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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t jL AI j r bt bait u ir onnlII emii t lJ ii VOLUME 8 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KEN UOiYW 1EGO 1905 NUMBER 44 OOOOOOOOOOoOOOOOOOOOOOOO CaOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0 J OUR NEW Fall and Winter Stocktins mam i0 ALL DEPARTMENTS CROWDED WITH THE LATEST 0 0AH fjt ti J Special Low Prices to Early Buyers W 0 tIts iuseless to name the various lines of goods we handle everybody knows we have the largest stocks in this section of Kentucky D0NtqF I L TO 0o BUY E RLY INTHE SEKSON Goods are advancing V We are anxous Jo show you goods 0 z RUSSELL CO COLUMBIA KY g 8ooooo0000000000000000000000000000000000000 OOOOOO POST OFFICE DIRECTORY 3 M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days 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 Huddlerton Sheriff F W Miller Circuit ClerkJ F Neat iCOUNTY COURTFirst Monday In each month JudgeT A MurrelL County Attorney Jas Garnett lerkT R StultL IailerI K P Conover Assessor J F Pelly SurveyorR T McCaffrea School SuptW D lone CoronerC M Russell CIrY COURT Regular court second Monday In each month Judge Jas G Eubank- AttorneyGordon Montgomery MarshaLW A Myers CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BORKESVILLE STREET Rev W C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool at 9 a m every Sab bath Prayermeeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BURKESVILJE STREETReV F E Lewis pastor Services first and third Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday nightiBAPTIST GREENSBURG STREET Rev J P Scruggs pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayermeeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CAMP ELLSVILLE PIKE Eld A L Oder pastor Services second and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night LODGES MAS NIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A MRegnlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery W M E G Atkins Secretary COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month JAS GARNETT T I M T R STULTS RECORDER COLUMBIA CHAPTER R A M No 7 meets Friday night after full moon T R Stults HP- I Horace Jeffries Secretary iHotel aNn Restaurant j W N Brlnton I So- nProprietorsI I L5cKat all Honr ors Niill COMFORTABLE ROOMS The trade of Adair and adjoiLingr couuties solicited f LEBANON KENTUCKY err crY rY rrr r nc c cr rr cStartling Mortality Statistics show startling mortality from appendicitis and peritonitis To prevent and cure these awful diseases there is just one reliable remedy Dr Kings New Life Pills M Flannery 1of 14 Custom House Place Chicago have no equal for Consti pation and biliousness 25c at TiE Paul druggist j t Jf y ik S + t41 i LOCAL NEWS 1 i 1 No sickness of a serious nature in this place Born to the wife of Dallas Gabbert on the 18th a daughter Hurt Bros Laundry will be inoper ation in a very few days The dormitory at the Presbyterian College is about completed Mr J V White is a candidate for magistrate in this districtIEF Rowe has left at this office aI sweet potato 31 inches long Columbia needs a bakery Cannot some enterprising gentleman start one S C Neat is building a residence near where his father lives four miles from Columbia B B Redman has left at this office a peculiarly shaped rock It resembles in shape a mans foot so says Mr Redman Lovers of music should not fail toI hear Mr Ohlenmacher ln his re cital at the Presbyterian church this city next Friday evening at 8 oclock The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will have their lawn fete on Friday evening from seven to ten at Mrs Azbills Everybody cordially in vited Refreshments 15 cents Mr J M Russell our efficient post master has ordered a section of 104 of keyless Lock boxes It is expected the last of this week It will be a convenience that the ppstoffice at this place has longneeded Hon Geo Nellis now wearing a very pleasant look He says that fortune has smiled upon him and that he is now riding in chaises and that the fellows whom fortune frowned upon and who walk byjazes do not bother him Dr W T Grissom has exhibited curosity at this office in the way of a worm It is six inches long one inch in diameter has horns and fights with its tail It is the only one of the kind been found in this section and is attract ing a great deal of curosity Last Monday was the biggest mule and horse day ever seen in Columbia Buyers and sellers were here from Russell Casey Taylor Green Met calfe Harden Cumberland and about one hundred changed hands Prices are given in another item Mr GP Burressthe lumber dealer a staunch friend of the News and an all round clever gentleman has the thanks of this office for a 45pound watermelon the largest and most delicious cut in the office this season Mr Marion Rice of Taylor county grew it Mr Claud Hobson who was a citizen of Campballsville has located in Columbia and has removed his family Mr Hobson is a good citizen and has an excellent little family and our peo ple are glad that he has chosen Colum bia for his future home He resides in one of the cottages nearthe M and F High School y 9dr iro iI i atqf i I yvp r Rabbits and squirrels cannot be shot until the 15th of November the time for hunting having expired last Friday According to an amendment to the game law enacted March 21 1902 it is un lawful to kill pursue or have in poses sien when so killed any rabbit or squir rel during the forbidden period Rab bits however can be caught with dogs or snares The penalty is a fine of not less than 5 nor more than 2500 IEld A L Oder pastor of the Christ ian Church here has been conducting a very successful meeting at Mt Pleas ant for the past week We do not know- the number of confessions since the meeting begun but last Thursday there were five Eld Oder is a strong forci ble speaker and large congregations have been hearing him We are told that the services will likely continue through this week Mrs Andrew Paxton who lived near Greensburg and who was the mother of Mr A W Paxton this county died Friday morning after an illness of six weeks She was a consistent Christian a member of the M E Church South She leaves a husband and six children The funeral was preached by Rev W H C Sandidge Saturday morning at 8 oclock The News extends its sym pathyto the bereaved family Mr James W Nelson a native of ConIfederate home Pewee Valley for several years recently had one of his legs amputated The stump is healing rap idly and Mr Nelson writes his cousin Mr H C Walker Gradyville that he thinks he will be well enough to take his crutches in three weeks He wants the delegates to the Grand Lodge in this county to call and see him at the October meeting Miss Effie Bradshaw has been in the wholesale market for the past two weeks and will return this week with the nicest and most uptodate stock of goods that has ever been brought to this market She invites all the ladies of this and adjoining counties to give her a call Thanking her customers for their very liberal patronage in the season just past she asks them for a continuance of same this Fall and Win ter Quarterly Meeting The last Quarterly meeting of the year for the Columbia charge will be held at Tabor next Saturday and Sunday Rev S G Shelley will preach both days This will be his last quarterly meeting as Presiding Elder of this district He will preach at Columbia next Sunday evening Preaching Next Sunday J L Adkins Salem J P Scruggs Gradyville W C Clemens Columbia A L Oder Columbia jE N Early Russell Springs Z T Williams Creelsboro f WH C Sandidge New Union JF Barger Freedom F E Lewis Tabor JtH Nicholson Pleasant Ridge VfS Dudgeon Hutchinson Schoolhouse r i 0fr iStl 4 t I 1Mfvd9 i lt I r i 3 i Musical Recital Mr C Fiedric Ohlenmacher director of music in the Columbia M F High School will give a recital atfthe Presbyterian church this city on Fri day evening September the 22nd Mr Ohlenmacher is one of the best pianists in Southern Kentucky and will no doubt be greeted by a large au thence at his first recital here Ad mission to the public Mrs Laura Feese Dead Last Wednesday morning at 10 oclock Mrs Laura Feese wife of Mr James Feese whose home was in the suburbs of Columbia succumbed to the inevitable and peacefully passed over the River of Death She was fortynine years old and a consistent Christian lady having been a member of the Christian Church for a number of years She was a victim of consumption and was confined to her room a number of months before the end came She was a sister of Mr Scott Montgomery this place She leaves a husband and a number of children The funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev Lewis and the interment was in the city cemetery f M BREEDING DEAD F M Breeding an aged and well known man of this city died unexpect edly yesterday afternoon Selby T Breeding of st Louis a former local newspaper man is his son Last win ter Mr Breeding slipped on the ice and remained in the sleet in a semicon scious condition all night He never recovered from the exposureBowl- ing Green cor Evening Post The deceased was a native of Adair county the oldest son of James Breed ing the pioneer Methodist preacher of this section He was an excellent citi izen About twentyfive years ago he took the contract and built the Baptist church at Columbia Circuit Court The crowd in town at the opening of circuit court was perhaps the largest seen here for several years The square and all the streets were crowd ed with people Judge Baker convened court prompt ly at 9 oclock and by the noon hour the grand jury was instructed instructions were as usual TheI the crimes known to the law The following compose the Juries GRAND JURY W F Neat E J Clark W EI Leach G G Campbell Chris Burten toFletchertie Irvine Blair foreman PATIT JURY Thos P Kemp Geo H Campbell S E Allen J McScott J C Dohoney J B Wesley R L Young Geo Helm Edmond Bryant J H Sanders W F Grant J V White BI Neat Sol McFarland W L Russell J H Rice G W Garrison D P Rice W S Bault AJ Stotts J F Shepherd John Thurman4 L T Winfrey J J Banks Masonic ElectionI Columbia Chapter No 7 RoyalArch- Masons elected the following officers last Friday night for the ensuing year Sam Lewis High Priest J Lowe King WW Bradshaw Scribe E G Atkins flap of Host W G Clemens P Sojourner Geo T Flowers R A Captain G P Smythe Mastered V WA Garnett Master 2d V S N Hancock Master 1st V R F Paull Treasurer Horace Jeffriesi Secretary TfcStult3 Sentinel vv e r I i4y tir 1 41 2y tCr Music Department of M F HiOll S611001 IN CHARGE OF MR G FREDRIG OHLENMftGHER p t SEVEN YEARS STUDY WITH NOTED GERiMAN TEACHERS INCLUDING ERNST VQN SCHLECTENDALL R A P H A I E L KHOESTER AND DR AUGUST SCHEM MELL OF THE ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF BERLIN AND THE LEIPZIG CONSERVATORY ALSO A PUPIL OF H EUGENE PARSONS KNOXVILLE TENN AND ROBERT S WALL THE NOTED NEW YORK TEACLER AND CONCERT PIANIST SMes Citimiei at Ginciiuiatti territory of Music Course ol Piano induction WILL INCLUDE FOR THE I 3lruwttanj gratis A thorough foundation in technic studies and sonatinas selected from Czerny Loeschhorn Clementi and others as well as easy pieces by our best composers itttarmetiiateCSIimrse 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 Aftiffltrrii pupils will continue the study of Technic in all its forms Studies include Bach Chopin Germer and 10and Lizt More difficult sonatas concertos and pieces by PadSItr L At Officers of Election i The following are the officers of the November election this county West Columbia Judges W F Squires J D Todd Clerk L C Hurt Sheriff M L Mitchell East Columbia Judges J W Richard J K RobertsonsClerk C H Murrpll Sheriff L V Hall MilltownJudges J C Calhoun F P Dohoney Clerk R L Davis Sheriff W S Hindman KeltnerJ H Rodgers J C Sulli vanfClerk W G Pickett V X Sheriff Manny Kemp Gradyville Judges J M Wilson