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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tir gy1rf- r t r a d ijij Ij t 7 1l1t fs t i bt bZt anntu tm r n VOLUME 8 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 151905 NUMBER 39 POST OFFICE DIREOTORY J 1L RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days 730 a m to 830 p m COURT DIRECTORY CIRCUIT CoURTThree sessions a yearThird Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit JudgeH C Baker Commonwealths AttorneyA A Huddlerton SheriffFW Miller Circuit ClerkJ F Neat COUNTT COOBT First Monday In each month JudgeT A Murrell County Attorney Jaa Garnett Clerk T R Stulti JailerJ EL P Conover Assessor J F Pelly SUr yorR T McCaffrey School SuptW D Jones CoronerC M Russell Crry COURT Regular court second Monday in each month Judge Jas G Eubank AttorneyGordon Montgomery Mar3halW A Myers CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BURKESVILLE STREET Rev W C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool at 9 a m ever Sab bath Prayermeeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BURKES VILLE STREET Rev F E Lewis pastor Services first and third Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 L in Prayer meatinar Thursday night BAPTIST pastorGItEEr7BUPGFirst and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayermeetine Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CAMPBELLSVILLE PIKEEld A L Oder pastor Services second and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 Wednesday night a m Prayermeetine LODGES MASONIC CJUJHBLV LODGE No 96 F and A M meeting in their hall over bank on Friday nightI on or before thefull moon in each month jf if Gordon Montgomery EG Atkins Secretary CoiMuLR COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday right after full moon in each month JAS GAPNETT T I 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 LESTER DENTIST KENDALL KENTUCKY Iam prepared to fix Pumps Tinwork Woodwork and all kinds of repairing a specialty Horseshoeing and Blacksmithing I am prepared to do your buggy repairing on short notice LOCATION WATER STREET WADE H EUBANKS JAMES TRIPLETT DENTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY t SSTOFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK FORSALE Farm of 278 acres miles south of Columbia Ky on Columbia and Creelsboro road 150 acres in grass in good state of cultivation good house and outbuildings good fencing plenty of water and timber one store house and lot a good and well selected stock of goods This Ss a good point to do busines9tA i tfu saw mill direct attact ment in good running order will cutlSOOOi M feet per day 150 white oak treessta rtBYtrrii1es enginwe power one bucket assroodas new Eightyeight 88 acres of land en Burnes creek Smiles south of Colum r bia Ky b ost all in Umber The stave timb has been cut off of the above but there isppplar ash 9 black oak chestnut hickory and chestnutoak s still on the 88 acres All the e for sale by CHAP GIN a GlensforkxyJ Notice y4 I have taken iro three sowsone large and two small ones S ones are marked a crop off of each cear and an upper bit in the ghttIv W Myers City trrx tr tZ J ifr r t t rif t t W e PERSONAL MENTION THE COMERS AND GOERS oN N NY 1 Mr Leslie Allen is at home from Alabama tIMr W H Newby was on the sick list last week Mr C P Banks Cane Valley was here last Saturday Miss Cary Hughes is attending the Shepherdsville Fair Messrs Mont Murrell and Will Vance are in Marion county Miss Jeannette Thompson called at the New office Monday Mrs Ellen Wheat Montpelier visit ed in Columbia last week Miss Francis Jones visited in Camp bellsville a few days ago Mr J B Montgomery Louisville visited friends here last week Mrs Jo Coffey Jr visited her moth er in Campbellsville last week Mr Sam Wheat Montpelier was in Columbia the first of the week Mrs Mullinix who was quite sick last week has about recovered Mrs Geo A Atkins and baby have been quite sick for several days Mr Geo Stults returned from Louis ville and Cincianati a few days ago Prof C R Payne returned from Green county the first of the week John and Joe Harris visited Will and John Vance at Bliss Saturday night Mr YT Robinson of Campbells ville was here several days of last week Misses Nina Marcum kind Bess Rowe returned from Glasgow Monday afternoon Mr W T Hendrickson and life Caseys Creek were in Columbia last WjFridayMaster Charley Patison Campbells vine visiting his sister Mrs Jo Cof fey Jr Dr C M Russell has very much im aprovedfew days Mr Elmo Warden of Louisville vis ited friends in Columbia a day or two last week LOCAL Mrs Lou Loy has presented this office with the largest apple we have seen this season It was well shaped and weighed 17 ounces The Columbia colored base ball boys will cross bats here Saturday August 19th with the Burkesville base ball team at the M F College grounds i for Rent Some houses and lots and farms apply to A B Cox Columbia Ky Notice I am now ready to accommodate any one who wants to attend the Grif fin Springs Terms 450 per week 3t R L FAULKNER Miss Minnie Kemp a popular young lady of this place and a wellknown teacher has accepted a porition with the M F High School for the en suing school year We congratulate the management upon securing her ser vices knowing that she will give per fect satisfaction She has taught in both our colleges the principals speak ing of her qualifications in the highest terms Greensburg and Columbia base ball teams met on the LindsayWilson grounds this place last Saturday af ternoon The game was called at 230 and was witnessed throughout by quite a number of ladies and gentlemen who are interested In the national sport Our boys did not come up to themselves and when the game closed the score stood eleven to five in favor of Greens burg a 4t for Sale One l horse power gasoline engine with grist mill and corn crusher in good conduitS lumphress cC0 Kmfley KY tf Mr John Rubel of Lebanon a promi uent business man was here one day last week Messre G W Robertson and Brack Massie were in Russell county the first of the week Messrs Geo and Ed Staples who are down with rheumatism are thought to be improving v Mr Pat Burress the lumber man will attend the Camp meeting at Acton Taylor county Mr C S Harris and his father Ir- A W Harris are expected to arrive from Virginia today Mr Geo R Coffey who has been confined to his home with rheumatism is somewhat improved Mr G B Smith who contemplated removing to Russell Springs has de cided to remain in or near Columbia Mr W F Jeffries Mr Robt RoySe and wife attended the funeral of Mr Alonzo Barger Russell county last weekCharley Campbell and brother of Creelsboro were here last Thursday They sold several mules at satisfactory prices Mr Geo Follis has returned from the conditwhen he left Mr Abner Jones and his sister Miss Ada May came down from Jamestown Saturday Miss Jones will remain un til after the Fair Mrs Rollin Hurt and herson Master Ralph Hurt herneice Miss Ella Chand ler Hillsboro Texas visited Mrs J R Smith Campbellsville last week Mrs N J Nevicus Stanford Ky and Miss Lillian McClary Knoxville Tenn left for their homes Tuesday morning after a pleasant visit to their uncle Mr Z L Samuel f toIcount serious illness of his father and mother and who died a short time after his arrival left for his home in Alabama a few days ago It is not generally known that too muchrain is as injurious to a corn crop as not enough This seems to have been the case this season The stalks have grown up tall and slender and in many fields are overshooting them selves It is said that some have from four to six shoots to the stalk Most of the crop is now in the roasting ear state but the ears are not as large as they usually are when the season is good Jn a few weeks the county canvass willopen in earnest The candidates will be in the saddle from the rising of makinginquirypeople Some of them of a very affec tionate nature will kiss the babies and pronounce them the handsomest and sweetest children upon earth and will even signify a willingness to adopt one it being so smart and cute There are various ways to secure votes but the man who is profuse in his compliments to the good house wife concerning her children and the tidy manner in which she keeps house generally ties the old man on The electric light plant now in opera tion is a convenience tnat the citizens of Columbia should have been enjoying several years ago The four arc lights on the square make it as light as day and a great deal of shopping is done after supper A number of citizens here had their residences wired and many others will follow suit No persons in Columbia are more interested in the upbuilding of the town than Mr W R Myers Sons and to them and the municipal board credit is due for the lights Your neighbor is pleased with that set of ombstones or monument we sold them Give us your order and we will please ydu too JOur prices are lowest You get firstclass work and material Write us a card and we will call and show you out line of designs and sam pieaof marble and granite COAKLEY SIMMS BOsr Kyterr r r iv x t t 1 1M i t r r X0000000 00000 00000000 0000000000 OOi ft drePovJJifsrtQran6oO ij o I CArT STANDBY ot Noted High Diver o OapOo He Will Erect a Derrick ONE Ift HUNDRED FEET High and from the top Will Plunge ooc II Pool of Wter r 0i Below C i Je B COFFEY President w gypOOL 1if 7- tN85tOO ADVANCE Pays Tuition Board and Incidentals LINDSKVWIL- SONTlRHINING SCHOOLr For One School Year Beginning Sept 5th 1905 All Rooms Lighted With Electricity LITERARY TEACHERS MUSIC SPECIAL PRIMARY COUNTY CERTIFICATE VOICE ELOCUTION INTERMEDIATE STATE CERTIFICATE PIANO AND ORGAN ART ACADEMIC STATE DIPLOMA STRINGED INSTRUMENTS COMMERCIAL Boarding facilities greatly improved by past experience Latest and best Methods willbe agused in every Department of our work Catalogue or further information address Ts5 R Payne Mgr Columbia KTv Mr J B Russell of Watson this county vouches for the following snake story Corbin who lives in the Watson section killed a black snake last week and in cutting it in twain six teen young ones all alive their appearance The same day Mr Grisler killed one finding ten hen eggs in its stomach In the same neighborhood Ben Robinson acolored man dispatched ont and in cutting it open he found line hen eggs He placed one of the eggs under a setting hen and a chicken was hatched Preaching Next Sunday J L Adkins Freedoms J P Scruggs ColumbiaL A L Oder Mt Pleasant E N Earley Cool Springt Z T Williams Pleasant Hill W H C Sandidge Union JE Barger Union Chapel F E Lewis Columbia C J H Nicholson Elroy W Wood Cane Valley rorSale Afanncontaining216 acres of goo land lyJlg three mi ea West of Columbia property is known as the W J Atkins farm It produces well and gooddbarnings There is also much valuable tim ber For further information dressG A Atkins Columbia v 3 J a4F i i s After spending much time in canvass ing the field Messrs Payne and Neilson consider themselves fortunate in secur ing the services of Miss Hattie May Penland as music teacher for the Lind sayWilson Training School She comes highly recommended by the Director of Universityiand piano She has had several years experience Her technique is good and she has the true musicians gift of in telligent interpretation Special men experience The agriculturists perhaps deserves more praise than ano otheij class of men In fact the world would amount to but little without him It doesthe hearts of men in other vocations good to see a merry round faced farmer independent and yet free vanity and pride industrious and patient in his calliug kind and obliging to his fel low men and with many other noble traits which light up his character He gives to society its best support He is the edifice of government and the lord- Of nature Look at him in hiss home spun gray and black and laughit you will bathe can smil at your ignorance and sleep while his cropelgrow All honor tohiinwho tills thetisoil- r ErJi k t wZrya 4lt 7f c l i Mine Corn ete- nInstructors For Mont made from 1ESTOCorn is looking wall in this neighborhood Miss Eliza Grider who has been quite sick forthe past month is improving typhoidfuw Mrs Iona Stearman of Dallas s Texas is visiting friends in this community Her little ten year old son has typhoid feverrMrs Jane Phelps is on the sickle list oftMiddleburgrell and wife Lebanon attended the funeral of Alonzo Barger J N MIJRRELL JL DENTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY r I OFFICE nCorIIPx Room MarcunmX l Hotel k Ka i I t ti ii r J 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Aug 16 1905 Poultry Notes Have a place for everything in your poultry house and every thing in its place Now is the time that your fowls needfpounded grass grav el arid such things for grit Give your fowls a warm meal mornings which will keep them warm and make them lay It is a dead sure thing that no one man or class of men ca monopolize the poultry business One secretlof success in the poultry business is at all time to have the pens and houses clean and dry r Have straw or chaff on yourI poultrylfloors to keep the the birds warm and prevent their takinglcoldI Cabbage turnips beans pota toes and almost any refuse vege tables boiled and mixed with meal are fowlsb An aid to making fowls lay in theicoldr grain before feeding but do not too hot as fowls have been gkilled that way After cleaning your poultr- house thoroughly and using crude kerosene oil in all the crev ices and on perches then litter the floor with straw and chaff A good dose of pure Persian insect powder is about the onl thing that will kill insects It is a poor policy to see all your best birds even if you can obtain a good price for while you obtain more ready money you are not improving your stock and your birds will deteriorate each year as long as yon practice selling all of the best Always Take Time Take time to breathe a morn ing prayer asking God to kee you from evil and use you for hiS glory during the day Take time to be pleasant A bright smile or a pleasant word falls like a sunbeam upon the hearts of those around us Take time