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Digital page images are linked to the text file. it i F i e f v rfl i I 1 J i 11 t t i f i M h halt J t r I jf 7 111 4 1 T JJ 9 jt it ih1 d 1 rIj 7 II f Itr u 1LIjjI t t r rrl 7 1 I f VOLUME XII COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 21 1909 NUMBER 24 1 r k Sunday morning April 11 1909 dawn vo beautifully in Columbia The sever al Sunday Schools met in a joyous way r It was Easter They were happily re minded of a risen Savior The Evan gelists Hendrick Carter were conduct It ing a series of meetings at the Court house In that beautiful impressive manner Bro Kasey asked who felt like trusting in the Savior To his invita r tion two of the number that accepted i were Corrinne and Mary Eva Breeding It is so encouraging to see little folks brought to Christ and often they are i an inspiration to lead others as we hope so much in this case B While in Campbellsville several daB1 ago we learned that Mr J Vaughan the genial host of the Corn mercial Hotel will build some time in the near future a brick hotel on the street leading to the depot It will be ommodious and finished in modernw J style There are but few hotela men than Mr Vaughan He has in the business for many years and he II veryaccommodating has the business sense of a man is asgreat help to her husband in conductT ing the affairs of the I H skins Taylor of Campbellsville who have the contract to make and put Jn the walls the brick for Mr J O Russells large business h use rebere They will first clean off their yard and IavorableJshorttime They will work a numberPI jtj of hands all of whom will bo i Syawwhich to cook eat and sleep Flour IS quite an item in housekeep ing these days Do you know what gamblesIon the There is an abundance of wheat in the United States to feed the people until the next f rop comes in and were it not for the gambles who never see a grain of wheat flour would be selljng at this time at 250 per hundred All persons who subscribed on the re pairs for the Methodist Church are requested to call at the office of F R t Winfrey within the next ten days and pay the amounts subscribed The notes are drawing interest and the committee Iis anxious to close the account as soon as possible Signed Building Committee jt The total number of persons who united with various Churches in town the result of the EndrickCartermeet ing is ninety Others have said they withjnext Sunday the number will have pro bably reached one hundred Last week we stated that Mr J D I Walker of Gradyville had sold the Standard Hardwood Company seven popular trees for 450 There was a mistake as to the numbi of trees There were IA report reached here last week that Jim Ed Willis a former citizen of this county had met with an accident in Mis wereLreport proved to be false uI t Mrs William Winfrey near Eunice wh got badly burned by her dress reporteddangerously week is improving and will eventually recover Young Coffey are offering the ser i vices of a good Jack and their great im ported thoroughbred stallion Hermena re invited to call and inspect the istockbefore booking your mares IIjOur Gradyville correspondent writes a notice of the death of Mr Thos Kemp who was an uncle of Mr G A Kemp of this place and who was one of the best citizens of this county Deferred Easter services were held at the Methodest Church last Sunday night A large congregation was out the music being appropriate and very much enjoyed Misses Mabel Atkins and Corinne Breeding wlio joined the Methodist Church were baptized by immersion by 1 Rev Kasey Monday afternoon If you are in need of Spring and Sum irnrrciQfhiDgr see Iserman at the Co lumbi Hotel Thursday April 22 tHe last cb nce this season All members of The Adiar Countys FrmetiaClub should drive the stakes eocloi iC etwo acres of wheat by the first oljay Ber Beeves came put from Louis yUto and filled his regular appointmen t 4at th tit church Last Sunday r at Lindsey Wilson next rdreekMayJ l y17 f1 i If jI Tr 4 tir I 011 tJ Ir f l L t fruits Kthe Evangelistic Meeting The who t coheirlistic services were baptized into the Christian Church last Thursday after noon Misses Mary Myers Grace Con over Ruth Paul Callie Feese Cary Fees Nell Hancock Winnie Dohoney Ethel Moore Bessie Jarbo BapbistTwentytwo united with the Baptist Church nineteen being bap tized Sunday They are as follows J R Garnett Romie Judd Tom Judd Alvin Eubank Elmer Huddleston Will Young RUe Coy Jo Harris Edgar arris Bruce Jarbo Mont Willis Bulah Armelia Huddleston Ollie C tionoverBess Coffey Ira Coffey Ella Walker Blanche Willis Frances Garnett Miss Clara Wilson by letter Presbyterian Twenty two united erith22reFollis Garlin Grissom Hugh M Noe Mrs Hugh M Noe Steth Noe Susan Miller Edwin Crayens Lucien Hunn Mrs Georgia Crenshaw Paul Cren R K Young Mrs R K Young hQS E Waggener Mary Ailene Montgomery Sallie M Coffey Edgar W SAMethodistThe following have united with the church Mary Winfrey Mollie Smith Ruth Hulse Madrew Sin clair Coring Breeding J A Thompson E L Moss Ernest Shirley Ella Mabel Atkins Fannie Kratzer hillip Williams Rhea Pottinger May tults Charley B Tarter Wm Thompson Mrs Kate Thompson Mrs R L TallyvJ V Tally Margaret Lovett Maud Jkckman Golda English Annie Royse Iiula Royse Mary Breeding Clay Smith Ephrim Crawhorn Young Todd Nellie Tarter Lysandy Tally Wallace Tally Thos Stephenson Eliza beth Breeding David Faulkner Annie Hodges Nell Antle John G ffMrs L D Simms Eleven other names have been handed in signifying their i 2ntentionA Successful Yea The pastor of the Presbyterian Church Rey J Russell Carwford sub mitted the annual report of that con gregation at the morning service on last Sabbath The report made an excellent showing for the activities and liberality of this people It was apparent from the report that the existing societies and organization had Tendered effectiv service a new Missionary society having been created and a new financial system adopted The additions for the year closing March 31st ult were 16 The offer ings for all purpose totaled 30348 for they r Twenty two new mem bers were welcomed into the churchs communion on the Sabbath as s result of the last special meetings g L f The Song Recital The sacredf song service given by Evangelist Garter at the courthouse last Tuesday evening drewan immense audience Mr Carter as this community knows has a marvelous voice full of melody In fact there was a sermon in each song rendered Miss Esther Nell who plays the violen most beautifullyaccompained the singer with two selections Every piece rendered told a touching story and at the close seven or eight persons accepted Christ swelling the number who made public confessions during the Evangelistic meeting to 158 In entering the court room every person was expected to drop a silver offering in a hat the money to go to Missions Forf dollars and seventy cents were raised Committee Meets The Republican Committee of the twenty ninth Judicial District met in Columbia last Thursday for the pur pose of naming the date of their prima ry to nominate a candidate for Circuit Judge and Commonwealth Attorney A full committee and all the announced candidates for both offices were present and so far aa we have heard transacted the busmssin a satisfactory jtnanrier The primary was called to be held on the 5th of June Mr Pierce CombestS chairman Qfthe committee thishon9r going to Casey county by reason of ita giving the largest Republican vote of any county in the district ScjuiresMurray On afternoon April 84909 Mis likttieSquires and Mr Jo Murray lQf1the3 j tDs G I tmg Only relatives anjl a fe spacial friends were present It was certairily Y th y quietfaffairj aa the information did ridt reachvthe New for one week lv The bride is very popular in Ite lIandJ iii t 0 c qoJ ij f1 l r i 1Ii 1 f Ij ifr gatherings he groom is a welltodo farmer and has many friends throughout the country For the pr sent the uple will board at the home of the parents s The Baptist people of this place are thinking of holding a series of meetings to begin at this place some time in the near futures The Misses Eubank have just received some new patterns in hats ex ceedingly beautiful They are going Come and take a look Next Saturday will be the Republican coqntyjulmar Candidates who have opposition will do but little sleeping un l the contest is over The J R Watkins Remedies rep resented by J B Grant in this countY can also be purchased from Rob t Hudson or J H Pelly Columbia lm o The next Transylvania Presbytery will be held at Columbia in the month of October The Presbytery embraces boutthirtyfive Churches and a like umber olministers We stated two weeks ago that the tate Board of Equalization had raised nds and town lots in Adair county 6 percent Last week the raise was lowered to 4 per cent Mr Jas F Montgomery is adding greatly to the appearance of his resi d ence by having a handsome varanda built Mr W C Murrell and Mr W T McFarland are doing the work Jf you want extracts and spices that are pureand will give entire satisfact ion get them from J B Grant who yCoMontpelier Mill Company grinds and crushes corn every day Exchange flour for wheat Flour and ship stuff for sale Pay 125 for good wheat 0tf Montpelier Ky Judge H C Baker attended the Spring Session of the Transylvania Presbytery at Danville last week On 10calPresbyteria1sthe iColumbia We are receiving private bids on our store stand but have made no positive- S aI Any one wanting a good stand has an equal showing J M Lester Sons Kendall Ky The Republican candidates for Cir cuit Judge and l1lonwealthsAttor- ney in this district will have to put upI one thousand dollars each but it is understood that it will not require that sum of money to hold the primary An infant son of Mr and Mrs S N Hancock died last Tuesday nightIti was one week old Interment Wednesday afternoon following Religious set vices were held at the grave by EldI Williams and Rev Crawford The sor rowing parents have the sympathy of this community In passing around the plate in the Rascoe Methodest Episcopal Church near Washington Pa a 10000 bill was dropped in If there is a person in this community who is inclined to be as generouseither one of the Churches in Columbia will furnish the plate An infant child of Mr and Mrs Horace Massie who live near Cane Valley died Monday afternoon The remains were brought to Columbia and interred in the city cemetery The tneirlmA Republican convention to nominate a candidate for the State Senate in this amesJtownprising the district are Adair Clinton Cumberland Russell and Wayne Coun ty massconventions to select delegates will be held next Saturday Republican Judicial primary in this the 29th district June 5 9O9 There are two candidates for Circuit Judge CQinmonwealthsittornerjEa sum of money he has been assessed in the hands of the Secretary fifteen days ndidatelfailspear oh the ballot There will bfe preaching atthe Christian Church next Sunday forenoon arid evening AUthose who were recently jicceptedintdthe Church and hvrber baptizediafe requested to Jbe present at the mqrnmgl rYl es o bereceiv d Jn full fellowship Allothori who aesiiet0 tmite with ihisChurchbyconfeion hewie r are iquestedto be in attend ance i i Eey illh attend FildDa- MyL lj u i0 ih I p rff1fi jit 7 It J H S VAN ZANTOf Edmonton Metcalfe county 4 rvf iV Caidiaate forth Kepublican Nomination for Commonwa1thAttorney l i i the 29th DiSridt lJudiciali In i v+ I j n f A Mnair Trouble Ijast Sunday night TF Corbin who lives m the Penjck Smith neighborhood came to Columbia and swore out a war currY1W1l1them with destroying his tobacco bed The facts in the case as we gather them are about as follows Mr Cor bin noticed that some one hadwalked across his tobacco bed and he accused some one of the above named parties all bors They denied the charge and they all met Mr Corbin with the father of the Curry boys to prove their innocence There were boys tracks across the bed and one of the accuised said that he made them theday before while being excited and running after a squirrel Thisdid not satisfy Mr Cor bin and he said he would go to his house get his gun and kill the whole bunch Tie secured his gun and fired into the crowd but did no damage I As soon ashe fired one of the boys dr w a pistor and snot at him slightly wound ed iiim on the arm We talked to Sheriff Pattesqnand Deputy Sheriff A D Patteson ho made the arrests of all the boys and theygaye it as their opinion that there was but little in thet case j LindscyWiisoji Wins from Cane Valley Saturday at230p m Cane Valley and L W T met in ajBase BaU combat at L W X Park The feature o the game was the hard hitting of the TrainersIf ey continues his