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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i J I I rd r Tj bt balt toauu emj l y VOLUME 8 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL J 9 1905 NUMBER 22 POST OFFICE DIRECTORY J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days 730 a m to 930 Im COURT DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT Three sessions a year Third Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit JudgeH C Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A Huddlerton Sheriff F W Miller Circuit ClerkJ F Neat CoUNTY CoURTFirst Monday In each month Judge T A MurrelL County Attorney Jas Garnett ClerkT R Stints JailerJ K F ConoverIt AssessorJ F Felly SurveyorR T McCaSree School SuptW D Jones Coroner C M RusselL CITY CoURTRegular court second Mndayfn each month JudgeJas G Eubank AttorneyGordon Montgomery Marshal CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BUBKESVILLE STREETReV W C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool at 9 a m every Sabbath Prayermeeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BURKESVILLE STREETReV F E Lewis pastor Services first and third Sundays in each month SundaySchool at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday nightIBAPTIST GREENSBURG STREETRev J P Scruggs pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayermeeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN C rBELLSvILLE Piss pastor Services First Third and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night LO DOESI COLUMBIA LODGE No 96F and A M Regular meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery W tLIE G Atkins Secretary COLUMBIA COUNCIL U nmeets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month JAS GARNETT T I MIT R STULTS RECORDER COLUMBIA CHAPTER R A M No 7 meets Friday night after full moon T R Stints HT Horace Jeffries Secretary farm for Salem tS32 1 have a farm of 250 acres bluegrass land 2 miles from MiddleI burg College My place lies on the Mid dleburg and Hustonville pike well watered improvement good enough for any ohe A house with six rooms ice house hen house barn 2 miles to churches and bank onefourth a mile to common school 3 miles to railroad Will sell a man the farm with the money Call or write me at Mount Salem Ky A HICKS Wilmore Hotel W M WELMORE Prop f Grady ville Kentucky is no Better place to stop THERE at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached BRINTON HOTEL AND RESAURANT Lebanon Kyl Meals at all Hours Comfortable Rooms Location opposite Depot BELLS OLD STAND Custom of Adair and adjoining counties respectfully solicited II NOTICE WE ARE NOW READY TO DO ANY KINi Blacksmithing horseshoeing and wocd work all kinds of Buggy Carriage rind Wagon Repairing We are also prepared to apply nil kinds of newrr liUBBER TIRE Vie keep n stock of the best material and re y pairs Work done at our ahoplis guaranfccdag Avorkmanahip and prices Shop located on depot street near Main Giv6usacall CLARICd PARSON Csinpliellsville Kyv f 14far 30 I J f r 1R hr n s y ftr cIi i f 4 f s u f mh ADDITIONAL LOCAL Obituary Mrs Mattie A England passed peace fully away at Sparksville Monday April 3rd 1905 at one oclock after a short illness She had been a sufferer from kidney trouble for some time and it was the cause of her death All that loving hands and medical science could do was done but to no avail Five of the best physicians in the county at tended her Drs Grady and Grissom of Columbia Dr Nell of Gradyyille Dr Simpson of Elroy and Dr Taylor of Bridgeport But her case was hopeless and she grew gradually worse until they end came LiThe deceased was one of the best kown women at that placebecause of her loving kindness and sweet Christian lifeWhen the pall of death hung over her dear head and her suffering seemed almost too great to bear she put her trust in God Soe walked with God everyIgrew and more buoyant in her faithfulness for she knew she would soon see Him Her influence was felt wherever she went Though her gentle spirit has ascended to Him who said Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God Her sweet influence lingers with us still and leads us on to better memberIEvangelist Newsom arrived and preached his first sermon here last Thursday night A large audience greeted him indicating that the people of Columbia were very much interested in the meeting Rev Newsom has been evangelizing for the past twelve years meeting with fine success He stated to the congregation that while wasIffortsISavior they can join the church of their choice Sunday many had to return home the church being inadequate to seat the vast throng The Toledo Ohio Times has the following to say about Howard Camnitz a professional base ball pitcher and who is a son of Mr HR Camnitz of this office Camnitz is every inch a slabman and Demont Yeager and Watty Lee all former majors say he has all the motions of Jack Chesbro the New York Americans great pitcher Camnitz works easily and throws the ball without apparent effort but his speed tremendous and his curve ball lightning fast He is a former college man and uses every ounce ofI grey matter in his cranium He quick ly discovered Sunday that the Padukes could not hit a fast ball on the inside corner and he fed them this with the result already seen Convention Notice is hereby given that a Repub lican mass convention will be held in the courthouse in the town of Colum bia Ky on Saturday April 22 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of elect ing delegates to attend a district con vention at Breeding Ky on Monday April 24 to ratify the nomination of Hon W H Cole who has been nomi nated by the Republican primary in Cumberland couny to represent the 37th Legislative district in the Lower House of the General Assembly of KentuckyM Rey Yarberry Chairman F R Winfrey Sec Edgar Ray son of Mr and Mrs 0 H Morrison was accompanied by his parents and Miss Mattie Moran on a visit to this office last Thursday Edgar Ray is only two years old but he is a very bright child He talks distinctly and can take a book and point out every letter in the alphabet This is rensark able for a twoyuurold child It has been unpleasantly cool here for the past week and there have been several light frosts but it is said the fruit Is not killed Sunday morning there was a regular snow storm which lasted about three quar tors of an hour The ground was damp arid it melted soon after falling i Notice f Any one wanting tin workWill find aj my shop at any hour All91 jfuanll1 1ril tl3atta nnedf JJi jelrieta L I all 1Jy zNom i n c r Mr Bernard L GreenCE a rep resentative of an eastern company arrived here last night and has gone out with Prof W K Azbil to inspect the proposed railway Every phase of the proposition will be taken up and exam mod by the expert with a view to a judgment as to the merits of the enter prise This inspection is of the first im portance to the local as well as other in vestors If the judgment te favorable it is the understanding that a survey of the extentions will locatiOnI and the proposition will be shape to close contracts for furnishing and constructing the road if unfavora ble thewhole matter will be dropped It is an interesting coincidence that Mr Green had been in Mr Azbils offi ice only abo t20minutes when a tela phone message was received that the driller at Mannsville has struck gas in paying quanity near the site selected for the Power Plant of the proposed road CALIFORNIA California entertains every year a host of visitors By reason of this she has great reputation for hospitality Cali fornia wants you to visit her this spring The Rock Island System would like for you to try its uptodate service ftom Chicago or St Louis to the Golden State As a special inducement great ly reduced rates are offered daily Marc 1 and May 15 Ask your home or write to John Sebastian Passengerr Traffic Manager Rock Island System Chicago Jo Taylor and Walter Cooper tw coloredmen got in a difficulty on th e outside of the colored Methodist church last Sunday night We do not know the particulars but the Taylor darkey drew his revolver and fired at Cooper the ball grazing his breast Taylor evidently thought he had killed his man and left the scene at once At this writing his whereabouts are no known Mr R T Jones who was bereft of his beloved wife on the 23d day of March desires to return his most grateful thanks to the many residents of Co lumbia who willingly and tenderly wait ed upon his companion during her last illness Favors shown in hours of anguish will never be forgotten Thirty years ago last Sunday there came a cold spell killing all vegetation The leaves upon the trees were so chilled that they fell to the ground The beech nuts were also killed I have just received anice assortment of boys and childsens clothing the largest line to select from I have ever had Prices low W L WALKER All Companies of Columbia Chapter No 7 are urged to be here next Friday as work in all the degrees will begin early H C Bottom and his son t bought in Metcalfe last week a bunc of nice cattle at 3 cents They pur chased principally from Dr B F Tay lor Timely Hits Honesty integrity and energy are winners in the long run and worth more than 110 cents to the dollar day of life The young man who thinks of taking a short cut to fortune should remember that millions have failed on the same scheme The man who said Idleness is the mother of mischief told the truth It is hard to beat the slow but sure way even in this fast age Fine Business Oppor tuilityillEdmoutoilFor the wellknow and thoroughly established GeneraL Mercantile business of the late E R BEAUCHAMP now conducted by John A Beauchamp if now of fered forsale together with the- handsome combined Business House and Residence Write or call on JOHN ABEAI7QH MP Edmontpu Ky r c OV 7 Or his agent r VS ltE YKTLG R f iY f t r 7 V ftf0 I J cRq fs- J J Kf r 6 CHEAP RATES SOUTHWEST Southern Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas HOMESEEKERS OPPORTUNITIES Heres your chance Very low oneway and round trip rates Southwest this winter about half the regular faretwice a month Good time to visit Southeast Missouri Arkansas Louisiana or Texas and pick out a location Round trip tickets permit stop- Over on the going trip return limit 21 days Write and tell us your starting point and where you want to go We will tell you ex actly what your ticket will cost oneway or round trip we will see that your baggage is checked and that you are comfortably lo cated on the right train Write for our illustrated descriptive literature maps list of real estate agents and let us help you find a better home in the country along the Cotton Belt Route Write today to hL 0 SCHAFFER T PA r Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati 6 or E W La Beaume G P T A Cotton Belt Rte St Louis Mo DJnitDdro No 1982 Vol 5 AS H R lefttyears 1200 pounds strong flat bon heavy mane and tail good back with long crahey tapering neck well set in higir mounted shoulders a saddle horse head and ear on him a model under halter always styleIthe blue tie in sweepstake harness rings at same age When a 3yearold he was shown 14 times anil wore 13 blue strings has never been defeated in fancy harness rings has always been the victor in stallion stake ring as a breeder whenshown with three or more of his get for size style and general conformation and for all purposes He is a saddle horse with five distinct gaits fast line acting racker good in two walks and niceloper very positive in his trot under saddle and in har ness great all around action as is required for an uptodate sire of high priced sale horse forsaddle or harness He is a sure enough harness horse graceful stylish and fast can show eighths in 18 seconds a 228 gait with but little handling did this last fall one year ago after serving 91 mares in the spring He is possessed of wonderful nerve and speed enough to geta trotter for track use or gentlemens roadsters large handsomer stylish heavy and strong enough to get carriage horses with a kindly disposition for all purposes of a family horse He is the horse to sire parkers stylish graceful substance and docility It has been given up by horsemen that he one of the most uniform breeders in Kentucky He types his colts after himself has never sired a sorrel colt smallhwidest range of purposes well His coltsare show colts of the highest type blue string win ners from the oldest to the youngest PEDIGREESired by ChesterDare 10 N SH R he by Black Squirrel 58 he by Black Eagle 74 he by King William 67 he by Washington Denmark 64 he by Gaines Denmark 61 he by race horse Denmark F S he by Imp Hedgeford Dignitys AyHambletonian 10 Dignitys second dam is by Abdallah Messenger 3rd darn by Gills Vermont 4th dam by Thoroughbred Welchmbnts first dam Pauline by Almont Forest 2863 TERMS Dignity Dare will make the season of 1905 at my stable in Hustonville Lincoln Co Ky at 25 to insure a living colt when foaled Mares traded or removed forfeit insurance and money suchtransactionbills to be paid before removal of mares Grai fed if desired at reasonable rates Mares entrust ed to me will receive my personal attention but I will not be responsible for accidents or escapes Phone in residence at Hustonville Ky D S CARPENTER LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards CATTJLK Extra shipping i500g550- Light shipping eo 4 50 y 475 Best butchers i 3 754 25 Fair to good butchers 3 754 00 Good feederseo 3 504 00 soda l Choice packing and hutch 300 ibs V vv iQ 70 1erJ2OQto d packing t Lfi0 w a light x24 f J100 b l 1 f Y5r I PAND LAMBS QR ro extrash1IP i OJtc0ui 5J3c0 r 1 r 7 tr tti r 4 r f r i t 1 n I RED BIRD 1956 Red Lexington Nc 1957 by Red Bird 1956 Joe2ofej up Red Bird 1956 by Joe Brown 1955 by Cabbells Lexington is a dark bay Stallion 151 hands foaled 1895 1st dam by Baileys Dex ter by Cabbells Lexington 2nd dam by Elastic horse3rd darn by Waxie 4th dam Sir Archie Thoroughbred- Red Bird is a horse of extreme substance finish and action He has produced more highclass horses than any horse in this section of Kentucky The dealers all search for his colts and buy them at fancy prices as fast as they mature Breeding to this horse is not an experiment as he has demonstrated the fact to all who know him that he is a uniform breeder and a sire of the highest type of horses that the market constantly demands ltIfiCOltfi SQIJIRRELI Foaled in 1902 by Marion Squirrel No 1908 by Black Squirrel 58 1st dam by Eagle Bird 2nd dam by On Time 3rd dam by Black Eagle 4th dam Denmark imported thoroughbred Lincoln Squirrel is a steel grey 153 with breeding and individ uality equal to any horse in Kentucky He is strictly a highclass saddle and harness horse in every particular being void of nothing that is required for a highclass Stallion The two above Stallions will make the season of 1905 at our barn II at 10 to insure a living colt Money due when colt is foaled Inptcase you sell trade or remove the mare from the neighborhood or breed to other stock the above fee will become due an you will mall cases be expected to pay same Mares fed at a reasonable rate or pastured at 200 per month We also have registered 0 I C Boar fee 100 Horses trained at reasonable rates jj We will in no way be responsible for accidents Thanking yout v for past favors we are yours trulyri COFFEY BROS r OFFICE PHONE 9 RESIDENCE PHONE 77 The Louisville Trust Southwest Corner Company Fifth and Market LOUISVILLE KY ofnevery kind and description and the transaction of a general trust business is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin istrator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every posi tion of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength JOPPA Born to wife of Isaac Willis April 10 a son Miss Flora Powel has about re covered from measles f Mrs Fannie Montgomery is thought to be some ther at this writing 1 Y fl t t v i Mrs Frank Sinclair and child r nyjSiteKat1J Fannie Willin j last week r H I Several of the 1 tiAg people at tended th e eir iit Annie nta 1 s I the rn r tt fz r ttf JThe recent rains have prevent ed the