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W r jf 7 J 4t trJcf t altttl1nft em VOLUME XII COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER II 1908 II A frightful runaway oc red on Jurkesville Street last Fr after noon Rev J R Crawfo ife and little daughter left their hbj for the square in a buggy Whe ear th Presbyterian church the ho became scared and started at a rap ait running over an embankmen ipsetting the buggy but fortunate he occu pants were not hurt The e pulled loose from the vehicle and le on to the square and was stopped Staples and Flowers store All th amage a wrecked buggy and a v skined places on the horse Mr S T Hughes who r ally sold his farm informed the Ne last Fri day that in all probability would remove to Columbia It is n his inten tion to permanently locate e but to remain until he decides w e he will purchase a farm or open u business of some other character Ir Huges and family are excellent ople and would be valuable acquisi is to this community Hr Lee Grissom purchas last week the residence from J Hgever in which the latter resides the Tutt addition He then exchang this piece of property for the r ence on Greensburg street owne by Mrs Sallie M Shepherd paying a difference of 8200 Mr Grissom remove to this last named dwelling s soon as he can get possession II now oc cupied by Mr June Pic ett hursdaythat greatdeal t valuable timber Mr Jas Page of this place who has a great i ly stave- in that locality left at oe with a1i number of hands and severa earns to save his property The meeting which has b n jn pro gress at Tabor for the pas m days closed Sunday There wer several conversions during its proos Rev R L Tally who did the eaching geos fro Tabor to Fre h Valley church to hold a meeting What should attract the aantion of the people of Atiair county ilhe build irg of the pike from here totie Green count gin 9 Qf course Wris al jiulst on us butSolicitors olFkckc6uId Sprrcomes ing Eld Leslie Botton will co mence a meeting at Dunnville next Say glisticFrom Dunnville he will go th Vatsons Chapel thence to Ecbank n Pulaski county I Mrs Susan Tucker who w the wife of Mr H H Tucker C ey Creek died Monday of last weel She was about HO years old and had en ax con sistentmember of the Chri iri Church since early girlhood A son of Mr C C Bott Knifley accidentally cut his foot w i an axe a verydangeronshe is now thought to be bet r Mr Frank Sinclair has so his stoc of goods and rented his st house to H B Ingram Sons for 01 year with the previlige of threeJ1h inventory will be taken the first of J lary Mrs Amanda Wallace w operated on by Dr McChord for ai ndictis at Lebanon Monday after n Word from the infirmary state that Mrs Wallace is doing nicely Beginning next Sunda the Pos office will be opened at 4 o ock in th afternoon and remain o onehalf themselvesJaccordingly RevJiRe Crawford reaching a resbyteriancqordially invited One mile of the pike om Knifley intersecting the Campbell lIe pike has 4een completed This is stretch of u five miles MtPIerg boi cordially invit Ke pyoeye on the od times promISed bye Republi s in the event of Taftlectiori Turkeys that do of wap to bcon hatterd v ketfrpmat vercdr J hisJSQuntyt jihe election imw tJut the 1stillrS f J ti Death of Mrs Lucien Moore- It will be remembered that we state hadeaccompanied Mrs Lucien Moore to Louisville the latter to be operated upon for cystic tumors Mrs Moore stood the trip to the city very nicely and Friday morning she went under the knife the physician being Dr W H Wathen who removed two tumors the operation being very successful Dr Grissom returned home Saturday night and Sunday morning the news of Mrs Moores death reached Columbia She lived about thirty hours after the operation Besides the tumors Mrs Moore was otherwise seriously afflicted and it would have been impossible for for her to have lived but a few weeks without an operation The operation was the last resort to save life The remains were embalmedand shipped to this courtty Monday morn ing and in the afternoon all that was mortal of the deceased was buried in Pleasant Hill cemetery after yell ou exercises Mrs Moore was a daughter of Edrington who died many years ago She was also a niece of Mr Gaither Bryant besides she had many other relatives in Adair county A large circle of friends attended the funeral exercises and burial every body in the deepest sympathy for the bereaved husband and motherless little children The Condition of the Pike The pike from here to Campbellsville is very rough at this time and very slow time is being made Rock has butsit was crushed too large and it will be severalmonths before it is beaten down The heavy loaded wagons shun the bed of the pike traveling over the sides which have become very dusty hence when a rain comes the route from here to Campbellsville will be overlarge rock or thrcu8ha loblolly The only way out of the difficulty would be fine crushed rock over the course We hope the management will take this matter under consideration and make an improvement in the present slow travel y A Card r vt Edtor News Will you kindly give notice through the column of your paper that on ac Hecount of my health and the burden o Churche in o umbia I withdrawmy appointment ornext Sunday in the Baptist Church indall appointmentss in the future in pefinitly The burden of colectin money the erection of our kviJ call me out of town and this n amasses me and the public if I try to keep up a regular appointment Also i want to thank the Baptist people for the kind offer of their Church rAPublic Sale On Thursday the 19th I will sell all my personal property consisting of spkan n ery household and kitchen 14 bead of cattle and some hogs Sal at my residence 2 miles from Columbia on Somerset road 12t JS NaY tor Mules and Horses Will be at Columbia Ky on Friday antd foureto years good flesh mules from four to eight years old an twelve to sixteen hands high t Will pay the highest market price- Pemberton Bro Henry Altsheler New tobacco has been on the market in Louisville for two or three weeks gentleman who was in Louisville week states that he saw hogshead of forIwas present said groundilto see if that quality of the weed would sell at any price Adair Medical Society will meet at Dr Cartwrights office Nova 12 1908 10 a m with the following progra Cholera Infantum Dr Hancoek Men ingitis Dr Holland Simpson Hemor rhoids Dr Russell f Jf W F Cartwright 0 VW T Grisspih r rR YHindman Committee 1fr1HepqrAltsheler aytob- y uY mules andhprsesr Seeahe in a 1fi n another column 4 Zsg 5 6 In tfill We learn from Mr J F Montgom ery who came into possession of the information by tradition that the Mt Gileadcountry embracing a part o Green and Adair counties once contain ed as citizens who were farmers traders etc the wealthiest men in all this section of country Many of the wealthy families who resided in this locality removed to Southern Ken- tuckY long before the war of the rebellion broke out It is not likely that any of the heads of these families are now living Mrs Amanda Wallace of Cotiurg well known in Columbia a very estimable lady left for Lebanon last Fri appendicitis1Dr few days before her departure telling her that an operation was the onl relief It is hoped by Mrs WallaceI many friends that the successful and that she win soon re cover her health Ssplace will leave here today for Hunts thne intention of coming back in about a year but says something might turn up to cause him to remain permanently in Arkansas Mr Bell bas a brother in Huntsville whom he has not seen foptwentysix years andthis trip is made principally to see and be with him for a few months The meeting at Tabor closed last progressjtaming sermons As a result of the meeting the Church was greatly r vived and there were three additions one to Taber and two added to the Co- lumbIa congregation Messrs Lest i Chapman and Mont Waggoner joined here and Mr Bryan Garnett at Tabo Woods were afire at a number of points in Adair and Taylor counties last week It is reported that fire across the river from Dulworth got to n Mr G W Redmans cornfield doing considerable damage Mr Redman lives in Campbellsville and owns a river farm It is said agreat deal ofdamage was done near Eunice and the Miller old Fields this county The old District Schcpl is billed for Thursday evening the 19th inst at die Courthouse There are about forty persons the older residents of the town who make up the school It will be thefcourt- room people wtas g Syne Supehr Crabbe State Superintendent that the school money will not be here next Sat urday taxes coming inslowly It will only be a short time until the check ar ives and when it reaches Mrs Shelton will notify the teachers through the News News announcing the burning of the business house and stock of drugs the property of Dr C M Murrell Elida New Mexico was received here a few days ago The loss is estimated at lethee origin of the fire Asbury Chapel a house erected by the Methodist people near old Tampico was dedicated last Sunday The Chap el was crowded to its utmost capacity arfSvthere were many who stood upon theoutside failing to gain enterance There was dinner on the ground suffi cient for every body Henryvilledbellsville werE married in the parlors of the Columbia Hotel last Thursday officialsthe couple left for Catapbellsville quiantt wagon persons wanting bread will call at the Isenburg corner He is also conducting a first class restaurant Fresh oysters bee stake coffee and milk served at all hours up to ten oclock at night Notwithstanding there will be forty youngiholidays It is already announced that gentlemspendChristmaS week MrJEL C Feese was awarded the contract toT build a cottage for Mr J GStrange on Burkesville street The frame is now u and the building will be completed in a few weeks Wjthllarg J 11 f r- 1 r J J I + h n A Cosmopolite agofwas wellknown in this section visite at the home of his nephew Mrl B F Chewning last week He is now eighty years old and at the age of nineteen if we are correctly informed he left this section of the State traveling almost constantly until two or three years ago when he returned to Green county and for some months he has been stopping at Greensburg He is a son of Col Robert Ball who built the first courthouse in Columbia the years being 18034 Col Robt Ball was a very ardent Baptist and when the Reform move mentwas started in this county seven ty or eighty years ago the principal mover being Uncle Johnny Steel wh left the Baptist Church and joined th Piqiples called Christians by man Mt Gilead was the hot bed of who held to that faith and debates w frequently held inthat church be tween Baptist minister and a Christ ion preacher Upon one occasion Eld Steel went to the church to preach and found the door locked and he there upon corn menced preaching from the steps leading jnto the church Col Ball was resent and when Uncle Johnny made some statements that