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ITilE ABAIR COUNTY NEWSJo1UME 6 COLUMBIA AJJAifl COUNTY a KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4J 1903 NUMBER 51 POST OFI ICE REcTORY JM RUSSELL POSTMASTER HT BAKER DEPUTY POSTMASTER Office hours weekdays 00a m to 539 pm COUnT DIRECTORY CouiTeoDRT Three sesiloni a yearrTtlrd Monday In January third Mondliyln May and Third Monday In September Circuit Judge W WJones Commonwealth AttorneyNH W Aaron Sheriff P W Circuit Cleric JBCofiey First Monday in each mouth Judge T AMnrrell County AttorneyJaOnnettJr- I t T a aiuiu Jailer J K P Conover tAssessorESurveyor R T McOaffree School dUpIW JoneswCoroner Bnsen CooBTrRognlarcourt second Monday in each month JudeT Davidson Attorney Gordon Montgomry Marshal O T Flowe- rsUUURCU a DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN sra1TRevwpastor Se in each month 8and y choolat9a m every iabbath Prayer mating every Wedneidaj night METHODIST Rer E M Metcalf pastor Services drat Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night RAPTIBTcGnnuNSBumo Bev J P Scruggs pastor PlrstandthirdBundaybeach month- S lIday chool every Sabbath am Prayer a meeting Tuesday night is OHRI8TIAN CAMPBBIISVIILI Pirn Eld W K Azbill is Pastor Serrlcet Second and Fourth Sundays in each month Sundayschool every Sab bath at t39am Prayer meeting Wednesday night is LODGES MASONICcNo F and AKBegn lar meeting in their hall over bank on FrI day night on or before the fall moon in each do month WACofieyWM W D Jones Secretary F B A M No meet Friday night alterfnll moon itJ MDRBBU H P W W Secretary VETIERYw Pistulo PollevU splints spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices I am fixed to take care of stock S D ORENSHAWrou X mile from Columbia on Disappointment S O NEATWITH OTTER COW- HOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTSne Louisville Kentucky 1 CFsGRA1DY DENTIST t0bwork 901111 ICE over Russell Murrells Store Columbia Ky xXXXiXXX ix ScientilleShoelogo I am ready to do Black Smith ing of any kind from horse sho eby ng to the repairing of the finest vehicles 1 will make a ePeoial of shoeing horses with diseased hoofs and guarantee satisfaction My shop is located back of livery ask Barbee Robertson Give me your workJ COFFEY J Illmore Hotel W M WILMORE Prop QradyVille KentucT- I HERE is no better place to stn thanat the aboved named hotel Good samplerqoms and atlrstclass table Bates very reasonable Feed stable attached t c Lr 0 GOOD ROADS Three or more noticeable forces hav been worktug in aid of the good roads rmlJvementln the United States spar rom forces r pregeirte d In the growing recocoiti in cif tbe commercial importance ot good high ways It is well understood that excellent rends encourage agricultural aud other enterprises by faclllatinit the transportation of products of farm and factory and so there is a steadily growing determination to construct through fares of most approved pattern Of the three eabordlnateforce hat stimulate and encourage th struggle tor good roads one is some hat dormant at the present time but the other two are alive and gaining every day The bicycle came years ago as an unexpected aid toward the creation o sentiment for good roads Used chieily for pleasure when at the height of its popularity the bicycle set men to thinking about good highways who formerly had not taken any interest In the subject How much tbe bicycle did for good roads cannot be estimated but there is no doubt that it accomplished much With the decline for the wheel as a pleasure vehicle its importance as a factor in road building naturally declined When the bicycle began to be less conspicuous on the highways the au tomoblle began to make its appearance road machine which like the bicycle peculiarly dependent on good roada tor its successful employment There good reason to believe that the au tomobile is not a passing tad among pleasure seekers If the automobile not in its present form anideal vehicle it at least suggests a model road carriage and Inventors will not in their efforts to perfect It Automobile owners are men who can a greatdeal in the interest of gooa roads Besides the autowagons or carriages there is now the engine propelled bicycle a machine which as is now or in some modified form is likely to come within the reach of persons of moderate means The use automatic trucks and delivery agons may gradually extend from cities to country and further em phasizes the advantages of good high waysPromoters of the rural free delivery system foresawthe influence that tb development of the system would exert on road building and tome be lieved that tbe Government thronging h tak the condition of roads into consideration when deciding on the establishment and maintenance of tes would be able to accomplish a immense amount toward highway building That good roads are neces sary for economical and satisfactory rural free delivery is obvious and if the carriers themselves unite and use all legitimate means for securing roads wUlIglected highways WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN Recently the New York Central rail way peremptorily discharged 1600 men The Pennsylvania system dis charged some 1200 Down on th IiSouthern Pacific 1000 more have beeDI laid off indefinitely Out in Mon tana 20000 miners are suddenly thrown jut of work And these are only the big items in a JlstTof labor reductions that in the aggregate will probably reach over 100000 and means loss to the dailY wagebought living and com torts of a half million people Are these some of the fine results of republican prosperity for which the people everywhere are being advised that partys spellbinders to stand pat Can uncle Mark Hanna arise in explainty the r 4y under whose regime the wholesale lockouts of labor are occurring What explanation caw Secretary Shaw make to the hungry shrivering household of many of these men to convince them that their hard winter lot is one of the blessing of his financial saFp of the speculators of Wall street Will President Roosevelt order his secretary of the treasury to go to the relief of these discharged laborers he did when be directed him to lend orkpmore not tortrust are collapsing money is being hidden away enterprises calling fur labor are being cancelled and the i stIfi a41 working men are the scrapegoats o reepublican party is up against a series o very omlnus and dangerous interroga tion points with thousands of voters andbhlndSOUTH CAROLINAS SHAME Tne Tlllman verdict was a dlsgrac to the entire State of South Carolina It was in brief a prostitution of jut flee a debauchery of the law afh ant goimurder exs 10er years been under the absolute sway and control of a gang of cutthroats murderers and eatTheto stand boldly forth and expose the powtera editor of the Columbia State wassbo downUke a dog on the streets of Jts capital by a fellow whom he had shown up in his true colors No more cold blooded or dastardly assassination ever placed a crlmsom stain on the os cutcheon of a people In murdering Gonzales Til man was undoubtedly the tool of the ring which Gonzales menaced with hla unfearlng publicity When Gonzales was shot down the freedom of the press was slam in South Carolina and the infamy was made complete when the jury swayed by political pull rendering its verdict freeing the assassin and con demising the dead It is small wonder that people are leaving South Carolina in large born bers to seek residences in States and communities where there is some re gard for law and some chance forn honest men This TUlman trial infamy will acn celerate the exodus and the State which once wore the proudest laurel in the Southern sisterhood will soon be left to the unholy gang which has made its name a synonym for shame Ellzabethtown News DOES NUT SNOW HIS FATHER New York Oct 26Inhis mornin address today Dowie said that heha no right to the name of Dowle and