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Digital page images are linked to the text file. si-I J I 1I i4 10 f1 j J E I Y t 1 1I I t enntl- r 11 tbJjt r VOLUME 8 l COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER y7 1905 NUMBER 45 i I POST OFFIOEIREOTORY i J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days 730 a m to 820 p In COURT DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT1UOO sessions a yearThird Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit rudgeB C Baker Commonwealths AttorneyA A Hudolertxm Sheriff F W Miller Circuit ClerkJ F Neat COUNTY CotRTFirst Monday In each month JudgeT A MurrelL County Attorney Jaa Garnett ClerkT R StultL TailerJ EL P Conover AssessorJ F Pelly T McCaffreeISurveyorR D Jonei Coronerc M RusselL CITY CoUBTResrular court second Monday In each month JudgeJasG Eubank Attorney Gordon Montgomery Marshal W A Myers CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BURKESVILLE STREET Rev W C Clemens Services second and fourth Sundays in castor SundaySchool at 9 a m every Sab each month bath Prayermeeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BunESVILTE STREETRev F E Lewis pastor Services first and third Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer ineetirig Thursday night BAPTIST GREEKSBURG STREETRSV J P Scruggs pastor third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayermeetmg Tuesday nightICHRISTIAN PIKE Eld A L Oder pastor CAMPBSLLSVILLE Sundays ind and Fourth Services s e con every Sabbath at 930 each month SundaySchool Prayermeeting Wednesday night a m LODGES MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A M Regnlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery fLE GAtkins Secretary COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month JAn GARNETT T I M T R STULTS RECORDER COLUMBIA CHAPTER R A M No 7 meets Friday R Stults H PTnight after full moon Horace Jeffries Secretary lHotel AND Restaurant it I Brlntbn Son Jopr tor- LoliaI s aU Horn Day OF NijM 3COMFQRTABLP ROOMS j J The trade of Adair and adjoiLtng couuties solicitedp LEBANON KENTUCKY f JN MUItRELL Ji- DENTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY OFFICE Corner Room Marcunr HotelS 600 MM AWAY Christmas Presents for Sub scribers to the weekly CourierJournal o The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Watersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of n 50 30 and 2Oand sixteen presents of 30 and 20 to be given in the States of Kentucky Tennessee Indiana 1 Texas Mississipp Missouri Virginia Sand Alabama The plan is fair and sim i pIe Write to the Courier Journal Com pany Louisville Ky fora copy of the Week1yCourier3otLr4 giving full details It will be sent free i7ci 1 I rt ES t5i4 r r I S++ls44 + + + i4 +++++ +++ + + + 4+ ++ 4 IILOCAL NEWS i + + + + + + +4 ++ + f +++ The Ladies Aid Society will meet at Mrs L C Hurts this Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock ribyWilson Miss Ethel Azbill will coach There will be a Sunday school gath ering atGoodins schoolhouse next Saturday and Sunday Mr Sam Stapp will conduct the song service Mrs Ella Hartwell of Denver Col and Mr Jas Gray and wife Olney Ill who have been visiting in Russell county were in this place the first of the week en route for their respective homes While in Columbia they were the guests of the family of Mr W F Jeffries Mr O A Taylor one of Adair counties best young men is now a salesman in Mr W L Walkers store Mr Taylor will take pleasure in wait ing upon the trade and he invites his friends to call and see him in his new place of business Millinery Display I have just returned form the market with a beautiful line of Fall and Winter millinery which will be on display Fri day All the ladies of Adair and ad joining counties are invited to call Miss BIRDIE POWELL The two institutions of learning located at this place are moving to the front Additional pupils arrive daily and by the last of the year both colleges will have many more students than at the same time last year The college buildings and dormitories are large ample room for all who may come Start your sons and daughters nowMr Jas Grover Blair a young man who resided in the Casey Creek and Pellyton neighborhoods died Monday of last week a victim of typhoid fever He was about twenty years old exemplary in habits and was univer sally popular His parents and broth ers and sisters have the sympathy of all the people in that section iof the country I The dwelling house and all its con tents of Spencer Johnston colored of Mt Carmel neighborhood was destroyed by fire Monday Nothing was sayed and the children made a narrow escape A defective flue was the cause Johnson was well fixed and his loss is regretted by all the people of that sec tionThe sermon delivered by Presiding Elder Shelley at the Methodt church last Sunday night was one of the strongest heard here for many months His text was The Immortality of the Souljand he showed conclusively that there was a brighter world beyond for all Gods children As statedelse where Elder Shelly is very much liked here and our people are sorry that his four yearsliave expired necessitating his removal to another point I Mr C C Bault a respected citizen of the Cane Valley section died last Friday morning with diseases incident to old agp He would have been seven tyfouryearsold had he lived until next Maxell His friendly disposition and strictmoral and religious character endeared him tu the people and lie will be greatly missed A large number of relatives and friendsattended the last sad rites The people of Columbia Distiict exceedinglythat siding Elder is about to close He has presided over the district four years and has done a great work He isan able consecrated minister and has peopleIthe Conference and we are sure there is not one who Is more zealous in the cause of Christianity During the four years he and his estimable wife have resided m Columbia and their depart ure williiiot only be regreted by the Methodist peplebutby the whole community Elder Shelley sabUity demands a good location and we feel sure that the Bishop will so decides Con ference meets atJjeitchfiekl this week 4 Il f1 i Jt rz jL I iiI 6 SnI t Mrs LT Powell and Mr L V property1jfortion to locate in Oregon when they diS- pose of their holdings in Columbia The property for sale is desirable in every respect and those desiring to locate in the most progressive town in Southern Kentucky should act at once J W Cape of Russell county a notorious liquor peddler was in Columbia last Wednesday plying his vocation The authorities got on to his game and he was arrested tried and fined 180 He was the boldest liquor fraficer that ever struck the town He is now Sin the county jail and when he serve- out his fine the Government will take charge of him There are other indictments against him in the Adair Circuit Court Eld A L Oder pastor of the Chris tian church this place v closed a very successful meeting at Mt Pleasant last Saturday night The meeting was in progress two weeks and during the whole of that time large congregations attended the night services manifesting interest from the start There were twentyeight additions to the Church eighteen by baptsm fou re claimed afid six took membership jS DCrenshaw exhibited a hen egg at this office not larger then an ordina ry bird egg but of natural shape and hard shell Mr Crenshaw states that it is about an average egg for this hen- a well developed plymouth rock The smallness of her product is more than off set by quantity as she lays 365 days in the year Mr Crenshaw has never attempted hatching any of the eggs believihg that the chicks would be too long in reaching the frying stage The Marion Falcon has the following concerning the proposedrailroad Our people who have watched the progress made by the promoters of our new railroad have reasons to believe now that their hopes will not be in vain Mr Azbill and his corps of engineers were here the first of the week and are now surveying the route over Mul draughs Hill with the hope that it will not be necessary to tunnel The survey of the entire route has been completed and rights of way nearly all secured The grades as required by the prospectus were easily secured and the aver age grade much less than was anticipated Nowcomes the time for the long- pull the strong pull and the pull all to gether by the people along this route whch pull should not cease until we can hear the rattle and the din of the cars- on the new rails GRADYVILLE 444e +4 Ed Wheeler of Sparksville was heie Saturday Mrs L G Hill is improving at this time i CC Coomer of Bazil sold Wilmore Moss 2500 pounds of dried apples last week W C Yates and wife of Portland spent Satqrday night and Sunday in our city Rev J H Nicholson filled his conferI last Sunday Miss Nell Hindman was sick several days last wee k with throat trouble J D Lowe passed thrQugl here Thursdayenroute for Edmonton Miss Clara Austin and Jim Wilmore attended the musical recital at Columbia last Friday nightSJo L Robertson of Columbia was transacting sinessherea a day or so last week Q T Flowers Jr of Columbia was transacting business in teal estate here one s t Sr 7kr 1 1SIj r 4S r hL f 1JtritiAT l ovr rif ft ir f 4 J t 1 i 1 JL 2j Ii j week The Adair Oil Company is pro gressing nicely and expect to have plenty ofoit in th e next few days V Mr and Mrs Thos Moss of Nell entertained several of theirS friends from this place last daySProf G B Yates and wife of Joppa attended church here Saturday night and Sunday Mr C 0 Moss one of the stewards of the Methodist church informed your reporter that the circuit had paid entirely out ofall of its assessment for this year Judge George Herriford and daughter of Burkesville visited his son CM Herriford near tsMrs Jane Turk visited the family ofMr Z M Staples Colum bia last week GH Nell returned from Louis ville the first of the week after selling several carloads of stock for Smith Nell Willie and Annie Hunterare confined with the fever Prof Byron Montgomery who is teaching a very interesting school at High Step visited his parents at Columbia Saturday and SundayS Mrs AdaWilmore and daught er returned last week from a vis it to relatives at Leitchfield The children of Mrs C Nil more celebrated her 70th anivers ary last Thursday Notwithstanding the advanced age ofthis lady she gets around equal to any of her daughters Rev J H Nicholson in company with Mr C 0 Moss start ed Sunday for Leitchfield to at tend the annual conference of M E Church Rev J P Scruggs filled his regular appointtment here Sat urday and Sunday and in his us ual manner delivered us two ex cellent sermons We are glad to note that Mrs S Hopper who has been in very bad health for several months is nov improving W W Yates made a tr ip to Metcalf last week in the interest of Walkup Yates who are do ing good business in tombstone and monumental work Mr and Mrs Geo H Nell entertained the family of Mr C M Herriford of Bliss and Judge Herriford and daughter of Burkesville Saturday N H Moss wife and daughter spent last Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Green county i I Miss Bessie Walker one of the Columbia M F High School students spent Sunday at her home Bhewasaaccompanied by her friend Miss Mary Williams of Green county i Mr H C Walker informed your reporter that he was in receipt of aletter from Mr J H Turk formerly of Adair hut of Gainesville Arkansas Wear glad to know that Mr Turk is surrounded with plenty of this countryWekeep a good man down especially when he goeis from Adair county He requested Mr Walker to send him the best paper in this section and of course that means The Adair County NewsiL Grady bought afine Pea cock mare at Glasgow last week for 250 He also bought a Pea YatesforPeacock colt to Wm Hindmanv fot75 v 0t 1 J Vf It tg j I wJ ri t 1J5l 1 I i ffI1 ltf j t f r J Xi i x j b1r ri Z 1 Land Stock and Crops 000 W L Grady bought at Glas gow last week a Peacock mare for 250 He also bought a Pea cock colt from Mr Chas Yates for 75 j 000 M Cravens bought of SD acresoffor 500 ooo Scott Montgomery sold J W 3Jer will build 000- C C Hindman sold to Will of Milltown a Peacock colt for 75 000 Grover Grfssom bought a harness mare last week of Collins Bros at 126 ooo jBooo Prof A H Ballard bought oi Mrs Luvenia Kelsay a span of mules for 270 000 ftTim Collins bought of Rev C R Payne the Baptist parsonage property for 1300 000 SmithINell 1 ooo Spencer Wooten bought of Ed Wheeler a horse for 65 ooo Miss Nona to Powell sold J D Flowers a lot on Greensburg street for 325 000 Peter Conover the deputy postmaster purchased of Con over Taylor last week a new residence on Boomer Heights for 1050 ooo Tandy Son sold R K Young a mule for 155 They also shipped a carload of cattle to the Louisville market 