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T I h + I ibai iu ein VOLUME 8 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY EDNESDAY JUL1j 5 1906 NUMBER 33 POST OFFICE DIREOTORY J 1L RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days 730 Lm to 830 pm COURT DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COUKT Three sessions a yearThIrd Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit JudgeH C Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A Huddlerton Sheriff F W Jliller Circuit Clerkl F Neat COUNTY COURT FirstMonday In each month JudgeT A MurrelC County Attorney Jas Garnett ClerkT R Stulta JailerTK P Conover Assessor J F Felly Surveyor R T McCaffrea School SuptW D Jones Coroner C M Russell 1 Cirr COURT Regular court second Monday In each month JudgeJas G Eubank Attorney Gordon Montgomery MarshalW A Myers CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BURKESVHLE STREET Rev 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 STREET Rev F E Lewis pastor Services fist and third Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GREENSBURG STREET Rev J P Scruggs pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 L m Prayermeeticg Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CAJIPBELLSVILLE PncEEId A L Oder pastor Services s e con d and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 au m Prayermeeting WednesdtLy night LODGESMASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A M Regnlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery W M E G Atkins Secretary COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday Client after full moon in each month JAS GAnNETT T L T R STULTS RECORDER COLUMBIA CHAPTER R A lrLNo 7 meets Friday night after full moon T R Stults H P Horace Jeffries Secretary W E LtESTEfJ QENTIST KENDALL KENTUCKY G M Wiseman Son Jewelers and Opticians DEALERS IN Diamonds dllu ilubllma QtmiPQ 0Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line Noi 132 a West Market bet 1st and 2nd Opposite Music Hal- lLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY t I am prepared to fix Pumps Tinwork Woodwork and all kinds of repairing a specialty Horseshoeing and Blacksmithirg I am prepared to do your buggy repfjring on short notfev i LOCATION WATER STREET WADE H EUBANKS JO EUBANK BIACKSMITffAND WOQDWORKMAN x CANE VALLEY KENTUCKY rIHIIC9iv kiscaIL tWaetiIata t tI 4 iY i h s r 2 fft q + 4 4 I LOCAL NEWS i S 4 S I Read H L Philips Sons ad in an other column A little daughter of Mr and Mrs J W White near Columbia has scarlet fever Eld E S Bledsoe delivered an inter esting sermon at the Methodist church Sunday evening Work on the fair grounds has begun and by August will present a very at tractive appearance Misses Jeanette Manda and Susie Thompson of Sparksville called on the News Tuesday Up to time of going to press the outlook for a crowd of from two to three thousand people will be present at the Fair Ground picnic Mr Lee J Taylor who has been in school here for the past term has been procured by the trustees of GradyviUe as principal of the public school at that place The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will give a lawn fete in Mrs Brack Massies yard next Wed nesday evening the 12th from 7 to 10 oclock Mr D P Wright father of JJV Wright county clerk of Clinton county is dead at the home of his son in Al bany He was a highly respected citi zen and will be greatly missed in Clin ton i The marriage of Mr Jno 0 Russell and Mrs K W Murrell at the New Seelbach last Wednesday evening was the first marriage ever solemnized in his magnficent hostelry Messrs R F Baker and J D Sharp from the rich bottoms of the Cumber land w re in town Monday and inform ed us that every body nearly would be at the Columbia Fair Last Friday afternoon Tim B Cravens of the Columbia ball team while practicing for the ball game at Greens burg had the misfortune to sprain an ankle which keeps him out of the game today County Superintendent R D Bass of Cumberland discovered that ques tions for the colored examination had been peddled in his county hence no certificates will be issued Work on the electric light system at Campbellsville will begin about August the 1st Messrs Henry Robinson and B S Kincairt of Lebanon will have charge of the installation of the plant July 3rd fortytwo years ago the Rebel forces had control of this town and a considerable battle was fought in the outskirts of the town The day following the Green river battle was fought and sevef at gallant soldiers lost their lives Notice I have taken up three sows one large and two small ones The small ones are marked by a crop off of each ear and an upper bit in the right W A Myers City Marshal T D Underwood former County Attorney of Barren county Ky who in said to have left the State some time ago to escape prosecution in connectio with licquor law violations has been arrested at Springtown I T and is in jail pending the arrival of a requisition From Kentucky The Democratic County Committee met Monday togetherwith a goodnum ber of Democrats from various parts of the county and after free and full expression of the candidates and prospective candidates and others decided that the committee would meet in the curt house August the 19tband- nominate a ticket in full or in part as they deemed advisableat the time Miss Fannie Jones gave a tennis party Monday evening from six to eight oclock Refreshments were served and altogether it was a very delightful occasion Those present were Misses Mary Wbod fPerryvffle Alice Walk er Gary Hoghee and Messrs SH Hinton of Georgetown G P Smythe i UC M orgs4Mon- tgomr t I t i riI H J A A The Columbia Fair Association has closed a contract with Wehrleys Band of Louisville to furnish music for the fair August 224 days This band is composed of twelve of the best mu sicians in the city and togather with many other attractions secured the meet ing promises to be the best ever held in Adair connty Mr Robt Allen of Petits Fork one of the best known older citizens of Adair county passed peacefully away at the home of his son Mr Sam Allen this Monday morning Mr Allen was eightyfour years of age a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church and leaves a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn the loss The sympathy of the entire community is with his aged wife and children BLISS Plenty of rain and sunshine has stretched everything out wonderfully Harvesting earlyripening oats had been at quite a serious disadvantage during the late wet weather The other late oats is being cut in a more favorable condition Picking and working up black berries is in full blast The crop is very nice and plentiful Flux is quite prevalent at some places in this locality the doctors have been riding hard Squire John Pennington is steadily mending Mrs Jane Turk of Gradyvill stayed one night here a few days agoJ Cager Yates of Bradfords ville and Mrs Nonie Dohoney of Cane Valley were here en route for Gradyville ore day last week Mrs W R Qrissom of Columbia was with her sister Mrs J W Patterson here last Tuesday and Wednesday saving black berriesMr Coakley a member of the firm of Coakley Sims Camp bellsville was in this section on tombstone business Some farmers have commenced cutting their meadows Miss Eleanor McAdams of Greenfield Tenn chaperoned by Miss Mary Grissom visited at J C Dohoneys and at Bro W H C Sandidges during the week Mrs Bullington who took up abode with Charley Browning and brothers on Butlers Fork since the death of their mother is on the sick list M L Grisssbm and wife were visiting Geo A Atkins and wife last Saturday and Sunday Farmers are in a rush stacking their wheat which is considerably damaged by the late wet weather A lot of corn from various par ties was sold to the merchants at fifty cents per bushel P V Grissonand wife of Co lumbia were in this part Wednesday evening Miss Mary Byrd Harlow re turned to her home at Canmer last Saturday after a most pleasant visit with Misses Sandidge The gasoline gristmill nereiias been a great convenience to this community aSfr as the J ulk of patronage fronear and far in dicateslt r t The raspberry season tejnfecs il beiiigthe best for rary l j 1 iji l ojt Misses Vallie and Nora San didge left here Sunday for Green county where they began their respective schools on Monday Mrs Jas D Walker and Miss Sallie Diddle of Columbia visit ed at G Whit Flowers Sunday Bob Dohoney of Keltner start ed our district school the first of the week J K Robertson wife and baby of Columbia spent Sunday at Dr W T Grissoms Bro Layman of Marrowbone preached at Union church to an appreciative audience Sunday while Bro Sandinge filled the like mission out there Miss Mary Grissom and brother Wallace accompanied Mr Ward and Miss McAdams as far as Campbellsville Tuesday Mr Neil Ward of Greensfield Tenn rrrived here Saturdry as the guest at Dr W T Grissoms until Monday Mr Ward had taken a course at Harvard College at Cambridge Mass from which he was just graduated with hon ors Subsquently he was offered projfessorship noted institution forthe ensueing year Upon his return way he was accompanied by Miss Eleanor Mc Adams of the same place who has spent several weeks yis iting delightfully in our county Bob Allen and wife of Pettits Fork section are both in a critical conditinn Later Squire Pennington is worse KNIFLEY Fine rains the past week and fine growing weather Some farmers are through plowing corn and some have just commenced x The young tobacco is being cultivated in some places and some being transplanted Mr J A Young of Cumberland county passed through here last week enroute for Danville with 200 sheep Tom White was here last week collecting taxes Mr TJ Conover was in Colum bia on business one day last week It is reported that there is a fine crop of beech mast in this section and people are holding their shoats to consume the mast Oat harvest is on hand and the crop is reported good The continued wet weather has- preventedpeople from cultivating their crops as they should have been Willis Aker had a horse to take sick a few days ago and died with- In an hour ATStapl ton was adjudged in sane last Saturday and sent to the asylum Mrs TB Hazzard was also sent to the asylum last week Willis Aker has taken a con tract to log one million feet in the log forJ W Jackson The tirn ber is located in Casey county C NeY1 LiEY Corn is looking fine sine the rains Meadows have also improved Oats harvest about over reshingwheat allF go with farmers now T t There seems to be a good crop oi blackberries in this locality judging from the amount that has appeared on the narket already 3CJr Smith boughtrsome fat Bogs at 4i cents per pound rc- t 3 k VVVI VWWt tW Vt IfIIj k177icii7Fz II I II I II ll iSd IA TYOStory GOOd i II Brick Store Building g 11V Ig For Salethe store room is 23 x 75 good base Iments and side room all brick Attractive build ing and a new and uptodate stock of 11 M General Merchandise 7i M IEmostly GENTS FURNISHINGS Ours is one of the FtK For further information write IE ID H fc PHlliMPS SOHS w 1 7 flonticello g = j == Kentucky rI j 7r JE r twvvtIh 7K 7i 7 j71 SXS XXx INSURE IN THE CONNECTICUT LIFE INSUR ANCE COMPANY I Its Purely Mutual policyholders Company Its Expense Account h a s always been the I lowest It earns x and pays the largest annual dividends It furnishes PERFECT PROTECTION attle- I LOWEST COST I For further information APPLYTO W L SMITH IOr E MURRELL GENERAL AGENT Columbia Ky Louisville Ky JK CK R I PROGRAMME The following has been prepared for the annual meeting of the Kentucky County Attorneys Association to be held at Crab Orchard Springs July 11 12 and 13 1905 Tuesday July 11th 1905 IMEETING CALLED TO ORDER AT 2 P M 7 REPORTS OF OFFICERS ADDRESSESTo BE FOLLOWED BY SHORT DISCUSS IONS CLAIMS LEGAL AND ILLEGAL FRANK P ODoNNEL AND W G HOWELL RECENT LEGISLATION i SC TYREE AND W 0 DAVIS REVENUE AND TAXATION REFORM A S KENDALL AND A J MAY Vecliiesday July 13 tin r i M1 NEEDED LEGISLATION tW T THOMAS AND JAS T BUFORDI lRECIPROCAL RELATIONS AND DUTIES OF COUNTY JUDGES AND COUNTY ATTORNEYS DENNIS DUNDON 2 DIVORCE EVILCOUNTY ATTORNEYS DUTY FRANKM TRACyAND L PHELPS r SHALL WE RETURN TO THE BALLOT OF OUR IFATHERS JACOB CORBETT OUR COMPENSATION C F THOMAS AND W HMORGAN i j PAUPERSi VV r JN THE MOUNTAINS GEORGE C MOORE d5i IN THE PENNYRILE J ii IVIPGIL STUART h5 IN THE BLUEGRASS r htWM JPRICES r 1i MOOT COURT 8fl Thursday July i3til v fTHE FUTURE wp KIMBALL REPORT OF COMMTTTEE ON RESOLUTIONS GENERAL DIScUSSIONS X ELECTION OF OFFICERS Quite a lot of stock changed hands here last week JG Sublett is reported quite ill with fever ofJOplinMofriends andrrelatiyjes at this place and near here for two weeks re turrifed home last Monday i lar n and grandcluld itj C Sublett gather Siv wSS v r H ii tgvt v jt i rW 1td 0 it f tfIJm ii 7 s n I themselves together Sunday Juhe25 to help him celebrate his birthday Mr Sublett was jS7 years of age June 25th and en joys fairly good health for a man of his age Besides therelatives that went to make his surprise dinner lots of friends were there rWallace Hancock of Columbia I town on busineM one dayIt4tweeSS4 j 4l2 r r I f L jf feta ifE4i Ci 2 iTHEADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JULY 4 1905 I t HOME Block says When a person voluntarily takes up his abode in a given place with the intention to remain permanently or for an indefinite period of time or with out any present intention to re move therefrom such place of abode becomes his home But lets see if theres not some other ingredients necessary to make a home at least a happy home We learn from divine revelation that in the beginning of time God created the heavens and the earth We further learn that eastward in Eden He planted a garden Here lofty hills awaken ed to kiss the dawning day Si lent rivers gurgling brooks and trickling rivulets sparkled in the sunlight and noble trees and