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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i TccJ i y i I f H I rVOLUME 8 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER to 1905 NUMBER 46 cccccCCfl r=a2 3 3S IYOSEMITE Ai EfEEEEEEf333 33 331 Lincoln Wells bought two good mule colts of Dunnville parties at 60 each Lincoln has eight good ones now Wm Hansford bought of J N Foley his property on Cemetery street Middleburg for 200 He will move to it soon CAllen Hague has returned to his native heath after two weeks sojourn in Cincinnati The Adair County News due here Thursday evening conieS dragging into this office late Sat urday evening seemingly almost worn out with its long stay on the road Theie is something rotten in Denmark and one of these days some one vill discover that I am a bad man from IcT Bitter creek Do you hear You cant always tell but at this writing things look a little squally for some of the Republi cans for county offices and the Strange part is they dont seem to know it Dave Wall and Mrs Macy Bras Lawell were tried Tuesday in the court here for adultery and fined 20 and trimmings The working statute was casually mentioned in the present of the woman when she defiantly re marked that she intended to take her work with her when she went to jail I Mrs T S Benson and Miss Emma Sharp attended the soldiers reunion atK irigsville last weekThe Middlesburg cornet band made music for the reunion at Kingsville Chas Montgomery and Clay Goby attended magistrate court here Tuesday and were employed in the adultery suit- The Sunday school convention at Middlesburg Sep 24 was well attended and was a success in every particular There were a number of ministers present and the discussion of subjects was very interesting Notably among those present were Rev and Mrs L B Lee of Grove P H Taylor and Henry Thomas of Lib erty The temporal welfare as well as the spirtual was cared for The ladies spread a most sump tuous dinner in Baptist church lot and no one went away hun grey These meetings are doing a vast amount of good in bringing about better work in the Sun day school Mr J T Deboard county president was delighted with the success as was Miss Liz zie Foyle county secretary Hotel Restaurant W N Brlnton Son Proprietors LiIeat all Horn Day Oi Niht COMFORTABLE ROOMS The trade of Adair a dadjoiLingt couuties solicited J liEBANON KENTUCKY Valuable Home for Sale I will sell my house and lot at a bargain It is one of the best dwellings m etowna twostory frame eight xooms with porches plenty of good Water fresh and sulphur and the lot con tain 2J acres with plenty of fruit The location is all thatanyoiie could desire- S SG W EOBERTSdN i 4 4 4 I 4 lt t twj fii r 4 it 1r1 t T I l t43Mc S 1LOCAL NEWS jMrH last Monday He was a native of Adair county and a good citizen Mr and Mrs J H Judd left to attend the fun eral We are indebted to Mrs Lou Miller for a copy of The Buckeye a phamplet that is published in Manilla PL by Wm R Giddens nephew ofMrs Miller The book is full of interesting matter 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 MRS S C STRANGE A most desirable piece of property lying in the suburbs of Columbia is the home of Miss Sallie Stewart There are about 150 acres in the boundary and it lies well Upon it is a neat roomy and comfortable residence and all nec essary outbuildings It is for sale Address Miss Sallie Stewart Columbia Mr Jas Callison a son of Mr W J Callison was married a few days ago to Miss Florence Edgar who was a resident of Ohio Mr Callison is a hustling business man in his home town Middlesboro and the young lady is said to possess all the characteristics that go to make up a lovely woman George Stults N M Tutt George T Flowers and Pat Bur res s four would be Benedicts have fitted up parlors in the second story of the Tutt building employed cook and commenced the life of celebacy in ear nest Sunday morning If it is their de sire to thus live they shonldgo to Geth semane enter the monastery and become Monks in reality In two or three weeks Geo L Sehon State Superintendent of the Childrens Home Society will be in Columbia with a lot of children hoping to find homes forsame If there are homes without children in the town or county and there exists a dasire to adopt a child an opportunity will be afforded i The following marriage licenses w reissued from the Adair county lerks Office during the month of September Curt Hamilton to Iris Tifrner Thos Russell to Ethel Cooley T T Williams to Ida Sherrill John Stills to Ada Yates W H Dixon to Queeney Chancy SC Strange to Miss Birdie Powell Chas- M Bryant to Miss Effiie Redford Mrs Mary CCurd of Bowling Green Ky announces the marriage of her granddaughter Miss Angeline Clark to Dr C M Russell of this place The marriage will take place the lat ter part of this month Miss Clark is wellknown in Columbia having been the principal in the music department of the LindsayWilson last year ISince the woggle bug made itsap in the United States there have been many inquires as how this breed af the feathery tribe looks Per sons who desire to satisfy their curi osity can see one by calling at Reed Millers store It was brought to Co lumbia by Mr E G Atkins who re cently visited the city and who pur chased it for the sole purpose of satisfying the popleof Adair county ror Sale A farm containing 216 acres of gooV land lying three miles West of Columbia This property is known as the W J Atkins farm It produces well and there Are upon it a good dwelling good barn and all other necessary outbuild ings There is also much valuable tim ber For further information