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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h Th 7 t Qth to1bair at intj NtW f T VOLUME s COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENT UC1zY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 HJ04- d NUMBER 1 PJiXOFEIOEDIEEOTORY f E EItr IOSTHASTRP UfoLL JiW DEPUTY POSTMASTER lie L urs week days 739am to 959pm foLKT DIRECT ORC Vf Three xankins a year Third bndy Jnnary third and iondny Septtntwtr lit JlCH G Bake awiwAilthn Atwnwy A A Huddlcrton crIL1 W rjt rlcJ F Neat JjjMTl nouRT Fir tM eday In each month uteT A MorreU nty Attorney Jas GrneU Jr trT Stints j K Conover W Burton Srveyc F T KC ffree x 3JElltW D Jaw t xsC RusseU Y CMJITIIrUIar court second Monday fa uhu rn ve Ebauk TMrfornn McatgnmeS ha1G T Mower Jr eJ K il DIRECTORY PUISBVTESIAH ur Rer Clemens ttond and fourth Sundays in as vr tySUlmal at a every Sab metins cry Wednesday night UETHODIST n TRjiit Rev f Lewis pastor i i aid third Sundays in each month Sabbath at a m Prayer as riLt BAPT- ISTrrkw J PScrnggt po tor tit laj J in task month Sunday ar t a W Prepermeeting- it iIH1iffiTIAri pmuPOTBL B Wright s Pint IWrd FvJrtfc Sendwrs in ar every Sabbath at amrtiar Wednesday night LODGESISONIC No96FA1LRegnllr- t over bank on Friday night or IS thp ftl in eb month Gorjon Yorises ery WM m mm Jr Secretary vwt t4AlarIR R V Mo moots Friday 1rtelltst e EaaeaJeihiaeILP thudiWtw Secretary THE JakofallTrades II E lamps W3t rIShells Corn w Wood Grinds Feed rn iIatR Cider Mills ho Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Ruts Printing Presses t Jter machinery Me Is Running the Press Tor This Paper K eets nothing ttf keep when no F iir It fsts from to 2 centspe ivur vher orkingr particulars ul on r tddr- eSFairhanksMorse o Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVLLE KENTUCKY v F TiKFiiis to SON Agts i NRY i EFJDiEMAK 3WtOtdKETSTLQUISVILLE SOLE AGENT FOR MILLERS HATS HOLS AGENT FOR YOUMANS HATS PLETB LINE JOHN B STETSON HATS Advertise in the News IT WILL INCREASE YOU R BUSINESSS ALL II 0 M E PRINT 2100 S iib scribers 0 sT1E9 1Vz ItWNOWREATYr0 Ar Bkickssufninf liorseshoeinir nod k nflkiods of Eigjr Carriage and oa view We also prepared to apply all i ikTofActr s mirBEit TIRE WerJp 3ock beat nstez PI RSONAL MENTION Mr M C Williams of Stanford was here yesterday Mr Herschel Baker Jr has returned from a visit to Lebanon Born to the wife of W R Walker Clcburn Tex October 31st a son Mr Silas Cain who left Adair county one year ago was in Columbia last week Jfand will probably buy a farm in the county Eld Lawrence Williams and Dr J S Lehman of Carrollton Ky and Mr Chas Garrison of Newport reached Adair county Monday night on a hunt ing expedition Mr Wm Linley who is one of the hack drivers between here and Camp bellsville met with a serious accident the other day He was standing upon the wheel of the hack when he fell striking the hub with his knee He will be laid up for several days WANTEDI desire to buy a number of dressed hogs Will pay the market price Miss Mary A Smith Daddy William Ryan who was known to nearly all the Masons in Ken tucky died in Louisville Sunday night a victim of pneumonia He was seven tysix years old Judge Boyle Stone and exCommon wealths Attorney Henry Aaron have formed a partnership and will practice law in Liberty and throughout the courts of this section of the State Stone Aaron make a strong firm andI we predict it will do a lucrative prac tice A good little farm for sale lyingji mile East of Eunice Ky and J of a mile of church and schoolhouse My farm has two wells a fine orchard one good stock pond about 25 acres in cultivation principally in grass the re maidder in timbered land This farm contains 69 acres a new seven room dwelling good barn and a tenant house S S Williams To the citizens of Adair county The undersigned are in the tombstone busiEness at Campbellsville Ky bellsville is your neighbor and as youE have no manufacturer of this work in Columbia would it notbe to your interIest to patronize us We guarantee satisfaction both in quality of work and prices We solicit work from Adair and adjoining counties Coakley Sims Bros VICTIM OF PERITONITIS The citizens of Columbia were greatly surprised last Monday afternoon when the news came announcing theedeath of Prof Hallie Nellof Grady ville He was taken with typhoid feIver two or three weeks ago and a few days before he died it was thought that his condition was much better Sunday unfavorable symptoms set up and on Monday Dr J H Grady was called in to the case by Dr L C Nell who is a brother of the deceased After consul tation the physicians were satisfied that peritonitis had set up and that there was no relief The patient lingered un til about 530 oclock when his lifework Nell was a teacher by profes sion and was about thirty years old He was a young man of exemplary habits was a friend to every body and every was his friend The deceased was a luster Moson a member of Breeding Lodge and his remains were buried by the Fraternity yesterday many rela rives and friends being present Gradyvillre soi row honest couteous with anabid ing faith in his Master a kindly feeling for every body his spirit went to rest An unknown disease is destroying cattle In the vicinity of Hampton Sta tit n Tenn and Guthrle Ky The si mptoms of the disease are as follows First Is noticed a stiffness In the joints followed by loss of appetite foaming at the mouth and slight elevation o the head as If the spine was affected The eyes turn upward showing only the whites The patient is perfectly quiet nod lives about six hours after a well developed case Is noticed Stoc journals treating of the diseases of Battle have been carefully read but nothing of this nature has been de scribed by them Mr Raedle one of the losers will make a postmortem ex amination It is generally thought that constant grazing on drouth otricken pastures has caused the dl s ass Russia has accepted the telegraphic draft of the AngloRussian convention fur the international commission to incldenwedAStPetersburg dispatch says there is a rumor afloat that Russia will un dertake to produce evidence at the In ternatteafc cdurt to show that the the At Ila eor VOTES TO SPflRE The President in the Electoral Col lege Has 340 Votes or flore New York Nov DNot only are thej majorities given the Republican tional ticket In yesterdays balloting comflrmed by the more complete counts of to day and in some Instances increased over earlier figures but the claim is made that the once Solid South has been broken and Missouri has gone Republican With every former doubtful State admittedly in the Roosevelt column with majorities in some States In ex cess af those given Mr McKInley 4 yrs ago and in some Instances even greater than those of 1896 capped by the possibility that the hitherto InvincI- ble and historically Democratic South has been invaded last nights surprise has been turned to amaze even in the most enthusiastic Republican quarters When at a late hour last night It was reported that Missouri was in doubt and some of the Republican managers were admitting that they had hopes of success it was hardly credited by the majority of the Republicans ad was laughed at by Democrats But late returns seem to indicate that these ITSPRACTICAL VALUE Representatice Hemenway of Indi ana tells of a notable lecture deliver in a small town of that State by an eminent geologist from the East At the conclusion of his address the lecturer remarked to the audience that be thanked them for their attentions I have said he endeavored to renI der these problems abstruse as they may appear and involving in their sos lutlon of our ablest scientists for many yearsI have I say endeavored to render them comparatlvelp simple and easily understood in the light of mod ra knowledge And now ladles and gentlemen before leaving the platform I shall be glad to answer any questions that may occur to you as to points that may appear to need clearing up or as to those points that may have been overlooked After a moments silence a tall gaunt man with an anxious careworn look arose I should like to put a question said he The lecturer bowed I shall be only too happy to reply to it sir said he The tall man cleared his throat and then in a loud voice said I would take it as a considerable favor if you would tell me whether this science has produces any remedy for warts ELECTION NEWS r Returns from the election through out the United States show a sweep tug victory for the Republicans record breaking majorities having been rolled up in many of the States It Maryland has gone Republican as indicated by the unofficial results the vote in the electoral college will stand 151tThe Republicans