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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vF 1 iIT t T TITT I + rr r ft it1 ott 0 + = x 1fi 11J r xi r ti i It X F tii I iVOLUME XII COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 2 1909 NUMBER 30 I p IN COMMEMORATION OF THE DEAD r k Last Sunday Afternoon the People of Columbia Met in the City I Cemetery And Bedecked The Graves of Loved Ones With Beautiful Flowers TWO VERY APPROPRIATE ADDRESSES IIiiiLlnder the supervision of the City Association conducted alto gether by ladies the graves of our dead were decorated with flowers and eyer greens last Sunday afternoon The hour for the services was 4 oclock Jmt p a half hour before that time the ceme- teryI was wellfilled with people who had come loaded with beautiful flowers which were soon strewn upon the graves throughout the cemetery At 4 oclock the services were opened by IRev A R Kasey who delivered a mQst beautiful prayer which he would have followed with a well worded address r but before he had spoken six minutes rain began to fall and he was compelled to cut his speech before he had half finished It was generally re gretted that he was notf permitted to concludeThe Brass Band then played God Be with you till we meet again the congregation joining in singing the wordsAt yt theclose of the music the raint had checked and Judge H C Baker who was on the program for an ad dress spoke as follows Our meeting together herethis after noon is under the promptings of a sentiment which is as old as man and aa F universal as the race Love was im beinever It came with us into our Earthly ex istenceit will go with us into that ex I istence which awaits us in the beyond If perfection is ever attained in this life it will be when we in spirit and in live up to that command to love LIletter all our heart and our neigh bor as ourselves It is a pathetic arid t touching story which has been given tousof the death of Sarah and of the purchase by Abra w ham of Ephron of a burying place forher I f and his family The record tells us that The field of Ephron which was in Machpelah which was before Mamre the field and the cave which was there I in and all the trees that were in the field that were in all the borders round about were made sure unto Abraham for a possession in the presence of the children of Heth before all that went in at the gate of the ciyand after that Abraham buried Sarah his wife Yearsaf terwarcfej Abraham died in a good old age an old man and full of years and was gathered to his people and his sons Isaac and Ishmael buried him by the side of Sarah his wife There they buried Isaac and Rebecca his wif There was buried Leah the wife of Jacob To the same spot came Joseph with the elders of his house and all the elders of Egypt to bury Jacob in fulfillment of an oath required of him Lo I die in my grave which I have digged for me in the land of Cannaan there shalt thou bury me The pomp and glory and power which came to Joseph in Egypt did not cause him to forget the land in which his pfathers had been strangers and so journersWhen he came to die he took an oath of the children of Israel saying Godwin surly visit you and ye shall carry up my bones from hence Moses took the bones of Joseph with him when he lead the people out from bondage on the pilgrimage journey to the promised land In all their wander ing his body was carried with them in all their battles it was protected and years afterwards when Moses was dead and Joshua his successor was dead hrs bones wliich were brought up out of Egypt were buried in Shechem in a parcel of ground which Jacob his fathI er bought of Hamor J We hold sacred the oilin which sleep fl thpse whom we love and who have loved us in the years gone by andfsuch an occasion as this can not fail to arouse the tenderest emotions in our hearts as well as the highest and best sentiments- It draws iis together with the bonds jot a common sympatEyf no one lives who has not known and felt the power of human love and very few Who have not experienced the sorrow of separa r tion which11aathiprings There is no flock however watched r and tended But one dead lamb is there There is no fireside howsoeer defended JBut has one vacant chair and it can almost as truly be said f t L- J t t7 r there iso grave it matters not in what lonely spot it may be but holds the remains of one who at some time was the object of anothers love It may have been the babe whose existence here was but for a moment but even for that moment the Divine spark was Kindled in the human heart Its life so brief had its mission It came as a messenger of love It went back to God freighted with the holiest earth ly loyrthe love of a mother for herIchild It has been said by some Love one human being with warmth and purity and thou shalt love the whole worldtWere each one in our Commonwealth today to go in loving remembrance andc placea flower on the grave of someone whomhe has loved and who loved him surely the impulse of such an act would make us better men and better women We would realize as we hadJ not before the true brotherhood of man It has grown into a custom and one worthy of commendation to annually decorate the graves of our soldiers who went at the call of country to fight its battles We honor their memories in so doing and it is fitting that we should thus hold them in remembrance But we should not forget that it is not on sanguinary battle fields only that deeds of heroism and devotion to duty are performed Peace hath its vicj tories no less renowned than war which are as deserving of commemera tion It is in the ordinary every day affairs of life that the work is done which brings about the great results of history In some humble home it may be the boy istraIned who in after years becomes themanofaction whosedeeds are the gloryof his country and the Tich heritage of the ages which follow The influence of a fathers training and a mothers watchful tender care in the development of his charac terare never known in their real sigI nificance but it was by their influence and under the inspiration of their lives that he became what he was He is remembered but they are forgotten and so the little things little as the world views them lead to the great results which attract the thought and winI the admiration of mankindIEvery life rightly lived no matter how hdiuleit may have been has leftI its result behind and receives its just reward at the hand of Him who sees and measures all things as they are The fragrance of the flowers placed on these graves is in the air about us and theirJbeauty is beyond any thing that the brush of a painter can place upon canvas but what is the frag rance of flowers or their beauty in comparison with the sweet and loving influence of theilives of many who sleep in this city of our dead Though gone from us they are not wholly gone They1 are still with us in the holy influence of their lives Their memories are ours most precious cherished in the ijiost sacred chamber of tHe heart Let us spread fi s1i flowers on their graves as memorials of our love Let us keep green the sod under which they sleep Remembering andemulatingthe vir tues which made them beautiful while with us here let us keep before us and strive for high ideals that when we go hence we may carry with us the respect and love of our fellowmen and thaton the other shore where the flow ers fade not and parting is unknown we may receive the happy greeting of the loved ones who await us there The Rev James D Burton of Purdy informs us that decoration services at Bear Wallow Saturday waslargely at tended In the forenoon an able ser mon was delivered by Rev Joe Turner The Rev C Dixon also deliveredan address appropriate to the An abundance of dinner occasionI ground In the afternoon speeches were made one by Plato Wade that demonstrated the fact that he is an orator with no mean ability The other by Paul Smythe of Columbia who handled his subject in a manner that pleased his hearers Good order prevailed throughout the day not a single disturbance being reported A meeting of the Cemetery Improve ment Association is called for Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock at the courthouse All members are urgent ly requested to be present as we have important business on hand that must be attended to Annual membership fees are now due and shQuld be prompt ly paid At the meeting on last Wed nesday this fee was raised from 50 to 100 Elsewhere in this issue will be found the Treasurers annual statement Georgia R Shelton Pres v Dr 0 S Dunbar met with bad luck alfew days ago He was the owner of a very fine yearling colt arid had started with him to a pasture While en route the colt became unruly rated up anti fell backward breaking his neck GONE TO HER REWARD Mrs Sallie A Patterson the Oldest Resident of Jamestown i y passes Over the River J FUNERAL SERVICES LARGELY ATTENDED No person has died in recent years hat brought more sorrow to the people of Russell county than that of Aunt Sallie Patteson whose life work ended last Saturday night in Jamestown She was born and reared in Russell county and for many years she was connected with the Patterson Hotel and when in health presided at the table at every meal Her business afforded an appor tunity to become acquainted not only in her own county but thro out this section of Kentucky l She was a woman of convictions and unlawful acts met her disapproval in no uncertain tones She was a good fi nancier her prudent management leaving a very good estate The deceased wasjgi devoted member- of the MethodistChurch and had been many years She was a regular attended upon services and gave liberallj for the support of the Gospel Her ex actage is notknown to the writer but she was perhaps eightytwo or eighty three years old ad until recently she had been activein assisting about the affairs of the hotel Her place will be hard to fill and the name of Aunt Sallie Pattersonjwill never be forgotten by the people of Jamestown and of Russell county The fureral services were held Mon day many relatives and friends being present The interment was in the city cemetery Peace to her memory sympathy for the surviving children and grandchild ren A more hospitable people than those who reside in the neighborhoodof Tabernacle Church do not live in Adair pounty Saturday was decoration day and about four hundredpersons gathered There were the aged many hand some young girls and beautiful children and gallant young men present Ora tions were made by Hon Frank NeatI Waller Sinclair ard Hon M Rey Yar berry The dinner couldnot have been suspassed and as many more people could have been bountifully fed JSB The Misses LoweEniertain Thursday eveningSfrom 8 to 1130 theI Lowe home was opened in honor of their guests Misses Anderson and Quarles of Gainesboro Term to a number of the younger set who spent a most enjoyable evening Those having received invitations could not be baffled by the rain which began to fall about the appointed hour By half past eight all the guest had arrived and the house was all merri ment and laughter The house was beautifully decorated in red and white and the favors tied with colors were appropriate and unique The evening was spent with games music and readings One of the most enjoyable features was a musi cal contest in which Miss Mary Miller was the winner Delightful refresh ments were served which were carried out in the colors The Misses Lowe acted as hostess in their charming and graceful manner Those present were Misses Qaurles Anderson Miller Todd Triplett Coy Stapp Pelley Rosenfield Mary Trip lett Follis Kratzer Fannie Kratzer usan Miller and Julia Miller Sunday night of last week Mr James Meader of Campbellsville and Miss Cleo Bell of Mercer county who has been teaching in the elocution depart ment of the Russell Creek Baptist Academy surprised their friends by getting married While services were in progress at the Baptist Church Campbellsville the couple made their way to the residence of Eld William Stanley and were happily united in mar riage Every body in Campbellsville was surprised The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs W I Meader and is wellknown here May the couple livE- long peace and happiness reigning The Fourth District Convention which cbnyened at Pleasant Hill church on Friday night May 28 was one of the best in many Respects we have ever had In the District The preachers present were as follows R KT Hop kin Sta Sunday School EV rig 1ist Prof HJJ Calhoon of Lexington Ky Mr Hudspath Hbpkinsville Ky J Q Montgomery W G Montgomery F j Barger I C Winfrey R M Gab bert and Z T Williams There were fifteen churches reported out 6f 27 in the District Twelve of the number xC i Tc t reported have preaching once per month arid one two Sundays per mdnth Twelve of them have Sunday Schools There were 313 additions to the churches reported during the past year The next Convention will be held with the Irish Bottom church in May 1910 An excutive committee of three was 1 appointed to direct the Evangalistic workof the District consisting of F s Barger