met his di andbuttedknocking him from the steps Schoolr wiensa Graded Public School shall be esta set and West Columbia This is a question of vital interest yet it is not under stood by many of the people who will be expected to cast their vote for or against it The fact is that only a small per cent of the people are famil iar with the proposition and only a lit tIe over two week until it must be settled We suggest that a meeting held in the Courthouse at an early date for the purpose of giving information that will prepare every one for an in telligent vote The tax must be increased which is not an inviting step for many to take The location is an- otherproposition that concerns the peo the proposition is worth in ptroduction it is worthy of a full free investigation and to determi whether it shall be established or defeated ought to rest on the broadest information possible to give The Ne tenders any reasonable amount of spa for its discussion and we trust that t people will use it Official Count Of Adair County TICKETS PRECINCTS East Columbia West Columbia Militown Gradyville KellnerElroy Glenville Harmony White Oak- pel1yton Little Cake Roley CaneValley Egypt TOTAL MAJORITYf Presidential IectorsI f4 iEi 168 135 101 162 109 16g 114 63 167 79 1751 53 1874 M6 208 127 98 71 14 li3 148 86 117 84 71 110 117 64 1428 for Congress Q nQ zI w a 162 135 lQ6 173 167 180 52 EFJ 206 127 14 113 115 117 64 756 The vote for Congressman in seven precincts was not certified to hence those precincts the vote was not coun ed Mr Huffaker Prohibition can didate for Congress received 40 vot in the county the Sociolist ticket 3 and the Labor ticket The glorious rain has come xF The skating sink has Been disco n tinued Vj Thanksgiving services at the Chris tiari church at Cane Vale i tfti Theold District School A th C house Thursday e mn leey t- rrr fa n- v j- r s s l r r tt 1 I The building of the United Brethrela- church has been temporarily postponed setslThe diptheria scare is over If there is a case in the county we do not know it Columbiahas been filled with smoke from the burning forests for the last week The hunting season in this section will begin on the 16th as the 15th comes on Sunday Columbia Chapter No 7 will meet in regular convocation next Friday even ing A full attendance is desired liveone hipsyMrs T R Stults made a misstep a her home last Friday morning and fell spraining one of her wrists very badly Mr H B Ingram will remove from Knifley to this place this week He and his family will be given a hearty welcome sMr M 0 Stevenson who is a thrifty farmer living neat Columbia will please accept our thanks for some very excellent apples FOR SALE TWO bird I dogs They are good ones Apply to- Luther Chapman Kyoforba hard winter has manifested itself Th squirrels are laying up an unusually large supply of nuts There is not any likelihood of th Standard Hardwood Lumber Mill start ing soon at this place It has beex closed for many months behe fire did not reach Mr J T jes staves in the eastern of the county and he is now makin preparation to remove them myhomeFinder will return tome Mrs Jennie CoffeyI Tnchurch last Sunday forenoon and evening The ser attenwntercheForSale L have a firstclass heavy work team of horses for sale Sound and in good condition W D Kin 52 2t i Columbia K Relatives arid i ds- Feese surprised him wi dinner last Saturday heed his 64th year Ovtl persons were present ai was a magnificent affair Services at the Presb every night this week ford is an entertaining who can is requested services People livin should arrange to co- me4Perso CMr B HdSiJpip wj Mr Dave Baker here Friday Miss May Harvey is in LouisvilleMr Baker is burne Texas Mrs Geo F Stults vi- ville last week Mr W TStephens here last Friday Mr Geo H Gowdy was here Fridaya Mrs L B Hurt is j weeks in Lebanon Mr W E BradshaJ sick forseveral days MurretesMrs A K Rue fice a visit last Sato Dr Garlin Grfejf last week has re Mr Geo week or twr s rig oxide to w bIal e a tow iced Mr W G A s Okla vas here the Mr S U Wright county was here on bu day Mrs C R Payne Bi companied her husband last week Mr Tanner Ottley and Payne of Burkesville were ThursdayMrs H Pelley and sod are visiting at Liberty and Hu this week Misses Bettie and Martha H StMrs W F Jeffries and da Miss Mollie visited relatives a lastweek Mr A S Stapleton who Knifley is recovering from a of sickness Mrs R J Lyon of Can is spending a few days Lorena Pile j Mrs M Cravens is span days inrFrdnkfor tnner- W F Hancock i Miss Claud Bumgarner 1 d1J Valley was shopping in Colu ia tfi first of the week V3 Mr Tim Cravens accompanied hevisit to Frankfort Ruth the little daughter of Revj nd Mrs A R Kasey was qliitejstf sev eeral days of last week ofnRocky Hill Station visitedrelatives in Adair county last week Mr J H Graham an attorney of professionallyg Mrs Kent Marks who visited her aunt Mrs Mary T Harvey has TeA turned to her home in Springfield Drs Woodruff Flowers and Garlur Grissom will leave for the Loufsville University next Monday morning Mrs W R Myers has about recovered from a long spell of sickness She was out driving Sunday afternoon Mr Harry Goldstein of jNashvillet representing a millinery establism t has been in Columbia fora few di Mr J O Russell andjwif left Th fey morning for Cincinnati to pure additional stock of Fall and Wi i ftt ve Jy if tT tIili f i I 1 t J i z ftf 2 CF- IF i t- 1t y i 7rr If LjI f c THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS C nI- vot3 prey e21stk icting tte n in yrecincts The fol 3ns are authorized to I eting to order in their fafter which the Demo ri proceed to elect a Com lany Emmet Groode ton precinct J C Pelley XCake precinct Ben T Ifcs White Oak precinct Irvin Lncl Glenville precinct E d- ar n Harmony precinct F wis Elroy precinct R L roBeli Gradyville precinct rM Wilmore Keltner pre I Manna Kemp Milltown jict R W Shirley Cane precinct E B Atkinson precinct W AHum Vest Columbia precinct NHbiitgomery and East 4a precinct G Harris rt the above named gentle ie1 are now the Committeemen their respective precincts ex Jtin Pellyton Little Cake East t Columbia Gradyville and Egypt tin which the office of Committee= njaii Has become vacant All Democrats are requested to at 1 tend the meetings The persons ii WhQ are elected as Committee = t L men at the above mentioneddate hs 4arecalled to meet at the Court Jo e In Columbia Ky on the- lH fo1 owing Monday November 23rd at 1 oclock P M for the tit i Pilose of electing a Chairman tr a and Secretary of said Commit- teefU 1 7 GORDON MONTGOMERY l MJ V I Chairman X A Prayer ThPurgadge Gr ilflf jcivr vV f VVV iV V i I r1aackiofth t9ffu1tsdonot keep well when r preservedwith beet sugar and such sugar does not work well i the cannery lf a ADozen Dont s jf vdDdiit keep old stock nor drones it dont pay Dont let the young cockerels run with the pullets Dont forget to save ai few barrels of road dust Dont put off fixing up the you1 try houses till cold weather Dont forget to put in one or two cloth windows for fresh air Dont forget to put away some green stuff and clover for the winter months Dont put your fowls in wi ter quarters without a thorough cleaning of the floors roosts and interiorDont let the fowls waste the feeda shallow box with a slat follower will do the business Dont forget that a wire screen door is as beneficial in winter a- in g summer for the hen house Dont advertise yourself as a specialist or an expert if you have not exhibited your stock a the poultry shows Dont forget that plenty of fresh air as well as clean food and freshwater is essential to good health and prosperity Dont let the nesting material remain too long in the nests fresh straw with tobacco stem- or lice powder in the nest boxe is very attractive to biddy I JGo to Work Young man go to work There is no time to be idle now You must carve out your own way if it is ever successfully carved You must carve out your own way by energy perseverance and pluck Labor i jiQnorable and the ignoble ar fee who will not work Get iir3t Fence a field and vv ft plant it and father tthe comforts of home you have made a for energy and thrift Young lady to share with you We would jy young lady mark 1 who are lounging i mpting to live by jor on the interest iof and when they ask Ithe lot of an aimless pm one you can marry a man with y or business habits wish to sell yourself Jof pottage Again te young man go to ile ten men watch for lLmanmakes a chancet men wainfor some irn up one turns up SO while ten fail one is called a man of E Wite of fortune W is the result of i r work and toil rr id succeed go to 7 Lc l Treasury JDe at the port of yearea e ance of- ioythan eves oe- entire United ilicei 666457 4 000 1 whichcars- yii J r t Taft Dlmself 1Mr r The Presidentelect has an op portunity to make himself simA1nby being different from Theo dore Roosevelt A man of poise dignity and reserve he will b the stronger President for bein himself rather than the proxy o his predecessor The America- people are tired of shouting screeching broncobusting an vaudeville in the White House and they cast their votes for M Taft despite rather than of his attitude of a metoo candidate They will be a disappointed people if he in the Roosevelt path or under takes to give an imitation o Teddy By temperament Mr Taft i onrocking the boat He is not b nature or by practice an agitator The people evidently wer in a mood to sayiLet us alone They felt that under Mr Taf- the country would be little disturbed by drastic policies or important legislation They wanted a rest Mr Roosevelt wa the source of that feeling Mr Bryans promise of sound reform- they construed as a pledge that might prolong the disturbance- of the Roosevelt Administration And so for a rest they chos Taft Louisville Times The Youths Companion for 1909 The amount of good readii Thsthsyear is indicated by the foitowin- summary of contents for 19Q9 50 Star Articles Contributed b Men and Women of Wide Distinction in Public Life in Literature in Science in Business in Score of Professions 250 Capital Stories Includin Six Serial Stories Humorou- Stories Stories of Adventure Character Heroism- s 1000 Uptodate Notes On Cure rent Events Recent Discoveries in the World of Science and Na ture Important Matters in Poli tics and Government 2000 OneMinute Stories Ini mitable Domestic Sketches An ecdotes Bits of Humor and Se lected Miscellany The Weekly Health Article the Weekly Wo mans Article Timely Editorials etc A full Announcement of the new volume will be sent with sample copies of the paper to any address on request The new subscriber for 1909 who at once sends 175 for the new volume adding 50 sents for extra post age if he lives in Canada will re ceive free all the remaining issues for 1908 including the Double- Holiday Numbers also The Comps new Calandar for 1909 I n Grandmothers Garden lithographed in 13 colors The Youths Companion 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass I News Notes Snow fell at Roanoke Va last Friday a CCPare the able and fear less editor of the Franklin Favor ite is d adI r Charles Reed former mayor of Paducah and a gallant exCon federate soldier is dead K While practicing target shoot- inglWilJ Peitit shot and instantly killed Joml Metz near Hank fort T1- ofsl5F3ri b county suicided by drown in a well Her mind unballenced a year or body of Will Reynolds was in Tennessee near Mid Rube Bolton who is has confessed to having him Illinois and Ohio clubs at Springs Ark Were raided Sheriff and 2000 worth devices were seized burned riders burned the mer store bolonging to J C at Sherburne Bath Bloodhounds were taken body scene of Dr F W Renick disappeared from Big Stone Va was found in Powells It i s believed he met W Hutchinson death who be the war became famous by with other members of temperence and aboli songs died at Lynn Mass Green a Negro youth electrocuted in the State at Richmond Va attempted criminal assault a young white girl of Ches night county rider suits with an total of 200000 dam sought are on the dockut of court of the Western which will sit at Padu 16th day which commemo the ending of the first great strike in 1910 was observed the anthracite coal there being almost a of mining AlbPrtaHotel at Grannis burned and George Tram of Greenwood t tnat State kTrigg to death before man who watched the flames the frame structure How Much Carnigie of the Steel was for Mr Taft for Pres Carnigie gave 20000 of millions to the campaign fund Rockefeller announced he was for Mr Taft for much he gave is not made Foraker has been held the public scorn by Mr for accepting attor fees from the Standard Oil much did the Republican receive from Mr or the Standard Oil or both as a corrup Also if it was immor Senator Foraker to receive s fee from the Oil Company how it be right for the Rep b Committee to receive t t favors trail of the Standard Oil only when it leads to a or political enemy of Roosevelt of 85 men have been ar in Tennessee charged implicated in the mur Capt Quentih Rankin at Lake last week The claim to have strong tending to fix guilt upon alI of the parties arrest f D t t 14 i r t i cu l I Everything Gqranteedl II Sell all kinds of reparatory Rem = edies Per= JIfumes Toile rticles includ= Q ing Barber Supplies Stock d Poultry FoodJ I Everything is sold user A POSITIVE 8 GUARANTEE by The J R Jatkins Medical I DaI handle You can see me oithe road or at H my residence on Frazier Ay Columbia Ky Q H- fiB E Jcnes s I a 080O 3C100fff- I IT IS MONEY TO YOU IBYOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLCE See my Stock c GENERAL MERCIANDISE Pjpodaee IACaud w L SIMNS HUMBLE KENTUCKY J E Snow J C Popplewell A CAR EACH 0 J Buggies gandF- etti1itdusZeeeizted Give us a call See our Ball Bling Buggies and k get our prices on all grades befofouying elsewhere Oun usiness motto 1IQaiek Salss and Stifc Pfofifcs Snow Po1ewe11i EU firSl fER r General CQet cliandisc UJdetttakand r Goods Russell Springs J f lienfuc L JJOHNCs1ZEE4SBURCs Elifl1m l tIr Kas Enough Pi0niett Wite Fence to fence in Green and A1sin unties L 1bThe Stay wires on this attached that they canfslip on the Line Wires The Hard You PullI the fighter it Gets E 1ovG- HPou1ty1tj fieting to fence an Acre Chicken Yard on eve farm in the two counties and dontforget the 97 kind f OPall Paper ad vertised in recent issues of The News I i f f fRANK CORqORl Hi hGrade t Marble Graijte ccmeieworks I See US before 1 J you bay Trade from Adair antlr ring counties JsoUclted Main street noI Ky rltft W iI 1jAl t idJt i I 1 ww rr I y Jj T- IIr THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS llf v wwvwtpwvi l v vV ri vwviwwvr- vi JJ IIJ f i R7i J 1 HJBBUCJ BROS STREETC 1 1 LOUSV1Li k S CARPETI7iV v uurrNi nl n i The blic a selection so broad ail varied that every taste 71 w and ry purse can be thorougH satisfied Our buying Epow is effectively demonstrate by the fact that manu 71 fact rs in need of funds appesl at all times first to the I bigg and most prominent sto j WE gt1E choi t always 7j w 7n w K Visit Always Welcome Correspondence Solicited 3f v Wi JJ J V iisi 7i i j z i iniz i7i-i u K Pres J II COCKE t Pres R H DIETZMAN Sec W ryne Mill tfl Supply Co JESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 W IGt1TS frnicimisTsDEALERS EN WES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLSI ISCrfflETeeNTHMfilK LOUISVILLE 91 STACKS She on and Tank Work Ei t rI Jot o YORK SOLICITED I fAll Kinds of Machinery epaItd Jtrt 1 rs1 f I Company Southwest Garner Fifth and Market LOlrISVILLJi Oug ized under b special charter for the safe keeping of yluatilesof busieverYandness authorized to act in any partof the State as Executor Admin straM Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fit every plsi tior f trust that can be held by an irdividnal J It ccepts and executes trusts of varied character and its lair impar 9i tllid profitable management is gual t ed by its large assets its cor poi e property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great cial strength i Effin I- g i Big Lot of I tewMillet 1 I Low I easr Brown Cultivators 4 2The Empire Corn Drill Jvith cutoff l J of Milbun flagons f Buggies andnrjf Buggj arness r Also a complete line of farm Tin lements 1 v 1 Jamestown Kentucky 4- KI t r t LEE HOTELW KIM4B LE PROP IETOR 4 s GOOD MSi 100 PER DAY mGOOD 1tftttA 9M Flg= tLIVERY ED STABLE 1 l C NECTION J L SPRINGS KENTUCKY ttJl 4t r i z TLS t r I r xA i tf 1 E In Darkness To The Very End i I C The arrival of election day finds the people still in the dark con C cerning the contributors to the Republican campaign fund Jeal ously the republican managers have guarded the books Stead fastly they have refused to turn on the light All that is actually known is that Mr Carnigie of the Steel Trust gave 20000 and thst Mrs Russell Sage gave 1000 Nothing more have the leaders allowed to leak out Yet Mr Rockefeller is deeply inter ested in the success of the Re publican ticket he having said = so himself how much did he give How much did the Beef Trust giveFHow much did the Tobacco Trust give How much did the Paper Trust giveHow much did the Sugar Trust giveHow much did the Coal Trust n give IIgiveHow much did the Oil Trust give If the magnates gave individ uses Y1 how much did they give If their Trusts gave instead how much did they give Their- desire for the election of Mr- Taft has been made clear How much have they contributed to accomplish that result That is what the public would like to know That is what the public wished to know before election day so it would not have to grope in the dark and simply guess and I suspect 11tIof thfRepublican In 19noI j arerandat rdrk in the Republican par- Ity The record of the Republican party in this respect is inStrik ing contrast to that of the Demo cratic party Mr Ridder theI Democratic Treasurer has kept the Democratic pledge He has taken the public into his confi dence No darklantern methods TheveorPle everyday citizens who have no axes to grind and no interests to be protected iIn 1904 the President denied vehemently that he and the Republican machine were frying fat out of corporations but after ward it was demonstrated that at the moment he was denying the fatfrying was being done and that he was even dispatch ing E H Harriman on a collec tion trip In 1908 there are secrecy and denials the people well may wonder what subse quent developments will reveal conesruingthe 1908 fund Louis ville Times FT v The Democratic Organizatiprir in 7 Kentucky The story of the fight made by the Democrats in Kentucky reads like it came out of a story book Without a dollar the Democrats- had one of the best organizations the State ever saw They actually did not have enough money I to buy postage stamps with which to communi with the voters Therefore another plan had to be adopted In each county a campaign chairman Was appointed and t ree workers I ljIoi sn- t t Jl r r r t t 1d the county Chairman Johnson managed to scrape up enough money to buy sufficient stamps to write personally to each of these three men in every precinct In these letters he instructed each one to select three men to work with him at the polls on election day to visit personally Demo crats weak in the faith and also independent and doubtful Repub lican voters Then these twelve were instructed to see that two men in each precinct were selected to have vehicles at each rolling place to convey the blind the halt and the lame to the polls Whenever anyone of these volunteers said he would need some money for expenses Chair man Johnson communicated with the chairman and told him to see that another man was named as the Democrats had no money and anything done by any Democrat would have to be out of patriot ism and devotion to his preIcinctDemocrats had an organization of fourteen earnest enthusiastic and hardworking men spurred on only by a devotion to principles The partyI moneybspent in postage stamps in mak ing it and Chairman Johnso- says Soldiers never showed more real patriotism and fidelity to duty than the members of the Democratic State organization did yesterdayLouisville Times In The Olden Days An old lady in New Ybrlcfcele brating the fiftietha nrilversary of herd tngT grew reminis cent It was 40 years ago she said since she had her first clothes wringer and fluting machines came in about the same time People then had one da guerreotype taken and put in a frame There were no egg bet ers no carpet sweepers no faucets no sewing machines no street cars electric lights and numerous other things so com monoThe kitchen was full o tinware and notwithstanding the fact that water had to be carried it must all be kept scoured Bu one good thing of those old daysI hired girls were only dollars or at most seven dollar- per month 4 German is Sar asticI Dr Max Moller writes in the Berliner Tageblatt In America the home of the gigantic false hood a great swindle once more triumphs Then he quotes the report of the death of a wo man who remained dead only one hour and then came back to life and told what she had seen in paradise Possibly says Dr Moller the physic n who certified t- the o death of this American wo clan may be able to place some knight of the pen in this transito ry death condition and then a IIlogical sensible report may be received in this vale of tears fro the world of the hereafter Notice To Taxpayers All taxes that are unpaid on Decem ber 1 1908 are subject to the penalty and costal fixed by law You have had ample time arctdu rio tice in which to fix this and a1I raonsr bo have xb r above date onbuneed 0 1ii1 4 L ifr JA1 a liimmediate f f ofwho you are I W B Sheriffi t 2 4ih Xjf f r Studying Live Stock The class in animal husbandry at the State University has made visits this fall to several of the most progressive farms in the bluegrass regions The first visit was made to Mr Gano Johnsons horse farm at Mt