that be did not know who his own father was The occasion for the statement was certain letters publish ed by a morning newspaper blea If own father Years ago Dowle said he had the painful revelation made to him that John Murry Dowie to who the letters were written was not his of father He said the elder Dowie hand ed him certain documents on whichhe declarn as td that he was the was Soybinds of certain persons for years During his address be again dedounc ed fate newspapers rind demanded the establishment a censorship to protect clergymen politicians judges and business men from newspaper attacks The housetphoase visitation in Jersry City by Dowieiteswas begun to day THE DOWIE DELUSION It is greatly to be hoped that t farcical features of the Dowle dalQ n NoR Yorkwll prove Jjegl nID of the end of John Elllck and his d lusion We haveiefralned thuf from treating him or biscuit with seriousness Such strange apostles and such fanatical crazes are not uncommon in human history Th country has seen many ttbemand the most or them are hat redlculous memories now The religion mis celled of John Elllck isplainly doom to dwindle end in disaster and be listed with the other lights hatI failed The most plausible estimate Dowle that we can make is that he is a psychological performer Somehow he has brought himself into that in meric skill whereby he lean produce consensual focussing of the wills minds inbifc average crowds to the 8tatn where his assertions seem to be inspirations Tnd his cbmmandsare artobeyed as though they are of actual spiritual authority Ofhers long before his advent hi shownthesame skiiHn the same way but none of them except BrIgham Young has been table to make their powers productive of great material enterprlsesand the storing up ot grea wealth Dowie is shrewdly frank enough to declare the money getting element his eperatlonp what like Judas he wants onlyi 11elp ilk bdor wt l tl itLo r taving essayed his great crusade on Itta re turn to Zion like a tailless fox shorn alto of further power to excise faith lead after him fresh victims TLut should be the fitting end of Dowle and hlsdcrvlsbwhlrllDgAt lanta Constitution JW JSHOW FOR DRINKING MAN Is the Cincinnati Southern Railroad ng to build a large hotel at Somerset for its employees This isan unconfirmed rumor The stringent rule adopted by the Q O regardlbg the use of intoxicating lipuor among its peinorder was recently put in fosce here and at Lndlow which prohibits the calling of say jf the trainmen to buildingtneara was r that an employee cannot board IDa hotel where intoxicants are sold Any employee seen coming from a saloon is as good as disCharged for such ha been the fate of ell trainmen about each pleas The outcome this new departure has been the ground of many conjectures The common talk among the railroaders that the company will bull d thre large hotels onjbe Toad for the ac commodations of its men and that one of them will be built here Som eyelet Journal 1FYOU WOULD LIVELONG It Is well known that women live longer than men Sleep on the right side and sleep as as you can Keep tha bedroom window open all Have the morning bath at body temperature Take plenty of exercise in the open airWatch the three Da drinking water dampness audjdralns Worry less walk m feat less and imgbreathidand often MEDICAL SOCIETIES Adair Rnsaell County Medics Bnlletiongyou want to see and feel genu ine hospitality t and enjoy old fashioned courtesy the kind doctorms the mountains of South Central Kentucky whose rule in life is toI guard and do by things of they by their own you shoal- visit the Russell Springs Medical ciety at one of its annual Aug ust gatherings when the water tapie It is Bnigeneris Dr Carpenter the Councillor for the Seventh District and the writer received a pressinginvita Lion from the Secretary to meet with the doctors of the district August 18th and 14th ult which we gladly accepted Arriving on the scene Thursday immedihetely repaired to the little ohura Standethe e areiona r ere The Councillor whose versatili ty is coextensive with themoun tains had the advantage of me in Isbeing president of the society He at once rapped the gavel expressed his thorough appreciation of the great honor which his election impliede and with hearty thanks for this proud distinction began the business of the twelfth annual session ofIt was refreshing to witness the unanimity of the unity which characterized the proceedings maetiesng The society reckons its memb ngfrom Russell Adair flint onhadand Wayne counties Russell Springs has been always the peimauent place of meeting it is centrally located j the h acoommodatibnB laregood famedPader itsinfluenoo as a fluid of daily consumption it is a nutriment apIproachingeliminated hence its attract those who have long praot the art of Aesculapius Time and apace will not permit Ire to go ufAtdetxil but etceUt1u I rj i l np to date papers were read Dr U L Taylor was made President Dr Wm Blair Vice ScoreLaryereThe Board of Censors is com posedof Dre W R Grissom R D Hovious and J B Seholla coterie of most excellent gentlemen The time for the 1904 meetin ThursdayiuYours graaComfort ye comfort ye my ople saith your God We have failed to be impressed with these stately words It touches ones heart to know that God WIshes His people to be comforted He knows their needs j their bur dens j their heartaches j their sor Tows and He would comfort them even as a mother comforteth her remindlthere is a great comfortthanfpeople need enconragementmore- hancriticism They need to be manyethan we suspect that need com fort What higher office can one aspire to in this world than to be a bearer of Gods tender love and sympathy to the weary and and heavyladen ones of earthfe It is known that many brilliant frequentlpaalledhave spellers One well known professor of a Chicago university is a nc torioualy poor speller and he glo ries in the foot claiming that time spent in learning to spell is ProfessorTompkinhass cJaeta one better in declaring the t the study of grammar is a waste ghhoweverfunwhen the arguments begin to fly on English aff she is Spoke and wrote AN UNUSUAL SPECTACLE The unusual spectacle of President the United States taking an active part and using the influence of his great bfilca In a State election is pre sented in Maryland where Theodore Roosevelt is using his utmost endeavors to control the electlorf This con eyeds means more than the tariff the trusts or any question The Democratic quehs t issue of the campaign The President knows that the Democratic success in that State will be a rebuke to his elofforts totorce race equality upon the South by having negroes with him and negro wowed at his receptions He is endeavoring to secure an endowment of his own actions by securing vIc- tory in Maryland Senator Gorman opposehgauntlet to the Republicans on this issue President Roosevelt who has forced the issue upon tbe South by his own actions is in violation of all precedent and custom using the pow of blsPresidlntial office to secure an indorsement the Bogker Washing incident and others of similar character Should the President succeed it will not only be a long step in the rectlon of race equality in but will have a pernicious effect in Kentucky and throughout the South How are the voters of Kentucky g- oling jo answer President Theodoregy Roosevelt on Nov 3rd Elizabeth town News ereTae mule which heretofore hasis a place exclusively his own in the animal kingdom now has a Cam pedl tor in the zebrula The zebrula has been by a German scientist otelbetngacross between the parse and e at shJpmforUnited States It is said that the ze brula Is an extremely sagacious mal and possesses strength and end ur sate top in excess of those of the hor6e or mule The new animal retains the zebraiCOd It prepariBg to start a zebrula farm in fioBQBpgrtottbe WestBs iris believcd the anlmllsVill become tarp popnfar r 