000 Flowers Bros bought of WL Walker Columbia a fiveyear old Peacock gelding for 135 6 top 450to 550 lbs steer calves at an average of 13 per head 000 Mr W R Dohoney recently purchasedof his father Mr J C Dohoney the place known as the Oscar Pile farm near town for 4500 This is one of the best farms in the county in the hands of one of the best farmers 000 There was a public sale at the latehome of Mr Jo Hood last Saturday Corn brought 190 and 200 per barrel wheat 90 cents But one or two head of stock solda horse brought 90 and a cow 29J oVCoffey Btos Young bought two small mules from Elija Has kins at 160 two cotton mules from Twymah Atkins at 200 one Southern horse of Earl Hams of Burkesville at 110 000S A R Feese sold to Bud Deer ng last week a number of fatlbogs at 485 per hundred and bought oi different parties five head of mules averaging 5250 per head Also bought one two yearold horse mule of CDAn tie for 100 jC5v fJ t7J1 II Jtf I ir V it I Itt t Jc F7 Fr i OJJ r y t i tt f f if I r l N J 1so Walker Bryant bought two horses from J D Bryant for 175 sold one horse to same party for 60 bought one mare colt from John Turner for 50S14 head ofhogs from DG Pal rott 3 to 4i cents ooo R K Young bought 25 head of two and threeyearold cattle from different parties in Cum berland county at 220 to 300 Twe mules one a 16J hands at 14000 the other a weanling mule colt 4 feet 7 inches high at 75 He also sold a mule colt at 85 OOO H C Bottom of this place sold M S Farris of Danville fifty head of cattle at 240 to 300 Mr Farris informed Mr Bottom that he had 1600 cattle in Boyle and adjoining counties 000JW L Grady bought a Vean ling Percock colt from C H Yates for 85 He also bought a twoyearold filley from J W Fordof Glasgow for 285 This filleyvas a successful show ani GlasgowFairthe great blue ribbon winners when fully developed She is a Squirrel on sire side and Peacock on darn 4 CORIAs I am a reader of your paper and see no one writing from this place I will write a short letter The farmers have been buisy saving feed and cutting tobacco They are making preparations to sow wheat J B Wisdom and Miss Vircy Jesse were happily married at the home of bride last Thursday k Mr Wisdom being 35 years of age while Miss Jesse was only 16 Their many friends wish them a prosperous life as both are of nice families Prof Bandy is conducting a singing class at Red Lick Pro fessor is a fine teacherS Tom Curry and others passed through here Friday enroute for Good Luck to attend the Old Babptist Association Edgar Frank and Lewis Reece attended the Association at Good Luck Saturday and Sunday Metcalf candidates are thick and they all say they are going to win but laIn thinking half of them will be sick about November v 8th I want to say for the Democrats that I dont believe they ever had a better ticket ancL if the good people will standJflS it we will win There is a demand here for hands to cut stave blocks at fair prices Prof Noah Loy is teaching us- a good school There is always success where Noah teaches For Sale Idesire to sell my residence near tha public square on water street It is a repaitTherelSof the front door All the necessary outbuildings are as good as new and upon the premises is an excellent well springhouseKgain ReedColumbia for Sale A farm containing 216 acres of goo and lying three miles West of Colum bia This property is known as the W J Atkins farm It produces well and gOOdbarnandallother ings There is also much valuable tim Ber rGAAtkin fl rtcS+ f 1 jS4 1 tW J t t 1tf 4 c i itIt f1 SSScSSIdSSy SS r I J i i l j t F r fifE AD AIR COUNTY NEWS iOL0MBIA KY Sep27 19t5 ii New Machine Shop AT ESTO KY Equipped with the best modern Uptodat6 Machine Tools I am prepared to do any kind of work on your engine that it may require and do it in a first class workmanlike manner Satisfaction guaran teed and prices will be rightthe lowest consistent with first class work Try me and be convinced I use the very best soft Gray Iron Castings for Cylinder Rings and Valve work and Piston Heads Which is the best for the purpose known 1 carry a line of Shafting and Fipeing and a complete line of brass trimmings viz Injectors Lubricators Valves Oil Cups Etc Bring on your Engine work Machinery work a specialty I am located 3 miles west of Jamestown in Russell Co on the Columbia road CU H HEIW IIP THE JackofallTrades 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 the Press For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY W F JEFFRIES SON Agts Hf UNDERTAKERS SHOP =Russell Spr ngs Ky I have just opened an Undertakers readyforCOFFINS AND CASKETS 1 which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to patronize my shop J E SNOW G VI Wiseman Son J8616rsalld Opticians DEALERS IN Diamonds and Precious Stones J Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line No 132 West Market bet 1st and 2nd Opp site Music Hal- lLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY vetinery FkfculorPollevil Splints Spavinor any Surgical work done at fir prices I AM FIXED TO TAKE CARE OF STOCK SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EYES S D CRENSHAW jV yK Jiifle from Columbia on Disscpoiniraent y1 f- L5 7 r f i 3 J 1 COCACOLA IScHARMLESS t Results of an Investigation Made by Authorities a Harmless Beverage REMARKABLE TEMPERANCE DrINK The past few years have seen a remarkable growth in temper ance convictions in all parts of she United States been also a Therel1asj tion in the consumption uous liquors While these two facts are related to each other in other words the growth of temperance accounts in part fo the diminution of the liquor traf fic there has been a powerful auxiliary to temperance in th very refreshing beverages that have experienced such widePe tiularityof them has become so famous as CocaCola which was manufactured originally in Atlanta Ga sameIcago Dallas and Los Angeles PImand for this popular beverage from the territory to which each city is the distributing center Largely on account of the in perjfectJy thie many let us see what these analyses o of authorized and disinterested experts reveal as to the merits and alleged demerits of CocaCo la Here they are First is a letter addressed to the editor of the Rams Horn by the chief of the U S Govern ment Bureau of Chemistry in the Department of which is in AgricultuleI quiry as to CocaCola contains cocaine or any other harmful ingredients Mr iIeyIthe chief replied that had never examined CocaCo- ll had been the subject of anal ysis by different Food Commissioners and according to their reports they were none of them able to demonstrate the presence of cocaine This letter is dated June 26th 1905 and is on file in the office of the Rams Horn Chicago The Food Commission to which Chief Wiley refers are those appointed by the several States to guard the people against inJur ous foods and drinks Every report that has been made by these commissions so far as we can learn has been highly favorable to CocaCola A Characteristic one is that from the State of Georgia which is given herewith because Georgia is the original home of this preparation John M McCandles State Chemist State of Georgia Department of Agriculture Division of Chemistry Atlanta Ga February 6 1905 The CocaCola Company Atlanta Ga Y0oar recent as a copy of any analysis I have made of CocaCola I beg to furnish you the following copy of a letter Stanho te inquired particularly concerning any analysis of CocaCola which madeI in Sj the last Legislature imposing a tax upon all the sodawater syr ups and 1 believe it was amended to put a still higher tax upon CocaCola than upon any other syrup seofits supposeQ- iiIijuriouscharact r I analyzed as I bought If J tfvV tJ r t the open market and tested for cocaine and also vhichjwere Ouncef culated that this amount was beIing to the analysis given in Al lens Commercial Organic Anal ysis I also found that CocaCo la contained 2472 grams of phos phoric acid per gallon equivalentI to 379 grains of 90 phosphoric acid I did not untl dertake to estimate or determine any of the various flavoring in gredients which are used in CocaCola My final judgment aboutthe matter was that therej was nothing more inj foundrin tea or coffee I have seen no other analyses which have been sPecifeic gravity of the sample which I xaminedwas about I28 Prac cally all of the solid matter shone by this specific gravity was due to sugar Yours very truly Jno M McCandles State Chem list refort of State Commissions is that of Dr Louis Shaefer President of the Shaefer Alkaloid Works Mayvood N J large manufact Cocaine Caffeine IIStrychnine and other alkaloids 7th 1904 I went to the Drug Store of J Milhaus Son 183 Broadway New York fof original CocaCola Syrup I oh tained a bottle which the drug gist asserted was taken from the original cask I made during the 8th 9th and 10th of March a thorough analysis of the obtained syrup using the best knowledge of my long experience in the chemistry of Alkaloids to isolate the Alka loids of the sample I found that the sample contained a small percentage of Caffeine which is the Alkaloid of Cola ian large quantities intea leaves and coffee beans Outside of Caf feine I could not isolate any other Alkaloids I especially directedmy efforts to the detection of Cocaine For this purpose I made repeated fractional examinations of the Total Alkaloid v obtained from the syrup I narrowed the fractions which should contain all the Cocaine of the sample if there were any Iiin each case that not a trace of Cocaine which has been pro nounced characteristic could b detected The above experiments pray e tome conclusively that the Coca Cola Syrup as sold by the Coca Cola Company does not contain a trace of Cocaine Signned Dr L Shaefer Acknowledged before me tlii eleventh day df March 1904 Albert FrankelNotaryPubli No 68 Kings Co N1Y C J C Mims Analytical and I- dustrial Chemist Board ofheVljl n New Orleans aiso purchased n the open market a quantity CocaCola Syrup andsubnnttecJjsame to analysis examination he failed to show the presence of Cocaine or other injurious Alkaloids His report is dated June 7th 1905 In view of the many false and perhaps malicious reports th thejpresenDrB H Warren the Dairy and Food Commissioner of the v State caused an analysis to bejnade cif the syrup by chemists appointed by authority of law to perforin Ildfood1903 Dr rC BCochne of f 1nre 1 rY The said chemists obtained a r ROSSjCoa detectedIwas wholly in the interest of jhe people of Pennsylvania with the sole view of protecting the people of that State from the sale and use of and soda fountain drinkwhich might contain Cocaine It is a complete and perfect answer to the charge that CocaCola contains Cocaine and should forever silence those who have made such a charge X x X Finally to answer every ques tion which might be inspired by ignorance prejudice or malice we might askx Is CocaCola intoxicating It positively is not Does CocaCola containalcohol It certainly does not colIn view of the above facts supported incontestibly by an expert analysis and testimony the rcordiallyecommend wish a delightful invigorating refreshing beverage and who Wish to see that beverage supplant the harmful intoxicating inebriating liquors that contribute so much to the worlds misI ery It is in view of the above that such reputable papers as the Saturday Evening Post the Christian Herald and The Rams Horn and many others which are notably strict in respect to their advertising columns have given large publicity- to CocaCola believing that in so doing they are not only benefiting themselves in a business but are benefiting the public vayI cidedly by helping to introduce aIbeverage in place of wine and Whiskey which is scarcely less stimulating but is far more beneficial From Rams Horn by permission It is characteristic of mankind when misfortune of any sort overtakes one to want to fasten the blame of it on some one other than ones self There are people in fact who do not seem to realize that this attitude is whol ly childish undignified and often equivalent to a confession ofut tera incapacity on their own part It isso nevertheless asserts the Epitomist Indeed not to b able to direct ones oyn busines- successfully or to steer clear of the difficulties besettihg every mans path indicates that a per son lacks intelligence firmness and tact Rather that bewailing ale1 ascribing the cause of their hard luck to folks in nowise practical ly to blame for it they should be stir themslves to effect the nec esary improvement sib their own character and disposition insformation that the number of teachers in the United States has doubled in the last thirty years and is now greater tli a n the Iawnyers and physicians There is one teacher to every twentyone teachofing however is not a steady one Many young men