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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r JfJt bair untJ Ntwfit VOLUME 7 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUTE 2V 1104 NUMBER 30 POST OFFICE DIRECTORY J RUSSELL POSTMASTER IL T BAKER DEPUTY POSTMASTER hours week days 3 m to 930 Ip COURT DIRECTORY Throo sessions yearThin Monday in January third Mondayin and third in September Circuit Judge1L Baker Commonwealths Attorney A Iluddlcrton Sheriff F W Miller Circuit ClerkJ F Neat First Monday in each month Judge T A MurrelL County Attorney Jas Garnett Jr 6 ClerkT R Stints JallerJ K P Conover AssessorE W Burton Surveyor R T McCaffree School SuptW D Jones Coronerc RusselL Crrr Resular court second Monday in each month Judce Jas Eubank- AtlomeyGonIon Montgomer- yMarshaLG T Flowers Jr CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN Rev W C Clemens 7pastor Services second and fourth Sundays each month Sunday at 93 m every Sabbath Prayermeetinc every Wednesday night 1METHODIST E Lewis vaster services tlret and third Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 3 m Prayer tncctlnc Thursday night BAPTIST Rev J P Scruggs pastor FIrst and third Sundays in each month Sunday every Sabbath at 3 m PraycrmccUns Tuesdaynight CHRISTIAN PIKEW It Wright pastor Services First Third and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 nighttt LODGES 1MASONICNo F and A Rcgnlar 4meeting in their hall over bank on Friday Right on or before the full in each month Montgomery W James Gamett Jr Secretary Cu R A No meets Friday night after full Horace Jeffrie IL P W W Bradshaw Secretary THE JackofallTrades HEPumps Water Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery I He Is Running the Press i For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars 1callon or address I FairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY W F JEFFRIES SON Agt i408WMARKET EDDLEI IiN ST LOUISVILLEI SOLE AGENT FOR MILLERS HATS SOLE AGENT FOR YOUMANS HATS COMPLETE LINE JOHN B STETSON HATS Stone Stone j AttorneysAtLawi JAMESTOWN KENTUCKY 0Will practice in the courts in this und ad joining counties r o Special attontihn given nollectinne Now is the time to subscribe for th Adaiit County News Both papers sixmonths for 60 cents ILocal News Marshal T R Morrison reached Co iumbia Monday Wm Francis will open school at Mill town next Monday Talmage Smith sold L V Hall a lotI on Greensburg road for 300 Born to the wife of Gco Coffey June 27 1901 a daughter weight 8 pounds Mr Jo Page of Gainesville Texas arrived Monday to visit relatives in this cityLOSTBoys coat between Colum bia and Campbellsville Fred Clemens Columbia Ky Greensburgand Columbia base ball teams meet at the former place next Saturday For SaleA 4yearold heifer strip per 2 yearling heifer calves and one 4 months old bull all short horn E L Feese All who are in need of glasses will do well to call on S N Hancock at The worknMiss Nannie Rowe who has been vis iting Mr Talmage Smith and family returned to Rowena last week She was accompanied by Mr Smithand wife There will be an old folks singing conducted by Joel A Darnell and J N Coffey at Smiths chapel the fourth Sunday in July Bring Harp of Colum bia and Pentacostal Hymns No LOSTA red leather pocketbook size 8 by 1 The book was lost on the picnic grounds at Tampico The finder will be rewarded Leave at this office or with G R Holt Campbellsville LOSTA pair of gold spectacles in case last Saturday June 25 between Creelsboro and Rowena I will pay a reward to the finder Talmage Smith Columbia Ky A company known as The Adair County Oil Company was organized in Jamestown New York last week The company proposes to begin operations in Adair county at once provided they can get leases sufficient There is not a local man who is a member of the company The Institute opened last Monday and the following teachers were enrolled Robert Dohoney Bertha Hamilton Noah Loy Ella Rose J H Nell F G Gabbert Maggie Walker Irene Yates Lena Powell Lavia Taylor Nannie Rowe Mary Coffey Ethel Conover Bessie Walker Maud Coffey Byron Montgomery Annie Bradshaw Stella Conover Wm Francis Sue Baker Liz zie Hurt Estelle Willis Wm McCub bins Annie Montgomery Lena Todd Mrs Mary T Harvey Jas Garnett Hattie Bradshaw L F Holladay An nie Kinnaird Cortez Sanders F A Strange Annie Wheat C E Willis A 0 Young Vina Royse Mary Todd P T Cooley Pearl Breeding C W Young Plato Wade L Y Gabbert S P Stapp Cora Reynolds E A Mor gan Laura Rosenbaum Hiram Cono ver Mattie Stapp Ferrest Bradshaw J N White Mrs W L Russell Vie Murrah J V Dudley W S Sinclair Minnie White Wallace Beard E A Strange Pinkie Jeffries Claudie Walk er Mollie Faulkner Oscar Sinclair Min nie Kemp Nora Bradshaw Flora Pow ell Peter Conover Carrie Harmon Mrs Rose Price Ella Dohoney Emma Strange Pearl Hindman Hallie Cun diff Jessie R A Epperson Olie Taylor Bertha Collins Clara Gar nett Fannie Smythe E G Hardwick G B Yates W II McCaffree Ben Jeffries EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE BIG STONE Gar VA 6271904 Dear News Not many years ago this was the center of great activity It was the place where gigantic schemes were formed and mil lions of money spent Its future was as bright as the imaginary picture that appears to the thirsty traveler on the great Sahara desert Inthose days the looney boomy days of 1889 and 1900 the average fellow could see a fortune staring him in the face a great city coming out of a sedge field a beautiful Hat of land soon to be covered by magnificent dwellings large business houses and various manufacturing plants In fact a wilderness was to blossom as a rose and wealth theewereso for trioemost things that charm aria f nate in this material world that t picture began to disappear just at the time when its realization was expected The bud that promised to unfold a beautiful flower was plucked by the hand of indiscression and buried in the ruins of indifference We have heard the destiny theory presented we have vainly watched for the turning point when the development of the mineral o this section would leak out growthand expansion of the business interests and values in this city but the snails gait has ina measure marked the pro gress of improvement Wo do not mean to draw a picture of despair of this municipality bu merely point the condtionsand- the sidetracking opportunities that would have resulted in the realization of its brightest pic ture Today Big Stone Gap is a substantial town of over 2500 people whose citizenship is equal to any place in all the country It has a graded public school with over 400 students five or six churches and not a saloo within 60 miles Water works electric lights a dummy stree- railway and several miles of gradedstreets Some of them as fine dwellings as can be found in any small town or even cities and its business houses are strictly substantial Its growth i slow but steady which is no due to the lack of resources or geographical position for it is the only desirable point in a area of mountainous country o 50 miles square where a modern city could be built Its supply of water is ample to meet the re quirements of a i million people its location is all that could be desired yet in the face of all the advantages of location of a healthy climate and immense timber arid mineral resources with two railways it is far behind its possibilities and which should have been its realities The greatest mistake the one that changed the tide was made by the town company in 1889 when reasonable concessions were de nied the railroad companies whose lines were to reach this place The town company accepted the theory that certain things would be done by the railroads that a union depot would be built and that theL N N W and Va S W would all pull under its sheds as this was the place called for in the charters of said roads but the unexpected happened a deal was made and the connection was effected 13 miles east of here Since that time Big Stone Gap passed through a fearful depres sion the result of extreme wild cat speculations and for six or eight years it was the dullest place in all the country and only within the last three years it has been coming to the front Several substantial industries of large ca pacityhave been secured and are operatingthe good of the town and the parties owning them The U S Government is soon to erect a 12500000 courthouse here and other enterprises are almost in sight Again the growth of ihis place has been delayed by the activity in coal and coke properties a few miles distant which drew the capitalists and most en terprising citizens of the town It is unfortunatefor the town tha outside property shouldreceive the attention of the most progres sive and wealthy indivinuals o this place but seems to have been fortunate for the parties themselves Just now the building of an electric line from Big Stone Gap to four or five of the mos flourishing mining centers covering a distance of 10 to 15 miles is being agitated by the people of Big Stone Gap This would be a highly profitable investment an a reclaim the town from the firs and most serious mistake There is not a doubt about the final outcome of this cityand within a few more years itwill as originally predicted become the metropolis of the mountains Indifference to opportunities has wrecked and retarded development in many shouted e of Marion Taylor and Adair counties who now have ah opportunity that may never be presented again if we allow it to fail CSH ELECT PRINCIPAL The principal Mid fmsluess manager of the LindsayWilson training school of Columbia Ky were elected ytster day at a meeting of tbe Educational Board of tbe Luuisville Conference meetftel Prof S L Fmirte of Frankfort being elected principal and the Rev C R Payne business inanacvr Three members of last year1 