Z T Williams and Rayr Conover Any churches needingassist ance in securing a preacher in holding their meetings will write to the com mitte and there will be an effort made at once to assist in the work There was about 3000 raised at the meeting for the Bible Chair at Lexington Interesting services were held Sunday a magnificent dinner on the ground Wl Removes to Greensburgi Rev W H C Sandidge one of our most beloved ministers who has spent many years of his life in the moral and religious uplift of the people of Adair county in particular and Southern Ken tucky in general has decided to remove to Greensburg where he will pastor the Greensburg Ebeneezer and Temper ance Churches While we hate to part from such a noble man yet his work in his new field will doubtless be to hisI good and the goodothat section that has so many worthy people and who know Bro Sandidge as we know him He was born and reared in Green county but has been a citizen of Adair for twentynine years so he is only re turning to his old home his kindred andfriends The News joins his many other friends in wishing him a happyI pleasant and profitable pastorate of theI three Churches under his charge and will always be glad to give him a hearty welcome on his visits here l Cane Valley Defeats Columbia The Cane Valley ball team defeated the strong Columbia nine here Saturday afternoon after an exciting game marked by a number of brilliant plays Moore for the home team pitched in good form and was given excellent support which Allowed the visitors but 4 hits Young fqr the visitors had one bad inning This coupled with costly errors by his team mates netted the home team 4 runsa load which the visitors could not overcome LineuptCV Red Soxi 1BH R PO E rurrell If v 4 iV0 001B Moore p i 4 101 0 J Callison A Q 08 0 L Smith 3b t4t 1rf11 0 W Callison ss 4 2 2 1 1 Edrington 2b 4 2 2 1 0 Moore cf 4 2 1 1 0 E Smith rf t 41 1 1 0 rrorrislb V 3 2 0 13 0 35117272C- olumbia AB H RPOE Winfrey2bS 410 2 0 Frazier lf 401 0 0 T Judd ss 4 1 Ol 2 Holladay 3b 40 012R Judd cf and p r 4 01 10 Hindmanlb 4 6 0 16 2 Rosenfield 4 1020Cravens rf 4 1 110Young p and cf 40000364 324E Innings 123459789 CVRedSox 00004102 7 Columbia 001110000 3 Hit by pitched ball Moore 1 Young 0 Judd 0 Base on balls Moore 2 Young 0 Judd 0 Struck out by Moore 7 Young 1 Judd 1 Prof H L Calhoun of the Bible Col lege Lexington Ky preached a very fine and helpful sermon at the Christian Church last Sunday night on the sub ject of What is Christ to you after which R M Hopkins presented our Kentucky Centenial Aims and 2345 for the endowment of the Bible School Chair in the Bible College at Lexington Ky Successful Operation Mrs Jo Barger who live at Esto Russell county underwent a very deli cate operation at the home of her son inlaw Mr M 0 Stevenson this coun ty last Thursday The operation was performed by Drs Waggener Russell and Rindman and we understand it was very skillfully and successfully done The patieVit is now in the hands of a trained nurse every indication pointing rgerhadkyears Sylvester Parker who lives in the Holmes neighborhood met with a fear ful accident a few days He was balancelland illltakeAtt ntioriiis called to the card of Dr ME Jonesxinthisvissue of the paper G 4e L t 1CI Masonic Banquet Monticello Chapter Royal Arch Masons entertained with banquet Monday evening of last week Mr Sam Lewis who is a member of Columbia Chapter No 7 was present and he reports that t was a most enjoyable occasion The repast was delightful served in elegant tyle There were many ladies present the intef est they manifested very much impressed Mr Lewis and he is loud in his praises of the talks made by Mrs Cress Mrs Steel and Mrs Sophia Stone Mra Stone is a widow the husdands of the other two ladies are Royal Arch Mason members of Monti cello Chapter Mrs Stones husband a zealous Mason From them the gatheredan idea of the principles the Fraternity and told their stories n a most entertaining manner Speeches were also made by a number of Companions and when the breaking up hour arrived all felt that it was good to have been together Mr J M Traylor of Breeding was here last Friday and reported that a waterspout visited his locality last week doing a great deal of damage All the streams were higher than ever before known and lands were fearfully washed Farmers who had planted their corn crops lost them almost entirely A great deal of fencing was carried away by the high tides leaving several farms unprotected t Total Eclipse According to the almanac a total eclipse of the sun is due on June 17 The eclipse will begin about 6 a m and will be so complete that the entire darkness will prevail and the chickens will go to roost The seventeenth is also the date for the new moon and it will travel right along with the sun nearly all day appearing as a bright little ring LbGetting Along Niceiyf Hon Geo NeIfof this place who submitted to a delicate operation at the Norton Infirmary Louisville two weeks ago is improving rapidly Mr J 0 Russell who was in the city last week called to see him finding him cheerful and in high hopes of being able to return home in two or three weeks Garneriamuel Tuesday of last week Mr John C Garner was married toMiss Mattie Samuel a daughter of Mr and Mrs Z M Samuel Glenville The groom lives a few miles from Columbia and some months ago he was discharged from the regular army having servedjjout his time Quite a number of friends wit nessed the ceremony A baseball team to be known as The Columbia Club has been organized here Mr R H Durham is the manager and Dr FL Y Hindman Captian A game will be arranged to play Greensburg at an early day The club is made up of old players who injdays gone by could knock a bailout of sight and catch with out a glove A gentleman of this place who was in Louisville last week met Mr W D King in the city and learned from him that he would start for Seattle Wash ington at an early date where he ex pected to remain several months MrS King is interested in a future land drawing in that State and it is his in tention to be on the ground ready to drive his stake Mr Paul Azbill is Vice President and general manager of TheJHavana Tele graph a daily paper published at Ha vahah Cuba We have had the pleas 1ure of looking over a copy of the Sun day edition finding it full of interest ing matter Judgingjf rom the amount of advertising it carries it isa paying enterprise We desire to xtend bur thanks and appreciation to thefmanyiwho kindly administered aid andSsympathy during the sickness and death All that could be done ofmYhuSbandj neighbors was cheer I and my sons and daughters most deep ly appreciate The manifestations of love and true neighborlykindness have not yet perished Sincerely Mrs Sarah L Collins Mrs Butler entertained in honor of the teachers in the L W T School Monday evening at a 6 coursje dinner Thoseinvited were Misses Elliott Nell Shannan and Thomas Misses Rosen field Atkins Myers Jones Walker At830the gentleman made their ap Ipearance and a delightful evening fol lowed for both guests and ho tess Too much rain for thegrowlng wheat crop but it has not been seriotisly dam aged The indication at this time point toa largeiel1 i jj f i j f H IS Treasurers Report Report of collections and disbursements mads by the Treasurer of the Cemetery Improvement Association during year of 1908 RECEIPTS Mrs Bettie W Butler 50 Mrs Sallie C Walker VSQ Mrs WiK Azbill 1t251Mrs James Garnett 50 Mrs Georgie R1 Shelton 50q Mrs Anna Strange 5Ok Mrs Sallie Bradshaw 5h Mrs Mont Cravens 50 Mrs Ellen Wheat 5f Mrs W A Coffey v 25 Mrs Junius Hancock 50 Mrs J 0 Russell 5Q Mrs Jo Coffey Sr 25 Mrs MaryT Harvey 50 Mrs J N Page 75 Mrs R F Paull 25 Mrs J W Coy 50 Mrs Ida Hutcherson 50 Mrs Bettie Wolford 1 00 Mrs J P Scruggs 1 00 Mrs Bessie Kelsey 1 00 Hr Jas Garnett 50 Mr Sam Lewis 5Q Mr W R Lyon 50 Mr R J Lyon I 50 Rev Z T Williams 50 Gov J R Hindman 100 Mr W C Read 500 Miss O M Reed li 5Q Miss Sallie Damron 5O Miss MinnieTripplett 1 50 Miss Sallie Baker 50 Miss Kate Russell v 50 Miss Julia Eubanks 50 DONATIONS BY Miss 0 MReed 250 Mrs Georgie R Shelton 5 00 Mr Jas Garnett 2 50 pI 32 75 Paid out on ordersfromthe Pres i1and Supt for workjfdbrie on t iv jthe Cemetery July 18 c 7V 740 August 1 7 10 Sept 18 v v 10 50 t Sec for stamps 30 t 25 8b I Amount collected = l7Pc t Amount paid out 125 30 LJI Balance on hands ZZZZIZI 45 1909 dues should be paid at once to Miss Sallie Baker Secetary so the work can be continued Remember the dues of members are 50 cents per year and of honorary members liOOv per year Commissioners Sate iIl ADAIR CIRCUITTOURT t OFKENUCKYI Stella Darneirc Plaintiff l I f ZZZ Robert T Caskey Defendant f By virtue of a Judgment and Order pf Sale of theAdair Circuit Court rendered at the MayfiTerm thereof 1909 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale atlor near the dwelling on the 80 acre tract of landfdescribed be low to the highest lbidder at Public Auction on Friday the 25 day of June 1909 at 1 oclock p m upon a credit of six months the following described property towit Two tracts of landjjlying in Adair county on thejwaters of Casey Creek First tract contains 80J acres Second tract containsj 34 acres These two tracts will be offered for sale ly and then together and bid or bidsfwill be accepted which produces the largest sum ofZmoney For thejpurchase price the purchasIer with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest fromthe day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Herschel T Baker MCACC How to Collect Your Accounts We collect notes accounts and claims anywhere in the United States and make no charges unless we collect Write to us- MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY J j253m Somerset Kyv Mr Rollin Johnson who lives a few miles south ofhere was in Columbia a few days ago and exhibited a woodf1sparrow perf ectlyjwhite Mr Johnson 11 noticed it in a flock ofl sparrows on his place and he managed to catch it All the other birds were brownIMay wasa dull month with the County Court Clerk Marriage license issued to only seven couples as follows Harrison Crawhorn to RhodiQ Wilson W B Morgan to Venia Coffey C C k Gentry to Elizabeth Bryant Ed Keith j to Lizzie Keltrier3Jdhn C Garner Wo Mattie M Samuellf A Miss Lester a daughter of Mr J M Lester Kendall had fine luck fish ing with a hook and line in the Cum berland a few days ago She caught sixty very nice ones in a few hours A great deal of concreting will Of donehere this Summer v Es 1 t h b T1 t Ikt 1ri r t fiF 2 c I f THE ADAm COUNTY NEWS f w h I P CHILDS HOME TRAIN ING WHAT IT SIIOULD BE 4 li BY MATTHEW TAYLOR CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK I The home environments should be that of decency and order T with an increasing tendency to 1 beautify it while its associations i should be Suchas admire its decency and order and at all times ready to give their approval and encouragement for it occures to my mind that nature alone makes only that part of our character which tends to bring together birds of afeather for as the old I philosopher said the temper the sentiments and in general the whole conduct arid charac ter of men are influenced by the example and dispositions of the T persons with whom they asso ciate and this has long since passed into a proverb and brings to mind the fact that our sur foundings should be that of an unselfish brotherhood where the rich and the poor associate to gether where the strong bear the infirmities of the weak and i each in honor prefers the other 1as after the day of Pentecost for r Jinmy opinion if there is ever 1 another Pentecost it will have to jr commence in the homes of the 1people However I wish to say in regard to nature that while I think it only tends to bring i c about a brotherly feeling to the extent people are united on any subject I think it may be used to demonstrate the necessity of perseverance in any good cause as before mentioned and also to II bring about a reverance for the divinity and instill in the mind a r disposition to submit to His will For instance let us take the child in the second state of infancy when it has become morally and religiously responsible for its con duct in this life and call its at Ittention to the fact that there is a divine beingwho created this world and not only the world we live in but he also created the sun that rules the day and i the moon and stars that shine by v night He likewise created the beasts of the field and the birds j v of the air and every living thing L7on the land or in the sea He ji gave the honeybee knowledge how to gether wax from blos rj oms and to suck out honey and i f to build cells like houses and ar- rangef them in the form of a cityt with streets through which they g may come and go that gave p4 them ability to smell from afar t kje flowers from which they Ipgather wax for their houses and honey for their food They fly gfoack in the right direction to their home and so provide forki Winter a s if they foresaw it They also place over themselves from whom a posterity propegated and build tgueen a palace and keep it IK Vhen the