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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c ItI wS e j J I I L bt AitTunnt Nt 4 i VOLUME 8 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1905 NUMBER 43 ti L ALtLL LAAAAAAAAI A AAAAA Ay VVVV9VVVV- o u o OUIt NEW AI 01 ALL DEPARTMENTS CROWDED WITH THE LATEST 0 0 1 5 AND THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS 00111111- Prices to Early Buyers 0t=aC Its useless to name the various lines of goods we handle everybody knows weha e 4e largest stocks in this section of Kentucky oBU E R LY IN SET Goods are advancing f We are arixpus to show you goods 0 S KY POST OFFICE DIRECTORY f J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours weekdays 730 a m to 330 p m COURT DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT Three sessions a yearThird Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit JudgeH C Baker Commonwealths AttorneyA A Huthilerto- nSheriffF W Miller 4CIrcuit ClerkJ L Neat nthICOUNTY COURT First Monday In each m Judge T A Murrell County AttorneyJa3 Garnstt CterkT RStulta JailerJ KP Conover Assessor J F PellyiSurvey3rR T McCafitrea School SuptW D Jona Coroner C M Russell CirrCbUBT Regular court second Monday in each month Judze Jas G Eubank- AttorneyGordon Montgomery Marshal W A Mr- erCfltrRCfl DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BORKBSVILLK STREET Rev W C Clemens 5pastor Service3 second and fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool at 9 a m every Sab bath Prayermeetinar every Wednesday night METHODIST BUBKE3VILIB STREET Rev F E Lewis pastor Services first and third Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 L m Prayer moetina Thursday night BAPTIST GREENSBURG STREETRev L P Scrugera pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayenneetmsr g uightt CHRISTIAN xMPBBLumLMS PiKEEldA L Oder pastor Services is e c on d and J Fourth Sundays in each month Sund3Y School every Sabbath at 930 a IIi Prayermeeting Wednesday nightI LODGES fT- MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 93 F and A M Regrnlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery W M E G Atkins Secretary COLMBIA COUNCIL UD meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month v RECORDER JAS GARNETT T I Mf- TRSTULTS COUIMBIA CHAFTER R A M No 7 meets Friday nighiafter full moon T R Stults H P Horace Jeffries Secretary i ioiiRestaurant I WNBrlntonSOn s IProprietor IallIflrs Day or Niiit t COMFORTABLE ROOMS The trade of AdairjUnd adjoiLins J conuties solicited f JEBAN9N KENTUCKY Startling Mortality Statistics show startling mortality r from appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these awful diseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings ilew Lire PilIi M iFlaimery of 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They haveno equal for Consti ation and baiipusness 25c at TE f i VaI r 041 c lif 1 rTt t i ttPtlr t i JYo rr t r4tS j I K it f Fjtf Ji t ttSrJgi i liJi oTh d e ifttrt fII ir 0 t t 11t IitflfI 1YY Ji t i rLi 1 f J4 s wVwVVYT rYYFall and Winter Stock= Special D0NTFAILTQ kTl060000000000000000000000000000000000000000 oot =+ + K t iI LOCAL NEWS + + + P+ See Neat Hancock Staples line of trunks suit cases etc Now is the time to make your timothy meadow If you have no meadow fix a small piece of land just like you were making it for onions drill in your fertilizer and sow the seed and next June you will be surprised at the hay you will have I have a good double barrel breech loading shot gun no 12 for sale or trade cheap M CRAVENS From every section of this county re ports of an extra tobacco crop come and if the price does not shrink this county will have more money in circula tion within a few months than for many years in the past We have just received one of the best assorted lines of Furniture ever brought to Columbia consisting of bed room suits Rockers odd pieces of all kinds in fact every thing in the furniture line 2t NEAT HANCOCK STAPLES Perhaps more tobacco was grown in Adair county this season thanfor many years in the past It is nearly all cut and the quality is first class There is also a very large crop in Taylor county A large crowd is expected here next Monday the opening of circuit court Stock trading will be lively and a number of buyers from a distance will be here Columbia is a fine market many eryIback beyondthe introduction and Crocket there was never better watermelons grown They were large and sweet and delicious to eat but they are nearly all gone Alas farewell to the milions for Sale One 16horse power gasoline engine with grist mil and corn crusher irl good condition S K Humphress CoiKnifley Ky tfIMiss Cora Simpson who graduated at Valparaiso Ind a few weeks ago is in charge of the primary department in the LindsayWilson She is showing a marked adaptability as a teacher and those who patronize her can not have room for regrets Miss Duncan whose thorough qualil cations as an elocutionist were demos strated in the contests last session of tbfe has started work this time with an unusually large cla s She is an elocutionist as well a one of the best teachers in the entire country The South Cumberland Association held its annual Association at White Oak last week It was in sssion only two days but the meeting was profitable and pleasant throughout The representation from the various churches indicated peace and brotherly love prevailing with all the churches The reports showed that the Baptist cause was not oft thevane All the delegates and the many visitors were well entertained for the unbounded hospitality of the people of that comr inunity have no superiors 4 f I We learn that a difficulty occurred near Sulphur Well Metcalfe county last Saturday afternoon resulting in the killing of Rufus Dowell who was shot to death by a man nan named Seek Iti was impossible to gather the par ticulars but it is said Dowell was shot several timesiNever in the history of Columbia aS- trading in reality more lively TIrE have been a number of lots changed hands in the last week and there arefcafe this time several big trades ready to be pulled off and may be closed in the next few lays- auction SaleSept 16 3 p m Household goods and furniture almost new vill be sold at residence to highest bidder for cash Will sell any article at private sale before this date House and lot also for sale Price 1500- ALLENt PILE Next week the grand jury will be in sessionand if proper witnesses can be brought before it it isjjsaid that whisky is being sold atJseveral different points in the county and from the num ber of jugs that come to Columbia there is no doubt but parties are bootleg ging Here The Columbia Band recently organized and under the instruction of Mr Earl McGarvey has been making rapid strides in the art of music malcing We authorized to state that the band will appear on the puoiic square one evening this week and give a few of its choice pieces The Monticello Fair was held last week and the attendance was heavy from sart to finish As we are informed it was a success in every particular and the people witnessed some of the swiftest running ever seen in that see tion by thoroughbreds Mr N M Tutt our real estate man has recently got control of a mouse colored pony whose good graces point to safety and pleasant going The pony is a good one beyond doubt but he seems to be heavily loaded some times when trying to do the saddle act under the aforesaid mentioned gentleman Neat Hancock Staples havean at tractive ad in fhis issue which you will do well to read This firm is in touch with the needs of this part of the State and are moving in progressive lines Watch their advertisements in the News if you wont to keep in touch with their bargains It all depends upod how you live and ake1theright and it is the cornerstone of the State The better the home life of the people the better the State The fam fly of simple living and high ideals is something to be desired it is a rallying center for its neighborhood its influence extends beyond the confines of its home and where ther are many of them the correqtivels found for tendencies sub- verSive of good order and good citizenship There is no glace like home if it is a home no name half so de rItmay not be fashionably furnished tQut if all ia peace it is heftvett tQJ4e womanwhopreaidea over it F i t j J V rX G I f V f t lf o th ijliit fl Jf1Y i f J1 tVfL i t ofIr1 1tt It j Next week we will publish the speech delivered by Hon Jas F Montgomery of this place in tie Constitutional Convention opposing the secret ballot sys tern It should be read by the supporters of the News and they should vbte at the November election jn accordance to the sentiment expressed Sandusky Bros W R Myers and W H GifiwiIlinstall a planing mill and within a snort time will be in position to furnish any kind of dressed lumber All parties connected with this plant are experienced men in the business except Mr Gill buthe is a man full of energy and will prove a valuable man from the beginning Thereis no such thing as mans rights gfijSwomans rights separate and dis r from each other Womans rights are imply human rights The sexesI belopg to each other what helgis the other what elevates either up liftst both Man is tIre outdoor and wom m the indoor partner in the firm of humanity Columbia is the growing city of the Green river section of Kentucky About fifty dwellings have been erected here within the last year and we are inform ed that there are as many as three gentlemen living in an adjoining county who own good farms and who are ready to come to Columbia as soon as they can perfect arrangements Mr T L Upton has recently pur chased a half interest in a saw mill near Monticello and has been actively engag ed in that work for two or three weeks Mr Uuton was in Columbia last week any removed his family to Monticello He is a mill man of many years exper ience and a gentleman worthy the confidence of Ill s- It is here that Burr Hud dlest reliO pected of being im of James Skin ner rred in Cumberland county several months ago has return ed to Burkesville to stand any charge that may be brought against him ijince young Huddleston left Burkes ile he has been in the South The Music Department of the M F High School under the direction of Mr C Fredric Ohlenmacher is indeed in a flourishing condition TIe people of this section are never satisfied with any thing but the very Jest They recog nize inKMr Ohlenma her a musician of wonderful talent New students are being rapidly enrolled Green Suit Case i I have a GrenSuitQase co htainiug several little articles belonging to a lady which was left at the Ladies Waiting Room during the recent Fair Owner can have same by describing contents and paying for this notice- Columbia Ky rorsale 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- ibove porch a Summer kitdjeri and lining room with pantry andilrches odout Buildings All Buildings neat and substantial Tsyo Tiouses dfor ten ants Well lericed well i eredtvo never failing spnngsagood well nice orchar good oody Many nice buIlding lotbewee the house and town STEWART r llpbiaK ir Adair county tr I trfjFfqi VL S rL r J 11fi 17tJifl l i o fUUUVED Low PauIsdruggistS 1 Music Department o- fMFfflQflS6I1oo1 IN CHARGE OF I MR G RIG OHLENMGHER t YEARS STUDY WITH NOTED GER IMAN INCLUDING ERNST SCHLECTENDALL RAPHAIEL r AND DR AUGUST SCHEM oMELL OF THE ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF BERLIN AND THE LEIPZIG CONSER s VATORY ALSO A PUPIL OF H EUGENE PARSONS KNOXVILLE TENN ANDROBERT s WALL THE NOTED NEW YORK TEACLER AND CONCERT PIANIST SMes CaaMei at Con 3rvatory of Music Course ol Piano Inswioo vWILL INCLUDE FOR THE lemittari rabcA thorough foundation in technic studies and sonatinas selected from Czerny Loeschhorn Clementi and others as well as easy pieces by our best composersIUtitermttiuite flaurst continues the study of Technic Preludes Fugues and Inventions by Bach Etudes by Czer ny Heller Cramer Harberbier and others Sonatas and pieces by classical and modern composers Afcuaurrh pupils will continue the study of Technic in all its forms Studies include Bach Chopin Germer and and Lizt More difficult sonatas concertos and pieces by B thoven Schumann Mendelssohn ChopinGurlet Pad erewski Mozart Ljft Rubenstein and all other classical I composers r t 1 has made an effort to secure the best music teachers in the entire country and is proud of its inj the past but its present instructorspron ise to be the wisest selection of alL Miss in charge of voice and piano celled in all the country while Mrs Rounds is known to be one of the ablest and most efficient teachers of stringed instruments and organ of any teacher in the land No institution surpasses the LindsayWilson in music and few if any its equal Theindusttial edition of the Marion Falcon of September the stof38p- ages is one of the neatest and most attractive