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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t c L I 0Y I t cf fIi j r- I 4 II t btl ODnft eb1it i i f i t VOLUME XIIp COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 1909 NUMBER 11 prQe marriage of Miss Rubie Davis the young lady who assisted the Misses- t Eubank last season to Mr Lyne Ar nette of Nicholasville was not a sur prise to the friends of the young lady here as Mr Arnett visited her several times at this pla eand it leaked out that they were engaged The ceremo ny tookplace in Louisville on the 7th inst The couple are now at the home of the groom in Jessamine county The bride has many friends in ColumbiaH who will be glad to know wedded to the gentleman of her choice The Supervisors of this county aftera being in session eleven days completed their work last Friday A number of property holers were summoned to apapear before them but only a few lists in the county were raised and there were several lowered One of thei board informed the News that the taxa ble property as listed by the Assessort was raised a very small per cent Ind his opinion he thought the farmers ofb thecounty generally had given in fairo liststThe opening of circuit court brought 1 many people from all sections to Cow lumbia Monday Trading in muless hprses etc was lively during the day and many changed hands The merchants and other business men wereon the hustle througout the day The I candidates for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney and for the county offices were not idle They were shaking hands from early in the fore noon until late in the afternoonb Sisat Campbellsville Large congrega tions attend the services and there have been many additions to the Church Rev Davis has been evange lizing for several years He is a man Iwho speaks to the point If the kettle I fis black he gives you the color In I other words if you do not want to ben told of your sins keep away from Pat Davis In Mr W L Walkers advertisementt last week two errors were made The ad stated that 12i pounds of good green coffee for 100 also 12J pounds of good roasted coffee for same price It should have stated good green or good roasted coffee at 12 cents per pound Read his advertisement now and get- the correct prices he is offering the readers of The News or any body else In behalf of myself and family 1 de sire to return my most grateful thanks to all those who so kindly visited my home during the long illness of my father Friends are those who sur round the sick room and administer to the wants of the afflicted The kindness manifested upon this occasion will never be forgotten by me nor my wife and daughter S H Mitchell j DrJ H Grady who is one of Adair sSGrady ville for the purpose of practicing his profession For the present the Doctor and his wife will board at the residence of Mr Strong Hill There is a telephone in the home Dr Gradys skill is wellknown to the people throughout that neighborhood hence heneeds no word commendation from us Mr J O Russell and Mr E G Shaw have come to an agreement as to the amount of money the latter is to re ceive on a contract for erecting the two I brick business houses for the former J Mr Russell is at work on the plans and specifications which will be com pleted in a few days and handed to Mr Shaw for his signature Rev J R Crawford preached very entertaining sermon last Sunday fore noOnhis subject being Missions He made it very plain that we should give and give liberally to the support of I Missionaries who are laboring in foreign fields At the evening services he dis coursed on the Book of Acts making a splendid talk Mr T J Coffey who lives in the suburbs of town caught a possum last Thursday morning that weighed twenty pounds Mr Coffey says that after it was cleaned it looked like a good sized shoat He says that it was the fattest Jjfud the largest one he ever saw 7 The are now about 350 pupils at the LindsyWilson A number of new rones entered last Monday There are accommodations for all who will come i and teachers sufficient to give each pupil due attention This will be the mot prosperous year in the history off tneinstitution T t Mackin and Phillips of Lebanon 1 bought seven head of mules in Colum prlc7fof f to the wife of F T Smith bn f he1th a 12pound son tf f 1 x j li p 41 if r l V tr i i f l IttfSI END OF A LONG LIFE Mrs Ann Eubank One of Colum bias Oldest Residents Ca1mrn ly and Peacefully Meets Deathto AD BEEN DECLINING SEVERAL WEEKS Early last Thursday morning Janu ry 14 1909 the subject of this writing in the presence of her children and grandchildren peacefully slept her lif6 way She was perhaps one of the best known women in Adair county j thnShe was a lady of strong native in- ellect and for many years before the eath of her husband Mr R C Eu ank she kept a boardinghouse and ften furnished accommodations to travelers and in that way she became largely acquainted throughout this see tion ot the State All who associated ith her were fond 9f her company as he was a very pleasant and agreeable conversationalist quick at repartee and her sayings will be quoted here for years She was devoted to her children who have lost a good mother the best friend they ever had The deceased was quite an old lady somwhere in seventy Her health cOrn menced to decline about two years ago ut she was able to go about her home until a few weeks before her death he had a weak heart and was afflicted ith Other complications incident to- ldo age vEarlyher faith in Christ united with the Baptist Church and lived a consistent Christian until the final dissolution The deceased was a daughter of Dr James Dudley and was born and reared ear Columbia When quite a young girl on March 10 1854 she was married to Mr R C Eubank and came to Columbia taking up her residence in he dwelling where she lived continuously until her death The surviving members of the family are Messrs J G and S F Eubank Mrs J H Judd Mrs L W Bennett Mrs W T Price and Miss Julia Eu bank and to them and the grandchildren The News extends its profoundest sympathy Your mother can not come to you but you can go to her Strive to enter through the straight gate which ever stands ajar for those who walk in the fear and admonition of the Lord The funeral services were held at the Baptist Church Friday afternoon at 2 o clock conductedby RevA R Kasey of the Methodist church There were a large number of relatives and friends present At the close of the services theremains were conveyed to the CIty cemetery and there deposited by the- ide of the departed husband There were manybeautiful flowers Judge 1 G Winfrey Seriously III Judge J G Winfrey who was reared and educated in this place and who has been practicing law in Evansville Ind for a number of years is serious ly afflicted and has been in a sanitarium in Cincinnati for several months A dispatch from Evansville to the Louis ville Times published a few days ago stated that he was growing weaker and that there were no hopes for his re covery His uncle has been advised of his condition for several weeks and he is hoping as well as other relatives in Columbia and a great many friends that there will be a change for the better A dispatch from Cincinnati appeared in Fridays Courier Journal stating that Judge Winfrey had been operated on and that he was much better and that the indications pointed to his early recovery A Liberal Giver i Mr J S Stapp one of the most liberal givers to educational institu tions in this part of the country presented a Baptist school in Texas one of the best job presses that is made Several months ago while in Texas he met the managers of the institution and after hearing them his heart was opened up to thegreat posibilities it could accomplish He decided then and there to give it aid and the presentation of the press worth 25000 last week was made The school will publish a journal and the printing plant will be known as the J S Stapp Printing Corn pany Other contributions in cash fay Mr43tapp had been previously made VKiiiij in Clinton County c Circuit1court was in session af Albany last week and the sheriff had great difficulty in getting witnesses to go before the grand juryv 4 nierchant x x t named Conner doing business a fewj miles from Albany refused to obey a summons citing him to appear before the body and an attachment was issued for him and placed in the hands of the Sheriff a man named Ham os a nephew of Wm Hammons who lives at Fairplay Adair county r Hammons went to Conners store ld him he had an attachment for him Conner informed him that he would not obey it and a fight ensued Ham mons received a mortal wound dying the next day and Conner was also seriously shot by the officer and it was reportedhere Saturday that he would die For Better Worshipth Rev J Russell Crawford pastor of e Presbyterian church gave notice on st Sunday that the official board of the church had decided that hereafter the hout for the morning worship should be 1030 oclock This change will nodoubt prove helpful in many ways and specially accommodate the out of town worshippers many of- whoJHattend this church It also obviates a too long intermission between Sunday school and church services The superb new hymnals Church Hymns and Tunes have been received and will be christened by the congre gatipn on next Sunday By the introduction of the new hymnal with the Psalter the order of service for the regular worship is to be greatly enrich ed The church is also to inaugurate the Weekly Envelope system for its offerings Thenewsysteniwill be fully explained at a congregational meeting to be held on next Sabbath at the close of the regular morning seraice Circuit Court The January term of the Adiar Cir cuit Court opened Monday morning and by ten oclock the square was full of people Judge H C Baker convened court at 1030 and by the noon hour the grand jury had received its instructions and in the afternoon it opened business in the same old room and commenced re ceiving callers The following gentlemen compose the JSH B Ingram foreman Frank Dar nell J R Cummins J M Corbin I C Breeding D M Moore Frank Burton Peter T Powell Jo A Young A Hunn E H Melson J M Ferryman PETIT JTJRY F P Dohoney Curtis Yaberry J D Absher J T Barbee Jr Adolphus Wheeler J A Darnell John R John son W H Russell John Arnold W F Staples AB McGaha W S Sin clair Horace Massie G L Rosen baum Geo E Powell John Cf Cal houn J L McLean Valentine Bryant Roe Clem Burton J S Hovious Willis jIutchison R A Waggen r H T Robinson Seriously Hurt A few days ago Mrs N M1 Hancock tbfasheephad gone to the lot leading to the barn A flock of sheep was in the lot and a large buck seeing Mrs Hancock made at her Realizing her danger she made for the big gate and climbed upon itThebuck clime on butted the gate off its hinges and Mrs Hancock was thrown across a sill hurting her severe ly She was carried into the house and was attended by her husband Dr Han cock Wednesday night her condition was critical but at this time she is rapidly recovering Result of Democratic Primary The Democrats of Taylor county held their primary to nominate county can didates last Saturday The following are the successful contestants County JudgeEN T ckeriCircuit Court ClerkWeI Meader County ClerkS E KerrICounty AttrneyJ Superintendent P Peterson JailerJohn Peterson Coroner Jesse Arvin SurveyqrrT C Faulkner Ass ssorGharls Ramsey Attention fc t All persons owing me notes and accounts are requested to call and settle at once I need the money due me apd I trust that this notice will be heeded The outstanding business of 1908 miist be settled y W L Walker The crowd ip l town 4bnd y was un ulsiially smallkfortle first day ol iij circuit court The attention of oUr r drsj cir d to the ad fWFJ sS si in tliis issued c i1 4g t Si ij t 1 ALVIN7BROWNINGIT A WeII Known Citizen Who Lived Two Miles From Columbia Found Dead Last Monday morning Mr Alvin Browning orie of Adair countys best citizens who lived on the pike two miles from Columbia left his residence to go to his farm work apparently in good health He did not return at the noon hour and later search was instituted for him he was found at the Spring near e old home site about five hundred yards from the present residence dead The alarm was given and Dr Russell soon arrived The body was warm and the doctor pronounced death due to heart trouble An inquest will be held today and the verdict will be in accordance to the aboye facts v The deceased was a firstclass citi zen He was about 55 years oldand was never married He lived with his widowed sister Mrs Curd and he washer sole protector His death brought great sorrow to his relatives and many friends The interment will be in the family burying ground and a large throng of people will be present Peace to his memory v To The Public As I have not announced as a candidate for Circuit Judge and have not approached single man nor written a lwaystreatedMr a loss to understand the animus of his announcements of his candidacy for the t fiheThe Circuit Judge must not only know the law but he must be able and willing to do things I know that new life and vigor can be put into your courts that your laws can be given force and power to do things that with a proper administration of the law your society can be wonderfully improved to the benefit of all If elected CircuitS udge this I xpect to do In the second he says The influence o J fudgemoved men until he got men that could do things Dont you thinkyou need a change aErgoIlows I suppose vu As each of these thrusts is believed to be aimed at me and is only suscepti ble of that construction I do not deem it my duty to pass them by unnoticed especially as they are wholly unprovok Myfecord is before the public and potthirikitfive years I have missed but one court that due to sickness in my family Over thirty cases of homicide have been tried before me aside from other busi ness with convictions in about two thirds of them Not one criminal case has been reversed Fewer appeals have been taken from this district than from any other in the state with as small a per centage of reversals The dockets have been kept un der control and the business promptly disposed of seldom requiring allof a term While I am disinclined to make an other race and have uniformly so told my friends yet if my administration Judge is tobe an issue that of Mr ttorneY11willconduct of the criminal and penal busi ness of the district receiving the office I am told under a pledge that he would let juries fix penalties instead of doing so himself by compromises How far and in what manner these pledges were kept and how he did things rthe records will show Ifanygreatre artII have not heard bf itcI wouldmodestly suggest if it is his warIover look his own armor v It HC Baker I ry In Memory of Hugh A Mitchell