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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i btC bair 001n1U NtW vLTil1iE 7 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUN1Y KEN UCKY V UNESDAY JUNE 23 JUG NUb13EIi 29 POSi T OFFICE DIRECTORY J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER II T BAKER DEPUTY POSTMASTER hours week days 730 a m to 930 m COURT DIRECTORY T117rree sessions year y to January third Mondayin May an third in SeptcmbPr CIrcuit JudgelL cBaker Commonwealths AttorncyA A lIuddlerton Sheriff F W Mlller Circuit ClerkJ F Neat CoURTFinst Monday in each month JudgeT A MurrelL County Attorney Jas Garnett Jr ClerkTlt Stults JaIlerJ K P Conover AssessorE W Burton SurveyorRT McCafIree SuptW D Jones Coronerc M Russell CoURTRegular court second Monday to each mont- hJudgeJas Eubank- AttomeyGordon Montgomery t Marshal T Flowers Jr CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN STREETRev W C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth Sundays to each month SundaySchool n m every Sabbath PrayenneeUng every Wednesday night METHODIST BusXPSVL1 STREETReV F E Lewis pastor Services irrst and third Sundays to each month SundsySchoe every Sabbath at n m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST STREETReV J P Scruggs pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday every Sabbath at a m PrayermeeUng Tuesday night CHRISTIAN PIKE pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 93- m prayermeeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC No F and AlILRegnlnr meeting in their hall over bank Friday night on or before the full in each month Gonlon Montgom ry W James Garnett Jr Secretary A No meets Friday nIght after lull moon Ilorace Jeirries II P W W Bradshaw Secretary it TH- EJackofallTrades HEPumps VaterI l Saws Wool Grinds Feed I MillsrRuns Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Press For This Paper fIItcosts nothing to keep when no working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or address FairbanksMorse Co 1 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY W F JEFFRIES SON Alts FURS IQGL EDDLEMANI I SOLE AGENT FOR MILLERS HATS SOLE AGENT FOR YOUMANS HATS i COMPLETE LINEJOIINB STETSON HATS Stone on AAttorneysAtLaw- JAMESTOWN o therOGurts in this and ad joining countieso eollectioins Now is the time to subscribe fort e weekly CourierJournal and the Adair CJuntyNews Both papers six months for 60 cents k PERSONAL MENTION Mr Goe T Flowers is in Lou isville this week Mr J G Sublett Cane Valley was here Saturday Campbellsdwas Mr B P Grider of Esto was here to meet friends a few days agoMrs Jo Coffey Jr who spent two weeks in Campbellsville has returned home Miss Carrie Sherril of Columbia is visiting her brother Sam in the State of Texas Mr and Mrs Piner Harvey and son Tim returned from a visit to Krum Tex Saturday Mr George McLean and sister Miss Virgie visited relatives and friends in Cvine last week Mrs H C Baker and her two daughters Misses Same and Ma mie are spending a week at the Russell Springs Messrs W F Jeffries Jas T Page J B Coffey Chester Col lins P V Grissom and Grover Grissom were in Jamestown Mon day Mrs Geo Nell underwent an eperation yesterday morning at Louisville and a very favorable report has been received from Dr C M Russell who accompanied her to the city Mr A H Leftwich who left Adair county in 1884 and who has resided in Tiago Texas all these years is back on a visit at companied by his wife and two adopted children Mr Leftwich has been reasonably prosperous md will start on his return trip about the 5th of July Local News Remember and attend the Ma sonic celebration at Tam ico next Friday We understand that a very large crowd attended the singing at Antioch last Sunday and that the day was very much enjoyed by alliMr Tim Cravens son of Mr Cravens this place was ap pointed by Judge Baker at James town last Monday examiner for the 29th judicial district He is a popular and capable young and we are glad that he receive- the appointment The following are the subjects of Eld W B Wrights discourses to be delivered at the Christian church next Sunday For the forenoon The Trustworthy and The Untrustworthy character byStaying invitedtLast Sunday morning about 4 oclock some marauders visited the home of Mr Ad Aaron who lives about one mile beyond Jop pa rocked his house and shot one of his cows Aa family of dark ies were living on his place anon account of their bad charac ters were ordered to leave It is supposed that the outrage was perpetrated by them Rev Geo O Barnes the note evangelist commenced a series ofsermons at Jamestown last night He will remain thereabout seven days then come to Columbia where he will preach a week in the courthouse He has started out to preach a series of thee d about half of them Mr Barnes is kindly remembered here and will be given a cordial welcome LAND FOR SALE The land yohichwas owned by th late W B Hurt is for sale There are dwellingbarnsin grass and corn This farm is watered and the timber is good A one tract known as the Logan Murrell land upon which is a good dwelling and a half miles from Columbia F particulars address L P and U D Hurt Admrs Columbia or Montpelier Ky r COLlJJI1J TENR Some time ago I promised to give you a pen picture of the United States Arsenal at this place and as my other letter escaped the waste basket I will eodearor to ILL my promise In the year J800 sixty acres of ground were purchased and work commenced and 8S I look from my window out upon those masslvestone structures I have the consolation of knowing that the stonecame from old Kentucky Two years were required In bringing It from somewhere near Bowling Green The main bUilding Is 200 feet long by wide and three stories high Th e outside wall Is scope and the massive cornices are of the same material while the inside lined with brick m3klpg the walls three feet thick Largo Iron plllors In columns support the flours ago at present the bbl ding Is used hy the Commissary and Quart Pt taster Sergeants This building atune cstI190000 At the entrance from West end Avenue Is the guardhouse 20 teetsquare and at this gate Is the only punt In the reservation Hero six men are on guard cuatluuallp The guard consists of a sargeant cor privatesanlftieyareon guard house Is just across the road from mine and I have the consolation ot knowing that when I lIe down to rest at night that I am watched over by a boy fn blue and oft times I am awakened at mid night hp that famil lot cry Post No 12 oclock and all isms and I sometimes thine how grant It Is to have your home business and atloverahadowed by Old Glory and under the watchful eye of a faithful sentinel of the U S Army The res ervatlon Is coveted with large oak trees and beautifuL drIveways wind In out among them by flower beds and tuuntalns Tye other buildings are the old machinery hall headquarters hospital mess hall and barracks and otecers quartersthe Jast named the finest building that i ever saw befog built ot stone ann Is a perfect mass of arches gables and windows of all sizes shades and blues has eight rooms and cost 50000 The reseryatiun was occupied for long time by the ordinance corps and at the beginning of the SpanlshAmer Icon war they made supplies for army had a machinery hall and electric light- Dlant but the ordinance corps took all but the bulldlugs whoa they left and the place Is now garrisoned by Compa nyKlGtl3 Infantry Regulars This company saw active service In the Phllllpplne Islands for two years and are a fine body of men The officers Captain Edgar Rldenaur and Lieut Sidney Smith both young of unusual ntelligence and ability I mlllht say that I could sit all day and watch them drill for they only drill one hour per day I have learned how to whistle rove retreat tops tatttJo recall and ntact every call that Is used and I think myself I could be a trumpeter But their days here are short the Government has given It away for a Training School and work will begpushed to that end In order w upen the school by September 1st What a grand place for such a school In a flue Soondbut 1 trust that the Columbia Milita ry school will be a monument w those who have fostered It and go down to posterity as an organ to good Govern meet and good citizenship W R HOvious TIME FOR A FAT YEAR It Is the general belief among fal m ors this year that on account ut th hard winter and heavy snows 190 will be a good crop year It Is certainly time for Gallatin county farmers to have a good crop But such has been the experience of all farmers Since the days or Phuoah there have been tat and lean yearsyears when untimely trusts floods droughts aod Insect pests haven abe ance and nature unfettered hasloaded the thde wrong funds overwhelm or drought parches up or frost nips things coming and g- clogpears whim the farm toll has been all in vain It will always be this way and the only fair way In which to rs bdso large and Is possessed of such a va rlety of climatIc condltlond that as a whole there never coo be a genera crop failure Neither will anyone year bring agricultural prosperity aU sections but Gallatln county farm ors think It Is their turn w share th effect of a good crop Shakertow News Gleaner II The preachers are refusing to unite In the bonds of wedlock divorced per sons which a move is the right reotlop except In one instance that the Bible clearly provides but that Is not all It marriage is of divine Import guardeed on the money Idea Then are those who marry for position la socIety that Is also an objectionable