i address G A Atkins Columbia Ky rsin1complianc ed notice on all the druggists to the ef feet that they will be required to pay a special tax the same as that required of retail liquor dealers if they continue after December 1st to deal in certain compounds represented as m dicin e but whichare composed largely of dis tilled gpirits vvv vv 5i 55keIvp v Tr ii1 t jAta recent meeting of the Directors Bank of Campbellsville Mr H R Turner was chosen cashier to succeed his late father There are but few better business men than Henry Turner and in this new relation he enters upon the discharge of his duties with full confidence of the people of Taylor and adjoining counties Mr Creed Haskins was also elected a director a good man and xightly hosenrlr John N Tiir nerVas also selected asa member of the Boarda nice selection made by this old and reliable institution Preaching Next Sunday J L Adkins Russell Springs J P Scruggs Cane Valley W C Clemens Columbia A L Oder Columbia Z T Wlliams Esto V W H C Sandidge Marrowbone J F Roach Pink Ridge J F Barger Christian Chapel Mr John D White presented his views to a small audience in the courthouse Monday afternoon on the prop osition to amend the constitution to re turn to the viva voce system Mr White stated that it was a great ques tion one that evidently had two sides but after due study he was of the opin ion that the amendment should be de feated His arguments to sustain his views were given in an impassioned manner and clearly indicated that he was speaking from an honest desire to advance the public good rather than party interest From our view of this question Mr Whites argument fell far short of convincing the great mass of people that our present system of vot ing is superior to the old way His main contentionwas that rows and disturbances would prevail on election days by scrambles over floaters Land Stock and Crops 000 Lee Grant sold a horse a few days ago for 120 000 T T Tupman bought a mare from H K Walkup for 135 OOO CoffeyBros Young bought last week six mules at 100 to 125 000 J E Durham sold his farm at Hatcher to Tony Buchanan for 4000 o 60 J A Diddle of Gradyville bought 30 head of cattle at 2J to 2f cents QOO Yhea1DrillW E BRADSHAW oo o C G Jeffries bought of Em mett Goode a span of 3yearold mules or225 V DOO 0 C S Bell pf Gradyville bought a nice bunch of cattle from Jesse Breeding at 2j to 3 cents ooo Coffey Bros Young sold to Altsheller Pemberton a pair of extra mare mules fiye years old weight 2800 for 425 000 CG J riesbollght theJosheph Knifley farm for 3IOO It is one of the best farms on Casey Creek oop i mberixm Atchlef bought eighteen head ofmulesand horses here Monday ranging in price from W5 th20G per bead They the stbcfc late in the i 44t ila fi Et111ri H R Thurman bought of Smith Nell Gradyville eight 800 pound steers at 8t cents o 0 a J A Diddle sold J H Kin naird of Red Lick 40 head of stock ewes at 250 00 o Mr Ray Conover has purchased of Mr Olie Taylor his interest in the property they owned jointly on Boom r HeightsIooo Flowers Bros of Bliss bought several head of calves in the Gradyville section at prices ranging from 12 to 1- 5ooo Anderson Foley of Russell county bought a weanling Pea cock colt from J D Foley of that county for 130 000 DS Wade Hatcher bought three Poland China pigs at 15 ea hAlso 22 bushels seed wheat at 150 per bushel ooo Smith Nell of Gradyyilie purchased ofWT Grissom 4 nice heifers weighing 3100 lbs at 4l cents 4 hogs of M L Gris som Co at 436 000 J W Walker of Joppa pur chased from J D Walker this city a house and lot in connection With his farm at Gradyville con sideration 2500 This is one of the best farms in thatsection 000 MrL W Bennett has pur chased the stock of groceries Downed by C F Dunbar Co n the north corner of the public square and will continue the business at the same stand poo Two weeksagO we announced that Mr Lum Flowers had sold his property to Hugher Coffey For some reason the trade fell through but last week Mr Frank Sinclair bought the prop erty for 550 and the transfer was made 000 H C Bottom returned from Joyce Friday night where he had been for the purpose of buying calves He drove a 19yearold horse 45 miles in seven hours a portion of the road being rough Mr Bottom has been driving this horse 14 years 000 Public Sale On Thursday October 5th I will sell to the highest and best bidders my farm of 105 acres 1J miles south of Gradyville 150 barrels of corn 23 hogs 7 cattle 2 mares household and kitchen furniture PETER LOONEY Gradyvillej Ky FAiRPL7Y Wheat sowing and sorghum making is the order of the day A number of our young folks attended the singing at Hebron lastfourthSUnday The debate at Rebublican last Thursday night was well attend ed The young folksof this commu nity spent a pleasant evening at Mr Charlie Samuels last Mon day pealing apples Marcus Lpy Zeno Hampn and H B McClister attended the spelling Simpsons school house last Tuesday night and report a ni time PrdfG7 WTurneris conduct l gklassln vyocll iniiisia at Chapel which M II i1ii lir34S 4g t t i r t 1 ii r f ONE BIG GflLfl DRY Friday October 6 Got M L Clarks Bio com- binedSHOW1 Circus Museum Menagerie Royal Hipprodrome 300 PBOPPE AND HORSES 300 MONSTER ENSEMBLE OF CIRCUS FEATURES IMiERIAL COLLECTION OF RARE WILD BEASTS THE FINEST MENAGERIE EVER EXHIBITED IN THIS SECTI JN OF THE COUNTRY A Herd of Educated Elephants 0 A DROVE OF CAMELS AND LED ANIMALS A COOL 75000 IN PROPERTY AND STCK PARADED DAILY Two Performances Daily Rain or Shine Afternoon 130 Evenings 730 COliUflQBm Oct 6th Breeding 7th I To Tobacco Shippers