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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mJJt lbair 00uufU NtW VOLUME 7 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL G 19041 NUMBER J8 POST OFFICE DIRECTORY J RUSSELL POSTMASTER II T BAKER DEPUTY POSTMASTER hours week days 730 a ra to 930 pm COURT DIREOTOKT CoURTThree sessions a yearThird Monday in January third in and third Monday in September Circuit Judce II C Baker Commonwealths AttorneyA A Huddlcrton Sheriff F W Miller Circuit ClerkJ F Neat First in each month T A MurrelL County AttorneyJas Garnett Jr ClerkT R Stalls JailerJ K P Conover Assessor E W Burton Surveyor R T McCaffreo SupL W Jones CoronerC Russell Regular court second Monday in each month JudgeJas Eubank- AttorneyGordon Montgomery Marshal T Flowers Jr CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIANa r STREETRcv W Clemens pastor Services second and fourth Sundays each month SundaySchool at a m every Sabbath Prayermeetintrevery Wednesday night METHODIST Rev F E Lewis pastor Services first and third Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST Rev J P Scruggs pas40- rFirst and third Sundays in each month Sunday every Sabbath at a m Prayermeetine Tuesday nightI CHRISTIAN PIKE pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool ever Sabbath at 930 a m rrayermeetins Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC No F and A Regnlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full in each month Gordon Montgomery W James Garnelt Jr Secretary R A M No Z meets Friday night after full Horace Jeffries ILl W W Bradshaw Secretary TIlE Jack of alI rades HE IShells Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Press For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY W F JEFFRIES SON Agts RATS 6APS Ulyl CANESFURS HENRY W EDDLEMAN 408WMARKET STLOUISVILLEKva SOLE AGENT FOR MILLERS HATS SOLE AGENT FOR YOUMANS HATS COMPLETE LINE JOHN B STETSON HATS Stone Stone AttorneysAtLaw JAMESTOWN KENTUCKY 0Will practice in the courts in this and ad joining counties 0 Specialattention given collections FOR SALE Aihouse and lot near the roller mill on road leading to Fair- Grounds E L Moss tf e THE COLORED FOLKSSMITH MET Smithmeta man the other day Asho rode into town And as Smith passed him the way lIe saw the man was Brown Another man Smith chanced to meet Before he started back As they were walking down the street Smith saw this onewas Black The queerest man Smith met Or had ever seen was one he never will forget For the man was Green lie met a worthy Gentleman On his return at night And thouch a Republican The man was surely White Of other folks weve read Including Dunn and Bay know that poor Ben Battle said His Nellie was a Gray J T Montpelier Ky Mr W L Walker and one of his salesmen Mr L L Eubank have returned from market Ft APACHE ARIZONA We had a terrible storm last night I was on guard and thought several times I would drown or be blown away We have been real busy for the past 10 days An Inspector General from headquarters has been with us Inspecting everything in the port He had us out drilling most every flay We have three troops here at present One day he had fl and G Troops of the 3rd Cavalry to give M Troop of the 5th Cavalry 3 hours start of them then try to capture them We had quite a task finding them They cap tured my Captain one Corporal and four Privates when we began to close in on them We certainly had a nice sham battle I could see the boys on both sides falling as if they were kill ed One fellow by me was accidet tally wounded but M Troop soon surrendered We then went back over the battle field to gather up the woun ded and bury the dead It was quite exciting with most of us Tne inspector condemned 75 horse 30 mules several wagons and hundreds of quip ments A boy from Lexington Ky was taken back by civil authority as a witness in a murder case I bare my doubts as to his return Four pf M Troop boys deserted last week but were captured They are good for 3 years and a dishonorable discharge A man is foolish for trying to desert from this place The rcouts arc alp most sure to catch them I just came back from an eight day trip fixing tel egraph wires I went with a couple of scouts had plenty of game to eat such as deer bear turkey ducks and jack rabbits I enj eyed my trip tine the first night I thought of stenos I which I have read about Indians capturing white boys aitbougn 1 wasnt the least bit afraid of them 1 had lots of fun with them and learned a agrtat deal about their tribe by watch lug them and asking them questions I am glad to say the hopital is emp ty with the exception of three pa tientsTarget practice has begun We have several sharp shouters They can do fine shouting at 1075 yards We are having some real hot weather It is as hot now as it Jets back there in July The following is a piece on my trip from the railroad Along the dry and sandy plain The cattle dawl a cow buy sings A weld and lonesome refrain While down to earth he often brings Some feathered creature of the air With this from whose smoking breach Goes forth a whizzing bullet where His deadly aim can reach Upon the bluff the jigged rocks Seem plunged In rough fantastic strife And only clumps of parched phlox And cactus struggle there for life Within a hollow lie the bones Of buffdo sunbleached and old Amid loose quartz and broken stones Where miners once sought for gold A ranch appears not far away Across the sallow wast the Iuht Fads with the dark cloud uf day And creeps behind the bars of night This dusky hour the spirit feels That boundless freedom of the West As through the world of fancy steals A senst of welcome rest ORAL L MCCLUKE n Troop 3rd Cavalry SPARES MLLE There arc several cases of measles In this community The families of Marion Janes and Thompson Days are better Woolen Pulliam are doing well in the goods and timber business Our Lodge No 516 is prospering at this time Two brothers were initiated at the February meeting one raised and one restored If we had a ball we would be in good shape The heavy rains have washed lots of our land Mose Wooten has concluded to large his store building A daughter of J F Gilpin got her thumb broken by a frightened horse The road from here to Columbia is in better shape than it has been for some time IHpn D C Edwards candidate for Congress and Hon M Rey Yarberry a Hunter follower had a little bout at the courthouse Rouday afternoon s Null Spring St06K To the Ladies who want the pick and choice of the greatest line of Dress Goods and Trimmings ever shown in Columbia we invite to ca- llDooartffiolltOur wash Fabric We have an endless variety of Patterns to show you In buying this line early we had the pick and cream of all that was out for this season Call and we will convince you that you could have no better selection to buy from in any of the large cities The new weaves in Madras Oxford Piques Vestings Linen Suitings Danish Cloths Home spun Suitings Cheviots Percales Irish Linens Parish Mousillins Wash Chiffons c are all beautiful woolen Dress Goods New Weaves in Voiles Etamines Plain Mohairs Flecked Mohairs Granits Flan nel Waistings c SKirts Special attention is called to our Tailored Skirts for ladies and misses all the new cloths and styles We can fit you nicely Trimiinos A rich stock Silks Medallions and Ornaments an endless line of Fine Imported La ces Hamburg Nainsook and Swiss Edgeings YOU MUST NOT miss seeing this stock Ladies Underwear and Furnishings Weve everything you want in Muslin Underwear Corset Covers siery Handkerchief Purses Lace Collars Neckwear Stick Pins Brooches BeltsFans Kid Gloves Silk Gloves c Linen Department The RussoJap war has advanced Linens our lines were bought before the ad vance We have very cheap stocks in Table Linens Napkins Towels Crashes Linen Sheeting Butchers Linens c Mattings Carpets Rugs Oil Cloths Art Squares Lace Curtains Window Shades Fixtures Etc Our stock