faculty were reelected but none of tint names of the teachers will be announced until the entire list is detlul tely sottled The board settled also a number of ques whichtsummer months and the policy to be followed during the next year The school which was made possible by a request of Mrs Catherine Wilson has just closed Its first year which was successful in every way The enroll trout was shoos 225 pupils and the number grew toward the close of the year The plant which was entirely new was found to be well adapted to the demands which were made upon and a bright future is expected by nthe board which controls Jt Prof wastthe city schools at Fcaiikfort Ky The members of tb award who were present at yesterdays meeting are Dr II W Browder of Bowling Green president Dr W F Llod of Bowl log Green secretary the Rev A P Drtthe Louisville district J R Hlud man of Columbia former Lseutenant ofntitfyule While the board of the Louisville Conference has no jurisdiction in gard to the fund btqucalhed fur educational purposes b y Mrs Fannie Speed the members arc greatjy Interested and Mr Chandler said last night There is no doubt that negotiations are pending to unite that fuud with the Kcntucdy Wesleyan College or Winchester but as yet 1 believe them to be In a very etude thape 1 hup they will be successfully carried out however as 1 believe it would be a great thing for the entire State CourierJournal H AS 10OIl AS JOBS TURKEY Mr Chas E Suirg of Henderson wants ty know the orgln of the saying As poor as Jobs turkey A version of it that is at least seventylive years old is that uhcut forty years before that In Virginia one Job Leavitt was possessed of a solitary turkey Job was a man who left every thing on his place frhllt for itself A parly of roy stere were camping on a small stream near his home and decided that they wanted a turkey to replenish their larder as they spent too much time drinking to provide themselves with game which was the orjectof the ex pedition When the turkey was sug Bested one of tbe crowd suggested that they steal Leavltla solitary fowl Another who knew Job and Ins habits proposed another rust some distance away and when asked his icasons for wanting the Leuvitt furl spared said Why Jobs turkey is sn dd poor that be has to lean up against the coup to gobble The facility with smart or catchy sayings passed into proverbs in those days iusrued the life of this one and it has been current ever since O weusboro Enquirer ANOTHER TUB S TOIi A pi culiar case has tint liitHuied iu tUticouit4ifvesturn Nt s Yrk A roan has surd awoman fur 82 dam ages alleging that sh M gK iliiwso hard she broke his rb U was iu a photographic dark Unnu that the strenuous hugging occurred A red thrdeveloptmineglow was responsible for the rib breaking embrace is not stated At combineftenderness In the mind or the lady that nothing but Kiucczmg wotill relieve her plot up emotions and the man had to sut for the consequences As a result liVe Adamton woman Most wen would be willing to undergo almost anything bUTa broken neck fort hug like that What is a were rib compared to such a genuine hurst of afiectlon And Ju a red light totI A uudertrepresentative of Ijls A jury that would assess damages in this case de serves to go hugless all its days Such dclrserves to be rewarded out punished For SaleA good cow fine stock also 3 head of work horses S D Crcnshaw Columbia Ky J Mr T W Wheat Tarter has four 2 yearold steers for sale WOULDNT PAY THE FREIGHT That John D Rockefeller Jr It close Is well demonstrated by the fol lowing story which is said to be abso lutely true- Young Rockefeller wanted a safe for his wifes jewelry and he wrote toa well known firm and asked them to notify him when tUfhad a nice safe on hand In a few days Mr Rucke feller received word tbat the firm had a safe that they thought would suit him He made an appointment and went to see the safe the next day Tbesafe was a beauty and Mr Rockefeller ap peared to be well pleased with it How much is 1I11 be inquired Two hundred and fifty dollars Mr Rockefeller thought for a minute and then asked to see some other safes lie was shown through the building arid after asking many ques thins as to prices he bought uric that cost How will we ship It Mr Uoeku feller the clerk said That depends What will it cos to send It to my home at Tarrytowu Fifteen dollars Mr Rockefeller ain did some more thinking and then said Well you may keep it here a few days Our wagon will be down shortly and I will have it call for the safe NAMED J1Y THE PEOPLE The delegations of Texas and Louis lana are now added to those of new York Indiana Connectcut Tennessee Georgia and Mississippi with Instructions to vote for the nomination of Judge Alton B Parker so ling as hi name Is before the convention The Alabama and South Carolina platforms declare their preference for him over vn other man The Virginia dole a tion though uniustruuUd Is made up almost without exception of Parker men led by Senator Daniel The Fiorlda delegation stands seven to three in his favor The Kentucky delegation is a Parker delegation iu everything but instructions With North Carolina the only Southern State to hear from It waYbe said without exaggeration that tbe solid South with New York Cojnecttcut and Indiana asks the convention will doubtless grant The South has no favorite son to put forward for the presidential nomination no sectional policy it desires to see put into tiltct its will and desire is the good and the success of the Democratic party Its vote will be east for Judge Parker jn tbe stile ground that his Democracy is unquestioned and that his strength before the ueope is greatest The choice has been made after a full survey of the field of candidates and a careful consideration of all the ele ments that enter into the problem The boom fur Judge Parker has dime from t be people and not from the politicians Between this wan aud the Democrat- Ic masses there is a common faith The South stands ready to support the nominee of the St Louis convention be he who he may but her first love aud her most willing service have been given to Judge Parker Joined to the wish of the South is that of New York a State essential to Democratic success and tbat of Indiana aud Connecticut whose electoral votes lost to Mr Roosevelt will lead inevitaby to his defeat The expression in every State that Democrats can reasonably hope to carry with the exception of there committed to a complimentary vote fur favorite suns on the first bal lot is foi Judge Parker Louisville Tunes RCE GAMBLING Thy U v Dr nillls quotes a West ern Judge who declares that ninety per ant fhe sudden tutttaksrfc- mbryatetu us is r uahle to b s hI t tll g oi the rm e Tin chief detective nt N w Y rk saysthsir Viiitytivn icr cent tf Mu criminal that cumu ru re blur arc nude criminal by race track bet tliik A buy too ar twelve years od was arrested iu brcawo rhtrufd with foictjly robblnga child f a small sum of money lie explained to tilt lixUt that lie wai d the money to bot tit the races as the other buys were doing It would out have occurred to him o turn blghwHynitiii almost in Ills iii fancy but for the fact that c raln respectable gcutlein u run a gau bllog dive at tlC races in orler to pay the expenses of their ioWe spft1How long will the State toll rule this criminal condition nf affairs ihs f rear violation of the state constitu thin How long will a few rich men and a large crowd of blacklegs who waot tufc excitement of gambling bepereittn d to manufacture criuilualsby tin whole saleHow long will It bt before Judge of character and courage will do to our local race tracks what a Judge of New Jeney dliLtu the gam bhng houses ot Lotik Brauch cl se them all up tierufauenily Suave men say they do not joio a church because churches have raaiybypucrltesfurgettulof o thrlar t that there are more hypocrites uuad ot a church than inside TUPERtfLOUT HITTORY The family consider it line ihiu when yuuiix JttU Run n wig sent to Korea lo represent tilts priocipe dally paper in tab Htate Iliereattvtb gave him much advice numy pariiuv iojunctiui and ouuitrout kt poake Just before John started f r tbe train his statoly old g randfa her said in h t deep sonorous voice which alaumade everything doubly loipresiur My buy remember that you are going to make history That the tcdowntit history of this war between Rus sia and Japrn w weigh your word well All the members of the family wen tearful at the moment of Johns dc parturt but smalt Katherine cgec ten wept souproarouslj that the otn attemptingDout cry dear comforted ocr older sister John is such a cjuticu okay that hell be sure to take good care of himself abouttthat horrid old history that hes gooe to make Theres mute hh t tj now Wan I can everlearn New York Tribune FUR 8ALR A good milch cow Calf dead SALLEEColumbia C M WiSEUJUi A SOl + JEWEL BKS read OPTICIAKSD- eaforain Dbnonds and ens leas Static 0eelal attention iflri to work and all urdenof goods In onr line 132 West Market between Igt and Bad gpeite Mak flail UUIHVILr4i SEYTlTf H The Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company has made a very desirable change in its policies Heretofore a holder could surrender his policy at the expiration of the first ten years and at the end of every five years eiving cash value for the same The change made gives the holder the right to surrender at the end of every five years receiving cash value The Con necticut Mutual is the best dividend paying company in the United States and conducts its business upon economi cal principles For further informa tion see JE MURRELL hasttepnvuitm o the Philippines harborPat cleAr d of obstructions W H HILL 1 1 = Hardwarei Screen Doors AC U 1 134 W Market 1 Louisville Kentucky IE Wilmore Hotel aWGradyviUe Kentucky stopthanGood