and women re sort to it as atemporary employ meat as something that Will do till they can get something ter Then there are many betj pialist in the schools who are Jed as teachers in the census re notatproperly to the te g profession j Incredible Brutality It would have been incredible brutal ofSyracuseNfor his suffering son My boy he says cut avfearfulgrsh over his eye salvewhicheye GOOd for burns and V ers toolOnly 25c at T E Paulls store i v i 7 fO tlIi 1 1It4 4 I I J li h lG rC L lCvw i liilvw vT 11 j iYi7J IwwvwvvvvviIiE We are paying the following prices for Timber 3 g delivered on our yard in Columbia Ky iw Split HickoryjSingletree Billets 5R 7C 2+ in on Heart 3J in Deep 38 in Long G 25 per 1000 ps D i23 U U7 y 7Kri3 3 rt46 40 h 3f Sa r 50 75 i1 i2 2 28 8 1 5 All billets must be made from good live straight rained D 35 hickory either red or white free from all defectsn orXINV wm straightj v i521 in on Heart 2in 44 inn Deep Long c 20 per 1000 ps IT I HICKORY SPOKESxi AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES PER 1000PIECES k E 21 in on heart 2J Deep 30 in Long NA B Grade 25 f 1 cc I24 21 34cc cC cc 12IT 21 21 30 D 8 iE 2 21 O A B 20 i xi1 9cc cc 21 cc 30 C 10 C f 2 21 f 30 D 6IiNIX a- XIN 11 1 30 A B 12 i1 NIX tt11 I4 30 c 6NIX Tl cif i ic30 1XIN 2 4 4 xi Cwstraight grained 5xi 5 timber free from defects and fully up to size ti i 5 growthC t 7i D spokes may be red orredand white xi Columbia Singletree CoIr I 7ii i7 iiiii iji v Fifth Avenue Hotel EEE bj33ili WtrU FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS LOUISVILLE taf 4 Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled AFirstclass 8e Hotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and Theatres s PIKE CAMPBELL Manager LebanonLaundryiERANON WXR JOHNSON Proprietor 1 This is one of the Best and most Reliable Laundries in the State Columbias winbex x r x x v xr lm MARCUM HOTEL COLUMBIA KY 9 IS A BUILDING OFMODERN n t Architecture containing 35 new neat and well ven rooms 11S nicely furnished conveniently tlocated and is the bin Southern Kentucky Accommodations eqyuil to the best city hotels Three fgpod sample roomsforr commercial men t 4 MvHMARCUM Propr f= FRANK CORCORAN M J METCALFE Corcoran Metcalfe I Main Street liebanon Kentucky MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN HIGHGRADE MARBLEi 1 AND GRANITE l C i t rvlokOf all kinds Set Us Before You Buy i Trade from Adair and a joining counties respectfully solicited etd f r I WHENYQIT WANT BftlCK 1NHN Ni Job Printing N NaCALL THE NEWS L i ry ti 5 t tJpf 1 r I I x I hr I 1 iY 7 j 7 c r c C r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Sep27J 1905 JOHN A HOBSON DEALER IN Furniture r Vall Paperr COOK Stoves A J Lime CemEjit y Doors i W in do w Sh Y The Place for Bargains v GREENS BURG KBNTUQKY w J i i A Painless Cure of Curable Pain L Never resign yourself to suffer pain Womens pains are curable They are the sign of dangerous K conditions of the female organs which should bei 1t promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow I j r Te Jul EcoF r iI vtJ r J 0 4iW dfi t11t n or 1 ttCfA i1U1 0 Wr f 1p ri lrrJI- Jj Il i I j j J A f w inVA4 f t only compels the pains to stop but it follows up and drives out tic cause cf the pains which prevents them from coming back L ttt makes you well Try itrr A Sold eve I here in CO bottles iofts WRITS US A LETTER freely and frankly instrictest confid c e Idling us all your symptoms and JuKs We will send free advice l u Liin sealed envelope how to i u titiu Address Ladies Advisory F D N Tht Chattanooga Medicine Coy sooLa Tenn f- YAui IiIQT IWIIir- 1l WHEN You CAN INSPECT AND TRY THE BEST MACHINE MDE YOURv v x BY THIS SIGN YOU MAY KNOW THE SINGER WHERE YOU ARE ASSURED OF Oa i TAKE Stops GentleA A i4 4 r l i t l IrrF v WITHOUT A PAIN l writes Mary Shelton of Poplara Bluff Mo I dn do my housework f although before taking CARDU1 two f doctors had done me no good can truthfully say I was cured by Cardui IN OWN TOWN STORE I FAIR DEALING BY YOUR OWN TOWNS PEOPLE BACKED BY SINGER GUARANTEE i SOLD OR RENTED AT Singer Sewing Machine Co East Side Public Sqnare COLUMBIA FE LING LIVERISH This Morning BlackDraught Indigesfion 25A- T 1And tmtiveII WE ESTER DENTIST KENDALL KENTUCKY J iJ I ofthis THE KENTUCKYTHE Mar risianna Watr THAT RESTORES THE OLD TcY THEIR YOUTH AGAIN excellent Summer Resort situ IThis miles from Campbellsville Ky Greensburg road is now read andamply able to take care of all comers Propertiesothisf wonderfulIIIT CURES Sick Headache somnia Dyspepsia Catarrh of Stomach and Bowels Diseases of the Diver Jaun nteryIIt removes thecause of the disease Those affected with Lung Trouble can drink this water with benefit Jt puri complexioandmakes n portation can be easily secured atICam bellsville from liverymen w h meet ally trains day and night Tho1Y terms are very reasonable furth er information WritefJ C MORRISQNy Prop Campbellsville Ky r t tr I r tft 4ak Able Young Men Now In De f ffiandJ A notable article by Governor Johnson of Minnesota entitled Americas Prizes For Honest Men appears in the magazine Men and Women for September He says that there never was a time in the history of the country when the demand for young me of ability and energy was so great as it is at present but h adds that while the country is full of opportunities the young man who waits for an opportuni- t to carry him to the top of the ladder will suffergrevious disap pointmentsThe b man says Governo- Johnson who spends his time in having fun or thinking about it does not deserve success and generally gets what he deserves In tbthe honesty in public life the Governor makes notable utter ances He thinks there is great opportunities for the young main n the trust business Here i what he says The vast combinations of cap ital commonly called trusts which have monopolized to themselves so many industries have o course thad their influence on th opportunitiee for young men in those particular lines of business These combinations are foun mostly in manufacturing an transportation and have revolu tionized the business methods in their field of activity BefO- rthese combinations sprang in to power a great number of inde pendentindividuals and corpora tions were engaged in these va rious lines and the ambitious young man worked with the sibility in mind that he might i time become an independent man ufacturer himself In branche- of industry which are now con trolled by combines this incentiv- has been removed but there still great opportunities for youn men who enter these fields even though the business be operated by trusts Men of brains energy and proper tramming are in great d mand in these powerful combination of capital and the man who shows himself to have mastered the details of the business in which he is thbat there is a place for him in which his ability is needed and will be recognized The formation of these great combinations and the attendant evils which have resulted to the country fronD their organization and their methods have made the demand for young men of the right kind greater than ever before t What this country now needs is young men of ability who are also neebd men who carry their honest with them in the condo t of the business men who believe that honesty and integrity are the first requisites to success and who will insist in the naItionWhichever way we turn we readof graft and crookedness in all branches of business and po ofdishoneYs partments of the national goyernr ment in the banks and practical ly every branch of organizedU pna pers and magazines and hear it discussed from the lecture plat form The country seems to be steeped in a veritable saturnalia of crime and corruption The present agitation and the resulting investigations will nn doubtedly result in clarifying the coansn ditions which now exist are main due to the craze of accumulat t ing vast fortunes in a short time which always follows mad specu ration Tie Governor concludes by adi J ri X j MI J 1 rrri a vising honesty and energy and adds that no matter how badly handicapped young man may be there are always opportunities IjLis closing sentence is Be hon est work hard and be always ready and you will succeed e Kentucky Crop Report vernseasonable Some localities com someof not enough But asa whole crops havenot suffered material ly either by drouth gr excess of rain The corn crop is a good one Thnlycowplaints are that on orwant of proper cultivation an some of it drowning out But taking the State over the crop is a full average 0The yield of wheat per acre is a below the overage Oats and rye are above the average The tobacco crop is also a goo one There was some damage somse it suffered for cultivation There is some complaint o house burn of the early cutting There seems to be still a good deal of 1904 crop in the hands of thee 25 per cent t e dark remains unsold September 1st Prices of tobacco of 1904 thde year were burley 14 per cent less while that of dark moreecrop a average in quantity but a large per cent of it is more or less damaged by the excessive moisture at the time of harvesting Live stock ofall kinds is re disn ease any kind is reported froi Aboust of yonng colts breedineg sheep are about an av beg s seem to be in good shape so far as- an abundant harvest is concerned SaleseThe fundamental principle on which successful public sales are built is the possession of good stock not only having a high grade of individual merit but in addition such as answers the demands of the best breeders with reference to the blood lines in volvedaccording L E Ausman in Twentieth Century Farmer The breeder should make it a point to keep for sale that kind of an animal and that strain of breeding that the public is buying most freely and paying the highest prices far One sale is a good advertisement for the next so goodanimals must be the bas is on which to begin rialiit y should go intob in the best possible condition While they should not at sale time car uldl1nakeif fat They should be fed in a gradual way which shall at sale time bring them to the culminating point of highest bloom This inepor tanceb careful judgment and unceasing oversight as the bloom point lasts but a short time and too much fitting is harmful in appearance as too littl It is almost neccessary to live duringIthe period of preparation as they can never be too good Careful grooming must never be overlooked When the animal is driven into the ring let it be in the best possible form Each animal should early in the day be mark ed with the catalogue nun ber so that buyers may be able to identify examine and make their selection before the opens SJ r rt5 ta r r I t rF Horticulural Hints Every fruit tree should be lab eled They soon fall off b u should be put on again Packages should jbe of full meas ure To fall short vis to provok- a customer- There is no secret about a man methY The taste for good fruit may so cultivated that it will be had even at a larger price Mulberries make a good h deI trees for the poultry yards and the fowls devour the berries thre bdmixturebFir firstclassIshape will create an inquiry for more of the same kind Bdset then a little later will do Hundreds of trees set every thfe owners It is not always the fault of the nurserymen A large orchard poorly planted and poorly tended will not duce as good results as fevETI trees well cultivated Do not try to raise cauliflowe r on poor soil They need plenty of nitrogen and humus to retain moisture Young trees should not be trim med too liberally as too much foliage clipped weakens the feeding power There is no objection to sellin No 2 fruit if it is so marked inwhere the trouble is f Whenever root grafting is used in the winter the plants not be set out in the spring un less the grafts have tob getherIf But Just Supposo But just suppose that the So h should send a freak or two to the Senate Will they not be as i ocuous as the Northern freaks1I The country will with Vardeman crossing swords with LaFollette and neither will1 hurt the senate Washington Post Certainly notnor better it for that matter so intrenched are the railrays trusts in the senate that the a dition of Vardeman and LaFoll s01nevhatjcranky but one on the side of the com mon people Mississippi crow haj ing Democratic senators and the election of LaFollette being gain to popular rights Republi can though he is but not of the type the trusts and the railways like to have in the senate Honest men are not at a di count in the senate for the redS on that honest men are not at a discount anywhere They are simply not wanted in the senate because10f Messinger J How to Live Life after all is never very happy if a person is constantly sick How to live is largely a question of how to be well The answer to both is communicatioe ns good order with Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It is reliable safe and pleasant cure for headache constipation colic and all symptoms of the digestive trouble Sold by J N Page of Columbia R B Wilson of Cane Valley Ky at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails For Sale One 16horse power gasoline engine with grist mill and corn crusher good condition S K Humphress Co- Knifley Ky tf f d irc v Jkr t i- rjrf f S ir J f1f4 txr r x Friendship When the sun is bright and the sky is tAnd calm is the wind and weather IJ Then plenty of friends will stick by x you togetheregrowv And the grass in the wind nods to and fro So many a friend with you will go On the way oer the sunlight heather But if clouds grow dark and the way grows steep And the harsh wind blood is chilling But few you will find at your side will keepWith that are warm andwill ing For hard is the path where the sharp thorns hide Where the rough rocks hinder on every side IIAnd you see the wraiths of the loves that dies When your life with woe was filling illtIVh en your path is the path of pleas ure ut cloudy the sky and obscured the sun Their love lacks the needed measure For love like theirs is mare selfishness andIwilled of pleasure lessIf the friend who stands by ITho foul be the wind and weather eyes look love and whose heart beats true togetherS i you his strong right arm And you build new faith on his heart beats warm While you laugh at fate and its threats of harm On your way oer the stormswept heather j b1OR SALE SFarm of 273 acres Ci miles south of Columbia Ky on Columbia and Creelsboro road 150 acres in grass in rood state of cultivation good house and out buildings good fencing plenty of water andClto do business One steam saw mill direct attact ment in good running order will cut 15000 31 feet per day 150 white oaktrees stave trees 8U miles enginIbucker as good as new Eightyeight S3 acres of land on Burnes creek 9 miles south of Columbia Ky most all in timber The stave timber has been cut off of the above but there is poplar ash black oak chestnut hickory and chestnutoak still on the S3 acres All the e for sale by 1vaLIUPnGlensfork Ky For Sale A farm containing 216 acres of goo land lying three miles West of Columbia This property is known as the W J Atkins farm It produces well and goody timdG A Atkins Columbia Ky For Saet I desire to sell my residence near tha public square on water street It is a very desirable home and in good repair yardsaoutbuildings are as good as new and upon the premises is an excellent well springjgains E W Reed Columbia Ky IforSale s Fork five miles eseplentyYgood state of cultivation J R Johnson Ictil nfJ 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 of 14 Custom House Place Chicago says They have no equal for Consti = pation and billiousness 25c atTE Pauls druggist J NOTICE T17EARE NOW READY TO DO ANY RIND of Black mithing horseshoeing and wood work all kinds of Buggy Carriage and Wagon Repairing We are also prepared to apply all kinds of new RUBBER TIRE inWe keep a stock of the best material and re Work done at our shop la guaranteed im workmanshi pand prices Shop located on depot t street Bear Main Give us acalL CLARK ft PARSON jCMMtMlbTilki ty Mar 39 1 OA Z rl 1i S i f i Alt t i1 eJt ear w tu j y fI a i t 0 IIe fL f t tai t ct I 1 r t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 27 1905 s LIMDSY1VILSOM TRIMIM6SOHOOL nt r 85OO IN ADVANCEfir Yt 4Y Pans Board Tuition and incidentals in the LindsayWilson Training school ONE yiflR Reasonable reduction for absence at opening sickness for one week or more ji LITERARY vi PRIMARY INTERMEDIATE ACADEMIC- DIPLOMA rr r NINE All rooms in the Boarding Hall and entire lighted withcampus facilities had greatly improved b1 t E1 er le MISS MARY PAYNE who has oa ding at Hall Roomsare being rapidly you a place Private Board in good homes at 2 to 250 per week 1K iCunt Published BY THE zfr INCRPOI ATED Edit s- I r Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests if the city of Columbia and the people of Adair Sid adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second 4x38 mail matter WED SEPT 27 1905 vv For Jailer WH WILSON V For Assessor T I SMITH For Surveyor R Joseph T ONeal the fusion candidate for Mayor of Louisville Bill Owens js making speeches for him Paul Barth will be the diiext Mayor of Louisville and af ter his election Mr ONeal who claims tobea Democrat will iden tify himself with the Republican SC party but his action will not fstbp the sun from rising nor the from growing zj r It fF1l5 ertrf Rs d yY yyiT4 a f 55Yr t d L r Auditor of Indiana is 12129245 short with the State It is said that most of this money was lost at the gaming table- left San Fransisco last Friday for a tour around the world Mr Bryan stated before taking his departure that the par ty would be absent not less than lone year President Roosevelt Secretary Root Senator Lodge and Joseph H Choate held a conference at Sagamore Hill a few days ago It is said that the doings of the Equitable and New York Life Insur ante Companies were the topic of discussion Hon J M Richardson Glas gow from the Third district who has been quite sick is improving but his e yet far from being a well man His friends hope he will be him self again in a few weeks H has been afflicted with typhoi- fever Alexander T Wilson of Bar-f bourville is a brother to Miss Bessie Wilson who was name as Smith in New York City The girl committed suicide after being deserted and youn Wilson says he will hunt until h finds the man who was the cause his sisters tagic end v The following is taken from The Harrodsburg Herald fort Journal Judge W S Pryor expresses strong reasons why we should return to the viva voce system of voting The Judge j served over 20 years on the ap pellate bench and says his inves tigation of election fraud contests proved conclusively t h a t more 1 n k hl4 t COUNTY CERTIFICATE STATE CERTIFICATE STATE L YL fi i f1 111r frauds by two to one are tom mitten under the secret ballot plan than under the viva v o c e plan He says that it is possible under secret ballot for a few men to absolutely control elections Y a few neatly executed frauds and that no way has been found to circumvent them whereas under the viva voce system each voter has his name recorded and can tee that his name is properly entered If a contest results un der the viva voce system the re cord shows how each man voted thus greatly lessening the oppor tunity for fraud There could under this sytem be no wholesale perversion of the public as under the secret ballot cast in secre and counted in vocates of the retention of the present system argue that corpo rations will be able to control elections by coercing their em ployes to vote as they dictate but even that would not be deplorable as to have dishonest elec tion officers set aside the express cadn The question is to be voted on in the coming November election when we hope the nefarious sys e laws for all time to come the last National campaign gMr Perkins of the New York Life Company contributed 48 792 to the Republican campaign fund This fact was Brought to light a few days ago and rids cates that the Company felt more interest in the success of a politi call party than a fair deal and protection for its policy holders Such may led to further revelations not alone in this great company but in others At least ithas turned public gaze to the expensive and management of so called mutual in 4 t iJ9 aIt 1w MUSICS VOICE PIANO AND ORGAN STRINGED INSTRUMENTS OF Every stitutions whose money is derived from its patrons and will doubtless show other companies as deep in the mud as it is in thq mire oftthose who pay annual premiums and clear the records and show the spots on the honest and the dishonest management of many institutions The three leading companies suspected of unfair dealings are the Equitable New York Life and NewJifork Mutual Throughout the entire State in every county and nearly every precinct the voters have been reminded of the uncertainties of Y of voting since the work has been done behind the curtains Dissatisfaction wrangles and bitterness have arisen over the appointment of election officers from Judge to chalengers Disputes and contests have pre varied Ballot boxes have some times come up missing results hanged and flagrant frauds backed victories It seems that we are rowing no better aw fully fast and if the present system must prevail we may ex pect innumerable contentions yet in our future contests Un der the old system the books toicl the story Who would not desire peace to wrangles honest results to fraudulent returns an fsetdements to contests The way is plain Return to the old i way Vote for a change in the Constitution this Fall f Strange but true some Demo cratic papers can not see the harm of a partisan campaign within our own party and are doing all that is necessary to de velop bitterness and factional strife between the friends and supporters of the two distin guished gentlemen who seek the aAr YC a I H 4v y- l875O v Monthly INADVANCE IIT 1r r- I SPECIAL ELOCUTION ART COMMERCIAL Sn JFKCULTY COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS electricity Boarding considerable expbWednesday DEMOCRATIC TICKET McCAFFREE ongeS ojemocraticarty grsonI Congressman hiI Frankj fir TEACHERS fiN16Lt adF thd investigations extravagant J vat fre U S Senatorship Both are men of ability and entitled to support arid neither are greater than the party or many other men who have met defeat More talk about the good graces andIother candidate would doubtless reflect more credit and bring better results The News is too far South for an effectual posi tion in Kentucky Democracy to attack or retreat in this battle but not too farr to see the troubles that may prolong the next ses proveiHow nicely a primary would work in this contest We have never heartily favored a party primary not because of its principle but on account of its expense to those who seek po sition of honor and trust many of whom are at great disadvant age from a financial standpoint Up to this good hour we are still of the same opininion whenl applied to State and local contests but since there has been a great clamor for the election of U S Senators by the people it ap pears that a party primary by the dominant party ineach State would practically meet this de mand a demand made by the people and the Lower House of dour national representatives but rejected by the Senate Virginia and Tejnnessee one smother the other a sister of Kentucky have im1iportantthe Democratic party In Virj gsirs Senator Martin and Gov Montague are measuring arms in Tennessee ExGov aytor Our Bobis going against the j game Sector Cormack Why not the Democrats of Ken tacky settle t h e m a 1 1 e r byf a f primary between SenaJ rl f t r r r a7ir i 1x tor Blackburn and Judge Pay r ter and prevent a bitter andprobably expensive settlement of this matter in the next session of our legislature As it stands to day there is not a county in the Eleventh districtbthat has any voice in the selec tion of our Senators and quite a number outside of this district similarly hampered A primary to select a United State Senator would meet our hearty approval and we believe would redound to the good of the State and the dignity of the office for often its honors have been tarnished by bitter and prolonged wrangles alike distasteful to everybody Why not move in the channels o adjoining States which have suffered as we have but now seek escape through the next best av enue to election by popular vote The people of Burkesvillet headed by Prof Charles R Hunt are getting in earnest along educational lines They have decided to build a doa mitory for young men and to of fer every inducement ancl advantage possible to give in a1 good country town More than fifty of the best people of Burks vile and vicinity have pledged themselves to bring in some stu dents and unless these gentle men relax their efforts success is bound to follow The schools of a country have much to do with making good citizens and if there is one proposition on which unity of action is desired it is thatof better schools We truss that those interested in the anaktnot tire in the work For Sale One 16horse power gasoline engine with grist milt and corn crustier in good condition S K Hum press Co v Knifley Ky tf q i r r 3 iiKlto cv VV f l f 1t I 4 I I irL l I L f A j i i tf i d1I 14 Jt i 4vd 9 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIAx KY SEPTEMBER 27 1905 5 t ot4 iPERSONAL MENTION i TilE COMERS AND GOERS I t t tJML Grissom of Bliss was in town Sat J M Campbell of Pellyton was I here Friday I Mr tf W Taylor Cville was here I last Saturday Mr J H Goff traveling salesman was here recently Prof AlH Ballad was in Columbia the