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VOLUMF XVI
COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY; WEDNESDAY NOV. 6, 1912.
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4 GONE TO HER REWARD.
Mrs. Sallie M. Reed, Wife of Mr.
E. W. Reed, Dies at St.
Anthony Hospital.
REMAINS LAID TO REST IN COLUMBIA.
There have been many sad deaths in
anil near Columbia in recent months,
but none more lamentable than, that
of Mrs. Sallie M. Eeed, the beloved
wife of Mr. E. W. Reed, of this
place.
The end came at St. Anthomy Hos
pital, Louisville, October 29, 1912,
where two months before si ie went
for treatment and where she submit
ted to a very delicate operation.
The family here were in touch with
the hospital and daily news of her
condition was received, and for the
first two or three weeks hopeful re
turns came to the home which cheer
ed the husband, children and brother,
and the general impression was that
She would get well and continue to be
a comfort to her loved ones. About
two weeks before her death a turn for
the worse was taken and the husband,
though very much alllicted, and her
four children went to Louisville. She
recognized them, and expressed a de
sire to return home when they were
ready to leave the city, hot realizing
her hopeless condition. The husband,
though frail ill body, for two weeks
lcept virgil by the bedside, and for
more than a month the aged mother,
Mrs. Lou F. Miller, watched the
Changes, and with tender hands and a
heart full of love soothed her beloved
daughter as her life was fast ebbing
away. The devotion of Mr. Geo. R.
-Miller, her second brother, her second
son, Geo. E. Eeed; his wife,and all the
other children and brothers were
beautiful, her oldest brother coming
irom Minnesota to be with her in her
last hours.
Sallie M. Miller was born In Col u m
bia August 10, 1SG2, and was the old
est child of Joseph IL and Lou F.
Miller. She was happily married to
E. W. Eeed about twenty-eight years
ag9, and to the union eight children
were born, four of whom are living,
Jo, Robert, Edgar and Frances. She
is also survived by her mother, and
three brothers, E. W. Miller, of Min
nesota, George E. and Henry N. Mil
ler, this place.
The deceased was
Christian character,
neighbors and friends
a lady of high
loved by her
the idol of her
children, the pride of a fond mother
and devotedly loved by her companion
and brothers. Her place can not be
filled, and a coi; home lias been made
lonely.
The remains reached Columbia
Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock.and
the following day the funeral services j
were field in the Christian Church in
which the deceased held her member-'
slap and had since she was about
twelve years, of age. The services!
were conducted by her pastor, Eld. Z.
T. Williams, and Eev. J. E. Crawfcrd,
of the Presbyterian Church, both
speakers eajiug comforting words to
the living and paying the dead high
eulogies
The services ever, tlte remains were
conveyed to the city cemetery and
there buried by the side of four of lier
children
There weie many beautiful floral
designs.
Ail Columbia is fa sympathy with
the bereaved family.
l WfJnwL'v Jtr. f"Vk liaa fArmul - t- I
nership in the saw mill business with ' from d wreck, but H. T. Alston, Ra
Mr, W. E. Mjers, and the mill is now 'eifh. C., once preveuted a wreck
being removed to Sandusky & Co'., J with Electric Bitters. 4,J was in a
Planing Mill. 1'here will be ample j terrible plight when 1 begau to use
yard room to . ecoinmodate nil who them,' he writes, "my stomach, head
will need sawing . and every conven- j baok and kidneys were all badly affect
ience will be m le on the yard as well ed aud my liver was in bad condition
as (in tile execution of the work. The
xig wi.l be firit-c ass in every partic
ular. A new 12 horse power boiler
will be placed, and tlie saws sufficient
ly large to take any timber iu this
country. The enterprise of Litis firm.
fes ability to measure full value is
'sWell Jcnowu, aud we predict a success- i
iljUt uppeianun.
For Salt.
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Having decided to remove from Col
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timbia by the last of the year, and as ,n tne M l' uarmel country ,asti "
the manse of my new parish is alreadv day" The funeral was preached by
furnished, I would be glad to dispose'. ReT; J" S' c,,aildJer' of lI,s place,on
at private sale, my household belong
ings at reasonaoie prices. uan and
0. J. R. Crawford
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were fourteen additions to t,he
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Resolutions of Respect.