Sterling An other visit was made to the farm of Gay Bros at Pisgah and the following Saturday was spent at the cattle farm of Mr Abrams Renick in Clark county The young farmer carefully examined Signet the junior champion Shorthorn bull of America and the other splendid animals owned by Mr Renick Later on a visit will be paid to the Elmendorf Shorthorn and Berkseire farms near Lexington Farmers Hom- Journal Caring For the Ram bIe beforeIlargely on the size of the flock If a strong wellgrown ram lamb runs with a flock of eight or ten proI season of service and it will not Thne same will be true of a vigorous shearling ram running with ai flock of say 12 to 20 ewes But should the number of the ewes he increased beyond the limit named then the management should be belowapproxr dIto a ic e jmrrietime access to a paddock- They should be fed good hay wI- some good green food sucllls rape or cabbage They should get in addition from one to two pounds grain per day according to the service exacted of them and an ample water supp Half the grain by bulk maj composed of bran the oth being almost any kind of but preferably oat or wtt The ewes should be ST yard say in the morns themfsingle out the ewes ir These should be shut 3 Servicetbe allowed at intervals than say two hours allowssmore than one servi same ewe nor to serve three in a day The ew be kept in till the next After the season of J over the grain ration m tram should be gradual it is usually not wM hold grain altogether df winter Ram lambs wa further development a yieldramsThomas Shaw 1 Fall Spraying It is believed by many past summer has beer which conditions have tjj favorable to the breedml Jose stale It is pred there will in manjJ thmsame time last yep cl a vigorous and t h spraying campaigp u planned for andgdK tuti San doeal ys b ith us and w i ht tveh Fake u our Itorfit httiit yin bts like way There s no doubt the fact that scales can be kept in cheeky to do ltwemust usoAivAer d mat l rch1 The used propeplied labor matterto like man quires ma- who makes abut L that is true o 9j of equal importance will be men who are fj any line of work but the not discourage energetic gent men from taking u very fascinating and if pror remunerative branch of out workColmans Rural Wbrci i Mind your Business yotueyou can and you can and wills keep oat of liver and bower trouble if ydu take Dr Kings New Life Pills l le trt biliousness malaria and jaunditeOlv your system 25c at Paulls drub The Years Crop This country is a bip the recently published c of the crops show It i Uncle Sams ledger will yield of 2565298000 bushels corn or 255000000 bushels mor than the average corn crop o the ten year t 907 ft also estir1 yield a isat rjc I 7t h od the y More r mean v V J i JI i uja liit J 0 ry i f trIt l THEADAIR COUNTY NEWS LtMjiJ i ED top iJe ed totteatereta iai dhepoe ofAdait Columbia tcaipJJiceRs seconB IIIi brtiiJ 7f 7L YYYYY r FOR COMMWEALTHtS ATTORNEY e are auttiorized to announce K L URHXir a Democratic candidate for Loom ionwklths Attorney m the Elev udj ial District composed of the ijof Green Taylor Marion and ton subject to a primary call SATURDAY DECEMBER 19 19t8 lyith pleasure that the fes its twelfth bow to and in so doing to re xlgestodo all within jrfo advance thei iuta common jterest of this section of the ate It cannot have nobler- als to thebt e been self- easure itl 1 a- entthe J a every News iiTi 1 ti- pi J r t r T Ceres rahdefforts are inter t wbyen sjfi E inseparabletliey must prosper ias one or suffer tpgeljieiri Trusting that an in teliigent progressive peojple will not under estimate the worth of- an active progressive local paper the News ti sits hat promising to give tibest servica to all the peo pl allthe time i t f Yh rsTiuy L r THE NEWS 1 Jtinay be said that the News had a hard fall in the recent po litical battle and to be frank it pleads guilty to the charge We had cherished the hope abd cqurtedrthe belief that the great common people were at heart or political reform that the power of the mightytrusts controlling every article of trade had been duly seen that the tendency of the times to centralize govern ment at Washington was plainly in view and with all these facts thoroughly known that a change in party was a certainty In the face of such conditions strengthened by organized labor and the country Wrestling with ha r times coming under lep rule we could see victory certain victory only clouded by a fear that money might over throw The cloud proved to be a veritable storm that swept nearly every thing in frontof it and we fell fell from av high pinacle and fell hard Thank God no bones are broken and in due course of timewe hope to be feev Ytgagood as the average citizen But ogardless of the our choice in tnelfation al contest there are victories of lcment to give some cheer Th act that Kentucky is back with a united Democracy to hold isa happy condition that In diana Ohio Nebraska and Min nesota elected Democratic of1w tls is also consoling Our racy is not hurt by the L its only made a little sative The battle was tty gar isiotover J James in speaking at of the Democratic J f The defeat of BryI regretted by all good r he is the greatest generation but there avors to be thankful pcratic Governors in Tebraska Ohio and and Kentucky back in j vatic column are things while Bryans fight reatest ever known tduch to overcome that ri to be almost impossi utset No other man made such a fight and jj lie is the grandest figI nation He made the the people and the da when the citizenship tedStates will lamentv E p The Democratiparty if condition now than it m years T eresulfut nis a ignited party in Better position to today ib nev t etnocratic primary in ftn judicial dscricjb ses counties of S- het SpentaY drimle held Sat day- a cMrMIL Sandford oft e guntdefeated Judge of She1b counfi for C- rat til wealthis Attoto t of art rnoca pre alli of a cowta fDining h aL county es Under thee ruses tHe use of money and whisky waso positively forbidden and any candidate detected using such inducements would forfeit theoidmination if successfulat the olIsFor Circuit Judge of j the Twelfth district Judge Chas C Marshall of Shelby ille was declared the nominee by the dis trict committee he not haying any opposition Hon Ben Johnston Democrat ic Representative in Congress from the Fourth district did not canvass for reelection but re ceived fifteen hundred more votes that were polled for him two years ago Mr Johnston was Chairman of the Democrats Campaign Committee and he re mained at headquarters in Louis ville and looked after the partys interest in the whole State He would make a very excellent Governor The Republicans had money in every county in Kentucky yet rthe Democrats carried the State thoudwhonwss Chairman of the Democratic i Campaign Committee states that he could only raise funds suffice ent to buy postage stamps and that the letters he and his asso organiI cans The Governments contention that the American Tobacco Com puny is a trust operating in the restraint of trade and in viola iron of the Sherman antitrust Saw vaS sustained in decisions handed down byJudges Lacomb Coxe Noyes in the tfnit dfStates Circuit Court at New Yor Judge Ward dissented The Indiana Legislature will be Democratic by twelve on joint ballot and will elect a Democrat to the United States Senate Republicans are still claiming some of their State ticket pulled through Chairman Jackson of the State Democratic Committee still claims Bryan has carried the State The Democratic Legislature of Indiana will undertake to send Hon John W Kern the defeat ed candidate for Vice Prisident to the United States Senate The only thing that will keep l Ir Bryan out of the Senate is that the Nebraska Legislature will be Republican Taft carried his home state by over 70000 at the same time the Democrats elected Judge Harmon to be Chief Executive of the State by 20000 plurality On these two points fairly complete figures have beer received I The cholera situation in Manila appears to be well under control as a result of the incessant cam paign carried on by the health Department The number of new Cases reported daily is now reduced to an average of two r cThe Republican papers are Claiming J1QW that Taft has been ejected that the manufacturing concerns all over the United States will stdartatoneA lit tie timed will tell the tae i ih IJ jTheilollpwing theelectoralr vote as the r turnsnoww show Taft 31B53iSeight votes of Marylana are iI doubt and it isi possible tKaJfcthey tH divided T VV 0 I Mr fi 1 i lU c Democratic t lk + c f + o candidate for Governor of Mon Lana was elected by a small majority He is a native of CumberlanScounty Ky J f r 1tf The Democrats will be Hithe majority in the Indiana LegIsla- ture which means a Democratic United States Senator from that State The election of the officers be low the Governor has not yet been settled in Indiana Both sides are claiming them 0 There is nothing the matter with Mr Harrimans stomach He recently gobbled up another railway system Mr Kehoe Democrat claims that he was elected to Congress in the Ninth district but was counted out THE RETURNS The following are the unoffi cial returns from Kentucky by Congressional Districts There are seven or eight precincts not yet reported from the Eleventh district and when they are in and the vote is counted bthey State Board the majority in the State will be about 10000D- EMOCRATIC First District v 13000 Second District t3 688 Third District 866L Fourth District J2702 Sixth District 6912 Seventh District y 6765 Eighth District v 1848 itV REPUBLICAN Fifth District r 603 Ninth District 838 17051ElinjStateJ6053 NEW YORK tliL I The Success Magazine gives the wonderful statement of the immensity of New York City It will be of interest to our readers Wall Street is considered the highestpriced property in the United States Several years ago it sold for 700 a square foot and it is assessed by the city at a little over 4 per square inch There are two banks on Man hattan Island thatare open day- and f night excepting Sundays and legal holidays Three sets of clerks and officers in these banks work eight hours each during the dayThe city contains 8000 law yers 5000 actors 3000 actresses 6000 artists 10000 musi cians 15000 stenographers 6i 900 salesmen and saleswomen 1900 farmers 1600 undertakers and 852 female barbers Every business day more than one hundred families or 500 peo pIe areadded to its population There are nearly 400000 families on the Island of Manhattan Of this number only a few more than 16000 own their homes In jibe schools are 720000 pu pHs under the tutelage of more than 12000 teachers There arej eleven colleges within the city limits with 1236 instructors and 16000 studentsmorecolleges- tudents than in any other ityJ in the world William A Clark the United State Senator from Montana whsthe costliest private house in the world It is on the corner if cifthI Avenue