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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 Qtbi lbair ttutUNtt1VfLTi11TF 7 COLUMBIA DAIR COUNTY TrFNmirrrrv WrnrtFSnav IIROll 9 1904 NUMBER J4 N POST RUSSELL POSTMASTER II T BAKER DEPUTY Offic hours week days COURT third in September Circuit Judgel1 C AttorneyA A iluddlcrton Sheriff F W Miller Circuit ClerkJ F Neat CounTFvst in each month JudgeT AlIIurrclL County Attorney Jas Garnett Jr ClerkT R Stults JailerJ K P AssessorE W Burton SurveyorR T McCaftrec SuptW Jones Coronerc JL RusselL CoURTIkgular court Monday in each month JudgesT C Montgomery MarshaG T Flowers Jr PRESBYTERIAN STREETRev W C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in each month Sun aySehoo at a m every Sabbath Prayermeeting every night METHODIST STREETRcv F E Lewis pastor Services firSt and third Sundays in each SundaySchool Sabbath BAPTIST STREETRev JP Serull8 pastor First and thin Sundays in each month Sunday Schoolevery Sabbath at a ra Pmyermectin Tuesday CHRISTIAN pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930j a m lrayermeeling Wednesday night MASONIC LoooE No F and A 3lRminting in their hall over bank on Friday or before the fun in each month Gordon Montgomery W JL James Garnett Jr Secretary It A M No meets F night alter full moon Horace JelTrics H WW Bradshaw Secretary NE J nave an Excellent MAD STONE which has been In about one Jt s bites with good au cite to many ot tbeIage CAMP KNox KY JA DU J u BOBBITF SONS Railroad Street Within Fifty Yards ot the Depot 0Newly and neatly furnish ed else beds Special for commercial men Trade of Adair and adjoining count srectruUy solicited Ku 0 L which to stop Good meals excell attention and the reasona 1 9 y1w You Want a Genuine Oliver Chilled repairs marked Oliver are the only genuine Oiver Plows end repairs An sues Fencing Wire at low prices Field every kind lowest price for cash w L WALKER OOLUMBIA KEN IT KY OFFICE DIRECTORY- J lOSTMASTEItI didMonday Commonwcaltha Conovertan Davidso- nAttorneyGonIon UIlURClI DIRECTORY crmeeting nightj LODUES MH DSTO trIedJhuodredcasesI soakej vrlteorcauonwe LWORTR BOBBITT flOTEtI 4 LEBANON KYIProprietors accommodations RateS1easonable BELLS HOTEL b6bnon frank BcI1Ironflto theRrateSwery adjointi If Good Plow buy the All Seed CLOYDS LoINDIlYG Robert McComas of Leslie was hero on buiuesB the firt of the week Bryaut Keeu is a caudidute Cpr sheriff subj ct to the action of the Republican putty Deputy sheriff John Junes also can ate for the same oflioo He is also a Repllbha711 Salt Lick Baud now hay about twenty gotd producillg oil wells which will wake war 1000 bar putueiurSome now and are prudueiug flue Near Iy 10000 barrels of ot1 are slow ks awaitillg the pipe liuo Marvin Arwstroug and Ellis Cary have guue to the Kansas oil fieldwhere thy xPlct to get work Farmers are hnruillg tbdureakiug laud etc pcepuriug for the cropping seusult Miles Cary is ou the sick list The river is at present too low for uavigatlOu except by gasoline heats The mockingbird that awoke Uucl Tommie Graves to toll him he was a million rsuir is now singing to J E Heard Ere long he will be uttering his mimi y at D W Cloy Miss Annie Curywho was thrown from a hotel at Lslie lust December receiving rerioue iuju rats is improving and will soou he able to return home JYEATSLJUlW Henry Harmon has sold his farm to Wuymoli Riguey for 2 MrGsorryfoly innTom Hancock is sick at this writing but with the assistauc of Dr Ierrpmau we think he will soon be out again beaursIck fur some time uo better Mrs Betsy Harden uf Eunice is not expected to live C L Pyle formerly of Casey county who has been sick with rheumatism for some time is out again and has removed to his farm kUOWli fie the RigJey farm and is building a burn and sowing grain He is Ill industrious fine man and we are glad to have him with Ben Grout and wife fIu9iana who have been visiting their parent here have returned home Dr R H Perryman iswakiug daily profetlJioua1 visits to Eunice Our merchant Mr J A Curry has been iu huh health for sometime audIbeel in declining health for several months Irene the little daughter pf Josh ieard has been quite sick for sometime but is now better MIss Cary Fleldbr Irvine Bur tau and family Adram Burto- nda others Jeft this place last Monday for Farmesburg Ind Dullage Rdbarts P Manmerchant at Euuice is very sick with pneumonia Curtaty is daleatmail telephone connection an many other favors May his eha- ow d Never grow less A Cv rrv LinsOU Wilson Ic I Trainillu S6hooll THIS INSTITUTION WILL GIVE A SPECIAL COURSE OF TEN WEEKS TO J Teachers beginning MARCH 1Jth All teachers who desire to more thoroughly understand their work broaden their information their chosen profession are requested to enter o rto f Wces PROF MOSS has charge of this Department and his thorough Knowledge of the entire Jcourse his enthusiasm and untiring energy are factors that will prove his great vhlue to Jc thosefV6r enough MOIIUdII to enter iSV6 inO tlie NOrmal rUDils Meet in the College Chapel and discuss current events and methods of teaching This is Ja very successful way to secure information so essential in examinations and so difficult to Jget in ordinary channels r t REMEMBER that the Normal Course begins the 14th of March Enter on time and get the full term c PHYNE 13asihes ahagett J tPOlTIllLL J Watt Drown of Liberty Ky bought of C Stephens five steers Ilea of J H Smith four steers 00 of J D Wilson one bull 2 J H Smith bought of G Coffey one mule 110of Elzy Wade cue cow 20 He also sold 11ilkiusou Taylor Dum9id 150000 staves and Walker WilBou one cow for 27 50 Mr J1L SmIth our out door phJtogrupher who WOlltto Virgin iii the first of the year writes us he is well satisfied and making lots of money hut ere long wo ex pect to see him here Robt Carson traveling Baler man for Flood Co Lexington was hero recently liEBBS CROSS ROADS J L Shepherdwho line been sick Cor some time is uo hotter E G Shepherd and wife will leave for Illinois Snuday where they contemplate making their fu taro homo Mlirriedan the 4thoC February Mr Wm Gadberry to Mis Sarah Thomas of Tarter Henry Wilson soldone mule to F W Cravens iQr S5 Craven ought one mule from G W Cuf fey for 110 G A Foley of this place is in Florida looking out a location lko Wilson of Joppa visite relatives in this vicinity Jaetvree k Ole Swanson ago 13 was on huntiug 0uO day last week and fired at u equirrel th r gnukick iug him down hurting him coo aiderably WIlY I ATTEND VIIUlWIL Because God has blessed t Sabbath day and hallowed It making no exceptions for rainy Sabbaths 2 Because I expect my minister to be there l shquid be surprised It he should stay at home for the weather r throngnh reason blame myself unless I sustain him by my prayers and my presnce mayloseme great gcwd sad the prayers wh bring Gods bleslng 6 Because my presence is more aYe tdBecause whatever station I hold lathe church my example must In f lIuence others H I stay away why lDay not tbty 7 Because on any Important business bad weather Aces rat keep me at home and church attendance Is in Gods sight very important 8 Because among the crowds or pleasure seekers I see that no bad weather keens the delicate female from the hall the party or the con cert 9 Because those who stay from church because It Is too warm or too geld or too rainy frequently absent themselves on fair Sabbaths 10 Because though my excuse satisfies myself they still must under go Gods scrutiny and they must be well grounded to bear that 11 Because there Is a special prom- Ise that where two or three meet to gather In Gods name he will be the midst or them 13 Because an avoidable absence from church Is au infallible evidence or spiritual decay Dlclples must fellow Christ at a distance and then like Peter do nut know hIm 13 Because my faith Is to be known by my seltdenylng Christian Ute and cot by therlse or fall ot the thermome ter H Because such yIelding to sur mountable dllllculties prepares for imaginarysnever enter a church and yet they think they have goad reasons for suck neglect 15 Because bya suitable arrange meat on Saturday I shall be able t attend church without exhaustion otherwise my late work on Saturday