to be polite A gen tiecI thank you If you please Excuse me etc even to an inferior is no compromise of dignity and you know The politeness is to say The kindest things in the kind est way Take time to be patient tivit children Patience and kindness will open a way for good influence over most any child Take time to be thoughtful about the aged Respect gray hairs even if they crown the head of a beggar Rural Luxuries The rural town is fast becom ing a city in its general appoint ments accommodations manners t 1and style and it is the means of diseminating the latest ideas an conveniences among surrounding farmers Through investments and improvements says an ex change very truly the country is getting nearer to the city nearer t to the myriad advantages of comfort which human ingenuity f is devising The present is an era of luxury Every urban home has the inquestiture ofI palace in a former period in fact 5it offers with the common exception of size and yard area more and better faculties for easy liv ing Every country home is comparatively as well furnished Almost all the comfort which is found in the city home can be installed and enjoyed in the most isolated farmhouses laying in anI outoftheway locality It is said that the concience fund of the United States now amounts to 400000 This re j presents just that many pounds or pints of remorse i 1 1i d A Leaf from Kentucky History Written for the Kentucky Farmer and Breeder by John Goff Esq Goff Home Farm Indian Fields Ky The first woman to own a piece of land in Kentucky was Susannah Boone daughter of Daniel Boone who very early obtained a patent for a tract in Madison county The first marriage in Kentucky was that of Samuel Henderson to Elizabeth Callaway August 7 1776c Their daugh firstnwhite child in the State born of parents married in the State manufactures d was made by William Pogue at Har rodsburg in 1770 He also made the first loom while his wife brought the first spinning wheel to the State and wove from the lint of nettles the first piece of linen manufactured and from buffalo wool the first piece of linsey The first grist mill in the State run by water power was pereaps one built by Capt John McMurtry near Shaker town in Mercer county in 17S2 The first paper mill in Kentucky was erected by Elijah Craig near Georg- town in 1782 The first apple seeds were planted n Mercer county by members of the WalkeYr and his companions planted the first peach seeds and raised the first crop of corn cultivated by white men near Bar bourville in 1750 The first wagon of which history gives wagoyn n 1783 by a man named Smith x The first steamboat or model of one in the world was constructed by John Fitch at Lexington in 1785 LThe first railroadabout one mile in lengthwas built by James A Silkes and Jacob VanlIeter in 1832 The cars were drawn by horses The first horses were brought to the State in 1750 by Dr Walker the first cattle and hogs by Boone and his com panions in 1775 1The first lawyer in Kentucky wa John Williams manager of the Transylvania Company The first Englishmen who Kentucky were those under the leader ship of Col Wood who in 1554 explor ed the northern boundary of the State The first Frenchmen to view any por tion of the State were a small band of fur traders who in 1670 traveled in canoes down the Mississippi as far as the mouth of the Arkansas The first white native American visit Kentucky was John Sailing o Virginia who in 1730 was carried as a thhe StateThe first white woman that ever saw Kentucky was Mrs Mary Ingel who in 1756 was carried as a prisoner by the Indians to Big Bone Lick in Boone countyrThe first Dutchmen to visit Kentucky were a small company which establish ed the White Oak settlement in Madison county The first settlement of Fredchmen in the State was established at a point op posite the mouth of the Scioto River in 1730d The first house built by Englishmen was Dr Walkers cabin on Cumberland river in 1750 The first permanent English settle ment was at Harrodsburg in 1775 The first court of the State was held at Harrodsburg in 1777 The first road in the State was Boones trace I LThe first store in Kentucky was that of the Transylvania Company at Har rodsburgThe school at Bonesbprb was taught by Joseph Doniphan in 1779 The first sarmon preached in Kentucky was delivered by Rev John Lythe of the church of England in 1775 The first county seat in Kentucky establishedIThe first law for the establishment of public school was passed in 1888 When a fellow runs for office its generally considered a mild sort of mud bath Jifi 4 The Hereafter of Man No more beautiful expression on the hereafter of man and the hope of a future life has ever come under our notice than the following front W J Bryan If the Father deigns to touch with Divine power the cold and pulseless heart of a buried acorn and make it burst forth from its prison walls will he leave neglected the soul of man who was made in the image of his Creator If he stoops to give to the rosebush whose withered blossoms float upon the autumn breeze the sweet assurance o another springtime will he withhol- the words of hope from the souls of men when the frosts of winter come If matter mute and inanimate is changed by the force of nature into multitude of forms that never die win the spirit of man suffer annihilation af ter it has paid a brief visit like a royal guest to tins tenement of clay Fared Death Ten Times Samuel Greason has beers acquitte- at Reading Pa of the charge of mur thaen a mere charge of which he is freed For three years he has been under conviction and sentenced to hang The verdict of the court pronouncing him innocent and setting him free comes to him as the announcement of a new lifeTen times the gallows was built and the noose made ready Ten times the death warrant was read to him as h cringed in his cell and cried out that h was innocent Each time Doubt stretched out hi hand and the execution was delayed And now the court has found that the poor devil is indeed innocent From the black shadow of the gallows with its terrifying glooms and goblins Greason suddenly sees the bright sun shine of a new life From the damp prison with its horror and hopelessness he steps and breathes the rich air of freedom But he owes it all to the rarest chance besfore had his time of execution set ten times and lived This man has suffer deathsdAnd at last his accuser confesses he prejury and he is free It has takes three years and the most determined work on the part of a few earnest men and women to prove thi mans innocence He was poor ignor ant and friendless and of such the courts unfortunately make quick work Greasofn have gone innocent to the gallows no body knows and few seem to bare The man with money standi ig and friends is presumed to be innocent un til proven guilty But the poor and friendless once accused is presumed to be guilty unless he proves his inno cenceThe jails and penitentiaries of th country are filled with the ignorant and J helpless while rich bank wreckers and trust buccaneers walk free and in solent It is a small matter to fix upon a poor man even the extreme crime of murder but it is all but impossible t convict an absconding cashier or even get him brought to trial 3 Something is radically wrong Something is rottennearer than Denmark 4 Modern Sodoms There is no question but that ou large cities are becoming modern So doms and that vice and sin in all its hidious forms are only concealed from the public by the officials sworn to enforce the law protecting those who break it We get a glimpse of the hidious ness of city life and the crime and vice that is hidden from the public gaze only when a reform wave sweeps over one of our great cities and the officers do their duty in order to hold their posi tipns Such a condition exists in Philadelphia that righteous and Godly city of the Quaker descendents Only the other day public sentiment got s strong that the police raided all the bad houses in the city and took incustody the inmates In this raid 105 resorts were entered and 568 were captured A Philadelphia paper publishes the followg account of the raid There were men t r Jfi r and women whose names adorn the Blue Book of society who are wellI known figures in Newport New and Paris and who had to use all their fineness and influence to keep their high ly respected names from being trailed in the mire That there will come an aftermath of divorce and scandal few who are cognizant of the facts can doubt Of the 568 prisoners taken more than 400 are still in jail They consist of clubmen lawyers business men whose citydyoung society from the Germantown section and in some instances their sisters and cousins and their aunts truglcover up scan daIs Absolutely no mercy was shown Rich and poor old offenders and young were scooped up in the same net and carried away to jail The police were realizedthat they were killing their own graft and the incidental slaughter of half a hundred fine old Quaker reputations were meat and drink to them It was a curious sight to see men of wealth and influence in the city walking up to the Magistratas Court to proffer bail for relatives or friends caught in the raid In not a single instance did the men or women prisoners of good repute give their real names As is al gotemaneof prominence would be called to the andsfade away with a 10 fine In every instance the woman no mat ter of what family or reputation was looked upon as an inmate and fined 800 In nine cases out of ten there was no bail forthcoming and the better ones were led weeping back to their cells Many of them were of good families many were married many were visitors to the city The Dread of Death A writer speaks of great men fear ing the approach of deathfor years regarding it with dread But nature thematrthe last Of old Dr JohnsOn it was said When at length the moment dread darkscloud passed away from his mind His temper became unusually patient and gentle he ceased to think with terror of death and of that which lies beyond deathWhat seems to be needed most is the faith of an old Georgia negro who crossed over recently He said De road looks darkbut I reckon darll be stars dareMy oP Moster knows me He put me here an I reckon Hell take care er me wen I leaves here Dey aint no use in bin fraid Constietution A Great Work The people of Kentucky generally do not realize what a great work is being done in The Mountains under the ofoWilmore this State He began his mission service in that section by put ting one missionary there seven years ago with a salary of 360 a year He has now seventy men in the field with salaries amounting to 10000 a year The remarkable feature about the work thatrcaries on this great work is solicited but comes as voluntary contributions from all parts of the United States and you might say from the entire world Dr Guarrant himself attributes in a great measure the wonderful suc cess of this work to the press which has urged its support and from time to time called attention to its accomplish ments The movement now is to establish an orphanage in the mountains on account of the fueds killing more men than in any other part of the State It is proposed to buy a farm for 5000 and put the orphan boys on it and teach them to make a living Dr Guarrant is confident that the money will come and it certainly ought to come The people of Kentucky should least of all not close their pocketbooks against the calls and demands from the mountainst i r r ttivvvVVVit 1 1 diV vii 1 wv v vi V V w v 1I i 71 li iI il Iw 1 We are paying the following prices for Timber 3iE 7i v TIN delivered on our yard In Columbia Ky V- il XIN ii Split HickorySingletree Billets JX- IN NIX NIX N 7 pstw 5K2J cc cc cc 2acc cc 41cc cc cc 30 cc cc cc V VX v yjx cc cc cc ccI03 3 ilvS 3ac cc r4 SO 7o V- V cc cc ccI8V8tainedI V 5 iSuoaf Tree Gtestnut Oak White Oak Black Jack or S NIX straightI xK xK 2i in on Heart 2y in Deep 44 in Long 20 per 1000 Aw 71 HICKORY SPOKES 7JrDeetp 30 in Long A B Grade 25 3 t21cc cccc 12cc cc cc wIWV2cc cc 21 cc 30cc cc A B cc 20rii 2 l 215cc 30cc cc cc CH 10 5K VI30ta ccV11 cc 14 cc 30 cc ccycc cc cc cc 4NIXiV All spokes must be split from good live straight grained v 5 Q timber free from defects and fully up to size A B spokes must be all white 2nd growth V C spokes must be all white forrest i D spokes may be red or red and white ixK 7ih Columbia SinglettreevV IVVtVVIVVVtljcVVt 1 NIX iliIithIilr1iIilI 4 4 I Fifth Avenue Hotel I4 4EEE1bi w FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS t LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY s a 1 FEEE Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled A Ffirst clasa Hotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and Theatres PIKE CAMPBELL Manager Lebanon Steam Laundry LEBANON KENTUCK- Yw R JOHflSTOH Proprietor This is one of the Best and most Reliable Laundries in the State Reed Miller Columbia Ky are the Agents for this section Send them your linen and the work will be neatly and promptly executed I THE MARCH HOTEL COLUMBIA KY T IS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN S Architecture containing 35 new neat and well ven tilateci rooms It is nicely t1rn shedconvenientIy located and is the best hotel in S Accommodations equal tothe best city hotels Three good sample rooms for commercial men i M H MARCUM Propr t FRANK CORCORAN M J METCALF CORCORAN JIETCflLp s MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Q IDa HIGHGRADE 0MARBLE AND GRANITE i Cemetery Work of all kinds See Us Before You Buy MAIN STREET LEBANON KY Trade from Adair and adjoining counties respectfully solicited NNN 4WHEN YOU WAN i r N JDb Printing j i CALL THE NEW S 4 ry t I J r r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Aug 16 1905 r PROGRAM The following is the psogram of the Teachers Association to be held at Glenviile Saturday August 26 1 Songjs2 Devotional exercises by Rev G R Abrel 3 The Teachers Association and what it should accomplish J V Dudley 4 Folly of rapid promotion of pupils C W Young 5 EssaysEmma Strange 6 Why Kentucky should establish State normal schools Lee J Taylor 7 An interested