Whereas God in His infinite wisdom
has taken our brother and friend,
Gov. J. E. Ilindman:
And whereas we recognize that we
have lost a leader. and supporter:
And whereas we are deeply conscious
of the fact that the Sunday School,
the church, and the community have
lost a true and faithful Christian
Worker who was ever for the right and
opposed to all that was wrong:
And whereas, we know that the
people, not only of Columbia, but
through the state and states, have re
ceived a heritage in his life that lifts
thought above the common and un
clean things of eaith to treasuies 'in
naaen:
Therefore, Ee it resolved: Fisrt,
that we, the members of the Sunday
School of the M. E. Church South ex
tend our sympathy to his bereaved
loved ones and friends;
Second, That the Sunday School, in
recognition of his faithfulness, still
call the class which he taught so
many years, Ilindraan's Class:
Third, That a copy of these resolu
tions be sent tp the members of his
family, one to the Adair County News
and one to the Central Methodist Ad
vocate for publication, and one be
copied in the minutes of the Sunday
School. Eespectfully submitted,
Mrs. Jno. O. Eussell, )
E. It. Moss, Committee.
W. T. McFarland, )
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Last Notice to Tax-Payers.
I, or one of my deputies, will meet
the tax-payers o"f Adair county at the
following times and places to receive
your taxes for the year 1912. These
taxes are now past due and must be
paid at once. I trust that every tax
payer will take advantage of this op
portunity to meet and settle same,
and save trouble and cost botli to you
and myself. Will be at:
Cane Valley, Saturday, .Nov., 16.
Knifley, Saturday, Xov , 2.!.
Eoley, Friday, Nov., 22.
Pellyton, Thursday, Nov., 21.
MaGaha Friday. Nov., 15.
Eoy, Thursday, Nov., 14.
Glensfork, Wednesday, Nov., i:.
Sparksville. Tuesday, Nov., 12.
Elroy, Wednesday, Nov., I:j.
Gradyville, Saturday, Nov., 16 -Keltner,
Friday, Nov., 15.
Milltown, Thursday, Nov.. 14.
A. T PattesonS. A. C.
51-41.
Next Sunday forenoon Eev. .1. II.
Crawford's discourse will be directed
to the 3'oung men of the town and vi
cinily . He is anxious for a large at
tendance, as he has a message that
will be of special interest. Sunday
night he will deliver a temperance
discourse, one that he has spent much
time in preparing. He wants the peo
ple generally to be present on this oc
casion. Valuable Land For Sale.
I have 105 acres of good land, in
throe traets which 1 will sell private
Jy at a bargain. Two tracts arc in
Green count', near the Adair line, one
in Adair near the Green county line.
Good dwelling on one tract, and I am
using all three traets as one farm.
Will sell any one, or ah three of the
tracts.
10-2m Dr. J. J. Booker,
Miami, Ky.
wc Train With Shirt
Tearing his shirt from his back an !
Olttn mill f1arrml u tii n.i4 c ..1 I..
but four bottles of Electric Bitters
made me feel like a new man.7' A
trial will convince you of their match
less meult for aify stomach,. Mver or
kidney trouble. Price 50 cents at
Paull Drug Co.
Died.
Mrs. William Beard, who was a
dausrhter of Mr. Ilenrv Henson. died
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baturday, a great many friends' being
present. The interment was at Mt.
Carmel church.
T L'oftn rfr
hands a full stock of
caskets, also robes: 2
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hearses
Prompt service night or day.
. J.'F. Triptett,
Columbia, Ey.
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COL. HARDIN.
Asked to Deliver Funeral Oration
Over "Dead Ones" at Jubilee.
So sure are the Democrats of a
great national victory that it is beipg
planued to hold a big jubilee in Louis
ville the week following the election,
to celebrate the event. Col. Ben Lee
Hardin has received a letter asking
him to deliver the funeral oration
over the Eepublican and Bull Moose
corpses at the gathering. No better
selection, in our opinion, could have
been made. When Tilden was elected
President in 187(5 Col. Hardin deliver
ed the oration at the burial of the
"Bloody Shirt" in the court house
yard. A well-known Eepublican of
that day donated one of his shirts and
it was taken to the slaughter house
and dipped in blood, placed in a cask
et, and with three Confederate and
the Federal soldiers as pall-bearers the
funeral cortege wended its way up
Main snreet followed by a thousand
horsemen and two or three thousand
on toot, and the casket was consigned
to a grave dug for it in the corner of
the court house yard. "Quinine Jim"
McKenzie, who was some pumpkins as
an orator himself, was on the stand
and heard. Col, Hardin's funeral ora-
Ition. and ne said it was the llnest he
had ever heard fall from the lips of
man. By all means Col. Hardin is the
mail that is needed in Louisville at
the celebration. Ha rrodsburg Herald.