thoughI mandIt would be a poor preparation for my slightfFeigned Excuses THE NEW F41RM8R The day when any fool can bd a farmer has gone by never to return A successful farmer as much as any browhed e should know something or aU the science and especially of the science or cbeDlstryot plant erowth and or toad natrltlon He must also be a good man or business well posted i n the market values of imps andstoc k toandceady at an times to avail btmsel- of thlt opportunities ut the markets at the world madaye e bchmust fertilized and cultivated sclentlficaUy and tUe crops la some cases be carver t ed info a manufactured article and be put on the market In a condens form H farming Is tope profitable A greet weakness of nearly all farmers and especially ot southern farmer s I rIs that they are given to procrastination Tbey know that a certaIn work requires to be dune but put off the doing or It from day to day until In steaj ut bang dune at the best time sit Is often done at a time when It Is practically Impossible for it to be done wen or bring about satisfactory results Often this delay Is caused by an oversight at the limo when the work J ought to ha dune As a remedy against this take god papers and keep posted or keep a diary tram year to year Farmers who think and plan are pretty sure tube puselng their work and rat letting the work push themCor Epltornlst Fit TTENING CATTLE It Is necessary for a feeder to provide himself with a good substantial barn far it Is best that cattle should be sheltered tram the differeutchanges in weather Also by this means the Cattle receive purer teed and get the benefit of aU the teed that Is placed before them By feeding on the out Nemanurethese wastes and greatly reduces the feed bill The stuck should be left loose In the barn so that they can leave It at any time for getting water lot Is peremtory that stock drink pure water It Is best that they t this water from a running stream barnTbe feed Is corn and clover hay ItIs also best for hogs that run mustokinds or straw or fodder will answer Farmers ought to protect and house all roughness In SuwlDer and tall When corn Is ground It will finish earsdfrom it My advise would be for feeding ear turn and plenty or rough toenbest advantage to feeders especially wbele stock goes ao grass In spring but when feeders Intend to market grouhdIheat from 100 to 120 days and the crease on a beet ought to be tram to 300 pounds iTbe old style of feeding is nearly abolished and ought to be a thing ot the paSt ono sop farmer feeding on the old style will see ruinous results before hire The main object In teed lag In the barn Is the manure the greatest tertlllzer that can be found and which Is required on any farm 1he same as stock requIre teed A farmer quaybeto drive a lot of tat stock off ot It Kentucky Farmer edAll grades of refined sugar have been advaliced five cents on the 100 pounds Y r 1 DRESSED LUMBER We MilllocatedarereadyotColumbiaROUGH LUMBER undressedlumberAU we ask Is to examine our material and get our- prices Morrison Sandusky r GROCERIESo I Keep a GroceriesViII GoodsGivey SOUTH SIDE OF PUlH1C SQUti- iC A COY THE AMERICAN FARM FENCE has SlayWireto Inches high PRICES QUOTED UPON APPLICATICN Jones YIHardware LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Everything for the farmer at the lowest prices Matliorders solicited 0 BROWSING BROWNING BROSNIKG COLUMBIA LIVERYMEN Splendid Vehicles firstclnss teams sllfe drivers Our Stable at all times is well stocked with provender Your trade so licited Entrance Water Street New outfits for all purposes wly Furnished American Plan 8125 to 8150 Per Day Nifi Boslors Hot61 MGILS 251i- N1G BOSLER Manager Patronage of the Green River Section Respectfully Solicited Si E Corner Second and Jefferson Streets Louisvll16 0 0 0 K6ntucku Pickett Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT c A Bridges Co PROPRIETOItB Cor Eighth and Maui Streets CUAS A BtIDOS LOUIS7LILLB KY W t3 BRIDGES Fo ur Storage Free fTHE1iiR UM iTEL COLUMBIA KY O OISA BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN Architecture containing 35 now neat and well vin rooms It is nic ly furnished conveniently and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky Ilocatea equal to the best city hotels Throe rooms for commercial men M a MA CUM Propr hC fCPublished Every Wednesday I3Y THE 4dair OUilty Iewso INCoRPORATED CRAM 8 I3tItRIM Editor DemocrnLc newspaper devoted to tho Interests or the city or and the people or Adair and adjacent countes Entered Ilt the columbia Postofficc1S class mail matter WEDNESDAY 1904 To suppress crime and to aid in the detection of law violators is a duty of every good citizen and es- peciaIly is this true of our offi cials In our judgment The Fis cal Court should take up this matter and consider the advisa bility of purchasing some blood hounds and have them so station ed that their service could b readily secured from any part of the county We do not mean to say that Adair county has become so bad as to necessitate such a move for such is not the case but within the last year well trained dogs could have been giv en good service and been of much worth to the county as is true of nearly every county in the State If our county had three pair of well trained dogs properly sta tioned they would serve to pre vent rime as well as aid in the pursuit of law breakers The cost of the dogs would not be much and keeping them would be but a small item while the fees for their service should in many cases be paid for by the party de manding it and go to pay the ex pense of keeping and training them Individuals who keep dogs are sometimes put in posi tion to refuse their service since they are not accepted as legal ev idence but as mere pointers If the county owned dogs and un der the care of the jailer or some other official there would be no fear to use them in every call I non e school district near town and within the last three years two school buildings have been burned supposed to be of incendiary origin yet no clue to center suspicion orevidence to cause an arrest That district is without a building and not likely to again build for fear that it would soon be in ashes If blood hounds were available it is likely that such crimes would not occur for the perpetrators would know that they would be trailed There are many instances in which dogs could have been used to aid our officers There is no reason to expect the future to be better than the past unless a better system of detection is inaugurated We believe an investment in dogs would be of true worth to every part of the county andevidence that a vigorous painstaking ef fort will be made to catch every offender We submit this for consideration of the court and our people and will publish the opin ion of any citizen on this ques tion if desired The court meets the first Tuesday in April so if you deem the above worth con sidering whether for or against it we would be glad to hear from r you and give it to our readers The fact that eastern Asia al ready buys 600000000 worth of European and American manu factured products shows why the western world is so keenly inter ested in the present val situation in the Far East The United States derives 90000000 worth of this trade A few years more of development will find the Mon gollans taking more than a bil lion dollars worth of foreign goods and with open ports the United States getting as much or more trade than any competing natIon Mrs J BMarcum whose husband was assassinated at Jackson Ky has entered a suit for 100000 against James and Alexander Hargis and Edward Callahan of Breathitt county and B Fulton French of Win chester claiming that the above defendants entered into a conspiracy with the murderer to take her husbands life Over one hundred pension bills were passed by Congress a few days ago in four and thteeguar ter minutes r 9 A report received at Shanghai ostensibly from an official source at Tokio says the Japanese have taken possession of the Russian telegraph line to Vladivostok thus cutting off that place from the outside world Information also comes from the same quarter that a considerable section of the Transsiberian railway has been