patronage an element of school disciplineByron Montgomery 8 Select reading Annie Sandusky NOON 9 The teachers influence in obtaining better school houses and furniture Mrs Georgia Shelton 10 The puplic school teacher and what he hath wrought E A Morgan lIThe Adair county teacher and his opportunities W D Jones 12 How good school houses grounds and furnishings are conducive to school management Mrs Annie Wilkinson 13 How to assign a lesson J G Had ley 14 Teaching practical work George Aaron 15 The text book teacher E A Strange 16 The evolution of school work G R Abrel 17 Our two school systems Tobias Huffaker Important Decision Judgment was given against Miss Cypthia Ferguson who had sued the Southern Railway for 45 damages because a weeks delay of her trunk deprived her deof stroyed much of the pleasure of a visit recently made by her to Paris Ky Her testimony was to the effect that she had receiv ed a number of invitations to en tertainments while at Paris es pecially during the first week of her stay there However she beIcsuseon of her trunk Edward Hum= phrey representing the railroad argued that it would be impossi ble for a young lady to put money value upon social pleasures and thus estimate the amount of dam age she may have sustained be cause she could not take a part in them He showed further that the delay in the livery of the trunk was not caused by any negligence on the part of the Southern For this reason judg ment went against the plaintiff CourierJournal S Clear up the Senate A newspaper dispatch says demands are made that Chaun cy M Depew resign as director of the Equitable Life Assurance Society It is also said that the demand will be made that Mr Depew resign as trustee of Yale University and recent disclosures may affect the Senators resolu tions with other institutions Has any one ever heard of a demand being made that Mr Depew resign as United States Senator Is it not strange that a man who has been guilty of such of fense that his dibrector of all insurance society as well as his resignation as trustee of a college is demanded should he be permitted to continue as a member of the United States Senate without even a protest from the people whom he presum ed to represent Senator Burton of Kansas was tried and convicted yet it was lJJ never seriously suggested that he resign his position in the Sen ateSenator Mitchell of Oregon has been tried and convicted yet no demand for his resignation as a Senator has been made Senator Dietrich was fried and escaped on a tecnicality yet Mr Dietritchs resignation asa Sen j cr I k Fr ator was not demanded Some members of the Lower House have been severely arrain ed in court charged with serious offenses while important dis closures concerning many others have been made yet there isoRQ demand that any of these men surrender the commission they hold from the people What does this signify Does it show that we are careful of our business institutions and colleges that we insist that any one con nected with those institutions shall resign on the face of charges affecting his integrity while we do not have the same concern for the public service Can the people afford to have a lower standard for the public official than they have for the business director or the college trustee WhafCauses Yellow Fever The quarantines at Galveston New Orleans and Mobile had up to Wednesday of last week been conducted strictly on commercial instead of public health lines A hot struggle has been waged the fruittrade from the tropics New Orleons has been losing to Mobile its hold on this particular line of commerce and both cities have been allowing fruitships to rush through quarantines with the least possible delay It was the fruit trade not the health of the people that was looked after and New Orleans caught the fev er germs through this unseemly and unsafe staife The first case appearing in that city was developed on a tropical fruit lin er The remedy lies in placing the quarantine stations on the gulf coast under federal control This has been done all along the South Atlantic coast For commercial reasonsfruit trade reasons Alabama Louisiana and Texas have refused to do away with state or municipal control It is probable however that Louisi ana will turn the situation over to the federal government this veek If federal management of quarantine stations along all the gulf coast was conceded there would be no more yellow fever in the United States The adopted the ory now is that to prevent yel low fevor or stamp it out it is only necessrry to kill or keep off by netting the mosquito which is adjudged the sole medium of transmission forthe disease Un der a commercial quarantinea quarantine looking to dollars and cents and not to health is not enforced at all until the last momenta whole section be comes infected before it is acknowledged that there is even a single case of yellow fever on hands There is said to be no doubt that the present epidemic has been prevailing in New Or leans for three months The cause of yellow fever therefore is love for the almighty dollarcommercialism Its pre vention is to turn the whole mat ter over to federal government which will look after human life regardless of all effect on dollars and cents which latter is mere ly a plain every day definition of commercialism f Senator Depew of New York Who has been so long known as as a peach turns out to be a very rotten apple The dis closures of the Equitable Life In surance Company show that De pew as director in the Equitable voted to loan Depew as director lin an Improvement Co 250000 on property only worth and offic illy appraised at 150000 De pew as borrower guaranteed the loan and as borrower and direct guaranteeiThemart Depew was elected to the United States Senate by the Machine in New York presided over by Tom Platt Etown News I If General NewS I David Reed of Hamlet Ind shot and killed his wife and drowned himself The yellow fever situation at New Orleans is believed to be distinctly improved r John wasbshot an4 instantly killed near Donerall by Ed Coffey a neigh bor Making a noose of his trousers Charles Latscha hanged himself at a Cincinnati sanitarium Because of quarantine restric tions many mail trains in the South have been discontinued temporarilyGov of Tennesee rode 30 miles on horseback to the State militia encampment at Murfrees boro It is stated that the Equitable Companys business has fallen off 25000000 since thev scandal cropped out- Kentucky ranks fourth among the States for internal revenue collections its payments aggre gating 21754309 Ligtning struck a Dago at Tarrytown New York and burned up 200 in paper money that he had in his pocket leaving him unhurt Capt Evan P Howell long prominently indentified with Southern journalism died at his home in Atlanta after an illness of three weeks Chicago police chasing robbers fired a fusilade One policeman was shot in the wrist two inno cent persons were wounded and the robbers escaped John D Rockefeller is survey ing the ground for his new sum mer home at Buttermilk Hill across from Nyack on the Hud son It is to cost 1000000 At a atbYokohama it was resolved to boy cott American bankers shippers and insurance agents Action with regard to other lines of busi ness was deferred Attorney General Hays holds that revenue agents must be re presented by the County Attorney of the county where they sue for back taxes on omited property and they have no authority to employ other counsel in such proceedingMrs H Wheeler wife of the well known insurance man is dead at Horse Cave R E McDowell bought the Wil liam Walters farm in LaRue county sold at public auction for 9200 The farm contained 178 acresA has been started in the Mormon church to abolish poligamy commercialism and political interference John Higbaugh of Sonora purchased in LaRue county last week nineteen mules for 1950 W H Sweeney of Lebanon who was a candidate for Con gress against Dave Smith has been appointed Chief Deputy of the Surveyor of the Port in Louis ville Johann Huch the condemned wife murderer has been granted a reprieve until the Court of Appeals can pass on his case Eli Brown of Nelson county is a candidate for Railroad Commissioner Fulton has quarantined against New Orleans and other infected points Sate blowers made a haul at the post office at Bowles Mo near St LouisMary Mrs Carlisle wife of former Secretaryof Treasury John Gr Carlisle is dead Forest Page shot and killed hiss stepfather Join Browder near Panther aviess county y 1 s it rf H H Lover for killing his partner Herbert A Rose was held over on 10000 bond at Pa ducahNorman E Roberts under ar rest at Chicago is said to have swindled merchants in 21 cities out of thousands of dollars Experts have been appointed by Pesident Morton to value every piece of property owned by the Equitable Life Assurance Socie tyLightning struck the dwelling of Jesse Allen near Falmouth killing his 12 year old daughter and knocking Allen and wife un conSCIOUSI Pewee Valley was struck by a Louisville and Eastern electric car and instantly killed Frank J Craig and W S Reeves opened an oil well drilled near Mt Sterling four years ago and discovered 150 feet of the finest quality of green oil Two young girls Jennie Hill Mollie Adams of Sanburn Ind were kidnaped by three men and a woman but were abandoned because of the hot persuit Louisville maintains her posi tion as a thriving and progressive city as shown by the fact that it stands second in the percent age of increase of building per mits in July as compared with twenty principal cities of the country The only city leading Louisville was Omaha which shows an increase of 464 percent Louisville coming next with 166 thirdper139 per cent During July 206 building permits were issued here with a value 408805 The erection residences manufactur housesbis progressing briskly and all the building trades are actively employed Courier Journal The great common people of this countrythe people who merely want to make an honest living enjoy a few of the pleas ures of life and care for politics to the extent they desire a de cent government are begining to agree with gpvernor Folk in his declaration that grafters are neither Democrats nor Republicans but criminals Itsa healthy condition of the public mind too Todd County Times In an interview in Louisville Hon William Jennings Bryan said There is a very evident growth of democratic sentiment throughout the country as shown by the fact that the Republicans who are winning popular favor are doing so by advocacy of Dem ocratic principles LaFollette made his splendid fight on the primary plan and railroad regula tion both of which are democratic principles Roosevelts arbi tration of the coal strike and the Rate Regulation Bill are both directly in line with democratic tenets and all the elements of his popularity prove the same thing From which this conclusion may be drawn That Democrats need not be ashamed of democracy since it is so popular with Repub licans Mr Bryan came to Louisville to deliver a lecture to the Glenwood Chautauqua and was given a great ovation by the people regardless of party affiliation Agonizing Burns are instantly relieved and perfectly healed b- Rivenbark Bucklens Arnica Salve C Jr of Norfolk Va writes I burnt my knee dreadfully that it blistered all over Bucklens Arnica Salve stopped the painand healed it without a scar Also heals all wonnds and sores 25c at TE PaulPs druggist w The older a man is the farther He could jump when boy x t t t I o INI INSUR ANCE COMPANY IiItsPurely Mutual A policyholders Company Expense Account h a s always been the I lowest It earns and pays the largest annual dividends It furnishes PERFECT PROTECTION at the I LOWEST COST further information IFor APPLY Tay W L SMITH IJE MURRELL GENERAL AGENT Columbia Ky Louisville Ky i m xxx x 1 UTICA LIME COMPANY 7 5INCORPORATEDJOHN L WHEflT s Secretary and Treasurer y 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 PlasteringHair Etc Enquiries for prices invited Orders Promptly Filled PATTERSON HOTELjKT esToiMis KV fENo better place can be found than at the above named hotel tis new elegantly furnished and the table at alt times supplied with the best the market affords Feed Stable in connection J B PATTERSON DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Furniture Chairs and Matresses No 527 WEST MAIN STREET I IiiBet Fifth and Sixth Streets bUUlcVllll 1jSDEHLER BROTHERSS116 East Market Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Carry all Heights in Stock SEND FOR CATALOGUEAND PRICES stT r stSUV000 FIELD STANDARD STYLE W ttX U- IGYtSWDKINGWITH GraumanHeneiieyGross Go INCORPORATED IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF Drij Goods Dress Goods Ladies andMens furnishings NOTIONS CLOAKS ETCS631 633 West Main St LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK OFFICE 43 LEONARD STREET Merchants who may want to see Mr King will call the Exchange at Columbia 01matYour Thoughts to Us FOR YOUR SPftffiG r CARPETS fiJSLINOLEUMS ITATTINGS AND DRAPERIES HUBBUC BROS 4 524526528 W Market St LO U I SV I LLE K 1 I I rav lh lli t i f qi y Ji r Jf F 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY 19051Che dnitf01tutYMel1 l Published Every Wednesday BYTBE it ftdairGounty News gO cIXCOapOaATE- Dt t c tiRAIII8 Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests er the city of Columbia and the people of Adai laid adjacent counties f Entered at the Columbia Pcstoffice as second Iwe mail matter WED AUGUST 16 1905 ANMTOCEMENTS for Jailer We are authorized to announce A F WILSON as a candidate for Jailer of Adair County subject to the action ofithe JDemocraticlparty The President has not decided to call as extra session of Con grese and there is not likely to bone e If You are in favor of going back tothe old way of voting be sure and say so when you go to the polls at the November elec tion Miss Corine Blackburn daughter of Senator J C S Blackburn was married at Washington a few days y ago to Mr W H Gale of NewYork Hon Samlt Black of Mercer I county was killed in a street fight in Harrodsburg last week Walter Stalls