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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 2 k TA p t 4itc cj 4 iC 5 to mbi bit u unID WtWj+ 1l VOLUME S COLUMBIA ADMR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 191905 NUMBER 35 00060006000ooo0 OOOOiO 600 OoooooooooooOwCtooor IIIa o Mid Clearance Salel 0VInventory just coWletedshoVs too much stock on hands will make BIG REDUCTION in prices on all Summer goods Our stock 01 Ladies Dress tOtv f f I y v Goodlr c t very largev v NcH cA XZ v- vV V mJ mm === A 25 PeW Cent C utc===== W ==r r = JXi will apply to nearly everything in this line Fans Parasols Gloves Hosiery Neckwear Muslin Underwear Knit Underwear all Ladies Furnishings go dewn they 0 rnus be sold Mens Summer Clothing and Straw Hatsand WMtean Fancy Vests Undelwear HsielY go t a ike reduction 0- o DRJ7L7 IS R S S i mPLESW have just 1 eceiveda nice clean Ipt Mens and Ladies lii riisliings in samples You know thar rnst-Viood while they last at 50 per cent reduction Come and look our stock ovei them s money Iiei foi you rl 6 SOOOOOOcooooooooootOPOST izrt RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days 730 a m to 830 p m COURT DIRECTORY Year1Ihird1Monday Circuit JudgeH C Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A Huddlerton SheriffFW Miller Circuit ClerkJ F Neat COUNTY COURT First Monday In each month JudgeT A MurrelL County AttorneyJas Garnett ClerkT B Stultfc t Jailer J K P Conover- Assesaor J F Felly SurveyrL T McCaffree School SuptW D Jonei Coroner cM elL CITY COUKT Rejrular court second Monday In each month Judsre Jas G Eubank Attorney Gordon Montgomery r MarshalW A Mye- rsCHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BURKESVILLE STREET Rev W C Clemens pastor Services second andfourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool at 9 a m every Sabbath Prayermeeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BURKESVILLE STREET Rev F E Lewis pastor Services first and third Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GBEENSBURG STREET Rev J P Scruggs pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 L m Prayermeeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CAMPBELtSVILLE PIKE Eld A L Oder pastor Services second and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night LODGES I MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and Ji M Regrnlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery W 1L E G Atkins Secretary COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month JAS GARNETT T L M T R STULTS RECORDER COLUMBIA CHAPTER R A M No 7 meets Friday night after full moon T R Stults H P Horace Jeffries Secretary W E UESJER DENTiST KENDALL KENTUCKY Iaill prepared to fix Pumps Tinwork Woodwork and all kinds of repairing a specialty k Horseshoeing and Blacksmithing I am prepared to do your buggy repairing on short notice LOCATION WATER STREET WADE H EUBANKS t Vi ifi KVvfi a 41 K 7 n + + + I I e e Revival Meeting A protracted meeting is being held at Tabor Rev FE Lewis the pastor is being assisted by Rev Willie Thomas of Thompsonjttle k 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 j Eld J W Graham who is financial agent for the Orphans Home at Louisville Ky will occupy the pulpit at the Christian church on next Sunday at 11 oclocka a m He will also preach at the Baptist phurch at night Eld E L Powell of Louisville says of him He is a most interesting speaker and has a message for you that will not on ly entertain but will instruct and ben efit you Miss Clara Wilmore of Gradyville entertained very gracefully last Friday evening in honor of Miss Eva Mae Wilson of Bowling Green All the young people of Gradyville were present and the following couples from Columbia Dr Ira Simpson Miss Myrtle Myers Mr Ed Robertson Miss Mary Cart wright Mr Bruce Montgomery Miss Kate Walker Leonard Dohoney Miss Dimple Conover Mr Tim Cravens Miss Nina Marcum Does Panning Pay Well that is a question that is an swered in the affirmative only by ener gy and good judgment There are ma ny of our farmers steadily adding to good bank accounts in a quiet way while many are wrestling with deficits and empty corn cribs In conversation with Mr J B Barbee the other day he informed us that he had recent ly bought from JobnN Conover 425 worth of oats and hay off of 36 acres of land In view of these figures it appears that farming as its rewards Preaching Next Sunday J L Adkins Salem W C Clemens Columbia A L Odor Columbia EN Early Russell Springs Z T Williams Creelsboro W H C Sandidge NewUnion- J F Barger Freedom F E Lewis Tabor J H Nicholson Pleasant Ridge Wi S Dudgeon Hutchinson school house wTood Milltown I CM Deendr Liberty l yv +r Your neighbor is pleaded with that set of ombstqnes or monument we sold them Give us yorir order and we will please you too Our prices are lowest You get firstclass work and material Write iis a ard and we will calland show you our line oi designs and sam ples of marble andgraniteS t CoAkLy SIMMBRos I yJIWY 1 tl SS i f r 1 Ik icitt= siirfi6ssflrsiio Russell Murreli Go tOOOOOO maOOIQlOoo fIi LOCAL NEyS I The Kentuckky County Attorneys Association which met at Crab Orchad last week was perhaps the largest sinct its organization There were about one hundred attorneys in attend ance and a number of very important questions were discussed The session- began with an address by Judge W G Howell of Greensburg on legal and illegal claims which was discussed by Judge S B Kirbyof Louisville and others Col Jake Corbett delivered an address favoring the return tothe Viva CIWarrenarid Hon James Garnett of Columbia made arguments favoring said reform The association ended this years labors Thursday afternoon after an arrangement for a joint organization of the County Judges of the State Hon W P Davis Pineville was elected Pies ident for the ensuing year and Mr W J Price Danville Secretary COMMISSIONERS SAtE ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT George R Bennett c Plff Nancy E B n ettc Deft J By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1905 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the courthouse door in Co lumbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th day of August 1905 at 1 oclock P M or therabout being County Coort upon a credit of six months the following de scribed property towit A tract of land lying in Adair county Ky on the waters of Russell Creek containing 35 110 acres 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 Judg ment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms H T BAKER Master Com Economy in Travel Tourist Sleepers to CaliforniaSare first class in everything but name They afford a comfortable and e onom ical way of crossing the continent Berth rate only 7 from Chicago to California Round trip ticket Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara or Sacramento 6250 on May 1 23 9 10 11 12 13 29 30 31 and June 1 Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacif ic LineF A Miller General Passen ger Agent Chicago or W S Howell 381 Broadway New York jA Grim Tragedy is daily enacted in thousands of homes as Death claims in each one another victim of Consumption or Pneumonia 33ut when and colds are properly treated the tragedy is averted li GHuntley Oaklandon Ind vvrites My wife had the consumption and three doctors gave her up Finally she took Dr KirigsJNew Discovery forCon- sumption yCpughSi and Colds which cured her rand she is well and Itkills the rms of Wl dis 9Iat5OC t ff v t i VM 4Jirt fJ I t rftr if i 3174J 1 JOPPA Young Bros have removed their saw mill to this place Corn is looking fine but wheat has been considerably damaged by so much rain T E Waggener and wife are mixing with their many Mends at Portland this week Misses Mattie Young and Lutie and Elnora Barger attended the institute last Thursday Misses Mattie and Nell Tup man and ye scribe visited at Wm H Walkers at Columbia last Thursday R E MontgOmery and his aunt Mrs Polly Montgomery were the guests of J J Epper son and wife near Montpelier last Sunday Mrs Cattie Willis formerly of this place but now of Earlington Ky is with her sister Mrs Bet tie Bennett who is quite ill at her homenear Columbia J H Reynolds who has been visiting relatives in this county has returned to his home at Pen sacol Fla He is an ex7confed erate soldier and this was his first visit to his old Kentucky home for thiityeightyears Mr Editor I have been re quested to write up a bee hunting incident Some weeks ago Mr H P Barger discoved bee in an old tree and decided to cut itso inviting in a goodly number ef hands and some spectators they went to work and cut it down then they concluded to rest awhile before tackling the little insects When some of the party more daring than the others peeped into the tree and discovered two wasps which flew away Mr Bar ger took his washing tubs which he had carried to bring the honey away in and went home I 2IZQODY J Plenty of Rain Mr SM Wilson has erected a new barn There is a fine crop of water melon in this section Lots of oats are ruined on ac count of so much rain toIGMr A N Bri gvat r boughtiots of hogs for September iafc5c abound Death entered the homebf Mr hIteriMlssH friends and r latives in hour t p lhei sadest lrea she was a devoted christi Jt and will beissed bherrnan1riends- 5i il f f fi 4 t fi cc t Z 6AI Mnn KENTUGKyi OOOOO HATCHER Several bunches of hogs were sold this week at 510 per cwt rMoody Turner are contem plating placing in a gasoline mill John Jiuntz of Switzerland wants to buy a farm at this place He is a successful farmer IThe farmers are holding thei for 100 per bushel It now selling at ninety cents isI Mrs Annie Sanders Camp bellsville suffered a stroke of paralysis a few days ago and has not overcome the shock at the present writingCMr and Mrs Chadmick Cop SaturIdayGrace Linney of Harrodsburg who is visiting in this county Rev Chumley preached a t Bethel last Sunday He Has made a very favorable impression aadno doubt will be called tc- take charge of the work here at Campbellville Mr and Mrs Wm Miller entertained the young people of this place at their beautiful home near Burdick Friday evening Ail who attended were well repaid for their gathering Henry Sublett Green river bridge and all of the Sublett kin ship held a family reunion at Griffin Springs Saturday More such gatherings would be a great pleasure to other families Mr Harry Pres ott died on the 12th inst His funeral services were conducted by Revs J S Gatton and Wm Dudgeon He was a member of the Presby terian church at Bethel Mr Prescott was a man h yieldthe respect of the entire community and the loss sustained will be sadly missed Wm Sapp found the skelletons- of two human beings while under a she1ter at Green river cliff a few days ago The bones were in a good state of preservation and from the surroundings all signs indicate murder The skeletons were partly covered with heavy Tocks A straw hat which had partly decayed was found near the place He made his discovery while digging in the earth with a file BtN STRB The heaviest rain of the season fell here Ftida afternoon WG Roy is suffering a great dealof pain from one of his eyes Mrs Mary Bolin and daughter Mrs Montgomery of Elroy are visiting relatives in this section Wheat thieshing is the order of thedayinsOrnesectiOns and the f Jif8 t eY JA I V1 t1 h tI l r7 iktJ1 r tIt I i yield is far better than for a num ber of yearsIiIThe school at Clear Spring which opened July 3rd is pro t gressing nicelY under the management of Miss Sallie Bryant With the calm gehtle showers and warm sunbeams with all brightnesslupon and crops we have thEfinest for a number of years The subject is being discussed in the trees just now as to whether Katie did or didnt The matter will be kept up till about the middle of September when Jacfcfrqfct will end the c controversyr4 GENTRYS 7UtILL S M Bryant made a business trip to Milltown Wednesday Maadows are being cut at a rapid rate since the recent rains ISlthis vicinity Born to the wife of Owen Simp ison Friday the 8th inst a 12 pound boy Miss Lottie Holladay of White Oak was visiting Miss Lelia Sul livan Wednesday Volina Sullivan merchant at this place made a flying trip to Columbia Saturday r J W Burton representing C W Adams Sons Co wholesale grocers made his regular trip here Tuesday R C Simpson and family of this place who have been visiting in Green county the past two weeks returned home Thursday Revs Bontie of Green county and Dehart of Russell Springs will begin a protracted meeting at Plesant Point school house the fourth Sunday Quite a large crowd of youngi folks from this place attended the picnic at Columbia on the 4th and reported a nice time as there was plenty of lemonade and coca colaJ M Sullivan of Jamestown passed through this place Thurs day enrpute for home Mr Sul livan informed your reporter that hehad been visiting his relatives at Edmonton Ky where he q found his son engaged in nierc n tile business and enjoying a nice trad eJZiii JAMES TRIPLET J bENTIsl COLUMBIA KEN1UcKt I OFFICE IN JEFFRIES LCKtY i1Ci itr4f i J bi ti r I KFJ Ar c 1i t C tr i t l c I t i lr fl V I I 0 c2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLOMBIA KY