was never so large as for this Spring Patterns in Mattings Brussells and Ingrain Carpets are first class Clothing We have largely increased this department and are showing Handsome things in Mens Tailor Made Suits from 10 to 15 Young Mens and Boys Suits made by Cus tom Tailors We carry no sweat shop or Auction Goodsandcan fit any size or shape Shoes In this department we have by handling the best goods outclassed all competitors When you buy a Man or Ladies Shoe from us you may rest assured that you are getting the best quality and latest styles We lead the procession on Footwear Our Helmers Bettmann line of Mens Shoes and Oxfords and our Krippendorf Dittmann Cos make of Ladies fine Shoes and Oxfords are simply unsurpassed We have all the latest leath ers and styles Sewing Machines If you see our stock of Machines you would think we were in the sewing machine business Well we are and we are determined to stop our people from being robbed by catalogue houses We have sewing machines at 1150 1250 1500 1700 1800 2000 2500 2700 and 3500 any style any price with a guarantee for ten years Mens Furnishings Shirts Hosiery Underwear Ties Hats Collars Cuffs c Dont miss seeing our line of Negligee Shirts they are grand FurnitureParlorCenter Tables Easels Solid Cotton Mattresses c Space in this paper cost too much money for us to tell you all about our stock its the biggest stock in this part of Kentucky In fact there are lots of City Houses that dont surpass us Youhave only to come and be convinced Yes we are Vaiting for you Rll6I1i 1MIIVrO1L JJI DRESSED LUMBERWe proprietors of the Planing Mill locatedern Sulphur Fork desire to say that we are ready to deliver all kinds of lumber In the town of Columbia at the very lowest prices ROUGH LUMBERWe also keep upon the yard a large supply of undressed lumber which we will deliver upon the same terms All we ask Is to examine our material and set our pricesMorrison Sandusky I GROCERIESo I k eep a Fresh and Complete Scock of Groceries- ill Sell as Cheap as Any Man Country Produce Taken in Exchange for Goods Give Me a Part of Your Trade and Try My Values SOUTH SIDE OF PUBLIC SQUARE O A COY J C BROWNING R P BROWNING BROWNING BROS COLUMBIA LIVERYMEN Splendid Vehicles firstclass teams safe drivers Our Stable at all times is well stocked with provender Your trade so licite- dEntranceWater Street New outfits for all purposes BECKP S l NGE ffi IJJIEIRWM IEN9 D1ItIIiIBIA9o IKIENfi1tU IKY o ==hiuWe Keep a Full and Complete Line of Fresh Groceries WILL DELIVER Them to Any Home Inside the Corpo rate Limits of Columbia PHONE 46 GIVE Us A PART OF YOUR BUSINESS PLACE OF BUSINESS CORNER SQUARE AND JAMESTOWN STREET Picket Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT C A Bridges Co PROPRIETORS Cor Eighth and Main Streets CHAS A BRIDGES LOUIS3iILLB IY W Q BRIDGES Four Months Storage Free iiQ COLUMBIA KY UfISA BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN 0Q Architecture containing 35 new neat and well ven tilated rooms It is nicely furnished conveniently 0 located and is the best hoteLm Southern Kentucky i Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three IxP good sample rooms for commercial men 0 M H MARCUM Propr I 000 OOOOOOOOT0000000000000OFFICE DR JEFFRIES BLDG ROOM 6 Columbia Ky OJEOpJJJW Consultation and Examination Free at Office DRESSED BUILDING LUMBER J41JRTROSS CO- e4sueLDMBI 7 KeNTVCKlY The undersigned have just put in new machinery and are ready to furnish all kinds of dressed building material at the lowest possi ble figures Custom Work Veranda Trimmings Mouldings Etc a Specialty OFFICE ON SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE THE SAME OLD STAND PHONE 43 Ii C HURT EDWIN HURT i IDltc ttniy ljounty 3cty Published Evvy Wednesday H fUE 4dair Bounty News So Ir COaror A rtsnl CE1AHH HJVRRIN Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties tilassWEDNESDAY 6 1904 The Hearst boom for the Dem ocratic nomination for Presiden- is t likely to go to pieces before th convention meets in St Louis The early bird does not ignow under the pressure e press and should he outlive it he will prove himself a great political general Judge Parker seems to be looming up in many sec tions and it would not be a sur prise if he should receive th ounominationp ewer to name the leader of th next battle we would not disturb either of the above distinguished gentlemen but would go to th Old Dominion and cry in a lou voice Fitzhugh Lee lead th forces We want Jersonianprin ciples incorporated in the pla form a known Jeffersonian Democrat in the saddle Mr Lee ha proven himself a great man i State and Nation No one woul mistrust him and none could su cessfully assail him The old mother of States and statesmen has the material why not use it Judge Parker seems to be d cidedly in the lead for the Demo cratic nomination for the Presidency At a conference in Wash ington which Senators Black burn McCreary Cormack B con Mallory Simmons Dubo and others were present it w determined that at this time he appeared to be the most available candidate At the meeting were August and Perry Belmont representing New York business interests The announcement w made that the South was solid for Parker The fight now on in the Democratic party to our mind is an omen of peace a forerunner of union and indicative of victory The trouble will all be settled in the St Louis conven tion and the party be left in the strongest position to fight the common enemy Democrats want victory they are tired of dissen tion and defeat and will therefore make due concessions for united action The prospects are brightening If the Federal Govenment should take courage and pattern after Missouri there would less be several vacancies to whi honest men could be appointed The demand made by the minority in congress for a general investigation has been sidetrack- and the grafters are happy We note from a Washington dispatch that the republican leaders have come to the conclusion that every day congress remains in session is a day of damage to the party But adjourn wouldnr t obviate the constant danger of an executive enactment The campaign for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Seventh district is growing warm The leading candidates are J Campbell Cantrill and P Kimball Mr William Henry Jones who is the editor of the Glasgow R lican has announced forthe no ination for Congress in the Third District It is easy to annonnce National Banks will now have to report to the State Auditor order that their shares may assessed by the Board of Valuation It is reported here that Hon John S Rhea is a physical wre and that he will necessarily have to retire from public life Out of about seven hundred bills introduced during the last Legislature one hundred and thirtyone become lawsr IIJ The bill repealing the tax of 6 cents a pound on leaf tobacco was favorably reported by unanimous vote of the Ways and Means Sub Committee victory being thus assured to the Kentucky and Tennessee Congressmen who have fought for the relief of the grow ers of tobacco The bill as re ported was drafted by Commissioner John W Yerkes andre moves all restrictions from the sale of unmanufactured tobacco and embodies the principle of the bills introduced by Representa ve Gaines Trimble James Stanley and Rhea The bill will be reported by the whole committee next Wednesday and will be passed immediately ien an investi scoursswasprevent publicity Mr Gorman said the Administration was ruling Congress which could pass no bills until they had first been considered at the White House He denounced the plan oef as an to the Republicae ri Bereea t instiecon recentltprohibits the coeducation of Kentuckynas usu rowce Court The Republican primary to Conegress district will be pulled off in August There are four candidates in the field but it is generally conceded Ead foisr favoasJosepRconvicted in the Federal Court for accepting a bribe It is t