sample rooms and a firstclass Feedstableo S GRADY IC DENTIST n 0 r toCIAL attention given to Gold York Fill ocr Crown and Bridge tJINOTICE WE ARE NOW READY ANY KIND of Blackamithuur honwhodnK and wool work kinds of Buggy Carriage sad Wagon Repdring We are aleo pteyarel to apply all kinds deew KUIIDEUTIKC We keep a stock of the beat malarial and rc pain Work done at our shoplia guaranteed In workmanship and price Shop Ioe Ion depot street near Main Given a CLAKK k PARSON CampbenovUIe Ky Mar lly + t e 6oo ae wart to a fBuy Too1 X At my factory on Greasy Creek t tvdlte My machinery is in excellent s pbtreatment E L REESEo DRESSED BUILDING LUMBER TfUiT BJ OS F I- C0LYML BIA KENTUOKVJ Theaandersigned have just put in new machinery and are ready to fifrnislvali kinds of dressed building material at the lowest possi ble figures L SpecialturOFFICE ON SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE THE SAME OLD STAND PHONE 43 X L HITJST EDVVIN sIT3P T- siOOOoFor Subscribers to the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Two Estimates allowed on Bach yearly subscription The St Louis Worlds Fair is now open to the public since April 30 We invite estimates on the recorded admissions for Monday August i i 1904 For nearest correct estimates of the admissions on that day as will announced officials of the Louisiana Purchase farExpositionthe Weekly Enquirer 10000 as follows To the ono estimating Nearest to tho correct number v 550000p 100000ToSecondTo Third Nearest 60OOO To Fourth Nearest 2500O To Fifth Nearest 15OOO To Nest 310 Nearest 1000 each 310000 As announced in Weekly Enquirer See that paper for particulars j use the coupon there printed or send for blanks All estimates received after midnight of July 3 tI904 will be rejected and subscription money returned to the sender figures to guiilo you will bo printed in Daily and Weekly Enquirer often as obtainable 100 for a years subscription to the Cincinnati 1Weekly Enquirer entitles the subscriber to TWO ESTIMATES Send for sample copy of Weekly Enquirer blanks etc etc 1IBEUAI TEU3IS TO AGENTS The Enquirer Profit Sharin g Bureau PO Box 716 Cincinnati 0 es e ht dnh Vouuty tll1 Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair county News So KMCORPOKtATKI C0AS S HARRIS Editor newspaper devoted to tho Interests of the city of Columbia and the people of dal and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Fostoflicc as second class mall matter WED JUNE 29 1904 Mr Roosevelt will be notified of his nomination July 27 Wonder if he will accept The Republican Congressional primary will be held the 9th of August Three of the candidates will speak here next Saturday afternoon Mr Bryan may fool the Democratic party but every move he has made lately indicates that he will bolt the St Louis convention Six million or more peop followed him to defeat twice an he should now willingly support the choice of the party The Kentucky delegation to the Chicago National conventional did themselves shame if the daily papers reported them correctly It is said that they called upon Governor Durbin of Indiana and expressed appreciation for the protection of fugitive W S Taylor The Democratic National Convention will be held at St Louis one week from today It would be merely guess work to say who will be nominated Judge Parker is far in the lead but in a convention a candidate who starts in with a few votes frequently comes out on top There will be a meeting of the Republican district committee at Barbourville next Thursday for the purpose of levying the assessment for the Republican primary and to look after some other important matters Hon M Rey Yarberry is the Committeeman of Adair and he will be in attendance The Republicans in their National convention held at Chicago last week nominated Theodore Roosevelt for President and Chas W Fairbanks of Indiana for Vice President The nominations were a foregone conclusion and there was but little enthusiasm in the convention The resolutions adopted is the same old rot 1 The last Legislature passed an act which went into effect a few days ago that every piece of ne gotiable paper is due and payable at the time fixed therein without giving the debtor three days of grace as heretofore If the day of maturity falls upon Sunday on a legal holiday the instrument is payable on the next succeeding business day Days of grace have already been abolished in many of the states A negro delegate to the Chicago convention said We drink white mens whisky eat white mens food and sleep in white mens beds and why shouldnt we We have to vote for wh it mens candidates The negro formed a considerable percentage of the delegates and everyone of them thought he was a Dr Crum It was natural that Mra Roosevelts colored friends should overdo matters at Chicago but the man who is hurt the most the President The best elemci of the Republican party is tired of Roosevelts negro policy Under the rules adopted by the StateDemocratic Convention new county committeemen will elected the third Saturday in November after the Presidential election This gives the old co conductingthe old committee will not call allY more primaries or conventions as the rules provide that nomina tions shall not be made earli erfor than November The new committees chosen next Novemb will call all local primariespr con ventions where nominations have c not already been made Those made will stand It will take 663 votes to nomi note in the national Democrrtic convention which meets at St Louisville Wednesday of next week There will be 994 votes in the convention and the uninstructed and the instructed votes are as follows Uninstructed 460- r v270ForEorCockrell 3 For Olney 3 For Wall 2 For Gray 6 To defeat a nomination it wi take 332 votes From these figures it will be readily seen that no candidate has a cinch on the nomination The Monticello paper is ve iYed much mistaken when it says th Judge Cress was defeated for State Central Committeeman by the antiBeckham men Mr Garnett was a warm supporter of Governor Beckham on every proposition and every delegate who voted for Mr Garnett was strict ly for the Administration Judge gentlemadn f his defeat being truthfully attributable to the better management of Mr Garnett and Mr Garnetts friends There is noth ing else to it A dispatch from New Chwang to a London paper says a Russian force was ambushed by Japanese artillery nine miles southeast Kalchou on June 19 and that Russians lost 1200 men Th report is not confirmed officially or otherwise A report has reached Tokio that two Russian torpedo boat destroyers and a steam were sunk by mines at the en trance to the harbor of Port Ar thur Other news from the F- East ar relates principally to min aUIthorities Liao Tung peninsula The following important Cal net changes were officially an nounced at the White House Saturday by President William H Moody to succeed C Knox as Attorney Paul Morton of Illinois to Secretary of the Navy and Victor H Metcalf of California succeed Geo B Cortelyou as Secretary of Commerce and labor The most noted members oft Kentucky delegation at Chita towit A E Wilson Leslie Combs W 0 Bradley and Jo W Yerkes did not call upon Gov Durbin and thank him for barb ing W S Taylor The sentence of Erasmus Moody of color sent up from Louisville for life was commuted while Mr Thorne was acting Governor so his term would expire the 15th of July Personal reasons are assigned for the act orIt was the thirteenth patio I Republican convention that nominated Roosevelt If the Pre dent is superstitious he will an uneasy man until after t November election Judge W S Stone of Mon cello has been nominated by the Prohibitionists of this district for Congress He has accepted and willmake a canvass esA Tammany leader is report to asked Mr Francis Pr expositionfoe in me candidate for the Presidency At the meeting of the State Bar Asssociation just closed inred Kelleyntesi dent and R A McDowell of Louisville Secretary WEBBS X ROADS beWheat harvest is in full blast and is a great deal better than people thought it was going to be GmMcKiifflEy to the widow Mary E Montgomery of Joppa on the 21st Several from here attended court at has 75 barrels of corn sale at 3 The corn is at J I Cra sawmillerG W Brown has been at the bedside of his sick mother r GRADYVILLE Mr J Q Alexander the dry goods man of wellknownI with our merchants W L Grady spent a day in James town last week Farmers are harvesting their wheat and report a good quality Creed Haskins and Will Lyon Cam bellsville called 6h our merchants week Rev Jas Debord is holding a meet ing at Russell Springs J T Hamilton an uptodate farmer 6of Nell transacted business here Fri 2W W Bradshaw of Columbia was here Thursday in the interest of t railroad IH A Walker wife and daughter of Columbia visited the family of L C Hindman last Wednesday Bridgewater Bros Greensburg were here last week buying hogs at 3J Rev J P Scruggs of Columbia fill his regular appointment Saturday atand Sunday with interesting sermons G Yates of East Fork is here under treatment of Dr L C Nell for a can cer and is getting along nicely Mesdames G H Nell anu Sis Patter son have been on the sick list Mrs W M Wilmore visited her mother at Bliss Monday Mr Ed Yates who has been in busi ness at Atlanta Ga for several months is at home on a visit Miss Bessie Walker visited the Misses Caldwell at Portland last week Geo Staples deputy sheriff washer c Thursday collecting taxes Mrs Walker who has been sick al the home of Mrs Holladay at Joppa returned home Friday much improved W R Myers of Columbia passed through here Friday on his return from Glasgow accompanied by the Misses Tennhesses and Irene Yates 15two of our accomplished young ladies spent Friday in Columbia We had a fine rain Friday and farmers finished transplanting