editions of this kind we have seen for many months and reflects much credit oii its enterprising editor Ri DTIQrnbtiryTheb inessinter ests and many of th actikre business and professional men Who have aided in iniikijig Lebanon one of Kentuckys beat ana most progressive toWn are wellarid forcefully set out and If the progress in men and interests of that thrlfty city fait to appreciate such a valuable adV rtisementand true picture of its inviting conditions then indeed there is no gratitude ri i JJvVv L V J 17 r t V v fe V4fc iS 4 1 i r f tf15 4 tilts o THE SON LindsayWilson EmelinevWilliams FRED TEACHERS KHOESTER Ciuclflaatti LThe LindsayWilson PenlandI 1T s f Mr J P Dohoney whose homejs near Columbia returnedJSaturdjiy night from Iowa Mr Dohoney has been visiting his daughter Mrs E C Murrell and Miss Bessie Bohoney Fairfield and Mrs C M Murrell Sabula In company with Mr E C Miirreli he made a trip into the Dakotahs and the HeIacross the lines from the States arid land has advanced more than tenfold in the last few years It was a prospec tive tour but he has no intentions of becoming British j subjectI t Part of the heirs of Miss Bosaline Hays late of Jamestown Ky and daughter of Joseph E Hays have by their attorneys Montgomery Moat gomery filed a suit in the Adair circuit court fora construction ofa deed for 340 acres of land in this county made byJE Hays to his daughter a number of years ago This deed owing to the many provisions conditions and limita tions presents considerable difficulty of construction Miss Hays before her death made a will giving considerable l partpf her estate including one third o tract of land to heM sttchurch for charitable purposes question to by the suit ii whether or not under the ded Miw HiysQwned the landa bsolutely or 6rfltate X mJrtta j t r J ryt4Sfr9 5 ct l II f1 jrnt = r 6li iq1L 1Pi oR I Jt iJ5 tlr iJ kiJ 1J r t NL 1 1 IIJ4 yIt if 70 J r =I4Sb f t 1 riiL d4J f Itl r 1 r J irr i rf r I f I t I Ii i y THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Sep 13 1905 I The Need of Good Roads The ggod road question continues to attract widespread inter ests judging from the extensiye discussion of the subject in the public press The proposition of federal support in this respect sterns to be gaining strength in the country at large and the good t road propositions as presented to recent congresses are being ex amined by interested citizens as the demand upon the capitol doc ument rooms at Washington at tests These bills seek to enlist tothe financial aid of the federal governmrnt in the improvement of the wagon roads of the coun try the plan being for Uncle Sam to supply a sum equal to the sumany State wilj supply to the maximum provided forrCongressman Brownlow in ex plaining the provisions of his bill said that federal coorporation in the premises was but an order to distribute the burden of taxation necessary to improve the public highways Hetmakes this tell ing point So long as wefcmrsue the original method of taxation the entire burden for highway improvement falls upon the owners of agricultural lands and the persons living in rural districts When thet great mass of the people lived in rural districts this was a just and equitable distribution of taxes for these purposes but with the changed conditions of the present I daywhen onehalf of the people live in cities and more than one half of the wealth is concentrat ed in these cities and the corp rations that are so powerful atthe present time it is absolutely nec essary that some means be devis ed whereby the revenues required for the great improvement that is called for should be derived from all the people andresources of the country as nearly as possi ble and not rest as heretofore upon the farming classes who are the immediate losers by ev ery failure of crops and sufferer by every decline in of agricul tural products Another important consideration is that in the last analysis the cities and towns benefit from good roads just as much as the people living along them It is to the interest of the merchant as well as of the farmer to have an improved system of roads in every part of the country The development of the free delivery system has served to bring the people of the country into closer touch not only with the towns but with the federal government than ever before The govenment speaking and acting for the country at large has therefore a direct interest in the people living in the rural sections and benefits to be derived from good roads would be shared by all the people Poultry Notes A good sprayer comes in handy in the poultry house and can be used to advantage in spraying trees that do not have theadvan tage of a poultry run situation 1 Moisten the dust bath slightly as the fowls natural bath con sists of moist dust and not dry powdered dust as is supposed by the majority of poultry raisers Old hens with proper manage ment will lay a good many eggs but with the care that the average farm poultry receives pullets are much more profitable egg pproducers If you make your nests in rows side by side have a solid parti tion between the nests for a set ting hen will steal every egg in reach of her- Poultrymen are not planting 50 percent of the fruit trees that they should Why this is re- mainsl a mystery for the advice toy rant fruit trees in the poultry x L j r j f 7 1 jh i runs is frequently reiterated in the poultry pressr Millet seed is the finest feed for little chicks as well as older chickens Scattered among dry ofIchickens busy and happy for hours Not only is it healthful food but it requires healthful exerciseA poultryman in Indiana shows sales for the last year soldr2000 sitting of eggs at 500 per sitting and the balence was real ized from stock sales This man attributes his success to personal r attention to details We can all get a pointer from this It is quite a task to maintain the yards and houses and where hens are kept It is a very dif ficult task when ducks are allow ed to run with the hens and dis eases due to filth apt to enter the flocks Turkeys maybe kept with profit where there is unlim ited range and geese also where waste pasture with a pond or water course in it is available Contrary to general impression the fewer eggs a hen lays the more likely they are to be infer tile if we can judge any from the experiments carried on at the Maine experimental station There an attempt was made to breed downward as well as up ward They were surprised to find an unlooked for obstacle namely the infertility of eggs from the hens producing the few estx Incredible Brutality It would have been incredible brutal ity if Chas F Lemberger of Syracuse N Y had not done the best he could for his suffering son My boy he eyeJ1sowhich quickly healed it and saved his eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 25c at T E Paulls drug store Increasing the Manure Value The Ohio Experiment Station has been doing some good work along the line of proving how the value of stable manure may be in creased by proper handling It is peculiarly gratifying to the writer Jto read the report because it substantiates that which he so persistently advocated for years The experimenters found that stable manure carted to the field and spread soon after itwas made gave a crop return in value amounting to 85 cents per ton more of manure value and that when crude phosphate rock is sprinkledon the manure a val ue of eighteeen cents more was addedmore than the cost of the phosphate The crop on which the experement was tried wason clover sod plowed under for corn In the experements wheat and clover followed the corn without the fertilizing and with goodre suIts This report is one more proof that farmers are losing many dollars they might save with little effort if they givermore time to studying inessExYour is pleased with that set of ombstones or monument we sold them Give us your order and we will please you too Our prices are lowest You get firstclass work and material Write us a card and we will call and show you our line of designs and samples of marble and granite COAKLEY SIMMS BRO- SCampbellsville t Ky S The folonds Waterloo Colonel J hnM Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Waterloo from Jjiver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter he says I wads nearly dead of these complaints and although rI tried my family doctor he did me no good so I got a 50c bottle of your great Electric Bitters which cured me I consider them the best medicine on earth and thank God who gave you the knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed to c Dyspepsia Billions ness and Kidney Disease by T E P ull druggist at 50c a bottle it 1 1P4 i I Definitions When people are thrown out of workand are unable to purchase the necessaries of life manufactured goods remain in the warehouses That is called overproduction By taking advantages of the weaknesses of humanity scheming men obtain control of avenues of industry and immediately levy a toll upon the helpless That is called economic evolution By bribing venal lawmakers men secure control of things granted by the Almighty to mankind in common That is called vested rights By manipulating laws men se cure control of the nations finan ces and use the v money of the people to provide gambling funds as the basis of wild speculation This is called preserving the national honor Men stand up and make elo quent speeches on patriotism and attract public attention away from the dishonest acts of part ners who lose no opportunity to rob under the guise of law These men are called statesmen Occasionally a man stands forth and denounces graft and calls for a return to the old paths Such a man is called either an agitator or an old fogy Now and then men stand forth and denounce the acts of greedy men who operate under laws se cured by the liberal distribution of money and favors Such men are calledanarchists Whena man makes his living by cheating at cards he is called a tin horn gambler When a man accumulates a fortune by selling nothing for some thing of gulls who expect to get something for nothing he is called a captain of financeThe Commoner Sunflower Philosophy You cannot make a compliment big enough to suit some people Busy men seem to attract idle men as surely as molasses attract fliesDont long to be prominent for a prominent man is a mark for fools Dont try to induce a man to do that which he doesnt want to do he will not do it and he will hate you besides Everybody understands that an old boiler must be treated with care but very few under stand that an old stomach is as dangerous as an old boiler The negro has this consideration shown him His ignorance is called superstition while the white mans ignorance is called by its name Whena preacher falls in love With a girl that crochets on Sun day there is great indignation in the church and the women de bate if it isnt some ones duty to tell him One of these days a woman will commit suicide an no one will be surprised when her last message contains the request to her husband that he put the cat out at nights Of course you have noticed how a boy works his father The father announces that he will not have a dog around the place The boy gets a dog and ties itin the barn Finally the old man becomes fond of the dog and the boy turns it loose They say a man went to a dis- siPated neigbor and said You drink too much You havent as muce sense as my old cow My cow drinks J as muchas is good for her and then she quits To which the dissipated man replied If I were drinking water I would stop too when I had enough V 7 V kf lyyrvS i fJI I r 1 ISG JI Wiseman ds Son Jewelers and Opticians DEALERS IN Diamond dilU ProniniK1 Stones Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line No 132 West Market bet 1st and 2nd Oppo site Music Hal- lLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY New Machine Shop AT ESTO KY Equipped with the best modern Uptodate Machine Tools I am prepared to do any kind of work on your engine that it may require and do it in a first class workmanlike manner Satisfaction guaran teed and prices will be rigs tthelowest 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 best for the purpose known I carry a line of Shafting andJPipeinsr and a com plete line of brass trimmings vii Injectors Lubricators Valves oil Cups Etc Bring on your Engine work Machinery work a specialty I am located 3 miles west of Jamestown in Russell Co on the Columbia road W R tlEIi1ll THE Morrisianna Water 4THAT RESTORES THE OLD TO THEIR YOUTH AGAIN This excellent Summer Resort situ ated five miles from Campbellsville Ky on the Greensburg road is now ready for business and amply able to take care of all comers The Excellent edical Properties of this Water is gaining for it a wide rep utation It is making many wonderful cures of Chronic Cases that have been physiciansincurable IT CURES Sick Headache Insomnia