time for propagation ijf t pmes fourth she goes accompa = ied by attendants called drones ffomcell to cell and layaher iggs which her attendants covers over with a kind of ointment 1tiatthey may not be injured by air Hence arises a rare Afterwards when thisneWj reached the proper age an v fbI to do likewise it is expelled I1 1 from fche hive the swarm first h gathers itself into a band that it fmaitot be divided and disbursed S and ffi s abroad to seek for itself sf y ne habitation During au ISt 4J i femrfthos6 drones because they iave brought in no wax norhonr 4 je c i j Er f 7 f ri p it h f ey are led fourth and deprived of their wings that they may not return and consume the food which they took no pains to pro vide Last but not least he created man in his own image and gave him a soul or mindby which he is enabled to enjoy this world aid to prepare here for just such a lifejn the spiritual world as he wishes to live throughout eterni ty That in order to secure to every person this glorious privi lege he sent his divinely begot ton son into the world to set an example for all and suffer and die so as to atone for unperfec tions we can not avoid Now it seems to me this is sufficient to confirm any intelligent person in favor of the divine And it fur ther appears that any young per spn with this information aided by regular attendance at Sun day School may be brought up in the way they should go and will not depart from it Now let us suppose that the ministers of all denominations fifty years ago had gone to the parents of their different churches and said do you know that you are now a teacher and re sponciblej to your children t o your country and your God for their moral and religious training Do you know that the children under your care are possessed of a worldly and spir itual existance Do you know that there are two states of in fancy through which all children pass one from birth to the years of accountability and one from that time till they become men and women Do you know that the soul is an angle and that an angle is no more than an ur bodied mind and the mind will seek just such surroundings in the spiritual world as it enjoys most in this world and that the foundation must be laid in the first state of infancy on which the moral and religious charac ter must be created during the second state Do you know that in order to build up such charac ters as your moral and religious duties demand requires proper example with patience and per youIIman in Heaven is the greatest man and that is Jesus the Christ himself and the reason why he is the happiest is because he has done more for the human race than all others combined themIf andIur power taught and enforced these prin ciples our moral and religious condition would be very differ ent from what it is today but instead of urging upon their members the importance of knowing and doing their duty by rais Ping their children in the nur ture and admonition of the Lord they took it for granted they were doing so I suppose when in fact they were bringing them up in the nurture of prejudice against all other denominations And their preachers would con sole their minds by having an apparant vail over the face of the prejudices thus ingendered by taking them as it Were to the Isle of Patmos and there descanting largely on revelations which they were unable to understand much less tpenjoy In conclusion 1 suggest to our- J r r 4 preachers th a t we nave been dwelling in the land of Nod relative to this subject long enough and that they ought to fall on some plan to arouse their members from their lethergy and bring about a more universal de sire on the part of parents to bring up their children in the way they should go Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovely in face form and temper are the envy of many who might be like them A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons slow in pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion For all such Electric Bitters work won ders They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion Many charming women owe their health and beauty to them 50c at Paull Drug Co Short Stops It is aggravating to notice how cheerfully people accept your apology for having made a fool of yourself Possibly some women select the kind of hristmas necties they do to see if their husbands really love them j I dont know but I would rather hear a man brag about his smart children than about how many great men he knows A man will boast about his ability in any line except ly ingSome folks think being patient with you consists of waiting for a good chance to get even 9 Of course we want everybody to go to Heaven but at the same time we hope there will be a few outoftheway corners where we may waylay people who persist I in telling thingswe want to for getAnalyzing it closely I have concluded that mbst of us fiddle more than we dance Reformed spelling seems to have gone the way of all other reformsit was a hot favorite for two weeks- I often wonder what the peo pIe who made fireworks and the people who make gimcrack toys that break in two hours think of the people who buy them Dont stand up for your rights get hold of them and sit on them In the family it may be called a Sensitive Child but outside it is referred to as a Spoiled Kid Qf course you dont care what others think of you but you do care a heap what they say of you Somehow or other you always feel sorry for the baby that is taught to call its parents father 7and mother In giving gloves to a woman or slippers to a man the only safe rule to follow is to get them three sizes too small Eli Timmons son has lost his job again because he neglected his duties He is always neg lecting his duties to telephone to a young woman who thinks she is his guiding star Eli Timms talked all last spring about buying auto and now he is talking all the time about why he wants to sellit When a man tells you that he has Bohemian tastes it is the act ofa friend to send him recipes for removing garlic ronthe breath Amos Tonkinson received ten Christmas cards bearing helpful uplifting mottoes last aratlcl they might as well have been advertisements for town lots in Greenland Ldii it c i i i 1 l y it i 1 f The Fly Pest One of the most active crusad ers against thehorsefly which some persons contend should be called the typhoid fly is the Merchants Association of New York It has hired experts and conductedexperiments and de voted large sums of money to the tast of convicting the fly of being an agent of disease We reproduce a set of rules issued belliev every American household Here they are read mark leam and inwardly digest them post them where they will be seen Keep the flies away from the sick especially those ill with con tagious disease Kill every fly that strays into the sick room His bodyis covered with disease DIoP allow decaying mater alof ahy sort to accumulate on or near your premises All refuse which tends to anyway to fermentation such as bedding straw papar waste and vegetable matter should be disposed of or covered with lime or kerosene oil- Screen all foodt Keep all receptacles for gar bage carefully covered and the cans cleaned or sprinkledwith oil or lime Keep all stable manure in vault or pit screened or sprinkled with lime oil or other cheap pre paration See that your sewerage sys tern is in good order that it does not leak is up to date and not exposed to flies Pour kerosene into the drains Cover food after a meal burn or bury all table refuse I Screen all food exposed for sale Screen all windows and doors especially the kitchen and ingroom dinI Burn Pyrethrum powder in the house to kill the flies Dont forget if you see their breeding place is in n filth It may be behind the earbyII under the table or in the dor If there is no dirt and filth there will ne no flies If there is a nuisance in the rieignborhood write at once to the health department There are theorists who believe that everything in nature has a purpose So far it has not been ascertained that the purpose of the fly is beneflcient Until it is shown that the extermination of the fly might deprive the world of benefits there is no good rea son who he should not be des troyed Fly time for 1909 is now at hand Prepare for the fly a reception that will make him sorry he came Better still pre vent his existence Get busy and make the fly come clean Kill him wherever you see him Should he light on the babys head get a hammer j let The Sunshine In Sunlight is natures disinfec tant It is claimed by bacteriolo gists that direct sunlight will kill the growing tuberculosis germ in ten minutes It has frequently been demonstrated that cattle are not liable to succumb to tuberculosis when kept in light and ellY ntiIat djqarters Jfyrther more light shows the dirt and makes it easier to keep the barn S4jJw14 irct 7SCt1 sj5S mlI 1 JJ1 t Ia ian A dark table is almost always dirty or dusty A barn in to which the sun shines freely not only furnishes a healthy place inS which to keep cows but is a cheerful place in which to work Windows will return more than they cost each year in the improved health and increased pro duction of the animals to say nothing of the improved health and cheerfulness of the workers Refused Pardon Emotional insanity and the un written laws were disapproved Saturday when Governor Willson refused to grant a pardon to Otis Gragg convicted manslaught er in Pulaski county and sent to the penitentiary for three years for the killing of Minerva Bow manhis wifes mother The plea in the case and the reason for asking for a pardon was that Gragg was not in his right mind at the time he fired the shot He had discovered that his wife was unfaithful and shot her in the presence of her mother Mrs Bowman rushed forward to try to save her daughter and the second shot from Graggs revol ver which was aimed at the killIinged that he was not in his right mind at the time of the shooting Regarding this plea and in refus ing the pardon Governor Willson saysI take no stock in this emo tional insanity He practically condoned his wifes sins and came back to her twice or more and finally drew a pistol which he carried habitually and shot his wife and accidentally shot her mother The Governor says the verdict of the jury was mer ciful and he sees no reason for interfering Somerset Journal Feeding the Dairy Calf IAt two weeks of age the calf begin to nibble at hay and good clover or alfalfa hay should be kept before it giving a new wisp every day About the same time it will also begin tQ nibble at oats or bran and a box of either should be placed where it is easily accessible It is well to encourage the eating of grain and hay as much as possible as the calf does not begin to ruminate until it has solid food in its stomach Cornmeal or timothy hay should not be fed as both are fattening feeds and heifer calves designed for the dairy must not be allowed to become fat and beefy Donts For Churchmen Dont try to give this world a holy tone by drowning its walls with hymn tunes Dont overlook the fact that the value of a gift is measured by its real cost to the giver Dont forget that While you may sowyour wild oats where none are looking you can never reap them under those condi tions Dont fail to observe that when we think a punishment is remit ted it is often only ripening A Dont fail to learn that it takes more then Sunday dreams of heayen to make a heavenly week Worth of Imitation Senatdr Combs of Lexington who has been frequently menJ toil dasa candidate for Gover byLc 4 P vr frr c 1 1 t FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to announce that isaCourc Judge in this the 29th district subject to the action of the Republican party T GeoMdate for Circuit Judge in this the 29th theRepublican FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY We are authcrized to annouce A A Huddleston of Cumberland county a officeofthis the 29th district subject to the ac tion of the Republican party SVanzantdate for Commonwealths Attorney in the 29th district subject to the action of the Republican party stating that under no circum stances will he be a candidate Sen Combs action is at least worty of imitation There are a number of names mentioned in connection with the office of Gov toItion They simply clog the ma chine and confuse the voters We want a candidate for Gover nor this time we can win with one that the party can enthuse over and there is no use cumber ing the lists with selling platers who when the real race begins TheIthis connection would be for the Democrats to pick up the best man for the place andnominate him whether he wanted it or not instead of choosing some self seeking politician who wants the nomination for the advancementI of his own ambitions ETown News Stick to the Farm That the allurements of the city are more or less moonshine is too often realized by many a noble young man who has quit rural pursuits where he was prosperous and happy to flee to he knew not what in bustling busy city life too often to be come steeped in vice and is forced to endure greater hardships than he eer conjectured