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I IVOLUMEPOST OFFICE DIRECTORY J RUSSELL POSTMASTER H T BARER DEPUTY POSTMASTER hours week days 730 a m to 930 pm COUltT IiI Ecrol COURTThrro sessions a ycai Third in January third in and third in September Circuit JudgeIL C Baker Commonwealths AttorneyA A HudJIertx- mSheriJlF Circuit ClerkJ F Neat First in each month JudgeT A MurrelL County Attorney Jas Garnett Jr ClerkT R Stults Jailer J K P Conover Assessor E W Burton SurveyorR T McCnffre School Suptw Jones Coronerc Russell Regular court in eachmonth JudgeJas Eubank- AttomeyGonlon Montgomery Marshal T Flowers Jr CHURCH IHItfTfOHY PRESBYTERIAN STroETRcv W C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth Sundays each month SundaySchool at a In every Sat bath Prayermcctinc every Wednesday night METHODIST Rev F E Lewis pastor Services first and third Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST Rev J P Scruggs pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday every Sabbath at n In Praycrmeering Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CAMFBELLsviLLEriKEW B Wright pastor Services First Thirl and Fourth Sundays in each month SunlaySehool every Sabbath at 919 m Praycrmectins Wednesday night JUHJGES MASONIC No F and MRrgndar- meeting in their hall over bank on Friday right or before the full in each month Montgomery James Garnctt Jr Secretary n No meets Friday night after full Horace Jeffrie P Bradshaw Secretary THE Jackofal Trades II HEPumps WaterI Saws Wood Grinds Feed I Churns Butler Runs Cider Hills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Pres For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or address FairbanksMorse S Co DlJ W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY W F JEFFRIES v SON Agts k HENRY W EDDLEMAK 408W MARKET ST LOUISVlLLtKv SOLE AGENT FOR MILLERS HATS SOLE AGENT FOR YOUMANS HATS COMPLETE LINE JOHN B STETSON HATS Advertise in the News IT WILL INCREAS- Er 0 U R BUSINESSS ALL HOME PRINT 2100 Subscribers NOTICE 7EARE NOW READY ANY RIND of Blacksmithing honscshocint and word work nil kinds of Buggy Carriaco and Wagon Repairing We are also prepared to apply nil kinlsofnewItURBEIt TIRE We keep a stock of the best material and re pairs Work done at our chop is guaranteed in workmanship and prices Shop located on depot street near Main Give us CLARK 4 PARSON CajricbclifTflle Ky Mar If PERSONAL MENTION J C Yates left last week for Glas gow from there he will taka his two daughters Lucille and Mabel to the Worlds Fair He is going to put up a White Steel Gate at each entrance to the grounds Lebanon Enterprise Messrs Alexander Chewning J F Patteson Misses Sallie Williams An nie Willis and Dora Young left yester day morning for the Worlds Fair Rev Thos Hadiey and wife Revs Frank and Jo Turner A R Blakey and M A Antic all delegates to the Louis ville Conference of United Brethren were in Columbia yesterday on their re turn Miss Mattie Royse has sent to this office a bunch of ripe blackberries which she plucked yesterday It is rare to see the delicious fruit growing this late in the seas- onLocal News Mil L WALKER DEAD On Friday last at 9 oclock p m at his home at Nell this county Wm L Walker passed away at the age of 79 years He had been in declining health for twelve months He died p ace fully surrounded by his wife and children all of whom were pres ent when death came He was first married near sixty years ago to Lemira Kinnaird who died ten years ago He afterwards mar ried Mrs Sallie Caldwell the widow of George M Caldwell with whom he lived until his death Mr Walker was for a long lifetime one ofAdair countys most active citizens He began life with but little and accumulated a good estate and gave a good home to all his children who de sired to settle around him and they now form a large and pros perous community aroundwhere he iirst settled in life A mre kindhearted hospitable man the county never had He was al ways glad to see his friends and nothing was too good for them His great hospitality all older persons will attest He was de voted to his friends and kind to his neighbors and for many years was in all things the leader in his community He was a member of the Baptist Church and had been for many years At his death he had living eight child ren 42 grandchildren and 5 greatgrandchildren all of whom will greatly miss him In his last moments he spoke of the great kindness and love shown him by his wife and child ten who nursed him so tenderly in his last days A useful citi zen a kind neighbor an indulgent father and husband has gone to his reward The funeral services were con ducted by Rev W H C San didge astisted by his pastor Rev Levi A large concourse of relatives and friends attended the last sad rites H Written fiwAtinir County New- sUPTODATE The world was all behind before We struck a winning gait But now we all are first at last Because were uptodate Improvements made in former times Are all no good of late For great inventions must be new And fashioned uptodate A billion dollar Congress guides Our noble ship of State Theyre going to burst her boiler soon Or run her uptodate For corporations and the trusts They freely legislate While labor bears the burden of Taxation uptodate Of higher criticism too Our modern preachers prate They want a mandate gospel plan With science uptodate And should they be permitted when Thev reach the pearly gate They pause to ask St Peter there If things are uptodate On consultation Doctors meet Some defect to locate Before they take our vitals out And carve them uptodate The progress of the present age Has grown so very great That all our greatest swindles arc The nearest upto date If minus fads and fashions now Youre left as sure as fate And to be in the fashion you Must have the uptodateJ T JONES Montpelier Ky Born to the wife of Talmage Smith Oct 21 ason A dwelling house which was occupied by Frank Martin on the farm of Jas jSuddarth i was destroyed and all the contents by fire Monday jiight Rev C R Payne will build two handsome residences on Lindsay Wilson Hill The contracts have been let and the work is to be completed by the first of Janua ry SCHOOL MONEY DUE All persons that have subscribed to the building of the LindseyWilson Training School are earnestly requested to come forward and settle without further delay as the entire subscriptions are now due and interest will be charg ed on further delay So attend to the matter at once as we are going to set tle the matter at an early date The balance yet due is a little over to N M TUTT Treasurer By order of LOCAL EXCT BOARD Mr S D Barbee has bought of Mr J 0 Russell the house and lot on Greenburg street known as the R L Jones prop erty and formerly occupied by J E Murrell for 1000 The old house will be removed and a handsome buildinglike the one just completed by Mr John D Lowe will be erected in its stead Mr Jo Patteson has the contract for putting up the building and the keys are to be turned over by the first of January Mr Bar bee will occupy the residence At the annual conforence of the United Brethren Church held at Louisville last week Rev Thomas Hadley was chosen Pre siding Elder of the Cumberland district Preachers were assign ed as follows TompkinsvilleT R Hagan HarrisGlenvilleMarion LibertyA R Blakey Albany CR Dean Forest CottageJ D Hay and A J Melton- J C MyersSunday schoo MissionaryA Evangelist at large RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Whereas on the 5th day of October 1904 the Death Angel visited our com munity and summoned fram among us Bro J W Faulkner who was a mem ber anp Master of Tampico Lodge No 419 Theesore be it Resolved First That Tampico Lodge No 419 has in the death of Bro Faulkner lost a zealous Mason an ef ficient ard courteous Master the com munity en honest upright citizen and his children a devoted father Second That the members of this Lodge wear the usual badge of mourn ing for thirty days Third that these resolutions be spread upon the records of this Lodge and a cOlY thereof beseat to eace mem ber of hs family also a copy sent to the Columbia Spectator Adair County News Taylor County Enquirer Green County Record and The Masonic Home Journal for publication Thos P Disney W N McCubbins Horace Massie Committee LAND FOR SALE There are ten acres of land more or less on left of Glasgow road just outside the corporate limits of Columbia for sale This land can be divided into building lots or it canTJe fbldlri lots of several acres Also some land on of the road leading from Columbia- Also two good horses and some farm ing impliments For information call on