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I P 1ja s tf m I c 4k 1 VOLUME XII COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 24 1909 NUMBER 20 Sanduskey Bros are now doing busi ness in their large new building erect ed for the purpose for which they are engaged prepairing lumber for the builders use There is not a better equipped plant in planing mill machinery in this part of the country and they understandexactly how to operate every machine to obtain best results In addition they have installed a ma chine that bores the heart out of small poplar tegs which make the very best columns In this enterprise Mr Ray Conover is a partner and no one de lightsmore in seeing the auger take wood than he The equipments are good and all parties connected with the plant enjoy the confidence of the peo ple of this section Sullivan Short a boy fourteen years old was tried in the Cumberland circuit court last week for shooting and kill Ing a school girl younger than himself The jury brought in a verdict for 250 i and confinement in the county jail for one year Judge Baker who tried the case changed the verdict to read two years in the House of Reform In the case of the Commonwealth against Henry Nunn charged with be accessory to the killing of Tom French by Basil Ashenherst a change of venue was I granted and the case goes to Monroe county The Northern Poultry Egg Co is another enterprise just started in Columbia It is company backed by an abundance of means and it is here to stay The company has in its employ good business men who will make an effort to please every body with whom they deal They have offices at Colum bia Cane Valley Campbellsville and Greensburg Mr R B Wilson is the general manager of the business in Adair county Mr Coy E Dudgeon is in charge of the house at Columbia Ernest Harris the second son of MrI and Mrs C S Harris had the mis fortune to get his right ankle badly hurt last Saturday He was on the farm hauling a log The log struck stump throwing it against him spraining and bruising his ankle badly He has been a great since the accident but Dr Grissom thinks he will be all right in a short time Mr W R Myers met with a serious accident last Saturday He was at hi mill sawing a plank when a piece of the board flew off striking him be tween the eyes The bridge of his nose was broken and his left eye considerable injured Dr Russell js attendin him and he reports his patient along nicely and that there will be n resultsEThe people who have said they wish t ed Bob Wilson would buy poultry and eggs all the time the year around can now patronize him by selling to the Northern Poultry Egg Co located at Columbia Cane Valley Campbells yule and Greensburg as he is manager of Adair county part of the business 202t The little daughter of Mr and Mrs George Burton of Gentrys Mill died Jast Sunday of double pneumonia The s a body was buried in the grave yard at Bear Wallow near their old home The little one hadonly been sick about twoi days I Bring your poultry and eggs to the Northenn Poultry and Egg Co and get the highest price whether at Columbia or their Cane Valley house Coy E Dudgeon Manager Columbia 202t R B Wilson Cane Valley Mr Geo T Flowers Jr has with drawn from the race for Sheriff He requests the News to state that he is very thankful to all those who had promised him their support I have plenty of fertilizers for corn and tobacco ranging in price from 100 to 160 per hundred If you need any call and see me near the Columbia Roller Mill Soloman McKinley 203t Rev L T Reeves of Louisville fill ed his regular appointments at the Baptist church last Sunday forenoon and evening Good congregations were out The opening game of Base Ball for this season will be played atthe Lindsey Wilson grounds Saturday L W T vs B G I Cville Children and Misses ready jto wear hats for 25 and 50 cents Jafc S Fieldr Co 20tf V A t ilkmaids Convention liIWtre peated at the courthouse s day night t Mr J S Breeding is erecting a large barn back of his residence I want to sell all my flowers 1 2t Bettie W Butler t4r 3- f MR I S STAPP A Prominent Esteemed Citizen Pays The Debt Due From all the Living INTERMENT AT PROVIDENCE CHURCH On last Sunday at four p m Mr J S Stapp who had been lingering on the border land of death for several weeks yielded to the grim reaper and his spirit took its flight to the God who gave it The announcement of his death was not a surprise for his condition was known to be serious In January he was stricken by par alysis in one side and for three or four weeks there was some hope of his re covery but at that time he received the second stroke which showed plainly that the end of his earthly career was almost reached and his death has been expected ever since Apparently in the midst of good health and in the prime of manhood he was stricken in the twinkling of an eye bought from the active stage of life to a helpless hopeless condition to await the summons wnich is in store for all That hewas a good citizen and a man who had a strong hope and an abiding faith in the precious promises is not questioned by those who intimately knew him A man of deep convictions steadfast in his conceptions of right and unmovable in his devotion to principle and friends he had many who loved and admired him He had been unusually successful in business for a man in this section f country and had accumulated a good estate but no man in all the country was more generous to the poor or to religious or educational causes A man ofmeans he was a man of spmpathy and that kind that proved it by works To recount his many generous acts in thae in ad vancing religious and educational work frmore generous more than millions of his fellows who have been equally blessed In justice to his memory we can say that he was true to a friend and open convictionsand firm in any cause he espoused He was in his fortysixth year of life a member of the Providence Baptis- church which was almost the idol of hi existence he having built andequipped tliosgnooa terror and that he was ready and willing to go The funeral were conducted by Rev W B Cave i the Providence church crowded to it full capacity with friends throughout the county who were three to witness the last sad rites The body was ied near the church which he built and the beautiful flowers placed on the mound indicates his resting place and a tribute of love and esteem To his sorrowing wife three sons and two daughters The News joins their many friends in extending sympathy As owner and proprietor of the Co lumbia Spectator he was an agreeable opponent and never at any time cross ed the boundary line in business meth ods that would mar pleasant relations between the two offices Having in terests in various sections of the country he was a busy man all the while In connection with his sons he was engaged in the livery business in this town which the young men are left to conduct Celebrates ills 99th Birthday It was a happy little company of friends and relatives that met at his home March 11th to help uncle Flem Carter do birthday and rejoice with him that he is a spared monument o Gods wonderful mercy On the abov date the uncle was 99 years of age hav ing been born March 11th 1810 There is a wonderful streak of longevity at taching to this family all of family attained a ripe old age and his sister Mrs Acre of Adair county has reach ed the unusual figures of 94 Thos present were Mr Jack Lawless and wife Mr Belfield Phelps Misses Avi and Ada Walkup Mrs Stearman an Mrs McFarland Mrs MSMont Stevenson Mr Joe Barger an wife Mrs Saither Gridef Mr Calvi Acre Messrs Jrio B Wheat ana Tom JIaynes The uncle ceized the situation wi avidity and was not tobe but done laughing heartily many times during the day enjoying the thurst of repartees and retort courteous to fullest extent The repast prepared the good house wife assisted by a good woman present was enjoyed by everyone It ws a day to be remembered It is understood that a year hence which will be century mark with the it uncle the people of this country will give the old gentleman a thorough roundup W T Belk- OwensbY Ky Mrs Cecil Hurt and Mrs Emma Eu bank will be ready for their customers the latter part of this week Ladies are invited to call and see their elegant line of hats A twelve year old son of Mr C C Baker died at Burkesvijle last weekbHe was a great nephew of Judge Baker and closely related to the Her riford family this place We are ready to buy and receive your poultry and eggs and will pay the highest market price Located in the Sin clair building The Northern Poultry and Egg Co Columbia Ky 202t Montpelier Mill Company grinds and crushes corn every day Exchange flour for wheat Flour and ship stuff for sale Pay 110 for good wheat 20tf Montpelier Ky Mr M A Monday of Knifley will sill his two fine young Stallions Rex Paull and Colonel Peacock in his sale on April the3rd Both are very fine but Rex Paull has never been defeated in the ring Young Coffey left here last Friday with five good horses which they had entered in the Hustonville sale which takes place today They were accompanied by A Hunn and Son with three head of horses Hours are almost years to those who have suddenly beenmade unhappy The heart that feels the most is like a man trying to testify over the grave of a dear one His utterances are choaked and his reason halt Several letters came in too late for this weeks paper Among the num ber was an interesting communication from Rowena They will appear next week Letters should be mailed so as to reach us not later than Friday or Saturday takingarout life insurance should see J E Mur rellor John Lee Walker They represent the old reliable Connecticut Mutual organized in 1846 the best dividend paying company doing business Call namedspersons for information WATKINSt poultrydmany reme guaranteedtpure see you or you can get them from J H Pelley Columbia BGrantndaystbeing two new members Mr Geo W instructordthe Spring and Summer evenings th town may expect to be enlivened wit some excellent music Mr R Mont Feese was elected President and business manager by a unanimous vote Mr Clayton M Wheat who was born and reared in Columbia in a resi dence which stood where Mr Fran Sinclairs business house is located die in Dallas Texas two weeks ago He was about eighty years old He lef Columbia when he was a young man and had been living in Texas for many years He was a son of Milton P and Rebecca Wheat His father was one of the first merchants of Columbia A Republican Senatorial Convention will be held at Jamestown on Monday April 25 to nominate a candidate for the State Senate County mass con ventions will be held on SaturdayApril conSvention The district is composed of the following counties Adair Cumber HoneL T Neat is an announced candidate from Adair Kentucky Adair County 19091Upon preeand be changed as follows Be satHenry Corbins farm on Green River excluding him thence to straigh line to and excluding Wm Cor bin thence a straight line to the Sin copynengagetd brought fa Barlow knife to the News that was found in a poplar tree thirty six feet from thftgrqund It was i the horn part of t treeby hen off The tree which it was found was cut by Mr Asure Damron The knife had eyident ly been in the tree for ages It is this office and the owner can cell and get it vV fY The Union Revival Services The Pastors all made favorable men tion of the approaching Evangelistic meetings on last Sabbath The duty of prayerful preparation was urged up on the several congregation It was announced that the union prayer meet ing would be held at the Christian Church this week The Rev Johnson will lead the meeting There will also a ladies prayer meeting at the Pres church on Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock to which all ladies of the town are invited Mrs H A Walker will lead the meeting- A Committee appointed by the sever al churches will meet for conference at close of the Wednesday evening prayer meeting This committee will have full charge of the music andthe organization that will be necessary to accom plish the best results The new song books are expected to arrive at a early date The singing will form a