feature It the tlso tIzed by the Bok of books they would peopleort sbould ever think of marriage Sod ety then world stand 00a sure and firm baalsHorseCave Gaaet- Wlit i t UVTIL G1I BRIE COJjES Dixon Juurna On the outskirts of Columbus Fulton county in a negro church building there is to progress a meeUol tllc Itkc IIf which has never before been In the world In the sum nwnriIItblOf 18J a ne- grn preacher lt ccnstderable power wade his upprxranccin the town olumbus and began h Is ministry among the people nt his race In shore time he started a revival meet rug with Uw expectatiio of continuing It tea days or two wcks at the longest But u hen the two weeks were eroded the rucesinghad g3t1Hr d power and a great hallelujIh was on The meeting continued from day to day Its fame spread and Immense crowds cotected from miles around Other preachers came and aslsted the pioneer who continued to preach ov elY night for several months Large numbers of the colored population were converted and recruited the rious churches In that section There never seemed toe mea time when the meeting could tie brought to a close and t continued from month to month Finally the preacher who In auguratcd the movement went away to other fields of labor leaving his assist outs In charge Fnim time to tins he addressed letters to them after the fashion of Paul of old giving them spiritual admonition and directing them In the way Since then a deea has passed but every eight of thi- 100 that have passed since thou the negrpes have gathered at the church and some preacher has been presort always to lead them All of the colored preachers of that neighborhood have In their turn presided over the meeting and many evangelists have journeyed there from distant puts to participate la the great meeting The crowds have not uniformly been great nether have preachers always been eloquent and learned but they have been faithful and the meeting has sever been allowed to lag When this unique protracted meet Inl will cove to close nobody on this earth knows Ithts becomes putof the life of the ne roes who have perpetuated ir and they would he deeply miserable thould it end The rued fag prt1 rtctrd In Its fullest souse will go uu ludefinltcly probably until Gabriel standlul with one foot on the sea declares that rites shall be no more ODD lIlTS LVF01IJfdT10N The United Stat s leads aU countries as a consumer of coffee Mexico is making a serious effort to stamp out yellow fever A single lot u1 mahogany often bringsas much as 85000ltt a sale Great Britain Is said to consume pp0pU0 gallons or whisky each year Long Island Sound boats are being generally equipped with wireles tele raph our fits TIlt ant which attacks the cotton bull weevil is also said w be deadly to the centipede Somebody has estImated that the Lake Superior Iron deposits will be hausted In twentytive years Rev Denj J Kelley blhop of Sa vannah Ga has started fur Rome The purpose to pay the l utomary episcopal visit to the holy Gutter- Br4zil has wade a rlllukabic exhib- It of 1000 kinds of the woods ot tbat gamee 1hibit will be presented to au American university after the Fxirl d lCCIDE TSA7T1IR TABLE Acdt cuts will happen It one happens to spill suwcrhfug he Is unfortunate but a ready arriel4t apology to the hostess Js all that lit CUI du tu remedy theditUrulty Aculful host ass will acknowledge the IHIIJI ep and Immediately ch3uge the IUtjtcr This story istoid uf a lJste1s at whose table a beautiful shies cup was broker Never mind she said plea saoty tiheybreak so easily seeP and she crushed one In her hand Her method was rather too elabor ate It would have been quite as sail s factory to the offender and tar nor e genteel bad she said I hope you have received nu injury The cup doesnt matter In the least Ita morsel of food drops fritm the attempet a a for ThhostessIf anything distasteful betaken is onihebe folded swap or placed on the plate Hard fighting between the Russian and Japanese has occurred In the vl StakelburgInstaff at St Petersburg says the Japanese forces malt several unsuccessful attempts to turn the Russian army s flank but the Russians maintained theIr position at severe lcss A report from Tukio says LleUt Commander killedPortsnore torpedo boat Oda was the In ventorof tbs Japanese mines FIFTY YElRS WITHOUT Stld VING Button Smlth one of the best known characters ot Pettersburg had hls6rs- shave and haircut In fifty years today and when he left the barber shop and went home It was as hour before his aged wife would believe that be was her husband He was elgbtytive years old a few days ago and his last shave and haIr cut were before the presidential ele- cton lu t Uncle Button as ho has been known for a generation was an original re publican and In S1 made a vow not to shave or have his hairut for fifty years It his patty did not win In the suing election and he religiously kept his pledge His halrreached nearly to the round and his beard was below his waste and both perttcidy white giving him a strange appearance making many lieve be was deranged When the barber got through shoving him and cutting his halt that which was taken off nearly tilled a halt bushel basket Uncle Button says he greatly misses his beard and he Is sorry now that he submitted to the barber He looks forty years younger so great Is the transformation by beIng relieved ot the heavy white beard and enormous growth ut halrIndlanapoas Tele gram to the St Louis Star UNFAIR SCHOOL BOOKS The county Boards which are exam lning the school books submitted by the different publishing houses ar- avingh a great difficulty In agreeing upon the history There Is not a his tory ut the United States submitted which does not give an unfair biased account of the Civil War each magnify all the achlevments o the Federal soldiers and minimize th exploits or the Confederates Tbe South does not want a history partial to Its side u1 the Civil War but It docs demand a history that the children may at cast learn of the courage th rbraverywho wore the gray Unless a be put In the public schools of tit South that does justice w the south era soldiers the achlevments ut Lee JacksunJuhnson Loogstreet Fortes sad others will perish within the present generation Out upon rhos publishing houses that seek to sell to the history of the sires and grandslre of many of the school children of to day that suppress all their glorious achlevtuents upon the battlefield and only land the victories won over them by overwhelming numbers There no desire on the part of the South o revive the memories or that ltter- conlhct but It should Insist the heroic struggle of her people the greatest of modern times should at least be taught to the offspring of those who gave up their lives for the Lost CauseElln beth town News TILE NEW ClllIRjAJ The unanimous choice by the convention of Lewis MtQuown as cbalr man of the Democractc State Ceutral and Erecuttve Committees Insures for the party through his term of servIce an Impartial and capable admlnlstra Lion of Its internal affairs and Inle- UgenUy planned and brilliantly executed oppositIon to common enemy A man of sound and conservative judgment true w his friends just at all times to those who may be opposed to him aveteran In the partys service allied with no faction with the will to think for himself and the power to act for the best Interest of any cause with which he Is allied no democrat will have cause to complain of his rulings and no section of the party cause to tear injustice at his hands A better choice of a better wan could not have been namedLoulsYlhe Times JUDGE PARKERS CRITICS We have never been able to seeset in holding It against Judge Parke- that he has seen fit to refrain dtscurslug political matters at time ut that he has as tine of his chic supporters David B Hill The men who have come out In opt opposition to the distinguished New York jurist have based their crttIctsm- o1 s him upon one of these two grounds either his silence ur he ls lIllis mao He Is on the use hard lampooned and cartooned ass sphinx as a man gagged and bound or as one tied down or nailed w silence platform as It he were a mere dummy wh 4 was afraid to open his muth un the other hand Mr IIIIl particularly the republican newspapers is reprt himeor the purpose of creating the ImprpsslOD that Judge Parker Is dominated alld controlled by Hill Strangely enough some of the leged friends of Parker have joined this cry that he lhould talk out or In lampooning and cartooning hint at ter the manner Indicated which is Idently designed to put him In a false light and make him ridiculous A poor kind of friendship that wool d turn upon him the IIbafts of the enemy No tale wan would hold It as a det cement to Judge Parker that be bas from the brat had the earnest entbu- lastlc support of Mr Hill Judlt Parker himself Is quoted as bavlD g said he was ilIad of Mr Hills suppori but he Is not Hills man and that unquestionably represents his reaL at t rude Ito man who knows Jurhe Parker will for a moment beliefs that auybdtelse dominate him lu the haste r will nut permit such domination In the future Neither Mr lull our uuytud else has tied his mouth ur uaUrd him down Judge Parker has seen tit to rrjct all userwrrs to draw hint into a discueslon- of puBLIcs and poltlcal matttrs for two rev cns either ut which seems sumcent to warrant his cuutiuued silence The first ut these Is that he deans It Improper for one huldln the high judicial positIOn to ludulgeiu political discussion and It would bl the other Is that be feels sure