itjs good for the living that a true jhist6ry of the dead be told The safe j ty of our common county in times of- ipepce and its very salvation in time s rests w ththegrea mass of the plain every day citizens who pay their taxas in times of peace and make good soldiers in times of war The security and perpeturity of church laAd statehas fdrtheiianchorS cdnscience and the virtues of the plain unassuming citi lzen who irfvlif perjformsVweil his parfc l lJt11t t i t1 tjffT f Ii p rff Ft t nd manfully idbes hisbe telifeiof jtfst such a citizen has lately ended In bur midst His was a type somewhat uncommon for its excellence I refer to Mr Hugh A Mitchell who died at the home of his ton Mr S H t dhAeightyeight years ago and spent his resiIdentwhen I first had the pleasuse of his ac quaintance 29 years ago I was then a mere boy and he was then turning into the sere and yelFow leafanc1 was nearly sixty years of age I then learned to know him well and have known him intimately since He- adh in the active years of his life been avery active farmer and trader but the troubles of the Civil War and the years immediately foliowing had to a large extent deprived him of the fruits of the labors of his more active years He resided at Knob Lick until six or seven years ago he came to spend the remaining years of his life with his son in this county On account of the feebleness incident to old age he did not become widely ac quainted here He bore the long and pianful sufferings preceding his death with great fortitude and met his death with the same courage that was char acteristic of him in his long life and never at any time lost that courtesy and urbanity which distinguished him when well and active He was one of the most courteous men I ever knew His heart was generally kind and generous His home was always open and his hospitality was limited only by his means of extending it Personally he was courageous and would never Suffer the weak to be imposed upon by the strong He was strong in and true and steadfast to his convictions The papers errored in no tices of his death as to his church af thelChristianone of the fewin this community who knew him well to testify that in his death a good arid true man went to his rewardiRollin Hurt The Rev L T Reeves of Louisville preached two interesting sermons at he Baptist Church in this city last unday it is highly probable that he will accept the pastorate of the church here and later on the churches hereto ore under the same pastorate Mr is a young man and is attending the seminary hv Louisville He has a clear forceful delivery well educated nd impresses his hearers as a most man He was reared in Alabama where the Baptist faith has never wavered and we take it that be is there fore a true Baptist as well as a polish ed gentleman and earnest Christian The old hunter W H Russell of CoDurg called to see us Monday He has one of the finest pointers in all this country Mr Russell killed pne hun dred and eleven birds this past season He never lost a crippled bird When one was winged and would fill his dog would bring it tohim This dog is well trained When Mr Russell is out squir rel hunting the canine will go round a tree the same as a person The tobacco of Adair county is rapid ly being shipped to market It is a daily sight to see four and five wagons loaded with from two to four hogs heads pass throught the square en route to Louisville There are several firms in the county prizing and ship ping It is said that the quality of last years crop is much better than the one the year before J The Republican candidates for Cir ciut Judge Messrs Aaron Carter and Miller did not speak Monday Mr Aaron was taken with sick headache early in the forenoon and could not beat the Courthouse andfor that reason the othei candidates declined to make addresses The Columbia Steam Laundry will be removed to Mr Rasners property on- Bomar Heights A new building is now IsbefoieWork will not be received until the new building is completed Messrs G Eubank G W Staples TG Davidson and Claud Montgomery are doing special revenue work and are located at different points between Lebanon and Louisville Mrs J D Tocl celebrated her sixty first birthday lat FrIday A sumptuous dinner was spread and quit a numb r of relatives and friends were present to enjoy the feast k I 1 Yfp R Kasey gwas before his cong gatloP withaiixcelInt sermon last Sunday fo nonIIE did not preach at night on account of the ilness of his wife I d Frank Waggener sold S MBurdett pf Lebanon a pair ofmulfor 280 s I x I f1t = uS PERSONAL l L- 5 t tL a Mr W R Lyon was here Wednes ay Mrs J P Hutchison is on the sick list Miss Hattie Bradshaw is visiting at Burnside Mrs Nannie Flowers was quite side the first of the week Mr Perry Humble of Tompkinsr ville was here Monday Efa Z T Williams has been on thicks list for sveral days Miss Hallie Rogers of Green county is visiting Miss Myrtle Myers Mrs L L Eubank spent a day or two of last week in Louisville shopping Mr NM Nutt has been a sufferer for several daysa severe pain in his side Miss Laura Rosenbaum left last Friday to visit a few weeks at Cripple tCreekMessrs Leonard andLawson Wilson of Russell Springs were here the first of the week Mr W L McDonald a wellknown traveling salesman was here the first of the week IMrs A R Kasey was taken very ill afternoon but she is better at this writing Mrs Rollin Browning who has been quite sick for several weeks is report ed some better Mr Sam Mackey and Mr J WrPhillips were here Monday looking for horses and mules Miss Hattie Lewis who visited in Louisville several weeks returned home a few lays ago i anddaughter t sick the first of the week 1Messrs Lilburn Phelps and R E of the Jamestown bar are attending court here J Mr Fred Myers and wife who have been visiting in Oklahoma returned home last Saturday night Little Miss Carrie D Montgomery visited her grandparents Mr and Mrs G J Hurt at Joppa last week Mr H R Kimbler of Texas former Russellcounty citizen was here Mon day en route to his old homo Mrs Margaret Tucker and Miss Katie Murrell returned from a visit to rela tives in Louisville Thursday night i Messrs N H W Aron J C Carter and George Miller candidates for Circuit Judge in this district are here MrW B Page and wife and Mr and Mrs Ed Hancock Cane Valley 4 called at the News office Saturday Mr George Cundiff and Miss Mattie Combest of Dunnville are visiting Dr N M Hancpck and family at Cane Valley1 Mr ArA Huddleston States Attor ney whois a candidate for reelection is here looking after the conduct of evil doers Mr Jas Coates editor of the Blue and White the LindseyWilson College paper returned from his home in Tennr essee last Sunday nightoMrs Myrtie Ford and two children who have been visiting relatives in Adair county left for their home in Kansas last Saturday morning Mrs J S Read Nashville who visited her parents Judge Geo Herrii ford and wife here returned to her C t home the first of the week Mriv John Lee Walker left for Louisa ville this morning He has a considerable quanitity of tobacco on the market which he expects to sell this week Mr James B Kinnaird and Mr Harry Kinnaird of Red Lick and Edx monton respectively are pupils attends Us ing the LindseyWilsonfor the winter Mrs Simeon Murrrell was taken very ill last saturday night and for a short time was alarming 7 At this writing she has about recover ed 5k John Harris who has been confined to his room with pneumonia for the o last few weeks is rapidly regaining good health and will soon be really fort t school II s Mr HT Baker Master Cominisr v sioner who has been confined to his room for seven of eight weeks came l cOWflin town M pday and remairiedv a v jbOlt time Miss Pearl Breeding entered tnej Lin saY Wi1 o last Mbnd y Miss J V Pearl js one ofthet countys most popular t and efficient teachrs put shefheves tin keeping bright and in vanc i t7l q j f ff1 2 tS tT 2 f 1qV3A i1 iT t i t 4 tIt T1T4T T T f t t i J 2i 2 I I t I l THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Kt J l f r 7 The County ugh School 1 A great many people seem to t be laboring under a mistake abOut the County High School as to who can andwho cannot se l cure the benefits of it Under the provisions of the act crating the County High School no 4cityor school district which man I tains and supports a graded 1public school can have the benefits of the County High School be cause such districts and cities I are exempt from the County S c h o o 1 tax In the case of Hardin county Elizabetbtown J having a High School of its own t mantairied by a local tax of thirty cents on the hundred Sollars cannot become the beneficiary of the County High Schopl located in the County Seat as provided bylaw neither can Vine Grove West Point Sonora and Upton where graded schools are mat tained by local taxation All of these places mentioned are ex empt frdm the County School tax The High School was not established fer the benefit of the County Seat because as a rule they have High Schools mantain ed at their own expense and are prohibited from sharing in the benefits of the County High f School unless there is a consoli dation of the schools where the i county and city divide the ex pense mantainance E Town News f Stanley a Receptive Candidate t Congressman A 0 Stanley will be a receptive candidatefor gubernaIb1ional nomination He will ac j cept the nomination and make a hot canvass if he is the hoice of c the convention without a scram ble This information does not ome from him in the way of an announcement of his candidacy f but he is being importuned on all sides to make the race and at statement that he would accept the nomination he thinks is not out of place although it is over two years before the nomination r will be made- Congressman Stanley while in i jthiscity on his way to Washing ton to attend to his congressional tduties met a number of friends and was asked pointedly if he was going to be a candidate for the namination for governor on Jthe Democratic ticket Mts too long off to say posi tively replied Mr Stanley but I am being askedto make the race by the farmers and fbuinessmen in every section of the state The farmers seem to 4 appreciate the efforts I have 5made to secure fair legislation for them and of course if I am given the xnominati0nV J will r make the race and I feel cbhfi i dent of winning the race j 4When asked what he thought 4i would be the principal issues of the next gubernatorial campaign in this state Mr Stanley Vre t 1it jplied r 1 Lthink it willbe Gfov Will sons administration It will be tf wKetheivthe people of Kentucky IiD are to be governed by the militia or by1 the civil auttidHties andi whether Or not they will emit 4 3f this extravegance v i n military I e rul Its most top early yto talk 1 about issuesjiowever for there ij iio telling that the present ad v ministration vill dtJthe4 I q LJ1 xt three 3ars 1 Mi Stanel3said he wasuie- r l t I j LithatDmQcl atm candiateforit- tr it i tf ftf IVif 2 f ftsIe g viJi t ot Wv c t ir r t 1 t t1t JtrIi iij p ty f I 5L f vtcr lJ t iJi t t1i l 1J 11 i Vjc i its 3i It i21 11 t l tt t j Governor would win as the party 1 in the Stat is united now as it has never been before Frankfort Journal i iAt iM llowtollelp- Conditions J 7 in any community depend largely upon the actions of the individuals living therein says the Shelby Record Each and everyone of us can contribute a big share to the betterment of conditions if we will only db so Let us let loose of whatever money we may have on hand paying every bill that is present ed as long as our money lasts We marked a dollar bill one time and paid it to a creditor afterwards keeping track of that one dollar for three days In the course of that time it had paid eighteen dollars worth of debts We lost track of it then but it has doubtless been in circulation ever since and has probably been handled by hundreds of people since we heard of it It is hoarding up the money that makes hard and dull timei The millions that the miser hides away do no good It is the working dollar that cQunts and it is remarkable the number of debts that can be paid and the amount of good that can be accomplished if there is simply a loosening up You pay me- T pay it to some one I owe he paysyou and you can then pay somebody else andsoon If you are unable to pay off a debt entirely pay part of it Your creditor will feel more kindly towards you and it help him to maintian his credit with those whom he owes If you owe the merchants or the printeror any body else and have the money on hand pay your debt If the money is kept in circulation it will eventually be paid back to j you by some one who owes v you or come to you in increased val ues of what you have to sell for good times means good prices for every thing Let loose preach it and practice it and ap preciable results will surely foT low s nsIr It tikes a big heart to guide little folks o He who sears hasfj v reatest foe within He is the greatest who gives most of himself to men r r f Tact is simply taking pains to keep in touchswith people Most men have charity enough t9 cover their own sins Paying the price of purity is i the best prayer for paradise The touch of tears is often the closest cement of heartsj N6 man ascends to Heaven bri whom Heaven has not descended NV Following your appetite is turning your back on ypur ambitions V The best legacyiaty man can leavehis children is willingness to WOrK v- r There are lots of people trying- to light fthe world by painting their lanterns Afe IK pcb rcoaLapa grt where fowlsrcan have access to ilat all times Cliarcoaljis a great health Prompter and regulatoy of the foi4s ijiole system They must have plenty of sharp grit if yoU want to getvalltheief is out dfthje irainyo 1e lrMs econ 6my t6 provide gritw t v ii lt1 4 T j u i J r J jFv lJ tt frt i to t it l t4 i 1Jtt- t t f J 1iVtw + r t l e2 ij Z i t1 i l iw L N Time Card In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTHBOUND TRAIN LvLoujsvzLLE Ai LEBANON No 27 700 amI 942- amNo23815 am 1004 am No 79 505pm 740- pmNo21800 pm v 1000 pin No 937 tfj30 pm 900 pin NO TH BOUND TRAIN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE No 24it 548am v 750- amNo78V752am 1015 am No 28f 430 pm 655pm JJo 22 628 m 8J5pm No 92 v j32 am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 neundayraniily- Pneumonia in Poultry All physicians who sprite on diseases of fowls distinguish be tweeri roup or croup arid diphtheria pneumonia etc Roup effects eyes and nostrils Diph theria or canker is more in the throat and causes gaspiiirather than sneezing In pneumonia the breathing is very rapidand noisy and the lungs fill There is little cure even for human beings with the best atttention Keek up the Birds strength with bread and milk boiled eggs meat broth for drinketcbe cause they do