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F jc 4j T ip Tf 1qrrvji iL6 l 7e m r batf r 0nnIf11 tb1jj t t7i l L I 1cOLUMEXII COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCO 31 1909 NUMBER 2L = r 1 J Mrr H Ai Harris of Morganfield special agent for Thd Connecticut Fire Insurance Company of Hartford Conn waS called to this city last week to ad just the less sustained by Mr B G Redman in the burning of his store and stock of goods some two or three weeks ago Mr Redman presented the amount of his loss which was in vestigated and promply paid without a single contention which speaks well for both the insured and the Company and its special agent Mr Harris Coffey and Cravens are the local agents and their transactions with the Company been highly satisfactory Mr rfHarris spent a couple of days with them which resulted in securing con siderable new business That the loss was immediately reported and that the adjustment and prompt paying were satisfactory to all interested is an in troduction most favorable to anyone who desires insurance and pleasant and honest dealings should a loss occur The E L Sinclair Co have recently added to its business equipments for a broom factory and the making of handles and singletree of every descrip tion At present the plant will only make handles as there is no broom corn in this country but it is hoped that some of our thrifty farmers will launch out in the production of this crop which will be a profitable one The machinery has been tested and does a high grade of work Beech sugartrees hickory sycamore sweetgum and oak will be used and for which the company willr pay a good price- The new firm of Grider Morrison Goodman have fully installed their plant and are in position to give the public any thing in their line on short notice They occupy the building at the Columbia Roller Mill which has been used for saw mill and plaining mill purposes for several years The same saw rig which is a good one is doing its work while the planer another d machinery are all new and of the latest patent All three men are ex perienced in this work and doubtless willenjoy a splendid trade Lee Baker who was a wellknown colored barber of this place died last Saturday morning at 3 oclock He was about fortyeight years old an had conducted a shop in Columbia fo- k twentyfive or thirty years He was confined to his room seven or eight months He was known to almost I every man in the county white and black He left an aged mother who is c quite feeble Mrs C M Russell entertained last Saturday afternoon at Lost Heirs i honor of Mrs W M Jackson Camp bellsville Those present were Mrs W A Coffey Mrs Jas Garnett Mrs W E Bradshaw Misses Minnie Triplett Hattie Lewis and Madge Rosenfield Refreshments were served The wife of Mr S C Lawrence who lives near Bryan Russell county died on March 23 She was a victim of pneumonia Besides the husband she is survived by two small children The remains were conveyed to Clinton county for interment youir eggs pay est market priced Located in the Sin clair building the Northern Poultry and Egg Co Columbia Ky 202t 1 Mr James Grider eightyfour years t old who lived near White Oak Church is in a very feeble condition Mrs Frank Breeding who lives in the same neighborhood also quite sick The Wittenagemot of the Pea Ridg- Fair Assm will hold its annual election of officers on next Saturday April 3rd All members are requested to be pres ent Iserman the Campbdllsville tailor now has orders for twentyfive suits from young men of Columbia and vicinity BuchananLyon Co will have a grand r display at Campbellsville all next d week 21lt All kinds of repairs cleaning pressing done by Iaerman the tailo- at Campbellsville r Columbia Lodge No 96 F AlL will meet in regular convocation next ltFriday night There will be avbox supper at Plean ant Grove next Saturday nightf Rev Isaac Story w Breach atZion the third Sunday iJEl1J 7 Ladies sailers fi 25 f cents at S ieid fhlJ CoC 197tfl 1rTwentyfive days until the Republi can primary ig attraction at Campbells ville n 214- v rLi4t rf f PRIZES AND SOUVENIRS Will be Given at the Formal Opening of T- Company he Buchanan Lyon Campbellsville TOE ENTIRE OPENING WEEK APRIL 510 Souvenirs and Prizes will be given away by The BuchananLyon Company Campbellsville all during the week of their openingbeginning Monday April 5th and lasting up to and including Sat urday April 10th Both prizes and souvenirs will be given away absolute ly freeIPromptly at 130 in the afternoon there will be a drawing and somebody is going to get a present each day The determining of the awarding of the present is to be made by the selection of a number from a hat containing duplicates of every number given out on that day A ticket will be given wit each cash purchase of one dollar and upwards which will entitle the holder to participate in the drawing on that day All tickets given with purchases after the drawing each day will be good for a chance on the prize the day following The awarding of the prize on the last day Saturday April 10th will likely be held a little later than 130 giving a larger number of persons a chance to win the PrizedThere merchandise woi h fifteen dollars for the largest single cash purchase made during the entire opening week No tickets will be given with pur chases other than spot cash andonly one ticket with each purchase which must be of one dollar ormore One of the condition of the drawings s that the holder of the winning num ber will have to be present at the time for after the first number selected fro the hat is called out a sufficient number of times to determine that the number is not held by any person in the house then another number will be selected which if held by any person in th house the prize will be awarded to such person In any event one prize will b plarn are drawn before someone cries out I have it Approaching Marriage The marriage of Miss Elsie Dixon to Mr Alanson Trigg both of Glasgow bne solemnized by Eld W E Ellis of Cynthiana The intended bride is a daughter of Mrs Ella Dixon a nativ ofthis place her father being the late H Walker She has severalWand one uncle living in Columbia another relatives in the county She is a highly accomplished young lady and is very popular in Glasgows society circle She has often visited this place where she has many admiring friendy The intended groom is the cashier of The Trigg Bank Glasgow and one of the leading citizens of Barren county The couple will make an extended trip through the East The event takes place April 8 A Most Beautiful Display Last Saturday morning we were in vited to visit the millinery parlor of S Field Co where we beheld a sight of exquisite beauty displaying delicate and artistic taste In viewing the many handsome hats trimmed in the latest walkineg a of May The arrangement the pa lor was an evidence that ladies of refined taste had been at work and had made no mistake in displaying their judgment During the whole of Sat urday ladies visited the parlor expressing delight in seeing so many handsome attractions This store is conducted by Miss Sallie Field Mrs J 0 Russell assisted by Miss Fannie Jones Mildest In Years tharn any n tyone years the average for the whole State being 816 inches The monthly climatological report issued by the Weather Bureau also shows that heavieest rainfall r the month was eat Shelby ville where 1182 inches fell Throughout the month the temperature was warmer than usual by an average degrees The minimum temper IOf73 for the state at one point was 8 ees below zero Storms were fre quent and did considerable damage to life and property Themonth was the mildest however in twentyone years for the Ladies Campbellsvillesto5 and the ladies of this city and county are cordially invited to call at their shopThe stock was selected by an experienced milliner one who under stands all the details in trimming Their prices are exceedingly reason able Remember the place the Misses Eubank in the West corner of the square The Columbia Steam Laundry has now been running for more than a year by its present owners Mr and Mrs J B Rasner They have been close stu dents of the business all the while and have acquired by experience a knowl edge of the work that turns out first class laundary as good as you will get in any other place They have under gone many hard struggles to equip themselves for this work and since the people of this town and part of the State have no other laundry in close touch it seems but fair and right that that the work should be turned into the one at home The mistakes the inabil ity to do good work at first may have been sufficient to justify many in send ing their laundary to others but that has been relegated to the past through painstaking effort for almost day and night for more than a year and a differ ent proposition now confronts those who pride in the building and maintaining home industries We trust that the people of Columbia and adjacent towns and communities will not overlook their Laundryfqritsand its owners and operators are de- erving honest people Send your laun putitVIe are informed that some one has destroyed the growing flowers around the grave of the late John W Butler No word of censure is too severe for such vandalism and no legal punish ment adequate to inflict should the enoughto bemcomes so so mean as to mar the beauty around the resting place of the dead it reaches the lowest depth of human depravity Mrs Butler the keeep grave ina accomesome choicest flowers growing Last week on he visit to the grave she found all of them dug up and destroyed We hope that the guilty party will be caught and th severest legal punishment speedily in flicted ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT F P Rice and others NoticeAdairWe F I Rice and 37 other qualified proPosedhaveCircuit Court Clerks office ask sing said court to establish the town of Cane Valley according to the boundary set out in said petition and we will o the 2nd day of the next May term of said court move said court to establish thereforMarchby Attorney 211t The Court of Appeals has reversed againstHenrybered that McGowan was sent up from the Russell circuit court for life for killing Losier Dunbar The case was reversed on the grounds that the lower court should have admitted testimony of a former trial I am agent for the J R WATKINS REMEDY COMPANY and will furnish po1ltrytonic guaranteer d you or you can get them from J H Pelley Columbia 171m Yours Truly John B Grant Miss Minnie Kemp who is now i Knoxvllle has favored this office wit a little booklet giving views of many prominent buildings in the city In the book is a picture of the first capitol of Tennessee If the porch was remove the structure would have the appea- ante of an old mill A few days ago Dr R Y Hindm BigCreekThomas for 700 This property was bought very low It joins the farm owned by his father Gov J R Hind man which was the principal reason for buying it The attention of our readers is call v to the advertisement of the sale 9f t noted Russell Springs property lotletc This is valuable property ti Russell Springs haVing been Al ilt resort for many years The die well and the hotel building isinfine condition avid Ybn Mt JJ ari GONE TO HIS REWARD a Tom Patteson a Prominent Young Man of Campbellsville Meets Deaths INTERMENT IN BROOKS1DE CEMETERY Last Saturday morning about 5 oclock Mr Tom Patteson who was a prominent young man of Campbells ville ason of the late Judge Chas Patteson and a brother of Mrs Jo Coffey Jof this place sucumbed to the inevitable and peacefully met his GodHe was about twentyfive years old and a young man of high honor popular with every body who knew him his death bringing sorrow to the whole of Taylor county To the surviving members of the family the News extends its deepest smypath Funeral services were held in the Presbyterian church Campbellsville Sunday many relatives and friends being present At the conclusion all that was mortal of this noble young man was laid to rest in Brookside Cemetery his grave being covered with beautiful flowers Accidentally Shot IMr Wm Coleman who lives at Nash Tenn a soninlaw of Mr J R Johnson this place met with quite a serious accident a few days ago He had been shooting at birds a friend came up and they engaged in conver sation Mr Coleman had his gun in his hand and carelessly lowered it the muzzle resting on the toes of one of his feet Being interested in the toner sation he forgot about the gun loaded and pulled the trigger Th gun fired and Mr Coleman lost two toes It is thought that he will be able to get about in a short time Th Nashville Banner writes as follows I Billy Coleman the former well known bookmaker but now aprosper ous farmer living several miles fro the city on the Nolensville turnpike accidentally shot himself yesterday irtoday minus two toes While resting the muzzle of his gun on his toot the dischargederesulting jn a wound which necessitated the amputation of two toes Mr Coleman was attended of Dr Russelland the physician does not anticipate any serious complications unless blood poisoning follows which is only remotely possible Disappointed I Knoxville Tenn Adair County News consultning the Dean of the University 1 fin that I cannot just at this