there is noth log In his record which Icessttates defense or explanation and that there Is no general dowsed uu the part of the masses of democrats tor his views IDe Is right again The democrats are satisfied that he Is a straight old fasloned democrat well grounded to democratic principles and one who has always supported the nominees of the party That Is all they have at any time wanted to know Being thor oughly satisfied on thlsscort they see no call for Judge Parker being lam pooned and cartooned as a dummy and a mummy and they naturally look a Ikaoce at the alleged friendship which InspIres such attacks Democrats should be able to find somethlng better to du than to be dulging In spoken or written or tured attacks upon any man who may theepresldencyAtlanta Constltutiou The Steel trust has addtd ont dollar to the price ut the farmers plow The W ire trust has pot up the price of lordlyeto tence his fields The lumber trust has Increased by fifty per cent the cost of the barns he builds The twine trust Is taking toll from his isetheeIn the face of all these well whoewhen you suggest a lr sidentlal campaign against the trusts declare that you must not disturb business later est The busIness interes of all such bedisturbed but they ought to be de troyed by law e rcmcoWI HlhIL a Hardware T Cuttlery iLawn Mowers Screen Doors ci i 134 W Market Louisville hentucks premisesTheyget them by paying for this notice TuttColumbia CMr T W Wheat Tarter has four2 yearold steers for sale The Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company has made able very desira fore heretoaat the expiration policy of the first tenand at the end of years receivingchange to made gives the holder the right fiveyearsdividendpayingand economicaltion see J E MURRELL Wilmore Rote s w M WILMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky II IIIthansample rooms and a firstclass Feedstable c S GRADY DENTIST o SPECIAL attention given to Gold work Filling Crown and Bridge i k OFFICE over 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to the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer entitleSthesubscrilicr to TWO ESTIDfATES Send for sample copy of Weekly EndairFr blanks etc etc LIIIEILLLTEEaIS To AGENTS The Enquirer YCOht SharlnS Bureau PU Box 716 Cincinnati 0 j I the ttlit outty mtlVS Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair county News So INCORPORATE CHAS S HARRIS Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests of the city of and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia as second class JUNE 22 1904 There was and appalling disas ter in New York Harbor last Wednesday General Slocum and excursion steamer was burn ed to the waters edge and over fivehundred people perished There were about 2000 people mostly women and children on board enroute to a picnic A mob attempted to lynch a negro woman Mary Thompson at Lebanon Junction last Wednesday night While she was hanging from a limb she jerked a knife from the hand of one of the mob cut herself loose and fought her way from the crowd In escaping she was shot three times but will probably recover She is now in jail at Shepherds yule and the negroes of Lebanon Junction threaten to burn the town where the attempted lynch ing occurred The negro woman murdered a respectable white man the day before A great deal is being said just now about the passing of Senator Jo Blackburn from political life To us it looks like the distinguished gentleman has acquitted him self well up to this date in his long career as a Statesman He has been an unflinching Demo crat and for thirtyfive years has been a representative in some branch of government His rec ord is an honorable one and when the history of his life has been written it will be a story of a servant who has been true to every trust Mr Blackburn is now an old manclose to seven tyand it is not likely that he will again be a candidate for United States Senator but should he conclude to stand for reelec tion followers who have been with him in all these years will again espouse his cause and fight for him so long as his name is be fore the Kentucky Legislature An extract from Gov Beck hams speech Kentucky Day at the Worlds Fair- Kentucky has been the van guard in West American civiliza tion The sons of her pioneers with bared breasts with daunt less valor with the courage of a lion in their eyes and with the gentleness of a woman in their hearts have been the leaders in clearing the forests in driving out the savage and the wild beast and in building up the great Com monwealths around and beyond her We may justly boast of all those bounties with which nature has so generously endowedus but above all we boast of our su perb citizenship We are con stantly drawn upon by other States for some of our best blood but we are not disturbed for like the waving bluegrass our supply is inexhaustible and we have yet an unlimited quantity of Governors Senators Congress men bank or railway presidents or any other kind of leaders that other States may need The stock does not deteriorate by transplanting and the only sug gestion needed to be given the importers is to watch the immigrant for if he is not constantly provided with a good office or a lucrative job he is sure to return to that Old Kentucky Home Ladies and gentlemen of all States and nations you are cor dially welcomed to this hospitable home which we have erected in this magic city It represents what we are used to back in Ken tucky If you are pleased with the symbol come and see the re ality see what we believe to be the greatest State in the galaxy of the Union see the bravest kindestheartedmost generous people the sun ever shone upon and see the most beautiful that Gods smile ever blessed You are welcome here You will be welcome there Mr Jas M Richardson editor of the Glasgow Times informed a representative of the News at the State Democratic Convention that he was a candidate to suc ceed the Hon John S Rhea as Congressman from the Third dis trict He has been over a portion of the district meeting with en couragement all along the line There is not a better postedman in Kentucky than Jim Richardson and there is not a doubt but he would make a useful member of Congress Mississippi and Arkansas have added their votes to the Parker list It is certain that Texas will also instruct for him With the exception of Kentucky and Vir ginia every State in the South is either pledged or has expressed a preference for him While there was no expression in the Kentucky State Convention it was very evident that a large majority of the delegates favored his nomination and it is almost sure that the State will thus vote If James N Tyners letter to President Roosevelt did not touch a tender spot the Chief Magis trate is wholly void of sympathy for the man he has wronged Tyner was formerly Assistant Postmaster General and being charged with irregularities was tried and acquitted by a jury of his country Notwithstanding this the President charges him with gross corruption Kentucky Day at the Worlds Fair was a success in every par ticular The previously arranged program was carried out and the exercises drew thousands of peo ple to the Kentucky building Gov Beckham was the principal speaker for the State Much credit is due Mr A Y Ford President of Kentucky exhibits for getting everything in proper shape for a most creditable show The old Rebs had a joyous time at Nashville last week Men who had not seen each other since Lees surrender met and stories that were told around the camp fires in the dark and bloody days of the Civil War were retold Everything is delightful at these reunions but sorrow comes when the hour to separate arrives After deciding several State contests on delegations at large to the Republican National Con vention and a number of district disputes the National Republican Committee adjourned last Friday until Saturday morning leaving the biggest fight that of the fac tions of Wisconsin still unsettled Japanese and Russians are re ported to have lost heavily in a battle at Telissu about eighty miles North of Port Arthur It is predicted that some real fight ing will occur before the end of the Summer Forty per cent of the gross re ceipts of the St Louis Exposi tion from June 1st to June 15th both dates inclusive amounting to 19505704 was poid into the subtreasury at St Louis by the Exposition In Louisiana the negroes won over the white men the commit tee deciding to seat the negro delegates at large who are op posed to the Lily White Re publicans The Court of Appeals has af firmed the judgment of the lower court in the Jim Howard case and he will now be taken to the penitentiary to serve during life During Governor Beckhams stay in St Louis last week Lieutenant Governor Bill Thorne held the reigns of Government at Frankfort The next Confederate reunion will be held at Louisville The date will be announced in a few weeks HELL Mr Whit Hubbard the contractor has begun workon the Methodist church Wm Sutherland of Louisville who has been here for three weeksI prizing tobacco for Dowell Finn turned home monday Mr G A Keltner and E C Finn have gone to Oklahamato thresh wheat D B Dowell was in Louisville last week as a delegate to the Democratic State Convention He sold a lot of tobacco while there Mr Joshua Murrell our former Sun day school superintenuent is improving rapidly and he is now able to perform said mission We are glad to have him with us again Mr John R Rice of Hiseville visit ed relatives at Keltner Saturday and Finn sold