thyseat The case will be appeale- Think of it A United States Senator accepting a bribe offof New York says that the in dorsement of Judge Alton Pa ken for the presidency of York is practically assured as t result of primaries in that State The Sapp faction in Louisville are now working to oust Postmaster Baker and Collector J A Craft It is not believed that it will succeed FONT HILL nicelycMr J M Smith who has been in Virginia for the past three months turned home the 31st inst Robedt e Louisville market this week to buy their spring goods Last Wednesday night March 23 the the third degree was conferred on G Rexroat Irvins Store at Font l Lodge 752 F and A M The work was well done J H Smith is having a large log yard made near here There will be poplarFonthill Lodge No 752 F and A M meet at their hall the second Saturday night in each month Our next meeting will be Saturday night with some work ITONWMr Bell Brown who has been co fined to his room for three months throat trouble is not expected to liv alle300mThe lumber business in this locality boughtfromRev Parsons of North Carolina a Baptist minister will preach for our moobeth SundayinP H Zearbeaugh who has been in hisfamilyCkMiss Linnic Sanders and Mr Luther Columbia PlymothRockare the Iowa fine strain Mrs A E Cabell Joppa Ky 1RADYVJLLF Geo H Nell has been confined to his room with chills Dr S A Taylor was In Columbia last Saturday J A Diddle attended court at Greensburg Friday Mr Thos Moss who has been quits sick with pneumonia is improving Mr Robert Walker has been on the sick list Mrs C 0 Moss visited her sister Miss Mollie Flowers in Columbia Friday N H Moss spent several days of last week on his farm at Keltner G E Nell spent Friday night in Ct A Yates of Edmonton was here last week J H Caldwell of Portland was here Monday preachedinH A Moss of Greensburg passed through here Saturday enroute for Bak arton Rev W H C Sandidge passed through here Friday enroute for Grace Union to attend Presbytery also Misses Sallie Diddle and Ella Dohoney ac companied by J D Walker attended Saturday and Sunday Miss Bessie Walker who has been at home on the sick list will soon be able to return to school One of the wisest men in this town is Mr Strong Hill He has just comple ted a storm house that is well located under mother earth Mr Esco Reece a very popular young hisYW S Knight of Jamestown was here last week enroute for Metcalfe and Barren counties youngnmony made his regular trip to Hickory ridge last Saturday Mr and Sirs W C Yates of Port land spent Saturday night with J W Walker and wife R L Davis and family of Portland enjoyed the hospitality of N H Moss and wife last Wednesday Mesdames J D Walker and Charles Yates have been on the sick list Walkup Yates the tombstone men are doing good business and are prepar ed to do work in that line Mrs C Wilmore and Mrs W M Wilmore spent Friday evening with Mrs Helen Wilmore L M Wilmore and wife attended the PheatWe dont know of a more industrious indchicken house and repaired the parson age While he is a young man of a fe v years experience he is one of our corning preachers Married on the 3dat the residence of the brides father Miss Stotts to officirColumbiaheberry Rev T J Campbell officiated The bride is an accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs James Gilpin Sparks ville while the groom is a prosperous merchant H A Walker the well known stock man of Columbia was here last week and bought a span of mules of Smith Nell for 30750 and sold H C Walker spanfor165 J A Diddle sold James Keen a 200reSmith Nell shipped a car load of cattle co Louisville last week W C Yates and R L Davis Port land were here last week driving two spans of the finest looking horses that have been seen here for a long time It wasFadjusteditlawof S D Caldwell who a fine Rus sell creek farm and has plenty of hay and corn WATSON Mr W T Childers who has been sick is improving Mrs Childers is no better Several attended the surprise birth day dinner of Mrs J R Rice on the 23dThe people of this place have put a cemeterynappearance Saturdayeage to the fruit Miss Ora Corbin who has been on the issick list is up again Rev Z T Williams preached two in teresting sermons at Egypt last Sun day YET1NERY SURGEON Ffstulo Poll evll splints spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices I am fixed to take care of stock Special attention to eyes S D OBENSHAW X mile from Columbia Disappointment E ED Lf XINGTON NO 1857A e H R One of the greatest young stallions ever offered the public wil serve a limited number of mares only at our barn at 1000 to in sure a living colt This horse contains as much of the blood of the Great Cabell Lexington as any living horse No horse in Kentucky has more style finish substance and action DENMARK CHIEF our bay stallion 16 hands high will also make the season of 1904 at 700 MONARCHThis wellknown jack yill serves mares at 600 In all cases money due when mare foals or bred to other stock or removed from neighborhood Call and see us no trouble to show stock COFFEY BROTHERS Columbia Ky Phone 9 n HARDWARE SADDLES HARNESS FARM IM PLEMENTS AND FIELD SEEDS CORN DRILLS 0EMPIRE SHOE SUPERIOR Disc PLANTERS FRIEND AND BLACK HAW- KCULTIVATORS 0 NEW WESTERN LITTLE JOKER AND BUCKEYE BUGGIES and HARNESS PLOWS 0 VULCAN PLOWS ARE THE BEST WAGONS 0 OLD HICKORY AND TENNESSEE FARM WAGO- NSFERTILIZER 0 GLOBE AND NATIONAL NONE BETTER We can please you in anything needed in our line Call on us Wm R JEFFRIES SON- Columbia Ky Columbia Roller Mill rcoccoo X uo 5 We manufacture venir and theHSOUIBrands of Flour Meal Bran and buy Wheat and Corn and pay the market cash price We ikeep a large stock with our make and from other mills Flour We furnrsh all ofI of Rough Lumber promptly fille- dMyersStapies Robertson Columbia Kentucky E L HUGHES 60 SASH DOORS BLINDSA- ND All Kinds of Building Material wRITE FOR7ESTI MATES 123 125 E MainSt LOUISVILLE K- YHOTELPATTERSON JKTSfteSTOWN KYjtdP Nojbetter place can be found than at the above named hotel is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied with the best the market affords Feed Stable in connection J J B PATTERSON NEW LIVERY FIRM 1ASSIE CHEWNINGC- OLUMBIA KY 0We have just purchased the livery stable from the late firm i- fStaples Robertson Co- P jn putts to nroominodutu the public with firstclass rig furnishing safe drivers It will be our aim to please our patrons and your trade is solicited GRADYVILLE STOCK FARM JORDAN PEACOCK No 1148 S H R The best breeder in Kentucky will make the present season at his home in Gradyville Ky at the liw price of 1500 to insure a living colt money due when the colt is foaled or mire traded or leaves the neighborhood if mare loses a colt by hard service or rough treatment the owner must pay for the season JORDAN PEACOCK has proven to he the best breeder in Kentucky his oolts command the highest prices at any age They have been sold as high as 250 at 6 months lId and as high as 2000 at 4 years old There never has been a horse in Southern Ky that his get has sold as high as Jordan Pea cocks as a show horse he stands with a record second to none He has been shown at the best fairs in Kentucky and Tennessee and has defeated the best Stallions Mares and Geldings in both States umongthem was the Great Highland Denmark Monty Crisp Jr Thornton Star and the greatest of all show Stallions the great Ken tucky Squirrel owned by Mr L W Preston of Glasgow and a host of other good ones too numerous to mention Jordans colts are also winners Jordan Star made 22 shows at 2yeareold and won 21 blues and ono rid i Willie Peacock at 2yearsold won the sweepstake at Horse Cave for the best New York Sddle Stallion Mare or Gelding over a host of good ones among them was Jane Carter the great New York saddle mare owned by J T Crenshsw of Lexington who won the 1000 stake at Kansas City Willie Peacock also won at Horse Cave forthe educated premium over 7 entries of