JULY 191905 ItGeneral Bufords Narrow Escape A number of years ago Gener afAbe Buford was the Democrat ic nominee for the Legislature in Wpodford county He was a aristocrat and unpopular The Republicans nominated Mr Lew is Creek Mr Creek kept the toll gate on fhe Shryocks Ferry pike raised water welons and was popular with the masses Buford and Creek each weighed about threehundred and fifty mpoundstion of fish protection was prominent Gen Buford made an ap pointment to speak at the courthouse in Versailles but would not lower his dignity by dividing time with Mr Creek In his j speech the General advocated the most stringent fish laws B would send every man to jail who seined trapped or fished an other way than with the boo and line By previous arrange ment there were loud calls for Creek when Bufoud finished Creek did not claim to be a speaker but took the stand and made a speech about as follows Gentlemen General Buford talks about fishin he wants to cut us poor people out of fishin we aint got no money to buy a twe tydollar reel a twodollar hr dandbogotbite nohow We have to work Fish are hard enough to ketch anyhow and we wnt to be allowed to ketch em eny way we can We dont want no laws aboi fishin people always did ket em eny way they could God made the fish to be ketched and eat The old Prophets was fish ermen and the Disciples was fishermen and Jesus Christ was a fisherman Just then some one in the crowd disturbed Mr Creek and denied that there was ny account where Christ everj fished Mr Creek came back by saying I know I dont say soj exactly but he was a good fisher Dont you remember that night when the discipline had bin fish Jin all night and Jesus cum down the next mornin and axed em what luck and they said they hadnt ketched thing and donutyou know how he looked a little and told them to cast the net on the other side and they kotched more than they could vi pull in Now if he hadnt bin er fisherman how would he a knowed where the places was Buford only won by a few votes although the county was largely Democratic farmers Score Catalogue Houses t A Minnesoto farmer accord ing to Hardware Trade of Minn eapolis wrote the following pointed letter to a Chicago catalogue house from which he had received severalcirculars Gentlemen I have your fivT or dated April 5 1905 relative to toathink was sent me by you some time ago and which you intimate that you should be obliged to re callNow relating to this matter I wonld say that I have never received a catalogue from your house Some time ago I received a letter from you requesting me to send 15 cents or an order for 1 worth of goods in considera tion You also agreed to send the catalogue on approvalsubjection to ten days examination before same should be accepted by me or paid for as above This latter viprop dently only a bluff because the sentIme and I am somewhat surprised at the contents of your more erSfrom me Personally 1 have never had any cause to regret the fact that I had not received ypur catalogue because I do not believe in buy jig my goods in Chicago distant Ss t I t j j 1 J JS thl I c Hanhours drive from my farm and enjoy the satisfaction of inspect 1ing these goods which privilege is worth more than the slight dif ference in cost Furthermore ifS I send you for goods you expect cash to accompany the order or you refuse to send the goods and goodsitunity to see which to any sane an is rather and unbusinesslike proposition Here at home I am able to ob tain goods on several months time often with the payment of Ia cent of interest which no cat alogue house I know of will do Iam satisfied that if our home- e 1dealers could do a strictly cash business as you do they could catakobliged at times to ask for more or less credit and would certainly be very unreasonable to give that portion of our trade only to- uro merchants and what little cash we do have to concerns like yours who are of no benefit to our community We would be willing in fact to pay a little 1more for what we have do to buy thetjust portion toward building up tmaintaininghe make our life worth living and valt1Moreover I do not believe in contributing toward the estab lishment of more trusts We certainly have trusts enough to contend with at the present time without making any more and t we are simply assisting to stab jlisha trust when we persist in all the surplus cash youiownx merchants and therefore our own welfare Farmers who will stop to consid sider this matter will realize that their home merchants will make tO them many concessions in morejmay be derived from patronizing your house You express regret at not having received any orders from me- nda I have only to say that all fish do not bite on sucker hooks Men who Kill a Town The following clipped from an exchange contains some stubborn facts that cannot be denied A town that never has any thing to do in a public way is on the way to the cemetery Any citizen 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 tie hearse he man who is always pulling back from any public enterprise throws boquets 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 Stonewall Jackson Story We heard lately of an oldveteran with one arm gone who declared that Stonewall Jackson excelled the world in making a flank movement After telling his story and to prove his point he said The day Jackson died the good Lord sent two mighty angels from heaven to take him home When they came to earth Jackson was no where to be found They climbed up the whit way again and were about to tell the sad story of their failure to find him when Id they saw Jackson standing arrayed in glorious vestment before the th meThey then discovered that he had made a flank movement and reach Je tangelshemselves o thetherwthePoJEth JlrifYi j li j P 2i r s t f ir AYS SUCCESSOR The Office of Secrctarfof State Tendered to Elihu Root by ctIle President IE RELUCTANTLY ACCEPTS JT 3Ir Root at First Declined Owing to the Extremely Unhealthy Cli mate of Wasliiiiffton He Makesa Sacrifice As His Income From His Practice Is About 200 000 Annually While the Sec retarys Salary Is 8000 New York July 7President Roosevelt bas offered the position of Secre tary of state to Elihu Root The offer was made while on their way back to the train after the funeral services over the body of Secretary of Stat = Hay Mr Root at frs declined and asked that hebe not pressed He is said to have stated as his reasons that his wife found the climate of Wash ington extremely unhealthy and that further he had arrived at the time of life when it behooved him to pay som attention to securing a competency for his declining years rather than give all the best years of his life t the public service It is said by financial men here that in his capacity consulting attorney for some of asI greatest financial interests in world his income may be very erately estimated at 200000 modI while the position of ELIHU ROOTI Ifenoughon President Roosevelt renewed his request however urging upon Mr Root that at this time it was his duty to set his private interests aside and isyieldcounry Mr Root reluctantly assent ed Legal ResponsibilityGSince Mr a few months ago he has assumed a tremendous load of legal responsibility He has probably accepted retainers amounting to many thousands of dol lars and the acceptance of the state portfolio would necessitate not only the return of this money but the reo lease from his pledges by the influential clients who have employed hiitThe necessity of securing his 2 from his clients may cause delay The mere decision as to whether or not Mr Root would return the retainer fees would not require much time Mr Root could settle that offhand in two minutes But if the men who have employed hm to handle their affairs sUyuld insist upon his fulfilling his con trats with them he win probably foti obliged to decline the presidents offer and refuse the honor that goes with the prime ministry of the republic Mr Root absolutely declines to make any statment regarding his attitude on the tender of the portfolio He is anxious to accept and has made known his desires to those from whom he has received retainers for legal advice and counsel Mr Root held sev eral conferences looking to be relieved from his private legal engagements Because of the nature of the tender there is no doubt that his hands will made1IublicRound House Destroyed Nashville Tenn Tuly5A roundhouse in the South Nashville yards of the L N railroad was destroyed by fire Loss on the building is estimated at 50000 while nine locomotives were damaged to the extent of 1000 each An Immense Log Jam Minneapolis July 7There are in round numbers a hundred million feet of lumber ina log jam three miles north of Camden in North Minneapo lis The jam endangers every bridge in the city of Minneapolis Mrs Hay at Home Newbury NH J1IY7Mrs Hay widow of the late secretary of state arrived here in her return from Cleve land She was accompanied by hei son Clarence and proceeded at OnE to The Feiis BJgTaneryD Titusville Par JulY7Xhe Queen City tannery the largest sole leather manufactory in the irprld was sold bj Lvciua Beebe Sons of Boston to the United rStatee Leather Co for about liQOOOO 0 if- fLi i ll illtt tvi JOHN PAUL JONES Remains of the Founder of the Americin Navy Delivered to the United States THE OCCASION WAS VERYUNIQUE iErnipressiveMilitary aiid Naval Pomp Dignitaries In the Presence of High of France and Diplomatic Representatives of Foreign Nations the Transfer Was Made LsjParisthe highest dignitaries of France the diplomatic representatives of many foreign governments and civil and naval officials of the United States tlfe body of Adm John Paul Jones was formally delivered to the United States govern meat The ceremony was one combin ing impressive dignity with brilliant military and naval pomp in which the soldiers and sailors of France and the sailors of America united in rendering honors to the illustrious founder of the American navy probIIwas a revolutionairy who had lain neglected for more than a hurded years Seldom has an event awakened such widespread interest in the Frencicapital Dense throngs Champs Elysees and other principal thoroughfares to witness the imposing cortege which for the elaborateness of its military feature equalled the mar tial display on the occasion of the visit of King Alfonso Casket Wrapped in American FlagJ The ceremony of e body was held in the American church on the Avenue ae 1Alma The inner of this gothic edifice was beautifully decorated with plants and flowers Atj the foot of the chancel rested the cas ket wrapped in an American flag and literally buried in masses of floral blems The French government anjtaken charge of the arrangements cuissiers of the foreign office wearing impressive sllver chains acted as ush ers At the right of the alter sat Am bassador McCormick Senior Speck Ambassador Porter Junior Special Am bassador Loomis United States Sena tor Henry Cabot Lodge Kr Adm Sigs bee and other officers of the American PreIlomatic corps and officers of the army and navy The members of the diplomatic corps were in full uniform Scores of American sailors in thei naves on either side of the altar gave a fitting background to the imnosing cene After brief religious servicesI en Porter wearing evening cording to the French custom with the red sash of the Grand Cross of the gion of Honor across his breast LeI vanced alongside the casket and f ally delivered the body to Mr Loomis as the representative of the UnitedIStates government who comIsionedMy Country Tis of Thee As the surpliced choir took up My Country Tis of Thee the entire as semhlage arose and joined in the strains of the patriotic hymn Eight brawny sailors from the Brooklyn then stepped forward and raising the casket on their shoulders bore it slowly from the church to the waiting gun carriage There it was draped with the national colors and was drawn by six black horses Arriving at the Esplanade des Invali des an imposing picture was present e d The French government had erected a large pavilion in which toI deposit the coffin The pavilion was richly hung with crimson velvet with martial emblems and battle axes entwined flags and a row of brass field- pIeces along the front Nearby rose the gilded dome of the tomb of Napa leon The casket was deposited in the cen ter of the pavilion while the cortege passed rendering military honors Later it was borne to the Invalides rail road station and placed ipa funeral car where guarded by French and American sailors it was started for Cherbourg RUSSIAN CRUISER LENA It Is Denied That There Is Trouble Aboard the Warship Vallejo Cal July 7Theofficersol the interned Russian cruiser Lena deny the published stories that there is trouble aboard the warship Some of the men wantedpaoles to return to their in Russia but their re quest could not be granted at the pri- nte time The men have been denied yettIedabsolutely no weapons on the Lena tTwo Boys Drowned Pittsburg July 74Harry V1ieraged 18 years and Alex Wdrrell aged 12 were drowned in the YdJgiQ IiY riVer near McKewpprt The bOla kdfjoneip the river tor a awl igr tr bodtH were recovere t trrRy i ti tW 45a t tf 1 r 4 i til f4 Vt V isj li izIiiIVttiZ 1II S IN