in his inno cent country life The country after all is the best place on earth to reside and our advice to young men today is as it has ever been stick to the farm An exchange with true philosphy says tOne of the most pathetic sights to be seen in New York City is some four hundred com paratively young men standing in line file waiting for the free distribution of onefourth ofra loaf of bread each this bunch having stood there for hours the same being unable to get em ployment to earn a living If the boys in the country knew how the thousands of poor people in the city longed for a little land in the country on which to live and get the fresh air then they would hesitate before leav ing the good old country farm for the crowded tenant houses of the city The cities are overrun eTji opportunity to make money there opens only to the man who has money and thousands of them go broke The safest place is6n theIcounty knew how onehalf the town people lived they would buckle dowh to work and save money in the country II the farming class would tick to their work six days each week the year around as the laborer in the city must do or lose wages and be docked for every Hour late the young country youths arid farmers would be more sue cessful LEi t t j 1t X4 tfItf tf 1I 1 I1H i tt 1 rtl tIf it SI 4 tj L 1 I J l J I i t4 Jh I f1 t i i f f f r f J HE ABATE COUNTY NEWS r 3 Iv J I Im 7J7f t 7J i7Kr7f7I 7i17I 7it lZ K 7 2 t HUBBUCH BROS IJ iE 5 24 526 528 WEST MARKET STREET E 1 V i LOUISVILLES V JcI f CARPET AND RUG STORE 1 v t z Ir 1 IjOffers rvH7i IE The public asel ction so broad and Varied that every taste E j and every purse can be thQroughly satisfied Our buying B power IS effectively demonstrated by the fact that manu ifacturers in need of fun ls appeal at all times first to the E biggest and most prommentstoreWE get the best and I choicest always 7k 1 1J ISi 7i vKv Visitors Always Welcome Correspondence Solicited Q A I1 V v V JVSti 1 1 t VVWW 1 WsJ W M IL W m f I9O9 1909I THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY II 1 READ FREE 1909 Edition Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months o a Year 1 EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SJJOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALlATLAS The Latest Kentucky MapUp Tb 909FulL land Com letl Engraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of3ioo Printed ii colors on heavy map paper It six pages 28x86 inches The Chart alone is worth 150 The Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of thehi very rare one the only picture of its kind in existence There are nine other maps of great value among them a map of the United States the plilippines Hawaii Porto Rico and the Panama Canal Zone also map of the World The Atlas shows portraits of all the Presidents the Ruler ofall Nations with Coats of Arms and Flags A isrfven over to Historical Kentucky from formation of State to the year 1009 A Historical and Political Directory of Kentucky giving Residential Vote State Officials Area and U S Senators Chief Justices Speakers of Ken tucky House Congressional Judicial and Railroad Commissioners Districts Dem II rFROM IIsaac Shelby I SPECIAL PRICEON m4t iwtttttg past Kentucky Governors and Republican State Central Commit tees and State Executive Committees Senatonal Districts Counties of Kentucky when made and from what Counties Area and Population Statistics of the Panama Canal Great Lakes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philip pintS Area and Population of States and Countries The Original States and those admitted The Evening Post Kentucky Governor Wall Chart be given to those who subscribe for the Evening Post for One Year at 800 or for Six Months at 200 by Mail This price only for those who cannot get The Evening Post delivered by Carrier or Agent Send for Sample Copy and full description of gettheTHE EVENING POST Louisville Ky THE WALL ATLAS THE EVENING PdST J Resolutions Adopted Be it Resolved By the Superintendent teachers and friends of education at the Educational Conference and Convocation of County and City Superintendents of Western Kentucky Normal School district that We hail with delight the great educational awakening in Kentucky We pledge ourselves to the work of still further arousing the people to a proper senseAof neg l t opportunities and leading them in a hearty united and de termined effort to make Kentuc ky all that she should be educa L tionally spiritually and intellect ually That we demand for Ken r tucky children opportunities equal to those of any other to r the galaxy of American Com jmonwealths Realizing t ha t ducatin which does not develop the Power of heart head and hand falls short of the ideal we stand for a school curriculum that will give to Kentucky boys and girls rich deveiOpmentin right living and broad intellectuality together with skill in the mechanical ag ricultural and domestic arts I ri We Heartily approve the edu cational acts of our last Legisla I fJ ture as along step hi the right direction and weIedge ourselves I to support and defend the uncia mental principles of those acts j Knowing that all lasting val ue comes to men and communi UIties through individual and local arid thtthe thipgs most I appreeiathdare those won by in I dividual aii4 local effort and sacrifice wa heartily approve en dorse and recommend a system 2 ftSC t r r 1Ii it YOUR AND GETr 110 I I Augustus E Willson I WITH ThIS PAPER1 of county taxation for public schools COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS j We see in the establishment of county high schools in every county in the State thefinal overI throw of ignorance and the real beginning of the reign of univer sal education that will give Ken tucky an ideal democracy We stand for an education that will prepare every boy and girl to do most for self as well as most for humanity arid to this end we shall strive to have all children so taught that they may develop conserve and use to the best advantage the wonderful natural resources of our great State We realize the wisdom of our lasttwo Legislatures in creating and liberally maintaining two Normal Schools We know that without teachers liberally educa ted and skillfully trained our schools can at lest be only a partial success i We desire to gooD record in an especial manner in the ex pression of our approval and appreciation of the work done in the Western Kentucky State Normal in the Western Kentuc ky State Normal School We have already felt a wonderful awakening in Western Kentucky as the result oif work done in the State Normal Schools WAN AN APPROPRIATION MAs true friends of education we pledge our influence to the fullest extent to secure for the tWQ npr n l schools of Kentucky and our State university liberal treatment inija financial way at the hands of our next Legisla tU1 digv ofIL y 7 E3 L 1o1cIiiiclc1yaici so thoroughly great and lasting wealth as that spent in train ing noble m nand women to be leaders in tHe educational pro fessional and industrial life of our people VWe desire to express to our wdrty St Superintendent and matchless leader JG Crab e- our heartfelt appreciation of the faithful and Valuable work he is doing for Kentucky children and to assure him that we shall ever be found rallying to his support in the splendid efforts he is making for the glorious cause of 6d ucation in Kentucky We recognize in the press of our State one of our most potent agencies in the futherance of the cause of popular education and we tender our sincere thanks to the editors and publishers of papers for their valuable coopera tion in this work MEMORIAL TO DR ROARK Whereas in the providence of God the Eastern Normal School has been deprived of its honored president the educators of the State of one of their no blest andbest teachers and all the people of the State of one of the grandest noblest and most wholesouled of her citizens Therefore be it Resolved That we extend our sincere sympathy to the family of Dr R N Roark to those can nected with the Normal School at Richmond and t6 all the peo pie of the State We feel that to have known him and to have felt his influence for twenty years has made us better men arid women We al iSO feel that the inspiration of his life will help us to fight more efficiently the educational battles that are to come to Kentucky Signed by the Committee t Could Not Be Better No one has ever made a salve ointment Jotion or balm to compare with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands its supreme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at Paull Drug Co Kentucky Fair Dates Stanford July 213 days Henderson July 25 days Georgetown July 275 days Lancaster July 128 3 d ysY Madisonville Aug 35 days v Winchester Aug 35 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington Aug 9 frdays V Russell Springs Aug 1Qj4 days Taylorsville Aug 1O4days- U iontown Aug 1O5days Harrodsburg Aug 1273 days Columbia Aug 174 days Leitchfield Aug 174 days sLawrenceburg Aug 174 days Providence Aug 17 5 days Barbourvillej Aug IS 3 days Broadhead Aug 183 daysIShepherdsviile A u g days Ewing Aug193 days Shelbyville Aug 245 days London Aug 24days Elizabethtown A u g 243 days v Springfield Aug 254 days Florence Aug 254 days Frankfort Augl 314 days Hardinsburg Aug313 days Nicholasvilie Aug 314 days j Tompkinsville Sept 15 days Fern Creek Sept 1 Q days Bardstown Sept 17C days Hodgenville Sept 73 days Monticello Sept 744 days Carroll Gallatin Owen Trt county Fair Sept S4 days Glasgow Sept 8 4 days Sanders Sept 84 daysl t t Kentucky State Fari Louist yille Sept 136 days 4 i Scottsville Sept 16fS days Bedford Oct dais iikt tP 4t 1 i I l f i I oo o o o o o G Q ooOJOQ o o 00Q 000000000000000000- 0Big Affairs Of the World The Revoluti n In Turkey and the New Figures Wh t Have Come to the Front In That Empire James A Pattens Wheat Corner oao R ooooooooop9oOoooEACTION direction of parliamentary gov ernment has come in Turkey just as predicted by many when the constitutional regime was In augijrated last summer It was said then that the empire of the sultan was not yet ready for the democratic ideas proposed The outbreaks which have put the empire close to the throes of longerthanmanyhave now brought about a condition of anarchy which bodes ill for the progress of constitutional principles in the near future The Young Turk party headed by the committee of union and progress seems to have taken the reins of government and gone at too hotheaded a pace with the result that a reactionary sentiment was created and the downfall of the ministry was brought about The Young Turk party is believed to have made a great mis take when it broke with the experl encecl statesman and proved friend of liberal ideas who was the first pre mier Kiamil Pasha last February Since his resignation and the appointment as his successor of Hilmi Pasha the situation of the committee of union and progress has gone from bad to worse Its embarrassment was aggra vated by the dictatorial course of some PASHA NEW MINISTER OF WAR tEDHEM the intoxication of first enjoy power carried things with too hand With the overthrow of the committee of union and progress and bf the ministry of Hilmi Pasha the elements more favorable to the absolute pretensions of the sultan come into power and Abdul Hamid himself was by tfo means displeased when these leaders fell and their places were given to such men as Tewfik Pasha the new Jrime minister and Edhem Pasha the new minister of war The turn in affairs means also the downfall for the time being at least of Ali Riza Pasha the former minis ter of war and of Ahmed Riza the leader of the Young Turk party and president of the chamber of deputies whp has been a lifelong friend of political refoVm and who suffered exile for many years The new minister ot war Edhem Pash was commander of the Turks in the war with Greece The extraordinary1 climb in the market which wheat has recently taken is attributed in part to the bull opera tions of James A Patton the Chicago gran man who in the first five days of his big wheat mpaIgnls said to hae cleared a neat profit of 5000000 His corner in wheat drove the price of bread in London up a penny a loaf He was able to sell about 0000000 bushels of May wheat at 120 to 126 which cost him but 104 only a few tfAlCES A PATTEN months ago In Chicago the entire force of the big bull leaders was thjiown on the buying side of the market and wheat went up by leaps and bounds until It developed into a veritable buying panic Patten predicts thatthedays oheawheat are over and that loayes of brld wilL hereafter bbIgherIu price or smaller In size Patten denies that fie cbnTrolii the market but JIil alleged wheat Corbet1 1lt incled to the attention ot fhe pent oi justlceat W hihgtb r 2 lf fr k J ff ti t t It The Tariff Bill In the Senate and Nelson W Aldrjclts Attitude to the President The Marriage ftf T Suffern Taller and Miss Brown 00600000000000000001 son W Aldrich is a pretty big toad in the puddle now that the tariff bill is in the senate and in the hands of the finance committee of which he is chairman It has