time get my course of study There are no teachers here now ex cept the Knoxville city school teachers who come up in the afternoon for work and as the regular course will be so heavy for the last term the faculty has decided to close the teachers course April 2nd and resume the work again i June at the opening of the termI not informed of this befor- leaving home and am very much disap pointed but shall be here long enoug to see the interesting points in and near the city thenr dome home to re main until the summer term for teach ers opens when I shall return and take up the wprk Yours truly Minnie Kemp Painful Accident daughtern of aIes me h ha painful accident last Friday afternoon She is a pupil in the Lindsey Wilson and was playing with some sodme he Carrt wright and Grissom were called and bandaged the ankle and at this writ niceYgNarrow Escape Mr Owen Hardesty came very near getting badly hurt last Friday morning He was in Columbia for the purpose of riding a horse to Campbellsville that had been in training under Coffey Bros stabhee infehe hyardsbeforethe horse was caught TI rider escaped with only a few scratches on the faceurt Card ofThanks I feel grateful to the many who were h t ci X 1 so kind to my husband during his iI- lnessending in death I will never forget those who so tenderly waited upon him My children join me in this ex pression Mrs Hattie Stapp Six year old mule ISihands high for ale Brack Massie 211t Children and Misses ready to wear hats for 25 and 50 cents at S Field Co 20tf BuchananLyon Co want to see you in Campbellsville during their opening week 2Mt If you want a suit that will fit and made right wait for Isennan the tail or LOSTA fountain pen with gold mounting will reward finder 211t Julius Stapp Many people will attend the Bach ananLyon Lois opening at Campbells villa next week 211tr Peach trees are in bloom They some times get too frisky and this in all probability will be one of the times FOR SALE Three mares in foal one two years old and two yearling colts Huston Bradshaw and Bro 21 lt Bliss Ky Adair Connty people are invited to at tend the BuchananLyon Cos opening at Campbellsville from the 5th to the 10th of April inclusive 21lt Persons who are contemplating taking out life insurance should see J E Mur rell or John Lee Walker They repres ent the old reliable Connecticut Mutual M Cravens sold to the Wood Mosaic Lumber Company a body of White oak timber the same he had heretofore bought of John N Murrell for 4650 whiteh w Short was given two years for detaining woman killeWe are receiving private bids on our Positivme has an equal showing KysMontpelier Mill Company grinds and crushes corn every day Exchange flour for wheat Flour and ship stuff fo sale Pay 110 for good wheat 20tf Montpelier Ky 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 Remember that Evangelist Hendricks and the singer who accompanies him are expected tonight Wednesday an will begin a series of meetings at th thadmany prtsenty Bring your poultry and eggs to th Northenn Poultry and Egg Co and get ColumbiorCoy E Dudgeon Manager Columbia 202t R B Wilson Cane Valle tonsrshapem strainhR T Baker 20tf Amandaville Ky Millinery Opening Ladies of Columbia and Adair County are cordially invited to attend the mil finery opening of Mrs L C Hurt and Mrs Emma Eubank today the 31st of March They will have an artistic display r second to none and they are anxious for the ladies throughout the city and county to take a look Their hats are the latest their trimmer a lady of exquisite taste one who can please Be sure to call Smallpox at Gradyville and Milito w There are 5 or 6 cases of smallpox at Shelby Wilsons about one mile from Gradyville and there has been o death The disease is not likely to spread any further All the cases were doing well yesterday Sunday There hasbeen one very severe case at town but on last Saturday s that case was improving I dont think the peo pie need to be uneasy U L Taylor ngHealthOfficer wisralh aed eggs year can now patronize him by selling to the Northern Poultry Egg Co locat at Columbia Cane Valley CamPbel yule and Greensburg as he is manager of Adair county part of the business I 202t g I Stock Items J W Allen of Hustpnville bought 163 hogs in this section of country last week also 1 cow from J W Corneal for 24 J W Jones sold 16 hogs to Z T Pelley price 4J cent J R San ders sold to a Mr Durham of Campbellsville 7 nice steers for 277 50 Joe Pelley sold a nice Red Squirrel horse for 175 W H Lemmon bought one cow from ZT Pelley for 25 W H Sinclair sold to G A Spires 1 cow for 25 Oscar Sinclair sold a splendid work horse to G T Abrel price 140 G A Squires bought of Z D Sanders 1 mule price 140 Pellytpn cor 000 Granville Estes sold one mare to X W Scott for 105 L W Sparks sold 13 head of fat hogs to Herbert Sp rksfone day last week for 70 Joe Brake bought one work horse from L H Jones of color price 50Ruby cor 000 Jacob Price sold a horse last Thurs day for 100 to Josh Bell Keltner cor 000- Mr L P Long sold to J S McFar land of Cane Valley one mare mule for 166Rowena cor i o 00 G G AtwelL bought one hog from Tom Rodgers for 7 1 t 000 l Samuel Baker bought last week of Akin Keltner of this community a very valuable combind mare for 115 Strong Hill sold a very valuable yoke of work cattle to Will Moore of Greensburg for 105 last week 53eo W Flowers bought a nice bunch of hogs last week from Jessee Breeding price paid 20 j Gradyville cor 000 Henry and Will Ed Squires bought 11fromTodd bought one mule from Bob Hatch er for 100 Bob Hatcher bought a span of mules Mr Dowell of Miama for 225 Pellham corI000 lL B Cain sold 1 cow to Frank Bridg water for 30 six heifers to U N Whitlock for 95 000 Tone Hunn of Columbia bought of J Charlie Williams a fine young horse for r200Edith cor Commissioners Sale RUSSSELL CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY 0 B Vaughan c Plaintiffs Margie Graham Defendants f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of rendwhatevertmay rect I shall proceed to offer for sale at higheat Auction on Satur oneap m or upon a credit of six months from date of sale fallowYa cer tain tract or parcel of nd in Russell county Ky in thetown of Rus 74eacres to heirs of Attis ofatAnd divided into lots or parcels as follows Numb- eredland2andABCDEFG H and 1 Lot No1 containing 21 acres and being the part that has the hotel on it Lot No y2 being the part that consti tutes the farm and contains 47J acres The remainder is located in the town of Russell Springs Ky and divided into lots No A B C D E F G H and L The famous Chalybeate Spring and health resort is located on tract No1 said lands will be offered first Lots No 1 and2andABCDEFGHandI will be offered separately Then lots No ABC D E F G H and I will be offered together Then lots No1 and ABCn E F G H and I will be offered to AIItogether accepting the bid or bids that will realize the most money ofnsaid lands reference is hereby made to the Judgment in the above styled ac tion found on record the in Clerks Office 1of the Russell Circut Court in Civil order Book No 17 For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest rom the day of sale until paid and having the fforceh one effect of Ju ant Bidders orprepared r terms R E Lloyd Commissioner t SaleIs f f1 jrP A desirable home mColumbia Apply f Erv X H I 4- r toJ t tit rr t t 2 vj THE ADA1R C0 TY NEWS 1 rft N i1 NtS Y YYYY YiC r rrrrJ FOR CIRCUITJUDGEt f We are authorized to annoUnce that 1dJ4r J C Carter of Monroe county is a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Judge in this the 29th district subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce Geo M Miller of Monroe county a candi date 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 ofr flee of Commonwealths Attorney in this the 29th district subject to the ac lion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce H S Yanzant of Metcalfe county a candi date for Commonwealths Attorney in the 29th district subject to the action r itthe Republican party t ftJjjj CIRCUIT COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce that 1W T Price is candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county subject to- the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce Fred t McLean a candidate for the clerk of the Adair circuit court subI 1jest to the action ofthe Republican party FOR COUNTY JUDGE fWe are authorized to announce N Moss of the Gradyville country HI incandidate for the office of County Iof Adair county subject to the action o the Republican party J FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are aushorized to announce Hon 5fi M Rey Yarberry a candidate for Coun ty Attorney of Adair subject to the 5jheld of a Republican primary to be Saturday April 24th We are authorized to announce G P Smythe a candidate for reelection to the office of County Attorney subject to the action of the Republican party FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTr We are authorized to announce that Mrs Georgia R Shelton is a candidate CountySchoolaction of the Repuplican party r We are authorized to announce that Miss Pearl Hindman is condidate for Superintendent of Schools of Adair county subject to the action of the r Republican partyS FOR SHERIFFI We are authorized to announce that GeoT Flowers Jr is a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County subject to the fiction of the Republican party FOR JAILERIIit We are authorized to announce T C ofI1FOR ASSESSOR Weare authorized to announce that yrJ Bottom of the Knifley section is a candidate for the office of Assessor of Adair County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J M 5Wolford a candidate for Assessor of Adair county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce Jolm W Burton a candidate for the office of Assessor of Adair county subject to the Republican primary to be held April 24 1909 A Happy Occasion 1 Editor News I Will you please allow me a lit tie space in your very excellent gaper to give to jny friendsandj acquaintances a the good time which I enjoyed yesterday the 16th inst According to the dates whichj have been handed down by those who had a right to know I reached my 65th year on the above mentioned date I went off to the post office shout 911 m as usual and returned about 11 a m and Lo and Behold when I returned It I t found that about 40 of my good J neighbors hadin my absence t trslipPed in and took full posses esrpecially thet J kitchen and dinning room jUt I ust pushed in under thr white Jtk i htt3tHj t SV fl- J ty r qf f Sit rtIP 4l flag and there was not a gun fired After a general handshaking and the usual ceremo t nies of an occasion like that the announcement was made that dinner was ready and I believe that all the crowd were in about the same condition ready At any rate we obeyed the call and it would not be right to say that we did not have a good dinner and it would not be right also to say that we did not partake of itI to our satisfaction and there was plenty left and I did not hear of any one having any dif ficulty m leaving the table We spent the evening in such entertainment as suited each ones taste However it was not long until Bro W S Antle came in with his splendid Edison phonograph and rendered some fine pieces which were very en tertaining to all After which Miss Sallie Antle and Miss Ona Deener sang and played some splendid sacred pieces on the organ then we read the 103 di vision of Pslam and Bro James McKinley led a very appropriate prayerSoon the entire assembly disappeared and we were left alone to still enjoy the proceedings of the day until our eyes were closed in sleep May the Lords Blessings rest upon all C M Deener Obituary Montpelier YI On March 18 1909 between four and five oclock the death angle visited the home of Mr and Mrs GG Atwelland claimed for its victim their little son Hensley age 4 years 4 months and 18 daysHe was bad sick about 36 hours AH that medical skill could do was done but the Lord saw fit to call him to the mansion prepared for his children The deceased was laid to rest in the family burying ground to await the coming of the reserrection morning goneIA chair is vacant in our home never can be filled IWhich loved one we must lay thee f peaceful graves embrace But thy memory will be cherished Till we see thy heavenly face A Loying Sister Bernice Atwell A Bob Taylor Gem The following beautiful senti ment is from the pen of Senator Bob Taylor Iwould rather fill my purse money an d keep its gates yetjto cluck it with a misers hand until the harpstrings of youth are broken and all its music forever fled I would rather spend my last nickel for a box of strip ed marblesto gladded the hearts of my barefoot boys than to deny them their childish pleasures toIabhor the pitiless hawk that cir cles in the air only to sweep down and destroy the song of the linnet or bury it talons in the heart of the dove f despise the soulless man whose greed for gold impels him to strangle the laugh ter and song of his own family Ripley Below of Morganfield fell from his horse and was in- stantlY killed Four children of M c Palmer near Newby Okla were 6jirned Sa to death in a prarie fire AVi a 7 1J i ScYv I1r EWING STULTS Central Universitys Star Pitcher Makes