tobacco rWe have had several cases of flux a mild form in this community Mrs Helen Wilmore visited relatives here last week OrAirs H C Walker was on the sic list last week daughteheWalker Thursday refldwellt TePbebepcot0pie ia R L Caldwell sold a milch cow a hog to Logan Sherril for 45 beest h whitgbrought him the sum of 924 44 This 1crop of tobbacco was raised by Mr Stephens and his three sons This cer countorwe put our shoulders to the wheel Mr informed your reporter that he has out 13 acres which are sold at the same price 10 per hundred If we had more tobocco raisers of this kind we would have more money in this section JOPPA Farmers are busy wheat harvesting Z M Staples of Columbia was he last week buying timber ialairs J W Walker who has ben sick is sicb1ek heAfiss Nannie L Willis visited her grandfather Wm Conover last week 01lThe Sundayschool at Zion is progressing nicely Mr Wm Conover who has been sick for some time is improving slowly r edMrs J P Willis visited her sister Walker Thursday e5Mr Allen Walker of Columbia was here last week buying sheep at3i to 4J There is a two year old stray heifer on my farm been there severalmonths The owner can have her by paying for keeping and this notice She is dark with brindle stripes of2t S A Hatcher NEW UNDERTAKERS SHOP AT Springs Ky I have just opened an Undertakers Shop at Russell Springs I keep read for use all kinds of COFFINS AND CASKETS which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to yourinterest topatronize myshop J E SNOW i DRESSED LUMBERThe undersigned proprietor of the Planing Mill located near WmOpen Gate Conoveiydeslre to say that I amI ready to deliver all kinds of lumber In the town o Columbia at the very lowest prices ROUGH LUMBER- I termsaalso keep the yard a large supply of undressed All I ask Is to examine my material and get my prices John W Morrison het t Wm MOHLEMAMP r r o 0West HOME PHONE 4799 KY Manufacturer G and Dealer TELEPHONES S ND ELECTRICAL 354 W Jefferson Telephone KY W T PYNE PREST FRED W A TREAS 1861INCORPORATED W PYNE Mill and MILLWRIGHTS AND Jobbing Work Solicited New and Iron and Tank Work No 1301 Sis REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY LOUISVILLE HARDWARE SADDLES IMPLEMENTS TWINe MOWERS DEERING AND f BIN FIELD DRILLSh 0EMPIRE SHOE SUPERIOR Disc yPLANTERS FRIEND AND HAWKS CULTIVATORS o NEW WESTERN LITTLE JOKER AND BUCKEYE HARNESSre Hanjessmaker REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE 739 HERMflN 985 T ucsheet Main 0 VULCAN PLOWS ARE THE BEST WAGONS o OLD HICKORY AND TENNESSEE FARM WAGO- NSFERTILIZER 0GLOBE AND NATIONAL NONE BETTER We can please you in anything needed in our line Call on us Wm F JEFFRIES SON Columbia Ky f THE MAECDM HOTEL iCOLUMBIA KY O iJf IS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN Architecture containing 35 new neat and well ven tilated r9oms It is nicely furnished conveniently ilocated and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky tAccommodations equal to the best city hotels Three good sample rooms for commercial men i r M Ha MARCUM 000 Propri Telephone 5691Long Distance Main i3p7 THE NEVITT HOTEL American and European Plan HOTELYTheatrical Headquarters 523 WESS MARKET STREET Between Fifth and Sixth U Q KyPROPIIETORS WILL YOU BUILD rl 7X HOUSE OR PORCH If so come and see our material Good dry stock of weatherboarding ceiling flooring base casings mouldings etc Turned porch posts 90 cents Balusters 4 cents Brackets 5 cents Porch rail 2c INewels 50 cents Everything well seasoned finishedand ready for delivery at lowest prices PILE BROS Columbia Kentucky J G B no NINO R P BROWNING BROWNING BROS COLUMBIA LIVERYMEN Splendid Vehicles first class team safe driver Our Stable at all ttmos is well stocked with prnvonder Your trade licited Entrance Water Street Stow outfits for all purposes PATTERSON HOTEL J JK7VfSTOS lS KY g f Nobotter place can be found than at the above named hotel s now elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied with ho best the market affords Feed Stable in connection J B PATTERSON 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- tBrOsHllDDllCll 524526528 WI Market St LOUISVILLE KY VOODSON LEWIS JAS 0 LEWIS 1100 509 Lewis 8 Bro ARE NOW RECEIVINIIFour 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 carloans of TwoHorso Cultivators Tongue and Tongueless Walking and Ridinr 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 Newswhen you write WOODSON LEWIS BROIJ Qreensburg1 Kentucky FIFTH JtY6NUE HOTEL I Jf fJJ STREETSi 0 LOU V1L IE 4F6FF- Rofurn4eQ td and Remodeled A Flrstclnse Hotel at PoP iToeH Oon venlent to Wholesale and Retail 0Districts Churches and Theatres 0 p i Pike Campbell Get SchenCk Asst rJfJrr 000000000Pickett Ti INDEPENDENT doPROPRIETORS Cor Eighth and Main Streets KVWfour Months Storage Free i r I PERSONAL MENTION Mrs Lora Gowdy is VIsiting in C0 lumbia Mr W T Pric was in Campbells yule one day last week Sir W R Lyon CampbellsviUe was soliciting orders here last Friday J Mrs Lucy Fouls and children will turn from a visit at Bliss this week Prof M O Winfrey was in Columbia last Sunday nroute for Lebanon 1Mr W R Myers and his son Fred and daughter Myrtle visited in Glasgow last week Mr J W Cherry representing the Bowling Green business college is in town this week W A Coppage who travels for St ter Bros was in this city soliciting ders last Friday Mr J H Chew of BurksviUe the well knownstave man was in Colum bia last Friday Mrs G W Redman of Campbells vine spent last week with her sister Mrs J O Russell Misses Bertha and Lelia Rodgers t of Dixon Tenn are visiting the family of Mr W R Myers Mr G W Redman of Campbells viUe spent Sunday in Columbia and companied his wife home Monday Mrs Kizzie Murrell who returned from Nell a few days ago reports that her father Mr W L Walker is in very critical condition Mrs Tim C Collins who was taken violently ill last week while visitin near Montpelier recovered sufficiently to return home last Friday r W S Knight Deputy Collector of the Second district and A G Jones of Jamestown were at the meeting of c0 lumbia Lodge No 96 last Friday night Exsheriff J W Hurt was in James town last week a witness in the cas of the State against F L Selby who was acquitted of the charge ofreckless shooting Hon Geo Nell was called to Louis ville last Wednesday a dispatch stat ing that his wife was dangerously ill A later message stated that there had been a change for the better Dr C M Russell who has been in Louisville with Mrs Geo Nell return ed home Friday morning When he left the city the prospects for Mrs Nells recovery were quite favorable The Misses Rodgers Dickson Tenn will spend a few days visiting at Mill town and Keltner after which they will return to Columbia and remain a week or two with the family of Mr W R Myers Miss Annie Eubank who visited her sister Miss Julia at Hopkinsville re turned home last Wednesday She states that Miss Julia is well pleased with her position and that she will reach home on a visit in August Mr Frank W Cox of Campbells ville a young man who by fair dealing has built up a large trade for the f house he represents was in Columbia OBryaniI overalls Mrs B F Tupman who lives on Green river has been in a very critical condition for some time A number of physicians met at her home last week for the purpose of performing an opera L tion but upon examination they cluded it best not to do so at that time If Mrs Tupman gains strengthshe will probably undergo an operation in three or four weeks Mr Chapman Dohoney who has been living in McKinney Texas for three years is spending ten days with his friends in Adair county The object of his visit is to buy a farm and make a business in his native county but he is a little fearful that he will fail to make a deal land being out of sight lie likes Texas but has a longing for his old Kentucky home Prof A L Peterman who is con ducting the institute is perhaps the most widely known gentleman in Ken tucky though for the past seven years I he has been a citizen of Nashville Tenn He has been in every county in Ken tucky but two lecturing 1nd conducting institutes He is a polished gentleman a classical scholar and as an instructor has no superior While a resident of r Kentucky he took considerable interest in politics serving his district as State Senator He has met many old friends in Columbia all of whom were glad to see him c LOCAL JOTTINGS School will open in the upper district July 5th- White Duck hats for midsummer at Mrs Bradshaws Columbia Chapter No7 will mec t next Friday night I The institute is being held at the Lindsey Wilson college The institute is in session and Colum bia is full of Adair county teachers Great preparations have been made for a Fourth of July celebration at the Russell Springs fiftyMasonslumbia Lodge No 96 We the guarantee committee for the LindsayWilson Training School still owe 87988 All persons owing to same are urgently requested to settle at once by paying to N M Tutt Tre- urer as By order of Committeod Peterman at the courthouse Thurs day night Tickets for sale at the store of Beck Strange lMrs Williams the mother of Curd and Bob Williams who removed from Dunnville to Williamsburg a few years ago died last week There will be a meeting of Columbia Lodge No 96 this Wednesday night for the purpose of conferring the third degree A full attendance is desired The school in East Columbia District will begin Monday July 4th This school will be taught by Mrs Mary T Harvey the wellknown teacher of this place The time for settlement has arrived All persons owing me notes or accounts will please call and pay as I need the amounts due me raTE PAULL At a meeting of the Epworth League last Thursday night Miss Katie Mur tell was selected as the delegate to the State Convention which is to held in