first of the week A G Norrisimade his regular trip to this place last week I IrsL L Rounds has been quite I sick for several days Mr GeoA Smith is spending a few Says in Russell county Mr A C Loy of Olga Russell coun ty was here Saturday Mrs AlJMyers Lebanon visited her parents here last week Rev John Loyd of Cumberland coun ty is here for a few days m1IMr G W Bledsoe of Creelsboro j t was in Columbia last Thursday atItendedG W Dillon Breeding was here Monday Also Mr Titus Mercer MrE E Miller of Elizabethtown was in our midsta few days ago j Miss Nora Sandidge spent Saturday and Sunday at her home at Bliss 1w T Dohoney has been suffering for four weeks with a bone felon Mr W L Walker is in Cincinnati purchasing his Fall stock of goods IIMr N B Miller left on his return Springfield Mo last Saturday Mr J A Winfrey of Boyle Casey county was here on business Friday tMiss Mary Wilmore of Gradyvilie visited at Bliss from Friday until Mon daV Miss Mary Williams of the L W Ti Si visited Miss Bess Walker ot Grady villeV r Mr Sinco Dockery was here Friday on his return from Louisville to Janis town Miss Annie Eubank of this office was on the siek list a few days of last week Mr Cameron Dunbar Cre lsboro1 spentseveral days of last week in Co lumbia Mr Coakly representing Coakly Sims Bros Campbellsville was here Monday Mrs Nettie West and two of her children are spending a day or two in ColumbiaSs Mrs SQ Crenshaw and son Clyde visited relatives in Metcalfe county last week- Messrs B 5S Miller and E V Miller Crocus were here the latter part of last week vMr Andrew Paxten of Green coun ty is visiting his son Mr A W Pax ton at Bliss E F Mullinix of Cumberland cour ty is visiting his son Mr Henry Mul linix this place Mrs Mattie Fertine of Little Rock Ark is visiting the family of Mr J M Campbell Pellyton J T Moss an attorney of Campbells yule accompnied by his wife spent last Friday in Columbia Profs C Frederic Ohlenmacher and J W Flowers visited the family of G W Flowers of Bliss Sunday Miss Birdie Powell is now at her place of business having been to market purchashing an elegant line of millinery Mr George Hindman of Missouri andGo L R Hindman this place attended the singing at Hebron Sunday I Misses May Montgomery and Lillian Robertson this city visited Miss Sarah Tandy Bliss Saturday night and Sun day Mr Brack Massie has sofar recover ed as tobe able to beat his place of business His friends are glad tosee him out Mr S W Adams prominent young anftq of Covington Ky is visiting at the home of Mr T J Kratzer in the suburbsof Columbia Messrs Alec Chewning and Fred My ers returned from the Slate Fair at Lexington Saturday While there Mr Chewning bought a 300 horse f Miss Effie Bradshaw after spending t t SSSiS i 2o L 1 J I I 1 4j 1iIy l l t8Iri i l li 1 0 aI t t lr JJi fr iti Misses Irmine Leech laridFannie Aaron oalled on the News Tuesday Mr W T Price is temporarily loca ted in Louisville and is engaged at his vocation on market street three weeks in the market familiarizing herself with all the latest designs in milinery returned Saturday night Mrs J L Strange of Burkesville visited her sons and daughter Mrs S W Beck last week She went from here to Greensburg to visit her parents Mr W G Holladay who has been confined with typhoid fever for moreS than two weeks is getting along reIcoveryMr Hugh Mitchell quite an agedIgentleman father of Mr S H and his grandaughter Miss Della Mitchell wisited Mrs Rbbt Hudson the first of the week Miss Georgia Murrell of this place AnnIE B Cheatham of Bliss Messrs W F and Tom Jeffries at tended the basket singing at Welfare Church Russell county last Sunday They report a very large crowd fine singing and a bountiful dinner IlIrs Harriet Walker of Chicago Ill W Flowers Logan county Mr and Mrs J D Flowers and Mrs Elizabeth Pile city were guests of Mr and Mrs C S Harris Monday Mrs Ben Hunter went to Louisvijle Tuesday expecting to meet her husband thereon his return from the West Mr Hunter went in search of health but thinks he isnot much benefitted Lebanon Falcon v v + 0 + I G Loc7cLS 0+ It will not be long before frost Boomer Heights is growing faster than any other part of the town The nights and mornings are much cooler and overcoats are pleasant Get in your Winter fuel while the roads ave good and the weather is dry 1There will be an all day singing at Mt Carmel next Sunday Every body invited The United Brethren and Methodist Churches have just closed a meeting at Glenville Six persons wers baptized Mrs Ellen Wheat will remove from Montpelier to Columbia and will occuj py rooms at the home of Mr W A Coffey Squire John Eubank requests us to state that he is a candidate for reelec tion to the magisterial bench in this district- If you want to buy a good farm or a neat home in Columbia you had better keep an eye on the advertisements in theNews This office has just turned out a hand some catalogue of the M F High School Write Prof J W Flowers for a copy Circuit Court will be in session the remainder of this week Up to this writing no very important cases have been tried Mr J H Judd has commenced housekeeping and is occupying his res idence this side of the home of Mr E H Hughes Burkesville street For SaleL My house and lot adjoining fair ground Good water 3t Robert Hudson Mr L B Hurt is laying the foundation for his new dwelling on Boomer Heights He expects to complete and remove to his home before Christ 11as Leo Winfzey arid Tim Miller colored were tried before Judge Baker last Friday upon a charge of breach of the peace Leo was fined 20 and Tim one cent Thejt ntucky Gind Lodge of Ma ns will meet theVthird Tuesday in next month A large delegation from Columbia and Adaircounty will attendo Mr Jas Garnett this city will be elected Grand Master of the State H I Elds J Q Montgomery andZ T Williams will begin a series of meetings at the Christian church this place Wednesday night after the second Sun day in October Beside the inside improvements Mr T E Paul has had a tin roof put upon his residence The remoddling inside makes it one of the most convenient homes in town A little stroll after twilight on the side walks of Columbia will con vince any one of the necessity of better and safer pavements There ought to be something doing A smoke house belonging to Mr E S Rice was burned a few days ago All of his meat and lard were consum ed He also lost his fishing tackle in cluding a good minnow seine Mr J H Young is building a 50 foot addition to his already large mule barn which is now over flowing with the long eared animals When completed it will havea capacity for 150 The Columbia Singletree Company has removed all its machinery to aJ building erected near the Columbia Roller Mill and Mr W R Myers will furnish the power tokeep it moving Wess Hubbard who shot and killed John McFarland in Metcalfe county last week has been given an exam ining trial and held without bait trouble came up over Hubbards TheI The Masonic Grand Lodge of Ken tucky will convene in Louisville the third Tuesday in October and will re main in session three days The Grand Chapter and Grand Council also meet The motherinlaw of Mr Frank Coomer this county has four daugh ters all named Lucy and her name also is Lucy We do not know but we take it when the mother calls one of her daughters they all answer Mr Creed Beard of Casey Creek who who went to Shelbyville about one year and opened up a hotel was burned out about two weeks ago He had seven hundred dollars insurance on his house hold goods The hotel was rented There is no let up in trading in realty in Columbia Property changes hands nearly every day The town is not on a boom but it has a steady and substantial growth The population is increasing rapidly and business is live 1y A match game of base ball was play ed last Saturday between M F High chool and thq Lindsay Wilson resulting in a victory for the former the score standing 15 to 4 The game was played on the Lindsay Wilson grounds The Jury in the case of Ed Miller of color who shot the colored Methodist preacher and his wife several months ago returned a verdict Monday giving him two years in the penitentiary Jerry Bomar who was also indicted with Miller got a continuanceI An exchange advises the turkey raisers to sell early There is more money for the farmers by selling now than in holding later Government reIports show a big crbp of turkeys in West which is bound to hammer down prices at the final close of the season The singing at Hebron last Sunday is said to have been the largest held in the county for years The hurchwas crowded to its fullest capacity and the grounds were lined with people The good people in the neighborhood fur nished ample dinner for all in attend ance The solos rendered by Mrs Rollin Hurt ahd Miss May Penland at the Presbyterian and Methodist churches last Sunday were highly complimented Mrs Hurt sang in the forenoon and Miss Penland at the evdning services These ladies possess cultivated voices articulate distinctly and sing with per fect ease Mr1i No Steel a traveling sales man who has been very sick at the Marcum Hotel for the past two months is thought to be some better His brother Mr Henry Steel arrived from New Albany Sunday night and will be with the sick until he is able to becon veyed home In another column will be seen the advertisement of John Wathen Jr of Lebanon Ky If you are interested in high class horses mules cattle or farm implements you will do well to attend this sale Mr Wathen will sell some the most promising and richly bred trotting horses ever offered in that part ofvthe State consisting of wean liflgs up tprfour years old This sale will b made Wednesday October llth at 930 a mjnMr Wathen farm ne mile from Lebanon on the Camp bell ville pike Read his ad and write for catalogueif you are interested l jth y d c Strange Powell IIt was generally known about town that Mr S C Strange and Miss Birdie Powell would be made one tomorrow Wednesday evening and that date was at first set by the contracting par ties who had a desire to take the com munity by surprise but when the approaching union became town talk the lovers were still more determined to carryout their desiresurprise their friends Accordingly at a conference held Monday forenoon they agreed to get married in the evening of that day and the arrangment was made known only to the family of the intended bride the mother of the intended groom and two or three close friends and it work ed satisfactorily to allconcerned Eld A L Oder of the Christian Church was the officiating clergyman and the ceremony was pronounced at the home of the bride Immediately after the rites had been solemnized the couple were driven to the Hancock HoI tel rooms having been engaged The groom came here from Burkes yule about three years ago and has been engaged in business since that date His conduct has been exemplary and he has made many friends among the young er setSIHe is a partner of Mr Sam Beck in business and the firm enjoys a nice trade Tuesday morning Mr Strange was warmly congratulated by his associates The bride is one of Columbias best young women popular with eyery body and for several years has been conduct ing a millinery store in this place She is a lady possessing all the finer qual ities necessary to make a home happy The News extends its best wishes Dead at EightySeven Mr Oliver Hancock who was born and reared in Adair County died at his late home in Green county last Fri day having reached his eightyeighth year He was a brother of Uuclei Perry Hancock this county who will thelIChurch and had been for years He lost his companion a mituber of years en1childrenory Work of the Grand Jury The grandjury of Adair county after disIisession fortythree indictments wars returned classified as follows Breach of peace 17 i Concealed weapons t4 Wreckless use ofsame V 3 Cutting timberT il Housebreaking 2 Seliing liquor 1 Liquor to minor 1 Tresspass lFurnishing house to sell liquor in tSabbath oreaking I Disturbing worshipsAdulteryS 2 Gaming 1M Valuable Resident Property for Sate We offer our entire resident proper ty for sale at inviting prices and reas onable terms consisting of two dwell ings with eight or nine acres of ground on Burkesville street a good dwelling with over an acre of ground in vicinity of M and F High school known as the Taylor property Also an organ and piana both first class condi tion Call on or address LV Hall or Mrs LT Powell Columbia Ky Preaching Next Sunday J L Adkins Hopewell J P Scruggs Columbia A L Oder Cane Valley Z T Williams Smiths Chapel V W H C Sandidge Union J F Barger Beech Grove Mr A S C lewning has accepted position in Russell Cos store and has entered upon the discharge of his duties He is one of Adairs best young men and has many warm personal friends all over the county Russell