lovely flowers bent low before the winds caresses Here too Hesperius that led the story host rode brightest till the morn rising in the clouded majesty at length apparent queen unveiled her peerless light and oer the dark her silver man tle threw While the morning dew bathed the grasses and whispered to the beautiful flowers of every hue peeping forth from hill and dale God looked forth and beheld that there was no one to prune these growing plants or to tend those lovely flowers so He created man in His own image and endowed him with life not in helpless idiocy but in the strength of his physical being was man created and invested with the holy spirit of his creature that selfknowing and magnanimous he might correspond with Heaven and intelligently understand and enjoy creation Man was placed in this lovelyI garden the stillness of licitude was unbroken and where serenity reigned and told that this was to be his home He was told to prune the trees and culti vate the flowers and to partake t of all of the fruit of the garden except one tree that stood in the midst thereof of this he shouldI hot eat The beautiful flowers of this garden filled the balmy air with sweet odor and myriads of sing theirbpraises among the branches of the trees made the sweetest mu sic mans ears had ever heard Here the sun rose and set caus ing day and night The great expanse of waters now ebbed now flowed Occasionally in the sky appeared great clouds heavy with rain The trees and flowers of the garden began to grow un til as it were the whole world was clad in a most lovely forest Thus robed this must have been of the loveliest im aginableIsaid it is incomplete Although it is the habitation of man it lacks some of the ingredients that make the home It is not good for man to be alone God caused man to sleep He then created woman a n d lo when man awoke there stood a creature of exquisite charms and beauty and man was informed that this would be to him a help mate Like the artists picture upon the canvass or the sculp tors block of marblethe finishing touch had been given and homethe habitation of man was now an ideal Man could now exclaim Oh home that sweetest spot on earth thy name my heartstrings thrill This homelmust have been on ly ap r i mar y department of heaven for they were a lovely pair and in tneir looks divinethe image ofitheir glorious creator shown pure and immortal They f 4had nothing to do but enjoy them selves For the same duty that of supreme obedience to God j and the sanet of a e i Ia r f I i i 0 J just reward at His hand awaited them both and oh that this happy contentment could have always reigned But alas like many homes today this contentment was one day disturbed Woman was out taking a stroll among the flowers one day when she met with an old serpent who was carrying a bunch of very beautiful fruitt Only taste this said he it is the most desirable fruit that grows in the garden it will make one as God himself knowing good from evil The woman seeing that it was de sirable took and did eat thereof herwhat a change took place Dis cord at once set in for when God asked what was wrong man con fessed but said the woman was the cause of it all Yes woman fell but did man prove her su perior in the promulgation of law ten1ptaI b from his momentary superiority to her level Being driven from this para dise they like men and women of today began to feel the per sonal responsibility of each and each set to work to make up a home again Like a new married couple they went out into the world to seek their fortunes He armed with manly strength and sinewy muscles that he mightthe heavier burdens bear She with womanly modesty and sweet at tractive grace fitted to be his friend and associate to walk side by side hand in hand with him To rejoice with him insuccess and to sorrow with him in afflic tionBut says onelis this all of home Nof Home is not merely four square walls Though with pictures hung and gilded Home is where affection calls Filled with sunshine the hearts have builded Loving hearts cheerful deeds and faithful duties are material of which home is largely builded When we write of home we write of a place very dear to each well meaning person We write of a place where are gathered together all the tender memories all the lights and shadows of the heart all the filial fraternal and pater nal affections We write of life from the dawn of infancy to the sunset of old age because we are born at home live at home and die at home How true are the words of the poet Be it ever so humble theres no place like home Home is home for many reasons as it is secluded from the stare and glare of publicity It is at home where we can best enjoy the company of our friends and relatives our books and papers our writing and everything that helps to make up life It is here we have freodom We feel free to express ourselves in the home while we are just a little bit tim id to do so abroad We know each other here and can bear with and help each other better than we can away from home and friends It is at home where all have a right to all the care and protection that home can give It is here we can claim the right to be kindly treated to be spoken to in a polite manner a right to the advice of each member and to the respect of all And now let us pause for a mo ment and take a retrospective view of ourselves While we have been floating leisurely down the river f time among the beau tiful islands of pleasure and pass ing the flowery banks of friend ship have we forgotten the un seen dangers that lurk among those happy surroundings or awaits us just ahead Have we repaid in like kind all the kind words of encouragement all the smiles and all the aids showered upon us as we passed along Have we left any evidence be hindus that will be as swetin riIkyy i 4 i ra1 r 1S cense to cheer those who may come after us Or when we look is there seen any visions of selfishness any pictures of angry words or memories of unkind ac tions painted on the walls of home God forbid Perhaps into all our hearts and homes have come some good cheers and sweetness as well as some bitter sorrows and briny tears But I trust that we have passed through it all and left no blurredor blackened stains upon our lives or homes- I desire to describe a made home There is the aged grand mother in the warmest corner she is watching two little children playing with their toys on the floor Her hair is as white as the drifting snow I can see in her the past in the two little ones the future The aged grandfather in front of the fire is dozing and enjoying his pipe Hav ing finished his days labor the father sits by the lampand reads to the rest while gentle tactful mother sits close by planning work and busy with thought for those that look to them for the means of life The fire burns brightly and everything is cheer ful Listen there is music Yes John and Mary have finished their evening lesson and are in dulging in the act that charms brutes and moves stones Who can think of home and its powers over the mind the home loves and their transcendent charms in the soul the home pleasures and ministries with out having their minds thronged with those vivid pictures of home life which become real to us all iu our passage from the cradle to the grave Yes each member of the family has his part to perform in making the home Although the husband is regarded as the head of the family he should not consider himself as lord he should consider his vife a lover he should regard her as his equal and treat her accordingly he should consult her in his business affairs and ever make a confidant ofherThe wife also holds a beauti ful and influential position Hus band and home should be to her the sweetest words in her vocab ulary She should love honor and obey her husband and do all she can to make home happy The younger members should not be left out The brother in the home has his office to fill He is the first to be a man in the household by the side of his father He is the one to act the part of companion toward the sister He should be her companion leader protector and guardian The sister too has her part to play Of all the members of the household none should add more unique and in teresting qualities than the sister She is the counterpost of the brother the femipine side of that brave and noble character When father mother brother and sister do the part assigned them home will be what it was designed by the Allwise Maker of the universe to bea paradise on earth R L Campbell Breeding Ky Hoosier farmers think t h at there is no crop quite so good as buckwheat to improve and mel low up soil We sow it about the last of June The buckwheat blooms make their appearence at a time when weeds are or ought to be cut down and when flowers for the bees are not plentiful Growing a small patch o jjgjekwheat will pay any farmer- whg beessfruits would be a failure We should therefore plan to feed the isittlemay be planted on the Sam ground from wh chacro of l early stuff has been harvested tJ ft 2 2 r c i t t r l Growls of a Grizzled Bachelor A curiosity is a woman without any Think it over A widow generally seems to en joy her weeds as much as a widower does his weed When some couples agree to marry thats the last thing they ever do agree on Lovers quarrells lack zest be cause there is no possibility ofa divorce to follow A woman feels that she is not halfappreciated unless she is ex aggerated about twenty times Oh if only a woman could lose vocabularyland IWith the exception of yourself my madam all women are more or less deceitful The man about to be hanged and the man about to be married are both dressed in the t conven tional black The average womans mind is like a crazyquilt and she gives her husband irregular pieces at irregular intervals If I had my choice between marrying an exmissionary or taking the place of a union man during a strike Id go gunning with a raving maniac You can always flatter a fat girlor a thin one either for that matterby accusing her of being a flirt But dont do it shell try to flirt with you It must be love that makes a girl with a name like Millicent Marjory Montgomery pine and pale unless she can change it to Sogback or Dabbs or something equally as repulsive J Once upon a time there were twin brothers One proposed to the same girl upon fourteen dif ferent odcasions and was reject ed every pop the other proposed to fourteen different girls and the last one accepted him Bunch your hitsPuck A Grim Tragedy- is daily enacted in thousands of homes as Death claims in each one another victim of Consumption or Pneumonia But when Cou hs and colds are proper ly treated the tragedy is averted F G Huntley Oaklandon Ind writes My wife had the consumption and three doctors gave her up Finally she took Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today she is well and strong It kills the germs of all dis eases One dose relieves Guaranteed at 50c and 100 byTe E Paull bruggist Trial bottle free Who Can Beat This We know of a number of upto date housewives in the county who do all their churning in glass fruit jars They churn only the cream without any strippings or other milk The cream is simp ly put in a selfsealing fruit jar and shaken in the hands until the butter is done which usually requires only a few minutes when most of the contents of the jar are found to be solid butter The only objection to this meth od is that there is no butter milk which is a serious one to pigs and lymphatic husbands Mr Horace Branham cites an example which so far as we know is entitled to the blue rib bon He says that one day last week he witnessed this mode of churning at the hands of Miss Jessie Horrell whoyused a half gallon glass jar and had it about twothirds full of cream or containing little over a quart When the churning was finished she took out over a pound of butter and one glass of butter milk which horace drank for supper and pronounc ed it the best he had ever tasted Elizabethtown News 1 If you are 1 ookinSfor trouble and cat afford an automobile buyamule X Kt s j ji i i tfrtv T i 1fk J vv iriniViI We are paying the following prices for Timber 7i 3 MX 11 uiI delivered on our yard in Columbia K yI 7iKt Billets r XJN Psw7 I tt tt tt tt t 1oJ 41 X30tt tt fil w- V 3tt tt tt 3tt tt 46Q40 tt I3 i4 tt tt tt 3tt 00tt tt tt Q7l it ttr jIIE All billets must be made from good live straightgrained 7K hickory either red or white free from all defectsI2 1Sugar Tree Chestnut Oak White OaK Black Jack or IE fisH Billets 3IE 77 1 E These billets must be made from good live straight grained timber free from all defects 7K v 2 in on Heart 21 in Deep 44 in Long C 20 per 1000 ps 3 IV SECOND GROWTH HICKORY BUTTS g V iw 7ifE 8tt 7tt tt tt 21 c 36tt tV7s9 t tt i tt rr- i 7 3 4 41tt 10tt 7tt tt tt t tt 3J tt 45 v tt r tt tt ttI Qy2tt65 I 72 ttV7K ir- E 0ver 12 in dia 3inch of diameter C 7 All butts must be strictly second growth free E from all defects and will be measured at little end E For further information call on or address 3 vI 7 Columbia Singletree Co I i7iT f Fifth Avenue Hotel I FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY EiP 4 Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled AFirstclass Hotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale X and Retail Districts Churches and Theatres PIKE CAMPBELL ManagUJ Lebanon Steam Laundry LEBANON KENTUCKY W t JOHNSTON PPopwetoPI This is one of the Best and most Reliable Laundries in the State Reed cC Miller Columbia kare the Agents for this section Send them your linen and the work will be neatly and promptly executed V v v v r r r y f THE MARCDM HOTEL t4 COLUMBIA KY r IS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN fArchitecture containing 35 new neat and well veil 4 tilated rooms It is nicely furnished conveniently located and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky f Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three