XIX XIX iZ XIX XIX XIX 15 XIX xix x We are paying the following prices for Timber 7K tTK delivered on our yard in Columbia Ky NX IN 1 i Split HickorySingletree Billets 7i f V V xK- xix 2i in on Heart 34 in Deep 38 in Long 25 per 1000 ps xix xix 93 vxxix os f Al jptutf tf tf te xix tx Nf3 3 46 S40 4 riv j yixQ3 3a r 50 e7Kr ittt NIX xix Xix l 2 OlvXIX OO f tt tt XIX2 O tOIN X 1 E All billetsmust be made from good live straightgrained XIX hickory either red or white free from all defects N Sugar Tree Chestnut Oak White Oak Black Jack or i K S fish Billets 1fE MX f 7ZEgrained timber free from all defects E 17iE2i in on Heart 2i in Deep 44 in Long 20 per 1000 ps 1 E JIi 7 7 2 ji21 1iE xK8 7 24 36 7iK9 7 3 41 T xKlO v7 xK J fi3i 45 K 7 71 iEEr 7i EE7i freeExix For further information call onor address TFZ 7K K XIX Columbia Singletree Co r iCI4cL Fifth Avenue Hotel I7 A 4 ft i 44 FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY X a aa ceee 4 Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled AFirstclass tx Hotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale r 4sfiLebanon Steam Laundry LEBANON KENTUCKY wa tJOT4l4STOI4 Ptoprietorr This is one of the Best and most Reliable Laundries in the State IReed fe Miller Columbia Ky are the Agents for this beriIi THE MARCH HOTEL I5 S COLUMBIA KY 4 i IS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN Architecture containing 35 new neat and well ven tilated rods Itis nicely furnished conveniently located and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three 4V good I ZMo FRANK CORCORAN M Ji METCALP COCOA1 METCLLF MANUFACTURERS AND DEALs IN o 0 HIGHGRADE Dt 0 t MARBLE AND GRANITE y r Cemetery WorK of oil kinds See Us Before You B qi MAIN STREET LEBANON KY tTrade from Adair and adjoining counties respectfully solicited = I WHEN YQUw th- It l1 t J i r s5t ji l1 t f f i J t 44 S i Jot Printing tri lf cS j f 2t ii siCALL TH i gi i i i fi i 2i Jl r t S f c clfI THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JULY 19 1905 3- J Killing Beef It is important that an animal intended for slaughter should be kept off feed from twentyfour tio thirtysix hours If on full feed the system is gorged and and the blood loaded with assim ilated nutiients is driyen to the extremities of the capillaries In such condition it is impossible to thoroughly drain out the veins when the animal is bled and a redishcolor and unattractive car cass is the result says the t Field and Farm Foodin the stomach decomposes very rapidly after slaughter and when the dressing is slow the gases generated often flavors the meat Water should be given freely up to the time of slaughter as it keeps the temper ature normal and helps to wash the effete matter out of the sys tern resulting a in nicely colored carcass fThe care of animals previous to slaughter has cansiderable effect on the keeping qualities of the meat It is highly important that they are not excited in anyway sufficently to raise the temperature of the body Excitement prevents proper drainage of blood vessels and if extreme will cause souring of the meat very soon after dressing In no instance should an animal be killed after a long drive or a rapid run about the pasture If heated by such causes it is far better to allow it to rest over night than to risk the meat spoiling The flesh of an animal that has been overheated is usu ally a pale color and very often develops a sour or putrid oder within three or four days after being dressed It is also essen tial that the animal be carefully handled so as not to bruise the body Bruises cause the blood to settle in that portion of the body affected presenting an un inviting appearance and often causing the loss of a considerable part of the carcass When much meat is prepared for use on the farm it will be well to provide such tools that are necessary for the rapid pros ecution of the work A seven inch curved 8ainch straigot sticking knife a 14 inch steel a 28 inch meat saw a candlestick scraper and an ax are all the tools really essential for rapid dressing Some means of raising the carcass and a place to hap shouldabe provided A block and tackle with a sixinch pulley will an swer the purpose very well if they may be had and a suitable place for suspending them Age affects the flavor and texture of the meat to quite an extent While it is not possible to state the age at which the animal is best for meat it is a well known fact that meat from old animals is more likely to be tough than from young ones The flesh from very young animals fre quently lacks flavor and is wat ery An old animal properly fat tened and in good health is preferable to a young one in poor condition Poultry and Eggs Pay Every year Demonstrates that the egg market is never fully supplied We are compelled to Import eggs to keep pace with the demand and if the Western farmers are unable to make poul try pay because of the location and markets there is nothing in the way of the farmer who has around him It is r1screditable to farmers that they may produce a large proportion of the poultry and eggs that are sold in the large cities but there is room for more production The obstacle in the way t l of success is that poultry does not receive the care bestowed on larger stock In all experiments made with cows and poultry on the same proportion of 1and the poultry aweahe jrSer profit and i i va rj a c 1 a rr r r j yetJthe profits could be made larger Fifty hens are not too many on an acre of land and the average profit should be 1 per hen a year This is fifty dollars per acre profit The cow will not give such a large average in proportion A flock of good hens however if wellmanaged should average more than a dol lar each If each hen produced onedozen eggs additional during the winter it would make a large difference in the profits The point is to secure this addi t ion and to do so the farmer should be willing to give his whole attention to a diS1posingbe unprofitable It means a different system from giving the poultry over to the women to manage The way to make pouf try pay is for the farmer to take hold and when the snow covers the ground to do for the hens as for other ani alsIMeat That is Wasted A large quantity of excellent suitable for poultry is wasted meatI country every year Old horses are intended for destruction are as suitable as ordinary beef for poultry More money can be realized from a useless horse by taking off his hideI feeding the meat and using the bones for fertilizer than by any other mode of1disposing of it Any kind of meat will answer for poultry In Texas rabbits are used because they are plentiful Horses are converted into ground meat and sold in that form They can be used to better advantage when the meat is fresh A bone cut ter will reduce both bones and meat to a fineness suitable for poultry and in crease the number of eggs In Winter such meat will keep for a long time It pays better to use horses for a large flock than to buy grain as the extra number of eggs secured will more than return the cost of the meat Meat will induce the hens to lay when other foods fail Give more meat but avoid that which is very fat Are we all actually in favor of good roads or are we just talk ing to hear our heads rattle If we are in earnest why not Unlessathere is something done the roads will never be any better than at present Now is the time to get together and decide on some permanent plan Let everybody get in earnest just once Are you willing to pay your part toward building some kind of good roads We have toIetherpull back we will make no pro gress Any one that is against improving our roads should go way back and set down What ever you do do it now Tomor row may be too late Your horse may get in one of those big mud holes and drown you or else fall in a rut and break your neck Drain Leaks The wIse man will not ask for a womans reason The man who guesses at his work gasps at the result The bent of the boy often indicates the breaking of the father Gifts given with expectation of return are little if any better than bribes Man may buy immunity from man made law but there is one law that is above purchase Wed give a whole lot if we could enjoy burning blisters on our fingers like we did about thirty years ago Wouldnt youA The man who undertakes to fight the devil with fire is going to find himself engaged with an antagonist who is thor L oughly familiar with the weapok We may be wrong but somehow or other we have grave suspicions about the men who are forever agitating t fuoiselessFourtn f Theabout a mann who has forgotten that he was xmce a boy might forget tobea man in a buis nerl deal f Sj1 it tt ift l 1d tt 1iIif Ji 1 s 4 j 1 7 1 1 5 ii i0Lt lx 1 f INDIAN TERRITORY ARDMORE July 91905 Editor News I feel it a duty incumbent upon me to say a few things through the col umns of yonr splendid paper concerning my visit among my friends in Adair and Russell counties and I must say that for hospitality and friendship the world does not produce it that surpasses Adair andRussellcounties either in quality or duantity I have frequently been treated better than I deserved but for the first time in life I was treated better than I really wanted to be I only regret that I did not have the time to visit all my kindred and friendsIt been fifteen long and weary years since I had seen my old home and my feelings as I approached the scenes of my childhood can only be rej alized by an emotional character like myself that has undergone the same experience I was happy and yet sad but it was happier to be sad than it was tobe happy without being sad Upon returning home I found everything lovely some corn getting too hard for roasting ears and I believe the heaviest yield we have ever had in this country Wheat and oats are as fine as the soil is capable of producing Cotton is somewhat backward and not all very promising The fruit crop is IrimeIcountry and to more fully understand existing conditions might be very profitable The Indian Territory while settled to a great extent by white men is not in its true sense a white mans country It all belongs to the Indians except a very small per cent that is gradually coming on market and being bought by white men The intermar ried citizen is a white person who has married an Indian thereby obtaining TheyIand as soon as they designate and file upon it The reasons for that are that they are supposed to be sufficiently intelligent to manage their own affairs judiciouslyand any Indian full blooded or mixed breed after being examined by the proper authorities who are ap pointed by the government and are considered competent to manage the own affairs can have their restrictions removed and sell also when an Indian diesand leaves no minor heirs his en tire allotment consisting of three hun dred and twenty acres can be sold It is thought at the next session of Con gress that all Indians will be given per mission to sell their surplus land After tie Indians have all designated their lands and filed there will be a residue of over onemillion acres which will be sold by the Government to the highest bidder each bid to be sealed and sent in to the Department of the Interior accompanied by a certified check covering at least three per cent of the amount bidden the Government retaining the right to reject any and all bids This moneY is then deposited to the credit of the Indians but at pre entgoodlandcan be bought for from 0S5 per acre This land will pro duce from twentyfive to fifty bushels of corn twenty to forty bushels of wheat forty to sevenayfive bushels of oats and from one half to one bale of cotton per acre without any fertilizing fruit and vegetables thrive allover the countryand all told in topographical beauty in the beauty of its streams with their verdant banks and wooded valleys its prairie and mountain seen ery the wonderful productivity ofxthe soil the lovely climate with our cpn stant Gulf breeze render this one of the most desirable places for the habitation of man Every thing is push and hustle Some of the extra energy maybe the outgrowth of running out of the way of cyclones whichare not nearly so bad asis thought by some living at ucbadistance that with the mqntal pessimismofqur ocular system depict the space occupied by a mouse to he that bft an elephant But amidst all this let Mme say from the depth of my heart three cheers for the bighearted Kentuckians V l VaRespect i tUvi T Rexroat ll fi t1 1 t na Jt f f r x fr l k t i Fii1 JiJ tt J t kA t J ay tf lf veiinery Surgeon i Fistulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any Surgicalwork done at fair prices I AM FIXED TO TAKE CARE OF STOCK SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EYES S D CRENSHAW Ymile from Columbia on Dissapointment Mf UNDERTAKERS SHOP Russ il springs KI have just an Undertaker readyforCOFFINS AND CASKETS which willbesoldat short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to shopJ 38 Dollars T- OCalifornia AND THE NORTHWESTFROM VIA THE HENDERSON ROUTE CORRESPONDING LOW RATES TO WASHINGTON OREGON UTAH MONTANA AND ALL INTERMED IATE POINTS TICKETS ON SALE DAILY UP TO AND INCLUDING MAY 15 J9O5 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 