Co lave made no mistake in secur ing his services and he will take great pleasure in waiting upon the trade The following is from the Greens burg Recordlfr William Hendrick son of Caseys Creek Adair county and his wife are visiting his brother in law B L Bell of near this place They having married sisters The sis ters had not met for 22 years Mr Hendrickson will soon be 85 years old and accompanied by his wife drove from lils home thirty miles andis hale and hearty Mr Hendrickson is the father 6f 7 children 86 grandchildren and great grandchildren He was one of the pioneer citizens and can tell1 many interesting stories of the game that abounded in this country in his early life deer turkey etc and says that he has often seen 20 or 25 nice turkeys cleaned and dressed at one time in his fathers smokeTiouse Sf5 415Sf5 rS 5P Sj t f jJ i Y p3S iti1 ft d f l iJZ Jf r ttI1 i Public Sale of Valuable Stock Near Lebanon Ky Wednesday October 11th 1905 =o I On Wednesday October 11th 1905 one mile west of Lebanon on the Campbellsville Pike John B Wathan Jr will sell at Public Out Cry THE GREATEST COLLECTION OF lHIGH 3RED TROTTING HORSES BROODMARES SADDLE STOCK CATTLE and WORK nULES ever offered to the public in that part of the State The Horse Stock for sale is mainly the get of NORMAN W the sire of many Sensational whoseIFour years old Good Brood Mares in foal to Norman W Cabells Lex ington the sire of High Priced Combined Horses will be sold Tcaehe months Time i with interest and approved security Attend this sale if you want aCiJi Good Horse Mule Cattle or Farming Utensils Write for Catalogue John B Wathan tJrc l1e anon Kentaeky U h- J Music Department of I MiFflih S6H00tj Ir IN CHARGE OF m 1 MR G FREDRIC OHLENMAGHER jSEVEN YEARS STUDY WITH NOTED GER 5S4 MAN TEACHERS INCLUDING ERNST VON SCHLECTENDALL R A P H A I E L KHOESTER AND DR AUGUST SCHEM MELLPF THE ROYAL CONSERVATORY- OF BERLIN AND THE LEIPZIG COXSER1- VATORY T v J1i ALSO A PUPIL OF K EUGENE PARSONS i KNOXVILLE TENN AND ROBERT S iIVVALL THE NOTED NEW YORK TEACLER CONCERT PIANIST II Studies MlniM at Giucinoaiti ComrVllOryof Music il I Coarse ol IldilO InstuuGtio 1 WILL INCLUDE FOR THE t E1r1IWiltZltLrniA thorough foundation in technicI Loeschhornrcomposersttfij Umtrse continues the study of Technic Preludes Fugues and Inventions by Bach Etudes by Czer ny Heller Cramer Hal erbier and others Sonatas composersI of TechnicandI all its forms Studies include Bach Chopin Germer and Lizt More difficult sonatas concertos and pieces by U Beethoven Schumann MendelssohnChopin Gurlet Pad erevski Mozart Uzt Rubenstein and all other classicalf composers IItr Nf The Greensburg Record says At the meeting of the Russell Creek Asso ciation which convened last week at Pleasant Valley in this county but two days were consumed in the proceedings The attendance was very large and the order maintained has never been excelled anywhere and is a convincing proof that careless and indifferent peo ple are learning to respect the wishes of the majority of our jeople who are lovers of law order morality and religious liberty James Garneft of Columbia was elected moderator and in accepting a position of so much honor and trust which had been so ably filled by his father made a touching talk full of feeling He has executive abil ity in a rare degree and will fill the po sitlon most acceptibly Capt E F Tucker was reelected Clerk a position he has filled for several terms and takes pride in keeping his records in perfect order on time in time and all the time He loses no time in arranging them and they are now arranged iri the usuaigpod6fderf or publication I i tlcB ir JJ 2iJ 5 f F tizft 2 7ft 11 IThe lawn fete gIven by the ladies bf the Christian Church at the home of Mr Jas T Page last Friday night was largely attended and very mu hSenjoyed There were elegant refresh 4elightfuLJpresented a beautiful appearanc There is never a failure when the la dies of Columbia set an evening forenV tertaining n The musical entertainment given at at the Presbyterian Ghurch last Friday evening by Prof Ohlenmacher teacher of music in the M F High School received enthusiastic applause from start to finish by the many lovers of classical music The church was crowd ed to its utmost capacity and all seem ed to be delighted with the rendition of the entire programme Profl Ohlenni largeaudienceanti working in a sphere in which his endowments and education entitle hImito the confidence and high esteem of all lovers of music In a short while Mr Ohienmacher will give another entertainment in the 1 interestof his studio t r t5 i j K jII I ti1lT 4 4 4it J t f zifr4244tTh J SS4S t r cs51t 5iLck4 vv lLb iS 1 yf t I fh w rat J ri r r J 1HE ADA1R COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KYx Sep27 1905 M EMLER Pres CW COLE Mangr THEO RECTANUS VPres IjNew Farmers Home Hotel PYNE PREST FRED W SECTY I 1839 Builders of Flour Cement Mills- Distilleries and Rock Crushers REPAIRS OF KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED To SfI400422 MARKET Above Preston LOUISVILLE pet Sna- gbate in tbe STREETCAR FACILITIES FO PARTS CITY HARDWICK 1 TYffESTABLISHED 1861INCORPORATED ana SUrely 60 Wit MACHINISTS ALL SolicitedNew SecondHand MACHINERY Iron and No 1301TEiI tiIEENTii MAIN STS LOUiSVILLE KENTUCKY Direct Your Thoughts to UsI 0 U R= = == =SPRING CARPETS RUGS LINOLEUMS HATTINQS AND DRAPERIES HUBBUCH BROS 524526528 Market St LOUISVILLE KY DEHLER BROTHERS llU Market LOUISVILLE KNSUCI Carry all Heights in Stock e FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES S 527 Bet Fifth and Sixth KY Jsest 6guipt TZlmteD States ALL OF WT TREAS MILL LG1ITS AXD Grist Jobbing Work Tank and KOR WI East SEND 5100 Sheet Work Street COIDILLER BENNETT MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS Kf JFnrnitnre Cbalfsand lVIatresses No WEST MAIN I N5 E CCK StreetsLouivi11e KB PATTERSON HOTELJTO eSXOlMN VjffNo better place can be found than at the above named hotelv is newelegantlYfurnished and the table at all times supplied with the best the market affords Feed Stable in connection 1 B PATTJSHSON HJ COMPANYx JA CORPORATE v WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Lime Fire Brick Louisville Cement The Famous Black i Diamond or other brands Fire Clay Portland Cement i Standard Brands American and Imported Sewer Pipe Plaster ParisPlastering Hair Etc EnquirIes for prices invited Orders Promptly Filled yISJOHN L WftEflT SeenAaFji and Treasure 42l West Main Street LOUISVILLE c j KENTUCKY I r 1 fy+ t t 1 f IJ r j 7 I 0 JSiTi The Young Plan Should WorkI The following clipped from an exchange is well worthy of reproduction There are young men in every com beIt suits their inclinations They have gone along for years waiting for such an opening to occur and have finally become TheyIhave made a mistake and those who have encouraged them in such a course are likewise to blame Perhaps it is some ambitious parent who has thus unthoughtedly injured his offspring We use the word injured advisely for no greater injury can come to a young man than to contract habits of thriftlessness in his early youth If he has been reared to believe that something good would come to him because he happened to be the offspring of such a family he has been griev ously wronged In this practical age only merit succeeds and each individual must establish for himself that character in the business worldwhich is to sustain his future False pride has deterred many from the first step in what might have proved a success ful career Any honest employment is preferable to a life of idleness The young man who remains without woik for any considerable time gets the reputation of a ner do well and business men do not want that kind of help Wouldnt See His fatherinlaw Some years ago said Representa tive Grimes of Tennessee a drunken loafer staggered into a country tavern in the mountains near Nashville and asked to stay all night The landlord at first rufused to accommodate him saying there were four or five Meth odist preachers in the house and he did not wish to have them disturbed The weather was very cold and the fellow begged so hard that the landlord yielded after exacting a promise that he would be quiet After supper the drunken fellow took his seat by the fire with his el bows on his knees and his head in his hands In this position he sat for an hour listening to the ministers talk One of them a young fellow paced the floor and boasted about what he could do in the way of building up churches saying thathe had always found his wife a great help to him A good wife is a blessing from Heaven put in one of the other min istersThat is true youngIminister and I married one of the Lords children notImoved from his position slowly raised his headandsaid m5ilaw Brain Leaks Any fool can become intoxicated all who do are Love laughs atlocksmiths but not at goldsmiths The worst thing about a bad cold is the task of explaining to your friends why you do not try the remidies they suggest The man who agrees with our views always a sensible fellow alwaysImuch prettier than a face painted under a hat Too irianypeople conjure up trouble and then seek credit for bearing heavy crossesNo is really wise until he is will ing to admit that there are things he does not know V People who goo church througha sense of duty seldom get any goodout of the service x When we see a boy loafing on the streets we suspect that the father is to blame It is a pleasure to rend t9a neigHBor who always returns a heaping cup for the level cup she borrowed A great many bUinessh usnpw use the card systjem Another kind of a card system has ruined man busYI t iness houses I i Officers of Election The following are the officers of the November election this county West Columbia Judges W F Squires J D Todd f Clerk L C Hurt Sheriff M L Mitchell East GolumbiaJudges J W Rich ard J K Robertson Clerk C H Murrell Sheriff L V Hall Milltown Judges J C CalQourilF- P Dphoney Clerk R L Davis Sheriff W S Hindman KeltnerJ H Rodgers J C Sullivan Clerk W G Pickett Sheriff Manny Kemp RIGradyviile Judges J M Wilson L Caldwell Clerk G H Nell Sheriff Charley Herriford Elroy Judges T J Patten J W ReeceSClerk A C Frogcle r Sheriff Noah LoyJHarmonyJudges T A Green A Loy Clerk 41 W Hurt Sheriff Z Darnell Glensfqrk Judges Dave Willin W L Biockmanv Clerk J W Marshall Sheriff G A Bradshaw White OakJudges HJ Conover Jas Combest Clerk Ben Jeffries ISheriff C C Gentry Little CakeJudges Jerome Hard wick D B White Clerk S C Neat Sheriff Beriah Neat Pellyton Judges J M Perryman J C PellyIClerk J M Campbell Sheriff B F loch Rolfr Judges W J Bottoms Jo TuckerClerk S K Humphrey Sheriff EmmetjGoode Cane Nalley Judges W HRusseH W B Page Clerk Wood Judd Sheriff W E Hancock J v C II Sermons Giving is the guage of living Every curriculum must be tested in conduct Its no trouble finding shortcuts to no end of trouble Some people are never grateful until they get hungry Any religion is easier to describe than to demonstrate v The prayerful heart will be proven by the practical life The cashregister church makes but a poor record above The worst infidelity is to live as though God had forgotten The noble life asks for more service instead of more servants No man can build his own reputation out of the ruins of anothers You cannot get into gre npasturesII while you herd with the Straight dealings are the best eviden ces of waybIt will take more than chicken piety to save this world from sin The man who is always in the way always thinks he is the only way Riches are oroots of evil only to the man who has failed tojraise any True spirituality is the ability to see the altar in the washtub and the cook stoveISmall souls always think they have the whole of religion when they get one thread from its many colored garment Henry F Cope inJChicago Tribune Valuable Home for Sale I will sell my house and lot at a bar gain It is one of the best dwellings in the town a twostory frame eight rooms with porches plenty pf good wa ter fresh and sulphur and the lot con tains2J acres with plenty of fruit The location is all that any one could desire G W ROBERTSON Escaped Death It is not an uncommonexperience for us to get a letter describing how the writer escaped death by taking Dr CaldwelTs j axative Syrup Pepsin for some violent and dangerous stomach or bowel inflamation The gentle soothing curative purificative action of this leasant syrup Is without any equal in the science of medicine Sold by J N Page of Columbia R B Wilson of Cane Valley Kytr i y x r rY 1 I I iSAii i r Xt 0001JLti IW 1 WITH KINO I I H1I ICHB Y CROSS COTKPANY IINCORPORATED OF V I v LADIES AND MENS r 1 N v I FURNISHINGS NOTIONS v I CLOAKS ETC 1 631633 W Main St LOUISVILLE YKNEW YORK OFFICE 43 LEONARD STREET I Merchants who may want to see Mr King will