a saloon keeper was also killed and the Town Marshal wounded Mr Robert McChord father of the wellknown McChord brothers who are prominent in the State died at his home in Leb anon one day last week Hewas I eightyodd years old- SHon Henry Waterson who ha- z been in Europe for the past nin months returned to Louisville last week The reading publIC may expect in the next fe days some able articles in the CourierJournal from his pen Hon J M Mitchell of Green county has been nominated by the Democrats to represent Green and Taylor in the Lower House of the next general Assembly He is a gentleman of ability and a Democrat in whom that is no guile He will be elected and the interest of the two countiE- closely watched There has been a material I change in the views of some of the Republican leaders who are accompanying Secretary Taft o his visit to the Philippines in r ference to the reduction of taxi rates on Philippine tobacco sugar Senator Dubois and Re Grosventor now favor the free admission of these products to the Unit States The Elizabethtown News in speaking of the death of Mrs Carlisle writes truthfully when it says The death of Mrs Car lisle the wife of John G Carlis at her home in New York was received throughout iCentncky s with general regret Mrs Car- lisle was a woman who exercised a very wonderful influence over her brilliant husband and his su cess in life was largely due this influence But for her strong will and ambition and for her great loyalty to her husband John Carlisle would not have brought credit to Kentucky the greatest Speaker of the House since Henry Clay Mr Carlisle has been most unfortunate in his demestic life as his entire fa is now deads two sons whom he tookso much pride died several f ears ago f V f + IVI i Secretary of State McChesney has issued a proclamation in ac cordance with a law passed by the last Legislstnre calling for a vote in November on the question of changing the method of voting in Kentucky from the present secret ballot to the old fashioned open ballot It would be a ea thing for the State ifit would re turn to the old ways R P Taylor of New York the successful bidder for the building of th onew State Capitol says he will use Kentucky ma terial in the building when ever available and will give prefer ence to home contractors on any subject contracts He will also employ Kentucky workmen A report had gained circulation that he was opposed to Kentucky material and Kentucky work men The Democratic Committee of Adair county will meet next Sat urday in this place and name ca didates to be voted for at the N vember election The committee should act wisely and select candidates who are known through out the county for sterling char acter and popularity If proper nominations are made the Democrats will have a fighting chance notwithstanding the county has large Republican majority Japans peace terms presented to the Russian Plenipotentiaries are reported to be as followers L Japanese suzerainty of Korea 2 Russias evacuation of Man churia 3 The open door in Manchu ria 4 Cession of Port Authur 5 Cession of Sakhalin Island 6 Transfer of Manchurian RaihvayIAmount of indemnity is left open for discussion 8 Reported that Japan will demand 3000000000 The Louisville Post has for coen siderable space to exposing the frauds that have been practiced LouisvilleW It makes a great howl for honest Elections but when Mr Kno is given an opportunity to in adopting an honest system of voting that will insure honest elections in which the votes will be counted as cast he will not lend his support to this hone measure but is advocating the continuation of the fraud breeding Australion ballot syste dishoneeselection system have no right to kick at dishonest elections Oh consistency thou art a Jewell inntee Orleafln s tide thPat cases are merely suspicious and frequently malarieal public has been prepared to expect an increase in new cases reported for some days to come and hence is not rendered disquiet by t large number reported yesterday leThe poorer classes of the city who have been more or less distrustful of the health authorites are becoming tractable and now assist instead of obstructing the work of sanitation Forvcrto to tell that when your stomach and liyer are badly affected grave trouble is ahead unless you take the proper medicine for your disease as Mrs John A You Iashad myhearteat I was very bad for a long time but in Electric Bitters I found j what I needed for they quickly relieved medicine1nby T E Paull druggist at Cabottie V v r yt 1 1I No oooooN oo oNO oo o GRADYVILLE oooooooo 0 o- We had fine rains last week The corn crop is fine in this section and is considered about t made James Goff the well known grocery man spent last Sunday at this place Strong Hill and wife of Camp bellsville spent Saturday night with JJ Hunter and family A G Moss the well known lumber man of Greensburg was here several days of last week receiving lumber ofJCane Valley were in our town one day last week delivering brooms Smith Nell returned from Cumberland last week with a theny poundoLuther Moore a son of Nathan iel J Moore died on the 8th wit fever Rev J H Nickolson was on the sick list several days of last week dlvinae is holding a series of meetings at union this week Thomas Yates of East For was visiting his daughter Mrs C Hill several days of last week at this place James Gilpin and D C Wheeler of Sparkesville bought several head of mules last week at fonts prices Misses Bessie Walker Mollie and Rosa Hunter entertained several of their Columbia friends Saturday night and Sunday G C Coomer of Breeding was here last Saturday and informed us that everything was moving along nicely in his community Rev W A Grant is holding a series of meetings at Picketts chapel We understand that there is much interestmanifested in the services ttSmith Nell shipped to the Louisville market last week two caaloads of stock Messrs Lazarus and Altsheller of Horse Cave stopped over at sdsay night on their return from Co lumbia with 28 head of horses mPDr L C NelPs teamster left his log chain on the road between this place and Bliss one day la week Dr says he is satisfied the one has the chain will return it in a few daystWillie Moore and children in company with Press England a family who have been living in the State of Indiana for several years have returned to this pia for their future home Strong Hill merchant of th place has a smile on his face and it is a girl at his House mother and child doing nicelyiheMrs Lum Hill is spending with her mother th week at East Fork Miss Ruth Matson a popular young lady of Lebanon is spen ing afew days with Mrs Ella Robertson of our city Dr L C Nell informed yoUr reporter that he raised a cucum ber that measured 15 inches in length and 14 inches in circum fererice and weighed 5 pounds ngDr Russell of Columbia was in our town one day last weeklo satin g a place for the next well We understand that t drillers shustort time forMisses Kate Walker Lore na Pile Mrs Wv R Grissoin and J L Walker of Gbliambiia spent i t i rl itiii SKS 1y j iii j A last Sunday at this place J SEngland of Sparkesville was here last Saturday and weEwere talking with him about fine and bountiful crop of fr ui that we have and he informed us that he had a tree on his farm that produced apples this season that weighed one and threetens pounds and measured sixteen inches in circumference Who can beat this for apples this seas on L Grady sold last week to IW Wilson of Cave City three Jof young Peacock horses IIhead hundred dollars This closes out about 1500 worth of horses Mr Grady has sold in the last twelve months Mr Grady received a letter a few days ago from an Eastern stock firm wanting him to furnish them with a car load of Peacock colts at a fancy price You cant keep a good man and a good horse own Died on the 12th with cancer Thyears ceased was a strict member of the Methodist church and a Christian in the truest sense For the last three months she had suffered intensely but bore her affliction with great fortitude She stated on several different occasions that if it was the will of her Mas ter she would be glad to be re notLready to go Her funeral was preached by her pastor Rev J H Nickolson at the M E church in this city on Sunday afternoon before a large audience of sorrow ing relatives and friends She andIwith them in this their hdur of gloom and distress Her re mains were entered in the Union cemetery YOSH7uTITe The South Kentukcy Association will convene at the Middle burg Baptist church Tuesday August 15 Several able ministers are expected to be present Rev H M Shouse went to Simpson Shelby county 1 a s t week He will return Monday and be present at the Associa tion The International Sunday School Convention will be held at the M E church Middleburg about the middle of September rogram will be out in a short time Revsts appointment at the Baptist church Saturday and and preached three in teresting discourses Newsndwas at t Monday smiling and shaking hands with realcep to meet isThe free turnpike movement s to be losing grounds The idea of involving the county to amount of 30000 and plac ng the poll tax back to 150 is averageistiment The Republicans over in Pulast anTd e Republican papers of Somerset are saying about the factions the whole shooting match is dirty to say the least of it The meeting at the Christia- nchurch here closed Thursda night There were some 10 ad ditions to the church mostly by baptism Rev Mills of Huston villedidthepra6hing A H Royalty and Rebuen Stat on were the grand jurymen from this section and we presume they discharged their duty faithfully Those who hicdth Ba elYes to I ti T v ti i k l i tirc I Hw kI 7 1 J rXl Buggies Phaetons Runabouts Surreys g I riONLEWISrin vGREENSBURG KY i Has a contract z to sell 17 500 Vehicles rbalance v v IIu i Cwthan ever heard of for cashrE Expects to receive a carload alCi most every week until all are dis 7i il posed of Come and see us V 7i i 1v 7iNtr7 z 7iCgrow alfalfa on almost any soil Write for7z Vrand7 r- rr err riir7i 71z 1 yrw wri riwi Tri riiiwwvvv v vvviI vvvvv II 1 II I 1 wwv k wv vvw-vtI iiviii-i1 1err EA ooTwoStoryd 25 v Buildillgr ire Tc For Salethe store room is f23 xr0 good base Qments and side room all brick Attractive build j5r1 I Generalir7i 1 E I thebest EntE For further information write 1 rice SR tie lie PHIMUPS SOsw71 nonticello = Kentucky Zi w I vvvv i ixrxr IIIIIIIII 1111111 ISduringthecan now return and enjoy the quietude of home life for the next four months at least Ed Leonard died at the home of his father near Hartwell Aug 9th after a long illness of months with consumption His burial took place at the Christian church here Thursday afternoon A cow belonging to John Adams which was bit by a mad dog a monthor so ago went raving mad last week and had to be killed None of the dogs bitten at the same time have yet shown any signs of hydrophobia Quince Jones who is at St Joseph Hospital Louisville is said to be getting along well and will likely be at home in a few days Gwin has had a pretty hard time of it and his friends and neighbors would rejoice to see him well again 1lIlRTS0N We have had plenty of rain for the past week Corn is fine A S Stapleton has cut 900 sticks of tobacco and has 4000 more to cuta y W R Watson isV uttngI1is x W E Bryant has two acres of fine burley which he wishes to sell in the patch W E Bryant bout an extra good cow for 25 A little child of Jet Harden is withsYp in a 1 Ah infant son of A Hovious agorT Holmes has attached an engine to the Old Plumpoint mill T J Russell has a new a line engine and corn crusher sot Russells Store v T tfcvWataon haSp com y r1SYt J 5I i7i i wr EWatsonsJ B Watson has sold his store at Carmel t ratie feetfourOfLakelandthe general health of G P Sta pleton who was sent there from this place a few weeks ago was goodand that he is doing very nicely Kentucky fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 as areIor correction of dates Somerset August 294 days daysGuthrie Columbia August 224 Days Shelbyville August 224 days Springfield August 234 days Nicholasville August 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Florence August 304 days Elizabethtown September 53 days Glasgow September 64 days Ky State Fair Sept 186 days Henderson Sept 266 days i Falmouth Sept z74 days Qwensboro October 105 days t To the citizens of Adair county The undersigned are in the tombstone busi ness at Campbellsville Ky Camp bellsyille is your neighbor and as you have no manufacturer of this work in Columbia would it not be to your inter est to patronize us We guarantee satisfaction both in quality of work and prices We solicit work from Adair and adjoining counties Coakfey Sims Bros Poisons in Food Perhaps you dont realize that many pain poisons originate in your food but some day you may feel a twinge of dyspepsia that will convince you Dr King New Life Pills are guaran teed to cure all sickness due to poisons of undigested food or money rback 25c at TB PaulPs drug stort Try them l 3C t J r i J i i 11 j THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA EY AUGUST16 1905 nwIM ILTv rs ss tvi wAa J xy aqJ + t i4 ILOCAL NEWS i ts e The Fair opens next Tuesday Everything is in readiness It is reported that the apple crop is good all over the county Aninfant child of Mr and Mrs Clarence Bryant died a few days ago l Oldnewspapers for sale at this HARRISoffice J R White of Camp Knox sold a mare and mule colt a few days ago for 150 It is said that the wet weather has caused a great many onions to rot in the ground 16 pounds Granulated Sugar for 100 ash WALKER r Be sure and see Capt Stanley in his gorgeous paraphernalia at the Fair groundsrIOrders for stalls are coming in daily and the indications point to a fine show of stock Mr J F Triplett has removed to the residence recently purchased of MrI Rollin Browning The music at the Fair will be the best heard in this locality for many years A firstclass Louisville band is employ ed Mens Straw Hats Cut Below Costto Close They must sellI yr Vervin Sinclair and Miss Malin da Head Mr E H Curry and Miss Lena Hudson