farmers in this section from planting corn Mrs P H Willis has returned f herrdaughter better r There will be a hasfe t singing at Zionin the near ea The exact date has not beeiraeelded on yett Miss Mollie CaldwelL of poi1 land accomanied byy Misse rEvr cerandohoDeyof tillt Wh s t daT E Waggen rSatuyda inigl it and Sundgy tj 2 i f l irirSiVVj t li ry r t rt U tL IPAGE I8 FillED f2 JCHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY APRIL 19 1905 rj THE PEACE RUMORS Apparently They Do Not Affect the Japanese Governments Attitude in the War TO PUSH MILITARY OPERATIONS France Alone is Capable of Taking the Tintative in 1prsnailing llus shTto Sue For Peace In the Mean Time the Japanese Army and Navy Will Continue Active Preparations For the Years Campaign Work Tokio March 31file various ruv mars of peace negotiations emanating from Europe arid the United States are published and commented upon were Apparently they do not affect the attitude of the Japanese govern ment and people towards the war The press reechoes the announced de termination of the Japanese to vigor ously push the military operations un moved and undeterred by discussions of events in Russia or elsewhere The liji declares that the successive reverses havo not affected Russia Em peror Nicholas the paper adds is un willing to sacrifice the prestige of his house or surrender the position of controlling influence Russia has heretofore held over the powers of Europe Field Marshal Oyamas army will con tinue its forward movement and not give Russia a breathing moment The Kolcumin pronounces the war to be senseless and wasteful on the part of Russia but the paper says if she chooses to shut her eyes to the light of reason Japan will profit by her blindness A Japanese Papers Opinion The Nichi Nichi says France alone is capable of taldrg the initiative in persuading Russia to beg for peace but the Nichi Nichi doubts if Russia would accept Frances advice Be cause the peace terms will mean the death of the bureaucracy and the bu reaucracy is not committing suicide In conclusion the Nichi Nichi says In the meantime the Tapnnese army and navy will continue prepara tions for the years campaign Fresh levies are constantly departing for the front the lines of transportation are extending into northern Manchuria and the vanguards of the fighting col damns are following the retiring Rus sians northward Interest in the war is partly shifting eastward It is reported that the Russian plan to abandon the Island of Sakhalin whon the harbors are free of iceThe Russians are strengthening the defensive points north of the Tumen river Korea in the vicinity of Hun chun northwest of Possiet bay and at points on the railroad in the vicin itQf Ninguta 160 miles east by north of Kierin A good highway extends from Possiet bay northward to Nin guta where it joins the Kierin road ALICE ROOSEVELT It Is Said That She Will Wed Senator Albert J Beveridae Topicstvelt Miss Alice Roosevelt has sur rendered her heart and promised her hand and now wears upon her left third finger the jeweled token of her marriage engagement The successful wooer is the eloquent Boy Orator of the Wabash Senator Albert J Bever idge of Indiana and the formal an nouncement of the betrothal will be made at Easter President Roosevelt is more than pleased and has given the happy pair his parental benedic tion Senator Beveridge is a widower of 42 MISS MILDRED LEE Her Remains Have Reached Lexing ton Va on a Special Train Lexington Va March 31 The remains of Miss Mildred Lee youngest daughter of Gen Robert E Lee reach ed Lexington on a special train A delegation of confederate organizations the faculty and students of the Washington and Lee university and the faculty of the Virginia military in stitute met the train and escorted the body to R E Lee Memorial Episcopal church where funeral services will be conducted by the rector Rev Dr R J McBryde Roosevelt An Mediator London March31T11e St Peters burg correspondent of the Lodon Times telegraphs that he has learned from unimpeachable sources that President Roosevelt has been selected as mediator between Russia and Japan fin tlie negotiations for peace now ipending between the two countries The dispatch states that negotiations fare already in progress Suspension of hostilities is shortly expected Organization Dissolved By Police J Moscow March 31A local work mens organization the Zoubatovch tina which at two meetings demand the convocation of a constitutional as sembly and liberty of speech press and conscience has been dissolved by VthV police V 7trfc FARMER A CROESUS CROPS FOR YEAR 1904 EXCEED ALL RECORDS Corn Is King the Value of Yield Amounting to 1OOO000OOO Gotten Given Second Place Hay and Wheat Third Washington The agricultural prod ucts of this coimCry in 1903 were the greatest in its history but the report of the secretary of agriculture declares that 1904 has advanced beyond the pre vious year Some products have fallen slightly behind in value but others have more thaI fulfilled the deficit And the general result is that the farmers have produced in value more wealth than they ever did before in one year Jhe figures are enormous The quan tity of corn approached 2500000000 bushels and the high price for it gives this crop a farm value much greater conIcould pay the jiaUoual debt and inter est fyr one year and still leave enough to pay the exi estii of the national government fora large part of one year The cotton crop is second in the value theIIGOOOOOOOO e may for they arc based on the values at the farms and are not the com= anyiKay and wheat are contending for exIcrops wheat win be worth on the farm this year as much AS the corn crop namely something more h1000000000 On account of the higher value of wheat it is the most valuablecrop ever raised in the country Potatoes and barley reached their highest production in 1904 The oats crop was G0ii00000 bushels greater than over before except in 1902 There were r60000000 pounds more of rice than ever the production being estimated at 900090000 pounds valuedtbYgovernment have an aggregate farm value this year amounting to 3583 = 3H9GC9 This is an increase of 14 per cent over 1S03 and 42 percent over five years ago j Farm horses have increased slightly in number and more in value and the aggregate was never so valuable as in- 1904 with a total of ll3G940t29S The value of farm mules also reached Its highest point which is 217532832 The steady advance in poultry in number and in the quantity and value astonishingIcueing one and twothirds billions of dozens of eggs yearly and these hens during their busy season lay enough egg in two weeks at the high prices that have prevailed during the year to pay the years interest on the national debt agricultural theIle crops are the live stock These figures do not represent fully the value of the wealth produced upon the farms of the country And the diffusion of wellbeing among the farmers throughout all parts of the country is one of the most conspicuous features of the recent agricultural de veiopnient LIKE A JOSHUAS TRUMPET Miracle of Falling Walls Repeated in VilleINotes Cause Ruin Berlin The Bible miracle of the walls of Jericho falling after the Jewish soldiers under the leadership of Joshua marched around them a certain num her of times sounding their trumpets found a repetition the other day at Heiligenstart near Leipsic The local music master who was organizing a brass band had gathered his musicians for practice in his garden situated at the foot of the ancient wails of the city One day while the trumpets were do ing their best on a high note the city wall fell without warning scattering the terrified musicians all over the meadowsIt that a combination of notes caused the ruins of the walls just as oc casionally a note struck in a room will cause the breaking of glass without ap parent cause FUNERAL S Rr10NIBY WIRE Distant Sick Man Hears Address at Wifes CoffinInjured Get ting Medicine Pittsbubrg Pa Benjamin P Welsh an Allegheny druggist lay on a cot in the Allegheny general hospital with a telephone receiver adjusted to his head and heard the sermon at the funeral FairviewIarranged a transmitter in front of the coffin Rev Thomas Park talked into the receiver while addressing the mourners in the room A mile and a half away the sick man heard every word Welsh was hurry ing home with medicine for his wife who had pneumonia when he fell from a street car and fractured his leg iiutwo places He had to crawl to his home 150 yards away The next day he was taken to the hospital and his wife died l j t i 1 Q i YOUNGSMURDERINan BrotherinLaw Are Charged Jointly With Conspiracy DEMAND AND THREAT WASTAGE Arrest of the Tatter Two in Cinein rnati Will HaveImportant Bearings on the New Trial The Governor of Nov York Will Make Requisition on the Governor of Ohio For the Return of the Prisoners jNOW York March 3tTbo grand ry this city handed down indict rnents against J Morgan Smith Jupia Smith his wife and Nan Patterson charging them jointly with conspiracy The indictments are based upon a tet ter alleged IQ have been written vby whichtmaud for money for the Patterson girl action by the grand jury fol 1toured a henring jtt the criminal courts building at which several witnesses Jnclndmg the widow of Caesar Young and Mrs Youngs brotherinlaw Wil lam Luce were examined by Assist ant District Xttorney Rand who con rlucted the recent trial of Nan Patter son charged with Caesar Ypungs mur ior which resulted in a disagreement y the jury The arrest of Smith and his wife at Cincinnati according to the local au thorities will have an important bearing upon thug new trial of the Patter on girl on the charge of murder set for April lOi The Revolver That Shot Young 1At a previous trial an attompt was nude to prove that the revolver with which Young was shot was purchased by Smith and a woman the day before 1the tragedy occurred x A deputy sheriff of the district at rorneys office left here Thursday for Albany with requisition papers Tor Smith and his wife which Gov TTig gins will be asked to sign Af soon as the governors signature is obtain od the deputy will start for Ohio As Distant Attorney Garvtn will leave for Cincinnati to represent the New York authorities in the extradition proceedings in case Smith decides to fight Tn addition to the conspiracy charge Smith is also under indictment for contempt of court in failing to respond to a subpoena inthe preliminary ox amination before the grand jury Nan Patterson had not been informed of the arrest of her sister and brotherinlaw up to a late hour Probable Missing Link Found Cincinnati March UTosetah Morj an Smith and his wife Julia the latter the sister of Nan Patterson who ts accused of the murder of Caesar Young in New York city more than a cityia week after the crime was com milted the New York authorities have done everything in their power to lo cate the couple as Smith it is claimed may be the missing link needed to forge the chain of guilt around Nan patterson He is believed by the New pmIkilledrepeatedlywho purchased it His description though faint fitted that of Morgan Morgan and his wife disappeared the day after the shooting 1DIME NOVELS They Paved the Way To the Penitentiary For Life For a Boy March 31 Dime novelsIChicago A Logan jrs way to the penitentiary according to the boys senIClandestinely Young Logan pored over the tales of sensational crime in yellow back literature When his shoes wore out and he was out of work he decided to put dime novel methods into operation and secure the money for new foot gear as a high wayman He stole a revolver from the owner of his fathers flat and start Cl forth upon the night expedition which resulted in Mrs Traceys death The deed of blood weighed upon his conscience and next morning he confessed to his father who without hes itation turned him over to justice Extra Session of Congress Washington March 31 President Roosevelt told a number of senators and members of congress that he expected to call the extraordinary session of congress for the consideration of railroad rate legislation about October 15 Overdose of Morphine Augusta Ga March 31Miss Ag nes Watson daughter of Thomas Wat- sonis in a desperate condition as the result of an accidental overdose of morphine taltenat the home of a friend in Athens GaWbereshe is visiting v Tr r r i Jefferson City MoAfter a fight lasting 17 minutes and costing the tax payers 270 the legislatures expenses being 15 a minute the house killed Rep resentative Walmsleys bill to tax tom cats 5 per annum and tabbies 30 cents the proceeds to go to the establishment of a home for aged spinsters The committee which had the bill in charge re ported it to the house amended so that the law if enacted should not apply to black cats white cats yellow cats brin dle cats speckled cats nor any other kind of cats excepting wildcats After a sharp tilt the committee withdrew the amendments whereupon Representative Lee of Mississippi moved to have the bill mended so a to have all cats killed then he said 1the women may have time to lavish some of their affections on me instea of the infernal cats By a close votp the bill was finally killed TO GOTH AM N TWO MOORL Tom L Johnson Cleveland 0 Mayor Predicts a Journey 01 Electric Tobsggan Slide Cleveland OM2yor Tom L John- Son told of rapid trinsit in the fuhr- as he believed it wiJ be to tbs mr hers of tIeCivil Zn ineer1 club at their auri banquet He prdieted a trip from Chicago to Nev York over assort of toboggan slide electric railroad in two hours It has long been an open secret that the mag istrate has been aracitious to perfecta device or aonihilating time in rapid transit For several years he has been vorking on the hobby along Strictly original lines until at last he has whereIof the invention The engineers work the mayor modjwithout him For instance do you think that we will be satisfied with a 20hour schedule between New York AlthQagiiheelsspeed of more than 200 miles an hour I believe that many of you in this room will see the time when two outs and better between the two will be commonplace That will be less than half the speecPof a cannon ball It can and will be done much quicker than you think jv If we can control electricity and straightinow a used in what is known as a motor we- have the problem solved And it is far easier than we have heretofore shotItie on slide rails something like a toboggan slide drawn by magnets It is an early event of the future NEWSPAPER PLANT ON CARS Daily Is Issued from a Special Sent Out by Indian Territory Citizens Tulsa 1 TYhat to do with a hun dred million cubic feet of natural gas hundreds of acres of undeveloped coalfields and other resources has been a problem for Tulsa to solve At a meeting recently held a hundred men volunteered to make an advertis ing trip through several states inthe east and assist in the colonization of this rapidly developing country and for that purpose have chartered a special train and in a few days will invade the crowded districts of the United States An entire train of sleepers and parlor cars has been secured This train will carry the party through Illinois Indiana Ohio Iowa and Missouri A baggage car has been fitted up as a newspaper office and for the first time in the history of newspaperdom a dally paper will be issued on a train Each town or city visited will get an edition of the Daily Record which will be filled with information of the country it rep resents besides furnishing information as to thecause of the trip withithe train and in an ordinary day coach with seats removed will he an exhibit of the natural resouces of the country sur rounding Tulsa JAIL A HOUSE OF PLENTY Sheriff Said to Get Percentage on Food Supplies Prisoners Petition to Regime Continued ISioux City IaThe tax payers are masse and voicing a vigorous protest against the treatment accorded the inmates of the Woodbury county jail It is said the sheriff gets a per centage on all fool supplies and as a result is willing to have the bills run citIset in the jail is more attractive than they can afford for themselves One wit declares