Porto Rico's New Wonder.
From far away Porto Eico come re
ports of a wonderfull new discovery
that is believed will vastly benefit the
people. Eamon T. Marcean, of Barce
loneta, writes1 'Driving's New Discov
ery is doing splendid work here. It
cured me about live time of terrible
coughs and colds, also ray brother of
a severe cold in his chest and more
than 20 others, who used it on my ad
vice, we hope this great medicine
will yet be sold in every drug store in
Porto Eico." For throat and lung
troubles it has no equal. A trial will
convince you of its merit. 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by Paull Drug Co.
Mr. J. C. Yates, recenty bought Mr.
George Jessee's interest in their part
nership well drilling machine and is
now in full and complete control of
two splendid rigs. He took some con
tracts, last week for drilling in .Tames
town and lias finished a well for Mr.
W. S. Knight of that city. We have
no hesitancy in recomending Mr.
Yates, to the people of Eussell county,
as a man who understands his busi
ness or as a man who haa all along
lived up to a square deal in every par
ticu lar.
Mr. W. H. Wilson has rented a com
modious house on Chestnut street
near Second,Louisville,andwill remove
his family to the city about the 10th
of this month, and will open a" board
ing house. He will cater to the trade
of this section, and he invites his Co-lumbia-aud
Adair county friends to
stop with him when in Louisville.
Mr. Wilson is an accommodating gen
tleman and himself and his excellent
wife will do their best to make his
guests feel at home.
"There could he no batter medicine
than Chamberiain's Cough Eeraedy.
My children were all sick with whoop
ing cough. One of them was in bed,
had a high fever and was coughing
up blood. Cur, debtor gave them
Cliambei Iain's Cough Remedy and the
first dose eased them, and three. bot
tles cured them," says Mrs. E. A.
Donaldson, of Lexington, MIsk. For
sate by Pull Drug Co.
A position Is Certain.
ISo one has ever completed Tele
graphy and Railroad accounting in
Bowling Green Business University
without getting a position immediate
ly. It usually requires only live or
six months to complete the course.
The twenty-ninth of October was
the birthday of three of f r. E. W.
Eeed's children Robert, nenry and
Frances. On that day Mr. Reed's
wife died, a remarkable coincident.
. Wantedr--Peafowls, $1.50 each.
W. T. Ilodgen,
Bojc,bS2, Campbellsville, Ky.
Mr. X. ;A. Tutt will complete this
week a substantial brick wood house,
It adjoins the cook room of the resi
dence, making it very convenient
I have a good yoke of k work cattle
or sale. J. A. Caldwell:
52-2t
A HOME WEDDING.
Miss Ruth Summers and Mr. 0.
C. Hamilton Married at 11:30
0'cIocR Yesterday.
Only the FamilY and a Few Friends Present.
Yesterday afternoon at 11:30 o'clock
Miss Ruth Summers, daughter of Mr.
W. P. Summers, one of Columbia's
best young ladies, was married, at the
residence, to Mr. O. C. Hamilton, an
excellent young man, who has made
his home in this place for several
years, but who at present is employed
at Frankfort. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. J. 11 Crawford in
the presence of the family and a few
special friends. It was beautiful and
impressive.
Immediately after the rites the
couple left for Frankfert, carrying the
best wishes of their Columbia friends.
Tn testimony of the popularity of
this very deserving couple, many
beautiful and useful presents were re
ceived. Hurt Hays,
Yesterday, Nov. 5, 1012, Miss Verna
Hurt, daughter of Mr. and Mr. A. I.
-Hurt, this place, was married in
GftlcsVurg 111., to Mr. W. Woodruff
Hays, an industrious and popular.
young fanner.
Immediately after the ceremony
Mrs. Hays left for Columbia, Ky.,
where she will spend two months,
visiting her parents. Mr. Hays will
visit here later, and about the last of
Decemberwill return withliis bride to
his Illinois home.
All of the bride's friends here are
glad that she lias been wedded to a
gentleman of her choice, and stand
ready to extend to her the hand of
congratulation.
A Good Farm for Sale.
L will on Monday,' the 2nd day of
December, 1912, at the premises, sell
at public sale, to the best and highest
bidder, the land of the late E. E.