v good sample rooms for commercial men I M H MARCTJM Propr f FRANK CORCORAN M J METCALF CORCORAN VETGRLtF MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Qr 0 HIGHGRADE tOt 0MARBLE AND GRANITE I Cemetery Work of all kinds See Us Before You Buy MAIN STREET LEBANON KY Trade from Adair and adjoining counties respectfully solicited NM NN iWHEN YOU WANT Job PriutiugCALL THE EWSi t i NNNNN t 1tJ h 474Ky4rrrt K fY r n r i t rr ri r I 1ryty L ktct t 1 r I J i f i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JULY 4 1905 3 FOURTH OF JULY The Birthday of the United fl States of America ESSAY BY SAMUEL L COffEY On the 19th of November 1863 at the dedication of Gettysburg National Cemetery the immortal Lincoln used these eloquent words Fourscore and seven years ago our forefathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal In this statement he had reference to the Fourth Day of July 1776 the time of the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the real birthday of the United States of America The two leading men in framing and supporting the Declaration were Thomas Jefferson and John Adams the one having written it and the other being its stongest champion in debate It is a re markable coincidence in our na tional history that it pleased God in his wisdom to remove these two distinguished statesmen from the scene of their earthly labors exactly fifty years after they had signed the Declaration and on the same day of the same month This was indeed a new na tion a novel experiment in worlds history of nations the first real republic of modern times and time and experience have proven that it was in truth conceived in liberty and re cognizes all men as equal be fore the law based upon the Constitution of the United States Could such a new and untried form of government be establish ed and maintained It was without precedent without chart or compass to guide it If it could be established put into opera tion and worked well it would be an incentive to other nations to establish similar forms of gov erement but if it was found to be a failure then republican form of government was at an end The colonies existedunder the Articles of Confederation and this was perhaps the fore runner of the present form but the present form cannot be class ed throughout with any of the ancient forms of Itbwas this departure from all exist ing forms that distinguishes it from all other nations either ancient or modern Had there been no Declaration of Independence which with the Constitution are the Magna Charter of our liberties this country most probably would have been one of the dependencies of Great Britian as are Canada and India Our forefathers by force of alms were able to establish the immortal principles contain ed in the Declaration of indepen dence and today the American people have the estimable heritage of this the allbachievements in the Western Continent or perhaps the world for themselves and their posterity for all ages to come This feeble experiment has grown until at the ptesent time all the in dependent nations on the Western Continent have practically adopted it and two important na tions in Europe Certainly it has exerted much influence in modi fying the forms of government of some of the great nations of Europe a jjat the present thae there is a strong sentiment in several of these nations in favor of a moreliberal form of govern anent The DemocraticRepubli can spirit is abroad in those countries demanding popular government for the masses instead of the present monarchal form In many respects the resident of the United States lias more power in making and r LJt t t 1 f I f enforcing the laws of this country than the King of England ex erts in his Even the downtrod den people of Russia are beginning to feel the impulse of free dom and the better educated element of its citizens are de manding freedom of the press and many other governmental reformsThe of liberal govern ment throughout the world look with pride and satisfaction on the achievements of the United States the worlds first great Republic in the true sense of the word It has lived to fulfill the expectations of its friends and to put its enemies to shame The historian may write volumes con cerning it and yet fail to do it jus tice the poet may sing its praises in patriotic verse the orator may applaud it in words of living elo quence and still the half has not been told Sail on O Ship of State Sail on 0 Union strong and prreatl Humanity with all its fears With all its hopes of future years Is hanging breathless onthy fate Does the young American of the present appreciate the toil the hardships the self sacrifice of the gallant patriots of 1776 Does he honor the name of Robert Morris who freely gave a fortune for the welfare of his country Does he revere the many soldiers who suffered from cold hunger and want of cloth ing at Trenton at Germantown and at Valley Forge Does he honorand cherish the name of ther great La Fayette the immortal Washington and the host of American patriots and statesmen who have been a blessing to their country and all mankind Does he love his countryw ith feelings of gratitude and honor for its institutions and laws If so all is wellThe United States has surviv ed the trying ordeal of both foreign and civil war has emerged from both in triumph is stronger in many respects now than at any previous time in her national historyThe Civil War settled the ques tion forever that this is really a nation supreme over any State or States and not merely a con federation of States that may be disolved at pleasure that it is one and inseparable now and foreverThe is the emblem of na tional unity and strenth a nation supreme whose etrength lays in the concience of its people and whose perpetuity depends on the virtue the intelligence and patriotism of its people Thomas Jefferson said Where liberty dwells there is my coun try Every true American cit izen should be able to say Where our flag floats there is my coun try It represents every great achievement that has been accom Plashed in our countrys history in an intellectual moral or ma tel al way from its beginning to the present time It insures pro tection abroad and security at home The citizen seeing it waving over his home feels safe indeed It makes no difference whether the band plays Yankee Doodle or Dixie he seeing the emblem of power and free dom floating in the beeeze feels at rest and can sing with pride and pleasure Home Sweet Home whether he live in the North South East or West It is related that during the Civil War two large armies were on opposite banks of a river in Virginia I a te one afternoon Just before sunset the Confederate band played Dixie that favprate song dear to every Southern heart At the close loud shouts of exultation went up from thousands of gallant Confederate soldiers Immedi the band ofthe Union Army play a- npEquallyfavont soldiers Whenn it ceaed the ti iiJ t ki i1 t 4MG JJ pp4 F 1rr voice of thousands tens of thou sands of brave Union soldiers burst forth in applause In a few moments both bands simul taneneously struck up Home Sweet Home and when the last sweet strains of music died away tears were flowing freely from the eye of thousands of war worn and battlescarred veterans of both armies It appealed to the voice of conscience and brought to them the remembrance of other and better days Pellyton Ky Japans Probable Terms The demands which Japan prob ably will lay down as the price of peacePayment of a war indemnity some figure between 500000000 and 1000000000 The evacuation of all Manchuria by the Russians Cession to Japan of the rail road from Port Arthur to Harbin Cession to Japan of all Russian interests on the Liao Tung Pen insula and of Port Arthur Cession to Japan of the island of SaghalinDismantlement of the fortifi cations of Vladivostsk Acknowledgement of Japanese protection ove Korea THE COST OF THE WAR iWar began February 4 1904 Continued to date days 449 Cost to Russia estimated 1 500000000 Russians in the field present time 400000 v Japanese in the field present time 420600 Russia s casualties in1battle 420000 Japanese casualties in battle 170000 Russian warships lost or captured 62- Japanese warships lost9 Value of Russian ships JJost 150000000 Value of Japanese ships lost 150000000ISiege of Port Arthur lasted days 217- Russian losses Port Arthur men 30000 Japanese losses Jort Arthur men 52000 Are You of This Class The following clipped from an exchange contains some stub born facts that cannot be denied A town that never has anything to do in a public way is on the way to the cemetery Any citi zen who will do nothing for his town furnishes the coffin The man who is so selfish as to have no time for business to give to city affairs is making the shroud The man who will not advertise is driving the hearse The man who is always pulling back from any public enterprise throws bo quets on the grave The man who is so stingy and selfish as to be howling hard times preaches the funeral sermon and sings the doxology and thus the town lies buried free from all sorrow and care Spoiled Her Beauty Harriet Howard of 2J9 W 34th St New York at one time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes rhadSaltRheum or Exema for years but nothing would cure it until I used Bucklers Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns and sores 25c at TE Pull tog store No minister need hope to preach a sermon that will attract lalf as much interejrtas the few words M says at a wedding i icy f c k ifl jiM fI tIt1 5 f = 1 J vetinery Surgeon Fistulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any Surgical work done at fair prices- I All FIXED TO TAKE CARE OF STOCK SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EYES SDCRENSHAW l mile from Columbia on Dissapointment NEW UNDERTAKERS SHOP Russell SpringsI have just an Undertakers readyforCOFFINS AND GASKETS which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to patronize my shop J El SN- OWS38lflars T- OCalifornia AND THE NORTHWESTFROM VIA THE HENDERSON ROUTE CORRESPONDING LOW RATES TO WASHINGTON OREGON UTAH MONTANA AND ALL INTERMED IATE POINTS TIOKETS ON SALE DAILY UP TO AND INCLUDING MAYISJ9OS ALSO SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS RATES TO THE WEST AND SOUTH WEST ON CERTAIN DATES IF YOU CONTEMPLATE A TRIP ASK US FOR RATES IF YOU WOULD TRAVEL IN COMFORT SEE THATYOUR TICKET READS OVER THE HENDERSON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND ST LOUIS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON ALL OF OUR ST LOUIS TRAINS DIRECT CON NECTIONS IN ST LOUIS UNION STATION ANDJSOUTHWEST L J IRW1N GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT Louisville Kentucky All Things Come Right Reynale Smith Pickering in the Read er Magazine for July All things come right and be it soon or late All things come right at last to compensate For all the petty heartaches of today For all the little failures on our way And all our seeming sorrows it appears Are really blessings in a mask of tears So if success be tardy at our call It is to test our courage that is all And in the end each heart will seek its rest Beside the one it always loved the best The darkest hour holds the brightest light And all things come right tA farmer of Woodruff county tells the following story of the good that ragweed can be put to for feed If it is cut at the right time and stacked it will make as good hay as grows excepting alfalfa when fed to sheep or cattleThe only trouble is cutting at the right time If any farmer will cut itbefore it begins to get coarse and the stem woody and turn cattle to the ragweed and timothy stack he will learn- the value of his neglected tforage stock I have more than once wintered cows with vno other roughage than ragweed 4 iifJiii f t jR a rr trFf rojjtgL 1 I1l Ettf1 io i a I Cash I or Credit 11Diamonds Watches Jewelry on Week ly or Monthly pay m e nts Novelties Wedding Presents Silverware Etc Diamond Jeweiru Credit Go i r 304 West Market St KeltuckYImt UTICA LIME CaMPANY yrCORPORATED JOHN L WHEfiT Secretary and Treasurer 421 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Lime Fire Brick Louisville Cement The Famous Black f Diamond or other brands Fire Clay Portland CementM Standard Brands American and Imported Sewer Pipe Plaster Paris Plastering Hair Etc Enquiries for prices invited Orders Promptly Filled PATTERSON HOTEL SXOJAiM KY a No better place can be found than at the above named hotel is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied with the best the market affords Feed Stable in connection J B PATTERSON DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Furniture Chairs and Matresses No 527 WEST MAIN STREET I Bet Fifth and Sixth Streets LUuloMlllu J I1J ta DEHLER BROTHERSJ116 East Market Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Carry all Heights in Stock SEND FOR- CATALOGUE ANDPRICES ELLN00DFIELD FENCE STANDARD STYLE IC SIX H- EIGETSWDKING WITH GraumanHenclieyGross Go INCORPORATED i IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OFfDry Goods Dress Goods Ladies and M6nsfurnishingsf NOTIONS CLOAKS ETO 63i 633 West Main St LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK OFFICE 43 LEONARD STREET Merchants who may want to see Mr King will call the Exchange at Columbia 1 Direct Your Thoughts to Us FOR YOUR SP lfiG R ETS RUGS LI DRAPERIESP 4 d tti OZ4 Stl52t milrtitStj LOUISA ULErK 41TJV i it7 z f 44 trx 4 vti i 1t rYi 7i AS Iti1r it1 i rii 1 ttI0 i l S J f I f J r 4 THE ADAIRrij1hc Jpafo ountg ISMS published Every Wednesday BYr1lE- Jdairounty News o INCORPORATED r J4CHA8 ti WABRX Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests ef the city of Columbia and the people of Adair aBd adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second visas mail matter WED JULY 5 1905 ANNOUNCEMENTS 0 For Jailer We are authorized to announce A