THAT YOUR TICKET READS OVER THE HENDERSON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND ST LOUIS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS ON ALL OF OUR ST LOUIS TRAINS DIRECT CONNECTIONS IN ST LOUIS UNION STATION WITH ALL LINES TO THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST L J IRWIN GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT Louisville Kentucky THE Morrisianna Water THAT RESTORES THE OLD TO THEIR YOUTH AGAIN This excellent Summer Resort situ ated five miles fromCampbellsville Ky on the Greensburg road is now ready I for business and amply able to take care of all comers The Excellent Medical Properties of this Water isgaining for it a wide rep utation It is making many wonderful cures of Chronic Cases that have been- pronounced by many eminent physicians incurableIT S Sick Headache Insomnia Dyspepsia Catarrh of Stomach and Bowels Diseases of the Liver Jaun dice Gravel Rheumatism Dysentery and Kidney Complaint It removes the cause of the disease Those affected with Lung Trouble can drink this water with benefit It puri fies the blood clears the complexion and makes one feel young again Trans portation can be easily secured at from liverymen who meet all trains day and night The terms are reasonable For furth er informationwrite J C MQEmSGTN Prop CamI bellsyille Ky V Tor Sale v goodland WJdwellinggoodbarnings There is also much valuable tim her Forsfurther informationaddrees Gi A AtkihaVteoIumhia Ky j r ireYr JY l VvV Sl v t n cacooolxa c INSURE IN ITHE CONNECTICUT LIFE INSUR I ANCE COMPANY IIt Purely Mutual A policyholders Company Expense Account h a s always been the lowest 1 It earns and pays the largest annual dividends It furnishes PERFECT PROTECTION I LOWEST For further COST information APPLY TO theI W L SMITH IOr E MUERELL GENERAL AGEKT I Columbia Ivy Louisville Ky DSKsXsXgG UTICA LIME COMPAITINCOR- PORATED Jf JOHN L IHflEflT S66P6iaro and Treasurer 421 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Lime Fire Brick Louisville Cement The Famous Black Diamond or other brands Fire Clay Portland Cement Standard Brands American and Imported Sewer Pipe Plaster Paris Plastering Hair Etc Enquiries for prices muted Orders Promptly Filled PATTERSON HOTELJ7V 1VeST01llN4KY iLL 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 3 Chairs and iatresses No 527 WEST MAIN STREET Bet Fifth and Sixth Streets b0111M11116a y DEHLER BROTHERS lift East Market Street LOUISVILLE Et TUC y Carryall Heights Stock SEND FOR CATALOGUEJ AND PRICES 1 8 or I trtoo c vFIELD fENCE STYLE W SIX HEIGHTS W DKING raumaJrH6n6I6UGIJOSS 60ry INCORPORATED IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP Dry oosross Goods Ladies and Mona FurnlsWnos NOTIONS CLOAKS ETC 631 633 West lVfainSt LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK OFFICE 43 LEONARD STREET Merchants who may want to see Mr King will call the Exchange at Columbia Direct Your Thoughts to lisT FOR YOUR SP IHa CARPETS RUGS LINOLEUMS HASTINGS AND- DRAPE- RIESHUBBUCH a f BROS f5Z8 5 g W lIrkltStJ u SV ILL K i 1fY fiyMXM W J r 4 i 1 t t J 4 THE ADAIR CQUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JULY 19 1905 i1 yG daitijJDUtty t ll1 Published Every Wednesday BY THE Uair Bounty News So- XatCORPOR TED CETAW H WAJKBtIJa Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests nf the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent countiesf Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second- sJ33 mail matter 1905TANNOUNCEMENTS oiFor Jailer We sue authorized to announce A F WILSON as a Candidate for Jailer of Adair County subject to the rfttion of the Democraticjparty The decision of Judge Cochran taking the Caleb Powers case out of the courts of this State and placing it in the Federal Court in our judgment is the most enderec11against the towardsacr local government and bulldinglan arragant federal government whose reign and power would be closely allied to monarchial rule IJJ If this decision is allowed to stand it establishes a precedent if followed that will eventually overthrov State rights The reason given for this dangerous departure by Judge Cochran is that Powers cannot get a fair trial in the State courts If Judge Cochrans opinion is well taken then indeed it is4 bad but we cannot see any reason vhya Federal Court would be fairer than o the State Powers should have a fan rl and no fairminded man wants him to have anything else Passion has subsided and reason and judgj 41nent hold full sway and there is no justifiable reason why he will note t justice in Kentucky Courts His friends who are so determined on3 his liberation ought not to tresspass on the sat credness of StateY rights to accomplish it Powers has no lacked legal ability nor money t make a vigorous defense It has r been the evidence of innocense that has beena most needed to ac quit himbut in all his trials tIffs has been foundbNow the last effort is to place his case in the custody of those who seek his li ration and strike down State thibS iair It is our thibs J will not go The Republicans of Louisville took but little interest in the primary held last Saturday to nominate a candidate for Mayor One wing of Republicans are making an effort to nominate J T ONeal ademocrat as a reform movement but many Re publicans are opposed to him and declare if h e Jis nominated they will not support him There were only 1365 votes cast in the primary and should Mr ONeal b nominated h would have butliitle showing for election The indicatiens are Ithat Mr Barth the nominee of t the Democrats will win hands down s Democrats of Adair county should remember that the county Committe will meet the 19th of August for the purpose of selec- ing county candidates A num ber of gentlemen have signified a willingness to become candi dates if the party so wills If a ticket should be named the ut most precaution should be taken and the verybest men selected Judge T H Eaynter and Sena tor Blackburn are movingover 5the State arranging their fences j fCr r j r P7 l7 4 3 isi xr r J The friends of Caleb Powers are now trying to lay a founda tion for bail They say his health is fast failingand that he eats but littledThe Peace Commission will soonIagreeI wants indemnity just how much can not at this time be estimat edIRaticanlIbefore the Federal grand Jury on two charges abstracting and threatening a Federal officer andjl intimidating a Federal Caleb Powersor The County Attorneys Associ ation which met at Crab Orchard passed resolutions requesting the Legislature to strike outshe vordsHat random in 1308 of the statutes sectiOnj shooting on the highway rningljury GRADYVILLE Mrs G T Flowers does not improve fast Burkes1villeHenry Sallee of Columbia was with our stock men last Saturday W L Fletcher was calling on his friends at Breeding last week C S Walkup and family were visiting relatives in Russell coun ty last week Messrs J A Diddle and R L- Caldwell spent last Thursday in Greensburg on business Forklwas i friends here last Friday GadIat this place one day last week theitr anod the crop is extra good in quality ofIlVIiIIfamily last week Henry Dunbar and family Jamestown visited the family Strong Hill several clays of la week Misses Cartwright and Con over of Columbia were the guests of Miss Bessie Walker last week R W Shirley of Milltownin company with Mr Hater of Car alton Mo were in our midst last Saturday Messrs J M Howell and Lee Paxton of Greensburg fiver looking after the stave business here last Saturday R L Davis of Portland and J W Townson of Iilltovnat theis place last Saturday G H Nell the well known stock man of this place is in Cumberland county this week looking after cattle W M Moss a popular business man of Greensburg pas s e d veekIBurkesvilletBrud Walker in company with J T Hamilton two well to do- farmers of Nell passed throe here last Friday enroute for Go lumbia We take itthatthispartqfthe County can furnish some of the best colts in the county The truth of the business isHye have not seen a SQrryone and esjiech ally aPeacocl atiar l lr LV j i f E H Hughes of Columbia attended church here last Sunday Rev J H Nicholson filled his appointment at Breeding last Sun ay J A Diddle Was transacting business at Edmonton last Friday and Saturday Messrs Grady and Flowers have a nice theaFairs this seasonTThe prospects were never bet tei for acorn crop in this section than we have now t of bi Mcallingplace last Sunday J H Smith was confined to his room a few days of last week with an attack of fever Many Kemp and family of Keltner were the guests of Mrs Wyatt Stapp last Saturdayi 1The few days of sunshine got a hustle on our farmers in the way of making hay last week Mrs Sam Mitchell of Bliss and Mrs Sarah Flowers of Columbia visited Mrs G T Flowers last Thursday- Dr Menzies of Columbia filled the pulpit at Union church last Sunday with a very interesting discourseI Quite a number of our society people attended the social at Jas R Tutts at Milltown last Thurs day night IThe machinery for boaring the arIHon Mike Scott the well known Attorney of Edmonton IiTH Smith returned from Louisville last Tuesday where he sold five carloads of stock at satisf atory prices t herIb s spent a tI Thursday visiting Mrs B 13 Grissom ofs Bliss Miss Eva Wilson a popular young lady of Bowling Green spent Several days with Miss Clara Wilmore of our city ablhe f meetings at Foundation Church in Metcalf county this week Chatmaofn sonstdoinjr andI father could not be pleased better Dr Loren Williams and wife of Glasgow passed through here last Thursday enroute for Montpelier where they will spend a few days visiting relatives Quite a number of the society people of Columbia called on Miss Clara Wilmore last Saturday wryemore of Bowling Green A protracted service will begin at Union church on the first Sun day in August Rev Layman of Marrowbone will assist the past or Rev W H C Sandidge in this work SD Caldwell the well known farmer of Portland was in our town last Saturday with his fine twoyearold Peacock colt and informed your reporter that he onlkY this fine horse Mr Geo D Vance one of the best farmers in this section was weeghk a r at he would make over 200 barrels of cornthisvseas6n on his Sexton farm This f a r m Mr Viln e oughtJithorl time ago and it was considered by a great man people to be abutWQrnutMr Vance is inakjlng this pne 9J the bestfarms in that section i tv 4 dc1PI j f Ir l 7 t f tSt 4i w 1J tf tr r i 1 5 M 1W It iif ir+ ftrj j 2 ijrt i i ffl Vi i lffrit f i Str 1 1 CANE tLLEYw A G Norris was with us on thet thpMost of our farmers are about through harvesting F P Rice is in Taylor county this week on businessfV M Gowdy and Guy Chandler were here the 13th JW Sublett was in Columbia on business R A Sublett was in Columbia last Friday on business R T Dudgeon and wife of St arys ate visiting here James Garnettsold a bay mare to Mrs Fannie Pierce for v65 J G Sublett who has been ill for the past three weeks js no better t J M Turner delivered some fat hogs to T L Smith last week for good prices- Mesdames R B Wilson and J W Judd were shopping in Col umbia last week Dr C D Moore and E C Page made a business trip to Cville Thursday C R Fleece of Cville spent several days of last week with us looking after insurance Braxton Massie and wife of Co lumbia were visiting the family of J W Sublett last Friday John Eubank and wife visited friends and relatives in Cville last Saturday night and Sunday VJ T Bomar of Cville was here one day last week looking out a location for a picture gallery Columbiafon was daughterpMisses Nancy Sublett and Louisa ladIiesColumbia this week George Gundiffi left last Friday for Cincinnati and other points He was accompanied to Camp bellsyille by Jake VanhoyI E C Page sold one mare to Dr C D Moore last Saturday for 125 also one to his sister Miss Susie Kate thebsame price Mr Thomas Frost had a tumor sucessfully removed from his chin last Thursday morning Drs Hancock and Atkinson were the attending physicians J W Hancock has returned from Saloma Taylor county where he has been to see his fatherin law W A Creel who has been quite sick for some time Rev W A Grant of near here returned home last Monday even- Ing from Dayton Ohio where he has been visiting his uncle and other relatives for the past three weeks Misses Mammie Moore Mary and Fawn Hancock and Susie Kate Page accompanied by Messrs ECPage Dennis Eu bank and R A Sublett of this- placeand Owen Gaines of Cville spent Sunday at Sulphur Well Taylor county It Kentucky Pair Dates v The following are the dates rued for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or correction of dates I Vanceburg August 164 days daysColumbia Shelbyville August 22 4 days Springfield gust234 days Kicholasville August 293 days JBardstown August 304 days lfadsonvIIleAugustl5Qays Danville August 23days t Harrodsburg August 84 days Fern Creek 154 days Shep herdsvilleAugust 15= 4 da s j LawreAceburgAugust Iip4day9 v vPlprence Aiigust 30idays r iir daysYj daysHenderson F l11JQutjSept27JdaylS 5 qYe l 105dayL iti 11fi1b i i a 1 7J i f1It v it 4V i iS S iu f s tj it6 t i i f ttZ JdiL J mr1f 1J t rJ rrr I You will find our clothes JfigureI Give us a little of your time and we will pay