good work its seems that he has a permanent place on the team He played sensationa- lthroughoutthegaxne R Tudd and Young pitched good ball and fielded their position in a faultless manner The next game will be play ed at Danyille with the KT S D Team April 24th Score of game as allows = r 123456789 H R E- LWTS724080152527 2 c VHS 100004000 6 s BatterieL WTS R Judd Young Stearman and RosenfieldV Cane Valley G Judd Moore and Callison i Horrible Accident I Mr Charles Bottom who was employed Tat Dave Bowens saw mill on Casey Creek met with a fearful accident last Friday In some way he got caught JJy a band and before the machinery could be checked one of his legs was twisted and larcerated to such an extent tttit it will take months for the limb to healMr Bottom is about fortyy riQ1dia good citizen and has always beeS Hardworking man li SAjSuff Orpingtons l 12 pure bred cockerels J autif utshkp and plumgeat 200 each Eggs froi prize winning attfck cook strain at panes ltltvf15 RTBaker iI- tfr Ainandaville Ky G fl Key at this Office sfnhf9f tj i1i it r4 t lft Get ready for Field Day at the Bind seyWilson May 1 Iserman the TaylorVlil QeJn Co lumbia at Columbia Hotelbne day this season April 22 It is quite likely that Sun Bros Cir cus will visit usin tjhe near future It is billed for Scottsville April t bth Rev R L Tally commenced a series of meeting t C5ffej Chapel Russell county last Saturday night The Board of Education has notified the principals of the IindseyWilson Neilson Moss that the building will be heated with steam next year Rev J R Crawford announce that his sermon on next Sunday morning would be specially addressed to ypung men He sbould aye a full house t For Sale A desFrable home in Columbia Apply to Mrs Venia Coffey v 23tf White Oak Timber Wanted Elrod Co manufactures of staves are now ready to recede timber at their machine at Columbia Ky 24 Its Farm For Sale l have a good farmcdntainirig 111 acres good dwelling good outbuild ings near Esto Ky for sale 224t CSC Medaris 4 Est Ky S trayef There are five black hogs with a few white spots on them marked with split in right ear will weigh about 190 pounds Thy have been on my premises about seven months The owner can have same by proving his owner jship and paying expenses of advertising Allen Keltner 244t Milltown Ky An Invitation 14A11 ye who labor come tome Said the Lamb of Calvary If of my Father you areblessed I will surely give you rest Just take my yoke and learn of me And fromyour 1CHORUSComei poor Youno longer should delay Jsusdedpn Calvarys fcree From all sins to make you free Then come to him now while you may And he will take your dins away The Spirit and the bride say come gpo sinner ceas e to roam f Come freely drink Eifes stream is free Taisnor is 6iddii thee JETe shed his bloo4 oh Calyary V crdss cleanse poor afiirieifsdf ronrall drosa r 4- Now ithtime olcometo3ay Seek the LQrCIIQW wileyoi may- 3eliv rej5ent i1iiagain He will J cl ans yott fromalIaink fl Thi come pOOr s1pIrEcpn 1o1ay- AjyJ y riB I awaY J Z Cipbel4 A A i 4 ji t t irtt G l1 1tI I i Ar L STOCK ITEMS Virgil Rubarts sold 19 hogs to Jas Allen at 5 cents Joe Ellis sold 6 to same party at 5 cents Dunnville cor OOO Jo Reed sold J B Barbee two bay work nbrses for 325 000 Mr James Suddarth bought two shoats from John Hopkins for 7 alsoc tbought two hogs from Edd Caffee for 7 Mr Will Ed Squires sold to Mr Hardesty 18 head of sheep at eight dol lars a head Ernest Cundiff sold a i bunch of hogs to Hardesty for 8455 same party bought of Murray brOthers one bunch of hogs at 5cts another from Eugene jSrassom one bunch at 5i cents j another from Alver Thomas one bunch at5 cents Pellham cor 0 op MrJ Durham of Greensburg re ceiveda nice bunch of hogs attife place last Monday at prices from 4 to 5 cent per pound Gradyville cor ooo C E Gripler bought a cow from Frank Ash6rook for 21 same party jbought one from J W Hale for 23 Griders Store cor it Preaching Next Sunday iif W S DucJgeon Bethlehem F J Barger Creelsboro Z T Williams Columbia R Grider Mt Vernoii IJ N Walbert Harrodsfork fGA R Kasey Tabor ij A Johnston Pleasant Ridge J H Rood Clear Spring r r W B Cave Liberty EHer i fc Miss Gertie Harvey is at Sun tshIi f M F Maupin Russell Springs was here on business Thursday Mrs Ollie Dunbar wife of Wi L Dunbar died Thursday and was buried at Concord Friday Farmers are quite busy haul ing fertilizer from Cumberland river Rev JE Dyer of Jamestown- preached T J an interesting sethoii at Concord Sunday 1 jf Herberjt Whittle oSrinshi was here Wednesday looking fo JjJ produce Dr J M Blair of Eli was here on professional businessr Wednesday Cleveland Frye of Vinnie visited atv Peter Fryes several days last week 4 Mr P W Bernard and Miss Dollie Anderson were united in marriage last Sunday Rev L A Wilson officiating t Prof H W Edmonds of Sun shine passed through here Mon day en route to Russell Springs Mrs J B Bennett has been quite sick for several days Rev John Thomas and wife spent Wednesday night at Rev A F Chrismans They left Thursday for Adair county where they expect to conduct a meety r itg W ill The lair Weather for the test few days has brought the fact that it is time to plant corn to the attention tf otir frmersand so they have begun to move at a lively gait The soil is being rapidly turned old fences are putting on their Sunday clothes and ere long the scare crow i sentry may be seen on duty in almost every direction Miss Jane Lewis Amandaville 1 is visiting relatives here this week Ife andfifes R L Campbelfc i tdaysRoyanct roltimbia Y s41 ij Milleid tobts was On the si IllA j fp1 listadyorolastweek i fJlt n 71 iitv van OJU e Gowdy4i4A itf Grocy Co CZIIIJI ol our mer r IIsr chants last w f itX it Jr f rh 1 l I f t t Irti d tr t t Ik Ii t J i L t yi f 7 a 1r r ij i i 1 i ri 0 1 i 2 t r 1 r- 1THEADAl COUNTY NEWSr JIfu I r t POLITICAL HYPOCRISY RAMPANT Jirt is Properly speaking the lccal option question should have no place notrrin1l bea patty question It is really a moral possibly an economic H question to be disposed of by the people without regard topoIiti 4 thert r i people upon the existence nonexistence of all licensed saloons the decision to effect on y the particular community voting and not at all to affect the national policies of either of the two politi f cal parties When a local option election is held that should be V the end of the matter at least until the time for holding another r election of the same kind rolls around Then again the people have the right to express themselves on the question But there should be no boycotting no proscription no marking of a man for example by either side or by any one on either side because of f his or their position on this subject We are free American citi zens but if a man be boycotted proscribed or marked for political assassination for that reason why not for his position on some other public question or because of his religious tendencies And j if the latter where has your great American institution of freedom i of thought action and conscience gone But we take it that it was inevitable that the local option election should be brought to the front in the Judicial district race From the time Judge Thurman saw proper opnely and in public to ad vocate local option in Lebanon the thumbs of the selfconstitued dictator of the nominees of both political parties were turned down as to him Why We will tell you why Because according to to the system that has been adopted no man has the right to open ly and fearlessly say in public that he is in favorof local option in Lebanon If he doeshe is anathematized In what other way for sooth may a man be deterred for publicly favoring local option And thus we have the Real Issue about which we wrote in these columns fortnight ago But the local option question was injected into this campain more formally than this The socalled Republican Convention has done what we forecasted It has nominated a wet candidate upon ta county unit platformthe same old story of deception and dou bledealing And willit work again Do in fact the American people love to be humbugged That brings to us the point of our story We charge that the unit plank of the labeled Repubilcan platform is hypocrisy crystaiized is the essence of deception and trickery is an emanation of the whiskey interests for the purpose of deceiving once more the people whom they believe are either so blind that they cannot see or so partisan that seeing they do not believe The whole scheme makes up In brazenness what it lacks in originality Briefly it is this the platform is intended to catch the dry Republicans Their DemocratRepublican ally has promised to deliver the wet Democrats He says he will anyhow that he will deliver them like so many cattle But ifyou Mr Republican demur and say that this is a prostitution of a great political party the answer is Oh thats all right if the whisk ey interest pay the freight arent they entitled to have the goods delivered If they want to buy the district havent they got the right to do it We said awhile ago that the county unit plank in the wouldbe Republican platform was hypocraisy crystaiized Let us see if we can prove that assertion We now give three reasons We shall give others later i 1 What was the use of singling out this plank in the recent state Republican platform after reaffirming that platform as a whole Why did you thus select one plank and give it such prom inence Methinks the lady doth protest too much And why did you want to make local option a formal platform issue upon which your candidateswho say they are pledged to non partisam courts will stand Mr Lewis and your platform say such ques tions should not even be mentioned by respectable judges and and wouldbe respectable judges because such questions might come before them for decision Did you intend to padlock his mouth on this question and simply make a still hunt of it by whis i pering low and sweet this plank into the ears of the dry Jlepubli cans Hush not So loud some fool wet Democrat might hear us talking Again what has local option to do with this case J anyhow A circuit judge and commonwealths attorney have f nothing to do with extending the county unit law or with submit ting a constitutional prohibition amendment to the people Of course the democratic candidates if elected will enforce the law as they find it Will you say Lewis and Graham will not Be i sides this district is all dry Are you going to make it any dryer than it is Whats the use of agitating a matter that has been de x cided your way Did you evey hear of a litigant trying to reopen a case after he had completely won it tl 2 It is a pretty safe rule to judge a man by the company he 7 keeps And the source of an opposition to a man or a measure is a 7pretty good index to his or its character And heres where the I d Wet Hen comes in That paper was designed for two purposes to punish our enemies and to reward our0 friends But who is our Go down and ask them Ask them to kindly give you a list of their incorporating stockholders a list of their stock holders six months after their organizafion and a list of their stockholders nowall verified by the oath of their president before a notary If you get this then ask them to let you compare the statement with the books of original entry Be sure to ask for the original and the six months list because we expect to see this i stock noiselessly as the springtime her crown of vendure weaves put into the hands of eligible dummies before this race is over some time Mr Republican so you can see who is so TrYj n looking after the welfare of the Republican party in this dis trict well here and wrongtS Democrat is nominated W paper Y is onlypaper In this district wljich has demanded Republican oPpo- sition to Judge Thurman and which has been scurrilously attack ing him and a decision of his against a distilling firmthis paper 1t which is theQfficial organ of at least a part of that distilling firm7 ns was IS owned In great measure by local and for ieign distilling interests As to which we haven objection r They pare entitled to a newspaper organ if they waItitt just as much as lY other person os interest has But the people and especially the p furnishingthe Y anti the officiall organ to wage this unrig hteous wr against Japublicservantf as ever lived And this is P t a selects Sits ad and sends them fiAHykYou Hsriong fr i JOh Lordowe loriwi tJ lameIs h ni a qn r w v I ac rf A1y tv V tA 7i t t i Lp 1 yIflo r iirffifh nt t 1Y tv i r H r j 1 tt 1ttltff fiEfhKJ FLN for the Legislature 11908has pulled off this convention In thatm morabl and historical assemblage while the lime light i flashed and the soft pedal fell mid the hush