F WILSON as a candidate for Jailer of Adair County subject tothe action of the Democratic party The Democratic ticket of Adair county will be made on Saturday before the Columbia Fair so every man can have one of the largest crowds to start to work that ever assembled in Adair county At the close of buisness June 30 the end of the fiscal year the depositories for the State funds held a balance of 437856 71 to the credit of the State r Governor Beckham has appoint SomerIsetfill the unexpired term of J Sherman Cooper resigned Mr Smith is a good man and Governor Beckham has not erred in his appointment for the good of the county secreItary to be improving but an hour be fore death came he was taken worse andno hopes were entertained by the attend my physicians afterwards Sec retary Hay had proven himself a man of great ability and liisj place in the Cabinet will be hard to fillIRussias troubles are not ended Confronted by a powerful foe without and facing mutiny of her sailors and soldiers with almost a civil war on within her realm it seems as if the worst is yet to come No one can picture her future her destiny shrouded in serious complications It may be that great good may come to that country through this terrible ordeal or it may mean that her bad home ybtobthat dissentionb andIIcivilization It will be but a short while be fore all the political tickets will be made and the campaign launch ed in every county and city in the State This year no national issues will be involved and no national figures appear on the rostrum It will be a fight fort local supremacy for home rule as it were and but slight interest in State matters outside of a vote on a change of the Constitu tion perniting a return to the old way of voting and so far as we have heard there does not seem to be any opposition to a re turn So leaving this out of the scramble for office the tilt in nearly evercounty promises to be the city of Louisville there seems to be a strong independent element that is outspoken for good city government and opposed to ringTule and gang practices of political clicks and machinists That independent element is attempting to defeat the Democratic ticket of that city and the city government isas das It claims it ought to be swept from power It would be for thqgood of the 1 1 f f r9 r it I r I J Fr 1sT 4 i city the State and party as well In other cities towns and noun ties thetindepententvotrs pow er not a city town or county in the State where one party has held sway that does not need some lesson to teach the importance of true op en and courageous administration of official power Parties are the mediums through vhich the controlIrights and when the dominant party betrays a trust or is inc p able of doing that which is best itIcan only remedy the wrong by its overthrow Partisan feeling and political predjudice cries out to stand by the nominee and See111SIrapidly increasing that political whips are losing their poverf rings and clicks are everywhere udgi andanjopen VillIIor step from the political checker board GRADYVILLE N H Moss is on the sick list this weeK ln11biavisited last Thursday Geo H Nell spent a day or so in Cumberland county last week looking after sheep If you want to get shaved on quicknotice yon dont have to ptC S Bell was transacting busi ness in Metcalfe county several days last week Tyler Scott of Edmonton was visiting Mr C S Bell Saturday night and Sunday Burr Gilpin the popular groc ry drummer of Campbellsville was here Wednesday Mrs G T Flowers who has been in bad health for several months does not improve fast J H Smith was at Greensburg several days last week shipping stock to the Louisville market x Mi and Mrs SD Caldwell of Portland yere the guest of Mr and Mrs H C Walker one day last week Chas Murrell of Columbia one of the News men passed through here last Monday enroute for Ed monton Mr and Mrs W W Yates spent several days i n Green county last week visiting relatives and friends Mrs Kate Hughes of Colum bia spent a feW days of last week visiting her daughter Mrs iJ A Diddle Rev Layman of Marrowbone filled the pulpit at Union last Saturday and Sunday with very interesting sermons Miss Mary Williams of Baker ton who has been visiting in- Greensburg passed h- ereiIJudge Junius Hpicock wife and daughter of Columbia were visiting the family xf Mr G T Flowers last Monday John Beauchamp the well known merchant of Edmonton passed through here last Thursday enroute for Golnmbia J Cager Yates the wellTmowii businessman of BradfordsVille was with his many Mends and relatives at this Placer several idayslast Week i f4 K fJjt i ff r it lftiIi 1 it aIs t f r J y r oooo oooooooJ aooo 00 1 00 i a a 0eeee ee e eeee I Dissolution Of n- eiOODSOMLEYVISBROTflftI 0 iA JToday Tay dj ioO 00 OWewill begin closing out our immense stock of DryGoods ClothO 0 ing Shoes Groceries Hardwire Hats Ladies and Gents Furnish tGtoo less variety of other items too numerous to mention 00 The whole business must be closed in the next SIXTY DAYS oandall goods will be sold regardldss of Cost Terms Cash o All parties indebted to us will please call and pay at once We 0 notesO0V your 0o cOz GREENSBURG KENTUCKY 0u 0 0V 0 0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Lee Taylor of Camp Knox and Miss Clara Wilmore of this place will teach the school at this place which will begin the last Monday in July H A Moss the well known stave dealer o f Greensburg passed through here last Friday enroute for Bakerton Mr Moss inform ed us that his business was just a little quiet at the present r The continued wet weather is little to farma discouraging our ers as there has not been any wheat stacked or grass cut We are expecting the sunshine in a few days that will dry up everything Mrs Mollie N e 11of Somer set and Mrs Puss Ken of Aus tin Tex in company with their brother J R Hindman of Co lumbia passed through here last Wednesday enroute for their brothers C M Hindman Byron Montgomery of Colum bia opened his school at Big Creek last Monday The trustees districtshouldbecom1plimented as he is known as one ofithebest teachers of the County The Jamestown Oil Co of Pennsylvania in company with T R Stults of Columbia were at this place last Wednesday tak tjthbe several wells drilled in this section It is hard to tell whatis under the ground near Grad ville Tile Grady Bros of the Lone Star Staterwhohave been visiting t an this community for aweek- s J Ji Y1 tl J lt JQ L to l flf t i ti r iT or so started for their home last Wednesday Accompanied by Mr W L Grady to Horse Cave We certainly appreciated their visit and it will long be remembered Gome again As there has been some misunderstanding as to the hour of meeting with the Masonic Fra ternity at this place we take this method of notifying her members that the Grady ville Lodge will meet at one oclock Am on or before the full moon in each month At our next regular communication there will be work in the First and Third degrees Every member has a cor dial invitation to be present Dont forget the time Mi Charlie Herriford sold last week to Smith Nell 20 head of cattle at 2i to 3 cents per pound Mr Herriford was in our midst last Friday and informed us that he was thinking of buying a hay bailer We think that machine has been needed in this section for years as there is a large amount of hay made in this part of the country every year and there is enough wasted to pay for bailing i E T Keltner one of our best citizens as well as farmers sold his farm last Saturday to Henry underI property at East Fork and In the near future will locate there This deal makes the latter one of the best improved little farms in this section We regret to give Mr Keltner up as he has been one fth et standbysrthe MasonicT7 11 1J 1 JjJ lJ lr 1iI 4 y h1 t rf fYf j J P 1X I r tt t = t Fraternity of this community for many years YQS miTE Mad dogs are common in this part E R Jones who was operated on for an abscess of the bowels is getting along fairly well Lincoln Well shipped car load of lambs to Cincinnati last week that he had bought at 5 cts Rev H M Shouse and Prof J E Fogle attended the General Association of Baptist at Russell ville Rev Mathews averY youthful Minister of the Christian church filled Rev R A Staleys appoint ment at the Christian church here last Sunday Misses Willie Bessie and Liz zie Fogle and Profs J S Law= horn and MH Judd attended the State Teachers Association at Mammoth Cave A primary election will be heldI on the last Saturday inJ Dominate a Democratic candidate for Magistrate in this the 8th Magistrative district A mad dog made its appearence in Middleburg on the evening of the 24th ult f causing consternation among the inhabitants of thatquiet little town Rev H M Shouse had just returned from Russellville and was shaking hands with his friends wh lthe dOg first appeared and pounced upon a little dog b longngtQ W T Dye After shaking it as he would an ordinary tom cat h- emadeandt 1 c rJ l l i ll 1Zii Jt Jlii t 91 J r7 t t J f T r i a ng near by but Jas Bracher hisIwas Adams cow which he chased some 75 yards but its not thought he succeeded in Hebthen took to the meadows below town and soon escaped from his pursuers j JKMUMELLJR DEMIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY OFFIcECorner Hotel Marcum JAMES TRIPLET DENTIST t lCOLUMBIAStirOFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK NOTICE t WE ARE NOW READY TO DO ANY KIND Blacksmithing horseshoeing and weed work all kinds of Buggy Carriage and Wagon Repairing We are also prepared to apply all kinds of new RUBBER TIRE Wekeep a stock of the beat material and repairs Work done at our shoplis guaranteed in workmanship and prices Shop located on depot street near Main Give us a call- CLARK PARSON Cmmpbellfiyflle Ky Mar4f1Y Greatly iu Demand Nothing is more in demand than a requiremenu such as Dr Kings New Life Pills The lar just what you need to cure TrythemAtT anteedtj fl t t J frdJffO IT1 rrx f ft1k VVV fw r n cI xr THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA c KY JULY 5 1905 5 lS4 + r f PERSONAL MENTION f THE COMERS AND OOERSe + + iI4 a1 Al Pedigo washere Saturday W R Lyon was here last week Sam Nn Hancock was quite sick last week John B Coffey was in Stanford last week r Rev E W Barnett has returned to Corbin Clarence Page Cane Valley was here Friday CSHarris is on a business trip to Virginia r j Hori Rollin Hurt vas in Louisville last week 11rV L Baker of Monticello is visiting here Fred M Robertson was in Jamestown Friday Edward Aron of Denmark was in townFrJday Rey F E Lewis returned from Mad isonville Friday Miss Octavia Reed is at home for the Summer vacation Judge T A Murrell was in Camp bellsville Thursday MrJ C Hundley of Sparksville was Here last week ColecW J H Judd and wife returned fromLebanon Saturday Miss Lula Connor has been visiting at Glensfbrk for several days MrE I Winfrey of Monticello was here Saturday and Sunday Rey F E Lewis will visit relatives in Clarksville Tenn this week Miss Katie MurrelJ is visiting Miss Maggie Baker at Campbellsville Srchuyler C Neat was shading hands with friends in Columbia Monday MisS Lula Guing of Alabama is visiting Mr and Mrs Allen Walker Mr Jno A McFarland of Rowena was in Columbia Friday on business Mrs Valeria Smith will leave Wed nesday for her home at Waco Texas Sam R Wheat returned from an ex tended visit to Texas Tuesday afternoon Misses Vara Thomas and Susie Johnson called at the News office Thursday Mr and Mrs Luther Williams of Monticello were in Columbia Thursday J H Fennell and Flowers Parrish Cumberiandcounty were here Monday Mr Joseph E Cantrill of Greens burg is dangerously ill at his home with jaundice Mrs T A Murrell returned from a visit to her parents at Gatesville Texas ThursdayDr Brooks and Mr Page oil men of Jamestown New York are in Columbia p Mr Sam H Hinton of Georgetown was visiting Miss Fannie Jones the first of the week Mr Mack Wheat of Valley View Tex is visiting his home at Middleburg Liberty News Mrs S G Shelly returnedfrom the Annual Epworth League Convention at Madisonville Friday C R Payne Buisness Manager of the Lindsay Wilson Training School is in Metcalfe county this week Mrs Mourning and daughter Miss Cecil uf Plymouth 111 are visiting the family of Mr M J Murrell Mrs Mollie Lillis of Frankfort is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Marsh Yarberry near Columbia Rev W C Clemens and Prof J W Flowers are in Greeusburg in the inter terest of tne M F7 High School Ernest Flowers has been confined to his room for several days but is now improving and will soon bs out again Dr R Y Hindman and J D Hughes were visiting Sunday a week but they remained under home shade trees last SabbathMr Mrs Jo Russell and grand daughter Regina have returned from anextended visit to her relatives in Wayne county x Mr J W Murray who has been quite- sickTom the effects of heat bas about recovered and was in town Monday in a jolly good humor f jSU a 381eh oe who has been visiting friends and relatives in Russell c county for several days leftfor Waynes boo Texas Monday Miss Elizabeth Gatton of Campbells ville will attend the Baptist World Congress at London England July J181asa delegate from Kentucky x i f r i T i tLJ George R Follis is quite sick Mr M Cravens ison the sick listr f J T Gowdy was here one day last week t Prof A H Ballard was in Columbia Monday Mrs Junius Pickett and child are very sick Mr Z T Campbell was here county court day Mr Tim Cravens was in Jamestown last Friday I Miss Sallie Field returned from Louisville Saturday Gov James R Hindman was at Gradyville Sunday J W Sexton has been on the sick list for several days Mrs J D Flowers has been on the sick list for several days Master Edgar Reed is witnessing the ball game at Greensburgtoday- Mr J Polk Dohoney Jr will leave for his home in Texas Thursday morn ing Wm Bailey of Cane Valley was visiting near Denmark in Russell coun ty last week Mrs