surprised the coun try to learn that President Taft believes Mr Aldrich to be with him in his efforts for a tariff revision down ward and in the interest of the ultimate consumer The reason for Mr Tafts confidence of this Is explained as follows by an observer of the situ allan at Washington The reason for this coming together of the senate leader who neyer agreed with President Roosevelt unless he iad to and then usually on a com promise basis and the new preside t is a long story which may however be summed up brief ly Senator Aid rich is a keen politician who likes to have things coming his way He rarely ever starts a fight but he hits never been known to dodge one When the Taft nomination was hangings- omewhat in the balance early last spring the Rhode island senator was one of the first baud wagon SENATOR ALDRICH senators when the faint gray light of a Taft dawn appearediSenator son married a daughter of John D Rockefeller is said to have declared that a thousand men knew Mr Rockefeller better he did In fact the senator has thanI quoted as saying that except daughters wedding and a casual meet ing on Fifth avenue New York onI Sunday in the early fall he has not seen Mr Rockefeller and did not learn his views about the Taft candidacy throughout the entire campaign last year Senator Aldrich was one of the first to attempt to reach Mr Rock efeller to persuade him not to indorse the candidacy of Mr Taft in a public lettera few days before election day The senator failed in his mission but he drew the gratitude of the president for his attempt Senator Aldrich in harmony with many of the older senate leaders is more than willing to do business on an amicable basis with President Taft incumIbencyground that they now have somebody in the presidents chair with whom they can argue without being scalped before they begin rThe marriage of T Suffern Tailer of New York to Miss Harriet Stewart Erown of Baltimore on April 14 was one of the chief events of Easter week In the leading city of Maryland The brides father Alexander Brown a wealthy banker gave his daughter a- checkfor 1000000 as one of her wed ding presents Mr Tailer who is the head of the banking house of Tailer Co has j ME AND MRS T STJFFEKJT TAILE1L been one of the factors in the growth and success of Tuxedo Park N Y His first wife was a daughter of the late Pierre Lorillard founder of the Park Mr Tailer is3 noted whip an excellent tennis player and has made a fortune on the Street E N Tailer the father of the bridegroom is the compiler of the famous diary Qf events in New York and the volumes thereof take a considerable space in his large library at his house on Washington square New York At the wedding the Vaud rQilts Liv ingstons Beekmans Lehrsr Goulds and lither families of the smart set J Were well represented Mrs ryEoWjik1nS freeman was greeted on a recent visit tdv San Fran otSUIhand Mrs Kate Douglas Wiggin was recently congratulated by letter as the author of11The Shuttle which apper talus by right to Mrs Burn ttlheLondon typesetter who recently turned Mary E Wilktas into Mary M Wil yonidhavetmrnfms ber into Kate Douglas V itl i k p Jt li k ii Vi ff eJ c r iiiIThe Knocker Knocked ii One of the most sensible men in Alabama is the editor of that excellent weekly paper known as the Bridgeport Ala News Read what he has to say concern ing the chronic knocker When the editor of the News t located in Bridgeporthe had iio idea whatever of attempting to publish a paper which would at all compare with theCity papers We intended only to publish a country weekly paper as good as the facilities and enterprises of the town wouldafford and sup port In this we have been suc cessful The editor understands some chronics are dissatisfied with the News and are knocking it stating in substance thatjit taint worth a cent no way It is mighty disloyal to your town f V to knock the home paper or an g other home industry It is migh ty disloyal to your town to not i subscribe for the home paper It t- is mighty disloyal to the paper to not pay for it after you have subscribed and it is downright meanness to knock the paper while still owing one or two years subscription and if these knockers were traced up it would be found that most of them be long to the latter class If you want to knock please call and pay up what you owe and youihave our consent to get your lit tie hatchet and go to work as persistently as you please We believe the News will com pare favorably with other weekly papers of this section and while we would of course like the favorable comment of every citii zen of Bridgeport and vicinity 1 we dont care a continental about the brayings of the knockers We consider the source from which it comes ond others do also Elderly People Helped Free The last years of life are the sweetest and yet the most difficult to pro long tis then that the greatest care is exercised in maintaining bodily health But the chief care should al ways be with regard to the food you eat and whether you are digesting it properly You should not allow your elf to become constipated No doubt you have tried salts and cathartic pills purgative tablets etcandhave come to the conclusion that they are violent in action and do but temporary good Listen then to the voice of ex perience with regard to a wonderful and mild laxative Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep sin It is not new only we are trying to find new friends for it sufI fand found his cure in Dr CaldwellsISyrup Pepsin His wife uses it too with success We could name hundreds oC others Some heard of it first through neighbors or friends others through the flstomach i sample bottle for trial without If you will send your name and chargeihe will send you a trial bottle your home If it proves itself as he l claims then continue the treatment by buying a 50cent or 1 bottle your druggist as all of them cell people like children should look for purity and it is well to mention that the purity of this remedy is vouched for with the U S government Also though a free bottle t t is sent to prove its merits results are always guaranteed from the reguhu S bought of druggists who will reV fund your money if it does not satisfy WtodayIf there Is anything about your ailment that you doaitL 1 tunderstand or if you want any medical advice writes to the doctor and he will i answer you fully There is ITheCaldwell 500 CaldweU bldgy t MontIcello ill t j TetearemoMc LII PattrnsoldintheUiikeJ kaccnatG1II8O cast Queen of Fasliloi j ncefb4crterI tltuuyother Latlie MaguiRe One rg iwbcdpdezi nirnbrs cots 5 lcentr teinuva l t IfcltHbsaiMrlcteMkit Irs 9 NP Jtiq1iuJaaM rl Ct us t frAMcss TxE cuLCONn 1t It t iSi i ithJ i dRS t tc I r t 1tLjii r i F T ITT J l l I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r L III If You Want First Choice of Latest g It Come t ti I have just returned from Cincinnatiwhere lpurche e a largev st ckoF MidSummer Goodsit is now time to wear this weighl and Iam ready to waitupon my customers f AI J Ladies and r Gents J In this line my stock is complete It matters not lwhatyou want I can furnish you and at the very low est prices L llLl ht ni Q1jtll tn111 tlUSII Published Every Wedn BY THE Ajair County NewsCompany INCORPORATED CHAs S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties ri i J J ntered at the Columbia Fostcffico aa second clue mail matter 0 3 2 + 4tWED MAY 19 1909 rft N NTS ti FOR JAILER GJeffriesAdair county subject to the action of the Democratic party iSenator Combs fof Lexington whose name has been frequent ly mentioned in connection with the next Democratic election fo Governor has published a car stating that under no circum stances will he be before the people as as a candidate If the men In Kentuckywho are avails lbleY r and qualified for the position will not be in a too big a hurry to Demopk crats the voters will find a man acceptaIc t electedItUrgent solicitations to make a race is played out The deadlock in the Illinois Legislature in a effort to elect United States Senator was brok den last Wednesday J William Lori k mer Congressman from the pSixth district winning Senator Hopkins did everything in his power to head off the break to Lorimer but his efforts were un aval Ingt1t 0 The statute of=Abraham Lincoln I was unveiled a t Hodgen yille Monday with imposing cere fmonies Robt T Lincoln the nlysurv vingmember of the Lincoln family and many other T y t1fici f E HonrThbmas T Crittenden a J alfQrtnerdied at his home in lawsttro Saturday as the t ltlfjflia o a plexy ST I t jit t 1 I v f i I t1Dmm r Goods on Sale j J Fabrics Early furniShings tI Cloyds Landing tJaIisItobacco and are about done planting corn IWheat looks fine in this sec Lionyv y i Messrs Terns Turner Bedford furrier arid Tlnnie Butler had a fine time the rainy weather fish ingv They had fine success Mr Z M Cloyd started last week to Arkansas Misses Roxie and Ola Berg returned home last week from the Burkesville school Miss Carrie Butler was in Les ley last Saturday visiting her cousin Mrs Pearl Smith Mr Jake Fudge and wife Mr Bedfor Turner mother and Mrs Nancy Turner visited Mr Lewis Turner last Sunday There will be all day meeting in the Salt lick Bend at the grave yard near the church the fifth Sunday Fine preaching rand Dinner on the ground MSam Smitha well known merchant was at A A Butlers a few days ago on business Mrs Sarah Stockton of Arat community died a week or so ago Mr Willie Carys wife a daughter of Mr Eugene Bass of the Arat community was taken to the asylum last week Mr Logue Hollanworth of Bluff landing passed through here a few days ago ailathe fruit Only a few apples and peaches remain It was a great injury to early gardens Some nice fair days to plow and replant co I is hoped for by the farmers at this time Mr Davis Butler of Marrow bone visited at Mr Jimmie But lers last Sunday Miss Rexie and Ola Perry were the guests of their sister Mrs Maud Cloyd last Sunday Tarter The wheat crops in this country is exceedingly good The farmers are allv through planting corii and somehave be the cultivation JoatiIguT W Wheat wasin Columbia f Jlast week on bUSIles Corin locality for 350 per barrel Indiaf rrr LL Notions Hardware and everything else can be found at my place of business and I cor = dially invite you For the large trade I have received in the past accept my grateful thanks 3 7 T WLWalker noplis Indwho has been visit ing her relatives here for the Ijasjb two weeks returned home last Monday Mr Montie Tarter closed a very successful singing school at- Whites s L school house Good order and goodsinging prevailed Come again Mr Tarter f Mr and Mrs George Whiters of Damrons creek visited the family of C T Roberts one day last weekH Tarter who is in the U S Army andstationed atf ellastbe with relatives and friends for all tobe The = J an J H f in in I sale of t1 t i J a with t fi of t + + e two Osie and a Mr of Liberty is hauling logs for Mr Oscar J 0 and D F White and P M Roberts were in Columbia J W C ptB White i were at the Springs on Lady is visiting on Damrons creek week Mr tJames killed a large battle snake one da week hMr Wib vent the of having pperai tion has returned hone noiN tI 5r i fIII vr d f T 1 i and are treating him at homeThe and Sunday school at Mt Oliving is progrssing nice ly under Wolford Wilson as Supt and Prof Smith as music teacher Grad ille Plenty of rain this week James Goff of Columbia was here Friday shaking hands with his old Brack Cain spent last Sunday at Springs Miss Mollie who has been engaged in the mercantile at Springs for Conceded by the Best i McCormick j 1 Harvesting Machinery II Buchanan Lyon Co Inc havemade arrangement whereby Mr Pelley will represent them the Columbia territory the the McCormick i Binders Mowers Reapers Rakes t Any one desiring machine figure Mr Pelley before buying 1 Complete stock repairs can be found at t- t Reed Millers Columbia Ky a months Mr Bowman Wilkerson Bonta Saturday and Russell Friday business Miss Robers this Herman Biskerjs sawing IylQJ1Corbin last Thomas Shepherd to Louisville last weekr purpose an performed The Drs thouklrtrit necessary frieirite Russell Flowers business Russell several months spent a few days at home last week Albert Parson 0Jr expert miller spent a day in Columbia last week Messrs W C Yates and R L Davis of Portland were in our midst one day last week W L Grady has been prising tobacco for the past week pre paratory for the Louisville market H A Walker of Columbia was in Our community last week looking for sheep RL w Shirley and wife of lwjiIltQ Ii were shopping ihi ur town one day last iveekv r r Mr Ji F Pendletono- ur f best farmers iiniih Qs ft Wvhf MrJ ni9eil 1 rF 1 Shoes r Shoes Shoes I have one side of my store filled with the latest style Shoes I can please the eye and my prices will meet your approval My salesmen will take pleasure in waiting upon you all 1 ask is come and look through If you do not want to buy be sociable and come in and watch others make their selections j i c Clothing Clothing r If you are looking for a suit stop at my store The largest stock of Clothing in Adair county is now on