destroyed There is no war move ment at Port Arthur according to advices received at St Peters burg At a meeting of the Republican Committee for the Eleventh dis trict held at London last Wed nesday a primary election was called for the 9th of August to nominate a candidate for Con gress There will be four or five entries but at this writing it looks like the contest will come between Mr D C Edwards and Dr Hunter Both of these gen tlemen have strong supporters in Adair Gov Beckham stated before the House B rib e r y Investigating Committee that he knew nothing of the alleged charges of bribery against legislators as published in a Louisville paper He gave names of persons who had told him of reports circulated about bribery charges in the last ses sion of the Legislature Mr Henry Thomas who was rearednear Dunnville will start a paper at Liberty in a few weeks It will be called The Casey County News and will advocate Republican principles Friends of the enterprise say that it will be a success The effort of Caleb Powers un der a death sentence for complic ity in the assassination of Sena tor William Goebel to secure a new trial will be taken up in the Court of Appeals March 17th The making of the two coun ties Beckham and Thorne swells the number in the State to 121 Both of the new counties are Re publican- Dunnville Another cyclone passed over this plaze last week A large barn belong ing to Lisha Allen near Philwas blown down Henry Harmon and L M Combest have bought J P Simmons grocery store and will put in a general line of merchandise Henry Aaron has finished sowing his oats W G Hunter was here last week looking after his interest in the coming campaign A new Democrat at Frank crnards S J Bell bought hogs last week for 26000 Mr Bud Russell was here last week looking after timber While at work at Cundiffs sawmill last week N B McDonald fell and the carriage ran over his hand cutting one of his fingers nearly off Dr Ham monds dressed the wound and it is doing nicely Miss Gertrude Cundiff was the guest of Mrs Bettie Rector last week R J Rubarts Son will move their stock of goods from this place totheir home in a few days W C Rubarts is putting in a nice line of drugs in his new house Martha S wife of T J Ellis Jr died last week YOSEMITE Quince Jones lost a fine cow a few days ago Wm Jones aged 12 years ig clerking for E E Kelsay Son The school at Middleburg has some what recovered from the affects of the measles and is progressing nicely do not mean that the school has had the measles but some of the pupils have been compelled to leaveon account of the disease Lincoln Wells was out a few days ago for the first time since his was broken Fannie the little daughter of Mrand Mrs A HR has monia Scott Hall is dangerously ill with measlesmss The stave jointer shut down Thurs day for want of material to work on Mr Green who operated it has return ed to his home at Lexington Sheriff S G Elliott and Bob Way men went to Walltown last week to arrest Jane Maginnis and her daughter against whops foes were assessed some time ago We did not learn what success they had CHELF Rev J n Woodrum of Casey Creek will preach at Athens the first Satur day night and Sunday of each month during this year Mr Willie Tarter wife and sister of Gilpin visited friends at this place last week Mr A C Spaughof this place has bought n great many staves and spokes paying 250 per hundred fQr good- stovesdelivered r d L fair Play We have several cases of Roseola in this place Mr and Mrs John McClister are visiting relatives in Russell county Our merchants are enjoying fine trade at this place Quite a number of our young people attended the singing at Antioch last Sunday Mr Jo Young of Columbia visited relatives here last week Mr Alvin Bennett visited relatives at Glensfork last week Mr Noah Loy and wife of Breeding passed through here last Saturday en route for Glensfork Prof Marcus Loy will sing at Cnn cord next Sunday evening Everybody invited Mr Levi Burbridge made a business trip to CampbellsviUe one day last week Prayer meeting at Keith Chapel every Thursday night Mr A A Bennett has removed with his family from this place to Cane Val ley He will be greatly missed by his many friends here Mr W A Cook of Esto was in town Tuesday FONT Hill J H Smith bought one horse and log wagon of Drewry Wilkerson 165 one pair of steers of A C Luttrell weight 2810 pounds at 115 On the 29th day of February the neighbors of Uncle Murray Bradshaw surprised him by collecting and partak ing ofa dinner it being his 80th birthday There were some forty who ate The old man seems to be in perfec- health and was of course greatly sur prised to see so many coming Another correspondent writes Uncle Murray he is commonly called was born Adair county Ky Feb 29 1829 bu removed to Russell county while a youth He survives a wife and four children He has living 21 grandchil dron 24 great grandchildren He has been a supporter of the Democrats party for fiftynine years May we all do the party justice as long as he has S D Wilson has moved to Green riv er Knob Squire D C Hopper purcliased a tract of land here of Jesse Humble for 202 JAMESTOWN Messrs Pelton and Laird civil engineers who were with us last week mak ing surveys for the Cumberland Engineering Co of Cleveland Ohio assure us that we may confidently expect t see a railroad through this county with in the next few years We said las week that Jamestown and Russellcoun ty were enterjng upon a new era We were not thenthinking of a railroad But surely those who help hemsely are themselves by others helped S A Gann will within the next days appoint the officers for our and then we are to see the work of proving the streets etc begun citizens are beginning to be alive to the needof public improvement and a new school building is one of the certainties of the near future xE BIG POUR G The Best Line toII And all pniuts in Iudinnuu- Miebigan tCLNVILAND T I BUFFALO NEW BOSTON YORK all Points East Il cheerfully IAlJd Ticket application Offico furI ur Rutu No 25 or write to IF Agt Louisville Paesgr SJGates By 4thi a33 + C M WISEMAN SON + L9FG r tuCOYCICAN Dialers Iii Dlanui is and Stoats o= eclal attention given to work and all ordersof goods In our Hile 132 West Markel hetwn lit and 2ud OpuItcMusic Hail LUSVILM KENTUCKY 9 s GRADY DENTISTSPE- CIAL I Gold Filling tteotlro Crown aid ttven I work tttI If OFFICE aver Ruwcell Murrells Store Colulnbla Ry J 4I HARDWARE SADDLES HARNESS FARM Illf i PLEMENTS AND FIELD SEEDS CORN DRILLS o EMPIRE SHOE SUPERIOR DISC PLANTERS FRIENDAND BLACK HAW- KCULTIVATORS NEWWESTERN LITTLE JOKER AND BUCKEYE BUGGIES and HARNESS PLOWS 0 VULCAN PLOWS ARE TIlE BEST WAGONS 0 OLD HICKORY AND TENNESSEE FARM WAGO- NSFERTILIZER o GLOBE AND NATIONAL NONE BETTER Ve can please you in anything needed in our line Call on us Wm F JEFFRIES SON KytMilltrcccccccc omcccococc We manufacture the Sou i venir and White Lily Brands of F l o u r handle Meal Bran and ShipStuff buy Wheat and Corn and pay i the market cash price lie I keep a large stock with our make and from other mills of I Flour We furnrsh aU kinds Iof Rough Lumber Orders promptly filled 0Myers Staples Robertson Columbia a Kentucky JE L HUGHES GO SASH DOORS BLINDSA- ND All Kinds of Building Material wRITE FORESTiMATES 123 125 E MainSt LOUISVILLE KY rt l1SSEllllw SPRINGS f10TEllt iI J E HUMBLE PROP Russell Springs JeJtuckg il + + Tms Is ONE OF TilE BEST HOTELS IN SOUTHEASTERN KENTUCKY The Rooms are Large Well Furnished and the Table Supplied With the IBest the Country Affords HEALTIICURlNG WATER LIVERY ATTACIIED Frank A McDonogh The Kentucky Stove and Tinware Company HEATERS RANGES COAL andWu d Cook s Pau dltarbtlized Iron nantels Wood r1ANTELS EXTRA CABINETS Irtls Mantles complete 50 up Wood Mali tits- rile FsclIIg and Harihe 0lnhHon8A TrimuicgA 10 75 up 11 JOH NMEKE BROS Go 10 WHOLESALE I HATS CAPS AND STRAW GOODS FALL CITY BRANDS MerchantS trespeotfuny invited to cnandsee ourstock LOUISVILLE Y JS t t r f J i L GRADYVILLE STOCK FARM JORDAN PEACOCK No 1148 S H R The best breeder in Kentuckywill make the present season at his home in Gradyville Ky at the lw prIce of 1500 to insure a living colt money due when the colt is