most attractive and helpful part of the revival All who can and will take a part in singing are cordially and heartily in vited to do so On next Sunday evening the congre gations will unite their services at the Presbyterian church Rev Z T Wil Hams to preach the sermon It is alto gether probable that the local ministers will continue the services from that date until the coming of the Fvange lists on Wednesday and Thursday of next week When the attendance shall reach the limit of the churchs capacity the services win be conducted in the Courthouse With a united pray ing people earnestly working for the Masters Kingdoma great victory for theca se of righteousness will be the result May there be no faltering on the part of Gods chosen peolpe Public Speaking 1 will speak at the following times and places in the interset of my candidacy for County Attorney subject to the Primary to be held April 24th 1909Sparksville Saturday March 27th 2 p m Nelsons School House Saturday March 27th 7 p m Pleasant Ridge School House Mon day March 29th 7 p m Gradyville Tuesday March 30th p m Mt Carmel School House Thursday April 1st 7 p m 4pril2ndColumbia Monday April 6th 1 p m My opponent is cordially invited to be present at each appointment and will be granted a fair and equal division of time Everybody is invited to be present theiladies Tennesseeg Squirehcently returned from Texas and Mis Lula Dunbar of Knifley a daughte- of the late Pink Dunbar eloped to Tennessee and were married Mr Cassius Breeding and wife accompanied them This Tuesday morning th reachede atgroom is an us young man and the bride a popular young woman They will doubtless be forgiven Morgan Hutcherson The following invitation has been received at this office Mr and Mrs T C Morgan request the honor of your presence a the marriage of their daughter Miidredto Mr Gai her Conrad Hutcherson Wednesday March twentyfourth One thousand nine hundred and nine a seven oclock a m Ulysses Neb The groom has a number of in Adair and Green counties and visi ed here about two years ago Milkmaids Convention heldaat the Courthouse last Friday evening drew a very fair crowd notwith tandas ing it was an inclement night It w entertainment full of fun each delegate playing her part to perfection of freIs somewhat arbitrary in her rulings but subinittem d Credit for this very enjoyable meeting is due Miss Nettie Clark Have Seen Seven Generations atyMrsr WfLlotd of Cumberland county who is eighty eight years old i Iis still as vigorous in mind and body as ladies of fifty Counting herself she has seen seven generation of her family viz Her great grand father her grand father her mother a son a grand daughter and a great grand daughter Ladies sailers for 25 cents at S Field Co 20tf An infant child of Ethan Crawhorn died last Thursday night See the milkmiads at the Court eouse this Tuesday night B C I ball team vs L W T S ball team at Lindsey Wilson Park Satur dayatlpmIf a good mare or a fine young Stallion attend the Monday sale April 3rd at Knifley Young Coffey will have two fine horses and a Jack this season Adver tisement will appear next week If you need wire fence call on E L Sinclair Co They have the Pioneer at the lowest price 192t Remember the DoubleHeader at L W T S Park Saturday Admission 25c LindseyWilson vs BC I Cville Mrs Viola Sneed died in the Sparks ville country a few days ago She was about twenty years olda victim of consumption IMr N M Ttitt is having a brick built in front of his residence which will greatly improve the appear ance of the home The Pioneei wire fence sold for 25 to 40 cents per rod at E L Sinclair Co Columbia is the fence to use 192t The city authorities have received large consignment of tiling and the Town Marshall Mr J A Willis is now busy putting it down in needed places The Republican aspirants are now shaking the bushes Farmers have decided not to fell any trees until after the 24th of April fearing that a can didate might get killed 7Mr S P Barbee purchased las week the cottage on the street leading to the Fair Grounds and opposite the home of Mr E L Feese from Mr R G Payne for 400 It was a cash trans actionMr M W Garrett who lives in Taylor county and Miss Millie Bault of the Mt Carmel locality this county secured license from Adair county clerks office last week and were married The pike from here to Campbellsville is in rather bad condition in places bu the company does not deserve centure There is no way known to us to asup the pike will b Pusconstantlyr There was a great deal of groun Fodr scarce businessd b3tY are anxious for the farmers to get their crops and rejoice when favorabl- weather for their work comes Ever body depends upon the farmer Whe he prospers all other classes of business are in the same boat The April number of the Womans Home beautyIaccounttwri t ers for this magazine are the very bes that can be secured The matter contains monthly is wholesome and i structive the stories being the most shoultd Kentucky Send 15 cents for the April number and we feel sure you will be 1t25 e ing Co Springfield Ohio Mrs John Breeding has a puter bowl that is known to be one hundred and fifty years old and it looks as well as if new It was a wedding given to her grandmother Mrs Eliz beth Carter who was married in Peters burg Pa one hundred and fifty years ago and was presented by her mother It was made in England and is yet a bowl of considerable weight It has been in this state near one hundred years arid was brought here by the one who received itf S a present is highly appreciated by itspresent owner aa a relic that has been kept by the family so long and doubtless when the next century and a half has passed it will still be in the possession of so decendent of they same family but of iibre interesting history i f it A POLITICAL LIE To whom it my concern As usual as any election approaches the unscrupulous little two by four would be politician begin to think of some way that they can figure promi nently in electing or defeating some candidate Such has been the case in this end 8f the county It has been v proided and elected by the Republicans for Assessor of Adair county that 1 would be his deputy The person who started this be he Democrat Republica or Float er knows full well deep downi n his cowardly little heart that he stumpedas black a lie as his satanic nature would let him I am a Democrat and would not ac cept a deputyship under a Republican knowingHrwould not have a Democrat deputy un der any circumstances and the person who started this told a knowningly and wilful lie Respectfully- C G Jeffries Knifley Ky Notice To Farmers and Stock raisers o f Adair and adjoining counties I have veryfineAdair or adjoining counties also a Red Bird Stallion which will be registered this spring You all know the reputa tion of the Red Birds He has the size color and model over most of goodhorsesfor past favors with good will and kind treatment for the future Come and see for yourselfIVery Respectfully SOLOMON MCFARLAND 18 4 1 Cane Valley Ky aMr Silas Stephenson of Rowena Ky son of Mr and Mrs J M Steph enson and Miss Emma Vaughan daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Vaugh an of the same community were recently happily married at the home of J the bride in the presence of a few rela tives and friends Dr J 1 McClendon acted as best man and Miss Minnie Vaughan as brides maid Rev G A ceremontthe home of the groom where a bounti ful repast was served The groom is a prosperous young farmer and the bride a special favorite Valuable Farm For Sale 1 will sell my farm lying in east end of Adair county at Montpelier con taining 200 acres 85 or 90 acres in fine timber balance in good state ofrcultivation A good twostory dwelling and one good twostory business tenanttare cross fencedplenty of good water yours a Wheatt Christdby Rev Johnston The union meeting at the Baptist church last Wednes day evening was well attended and there were a number of very helpful talks These services are being held preparatory to union revival meetings Presbytere prayn the revival commences Mr Frank Cox son of Mr and Mrs Charley Cox died at his late home in afterf years exemplaryt accomPsluednwas a victim of spinal trouble and had been afflicted for more than a year The union meeting at the Presby terian church will commence Wednes day evening the 31st of this montDI singerhare expected to reach Columbia on that date Every body is expected to attend these services A special invitation is extended to people living out of town Salea d On March 27 1909 at my residence at Miami Ky Stock horses mules buggies corn hay hogs farming tools household and kitchen furniture Mrs Kate M Durham Administratix or Lucin Durham Dew ceased r vv Sk Buff Orpingtons 12 pure bred cockerels beautifulshape and plumage aty200 fromu tme x RC BakerS20tf Amanda leKy 4i wtj L tr j l tt j L f 2 J t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i t Cft UClt trt UC NNOUNeIeNTSt FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to announce that Mr J C Carter of Monroe coun is a candidate for the office of CIrcUItI Court Judge in this the 29th subject to the action of the Republican party 4 We are authorized to announce Geo- M Miller of Monroe county a candidate for Circuit Judge in this the 29th district subject to the action of the Republican party FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY We are authorized to annouce A A Huddleston of Cumberland county a candidate for renomination to the qf inlthistion of the Republican party r We are authorized to announce H S I Vanzant of Metcalf county a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney ill t rthe 29th district subject to the action of the Republican party CIRCUIT COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce that W T Price is a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county subject to the action of the Republican partyi We are authorized to announce Fred McLean a candidate for the office ofI clerk of the Adair circuit court jest to the action of the Republican party f FOR COUNTY JUDGE ri We are authorized to announce N H 5 r Moss of the Gradyyille country al candidate for the office of County Judge fof Adair county subject to the action 0 I of tile Republican party FOR COUNTY lWc are authorized ATTORNEYI touto lhe action of the Republican party t FOR SCHOOL jSUPERIKTENDENT f jWeare authorized to announce that Mrs Georgia R Shelton is a candidate CountySchoolaetion of the Repuplican party thaMissr Superintendent of Schools of Adair county subject to the action of the I Republican party FOR SHERIFF thaGeot r Sheriff of Adair County subject to the action of the 1IJ r FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce T C oAdairf f the Republican party r FOR ASSESSOR tr V tnaWIt AssessorVac o of the Republican party MWolford f t- a 1 otheft f 3 Breeding j 4f Walter the little son of MrI r John Glaywdlj is very low with j typhoid feyerat thisriting The jHigh Schoolat thi place under the management oft one of the best instructors i Adair county Miss Estelle Willis is progressing rneUp to the present there has been only 58 enIlolledMr Clarence Strange who has been quite sick is able to return to school t Miss Annie Strange was v ingher parents Saturday an Sunday oflast week Mrs Gv W Dillon gaye a fine dinner to the young folks Sunday the 7th All present enjoyed themselves Miss Helena Rundle y visited her uncle J N Hundley vlast week v i Sam Simpson was onjr the sick list last week V i rr tMr Andy Pettey was in our tQmjIr l s 1 r J I Callao Peru February 8th 1909 Editor News Thinking oflmy friends who are readers of The News would not object to a short letter from a foreign country First I must say that I belong to Uncle Sam or at least I have been under his command for the last 3 years 9 months and upon my arrival at New York City March 4th 1909 I will have circled the globe in Uncle Sams service also visited the principal countries and Cities of the world and at last Uncle Sam is not so bad after all It was the good ship Colorado which cost the Government seven million dollars that I made thiselang and memberable cruise The Colorado is a manawar and has the