not usually lose their appetites Isolate the sick as all these diseases are contagi ous Burn the dead A little powdered sulphur may be mixed with food It is both arelaxer and germicide A liver pill or a small teaspoonful of castor oil to each fowl will unclog the sys tern With a hairpin or tooth pick clean matter out of throat and nostrils Blow through a quill a little powder borax of alum or copperas into affected throats and parts One half teaspoon aconite in each quart of drinking water is good If the birds can be kept in a warm place vaseline can be applied to isIand medicines both are strong Varied food good houses and regular care are preventives and after ajl easier Mrs Tils n i Conscience Fund of I State is Growing i Frankfort Ky Jan 5Audi tor Frank P Janies is becoming a real hero in the eyes of the other members of the State ad ministration here for each t day adds to his fame as watchdog of the Treasury f A hasty re capitulation of his activities in the direction of County and Cir cuit Clerks during the p ast months discloses the fact that many thousands of dollars have found their way into the coffers of the Commonwealth which perhaps otherwise would have been lost or greatly delayed in tr nsitThe Auditors man each day is loaded with communications from the clerks some of an4ittablish a conscience fund in the Auditor department OnlyyesterdayMrJ am s rer c ived through the mail money and checks mounting to 512 This amount represents contri butions to the State of money I that has been heldOUt iy officials for years In one letter w s94 in currency s tby a former clerk who had been out of office for four years Het explained inthe letter that he had been informed by a friend that tfiere was a discrepancy iiOis- accpuntsamountingto that much and he hoped that Mr James would accept the mbney and ap ply itto the proper account withoit civuging the gliders Iname w V Jjy ivU 1tclltmIghtlnJureme Inm c i S ff l 1 jf V ISt I ii J SiiiLrsfl J r fr ftl if r 7 i present business he wrote He also asked Mr James to inform him if there Was a penalty attached tbf the delay in sending the money so that if there was he couldmake good immediately Tile discrepancy wrote the clerk was due purely to an oversight and he never had any intention of robbing the State Other letters contained respectively checks for 200 180 and 36 for fees which the clerks had neglected to turn over to the State Auditor This is hut a small amount of the money which the Auditor has received from delinquent clerks alf over Kentucky in advance of the inspection f of their offices which he hasrequested the State Inspec tor to undertake beinning theT first of the year I Lack of Manners While it is true shamefully true that the average American boy andgirl are sadly lacking in manners it is notoriously true that there are men and women in the same boat Of course they were brought up without manners therefore riot born and reared to the manner of polite societynot polite society so called but really polite and well refined The fact of the matter is that those who have shot up into the social world like mushrooms without either social culture or refined sense are the boorishest of boors and the most offensive fortheir offending is made all the more distasteful because of their selfimportance Do our numerous womens clubs ever discuss illmanners as a social defect They can find no better subject for discussion nor a more inviting field for labor Culture is something that can not be outlived nor worn out nor even forgotten if once well grounded in the life ot the boy and girl and it is one of the best legacies that carL be left them What to Read If you have the blues read i the twenty sevent Psalm jf your pocketbook is empty read the thirtyseventh Psalm If you are losing confidence in man read the th rte ntli chapter of First Corinthians If people seem unkind read the fifteenth chapter of St John If you are discouraged about your work read the onehundred and twentysixth Psalmv jf you find the world growing small and yourself great read the nineteenth Psalm If you caiiiiot have your wa1 in everything keep silent and- re d the third chapter of St James v if you are out ofsortsfread the twelfth chapter 6fBiebrews Slip whidh are being fattened require more nitrbgeiious ra tin than other animals the nu tritive ratio varying from l55 to 1 A54n what may be termed tile twdf fattening periods They fatten more rapidly when shorn of their wool more especially in Warm w ather lowing td the more Restful condition in wniclir they may be I ep i and i nt rrteV prbHuctioir 6 wbpl 4an tha- tsstO evnecessary is tp keep itfiSnitnifevif gQ9 condition ofi thrift Jto lS155tf f r rfIV J IJf51j ir 11- 1IIjfJ bv Jlf fi ii f JtJ dtj iT II tiliI I kA tR i J 1 L i Marrowbone II Mr A R Butler who has been in poor health is some bet ter at this writing Bufbrd Jones house caught on fire Friday morning The neigh bors soon extinguished the flames A defective flue was the- cause of the fire Mr and Mrs Ray Hurt spent the day last Sunday at Mrl FS Weaver at this place Miss Edith Weaver was the guest of Miss Mary Bell Richard son of Waterview last week Mr George Young visited A R Butler a few days ago Lester Weaver visited Davis Work Butler a few days ago Mrs GR Davis visited her mother Mrs James Skinner ofWaterview several day s ago Miss Carrie Taylor of this place entered school at Colum bialasitweek W Mr F S Weaver and family lef t last week for Abalene Texas We regret very much to lose Mr Weavers family They came hererfrom the same place last May Mr Carlos Norris of Renox was here on business last week Mr J B Harvey visited on Big Creek last week I JON fii HOBS0H I l r GtiENS13VkG 1HJTUCI Y j1as Eipough PionieittU1itte FeneJl to fence in Green and Adair counties I 1 The Stay wires on this fence are so Jattached that they cant slip on the Line Wires The Harder You Pull ithe Tighter it Gets p l i k ettoUG tI J t t2 0i J Pou1tty getting t to fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the twor counties and dont forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper ad j vertised in recent issues of The News I + + + + + rSX2XSXsSXSXaSX8XSaX2 l Bargains Bargains I Have a Large Stock of General II and am offering Bargains to MerchandiseI I handle every thing that is kept in a General Store suctias cloth 1 ing boots shoee etc etc II niake specialty of handling ladies furnishing goods arid have now a large stock on exhibition Millinery In connection with my store Mrs J H Payne carries a 2I large stock of millinery iv 7 Mrs Ermine Wilson v Russell Springs Ky 1 N iIfRANK CORCORAN i iMrbiianite t r iCemterT g ofvall kini See US before you- i5uyJtV Trade from Adairand adjoining counties Y solicited J fit Main Street Lebanon KY J H EI TISMONEYTO YQUIF voU BUY AT t J TIIERIGHTPLACI3See 5 q j tL ONERALMEICHAND1SEtt i iJd r Sl L a1 aPtroduce Wanted c J J lly w LSEN1MONS S f JJI t 1 MUMBIE- KINTUCKY- sio t I f k i i cSc f j ii 4 Ii E Z f5 4 r 4 f otLo i tJ 7i t1t r 1f 1 t 1 i l i lt 2i tr t rJ ritl I Jl XIL VV I l 1l v I 7I 7Kiii 7K f7l 7i 7I1 7it7I i1 71 HUBBUCH BROS IX 524526 528WEST MARKET STREET 3fE y fil M LODISVILLFS i v CARPET AND RUG ST0RE t 7i t Offers V 71 fE Thepublic a selection so broad and varied that very taste and every purse can be thoroughly satisfied Our buying power is effectively demonstrated by the fact that manu 1IE facturers inn ed oj funds appeal at all times first to the IE biggest and most prominent store WE get the best and choicest always 1 Is Visitors Always Welcome Correspondence Solicited V 11 v v 1 J Z 1 Ai7ii7i I ii iIiA ji 7ii IX 7ii 1 AI UGBARDW KPres J H COCKE Prcs R fl DIETZNAH Sec WT Pyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 fJlIlilfW IGfiTS 1 a I IfllSTs DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MltLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 TfflKTeeNTftMftlN LOUISUILLe SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron Work r lank I 4 I JOBBING WORK SOLICITED I All Kinds of MaC in Y kCP lrd J I r The Louisville Trust 1 Company 1fifthLOUISVILLE ibrganized under J specialcharter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a general rust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin strator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill very pr si tion of trust that can be held by an individual V J I Ita depts and execute trusts of varied character andits fair impart tial anti profitable management guaranteed by its laige assets its cor porate property itsmagnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength J ik MB LIZ HorgLlJ W KIMBLE PROPRIETOR f GOOD ROOMS 700 PER DAY GOOD BEDS SAMPLE ROOM FREE v fJ L f YAND F DABLE IN C iJ rJ NtYY W RUSSELL SP NGS KENTUCKY t Fifth Avenue Hotel I pIKE CAMPBELL MGR r x 1 C W Refurnishea Redecorated and Re f rt t 1 tmQd led AF Stcla8s Hote at Pop I lar Prices Conv nie t to Whol s l W 1 nd Reta 11 DIstrIcts Chwches j and l i v JT The ters t VflFTH AVENtlE0 LOUISVILEIIZ Oi F FIFT AVENII B QRE N ALNUTife J II i i t i uise t Kentucky t fr f YYYIIl1 i4IP r 1 2 fl 5 rl f4t S i L I h1wjjlr lt It 1i t etSI tl fY lr t ir i1lX 7 2r Io ItSo t i j c- j r L y J i i7 1 THE ADATR GOUNTTST NEWS r I i CHIVU SAVING CONFAB Rqosevefc Galls One atj White House Next Month i FOR CARE OF YOUNGSTERS Will DisciisiT Plans For Those Who Are Destitute and Neglected but Net Delinquent Men IntereEted Jri Char ity Work to Attend Propos ionto- Be Considered President Roosevelt will calla con ference of dbout a hundred persons from different parts of the country 7who are interested in caring for dependent children to I1eeti the east room of thpWhite House oh 3an 25 at 230 in the afternoon The conference has been called at the suggestion of seyeral persons in terested in the work who joined in a letter to the president requesting him to can it Homer Folks secretary 6f the New York State Charities Aid as sociation heads the list of signers The president in response to the re quests nt out the following invita tiont Sir1 have fecelyed a letter of which 1 ea copy together with a statemen personswhbis suggested for consideration and action If the conference which the letter sug gests be held I am confident that you will be impressed with the very great im portance of the subjefit touched on in this letter and the desirability that there theIi not delinquent Personally I very earnestly believe t the best way in which to care for atI pendent childrenjis in the family home II tts many orphan asylums have been discontinued and thousands of the children who formerly have gone to the orphan asylum are now kept in pri vate homes either on board with ment from public or private tr asurl payI in adopted homes provided bV the gen osity of foster parents Many rIbodies have within the last ten years ganized effective child placing agencies I am accordingly inviting a number of men and women a list of which I will an noun e to a conference to be held in Washington Jan 25 and 26 The confer ence will open bykiny receiving the members at the White House Tan 25 at 23C p m Can you attend IWill you please communicate with Mr Tames E West 1343 Cliftdn street N Washington Sincerely yours- THEODORE ROOSEVELT The letter addressed to the president on which he issued the call says Destitute children certainly deserve as much consideration and help as those llnquencyenforceand become objects of its care But only responsibilitytorprotection are left in many localities to the fidelity of voluntary agencies without re quiring proper standards of method or efllciency and without definite responsi bility to the state or community Unfortunately there has not been as frequent interchange of ideas andexperl asYlunthose who work for These dependent delinquentsIIn different e1were92561 children In addition to these there were probably some 50000 dependent chil dren In family homes upder supervision In many states however little or no child saving work is done and in many stated the organizations are greatly handicapped by lack of appreciation of Adequate financial support ndI It fs of the highest importance to the welfare of this vast number of future citizens that all child saving work shall be conducted on a high plane of effi ciency that in the placing of children in families the utmost qare shall be taken to exclude all undesirable applicants that every precaution shall be taken in the subsequent supervision of the children to prevent neglebt overwork Insufficient ed ucation or inadequate moral and religious training and that institutions shall be so carried on as tp secure the best physical mental moral and religious training of each individual child and to fit it for ad tive and creditable citizenship The problem of the dependent child is aculCf It ip large It is nation l We beV lieve it is worthy of national considera tion WJB earnestly hope therefore that you will cO operate with iis in an effort to get this problem before the American people Among ti propositionstci bgcOn sidered by th conference are thefpl lowing Should tnere be established in one of the federal departments a national childrens bureau v Should the stat inspect th work of all child caring1 agencies including both institutions ana home finding cieties Should the break ng of a home be permitted for reasons of poverty or only for reasons of inefficiency or im morality I iV Shouia the state educational author ities exercise supervision over the1 edii cational workv of orplian asylums and kindred institUtions Would it be helpful and desirable f some permanent comcflittee or organi aztion comparableto the National As sociation For the Study and pre Mention of Tjiberoulosis the national child labor committee etc could be establisjhed lot the purpose of carryT ing on an active pr9pag nda with a view of securing b t rawin relar tion to children better organizations of chjld cafiijg agencies bettermeth ods of relief Vand aid to iiy children throughout the Utiited States t J Statuof Daniel Boone A jbron e statu of Daniel iBopne to be e ct din the coiirthouse r ht CP1tJ b Mo will be about eight feet In height It will represent the pioneer in the gjarb of the flintier with buckskin rAinlent ndan old cap iS t tUI In ha df jonr alert lor thetmanllolcf daingera 6f th teiiderness It Tfill be moJnted qn ye t ewn P of BoOne cpjIIi 11 jtoneJo t r ift t cf ji ij tf f 1itc l 1i L Jcfr1Y r CAN TALK WITH MONKEYS Professor Garner Spends Three Years In the African Jungles Professor Richard Lynch Garner of the University of Chicago who has been in the jungles of Africa for three years in an effort to master the lan guage of monkeys andtvho occupies a steel edge there to protect his life from the more vicious animals wiir in ac cordance with a letter written to his sister Mrs A S1 Welsh at Bristol Va return to this country next spring