claim they will have a majority of fifty in the next House of Representatives They have made considerable gains in the East gainselsewberek New York has given a plurality for Roosevelt of about 8185000 The slump In the Democratic vote was unprecedented Parkers majority in Greater New York being about 35000 Indiana has gone Republican by a majority variously estimated at from 35000 to 60000 Illinois has rolled upa majority of 100000 or more for the Republican electoral ticket and Chicago has given a recordbreaking majority for theRe are claiming Ohio by 200000 and the majority it Issate to say will not be less than 150000 The latest returns from West Vir ginialndcatoa Republican plurality of30tQ 40000 but the Democrat probably haa xto l tetts claims may be well grounded and In the absence of full and complete figs ures of the vote the assertion that the Muddy Water State has forsaken its Democratic allegiance on national sues is coming to be accepted as a probability Should the official count bear out the Republican claim of today Mr Roosevelts vote in the electoral college will be 343 a plurality of 210 Maryland which was conceded to the Democrats by conservative Republicans has gone Republican by a small majority but enough safely to place it In the vlctorous column Colorado Js still claimed by both parties Reginning with the tremendous majority of 400000 in Pennsylvania the Republican pluralities are decisive in nearly every State carried for their ticket and it seems probable that Roosevelt has received the greatest popular vote ever given a presidential candidate Returns thus far received Indicate that he will receive a popular plurality of slightly over 1300000 against 849r 790 for McKinley over Bryan to have landed In the Republican col umnIThe solid South Is for Parker by about the usual majorities but In Tennessee the Democratic majority willt probably not reach the normal figure and Gov Frazers plurality will be 5 000 under that figure The Republl cans pre claiming to have gained some Congressmen In Missouri but the Democrats are no t conceding the claims The indications at midnight were that Roosevelt would have 37 votes in the electoral college against 151 for Parker with IG doubtful John A Johnson the Democratic nominee for Governor of1 lnnesotaI probably is elected by a small major ity over Robert C Dunn Republican Roosevelts majority In Minnesota is about 100000 W L Douglas Democrat was elected Governor of Massachusetts by a majority In the nelghborheod of 20000 Roosevelt carried the State by a ma- jorIty upward of 80000 Indications are that Alva Adams Democrat has been elected Governor of Colorado by about 8000 The State will go for Roosevelt by about the same figure 5 HERE AND THERE Carrie Nation is at the Fair Her first act was to yank acigarette from a boys mouth and slap his jaws A large barn on the farm of Mrs Mary Whltsltt near Paris burned with tobacco and other contents The loss Is 4000- Samuel McCue exMayor of Char lottsville Va convicted of murder in the first degree carries upward of 370 000 life insurance- A rate of 1 cent a mile was granted the Kentucky State Reunion of TJnis ted Confederate Veterans which was held at Pewee Valley last Friday John Cook the young son of W Cook of Somerset was dangerously stabbed by a drunken ruffian named Tom Williams at Jellico During the camdalgn the Democrat- Ic National Committee sent out and distributed 43049743 documentsE gush foreign and Congresslonallith ographs and buttons also being classed as documents There is no sin except what Is the result of ignorance in man and as soon as he Is enlightened by the great light Gods love and truth the sin leaves him he has no desire in his heart ex cept to dothe greatest good and to do the most beautifulthings and act them t wlsdomtllde if fj Cesujd TRAMPS There ought to be some law for the protection of a community against the invasion of these small armies or tramps horseswappers or movers such as have appeared in this vicinity a number of times this summer These roving bands are as a rule composed of a class of ner dowells who think that the world owes them a living and they are out to prey on the coun try in general and any unfortunate community in which they happen to tarry A few weeks ago one of these bands of unusual size pitched its camp near town For more than a week the community was overrun with about as tough a lot of individuals as one ever saw The men lay low in Camp for awhile and sent the women and children out oh begging excursions Later on the men invaded the town with old plug horses to trade or sell and were particular active on county court days These people are a menace to any community and doubtless would not hesitate at petty thelving and should be given notice to move on at any place where they show a disposition to tarry There is a good grancy law which should be brought into play in such cases as these Springfield Leader n BRAIN LEAKS The man with a mission never lacks for hearers The bravest men are those wto are afraid to do wrong It It is really worth saying it is not always necessary to shout It The sermon that fails to hit you is one that does you little good If politics is a dirty business it is your duty to get into it with soap andI notice that the men who swear most are the men who think the leastThere is considerable difference tween praying for what you want and praying for what you need The church that starts to eat itself out of debt usually winds up with a bad case of moral dyspepsia Some men give a collar button to aIpoor neighbor and expect credit for Iving a whole suit of clothes There are some men who are quick to believe that that the world is against them if everything does not their way- Speaking about difficult jobs did you ever have to pay your summers ice bill otter you had fired up the fur man cau run deeper into debt a minute than he can back out of in a yearSatan watts at the church door for those who attend divine service only when they have something to wear a UNTOUCHED The latest republican cartoon represents President Roosevelt in the role of statesman standing alone In his majesty I tis labeled Un esteemed cartoonist seems to have missed the real point Nobody has charged that anybody has been touching the republican nominee The charge is that in the Interest of the candidacy of that gen tleman certain trusts and giant cor porations have been touched and with no gentle hand The cartoonist was wise in not at tempting to picture the one and only issue He could only do this by showing the trusts and labeling his work of art Touched While naturally no such picture republlcaR organ it is pretty clearly engraven upon the understanding of the American people They know the trusts have been touched and they know in whose in terest the touching has been done Atlanta Constitution A Swede named Oeley Oelson a recent arrival in this country w employed In a lumber camp out Montana where his duties were to prevent the logs floating down the river from jamming He has a m to help him One day Oeley ap geared atone boss office and remarked laconically Ivant aman1 The boss reminded him that be Dad an assistant but the swede remarked I know He jump from log to log ale slip between two lpg Into der Wr He has nOjarg back ikj I chi ttiNew Tr Iam prepared tn fix run u s Tiuwork Wood trk eiiilts11 ut repairing a pPCIIII y Horeeebfiiigaid lilauUtuitbi g I am prepared to do scour buggy repairuy ou ehTt utice LOCATION WATER STKEET WADE H EU INK 5 JUiMX lr IAX Honest effort is never a failure Envy i3 a disease of small minds Apathy always succumbs to opposi t man fails who tries his level best Doubt stops at the door of the herrt full of faith When honest men fall out rouges ge in their work The apologies of some men sound wonderfully like brag The worst slaws of habit usually boast of their chains It is a thick skinned man who will not flinch at the truth Politics will become clean when clean men do their duty Money may buy a place to live but it takes love to make a home Jealousy is always looking for something it does not want to find Poverty is no disgraceif it is through no fault of your own A man who has nothing but money is to be pitied by even the pauper The wife of the good fellow is titled to the credit as well as sympatey A man never really begins to learn until he is ready to admit that he does know We would all be reformers if we could accomplish our favorite reforms in a mmu tJa A vote cast for principle is never lost even though it be the only one in the is time when we ask tht Lord to do something that we are able to do ourselves Well never get real reforms in this country until voters judge candidates by their mental and moral ability