several Hogsheads of tobacco in Louisville last week real izing 860 for their best dark leaf Robert Dohoney and others attended Sulpher Well Sunday A large acreage of Burley tobacco has been set in this section ESTO The health of this community is very good at present F L Selby has just returned from CincinnatiA crowd attended the Old Folks rally at Oak Grove the Second Sunday The young people entertained with rec itations and music in the forenoon until 11 oclock when Rev Goodman preach ed an interesting sermon Rev Prock preached in the afternoon There is being a program arranged for a celebration on the 4th of July at Box Elder near this place A good time is is raging in this section Would like for some one to suggest a Nora Selby who has been con fined to her room for some time is im proving We hope the people of Adair county will not let this opportunity of securing a railroad pass Fortune only knocks once if you let this one pass it may never come again Strike while the iron is red seek and you shall find If you want to make a profitable invest ment invest in the railroad Mrs Jesse L Murrell and daughter Mary of Lebanon are visiting rela tives in Russell Mr W C Grider and wife and Mr L E Hays and Miss Ella Grider at tended the Baptist Association at Campbellsville ESTO No2 Farmers are putting in good time Corn looks well Wheat oats and grass are good in this section A tombstone was erected to the mem ory of Mrs John J Turner last Satur day the religious services being per formed by Rev Thos Hadley Flowers were numerous The SundaySchool rally at Oak Grove last Sunday was largely attend ed The day was fine and the exercises delightful The recitation MotherI by Mrs Tine Grider melted the con gregation to tears Coffey Bros fur nished excellent music and Bros Good man and Prock delivered able sermons But oh the whiskey that was sold in the bushes Boys were drunk firing pistols and hallooing to the great dis turbance of God fearing people We are done for in this part of Russell county unless we can get help from the peaceloving people God save our boys and down with whisky vendors TKOs HADLEY BLISS Miss Clara Wilmore returned to her home in Gradyville last Wednesday after spending several days pleasantly in our Emily Grissom of your town was visiting here last week Mr Geo Staples and wife of Colum bia visited the formers parents at this place last Saturday and Sunday Uncle John Pennington and wife left for Elkhorn last Tuesday to visit relatives and also to attend the Bap tist Convention at Campbellsville Mrs Emily Burton of Tabor was here Friday Mrs Julia Baker of Gradyville was visiting here last week Mr Gosset of Louisviile arrived here last Friday to setup the gasoline grist mill lately ordered by our mer chants returning to the city Monday Wheat will very soon be ready for cutting From indications the crop is much better than was expected Oats are looking fairly well in this section though rather short at places P V Grissom and family of your city spent last Sunday at this place A bevy of young ladies met together last Tuesday at the residence of Mrs Sue Grissom and made a good use of the day in helping her daughter Miss Lena along with her sewing Many hands make quick work Those pres ent were Misses Mattie Taylor of Co lumbia Clara Wilmore of Gradyville Vallie Nora and Levia Sandidge Rosa and Ella May Flowers Lena Salmon Mary Grissom and mother Mesdames W F Staples and Mag Wilmore WF Staples who has been quite sick recovered enough to be able to spend the day withwell with the la dies at the sewing bee last Tuesday Mrs N J Horton one of the most estimable ladies of Preachersville is visiting with the family of James 0 Grissom and friends in this section Miss Mary Wilmore of Gradyville was enjoying herself in our midst a few days of last week Rev W H C Sandidge and daugh ter Miss Nora went to Greensburg last Thursday at which place Miss San didge was to be examined for a position in a school in that county FOR SALEA good safe reliable family horse Also good saddle horse W R Myers HARDWARE SADDLES HARNESS FARM IM PLEMENTS AND FIELD SEEDS DEERINGBINDERS MOWERS BINDeR TWINeCORN DRILLS 0 EMPIRE SHOE SUPERIOR Disc PLANTERS FRIEND AND BLACK HAW- KCULTIVATORS 0 NEW WESTERN LITTLE JOKER AND BUCKEYE BUGGIES and HARNESS 0 ARE THE AND 0 AND We can you in in our line on us F J IS A OF n 0 35 new neat ven Q It is x X and is the best in 0to the best O pP for C CHAS A W Q Four Months Storage Free Baumgardner PLOWS VULCAN BEST WAGONS 0O- LD 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of Horse Cave called on our merchants Monday Mr W D King of Louisville ming led with friends here one day last week Mr Basil Chapman of Glensfork conveyed his aunt to Lebanon ThursdayS Messrs J Greenfield and Frank Hal of Baltimore Md were here 1Monday Mr Avalee Taylor of Montpelier is assisting Russell Murrell in invoicing this week Mr E T Willis and wife of Cave City are visiting the formers mother in this city Mr J D Hughes and his mother Mrs Kate Hughes left for the Worlds Fair last week Master John Lowe who fell and hurt his arm several days ago has about covered Mr Frank Hill representing S A Slaughter Co Louisville reached s home last Friday Dr B T Wood and Mr W T Wood of Danville are visiting the family of Judge James Garnett Mr Olie Taylor and sisters Misses Jessie and Lavia of Montpelier were in Columbia Monday Mr Edcar C Lewis traveling sales man of Bradfordsville was in Colum bia the first of the week Mr Allie Wilcoxson and wife of Green county visited the family of Mr W R Myers last week Mr C C Kinnaird and his daughter Miss Zula of Red Lick were shopping in Columbia last Friday Mrs N B Miller and sons Tom and Nat Nevada Mo are visiting relatives countyIsDr R A Jones of Stanford was in Columbia last Friday en route to Mont pelier to visit his parents Master Henry West of Campbells ville who has been visiting in Columbia two weeks returned home Friday Bro William Harrison Williams of Louisville visited Bro J P Scruggs of this place the first of the week Dr N M Hancock and wife Cane Valley visited the family of Judge Jun ius Hancock the first of the week Mr W H Cheek and wife of Cum berland county were in Columbia last Friday en route home from Campbells J H Young spent last week with his mother who was quite sick and who resides a few miles this side o A Huddleston States Attor ney was called to Columbia last week to see his sister Mrs C R Payne who t was quite sick Eld J Q Montgomery and daughter Miss Pearl of Liberty arrived in Columbia last Thursday afternoon en route for Glasgow r Mr C M Breeding and wife Lind sey Texas are visiting relatives in Co lumbia and Adair county They will re main about two weeks Mr A P Young of Richland Mo was here last week Mr Young its a native of this county but has been away for about thirty years Mr J D Lowe and family of this city accompanied by Miss Rose Ellis will visit relatives at Gainsboro Tenn for the next two weeks Dr C S Grady is in Louisville for the purpose of having his crippled knee examined It may be that he will be detained in the city several weeks Miss Lena Holladay who has been attending Liberty College at Glasgow is now in Adair visiting relatives will leave for Kansas in a week ortw Miss Lorena Pile will visit St Louis next week Miss Pile will meet he mother in Logan county and they will also visit Mrs S H Pile Glasgow Mo Rev G W Perryman who was born and reared near Montpelier was in Co lumbia last Friday en route for his old home Rev Perryman is pastor of the First Baptist Church Paducah Mr E B Pace one of Cumberland countys most highly respected citizens is in Columbia for a two weeks visi taking Osteopathie treatment Mr Pace is a resident of Marrowbone and we are glad to see him in our midst that he may find his stay both pleasantI and profitable u Mr J Garnett Wood of Danville who has been in this section for several weeks returned home last Friday Mrs W L Walker and daughter Miss Alice Mrs W E Bradshaw and Miss Verna Dohoney attended the Rapp Dixon marriage at Burksville last Wed nesday Mr L E Hays Miss Ella Grider Mr W C Grider and wife and Mr J A McFarland and wife all of Russell county were here Friday returning Baptist convention at Campbellsville Dr J H Grady who attended the Confederate reunion at Nashville says it was a most happy meeting and if he is permitted to live he will again be with his old comrades in Louisville next yearMessrs Jas F Montgomery F R Winfrey Jas Garnett Jr Rollin Hurt C H Murrell and daughter Miss Ka tie Gordon Montgomery W D Jones and Bruce Moutgomery were in James town this week Mr Sam Lewis was in Louisville last week and disposed of a large consign ment of produce His daughter Miss Edna accompanied him and will remain in the city several weeks visiting her cousin Mrs Blanche Schuster Messrs C Y Parrot and Ira Reid stopped over in Columbia Sunday on their return from Tennessee where they had eloped with two young ladies of Taylor county and were married We failed to learn the names of the ladies Miss Jennie Garnett who has been teaching music at Jellico Tenn for terms returned home last week he gave up teaching about the middle of May spending the last four weeks with her sister Mrs E W Barnett who resides in Mississippi Mr Thos Hibben and Dr L F Page of Indianapolis who reached Columbia with their families in automobiles started on their return trip last Satur CoIlumbiaseveral railroad practical talks both signifying a willingness to take some stock in the proposed road from here to Collins prosperous farmer