J E Murrell at Adair County News office YIr for sale all my farming tool stock crop hoiisd hold and kitchen furniture at my hone in Columbia Scott Montgomery FOR SALE MiddleburgKy General merchandise All new and convenient Qut bjujiEngsVah extragood WuTsellreaspnarble CjL PRfiEtrT r Middleburg KY Casey Co Jj i Ginseng roo nand seeds for sale is NiCiner Everyman should pr6ect those who are dependent upon him witfcsoniohTe insurance See J Eo Murrell I have an improved farm 4 miles from Columbia on road for sale SiD Crensliswc t 1OllIIONR8ADAIR SALES COURT ELLEN IIOLLADAY c Puffs SALEMAGGIEBy virtue of a judgment rendered on the above action at the Sept term 1904 I will on Monday Nov 7th 1904 at the court house door in Columbia Ky sell at public auction on a credit of six byJohnsum of 183592 with interest andcost I will first sell the 70 acre tract then the 10 acre and then enough of the 350 acre tract to raise said sum For more par ticular description reference is made to the judgmentL HURT Master Com Garnett Garnett Attys ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT CAMPBELL Tiffs JCOMRSSALEWBy virtue of a judgment rendered in the above action at the September term 1904 I will on Monday Nov 7th 1901 at the CourtHouse door in Co lumbia Ky sell at public auction on a creditof six months about 25 acres of land on Green river and known as the John S Campbell Homestead For more particular description reference is made to said judgment- L B HURT Master Comr Garnett Garnett Attys ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT GERTRUDE HURRAH SaleWBy virtue of a judgment rendered in the above action at the September term 1904 I will on MondayJNov 7th 1904 at the CourtHouse door in Columbia Ky sell at public auction on a credit of six months the tract of land on Glensfork creek which was owned and occupied by Mrs Potts at the time of her death and for more particular de scription reference is made to said judgment L B HURT Master Comr Garnett Garnett Attys ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT JAMES GARNETT Plff SALEWMBy virtue of a judgment rendered in SeptemI7 1904 at the CourtHourse door in Columbia Ky sell at public auction on a credit of six months two tracts of land on the waters of Crocus creek which are described by mee s and bounds in said judgment to which ref erence madeL HURT Master Comr Garnett Garnett Attys ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT WILLIAM F HOLMES SALEMOLLIEBy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render ed at the Sept Term thereof 1904 in the above causct I shall proceed to offer for sale at the CJiirtHouse door in Co lumbia Ky to ttie highest bidder at Public Auction On Monday the 7th day of Nov 1904 at one oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following de scribed property towit A tract of land lying on Blue hole Creek contain ing 1661 acres For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or beariuglegalpaid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms L B HURT Master Comr Rollin Hurt Atty- MUSTARD PLASTERS The following rule for a mustard plaster that dues nut blister is given by an experienced trained nurse Mix about three parts of Hour with one part of mustard moisten it with a little white of expand spread between rwo thin pieces of cotton cloth Do not let it stay on the flesh more than twenty minutes Its efficacy does nut increase after this time The white if egg prevents the mustard from raising blister There Is quite a dlfferepcein mustard If very strong mx with three or even rOUt parts of flour to only one of mustard BRAIN LEAKS You cannot get close to God by drlftlnB away from your fellowmen Luck is only crystallzid ptrsjver atic Money may command obeisicce but it can never purchase love Satan JsqucV Ito accuse us of cow ardlcrlf we admit that weare afraid tp dowrpng k GiftshquldbojudKtd by the motive nut by the valu- eToheVotersof Adair County On account of getting crippled it will be impossible fofnie to seeyou before the election Your vote and influence is respectfullysolicited bJGc JEFFRIES d LewisillFll evenmtzte BE MERCIFUL TO YOUR BEAST Hardly any class of animals suffer so much from Ignorance carelessness and cruelty on the part of drivers as the horse Many of the people who hire horses know nothlmj about driving or causnti for them many others they do not own the horse care noth ing about any injury to blm provided they do nut have to pay for it and still another class takes pleasure In driving him at the top of his sprd as long as he can go regardless of his distress Then there are the drunken drivers reckless of everything the drivers who want to race with eyery body who comes along ad the people out tor a good time and whose Idea is to let er go There are the ple who overdrive who do not water who water when the horse is overheated who do not blanket and others who commit all remaining kinds of offenses against horse ilesh the one idea being that since the horse is not their own it dont make much differ only remedy is to educate public opinion up to the point where people will treat horses wel for the horses sakes and see to it that others do so alsoDumb Animals a YOUR EVENINGS The chilly evenings of the early autumn bring us to the question How are we to spend our evenings Our evenings are the most critical battle field of our lives that little fringe of our time between the day of work and the hlgBt of sleep With the Tnostrof us employer and employed these hours are all the time that is absolutely our own what you do with your day is de cided in advance but by a separate de cision each evening must be taken care of They area test of ynur pow er of self direction as asof your tastes and wishes temptations are rife and brazen mod perslsunt in the evening especially with the yniou Whs are you going to do with these spire hours How shall they brat witness for or against you In the records of time WARNING Hunters and others will bear in mind IIt is a line of not lets than five dollars nor more than twentyfive to kill or have in possession after Ing killed any quail or partridge be tween December 31st and November 15tbor any rabbit or fqulrrel between September 15tb and November 15tb 2It is a fine of from ten to twenty live dollars to buy sell or transport any quail or partridge Each bird is a separate offense and the fine is from 825 to 30 for each offense after the tfrstSThe Game Warden has the power t arrest on right and without warrant uyooe found violating these laws and may confiscate and destroy any guns 1gs or game found In the po session d such person or persons a Butter Is excellent for a burn If the pot is covered Instantly with butter he skn will not hits- terWilmoro Hotel W M WILMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky ITHERE Is no better place to stop at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached Stone Stone AttorneysAtLaw JAMESTOWN KENTUCKY 0Will practice in the courts in this and ad joining counties 0 Special attention given collection All persons indebted to me are uested to settle at once Pmer1 Harvey Jr BRINTON HOTEL AND RESAURANT Lebanon Tay Meals at all Hours Comfortable Rooms Location opposite Depot BELLS OLD STAND Custom oi Adair and adjoining counties respectfully solicited ntv r t PROCRAM OF THE Adaif County Cooperation Meeting CONVENING ON Firiday night before the 5th Sunday in October TtT HEBRON CHURCH Devotional ExecisesConducted by W B Wright 2 Appointment of CommitteesBy Z T Williams Chairman 3 Systematic GivingDiscussed by J W Edwards and Z T Williams 4 Prayer in connection with ConversionTobias Huffaker and others SATURDAY MORNING 9 OCLOCK Devotional ExerciesConducted by J W Edwards 2 Missionary Operations in Apostolic Times W B Wright A II Baugh 3 What must a man do to become a Christian Answered by R Kirby and F J Berger 4 How to Hold OutZ T Williams and J W Woodum SATURDAY AFTERNOON 130 OCLOCK Devotional Exercises Tobias Huffaker 2 Reports from Churches and Evangelists 3 HopkinsSunday4 How to develope a Membership A H Baugh Tobias Huffaker SATURDAY NIGHT 7 OCLOCK Devotional ExercisesA II Baugh 2 Stereopticon Views and Lecture R M Hopkins 3 The Sunday SchoolDr U L Taylor W B Wright and others SUNDAY MORNING 1030 OCLOCK Prayer ServiceJ W Edwards 2 A brief address The Master W K Azbill 3 Our Position and Plea W B Wright Dinner will be served on the ground on Saturday There will be no afternoon service on Sunday All the churches in the county are requested to send delegates andreports Z T WILLIAMS U L TAYLOR W K AZBILL Important fo Every One READ EVERY WORD jvv 0 errors