and Seventy seventh Street It contains 121 rooms and 20 bathrooms besidesi a Turkish bath The entire island of Manhafc l 4 l d tan was pur chased by Pete r Minuit from the Manhattan In deans for 24or its equivalent in scarlet cloth brass buttons and other trinkets 1 Today the assessable real estate is valued at 5400000 000- Thepopulation is now 4800 000oi Londons population is 500000 more but New York uj growing seven times as fast a the British metropolis and shoulc become the largest city in th world inside of ten years ThE population increases at the rati of five to one compared with the increase of the rest of the coup i tryI The cost to run tHis great city is more than that of any other I municipality There are y nearly 60000 people on the citys roll To keep the peace there are 7200 special officers ant watchmen Over 3000 men ar employed by the Fire Depart citYjWhICh year amounts to nearly 800001 000 Absher IiHealthof this communit generally good x f Little Ray son of Mr and Irs 0 G Hendrickson spent last week with his grand parents of this placeiEld M R Gabbart filled nisi regular appointment at Egyfrt the first Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs S W Absher were the pleasant guest of Mr BurtonBryant Saturday arid Sun dayMrs Ethyl Russell and child lren ars spending a few day at- Mrs Elizabeth trle1s TMrsTMaryrelatives at this place Saturday and Snnday 3r and Mrs A H Ieese vis vLrelatives in ire i county SaturdaYaud Sunday unlonHumphress phress Sunday night on their way to Columbia Mr W P Dillin ghan is sink ing a well on his premises Miss Bertha Dillinghanr was the pleasant guest of Miss Susie Kate Page of near Cane Valley Saturday night and Sunday Miss Flora Grant spent Mon day night with Arva Cave Misses Mary and Florence G were the pleasant guests of ntI dra Dillinghan last Sunday Sunday Oct 25 Mr LoYc Feese and Miss Nellie Thomai were quietly married Rev Johijt Rice officiated Immediately ter the ceremony the young con pie went tothe grooms parents Mr and Mrs A H Feese Tfof groom is an industrious younji farmer and is quite popular witij his many friends The bride a daughter of Mr and Mrs 1 1 R Thomas She too is popul with her many acquaintance- and will be greatly missed by tIp young people of this place Neiw eifJur or Mrs Feese have reaped twenty years of age e trust that their d be Iclig irfssmay Irvln s Storei Last night was the cold tsov far ica formingtalfi nth1hi Wells and springs gOlDg y1Uncle rYJefff S here caulyterday a for hjm to Buy but he took all the4ggs e1 f could get t y 4y 7 mKIc t Nancy to vote But real31e was ttTasters tItMr George onQ ourI best youn verysb and I not expected to recover Mrs Ida wifeof OthiBlair t is very 19with typhoicever We ar see MT C l Wilson out after a tong ilss I The returns from elect is are islowthe Trusts shelled out enlh ofl their millions to save to arty vhicii made and protectliem- We have heard a certa class- bf people cry hard times ake f it an excuse for not paYin their otheIkindJe and yet those same ellowjo to the polls and vote forth rtYa that produces the hard bes 1JButome when such people will giith out help or pay their bills hey v go If we had more papers Ithe Adair County News to tef the keIteaching the result we be different Long may it ead Democratic doctrineY U c Ono Thehealth of the commity O eras never better f hdngisaw togs to river is now the er of the day re- rJsee terled to his bed with pneumonia rr Messrs Pulliam Bra aw Per a lf reri da P interest of the Gulf 1fCo who did with our citizens Well Bryan is herMIt me but where is Kentcky done and gone and got hr el r deemed of the plague of 907 I turrah for Old Kentucky On Saturday Oct 31 Jars t ndtteam stpq 5 iih favor of Ono boys Some lid they couldnt play or they wold have played last half of the fch inning which beloned to Xvo Gome again boys when you hve practiced enough to playI Missionary Institute 0 IIThee following isvthe for the Missionary InstituJto be held atFrench VallerChlh i November 24th and 26th 158 Nov 24th 7 p mpreachfe r sINov 25th 9 a m De otiolJt JF Black t 93a M sronai a Dine Interpris Jzc L lI10 a mx sswri a and Heronies W F wl rrSONG SERVICl tr aPleaK- asey AR t DiNNER i I1k47Dev 1j r1t lr Sullivan J 130I m matic and- Proportionate f i Eer- Bennycuff J ft- I r n 215 p m AaYlnan g onItJfr iifall1C 10 iq Ielse a jEldY tj J- xr t SY I r JI rip J cJI riIIi il I 4rniJJl1 j i rr iJ i ifBE ADAIR COU TYNEW- SJ L ii f i1D your NII f I I sEwiN6i is of Far Greater IImportanceCheap Machine is SaysrI ygienic features of a sewing hould be regarded as being of ater importance than all other ir health should take preference thing else 10E SEWING MACHINE STANDARD ROTARY is ree from criticism by Phy J SavesIin hours on the STANDARD ARY whyIiST QUIETEST EASIEST RUNNING MAHIKE Ihe7ORIDS BEST SEWING MACHINE Its many improvements artistic desi and elegant finish will surprise and delight you See it TODAY f JDoor oscillating shuttle seeing ma wasterduringamount of family sewing on any vibrat ing or oscillating shuttle machine no matter how well or by whom made The value of 1000 hours of any home sewers time and strength is at least 250 usingTHESEWING MACHINE the Fastest QuieJM est Easiest Running and Most madeDNe ct stitches onlymachineand chainstitches on the same machine We prove our claims in every trial or demonstration THE STANDARD ROTARY will surI ijrise and delight you You are cordially invited to see this wonderful machine pur store whether you wishto buy or atI j JJJti r i Report of the Town Treasurer Reportof Jo Coffey Jr Teasure- Town of Columbia Kentucky of th amount of funds on hands belonging to said town and the amounts received and paid out upon orders of the boar of trustees from April 1st 1908 up to and including June 30th 1908 CREDITS March 31 Deficit 20 37 Apr 8 Smith Nell hauling sand and cleaning street 17 50 Apr 9 Coffey Patterson acct i in full to date for wire used intBalding fence at cemetery 15 24 Apr l5r5s rWillis servicesIas Marshal for iaonth and money paid out of his own funds for sharpening tools 40 30 10 Ed Willis for work on streetss 3 f 80 Apr 10 Charlie Birbee hauling gravel dirt and rock 10 70 11loadsApr 16 Gordon jilontgomery making settlement with F TovSmith late mar lal 3 00 Apr 18 G W Staples amount paid Crawhorn on rder of W W Bradshaw late chairman of Board I 75 Apr 18 Nathan Wagoner haul t ing 43 loads gravel 15 05 fft51APloads gravel 455 May 3 Valker Bryan 1Y ar Post 2 v atndard Tiardw d Ltlm 10I rideau r o 5f vinfr typewrit i g m 1 40 5 f cher hauling loads Wi 315- r N LW4er ha lihg 7 245as iYil1 S 63N s work 63Q y5 Kl S1ri ythe 13 loads 1 4 5 dstuhMay 1 4oin Wag ener one load 60 I I andreadin sIMluhal for month i paid outs Joft fmd1 word on pompti r lJu J A Willis services 7 halfor month of d cmey paid out J O50- iJ a 2 Simpesofy hing prolfi le Rr ades r lee o l e1flks f 50 oo I j i 1 Ii 1fj If 0 t rFc 1 I I Jf You Do Di Buy Until YOUI See f Stockfii 1 The Standard tary the best ma chine on earth our leader Pri p2500 f I We lime bther made by the Standard Comp Y which are cheap er = We have i luc d prices as follows I Favorite bx Top 20ft 1251I t Norwood DL Dead 1501 Paragons13o Top 150 Paragon Dr Head 1601p f 31hettelmachme t UELLLtC09 Ky JBurkesville jI June 2 W R Myers one table 5 00 June 2 Standard Lumber Co 1stakes c for street survey 6 40 haulinge 2 1 I f 325d90 Apr 5 check from FT Smith late Marshal on settlement 125 00 Apr 13 Huun and Coffey skat = ing rink licenses 50 00 Apr14 check Standard Oil Co licenses 10 00 May 16 Shelton Simons show licenses 5 00 PedlerSrI 10 00 Marshal 129II = 3291 J Recaptulation Debits 325 90 Credits 329 03 Amont on hands June 30 1908 313 All of which is respectfully reported as Treasurer of the town of Columbia this 30th day of June 1908 A Jo Coffey Jr Treasurer t wrslr Town of Columbia Ky t v Grad llle riBJS y0 I We have had a little ice on the creek here f f Too weather continues drfand j Ili1 tle15itcold Severalof our citizens ha 4Slaughtered their hogs ff D 7J H Grad of Milltow Fare weekI fin W L Grady was in Colum no last Monday on business lGtS5wYIw greatlyss pointed vf f rAflG ork yZS on Geo H J lls dinning room is progrfsing nicely 1 f JJ rE- r 1V1PBid al ker ofNewas al midst O PjY ls eek ted ths quIet hIS cOttf y iJ Mr D hinforme d If P l yrc 3 r your reJort j that Tim Corbin who c thT d his lsi S vn andt5fifty boref of corn MrJI VI Tarter of Columbia was Lhak gif hands with the business fen of our town last Fridy I Mss piddle Parson our eflic ent mill men reported their bluiess increasing daily andit es without saying their flourin good demand and givinJniversal satisfaction 3Au Wilmore was on th sickft a few days of last week W RL Caldwell of Mill tovjkommunity was the guest otrs C 0 Moss a day or so tat fveek Jrs W M Wilmore and her hters Misses Clara and mid visited the fami Yoi M JGrrissom at Bliss one after pn last week Rev Johnstonfilled his regular pointmen there last Sunday ith an interesting discourse The majority of our farmers claiming that the con crop this section of l the county is better thin it was last season MedsrsWill Wilson and P V eGrissokColumbia were shaking nds ith our merchants last v FridaYI W Bi Grady handed eJporter a t letter that he had just receive from Fiv Cewtony of FaY ett ft1eJN D statl1 g that hejwanpd to buy a vg acpck colt ESOinPhillipsfcf Lebanon had sold to onrCCity oA Peacock gelding fc350t tuberf i rilE STANDARD ROTARY ShuttleSewing Machine the best for general use because it will do more s work and do it better quicker and more easily than any other machine made It is the only ma twothreadIstitch perfectly on the same machine It is the fastest sewer making 175 stitches while others make 100 You can I do your sewing in onethird less time It runs decidedly easier and far more than possible with any other style shuttle It requires only two movements of the treadle to three on other machines in sewing the same length seam onethird less foot work The Ideal Standard Rotary sewing mechanism and ball bearings make it wear twice as long machinesl and universal satisfaction for 24 years it has proven its Superiority and Supremacy The Standard Rotary will surprise and delight you designand elegant finish will surely please you See it TODAY You are welcome whether you buy or not rti r one of the finest saddle horses that ever left Adair county was three very sen IIThere things happened he day of our last election towit Uncle Geo Flowers one of our oldest citizens who has been a life long Republican never was know to vote any other way only the strait ticket and was one qf the first to ca dst his vote made a mistake only voted for one Republican ejector An other was Mr W W Sexton alive long republi andeno doubt was feeling extremi ig we 11 from the outside appear ance of his parties success in this great election challenged some one for a whichtwas accepted by one Cager Jones formerly