best gunnery record of any Ship in the American Navy At our last annual target practice at Madgelena Bay Mex ico Nov 16th 1909 the men of the Colorado made a worlds record of 25 shots 25 hits with the Sinch turrents in 3 minutes 45 seconds at a range of fin thousand yards As the result of this record the Colorado holds another record of having travel ed more miles than any other Ship in the U S Navy being i commission the same number of years from the time the Colorado left New York City in 1909 until we arrived in Panama tire Colo rado will have traveled eighty six thousand miles PANAMO PANOMA We arrived in Panama Dec UtS Pacific Fleet Many a boy at school has fallen down in a hard lesson in history but rarely a dullard so great as to fail in re cital of Balboa conquest of Pana ma and the discovery of the Pa cHic Ocean The attempt to di the Canal was first made by the Panama Canal Co a French company under the control of count Fur diand De Lesseps a noted obf the Suez Canal The extreme extravagance and foolish expedi tion proved the undoing of the company A second company was formed but also met with failure During the Spanish American War theimportance of an Isthmus Canal was realized on more than one occasion Had a water way connecting the two great Oceans been in opperation at that time or period the long journey and record brakinal un of the Battle Ship Oregon around j resJ duced to a trip a few days only present canal treaty be ntweed the United States and the signeid r 8th at Washington DC and the first canal commis1 lion was appointed by Presidentt Roosevelt on Feb 29th 1904 The length of the Cnayill be 4972 miles width of channel 1 from 200 to 500 feet depth 75 Gatuml6d5 square s atu Dam 7700 feetayerage excava tion January to November 1908 2750000 cubit yards United Stats paid to the Republic of Panama 10000000 also paid the French 40000000 for the Canal When the Canal is finished the Panamaians will receive 250000 annually Going from the Ship to La Boco the Pacific entrahceto the Canal vhere the liberties partres landed the masti Jpft a ghijf was seen extending ii if JtV J from the water The Snip to which the mast belongs is the LnutarollItTALCAHUANO CHILE On Dec 27th 1908 at 630 p m the fleet was under way for- Talcahuanoat twelve knots speed The next day Neptune was received with full honors with the following day a holliday was observed To avoid currents the Ship was kept well out ati Sea where we met cool weather unexpectedly considering the Equator January the 7 the speed was increased to fifteen knots so that the afternoon of the 8th found us off Talcah anaThe next day the 9th the fleet began putting on war paint the new slate color approved by Congress ordersfCity of little interest and was connected with Concepcion a much larger place by electric railway Owing to high tariff prices were exceedingly high makingit a poor liberty port VALPARAISO CHILE thee fleet got under way and stoo twelvejrdispeled forever the rumor of a fewnhours outside we parted with the procededito turned in Valparaiso Arriving there on the morning of the 15th we moored in column of fleet formation Valparaiso proved to be a very prosperous place where vile got eighteen dollars for five gaveIulating anything but wisdom The races at Vina delMar th gardens and homes about were very interesting A few hours Santiagogi was situated The trip however being long hot and dusty at the time of year was not so attract beenTheI especfialIymodel of a effeciency while their Navy in smartness and appeai ante ranks very high The Na tion as a whole is a very military sysiwere friendly and cordial to any one connected with the fleet and by there kindness won many friends among us We owe them a debt of gratitude which we hope sonic day to be able to pay in kind CALLAO PERU At 1130 Jan 21st we slipped our mooring and stood out fo wasispent in maneuvering and exer cising the guns until the morn j ing of the 27th when the anchor was dropped off at Call o Just jas the fog lifted above the har j bor we rounded the Island and stood to the anchorage forming in line of divisions at 600 yards intervals in which formation the manchor was let go The harbor was full of shipping both steam ofIand presented a very Srrather uninstering but the rail road station was close to the quay and electric cars run every five minutes for Lima only twenty five minutes away Here were fine shops beautiful plazas the big jCatherdal containing the ribones Pizzaro and many other i i f things of interest On Sunday a Bullfightwas held not one of our tame cows fight but a realI live Bull fight in which the rider and horse was killed It was 3eemeds the affair Calllao though with in 12 degrees of the equator was comfortably cool even at mid night and the overcast of the thatithere is no opportunity of a close inspection of Peru as the fleet 3Ifor so for all this nonsence I will- ingr off for this time hoping to Kentuckyjnear future Our ships arc sailing their pennants proudly wave There never have been sailors more Joyal or more brave lrAnd while one prayer is offered through all our peaceful land The nations watchand wonder and cannot understand The polished guns are gleaming the silent gunners wait Through peaceful days a n d stormy fateiThe stately columns follow the mighty flags lead watchdp- Or ships are sailing sailing behind the miles increase And from each mast head flutters t ei flag that signal peaceV The reefs and shoals before them have filled strong hearts with dread God grant they reach the heaven that lies so far ahead Not since tIle god of battles first caused a spear to his I Have men sent force for peace asthisjSo let the ships globe is spanned lasteshall understand tL R Morris FleetAN S S Colorado U Notice While our Merit Contest was on one year ago some friends of the contest ants ordered The News to be mailed to some of their friends and paid it for one year This was done with good theeto the crowded condition at that time we failed to keep a record of such sub whoInot wanted and it will promptly be dis continued If no order to discontinue- is received it will be understood that you desire the paper and that you will pay for it when bill is rendered We trust every one will renew but are ready to discontinue when notified x Care of Brood Mares The Nbrood mare that is about to bring a foal should be looked to as the time draws near Any quietpaddock or pasture will be heriin provided there is no shedded barn room to give her I If the mare is put in pas ture care should be taken to allow no mulesespeciallyI large in it These creatures seem to have so much curiosity about a young horse foal that they will SeparatIIed danger from mules Ic The Lurid Gowpf Doom anddeson of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied docIsave But wr seven bottles of Electric Bitters com pletely cured him 1For Eruptions t Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Elecr rig Bitters is supreme Only 50c Guaranteed by Paull Drug Go l4 r 1 CI ICJVC Gf rJO8N R BOBON- G5 EE SBl1RG ENTl1C Y i x tlas Erpoagh l I fi6nietttI1itt pence t to fence in Green and Adair counties J i S f The Stay wires an this fence are so attached that they cant slip on the 5 Line Wires The Harder You Pull the Tighter it Gets Jlm S fni C r E1oUu5 i l tlt ft iSf Poatoy flettina3 twoJto fence an Acre Chicken Yard on farm in the dtrc rr rrTarrrrcrrrrrz nrrrrrrmrrr rr44g rrrrrrncrm r rra- X00 6E14 0do406dr4 ddO i A ppgOflO a44 ao9f 0 o coaaoas14oo Q r9 II We quote a few items at our Everyday Cut Prices o vv J SSISSISSSISibarom S oa o 00 50c size 30cts eo Afla 0u a Ui size 60cts B 4 0 JJ 9 Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention and are Shipped on Day they are Received oa = 04 j CITY All PUARMACY U aQ TilE PROGRESSIVE AND UPTODATE CUT RATERS 6th Jefferson Opposite City Hall f 80 SAUTER lit ISAACS Prs Louisville Kyea QO G 4 4rAC 09 41ir b 4 f 4JW V30V0t VG W to 2W as 96 m + AZ ad0pssi r- a oooeoeeo eoo o e aess oo6ooogooeo oa ltoVOa i tIclothmg e e m 1 make a specialty of handling ladies furnishing goods and have I now a large stock on exhibition r V e x rMiPs Ermine Wilson 1 Russell Springs Ky eo e oeo e o noe oosseeoaae eo o o oo eeosays t n FRANKs CORCORAN HiShGrade fr Marble vCcrietecy work ofail kind t Granite WIIIIYODt Trade from Adair and adjoining counties W solicited 4 Main Street Lebanon Ky 4- a f l rITlSMQNEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLACE 4I v See Stock ofv my 1 M GENERAL MERCHANDISE rt tr tfoduee Wanted 0 W L SIMMONS vU HUMBLE KENTUCKY f t r r r III i i r i i Ii THEADAIRCOpNTYNEWS t jvwvfStw l vN WuI fi 1 J1 1 111 7 fIS 1r 11 71ii 1f S HUBBUCH BROS 71c IE 524 526 528 WEST MARKET STREET 7f I IE LlluDVSLLC J ii i- r v v CARPET AND RUG STORE J c 7 IJkLs 1 UflL 17 7 iE The public a selection sob oad and varied that every tasteEiE and every purse can be thoroughly satisfied Our buying r iz power is effectively demonstiatedby the fact that manu 7r IE facturers in need of funds appeal at all times first to the 7i 1Ei7R 1 1ii 7i v 1VtorsAhvavsWe1corneCoespondenceed 3lE 7i 1j 71s VV JII- Ti1l z1isizfI ISfLSII7I t 7Nii U G HARDW S Pres J H COCKE V Pres R II DIETZMAN Sec W T Pyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 MIliliWIGHTs I DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS I 1 GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIKTeeNTffMftlH LOUISUILL I I Sheet SMOKESTACKS Iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK SOLICITED IAll Kinds of Machinery Repaired j I The Louisville Trust II Company mACHINiSTS Southwest Garner LOUISVILL Organized under a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a generai trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin strator Trustee Guardian Receiver and to fill every prsi tion of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar bal and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength t V V V V V V V V e V V V V W Ii IIIS 4i7FZ S Fifth Avenue Hotel a 7iPIKECAMPBELL MGR7iS71 m IQ Refurnished Redecorated and e Q vmod Ie d A Firstclass Hotel at Popu 1- i j1 Jar Prices Convenient to Wholesale I7i 1and Retail Districts Churches and I71c I 7iTheatersQ FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE I1 1 N I FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN ANEX WALNUT STREETS ic I Louisville Kentuclcy- W j V i ii V ic iZ i 11 7iS 7i 4 7r A 1 I iI I 7i I 1 111 IN IN IN WILMORE HOTEL w M WII1IYIO E PlfOPI1 FirstClass Table Good Sample Room Feed Stable ibReasonableRates Q JtiDYllILLe KY T J unbatE- cnttGt r t OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JIjFFRIES BULLDING pHONE NO 40 RING OLUMBIA KENTUCKY r tr ji i Fifth and Market Assignee Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 Dr James Triplett Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCKf COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H StoneAt- torneyAtLaw v tf Will pra 5lice inJ this and adjoining counties Jamestown Kentucky q feet our prices ox stock fciljs xi f IKEEN IBiAGINATJON The Way One of His Lectures Affected Louis Agassiz Children are not the only holders of irntginatiollThe wnfandsiajsin makes demands on the neryes and strength is shown in the following anecdote related by the late Moncure Daiiiel Conway in his autobiography Hwaatone time a PUPil of that fa mous man of science Louis Agassiz One particular lecture Agassiz de yqted to displaying some fossils of sau riaus nqwly come into his Collection He made the subject a text for a gen etal review ot the chain of reptilian life As he proceeded darting off twthe blackboard to illustrate comparing the extinct with the contemporary fauna he became more and more animated His face reddened with excitement Until at last he said Geiitlemen1 ask you to forgive me if today I end the lecture at this point although the hour is not but I assure you I have been describing these ex tinct creatures until they lave taken on a sort of life They have been crawling hissing darting about me I haTe heard the crawling ind hissing until 1 am really exhausted I regret it gentlenofen but I trust you will excuse me iQui admiration for the grand teach such as to make us break through