Owensboro in August Mr and Mrs J B Coffey threw openI the doors of their new dwelling to the young people of Columbia last Wednes day night A large number gathered and spent several hours very pleasant ly Mr Fountain Selby who was one of the participants in a fight at Russell Springs Fair last year and who was indicted for reckless shooting was tried in the Russell circuit court last week and acquitted apromgyoung man died on the 10th of June He was a person for whom every body had the utmost respect his death casting a gloom over the entire neighborhood Elsewhere ip this paper will be found the action of the Board in securing theecoming term Our people restained as business manager As the season is so far advanced we have made a great reduction in prices of hats so please give us a call and get a bargain Mrs Tim Bradshaw Miss Effie Bradhaw J From Maj J B Merwin St Louis MoI never heard anything better and have heard all the great lecturers of the last quarter centuryincluding Beecher Dickens and Artemus Ward G At the court house Thursday night There is scarcely a day but we are asked will we have a Fair this year We do not know but our opinion is that there will be no fair Our people want to raise 50000 for a railroad and if they do that it will be as much as can be expected in one yearIMiss Eddie Compton who was a sisv ter of attorney J W Compton died at Edmonton last week The deceased was wellknown to a number of Colum- bians She was a writer of some notpil having contributed articles to a number of the leading magazines John Rexroat of color and his wife Millie got into trouble on the pike last Saturday night and John received a severe cut upon the arm inflictedwith a knife Dr U L Taylor dressed the wound John vowed tbat he would never again live with Millie but you cannot always tell Mr C C Stephens one of Adair countys best farmers and the most extensive tobacco grower in his neigh borhood weighed his last years crop to Mr Ben Wilson of Green county a few days ago It brought him 92470 He has twelve acres set for this season and the plants are growing nicely At June examination for applicants to teach common schools in Adair coun ty fifteen papers were examined with the following results Secondclass certificates four There were no first 11Ithardest examination ever presented toJ Adair county teachers The wind and rain storm which passa ed over Adair county late Friday afternoon did considerable damage to wheat and forward corn In some portions of the county many trees were uprooted lJweretelephone wires broken in severalI places Alvin Burton a boy about 14 years olda son of Mr J E Burton was drowned in Green river near PluniE Point last Friday He was in bathing with a number of other boys and gett ting into deep water crampedand c could not be rescued by his playmates Isis untimely death was a serious blowJ to his parents There was some disgraceful conduct at Jamestown last Monday night Atnumber of parties living out of towntfilled themselves with coffin and undertook to takethe city Pistols and guns were fired and for a few min utes it was dangerous for a peaceable man to be safe Four of the disturbers werQ locked up and Tuesday about six teen were indicted Rev Geo O Barnes goes from Jamestown to Albany and from Albany to Burksville and from the latter place he comes to Columbia He preaches seven sermons at a place and will there fobmach our town in about two weeks heard him at Jamestown We understand that he preaches the same old story God is love and nothing else JIELLGRISSOM- Yesterday morning at 10 oclock at the home of the brides mother Bliss Ky Rev A L Mel a prominent Methodist Minister who has been o the Gradyville work for the past two years was married to Miss Lena Gris som a very deserving young lady andI who has been a popular teacher of Adair county for several years The ceremony was performed by Pre siding Elder S G Shelley in the presence of a large circle of relatives and friends Immediately after the cere- mouy the happy couple eft for Jeffersontown where the grooms moth er resides From this place they will visit the Worlds Fair returning t Adair county about the 15th of July As a testimony of the popularity of this couple a number of handsome an useful presents were received The News joins the large circle of friends in wishing this couple long and happy lives PUBLIC SPEAKING D C Edwards Ed Parker and John D White candidates for the Republican nomination for congress will speak upon the political issues of the day at the following named places in Adair county Knifley Thursday June 30 10 a m Purdy 230 White Oak Conovers schoolhouse June 30 7 pm Fairplay Friday July 10 a m Sparksvilie 230 p m Gradyville 7 p m Keltner Saturday July 2 10 am Columbia 2 230 p m Cane Valley Saturday July 2 7p m Everybody invited to attend these speakings and especially Dr W God frey hunter who will be given a fair division of time to explain his record QUARTERLY MEETING The fourth quarterly meeting of the Columbia circuit will be held at Mill town next Saturday and Sunday July 2nd and 3nl The following is the pro gram for Saturday 10 a m Devotional exercises Rev W A Grant Our duty to the heathen F R Win frey Our duty to the unsaved at home C T Triplett Go and live or fail to do and die T Wade 11 a m Sermon Rev S G Shelley 130 Tithing and its results F E the women can do and are ing Mrs K W Murrell and Mrs S Shelley Our mission fields W A Grant Rev S G Shelley will preach Sunday- at 11 a IiILIED BY LIGIITWIXG Bill Waggener a colored man well known about Columbia was killed by a bolt of lightning last Sunday afternoon was at the home of Aaron Cravens lives in the suburbs of town and was lying upon a bench under an apple tree Just before he was killed Aaron notified him that a storm was approalh and invited him to come into the house He answered that he would be in presently and in less than three minutes he was killed The deceased had recently returned from Jefferson ville Ind The following sketch is taken from the Dallas Texas News the subject- of the notice being granddaughter of Melvin Smith deceased a native of Adair county Miss Fay Burnitt of Ardmore I T chosen chief maidof honor for the TransMississippi division Sons and Daughtersof the Confederacy for the NaShville reunion is a typical Southern girl and holds a high poairion socially in this city She is a strikingly attractive brunette and has a most charming personality being considered- one of the most accomplished young ladies in Indian Territory being a fine musician a good singer and whistler Sqe is also clever with the brush Her sketches of Indian pictures and character drawings are excellent and true to life Miss Burnett enjoys the unique distinction of being the youngest who ever been appointed to so high a but this fact has scarcely been by her associates who accept that she has at this early period In life position which justifies her in bestowing upon her honors which she is justly entitled to There are at present sojourning in the suburbs of Columbia two remarka old colored personsRobert Wil age 93 and his wife Cathrine is in her 92d year They are from Greensburg and were married 75 years ago During their married life fifteen children were born unto them Mrs Jacltman of this pace the wife of Prof Parker Jackman being youngest The minds of the old are active and they can relate many interesting incidents of the long It is not often at a meeting of a subordinate lodge of Masons that four of the Grand Lodgeof Ken put in an appearance Such was case in Columbia Lodge No 96 last Friday evening the Grand Master Grand Secretary Grand Senior Warden and Grand Sword Bearer being present The talks and readings given by Grand Master Thomas and Grand Secretary Grant were highly appreciated The two other officers named were at Savoyard in the Louisville TimesPeterman is one of the two men I ever heardSenator Edmunds of Vermont being the otherwho can converse all day without effort and never make a mistake in grammar or pronunciation As a speaker he sounds all the notes in the keyboard At the courthouse Thursday night ST JOfiNS HAY Tampico Lodge Free and Accepted nasons Enter tarn Handsomely Grant Master O D Thomas Grand Secretary 11 B Grunt Grant Senior Warden Jas GnlJl1tt Jr oWere Present Together With Repre sentatives of All Sister Lodges in Stated1000 IiOPLE At this notable gathering Friday of last week The Adair County News was represented in the person of Mr Sam N Hancock an attachee of this office and a member of Columbia Lodge No 96 Thc number of Masons and visitors who put in an appearance were various ly estimated but in his judgment fully one thousand people were present and it was a day of enjoymentlong to be morning Masons repre senting the various lodges in this sec tion began arriving and by the noon hour about one hundred and twenty five were ready to take their places in procession After the organization the procession was formed at the Hall by Bro E G Atkins who was appointed Marshal of the Day and the march was to a beautiful grove a few hundred yards distance In a few minutes after reaching the grounds dinner was announced which proved to be a magnificent one every thing in abundance and preparedmost elegantly Too much cannot be said concerning the hospitable Masons their wives and daughters of Tampico and sister lodges Every body old and young were ripe for entertaining and if there was a person present who fail ed to get a sufficiency it was his or her fau After dinner the crowd was enter tained by tIle following speakers Grand Senior Warden James Garnett Jr Grand Mater Owen D Thomas Grand Secretary II B Grant Bros BM Skive J W Faulkner and J P Scruggs Miss Mabel Atkins daughter of Mr and Mrs E G Atkins re cited beautifully The addresses delivered by the above named