of Columbia who gave him such a fall that render ed him unconscious for several hours but with the medical skill of Dr L C Nell and the assistance of his many friends he was brought to his concionsness aft several hours treatment Th Democrats on first sight of Mr Sexton wanted to know whether he had vote or not An other was after the reports began to Icome in that Mr Bryan was d Mr Thos Garner one of the staunch Democrats of this section stepped off of Vilmore Moss platform a distance of four five feet rendering him un conscions Dr L C NelL also trsedh2s ngoijJ aJDemQcrat and his treatment was found to be good for both Iemocrats and lican bn they el etin1 Y the threes e ecptibris the day passed off quietlyy and we vlXerapcratS did the very best we old Ye feel that we discharge ed our foal gh agand fight t i and we take it our Rep did likewise As it is with now we shall expe perity and better tim general Mr Jo Moos informed t during the month 6f Se ptember he found a ladles cloak on the K Columbia road between Bliss and Columbia AnYone a scrib ins the cloak can Eetit by cMIJ ing nMr Moore Mr Lewis C bbeIvi 4 Wl in our midst a5 Thu sd lr Married onnong the- 8th at V i 1 f Lizzie- BreedingYates tot fjllilong was ijLpressivesolemnized RT l eo reedingmanner by liI tenda ts wereBreeding ateWlker and Celest Shirley r ROllin inn ird brideofcomp fished da hter of Mrs John R Tates ofs thewhileVIr and Mrs Jessee of Nell co nitY1 atpetoushioPularitY oft Lire1ere were two ontoY 5ed Immediateljufter rmony they rep ii d 0 ome of the groom Mre tiful repast wasWveds- uccess attend trough na life is the wish o- h tl any friends m pia Knifley Da- some ing C j the se j MrT John Hendrickso very sick man with fever Mr A S Sj sick with the same f JW Benedict hd sectiieplenty of water in j The Watson p been discontinue ment Mrs A C daughter Lilly Goebel spent s6 week visiting friends near Mann j Mr W JBot have his two mi- the new pike conj others are pushing completion A C Wheeler from the chickei measured 55 incH tip Roley is building therea distance c cross the head creek to top the eHOL 1OWING building I w trade but I am a jewelry line and where If you f eljliati woul t3J4y Come T are rushed a the fetter t SJ iM J u with ercewas i grave yaix Mr H R ville was it days ago Ion business i H E KinnaircH 1 at home on a visit j Mrs R R uq and Kate truIPulliam ter spent Tu btri onsblipt Rev JDoekery begin ra series of jEast Fork church t Mrs iftIvs on the cr1 n XJihss Rosa RPP I rtpmn nmbes of Y ent din1 ht and t rncanaa knt01 it- V i f d j sY r Ii Y- t J 1 F THE ADAIR COUNT1 NEWS y fte Ir Bry pal for- prosper ryan hart s of the iito1 detail fe6n spme spapers al annon with y vulgarity 1 speech refer aving made 1 rind and printers foft reduced Can of comparative Jed it was this ecturing and by attend my lee 1y books or my Speaker Can office since 1SG1 post of the time barely oQXXa I i What lies Mr- lfijnt Mr Bryan he thought him- iOo0 hiltfiaSj ate was too low iker Cannon to t in kind The Sxept by making hat people look ille an how S n fi i hide of newspapers a usually printed in bust be green benevo1e ante tie cost of a ca he cost of the Boer to stagger humanity party has never been ng its campaigns It has ad to economize and has able to spend money for purposes even if its bd to do so It is a matter ofy mat may now be told that the JCAffir James K Jones of Wfltfillchfllrrnnn of the Democratic tiou1 commIttee in 1S9G returned Its tiGr a cheek for 30OOO reacheu tr headquarters three before tlgc t1i It was too lateuse legititn ely said Chairman Jand we hno resire to use thDen1having PepublicananYWh re etWen and X10000000 1bo the Demo receivedroughlymade an active and a paigft though tbejissu TcSurse cam was thatjmalned flefen thenanIn the asury o be tlruedover to incommI teeselected Raising inpaign Funds pThroughsentimlargely confronnew en thelimitatIonj convubscritscIci to ntmocraticCeled ticiansOhio charmasidegIn sam intertLing0 camslchpU06 g fdz s Ii3AqqAl UJ Us auop aiu seacuaz nUO Iris Taq BaAt T are file newspaper sub 1 to snd ot less than 150 Demo ILmire inviting subscrip F naign fund and remit lays to headquarters nd four publications ireeminence in this 1nd ko Commoner leads fcr getter with the by Colonel R M lonal committee ie Nashville New Orleans Ten neck and neck subscriptions method of rais nr as the cam inow and then tending It Is given careful once committee as not been done I slightest degree resolution adopt of the national Convention or which rporations Not fei has thus far II f the Democratic Snowing what the g in this matter jp seems to be so ive work on their tt1 individual sub jtural inference is i going after the trusts The pres Pont and others justifiable nmittee seems to ls Tact ll by Mr Bryan in jlin6is state conven reatly pleased the Mf the amiable and for governor of dial E Stevenson 4t vviii be remem ii presidential candi in 1190 Moreover 1 is still continuing itttlofcertnin pos to make appear tlieSteveDsoA ping him forward ftt bent The first Fa09ueott Bryan la Address et ere 1Eiglit afiq tiCket was TThle Jr ar IJ1Ill nindi3 i 11ti rhls the dele a unit fiJ y d humor J i utterance ia little rterrlng 4 f ofreports ea4ot Ionlyrk for bigffc you r L fi r ct JlDfS Round Eyes 519 William Jennings Bryan William Jennings Bryan may be President the one political ambition of his William Jennings Bryan never cease to be to the mil who have followed him three campaigns to three the noblest figure 6f his nn twas not given him to COInj ceess It waJfH3 S and to live as to give new ng to the word character place before the men of iy and generation a nevIof loyalty to principle IthIr years le white light of party preju and party passion or twelve years no word or of his has escaped the scru of 80000000 of his fellow twelve years his private less than his public life has an open book and its read have more often been enimies friends twelve years he has paid full the price exacted by American people of the man seeks unselftshly to serve s titsees the ofall for which h6 icon the seeming triumph of evil against which he Politically Mr Bryan a defeated leader Yet the final count is taken and full impress of his work for dealing between man and for the rights of the op for honesty of govern is made known Mr Bryan he may not live to see it be given in full measure the honor that cpmes from done for dutys sake and al lived that the lives of others be the happier and the Mr Bryan may never wear the nor be accorded the tempor honors that wait upon the He will wear for all the title of a true and great r and be accorded always enduring tribute born of ex character and sacrifice for rsLouisvil1e Times U AND NOW FOR WORK Well anyway whether it suits or suits me one thing is cer = the country aint agoing Hell In the nature of things you ntplease a Democrat and a n atone and the same and if you should contrive please a Socialist whyI he ouldnt be a Socialist This is some country after all said and done and though we it ourselves more frequently more flauntingly than mod requires we are some peo too Etcry four years we ashsour dirty linen in public ry Sour years we attempt a chouse leanihir and some J e weachieoe Jt r Thecountry jhbw v ffiiirrtgh t L rti The Ills peculiar to vie different forms I 1 Some ladies suffer e L from dark rings round Heir eyes blotches on their skin and tire iqeling Others suffer agoJon that words can hardly express Whatever the symptOl tuber them Is one medcinithatwm go beyond mere symptoms ai- act on the cause of their tr e weakened I 8 Wi I of arduiMrs M C Austin five 1 suffered with every symptorr of female disease but wellr t I WRITE US A LETT good and evil repute wags on sl it always has done and not only theshriekingdras in both camps will wag a- in a manner tolerable if di1tionhope preferred if you believe in the Republic you must believe too that it is perfectable though short of being perfect And further let neither success tempt you to excess nor failure to feeble fretting These are better days thad they were if not for me thin for you certainly for somebody Ii that doesntj console try work Louisville Times t Awakening of the FarmerI Th farmer is becoming a keen citizen Educated more or less wisely by the cheapest maga zines hermethods and aggessions of theI Ii ark punitY with which ome capita lists break both chl and moral law jie is appareny becoming lest devoted to hispid ideal of the law and more inme d to try these new ventures l lh1J1utod We have a multituSJof indica tions of this on land The new constitutions thatsmso of U laho are ll to allow hIm widN latjo I Texas in Illinois ahajif taany other states he has h4sedanti trust laws which spdifcally exempt the farmer frog their terms In Montana Ida Vnd Utah the wool growerfcive combined to raise the piceW their wares and with cons era ble success In the South the cotton growers under thefble leadership of Mr Harvie Jorfn have held together for hip and r prices for reduced acreae 1The farmers union movemeo has reached the point of establish ing regular warehouses capital ed by farmers in which thl union man may hold his goods j drawing cash against them the bank refusing to sell at ti cheap prices which prevail at harvest and holding them un the later higher price comes on And there has grown up out of airthis a still stronger movement which has its headquarters now at Indianapolis called the equi movement intended to unite farmers of the entire nation Jn i movement for more equit living in which the chief ele ment is to secure a higher price for farm products This equity movement the American Society of Equity is its official style has developed the methcd pooling crops to the highest degree it hasy attained J L Mathews in the 0ctobertlat- ic n patched Fifteen Year For fifteen years I havelyatched the workingof Bucklens Arnica Salve and it has never failed to cur p sore I1bpia I of nlu1blc 6page Illustrated Book for Woven If you need trite for free copy Jtoday seatedplainwill be sent In Advice decal be Advisory your symptoms Dept The st Cthattanooga age and reply Medicine Co ChAttapoog1 Tenn Me41 firg t Fifth Ave ue Hotel n PIKE CAMP ELL MGR Refurrnished Redec rated and Re I modied A Firstclsas Hotel at Popu t lar Prices Convenient to WhOI f and Retail Districts Churches an dt iTheaters VENUELOUISviLLE i FIFTH 4 FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEffftND WALNUT STREETS Kentuckyo JRealfoot Lake CaSeSi g Reelfobt Lake NemoInnFeelOc 31 We know who fiM the shot and who put the roro around Rankins neckI stateIImenthis departure for Union City where a special grand jury is investigating the night rider depredations in this section which culminated recently in the murder of Capt Quentin Rankin The Governor in his statement said 1tQoP The joroof which has thus fa J v rap7Y ci guilt of some of tie men under arrest and implicates many others This will all be presented to ther court