of awed ekpectency after hours of patient waiting during which the committee on resolutions toiled over that epochmaking instrument in that magnificent convention Judge Johnston to that waiting multitude announced than grand plank in the party Platformthe pledge of the local party to the county unit bill And upon that magnificent a didand sincere platform they placed Mr Jackson Why Mr J iJtjGodnonOwensboro and other local option campaIgns could not be a mistaken in his man in the right man to stand in the next legislature ft and denounce the wicked opponents of the county unit bill while fearlessly leading the fight for the performance of that I Imagcounty of Marion March forward and upward to higher and nobler things to where partisan politics and partisan courts could find rio abiding place to where people never faced both ways and in fact judges never faced at all if they could help itto where fidelity to promise and sincerity of purpose are the household gods And so an abiding and trusting people sent Mr Jackson to the State Legislature And then alas and alack what do we find On February 27 1908 the county unit bill being House Bill No 228 was placed on its passage and passed the House Representaiiv S by vote of 75 to 14 We look down the list of that 75 who voted for the bill no doubt in conformity to their platform pledges and horror of horrorsMr Jacksons name IS not there and then we look down the list of that fourteen who voted against the bill and oh sad thought we find Mr Jackson there in company with such men as Billy Flair Emanuel Myer and Chris Mueller See the printed l House Journal of 1908 pages 564 to 568 Weep you Judge John ston weep you that magnificent organization who adopted that splendid platform pledge to the good people of Marion county And when you have done thatcca good and plenty go put behind the house and shake your sides and say againcc Arent the people fools And JarvisMr Jarvis of Taylor county whom Mr Penick has already sent to the United States Senate But not now We shall devote a special article to Jarvis He is worth it Meanwhile let Brer Johnston kindly pass the plate while we ailtJ jIsmore n reasonable length Before this campaign is over the people will know There is not going to be any dark lantern work in this campaign oJacksonohnston etdrydogla foolallt epeopleal the time campaign It will be a campaign where everyman will know what he is doing And when that condition obtains we have no doubt of the result because we have confidence in the honesty and sense of fairness of the people We believe that the sense of fair play of most of those who are interested in the manufacture and wholesale of whiskey will cause them along with the rest of the disinterested people of the district to denounce such a campaign of hypocrisy One of the apologists of the liquor interests and model licensed saloon recently said that the only hope for either was to place them on a higher plane with reference to the men engaged in the business their management their obedience to law and frankness to the people We ask youdo you ever ex pect for your interests to be advanced by the cutthroat methods with which you are being credited We tell you that you are alienat ing friends every day Your constituted leaders in this campaign are making prohibitionists Out of Democrats and Republicans Is It not time that you should in the interest of your very existence call a halt and wash your hands to the whole affair As for the general mass of people all we ask is that you stop and think 6ver the methods that are being conducted in this campaign SANS GENE in Lebanon Enterprise A Good Whitewash A whitewash needs to be well made to do the work as it too often falls off in flakes after the wood is dry Slacken your lime in hot water make it as thick if possible as soft soap then thin with kerosene oil Now you have a whitewash that will both stick to the houses and kill the lice Apply the whitewash while hot and be sure tat all cracks and corners get plenty of it Do your whitewashing in the morning so that by night the houses beIdry and comfortable According to figures compiled by the American Poultry Journal the humble chicken has robbed King Cotton 9f his much laud ed title In 1908 according to these figures cotton and cottonseed in the United States only yielded 650OWOOQ While the- amountedproceeds from poultry to 7000007 OOa or a balance in favor of chickens of 50 million dollars ttfJ u ancet f r- sMrTomBibee fandwifeMr ollitiBennett Mr TtiHiaii Coin p vldJQ r t 1f r5F 1 x t I jEEJf P t1Jf n 11t one day last week and reported an enjoyable time Mr R J Laverine of this place is selling out and will go to Missouri People pf this place are late e getting their crops in on account of raIn v t JamesPulliamvand Lee Grant and Fina Harvey visiifed R J Laverine last week Corn is selling at three dollars 1 per barrel at this place vMr Sam Frank Harvey will move a mill to this place in about ten days Mr LavTs Wright sold his farm to Mr Sam Wheat for one hun dred and fifty dollars ifYr Notice h While our Merit Contest was on one year ago some friends of the contest ants ordered The Jle s to be mailed t6 J some of their friends and paid it for one year This was done with good will toward the friendand to place the vote In fa tpf their candidate Owing Ito the crowdedcondition at that time we failed J6 keep a rtfcord of such 8ubr whokreceivedtheof a friend tonotify the otnceifAt JS Icontinuedii received it will be tln rittl8d that ypu desire thf ptiii3 thiit yovt will PatfQr it when bill is rOO Wti trust every one will xetww 1ut J 8 readtodilOoat1iNilwtZ1ed = Sr JXj f fR t J a s r4 i ltt7 t Jtru l 3 x 8 E3E3IDE f 1 Newly furnished 1T Conveniently IO cat ed1 1A fir tcla s jRestauraht in connection 1 DDly Rates 100 Per Day v t C 1 am also prepared to furnish jj f t 7lf Anything in the Bakery tineil 1 1I1Nextdoor below Citizens Bank on Campbellsville pike 3oaclac3eoof3E x 3E3E ui u JOHN AtlOBSON j JjJlas Erpough Pibnief I tiie Fencef 1 rtt to fence in Green and Adair counties j h The Stay wires on this fence are soF4 i attached that they cant slip on thef tLine Wires The Harder You Pii 17cFthe Tighter it Gets frj j t 0 tE OUGfJ Pou1tty tirig Xrr to fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the x two counties and dont forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper ad vertised In recent Issues of The News rrrscrorrr rmcmcr SXSSXgXsXsX SXSSX 1II I handle every thing that is kept in a General Store such as ClothIing boots shoee etc etc I make a specialty of handling ladies furnishing goods and have Q lnow a large stock on exhibition i x I f Mrs Ermine Wilson v f I SpringsKt c o xs1 W FRANK CORCORAN 11 fhl h Grade o Marble 6 Cemetery work if all kind Granitef ft 1SeeU before Iyoi iuy i Trade from Adair and adjoining counties i solicitedI t Main Street Lebanon Ky 1 3 + i IT YOfU BUY AT cTmSeeGENERAL MERCHANDISE 4Pnoduee Wanted j s It iy 4 t IUMLE yr 1T L SIMMONSr 1 Etru L 1 t d 2 II Cld1 k1 1 Othrwith1kLcIisilleTiIN1iLthspipetis l ifi i v a f l a v = thJ Att m y J tfttIrr r r J At f tV tI lf1I Yvr 1r ft V r 1sri 1f 8y ptn tJ If i 1to J- T ri k tf rv v J II 4 I i I HE ABATE COUNTY NEWS f t I X1 j iXJXTS I HUBBUCH BROSE 524 526 528 WEST MARKET STREET J tIE 1E 7 Jk L t LOUISVILiES if SI E t t d CARPET AND RUG StORE j E fr1 ii J OffersI IL 1 J 7i j The public a selection sob o d and varied that every taste and every purse can be thoroughly satisfied Our buying 7K 1 power is effectively demonstrated by the fact that manu 3lE ic faeturers in need of funds appeal jit all times first to5 the E biggest and most prominent storeWE get the best and choicest always v I IF Visitors Always WelcomeJ Correspondence Solicited + 7t t 1 7K f 1177t7i r 71 5K5KBK3K5K5IK5IK 7fK l k l k eS l v l V llJ IN f 1 I1 11 11 1I R IS c 7PLii I P iAZ i Fifth Avenue HotelI-L k l 4PIKE CAMPBELL MGR J L r Refurnished Redecorated and e 7j IIt 7i41 J f modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu V j 1= JIlar Prices Convenient to Wholesale Ir and Retail Districts Churches and v 71 iZ r Theaters 4 FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLEr 1 FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS l If l 71 Louisville Kentucky 11iZ I tKIMBLE HOTEL J W KIMBLE PROPRIETOR 4 r IOjpER DAY ii 4www SIr iIi LIVERY AND FEED STABLE iN fC1fC 4 4U H i c RUSSELL SPRINGS ENTUCKY r t E 1 The Louisville Trust tI f Company 1fiftht J LOU7ISvILLE Organized under a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of eyery kind and description and the transaction of a genera trust Jbusi1 ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admih strator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every psi tin of trust that can be held by an individual f t It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its lair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great t financial strength PJst 118 and lbltM rrfGl1UntJ Naws I yr 3 51 t ti f l iii w it i J 5Jt r tf 1 ff f1f 1N t J 2 I j J 11 1 ii t tt CflnI iPETRO1NOSNEWJOB j c j j j j j i j pielor who had gonerto NewjTork onij paydaY 1400 r 5X Crlzzlo returned to New York with Petrosino identified the body as that of Trpsielqi and said that he had heard that Trp sielo had left tiambertville accompa nied by Antonio Strollo another of too4thatwounded hand 1 So Petrpsino hurried back to liam bertville Right by the railroad eta tion he sa wa man approaching on a bicycle The man was an Italian and one hand was bandaged The detec tive stopped him brought him to New York on the next train and took him to the morgue It wits Strollo sure enough and when he was taken be fore Trosielos body he just shivered like this and wouldnt look at it Pe trosino relates and I just said to my self Youre guilty you rascal- Strollo it should be added confessed He had written letters to Trpsielo pur porting to come from the Jatters brother inviting him t Yonkers The brothers had not met for years and Strollo found it easy to lure his victim to Van Cortiandt park where he killed him And but for a slip of paper accidentally dropped and then trod underfoot for days Strollo would in all probability have escaped the law New York Post i THREE BALLOON POLAR DASH GF Nit sche Proposes to Use an Aeroplane Also George E Nitzsche head of the de partment of publicity of the ITniver sity of Pennsylvania Is making preparations for a dash to the north pole next July by means of balloons and an aeroplane says a Philadelphia dis patch Undeterred by the Lath of An dre and the failure of Wellman Mr- JNitzsche will make the attempt along novel lines He will carry to the is land of Spitsbergen three balloons and probably in addition an aeroplane After closely following the experi ments of Count Zeppelin and the Wright brothers Mr Nitzsche is convinced that one airship will carry two men and baggage with ease besides the operator One other of the remaining two airships will carry a large Quantity of gasoline to toe used by the fleet for fuel while the remaining balloon will carry provisions and the scientific apparatus The aeroplane will be used asa scout and probably will be left at Spitzbergen when the expe dition makes its dash north Theballoons and all equipments will be carried in sections to Spitzbergen by a special steamship and will be put together on the island The steam ship will wait at the island until the return of the exploring party BYPLAY ON TAFPS SIZE I Hit of Theatrical Performance at Which President Elect Was Present While visiting his brother vinNev York recently President Elect Taft went to the Bijou theater a few mint utes after the curtain h d risenC When he appeared In a box thfe crowd began to applaud and some of the audience cheered During the performance of A Gentleman From Mississippi he sat well to the front of the box and it was an open question which the crowd enjoyed the morp the play or the sight of Mjp Taft laughing The hit of the performance was when Tom Wise as the senator from Mississippi remarked Because Im fat you neednt think- I havent a mind and will of my own There was an outburst of applause which was redoubled when the sen ators secretary added Besides senator we hope a fat man will make a good president Mr Taft laughed as loudly as any body else and bowed his acknowledg ment to the audience Womans Seven Hours Swim Miss Marie E Pike of Madison S D broke Miss Lillian Williams rec ord the other day for continuous swimming without a rest by staying in the plunge at Long BC clCal seven hours She entered the water at 950 IissIFllpractically an invalid I Pugilismj New- SQUth Wales ustralia has announced that if any attejnpt be made to bring off another disguised