in stead of by their handshakes The man who meets no opposition usually pursues a dead level existence Some men will seek patiently for anI excuse to do wrong when the reason for doing right is in plain sight The man who prepares for death wastes his time the man who prepares to live is wise indeed We are always very apt to thick him a good conversationalist who patiently listens to all we have to say 3 COLLEGE GIRLS HAVE PUN College girls in male dress suits dancing in the gymnasium hall at Kentucky University is the latest school sensation at Lexington It was planned as a Leap Year party by the girls A certain number bor rowed dress suits from brothers sweet hearts and fathers while the others dressed In their handsome gowns Securing carriages the gentleman girls called at the homes of their partners and took them to the college grounds In the proper style No boys were mitted to the hall and every detail ol the management was left to a com mittee of girls The Janitor had some way misplaced the keys and these were in possession of the committee which made matters easy Asked re garding the affair Miss Fairhurst one of the committee said We wanted to show one another and the young men who should happen to learn of it just how girls would do if they were young men Why some young men actually expect a girl to walk a mile and a halt to a party and that with a man wearing an everyday business suit Should you have seen us you would have observed the delicacy of dress and toilet People do not regard appearance nearly so much these days as of old and we just rented to see if the thing could not be done in proper form aspeople are just beginning to appre iocrate the romance of business In the November Womans Home Companion there is a striking and dramatic Rise and Fall of Sully King o nCotton In its interest it equals the disclosLwith the Worlds Quaint and Curious Customs there is an article in the vemberWomanslIamoCompanion on Saint Patricks Purgatory telling of the strange ceremonies at Irelands roteocy i Pbing Company ffiimow Hotel l H WILMOKE Prop adyville Kentucky HERE Is no better place to stop 1than at the aboved named hotel rood sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached BRINTON HOTEL AND RESAURANT Lebanon Kv Meals at all Hours Comfortable DepottBELLS OLD STAND ustom of Adair and adjoining counties respectfully solicited tone oneAl- tarneYsAtLaw JAMESTOWN KENTUCKY 0Will practice in the ccurts in this and ad joining oountioB 0pscial attention given collections WHAT IS INSIDE OF TILE WORLDS VAT AND HOW TO SEE IT AT TT55 LEAST EXPENSE The Henderson Route has gotten up is now offering for free distributor very complete and valuable booklet descriptive of what is inside and what outside of the Worlds Fair and how to see it at the least expense Tlv booklet contains information of Hiib value that all prospective visitors o Ft Tiuis should have a copy Hov to reach the Fair Grounds upon irrivil In St Louis how to get around the grounds to the best advantage th most rc nomical plan for touring the Exposition things of importance to see in t Louis together with many other valuab pointers regarding a trip of this nature are only some of the many poiirfs covered in this complete booklet It is something you should have be fore planning your Worlds Fair trip and can be obtained by addressing Mr L J Irwin General Passenger Agent HendersonRoute Louisvill Ky r Cr M WISEMAN SON + JEWELERS and OPTCIANS icalcrs In Diamonds and Precious stones 0ecial attention given to work and ill ordersof goods In our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2nd- OpolteltuIcHaU lOUISVILLE KENTUCKY GOING TO THE WO- RLDLOU1S FAIR AT j St ro USE THE Henderson ROllt6 THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLE BEYONDA DOUBT FREE RECLINING CHAIR QARS FORfK E NTU OKI AN TC StI LO F GBb L GARRBTT Lr- PaesrA gt 1SY1j t= tI n sIO c tlIPu llsilid EYacY Wednesday HY THEiAdJirgounty Nws o INCORORATEP UI dU Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests or the city or and the peopta or Adair sad adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia ns class mail matter 5WED Noy Iii 1904 In this the first issue of our eighth year we desire to return our thanks to the many readers of The News and to all who have patronized our business in other ways Our first issue appeared seven years ago and at that time our position was stated concern ing our efforts in newspaper work and as touching the inter ests of this locality Ve have worked hard to make affective and true our statement made then that The News had come to aid in the advancement of our town county and section of coun- tryJ At that time the prospects of Columbia were not inviting and indifference in many avenues of business existed throughout this entire section but conditions have changed new life new enterprise and invigorated ambition have swept aside the old pokeeasy and a 1oday we all rejoice over the rap idl improvements made and being made both in town and county We do not claim the lions share for The News in the great change i a t has merely been bnColumbia and Adair r county but that it has tried to do its Part and we believe that its efforts have been appreciated by all who love progress There will be no bhange in the efforts and strickPry for the sunny side of old Kentucky closely allied with home interests and ready to do all with m its power to advanne the mor al industrial and educational features of this section We be lieve in advancement and try to practice what we preach This office is not what it was one year ago but almst new in every par r Our facilities for printing qual to the best country of in the State und within a time other improvements m be added and we will present The News in a different form an iptodate local paper The last ear has been our most success ul in volume of business and the oming one looks bright Give us cur patronage and we will give best efforts to this comniuni- y The Hews stands for home terests and against every for Ign movement that tends to in de the good of this section The following is the full num er of votes cast in Adair county m the Presidential Congression and local ticket arker Electors 1327 elt Electors 1652 1325 ds 1650 ries 1389 ey 1604 thibition ticket 60 list 4 les Party 1 vjng the Presidential vote ye the number cast for the ighest electors Atlanta Constitution Outcomes this thought that operly mid profitably be mind by Democrats ev re Senator Bailey or rressian Williams or Gover lect Folk or any other South einocrat of good standing d have made just as good e v a bet 1Ve ult in Missouri insures Uni States gain only one ator cIr The rear last Tuesdays voting is sodecissive as to elimi nate every doubt that the great bulk oi the eople endorse Mr Roosevelt frOn1 start to finishI that they arc Wed d to a high tax favor the admin of colonial government and rejoice in the hope of cutting down the rePresentation of the South Mr Roosevelt was the issue and he stands for the above The issue swept the country and the sunny South is in the hands of those who have shown a desire to re duce her representation and oth erwise impose burdens thFotigh the Federal machine As it stands the Republican party is the proud master of the Western Hemisphere and whether right or wrong has received the most pronounced endorsement in the history of any American party It is their victory and their re sponsibility and sweeping as it was its prestige and power may prove its ruin Democracy is not dead not surrendered but will come from this defeat wiser and stronger Marylands vote for presiden tial electors is in doubt and it will require the official count to decide which party has carried the State Late returns have re duced Roosevelts plurality to about 100 and it is considered possible that the States electoral vote may be divided Returns from the country at large show steadily increasing pluralities for Roosevelt and it now seems prob able that his plurality ofthe pop ular vote will reach 2000000 The Republicans in Colorado con cede the election of Adams Dem ocrat for Governor Dawson Republican has been elected in West Virginia by a plurality of about 5000 and late returns in Nebraska assure the reelection piMickey Republican bya hand some majority over Berge the fusion candidate Dispatches from London say that Japan has unofficially made represesent ions to Russia look ing toward peace This action having failed will bring inter vention within measurable dis tance and there is an impression the initiative will be taken by the United States It is stated in Washington that no official act leading toward such a step has been taken St Petersburg officials seem to be ignorant of any