all rules and we gave him a h prty cheer He bowed low to us and Quickly disappeared UEYE EXERCISE I One Method by Which Poor Vision- May Be Improved HVc you a high roof was theap t payefatly irrelevant question put by r the distinguished Oculist to the woman who ljnd complained of having bad V eybsj Higher than the roofs of the surrounding houses Fc1i5 yes said the womanua good deal higher If Then what I want you to do said heVis to go up there every day and hatlmany pairs of eyes in New York is that you exercise them so little at long range They are used to looking at short distances only Long distance looking is good for eyes Persons who habitually have a wide expanse of sea or plain to gaze upon very seldom have weak eyes Of course you can not move out to the plains neither can you spend a life on the ocean wave but you can let yOur sight travel across the Hudson river every day i and I advise you to do itNew York Press Vagaries of Memory The vagaries of the old mans mem ory are indeed curious Lord Hough- ton told Sir Mouritstuart Grant Duff that he had once been present when Lord Lyndhurst and Dr Lushington were asked what was the most inter esting thing that they remembered Oh said Lyndhurst undoubtedly the day which I spent with Washing ton at Mount Vernon Oh said Lushington undoubtedly the week which I spent with Burke at Beacons field Naturally they were asked to tell something of what had passed on these occasions but neither of them- I could remember anything whatever There is much to be said for assisting the memory of good things with a diary as Sir Mouutstuart himself did London Chronicle iPad For a Peep at Royalty 1In the eighteenth century the Lon could look at royalty on Sunday for a modest fee Ina guide to Lon don published in 1767 it was said At St James chapel royal by knocking at the side door and slipping a shilling for each person into the hand of the i verger who opens it you may have ad mittance and stand during divine serv ice in the presence of their majesties and for a shilling each person more you may sit in their royal presence not in pows but in turnup seats on the side of them A Vague Idea IDuiing his first visit to a farm little came into the house crying softly What is the matter dear asked mother II went out to see the cows and they didnt give nothing but milk sobbed the boy iWhat did you expect inquired the mother IIm not sure what I expected re Willie but mother where does beef tea come from 1 Judge HintIyoung student thoughtfully when I get interested in a sUbject I never stop until I have em braced it thoroughly Thats nice was the hesitating re ply Dodo you think Im an interesting subject Great Expression They tell me Grimley that your daughter sings with greatS expression Greatest expression you ever saw Her own mother cant recognize Tier j face aid wlten shes singing norne Her Insects Wings The wings of the housefly vibrate 385 times a second those of the honeybee 440 yerYone complains of the badness of his memory but nqbocfy of his judg ment La Boctiefoucaijildv j vVV s iffw fenJ5 A SPLENDID OFFER You can get The Louisville Times regular price 500 a year and The Adair County 3501Iafternoon paper printed a n y where x fs es1tCovers the Kentucky T field p rI ICovers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest ket reports rparj Democratic in poHticsrbut fair to everybody Send your subscription right away to this papernot to the specialfjlow rate is good only for mail subscriptions and we cannot accept orders for the Louisville Times where that paper has a regular agent who furnishes papers by the month Two papersfor less than the price of one Crossing the Llano Estoc dqor Stacked Plains l Editor News On Thursday December 10th 1908 we left Coke county Texas It was a lovely afternoon and aswe met quite a lot of friends and neighbors we did not go a great distance till we camp ed for the night The next morning we started again crossing into Mitchell county and on the following reachedjthecounty Here my uncle shipped his farming implements and the writer bought a fine gun and af ter obtaining necessary provisions we drove out of town and camped near the Colorado River From Colorado City we took a northwest course passing some TexIcorner of Scurry county we en tered Borden county and saw nothing in the way of industries gotinear Gail the county seat which- has a population of some 200 peo pIe together with grocery and dry goods store post office blacksmith shop and a news paperI yes and a jail consisting of aI dugout covered with sheet iron ITwelve miles from Gail we paid our last respects to every stick oftimber except fence posts and then went upon the Cap Rock then we were actually on the Plains Keeping our northwest course we entered Lynn county andI came to Tahoka the county Now here is a little town only five years old that is an example for any town of three times its age Vie spent one night in Tahoka J A blizzard caught us here but we resumed our journey but taking a course almost west ward until we came to a little place called Meadow in Terry county Here we spent two days and I must say that I have never spent the same length of time in a finer looking country l From Meadow we again took a northwest course stopping across the line in Hpckley county at the JE ranch to get information in regard to roads v After passing itheK ranch t f j 5S I we struck the old Seneca Trail leading to the head of the Yel low House Canyon on the Yel low House ranch and located in the northwest corner of Hock ley county Here I saw my first salt lake it contained several hundreds of acres of land but was dry We went across Cochran coun ty into New Mexico For game we had Mexican quails Bob White Antelope and Coyate Wolves for sport Well Mr reader guess what wedid for wood I will close V r 0 L Smith i Richlandj NM The Adair County News and the Louisville Times both one year for 350 Permelia Lee Patterson How sad to think we have no grandn1othernowrShe died February 24th 1909 Tis under as heavy a cloud of sorrow seemingly as could over spread bwith a grief stricken heart and teardimmed eyes that I try to write this in memory of our grandmother The melancholly intelligence of grandmothers death has eXIpressmy Truly we live in a world where solemn shadows are continually falling upon our path shadows that teach us the insecurity of all temporal blessings and warn us that here there is no resting place But this should comfort us knowing that grandmothers whole faith was in Christ Jesus and her last sweet words were that she did not dread death in the least that Christ had paid the debtt She was ready for the Masters call and while it is hard to give her up it is a consolation to know that she is numbered with the Angels i n that Celestial City where there is no sickness nor death We speak of death but really there is no death for those who die in the Lord It is only a separation from a sinful world to be received and crowned in the heavenly home Was it not for the thought that we can gO and live with her in a better world than this How could we bear it Grandmother tnou hast left Children grandchildren and all To share the joys with grandfather In the beautiful home above A loving granddaughter Ethyl Cheatham Holladay Custer Oklahoma READ IllU I SPECIAL A Few Spraying Donts i f Dont fail to spray every sea son It is impossible to deter mine in advance whether ornotithe plant or tree will be attacked Proper spraying is never injurirous IDont wait till the fungi has l- attacked plant or tree the fungi cides are merely preventives and should be used early in the spring After the desease has developed it may be too late to save the plant Dont spray during or just r after shower or when there has been a heavy dew Much of the solution will be washed offor it will collect in spots Wait till the leaves are dry Poison is more effective when applied tojithe leaves when dry t Dont spray on top of the leaves only spray the under where r the pest hide and be particular r to keep your liquid thoroughly agitated Dont put your sprayer away after using it until you have thoroughly cleaned out all the spraying mixture If this is left in the pump will be injured the glands and valves clogged Dont spray only the trees fiom which you expect to get market able fruit Spray all the trees otherwise the trees you go to the trouble to spray early in the sea son may become infected laterby the unsprayed trees An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure A Tariff For Revenue The Democratic party for many years advocated a tariff for revenue This phrase was bit terly attacked by the Eepubli can party who took the position in many platforms that it favored a tariff for protection Has the Republican party abandoned another one of its cardinal doc trines and again accepted another of the well known Democratic principles It looks very much like it Here is what President Taft said in his inaugural ad dress in the making of a tariff bill the prime motive is taxationS and the securing thereby of airevenue This is taking the last button off of Jobs coat Having taken from the Demo crat party railroad regulation incometax destroying trusts now it has appropriated the lastSdoctrine which distinguished r4f Democracy from Republicanism tariff for revenue Well they are welcome to it if they give it to usE Town News 1909 1909f I ITHE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY mqr itu mng 1imt FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS 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andfromStatistics of the Panama Canal Great Lakes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska philip- pines Area and Population of States and Coun tries The Original States and those admitted The Evening Post Kentucky Governor Wall subscribefortlieSixMouths at JSOOby Mail This price only for those who cannot Evening Post de1iv red- byCanierorAgent Send Sample Copy and full description of gttheTHE EVENING POST IwtfwHks iCy PRICE i isitt f a a ON THVWALLATLAS- ANS THE EVEWNi fOST i f rj IYOURSHARE I TO J I I AUltlIHEWIIIHR I J wnHT s AP 1 iL 1 t t1 4 THE ADAiR COiTNTYNEWSs tlt t1 ix Qi nty ItlU Published Every Wednesday J BY THE i 1ftjdajfOIinty an Y i ij rtEDIToso j f Democratic newspaper devoted to the nteres Adairiit Entered at the Columbia Foatofflco as second clan mail matter 1 WED JiARCH 24 1909 Iae+ st t c x twt txx- 9 IJ f IN1OUNQeMeNT3FOR We are aushorized to announce Hon M Rey Yarberry a candidate for CounI ty Attorney of Adair b21beldHon M Rey Yarberry anI pounces his candidacy for Coun I ty Attorney of Adair in this issue of the News snbject to the action of a Republican primary to be held Saturday April 24th etcellent gentleman throughout the county He was born i Cane Valley precinct studdied law and grauated at the George Washington University Wash ington D C received instr ci fions from such eminent Jurists as John M Harlan David J Brewer of the Supreme Court of the U S was admitted t0 thebrin 1903 and is alsoa memr ber of the bar of the Court Appeals of Kentucky was a sistant Elector for the Stateat plargeAlternate Delegate from th Stateatlarge to the National3 Convention in 1908 The only elective office with a salary at tachedever held by Mr Yarj berry was a member of the Ken tucky Legislature during which time he served as the only R publican o n the GobelTaylor Contest Committee He was Chairman of the Republican par parsixyears and has been an active Campaigner for sixteen years1 past during which time he hA been called into close Distric such as the 9th and 10th to con tribute his aid to the party That he is thoroughly prepared to di tSt fIcharge the duties of County A 1torney is not a question in the fI minds of any one and that his t active persistent battles made t panfare cal devotio n can not be questio- ed As a man he stands with- outr the stain of a bad habit a1id his education and preparation for lifes work achievements of hisj1 own energy and talents are evidences of his activity in every line of work in which he has en1 gaged In the position in which he has worked for the Gover- ment he has filled to the full satisfaction of those who emI