that the following attracts are to be found in the jail Elaborate menus Plenty of cigars Hair mattresses v V Playing cards v No manual labor JResult Overcrowded and others trying to break in The grand jury made its report and the protests of the tax payers led to severe strictures on the subject The jury demanded that some form of remuner ative labor be found for the prisoners ands that the luxuries be abolished at ocerThe prisoners will dr wup a ckjonr J V f i t f 1 if4 t t WOODSON LEWIS BROTHER GREENSBUEG KY THE ONLY GENUINE OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS 1 Birdsell Studebaker M T j rMj1b urn Wagons i t 1obco tilizer8 yaIs y McersvI3inciers Harrows Gasofme SriK Corn Planters and Dulls General Merchand s n U PYL AUr1t t t ti i pf1 ifiJ 4 VOil 11 A Motte1t V I w yII= W wi Jit AVgrJUc BET GREEN AH9 WALWJT STREETS r LJ4qsvlL 1zrs1TucM Y 7= t c vRefurnished Redecorated and Remodeled AFirstclass tHotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale 1 and Retail Districts Churches and Theatres PIKE 04MPBELL Manager 4 Direct Youir h1AiFOR YOUR SPRING CARPETS RWGS- Linoleoois s flattings and Draperies Biggest Line Bottom Prices JjU 0Brnu CL1 BnOs524528528 M nrl Si L C U i S V I L L E K V- Laundry5 = ez IU Lebanon Steam LEBANOK KENTUCKY WR tJOHHSTOi Poprietop This is one of the Best and most Reliable Laundries in the State thisineatly and promptly executed t L v t vV IT4IE I t ff t DIJUHOTEL COLUMBIA KY 0 IIS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERNV Architecture containing 35 new neat and w11yen tilated rooms It is nicely furnished conveniently x A located and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky X5 Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three good sample rooms for commercial men S M H MARCUM Propr f l FRANK CORCORAN M1 METCAL i CORCORAN JIETCHIiptMANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN O HIQH = QRADE 00MARBLE AND GRANITE a tCemetery Work of all kinds See Us Before You Buy MAIISI STREET LEBANON KYI Trade from Adair E ti soliciteds y PAGE 18 FADED j I Jt y THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY APRIL 19 1905 3 jr Historys Greatest Struggle pcc It is to selfgovernment the great principle of popular repre sentation and administration the system that lets in all to partici pate in its counsels that we owe what we are and what we hope to be The administration of govern merit like a guardianship ought to lie directed to the good of those who confer not of those who receive the trust It is amongthe evils and per haps not the smallest or demo cratic governments that the peo ple must feel before they will tee When this happens these Lie aroused to action Nothing will ruin the country if the peoule themselves will un ieiiake its safety andnothing can save it if they leave that safe ty in any hand but their own thateresho ranka3and file of political organizations It is The Commoners purpose to impress tie parrtkJpferly on Democrats Of wet avail will be the system that lets in all to partici pate in its counsels if men who are delirious of good government and believe in equal rights to all special privilege to none Deliberately ignore the opportuni ty ta take part in govimmental affau 1 It Is true that the fladministra tioa of government ought to be directed to the good of those who confer not to those who rceive the trust hit is it any wonder that when the masses become indifferent to their duty as citizens and permit minorities to rule those who recive the trust convince themselves that the government should be ten1 lueted for the especial benefit of hemselves and their friends No truer words were e leI uttered than Nothing can save n government if the people leave that safety in any hand but their own It is not only a citizens privilege tovote but the duty is not discharged when the citizen absents himself from the partys primaries and contents himself with casting his vote for the tick et named and the policy adopted by the comparatively small num ber of men who having special interests at stake are active and diligent where men whose into est is only in the general welfare are indifferent and neglectful It must be plain to everyone that the greatest political con test in history will be waged in 1908 if the special interests that now thrive at the expense of the general public are to be brought inte obedience to law and justice Jn that great contest the demo cratie party may play a conspic uou and important part or it maybe found in a discreditable ifnot an obscure position The party may win success by deserving It iiay obtain confidence by prov ing itself worth or it may invite disastrous defeat It remains with the rank and ilo of the democratic party to say what the partys course shall Le No one for a moment will doubt the course which will be adopted by the rank and file if they avail themselves of the duty to register their preference at the primaries But a systematic inborder that the democrats may be mpressed with the importance of participating in their partys councilsThe enemies of good govern ment the beneficiaries of class legislation act as one man with unlimited means at their disposal The people have only their votes and they must cast them together or suffer defeat Democrats who believe their party should be a party of the people have in their power through systematic organ y ization to so shape their partys policies and govern its environ ment for the 1908 campaign that it will command the support of all men who have grown weary of the exactions made by special interestsMuhlback relates an incident in the life of the great military hero of France At Marengo the man of destiny sad and disheartened thought the battle lost He called a drummei boy andordered him beat a retreat The lad replied Sire I do i o know how rDessaix has never taught me to retreat but I can beat a charge Oh lcanbeata charge that would make the dead fail into line I beat that charge at the bridge of LodI beat it at Mt Tafyor I beat it at the Pyra midst Ohmay I beat it here The cha ale was ordered the battle won and Marenga was added to the vhXtore 3 of Napolean1 Letdemocrats draw inspiration ftom the street gamin of Paris Let tbecommana1tQ charge be given and obeyed and this Mare 1go7 willbe oUr glory and not our shame fyv JlBryan in The Commonerh t itNew W eslon A rntwriting oat Panama to the o Cbn ii a ma J crafe says t YoU can cook an eggiB leeminutes here In the sun The natives herstinel and- women go almost naked The government IS making them tclothes on 4nittlicy pull tb motl gai1o now theytnLip They are a ba d crowd s- I see people die her every day and it is hggK i all bearer v to carry them to tl hole Yellow fever and smallpox both pr vaille eWhel thcSi e h- were building the Parma railroad the government worked Qhi nese laborers Yeilo y feve broke ootalso smallpox and 4800 Chinese died in one year and were buried along tlje Char gares river the worst in the world It rises nin tyfeetin twentyfour hours and does this every year The canal will be apart of this river Every week a shipload of people from the United States comes to t is place and about the same number go back It is hard to keep them here Otfe or two cases of Yellow fever scare them and back home they go on the first ship It is not probable that ny power will seriously dispute oiir right and title to this large and flour ishing graveyard for which the constitution was defied and the Monroe doctrine tradei offI A fwifles Stand fcr The Sabbath Some time ago a theatrical company suM tbe Baltimore Ohio railroad for faflnre to get into LouisvHle in time to fill an engagement for a Sunday alter noon performance The ease was tried before Judge Mat ODaugherty w decided that a thraler which was opened on Sunday was in direct con flirt with the law and that the cempany was not entitled to damages because it was prevented from breaking a law by surflilrocfcLnot delivering them at i hei destination to do it Judge 6Daugh erty has shown himself to be both a good Christian and aji upright Judge by his decision which has been received with great favor by goodpeople every where Ex Shot Down by a Mob Senatobia Miss April 13At an- T early hour this morning Sheriff M Poag of Tate county was shot and killed by a mob of masked men heavily armed who entered the jail for the pur pose of liberating James White a white prisoner who is to be placedon trial Monday on a charge of murder The mob which consisted of six or eight men reached the jail at 3 oclock this morning and gained an entrance before Sheriff Poag was aware of its intention The Sheriffs demand that the men leave the jail was met with a firm refusal whereupon the officer fired wounding one man The members then fired on the Shiriff two bullets taking effect one passing through the left l r IS r ilA lung The members of the mob then beat a hasty retreat taking their wounded companion with them Sher iff Poag lingered until 6 oclock this morning when he died The names of the members of the mob are not given and they are probably unknown at this ti e White remains in jail There is great excitement here and further de veloptnents are watched with keen in terest t 3tUijhafc of Success The following alphabet is print ed on a neat card andhung np in coffee taverns and places of re sort and business in Great Brit ianr Attend carefully to the details of your business Be prompt in aH things Consider well then decide positively Dare to do right fear to do wrong Endure trials patiently Fight lifes batties bravely d manfully Go DQt into the society of the vleious Hold integrity sacred Injure not anothers re natation- nor business Join hands only witlitftervirtur J ous vvv Ken your minaffornevil tl1 ht tie not for anY consideration Make few special acquaintanS- fiiS V ifever try to appear What ow are n6t- Observe good maip err f i Pay your 44 ts prnip tue5tion got the 1lffittofa friend r Respect tlfe co par ts Sacrifice money i llerUlar principle t Touch not iasfe not handle not intoxicating drinjcsT 2 Use your leisure time for inv t prpvement S Venture iiet iporILhe threshold of wrong t at carefully over yow pas sions Extend to everyone a Jrindly salutation i Yield not to discouragement Zealously labor for the right And success is Certain father ISiied His Son Lexington Ky April 2 Though neither fired a shot two burglars have just ben indicted in Knott county on at charge of willful niurdet in the shoot ing of Anderson Young who was acci dentally killed by his father John YoungThe circumstances surrounding the tragedy are the most peculiarand unique in the criminal annals otVche Kentucky mountains and serve to queeroideas of law John Kelley and John Sexton broke into the Young residence January 10 last for the purgpse of robbing the in mates The noise they made awoke neaptrhis bed and called to his sbcteenyear old son Anderson to bring another weapon Seeing some one approach the elder Young opened fire thinking lie was shooting one of the robbers only to find that he had killed his son who was hastening towards him with the second gun 7 Kelley and Sexton the two burglars fled but were soon capturedand held to answer to the grand jury which instead of indicting them for the crime theyactually did Commit charged them with responsibility for the murder of the boy Apparently the jurors rea s oned that had the men not broken into the house the young man wouldnot have been mistaken by his father for one of them and thus lost his life As the father was not to blame someone must be and only the two burglars being left to shoulder the crime they mU3t accordingly be tried for the will fiilmurderof one they never saw or shot at f In The Springtime- A writer inan Eastern paper has taken up the subject Is life worth living Is it What a foolish question The birds arouSed you this morning They were twittering under your win doe perhaps laying plans for the Sum mer and discussing the little home that is to be far up in the branches of some great treeV When yon rubbed the sleep out of your eyes you left the House that had almost been a prison through the dreary Winter months and went into the country The great change is earning Buds are swellingd the lilacs can hardly wait for the warm breezes the soft rain and the golden sunshine that is to transform them into masses of fra grance The air feels good It is clean and wholesome You fill your lungs with ii and for the moment ge falls from your shoulders and you want to shout and run Through the dead leaves the green leavebfelt the sun are already emerald ear pets The soil is full of moisture and the brook that was icebound a few r days ago purls and trills and trjickles and makes music vas sweet as thee laughter of a child x Theres a bluebird aimrr robin esr dozens of them Where did they come from How did they know that the doors had been tlnownopen and that old Mother Nature was bidding them a smiling w ic me- Wfcoknowa 4 Who cares it is enough that thyare heje and that their chirps and twitter nags nre aigtts that the deathJand of Winter has beVii removed and that this eautiu11 d is again to blc soma make IaJWr the soU of manluxKL r S tifQ al 4andolpltt tji a difficulty at Randolph lasts Fri dy about dark be ween T J CimdiftV Deputy United States Marshal for this district and Drane llackey a farmer Earl Mackey a brother f the latter while acting as peacemaker was shot in the right forearm just below the elbow fcy Cundiff and painfully wonndied Cundi had gone to Drane Mackey Js home and attempted to search the house for Joe Glass Mackeys father inlaw Maskty ordered him off the premsas and the Marshall went to Ca reys store at Randolph where he was soon followed by the two Mackeys Earl Mackey trying to keep his brother from fiihting In the row the Marshal pulled his pistol and fired at Earl Ivfac key with the result above stated Marshal Cundiff states that at the time he fired he thought Earl Mackey was attempting to draw a weapon but Mackey denies that he had a weapon Glasgow Times S New Kind of Thief Depredations of a new kind of a thief are beginning to be reported in Padu cab and the Lances are that the cul prit will soon be in the toils says the Paducah Sun A number of people have had fipwers stolen from their yards pprincipally tu lips and hyacinths In some instances only the blooms were taken but in others the bulbs were dug up and car ried away Mr Julius Well the wellknoVn drummer is a great lover of flowers and had at his home at Seventh and v Madisnistreets a fine assortment of tulips and hyacinths whicn cost many dollars He arrived a few days ago off a hree ofmonthsthem in bloom A night or two before- he arrived some one entered his yard and took them every one away Asimilar thing occurred in the yards of Mr Sol Dreyfus a block away These gentlemen haven informed that a negro girl has been disposing of bulbs and was seen with an apron full of them supposed to have been the ones stolen An effort will be made to apprehend and properly punish this human rival oft the town cow Advertise in the News r 4J ill Cash or creditV 11 Diamonds Watches Jewelry on Weekly or Monthly pay ments Easter Nov elties Wedding Presente Silverware Etc iDl Elon iceiru 6Ieuit 601 KerituckylLL fEN BIE1i Afi 1YensgetfE JOHN L MW Ssoreiary an Traur- JTrA T IME COMPANY Ir corUGRA7ZD r 421 West Main Street tdUIVIJtE KE Ti1CK fJ Il AL D JKtt I tI tf rTJjI LmiYiU C 1b iq 1 tJ d r4 Rv Si nLS ir is Tit t r yX vAr fK 9 irl Al i Promptlyi ii tJ oJ1- t 0qC1fVJ HLJ7Ff N s llr 5S4t rtt d5b j tiaisie 7c iw tJ f t tt F S ifhtpti r t I j h A 1It It DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTUREES AND WHOLESALE rarnitt riatresseS No 527 WEST MAIN STREET teUISYILU KLBet Fifth and ixth Streets jrrps rxr 4 J r DEHLER BROTHBRS1 t i4b sat Met e t tit CArry s T IrV1L rL= Jlll HAightsS- E lJl FitOyok J FUR eft 1 At f Ii J 4CATALGGk 1 to 1 r Mft t tzAiios 4 ip 1t1f t V + YfJ 7 Jb IF 7i fid oJf pftdPtt t r jl 7 J I o 7 I tf J 1 r 1t iI L Jj Dfo rifc llItJf Ad i f i 7 1 IcO L V ffft lI 1 C jF5- Iff Hal 5g iSTet4 i l j n r ff r l nD 1 s IrGJiw ITf1A6faumnH6n6n6uGro s Go INCORPORATED