the best educated horses in Kentucky Now if you want to raise the best breed to Jcrdan Peacock aud yon will get the best Jordan Peacock was sired by Peacock No 400 he by Blue Jeans No 8 he Pertus Halson im ported Jordans 1st Dam by Cabbells Lexington he by GuistJBlaok Hawk and he by Bloods Black Hawk Jordans 2nd dam by Lewis Jordan thoroughbred from 2 to 7 dam thoroughbred There is not a better bred horse living than JORDAN PEACOC- will also stand a fine BLACK JACK 5 years old sired by Gov St John and dam by Imported Leon at 7 00 to insure a mare in foal All care to prevent accidents but I will not be responsible should any occur Pasture at 50 cts per week or grain fed at cost Respt W LGrady Bigger Stocks Better Values In Carpets Rugs Mattings and Linoleum Four Immense DisplayFloors Qualities and Prices Right When in Louisville be sure to call on us You are wel come whether you buy or no- tBrOSHUDDUCtl 524526528 W Market St1 LOU S V ILL E KY NOTICE WE ARE cr2nYthnh Do ANY KIND of horseshoeing and work all kinds of Buggy Carriage and Wagon Repairing wears also prepared to apply all kinds of new RUBBER TIRE We keep a stock of the best material and repairs Work done at our shop is guaranteed in workmanship and prices Shop located on depot street near Main us a CLARK PARSON Campbellsville Ky Mar Ily Russsll Creek Poultry Farm BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK FOWLS EXCLUSIVELY EGGS FOR HATCHING Having care fully mated our breeding yard for the season of 1904 we are prepared to fill BPThanking my friends for past favors soliciting your patronage in the future MRS H J PAXTON Rollingburg Ky 2mon fi1 C S GRADY IDENTIST I p f work erOFFiCB over Russell Murrells Store Columbia Ky BELLS HOTEL Lebanon Ku Frank Bell Pronrletor 0This hotel Is located opposite the L d N Depot and a splendid place at which to stop Good meals excellent attention and thp rates very reasona ble Trade of Adair and adjoining ties solicited + Gt M WISEMAN SON + W RO S RS and OPTICIANS Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stones 0eclal attention given to work and all orders of goods In our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2nd 0iMaatcHaH- LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 1 wtu PERSONAL MENTION Mr Cameron Dunbar of Creelsboro is in town Mr E G Atkins is spending a week in Louisville irGeo E Wilson Cane Valley was here Monday 1Mr J A Diddle was here in al trading humor Monday Mr Frank Breeding of Sparksville was here Monday Mr Jo Hunter of Gradyville was here county court day Mr J W Townsend Milltown on the square MondayiMr J W Faulkner Tampico here at the mule sale Mr Ben E Rowe was quite sick several days of last week Mr C S Walkup of Gradyville in to see us last Monday Dr G T Simpson of Breedings was here the first of the week Mr Coy Dudgeon Cane Valley was here the first of the week Mr A O Taylor Montpelier will leave for Louisville this week Mr J W Sublett Cane Valley in town the first of the week Mr E W Read and little daughter Frances are on the sick list Mr J J Hunter merchant at Grady yule is in the Louisville market Miss Estelle Willis of Joppa was in Columbia shopping last Friday Mr R P Breeding of Breeding was in town the first of the week Mrs Mary Price who was danger- ouslyI ill has very much improved Mr and Mrs J T Barbee have turned from a visit to Campbellsville Messrs NS Mercer and RL Davsi- Militown were here county court day Mr J H Chew of Burkesville spent several days of laSt week in Columbia Messrs Basil Chapman end R Murrell Glensfork were in town day Messrs Jo Smith and Geo H Nell Gradyville were on the market here Monday Mr P H Bridgwater was here coun ty court the first time for several months Dr C S Grady Messrs G T Flowers and Sam N Hancock are visiting in Monticello Mr Titus Mercer and wife Milltown t were visiting in Columbia the first ofatthe week Mr Jo Hurt who was dangerously ill with pneumonia is now considered out of danger Mr W S Knight Jamestown m layMr J W Flowers who is in school at Bowling Green returned home Monday night Mr Olie Taylor and his sister Miss Lavie of Montpelier visited in Columbia last Friday Mr E J Pag and his little son Alvin Cane Valley called at the News office Monday Mrs Mary Patteson has so far recovered as to be pronounced out of mediate danger Capt W W Bradshaw is attending the Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church Misses Maggie and Nannie Rowe of Rowena are visiting relatives and friends in Columbia Mr Jo Hood is dangerously sick with pneumonia Mr Hood has been rather feeble for two years lrGeo H Gowdy President of Taylor National Bank Campbellsville was in Columbia last Friday Mrs Mary Dunbar of Creelsboro who met with a serious accident in t place ten days ago is improving memberiof was 9u L sick for ten days has about recovere- Mr W J Callison reportthat betterI Walker who has been attending the L C Y L Leban GradyvilleMr Sam F White who has been the editor and manager of a paper published in the School of Reform Louisville tas tendered his resignation and isnow at home Mr B F Tupman who lives on Green river was in town Monday and informed us that he had killed three hundred crows in the last few weeks He bated them with strychnine Mrs J W Butler who went to Louis specialhased her that her affliction was not as serious as she imagined and that she could be treated at home Mr W E Bradshaw met his wife and Mrs Butler at Campbellsville last Wednesday MyleftplingColumbia Mill Co bought 400 acres inthatmanufacture it in Texarkana LOCALJOTTINGSv L W Bennett dealer in grocer se Afullt Greens and jowl Fine prospect for all kinds of fruit in this section Liberty circuit court commenced last Monday You can get most any kind of pipe r goods at this office Born to the wife of Andrew Richards on the 4th a boy Born to the wife of Henry Willis on April 1st a daughter A series of meetings are now in progress at the Baptist church Mrs Allen Irvine who lived near Creelsboro died one day last week If you need a cooking stove call on L buyingCorrespondents will please mail letters so that they will reach us Friday evening The Adair Fiscal Court is in sessio- and much business will come before the body G G Morrison has a six year old cow with young calf for sale See him at Gadberry Mr Pete Conover will assist Post master Russell in the office for the next three months A good farm for sale cheap S D CRENSIIAW Columbia Ky 2m There were seven persons under arrest charged with being implicated in the murder of Deputy Jailer Marvin Co over The colored people who are afilicte with smallpox on the Jomestown road are patients of Dr S P Miller They are all improving I have a kiln offirstclass lime Will sell it WolfordIColumbia Ky 4t Monticello is to havoc new paper and the promoters offer 500 for a nalpe the suggestTheVayne Mr and Mrs G W Coffey desire to thank their friends andneighbors orHe their kindnesS and sympathy during their daughter Dellas late sickness and death As a result of the meeing just closed the Methodist church twenty new members were added seven by prole byletterJ R Shirley bought a pair of mules soldstn en Walker also sold to J D Walker a pair of mules for 185 Mr J R Wade lost a check In byJohnBank of Columbia The finder will please leave same at this ffice respectedpollen died on the 24 ult She was the only daughter of Mr G W Coffex typhoidfever Torn Burton and wife and Tom Bur- tons mother charged with being plicated in the killing of Marvin over were held over by Judge T A Murrell last Saturday There were four other persons before the Court but there was no proof to hold them Miss Fanne Garnett is not a member LindseyWilsonSchool of the Latin Department during the series of meetings which were conduct hisat the Methodist church in which Lewis was interested Sarah Lester of color who was the liveddd in ronesday We learn from the surviving that she was 67 years old She was a woman who