defects We treatment has successful diseases free Examination in JEFFRIES Building 6 RICHARDS AND HANCOCK Electro Theropeutists Optics EVE SPPCI7sLISTS flJC BOSLiE J4OTEU- PUROPPTTIN S Second Jefferson ROOMS LOUISVILLE J r KENTUCKY I am prepared fix pumps Woodwork and all ot repairing a BorseflhoBing arid Blackprnithing I am pr pard to do yonr repairing on notioe WADE H EUBANK GOING 10 WORLDS AT St LOUIS USE THE Henderson Route mHE LINE THAT COMFORfABLE BEYOND DOUBT FREE RECt TIN G CHAIR OARS ROUTE FOR 3CEKTUCKIANSTO 8tr LOUIS ASK OUR RATES GEO L J IRWIN Agfcitteilji EYE STRAINA cause of brain irritation nervous debility headaches etc A new and deli cate method of detecting irrita tion of nerve centers and by repression Glasses pro perly fitted CORRECTS ALL THIS DIFFICULTY Eye strain causes more head aches than all other causes com cure Headaches Granulated lids Inflamed eyeballs Muscular insufficiency crossed eyes etc allow temporary to grow into permanent also give electrical which proven to bo VERY in all Examination and and DRS and Tars of E Cor and Sts SOc 75c and 00 PER DAY to Tinwork kinds specialty buggy short LOCATION STREET THE FAIR A OFFICIAL FOR L GARRETT curving in positively Chiiuteiia consultation WATER WHAT IS INSIDE OF THE NVOULIVS FA lit AND HOW TO SEE IT AT THE LEAST EXPENSE The Henderson Route has gotten up and is now offering for free distribution a very complete and valuable booklet descriptive of what is inside and what is outside of the Worlds Fair and how to see it at the least expense The booklet contains information of such Value that all prospective visitors to St Louis should have a copy How to reach the Fair Grounds upon arrival in St Louis how to get around the grounds to the best advantage the most economical plan for touring the Exposition things of importance to see in St Louis together with many other valuable pointers regarding a trip of this nature are only sonic of the many points covered in this complete bookle- tIt is something you should have be fore planning your Worlds Fair trip and can be obtained by addressing Mr L J Irvin General Passenger Agent Henderson Route Louisvill Ky a + C M WISEMAN its SON + JEWELERS and OPT CLANS Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stones 0 cede attention viven to work and all ordersof goods in outline 132 West Market between 1st and 2nd OpodteMudcHall LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY tt n Come and See My Fall Opening 1e THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK EVER OPENED To the People of Adair and adjoining Counties Consisting of everything to be found in a firstclass Store The ladies are especially invited to examine my line of Cloaks ilormade Suits Skirts Etc Etc In 1act I am just from the market with all the latest designs in Dress Goods Gents Furnishing Goods Fine Shoes Clothing Etc Etc If you dont see what you warty ask for it I have got it W e m VLKR o GOUrnbl KGntllGKu illlte fl6fCPublished Every Wednesday BY THE Adair Bounty tewso n NcoapORA TED CRAM HARRXH Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests of the city of Columbia and the peopled Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Iostoffice as second class mail matter WED OCT 2fi 1904 Democratic Ticket For President ALTON B PARKER New York For VicePresident HENRY G DAVIS West Virginia For Congress GEO E STONE Wayne For Assessor C G JEFFRIES ANNOUNTE31EXTS For Circuit Judge wo arc authorized to announce that lion It THUKMAN of Washington county a etndi date for Circuit Judge in the district comprising the counties of Green Taylor Marion and Wash ngton subject to the action of the Democratic party The apathy manifested upon both sides in this campaign is something no one seems to under stand In Louisville last week a representative of The News talked to a number of politicians finding them all in the dark and with no definite idea as to the meaning of the still hunts It was the opinion of some that In diana and New York would both go Democratic while others were of a contrary opinion One lead ing Republican wellknown here said that the result in Indiana was very doubtful The most enthusiastic political meeting we ever attended was at Phoenix Hill Louisville last Thursday night where Hon W J Bryan spoke to 15000 people Mr Bryan is the most captiva ting man now before the Ameri can people and is making as gal lant a fight for Parker and Davis as he made for himself while be fore the country as the Demo cratic candidate for the Presidency Remember that Geo E Stone is the Democratic candidate for Congress in this district He is an able man and would make a Representative for whom the people would feel proud Vot fof him ra IThe loss of lives in the ten days battles before Mukden is enormous The latest dispatch says that eighty thousand soldiers fell There has been no fighting for the last few days but renewed hostilities are daily expected with the information that the next en gagement will be the decisive battle It seems that during the long fighting before Mukden the losses were about equally divided The Japanese still claim that they will eventually take Port Arthur while the Russians claim that it can not be taken When peace has been declared history will record one of the worlds bloodiest wars The basis of success in political contests is the efficiency and earnestness of the precinct organizations When these faith ful workers are enthusiastic the way is clear for victory The Campaign Committee is particu larly gratified a t the reports from the precinct Chairmen and their sub Committeemen There is an increase in interest throughout the State that gives assurance of an old time majority for Par ker and Davis In Kentucky Tom Watson has been posing as the friend of the Ia farmer and the workingman In New York State he traveled on special trains no doubt paid for by the Republican Campaign com mittee There never was a more shameless political bargain than that between Watson and the Republicans It is not possible that he can turn the Populists of this country bound hand and foot over to Roosevelt Kentucky stands far up in the lead in the list of awards made to the exhibitors of the Louisan- Purchase Exposition having a total of 186 divided as follows Six grand prizes thirtyfive gold medals fiftythree silver medals seventytwo broze medals Thi record too is made in the face of the fact that there were only three Kentuckians on the jurie- of awards About one thousand Masons at tended the session of the Mason ic Grand Lodge last week Owen D Thomas of Lebanon the re tiring Grand Master delivered an able address commending the workof Kentucky Masons during the past year The reports show ed there were 7GO live lodges in the State The registration in Louisville shows a clear Democratic plural ity of over 8000 Giving the Re publicans twothirds of the independent voteand they will no get onethird of themand th Democrats would still have a saf margin of 2500 votes It is only thirteen days until the election and not a speech has been made in Adair county by representatives of either side ex cepting one It is only a few days until the election and every Democrat should use his utmost endeavors to get out the full vote Hon Wood Dunlap of Lexington spoke to a small audience of placelasFrieday IThe race issUe does not disIt turb the North because the negro population there is not sufficiently large to menace its peace or prosperity Republican politic ians from the President down can open the door of opportunity- to the black man because there isc small danger that he will walk through that door and assault his wife or daughters but in the South a different condition confronts the white man He has tot deal with a horde of idle vicious negroes who band together for his destruction or waylay the women of his family and subject them to indignities worse than death The recognition that Roosevelt gave to Booker Washington his forcing negro Collectors and Postmasters on the people of the South his constant preachments on the subject of race prejudices has stirred these ignorant masses until their inso lence has grown unbearable Former President Grover Cleveland delivered a great speech in favor of Parker and Davis in New York City last Friday night When he entered the hall he was given an ovation that lasted seven minutes He went after the Republican Administration with hot rod showing that its claims for the countrys good were falicies and full of dead mens bones At the conclusion of Mr Cleveland Hon John G Carlisle made a ringing speech along the same line The Democrats of New York are