IMPORTERS AND JOeSEiRS OFt1sodfcIess to0Sr l lens Furnislftngs T10fJSCLOAtS1 ETC 631 633 Wtst Main St LOUISVILLS KY NEW YORK OFFICE 43 LEONARD STREET Merchants who may want to see Mr King will call the Exchange at Columbia ti l i1 j t it i Q URUJ1Df 11 ii 11 t u r1 it FistulojPblleyil Splints Spavin or any Surgical work done at fair prices- I AM FIXED TO TAKE CARE OF STOCK SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EYES V S O CRENSHlAWv Simile from Columbia on Dissapcintment if i f i Xt 1 Ill UMRTAKEES SHOP KyIShop at Russell Springs I keep ready for use all kinds of CQFiN8ANDCANKErS which Give me a call and be convinced thatitwould be to your interesftbpatronize my shop JESNOW T Z t t tX 4f- rIsKin k r b t r- r I 4 i 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COEUlBSlA KY APRIL 19 1905 1lhe ax Otorortg leut Published Every Wednesday- BY THE IdairGounty N wsfo n COWPO s TED eRA A MAMK a t114nT Democratic newspaper devoted to the inte fI the city of Columbia and the people of and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second BH mail matter WED APRIL 19 1905 Senator Blackburn invites Judge Paynter his opponent for United States Senator to a joint discussion of the political situa tion of the day Both of them be ing Democrats what would they discuss 1 There is no issue between them We take it that they are both qualified and both are certainly in accord with the principles of the Democatic party The best thing for the party is for these two distinguished gen tlemen to conduct their campaigns upon high principlesno mud slingingand the right man at the right time will be named by the caucus The Jefferson Day banquet in New York was attended by 700 Democrats The speakers were Judge Alton B Parker Augustus Van Wick Senator Newiands Mayor McClellan Congressman Rainey of Illinois John W Kern of Indiana and J J Wilett of Alabama The principal address was delivered by Judge Parker and his remarks were enthusias tically applauded He made a strong plea for party harmony and urged an adherence to the w Old Landmarks decrying what he termed newfangled forms of hysteria and humbug Judge Thomas H Paynter has made public a letter to Senator J C S Blackburn declining the invitation to take part in a series of debates Judge Paynter says that such discussion would interfere with his duties on the Appel late bench He also says he is not sure that the discussion would be in the interest of the Demo cratic party and that as he and Sear Blackburn are ina ceo r d as to the cardinal principles of their party it is not clear to him that there is such an issue be tween them as to require joint discussion 1TheDemocrats of Adair coun ty seem to be but little concerned l while about forty Republican can didate are out for the nomina tin It is not known that there will be a Democratic can didate for any position but there are men in the county who want a full ticket put in the field and who would do every thing in their power to elect it There will be time enough to consider thin matter after the Republicans have selected their nOplineesI the trial of Judge James Har gis charged with being accessory to the murder of Tom Cockrell- is now going on at Lexington Sheriff Callahan charged with the same offense will be put on trial next The general opinion in this part of the State is that thare both guilty and should be evereiy punished Thay are Democrat and wealthy but the Dempcratic willingttttf condone the crime of murder Grave yard dust sure hood ihobes colored people unless the3f- Pee thier fingers cross e d to counteract the hoodoo Mary Jones paid a fine in Louisville last week for sprinkling it in fi front of her neighbors as they jyrent about their premisesr 0 i r ff rr r We make the statement elsewhere that no Democratic can didate has as yet announced for office but since it has been put in typewe have been informed that Mr J A Young will certainly make the race for jail er Mr Young was reared in the Southern portion of the coun ty but has been a citizen of twentyrests Demor crat and has many friends throughout the county Senator Blackburn has opened his campaign for reelection to the United States Senate speak ing at Williamstown last week The Senator is up against the present State government but thinks he can win hands down This part of the State will not be in the fight only in sentiment as it is overwhelmingly Republican Judge Paynter and Senator Black burn both have admirers here Carrie Nation is about as much interested in making money as she is in smashing decanters and windows A few days ago she and Myra McHenry Liddia Mounts and Lucy Wilhoit who were waiting trial for wrecking the glass front of a wholesale liq uor house voluntarily went to jail to release a 1000 bond fur nished by Mrs Nation who wanted the money to loan This occurred at Topeka Kansas The various Republican candid ates for county offices will have something to do from now until the Convention the 29th of May Precinct meetings to select dele gates to attend said convention will be held on Saturday the 27th of May The proceedings of the of the action of the County Committee can be found elsewhere in this paper The body of Paul Jones the American Admiral who founded the American navy has been found It was in a fine state of preservation considering thatthe interment took place over one hundred years ago It was found in the old French Cemetery Paris where General Porter had kept up a search for the last five years A majority of the Presbyteries of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church has voted in f a v o r of uniting with the Northern wing of the Presbyterian Church It is generally understood that the Old Schools are infavor of the two bodies coming together It will probably be two years before all arangements are perfected Dr Chas H Harvey of Phila delphia circulated false and slan derous reports on Miss Anna Belle Miller a deposed supervising school principal Suit was brought and last week a jury notified the Doctor that he would have to pay 14960 for letting his tongue wag The Federal grand j u r yat Portland Ore has returned in wellknownIcon- spiracy to defraud the govern ment out of certain timber lands John R T Barbour who killed Francis A Hagan at Huber Sta tion a few miles this side of Louisville last year is out on 5 000 bond He has been given one trial and as we stated last week the jury failed to make verdict The jury in the Hargis case is made and the trial is n o w proceeding at Lexington There are a great many witnesses and It will probably be the last of the week before a verdict is rendered f Mayor Dunne of Chicago is now looked upon as Presidential timber He is a Democrat and swept the city at theList election oir t11 ma r d x The Republican candidates for County offices will be active from now until the nominations are made There is no truth in the report that General Stoesel has been con demned to die GRADYUILLE Mrs C S Bell has been on the sick list for several days Rev W H C Sandidge filled his appointment at Union last SundayRev J H Nicholson and wife spent several days in Columbia weekW residence is now connected by telephone- J J Hunter one of our mer chants returned from Louisville last Saturday- Dr S A Taylor was called to see several patients at Milltown last week- J A Diddle sold last week to A Hunn of Columbia 25 head of cattle at 24 per head Mrs Emily Burton visited H C Walkers family a day or so laat weekrQuite a number of our people was in Columbia last Saturday Mr C S Bell was transacting business in Columbia one day last week Mr Geo Pickett and wife of Kemp called to see Dr L C Nellat his office last week Mr Allen Vance one of the good citizens of East Fork was here last week on business Rev E N Early and family were the guests of Mr and Mrs C S Walkup one day last week We are glad to note that Jo Yates is out mixing and mingling with his many friends again Ed Atkins the wellknown groceryman of Columbia was with our merchants one day last weekjDr Jas Menzies of Columbia was transacting business in our town last Friday Ourwoodsare full of republi can candidates We are having a good time seeing them manipu latingMrs C Wilmore visited her daughter Mrs H A Walker at Columbia several days last week Smith Nell sold an extra fine jack last week to a stock farm er over in Indiana for 300 C S Bell and S H Mitchells residences Will be connected with the outside world by telephone in the near future RevJ H Nicholason was made an Entered Apprentice Mason in Gradyville Lodge No 251 last Saturday Miss Annie Kinnard a popular young lady of Red Lick spent a TaylorinG T Rodgers the wellknown insurance man of Milltown attended the Masonic Lodge here SaturdayiMr Robert McCaffree thewell known surveyor of this countyand- J A Diddle spent a few hours pleasantly playing checkers last ThursdayGeo Nell returned from Cumberland county last Friday where he bought a nice lot of cattle If you want your picture made uptodate you dont have to go away from this town Just give Mrs Liam Hill a call She is pre pared to do good work pbytheL W TS School of Columbia spent Saturday and Sunday with their sister Mrs Geo lH Nell Rev J H Nicholson assisted stemIfin ourcity beginning the first at June Last Saturday was the coldest day in April Deputy Sheriff Geo Staples was in this section one day last week looking after the interest ofIColumbia WL Grady Co closed a deal with Howell and Wilson of Greensburg last Friday for fortyfour thousand staves Mr Grady tells us that the prices received for them were very sat isfactory We suppose that Mr Grady either got a good price or lost as he would not tell his priceA M Allen one of the well known stockmen ofwaterview was with our stock men last week with an extra fine Peacock colt TheZcolt is alull Brother of thejmefstiown byGrady last year at the Monticello fair We are glad to know that Brother Mell and his wife are pleasantly situated and we trust that they may be instruments in the hands of the All Wise being for doing good Brother Mell says he often thinks of the peo ple on the Gradyville work and especially of the little girls who sang in the choir We are sure the impressions he made on their young minds will never be erased Your correspondent saw a letter from Brother Mell and wife former pastor of ME Church here and now stationed at Greenville They like their field of labor also the people and have over one hundred in their Sabbath School His better half Sister Lena has an interesting music class for Sale My home place containing 56 acres and lying on the waters of Cainey Fork Green county Upon the land is a good dwelling containing six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Plenty of good water The land is firstclass R H CHRISTIE Camp Knox Ky 2 in The church is inadequate to seat all the people who desire to hear Evange list Newsom To be given a hearing at the evening services go early HENRY W EDDIEMAN4d- 8WMARKETStLOUISVILLEKv I SOLE AGENT FOR MILLERS HATS SOLE AGENT FOR YOUMANS HATS COMPLETE LINE JOHN B STETSON HATS 38 Dollars T- OCalifornia AND THE NORTHWESTFROM VIA THE HENDERSOIf 0ROUTE CORRESPONDING LOW RATES TO WASHINGTON OREGON UTAH MONTANA AND ALL INTERMED IATE POINTS TICKETS ON SALE DAILY UP TO AND INCLUDING MAY 19O5 ALSO SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS RATES7A THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST ON CERTAIN DATES s IF YOU CONTEMPLATE A TRIP ASK US FOR RATE IF YOU WOULD TRAVEL JW COMFORT SEE THAT YOUR TICKET READS OVER THE HENDERSON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND ST LOUD FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON ALL OF OUR ST LOUIS TRAINS DIRECT CONNECTIONS IN ST LOUIS UNION STATION WITH ALL LINES TO THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST L J IRWIN 1GENERAL rASSENQER ltNTr LoIIYIIe Knticky t t 3wsrUk f i vI71 7i 1I7iI n 1717 iCT 7I 7I1 n7K n I 7lE We are paYing the following prices for Split1N v piekory Singletree Billets w Nl v PVIw 27IiE 3 3 46 40 It V VI V TV t sc cc jrVX 3o 50 75 ilk 2 22 28 8 EAll billets must be made from good live straight lE V 7i grained hickory either red or white a-nn diimust be free from all defects k- I V 5 We will also buy a few thousand Split TK AIDOakv Siioar Tree 6H6Sinut TIviAli G wI 7K- 7K 2g in on Heart 24 in Deep 44 in Long 25 per 1000 ps 3I w w5 These billets must be made from good live straight D II iv grained timber free from all defects V- vi iN yix N All above prices are for stock delivered on our yard in TK V- S0 N I 5iColumbia Singletree CoI iI- SIIVIIIIJ I I IVVIV1Y1VIVIt1VIVI1- IVNOTICE M I 7i 7i 7i fis TO STOCKMEN Jordan Peacock The best breeder in Kentucky will make the season of 1905 at his home in Gradyville Ky and will insure a living colt for 15 Money due when colt is foaled alive or mare traded or leaves the neighborhood If any mare loses her colt by carlessness or rough treatment by the owner he must pay for the season JORDAN PEA COCK stands at the head of all combined horses as a show horse and has sired more high priced horses and out of common mares than any living horse His colts are always winners in the best fairs in Kentucky and Tennessee and have sold as high as 2000 at4years old JORDAN PEACOCK has defeated more good show horses than any other Stallion in Kentucky Now if you want to raise horses that have a National reputation and that will bring more money than any others c bring your mares and breed to JORDAN He is the surest foal getter in Kentucky When you breed to him you are sure to get a colt and a good one Mares fed at cost of feed or pastured at 50 cents per week All care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible for any 0JacksI will stand two firstclass JACKS at 5 and 7 to insure a mare in foal Respectfully CRADYI6 M WISEMAN A SON + JEWELERS and OPTCIANS Dealers In Diamonds aid rrlGlollio 0iSpecial Attention red to work and all orderiof goods in our line 132 West i jitand2ndkO MM Marietta LpVIBYILLGE KITUCKY t JAMES TRIPLETT tETIS COLUMBIA KENTUCKYs- jiffOFFiCK IN JCFFROBS BLOK i eL lam prepar a tn fix pomi Tinwork Woodwork nnd Jilt kico of repairing a ApCUIryi Horseshofingarld HlankMmlthiry I am prepared to do youribnggy repairing on short notice LOCATION WATER STREET v WADE H EUBANK l New Machine Shoik AT ESTO KY 14 Equipped with the best modern UHotfate MacMne Tooted J Ivm ijrepareiitodo any kind of work onyour firstcJteed and prices will be right elowest consistent with firstclasa work Tryme and be convinced luetH very best soft Gray Iron Castings for Cyliad rEingsand Valve work and Piston Heads which is thebeat for the parfece known Jcarry a KBeof Shafting and Pikand s Wn plate liner of braes trkmunc viaLebricatoes Valves Oil Cvpp Bie Brioj oe year Egiea work Machinery work specialty lam Ucatoil 3 auk west OfJqi towmm JhnnllCaentheColtMabiaroad thAflMTtA f tt tJiI ltI Jt it 1 ti6 il 4 g h i ru Ir tr etIi r r1f 1 tfw if i THE ADAIR l COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY APRIL 19 19O5r5 = F PERSONAL HENT1ON J Fred Myers was in Greensburg Satur day John D Lowe Wasin Nashville last weekTHon WH Cole Bakerton was here SaturdayEdgar Harris has recovered from measlesF Robertson camein from Leba non FridayIHon George Nell is expected home in a few days Mrs Sam McCaffree who lives near Milltown is quite sick t Clarence Calhoun of Mill town left for the West last week Dr C D Moore Cane Valley was in Columbia Saturday Charles Hall and Miss Nona Powell are visiting in Liberty Mrs Rollin Hurt was on the sick list several days of last week t Mr W D Stephens of Russell Springswas here last Sunday S R Walker and J T Hamilton Nell were in Columbia Monday Mrs J R Hindman who has been quite sick for several weeks is much betterMrs Sarah Turpen wife of Mr Sol omon Turpen is in a very low state of health Frank Dohoney and wife of Mill town were shopping in Columbia last Monday Dr Fayette Owsley and sister Miss Helen visited in Columbia last Friday and Saturday Mr R E Newby who lives near the Fair Grounds was quite sick several doys of last week Miss Vallie Strange of Burkesville is visiting in Columbia