enjoyed the re spect of the white population Monday was county court Rep re partsdy of transacted A great deal of s changed hands and the Master Com oflandElsewhere in this issue will be fo publicationsince the proposed publishers annou butthethoroughly convinced shat the most ap wouldbeThe stockinhis list Red Bird one of the best sires in this part of the State Red Bird is coltsbring andhasHis address is Cane Valley Ky countyin business The at Campbellsville Ky Camp youhavColumbia would it not beto your interest to patronize Us We guarantee satisfaction both in quality of work and prices We solicit work from Adair and adjoining counties COAKLEY Stars BRo s BURIAL OF JURVIN CONOVER The remains of Deputy Jailer Mar vin Conover who was murdered by Albert Burton were interred upon th farm ei Sir John N Murrell one an quarter miles from Columbia la Thursday afternoon About two hu n dred persons were present to pay their last respects to a young man who at Il the hands of an assassin while in the discharge of his duty as an officer Burton the murderer has not yet been apprehended though every step has been rinThe200 the County Judge 104 and Mr K P Conover50 making a total 350 The following is the descriptio- of the murderer Albert Burton is about 23 or 24 of age about 5 feet 6 or eight inch high weighs about 155 or 160 longynose seen worn small sandy mustache His eyes a keen and he is an alert quick ed fellow In walking he has a habit of throwing his head a little back an mignht a The above reward will be paid as stated for his arrest and delivery into the Jail at Columbia Ky MR ELI BURTON DEAD Last Tnursdayafternoonat 2 ocloc after a lingering illness the subject of this notice paid the debt duo from the living At the time of his dam i he was the Assessor of Adair doun and had been a merchant at Purdy for thirty years He commenced bU3iness a very poor man but his long an close attention to his affairs him to lay up a very good estate He integritnand will be greatly missed from locality where he so long resided was about 61 years old and was buried Saturday forenoon by the Masonic Fraternity of which he was a faithful member UNCLE PERRY IInNCOCK This highly respected old gentleman celebrated his eightyninth birthday on Monday the 28thof last month Dio than one hundred relatives and friends were present and a bountiful dinner was spread There is not a more active aged in n Adair county than Uncle Perry and his health at this time is firstclass is in Columbia every week and from the ground he places his foot in his saddle stirrup and mounts his horse with ease He is a very graceful horseback rider and at our two last Fairs he was awarded the premium in the old mans riding rings Uncle Perry has at all times been a man of correct habits and was born and reared in this county His father was born in 1748 RESOLUTIONS OF RESIIECT Whereas it has pleased the Gra Master of the universe to call from ti earth our friend brother J B Simmons byYa loyal brother and the community an right citizen Resolved that we extend our heartfelt sympathy to the wife and children pnd bow in humble submission to t will of Resolved that a copy of these resolutions be placed on our record a copy sent to family of the deceased and a copy sent to each of the county pope rsofand the Masonic Home Sournal for publication ConC E KINGREY H W SCOTT G G CAMPBELLeCommittee Breeding Lodge No 516 F and A M Creelsboro Ky March 29 1904 Novice is hereby given that the dersigned administrator of Manuel Sloan will until the 15th day of May 1904 hear proof of claims against said Sloans estate All claims must be presented in writing and verified by affidavits as required by law G W BLEDSOE Administrator MARRIAGE LICENSES The following marriage licenses were issued from the Adair County C erks office during the month of March W F Coleman to Miss Laura Johnin ston Hoytock e quin Richard Burton to Miss Mary J R man AandLoren Keil to Miss Lizzie Murrell Gilneepin Mrs Tim Bra dshaw and daughter Miss Effie are now receiving their Spring millinery They inthe vita their friends to call and ex amine the latest designs in hats bonnets etc satisfied that they can be pleased CaqellLexingtonsold for the highest average price IhaveLexington and Artist 600 two Jo at cases 500 each to insure living colts in allthe W Cane Valley Ky 4t Walkup Yates dealers in tomb attheMonday Let the lights shine pIuu 4L1J1011Y WANTED The CourierJournal of April let pub SheldstMrs Sophia Hardin McBrayer has in stituted suit in the Shelby Circuit Cou against her husband James A McBray er Jr for divorce and 20000 alimony In her petition Sirs McBrayer who is formerIs that she and the defendant were d October 20th 1886 and lived t alJlatelycomne a considerable estate by inheritance from Lativrencebues thedesthat re anad any for the childrennhabitually andd manner as to a settled aversion to her She prays for divorce and custody of three children and at tachment against the property of her husband Rev P H Davis who did the preach thke tive of Adair county having been born alland reared near Milltown He was a enterstYd He has been a very successful minister especially in revivals His manner of odf f the world being his theme upon all occasions It is not only gratifying to sueHepleasure to meet many of his old friends of boyhood days Rev Davis is now located on Russellville Circuit and is very much liked as a preacher and pastor One of the best things Rev P H Davis said during the series of sermons he delivered here was about as follows reIt makes me sick to hear a little Methodist preacher say I dont want money I dont need any I want to say right here that a preacher has got to live and he cant live without something to go upon I need money in m sbusiness never had as much as I could handle in my life This was not in tended to impress upon the congregation to raise money for him but to show the foolishness in the man who claimed he could live without it There are five cases of smallpox at the home of Albert Jackman of color who lives on the Jamestown road two miles from Columbia Drs U L Ta for C M Russell and R IY Hindma- visited the patients last Friday morn ing From Dr Taylor we learn the cases were fully developed and that Al theany t Alberts son who had been from horn conveyedhis ithis familndpre upvent the further spread of the disease The Columbia Baptist church and conhedi ng of n brick pavement along its front is now under consideration and about 3000 haS been subscribed for that purpose It should be built The churches the town could give an impetus to public improvement and not become ex travagont either All the streets should havegood walks and when a fe have been made others will bile by the public spirit of property owners or by order of the council Columbia was thrown into a state ofM excitement last Friday morning when a report reached town conveyed by Jo White that he had seen and talked to Albert Burton who murdered Marc Conover near Ozark five miles from town A number of men armed with shotguns and revolvers left immediatel- Y for the designated place but it turned out that Mr White was mistaken that it was another man that he met Prof J W Ratcliff who spent a year in Adair county is dead The end came last week at Beaverdam Ky message was received here making quiry of his relaeives He left no this county but while here he quently stated that his mother resi at Lexington Firyou should subscribe for Giese edNews if you are interested in the c of Ginseng It will give sAubwas a year cent- opy a c Published quarterly by Geo E Wilson Cane Valley Ky Imo Mr S B Conover tandem his heartfelt thanks to the people in the Knit st section for their aid given his son and kindness shown hire in this sad currence Everything was done wit the power of those people Mr Walker Bryant will comma the erection of his residence on street leading to the LindseyWilson at an early day It will be two stories