secured license last week to wediMr W D Tarter of this county took the advantage of the bankrupt law last Monday He owes 208773 chiefly to Louisville merchantsi Nothing further has developed in the Skinner murdei Itisa that young cesIsory EWr Verrese William of SUihva ter Oklahoma who is at home en a vacation will conduct an rill day meet ing at Pleasant Hilt next SUd Dinner on the ground tY1 lThe Adair circuit court will commence l the third onday in next Month Sher iff Miller and his deputies are about up with their business and will be ready I when the courthouse bell rings Saturday morning Mrs Mont 1Cravens was using a solution of carbolic acid when some of the fluid flew in her left eye causing very severe pain Vaseline finally brought about relief I have reduced the prices on all Clothing and Pants have cut them to the bottom Now is your time to buy at WALKERS The exercises at the Juvenile Missionary society at the Methodist church last Sunday night were very interesting and were witnessed by a large audience Mrs Shelley and Mrs Rounds prepared the program Horses are now arriving for the Fair Fifteen head came in yesterday and orders for stalls come in daily Several SouthernIsec tion this week Mr Dick Bryant of Craycraft came in Friday morning with this story He was out in a field and came in contact with a copperhead which he dispatched After it was killed twentytwo young ones run out of the dead snakes mouth Allen Pile has a nice residence prop erty for sale House of 6 rooms well of good water garden and young orchard with fences and buildings almost new make jta good and convenient home for the price 1650 1 m JITO My Customers r r I have a new Spring vag nmy own make pronounced firstclass for sale am prepared to do all rubber tei work on buggies S F EUBANK Dr W F Cartwrights residence is nearing completion The outside and much of the inside work is don and the Doctor hopes to remove to it some time innext month It will be a con venient and beautiful homer j r j j i r There are daring feats to be witness ed at the Columbia Fair next week Capt Stanley a noted high diver will make two dives each day He will erect a derrick one hundred feet high and in his gorgeous paraphanalia and hoodwinked he will leap head foremost to a pool of water below Under the tutorship of Mr Earl Me Garvey the young men who compose the brass band are progressing rapidly They have only been practicing two weeks at intervals but they play a number of pieces surprisingly well In a few weeks the boys hope to make firstclass music A special term of the Russell circuit court is called to begin next Monday week the week after our Fair We understand from Judge Baker that it will require two weeks to try the casesI docketed for this term There eral very important and suitsIMr Charley Sandusky who is employ ed at the planing mill met with a very painful accident last Friday afternoon The machinery was running at a rapid gait and a wheel having become loose on a spindle flew off striking him very severely It will be several days before he will have good use of himself After next Saturday Democratic fieldjAtsanguine that strong and popular men will be selected The session of the committee as we understand will be open no one barred from hearing the proceedings A number of years ago there were scores of persons in Adair county who bore the name of Turk but today there is only one man in the county with that nameWm Turk a grandson of W H Turk who died many years ago Many of the older set have passed from the stage of action a few are living in distant States If you are thinking ofchanging yourII habitation do you think of a residence town Everything com bines to make it delightrul Beautiful shade clean broad streets two institu tions of learning a kind and social peoj pie and a magnificent situation this is an ideal place to locate Come you are welcome 500 yds Lawn and Dimitie 5c yd 500 yds Dress Gingham 5c per yd 500 yds Callico 4 cents per yard Ladies Readytowear hatsi 59 and 79c WALKER Lovers of baseball were greatly dis appointed last Thursday the rain pre venting a game between Lebanon and Columbia The Lebanon team reached Campbellsville but had to hang up for the above stated Our expectIoedA future date will probably be agreed upon We have been asked by several of our readers to explain the term new foci as used inconnection with yel low fever reports Foci is plural for focus and as used in this connection means centers or places where the fever is raging For instance Three new foci would mean three new places where the disease had been discovered Dr J D Russell informs the News that he has struck oil in the Conover well at the depth of 782 feet He thinks that it will be a twentyfive o fifty barrel producer He will now shoot the well but it will be severalr days before this will be done as a man from Wayne county will haveto ar rive to make the charge Columbia people who will rise at 5 oflthisfind the moon in their way The eclipse will be only partial in this locality Half of the sun will be obscuredwhen it rises and the dark shadow will grow till only a bright crescent is seen then the shadow will recede and by 6 oclock the disc will be clear again R E Tandy Son bought of Jo and Ed Young 342 sheep wethers lambs and bucks at 365 to 200 per hundred They bought of Charley Herriford twenty lambs at 375 per head From R K Young twelve lambs at 4c per pound From A Hunn fourteen head of sheep at 325 per head One heifer from Clay Bottoms at 225 per hundred i 4JJ t Trip To Mammoth Cave Last week I had the pleasure of vis iting Kentuckys greatest wonder the Mammoth Cave that has for years at tracted notables from all the foreign countries I was accompanied by Miss Marietta Rowe who some years ago was at the Cave but she only traversed the short route I regard this trip and the journey through this immense cav ern the grandest that I ever made and the curiosities and magnificent sights I witnessed could not have been seen any where else Echo River was truly named when you speak the sound rolls up and down the stream and echos back in the sweetest straius eclipsing any melody that could come from a nightin gale or from the most perfectly tuned instrument To be there and listen to the music I think you can truthfully call it music you are thrilled with both joy and happiness- A Kentuckian by birth and rearing having boen brought up within forty five miles of this noted place I have asked myself frequently in the last few days Why did I put my visit off so long a visit that I will remember pleasantly during the remainder of my life In traversing the Cavern we went lover jthe Rocky Mountains and Fat Mans Misery di kissedIam requested to state for Miss Rowe II she was perfectly delightedwith sights and expects to again visit the Cave advising all her friends who have not had this pleasure to seek it at once E 0 WRITE A Tramps Lecture A tramp asked for a drink in a saloon The request was granted and when in the act of drinking the profered bever age one of the young men present ex claimed Stop make us a speech It is poor liquor that doesnt unloosen a mans tongueThe tramp hastily swallowed down the drink and as the rich liquor coursed through his blood straightened himself and stood before them with a grace and dignity that all his rags and dirt coulp not obscure Gentlemen he said 1 look toI night at you and myself and it seems to me that I look upon the picture of my blighted manhood This bloated face was once as handsome as yours this shambling figure once walked as proudly as yours for I was a man in the world of men I too once had a home and friends and position I had a wife as beautifui as an artists dre but I dropped the priceless pearl of amI honor and respect into a cup of and like Cleopatra saw it dissolve then quaffed it down in the brimming draught I had children sweet and pure as the flowers of spring and saw them fade and die under the blighting curse homeiand ministered before it but I put out the holy fire and darkness and desola tion reigned in its stead I had aspira tions and ambition that soared as high as the morning star but I broke and bruised those beautiful forms and strangled them that I might hear their cries no more Today I am a husband without a wife a father without a child inIstrom of drink The tramp ceased speaking the glass fell from his nervous fingers and was shattered in a thousand fragments on the floor The swinging doors were pushed open and shut again and when the group looked up the tramp was goneEx IWarm Where He is Now An exchange thus bids farewell to a departed citizen J He was a man of push He played marbles for keeps when a boy and cheatadall of his playmates out of their eyes He swapped a bladeless knife sight unseen fora bladder sold that for fifty cents bought a pound of sugar and made a barrel of lemonade which he sold one circus day for 8 He started in business andsold bad meat for choice cuts and made a fortune When he got a thousand he organized with 5000 capitalmostly watered and sold the stock at paA When the companybusted it was found that he had sold out some time before When he died he was a millionaire and left it all here It is warm where he is now J ror Sale A farm containing 145 acres 3quar ters of a mile from the public square of Columbia Adair county just out side the corporate limits The house has six roomsfour below and two above porch a Summer kitchenand dining room with pantry and porches Good out buildings All buildings neat and substantial Two houses for ten ants Well fenced well watered two never failing springs a good well nice orchards good wood Many nice building lots between the house and town SALLIE STEWART Columbia Ky Admiricounty t ij X r REV W C CLEMENS PRINCIPAL JNO W FLOWERS SZCKSTABY ofF HIGH SCHOOL ONE OFTHEOLDEST INSTITUTIONS IN THESTATE OF KENTUCKY Courses Literary Teachers Bookkeeping Shorthand Music Elocution and An Good board can be had in NEW BOARDING HOME at veryreasonable rttes i Fall Term begins Monday September 4th 1905 t COLUMBIADeath of Mrs Nannie Flowers Last Saturday afternoon about the hour of three oclock the spirit of this estimable woman took its flight to the home beyond the skies She was a victim of a cancer and was a great sufferer before the end came She was the beloved wife ot Mr G T Flowers and the greater portion of her married life was spent in the neighborhood of Gradyville She was a lady who was held in tne highest es teem by the residents of her home town and she will be greatly missed She was a devoted member of the Methodist church and was active in the affairs of the organization She was a kind and obliging neighbor and was ever ready to wait upon the sick She leaves a husband and several children Mr Geo T Flowers Jr of this place Mr Garfield Flowers of St Louis Mo Mrs Otha Moss of Grady ville and Miss Mollie Flowers of Gradyville being of the number The funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon by Rev J H Nich olson and it is said there were more people at the funeral than ever before seen in Gradyville upon such an occa sion The interment was at Union churchThe News is in sympathy with all the sorrowing ones in this dark hour of their lives There will be an all day singing at Hebron the fourth Sunday in this month Prof J S Stapp will conduct it Ev ery body invited to come and bring dinner Hon Jas F Montgomery and Mr James Garnett are at Creelsboro taking depositions in the Jackman case Mr Tim Cravens is present and is the examiner Capt Stanley the high diver will give two exhibitions each day of the Faii He makes the daring leap of 100 feet headforemost to a pool of wa ter below Some persons wonder why itis that people succeed so well who attend to their own business The answer is easy It is because they have so little competition Hon Frank Neat is now considered out of danger This statement the people of Adair county will be glad to hear and it is certainly gratifying to the News to make it Judge T A Murrell who has been the editor of the Spectator for the past four years has tendered his resignation and till be succeeded y the owner of the paper Mr W D Jones Hon Geo Nell will greatly improve the appearance of Mrs Cordie Rosen fields residence The sash to the windows are old style and are not hung with weights They will be removed and two lights to the igbt put in and some other modern improvements will oe made vi i f oJ i it Yfi xy l l r Miss Pearl Hindman Entertains The young people of Columbia who attended the social given by Miss Pearl Hindman last Saturday evening are loud in their praise of the manner in which they were entertained Besides the Columbians who were present a GradYIvilledelightfully spent Miss Hindman isi one of Adair countys popular young ladies and is never better satisfied than when entertaining friends The follow ing young people from this place at tendedMisses Lena Cartwright Birdie Pow ell May Pickett Minnie Tresinriter Ada May Jones Kate Murrell Effie Bradshaw Ella May Flowers Mary Williams Dimple Conover Mary Cart wright and Carry B Flowers Messrs G P Smythe SC Strange Geo Wilson Sam Barbee Tim Cravens Ewing Stults Fred Handcock R Mont Feese Tobe Hughes Robert Dohoney Jo Hurt Sam Browning Bruce Montgomery Robt Todd Fred Hill Earl McGarvy J o Reed Horace Walker Garlin Grissom Herschel Baker Elzy Feese and Leslie Staples While a crowd of people were enroute tothe funeral of Mrs G T Fiowers last Sunday and Mien near Graiiyville there were two collisions out fortu nately no one was hurt A young mans horse run into a buggy in which a young Mr Caldwell was seated upsetting the vehicle creating quite a disturbance frightening other horses Mrs Allen Walker and Master Nat Walker were in a buggy and in some way it was turned over dumping the oocupants in a rut and wrenching one wheel from the vehicle the spokes flying in every direction At this juncture excitement was high as it iQoked like there would be a general stampede As above stated no person was hurt Rev John Thomas a sanctified Bap tist minister of Williamsburg Ky is conducting a very good meeting at White Oak that is to say that many