R L Caldwell 5 Clerk GHNell f fSheriff Charley Herriford V Elr yJudgesT J Patten 3j4w ReecerClerk A C Frogde r Sheriff Noah Loy r Harmony Judges 4T A xGrSen A Lofcf1Clerk fSheriff Z Darnell Ic iit tj i f 4 Vt Z itEri i GlensforkJudges Dave Willin W L Brockman Clerk J W Marshall Sheriff G A Bradshaw White OakJudges H J Conbvjr Jas Combest Clerk Ben Jeffries Sheriff CC Gentry V 61 i Little CakeJudges Jerome Hard t t WhiteI r tSheriff Befiah NeatJ r tPellyton Judges JO M Ferryman JC Pelly fClerk J M Campbell fSheriff B F Roch I Roily=Judges W J Bottoms i Jo I Tucker s iffSheriffiCane NalleyJudges W H Russet r W B PagecS Clerk Wood Judd V Sheriff W E Hancock f i The friends of Mr O D Smith here i especially those Who were students with him in the LWTi S win watch the t fcampaign in RiiMell county with inter 4 et r i1J p iJ J ffiJJ Tomt f i1iy j i t t1 tr IoII 1 errJ f t a r A t J f I r y tom THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Sep 20 1905 j I i Speech of Hon J F Montgomery In the Constitutional Convention IS90 in Opposition to the t ofthe Committee in Favor of th Secret Official Ballot in Kentucky Mr Montgomery Taking into consideration the ability of the committee who have made this report the ability of the gentlemen who have advocated it and the fact that the current i of popular opinion seems to be in that direction it may be con sidered rather presumptious on my part to give any views on the subject from my stand point 1 t do not want to disguise the fact that I myself from conviction ballotamsystem I say this in the be ginning so that whatever I may saymaybe understood as being from that stand point If aft e over one hundred years in the enjoyment of the rights of free unIableexercise the great sufferb age openly and boldly then we had as well confess the Republi can Government with us is aI failure If after all the experi ence we have had we are unable to exercise the right of sufferage without hedging ourselves about with secrecy and placing around ourselves in the shape of elec tion officers a Mot of lictors to guard ourselves against our own want of manhood bravery and intelligence then we had better surrender our claims to intelli gence independence and the power of self government The secret ballot system is not pecu iar to this country It existed in the ancient republics yet they are no more I am opposed to the principle of secrecy in elections or in the exercise of any 0 t her rbSuch has always been the instrument of fraud and oppression I believe that ninety per cent of all the frauds that have ever been perpetrated upon the rights of the people in sufb ferage have been accomplished through the- secret instrumentality of the ballot We have had the viva voce system in Ken tucky since 1793 and while there has been complaint that impropj er means were used to procure votes yet there has been no complaint that votes were not thatjvotescounted yet wider the secret ballot system in other States we know that the polls in whole districts and States have beenI falsified and the people of tl ear rights Under the viva voce system the result of th election depends upon the onesI ty and intelligence of the com munity voting while under the secret ballot system it necessa rily depends to a large degree upon the honesty of a few elec tion officers Under the viva voce system any person who desires to do so can know af any poll how the vote is cast as the voting progresses while under t esecret ballot system that knowledge is left alone with the election officers When the votes are given openly and recorded in the lresenceofI all who may desire to see and hear it would be almost impos sible for corrupt election officers or any one else who might de sire to do so to deprive the per sons receiving the vote of the benefit of it Yet under the other system any person might hy force or theft get possession of the ballots before they were counted and in that way rob a community of the just result of their ballots Again if the election officers were corrupt and 1 he vote did not suit themalltT 1I I l yi r theyfcwould have to do would be to destroy the ballots under the pretense of theft or robbery and thereby thwart the will of the voters But it may be said that such a supposition is to presume upon the corruption of election yeteit must be remembered that the reasons urged for a secret ballot is the corruption of one part end the weakness of another part of the community The election officers have to come from the body of people and necessarily be subject to the same weakness and corrupting influences as other men and it would be just as easy to buy a few election officers as any considerable nun ben of voters While there has been muchcomplaint of late that men have been bought and influ enced by other improper means in the matter of exercising the right of suffer whenbwe come to consider we find that only a very small per cent of the voting community are really sub jectto such influences and that the great majority of our cit izens under the present system do vote intelligently and freely and see that their votes are prop erly recorded and counted while under the other system we would be deprived of the benefit of the balloting of those who do vote ambopposed to the secret ballot because it is uhrepublican I am opposed to it because it is unlike free men I am opposed to it because it is a reflection upon the honesty intelligenceb and independence of our people- I am opposed to it because we thereby say that our people have not the manhood and independ ence to openly express their opin ions of and preference for men and measures I am opposed to it because it compels our people to exercise that greatest right of freemen not like freemen but like sneak thieves I am opposed to it because we gain but little and in my estimation lose much that is essential to republican institutions Vhat do the- advocates of the secret ballot claim for it Nothing that I have heard except that they thereby exempt a few unfortu nate and weak citizens who form- a very small per cent of our voting population from improper influences that they may cast their ballots freely It must be admitted that nothing could be paIYet the question arisesLas to whether or not the secret ballot is the only or the best plan to reach that end if so it certainly tight to be adopted 1 am of the opinion that the only practi cal mode of reaching this end is by the enactment and rigid en willeinsure to the weakest and most obscure citizen the right to open ly freely and fully express his choice at the polls without let or hinderance I know that laws that are intended to reach this end are upon our Statute books and have been for years and that they are ineffectual because they have not been executed Every delegate in this hall knows the reason why they have not been executed is because they have not been backed by what vindicatoryI lie wrongs wherein consists the most forcible obligation of hu man laws The trouble is that there has been heretofore lack ing among the people that healthy sentiment and determination that the laws shall be executed and the same thing that prevents the present laws from being ex ecuted will prevent any other law purIpose rom uelng executed Cor ruption in elections will continue under any system until the peo pIe determine that it shall be f G otherwise until the majesty and power of the law is recognized and backed by the proper public sentiment There is no use ofI providing any system with the hope of merely by a system bettering our condition We can not dodge the question or run away from the responsibility No law in a republic will rise su perior to its authors and exec utors which is the people No law can be made so strong thatI it will not be violated Human skill has tried its uttermost to provide burglarproof vaults yet the burglar has advanced with equal alacrity advanced with his skill and overcome the skill of the inventor We may exhaust our wisdom and enginu ity in the enactment of election laws in the vain hope of thwarting the corruptionist butve will findhim as close upont u fOIIlovedforward we will find him right with us The only way on earth to approximate pure elections is to prescribe penalties for viola tion of election laws and to cul tivate and build up a proper tub lic sentiment to uphold and ex ecute them At the same time have publicity in voting so that it may be known who have vio lated the laws There is no man who more ear nestly desires pure elections than I do and no man would go far ther to have them than myself but I cannot believe that such an end will be attained by a secret ballot That is dodging the question Besides I am unwilling to give up all the valuable and desirable things attending the open ballot for the few little crumbs that are promised upon the adoption of the other system While we select all of our officers bypopular vote we ought not to be deprived of the opportunity afforded by the open ballot of knowing the voting record of theI man who seeks our sufferage not only upon questions purely political but upon every other question upon which he may have Aexercisedmans vote upon public questions is the only true and reliable criterion by which to judge of his real sentiments upon public questions With the secret ballot the demagogue and hypocrit can sue cessfully represent himselfas having occupied any position upon any public question that tin1eIUndert11e may profess to be your friend arid t to agree with you on public ques Lions and at the same time dis 1111thevo es are property and ought to be so This principle is recognized in the report of the committee in the section under consideration when they say In all elections representativeI voce and made matter of record If the open ballot is the proper thing for the official why not for all other persons Every citizen being a member of the Common wealth and law making power and theaactions of his fellowmen in a Re public having his veal or woe in their hands has a natural and indefeasible right to have it known how he has acted and how his neighbors have acted upon ques tions affecting the government propertyVotnngis ernmental power the exercise of a public trust We ought to have some certain and tangible means of knowing who to trust with our lives liberty and property and I know ofno better means of knowing these things than by the open ballot Another thing that we have to give up to a large extent is the opportunity and rut t Xc i r t r r power to correct errors and fraudulent votes have been given or fraudulent returns made by election officers to correct them Suppose that in some close elec tion it should be known that il legal votes had been cast by what means could the errors be corrected How would it be known for whom the illegal votes were cast Or suppose the bal lots should be destroyed How could it be ascertained as to how the vote stood Suppose the secret ballot system had been in force when the delegates to this convention were elected how could the committee on contested elections have known for whom the one hundred and twentyfiveI illegal votes in coun ty were cast for How could they have decided that contest It is a humiliating reflection that we are going back upon our civilization and freedom and im pliedly confessing that we have not the manhood the intelligence and independence to exercise the rights of free men without a yoke about our necks placed there by ourselves to remind tis that we are not full f norbofcapfreedom I am not willing that we shall surrender I am bound to confess that things are not as they should be but I have not lost confidence I believe that if we will continue to claim our selves to be free men and treat ourselves as such that things will right themselvesI C P Wiseman Son Jewelers and Opticians DEALERS IN Diamonds and Prcc tItOll1tIr o 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- lLOUISVLLE