Good With Rochester First Game which Was Played in Lexington y V SaturdayI IJLexington Ky March 20 The Rochester Vets and Colts met here today in the first ex hibition game of the season the Vets winning by a score of 11 to 1 Ganzels regulars appeared to be very strong both at bat and in the field although their play was rather ragged at times Heavy hitting of the Vets was the feature of the game they getting 18 hits off the three pitcher who opposed them Stults the young twirler secured from Central University at Dan ville was the only twirler on whom the regulars were unable to score Ganzel was unable to be in the game on account of ill ness Rochester appears to be a strong aggregation and Ganzel is well pleased- The Winchester Club has de cided to play Sunday ball and the schedule for the Blue Grass League stands as published the season opening April 27th Griders Store We are having some pretty days now and our farmers are busy cleaning up and plowing Bro Gailor spent Monday with uncle Frank Hale Bro Eastham preached at French Valley Sunday night and had a hearty welcome On account of the rain Satur day night Cullen and Leslie Hale could not go to the party at Mr theIboys for they sure wanted to go Too bad iU T Selby and C C Hale MontpelierII articles Willie Grider changed horses last week with a Mr Frost C E Grider and family moved to their farm last week to spend the Summer but we think they will be back to the X Roads in a short time Cullen Hale bought a fine bull from S B Collins and will keep him this season We are glad Cullen brought him in the neigh borhood A large crowd Attended the party at Sam Conovers last Thursday night t Our ExPresidents toIosity after his retirement from the White House He has mapped out a program of activity which will keep him busy for several years and he says thatv he expects to maintain his interest in public affairs for a long seIVt Presidents to quit the White House The average period of life of his predecssors afterthdr retirement was twelve years and ten months The following list isjnterestiug as showing the sub thezhenwhofhave of President George Washington lievd two years and three months after re t irementsJohn Adams lived twentyfive years and tt reejtiiqriths y t i r iiri 1j t Isj tFtI James Madison lived nineteen years and three months James Monroe lived six years j JJohnteen years and served in the House of Representatives J Andrew Jackson lived eight years and three months Martin Van Buren lived twen tyone years and four months J William Henry Harrison died precisely one month after his in I IJyears after his retirement James K Polk lived three months Zachary Taylor died in office sixteen months after his inaug uration Millard Filmore lived twenty one years after his retirement Franklin Pierce twelve years and seven months James Buchanan six years and eleven months Abraham Lincoln died in office Andrew Johnson lived six years and four months and serv ed a portion of a term in the United States Senate U S Grant lived eight years and four months after retire mentRutherford B Hays eleven years and eleven months J mesA Garfield died four months after his inauguration Chester A Arthur suvived one year and eight months afte retirement Grover Cleveland ten years and seven months Benjamine Harrison eight years William McKinley died in office Brooklyn Eagle Growing Sentiment There is a rapidly growing seriI tinient allover the country in favor of beautifying school grounds Where it has been done with any regard to taste and system the results are most satisfactory There is no merit quite the reverse in having dilapidated buildings and grounds covered with tall grass andI weeds The effect of such a con dition upon the children or dis trict is anything but good That being so it naturally follows that when this condition is changed so that the grounds and buildings are pleasing to the eye byreason lof their neat appearance a justi fiable pride is around and with it many other good things Some leadership and ambition needed amount of labor and a small out lay of money are sufficient with good taste to turn almost any eyesore into that which is pleas ing and beneficial Robbers dynamited the safe in the ankat Coldwater Oklo and escaped with 2000 All preparations are completed for Russia military intervention in Persia should such a step be found neGessaryr emu UnitedStatesaccount of accuracy nI ineThc ueen of Fashion hu more Ottesubssubscription numbers cost 5O cvntn Latest number 5 cents ErerysnbscnbergeisaMcCall Pat tern Free Lady Agents Wanted Handsome premiorhsor cashcommission Pattern Ciunibcuei of 000 de altos and Premium Catalogue shnuinggaopremiums tent free Address THE McCAlL CO Newport 7S fh r it rJ t t I CJooE3OEI 78 E3E = J3CJeoooaCJ8CJE I Newly furnished Tf Conveniently located a A firstclass r Restaurant in connection a IT Neat Clean Rooms I The Hudson Rates 100 Per DayI1 am also prepared to furnish 3 Anything in the Bakery Line e I Your Business Solicited a rROBT HUDSON Columbia Ky If Next door below Citizens Bank on Campbellsville pikea 3E3808C180B080BE38 f 308E30080HDOOa080m J fiNAtiOBSON I GnEEf1SBl1nG KE TUGKY J i f 6 Jplas Enough Pionief CJCUie pence to fence in Green and Adair counties The Stay wires on this fence are so J attached that they cant slip on the Line Wires The Harder You Pull the Tighter it Gets y E wG y f Poultry getting iSto fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the two counties and dont forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper ad vertised in recent issues of The News I srYcYsY rmr rrmncYr c rrrz rrrac r c ncc cY raA e e Bargains Bargains I 11 Have a Large Stock of General Merchandise 1 and am offering Bargains to the Trade 1Ita goods and now a large stock on exhibition I l velo I Mrs Ermine WilsonaRussell Springs Ky 0 xXxxXxX oFRANK CORCORAN t HighGrade t Marble 9 Granite Cemetery work See US before of all kind you buyrTrade from Adair and adjoining counties solicited Main Street Lebanon Ky IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLACE JSee my Stock of Ie JCENERAL MERCHANDISE t f Pfodaee Wanted j W L SIMMONS HUMBLE KENTUOKY SpecialCiobtiingOfferwithlh Louisville Times and this paper r t J 4 sl I l 1 j Ie f j I THE ADATR COUNTY NEWS l ll l VV-6I v Ir 1 fi i tcz fs JI I fff 1 1 f 7Ii A 71 l1 it 3 HUBBUCH BROSE 524 526 528 WEST MARKET STREET IJ71 71 LOUISVILLES h t c CARPET AND RUG STORE i v71 rv 7 7i r Offers fI The public a selection so broad and varied that every tastefv and every purse can be thoroughly satisfied Our buying 7i iiEpower is effectively demonstrated by the fact that manu 7 facturers in need of funds appeal at all times first to the E biggest and most prominent store WE get the best and l IE choicest always 7i Visitors Alwavs Welcome Correspondence Solicited A l1 71 1 1 ri 1 I I 7 I I t 71 1 I i 7fsic I I 7i 7I Ic j ItT V V V e V V V V TWIN IN f1iI IS izriAc 7iSrIQ7ii c I 1 7i717c 1 Fifth Avenue HotelXJSl SSSPIKE CAMPBELL MGR A I N Refurnished Redecorated and e N modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu g lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale 1 and Retail Districts Churches and tIS il- NI Theaters N FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE Iv FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUTSTREETS v SN 5 Louisville 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Times as Long as Others s At a repent session in New Orleans E of the Southern Homeopathic Medical association Dr E S Bailey of the q HaIine ann Medical college Chicago E announced the discovery of radio Ithor declared to have all the properties lium without its baneful effects and to he1 moderate in price It was de E scribed as being made from a certain I species of pitchblende of which twenty a tons have been discovered near a Cob sigbtEl the purple ray the same which Fins n used so successfully in the treatment of lupus At of the association exIEL was recently requested by the Chicago board of trade to make an analysis of the Colorado pitchblende He found E that this blende contained an element 1possessing many of the qualities of that when this element patientsEf similar diseases it effected quick cures He said he was not alone in his ex y periments for a chemist attached tots the Smithsonian institution at Wash E ington had analyzed the pitchblende and found that it contained ten or twelve more or less rare elementsI C He then distributed amQng the mem bers of the association some of radiothor which had the andF ance of a partially fused metal c gave out a phosphoruslike glow E 1Dr F H Blackmar of Hahnemann college at Chicago gave fur ther details of the discovery of radio thor Dr Blackmar was associated with Dr Bailey In making testscOne of the most curious experi nients with the new substance said IDr Blackmar was the taking of a photograph through a stove lid on which some radiothor had been spread The powerful rays of this ele s ment enabled the light to pass through the iron plate thus permitting a photojgraph of n number of other articles on the opposite side Its basis is pitchblende but with this element are mingled others whose IS r names I do not care to disclose at this time some of them are so rare that we keep them in a safety deposit vault The new element while far from bej y ing inexpensive will be within the reach of everybody who needs it for treatment Its action is quite as ef licient as that of radium There is y not enough radium in the whole world to treat all the people who need its curative properties The therapeutic value of our radio thor or thoradx has been establish ed beyond question in the fourteen months that we have been using it for the treatment of diseases It never has failed to give relief and in many cases it has cured Some of the diseases on which it acts successfully are cancer tuberculisis of the in ulcers birthmarks and nervous ail tions Its rays are as effective as those of radium although it does not act so quickly Its moderate action keeps iti harmfuU caustic as ra- Iofselective power as radium that is it seems to act only on tissues which are diseased having no effect 6n healthy tissues I should not like to suggest that inl this discovery may at last be found the menus for indefinite prolongation of human life by arresting the process es of decay yet it isa fact that I perimeuts we have made indicate exI extraordinary power in the newa entiI to prolong life Several months ago I took two boxes of chrysalids ordinary millers One of the boxes I Ismall to radiothor exposure other was not exposed I did to demonstrate theory now IIatissue degeneration The result wasI astounding THose moths in the exposed box developed as usual lived their natural term of life and died Those exposed lived three times as long as the others HIu perhaps a more remarkable instance 3 treated a Chicago man very prominently k oWl1 for tubercular pleurisy I injected the radiothor in solution After three injections the man was cured He has remained well null there lias been lio return of the tuBercular condition J Perhaps I fllall be folti that this cure was suggestive therapeutics dUoeto have found that the waters fjfrCof the principal foreign springs which people flock for treatment Ito Tadioaotive which explains their quality For instance Mirien the MfiQca of King Edward of England h is springs of grea radioactivity Ifwe succeed in discovjering how to maintain the radioactive prin ciple in solution so that the solution does not lose its yalue with time we shall nye comq very close to bowl edge of how to fight off death fndefi vvst senility to regenerate cind rejuyfenslte the agedAto reestablish balance in disr ordered functions will certmlnly come a we famI11iize ourselves WJti1 the use of ttie jaewrproauct t + ti jJ 1tJgri1 1 t c J I I th 111 i t li f tI t Nell A mule belonging to Mr S R Walker ran against a gate last Friday evening sriaging himself o badly he died in rfew hours Also the same evening a calf OF MrJF Hamilton was killed by lightning Mr Robert Royse and family f Rugby visited at JT I Il1ilItons last Saturday night Misses Mag and Kate Walker LIiValkerCloyds Landing this week Be fore their return they will spend few days inNashville Mrs Thomas Moss is reported some better Mr McClain of Glasgow call led on our merchant MrR H Walker last week Mr R H Kinnard was in COI lumbia last Monday Mrs Patsy Kinnard visited at Mr Thomas Moss last week Lost While in Columbia a shepherd dog belonging to Mr T Hamilton of this place Mr Hamilton regrets his loss very much as he was a favorite with his boys T Joppa ut The farmers made good use of the beautiful days of last week- Mr C W Young is on the list ylrG B Yatesandwife were visiting at Gradyville last Satur day and Sunday Mr J P Willis has been sick the past week Miss Nancy Willis of L W T was visiting her mother of thisplace last Saturday and Sun day Mr Ulysu Young who has been dangeiously ill for the past two weeks is thought to be better Miss Addie Willis entertained- a few of her friends last Thursday night All reported a dIlightful time Whooping cough is raging in this community Miss Blanche Villisof Colum bia visited her cousin Miss AdI die Willislast week Miss Gary Cabell of Dunnville is visiting her grandmother Mrs A