of Russell county was in Columbia last Thursday There has been some talk of Mr Collins becoming a candidate for County Judge but he stated to the News that he had not yet gotten his consent to make the race Four or five gentlemen have already signified a will ingness to serve the people and others may come into the ring LOCAL JOTTINGS We had a fine rain here Sunday fore noon Teachers Institute at Burksville the first Monday in July Hudson Conover sold to Mr Jo Coffey a cow and calf for 3000 Miss Emma Young gave a moon light party last Thursday night I want to buy 500 chestnut telephone polls H N Miller Columbia Ky Dr James Menzies of this place will preachat Mt Carmel next Sunday I have six fresh milch cows for sale HUDSON CONOVER All day singing at Plumpoint next Sunday conducted by W S Dudgeon The Casey County Teachers Institute willconvene in Liberty the 27 of June Bennett Wilson this place shipped one hundred fat hogs to Louisville last week St Louis bloomers were defeated at Campbellsville the scores standing 13 to 3 fMany wheat crops in Adair county will be cut this week The grain is good Russell county like Adair will hav to elect an Assessor at the next gener al election The singing at Antioch last Sunday was a success although the rain kept a few away The Adair county teachers institute will be held next week beginning Monday June 27 Miss Margaret Robertson entertained quite a number of her friends last Sat urday evening The privileges of the Casey County Fair Association will be sold at Liberty on Saturday the 9th of July For SaleA good cow fine stock also 3 head of work horses S D Crenshaw Columbia Ky Rev William Harrison Williams o Louisville delivered two interesting sermons at the Baptist church Sunday andeveningo I have a fresh milch cow and calf fo rsale W 0 Murrell Joppa Messrs Buck Hendrickson and Jake Vanhoy of Cane Valley bought of Ambrose Dulworth the gristmill at Mt armed a few days ago oudt e brindltc GadberryPhil t and secondclass poplar shingles for sale Call him over phone Now is the time to subscribe for the weekly CourierJournal and the Adair County News Both papers six months for 60 cents If taken within the next few weeks the Weekly Courier Journal and Adair County News Will be sent to any address six months for 60 cents A crowd of boys went to Green river fishing Monday Up to the time we go to press we have not been able to learn what success they are having Misses Ethel and Stella Conover en tertained Saturday evening in honor of their visitors the Misses Maud and Ef fie Cowherd of Campbellsville StrayedA small brindle cow de horned giving milk has been gone one week Notify me and receive reward Talmage Smith We make the following offer which will hold good for a few weeks only The weekly Courier Journal and Adair County News six months for 60 cents Subscribe now Miss Emma Young who lives in the suburbs of town entertained a large number of the young peoph of Colum bia last Thursday evening All who at tended report a most delightful time Fred Estes aged 11 years died at the home of his father in the Breeding neighborhood last Sunday The cause of his death was a congestive chill The remains were interred in the Breeding cemetery Monday Judge H C Baker organized the Russell circuit court Monday forenoon Af ter the grand jury had been instructed the remainder of the day was turned over to candidates who are anxious to serve the dear people postedduringhave made an arrangement whereby we can furnish the Weekly CourierJournal and Adair Connty News six months for cents Subscribe now The Gradyville people are in earnest saying that they will subscribe liberally to the interurban railroad Every body who is going to take stock should do so at once The quicker the money is rais ed the sooner will the work commence Subscribe now The loss sustained by Mr J R Tutt Milltown by the burning of a crib and sixteen barrels of corn the last of May was adjusted by Mr Gordon Montgom ery agent for the Home Fire Insurance Company last Wednesday Mr Tutt will be paid 116 A great many Adair county people will visit the Worlds Fair but in our judgment it is not a good idea to go too soon All the exhibits are not yet in the buildings and to see the whole show six weeks or two months from now will be early enough to start Hamilton won in the Court of Appeals and will continue to hold the po sition of County court clerk of Metcalfe county Mr Baker the Circuit Judge of this district decided in favor of Young The whole Court were unani mous in their opinion LAND FOR SALE I have for sale 50 acres of landmore or less all in timber adjoining the Peter Cheatham farm threequarters of a mile from Columbia For particu lars call on the undersigned 1m R R Conover Dr J II Grady returned from Nash ville last Friday evening where he had been to attend the Confederate reunion The Doctor came in wearing his gray uniform a forciable reminder of days of the Civil War He reported that the reunion was a success in every particular He met many old comrades for the first time since the war closed The News desires to extend its sympathy to Mr J N Coffey and Miss Mary CofFey of this place who were bereft of their brother Beecher on the 11th of this month He was about 22 years of age and the end came at Blair Oklahoma where the young man was in declininghealthbeing pulmonary trouble IA large crowd was in Jamestown last Monday the opening of the Summe- term ef the Russell circuit court Th merchants and other business men en joyed a good run of trade during the day We learned from farmers that wheat throughout the county was about ready to cut that it was thin upon th ground but the grain good better the usual Beech is now being utilized for furni ture and building material and Adair county has an abundance of it It is said by observing men that the beech morfe d through Adair Every farmer who is able should look to his interest and take the amount of stock that he can well roard pay re you goo d returns on your investment Mr W K Azbill Gov J R Hind man and others were in the Sparksville and Breeding country last Saturday in the interest Railrord They were cordially met and it is our understand ing that 1200 or 1500 were subscrib ed for the enterprise Farmers are be coming interested over the county as they are thoroughly convinced that their lands would be greatly enhanced in val ue should a Railroad be built to Colum bia Twentyfive thousand dollars of the fifty thousand have been subscrib ed and it is confidently believed that the remainder will be raised Farmers are now being approached and many of them are showing their in terest in the building of the interurban railroad by subscribing for stock The men who are pushing this matter are anxious to raise the required amount of stock as quickly as possible Therefore every man is earnestly requested to come at once and subscribe for the amount he is willing to take The payments are easy and there is nothing to pay unless the road is completed to Co lumbia Quite a number of the representative citizens of Columbia1 and Mr Hibben and Dr Page of Indianapolis Ind met with the Gradyville people last Fri day and discussed the railroad project They found the people of that locality ripe for the enterprise many of them expressing a determination to subscribe for stock A local committee was appointed to raise funds and a meeting for that purpose was set for last Satur day afternoon Roll the ball the more you push it the larger it getsiQuite a number of delegates from Cumberland Russell and Metcalfe counties who attended the State Baptist Association at Campbellsville stopped in Columbia last Friday on their return home They were loud in their praise of Campbellsville and the people of Tay lor county for the hospitable manner in which they were treated One gentleman said The Campbellsville people certainly know how to entertain LAND FOR SALE The land which was owned by the late W B Hurt is for sale There are 372 acres more or less Good dwelling barns fencing etc All cleared land is in grass and corn This farm is well watered and the timber is good Also one tract known as the Logan Murrell land upon which is a good dwelling one and a half miles from Columbia For particulars address- L P and U D Hurt Admrs Columbia or Montpelier Ky Simon Lester of color who has been a citizen of Columbia since 1852 came into the News office last Friday and in speaking of the changes Time had wrought said When I came here the town was full of colored people there being a number of slave holders in Co lumbia but I have been looking around and I find that there is not a single col ored person in Columbia who was here 52 years ago save myself- A77EXTIONJI1ISOJS Friday night the 21th is the regular meeting of Columbia Lodge No 96 F A M at which time there will be work in the Master Masons degree Grand Master 0 D Thomas Grand Secretary II B Grant Grand Parsui vant Hobson Grand Sword Bearer Murrell and Grand Senior Warden Gar nett are all expected to be present and assist in the work All Masons in good standing are invited to be present By order of the Master KENTUUKY 1ICS Liberty July 2G3 days Crab Orchard July 273 days Danville August 33 days Georgetown August 912 days Harrodsburg August 93 days Lawrenceburg August 164 days Shcpherdsville August 234 days Springfield August 214 days Glasgow August 314 days Elizabethtown Sept 64 days The July Womans Home Companio- is a souvenir number of the St Louis Fair It contains nine pages of picture and text descriptive of the Exposition in all it phases