James F Montgomery and son Brucepwere visiting relatives in James town last week Dr James Grant and Miss Myrtle Myers and Mr Fred Myers and Miss Lina R senfield left for Greensburg to spend the fourth and attend the ball game Messrs Lewis Howelland C W Peck of Greensburg were in Columbia last Monday Both gentlemen were highly pleased with the general lively appear ance of Columbia Miss Daut Marcum returned Wednes day from Toronto Canada where she had been attending the International Sunday School Conventipn as delegate from Adair county Misses Esther Nell of Somerset Ella May Flowers Rena Coy Cora Pickett and Messrs Jo E Flowers R M Feese Elzy Feese and Lislie Staples were at Griffin Springs SUIday afternoon Mr LT Kemp and little son Thomas Virgil of Tiogo Texas have been visiting relatives and friends in this section for thejjlastltwo weeks Thrleft Monday for their western home Mr Neal C Ward of Greenville Tenn is visiting Dr W T Grissom of Bliss Mr Ward is a Harvard grad uate in Chemistry and was recently offered a position in that great institu tion of learning LOCHL The West Columbiaschool will open July 17th There will be an all daypicnic at RQ ley Saturday July the 23rd 1905 Mr Joseph E Cantrill ofiGreensburg is dangerously ill at his home with jaun dice W H Newby has treated his resi dence to a coat of paint which adds much to the appearance of thejproperty The Columbia and Greensburg ball teams are playing the third game of the series today Tuesday at Gr ensburg W B Patteson one of the best IMr in this section of the State is with Russell Murrell and Co for a I few days Miss Lula Jones delightfully enter- tainedf quite a number of her friends- Saturday evening at her home on Greensburg street The Myers Electric Light Co are put ting in the lights as rapidly as possible In a few days our city will be well illu- minatedandthen water works Miss Lillie Elmore entertained a few of her friends last Wednsday evening at her home on Greensburg street Those present report a delightful time Mr Rolin P Browning and family will begin housekeeping this week in their new home recently erected on the lot adjoining G W Robertsons property I Mountain Oil Company is arrang IThe begin work in the near future and when it does start after oil there FIll Ke ho let up until the fluid is found or every dollar of its money spent r Mi yj Li j 4 7iT t Messrs E C Page H L Sturm and J P Lowe are now members of the Columbia Council having received the degrees last Friday and Saturday Mr J H Judd and wife who haye been boarding with Mrs Judds mother Mrs R C Eubank since their marriage will remove to their home on Burks ville street this week Mr J B Coffey was in Lincoln coun ty last week and was informed while there that a number of good horses from that section would contend for premiums at our Fair Mr Wm Lindley while bottling Co co viola in the factory at Campellsville last week a bottle bursted and cut one of the large arteries of his left hand which lays him up for several days Ihave lime cement and salt for sale I will sell cheap for cash I will pay cash the highest market price for chickens eggs etc Perry Hutch nsm The recent spell has not done much real good for corn although it has grown rapidly The best crops are made when it gets plenty of work through June and followed by sunshine and shower The picnic at Knifley was well attend ed last Saturday but evidence of too much strong drink was manifested W ith the exception of one difficulty and the fumes of whiskey the day was pleasantly spent There will be a union meet at Plum Point the third Saturday and Sunday in July There will be liberty for Christian peoble of all beliefs to speak their sentiments freely AlL are invited T B Lyon Irish potatoes seems to be unusually large and extra in quality T edry spell hurt the earlier planting to some extent but the rainy spell adjusted the later planting to the entire satisfaction of every one Mr Samuel L Coffey of Pellyton one of Adair countys best teachers has an interesting Fourth of July arti cle in this issue of the News Mr Cof fey is not a regular contributor but when he does write it is worthyiof every readers time The fourteenth annual session of the Russell Springs Medical Society will be held at Russell Springs August 3rd4th 1905 A very interesting program has been prepared and those who anticipate attending are assured of a pro fitable meeting Mr J A Harden was in town Mon day and made the statement that he and three other men broke the record a few days ago in making staves He and Clay Gooden Tom Fitch and John Rexroat made 300 staves in thirty minutes after they felled the tree The Adair County Teachers Institute will be held the week beginning Mon day July the 10th Prof Mat OWin frey will conduct and as he is an ex CEment instructor as well as being a favorite with Adair county teachers the coming session gives promise of be ing one of the most successful Institutes ever held in Adair county On the subject of home Mr Campbell of Breedings gives a highly in teresting article in this issue and if you fail to read it you will not do your self justice Read it to the little ones Mr Campbell is a young man buta student as well as a teacher and is a most interesting writer on any sub ject he selects Mr H L Sturm of Burkesville las contracted to drill two wells for the Mountain Oil Company It is highly probable that the first well will be drilled in the vicinity of Gradyville Operations will begin at an early day just as soon as the drilling machinery can be removed from Cumberland coun ty There will be a singing at the Cane Valley Baptist church the 3rdunday at 2 oclock pi in The intention of the singing is to fiee if we can all come to congregafionstoIfor one year All song leaders are invited to attend and bring their song books Mr ECPage of Cane Valley has sold his interest in the saw mill owned by Page Cooley to R A Cooley his partners Mr Cooley is now owner Mr Page pas disposed oif all his property with the intention of going West a an early date probably in about three weeks The cause of his removal is not so much from business conditions asi to health For the last six months his health has been bad and to find a climate that will suit better is the maiii cause for leaving New Mexico or California pnUlirobably be his stop Jiing place T i iitt d oFii6 i r Yijl37i t r I Death of W A Baker It is with regret that we chronicle the death oJ W A Baker which occurred at his home on Fisk street yesterday morning after a lingering illness of many weeks It was thought that the deceased was suffering from consump tion but a few weeks prior to his death the attending physician diagnosed his case as Bright s disease W A Baker was 48 years old and has lived in Brown wood for four or five years He leaves a wife and four children The remains were shipped to Fort Worth last night for intermentThe Brownwood Daily BulletinThe of this sketch was the eldest son of W E and Regina Baker deceased and a brother of Miss Sue Baker of this office He was born and reared in Columbia spending all of his young manhood here He was united in marriage to Miss Mollie Dice daughter of Jas Dice of this county after which he removed to the Lone Star State where he has since made comIInjuries Nay Prove Fatal Glasgow Ky July IMiss Pearl Montgomery of Liberty Ky who was hurt in a runaway here yesterday is sinking rapidly with no hope of re covering A consultation is now being held as to the advisibihty of an oper ation as the last resQrtLouisville Evening Post Miss Montgomery is a daughter of Eld J Q Mnotgomery who was rear ed in this county and the intelligence of this accident is sad news to many in areagainstout for better results Miss Montgom ery is a talented young lady and has many friends and relatives in this county who hope that her life may be spar ed Later Just as we go to press we learn that Miss Montgomery died yes terday at the home of L W Preston Glasgow jMrs R B tiowdy Dead Mrs A BfGowdy died of flux at her home in Campbellsville last Friday morning She was a daughter of the Triblettofla few days when the end came She was fiftythree years old and a member of the Christian church A husband and several brothers and sib ters survive A good Christian lady is gone to her reward and the world is ftlef pjj rer The interment was in the Cat pftellsville cemetery Saturday IWalkerLambert Mr John P Walker Chicago 111 land Miss Fannie Lambert Littleton rIll married at LaSalle avenue Bapjiist church Chicago Ill Wednesday even ing June 14th 1905 At home after July 15th 5924 Normal avenue Chica go 11- 1The above card was received by the friends of the groom in this town last MrsiEdmonton Kyto Chicago a few years manyiWalker is a young man of sterling business qualifications and his friends in this part of the country extend congrat ulations Marriage Licenses IThe following marriage licenses were by County Clerk T R Stults and his deputies during the month of June E B England to Miss Martha White rheadIPink McGaha to Miss Mattie E Bry ant D R Rodgers to Miss Alice Rodgers Jas R Wilson to Miss Cora Ann Wil son SSam F White to Miss Mary Coffey Rev J P Scruggs to Miss Fannie Garnett Pair Privileges The Fair priveleges were sold at the courthouse door Monday Wilson Tfjplett secured the refreshment stands Robt Hudson the baby rack Young Wilson the dining room Lem Smyte melons Holladay Walker the stables and C Hv Murrell will be found at his old stand the baggage room The suit against Green county for 100000 railroad debt was decided in the Federal court a short time ago by Judge Waller Evans in favor of the defendant but the plaintiffs will appeal so it is announced It takes Green county a long time to shuffle off the bid debt that has hung over her business interests for years but it seems that the time is approaching when it will be done Judge Evans decision in faypr pf Green county Was made due to companyfailedto bounty in the buildingof the roadl T1 fJt itL irtirt i J JIr I fftdf itijjo i c3r1 J Beauregard Reamons Question LJust who invented the process of distilling alcoholic liquors from grain and fruit and just when the process was invented are not known The worlds scholars have reached the conclusion that the process was first known and used by the Chinese away back in the most remote period of antiquity and that the knowledge of the art traveled Westward reaching Europe some time about the 11th or 12th century casis who lived in the 12th centuryI was the first Western philosopher who4 taught the art of distilling spirits Just for what purpose distillation of spirits was first employed is not known but a statement made by the greatest of English poets John Milton will suggest an answer to this question of the inventors identity Milton said that Satan invented gun powder and if he did he certainly was the author of the distillation of spirituous liquors al so As to the purpose for which he in vented it the woes of intemperance for the last three thousand years will answer that question Respectfully Tobias HuffakerI Another Answer to At what period of the worlds hisi tory distilling became known is only aI matter of conjecture We are told that many centuries ago when the Al chemist was looked upon as something more than human a fiery liquid was produced by some Monks which was supposed to curativeppowers This was called by them The Spirit of the Wine and subsequently Spirits of Wine in French Esprit du vinin German Weingeist and was employed as a most wonderful medicinal agent A century or two afterwards a hermit in the South of France discovered that by boiling wine in earthen pots and condensing the vapors a highly aromatic cordial was obtained which when imbibed produced such stimulat ing effects that it became known as the water of life Eau de Vie This was in all probability the first alcoholic liquor produced and as gen eration succeeded generation the crude earthen pots were discarded to make way for the more modern appliance called the Still or Alembic sI Monzert The Democrats of Green county have put up one of the strongest tickets they have had for years and in view of the good record of those on the ticket for reelection no mistake has been made from a party standpoint or for the public good Mr Elliott Graham has served one term as county Judge and his administration has resulted in free ing the county from indebtedness and holds a neat little sum to its credit Mr P F Marshall has served two terms as County Court Clerk and his nomination is sufficient evidence of his popularity There is no doubt as to the wisdom of placing him on the tick et for he suits the people as an official Judge Howell for County Attorney is out for the office the second time and as a runner he can not be headedoff Miss Lizzie Graham has served one term as County School Superintendent and her qualifications for that responsi ble position are so well known and so highly appreciated that she will prove one of the strongest candidates on the ticket She is an accomplished lady and has demonstrated the wisdom of turning this important work over to the ladies The balance of the ticket is made of good strong men and taking everything into consideration it looks like a sure winner with a handsome ma jority to its credit Since the closing of the schools it has been unusually quiet in Columbia and while such a state does not affect the newspaper business yet we long to see the town again crowded with students With the increased facilities in the way of boarding that will be offered later on there ought to be fully 300 more this year than last The Lindsay Wilson will be in position to take care of an increased number and the M F will erect a dormitory and can accommodate 75 to i0O more than last year Both schools will be ably manned and there is no reason why the young peqple of this section should go farther than Co lumbia to enter a school that will give all the