prizefight in the state on the lines of the Johnson Burns contest tile government will step in and prohibit it Concerning Pennant Prospects The baseball manager waved his hand As he taUt d to the sporting ed Then bit the end from a blgclgarr And thcs are the words he said t Weve got a team that is sure a scream from center field to sub I Youd vainly seek for a spot thats weak there isnt a sihglescxub Weve raked the land with a fine tooth comb They come from afar and revpluckedem- atliome It stands that wa just say for mine That well brlng home the pennant In nlnetefennine j Theres Spike McGhie from Kaiamazoq who hit 40Qin nineteen two And Mickey James who plycd with Ames and got ten homers in seven games Together with Jones whom Cleveland ownS but i got Ifim for sixteen hun dred bpnies Theie few I tall to your attention With others too numerous to mention Our captains ion the cehing line Weve a cinch on the pennant for nine teennlne The things the baseball manager said 5n thepatierit ears of the sporting ei But 9r1newAnd tl e public knew when tHe atoryionme through trht otly a oiaJrVeysnt opi divine Mbo f win the p hnant iu ninbtennia l i trJ T4eI 5t tAifIj jtr ltk1 rZr dl j IJ d t lV I r T I t Ii i N ws Notes 1 Anther violent earthquake shock has been experienced at Messina Italy A pot containing 850 was found by men digging 4 founda tiOnin4 Lexington Maysvilles new 75000 High School building will be dedicated during the Summer SAt the present rate the excav ations at Pompeji willnot be completed until the year 1970 Ina lit of despondency Arthur Huntsman of Southwestern Ken tucky suicided at Frankfort There Will be 53 Sundays in this year an occurrence that will not happen again for 110 years PMarion Crawford the nov elist is dead at Sorrento Italy after a Ipng illness He waborn in 1854 E B Cooke a Montgomery county farmer committee suicide by blowing his head off with a shot gun August Hunicke a St Louis chemist comniitted suicide by leaping from a thirdstory win dow of a hospital Mme Helena Modjeska the noted actress died at her home in Bay City Cal after a long illness of Bright disease A factory is to established at CordeleGa to make a practical test of irianuf acturing paper out of cottonstalks SMrs Fanny Van Zandt known as the Mother of the Texas Re publicis dead at Fort Worth Tex She was 94 years old Miss Mary Rodgers Chiles of Montgomery county is paralyzed as the result of a fall caused by stumbling over her pet cat Fire atMidiand Tex caused a loss of 300OOQ in the business section of the citY One hotel two batiks and many store were jburned Mrs Cynthia Hardy is dead at Augusta aged90 She was born iri Bracken county and was never Outside its bordersor was she ever on a train The jury which tried Mrs Georgia Allyn Sampson Lyons NY on the charge that she murdered her husband Harry Sampson brought in a verdict of not guilty Mrs Millie Jarvis and young son wer burned to death near Olive Hill The boys clothing caught from a grate and the mother lost her life in attempt ing to save him The bridge between Jackson and South Jackson was leased by the Breathitt Fiscal Court to Curt Hagins for an annual rentalof 4500 for the tolls collected Joel Payne a Negro was hanged in Bedford City Ya for the murder of Reed Swain his fatherinlaw a year ago He was convicted before the electrocution law went into effect I Words to freeze the Soul Your son has Consumption His case is hop le sThese appalling words were spoken to Geo E Elevens a lead ing merchant of Springfield N Co by two experts doctorsone a lung specialist Then was shown the wondErful power of Jr Kings New Discovery I After threeweeks use writes Mr Blevenshe was as well as ever I would not take all the money in the world for what it did for my boy Infallible for Coughs lCQIis its the safest surest cure of desperate Lung disease on earth 50c and 100 at Faull Drug Co Guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle free- ASPLENDWOFFER t liIYoii l c m g ttJ Lo isy- illeTimeirPrf 5OOa 1 M dtfZllzt jrI yeuand The Adair County News both one year for 3 50 The Louisville Times is the best afternoon paper printed any where Has the bestcorps of corres pondents r Covers the Kentucky field per fecty s tf Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest mar J ket reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send your subscription right away to this papernot to the Louisville Times This special low offer may be withdrawn at anytime so get in now This rate is good only for inail sub scriptions and we cannot accept orders for the Louisville Times where that paper has a regular agent who furnishes papers by the month Two papers for less than the price of one j Odd Fenows to Celebrate There will be an OddFellows cel ebration at JamestownSunday April 25 1909 participated in by Russell Spring Lodge No 180 and Jamestown 41 Lodge No 359 The following is the program Music by JA V Dudley and choir organist Mrs Elmer Wheat t Wtlcome address W S Knight Music Anniversary address J N Meadows randMusic Fraternal addresses JW Mitchell and P W Leach v Music loon i Good of the order JCL Popple well and Rev J E Dyer Music Work of the order what it is doing and what is has done Eld F J Barger and Virgil J Smith The Home of the order Rev CV R1 Payne and Dr John Combest Every body cordially invited to at tend Signed by Committee t An Indigestion Remedy Free othrwhhealthydyspepsia When you consider that the stomach and allied digestive or g ns are the most important organs of the body it would seem that a dis order there is to be taken very seriously theylike t oftentheandirregularBut there is no use letting indigestion go until it becomes chronic and under mines your health It is good advice to suggest to you that you go to your drug CaldwellsSyrUpstomach iver and bowel troubles That is what C Fowler of Carson City Mich didthetune of Grand junction Teun E F Thompson of SIenandoah Ia who ac tually considers that it saved his life You can obtain a 50cent or 51 bottle of the druggist and taken according to di rections it wiU probably be all you need It is a liquid acts gently never gripes arid besides the laxative effect contains exceptional tonic properties which tone the stomach and that is what is especially needed in Indigestio- nS sufferers from indigestion who have never used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin can obtain a free test bottle by writing the doctor It will be sent direct to your home without any charge In this way thousands have proven to their own sat isfaction Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is the very remedy they needed to cure in digestion When once you usc this grand remedy you will throw violent cathartics tablets salts etc away If there is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you wantrany medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There Is no charge for this service The address is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldgv Monticello ill ID Rather Die Doctor than have my feet cut off said M L Bingham of PrincevilleIlL but youll die from gangrene which had eaten alway eight toes if you dont said all doctors Insteadhe used Bucklens Arnica Salve till wholly curedIts cures of Eczema Fever sores Boils Burns and Piles astound and world 25c at Paull Drug Co a Buff Orpingtonf S There is no better breed of chi kenst They are large industrious and the bat of layer Henlthy and strong t while ilii but little trouble to raise i thm t Y4 edasany te bi I In tbi State and newiUirpii thirn t J mfor1Jlr ThS zid color gi only for iitlOOfot15 Mrt HPJh NOtttl Vi f IUIIJDbiID 1 tI t f1 c 1 0 hI t1i ili ci1 t 110 q 1 1 f iLot tt ri T q I r T I p- f5 4 THE COUNTYf kIA1Jt NEWS iftfd utitH u l art lls velYiJVedneJiiSi BY THE r iI lu County NewsCompany t INCORPORATED fhnapCHASS H ARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted tb the Interests 9f the city of Columbia and the popleof Adair mxd Adjacent counties Tieredat the Columbia JqstoEce as eecon ceases mail matter J t WED APEIL 21 1909 Senator Baileyof Texas has introduced an amendment to the tariff bill putting a tax of 3 per cent on incomes over 5000 It hou1be accepted Still higher prices are predict ed inthe Chicago pit this wee r for wHeat and flour goes up not a grain in sight Gamblers are ruling the bread market Returning prosperity is no coming in the budhood of the Taft reign it has not yet made Ziits advent in any part of the if country but the reduction o 4 wages is still moving on unabat t ed The second trial of Beach Har gs the patricide was to hav been commenced at Irvine Ky i last Monday It was reported f that tie defence would fight for T a continuance Senator Bradley who is a lawyer is not present S Duncan B and Robin Coopert + through their attorneys have filed in the criminal court Nashville fortysix reasons wil they should be given a new trial r It will be remembered that they got twenty years each for killing st the late Senator E W Car c1 WaRh1f1ngton Johnson Has publicly stated th 1 he will be a candidate for they Democratic nomination for Gov bigJv position and insf our judgment would make a f ideal Governor v Hon Charles J BrOnstpn died rYvery suddenly at his late J in Lexington last Thursday was a Democratic politician and one of the best known lawyers in Kentucky For many years he was an activ eparticipant in his district conventions and State conventions r Nebraska and Texas will so have all depositors secured y the bank guarantee law as de marided in the Democratic Na tional platform We have nev- j been able to see why anideposi tor should object to such securi or why any of the small banking institutions should oppose If you borrow money from a bank you must givejundispiited securi ty and pay the legal rate of in terest also but ifyou deposit you neither get interest nor security Beyond the assets of the i bank iniswhich you deposit The pro position to secure depositors Democratic its for the masses and against classes and will wi h NormanE Mack Chairman of the Democratic National Com mittee will launch the publicai 1 po o a Detnraticma az ne9rii l Jt1 jhmava l LAJJ Known as tnet ilationa1j Monthly L It1 win j ffiTt DeinocrxlLti uKrr Srr r j ri jllt r I r f f j PAY pf theTnzted States anil will tat upgn subjects andj methods of N tiiinalfState ajid county brganizaion and genera l1IC4 p btlildi gdf tfipartY Tlie most prominent writers will con tribute to its columns As t s me signifies it will be month ly will contain about thirty wo pages and will be one dollar per ye arT idn making an address in Utica New York recently speaking of the greatness of this country said in part We have but 5 per cent o the population of the earth sae TTJMrsesses but 7 per cent of the are a of the earth and yet industrial als1Ywethe balance of mankind We have akone half as m1chmopey on deposit in our savings banks as all the rest of the world Our expends twothirdtas is ofI ernments sours while our debt fis but onfe thirtieth of the debt iof the world We have enrolled in our school 20000000 students 17000000 being in our public paeY a which is more than is spent for education al purposes by the five greatesij Countries of Europe including Great Britian rCou thathYme that G P Smythe County Attorney of Adair county made a speech to the Fiscal court atJts April term 1907 to levy a tax of 025 to build turnpikes on the principal roads leading out of Co lumbia Now that justice maybe atna paper brought to me which I did ilglike J understooda ta be and I ytiSmythe that I have no recollection of him ever snaking any such a speech before saioT court EubankHsworn be fore me by John Eubankthis the 20th day of April JL909 Bruce Montgomery Notary Public inMy commission expires Mayr 18 1912 onKeltner Uncle Tom Kemp died toda He has been TerIstysome better MrKing Eodgersis out again after a spell of sickness A i Our people are planting the ir corn N r i The wheat crop in this section looking fine v c lookingisin th section J iing is rolling last week A good din Der anfithel eop1enJaYed the IU selves fine licf T I don t ttiinll there was l very many a seatenrn tHis neigh= Wlt1t h 8ys1i v1e lJte- 4r 1 iUei 1a1 nCQ Ve tp tlo r xYit i tr jijp i i f C 1 tr I t 1J TosThePublic Inasmuch as ni 6 nnttMr b ryJfisetl lydigsuin ties d tending out ci rculainone of Yichflre posted at the Courtfig House door the customary for such posters and is by half truths and insinuations in his speeches attempting to deceive the voters as to my connections plFiscalme responsible for the high ta rate of 1908 and at the sam wtime off 1909dthe Court fixed at 14c on 100 and 100 poll the lowest in the history of the county He o seeks