Equally attractive pictoral features are the WashDay of All Nations and Celebrating the 4th of July in Uncle Sams New Posses sions These are the best kind ofI travelafticles and are supplemented by a vivacious description of Sports on an OceanLiner Published by The Crow ell Publishing Company Springfield Ohio one dollar a year 10 cts a copy PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY Z T Williams Egypt and Mt Pleas antW H C Sandidge Temperance G W Montgomery Liberty J F Barger Freedom F E Lewis Milltown A L Mell Pleasant Ridge T J Campbell Clear Spring LibertydJ L Adkins Friendship J B Debord Russell Springs T Huffaker Neatsburg J P Scruggs Gradyville RidgenW G Bradford Salem W C Clemens Columbia W B Cave Plumpoint TO REMARRIED TODAY Invitations were sent our last week announcing that Dr James Menzies of this place would be married today Wednesday to Miss Dora Kinnaird daughter of Mr Stewart Kinnaird of Metcalfe county Dr Menzies has been a resident of Columbia for about ten months making friends from the start He is a sober Christian gentleman and our people are glad that he has con cluded to make Columbia his pcnnancnt intended bride is one of Metcalfe countys best young women She has often visited here and will be given hearty welcome b y her numerous friendsIn very short time the couple will begin housekeeping in the residence owned by Judge T A Murrell and situated near the Methodist parsonage The News desires to extend its con gratulations trusting that the couple may live long peace and happiness reigning r IIOSIITAIILE CAMPliELLSVILLE LEBANON KY 616 TilE NEwsvIn the short time allotted me in wait ing for the east bound train I feel it a duty as well as a pleasure to make a brief mention of The Baptist State As sociation that came to a close in Camp bellsville this evening since it was my pleasure to spend two days with the people of that hostitable city in the As sociation First we desire to say that the Association was all that could be expected from the standpoint ofability goodwill and results It was a gather ing of the most active intelligent representatives of a great and progressive religious body one that is recognized throughout chrisendom as a power for good one whose mission is to evangelize the world to lift the fallen and bring peace and salvation to all mankind Dr W H Felix of Lexington was select ed as Moderator and in the discharge of keepingages without deviation From begin ning to close each and every subject presented was given such consideration as its merits demanded but the work of missions and education seemed to be the most interesting and brought out some of the ablest men in the meetings It brotherlyloveSome had imagined that the good peo ple of Campbellsville would not be able to take care of such a gathering but this was due only to a lack of faithcomparing that city with others of less hospitality or it was from an imperfect knowledge of their resources and inclinations But all fears were brushed aside as the coming delegations arrived and a clam or of the bighearted people of that thrifty little city was raised for more guests There were 310 ministers and delegates in attendance besides the many visitors and all were royally en tertained Every minister delegate and visitor was given a hearty shake of the hand and entertained in that manner only that comes from bighearted people actuated by love and good will It was our pleasure to be assigned to the home of Mr and Mrs W R Lyon whose attention to their guests could not be surpassed Mr Lyon an Adair county boy and his good wife coming from the same good country tried to se cure all the delegation South of Taylor county They have a beautiful home and it was fairly well filled with those who believe in the doctrine of once in the faith always in the faith We do not mean to say that Adair county pro duces more hospitality than Taylor W could not take such a position in face of the fact that every door in Campbells ville was thrown wide open that eye ry one tried to do more than the other We desire to say that if there is any thing in Campbellsville either in ability or in clination to not care for such a gathering we were not able to detect it Cunipbcllsvillc showed her worth her true picture All Kentuckians are hos pitable but the sunny side the Green river country beats the world C S II Representatives of the News had the pleasure of meeting many friends of the paper at Jamestown last Monday For the patronage received from Russell county the management is truly thankful Six and a half years ago the News was started and from first issue a large subscription list covering all the post offices in Russell has been regularly filled Our thanks are also due the jobnwork We stand ready to push any en terprise the people of Russell county desires to start Just now there is some talk of a railroad passing through the county surveyors having been run ning lines for several weeks Russell like Adair she needs a road There no doubt but oil in paying quantities ca be found and that the Cumberland riv er hills contain coal in great abundance no one will deny Development is all that is necessary to make Russell one of the best counties in the State The Cumberland river bottoms are rich and the uplands are very productive There is nothing more conducive to health than keeping the back streets and outbuildings in a good sanitary con dition Filth breeds disease therefore the municipal board of the town of Columbia should take steps to have all decaying vegetation etc removed from the town Now is the time to begin this work dont wait until contageous dis ease strikes the community Typhoid fever is almost as fatal as cholera hence it behooves the authorities to pre pare for this contageon There is a two year old stray heifer on my farm been there several months The owner can have her by paying for the keeping and this notice She is dark red with brindle stripes- 2t S A Hatcher GRADYVILLE G H Nell will begin building his new house in a few days E H Hughes and daughter of Columbia attended church here Sunday G T Flowers and S F White Co lumbia were here last week J H Kemp and wife of Kemp visi ted here last week- S D Caldwell W C Yates and R L Davis of Portlahd attended the railroadmeeting here Friday aAirs J H Caldwell of Portland visited her sister Mrs R L Caldwell last week J A Diddle was in Grccnsburg last Monday IMrs Sis Patterson has been visiting T Flowers Miss Mattie Davis spent last week with relatives here t Dr L C Nell was called to Basil to see Mrs Parnell who is in a critical condition She is 96 yearns Mrs Rollin Browning of Columbia Mrs C 0 Moss Sunday night Mrs Geo Vance is confined to her room with fever G II Nell returned from county last week where he bought two car loads of cattle for Fall delivery C W Sparks merchant at Weed made a business trip to Horse Cave last ThursdayMr of Canmcr was here last week solicting orders from our merchants Dr Bolin the optician from same place was also here Eld J Q Montgomery of Liberty passed through here last week en route for Glasgow where he holds a meeting IQuite a number of our people attend ed the old folks singing at Antioch Sun day and all report a delightful time W Wand Chas Yates and A T Sherril and daughter Miss Lizzie attended the Baptist Association at Camp bellsville On last Friday morning our town was filled early in the day with people who came from differents parts of the county to see the automobiles and hear the railroad speeches Judge W W Jones of Columbia called the house to order andmade a fine speech in the interest of the proposed road Hons Rollin Hurt James Montgomery Jas Gar nett Jr Gov Hindman and Prof Az bill also made fine talks We must say that our people were awakenedand we will say right now that when it comes to taking stock old Gradyville will show wantithe opportunity Let us go to workand get the required amount- MIDDfEBURG Rev J L Owens pastor of the Bap tist church at McKinney filled the pul pit of the Middleburg Baptist church Sunday morning and evening June 12 His subject Sunday morning was hold He Cometh With CloudsRevl- otion e first cdapter and seventh verse His services greatly pleased the large audience which came out to hear him prcceptionsWm Miller and wife visited tilt daughter Mrs Clara Sharp on Bros creek Sunday and attended the First and Fourth Magisterial SundaySchool convention Mea are on the sick list Mr William Sharp a citizen of Yose mite is very ill at this writing Ed McDaniels of Burnside is visiting relatives Mrs Clarence Coleman of Burnside is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Adams Born to the wife of Harry Hollings worth a daughter Mr and Mrs John Adams visited at Waynesburg last week Don Bronson has returned home fromI State College Dollie McCormack of Hustonville was with her mother Mrs J C Coul ter last week Farmers are preparing to harvest their clover crops The newspaper readers of this place are enthused more over the Japanese Russian war than the coming Presidential election The writer is a constant reader of the above war and rejoices daily of the Japanese victory onsc dietssevnwas a citizen of this town Corn is changing hands here daily at 4and 125 hogs 3Jc wool 21 to 25c sheep to 3 Ginseng 400 spring chickens 20c hens eggs 12c geese 30c each guinea eggs 7c dried apples 4c yellow root 40c may apple J Iroot 15 green hides lOs This report is changeable daily and weekly A number of Casey county people at tended the game of base ball between Stanford and the St Louis Stars a female