Dyspepsia Catarrh of Stomach and Bowels Diseases of the Liver Jaun dice Gravel Rheumatism Dysentery and Kidney Complaint It removes the cause of the disease Those affected with Lung Trouble can purifiesand makes one feel young again Trans p station can be easily secured at Lampbellsville from liverymen who meet all trains day and night The terms are very reasonable For further information write J C MORRISON Prop Campbellsville Ky JNMURRELLJR DENTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY OFFICE Corner Room Marcum Hotel W E nESTER DENTIST KENDALL KENTUCKY JAMES TRIPLETTir DENTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY IOFFICE IN JEFFRIES oCK Critically Ill Many people are critically ill as a result of disturbance of their digestive functions and dont know it If you are suffering from dizziness heartburn wind loss of appetite irritability headache nausea colic constipation waste no time but take Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It maybe the means warding off a dangerous sickness At any rate it will surely make your distressing dyspeptic symptoms disappear It is safe certain and pleasant Try it Sold by JN Page of Columbia IRB Wilson of Cane Valley Ky at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails 1 I j J k y J I 1 1 I 1 Vr IVrNIrrj i i i i 7 ii iM 7K1 j 1 We are paying the following prices for TimberCI J- X7g iidelivered on our yard In Columbia KvSplit Hipkor singletree Billets gs yg2 in on Heart 3i in Deep 38 in Longs 25 per 1000 ps IPn 72S cc cc cccc cc cc 30 7K I3cc cc cc 3 cc tc 46 cc cc 40cc n 3 0 cc 7icc 3i 3 50cc cc cc i 4 ccX70 J fi V SI7i1 rai giSugarTreeGHestnt riflsh Billets made from good live straight 7i u 7i grained timber free from all defects 7K rr 2 23 In qn Heart t 23 Int Deep 44 in Long C 20 per 1000 ps 1 1 v HICKORY SPOKESAT THE FOLLOWING PRICES PER 1000 PIECES MX Iv2 i wn1 12jj 1 1 21 2 3Q D 8 w- 7i2 II ilvA 4cc 2 ct ccL cc 30cc ccD 6cc cc cc 12V1tI cc cc cc 1cc 30cc ccD 4 mw All spokes must be split from good live straight grained timber free from defects and fully up to size i growthC waV tj MX CoiFc V VIX SIX Vlx Vl V V 71C71Citii ii it rVVI7i= Fifth Avenue Hotel i7 EfI1bttt iir FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY trLtr Refurnished Redecoratedand Rem deled AFirstclass Hotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and Theatres 4 PIKE CAMPBELL Manager W LebanonLaundryLEBANON W R JOHNSON Proprietor This is one of the Best and most Reliable Laundries in the State REED MILLER Columbia s willbeneatlyvvvvvvvrNw f iy Ny y vy x y rx y y iTHE MARCUM HOTEL f COLUMBIA KY IS A BRICK BUILI3I NG OF MODERN Architecture containing 35 new neat andwell ven 1r NP tilated rooms It is nicely furnished conveniently tlocated and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky X Accommodations equal to the best city hotels ThreetV good sample rooms for commercial men i M H MARCUM Propr i4 FRANK CORCORAN M J MET ALFE Corcoran Metcalfe e Math Stfeetyliebanoii ItentaekyJMANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN f HIGHGRADE MARBLE A N D GRANITE jCemetery Work of alt kinds See IJs Before You Buy Trade from Adair and adjoining counties respectfully solicited itt NN I 1 tNW t y t YOU WANT i t Nr J J Jrii L J 1rr f t t F VWV Y VNNNV Job Printing i i ktL v I J J w CALL THE NEWS rro y tY ti 1 f I I JI i J i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Sep 13 1905 KfNTUCKY JIG STATE fAIfIlrf 6 AT LEXINGTON September 1823 BIG IIATvs i PREMIUMS 125000 Irrl Jtl IN PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK t AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 533-i level Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions Famous DVSS BANDof 40 PSe ces For Catalogue or Further Information Address CEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington KlIr Hardware 1 Hardware A full and complete line of Hardware both floor and shelf goods Everything in this line used in this section WE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF HARNESSfAnd all Leather Goods of this order If you need a WAGON Of BUGGY You can get it on short notice We have a cellar full CALL WHEN IN NEED OF Cooking Stove Heating Stove Pipe or anything in our line All kinds ofIFARMING MftCHINeRY We have recently added a full line of PAINTS and OILS THE GREEN SEAL LIQUID PAINT have nosuperior Our line of Guns and Ammunition is up to the demands W1 F JEFFRIES SON1- THE DODGING PERIOD changeof Thezentire change lasts three or four years and is the cause of much pain and discomfort which can however be cured by taking II I OFCARDUI 1 Womans Refuge in Distress I It quickly relieves the pain nervousness irritability andidodginYg period and 11fxe Try it J At all druggists in ibo bottles WRITE US A LETTER usfreelydeuce telling us allisadvicelcure them Address Ladie Advisory CoChattanooga c EVERYTHING BUT DEATH I suffered writes Virginia Eobson of Easton Md until I took Cardui vhiph cured me so quickly it surprised my doctor who didnt know Iwas takingit I wish I had known of Cardui earlier in 1ifeOFF r I DR JAMESMENSES CE- r r AT RESE3ENOE PHONE 35 ColumlpiaKy r E O T opaTIUf suit tiofi anal EXStrriirl t nX1It jFree at- t i- t4 i tt jff r y i TO THE VOTER To the voters of the 16th Senatorial District composed of the counties of Wayne Russell Clin ton Cumberland and Adair FELLOW CITIZENS I am the Prohibition candi date for State Senator from this district In behalf of humanity religion and good government I ask for your votes The licensed liquor traffic is the dead liest foe of all these interests and the Prohibition Party is the only party that stands for the destruction of said traffic The Republican party licensed the business in 1863 the Democratic party indorsed this one item of Republican faith and practice without a murmur of protest andso for 43 years our government has been a full partner of the vile rum power Both par ties vie with each other in court ing the liquor power Then is it not clear that a vote for either old party is indirectly at least a vote for the saloon My fellow citizens can we afford to sanction even indirectly the horrible iniquities of the liquor business God says in His word It is appointed unto man once to die and after that the judg ment and again Have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness but rathe- reprove them But we get revenue from the traffic says one Shall we license iniquity and destroy the manhood and virtueof our peo ple for revenue Woe to him that buildeth a town with blood andestablisheth a city with in iquit says Jehovah But the liquor license system is a finan cial failure For every dollar of revenue from this source the people of this nation pay directly and indirectly 17 dollars on ac count of the liquor business Let our people save the 1500 000000 spent annually for strong drink and the 1200000000 spent on account of its ruinous work and we can pay off the nat ional debt in one year pay all gov ernmental expenses have a hand some balance left and at the same time reduce the present burden of taxation upon the massesYou all know that the only effective remedy for the drink curse is complete national and state prohibition of the manufacture sale importation and exportation of alcoholic liquors for beverage purposes and that the Prohibition party is the only one in the field that proposes this remedy Our only hope is to put that party into power Will you not then help us to do this that this giant evil may be swept from our land Your votes will be most thankfully appreciated and not only for myself but also for our legislative and county tickets The voters of Cumberland and Adair are cordially invited to support George B Breeding of Elroy for Representative and those of Adair to support CC Henson Columbia for County Judge W A Grant Cane Valley for County clerk TG Coffey Kelt net for Sheriff W S Dudgeon Cane Valley for Assessor P V Cundiff near Camp Knox for Jailer CF Breeding Montpe lier for County Surveyor and C W Bryant Ella for Coroner Respectfully Tobias Huffaker II w Select a Boar Now This is a firstclass time for every farmer to buy a thorough bred boar to head his herd with A wellbred boar can be bought cheaper this year than for some time past It is money well in fested to put at the head of your sows kept for pork purposes a purebred boar of one of the im proved breeds says Jersey Hustler7 It is half of the herd and will give you a fine lot of pigs By char81riglthe blood ti 1 g ir r r r t I ii i1 i 1I r r 1j Y J1 I7 jt frequently you add vigor and stamina to your herd providing of course you get a good pig Dont take a poor pig even if it has a pedigree of royalty No matter how noted the hog is how many prizes he has won he produces a certain proportion of common pigs and if the only recommendation a pig has is its pedigree we would prefer taking one that did not show royalty in the pedigree that was pure bred but had royalty in his indivi ual ity Dont spare a few dollars if it will add to the quality of the pig They will be well in vested But you cant always judge the pig by the price alonetThere has been a good deal of hesitancy in buying this year People are waiting to see how things will turn outtwhether the strike is going to be broken whether the price of hogs will be goodetc The indications are that hogs will bring a good price and that things will go on righting them selves If everybody will com mence to do things at the proper time it will be helpful in produc ing the hopedfor time Farm ers Home Journal 1 A press dispatch from New Bishoprsa- loon in that city has quit business on that basis and will be run in future as an ordinary booze saloon The result is a deserved rebuke to Bishop Pot ter whose prominence in church circles gave the opening of his saloon more free advertising than any whiskey shop ever had be fore The saloon was opened in October 1904 with a big blowout presided over by Bishop Potter himself and religious people everywhere were shocked at the idea of a gilded grog shop having church sanction A Warning to Mothers Too much care cannot be used withsmall children during the hot weather of the Summer months to guard against bowel troubles As a rule it is only necessary to give the child a dose of castor oil to correct any disorder of the bowels Do not use4 any substitute but give the oldfashioned castor oil and see that it is fresh as rancid oil nauseates and has a tendency to gripe If this does not check the bowels give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and then a dose of cas tor oil and the disease may be checked in its incipiency and all oilband this remedy should be procured at once and kept ready for instant use as soon as the first indication of any bowel trouble appears This is the most suc cessful treatment known and may be relied upon with implicit confidence even in cases of cholera infantum For sale by alli druggists How to Clean Ivory Wash the ornaments well in soap and water using a soft dustfromupon them Dry them by laying them in bright sunshine keepingt them constantly wet water for several days while they are in the sun Finally wash and rinse them again Never let them get dry or the heat will cause the ivory to warp If the ivory is much stained but not very deeply rub the sur face with finely ground pumice stone and water moisten well and layin the sun to bleach as recommended If f this does not succeed wash the knife handles or other articles with one part of nitric acid and ten parts of water Polish with very finely powder ed whitening made into a paste Vvinegar v t f Ai JL3 i t j T d J i to f t i r II 1iII11 1 IIl11rV vimvvg Buggies Phaetons Runabouts Surreys g v 7i 7i 1 K WOODSON LEWIS J GREENS KY i1 contracttK to sell 500 Vehicles IV thWseason and will sell at prices t h lower than ever heard of for cashInExpects to receive a carload a- li most every week until all are dis Kposed of Come and see us n- V 1jVIwK Culture in a thousand years Will grow xix a57i1 1 I ilv WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBIM IV IINN vvwAli V vI v vi vI V v w IXl S IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN 0 J II is JOHN A HOBSON DEALER I- NFuiniture Wall Paper COOK Stoves Lime CemEnt Doors andW Win d o W S m The Place for Bargains GREENSBURG KENTUCKY oneivi- nb4lR lides Prices are Good Terms are Better Machines the Best You are assured ofproper Instruction Supplies and Accessories Get a Singer Guarantee AT Singer Sewing Machine Co east side Public Sqnare COLUMBIA KENTUCKYa The Missing Chickens A Banker in a Western city bought chickens of a ranchman and told the man to deliver them at his house When he went home at noon his wife met him at the door and told him with great consternation that the man brought in the chickens as he had promised but instead of putting them in the henhouse left them on the lawn and had all disappeared j Forgetting his dinner he