rural Route 1 Guil ford Maine They cleanse and tone i the system in a gentle way that does ouoodt 25 at 1 f uIlsdr1storeit i ihi ilit i A j 3r Tc f I r u THEADAIS COUNTY NEWS t r7 ln the forest F es WfA ofFederal and State Officers In Pre venfiria Destruction of Timber Damage Wrought by Flames THE forest fires which have justI waste whole and Michigan and have extended into Wisconsin destroying many towns and making thousands of persons homeless and also the fires in the Adirondack moun tains New York have focused the attention of both federal and state for est officers on the enormous losses of forest wealth which will be checked np to the year 1908 J In the whole northern half of the United States throughout the vast territory extending from coast to coast the reported destruction by forest fires has been terrific and it is likely that the year will go down as one of the worst In the last quarter century It seems that no part of the country has 8escaped the work of the devastating flames The latest disasters in Min nesota Michigan and Wisconsin are the worst of the many that have visit ed the lake states this year Other sections have also suffered from forest fires during the spring and summer months and the people of the Pacific coast the Rocky mountain and the New England states and Canada have had a thorough and in some cases a continuous experience in fire fighting Officers in the United States forest service say that it is doubtful if this years actual losses from forest fires THE ANNUAL SPRING WOODS BURNING LONG JGEAP PINE OnililiA GA AND A MOUNTAIN FIRE NEAR PASADENA CAL TWO HOURS AFTER IT STARTED in all parts of the country will ever be known but it is certain that they will run up so high in the millions that the country will be startled when a com pilation of statistics at the end of the season makes it possible to give even the most conservative figures Suffice it to say were all the timber burned up this year in all parts of the country converted into cash it could provide for a good sized navy of first class battleships The fires have done good in one way they have focused the peoples at tentionon the seriousness of the forest fire problem practical foresters say and have started a widespread move ment in many states to check them by the adoption of rational systems of fire protection Among thinking people there has been awakened an intense interest in throwing a better protection around the forests which grow more important as a natural resource as the timber supply dwindles The government has had a lot of work in keeping fires out of the nation al forests but serious as the fires have been careful patrol and the organiza tion of a force to battle with the flames as soon as discovered have held the losses down to a point where they are utterly insignificant when one considers the fearful destruction which would have come about had there been no protection 2Although the fire menace has been serious naIl sections officers of the forest service estimate that the total cost of fighting the forest fires In the national forests for the season ex elusive of the salaries of forest officers will not be more than 30000 This sum Is small when it is remembered that it means putting downfir s in all of the national forests which now have an area of approximately 168 000000 acres The value of the timber r destroyed will not be known until the fire reports are made at the end of the Clrear but itis estimated that it will t bffTcry much greater than in previous t jrsBecause of the unusual destruc t1oI fire in all sections Progressive Stafefirewardensandfrest officers individuals and private corporations i axing large timber holdings have or ganized fij fighting forces along much rnment1nrt any casesand J way theyhave yfiyen protection to millions of acres of have been tit t1itroyedhadltbeenJeft unprotected i C f Lr 4tt t1f s F1IFOR WOMEN ONLY a wers to Be Grown Each IFruits Month by Electricity Island is to have an Adamless Eden Mme Davidoff a native of Russia but now a resident of New Yprk city is establishing an experi mental farm at ttellecrest near North port N Y which will be operated by women Men will be barred from the greenhouses where fruits and flowers are to be grown every month in the year by the aid of electricity While similar experiments have been made by this and other governments Mme Davidoff believes her experiments will prove more successful than those carried on by the bureau of plant indus try of the department of agriculture Mme Davidoff is a writer for maga zines She says the experiments will be based on the theory that the growth of vegetable matter which ceases at sundown will continue through the night if proper artificial light is sup plied to stimulate the developing pow ers of plants Fruits and flowers that are grown near New York only in the spring and summer months she believes can be cultivated during the entire year by supplying the necessary artificial heat through the electrical process that will be adopted This is not intended as a moneymaking enterprise said Mme David- off the other night Whileof course we expect the experiments to prove successful and the farm to be self supporting