We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connect ed directly or indirectly with any other ware house or warehouse company We conduct a Strictly Independent Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business C A BRIDGES CO PropsJ PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY success Wesley is a promising young man and a noted singer of this community Mrs WO Loy who has been confied fo her bed for some time is reported no better Mrs Julia Bardin who has forsevIeral John Stilts of Elroy was marv ried to Mrs Addie Yates of this place last Saturday evening Misses Jennie and Mattie Sam uel Annie and Nora Sandusky Millie Grider and Jennie Potts Messrs Joe Powell ZenoHamon Cashus Rowe Boss Grider and Jpda Samuel attended the Bap tizing at Glenvllle last Sunday oJo nHelmm dapleasant SunJdayevenmg Miss Hattie Burbridge visited relatives at Sparksviulellastweek Prpfc Lesley Turner will sing at Republican the secondSunday- in October Lovers of music should not fail to hear him Misses Maggie Tunier and i tf t iJ tc i Tll 11 Cattie Thomas was at this place shopping one day last week Mr Lannis Loy was stricken with grief one night last week over the loss of a picture Miss Iva Loy spent last Sunday at home as Cortez Sanders was sick Mr Marcus Loya young farmr er of this community while ina conversation with your reporter informed him that he was about up with his work he has his tobacco housed Mr J aNell and Mr Will Wilson was here one day last week L A Fletcher attended services at Hopewell last Sunday Little Joe FrankLy who broke his arm some tinfe ago iS getting along nicely V j JNMURRE L ittDENTIST j jk COLUMBIA KENTUCKY OFflCECorner Room- HOteL i f1f c S r i S5ESf i ra litV3r 4 Z 5 h 2S i 5 t rHE ADA1RCOlJNTYNEWSCOLUlIBIA KY J Oct i1905 e t J1 t I JackofallTrades THE 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 iour when working For particulars call on or address FairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY WF JEFFRIES SONAgts NEW UNDERTAKERS SHOP Russell Spr ngs Ky I have just opened an Undertakers Shop at Russell Springs I keep ready for use all kinds of COFFINS AND GASKETS which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to patronize my shop J ESNOW G W Wiseman Sort fiWGlers and Opticians DEALERS IN Diamonds and m io ns Strucs Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line No 132 West Market bet 1st and 2nd Oppo site Music Hal- lLOUSVILLE KENTUCKY vetinery Surgeon JFistulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any Surgical work done at fair prices I A3i FIXED TO TAKE CARE or STOCK SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EYES SD CRENSHAW jrile from Columbia on Dissaporatment FOR ALR c 2 F Farm of 278 acres 6 milessoath of Columbia Ky on Columbia and Creelsboro road 150 acres in crass in good state of cultivation good liouse mud outbuildingS good fencing plenty of water Dd timber one store house ianfl lot a good and iPwell selected stock of goods Jhislsagood point r4e do business One steam sato mil direct attact Bent in good running order will cut 15000 M feet per day 150 white oak trees stave treesSy miles wrath of Columbia one steam boiler and ehgin erteable 6 horse power in good order one steam b9eras good aajiew Eightyeight 88 acres qolqm1t1axYmOtoon cutoff of the abqyeJb iithere is poplar ash iWackeaV cheetnut hickory and chestnutoak tfmjSlQn the 83 acres All the by I1 f ij Yiih f l 1f t J 1 t5 if rltigj from Florada Pensocola sept 23 1905 EDITOR NEWS It has been about 28 months since I left Columbia and have missed only one copy of the News during that time so I keep thoroughly posted as to the happenings in Adair and adjoining counties Many good citizens with whom I was well acquainted and some I could call my person ial friends have passed awaydur ing thepast two years and their respective families have my sin cere sympathy I often think of the many happy homes that have been made sad in so short a time in that locality On the other hand it is with pleasure I note the many improvements and the progressive spirit which prevails in and around Columbia and am glad to note that the News keeps at the head of the procession Since you enlarged the paper put in newpress engine type etc you are certainly giving your patrons value received The paper is newsy well gotten up and the adsare neat and at tractive With two such schools as the L W T S and the M F High School the churches and Christian environments tjie best and most social people on earth electric lights surrounded by fine farm lands well timbered with prospects of water works railroad arid plenty of oil Columbia is certainly in Gods coun try and a most desirable place in which to live The next thing in order I sup1 pose is something of my sUl roundings although it suits me best to write and think of home Pensacola is a Cosmopolitan city of about 25000 inhabitants and has more natural advantages and the deepest and best harbor of any city in the South where arrive1jandof the world It is claimed here thatf Pensacola is the oldest city in the United States that her history antedates that of St Augustine by four years The larg est fish market in the South and the largest Red Snapper market in the world Perhaps the only city id the United States where you will see a woman driving an ox in the principal streets hitched to a cart in shaves There are three forts a navy yard life saving station and quarantine station where the Government spends millions of dollars annual ly in wagesfrepairs and general improvements Property v a s high wages good and all lines of business prosperous until yellow fever broke