1 IPOULTRY NOTES Hens to be profitable should be carefully fed and If they are wtll cared for they will give a profit If hens are fed on varied toad they must lay eggs Cull your1 lick and keep only tht so that show at least a few marks of progress There are so many good keepinggHens require a certain amount of mineral matter In their food Most ins contain some essential mineral matter bran and bone being rich in phosphates and among the best foods that can be used for growing chicks Many a city girl falling in health could find health and enjoyment in the care of poultry It there was a chance provided outside of town to raise poultry The farmers daughter can have this chance on every farm Why dont more of them take to it ThomasMetcalf of Danville cob verted to Do wielsm has disposed of his estates in Boyle and Lincoln coun ties and will leave next week for New York to Join Dowie the repute Elijao II in his crusadee against vice In New York Later he will return with the host to Zion City where be expects to make his abode Mr Met crlfe is wealthy and Is a substantial citizen in other respects He has sold his entire possessions and has not let the price stand between him and a sale though advised that by waiting a w months he could realize much better prices A man convicted of burglary in Nebraska has appealed to the Supreme Court of that state on tne ground that the bloodhounds that traced him were not competent witnesses that they did not take the oath that it was im possible to crossexamine them and that they did not face the accused as required by the state Constitution Edward R Kramer cashier of the First National Bank of Alle eny Pa which suspended last week Death was caused by apoplexy followed by paralysis ADAULCrCUrP COURT Central Ky Asylum Pills vs Notice Michael Abrell ic Detts j I will on Monday Nov 2 1903 at the court house door In Columbia Ky sell on a credit of six months three tracts of lead which are described in the Judgment rendered in this action at the Sept term 1903 of the above court L B Hurt Garnett Garnett Master Comr Attorneys ADAm CIRCUIT COURT Lucy Burton c Plffs vs Notice William D Burton c Detts I will on Monday November 2 1903 atebe court house door In Columbia Ky sell at public auction on a credit six months six tracts of land which are described in the Judgment renderoed in this action at the Sept of this conrt L B Hurt Garnett Garnett Master Comr AttorneysIADMIt CIRCUIT COURT Geo W Petree Pill vs Notice Della Hardens Admr D ttII will on Monday November 2 sell at public auction at the court boars door in Columbia Ky an un divided oneseventh interest in a tract partlcersame made to the Judgment rendered in this action at the September term 1903 Garnett R Garnett L B HurtsAttorneys CoUndc vs Notice W Lisle Atkins S c Detts I will on Monday November J 1903 at the court house door in Columbia sell at public auction on a credit of six months an undivided onesixth interest in 142 acres of land For a more particular description reference made to the Judgment rendered in action at the September ter 1003 L B Hurt Garnett Garnett Master Corn r Attorneys ADAIR CIKCUIT Cotftii N M Tuftr Pill vs Deftthe Notice JasTPagePlff vssal Deft I will on Monday November 2 0 at the court house door in Ky sell at public auction on a credit of six months 82acres of land which renderareof this court h Mutt Rollln Hurt Master Com V Attorney t8 0 if v BOBBITT HOTEL LEBANON KY J D BOBBITT SON Proprietors Railroad Street Within Fifty Yards of the Depot 0 fSTNewly and neatly furnished accomwodaLloDsfOl Trade cf Adair and adjoining counties S3Cfaly solicited m 7SDSTONE I nave an Excellent MAD STONE which has been tried hi about one hundred cases snakebitescan cite iou to many of tbe case Wri te or call en meat CAMP KNOX K- YJAH+ Cs M WISEMAN SON + JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stones aSpecial attention given to work and WestMarketOposite Music Hail LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY BIG FOUR ROUTE Summer Tourist Line MOUNTAINS LAKES FOREST AND SHOnEINEW YORK AND BOSTON The Travelers Favorite Lino Chicago Pullman Sleeping Jars Strictly Modern Indianapolis Peoria and all MichiganUnequaled Modern Equipment Fast Sched ules Write for Summer Tourist book WARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPE Qenl Pass Ticket Agt Asst PTA CINCINNATI OHIO S J GATES General Agent Louisville Kyii CIIEAP LANDS For Homeseekers anti Colonies BeltRouteNorthwest Louisiana and Texas ffers the greatest opportunities for Homeseekers Mild climate good water cheap building material abund ance of fuel and soil that will often payforas cheap as S250 an acre prairie land at 84 and 86 per acre up bottom land 85 and 86 per acre up improved or partly cleared land at 810 and 815 per acre up Some line propositions for coloniestracts of 2000 to 8000 acres at to S10 per acre big money iu this for a good organizer Fruit and trnck tomatosat 310 to 20 per acre up Write us for information abourcheap rates excursion dates al o literature descriptive of this great country and let us help you find a thanTpay every year E w LABEAUM G P c T A Cotton llell Route St LouisMO PEOPLE OF COUNTYmCan save money by mailing a postal for the goods listed below Pitchers Castoria170Per- una 67c Swamp Root67c 16ctoj v lSc Everything at tnt rates r f eeloily HALt mmmLf- iul j kiiiiiiy h 9 0 t t r u lc t k Hk11t1V PI1 b ubnShet1 tV3ry Ww1thSs- 3Ti TU I dair OUIlty IViS o ATtnlICSA8 8 tFYA1L1Iit Editor ttdothelcterDeets otthe city Adair and adjacent counUcp Entered at the Oclnmbi rowD1cZ1 and cls mall matter WED NOV 4 1903 COCKADOODLE DOO The old Cabin is too shaky to even keep out the rain UNOFFICIAL VOTE OF ADAIR COUNTY Precincts e I g E ColumbIa 201 214 146 W Columbia 127 123 133 119 Milltown 102 171M 74 Keltner 24 150 26 146 Gradyville 101 173 116 158 Elroy 102 93 114 89 Harmony 91 54 99 49 Glenvilie T 165 109 181 94 White Oak 108 191 118 179 Little Cake 91 163 106 134 Pellyton 79 67 86 59 Roley 108 163 100 163 Cane Valley 142 214 148 212 The candidates for the min or State offices run with the heads of their respective tickets Mr J F Neat candidate for Circuit Court Clerk had no opposition but he run ahead of the Republican ticket Dr L C Nell for Representative rev oeived the full vote oftils party Now that the election is over let every body get to business Hon John D White indipend ent Republican candidate for Con gress to be voted for the 10th of this month spoke at the court house last Thursday night About one hundred persons heard him Mr White has friends in Adair county who will stamp under his device on the day of the eletion He is polite in mdnners a strong and forcible speakerfar in ad vance of his opponents interlect ually The Judicial race in this district was one of interest but Mr Hurt had to face a normal Republican majority of full three thousand and his election was not expected bat the returns so farindicate that ho has cut it down full onehalf From start to finish Mr Hurt re ceioved many flattering promises from Republicans throughout the district but several hundred could not stand the powerful pressure of of the party lash and they dropped into the Belknap column and took it straight but the many who re sisted party pleading and party pressure are to be oongratulated on having the nerve to carry out their honest political convictions The Democrats of this county should tender their thanks to Mr Gordon Montgomery for his able managment of the campaign and while we failed to carry the county yet a splendid fight was made So far as we know the fight for this important position was made bythe contestants on high and honorable plains that no ill feel ings exist Wo are certain that nothing but good feelings exist op our part for both of the dis tingnished gentlemen and while we did all we could for Mr Hurt yet we have no ill feeling for Mr 7 Bakerit is congratulations