call the Exchange Columbia Ky L X i X mm INSURE IN INSURiiIts Purely Mutual policyholders Company Its Expense Accoullthas always been the IeLOWEST COSTe For further IAPPLYFOr E MURRELL Columbia KvJ ViC mo TL SMITH GENERAL AGENT 14oulsil1e ry Gt The Louisville TrustSouthwest Corner Company F fir th and Market Empowered mnlstratorTrusteeb Acts as Agent and anvofRents Drawers or Boxes in its Fire rice5 10 25 and 2 poManages Real Estate Collects Rents Pays Taxes Insurance Etc SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Interest allowed on all time deposits and interest compounded semi annually taxesReceivesDeposits by married women and minors subject to their orders only Enterprise CHAS F CANS BRO Props 234 to 242 Market Street Bet Floyd Presto LOUISVILLE DAY Absolute satisfaction GunninteeJ SpCin 4ntes to regular boarders r Ci j Do You Want a I 1 HOME 1 e If so we can furnish you oneany kind you want We for sale a great variety of farms dwelling houses Ihave ss houses and business propositions I whatu1 O Y0tr WANT A FARM willing to invest and any other pertinent information you ISIze have farms of all sizes character and prices and we I certain to interest you if you are bn the mark et A card will bring you one of our printed lists Kentucky Real Estate Company I r 166ntral = KENTUCKY 00 000000JJ000 DR JAMES MENZIES Columbia Ky Hotel KENTUCK- YRTES1 PER ATRESIDENOE OFFICE PHONE 35 t Ip OSTEOpflTKY 7 Cosultation ajadL Examination JrreeatOftleevvr fc r k j j Vvu n X d f ot v J1 i t 1ii r t i df f J i 1 J PI tj7i ib fS tr ty i IT e l It i J I77T f l TITTHE XDAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Setc7 905 at s rr r r a crrrY rr crra rYrrs rraa nr r rv x xJt x x brigntrIllsell goods you for News Columbiar crr r t rrrr rs r cmrs rrrrrs r rjL l JOHN SEBASTIAN r PASS Traf Rock c CHICAGO The Courier Jouma I DURING THERE WILL BE MANY ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS GOING TO MAKE AV COMPLETE NEWSPAPER MAIL RATES Daily GourierJournal rear6Da-iig and i tear 8 Weekly I year i COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY r By a Special Arrangement you thefflDftlR COUNTY JEWSt An Eight Page Paper NDTHEWEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL one ony F T15O I onlyAlltionoffer must b6 sent through i The Adair Go Newst- i Ji I COLD BOTTLE OF DELICIOUS REFRESHING vca give you comfort on a sweltering lay When hot and weary it im partsvigor and energy soda fountains and irt bottles m rrYars Pyour The kind have been looking The Ky- nrmrrcs arrrr Address Mgr Island 1905 ALL Sunday Local both year Will 5c 5c System 10 the Pacific Cast to California Oregon Washington OTIiit ibI HcBig fea sir andreturn limits liberal stopover rv ges The rate r s l2 =3Uy en the basis ow one fare for the round rip Of course if yen wish to resit both California and Oregon or Washington the cost is slightly more hIs oiF May to VLe apply from alt Eastern points via Chicago Si Louis or Memphis gateways The Rock Island System wii take you up keher Chicago or St Loisiscr at hundreds horStandard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service The Rock Islandalso affords a choke of routes on the Scenic route you can stop offs Cokradcgee Salt Lake Cityvisit Y teeyou can go v2giEl Paso PArUi nr Menace f then up coast5 to San Francisco darhi slier r Shiss PcificCoas excursions offer an unusually good chance tyrwe e2 com ry in a comprehensive manner ti you desire to go oaly as far ac Colorado these are excursion- sratc in efrecto to that cection and return all summer long specially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 aad Aisgisst 30 to September 4 Extension trips to Ogden sr SaSt Lake and return at low cost also From September 15 to October 31 1905 oneway lltomit cr colonist tickets will be on sale to California and the Pacific Noa westabora half regular fare If utferestedj send name end address on this coupon designating which booklet wanted and to what point you plan to go Name probable I l k date of start also co we can advise definitely with respect to rates etc Send Cclorado booklet and rateJCalifornia Name Address Leave abed Dwi I JOaNEUBANK BLACKSMITH AND- WOODWORKMANa CANE VALLEY KENTUCKY Horse shoeing and Buggy repairing specialities Give him a call Satisfaction guaranteed Stione Stone AttorneysAtLawI J I Will practice in the andIven t WILMORE HOTEL First slasrt Tnble Goon Sample Rooms t F pl tabl- v reasonable Rates wWLMO L IJfr Grad vii t Kentuckyr i 7 t f5r tiwk J1 f j J JAMES TRIPLET DENTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY IOFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK Iam prepared to fix Fumps Tinwork Woodwork and all kinds of repairing a specialty Horseshoeing and BlackSmithing I am prepared tbdo your bug repairing on short notice LOCATION WATER STREET WADE H EU5ANKS Your neighbor is pleased with that set of tombstones or monument we sold them Give us your order and we will please you too Our prices are lowest You get firstclass Svork and material Write us a card and we will calla n d show you our line of designs and sam pies of marblE an3 granite CbAKLEy SIMMS BROSr v I Campbellsville Ky i 1 Js s it Itrf r f J tore Wonders of Eyppi In the valley of the Tombs of the Kings in Egypt Mr Theo dore M Davis has recently un covered one of the finest stores of Egyptian antiquities that has been brought to light in modern time It is a tomb discovered almost by accident which hadc not been opened since the Egyp tian dynasty more than three thousand years ago Beneath a pile of debis by which the explorers curiosity had been aroused diggers found an opening through which they penetrated into a sepulchral chamber fifteen by thirteen feet and leftbwere two wooden sarcophagi painted black and gold within which were the mummy cases of a man and woman The cases themselves were double the out ev being completely plated with gold except where the faces of the mummies were represented innerIwitbh goldleaf Beyond them the floor was covI eled with large sealed jars of wine or oil and shell like boxes of black painted wood each con taining a peice of cooked meat neatly wrapped in black muslin chariotIpersons richly painted and encrusted with gold The leather work of it was as fresh as when new tlteiEgyptian workmanship in which had been placed the entrails of the dead Two other alabaster mosit exquisite work were also there ithe other end of the tomb were many small objects anion them were several pair of sandal- one of stamped leather the rest of papyrus One pair was Chairs of the finest make wo derful boxes wooden things with the paint on them as brilliant as it was in the days of long ag were als9 there Although many single finds have been as excellent as the individual objects of this tombno such collection of evibeen brought together for mo inIwoodenJ wii11 much to the world s knowledge of the history an dyI e current conception of the artistic taste and skill of workmanship of the ancient Egyptians For the story writer who desires a accurate picture 6f the accour tremens of royalty in that epoch it will be invaluable An interesting fact in connec tion with the discovery is that the tomb had evidently been tVIS ited last by robbers in the age to which it belonged and the ma rauders had been fri obtainedImay have contained or some treasure of precious stones IThe demand for Iraftand coach horses increases with the growth and prosperity of our ogYur prospers so long will the demand for good horses continue at good prices and the export trade thousands ofgood American horses if we had any to spareI Then it behooves theAmerica farmer to breed up with all haste to supply these urgent marks demands at the high prices So eagerly paid OnlY raise good horseCaiid the prices willbe high Rr I 5t iii0ib i nc Parker fakes Statement Esopus N Y Spt 18Form er Chief Justice Alton B Parker last year the Democratic candi date for President of the United States yesterday referred to the charges made by him in the Presidential campaign last fall that corporation funds were being used in aid of the Republican campaign To a correspondent- of the Associated Press who called at Rosemount Judge Parkers home and asked him if he hadanything to say in relation to the statement made by Vice President Geo W Perkins of the New York Life Insurance Company before the legislative com mittee investigating the insurance business to the effect that President John A McCall of that company had caused a contribution of about 50000 to be mad last year to the Rspublican national Campaign fund Judge Parker said Yes I believe I ought to say now that there is no political excitement to distract the public attention that the President of the ew York Life vas not the only such contributor The offic ers of other great insurance companies such as the Equitable and the Mutual also contributed from the policyholders funds for campaign purposes last year What has been proved in the case of the New York Life will undoubtedly be proven in the other cases The fact exist and backedIdouBtedly bring them out for the public good Were there an investigation of railroad manufacturing and vouldbeItorporbatops into the treasury and took out moneys belonging to widows an partisan i triumph That their acts were unlaw corrupOt ibn tended to have the money used as it was in corrupting the elec torate Mr Perkins makes the McCaIel Lifde hn8 assunm1e that when Mr McCall unlawful contributerei these unasshe companys share probably as a member of the un evdi dence of political virtue rather than misconduct a TOlfWd ntteJjj Colonel John M Fuller of Honey GrtAre Texas nearly met his Waterloo Inna 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 50c bottle of Your gre Electric Bitters which cured me consider them the best medicine on earth and thank God who gave you the knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia Billious ness and Kidney Disease by T E bottledGive every care and attention to the mares and colts to get into the markets as soon as possible Select the best stallion available and do not allow the pressure of farm work to interfere with breeding and returning the mares at the proper time We cannot afford to let any good mare mi haying a colt while prices are so high for good horses and we can not afford to raise any but good horses Hard to Find would be hard to find a mere per sfeet curative medicine for disordered digestive organs than that gentle tonic digestant and torpid liver regulator laxativneas its specific power over these delicate and important organs of boa uPon which have to depend for en ergyto carry ion your dally work ItIcleanses digests stimulates and cures OfCoIumbiaR1Bey failsa i t e t f I r t The Pigs Lunch Counter Are you provided with a side table where the pigs can go to get a lunch when their mothers fail to furnish them a sufficiency of feed to keep them growing The youngsters should never get so hungry that they fail to grow rapidly and to supply feed where the old ones cannot get at it is about the only way to keep them thriving says an exchange Make a pen by the side of the pasture with the fence made by the boards put on perpendicular and spaced so that the pigs Cr land the old ones cannot get through and keep feed there all the time until the pigs get to eating well then they may be fed at stated times There should be care used not to allow the feed to become stale or sour Clean antieas an element in successful hog raising possibly ahead There is in some quarters the mistaken idea that the hog is not a cleanly animal nothing is farther fromf the fact True he wallows in mud but furnish him clean water and see how he enjoys a bath Do not require the pig to lunch on corn but see that he has some more suitable boneforming ma terial Dont expect bricks with out straw Oats are the best grain and at present prices are not expensive Slop made of brand and shorts are about as tobbuy feed and can get them right Often shorts are high Tankage is a most excellent feed and can be used to good advantage when feeding largely on corn but see to the price you have to pay Dont feed entirely on corn for some of the other feeds combinedn with it will make a cheaPer because better if not otherwise Dont complain about small bone and chuffiness inc dour hogs and feel to produce these results Furnish pasture clover rape bluegrass and while corn is the basis of the feed let there he something else up to the time of final fattening ttikex liiddell JfJl Whenyour ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption Pneu monia etc you are lost if you dont get help from Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption J W McKin 1non of Talladega Springs Ala writes I had been very ill with Pneumonia under the care of two doctors but was getting no