representation from Japan but it is intimated that the Emperor might be favorably disposed to ward a peace proposition Hon W J Bryan issued a lengthy statement on the results of the general election He favors an aggressive fight for the old issues and mentions a num ber of new issues which he thinks should be taken up in the future The party he asserts should seek the support of the wage earners and the common people preqatory It is very easy to explain the vote of Missouri The best peo ple ofthe State were interested in the election of Jo Folk for Gov ernor and Democrats voted for Roosevelt to secure Republican votes for Folk In fact the Presidential contest was o s t sight of in Missouri The St Louis Republic the leading Democratic paper of the State devoted aU its editorial space to the election of Mr Folk for months Our navy is to be increased The general board of the navy has recommended the construe tin of three battleships five scout cruisers six torpedo boat destroyers six torpedo boats and two sqadron colliers at an aggre gate cost of 41300000 We desire to extend our con gratulations to Editor James 11 Richardson who was elected Congressman from the Third dis trict He is a Democrat who never sleeps on his oars and the district will be proud of hill asa Representative It is understood thatthe whole is stronger than any part but the whole united Democracy was muchweaker last Tuesday than the Bryan wing in 1800 and 19Q0 Giye us wings everyy time We will lieverfavo niakitigan- other man the issueits dangerous t t r =Fond anticipatious4buried j It was not a landslide but an earth quake i Grandpa DaVis didhis best buthe didnt did it The way for political defeat is plain Stand pat for nothing It didnt occur to us until Tues day night just what the majority would be- There will only be nine Con gressmen from Kentucky lIon James N Kehoe being defeated in the Ninth district by something like 100 votes Mr Parker the gold telegram man says he will never again be a candidate that ought to be consoling to true Democrats every where The Atlanta Constitution says that David Bennett Hill announc ed some time ago that he would retire from politics rn the first of January That paper is inclined to the belief that he set the date just fiftythree days beyond the accomplished fact GRJDIT1LLI N II Muss was in Columbia Saturday Goo Flowers of Columbia spent last Sunday is our city Mr Chas Yates sad wife entertained quite a number of theirfriendWednes dayRobt Young of Columbia was leer Friday looking after mules Gov J R Hindrnan of Columbia was hereThursday delivering a lot of fine hogs to Smith Nell Miss HockersmitlJ of Frankfort m company with Mrs Goo Staples of lumbia spent a few dayshere last week Rev Jo Nicholson filled the pulpit Sunday with an interesting sermon H A Walker the weUknown stock man of Colurpbia was with us Friday W C Hill attended church Sunday at Hickory ridge Mr Chas Garrison and sou of Fry were here Friday and reported business good in their seetion Smith Nell are iu the Louisville market with two car leads of hogs Our efficient Waekn It L Caldwell has been Iieted the put week by Bosley Renner an experienced smith Mrs Pollie Guptonr of East Fork was here last week visiting relatives Mr Robt Walker has aeeepreda sition W clerk for Grady Hill Mr Titus Mercer of MilitoWII pass ed through here last week en route for Breeding Bud Hughes of done was hero last Friday en route for Columbia Mr ClemCooiyier has returned after a few days visit to Mr Polk Conover at Columbia Misses Moss and Hulse studenta of L yr 1 S Columbia visited the family of N H Moss Saturday night and Sunday The election is over and a large ma jority of our voters are well pleas ed with the results Wo Democrats con sple ourselves that it is better just yond We truSt peace and prosperity will prevail throughout this land and county of ours Rev Jo Nicholson and wife attended the Missionary meeting last wCfkin Wayne ccunty Miss Ella VlJn y priueipal of our school visitor the family d Georgc W Flowess at Bios Saturday night and- Sunday Mr Leonard 4Goodml n of xagow stopped over Friday night at the WiI more Hotel onhis rvtarn from Columbia where he bought two big wagon loads yr produce from S Lewis f John L Walker one of Columbia best business young men was in our place Tuesdayand cast his vote with the Democrats of this precinct Mr Walker informed your scribe that his last vote was st her e Friend John stay with us We are few in number brit Simon pure Mr Frank D 1in and family will move to Metcalfe county in a short time with the expectation of making thaf their future hone Pedigo Terry of Glasgow passed through here Friday enroute home with mules they bought in Columbia We are glad to note that Prof JlINell who has been confined to his room for slveral days with fever is better Our old friend J M Wilsbn was here last week and iirfornlcd us that Mr Matthew jootenr of Sparksville told him after the election that there would not he but two Democrats left in our town GIL Nell and your scribe would be the ones We have ninety just like us who will stand the test Mr Logan SllerrilI a welltodo far mer of Milltown was here last week andinforpted Us that ne had six well developed eats of corn raised front the planting of ono grain of corn We would like to hear rom Mr Jono who raises pound pumpkmson ridge landr Our town tvas vi a 11 viSited drummer la t week Oarmerchants atc njoipga nice trade V iC 4 lflIG 130SI1Et BOTEI1I EURORE7TN SEnor Second and Jefferson Sts ROOMS 50c 75c and 100 PER DAY LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY JOHN IeWllIt1T S6Gr6taru and TrcdsEircr t UTICA LIMI COMPMIYLCOR- PORATED 7 421 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Lime Fire Brick Louisville Cement The Famous Black Diamond or other brands Fire Clay Portland Cement Standard Brands American and Imported Sewer PiplJ Plaster Pane Plestermo Hair Etc Enquiries for prices invite1 Orders Promptly Fil- leStocks3Bigger Better Values nCarpets rugs MaIlings and linoleum Four Immense DisplayFloors Qualities and Prices Right When in Louisville be sure to call on us You are welcome whether you buy or no- tBrosHUD UGIl J 524528528 WI Market StJLOU S V ILL K Y HURT ROS COLU7BI7 KeNTUCKY Dttessed 13uilding uatTIbett The undersigned have just put in new machinery and are read y possibleGustom Work Veranda Trimmings Mouldings Etc J SucGialty OFFICE SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE SAME OLD STAND PHONE 4- 3L C EURT inwIT SURT OR JAMES INENZIE3- Columbia Ky PHONE iii OJEOpfJJ1YC- orrsubtation and Examination Free at Office 71GROOERIES0 I keep a Fresh and Complete Sliock of Groceries Will Sell as Cheap as Any Man Country Produce Taken ill Exchange for Gods Give Llo a Part of Your Trade andTryMy Values SOUTH SIDE i UBILIC O SQUAlmI II p 0 dan to Every 1 c E Q YERY W9R Q OFFICE- ATRESIDENOE EYE STRAIN A cause of debilityheadaches cate method of detecting irritation of nerve centers and curvi in by repression Glasses pr perry fitted CORRECTS AL THIS DIFFICULTY Eye strain causes more hen aches than all other causes combined We positively cure Headaches Ganrulated lids Inflamed eyebal Muscular insufficiency cross eyes etc Childrens eyes should not be neglected and allow temporary errors to grow into permanent defects We also give electrical treatment which has proven to VERY successful in all diseases Examination and consultation free and Examination in JEFFRIES Building DRS RICHARDS AND HANCOCK Electro Theropentists find Drs of Optics BVE SPECI7sLISTSrxxcx- xxxxxoccooorJgJwja J xrjIcooo ccocxXXX G oecticut MutalE I I Lifs thsurace OI+ 0 0 4 UNEQUALED RECORD i Received from Policy Holders 8376268 228724073PresentAssete If youw i1i the best at the Lowest Cost I APPLY TO or w L SiIITH iJ E liiURREL1 GENERAL AGENT u u Columbia I LouisvilleK F rEI1t er rise Motet fGffflS F GflNS BRO PROPRIETOR 34242 K1ST 3lAltlET ST STS IBIT IL1E KY 0 Rates 100 perday2 solute Satis foction Guaranteed SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS SULLIVAN ISAlI REDDISH Vice Pms PEAK TRAS FRED W LIPPOLD LANDON BAILEY SECYIJ W SULLIVAN Home TObacco Warehouse 007INC- CRORATlD STRICTLY INDEPENDENT NOT IN THE COMBINE DAILY SALES PROMPT RETURNS 4 Months storage Free- T05 929931933935 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY WT PYNE PREST FRED W HARDWICK SEcrr 6 TREAS ISGtINCORPORATED W T PYNE Mill and Supply Company MILLWRIGHTS AND MACHINISTS Jobbing Work Solicited New and SecondHand MACHINERY Sheet Iron and TankWork No 1301 Thirteenth Main Sts REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS PRO5IPTLY ATTENDED To LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY DRESSED LUMBER Tbe undersigned proprietor of the Planlog