f ployed him He submits his dei sires to the Republicans of thisJ county under the promise that he will do his whole duty if nominated to win and if elected will not shirk a duty in the hon orable discharge of the business which would offliallycome to him Governor Wilson im hiss reply to the AntiSaloon League ask ing that he call ran e raS1 sionofthe Legislature fiitbef rV t i purposfe Of passing a uniformI t County Unit Localv Q don LawjI answers i n ira unmistakable r iJiSif ritjii 4 v fiKv r j i terms He refuses to make the call on the grounds that no extraordinary condition exists He states that neither he nor hIS party was Ple lgedtoProhibitio- the n Jn last State electioriandtha t he declared plainly in his open ing speech at Miysville that he was not for Prohibition It will tobe remembered that the Repub licans in that campaign openly asserted that Mr Wilson and his platform were with the Anti Saloon people that his election was the salvation of the cause In his opening speech he said that he was for the County Unit the precinct and city if our memory is correct and we stated at that time that his position was an open endorsement of the Li quor interests but it was not so accepted or construed by the temperance Republicans the AntiSaloon League and the dis gruntled element in general At that time it was known that the Liquor people were outspoken and active for Mr Wilsons elecI peoIj thxe Governor call an extra session of theinr purpose which h e flatly and bluntly refuses to do We beI lieve the Governor is well in the keeping of his party pledges that he nor his party is commit ted to the proposed legislation and that constitutionally he is 1actingloon League ought to keep itself partiesofmeassiu it desires is a just payment or its alliance with the Liquor cameai gn that defeated the party and nominees that were pledged to carry out the great fight it hadlso successfully begun worke The extra session of Congress ofIany t Igreat worth to the country Its convening was mainly to reVIse beitnecessary to create additional revenue to meet the enormous thatsletsficits for the last two or three years The Tariff bill has ali ready been prepared and is inj charge of the committee With it is carried an inheritance taxIiand the issuing of more clear up the deficit Now in the tydays of Grover Cleveland an is sue bonds happened and the distrucntion and incompetent manage ment In the days of Teddyr the terriblea bond issue was but the Protectionists to howl Now in the bud hood of the Taft reign a bond withIa muchnthe Tariff will be revised can not be stated and what will be theIbacks of the great common peo pie is likewise unknown In theIsome appearance a bonded proposition Capt Thas C Jones who was an Uncle of the wife of former iUnitedates Senator Wm Lind say died at Frankfort last week oldeSvas a gallahtsdldierjnthe Con federal Farmy and after the clpse of the wrar beqame 2rqmi ment in Kentucky politics He L41Rct J i T4Z1 served 6 yrs as clk of Court Appeals and for several yearswas Consul to Funchal Madeira Islands 7 J3 f DB Cooper and Robin Cooper charged with the murder of the late exUnited States Senator E W Cormack tvere given twen years each in the penitentiary An appeal will be taken and until the decision of the higher Court the Coopers will be at lib eachlSharpwas a quittedI Hon N H of Casey county whose candidacy for Circuit Judge in this the 29th judicial distsict has been announced for several months authori zes The News to state that he isr no longer a candidate for position Mr Aaron is an ex ciellent lawyer and his many friends will regret his withdrawal IMr Tafts message to Con theImessage was not lengthly but a speedy reduction was urged He legislaI bill was passed Judge Harts instructions to CooperCarmacktcase words Evilreports are now being l 11ICTfll d p published from the black tobacco district A number of plant beds have been distroyed Basil Born to the wife of Ezra Ben nett a few days ago a girl beentyMr James Coomer and wife of Cane Valley were visiting the latters mother of this place a few days last week Mr Riley Keltner has recently moved to his new dwelling which he erected near the site of Cool Spring church Dr Ben Taylor of Bridgport was called to the bedside of little Edward Taylor last week who has been suffering with rheuma tIsmCP Coomer and wife and Mr Harris and wife spent the fourth Sunday at A J Gowens The surprise birthday dinner given Mrs Fannie Coomer last Sunday by her children was a very enjoyable occasion Each child bringing a useful present and a basket well loaded with something nice to eat Everyone is in sympathy with Mrs Kittie Coomer of this place the death of her father who ffdied the 29th of Feb Mr Wilson Yarberry was wellknown through this community having lived near here several years He was sixtyfour years old the day he died He leaves a wife and eight children all of whom reside in Adair and Metcalfe except Mrs Mont Harper who lives at Gainville Texas J JKKE Will MontpelierKy t JAKE is a bay stallion 15 hands high very handsome and po perIin every particular and will measure up to your demands if thejboth sides in the second generation If Ham bletoniaIi 10 is conceded II onlybeingrare binding In every instance money is due when colt is foaled mare trad accidentsJoe Williams IIII E3H 8E30QB HMATS QI Garden Seeds Millet Dt Seeds all kind of Field Seeds Buggies Haral g ness Corn Drills Wire and Wire Fencing Post = I- SeatsII I I 1 r Large and Small Corn Shelters I s Disc Harrows and Pulverisers i J f H PHEPLS JK a f rr v v JAMESTOWN m i1 i =QE=G f3ODoo oa O JC i a t 0 1r a t a j 1 f fL See the Great Majestic Range in Opperatiori i 1in our New Store IJJ Every Day Opening WeekI RES FREE 15OO JTWORTU MERC11ANDISET iili i Will be given ABSOLUTELY FREE to the Person Making the Larg est Purchase i in Cash During our Opening Week from Monday April 5th to Saturday April 10th Inclusive = t Tf We will have about fifteen Hardware Buggy Harness Implement and Machinery experts from the various factories that manufacture- our goods with us during the week and it will pay you to come in whether you J desire to purchase or not r 4 k1 ThE BUCANf NLYON h COMPANY r INCORPORATED CAMPBELLSVILLE KY t A H Souvenirs for Ladies I l and Souveniris for Gentlemen the Week of April 5th to 19thc S f InclusIveIi t r j L h 1 rt f tiwrFj tI i r t i iilIfriTE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 LOUISVILLE MARKETS i Latest Quotations on Live Stock + oot to tP3 f I CATTLE 45058Beeff Fat heifers and cows 3 005 00 Cutters 200300 Canners 1 00200 Bulls 200400 Feeders 300500 Stockers 2254 50 Choice milch cows 35004500 Common to fair cows 15003500 HOGS Choice 160 to 200 690 Mediums 130 to 160 625 Pigs 500560 Roughs 580 down i SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs 06 Culls 0305 Fat sheep U 04 down ColumbiaMarket POULRTY Turkeys u vv 69Chickens L 10 Ducks 08 GRAIN Wheat 115 Corn 60 Stock items Sarah G Bird sold one mare to Tink Miller for 7525 one to Abraham Col lins for 85 one mule to George Morri son for 4025 sold two hogs to same party for 1525 George Morrison sold two hogs to S L Murrell at 460 per hundred seven to L W Bennett for 460 per hundred John Conover bought a pair of mules from Bob Orton of Rockhouse Bottom Clinton county for 210 Y E Hurt bought two head of cattle from Brack Cain for 53 Robert Gadberry bought one cow from Mr Coomer for 20 James Frankum sold five head of hogs to L W Bennett for 425 per hundred Evan Loy bought one cow and calf from James Frank um for 2250 J L Johnson bought three hogs from Mrs Ella Blair price unknown Gadberry cor 000 Roscoe Sublett purchased a hors from Willie Gupton for 130 Dr W B Helm recently sold a span of work mules to Alonza Howard Greensburg for 375Thurlow cor 000 Grover Henson bought of Charlie Bryant three yearling calves for 40J- A Williams of Montpelier bought a thorough bred duroc jersey boar from Evans eros for 1250Edith cor 000 B A Coffey sold one mule to Dock ffMItffljmJ21 bh =mL Franklin for 115 James McKinley bought one cow from George StePhen- son fQr25 Thomas Hadley sold his old family horse to Sam Thurman for 30 RowesX Roads cor jrr rMrox en last Monday for 50 Keltner cor 000 Tim Cravens sold his roadster horse to L A Spalding of Lebanon 175 He bought a young combined horse from Young Coffey 000- Mr J T Woldridge sold his yearold colt that had the misfortune to get one of its eyes knocked out The price unknownJabez cor Preaching Next Sunday J H Rood Clear Spring W H C Sandidge Edmonton W S Dudgeon Bethlehem F J Barger Creelsboro ZT Williams Columbia- J R Grider Mt Vernon J N Walbert Harrodsfork J RCrawford Columbia G Dockery Union Chapel and East ForkSA R Kasey Tabor J A Johnston Pleasant Ridge W B Cave Liberty Good Revival Rev R L Tally closed a good reviv al at Glensfork last Sunday night with sixteen additions to the Methodist church and 2050 collected for Mission ary For Sale A desirable home in Columbia Apply to Mrs Venia Coffey 193t For SaleirlS head of yearling cattle and caves S T Hughes 192t Bliss Ky SlaverIA merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention liverIthat invites appendicitis curing Consti MalariaeHeadache and Indigestion 25at Paul Drug CoIIt Saved His Leg AU thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swensoh Watertown WisTen years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at lastlaid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well Infallible for Skin Erup tions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Paull Drug Co IiJttas 8 girth Urs 1J6JtR1tnnrlh 11 rlltflh 1 afurimij iHarrli 27 13B0J tvljUrittmt of iSarr attti IBrautiftil oi 1 r illinrry 6hI ifJNrrhtvear f f 11nlsI r mdti- l1 a tI7f atntf t r j t rI 1nit arr rurbiallij tituU Ii tn Iii pitS1ut iiic7itV Room First Floor at Russell Co m f BE30E3HE380HOO fc C8E3Hoa 3Q8000H 3 t Newly furnished If Conveniently located W 0 If A firstclass Restaurant in connection Q If Neat Clean Rooms A tf 1 I The Hudson House a Q I 11Rates 100 Per Day I D 1 am also prepared to furnish Q t Anything inlh rYM1j4J I I 1jf Your nJl inss C licitedt 1L c j faj kH iJ t 3 1 aR08T HUDSON Columbia Ky a- I y1 Jtr 1 f t3 InSNext door below Citizens Bank on Campbellsville Jke1II If I DOaOCIE x oeclooaCJE r i r L PERSONAL w JI jMrscircuit court last week Mrs Marvin Young has been quite sick for the past week Mrs J P Hutchison who was quite sick last week is better Miss Minnie Kemp will leave for Knoxville in the mqrning Miss Ollie McElroy of Campbellsville is visiting Miss Clara Wilson Miss Iva Parrish of Bakerton is visiting Miss Laura Herrif ord Mr Lucien Leach Esto was here Friday enroute to Grammer Ind Mr Luther Williams Montpelier went to market the first of the week Messrs R T Baker G W Brock man and Finis Baker were here yester day Miss Stella Jones Montpelier visited her aunt Mrs Simeon Murrell last week creekispentweek Miss Fannie Jones spent several days of last week with friends in Greens burg Mr Oma Goode of Campbellsville was mixing with his friends here last Saturday Mr J T Ramsey Campbellsville was here Saturday and did this office a favor Thanks Mrs W K Azbill will leave on a visit in the morning for Indianapolis and Cleveland Miss Nannie Humphress of Hovious this county is visiting Miss Ollie In gram this city Mr L T Bradshaw who has been out West returned to Adair county about one week ago VagIgenerSaturday afternoon merchanttailorCampbellsville Saturday in Columbia 1rDr J H up = dy ville Thursday He stated that his wife was much better Mr John N Murrell is still confined to his room with rheumatism but he is thought to be improving erl1daughterKy Middlesboro Record ivvV Mr Henry Todd who boards at the Hancock Hotel was quite1ll for OjseverI al hours last Thursday highji Mr Geo W Staples i howas doing ial duty in the revenue service ye1 turned home several das agovv t Mrs H W Cundiff who lives near MtV Pleasant and who Has been quite sick for several days is improving Mr A G Todd has returned from Texas He left his daughter almost recovered from a serious spell of sick ness Dr J E Grant and wife after mak ing a short visit here startedon their return trip to Gongola