better when I began to take Dr Kings New Discovery The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat bron chitis coughs apd colds Guaranteed at T E Paulls drug store price 50c and X100 Trial bottle free To get proper size and develop ment a variety of feed is necessa rYeColts Will winter after a aIstraw a and oats occasionally but this kind of wintering never pays If colts are worth wintering at all they are worth roper care and attention They will make larger horses have better disposition and be worth much more in every way than horses developed from r neglected colts fe CrlikaUy Jll Many people are critically illas a result of disturbance of their digestive youSSss wind loss of appetite irritability headache nausea colic constipatidi waste no time but take Dr CaldwelPs laxative Syrup Pepsir It may be the means of warding offa 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 Ky at 50c and 100 Money back if it failsI yInsure in The Farmers Home Insur ance Company of Junction City Ky tThe only company in the State that makes any cl im of paying their losses in full v i I S L BLAIR Agfc t r 4t iI R rc1I 1 tryi g tsJ r 1a i v t I ITti i r lt r 8 THE ADAIRCOUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 27 1905 J N + l i eORRESPONDENCE I ADAIR AND ADJOINING COUNTIES 4 4 1 CANE LALLG i Farmers are sowing wheat Cutting and- over housing tobacco is in this locality Not much sickness in this com munity at this writing JW and Sam Judd returned to Springfield last Wednesday T 1 Smith made a business trip to- Plenty Plumb Point last Friday of nice dry weather one good rain in the last three weeks Born to the wife of Ray W Page 10poundon boyW H Wilson and Geo Coffey of Columbia were here last Fri day on business June Rogers of Milltown was with us one day last week look tradeaM K Miller and family and Charlie Miller of Taylor county are visiting friends and relatives at this place The family of H W Wilson this place returned home from an extended visit to friends and relatives near Cville this week Bingham Moore son of Dr C D Moore of this place left for Illinois last Thursday morning i where he expects to make his future home WT Smith was taken sud denly sick last Thursday morning and for some time his case was alarming but we are glad to state that he is much improved at this writing C C Bault an aged and re spected citizen of near here passed away on the morning of the 22nd The remains were interred in the Carmel cemetery last Saturday at 10 oclock A mule belonging to Lucien Smith of near here became whilebhitched to a plow and ran off fortunately no damage done to anybody The mules leg was brokenA Feese delivered some fat hogs to Bud Deering one day last week for 485 per hundred and bought from different parties 5 head of mules averaging 5250 arIoldfor 100 Dr Win Bailey of this place better known at Texas Bill is responsible for the following He says on the evening of the 19th that he never saw a harder rain fall He also states that it rained crawfish in abundance at his home While your humble correspondent is not able to bear Mr Bailey out in this statement we havent the least doubt but that this is true 0 ii S riirROSSELLSPRINGS i ooJxsxiD Many from here attended the association held at Salem last week Uncle Ben Wilson is getting along nicely with his mercantile business V J D Grider purchased a nice residence the other day from J T Lovelace Rev Bohon a Baptist preacher fi of Green county preached at the Baptist church last Thursday night Millinepr week purchasing her fall stoc of millineryt t huaFf t vCiYWB Jn la Gi Terry Humble of Thompkins ville has been with us for a few days past After attending to business here he returned home where he has a flourishing busi ness XKRTEF2Y Loe Bryant left for Illinois last week The health of this community is very good at presente Bill Coffey of Dunnville was here last week buying stock W T Shepherd sold to P T Cornally 1 sorrell mare for 117 W L Brockman is in Louisville this week buying his fall and winter stock Quite a number from this place attended circuit court at Colum bia last Monday D B White Son have moved their store to Sano and are hav ing a lively trade J L Shepherd is having a new dwelling erectedOtis Wolford is doing the work Virgle Epperson Montpelier was through here a few days ago looking for cattle J T White who has been in Indian Territory Oklahoma and Illinois has returned The School at this place is pro gressing nicely under the man WhitebMiss Ermine White Neatsburg has been visiting relatives at this place for the past two weeks E W Shepherd has completed a new dwelling which is very neat and commodious in appear ance Mrs Elvin Shepherd of Lud low Ill is visiting her I parents andrelatives near Russell SpringsMrs Nancy Cravens who has been confined to her room for some time is not thought to beI much betterIW D Tarter is out on his fourth anual tour with his moving picture show Bill Bailey is ac companying him Aaron Wilson and son of Co lumbia were through here last week buying mules bought one of J White for 50 W G White sold to W S Knight JJamestown 2 mule colts for 125 JM Shepherd to same man 1 colt for 56aJ I Cravens and wife left for Elkhart Ill last Sunday to visit their four boys who have been there for some t 1neIWe are informed that Mr Clayton Gooden and family will leave in a few days for Arkansas to make it their future home Lawyer Tarter of Russell Springs the prospective candi date for County Attorney of Rus sell was here a few days ago Mrs Seth Cravens and child ren left last Monday for Nebraska where she will meet her hus- band who has been gone for a month SPAFFzsLILLE James Gadberry is on the sick listIJ M Rowe and daughter spent Saturdayand Sunday at Breed ingSeveral from this place attended the Singing at Hebron Sunday John Lowe the Shoe drummer lastkj1 1 v 1 1 a r lJIr J 1zf CNs J Sorghum making is the order of the day Henry Gaston was in Columb- iSaturday J i Harmon White of Gadberry was here Wednesday Mrs James Gaston is confined to her room with fever Ed Wheeler sold one horse to Spencer Wooten for 65 John Cummins and wife were in Columbia Wednesday Stotts of Bliss visited IICreed last week Our farmers are preparing to sow a large crop of wheat IGrant Collins was transacting business at Fairplay Thursday Jas Goff the Grocery drum mer called on our merchants last weekPad Wheeler who has been confined to his bed with fever is betterGuinn Wilson and wife of Bridgeport visited at this place Friday night The little daughter of Mr an Mrs Porter England is very sick at this writing Mrs Lige Rosenbaum a n daughter of Glensfork visited Mrs Thomas Pulliam Saturday arid Sunday EeeEeee E Eess s7i m YOSEMITEpl ro p E ee s s S Rev H M Shouse has moved into the Baptist parsonage at MiddleburgMr Mrs R M Sharp left for Louisville Monday to be absent several days Sorghum making is the order of the day here Casey county is famous for lases Lincoln Wells left for Danville Thursday to testify in a Railroad case of which Jas Giboney is plaintiff IThe 8th precinct Sunday School Convention will be held at the Methodist church Sunday Several visitors from a distance are expectedCharles Montgomery and Brach Godby candidates for County Attorney and Jailer respectively were here shaking hands a few days since They seem to know their business fairly well The election is warming up somewhat Judge Rains is on the war path The Judge was here a few days ago and told us confidentially that he was going to make a better Judge if elected this time than ever before David Wall and Mecy Braswelf of Walltown are before the court for trial next Tuesday charged with adultery The trial promises to be a rather sensational one and will likely be quite a crowd of curious specta tors present Morenext week M K Humphress of Liberty is here with a crew of men re pairing the Green River Valley Telephone Line He is putting up new poles and adjusting things generally The line had into a delapid ted condition an was giving very poor service The entertainment at Oak Park Saturday was a success financially and otherwise so themanagers tell us The ball game was rot ten on one side The Huston ville team played a most miserable poor game But for a single blunder on the part of our boys they would have been taylored The score stood 17 to 2in favor of the MN Cs Miss Littie Wells won the egg race vMiss Maude James beat all the other young ladies driving nilsj and won the premium W R Lan hams famous foxhound came in r7 r r i 11t il t r a t tj U r r r r 1 ahead in the fox chase Uncle Geo Estes got first money on inacthe trotting race hence it was called offJIRYINS STORE JessHumble sold a horse to T L Humble for 125 T B Hammond and wife of Baldock was here Sunday A W Gadberry of Decature was here last Saturday There is a new boy at James Holtsa girl at Tom Ragles C A Hammond our next Sheriff was here yesterday Alva Bowmer of Royal n visited his uncle Dr Hammond Sunday The association held at Salem was well attended and thee best of order each day L B Gosser was fined 10 and cost in Squire Griders court last Friday for breach of the pease Ourfarmers are buisy sowing wheat There will be the largest everdknown R P Smith our enterprising goodsdthan it looks like the whole coun try could buy much less need James McKinney and wife of Somerset were visiting Lant Rexroat last Saturday and Sun day and took in the association The Democrats have a splendid ticket for County officers So far as it goes J N Meadows for Attorney who needs no comment everyone likes him 0 D Smith for School Supt is a fine scholar a good teacher and allright every way C A Hammond for Sheriff and Jerome Bernard for Jailer are both well and favorably known racebfour years ago and only beaten by a nose E OWES GROSS ROADS John Voils Co have threshed 17000 bushels of wheat this year There will be a large crop of wheat sowed Russell county this yearMiss Mollie Hadley of Denmark has been on the sick list for several weeks Tom Hurt is progressing nicely with his new house it will be a beauty when completed Mrs Nannie Lawhorn and daughter Lide of Casy county are visiting father and grand father and many friends at Albany this week Rev A Whitten closed his meeting last week at Glenville with 6 additions to the United Brethren church He is in Casey county this week Jimy and Miss Annie Voils Robert and Miss Sophia Hadley and your scribe and family at tended the Quarterly Meeting in Casey county last Saturday We all had a good time Last Saturday and Sunday was a big day with the United Brethren of Casey county The occa sion being a Quarterly meeting on the Tennessee Ridge at a new unfinished church The crowd was very large and the order good and such a bountiful din 12dwere up of the loaves and fishes The good peo pIe had secured the following singing class from Bottoms Sch9ol house who satisfied allj Harty Bottom Leader S F Bottom Tenor VJ i Claudy AkerrEthel Aker Alto sEffie BottomrMert Bottom jv l k 0 Dillie Bottom 4 J Anna Tucker jL So Louiza Chelf fIn n Mrs W A Jackson Mrs W G AkerY OwenWhitley Guss Dunbar w Lee Giles v S t W A Jackson J r x f i iciftr tt i it i j t t It ft 4ii 1j r rrV4r vyY A Sr HOVE PHONE 3189 CUMBERLAND PHONE 3454A I James Greenet FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS I MATTINGS STOVES RANGES TtBacons Old Store LOUISVILLE K- yVwwVVuivvwv ririw swwvvvwvvivwwvw1 i i 1 1 1 PI1 j 1 1 iii 7 7iBllggios Phaetons Rnnatonts mrajs Vr- il 7i wi- E WOODSON LEWIS E Sri ir GREENSBURG KYnw- 71 V contractIis to sell 500 11duringii v1i pricest w lower than ever heard of for cashr 1 i Expects to receive a carload al 7i most every week until all are disposed of Come and see 1 usCriil K vlNitroJCultureI Vehicles greatest agricultural discovery tvsoilv Write for catalog 7iand full information Viwicii WOODSON LE WI GREENSBURG vj 1r7 VAvKvIK i K K j Hardware Hardware A full and goodsEverythingALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF l STtDDLES KND HARNESS I all Leather Goods of this order If you need a The WE And WAGONor BUGGY You can get it on short notice We have a cellar full I CALL WHEN IN NEED OF Cooking Stove Heating Stove Pipe- or anything in our line All kinds of FftffMING JKCHINeIYIt 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 is up to the demands 1 W FJEFFRIES fit SON S4 o N NN NiN N N NNN i GOoOr Our Yellow Pine Doors are as good fas a Anybodys 13ETTEblThere are no Better White Pine than ours BESTT u Our KORELOCK VENEERED BIRCH J DOORS are the BEST that can be produced They are the only Doors sold with a Manjufacturers Guarantee We carry them in J v J Stock COJfl SASHDOOR HEADQUARTERS J 12 East Mair St LOUISVILLE KY 5 L P o j N r TnNEwsIoWHEN YOU S r 4 NN f eN NsN e f t mf Y Y E J 1s YA i s irf kd i tf tt r f j X i Y l j i R i t tl i