Mill located near wnl Open Gate Conover desire to say that I am ready to dtl1ver all kinds of lumber 10 the town OIumbia at the very lowest prIces l ROUGH LUMBER t aloe keel upon the yard n larste supply ot undressed tlmhf which J will deliver upon the same terms Ul I ass Is to examine my material and Itet nip aces WALKER MORRISON 7 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY tiIIS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN 0o Architecture containing 35 new neat and well yen 0 2tiltited rooms It is nic ly furnishedconveniently 0 located antI is the bp t hotel in Southern Kentucky a Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three 0 good sample rooms for tommrrcia men o M MARCUM Propr0 M 000 JOOOOOOOO OT000000000 00-O FIFTH YeNVE HOTEL r i0 AYclUE STREETS O LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY C r 0 iwL0 PIKE CAMPBELL Maliage- rGOGv0000 C0 0 pctvOODOv LFwIS JAS C LEWIS uJOOdSO lewis 8 Bro ARE NOW RECEIVING Four carloads of Buggies Surreys and other vehicles Four carloads of Wagons Two carloads of Plows Oliver Chilled Plows Hillside Plows Double Shovel and Pony Plows Two carloads Disc Harrows Corn Drills Two carloads of TwoHorse I Cultivatbrs Tongue and Tongueless Walking and Ridinc ICultivators OneHorse Cultivators TwoHorse Corn Plant ers I FERTILIZER Ten car loads of Fertilizer We will sell you Fertilizer at prIcCs that will surprise you Writeus for prlces and information Mention Adair County News when you k write WOODS081EWIS r n n f I SRSONAL MENTiON JO Stults was in CapbeUsville rsdayP riatti e S mc air visited friends last week I edigo and S E Terry Gins weekgod quite sick set ays of last week R Lyon CampbeUsville was inbia last Saturday es Lillie Judd and Nellie Folli- slwn the sick list last week C S Grady was called to Monti von professional business last week H Hundley who is clerking for Jillon at Albany came home to rtev J P Scruggs is at Gradyville k s week for the purpose of winging 1ds Mr J O Russell and Mrs Kizzie- Iurrell are in Louisville and CincinnatI t urchasing goods Kate Grady wife of Dr J H JMrs is visiting her mother and other in Stanford Mrs W E Frazer of the Green riv er country visited friends in Columbia two days of last week Mr J L Jenkins a wellknown stock man of Bowling Green was here last week buying horses and mules Mrs Laura Allen who visite- her daughter Mrs J M Frazer in Ill inois returned home last week Misses Bonnie Hockersmith and Salli Rey Marcum visited Mrs A D Patte son at Jamestown last Saturday D A Hughes of Alone Metcalfe county was here Saturday and called in and subscribed for The News Mr C E Cox of Stanford who trav- es out of Louisville spent several days in Columbia and Adair county last week Mr R R Conover who was consid erably hurt in a runaway was seen upon the square afew days ago looking like himself Mr J V White who was danger ously ill ten days ago is rapidly im proving every indication pointing to his early recoveryIa Mr Wm Conover open the gate who has been confined to his homeJ withrheumatism for a year was in town one day last week Messrs W S Knight H H Dun bar and Abner Jones Jamestown at tended the meeting of Columbia Chap ter No7 last Friday night Mrs Wm Coleman who visited her parents Mr and MrsJR Johnson this county is now at Hot Springs Ark where her husband is in business t Miss Ada May Jones who is a siste of Miss Corinne Jones Mr C H Mur ren and wife daughter Miss Katie will attend the HartJones wedding at Jamestown tomorrow evening Mr A C Snow and wife J M Ste venson Jo Vaughan Charley Campbell and Miss Effie McFarland aU of Rus sell county left here last Saturday morning for the Worlds Fair Mr John McFarland accompanied his daugh iiter to Columbia Mr H R Camnitz of this office vis ited hiS family at Hustonville last Friday and Saturday returning Sunday accompanied by his son Harry who will clerk at the Marcum Hotel Mr George Coffey who has been a very efficient clerk at this popular house for several years tendered his resignation a few days ago and will engage in other business Mr W D King the well knot vwilltraveling man reached Columbia last Saturday night Mr King informs s that he will begin selling dry goods and notions for a Louisville wholesale hous in a few weeks and that his permanent headquarters for the ensuing year will be Columbia We will be glad to haveIhim come among us and our people will do every thing in their power to make his stay pleasant Local News n In this the first issue of volume eight about seven hundred of our subscribers begin a new year We kindly ask them one and all to remain with us promis ing to give them a better paper in the future than they have received in the past In a few weeks the News will be differetbe put to co ierableexponse hence we ask aU those who are behind with th eir subscription or indebted to to the office herwise to send in their remittances Columbia is growing our patrons and our business demand larger paper nil we propose to meet the requireIDents The chestnut crop is rather light Thirtynine days until Christmas The Metcalfe circuit courtiS in session It is said that the county roads arc in fine condition Stock trading was lively in Columbia last Thursday and Friday In order tohuntona mans pfemis you must ask for permission oviser u Alt urda Y r President Roosevelt will attend the Worlds Fair Saturday November 26th- Dir S T Hughes has moved into the corner house of Mr J H Judd Burkes ville street Quito a number of hogs will be slaughtered this week if the weather continues cold Every man should protect those are dependent upon him with some lif insurance See JE Murrell The bird law expired yesterday and this week the sports of will be out trying to wing them Mr N M Tutt has sold to Wyatt SchooTa Thursday week will be Thanksgiving thee churches to which aU the people are in vitednJohn N Conover sold last Friday two fine oxen weighing 2950 pounds Hardesty of Campbellsville was th buyer and he paid 41 cents a pound Strayed from my home near Wil sons Milla spotted black and white milch cow She left with a red heifer two years old Mrs Bettie Wilson Tobacco growers of Adair county form us tHat a very large crop has bee housed There has been but little weatherdThe second meeting of the American Gin Seng Growers Association will be Wednesdayeand Thursday An interesting program hits been arrangedzColumbia Lodge No 96 F and A 1will meet in regular convocation next Friday night There will be wor in the third degree and aU the members are urged to be present A harness horse which was the property of Massie Chewning died list Saturday night An offer of one hundred dollars was tendered for the animal a few hours before he died The acreage of wheat put in the forIper ten tenIyears growing section of Kentucky Mr B B Vaughan has purchased farm to the left of Cane Valley known as the NaUey property for 750 He removed to it several days ago Mr Oliver Willis has rented and is living in Mr Vaughans house in this place Mr W J Coakley representing the Campbellwille Marble yard was in lumbia this week putting up some orf Coakley Simms Bros also erected a nice stone to the grave of Mrs Ben Tupman last week Messrs John H Robert and Oscar Smith of Font HillaU brothers tom prised a team and were made Royal Arch Masons in Columbia Chapter No 7 last Friday night Is there another Chapter in the State which has confer red the degrees on three brothers at the same timelTick tacking is bad business and often leads those who indulge in it into trouble Boys who practice this amuse ment do not intend harm but the often frightens those for whom it v not intended and frequently ladies are scaredalmost into hysterics The practice should be stopped Mr Scott Montgomery has sold all his stock and household plunder leave with his family for Dlissou in a few days He will probably locate at Springfield one of the thriftiest cities in the Southwestern portion otlth tilltto the community where he may locate The hunting season opened yesterday and every one should remember the before he can go upon a farmers land to hunt partridge rabbit or squirreJS he must have the land owners consent layshimselffarmurs lands are protected by law from hunters No posted notice is necessary The pastors of the various churches of Columbia complain of the light attendance at their respective prayer meetings The prayer meetings are a shoalntd lion can be gathered at a prayer meet preachingtake some one with you seJlinghorses gentlemfrom a eighthorsesand we would be glad if regular court day auction sales were established If there were fixed days for sales horses broughtfrom in Mr John Wesley Thompson Spark yule was n The News office last F preparationsand that the drilling for