withmoney saved you Ullrsaan Co r HAVE JUST SHIPPED US An Artistic Both Sea andIliOOO SmulesFor1 Beautiful e of the year OLLMAN S CO OF CHICAGO are Fashionable T i1orsIexperience in America Germany and England iIThe materials used in their clothes are of the finest Im ported and Domestic Woolens which bought in enormous quantities enables them to quote low prices ereisRobertson White S Hhplesat TBWS OFFICE Columbia Ivy Those who know our firm knov We continually strive to sat we do just what we say Try us isfy our severest critics y t i lT lfm =rMri r 11 7I i1 ii ii n n Ir n m n Tm I- ri 7i g Buggies Phaetons Runabouts Surreys g NJX v 7i K iEvrrrII ii Has a contract 7R to sell V- 7i 500 Vehicles during the- balance 7 of 117iseason V lower than ever heard of for cash C iE7iEyi w usyr7i nJIE Nitro The greatest agricultural discovery tV7i5alfalfa on almost any soil Write for catalog 5andfull information XIX 1 WOODSON LEWIS dEEHSBURG F Y 7i 7K- J7i1 V V l V V v v V w v v J r v7i 7i j rI 1 n n i m 7i K K 7K 7K VVvI IfIWI iwvVVrvWVVVVwV-75 i 7i 7i 7 7i 7K 7R 7i Inm vrIrc 3iE fEI 5 Brick Store Biiildliij g I 5 For Salethe store room is 23 x 75 good base D 5 ments and side room all brick Attractive buildIr 57iiE General MerchandiseIE7i i1 tE mostly GENTS FURNISHINGS Ours is one of the iE IE best locations in town and has always been a first IE class place to do business Forfurther information write = Ir I tieIi PfI uIPS 50f15ti LV Lj1 7iI i1= VIri1IIIIi i1Ii41ZIIItVVI VISIT THE SINGER STORE Before Buying Sewing Machines iy Mail oj r j Prices are Good j v i r Terms are Better m Machines the Bet r You are assured of Proper nstru hon Supplies and AccessoriesSb dOet a Singer Guarantee Sieger nglach neCofast E r I I f Side Public Sqnare it COLUMBIA KENT tC Y I 1Iril tr1 f t yt i f 9 t2 1f Ift Ir jC tI wJ jio iI l j flfA Z l i tj IirNilerv td rod k i F11 t t O a fat t f wrSf ltrr J j p J J ttIu t j t1o t J J v trI r vj Ir 1f tI oj fj J i C4 oi r a lx i1t i h j jt d L j THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JULY 19 1905 5 NT t t I iPERSONAL MENTION I THE COMERS AND IOERS Vanc Gowdy of Campbellsville was here last Friday Mr Luther Williams Montpelier was here last Saturday nIr R F Rowe Amandaville was in Columbia last Friday r Mr S R Walker Nell was hereat the close of the institute Irc S Harris returned from Vir ginia last Thursday morning Miss Sophia Walker whtf was quite sick last week is much better W5S Coppage find Wfe Lyoneah vassiaa Adair county last week J Si Howell and H L Paxton Greeijsburg were here Saturday Mrl J B Lenoard of Albany a tray elingsalesman was here last week Mr W H Wilson the Mayor of the city is laid up with a stitch in his back Mr T L Upton and family are now comfortably situated on t Bomar Heights Prop J W Flowers accompanied Miss Margret Taylor to her home in GreensburgProf Rp Payne was in Barren county all last week in the interest of the LndsayWilson Messrs OB Finn and IL G Dohoney correspondents of the News were in- the officelast Friday Mr 0 D Smith and Mother of Font Hill visited Mr G B Smith and family of this city last week W M Jackson and wife of LaCampbellsville visited Mr and Mrs Jas Garnett last week Misses Lula Bradshaw Essie Trip lett and Mary Garnett were visitors to this office test Thursday Mrs Wm Colemannee Miss Laura- Johnsonreturned to her home in Hot Springs Ark last week Mr W lI Bloyd of Crocus this county a staunch friend of the News was in Columbia a few days Mrs N R Thomas Nellie Thomas Mrs Sarah Thomas of Absher called at the News office Wednesday i VI Meader Circuit Court Clerk of Taylor county was here Friday to see his sister who was critically ill r Mr Oliver Willis who has been con fined to his room for six weeks or more was able tobe in town last Monday Mayes the interesting little son of Mrl R L Durham Greensburg was a caller at the News office last Friday Miss Lula Allen who visited Mr A A Strange and wife Washington D C returned home last Fridry night DrJ G Staples and wife have again taken rooms at the iarcUm Hotel their little son having about recovered Dr C A Cox traveling salesman reached Columbia a few days ago ac companied by his wife who is a sister of Mrs J H Grady Mr E W Read Mr Herschel Baker Misses Sallie and Mamie Baker attend ed the funeral of the late Judge Jas T Caldwell Taylor county Mr A D Coy wife andchildren and Mr W T Price and Miss Annie Eubank spent last Sunday with Mr W E Frazer and wife Purdy this county Dr Loren Williams and wife of Glasgow arrived in Columbia last Thursday afternoon and are now visit ing at the home of Dr Williams fa ther Mojtpelier Mrs T F Nell and daughter Miss Esther returned to Somerset last week accompanied by Mr Jo Ed Flowers Mrs Keen sister of Mrs Nell left for her home in Texas j Mr J M Frazer of Springfield Ill whose family has been visiting here for the pastmonth arrived last Saturday afternoon Mack is looking well and is daily meeting his friends Miss Magaret Taylor of Greensburg a young lady of culture and superior education has accepted a position and will become a member of the M and F High School Faculty during the coming school year Asan elocutionist and 1 teacher she has but few superiors her work having given perfect satis faction wherever she has taught This Announcement will be gratifying to her many friends throughout the Green river section of the State and the management feel svre that she will be a valuable acquisition to the old and noted institution fon the hillMiss Taylor spent jseveral days of last week with Miss Daut Marcum meetingsa number of friends vv 1 LJ l I t ir 4l q Mrs J B Barbee is visiting in In dian o T L Upton left on a ten days trip to t Louisiana Monday A A Miller of Crocus ryas in town the first of the week Elzie Feese and Leslie Staples were in Cane Valley Sunday Jo and Peter Conover and Frank Col lins spent Sunday in Louisville ttleIdapghteigMiss Minta Trese 1rit r of Greens burg is visiting relatives in Columbia Mr R G Coffey and mother Attend ed the funeral of helate Jas T Laid well Judge JP Hobson of the Court of Appeals spent yesterday mingling with friends in Columbia Messrs F R Winfrey and L C Winfrey of the Columbia bar are at tending the Cumberland circuit court Talmage Smith arrived from Texas last Monday night His wife who has been here several weeks is quite sick Miss Mary Wood daughter of Mr W T Wood of Danville anda neice of Mrs Mary Garnett is visiting in Col umbia Mr E C Page of Cane Valley vho has been in declining health for several months will leave for Portland Oregon today It is hoped that his stay in Or egon will be beneficial Misses Mattie Taylor of this place and Mary Grissom of Bliss have en tered the Conservatory of Music Cin cinnati They will remain until the first of September Miss Isola George of Versaille s wil give a house party Beginning the latter part of this week Miss Fannie Jones- of this city one of Miss Georges school mates will be in attendance Misses Pearl and Lillian Nell of Frank fort are visiting their sisters Mrs Geo Staples and Mrs James Eubank of thiscity They will sepnd two or three weeks heve at their old home J D Hughes Miss Margaret Taylor L W Flowers Sallie Key Marcum Paul Smythe Katherine Cartwright Fred Hancock Effie Bradshaw spent last Sunday afternoon at Griffin Springs W S Page Tobe a native of this place who has been living in Texas for the past twenty years is visiting his relatives and friends in Columbia Upon his arrival he was given a cordial greeting by all friends of his boyhood days Mr JL McLean and sister Miss Vir gieandmother Mrs Sallie F McLean visitedrelatives the family of Mrs Hattie Cundiff at Cane Vajley Sunday Mrs Cundiff has been in ill health for several months but is much improved at this time Mr DH Butler of Sacramento Ky is visiting his brother Judge J W Butler who is lying at deaths door Mr Butler left Columbia four years ago for Sacramento and this be ing his firsttvisit to his old home his many friends were real glad to see him 0 White a son of the late Curtis IE who was born and reared in Adair county is visiting the friends of his youthful days Mr White left Adair county twenty years ago and since that time his business has called him into nearly every State in the Union and Canada He represents a large Inmber concern located at Mem phis Tenn Mr White is kindly remembered and he is cheerfully greeted by his friends of Auld Lang Syne I 4 + LOCH+ The colored institute was held last week 1Born to wife of Chapman Browning qii 14th a son Born to the wife of Rice D hart on the 13asoni r i Ihere is an abundance of all kinds of- except peaches This is said to be locust year but not an insect has appeared as yet If you are in Greensburg and need a new buggy see Wood Lewis L L Melson sold a combined horse to John Chapflian last week for 136 villbeberelA 1 t 20 1I t1 7ci 1 fl i3if Ii f Ji John White Bought three head of calves a few days ago at 5 and 10 perhead He also bought a bunch of sheep at 2 and 3 per head and one horse at 45 He sold one Horse to Lum Dixon for 2750 oNIr G B Smith sold his interest in the saw and planing mill last week to Mr Allen Walker Mr Smith contem plates making a trip West just to see the country and not for the purp seof seeking a home IIrs Rollin Hurt entertained a num ber of ypung people at tea one day last week in honor of her niece Miss Ella Chandler of Hillsboro Texas The re freshments were delightful and the young people oherwise handsomely en tertained By reference to a conspicuous ad on the first page of this pap rir will be seen that the firm of Russell Mur rell Co has been changed to Russell Co All persons owing the former firm are requested to call and settle MidSummer Clearance Sales offer bar gains Come early and make your selections i We are informed by Mr Fred Myers that the electric light plant will be running on time by the last of this week or the first of next An electri ian fro it Lebanon was here all last week and will probably remain until the plant is started The cause of delay as we understand some of the wires were not properly adjusted Miss Sallie Patterson of Jamestown will give a house party beginning next Friday She will be assisted by Miss Ada May Jones Several couples from Somerset and Monticello will be pres ent and quite a number of Columbians Miss Katie Murrell is already in Jamestown and Mr Tim Cravens and Miss Nina marcum Fred Hill and Miss Bess Rowe Robt Reed and perhaps others will drive over Friday Mr J D Hughes who is with popularIday Miss Eva Mae Wilson of Bowling Green Misses Pearl Hindman M artha Hancock Clara Wilmore and Margaret Walker seized Ras Stranges delivery wagon gracefully helped Jim to a seat and one of the ladies becoming tie Jehu drove the gentleman to his dinner Miss Kate Walker was stormed by quite a number of her young friends last Wednesday evening While she j was taken wholly by surprise she was ready for the occasion and entertained cheerfully and gracefully Miss Walk er has only been a resident of Colum bia a short time but her pleasant and j agreeable disposition has made her one of the most popular young ladies of the city yeartwill wellterested in the public schools over Ken hrdIone and in our judgment every dollar received is earned Good pay makes good teachers and we hope the Super intendent of Public Instruction will be able to keep up the announced per cap 3ri = Mr R G Galloway who hafe filled the position of County Clerk and Sher iff of Metcalf county spent several days of last week in this place It was his first visit to Columbia though he has lived in an adjoining county all his impressedItold of the progress it had made in the last two years We do not know whether Mr Galloway has his eye turned this way or not but he made inquiry as to the price of property etc T learn from a number of teachers IVVe very successful institute was held Prof M 0 Winfrey the in structor who has been interested edu cational work for several years and for some time has been the principal of the Graded School at Middlesboro Ky He is up on school work and in a plain forcible manner gave the teachers prac tical ideas which will evidently prove beneficial He left Columbia for Frank fort where he will conduct an institute and from that city he will go to Har rodsburg Col J N Coffey the leading city farmer of our town hat last accom pUshed the wonderful feat of producing luxuriant and abundant crops without soil On Sunday last several of the city farmers visited Col coffeys mil lit field in the suburbs of the town It is on what is commonly known as rabit skin land that is to say that it is so thin that you can not see any soil at all It is what the negro denominated A sorry sile and poor fertile Yet with scientific farming he hasa ten acre field thickly set with millet four feet high and still growing t 3i 1 J51 k4 i I t r 1 jl Judge J T ca lwelic Last Saturday afternoon after an ill ness of more than a year JudeJas T Caldwell of Burdick Taylor county laid down his life He was about fifty seven years old and was born and rear ed where he diedone mile this side of Burdick He was a victim of a cancer land received treatment from the most scientific physicians of Louisville and other cities