foaled or mare traded or leaves the neighborhood ir mare loses a colt by hard service ot rough treatment the owner must pay for the season JORDAN PEACOCK has proven to be the best seeder in Kentucky his colts command the highest prices at any age They have heels sold as high as 250at 6 mouths oldand as high as 2000at 4 years old There never has been u horse in Southern Ky that his get has sold as high as Jordan PAa cocks as a show horse he stands with u record sec lsd to none Ho has been shown at the best fairs ill Kentucky and TuuLesBee and has defeated the best Stallions Mares and Geldings in both StatflI among them was thi Great Highland Denmark Mouty Crisp Jr Thornton Star slid the greatest or allshow Stallions the great Ker- tueky Squirrel owned by Mr L W Preston of IIlasgow and a host ofother goad ones too numerous t mention Jordans colts are also winners Jordan Star made 22 shows at 2yearsld and won 21 blues and one rid Arttill Peacock at 2yearsold won the sweepstake at Horse Cave for tho best Nw York Saddle Stallion Mare or Gilding over a host or good ones amoug them was Jane Carter the great New YJrksaddle mare owned by J r Crenshaw of Lexington who won the 1000 stake at Kansas City Willie Praenck also won at Horse Cave forthfl educated premium over 7entries of the best educated horses in Kentucky Now if Yu want to raifo the best breed to Jcrdnn Peacock and you will get the best Jordan Peacock was sired by Peacock No 4DDj he hy Blue Jeans No3 hI Portus lIason im ported JordanslAt Dam by Cahhell8 Lexington he hy Guist Black Hawk and hI hy Bloods Black Hawk Jordans 2nd dam hy Lewis Jordan thorou hhred from 2 to 7 dam thoroughbrd There IS not a better bred horse living than JOltDAN PEACOCK I will also stand a fine BLACK JACK 5 years old sired by Gov St John and dam hy Imported Leon at 700 to insure a mare in foal Allcare to prevut nccl euts hut I will not be responsible should any occur Pasture I1t 50 etq per week or grain fed at cost Respt W L Grady WOOJON LEWS JAS c LE1VS UfOOdSOI lew S 8 Bro ARENO WRECEIVING Four carloads of 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 Cultivators OneHorse Cultivators TwoHorse Corn Plant ers 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 Newswhen you write WOODSON LEWIS BRO Greensburg Kentucky NEW LIVERY FIRM nASSIE CHEWNINQ COLUMBIA KY 0We have just purchased the livery stable from the late firm o- fStaples Robertson Co We propose to accommodate the public with firstclass rigs furnishing safe drivers It will be our pim to please our patrons and your trade is solicited PATTERSON HOTEL JRMeSTOWN4KY 1Nobottor pldoR can he found than at the shove named hotel is new elogautly furuiHhHd and the hhlA at aU times supplied wIth tho beat themarket afford FeedStable in oonneotion J B PATTERSON- irLj MYY j T I WG fire R666IVInu Our New Surinu StOCK of Gooa u J I Russell Murrell PERSONAL Mrs Jesse White is on the sick listI Mr J A Young visited at Fairplay Sunday Hon Logan Winfrey of Albany was here Monday Miss Pearl Breeding of Vester is attending the Normal Mr Rollin Hurt is attending the Metcalfe circuit court Mrs H C Baker was quite sick sev eral days of last week Mr L W Cravens of Russell county was in town Monday L W Preston Glasgow was here Monday buying horses Mr R P Breeding of Breeding was in Columbia last Friday Hon Geo Nell and wife have taken rooms at the Marcum Hotel Miss Delle Mitchell spent last week with her sister Mrs Robt Hudson Mr W M Wilmore our Gradyville correspondent was in to see us Mon day Mrs Elizabeth Wolford who has been sick several weeks has about re covered Mrs Mary Patteson who has been dangerously ill is thought to be some better Mr A H Griggs of Allen county is spendihg several weeks in Columbia and vicinity Messrs J F and C R Cabell Miami Green county were in Columbia last Friday Mr R L Davis and his little son Shreve Milltown called at the News office Friday Mr R M Grissom of Guthrie Okla reached Columbia in time to be at his sisters funeralpMr John W Hancock and wife of Corbin are visiting Mr Hancocks parents Cane Valley Miss Katie Murrell who was con fined to her home last week with Rose ola has about recovered Mrii J Paxton of Rollingburg Green county visited his brother A W Paxton last week fMr Geo E Wilson of Cane ValleyI is in Louisville this week in the inter estof the Ginseng News Mrs Jo Coffey Jr who is visiting her parents in Campbellsville is con fined to her room with roseola Mr T C Davidson who spent a month at Lebanon in the revenue ser vice returned home last weekZMr Horace Bohon of Lincoln coun ty was visiting in Columbia and vicini ty last Friday and Saturday Mr W R Lyon of Campbellsville and Mr Coppage of Leitchfield were in Columbia last Friday night Mrs Elizabeth Robertson this place visited Mr Robt and Mr Sam Allens family last week She is 81 years old Mr M L Mitchell who lives near town has been summoned on the Federal grand jury and will leave for Louisville next Saturday Hon M Rey Yarberry this place and Mr W S Knight Jamestown attended the meEting of the Republican district committee at London Mr 0 R Buchanan of Russell coun ty was in town Monday on his way to Terreheaut Ind where he will reside in the future He subscribed for the Harry Weir Misses Lena Gris l som Clara Wilmore Margaret Robertson Nora Sandidge and Dr W T Grissom accompanied the remains of Mrs Carrie Powell from Lebanon J S Grissom who lives in Oki homa reached Columbia last Friday morning It was impossible for him to reach home before the burial of his ter Mrs Powell after receiving infor mation of her death Miss Nora daughter of Rev W H C Sandidge who has been attendin college at Lebanon Tenn returnee home last week Miss Sandidge w advised to give up her studies on count of weak eyes iMr Bogard Grider merchant at Esto was in Louisville last week purchasing goods Mr Grider is a thrifty merchant full of enterprise and closely watches the demands andneeds of his J section and buys accordingly Mr Paschal Willis will go to Carroll county Mo this week where he poets to reside in the future Mr WI lis is one of our energetic young and we trust that success will be yin his new home The News follows it him The most attractive stock of goods ever brought to Columbia is now being opened at our store You are cot dia11 invited to call and see the latest designs and get prices I55 MENTION IMiss Emma Vaughan of Lula isI visiting her sister Miss Lula who is attending the LindseyWilson school of this citystMr F W Leach Master of Russell Lodge was here last Friday in company with Messrs J W Mitchell W S Knight and Robt Lloyd of Russell county who were here to take the degrees in the Chapter Mr Leach reported that his lodge was getting aloug nicelywork at nearly every meeting There are fifty members of Russell Lodge LOCAL JOTTINGS Mr J M Turner bought a bay mare 7 years old from Clay Bennett for 125 A Hunn bought in Wayne county last week three horses at 110 to 165 Coffey Bros sold last week one mule to W L Walker for 110 four to Allen Walker for 455 Allen Walker bought of Sid Barbee one mule for 150 and sold one to R G Price 165 two to Creed Hood 265 If you need a cooking stove call on L buyingThe great weather prognosticator Ira Hicks promises some blustry days during this month Casey county sold ten hogsheads of Burley in Louisville last week at 1250 to 620 Green county sold eight hogsheads at 1025 to 490 Mr Alexander Cox purchased of Mr W H Jones last week the farm upon which the latter resides for 1300 Mr Jones recently purchased the place from Mr J P Todd Jesse Bryant caught a carp in Sul hur last week that measured 21 inches and weighed five pounds This is a large fish for a small stream I have made heavy reductions on al kinds of heavy shoes both mans and womens Will sell you anything you want in heavy shoes at a bargain- W L Walker Mrs Nancy J Sullivan who was the wife of Mr John Y Sullivan Russell county died very suddenly one day last week Her home was near Denmark She was about 70 years old For Rent Cottage on Frazer Avenue five rooms Call on W L Walker The Metcalfe circuit court is in ses ion It is expected that R E McCand less who shot and killed Judge Geo R Price will be inflicted and tried