oil would cot mence in a few days Persons who eshave examined the site where the welJs will be put down say that if oil is not found there is nothing in signs alit is seeping out theand in many places ThEre are fifteen or tW f1ty men nOw at AdsF0otrher be ir i btles do TODE JIARRIED TOJIORRoW Mr Wm Shelby Hart a prominent lawyer of Jamestown and one of Rus sell countys most popular young men will be married to Miss Corinqe Jones same city a highly accomplished daughter of Mr G F Jones Thursday evening at 8 oclock The rites will be solemnized at the home of the intended bride and the ceremony win inepresence a and friends Miss Katie Murrell o this place a cousin of the intended theawedding march Miss Jones has many friends in lumbia havingbeen a student in the M and F High School several years ago She is a young lady possessing many noble traits of character and is quite a favorite in her home town The intended groom is n young man of exemplary habits attentive to busi ess and has bright prospects before him In testimony of the esteem and popularity of the contracting parties manyeNews joins their many friends in wish ing them happiness and prosperity til separated by death- 11LEVlNDERS7OTTS DEAD The subject of this notice was a tive of Adair and was born 86 yearsi nlroad five miles from Columbia lie had been quite feeble for several weeks and his death was not unexpected Mr Stotts was never married his life having been spent with his relatives in this county He was an excellent citi en and was lilted by aU who knew him He was buried near his late home relatives and friends attending servicesn C JJBAG1 SNAKE FLKE Mr S F Eubank of this place sent to the department of agriculture Frankfort a worm that many who examined it pronounced the deadly cabbage snake He received a letter from the depart ment last Saturday night stating that what he sent was the common cabbage worm and that there was no such thing as a poisonous cabbage snake He was further informed that where persons had been taken seriously ill after eating cabbage it was found up on examination that the vegetable had greenathe deadly cabbage snake is a fake 1JIIlTB CAP NOTICE November 10th 1904 Mit Napier Sir you are nereby noti fled to leave this neighborhood in ten days or your Back will be whipped with a cat of nine tails and your wife must go or she will be stript and lard Be gone at once The above notice was found on th stable of the above named party and was handed us by Mr M L Mitchell who states that Mr Napier and wife are inoffensive and deserve respected treatment They have only lived in that community about three month- and it is supposed that the notice wa issued for no other purpose than to secure possession of the house by a worth ess negro Such an act would not b tolerated in this part of the countr and the old man ought to prepare for an emergency DUEasAll persons that have subscribed to the building of the Lindse Wilson Training School are earnestly requested to come forward and settle without fur then delay as the entire subscriptions chargrimatter at once as we are going to settle the matter at an early date The balance yet due is a little over 457 Pay to N TUTT Treasurer By order of LOCAL EYCT BOARD LAND FOR SALE tThere 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 can be sold in lots of several acres Also some land on right of the road leading from Columbia Also two good horses and some farm ng impliments For information call on J E at Adair County News office TO TIlE DEU0CRA7S OF ADA1 R COUNTr By order of the State Democratic Executive Committee the Democrats of each voting precinct are reques platniles one oclock and elect your precin Committeeman IesFAX SALE An improved town lotin Middlebu Ky one new store and a 3000 stock of General merchandise AU new nd convenient out buildings an extra g wellnevergoesdrq Will s ll reasonable Call on or address CL PRUE Middleburg Ky Casey Co ESTIiTEriIs changing hands raPidlyat good prices If you want to buy or sell come and see or write to Stults Tutt Real Estate agents Mr VLNewfon a former citi2 of Tallercounty was found dead ur his bei at Elizabethtowi last wee His sins weree conveyed to Cam be Ile for interment At the m10 th heyrar a io t11tACf The Baptist Church at Russell Springs was dedicated last Sunday Di Bowe of Louisville preaching the sermon Five or six hundred people were present and dinner was spread upon the ground a sufficiency to accommodate the multi tilde Dlr Horace Jeffries and his ter Miss Mollie of this place were in attendance Mr Jeffries states that the building is commodious and very handsomely finished It was announced a short time before the dedicatory ser off g and the amount was quickly raised This church building adds greatly to the appearance of Russell Springs J L Jenkins Son Bowling Green were here last Thursday buying mules and horses They bought ofCoffy Bros S Young 19 extra large mules for 135 per head from Allen Walker 17 at 100 per head four from Phil Knifie y at L5 per head one from R K Young for 115 They also bought from different parties 12 horses ranging in price from to 124 Brack Massie sold to Dionte Fox of Danville four mules at 135 per head and Coffey Bros sold S E Terry of Glasgow one large harness gelding for 150 and to A W Pedigo a road horse for 175 The season of year has arrived whet most every body is looking into the approachingy for a suitable present for some friend MerchantS of Columbia are determin ed to please and will have on display ths nicest lines of holiday goods ever presented to the people of Adair county Already articles suitable for presents are presented to view and in a few days the attractiveness at the stores willovershadow all past years Our merchants have never failed to please but this season they are going to outdo themselves in the way of selecting Christmas goods for this market There is an impression outside of Adair county that the effort to build ar interurban railroad between Columbia and Lebanon has been abandoned Thi is a mistake as we are reliably inform ed While seemingly nothing has been done in the last few months much has been accomplished The country was in a stir about the election and thos e who openly interested themselves shoo the railroad concluded that it was best to work quietly until the close of lhc Presidential contest That being over work will again be resumed and pushed to a finish The many friends of Mr D M Wil Hams of CampbeUsvilla will be sorry to learn that he is in wretched health and that he has quit the road Mr Williams has been a traveling salesman out of Louisville for more than thirty years hence he is wellknown over the State He is a native of Adair county having been born and reared on Green becamee a resident of Campbellsville when quite a young man He is a very companion able gentleman and it is hoped that he will regain his health sayssRailsJohn McKee Anderson Freeman am Denny Haynes undertook to play Ba GypsYd showing off in the usual style of ing such things McKee was shot twice with a shot gun Freeman cough three pistol balls and Haynes saved his skin whole by running One of Gypsies was seriously shot Thewound ed will be brought to the Reddish Itos pilaf this city for treatment It is reported that a negro man who recently returned from the penitentihy entered the cookroom of the Misses Trabue last Friday night after the family had retired made afire in the kstove helped himself to raw ma terial which he proceeded to cook and eat The darkey is known as was seen to enter the room by a colore d woman who reported the intruder next morning A series of meetingsare now in progress at the Christian church this place The pastor E1d1Y B Wright is ing the preaching and the song service is being conducted by Eld Z TVi Hams Large congregations are a tending the night services The meet 11ing will continue through this week and perhaps longer- Remember that every Democrat should meet at his voting place at one oclock on the third Monday in this month aId electa good solid capable Democrat for Committeeman This is a duty you owe your party onlyctvery minister Besides people who want to keep in touch with the sermon will turn their heads to see who your parents ate Mr Wm Myers and aged and highly respected citizen of Casey county died oilone day last week He waS the father of Mr W M My rs an exCounty Judge of Casey- Seventyeight mules arid horses were sold on the iJUblic square of Columbia last Thursday and Friday Mr Nat Waggener has purchased a lot from Mr John NConover near the M F High School building a d wilt build a residence If there late persons frotrta distance who are dissatisfied with their presenf locations we invite them to Columbia a growing and