to blame me for udhola1ri the public roads an osf credit for the many miles of good road in the county Now tha the people may not be by such demagoguery I publish and circulate the following state evere afCourt which statement show- that Mr Yarberry is either will fully attempting to deceive igInorant of the law and of the duties of a County Attorney fj Respectfully n iv GP SMYTHE READ WHAT THE FISCAL COURT SAYS Whereas we have information 7thati imade by certain persons to lay blame on our present County At torney Mr G P = Smythe for e acts of the Fiscal Court sinceI e has been in office N h1wee that the County Attorney has no vote or voice in fixing they tax rate or levying or expending the road tax and is not responsible urt hedis ce aUIduties he has performed efficient faithfully fearlessly and ith out favor and we are unwilling to remain silent while he is be blamed for things that we lIng are responsible We issue thi statement that the people may not be deceived SignedJ JuniusHancock County Judge CG Jeffries J P l C Dis No 1 S P Sullivan No 2 Eosenbaum t T No 3 C C Roe t No 4 5r110Y7 r he Courage of the Losing Fighter T I know a woman who writes says Lilian x Bell in the March wxitesrgailybiithe ands regard her as the apotheosis of easy success and envy her po sition and the happiness whic accompany Tier supremacyr Lhappen to know that the one dyinggwhich neither money nor hum kill may even subdue the pain thereof V breadiwiimer r and doing theIwork of ftwQ Js tojDfemg herf hgalth a strength yefexfcfr idne complaint ever pMsesti ihr lips With biffk nthe all s11 i tS harfi siij5iIt t ct rh rA tl htm1r t W 1w tor p i a r lF 1tx zrf firf t ti Y e f ri b 12 i t4 co llurageframe arid blazes from herdaunt = i r less eyes Yether success eVen she dailybr htbrings tears to my eyes The 1n who scrubs for me earning her dollar and a half a day on her knees is kneeling not only to her work but before an altar whereon lies the crip ed child she adores He can never grow up =she must know thoughegrows strong and wellhe is failing daily and her eyes know the truth though her lips still speak brave lies He will live he is eating better his lips have more color his eyes liftsdin arms at feels that his little frame is daily growing lighter and his feeble growingdme poor mother this brave losing fighterof the time when he will walk well knowing that the crippledsanotheri0h the poor souls on blindlygstalking Death You who are successful in that you are trot fighting your- battle of life against hopeless disease or a nearby approaching death You who lay by a little each month for rainyday fund or you who count your wealth by millions will you not give the right hand of fellowship shar yoursympathy or in some manner cheer the heart of some proud courageous silentlipped acquainIman expense and dwindling wage write a note of gratitude to some one whose work has inspired you Best fall wont yOu pause lon renougn each dayto bestow a helpful thought on the great and noble army oflosing fighters in this world u Monte Arkansas Editor News v Thinking that some of my friends would like to read a few lines from me I will try to write them a few words through the columns of the News I will first try to give adiscrip A1kansaslThIS but the soil is very fertile for mountain land farming and stock raising is the principle accupa tion This IS also a very fine fruit country such as apples peaches strawberries etc This is comparatively a new country but is rapidly improving Just to take everything in considera tion it is a very good country to live in I will now tell how we spent overhtheYetof Mr and Mrs Powell two very highly respected old inessconversationnf or forty of their friends present and plenty oneadpresent ws yer easantl ei oyablnday v i j ther4 wlywtt4- tbYaster etWl1l0YOUrS 1s Mlftr a tv J 11 fEi r y k i r ohr111ellr r r 1 J fClk ighland Peacock Uead df oung 1or i ii brji itI1i Goffey Studqf4 t8Yr r r Tf HIGHLAND PEACOCK property of Young Coffey Columbia Ky cherry bay saddle stallion 15 hands high weight 1050 Ifas 5 years old by Jordan Peacock 1148 he by Peacock 498 by Blue Jeans 3 First 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 this and adjoining counties as a show horse and breeder we deem it unnecessary to make any further statement as to his worth Fee I 0 to insure a living colt The Great Imported Hermence which once sold for 25000 and sired the great and a great many others that brought frompmake the Season at 10 to insure a living colt Hermence is l heartily endorsed by the Kentucky Breeders Bureau and we think will be endorsed by nearlyevery dealer in the State His fee at one time was 250 r We have the same jack we kept last year LOCO FOGUS This jack has proven himself an excellent breeder and very sure Fee Seven Dollars to insure a living colt v fw invite you to call at our barn in Columbia and let us show you our stock e tradedere- sponsible for accidents Young CoffeyI= 9Q9 I 1po9 t BROWN EAGLE This celebrated Stallion will make the present season at my barn 3n miles East of Sulphur Well 3miles North of East Fork and 2J South of Liletown and will be permitted to serve mares at the low sum of 1250 h byMyEaglesdamTuberose he by Cabells Lexington THIS IS EXTRA GOOD BREEDING highHelimbs he goes all the Kentucky Saddle Gaits and has plenty of keen action which is now so much in demand and commands the highest prices in the mar ket He drives nicely and has lots of speed He is a horse of fine style andhigh carriage Brown Eagle has won the following premiums at Columbia sweepstake ring for stallion mare or gelding at Burkesville second for saddle stallion mare CelinaTennlion 4 years old and over BILLIE m1000 to insure B DESCRIPTION BilIie is onehalf Cerman Coach out of Monte Cdstomare He is a beautiful Mahogany Bay 4 years old 16i bands high and wieghs1 200 pounds is a typical half Coach StallIon wIth great style and actIOn He has proven himself a good breeder as his coati will show The crossing of thisfstal lion with Kentucky mares produces horses that not only find ready sale atifgood prices but are especially valuable for p tneral purposes V sL7cI CLOUD 1 This Jack will make the season at my stable for 7 00 ifn tiaidbYSeP tember 1910 800 Brack Cloud is an extra fine young Jack 15 handsi of fine style and finish Sired by Camrons Joco he by Caldwells first dlmjjLady May by Imported Maringp Jr second dam by Climax it JOHN tj fwThis Jack is black with white points 15 hands high splendid bone and fine weight He is 9 years old and a fine Jack in every particulars He is fired by Tarlirfftons Napoleon first dam a native Jennettr 15 hands high second dam a imported Jenriett 15 halide This Jack will make the season at my barn and will serve mares for 700 to insure a living colt 800 if not paid by September 1910 TBeabove stocky standsibY insurauce the money being due vha maFs is inyibe taken to preventacciden bUtt1f any occur I will not be rea e No onSundat It I4 f IBDQJAlEL4 1 t iffif 1 Blia K Nctt f 4t V 1 n tltiit t st t5 l f 1 q rTSjt 1 r f t r Jf ttJ J L J t 0 1TIi i c 1 fI I ThE AJDAIR COUNTY NEWS J 5AJo J l 19J 1LLMJKITSp h 2 JuLatest Quotations onr ivei k1 i J Ni lCAJTT Shipping steer L 4756 00 Beef steers Vi 3 0O5 25 v Fat heifers and cows 300500 Gutters i rV 2 OO300 Canners rv f 160200 Bulls V 225425 350500IStackers 2 254 50- 350045pOChoice much cows n Common to fair cows i 15003500 HOGS hChoiceMediums 130 to 16017 670 Pigs n 52557 Boughs 600 dwn f SHEEP AND LAMBS r Best lam btI 05k Ji1is02lQ3Fa sheep 04J down i Columbia Market A POULRTY dgTurkeys 69Chickens 11 Ducks 07y GRAIN Wheat L25 Corn6CU rp iis N ilt p I j Miss Mary Myers is visiting in Monti p cello v Mr W R Myers was JnLouisville last Friday Miss Ethel ackman has been quite sick the past week Mrs Kate Hughes has returneti from a visit to Louisville Mr J N Coffey was in the Louis ville market last week s r Mr T R Stults was in Frankfort a day or two of last week IMr Charley Williams of Eunice was1 here the first of the week LMrW H Wilson spent several days LVof last week in Louisville u Mr J W Mitchell of Eli Russet county washere Saturday J Mr Claud Montgomery returned from Athertonville last week Mrs U L Taylor is visiting rela mtiyesand friends in Louisville f Mr Bruce Montgomery was in Louisville a day or two of last week Mr J A Winfrey of Eunice spent two days in fJMiss Myrtle M ers returned fiorri Indianapolis last Saturday night Mrs W 0 Pelfe qf Pellyton was visiting relatives fnjColumbialast week Messrs Tim Cravens and Fred Hill were in Oampbellsville the ratotbe week Ors Ni W Miller of afadisonville visited relatives ln Columbia the first of the week Mr J It Simms r p en1ifigthe Campbellsville Marbel Works was here last Saturday Mr L V Hall attended the funeral of his grandfather Toomey at Greens burg last wnek Mrs Jo Young who has been visiting her sons here left for her home in Waterview yesterday i Mr B L Simpson editor of Cum b rland County News was here from Burkesville last Thursday Mr Harry Goldstein representing a Nashville millinery establishment has Ibeen here for several days Judge W W Jones and Mr JamesI Garnett were in Campbellsville the first of the week on legal business Judge H C Baker this place and Mr J D Walker Gradyville atten ded1 V Presbytery at Danville last week Mr Davis and wife of Evansville t El1fMarcum seyeral days of last week StraterBrosmany stores in the county last weeS rMr Geo M Stevenson of Mont i plier left on a prospecting tour for ggtexaa last Monday He will be absent month j jjfc S H Newbold of Louisville who has considerable landed interest Iii spjent lastiweelk lo vr his f viiilj pisf fossessionsRev Scruggs is in Elizabeth Jt wji this week attending the State Bafptist SundaySchool Convention1 Midway Clipper ir Revs R L Tally A R Easey 31 H Rood and T L Hulse attended a Missionary Conference of the Method ist Church at Lebanon last weelc Mr JJ Biggs who is located at Gethsemane being in the reyeniie service reached home several days ago but has been quite sick since his arriv al Mrs Hall mother pfMr LV Hall and her son Charley stopped over ere SAnday while on way to- their home in Liberty from Greens burg CMrsMiss Annie have returned frpm a three weeks visit to Louisville They were called to the city to see a sick son and broher Dr J N Page is in Monticello He Will return this week in company with Mrs Page who has been visiting her and grandson in the capital of Wayne S Mr Zach Campbell who has been in Elida New Mexico for three years at home on a visit He spent several days of last week in Columbia meting his many friends Miss Ada Richards the little girl who has been living with Mr J A Youngs family for several months has been quite sick but is a little better at this writiiig Messrs WS Knight A H Holt Lilburn Phelps candidate for the State Senate and R E Lloyd member of the Committee were here from Jamestown last Thursday My Geo W Pike and Mr Ray Con over were in Frankfort last week and went before the State Board of Equali zation in the interest of Adair county Mr T R Stults was on the same mis sion Mr BF Chewningwho is in the revenue service spent Sunday with his family Here Mrs Chewning who has been with her husband for several weeks at his place of business is now at home Mr H T Baker who is in the Eliza beth Infirmary Lebanon is getting along very nicely The family have information that in all probability he will be discharged from the institution in a short time Mrs Jo Coffey Jr who spent two or threemonthsin Campbellsville on ac count of the illness and death ofa broth er returned to Columbia last week Her husband went over and accompanied her home f Dr C M Russell went to Lebanon last yeek and held 3 consultation with DrT McChord in regard to an operation thatis to be performed on a patient in the near future From Lebanon Dr- Russellwent to Louisville and took in the Electrical Exposition v Ruby x Several from thi plade attend etHlie singingt Indepenaehce Sunday Miss Annie Harvey who has been sick for several day is im jproving L W Sparks is very sick at this writing Mr and MrsJ RRoYce Pirigo visited at Arthur Roys s Saturday night and Sunday Mrs WJ Beans ou the sickj listIv f Evan Harvey and wife of Breeding visited at J W Har veys Sunday Mrs Eli Rossen was the guest of Mrs W J Bean Sunday J Virgil Wilson was at Breeding on business Thursday v Mrs Lucy Campbell Dingo was the guest of Mrs S S Estes Wednesday Miss Mina Scott was the quest of Mrs Creo Harvey Sunday Mrs X W Scott visited tt Robert Wilson Sunday fCJE 300f3E = i39f3iOOE 1 F A1tKdACKVlAn l W a T Gm B eg l D iI4 r J 1 8 1tfIe y ca1 for Q1dGoId and SlIverI 1 ti F t y r tiY Ix Iicyti3oc1eDeaocae j- t fl JJ9J Jrtq Sr