team at Stanford last Wednes dayd SPARKSVILLE Mr Lucian Gadberry was in Colum bia Monday Miss Nannie Rowe will teachour school this year Frank Curry attended the Baptist As sociation at Campbellsville spentSundayL L Harvey and wife spent Satur day night with Mr Harveys parents near Fairplay Mr Zach Bardin is on the sick list KNIFLEY Mrs B F Tupman is in very bad healthwith tumor of the stomach Wm Slaughter of Somerset is vis iting his son G H Slaughter croptoA Mr Cantrell has been with us with his photograph gallery A good portion of the tobacco crop was set during the late rains Wolford Co are setting their mill near here IRVINS STORE Farmers are very busy plowing RoyisJ D Lowe of Columbia called on our merchants last week Our lodge of F A M at Font hill continues to grow Members are raised at every meeting daughterMissand at Royalton L Hammond who went to New Mex ico in search of his health writes us that he is no better Climatic cures are few and far between J II Smith and Jacob Butcher at tended Sievers lodge on Saturday itUncle Ab Hopper has set 1000 tobacco We noticed plants a large bunch of bark spreadout in the sun the other day and to our surprise learned it was from the slipper elm Some people would peel poundfor A Birdseye View of the Panama Canal which appears in the June Womans Home Companion is one of the most interesting features to be found in the magazines of the month It is a picture of the canal from ocean posiIno way a year cents a copy The Crowell Publishing Co Springfield Ohio IIIIrepairing a specialty Iof and Blacksmithing iI am prepared to do your buggy repairing on short notice LOCATION WATER STREET WADE H EUBANK To the citizens of Adair connty The undersigned are 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 W T PYNE PREST FRED W HARDWICK SECT d TREAS 186tINCORPORATED W T PYNE Mill and Supply Company MILLWRIGHTS AND MACHINISTS Jobbing Work Solicited New and SecondHand MACHINERY sheet Iron and Tank Work No 1301Thirteenth Main Sts REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED To LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY HERMfiN G TflFEL Manufacturer of and Dealer inTELEPHONES SltflTCHBOKRDS AND LECTRIGTTL SUPPLIES354 W Jefferson Street Telephone 985 LOUISVILLE KY AW111 MOHLENKiiP + Marnessmaker 0REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE 0739 West Market HOME PHONE 4799 LOUISVILLE KY 0 i YASIIIONS FANCIES Tlia is aBatiefying season for the womait who iikes polka dote Hat crowns grow more and morn oonllpionou The took tendenoy iaaway from tabs to broad horizontal effects Bands of white taffeta embroid eredwith scarlet berries are used for trimming Skirt yokes are formed by mean- of tiny tnckB crossit g each other totmakea kind of lattice work Green is one of the pronouncedly fashionahlo colors of the spring andonmmer Crepe de chine gowns are a fea tuts of every complete outfit of theieaeonfOff stylE ofwaist except tbetightuttiug pointed ones bod- ias tire seen- Oharming blouses are of pale mtedb tiste with brodHrie At glaiee in the same tone Flowered muslin makes th simplest and prettiest of evenjrg gdwaaOi tha very laoey parasols bandies are of clear light tortois shell or amber n r With buds and drum corps playing Dixie and the dole- rites cheeringenthusiastically the Tourteenth annual reunion UnitedConfederate Veterans wa- calledto a order at noon Tuesday laetweek by Gen G W Gordon alter which tIov Frazier delivered ati eloquent address of welcome S atedupon the platform wer- ninny e distinguilhed visitors Gen StD Lees appearancE as pArma netit presiding officer was the 8ig- na for a demonstration which probably indicates his unanimons election as CommanderinChief Committees on Credentials and Reilolntions were announced nnd- Dr R H McKIm delivered a not able oration Jimn Allen of the Cyntliana Times makes the following og for a plank in the Demo Boratic platform Whereas the republican party claims credit for the splendid Workof the sunshine and the hOwers for seeding time and hat Beet for bountiful crops and alJ the goodness of the products of the earth therefore he it resole edthatwe severely condemn and point the finger of scorn at the i id republican party for the da s tsrdly ravages of the cut worms which are chewing our tobacco plants felling our tender corn and ruining our gardens Down with the cut worm Trust Sic serape r tyrannis The Illinois Democratic oonven completelytdliininated assisted byJohn P Quinn of Pec Iris who presided with a reckle8s display of gavel rule Mayor Hai- rison wasunseated as a d legate and left for home without entering the convention hall Law raves Stringer was nominated for Governor after the other two can dMates Prentiss and Crolius had withdrawn in angry speeches iolaring that the convention din represent the Democrats Illinois John P Hopkins A Lawrence Ben TCable and Sam u9fAIsobuler were elected deJe gates at large to the national con V IitionThe delegates were rbtrueted to vote for W R Hears t for Presideut so long as his name ie before the convention ll CAME TOO LATE QwinJtsvillp KyJ A Bryant Maystvilla and taken to Flemiugabar- on the charge of ohtaiutog money undArfalse pretenses Bryant iesaid t i oolleoted 00 from Flem- ingsbnrg people for the bnefit o fallcolored industrial school in Tat laboma Tenn The school true tees say that Bryant Is a fraud t NOo appeared against him Ftnmingsbarg n and he was releae ed A telegram rpci1ivpd from t Tullahoma shortly after he left rpqtip8ted that Bryant be held but no trace of him could be found Bryant is said to haveI collected large ameunt- ifThe same Negro was in Com- mtbiaafew weeks ago and swindle d t1 op1k to the tape of 50 He al bo visited all our adjacent towns penitentiaryirthe Jt IS THE RACE DYING OUT 11 fife negro race dying out Statistiba indicate that it is diminishing In 1770when th i oeneoswas taken negroee consti- toted nearly afifthof the popula tJOn of the United StatesIll 1880 the percentage of the npgro to the total population was 13 1 In 1890 119 1900 it was 1hQ While the populltion increased 214 per cent duriug the last de cede the negro population increae- eel only 181 per cent White immigration most be taken Into auu- eideration but It is not snificieu t isthe growth of racial strength The Boston Herald which h s 11 ways manifested a sympathetic interest in the negro thinks the hances are that ill the near future the whole gain will show a rflativ e inorease brought about by the seeming demoralization that i overtaking a large section of the oolored race Those negroes wh are now coming into manhood have in many instances only a Xe mote knowledge of old indnstrial- oondition Their grandparent may havee been slaves but their immediate parents lived in fret dom hence they have neither in herIted ncr received the benefits laud defects of the system of n voluntary labor Thrown into hard struggle for ex ie ten o e through cmpetition it seams to be admitted that except in oertain lines of agriculture the negroes are not holding their own The Herald notes that Thom Nelson Page has recently points outwhat older tit zena of the South knowthat in the Suut h before the days of the Civil War practically allof the skIlled me- ohanio workthat is the work performed by carpenters sawyers wheelwrights bricklayers boatmen tanners eta was performs by nFgroes Nearly all the hogs in the South were built by the m they manufactured most of the articles that were produced in the South The Herald addshA t present time these skilled empby- ment are lost arts to the colors people Both in the North and Soutb a camber of reasons can given for tore change some of which do not reflect in any way UpOJl the colored race yet the feat remains that they are not now in spite of the eduoation n which they have received as competent competitors in the struggle of life dS they were a glneration or more ago Besides this they are tending more and more in the thickly settled communities toward race degeneracy a racy went which must as it accelera tpp lead to an octual dtminatia n in population There is an increasing disposition among negroes to drift to the larger towns and orrice where many of them live in idleae which breeds crime and where they congregate in congested dis- triots that are unsanitary and nn- hpalthful and where the moral conditions are bad This dispolit- iOIl to flock to the cities adds to the mortality rate among negro and makes many of them yort- bspEl Town News OBITUARY gdtv 18tMh is and all the neighbors were von food of her she being the life company young and old Ste was a great sufferer butshejs now free from all paw having u tered that heavenly home to Awe withangels forevermore It is hard for parents to give up a love lp child hut they should Isms m her that God knows best and th the Savior said Suffer litG 19 children tri come unto me and Jor bid them not for of such is kin dam of heaven May these war console the father and mother an other relatives iu this dot hour WILY SO MANY BACHELORS lu a sermon which the Re Madison C Peters delivered in the Broad Street Baptist Church Iu Philadelphia last Sunday he said I would make all theimprov e manta of the manners and veto m pliehments of education aubord Late to the homethe means to make home happy The state of life into which It has pleased God to call our danghJ tare ii plainly for the most parf that which entails the du6res of the housekeeper and the home maker and fun those da6tesa tbff learning acquired in the echo often does mash to unfit then The result of this nnfaithfuJness