convenierice and inducements for advancement Make up your mind to come to Columbia It will pay you todo so Preaching Next Sunday AV Wood Mt Carmel JL Adkins Russell Springs W C Clemens Columbia X AL Oder Columbia E N Early Foundation Z T Williams Esto WB C Sandidge Marrowbone J F Roach Pink Ridge J F Barger Christian Chapel F EL Lewis Columbia J H Nicholson Gradyyille J Mayfield Providence t iff ic Drtj K71t f1 i J t r lgi I5t f We are informed by Mr Luther Pick ett that Dr W W Bingham Keltner is rapidly improving under a medical course of Green Sons of Atlanta Ga Doctor has been in bad health for sever al months and his many friends will be glad to know that he is rapidly regain ng good health The suit instituted by Coffey Bros against J B Rout of Hustonville to recover damages for an unsound mare bought from him last Winter was tried in the Lincoln Circuit Court last week and resulted in a hung jury However the jury favored giving Coffey Bros a judgement but could not agree on the amount The Adair Oil Company is still in the grasp of bad luck so to speak but it will not be many days before frhe ma chinery willkbe adjusted and the drill startedagain Every indication is fa vorable so says Dr Russell its man agel Just where the breakdown oc cured the drill was making headway in a sand from which Mr Russell ex pected a strike a few feet deeper I Within the past few days a number of citizens from other towns have been in Columbia looking for property with the intention of locating here It is a recognized fact that Columbia is the leading town in South Central Ktntucky and we expect our population to double within the next two years Ifyou want to live in an uptodate progressive community Come to Columbiaa iThe railroad survey from Columbia to Cumberland river will be completed this weekand from what we have heard the grade is all that has been expected workIroad The outlook just now is as en couraging as could be expected at every pointMonday was county court but being such a favorable day for farming only a small crowd was in town so business was dull Master Commissioner H T Baker sold the Sandlick Spring tract of land containing 175 acres to J T Page the highest bidder for 79995 and a track of 96 acres in the flat woods to T J Lasleyk for 175 But little stock changed hands and all vas quiet and orderly It will be remembered that Mi Joshua Murrell of Metcalfe county was shot in the hand and arm about two years ago while returning from Greens burg by a man who claimed that he did not intend shooting Mr Murrell but that the load was aimed at another party He was tried and a light fine imposed Mr Murrell brought suit for damages and whichwas tried in the Green Circuit Court last week result ing in a verdict of 70000 for the plain tiff f The sale of the Baptist parsonage in this place last Saturday as advertised was well attended and the bidding was rather spirited after it was found out that several parties would like to own it It started at 700 but C R Payne was thesuccessful bidder Mr Barnes Garnett did his full duty as auctioneer and when all others failed to bid above 111025 he promptly knocked it off to Mr Payne The property brought a satisfactory price to the sellers yet it is worth every dollar for which it sold Mrs J B Coffey received throughSthe mail last week a neat drawing of Mr J B Coffey her husband mount ed on his pony Pompey recently pur chased from the bunch 3f Western horse flesh disposed of in Columbia a few days ago The drawing while not perfect has some of Mr Coflfeys dis paS9imuch sourness attached to the expres- siont when the opposite is true then again the nose is rather pointed but togetherIpleased is good lady that she requested us to tender her thanks to the unknown artist and sender of such a nice picture of her husband mounted on a beautiful pony for Sale Ifarmt of 250 acres of good miles from Middle burg College My t14ce lies on the Mid dleburg and Hustonville pike well wat ered improvement good enough for any ohe A house with six rooms ice house hen house barn 2 miles to churches and bank onefourth mile to common school 3 miles to railroad Willsell aman the farm with the money Call or write me at Mount Salem Ky A HICKS Your neighbor is pleased with that set 6f onibstones or monument we sold them Give us your order and we will pleaseyou too Our prices are lowest You get firstclass work and material Write us a card and we will call and shojr youpur line of designs and sampled of marble and granite tr+ h COA1LEYSIMMSBROS V Campbellsvillei Ky r r t 1t J Js J J i l S ili fj +n r f i c 4 I r xsrtJ i 5 f Jl it 1 t 7 1 6 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KYJULY4 1905 d r CHEAP LANDS For Hom seekers and Colonies The country along the Cotton Belt Route in Southeast Missouri Arkansas Northwest Louisiana offers the op Mildortclimate good water cheap ing material abundance of fuel and soil that will often in a sin gle season yield enough to pay for the ground Land can be bought as cheap as 250 an acre Praire land at 4 and 5 per acre Bottom land at 5 and 6 per acre up Improved or partly clear at 10 and 15 per acre forucoloniestracts of 2000 to acres at 4 to 10 per acrebig money in this for a good organi zer Fruit and truck lands in the famous peach and tomato belt of Texas at 10 to 20 per acre informationu1about cheap rates also literature descriptive of this great country and let us help you find a home that will cost you no more than the rent you pay every year E W LaBEAUM G P T A Cotton Belt Rte St Louis Mo To the citizens of Adair county The undersigned are in the tombstone busi ness at Campbellsville Ky Camp bellsville is your neighbor and as you have no manufacturer of this work in Columbia would it not be to your inter est to patronize us We guarantee satisfaction both in quality of work and prices We solicit work from Adair and adjoining countiesCoakley Sims Bros New Hotel Enterprise F GftNS BRO PROPRIETORS F 234242 EAST MARKET ST ii BET BROOK fiND FLOYD STS LOUISVILLE KY o Rates 100 per dayAbsolute Satis Guaranteed N SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS Flour Grist Distilleries and Crushers ALL ATTENDED THE Jackofa11TradesPumps Shells Corn Saws Wood Grinds Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Press For This Paper- It costs nothing to keep when not working costs from 1 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY W JEFFRIES SON Agk for Sale Two good work mares They go a bargain L V Hall Columbia Ky 3 t AM EMLER Pres C W COLE Mangr THEO RECTANUS VPres I Farmers Home Hotels GflflS foction 400422 E MARKET ST Above Preston LOUISVILLE KY Bqutpt 100 per 11 otelln tbc tflnitefc States STREETCAR FACILITIES TO ALL PARTS OF CITY E v ii I J l iIi 11 J j Jilt If j jjj g II PLANING MILLII MORR1SONSMITHGOJ1 I r HAVE PURCHASED TH- Em Pile Bros D1 i aigmlii AND HAVE PUT IN SOME EwNEW MACHINERY And will operate the OLD STAND All of Lumber Ifurnished on SHORT NOTICE ti 1 ir KEfI1m fIII1 W T PYNE PREST FRED HARDWICK SECTY a TREAS lW T PYNE MILL and SUPPLY 60 ESTABLISHED 1861INCORPORATED 1889 JttlliWRIGHTS AND MACHINISTS Guilders of Cement Mills Rock REPAIRS OF KINDS PROMPTLY To Feed It to F at JBest Bag at kinds W Jobbing Work Solicited New and- SecondHand MACHINERY Sheet Ironand Tank Work r jNo 1301 THI TEEN TH and MAIN STSJ LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 1A 4T p tr r tit Wonderful family Marion Kenard Vanderpool and wife- a typical mountain couple who live in the hills of Whitley county Kentucky are the parents of twentysix children twentyone of whom they have reared to manhoodand womanhood The remain ing five died in infancy Mr Vander pool was reared in Whitley county with in ten miles of his present home At the age of sixteen he married Cynthia Louise Miles A year later a child was born to them and each year thereafter for twentysix years until the family became one of the largest known in VanderIWhitley county Mr Vanderpool though now past sixtytwo years of age is hale and hearty as many a man of middle age His wife is small in stature weighing only ninetyeight pounds She too boasts of wonderful health and strengthHarrodsburg Herald Was a SharpshooterI Mr A J Cogar of Midway a brother of Mrs Sarah Cooke and Mrs Nannie Priest of this city died in Louisville while attending the reunion While walking along Sixth street he was seiz ed with an attack of dizziness and call ed to persons passing help He was taken into the South Carolina headquarters and put to bed andrevived shortly afterwards No further atten tion was paid to him and next morning when several other veterans arose they noticed his features appeared drawn On examination it was found that he had passed away during the night Andrew Jackson Cogar or Jack Cogar as he was familiarly known throughout Central Kentucky was 70 years of age and had resided in Midway for many years During the Civil War he served as a sharpshooter in the Tenth Cavalry Land was noted for bis rifleship He re tained his skill in shooting after the war and until a few years ago was regarded as the best shot in the state He was a bachelor and resided with his brother James Cogar a grain merchant and cap italist of Midway Mr J T Cooke and mother attended the funeral which took place SaturdayHarrodsburg- Herald Roosevelt Peacemaker Blessedare the peacemakersand all Americans should rejoice that it was an American President who pro posed peace to Russia and Japan It is sad to think that any international dis pute can reach a point where bloodshed is demanded by either side but it is gratifying that reason has at last been restoredits temporary dethronement was followed by an awful sacrifice President Roosevelt deserves credit for seizing upon an early moment to tender the good offices of the nation and it is fortunate that our countrys attitude toward both of the belligerents is so friendly as to makn it proper for us to take the initiative It is to be hoped that the negotiations will be conducted in such a spirit of fairness as to make the peace a permanent one In the meantime the people of Russia are like ly to find the time ripe for the securing of govnrnmental reforms and if the czars embarrassment results in the granting of constitutiona government the nation will gain rather than lose by Japans victory whatever the terms agreed upon by the peace commiss ioners Sickening Shivcnny Fits of Ague and Malaria can be relieved and cured with Electric Bitters This is a pure tonic medicine of especial benefit in Malaria for it exerts a true curative influence on the disease driv ing it entirely out of the system It is much to be preferred to Quinine haying none of this drugs bad afte e- ffectsES Munday of Henrietta Tex writes My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice till he took Electric Bitters which say ed his life At TE Paulls drug store price 50c guaranteed Third Vice President of theL tlN has resigned effective July L He has been with the road twentythree years and began as a clerk C B Compton trafic manager is tipped for the lac- eADVERTISEIN THE NEWS t l1tf r r r COMMISSIONERS SALE ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Puss HAMMONDS c PLFP MARY A MELSON c DEFT f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render ed at the May Term thereof 1905 in the above cause 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the courthouse door in Co lumbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 3rxl day of July 1905 at 1 oclock P M or therabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described property towit A tract of land lying in Adair county Kentucky containing 175 acres This land is covered with valuable timber and includes the celebrated Sand Lick Spring Will sell the land in two tracts 1st Ten acr s including the spring 2nd The remainder of the land 165 acres Will then offer the two tracts togather and acc pt cne Did or rids which bring the most money For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms H T BAKER Master Corn THE Morrisianna Water THAT RESTORES THE OLD TO THEIR YOUTH AGAIN This excellent Summer Resort situ ated five miles from Campbellsville Ky on the Greensburg road is now ready for business and amply able to take care of all comers pertiesofthisutation It is making many wonderful cures of Chronic Cases that have been physiciansincurable IT CURES Sick Headache Insomnia Dyspepsia Catarrh of Stomach and Bowels Diseases of the Liver Jaundice Gravel Rheumatism Dysentery and Kidney Complain- tIt removes the cause of the disease Those affected with Lung Trouble can purifiesand makes one feel young again Transportation can be easily secured at Campbellsville from liverymen who meet all trains day and night The terms are very reasonable For furth er information write J C MORRISON Prop Campbellsville Ky Wise or Otherwise Most people are sorry only after it is lateHe hopes for the best seldom expects it Only fools think they cant make mistakesA hat doesnt go well with an unbarbered face Its easier not to want things than it is to get them Its easier to criticise people than it is to appreciate them A storm of indignation often ends with a reign of terror When some men go to the dogs its pretty tough on the dogs For every mean man who dies at least two more are born The more a man blows the less wind he has to use in making good Every time a man makes love to his wife he makes a profitable investment The man who tries to kill two birds with one stone is kinky if he doesnt lose the stone There would b fewer divorces in this vale of tears if there were more goodcooks The young man who gets a good jf start in life doesnt always make a satisfactoryfinish A married man always has a hard luck story to tell his wife when she asks him for money Many a man who never beat a street car out of a pickle wouldnt hesitate to rob a bank A strenuous young man who declare g his willingness to shed his last drop of blood for