stopping at the residence of Mr Sam Beck Mr Simon Dunbar who has been visiting relatives here left for the State of Washington yesterday Letitia a five year old daughter of Mr and Mrs T E Paull was danger ously ill several days of last week W T Price who has been acting as a special in the revenue service returned home last Saturday night Mr Lewis Howell of Greensburg representing the Kentucky Tobacco House Louisville was here Thursday Grant Owsley a popular young man of Burksville son of W F Ousley Jr visited in Columbia last Friday and SaturdayMr P Willis passed through here Saturday morning enroute for Greens bvrg his daughter Mrs Lee Durham being quite ill Mrs Jo Rnssell Sr is visiting her husband at Gethsemane and will also spend a few days in Louisville before returning home Mr J F Cabell of Miami was in town last Monday and upon his re turn he was accompanied by Mr W B Patteson wife and son Tom Mr L A Huddleston Commor weIths Attorney was in Columbia Friday enroute to his home in Burkes ville from the Liberty court Mr Herschel Baker and two sisters Misses Sallie and Mamie who have been on an extended visit to Cleburne Texas returned home last week Mr J P Beard went to Green coun ty Saturday and returned Monday ac companied by his wife who had been at the home of her parents for several monthsMr Knott Young and wife nee Miss Minnie Hudson of Burksville arrived in Columbia last Friday for a few days stay with Mrs Youngs mother Master Edgar Harris has just recov ered from the measles but he has sev en brothers and sisters down with it A Miss Bailey who makes her home with Mr Harris family is also down with the disease Local News4i r B rnto the wife of Ed Butler Jr April 15 a daughter rr Born to the wife of saacWillin oneri day last week a son Valuable property in Edmonton is ad vertised for sale in tody paper Dr Godfrey Hunter will build a handsome residence and remove to Somerset Interest is growing in the meeting at the Methodist church a number having y gone forward for prayer Ladietfirho are attending the revival services are requested by the evangelist to leave their hats at home it e Mass Precinct Conventions Be it resolved by the Republican Committee of Adair County Kv 1st That a mass convention be held in each votmg precinct Adair county Ky on Saturday May 27 1905 at the hour of 2 oclock p m at their regular voting places for the purpose of select ing delegates to attend a convention to be held at the courthouse in the town of Columbia Ky on Monday May 29 at the hour of 10 oclock a m for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate to be voted for at the regu lar November election 190 S for the office of County Court Judge County Court Clerk County Attorney Sheriff Jailer Superintendent ol Common Schools County Assessor County Surveyor and Coroner 2d That the representation of each precinct in the convention of May 29 1905 be one delegate for each fifty votes and fraction over twentyfive votes cast for the Republican Electors at the regular November election 19043d That each precinct committee man shall preside at the mass Conven tions in their respective precincts or in the absence of the regular precinct Chairman the Republican voters present shall select a suitable person to preside who shall certify over his signature to the County Chairman the men selected as delegates to the above named con vention to be held on May 29 1905 M Rey Yarberry Chairman- F R Winfrey Secretary Quietly Married MrFred MiHobertson son oiMr Geo W Robertson amtMiss Will White the popular and only daughter of Mrs Nannie White were quietly married at the residence of Mr Geo W Staples last Monday night at 730 oclock Rev W C Clemens offiiciat ingThe brid and groom have been lovers for five or six years and this union was not a surprise to those who have been keeping in touch with them The groom for the present is engaged with his father in the milling business at Lebanon and is one of the best known young men in this county He has a genialdisposition and is popular witheyerybodyThe been a saleslady at Russell Murrell and Compa nys store and is one of the n ost deserving young women in Columbia The bride and groom attended church after their marriage and later went to the home of the grooms father In a few days they will go to Lebanon where they will remain several weeks before returning home The News desires to extend its best wishes trusting their love may grow stronger as the years come and go that prosperity may crown all their efforts and when lifes labors are over they may enter through St Peters gate as a reward for having believed and done good upon the earth Kentucky Pair Dates The following are the dates fixed for asirequested to report to us any omissions or correction of dates Madisonville August 5 days Danville August 23 days Harrodsburg August 84 days Fern Creek August 154 days Shepherdsville August 154 days Lawrenceburg August 154 days Vanceburg August 164 days Guthrie August 173 days Shelbyville August 224days Springfield August 234 days Nicholasville August 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Florence August 304 days El zabethtowtfj September 53 days Glasgow September 64 days Ky State Fair Sept 186 days Henderson Sept 266 days Falmouth Sept274 days Owensboro October 1CN5 days t WAKIUP The Harrodsburg Herald iis the fol lowing concerning the proposedelectric line from that city to Creelsborj via ColumbiaPerryville held an enthusiastic mass meeting last Saturday in the interest of the proposed electric line She raised her assessment in a very few minutes Her assessment was 75 for the prelim mary survey and the required amount has been sent to the cashier of the com mittee MrC D Thompson Har rodsburg in keeping with her accus t med legargic condition has done very little toward raising her assessment of 150 Danville is on the qui vive and will use every effort to secure the line Why not arouse from the deep sleep and manifest at least as much interest as Bu rg in and Perryville Enterprise should be the slogan of some ofour business men Is not this a goOdpIIto convert our latent energy tive dynamic force lets ycL big lot of calico at 4cents WALins J ii 7 i cI 2 c The sidewalks of Columbia are not in keeping with other progressive moves and while we know that every member of the council is heartily in favor of better walks yet it is a knotty question to handle and up to date we have not heard when or how these improvements will be made To force the property holders to make the walks would entail a heavy tax on some holders of zeal es tate and besides would be burden some on some people of small holdings To do this at public expense would ne cessitate a higher rate of tax than al lowed by law and in fact would bea departure from esthblished customs of Other towns At any rate good even walks should be made on all all the main streets and the sooner done the better Why not the town grade the the walks and the property oweners pay the rest of the expense It is a public improvement yet adds value to the property enjoyed by the owner A uni form walk around the public square would add greatly to convenience and the council wonld not make a mistake to force this improvement Mr Sam Stapp after being absent from home seven weeks returned last Wednesday From the time he left Columbia until his return he visited eleven different States He was very much pleased with most of the country he saw and his health was greatly im proved on the trip In Dalhart Texas he invested five thousand five hundred dollars in town property which he leased at 139 per month Mr Stapp considers this one of the best invest- m nts he ever made There was an- impressionwhen Mr Stapp left home that he would probably locate in the West but no such idea had entered his head He is wedded to Adair coun ty and Adair county people and expects to always make his home here among our people His health may drive him to another climate occasionally but he will never forsake a people who at all times have been good to him Deputy Grand Master James Garnett Jr by order of the Grand High Priest will visit the Chapters at Albany Greensburg and Liberty at an early day and upon his arrival the said chap ters will be required to confer in his presence the Mark Master and Royal Arch degrees This step is taken in order that the Grand body may be informed whether ornot the work is Willibeters should fail to have candidates for sUbstijtutepresence of the visitor Companion W R Johnson of Lebanon will visit Co Jlumbia Chaptervori1hesame mission 1 uMr Alvin M Staples and wife who- left here for Illinois a few weeks ago made a good hit y3 lQ atpklear Ma comb He oi3uid f a gentleman who ownedan elegant fernv well stocked and upon it handsome residence but very much distressed on account of His sickWife She needed a change of cli mate and the farm all the stock and residence was turned over to Mr Sta pIes who is to have it indefinitely and everything he makes upon it free of charge and twentyfive dollars a month for accepting tie offer r jO j 4 We liavV jusl learned that a young lady she does not live in Columbia was caught kissing her sweetheart and her mother took her to task for such action but the girl was equal to the occasion and silenced her mother thusly What soever ye would that men should do unto you do you even so unto them The old lady seeing that her daughter had the Bible on her wilted Early in September a revival will be held in Columbia It will be a union meeting all the ministers in town agreeing to take part The Evangelist who is to come is a Baptist but he will be i n t ere s t e d in saving the souls of men and will advise the converted to become identified with the Church of their choice Notices from the Department are posted advertising for bids to carry a Sunday mail between Columbia and Campbellsville Some of our citizens take the position that the Sabbath should not be desecrated by mail coaches and we understand e protest against a Sunday mail will be sent toVtheDe prtment Mr Sam N Hancock who hasbeen- engagedin this office for severalmonths tendered his resignation last Saturday and in the future will be engaged at his profession that of an optician Mr Sam F White who is an artistic jobprinter has temporarily accepted position with the News Insure in The Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction Gity Ky The only Company in the stats that makes any Claim of Paying their loses In full S L Blair Agt Vv y fi Ir- f i jt 5 i t 1r t r iqk It is said that tbe strawberry crop will be much larger than usual It takesmoney to run buisness and we require all indebted to us to settle at o n c e W F Jeffries Son Remember that there will be an old folks singing in Columbia the fifth Sun day in this month Come early and bring Harp of ColumbiaI If you cant get a corn drill that will suit you in every particular at Jeffries you are hard to please They have all kinds and all goodones A W Pedigo of Glasgow bought two mules and three horses here last Saturday at an average of 125 per head They were bought from differ- Ent parties farmers see W F Jeffries Sons and get their prices on Globe Fertilizers that have stood the test in this section for 12 years Mr Clay Feese will soon have his residence on Creensburg street completed It is said to be quite a hand some home If you want the best turning plow on the market buy the Vulcan None better W F Jeffries Sons LOSTA spectacle case It is black and flat and opens at side Whoever has it is requested to return to this office Robt Gabbert charged with forgery was tried in the Casey Circuit Court last week and given two years in the penitentiary The burning out of a chimney at the residence of Mrs Ann Eubank last Saturday created considerable excite ment many believing that the dwelling was on fire- Persons who contemplate repainting their residence should do so now A much better and more durable job can be done in the Spring than in the hot days of Summer Columbia Chapter No7 R A MI will meet in regular convocation next reIquested to attend the meeting Mr J F Montgomer has sold Mr jRakestraw of Campbellsville about 200000 feet of lumber and the pur chaser has been measuring it for the past several days There were very few good butcher cattle on the Louisville market last week and those put up sold readily at a strong price There were not half enough to suppy the demand During the meeting now in progress lit would be a good idea for middleaged men and women to go to the Church at the ringing of the first bell and occupy the first two rows of benches upon entering Do you see the point The State School Superintendent has notified all County Superintendents who have contracts with The American Book concern to cancel the same Thereas nI given is that the American is selling books in other tates cheaper than in Kentucky Dr A Y Cartwright of Yorkville S C was bereft of his estimable wife last Friday afternoon at 4 oclock She had just undergone an operation for ap pendicitis The husband of the de ceased is a brother of Dr W F Cart wright this place who was notified by telegram ReYWC Clemens is quietly raising money to assist in the building of a dormitory at the M F College Up to this writing he has met with very good success It is the intention to put up the building betwfeen now and the first of September Mr Jo Coffey sold Rollin Browning last Monday a family mare for 150 R K Young bought of Scott Montgomery a walking horse for 125 J H Young bought of W F OwsleySon Burksville a saddle mare for 175 Scott Montgomery bought a combined mare of JM Turner Cane Valley for 125 Last Wednesday night fire broke out in Lem Smythes corn crip but it was extinguished before much damage was done Thursday forenoon the alarm was sounded from tfr Allen Piles resi deli but it was only the burning out ofafluetWe are fearful that the members of thevCity Farmers Club are losing in terest They have not met collectively for several weeks however as the busy season is upon us doubtless they are busy turning over the ground planting corn etc The farmer must be given time to get in his work When be prospers the country moves dutOdiscus tin methods that can be done later Encourage the man with the lr iit I I 1 ARWED No 2783 ARWED No 2783 Registered fin the German Hanoverian and Oldenburg Coach Horse Association of America This great horse Standard bred German Coacher will makethe present season at the barn of W H Flowers near Bliss 4 miles west of Columbia on the Glasgow road 1500 to insure a living colt money due when colt is foaled Arwed is a standard bred German Coach Horse registered and one of the finest individuals of his class He is a dark brown 16 hands and weighs 1250 pounds In all of his parts he is as clean as a thoroughbred and posesses action in the highest degree In this horse you could confidently expect to get size form and action the chief characteristics of high priced horses This is the chance to improve the size of your horses and retain the richness of breeding two of the great essentials of a brood animal whether you want to raise horses or mules Mares will be fed at cost of grain or pastured at 200 per month All care will be taken to prevent accidents but will not be re sponsible for any Address or call on R P BROWNING Colum bia Kyor FLOWER BROS Bliss Ky Born to the wife of Ed Butler Jr April 15 a daughter If you need a Buggy go to Beard Jackman they will treat you right A protracted meeting is in progress at the Methodist church Greensburg Rev S J Thompson assisting the pas tor When thinking of Ladies and Wisses ready to wear skirts think of WALKFR He has them from 98 cents to 500 all latest styles Miss Estella Conover who lives a few miles out of town entertained a few special friends last Saturday eve ning Beard Jackman still handle the Buggies They think they are the best made for the money J W Voils has located a sawmill on Dr W F Cartwrights farm near Glenville My line of mens clothing is upto date Very latest styles and colors Call and see it W L WALKER Mr E B Barger son of Eld F J Barger of Esto Russell county who made quite a reputation last season