prsapexou towsP o Gin3y roets d seeds forpJ7t iIi1 0v cO iibe convinced ti dIed in this place you early in tIle morrinG and watch rn oafs of questionable chr1 cr as they squareItare intown men with wantanapetizer They approach these individuals whc Cell them that they have none them elves liut they can get it They receiw the money and in a few minutes thr whisky is delivered Those who arc selling have the liquor brought fron Lebanon in jugs claiming that it is for their individual when in reality it if purchased as a speculation Watch tIC bootloggers Mr Ira Vance and Miss Bettie Coak ley accompanied by Mr Charles Gup ton and Miss Mal Melby all of Greet county arrived at the Marcum Hotel this place last Thursday morning at oclock Friday morning Mr Vance announced thht the party was en rout fer Celina Tenn where himself Miss Coakley would get married A surrey was procured here and at 7 oclo k the party started for the designated place where the rites were emnized Mr John Stone accompanied the party from this place Dir Vance and wife have returned to Green county and have doubtless been forgiven by objecting parents An epidemic of typhoid fever is rage ing at Gradyville At this writing Mr Hallie Nell is lying in a dangerous con dition Mrs Jo Hunter and three of her children are also very sick also Miss Bettie Doolin Mrs Jas B Yates who has had a long Beige of the disease isimproving The farm which was owned by late John Iiolladay on the Mciroad is being divided by Surveyor Caffree this week The widow will the home and sixty acres of ground and the remainder will be divided equal aboutsfive hundred acres in the tract The Goebel Monument Commission refus to accept the monument as and the contractor was giv en nine more months to complete the job I have an improved farm 4 miles from Columbia on Greensburg road for sale S D Crenshaw All persons indebted to me are re quested to settle at once Piner Harvey Jr lAh STRAYED From my farm near Camp Knox two red hoifers informs lion wanted WA George P1EiLlllllG NBtTSUNDA Y Z T Williams Creelsboro W H C Sandidge Union A IL Baugh Pleasant Hill G W Montgomery Moreland JF Barger Union Chapel F E Lewis Columbia J II Nicholson Elroy 1J L Adkins Salem YT Huffaker IIutchiiiswi Schoolhouse J P Scruggs Columbia W B Cave Big Crelk TLl JYOT1CB This is positively my last call for payextradat once I am making out a list of land sales which I will advertise in a few days F W Duller S A C l1LTOWN Born to the wife of Will Vaughn a daughtor Mrs Lola Bumgarner vhhas been visiting in Columbia for tlrreeweeks has returned home MiSses Mont and Bert ThomaS wore at Cane Valley shopping one day last week Mrs Sue Townsend entertained sev oral other friends last Thursday Misses Ann and Doll D honey and DtVETINERY SnMEO Rlstulo Poil evil splints spavinor- toysurgical work done at fair prices I am bxed to cane care ot stock lipecial attention to eyes ti 0 rJItCNS1I itiV- l milt tiara colunha on DIeappalntmea- tGOLt MB1A MARKET REPORTED BY 9AJ LEWJS Wool Oreasn aleari 21 Vaphod wepl 274 BeCByI1X 22 Feltth IJlew 4 Old 10 tof HtdeR G1oen Hlde8 Dry 10 Gjrrheu 450 S rinC Qhicksuu Old Hens Egqg 18 h toiriedAp lua Roots 4f May Apple 20 This japurC will be nbmitted tiiv sb1tIY r N tl by our competitors to be T9aShippers in the Business 1 so os orders for STOCK SIZES go forward s e oaoLs HUCHES COn i o o o i LOUISVILLE KY 0 e oo Sasll Doors Blinds Moulrlings Biroli TrimmIngs eeo 0 a t And everything required for the o s NTERlOR FINISHINGSaIn ordering please mention this Paper t eCGO 00 1 e eooeooo ooo ooaoooo oooo SGGERSf ESTABLISHED 1860 220 WEST MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY CALL TO SEE GtiAS E SENGi sJEWELERFOR TfILOR9 Diamonds Watches RODS FOR HOLIDAYS r HOME TELEPHONE 5540 t 80S East t t Floyd and Preston r Lebanon St LEBANO X w R JOtiNSTOll This is one of the Gest an most e heal 1ill Ctlullia section Scull them your neatly and promptly executed Home Tclcphono 3159 llSTOILES James AND oPrcANLOVIS3IILLE 199 to 429 EAST BACONS DILLER OLD STORE MANUFACTURERS AND Furniture Cbairs No 527 WEST MAIN STREET Bet Fifth and Sixth Streets Pickett Tobacco 4 C A Cor Eighth and IC AS ABROOES G BRIDGES lFour JlonUis StorageFrc- ef r rw all the landatsThres none more reliable than TijE FALI1iTY BRAND SOLD TO DEALERS ONLY JOHANBOEKE BROS c CO LQut vIlle KY A rHMLER reS c w cotE Mangr THEO RECT4NUS VPres New Farmers Home Hotel 400422E MAutKET S- xbove l Pre3totLO- UISVILLE Jilcot alpt5loo tbctr I nlfebs S REET T0 ALL PAR rr i Z 1 5 ten the girl whodoes not r glJtQ Wfslwitri men is Belfoon tyKJns or perhaps she tries to be smar or is too much given to laughing at the wrong time The 4s one thing most men cannot stand and that is being laughed at they like the girl who laughs with thorn they have nouse for the one who laughs at them A sense of humor is a very delightful quality but it is doubt fnl if it enhances a girls charm much in the eyes of a man The Beltconscious girl never gets far enough away from herself to be popular she is conscious of her looks her speech her actions she is all self with a capital In order to be popular with L men or women either for that matter it is necessary to put self in the background and make the other person the central point of interest The girl who is abso- lutelyI natural and unaffected is s pretty sure to be popular If she grows independent and flippant she loses her popularity- Do not think you must always have a smart answer ready Clev er repartee is all very well in its way but you can get on just as well without it If yon want the men to like you leave all the fun ny business to them your part is to be gentle sweet and lovable t Never make fun of men when talk ing to a man he will naturally imagine that yon talk of him in the same way i lucu always fight shy of the girl who is very witty at other peoples expense They enjoy having her with them when in a crowd she is what they calla good fellow r but they do not fall in love with herA girl need not feel that she is stupid because she cannot always answer a witty remark with one of like kind As long as she bright and interested she appearsI on well enough Nothing piresomo than the person who at wpts to be funny wt is spon eous It can not be manufac- ed to order erhaps another fault of the un JUIar girl is that she is too in Lpudent The clinging abso y dependent girl is a thing of She past in these strenuous days iio is bound to go to the wall I There is a happy medium how r u girl who is modest and feiiant without being too as tle She does not forget her manhood i or yet is she con faLtl tbhiiig nivantege of it JIn au address delivered by Pro f ident Burris A Jei kiss of Kan u nightfrrtfehe Opera House he said- a ig other thingsI Impend tg theb public Is of America by a lackof Jk le study vi1da grasping for jotnmTcial m The most comet naive study of the age is how tt wake mousy The fact that fjioet man are unable to devise a plan fr m reading the Bible how t make a dollor keeps them from I tion6Btu atiiJT nt wermd the time upon us when kd people will demand that the Itble be taught in the public holls iTrom time to time we hear bc us hogs being killed as a re r1t of salt and brine One man as that in his vicinity the ice knn makers threw out the salt n the freezers and the hogs ate fend died Other hogs also k the brine from it and died is no necessity of putting latter to the test A little good thing but there is that a great deal of salt il almost any animal P uld seem to be no myste Ited with the killing of lit when it is eaten in Intities Farmers Re vjlle Timer A New York ibo attempted to throw a nder the feet of an elephant jffU Park was promptly ar and sent to a sanitarium till the elephant seems tot his fees firmly planted heily every thing but the 1c llt NOTICE itivety my last call for dont want to pay extra iava to settle the same I ut a list of advertise in d illerS4C r Louisville- m there are monoPQly and the way l was the most between corpora chaso protection fro AdministrationThe is the soul of all thing has whhiu it the refin ed essence of divinity and we can pever partake of this in the least while our natures are so filled with the corruption andmisery that result from partaking of im proper things and indulgence of the flesh The Williamstown Courier has found a man in Grant county who is honest all the way through To solicitor for that paper the gen tleman paid a subscription arrear age of four dollars and insisted on paying interest on the amount claiming it was proper to pay interest on borrowed money 0 Father who hast all within Thy power to give unto all of Thy children as they need we call upon Thee knowing that ifwe ask we shall receive When we are weak we know that