at the proper beenn taken to discover and suppress lawlessness in this region Conditions have been extremely bad the night riders going from one lawless act to another until the culmination came with the mnrder of Capt Rankin and the attempted murder of Col Taylor We knov who fired the shot and who pu the rope around Rankins neck ct The number of men actually at the killing was probably not more than ten while some sto guard others held horses The whole number engaged in the bndertakirig did not exceed thir yfive itThe inquiry will be further efosecuted and the State will Ive exact evidenceto convict s tilnorato Davis eln7tttDevityS intoTapu park AleCuiiigham of the Conf ate veteran accompanied br Maj oster himself a vetera who lore the gray and t whojs an 4eriencedcivil enginT ando sury 6 the Ds farm or that po10n which V is proposed to cover into a arkand ama 1OIlbe aetlmade y Wiwhatpt this as alasis t eortofs ingilnd ill bey prosecrit i ievyJ11 that enou more nth lturarapt elf 01sor t A t1J r t1 b r theoundswork of beautifying these begun Mr Cunningham also had several pictures made of various sections lotsofahtl buildings which it is a pro posed to buy r havepeenItaken ed will expire next April and- some definite action must be taken by that timeIIopikin h TIx 1 Short on spelling 7 andm sr WJit1 an sell 1 jwe say it regretfullyare no longer thoroughly taught in the schools of the land Young men and women who seek instruction in telegraphy stenography and goodlability and general information f are lamentably deficient in the fundamentals of the English language They especially san not spell Out of thirty or forty words in ordinary use some times 9nehalf or even two thirds are misspelled T h if7I v otvouch for from exp rience The schools no longer sve the com mon rudiments the ttention they isdgiven the higher inches before the common one have been negIlect reading Girlsand boys schoolsrshould be thoroughly drilled in reading aloud to flevelop the use of their vocal orgins not only in reading but i spelling and reciting Young ladies and young ipen you should pay more atten ioiTTo tlie com on rudiments aTimes 1 I 0 that MrqE Y would vJJ dynamited business Jt1 o believed thathe Yid l1aiY made other than a li fcour ntBut the people had ieds velt and they were afraid heirI weariness pf Roosevelt fer com pren nsible Their Nf ark Mr CI Bryan was not well groJedr Thejelectioivis emendate tmfc r pIedotwaIvela proXYLouisvllle Ti s Hj tcUse w er clean and scold working e butter Work r rYU are oet ureto ftork i W OI1 l 4lt tTrr 117 1 lryryHij A i i i C THE ADAIR qquNlY EWS i L Y odson Lewis i G nsburgKentucky NOW OFFERING A CARLOAD EACH Studebaker i Birdsellf Hilburn FI ==Wagonsj ar load o- fOliver Chilled Plows r jar load of Disc Harrows A car loadofIn andADrillsi I j displayofforASpring i 1 LIME SALT AND CEMENT J A SPECIAL LINE I Will deliver any kind of Farm to Implements at any station on the L N R RcJ wisThe KyiII i EET t f if Ii our attention to Doors e e ire enabled to carry a larger stock a better Q j r any house in i J Send your orders to Quick r r 1HUGHESJj INCORPORATED t y 6N NN1N 9 fI Ball clothes EXCLUSIVErSASH DOOR HOUSE I is what arebBy confining Sash and and sele Jh othe the Southcthe Shippers E L 215211 219 E Main St eC LOUISVILLE KY owo wv j 7i nn7r7iim f m1rn1 ril71C711C j 7 in i11r 71 I 1Cra OSTEOPATHY 71 E E w ILII CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION fREEII A jfttce I N4 s Bia Kentucky iC fr i K1 v 1 f J7 K7f7J 7s r I7ifI Ii4 ii v W l rll V1l 1111 1 t JCji Ci I 71m is iiC r7i 71fungi1r- f 71 7 i 1 I EJNlfy xeqkoQi1 Back w7r 1Jil t can get a tl 1 nyu t y pO Beagjg bfthat ashtMachin a child 14 years oW can i wash a tub of In six IA minutes nteedtod- II jn tin h work or money refunded we AT RESIDENCE CoJ l 1iJiji rte for prices on Y 1 UN WayGas e x 7i 0 1IineEngines vE 7t 7j 1Address Dept UAtIi 1Cst1s4narebclnw 1 7 Homc rrr 11LE tarket1 1r 1 ATTENTION t For a Vote on the Graded School Proposition eky Adair County SectYIOct 1908 I sent Hon Junius Hancock Judge day the petition of A G Todd hers filed at the last regular term s court came on for further hear d it appearing that said petition igned by more than the legal and tax payers residing in the sed graded common school dis and was approved by the County intendent of schools and the trus in the districts named below It is ordered that said proposed graded non school district be fixed to em 3 the same boundary as is embraced le East Columbia School District and West Columbia School Dis No 36 which is as follows viz ginning at Bud Vaughan place on Columbia and the Jamestown road including his land thence to an uding the Milt Judd place thence t including the Conover farm no ed by Scott Montgomery thence to ssell creek at the nearest point nce down same to the mouth of Sul ur Creek thence to and including the- N Murrell place thence to the outh of Dissapointment Creek thence and excluding the old Ingram farm hence to and excluding J W Hurt hence to and including the Alvin Brown ng farm thence to the mouth of But ers Branch thence down Russell Jreek 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 Smith thence to and including R Conover thence to and excluding Sylvester Bennett thence to and exclud thenctthe Bud Vaughan place the beginning It 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 whit voters in said proposed common school district upon the proposition whether e 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 uiBbikltyalnrsaid 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 common school district for the purpose of maintaining a graded common school in V isaid propOj1 common scbpoJ district fo tinn dzLriasin- gairinguitableleasing and 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 giving notice of same as required by law at the same time open electionpoll for the election saidyproposed grad common school district A copy Aiesti TR Stults Clerk t By M E Stults D C In obediereof the foregoing order I r on Novfflber 28 1908 between the rs of r f1Jtand 4 pm in the ourt hour in Columbia Ky cause the poll to = opened and an election held for purpojsfnamed in the foregoing order Wliess my hand this October 19 1908 W B Patteson Sheriff of jf Adair county r l Wis Your Digestion Mrsaiy Dowling of No 228 8th n Francisco recommends a remedylfstoniacn trouble She says tGratiP r wonderful effect of Electrifters in a case of acute indi ompts this testimonial I am ftfjlponvinced that for stomach and liyJroubles Electric Bitters is the best dy on tho market to day This Mt tonic and alterative medi cine jrorates the system purifies the b100dtISeSpeClaUy helpful in all ormfemale weakness 50c at Paul rug store f Facts In Few Lines or unions were almost un krfn in Newfoundlandup to IPetersburg used up 1 000 bottles 4of champaigne v last soilsichduce tobacco with a high per Intage of1iic tine In sand France the pro isioA of rescue apparatus Inl mines male compulsory More ran 80000 tours t rY 1rSr v r year goo see the costly laces of King Uudwig II of Bavla Prison Records show thatlore female prisoners have pre us tinhemalesThe exica1 government importing from l aemia motor isltricycles tobe tie c tion of letters 1 V The first monKof Fuddhism JIIonly became such when driven p to it in self defence It is said that leCttto having renter deal t to in on the French hpurses iiv CP taliation for the high oatieson iTl French wines in Hungary t j 4 Gold silver and lead miaes ar titexten- sivelY in the bleak distrts of Innishowen county of Dcxexal toCrvChinas 1 firWsc f forest will soon be opened at Mukden The Chinese empire has bee pointed out as the worst examPItthe among modern nations of forest destructionTheMolteno Cape Colony farmers have hit upon a nov plan for dealing with locusts A farner has imported some eagle ftscaring loc sts from the crops riverein eC nada there is a waterslide miles long for conveying pulp Pod to the railway It is capa ble of moving nearly 8000 feet of wood an hour teIlhe most complicated watch LouriS Leroy gives twentyfive differ ent indications It has two dia and the mechanism in four lay ers7 containing 975 cdifferent piecesThe ivory nut which is so much used by button manufa tuners is the fruit of species of palm which grows in Central and South America It forms a val uable crop particularly in Pana ma Columbia Ecuador and Pera x aAt a recent exhibition in Lon don there was shown a series of micro photographs pathological specimens and drawings which showed clearly that cancer i man and cancer in animals run parallel courses and that the disease is comparable in the two cases Fall Culling Culling in the poultry yard should be in progress every month of the year until the flock is as nearly uniform in quality as it is possible to be but the bulk of the culling is necessarily done in leed falland now is the time to do it Culling is necessary not only for the appearance of the hock as whole but also to make it possible to feed to best advantage If there are nndersized b ally shaped off colored birds in the flock they are just as sure to be the ones in evidence when a buy er comes wheiathe store The man who comes to look at your chickens has the same pained look when her comes upon poor specimens that the grocer has when the potatoes are turned out leaving the small antiThe British Museum has ij weer an berQen th rou hoated rile airzIi oat rt Ch R wes X R ds replting Jim 0a1is an pairing his house f L Perry else tYJohnanother Turn wRevjfc were at Goodie Blakelast1 able und y Jf r aehe an forus at the ert1 atnighlj youJoOak rove church Come again reacl ftus I Jot me lost a good horse last dayAFe had loaned it tl VbUs boys they got its leg brolre an he ad to kill it No ran ce on toJ horse BiirPnce has nted the Lizzie iMcElroy farm at Est and has move to it movedRevfrom Highw to Casey county thatoBo Atherton is a very j successfupreacher Fount Selby is building self aock barn Fount win stO4business atItiI1A I Jr last week tomas alleys Oak c is hauling logs ton theeWllv NaBk ii e market John thIS IS I hainion v HSlie Gainshas rented the wid Im Brad farm near here t eY bre here h grIp ng for three wee let lo se HCMi s Fannie Aaron o Spri gs was visiting mot er and friends la near Denmark u iscultJI trF jAgriculturemus the c llegemanl ricultural colleges a well established and ing in such dirce ways 8iat body of al touching cc never been ability and express itse these colle stations wil riculture an- n This redid itself in inq tiveness oft although thil mental effort consist as well the business or c terests of agricult radicals change in j modes of living 1 able to increase the of farming when w to apply our sf organize it as a business systems thascience itselfas knowledge of the lying good crop aj duction can make J From Prof 11 College Men l 7m the Hovl L n f anrThe but proved by a fif of grams pounds of butt Make your goldmine by so u d