alive and feel sure that the State will be carried for Parker and Davis Every storekeeper guager postmaster and collector in Ken tucky has been held up by the Republican Campaign Commit fundsof four and eight years ago is missing That was contributed by the Trusts in an effort to de bauch Kentucky This year the directsed to other States where is a bet ter chance to invest it profitably Democratsic that it has been deserted by the National Committee The Republicans are trying to make it appear that there is no interest in the coming election with the hope that many Democrats will remain at home on elec tion day Democrats should not be deceived Be at the polls ear ly and stamp under the rooster It is the duty of every Demo crat to vote and not one should fail to be at the polls on the day of election SALEtMy property on Greensburg street containeacres room painted guttered and screened good well and good buildings A desirable home and goes at a bargain F T SMITH Columbia Ky REAL ESTATE Is changing hands rapidly at good prices If you want to buy or sell come and see or write to Stulta Tutt agentssMr John D Lowes residence is completed and he will remove to it in about two weeks FOR RENTSolne houses and lota an some small farms Apply B Cox T e L FIFTH 2 1eNUE HOTEL IIiFEte o333i1i 6 VBET STREETS O LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY C 33330 EEE Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled A Firstclass iHotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale U 0andPIKE CAMPBELL Manager i COOO r I OOOBCticut Mutual II +hife Insurance 60 I f e I UNEQUALED RECORD IReceived from Policy Holders 228376268 Returned to Policy Holders 228724073 Present Assets 6500 If you want the best at the Lowest 00IAPPLY TO Or W L SMITH E MURRELL IJ Columbia Ivy GENERAL AGENT Louisville Ky il WOOD ON LEWIS JA3 C LEWIS Uood50p leUiS 9 Bro ARE NOW RECEIVINU Four carloads of Buggies SurreysI and other vehicles Four car Wagons Two carloads of Plows Oliver Chilled Plows Hillside Plows Double Shovel and Pony Plows Two carload Disc Harrows Corn Drills Two carloads of TwoHorse Cultivators Tongue and Tongueless Walking and Ridin Cultivators OneHorse Cultivators TwoHorse Corn Plant ers FERTILIZER Ten car loads of Fertilizer We will sell you Fertil izer at prices that will surprise you Write us for prices and information Mention Adair County News when you write WOODSON LEWIS BRO Greensburg Kentucky I THE MARCDM HOTEL COLUMBIA KY + IS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN f Architecture containing 35 now neat and well von + X tilated rooms It is nicety furnished conveniently Y located and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Thre 1 e good sample rooms for commercial men rtit CI v 0il BRO234242 EAST MARKET ST STS LOUISVILLE KY o Rates 100 per dayAbsolute Satis foction Guaranteed SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS SULLIVANl L H REDDISH W PEAK SULLIVAN SECYI Home Tobacco Warehouse Co STRICTLY INDEPENDENT COMBINE DAILY SALES PROMPT RETURNS 4 Months Storage Free NOS 929931933935 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY HARDWARE SADDLES HARNESS FARM III PLEMENTS AND FIELD SEEDS THE EMPIRE Diso ana HOB Wheat Drills GLOBE FERTILIZER IThe Best for MONEY Market CORN DRILLS o EMPIRE SHOE SUPERIOR Disc PLANTERS FRIEND AND BLACK HAWK CULTIVATORS o NEW WESTERN LITTLE JOKER AND BUCKEYE BUGGIES and HARNESS FRED W LIIPOLD LANDON BAILEY J W NOT IN THE the on the PLOWS 0 VULCAN PLOWS ARE THE BEST WAGONS 0OLD HICKORY AND TENNESSEE FARM WAGO- NSFERTILIZER 0 GLOBE AND NATIONAL NONE BETTER We can please you in anything needed in our line Call on us Wm F JEFFRIES SON- Columbia Ky W T PYNE PREST FRED W HARDWICK SECT a TREAS r W T PYHE Mill and Supply Company JtllLIjWKIGIlTS AND MACHINISTS Jobbing Work Solicited New and SecondHand MACHINERY Sheet Iron and Tank Work No 1301Thirteenth Main Sis REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED To LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY DRESSED LUMBER The Ujderslgped pruprluir or the rjaulng Mill located near Wm Open Gate Connverdeslre to say that I am ready to deliver all kinds of lumhrr In the town of Oilurnhti nt thr very lowest prices ROUGH LUMBER lalsq keep upnnthp yard a lanr sunoH ofunrtnwd lunihr which J will deliver upon the mine terms AlltaNte ts to examine my material and iret my prices WALKER MQRRISOI COLUMBIA KENTUCKY PERSONAL MENTION Mr Geo Stints went to Somerset r Monday Mr Allen Pile was in Lebanon last Thursday Mr Sam Wheat was in town thefrs of the week Mr Jo Reed visited the Fair at St weekIMr Jo Coffey Jr was at Montpe tier last Sunday Mr J C Hackney of Alabama is visiting in Columbia Mr W R Lyon of Campbellsville was here last Friday Mr E V Miller Crocus was in Columbia last Sunday Mr C R Warriner and wife have cated at Campbellsville Mrs Tim Bradshaw was quite sick several days of last week Yr John Conover is in in Louisville this week selling tobacco Miss Annie Wood of Lebanon visiting Mrs Henry Coleman Mrs E T Hood of Purcell I T is visiting relatives in this county Mrs Mary A Eubank visited relatives at Cane Valley last week Misses Jennie and Fanne Garnett returned from Louisville last Thursday Mr and Mrs J P Beard have returned from a visit to Green county Mr J A Winfrey of Boyle Casey county was here the first of the week Mrs J G Eubank visited relatives in Louisville and Jeffersonville last week MrA H Marshall CampbellsvlUe made his regular trip to this place last Friday Messrs M R Powell and Charles Calhoun Russell Springs were here Saturday Misses Addie Alexander and Elsie Dixon of Burksville are visiting Miss Alice Walker Messrs J F Montgomery and F R Winfrey are attending Russell circuit court this week Mr Allen Walker has returned from Bowling Green where he went with a car load of horses Rev J H Nicholson pastor of the M E Church Gradyville was in C0 lumbia last Thursday Mr S K Burton and wife of Mobile Ala arrived on a visit to relatives and friends Monday night Messrs W L Brockman and J S Chapman of Glensfork returned from Louisville Friday night Mrs W R Myers Miss Myrtle Myers and Mr Fred Myers will return from the Fair this week Mrs Sarah Flowers and her daughter Miss Nancie Kate returned from 4 Salem Oregon last week Mrs Ellen B Wheat is attending the Worlds Fair Before returning she will visit relatives in Illinois Mr Jas Meader and a young Mr Sanders and aMr Cheek of Campbells ville spent last Sunday in ColumbiaI Mr Geo Alford of Lexington was here last Friday buying horses He was accompanied by Mr Wolford DyeI of Middleburg Dr Fayette Owsley Mr Julius Young and Misses Elsie Dixon and Addie Hooker Alexander of Burksville were visiting in Columbia last Friday and Saturday Mr E H Hughes cashier of the First National Bank leftfor Bradfords ville last Sunday where he will spend a few days with his brotherinlaw Mr B F Hunter who is in a very low state of health Rev C R Payne Business Manager of the LindsayWilson Training School is in Cumberland and Barren counties this week in the interest of the school Mr Payne will return in a few days and his father and mother Mr and Mrs V N Payne will recompany him to make their home in Columbia Miss Lina Rosenfield who spent three or four weeks in Middlesboro re ports that she was happily entertained during her stay and that she was perfectly delighted with the metropolis of Eastern Kentucky Her father and brother George are in business in that city and are getting along nicely Mr Jesse V White who was severely hurt last week in an accident is im proving slowly He was at work on a dwelling which is being erected by Mr JC Strange when the scaffold gave way Mr White falling to th ground a distance of fifteen or twenty feet Fortunately he lit upon his feet but the shock was so severe that his limbs were partially paralized and he was compelled to take his bed His friends hope to see him out in a few days Mr R C Gilmer a former citizen of Adair county but who has been living in Missouri for twentyone years is here on a visit Twentyone yearS haS made but little change in his appear ance He is hale and hearty and is evidently enjoying the warm hospItality of his friends of by gone days Mr Gilmer resides at Blairatown arid his nice Miss Sallie Gilmer a daughter of the late Alfred Gilmer makes her home at his house and is enjoying reasonably good health Mr Alfred Gilmers other children are all in busi ness doing well Mr Robt Gilmer has two children a son and daughter the daughter being matri dand is the mother t several children His son is in wiferwas a county She likes Missouri and isin fine health