having practically cogitated his siudy of the monkey language The latest triumph of his novel pursuit is the preparation by him of a lexicon of the monkey language By1 means of this lexicon it is calculated that any apt student of languages may readily acquire a knowledge of the lan guage of monkeys Following ares pies of the words in that unique lexi can together with the definition of each Qhui Want Ourh Where are you 1 Cunh Here WIKhliuLookAouhou Stampede J r tKhiiuhbu Retreat Chuh Hark what Prom his youth Professor Garner was devoted to animals and in child hpod was wont to imitate birds in their forest songs IJe gamed the idea early m life that all animals have a lan guage as complete so far as its pur poses are concerned as any of the Ian guages used by human beings BOOK DEDICATED TO A CAT Mistress of Prize Winner Tells of Pets Wonderful Smartness A 200 page book dedicated to the memory of a dead cat has been pub lished by Mrs Laura W Greene of Berwyn Ill a prominent clubwoman and vice president of the American Cat Fanciers association says a Chi cago dispatch The cat whdse fame IsTthus perpetu ated is the late Tom Wiltoughby Greene tlreeyears old black orange eyed and four times winner of the blue ribbon at the annual cat show in Chicago Tom Willoughby was entered for the show to be held next January but contracted a severe case of pneu monia and pass d to cat heaven The book is a volume of tories about cats and kittens including sev eral of whiclrT W Greene was hero Tom had his own bed with sheetS pillow and quilts He tucked himself in carefully eacfh night At the side of his bed an alarm clock was set for 8 v a m When it xgiig Tom got up went to the hired gjrls room arid aroused her gently tapping her face with the tip of his tail j ELECTRICITY TO DISPEL FOG London to Try to Get Rid of Its Light Destroyer Electrical discharges to rid the Brit ish isles of fogs is the proposition of Su Oliver Lodge a scientist whose name commands respect for any plan in natures domain he might express willingness to father says a London cable dispatch The West cil has provided ground lnstercoupj venor canal where to be made under public auspices tit a cost of 10000 The plan involves the discharge of electricity at a light voltage from a series of disks placed on the tops of Insulated poles Precipitation of mois ture follows and the fog laden at mosphere is cleared The idea1 is said to have been sug gested by noting improvement in Lon don atmospheric conditions sin e the modern introduction and growth of eie tr cal industry RAREST OF SONG BIRDS gather EUmrnelen to Erect Imriiense Aviary In California A novel idea is befngevolved for the stocking of Iniperial valley California with the rarest of song birds Ifvttie scheme is carried to perfection Braw ley will Have an aviary wl chmaYJc come one dr the curiosities4of southpru California The Rev H Eummejen Gathojic prlcist for the iparish of Iui perial Valley proposes to place at Brawleyv an immense1 aviary which shall inclose With wire netting an rtr a of tr saId shrubs Within this1 he proposeS to place and female birds of all climes including meadow larks nightingales thrushes and fa m liar songsters of the United States As the birds propagate it Is the ur ppse of Father Eummelen to Ifurntfiern 9ut in th Ppen For Experimental lyiarriages In the courSe of a recerit sqsslprii of- the Cpngress of Russian Wdmen Imev Arabashina proposed that theepngress should qxerJt itself in Jaorof the es tablisnment of experimental hlar fiagesl iperpetiial marrjages she de claredwere bften immoral and soine iimes the cause of the graVest in jus tice deceit and sin i dreat Eel Skinnepi Isaac Lockwood a jgtratford C tin fisherman rtrrVirv c aims fTirv 4lilo ff an1 io eelskinnerof the prJ4r has announced his refiremenY vith a fortune pCels sixty years old and has been in pursuit of the elis v eeliCfor just fifty years He has caught abouf BOOtKXfandT skinned em all f j TX Gold S6verigni F6f Canada The first gbl4 soverefgna ev rinade inOaiijidK were recentiy tiicae ouifc at rOY inqtQ tt QIlt Tpey 1re m defrQmg ld rlill t Laider k nd mu tp tmat Py t11iI l j- i Ii t J Ji tt iT1 fi 1 li tl FJfJrJu rfb 1 rvit t Ii li j T lJ1i From avWoman5 Viewpoint f r The girl whp appropriates a mans jpye is liable tp penal ser vitude forlife Fortunately the most impos ing family trees have their roots well out of sight A woman gives her heart bill once magnanimous man fe more liberal I Before marriage a man asks but ior on6 litte word after wards fie gets a plenty without asking The longer a man studies the curves of a decanter the longer he is apt to imitate them on his hbnieward journey l Many a HfaithfJIli dog has died at his post after greedily eating the burglars poisoned mea the big gamble is not so much in the jackpot but whether wifey will believe thstpry you will bring home True Ip v e will run smooth while the track is welT greased with gold Queer Alcohol takes the temper but of steel but puts it into man A woinans love is as the en during rock a mans like the wave Mcti kisses each rock in succe sin The Vtrue rating of many a vaunted social position is covered by ah interrogation point A maii can love and love again and forget he ever loved at alL Many a pleasure like a mans pipe is solace to him though a nuisance to Pothers u ti r JHogwallow Ncvs v FromHogwall6w Kentuckian Some persons are never missed till thqyfget back- TobeMosely has traded fora chair tatqwill do nothing this winter but sit around Never try to get even with a cat by killing it Frisby Hancock attended the debate at Wild Onion Saturday night and while standing too i1pantsr Wereit not for gates everybody would have to climb tIre fence i More bridges have been order ed putt across Gander creek atv different places We cannot see the necessity for any m pre bridges unless they are for the ilsh to get under when it rains Some bridal couples need lots of presents Frisby Hancpck went out to day after hickprynuts He took a bIg dawg along to tree them Boys are only gifown men s drunk 2 7 A tombstone is one of the best frjendsyoull have twflrstick UR for you till therlast TobeMpseley ysit takes more thana deep sno4w ta coyer upi your past Yani Sims takers greater pride with his mule since liefell 1t- l vei V Ageisjthe eatestm ntam er 4 SiricexEllick Hieillwanger fcrbke up housekeeping he is so urisetj tied in Kis ways of liyinjg iie has not even selected any particular place to part his haiir Itis riot the tirairi that makesr the mpst ripise that gefe5there 1t i 7 f Pbf pi alliwils bQrf hi f tI t s 9i i ib 4t t f j iJIt iltM1 r vc jl I Ipyjtf k1 i1r tryr r i t ij tr1r Jt ft n S5 fW r I turned out school at dinner C V Not many people would steal i the things that most tempt were kept put of their reach Burglars have quit hidingun l der bedsshceeveryhodY has t thexWereMud is with us aIr the year round Mn the summer it travels in the guise of dust White gloves are always put0 of season with she coal handler Miss Flutie Belcher is expect ing a letter from her Best fellow r tomorrow and she will wear her new h t when she goes to the postpffiee Miss Fruzie Allsbp has broken her engagement to wed Richard Henstep It is rumored that she was only marrying Richard for his money but he spent it Satur day night and Madam Rumor announces that Miss Fruzie has backed out Richard was so disappointed he had a chill c1 Flem i JMllard who has been trying to go with Amnesia Flin ders so long that he has wpre out two pairs of shoes has suc cumbed1 to her desire and turned his matr motlial desire to andth I er direction r Poke Eazly is making Kis geese some new yokes and hopes to have them done by next Sun day as there will be a baptising I at the pond on that day tWashington Hocks thermome ter got ont of fix this week rind registered ninety degrees below J zero As a consequence Wash and his family are threatened with pneumonia f v Alfalfa has feeding prop ties much similar to thosof clover but it should be cut when coming V into bloom and much care is v r necessary when curing it to pre vent shedding of the leaves iln addition to its high feeding val ueafcis also prized for its per maiiency when once established on suitable soils and for the num bervof crops obtained from it The color of the egg shell is V no index to the flavoivnutriment or other qualities of the egg it self according to Government experiments This does not mean that all fresh eggs taste alike or are equally nutritious These qualities are determined by the feed and conditions under which the fowls live The age of the shell has also somfe thing to do with the case v i Suras Djspepsia TriaFls Fr e I It isa popular mistake that only weajthy people who eat rich and highlyspiced foods sufiFe from jdys pepsia or as it is also knpvn7 gestion The taboret in the strqet the worker in aJsbfindshm self a victini of this cll or4er Among the Very greatest sufferers are 4 women Dyspepsia is indicated by a constants feeling of laziness by los of appetite and troubled sleep by spur stomach and dis tress after eating by bag complexion and lustdrless eyes There is no surer and speedier cure for this trouble than Dr Caldwells Pepsin which dyspeptics haye been using successfully for twenty rsTbis great herb laxative compound cured Cap t Clark of Buffajo la of dYSp psl and sour J stomach t4athe had had for forty ydars of until lucky day that he heard of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It cured Joel of ry Ala after suffering continuously for sixteen months These areJonlya few of the many Put Itifi not expensive to ba cured with this graid remedy as it can le bought at lany 1 drug store in a 50cent or1 bottle pur ar probably Ule 0 long tfsers of Dr CaldweHs Syrup Pepsin biitif you want to know without expeilse what it wll do for you personally send your name to Dr Caldwell and he wur be glad to send ydu a free trial bottle He is actually anxious to have you make a test of h s remedy TIiO usan tis oriam11ies vefYWhe heep it tn the house gainst fJu h an emer gen y as constipa t1onso r 1n t digestion biliousness dyspepsia heart f 4 burn torpid liver etc whicb may qme J ton amember of the anYdaY iia pleasant to thd tasteact gently ind It is the grfedt childrena laxatiypjtomc It there Isyny0jing bOut ourall that you don tI understand tt you W t Y m adJ i i rJl t he o tr d he 11 1i anwer7ou ThK i tfizi9 JlIirg tort ri i oTeJ otu8 a p r CaJdweUHO W Dyr tkelJrDJIt J ttJ tJIt1 t fJo Jtrt i th 1 t t r t ifo i 4s rt t l J f 1 f 1 tI r I c c 1cc j THE ADA1R COUNTY NEWS IO=o =o =o ==0110 9Jf Q 0 OEi1 A Few Piies Injanuaiw Stimulators orCash Only I U o Misses and Childrens Cloaks to close at Cut Prices U 118 pounds Granulated 0 Sugar i 0 15 pergallonCoal 3 pounds Soda r 3 cakes full pound cakes 0LongTom Soap j 3 cakes Whita Washer J 0 Soap 0 3 cages RulxNoMore t nGQa j Green Coffee IIPer Pound I0015c 5c JOc5c lac- 12c 0Mens and G hiidrens Underwear at Cost bOl cO or 9h dnit Yonntl1 ftJettt t Published Every Wednesday BY TOE Adair County News Company r INCORPORATED CHAS s HARRIS EOITOR 4i MDemocraticl tJf the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacentcounties Eatered at the Columbia Poatoffice as second ui mail matter P f WED YYYYY7CYYYYYY7CY 23 1909 I ftNNOUNCeMeNlS I YY7C S tFORWe are authorized to announce that N H W Aaron of Casey is candidate for Circuit Judfc e inrthis th 29th Judicial district subject to the action of the Republican party eFORthatMxCircuiCourtsubject to the action of the Republican party CIRCUIT COURT CLERK vl We are authorized to announce that V WIT Price is a candidate for Circuit S Court Clerk of Adair county subject to partyhr r CIRCUIT COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce Fre McLean a candidate for the office of I subjest1 party tI FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY PSinYtheo the office of County Attorney subject to the action of the Republican partyr FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT thatMrsfor reelection totqe office of County lactionr SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce thaty forSuperintendent theRepublicani FOR SHERIFF jWeare authorized to announce that7 Geo T Flowers Jr is candidateSheriff of Adair County subject to t action of the Republican party J P FOR ASSESSOR t Jj We are authorized fco announce that v sectioisnr actionjf IS i zt GOUTY CLERK OF RUSSELL 1 1 i tWe areauthorized vvuuyiAUcr t at Attiaj McFarland is ac idatefor r 2 C of R slllcounty anrigfe xl f 5ttc r Trl h f f v r 1 t Lj r y V I rJIi 1br w CIjw 0 1 Good Roasted Coffee Per vPoundr All at Dress Gingham worth 10ci r Dress Goods Suitings formerly lOc Out Ing Mens Wool Sox pair eDress Goods in good plain 4 wool former price 18eyd Tl2k1 4c5cytlj 27c 5Cncydll ladies iO county tyCOurtCrerl In this issue of the News can be found the announcement of Mr J C Carter who is a candi date for the office o f Circuit Court Judge in this the Twenty ninth district subject to the ac tionof the Republican party Mr Carter is a citizen of Tompkins ville and was born and reared in onroe county He is 45 Years of age and has been actively en gaged in the practice of law fQr thirteen years He is an old line Republican and since he reached his majority has been active in the politics of his State district and county He is a man of honor and as a lawyer stands high at his local bar and in other courts where he prac ices When quite a young man he was elected School Superin fillingesuch a satisfactory manner that his party re 1Hewastposition for the second term without opposition but his constantly growing law prac lngrlholdIng now United States Commissioner laying received the appointment from Judge Walter Evans Mr gentledman who has at all times stood thnuniversal oppinion of those w i know him best that he would make a most excellent Circuit Judge He is now going over the district hoping to see all th Republicans in the six counties before the day isiixedfpr mak ing a nomination He asks tha histlawyer and as a gentleman be investigated feeling that afte a thorough knowledge of his standing reaches the uninformed in counties where he is not candldacgY will meet with favor Under the proper caption i bhee seen is a candidate for the office of CI cuit Court f Clerk pf Adair county subject to the action of theRe AublicariP artY Mr McLean was born and reared in Columbia ds a gentlemanf firie business a taihmentl JcQurtebu alike rI eyery i bpdyv strictly hoiies poIsitioIlhof his chtr cteiistijxbereforej t1 i1 Mt rTr H 0y J Iw i Tf c 1 I J Mens Overcoats to close at Gut Prices One lot Mens Linen Collars each Mens 100 Shirts now Mens 50c Shirts now Mens Long Nightshirts now Mens 1250 Suits to close at U t Mens 10 Suits to close at Mens 9 Suits to close at Mens 8 Suits to close at Mens 650 Suits to close at 5e 72c38c 