as an amateur base ball pitcher is now with the Rochester New York Club having signed a contract last week His picture appeared in last Wednes days Courier Journal pMillinery I have a full and complete line of Spring and Summer Millinery on dis play If you want a stylish and upto date hat call on me My prices are lower than the lowest Very Respt Miss Birdie Powell Johnson Elliott who killed Harden Hatter at Poplar Hill Casey county last year was tried at Liberty last week and given a life sentence The dead man was an excellent citizen and quite popular There was no provocation for the murder as we gather from reading accounts of it Desirable Property tor Sale The Russell Springs Hotel property is for sale Terms reasonable For fur ther information write Mrs Susie Vaughan Russell Springs Ky or O B Vaughan Somerset Ky The following tobacco sales were CumIberland counItysoldMetcalfe county nine hogsheads at 990 to 595 Cum erbmdcounty sold seven hogsheads of dark at lQt 435 Green county five hogsheads at 630 to Ifi I have alarge line of mens shirts unlaundred and negligee full sizes and good lengths The best line of work irtso the marketW L WALKERS R K Young ft Bro soldto Smith INell 107 sheep forr310 and one cow for 19 to Jv Ni Murrell 5 yearling cat tie JEbrT467V V it f tJ1 L W T S Notes The enrollment has reached three hundred and eighteen Annie Wilkinson and Mary Coffey entered last week The supply of measles is greatly diminished as only two of the board ing hall students are victims at pres ent and they are improving Miss Jean Duncan accompanied Miss es Stella and Annie Conover to their home last Friday Frank Gabbert and his sister Miss Gertrude went Friday to visit their parents on Casey creek Mr Alpha Hubbard and Mr Hamilton visited relatives in Metcalfe county last Saturday and Sunday 0 D Smith visited relatives in Rus sell county Saturday and Sunday Mr Williams of Gabe came last Friday to visit his daughter Miss Mary who has measlesSMiss Jones visited her parents at East Fork a few days of last week W R Allen of Burdick visited his brother here at the hall Friday night Mrs M J Murrell of Bliss visited at the hall Friday night Rey W E Thomas and Buford Evans were at Campbellsville last Saturday Prof R R Moss and Mont Murrell qonoversSaturday Misses Jean Duncan Stella Conover and Prof Moss were guests at Mr M J Murrells Sunday The studenst are attending the protracted meeting services and we hope that we may all receive much benefit from them New Buggies We are just getting in a new lot of Buggies It will pay you to see them before you buy BEARD JACKMAN A Horse Cave correspondent to the Glasgow Republican has the following concerning former Adair county citizen As we said before Dr G A Thomas is having a pleasure boat built in Illinois near St Louis that will be run with a gasoline engine that will accom modate 15 to 20 people He says as soon as he is well enough he will launch his boat in the river where it is made and makethe run to the city of Bowling Green A party of friends ladies and gentlemen will accompany him and have sports to their hearts content The doctor has been an untiring worker and now since age is creeping upon him it is nothing but right that he get out of life all that is good and wholesome His physician considers him entirely out of danger and in a fair way to recuperate quite rapidly At one time his life was despaired of ly his family and friends STRAYEDAcow de- horned from my home A rewardwail l be paid for informatirn that will leadto her recovery Tim F Colling Columbia Ky t h dver tise in the News i r 1f i tijt tJc1f f f t ff i i iJi1 iIj P6 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY APRIL 19 1905 LUNACY IN FLAT LIFE TINY APARTMENTS IMPERIL IdINDS OF DWELLERS Growing Insanity in London Attrib uted to Monotony Women Espe cially Driven Mad by Lone scmeness of Existence LondonI have constantly been struck by the large number of women living in flats who have to be re moved to an asylum The conclusion I come toii that flat life byreason of its seclusion and the consequent dullI ness which it imposes on women is one of the deadliest perils threatening the women of today This is the warning cry from one of the to known loiien guardians in the wording cbs citricts of London She Is emplk Lip in her dqelarationI that the deadly lyonotouj flat life so works on the sensitive or ganism of the dwellers women eSP r1 daily that they become a prey to ha Jucinationa My experience asa regular visitor to blocks of fiats1she says convinces me that the deadly monotony of Lonj don flat life is the Direct cause of many of the cases otjriaacy JfwhiC1 the i public hearsonly in the bulk from sta tistics Jt Dr Forbes Winslow is equally ron viuced of the evils of fiat life He looks upon it as solitary confinement which produces depression and Ion acy adding It mdy take about 20 j years before London realizes the gray ity of what is happening now A distinguished West End physi rcian was not less emphatic in reply ing to a question regarding the report in one of the papers that the growth of flat life in London which is becoming more rapid each year is regarded wit alarm by public health expertsILondon has spout end is spending millions of pounds bonding huge f blocks of flat dwellings he said In e few years it may l1aveto begin spending millions to do away with them From inquiries it appears both metl i ical men and the poor law guardians wbo have come In contact with many lunacy cases are firmly of the opinion that flat life is responsible for the undue proportion of increase in lunacy which is costing London ratepayers an enormous sum of money every year HERES ONE FOR SOLUTION Ohrfn Brothers Soon to Wed Mother and Daughter Qxtestlon Bivale BowOidIsAnn razzle f Loran 0 =North Amherst is to nave a double weeding as a result of which the od question How old is Ann will feud a full grown rivaL Marriage licenses were issued here to William and August Oberg twin broth era aged 23 to we4 Mrs Schweilier ai dashing widow of 28 and her charming ISyearold daughter Rosa respectively So soon as toe wedding ceremony is performed Mrs Sdiwellier Wi Owl11 become Mrs William Oberg willfee the sisterinlaw of her daughter Mrs August Oberg Mrs William Oberg also becomes the sisterinlaw of hersonin law Mr August Oberg while Willtml Oberg becomes fatherinlaw to his own brother and sisterinlaw Presuming that in the course of time the two women become mothers what t relation wilt the mother of Mrs William Oberg be to her grandchild Will she be the gi ndmotner or the aunt And will Mrs August Obergs chikTbe the 1 halfbrother or Tialf sister to ltirswnI ewjorThese anti a hUJ14mdlike questions the gooi people of North AERV t are askingone another However they do pot seem Jo worry tfce two couples who are going ahead wjtTi their reparations for the wedding TOWN PtAfS BIG FESTIVAL I Shai orp Sag to Celebrate Its ljL rh Anniversary During Month f June rLondon Preparations are bein male for what iromises to be the most picturesque and interesting festi val held n this c nntry since the fa mous SsiiBtoa tournament The Sherborne pageant which is being or ganized by Louis N Parker to com memorate the twelve hundredth ann i versary of the founding of the bishopric town and school of St Aldselin in the year 705 will be held in the ruins of Sherborne castle from June 12 to 15 The festival is not to be a mere procession or series of tableaux but a genuine folk play representing inaction with dialogue music avid proces sions Morris and maypole dances and choruses episodes of the variod his tory of Sherborne from the coming of Aldselin to the reign of Elizabeth Sixty performers will have speaking parts and with three separate choirs there will be altogether 700 people in the arena at one time many of whom will be mounted on horesback It will interest American visitors to know that the final tableau will represent the founding in 1620 of Sherborne Mass by a native of the English town Wiley Vs Osler Dr Wiley the government chemist t says there is no reason why the average man should not be useful until he is JW5se age It is not difficult tt tO lzgueS s w uid be 1ectedlf Wiley and Osler were running against each other for the presidency i t t NEEDS NO COAL OR WATER r coniotlve Ordered for Chicago Rail road Which Will Revolutionize Transportation Chicago Three thousand niiles with uta stop and at the rate of 100 miles T more an hour is the capacity of a eiy type of locomotive w ich has been ordered by railroad making its headquarters here If it does all that its 1rakers for ivliigine will revolutionize transports bThehouse on wheels Isentirely different com anything now in use The cost of operating it will be less than one presentIcostinglE andriilintaiiung an expansive water tank r coal chutes The machine is What is known as the fotfrstroke cycle There is a Cfmjressed air reservoir from which tT z power is obtained for start Ing This gives the piston its first atIaad raises It to a temperature of about 1000 degrees Fahr uhitTbe third Stroke is Practiatlv an expansion with stroke The oil Is sprayed into the hot uWthe amount being regulated by governors During the first part of this t stroke the combustion of this oil is car vied on at a constant pressure for a period that is regulated by be amount ofol1 sprayed The second part of the sitroke is practically an expansion with jiraTisff ence of heat dthe fourth stroke exhausts the gases a MORMONS BUY APT OiJAIL Crthage tH Building in Which Jo seph Smith Founder of Faith Was 1edIs Sold for 4000 Carthage 1H Because of the his torical associations the members of the Mormon church have purchased for 4000 the old jail here where the first prophet and the founder of the faith met j a tragic death at the hands of a mob The old structure was not worth over 1500 It is proposed to establish a r mission church in the building HaIfa century ago Carthage was the storm center of the Mississipiw valley broughtfseat be was attecked in n and killed The bnildirg in which he met death and which wiks the scene of the issuance of a Dumfiei1 of Edicts to his fol t lowers prior to the attatijc has with j stood the action of the years The structure which it JrpiSld be thought was full of horror the chiJLdreii of the churclf is now apparejitly a prized pos session There are still resident of central Illinois who recall the early days of the Mormon church the death of Gen4 James W Singleton of Adams county removed one of the last of those proni Jnently identified with the struggle which eventually sent the Mormons to the Utah desert The announcement that tlie Mormons were coming back tot Illinois after the lapse of half a century and were to establish three new Qhurchj es haS caused continent The rheadqnartersbe followed by public action in oppb iition I FIVE PRIESTS AIT FUNERAL Sena of Ohio Woman Attend Obsequiesl All of Them ia B tEL Cincinnati OTo haveiier five sons isIStanton Hickey shares with no otherIwoman so far in the history StatestMrs Hickey who was the widow of Patrick Hiekeyan official of a railroad was the mother of seven children Her five sons are orSained priests and one of her two daugiiceriS is Sister M Animn herbdata of Notre Dame convent Reading iiorher The sens are Very Rev Dean WlIhamr jHickey of St Josephs Fathers Edward Hickey of Middle town John Hickey of Cumminsville Charles Hickeyof Dayton and George Mickey of Urbana Fathers Edward William and George were the celebrants FaItIlerscons of honor to Archbishop Moeller who presided In the sermon it was remarked that the spectacle of five sons officiating as priests at their mothers funeral had never hefore been witnessed in this country and seldom in the world Four of the sons also acted as pallbearers Birds Barred from Bonnets Missouri has declared war on birds for millinery and as the result of a law which wijl go into effect June 6 women are allowed but few birds with which to decorate hats and thousands of dollars worth of forbidden feathers and bird bodies will become contra band Only the feathers of domestic birds such as ostrich chickens and ducks may be used while the wild birds allowed milliners are confined to English sparrows hawks horned owls and crows As few of the latj ter birds either in feather or b y enter into the millinery scheme womens hat decorations in the bird line win be limited T i CHEAP LANDS For tloincseekcrs it nd Coloues TljecountrYtalong the Cotton Belt Route in Southeast Missouri Arkansas Northwest Louisiana opportunitiesclimate good water cheap building material abundance of fuel and soil that will often in a sin gle season yield enough to pay beboughtland at 4 and 5 per acre Bottom land at 5 and6 per acre up Improved or partly clear ed land at 10 and Xi5 per acre up Some fine propositions for colonies tracts of 2000 to 8000 g m oneyizer Fruit and truck lands in the ofLastup Write us for information about cheap rates excursion dates also literature descriptive of tiiis Yfindoti no more than the rent you pay every year E W LaBEAUM GP T A J Cotton Belt Rte St Lous Mo TbeIundersigned KYCarnp1b workiiniest to patronize us We guarantee satisfaction both in quality of work and prices We solicit work from Adair and adjoining counties Cpakley Nt Sims Bros and JackofaJI1rades Ice i j Separators K 1Iand machinery L Running Paper tiIt to worlqpg It J to 2 1IFairankS W F K9 For go at a L V l Ky 3 t MES MENZIrSAT RESIDENCE OFrICE Columbia ItOSTEOP1RTJff OOnSL tion stnci Hj2ca ix tiRLL Free atSce33 t 3 1 8i Tr h sort J444 James GreeneotFF urniture4 Garets Mattirs Rugs44t STOVES MMO RK to MARKET STREET r BACONS STORE LOLISVJLLEKY t 1ltBgSuER 4OTEI- 7 r i 0 11 f E Oer SecoTicl and Jefferson StSct j r ROOMS roozfi TUCKyJLOUiSVLL EL ss Tnr3 n inn imi ni rrn nini iiunn uriyi i g L 1 J It J WIji tP WJ rLr I v j PLANIN2rrMtrR R i nlranMTQ 61 1 II I PURCHASED THE IfII Pile Bros flaw MillA- ND IN mlNEW MACHINERY LumberX71on SHORT u H J1 k I ij rk 1 1 N I t 1f It fj d k r rrW W T W HARDWICK a WvTPYNt MILL 3fll SUPPLY 60 ESTABLISHED 1861 1889 LIiWRiGHT MACHINISTS Builders of Flour Grist Cement Mills- Distilleries Rock Ctushers f REPAIRS OF ALL J KINDS To THE H p Pumps Water Shells Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Cream Freezers Runs Cream Nuns Presses other He the For This eosts nothing keep VffteR costs from ctmfcsper SON Asti Safe Two good work mares They bargain Hall Columbia DR PHONE 35I Ky lta J tile hone Ctmb rlald N 425 429 EAST OLD 1 E R pE So SOc 75c DAY lt 01I ii HAVE HAVE PUT SOME furnished NOTICE rIt tJk PYNE PREST FRED SECTY TREAS INCORPORATED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED Printing JEFFH Jobbing Work Solicited New and- SecondHand MACHINERY Sheet Iron and Tank Work YJo 13O1MTHIRTEENTH nd MAIN SITS LOUISVILLE ENPdciitr 7 J 1 s xyy a3 l i I hardware Hardware A full and complete line of Hardware both floor and shelf goods Everything in this line used in this section WE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF SADDLES HMD H7RMESSr And all Leather Goods of this order IIf younooda WAGON or BUGGY- You can get it on short notice We have a cellar fulL CALL WHEN IN NEED OF Cooking Stove Heatmgr Stove Pip r7 or anything in our line All kinds of MftCHINeRYtw m mm SML LIQUID MINIH ofQiis up to the lends i cV0ieJrrfR1 S S No 4- t 19 4 Prornr88OUtI S rrdi WITH OUR LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF Z Saflih Doors B llMouIfflas f AND ji HEBA INTERIOR TRIM I W4a prepared to ship orders for rregular goods the day we get them Send Your business t4 us and be satisfied fJJIlfi X Nii I tE LHE CO j Ii Louisville Kentucky i Tpsnty Fears Experience In Serving Our Trade i In ordering Fleas rntion this Paper lh AN dlQ4itd dtirit OP Miil t il 4 9s d IOh4Onthat date less than fiftyeight yesrs from fl date of its organization it had received from members in premiums 228376268 and had retired to tLom or their beneficiaries 228724043 i e 347805 more than had received from them On Dec 31 1904 this ex i amounted to 159422465 IItThe Conecticut Mutual is the first and only American Co which has returned to its members and ONE HUNDRED