n the foundation education 1s aen in the extrapagattt habits our modern hoaeekeaPng IPd jg octant waste where the young wo man finds herself unable to dIrect h rseryauts in cases where she auahle to do the work herself nudIttoallows the little kingdom to live Vithlut s head Her husband finds that the expense of marriEd life fur greater than he antioipat- e eland the comfort usa lt is the extravagance and iu- competftnoeamll1H IIDlel1 that ac auuutd fur nearly four million single mn past thirty It oust su mach now to tluppurt a wIfe that it has beoome a prevalent seuti meat that a man must acquire his fprtnue bfjfor he marries the beWlltt must lave no share nor taoit and the young married people must set out wIth as large an es tabhpIment as is becoming to those who have beeL married for tweutyyeare This fills the country with bachelors who era waiting tu make their fortunes endangetiug vIrtue prompting vice it destroys the design of the domestic iustitutlon and it encourages inpfficienoy among women who are Pxpcting to he taken up by fortunes and enetaitted without any oars on their partEx HORSES AND MULES Figures of the statistIcian of the department of agriculture shw an increase of 178686 horses and 29323 hpsdof mules over the totals given out in 1903 The good demand for horses and mule at the present time and the small increase iJJdi- catedshow the importance of the farmers of the middle south giving more attention to the breeding of animals in the immediate faros than has been done in the past hefew years The triple breeding interest isMconfined to a comparatively small area of the United Stats centerLling chiefly in the mIddle including the states of Alabama Georgia Mississippi Louisiana Texas Arkaueaa Tennessee Kentucky and Missouri The largest camber of mules are found in Texas with Mississippi and Mi8 scurf second and third The hIgh price of cotton at the prese rt time insures a good market for mules for sometime to come and it would take several years of eye tetnatio breeding to overstock the market lodging from the present demand for goodanimals In fact the markdt will not soon be overstocked with good horses and males It is overstock eel all the time with scrub animals eebut the farmer who has foresight enough to breed the draft type of mules for the northern trade will find his animals in good demand in that direction while the man who breeds mules ofa lighter type and finer bone but with plenty o substance will find them III good demand in the regions lying to the south The middle south is well adapt ed for the production of the class of horses and males that are in greatest demand at the preset time Are oar people fully alive to conditions as they exist today adventysitnationofSouthern Agriculturist SENTENCE SERMONS 11001y the heartless are hopeless Fruit Is the beat testimony asti root When luveahhurs It needs no over atseer ThetIs no joy galoe xcelJt wnere j oya given gracederealityliIttakes more than a bulldog to make an orcbad Creed wltbout Christ Ilia clmpis without a needle ThQllfe counts for JltUe tbatalways- coUntstbe cost A just manDev rfcarsas to the Jos flee otbls father The opportuol1y11I always ripe to themanwhq IsrtadyIA mans success depends uu what b dues with his failures SvlnlC toulll by sentiment Is lite tecdlog man flavor cbetkimayblive The olItnse ot the talUulls not DecI essull1 thedetense ot the faith olThe ascent ot man Is the result ot the descent of the Son ot moo It la easy w blackslldeelf lgu only hold pour neighbor by two lingers ofIt is agood thing to lose your teD e U It mesas the enlarglngot pour field Therelsno advertisement stn likes better that a halt hearted denunria- tlon When aman feels sorry for hlmselfl do191CItFUR SALE A good mil ch cow Calf d adiWM SAtLE ColumbiaKy ADAIR CIRCUIT COtfIiT Mary C Hudson Admrx c Plff against Robert Hudsonc DeftetPNOTICE I will on Monday July 9 ColumbiaKyseUcreditof six months a tract ofwand Qnetpaleramcs g the town of Columbia and known as ly landingmoreparticularjudgment rendered in above case CornrII FOR SALE4 good bed of tobacco plants variety RK yOUNG Columbis Ky For Sale Five pure bred O fournialesMRS J B COFFEY 4 Ct M WISEMAN 1 SON + JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Dealers In Diamonds and rrtGlous Stones 0eclal attention given to work an- all d ordereot goods lnouLllne137 W arket between 1st and 2nd OpotlteMus UallC OUISVILLE KENTUCKY COLUMBIA MARKET REPORTED BY SAM LEWIS Wool GreaRe clean 21 Washed Wool 27 Beeswax 22 Feathers 1pw 44 Old 10 to HidesGreets 0 5 Hides Dry lQ Ginseng 4 Spring Chickens 1 Old Hens Eggs 11 Guinea Eggs Gi Dried Apples 21 Yellow Roots 2td for revisintrwieklv yyxEjBIG FOUR is tofINDIANAPOLIS PEORIA CHICAGO I And rill points iuIndianna MohJan xtoV EU AND ija iOLE O NE1P BOSQW Q K iAudlal1oP int Easti Route or write to IFQur S r Gates 4thI t a p g mNit Louisville Ky CHEAP LANDS For Homeseekers and Colonies The country along the Cotton Belt Route in Southeast MIB80urliArkan sls Northwest Louisiana and Tens offers the greatest opportunities for Homeseekers Mild llmat good water cbeapjUlldlo materlglafiaod sacs ot tuelaodsoll t ilt will ten la a stogie seasonyleld enough to pay tor theground Load can be bought- as cheap as 8250 an acre p ralrie label at 84 and 86 per adreup bottom lapel t and 88 per acre up Improved or perecoloniestracts ot 2000 to ri000 acres at It S10 pe r blg money in this tor agood organizer Fruit and trkI tomatokacre up Wflte us for Intormat4on about cheap rates excursion datesal- so UteraturedescrlptlVQI this gnat cuotry andtlef usbeJpYQQ tJq4 a home thatwll costvDUao more than the rent you pay every year WLABEAIIN Gt tbttod B2ftt8onte SkLonls Ko THE FRUITOfyourfore sight nowWi may be gathered Just When you need itif- you take an Endowment in B rouNDLR r i tsJ JtiHYDE V7PRESJ Ii For full particulars regarding Eqllitabli Polcies apply to TANDY MURRAY Sprclal Agents D L TJlNDJ If S JlfURRJ1Y t IBliss Keitach J CUlupbellsville Ay W UNDERTAKERS SHOP AT Russell Springs Ky I have just opened an Undertakers Shop at Russell Springs I keep ready for use all kinds of COFFINS AND GASKETS which will be sol t prgfits Give me a call arid be onvmcedthstitwould- be to yourinterestto patronize my shop J E SNOW CHEAP RATESSQIITItWEST- Southern Missonn Arkansas J LtatanaaudTexaeH- omeseekers Opportunities Here your chance Very loa oneway and round trip rates Sonthwest this winterl1bout halt the regular fare tWIce a month nearby deter are Dec 15 1903 May 5 to Sept 2 and 19Qi Gocd time to visit South Louisianairon stopf9 ver on the going trip return lira it21 days Write and tell us your starting point and where you n t to go We will tell y exaotly what your ticket will cost one way or round trip we will see that your baggage is checked and that you are comfortably located JJ1 the right train Write for our il lstrated descriptive literature aganteihome in the country along the Cotton Belt Route Write today to L O Schaffer T P A Cotton Belt Route Ciuti O or- E La Beaume G P T A Cotton Belt RouteSt LoutsMo VETINERYSDRGEON Flstulo oeYI1lIpllntsJSIJIS via or any surjlcal work doneat fair prices 1 am tired to take care ot stock Special attention to eyes SD ORENS1t1tAW K mile from Cglgmlalaaa Dlaypolnt- meuiAddvertisein geNewsJ JlT IWiE E xr 11 Y 0 U BJSTTiES55y ALL H OM E PRINT 2100 Subscribers LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards OAVrLi4 Extra shipping U 80 Light shipping 4503 60 Best butchers f 4 OOl26 Fair to good bntchera 3 25375 Common to med u bt r 3263 75 h aoae Choice packinga4Rbutcb Ftoers200to300lblf 476 Fair to good packing 160 tto 2OOlbs 440 Good to extra light 1Wto- 160lbs 415- suExi AND rbua good to ext i shipping rooSheep 004 26 Fair to goodes 36Q5 Common tomedlunt200250 v r m71CiiCii7C7Cn71CiiiVPRES 1n v- v c W COLE MANAGER m New Farmers Home Hotel Jl tv 400 422 EAST MARKET STREET Above Preston Louisville Ky Ii oNro w7 J3est J5qulvt 100 pet Dap Uotel In the Unite States IIt w STREETCAR FACILITIES TO ALL PARTS OF CITY E 7nlui vNiw ww ww WWwt i DEHLER BROTHERS116 East Market StrcetJLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Carry All Heights In STOCK SEND AND PRICES iiLauapuut SUUAII ui It IIrltttSo JOHN L WHEtT r S6Gf6tafU anO Tr6a ur6r UTICA LIME COMPANY 7 INCORPORATED 421 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Lime Fire Brick Louivme Cement The Famous Black Diamond or other brands Fire lay Portland Cement Standard Brands American and Imported Sewer Pipe Plaster Paris Plastering Hair Eta Enquiries for prices invited Orders Promptly lrIlled t ijss iihM SPI iiCSM fioTE 1 J E HUMBLE PROP j Russell Springs le tuck j 1 + JTins Is ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS IN SOUTHEASTERN KENTUCKY The Rooms are Large Well Furnished and the Table Supplied With the iBest the Country Affords HEALTIICURING WATER LIVERY ATTACHED W P BRANDENBURG Jeweler e3e W Market LOUISVILLE KYr =o Full line of Watches Clocks Diamonds and Jev er Spectacles Silverware Etc Fine Wateh Repairing An Work Warranted DRESSED LUMBERThe undersigned proprietor ot the PlanlQg Mill located near Wm Open Gate Conoverdesire to say that ram ready to deliver aU kinds ot lumber In the town ot Columbia at the very oweStprlces y ROUGH LUMBER I also keep upon the yard a large supply ot undressed lumber which I will deliver upon the same terms AU lask Is to examtne my material and Ret my prices John W MQrrison DR JAMES MENZ1E8 Columbia y j i1 V 0FFIOE JEFFR1ES BLDG ROOM 6 OSTEOPTYC- onsultationl and E carnlnat on l = = Er ie tQ Q