chargedWith oftthem was given eighteen months in the penitentiary the other nix mouths Mr Tim Craveas who is an expert examiner reeeived p call from Burks ViUeto be at tht place for the next ten days to engage In taking depositions He left for that pIece last week Mr H C Walker of Gradyville was in town Monday He stated that the people of his town were generally well and that no deaths oraccidenta ofa serious nature had occurred since our last report flOur that place Before leaving he took occasion to say that Rev JP Scruggs of the Baptist Church on last Sunday preached to a large congregation delivering one of the best ennonshe ever heard LOCAL JOTTINGS Born to the wife of W O Pile Mon day October 15 a son Martha J Cochran has been appointed postmistress at Celeste Casey coun ty Eld Z T Williams is assisting Eld J Q Montgomery in a meeting at Cave City Miss Alice Walker handsomely enter tained a number of her young friends Saturday afternoon Parties indebted to Wm F Jeffries Son note or account are requested to settle same a once The M E Church at Mell Green county will be dedicated next Sunday A large crowd is expectedto be present G T Sherrill bought two lots from N M Tutt in the new addition of the town and will build in the near future A son of Sim Burgin 13 years old fell from a tree near Liberty Sunday while gathering chestnuts and was killed DEAR SteYou may discontinue my add concerning cattle as they are sold J T Jones Montpelier Ky Middleburg Casey county is to have a bank The capital stock will be 15000 A new bank building is also being erected at McKinney Miss Myrt Staples opened her parlor doors to a number of friends last Fri day evening Refreshments were serv ed and the evening delightfully spent The cooperation meeting of the Christian churches of Adair county will be held at Hebron church beginning on Friday night before the fifty Sunday in October Persons living in Columbia who have not registered must go before the coun ty clerk and get a certificate either on October 31st Nov 1st or Nov 2d otherwise they cannot vote For these dates there will be no charge for regis tration R M Hopkins will hold Sunday school Institute in Columbia beginning on Sunday night of the fifth Sunday in October Every body is invited to at tend the meetingS It will be an enjoy able occasion for Sundayschool work ers The trial of Wm Griever for killing a man named Franklin was to have come up at Jamestown yesterday The killing occurred several months ago in front of Griderss store in the town of Jamestown Mr Rollin Hurt of this place is one of the lawyers for the de fense Two or three weeks ago the News serted an advertisement about a game called Trailand we stated that it could be furnished at 20c which should have been 5Oc It is well worth the money Address Combination Card Co Atlanta Ga Mr Brad tassie and the Masonic Fraternity or this place purchased of Mr J B Barbee last Saturday seven acres of land lying back of Mr Man ales residence for 800 The land ad joins the present cemetery and it wili be divided by Mr Massie and the fra ternity and the part the Masons will get will be used and known as the Masonic Burying Ground This does not mean that only Masons can be bur ied in the enclosure but the Fraternity will have full control of it It will be laid off in lots and the lots sold The oldeSt Baptist minister in Ken tucky Rev Wm May of Perryville is dead He was 93 years old and had been preaching 75 years and during all that time lie never accepted a cent of money for his services During his ca reer he married 3000 persons baptized 5000 and officiated at 5000 funerals He leaves twelve children fifty children fifteengreatgrandchildrenand five greatgreat grandchildren He was married three times on Thursday was born on Thursday was converted on Thursday and died on Thursday eveningEldadopted rollcall services which proved helpfulThisbersan opportunity to talk in the meetings Here the way the services are conducted The clerk calls the toll of the members and in the meantime a number have been selected to talk or read an essay on a subject announced by the pastor There were quite a number ot snbrt talks and several good papers at etch serviceand aJt present seemed interested in the work assigned them These exercises will probably be ffreqdetit dcc iirence MA RRIEDIN LOUISVlLLE Tuesday evening of last week at 7 oclock Mr J C Browning who lives at Milltown this county and Miss Mary Dohoney whose home was four miles out onCampbellsville pike were mar riedat the Willard Hotel Louisville The attendants were Mr W H Flow ers and Miss Vernon Oohoney The ceremony was very impressively said by Rev J H Moore of the Baptsit Church There w ere several Co- lumbians in Louisville when the bridal Party arrived They were all notified and witnessed the ceremony Mr Browning isa prosperous farmer and trader and his bride is one of the best young women in the county The couple have many friends throughout the county who trust that their lives may be happily spent down to good old age For the present they will reside upon Mr Brownings farm near Mill town INRIS YINTIETH YEdR Last Saturday afternoon Mr Cluff Thomas a native and well known citi zen of this county died in the neigh borhood where he had lived the most of his life He lacked a few months of being ninety years old His wife died about seven years ago and since her demise the subject of this notice had been in declining health The deceased was a farmer and had many friends He was buried Sunday a great many relatives and former neighbors being present During his long illness here ceived the best attention and his im mediate surviving relatives desire to return their thanks to the many who volunteered their services until the end came WILL BORE FOR OIL The indications are that the oil inter est in Adair county will be at fever heat in a very few days A company has been organized with Steam Yoates at its head who say they ex pect to expend 2000000 in Adair and adjoining counties in sinking oil wells The company will begin operations on Wooten and Pulliams land lying on Harrodsfork in about ten days The timber for putting up derricks is now being sawed at Wooten Bros mill The places for putting down wells on Harrodsfork have been selected and not less than six holes will be bored on this creek There is every indication of oil in this locality Last Sunday gas was lighted on the stream and it burned for several hours The people of Harrodsfork believe they are in the Eldorado and excitement is high We have just closed a very gracious meeting with Big Creek church Adair county in which the pastor was assist ed by Bro A L Brown of Buffalo Ky The meeting continued 14 days The visible results were ten conversions and the church strengthened in its faith Bro Browns preaching was sound gos pel preaching a good yoke fellow in the ministry The Holy Spirits power was seen on the tenth day or the meeting as the writer never saw it before Al most every christian tried to glorify his Savior in leading sinners to Christ Ev ery sinner was moved to tears Twenty four came to the altar for prayer in less than five minutes after the invitation was given All the conversions were from the Sundayschool but one To God be all the glory and honor now and forever C Geo Alford of Lexington was here last Friday to buy stock He purchased one pair of mules for 190 and a mare from Ed Staples for 7500 Al Pedigo was also here He bought two mules from G B Smith for 170 and sold the same to Allen Walker He also bought a mare from Ivan Patter son for 175 Massie Chewning liverymen bought four mules from Smith Nell for 520 Our readers are deprived of the Gradyville letter this week our efficient correspondent Mr W M Wilmore being absent from home He was a delegate to the Masonic Grand Lodge last week and when deliberations clos ed he was detained in Louisville buying his Fall stock of goods Next week all the important happenings of Gradyville will appear in the News The Lebanon Steam Laundry W R Johnston proprietor has put in new machinery and is now doing the finest of work Messrs Reed Miller this place are the agents for this section of the State and satIsfaction is guar anteed If you want your linen done up by a firstclass laundry send it to Reed Miller At the session of the Masonic Grand Lodge which closed in Louisville last week Mr Jas Garnett Jr was elect ed Deputy Grand Master and Mr J M Campbell of Pellyton was chosen Grand Pursuivant Next year Mr Garnett will be elected Grand Master which will be a very distinguished honorWANTEDTwo bright men to travel for an old established house