38c 950 8 759 650 j 5 Mens Odd Pants at Gut Prices to Close lla A T he is wellknown throughout the county For pearlY two years he has been deputy circuit court clerk under the present incumjn bent That he has looked after the affairs of the in stJ jeveryaijfairsthe better qualified to become the chief clerk There can bec no question about his RepubM canism but this is the first time I he was ever before oihis choice for an office his ex treme modesty having kept him from asking favors His father Col J T E McLean an old liner was known as a Government claim agent to every man woman and child in Adair coun ty during his life time and the political principles he espoused he instilled into the hearts of his sons all four of whom have ever been loyal Mr McLean asks favorablyconsidered r he be nominated and elected fe that he will not betray the trust imposed in him The announcement of Mr G retelectionto the office of Bounty Attorney for Adair county sub j to the action of the Repub issueetheopeople of this county but it gives us pleasure to state that he is- integ a gentleman of the strictest faceehonest upright and faithful in the walks of life For over dischargedt mostLpainstaking manner always at watchfulrover the interests of the county His term of office so far has not facedany great legal battles but has been smooth and pleas ant That his experience and familiarity with the duties of the forna second term that he will honest ly and faithfully attend the re arn active and persistent fight for the election of his associates on the ticket if given the nomina = ton and that he has ever been r true to his party Tand itsrnbmir toanyCRepublicans who read The News Jfor a fayorablev 9n i4 ration aned old schonl ndnoope doubts it r1 r t f l Lot Boys Long Overcoats worth 350 now Ladies 8 Cloaks 5nowgo at Ladies750Cloaks now go at Ladies 600 Long Cloaks now go at MensOdd Coats Mens Duck Coatsrs Boys Knee Pants Boys Long Pants 2 X650 5550 4 2 and up and up 50C 75c I 75ClI SI25 grR r A ft ect all We call attention to the nouncement of Miss Pearl man a candidate for the ation for County Schpol intendent for Adair county ject to the action of the lican party Miss Hindman a worthy member of one of countys best families a ter of Mr Wm Hindman near Milltown Her a it enoJ intelligence and Tightness of character a er of Cov J R Hindman d time Republican a man has stood for the f the party when it was an in the political attend and who never asked for official sition but who reared children in the faith he espo Miss Pearl therefore is a Republican made so by and environments Her brothers all good citizens also zealous for the partys rfare andnever fail to do whole duty in every fight party interests are at stake was educated principally in schools of Columbia but a special course in the State mal School at Bowling making a highly record She is one of the tys most popular and teachers and holds a State ma whichof itself is that she is thoroughly to fill the position she se the full satisfaction and the entire people We take ure in stating that she is a of refinement of abundance of energy and uoghly seeksi fitted for the position e We take pleasure in c lIin e attention of the readers of e News to the f Mrs Georgia R Shelton h appears in this i issue Shelton is the present S T Superintendent of Adair Y and is a candidate for to said position subject to e action of the Republican That she has made a most c 1 and accomodating official t be denied She is a lady of h Christian character i finement thoroughly holding a diploma from St s College Sh lbyville She a daughter Of Rev G 9JQooeasedvwho was the pa f the Pjresb Yferiani hurcK lof umbra foiTiBo3t thirty Her father was a staunch n 4man and ilf1 whene war of t All Kinds and Sizes of Horse Collars o IINo 12 Galvanized Fence Wire No 11 Galvanized Fence Wire No9 Galvanized Fence Wire 335 325 315 IIRoyalFence rod 55 in high 45e 37iires2 t IIThese prices are forCash onlyNo produce or charge M L Walker I Columbia KentuckYjW hellion came he enlisted in the Federal army and became the Chaplain of a regiment After the war he identified himself with the Republican party voting in every election until his death Mr John T Shelton who washer husband and known to a great many Adair county people was also a Republican and took an active part in elections until his death The reader can read- yil see how Mrs Shelton became gathe party having been instilled into her mind by her father and husband Her political record stiswell and as is the custom she asks at the hands of her party an endorsement promising to be as faithful to duty in the future as she has been in the past By reference to our announce ment column it will beseen that Mrx Geo T Flowers Jr is a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Adair county subject to the action of the Republican party Mr Flowers was born in the lower end of this county where he is well and favorably known When the SpanishAmerican war was announced he volunteer ed his services and a short time after being enlisted he was sent to the Philipine Islands where he finished his term of service A short time after he returned to the States he became a resident of Columbia where he has lived constantly for the last seven years He is a man of excellent morals and possesses good business qualifications He asks the Republicans of this county to investigate his standing as amanand his to his par ty and if theybelieve him worthy of the position he seeks to support him He hopes at an early date to see all the Re publicans in the county headingin n another column appears the an nouncement of Mr J Bot tom a candidate for Assessor of Adair county subject to the action of the Republican party Mr Bottom isan old line Repub lican who lids supported his party candidates in lllfthe oat ties ther pasfsincehe filsold retiougteto take parPahi dd ef= fective 4 r iarmer anon d e of woAdaircountY s Igcfed 6ititf tsbeebwil business without interfering l J 2 jsJ F Royal Fence 48 in high 10 wires stays 6 in rod Royal Fence 39 ih high 9 wires stays 12 in rod Royal Fence 32 in high 8 wires stays 12 in rod Put up in 20 Rod Rolls Farmers Red Hames former price 50c per pair Collar Pads each 40cD 35co 30e 35c 25e 0 W ft W OP V v with others While he has been true to his party under all circumstances and while he seeks heIauthorizes us to state that he does not want the nomination under the stain of fraud and uri fair dealing in any manner Our information warrants us in stat ing that he is a gentleman a true Republican and well quail fied to fill the office he seeks and this introduction we cheerfully ive to the many Republicans who read The News Mr Wm Story of Rowena a udent in the Lindsey Wilson who is well and favorably known i to many of our citizens is a can didate for the Republican nomination to represent the counties of Russell and Casey in the next Legislature While he is not of our political faithand the fur ther fact that we haveno interest direct YetI knowning Him as anexemplary young man of good capacity who is making a hard and winning struggle for good service to his country and himselfwe feel that his party wouldmake no mistake in se lecting him for such a resPonsi- ble position His district is so largely Republican that a nomi nation is the equivalent of an election and since that is true and his county has the naming of the candidate and he no op position it seems tertian that he will be the next representative Under such circumstances and not yielding a portion of our Democracy heres hoping that the Russell county Story will be added to the Capitol at Frankfort I Hon William Henry Jones reappointment to the postmaster ship of Glasgow is being held up in the United States Senate and it is not likely to be confirmed during this session of the Senate After the 4th of March Senator elect W 0 Bradley will be in his seat Mr Jones and Senator Bradley belong to two different factions of the Republican party Draw your own conclusions The Democratic Caucus of the Indiana Legislature nominated Hon Benjamin F Shively for United States Senator on the twentieth ballot He received 42 votes Hon John W Kern r Mr Bryans running 1matwas the contending candidate re lyhasservedgress and Is a brilliant man if Fliy L t t4g v I i i 4 l Y r rtIE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r 5 t I I t IRa SALE AT- T Moving Decided to Close Out Our Business as Quickly as Possible k WE OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS i I 1 1 1 1 I I = r I I = J t III III f ti II 11 III 0o II IIIIiI I I I I II a I Ii it This is The Largest Stock of firstClass r Clean Merchandise Ever Offered for Sale 1 V i On These Terms in This Section of entuckyc 1 Yf- fj II f j i t rrs rte w JJrfIf 7 Yf Ii tiJjItf1 rs4 1 We Have Secured Extra Salespeople and Everybodys + t vsK I lib lei I The Rush is Oa Come Early UT RUSSELL CO wIWe necessarily had to carry oyer several letters until next week Monday was the first day the sun had made its appearance for several weeks Lost a heavy winter lap robe between Wjj Walkers store and my house If returned the finder will be Well paid 11lt R T McCaffreeJ Mrs Jas Garnett returned to the Lebanon Infirmary last Sunday Her condition is much better When she left the institution three weeks ago it was her intention to return at this time herIas far as Campbellsville r Mr C L Hurt of the Mpntpelier country left for Nashville this morn ing where he accepted a position ins Draughons Business College as assist ant teacher in Telegraphy Mr Hurt is a worthy young man and well qualified to fill the important position he accepts For Sale Thoroughbred Yorkshire pigs The greatbacon hog Order now for March and April delivery H S Robinson n Campbellsville vKy Attention All persons owing men notes and cI settle1atbe heeded The outstanding business of 1908 must be settled W L Walker t Ij How To Collect Your Accounts If you want an acconnt note or claim collected promptly in any State in the Union send it to us No charge unless we collect AddressJlO lt Somerset Ky r We Will Sell at a Bargain A thirtyfive horse power mounted t boiler good as new twentyfive horse withAtwo good saws This is achance if you want a sso tfitat agreat re duction in price Writer call oh Wbl ford BifosIV Casey Creek Ky 91 m 7 t J N t Icetrt sk l t Ix- All artier owinine accounts are iequeited to settle at once 1 needrthe tiI money Dr W R Grissom 10 3tY Y yYy i tiJj1 1 t V AsY Peilham Wheat is looking fine in this neighborhood The grip has attacked most every family in this section J P Cundiff is on the sick list this week Nona Dohoneys little IMrs Betsy is very sick with Pneumonia fever Miss Ella Dohoney been teaching school at BradI fordsville is at the bedside of her sister John Willie Cundiff happened to a painful accident a few days Offjastuck in his hand making a gashan inch long He has been confined to his room for several days IProf Rue Squires and Deed of this place theaL W T S last week John Will Cundiff and his sister Montra visited at Ab her last Saturday and Sunday Mr Sam Smith and wife were visiting at Vester from Friday until Sunday Born to the wife of Eugene Gresham one day last week a girl r r Mr John N Squirres was a Gampbellsville last week Mr Perry Cundiff and Miss Kate Squirres were yisitin at Portland a few 4f1Xs Jasttweek v J l Miss xtle gpj1j Ot jQt curl ular young Jl die 1 5enjr to B dick f pTa 1Pljt counthteach a large class Wij i Mss Myrtle is a fin teacherj and will instruct her pupils right l Some ofthe rmers ar los- firr t 1 st ing their hogs in this vicinity They dont know the cause Mr Mont Biggs of the L fW T Swas visiting Messrs Rue and Jno Squires Saturday night and Sunday Mr James Siiddarth wasjisit ing his uncle H C Columbia last FridaYnight Edith The health of this section is gqod except colds and grip The farmers of this place are preparing to sow their tobacco beds Miss Jennie Wesley of Phil visited her brother Pies Wesley last week Misses Lula and Minnie Knifley entered the L W lastIMonday Mr and Mrs I C Harmon who has been on the sick list for the past week Js better at this writing Evans Bros sold to RBTucker one thoroughbred Duroc jersey boar pig for 750 Mr Tom Lay bought of Sher man Haskins ofcolor one horse for 20 Mr Mont Harmon had a fine calf to die last week 1ich he supposed had been some tobacco drummerton our one day last week Mr Owen ardYisited his uncle Mr JoshBerdlast week A3 Brave rire Lbiddies t J F PV nlqecei several burns puttingout fires n5ftseBucfifeh7s rhica Salve1 drivesouttipsins orBurns eelsounds 1tij andBrUlses its earth s greatest haler Quickly sSkin Eruptions Old Sore Boils Ulcers Felons heat Pile cure nude Relief IB instant 25c t Pa Drugs Co r c i5 f rri u vo+ Oe004 000O sOOCO 0000 OOOs OQ0000p pot 0 t ti1t jf you need a good Wagon Buggy or Surrey we can suit youf handO iJ oQLv IF OO YOU OO WANT O Paint and Oil W r 4 The Vulcan Plowof the Strongest Best Made We Se11Ciasolne Engines Saws Feed Mills tcf0o 4 i Wm F pirftifkQ Sorts i wllwhen In Columbia Write wIre us t444+t4 4444 4 PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W H C Sandidge Edmonton W S Dudgeon Bethlehem 0 F J Barger Creelsbore Z1T Williams Columbia J BGnder jit vernon tr JN Walbert ro kr1 t J RCrkwfbrdvCioIutnbiaf G Dockery union fehapel Cancl Eait Pprkr t f LYi t Ail ti base Tabor t 1Jbli8tonirPleu DtRl ge1 9 t wB Cave Liberty iN Tennessee ist tif States wide prohibition The law takeS ef fectJulyl 1909 v j 5 Kcr j 1 v M4 J1 Il c r r A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was held up in his work health and happiness by what was believed to be hopeless Con writes Wf R Lipscombof Washington Ni C He took all kinds of femeaies acid ztreat menu f1r mseyeraL doctors tlJutr round tfeYfDCb H isaryfU antom Its Jto relieve and ithe urestcure for HemorrhagesCoughs Grippe Aathmnan d all Bronchial af fectiowii 60c and fl00 Trial bottle frH Guaranteed by Faull DrucCo rr k t j t r jI5H rv fWe can meet the de= mands The Green Seal cf Paint is the Best 1 is one and p or I h President Helps Orphans e i iHundreds of orphans have been help ed by the President of The Industrial and Orphans Home at Macon Ga ElectricBitters 1r iyears It has provena most oxcellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kid ofitthe best family medicines on earth n 1t inigorates thewitah organs purifies 4 the blood aidaoiestion crest s aPP rtite To strengthen andbuild uahw PeoAlit IC plaints Only 50c at Paull Drub Co r 1 I k J i r r r t tI t I 1 i L i I V r I i 1 1 ir P r 6 l THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I jiORESJ FROM SEEBSiJ p Aged Man Starts Nursery Near tr IFalls Church Va PLANTED IN AN ORCHARD j f Millions of Seeds Were Gathered Fromp Trees In WashingtonColorado En thusiast Hopes to1 Replace Timber Explains His Purpose In