exhibition No trouble to fit yon come in = I 111 r lot of hogs last week from the M ill Company at this place at the market price Dock Rupe and family who had the smallpox a few weeks ago have all recoveredand were in our town looking well last Friday Dock says hev dont want any more smallpox TleveI ed and a good service prevail edThe Presbyterian sisters of our city have the thanks ofour church for the nice and good work they did in preparing our church for services last Sunday George Akin of Sparksville was in our town last Friday and as usual he was glad to meet us all He reports everything mov ing along nicely in his locality and the heatlh of the people very good Our old neighbor and friend WN Smith of Cane Valley spent a few day with his broth er and other relatives in our com munity last week We had the pleasure of spending only a short time with Mr Smith and it re called t o our memory o f bygone days and many of our old friends and associates Mr J M Wilson who has been confined to his room for several months we are glad to say that he is again able to meet his many friends He is now inI his usual health Several from this ed the Childrens Day exercisesl a t Pleasant Ridge t Sunday and they report the ex ercises of the children good The day was pleasantly spent except a little disturbance brought about by certain individuals who filled themselves up with intoxicatin drinks Misses A arid L Hill visite their relatives in the Mill town community a day or so last week and also went fishing They services at Union churc on last Sunday was largeV at tended There were two goodZ sennons reachedby Rev Craw fA f6rd of Columbia Plenty o dinner on the ground and good order prevailed s It scetoid that Everybody elided tim selves fineWe are always glad 1 f li tf E30 f IM E JONES 1VETERINARY SURGEON DENTIST dW Special attention given to Dentistry and all diseases which the dumb brute is heir to iPhone Residence 96 B COLUMBIA E KY mOHOHOHO t i V Sullivan i + With Altsheler CO Incorporated + Wholesale Grocersj Louisville Ky He solicits business froqt the + + merchants of this section of the State o for such things to come in our communityThe of the tobacco of this section was set last week and our farmers are getting in a large acrage Ifwe have the season that we had last year and can get the prices we did last year old Adair county will show up firstclass financially W e take it that the high prices we had in tobacco last year done more for our people than any thing wehave had in years before i Mr Robert Breeding and his son of Breeding were in our jnspectling gtNotice breakgguaranteed See me at once Davisdr Preaching Next Sunday e Greensbuxgh F J Barger Shiloh T Williams Cane Valley ire JM Pierce Clear Spring i tt Oakf 1 J A Johnston Hckettrs chapel J H JRood Milltown r i iW B caye Ruriell Spring tf 4 i f + J Ii Sf f lI I f i ji L THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I 5 y1L 0 P1MMI = r TO ProspectivBuggyBuvers f4f What WiIitItBe li Worth To You 1 When you need a Buggy to have the satisfaction of knowing that iou can be given anopportunityttasefect exactly what you desirekTherefore itls to our interest too were Buggies are ke tin larga quantities a1 the Latest StyleS made by the best manufacturers sly I i1J i THE BVCl NJN LYON GJ me C MPBELLS I LI EB J ENTVCKY d fj are inaposition to meet your needs If The beYl pleased I i tOUISVILLE MARKETS r Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer v 00625 Beef spFatCutters 225350 Canners 100225 Bulls 225450 Feeders 350500 Stockers 225450 Choice milch cows 35004500 Common to fair cows 15003500j HOGS Choice 160 to 200 725 Mediums 130 to 160 f Pigs r 5 60 Roughs 620 down SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs 875 Culls 7bO725 Fatsheep f 06tColumbia Market POULTRY Eggs 16 Turkeys 69Chickens iV r vv 11 Ducks V GRAIN Wheat tr 30 Corn 70 YfUCYYY YY ra PERSONAL 07 a L Mr J R Smith Campbelltsville where as last Friday Mr Rob Reed was here from Camp bellsville Sunday Miss Nina Marcum is wrestling with a case of mumps v f Mr W D Frazier was quite sick a few days last week ti Dr Roe Blair of Russell county where as a few days ago LouisvilElMiss Mabel Atkins was quite sick weekLr y was oI a bus- iner trip to Lebanon last weekf rti llIre John Q Alexander and Mr B HsvGilpin were here a few days ago a it Mr L R Chelf prominent mercha of Knifley was here on business Mo daY Miss Stella Cot over whohas been in LIcoIlege at Glasgow returned home last i fr M MrqeoR Miller who travels out of Louisville was at home several da of last week Ii cumberIland Misses Ethel and Annie Conover whoi have been teaching in Texas return home Saturday r Miss Ina Hulse who graduated from the Russellville Female College return ed home last week Miss Mary Grissom who has be teaching at Greenfield Tenn return home last Thursday afternoon Mrs Otho Moss and her sister Miss Mollie Flowers Gradyvflle were shop ping and visiting in Columbia Saturday Mr James Pelley Misses Susie M I er Ruth Stapp Zella Pelley and Mai Miller werE at Pleasant Hill last Su- P s day Mr lt W Miller of Madisonville who made a very pleasant visit to old friends here returned home the latter part of last week Miss Eliza Lisle McChord and Miss I Paxie Moffett who made a pleasant visit to the Misses Baker return home last Saturday wtas to Louisville to see his son Jo who has been quite sick for se ral days representamg I t the Lexington Herald was in Columbia last Thursday Mr Thornburry form erly edited the Taylor County Enquier Mrs W R Luttrell and Misses Eliz abeth Feese and Vara Hutchison visit ed the family ofR vBen Vailes at Russell Springslast Saturday and Sunday v Mr Ewing Stults of this place wen basr plaYer hasbeenassi ed to the Lexington team Blue ss League He left last week for Ins Summer engagement HonM Rey Yarberry left Sunday morning for Baltimore Mdwhere Ke ifill appear today as witness in a case r before the Federal Court He will TC i 5 turn home in about one week Misses Dorothy Anderson Ealla Mae Quarles Mary Miller Ruth Stapp Zella Pelley Mary Lucy Lowe Leonora Lowe Messrs John D Lowe To Lowe Masters Bayless Anderson Hen 5rY Hancock and John D Lowe Jr ent Saturday at Griffin Springs Mr and Mrs J S Breeding Mr an Mrs L T Neat Mrs Junius Hancock Miss Sallie Damron Mr Jo Reed an Miss Birtie Breeding Mr Mont Yar berry and T R Stilts Mr 0 C Pel ley f Mrs E L Feese and children attended services at Tabernacle church last Saturday Miss Lalla Mae Quarles Miss Doro 0thY Anderson Mr Tom Lowe and Master Bayless Anderson who have been visiting the family of John D Lowe left for Tennessee on theirJiome ward journey Tuesday They will visit Nashville Hendersonville and Cooks ille before returning to Gainsboro their hqme Dr Jas G Turk of Clinton Mo t and Mr S B Turk of Livingston Ala are relatives in Colum bra c QDpanjegb y Mr Thor Turk and J H Turk of Barren county T two former are natives of Adair coon sons of Mr Hiram Turk who died man y years ago Mrs Elizabeth Robertson who makes her home with Mr and Mr S N Hancock is their sister D James Turk left Adair county for Mis souri in 1866 but was hdre on a vas twenty years ago Mr S B Turk an exConfederate soldier and served in the same company with Heck Burton and Gaither Bryant He left Adair county at the beginning of the war and when hostilities ceased he Jbecame a citizen of Alabama where he has per manently resided They will be here this week meeting many old friends For Sale One pair of 16 hands gray mules 5 and 6 years old three Steudybaker edgBa Campbell engine one No 2 planer ox rip saw including saws hangers sto etc All the machinery is practical excesspt ung any one machinery of this kind will find it to his interest to inspect it and get my prices and terms ntWrite or call on me at Edmonton Ky n303t E R Perkins In the June Womans Home Com panion there are many practical vacation ideasideas for veranda furniture ideas for bungalows talk about the ice box and a long list of frozen dainties ableYSss ing IThe LindseyWilson will be heated b this Fall and Winter and it is most certain that a gymnasium will installed edPupils from a distance took their departure for their respective homes week They are very much missed when they return in the Fall they will be given a hearty greeting whoedis a paper l please accept our thanks for favors recently rendered The jury in the Watkins will case 1failed to agree It was tried before wyall renPre and the plaintiff by Rollin Hurt a James Garnettf The services at Union last Sunday conducted by Rev 3 R Crawford were largely attended There was din ner on the ground for everybody edRehoboth Health Resort yKyrigin Albany Ky J B Rasner is coming to the front in the grocery line Come and get prices 302t Mr Otho Harman who was a ve oldfaan died at the home of14Xr King Roy in White Oak last Saturday Montpelier Mill Company grinds end crushes corn every day Exchange flour for wheat Four and ship stuff 1our tCgnontpeb r y Ii Millinery seduced Y i CrotiJriillinKate B Squire+ U rFJr q1C Cane ValleY Ay t STOCK ITEMS catIt from George Morrison for 68 and Younglcoo 000- d Ezra Moore sold to Hop Stephens 9 illlRowe000 L B Cain sold a cow to Chas Yates for 33 one to Frank Martin for 30 one to Robert Conover for 30 one to W H Young for 27 four to Braxton Massie for 126 000 E A McKinley sold L W Bennett 80 hogs for 710 They were delivered last Monday o00 D B White bought one cow from Sebern Barrett for 24 Joe Abrell sold one 2year old filly to Junius White for 90 James Shepherd sold 7 head of sheep to J T Redmon for 3 tercor 251 hThere will be preaching at Rocky YHill Schoolhouse next Saturdaynight conJcountyr Rev R L Tallys next appointment Cumberlandisthat he goes to Plum Point which is a mistake Circuit court will open at James town the third Monday in this month A representative of the News will be in Jamestown the two first days and will personsIwhoHoskins Taylor have been greatl retarded in their brick moulding On ac count of the frequent rains SunnbeenIfmonthly Next Mondy will be county court Russell circuit court will open a Jamestown the third Monday inir thisa month Columbia Chapter R A Mx wilI meet in regular convocations next F glday evening An infant child of rand Mrs Lu then Conover iedlast Tuesday 4 FOR SALEAn extra good Jersey cow R B Wilson Cane Valley Ky rCE Young will furnish fertilizer at gradesbeDunnvilfe astSthe first of the week Dunnville and Clementsville played ball Saturday The score stood 14 to 0 in favor o Dunn ville IMost of our farmers are done corn Miss Lena Tarter and little May visnditing relatives in this communi ty last Saturday and Sunday Mrs SA Dickinson who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Weir of Webbs Cross Roads for some time has returned home Joe Vaughan has been quite sick for the pas week Mont Willis of Columbia w in this community last week anryd who have been visiting in Lincoln coo tY for some timet have returned home t sAMakers are in this fcounty A word to the wise is sufficienti jKjherineu axe having gand morhcatchtpounds Qiaflfe Piles sold 100 barrels v it t IR rT Os o os ss ppsQeOOnOO0OO0OpOOS s OOOOOOOO Ilf YOUIneed a BINDER iJ d a 1 1 eep have the best assortment of Buggies ever on the Colum XXsr Machinery call at the r r rrfiv 1 i tfii H HardVareStoret I p mpvps e v9 a oOG 000 s e sp LOIOIOl GzJ Q of corn to Boss Cor best or3 25 per barrel Revenue men caught four boot leggers in this county last week ItYseems option is no good in this country Why not have open saloons instead of a blindt tIger t 1 Absher WtTit S student was the pleasant guest of Miss Altha Absher from Friday until Monday i Mrs 1t A Brockman returned home Wednesday from an ex tended visit to her daughter t Mrs Louise Earley of Louisville Mr Osey Dillingham and sis ter Miss Bertha were visiting at Mr Abner Brock ans Satur day and Sunday Miss Zella East visited Miss Bursha Vaughan Saturday and- unday Mr and Mrs Bonnie Bailey visitedat J D Abshers Sunday Mrs Alice Hendrickson and Mrs Bettie Cunningham were the guests of Mrs W 0 Dilling ham Saturday Mr Fred Hump r ss andsus ter Miss Ella visited relatives on Casey creek Sunday RevM M Murrell filled hisIregular appointment at chapel last Sunday Miss Arva Cave spent Sunday with Miss Audra Dillingham Mrs J R White of Franklin Ind reached home Friday to be 4 at the bedside of her father Mr Wm Cave who is very low I sMiss Annie Robertson spent several days last week with her sisters QfHolmesJAn i ter ing ball game was played at this place by the Pel= hiim and Egypt boys The score 20 to 3 in favor of the boys IoithisAplace U s Little MisS Susie Rice datigh4 sex qfJkir WA Riceiis visiting horn raryclparente atr this placei gSaturdayhtarid Ja 1n esWeatberford din Miss Judelle Robertson gother r ir I i VHr ra j Sit r o- jII 1 r DRINK 4b DOPE COLA I q Manufactured by OTLEY HOBSON CampbeHsville Ky They also manufacture a number oiv c summer r Drinks qtr 1j Iw H WILSON t COLUMBIA KY is their representative for this section 1 Protect Your Property 1 Against Fire Lightning Wind= storm Tornadoes and Cyclones 4 By Insuring with the Old Reliable Con CompanyfAll