Thou wilt make us strong We want Thy life Thy atmosphere of inspira tion to fill our souls with divinity and bring us unto u higher rela tion with Thee A DOZEN DONTS Dont meet trouble half way Dont waste hear shot on snowbirds Dont give advice to a starving man Feed him first Dont be a good fellow at the ex pense of your family Dont expect to be truly hippy with out making others happy Dont set yotr son an example and then punish him for following it Dont try to fight the devil with fire Take a weapon with which he Is not familiar Dont expect people to profit by the advice vou give without following it forget that the most tedious conversations are those in which 1 is the text Dont worry over todays troubles until tomorrow and then it will not be the mistake of thinking that the pleasure you buy is equal to the happiness you earn Dont make the mistake of thinking that a knowing look will always serve the same purpose as real knowledge JOSEPHJEFFERSOWS WATCH Joseph Jefferson has probably given away more watches than any other man In the country Whenever be wanted to make a present he never cudgelled his brains as to what it should be That point was always set tled in his mind In the course of his career and tourings Mr Jefferson has scattered watches broadcast all the way from Sandy Hook to the Golden Gate and from Penobscot Bay to the Gulf of Mexico About fifteen years ago 1 had my watch stolen as i was in the crowd go log into the Fifth Avenue Theater where Mr Jefferson was playing said Jerome Eddy I was his press agent and when I went back on the stage to see him I casnally mentioned the fact that my watch had been stolen Mr Jefferson said Oh thats too bad and asked what kind of a watch it wag The next morning a package was sent to my house containing a watch very like the one I had lost There was no card or note with It but I suspected whom it was from and soon found out that the giver was Mr Jef ferson He wouldnt let me thank him even Theres the watch Ive carried it ever since He always gave gold watchesNew York Herald In the extremely cold climate of Northern Russia all classes of people wear linen underclothes instead of woolens and such a malady as a cold is unknown The Russian of those latitudes does not understand the meaning of rheumatism broncitls tarrh or consumption Japan is a country essentially humid sad rainy There are from 180 to 200 rainy days in the year The changes of temperature are sudden The winter is cold The houses are exposed to every wind The dress of the natives leaves the chest raked winter and summer and the legs uncovered The ordinary folk do wear hats Remember that every Democrat should meet at his voting place atone oclock on the third Monday in this month and select a good solid capable 1cmocrat for Committeeman This is a duty yQyrkiayt la anvil one boy whose tutor I had once so proudly planned Should wander from the path o right an come to such an end I tol him when he lett us only three short years ago Hed find himself a plowin in a mighty crooked row Hed miss his fathers counsels and his mothers prayers too But he said the farm was hateful an he guessed hed hate to go I know thas a big temptation fur a youngster In the west But I believed our Billy bad the courage to resist An when he left I warned him of the ever waitiu snares That lie like hidden serpents in lifes pathway everywhere But Bill he promised faithful to be keerful an allowed Hed build up a reputation thatd make us mighty proud But it seems as how my counsel sort o faded from his mind An now hes got in trouble of the very worstest kind His letters come soldom that I some how sort o knowed That Billy wasa trampln 01 a mighty rocky road But never once imagined he would bow my head in shame An in the dustd waller his of daddt honored name He writes from out in Denver an the storys mighty short I cant tell his motherItll crush her poor of heart An as I reckoned parson you might break the news to her Bills in the Legislaturbut he doesnt say what furl The Irrigator A HOG REMEDY Mr John Dawson says if those people who have sick hogs will try the following remedy they will no doubt get relief Mr Dawson has tried it on sixty hogs that were effected and only lost two or three pigs He is a farm er of vast experiences and a man whose word is as good as his bond The remedy that he suggests is certainly cheap and persons with hogs effected should try it It is as follows Grease the hogs well with crude petro leum oil taking a corn cob and rubbing the hog well about the head and ears Then take three or four bushels of polk root and boll it down and give it ti them If they will not eat drench them with it Then boil down thre or four kettles of worm weed and give It to them New Haven Echo When some souls have been grow into the possession of Gods life so that they can manifest it In works then the world will see that star in the cast which points to the life din vine and they will be r ady to follow because when they see the manifestation of that life they will see a life not only filled with peace joy and happiness but they will see a lifo given up to the unselfish doing of loving deeds for the people of the world And these things will not only appeal to everyone but they will make others aspire to follow In the same way that by their action and life they may rea the same harvest of peace of joy an of useless to ones fellow men When this time shall come in the world then spiritual leaders will have an effect with the people and then hall begin the permanent regeneration of the human race and we shall see then the beginning of the dawn of the millen nium upon the earth when all shall b brothers and sisters and when Gods life and love shall be so known by all His children that there shall be no want no weeping no soirow no envy or jealousy but all shall live together in brotherly love blessed by God In all they do because their life Is con trolled by one desire and that Is that the will of God should be done upon earthRussia which has an army of 4600 000 and a population too numerous to mention has only ninety dally papers This accounts for the dense Ignorance ot the Russians Of course It is dim cult to edit a newspaper in a country where everything is censored until nothing but names are left and each name Is shaped like Hannibals journey across the Alps but without newspa pers to scatter great truths broadcast and sprinkle a few grains of folly and fiction here and there no country can bsotberwisetban benighted Fon HEKrpSome houses and J tamml some Apply t fcfr 4iB Oiicr INERAL WATER It Has Been Recently Found on the Farm of J 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 take a few boarders The following gives a full explana tion Agricultural Experiment Staten State College of Ky July 14551Mineral water sent by J C Morrison Campbellsville Taylor coun ty Ky July 18 1904 The sample was received July 21 1904Tn pint bottle The water smelled strongly of hydrogen sulphide and there was a deposit of sul phur in the The water contains 3209 grains of solid matter to the gallon composed mainly of chlorides and sulphates of so dium calcium and magneisum some calcium carborbonate and traces of iron potassium and lithium compounds and a trace of borates The water contained also a very considerable quantity of hy drogen sulphide Is very good saline sulpur M PETER Chemist LIVE TOOK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLR Extra shipping 85 25g5 50 LJ gh t shipping 4 75G25 Best butchers 4 504 75 Fair to good butchers 3754 00 Common to medlumbtchr 3 253 50 HOGS Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 bs 550 Fair to good packing 160 to 200fts 650 Good to extra light 120 to 160 lbs 6 SIIEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 253 50 Fair to good 2 50 300 Common to medium 1 25d 1 75 CHEAP RATESSOUTHWEST Sourthern Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas Homeseekers Opportunities Heres your chance Very low oneway and round trip rates Southwest this winter about half the regular fare twice a month nearby dates are Deo 15 1904 May 5 to Sept 2 and 16 1904 Good time to visit Southeast Missouri Arkansas Louis iana or Texas and pick out a loon lione Round trip tickets permit stop over on the going trip return lim yournstarting point and where yonira t to go We will tell ju exaotly what your ticket will cost one way or round trip we will see that your baggage is chocked and that you are comfortably located on the right train Write for 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 Write today to AdorE W La Beaume G LouisMoiCotton Belt RouteSt CHEAP LANDS For Homeseekers and ColonieseThe country along tbe 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