in- Sf t i i 1 ls i t o S t 132 W Market J Bet Ist 2d S t S VETERINARY SU- v i Special AtU- iFistulo Pollevil work done at ir IlUai fixed to take care oi jdue when work is removed from stables ONEHALF MILE FROSt lA A lj J I J IlJyJIrrr TYTh91 L + fr lj f L tLIII oJi tr r tIi I tftr HE AIR C0UNrXfNEVIS has ce agtir ex 1 C e repo decreased St 9850 award 1 this count 17 1834 wally lth ligttidat i paid over th amore raiding Japi oners at the Russian PacelctorinIc o issing one ome ofdjnamite expi at the Gadsdeurreenfleld thertnine years old iss sho t and tangeren ms jit storm which swept th ido uika Fero live s tfinall with the embezzle inkens tnMetcalf is W still confined to ri authordpres tans Clubs for the re be al Count min top r flilpDjS TIME j lMIT IS ti l RevokeEf 0withThe uestion of oc rtsof fYi A glance With etherlandsInt w It Was Q Have rycome Effective Sunday Is ust N edWidtfi twists geeAmong ThWho fo r On ReasoL or Another Alight ingTho hts WartIIrr Nehtlandsd limit revtheransshiPNTmentolCuracao Presid Castro hasfused to trevoke thx decree but Prl Netandsr cupon definite action ere has jen nt vch anxiety here of 1e but Iran Curatato wassurances re3yokedthe nmatum btiyult lie believeensuresmade ample preparations rq ny even touldan Venezu andelato was pro tiTheoffie navalerstaken wits fu WOuJdf ship Ja a week anithe battle day t sfollowinga tice The van leenskerck f whichinthe superfluous equipments would be discarded in time ol CapSnethlagef has been prompt d to rear oJbreceivedHolland and he immediate meeting of his council andCbders of the warships Are lengthy but the re Vibeenmadete of Curacao are confident iiiosjia here will soon be bf the battleships Hertogl froe the East indieandthe to vr arid the cruiser Utrecht j di 4 Bitching Willeijistai again resjdent they de report onlhtCome Untry siring been ofcnown entim naugurat at f wireT esan now be S13f Strugge v 3 o utter rIfom nast night jie nineteen heI arok Caesar t oats cut The tided that the 1a iteJ child and then ode with the same wea ands razor Mrs Minoli for er husband in which d that she loved him but S going to end her life be id not know how to be a pn dullness characterized he Chicago board of trade mild weakness was in evi grain pits KET QUQTATlbNS JCiirrejt Prices for Grain and Livestock is Grain and Livestock agon 98C No 2 =red t tn r lji Mtt Hay Clover 10 120001400 mixed Cattle35O c 6 7b 375J50= CorneNo 2 49c C Corji 9cCatstockers and I5ambs475 j yew York s 0 Hogs 4OD Lambs4j l Buffad J 03 cosI 0v l k t lOTOGRAPJH TELBS OF RAID I s Who Took Pictiird Pay Fine B e rrlpcauseofEyidej1ce urnished 4f there Is being caug ith the feathers i your coat after jen roost raid i fs being photograph hatedlni most humilIa g to four members o prominent yamilies in Stephens county is J made the pictur teemsvp The posture they assUm- ed r t at jnat time cos f 750 whe the p les Rene developed and when the ce waken through the courts Thdyoutip men are said to haye fartSrm ers e1 r a they squat ted aLnj a the wins onrot their num per togra ed the others Th PBethowparticular h tographer was the son onlulaw of e farmer who owned the melon patch The photographer not only recognize 1 his fatherinlaws melon patch out he saw the wanton roast of a particular melon which his st visit he had marked for his thhepaykMYSTERYip OldrepWa ington Estate Washington Novi Through the finding t beakpiie onof a man on the historic nub t verno estate at one time the home of George Washington Virginiamurder mystery Gate Keeper Vickers employe of the togethIera e W a calen dar in a patch of woods War the en rance to the grounds mon the cal endar the name Antonio Was written anda bullet was discovered among the banes The thetory of the police is that an Italian workman conIstrwhere the skeleton was foiiid was hot by one of his fellow root menI MYSTERIOUS MURDER FoLd Body of Traveling Salesman InI Empty Coal Car I Memphis Tenn Nov 3Thatt Jt thoseI inIsalesman of Mayfield Ky in an coal car attached to an Illinois train near here Death resulted from two bullet wounds and founjr by tlta train cressr the was still warm No weapon was found which would indicate suicide The police so far have been U able ascertain by whom the man was killed f Deadly Ac idwin Wanon New York Nov 3Whlle eX meriting with his wind wagon Dr Julian P Thomas the aeronaut met with anaccident at the Morris park xperiment grounds of the AeronauticI society which is believed The wind wagon was cuttting along a high rate of speed when Dr Thomas saw in his path a motorcycle epartIThomas was pinned to the earth under the rear portion of the apparatus and- the heavy machinery v Burned Effigy of Governor f Scottsburg Ala Nov 3Thepeo ple of Larkinsvillej a small village near this place held a meeting there nd burned Governor Comer in effigy indignation was aroused over refusal of the governor to appoint Walker McCutcheon son of the late Judge W W McCutcheon to the probate judgeship made vacant by the death of Judge McCutcheon Found Ideal Pasture Winnipeg Man Nov 3A syndi cate of Minnesota Montana and Ore gbn cattlemen have leased ten thousand acres of grazing land neat Chill co lake some distance from the head of Butte Inlet British Columbia and thousands of yearlings will be shipped In In this locality there is no snowfall and young cattle stay out the year around Suicide of Ministers Wife Cleveland 0 ov3 Mrs Roth ernberg twentyfour years old wife tif the minister of the Franklin Circle Disciple church ended her life by jumping from the Abbey streetjbridge to the railroad tracks eighty feet be isnottThe Hague Nov 3No blockade of NethPerlands government yet has benor dered nor will any definite action b taken untiL the government r the official text of President Castro lepjy to the second Dutch note She toteILIttleDropS9f V ater Galesburg nil l bY S Jule- garneyA authoS4f ittleD opsof Water and V2Ul popular poems aiid hymns 1s dead aft r a4ppg ill acasterase1N ibAit g Wz eb Nov l toni nigli lvatcTin7xn l and kilietiepis was tr ing toyair Jeras r t Y fi r 1 iI TL NEWS OF K1KY Ir Tersiey Told Informal rnng hMatters of Gllrre t II tltoKentucki i IfHere Are Found Accur aned 31the Happenings of th t Import Which Are Attr tten ttlon Thr1lgf1t Kntt Iearrivedtableherehere Tuesday and mar 1vied by the Rev jr TCh i the Methodist church They dto IIIAN IMPORTANT su piaJ LCJa All Night RI Are ResponsibleILouisville LIcircuit at Louisville prongs to =become an important factor night riding situation in Kentu land Tennessee I The plaintiff HenrYB Bennett I the i morning of the 4th of last Fe rYJ 1was set upon and terribly beatenyith clubs and thorned switches 1 he MJItime his stemmery and tobacco wic tory and other large and vain le ht1riderstime has been receiving letters thrlat enlng that he would be killed by me night riders In the suit which ohs been filed heis proceeding nt only TpresentIof his property and injury to himself m but against a large number of othei persons many of whom are counted among the most prominent and pros perous citizens of the western part oc Q the state alleging that were members of a criminal conspiracY Iknown as the Night Rider nlza tion or SUe t Brigade and that IIthey participated in the IlcountiesThe purpose of Jirin ink this suitis J thai mtwnffaxxs izaItionriders all being We responsible for the conduct and actions of the others done furtherana of the general Ob toIonce all and eI rJa o to ce then to bacco m contro the IDark Tobacco association ifltWe Uil carried to a successful conclusion Iis attorneys claim it will result ir every man of property within the uara tobacco growing se tion of the stat being mad financia y responsible for the outrages of the I ght riding oran lzation I I Sale of Thor ghbreds Lexington Ky No 3The open ing day of the dispelal sale of the itltal of 20700 A large owd of horse men is attending and Cmadian money Is particularly In evidlce The St James stable owned Irving H J Wheatcroft in Brit Columbia bought Cesarion for 3CL which was the highest price I Receiver for Troll Linb Louisville Ky Nov SlFudge Wai = Iter Evans in the federl court ap pointed Henry Glover of Aiisville re ceiver for the Louisville Eastern railway a trolley line ring from o Louisville to Lagrange Kjl distance 18 of about twentyfive mile The receiver was apponited on tition of William Love who broug suit for j 60000 allege to be due blfor con ar AnIcl10rage JBlack Hero Saves Child ife 1thof a carriage to run over k and probably injuring him for 11 Efforts are being made to get a 4negie I jmedal for the negro 1 Serious Runaway Accident fighte e owden his mo er aers lugs W Va were wn a fie e in a runaway near Winchester al all were seriously injured Shave as usacondition and may J prominent 1 t are feV i The McCfrathlana Sale j 171safarm ended with 300 horses r SOOQO utGrnearly the St damew stableXicto ij about fiftp and W 4ithem alitinhla J z rrj Preh IjrnberantI1aflctt 1ITi Anyone who nee1iFr mg v terns Commons or Btter cannot do teri athalarge stock of the above material and vfee earsoldCatinnearColumbia I We will sell 240 acres of the James Jge land CultlYapnnthe remainder in woodland Two small temt houses and a barn The grade of land is gptf T od1SlandIJagood community ata fair price WJf P1Qthi1thiirLumber I 3y JA WHITNEY Agent Cob rg Ky I Ji = s NOTICE TO FARM j i rltQ Since putting in thesta fj tr + it Amill I find that I aC K t W t making more fuel than I v s t 34 can use In order to utri = i ize more fuel I will give j v 38 pounds of strictly first= J rIQ fr class Flour and 11 poundsy i IJL of bran per bigsel for t ijt 4 vheatal1d wiir continue f J Q 2to do so as IOd as I amf t getting this extra Duel f V 3H wfffrt ayifteft y t f market price for good WheatrL i 1 IJ i W R flYBRS I 34 3C 1308E38Gga see eesa saeeeese sroa 1 eoe re r Ba gains Bargains l LHavia Large Stock of Genflterdmnths anif am offering Bargains fo the Trade Io tII- ItI handle every thing that is kept in a Ge l Store such as cloth Img boots space etc etc t I make 4 specialty of handling ladies fiirmshing gpcdsy lini5fhaV I nowa large stock bn exhibition v f In connection wit1mystore Mrsj JiHvP c yne cames large stock otmillinery l rfr i IF Mrs Ermln eWI Un IJliff Russell Sjj ijnjsKyi I ee eeee eoseeseeJe ey s 3 o f r1f1 s i ese see rSeasonAGoocfe at Jqttomril fI f t- Pisos Cough Syrup 19cts Bells Pine Tar Honey lOcta Dr Boshees German Cou h Syrup 19cta Dr Drakes Croup Syrup 29ctsr White Pine Tar Cou Strnp 25cts Honey Horehound W d Cherry Syrup 7 25cts Kings New Discovery 4283cts Jaynes Expectorant 42 s 83cts Brcmo iaxative Quiie Tablets19cts nl1t Cascara Quini abletSj1idii QujKiey Laxative QtTablets 15cts Weeks BreakaCoa Jets k19cts esQuinineSulph I I t Scpt8Enii on 1 r a 83et- Yampoks s Wic Cod five Oil VIIlo1 s g1t- MOzomnlsio Stearns Win od 83cts t Hydrohne r k I4laltiise comliin pon Tromer fnlt r cAm u4n 83cts i 83ctsPaer e seer rP sit3 a i tBottldsp 5cts 1rR fl 0 I I