The deceased when quite a young man was married to Miss Annie Read of this place who survives him togeth er with five children Mr Caldwell was a man Of sterling character and was popular throughout Taylor county Hwas a graduate of Washington and Lee University Vir ginia had served this district in the State Senate and was four years Coun ty Judge of Taylor county As a Senator he was watchful of the interests of his constituents andas a County Judge he ranked among the best of the State His death is a serious blow to the people of Taylor county as he was a lafe councilof and took agreatdeal of countyI at Bethel church last Monday forenoon ah immense concourse of friends many from a distance beinc present The interment was in the Bethel cemetery He was a devout member of the Pres byterian church and was one of the El ders of the congregation to which he belongedTo widow and children the News extends its profoundest sympathy Stock of Goods SoW Frank Sonclair who has been a IMr merchant ih this place for sev years doing a good business from the start sold his stock of goods last StaplesIand the inventory is now being taken Mr Sinclair informs the News that he has no idea of leaving Columbia but will take a rest before again embark ing in business He has been quite successful since he became a resident j of this place starting without a dollar but is now in comfortable circumstan ces He did not sell His store building but rents it to his successors for a giv en period Mr Neat one of the ne1 firm has had a number of years experience in dry goods business is a close and safe buyer and feels that with the assist unerv LhIS partners Messrs Staples and Hancock who are good business men the store will enjoy the excellent trade that was accorded Mr Sinclair lairIj popularity guarantee a lucrative bus mess Miss Rebecca Meadcr Dead bornIer and a sister of Mr W 1 Meader Campbellsville During her whole life she was a lover of home and was rarely seen upon our streets She was modest and unassuming but had a smile for those wirh whom she came in contact Several months ago she was stricken with Pulmonary trouble and gradually grew weaker until the end camelast Monday morning at 930 She was ready for the call and peacefully met j her God cemII friends being present We extend sympathy to the bereaved An Estimable Lady Dead Last Monday night Miss Sophia Walker a daughter af Lysander Walk VYmIweeks a victim of flux She was about fifty years of age and had been a devout Christian a member of the Presbyterian church for more than twentyfive years She was a lady for whom every body had the very highest regard and she will not only be missed by her brother and sisters but the entire neighborhood has sustained a loss The funeral services welt conducted yesterday afternoon by Rev W C Clemens and the interment was in the I family burying ground v The News is in sympathy with the sorrowing brother and sisters tLeanonWi s The Columbia base ball team and the Lebanon team met at the latter place last Friday arid our bQYs were defeat ed the score standing twelv to eight A reasonably fair crowd witnessed the game and perfect Harmony prevailed During game Harry Camnitz who is pitcher for the Coltfmbia Club and one of the Lebanon Club collided and the former was considerably hurt and atone time it was thought seriously but he rallied and was able tp come home and at this time has fully recpv bred h t f j R 2r JUDGE J W BUTLER A Prominent and Jnfluen tial Cit zcn Dying After a Long Illness J hiD fit lED HONORSB LE POSITIONS The peope throughout Adair county will be sorry to learn that Judge J W Butler is dying in his 71st yearI For more than three years he had been in a low state of health and for the past eight months he was confined to his room growing weaker each day About three years ago he vas stricken with rheumatism and later he met with a stroke of paralysis vhfch ended his business career As a young man he was active and popular and in 1861 he was elected County Court Clerk which position he held eight yeara making a very effi cient officer Soon after he was elect ed clerk he was married to Miss Bet HIValker merIcantilesold goods for a number o years and was a prominent merchant of this place- S ven and a half years ago he was elected County Judge by the Democrats serving four years making one of the best officials Adair ever honor ed Judge Butler was active in business during his whole life and by economy and industry accumulated a very good stateIHe was strictly honorable and was a man who will be greatly missed from the daily walks of life The people of this community feel the deepest sympathy for his devotedwife his loving adopted daughter his brothers aud sisters and the whole county mourns LATER Since writing the above Judge Butler has met death The end came this Tuesday afternoon at 1 oclock He will be buried today Wednes day after a funeral discourse at the Baptist church The contract for building the dormi tory tthen1 F High School vII brobably be let this week The plahs and specifications are in the hands of several contractors who are expected to report in the next few days It to s be a commodious and very convenient building Profs W C Clemens and J W Flowers who will be in charge of the school the coming year are doing every thing in their power for a good opening in September They are both teachers of experience and are wellknown throughout this section Prof Clemens is the pastor of the Presbyterian church this place and has been teaching and preaching for eighteen years He is here permanently and is anxious to do 1111e can to advance the young people in ed ucatknal affairs and to bring about a high slate of morals thereby better fitting the youne boys and girls to make t xcellont citizens and good Yom en ProfFloweiiV belongs to cnt of Adair countys b st families and has made a reputation ijor good vhfiv ver he has taught Institute week afforded anold spelling bee which proved to be draw Mr J V Dudley and Mr S L Coffey were appointed to choose the spellers and about twenty to the side were selected After the contest had been continued for some timeSit was decided to be a draw At the close of the oral spelling a contest in written spelling was entered into those taking part to spell on paper fifty words and the one spelling the greater number correctly to receive a gold medal of fered by Mr j S Stapp Miss Gertrude Gabbert daughter of Dr Z T Gabbert of Caseys Creek was the winner she having written all the fifty words correctly but three Taking into consideration the many good spellers who were in this contest it wa quite an honor to the young lady who received the prize 11 The new store house at Mell will be completed The firm who i11oc cupy the storeroom has not as yet completed all arrangements but it is safe to say that bi siness will commence in it in a very short time There are other improvements going on at Mell A new saw and grist mill will be start ed soon and seyeral new buildings Will be erected The people ofMell are en terprising and are determined to make their hamlet one of the busiest places in Green county This information is gathered from MrO BFinIi who is a citizen pf Mell and who is very much interested in the prosperity of his town A goOd cow and calf cheap for casb Ed Staples feplulmbia AV iitSS iy rJ 7 t t LouRichardsrecentlyIt Wear the best it costs no mpue applys to Robertson Whites special Trouser sale OilCompanyville this week Have your workupin order to be able to attend the Fair four days Itwill begin August 22 Were it not for tie fact that it is generally known we wouldask our roud ersisit hot Enough V Froni expressions received from our neighboring towns the Columbia Fair will be largely attended Fallinline for the Fair by purchasing a pair of Trousers at the reductioa now on Robertson White r Electric lights have 5een put 1iihe chapel at the Christian church awt two elegant pulpit chairs ordered Eld Tobias HuflSaker will pre agh at Hutchinsons school house the fifth Sunday in the month in the forenoon IFOR SALEOne hundred good stock Apply to v KyURobertson White have 100 special prieces of summer Trouserings that they are instructed to sell at reduced prices The second nine of Greensburg will meet the second nine of Columbia on the Lindsay Wilson grounds next Friday afternoon A A Miller bought a yoke of cattle last Saturday of Elzy Shepherd for 70 and sold Dick Tandy fortyfive head of hogs at 520 per hundred jThe improvements Mr E H Hughes has added to his residence make it one of the most convenient and desirable homes on Burkesville street 4 The railroad survey to the river is about completed The line ss we un derstand is very practical and a ffer vorable report will be made The attention of our readers H callejtf to the luw dof ort Lewfl Greensburg He has If big M el buC gies which he wilt stii cheap Columbia Chapter N 7 Witt me t in regular convocation next Ffcitoy night All companions in good stand ing are requested to be present The manuscript for the catalogue for the S W Buchanan Collegiate Insti tute Campbellsville is in tuusofliceand the work will be done next week Judge H C Baker openedcircuit court at Burkesville last Mondaty Hon Rollin Hurt of this place is act ing as Commonwealths Attorney Coffey Bros Young bought three mare mules 15 hands high a few days ago from 85 to 110 MassieCo s lId to K K Young a mule for 105 The management of tha Fair feel sure that the coming exhibition will be S the most interesting ever held here A Louisville band vail make the music for our Fair alrwIr D H Butler has sold flis proper Sacramento Ky and has remy ed to Owensboro His son Will has been in business at owensboro for the past two years Read the ad of ilobertson White on fourth page They have contracted for several hundred inches and will keep public posted on the movenients in the clothing world The Herald a new paper has made its appearance at Burkesville We have not received copy but we un derstand it is a well gotten up sheet It is edited by J W Moore Young Eaton who was a clerk in the Post office at Campbellsville was ar rested last Friday charged with robbing thd same He gave bond for his appearance before the United States Court Mr john Burke of Newport who is conducting institute at Edmont n this week will give his lecture on Abraham Lincoln in the courthouse Columbia Friday night Prof Burke is the Superintendent of City Schools of Newport and is an educator of note This lecture is ohe that he has given in other parts of the country at ordinary charges and the hearers well satisfied but it will how ba given free to all whomay attend Remember the date Friday night of this week that it will be ably presented and that his subject touches the life oione of our martyred Presi dents Come out and hear him 1 iiP 1i f 4 r b j Jtt THE I ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Lrr CHEAP LANDSIt For Homeseekers and Colonies The country along the Cotton Belt Route in Southeast Missouri Arkansas Northwest Louisiana and Texas offers the greatest op portunities to Homeseekers Mild climate good water cheap build 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 ed land at 10 and 157 per acre up Some fine propositions for 8000facres at 4 to 10 per acre b money in this for a good organi zer Fruit and truck lajids in the famous peach and tomato belt of East Texas at 10 to 20 per acre up Write us for information about cheap rates excursion dates 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 TT 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 countiesACoakley Sims Bros W u 6ftflS F GflNS BRO Jr 23444 EAST MARKET ST1 k fl BET BROOK FLOYD STS C KY Rates 100 dayAbsolute Satis foction Guaranteed SPECIAL REGULAR BOARDERS ofi Mills and ifl OF ALL cy KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED THE JackofallTrades WaterHESaws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream SeparatorsI Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Press For This Paper costs nothing to keep when working It costs from to cents hour when working For call on or address Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY W F JEFFRIES SON Aftta For Sale a Two good work mares They at a bargain L V Halli Columbia Ky tI A M EMLER Pres C COLE Mangr THEO RE I tpres New Farmers Home Enterprise Hotels PROPRIETORS r 2 f fiND UOUISYILLE o t per RATES TO It not per FairbanksMorse 400422E Sr1 Above Preston LOUISVILLE KY oJv Jsest JEciuipt 5100 per 2 as Ibotcl in tbc GlnitcD States STREETCAR FACILITIES TO ALL PARTS OF CITY t U Jt4 u v e iIi I l f fll 7 fc r PLANING MILL 4m JI cr ro MOR RION SMITHrHAlE PURCHASED THE i nMo AND HAVE PUT IN SOME I- NEW MACHINERY iiAnd will operate at the OLD STAND All kinds of Lumber y r furnished on SHORT NOTICEIi R II 1 YoIIr It t i 1j iI u =t fj 7 iJIr 7 W T PYNE PREST FRED W HARDWICK SECTV s TR AS W TfyHLMILLaOdSUPPLy60 ESTABLISHED 1861LINCORPORATED 1889 JVIItLWRIQHT AND IACHIXISTS t f Builders Flour Grist Cement Distilleries JRock Crushers REPAIRS I 1 To 1 2 particulars 3 MARKET 0 ftAo to Jobbing Work Solicitedx v k iV New and SecondHand MACHINERY Sheet 1ronfiand Tank Wbrtf No 1301HTHIRTEENTH and MAIN