Starting t Seedling Farm With seeds of forest trees estimated to number not less than 1250000 v planted oh a small strip of land about two miles directly south of Falls Church Va Sidney A Gaylor of Wash Ihgton an experienced nurseryman has begun in a practical way the culti Ci vation of seedlings with which he hopes to replace aged or fallen timber Or create additional tracts of timber land in the neighborhood of Washing ton And a surprising fact of this planting near Falls Church is that ev cry one of the seeds placed there was gathered by Mr Gaylor from trees in the city of Washington or just over the District line Mr Gaylor in addition to being an experienced nurseryman and an erithu sias on trees especially of the shade or forest variety describes himself as a newspaper correspondent who has written up the agricultural advantages and opportunities of many of the fertile river valleys of Colorado my home He gives his age as seventy one years and says that practically all his time for the past thirtysix years has been devoted to affairs strictly agricultural both theoretical and prac tical The major part oLbis life so he toid nlspenthe studied experimented and dealt at times Jn a practical manner in forestry trees At one time he planted timber j claims and at other times dug mere seedlings from the forests of Colorado brought them to the highest possible condition of tree life through cultiva tion and care and then disposed of them in several instances treeing as he described it public parks in Colorado cities What was my object in planting those seeds out near Falls Church t Just simply because I believe in forestation thats all I think it is the duty of everybody to become inter ested in this subject and everybody should do something practical toward placing the timber life of this country in the same condition it was in a hun dred years ago Rather than for pecuniary gain I gathered those seeds and planted themj right here near the capital of na tion with the hope that other people would become interested and do the flame thing until we should have no dearth oft ees anywhere And just to show how easily it can be accom pUshed I gathered nearly all of my seeds here in the thickly settled por tibns of Washington How did you become interestedin trees was asked It may seem strange but Ill tell you When I was a boy about eleven i ottwelve years old I happened to be reading my Bible and ran across the passage Behold the fig tree and all the other trees That made a lasting impression upon me and from that day to this my love for the tree and its cultivation has never ceased Then as time went on and the big forests I used to sde in my boyhood out west disappeared I felt as though there was something strangely missing and then I began to think again hard and sud denly it all dawned on mereforesta tipn We needed to replace the things j which were gone I Mr Gaylor spoke pf President Roose velts interest in forestry and said 1His administration has agitated the country from center to circumference Vnnd possibly one of the greatest things Ahc has done in my humble opinion is the calling of the reqent meeting of governors and the conservation delib erations in particular to forestry Have you called on the president at J aU i No I have not But here is a letter of introduction to him given mOby the governor qf Colorado when I came here to Washington last May You vBee continued Mr Gaylor it was0 my original intention to go to South America for the purpose of studying and writing on the agricultural and forest conditions of the republics down there but I had to give it up on ac count of my age ann health I didVt realize that years were telling on me until I reached Washjrigton And then It was I found out that Id have to iorego Jhe tropical trip My letter to- the president was to be presented be v lore I left as one probably interested intlie things which attracted me there I liked the city very well You see I had never seen the capital of the iia ftion before so I stayed After Id been here a month or mote the idea occurred to me to take advantage pfJ the many seeds from the trees here going to waste and show in a practical way what could be accomplished with them v How and where did you gather the Leeds V Why when they began dropping Just went out with a broom and a bag wept them up brought them here cleaned them and pit them away until 1 was ready to plant them r gathered andsacks of about 010 a billbushelseachahdtwenty ive of these sacks 1 planted The others are here now tor the spring or next fall j I gathered the acorns for white anil chestnut katArlln n the linden f I iiwfdg came from along Massachusetts J 4tjsriuerprinclpilly eheebE1 gJte nth j j X f 2k J J r f J dZj o4f t f ff 1 r ftVi c aY1mapleHouse and the treasury the honey locust out near P and Thirtieth streets In Georgetown and other seeds in dir ferent parts of the city It was very easy just like recreation Sometimes Id get children to help me bUt not ldntlfindnear Falls Church They were princi pally hickory nuts atid sugar male What seeds have you planted so far About 1250000 white oak American linden Norway maple ash and honey locust Those I have here are chest nut oak sugar maple hickory coffee bean black locust catalpa yellow wppd syc more andtyellow poplar I said before Ill prObably plant theseI next spring or fall And where do you imagine I plant ed these seeds Why in a pear orchard with 500 pear trees 200 small cherry trees and several small patches of strawberries and blackberries The trees stand from twelve to sixteen feet apart and in this space is where the seeds went four separate rows between each row of trees That is trict hnl1fQrow in the seven and a half acres showing signs of plant life that Is very encouraging Judging from the present Indication I calculate that from 75 to 80 per cent of the seeds planted will run tq seedlings in the course of eighteen months at the end of which time theyll have to be removed to a larger piece of ground of courseFrom a business standpoint how many seedlings will have to develop to bring a profit Mr Gaylor was asked At he lowest 50 per cent was the answer Forty per cent of good sap lings will mean a big profit from a mercantile standpoint Mr Gaylor said that negotiations were entered into for the land the orchard as he terms itlaSt September which is located on the farm of R E T Shreeve and the actual planting of the seeds began Nov 10I and lasted for two weeks They planted gradually and with the assist ance of Mr Shreeve who prepared the ground for their reception Dur 1emblook after thngs and see that the ground particularly the surface isI in the best condition at all times If my work over there will only create interest in others sufficient to induce them to try the same thing said Mr Gaylor at the conclusion of his interview I shall be thoroughly 1donelarge LAUGH AND LIVE LONG Recipe of Octogenarian Who Expects to Live to be 104 Francis Brandewelde of Alton Mo the oldest ofliceholder in St Louis and now eightythree years old believes he has solved the problem of how to live to be 104 He would laugh himself there Here is the recipe of this oc- tOgenarian and the rule he practices Laugh all you can get hold of all the funny stories you can and think of them chew tpbacco drink a little beer each day and always get up from the table hungry One year ago while clerk of the city court he became ill and his fami ly despaired pf his getting welL Bran deweide asked the physician to call his friends ill and tell any good stories they might know He also demanded that they allow him to have his plug of tobacco close at hand and that he be allowed to drink a bottle of beer now and then In spite of the protests fOI11lowed Boon to the Blind A fine present comes to the blind in the shape of an invention by which the peculiar books designed for them may be printed on both sides as veil as one The new process w ll cut the cost of this sort of literature in half which means thatthe societies and li braries engaged in circulating it may double their output whilp those indi viduals who want to buy tfooks can get that much more for their money I White Rhinoceroses Presidents Quest President Roosevelt will make a spe cial effort in his African hunting trip to obtain two white rhinoceroses about the scarcest animal in all Africa The National museum in Washington is especially anxious for one of these and if the president gets another specimen he will give it to the British Nationalv mus mtReform jj me Ive got a dog Im going to train When Castro licks the Dutch That swampy IanUI mean to draVn When Castro licks the Dutch Im going to plant that saved up seed And buy that paint my fence doth need And heaps of books Im going to read When Castro licks the Dutch r Im going to pay eleven calls When Castro licks the Dutch Ill patch the paper on the walls When Castro licks the Dutch Im going to mend that broken sleigh Ive put t off for many a day AndshIm going to wrjte ia play When Castro licks the Dutch Im going to turn a lot of leaves When Castro licks the Dutch IJl harvest my full share of sheaves ViImgoingAnd ypucan mark this down by fjirigs1 Im going to quit postponing things When Castro licks the Dutch Arthur Chapman in Denver 1i t r t h i kt 7tPj e tpt 1 Y w l1 Pleasant Grove Miss Annie Williams is visiting relatives at Pellytori this week Miss Maggie Rubarts jail d brother were the guests of Pearl Neat last Friday night y Miss Mattie Willis of Columbia is visiting her aunt Mrs East of this place Miss Hattie Williams entered the LindseyWilson Tuesday v MrJ W Tupmah has just returned from a business trip to Junction CitYi Miss Aris Walkup who has been staying with her aunt Mrs Mont Steyens n returned to her home at Esto Russell county last Saturday Miss Virginia Tupman Horse Cave visited her home several days ago Misses Lula Royse and Aris Walkup were the guestof Bettie Collins Friday night I Bessie Williams visited Daisy Reynolds Saturday night Miss Virgi Smith has just returned home from Cane Valley where she has been visiting her cousin Miss Terror Vaughan Bersha Tupman visited Lillie Williams last week While feeding his sheep a few evenings ago Mr W R Williams lost his balance find fell but was not seriously hurt Miss Cora Reynolds visited her sister Mrs Mastie Burress of Columbia a few days ago Mr and Mrs W R William were the guests fMr and Mrs Bob Young a few days ago Dont Get A Divorce A western judge granted a divorce on account of illrtemper and bad breath Dr Kings New Life Pills would have prevented it They cure Constipation causing bad breath anfl Liver Trouble the illtemper dispels c lds banish headaches conquer chills 25c at Paull Drug Co r A Good Woman Gone y Mrs Maggie N Shephard wife of John M Shepherd pass ed from lifeto death on Tuesday morning Dec 21 1908 She was a victim of pneumonia and was only sick ten days All that lov ing hands and medical attention could do was done but all to no avail for Goils will be done She stood her suffering with great fortitude and died in tile faith other savior AbQut 18 years ago she con fsssed her Savior and joined the Methodist church living a consistent merriber ever since She was always ready arid willing to help in distress and was especial ly good to wait upon the sick and was noted for her affectonate kindness She numbered her friends by her acquaintances Before she died she called for song of praise and prayer and called her faiiiilyand friends to her bedside and had them prom ise to met her nT heaven saying she was anxious for the trip and shouting praise to alL mighty God She was32 yers81 months and 29 days old endcame She leaveg a husband two children one gir Eula aged 14 and Lee agedl2v father and mother Mr rand Mrs W G White tQ Brothers and a host of relatives and friend to mourn her loss vBuf the1oss of our dear sister is Jieaven eternal i y gain t The funeral vic sVs con ducted byRev pHs Wolford and t1ieem ins wer laid to resfein I family cemetery V i the WWM1i t iJ 1 0 1 tLrIc iritfi qo right way that we may meet her where parting is no more t One by one earths ties are broken Aswe see ourloyedecay And the hopes so fondlycheris Brighter but to pass away I One by one our hopes grow brighter As we near the shinning shore For we know across the river Waits the loved onesgone before A Brother Obituary I VOf dust thou art arid unto dust must thou return When God promulgated this fiat to the world man was no longer in doubt as to his destiny The subject of this article little Lyda Aaron only child of Bro Edward and sister Nona Aaron sixyears1 of age passed from death unto life during the month of Dec 1908 It is difficult to draw a fitting portrait of and tribute to the dead We are prone to permit our feelings to lead us from a true delineation of the form and feature of our subject We are over anxious to say something to please the loved ones who are sorrowing some thing to alleviate their distress We cry aloud for help to smoothe the pathway of those whose hearts are bleeding on account of their sore loss Hheer up parents and friends Dear Lyda has preceded us to Heavenhas taken from us the race to Glory We can only won der what her experience has ben in the land of corn and wine I dare say that she is a little angle doing errands about Heaven forHim who said Suf fer these little ones to come unto me for of such is the Kingdom- of Heaven Shed no tearsioved ones but get ready to see your dear one in I the Judgment she will be there looking for you Isnt it a sweet consolation to know that we will know each other thereto hear the shouts of recognition of loved ones that will shake the foundation of Heaven Death there is no death to those who die in the Lord The poet tells us that Death is the spirits better birtH the dawn of perfect day If we were never called upon to part from our friends we might grow tired grow weary of themwe- o not know We should not grieve for the dead as it is harmful to us and can do the dead no good We bow in humble submission to the lgsLvellaffectionate adieu watch for us for we are coming 7 WT fielk i f jDenmark Ky r S Grjdccs Store r Several from here attended the Oyster supper at Mr Hindnigin Wprmacks Saturday night v Mr Jeff Bradshaw wash ie last weeks ri Miss Ruth Stapp ofT Columbia Vas the guest of Miss Carrie Rexroat on Mgnday 28th inst Miss Martha Murray and Qryal Holt and his sister Miss Long 6f Sweilton were visiting at Mr PST Selby s Thursday and Fri day iyRev Gy Ri Abreli fGlensiork vas hear Priday v A surprise birtMaysupperwas giveji atthelipme tff Mr Sab- Winlreys in hoiiosr oif 4CrV HV Winfrey v 7i 1 lv5jI rlJ J 5 0 fti I t rtlf Il wf 4fi IJ Ar 4I ltt General News r Charles Sanders aged 74 dropped dead as he was reading his Bible at his home in Louisville Thomas Seller and Jesse Grad dyV two of