a girl is never in a hurry to shed the first drop 4 Greatly in Demand Nothing is more in demand than a medicine which meets moderns requirements for a blood and system cleanser such as Dr Kings New Life Pills They are lust what need to cure stomach and liver trQubles Try them At T E Fauns drug stre 25cv guar anteed it s l1 a Hardware1 Hardware A full and goodsEverythingWE ALso CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF SADDLES AND HKRNESS i And all Leather Goods of this order If you need a WAGON or BUGGY You can get it on short notice We have a cellar full CALL WHEN IN NEED O- FCooking Stove Heating Stove Pipe T or bAllkinds of IifJIN JVlftCHINeRY We have recently added a full line of PAINTS and OILS THE GREEN SEAL LIQUID PAINTS have no superior Our line of Guns and Ammunition is up to the demands W F1 JEFFRIES SON1 N N N Quick Quick Quick Well I should SAY + This mornings orders we ship TODAY We make this our rule on all STOCK goods When you need Sash Doors Blinds t Flouldings i e Send your orders where you get quick action IOOPOOOOC i60000000 i E L HUGHES CO i Louisville Kentucky In ordering please mention this Paper t NN N The Louisville TrustSouthwest Corner Company fifth and Market LOUISVILLE KYActs as Executor Administrator Trustee Guardian Assignee etc and as agent and andOrdersRents Safe Deposit Boxes or Drawers in the largest and strongest fireproof and burg arproof vaults in the entire Soutn Takes care of Silverware and other valuable property n its capacious fireproof storage vaults Pays interest on deposits in its Savings Department and compounds the interest semi annually Takes charge of real estate collects rents pays taxes insurance etc and mekes sales of improved and unimpaoved prperty Acts as agent and attorney for nonresidents Management of estates a specialty t Acts as Trustee Registar and Transfer Agent for railroads and other corporations and and as Fiscal Agent for the payment of coupons Depository for Trustees Guardians Executors Administrators and fiduciaries LIME CEMENT WALL PAPER FURNITUREStoves YOURS FOR rRG lNSt JOHN A HOBSON fiI GRBBNSBURG KENTUCKYf r1 A Kentucky editor wondered how he would get clothes on over his wings when he got to heaven and an Arkanasas editor has but ted inas follows The Ken tuckyEditorsIQuldwonderhow he Will gethis hat on over his u horns 4h4IFRIff tt S 1 I J c1L f hr for Sale goodlandbja ThiS property is known as Ute W andhereoutbuildings ber For further Dformatiouiaddreu G A y t Mea Ii il v Str 7 r7f fy1t 7fru r r t i k i i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JULY 4 1905 py 1 f EnglishfThe Grand Jury of the June term of the Shelby Circuit Court went after progressive euchre intemperance and corrupt elec tion methods in its final report which is in part as follows We heartily commend the untiring efforts put forward by our effici ent Commonwealths Attorney to discover and bring to justice that class of criminals known as crap shooters and poker players But to our minds there exists in 1our midst gambling evil tenfold reerltoknowd as progressive euchre and its counterparts Were it not for the creation of gamblers by practice and cultivation in the home the holes of pollution and iniquity and gambling hells in the towns and cities of our commonwealth would not exist Our opposition to progressive euchre and kindred games is unrelenting We re spectfully suggest an abatement of the evil and call upon fathers and mothers in the county t look well to the creation of high er moral standard and the attainment of a purer moral atmos phere Intemperance is a twin evil and we give it but passing notice Drinking makes man bodytan ass It extinguishes reason ship wrecks chastity shames nature and murders peace It kills more than the canron fills the eyes with fire the heart with grief and turns both body and soul into h hell Human interest and public good for time and eternity are so deeply involved in the sig nificance of the terms morality and temperance and their rela tion to that most sacred institution marriage and home that this grand jury feels called upon to direct attention to the fact uthatconviction to the sacredness of the faar toward maintaining that healthy moral tone so much to be cherish ed Too much stress cannot be laid upon the crying need of bold and pronounced reforms in our elections and methods of election 1haveof any candidate who willfully unlawfully and fraudulently used whisky money or other corruptive means or methods in his can vass we declare ourselves as heartily in favor of the reforms suggested by his honor and promise our hearty cooperation movementHarrrodsburg Herald The Use of Slang One of the crying sins of the V age is the very general and pro miscuous use of slang words and phrases by young persons o1f both sexes In fact the evil is not confined to young people alone but is used by their elders also who should set a better example Even when it comes from masculine lips a slang phrase is anything but elegant From a woman it is simply dis gusting Many times young girls are thoughtless and use such language because they hear it from others But dont use it girls True it is sometimes expressive but trite or slang expressions are not in good taste in any conversation nor do they add to the strength of a written article To a woman of culture p and refinement such expressions are abhorrent and they at once i stamp the person using them as wanting in good taste to say the least The use of slang is an of fense against good manners and should be relentlessly frowned upon by parents who have the good of their daughters at heart Not long ago I was waiting on a corner for a streetcar Avery pretty young girl stood near me brY 7r 1 a stv 1c- tr rr x k t t t the excellent taste in which she was dressed Her dark skirt with shirtwaist and Eton jacket to match called for more than an admiring glance and gloves shoes and hat all charming of their kind also came in for their share of admiration But the spell was broken when the pretty lips opened to say There must be something rpway these cars are run been waiting nearly five minutes A bitinIyoung man say of just such a girl Yes she is very pretty until she opens her mouth And this accords with my own idea no girl is attractive who defiles her mouth with slang talkEx Big Deer A deer story comes from Thretford a small village on the Passumsic division of the Bosto and Maine Railroad boundowas running easily down a slight grade after leaving Thretford when the engineer heard above thie sharp baying ofa hound He slowed down a little as he wa approaching a wooded cut an believed a dog was driving cows toward the track As the trai neared the fringe of the woo the engine driver caught a glimpse of a big doe heading straight for the cut she was being chased by a houn notIhe opened the throttle and shot ahead He was trying to get by ahead of the doe but the animal theIengineer and fireman were as oIn carI until I can thIe who had already begun- to scramble over the tender Keep up speed and she wont ijumpThe engineer opened the throt trainIvasrate of 30 miles an hour In th e meantime the conductor and rear brakeman whose attention had been attracted by the in creased speed climbed to the top of the caboose to ascertain the reason and saw the doe frantically running up and down the car She peere theIshe was going to jump anyhow the conductor signaled the engi neer to slow down The engineer put on the brake- and procuring a rope the train men started to capture the deer alive As soon as the now thor oughly terrified animal saw her new danger she pressed forward lover three flat cars with such force that she fell to the floor This was the signal for the would be captors and the three men were soon on top of her They took good care not to injure the doe But she was not so considerate The rear bsakeman was kicked in the stomach the conductor received a black eye and the fireman was cut about the legs by the deers sharp fore hoofsfThey had just succeeded in getting the rope around the an imals shoulders and were wait ing for the train to come to a full stop when the deer made a final effort to escape and leaped between the flour and flat car An instant later her neck was broken When the train finally came to a stand the carcass w loaded aboard andtaken to Lyn donville where the matter was reported to State Fish arid Game i rrrai0 1 At S rk i 4 lil ti t o ikt er9 SF SJ r Warden Thomas The trainmen said they intended to liberate the deer but first wanted the fun of catching it alive New York WorldsKlmberly in Kentucky Will a diamond find of consid erable magnitude ever be made on this continent is a side issue attending the work of field exerts of the Geological Survey in certain districts of the country Geological conditions remarka ly like those observed at th- imberly e mine in Soqth Africa injKentucky of the Appalachians has already e produced in the region between Southern Virginia and Georgia some 10 or 12 diamonds which have varied in weight from two or three carats to the Dewey diamond which when foun weighed over 23 carats It is however in the territory about the Great Lakes that the greatest interest now centers in this region a very interesting problem of origin is being work adiamondsless than four to more than 21 carats not to mention a number of smaller stones have recently grayd distribution is such as to indicate aproximatiord cestral home The discovery of the latter lo thdhas ever known Geologists are working on the hypothesis that the scattered stones already found were carried down by the ice floes during the glacial invasion probably from some com thhLake region were in the socalled kettlemoraine This moraine or ridge was the dumping place of the ice for its bowlders clay and gravel at the time of its latter invasion and hence indi dicates the boundries over which the mass then extended In this region diamonds have been found at the rate of about one a year though the identify cation of these stones has been largely accidental and it is very probable that a much greater number have actually been discovered In Wisconsin have diajmondBurlIingstone fodr mer had been for more than 16 years in the possession of its find er before he learned of its value In Michigan has been found the Dowigiac stone of about 11 carats weight and only recently a dia mond weighing six carats and of exceptionally fine water came to light at Milford near Cenci nati This augmentation of e number of localities and thenearness of all to the kettle moraines leaves but little doubt that they were conveyed by th ice at the time of the hatters invasion of this country Having then say the geologists arrived at a satisfactory conclu sion regarding not only the agent which conveyed the stones but also respecting the period during which they were transported it is up to investigators to inquire by what paths they were brought to their adopted home whether it may be possible to follow them in a direction the reverse of th ate from which they came until starting point or points be reached From the great rarity of diamonds in nature theihypothe sis of a common home is the one more generally favored and iaScon sanguinity observed upon the stones already foundPhil Re cord t li j 1 lit t f ttA 7 1 YiJ labbagc Worm is Harmless The Department of Agriculture has just issued an interesting bulletin which explodes the old that cabbage snake worms or hair worm are poisonous and when eaten in cooked cabbage are the cause of death The cabbage snake horror was in many respects like the kissing bug craze It originated in the fall 1903 by the discovery of the so called cabbage snake and of hair worm in the heads o cabbage in Tennessee South Carolina and Louisiana Rumors perfons being poisoned by eat jf cabbage being affected by this hairworm were magnified by the yellow journals until a genuine scare pervaded the ranks of cabbage eaters all over the country The result was that the cabbagegrowing industry odff the truck gardeners of the country ever experienced Fed by erroneous reports evidently incited in many cases by unscrup ulous persons the scare soon be came widespread causing gener l fear of poisoning from Vir nia and West Virginia southward through the same states as were affected in 1903 and into Floriba Kentucky Illinois Iowa Missouri Oklahoma and Colorado especially and there was scarcely a State in this union where it was not felt The Department of Agriculture after a long series ofexperiments in feeding th cabbage snake worms raw an andd the juice of the worms hypoder mically declares that none of the reports has any foundation in fact and that the worms are perfectly harmless The length of the cabbage snake the depart tot9I e of the sensational newspapersS have reported Harrodsbur g Herald Brain Leak Sanctity is much more than standoffishness IA wrinkled forehead is no sign of deep thought gristffor the divorce mills The man who achieves his ideals is to be pitiedIGossips tongues find ation in listeners ears The honeymmoon wanes when the sweethearting lags A fathers example is very apt to outweigh a mothers advice ancesIiGiving a little is better tha wishing you could give a grea dealInWewould all be reformers if results were sure on the morrow If you are a real Christian you do not have to tell your neighbor eThe size of the sacrifice counts for more than the size of the coin The men who get the most out elf life are those who put the most intQit This would be a better world if the men who have lived in it ha lived up to their obituaries It is impossible to join a good platform and a poor candidate so closely as to conceal the joint The real patriot is not always the man who throws his hat in une furled The man who wrote a maga zinc article on the Joyof prk received more for it than the sec tion hand makes in a year i tt ttGi l i j 3i i 4 Arkk i DR JAMES MENZIESAT REIDENOEOFFICE PHONE KyoSTEOPATNY