started off in no very amiable frame of mind in pursuit of the missing fowls After scouring the timerheving the lost chicks When in a few days he met the offending nchman he demanded severely What did you mean by leaving those chickens on my lawn the other day I hunted the neighborhood lover for them and could find only eleven J You did mighty well was ftlsnHarpers j v J I V ij1 f f t vI durIng the 7i balance ofI Pointed Paragraphs A barking dog occasionally bites the dust A mule by any other name would kick just as hard Its a poor architect who is un able to draw his own conclusions Beauty is but skin deepand most people are awfully thin skinned You would never know how bright some children are if their parents didnt tell you Sunshine may be healthful but the Lazy man seems to flourish best in the shade Many a man fails to appreciate his happy home because it is hap py only during his absence NOTicE TOTE ARE NOW READY TO DO ANY RINDrof Blacksmithing horseshoeing and woodwork all kinds of Buggy Carriage and Wagoa Repairing We are also prepared to apply all i kinds of new RUBBER TIRE f We keep a stock of the best material and repairs Work done at our ahc o fa guaranteed ta workmanship and prices Shot Itotod OB depot street M rMain Give U3 g czEk PAZ80N Cm1f rsr3 JL b i Ii S f r J tt l l f t i 4 t I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COIOTIBIAKY SEPTEMBER 13 1905 liE m Im X i m b m m zm3ltS l2lHa le b ISE j jJ I11m t I LJ6J E1 J i UMDSY1PYiLSOM TRIMIM6 SOHOOL D E d I 85OOG- s IN ADVANCE J u rt J1 DJ Pays Board Tuition and in the Llnds U Wilson Tralnlno School ONE YEflR reduction for absence aliening sickness ior ere week or more I I ILITERARYI PRIMARY iI F X INTERMEDIATE ACADEMIC n r J J FA VLTY OF COT RETENT INSTRUCTORS 1 All rooms in the Hall and entire campus lighted with facilities greatly improved by past MISS MARY P4YNEwho has had as matron elsewhere is now in charge of Hall Business Manager and most all the faculty are boarding at Hall Rooms r are being rapidly taken Apply early if you desire a Private Board in good homes 2 ro 2oO Iweek 2Sj L I lJf It RYN tJ r fiI1 W iI t 7It iI b1 rr rl f j f avMPublished Every Wednesday BY THEI Adairfaty News TED LBAM BARR ia Editor Democratc newspaper devoted to the interests gf the city of Columbia and the people of Adair tad adjacent countes Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second 3lM8 mail matter WED SEPT 13 1905 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Jailer W H WILSON For Assessor l T I SMITH r For Surveyor jR T McCAFFREE lp to last Saturday the total number of yellow fever cases in New Orleans were 2240 total number of deaths 309 Battling Nelson is now the champion light of the world He knocked out Jimmy Britt in the eighteenth round at GJplnia Cal last Saturday 9 1i Sr J y r 4 A primary election will beheld throughout the State of Tennessee on May 12 1906 to nominate a candidate for United State Sen ator ExGovernor Bob Taylor is one of the candidates tThere is yellow fever in South Statesemcholera in Germany riots in Japan and Russia and peace and prosperity in the Eleventh Con gressional district of Kentucky B F French was fined 5000 in the Clark circuit court for contempt of court in the enticing of witnesses out of the State in the damage suit of Mrs JjB Marcum for the murder of her beginingIto lic it appears that the combination against the Democrat ticket is on the breakers Combina tions are usually f o r in e d for generally develop weakness in political fights A man or a party that is willing to surrender honest convictions When a Placed before the public generally loses the small amount of prestige that may be possessed voters and not political combinations can purify politics The ballot intelligently and honestly used is the only j power to overthrow corrupt men and corrupt parties and combinations The fight in Louisville will be a Democratic victory The of the Japa nese in their settlement with Rus sia met a storm of protest throughout that little kingdom and rioting prevailed in many towns This would indicate that thejbulkjof the Japanese are for expansion and cash more than the protection of Korea and Man aJIn other words Japan js tirt 3 l i rrrc Vso TEACHERSCOUNTY STATE CERTIFICATE STATE DIPLOMA BUSINESS MflNflGER = 7ixrQ7 rc e I I 1 = I I tr1 no less avarice than many other powers and when the time comes if ever it does when Japan could rule the sees and control the lands it may be expected for it will be dove No nation can now be depended upon to keep within the limits of t le Golden Rule The millenium period has not been ushered in and the gatling gun and sword will still be used inIas or ky is seen and felt as in Colum bia but while this is true yet there is ample ground to suspi cion that there are some parties here who trafic in it But a short time ago a wagon load of jugs toIwe bought one party ten fivegallon jugs to put cider in moreIon Meadow Lawn The truth is that more emnty iugs c q n be found in this town than the av erage citizen would suppose and yet we have no jug factory A close watch on the express wouldt bSlin-gdou it tThe fusion campaign in Louis ville was opened last Friday night at McCauley Theater but the building eouKl not the crowd and an overflow meeting had to be held J T ONeal candidate for Mayor was the principal speaker A represen tative of this paper wjis present and arda number of expres sionsfrom friends of both MiI ONeal and Mr Barth and according to statements heard itIs this way Mr ONeal w nbe elected py a large majority Mr Barth has got walkover There are a number of Republi t cans who will not support Mrv d l i 1 f 4kr tain MUSIC VOICE PIANO AND ORGAN STRINGED INSTRUMENTS v place weight alleged husband- 1 1 ONeal vote Barth and said latter gentle lose Democrats looks and Crops 000- N Tutt bought several heifers 000 Bascomb sold head cattle 000 Trabue Wickliffe sold Shearer Bros harness 000 Hedger Garnet sold NathanIGarnett family mare 000- DC Wheeler bought twoImule colts here Monday Tandy Son have bought the last week hogs from 4Jto5 Bradshaw bought different parties last hogs cents 11MI Dohoney sold wheatto Diddle Flowers cents Workman sold mare mule colt Wilkerson 90iAJHunn bought Cris Burton mule colt klso from Byron Mcgaha Ior75 Smith Nell bought Adair last weekValot butcher cattle 175 225 o- Coftey undredj Young bought Rt Smith pair mare i tm 875O 1 SPECIAL ELOCUTION ART OMMERCIALI II NINE Boarding electricity Bonding experience considerable The Principal GoI- KCORPOR Independent magnanimity from hold 60LUHBIH KENTUCKY m t p r iI IIfl w f J J L1 r 1 j 11 r I t I r t tSl x r L but will for it is the man will some To us it like a race to a fin ish Land M Jer sey at 15 to 20 ones J A Did dle five of for 75 mare for 125 to a f for OO in 251 at centsIW E of weekseveral at 5 ooo J C 350 ls of at 90 OQ O S J3 a to H H for 6o o i of a mare for 75 rie O0 O in of at to per o o Bros of av of WHn l iJv n f F l j 7 Monthly IN ADVANCE V lL1 1 7k5 incidentals Reasonable q w t f1t7 t experience strengthbut i i J li t 9 1 Ii Stock o Campbellsville J mules 15J hands 300b000- w B Patteson bo twobacre lot from J D Lowe for 300 Mr Patteson will build 000 boughtI land county last week at 5 center 000- W T McFarland has in the last two weeks bought in Adair and Russell 14 good mule colts at an average of 55 000 M Tutt sold to Marion AnI IIN a part of the Sinclair place Boomer heights for 600 Mr Antle will soon be a citizen of Columbia boo Geo T Flowers Jr soldhis interest in the famous Berkshire Boar Trueblood Perfection and Sallie B a registered sow to Fred Myers for 2750i 000IThe decline last week fell heavy on some of the best shippers but a man must take the bitter occasionally to appreciate the sweet 000 James Gar nett and Frank Sin clair bought a lot from Sid Bar bee adjoining the Columbia Mill Company s property for 1000 There are four small dwellings on the lot OdO J H Young has fihased Alec Chevningsj hh r i and with hhit buggy 1Pakes oIe q rigs In town TrMr GHewning ifpi 105f555 o DrJ GradYsobbed denCe ori Burkesvillfei street Yes terda Tai1llorninto x r ir+ Jt II f it f i ltIr it t iy t I- aN iwit 1 tr r 8z ot flt of this place for 1800 cash Possession to be given soon This is a desirable orae of the best sites in Columbia ROMES CROSS R GADS Seed wheat is going at 90 cents in this section = ABil Cook sold his mule colt to Sam Collins for 55 Wm Vaughan sold his farm in this vicinity to James Oaks for 800 Beecher Hadley whose health is bad is in a feeble condition at this writing i Fount Selby and Fell Grider of this place are in the city this week buying their new stockof goods j John Voils who began thresh ing wheat in June is still at that workand has pushed the business all along Rev Whitten closed his meeting at Coffeys school house with seven conversions and several additions to the church The Methodist brethren are getting along nicely with the new church which they are building at Box Elder appointment I CreekJwhe another man was killed last7eek Bob Thurman shot an illed Porter Farrel V hIS key arertthe cruses lead to so much pirtjpjjjedin that community as other parts of our vwherethat deadly drink IM iyde and sold There is a lewKi ey shop on that arid thisis the fourth a man yearsiand county and to u en willbetter- s coine r ti fl J Jl l 1 4R1i TY t k i J I t 1 ict j i I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 13 1905 5 Ibt CC HANCOCK STAPLESSUCCESSORS TO FRANK SINCLAIR ThePlace You Are Hunting South Side Square l BRING us YOUR fPROD DRY GOODS Our line of Dry Goods is complete in every particular We exercise every precaution in se lecting these goods so as to best suit our custo mers and we feel confident that we can suityou- in this department CLOTHING We have one of the best assorted lines of Clothing ever brought to Columbia These Clothes are made up to suit the people latest styles latest colors and prices to suit SWANABRAN Hats Having just returned from Market lack of and space renders us unable to give you an Idea of what we carry in stock but if you will call and see us we will take pleasure in showing you tr through our immense lines We carry everything goes to make np a firstclass stock of General Merchandise In town make store headquarters Hoping vra may be of service to you in the future we are yours truly r14EWV HfiNCOQK It STRPHES Columbia Kentucky y C Ce + + PERSONAL MENTION i THE COMERS AND GOERS a Mrs Bettie Butler has been quite sickfor several days Mr John Grissom of Nebraska 1SI visiting in this county MrBrack Massie who has been ser iously ill is much betterIGov J R Hindman spent a day or two of last week in Louisville Messrs E G Atkins and W T Price are spending a few days in Louisville Mrs Nathan Wagoner and Mrs Chap man called atthe News office one day last week Mr C W Alexander of Burksville was in Columbia last Sunday en route for Danville Mr Milton Hundley of Washington D C is visiting his parents andfriends near Breeding Mr Bart Epperson of Jamestown was here Monday en route for Louis ville to buy goodsI Mr S C Neat is on the road for Otter Co of Louisville and reports an excellent trade Mr John Vance a grandson of Mr M J Murrell is lying very low with pulmonary trouble Mrs Harriett Walker of Chicago Ill is spending several weeks in Columbia visiting relatives Mr and Mrs Trabue left for Macomb 111 Monday where they will make their future home Mr Geo Hindman of the West is I I visiting relatives in Adair county He is a cousin of Gov J R Hindman 1Mr TC Davidson who underwent an operation at Campbellsville tWo weeks ago is expected home today Messrs Myers Gill and Sandusky will leave for Cincinnati this week where they win buy machinery for their plan ingmillMrs S Y Cofer of Mississippi and Miss Cordelia Grant of Coburg were in Columbia Thursday and paid their respects to the News Mr A A Grady of Park Barren county a native of Adair visited his brother Dr J H Grady this place the first of the week Mr Geo Stults and Miss Myrt Staples Mr Sam Wheat and Miss Zilpah Dunbar were atthe Griffin Springs the first of the week Messrs Cosby McBeath 0 P McBeat Ed Duncan and Miss Mite Duncan all of Mcnticello were at the Mar um Monday night Rev J Pendleton Scruggs leftyes terday afternyon for the Russejls Creek Baptist Association whi hconvertfffiat Pleasant Valley Green county Miss Lillie Goodman who visit d tlj family of Mr Sam Lewis left fiei home in Glasgow Saturday Shews accompanied by Misses EdnkiLqwtend Myrtle Myers Hon M refiiI-I Washington D C last SaturdaJ will remai1at homes v ral Wit s He reports every thingeiyqiiiet Ui the National Capital t 0 r Mrs C H Hrasi1 sis1at ofMrCS Harris vfio hasTheen visiting heefot AwlantaNMrpaniedbyMr Harris t iv I jY fa 4 l I A t I1 e ji r 4 Mr A H Marshall the Standard Oil man was in town Friday Dr C M Russell returned from Bowling Green yesterday- Mr RB Dohoney and wife of