t l t11 1Jii 1 J f i 7 fJtf t j T t r i tt 1rjo1 1 Lf jI 1 1i1 DtmnyiIIe f q4tt tjiJ 4 l f Mrs Sallie A Dickerson wioi has been sick for some is b etter vvvv There ha beiisevera1 severe- casesof pneumonia in our neigh borhood but we are glad to re port that they are all better Miss Carrie Cabbel who has been visiting her grandmother has returned home The Sunday School at Luttrells creek is progressing very nicely under the management of L C v t4issbeen attending the Russell Springs Academy returned home the other day Jo Thomas was in our midst one day last week selling stock powders He reports a very lively trade 1 JoxHenson7s little daughter was bitten by a mad dog a few days ago She has been bitten twice in the last year by mad dog Mrs Susie Sanders and son Elbert visited the family of Jas Dickerson Sunday Ellis Bros of the Pellyton neighborhood were on the crhek last week breaking up tobacco groundFarmers of this community are about through breaking one or two have planted some corn Owen Ellis and wife visited Mrs Flurinda Ellis Sunday The children of the old school district No 21 Casey county are thrown in a very bad condition V r by the passage of the new school i law The district was composed of theparts of 3 counties Adair Russell and Casey By the new school law the children of the Russell part of the district willt be compelled towalk 4 miles over rough roads climb several rough hills that are young mountains cross creeks and otherwise en danger their lives if they get any education Under the old law they had a little over a mile to go and gooiroads to trav lAbout 25 children in the Adair division will have between and 5 miles to walk of coursechildren will get a gOQd education walking 8 and 10 miles per day I suppose we owe this to our good Gov ernor and Legislature The peo pie ought to be proud that they are able to such a smart set WilIIplain when we vote for such m v Russell Springs v Everybody busy gettingready for corn planting These is quite a lot of home made fertilizer being jnadej in Russell county The singing taught by Prof Dudley has closed Everybody well pleased Old Uncle Tom jpslnn died the 6th His remains were laid to rest in the family jurying ground C Mr A M Fole lost v afih mule thought to he poisoned Etharalarter is erecting anew dwelling on a lot near The Russell Springs Hotel ari9nII L G McKinley bought of A M iPoiey one gasoline en iite to ran ju connection with his saw gristand planing mill1 f akk3ao of9uil1us li g crpntr1ha Jt O AH olrra Spripgs Brs 4S Si4kd tf J 1 if BREEDTOTHE BESTI Jt I Duke of Russell No 3669 Duke is a bay stallion 15 hands high 3 years old with lots of style a nice saddle and harness horse and a good bred one as you will see from from his binding below 3 PEDIGREE Duke was sired by Jordan Peacock 1148 by Peacock 498 by Blue Jeans 3v J dambyBlack4 Duke will make season of 1909 at the Fair Grounds Russell Springs Ky at S to Insure a Living Colt A Lex IITheWill make same tftj Phil Dexter will make the present season at the same place at the price of 6 to Insure a Living t mane Isire very much Ills dam was sired by Ruf Baileys young horse and he by his old horse Dexter a very fine horse 1 IIt Carpenter saddlehorses iyearsi stocki 4- LJH WOMACK Russell Springs Ky f 44WiiWenow have the Most Complete Stock f of Hardware ever seen in ColumbiaY tIIField Seeds H 7 inI1 ifJ iit V i i4 Lt f = = the Best on the Market4 tc 1 J 4 YOu 4 WANTS pfUf16 flJIb OIL I The Vu1 can Plow r w J r j is one of theStrongest anft BiestMWae Y f We Sell CiasQline Engines SawsPeed Mills JEtc i w1 I Wm F Jeffries Sonsi t Give us a call in Columbia Write wire us itXH roioio c4Band under the management ofi Sullivan is meeting three nights a week aii 1is playing high grade music almost at sight Come on boys and keep the mus ic going The Oddfellows of this place will celebrated the 26th at James town Married Miss Dollie Anderson to Mr Porter Bernard the 12th Ben James Wilson officiating Our little town is getting hooked on with the outside world by wire We have five phone lines atpresent KendalLI MrSM Lester whose health has been bad for sometime is some better at present Your scribe has not heard of the new telephone line from Helm to Sewelton yetI live near IJelm But there is a line being put up from Swanpond Bottom to Sewelton by the citizens of Swanpond and others von the road to Sewelton and is known as the Swanpond and Sewelton Line I understand that Helm w its to be conrfected with this new line and tht niagr o- fjtheinewAehae gedJf r thnto cprneoi 4 gin a- swit h 1 shthiaaocron of rfarticle froinHelm ht tNews lutjf ii ii I IVt 111Ill 1i May Festival Those who attend the May Music Festival at Louisville May 6 7 and 8 will hear one of the most famous organizations in the world the New York Symphony Orchestra So splendid is its work and so complete an artistic I ontitY has it become that it isj NaItionthat there are few on either side of the Atlantic that are compar t able With it Walter Damrosch is the conductor of the orchestra and he is also conductorinchief for the festival He took the baton the organization upony the death of his father and he succeeded so well that Andrew Carnegie gave it a home of its own Carnegie HallSo that the New York Symphony Orchestra might always be a definite and actve1 force in the musical york pf the country Damrosch- himselk is one of the most interesting musical men an America IherhestraJw Jr gqndu orjrandS ia 1ertJ te Atsi44AI r n rswe1lwiti ieidifJ critici5in 1Uii today tb yerwt t SiI l 1 c ii l ir I k i 7 Ur f 1 fj jIt i i We can meet the de= mands The Green Seal Paint is the Bestd wA when or W Musical of are qualities he own I believe in giving American audiences the best in music says Dam rosch and so while the programs for the festival will be such as everybody can enjoy representativeIof the greatest works df the masters e Griders Stored j Farmers are getting around f like it was time to do something Some have planted corn and most of us are ready to plant Lots of time to plant corn yet We will have some cold rains the first 6f Maydogwood winter is to come yet V iFmewheat crop in this neighborhood wheatis looking fine j prornisingl Meadows are looking green two more weeks and we can stop the feed of our yearling mulesJ r itrBUff intton h tlTtof layers r MItar vfwhik smafl t1W th iWiL IinI1 t lit temI1 rt1Titf iizeadooIOr5S lJUr a tOIfor t iapt NJij 51 s IIt I i I Lt 1 1 JiJ 1L ji i i II t t t ttt6t J f t I THE ADAIR CGiUNEYNEWS 1 5 j h LNTimeCard t r In effect Monday Dec 31JWC 1iJ ISU1HBOUNts rRAIN Li tOUISVILLE Ai LEBANON N o27 700am v 942an No 23e815 lm 1004am JNo795 5P1lo740pm t ilo21 V 0 SHJOjim 1000 pm If1io 93 jw 630 pm i SQO Jim V NORTH nOUN 1 TRAIN Lv LEBANON vAir LoUISVILLE o24546an t 750 amt J 0781 am v 1016 am No 28 430 pm u r 655pm o22l5pzn iNo92 732 am 1015 am Nos92 and 93 are Sunday trair spny C M WISEMAN SON Diamonds and Precious Stones Jew ers and Opticians i T1fSpecial attention given to work and all orders in orgoods in our line ff j Qposite Mpsic Hall I J let 132 W 1st Idrket 2d StL uiZviUeKy1 I s D CrenshawI VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetion to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur j gical work done at fair prices lam well fixed to take care ofstock Mon iey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE J FROM COLUMIA ON IPOINTMeNT Coffins iND CasketsIs ready for use all kindsofof ICoffins and Caskets sold at short profits Give the a call and be convinced that it would be to our interest tQ pa I trpnize my shop 7 i iEnowRUss1ISllftlgS- StTI WMOfiE HOL- w WtboRE pvopv FirstClass Tablef t Good Sample Roomed1 Feed Stable J t Reasonable Rates QItI DYVILLKY Res Phone 29 Office Fhone402 I Or James Triplett b x DtLr f 4 JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY n i 7 fe t munb is 1eLti Ii pCJEFFRIES ULDU4- Gt 1PBONNO 40 RING 3Mir cj fJJMBiAKENTUQJ y S f r j r Joseph n stiie I tv AttrneyAtLav e J pf tf q wi a4Ihitmf r j p too fji l1t andadpuing contis d i r t JSi tnUNit t143 f 3fii Jrlt j L i tIlh j f t1t c j 11iPr If A f 1jjjIutrItfJ t f1 rtvT r NOUQeINT3W FOR STATE SENATEt We are authorized1 to announce tliat HonLTNeat is a candidate for the State Senate in this the 16th Senatorial district subje to the action ofa Dis JameStownconventions Saturday April 24th i FOR CIRCUIT jyDGEJ We are authorized to announce tHat ZaCourt Judge in this the 29th district subjecttot1ie action of the Republican party rWeMiller of Monroe county a candi date lor Circuit Judge in this the 29th district subject to the action of the Republican party Jo FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY vWe are authorized to annouce A A HUddl ston of Cumberland county a candidate for eIiominati n to the of flee of Commonwealths Attorney in this the29th district subject to the ac tion ofthe Republican party TYanzant ttheof the Republican party CIRCUIT COURT CLERK thaWt Court Clerk of Adair county subject the action of the Republican party dMccleric of the Adair circuit court sub CStV to the action of the Republican part3V FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY y HonMty Attorney of Adair subject to the action of a Republican primary to be held Sa rday April 24thcW6 aXe authorized to announce GPSmythe a candidate for reelection t subjecttoFOR SCHOOL We SUFERINTEILtENTi Mrs Georgia R Shelton is a candidate CouthSchQ16 y acton of the Repuplicah party atMissSuperintendent of Schools of Adair URepubhicaif FOR ASSESSOR TJ We are authorized to announce that sectionisAdair County subject to the action the Republican partytWe areauthorized to announce J M tAdairthe Republican party orIJohnWtheRepublican24 1909S Mme Modjeskas estate has ben appraised at 120000 Forest fires are still causing amage in Roarioke and Botetout counties Va ANew York doctor claims that appendicitis i s caused by too much sleep Deputy U S Marshall de stroyed an illicit in Clay count y and poured out 400 gallons jpf eer 5TVsVV- 3 cJoppa i More cOol weather It seemst Old King Winter means toV re main with us a while longer The health of our community good at present r Misstilattye Young entertain L ed her many friends at an Easter arty the Saturday night before Misses Effie Ooffey Liila ar innie Knifley of the L W T visited Misses Lutta and El nora Barger last Saturday night arid Sunday v Miss Gora Reynolds andbroth r EpyJ of Giarlin visited ifrs GattleiWl1lis dta x dyJast un ay4 r mj11f Pf7 i r t i rtf l k ilLrJ 4iIl fit ji l I f 51Li Ir T Swas the guest of Miss Nancy i1i 1tSatdayandSundayS Mri G J3 Yates and wife at- aede1 the funeral of their aunt Mrs Yates atGradyvilleV1 Mr A 0 Youiig has recently lad a telephone putun his resi dence The singing at Zion Sunday aft ernoon was iargly attended Brother Tompson preachedat ion Easter Sunday Mont a little son of Wm Pow ell who hasbeen sick has about ered VY wMrter Mrs Victqra garnet last VSundayS Mrs Manerya Montgomery is o hanLast Friday April 9th the friends Qf Mr W W Kirtley i gave him a surprise dinner it Sb theingonhetthings to eat There were about seventy people partook of therep pas tand there was as muchas I the tfroverbal seven baskets full left Mrs Kirtiey did all in her Potvr to make them enjoy them t selves It was a day that will l stongbeJrent every one seemedV enjoy theselves to theuttermostV Obituary Twgoto the rave ion we loved with dowir cast hearts Hot tearsunbidden flow down our heeks There is an aching void for Which there0 is no solacep thesecY ear substitutes found for these tears and heartaches ItV5 a 1 reohingeaeh momeitVTne subject of this notice Mr Verrion Aaron passed to the OtBer shore on April 3rd 1iO9 Whopping cougj and1 pneumonia combined were foo much for his physical strengtifYeri1 n leaves parents brdfclj ers sisters a wdow and a host of friends to mohrnVi1S absence badeT1all to get ready and follow him hat he was goifig to rest Learn of Me for I am meek and lowly in h artandye shaIIifind rest Sayeththe Lord WT Belk l Denmark JCy 4 Sweeyt Over Niagara This terrible calamity Often happens because a areless boatmID ignores the rivers warnings growing ripples and faster currentNatures warnings are kind That duly pain or rche in the back warns you the Kidneys need at tention if you would escape fatal mala diesDropsy Diabetes oBrights di sease Take Electric Bitters at once and see Backache fly and all your best feel ings return After long suffering irom QObottleBlankenship of Belk Tenn Only SOC atPaull Drug Co 4fObituary f j j IS On April 8 1909 about twoIVt oclock the death angel visited the home of MrandMrs James Miller and clairnedfoi its victim their little daughter Cena May about seven years of age She was