CZ last Wed nesday Hon Geo Nell who has been in the revenue service stationed at Atherton vine returned jome last Wednesday afternoon MrLA Spalding of Lebanon rep resenting the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company was here a few days weekI Eubank and wife returned from Lojretto last week Mr Eubank had been doing special work in the rev enue service Miss Ursula Koelsch of Cincinnati trimmer for Mrs Cecil Hurt and Mrs Emma Eubank Arrived Saturday night and is stopping with Mrs Hurt wasIttleImentButler Mr BA Harper and daughter of Gradyville were in Columbia today belmailedFrancisco Miss Ernestine Kosser of Louisville an experienced milliner has been employed to assist the Misses Eubank this season She arrived a few days ago and has entered upon the discharge of her duties Irvins Store rIWe have ad several14ays of pretjy weather and our farmers have beenwrldngover time iThe wheat crop in this section lookbetter than for years butt still old wheat isyworth110in r 7 1f 1 Ci Shoes Shoes Shoes will this new come best will for last still yet Re this sale sale new T O O O O can suit and all nv 4O local cents The sick We had usual and the will get little rest not many and by now time old rubbish during the till the hot Mr Doss and Last fall and early winter before we had = cided to close out our we had placed large orders shoe manufacturers for our entire spring of shoes orders were not subject to hence we had come on We are now receiving the largest line for the spring trade we have ever had= = all the Lasts and Leathers in Mens Ox = 1PatentsLadies Oxfords Engish Ties Pumps Buttons c 1 i in all the New Colors and Leathers v Boys Misses and Childrens SHOES OF ALL KINDS l We continue to sell stock = so at a sacrifice and advise you to at once and buy your spring shoes This is the opportunity you have to buy cheapWhile our sales in all departments have been immense the 60 days we have a large stock to be disposed of = Imember is no of old shoddy stuff but a genuine closing out of New Clean Up= to= Date a few days a stock of desirable Millinery Goods i11 beI ctopenedt ponrourfirs floorand the ladies will be invited to inspect that iffi SJtvV RUSSELL COO In 00 9 + O a00s + OOOOOOss 000-ykt W w ooIrO rA W w IJ countermand Merchandise i r if you need a good Wagon Buggyfor Surrey we you Saddles Harness kinds of Farm Implements on hand + I oQ4 n WANTPPi 6P tD OIL W W o The Vulcan Plow r- O W sisone of the Strongest and i We Sell Qasdine Engines Saws Feed Mills Etc i 0 Wm F Jeffries Sons Give us a call in Columbia Write or wire us n3r annnn our Corn is at 50 of our community are all better have more sicknessthan we hope doctors a if sa dollars theway it is to begin cleaning tip thasI accumulated winter afe ifr Ismot J6ng sun shines f H John famiiYofJ J 1I de stock with ti lines These to let them of New al In w county have been visit ing in this neighbonhood for a few days Their son who has been dangerously sick is better The wedding predicted in our last letter came off on schedule partiesbeingplace and tyEr Lpncoe Meecej of n iEli Both are splendid youn pe pI and here is tiiem inucli jby through life There isa new Dot at Bryant k f itJ tK We can meet the de= imands The Green Seal is the Best r Best Made td c 0 when market dull r 1 shoes them Pulaski wishing ariilr success r Paint V V V PSmithsto multiply and replenish theA1 earth is being followed if alKi othere are neglected We were sorry to read of thel rellNearly a and aU liked him 4t He could get u moire subscribers than apy solici TrulyI Jf News kc r f Sti q i 6 THE ADAIR COtTNTY NEWS Ovvcnsby tlA ifewboy at Mr Green Cains Robert Roe of near Colum bia was here last week with a pair of mules he purchased of Bill Collins r t 1Mr and Mrs Sammie Long x isited their daughter Mrs IVI 3C Owens oneday last week Miy c S Walkup the tomb Jfitbne man of Columbia was do king business ln this section a few days ago p P G Grider sold a horse to C G Holt the same party bought one of E L Reese pGilmore Burton and son Elijah sold a small farm to James Dun1 bar of Wolf Greek MrDunbar 1 is a soninlaw of Shelby Wit hams We will be glad to have him with us Mr M 0 Stevenson and little Daughter Mary of near Columbia visited the formers parets Mr and Mrs J H Barger last week Mrs Sterman and daughter Miss Josie j7isiteq at J H Bar gers one day last week v Mr Edward Aaron Denmark visited her mother Mrs Mary Winfrey Jamestown last week G F Eastham and tPhelps Esto have formed a partnership and purchased an ti engine and grist mill They will have it ready for operation soon t Larn McKinley the produce man of near Russell Springs is weekiAunt Sis Ramsey jof near k Creelsboro visited at Sam Aarons last week juher aunt Mrs M 0 Stevenson v at this writing Ella r r Mr Junius Holt who has been i sick is out againIt Little Almer Pike son of Mr Henry Pike of Coburg is visit ing his aunt Ella Pike at this place Mrs Dave Dillingham is on th sick list 4Born to the wife of Mr Montie Tarter the 7tha son w hiws mother in Russell county Sunday Miss Matra Dillingham visited the family of Mr Sam Williams last week Mrs Ella Pike returned home from a visit to Coburg Wednes day accompanied by her sister Miss Mattie Ayers and little nephew Almer Pike Rowes X Roads Born to the wife of Asa Ham inonds last week a girl Rev CR Dean preached an able sermon at Oak Grove last Thursday night The quartely meeting at Union chapel last Saturday and Sunday was largely attended The birthday dinner at old uncle Jonathan Blakeys March 4th as usual was largely attend edMter 75 ate to their fill there were twelve baskets full taken up The dinner closed as usual with religious services con ducted by Rev J F Turner J0MissNora Selby is on the sick Jist this week t v Miss Liza A the daughter of Bart and Rose Ann Blakey died March 6 1909 in her 44th year vHer funeral was reached by terrtittv which she was laid to1rest in J l ic1ti Gjr t i lrt wo1Imourn lre Mrs Zura Marcum is at her dangerousI Walter Oakes and wife spent the dayatOljie Buchanan last Sunday Beldon Helm and wife were at Thomas Hadleys last Sunday night Miss Flora Cook visited her l sister Mrs G B Helm one night last week Jim Coffeys baby was bur r ied at Mt Pleasant church near Esto this week goneIThis time it is old aunt Mirah Cook She was born June 3rd 1831 was married to William Cook May 2nd 1856 died March 1st 1909 Aunt Mirah embraced religion and joined the United Brethern Church at the old Bar bres chapel about 60 years ago Some 8 years ago when her confessioniAunt Mirah joined that church- with him at Esto Her husband died in April 1862 she has lived sinceeShe now leaves behind her one son his wife two grandsons two grand daughters and many friends She was laid to rest at nowIThe funeral services were held by Eld F J Barger and James Helm in the presence of many sorrowing friends I would just say to the son and many friends ust lookup Jesus doeth all things well there is a better day for his people Aunt Mirah goodbye for awhile we will see you again J Near Death in Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to face death For years a severe lung trouble gave me intense suffering she writes and Several times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Then Dr Kings New Dis cureso permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond Pa It works won ders in Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages LaGrippe Asthma- Croup Whooping Cough and all Bron chial affections 50e and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Dell W 0 Upton and family of Illinois are visiting Mr Uptons parents at this place They will return to their northern home soon Farmers of this vicinity have I not done much plowing yet on account of so much rain Wheat is looking promising in this community justIclosed at Jones Chapel There were four convertions It was conducted by Bro James Sulli van Gad erry t Sowing grass seed in the order of the day in this part r The wheat crops are looking fine in this section Miss Marahda Willjamsof Still water 0 Iaa her sister Mrs U D Hurt at this place Eld W F Lloyd of Creelsbpro filled his regular appointment atc Smiths chapel last Sunday with a interesting subject Mr W 0 Johnson made a business trip to Columbia last week Mrs Tenniey Dohoney visited Mrs Nettie Johnson last Saturday Messrs Mart and Marvin Loy visited relatives at Bliss last Saturday night andSunday Miss Susie and Master Jessie Miller Morrison were the guest of Mrs W 0 Johnson Thursday of last week Mr and Mrs J R Johnson of Columbia visited relatives at this place last Sunday George Morrison transacted business at Glensfork last week Mr and Mrs Sam Allen Visited their sister at Portland last Saturday and Sunday Several from this place attend ed the singing at Pierces chapel last Sunday conducted by Profs Turner and Darnell Mrs Emily Burton is visiting her sister Mrs Mary Caldwell at PortlandR of Columbia transacted business at this place last week Mr and Mrs Robert Price and Mr E R Willis were the guest of Mr and Mrs W W Dohoney last Sunday- Rev AR failed to fill his appointment at Tabor lastr Sunday on the account of high water Mr and Mrs W P Phelps of Glensf orkwere the guest of MorrisoneFriday of last week- J R and S L Murrell pur chased a small farm from L B Hurt of Columbia last week Price paid unknown Mr and Mrs Simon Taylor Eld W F Loyd Misses Mattie Frinkum and Susie Morrison were the guest of Mr and Mrs R W Hurt last Sunday Mrs Sarah G Bird request me to write as follows I do hearti ly extend my thanks to all who were so kind and attentive to me during the sickness and death of my husband James W Bird who was called to a better land Feb 15th and also to Dr Miller I for his close and skillful atten tion The Pioneer wire fence the best in the market for the money Sold by the the E L Sinclair Co Incorporated 192t Columbia Ky f f f f S S r r W S r r S r r V KIMBLE HOTELJ W KIMBLE PROPRIETOR GOOD ROOMS 100 PER DAY JtJt GOOD BEDS SAMPLE ROOM FREEr LIVERY AND FEED STABLE If9Jf5 fWRIJSSELLSPRINGSKENTU KY 4 Daily Louiswlle Post and The Jidair Hoptf Hews I yr 350r j J tj ot a J Z 1 wvj SXiib 16 fat As an individual he is rather plain but not any more so than Red Bird On account of his pain individuality for years old Red Birds worth as was hot re was the sire that this county has ever produced Red Bird is now owned by Judge Thurman of Springfield and can than can pass on road As a saddle horse he has five distinct gaits Goes a nodding walk in some style or can rack milea on short notice He is free from defects or blemishes has good eyes plenty of sense and is pleasant to handle He has already proven himself to be a fine breed account of his common individuality he has not had an opportunity to serve many firstclass mares but notwithstanding this fact if he has ever sired an inferior or undersized colt no one knows where to find it This is a that can be made about but few horses and of that course cannot be truthfully said of any horse one regardless of breeding His yearling colts are near Purdy and of course were raised from common mares yet they of his worth as a breeder He will Mares at 10 to a Living Colt PEDI Lexington pooropportunity beboughtharneEshe CaneValleyAnyoneIforjockeySired by Red Bird 1956 A S H R he by Joe Brown 195j heby Cab elts Lexington 3234x damrastandardw 1 COLONEL BRECKENRIDQE In or in war the mule is winner Ifpeace a you want a mule coltyon cannot do better than to breed to Colonel Breckenridge He was formerly owned by Wolford Bros ofCaseys Creek and while in that section he proved him lf showringpremiumwillbepermitted GreeneRiverriver 24 h Plato WadeI7 L 3 y jy Purdy Ky Soarksville Rev Joe Brake spent one night last week at Rev J J Campbell Rev H T Jessee will preach at Antiochthe second S ndayI Misses Hester and Lela p bell and little visited their uncle near Dirigo last Saturday night and Sunday Miss Estelle Hamiltion spent last week with Miss Della Curry i Master Willbert and Armon- Stotts visited their grand parents Mr and Mrs T J Campbell a day or two last week Mr John Mosby and family visited at Evan Akins last Sat urday nightrMr Robert Harvey who is very old is very low with