PER CENT of its receipts from them and in addition thereto has accumulated v for the protection of its outstanding contracts including a surplus of 482869964 assets of over 85000000 Q 10I2SXg95X2XS c N00 Illt yii40s a i1A 9kOdl ret Oy aCv1 P1Cktt Tobacco Warehouse r INDEPENDENT Q A Bridges lli Go PROPRIETORS r Cor Eighth and Maiii Streets CHAS A B IDG sL4VISSLILL2W Q BRIDGES Four Months Storage Free SAM SULLIVAN PRESIDENT I H REDDISH VICE PRES W O PEAK SECY TREAS FRED W LIPPOLD Assrr SECY LANDON BAILEY Mcn J W SULLIVAN ASST MCR Home Tobacco Warehouse Co+ 7INCORORATED STRICTLY INDEPENDENT NOT IN THE COMBINE DAILY SALES PROMPT RETURNSI 4 l orxtlis Storage Freeg NOS 929 r 931933T935 WEST MAIN STREET Jr r i icy j 1rI 3 f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY APRIL 19 1905 7 JThe Saloon wat the great Southern orator Henry Grady said about it I tell toywhenII know it has prospered in their absence and my boy should fall through their agency I could not wearing the crowning sorrow of his disgrace and looking into the eyes of her whose heart he had broken I could not had I voted to recall those barrooms find answer for my conscience or sup thereIai ivj recompense for the tax that is 1jvied upon manhood upon ijrithtiliood upon the sacred peace uponoafc ducauonal possibilities upon in tellects until they are dwarfed and stunted that the world will r ever know the useful invention or the great thoughts they might have given it and upon hearts aretruinsnever suchIa of Alva was sent to rule the Neth erlands he undertook to raise a beheadrevenue ing his weathly subjects and con fistatng their property But he itsoon found that killing the pro ducers was stopping the production Are we no wiser than to follow the Duke of Alva example Have we forgotten that the destruction of wealth producing pos sibilities of untold limit and the socialtJ and moral influences of which all future ages must j suffer Who pays this biii Di rect taxation levies so many mills 1on the dollar and wealth bears the heavier part of the burden But crime lays its heaviest burdens upon the poor women and 1children by robbing them of their and providers Pau prism fastens its sharp fangs in the tenderhomehearts around the cold hearthstones in the hov els of the poor Insanity and physical deformity show where the whisky demon has struck the brains and bodies of the poor Burning fever wasting consump tion and foul scrofula are the tribute enacted by the drill and pen ury and starvation which the sa loon has created in the homes of the poor See that woman in faded gown and w th hollow cheeks and trembling nerves F bending from daylight to dark over the washing tub Phe is paying the tax which the saloon has levied upon her through the shiftlessnes and incompetency of a drunken husband Who is it then that pay these bills Those who are least able to pay them t Those over whom you and I ought to stand as protectors around whom we should throw the guar dianship of our manhood and whose pathway we shouldwhiten with nolIcense ballots Dont Borrow Trouble It is a bad habit to borrow anything but the w rst thing you can possibly borrow is trouble When sick sore heavy weary and wornout by the pains and poisons of dyspepsia bilious ness Brights disease and similar in ternal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symptoms but fly for relief to Electric Bitters Here you will find sure and permanent forget fullness of all your troubles and your body will not be burdened by a load of debt disease At T E Paulls drug store Price 50c Guaranteed Mother Attended funeral Paducah Ivy April2The three Brockwell children who were poiseneq by their mother according to her confession were today laid to rest in the Oak Grove cemetery Three white caskets held the bodies of the little ones The caskets were made especially for them and each was deposited in a seperate grave The original plan was to bury the children in one casket and the same grave A lot was purchased with the Vr j money donated ty the citizens There is some left and with it andadditional subscriptions a monument will be erected on the lotTwo white hearses one bearing two of the caskets carried the remains to the cemetery White horses drew the hearses and the cortege was almost a mile long 10I were buried in beautiful blossoms and it is estimated that 300 were spent for them Rev Mr Newel delivered a beautiful simple oration making brief mention of how the children came BrockM1L1well J er o ren and selfconfessed prisoner attended the services under guard At the graves the ceremony was short Such a crowd sur rounded the graves that the peo pIe had to be kept back by men selected for that purpose It is estimated that between 5000 and 6000 persons attended the fun eral The caskets were not open ed at the church or cemetery Tomorrow morning the examining trial of Mrs Brockwell and Geo Albritton her alleged ac complice will begin Albrittoh will be carefully guarded as he has been threatened with lynch ing and burning at the stake Sympathy is with the woman and she is in no Hazelathe surviving child will be a star witness It is claimed by her mother that Hazel one night over heard Albritton suggest the hein nous crime Extra police will be on duty in Police Court to pre serve order New Cure for all rr All surface cancers are now known to be curable by Buchlens Arnica Salve Jas Walters 6f Duffield Va writes I had a cancar on my lip for years that seemed incurable till Buchlens Arnica Salve healed it and now it is perfectly well Guaranteed cure for cuts and burner 25c at T Eo Paulls drug store Incubator points We are told that incubator chicks lack the hardy constitution of their hen hatched sisters This is a mistake providing the work of the incubator and brooder has been done well Of course carelessness in maintaining proper temperature and other things might naturally would result in this But if the proper care is given they will be just as hardy Yes even more so for they escape lice being dragged about dewy mornings and some other ills of the oldfashioned chicks On the other hand it is some times stated that they are immune from gapes This too is a delusion The gape worm is pres ent in the soil if it has within a few years been occupied by chicks infested with the disease If in cubator chicks have access to such scratching ground they are bound to be affected Many poul trymen will not let them out of the brooder house until past the age for gapes on account of this Such treatment is an effective preventionBowel is the worst ene my of the incubator chicks and if subjected to either extreme in temperature this is very likely to follow Charcoal thebfood in powdered form is an excellent corrective for digestion in the incipient stages and should always be kept in the drinking fountain A tiny bit of camphor in the water sometimes serves a similar purpose Sunlight is the best health giver If the farm grown chick can have three weeks of pleasant weather to begin with the battle is half won If you are dies rections and have a room where the temperature does not fall be low fifty degrees having fresh eggs you will not regret using an incubator Ex 4 1 5 fi 1 i Goodbye Suckers Goodbye Kansas City Mo April 12 The American Mercantile Asso ciation alleged to be a getrich quick concern with offices in a i downtown office building has been closed and this notice post ed on the door- Goodbye suckers goodbyeI The wlher ahouts of the officers of the association is not known The companys head office was at St Joseph Mo and from there a notice had been sent out to its subscribers announcing the suspension as following The officers of the American Mercantile Association take this means to announce to you that the business of said corporation has been suspended and that it will be unable to complete or carryout its contract with you When this notice was received by the Kansas City subscribers the majority of whom are labor ing people they flocked to the concerns offices Many pitab e scenes were enacted The subscribers had agreed to pay 1 a week for eighty weeks on the promise that they were to receive 100 at the end of that period Many working girls and laborers had been making payments for months past One woman had paid 750 a week for sixtysix weeks and expected soon to realize 750 The American Mercantile Association began business in May 1904 and its books left behind by its officers showed that it had many subscribers The station ery gave the officers as M Bruen inger president and treasurer W L Stamper secretary and L H Miles and N M Nordean field managers Brueninger is said to be in the saloon business at St Joseph lull of Traffic Meaning are these lines from J H Simmons of Casey Ia Think what might have re suited from his terrible cough if he had not taken the medicine about which he writes I had a iesrful cough that disturbed my nights rest I tried ev erything but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which completely cured me Instant ly rel eves and permanently cures all preventsITrial bottle free Cln Kentucky and Her Critic For nearly five years the Repub lican papers of this country have been filled with abuse of the state of Kentucky The integri ty of her courts has been impugned the action of Republican Governors of Indiana in refusing to give up a man charged with complicity in a horrible crime has been indorsed No language has been too strong for these critics As a natural consequence thous ands upon thousands of good peo ple have been induced to believe that conditions approaching an archy prevailed through all Ken tucky and these were made pos sible by Democratic use of the courts t3 punish men solely be cause they were Republicans The recent action of these same courts in refusing bail to Judge Hargis and other prominent Democrats charged with complicity in the murder of James B Mar cum in Breathitt county ought to call forth apologies from these Republican newspapers for their tirade against Kentucky Here is a case where the shoe is on the other footas the saying goes Gov Goebel was assassinated sole ly because he was a Democrat The courts have been diligent in their efforts to punish everybody connected with that horrible crimethat is the sum of their bt ics to whom we r e fe rErerypossible appeal has been made by these critics to partizan predju dice in favor of those men who have been brought to trial and especially in behalfofthe exGov ernor who haV since made his J E MN s J home in Indiana to escape Now every charge triaI these partisan defenders of the men charged with complicity in the killing of Governor Goebel must in the face of the Hargis proceedings fall to the Ifbthe Kentucky courts were han dled for partisan purposes cert inly the pull would have been successful in the case of this man Judge Haegis is a member of the State Democratic Central Com mittee and a strong individual power throughout his section of the state Alexander Hargis an other of xthe accused men has been a member of the State Sen ate and with Sheriff Callahan and Elbert Hargis forms what is known as Judge Hargis Cabinet These men have dominated the politics of Breathitt county and have had a pronounced influ ence upon the political affairs of every nearby county Secure in thair position and confident of the impossibility of evidence be ing secured against them it is generally believed says The Louisville Times thatthey have permitted if they have not par t ticipated in high crimes against the State culminating in the as sassination of James B Mai cum a R 1nL fluence in local district and State politicsThat the courts should have re fused every effort made by these men to obtain bail is significant of their integrity but what is even more valuable is the evidence seen on every hand that this action meets the approval of all Democrats of the State This approval is voiced by the Democratic press without ex ception so far as we have been able to discover It is a marked contrast to the attitude of the Republican press of Kentucky and for that matter of the rest of the country toward the men implicated in the wanton assas sination of the Governor of the State In speaking of the decision of Judge Parker in refusing bail to the Hargises nnd Callahan the Louisville Times sayes No other decision ba member of the Kentucky judiciary in years has received and is certain to receive the more unamimous in dorsement of the Democratic press Judge Parker has regard ed solely the nature of the crime and has ignored the political affil iation and power of those charg ed with its commission In so doing he has acted in accordance not only with his own ideas of right but with those of every Democratic newspaper of weight in the State The speedy trial of the anda Callahan and their prompt and uncompromis ing punishment if proven guilty is both desired and expected as much because they are Democrats who have betrayed a trust as be cause they have been convicted of crimes that in themselves deserves the severest penalty There can be no question but this represents the true state of popular feeling in Kentucky Despite all the misrepresentation and abuse heaped upon them Kentuckians are peaceful law abiding lovers of justice jealous at all times of the reputation of their courts Perhaps it is to much to expect of the Republinan newspapers that they endeavor to make amend for the injnstice they have done Kentucky in connection with the Goebel murder an d the men charged with that crime but it ought not to be N After Tobacco Trust The Independent Tobaccos Deal ers Association of Chicago claims to have discovered through its se cret bureau information that will lead it to take steps to haye the tobacco trust investigated by the Federal authorities when it shall have indisputable evidence of the things which have come to its r i c i AM EMLER VPres New esFanoRHotel I Enterprise Hotel+A GfWS fa 6IR BRO 7 PROPRIETORS t3t242 Esc MABKKT STB- fcT t BROOK fiHD LOYDSTS 4 UhUSYrL aE KY- o Rates 100per day Absolute Satis foction Guaranteed SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS mark vi haveadiscovered also by chemical an alysis that the trust is using ma tel jal positively injurious to the health in its manufactures Tobacco experts have been employed byour association for some time to investigate this matter thoroughly said the headof the publicty department of the Independent Dealers Association We have endeavored to ascertain the cause of complaints made by consumers inj the habit of smoking these bands The astonishing results of the examination by the experts was that out of seven different brands fivewere found to be injurious while the other two contained only the cheapest grades of young and uncured tobacco which in itself dangerous to the health of the smoker This partly explains the Seductive and impossible prices made in the trust stores on goods at six and cents that are fifIteeniworth from three to five cents Irrespective of these prices which are calculated to catch the bargain hunter such goods should be debarred entirely from the op en market at any price With all the tricks and tactics employed by the trnst such as misrepresentations of facts hiding its identity behind assumed names over the doors of their own stores causing frenzied fi nance statements to go out to the public and what not we manage to get at the inside of actual fats Plans lo GeL ficlt Are often frustrated by sudden break down due to dyspepsia or constipation Brace up and take Dr Kings New Life Pills They take out the materi als which are clogging your energies and give you a new start Cure headache and dizziness too At T E Paulls drug store 25c guaranteed Dont snub a boy because he wears shabby clothes When Eddison the in ventor of the telephone first entered Boston he wore a pair f linen breeches in the depth of Winter Dont snub a boy because his house is plain and unpretending Abraham Lincolns early home was in alog cabin Dont snub a boy because of the ignorance of his parents Shakespeare the worlds greatest poet was the son of a man who could not wri e his own name Don t snub a boy because he chooses