out but now every thing is dull and business is about at a stand still Many people have left the city a detention camp has been established about 25 miles from Pensacola and the pharmacist of this station sent to assist P HlIH Surgeon Banks who is in charge of the camp All steam boats schooners sailboats etc hound for any South ern coast town are sent here fu migated and detained from iive to ten days We had foar fumi gations yesterday three today and I know of two we will have tomorrow The fever situation Thursday night was as follows New cases six total to date 55 total deaths nine cases Tunde r disjchargedQuarantine Station is oIlfSantato the latest census the tion is twelve all told The coh finementliere is theworstfeature of the position We spend a good part of ourJeisure imeriMi Ing andicatqh Trout Eei 3sh SbeepH a i Fl Jlnd rsafidiQt r lin rfistin bunda lC f Wed fi y tci ghtan 1 P Gj r igJf a pgWfa iiIt1i l fc I 11 II my largest catch lam making ectedsQiithnestwishes and force and all of my other friends at home I am Sincerely v GEO F WALFORD What Whisky Does Henry W Grady Tonight it enters a humble home to strike the roses from a womans cheek and tomorrow it challenges this republic in the halls o f congress Today itstrikes a crust from the lips of a starving child and tomorrow levies tribute from the govern ment itself There is no cottage humble enough to escape it no place strong enough to shut it out It defies the law when it cannot coerce sufferage It is flexible to cajole but merciless in victory It is the mortal enemy of peace and order the despoiler of men and terror of wo nien the cloud that shadows the face of children the demon that has dug more graves and sent more souls unshrouded to judg ment than all pestilences that have wasted life since God sent the plagues to Egypt and all the wars since Joshua stood before Jericho Tt comes to ruin and it shall profit mainly by the ruin of your sons and mine It comes to mislead human souls and to crush human hearts under its rumbling wheels It comes to bring gray headed mothers down to shame and sorrow to their graves It comes to change the wifes love into despair and her pride into shame It comes to stifle all the vithIIr your body and mind to wreck 11U1StIvhich it yrecks this world Cheated BeaUi Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheat ed death He says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caused me great pain suffering and anxiety but Electric Bitters which effected a com plete cure I have also found them of great benefit in general debilty and nerve trouble and keep them constantly on hand since as I find they have no equal TE Paull druggist guaran tes them at 50c Obituary The wise saying that death is a sickle which leaves no sheaf ungathered was again verified when on the night of September 18th at 11 oclock when the an gel of death visited the home of Mrs Em Blair and claimed as its victim her loving son Jim He was born July 30th 1885 and died September 18th 1905 making him 20 years one month and 19 days old He leaves to mourn their loss a loving mother six brothers four sisters with many relatives arid a host of friends Jim was a victim of typhoid fe ver and had been confined to his bed only a few days All was done that medical aid and loving hands could do but the disease was too deeply seated for his recovery He numbered his friends by his acquaintances He leaves tbefilledandThe remains were laid to rest in sdaySeptember20 crowd of sympathetic frieridsat tended the furieraL Hie left Mght evidence of a hagpy te yond He cannot pme back to usbut let ussp live as toT meet him in the fenightbeyorid where sorrowing anxiarimisnoore Ofit 1lrt 11 df W1rt J Jtf i6f i5 rid t i4 Yft J r r 1 trt Life Insurance Corruption Funds ItHvas developed in New York last week where an investigation is going on into the affairs of the New York Life Insurance Com pany that corporation alone contributed inNew York last year to the Republican party 48000 Other large corporations of like nature probably did the same thing It amounts to this that everyman who has his life insured contributes so much from his policy to corrupt the voters in the interest of the Republican party When Judge Parkers attention was called to this exposure he said The officers responsible for these raids on the treasuries of corporations have received their Rewards in unfettered manager ment of life insurance corporations in the embarrassed raids on the public through trusts condemned by both common and statute law in refusal to punish criminally the officers of railroad and other corporations violating the laws anjd in statutory permission to manufacturing corporations to levy tribute on the peo pie There can be no hope of checking the unlawful aggressions of officers of great corpora tions so long as they may thus form a quasipartnership with the organization of the dominant political party For in the hour when the administrative official seeks to punish the offender he is reminded by the head of the organization of the magnitude of the contributions of the corporations There is however something worse if possible than the escape of such offenders from justice It is the gradual demoralization of voters and the dulling of the pub lie conscience caused by the ef forts to mate these vast sums of money procure the ballots they were intended to procure corruptly and otherwise ETown News Borers in Fruit Trees The Borers are again at work in the orchards During the coming month they should be watched closely and killed at ev ery opportunity The young of the apple tree borers