Good chances for advancement Expenses advanced Address W A WELLS Columbia Ky The attention ofthe traveling public is called to the ad of the Brinton Hotel Lebanon It is near the depot Bells old stand where good accommo dations can be seCured at a reasonable price Every body in Columbia and in the vicinity of toWn should hear Miss Bettie Lewis next Friday evening If yowl have not registered go before the county clerk either pn October 31st Nov 1st or Nov 2d Be sure and attend the entertainment at the cuurtbouse neat Friday evening FREE In the next 60 days Frank Sin clair will give a pocketknife to every boy who buys an overcoat or suit of clothes Remember that Miss Bettie Lewis will entertain at the courthouse next Friday evening Next Friday evening will be the regular convocation of Columbia Chap ter No7 BLISS Mr Coakley of Campbellsville was here last week in the interest of tombstones Mr John Pennington sold a young mare mule colt to S H Mitchell for 65 Mrs T Grissom and son Bruce returned home Thursday from a visit to the Worlds Fair and other points in Missouri Mrs Hanna Brown and grandnephew Kakilus Wilson of Pulaski county visited her brother John Pennington the past few days R E Tandy is building a barn J H Waggener is the contractor Whit Coomer has just moved into the house which has been erectedon Mrs Sue Grissoms farm J K Robertson of your city was in this section buying a lot of sorghum fromJ G McCaffree Wednesday The latter understands his business inherited from his father Mr Wm McCaf free who was noted those days for making such excellent stuff Tom Coffey of Keltner was visiting the family of T R Price a few days ago Brack Massie of Columbia passed here with four fine mules purchasedof Smith Nell Wednesday Mrs J D Flowers who has been confined to her bed for some time with rheumatism is mending slowly Jas O Grissom and family left Fri day for Lincoln county on a visit to Mrs Grissoms parents Mr and Mrs J C Horton G W Staples and wife of your city were visiting here Thursday The first touch of Jack Frost made its appearance Friday morning TOPPA Mr Pink Coffey has sold his stock of dry goods to his brother Sam and W F Sanders and entered the same busi ness at Fairplay Pink made many friends during his stay at Joppa and we wish him success wherever he goes Mrs S P Miller Mrs Fffie Willis Catherine and Ralph and Miss Dora Young will leave this week for the Worlds Fair O E Young who went to Bosworth Mo two years ago for his health is at home on a visit Mr Thos Sinder and R O Cabell made a business trip through the Green River country last week Rev J P Scruggs preached quite an interesting sermon at Zion last Sunday Subject We should try to please God and not man Mr Robt Murrell is quite sick ROLLIXGBURG Matthew Bridgewater bought of J J Craddock nine fat cattle at 310 per hundred At the oore sale an aged mare sold for 105 A weanling mule for 50 and a fat cow for 21 Elijah Paxton was taken suddenly ill Sunday night and is avery little better at this writing J R Wilson is having his walnut timber sawed and shipped A T Powell sold a fat heifer for fif teen dollars Julius Hartfield and H Buchanan were at the Morrison well Sunday G T Rogers of Milltown was here last week on business Burress Paxton are drilling a well forty B Lowall Wood Paxton and wife of Bliss vis ited relatives here last week Mrs M R Burress and little son Walton visited at L E McGinnis E B Shirrell and family visited Lot Paxton at Exie Saturday night KNULEY Warm dry weather continues and fall plowing is progressing slowly Our people are busy making sorghum molasses Mrs Mary Chetham of Cumberland county Mrs Cora Young and Mrs Bet tie Williams visited Mrs Sarah Young last Wednesday and Thursday A Sallee moved from our town to near Columbia a few days ago Mr James Slaughter moved to Somerset last week John A Beard has bought the widow Lee Williams place and will move to it soon Ruel Tucker will move to a house on H H Tuckers place next year Sheriff F W Miller was here last week collecting taxes Dr J C Gose and W I Ingram have zeturned from a visit to the Worlds Fair andOklahomu The little son of Eb Holmes who got scalded is in a serious condition J B Russell is in Louisvllle buying his fall nd winter goOds Born to the wife of Art Morris on the 5tb a son DUNNJ1ILLE Scarcely any sickness at all in this community Most everbody is busy making sor gum and digging potatoes Misses Beautrice Kennett and Bettie Pelley are visiting their sister Mrs N Pelly Eld W K Azbillor Columbia preached a very interesting sermon at the Christian Church Sunday Mrs Capt Ed Pelly Mrs S J Bell Mrs J W Rubarts Mrs J Win frey Mr Harmon and daughter Miss Carrie have returned from a visit to the Worlds Fair John Morgan one of our best young men was marriedt Miss Minnie Cue duff an accomplished daughter of W E Cundiff this place last Sunday at Lonisville The couple have the best wishes of this community A social was given at the home of Mr P B Morgan lastTue3day evening in honor of the bride and groom All who attended reported a good time Last Wednesday at 10 oclock a m Miss Lucy Bell and D George Purdy Miss Ollie Rice and Mr Clayton Mercer were married at the home of the brides parents The ceremony was performed by Eld Wyatt Montgomery MIDLJLEBURG Clarence Coleman prominent young newspaper man of this place has been appointed field manager of the Cumber land Commercial of Burnside Rev Geo Baker is probably the only blind editor in the State He is editor of the paper Mr Luther Gibson and Miss Lizzie Lay a prominent young couple of Ca sey county eloped to Temperance and were made one Sunday Mrs Richard McDaniel is on the sick list Mrs J W McWhorter who has been ill for several days is considerably bet ter we are glad to report A Mrs Field of Tennessee is visi ting her sister Mrs E E Kelsay at Yosemite School is progressing nicely under the management of Prof J L Lawhorn and assistants We have got the best school in Southern Kentucky Miss Dollie McCormack of Huston vile has been visiting her mother Mrs J C Coulter John Henderson a citizen of Need more this county is the Boss corn raiser He has got corn that only takes 52 ears to make a big bushel Who can beat it A Farmers Deposit Bank was organ ized here Friday the 14th with J C Coulter president and D A Thomas cashier R H Casey of New Castle has the contract to erect the building It will be rushed to completion so that they will be ready for business by Christmas Geo Wesley a citizen of our neigh borhood is seriously ill at this time The doctors have no hopes of his recovery W R Estes is baling hay for W J Godbey Farmers of Casey are busily engaged gathering the cream off their farm Most all are done sowing their dollar wheat and all their tobacco is housed The only complaint they make is that they havent enough houseroom for their tobacco J B Wesley of Bethelridge has be gun his candidacy for county clerk J C Lay and wife Mrs W J God bey C M Hatter and Miss Della God bey have returned from the St Louis Exposition Mr Joss Cloyd and family of Hedge yule visited relatives here last week PELT YTO P H Zearbaugh who has typhoid ver improves very slowly W O Pelley of Edith has about covered from an attack of typhoid fever J M Campbell our leading mer chant i in Louisville buying fall and winter goods D O Pelley and Z T Campbell have returned home and say they have made lots of money The Pellyton Baseball team crossed bats with Dunnville and Luttrell creek boys four games this season and the former won three of the games Geo L Perryman who has been sick with lung trouble is improving Dr J T Hammonds has completed his drugstore FOR SALE Team of mules wagon and har ness Also 5 horse power Gaso line engine in good running order Pile Bros 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 Bros GOOD FiRM FAR SALE I will sell my farm for a fair price It is in a good community and in state of cultivation Contains80 goodI nearly all in grass It is a splendid home for some one and is only 8 miles from Columbia near Russells creek W F JEFFRIES Columbia Ky G L HUGHES GO LOUISVILLE KY Headquarters for Building V aterist such as Sasli Doors Blinds Mouldings4 Etc Etc EGGERSESTABLISHED 1860 jt TRI OR I220 WEST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE KENT UCKY CALL TO SEE cjrns E stoJEWELER OPTICIANFOR Diamonds Watches Jewelry Etc GOODS FOR HOLIDAYS NOW ON DISPLAY HOME TELEPHONE 5540 CUMB MAIN 2786 a08 East Market StreetBet Floyd and Preston LOUISVILLE KY Lebanon Steam Laundry LEBANON KENTUCKY w Jottf1STON t1oprt eton This is one of the Best and most Reliable Laundries in the States