Glas gow visited the family of J D Flowers last Friday Ilfessls Win Irvine and W C Penick both of Camp Knox were in Columbia Saturday on business Mr and Mrs Gray of Illinois and Mrs Hartwell of Colorado are visit ing relatives in this county Mr N B Miller of Springfield Mo reached Columbia Monday fternoon and will remain in Adair two weeks Mr Scott Walker of Hillsboro Tex as arrived ithis place the first of the week and will sojourn here for several months He repQrts former Columbians who reside in Hillsboro well and pros Ethel Azbill will arrive at home this Tuesday afternoon in company with her aunt Mrs Mary J Blakeman Theyhave been in Europe several months While abroad they visited Italy Switzerland Germany and France LOCJtL Circuit court will open at Columbia next Monday 16 lbs Granulated Sugar 100 cash W L WALKER Neat Hancock Staples will selLyou 7 Bushel bbl salt at 2 15 When some men have idle time the only place they can think of is a saloon Ilr T E Waggener has removed the neighborhood of Columbia to Milltown FOR SALEOne yoke heavy work oxen weight 2600 Ibs 4years old W L WALAER With two saw mills and three planing mills in Columbia building ought to move rapidly S C Neat sold a house and lot in the town of Neatsburg to S A Winfrey a few days ago Mr Ohlenmacher director of music iu theM F High School is organiz iig a class in Musical History 225 for 7bu bbl salt Nice clean salt will nofiget hard in barrel J w L WALMER It neVer rains but It pours The ground inow too wet to plow and the farmers yant tp put in their wheat One of theaatgesrand bst asortcd ijiI F I1 a0niplesc 1r1i1aits6n will ac- iJ o tibt1kor areir djicious ounceLjJ i f rl 49qJ our countiesBalaryO Cottlmlahd Q idt V i l1 f 1 WG l t i i 1i J t t Pi1tl r tJt 1 l OVERCOATS Our line of Overcoats is nobby from start to finish We also carry a line of Heavy Work Coats HATS AND CAPS We carry in stock the famous and LIBERTY brand The world cannot beat them for the money We also carry several other brands of Hats and a nice line of Caps your Columbia Chapter No 7 R A M will meet in regular convocation next Friday night All the membership is cordially invitedtWilliamsburg the capital city of Whitley county will soon be enjoying water works The water will be taken from the Cumberlandriver 1 have two farms for sale one mile of Columbia Also a house and Jot in town for sale Scott Montgomery I2ta disposition on the part of s some individuals to look after the affairs of others Industrious people attend to their own business and let every body elses severely alone 4 It is reported here that a came up at the reunion at difficultyI Green county and that one shot We have been unable to get names or to learn the cause of the troubleI t 1Mrsa overfHugheslarge experience id iUwork at low prices 2t Mr W H Newby purchased of Mr J H Young last week two and a half acres of ground lying beyond Mr Youngs residence for 250 Mr New by will erect a residence on the lot at Ionce vhi ir v good recom mendaiionLforn e board and good pay Aply t Neilson- Columba k Squire Noe who lives at Romine has sold his farm to a Green county man and will give possession the first of January Squire Noe will remove to Maxton Taylor county Mr Kratzer has rented of Conover and Taylor the residence now going up on Boomer Heights He will take possession as soon as the building is ready for occupancy Companion WfIt Johnson of Lebanon will be here next Friday night to inspect the work in Columbia Chap ter No 7 RA M It willalso be the annual election of officers A full attendance is desired Farm Fp Sale I will sell farm 263 acres on on Pettisfork 0 bott U lond good dwelling and ou uildil and good orchard NSONIMr W D King wholsnow looking after his trade in Louisville will remove his mother and sister to Columbia about the first of October They will occupy the residence on Boomer Heights owned by Conover Taylor The Fall of the yearrfe certainly the most economical time for turning the spit The farmSr is now comparrtively at leisure arid he who plows now helps the work next S nngIlurni irualMhe grass trash weeds etc to decompose during the Jinterr Fr f A very pretty wedding was solemnir ed atth0 Marcum Hotel last Sunday aft rnooii the contracting parties being Mr Thomas nusseUandMiSs Ethel ayWHenryS Copley and Miss Bettie Grasham The ceren ony which was beautiful arid Impressive was said byE1dA L Oder Jhe union was witnessed by quitea number of friends j f i i Lq r t- 1i i HARDWARE We carry a line of Hardware that annot be excelled in its class TINW ARE Our line of Tinware is Complete- QUEENSWARE We have received a very large and assorted everybody attractive Hamilton world popular prices FURNITURE Furniture C C ReyYarberry peringMiss Kentucky State Kair n = 0 The above is an excellent likeness of Mr J S Duss the leader of the famous Duss Band that will make music at the State Mr Duss is a young man whose is music He early became a multimillionaire and since the acquirement of his wealth has devoted his and his labors to securing and perfecting the best band in America no instance let money prevent his getting the possible talent On one concert took the famous grand opera singers Nordica De The band Mr Duss will bring to Kentncky certain to prove one of the the greatest attractions at the fair and it doubt bring him into further favor and prominence a leader Mr J B coffey left Tuesday morn ing for GlasgQw where he has been em ployed to serve as one of the special jndges at the Fair beginning Wednes day and coming four days Mr Coffey is known to one of the best judges of horse stock in Southern Kentucky not meaning speak flatteringly but merely to plank down the simple truth that association or any similar one could not find a better judge a man who would stand closer to merit in rendering decisions We predict that his work will highly appreciated and know that it will be honestly and fearlessly discharged Early planted corn is nov being cut and from what we can hear the present crop is a record breaker for this county will probably ell at gathering time fop not mOre tlfnLoO per A Jfewviygars ago a AgoJRl deal of corn was sold4or 10l r barrel that was when st9pkwis lw and a good supply of od 1T hhnds NOW it is diff r rit imttc1aris bringing g tt r t rt r lasfyear tlJisnot be reached b the record breaker year in produc6lv6 t We info rrte bYMtWO Pile that a Company is npv forming to ad vance moral intellectual and industrial interests of Boomer Heights as of Columbia yet so distinctive within its own progressiveness as to it out as a s latate municipality or in other words the heart center of the good old town The company contemplates the building ofa graded school anda church whose swing to some one protestant bodies is to be determinedi fter it has been built with the agreement that all others will giiit the ways of denominations and join in the active work of that one churchv This guarantees unity of ac tion It is highly probable that tina chine shop wiilalspjipc te on thateezy point of activity ButonIyoietbngn- eedful 110 1 contempated and that is a brass band i i1 t t ifit1- fL r i-j Km4 V Jiv 2 i t5 f X 1tjf t t i1 h ffi i 3 tiihiW tl iiW2Ih ci 1 1 if t J f1li id WJf Nt ri 3 f lU 4 3 SHOES Our line of shoes is one of the most ever shown in Columbia We carry the fa- mOus AMERICAN GENTLEMAN and AMERICAN LADY Shoes made py the Brown Shoe Co of St Louis the largest Manufacturers in the We also carry a well assorted line shoes in ofI We have a large and complete assortment and can give you Bargains if you ofI and see us f1 time that When our Willi11 p1ease Fair hobby time In has he best tour he and Reske which is will no as be and to other nor be and barrel but Stock are the part point and of the their 1J call layIofIwere serv ed and all who were present speak in the highest terms of Miss Mays man ner of entertaining By reference to another page it wil be seen that Russell Co are ready to receive customers They have one of the largest Fall stocks ever opened to this trade and every thing is going at the shortest profits Call and view their lines in ever departmentS TIby Flowers Price Mr Flowers isI led sole proprietor and the same courte treatment and thoroughly satisfac tory work will be given in the future as has been given in the past Mr W L Walker has had the room over his grocery department nicely fin ished and henceforh it will be his cloth ing room The room that has hereto 1 theradiesflhis change makes it more convenient for the salesman and the buyer We havejust returned from market where we bought a fine line of clothing dry goods hardware queensware hats caps overcoats We also selected some very nobby shirt waist patterns n silk etc We are receiving these goods and invite you to call and see them NEAT HANCOCK STAPLeS 2t A gentleman living in Taylor county and a very fine citizen informed us a few days ago that he was very much impressed with the growth and enter prise of Columbialiked the citizenship of the place and that his visits Jierje were invariably pleasant He fmtiier Said I don know I lrailrqaditi irt Z tj I i ofJ 0J1 y virt BRING JI US YOUR 4 PRO DUCEj SOLICITING tPupils ror Classes n Music rail Term Mr C Fred Ohlenmacher is now so liciting pupils for his piano class which will begin Sept 1st He has decided to give residence lesspns this year in stead of opening the studio and thisv is quite an accommodation to the pupil Mr Ohlenmacher has studied with a number of the most notedteachersir this country among whom are Dr August Schimmel at Virginia Irstitutt who taught in the Royal Conservator at Berlin and was a court Pianist Prof Parson at Knoxville Tenn who J is one of the leading pianists and teach ers of our country Mr Ohlenmaeiwr returned from Cincinnati Conservatory of Music this Summed where he took special course on Method u undsr Frederick Schiler Evans Besides his Study he has had several years expe rience in teaching and has had the greatest success in his vork Mr Qlenniacher has made many friends during his stay in oumrcity who will be glad to hear that he has decided to open his class this Fall and who wilt do all in their power to help him make it a success The above was published in the Bowk ling Green Times Journal prior to Mr Ohlenmachers coming witH the COlum- bia M F High School Help a Child to Find a Home The Kentucky Childrens Home Se ciety has grown to be one of the greatest l child saving Agencies in America The sucqess of the work is ilue to the good people of our State who have opened their hearts and homes to the homeless destitute children under ourS care Sixty or seventy bright sweet chil dren are sent to us each month and it is necessary in order for us to provide for other neglected little ones to find good homes for the children now under our care Have you a child in your home If you have do you not think you could take another little one to raise and reaii into good citizenship 7 Will you not help us by giving a home or finding one for a child of any age from infancy to girls and boys of twelve years of age The Master said In as much as ye have done it to one of the least of these ye have done it unto me Z If you are interested in the work write for particulars toSGEORGF L SEHON State FiPY Room 515 Masonic Bldg Louisville Kfr for Salc I desire to sell my residence near the public square on water street It is a very desirable home and in good repair There is an electric light in forty yards of the front door All the necessary outbuildings are as good as new and upon the premises is an excellent well of waterand and a spring and spring- house Will give a purchaser a bar gain EW Reed y Columbia Ky Harland Christie son of Capt Nor 1 man Christie shot and killed Will Ed Haskins a colored man near Lebanon last Saturday Ve have failed ro learn the particulars but we understand that negroiasaidtoGreep jCQunty Thefather of the slayier is a native or Adair county The examining trial of young Christie was sat for last Monday and several of his feitiyesin this county were notified d f t r M t l i II 4 f ix tt i Sfi 1 r toCfl Wrc i r r 1I lr lI t i l 5 c tr i THE ADAIR COUNtry NEWS COLUMBIA KY Sep 13 1905 iJ IJ AM EMLER Pres C W COLE Mangr THEO RECTANUS VPres New Farmers Home Hotel E I K eK 2 W T PYNE PREST FRED W SECTY 1 TREA t v 1889 AND Builders of Flour Grist Cement and Rock Crushers REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 4QO422 MARKET ST Above KY Bqutpt 100 pet as mate in tbe QlnttejE STREETCAR rO ALL PARTS OF CITY HARDWICK W T PYNE MILL and SUPPLY ESTABLISHED 1861INCORPORATED MACHINISTS Mills- Distilleries Jobbing Work Solicited New and Sheet Iron and Tank Work No 1301 THIRTEENTH and MAIN STS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Direct Your Thoughts to Us SPSlftG CfltyPEVs tyUGS l LINOLEUMS AND DRAPERIES HUBBUCH BROS524526528 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY DEHLER BROTHERS 116 East