are attending and quite a number have professed sanctification There are some good people in the neighborhood who oppose the doctrine and are throw ing cold water on the meeting It is hard for us to believe that the doctrine is tenable yet many able ministers teach it- There will be a reunion of old sol diers at the Russell Springs September 1st and 2nd Preparations are being made to entertain all who may attend A number of prominent speakers have been invited several of whom will be present The Russell Springs Cornet Band will furnish the music Every body is invited For four days of enjoyment attend the Columbia Fair It willbenext Tuesday Firstclass music by a Louis ville band fine display of stock and many outside attractions one of which will be Capt S yin his highdiving acts ff e fjiit 6 i 1 tc j v tt 1jiIf V Meet us at the Fair Tuesday rBe at the Fair next weekand see Capt Stanley make his daring dives Our job presses turned out 35G40 im pressions last week and only worked four and onehalf days 16 pounds Granulated Sugar for 100 cash WALKER Prom a derrick one hundred feet high Capt Stanley will leap to a pool of water below The Casey circuit court was quickly over The docket was unuuaslly light Judge Baker finishing in four days Prof P D Neilson and wife are now housekeeping and are occupying the college opposite Mr Jas Garretts residence During the Fair representatives of the News will be upon the grounds ready to receive payment on subcsriptions jobworketc The outfit for Hurt Bros laundry is now on the road to this place It is firstclass machinery and will be in op eration in three weeks Mr Jack Conover who is hauling lumber near McGaha this county lost two horses last Monday a tree falling upon them killing instantly Mr Achilles Wilson who lived in the Eastern portion of this county died last fiftyjpounty The funeral services were held last SundayJ Pile Bros have a nice stock of Moldings windowstrips and quarterround at just half regular prices Also some other mateiial cheap A few good ex tension dining tables left will go very low 1 m Mr J T Eubank who lives in Ha din county but a native of this place has telephoned his sister Mrs J S Crandall that he will be here during the Fair Every body will be glad to see him Lazarus and Altsheller Bowling Green were in Colnmbia last Thursday and bought of Coffey Bros Young fifteen mules at 180 to 135 They bought twenty head from various par ties from 65 to150 An old document transferring the M F High School property to the Tnsylvania Presbytery in 1854 was found agoIt vens and signed by fortytwo then prominent citizens of Columbai and the county of Adair We have looked over the list carefully and out of the forty two persons who signed the document only one iaylivingMr W H Walker who is now about 84 yew old yy J I I I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Aug 16 1905 j A L EMLER Pres C W COLE Mangr THEO RECTANUS VPres I New Farmers Home Hotel Preston STREETCAR FACILITIES T PYNE PREST x FRED WHARDWICK SECTY TREAS W T PYNL MILL ana surrL 60 J ESTABLISHED 18611NCORPORATED 1889 ANt MACHINISTS Builders of Flour Grist Cement Mills- Distilleries and Rock Crushers r REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED To ago 1301 THIR TEE TH and STS BUYING UP THE BUYERS ll fhis Evil Practice Is Growing Corn mon in the Business Circles af Germany Washington Bribing employes who act as buyers for mercantile houses or who in the capacity of salesman or saleswoman attend to customers in retail shops especially in the depart ment stores says United States Con sul General Guenther Frankfort is an abuse which has grown in Ger many for some years and has caused rcauy complaints in business circles It has become so serious that the chambers of commerce and other mer cantile bodies have considered it necessary to discuss measures for re Jief The commercial traveler or representative of the manufacturer who wishes to sell to the retail dealers will in many cases pay employes of the latter commissions in considera tion for giving the goods of the brib ing house the preference showing them to the customers in the shops and keeping the goods of other firms out of view Some of the large retail firms employ men or women to purchase supplies others when ordering consult their salespeople as to making selections This practice of bribing extends to other branches of business A case has just been decided by the supreme court of appeals at Cologne where the technical manager of a carbuilding concern was discharged by the com pany which had employed him because he accepted a commission from a firm for which he procured orders The manager claimed that such gifts that is percentages paid him in money were customary and worked no injury to his employers but the court held that the action constituted a gross breach of trust and that the manager was in duty bound to study the inter est of his employers and not to be in fluenced by selfish considerations The lower court decided against the man ager and the supreme court of appeals r affirmed the decision tPhre Men KilleJ in a Mine Tiniontown Pa July 7Five men were killed and one injured in an ex plosion of dynamite in the mine of the Taylor Coal and Coke Co near here The victims of the accident are all for signers MURDERESS IN TROUSERS Declares She Killed False Lover and jHis Wife and Then Dis appears Baltimore idA remarkable story rof love and revenge was told hereby woman found in mans clothing Har vey McGill a Baltimore county farmer saw what he supposed to be a man ly ing unconscious on a dump just outside the city In giving assistance the farm er discovered that the sickperson in corduroy trousers and rough coat and shirt was a woman Upon recovering from the f ainting spell in which the farmer found her the woman who is about 35 years old begged him not to reveal her sex Then She told him that she was a native of Mexico Her mother was a Mexican her father American When a young woman she fell in love with an Amer jcan He promised to marry her the day was set but he disappeared She determined to find him and after along search located him in another town Hew married Infuriated by her discov ery she procured a pistol and killed him a1dhis wife Since then she had bee ja fugitive and had traveled through th southern states McGill tried to detain the woman bu She hurried away after tellingher story He informed the police who Bunted in vain for the woman I d7 lX i 1 f a 400422 E MARKET ST Above LOUISVILLE KY o west Squipt 5100 Vet Dag Dotet in tbe Tflmtefc States FO ALL PARTS OF CITY W MILLWRIGHTS Jobbing Work Solicited New and Sheet Iron and Tank Work I LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY MAIN RARE OLD BOOK SOLD Perfect Copy of King Richard III Printed in 1605 Bought foryS8 I750May Come to America New YorkA perfect copy of the fourth quarto edition of Shakespeares Tragedie of King Richard the Third has been sold at Sothebys for 8750 to A Jackson and it is understood that it will come to America accord ing to a London dispatch to the Times The book was printed in 1605 by Thomas Creede and was sold by Matthewe Lawe Dwelling in Paules Church Yard at the Signe of the Fox Near S Austins Gate It consists of 46 leaves It is believed that only two other copies of this edition exist One is in the British museum and the other sold by Mr Lilly to Mr Halliwell wasI erward HalliwellPhillipps and the Bodleian library at Oxford The example sold is of special inter est because in five places anautograph of William Penn is found The signa ture is probably that of the celebrated admiral father of the fpunder of Pennsylvania THROWN INTO BULL RING Drunken Man Who Causes Goring of Matador Cast to Certain Death by the Spectators City of Mexico A drunken spectator who was responsible for the goring ofI Sylverio Chico a famous matador was torn to pieces at a bull fight in Durango Five bulls had been killed by Chico and he had exhibited such skill that the thousands of spectators in the amphiI theater were wild with sixth and last bull of the exhibition proved to be particularly large and fierce and the cleverness of the matador in playing the animal gained him fresh applause Just as he lunged forward his sword penetrating the heart of the animal a drunken man hurled apiece of iron pipe The pipe struck the matador on the head and he fell in front of the bull The enraged animal was upon him in an instant and succeeded in goring him six times As soon as the people realized what had happened there was a rush for the drunken offender was thrown into the ring and there HeI to pieces NEW WAR TERRORI Dunnite Explosive Invented by American Naval Officer Causes Havoc New YorkThat a 12inch shell loaded with only a small charge of dunnite the worlds most effective ex plosive will crumple in the side of the heaviest armorclad vessel though the shell fall short of its mark by 20 feet has just been demonstrated at the beginning of a series of tests at theI government proving grounds at Sandy Hook The great value of this explosive lies in the fact that the shellwill pierce armor plate and explode in the interior of a vessel The explosive substance is named after its inventor Maj Beverly W Dunn U S A and is a closely guard ed government secret Foreign nations have sought in vain to learn of its composition Servant Girls in Demand The demand for girls for general housework in Chicago is much larger than the supply Managers of a number of the large employment bureaus in theneveryeweek more ca t Thetallrwork popu lar demand i h Ur f THEWORKOFAMOB a Seven ManrHanged to Telegraph Poles Near Watkinsville Ga TO WIPE OUT LAWLESSNESS The Victims Were Taken From Jail at Midnight and Quietly Marched to Place of Execution The Sheriff Living a Mile From the Prison Knew Nothing of the Oc currence Until MorningResi dents Were Surprised Watkinsville Ga j IA mol hanged seven negroes and one white man near here in an effort to wipe out lawlessness in this community The mob left quietly after doing its work and none of its members came towards Athens It is believed that the men came from neighboring coun ties as the report was brought to Vat kinsville by A N Bostwick of Mor gan county that a mob was likely to attack the jail This rumor however was not given much credence The purpose of the mob was accomplished so quietly that the sheriff who lives ofIresidents occurrence of Watkinsville were taken completely by surprise The impelling cause of the lynching without doubt was the attempted rape by San dy Price which excited the people all over this section jailjhad been prepared in advance and there hanged Later the bodies were riddled with bullets The lynched men were Lew is Robertson Rich Robertson Sandy Price Claude Elder Bob Harris Joe Patterson and Jim Yearly negroes and Lou Aycock a white man The Victims Crimes Aycock was accused of conspiring with four of the negroes to pill Mr and Mrs Frank Holrook resulting in the brutal murder of the man woman on May 9 andI The other negroes were assaulting Mrs Weldon Dooley wife of a respected farmer near this place The jail door was broken open with out warning and when the jailor emerged he was told the mission of the mob He quitely submitted to the inevitable and went with the leaders of the mob to the big cell occupied by the prisoners At first the five men accused of the double murder were taken out and then at the suggestion of someone in the mob the rest of the negroes were brought out and turned over to the croud The men were marched to their execution place where they were given a chance to speak before they were strung up ridcued theIthe extreme The crimes for which the men suffered death were unusually atrocious and brutal They were awaiting trial in the court but the delay of two months in their execution was taken by many of the leading citizens to be an encouragement to others of the criminal population Deplores the Horrible Affair Atlanta Ga w rIn an inter view with a press coerespondent Gov Joseph M Terrell said that he deplor the horrible affair at Watkinsvilleled Gov Terrell staed further that he was making a rigid investigation of the affair and that he intended to do everything in his power to bring the guilty persons to justice- These men killed by the mob should have had a fair trial stated the governor The governor will immediately offer a suitable reward for the apprehension of the men comprising the mob SHOT FIRERS Conference To Be Held To Settle the Question of Their Wages Springfield Ill tAt Executive boards of the Illinois Coal Operators MineIcity on July 6 to settle the question of wages which will be paid shot fir ers and conditions under which they shall work Until these questions are settled Illinois mines will be closed after July 1SThirteen Persons Escape Georgetown Del Jui 30Thir teen of the 21 prisoners in the Sussex county jail here escaped by sawing a hole in the roof Among them are two life prisonersDulay Maddox who killed Joseph Polk and Joseph Lod land who murdered his mistress Soldiers As Counterfeiters Honolulu Ju30United States Marshal Henry has arrested four sol diers belonging to the 24th regiment of coast artillery stationed at Camp McKinley on the charge of counter feiting All the coins are5 and 10 d x t J a Brain Lqaks It does not take much courage to be a hero in the homelight Did you ever have as good a time on your vacation as you an ticipated It is better to be known as a good man than to be known as a good fellow Some men think they are popu lar merely because people impose on them Perhaps they call them captains of finance because some of them are so rank- In the race for wealth the men who are distanced often reap the greatest benefits Some churches that talk about revivals would better talk about resurrectionsThe ook nerve of some men is much more sensitive than their domestic nerve We have never heard of a businessman going to a pool hall in search of an office boy This would be a dreary world indeed if there were no rainbows to chase occasionally Salvation is to be had for the asking but it costs work and money and sacrifice to retain it UPeople who