an humble trade The author of Pilgrims Progress was a tinker Dont snub a boy of physical disability Milton the poet was blind Dont snub a boy because of dullness in his lessons Hogarth 1the celebrated painter and engraver was a stupid boy at his book Dont snub anybody Not only because some day he may outstrip you in the race of life but be cause it is neither kind nor right nor Christian like I I 400422 E MARKET ST Above Prestonr i LOUISVILLL KY C est Scxiipt 100 pet Bag 1otet in the thttt s States tr R E fTC Pt 0 rIEQ T TtJ f jiepry 9IJJ r o f 1 ttsa ers from ri lJ rope Will ba ladim feature ofII crh i U CurrjUEHrjiVPG THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DE PARTMBNTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER MAIL RATES Dan Courier Jcurnsi usar 5 Dill and Sunday year 6 Weekly i Sear f COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KYR youIADMIH COUNTY fiEWS An Eight Page Local Paper AND THE WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 1 1 50This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combina tion offer must be sent through The Adair Co News LindsayWilson Training School We would very respectfully ask the subscribers to the LindsayWilson Training School lwho have not paid to do so at once so the Local Executive Board can settle with the Educational Board and have the matter off hands or we will be forced to give you a more forcible reminder By order of the Local Executive Board N M Tut Treas Stone Stone iUtorneysit taw f J r ESTOVN ErJTliCKY 0IWill practice in the courts in this and adjoining counties O Special attention given collections t The grand jUryat Cynthiana has returned 800 indictments against the Standard Oil Company w 7l v r- t1l fS-tit 3 I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY APRIL 19 1905 y BRYKNTS STORE Eggs are worth 12 cents and chickens 9 at this place Quite a lot of corn will be plant ed this week Mrs Lou Hubbard is in a very critical condition with heart trouble A terrific lightning and thund ed storm passed over this place a few days ago Mr Charley Jeffries is report ed in aye r y critical condition and his rocovery is doubtful Paschal Turpen leftfor Indiana last week where he expects to locate The beautiful wheat fields indi cate that the largest crop for years will be harvested T J Bryant our enterprising merchant has on a complete stock of Spring goods A SundaySchool was organized at Clear Spring the first Sunday in this month It is having very gooFattendance With plenty of warm showers and golden sun sending its beau tiful rays of brightness on the earth grass and other crops are looking fine Mr Jasper Bryant returned from Cambellsville last week where he had been spending a few days with a brother whom he had not seen for quite awhile Once in awhile some happy hooligan sort of a philanthro pist comes along who pretends to care only about his neigbors wel fare who would have you believe his own interest cut a figure no larger than a Obut he fools no bodyHe like everybody else is after the good cold coin of the realm or he will take crisp greenback instead if you insist RUSSELL SPRINGS We are sorry to note the death On the 8th hist of Miss Bettie Vails of this place She had been sick but a short time John T Lovelace has moved to his new house on Jamestown r street He had one of the handsomest residences in town Biiisness of any kind is encour agaging Work on the new Methodist church has been resumed and if material is kept at hand it will soon be completed The other day while at work Mr Jackson Voils happened to a serious Accident A limb struck him making a severe wound in the head and breaking both bones of one leg Mrs White and son have vacat ed the Vaughan hotel as the time for which they rented has expir ed J D Grider our new hotelman is getting a good patronage We hope him contiuned success The enrollment at the Academy stillcontineus to increase The enrollment is now 151 and some others are expected The Normal work has begun witn a large class of teachers and prospective teachers BLISS The condition of Miss Valonia Sandidge is still bad and critical Lisle Atkins is on the sick list tha case of whooping cough Pie plant pies are on the bill of luxury and asparagus a deli cate dish- George Flowers Jr of your city was mingling with our peb pleher las Sunday W 3 t Staple of your city was at this place shaking iIIn genial Wednesday Vji Murrell v hhs so far re covered himself tas frbe able to- go to the meeting iat Sunday i Miss jVlyrde Staples and Xeo Stints of Columbia Avere in tBis hdpj5Bliss calling Mst Sunday i itjJ i0 7 Some farmers are dividing their time between the farm work and the banks of the creek Miss Annie Roberts a student of L W T S was here visiting the family of Dr W T Grissom from last Friday to Sunday Some farmers would have commenced putting in their corn the past week had the rain and cool spell not interfered There was a sweeping attack of measles at Robert Conovers there being six cases the former part of the week Fruit trees of all kinds with the exception of peach are in full bloom Its hoped that this cool spell may not nip them Rev W T Salmon of Bow ling Green was at home with his parents Mr and Mrs Polk Salmon on a visit last week RevT H C Sandidge is having his residence painted which when finished y is7 certain to improve the looks of his place very muchSHenry Atkins of North Dako ta is at the bedside of his moth er arriving here Thursday Mrs Atkins is no better at this writing greatly to our regret Master Horton son of J Grissom and wife returned homeI Friday from Lincoln county where he had been staying with his grandmother Mrs N JI Horton for the last six months Mrs Horton accompanied Master Horton home- ROnlSNA IMrs Sarah Me Farland of Irish Bottom is visiting relatives here Hon James Montgomery of Columbia passed through here a few days ago Mrs Fred Perdue of Burn side visited relatives and friends here last weekSMisses Dollie McFarland and Alice Story were at Jamestown Wednesday shopping Mr Hugh Kyle and son Char lie of Celina Tenn were in our midst last week Mr Albert Epperson of Mc Kinney visited the family of A H Rowe a few days ago Miss Lola Morrison of Lula visited her aunt Mrs J D Vaughan last Saturdayand Sun day Mr J M Stephenson was called to the bedside of his brother in law Mr Janies Brents of Albany last Sunday Eld J T Barger delivered two very interesting sermons at Beech Grove last Saturday evening and Sunday morning Miss Marvin Ballou who has been teaching in Irish Bottom returned home a few days ago much to the delight of her many friendsMrs A C Snow who has been visiting relatives at Mill Springs returned home last Sun day accompanied by her sister inlaw Mrs Rebecca Snow and niece Miss Linnie Parrigin M0NTPELIER Pink Coffeys condition is no better- Bud Hurt was here dehorning cattle last week Dr T A Jones returned from from Chicago last Saturday W E Stapp will be at t h i s place vithhissaw mill soon The farmers in t h i s vicinity are progressing rapidly with their work V v Mrs Mary Murrah who spent the past winter with her daugh ter in Ill returned horne last Monday She was accompanied by her granddaiightei Miss El len BuiTisof Lebanon y U 3Thet J t jl lay a tjib d aso1i 1 i7ni i w o S t PHIL J B Carson was in Louisville last week J W Hadley is making a log yard for Carson Combest W H Thomas and family started to Missouri last Monday Wm Myers of Hustonville was here on business last week Lee Wesley has bought a fine lot of stave timber of John Shaw Mrs Bessie and Ida Baldock of Evona were visiting here last Wednesday J B Carson and 0 G Russell attended court at Liberty Wednesday to hear the Elliott trial Mrs R A Luttrell was very sick last week The people of this community were made sad last Saturday morniug by the sudden death of Moletus Toms The deceased was seventy years of age and a member of the M E church He is survived by the widow and one daughter Mrs Susan Thomas We would say to the bereaved ones weep not for death is but the freeing Iof a soul from its tenement of clay and but the night which must precede the endless day ESTO Farmers are very busy plant ing corn Whooping cough is raging in this sectionIFrancis McElroy is quite sick at this writing J B Grider has a goodwork mare for sale II Marvin Medaris lost a valuable mare a few days ago P V Grissom and E G At kins were here some days ago Eastham Sons have just received a nice line of J Sachs shoesMr Lenard representing War ren Nuby Co was calling on our merchants a few days ago J B Grider and J M Wells made a hasty visit to Louisville and saw Teddy Eld Z T Williams and wife have just closed a very saccess ful revival at this place Cromwell Phelps bought of Sam Aaron one cow and two calves for 35 Eld S G Shelly held quarter ly meeting at Mt Pleasant last Wednesday and Thursday Rev J A Goodman will fill his May appointment at Mt Pleasant on the 5th Sunday in this month Quite a number from this part will attend the Methodist Dis trict Conference which will con vene at Marrowbone the first of iraySJ T Goodman and wife have returned from Louisville where the former has been looking after his trade with the Bray Clothing Co for the past month YOSeMITE John Wells had an old fashjpn ed log rolling Thursday Mrs Helen Carter has return ed from the city with her stock of millinery goods William Watkins united with the Baptist church Sunday night Mrs Jason Coffey and Miss Rhoda Elliott went to Liberty Tuesday to hear the speaking in the Elliott case A party of Walltown people came down last week and spent a couple of days on therbanks of Green river but had little else but ffishermans Luck V v Quits a number of ouri peoplE attended the Elliott trial tLibi erty Monday and Tuesday of iihfelyeek Harden Hatthr the victnny of this foul rnlideL was hereQ fo qUrOnUlar ct 4 i r L7yc4IL pStb ff iS Make Money In CaliforniaIf you are industrious and capable you can make money there The big ranches are breaking up into small farms that need more workers to care for the increased product The towns and cities are prosperous because the coumtry is prosperous youhaverent one on shares and pay for it out of the product in a few years We will send you descriptive booklets and folders giving full information about the money familyYou you can go there work a few months enjoy the delightful climate the flowers fruit andscenery and earn enough to pay your expenses both Ways by taking advantage of the Bargain RatesEvery Day March 1 to May 15 From From 33 30Chicago St Louis For oneway colonist tickets Correspondingly redcccd rates from almost any point East The trip is easily and comfortably made via the Rock Island Two routesone through New Mexico the other through Colorado Through tourist cars hours quicker than any other line Double daily tourist service via El Pa o triweekly via Colorado Diningcar service and free reclining chair cars bothroutes The Rock Island has representatives throughout the United States they are travel experts and askingConsultfolder Across the Continent in a Tourist Sleeper E E Kelsay went to see the President at Louisville A primary election will likely be called to nominate candidates for Magistrate and Constable for this magisterial district The district is composed of Mid dleburg and Walltown voting precincts and is slightly Demo cratic taken together Jones and Kelsay are putting their grounds in order for their fifthannual 4th of July enter tainment We are not advised as to what new attractions will be added this year but it goes without saying that there will be nothing left undone to make it an enjoyable affairS Rev H M Shouse preached at the Baptist church Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night A business meeting of the church Sunday night called Brother Shouse to the pastorate charge of the church and he will move to the parsonage about June the 1st Brother Shouse is a most consecrated man and did splen did work for the church when he was pastor some 10 years ago The heaviest windstorm of the season passed over this section Monday evening A part of Lincoln Wells barn roof was blown off Fruit trees fences etc suffered considerable dam age A portion of the roof of Middleburg Normal College was torn off and some of the windows badly damaged The dam age is fully covered by insurance itIt ority that there will be a full Democratic ticket put in the field for bounty offices in this county rJudge 3 Boyle Stone will be urg ed to make the 17aefO comity 11IewIOverstreet df Casey sr creek ish being spoken Of 16rl Sheriff J ri c i l f1iMro l 70ttA t f 1 Remember the Rock Island runs more tourist cars to California than any other rroute Many of them are of the latest pattern with wide windows and lavatory and rooms for both men and women unusually larse and complete in their appointmeats Cut out this advertisement fill in spaces below and mail to JOHN SEBASTIANSPassenger Traffic Manager Rock Island System CHICAGO Please send me rates of fare to California and time tables also your illustrated California book and full information about your new service I expect to leave for California about andwould like information about iNANE Name Address5City State J uww w The best men in the county will be placed upon the ticket and the best fight possible will be made CANe zmLLev R B Wilson was in Louisville last week Miss Katie Wilson of Gresh am was visiting here last week Miss Sallie B Harden of Elk horn was visiting her mother Mrs Tom Murrah last week Geo Cundiff left last week for Chicago Ill where he will fire on the Monon R R Jno Littrill had his pension raised from 17 to 24 last week and Wm Bailey was rais ed front 10 to 12 Dr C D Moore and Clarence Page caught several fine perch out of the waters of Green river last Thursday Penick Smith and Jno G Sub lett were in Greensburg last week on business Wyatt Feese and Finis Cun diff have invested 800 in a line stereoptican and will give entertainments after the weather permit June Hancock is having bad luck with his new saw mill When the company shipped his mill they failed to send the saw and the mill is still idle On last Thursday evening at 3 oclock Mr Randall Rice was married to Miss Mattie Russell Rev W S Dudgeon officiating The groom isa genuine good farmer and is the second son of Mr Dave Rice The bride is he youngest child bf Mrtndkrs Wm Russell and is an ac complished young lady 4gbs rreI1em1ier 1 have two arZ 1OalS tBOWkC1S ihgiadg fertilizei f2mi house nei tne roll t mill yard firQm 95 cents ujC GJlllJMd fee my gooda befQV buying I 3 t5 7 So1oinonMcKin1e 1 I it 4i t 4 r s 1fe 1 0l t rtf tt i f t Program The Ffth Sunday meeting of the Russell Creek Association will be held with the Cane Valley Baptist Church Saturday and Sunday April 29 and 30 SATURDAY MORNING 10 OCLOCK Devotional service by Pastor J P Scruggs 1 Is the Apostolic Commission Ours J S Gatton and B W Penick 2 The Relation of the nonaffiliating Baptist to his neighboring Baptist Church W T Underwood and W W Ingram J 3 Why have the Church Prayer Meeting W S Dudgeon and Jo Nat Conover v 4 The object in holding the E fth Sunday Meeting What is it El F Tucker and Frank Harrison 5 Missions What does it mean W B Cave 1 M Grinzley and J P Scruggs i 6 Why have a Missionary Organiza tion in the Church R B Wilson and E D MaddoxS7 What should be the attitude of the Parent toward the Sunday School James Garnett and H C Wood 8 The Sunday School a feeder to the Church Should the Church feed the Sunday School Melvin Conover and J S Durham 9 Sermon E D Maddox Brethren whether you are on the program or not be present You are needed W S Dudgeon J P Scruggs R B Wilson Committeef These services will be interesting dinner on the ground Saturday Everybody invitedS Preaching NcxtSunda J L Adkins Salem J P Scruggs Gradyville iyi 4EW Wood Milltown r A L Ode r ColumbiaS T Williams Mt PleasahS IZ Jijfc Ht Q andidge TemP eran W G Montgomery Liberty r J F Barge Freedom f Ty FELiewis Tabor jrJlH Ni hoI SOIl Pleas in Rid f k i W S Dudgeon HufcWnsprt Sdh 1 Zhouse Y c j Mayneld Freedom girl itO in t e lQ lI Deno j 1 L1brt3r W f fiJt T l1 t j r r 1 2 ff