lagrippe sickilist Mrs Bell is on the sick list Born to the wife of Jim Harvey a daughter Mrs George ooten is on the jsick list Rev George Graves was in our community one day last week preaching and praying in Slavertm ncHcitis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Consti P ation Biliousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indigestion 25e at Paul Drug Co t Diseases of the Pear Trees The following treatment is recommended for some of the diseases afflict the pear tree Blight 4Cutaytdburn1all dis eased parts as soon aa noticedrv tatiyr t r xj i I is i 1Y i irey The Red Bird Stallion is a Steel Grey hands high and when weighs Twelve Hundred Pounds abreeder greatest ereOn statement Serve Insure Prather Garlin Dooley which L o e ooeeeonr e o I tT WEEKLY I i COURIER JOURNAL HENRY WATT E SON Editor Is a Nacional Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without or favor The regular price IS 100 ifear but JOURNAL you can get the WEEKLY I IAND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1- I BOTH ONE YEAR I or c 150 1 if you will give or siid your other to this e paper not to the C arier Journal s IIIr v rate on Daily or Sunday If you will wii t1 a rv this paper tairvWY1GVY1iel rwYarv ri1 Cut six to ten inches below the affected part Leafblight Fruit Spot Leaf Spot 1 Bordeaux before blossoms open 2 Repeat 1 after blossoms fall 3The same two weeks later If further applications are necessary use Ammpniacal Carbonate as Borfk eaux willtarnishthefruit tef f xJ vsr Blister 1 15 or 20 per cent kerosene and water before buds swell in spring or lime sulphur wash during dormant season Psylla 15 or 10 per cent kero sene and water mixture when first leaves unfold or whale oil soapy one lb to ten gallons of ater 3ect Repeat 1 at ink tervals oLtwo to six days l I d i tJ T t t1jt tI J jf fl i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f7t Woodson Lewisl Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker c I V BirdseiS v flilburn pvv ==WagonsA car load of Oliver Chilled Plows A car load of Disc Harrows A car loadof Cultivators Corn Planters and J n One =Horse Cora Drills Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade w LIME SALT AND CEMENT SPECIAL GIBE V Will deliver any knd of Farm Implements at any station i on the L N R0R T Woodson lewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky promplys attended to I 1 1 tljojrrf l Joi = ffl J 0 0 7 tfr o X 0 O A e o b9oA6A Al Sash and Door in the South Send your orders to us for prompt good goods 1 We them E La HUGHES 00O oI14e lJbA ot AAAv rv i 091- 1x market St Bet Bi ppk Cavity r t 50 pence In Stoek also ooflrB- All X Jo inds e ae m4 r WEXAMINATIONFREE AND SOm6t 60b000A0000A0Q O00 A Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns Porch Material Work Interior Finish Etc Largest Wholesale HouseIt shipment and appreciate COa INCORPORATED I Deblep 131108 E 1st cue fjDifferent Styles S CQNSULTATl6N Stair 211 o 215 E Mato Street- LOUISVILLE s KY wtsiCQ4i4PO Nv b 4 4- 0AA4AP I0C ie AdbAie vv VVVl f 1110 N I3ARbWAIE i Wipe Cutlery Guns WBGON IUTATEIFiIts Phonesit ELLWOOD FIE6DFEnCE STANDARD STYLE IYSIX HEIGHTS IJM 84 A I I VI7i77iV Dr James Menzies j t 2irE 1 Iv o 1b i r r fr I5 t fftce AT RESIDENCE r Er Columbia Kentucky VW WVMWVWV tIVt VVMm i i d1t 1r Edith The farmers are getting dis couraged on account of so much raIn Mr James Brockmanof Pel lyton died last Saturday The interment was in the family burying ground near Egypt Sunday Severalirom this place at tended Mr James llepof Huston ville left this neighborhood one day last week with a car loadof hogs He paid 5 and 5 cents per pound for them Mr Pies Wesley of this place visited his parents at Phil last week hasIve k3s better Mr and Mrs Tom Lay were visiting relatives at Columbia last Sunday and Monday Last Thursday night fire de stroyed two cribs containing twenty barrels of corn and some hay belonging Mr W R Knif ley The origion of the fire unj is known Mr and Mrs Mont Harmon fevldaysMr B F Evans of this place attended church at Cane Valley last Sunday Mr James Allen of Huston ville gave Miss Annie Campbell a pair of Rhode Island Red chick ens o Thurlowl We are having plenty b rain and mud The public road from this place to Greensburg is in a very bad condition Arthur Strader and wife of Exie visited the formers brother Willie Strader last Tuesday and Wednesday The wheat crop in this sec S tion is looking well A large acrage was sown eP Old wheat is said to be worthI = 123 on the Greensburg market t and best flour 3 40 The prayer meeting a t 1Q t1 = Lebanon is growing in interest very much Every body invited to come and take part Olie Coff ey L E Henderson a theqt Equity Meeting at Liletown last Saturday night the first named 4 gentleman being one of the 4IM r Avery Chandion of Pierce who has been in school here and who has had pneumo n nia is Improving IThere are quite a number ofI sown in this comma hity Mr George Clark of Lilei town has the largest it covers about onehalf acre of gronnd 6 At the meeting of tie Equity Society last Tuesday night Dr t W B Helm E E Perkins L E Henderson and John Carter were elected delegates to attend j the countv union at Pierce the 27th of March J j Prof Grimsley closed hisschoq near here the 12th was glY en a dinner the last dayyJohnie Wright purchased a small farm from Willie Gupton for 900 Mr Gupton bought a store house and stock of goods 6 from Mr Wright L r Notice i The law fir nof Winfrey Winfrey having been disdlved by inutualcbnsent and understanding I wish to say to the public that I have opened up an ofilce room No 6 in the Jeffries Building and antireadyifor to dp a general lawprac = bee t LQ jWinfrey J1t- z J i J4 r The New Me for the Toga Some of the Eminent Politicians Who Have Recently Been Chosen to the United States Senate T HE recent action of the legIsla- tures of various states is go ing to infuse considerable new theryoung the new men are generally re garded as progressive and of a type which will give the senate a different character after they have had a chance ELIHU BOOT to make their influence felt in its councils and deliberations The advent of men like Theodore U Burton of Ohio Benjamin F Shively of In liana Elihu Hoot of New York George E Chamberlain of Oregon and Albert B Cummius of Iowa will tend to send to the rear the ancient custom of haz ingnew arrivals in this the most honorable and dignified body in the world It would seem foolish to try such tactics on men whose governmental experience is known to qualify them so well for their new duties Mr Cummins though he took his seat dur ing the present congress filling the chair left vacant by the death of Senator Allison is counted among the newcomers aeMie is so recent an ar rival He was originally chosen to fill Mr Allisons unexpired term but has now been chosen bjr the Iowa legisla turei or a full term Among other new comers will be Wesley L Jones of the state of Washington who has serfedI as representative at large for during several congresses He is aI Republican fortyfive years of age audI a native of Illiuois Then there will be the successor of the veteran Senator Teller of Colorado Charles J Hughes He is a lawyer of Denver audit Demo crat Joseph L Bristow of Kansas is another new manIPerhaps the best known of the new senators will be Elihu Root who secretary of war and secretary of sta teI and particularly in the latter office has been one of the leading factors in the administration now drawing to a close Mr Roots service at the head of the state department will be especially remembered for his efforts to draw closer the bonds of friendship be tween North and South America a work in which he followed in the steps of another brilliant secretary of state James G Blame Mr Root stands in the front rank of the legal profession in America and his ability as an or THEODOKH E BURTON ganizer and executive was shown when he accomplished the reorganization of the wardepartment during his incum bency of that secretaryship He was born In Clinton N Y in 1845 and be fore lie was twenty was graduated from Hamilton college of the same place His father was long a professor of mathematics in the institution He taught for a time in Rome Nv Yl and in 1SG5 was graduated from the law department Vof New York university ne has received the honorary degree Qf irDjtrAID Hamilton Yale Columbia and New York university In 1878 he married Clara daughter Qf Salem H Wales of NeW Y rK The first public office he held witS that of United States districtattorney for the southern district of 1VawYork He was J1 Burton Root Shively Chamberlain and Others Who Will Figure in Future Doings of Upper House of Congress prominent in the work of the convention which drafted a new constitution for New York state in 1891 being chairman of the judiciary committee He has long been influential in the councils of his party and in 1S99 was called into the cabinet by the late President McKinley to succeed the late General Alger as secretary of war He continued in this post under President Roosevelt until 1901 when he resigned to resume the practice of law but on the death of John Hay yielded to the solicitations of Presi dent Roosevelt and reentered the cabinet this time as its head Theodore E Burton who will suc ceed Joseph Benson Foraker as sena tor from Ohio is generally admitted to be exceptionally well qualified for senatorial service by reason of his long experience in legislative matters as a representaI18S9 and has served continuously there since with the exception of the interval from 1891 to 1895 He was born in 1851 and is a bachelor His attain beIon the tariff on our natural resources on the navy and on many other subjects In fact as a walking dictionary he has fewequals in congress As to rivers and harbors it is doubtful if all the house and senate together know as much on the subject as Mr Burton If there is a creek or inlet from ocean to ocean that he does not know all about congress has never heard of it Not only does he know where it is but what it is He knows the volume of water the depth the wi thtaefall He knows the commerce that each shore will supply and what it is coal iron stone phosphate lead zinc BESJA1IIN F SUITED and all that He knows the agricul tural energies of both banks and how much freight they will supply Above all he knows the probable costof im provement and if the game is worth the candle The election of George E Chamberlain to succeed Charles W Fulton as senator from Oregon was a singular circumstance as the legislature which chose him is Republican and he is aI Democrat He is the governor of the states find his election as senator isi due to the working Of the new primary law of the commonwealth A major ity of the members of the legislature were pledged to elect him Notwith standing this a determined effort was made to defeat him The senator elect front Oregon was born near Natchez Miss in 1854 and graduated from Washington and Lee university He settled in Oregon in 1876 and taught school for three years in 1879 taking up the practice of law He has served in the legislature and as Attorney general electfciting contest in the legislature of the state has been voted for several times before for this office by his party as sociates but always up to this time when the latter were in the minority so that their ballots for him constituted only a complimentary vote This time the Democrats possessed a ma jority of the votes on joint ballot InI the legislature In the party opponentcandidate for vice president after many ballots had been taken HeI will succeed James A Hemenway in the senate The senator elect is the idol of South Bend and by birth bringing up and subsequent developments a Hoosier of Hoosiers He is six feet two inches tall broad shouldered open faced and open ha He went to the dedISouth Bend where his fellow students and then theUniver1sitytrick He graduated there In 1886 not at the head of his class scholastically but Practicallyso in popularity In j between college terms he tAught pub J 1naIismthe rly4ighvth Fiftieth Firryfirst audrl iftysecond congresses being one of the most ntQt the Demo rI f 3ji5 iiI r rfI j