at the term of court The people of Russell county have been greatly stirred in the past ten days over the prospects of a railroad Sur veyors have been in the county and left some very favorable reports I am now receiving a full line of ver chilled plows and repairs Also wire and nails Call and get my prices I will save you moneyW L Walker The municipal board of the town of Columbia has appointed Mr J G Eubank Police Judge The Governor has been notified of the appointmen- and Mr Eubanks commission is no due How is this for a tobacco crop Par rish Bros of Woodford county sold last week 460000 pounds of Burley their last years crop amounting to over 40000 to the Continental Com pany Bill Williams of color who was known about town as Sweety died bahealth for several years He was a brother of Preston Williams the clothes cleaner We learn from the Record that the work of building a bridge across Green accourgt wa er e pasp arrives which has been ordered We understand that Mr L V Hall will open a bakery in Columbia and that his place of business will be near his residence on Burksville street We believe that a bakery will prove profita ble and we are glad the enterprise is to be started RoyallArch et Compshis ve n proper notice It promises to be avery notable occasion t IDr Gross Alexander will lecture in the Chapel of the LindseyWilson Train underIstanddays and deliver a series of sermons a theME Church Dr P V Ballou of Rowena met with Columbia Chapter No7 last Friday night He informed the News that there was a great deal of sickness in his vicinity and that he had patients who would need his attention early Saturday morning He left for his home a distance of twentyfive miles after the Chapter closedmidnight The Willis farm lying on the waters of Glensfork recently purchased by Brack Massie and W J Page will be put in grass and the farm stocked with cattle A great deal of the farm will have to be refenced and other necessary repairs will be made and when the contemplated work has been completed- it will be a very desirable piece of property The work of dividing the estate of the late Emanuel Sloan Russell county commenced last Monday The deceas ed left about three thousand acres of land and a great deal of personal property The estate is estimated to be worth between fifty and sixty thousand dollars and there are twelve heirs Bud Wooten of Russell county charged with selling whisky unlawfully was arrested near Jamestown last week by Deputy U S Marshall Morrison and brought to this place and lodged in jail Friday he was given a hearing before Commissioner F R Winfrey and held over In default of bail he was manded A few weeks spent in the Normal partment of the LindsayWilson will help you over many troubles in th examination for a certificate ber that a special course to faiths will begin March 14th and continue fo ten weeks 1Mr L B Hurt is building a resi on Jamestown street just beyond the home of Mr C T Triplett It is also said that Mr Hurt has purchased the Logan Bomar property which la situated just above where Mr Hurt is building Jamestown street is coming and this Spring andSummer a number of new dwellings will go up on the hill Mr W I Meader has sold his residence in Campbellsville to Mr J R Durham for 1500 In addition this sum of money Mr Durham transfers to Mr Meader another piece of property on Lebanon Avenue Mr Meader also says the Enquirer purchased house and lot on Main street from R M Rice Jr for 700 Mr W Flood Jeflries a native of this county brother of W F Jeffries this place who has been making his headquarters at Moberly Mo and traveling for a wholesale house St Louis for seven years has quit the road He has been successful and has opened a retail grocery house of his own in Moberly DiED Mrs Mont Corbin whose home waS near Cane Valley died last Friday morning She was about twentysix years old and had been sick several months She was a sister of Mr Jas Dulwortlv and was a very estimable Mlwmany a tives and friends being present Hon M Rey Yarberry this place tobacco1grownit thirtynine years old It was p sented to Mr Yarberry London last week by Dr J H Foster who grew two hogsheads of this tobacco in the above named year and which he sold for cigarette purposes at 110 pound J E Murrell agent for Mrs Kelsey and her son Waldo Jones sold the residence on Greensburg Street which was owned by said parties to J 0 Russell for 750 cash Mr R sell will make some necessary repairs and J E Murrell will continue to reside in the property Mr Murrell soldior same parties a onethird interest in the shop now occupied by Geo Flowers to R F Paull for 250 cash A series of meetings will begin at the Baptist church this city on Monday night April 4th instead of the lith as was announced Rev Frances W Taylor ofCorydon who will assist Rev Scruggs will arrive in Columbian the following evening Singers ofother churches are cordially invited to join in the song service Hymns both old and new will be practiced on every Tuesday eyeningafterprayermeeting CHAS W CAMPBELL DEAD The death of this excellent young man was not a surprise to his friends advisedthis little family brothers and sisters having no hope The end came Saturday afternoon abou 6 oclock at his late residence near Eunice the county He was a victim of stomach and lung trouble and was sick several months The deceased was engaged in the mer cantile business when his life work ended Several years ago he was mar ried to a daughter of Mr I C Har mon and was a loving husband The deceased was a son of the late John Campbell who was a prosperous Green river farmer in his life time Besides the wife the deceased is survived by several brothers and sisters among the number being Mr John M Campbell merchant at Pellyton The funeral services were held Monday and after the religious ceremony the Masonic Fraternity took charge of the remains depositing the same with the usual formalities Charley Campbell was about thirty years old and enjoyed the confidence and respect of all the people with whom he was acquainted Peace to his memory sympathy for the sorrowing wife and other members of the family The advertisement Mr W L Gra dy of Gradyville Ky appears in other column under a true picture of his famous stallion Jordan Peacock Every year Mr Grady calls attention to the importance of breeding to secure the best grade of horses such animals as will command a good price anywhere and under all circumstances The pedigree of Jordan Peacock is submitted and those familiar with high bred hors theetherswon stylerbeauty and performance The high price paid for his colts is sufficient evidence of his worth as a breeder In this section Jordan Peacock is known and needs no comment but to those outside our county who desire beauty style and substance in the makeup of a sire one bred in the purple then they should see the above named stallion Mr Grady has every reason to feel proud of his horse and the people of this county admire the good judgment persistent determination of Mr Grady in advancing the grade of stock in this part of the State JOHNSONCOLEMAN Last Thursday afternoon in the pres ence of quite a number of relatives and friends MrW F Coleman of Nash ville Tenn waamarried to Miss Laura N Johnson a popular young ladyIdaughter of Mr and Mrs J R son this county The ceremony was performed by Rev W H C Sandidge of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church The groom had made frequent trips to Adair county and was well known to Mr Johnsons family Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple left for the home of the groom There was not a more deserving young lady in Adair county than Miss Johnson and she has the best wishes of a great many admiring friends PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY Z T Williams Dunnville W H C Sandidge Oak Forest A H Baugh Esto J F Roach Harrodsfork G W Montgomery McCormick J F Barger Christian Chapel reF E Lewis Mt CarmeL A L Mell Gradyville T J Campbell Concord G Mayfield Freedom and Providence PetJ L Atkins Russell Springs WTShort Cane Valley ieJ B Debord Foundation J P Scruggs Zion J F Hopkins Bethelridge ChapelusW C Clemens Columbia Mr J P Clayton of Creelsboro reached