for one and tender feelings for the Qther The News supported Mr Hurb and the entire Democratic tjUtibkdt in that manner that nee- dsinoP apology to offer any man ss party We have never sought consolation in lambasting and vilifying opponents but have presented our viewsand made our fight recognizing the honest con victions and worthy asperations- Of those wfco differ from ti r + l i a L V tc CROW for the NE 5s GL OO iJSJ 0 Beckhams Majority in the State Estimated at from Twenty to Thirty Thousand As we go to press the returns from over the State are incomplete but a sufficiency has been heard to warrant us in making the state ment that Mr Beokham and tho entire State Democratic ticket have been elected by from twenty to thirty thousand majority Our information is that the city of Louisville and Jefferson county gave a majority of five thousand In nearly all the Demooratio counties heard from the Demo cratic vote was increased and the Republican vote reduced Never in the State did Democrats work more earnestly They w ent to the election with a determination to Robert Rawhngs who was a prominentMarion county farmer living at Gravel Switch committed suicide last week No reason is assigned for the deed ELECTION EOHOS Democrats voted early and strong H C Wolford fought like his lamented sIre from the time the polls opened until they closed Geod byBellnap and Business Put your Bellknp and Business buttons in the back yard Mr James Montgomery and N M Tutt were valiant workers Our country boys God bless them were here Tuesday full of faith overflowing with Demoeracy and their power was felt James Garnett Jr was on the scene of action Tuesday full of vigor and determination His york as member of the State central committee was of much worth Mr W H Wilson showed his worth as a hustler laft Tuesday in fighting she battle for Democracy W E Bradshaw was on the square and in the fight Tuesday Ralph Waggenerwent after them in the fight last Tuesday GB Miller ET Willis and John W Flowers were here to vote and hit Bellknap and Businesst All the boys did good work Tuesday Durhams majority over Sweeney In Marlon county judicial district is 1000 Wrde Democrat was reelected Representatives from the counties of Green and Taylor Gorin Democrat was elected Sena tor from the counties of Hart Green and Larue James Todd and Robert Allen stood t storms and fought the battle Tues day Bollfn Hurt carried Met alfe county by 2l votes Hamilton Democrat was elected circuit court clerk by 57 majority LOSTA small daybook between Columbia and Fairplay It contains stave accountS Leave at this office and receive reward Jo Nance Next Tuesday the people of this Congressional district will elect a congressman to succeed the late Yin e1t Boreing Just at this hour we are unable to state who theconteatanta will be but it is certain that Hon JIJoD White will be on the balletan independ ant candidate Wo do not know whether Hunter or Edwards will be on the ballot but understand that Edwards will probably be the man At any rate it will be a Republican nominee by the in junction route against MrWhitI- antndependantiIepubFoan l r win and their efforts have proven successfulIn giPattesonte district comprising the counties of Green Taylor Marion and Washington he was eleoted without opposition and R L Durham Democrat easily defeated W H Sweeney for Commonwealths Attorney He carried all the counties in the dis trice by good majorities but Green That county gave a Republican majority ot about two hundred Taylor county did herself proud rolling up a majorityof over two hundred Mr WI Header was elected Circuit Court Clerk by 225 majority Mr John J Biggs will build a handsome residence on his lot on Campbellsvillo Avenue The building will be of modern design conveniently arranaed and atisti tally finished and when complet ed it will be one of the most beau tiful suburban homes near the city Mr J L McLean has the contract 1ew Department We have handsomely carpeted and fitted up for the ladies a room up stairs where we show an immense stock of Ladies Misses and Childrens CLOAKS in all the newest styles DBDSS AND WALKING SKIRTS an espec ially big assortment of finely tailored all wool Dress and Walking Skirts embracing the latest novelties in Cloaks WARM RICH TUBS Cluster scarfs Boas and Pelerines This is a Fur season and we show all the new things CARPETS A large stock of Ingrains and Brussells BUGS An enormous stock of Mo quetts Smyrnas and Axmimes tersall HUBBELL For SaleA good dwelling with five mUeIcontains one and onehalf acres of groundL V HALL Columbia Ky GRADYVILLE J 0 Browning and GeoT Bonger of Milltown were on our streets last Tuesday The Misses Bell of Red Lick were the guests ot Dr and Mrs S A Tay lot last week sT Mrs Chas Yates accompanied by her sister Mrs Priestly of Canton MIss visited relatives at Breeding last Saturday and Sunday Rev A L Mell Spent several days atKemp last week attending to pat toral work Quite a number of our Republican friends attended tbu Belknap speaking at Columbia f MrGpodroan theellkn own prc dune man f wqccompanied by laatweekOut la frifcwrt and wojlkuuwn Its urltceDl Mr tI nRoseau rJli to s tv hureafew dayiTjio i If tberels any business to M in tbA insurance linn Mr Bmea in ly gets it here Our good people arc having n ell bored on the public school ground at rllbtdlrectlon polledInbig gain Democratic Mrs Jane Turk will leave In a few day for Galllon Ala where she will spent the Winter months with her sea DrTurk Mr Jo Hunter and wife spent sever al days of last week visiting relatives at Nell H A Walker sold last week 9 of the best yearling mules of this section of country to a stock man of Cumber land county for 6666 per bead passedthroughcar load of mules en route lot the Southern market Mr J W Walker recently bought a farm near this Glace Is hav ing the dwelling repaira 1nnc iu a short time be will havj oaeof the nicest tomes in this sectlo ttbe and Mrs Rich drtO dUll ut Breeding made our tow a pleasant visit last WeeK They were the guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Yaws Froff J H Nell save a spelling one night last week which was largely attended and his pupils have made their mark in a point of spelling during this Geo T Flowers son and daughter spent a few day of last week visiting her motber at Fair Flay Mr JoBaker the popular dry goods drummer of Nashville called on our merchants last week Mrs Nona Dohoney and daughters of Cane Valley visited friends and relativesat this place several days of last week Mesdames AT Sherrlll A A Hoy Stephen Asper and their daughters were the guests of Mrs S A Taylor last Friday Mr and Mrs J J Dobonev and daughter Miss Ella spent last Satur day and Sunday with the family of Mr John Beauchamp Edmonton Smith Nell bought last week of Geo Brockman a car load of Let hogs at 371 cents Our town continues to Improve We COLUMBIA MARKET RBPORTKD BY SAY JLIWI8 Wool Grea se clean 18 Washed Wool 25 Beeswax 22 Feathers 44 Hides Green 5 Hides Dry 10 Gingeng dOC Spring Chickens 8 Old Hens 7 Eggs 15 Dried Apples 2J This report will be submitted for revisirtb wsekly ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Per IK t 1 iPpnw ftr r 4rpcntet irt op up u41 tiU trcconiniodated for anything In wearing apparel We will also have a tele phoue exchange The work pro uressiog nicely under the management of Profs Moss Montgomery and WIN son We expect to have it completed in time to quell the longing desire of the many anxious hearers with an old time Democratic majority in the good old State of Kentucky A protracted service will begin ati the Baptist church in Ms oft al1 ut the first Sumliv ivb r ir meeting will be conducted by Revs Scruggs iud Sandidge A B Wilmore of Greensburtr and J L Walker of Columbia wan hum in time to stamp under this rooster The show at the college last SaTur- day nitfbt was glad and veil attended Wt are jsiad lu Vnal Mr