modern plan commencedlso Mondhmcksod occupy ing building by the first of June trtMassie Walker only sold eight mules last Monday All other bids broughtfrom The series of meetings at the Met ho nightThethere were several professions i PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY Z T Williams Dunnville W H C Sandidge Oak Forest A H Baugh Esto J F Roach Harrods Fork McCormackrtJ F Barger Christian Chapel F E Lewis Mt Carmel and Cane Valley A L Moll Grarlyville T J Campbell Concord ProvidenceaJ Adkins Russell Springs W T Short Cane Valley J B Debord Foundation J P Scruggs Zion J F Hopkins Bethel Ridge W G Bradford Braces Chapel W C Clements Columbia MILLINERY We have the latest styles in Millinery fancy notions and ladies furnishing goods Come to see us over the First National Bank MIss BIRDIE POWELL MISS MYRT STAPLES FOR SALE wentyone hogs from 50 to 150 pounds Dock Franklin qlensfork Ky Sir Claud Callison was kicked by his mule at Massie Chewnings stable last Monday He was preparing to start home when something caused the animal to kick Sir Callison was struck in the abdomen and at first he was thought to be seriously hurt but in a few hours he was able to go home yearbrightenthe Public Schools Take the Normal course at the LindsayWilson Schooland fear not failure in the examination pleasebringweather This is not directed to any one except where we have an agree ment to take wood Mrs Lizzie Fletcher who was the wife of Robt Fletcher near Sparks villa died last Friday night She was a victim of consumption YDir J V White sold his family mare Cloud for 85 YOSEMITE A H Royalty and Dr J M Haney are at Liberty serving on the jury A M Estes has been quite sick for a few days R N Hatter has moved into the property he bought of Robk Jeter at 1Iiddleburg roofnproperty bought of Bud Short CountyNewsIt is a creditably gotten up sheet and Mr Thomas is to be congratulated on success in getting out the first num in such fine style Every Democrat from the least to the greatest in this section are for Hearst for President This is Bryan freesilversection as far as Democrats are concerned and they will vote for any man or thing favorable to either Herbert Jones who is attending school at Berea came home Sunday to see his mother who is laid up with rheumatism Miss Florence his sister is also on the sick list The Baptist Sunday school at Middle departmentwconducted There was quarterly meeting at the E church Saturday and Sunday A goodly number attended hnRev G W Montgomery filled his appointment at the Christian church Sun inday morning and night and preached two excellent discourses Our old friend D C Allen who was born and principally raised in this coun ty has announced as a candidate for as sessor of Lincoln county Dave is not handsome by any means but what he lacks in that line he more than makes up in genuine Casey county cleverness He will make Lincoln the best assessor heinkinThe three rain and wind storms did downBedwomen their wits Jeff Atwood was on the ridge north of here when the storms of withoutultrJeffyouas as a rat reached here The InteriorJournal was never more off its pegs than when it attempts to have its readers think there is great danger of trouble over what we wrote about Lincoln Wells side whiskers Mr Wells is a sensible man besides he is andhthan he The truth is anyone with brains enough to make a humming bird articletheinnocent fun We have heard of stances where things much more complimentary were said in dead hard tooktonYJam burned Monday night It is not known how it took fire haybutfastened in the building otherwise his loss would have been greater Sam Owsley had Marion Sweeney arrested Tuesday for tresspass There is a dispute between them as to the line that divides their lands and when sweeney went to put in a division fence Owsley had him arrested t Eggs For Hatching SINGLE COMB WHITE LEGHORNS One Setting 15 Eggs 100 Two Settings 200 Three Settings 250 500 per Hundred Write for Circular telling all about them Addresr BLUE SPRING POULTRY FARM DR J M JOHNSTON Prop Greenshurg Kentucky JOHN L WHEtITrUTICA LIME COMPANY INCORPORATED 421 West Main Street LOUISVILLE a KENTUCKY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Lime Fire Brick Louisville Cement The Famous Black Diamond or other brands Fire Clay Portland Cement Standard Brands American and Imported Sewer Pipe Plaster Paris Plastering Hair Etc Enquiries for prices invited Orders Promptly Filled Ent rpri8 HotelE GilfS f GflNS BROI PROPRIETORS 234242 EAST MARKET ST PIOTD STS LOUISVILLE KY 0Rates 100 per dayAbsolute Satis foction Guaranteed SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS w P BRANDENBURG Jeweler sss W Market LOUISVILLE KY C 0 Full line of Watches Clocks Diamonds and Jewelry Spectacles Silverware Etc Fine Watch Repairing All Work Warranted P MR7LD0 BUGGIES SURREYS HARNESS BEST sLOwEsT PRICESSend for Catalogue BuildingLoui ininii fimmiiviiivi EIE ii iiil i7i m7iC7fCircTiC71Ci 7C in A M EMLER PRESIDENT THEO RECTANUS VPRES QCW COLE MANAGER i1C New Farmers Home Hotel in iv i5 400 422 EAST MARKET STREET nt E Above Preston Louisville Ky iiiisinwSTREETCAR FACILITIES TO ALL PARTS OF CITY nvnhmfimmii vniiCminmTil 7n mmm iiArmmiJIciCin iWOOD ON LEWIS JAS O LEWIS UfOOdSOf lewis 8 Bro ARE NOWRECEIVJ G 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 FERTILIZERTen 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 WQODSON LEWIS BRO Greensburge KentUcky 1 a 3 7t it t r BRAI LEAKS hollowSPoiitlcs sometimes makes strange celmaes k All play and no work makes Jack a bad bopfaestr A beart of hope makes a face full iiof light When we begin to give up all God gives us evergthlng It takes something more than giving to clean dirty bands try Some Christians inslstupon paddln their shoulders before taking up th cross Some people look upon arbitration being the thing to ask for after t tare whipped When we get our Sunday school or ganlzed the infant class will be mad up of the parents The man who skips ute primaries tE his no moral right to criticise lb men who use it for base purposes The man who advocates higher sal 1aries to cure graft should also tdvo rate leaving the sate unlocked to pr vent safe blowing Somehow other the man who never reads the newspapers always manag to see any uncomplimentary reteren to himself Out idea of solitude is either t store of a man who does uot believe in advertising or the spacious chambers in the peace tribunal atThe Hatiue Women who have the least mercy upon their erring sisters usually weep most copiously when they follow the history of Lady Isabeile in East Lynne A min never knows how hard his wife worlds until he tries to clean up the house preparatory to his wifes re turn from a two weeks visit with her So far as we see it the Australian ballot system is a miserable failure in Kentucky Instead of decreasing vote buying the system allows the to sell his vote to tbe vote buy tersof bota parties and encourages him h fo stand flit Tooted and lie abuct it after he has done so making the crime of vote selling doubly pernicious that to the crime of vending his citizenship uhe luster also adds tbe crimes of hypocrisy and perjury We favor the viva voce system of walking up to the clerk on election day call out the name of onus choice of can dates and seeing the vote recorded as voted and shall fight for the old Sy tern when tbu constitutional amen ment to return to the viva voce metbs k od of voting is submitted to a vote of the peope at the regular November election in 1095 Danville Advocate If the republican uiaj gty in con gress is really anxious and willing to I put effective check on the un scrupulous frauds committed in the postolHce department by men of their own party then let them get to eth errand push through with all dispatch a bill extending the statute of limit a tions for such offenses from three to six years Such a measure might en able the government to catch some of