confine their operation largely to the base of the tree and may be discovered by the characteristic borers hang ing from an orifice The very destructive peach borers york similarly at the base of peach trees arid its precence is usually indicated by the exuding gum The young of the sugar maple borer a most destructive insect are usually found at work on the underside of the lower branches or along the trunk up among the limbs The only sure remedy is to cut out these borers even though the tree is injured to some ex tent because the grubs if allow ed to live are likely to cause a great deal more damage than the cutting Where only a few borers are detected they may be huntedby means of a crooked wire inserted intheJiole made by the borers arid pushed as far as it will go This generally kills the grubs Ex lifef8 E11oitteleclb Iife is too often embittered by the grie o11alns arid suffering caused by y pep r one or another of itsmany 4orms iTo other disease coversjisucn a wicferamge of symptoms or Causes fsuch tied sufferihg to its Yictimsf Stpmaclfii ache headaclie dizzmess nausea DlliQUsliess CQnstipatipn f0yer tt alL earedue5tt i onejfeswlr J lildiiseise NoWjnfer th t tbOt s t as C Qt e X i rK1i ek X i s 1i 1oi Wi Y Jfi i If t 1 t1 OL tf t1 tvy ll ll l L l l Sl l l l lI IJ If 11 I fI IXIV 7 J We are paying the following prices for Timber 5 KyISplit rjx2i in on Heart 3i in Deep 38 in Long 25 per 1000 ps 21U tt tt 21u a 41u a a m a a tt 3 g 46 U 40 U I5 3i 3f 50H 75 D I 2 2 28U 8 is All billets must be made from good live straightgrained D I j hickory either red or white free from all defects g Sugar Tree Gliestnuti Oak White Oak Black Jack or II5 flsh Billets made from good live straight 5 grained timber free from all defects D21 in on Heart 21 inf Deep 44 in Long 20 per 1000 ps D SPOKESJxxis j 2i in on heart 2A Deep 30 in Long A B Grade 25 7 2l I 2 30 C 12 21 21 30 D 8 II 2 l 21 30 A B 20 2 i 21 30 nC t 10 1 I 2U I 21 30i D 6 1 E 12li1 7I 11 a a a y 3Q p 4 1 1 BAll spokes must be split from good live straight grained Btimber free from defects and fully up to size A B spokes must be all white 2nd growth 7 C spokes must be all white forrest 7 15 D spokes may be red or red and white D i 1 Columbia Singletree Co ji71 xi xi xi xix xi xi xi xi Xi 1 f f fm t f t Fifth Avenue Hotel I c ta 8f FIFTH AVEMUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY a no a Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled AFirsfcclass Hotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale X a anl IlEtail Districts Churches and Theatres tiKE CAMPBELL Manager f LebanonLaundryLEBANON W R JOHNSON Proprietor This Is one of the Best and most Reliable Laundries in the State REED MILLER Columbia Agents for this section Send them your linen and the work will be neatly and promptly executed ii MB MARCUM HOTEL t COLUMBIA KY jpr ISA BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN Architecture containing 35 new neat and well ven Q X tilated rooms His nicely furnished conveniently located and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three sample rooms for commercial menfgpod SM H MARCTIM Propr f 0 FRANK CORCORAN MJ METCALFE Corcoran MetcalfelWainst11EU t l ebaQon entt k MANUJFACTURERS AND DEAt RS IN I f i Jj tt RADE MARBLEi 1W Dfl P AN IT F toj S mc r tlgtk v0K qee fioD 4naidl adjoining coiinties riespecj lly splicjfted l jji 1 Bri 1WREN5 uK dUU EJflnvIBgGALE HENEWt i oJ 124f t i1 i 1 1 ils i c i tr ts r t j i Co J i i t t = E t Coj c c1 1 I I t r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Oct 4 1905 JOHN A HOBSON DEALER m 4WflitUre WaWPLLper h E DoorsWindowst1T Hook Stoves f Lime Cement- f t The Place for Bargains GREENSBURG KENTUCKY SINGER eaiyawteS Prices are Good Terms are Better Machines the Best T You are assured of proper Instruction Supplies and Accessories H Get a Singer Guarantee AT Singer Sewing Machine COs Side Public Sqndre COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Painfus PeriodsLife often seems too long to the woman who suf bearingdown aredreadful tineoJrdBlIt Eases Womens Pains It quickly relieves inflammation purifies and enriches the blood strengthens the constitution and permanently cures all diseased con ditions from which weak women suffer It Is matchless marvelous reliable At all druggests in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confid ence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice in plain sealed envelope how to AdvisoryDeptChattanooga Tenn FEELING LIVERISH This Mornin7TAKE BlackDraught Stops Indigestion Constipation A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer jW a I1EsTE t i7 DENTIST KENTuCKY 7 j 1ffI fJ9 ti f 1 v 7 J Jr 7t r t 1 1 I fJ i c p i ri Jf w i kk rI fl Ssw jr I f t iI t 7 1 t I SUFFEREDCREATJYn writes Mrs L E Clevenger of Belle view NC at my monthly periods all my life but the first bottle of Car nowJthegreatestwom THE Morris anna Walr THAT RESTORES THE OLD TO THEIR YOUTH AGAIN excellent Summer Resort situ IThis miles from Camp ell sville Ky Greensburg road is now ready for business and amply able to take care of all comers The Excellent edical Properties of this Water is gaining for it a wride rep utation It is ma l many wonderful cur sofChronicCas s that Shave b en pronounced by many mlentphysicianS u IT CURES Sick Headaclie Insomnia Dyspepsia Catarrh of Stomach and LiverJaundiceGravelRh and Kidney Complaint It removes the cause of the disease Those affected wIth Lung Trouble can nlfiesCampbellsville Itom liveryien whQ rbffmjVfite r V r J O MORRISONroj C mpb ft0J t flilt5IJtt jtiI 4 r t S fTT j fet J AT ANY PRICE noiCheap to