E Cabel of this place beenIIon t r two weeks There will be preaching at Zion the fourth Sunday atil oclock by Rev Thompson A large crowd expected I IrLhele will be singing at Zion thesecond Sunday in April con ducted by Profs EQ Gabel and Turner Bob Willis of color our camion trapper has Ipeeft haying grand success for the past two weeks catching foxes Mr R M Cabell and wife visit ed her mother M sG GRey hOldS of Ozaric last week v Mt Bob Smith and wife were vsiti gatMrJ Smiths parents near Mt Pleasant last Saturday andSunday Mrs U W Brockman whos hs been sick for some time is slowly improving j i Mrs Mont Zirtleyi pf Ozark yisitedhis uncle Mr J P Willis last Sunday J5 Miss Matty Young visited IfiLrs YE riurt df Gadb rry last ftfefefeiy iS tMiss Mary Lizzie Conpyer who has beiivisitiiTg her aunt Miss ftf j t J iff J fp1 f t1 t tti J I 1 4i rAlL4 j Effie Co over returned home last Saturday accompained by her aunt and uncle Mr R L Murrell who has been sick has recovered Mr W W Kirtl y the mer chant of Joppa is having a good trade at present Mrs Polly Montgomery celebrate her 87 birthday the 13th of March and is still very a tiIfor her age Ella A thiSjsectIont MrL PI Bottomsandwife spent Thursday night at J BI t Abrels Miss Mattie Ayers visited Miss Lizzie Abrel SundaySMr Junius Holt and family IIlastJ B Abrel and N B Dilling ham yere in Russell county one day last week on business Mrs Maggie Perryman who has been on the sick list is better Peach trees are in bloom in this section C C Holt passed throngh this place Tuesday en routeto Russell 5countyItMr J R Beard was herej Thursday G B Williams is laid up with lagrip Mr James Smiley who has been on the sick list is betteri Mrs Ella Pike is some better Candidates passing through here about every three hours L B Bottom will move to the Russell Springs soon Dr Newman Tarter is some better at this writing Miami Farmers are stirring theirlanii with a vim Finis Rodgers who has made his home at C E Rodgers Winter has left Miami for FarmI ingdale 111 expecting to make his home in that city Mrs Kate M Durham widow of Lucien Durham will have aj sale on March the 27 It is thought here that Mrs Durham HarrodsburgI Duff Thompson will live on the Durham farm lover 1b e f R rm JJIr Any intelligent person can be nss- own doctor in the ordinary case of liver trouble for the symptoms can- iiot be mistaken If the white of the ee becomes yellowish if the skin becomes sallow if pimples aiid blotches appear if the bowels do not irjove if you have sick headache if you are bilious you may be sure that your rliver ist9rpidor inactive l yettouidSyrupPepsinThis wonderful remedy is hot Only a laxa ltive but a tonic as well It will start the HOW of gastric juice thereby soon enabling the liver to dQ its work natur ajlly A bottle of this great liver remedy can be bought of any druggist for 50 c Its or 1 and in many cases a single bottle has cured a chronic case For example John W Lee 619 S Penn sylvania1 ave Indianapolis Ind had a stubborn and very longstanding case of liver trouble with pimples blotches jaundice etc and it cured him Mrs Bf Flinchum Jackson Ky says the same iOf it Thousands of families keep the house against just such an emerj someIwJthoutpersonaLetest bottle if you will send your name and address The sample will show you how pleasant it Is to take how gently It- works It start you on the ure t f your trouble and convince you that you ofiIf there is anything about your ailment that you don t Ianyto the doctor and he will answer you fully There Js no charge f5r this service The address is Dr WJ B Caldwell CaldweirWdfV JtonticeHo I J S f 6 l L 1 Our Cannon t INow with that same old Cannon To rake them fore and aft 11IWho opposes all race feeling tAnd its up to you my friends Or is this double dealing accomplish party end ILet hus stick to that old habit of late so much aboundst ITo be running with the rabbitiwere holding with the hounds J T Jones Montpelier Ky f Beggars Cant be Choosers r J ThePayne tariff bill may be open to all the objections Mr 2 Clark brings againstit At that 4 it is an improvement over the JI Dingley bill and in all likelihood better than the measure as it will finally pass after the Senate gets through amending it Its not what Mr Clark and the Demo cratic party want but what they j can get that should form the plan of campaign for the House minorityS The county by its vote in No vember gave its approval to the continuance of the the protective j i policy To expect a majority elected on that understanding to draw up and pass a measure that coincides with the wishes and be liefs of the defeated party is to expect the impossible Thebest the minority can do is to use its full influence to the end that the Payne bill shall pass as nearly in its present form as possible What changes are made iii itS will not be made on the side or reductionLouisville Times GO t j iNear Death in Big Pond t was a thrilling experience to Mrs IIItSoper to face death For years a lung trouble gave me intense suffering she writes and several times nearly caused my death All r remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Then Dr Kings New Dis covery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs SoperSlives in Big Pond Pa It works wonders in Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages LaGrippe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and alt Bron chjal affections 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co A SPLENDID OFFER You can get The Louisville Times regular price 500 a year and The Adair County News both one year for350 The Louisville Times is the best afternoon paper printed any where Has the best corps of corres Ipondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectly 4 Covers the general news fief t completely Has the best and fullest mat fr ket reports Democratic inpolitics Iiau ito everybody Send your subscriptionrighrtr away to this papernot to the Louisville Times This special low offer may be withdrawn at any time so get in now This rate is good only for mail sub scriptions and we cannot accept orders for the Louisville Times where that paper has a regular agent who furnishes papers by the month v JTwo papers for less than the price ofone 77 J The Lurid Glow of Doom was seen in the eqfacehands and body of the little son of H M Adams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and Baffled the best doc tars whosaid the poisened blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters com pletely cureci him Foi Eruptions Eczema SaltRleumSor sandanBlood Disordersand Rheumatism Elec tric Bitters is 5i d1t4cImi1 I ft1+ j i- J j I1f o r ps i tf4 7Tiw r 1 JyV I N 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSI It f dnirfJly uty tUf I Published Every Wednesday it BY THE XAdairlews company r 0 INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests 9f the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postofficeas second clan mail matt- erWED2 MARCH 31 1909 rt N i i1 NTS I FOR STATE SENATE We are authorized to announce that Hon L T Neat is a candidate for the State Senate in this the 16th Senatorial district subject to the action ota Dis trict Convention to be held at James town Mondav April 26 County mass conventions Saturday April 24th Under the proper heading inI another column will be found theI announcement of Mr John Burton a candidatefor the office subjilican party to be expressed in the Iiprimary of April the 24th Mr Burton is a gentleman upright f andhonest in his dealings and attentive to ascRepublican o as true to his party as the needle to the pole and in every political battle he may be depended upon to do his whole J duty For hasabeen engaged in the merchan tile business and enjoys a repu tation for fair square dealing His father the late Eli Burton was elected Assessor eight years ago but died before his term of 1 office expired when Mr John W Burton who had been his deputy was appointed to fill out f the unexpired term His experience therefore as deputy under his father and later the full control of the work gave him the experience that would be worth much in the full discharge of the duties of the of fice As a gentleman as a Re publican that never wavers he submits his candidacy to the thejpledge that he will do all within r his power to secure the elec f tion of the ticket if nominated and if elected that he will faith I fully and impartially discharge p the duties of the office to the best of his ability lion L T Neat announces his candidacy for the State Senate in the News of this issue sub j ject to the action of the Repub lican party County Mass Con ventions are to be held on Saturday April 24 and the District Convention will be held at James town Monday April 26 111i Neat is a native of Adair county and has been prominent in Re publican politics since he was eighteen yearsold He has serv ed one term in the Kentucky Legislatureland for awhile was Deputy Warden 6 f Frankfort penitentiary during Senator Bradleys term of office as Governor Mr Neat is popular with his party in the district and his u 1f1 work diligently to Secure his nomination He is asonof for tl mer Senator Hon W F Neafe He solicits the support of his c friends throughout the district rqptpc Jf v Willie Whitlarthe kidnaped JIi boy was restored to his parents Xi last weeE His father paid a r rJ 0f1isomof1 OOO A man and ViJ td11i 01T f 1t t rt fl J tli j lrTt l 41WIthson of the woman over 9000 of the money was found The par ties are in jail at Mercer Pa The bowas stolen from school atlSharon PaThe boy has identified the man who took him from his home town The man andjwoman are both known to the boys father There is a great deal of mystery about the case Indictments have been re turned The man and woman charged with abducting Willie Whitla are now in jail at Mercer Pa Going from Pittsburg to Mercer the woman made an attempt to escape bylfjumping from a care window while the train was mak ing thirty miles an hour She was caught and held by an of ficerIITO The Republican Voters of Adair County hereby certify that W T II of Columbia Adair coun ty Ky has been examined under my supervision touching his qualifications for the discharge of the duties of Circuit Court Clerk and I find that he is qual ified for said office H C Baker Judge Adair Circuit Court This March 29th 1909IColumbia Ky Mch 29 09 We the undersigned Attorneys at the Columbia Bar certify that we ire well acquainted with Mr W T Price who is a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair County and we know him to be a man well qualified for the office that he is sober =honest and in every way well fitted for the position he seeks W W Jones Junius Hancock H Q Baker F R Winfrey J ft HIndman H T Baker Jas Garnett L C Winfrey tJHurtiThe question of my qualifica tions having been raised by Mr McLean my opponent J take great pleasure in submitting to you the above certificate of my examination by Judge Baker our Circuit Judge as required by law which speaks for itself I also ask your attention to the statement of the members of the Columbia Bar on the same sub jectAs to my party record will say that I began to vote the Republi can ticket at the age of twenty one years and have continued to do so until this good year and will be glad tohave you compare that record with that of my op ponent as suggested by him Thanking you in advance for your cordial support and assur ing you that the same will be appreciated I am- Very truly yours W T Pie Jabez IWheat and winter oats are looking very promising j Prospects are good for fruitd at present haVinglIfarm near PalaceVVVVV G M McKinley isI doing a good business with his roller t mill at yinnie Ky 1JF Zimmerman left jester jday for Illinois Felix Stephens of Sunshine who has been critically ilf for some time is improving f r t 1j r Bakerton News is scarce but plenty of mud andwatel i The StrRowena Jat this wharf unloading fertilizer Miss Gaudor Williams returned on the Str Rowena from Burn side where she has been visiting her brother Walter J A Baker is vel Ysic1c with the gripp Rev Hunt of Burkesville is visiting in Bakerton I Miss Willie Parrish oft How ards Bottom is visiting in Co lumbia this week Thextelephone line from Big Renox to Crocus is about com pleted Circuit Court convenedat Burkesville the 15th There are not many traveling men coming this way Wonder why Judge Herriford and John Parrish are out buying stocky for the Louisville and Cincinnati markets last week Silas Stephenson and Willie Bell were here today buying har- f nessDr T T Baker and son Gil liam were here a few days ago The Dr was looking after the sick and Gilliam after the poultry business Mrs Joe Vau han of Rowena yisited her daughter Mrs S A Stephens recently J GeorgeIStr Harley They are going to Celina Tenn on a visit Aubry Helm has quit school at Burkesville and gone to farming James Cole is on the sick list J F Lloyd was here Tuesday on business i John and Walter Goff of Co Ilumbia visited tneir parents ai It this place last Saturday and Sunday t H C Parrish is expecting his son George home from Texas in a few days He says he has enough of Texas Str Harley passed up last night dont know how far she was go ing There is not as much busi ness being done on the river as