Philpott, which lies in Washes Bot
tom on Cumberland river in Cumber
land county, Ky., consisting of about
2oo acres of river bottom land in cul
tivationis well watered and well
adapted to grain, grass and stock
raising, also about 315 acres of timber
land. Terms one-half cash and bal
ance in one year. Any one wishing
more information will call on or
write, .1. 1. Philpott, Executor.
A rat. Ky.
Is your husband, cross? An irrita
ble, fault finding disposition is often
due to a disordered stomach. A man
with good digestionis nearly always
good natured. A great many have
been permanently cured of stomach
trouble by taking Chamberlain's
Tablets. For sale by Paull Drug Co.
Mrs. U. L. Taylor, of this place,
met with an'accident while in Louis
ville, two weeks ago. She made a
misstep and fell, bruising one of. her
hips ery badly. After the accident
she returned to tyie home of hor
daughter, White Mills, where she was
visiting, but she has not been able to
walk with any comfort since.
'it is pleasure to tell you that
Chamberlaiu's Cough Remedy is the
best cough medicine I have ever used,
writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lav
onia, Ga. UI have used it with all my
children and the results liave been
highly satisfactory." For sale by
Paul! Drug Co.
It is important that every member
of the Odd Fellow's Lodge, this place,
be at the Hall Thursday night of this
week. There will be work, and -the
local lodge will be assisted by visiting
Odd Follows. Let every, member be
sure aud attend.
For Sale,
One extra good harness horse, ten
years old, is used to automobiles. If
taken at once a bargain.
T. A. Murrell.
The testimonial meeting of the Pro
gressives, last Monday, was fairly well
attended. Several testified in a point
ed manner as to the greatness and
goodness of their cause.
Flakes of snow fell here Saturday
morning.
Wanted: Wood and buttei atL.
W. T. S.
Halloween Party.
Thursday night a Halloween party
Svas given at the home of Miss Vic
Hughes, in honor of Miss Myrtle Zim-
merman, of South Carolina. The
house was beautifully decorated, suit
able to the occasion. The residence
was darkened, except candles placed
in the windows, through the hall and
rooms.
The guest began to arrive about
8:15 o'clock in their different garbs,
each couple representing different
characts's. After a while spent in
each wondering who the other one
was, tl ley were directed by the host
ess to detach a string which had been
fastened to the wall in the lower hall,
and follow the course of the string
where it led them through halls, up
stairs and down, through rooms and
until they came to the end where
they were expected to iiud their spook
partner, and there they unmasked.
After visiting the fortune tellerthe
guest repaired to the dinning room
where delightful refrestments were
served. After refresements, around
with a game of, hankerohief was perti
cipated in on the lawn for a while,
then all despersed for home, each loud
in their praisos for the joyful occasion.
A Great Building Palls
when its foundation is undermined,
and if the foundation of health
good digestion is attacked; quick
pollupse follows- On the lirst signs
of Indigestion, Dr. King's New Life
Pills should be taken to tone the
(stomach and regulate liver, kidneys
f" - "- - -
and bowels. Pleasant, easy, safe and
only 25 cents at Paull Drug Co.
Public Sale.
On Saturday November the 9th, I
will sell my household and kitchen
furniture, also 2 good cows and jersey
heifer calf, 2 good hogs, one good
mare, farm implements and other
articles too numeros to mention.
Sale at my residence near' Columbia,
being at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. Nora McCoffree.
52-2t
Lost.
A chain wrench between Columbia
and Jamestown, ou Eussell Springs
roads. Will pay the finder for its re
turn. Leave at News ollice.
J. C. Yates.
A National Business School.
Kentucky is the home of an institu
tion that is now enjoying a national
reputation, AU the southern States
f and mote than half of the Northern
are now sending students to the Bowl-
ing Green 'Business University. Its
graduates hre also io strong demand
and are employed as they complete
their courses.
often the j
The boy's appetitu is
source og amazement. If
you would
have such an appetite take Chamber-
Iain's Tablets. They not only cronte
a healthy appetite, but stretgblen
the stomach and enable it to do its
work naturally. For sale by Paull
Drug Co.
Rev J. R. Crawlord will conduct the
League at the Methodist church next,.
Sunday evening at 6:15 o'clock. All
the young people of town are ecrJially
invited.
Big Singing a! the Bridge.
Cabbell and Jones will sing at the
new bridge next Sunday afternoon at
2 o'clock p. m. Every body invited
to come and bring' your books.
- Far Sale.
Two first-class sewing machhies, and
one piano.
S. If. Hancock.
Don't wasts- your money buying
strengthening plasters. Chamber
lain's Liniment is cheaper and-bctter.