Ruidinc JAPANS lQilTI C REASONSw In a sense the victory is Rus sias at Portsmouth Peac e would have been a bargain even at a cost of a big indennityand Russia could have paid it an ex tra halfbillion of indebtedness charged against the possibilities Under the circumstances peace to Russia would have been cheap at any price which Japan might have named and the Japanese probably knew it as well as any one At the price paid the sur render of virtually nothing which the enemy has not taken by force of arms it is a bargain A larger view will award the diplomatic victory of Japan Not the least of the considerations magnanimIitya motive based on practical neces sity and promted by a farseeing policy to keep the favor of the Japans position was memIberdominates the earth yetenjoyed the sanction of the other mem bers thereof Such sanction and sympathy were obviously not dependable but rather tentative hence superlative tact and broad statement were required for the delicate task of retaining them while negotiating them to advan tagemHad Japan stood out for a large indemnity other and essential demands havin been Sandshow of resistance on the field against the overwhelming odds of victories already w o n the worlds opinion likely would have undergone a change to sympathy for the bedraggled and bloody Slav and resentment against the insatiable and moneymad ape tJapannity in a considerable sum but to have insisted upon it would have been recklessly to have dared the displeasure of nations and sacri fice the extraordinary favor and standing among the powers which Japan fortuitously possessed As it was Japan made its mag nanimity impressive It forfeit ed nothing while throwing upon Russia the onus of showing a real desire for peace In the light of history to comeSapans ingratiat ing reasonableness and generosi ty are seemingly destined to prove a most pofitable invest ment Among other thing a fu ture clash between the same con testants is not out of the pale of possibilities in which Japan again would naturally command the friendship of tire powers The truth seems to be that Rus was whipped to the utmost ex tent that its own situation the worlds convenienceand physical condition would allow and that Japan has been taxed by thee fort to appoximat ly its capacity The world may graciously cot cede that Japan could have gone futher Its prowess may receive and will receive ther amplest at testati nand respect but the fact stand outplain to the lint yersal recognition that it ould better afford toJe nagnaniinol- than is to tempt Fate Ha Every Man a rlce i Theremark is very fr fuently is1madethpric Indeed sooftenisthe aS srtionne andwithuchbo- e ld ttiO thtwe feir itibc- ocning the creed mfnianypohti f d ltci ttlItl be Is 7 rrR1 nIi lj ji iib J t tg o t hx Aft fMmrr ei r E j j l responsible for the increase of graft Make the creed uni ve Adrsalble living will be a thing of the st and patriotism and business tegrity will be only meaningless words One thing may be said ith certainty the per so jenlawful and degrading proposition that every man has his price may himself be bought and generally bought cheap But the assertion is false We refuse absolutely to believe that all mankind and womanhood is- on sibran jedmere matter af merchandise All knees in our day and time have not bowed to the Baal of graft and all mouths have not kissed him There are those who like Samuel the great prophet will be able to say even unto the end th shatbribe from a n y man or who would like Job the great patri arch endure the direct personalfu and family afflictions rather than perjure themselves or be false to the King of Truth Purity of purpose and integrity of character have not taken their departure forever from the earth Ex CeNTRYS 7IltILL The health of this community is goOdat present exMissColumbia last week Mrs Sallie Dye visited at C C Gentrys one day last week J H Stevens the enterprisintierchant of White T touesdayMiss Estel Canada of Russell was here one day last w eekKRobt Floyd who has been in Terra Haute Ind for the past two months has returned home W L Bailey who has been traveling with the Tartar White show was at home Saturday Voline Sulivan made a flying rip to Columbia thursday T M Depe our miller has sold his mill to W E Gentry of Sano who will repair it and b e seady for business ina short while Jesse Bryant was visiting S M Bryant Sunday Top Dressing for WheataShall we top dress or plow un der manure for wheat is a question of especial interest at this season of the year There are arguments in favor of each meth od but my experience leads me to believe that if the manure is well rotted top dressing and har rowing in well is preferable if the field is tobe seeded There is little danger of losing a good catch of clover on top dressed land The manure also seems to be available forthe im s1thekeeps it The advocates of the plowing under this method claim that ma nureori the surface will lose its strength and that the rootsvill reach it letter ife plpwednnder Careful experiments have shown that manure spread upon the 1fatlledwiU1Qiittl value m the air but thatyife is practi ally all absorbed by the soil True tKe jojts of wheat extend to quite 4 tfepth and w uldnodou 1i get much f the fertility I canendors the 19- Vfuhderthiin tho for iorit tut careful ob ry nofboth mel i pvi atdrti17 L f 1 tt k tjf t t t t1 THE ADVISABILITY ding Vocal Music to the Common School Course Written for The News At first thought without ma tu sirectjonable to add another branch or rather a drill to the pr it bisoccupy only a brief period each day it will readily be seen that