KENTUCKY New Machine Shops KYiEquipped with the best modern ToolsIengine that it may require act do it in a first class workmanlike manner Satisfaction guaranteed and prices 4illbe right the lowest consistent with first class work Try roe and be eonvtncerl 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 canya line of Shafting and Pipeins and a coni plete line of brass trimmings viz Injectors Lubricators Valves Oil Cups Etc Bring ou your Engine work Machinery work a specialty I am located 3 nixes west of Jamestown in Russell Co on the Columbia road m H REli1VI THE Morrisianna Walr THAT RESTORES THE OLD TO THEIR YOUTH AGAIN This excellent Summer Resort situ ated five miles from Campbellsville Ky on the Greensburg road is now ready for business and amply able to take care of all comers 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- pronounced by manyeminent physicians incurableIT Sick Headache Insomnia Dyspepsia Catarrh of Stomach and Bowels Diseases of the Liver Jaun dice Gravel Rheumatism Dysentery and Kidney Complaint r It removes the cause of the disease Those affected with Lung Trouble can drink this water with benefit It purifies the blood clears the complexion and makes one feel young again Trans p station can be easily secured at Campbellsville from liverymen who meet all trains day The terms are very reasonable For furth er information write 17 J a MOKRISDN Prop Campbellsville Ky S fe r t ii iii1 i Fi r V V V i u ti V Vr- II I I I 1 IN IN IN IN ln NIX r K We are paying the following prices for Timber IE gj Idelivered1 on our yard in Columbia KSIirE 1 Split Hickory Singletree Billets i1 jTIN v 2+ in on Heart 3J in Deer 38 in Long d 25I1N E 2ac cc 2 q cc cc 41 a 30 I 3ccct i 34 t 3cc 50cc cc 70c tI 7KNj2XJ NIX 5 All billets must be made from good live straightgrained Q y 3x hickory either red or white free from all defects ll arj rINl straightiw V jfHICKORY inisx 7K i1 2i in on heart 2i Deep 30 in Long A B Grade tp 25 7 n1 V 21c 21 30c t C cc 19 V Nl 01 a 1t cc 2 u4 30c D 8 I2t t 21 30 ct Act 20 u If Otc t cC c 2T uo C I0 u i 9 21I t 30t DI 6 k y i i c clx 30c A B Ij II11ce et t Iii to 30ee ceC ce 6 u 7lNAH ccc1 4 30cc cc Dtc 4 W 1 JIisizet jvg5 A B spokes must be all white 2nd growth 57i1 v7K V Columbia Co i1ti1 v 1 v 1 v v 1 ili 1 1 V Il 1 1f1t V v7i 7i 7i i 7i 7 7i 7i iI 7 I1l7i il II 7i ISI7i 7iI Fifth Avenue Hotel a I FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS nLOUISVILLEi r r Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled AFirstclass unr Hotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale n and Retail Districts Churches and Theatres 4 PIKE CAMPBELLC LebanonLaundryLEBANOX W R JOHNSON Proprietor Thlsis oneoffhe Besfanf snosf Reliable Laundries fi tiie State t + SEED oD MILLER Columbia Agents for this section Send them your linen and the work will be neatly and promptly executed n 1 j 4 mi RTf MARCUMIt COLUMBIA KY ST IS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN X Arc1lrteltui0ontuniir 35 new neat and well veil tilated rooms It is nicely tarnished convex ieiitly located ayd is the best hotel in Southern Kentxick y Accommodations equal to the Ivscrity hotels Three V good sample roomsYtorcommercial men i M H MARCU11 Propr FRAN CORCORAN M METCALFE Corcoran Metcalfe r l Main Street lteb non Kentucky c MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN HIGHGRADE MARBLE AND GRAN fTEiCemetery Work of all kinds See Us Before You Buy Trade from Adair and adjoining counties respectfully solicited r 4h N 4 YOU WANT Job PriutingCALL NEWSi WHEN ii 4 jli 4 II tl I r ia IE a i r 7Jl f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Sep 20 1905 4 ENTUCKYS DIG STATE fAIR AT LEXINGTON 6 September 1823 Cf BIG IArSTN PREMIUMS S25000 PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 pyeLQS fForCatalogue or Further Information Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington KIr Hardware Hardware A full and complete line of Hardware both floor and shelf goods Everything in this line used in this section WE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF SADDLES AND HARNESS And all Leather Goods of this order If you need a WAGON or BUGGY You can get it on short notice We have a cellar full CALL WHEN IN NEED OF Cooking Stove Heating Stove Pipe or anything in our line All kinds of FftRMING MCHINeRY t We have recently added a full line of PAINTS and OILS THE GREEN SEAL LIQUID PAINT have no superior Our line of Guns and Ammunition isup to the demands W F JEFFRIES SON TO DELICATE WOMEN You will never get well and strong bright hap py hearty and free from pain until you build up your constitution with a nerve refreshing bloodmaking tonic like 1YiReofrdlli It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink vegetabletngrediei5tsbackache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstru ation dragging down pains etc It Is a building strengthmaking medicine for women the only medicine that is certain to do you good Try it Sold by every druggest in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER t freely and frankly in strictest confid ence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice in plain sealed envelope how to cure them Address Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn YOU ARE FRIENDS- of mine writes Airs F L Jones of Gallatin Tenn For since taking Cardui I have gained 35 lbs and am in better health myhusbandweight In gold to aU suffering ladles IJ DR JAMES MENZIESAT RESIDENOFFICECE PHONE 35 Columbia Ky O TEO pTJiy Consul ati9n and ExaminationJ Free art OfEloe r l t it t I 333its 371 9 T- T YOSEMITEf T iseslErtrqtr3333333 aCl The fight among the Republi cans in Pulaski is a regular Kill Kaney affair The two Repub lican papers at Somerset repre sent opposite factions and the things they are saying about each other are anything but nice The Journal issaid to be stand ing off sicin em on and laffin J Q R Jones is at home from the hospital at Louisville almost well Quince is an all round good sort of fellow and owing to hisI kind neighborly disposition has perhaps as many friends as any other man in this community all of whom are glad to see him up and among us again He deC lights in telling of his experience at the hospitaljDr Martin and Boone Durham of Humphrey came down last week and had a warrant for ar rest issued for one Marion Pat terson charging him with cut ting up a base ball outfit belong ing to the team out there It seems that Patterson is opposed to the game and took that means of putting a stop to it Sam Leepers team balked on the Slate Hill just out of town on the Grace Fork pike Friday and backed off the road turning the wagon over and dumped a load of lumber a wagon and a a couple of horses into Mr John Hogues bottom below No dam age except to the harness and Mr itbmay seem The old isbcatching was verified here some weeks since Captain A B Williams attempted to cross the creek here on a root log and by a slight turn of same was thrown into the water and given a drenching J H McWhorter was the only witness to Uncle Andys misfortune and he gave vent to his feelings in a big ha ha peculiar only to himself so on the evening of the same day Mr McWhorter had occasion to cross at the same place with the same experience only worse h laugdhcreek under the bank and reach ed home by a circuitous route to avoid being seen by anyone Worth While It is easy enough to be pleasant When life flows along like a song But the man worth while is the man who will smile When everything goes dead wrong For thetest of the heart is trouble And it always comes with the years And the smile that is worth the praises of earth Is the smile that shines through tears It is easy enough to be prudent When nothing tempts you to stray When without or within no voice of sin Is luring your soul away But it is only a negative virtue Until it is triedby fire And the life that is worth the honor of earth Is the one that resists esireIBy the cynic the sad the fallen Who had no strength for the strife The worlds highway is cumbered today z They make up the item of life But the virtue that conquers passion And the sorrow that hides in a smile It is these that are worth the homage- of earth For we find them but once in a while Ella Wheeler Wilcox 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 may be the means of warding off a dangerous sickness At any rate it will surely make your distressing dyspeptic symp toms disappear It is safe certain and pleasant Try it Sold by J N Page of Columbia R B Wilson of Cane Valley Kyat 50c and 100 Mone back if it fails j r j a y Little Hints On Good Breeding Charm of manner may be an acquire ment as well as an endowment Man ner is much more subtlethan manners Manners may take on a tine polish but manner is the unconscious expression of the inner self of the personality which when revealing a lovely soul is the most commanding andv persuasive force that one can exert A loud laugh an overvivacious manner betrays a lack of breeding Copy the stillness of form the quiet poise which is the great charm of Englishwomen while a vivacity somewhat un d restraint adds that which is winning and piquante in the manner of our own countrywomenIn one foot slightly in advance ofjthe other asa French wo man always does There jiwill then be no effort needed to rise properlyit is done without strain on any one set of muscles and is natural easy and grace fulWhen one has spent a day or more in visiting at a friends house ordinary courtesy demands that on ones return home a note shall be writtenpromptly to the hostess thanking lies for her pleasant hospitality A gentleman does not make a girl conspicuous by overattention nor shun her when he is thrown into her society simply because she does not attract himA man acknowledging a ladys rec ognition in a resturant or hotel dining room should rise partly from his chair A gentleman never leaves a lady alone during an entra act at the theater Politeness is the best defense against peoples bad manners Many persons prefer not to announce their engagement until there is a pros pect of the marriage taking place with in a year The form of announcement of an en gagement among persons Who make a fashion by following it is by note The young woman writes to her girl friends and the man to his intimates the mothers of the happy pair also write to those whom they desire shall receive early informrtion The recip ients of the pleasant news then pass it onIn choosing subjects of couversation some one has aptly said that the three ds should be avoideddress do mestics and diseases It is sometimes kinder and in better taste to accept a compliment than to parry itMrsBurton Kingsland in Success Sentence Sermons Truth needs no tinsel Veakness cannot wait Friends never come in flocks Love is the great human loadstone Labor is the noblest of all prayers Every sin would like to syndicate itself All saints are homemade but none are selfmade The world needs kindness more than creedsWhen religion is only a thing it is worse than nothing Enough is as good as a feast more to famine Even a child knows the difference between piety and padding No man can be an infidel who has some faith in other men A few friends at heart are worth a whole pirectroy in the head The day of rest is never the bettar for making it aday of rust Look to your works and your wings will take care of themselves NOTICE TINE ARE NOW READY TO DO ANY KINO of Blacksmithing horseshoeing and wocd work all kinds of Buggy Carriage and Wagon Repairing We are also prepared to apply all kinds of new 3 I RUBBER TIRE We keep a stock of the best material and repairs Work done at our shcp is guaranteed in workmanship and prices Shop located on depot street near Main Give us a calL CLARK PARSON CaapbellsYffla It3rKar 80 lY pury chased by your fathers patches t 1ifJ f Lg- 111 VX 1 iV IIiIIIIlIjIIIIIIIi1tN XIN 7T M MX II IIV- t