Market Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Carryall Heights in Stoc SEND FOR- CATALOGUE AND a PRICES el Preston LOUISVILLE west FACILITIES 60 MILLWRIGHTS I HATTINGS DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Furniture Chairs and Matrasses No 527 WEST MAIN STREET I All jcirjpBet Fifth and Sixth Streets L fU PATTERSON HOTEL J eSTOlAiN KY i JMTNo better place can tie found than at the above named hotels new elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied vit the best the market affords Feed Stable in connection J BPATTERSON UTICA LIM COMPANYy v INCORPORATED WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Lime Fire Brick Louisville Cement The Famous Blackt Diamond or other brands Fire Clay Portland Cement Standard Brands American and Imported Sewer Pipe Plaster Paris Plastering Hair Etc Enquiries for prices invited Orders Promptly Filled JOHN L wteT Secmarg and Treasurer 421 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY e r i l if Jr J P 4 r- IJrR iBrain Leaks Love may be blind butjt usually finds a way The world rarely thinks well of a man who does not think well of himself Work is a joy when the loved ones share the fruits Feet that never stumble never carry their owners far A premature start often means a too finishsA kind word now is better than floral emblem hereafter It is better to wear out thanorust out and unwise to do either Every boy is a puzzle and it is a wise father who can guess the answer The man who stubs his toe twice on the same nail is foolish if he blames the nailA lot of people never think of thei religion until they hear the church bells ringing A man must be awfully mean when he can find pleasure in depriving othe people of it There is a skeleton in every closet but this is no excuse for a continual rattling of the bones Many men whowould scorn to do a dishonest act in their business think it is all right to do dishonest tricks in politics The word graft has been incorpor ated into the language says alexico- grapher And it has also been incon poratedelsewhere f Some men never think of praying deliver us not into temptation until they have willingly rushed into it and begin suffering the consequences- It is wrong to be envious bit just the same we never see a barefoot boy with his toe tied up in a rag that we do not envy him sore toe rag and all Lincolns BirthplaceI Rock Spring Farm the birthplace of Abram Lincoln lying about two miles south of Hodgenville in LaRue county was sold by order of court last Monday R J Collier member of Collier Pub Co of New York became the purchaser by proxy at a bid of 3600 which is about twice the commercial value of- the farm cultivationkIts main value is purely a sentimental one With its broken and varied con tour it could be made a beautiful park and while no direct statement has yet been given out it is understood that the Colliers will csnvert it to that use after coming into possession of it in Decem ber next x The historic old farm has changed hands but a few times since the birth of the great President tt was sold by the father Thomas Lincoln many years ago to Richard Creai and remained in the hands of the Creal family until a few years since when it was purchased by A W Deenette of New York who proposed to finally turn it over to the government for a national park Mr Dennette however lost his wealth through security debts and this farm was sold for the benefit of his creditors MondayOn farm is a fine spring pouring into a hole in a solid limestone rock t and furnishing the best of water the year around It is from this spring that the farm takes its name The old cabin near by in which Lincoln was born was taken down and aftehr which it stood for a iIa park of that city side by side with the cabin in which Jefferson Davis was born in Todd county Unfortunately its whereabouts is now shrouded in mys teryE Town News A Harvest of Billions There is nothing like reports of good crops to excite the whole business world to enthusiasm and judging by the latest information from the agricultural sec Lions the average business man susceptible to this influence should be read to flng his hat in the air with joy The promise is for the biggest corn crop ever raised in this country Percentages to the crop conditions when worked out into figures indicate that the yieldwill be about 2700090- j 000 bushels At an average of fifty 1 L j i f i cents a bushel this represents the enormous sum of 1300000000 turned out ofthe soil by this crop This spells prosperity for the agricultural sections in such States as Illinois Nebraska Kansas Indiana Missouri and Iowa the corn crop means great things to the welfare oC the people but every section feels a benefit from sach a stream of wealth There is a ready market for such a crop as the growth of popula tion in this country has multiplied the increasingLuse of corn abroad provides quick sale when this country has a surplus to dis I pose of In the export trade corn fig ures best through the medium of pro visions and in the production of these supplies big crop adds another factor in stimulating the export demand While corn promises a record break ing crop the reports froni wheat loom prospectrfrom this crop is a yield of about 710 000000 bushels which was only exceed ed in past yerrs once and that was in aboutr750000000 bushels Increased demand also awaits this crop so that wheat as 0 sell as corn may expect good average prices Even at seventyfive cents which was about the average price for Jthe harvest is worth over 500000000 Then with the sub stantial increase in the crops of oats rye and barley as promised by present conditions these crops and the cotton crop will easily run the total value of this years harvest to over two and a half billion dollars Add to this a bil liondollars the estimated value of the hay crop and it is no wonder that crop reports have sucha stimulating in fluence upon business circles when they present a roseate outlookE Town NewsJ4 Hard to Find It would be hard to find a move per fect curative medicine for disordered digestive organs than that gentle tonic digestant and torpid liver regulator known as Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin No other medicine has its specific power ver these delicate and important organsof your body upon which yo av o depend for en ergy to carr on y r daily work It cleanses di sts tim ll tes and cures SoldQY J P e of Columbia R B Wilson of Cane Valley Ky at 50c andiOO Money back if it fails The Shelby Sentinel says that on ac count of flunctuations in the price of cattle and the continued rise in the price of lambs aJd wooWmany farmers of that county e sel ca and investing in sh p F the ast two or three yea here as be a tendency among the farmers to make this change but only a few yielded until after this years price for lambs and wool was es tablished Now many of the countys best farmers are buying fine ewes for breeding purposes and the sales of lambs and wool for nextyear will prob ably be double that of last Notable among the sheep raisers of this county is Mr Cameron Brown who has recently added two hundred excellent ewes to his already large flock Other leading farmers are following his example and within a few years Shelby will standat the head of the sheep raising counties of the State Strikes H den Rodx When yours of etrikes the hidden rocks f Co mption Pneu monia etc ou ar ost if you dont gethelp f m Dr ings New Disco cry for Consumption J W McKin non of Talladega Springs Ala writes I had been very ill with Pneumonia under the care of two doctors but was getting no better when I began to take Dr Kings New Discovery The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat bron chitis coughs and colds Guaranteed at T E Paul s drug store price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free FOR SALE AT QNCE A GREAT BARGAINA Larport buggy as useYeight months and new harness New Vulcan Turning Plow left hand No 14 Good milk cow two two years old and one one year old heifers one stack of hay corn crop Trabue Wickliffe ffis x V GOOOT Our Anybodys Yellow Pine Doors are as good as t BETTEtTThere are no Better White Pine t than ours f e BESTTOur KoRELOCK VENEERED BIRCH are the BEST that canbe produced + They are the only Doors sold with a Man j i ufacturers Guarantee We carry them in J + Stock 5 E L HUGHES colt THE QUICK SHIPPERS t SASH DOOR HEADQUARTERS I 123 East Mail St LOUISVILLE KY J +++ + ++ + + + + ++ t+ 4 ++ NN+i ++++ r W D jWITHGRRUMRNHHNCHHYCR OSS CO7uTPF1NY IINCORPORATED OF I LADIES AND MEN SUI FURNISHINGS W s NOTIONS I CLOAKS ETC 631633 W Main St LOUISVILLE YK 1 NEW YORK OFFICE 43 LEONARD STREET iMerchants who may want to see Mr King will call the Exchange Columbia Ky 4t o XXX X X J r INSURE IN ITHE CONNECTICUT LIFE INSUR + Its Purely ANCE Mutual COMPANYIIts Expense lovestJLOWEST COST 1 I For further information APPLY TO Or W L SMITH J E MURRELL GENERAL AGENT Columbia Ky tLouisville Ky i The man who lays his savings by The future views with cheerful eye The habit of saving is praiseworthy and should be cultivated If you have not already done so open without delay an account in the SAVINGS EPA TrIINT OFV The Louisville Trust C0mPanY Southwest Filth and Market Corner LOUISVILLE KITwhere your savings will draw compound interest and grow into a fund that will serveyou well in years to come For a very small sum you can rent a Box or Drawer in the Fire and Burglarproof Vaults securiXItis authorized by its Charter to fill every position of trust that can be held by an ind vidual and the security ismuch greater I anybusinesswill be Cultivating the GracesIKeeping up appearances may be considered vulgar but within rightful limits it indicates a prime essential to successful attain ment In the matter of behav ior if one wishes to appear grace ful and Amiable he perforce makes an effort not only to seem but to be amiable and graceful Therecognition of what is seem lyis the first step towards its at tainment I With the decline of the kitchen and life in apartments grand functions and state occaeions are being left to those with spacious homes and limitless means But the spirit of hospitality is not dead only its outward forms are Ic i 4f itr t a perhapsHaving eliminated from domes superflous er knowledge of what constitutes the art of living the housekeeper of the future will dispense her adI past and her hsspitality will sub serve more than a single end Nor shall its leading feature be confined to the womans luncheon on which occasion the familyJ needs entertainment or shelter abroaduntil the dread hour of the function has passed Sincerity is the only foundation upon which to build true success 1 J t yx a i I y I r I i t f 1 J l d I 1 I f I tTHE ADAIR COUNTYNEWS COLUMBIA KY Sp 13 1905 t I JIe9ry U1ater5O9S- c Letters from EuroPe i Will be a leading feature of The CourierJournalBORING THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER MAIL RATES Daily Courier Journal I year 6 Daily and Sunday I pear 8 Weekly UMru I COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY 1LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the AftAI3 COUNTY nEWS An Eight Page LOcal Paper AND THE WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only S15O f This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combina tion offer must be sent through The Adair Co News- FEFLING IT LIVEIMSH This Morning TAKE 17AGentle Laxative And Appetizer WJLMORE HOTEL First slass Table Good Sample Rooms Feed Stable Reasonable Rat- esWAWILWOReFRO Qradyville Kentucky r JOHN EUBANK BLACKSMITH AND- WOODWORKMAN CANE VALLEY KENTUCKY Horse shoeing and Buggy repairing specialities Give him a calL Satisfaction guaranteed I am prepared to fix Pumps Tinwork Voodwork and all t 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 J Stone Stone AttorneysAt Laws JAMESTOWN I KENTUCKY o Will practice in the w courts in this and adjoining counties o Special attention given collections l x Vetinerti Surgeon Fistulb Pollevil Splints Spavin or any Surgical work done at fair prices- I AM FIXED TO TAKE CARE OF STOCK J SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EYES S Dl CRENSHAW J mile from Columbia on Dissapointment NEW UNDERTAKERS SHOP Russell Spr ngs Ky I have just opened an Undertakers readyforCOFFINS 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 sho- pJESNOW THE Jaekof all Trades Y L HT7 Pumps Water CJ Shells Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Press For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY- W F JEFFRIES SON Agts Donts for Boys Dont think it girlish to be gen tle Dont call your father the old manDont mistake impudence for smartness i Dont forget that your mother too is a lady Dont forget to black the heels of your shoes Dont wear good clothes pur chased by your fathers patches Dont stay out all night to be up with the lark Dons stop washing your hands at the