proper instruction in vocal music would be not time and labor posjsiblected by some that as a rule achers are not well informed on the theory nor efficient in the practice of vocal music and that some can never become good singers but these objections may be easily met and refuted on the ground that anyone with good co portapplication become fairly well ir Aincipesca Tlexceptions by faithful effort un ca Ttiling will be the result A few years ago when Civil Government was added to the couse of study in Kentucky teachers without exception had to make special preparation to pass the amination on this subject but now it is one of the easiest sub je in hthewould be the same way with mu c It would requiie but a shorts me to prepare to teach it ands pass on it before the board of examiners Many other have adopted it and statesI LetlKentucky but be up in the front ranks and in jo wiceher children will sing correctly and with much pleasure M r Old Kentucky Home in her praise If the Legislature will pass the law it will be but a short time until all will be ready to meet the requirements because the principles of music are so exact and so simple that any intelligent person can soon prepare to teach this one of the most delightful and refining of all the sciences The Greeks classed music as one of the fine rts It is both an art and a science Every successful minister will testify that firstclass music is one of the most powerful ad- Juncts toa successful meeting It is oneof the strongest incentives to induce people to attend church it inspiries the speaker in the sacred desk to put forth his best efforts with courage and zeal and all those who are delighted soothed and charmed by its melody and harmony feel indeed that itis good to be there What else exercises such strong moral and ennobling influences on the society of a community as a welltrained class in music It is one of the strongest factors in building up firstclass society in any section And if the children in the c mmonscholsvere properly trained there are no valid reasons why there should note a good vocal class in al most every neighborhood which would be a prolific source of both pleasure arid profit Physically it iso le oithe very best exercise strengthening the lungs anhelpingto ward off pubno nary diseases Bcobably the 2its lenetsderived from lt comefroin the ultlyatiQnQfthe tioDil and moral natures and ep Jj1lipf childrnWho caii thing ti otn J = rndiced wit1ut bei m Mff tWit1iO ttlJ r r tr + p f conscience responding to the en nobling sentiments contained therein without a desire to do better and to be better and with out forming higher aspirations and purer motives The poet Congreve said Mu c hath power to soothe the sav age beast but whether this be literally true or not one thing is certain that in all ages mankind patriotism7has action by its magic charms Sev KingDavidellowcountrymen by the Psalms those delightful sacred musical compositions which are admired to the present day He touched his harp and nations stooden tranced The Greeks fancied Apolls to be the worlds greatest mu3ician and accorded to him divine worship Every t rue Frenchmans heart is touched by- eth Marseilles Hymn every patriotic Englishman is oved by the song God save loyalAmerican CountryTisBanner As Shakespeare says he man that hath no music in his soul Nor is not moved with concourse of sweet sounds Is fit for treason stratagem and spoil The motions of his spirit are as dull as night It is related that Charles Ves greatesthynlnists tlantic Ocean when the ship was many miles from land ob- erved a little bird trying to seek and protection from wind and storm in the rigging of the vessel This suggested to his mind a train of thought and as o a grandldbest the world has ever known hich has been an inspiration a consolation to Christian people of every denomination for over a hundred years When he r wrote the words V Jesus lover ofmy soul flyWhileroll While the tempest still is high ie immortalized his name in the Christian world And so it has been throughout all the ages Through the infiu ence of music men have inspired to brave danger to meet death on the battlefield and to catch glimpses of heaven while yet on earth In the language of Alexander v- Pope Music the fiercest grief can charm And fates severest rage disarm Music can soften pain to ease And make despair and madness please v Our joys below it can improve And antedate the bliss above U1 SAMUEL L COFFEY k Frightful Suffering Relieved X Suffering frightfully from the ijitulentpoisons of undigested food C G Grayson of Lula Miss took DrY Kings New Life Pillswith the reV suit he writes that I was cured Allstomach and bowell disorders gave way to their tonic lax tive properties 25c at T E Paulls drug store guaran teed v ofor Sale v h rl One 16horse power gasoline engine with grist mill and corn crusher m good ii ySKnifley Ky tf i Valuable Resident Property for Sale I WpnTer our entire resident proper ty fitrIia1eat inyitingr price andrea onable terms consisting of two dwen ingswith eight or nine acres tground on Burkesville street a good dw ciwitH over an acre of groundin vicinity of K and F Highcbool known as tbt Taylor property Also an atjyiii t iand pas both flrstv daiw codi tiO Call o or adcJn L V t LT PowII j4 If fW J r tf it c 1tt L jfi c S I r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 4 1905 ili K ijil- J II 4J htIrI P m II I1 iIIttes kiir c Ii II y y m1 TilL LIMDSM1t1LSOftTRIM1M6i I r m1II 85OO IN IADVANCElit E t I I Pause BoarflTiiition and Incidentals in the linj aU Wilson Training SGftool ONE 7EM Reasonable reduction