Buggies Phaetons Runabouts Surreys gJ ti 7i WOODSON LEWISv wURG KY 5j7i 7iIV the season and will sell at prices lower than ever heard of for cashV iczIa w 1tevery week until all aredis17i posed of Come and see us 7iIIV 7i V 7i1 tCulturew alfalfa on almost any soil Write folrI and full information iFZI71 WOODSON LEWIS t GREENSBORO KYI7i 7iV vIiVIIIVVVVVVV17i iVVIV w7 I I J JOHN A HOBSONDEALER I- NFurniture Wall Paper COOK Stoves S i LIme CemEnt W Doors land vx Windows C The Place for Bargains GREENSBURG KENTUCKY Why Send Your Money Awav FOR iDewme Machines jS When You Can Buy the Best in Your Own Town Direct From the Maker At as Low Prices andon Better Terms By this sign you will know and can find qu 1rJ i at SINGERSEWING MACHINEyr COMPANY EAST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE COLUMBIA KY HOME PHONE 8189 CUMBERLAND PHONE 3454A James Greene FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS MATTINGS STOVES RANGES 425 to 429 EAST MARKET ST Bacons Old Store LouisVILLE KY r xXXX iDo You Wantai r we can furnish you oneany kind you want We for salea great variety of farms dwelling houses houses and business propositions Ihave t DO YOU WANT A FARM us what kijid of a place you are looking forwhat size what improvements where located how much you are willing to invest and any other pertinent information I We have farms of all sizes character and prices and we are certain to interest you if you are on the market A postal card will bring you one of our printed lists Central Kentucky Real Estate Company IqKENTUCKYFa 8 IIIIIA II h 7- IJ v i1 j J rV I Ie jJk I 1FJ r r L 4 fc 1j I thWi 1Prf o r 1 fr 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 20 1905 i J 1 7 + 9 ik7tS f Ak k1 FVjflU Bkilf BJI1 IIII rIJ IffI = II 7 7 fIitIII= = q = 1 = It 1 t 1 I j r i t Of = = it =n vli iIiI TilL LIMDSY1ILSOH TR1HIH6 SOHOOL r 1d iSfeui r t R gv I m1rye IADVANCEi c m1 0 111j rA t 11 0 IIIIIi LITERARY PRIMARY INTERMEDIATE ACADEMIC 1N7Wi f FACULTY OF Mi NECO7VI PETENT INSTRUCTORS All rooms in the Hall and entire campus lighted with facilities greatly by past MARY PAYNE who hashad as matron elsewhere IS now in charge of Ball The Business and most all the faculty are at Hall Rooms rJf are being rapidly taken Apply early if you desire a place Pdvate in good homes at2 to 250 per week I GflflS R PflYNE L mite ttnit D1ttty kiv Every Wednesday BY THE Adair county News OI KCOPO TED CRAM M HARRI8 Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests r the city of Columbia and the people of Adai w adadjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second Iii mail matter WED SEPT DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Jailer W H WILSON For Assessor T 1 SMITH 7 For Surveyor oR T success of the Fair was the i f greatest in the nineteen years of its existence Aching for a war is Norway declare Sweedish officials whoa warn the King to get ready for an invasion of frontier Arm from Belgium and Germany are 4 4sent rir- r i r r4J i i2 Jt1i iN The W T C Us are up in explanationI I it is reported has accepted case of beer John D Rockefellor wants a church trust Thats the idea Just freeze out the Independ oillbusiness exrample of Virginia and South Car olina on the negro question They think that he should at least have ambition to know his a bc s before entrusting him with a bal RightI David E Sherrick the late elected Republican Auditor of Indiana is short 145000 He invested the State funds for his own private use Hanley has issued an order removing him and oppointing Warren Bigler The Democratic ticket of Rus sell county is composed of the following County Attorney J Meadows Sheriff C A Ham IN School Superintendent D Smith Jailer J TBe nard They are all popular gentle men and should be elected Ev ery Democrat and all voters who are in favor of good county government should support this f ticket The Democrats of Russell county should bestir themselves from now until the November election in the interest of the gentlemen who have been nominated on that ticket for offices They are all well qualified men men who would look after the in terests of the scru judgementssae that the funds of Russell were expended tc TEACHERSCOUNTY STATE CERTIFICATE STATE DIPLOMA I Boarding electricity Boarding experience MISS considerable Board 201905i Thefnancial Elizabethtown county countywith economically BUSINESS MflNflGEfc IAn unhappy marriage results death of the wife and bigamy and murder are the crimes charged against the hus band Calvin Young Reed who was arrested at the Capital Ho tel Louisville last Thursday Reed hales from Indiana Chas Hardin of Pulaski coun experiIence stock and in reaching into a bin that contained oats he was struck in the face by a fourfoot rattle snake whose fangs were so deep in the mussles of Mr Hardins face that the snake could not be released until its head was cut off The fangs were extracted with steel nippers When the killing occurred on Willis Creek a notice of the same was made in the News at the time But a minister who resides in Russell county called at this office after the paper was out stating that the publication in ou paper was incorrect that he was present when the killing occurred and requested that we give his version of it andwe did so The News is about as well acquainted in Cumberland as the editor of the Herald It is a fine producing county and it is populated by some of the best of people many of whom are our personal friends We would be far from making a statement knowingly that would reflect on the citi zenship of Cl1rrterlartdrany existIEdvould warrant the statement Cumberland county and her peo dIe are all right If the editor growlofinglook out a little get some news in his paper he might suc need in building up a payingcir culationv i MkitjffQ 3rf y r FI t h J A 2 l1i Jf6 MUSICVOICE PIANO AND ORGAN STRINGED INSTRUMENTS GOLUMBIfl KENTUCKY Stock and Crops o00M- ONDAYS SALES Pemberton Bros bought 15 mules at 100 to 150 13 horses 175ICoffey Bros Young bought 21 mules at 85 to 160 2 horses at 115 each J E and Frank Burton bought 10 mules at 90 to 150 Smith Nell 6 mules at 8750 to 135 iLem Smith bought a black gelding from Bob Royse for 175 B F Tupman sold to Wm Russell Monday a mule colt for 50 IE E Cheathom bought of S C Neat a mule at 165 atJ115 each A Hunn bought 5 mules at 110 each 100reach J T Hamilton bought 5 mules colts at 50 around A number of other mule colts changed hands at 40 to 75 Mrs J B Coffey sold twoO HindmanoflMilltown Hughes Coffey bought eightI mule colts Monday at an of 47 per head Five steers at 2i cents IDick Tandy sold Adolphus a pair of mules yesterday for 28750 o00 John and Ernest Harris sonS ofMrCS Harris recently pur chased two very fine Berkshire pigs three and half months old a male and female of Vander bilts famous Biltmore strain t r yM s rc JFt lv 1 II 8750 Monthly IN ADVANCE 3k j 1M m SPECIAL ELOCUTION ARTUahrJCOMMERCIAL1 4 lt111 improved experience Principal Manager boarding Published McCAFFREE tIin Land Golan Butler sold four two year old mules to Coffey Bros Young for 390 000- R E Tandy Son bought last week 100 hogs from James Parish at 5 cents 17 heifers andcows on Cumberland river at If to 2i cents 000 W a Bradshaw bought of Collins Bros nine young steers for 15 000 Geo T Flowers Jr bought a one half interest in a 20 acre tract of land lying near Grady yule which was owned jointly by himself and father for 300 ooo Hughes Coffey bought H C Flowers residence situatednear the furniture factory for 550 oO o Emanuel Walker of color sold r to Flowers Bros a six months old calf for 12 000IN M Tutt bought two male calves one a Jersey from J V White for 8 000 Flowers Bros sold to Smith Nell a span of twoyearold mare mules for 200I000IRoyse delivere to W T McFarland last Friday three mule colts for 150 000 Hogs in the Louisville market are selling at 540 Good butcher stuff at 450 to 475l000- H C Walker of GradyvilIe sold to G S Bell 6 heifers fo 105 IIdIeXOrr 4 Smith Nell bought last yea in Cumberland county 80 cattle from 1A to 3c per pound 21 head ofmule colts at 6750 each 20 yearling mules at 80each 125 head of sheep at 3 per head and 100 hogs weighed at Greensburg at 5 cents 000 Smith Nell bought a mule colt from Bedford Weaver Cum berland county that is undoubtedly the best in Southern Ken tucky The colt is under 1 year oldmeasures 14i hands highand is well proportioned not a defect about it Price 110 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Sub scribers to the weekly courierJournal 0 HnryVatersoIisprofits of this prosperous year with its awaytwentyfrom 100 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 5030 and 20 and sixteen pres ents of 30 and 20 to be given in the Indianafsim- ple Write to the CourierJournal Com thed tails It will be sent free JN MUERELL JR DENTISTI COLUMBIA KENTUCKY cumrHotel Dont wear good clothes pur chased by your fathers patches arx 4 f i Vi 1 f ftwJ r lrBI I tJc l ytr IL f r h I I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 20 1905 5 NEAT HANCOCK STAPLESjSUCCESSORS TO FRANKn SINOLAIRJI The Place You Are Hunting tBRING US YOUR fPRODUCJJ 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 suit you in this department t CLOTHING Ve have one of the best assorted lines of TheseIjust from Market lack time and space renders us unable give you idea of what we carry in stock but if you will call and we will in you C our lines carry that make np a stock of General When in town make our store your we may of Yin we ES i N THE AND Mr Millard Guthrie of Rowena was here Monday Mr W H Knifley of Knifley was here last Monday Rev Mont Murrell will preach at Milltown next Sunday Dr J J Booker Camp Knox where as the first of the week Mr D A Hughes of Alone was G L Falkner and son Metcalfe Mrs Malissa Christie and Mrs R HI Chistie called upon the News Monday of Green county was with friends here court Wm Irvine of Camp Knox was here to witness the opening of circuit W W Bradshaw and wife of this cityare visitirg in county Dr G T Simpson was in Columbia Monday after an absence of several months Mr Lenard Dohoney left for Louis ville Saturday to attend the School of Perryman who was here Monday reports but little sickness on Green River Messrs J T Titus and Albert Mer cer were here from Milltown the first of the week Annie Kinnaird of Red Lick who visited her sister Mrs Jas Men zies returned home last Sunday Mr W D Jones editor of the Spec tator will leave for Oklahoma this week to be absent about fourteen days Mrs W 0 Clark of Hammond county who visited relatives and friends here left for her home last W F Neat after a long spell of sickness was in town the first day of circuit court His friends were glad to see Messrs Sinco Dockery and Harvey Holt Jamestown were here at the opening of court The former was en route for Louisville Mr A D Patteson and Mr Oscar Br ram the former cashier of the Bank of Jamestown the latter a promi nent attorney were here last Sunday Mr 0 L McClure who belongs to Troop H Third Cavalry United States army and stationed at Ft Snelling en route to his hole at Rowena on a sermons delivered by Rev FIE Lewis last Sunday were highly by many who them Mr Lewis is a fluent speaker a fine always having something of i to say I JMr J N Meadows a popular attojr leY Jamestown and the Democratic candidate for County Attorney of Rus sell was here last week on legal busi has adecided Reness Russell county proper effort he will be elected The effort will certainly be made r t1 f i s ff itf OVERCOATS Our line of Overcoats is nobby from start to finish We also carry a line of Heavy Work Coats x HATS AND CAPS We carry in stock the famous SWANABRAN and LIBERTY brand Hats The world cannot beat them for the money We also carry several other brands of Hats and a nice line of Caps of take goes heard Mr J was in ville last Friday Mrs A D Coy spent a few days of last week out of town Mr T G Taylor