Wooidford countys oldest and best men died last week i Gyrus Dawsons arm was brikenas a result of an explosion at Hopkinsyille Dawson touched mitch to a hole in a whisky barrel Rev Isaac W Emerson died at Russeliville aged 82 years Hew s the fatherrof Walter P Emerson the wellknown Cincin nati newspaper man Six Chinamen smuggled in a Texas Pacific freight car were arrested by the police at Fort Worth Tex soon after the train arrived from El Pa3o It persistently rumored that the Louisville and Nashville will seek to acquire the Atlanta Birmingham and Atlantic rail road property when it is put up for sale as it will be in the near future The jury in the night rider- cases at Union City Tenn found six men guilty of murder in the first degree Bob Hoffman and Bud Mdrris were found guilty of murcler in the second degree Claude Pressley aged 11 years who shot and killed his stepfather Dave Christopher for beating the boys mother was given a decision of justifiable homicide by Coroner Murphy at Anniston Ala Beach Hargis was released from jail at Jackson His moth er paid his fines under tne prom ise that he would behave him self Young Hargis will leave for Hot Springs Ark in a few days to be treated for rheuma tism Nightriders have broken loose in Gleburne county Ala Two gins have been burned in the OakLevel neighborhood Harry Benson a ginner was severely beaten before he wQuld obey the mandates of the outlaws to quit preparing cotton for the market The Southern Railroad has discontinued the sale of liquor in its dining cars over the whole system This step was decided up- On by the management in view of the fact that a large part of theiterritory through which the road runs has declared for prohi bition George Busby vlio went from Lexington this state to Atlanta nearly 40 years agQ and died f there last September lived in the Georgia city during that period under the name of Charles Howard He was honored and his memory us cherished iby a Region 6f friends l J Accidentii U- JJepIorablc I Sv Eli abethMirror Sheridan Barnes of iiear East vView accidentally shot ajd killed his brother Gaines Barnes Monday while outJiuhting The former is only fifteen roldt while tie latter w sjbut thiiteen- A coveiy of iirdis flew upi when SheridanrBkrnes ired at them stTJkingrhist brother Ovr the heart The shot piercejcf his heart kibiih hnOst itantl- y Thlqysarethe sbnfeof Mr Joe Banes who is quite weli known nroughoiut the county The funeral of the inf rtunite- oyj was held Tuay anoVther trev- fi rtwHv fc r lJ I I W 10 j 8t t ftIJI1i t I t t tt f interment took place at Meeting Creek or b J Willie Barshof Louisville was accidentally shot by his father Mr Jred Barsh while t hunting on the farm of Mr John Witt near Big Spring The entire discharge entered the body of the unfortunate boy most of which entered his bowels and thighs one ball piercing his eye Dr Witt extracted forty jive shot and located several morexwhich were unobtainable The young mane has a host of friends in the Big Spring vicinity who deeply regret the accident f 4p Boylior Girl of Twelve It is this period of the years which offers real difficulties in building a library says Frederic Taber Cooper in The Reading Circle of the January Circle Magazine It is not merely that these are the formative years in which the foundation of a whole some taste for good reading is to be laid but they are also the years of dawning adolescence when childish things are one by one being put away and when there is the double chance of making a ftistake by choosing on the one hand books that have been outgrown as completely as last seasons frocks and coats or on the other books for which t youthful mind is not rip e We must leepsteadily iri mind the basic idea that our library shall contain only books that will actually be readand read with pleasure the minute that we place on these shelves volumes the reading of which will be a conscious task a sort of disguis ed IOSSOD then we defeat the main object of our whole plan of librarybuilding Indeed as soon a s any book that might otherwise be enjoyed takes on the aspect of a duty its charm as literature is gone it is mental ly consigned by the youthful reader to the category of schoolbooks The books Dr Cooper recommend for children of this see rlIs wye r and Huckleberry Finn 4 Stalkey and Co b y Ru fef yard Kipling Ivanhoe by Sir WalteS Scott V ersThePathfiIiderr The Count of Monte Cristpjf and The Three Guardsmen by Alexander Dumas I The Moonstone by Wilkieto Collins t The Tales of Edgar Allen Poej l KThe Adventures of Sherloct Holmes by Conan Doyle Mrsf Stowes Uncle Toms ti Cabin v i TheM j1 Without a Coun try by Edward Everett Hale f rrie Min on t Floss jpt I George Elliott i The Last Days of PompeiI t Iby Bulwer Lytton 1 Westvard Hd l by Charlsr fKmgsley to I f The Marble Fiun bIaw thornef H scSBen Hur by Lew W lWceSAJivLongfellowspoems av Tennyspnsi Idyl Off t fife i1lfKing i1 f hlI mi tI 2 r rShakespeare 4iifItt iritf r n j4t 55 i i1f i ti J i j r t 1y Ji t l 0 r d I a LewisWoodson fireensburg Kentucky 1tIS NOW OFFERING A CARLOAD EACH J Studebaker L r t L Birdsell t flilburn f ==WagonsA car load of Oliver Chilled Plows A car load of Disc Harrows A car load of Cultivators Corn Planters and f One=Horse Corn Drills I Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade UME SALT AND CEMENT SPECIAL LINE t 12c Will deliver anyki dof Farm Implements at any station on the LN R Rb- Woodson LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to i- Ay a s saasac J 0 D 0GI i LCOsBLINDS t e i any othe in the i St KY t 1 i N IL liw ivi wjii7f r 7f 71 m i w C 1 AND I FREE s 5 7K I L- Iww vv1 r I I 1IV V Cm 7iC Iii fi t iw When you can get a r n I E1900 Ball 7i t Machine f lV that a child14 years old can JJ t jE wash a tub of clothes in six E minutes Guaranteed to d r wofkor money refunded EXCLUSIVE SASH and DOOR HOUSE 2 is what we are Iwselection than house South ShippersIINCORPORATED ssNS vIiwKwli v- Aw I717tIwvwv i Dr James lTlvll lVA- 9OSTEOPATHY I CONSULTATION EXAMINATION officeIAT t Columbia Kentucky v- rwmAawwwwww 7I7Kii7iK7t i17 ICASN ACA Whq BreaK Your a Kg Bearing Wash i Write for prices on Ji i New Way Gas 1 E Qlile Engines C 7i Address DeptA Caro of 7j t 2 OeeiiXfsil6If i SllV iL fj 7 K 7 aK 7i I lS K J iV7t r i nr gja l v i r iicr t I r r i i 11 r i tV i t f r l I t J J rN I J v THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ci i NII- t Mr and Mrs D W Kinnaird visited their daughter at Sulphur Well last week A G Pulliam sold Henry Yates one work mule for 100 Mrs Gilford Hamilton and children Red Lick spent a week with her parents Mr and Mrs S R Walker Mrs S L Kinnaird visited her sisters Mrs Mary Bell and A C Pulliam a few days ago J T Hamilton and Walker Bros are prizing andshipping their tobacco Most all the tobacco here has f been sold for fair pridestR A Pulliam J H Holladay three fat hogs for 5 cts per pound One mule to L M Rowe for 85 Rev Wilson preached for us last Sunday i Obituaryg Nora Wheeler was born July 16 1889 died Jan 1 1909 She was married to Uriah Henson Jan 9 1908 She leaves a husband father stepmother one sister and five brothers and a large circleof relatives and friends to mourn her loss The illness of Nora was but a few days She told her husband and sister that they need not doubt her for she was going to live with Jesus and mother The deceased professed relig gion at the age of 14 years arid joined the Methodist church and lived a true Christian The fun oral services were conducted by Rev John Roach and the re mains laid to rest in the family cemetery We would say to the bereaved husband weep not for your loss is her gain for she has gone with Christ toreign A Cousiny Hattie Gilpin iBI Elm r The wheat looks well in this section considering how dry the fall was soldaout here and bought a garden farm near Campbellsville Ky and has moved to it Henry and Geogre Wesley f Liberty were here a few days ago looking after cattle G W Collins sold to Mr Hunn four head of cattle weighing 37 hundred pounds at 4 cents per tZo 40vlIrJ A Turner sold to D 20CMr J V Dudley of Glensfork closed a very interesting school in vocal music at Mount Ziqn church last week Born to thewife of John nI Turner a daughter Dec 30th 1908 this is two more inhaHi tants in our tittle burg by birth in 1908 l We understand their is an epi demic of sore eyes in the Den mark section r Mr Lee Calhoun is in the fu trade again he buyes all the fur skins in this section of country and ships them to New York He is doing a good business Mr Thomas Coffey and family visited the family of Mr John Turner last Thursday r JVlrI C Bradshaw and family vssited the family ofYMr L Vv Turner last Thursday f The children and i friends tff hnFf L i YKYt J Y a t 1 J i fl Z5Y Uncle George Antle set him a sumptious dinner on Tuesday the 9of Dec it being his 73rd birthday Hunter School District Editor News I am now ten years old and never have attempted to write any thing for publication before but I have concluded if you will allow mhe space in your valuable paper to wrIte so much as to say that our school was out on the 24th day of December last an that we school children have been feeling quite lonely ever since from the fact we all be verv much attached to our MissjrgI i Hunn of Columbia who gave universal satisfaction to both patrons and pupils of the school She was so kind and took such great interest in trying to advance her pupils- everyin way possible for thei- ood that we all learned to lover e and I hope she will teach our next public school I am sure that every pupil who attended Miss Virginias school wishes her great success and i every teacher would conduc- themselves with such propriety and take the interest she does in the advancement of their pupils they would never have any trouble in obtaining a good school On the last day of our school it being Christmas eve we had nice Christmas tree and many lice presents were put on it every pupil that attended school received nice present and I go one for regular attendance at school during the term I was sorry when our school closed an I had to part with my teacher andschool mates r love to go to school so well that I will be very lonely till school opens again Hoping you will Pardo- any mistakes and that this letter willnot find its way to the wastebasket before publication Ian rrespectfully Ruth D Stotts Stidham Okla Editor News Thinking that possibly some of my friends would like to knowp of my whereabouts I take the liberty of writingja short letter to your paper which I hope wil- find a place in your columns I left Russell county August 15th 1908 and landed in In dinastaying there a few weeks J left there and landed in Okla homa After staying there for about six weeks I made a trip to twoIas and landed back in Oklahom- This is a fine place I like her lots better than back in Ken- tuckY although there comes a northernerdonce and a while Ill tell you they are cold There is one on now x Well Christmas passed off here very quietly Farmers are not done picking cotton in this part yetIThis is the 11thday of Janu ry and it is snowing to beat the band V 11rr countyboys were here to go a Babbit hunting with jne Hoping my letter Will not find thewast basket 1 will close Best wishes to all t Raines Vpils 61 ui 1 tN tf f1It iAll parties owing m accountsare re edtheilOStl v t r r t r t 2Jtiii 4Y4I r t trta fltibFtJ fi m t JI Jt f i jIf tvj fl l P tt LuJio12 rl THE OLD CIRCUS POSTER Pretentious Language With Which the Show Was Described The grandiloquent extrayagance of posterIswhich is given verbatim These will be presented a resplendent series of sublime moral interest- Ing Instructive amusing and wonder ful scenes which would appear entirely too fabulous if expressed in an adver tisement They must be seen to be duly appreciated These great displays will unfold in all the loveliness and beauty of enchantment carrying the minds of the bewildered or spellbound ofbethey might dream of after reading a Lnterdto give adequate expression Web stets unabridged fails most signally in language to fully portray semblance of the reality Zoonomy may be learn edat this great college in a single evening Here the visitor will see splendid specimens of the zygodacty lous race that live upon the earth or float and poise upon the wings of gold and Silver plume in the cerulean arch and in reference tothese the corps of superintendents in courtly dress will elucidate the peculiarities each with guarded suaviloquence ROMEOSr Mrs Siddpris Opinion of David Garrick and Spranger Barry David Garrick and Spranger Barry were both playing Romeo at the same time in London Barry played it at Drury Lane on the Monday and Gar rick played it the next night at Covent Garden and the town was divided as Romeoinfexcitetupon such different lines and with such mar velously different conceptions that the people argued the case as to which Shakespeare intended The fact is that Shakespeare intended It to be acted well and if one mans temperament suited it best to act in that way it would do for another temperament the other way wasasame Romeo which she considered better of the two and she said It is difficult to say They are both wonderfully great but I will tell you balconytseems so eager so intense and so full of fire and spirit that Im afraid hell jump up in the balcony to me and Bar thatdfrom the balcony to him The Relationship You say madam said the bespec tacled lawyer to the woman in the witness box that the defendant is a younplease explain what you mean by that just how you are related to the de fendantThe beamed upon the court and replied Well its just like this His first wifes cousin and my second husbands first wifes aunt married brothers named zones and they were cousins to my mothers aunt Then again his grandfather on his mothers side and my grandfather on my mothers side were second cousins and his step mother married my husbands step motherI allqbusinQuite so answered the lawyer Your explanations are perfectly satisfactory Forgetful An eminent painter was once asked if he thought art students did wen to go to Europe to study He said that undoubtedly the atmosphere was more artistic in Europe than anywhere else andoTo Illustrate his meaning he said that a certain rich mans son after three fgar+ ether Dear Father I have made up iBy mind to set to work Please let mo know at your earliest convenience whether it was painting architecture ormusic I came to Paris to study Humility It is a curious fact of human nature that humility draws forth from the world almost as much admiration as courage As In the case of courage it is almost impossible wholly to condemn character in which we see It and without it the greatest virtues iii leave us cold If every goqd word himselfawere proved true we like him We even dislike his modern and