Columbia last Friday morning He reported that the oil excitement in highWorcester Pa The drilling in the Irish Bottom struck o Wednesday nigh bringing in a The oil rose fifty feet above the and a tank with a capacity of two hundred and fifty barrels was filled in one hour This strike hasstimulated oil men in that section and many more wells will be put down This well is regarded as valuable as the one that came in near Burksville and which burned for many days A great many have called to see our new machinery and to give us a word of encouragement for our enterprise all of which we highly appreciate Our latchstring hangs on the outside and we cordially invite every one to visit the News office on Tuesday and see our Cranston Press and folder do the work It is no imposition to crowd us a little We enjoy company and appreciate your coming This machin ery is propelled by a Jack of all trades Gasoline engine and is fully up to the demands The funeral sex vices over the remains of Mrs Carrie Powell who died at Lebanon Tenn were held in the Methodist church this city last Thursday afternoon The church was crowded with relatives and friends who sorrow fully listened to words of condolence by Revs T L Hulse F E Lewis S G Shelley Prof Harry Weir and Rev W H C Sandidge Prayer was offered by Rev A L Mell and the song service was conducted by Eld Z T Williams Monday was county court day and a good crowd was in town Business in every line was splendid and especially in the sale of stock Thirtyfive head of horses were sold ranging in price from 100 to 200 The merchants were busy all day and tired at night The News enjoyed its patronage and tenders thanks to those who called and contributed cash Your note and account is due and I need the money I have waited for you to call and settle and if you do not call at IJerI you do not want a statement please call settleW To the citizens of Adair county The undersignedare in the tombstone busi ness at Campbellsville Ky Camp bellsville is your neighbor and as you have no manufacturer of this work in Columbia would it not be to your inter est to patronize us We guarantee satisfaction both in quality of work and prices We solicit work from Adair and adjoining counties COAKLEY SIMS BROS Valuable Farm For Sale I desire to sell my farm containing acres ing on the South aide of Cumberland river miles from Jamestown and fifteen and a half miles from Monticelfo This farm is well ed There are upon It three dwelling ho and all necessary barns and other Five hundred acres of this boundary is om land producing as fine com as grows Th farm is well watered for both man and beast an is located on the Jamestown and road This land will sold in lots if Stokes Ky IMr Mitchell Rosenbaum of Glens fork died Monday morning at 5 oclock of pneumonia Mr Rosenbaum was a good citizen and was about 60 years of age He is survived by a wife and two sons who have the sympathy of many friends Mr L W Preston of Glasgow bought 14 head of horses here Monday at prices ranging from 10000 to 200 He also bought 8 head in Greensburg last Saturday at prices at an average of 15000 Mr W C McElvain an experienced horseman was with Mr Preston For Kentucky Tobacco Grower Harvest King and Banner Crop Grower fertilizers call on J W Sublett Bro Cane Valley They are all good Good enough for take the gold medal over all compeditors at the Paris Exposition A match game of baseball was played by the Lindsey Wilson College boys against the M and F College team Saturday afternoon The score stood 8 to 6 infavor of the latter Thrnew 5 bill that was found at the sale of R L Hatcher belongs me J V White A series of meetings conducted by Eld Wright of Hopkinsville will begin at the Christian church tonight Wednesday and continue over Sunday I have a kiln offirstclass lime Will itsell in any quantity at kiln or deliver it WolfordkMr L W Preston bought a 3year old horse from Mr John Faulkner for 20000 Correspondents will please mail letters so that they will reach us Friday evening p BECK STEAJGI9 N9 COLUlWBA a a m1EN it tIJQ3mw 4l P We Keep a Fall and Complete Line of Fresh Groceries WILL DELIVER Them to Any Home Inside the Corpo rate Limits of Columbia PHONE 40 GIVE Us A PART OF Yoim BUSINESS PLACE OF BUSINESS CORNER ON SQUARE AND JAMESTOWN STREET DRESSED BUILDING LUMBER Hti ST B os COLUMBIA KENT UCKY readytoble figures SpcGIaltuOFFICEPHONE 43 L C HTJRT EDWIN HETJRT For Cash Only Below I will make you a few prices- on wire No7 8 and 9 325 per 100 Ibs No 11 335 per 100 Ibs NO 16 450 per 100 Ibs No9 Black wire 290 per 100 Ibs No Black wire 300 per 100 Ibs No 16 350 per 100 W L WALKER boughttwo105 and 12500 I have just received my Spring line of clothing new and uptodateW Mr J W Richards is building an addition to his dwelling and when com pleted will have one of the most desira ble homes in town Young man or old man you can find a nice suit at Walkers to suit in quali ty or price De9Mr AW Pedigo of Glasgow leads the procession of buyers by purchasing partiesdage price of 16250 New gingham waistings and shirt calico e New goods at Wal leers Mark the growth of Columbia in 1904 It will be a record breaker If you want to come to a good town and join in its growth and development and educate your children then Columbia is the place now is the time Dont quibble over a few dollars in the price of a lot if the location suits you New line Spring and Summer Shoes Call and see themIGRADYVILLE Rev W H C Sandidge filled his ap pointment Union Sunday Revs Shelley and Mell held quarterly meeting at Pleasant Ridge Saturday Mr Wright of Fry was here Saturday securing donations to build a church near his place W C Yates and his estimable wi Porland visited relatives here Friday J W Townsend and wife of Mill town attended the 8th anniversary of Miss Creel Nell LM Wilmore transacted business in GreensburgMonday and Tuesday Mr Ed Wheeler Is now a citizen of our community We are glad to have him with us as he is one of the Simon Pure when it comes to politics He is also a fine judge of horses W M Smith one of our best citizens has been in feeble health for4 months Mrs Vina Burris sold her farm to Ed Wheeler for 285 This farm is sit uated in a good community accessble to everything that makes life happy Quite a number attended court at Co lumbia Monday Mr Frank Shirly and family left f their home in Carrollton Mo last week accompanied by John and Rollin Cald well who will make that State their future home Mr andJiMrs Stephen of Russell t county visited S C Walkup Saturday Miss Margret Holladay of Joppa visited her sister Mrs J W Walker last week Miss Carrie B Flowers who is teach ing a music class near Edmonton visi ited Miss Delle Mitchell on Sunday Gradyville Lodge No 251 F A request all members to be present at their next meeting C W Sparks of Weed has added to his stock of goods dry goods and notions Mr Shelly Wilson sold his farm to Mrs Vina Burris for 75 also his stock and corn to G H Nell for 165 Mr Wilson and family have brushed theiAdair county dust from them and loca ted in Indiana Success to you and yours Shelly Mr Roy Walker the uptodate mer chant of Nell was here Thursday Mr Walker reports business good in his Chas Yates one of our farmers owns the first mule colt of the season It goes without saying that he knows what it takes to make a good colt iMr Leon Shuffit one of our best far mers made his appearance in our town Saturday morning with a two horse wagon load of Irish potatoes He in i formed your scribe that after his family consumed this winter 3 bushels he had on his wagon 18 bushels which he sold to Wilmore Moss at 75 eta per bushel Mr Shuffit only planted one half busht tIfpotatoes Mr Harry Weir of Lebanon Ten nessee and Miss Clara Wilmore who accompanied the remains of Mrs Carrie Powell to Columbia returned to Leba non Monday fannersIof making a trip out in the country the other day and was surprised to sec soImuch land cleared and so much ground plowed Success to our farmers t ESTO Mrs Nancy J Sullivan died last fweekthefe a The last few warm days has given new life to the wheat fields J Chas Campbell was here last week He bought several yearling colts pay ing from 45 to 60 per head Arley a son