of Green county was in Columbia Saturday MrI Joshua Murrell of Metcalf cun ty was in Columbia last Thursday Mr Garnett spent last week in circuit court being in session Mr W G Holladay who has a severe type of typhoid fever is thought to te some better Mrs W H Eubank who was quite sick last Saturday and Sunday is very much Mr J M Traylor of Breeding was in Columbia Monday the first time for several months Mr J C Sims the Marble Works of Coakley Sims was here last Saturday Miss Ada May Jones arrived from Jamestown last week and has entered the Miss Cora Landis who visited her aunt Mrs J J Booker has returned to her homeat Oronago Mo Miss Fannie Jones left George town college last Thursday morning She will finish this school year Mr John B Coffey has returned from the Glasgow fair stating that it was a success in every Mr Geo W Staples who is afflicted with rheumatism was driven down town Monday his first visit for eight weeks Hon W H Cole candidate to represent county in the Legis lature was here the first of the week J J Booker has returned from visit to friends and rela tives in Danville Ky and OronagO P H and his two Abbott and Alleu Bridg water called at the News Office Mon day Mrs M Cravens andson Edwin left Monday afternoon for Louisville where they will spend three days then go to for a two weeks visit They were to ville by Mr Tim Cravens W R Johnson and Tay lor Estes of Lebanon the former to inspect Columbia Chapter No7 Royal Arch Masons were here last Friday night Johnston was well pleased and will make a favorable re port to the Grand Chapter Mr A G Chapman special agent of the Home Fire Insurance and He is a very zealous Mason andwas here at the meeting of the Chapter making a very talk Mr t B Hundley a native of Adair county who was reared in the settlement visited his father and other in the county last we he was in Columbia en route for D C where he is a clerk years 4 y y 10 1t t n tiO r r r Vh IMr and Mrs J A Seay of Perry ville been in Columbia several days for a home The to the Danville Advocate says We trust that they will decide to remain in Boyle county as we are losing too many good citziens Mr Allen Pile and wife will leave this week for Logan county where they expect to reside provided they find a suitable location If not pleased in Logan they will g4to either Ballard or McCrackin county Mr Pile is a worthy citizen and has a most excellent wife Our will regret to part with them Mr Geo W Flowers who has been in Western for the past three months returned last In talking to his friends upon the square he stated that he was astonished at the amount of that had been made during his lights laundry and a number of new build ings He further stoted that he did not know of a town that was hump ing herself faster than N L M 16 Ibs Granulated Sugar 100 cash W L WALKER Read the speech on another page delivered by Hon J F Neat Hancock Staples will sell you 7 Bushel bbl salt at 215 All persons who are indebted to this office are requested to call during court and make payment Mr Geo W Cook will build a resi dence on road opposite the home of th3 Misses Trabue 210 for 7 bbl salt Nice clean salt will not get hard in barrel w L WALKER Haflan Christie who killed Will Ed Haskins of color near Lebanon last week was given an trial and acquitted There are good crops of tobacco Murrell reports that he has cut about 6000 pounds 1 have two farms for sale one mile of Columbia Also a house and lot jn town for sale 2t Scott Mr J 0 Russell sold two he recently built near the terian College last to Judge T A and Mont M Murrell for 2600 Elsewhere in this paper can be found the speech delivered by Hon J F in the Con vention in 1890 opposing the secret bal lot system of voting tItis said that the man Sexton who Rufus Dowell near Sulphur Well last week was perfectly It is said that Dowell undertook to drive Sexton from his home We uuderstand that an oil well started on the Geo 0 Powell farm last Monday It is being drilled by the Jamestown New York Company rep resented by Dr J D Russell for Sale One 16hprse power gasoline engine K tf 3Ywa J itSS x HARDWARE- We carry a line of Hardware that cannot be excelled in its class f Our line of Tinware is Q We have received a very large and assorted Having returned pleasure showing through immense firstclass Merchandise Hoping czoufiflflCOCK orP Columbia Kentucky C CC 1PERSONAL MENTION COMERS GOERS weekIMondayk Singling dayMr Cumberland PharmacyDr himi SaturdayIfurloughI complimented 1reasoner oflMr FTriplett Camphells improved representing LindsayWilson particular Cumberland IMrs MoMr Bridgwater grandsons Middlesboro accompanied Campbells Companions Companion Company numIinteresting Breeding Relatives kSund- ay Washington aIaheartywelcome k0Jt rl prospecting Perryville correspondent community Kentucky Thursday improvements Columbi- aN LOC published Montgomery Greensburg examining Joshu-a Montgomery Presbyter Thursday Montgomery Constitutional justifiable IlIgoo TINWARE Complet- eUEENSWARe everybody IOur Interurban Road rr Our interurban electric railway will not down Prof Azbill whose patience andcourage has been so great through many months is still pushing the en terprise with untiring energy His pluck is truly admirable and worthy of the highest success which we earnestly hope will be his reward He says the final success of matter depends upon thatIas to the road should beremoved The Professor and his corps of engineers are now surveying a route between Perry ville and Danville of which the Danville News speaks as follows The corps of civil engineers on the route that Mr Azbill proposes to build from Perryville to Danville provided he meets with the proper encourage ment reached Salt River yesterday and will get to Danville probably to night The farmersain a splendid state of mind notwith dealIamount for the damage done before leaving their premises- It begins to look very much like this road will be built and Danville should wake up to her interest in this proposi tion If it is going to be built we can not allow it to go by us We are still suffering from a fault of this kind en acted years ago and we must be up and doing What is the matter with the B P 0 E taking hold of the proposi tion 1 Lebanon Enterprise Attention Having been informed and reliably so that during my absence from Colum bia report has been circulated that I am contemplating going out of the Millinery business I take this method of stating that the report is false I am now in Louisville buying my Fall and Winter stock of goods and expect to return to Columbia soon with a prettier line of goods than ever before and solicit a continuance of the trade of Adair and adjoining counties Birdie Powell for Sale desire to sell my residence near 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 water and and a spring and spring house Will give a purchaser a bargain E W Reed Columbia Ky ObituaryiThe death angel visited the home of EW Bennett on the 25th of August and claimed for its victim Pemelia Ben nett his wife She was taken with flux terminating in consumption of the bowels She a great sufferer for five weeks but bore her affliction with Christian fortitude All that loving hands and askilled physician could was done but relief was beyond human aidShe was a consistent Christian affectionate wife and devoted mother She was identified with the Methodist Church and was one of its most usefnl members She was the mother of ten children eight of whom are living and were at the bed side when the end came Peace to her memory Port S leIMy farm on Pettys Fork five miles South ofColumbia containing 265 acres of bottom land good building plenty water and timber The farm is in a good state of cultivation Johnsona 4nsrr It Tl1i r t dr7wxYr M 1 I SHOES Our line of shoes is one of most attrac tive shown in Columbia We carry the fa mous AMERICAN GENTLEMAN and AMERICAN LADY Shoes made py the Hamilton Brown Shoe Co of St Louis largest Manufacturers in the world We also carry a well assorted line of shoes in popular prices FURNITURE We have a large and complete assortment of Furniture and can give you Bargains if will call and see us to an see us We be the future are Miss Jas seen for Ji have bu was the the tha was do the ever the you Miss Mattie Sinclair in her usual graceful and hospitable manner enter tained a few special friends at 6 oclock dinner last Friday The refreshments were delightful and very much enjoyed The train from Louisville to Camp bellsville hung up at the Y at Lebanon last Wednesday on account of a defective engine and in consequence we did not receive our mail here until Thursday morning Mrs Laura Powell and children and Mr L V Hall and family are making preparations toremove to Oregon The people of Columbia regret that these two excellent families have made up their minds to leave the community AGlobe two lovely Gold Fish Water Plant and Pebblesa complete Aquari umusually sold for 100 is given away by Beck Strange with each and every pound of Internatirnal Baking Powder sold at 50c per pound Mr Green Bell Smith has been awarded the contract to build Mr W H Newbys dwelling It is to be like Mr Gordon Montgomerys residence on Greensburg street and Mr Smith fur nishes every thing and turns over the keys for 695 Dr J N Page sold his residence on Burkesville street last week to Mrs Alice Herman who is a sister of Mrs E G Atkins for 1200 possession to be given the 1st of October Dr Page and wife will board for the pres entThe grand jury is composed of twelve representative citizens Now let the good people of the town and county as sist them in bringing evil doers to jus tice Some body knows about the boot legging and what they know should be pumped out The Columbia Brass Band gave an open air concert last Thursday night rendering a number of selection in a faultless manner The teacher Mr Earl IcGarvey left for his home in Lexington Saturday morning but the DOYS will secure another instructor Mr Scott Stapleton paid his son who is in the Lakeland Asylum a visit last week He found Kim in fine shape and was informed by the physicians that he could come home in a few months Mrs Tom Hazard was also seen and she was in good health Rev W C Clemens has purchased a lot from Mr John N Conover lyinr back of the Presbyterian College and will build an eightroom two story resi dence McLean Bros have been awarded the contract and hope to have it ready for occupancy by the first of December The opening of circuit court brought a large crowd to Columbia and business was good during the entire day There were here from all the adjoining counties many of them for the purpose of buying mules and horses There was quite a large number of horses and mules on the market many changing hands prices ruling highI Escaped DeathIIt is not an for us to get a letter describing how the writer escaped death by taking DrI GaldwelPs laxative Syrup Pepsin for somu violent and dangerous stomach or bowel inflamatibri The gentle soothing curative purificative action of this pleasant syrup is without equal in the science of DaicineSold byJN Page of Columbia R B Wilson f Cane Valley Ky I 1 I dt t4ty fln aSll J BRING US YOURI 1 rIIY everything to headquarters courtCapt Knoxr FridayHon Campbellsville absenceelectric representatives The size and color of tobacco is all right but some of it has been terribly cut by the worms It is said that the largest worm ever discovered in this section of the State was killed by Mr G W Clark of Green county It was five inches long and nearly one inch in diameter and four one inch horns on the head G P Burress is evidently a good r guesser Some time ago he was requested to go to a lumber yard in this county and estimate how many feet were upon the ground He went over it andput his figures 197500 When the lumber was measured it was found r that he was within forty feet of the exact number rEfield Ky Wednesday September 27 