there was last season Jerry Rowe tof color who has been sick for twomonths is betterKilpatrick the stave man is here looking after his staves Bob Parrish is fixing to start to Nashville with a tie raft The tow Albany passed down this moring going below after a bargeMr Norman I Taylor of Burn side was on the Str Rowena last week looking after chicken eggs Longstreet inithis section- Farmers are plowing for an other crop of corn S B Wade is running a large business in the way of farming this Spring Dallas Wilson of this place and Miss Mary Meece of Eli were married one day last week J H Smith and Ed Withers were here one day last S B Rexroat bought five acresfl of land from Sam Chrisman 1500 per acre Tom Wilson was here one day this week IIIM E Tarter Son the poul try week men were here one day this Highland Peacock Head of Young ICoffey HIGHLAND PEACOCK property of Young Coffey Columbia Ky cherry bay saddle stallion 151 hands high weight l 501hSI 15 years Jordan Peacock 1148 he by Peacock 498 by Blue Jeans 3 FirstY dam Bessie Sewell 4805 by Raven Artist 1043 bY Chester by Artist 75 Second dam by Black Whip Third dam CabelPs Lexington 3234 by Gists Black Hawk Highland Peacock is so well known by the people of his and adjoining counties as a show horse and breeder we deem it unnecessary to make any further statement as to his worth Pee 3 I 0 to insure a living colt The Great Imported Hermence which once sold for Hermis and a g neatImake the Season at 310 to Insure a living colt Hermence IS heartily endorsed by the Kentucky Breeders Bureau and we think will be endorsed by nearly every dealer in the State His fee at one time was 25- 0Wehaye the same j ackwe kept last year LOCpfOCUS This jack has proven himself an excellent breeder arid very sure Pee Seven Dolls to insure a living colt r I We invite you to call at our barn in Columbia and let us show you in ur stock i Terms all cases money due when colt is foaled mare redremoved from the neighborhood or bred tootherostock Not sponsible for accidents a- T itl jtiY f Coffey fS rrjr Tr j j i t r V iJ VV I See the Great f Majestic Range in Opperatio in our New StoreV Every Day Opening Week fREE fREE T 5 t WORTH MERCHANDISE yr- i WORTlli- I i 15OOiW- ill be given ABSOLUTELY fREE to the Person laking the Larg est Purchase in Cash During our Opening Week from Monday 9 April 5th to Saturday April 10th Inclusive IT We will have about fifteenVHardware Buggy Harness 4 s Implement and Machinery experts from the various factories that manufacture t our goods with us during t f the week and it will pay you to come in whether you t I desire to purchase or not f T H 11 E fl lit BUCUANJNL YON COMPANY INCORPORATEDV CAMPBELLSVILLE KY P f Souvenirs for Ladies i 1 and Souvenirs for Gentlemen Aprili5th to 10th i Inclusive j rGti v 0 l 0 j t r i it r Y Ed THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 LOUISVILLE MARKETS LatestQuotations on LiveStock rsjrl CATTLE Shipping steer S 4705575 Beef steers i 3lOO540 Fat heifers and cows 300525 Cutters 200300 Ganners 100200 Bulls 200400 Feeders 300500 Stockers V 225450 Choicemilch cows 35004500 Common to fair caws 15003500 HOGS Choice 160 to 200 n 710 Mediums 130 to 160 640 Pigs 500525 Roughs 585 down SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs 06k Culls 1 0305 Fat sheep 04i down Columbia Market POULRTY Turkeys 69Chickens 11 Ducks 07 GRAIN Wheat r 115 Corn 60 YYYY1L t YYYYYY t n PERSONAL o J Mr A G Norris was here last Fri day Hon Geo Nell is now in the revenue service at Lebanon Eld 3 Q Montgomery of Liberty was here last week Mr W R Myers is spending a few days in Indianapolis k i Mr W G Clellan of Lebanon was here a few days ago Rev AR Kasey was called to Adair ville the first of lastweek Mr Joel Darnell of Gadberry who has been quite sick is better Mr Minatree Monday of Knifley was at the Hustonville stock sale Miss Delia Sullivian of Louisville is visiting her brother Mr V Sullivan Mr V Sullivan wife and sister Miss Delia visited relatives at Roy Sunday Mary D a little daughter of Mr and Mrs A D Patteson is quite sick Miss Cary Jackman is visiting her grandparents at Glenville this week Miss Lorena Pile visited friends in Campbellsville a few days of last week Dr R H Perryman was with his friends here from last Friday until Mon dayIMr Joshua Murrell of Metcalfe county was up to see his relatives last weekMr SoL Hartfield Camp Knox at tended the Hustonville combination sale last week Miss Mollie Caldwell of Portland visited her sister Mrs Tom Waggener last week Mr A A Huddleston and Mr B L Simpson Burkesville were here the first of the week Walker a little son of Mr and Mrs Walker Bryant has been quite sick for the past ten days Miss Mary Trabue is better and her sister Miss Tillie has resumed her work at the College Edward W the little sonof Mr and Mrs W E Bradshaw has been quite sick for several daysIMr W M bellsville spent last Sunday with Mr andMrs Jas Garnett Mr John Sandusky is in Campbells ville this week shipping staves for Myers Sandusky Bros Mrs N W Miller of Madisonville js visiting her mother near JoAAaand other relatives in the county Mr Basil Chapman who is a general merchant at t Fairplay left for the Louisville market last Thursday Alva the little son of Mr and Mrs G A Feese of near Cane Valley his been quite sick for several days Mr George Akin and Mr Evan Akin two substantial farmers of the Sparks yule country were here last Monday MrJ C Carter candidate for Cir cuit Judge in this district was here Thursday and Friday He went to Liber ty Mr Frank Winfrey who has been confined to his home for several weeks was able to walk down it town last Fri day Mr S M Hurt of Esto left for Illinois yesterday where he goes to locate Before leaving hp subscribed for The NewsMr H R Turner wife and children Campbellsville were here last week visiting Miss Mary Tralue aunt of Mrs Turner who has been quite sick Mr Lilburn Phelps of Jamestown who is seeking the Republican nomi nation for the State Senate in this the 16th district was here to see his friends last Thursday Mrs BettieW Butler will leave on a visit to Glasgow next Saturday and will be present at the marriage of her niece Miss Elsie Dixon to Mr Lance Trigg which occurs April 8 Misses Judith Montgomery and Bulah Bradfordaccompanied MisSJPearl1 Breading home Friday afternoon and remained over Sunday All tfiree of the young ladies are students in the Lindsey Wilson Dr L E Williams who underwent an operation for appendicitis at St Josephs Infirmary Louisville two inIstitutionhis home in Glasgow His many Adair county friends hope that it will not be many weeks until he will be fully restored to Health and activity Program i The Regular meeting of the Russell county medical society will be held at Jamestown April 5th 830 a m 1909 with the following program W G D Flanagan public and private sanitation L Hammond his own selection John B Combest duties of officers andmembers of the society J B Scholl mortality in obstetric Voluntary papers are earnestly requested by any and all It is to be hoped that every Dr in the county will be present also the laity is especi ally invited J B Scholl Pres John D Combest Sec Liio Notice Every one who agreed to join the farmers club as presented last fall are requested to meet in the News Office next Saturday at one oclock for the purpose of furthering the interest of the organization Remember that this meeting is important and while only a few joined it is therefore necessary that every member should be present Dont fail to attend the meeting This is the initiatory step and we hope to accomplish much good in the farming interest in this county C S Harris Preaching Next Sunday WH C Sandidge Edmonton W S Dudgeon Bethlehem F J Barger Creelsboro Z T Williams Columbia J R Grider Mt Vernon- J N Walbert Harrods Fork G Dockery Union chapel and East Fork A R Kasey Tabor J A Johnston Pleasant Ridge J H Rood Clear Spring W JJ Cave Liberty ArweclThe Coach Horse Will make the present season at my barn 1miles south of Mill to wirrand will be permitted to serve mares for the sum of 312 to Insure a LivingtoU IT Money due when mare is traded or bred to other stock 7 e lif I f rT 7101 fcMMft 4 I will also stand this celebrated a ki4e fee being 7i c The terms same as the above named horse i B OWNIi i Jft AN ADDRESS Jamestown Ky March 26 1909 To the Republican voters of Adair County r A convention tQ nominate a Republican candidate for senator for the 16th district composed of the counties of Adair Clinton Cumberland Wayne and Russell has been called to meet at Jamestown Ky on April 26 1909 The county mass conventions to se let delegates to attend the district convention will be held at Columbia and at the other county seats on Satur day April 24 It is called for one oclock p m but under the rules will be called to order promptly ab 130 Adair has 19 delagales Clinton 11 Cumberland 12 Wayne 19 Russell 13 making 38 votes necessary to a choice There are atthe time this is written three candidates Leo Wright of Wayne county Tom Neat of Adair and the writer Lilburn Phelps of Russell On January 2 last the Republican county executive committee of Russell county met at Jamestown for the pur pose of calling a primary to nominate a county ticket During the session of the committee Judge Sharp offered a resolution reciting the fact that Russell county had never bad a state senator and suggesting to the other counties that I was a suitable person to make the race The resolution also called me to submit my claims and the onI of Russell county to the rest of the trict This I am now trying to do the best of my ability Mr Lloyd the chairman not only put the question to his committee but also submitted itjfto the crowd of Republi cans present and it was carried by a hearty and unanimous vote Naturally I was pleased and gratified at this expression of confidence from my home people and I then promised to answer the call as best 1 could unless something happened to make it im possible Even four years ago it was conceded to be Russells time to furnish the can hadIhad named Hon John W Catron Cum berland Senator Miller while Adair had been honored by the selection of Senator Frank Neat and two Drsl Nell But I could not then make the race and the nomination again fell to an Adair county man the Hon Law rence Nell of Gradyville our present state senator This time Russell has a candidate who enters the race at his countys com mand It is perfectly plain that the other and larger counties can forever deny Russell any representation in the state senate as it is a small county ofiLegislative district composed of Casey jI rand Russell we have never had any trouble in regard to nominations pasey is the larger county and if disposed to run over us could name the candidate every time But she is too fair minded to do that We take it time about We name the candidate this year twoI years hence it will be Caseys time arrangeIberland and two counties alternating in the choice of Representative And I believe a great majrityof theI people of Adair county want to be fair to the little county of Russell in the senatorial race The two counties of Adair and Wayne can combine and run it over us and give the nomination to a Wayne or Adair man if the people will submit But will they do it The counties of Adair and Russell have maintained the most cordial relations Russell has loyally supported Adairs candidates for district offices The present Circuit Judge and his pre decessor are Adair county men So are the present state senator and sever lalofhis predecessors We cheerfully supported them all countyIcounty merchants when we want outside counI sel in cases in court we employ bia lawyers when we want assistance in our revivalsye call on Columbia tministers visit each other often we are of the same old Virginia stock we rejoice in each others joys and sym pathize with each others sorrows But friendship is a reciprocal affair Adair is too generous we think to ask jI us always to give and never to receive anything in return We are not asking much The senatorship is almost an empty honor It is up to Adair I had been assured that I could count on the almost unani jI mous support of the county what effect Mr Neats candidacy will have remains to be seen My views on some questions likely to come before the legislature will appear i in a later issue of this paper tLILBURN PHELPS Valuable Farm For Sale 1 will sell my farm in east end l of Adair county at Montpelier con taming 200 acres 85 or 90 acres in fine timber balance in good state fIcultivation A good twostpry dwelling and one good twostory ss house Out buildings good One tenant house The premises are fenced andI cross fencedplenty of good water Price 10000 Go and see for your self I might consider a timber deal Mrs E BSam R Wheat 148tJIrvmg Texas u o 5hoe 5ho Mrs Mrs and Fred and Ii fall and early winter before had I to close out our had plJcedJtlarge orders with shoe manufacturers for entire spring of These orders were not subject to countermand we had to let them come on We now receiving the largest line of shoes for the spring we have ever had all the and Leathers in Ox fords Vici Kids Gunmetals Oxbloods Tans Patents Etc Ladies Oxfords English Ties Pumps Buttons c in all the New Colors and