Dampen a piece of flannel with it and
bind it over the affected partn and it
will relieve the pain and soreness.
For sale by Paull Drug Co.
$5. down, and $1 a week, buys a good Sewing
Machine at Sinebirs.
Born, to the wife of Sam A. Steven
son, a daughter Oct. 25.
Mrs. CM. Herriford met with a
painful accident last Fonday. She
was in a buggy and near the Harris
bridge. Something scared the horse
and he ran, Mrs. Herriford being
thrown from the vehicle, bruising her
about tho head and body. She will
recover in a few days.
GARNETT REFERS
TO FORMER LETTER.
Attorney General Has No Conxa
mem Concerning Goebel
Matter.
READY FOR TAX CASES..
Justus Good's open letter to Gov
McCreary, in regard to collecting fran
chise tax. and suggesting that the
i attorney uenerai suouiu ue given ex
' tra legal help, has brought forth the.
j following from Mr. Garnent:
, Frankfort, Ky., Nov., I.- Attorney
General Garnettlhadjno comment to
1 make on the suggestion coutained in
the open letter ofjJ ustus Goebel, pub
ished Thursday, that-additional coun
sel should be employed to represent
the State in the suits tiled by the
railroad and express companies hi
Federal Court toenjoin collection of
franchise taxes under the increased
assessments of I9l2:but said he re
mains of the same opinion as when he
recommended to. Gov. McCreary a
month age tho employment of Attor-
ney John Rich,of;Covinton, who has
been retained in tr.e caes of the
State.
Progress has beejna(le in. the prep
ftratton of the casesl'uyjthe State, and
they will be ready for the hearing on
the introductory injunction before
Federal Judge Cochranhere Novem
ber 20. The outcome ofjthat hearing
will not be final, as it islon a motion
of the railroads to grant a restraining
order, pending disposition of the cases
on final hearing. The real test will
come then.
LETTKU TO GOVBUXOIC
In his communication to Gov. Mc
Creary Attorney General Garnetb
said: "The State islvitally interested
in the result of these suits in winch
the collection of 3207,828.57 of taxes is
involved. It is true that the State
has mauy actions pending in the State
Fiscal Court and in the Court of Ap
peals, and that this department is of
ten called on by the various depart
ments of the State for advice, and it
will require much time and labor to
prepare for the trial of the actions in
the Tnited States District Court.
However, I will suggest that there
are connected with the Attorney Gen
eral's Department, Charles II. Morris,
M. M. Logan, O. S. Hogan, and D. O.
Myatt, all of wliom are able lawyers
and willing workers, and in point of
ability they are equal to auy arm of
lawyers known to me. In the light of
j the record.
which these gentlemo
have made in the Court of Appeals, t
feel that 1 am warranted in saying
J that they can and will manage the
j suits pending iu the United States'
District Court as well, if not better,
than any other firm of lawyers, and Hi
is my purpose to devote my time Is
land give these cases my personal afe-
tent ion
ALL CASKs rBETARKD.
'The Board of Assessment and Yal
suation did not request me to be piw
ont, as they had a right to do, at Om
heating of any of tliese eases except
tlie L. & K., but in anticipation of
litigation my entire office force re
mained in Frankfort during the sum
mer months briefing and preparing
cases in tlie State Fiscal Court and;
the Court of Appeals. All the cane
wherein the State is interested have
been prepared for the Slate Fiscal
Court aud on the first day of tlie foil
term of the Court of Appeals all Com
monwealth cases were ready for suit-
mission, which leases but Little work
in that court. '
'I cannot concur m tlte opinion of
the Board of Assessment and Val
uation .when they say that an emer
gency exists for the reason assigned.
by them. This board had in ita em
ploy John Rich, of th Covington bar,
who, I am Informed, gathered and
maxslialed the facts aud briefed the
law which was presented to the
board, and upon which it based the
finding complained of. From inj '
conversations with Mr. Rich I find
that he is in possession of all the facts
necessary to prepare the defense in
these casob; that by reason of his con
nection with the Board of Assessment
and V&luatiou daring the last four
months lie is peculiarly qualified to
give great assistance to this depart
ment in preparing ,he defense in
these cases, and he is in possession ofr
Information which would-require sev
eral weeks of labor and study forme
to gather, and on this account I ber
lieve that I am warranted'in saying tv
you that an emergency now exists
suflicient to authorize you tA rol"y
Mr. Rich to assist in the preparation
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