lower end of the wrists Dont get the idea into your head that cigarette smoke makes menDontt acquiring bad habits makes you more of a man Dont forget that the man you talk about is some other boys sister Dont forget that things you thinkare smart are what wiser people think silly Dont forgetthat a story unfit for a lady to hear iequally unfit for a gentleman to repeat Dont forget that the many lit tle tasks you overlook about the house must be done by your tired mother Ex ti I i r The Beyond Jt qHC1OSSBeyond And yet yet not strange for it has 1TheThey As make it familiar and most dearI regions nearISo close it clear x strandIare near Come near enough sometimes to touch my hand And oft I think but for our veiled eyes We would find heaven round about us lie Tome it does not seem a day of dread And when from earth I take my fight To that still dearer country of the dead To join the loved in that land of light I love the worldi yet shall hove to go And friends who wait for me I know I never stand beside a bier and see The seal of death on some beloved face But that I think one more to welcome meWhen I shall cross the darkening space Between this land thatcelestial sphere One more to make the strange Be yond seem fair Andso for me there is no sting to deathtiAnd so the grave has lost its victory It is but crossing oer with bated breath And whiteset face a little strip of sea- To find the loved ones waiting on the shore More beautiful more precious than before Mrs J C Lenshaw Charlottsville Va Slow Progress on the Canal Progress on the Panama canal has not been what the public would have supposed when the project was taken in hand by the American tobthe present time all the energy and the money devoted to the enterprise seem to have been ex pended upon preliminaries and preparations for the real task Fifteen months have passed since the canal became an Amer can Undertakimg but up to the present time the actual work done on the waterway has not been of such magnitude as to make the impression that there has been real progress in con struction In little more than a year the reIconstructed as yet there is no such thing as a working plan and although a lock and dam canal has been authorized c by Congress the sea lev el plan is still a mooted question Perhaps the public should not be impatient but the public knows its failing it is not very patient Elizabethtown News An Honor Long Deferred In every newspaper we pick up we are sure to find a lot of gush about the man behind the gun the man behind the buzz saw and the theIman behind the times and th man behind the rents the man behind the plow shares and the man behind the fence the man behind the whistle and the man behind the bars the man behind the kodak and the man behind the cars and the man behind the whispers and the man be hind his fists and everything be hind has entered on the list But theve skipped another fellow of whom nothing has boen said the fellow who is even or a lit paysforalways signed hes blamed sight more important than the man who is behind All we ed hors and merchants and the whole commercial clan are in debted for existance to this hon est fellowman He keeps use all in business and his town is never dead and so wetake our hat off to the man that is ah adEx y i f it f f IOpporturli ies In California in the Orient is opening up t multipliedI I There will soon be a tremendous increase in jtJje trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far East Big opportunities for the man who lives there r Whynot look tie field over Only 6250 Chicago to San Francisco or Los Angeles and return May 1239fa 111213 29 30 319 June i August 6 7 8 9FO n 12513 and 14 1905 Tickets good for return for 90 days Rate for a double berth ia comfortable tour Vist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara and many other points 1 in Ca3iforniaonly 7 Through train service from Union Passenger Station Chicago via the f Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line This is the route of The Overland Limited leaving Union Passenger Station Chicago 605 prig and The California Express at 1025 p m The California Express carries tourist sleeping cars to California eveiy day Both trains carry through standard sleepers I Complete information sent free I0n receipt cf coupon with blank hres filled W S HOWELL Ccnl Eastern ABC 3i Kroiidway KEY YOKM CITY c r F A ITILLER- irii Passenger Agent CHICAGO 71 = a JL r r r rr rrr rccrc rrs irisnnca ac c TI p brightrlyour The kind you have been looking fo- rTlie News Columbia Ky r yyy a uY YYiCYYIYYYYYY YYY7 L The Bath Room If you want to be well with a clear complexion and a welltoned neglectIth bathe daily but at least several baths a week should be taken especially when the weather is warm The temperature should be such as to suit the body if lone is possessed of vitality suffi for immediate reaction the water may be quite cool But cold water is not cleansing Once a week is often enough to take a cleansing bath of hot water and soap and if one is debilitated and nervous twice a month is wellebeecooled for rinsing after which one should be rubbed briskly all over the body until a general warm glow is brought about For the regular bath it is better to begin with lukewarm water and have the temperature lowered each day as you find you can bearit and as the body becomes accustomed to it Only those of vigorous constitution and of warm rich blood should indulge habitually in the cold bath One should not leave the bath feeling chilled and in any case should be well rubbed until warmth is engendered A hand ful of seasalt in the water is a tonic and will one less liable to take cold A salt bath is very strengthening Regular bathing and dieting personal cleanliness inside and out will do more for the complexion than tons ofcosmetics or bleaching + it L f IiJ Name Street address City State Probable destination CMIFOR IA II rx nc x roc Y Y sell goods Y hX render The Beautiful Kingdom There are faces alight with the glory of love In the Kingdom of Nevergrowold There are hearts that are light as the clear skies above In that kingdom of beauties untold And happy is he who can dwell in that land Where children are ruling with scep handIFor youth is the monarch of one happy band In the Kingdom of Nevergrowold- No sorrows lurk deep in grim thickets of gloom In the Kingdom of Nevergrowold But flowers of beauty are ever in bloom- And the pathways are shining as gold Thelaughterof little ones borne on the air Is surcease from sorrow and cure for all care For happiness reigns and has banished despair In the Kingdom of Nevergrowold The little hands wave a warm wel cometo all In the Kingdom of Nevergrowold The sweet little voices in harmony call And thejr little arms wait to enfold And Father Time passes to taste of the joys To join in the games full of romping and noise That are played all the hours by sweet girls and boys In the Kingdom of Nevergrbwold Come walk with me now thro the cool shadows deep In the Kingdom of J3evergroxwold And backward the years of our will creep troublesI While stories of youth are All burdens grow light and all cares we dismiss The gates are unlocked by av sweet baby kiss And love sits enthroned in the Cjty of Bliss JIn the Kingdom ofNeverrgrowold I i f f Lt t xT amount of moisture they have serve the best purpose Plowing early and then keep ing the surface ose and fine by an occasional harrowing will make a better seed bed and crop than to wait laterEx RORf1ALn Farm of 278 acres 6t miles south of Columbia Ky on Columbia and Creelsboro road 150 acres in grass in good state of cultivation good house and out buildings good fencing plenty of water and timber one store house and lot a good and well selected stock of goods This is a good point to do business One steam saw mill direct attact ment in good running order will cut 15000 M feet per day 150 white oak trees stave trees 8Xt miles south of Columbia one steam boiler and engin porteable 6 horse power in good order one steam bucker as good as new Eightyeight 88 acres of land on Burnes creek 9 miles south of Columbia Ky most all in timber The stave timber has beencut off of the above but there is poplar ash black oak chestnut hickory and chestnutoak still on the 88 acres All the efor sale by CHAPMAN Ky r Sale If 216 acres of goo and lying three miles West of Colum bia Tins property is known as the W JAtkins farm It produces well and goodbarnings There is also much valuable tim ber For further information address G A Atkins Columhia Ky Insure in The Farmers Home Insur ance Company of Junction City Ky The only company in the State that makes any claim of paying their losses in full S 1 BLAIR Agt Valuable Home for Sale I will sell my house and lot at a bar gain It is one of the best dwellings in the town a twostory frame eight rooms with porches plenty of good water fresh and sulphur and the lot contains 2J acres with plenty of fruit The location is all that any one could desire G W ROBERTSON 16 pounds Granulated Sugarfor 100 cash WALKER J w J fIt 7 i r i wt rt IfII X Z f 1 1f J iItt 4i jJ 1i THE ADAm COUNTNEWS COLUMBIAKY SEPTEMBER 13 1905 8 r J I CORRESPONDENCE 1 ADAIR AND ADJOINING COUNTIES O S iVCN11LLEYyc Just the finest of weather Mrs Clarence Page is confine ito her room with flux WE Hancock is ere ting a laisge tobacco barn on his place 1near here tt feC Neat with Otter Co Igave our town a pleasant call TJast Friday iRev J P Scruggs filled his Tegular appointment here last Saturday and Sunday Farmers are taking advantag of the good weather in this local aty sowing wheat etc Mr Coy E Dudgeon is m king t Ihimself handy behind the bun ter at Sublett Bros store Penick Smith bought of his Ihrctjher Wailer SlnithTof near there one bay gelding considera tion 170- Massie Co sold several car load of cattle to Messrs Fox Sanders of upper counties at 2j cents per pound Eugine rice and family of Campbellsville spent severa days of last week visiting friends and relatives at this place J Ruth the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Finis Cundiff wh was reported quite sick at our Hast writing is improving slowly Geo Cundiff is at home now after putting in a good whil with the Southern Railway corn pany out of Chatanooga Tennes see Mrs Minnie Buckner of Tay lorsville Spencer county is visiting her brother Mr E W I Hopewell of this place this week Mr Jacob Bault who has been reported on our sick list for sev eral weeks past was able to make a visit to our town last Friday The singings at Messrs W J Edringtons and A R Feeses on Wednesday and Thursday night of last yeek were well attended Messrs Lewis and Ray of Danville traveling men stopped over Thursday night at MooresI Shotel looking after Sour InerchantstFire destroyed the house be longing to Wes Johnson of color one day last week The house was located in the eastern part of this town No other damage was done t Rev W S Dudgeon of this place had the misfortune to have 5a nice mare crippled so badly one day last week that it was thought to be incurable The mare in plowing came in con tact with mowing machine near py and caught both hind feet in the cutter box which severed all Itns leaders in both feet We lears nov that the mare is get ting along nicely r RUSSELL SPRINGS JThe health of the people is Igood at presentSQuite a number of our people y attended the fair at Monticello f Jast week- k Mrs Tinnie Wells returned j Friday from Columbia 7 The Russell Springs cornet r band returned from Burksvillc f Sunday where they made musk r forthe carnival i A series of meeetings is being here by the Rev R F yield ifi t i yr fif d i 7 1f Ix t r itfL If I k t tf t f Scrimster a Christian preache from Lexington The Fall term of the Russell Springs Academy was opened with a good enrollment Prospects are very flattering for the winter term The Russell Springs Hotel under its new management is prov inga success t The Old Soldiers Reunion here was largely attended There wa plenty of good speaking musi and refreshments and all had a good time The next reunioi will be held here on the first Fri day and Saturday in September 1906 iI t GRADYVILLE I J + +4 I We had a good rain Saturday nightSProf Lee Taylor spent last Saturday at Camp Knox Mr and Mrs W M Moss of Greensburg were in our midst a day or so of last week Geo H IJell and C S Bell spent seveXaV days at Burkesville last week Miss Mollie Hunter and Mr Leonard Dohoney spent last Sun day at Griffin Springs Dr James Taylor of East Fork was here last Saturday shaking hands with his friends Mr John Beauchamp the well known merchant of Edmonton passed through here one day last week enroute for Columbia Rev J P Scruggs and wife of Columbia were the guests of Mr Charles Yates and family last Thursday Mr and Mrs S D Caldwell of Portland spent last Saturday night with the family of R L Caldwell Miss Bessie Walker returned from Greensburg last Thursday where she