tam Thnniaa and hip cRtlmahl wife have I cid n tCIJsg arr1G1 NItn t tsComoiuutty Uocl that anco r bah hw e fId tii rvs twdvr rty tilt t r Mr Clem Coomtrand brother who have been In Illinois fur the past year returned to their home at Basil last Will Walker and wife visited ralatives here several of last week ESTO Bill Cook sold his farm last week to Orel Holt for 1435 Miss Myrtle Humble and Mr Oliver Barnett eloped to Tennessee and were married last week Luck to them Mr Beecber Hadley and family are visiting relatives and friends iaUet calfe county Mr Clem sold his house and 8 acres of land a few ago to Forest Selby foe 8H01 At the Hulled Brethren Conference the following appointments were made for Cumberland District Glenvilie J B Basuer Edmonton Jas I Norris Liberty C R Dean Albany J F Turner Forest Cottage A J Melton West Fork J W Maloan Purdy Mission JM Turner Tompkinsvilleto be supplied Marion Antie and W B Lynn conference Evangelist LIVE STOCK MARKET Beported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards CA1TLB Extra shipping W 04 Light shipping 4 254 50 Best butchers 3 754 15 Fair to good butchers 3 253 65 Commontomediumbtchr 3 253 00 HOGS Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 tbs V2D Fair to good packing 160 to 2QOJS 85W Good to extra light 130 to 160 Tbs 64 8HBBP urn good to extra ship- pingSheep2 50g3 00 Fair to good 2 02 50 Common to medium fr BEA3BRB88 AH E SADDItESI HAND MADE HARNESS SADDLES and Bridles are the Best I make and sell them I can furnish you anythingIin Saddlery B ggiBand Farm Machine ry Call and see me J W JACKMAN COLUMBIA KENTUCKY IT PAYS TO GET THE BEST DIAMOND WALL PLASTER Ready for use at All Seasons Not affected by frost or freezing weather Guaranteed to be theBes Plastering Material on the market Indorsed by all architects Manufac tured by InchKeiltuokyBrook and River Both Phones 2277 Louisville By X000000000 f I iTHE 100 Year days LAMBS HtU IE I R ALli100 Per Year j NEWS and COURIERMJOURNAL O- YEAR Q- n 01S0PEo r 1 subscribe ant keep posteD on tbecutcent bappcninfis of the Dap TCbe flews Qiice can N9 not be cxceliet3tn rtcal Ipblworft I 4 Ifl y NEW LIVERY FIRM MASSIE CHEWNING COLUMBIA KY v We have just purchased the livery stable from the late firm of Staples Robertson Co zi We propose to accommodate the public with firstclass rigs furnishing safe drivers It will be our aim to please our patrons and your trade is solicited- Wheat Drills either EMPIRE or SUPERIORnone better The best Fertilizer on the market for the money Hardware Farm Implements Farm Wagons Buggies and Harnes Saddles Bridles and Leather strop work Field Seeds a Specialty Come see us and price our goods Wm F JEFFRIES S- ONKENSDERFERBL IG 7 PRICES Niagara No No t C Electric fl50 eIGHT Niagara 51b- sNo7 Electric 0 25lba To know It Is to prefer It Over Soooo now In nse GT Call or send for Catalogue ggi t4 After 8 years hard usage and improvements the Blickensderfer Type writer Ig conpeded to be one of the best most efficient and most durable standard machines on the market regardless of price It can be kept in perfect working condition for as long a time as any other machine built at one tenth the cost Moore Bros 1301 F StlN1 W Washington D C GENERAL AGENTS for Maryland District of Columbia Virginia West Virginia Delaware and Kentucky WOO ION LEWIS JAS 0 LEWIS UlOOdSOI 1 ewi 9 Bro ARENOWRECEWINGFour Buggies Surreys and other vehicles Four carloads of Wagons Two carloads of Plows Oliver Chilled Plows Hillside Plows Double Shovel and Pony Plows Two carloads Disc Harrows Corn Drills Two carloads of TwoHorse Cultivators Tongue and Tongueless Walking and Riding CultivatorsOneHorse Cultivators TwoHorse Corn Plantfers i FERTILIzER Ten car loads of Fertilizer We will sell you Fertil izer at prices that will surprise you Write us for prices and information Mention Adair County Newslwhen you write WOOnSONlEWIS BROIJ Qreensburg Kentucky lI THE MAWM HOTEL iCOLUMBIA KY it IS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN Architecture containing 35 new neat and well ven V I tilated rooms It is nicely furnished r convenientlyat located and is the best hotel In Southern Kentucky Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three Sc good sample rooms for commercial men M H MAROUMP ropr + r 0000000000000000000000 f 0 n u Special Sale ReadyMade Skirts and Cloaks I If h- c WALKER COLUMBIA PERSONAL f Rev J L Murrell was In town today WO Cundiff Dunnville was here J Bell Dunnville was here last Thursday Mr Jo Coffey Jr was In CampbllsDvllle last Sunday Mr B A Mays Wllllamsburg was here a few days ago Mr J A Ward Clementsvllle was in this city Monday Mr W S Hill Campbellsvllle was in Columbia last Saturday Mr T W Wheat Tarter was here the first of the week Mr W E Morgan of Cumberland river was here Monday r Mr Steve Knifley of Knifley was was in town one day last week jtJamestownMr G W Dillon merchant at Breeding was in town Monday WIRoyseDiddle Giadyville were here Monday Mr J D Walker and wife Grady vllle were In Columbia last Sunday Miss Louise Cabell of Camp Knox is visiting relatives in Columbia Messrs A W Pedigo and Sam Terry were here Monday looking for horses Messrs E V Miller and Finis Strange Crocus were here last Sun day Mr Hiram Jackman Creelsboro visited relatives here the first of the week Mr Arthur Robinson and his two children returned from Oklahoma Saturday night Mr Silas Cain was in Marlon county last week looking at property with the view of purchasing a farm Miss Effle Bradsbaw was in Louis vllle several days of last week purchas ing a supply of millinery goods Mr W B Sublett of Cane Valley visited Mr Brack Massie and fami ly last Saturday and Sunday Misses WelrLena Tarter and Ida Reynolds paid the News office a pleasant call last Thursday Mr 0 L Collins who has been em ployed at Monticello returned hom last Saturday Mrs Steve Absher living near Yes ter was reported dagerously ill the first of the week Miss Eliza Conover and Bnfor- Mercer paid the News ogee a pleasan- call Thursday afternoon fatherIIspend the winter in Adair county Dr 0 M Bussell spent last Satur 1day and Sunday with his parents atteEr Mr G R Squires a native of this county who now lives at Miami Station Mo visited relatives and friends here last week Miss Ola Wilson who has been vis iting relatives in Louisville for the past two months returned home last Friday evening Mrs J E Garnett and two children ot this place left for Oklahoma yesterday Mr Garnett has been In Oklahoma for the past year The many friends of Mr M H Marcum will be glad to learn that he continues to Improve and hope to be himself again in a short time Mr J W Flowers who is teachi at Bowllug Green and the following pupils camebome to vote Mont Hard wick Mont Sharp and Geoage Harm Mr Sam Bryant of Springfield Ill was vUltingfn this county a few days age Mr Bryant Is a nativfeof Ad and was back to see relatives and Qi niehds While in the markIstI purchased anjj I extensive lines Ladies readytowear skirts at a very low price and am selling them very low All latest styles s f r W L KY IMENTION Mrs Anderson Holladay and ter left last Sunday for Augusta sas They were accompanied as far asI Liberty by Mrs Holladays Mr Robert Conover Misses Minnie Triplett Und Lora West Mesdames E G Atkins and L 0 Hurt visited friends and relatives in Campbellsville last week r Jas Wesley and Mr J W Whipp who have been out West for several months have returned to Kentucky and are satisfied to live in the capital of Casey Mr Wm Irvine of Camp Knox was In town Monday acd reported Improvealso reported that the farmers were busy gathering corn Mr J H Young Watson was in town Monday He informed the News that he would leave for the South In about two weeks with a car load of mules Mr Young has been trading the Southern markets for a good years and has been very successful Mr M Bey Yarberry and Miss Josie Field Mr Geo B Miller and Miss