Bishop Warren A Candler of Atlanta Ga will preside Bishop Candler is the youngest man in the college of Bishops and one of the most intellectual The following persons from here will attend Conference Rt vS G Shelf Ra asiGovThe News has frequently called at tention to the bad condition of many pavements in front of residences and business houses in this town They certainly ought to be repaired Colum bia is improving rapidly in the way of populationpresentable to persons who visit the town weekly looking for homes This matter could be properly considered by the Municipal board At the meeting of the Russells CreekI Baptist Association held with Pleas ant Valley Church Green county last week Mr James Garnett of this place was elected Moderator and presided over the deliperations The recognition of young Garnett for this important position perhaps come in the way of a courtesy as his lamented father presided over this Association for about forty years Much importantchurch business was transadted and a number of able sermons delivered The next meeting of the Association wilL be Gradyville this county Judge J Boyle Stone of Liberty and his estimable daughter Miss Amanda have the sympathy of this community The Stanford Journal of Friday contained this notice Mrs Stone wife of Judge Stone died at her home at Liberty yesterday after a long illness of typhoid fever The burial will occur at Liberty today Mrs Stone was a Miss Napier and was a splendid Christian woman She will be sadly missed in the community in which she Jiv dand where she was held in such high esteem She is survived by her husband and one daughter Miss Amanda Stone who have unbounded sympathy in their great loss Rev F E Lewis preached his last sermon in Columbia for this Conference year Sunday a large congregation hear thiswork1he has endeared himself not only to the people of Columbia but to the citizenship throughout the county He is courteous in mannersa polished gentleman backed by thorough educa tion He does not know that he will be returned to this work but should he be sent elsewhere he will ever keep in mind the people of Columbia and Adair county He has done a good work for the Church during his stay and his de onlybyhistions in town i T V r i 1i 9hs ljtp iI tf ti T l 2 J ir I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Sept 20 1905 AM EMLER Pres C W COLE Mangr THEO RECTANUS VPres New Farmers Home Hotel PYNE PREST FRED SECTY TREAS Builders Flour I Cement and Rock KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED SEND PRICES 1 WEST Fifth Sixth Streets 400422 E MARKET S- TAb ve Preston LOUISVILLE KY JOOl O jSest Equipt 5100 perT 1a betel in tbc dniteD States STREETCAR FACILITIES TO ALL PARTS OF CITY W T W HARDWICK W TpyN MILL and SUPPLY 60J ESTABLISHED 1B61INCORPORATED isle MILTWJRIGIITS AS1 MACHINISTS of I Grist Mills- Distilleries t CiushersR- EPAIRS OP ALL- s i To Jobbing Solicited New and- SecondHand MACHINERY r Sheet Iron and Work 130lnTHIRTEENTH and MAIN STS LOUiSVILLE KENTUCKY H Direct Your Thoughts to Us FOR YOUR SP IflG CARPETS RUGS LINOLEUMS flATTINGS AND DRAPERIES Y HUBBUCH BROS 524526528 W Market St LOUISVILLEKY DBHLBR BROTHERS 116 East Market Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Carryall Heights in Stock u FOR CATALOGUEAND h L t tI EIXWOPD FIELD FENCE STYLE MADE IN SIX HEIGHTS DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Furniture Chairs and Mateses No 527 MAIN STREET I Bet and Work Tank No LOrryiil6 KU PATTERSON HOTELJJtM6ST0WN KY lMF No better place can be found than at the above named hotel is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied with the best the market affords Feed Stable in connection 1 B PATTERSON UTICA LIME COMPAII IXCORPORA TED WHOLESALE DEALERS IN rlime Fire Buck Louisville Cement The Famous Black Diamond or other brands Fire Clay Portland Cement Standard Brands American and Imported Sewer Pipe J Plaster Paris Plastering Hair Etc f t t Enquiries forprices invited Orders Promptly Filled 7 JOHN L WHEflT Secretary and Treasure r 4K 421 West Main Street1 t i i tTJjQUloVJJLLiEiilk r i J 1 Wi y i a r yyisJ Lti iii 4JII tiPayv Kentucky News Political pot is beginning to sizzle Mpnticellos Fair vas a big suc cessQuail crop promises to be bountiful x Kentucky banks have lots of money on hand Good demand for roadsters and park horses Kentucky colleges open with big attendance Kentuckys corn crop shows a yieldof 95 per cent New oil wells are coming in early in the Wayne field Many farmers complain of con dition of the tobacco crop Bowling Greens big Chautau quabegins Sept 29 Wayne county produces about 15000 barrels of oil each week The first court of Kentucky was held at Harrodsburg in 1774 will celeKentucky negroes brate September 22 as Emanci potion day The first permanent English settlement in Kentucky was at Harrodsburg in 1675 The first county seat in Ken tucky was that of Lincoln county established at Harrodsburg Lexington is getting to be a trolley center The line to Ver sailles is progressing satisfac torilyL r W Preston of Glasgow has declined 3000 for the show horses Flirtation and Sensation The Kentucky Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias will meet in annual session in Hopkinsville October 3 4 and 5 The first sermon preached in Kentucky was delivered by the Rev John Lythe of the church of England in 1775 Kenner Taylor has bolted the Democratic ticket and will run as an independent candidate for Mayor of Frankfort Jesse H Wilson one of the best known farmers in the Darby vicinity in Warren county lost his life Saturday afternoon by being killed by foul air in his wellThe Lexington General Council has passed an ordinance author izing the Mayor to sell to the highest bidder the franchise for piping natural gas through the cityr Eastern Kentucky is the supposed source of the supply foul Play Suspected John W Thickstun of 3116 Stratton avenue a conductor on the West Broadway line and his brother H Quincy Thickstun of Modena Mo are mysteriously missing Their friends and relatives fear that they have met with a serious accident or foul play and to day asked the assistance of the Louis ville police department in finding them The two brothers fell heir to coal and timber lands in Wayne county valued at 5000 at the death of their father H Ruincy Thickstun left Louisville at 2 oclock Friday morning and John W Thickstun left at 7 oclock They were to meet at Somerset Ky and together go to Wayne county and dispose of their property When they leftthey stated that they would return home Saturday morning but failed to appear and nothing has been heard or seen of them since Alex Hirshberg the furniture mer chant at 316 Vest Jefferson street telephoned to the Sheriff of Wayne county this morning whb is acquainted with both men He reported that they have not been seen in Wayne county My brotherinlaw is a man of good habits He does not drink or use tobacco I know that he would not keep his wife and friends in such suspense if he has any means of letting them knowt of his whereabouts said Mr Hirsch berg John W Thickstun is thirtyfive years old and for fifteen years has been an employe of the Louisville Railway Com pang lie has a Grace Bell 2lrsi Hr1y p Pf r r f Thickstun and two sons aged five and seven years H Quincy Thickstun is thirtythree years old and is a farmer near Modena Mo He has a wife and family Capt William Sullivan Chief of De tectives telegraphed the facts to the authorities of Wayne county and at Somerset this morning but has received no reply Louisville Times When Photographed Here area few dents for a woman who would have a successful photo graph of herself Dont wear anew or uncomfortable gown Dont arrange your hair in a new way for the first time Dont neglect to help out your eye brows if they require it says the Bos ton Brown Book Dont forget white is safest for bru nettes Dont forget black is safest for blondes Dont forget black lace is always ef fective with silver locks Dont wear any stiff neck dressing Dont risk a profile if you are over thirty Dont close your lips tightly Dont make one of those ghastly at tempts to look pleasant Some Cynical Musings The fellow who likes a corned beef and cabbage diet often marries a pate de foie gras girl The depth of a womans love isnt so important as the lengte The chronic borrower is apt to be touchy about its Dazzling prospects dont always set the world on fire Some people make mountains out of molehills and others justput up a bluff A woman generally ins her point except when she tries to sharpen a pencil A man isnt old enough ts marry un til he is old enough to know better The road to success is over the ruins of other mens failures It is easier to make a reputation than to keep it from getting tarnished The professional humorist has no use foran editor who cant take a joke The bachelor pays his money to go and hear lectures the married man gets his at home for nothing and yet some people cant see the advantage of matrimonyNew York Times Hard to Find It would be hard to find a more perfect 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 over these delicate and important organs of your body upon which you have to depend for en ergy to carryon your daily work It cleanses digests stimulates and cures Sold by J N Page of Columbia R B Wilson of Cane Valley Ky at 50c and100 Money back if it fails Your neighbor isv 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 andsam ples of marble and granite CO KLEY SIMMS BRO- SCampbellsville Ky IncrediWe 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 says cut a fearful over his so I applied BucklensArnicaSalve which quickly healed it and saved his eye Good for burrisanji ulcers too Only 25c at T E Paulls drug store Valuable Home for Sale I will ell my house and lot ata bar gain It is one of the best dwellings in the town a twostory frame eight rooms with porches plenty of good wa ter fresh andsulphur and the lot con tains 2J acres with plenty of fruit The location is all that any one could desire Gr W ROBERTSON Dont call your father the old man vVIt atip irrJ Mrr i 09Our i r Yellow Pine Doors are as good as J BETTER BEST IIDoorsOur KORELOCK VENEERED BIRCH DOORS are the BEST that can be produced A They are the only Doors sold with a Mans ufacturers Guarantee We carry them in Stock I E1 L HUGHES CO f 5tW 2 iSASH DOOR HEADQUARTERS J 123 East Mair St LOUISVILLE KY t N N rX CX W D KINGI GRAVMRNHBNCHEYCROSS WITH C07lPANY IL IINCORPORATED OF C r LADIES AND MENS v FURNISHINGS NOTIONS ICLOAIS LOUISVILLE ETC YK LEONARD STREET may want to see Mr King will call the Exchange Columbia KJi X F INSURE IN I THE CONNECTICUT LIFE INSUR f ANCE COMPANY Its Purely Mutual A policyholders Company Its Expense Account h a s always been the lowest It earns and pays the largest annual dividends It furnishes PERFECT PROTECTION the tiLOWEST For further information APPLY TO Or W L SMIrJ E MURRELL GENERAL AGENT Columbia Ky Louisville Ky t L x ri The Louisville TrustSouthwest Corner Company Fifth gad Market Acts as Executor Administrator Trustee Guardian Assignee etc and as agent and andOrdersRents Safe Deposit Boxes or Drawers in the largest and strongest fireproof and burg propertyinPays interest on deposits in itsSavinjrs Department and compounds the interest semiannually Takes charge of real estate collects rents pays taxes insurance etc and mekes sales of improved and unimpaoved prperty Acts as agent and attorney for nonresidents Man- nsement of estates a specialty JActs as Trustee Registar and Transfer Agent for railroads and other corporations and and as Fiscal Agent for the payment of coupons Depository for Trustees Guardians Executors Administrators and fiduciaries L I JAMES TRIPL Ell DENTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY J OFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK g nIty 2 YirF i t Ji Enterprise Hotel CHAS F GAMS BRO Props 234 to 242 