brethren were all good each speaker accorded the closest attention Late in the afternoon the assembly dispersed the Grand Master and Graild Secretary coming to Columbia where they were entertained at supper at the hospitable home of Grand Senior Ward en Garnett At 8 oclock they visited Columbia Lodge No 96 and assisted in conferring the Master Masons degree Befor adjourningthey express ed themselves as being highly delight withtheday and especially with the manner in which they had been entertained At 11 oclock just as the lodge clos ed they took their departure for their respective homes carrying the best wishes of the Masons Qf this section of the State and their friends generally LIND 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 KENTUCKY F1111 Liberty July 263 days Crab Orchard July 273 days Danville August T3 days Georgetown August 912 days Harrodsburg August 93 days Lawrenceburg August 164 days Shepherdsville August 23L4 days Springfield AugUst 244 days Glasgow August 314 days lizabethtown Sept 64days LAND FOR SAL I have for sale 50 acres of land more or less all in timber adjoining the Peter Cheatham farm threequarters- of a mile from Columbia For particu lars call on the undersigned lm R R Conover The July Womans Home Companion 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 of travel articles 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 eta a copy To the citizens of Adair county 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 r ITO IIE Jlt1RRIED ToNIGIIT This Wednesday evening at 8 oclockat the residence of Mr Geo W Robertson this city Mr Sam Nat Hancock son of Judge Junius Hancock who has been connected with the News office for more than a year will be married to Miss Margaret Robertson who is one of Columbias popular and handsome young ladies The ceremony will be pronounced by Rev W II C Sandidge pastor of the bride The wedding will be a very quiet affair only the close relatives of the contract ing parties will be present Both the intended groom and bride groom are popular with every body in Columbia hence they are receiving a number of handsome and valuable presents readytoand to bid them God speed as they start hand in hand down the journey of life That they may live long and daily add friends to the list that now extends to acquaintancesalwaysbe the wish of The Adair County News ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Mary C Hudson Admrx e PltT against Robert Hudson c Defts NOTICEI will on Monday July 9 ColumbiaKycredit of six monthS a tract of land containing 25 acres 2 roods and one lying on the Somerset road Joining James Naylor One lot adjoining town of Columbia and known as landlyingRobert Hudson lot For more particu tojudgmentComGarnett lREACIIlNG NEST SUXDI1 Z T Williams Cane Valley W H CSandidge Union G W Montgomery Phil J F Barger Beech Grove F E Lewis Columbia A L Mgll Picketts Chapel T J Campbell Glenville- J L Adkins Hopewell- J B Debord Antioch J P Scrumrs Columbia J F Hopkins Willow Springs W G Bradford Liberty We have made diligent inquiry con cerning the growing tobacco crop of Adair county and our information is that more acres have been set than in anyone year for the past ten years The tobacco fields are clean and the plants are growing nicely The pros pects for a tremendous corn crop is good A bountiful wheat crop has been harvested the grain much better than for several years in the past From the Gazette Charleston West VaEven when he is funny he talks sense a rare thing and rarer still when talking sense lie is funny Of all things Dr Peterman would hate to be kuown as a funny man but there are men making fortunes with their fun who have less than half his humor At the courthouse Thursday night Every body will warp to keep posted during the Presidential campaign We have made an arrangement whereby we can furnish the Weekly CourierJournal and Adair Connty News six months for 60 cents Subscribew now There will be an all day meeting at Tabor July 4th The program will con sist of music missionary addresses snd and a sermon at 11 oclock by Rev S G Shelley 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 SHINGLES FOR SALEJ F Gadberry Phil Ky has a large supply of first andsecondclass poplar shingles for sale Call him over phone Mr J H Chew the stave man in forms us that he has in Adair county one million three hundred thousand staves now ready to haul to the railroad Mr J O Russell has commenced the erectin of a cottage on the lot adjoin ing the residence occupied by Mr J C Strange Republican candidates for Congress will speak at the courthouse in this place next Saturday The primary will be held the 9thof August Born to the wife of Jas O Grissom June 24 a boy Mother and baby are doing well SPARKSYILLE Married on the 17th Virgil Aarons to Miss Lillie Cundiff Miss Nannie Rowe of Ne 1is visit ing her sister Mrs Lapha Akin Carl the little son of Tim Corbin fell and broke his collar bone last week Mrs SamMyers of Hart county is visiting her parents near here this week Dr U L Taylor of Columbia was here on business last Thursday Mrs Eva Wooten and Mrs Hattie Wheeler visited friends near Columllia last Friday Mr W L Gadberry and wife Mr Dallas Dooley and Miss Nora Wheeler were in Columbia last Saturday Mr W R Lyon called on our mer chants last week Mr James W Gadberry is visiting friends at Gadberry this week OSEJllTE A M Estes will have a sale July 9th and will move to Cincinnati Lincoln Wells and D C Allen shipped a car load of sheep and lambs to Cn cinnati for which they paid an average of 5 cents Jones Kelsay sold the booth privi leges of the Uh of July celebration at Oak Park Saturday Shorty Davison of Liberty got the lemonate and soda pop stand More Brown the baby rack and bell board Coffey Wells the coffee and sandwich Sharp Estes the ice cream stand The liddleburg Normal College base ball team went to the picnic at Boyle Saturday to play the Phil team Jut from some cause or other the Phil boys did not show up The boys came back as mad as whit hens and they say when the Philistines play them they will have to come up here to do so Ittseems to us that it was rather shabby on the part of the Phil team after inviting our boys down Dock Daniel went to Ilustonville one day last week and filled up with some of that towns mean whisky andre turning he went to thehouse of William Devenport and demanded lodging the night Mr Devenport was not a home at the time and Mrs D informed him that he could not stay when he be came very indignant and tore around in a manner peculiar to cattle of his class A warrant was issued at once for his arrest and deputy sheriff J W Rubarts delivered him here and lie will be tried at once Sunday June 19th was Childrens day at the Methodist church and the exer cises were quite impressive The chil dren had been well drilled by Mrs W J Godbey and other ladies of the town and they acted their parts well The Baptist and Methodist Sunday schools joined in getting up the entertainment and it was a joyful day for both schools Mrs W J Godbey Miss Bessie Fogle MrS W G Miller and Miss Hubble arc due especial mention for their untiring efforts to make the meeting a success and they doubtless felt well paid when they sew how well each child acted his part JllDDLEBURG A small village of about 400 inhabi tants is situated near the source of Green river on the break between the bluegrass and mountain region of Kentucky This location has a special gee logical psychological and historical val ue It has a beautiful and healthful cation It is near the region where the first pioneers immerged into the forest to wrestle their homes from the wild animals and savage indians Here the inhabitants can breathe the pure and refreshing air from the mountains drink the health giving draughts of her beautiful springs and receive the inspi ration of wild supernatural and histori cal sceneries diffusive in all its grand panoramic beauty No higher or better testimony the conspicuous character of the peogle can lie given tItan the fact that all saloons have been expurgated The people of Middleburg are moral and religious and belong to the yeomanry of the corn cracker State Three large churches able ministers in each and well organized Sunday schools The town is easU approachable from many of the counties having railroad facilities and has daily intercourses by hack with McKinney its nearest rail road station The cemetery is one of the most con venient and beautiful one in the state Middleburg Normal College is an el egant brick building two stories situated on an elevation overlooking the town and is one of the most beautiful and commodious school building in the State Prof J S LaVhorn the great educator of Paris is principal of the college The doctors are taking a hand in the ball business and what they say is rath er strong They decided in their recent meeting in Atlantic City that foot ball caused an incurable affection of the ar teries that made a young man as agedI and prematurely broken down as if were 70 years of age Will the schools that now tolerate ball game continue to do so as a health exercise Rev John Benton Ilerrell filled his appointment at Rocky ford Sunday Mrs R II Jeter visited at Camp bellsville a few days ago Chas Montgomery of Liberty pass ed through here last week advertising the Liberty Fair Mrs Dollie McCormack of Huston viUe was by the bedside other mother last week who is very sick with flux lions P H Taylor Q C Godbey and Dr Dye of Liberty attended theI Childrens Day Exercises at the M E church Sunday the 19 They had an eminent program which was accurately carried out Rev W G Bradford preached an in teresting sermon Sunday evening at the M E Church Our hustling stave man J C Coulter made a business trip to Cincinnati and Louisville lastweek ROLLINGRURG Mrs