Lorena Pile Mr W Ft Hancock and Miss Erne Bradshaw Mr Sam N Hancock and Miss Sallie Damron and Martha Hancock and Judge T A Mur sisSundayt j Mr A A Strange formerly editor of the Columbia Spectator now an TnieceCloldcoStrangeseveral months and cu enpiesMr A D Patteson cashier of the Jamestown Bank was in Columbia last Sunday in company with Mrs Patteson on their return home from to Bourbon county Their little daughter Mary D who has been here sever al weeks joined her parents on their homeward journey LOCAL JOTTINGS ua brass Goods tepSli1tmeot An enormous stock of all the new cloths for Ladies DRESS SKIRTS AND TRIMINGS WAISTINGS eYou never saw such a variety of new things in Waistings as we are now showing LADIES FURNISHINGS Union Suits seperate Vest Corsetstwear Weve everything you want IIRUSSELL MURRELL nThe hog market has took a tumble Choice packers and butchers 8510 Common 150 TryMonarch coffee Its fine Russell Murrell have a number ads in the News this week Readbe their Inducements Uneeda cup of Monarch coffee Last Monday was county court great man people were in town ar ranging for the day following Monarch Coffee Mr B T Evans sold to Mr Ste Humphrey last week a thoroughbred Durock pig for 60 healtnbyof j Friends of the State tick onetsrderecoastantlyunthegolast Mon day night from dark until daylight alrDlr A W Pedlgo ol Glasgow bought a horse here Mon day from Silas cain price tlOO OUt Shoe Sto kll Kid KID PaIEAI r Welted Sole Extension Edge Low Heel VERY i SWELL For Street West SEE THIS Exact Rtpredustlsa tMi Embraces everything from the beat shops in the country We are leaders in Diane and Womena fine shoes Come tone and get the best footwear on the market RUSSELL MURRELL fColumbia Lodge No 96 F A M will confer the Master Masons degree next Monday night Bretbern of sister lodges are cordially Invited to be present Try Monach coffee Its fine I he bucker and staves belonging to Walker near Crocus were by tire Monday night of last The fire was started from theI gine Loss several hundred dollars Monarch Coffee j We desire to extend our sympathy Mr W H Williams who lives on Green river and who had the misfortune to lose his dwelling and all its contents last week No insurance Monarch Coffee tyWeacross Russells creek at Disappointment which we will publish soon for the benefit of those who have not seenI the atructureIMonarch coffee is always good Last Saturday night was Halloween and from the number of signs stepping blocks and gates removed in town we Judge the spirits were quite numerous find very industrious during the night Uneeda cup of Monarch coffee Coffey Bros Robertson left morning for Atlanta Ga with a nu ber of high class horses for that mark et They will be absent about eig days Mr A Hunn also left for t same market with a car load of cattle 500 will bay a nice jacket at W L Walkers worth double the amount Mr L B Hurt will remove this week to the residence he recently but on Jamestown street Mr H B Ga nett who lives out of town will occ residenceofMr Hurt I will sell all mens snits and overcoats at cost for the next 15 WalkerASid Dunbar living on Green River sold Clay Bottoms last week 15 head of cattle for 8277 In the same neighborhood Mr TP Knifley sold Bud headveof Dont fail to see Walkers line ready made skirts They are they are cheap and- o up dat Bemembcrtnat the ladies of the Baptist church this city will give a literary entertainment at the court house Thanksgiving evening tlocutioulstpt Stite reputation be with thein Mr John Arnold Knllley has rented the farm on Green river where Mr J H Young now resides the property of said Young and will remove to it next week Mr Young coming to his farm near Columbia The crowd who heard Mr Bollln offiternoonto be appreciated Every available place in the courtroom was occupied and many had to stand In order to hear him He spoke one and a halt hours The closest attention being paid from start to finish Mont Brockman it is who tiowasago charged with passing or attempting to pass counterfeit money has been released We take it that Mr Brockman is now with his family in this countyfluMy brick store room formerly occulr pied by Scott Montgomery one of the best in the town of Columbia is for rent N M TUTT Mr Geo Flowers has rented the room on the public square formerly occupied by Mr Jo Rosenfield as a silversmith shop It is now beIng- fitted for a barbershop to be used by Mr Flowers who will remove his place of business from the Hancock Hotel There has been a diversity of opinion about the disease cattle in this Bounty have been dying with Mr A S Staple ton was in this office a few days since and reported that the disease was bloody Murr that George Jones living on the riser had a cow to diewith the disease FOR SALE Our business house in Columbia Ky now occupied by F Sinclair Willis Bros Cave City Ky 2t communiIty afternoon at their hall It is hope from now on they will attend in grea numbers The society has accomplish much good and all the young paopl- should use their utmost endeavera to make It grow FOR SALE My restdene on Burksville street Building in good condition and all necessaay out buildings with 6 acres of land MRS E WILLIS Columbia Ky ni tohims on week Mr JH Young who purchas Mher now remove It- nextweek Mr Youcg is one of the best citizens of Adair county and the people of Columbia are glad that him self and family are to become residents of it Monarch Coffee ragru r o Compsun ions are requested to be present Monarch Coffee Mr II B McCllstcr has presented at this office a hog tush measuring seven inches sn length It was pick ed up in Rock Link Hills this tYuwhere iris said wild hogs abound in great numbers The tush has been examined by more than fifty different men all pronouncing it tjhe largest that vercame under their observation The Womans Home Companion for November is one of the banner numbers oUhe year It contains sixty four pages almost equally divided be tween fiction and special features should be a visitor to every lam This periodical grows better each ISsue Address the Crovrell Publishing Company Springfield Oblor one dollar a year tea settle a copy I t E iIhave the grandest bargains Ill Ladies I Jackets ever brought to Columbia aricl will I sell you Jacket that will nearly doubleJJie w 1I price to make We are selling them at5 1 111 T ICAPt NELL RESIGNS Hon Geo Nell of this place who has been Deputy Collector for the Fifth Dlstrlt of Kentucky for nearly two years has resigned the position and Mr JH Judd of Columbia has been appointed in his stead and Is now performing the duties of the ce Mr Nell a only reason for ra sig ning was ill health The following letter from Collector Craft shows thatI Mr Nell was held in high esteem by the Department thHyfatOctn as Deputy Collector in this Dls trlct to take effect this day has been ri eiThemuch regret and I am very frank toI that if your course had been in enced by anything other than the 1 s fohouldpersonally appealing to you to retain the position Itrnst that our friendship since you have been in office may be as mutually genuine in the future as it has been in the past Your official duties have been performed with intelligence and promptness and I assure you of my high appreciation of you and your ser- vIces B spectfully Jos A Craft Collector ChmstttiasGoods That may sound too early but 5 you know were always ahead with the good things Weve got an immense stock of pretty things suitable for Christ mas and bridal presents Large assortments of fine DECORATED CHINAWARE and OUT GLASS a PICTURESt oddefurniture leather and silk Dammask Upholstered Chairs Rockers Tables Side Boards Parlor suits Folding Beds etc If hbandheart a Christmas present come and select it how- RUSSELL MURRELL Mr RObert Myers who was the father of Mr W B Myers this place died at his late home In Glasgow last week He was 86 years old and hadI been an active business man for many years