Market Street Bet Floyd Preston LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY RATESi PER DAY Absolute aatisfastion Guaranteed Specia dates to regular boarders W EltESTHli DENTIST KENDALL KENTUCKY I ft I j esi y ry t a ui I J I c t y 5s r THEADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Sep 20 1905 J1e9ry JJatterjops Cett rs from Flrope Will be a leading feature of The CourierJournalDURING THERE WILL BE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER MAIL RATES Daih gear6 Daily and Sunday year 8 Weekly I year COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the- COUNTRfcfllR NEWS An Eight Page Local Paper AND THE x WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for o- nly315O This is for cash subscriptions only t All subscriptions under this combina tion offer must be sent through The Adair Co News- 1FEELING G4 This Morrin7TAKE fr iWtta er A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer I 1jI dlJU MORE HOTEL rust sin Table h tot Sample Kuoms t i4rei Stable iterSontilJC klsttts- r t Kentucky 1r riii iOHN EUBANK BLACKSMITH AND- i400DW0RKiVIANc E VALLEY KENTUCKY se shoeing ant Buggy specialities im a call Satisfaction aranteedI n1 prepared to fix Pumps nnwork Woodwork and all nds of repairing a specialty shoeing and Blaoksmithing n prepared to do your buggy airing on short notice ION = VATBR STREET WADE H EUBANKS me Stone AttorneysATLaw TOWNLo KENTUCKY Will practice in the courts in this andIadjoining f 0 l 1 attention given collections winery Surgeon Fistulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any Surgical work done at fair prices U AlI FIXED TO TAKE CARE OF STOCK SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EYES S D CRENSHAW Vi mile from Columbia on Dissapoin1rr enL NEW UNDERTAKERS SHOP Russell Spr ngs Ky I have just opened an Undertaker Shop at Russell Springs I keep ready for use all kinds of COFFINS AND GASKETS which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to patronize my shop IsE SNOW TH- EJackofallTrades HEPumps Water 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 thePress 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 addressI FairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY y F JEFFRIES fe SON At igglng up Hrt The prosecuting attorneyof Lawrence Kansas has dug up 43 indictments returned in the latter part of 1863 agahist a number of CaniriFs men who w ere notedbraid on that town August 21 1863 and it is proposed to bring the survivors of the indicted men to trial The excuse given is that at the recent reunion of CantriPs men at Independence Mo one of the number express ing him self as regretting that Cantril had not compleetly wiped Lawrence off the map It may be this expression was used It may be the story is false If true it does nt warrant the digging up of hate as the prosecuting attorney is doing much less does it warrant the statement of Gov Hoch that if requested by the prosecuting attorney he would issue requirsitions on Folk for the surrender of the men for trial The Colonel Mihrloo Colonel John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Waterloo from Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter he says I was nearly dead of these complaints and although I tried my family doctor he did me no good so I got a 50e bottle of your great IIearth and thank God who gave you the knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia Billious ness and Kidney Disease by TE Paull druggist at 50c a bottle r J1 4 Horse Sense RemindersI Dont leave me hitched in my stall at night with a big cob where I must lie down rightI tied and Sll100thIplace Dont compel me to eat more salt than I want by mixing tt with my oats I know better than any other Animal how much I need Dont think because I go free under the whip 1 never c get tired You would move up too if under the whip Dont think that because I am- a horse briars and weeds wont hurt my hayII Dontfwhip mew h e pdget frightened along the road or I will expect it nexttime and may be make trouble x Dont trot me up hill for I have to carry you and the buggy and myself too Try it youself some time Run up hill with a big load I Dont keep my stable very dark for when I go out into the light my eyes are injured Dont say whoa unless you mean it- Teach me to stop at the word It may check me if the lines breakand thus save a runaway and smashup Dont forget to file my teeth when they get jagged and I can not chew my food When I get lean it may be my teethwant filing Dont ask me to back with blinds on I am afraid toIDont run me down a for if any thing should give way I might break your neck Dont put on niy blind bridle so that it irritates my eyes or so leave my forelock so that it will be in my eyes Dont be so careless of 111Y harness as to find a great sore on me before you attend to it Dont forget the OldBook that Ifthatmerciful to his beast Farm J Journal aBeautiful Picture There is one truth that no his torian needrecord no preacher pro claim no orator announce and that is the uncertainty oflife and the certainty of death While this is sad to contemplate when we think that this wellwrought frame of ours must some day succumb to the grim monster death and pass out into ceaseless ages of eternity it is a consoling fact to know that there has nee er bee n a time in all the past ages when a people or a nation vere ever destroyed without first having ample time and sufficient warning before God would wreak vengence upon them Were this life this frail and transitory life to endall we would then have no object be yond Men would in the great rush for fame and wealth tram pIe the poor the maimed and the blind Only to live and enjoy the present moments would be our aim But this is not all that life holds out It is not all of life to live nor all of death to di e1 for truth tells us there is a place a home a realm beyond the sun set r ad i e n t glow where earths vast quintillians shall meet and know and lo ve again The men of all periods will be there the men who lived in the twilight of time whose history was hoary be fore the modern nations were born We shall meet those who yell on the battlefield and whose life food ebbed slowly away mid the cannons fierce roar while prayers went up to God for loved ones at home But none in this vast host of Heavens redeemed shall be impure Only the H pure 1 iI F JIIj L y 1 Y CALIFORNIADo you want to live where the climate is mild the year round where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold a Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competency Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit orangesrolives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment a Then go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming c The Chicago Union Pacific and Nor tll WesternLine twofasttrack railway between Chicagoan tQ the Missouri River Special low roundtrip rates are in effect via this line throughout the summer to various Pacific Coast points and Septe1ber 4 to nake the trip at a minimum of expense areioperated through to San dabblebertlChicago i NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY NWg84 B P T C Ii Y s7 YYiY a Y a2 rC AC fLVCCVCt LCC t t f t t L =IJllUD 1 Not the common every day sort but something 1 tInS and distinctive the kind that will attract the eye an tPt goods The kind you have been looking for d1The News Columbia K YYYY lI Y a YYY Y LtYYaYYLLYYYYYY YiY LYSICCYaa eLVC CW CJt f7C VC Ct1CJCV L V a eL Y t CLY l y in heart shall be able to stand Is not this home this home be yond worth striving for Is it not worth the selfdenials the worldly sacrifices This home onelbut as long as God wills and the law of happinineS endures What preperations we make for this home must be made while on this side of the River of Death It will be a glorious meeting when we meet our fri rJeol the jither side but in 4 j0Id the best of all the happiest thought that mortal mind conceives will be to meet Him who died for us on Calvary rugged brow and have Him lay His nail pierced on our head and say come in to go and roam no MmoreV Blackwater Va Two Cotton Crop The estimate of nine million and a half bales as the cotton crop of 1905 made by the Southern Cotton Association in their meeting at Ashville may possi bly be to low but there is no reasonable expectation that the yield will exceed ten and a half million it may be nearer ten million At the rate of consumption that has prevailed during the last five or six yerrs the short crop this season would make 15 cent cotton a certainty of the early month of 1906 but for the bum per crop of last year That great yield brings the average of the two seasons to something like twelve million which is about what the annual needs of world require of the American grower There is now no famine of r i1 J- t J i i tIw KNISKERNIM Nw Ry Chicagom Please mail free to my address California booklets maps and full particulars concerning rates and train service YY YY FitVC CGI VC CA t n YY YYri YY YSflC JCJCJC xC =UC7t VJCVJC LL hands lillof 1905 shall have been consum ed The logic of the situation is that the growers should receive god prices for their staple ard be next spring1 in hape to deckle with Cord jiidgme jiu t what co operative action in the way 01 regulating acerage1 can bk rtpro mote theM interests One covenbby the experiencjSof the last few years is that the worlds demand for cotton will grow as fast as the annual output increases though speculative interests find there advantage by trying to be little the demand whether it is large or small When the grow ers come to understand markets as well as the bupers do they will get highly remunerative prices for a crop of15 million or more bales t ikcs Hidden Reck Whenyour ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption Pneu monia etc you are lost if you dont get help from Dr Kings Mew Discov ery for Consumption J W McKin non of Talladega Springs Ala writes I had been very ill with Pneumoqia under the care of two doctors but w sI getting no better when I began to take Dr Kings New Discovery The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured me i Sure cure for sore throat bron dlatand 100 Trial bottle free 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 V 7 l SVI 13L AIR Agt 1 r ij it fIti rr LAS Dyspeptic Philosophy When a man stands on his dignity he ought to be well iKvlt L The man who pays his ctbu 8XIt 5i one who borrows tr ubJ An opPortunity dot iewrougthip- Is generally taken r dvant ot ft Charity may cbvor a mulUtu f nsfxbut a lot molt will ittMany a noW hIt O l S 1 i1only to discover that ho h tt T iik ltl heart x Some people are tuo mach afraid 94 freckles to make hay while the sun J shines A Every man has lots of friendsuntil- he really needs one J IThe only man who has an angel for a wife is the widower IOn woman can always make another woman happy by envying her Prosperity has ruined many a niarrf but if a fellow is going to be ruined at- all that is the pleasantest way A wife in hand is worth two in Utah The humiliation of being foundout gives conscience cards and spades The blooming idiot is always In sea son The average man is perfectly Billing to make afool of himself if itwillplease some woman f The people who start morongh aye to live and unlearn The busybody butts in without any V ifs or buts 7 The girl with a broken heart always manages to save the pieces Most of us expect beiter obituary than a e coming to us nt Dont scorn the studioaccessoi is- A plain woman in a pretty pose r rivals her handsome sister who depends 0i i on perfect features i i jt1 rt5it i J t Il J 2 I b 8 t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 20 1905 L j 44 tI i CORRESPONDENCE iAD AIR AND ADJOINING COUNTIES J GRADYVILLE J New sorghum on the market The present crop of tobacco is about In the house J F Pendleton and family are visiting at Sulphur Well Mrs Lum Hill is