Leathers Boys Misses and Childrens SHOES OF ALL KINDS We will continue to sell this new stock al soat a sacrifice and advise you to come at once and buy your spring shoes This is the best opportunity you will have to buy them cheap our sales in all departments have IWhile for the last 60 days we still have a large yet to be disposed of Re member this is no sale of old shoddy stuff but a genuine closing out sale of New Clean Up= to= Date Merchandise fJJ In a few days a new of desirable Millinery Goods will be opened up on our first floor and the will be invited to inspect that L RUSSELL l coJO + OOO JOOOs + 00000 000000000 0 + 0000 oWenow have the Most Complete Stock p of Hardware ever seen in Columbia f jIt 1lTIf you need a good Wagon Buggy or Surrey we can suit you Saddles Harness and all kinds of Farm Implements on hand OO f ow Field Seedyv= the Best on the Market O iF can meet the de= O 0 IOUY f11 LP D OllWe is The the Best Green Seal I The Vulcan Plow 4O- O t is one of the Strongest d Best Made v- V p We dell Gasoline Engines Saws Feed Mills Etc T IaGive4J Absher Mary A Broekman is on the sick list TWA Humphress Itson visited relatives pri Casey creek last Saturday and t Sunday Messrs Cortz anc Lambert Sanders visited the family of B F Robertson Sunday Mr Esther Moore little brother Willie visited thejr jtr r a f Last we de= cided stock we our lines shoess hence are trade = = New Lasts Mens = f Jt stock = stock ladies o uncle Joe H Morris Saturday and Sunday Mr D Absher and daughter Altha visited relatives oh Sul phur last week Misses Judelle and Emma Robertson were the guests of Miss Jennie L Smith lastSatur day alJ Sunday We are glad to note that Miss Ida Grant has about recovered from an attack of Inflammatory rheumatism Miss Emma Hardwick who o TE has been on an extended visit in this neighborhood returned home Saturday c Miss Ora Mae Corbin is visit 1inghIti writesJyears of eczema that 15 doctors couldinot cure had at last laid me up Then t 1 Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound Eruptions j Fever Sores Burns t Scalds Cuts and If Piles 25catPaullDrug Co f I fin ij i furl Luuf r 4 4 r tc t i j r6f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i r I U5 N Time Card In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 or SOUTH BOUND TEA1N Lv LOUISVILLE Au LEBANON Ko27v 700am 942am No 23 815 am T 1004 am Uo79 505 pm 740 pm No 210 800 pm 1000 pm- Th 93 630 pm 900 pm NORTHBOUND TRAIN Lv LEBANON An LOUISVILLE No24548am 750 am 3Jo 787 amp 1015 Na28 m v 430 pm 655 pm N0 22 6 8pm 815p- To92 732 am 1015a Nos 92 and 93 arc Sunday trains only 1Diamonds i Jewlers and Opticians t idEPT l givencil ofgoods in our line i1r Oposite Musk Hall 132 Market Bet 1st 2d StLouisvilIe KyI II ItS D Crenshaw f i VETERINARY SURGEON II Special Attention to EyesIIFistulo Pollevil Spavin or gical work done at fair prices well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock I removed from stables J ONE IIALF MILE FROM COLUMIA I ON III Coffins AND Caskets Til keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to paItronize my shop Ar sr11 WILMORE HOTEL 5 j W M UimiWO E P lfOPfI FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome 9 Feed StableI QKftDYVILLe Kyll r5 Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 I Or James Tripleft Dentist s JEFFRIES BLOCKr COLUMBIA KENTUCKY IDr 4 Euitha rI 3 entist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA Joseph H Stone J AttorneyAtLaw ff Will practice in this and adjoining counties Jamestown Kentucky t f 1 =f t 4ry tIr 1ij l i ir 2 l4f l DenmarkV lJohn EL Payne will gather his corn when it rains UncleField andJout again Tom Sullivan has quit logging and gone to farming Miss Mollie Hadley who has 3mto 4 years is still an invalid with little hopes of being better Mr Hudson Blankenship on Feb 28th celebrated his 86th birthday There being present df relatives and friends Ollie Buchanan and wife Allen Aaron and wife Elmer Rippetoe and wife Ell McFarland and wife Charlie Coffey and wife Mr Alva McFarland and the Misses Jessie and Mary Vaughan The culinary department was upto date the table groaning under load of the fat pf the land Uncle Hut is vigerous and is promised a goodly number of years yet Mr Charley Coffey celebrated his 41st birthday on the 16th inst Charley is one of our best citizens He has quite a number of relatives in Columbia One cannot visit kinder people thaI Charley and his esteemed half Ell McFarland and wife- Alva McFarland Mrs Hiram Kimbler Uncle Hudson Blanken ship Mrs Angelina Blakey Misses Bettie Kimbler and Mau Blakey Mrs Oda Rippetoe an your correspondent partook of sumptious meal the orderly arrangement could not have bee surpassed by the noted Brps The result of such occasions is a green spot in our memory not to be easily erased Lets repeat them a year hence McGaha Farmers are busy in this com givfe vim A new foot bridge is being built at this place J F Neat and Lafe Rooks are managers A great deal of sickness in this community Millrad Aaron has just finished a new barn- CyRobertson came down from Russell county and traded J T Redman a mare for a yoke f oxen Jim says Cy has put him lout of business IMr Anderson Hadley well in Adair and Russell counties died on March 16 He was 85 years old had been married three times His las wife a sister to Mr Frank Neat The deceased was an excellent old gentleman and will be greatly missed IIMrs Lucy Jane Gooden is verY this time Mrs Nancy en is also in a critical condition J Jabez The sun shines bright in a Old Kentucky Home today Mrs N J Morrow of Dell is visiting her daughter 7Mrs E McGowen this veekA Mr Mitchell Barlow of Wood stocka hardware drummer spent Monday night here R W Stephens of this place is carrying the Jamestown and Faubush mail this week YMr J W Mitchell of Avis s011lesurveying son Mr J E Roberts left here last week for Seymore Ill jMr R Mffelth Cumber yr peMv flRlp t land Grocery Cos salesman of Somerset and Mr Licley of Missouri stopped with M r s Wooldridge Tuesday night Mr J W Wooldridge of Ono was visiting his mother one night last week Mr and MrsM S Hatfield are visiting in this community this week Messrs J D Lowe and John Bailey of Columbia were here Wednesday night Mr Lowe was complaining of a cold and sore throat Mr C R Gwinn of Albany who represents Johnston Bros Wholesale Groceries Louisville was here Wednesday night tak ng orders Eller s childa ren have been down with ty phoid fever Mrs F B Simmons died last Sunday and was buried Monday after funeral services conducted by Eld B F Phelps M E Tarter of Fonthill was here on business Monday iMr F W Foley has been- quite sick for several days IJ W and Elmer Wilson and onIe day last week lefdt tdHaC Wilson were in Adair county Sundayn visitn ing near Sunshine this week William Wilson and Miss Lou- etta Passmore were united in marriage last Sunday yreturnII Mr J F Eastham is t reported t quite sick atthis writing BE Foley and I A Bernard were in Jamestown on businessr last week A L Foley was at Russell Springs on business the first of the week Dr J M Blair of EhY was here Thursday Cornelius Stephens of Eli was- here Thursday buying hogs IJ L Mann and family return Wednesday from a several days visit to relatives at Mann town Mrs M E McQueary visited her daughter Mrs Elbert Wil dayslast l Garlin Mr Ed McKinley past through here produce one day last week buying Mr B G Redmon and wife kvisfted at Martin Redmons Saturday and Sunday urMiss Ruth Murrell was th pleasant guest of Misses Lula an Annie Royse last week hehr cousin Miss Ida Holmes Satur j day and Sunday Miss Bessie Rigney of McGaha visited at Mr John Rules one day last week Marvin Burton is very sick X Master Paul Rigney visited Master Gus Redmon last Sunday beemevisiting at Ozark has returned home John B Etly charged with killing his wife vin Louisville was acquitted at his third trial Zf i it 1 Ur6i r f n f i The a Steel Grey 16 hands high fat As an individual he is rather plain but not any more so than Red Bird On account of his plain individuality for years old Red Birds worth as a breeder pooropportunitySpringfieldyage can bought today for 100000 The time has already come when the horse like man is judged by what he can do rather than harnesshecan pass on the 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 hasalready proven himself to be a fine breed er On account of his common individuality he has not had an opportunity to serve many firstclass mares but notwith standing this fact if he has ever sired an inferior or undersized colt knowsno one where to find it horsethatCaneValleyaone regardless of breeding His yearling colts are near Purdy and of course were raised from common mares yet theyare far superior to colts raised from better c oneaninterestedpartyas a lie will Serve Mares at 10 to a Living Colt forJockeyDf 3234LY by Cabells Lexington Grey Lexingtons dam astandard bred mare entitled to register JIt COLONEL BRECKENRIDGE r In or in war the mule is a winner If you want a mule coltyon cannot do better than to breed to Colonel Breckenridge He formerly owned by Wolford Bros of Caseys Creek and while in that section he proved himselfbe a sunerh showringTwo mules sired this Jack were shown in bepermittedThe above namedstock will make the season of 1909 on the farm olJas R Wade on Green River two miles east of Absher and two niiles north of Purdy Stock will be kept on south side of river 24 Plato Wade Purdy Ky Pellyton MrS C Neat the hustling I travling salesman for Otter Co made his regular trip to this place the 16th J P Coffey made a trip to IMr last week- J F Pelley of Dunnville visited at this place Tuesday G We Rubarts made a busil trip to Moreland last week theIlast Monday JThe wife of W H Rubarts was operated on some time ago is improving slowly E C Absher and wife visited relatives at Russell Springs last Saturday and Sunday- J T Lemmon and family left for Stafford Kan the 15th to TheIgo success their new home Iin OF McKinley our tombstone manufacturer is in incinnati materialebusinessdD S Ellis was at Font Hill last week delivering tombstones for 0 F McKinleyI HISanders who has been very sick with pneumonia is improving Mr1 George Pat rinde is very sick this writing IMiss EffieOoffey who is at the L W T S was visiting her parents Saturday and Sunday r Ennis Sanders who has been at the bedside of his little sick brother Lees has returned to school again Frank Propesr our blacksmith tff ii ir i jJ f ti ffi h sGre Lexington Red Bird Stallion is and when weighs Twelve Hundred Pounds Insure peace was premium t r r000 CbDs ge00eeee0 e090eee OeCeeO Cu 9trmOCee 1Io Is a National Newspaper Democratic in a politics It prints all the news without or favor The regular price IS 100 Ifear but JOURNAL you can get the WEEKLY NEWSe I BOTH ONE YEAR I 1 FOF 0 1 if you will1 give or 51 id your order to this pager=not to the Courier Journal IIrate on Daily or Sunday if you will write I this paper f o was hurt badly last week by a fajl 0 C and J L PelleY7of Co lumbia stopped over for awhije at this place Monday natrp to McKinney The high waters ruined tsof- hay ong the river ale regret verymchtO hear ij i tt riysjjj p tstiJ1 i3MSv f 7J Ji of the death of Mr Charlie Mur rell and extend our sympathy to his bereaved family 4 Rear Admiral Edward Trask Strong U S N retired died suddenly of heart disea afjhis home at Andover Mass I iir 11 Get our rises on stock bi is- f ik tf 1 Ii l z 1 I 0 01i jf t 2 iir 3 t 7 7 r i k t Criir J2 tTLt 3 l iI I 1i t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 7 v 11 L Wo Odson Lewis J Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebakerf Birdsell tUlburnIe WagonsAOliver Chilled Plows A carload of Disc Harrows car load of i iiultvators Corn Planters and = Corn Drills Will live the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for J Spring trade 1 IME SALT AND CEMENT1 A SPECIAL LINE- W1JI =S deliver any kind of Farm Th Implements at any station on the L N R RLvAi A oodson Lewis ifhe Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to till A s- l 1r v 0 Q 0 S coLI Bill N DS v I rw e i i Larg st Sash and Door House 4 the South your orders to us for prompt 4 goods If We them A f L E i Main i t J KY p ih ar a pom 0 0o oo Na 00 +44 + ii t ol tt 13t1os 116 E arkrt SttBet 1st Sitopk et r ucarry t J lent J i Fence rF t Also oof111- e All Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns Porch Material Stair Work Interior Finish Etc Wholesale Li tin shipment ISelJd appreciate liUCHES CO 211215 street INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE te 46H1 Y IRON TlA1 0 dine Gans MaTE 1 IB11 3 II u1S ville Kenttieky Telephone 2167Both Phones 50 DJff Stylea IjvStjioek Kinds bwARE Gatleiry WaGON salNCH i j SO INCH 1 IV t 0 42INcH fJ 1 1 NJrll F 341NCHfI 61NC- HIr 1 a IA riiH ir Ir f IdLV I J f 111 J ltsr cg t i srsr eca ara rrritn n Pi1L tLLWUUU FENCE STANDARD STYLEMADE SIXt1EIQt1TSrn f ONN 4 N sN IIvw lv V w w 1wwvi W ww 4 1 3t fI 171 fi t I i ofl f VIm k r Ir James Menzies w M OSTEOPATHY mfir 4 C SULTATI4 AND Office fc rINATIO REEt AT RESIDENCE L ColumbiaKentuclcy ojfi T w 30K fIE K 7ii ae ir7a s fy ji i dl i k fj itFi f I 1 DOLPHINS 4 theIDolphin hunting ns a sport is old to the Malouins the inhabitants of St Malo Several species of