Hobson Philpot and children of Hrrdyville are visiting relatives hereI Wess Cobb has been awarded the contract for carrying the mail from Greensburg to Camp Knox Corn is selling at 300 per barrel A W Howards house was destroyed by Ore last Monday about 10 oclock Rain is badly needed here but we are having plenty of Peas beans and potatoes PIUL The healthof our community is dIour neighbors are at peace with another we have plenty potatoes beans and bacon so the readers of the News enjoylife goodshapeMr Clarence Smith has returned from Oklahoma Ile visited the Fair at St Louis fromMissouri ofPhiland good order ofFonthillJ F Gadberry has brought his shing atPhilMr Ray Toms has the contract of toLibertyCRA rCRAPT wheatTheyears Porter Murrell who got his leg hurt ttobe out again thoOakQuite a number from here attended preaching at Liberty last Sunday PuttingnearlyMabelMurreU washere toJamesRev Goodman filled his regular ointment at Clear Spring last Sunday Miss Addie McKinley visited relatives at Russell Springs last week Rev Jessee L Murrellof LEbanon visited his brothers here last week Misses Nannie and Lena Murrellof Joppa visited their sister Mrs U M Grider at this place last week PELLY7ON Wheat and oat harvest will be on hands next week There is a very small acreage in this neighborhood Several from this place attended the funeralof Mrs Thos Ellis at Salem Sunday V Grissom of Columbia called on our merchants last week Mrs P IL Zearbeaugh of Portland Ind is visiting her parents at this place Z T Campbell sold a harness and saddle horse to J W Baskey for 150 Elisha Allen and family of near Phil visited the family of J H Pelly last weekS Ii Workman sold a fine mare to a Mr Ingram of Knifley for 14600 Mr Workman bought a gelding from J Sanmires for 10700 N M Jones and wife visited the family of W D Tarter at Tarter last week J II Pelly and son Oliver were at Moreland last week The fourth Quarterly meeting for this conference year will be held at this JulyDinnervited The appointments for preaching this year are as follows First Sunday Rev G W Parsons at 11 oclock a m Second Eld Z T Williams 3p m Third Rev Jno Bowles 11 a m and 7 p m Fourth Rev T J Ellis 3 p m Sundayschool every Sunday eve ning at 2 oclock Iam prepay n to fix pumps tiuwork WnQdwork ud all kinds ot repairing a specialty Iioreoslioeing aLd Blacksmithing um prepared to do your buggy repairing on short notice LOCATION WATER STREET WADE H EUBANK rGOING 10 THE WORLDS FAIR AT St LOUIS- P USE TH- Eflell6rSOll Route THE LINE THAT COMFORTABLE rof BEYOND A DOUBT FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR KENTUCKIANS- TOSt LOUIS ASK FOR OUR RATES GEO L GARRETT L JIRwIN- Tray Passr Agt Gen P Agt Louisville KBntYC kYIr j WI1AT TILE TARIFF DOES There is a tariff on hidesthat is to swell the profits of the Dnef Trustthat and notaiugelB Take a steer in Kentucky Iowa Tennessee Kansas that hue grazed and fattened The tariff on hid Pa does not add one cent to the vane of that steer but when the s imal becomes the property of Armour or Swift cr Morris or Cud ahyand the hide is peoled off that mom nt the tariff operate- and s the tariff is added to the pri of the hide fur hides from South America are not allowed to co pete wIthout paying the tax T tanIJar papa the tariff to the beef trust j the shoe manufaotuer pays it to the tanner the shoe mercha pays it to the shoe manufacturer ana the man who buys and wea the shoes pays it to the hoemer chant Thus it is possible th at the very farmer who grazed and fattened that steer may in the end pay a tariff tax on his own product When a Republican orator first told the farmer that the tariff on hides was to protect him the devil was struck with sue h wonder and admiration that hu was speechless and actually po erli3se tochuckleSavoyard Louisville Post- CANDIDATES FOR IOUSEIJORK Ers Two of the candIdates in the reo cent primary election for Gover nor of Florida Robert W Davis now a Representative and Nap loon B Broward whl woo fan by his filibustering exploits just prIor to the SpaUlshAmElrican War made a house to house cam paJgn through the rural districts of the State One hot day Cap Broward drove up to a peacef farm house and found a wom strenuously chopping wood in t front yard The gallant captain alights bowed to the woman and said Madam exose me but I can not stand idly by and see a lady du such hard work Pirmit me And taking the ax the candidate la Jared for thirty minutes until the last stick had been cut Now madam he said as hein mopped the perspiration from his brow if you have a husband p may tell him that Capt Droward called to see him and that I would appreciate his vote for Governor of Florida The woman who had hoeu ad miring the candidates ability a woodohopper shook her liR dubiously and replied Well T donno about his voti fnr you cause Bob Davis is in t back yard amilkiu the cow The Rep rblican National C01- ventlOn was called to crder Chicago shortly aftor noon la Tuesday by Chairman HenrysPayne who after tho open prayer introduced Tempora Chairman Elihu RIot of New York As Mr Root stepped f ward to address the assemblage portrait of Theodore Roosev alt was unveiled near the speake re stand Mr Root reviewed the A ministrations policies and pa trIbutes to the lath President M Kinley Senator Hanna and Senator Quay He concluded his address with the words Thoodo Roosevelt which led to a demo stlation by tho delegates roll of temporary officers was resd and approved While the namps of the committeemen were heillg sent to the desk delogatee le their seats and tho assemble g lost all semblance of a cl11vnutio11 Late in the afternoon au adjournment was taken The convention hall was slow in filling and there were many vacant chairs Except for the outbursts follcillg the mntiou of Hanna and Mcmuch Kmley by Chairman Root the meeting was markNd by the ab sauce of prolonged erithusiae Senator Fairbanks was accorded an ovation by the dtflegates he entered the hall The man who handles the looal department of newspapers lean after due experience not to expeot very many thanks for a column of pleasant things but he knows as surely as come the apusolls that a single line in which there is unin tentionalmistakes will cause Bomet one to be heard Also that when he has made pleasant mention 000 times of some parson place or thing but on the 1000th ti fails to do so he must not mat to be forgiven The omisBlon may have been from accident in adveltence or even an entire Jack of knowledgeit matters not That simple fact rrmaine that he wall he judged uu that He may Bay good things about some boat coemake some mistake and the good things said are forguttuu and that mans business denied him PAPERnNo man no matter how poor h ill is out too poor to take hi hume paper It is the oheapest and best thing he can buy Ev cacklecever the new laid Egg his paper isI mliairhfor that week It costa lesB erhe week than a postage stem with which to mall a letter less than oue third of a clint per day manyntpeople who put up as an excuse rsfor not taking their home paper I am not ablecant afford It Tho home paper comes to you ev ere week rain or shine stormy or calm telling you the news of the community of the happenings in which you are naturally most ill ttlrested No matter whet hap penB the brine paper enters your door every week a welcome friend full of cheer and sunshine It opens the doer of the great world luand puts you face to face with great people and great events It hortens the lone winter night when you sit around the fire and read it to the wife and children It is your adviser and friend and hould be in every household in the cconty No man is just to hIS family who does not give theme thi home paper to readno man is doing his lute to himself or to the community in which he lives who dote not subscribe and pay for itEerlington Bee ulAN IMPORTANT DECISION aDAvery interesting and import heant question effecting publi schools was decided by the Court of Appeals recently in the uses of Burkhart vs the Vine Grove di trier in Hardin county In the Aup peals held that the yearly incident el expenses conducting schools is any district must be paid by the patrons of theeeho the year that the expensess were ncurred and that the expense subsoe quent year The incidental ea Pauses include the cost of woo coal etc necessary to the oomf rt of the children TAKE WARNING pastedad u arge on a e wind caused it to flutter and scare thhee wagon over eggs a hams strap the drivers leg and an axle true They tau away lind beae yoanatg the hones until hot lips to such immense propor herye damageor s eighty witness es werecalled When they were 8Bk ed what was advertised ou the telldyour advertise bumce paper and keep It alivenot the paper hut the adEx reSENTENCE SE1t310NS Some men men mistake heartless Hess far candor Gentlemen will not listen to stories until for women w hear YIIU have w kneel lows before God ftwill 11tt JOU up Piety Is much more than a look tacecutand a nasal twang Tapering oQ on a bad habllJoffitoo much like eating consomme with a fork The moo who spends all ot his time preparing fur death has nott lived tor Hope Is hard to kill as longaq Dou Is kept tram the door ot the heart One swallow does out make a Rum mar lint enough or them will make a man a goner The man who Isa day ahead ot blg work is worth double the than who Is going w do two days work t morro lilnBthe optimist lokl at tbe blossoms tbati remain upon the tree Somehow or other when we eople ar p say they do not like w see their names In print wa always thin k Aooalas and Sapphlr3 Women employed by the poli ae are doing detective work in the tenderloin district lof New York Thire was a battle between Ja and Russian warships in t Koroau Straits 1tlAFglle a lacking CARE OF TIlE FEET There Is no subject of more ltnpu