He was a man highly respect ed and left a considerable estate His son and Mrs Myres this place were with him in his dying hours T Glasgow Times has the following bet Siy about his death Mr Myers died this home here day night of diseases incident to at vanced age having passed the eighty sixth anniversary of his birth sover alZweeks ago Mr Myers had been en gaged in the milling business in this gaveIagemade It necessary to him to cease active business pursuits He had be ehJindustrious active business man from early manhood sad by praticlng economy and attending strictly to hisTown business had amassed a sufficent competence to make him independent He was a devout member of the Christ Ian church and was one of the most liberal contributors to the fond for the erection rthe new house of worship built by that denomination two years ago Mr Myers wife d lJseveral years ago He is survived dgo Datlelly ra John Prltchard of Upton Mr Will Myers of Columbia MM John San= dots Mrs N Bra ford and John Myets of Glasgow f DEATH RECORD Miss Nannie Miller Walker died at the residence of her sister Mrs W S Baileyon East Jefferson street yesterday about noon aged 18 years 8 months and 12 days Funeral services will be held at the residence at 1030 tomorrow morning interment in Oakwood cemetery Deceased was the youngest child of Tunstol C and Elizabeth Lisle Walker Fituckyis city In September 1873 to visit sister and at the death of her her their home was broken up and has since made her home with Mrs Bailey For the past ten years she has been on a steady decline and ch year the loving friends noticed health was not as goad as the pre For the five bithebut only about ten days ago was rced to take her bed Her a general nervous prostration She has been a member of the Presbyterian church of this city for many years She has always taken a spicuously active part in all churc11of work She was a member of the Christian Endeavor society the Kings Daughters and a teacher in the Sunday school ready at all times to do an erythingwork She had the honor of carving the clock which was sent from here as McDonough countys exhibit at the Worlds Fair in Chicago She also carved the communion table which is now in use in the Presbyterian church and was especially skilled in this line of work toSheand sisters Mrs W Sr Bailey Dan L of this city T Walker of Huron S D Robert T of Barrow Wis Edwin of Chalmers township and Dr Chalmers who makes his home with Mrs Bailey Maoomb Ill Journal Mrs A B Dowdy of Campbellsvllle entertained Wednesday afternoon at her home on Lebanon pike with a Halloween Beception e house was beautifully decors anthemums and autumjUflMlbd 11I luminated by will fpnights The assmblp was chiefly composed o younger members of society an- atrons and maids the men befn conspiclous by their absence Be orIed as the Witches of Endor Th ours were delightfully spent by all resent and as one by one the goes departed each visitor expressed muc pleasure and seemed so truly delighted that no greater compliment could have been paid to their hostess than their regrets at leaving Mesdames L 0 Hurt and E G Atkins and Misses Minnie Triplett and Lora West of Columbia who were honored with In vitations and who were in attendanc- esire to return thanks through t News for the enjoyment they experienced during the few hours they were permitted to mingle witb Campbells vllle friends PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY ChapelsW OClements Columbia T Williams Dunnville AH BaughEito J F Roach Harrods Fork G W Montgomery McCormack J Q Montgomery Bradfordsvlllc F Barger Christian Chapel FT Lewis Mt Carmel A L bleu Grady viile J7 Campbell Concord JL Adkios Russell Springs W T Short Cane Valley J B Debord Foundation W KAzblUColawbia T Huffakar Thurlow JP Scruggs Zion F Hopkins Bethel sidle I have a large and ellaESOr fed stuck of outing in all colors nice heavy m 8at5Qper yard WiTa11CAr Messrs Hughes Coffey have sold JamesHughestore at this place the inventory to MrEdInOklahomaneeds to be looked aftejr hence Mr Coffey will snood a portion of next Hughestimerst National Bank- MARRIED A T LEBANON To day at 10 oclock at the Baptist parsonage in Lebanon Mr J H Judd and Miss Lillie Eubank both of this city were united In marriage by Bev Graves pastor of the church In Lebanon This announcement will not be a surprise to the residents of Colum a as it has been an eafected event- forseveralpears tThe groom was formerly Circuit court clerk of Adairtounty and for a number of years he has been in the revenue service and at present is the Deputy Collector of the Fifth district Kentucky He is a true gentleman th many warm friends all over Adair thehaodThe bride lathe eldest living daught andIsHerfriendsrejoice to know that she has been wedded to the companion of her choice InLebaDoDColumbia and begin housekeeping May peace and love abide with them so long as they both may live is the wish of the Adair county News Miss Julia JSabank sister of the tQLebanon MrLeegroom was also present reversedtheagainst Henry Wilkerson tried and sentenced to life imprisonment upon Thefno andgtestimonyfat des WashBurbridge of color situated on the byfireIf you want to be happy healthy and wise drink Monarch coffee Archbenight week November 13th Monarch coffee is always good Monarch Coffee The rain last Monday was a great benefit to the growing wheat crop If you want to be happy healthy and wise drink Monarch coffee The brick work oa the dormatory will commence this week as we under stand IS Ibs granulated sugar for 103 cash at W L Walkers Cffey Bros Robertson purchased a car Inad of horses fers In the last week ranging ip prlct from 90 to 160 Monarch coffee is always good CampDel leansatUneeda cupof Monarch coffee Dr B HrPerryman sold a posse and lJtr Neaisrillea few daas o tsCNieat CuBBideratloa Saw y =ME COOPERATIQS XEEWSlf t r The annual oo poraUJit ing of Adair county cbuve oncl vj the Roloy Church oE Friduy Oc tober 2nat 2 oclock p ra Tn meeting was called to order lthtI former President Z T Williams who was reelected to preside over the meeting Dr Z T GabGert was chosen Secretary Thoro were 9 preachers present among the number M F Harmon of Dallas Texas W K AzbillJ W Ed wards Tobias Huffaker Robert Kirby Z T Williams J J Cole J R Woodrum and Lislid llot tomThe program waa carried out all speakers on the program being present but one John Brower Bro Harmon came over from Donnville where he was assisting Bro Williams in a meeting He held a meeting there 16 years ago while he was teaching at Colum bia land had additions He received a hearty welcome by the Ohuroh there and his preaching was highly appreciated He is preaching in Dallas Texas and ed iting a monthly magazine for preachers It is now in circula tion and we hope he will succeed beyond his expectation Bro Harmon was educated in Colum bia and is a selfmade man and has done a good work for the cause of Christ He has two married daughters in this county and one grandson He will return to Dal las in a fnw days where he will re main for some time perhaps But to the meeting again ThH two district evangelists J W Edwards aud Robert Kirby made good reports cf their work Sine the May meeting there have been 53 additions the Churches iu ton county and 210 in the district composed of Adair Cumberland Metcalfe and Kussell counties Ther are 1C congregations ii this county and nil have good houses but one There are five preachers in the county and 8 of the churches have regulu- preaching and 9 ofthem hav SundayschoolsThe on future work recommended the continuance of the evangelists from next may That the next annual mooting b held at Hebron the Friday before the last Sunday in October W K Azblll Tobias Buffer 1110 Z T Williams wore countumed th County Executive Cnimmfe w Edwards wil hi gin u ui ni at Hebron on night beforn th 2 Sunday in November Z T W DUNNVILLE S J Bells sale was Largely at