yet my object is to make it a philanthropic enterprise with the view of helping members of my own sex as well as to prove the scientific value pf the plan with which I have been ex perimenting for several years There is no connection between my venture and the utterances of Sir Oliver Lodge the English savant relative to thefluence of electricity on plant life The twd systems differ chiefly from the fact that all of my experiments are made under glass and under certain conditions a static machine is used in addition to dynamos Active work on the farm at Belle crest will begin she says within pne month upon the completion of the nee= essary buildings and the installation of the electrical apparatus CHURCH BUSINESS MANAGER Innovation to Be Tried by Methodists In Cleveland The Epworth Memorial Methodist church in Cleveland 0 has decided to try a new system of church management A business manager has been appointed who will give his entire time and attention to the finances of the church As executive secretary he will collect the benevolences dues of members subscriptions etc and pay all expenses He will serve as secre tary of the standing committees of the church and keep a record of their business for transmission to the offi cial board This it is expected will leave the pastor free to give attention to the larger plans of the work and to his pulpit and pastoral duties Epworth Memorial has the largest membership of all the Protestant churches in Cleveland It has an ex tensive charity work and handles over 35000 in contributions every year Dr G K Morris district superintend ent strongly commends the innova tion To my mind be says it is the ideal of church goVernment I expect to see the plan adopted in many other cities- ROUSING t NATIONAL ANTHEM University Professor Sure We Need One and Has Plan to Get It Professor William Milligan Sloane of Columbia university in New York city who is president of the National Institute of Arts arid Letters recently suggested that the institute should bend its energies to the production ofr a rousing national song that will com bine Yankee Doodle the Star Span gled Banner Marseillaise and Die Yacht am Rhein into one patriotic hymnProfessor Sloane is sure that the need of the American people for a good national anthem will soon be supplied by the institute It will be discussed fully atthe next meeting in November and it is likely that a prize will be offered for the national hymn of the future As yet the sub ject has not been taken up officially by the institute but Dr Sloane has sounded the feelings of his fellow members of the society and found that their opinions coincide with his Aeroplanes In Naval Warfare An aeroplane that can be started from the deck of a battleship that can alight upon and rise from the sea stay in the air four hours and have a speed of forty miles an hour is demanded by the navy department at Washington There is every probabIl- ity says Harpers Weekly that such a machine will be forthcoming from the Wright workshops at Dayton 0 and Wilbur Wright intends to hurry back from France in order to continue experiments with his brother for the production of an aeroplane of this character trGinger In Tea Form for Society There is no indication that society in general needs ginger Yet ginger tea is getting highly popular with women who feel tired and think they needFtoning beba tender root fresh and sweet Gin ger tea with just a7 dash of brandy is Warranted to restore the spirits of the exhausted It is recommended also as Tgopd for the digestion The tetL must not be overstronig Many women like a flavor feinn1monor of nut meg and leinoii The tea may be drunk in the morning pr sa Atonic with hinci 1l i I J4 v 1t yyi 2 opYti1 rJr r xAbsher J Quite a number of the young people of this place attended the meeting at Mt Pleasant last Sun day Mr and MrsJ W Arnold were guests of Mr and Mrs Ben Thomas Sunday f Otis Moore and Alvin Martin were at DM Moores last Sunday Miss Ollie Ingram and Mrs Mary L Copley ofiKmfley spent Sunday at Mr Delaney Robert sonsMrs W P Dillingham and daughter Miss Bertha were shopping at Knifley last Thurs day Miss Annie Robertson and her niece Eura Robertson were visiting relatives at Knifley last MondayMr D Williams of Eunice spent Saturday and Sunday with R 0 Dillingham- Mr and Mrs S H Absher of near Cray Craft were visit ing the latters sister Mrs H B Roberstson Saturday and Sunday Misses RuthWillis Fannie and Emma Triplett were visiting Mrs Ida Absher Saturday and SundayMr D Absher is in Louis ville this week The spelling at Egypt was largely attended and all who were in the contest took great interestMr Mrs J H Martin and children spent Sunday with Mr Wni H Absher and family Mr and Mrs Goe Grider of Coburg were visiting relatives in this neighborhood last Sunday f Miss Virginia E Bailey visited relatives at Watson Sunday Misses Judell and Annie Rob ertson were visiting Mrs Ida Absher Saturday Miss Sylvia Humphress is vis iting her sister of near Holmes Mrs James Roberts spent last Wednesday at Delaney Roberts sop a DirigO 1 Mary the little daughter of Mr and Mrs A D Stotts has been very sick for the past few daysMr Jane Campbell and Mrs Marion Morris visited