Reed Miller Columbia Ky are the Agents for this section Send them your linen and the work will be neatly and promptly executed Home Telephone 3189 Cumberland Tehphone 34G4A James Creene 1tFuroiturc carpets Mattiogs Rugs r STOLES =NtJ RANGES 425 to 429 EAST MARKTT STREET BACONS OLD STORE LOUISVILLE KY4 DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Furniture Chairs and lYlatrosses3 No 527 WEST MAIN StreetsloUBet Fifth and Sixth W O fV l I KY IPickett Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT C A Bridges Co PROPnIETORB Cot Eighth and Main Streets CHAS BRIDGESLOUIs3LILL6 KY Four Months Storage Free Ofall the Hats in this fair land Theres none more reliable than THE FALLS CITY BRAND SOLD TO DEALERS ONLY JOHANBOEKE BROS c CO LouisVIlle Ky VPresI400422 E MARKET ST Above Preston LOUISVILLE KY oe Jdest J5qulpt tOO pet a botell the U1nitcb States STREET= CAR FACILITIES ITa ALL PARTS OF CITY r FROMR BRYAXS PAPER Geo Ado says Indiana win give a republican majority of 40000 Sad how soon these great humor jets run out- The trusts are going to exppri ence trouble in selling the public another jnb lot oJ life preservers stuffed with old iron Senator SpooI1 is denial would have been much stronger if it had not ben quite stro g au appear fer sympathy The gentlemen wbo complain that prPsldonttul campaigns uueat tl husinHes are tilldiug drfhculty- ru securing the proof this year It will Eitrika u good many pA ple that Senator SPOOUfilf is offering to Provo his innocAuce hy niAtc who daro not bl mil the acts That Ominous rustlng from somewhere in Ohio jan indica tion that Gnernl Grosvenor is getting his prediction machines oiled up- Chairman Crrtplyou is of the decided opinion that Audresw Carnegie rs offering some trolJg ar- gameute in favor of the republi can tIcket The Wisconsin and New York situations call for a lot of ort speaking on the part of the president but big sticking is noticeabl by its absence The banks report u slow demand for money Men never rush hur riedly to a bank to borrow money They hesitate and approachwith diffidence The LaFolletto decision and the Steffens expose came so close tC ether that Senator Spoouer IS ex ousable for believing that someone has it in for him The New York Tribune is now earnestly strviuk to convince the suprem9 court that it knovmi much less t ba n President Rooseyelt about common law Mr Rockefeller has about arrived at the stags where hH can Provo that he earns his money by pOint ing to tho articles written by Mr Lauseu md Miss Tarbell Gov Wright talks long about what the U S have done for the Filipinos But the U S have been guilty of many sine of omission also Republican leaders are explain ing by saying that Mr Roosevelt wrote those books long years before he ever entertained au idea of run ring for the presidency PIIlLOPln OFA IRNClLPUSIIBR A ton of logic will not outweigh an ounce of sentiment The conk is the real nutcocmlt of the breakfast table A man may insure sgniufot hoiusc breakers but from the inroads of the housekeFper there itl no pr teetionIn music practice makes per- feet In love it makes cynics SfolfishlJf rather thuD chivalry ClUses a mUll to give ut his sevl when a pretty woman enters th CAr Ae you continue to tip the wai ter it is dnicalc to boliv tbat procrastination does not plY Kisses like poker chips fan tr the lot of the man who knows hole to bluff Although woman may marry for lovu tlwro is no reason why sho should be contented to livo up on it Bravo moo win battles tcionR nten win wontou The man with a pant fascinates women despite the fact that he has no future A piece of work which is wor thy of much praise is n river steamer constructed of the pith from cornstalks that IS now on ex hlbitlon in the barber shop of Shelby McGrath The Work is that of an artist who boars no reputation and is hardly known ten miles from his homo in Estill p county Ho is a crippled negro but spends much of Me time in making things of this kind Ho presented it to a friend in the city who visited him some time ago Every part oriho craft 18 made in a very scientific maunerand should bo soon bY111 The maker has been offered a big prooo for hie work =biinvihIo Advocate largecrowdand Snator DrcOroary spoke at Franklin GENERALNEIVS Frederick Eugene infant Bob of John Shumaker of ISew Haven died of brain fever Bon Essex 15 years of ageia- deadin Lame county of typhoid fever Sqm Montgomery and flies Xn- uio Dean of 1Vashington county were married at Springfield John r Oaks and Miss Alice Ferris Porter Williams amid Miss Nellie White all of Taylor cdan tyivero unit d ll1 marriage hoe Durham of OtmpballvilJp while skating on roller ekatee fell nod broke Isle right arm if tivi- goes Laruo Circuit Court at Hodgefi- ville heavily flupd und imprisol d quite n numlwr for sellh1g j user Louis Hayden of Nelson ountya oldest und meet promi n5ciizttlI died at the age of j He left mime children T Craig Ralston formerly with he Dllllvllle Advocate has 1Hfn- IlUmlUlltf d by the Democrats of Jffereon county Colorado for County Clerk and Recorder Mr Lewis Applpgnt formerly of Bardstown now L N Agent at Tackshoro Teuu and Miss Flora Krebs of Now Haven were married at the lattar plllco Octo hrr 24 Over 1 200 people heard Hon Ollie James speak at Dixon last week Two prominent republicans of New York were arrested for alleg ed colonization orlllogal voters The number of voters who registered in Greater New York the first two days is placed at nearly half a million Democrats are encouraged at these figures David B Hill of NewYork addressed a demoratic mass meet ing at Indianapolis one llght last week The hall was crowded and many people unable to secure admittance Chairman OBrien of the Iudi ana democratic State committee feels confident the vote of the Hoosier State will be cast for Parker and Davis The Indiana campaign will bo waged with great vig or from noW until electIOn day The democrats ofXtwYork City held masrmeeting in Madison square Garden which attracted tremendous crowd Judge Parker delivered an ad dress at Rosemount Saturday to twn political dulpgatioJ9 that visited him This was the second ad dress of Judge Parker eiuceacce- pti the democratic nomination andit dealt with thF question of imperialism The epyaker dcll1r lid that the Filipinos should be treatedas the Cubana were in them ter of iudpelld8tcen In hioladerful ipecbmaking tsar of Ildiana last ekwhen he made sixtyfour speeches for Parser ad nV1I and the Democratic ticket in font day Hon 11illiaut- J Bryan oboe more d moustrated- to the world his great prsout- lIdge iim his loyalty to the Democratic party and his posses 1IIOU uf the undying confidence lUd love of the masses of the great ermmou pple NtJ greater Dom ocrut has livid tiuoe Andrew Jack ion No purer public man over lived than WIUU1 Jouuillg Bry n 1aud his great slIorts in behalf uf Purlwr rind Davis uud the Dllm- oeratio ticket will strnrgthen the forces of DJrJ1l1Qtncy everywhere Gleesuw Times TRUE S lrING The man who Is willing to face fallI ure flails wccet- SFortunegeod or badonly hurts when It tlucbes the heart We all hold the doctrine or total de prnvltyas applied to our neighbors More good Is done by dispensing good cheer than by giving away dollars A Geld or Ice looks tropical compared to a race with a cat Iron smile The creed without bones or difficulty Is usually ot the jellyfish order A man always feels most liberal when he has forgotten to bring his cash We are judgci3 not by the poetry we applaud but by the plain prose we apply When faith andlovc go t work tic ret they never stop to think of thti weather fP=A fat cow for salt W M 1Bryan- tEste Ky r PULASKI DENQCRAT- is time to be wise determine d and raltbtui The bickerlnRa and strife of Republican factions may por tend no good to the ilttleband ot from fifteen hundred to two thousand true and trledDemotratgof Pulaski Be not deceived Nut one prlnclple- ot Democracy can any Democrae af rordtu surrender tQ wintbe approval of any number ot meo cot once can any Democrat ie Pula kl alrd waverin hJs1ca1ty to the basic prlocl pals uponwhich his party rests In Espousing thccause or any Dominec or our party lit it ho distinctly understood that the tint a iiJdCratini with every Democratu etg- bodinent uf sane and soundDewuc racy This is a union ot strength and truth that bringe victory worthy afar just muse Goo E Stone presented to the voters uf Pulaski as a Democrat 9t Democrats deceivingg no man and corrupting uo man and with Intention to wrung no man absolutely without fault or blemish In reputation and characterIt be equivalent to the corn mission ut au unpardonable