far less offensive descendant the prig London Spectator A Straight Tip Customer Quick shave please Bar tierClose sir Customer See here what business IS it of yours Im close ornotr Ill tell you whetherI young manI don t UP iyou want to knowPuck His Fears Realized My heart irin my mouth kl QID afraid to hear you answer You may well Be Mr Bellboy rep torted Ethel I never could marry ft man whose heart was not in the riot placewIf a nfans worth knowing at all lie Worth knowing felljW fsunfas c r rIxY rd JtMLr t j 1 i4 C M WISEMAN SON Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Optlcians V Special attention given to work and all orders in ofgoods in our line Oposite Music Hall 132 W Market St let 1st 2d St LouiSVille KyI liiiJ S D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attention to Eyes suricalMoneyremoved from stables ONEHALFMILE FRM COLUMIA ON DISAP POINTMENT I Coffins AND Caskets 1 1 keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be soldat short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it patronize J E Snow Russell Springs FOR A GOOD NEIL VISIT THE Manhattan Restaurant and Lunch Counter OTTO E YENT Prop 502 WEST JEFFERSON STREETf Opposite Court House Louisville Kentuckyr REGULAR MEALS 20c BEST COFFEE Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 Dr James Triplet r Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY WILMORE HOTEL w tLLILtroRE PvopfV FirstClassSTable Good Sample Roome 5Feed Stable Reasonable Rat- esGIDY1TILLeJ t KY mr 0 munbat Sentiet OFFICE FRONT ROOMS JN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY t Farm For Sale I offer for sale my home place which lies 10 miles from Columbia onehalf mile from 1d 170acresof W nd 20 acres of b6ttomvgood hod of hite oak and chestnut timber well Catered 8 roomhouse plenty of out ibuildings Terms madeknownoneap y plication Mrs Williams r g4t tCkii i1i t t I rfi i i 1 iik t f y f- i rS t ti THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyvillef Plenty of rain and snow this week Quite a number from this place attended court at Columbia last Monday Dr JH Grady spent a day or so in Columbia last week W L Grady was at Portland last Friday VMr Charlie Diddle is confined to his bed with chills Mrs J F Pendleton has about recovered from a long spell of sicknessMessrs Willie Moore and Ar vest Hill spent a day or so at Jamestown last week Messrs Anderson Durham of Greensburg were here last week looking after hogs and cat tIe wifefof Joppa visited relative at this place last Friday and Saturday Mrs Ruth Fletcher the mother of W L Fletcher is very low at this time with Pneumonia fever We are glad to note that Mrsr Jesse Breeding who has been in rrdelicate health for several years ri getting along nicely at this time t Mr and Mrs Hurschel Shir rell will go to house keeping near Mr C M Hindmans in the near future trMessrs James and Willie Did die entered the Lindsey Wilson school at Columbia last Mon dayl There are several cases of whooping cough in this commu nity at this time None has proven fatal up to thistime Mr Thos Gowen who has been cenfined to his room for a month or so is able to be up at this time- Ourold friend J M Wilson who has been laid up for two weeks we are glad to report at this time is improving Mr Amos Keltner who bought the property that belonged to the Methodist brethren will re move to it in a few days Mr Tyler Firquins the well known merchant of Keltner was in our midst one day last weekand informed us that he was closing out his business that place and would be in field for the office of County Court Clerk Mr Firquin has been very successful in all his undertakings and I would say to his opponents you had better look out 7 We aid glad to note that the high prices that our tobacco brought on the market this seat son has encouraged our farmers more than anything that has f took place in years From what we have heard talked around r store there will be more of the r SEEDS i We Ship best quality Field and Gar- denI Seeds direct to farmers at low wholesale prices We sell Clovers Grasses Seed Oats Seed Corn Cane Seed Millet Cow- Peas Soja Bean Peanuts Seed Pota togs cabbage Plants Potato and To e 1 malo Slips Onion Sets Garden Beans J1 Garden Peas all kinds Garden Field and t Flower Seeds Land Piaster and Fertili + Zers Write us for pncesandsamples rw State what you want ft shvnie See 1COi a Jl- l i Xl 215 ttlSecondl NASHVILLE TEN N rv a 2 tii L fr gi Y 4t f ieita f 7 2f evp 1 Jtu tk5 weed raised this coming season than there ever was in this part of old Adair We feel safe in saying if our farmers do as they talk there will be something near 500 acres set regardless of the season Mr Smith has taken a number of orders for the improved setting machine Under this system it does not re hiquirewill be in the way is the scarce ty of plants If we only can get one more good crop of tobacco and sell for a high price we will all get square with the worldone more time L M Wilmore sold last week- a combined mareto James Reth erford for 5000 W L Sharp bought last week a finespan of work mules from one Mr Todd of Columbia Price unknown Diddle Parson the mill men at this place are on the market for all the good wheat at the highest market price Mr A B Henderson the well known violinist in this part of of Adair county and one of the best judges of furs in this coun try informed your reporter that he had in stock about 10000 worth of hides at this time Pellyton It has been very cold and disagreeable for several days A little son of Joe Propes has jPneumonia fever A little son of David Ellis is confined with Pneumonia James Allen bought from the following parties C RRubarts 8 hogs at 4 cents W S Sinclair 2 at 4J and 5 cents J C Pelley 14 head of cattle for 27600 J W Corneal 1 steer for 2000 Grovel Corneal 3 hogs at 4i cents S S Williams 6 head of cattle for 20000 W 0 Pelley 1 calf for 800 Mrs Fannie Ford of LutrelLs Creek is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs JW Jones Messrs Marvin Perry man Travis Morton and Ennis Sin ders all of this place entered the L W T S last Monday Mr James Bro man is very low with organic heart trouble Dr Buchanan of Campbellsville was here to see him last week tMrJ M Campbell and lit tie son Robert were visiting- in Columbia last week A few from this place attend ed the sale of the late J W Hendrickson at Knifley Satur day Sam Meridith has Pneumonia Mr R K Jones took his to bacco to Moreland last week He got 9 cent a round for it Prof S L Coffey has gone to Phil to finish the school which was being taught by Sam Rec ter deceased y Mr Ezra Jones was here lastj week visiting hisrelatives Mr 1 C Harmon l was quite sick last week ElzYessYoung of Columbia were here last Sunday f Mr Will Brockman was hereto see his brother James Brock man lajt Sunday Mr J W Corneal was at 1fii1nvill lastweek f c t rr r f 1totiweeks l J tl i tI t ltf Mrs R 1Jones Is on the sick listthis week Messrs J VI P rryman Wal V Nv yv fitii rrXl tdr a t c f 1a= it i i ter Sinclair and Luther Perry man are attending Circuit Court at Columbia this week Campbell quit grinding corn urttjlspring1 a Cane Valley x J 0The recent rains snow and sleet have made roads in a terri condition some places being almost impassable on the pike with loaded wagons Farmers are talking like they are going to plant a good creage f tobacco some plants beds already been burned Those that havent burned are making preparations Winter osfts and wheat are looking retty good in this sec tion v Hardesty Durham received a car load of hog here last Tues day80 cents Louisville market Mrs Dr Hancock who sus= tained serious injuries from an attack of a fighting sheep is reported some better at this writingHorace Massie wasan Columbia- on business last Thursday Charlie Morris bought a nice mulch cow of Dr N M Hancock last week Price unknown- R A Hutchison of this place will begin a contract of logging i3 miles southestof Columbia soon The residence of Rev Wm Dudgeon is nearing completion When done will present a hand sone appearance Cane Valley Tent no 102 K 10 T M met at regular review on Saturday night Jan 9th at Bank Hall this place with the largest number in attendance since charter was insued this speaks well for this fraternity as some members who were present livea distance of 6 miles away Lookout for some weddings soon as indications are good James Dulworth of G re e tf county was in our vicinity on business a few days ago Coy Dudgeon of our town popular salesman is at home for a few days after a two weeks trip on the road The High School under the management of Prof Kerr and Miss Lizzie Blevens is progress ing nicely having started on the spring term with 100 enrollment New pupilsarriving daily Mr LW Bennett a prominent stock trader of Columbia passed through our town with a car uisfThursdayiThe Babtist church as weun- derstand I have secured the service of Rev G F Breeding for another year He will fill regular appointments here Sat urday before the second Sunday in each month vfeev Z T Williams is filling tlie pulpit at the Christian church thecoming year MrsEd Eubank is suffering from an attack of tonsilites Wm Ellis lost a horse one night last week A proposition is beforelsin this locality and town to have Electric lights If we fail to get them it will be our fault Put we trust the promoter will at once reyiew the proper substan liiaFencouragement and it willlbe onl ausLion ofttime w1JemJhe will place his Order for a dYnamo sufficieriMo giye us all plenty of wellacquaintedat5F a Lr t l 1r rp r with the Promoter of this proposition and vouch safe that he means business Everybody will have lights Electric lights Cane Valley and vicinity are need of better phone service It is well to say there is not enough room for phones to ccomodate those that are on the lines now hence a new line is needed to be run from Columbia in order that those who have no phones can tie onto the busy world We trust the Telephone company will take this up E C Page was in Lebanon on business last Thursday Willie Callison and Emmit Mc Allister are in Shelbyville on a visit for a week We Learn from reliable sources that the autos will make their regular trips in two weeks- J W Sublett was in Louisville last week Cane Valley has a new met cantile firm Wilson Vaughan IBakerto IWe are having lots of steam boats now r We had three one day Rhea Rowena and Albany There was a small excursion from this place that went tp Celina and back on the Str RowenaIAlbany Landing and back on Sti Dunbar last week S T Irvin arid family and Misses Amelia Willie and Stella P arrish and their brother Georg spent last Monday night at T M Glidewells Messrs H A andW M Moss i of Greensburg have been here for several days culling staves to snip x Ed Tate with Merchants Hard ware Grocery Co Burnside was here Tuesday John Goff of this place has entered the L W TfSchool at Columbia Henry c Parrish has entered school at Columbia t Miss Lois Dillon has gone to Burkesville to the new College F and T B Phelps shipped at car load of hogs the last trip of the boat to Cincinnati Herriford Parrish shipped a car load of cattle to Cincinnatis last week Gordon Cheatham who has been very low with meningitis is a great deal better IJ F Lloyd of Beck s Store was here Tuesday after a load of goods for Iryin Lloyd at that place Sam Lewis of Columbia was here Monday buying furs Miss Lydia B Glidewell is teaching school in Bakerton Mrs Sabina Winfrey and son whoJee visiting T C Goff Mrs Winfreys brotheivhave gone to their home in Okla J L Young has moved to Tenn near Nashville Our loss will be their g int We hated to l give Knott and family up as they Joseph H Stone Aft rneYAtLaw Jamestown t r Kentucky 9 WiJlpraclice ill thisandad1ouung counties ITEbLiveb20i to 300 Each and ExPtssCharges 11 WrUfibGEN J t c 1 r f s Box232 CAMRBELSVI LLEKY I rf l Zti were firstclass in every respect T C Gcff is going to make a trip to East Tenn in a few days to look after his timber interests there E R Young bought 7 hogs from CTfIrvin and 14 from John Goff last week Mr Bert Garmon was here a few days ago notifying the farm owners of the raise on their landsJames Cole was here last week wanting to buy furs Miss Mittie Glidewell will go to Bowling Green in a few days to enter school H C Parrish went to Burkes ville Monday Melvin Petty of Picnic was here last week on business Granville Morgan of Harrods fork was here Monday to see H A MossSIts a girl at Grove Miltons and hes all smiles That helps the Democratic party oneIAbsher I Mrs Robert Humph r ess re mains about the same Misses Annie and Judelle Rob ertson were shopping at Cane Valley Saturday Mrs W A Brockman and grand daughter Arva Cave were at Mrs Elizabeth Cooleys one day last week Mr J B Grant the well known agent of this place call on our neighbors a few days ago Mr W Hf Cave and daughter Cleo visited at J3 Caves of Holmes Sundar Mr Matthew Robertson visited 1 relatives at Knifley last week Mr and Mrs Van Humphress visited at Delaney Robertsons last Monday Mrs Elizabeth Cooley is on the sick list- Misses Bertha and Audra Dill ingham were the guests of Misses Eula and Bertha Martin last Sunday Mr and Mrs G C Russell visited at Delaney Robretsons last Sunday Cleo Cave is spending few days with her aunt Mrs Z T Gabbert of Casey Creek Mr Steph Jones bought two calves of W P Dillinghan for 18 Mr R 0 Dillingham and sisters Bertha and Audra spent last Tuesday night at Mrs M A Brockmans Miss Pearl Hindman and broth er were in this neighborhood one day last week Many papers predict that Mr Roosevelt and Mr Foraker will have a personal difficulty before the former starts to Africa Lwill on Tuesday Jan- uarySmLET 26 1909 at Cobiirg Ky sellon a credit of three months at Public Auction 29 head of Horses and Mule S 14 Log Wagons t ry fff32 Sets of Harness i4 iBuggy jr t t I hSet of Blacksmith Tols V 4 Stable and Lot ef t Notes with approved security bearing interest from date of sale will be required of the purchasers The purchasers of tIle above wagons and teams can secure contracts from e- WodMosaic Flooring Lumber Co to haul its lumber and logs to Campbellsville r Sale Will Begin at 10 Oclock am 0 W4 MCALLISTER Trustee 1 II Drugs at Cut Prices HWe quote a few items at our Everyday Cut Prices i i iStrychnineAf B S Ipecac Pills called Lapatic Pill per 100 25cts J Rhinitis tablets per 100 25cts v i Peroxide Hydrogen Quarterpound lOcts one pound 25cts r Ivory Soap 3 cakes for lOc Cu cure Soap 17cts a bar Packers tar Soap 15c a bar jCokes Dandruff Cure regular 50c size 30cts v v u u u tl size 60ctsiT 7 J l Mail orders Givcn Prompt Attentionand are Shipped on Day they are Received Jf n JI HA L PHARMACY if THE IROGRESSLE AND QHPQAJE CUT RATERS 6th Jeff erson OpPoslte CutY hail louisvUleKyili f r Itr i j n j h r t tK r f j 11r r t j ja I i tLrt i1 o