dolphins are to be met with near the shores of Brit tany The largest is known to science as Delphinus delphis and differs from other varieties by its long jaws very like the beak of a big bird and armed with about sixty teeth as hard and sharp as steel Its length may reach nine feet and it weighs from 300 to 400 pounds A swift swimmer it preys on the schools of herrings fol lowing them right up to the Scottish waters In spite of Its greed it is noted for its mild temper and fre quently amuses itself by playing around ships in the open sea Then there is the Delphinus tursio or souf fleur This is smaller and its beak is shorter though armed with strong powerful teeth that enable it to attack- a big fish pinning it down to the rocks with such force that its nose is often deeply marked with numerous cuts This dolphin hates the very sight of a ship and never comes close to one Finally there is the porpoise or mar couin the smallest species of the genus Much sport may be obtained by hunting these various dolphins Wide World Magazine HIS UMBRELLA It Was the Cause of Airing Family Secrets In Public A young man was riding in an omni bus He took the corner seat and held In his hand an umbrella which had been given him as a birthday present On the seat facing him was a lady with a precocious boy evidently about five years old The youngster regarded the young man with attention for a few moments and then his eyes wandered to the umbrella He gazed at it In silence for a second then he wriggled in his seat clapped his hands and shouted Oh mamma dont that look like pa pas umbrella Hush hush my child said the mother patting the prodigy on the headPapa was looking for his umbrella this morning mamma continued the child wonder Yes yes but he found it said the mother hurriedly as the conversation was becoming of interest to the occu pants of the seats Why mamma continued the youngster you know he didnt You told him that he didnt know enough to keep an umbrella Why mamma1 At this stage the small boy was car ried howling from the bus Pearsons Weekly Hailstones That Kill Cattle Hailstones as big as baseballs hail stones that kill cattle RubbishIt truth declared the weatherman These hailstones fall in the neighborhood of the Sierra Tapalgiren near Buenos Aires Darwin himself is my witness Darwin testifies for in his splendid book The Voyage o the BeagleIThe great scientist saw what I saw hailstones the size of oranges crash ing and smashing with a noise like a railroad collision After the storm he came upon thirteen dead deer and fif teen dead ostriches His companions saw several ostriches blinded in one eye and another ostrich running furiously in crazy circles blinded in both eyes by those terrible stones What I saw was a herd of forty cat tIe all lying dead About them the grass was gray and white with slain birdsducks hawks partridges The Ancient Stone Stingers It has been said that Asiatic nations excelled others in the use of the sling and the slingers of an ancient army used their little weapons with terrible effect These natives have such skill says one old historian that it very rarely happens that they miss their aim What makes them so great in the use of the sling Is the training giv en them from their earliest years by their mothers who set up a piece of bread hung at the end of a rod for h target and let their children remain without food until they have hit it when the child who is the victor re ceives the bread as the reward of his skill and patience The Bedouins Bed An interesting patient at the med ical mission at Haifa Paleston is alluded to in the annual report of thej S P C K Dr Coles writes During the year we have had many patients from very desolate parts of Asia One was a Bedouin who had never been Inside ota house with windows and had never seen a bedstead He wanted to sleep under the bed fearing to fall off if he tried to sleep in It saying I cant stay awake all night holdin on tothis bank Besides it will not mattressNHer Triumph Penelope triumphantly I heard last night that Jack was head over ears in love with me Grace jealously You PenelopV e e was something in It GraceWhy Who told you Penelope He did Cured My wife will never buy any more- cigars for me Why not I insisted upon smoking all of the last lot in the house Some of the rooms still reek with themCleve land Plain Djealer If yoti would not cease to love man kind you must not cease to do them w rr1L01Tf j JS jRy Mrs Granville Estes who has been on the sick list far some time is improving Robt Wilson is very sick at this writing Mrs J W Harvey is on the sick list X W Scott made a business trip to Breeding Thursday Mr and Mrs Alvy Harvey of Sparksville visited at W J Beans Monday Misses Cordie and Mattie Campbell Dirigo were the guests of Miss Mamie Bean Sun dayMrs W Jas the guest of Mrs Joe Brake Thursday Mrs T JRossonRugby visited at W J Beans Sunday Mrs Etta Harvey visted the family of W J Bean Sunday- J W Harvey visited his moth er near Rugby Sunday who is very low with rheumatism A S Rosson Rogby visited at W J Beans Sunday Miss Brittie Rosson Rugby was the guest of Miss Bulah Bean Sunday Rowena Farmers who failed to get their breaking done last fall have been making use of the pretty days we have recently hadIa acrege outAttis McFarland of this place is visiting his brathers in Adair this week and will return to Jamestown Thursday or Friday Dr J 1 McClendon is having quite an extensive practice he has one patient in Cumberland whofpneuIm 1Theogeneral merchandise Herbert son of J M McFar land is improving nicely over a severe attack of Mrs Jennie pneumoniaIvisiting her last week and Sunday Robbie Conner who shot and killed Constable Hammons in Clinton County stood his ex amining trial last week andwas released on a 3000 bond Mr Wm Looper and daughter Ether who have been visitin the formers daughter Mrs Maud McFarland have returned to Belle Plains Kansas accompan ied by Mr B H Long of this place Mrs Leatha Vaughan was visiting her daughter Mrs Emma weekgand returned home on the Str Rowena Mr Theo Stephenson who has I been attending the L W T S returned home Saturday quite sick Dr Ballou was called to see him Sunday I v I Secret service operativesipcat ed a counterfeiting outfit in an nearGarThe wets t will petition for a local option election in Trigg county which went dry at the last electionwi urilkr I t JKKB Montpelier32fijJAKE is a bay stallion 15i hands high very handsome and po perjfectsound in every particular and will measure up to your demands if thehighestboth sides in the second generation Hambletonian 10 is conceded onlybeingrare bindingIn instance money is duewhen colt is foaled mare trad accidentsJoe Williams bette- rprepared furnish toI farmers withI L IIandthan ever befoleIOne of Harrows Hay Rakes Also the Olin ver Chill Plows and the Brown Cultivators Wheat Dills Corn Drills Wagons one of Buggies AI a nice line of Harness In fact many things which is not mentioned I J IJamestown I Binder Twine Buggy WhipsI L J U HARDW K Pres J H COCKE V Pres R H DIETZMAN Sec W T Pyne Mill Supply CoiESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 MtLkLkWIGJ4TZ I ffiACfllftlSTS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 Tfflft FEENTHM FIN LOUISIILLe SMOKESTACKS Sheet and Tank Work t JOBBING WORK SOLICITED All of Machinery Repaired 11NoticeIWhile pur year ago some friends of thee contest toSomeone year This was done with good will toward the friend and to place the vote in favor of their candidate Owin 1ejief r o t t t I am I car car of car Iron Kinds scriptions and now ask every one who received the paper through the courtesy of a friend to notify the office if it is not wanted and it will promptly be dis continued If no order to discontinue is received it will be understood that J you desire the paper and that you w111fpay for it when bill is rendered We i trust every one will renew but ares ready to discontinue when notified jtia r r ttr i iiI I J4J pi c l 0 t cv J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i nlFs 1ItsWEEPINC REDUCTION IN THE COODS YOU NEEDl IIII Suits worth 10 now go at 750 I III Outing Cloth E t III I Outing Cloth i III I Shirts IIIDress Goods Former price Tie per yard Now Former yardNow Former price 60c to 75c Now go at v Former price 50 cents Now H IL ELF oJ oJ r Gradyville We are having plenty of rain Fine prospects for a fruit crop faraDr L C Nell and daughter were at Edmonton last Thurs day visiting relatives C S Bell was on the sick list a day or so last week W C Yates of Portland was calling on his friends here last Wednesday Mrs Kate Hughes of Colum bia visited her daughter Mrs J A Diddle a day or so of last week Miss Mallie Moss of the L W T S of Columbia spent Saturday night and Sunday at her home near hear Messrs Nell Keen and Kelt ner three of our efficient mer crants spent several days of 1 last week on the Louisville mar ket Mitchell Denny who has been confined for some time with pneumonia fever is improving Mr Jo Yates of McGregor Texwas calling on his friends and relatives here several days of last week We are sorry to say that Jo is not in the best o health at present but we tak it that it is only a question of time after breathing this fresh air and drinking good pure water that his health will b- n good wellaknown dry goods man of Nash ville was calling on our mer withra fine tine of goods Mrs Thos Moss is in a very timeftShe has been confined to her room for several weeks with fever and it is feared that her lungs are very much involved at this time The singing at the Methodist church in our town last Sunday evening conducted by Profs Pickett and Keltner was well at tendedand some fine music ren dered The only objection wa that the singing did not last long enough Come again The ladies in general have a special invitation to attend th- milline e opening of Mrs Hills goods in our city on Saturday April 3rd Mr C C Stephens and wife Mr J F Pendleton and wife attended the funeral of Mrs Curt Coleman at East Fork last Thurs day The funeral was preached by Rev T L Hulse of Colum 1 Sbia before a large audience Mrs C 0 Moss accompanied by her sister Miss Mollie Fl- ow4ers visited relatives in Columbia t l stFnay Columbia 4 o f Merida and Shirley Wilson 4 r 5c per yard I 7c i 38c each I 38c I one day last week who live about one mile south o f this place Some members of these families are confined with small pox and of course without a mere acci dent their entire families will have the disease We all know Dr Taylor is an experienced Physician with this disease and there will be every precaution taken to prevent the disease from spreading out side of these We take it thatwere is not any more danger incoming to this town from fear of taking small pox than there is in going to any other place There is no use staying away from Gradyville from fear o f small pox We have two good Physicians here that are ready and waiting with the goods to vaccinate you Our people are not the least bit scared on the account of the disease wRememberSunday in April there will b sacramental services at Unio church Our pastor Rev W H C Sandidge who has so faithfully served us for the pas thirty years has resigned and after this service will go to another field of labor We have ffeb r pastor Time can not erace the impressions that have been made under the preaching of our be Thee only reason that Bro Sandidge accepted a call from churchwas to get his work mor condensed and taking his age and everything into considera tion perhaps this is the best for him He will locate at Greens burg having charge of that church and two others nearby c Kills WouldBe Slayer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach live and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Consti pation Biliousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indigestion 25c at Paull Drug Co arkesvilles Two Methodist preachers Revs Shelly and R W Bell sto ped with C Gowen the 19th ryIce are a goo Born to the wife of Baker I England girl Elroy Roe had bad luck one night last week A hog ate a nice lamb for him Mrs Pearl Yarberry spent last week with her father at Bree ing H W Coomer of Basil vis ed at C Gowens one night last weekMrs Edna Barberry spent last week witli here arents i Squire G C Roe was at home last Saturday and Sunday r 1l c 2 THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY I handle the Oliver Plow Brown Cultivator Drills Binders Rakes and the Webber Wagons This ad shows only a few of the many articles marked down and points to the place where your in = terests are best served Yours truly R CH Dirigo It has begun to look like spring was here for sure The trees are getting green and peach trees are in full bloom But the wind snow and sleet this morning shows that winter is not yet goneJ W Campbell is rebuilding- He will have his house completed within a few weeks Mrs Miller Stotts has been real sick for the past few days Campbell Bros Stotts have their saw mill in operation this weekThe telephone line has been completed from here to Picnic It will soon be completed from there to Amandaville Melvin Petty has been real sick for the past few days It is an undesirable citizen who ill not speak a good word for anyesugn gested It was with the above in view