sick about seven months with a peculiar kind of throat trouble About tnree weeks ago the father tookVhe1io LouisV ville toV have an operation per formed but she was too weak dotTJwas done but the Lqrd saw fit to pall her to the mansion ire pared for his children The dej fifamilythe comingof the jmQrnrpg tidu ted Ivi Jfriei Su1lifan t J A U j t r 1 = jffpitif 1 f f br ljt B oi 1ti ttifl 1rtr iY t n tfV t l a Steel 16 high and when As an individual he is rather ol g a common appearance was a opportunity demonstrate his worth For this reason he was fifteen years old before the public fully realized that he as the greatest sire this hascounty ever produced Red is now owned by Judge Thiirman of Springfield y1and though he stands at a high price he does not lack for patronage and notwithstanding his age he can not be bought today for 100000 the time has already come when the horse like man is judged by what he can do rather than by his appearance alone Grey Lexington has the combined action of the saddle horse and the trotter In harness he can gohigh and fast No horse in Adair notcounty standard bred can passhim on tlje roadAs a saddle horse he or proven a er On account of his common individuality he has not had an opportunity to serve many firstclass mares but notwithstanding this fact if he has ever sired an inferior or undersized colt no one knows where to find it This is a statement that can be made about but few horses and of course cannot be truthfully said of any horse a one He will Serve Mares at 10 to Insure a Living Colt PEP IOREE andardbredmareentitled I T ir se Two mules sired this Jack were shown in co The above named make the season of 1909 on the farm of Jas R Wade on Green id Plato Wade ri v t 0 Purdy Ky F 5VIResembled Her Husband The reaspns advanced tstores or the return of article puro chased are varied but perhaps the oddest of all was given at a large department store recently Wont you please take back this lamp said an elderly hard eatured woman My husband bought it for my birthday present but I dont like it at all It resembles him too closely Why how is that3 queried the surprised saleswoman Well it has a good deaL of brass about it it is not remark ably brilliant it requires a great always out at bedtime and isj bound to smoke She got her money without va wordV 5 VV4S orINeighbors l A good neighbor is always the most desirable of possessions air Vhoughvalue is underestimated What constitutes a good neighbor is al so frequently misconstrued al though the sensible acception4 of theterm isfthe neighbor who is friendly with Qt1ti behig fficiqusr helpful without being s ously so and finally one who xe f spects the privacy of others 1iouseboldatiair by a certain de gree of formality of mannerv i c Thesdcillnejihbor is nQt alt ways the useful ileighbor y t each in her place has special11zi5 fluences to exeQfquIIybeht cial consequencessThesynlIia hetic neighboris also a popular- one but she has tcy exer isie con- inuouS f tact leatherc sdlacing v itafluence may occa bnailly be ov- erdor ti Z mJtfr 1 ftii 4J t i 71 j Grey 1 r texingtoa Th Red Bird Stallion Is Grey hands fat weighs Twelve Hundred Pounds yearsdRedpoor that Bird defectsblemishes CaneValleytheyarinterestedparey forjockeypurpose IIReqCOLONEL BRECKENRIDQE toColonelBrshowringpremiumbeermittedstockwil ofrivIf onI 1 KXS5 C SXXsXSSX r WEEKLY I 1 6OUR1ERJOURMffti l Js a Naoional Nevspipe Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regularprice 1OOVV a year but you can get tie WEEKLY III r I if you will give or Hid your order to this OuurierYourna1j f 4 11 Daily CflurierJeoriial Yr S600 I I Sunday CourieNrarBal W 2OOj I We can gIve you a combination cut s rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write f I icthis paper I St d 1i iods The inquisitive n ilShboris always a dread to everybody wthin the reach of her inquisi ive curiosity as she does not seem to have any intuitive re spect for others feelings s re gards their divulgence of person l affaus to an outsider The tru etaId ihojit Twpecfctd l lii 1iQJt y f itL S t 1 is 1ft j Iv LL 1t oife whq always speaks well of everybody who devotes the largest share x f her sympathies tblier own affairs is chary of administering unsolicited dvice and whQ always waits until her social and useful capacities are rewted ncL never renders iseliiC ffic even in her Vts- aiguine r effortat pjijjg to be d neighborE ic i1 i 1i Cl i Wt rH I i j 7Ti = iii Tr i iii 1tir = Cd I 4 t FX q 1 Z c 7 C li jf 7t 1 1HE ADAIR COUNT NEWS t n0odson Lewis Greensburg f Kentucky 1B OW OFFERING A CARLOAD EACH x r l 1 v C c Studebaker x5 Birdsella f n Iflilburn WagonsAOliver Chilled Plows A car load of Disc Harrows V A carload of I I Cultivators Corn Planters One= Horse Corn Drills altdI i Will have the greatest and finest display fe of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown i1 this Green River Country ready for Spring trade V c i lIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the LN R R Woodson LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to tIi NN i your pro 4 ianagood goods If We appreciate I EfL HUGHES INCORPORATED GO es f Deblet11310s 116 E market St Bet Brook 2167 Both Phones 20c cstt1f hiofiifferent sty1 s bee irestOEk f127 Jrfr l lin s tl 7f7IS ad i ie j us 1st I I 1 O f1 E e lCr t y ff J t t r x i k Sl fi fL cr NJN 1 TMFIEE l NNNAi lNiNNiN Ns Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns jStairInterior Finish Etc 1fthem t 1LOUISVILLE fig bTEtA1 CCtile Cutlef Guns WAcrONMRTE1 IFiIt t1isville tuekTelephone 00r rjDr JII1ii OSTEOPATHY IltfIf t L itticeAESf1EKCE fo It CoJumbia Kentucky I Rii t 1 t Sf tJ 0 r4 1 r 1r t J I p As f JLi r a I IJ it f J cHfi Jrto 4t 1t 4ff 4y l 1 roQ Ii p h 1 r SIZE OF BULLSEYE r It Varies Accordingto Distance In RifleSho tingcCIA bullseye is a bullseye Is an er pressionr frequently used In connection With rifle shooting but those unfa millar with military rifle practice as at present conducted hatje little cop ception of what is meant by a bullseye on the regulation targets The ranges at which shooting now takes place are 200 300 500 600 800900 and 1000 yards For these ranges three targeta are employed The first is target A which te used at 200 and 300 yards It is six feet tall and four feet in Width with a bullsey0 In the center eight inches in diameter This is surrounded bya circle twentysix inches in diameter Another circle is fortysix inches in diameter The bullseye counts 5 a shot in the inner circle 4 in the outer circle 3 and on the remainder of the target2 The B target which is used at 500 and 600 yards is six feet square It has a twenty inch bullseye and tho first circle is thirtyseven inchesand the second circle fiftythree inches in diameter The value of the spots Is the same as on the A target The 0 target is used at 800 900 and 1000 yards This is rectangular in shape being six feet high and twelve feet long It is divided into three sec tions by vertical lines three feet from each end In the center is a thirtysix inch bullseye surrounded by a fifty four Inch circle A shot In the bulls eye ouhts5 between the bullseye and the rim of the circle 4 anywhere out Bide of the circle but within the six foot square 3 and at either end of the target but outside of the square tho shot counts 2 points Philadelphia Record WHO OWNS THE AIR Ancient Legal Maxim Says Man Owns Land Up to the Sky It Is still a mot point whether or not the flying of airships over private property may be opposed by due process of law In England there is an ancient maxim embodied in the English common law which says He who owns tho land owns it unto skies This venera ble rule a legal authority points out Is as good today as ever it was and is full of menacing significance to the airship builder f The effect of this rule is to give the owner of land the exclusive right to the free enjoyment of the air over ant above the four corners of his holding and any Interference with that enjoy men however apparently slight and harmless constitutes a trespass for which an action may be brought Applications for Injunctions against airship owners and actions for trespass by aggrieved landowners are not un likely proceedings in the near future New York Sun IHow She Solved It was something about the face of the stranger who sat opposite to her in the tram car that was familiar to the stern ladyI Pardon me she said If ram not mistaken you are one of the poor underpaid working girls whom our Emancipation society tried to benefit or at least you were a year ago That Is so said the stranger Then our society has evidently not been without influence for you look prosperous now I have everything I want and never was soThappy In my life Thats splendid You must have solved the woman problem I have Glorious Do tell me about it Ive married A Case of Auto Suggestion A baker on the upper west side who purchased an auto delivery wagon was surprised to receive the following message from one of his most particular oresmell of gasoline iii the rolls made al most the entire family sick The baker sent word to the cu that as the auto was driven bytomerI tricity and no gasoline was used she must have been mistaken and added Perhaps the cOClk had just cleaned her gloves that daytNew York Press RNot Too Late Not long after the great Chelsea fire some children in Newton Mass held a charity fair by which 18 was real izecT This they forwarded to the rec tor of a certain Boston church who had taken a prominent part in the re lief works with a letter which read li somewhat as follows Weiare sending it to you Please give It to the Chelsea sufferers yours truly etc p SWe hope the suffering la not all over Piety Piety Is not an Send but a means of attaining the highest degree of culture by peectpetce of mind Hence it Is to be1 observed that those who make piety an end and aim in itself for the most part become hypocritessGoethe Handl=Say t pr to marry each other when we grow up Graciet 6h no t like else better thenLnpyMe too Grade htstilyJ Oh yes letsdo promise Kansas City Times S A Success r Y Mrs HenpeckTI married you tore form you Mr Henpeck You succeed t a Ill neyer marry again IfI live to be a thousand years old lUuatriatttd Blt t more fh t9 deceive jtelDemothtiiw tr r iCs t Mr f frt rtl r1 ttj r p 6 rfr v i Bakferton jWe have atiice rise in the river now which enables the boats to continue business GD Parrish finished sowing his pats in Texas last week and came back to seek his people He has not decided When he will go back to harvest them Miss Mittie Glidewell came Home last week on StrDunbar from Bowling Green where she has been attending school The boats are not putting off t many goods at Dillon s Landing now Messrs Frank Eadford and J L Glidewejl are agitating the tobacco question to some extent Think they will put out a very large crop Misses Lyda Dillon and Bettie Jane Irvin wentto Burkesville a few days ago T C Coff went to East Tenn last week to see about his timber interests there Huber Williams was at Colum bia a few days ago on business The young folks took an tEast er excursion on the StrRoweria to Celina Tenn Mesdames Dollie Young and Stella Cartwright Doggett vis ited at H C Parrishs a few days ago Mi and Mrs James Cole was here shopping one day last Week- J S Baker of BigtRenox was here last week The farmers in the neighborhood of Breeding are haulingy fertilizer omhere nearly every daySRJL Snow of Monticello was here last week Bob is thinking of coming back to old Cumber landcounty Thats all right Bob come back and we will all welcome you home G C Baker was here a few days ago on business Charlie Gwynn with Johnston Bros Co was here last week Mrs Will Rpwe and son Kin nard of Burnside came here from Red Lick to meet the Row ena on the returned trip to Burn side Mr Henry Bledsoe is busy getting cedar ready for market 33e and W H Ross have a con tract to runitto Carthage where they put it on the railroad Rev Reuben Hicks of How ards Bottom died April 8th at 9the 9rIMrs S AStephenson of Cro here a few days ago Mrs J A Young was here shopping few days agof JLi Graves is here culling staves getting ready to ship t lip Before the Bar r i N H Browjn an attorney of Pitts field Vt writesi We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for Yearts and find them such a good family medicne we wouldnt be without them For Chills Constipation Biliousness y or Sick Headache they work wonders 25c ar PaullDrug Co j There are more MeCaUPattentt tlte U fStates than of an YcthK ekeofpatterns TW 1ia- dcewat of their a accuracy id pi MazteTbeQ can FsoehuI eaorewbocriberrtkaaanyoeber eliia aea yaar III cos Gee t Lt Mt el Every eebectiber Z McUfK t SuHcri1le r i t 1 H tfr edNnr