Losses Paid in Full and Promptly I H They issue the most liberal contracts and at the Lowest Premium Rates Coffey Cravens Agents See Them at Citizens Bank Columbia Ky I HORD RIO E IDEALERS IN HARDWARE jRUBBERBLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTON y WhEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE PUT CN thi6ti SHORT NOTICE GIVE us A CALL l f tVAMPBELLSVILLX KENTUCK t arm broken Mpijday W Jaile en imployhMisses Bertha and Audra Dil ham spent Monday attb r- gtaDd mothers Mrs Elizabeth i Cooley MrDD P Ricer returned home T l Ilast2W teday from a few days pislt with relatives iii J y iLouisville 1iJ tI 1iTT i 6 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Cardte eA SOUTH BOUND TRAIN Lv LOUISVILLE AR LEBANON No 27 700 am 942am No 23 815am 1004am No 79 505pm i 740pm No 21 800 pm 1000 pm No 93 G30pm 900 pm NORTH BOUND TRAIN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE a24 548am 750 am 078 732 am 1015 airt o28 430pm 655 p- mNo221628pm 815 pm Io92 732am 1015am Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only aCM WISEMAN SON Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians Special attention given to work and all orders inc ofgoods in our line t Oposite Music else W Market 1132 lst2d S D1 Special to Eyes Pistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 amt well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables II I ONE dALF FROM StLouisville KyIl Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Attnetion COLUMIAII 01 Coffins AND CasketsI H I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will bet sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it patronize J E Snow Russ II Springs E WILMORE HOTEL WYVI WIl1f O E PlfOplf FirstClass Table r Good Sample R omeJStablefReasonable Rates t yGRftDYllILLe KY C Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402f Dr James Triplett t DentistalofJEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Yhas 1 jt 1v W Ulia Dentist r J tfr JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 a COLUMBIA KENTUCKY IE t10J t Joseph It Stone AttorneyAtLaw L 41 Wildpractkc i- nLiii k i i k rhia and adjoining counties if g Jamesfown Kwtucfcy Lt rt s 1 WEEK Y I I 0 OOURIER r s JOURNAL I HENRY WATTERSON Editor I saaGional Newspaper Democratic in I 1IIAND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS II BOTH ONE YEARI FOr c e j o If you will give or send your order to this o papernot to the CourierJournal i v IIDaily CourierJournal Yr S600 I 1 Sunday CourierJournal1Yr 200 1 We can give you a combination cut crate on Daily or Sunday if you will write e this paper LCXXXXJ l Tried to do Business Without Pub licity How expensive it is for busi ness men not to advertise be came evident to us the other day when a man who had embarked soldIouthardly anybody knew there was a man by that name living here The reason was that when thi particular business man first struck town we sent a solicitor to him who was gruffly informed that he knew his own business did not believe in advertising etcNaturally we did not feel greatly interested in boosting this newcomers business and he might as well have been dead so far as we were concerned Practically he was too in a business way lOne of the first things this mans successor said to us was Why nobody in town seems to know that man how is that the scribe smiled a knowing smile ashe stated the reason Ex 4 Sheep for the farmer The main reason that many dont raise sheep is because i they dont know sheep an- never having been raised with hom feel that they are tackling difficult problem As a matter fact sheep are the easiest ani mals to grow on the farm and it been demonstrated times without number that they make bore profit than anything else a farmer can raise If you dont know sheep the Sooner you get acquainted with em the better No farm of 80 or more should be without flock and the larger the farm the more sheep should be pro duced They keep the weeds frown and are but little care There is room enough or many more thousands of sheep on the farms in the Central States and these farmers who raise exclti iyely hogs and hominy should r igjft 1 t t Ir i a iiiii i rr adopt the sheep habit they would be better off financially and other wipe Sheep grow into money very fast and are an attractive feature to every farmShe herds Criterion praying Potatoe Vines By the time the vines are five or six inches high spraying should begin Begin with the Bordeaux blightsresistant and at the same time the mixture is used the poison can be put in to kill the bugs If the rains are not heavy and frequent spraying once in from twelve to fourteen days is sufficient If the rains are heavy and frequent the mixture should be applied oftener During the month of August if the rains areI frequent and the weather warm and muggy apply the mixture after each rain as those conditions are favorable for the development of blight The mixture will make the vines resistant but will not cure itlf once it gets hold of the vines In applying the poison for the bugs it has been customary use onehalf pound of Paris green to fifty gollons of the Bordeaux mixture If the Paris green is used devise some means to keep it well stirred upas it is dto settle to the bottom of the tank in which the solution is ca ried and does not do good work at first but is so strong from the bottom that it burns the leaves Some are using aresnate of lead three pounds to the fifty gal ceIsults The arsenate of lead does not bvrn the leaves but is sure death to the bugs It costs a little more than the Paris green but gives better satisfaction Trouble Makers Outsted When a sufferer from stomach trouble takes Dr Kings New Life Pills hes mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly but morehe stickled over his new finis ppetite strong nerves healthy vigor all because stomach liv er and kidneys now work right 25ctPauly Drug CQ The Ntews and QounerJpUrnal i50 Per year f tikt r t f IiFUeteand There The cats of Berlin are all regis tered and wear pAlexmer of Clark county is dead Fffie Townsley aged 16 w thrown from a horse and kille near Augusta this State John Tuttle aged 16 w given two years by the Laur circuit court for stealing a mule Mrs Louis Specht 61 years old suicided at New Orleans o account of finacial reverses killd s given the death penalty by a jury Three men while at work i LouisIs by red hot cinders I J W Carter former superintendent of the Metropolitan Street Railway system at Kan sas City and previously a resident of Chicago committed suicide at Council Hill Okla by shooting A Good Roads Campaign The Kentucky Good Roads As sociation is organizing for a Goo Roads Campaign Thru theI Roosevelt Farm Life Commis sion the farmers all over the country are calling for good IcroadsFrom one end of this State to the other the good road subje will be agitated A writer in th sayAabout a saving to the farmer of about 250000 Irn marketing the wheat crop alone the saving would be 10000000 in the corn crop 12000000 and in the cotton crop 5000000 Bad roads restrict faculties hindering rural fr delivery service and prevent t proper development of social life and is destructive to all kinds of farm conveyances a s well as horse flesh The BosworthWyatt proposi trop to amend the State Consti tution will give each county tile right to levy taxes for the pur pose of building roads more thaI they are now allowed to levy and will also allow or permit thet State to give aid and to teceive aid j I A Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean of Cheny W was saved from a frightful death is coldtohng trouble that baffled an expert doctor here Then 1 paid 10 to 15 a visit to alung specialist in Spokanee who did not help me Then I went to California but without benefit At last I us comdt as ever For Lung Trouble Bronchi Crouprsupreme and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co I Shortmeter Sermons r Faith is seen in fair dealing Joy in religion is but another word for genuineness There are too many people try ing to make the Bible popular by using it as a club Its a good thing to plan things to their end but theres always i danger of ending in planning To follow only the light of your own desires is to find your self in thee darkness of Vselfdis gust Yi may have a right tg nurse sorrow for yourself butyon have no right to let its shadoW f l1n others VAT tf 1T s Jj4 i J MtJ t 0g iir iHi Newly furnished If Conveniently 7faS7VCiii located Jj- IF A firstclass Restaurant in connection v ft Neat Clean Rooms r Q jds ss I 1Q I ahi also prepared to furnish S S in the Bakery Linen i IYqiIr Business Solicited a ROBT HUDSON Columbia Ky I 11 Next door below Citizens Bank on Campbellsville pike 300QaE38QmL 1 JOHN A HOBSON ETt1GYnt r I 1 j J flasElough I ij Pioniet Witte Fence to fence in Green and Adair counties r The Stay wires on this fence are so f theydcant slip on the Line Wires The Harder You Pup t the Tighter it Gets V i t J1 X JtENaU Gff 1 r heg twogWall Paper ad vertised In recent issues of The Newsr alBargains 0 Bargains I 1I Have a Large Stock of General Merchandise and am offering Bargains to the Trade I I I handle every thing that is kept inja General Store such as ing boots shoee etc etc clothI make a specialty of handling ladies furnishing goods and have large stock on exhibition II I Mrs Ermine 7 o Wilson Russell Springs Ky I FRANK CORCORAN 1 hGradeedo Marble Cemetery work Iw oF all kind Granite oV See US before youbuy ITrde from Adair and adjoining counties 4 vsolicited Main Street9Lebanon Ky W IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLACE r VI See my Stock ofSc GENERAL MERCHANDISE i tv Pioduce Wanted5S W L SIMMONS tiUMBLEt e KENTUCKy Daily tuisYiU8 Post and The Adair Goynfy3Kes I yrir 1350 2r t F tplfiifft J ii k i J hr JVjx P f i Jk v f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r- i ffIt i Woodson Lewis t Grecnsburg Kentucky i IS NOW OFFERING A CARLOAD EACH I Studebaker V Birdsell Milburn WagonsiA car load o- fOliver Chilled Plows- A A car load of Disc Harrows A car load o- fCultivatorsII One=Horse Corn Corn Planters Drills andI Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown F in this Green River Coantry ready for Spring trade j LIME SALT AND CEMENT- A SPECIAL LINE = Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L N R R r r Woodson LewisThe Merchant Qreensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to Ii i a Sash and Door House in the South 1 Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods H We them I CONe0 e ls i1eble11 Bi6s t1165IDatfket St Bet 1st fit Bpook e 2167 Both uta t 5O Different pence f InStoek i Also k Ali Kinds 4 v CQNSULTATtONAHt- 4EXAFIlMATION FREE Sash Doors Blinds i iPorchStair Work Interior Finish Etc Largest Wholesale appreciate Styles Roofin 211215 E Main Street e e LOUISVILLE b a sessa ossee- I 1Z O Tt fSAtbWA1 E Witre Cutlery Guns e WAGON 7VIATEi IHIt a 4 LtoC11SVl 11 Ksntdeliy Telephone Phones Canny t mLbrnicE S4ANOARD aa STYLE 4 4 s 1 v v v w w vi i w i I IIP Jams Miii u J 71 l v 71 1 KY mW SIXt1EiGt1TS j rtflcelA- TRESIDENCE jd 1s CII umblaeQtucY tlr EEKfEJE r EA4t C ZiJf6e tr i f wI I i iltCliU i I II tti1 tBBZB1In All In Polities Are Not Dishonest J By Former Senator JOHN C SPOONED of Wisconsin HEN you ask ifa maD should be active in politics you ask ifa man ought to be a good citizen What tcan an honest man do SE CAN KEEP HON EST for one thing and he can make it his business to KEEP DISHONEST MEN OUT OF OFFICE and if they get in to turn them out A GOVERNMENT SUCH AS OURS BY THE PEOPLE CAN ONLY BE CARRIED ON BY PARTIES IF IT IS TO CONTINUE BY THE PEOPLEOrganization of party is merely the banding of citizens ofcorn mon belief for carrying out their belief It is the BUSINESS OF PARTIES TO GOVERN OR THE PEOPLE TO GOVERN THE PARTIES Men can do nothing without organization YouI need it for a Sunday school class or a prayer meetingfor all united effort That involves leadership and any leader is more or less a BOSS Dont let that word frighten you Men afraid of bossesleaders- are too good for party organization or think they are They ought to be translated either up or out They take on themselves the con temptible function of criticisingandsneering at the MEN WHO DO THINGS IN POLITICS Dont be too suspicious We have had weak men in office and dishonest men but the AVERAGE IS HIGH The scandals that followed the war are not possible today HIS IS A BITTER AND MORBID MIND THAT VIEWS EVERYMAN IN PUBLIC LIFE AS ONE WHO NEEDS WATCHING BE CAREI FUL OF REFORM GO SLOWLY LIKE GOOD CHAMPAGNE YOUI MAY TAKE TOO MU- CHRailroads Must Prosper To Impairment By WILLIAM W FINLEY President of the Southern Railway C l SIDEEmG the United States as a whole with the possible Ii exception of a few localities the NEED OF NEWI RAILWAY LINES IS SECONDARY TO THE IM PROVEMENT OF EXISTING LINES A2ID THE IN CREASE OF THEIR CARRYING CAPACITY As to the south I have no hesitation in saying that its most pressingeconomic- need is an INCREASE IN THE CARRYING CAPACITY of its existing railway lines especially in providing an increase in double trackmileage So far as