tbe rascals once in a while who are now able to cover up their tracks utftil the statute operates in their favor and bars prosecution Stanford Journal Wont some of our able Ameri can war correspondents in the Far Eas please tell us the truth about some ot these great St Petersburg victorlOs In New York it is said to be taken as a foregone conclusion that David B Hill will head the state delegation to St Louis backsNow it transpires that Admiral Dewey did not laud at Santo bo mmgo because his New England stomach was not qual to a Booker Washington luncheon Je LawAssociaters at Springfield Ohio might as a sort o coroners jury now a analyze the local situation for t edification of the rest of the be nighed country pnbHshedfect that Japan China and Korea have formed a triple alliance against Russia Nothing has been received at storythatbeet captured by the Russians stoppBr n n United States military observer PiCKYangceed nearer their outposts A Japanese attack on Niuch wang seems probable The G man consul has warned Germ residents that they remain at their own risk Russia has issued a denial of the statement that she regards Korea as a belligerent Advices received at Paris are to KuropkinMukden and Harbin and await an attack by the Japanese WE CANT ALWAYS TELL An exchange says we are all poor critters Not long ago a prominent merchant in a neighboring town re calved a letter from a large distillery firm asking a list of names of citizens might be interested in the liter ore issued by the firm setting forth the merits of a new brand of whisky and promising him a commission on all sales Tbe merchant being somewhat of a joker himself sat down and made out a list of the prominent pro- hibitIonists of the place and forwarded it He forgot all about the matter callea letter from ofnwhichyremucera tve yeepawnedI btenIa woman named Elena Davalos who whenever she wa short of funds and this happened ver frequently pawned her eight year old eson Francisco for sums ranging be tween 85 and 98 says the Mexcan Herald offeeuse little grheservices but exacted a high thlionIsh pawnbroker who lent her money on her son and also used him as a clerk In his shop A few days ago the woman redeemed her son from the pawnbroker but su sequently found herself without money Vain and pawned the boy with o woman named Dolqres Garcia who loan ed the mother 310 With this Elena went to visit a number of pulque s and taverns and when she had seen lone halt of the money she called upon Dolores and urged that her son be glv en hack to her A quarrel ensued a gendarme intervened and the whole fair vas disclosed at the police station Now tbe two women are in Belem and the boy has been sent to an orphan clinpenalty will be applied to the moth ernof the boy and to the woman who ed money on him ytidir tbe continued bard freezes and that anywhered in e freezing out of the first and second years crop as it Is has been frozen th winter seldom If ever occurre There has been an increased acreage of clover sown in this section this season and there are great fears enter tamed as to the safety of this much of the sowing has been caug in the tender state by some of the re cent bard freezes If a hard freeze catches the plant in what is termed by farmers the crook it is liable to sustain serious Injury Bufllalo cor to Larue Herald flPIn George Francis allveryman of Tre tooJ is opposed to the drinking of intoxicating liquors and while has never touched them neither b be drank water for the last forty years He claims that water docs not agree with hits Whoa a boy he says he found after drinking water his lungs became affected and bled slag ht ly He tried the experiment of not drinking any water As a result he grew better Since then not a drop of drinking water has passed his li He drinks tea coffee and chocolate however He is in good health and says he has no desire to drink water The Hon John Sharp Williams floor leader pf the Democracy in the House of Representatives bas Intro doted a bill for the relies the sufferers by fire at Baltimore by rebate of tiES on building material and suspension of certain internal revenue tax By so doing he has again put the Re publicans in a hole soaped the and des pulled up the ladder If they fuse to pass the measure they will up against a precedent established occurredsit WIdo pihec contention that the tariff is a tax and that the tax is paid by the consumers of the country and not by the foreigners as maintained by them They up against it This bill cuts bo ways like the niggers coon trap catcbes thorn a cowls and a goin Ellzabeihtown News exchanSt rte ness is always good and girls get pie tier every day says when a man comes around telling you how to run your edbusiness you can always put him a financial failure and when you bear an old woman talking abo some girl you can bet your last doll that she has a daughter you can hug It you get her in the dark Horse Cave Gazette Mr Hen sero w Duanr gotintobay with the pigs sitting on them and keeping them warm When the hen left the hay four of t pigs followed her and have been following her ever since She leads them around like a brood of chickens feeding them grains of corn and protecting them fro danger IOBITClARlWednesday morning at oclock the sblrit of Elijah Rosenbaum took its flight and went to the God who gave It He had been in delicate health for a number of years but typhoid fever was the cause of his death He only lived seven days after he took sick He was attended by two physicians who did everything known to their profession to relieve his sufferings but death laid Its icy hand on him on the morning of the Hih He was born fn Wyothe county Vaf March 4th 1843 hence he was 51 years of age He moved to AdaIr county in 188 was married to Miss Eliza Blair in 1874 and to this union was born two children a son and a daughter He was a consistent member of the- M E Church and had been for many ars lie died as be lived with clean Rosendum was a man easy an possessed a pleasing disposition He was a friend to everybody a true and lovingyadorn the lives of all men The funeral services were held a the home and was conducted by G R Abreli in the presence of a large crowd of relatives and friends The rt mains were laid to rest in the family burying ound To the grief stricken wife aud child tran we would say weep not as those at have no hops but prepare to him who has gone before A FRIEND JN MEMORY OF DR O A TRA YLOR deceased washers at Breedlnd bdair county Ky Jan 14 1842 His remains were interred at Breeding the home ot his youth The subject of this notice had early training by a Christian mother that yielded its lrui athis a mem her of it In 1817 He utilized his means and opportunities for acquiring a good education aud finished his course of medicine at Nashville Tenn In 1880 and soon after entered upon his profession R wasa kind hearted man a good citizen h beloved phys an a faithful member of the M E Church South holding his membership MoKendree Church at Hubble Ky of which he was a charter member It has been the privlllge of the writer to know the deceased for two tytwo years Seventeen years of his time was spent at Hubble Ky in the practice of his profession and faithful and patient lators in the church be loved so well Four years ago he moved to Bpyantvllle la where be dutyd and love to the bereaved relatives and friends in their sorrow The community in which he lived cltlznsthtp a physician and tbe church a faithf eillcientsetfsacrificiDg member Death likes a shining mark and b a captured its goal May his loved ones and friends meet again in that brigt clime where there will be no mu parnII J LUCE Kyas JOPlA Farmers are hustling with their work Mrs Pink Coffey who has been in poor health for some time is no better at this writing Mr Thos Young who left here a Psillpleased with Missouri t Prof R 0 Cabell will teach a singing school at Zion in the near future The schoolat Zion is