have children of their own are always slow to ad vise others how to raise their childrenSome people manufacture cross es for the satisfaction of thinking that they are earning crowns by carrying them iThe man who contends that the world is growing worse is merely looking at it through spectacles that are mentally fogged tit areIare over the July deficit is less than 14 000000 This is 3000000 lessI than the deficit of last The officials reason that on this basis July deficits will cease in t five years more But at the present rate the available cash for meeting those deficits will be exhausted before the expiration of five years Perhaps the Treas ury officials are hopeful of mak ing a stake by putting salt on the ails of some of the birds to which so much money has been thrown the last few years A Fool and His Money The Good Book says A fool and his money are soon parted Such being the case in a brief space of time Scotty of special train fame wont have a red cent In the language of the immortal BuTNye a fool has come out of the West His name is Walter Scott not he of the novelistic fame however but a miner from the dreary waste of Death Valley where he claims to have a gold mine of inexhaustable richness Scott recently paid 9000 for a twain that could make fast time across the continent and after wards visited New York where he out Carnegied Carnigie in at tempting to separate himself from his wealth This week he visit ed Cincinnati and did Coal Oil Johnny stunts that astonished the natives He purchased vast quantities of champagne for everyone in sight and there were a number always in sight This kind of business will be of short duration and in the cold grey dawn of the sweet subse quently is going to wake up not famous as he fondly hopes but broke dead broke A letter from J F Logan Macomb Ill enclosing one dollar for the News says Times are very good here I am going out in Kansas soon prospecting Mr countyaInumber of years ago stay in the West has been reasonably prosperous i yI Hardware J flardwoT A full and goodsEverythingWE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF SKDDLES 7SND HARNESS And all Leather Goods of this order If you need a WAGON or BUGGY You can get it on short notice We have a cellar full CALL WHEN IN NEED OF b Stovea Pipe or ofbFftltMING MftCHINelty We have recently added a full line of PAINTS and OILS THEI411LITJiD PAINT I have no superior Our line of Guns and Ammunition is up to the demands W F JEFFRIES SON Quick Quick Quick Well I should SAY This mornings orders we ship TODAY e We make this our rule on all STOCK goods When you need V 0 Sash Doors Blinds H mouldings r Send your orders where you get quick action x m m jX I ELHUCHESCOjS Louisville Kentucky i In ordering please mention this Paper The Louisville Trust I Company Southwest Fifth and LOTJISVILLE XY Acts as Executor Administrator Trustee Guardian Assignee etc and as agent and attorney 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 bUrgI iarproof vaults in the entire Soutn Takes care of Silverware and other valuable property n its capacious fireproof storage vaults Pays interest on deposits in its Savings Department and compounds the interest semi annually Takes charge of real estate collects rents pays taxes insurance etc and mekes sales of improved and unimpaoved prperty Acts as agent and attorney for nonresidents Man agement of estates a specialty Acts as TrusteeIRegistarand Transfer Agent for railroads and other corporations and and as Fiscal Agent for the payment of coupons Depository for Trustees Guardians Executors Administrators and fiduciaries LIME CEMENT WALL PAPER FrRNITUREGook stoves Doors and Windows VOURS FOR BARC INS JOHN A HOBSON GREENS BURG KENTUCKY DR JAMES MENZIES Columbia Ky Corner Market AT RESIDENCE OFFICE PHONE 35 IosTEcPffrJfLion tminationTI r GI TTT 1 AI r- 1 4 I II r R l THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Aug 16 1905 1 f J1 9ry UatterSOQs Cett efromE- urope Will be a leading feature of the CourierJournalDURING THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPERMAIL RATES Daily GourierJournal year 6 Daily and Sunday year 8 Weekly year COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get theI RDAIH COUNTY NEWS An Eight Page Local Paper AND THE WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only 150This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combina tion offer must he sent through The Adair Co News s fIrMt JackofaS Trades IEEEPumps Water Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery Sle Is Running the Press For This Paper- It costs nothing to keep when not 1working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse k Co 519 W Main StreetILOUISVILLE KENTUCKY W F JEFF ES 1ON I FEELING UVERISH This Morth7SAKE A Gentle w Laxative I i And Appetizer We are so oldfashioned that we would rather see a woman pushing a baby cab than see a woman riding in an auto with a jxxxlle dogin her lap gf iifJ y aj 1x vetineru Surgeon FistuloPollevil Splints Spavin or any Surgical work done at fair prices- I A3i FIXED TO TAKE CARE OF STOCK SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EYES SDCRENSHAW Y mile from Columbia on Dissapointment NEW UNDERTAKERS SHOP Russell KI have just opened an Undertaker Shop at Russell Springs I keep ready for use all kinds of COFFINS AND CASKETS which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to patronize my shop J E SNOW The Decay of flings Europe is a bit worried over a mat ter that seems trivial when compared with international disturbances- It seems that a lot of princelings are getting in an extra large stock of wild oats and are determined to throw dis credit on the King business One of them who has recently ascended a throne has given his people a chill by knighting a stablekeeper Another one just at good spanking age has fought two duels accumulated a choice assortment of debts and bad habits and has announced that he will make things simply howl when he gets closer to the royal money chest Still another sought pleasure in such degrading forms that he was given the royal boot where it would do the most good and fled to Paris There he shock ed even the Parisians by his profigacy deal like the devil being which is a good too tough for the bottomless pit There are plenty more that can be put in the same list Well what does the world expect i We reap as we sow The good oldrules mate no exceptions when they strike royaltyThere are not to exceed three terones in all Europe on which normal men and women are seated- Intermarriage high living bad habits and a popular superstition that a person having blue blood in his or her scrofu ious system can be denied no pleasure no matter how insane or sensuous has brought about the sequel We have Kings and Queens who are half insane mentally and physically weak spineless and in some cases degenerates There is mighty little encouragement for the rising generation of Prince who might possibly think of growing up clean and highminded- In Europe humanity shouts God save the King even if that King be a leper by the acts of his ancestors and fostered by his own habits No it isnt pleasant to think about what is coming to future generations in Europe Direct Route To Pacific Coast The Chicago Union Pacific North Western Line with two fast through trains per day is the direct rnute to the Pacific Coast over the only double track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River The Overland Limited electric lighted daily train less than three days en route The best of every thing Low rates choice of routes Booklets maps and full information sent on receipt of 4 cents in stamps W B Kniskern P T M C N W Ry Chicago The sweetest old woman we ever knew had a habit of saying when she started to repair one of the childrens garments Patch by patch is neighborly but patch upon patch is beggardly- A mother is always ready to trust her daughters happiness to a young man who is courteous and polite to his sisters J He Did Not Holp His Job Because He knew too much He shirked his work He performed the easy tasks firstrHe wouldntrbe bossed by any manHe had no thought above get ting his pay He thought it smart to deceive employerHe himself too good for the place He wouldnt do more than his share of the work He imagined that the world owed him a living He would not do more than he was paid for doing He could not see the use of caring for little things He took no interest in the welfare of his employer He began work by inclination and quit work by the clock He was more interested in quit ting work than he was in doing it wellHe grumbled if told to do it in some other way than he wanted to do it He paid more attention to the deft rolling of his cigarette than he did to keeping stock He thought his working hours were merely time to be spent be tween going out with the boys and nursing a headache in the morningThe County Era says This talk about Kentuckys beautiful women their accomplishments etc is very nice but the talkers have about talked themselves out of a job Every thing said about them now in that mood is ancient history Let us hear something about the Kentucky girl who can draw the plans and specifications and build a four story cake fit fora king who can hand over a pie that would make the inventor of pies ask foolish questions about it and who can prepare a dinner that would make your eyes stick out like loose ulster buttons who has all the personal charms God intended women to have and who knows how to darn socks and sew up rents Thats the girl we want to hear something about The Reason Why is it growled the nag ging husband that you cannot bake pies and cakes and such things like mother used to makeBecause retorted the long suffering but now desperate wife because you do not provide the ingredients that father used to provide you do not provide the fuel that father used to provide you havent even the temper that your father used to have arid you have a different appetite since you learned to chew tobacco drink liquor keep late hours and dose your stomach with patent medicines Now you eat whats set before you without any more grumbling or else look for anoth er boarding house i Fraud Exposed A few counterfeiters have lately been making and trying to sell imitations of Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds and other medicines thereby defrauding the pub lic This is to warn you to beware of such people who seek to profit through stealing the reputation of remidies which have been successfully curing disease for over 35 years A sure protection to you is our name on the wrapper Look for it on all Dr Kings or Bucklens remidies as all others are mere imitations H ErBucklen Co- Ghicagq Ill and Windsor Canada There are thieves for almost everything on the face of the earth except good advice The most of us wont take it free gratis v tj- f r Address JOHN SEBASTIA- NI Traf Mir Rock Island System CHICAGO s To the Pacific Coastto California Oregon Washington roundtrip long transit and return limits liberalstopover privileges The rate is practically on the basis of one fare for the round trip Of course if you wish tovisit both California and Oregon or Washington the cost is slightly more These reduced rates are in effect on certain dates in months of May to October inclusive They apply from all Eastern points via Chicago St Louis or Memphis gateways The Rock Island System will takeyou up in either Chicago or St Louis orat hundreds ofother Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service The Rock Island also affords a choice of routes Gn the Scenic route you can stop off in Coloradosee Salt Lake Cityvisit Yellowstone National Park on the Southern route you can go via El Paso thru New Mexico then up coast to San Francisco and on to Portland or Seattle if desired In short these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good chance to see our western country in a comprehensive manner If you desire to go only as far as Colorado there are excursion rates in effect to that section and return all summer long specially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 and August 30 to September 4 Extension trips to Ogden or Salt Lake andre m n at low cost also From September 15 to October 31 1905 oneway tourist or colonist tickets will be on sale to California and the Pacific Northwest about half regular fare If interested send name and address on this coupon designating which booklet wanted and to what point you plan to go Name probable jk date of start also so we can advise definitely with respect to rates etc Send ratesCaGf Name Addreu Leave abort- DstiatiO VVHVJ t I THE COLUHBIA FAIR AUGUST 22 FOUR DAYS X W w- The Most Attractive Program Ever Gotten Out and the ppr t t outside attractions rinddOOmany J tehpleys Band of Liouis ille 8- 3wll 4 discourse delightful music for the benefit of the beaux and telles ooCr co if o me Everybody 0ancl enjoy the greatest Fair ever held in Adair county RememVer the elate O j AUGUST 22 EOUR DAY6 y o IJ B COFFEY President o t CS HARRIS Secretary O 8 lIrr rr gy Mgg the common every day sort but something bright PtTJri t1 ngand the kind thatdistinctive will attract the eye and sell your goods The kind you have been looking for r The News Columbia Ky n aim 000 00 J a a sa fl0CmJcxmxxtwo- i tr3 tlt r I i T ww 1rt I 1 Tu7r1 f y f jt t1J i LJrfh- i u 0 JJ4 luXp i t If Yt I z THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY AUGUST 16 1905 if r J1 Wilmore Hotel W M YklLtOREy Prop Gradyvnu Kentucky H itl u4 Better place to stop J UHJ iT fbt iboed named hotel GOtu api 04flis and a firstclass tibt at eery reasonable Feed stable Htacl r t Stone Stone- AttorneysAtLaw JAMESTOWN KENTUCKY ioWill practice in the courts in this and adjoining counties 0 Special attention given collections JOHN EUBANK BLACKSMITH AND- vVOODVORIMAN ii CANE VALLEY KENTUCKY Horse shoeing and Buggy repairing specialities Give him a call Satisfaction guaranteed NOTICE WE ARE NOW READY TO DO ANY KIND Blacksmithing horseshoeing and wood work all kinds of Buggy Carriage and Wagon Repairing We are also prepared to apply all kinds of new