tance so tar as ones comfort Is rned m than the care ot the feet In hot weather Many women will seen fosummerheed a few simple rules aVOldllg thereby much pain tram earns bun Ions and the many other Ills so pain uful to endure For the best resultM yowlser t once a day and fresh stuuklaKs put un every morning Shins bht old bee comfortable size though out too large fur a shoe that is tau Muse Is as wean soma as one that is too debt the soles SeverPal tbe toot should be soaked In war water for a few minutes then scru bed thoroughly with a Hssh brush or coarse wash rag The nails should be cut straight across the toe and care should taken not w cut them dowo too close at the sides to avoid that source ot sufferIng an lugrowing toenail Rough or calloused spots may he removed by rubbing with a piece tJUetpumlcestone It there are thickened accumulations along tbe sides ot the soles use adulledged metal to scrape away the dead skin It the feet are too dry rub Iota tbe Soles some sweet creamer oil but it Inclined w perspiration use borax In the b th water and sprinkle It tween the toes ROME CHATS A gleam or hot sunshine tailing across my window from between the clouds reminds me that the heat mldsummer Is not tar away and we shall soon begin to hear ut heat pros tratlons and nervous uhaustlons among our sisters who du their own work The majority or us are so situated that we cannot escape the kitchen and the cookstove or the still muredreaded heat ot tile laundry Added to this routine work 2whichulna pickling preserving jimmh and jellying that we think we mu do and It does seem a heavier Durden than we can bear at times It all means wukand more work despite the tact that many or us have stovyecan have the fruits and vegetables at our dour at our own chosen time there are trials ot strength that we cannot navoid and already we are tagged by the duties of the hoe What are we going to do about It 01t Is the duty of every man and woman to work It able wdu so with hand and brain but the work should nut he allowed to deueuera Into practical slavery workdng fore them and they feel that It must be dune so they strain every nerve ttie eQectual struggle and think they may make a success It they die In tbe harness But do they Are we wise w lose health and Impair our ulietul- oesJ dragging other lives down wltb- us by Lrpnlg to do more than wee possibly accomplish with our sea trength What do we gain by i Would It not be better to look a lJttJe further than the mere doing for the result Should we not work talthful- Iy and cheerfully up to the measure ot strength that Is lvalable and then sit lowstake a teat told our hand a get ready to look the next Issue In t facer Would I advise being lazy Sow times the best thing one can do Is to stand and walt To rest does not mean to be lazy Look up the war In the dictionary and see the diQ er sofa In meaning and while you arc thus employed you will find poursalt jeub o u know you were resting FIFTY YEART JVITILOUT TIIAVJNll Button Smith one of tie bestknown firsst years day and when he left the barber and went hunts It was an hour before his aged wife wuuhf believe that hew her husband lie WaS eighty five oenrs old a tew- dals ago and his last shave and h air were before Ilse pretidentfal elee lion in 1E35 Uncle Button us he has be knows fur a generation was Ian orl car Republican ahd In 1854 made a vow not to shave or have hIs hair c tor fifty years it his party did not wIn In the ensuing election and he tell g his bt131Ktfafrreachcdnearly wthegruu and his beard was below his waist and bosh perfectly white gluing bier a strange appearanceand making many believe he was deranged yPlienthe bather got through sh tog and cutting his halt that whl was taxes off nearly filled a halt bushel basket Uncle Button says that he grey t Iy misses JI s beard and he 1ssorry n owat8 that he submitted to the barber lIe leaks forty years younger so greet Is she transformation by being relieved of the heave white beard and enormOUB growth uf halrlndlilDllpoft Tel gram rA Lnog Island man saved a boy from drowning and did nut know till Itmaybemeliilonedlo that a Pen lylv butcher rias Just t e uPwoman p herrea reward from the Carnegie fund BRAIN LEAK A little love will leaven a life The true prayer Is an bumble yeti lion dA heart full ot halo Is a pOorfitd r hope A thing Is not ncessarUy honest be cause It is legal It we had the nerve ot some boo k agents we have wet wed be riding ft our own private yacht Russell Scie aSf hI never took vacatllln Wt wnuM rather havrt all the uuud times he has misJer Char have all his wnney and his cares- If Truth traveled as tWlta a Lit a lot lit Jsslpi would be poi oUt hUslniss You are excuslIble It a man decelvtS deservebtwiceaIt dues oat take long after you have mot the average old bacbelorto disc cov r the reason why he Is SvcallnJnf p the time Csetul than a promissory note Making a chld happy requires very small Investment but Its dividends heat the Siaodird 011 company stock h Somehow we have n great admire tlon for the woman who likes onions and would rather eat them than to asocial function Honestly now did you ever hear a prima donna sing a song that sounded as well as the first sanK your little one learned at school When a girl Is 16 she wants to appear older When she is older she wants to appear 16 But what of It o The OpposIte sex Is guilty of the same thing Are you nut acquainted with a to t or people who are continually medicine Into their stomachs In th hope or curing a diseased Imagination Whlleburrahlng fora large save jmay be ot Interest to know that an ordinary battleship costs as much 00t farms Including buildings tools r live stuck The expense of keep gtug it afloat costs a couple of farms 1eVlry day and a single dlschargsot its batteries consumes the value of a towershlp or the best land In New England Moreover Its average life averagedCOLUMBIA MARKET REPORTED BY SAM LEWIs Wool Grease clean 2 Washed Wool 27 Beeswax 22 3re0 HIdes Green 5 Hides Dry 10 Ginseng 45C- Spring Chickens 9 Old Hens Eggs 10 Guinea Eggs Dried Apples 21 4nQThis report will be submitted for revision wsekly rxi FOURhe i The Best Line to eINDIANAPOLIS 0 dsAnd Michigan all PEORIAI OLEVELANDI I Information City nished Ticket on Easti IFour Route Ave or write to asSJ 2594thI Genl Agt Pass8r meat Louisville L I E enCIEAP LANDS For HODlcseekcrs and ntsColrinfes The country along the Cotton Bolt Aikandsls orthwest Louisiana and Texas offers the greatest opportunities for Homeseekers Mild climate good water cheap bullding material abund oftenchfor the ground Land can bebought as eheap as 250 an acre prairie land- tn 4 and 5 per acre up bottom land and 16 per acre up Improved or partly cleared land at110 slid 16 par acre up Some fine propos lols for coloniestracts of 2OOb to 5000 acres at 4t no per acreblt mouse in this for a good rllanlzer Fruit and truck lands inthe famous peach and hmato belt of East Texas at 10 to 20 per acre up Write us tor information about cheap rates excursion dates al so literature descriptive of tlllllKreatt country and let us help you find a home that will costyou no m9re than the rent pay every year EW rABEAU 1Ir G p T A Cotton Belt Bonte- St LoU1sK TtIE FRUIT nowcwhen you need it if- you take an Endowment in p Tf1E U Sl1FE ASSURANCE 54CIE atne B kJHNDER WaIEXANDfRPRfs JHYDEViccPats For fnll regarding EquitRblH Polie apply to TAND Y Sc bIIEBIYSPrcial Agcnts J1fURRJlrBliss IWe wIre asked the other day What a walklrlll Dehat Well we are supposed to know everything nnd toat r a well dresser a smooth talker and trle Ito get you w quit your job It your job daesnteuithim It dont make any dlffereoce It you art satisfied with your Iposltloo for the walking delegate has to be satisfied also and he Is hard to please He tells you to quit work be cause you use a nonunion toothpick altercating ma unlonboardlDg house He says anything not made by union Is unfit for eating or using He tolls not except with his mouth neither does be spin Ills principle business to sum It all up Is W be a mlscblet maker We want to be corrected It we are wrong In the diagnosis Santa Ana Bulletin RATESSOII11111Se T Sourthern Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas sHomeeeekere Opportunities Heres your chance Very low oneway and round trip rate Southwest this winter bout halt the regular fare twice a month nearby dates are Dec 15 1903 May 5 to Sept 2 and 16 1901 Good time to visit South seat Missouri Arkansas Louis tuna or Texas and pink out a loos 1Lion Round trip tickets permit Btop over on the going trip return lim it 21 days Write and toll us your starting point and where you ci to go We will ten ieXactly oneI7way or roondtrip j see that your baggage is checked and that you are comfortably located on the rIght train Write for our literatureImaps and let us help you find a better home in the country along the Cotton Belt Route Write today to L O SchafflJr T P A Cotton Belt Route CiutI O or- E La Deaume G P T A Cotton Belt RunteSt LOUlsMo VETINERY SURGEON Flstulo Poll evil splints spavia Q any surjtlcal work done at fair prIces Jam fixed to take care ot stock Special attention to eyes S D ORENSQAW X mile from Colnnbtaoo Dleppolatmeat Advertise in the New IT WILL INCREASE YOU RBUSINESSS ALL H 0111 E PRINT 21oo Subscriber s LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Li Stock Exchange Bourbon Stn Yards CATTLE Extra Rhlpplnu 4 60g4 so Lightshipping 450369 Best butchers 4 50 7s Fair to good butchers 4 004 Common to medium btchr 326x3- noes 50 a Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 tbs 540 Fair to good packing 160 to 7AOths b 40 load to extra JljthtI20 w- l60 its = egaxP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 5003r 66 Fair to i 2 503 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