sin for any Democrat In the county to tall to to the polls and vote fur Stone It will be to the everlasting credit lIt any Republican who desires to comp iwent such a cbaracter or who wants to register his condemnation ot politi cal dishonesty and arrogant bossism In his own party to vote fur Stone la the announcerneutot Judge Stone publlsbed throughout the district is the assurance that it elected to Con gress be will owe the honor to the votes of Republicans and lndtpec dents as well as the Democrats with the pl dge to be In that event the olllelal representative or aU tile pto pIe composing the dstrlctnut a mere faction or a party rent and torn by internal contentions and unholy am- bltluns The purpose of announcing Judge Stone fur a speech at Somerset last Saturday was that he mightmake this plain to thoie who honored him with theIr presence and attention lIe was providentially prevented from making the opening speech ot a short campaign on that day and his health Is such that be way nut b able to wake or fulfill any other appontments In the county or district during the caw duty uf Democrats or Pulaski Is plain enough You have a magnificent ticket to support You have the true principals ot republican government to defend You should desire no victories based upon corrupt methods fir false or fraudulent pretense This Is not a battle ot a day but for all ti tore days Hew to tile line let the chips fa I where they may Somerst Journal a MINERAL WATER It Has Been Recently Found on the Farm of C Morrison Taylor County This well is on the Campbellsville and Greensburg pike five miles from the former place and seven from the latter The well is 88 feet deep and the water is as cold as a person would want it It is situated on Mr J C Morrisons place who is making preparations to tale a few boarders The following gives a full explana tionAgricultural Experiment Staten State College of Kentucky Lexington Ky July 30 5541ineral water sent by J C Morrison Campbellsville Taylor county Ky July 18 1J01 Tho sample was received July 21 lJOJ in pint bottle The water smellltl strongly ofhydrogen sulphide and there was a deposit of sulphur in the bottle ANALYSIS The water contains 3209 grains qf solid matter to the gallon composed mainly of chlorides and sulphates of dium calcium and magneisum some calcium carborbonate and traces of iron potassium and lithium compounds and a trace of borates The water contained also n very considerable quantity of drogen sulphide Is very good saline sulpur water ALFRED M PETER Chemist LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the LoulsvlJl Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLI4 Extra shipping f5 256 Lightshipping 4 ifid1625 Best buttbers 4 5044 i6 Fair to good butchers 3754 00 Commontomedlumbtchr 3 253 50 zsoas Choice packing and butchers u00 to 300 lbs 50 Fair to good packing160- to 200s 5 Oood to extra light 120 l00 lbw Gip aazxrnrmLAIiy Good to extra shipptng Sheep 3 26fd3 F81rto cod y 2 50 Canlnton tomedium125rtI 76 The October Wo3IANs HOME Coat PANION makes good the boB hat it- Is an all rountJ magailneBesides- arch iesof espedli liliterest towomen on Fashioac Howie EtrteltatDmeDts Looker etc there is all untisaaTnurn- her ci JlmeJyteAtur Lee J aircbf i writes 0nTheEucnyBlde at Political Campaign there are four unusual unpublished portrattsof the- Presidential candidates David felaico- In his Advice to the Girl wltli ira watlcAmbitionsgives someIoside- tnfortpation as to now ioget on the stagfi Morgan RQb rtso the wel1 known writer ofseaasles tiesa thritl ing description of the submarIne boat Tjiee a Making Terror of the Seaq rr1ellr t serial The icing Diamondsbegins In his number- and there are excellei6 short atonese by J L14arbour Sara Amhlerand Gilbert Nilsoti Published by The Crow ll Publishing Co Sprlfifih1d 0 ceois a copy The Courier Journal and The Adair County News six months 60 cents COLUMBIA MARKET REPORTED BY SAM LEWI9 Wool Grease clean 21 Washed Wool 271 Beeswax 22 Feathors New 44 Old 10 to 30 HIdes Green 5 Hides Dry 10 Ginseng 45C Spring Chickens 7t Old Hens iiEggs 15 Guinea Eggs 0 Dried Apples Yellow Roots 40 May Apple 2i This report will be submitted for revision waekly VETINERY SURGEON FistuloPollevil splints speviaor any sur lcal work done at fair prIces I am fixed to take care of stock SpecIal attention to eyes S D ORENSHAWi- G mile from Columbl on nlsappolntmentI CIIEAP RATESSOUTHWEST Sourthern Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas Homeseekers Opportunities Heres your chance Very low oneway and round trip rates Southwest this winterlbout half the regular fare tWIce a month nearby dates are Dec 15 1904 May 5 to Sept 2 and J6- 19M Good time to visit Southeast Missouri Arkansas Louis iana or Texas and boaLion Round trip tickets permit stopover on the going trip return limit 21 days Write and tell us your starting point sand whereyour n t to go We will tell y exactly what your ticket will cost one way or round trip we will eeo that your baggage is checked and that you are comfortably located on the right train Writefor our illustrated descriptive literature maps lists of real estate agents and let us help you find a better home in the country along the Cotton Belt Route Writo today to h O Schaflor11 A Cotton Belt Route CintiO or E J La Beaume G P T A Cotton Belt RoutoStLoUlsMo CHEAP LAMA Fot IIomeseekars and ColonIes The country along the Cotton Belt Route lu Southeast Missouri Arkan His Northwest Louisiana and Texas offers the greatest opportunities fot Homeseekers Mild climate good watercbeap building material abund- aace of fuel and soil that will often lu single season yield enough to pay for the ground Land can be bought as cheap as e260au acre prairie land at 94 and Ij per acre up bottom land ate and t0 per acre ups Improved or partly cleared land atelO and 916 per acre up Some fine proposttfons for oolontestract3 of 2000 to 8000 acres at It 910 per acrebig money 1n thiS for agood organlzgrFrult and treck lands lu the famous peach and tomato belt of East Texas at Sloio s2 per acre up Write us for information about cheap rates excursfondates soifteratnredescriptivuofthis great country and tat us JiiIQyou Utlci homc tbstwUi cost vauno more tbniit- yre rent von pay every year- F YLABEAQt 01 A Cotton BCh Route t Lrtilelili- t C 1DY 1 I DENTIST I sncGold F wdrk AIrattentfouJiiventoI Sna LtBEi TY COLLEGE YKENTUCKY A select BoardingSchool for girls andyoungvo1n Boarders limited to fifty This insures 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stated above will tie accept U10 rCt3JPt tf TEN t CDNTBl JOHN L WHEflI Sc6rctarll dA Troasurr UTICA 1 ME yICORPORAT 421 West Main Street KENTUCKYWHOLESALE Lime Fire Brick Louisville Cement The Famous Black Diamondor other brands Fire Clay Portland Cement PipeplasterPariEnquiries for prices nrrited Ol dots ftornPtlY Filled DEHLER BROTHERS r 116 East Ntrket Street LOUISVILLE ENTUCYY Carry All Heights In FOR CATALOGUE PATTERSON HOTEL IJ7 MeST0WN KY Nobettor place can be found than at the above named hotel ts new elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied with the best the market affords Feed Stable in connection J B PATTEUSONI HURT BROS COLUMBIA NTUCKY- Besset 13uilding liutnbe1 The undersigned have just put in new machinery and are ready possibleGustom Work Veranda Trimmings Mouldings Etc a specialty OFFICE SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE SAME OLD STAND PHONE 43iL C HURT EDVTIN SURT Bigger StocksJ Better Values In Carpets Rugs Mattings and Linoleum Four Immense DisplayFloors Qualities and Prices Right When in Louisville be sure to can on us You are wel come whether you buy or no- tBOSHuDDu61l 524526528 W Market Sit LOU ISVIILL KY DR JAMES MENZIES Columbia Ky AT OFFICEI OJEOpffj1Y Consultation and Examination Free at Office J C BROWNINO R P BROWNING DROWNING BROS LIVERYMEN Splendid Vohiclc first lnss Scams safodriveri Our Stable nt altAmes ill well stocked with provendor Your trade 0Jicited Entrance =Water Street Now outfits for all purposes FOR THE LANDS SAKE USE BOWKERS FERTILIZER lVla lufactl1redat Cincinnati Ohio Why use Dowkers Fertilizers Dowkers Fertilizers are scientifically made on formulas made by men who arc practical farmers as well as scientists who have made a special study of plants and their habits or growth They are made or the very best materials and bought jn enormous quantities so when compounded BOWKER Fertilizers can besokl and are cold at the very lowest prices con oursgoods and get prices Remember these have been well in this county For saleby S tiT Gt t 1 iCKINLEY 00 Columbia y