had spent a week pleasantly with her friend Miss WilliamsMrs Willmore is spending a few days with her daugfiter Mrs H A Walker of Columbia fJudge Robert Dohoney ofI Slasgow was in our midst one lay last week Mrs Harriet Walker of Chica gQt IllS is spnding a few weeks vith the families of 3W A and C M Hindman I Rev EN Early VaS made a Master Mason in Gradyville Lodge No 251 of F A Mast Saturday afternoonI Mrs P A Moss after several veeks visit with the family of Rev P H Davi of Russellville has returned toher home at this place Vf We understand that the Adair Oil company will begin work here againnext week Mr Gharles Herriford and Family spent last week at Burkesville attending the Street EairSMr Cager Coomer the well known merchant of Basil had the misfortune to loose his dwell ing and furniture by fire No insuranceMrs n Absher one of the oldest ladies in this community is in a very critical condition at present The quarterly meeting at this place last Saturday and Sunday was well attended Brother as usual preached some interesting discourses 2i L y i i tIi Flowers Diddle are recei ing a nice lot of wheat fro John Dohoney at 85 cents pr bushel this week The Gradyville base ball tealU crossed bats with the Big Creek team last Saturday resulting iI a great victory for Gradyville R L Caldwell and wife spent one day last week with the fan ily of J H Caldwell of Por land D C Wheeler bought two 63 tra good mule colts in Columbia last Monday for 100 Bascom Jones sold J ADid die five head of cattle for 75 W B Dulin three head at 2 cents per pound Our town was well supplie with commercial men last veeP We only had eight grocery plen and the other departments vere represented likewise Ibui old friend Mr Geo Hind man of Holden Mo called in to see us Saturdy he is looking well and gets around like a sixtee year old boy and says ever thing is moying along nicely in the good old State Qf Missouri It makes us glad every tine ve see him for he has something new and fresh to tell us Come again Dr and Mrs S A Taylor spent one day last week visiting relatives at Nell Misses Walker of Nell accom panied by Mr Rufus Pulliam spent Saturday night here Miss Irene Yates entertained last Saturday evening att h e beautifull home of Mr and Mrs G H Nell The evening vas delightfully spent and will be remembered by all present The School at this place under the supervision of Mr Lee Tay lor and Miss Clara Wilmore is getting along nicely with abou 75 in attendence YOSeTUMTB The Democratic ticket is in the field and the county campaign is MI Thomas Raines and Miss Effie Mays eloped to Tennessee and named They live in the Carpenters Creek section Rev H M Shouse pastor oi he Baptist church at Middleburg has organized a Sunday School at he Fogle school house with John janham Superintendent The Sunday School Convention for this Magisterial district rill be held at the Methodist hurch at Middleburg the 4th Sunday in this month rsesjlatre fear his labors here are not ppreciated as they should be He seems to never lose an op port nity to say something en puraging to every one he meets Mr and Mrs Charles Caispn Mr and Mrs V T Wilson rr- A H Royalty and daughter Miss Bettie J T Short and Lin coIn Wells took in the fair at Somerset and report a big time Jason Taylor and Miss Jessie Coulter were married Tuesday afternoon August the 5th Jones Kelsay are out with extravagant posters advertising heir Fall entertainment at Oak Park September the 16th They nrimise a big time on that day There will be a trotting race vith a premium of 50 attached A premium of two dollars will be riven the handsomest andidate There will be a ball game cakewalk and other minor attractions It will doubtless be a day of great enjoyment to those who attend as Oak Park is famous as- a place of amusement besides the managers never dov anything 37 halves 1 t i r1 Ibc kI r ip- I Y IIllMa T j f J Lfft FROM INDIANA Terry Haute Ind SSept 3 1905 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND THE PEOPLE OF MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME AT COLUMBIA It is quite a pleasure whil spending Sunday at Terre Haute Indiana to pass my time avay at the desk thanking the good people of Columbia for the entertaining which they bestowed up on me while I was spending the nicest and most glorious vacatio that any one ever enjoyed and about which it is impossible to day for me to find words vith which to express myself Imust say that I do not think that any boy ever met a warmer welcoin than I did and will add that on my part there was never a prodi gal who ever returned who had a warmer hand for his friend than I had and the thought of the meeting appeals to me novas the syeetest angelic though that can be conceived by a humar mind The very sound of the name Columbia Acloir county t Kentucky sounds as sweet to me as the melody of the sweet est tuned instrument or the song of the sweetest songsters thai warble in any country The people seem nearer and dearer tKai they do upon any other spot upor the face of the earth In all of my travels I have always beer prouH to proclaim that I hailec from Columbi I have nevei been in a country in which honor was uphelft andrespected anymore than it is at Columbia I sometimes think that when Adarc and Eve were banished from the gardenof Eden the garden was just moved to Adair county and they were left where they were The climate is very ne rlyasg- ood as it can be fixedand when I am at the North and the Wand cold wind strikes me I wish for the sunshine in my old Kentucky hornet and when I am in the South and the hot sun beams ome almost hot enough to roast ne I ask to be rested in the cool shades of Kentucky where the birds warble sweeter and the air- S purer to me than anywhere else stIt was just a eek ago this norning that I sat In the circle around the throne of Grace with the good people at the Disciples Church at Columbia and enjoyed he pleasures and blessings of worshiping with truly Godly people and I wish it were oossible for me to enjoy every Sunday for a boy that is brought up in a truly Godly home always feels relcome at church There is n thing that can be compared pith Godly teachings at home and the boy wjro has been thus utored cannot by anything be altogether changed from the coUrse he was taught to follow ije may wander away in some hings but the teachings which he heard at his fathers and mothers knee linger with him though a mothers teachings was some hing that I was never able to enjoy much of as she was taken rom me when I was very young but the part I was able to enjoy is as fresh in my mind as if they fere delivered yesterday for my memory holds to them tenaciously I certainly did enjoy getting back to the old place where I pent my childhood days and who does not have the memory of his childhood and the dear old old spots where he spent it I Imost broke down with sobs when I visited the old church and school house where I attended when a boy and looked at the old play ground where I once ran up and down and played base and bullpen and toed the mark to knock the middler at the mar ble ground Many of the people vere very different for twenty rears changes neighborhood until it scarcely looks the same r lf k C r HOME PHONE 3189 CUMBERLAND PHONE q4541A James Creene fFURNITURE CARPETS RUGSSMATTINGS STOVES RANGES 125 to 429 EAST MARKET ST t Bacons Old Store LOUISVILLE KY aorooroT 33 c x rDo YOB Want aSrpHa ME If so we can furnish you oneany kind you want We housesbusinessDO YOU WANT J A F AKIV1 Write us what kind of a place you are looking forwhatsize what improvements where located how much you Ie informationWeare certain to interest you if you are on the market A postal card will bring you one of our Central Kentucky Real I LEBANON printecllistsI C i xx x The ones who went to school when I did have taken the place of the older ones who have one by one passed away and gone be yondtrecall but may the pres ent and rising generation strive to keep alive the honor of their fathers and may the old neigh borhood retain its good name as long as it is a country Again thanking mypeople for Iingare thanking the young people for the entertaining with which they blessed me I will close hoping to meet you one and all in the sweet bye and bye E 0 WHITE LOGnL Nevs reaches here thatjMr Azbill and his corps of engineers will complete the survey from Harrodsburg to Cumberland river in a few days Immediately after the survey is completed Mr izbiH will go to Cleveland Ohio for he purpose of submitting the proposi tion to a syndicate who have signified a willingness to finance the road VTr Azbill has never let up in his enthusiasm and is as confident as he vas at the start that the proposition vould be successfully landed It takes a little time Messrs T B Lyon and Sel Bennett vho have been preparing the ground and planting seed for The Adair County Ginseng Company have just about fin shed the first acre The ground and in fact the entire work has been thor nighly and systematically done It is their desire that ameeting of the stocki holders in this company meet lay afternoon at 2 oclock at the farm md inspect the work and become more familiar with the growth and propagation of the plant Further an excess of stratified seed is now available and it is their judgment that these seed should be planted to better interest of the company In accordance with the wishes of the gentlemen superintending the work and believing it to be the best interest of the company I trust hat a full attendance of the its mem era can be had as above set forth C S Harris Pres Escaped Death It is not an uncommon experience for us to get a letter describing how the writer escaped death by taking Dr JaldwelPs laxative Syrup Pepsin for ome violent and dangerous stomach or bowel inflamation The gentle toothing curative purificative action of this pleasant syrup is without any qual in the science of medicine Sold by J NPageof Columbia R B at5OcjandLOO t y QjF I Enterprise Hotel CHAS F CANS BRO Props 234 to 242 Market Street Bet Floyd Preston LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY RATES51 PER DAY Absolute satisfaction Guaranteed Sph4ates to rej ularboarders Your attention is called to the adver tisement of the Lindsay Wilson school in this issue if you are in any degree interested in edncation There is scarcely a school in the State that offers better advantages in instruction and none that equals it in the extreme ly low cost of expenses Its buildings of modern pattern and comfort guaran tee the health of the pupils against such troubles caused by inadequate realI before and its entire faculty is exult ant with the bright prospects of the most interesting classes ever assembled in Southern Kentucky What we may say or do may not effect those who seek an education but the above facts stand out for investigation The work of the school is sufficient evidence of its worth and its advancement is a plain statement of its ability The Street Fair held at Burksville last week as largely attended from every part of Cumberland county and many af the adjoining counties contributed good delegations From what we have heard it was a success in every particular Good crowds everyday good attractions including the high dive balloon ascenison and delight ful music The street parades have been highly complimented and were conclusive evidnnce that Burksville and Cumberlandcounty are not lacking in enterprise and thrift that will soon ripen into great business activity and the general advancement of that part of the State The business represented in those shows speak volumes for the welfare of Enterprising Burksville The beginning of a great awakening throughout that section was manifest ed in this their first parade befqre their friends and neighbors and was an attractive advertisement of their varied andrich resources that invite enterprising people to their city and section The best of order prevailed and the Russell Springs Band made the music that enlivened and thrilled the many present each day One of the distinc tive features of the program as we are informed was brought out by the Alexander College in its attractive adver tisements showing that commercial + vancement cannot leaS intellectual de velopment and thatbothjare Inseparably t connected and beautified andmade strong by moral teaching The training of the head and heart moves the wheels of progress How to Live Life after all is never very happy if a person is constantly sick How to live is largely a question of how to be well7 The answer to bothIjk- eep your main health communications stomach liver and bowelsin good order with Dr Ca wells laxative Syrup Pepsin It is reliable safe and pleasant cure for headache constipa tion colic and all symptoms of the div gestive trouble Sold L N Page of Columbia R B Wilson of Cane lVall Ky at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails 1T i if 7