that the Dirigo man totring his section to the front He has had the cooperation of all the good citizens of this sec Telephones are now to be- ound in almost every dwelling and ifsome pessimestic outsider does not interfere we will soon have daily mail and perhaps free delivery Lands have advanced in price at least 10 per cent lately betterrsureeenough and we have hopes of selling this section once more to its level of fifty years ago And to all who may be interested will say that Dr Hunter sold the farm in question after he had drilled until he was satisfied that if there was any oil on it it was beyond his reach But that was not the only farm to command a farmrcountrvIb and that the space in th News is too valuable to be used in use less contentions I shall drop the subject now and forever But askpone John Puiliam from the office of SUPt of public schools in Met calfe county Notice oupf gco purchased since last season another very fine Jack I doubt his equal being in Redd this spring You all know the reputation of the Red Birds He has the ltdaze color and model over most of them I now have five he d t two good horses and three good jacks Thanks for past favors with good will anEkind treatment for the future arid see for yourselfVery Respectfully irv SOLOMON MCFARLAND 18it Cane Valle YiK 4 t= 3CJOOOG a Rex Peacock Saddle m Harness Horse is a dapple bay 16 hands byjbreedinglqUalitieSgiVing firstQSpring= = Out of the entire number there is not a sor= Iry one some of them c for fancy prices X D PEDIGREE Li771P Jordon she Gov Wood cellilI25 per cent Cut in the price of Shoesjob lots J Forty Yards Remnant Calico 100 I KYA Serve at 1000 to Insure a Livjng Colt l Sired b II nsYNo 3 first dam by Cabbells Lexington No 3234 he by Jistsonddamby Louis Jordon thoroughbred Rexs first dam by 2nd Jewel heby Artest Jewel e111 by Cromwell Denmark he by Old Denmark a for IanyHe is black with 15 hands high Serve to insure living colt at 6 for horse 7 for mare colts iI PedigreeGov Wood was sired by Wallace Wood the Murry Jack he by Gov Wood he by Woods black Jack TipTop he by Peters Blackhe by Royal Mammoth jhe by old imported Morings Mammoth jennette Jack Dam by Brown Beck she of Black Molly Ben McFarlands Dfine w The above named stock will make the U present season at AO Youngs barn one mile north of Nthe same farm as Youngs Mill known as Montgomery or Murrell Mill Money due when colt foaled mare traded jj ft to other stock or moved from neighborhood If All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible shouldJt any occur l1 i KyJ33E33i Jordan Peacock Number 1148 horseslWill make the Season of 1909 at his home in Gradyville Ky at the Low Price of 15 to Insure a Living Colt Innbthego yitare ones t t bring the buyers from other states Last fall Mr U S Haynes of Clarksdale Mo bought seven of sellingfortoIother states by any other horse Did you know that Mr Otho Miller of Moody Texas bought two ofI 7 JORDANS colts last December for 100000 Mr Miller just came to Kentucky to buy one PEACOCK but f he liked them so well that he bought two He has written me since he went home that he ha0 adefattd mistake by not buying more of them Did you know that Capt Hampton of Washington City sepfitdtmsf r tthethey are the ones that are selling and bringing more than double the price of any others So doit fobs your time away breeding to others because they are close to you or because the owner of them iJJyour L friend Look to your own interest and breed to JORDAN PEACOCK arid get a colt and a good one or you know JORDAN never fails I believe he is the surest horse living iBelow I will show you why JORDAN is the best breederY r Jt II i Read His Pedigreei iI 5 kHorsJordanshebYl j ivv Respectfully y iFTi l a f Iw 1 1 fi J MTLGradj v L Mares fed atiostof feed of 50 cent per week for pasture j i 4 t r y f r1 i t j JJr i ty r s IL r iafr YtkrJlrr i 1 4t k tiS 0 q iSyfsJI Jti J a 5 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 nJ I nr VVE EIINCREDUCTION IN THE GOODS Y OU NEED HI iIII Suits orthlOnoWgo at l501 k III I Outing Cloth E 111 I Outing Cloth V III Shirts Former Former price lOc per yard Now Former price 60ctXK75c Now goat 1111Dress Goods yardNow Former price 50 cents Now II LRCHELF KNIFLEY KY 1 Gradyville f We are having plenty of rain Fine prospects for a fruit cro so farrDr L C Nell and daughter were at Edmonton last Thurs day visiting relatives C S Bell was on the sick list a day or so last week TieWcalling on his friends here las- Wednesday Mrs Kate Hughes of Colum bia visited her daughter Mrs J A Diddle a day or so of last week Miss Mallie Moss of the TI W T Sof Columbia spen Saturday night and Sunday at her home near hear Messrs Nell Keen and Kelt ner three of our efficient nier grants spent several days of last week on the Louisville mar ketI Mitchell Denny who has been confined for some time with pneumonia fever is improving Mr Jo Yates of McGregor Tex was calling on his friends and relatives here several days of last week We are sorry t say that Jo is not in the best of health at present but we take it that it is only a question of time after breathing this fresh air a n d drinking good p u r e vter that his health will iSe good Mr C B jkayfield the well known dry goods man of Nash ville was mebchants one day last week with fine line of goods Mrs Thos Moss is in a ver critical condition at this tim She has been confined to her room for several weeks wit fever and it is feared that her lungs are very much involved atf this time The singing at the Methodist church in our town last Sunday evening conducted by Profs Pickett and Keltner was well at tended and some fine music re dered The only objection wx that the singing did not last long v Come again The ladies in general have a special invitation to attend the f f opening of Mrs Hills millinery vv goods in our city on Saturday April 3rd MrJC C Stephens and wifeJ Pendleton and wtteat tended the funeral of Mrs Gurt EastFork last ThudayColeman funeral was preach Golumfcjlf biaf before a large audiencef KrljMrsC 0 Moss Accompanied her sister Mist MollieFlow I 1 vvfers Yisitejdrelalaves in Columbia trxas11rIuarr1 x It t M Dr lL Taylor of Qdiunir bill wascalledtoseeth e famil ies tf9 MEerida slid Shirley W tson A f 4f ti r r 1iftl jrItli 5c per yard 7ce ti- r 38c each 38c one day last week who live about one mile south o f this place- S members of these families pare confined with small pox and of course without a mere accident their entire families will have the disease We all know Dr Taylor is an experienced Physicianwith this disease and there will be every precaution to prevent the disease theste t there is not any more danger in coming to this town from fear of taking small pox than there is in going to any other place There is no use staying from Gradyville from fear o cotPhysicians here that are read and waiting with thegQods to vaccinate you Our people are not the least bit scared on the account of the disease Remember that o n the first Sunday in April there will be sacramental services at Unio ch geurch Hso faithfully served us for the past thirty years has resigned and after this service will go to an havoe not words that can express thei feelings of this church to their pastor Time can not Brace the impressions that have been made the preaching of our be unloved pastor to this people The only reason that Bro Sandidge accepted a call from another church was ip get his work more gre considersation perhaps this is the best for Greenys thechurch and two others nearby hethis WouldBe Slayer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by preventio- fihey n gently stimulate stomach liv and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Cons ti pation BiliousnesssGhills Malaria Headache and Indigestion 25c atjPaull Drug Co nSxasf Two Methodist preachers Revs tOPIipedwIthCGow The merchants of this place i are having a good trade Born to the wife of Baker England a girl Elroy Roe had bad luck one night last week A hog ate nicers lamb for him ledweek with nr father at Breed tngc r H W Copmer of Basil viSifsize ed at Gi owens one night last week 5Mrs Edna arbrYe she tJa t week nth hlrren Ll l i 1 l 0yme 18tsaturQay n dce fl r it W t l J i 4 I rtff Gr THIS 15 YOUR OPPOIZTUNITY J Ilandlethe Oliver Plow Brown Cultivator Drillsx Binders Rakes and the Webber Wagons This adshows only a few of the many articles marked own and points to the place where your in = terests are best served Yours truly r enough i Dirigo It ha begun to look like spring was here for sure The trees are getting green and peach trees are in full bloom But the wind snowand sleet this morn ing shows that winter is not yet I gone J W Campbell is rebuilding He will have his house completed within a few weeks Mrs Miller Stotts has been real sick for the past few days Campbell Bros Stotts have their saw mill in operation this week beenfhere to Picnic fromYMelvin Pettyhas been real sick for the past few days awillhis country or lend a hand to any sugnsted It was with the above in view that the Dirigo man started in a few months ago to bring his section to the front He has had the cooperation of all the good citizens of this seer tion Telephones are now to be found in almost every dwelling and ifsome pessimestic outsider does not interfere Ve willsoon have daily mail and perhaps free delivery Lands have advanced in price at least 10 per cent lately and as soon as we get better roads we will be on a boom sure enoughandwe have hopes of selling this section once more to its level of fifty years ago And to all who may be interested theatfarm in question after he had drilled until he was satisfied that if there was any oil on it it was beyond his reach But that was not the only farm to command farmerjin this section of the country lAnd so now believing that I said enough on the subject and that the space in th News is too valuable to be used In use less contentions I shall drop the subject now and forever But askpone John Pulliam from the office of Supt of public schools jiret calfe county Notice fupi purchased since lastseason another very inasor coun a Bird Stallion which will be regiaterecl this spring You allknow the reputa i tion of the Red Birds He has the I color an3vmcHael oVer moat prf- them nowhave five lje Jtwo ood horses and three good jacks JJ Thanks for past favors with goodwaiid k1dtrtleit the future o sand see for oureelf yr Res tfull M Nl h t ijt 5b 11 d y4 i C ci t I Rex Peacock M 8 Saddle Harness Horse 8 jj is a dapple bay 16 hands bykjfj section breedingIW size and style His firstfi tIQ number there is not a sor= Iry one some of them H for fancy prices to P No 1148 first darn No Gov Wood jj 0 hlPO 1 I Ladies and- childrei jac 1111Cloaks and I Hamburg Edging and Lace go BjWf 25 per cent Cut the price of Shoes job clots Forty Yards Remnant Calico for A 100 4 I JII ServeatlOOQ Insure a Living Colt t iJ EDIO REES iredbr Jordon Peacock A S H R heby Peacock No 49 ah by Blue J an9N3 Jordtns I dambyLizzie byGabbells Lexington 3234hebYJ1t1Bla hawlt Seconddata JwJT arilany Ibia Fair lastvyear n colts higher fall than any jSdfc in this County y QPedigreeft fine mmam ennette Jack Royal Mammoth he by old imported Morings Mammoth Dam by Brown Beck she of Black Molly Ben McFarlanda iThe U JoppSopJItbesamea bred to mare ior moved from jj fiariwH l I YOUNG BROS ITJY= 3QODe08E 3OE tfB pi 3C3E300C 3IE38CIaGEf Jordan Peacock Number 1148 the Best Sire of Saddle and Harness Horses in the World ft 4t Will make the Season of 1909 at his home in Gradyville Ky at Low Pace of 15 to Insure a Living Colt r etsatUalr Price Now sat in His sold last above other stock the JORDAN PEACOCK needs no introduction to the people He has made his own reputation by Wed 8r rP the right kmd of horses that the people want everywhere They are the kind that go under the sadandin harness they have the size they hl1vEtthe s tyle they have the qualities they have everything th it takes to make a firstclass horse They are the kind that bring the most money they are theories tmt ft piJORDANS r for suchprices Did oiv r hear of any person buying such a number of colts andshipping htq g other states by any otherhorse 1 Did you know that Mr Otho Miller of Moody Texas bought two of7JORDANS colts last December for 100000 1 Mr Miller just came to Kentucky to buy one PEACOCIq b itk rmistakes tlnapcounty last fall and bought one of the best saddle geldings that JORDAN ever sired 1 This is only afewthe skies of JORDAN s colts that have beeen made since last fall I just mention these to show jliu tbi they are time the ones that are selling and bringing more than double the price of any others Sod t ilpT tfriendg one torryou know JORDAN never fails I believe he is the surest horse living Belowlwillshowyou why JORDAN is the best breeder v t sT M r iii1 f Read His PedigreeTt f rr J v iIt ltoRDAN PEACOCK T6ll48 sired by PemcpcIc No498 he by Blue Jeans Igo3 haibyxPhillip t Horie JM dp by Grey Eagle Blue Jeansdun by Grand he by Peter a 5akorn Jordan dim LenarRivera No 760 he t JPEdanshbyIf riviVi s jX tr r i v t Jf iy f t v4f t v t1r RespeCtfUll3 + t rj r3ytntit c t alJ 1ffi r 7 J1 c J f itoi n w IOf ir f 1oj tf i1 r r rrv l e cljatt + Je diirOuts 4 fJ t LS g s LJ tt r t7 ft r r4nSrdt rYa x I L1 Ft x