of t 7telbt7Exi y AR i 1 1rr a r ft cr0t tr = lff i l 1 r a1i JTtKff oWil make the Season at my Barn Montpelier Kyat 6 to Insure a Living Colt JAKE is a bay stallion 15 hands high very handsome and po sesses wonderfulsubstance speed and durability and the most per fect dispositionof any horse I have ever owned or handled H He istsound in every particular and will measure up to your demands if you want to raise an allpurpose horse His binding combines the highest class of trotters tracing to the great Hambletonian 10 on both sides in the second generation H Hambletonian 10 is conceded to be the greatest sire of trotters either living or dead and Jake only being twice removed from him makes him beyond question a horse of rare binding In every instance money is due when colt is foaled mare trad accidentsJoe Williams better 1 prepared toI farmers 1 IIIdH s One car of Binders Mowers Harrows Hay Rapes Also the Olin ver Chill Plows and the Brown Culti vators WheatDills Corn Drills A car of Wagons one car of Buggies and a nice line of Harness In fact many things which isnot mentioned 1 tr F Jj H PhelpsJ 1 Jamestown Ky Binder Twine Buggy Whipsl L I I 1r 11 U G HARDWi S Pres jD COCKE V Pres R DIETZMAN See W TVyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 II JYIIIHiW IGI1rg mAC IN1sTS II ENGINES BOILERS DEALERS SAW MILLS MILLS FEED MILLS I I1301 TffiKTeeNTSMftIN LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKs t Sheet Iron and Tank Work f JOBBING YORK SOLICITED 11 All Kinds of Machinery s r Repaired I P r rr I 1 If the Gptswold e rie1surplus stock does npt 1pfthiSr ekr ifeis iis o wdtnever before W the history of this bieed was the emend if t 00V Jf tt tftThe disr Ji it lO1o litr n zJ1 dff r l1l t1t J t r 4 tI- J 1jt it a L Ixrj i Oi it Jf tf t i Jam furnish with Disc 1 IN GRIST sp Navels herd of heldat Chicago March 24th and 25th- 76fernales everaged 15370an f tw23 bulls averaged 16250Y r t T f E L I aiaoit a J tt r6G 1 1 t rft 1ti tov5k12 lrr i i hii t t tf1 r it i f tt r iftF y frj 2i ryi r c 4 t r J 8 TIDE AD IR COUNTY NEWS i iv Gradyville f tvr Some of our farmers areplant ii ii QrIP j i G T Mowers spent a day or so at Columbia last week r James and Charles Diddle of d theLW T S of Columbia spent Saturday and Sunday at I home CowJumbia a day or so of last week Miss Della Mitchell was il Co 4r fliimbia last Tuesday tRev Johnson filled his aP- pointment here last Sunday morning and evening The growing crop of wheat is i looking fine m this vicinity We hear some of our farmers complaining of their tobacco plants not growing off as fast as r they would like for them to 7 Mr J M Wilson who has t been in a critical condition with r arising on his head for the past week is thought to be imprqv ing at this time A son of rTim Corbin got s 1 his arm broken one day lastf week vBrack Cain is on emarketn fora few more good cattle as he contracted some for lrde livery 7- TMiss Birdie Dohoney of Portland was visjting her friends in ourtown one day last week Mr Henry Parson and family Jiave moved to their new proper pHeify says he is located markfancLhis doors are open to his fx friends tMrJ Ir Walker attended Presbytery atDanville last week Mrs Coy of Columbia visit ed Mrs J D Walker of our city afew days of last week t Mr W W Yates and his son Jar pent a day or so at Edmonton 7 last week i r Mr W McCanless and Pro- fFreeof Edmonton stapped aver for Sunday at the Wilmore House while enroute to Columbia last SaturdayMrs 0 MosSv visited her brother GepvT Flowers Jr dayvlast week Thereare quite a number offine i t mule colts in this section The y largest one taking age into consideration belongs to Mr G T Flowers He says it will take 100 to get this mule Several of our farmers have contracted their cattle for rune and July delivery at fancy pricks No trouble to get money if you have something to sell We are glad toj note that th smallpox cases in this section have about all recovered and no new cases up to the present Mr Mitchell iDenny who has been confined to his bed for sev eral weeks with pneumonia is r up going around Whilehe looks considerably worsted by the long spell he thinks it is only a ques- tion of time until he will be stout h again f t Mr RJ L Caldwell one of ZM ijltqwns best farmers has1 been for the past few days as sisting in the blacksmith shop at this placeMr Caldwell fbl flowed blacksmithing at this place wasRaAv ivery sJlcpessfulat the businessi JiHe has Tidt forgot his old trade fX Our town J as1r been full uP1 j with candidatesfor the pas tvAt week or so 1 Althat the Demo tif rcrats etouto Ur untyf of l ltl1C lilS a ltle fuDln ngrWle mzm ti i t 5fAf i +orc1ifij 1jlol ai r f 4tJttr Psir y1r9t J f J J fI I Republicans pull for the nomi nation The fun will all be over in few dajrs1 Wa v dt Li fOur millmery 1fj eople have cerr tairily done a good business dur ing the past WeekWe don t think we ever remember of no icing so many ladies wanting new hats in cfoe week as there has been iiere during the past week and still there are plenty left Died on the 15th with a corn plicatian of diseases Mr Thos Kemp Age abut 80 years He was one of the best citizens in the Cool Spring community He was strictlYa Christian man and an man that ever body laved and had no enemeis as your reporter ever heard of He was a strict member of theMethodist church His funeral was preached lby Rev Johnson his pastor and his remains laid to rest in the Picket Chapel Cemetery by the Masonic Fraternity to await the resurrection morn He leaves a widow and several children with a host of relatives and friends to mourn their loss May God bless them in this hour of sad ess and distress v Glens ork l Farmers are taking advantage of the pretty days fixing for their 1909 crops Mrs Brittle Hays went to Co lumbia last TiIesd yandhad some nice dental work done r lr Johnnie Grider and family spent last Saturday night and Sunday at Mrs Fannie Wesleys Mrs Brittie Hays and Clemie Abr e1 were visiting at Fannie Wesleys Monday night andjlittleWesley and family were visitin at G R Abrels Sunday 1MrB n Lewis k Leslie Bennett F Abrel took a nic bunch of hogs to Columbia Tuesday Died oh the llJinst Mrs Venie Eelsly She leaves a host jbf friends and relatives to nerloss Mr Doney Andrew and broth er Levi are on an extends visit to relatives at Creelsboro f Miss Laura and Emma Andrew spent Saturday night at G R Abrels Mrs Fannie Wesley is haying her house painted which wil- Ladd very much to the appearance to her residence visite ing her daughter Mrs Liddiej Andrew this week Absher rJ vMTSt HVT Robertson and sonr niaril wer at Columbia i1 sev= eral days last week Mr W H Cave and daughters Arva and Cleo were at RoleY fast Saturday and Sunday t Messrs Albert Morris Esther Moore and Curtis Absher were the guests of HR Robertson last Saturday and Sunday Miss Annie Robertson visited at Holmes last Sunday Mr R B White visited Mr R Q Dillingham last Saturday and Sunday and was accompan ied home by his cousins Bertha and Audra Dillingham Misses Ella and Sylvia Hum phress were the guests of Miss Altha Alsher last Saturday night Mr Henry Cooley was in Lou isville several days last week The party at JD Absher was largely attended and all report a splendid time Miss Zella East was the pleas ant guest of Miss Bursha Vaughan Saturday and Sunday Mr S L Smith and son of Holmes wereatDelaneY Robert sons last Sunday Mr and Mrs B T Robertson were visiting relatives at Ella last week Mr wL Yvtaabbert visited his grandmother at this place last Sunday while en route forCop lumbia Miss Ida Grant visited Mrs- TommieRice last week Miss Nannie Cools YatMr Dillinghams a few days ago Misses Eula and Bertha Martin were shopping at Columbia one day last week Pelelham r gSome of our farmers areplant ing corn If the fruit was notin ured lO tickelargestcrop for years Peach fullbloom 1irs John R Cundiff is quite writingnRollin Webb left for Tullula IlLvlast week Ir Leslie Tupman and sister of Cane Valley were visiting at Mr SE Squires last Saturday night Miss Staten of thehW TSI visited Mary and Myrtie Squires last Saturday night 1Miss Claud Bumgarner visited at Spurlington last week Mr J P Cundiff bought out Mr Lane Hartfield s interest in the sawmill they have been running for the past two years Mr Cundiff now owns the machine LI AnvedThe Coach Horse Will make the present season at my of MillIbFlllmilessquth town and wilbe permitted to serve ql X1 Insure a Living Colt tMoney due when mare i d dthr to other stock J1 H J k r iiJ1CK5QHINNr 7ixi efrfol jlh 1f t I 7xTit 3J tfl t xL rtiC ify il k t rmsme astaabov e ndhorse s i rfr ir 2 t7 Iii V 3ROpgpiisifc7i m f1 j Kp v l i r i J 4 B t i j4 4f o r t Mi rMt fi yj ir fFf iJlt L + f J I r i1 l1j X j r hex PeacockS- addle iHarness Worse al is a dapple bay 16 hands bykMany n breedingI firstII ry one some of them selling foiH fancy prices Serve at 1000 to Insure a Living Colt W W PEDIGREE 8 N Sired by Jordon Peacock No 1148 A S H R he by Peacock No 498 he by Blue Jeans Second damCromwell Denmark he by Old Denmark w w Gov Wood w Pedigree NoQ clamLizzieDby The McFarland big Jack the noted breeder gets more high priced colts than 0 any other jack in this section One of his colts took first premium at Colum CountyHe8 ff Q mare I Gov Wood was sired by Wallace Wood the Murry Jack he by Gov 11 Wood he by Wsblack Jack TipTop he by Peters BlackHawk he by Royal Mammoth he by old imported Morings Mammoth Dam Jack by Brown Beck she of Black Molly Ben McFarlands FI a nnejennette aH The above named stock will make i maretradedbred onthe0 arc shouldany occurPHONE 57H fi 33Lc3838c 1 Jordan Peacock i Number 1148 The Best Sire of Saddle and Harness Horses in the World v Will make the Season of 1909 at his home in Gradyville Ky at the Low Price of 15 to Insure a Living Colts JORDAN PEACOCK needs no introduction to the people He has made his own reputation by breeding J the right kind of horses that the people want everywhere They are the kind that go underClhe saddle thatitare ones brhts v nofI X JORDANS colts at from 10000 to 5000 each Did anybody ever ow of any otherhorses colts selling 1ri for such prices Did you ever hear of anyperson buying such 1 umbrof coltsandshipping1 P1 to c otherr states by any other horse n Did you know that Mr Otho Miller of Moody Texas bough two of r butliemstakeby not buying more oi hem Did you know that Capt Hampton of Washington City sent to this j county last fall and bought one of the best saddlett7 geldings that JORDAN ever siredThis is only fwof tthe sales of JORDANscolts that have beeen made since last falL 1ijust mention these to show you that 1 they are the ones that are selling and bringing more than double the price of any others So dont fool your time away breeding to others because they are close toyou or yourr tfriend Look youknowBelow Iwill show you why JORDAN is the bestbreeder 1 I 5 i Read His Pedigree L JORDAN PEACOCK ISTo 1148 sired by Peacock No 498 he by Blue Jeans IS o3 he by Phillips Black Horse his dam by Grey Eagle Blue Jeans dam by LeGrand he by Peters Halcorn v Jordans dam S rLena fivers oJ60h by Cabells Lexington he by Gists Black Hawk Jordans 2ndjdam L zeJolrdan she by thoroughbred Jordans 3rd dam by Waggerner f iJI Ut r r Respectfully m 17gYJI t W L Grady j Jtfr 3r I tMares fed at cost of feed or 50 cents per weeR for pasturer that consists of one engine saw rig one clover miller and wheat separator Miss Sallie Hutchison and Mrs Jake Feese were visiting In the Mt Pleasant neighborhood a few days ago Bro Rice of Absher will Breach at Hutchison Schoolhouse the third Sunday iniiMay t Jastiwee in Cane Valley visitin 1disses dudaeoii- t rxtl n Pjfit 3 5 la4yQ11I1cisho fear Leninitli The horse JrgLD Ut f117 bn We regtetYes- N ry le j Att1 55l much that he is crippled as he is a Rood hand on the farm Mrv Charley HutchisoQ and i family were visiting in Columbia las S day Mrs James Todd was visiting t her sisteri of Mt Pleasant last week ISfe JBfeni y 3ry itgpt his t foot t n3ashed last week by a tr9n runnil owerit i i J l nieMcFarJand of Co I lamb ayr r sl4ed her uncle l fr J chsarlandof thiss lace- y II 1 n aneeaay 7o P kd QQnaPd toy a aceld last W ekil irieitulWiitiJ wipiIk XJ 0 tJ l jt11o rf1j t L t aa mashed two of his finger nearly oftvand has pen confined to his room for the past week Mr J R Cundiff wllI move his saw mill to Mr Joe Sfiirrys farm in a short whilerMrs Lucy jrassom 5fMt Pleasant neighborhoodi was yi sit ing afthis place last week Mro and Mrs Joe Flowers of Columbia were js Mrs CharlrJ ij The J ItWatKjpl Rred Comp- anY is represented by JrB Grantm Adair Colnty who dhbisrode if in n of pure ectracta iPiceei stock nd pixy fc zid iveil iBteF t a k kdIR jf mrIi r Sf