confined to her room with fever Our farmers are preparing to sow a large crop of wheat Bascom Jones sold J A Diddle five head of cattle for 75 H C Walker sold C S Bell last week six heifers for 105 About all of our farmers at tended court in Columbia last MondayJ Diddle and W L Grady are taking in the Fair at Glas gow this week Drs J H Grady ane U L Baylor of Columbia were here- ont day last week f Mrs Charles Yates and Ella Robertson visited Mrs Helen Wilmore last Thursday Miss Clara Willmore accompa nied by her brother Jamesspent j last Saturday in Columbia Mr G T Flowers and his son Lee spent last Saturday night at Fairplay visiting relatives N H Moss and his daughters spent a day or so visiting rel atives in Greensburg last week Robert Todd of Colnmbia passed through here one day last week enroute for Red Lick Misses Mollie and Rosa Hun ter left for Richmond last Thurs day where they will enter school againMr and Mrs H C Walker spent last Monday in Columbia with the family of Mr J DI Walker Miss Sallie Diddle of Colum bia is spending a few days thisj 1 week with the family of J A Diddle W L Fletcher W P Mont gomery and Strong Hill are at tending court this week in CoC lumbia Mr Sam Lewis the produce T man of Columbia was in our midst last Thursday looking af ter produce Judge Cole and John Beau champ of Edmonton were tran sacting business here one day last veekIUncle Billie Moore of Cane Valley was shaking hands with his many friends in our section last Thursday Hon Gordon Montgomery of j Columbia was in our town a day or so of last week looking Jij after insurance Mr Willie Hill a son of Strong Hill is confined to his room with typhoid fever He contIacted the disease at Edmonton Mrs Diddle Bragg returned from Knob Lick one day last week where she had been by the bedside of her sister Mr George Flowers of Co lumbia and Miss ClaraWilmore of our city visited the Misses Walker at Nell last Sunday Mr Ace Baker one of Baker tons uptodate business men was in our community one day t last week looking after work cat tie The Misses fierriford of Burkesyitie are spending a few days with their brother Mr 4 i Chas Herriford and family near f this place rt J r t Jt 44I PriIn r p t ri i f t 1l Mr Wailer Morrison delivered to S Goodman at Greensburg last Monday for Willmore Moss fiftyfive hundred pounds of dried Mr applesjentertained quite a number of their friends last Thursday in honor of Mr George Hindman of Holden Mo Big Creek base ball team cross ed bats with the Picketts Chap el team last Saturday afternoon resulting in a great victory for the Picketts Chapel team The Adair Oil Company is now atvorkat this place and we are made to believe that in the next few days Gradyville will b in the midst of a forty barrel per day oil well A A Grady and daughter of Park spent several days in this community last week Mr Gra dy is looking well and his many friends and relatives at this place appreciate his visit Your reporter in company with Prof Lee Taylor had the pleasure of visiting the town of Basil last Saturday We found the merchants enjoying a good trade and crops in that section were never better Joel D Moore J H Moore W L Sharp and R L Caldwell attended the Russell Creek As sociation at Pleasant Valley in Green county last week We understand the next association will be held at this place J B Coffey the popular stock man of Columbia passed through here last Tuesday en route forI Glasgow While here he bought a gold standard colored mule thirteen hands high from Wes Coomer for 60 We are sure the color sold the mule Mr Thomas Dowel one of our best farmers returned from Louisville a few days ago where he sold his last year crop of tobacco at very satisfactory prices Some of his best tobacco sold at 13 per hundred Mr Dowel had ten thousand pounds Mr Chas Rowe the Republican candidate for Magistrate was in our midst one day last week and he presented your re porter with the smallest piece of silver money we ever had the pleasure of seeing The value was onefourfh of a cent Charley saysit Is free silver and of course Bryan Blackburn and myself were for free silver Smith 1Jell bought last week in Cumberland county 80 cattle from li to 3 cents per pound bought 21 mule colts at a cost of 6750 cents each Bought 20 ofce year old mules at 80 J each 125 head of sheep at 3 per head 100 hogs weighed at Greensburg at 5 cents per pound They also bought ore mule colt under one year old front Bedfod Weaver of Cumberland county for 1107Te must say here that this is one of the best colts that was ever in the county It measures 14l hands high and made up in proportion to its heighth There was not a defect about the colt How to Live Life after all is never very happy towtoto be well The answer to both is keep your main health communications stomach liver and bowels in good order with Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup pepsin It is reliable safe and pleasant cure for headache constipation colic and all symptoms of e digestive trouble N Page of ColumliRB Wilson of Cane Moneyback iiLi i1I e i li f J1ii iFtj ftJ lf Fbcrr t icIiffI 4 4li1tf i hbPfc i Z fi rJt L RUSSELL SPRINGS m Rev F B Scrimsher a Chris tian preacher of Lexington Ky closed q series of meetings here last Thursday with two additions to the church Mr John Wilhite of Mill vasherejlast Russell Springs Academy Quite a number of people from here attended the Association at Salem church last Sunday Mr J D Grider has rerehted the Vaughan hotel from Mr B F Coffey The property has already been turned over to Mr GriderMr Jerome Bernard candi date for Jailer of Russell county on the Demociatic ticket was in town last Saturday Rev J L Adkins of Burkes vill was here last Friday on his yay to Fonthill to lose his work as pastor of the Baptist church there KNILY Fine weather for work plenty of rain for all purposes Tobacco is about all cut and a fairly good crop Corn cutting is on hands and the crop is reported good Sorghum making is the order of the day and we will soon have plenty of sweets Mr Chas Pendleton is in from Illinois on a visit to his father MrP T Cooley who has been sick for several weeks is reported no better Sheriff F W Miller was in our town one day last week The farmers still complain of no cattle buyers There are several cattle in this section Mr Dock Hardin and brother have bought a new sorghum mill Mr James Humphress and wife visited W E Bryant one day last week Mr W F Cabbell closed a ten night singing at our town last Wednesday night Mr Cabbell is an efficient teacher Rev Leslie Bottom will preach at our town the 3rd Saturday and Sunday in each month J0PPJt Corncutting and sorghum makingseems to be the order of the day I Wm Holladay has typhoid fe verMrs Porter Shaw of Sano is visiting relatives here Misses Lena Powell and Emma Strange Messrs Owen Young and Ed Miller visited Griffin Springs Sunday Rev Adkins closed a twoweek meeting at Zion with fouraddi- tipns Robt Montgomery and family of Mt Pleasant made a very pleasant visit with relatives here last week Mr Wm Conoverand daughter Miss Effie visited at John Youngs Saturdayi Miss Nona Jeffries Columbia visited here a few days of the meeting Prof R 0 Cabbell who has been cenducting a class in vocal music at Knifley returned home last week Mont Conover and wife visited James Butler of Mt Pleasant last Sunday Our merchant Mr Coffey is receiving his fall stock of goods Mr Owen Young while at work iat a saw mill got hiaiiand very badlymasliedwhich is giv- izighim a grektdeal of pain j tlii4ic 4 J r t1 l z jti= i iLL tk 1 CJtNE zLLeiz R A Sublett accompanied by Miss Iva Sublett of this place spent last Thursday with Mr Braxton Massie in Columbia who has been quite sick for sometime J W and S T Judd of this place who h vebeen in Spring field Ky for the past month in the carpenters business re turned home last Saturday They expect to return to that place at an early day T 1 Smith received quite a at1fairan and respected citizen of near here is visiting in St Marys and other places this week Mrs H W Wilson and three children of this place are visiting relatives and friends in Taylor county this week Mrs Pearl Hop e w ell and daughter Miss Minnie are re ported on the sick list at this writingMrs Fannie Atkinson and Mrs Fannie Pierce were in Columbia shopping last Wednesday Ed Eubank one of our pro gressive merchants has been on the sick list Rev W S Dudgeon is erecting anew barn Mr W J Conover of near here will soon be able to occupy his new dwelling which has been under course of construc tion for the past month No2 Miss Bertha Smith who has fever is improving Mr and Mrs R T Dudgeon of St Marys are here this week on a visit W E Hancock has moved his mill from Joe Turners farm to the farm of Al Thomas near Pollards Chapel Mr E CPage who has been seriously ill is improving fast Jno Eubanks made a business trip to Campbetlsville last Thurs day Prof Jas Garnett of Colum bia assisted by Mrs Rose Stark of this plac is teaching us a good schoo They have about ninety pupils at present June Hancock has moved his mill to the Jordan Page farm and is cutting his 10000 feet per day as usual Ruel Hutcherson returned home from Bowling Green last Thursday where he had been logging for the past two months Uncle Wm Farris will have a sale in a few days and move to Campbellsville to live with his daughter Mrs Chas Durham Mrs Anna Hutcherson of Co lumbia paid us a flying visit last week FOR SALK Farm of 278 acres 6Y1miles south of Columbia Kyfon Columbia and Creelsboro road 150 acres in grass in good slate 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 todo 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 BYmiles south of Columbia one steam boiler and engin porteable 6 horse power in good order one steam bucker as good as new Eightyeight tS acres of land on Burnes creek 9 miles south of Columbia Ky most all in timber The stavetimbarhas- been cut 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 WALKUP Glensf ork Ky for Sale A farm containing 216 acres of goo land lying three miles West of Colum biathis property is known as the W J Atkins farm It produces well and there are upon it a good dwelling good barn and all thern necessary outbuild ings Theretis also much valuable timber For further information address G Al Atkuia CJolumhia Ky li rs i i i t t ritw l 1 i i f it I 2I l er J 1 I i d J J HOME PHONE 5189 CUMBERLAND PHONE 3454A James reene 7 FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS MATTINGS STOVES RANGES 425 to 429 EAST MARKET ST Bacons Old Store LOUISVILLE KY I lVII 1 I 1 1 I 1 VV I v 1 V V L 7 j= j 7i 7 7i= IIS Buggies Phaetons Runabouts Surreys g I tEWOODSON LEWIS IGREENSBURG KY v I 5IJ Ij1 I r the season and will sell at prices cashIiE Expects to receive a carload al I I dist I 5II i discoveryI5 3fE alfalfa on almost any soil Write for catalog 5 jI7i= I j WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG KY 92 I isIv7 I IW If 1 I 1 I I V V 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I 1 I I Hardware Hardware A full and goodsEverythingWE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF SADDLES 75ND HARNESS And 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 of PftRMINQ fflCfilNeRY We have recently added a full line of PAINTS and OILS THE GREEN SEAL LIQUID PAINT have no superior Our line of Guns and Ammunitions up to the demands I Ii JEFFRIES SON 4 4 J GOODI t4 Our Yellow Pine Doors are as good ias 5 1 i r BETTERESTJ I Anybodys There are no Better White Pine Doors than ours Our KORELOCK VENEERED BIRCHi are the BEST that can be They are the only Doors sold with a Man ufaeturers Guarantee We carry them in J Stock t 1tT t THE QUICK SHIPPERS I SASH DOOR HEADQUARTERS i J 123 East Mair St LOUISVILLE KT J l 4 4 I WHEN YOU wiJOb C-ALLTHELip NEWS d li 1J M i 91ili jt 1t 4fltz1 c t 1 f hi ci frt 7 iii j 1 t j 1 1 i11t f f tXI fit it t 4 r iJ s f t h iI ii ry b 7 Z 1 LWr 7j f