relatives in the Chestnut Grove commu nity the first of the week The mad dog scare is very high in this community just now A dog belonging to R H Mc Kinley contracted the disease and ran away He got to Burkes vine before being killed An other dog belonging to Heron Stotts was thought to be afflicted but was killed before he leftt homeMesdames A 0 Young and Y E Hurt of Joppa were visiting relatives here last week Prof JH Holladay who teaches at Independence will give a spelling Thursday night Oct v 29th Where Bullets Flew David Parker of F e teN Y a veteran of the civil war who lost a foot at Gettysburg saysThe good Electric Bittershavedonea worth more than five hundred dollars tome I spent niucn money petering for a bad case of stomach trouble to little purpose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured me 1 now take them asa tonic and they keep me strong and well 50c at Paulls drug store I 1 if1 t fi iM Mw w rJ rO BOWES X ROADS t There is an unusual large crop ofwliat sown thiss ason- McKinleyisJames pushing his f new house to completion Brother Blake our new preacher from West Va preached two able sermons at Oak Grove last week He goes to Columbia to take charge of our work there Brother Blake is a great preacher Mrs Willis Grider and Miss Flora of Columbia were here this week on a visit and looking after there interest at their old homeBill Cook bought John Voiles farm for 700 Voils has gone to Oklahoma Martha Vails Lucy and Jim Evans all of Casey county were here on a visit a few days ago Clay Hadley and wife were visiting his v father and family last Sunday Since my last letter to the News Mrs Bill Murphy has died She had been sick a long time She leaves a father three sisters a husband and three children and a host of friends Lucy was a member of the United Brethern church died in full faith Their lost was here etermal gain Weep not loved ones she has gone where there is no more sickness but an eternal day O fIglory Husband children pair to meet you wife and moth er there in a home of pure de light where saints immortial reign G nnsey Coffey and wife of St Joseph Mot after 28 years are back here at their old home and with their many friends Mr Bal Antle and Miss Martha E Brown were married Oct 18th Thos Hadley officiated Good Luck and a long and happy life is the wish of your many friends Born to the Wife of George Blakey a boy Baby and mother doing well- Hopper Poppelwell and Rubie Baldock both of Phil were here on a business trip last week Logan Blair is building himself an up to date barn Mrs Madeline Bradley and children were here at the old home and among friends last Saturday and Sunday Old aunt Polly Rippitoe died in the Swan Pond Bottom last week She was brought hereto her old home at the Rippitoe Spring and buried in the old family grave yard She furnish ed three sons to the Union Army in 1861 and not one of them got back home alive Would Mortgage the Farm A farmer on Rural Route 2 Empire Ga WA Floyd by name says Buck lens Arnica Salve cured the two worst sores I ever saw one on my hand and one on my leg It is worth more than its weight in gold I would not be with out it if I had to mortgage the farm to get it Only 25c at Paulls drug store Coffins AjrD Caskets 11 ready for use all kinds of Coffins arid Caskets which willbe spld iat short profits Give me a gall and be convinced that it would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop t J E snow pssig Springs Col i lJit 7 S fJ t Fl1i r r fI Lumber and Land who needs Framing or Barn IAnyone or Better cannot do patI S your order with us We large stock of the above material and will sold at the saw set on the Page farm n beI Cane Valleyor at James N Naylors near Columbia I I We will sell 240acrof the James Page I land near Cane Valley 40 acres in remainder in woodland Two cultivationI Ithe and a barn The grade of This is your chance if you want Ibuill in a good community at a fair price goodI Flooring ILumber Co inc andIAgent Coburg I L NOTICE TO FARMERS Since putting in the stave I mill 1 find that I am I fQ r making more fuel than I a can use In order to util = N ize more fuel I will give Q 38 pounds of strictly first2 class Flour and 11 pounds Iofbran per bushel fork kt wheat and will continue I to do so as long as I amp getting this extra fuel I I will paythe highestJtj d market price for good WheatQa I IW R flYERS 3000H0E3E30 30Boa t 3 308E3BE3aOBDaE30CJE CXY IiI r I and am offering Bargains to the Trade j i handle everything that is kept in a General Store such aSx cloffi IIts shoee etc etc a specialty of handling ladies furnishing goods and have large stock on exhibition Millinery In connection with my store Mrs J H Payne carries a I large stock of millinery WilsonJssell Springs Ky tSuy ooooo00- c III Cut Raters PromptlyI All orders shipped the day they are received CITY HALL PHARMACY y 6th JEFFERSON ST Opposite City Half III = DRUGS =P W Quinine in oz bottles 35 cts PW Quinine in oz boxes 30 cts Peroxide Hydrogen 4 oz bottles 10 cts Peroxide Hydrrgen lIb bottles 25 cts Se dlitz PoWders 1 doz each illa box 15 cts j = RUBBER GOODS = 2 quart water bottles 79c89c 98e125 2 quart 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