RUBBER TIRE We keep a stock of the best material and re pairs Work done at our shoplis guaranteed in workmanship and prices Shop located on depot street near Main Give us a call- CLARK PARSON Camphellsville Ky Mar 30 lv aSWiseman Son l Jewelers and Opticians DEALERS IN DialllJuds Lbils 8t01138 Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line No 132 West Market bet 1st and 2nd Opposite Music Hal- lJLOLSWLLE KENTUCKY New Machine Shop AT ESTO KY Equipped with the best modern Uptodate fflacMne Tools I am prepared to do any kind of work on your engine that it may require and do it in a first class workmanlike manner Satisfaction guaran teed and prices will be rightthe lowest consistent with first class work Try me and be convinced I use the very best soft Gray Iron Castings for Cylinder Rings and Valve work and Piston Heads Which is the b stfor the purpose known I carry a line of Shafting and Pipeing and a com plete line of brass trimmings viz Injectors Lubricators Valves Oil Cups Etc Bring on your Engine work Machinery work a specialty 1 am located 3 miles west of Jamestown in Russell Co on the Columbia road cu A J4EliM THE Morrisianna Water THAT RESTORES THE OLD TO THEIR YOUTH AGAIN This excellent Summer Resort situ ated five miles from Campbeilsville Ky on the Greensburg road is now ready for business and amply able to take care of all comers The Excellent Medical Properties of this Water is gaining for it a wide rep utation It is making many wonderful- cures of Chronic Cases that have been pronounced by many eminent physicians incurableIT ES Sick Headache Insomnia Dyspepsia Catarrh of Stomach aridI Bowels Diseases of the Liver Jaundice 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 dears the complexion and makes one feel young again Trans can be easily secured at Campbellsville from liverymen who meet all day The terms are reasonable For furth er information write J C MORRISON Props Campbeilsville Ky f irtt r t t VS S e 44 jVVCORRESPONPENa I ADAIR ANt ADJOINTNG C 0 U N S+ + +++ ++ ++ ++ 4o C7NE- tLLey- Born to the wife of Lucian Turner on the9tlia1 pound boyMrs Harriet Page is quite ill with flux at this writing ftMrs F P Rice and Mrs Claud Callison of this place are visiting in St Marys this week Messrs June Rodgers and Marshall Lewis of Greensburg traveling men were here calling on the trade Tuesday Mr Corbin of New Haven Ky representing Neat Richard son Drug Co was here the 10th- I P Flinn the wellknown timber man purchased 1000 worth of timber from Messrs Lu ther Murray W B Page and B B Vaughan last week Mr Jacob Bault who has been reported quite sick for several weeks past is said to be improv ing slowly but not out of dan ger yet F P Rice purchased a nice pair of mules of Massie Co of Co lumbia one day last week con sideration 320 J G Sublett who has been improving from a severe attack of fever is able to sit up some What about filling up some of those mud holes Mr Road Overseer Now would be a mighty good time dont you think so For the past weeks there have been but few days of sunshine in this locality Plenty ofrains all along and crops look fine A good many farmers are done topping tobaccoVThere are plenty of watermelons on the InarketIMassie Co of near here shipped several car loads of sheep last week Burr Gilpin of Campbeilsville paid our merchants a call on the 9th Mr Dan Curd with J M Rob inson Norton Co was here last Monday and Tuesday S C Neat representing Otter Co of Louisville was here last Friday Mr Harry Shader and wife of Springfield Ky representing Frank A Mennes Candy Co gave our town a pleasant call last Friday the 11th Mr Oma Goode of Campbeils ville popular tinware salesman was with us one day last week Mr Braxton Massie of Colum bia was here last Friday on bus iness RUSSELL SPRINGS There are some cases of sick ness here but all seem to be somewhat improved The series of meetings at the Baptist church has closed with no additions to the church The Old Soldiers Reunion which is to be held here Septem ber the 1st and 2nd piomises to be a success Besides the usual feast and other exercises engaged in by the old veterans a number of good speakers have been engaged to address the people A large crowd and a good time for all is expected Mr Benjamin Wilson who has just completed a store house in the East encTof town informs us that he willhave a full line of groceries on hand in a few days Mr Green B Smith a former resident of this county who has been living at Columbia for some time has purchased the Vaughan r t l8l ikVV VV 7 I VVV jV hotel and expects toJmove in a short time with thelintention of making this his home He is a goodman and we are glad to have him as a citizen We be lieve that he is the rightJman in the right placeI Mr W A Hatfield and wife of Jabez Ky were at the bedside of their son A A Hatfield last Faidayand Saturday Students have already begun making arrangements to enter school here as soon as the Fall term opens in September 4e IRlilNS STORE The millet crop in this vicinity- is very fine Our farmers are preparing to sow a large crop of wheat IThe roads are almost impas sible owing to so much stave haulingVA W Gadberry and wife were here last SundayI Dr Hammond and family visited his father Jonas Hammond at Royalton last Sunday Jim Roe Roy is rejoicing over the advent of a new boy There is also a new girl at General EadsVMrs James Withers isA very sickJohn Lowe was hereyesterday takingorders for shoes Wesley Eads and a Miss Lut trel were married Tuesday Our telephone service is much better since a switch board was put in at FonthillV There is to be a Sunday School picnic at Union school house next Saturday under control of some cqlored brothers There will be lots of music and speaking and perhaps lots of whiskey The meeting of the Russell Springs Medical Association held at Russell Springs last Thursday was very interesting the attend ance was small but this was made up for by the interest ta ken by those present Valuable papers were read by Drs Wesley of Middleburg William Blair Dr Hammond of Irvins store Hammond of Dunnville and Ho vius ofRussell Springs also Taylor of Columbia Dr I S Wesley of Liberty was elected Pres ident and Dr LD Hammond reelected Secretary for the ensu ing year Next is to be held at Russell Springs the 1st Thursday and Friday in August 1906 This association has met regular for 14 years and has done much to raise the standardof this hon orable profession SPJtRKSUILLE Mrs Mrs Mary Robertson of Keltner visited relatives here last week Mr Albert Brummett sold his farm to Ed Wheeler last week Prof John Mosby will sing here the third Monday evening in this monthVMr W L Gadberry is on the sick list Messrs Frank andZack Staples Columbia were here Friday Misses Nannie Rowe and Lula Roach spent Saturday 1dSunday at Hickory Ridge Mr Cassius Rowe visited relatives in Green county last Iweek Mr Jason Yarberry iston the sick list Mr Jessee Stone of Gadberry was here Wednesday Mr G H Nell Gradyyille was here Tuesday il 1i Ij1iff1T T fC rf vVStfl 1 f or JACQUES I NO FOOL FRENCH EMPEROR OF SAHARA IS DOING WONDERS r Englishman Declares M Lebaudy Is a Beneficent AutocratHas an Army of 2000 Men Under His Control London Jacques 1 emperor of the Sahara erstwhile known to fame as M Lebaudy of Paris and the reputed possessor of more money than brains is commonly regarded as a notoriety seek ing freak whose kingdom should be restricted to the confines of an asylum That at leastis the way he is written up W L de S Lennox an Englishman who recently had abundant opportuni ties for studying Lebaudy at close range takes a different view Lennox has jiit returned from a years stay at Troja where the eccentric Frenchman has established the capital of what he dreams will some day be a mighty em pireJacques 1 he said has done won ders in a country that formerly produced scarcely anything but brigands and paupers Two years ago when lu went to Sahara the territory was in a most primitive state Now law and or der have been established schools have been opened an embryonic city of 6000 inhabitants has been brought into ex istence many acres have been brought under cultivation and yield sugar cotton rice and tobacco while stores granaries and other improvements have been introduced HeIthat of a beneficent autocrat He has installed Frenchmen at the head of the various departments who are practical men and good organizers Jacques maintains a harem but he does so solely because to obtain respec for his authority he finds it necessary to conform to the customs of his people He wants no outside interference and discourages the settlement of foreign ers until he has more fully developed the commercial resources of the coun try There is now under the emperors rule about 1000 square miles and a pop ulation of something like 12000 people Through his domains constantly pass camel trains from Central Africa to Morocco Before he appeared they were subject to constant depredations by brigands Jacques 1 extracts tribute from them but in return gives them military escort watering privileges and protectionThe army is composed of 2000 men each with a camel and a re serve force of 600 Every soldier is well equipped with modern small arms These men as well as everybody in the empire can always count on plenty to eat which is something they could never do before The national faith is Mohammedan which Lebaudy nominally professes although he is really a Catholic pomplandArab mind with his importance Agri culture is the foundation of Lebaudys scheme of empire I expect to hear of his exporting wheat in another year When Lebaudy visits Europe his as sumption of imperial dignity is always ridiculed but on these trips he is by no means the fool some people take him for and drives some shrewd bargains in the purchase of supplies He is working along the right line QUEEN WEARS FEW JEWELS Alexandra of England Sets a New Fashion Which Society Will Follow LondonQueen Alexandra has of late begun to set a fashion which is causing consternation to millionaire women and jewelers She wears few jewels and these of the simplest It is said in court circles that the queen is tired of the ostentatious display of gorgeous jewels in which American women have had so great a part Recently at the opera it has been noticable that the queen had only a quiet pearl collar or a small diamond ornament while the women in the surrounding boxes flashed like miniature lighthouses The royal circle is gradually following the queens example so it is expected that fashionable women will soon be dis tinguishable by the absence of ostentation in jewels The king of Spain is not of Queen Al exandras way of thinking He has an intense love of gems and was never done exclaiming over the magnificence of the display of jewels at the gala perform ance at the opera Ashe specially loves sapphires the queen asked Mrs Mackays jeweler to show the young king Mrs Mackays famous sapphire set and he was so delighted that h8 took a sketch of the ornaments intending to get them duplicated for hisfuture bride Mutual Admiration Emperors The emperor of Abyssinia has deco rated the kaiser with the star of Ethiopia and sent him a number of presents The emperor of Morocco has sent word that the kaiser can bor row his auto any time he wants it and the emperor of Timbuctoo wants to exchange photographs These are great days among the emperors oilKust Be Good ShotsV At Rye NVY the constables stop swiftly moving automobiles by shoot ing holes in the tires They must have some expert wing shots on thiRye f i i j d id t J f if JVVVV VV eutbz j411ceethjes4V Prices are Good Terms are Better the BeSt You are assured of proper Instruction Supplies and Accessories Get a Siiuser Guarantee to Sqnare LJLU1Yi51A lttj ULtY Blind HeadacheIIAbout a year ago writes Mrs Mattie Allen of IIi23 Broadway Augusta Ga I with blind sick headaches and backaches and could get no relief until I tried WINECARDUIV A NonIntoxicating Female Tonic I immediately commenced to improve and now I feel like a new woman and wish to recommend it to all sick women for I know that it will cure them as it did me rCardui is a pure medicinal extract of WRITE vegetable herbs which femaleUSfemale functionsFREELY wrKttonessfr lag til your symptoms We State Of health employ a staff of specialists lafsmlo consideritj0r besitsts but write today giving a complete history trooblie send yon sellsI pTi Instructions wbst todoto stweI1 All corns Pnden e kept perfectly secret cd reply sent yos itplalnae led Address Lail Advisory THE CHATTANOOGA MEDICINE COT Gbst- taaoogsTeuThJllCKYS STATE fAIR 6 AT LEXINGTON September 1823 flIQ iivS IN PREMIUMS Machines Singer Sewing Machine BIG 25000GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH Novel The Famous DVSS BAND of Pieces For Catalogue or Information GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Kv Tribute of Respect Mr Alonzo Barger after a brief illnees Jof four hours fell asleep in the arms of Jesus and passed to his reward Sunday night August 6 He leaves a hearted wife two daughters and two sons to mourn their loss He vas ac1evotedI husband and loving burden was ever too hard for to bear for his friends rand loved ones He was converted when young and joined the Baptist church He was sixty years old but was active Funeral- servicescrere held at his home LIMurrelliv i 5Ji t 71 1Iff1cr 1j V VeiJ N it pf t j1 fcast Side Public suffered andwswlll 6 IN PREMIUMS ITHE AND Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions 40 Further Address 1905 broken him very His remains were put away by the Masonic fraternity he being one of the oldest Masons in his lodgeV We would say to the bereaved wife and children weep not for your loss is his eternal gain but strive to so live that when the the death angel shall knock at your chamber you may gladly open unto him and with him cross the river of death into the city of God the bright clime of never fading glory and there meet loved ones and be at rest forevermore f t LULAf LTogosoning ten hours to a working dF r must have sot almost as much centS for his half hours workoiu Rsiaflett fIi j t Af ri I 1I y j T