resources have permitted the men intrusted with the management of southern railways have provided increased facilities IN THE TEN YEARS PRIOR TO THE BUSINESS DEPRESSION THE INCREASE IN RAILWAY FACILITIES IN OUR SECTION WAS MATERIALLY GREATER THAN THE INCREASE IN CAPITALIZATION AND THE INCREASE IN SERVICE WAS VERY LARGELY IN EX CESS OF THE INCREASE IN CAPITAL AND IN FACILITIES The traffic of the south had reached such proportions as to tax railway facilities to the utmost The point had been reached where any material increase in southern agricultural and industrial produc tion would have been impossible without a CORRESPONDING INCREASE IN RAILWAY FACILITIES AS WE LOOK TO THE FUTURE WITH CONFIDENCE IN THE ABILITY OF OUR PEOPLE TO REACH A HIGHER LEVEL OF PROSPERITY WE ARE CONFRONTED WITH THE IMPERATIVE NECES STY FOR AN INCREASE IN FACILITIES THESE CAN BE PRO VIDED ONLY BY ATTRACTING THE INVESTMENT OF ADDITIONAL CAPITAL TO RAILWAY ENTERPRISES Aeroplanes In the Future as 1ee By Major F S BADENPOWELL England Authority on Aeronautics W ILL the development ofaeroplanes end in the TION OF CUSTOM HOUSES AIST Tt RI1 to the facility with which smuggling in the air may perhaps be accomplished In about four years time one may reasonably expect to be able to say that flis common It may perhaps still be looked upon as a somewhat venturesome practice but most well to do people will have made a trip and many will own machines and make almost daily runs THEN OF COURSE SMUGGLING WILL BECOME THE EASIEST THING IN THE WORLD EVEN SUPPOSING IT WERE NOTPRACeJl TICABLE TO CONVEY LARGE CARGOES OF GOODS IT DOUBTEDLY BE POSSIBLE TO CARRY PARCELS OF A HUNDRED POUNDS OR SO j Considering too the rapidity and ease withwhich machines are likely to travel they could be employed continually going over the frontier and so transporting large quantities ofdutiabll goods The very idea of EjtONTIERGUARDSeems almost im yardslalongseems as r any wasl to machines being compelled to descend at a frontier and nn plies that CUSTOMS IN THE MAIN WILL BAYE TO I BE ABOLISHED Skepticism Retards Prosperity By President WILLIAM H TAFTI C Men Prevent ABOLIj HE man Vh9 does not HOPE FOR BET EK THDTOS and does not believe that better things scan be brought about is not the man likely to bring better thiiigs utThe spirit of hypercriticism and the ncompromising attitude whichwill not accept ttSQJEB PROGRESS IS BETTER THAN NONE and the insistence uponthe full realization of the highest ideals dtheREJECTIONOF ANY COMP oklSE WHIOH ACCOMPIISjBffiS GOOD are aU Hkelyxto retard progress CONSTANT CRITICISM AND CONSTANT PESSIMISM ARE PRO bUCTIvk OF PARALYSIS AND STAGNATION V U rRH1 i I iN If S t i s i 1j i ff1Nf t I J nEHi Will MontpelierKyJAKE is a bay stallion 15f hands high very handsome and po perfect r sound 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 Hambletonian 10 is conceded to be the greatest sireof 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 I am I fuiWish farmers with 1 I Machinery I and FieldI than ever before One ear of Binders Mowers Disc Harrows Hay Rakes Also the Olin ver Chit Plows and the Brown Culti vators Wheat Dills Corn Drills AI 1 car of Wagons one car of Buggies a nice line of Harness In fact many Y things which is not mentioned I J H KVIJamestown I Binder Twine Buggy Whipst L aJ liG HARDW K Pres J H COCKE V Pres R DIETZMAN Sere IESTABUSUED Supply Co 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 I 1VllhliWtIGJ4TZ SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work I 7- I JOBBING WORK SOLICITED I All Kinds of lf Program- A Quarterly meeting slid Missionary Rally at Summer Shade Church Saturday and Sunday June 5 and 6 1 What have we been doing fQrMi- sIsiolisG 0 Moss and Torn Coffey 2 Are we measuring Pto our ability L G Y ciM vr r t bette- rprepared toI Farm Seeds ffiACfI11STSI II IENGINES Machinery Repaired DohoneyandVerdaTomp1 jft i sonS rvf What is our guide inChristi npaiiing7 Bob Breeding and Bob Picketti 4 Objections answered Under this any questions will be answered tThe Presiding Elder will pretd 1 Saturday and Sunday Every bodyin C yitectv J A J6hn onfecft 1t1 f 4 t td iii 1 t wThI I f i J T ticC I 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r A HANNAS GREEN SEAL I J THE MADE TO WEAR PAINT NOTHING IN IT but what should be there NOTHING J LACKING that will improve it Possesses Every Essential Quality groundJt In ure lnsee 1 E t Not a Little Lead and a Lot of Zinc but a LOT OF LEAD and d LITTLE ZING t Costs more to make but the people want it FOR SALE BY r Jeffries Hardware Store q W F Jeffries Sons Props 0 0c If you need a Buggy Surrey Stanhope or Buckboard I can furnish you in any grade III j I now IIIofVehiclesi and will take pleasure in r M i showing any purchaser My Prices will be Inviting 7 when quality is considered f v Wtl 5ri I also handle Mowers and Hay Rakes F J Call and see me i fe E Young Courno Jal J tt r Kentucky f a R owes X Roads rtIRq ef Cq a an arid at Miss I Watsori1 were married lasfc week at Rev A R Blakeys Mrs Sarah Blair of Glenville is visiting here this week Phil Aaron has a mare that is raising a calf and a colt The mare lets the calf suck just like it was her own wenttolCelina trip T Helm and wife and Ed Helm and wife were visiting there brother here last Sunday The tomb stone setting and the decoration at the Pierce grave yard and Bethel was large ly attended ana the ery frest of order for which we thank the people for same Frank Lapsley was at work in the field one day last week He heard a ntise over his head at I first he thought it was the angelsS I coming down after him But on investigation it wasfound to be just a buzzard flying over his head with a silver bell on The telephone line from here- tov welltonwillsoon be com plated v We areawfull faetiliere again x this week Some of us lazy far timers are not done planting corn iyet It dont now look like we j will get done soon pf tWe areexJje a the iJof HYramMarcums Wl e here hour if7jJy i l n of Jim Oaks children has t i 1rtf i t i11of li 6 i been badsick for the last few t daysMrs t giJn j l f Ada Keenenis bad sick this week r iKs JF ttV1 Janice j Health of thisWf community i gppdC Mr John Hogue of Philwas in this locality jbuying wool one day last week The Sunday School at this place is progressing nicely un er the management of W S Sintr clair I Miss Maud Henson was visit ing the family of W E Williams one day last week i There was decoration at Taber nacle the 29th of May Every body enjoyed the day V Ilirs Wm Winfrey who got badly burned while visiting her has returned to her home atIso place familyIwere DbJim Smith last Friday and Satur day W T Withers d sister Mi Catherine were shopping at th place last Friday Mr TpmCLoy and daughter i Miss Lillie were visiting the faL= ilt9i Luke Loy last jSatur r l C iHA ll16 week 9iv S A witerI l ihc t tfii J Iii i Hattie Workman one day last week Mrs 0 L Ellis and Miss Net tie Dickerson of Lutrells creek were visiting at J W Hensons one day last week Mr J W Corneal was very much alarmed one day last week when he received a post card and found no ones name to it Cannier Hart Cou tyI Some farmers are through setting tobacco while others have not commenced setting This is a fine country for wheat corn and tobacco There are lots o rocks down kere When yo miss a rock you hit a dollar I live about four miles east o Canmer We have ajrural route I like this place all right hav been living here ten years But I like my old native home where I was born and reared I do not believe I will ever be in a locaji ty as dear to me as Adair coup if ty Columbia is the prettiest town I was everin It is a place of business not a locality for whisky selling and dancing halls Horse Caves real nice town but not like Columbia t How well I remember hauling sawlogs to Columbia when If not more than seven years old My father use to haute logs that place and I would drive the team I was born on Pettis fork 7 miles Southeast of Columbia I noticed in the News about the singing at Gadberry led by asquainted with him and most all placesWith best wishes for all my friends in Adair countyIclose v Willie ADenton Jabez Wolf creek was top high for the nail to cross Wednesday Mr J R Carson of Phil a Grocery manwas here laJ week v f VIW Mr A A Lloyd of Susie was calling on our merchants a few days ago Rev AL iaker ofCabel delivered two interesting sermons here in the Baptist church Sunday Mrs R Wooldridge is visiting her daughter Mrs LouTom kins this week ofGlasgowsCompany shoe house of Nash yule Tell i w asherejIVidayak R IfSaturday t r Xl r We are Having plenty of m aIdV lfIasr been rdi nlSj Messs J T lTpoidridge aii r j Edgar Johnson are taking nt1ij LrHvei Pa lFA tstreet fairat Somerset tIis- week t7j i ZL k it tnlneyiL Wet weather continues in thi4 section Corn not all planted a good per cent of the tobacco crop is set as plants were very early The health of this section isj very good at this writing Died at her home near Rol ey May 22 Mrs Fannie Beard mother of Mrs J M Wolford also of Jack Beard who was kill ed a year ago by lightning Mrs afflictIiate cause of her death being heart trouble A daughter of Milt Monroe came very near drowning last Wednesday while the waters was high by falling from a walk pole crossing a branch Mont Bennett being close rescued the girlMr W T Hancock a son of Mrs W A Hancock who has been on a visit to his mother left for his home in Texas last Friday morning Mr Hancock had not been in Kentucky for 17 yearsDr J C Gose and wife were severaly shocked one night last week by lightning supposed to cqme in over the telephone as they slept in the room where the phone enters the house Passedfweekuwith his daughter enroute home SfMrs Howard Leech of near withIher mother Mrs Bectie Hancock The mail from Columbia failed to reach this place a day or two last week W F Feese had the misfort one to lose a goo work mule a few days ago Wheat is heading low and the crop will be a short one unless tlehea4 fills beyond expectation yaswas m section wontk horses rIMr E Y Humphress are the proud parents of thej prettiest baby in town J V Dunbar and wife are a close sec 3cCommissioners Sale l ADAIR CIRCUITCOURT KENTUCKeSarah A Miller PlaintifftP W Miller Admr c Defendant By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Courtren dered at the May Term thereof 1909 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th mstup foUowingdescribed A tract of land located in Adair coup ty on the waters of Green River con taining 81E acres This place is known as the RL Winfrey farm and is a fine river farm I will also sell at the same time and undivided onehalf interest in a tract of land containing 200 acres This land is located near the first named tract R L Winfrey and J R Beard owned this land jointly arid the interest of said Winfrey will be sold purPwith approved surety or securi ties must execute Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofa Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly ith these terms Herschel T Baker f Master Commissioner DH uProubie Makers Oufsfied when a sufferer from tom cbirot blej takjes Dr KingsNew Life PiUs mightyglad to see his Dyspepsia andj ndigestiOliflyb more hes t over his new1hieI etite strong nerves healtliy yigor rill Ibeeauie atonlaei lip= fef an kidney injw work right 25c at rt3E j1 f U i J HL1I- IJl IrOrganiz- edunder a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin strator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every p si tion of trust that can be held by an individuate It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength H H IKIMBLE HOTELJ W KIMBLE PROPRIETOR GOOD ROOMS 100 PER DAY GOOD BEDS SAMPLE ROOM FREEJtJtJtJt LIVERY AND FEED STABLE 1N CONNECTIONp YYYY71rr cYr r 04kH H H vrnnS Fifth Avenue Hotel w dribwvi i PIKE CAMPBELL MGRv7iJ Clvv Refurnished Redecorated andeif m- v AV A i modied Firstclass Hotel at Popur t A lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale A rl Vr and Retail Districts Churches and iTht r r r c FIFTH AVENUE pt LOUISVILLE Cfi t E v 1 rii q FIFTH AVENUe BET GREEN AND WALNUTSTREETS v f lIII Kentuckyn 7i- Cm7imnCmimmiCni 71C7ime ninnn n rs ia Ol IOJlIJIOJl I o LUMBERS We are prepared to furnish Anything needed in Rough or Dressed Lumber A good stock 10of finishedmaterial always on hand and any Q specially needed can be furnished on latestOO D wands If you mean to build or repairs write call or use Phones 324 32= 3 and 59 = A GOODMANYLOCATION Myers Roller Mill R- OJ 101111101 rodv v l l m V niC71m 7C 7K n 71vnn i tm i nn 71 rimnn7i nom wFarmers n Woolen Mill m I 1G5nCmV f IE Only the Best Material will be used in the goods m Will Give yogi Honest Work vi at Reasonable Prices Will be in Operation July 20th 1909 f uO Respectfully j i I E L Reese Jamestown Ky 1i jC finnn III 1wI11II1I 11i in V- 17iI 3 DOIE30QOE3 3CJE 54 1lijj I Watches Clocks and Sewing Machines Repaired f i Satisfaction Guaranteed 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE f I Pay Cash for Old Gold and Silver j yrIt L YI cwspeci Cluhhin Offer withlheLouisyille Times and this paper 7a k l Y I J f F 7 i I