tended on thH 22d and every thing went high W H Williams dwellingwith all its contents were burned last Saturday Have not learned thf cause Bro M F Harmon of Dallas Texas closed a successful meet jug Iigro Sunday He is n forceful speaker and we wre n Borry when he left tin Doesnt RepectOld Age Its sbauief ul when youth fails to show proper ra spt far old ati u but just the con toyy iI tl ecas of PI Kings New Life Hilt rimy nt somaladies matter bow e vere dud r respective of ol ysr p Jaundice Fever V rti rarirn yi sld to this erfei Pi 2rjtaV DJ Stores The famer onKhs to tie 8 mar He has less temptation obc a than than any oie wr uov of All his work Is enobl Flld contract is With nature ills deaUuq ate with the earth which will rake us all Into he kindly arms ncali when lifes Iii ful fever is ovjr Obi if is delightful turn back on quarrelsome struggHpj men and look tiponbuucs sattk and live with nature and her children The farmers noble work Is worthy of a noble concecratlon And the farm ers wife God bless btr doss not allnv her head to be put in a whirj In ru gard to fasblouable dress or her ncigb bors new bonnctt but goes abaut her honshold duties and feeds her little chicks with a light beartand a happy smile for all t A llunawiiy Bicycle Terminated with d ungly cut on the leg of Ji KOrner Franklin Grove Ill It developed a stubborn unyielding to doctors and remedies for four years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured Its just as good for burns scalds skin Sy eruptions and piles 2i at aU Al Drugstores Fire at Omaha 2feb destroyed property worth upwstd r gf rcp l t Itt i 1- 115UttrRY CraCk ae Iih earusUle ftrCtpy- a rVtv wreck and the same eausCd aY making nqroanvvrceltK of uilerera fiotuTunii anU Lung troubles But since rain advAntrof Dr SluNow iMbcovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds even the worst cases can be cured and hopeless resignation Is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Cragg cf Dorchester Mass is one of many whose lifo was saved by Dr KingVi Discov ery Thil great remedy Is guaranteed fir all Throat and Lung diseases by All Druggist Price 50c and 8100 Trial bottles free t Will investigateA- remarkable casecomes to Ugh at Elizabeth W Va An old man thereby name of G W Roberts had long suffered with incurable cancer Every body believed his case hopeless until he used Eletric Bitters and applied Bucklens Arnica Salve The treat ment cured him completely Now everybody Who knows of it is investi gating eletric bitters It exerts a mighty power to expel billiousness Kidney and Liver troubles and its a wonderful tonic for run down systems Dont fall to try it Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteeby All Druggist DUNTS Dont whine and dont become hyp ocritical or you will probably have a harsh rasping voice Dont expect to speak clearly unless you hold up your head and open your throat as well as yeur mouth Dont try always to speaK Ina sweet low voice Cultivatevarieay Let the tones be gay warm vivacious Dont have a company voice to be put on with your best dresses Treat your family in your best modulated tonesDontpushthesound out with tbe throat Enunciate cloarly with tne lips Sustain tone with the diaph ragm The vocal chords will then vi brate musically Dont take life too seriously if you thetof tbe face and neck and look and be happy and conten ted Think of pleasant things Dont let a sleepy dreamy unsocial emper control you so that you speak theathroat which is the most trying of all voices to understand Any boy who reads this adu- vcrtisement can start in business on his own are count selling The Saturday Evening Post No money required He can- LccinncstwceK Many boys rmake ver5 a woett Some are making 15 THE work can bo dons after sctocl hours aid on Saturdays Write to us at once and we win send full aagagply at the wholesale price nso- ob cash prizes nest month j TUB CURTIS PUBLISHING his Arch Street Philadelphia Thomas Music entered a church in ihisun county with an empty drawn wIIS1rayIcongre vacate Pjinicresulted and Jasun Hall fef dead rim fright Several shots were fired and Thomas Music and Innry Stevens were wounded Jeff S vewi who siiqC hiss brojjier through mistake lJolii Jail at Paintsvllle MU eKcSpfd tot1 mouhtaTns Dr Phil Ilobcrts aged about 70 yearsonenfthehestknownpbysiciansin He was a inpraber of the State Senate from that dlstrrct for two terms and was a captain In Wblfords First Ken- tuckY cavalry Dr Roberts was the Republican nominee for Congress a number of years age We do not know much about the town of Louisa hut the fact that Pudain yHeadNDeboe didnt leave a soul to hear his speech after bo had been extensively adyertlsed to deliver an oration makesusfeelkindly to ward TIer citizens who evidently havent the time to waste on the old mtylknlltltoloi d 70ut i1 Subcribe for the Adair County Vane 1U0n STrVYEn a light frofity jersey cpw = Will wejgbxabbu pou pds She tits beendehornedbma Innir bag leftside hanging lowerjthan rlijhl T G Rasner FOLLOW THE FLAG DAILY o September 15th to Nov BOth Very low one waFy colonists rates to California Washington Ore gon Montana British Columbia and intermediate points Very low round trip rate to Salt Lake and Ogden Sept 12th to 14th Denver and return October 5th to 8th San Francisco and Los Angeles Oct 8 to 17th Detroit October 16 to 19th For information regarding the above low rate excursions ask your local ticket agent or write th e undersigned F W Greene D P Af Wabash RR 2284th Ave Louisville Ky BELLS HOTEL ELeanomKu Frank Bell Proprietor 0This hotel Is located opposite the L N Depot and is a splendid place at which to stop Good meals excellent attention and the rates very reasona ble Trade ot Adair and adjoining counties solicited LOVISVILLE HENDERSON 6 ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS m TWEBN Louisville ando Louis Parlor Cars Trains Pullman fife Sleepers ou Night Trains Vr rates ami f urtUer IniorEiauon address L J IRWIN P roUISVILLIKY Charging tha grand jury at Rich mond Ga Monday Circuit Judge Wm Cary created a sensation by de nouncing the present System of State appropriations for negro schools li that state Judgt Cary declared that the negro pchiols are only rniuiru goon plow bauds in their eff rrs 10 negroes tor places they are iuctp of llilin t and whiih they win urvn be allowed to till shouldthey ever u come capable He said that with iurs In his eyes he had seen Cofd rate veterans who were unable to educu their own children have to pay taxv out of their meager offer to edncitn negro children He urged the trans jury to rlo something to bring abu a changed An old merchant af New York city who as he himeelf phrasesithiis the misfortune to be named Guiteau was returning to bis cnuntry house on the Hudson the ooher evening whenhti was approached by a stranger who hold observed the name on hid handbag Excuse me sir bogiinthe unknown curloslto and trepidation blndtpg In his to ehbu are you are uuaa brother of the gentleman whoerer had the little difficulty with President Garfield W J Tucker of Larue county has growing on his farm tobacco leavaefromtwenty four inches across The namo of theiobaccoiM the Big Pot tamtf Thri seed plautsar eeyen re tH does not tell this for a fJkrrAcc1iiI i PATTERSON HQT5J1 J meST0JtLN ICY j No better place can be found than at the b9Via is new elegantly furuishod and the table at all times sup the best the market affords Feed Stable in connection L ifa r J B PATTE11SOX E Li HUGHES 60 SASH DOORS BLINDSA- ND All Kinds of Building Material WRITE FOR ESTIMATES 123 125 E Main St LOUISVILLE KY VVELAR THE I FALL CITY BRAND HATS 0 JtvZjjtM uyors They Are Absolutely Reliable and the Correct Style C C C 000 000000 W 0 MURRELL J F TMHMET1 o HTTs C Funeral G iDhectols and Embalmmi 0 7 i 0The above named firm have just received a nice line of Coffins and 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