STS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKYI o f f j i if t tt D i r t k i1 t COCOANUT BUTTiRft It Will Keep Well for a Long Tima and Is a Good Antiseptic Medium A new butter is now being made from the milk of the cocoanut This milk when subjected to a tempera ture of over 28 C lams into a yellow oil which is imported in great quantities from India and Africa The bet ter qualities of it are obtained from Ceylon CochinChina and Australia The nut produces 60 per cent of oil and one acre of land planted with co- coanut trees would produce over 400 pounds of oil This has hitherto been used for fats for soap or for machin employedgoods In France this oil is now subjected to a special treatment and converted into butter proIterms vegetable butter The cocoanut butter like that made from cows milk contains seven plr cent of soluble acids It will keep from 15 to 20 days without showing any sign of acid reaction and it contains from 25 to 30 times less water than ordinary butter while its slow ness in oxidizing makes it specially suitable for pastry and cakes as they will not get stale so quickly when made with it as with other butter Another advantage claimed for the cocoanut butter is that it seems to be an antiseptic medium while milk is most favorable to the culture of microbes At the central hospital of Vienna and in various hospitals in Switzerland ex periments have been made with this new butter and the results have been pronounced satisfactory THE GERMAN DRESSMAKER The Thing That Greatly Surprised Her When She Learned Her Employers Calling A young woman author recently hired a German dressmaker to do some work for her The German came to coniwouldGI could see that she was trying to place me said the author in telling the story When she first came and sketchesIiThen she looked around for a piano singiwas quite evident that 1 knew nothing about dressmaking On her last day I decided to end her suspense so after a little friendly con versation I informed her in vague but impressive terms that I wrote men tioning one or two things that she rec ognized Her honest German face was raised in wonder to mine You dont say now You do all dot But I always thought it took a lot of brains N Y Sun TJltramicroscopy By this is meant the rendering visible either directly to the eye through the aid of photography of orI jects or particles too minute to bel seen with the highest powers of the microscope as it is now constructed Prof Cleveland Abbe suggests that byi staining preparations with nuorescent substances and then illuminating them with ultraviolet light smaller particles than can possibly be seen with iordi nary white or colored light may be brought into prominence The human j lightIwaves into longer ones capable of affecting the retina The same principle applies to photographic visibility and Prof Abbe thinks that the ultimate limit of such visibility will be of the j same dimension as that of the larger molecules of matter Special lenses will need to be ground for this kind of workYouths Companion English Competition The coal mineowners in the southof Austria have been obliged to reduce price of coal because English ships theI their way to the Blacksea for corn taken British coal from Cardiff toI Trieste at the rate of one dollar a Whereas the usual rate is between 160 and two dollars and has even been asI much as 375 The price of British is so low that unless Austrian mine owners rectace their prices British coal will find its way into Austria in large quantities Jones Wasnt Smith had buttonholed Jones and talked tohim fully 15 minutes about the tariff Thats the way I look at the question he said Im a standpatter Well Im not growled Jones I cant stand your patterChicago Tribune Uncle Sams Oldest Employe Uncle Sams oldest civilian employe in point of service is Thomas Har rison accountant and correspondence clerk of the naval observatory For 57 yearS lie has worked in the observatory and is an authority on naval observatory history t Sure Perjury It was a mean man who framed that new marriage certificate law He in siits that toe young couple swear ttfat art noj crazyLos Angeles Bx priceV r xiS 7 r GREATEST SWINDLER HERE Perpetrator of Frauds Sojourning in America Writes Story of His Life Berlin George Manolescu who claims to be the worlds greatest swindler has published a remarkable autobiography BucharestIperpetrated many astute frauds in the Mediterranenan ports but arrived at- Athens a year later destitute and re quested the Roumanian consul to send him home whereuponI pital The queen of Greece took an interest in him and visited his bedside until he recovered Her majesty then paid his fare home Shortly before his eighteenth birth day Manolescu swindled his way to successfulpurchase an expensive residence race horses and live in princely luxury A year later he was sentenced vin fori000 23Ihovary and resumed a double career Outwardly he was a rich society man moving ill the best circles and living in extravagant style Secretly he was perpetrating frauds committing burglaries and enriching himself by crime He married a woman belonging to the German aris tocracy and was a prominent figure at Monte Carlo winning and losing thousands of pounds After a decade of successful swin ding he was arrested at Berlin and imprisoned in a madhouse as a dan gerous lunatic He escaped and after committing a series of burglaries in Berlin Dresden and other German towns he finally escaped to America where he is now living GRADUATE IN OLD CLOTHES Unique Commencement Exercises of a Kansas Manual Training Institution Pittsb rgKanAclass of 31 sttu youngmanmanual training normal school recent ly The class of 1905 is the second class of graduates from this new in stitution The commencement exercises which were held in the assembly hall of the normal school here were novel and interesting For the first time in the history of Kansas a student graduated in work blouse and jumpers and the graduates Instead of delivering ora tions gave public demonstrations of work in cookery and woodwork as taught in the institution On the platform had been equipped a wood turning lathe fitted up with a motor connected with the power cable A woodworking bench had also been placed on the platform with a complete complement of woodworking tools A cookery table had also been placed on the platform where the cookery girls could demonstrate The demonstration in class work was that of joinery by Miss Grace Evans of Columbus ice cream making by Miss Dora Bumanu of Litchfield Ill wood- turning by Arthur Myers of Weir ElenorLoveallWevsjtley of Great Bend At the close of the classsong President J N Wilkinson of the normal school of Emporia delivered a short address to the class Judge L B Kel lOgg of Emporia secretary of the state board of regents presented the diplomas to the members of the class GUNNERS GREAT All Naval Records Beaten IfORKel Battleship Kentucky Target Every Time Washington Thirteen hits out of 13 shots in one minute with a five inch gun at a 17x21 foot target lUt yards or almost a mile distant is the marvelous recordbreaking perform ance of one of the gunners on the Battleship Kentucky in the practice maneuvers off Sandy Hook of Rear Admiral Robley D Evans fleet That the wonderful shooting was not merely luck upon the part of the gunner is shown by the fact that an other gunner made 13 hits out of 14 shots A trifle over four seconds for each shot was the time limit on all of the shooting The wonderful ef fectiveness of this gunnery can be un derstood from the utterance of Ad miral Evans himself He said If we had been wring at an enemy there wouldnt have been any enemy left in a half hour The performance has never been equaled in the American navy and so far as known it is the best fiveinch gun shooting ever accomplished in any navy in the world The terrific execution of the Russians by the throughfarMerely Visiting at Columbus In Ohio when a banker friend disappears itlsnot considered good form to institute too searching inquiries as to his whereabouts As a general rule hell be back again on his native heath in about seven or eight years 4 f ts Hardware Hardware A full and complete line of Hardware both floor and shelf DodsIEverything in this line used in this section WE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF SADDLES AND HHRNESS Andall Leather Goods of this order If youneeda WAGON or BUGGY You can get it on short notice We have a cellar full CALL WHEN IN NEED OF Cooking Stove Heating Stove Pipe or Anything in our line All kinds of FftKMNG MftCrHNGRY We have recently ddeda full line of PAINTSand OILS THE GREEN SEAL LIQUID PAINTS have no superior Our line of Guns and Ammunition is up to the demands W F1 JEFFRIES SON1- N4 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 J I v Sash Doors Blinds i i Houldings i Se actionai E L HUGHES CO I i Louisville Kentucky In ordering please mention this Paper e m + m9eThe Lo isvil C Ta stSouthwest Garner UlllpggiJ fifth and Alar- ketLOTJISVILLS KT2 as Executor Administrator Trustee Guardian Assignee etc and as agent and httorney in fact of inexperienced persons and of Benevolent and Religious Institutions and Orders and in fact fills every position of trust that can be held by an individual Rents Safe Deposit Boxes or Drawers in the largest and strongest fireproof and burg arproof vaults in the entire Sontn Takes care of Silverware and other valuable pro erty in its capacious fireproof storage vaults Pays interest on deposits in its Savings Department and compounds the interest semiannually 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 Man agement of estates a specialty s Acts as TrusteeRegistarand 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 WAI4IPAPER FURNITUREGook Stoves Doors and Windows YOURS FOR B RGJtINS JOHN 1 Aa HOBSON GREENSBU G KENTUCKY r DR JAMES MENZIE8 OFFICE AT SIpENOE PHONES 35 Columbia Ky OocTEo V- r ippJJI j ri ofisu1tat on and Examinationi Free atr oei at 1jL f ian rti Jf j i f t 0 i t iii t 7a t- 1 t 1 it i J y i ANTH-E j ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JULY 19 iOO5 j 7c J l JJepry UatterjoTs frdmI2urope Will be a leading feature of The CourierJournal DURING 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DE PARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPERMAIL RATES Daily CourierJournal I year 6 Daily and Sunday year 8 Weekly I year l COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement yo can get the Jlt ftIR COUNTY NEWS An Eight Page Local Paper AND THE WEEKLY both one year for o- nly3L5O This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combina tion offer must be sent through The Adair Co1 News CHEAP RATES SOUTHWEST Southern Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas HOMESEEKERS OPPORTUNITIES Heres your chance Very low one= ovaY and round trip rates Southwest this winter about half the 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 retur 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 located on the right train Writ for our illustrated descriptive lit erature maps list of real estat- agents and let us help you find a better home in the country along the Cotton Belt Route Write today to L 0 SCHAFFER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 or- E W La Beaume G P T A Cotton Belt Rte St Louis Mo New Machine Shop1 AT ESTO KY Equipped with the best modern Uptodate MacWne Tools b I am prepared to do any kind of work on yo engine that it may require and do it in a first class workmanlike manner Satisfaction guaranteed and prices will be rightthe lowest consistent with first class work Try me and be convinced 1 use the very best soft Gray Iron Castings f Cylinder Rings and Valve work and Piston Head- Which Is tbE best for the purpose known Tarry aline of Shafting and Pipeinj and a co 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 W K EIkL JAMES TRIPLET OEttTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY I TOFFICB IN JEFFRIES BLOCK lrI ri r f i 2 r L i t t t Lr tfi 1v yt The Great State of Texas Not everybody has any dearly defined idea of the immensity of Texas both area and scope of productions as shown by the figures of the last census It isa princely domain at magnificent republic in itself The area of Texas is 265780 square milesabout seven times that of Kentucky It is by nearly double the largest State in the American union and ixth in population with an inhabitan- cy of 3048710 From its southeastern to its northwestern cor ner is over 1000 miles and if it could be swung around on a piv its northernmost border would lot the great lakes The agricultural products of Texas have already attained an annual value of more than 300 000000 The improved lands cover 20000000 the unimproved cover 107000000 acres while it has 66000 square miles or one fourth of its total territoryin virgin forest There are 12000 Theuone end of Texas to the other at thirty miles an hour takes two days and two nights Cotton cottonseed sugar rice toAL both of the tropical and temper ate zones nuts garden truck poultry cattle horses and hogs are its chief agricultural relian ces while its practically unde veloped resources of ores an minerals are magnificent in pos sibilitiesTexas now