progressing nicely Everybody is invited to at tend Miss Addie Willis has been sick with Roseola teshe Saturday night The cigarette got in its work at b plumby le making pipe connections with the ssrestflt that several persons were seriously injured The South American idea of government of for and by the ex hardthly peopleItof the United States yet a while It is going to be very dilfic for tie nations of the earth mettcomes Russia and Japan to make peace it matters not which may be victorious as against the other The interI patioarn are to by t terms of the peace between the nations and to demand a share aud a voice in the arrangements to be made It will be fortunate indeed if the war should end no other nation should be drawn into the conflict As a result of a bitter factional fight Bapthe1st pastor the Rev Charles Leonard was locked bat by orders of trustees recently elected by the faction opposed to the pastor The congregation split over againmty The case may be taken into the courts THRO KENTUCKY Thro that grand state of Kentucky Wbere tbe Old Hume gut Its tarn Where the fields are over JwlnJr With tbe yellow ripening grain Here tobacco plants are growing In the belds not sown with corn Tobacco plants big as cactus Just as sure as you are born Yes theyre large as good sized cactus Larger in our home like view But its of as fine a grade as Is that old Kentucky Dew Here all people reap a harvest Money in bank from year to year All the green calamity bowlers Lose their jjbs when they land here Here the dry ways are the highways Built high and dry from rains and flood Here the good roads delegation Swear the roads are suttnly good But of pikes and highways Theren a rod tlMisults my tasr Tis the line ut Solid l omfori And the iriitis let nu the watiu From Kentucky to St Louis tOperates this road of class Across the famous old Green River On its roadbed smooth as glass Would you know what road I speak of Listen then to my advice For youll need it in your business On your trip to Paradise In your travels to St Louis Hustle beat them under the wire Get the Henderson Route habit Tis a good one to acquire JACK HENDEKSON GALLAGHER The Womans Home Companion for April is a timely up todate magazine Its birdseye view at the St Louis Exposition is of Interest to everybody Curious Easter Customs in Spanish pictorialtyoung correspondent writes intimate ly of The Chicago Girl who rules India and Martha Sanford gives a glimpse of the pranks of college girls Fiction by Ople Read John Worse Otha Senga and others gives just th right brightness of tone to an East number Miss Goulds fasbson pages Mrs Saiet Maurs travel helps Mrs Lows cooeinglessons are all ins what the women wait at this season There are also talks on gardening on Easter entertainments on how to make pinmoney No reader can at ford to miss it Published by The Crowell Publishing Company Spring field Ohio one dollar year 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Louisiana and Texas offers the greatest opportunities for Homeseekers Mild climate good water cheap building material abundance of fuel and soil that will often In a single season yield enough tops hefor the ground Land can be as eheap as 8260 an acre prairie land seat 34 and 9b per acre up bottom land at 85 and 86 per acre up improved or partly cleared land at 810 and 815 p acre up Some fine propositions for acreadper acre money for a good organizer Fruit and track lands In the famous peach and tomato belt of East Texas at 810 to 820 acre up Write us for about cheap rates excursion dates ale so literature descriptive of this qre country and let us help you find home that will cost you no more than the rent you pay every year E w LABEAUM G p T A Cotton Belt Route v St LouIsMo h- JI TOTiYLillsou Wilson 7 r Trainino School I o r THIS INSTITUTION WILL GIVE A SPECIAL COURSE OF TEN WEEKS TO Teachers beginning MARCH 14th All teachers who desire to more thoroughly understand their work to broaden their information in their chosen profession are requested to enter r Our Normal Glass for Me Last ten WesPROF MOSS has charge of this Department and his thorough Knowledge of the entire course his enthusiasm and untiring energy are factors that will prove his great value to classcino the Normal Pupils Meet in the College Chapel and discuss current events and methods of teaching This isJa very successful way to secure information so essential in examinations and so difficult to get in ordinary channels- XISREMEMBER r that the Normal Course begins the 14th of March Enter on time and get the full term C ft PflYNE Business Manaaetf J il C VVTT BOBITT HOTEL LEBANON KY J D BOBB1TT SON Proprietors Railroad Street Within Fifty Yards of the Depot 0fSgrNewly and neatly furnished clea beds Special accommodations for commercial men Rates reasonable Trade of Adair and adjoining counties srectfully solicited Wllfflore Hotel Propt6radyvl Kentucky is no better place to stop THERE at the shoved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclas table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached rxBcccQcxxcv xBs BIG FOUReThe Best Line to- INDIANAPOLIS o 1 PEORIA CHICAGO And Michigan all points in Indianna I I BUFFALOi Information fur I cheerfully nished on application at City Ticket Office Big Route No 259 4th or write to IFour S f Gates Passgr Depart Louisville Ky L Ee LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Suck Exchange Bourbon Stock Yardsd CATTLE Extra shipping W 50g4 75 Light shipping 4 25450 Best butchers 4 004 25 Fair to good butchers 3 03 95 Common to medium btchr 3 003 25 henoneChoice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 Ibs 540 Fair to good packing 160 to 200tt s 510 Good to extra light 120 to 160 Ibs 6 05 SHEEP AND LANDS good to extra shipping Sheep 3 5033 75 Fair to good 2 502 75 Common to medium 5od 200 ItCOLUMBIA MAItKETI REPORTED BY 181Washed 22tFeathers 44 Hides Green 5 10erGingeng 4OC 8fsOld Hens 8 Eggs 7 11 onDried Apples 21 This report will be submitted atfor revision weekly Apropos of Teddys sweeping pension steal we reckon he feels that the poor trusts ought not to be compelled to bear the entire harden of his campaign expenses o O FIFTH AMSNUE HOTEL O EE ttili Q 0 BIT GREEN STREETS Q 0 LOUSVIL E KENTUCKY e QsBefurnsaed t oo sled and Remodeled A Firstclass Q Hotel at Pop r Fr ces Convenient to Wholesale and Retail 4Districts Churches and Theatres W Q 0 Pike Campbell Geo Schenck Asst Mgr Q 00000000000 4 0 e 0 W C URRELL J F TRIPLETT 4 i MURRELL TRIPLETT IT 0 Funeral U Directors and Embalmino p J The above named firm have just received a nice line of Collins and U 9 Caskets ibdarc ready toserve families who may need anything In w 3 their line They will also keep Collin of their own make and wit sell furnished every thing in their line at the lowest prlczs A hearsewni be O fir Cal and see themover Jackmans Harness aud Saddlery V- X shop W t Columbia Kentucky T 44e44o444 4 444444444444 HDL ER BROTHERS 116 East Market Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Carry All Heights In STOCK SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES S tUSSEHH SP IflGS itOTEU lJ E HUMBLE PROP i11u5sell Springs Ie Qtuck9 j I o1THIS Is ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS IN SOUTHEASTERN KENTUCKY The Rooms are Large Well Furnished and the Table Supplied With the Best the Country Affords HEALTIICURING WATER LIVERY ATTACHED rrY vra rrrmr rY r r r1N NN H N11 N2 Want to iEuy VVool I iAt my factory on Greasy Creek Jamestown for which will pay the highest market prices T Z My machinery is in excellent jcondition and I assure you first class worK as well as the best J e treatment E L REESE JAMESTOWN KY 1 Z11 N NNN1N1 N 1N Im always glad when we have company because then my wife always has something good to eat Did you ever hear a man spring that When we get to making laws for this country the thatchestsyears at hard labor THEADAIRCOUNTY NEWS 1