of W S Piocce is dry sick with fever B Grider is in Louisville buying his SPrinr t a v Wanted A sober and industrious young man in the Northeastern portion of Adair county to handle Singer Sew ing MachinesiG R HOLT Campbellsville Ky j If are due this office wood please bring idi It is not needed in warm t anyorment to take wood A good farm for sale cheap S D CRENSHAW 3 i tColumbia Ky 2m n t s vf Glensfork- t Messrs Lucien Blair and Jas Harvey left Wednesday for Illinois Miss Vada Taylor of Russell Sprin isvisiting relativeslhcre T Z for B Kelsay bought a mule Friday 75 W L Taylor who has been at So set selling sewing machines is at home SpDrat Marrowborne and will move there and practice his profession J1Y Vaughan a prosperous farmer andexcellent citizen who lives near here is dangerously sick with fever J Allen Turner a former citizen of this place but now of Russell cou was here Friday on business F W Leach and Geo Helm c aml rent citizens of Russell county here The former went to ColumbiaFridrty to transact business Mr Albert Johnson has sold his p f erty at this place known as the I Taylor property to M F Dudley has moved back to his farm Mr J buythehill C O Walkup our very excellent t sometimes merchant and somet farmer is very interested in the Rus sia Japanese war and is pushing he can for the Japs He is also as a partisan of Wm J Bryan as ever- and is indignant at the wanton m with which the CourierJournal crowd has ever pursued the Nebraskan fact is the CJs political advice is taken by the Glenville Democracy with fullplentyIN MEMORY OF A DEAD FRIEND The subject of this sketch wi leaf Mr Dick Smith died at her near Wlntewood Ky Feb 13 1901 Around the melancholy howesteOOf one who one year ago was WIthe whhoversWhich earthly ministering canwhdecay A voice is silent the cheerful h gone Of the fair loved one that consti Home A stranger ua earth heavenward bound Has reaped from a pilgrims life A home fixed on the rock or ages Where is stamped neither death tri als nor sttife The palms of victory placidly wave OVr the inheritance incorrup undefiled and tadeth not away u Whither has she tied and why n soon Ab we wait and mourn still a an swer save ofSar one from earth away On blossoms of peace her sleeping form rests While the angels shout around her thou art blessed thou art blessed The O1ingsFalls from the dark blue sky Upon the soft withering lowers In the cemetery where the cold t liesneaWhere a spirit has returned to God 100Anothtrthe good and just betoreQme As her two darling little boysoer white fields roam A sudden shadow crosses their child facesiAnd a cry ama why dont you come home todonthighSome thaPerhapsbring To her little boys In this cold wicked To worldilsus ever cling Then let Jesus your baby hearts And some time you can the that mama sleepsha To friends and relatives left beh God help them to bear their grief and painiThis rugged pathway for wayfar souls- WIJllead them to glory where EInMay they be shining stars in the ters crown We lift up our voices 0 God iu hum ble prayer to tbl- IOTeaclus to number our days face inglory we may see PEARL 6The culls P DICK Is Columbus 0 March 2Att- his 1220 afternoon Lieut Gov Han dlo6 0thDickdries lted States Senate for the short and long termsill the place of the late Senator Hannaat the joint session of the Leg as islature The vote stood at and John H Clarke 25 GenDlckat was introduced by Mr Harding uodpa said in brief ho man eau till as Senator U hisdeaththe task and carry forward his unfin j ished work Nor shall we fully a hisrburabout It up where he laid it down Recent elections State and nation al have registered the will of the peo the pie unmistakably In view of t theadadent Roosevelt that earnest and loyal sup l port which they merit and whlcbtlthe peojllb meant they rshould jhaveJau to uphold Senator Foraker Iu main tafufngOhios to gswtilch he and Senatorllduliatbt- acticsable and commandiur fillue in the upper house of Congress h contributed sii signally and so mac CermerIN iT eaking of crops etc the farmer inayktoe out this year his wheat crop but It looks as It there will be scud tim s hii him for every thing els The arras war in the fir Eist tiitetntr with other conditions has served to put value fur all products gontyfat up as are ovules burses atd hugs and rise in catlcfscoutI1entlally looked arvwell peatwd with this Fc n for that product ItflooTis uta manu p a tree trmti the farmer is strictly IT this waoSnun or qolmIrIs he certsKNOWING HOGS Imeshl r Sam Glassecck who recently moved to town is as full of good allties about his farm experience a lchegg is of meat One of the basfortells is his experience with his nel hIn oodICCcorn crop one year but hogs kept hetin into his field until be was iu gar of losing much of the fruits o labor He went around the field y to see if there was any gap fencing He found It pits tght one end to the other and Inca quence the gray matter in his uewas very much disturbed as to those hogs gut in He determin watch and was rewarded for hlslx n a little hill just outside of fence he found a large grape ich had beeu bitten into b s and this vine was the means ich these roguish bogsjwere gel their fill every day of Sams corn They would grab that vine and swing swingtotesand go for the corn Sam cu vine down and has preserved a it He will tight any man who tionsthe truthfulnestjof this stoyr Ellzabethtown News I am anxious to collect all money subscribed to the Lindsey Wilson patableinterest N M Tutt Treasurer =CHEAP RATES OUTJ Sourthern Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas Homeseekera Opportunities Heres your chance Very low eway and round trip rates Southwest this wiuter about half the regular fare twice a man rby dates are Dec 15 1908 Jan 5 and 19 sad Feb 2 and 16I 4 Good time to visit South east Missouri Arkansas Lo iana or Texas and pick out a loca tion theRound trip tickets permit stop over on the going trip return 21 days Write and tell us yours startingpoiut and where you ci go We will tellLLexactlyc what your ticket will cost one awayt your baggage is checked that you are comfortably lac 6n the right train Write for illustrated descriptive literature agekeepme stetState me in the country along the RouteDd sel Write today to f L 0 Schaffer T P A woel0fthe9orLa Beaume G P TA LouisaMo u CHEAP LANDS For Homcseekers and COIOIUCSPtcountry along tbe Cotton in Southeast Missouri Northwest Lout lana and Texas offers the greatest opportunities tor- goodllomeseekers Mild climate water cheap building material ab ance of fuel and soil that will o payforcheap as 3250 an acre prairie land 81 and 86 per acre bottom land 35 and 80 per acre uP Improved or qtly cleared landat 810 and 81Waacre up Some fine s 8000nova acres money In this trnckJands Hipcheap rates excursion dates al Sfcountryhome that will cost you no more than rent you pay every yearE DrhisCotton Belt Route St Lodi Wq for NO TIME FOR YELLOWNESS dThe fact that there seems Ho bOia systematic rt on the prrt of Rus sins yellow press to stir up ieeli jg notcecounterve thaththere should bend resort to misrepresentation on the part of the American press It Is inevitable hatiu a contest of the kind now at trading the attention of Ibe word individuals will feel a prefr rence for one of the other of combatants but It uuet not he fnr nttcu that the United States as a government maintaining strict iauriiL fir each of tLe Lat iuvoiud is a plead Appearances have perhaps given IhtRUslmthe American Asiatic IHet was sent to the Subg bay usual satiou in the hlllppines which fur some reasons permitted to still hear the un Americanname Glongapu it was ainly mlst natural that the stan should have got this name mixed up with some of tbe po places whichcover the map of Korea and that In InststnWeanRussian presses tbat mistake not one American ten thousand knows where Olongv Is or that it is waget hertAmericancare tbatlis that fromRious Russian newspapers will fillihowdiseaseed h to calcursa wrong impression rulvineconybyauthorlths lan hatiDgJapanese allowing other foreigners to remain timoverthunderbolt ts of thlrtsal justgoesHarbinjustAmerican consular ollicer who m cose inspection of the place orates hayiamong