Ll N Time Card II In effect Monday Dec 31 1S08 SOUTH BOUND j LEBANONNo27No 23 6 815 gin lOrOlam 740pmNoNo 936opin 9cOOpra NORTH BOUND TRAIN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE No 24 T548 am u 750am amNo28No22 658pm 815 pm No 92732 am 1015 am Nos92and 93 are Sunday trains only C M WISEMAN SON rDiamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians Special gym attention given to work and all orders in ofgoods in our line 5ir G s IOposite Music Hall Market St 11132 lst2d St IIu UI S D CrenshawI Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONE F MILE IFR M COLUMIA Louisville KYl I ON POINTMENT D1SAP I I Coffins AND Caskets IIfall kinds of which will be sold at short profits Give mea call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop J L Snow Russell Springs I MUd Laxative for Baby Fr The child of today is the parent of- the future and whether it grows up- healthy and strong or puny and weak depends upon the intelligence of its r parents for most children are born into the world healthy but thousands become future weaklings between birth and the age of ten when the parents are still in greatest contrql The prime cause of trouble is lin the stomach A baby that is digesting its food seldom cries and always looks cheer ful the little child whose stomach Is good romps and plays and never whines the growing child learns wAll at school and Is eager for fun if its head is clear and its stomach light and that means if it has no constipation The best and safest way to cure any irregularity of the stomach and bowels in children is by the use of Dr Caldwelis Syrup Pepsin This is a liquid laxative wonderful in its effect as1 Mrs Dunham Apple Creek 0 Mrs H LCullam Plainville Ind and numerous others can testify who give it to theirflf children with extraordinary results A bottle only costs 50 cents or 1 ac cording to the size you want and even one 50cent bottle will do a wonderfur amount of good in a family It can be given to any member of the family 10 constipation sour stomach indigestion torpid liver dyspepsia heartburn sick headache and similar digestive troubles It never gripes or strangles like piUS tablets salts and powders which should not be given to children women or old- folks If have a child 6r other member of the family who n eds but has never used this grand laxative tonic send your name and address to the doctor and a free trial bottle will be seat to home In thrIway you can find out what it will do without personal expense If there Is anything about dontunderstandany medical advice writerto the doctor and he wilt answer you fully There no charge for this service Theilddrei Dr WBNag tATonticfellp ill rJ t For Salq15 head of yearling tattle aiidcalves S T Hughes 192t BJfu Ky v J J 1 i t j o Jj e THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 111 SWEEPING i REDUCTION IN THE GOODS VOUNEEDiI i IIII Suits worth 10 now go at J III Outing Cloth II III Outing Cloth II ShirtsIII IIIDress Goods Former price Tie per yard Now Formerprice lOc per yard Now Former price 60c to 75c Now go at Former Now38c I 1L R CHELF Gradyville We had a good rain last Fri day 2Mitchell Denny is confined to his room with Pneumonia Dr U L Taylor of Columbia passed here last Friday en router for PIckett Dr R Y Hindman of JoTlumbia was here last dayDr L C Nell has recoveredE from an attack of Dr W T Grissom and son Bruce of Bliss were in our midst last Friday Miss Mary Caldwell of Mill town spent several days of last week with Miss Mollie Flowers of our city dayh or so in Glasgow last week Dr J H Grady was called to MilltowQn last Tuesday Messrs Walker Allen the wellknown tobacco men of this section spent a day or so of las week looking for tobacco in this community Mrs Ella Y Robertson spentI a day or so of last week bed side of her runt Mrs Yates of near East Fork donIt have to pass this town to find plenty of millinery Goods the1 latest styles and cheap Henry Parson spent several days on Price Creek last week by the bedside of his son who has fever The few days of warm weath er last week put our people t planting their gardens Rev Johnson filled his regular appointments here last Sunday morning and evening His dis courses were very interesting Rev A Rippetoe and wife who have been visiting in this county for the past month or so started for Johnson county Mo last Monday where they will spent a few days with relatives and then return to their home in Clinton Okla i Rev J W Sexton on the 19th f of this month informed your reporter that he had reached his 4th anniversary and was feel ing fine and gets around like some boy that has just arrived to his majority He also inform ed us that J A Diddle and him self were going to mfg fertilizer and J D Walker was burning plant beds out of hay stacks Cheaper than brush j Quite a number of young peacock colts In this section this season Of course eJe Yone i Vthiiiks that his is the best as l t Col Coffey of Columbia wh rhe was in business here he ma d 1 ffra rule to tell the Downer + j ij colt th f 4 e this to- 1t iW f 11 1 it i t 750 I Sc per yard I 7c6t s I 38c each I seen this season Of course it makes the owner feel good and certainly no disadvantage to the colt However ii C Wheeler has the best one your reporter has seen this Spring so far Uncle George Flowers has in his possession a twenty shilling certificate on the Virginia Jones Bank dated Sept 1st 1775 his certificate was issued to his Father Thos Flowers during the Revolutionary war The is well preserved and writing is as plain as it was the day it was put there doubtless Cane Valley No The pretty weather makes us feel like spring But you know March is as the Editor says we just keep marcking on R A Hutchison lost a valuable mule one day last week 0 W McAllister was in Louisville one day last week Born to the wife of Sam Grant on the 18th a still born child Hant night was largely attended and every body had a high old time- Garderning is the order of the day with most of us folks down this way r Wheat and pats are looking good in this Section But not an average acrage is growing Burr H Gilpin grocery drummer was making our town last Wednesday Mrs Maud Newton Spurling ton nee Miss Maud Bunfearner was visiting her mother of near weekoMrs Melvin Cave who has been sick for several days past is improving at this writing Cane Valley is to have a photo gallery pn as we understand- P V Crissom and V Sullivan traveling men of Columbia were making our trade last Thursday Mrs J W Sublett has an at tack of lagrippe at this writin Joe Callison was in sville last MondayIR B ceived a nice lot of produce in Columbia f rthe new produce Co on last ThursdayI Rev J H Rood filled hisj regular appointment at t e Methodist church this place last Sunday 0 W McAllister is remoddling his residence making several im llaslconvenIence Geo Eubank will erect a resi dence on his lot which he purchased of Joe R Rice at an earl day 3VEr Frank Ricewife andMiss Columbde is y ofBingham Moore and Dennis tEubank were ih Campbellsville y j rr Yt ry THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY I handle the Oliver Plow Brown Cultivator Drills Binders Rakes and the Webber Wagons articlesimarked down and points to the place where your in = terests are best served Yours truly Jf Eli our neighborhoodg Stephens of this place has moved to his farm near HustonvilleMrs Russell has been visiting Mrs J H Stephens of Fustonville this week A D Dunbar of Ono visited his brother of this place last SundayMisses Maud Smith and Ida Qgcher last week Della Dunbar of Ono is stay ing with Mrs H Dumber her aunt for a few days Born to the wife of J H Hold er on the 17th a son Mother and son getting along nicely Chas Guinn traveling sales manfor Johnston Groc Co was here a few days ago selling gro cies W T Mitchell has just return ed from Danville where he has been for the past two weeks with a drove of cattle Here ports them much lower Dr Hammonds of Irvins Store was here a few days ago Mr Peter LawsonplaceYarid Mrs Ann Passmore nee Miss Ann Wilson of Liberty were quietly married last week Dalb Wilson and Mary E Meece were married last Thurs day C Stephens and J A Harris have just returned from the Bluegrass where they have been to purchase some bloodedstock bringing back one fine Jack The writer as well as the community was terribly shocked to learn of the sudden demise of our friend Chas H Murrell but alas we all have to submit to the inevitable The family and friends have the sympathy of our community gIThe health of this country is very good at present iMr John Pickett is teaching a singing school at Pleasant Ridge and is having good success Miss Pearl Hindman of Gra dvvilie attended a singing here a few days ago Mr Davis Coffey had a gathering last Tuesday All worked very nicely andenjoyed the din ner very much The farmers are very busy at presentbreaking corn ground and sowing oats thisyMr Guinn Moss is now at Mr T G coffeys farm seeing about Ms timber being cut He will go to sawing soon Jacob Price bought ten barrel of corn from Mose Rodgers at 3 per barrel t t h 1f t 300nODOQ DOQ r Rex Peacock I Saddle Harness Horse handsIJ any section breedingIkI size and style His first tDnumber there is not a sor= Iry one some of them xc lIing for fancy prices w PEDIGREE I Gov Wood II25 per cent Cut in the price of Shoesjob lots III Forty Yards Remnant Calico for 100 KIWI I PLEBY KY JII Serve at 1000 to Insure a Living Colt j ISired by Jordon Peacock No 1148 A SB R he by Peacock No 498 he by Blue Jeans No Jbrdons first dam bv Cabbells Lexington 3234 he bv lists Blackhawk Second dam dambyjizzie f The McFarland big Jack the noted breeder gets more high priced colts than S ColumbiaH ft He is black with mealy points hands high Serve to insure living colt at 6 for horse 7 for marecolts ed 13 No IIGovti fine a M The above named onthei bred to other stock or moved from neighborhood All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible mare should II tJeany occur J YOUNG BROS Joppa Ky I TryrrTrri rT f3E3 3E3aE3Hc 3 3E3BDO 3E3f3 3 3s f 3 3 nnr f3E3E ir r Jordan Peacock Number 1148 UorsesIWill make tfce Season of 1909 at his home in Gradyville Ky at the Low Price of 15 to Insure a Living Colt JORDAN PEACOCK needs no introduction to the people He has made his own reputation by breeding the right kind of horses that the people want everywhere They are the kind that go under the saddle andin harness they have the size they have the style they have the qualities they have everything that it takes to make a firstyc1 ass horse They are the kind that bring the most money they are the ones that bring the buyers from other states Last fall MrU S Haynes of Clarksdale Mo bought seven of sellingfprices you ever any person such a number of colts and shipping them to other stater by any other horse Did you know that Mr Otho Miller of Moody Texas bought two of JORDANS colts last December for 100000 Mr Miller just came to Kentucky to buy one PEACOCK but he liked them so well that he bought two He haS written me since he went home that he had made a mistake by not buying more of them Did you know that Capt Hampton of Washington City sent to this afewofIthe sales of JORDANS colts that have beeen made since last fall I just mention these to show you that they are the ones that are selling and bringing more than double the price of any others So dont fool yow time away breeding to others because they are close to you or because the owner of them is your friend Look to your own interest and breed to JORDAN PEACOCK and get a colt and a good one for you know JORDAN never fails I believe he is the surest horse living Below1will show you why JORDAN is the best breeder 1iRead His Pedigree JORDAN PEACOCK No 1148 sired by Peacock No 498 he by Blue Jeans N o3ih by Phillips Black Horse his dam by Grey Eagle Blue Jeans dam by LeGrand he by Peters Ha corn Jordans dam Lena Rivers No 760 she by Cabell s Lexingtonheby Gists Black Hawk Jordans SnbVdamVLizzie JorV danshe by Louis Jordan thoroughbred Jordan s 3rd dam byWaggerner r5 t Pw vrj 44 r r Respectfully 5 iS AI4psg ypa y x thr rte r q i ieQIMtw vIf lIar sfed at cost of feed or 50 cents pef week for pasture i