ranks sixth in population with a rapidity of growth that warrants the asser tion that within a few years she will stand at the head of the list The States now outranking her in population are old and thickly settled while Texas carries a population of only eleven or about two average families to the square mile It is impossible to imagine th future of this magnificent State The twentyeighth admitted into the union it is today first i area sixth in population third in railroad mileage fifth in the whilnin variety richness and totals o agricultural resources it prob ably stands first of all What a great State it is what an infinitely greater State it will be Glasgow Tinfes aeRound trip tickets ars on sale at re froepoints Chicago Union P cific and NorthWestern Line and colonists one way tickets will also b- on e sale on specified dates this fall at a rate of only 33 from Chicago wit correspondingly low rates from othe points Daily and personally conducted excu- sions in through Pullman Tourist sleep ins cars only 700 double berth from Chicago Send 4 cents for maps and full information to W Kniskern P T M C N W Ry Chicago Wpmore Hotel W M WLLMORE Prop Qradyville Kentucky atourthan at the antvp j named trot el Oo rt sample room and a tirstclas table Rate vPrv rexHonHblp ppr attachedStone AttorneysATLawq JAMESTOWN KENTUCKY Will practice in the courts in this and V adjoining countiest loSpecial attention given collections The German allotment of 50 oooooo of Japanese loan of i50 OOOoo v asover ubsc1Ibedflfte n times LI- sS4 dJ4 d4 r Si72 iT tir Sentence Sermons Power gives peace Patriotism needs patience j Opportunity wears rubber shoes Trouble reverse the laws of prospectr ive jNoteing fights age better than happiness A man can be serious without being spur Piety used as a pull sOC gets frayed out J vf Whetting the practices dulls the principles The open heart always finds the pp heart r C V The selfsatisfied are seldom 6f service vj vi zanyri Sins alary is inseparable fro- mservicez V vx s f i Information is nsubstituteforins- Piration s The church needs men more than meetings Blessings ark not to be JaeasureS bi the bulk T 1TLosing the temper is a sure way of trouble He knows little who comprehends al he knows A short temper has the other kind of a tongue The strong man never fears care but he flees from fret The itching palm tries to pass itself off for ahelping hand You can no more measure a sin by its size than a tree by its seed whetherdor a you When the people go to sleep its the preacher who needs to be awakened willibeMan was not born to do great things so much as to be great by doing things Theres a world of difference bet tween preaching on tackle and catch ing fish Many men mistake a disposition to kick at everything for a divine call to preach eAlmost all croakers are like all bull= frogs sitting with their feet in the poolChicagon for The Stings of Insects 0 issf ject maybe timely Everyone suffers more or less at times from the soreness and itching caused by the attacks of the pf erpresent gna mosquito or va rieties of bugs and other insects which render Summer outdoor life any thing but comfortable notatrouble where aromatic spirits or vinegars are used A decoction of dried vervain leaves is clamed mosquitormay steepedras one does tea strained and the liquid rubbed on exposed partsof orBmay A small quantity of solution of menthol or camphor phenique or ofequal parts of camphor and ammonia are said to diminish the irritation of the sting or bite A touch of turpentine or coal oil is also recommended For bee stings a fresh onion or leek citt in two and rubbed on the spot is also said to be good Liquids sulphur it Is claimed will aid where the tick has bitten of tqebest things to stop thai torture of the seedtick is awash in very strong soapsuds the com di1Orjelly the J lly rubbed over the body and then rubbed ptilwiTjn y warm waterEx I Roiled Her Bewitk Harriet Howard of 20 W New York at fie time lead Her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She wriifis lhad SaltRheurn or Exemagbutnothing would cure iuntil E 1Jsure25c at T EPOTUdrui i ii ii iili f Ahr f J lit t f l c Y h ri CALIFORNIADo you want to live where the climate is mild the year roundYwhere labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold po you want to live iir a region where the resources are mores varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competence po you vat to live where with a minimf1m of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment r Then go to California where both health and opportunity await 1 your coming The Chicago Union Pacific and r NorthWestern Linei- s ithe most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two fast through trains dail via this line over the famous doubletrackrrailway between Chicago and the Missouri River Oneway Colonist tickets are on sale daily March i to May 15 at 33the rate of 3300 from Chicago with corre spondingly low rates from all points give you an unusual chance to make the These tickets are good on daily and personally conducted excursions on which a double berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 700 Roundtrip tickets are always on sale from all points at reduced rates via the Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Faific Hallways FILL IN THIS COUPON t y TODAlit kW484 v IiVISziE r T t vr ry m mapsandfullpct Oroioioi OOOvvVOe 000 Oo v0 Ii THE CQLUriBIA FAIRS o A AUGUST 22 FOUR DAYS p U reMost Attractive Program Ever Gotten Out l11dthe 5 + Management Promises an Interesting Time t0 t+ all Who May Atteiick V t v 4 v t Cy j TI1rewiRbe many outside attractions and a it tr v v I FufstClass BandwJl- diccoursedelightful H r V 4 music for the benefit of the beaux andielles J 0 vOl JYlefl b0d 1 i 1r A J orI 4 PJriyWh greatestFair ever K iinAair county Rememberr the date i AUGUST 22 UttDAYSd liJ Jl BC9Ft7l5re President C S HA RIS i Secretaryc y Qtk iIf nai r 7 B N rC r Chicago N i J cax ona Xxx x ox x C Ss s irrurr- H Pr Not the cdmmon every day sort but something bright 11Llflf and distine the knid that will attract theeye and- sell Your pod gteqild yo h vepeen looking for kThe 8 Columbia Ky Si u a lwi E rk 1 f k a ii n I= i 0 Q w i i p r z JI t I r 71 i 01r lWi ii i J J8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JULY 19 1905 f l r t ui 11 11WJ ErIIt k N I l u iftI r lf 1 O t1q fp j 4 ii 55OOIN ThDThNCE ijJ 3 11 II iI WiIIPayforBoardTuitionaiidH 1 Incidental Fee for one Year 111r WI L f1 A LLIIINI S I A i U1Zl l J tf fr ElectricLightsFreet e Y iI For I nformalonrESS ICHASRPAYNE BUS MGRt 1 IIlRl lI mEII iI wriIUx II ttlII1 A r I7J j t i r Jt 7 7 f G JVt Wiseman Ss Son Jewelers andOiU6laDs DEALERS INr Diamonds andRrBcionsStonBs 0t Special attention given to work and IleallWest Market bet 1st and 2nd Oppo site Music Hal- lLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY NOTICE WE ARE NOW READY TO DO ANY KINO Blacksmithing horseshoeing and wocd W9rk all kinds of Buggy Carriage and Wagon Repairing We are also prepared to apply all kinds of new KUBBER TIRE We keep a stock of the best material and repairs Work done at our shoplis guaranteed c workmanship and prices Shop located on depot street near Main Give us a call- CLARK PARSON Campbelhmlle Ky Mar 30 lv J s JflJRRELL JR DENTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY OFFICE Corner Room Marcum Hotel- JOHN EUBANK BLACKSMITH AND- WOODWORKMANv CANE VALLEY KENTUCKY Horse shoeing and Buggy repairing specialities Give him a call Satisfaction guaranteed Wilmore HotelI W MWILIOREPropo- Qradyvnie Kentucky THERE is no better place to stop I than at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a tirstclas table Rates very reasnmjlile Feedt table attached Stone Stone-r AtorneysAtLaw r pMESTQWHflKENTUCKYo rv Will practice in the courts int this and adjoining counties o db1ecialatteittiongiven collections r 1f ft JJ1i j i Ir r 1 r 4 1 +e Ii CORRESPONDENCE 1 ADAIR AND ADJOINING COUNTIES+ BLISS Plums are the most plentiful ever known in this part Grass cutting is the order pf day the crop being fairly good PV Grissom was here Friday soliciting orders in the hardware line Bucket Brigade has been numerous in the blackberry fields latelyrMrs Mollie Nell of Somerset was a visitor here last Sunday night Mrs Sue Grissoin and Master Horton spent Thrsday with Mrs M J Murrell Dr U L Taylor and wife of Columbia were he r eF for the night Friday Miss Nellie Follis of Columbia was in our midst visiting several days last week Mont Murrell is around taking orders for fruit trees It seems he is doing well in this line- R S Penn IiitOn of Metcalfe was at the bedside of his farther Squire John Pennington last Sunday Apple trees are heavily loaded the broken limbs will soon be much in evidence Thinning themvouldpay Whit Coomer our genial black smith has his hands full the week in and week out as far as looks around Jhis shop indicate Plowing corn has been for some timeout of the question so that Tiand hoes come into requi sition inordr to clear out foul weeds i Miss Clara anti Austin o- I of Gradyville MissArihie andfed Hobertsbny ofeColumbia sjp ent Sat u day alight iat tir iW T Grissoin i John Vance whoThkppened to av painful accident some time ago by leftbleg above the ancle fractured is mending slowly M y i Mrs ateHughvo p6lunir biaiMrsJ A Diddleof Grady r J f rtl fvfI r r t 1 i t 4 VI ofJ r 4 vfr7L I yule and S T Hughes spent on day last week pleasantly wit Mrs W T Grissom Highvay and daughter Miss Nellie of Plymouth Ill visited the family of M L Murrell from last Saturday until Monday Miss Mary Grissom left here Friday for Lexington from which place after a few days visit she will accompany Misses Mattie Taylor and RerMcGarvey on to Cincinnati to take up some lessons in the music conservatory there BReeDING Evan Akin Sparksville was here Saturday Jacob Reece has been quite sick for the last few days Will Lyon and Mr Coppage drummers were with us recent ly Noah Loy is attending teach ers institute at Edmonton this weekGoodman representing Gray Clothing Company called on our murcharits 14 inst Dolljhus Wheeler of Grady vine visited Herschel Breeding last Friday and Saturday tV We understand that Y9igBros stave factory on Eastforlcf are short for hands Boys give them a call t H B Simpson atour fast writ = ing reported a serions heart attack but since he has visited Institute declares himself better E F Roe is a candidate for constable Ezekiel isva aspirant and believes if strOngtf he wiirhave gained a fteIBud 3whisher ST Combs of the tjlasgbw Planing Company fyje here refeently to see Reece Qacl and Breeding about a lumber dealv If t1 cf rA tr 401lh 1I i r 1 r i aie Bro Amos England will sing at Chestnut Grove 2nd Sunday in August 2 P M Elder Lyons will deliver threes I m ns at Chestnut Grove on 29 and 30 this month John Diddleonei of Grady lastyuleRoachshwas thinking of making the race forIsheriff The people did welcome him and we all want Diddle for sheriff TheDemocraey of this section unanimously calls for Hon Frank Neat to head our ticket for coun ty offices We honestly believe that hei is the proper man to place before the people Ships sail swiftly and smoothly when guided by a skillful captain t SPJtRIISZIILLB- W L Gadberry ife on the sick list Grant Collins was at Faiyplay Saturday Ed Sinclair of Columbia was here lastveek- Ike Hurt will leave for Indiana in a few days Evan Strarge was in Grady ville Thursday Joe Nat Conover of Columbia was here Tuesday Hattie Cummings was in Co jJHenry Gaston and J M Rowe were lii Columbia Friday Joe Gadberry and wife of Gad erry werE visiting here Thurs vL- aY r rThe little son of Mr and Mrs Billf 3rummBtt is quite sick at this writing f George Hurt Hof Campbellsville passed through here Wednesday enroute for Burkesville The social given foy Miss Girtie I Cpllins Saturday night was large attended All report a delightful tImet r r Gieirlli ifz Dcmaml thanmedicine a luents A1blWd nd system cleanser etch a4o r Kings New Life Pills Theyyrare just wHat ou need tcurestomach arid liVer troubles Try them1 Ab1 EPaullsdrugstre 25c guar J ifi 3aZ BV I l yr r jr Jt w flt tN 1J 1jV f h Jt tU r rii fr Iti g J ittf ta SIGHTIs You cannot afford to risk your sight by purchasing glasses from any itinerant spectacle peddler that passes through your town If jfou notice a defect in your horses eye you immediately send for a veterinary because he knows How about your own eyes Why not use the same precaution as you do in the case of your horse Our Dr Arnz formerly with T J Howe J j Co of Louisville is a grad uate of one of the leading Op tical Colleges and our work carries the guarantee of satisfaction or no pay s The ftienza Bath I will give immediate relief in all cases of TIRED WEAK or INFLAMED eyes no mat ter from what cause Absolutely harm less perfectly delightful to use and al ways fresh Has been endorsed by thousands of professional and business men always used DR HC WARNZMi WILL BE IN Colqrnbia Icy iJ Jtily 24 25 26 AT THE 2VIarc m HoteL4 t 1 ti i J P r I r Examinations FREE whether y ouneedor bliY glass esyor not A call is respectfully solicited J 1ll Si2Al11r0z Go Loulsviller Kntucky t r 1a it S a a R1- drdtwt y