foreign element at Harbin Atlanta Constitution peddiESh im mediately A vigilant watch should commenceand kept up until every andthercbyfriends an opportunity to bail themhe worsethan orliquorlive and ouch admired amusewe nthTaylor County Enquirer tenthmen wreck on the Chicago Great railroad were burned to death la1Sud Thomas Wade shot and mortally wounded J L Gibbons fltmram to Journal Quite a sentiment developed against the creation of the nty of Thorne from parts of IV hi onitbasedapooratedand countyouruta seat tive expressed Jt soother panper county would be thrown on the The bodies of Arthur W and wife of Huntington Ii were found in a Chicago hotel The man had bepn shot and the man had taken poison ApEx patently they had committed sui cide by agreement Miss Rebecca Thomas dater of a wealthy Warren con bybygreen i5le000 extension at the Hopjcinsville Asylum was passed by the Senate without opposition goottenREPORTED BY SAM LEWIS Wool Grease clean 18 shod Wool 25 Beeswax 22 Feathers 44 Hides Green 5fag des Dry 10 ng Gingeug 40C Chicken 7 of HenB 0h My18 ied Apples ask 21 This report will be sallw revision weekly OLD MAIDS AND YOUNG MATRONS Miss Dorothy Dlx the young lady who contributes things to the news papers admits with some irritation that all women have a horror of be coming bldrinalds Miss Dix declares It is a senseless horror though she probably means that the feeling is merely unroasonable Atany rate she scouts tbe idea and says that it one of tbe greatest drawbacks womans real advancement Sue dues out pause to consider t perhaps the secret of it is the math rave feeling that every girl ur pu womau hits that somewhere Iu t wide worlda man the ideal manis waiting for her and that she could Hud tbls wan she rvu straightway be happy forever aft The romancers have seized on this instinct as the basis of their dreamt and the pets have worked it over and over unceasingly But we fall to Me how the horror of becoming an old mild interferes with womans real advancement Sue bas her likes and her dislikes what inGeorgla wecall her ruthtH everywhere bbe bas pretty much own way it she wants it At same time we fail to see why even the inct on which all our poetry ance are based should prevent our young women from being ha though single She may feet tbat has been robbed of some of the joy sotIded bliss but there areso ys in which she cau be useful self to her intends and to burnt nl ipty even as an old maid that unbapp ness should be far from her tx eligion as well as instinct teach ethat womans proper sphere is in ng tbe duties of wife and mot our boasted civilization and progress have created so many unforeseen complications that exceptions e are recognized by all who trouble to consider the mat Our system of education our meth varied and various environment ve taken the women as well a men away from tne sweet simpl that prevailed in the more primes and places Having created it were new conditions and new cir cumstanceswe should be foolish Inc not to recognize them In spite of all tbe changes how longIngis always looking for tbe ideal wo manIAnd it sometimes happens indeed ppens more frequently than the c Is willing to admit tbat th find each other and when tbat is case they give to their friends and unadulteredin atcd might well be envied fillonends lacking in all the qualities that make one attractive may seem to be commonplace and y he may be awkward and un gain ly he may be lacking in every ale that makes for show and yet be veryfewa result All that a woman asks a be summed up In two words derness and consideration And YYearawate Loose and ill considered divorce s promote indiscriminate mar- rlaJes both parties to the contract feel that the law will absolve them from it with little or no troublebu t apart from this fruitful source of troube there are as many happy mar riages now as there ever wereAtlama Constitution pleasebringweather This isnot directed to any except where we have an agree nt to take wood yearbrightenthe Public Schools Take the Normal course at the LindsayWilson School and fear not failure in the examination LIVE STOOK MARKEr LIVEdStock- Yards CATTLE tra shipping W 50fB4 75 Light shipping 4 25450 Best butchers 4 004 95hrbyera 200 to 300 tbs 555 Fair to good packing 160 to 200tt s 555 Good to extra light 120 to 160 fbs 6 05 SHEEP AND LAMBS d to extra shipping 3 503 75 Fair to good 2 502 Common to medium 50 20 Scientific Shoeing 0Lam ready to do Black Smith of any kind from horse shoe to the repairing of the finest vohioles I will make a specialty shoeing horses with diseased and guarantee satisfaction shop is located back of livery Barbee Robertson Give fittedL s 11J04Tics Worlds Fair Lino MUST t1AYE BEEN A KeNTUCKIA Wh ere areyougoing niy pretty maid l To the Worlds FairatSt Louis sir she ssid Over mydear RoutetogobutucFor Free Reclining Chair Cars si saidhisAnd where flies this Palace of travel iPsaid he oldFrom Kentuckythrough Evansville erto St Louis saidshe You seem to be pleased with that line he said They arc Good Service origins torsOsir she said Im traveling another routetis good said he Youll have to show me kind s said she saidiernthedenandLouisphe my doubt not a helpmate you need anysaid she toBut Henderson Route Comfort Linefor me Then you wail not come my way said No Im for the Henderson any d she said worthher more No but the Choisest of Routes is dear sir said she maidlhabitlds111ENsundoubtedlyive asand would have no other Thereforeif you would eedwedded and happy be Get The Henderson Route Habit acquireonghave a good farm horse which I Itwould like to exchange for a light two horse wagon eyiCrenshaw Wilmore Hotel t W M WLLMOBE Prop Qradyville Kentucky THERE is no better place to stop holmapel a table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached SURGEON Fistulo Pollevil splints spavinr any surgical work done at fair prices I am fixed to take care of stock Special attention to eyes S D OltBNSHATV- H mile from Columbia on Disappointment Stone Stone AllorneysAtLaw JAMESTOWN KENTUCKY 0Will practice in the courts in this and ad joining counties 5oSpecial attention given collections PEOPLE O- FRDAJR COUNTY Can save money by mailing a postal for the goods 5listed belowt Pitchers Castoria a17cPe- ruaa r 67c Swamp Root 67c Best Liniment 25c Paracbamp 13c Everything at cut rates CITY HALL PHARMACY tLouisville i J 3 1 FRESH OROOERIES It you wantfresh Groceries Fruits Canoed Dried or in natural state I can serve you Fresh meat of tbe best grade served every day in the WeeK I carry a full line of Cooking Iofca BENNETTr 4i44QIFIFTH 7UL6NVE HOTEL J0 31 Es o 333y BET STREETS T KENTUCKYsas J 4EEiieirFiretclaesoidand Retail Districts Churches and Theatres 0 0rGee Schenck Asst M T 0 o 4 W C MURRELL J F TRIPLETT 0 TRIPhHrIaY I OOO V The above named firm have just received a nice line of Coffins and ULaskets and are ready toserve families who may need anything in Qo their line They will also keep Collins of their own make and wll 4sell every thing in their line at the lowest prices A hearse will bo Ofurnished S fir Cal and see them over Jackmans Harness and Saddlery shop Q 0OOoDBHLBR BROTHERS 116 East Market Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Carry All TTAiirllts In STOCK SEND FOR PRICES u vs- a cncn1S-D I ti lXII BBBBBBBBB XniX 97QKDIlin r- R IFFCI It DILLER BENNETT CO Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers i- nFURNITUREOFFICE and WAREROOMS 527WHainSt LOUISVILLE KY DR JAMES MENZIESJEFFRIESO BLDG ROOMS I Columbia Ky O TEOPflT Y an Consultation and ExaminationI Free at Office BLIGKENSDERFER t PRICES Niagara No No Electric fllO SniEICHT ibaNo571bsElectric Tokaow It Is to prefer It Over 80000 now ia use fir Call or send for Catalogue 0 Typewriterstandard machines on tbe market regardless of price It can be kept in per ect working condition foras long a time as any other machine built at one = tenth tbe cost CGENERAL West Virginia Deleware and Kentucky PATTERSON HOTELJ MeSTO LN KY Nobetterjam place can be found than at the above named hptel J Jsnaelegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied wzfeki e best the market affords Feed Stable iu connectionS JB PATTERSON ij-e i iut + 8 i t i 4 t I