Consultation and Exarnina irt Free at Office JfJAMESTOWN KENTUCKY 0 Will practice in the courts in this and adjoining counties 0 Special attention given collections New Machine Shop1 AT ESTO KY Equipped with the best modern Uptodat6 Machine Tools I am prepared to do any kind of work on your engine that it may require and do it in a first class workmanlike manner Satisfaction guaranteed and prices will be right =the lowest consistent with first class work Try me and be convinced I use the very best soft Gray Iron Castings fo Cylinder Rings and Valve work and Piston Heads Which is the best for the purpose known I carry a line of Shafting and Pipeinsr and a com plete line of brass trimmings viz Injectors Lubricators Valves Oil Cups Etc Bring on your Engine work Machinery work a specialty I am located 3 miles west of Jamestown in Russell Co on the Columbia road HEJk1Y1d Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed foIr asIrequested to report to us any omissions or correction of dates Vanceburg August 164 days Guthrie August 173 days Columbia August 224 Days daysSpringfield Nicholasville August 293 days Bardstown August r04 days daysi4 Fern Creek August 154 days daysLawrenceburg Florence August 304 days daysGlasgow daysrdaysOwensborodays In Kansas Last evening Maurice Ha good and Miss Evely Yam we for a ride in the country They irn the road when a big farmer jumped from the underbrush caught the bridle and compelled Harp good to get out I am sorry for you miss he said to the girl but I guess you can find your way home I dont intend to let my wheat spoil for hands with big strapping fellers like this do J2n11 cutt youngIman off and the girl has to drive to town alone The matter was reported to the police this morn wentloutthis morning had not returned late this afternoon It is presumed that the farmer also kidnap ed the policemen t TAKE A TRIP TO CALIFORNIA AND PORTLAND Low Rates This Rummer If youve been plannnig a western oppodr summers go Roundtrip summer ticket on sale certain dates May to October Colorado California Oregon Washington The Rock Island offers choice of routes and a chance to see the most for your money Full information rates and literature from John Sebastian Passenger Traffic Manager Rock Island System Chicago The wise merchant should not be superstitious enough to belev in signs He should try theiiews paper advertising columnsGom mover r iJTigi r rfti t v t w iS 1 ZjL v 4 t Xw le9ryr UJaer5o9l 8 Cett rs from Furope Will be a leading feature of 1 The CourierJournal DURING 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DE PARTMENTS ALL GOING COMPLETErNEWSPAPER MAIL RATES Dailu CourierJournal gear 6 Daily and Sunday gear 8 Weeklg I gear COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the flJDAIH COUNTY NEWS Papers=AND THE WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combina tion offer must be sent thro- ughTheAdairCoNewSt CHEAP RATES SOUTHWEST Southern Missouri Arkansas TexasntHOMESEEKERS OPPORTUNITIES Heres your chance Very low oneway and round trip rates Southwest this winter about half rthe regular fare twice a month Good time to visit Southeast Mis souri 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 lit erature 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 L O SCHAFFER T P A v Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati 02 01E W La Beaume G P T A Cotton Belt Rte St Louis Mo flmoreHotelj WM WLLXORE Prop s QradyvMIe Kentucky eTHIRL ii no better place to atop tlat LheatvrdoaLed hotel Goodwimple roomy ana a Bra c1aihr table Bates V3 reasonable Feed enable attafd fit 1 i s tIt4lt r vW t7 r tt t f1 h1 v dfi t H Y ti3 r r s 1 V i THE ADAIR COUNTY EWS COLUMBIA KY JULY 5 1905 f N N N NN NNN I CORRESPONDENCE i t ADAIR AND ADJOINING COUNTIES tNN MN NNN BATCHERt Most of the public schools in taylor couty begun last Monday Mr Henry Prescott postmaster here is in a very low state o healthMost of the fat hogs have been sold at 5 cents per pound for July deliveryLee a cadet from this county to West Point won second honors in that Institution The threshing machines are o duty and farmers report YI el better than expected Quality fairly good Mrs Betty Linney and daughti er of Harrodsburg and Linney of Eminence are visiting Mrs E C Coffork this place Sewing machine agents from a distance are canvassing the coun ty 6500 is their p r i c e this should buy three good ma chines 9 Several farmers bought Angora Goats last Winter So far they do not think them good invest ments as they are good and fruit destroyers The vacant blacksmith shop a this place has a first class set o tools and and any one who care- to rent can find one of the bes locations in the country Mrs A B Gowdy died las Thursday night of heart failure She had been sick sometime of flux She was a meinb-er of the Christian church Mr L K May will teach school at Mansville this term He has resolved to enter theministry and will in all probability enter the youwr city next fall Mr WinchesterRicketts believ es in diversified farming He raises more different product than any other farmer in the county Others profitby his ex periences The picnic at Green River Bridge on the 4th is extensively advertised Wonder if patriotism or refreshments is the object of the gathering Pecuniary gainsI should not displace the care of patriotism Robert Caldwell graduate of tCentral University and son of Judge J T Caldwell will teach school at Burdick Mr Caldwell is a model young man and the trustees are to be congratulated upon securing his services The Republicans of Taylor met in caucus a few days ago to dis cuss the advisability of placing a county ticket in the field We have heard of no decision yet but presume they intend to sit on the lid and await development Joseph and Andrew Earhart of Chalimer Ind are visiting their brother John near here They are staunch Democrats and claim if affairs are not managed differently in their State our morebcongenial clime Mr William Hayes while looking over his apple orchard found Cleveland Murray stealing fruit Murray acknowledged to several different thefts Mr Hayes gave him a great many appreciations of his number nine shoe which will be a reminder for Murrays future consideration in his petty three ery J Ie Mr A 0 Fulton and 0wern Lee while painting the cornice o the Bank of Campbellsville last i1dentprecipitating both to the pave ment twentyfive feetbelow Mr tw j ft i ViVHii t Fulton died the same day butMr Lee stll survives but is in a pre carious condition The remain- of Mr Fulton was interred in the fuaterfwas a member the Modern Woodmen and Maccabees A report is current and is probably true that quitea lot of stealing has been done in the Burdick neighborhood lately The parties who did the stealin annproperdauthorities They could be landed behind prison bars if given jus tice Officers should see that th law is enforced to its full penalty instead of placing guilty under a light bond which is of no effect in case of jumping the bond The people who labor for their living expects protection The law is their recourse and guilty parties punished would have a salutatory check upon others who are inclined to steal V JOPPR hassvery we are to say is much better rainfwheatsvicinitytSeveral from this place are con picnictMrs Geo Coe Jackman Bottom who was called to the bedside of her sister Miss Tina Brockman has returned heme Mr J H Reynolds Pensacola Flais visiting his sisters Mrs J P Willis this place and Mrs J A Willis of Glensfork The recent rains have dote some damage as well as good to Our farmers by washing lands that were under cultivation Miss Mattie accompany ied by her brother Charles visit ed their grandparents Mr and Mrs James Griffin Taylor county last week Miss Estelle Willis has return ed from Mammoth Cave whither she had gone to attend the Educational Association andre ports a nice time SPARKSSLILL = Tilden Wheeler is on the sick listEd Staples was here on busi ness last week N S Wheeler is repainting the Church this week Wiley Wilson and wife of Bazil visited here last week Larue Loy of Gadberry was here on buisness Friday J M Yarberry was transac tingbuisnessat Weed Saturday Mrs Lapha Akin and little son George visited at Nell Saturday and Sunday Misses Lida and Hattie Gilpin attended singing at Chestnut Grove Sunday BReeDING W H McCaffrey began his school at this place on July 3- lWe expect a good school Miss Ida Traylor will teach at Green Brier LP B Rowe and Sam Rowe are on the sick l stt i4f Prof RL Campbell began school at Bird July 3 atfr Elatrock Metcalfe county July ard Burr Gilpin representing the Johnson Grocery Co Louisville was y hereThursdati i if r t r l Air Allison representing the Nashville Tobacco Works called on our merchants last week Mrs Piner Harvey Sr was the guest of her nephew Noah Loy Thursday and Friday Geo H Nell Clayton Bell and R K Young live stock dealers agosTom Taylor of Campbellsville Ky traveling for a threshing machine left this place June 30 Our farmers have been making good use of their time since they have been receiving the golden sunlight Roy Leftwich of Horse Cave who has been visiting friends and returneddune Bruce Coomer who has been in Farmingdale Ill for several ofehis brother Haden on the night ashopeless condition Eld Lyons delivered some very interesting sermons at Chestnut Grove on the fourth Sunday of June His services were attend ed by a very large crowd who gave good attention The Choir services were conducted by Prof John Mosby Plenty of dinner on the ground Everybody seemed to enjoy themselves To the Democracy of Glenville and Harmony voting precincts the correspondent wishes to make a request Be carefull and act wisely in selecting your nominee for magistrate since the Republi cans wish you to name a weak candidate so they may put out a strong one and win Give Adair a good set of Magistrates and county government will be prop erly managed IR3ZINS STORE R P Smith is on the sick list J M Russell and Cornelius Stephens have started the i r threshing machine Dr Dye and Frank Allen of Cains Store were here this week writing life insurace policies Dry Jeffries was down this week and bought a nice bunch of sheep He always gets them Alva Boomer of Royalton was down Saturday to see relatives and take in the Masonic celebration at Friendship The continued wet weather has prevented our farmers from work coran and has damaged some wheat in the shock The St Johns day celebration at Friendship under the auspices of Font Hill Lodge was well at tended There was a good lec ture lots to eat and everybody seemed to enjoy being there Lat Saturday morning while Dr Hammonds team was stand ing at his gate hitched to the buggy his little boy got in the buggy and the horses concluded to leave After going about two hundred yards they were fortun ately stopped by a wagon in front with no more serious injuries than few bruises 1a Last Saturday Levi B Gosser came home drunk and frightened- his family so they went to the home of his brother Bryant Gos ser Levi became so enraged that he went over to his brothers house and after many threats and false accusations stabbed Bryant in the shoulder inflicting a pain ful but not serious wound The drunk man habitually drinks and does not bear a good reputation while his brother Bryant is a fine peaceable citizen No arrest has yet been made s PorSale A farm 216 acres of good- wand lying tbr emileaWestofCoIUD bia Tim property is known as the W J Atkins farm It ProdUC ewenandt- here are upon it agooddwelling good barn and all other outbuild ing There is also much Valuable tim rFor further information addret G 4A Columbis K1 t t i iji b J ii s fJ t n i rLl 4O1 i fHECOLUflBIA FAIR iAUGUST 22 FOUR DAYS pU W The Most Attractive Program Ever Gotten Out and the Management omises an Interesting Time to all Who May Attend t There wiffibe many outside attractions and a M f F1ttstC 1ass sand ft t i VVTV t estvll giscp ursedelightful music for the benefit of the beaux and gel W i W 00 wS v e1 rqJ Come Everybody w Sand enn oy the greatest Fair ever heldin Adair count Remember the date i r AUGUST 22FOUR DAYSf V 11ft 1 J B COFFEY President i RM r CS HARRIS f Secretary o Address JOHN SEBASTIAN PwsYTrafMfr Rock laWMisi CHICAGO tIlE iti To the Pacific Coastwto California Oregon Washington roundtrip long transit and return limits liberal stopover privileges The rate is practically en the basis of one fare for the round trip Of course if you wish to visit both California and Oregon or Washington the cost is slightly snore These reduced rates are in effect on certain dates in months of May to October inclusive They apply from all Eastern points via Chicago St Louis or Memphis gateways The Rock Island System will take you up in either Chicago or St Louis or at hundreds of other Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through Standard or Tourist Sleepers vith unexcelled Dining Car service The Rock Island also affords a choice of routes on the Scenic route you can stop off in Colorradosee Salt Lake Cityvisit Yellowstone National Park on the Southern route you can go via El Paso thru New Mexico then sup coast to San Francisco and on to Portland or Seattle if desired In short these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good chance to see our western country in a comprehensive manner If you desire to gasfar as Colorado there are excursion ra es in effect to that section and return all summer long 53cl =a reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 Ogdenandor Salt Lake and return at low cost also From September 1Sto October 31 1905 oneway touristorlcolonist Hcketsvill be on sale to California and the Northwestabout half regular fare If interested send name and address on this coupon designating probableIdateof start also so we canc 1jIS rateNamAddrer stem LAy arty D Wtli RN p- N t ROUTE ILI X t t t to c s s 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