torleUmui e w ic rd i c ferine week cr nore iw LITERARY PRIMARY INTERMEDIATE ill ACADEMIC n TV 0F l I i IFACVL 11 PAAllYi E who has had are 4ilPrdli R PflYNE BUSINESS KL60LUMBIfl KENTUCKY Ilk r iI 1r f7t fIj f ti UnE r i 11AIJ u 1 4 G7jU Wt j IJJ r11 h fiE r 1iI r h tJ r1 5 IIi 1r fi l 1f tt tIf trL 11 r= ltr 1 LII1IIiIrtr 1 lj She dltir 1ouuty tlt1 Published Every Wednesday BY THE idairBounty News o1 IlfC01HOIl ATED u lHA8 8 HARRIB Editor Democratc newspaper devoted to the interests the city of Columbia and the people of Adair Md adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second jbca mail matter WED OCTOBER 4 1905 DEMOCRATIC TICKET h fForJailer WH WILSON For Assessor T L SMITH For Surveyor fRT MICA FREE Notice A mass convention of the Democrats of East and West Colum bia voting precincts which corn pose Magisterial District No 7 of Adair county is hereby called to meet at the Court House in Qlull1biaKentuckyonSaturday dayQfJCt 1905 for the purpose of ininat nga+ Democratic candidate forM gis SL trate and Constable for said dis V T tnct W 0 PILE MONTGOMERYGiv v COMMITTEE f1Il f J tJltf 4 r 3nY4a tr t 1 a q f j ra THE FOURTH State Develop luent Conven tion to Meet In Louisville 10 11 and 12 The following named gentle men have been selected to repre sent Adair county in the State Development Convention to be in Louisville October 10 11 an 12 James Garnett WKAzJ bill Gordon Montgomery W F Jeffries H B Garnett Horace rI1ISH C Walker W W Yates W I Ingram Van P Dunbar W A Garnett James A Willis Hon L C Nell Judge T A Murrell It is the purpose of this convention to arouse greater inter ests in every section of the State toward development in every line of industry and it is to be hoped that good delegation from every county will attend If there is state of great resources and grea posibilities in our entire country awaiting the magic hand of de velopment it is our own beloved Kentucky Rich in agricultural lands adorned with forests of great valuemagnificentI 1 posits of almost mineralsenough coal to keep the fire of the world going for a centuryblessedwith the best water between the equator and north pole and occupying a cent ral position in a great territo Kentucky ought to out do and lead in the great march of progress It will do it by and by but indifference and inactivity onthe part of Kentuckians only with isconJventIonto call attention of bufc side capitalist to the great t i bilities of varied industries that can flourish in this state r r r i J k ii eiJJ Jft roirf tfJ p 4r Toi1 7ti ar- tii TEACHERSCOUNTY STATE CERTIFICATE STATE DIPLOMA GflflS A roll call of the counties will bring in every section and the answering of the following questions will unfold the needs of every locality What inducements are by your county or city to capital seeking investment iWhat industries =manufactur or do you most need itis dWhat does it need in the Iof development to make wayI richer amore productive The correct answering of the above ought to redown to the good of every section and specially this of ours The News insists on a full attendance of the delegates from this and adjoining counties The railroads will give one fare rates plus 25 cents Goy Beckham Senators Black burn and McCreary will preside Make up your mind to go and go talking our country The Insurance Commissioners Kentuct arrangement- and s will investigate the doings of the New York Life Insurance Company John Walden a negro barber of was before the nomIination 0fcourselheThehighest price paid for a bryY a leader of Brooklyn New York last week It was a Blair Athal colt and the price paid was 11000 President Roosevelt has done another graceful a tH has ordered Capt FJit hueLeede tailed as one of his aids at the White House This trecognitio ill jlneifiii Jsr t i t ii rR d x ij sCrJX 1b1Yt 4K i y i 1 0 r 1f r i n tf MUSICVOICE PIANO AND ORGAN STRINGED INSTRUMENTS being October interest The Louisville Post claims to be fighting political corruption in Louisville and Kentucky and its efforts seem to be unceasing pointedd poIhtIealwealth and particularly its own i city It claims to have discover ed much corruption by which the will of the people has been set naught and political clicks enI Iat Its onslaught on bart lotbox stuffers repeaters and thieves have been constant and emphatic It claims to be for a free vote and an honest count yet it stands for the secret ballot system whose dark curtains COy evifslItfrauds than any other that ever existed If the Post really and litiC41alpolitical ends of its own to ac complish then it ought to advc cote an open honest system o voting where the records tell the tale and the ballotbox stuffers and repeaters are run out of buss f reIIpcenables repeaters to operate Why not go r back to the old way the way thatttoldthe tale in no atlspottedfloater Since the darkcurtain process has been used in thi state we have had contests Iron Constable txx Governor from the smallest precincts to the largest city Tbe good name of Ken tucky has been stained with blood and her proud standing T t tbeP8t has been bIurted1ritIiJ audsr The people are not IMB cm fnowbJ t itis the iysten ff t i I x tliii4e tf1 r = Yti1ofit iJ J 4 svy r i 1 r f E T 8750 Monthly IN ADVANCE yr kI t ley y SPECIAL ELOCUTION ART- COMMERCIAL 1 II COMPETENTINSTRUCTORS r that gives the opportunity to the unscrupulous and really no ode quate means of election can be devised to uncover secret frauds constitutionIballot and return to the viva voce E K Renaker of Cynthiana and the Democratic nominee for State Senator has agreed to pay 3500 awarded against him in a suit for slander MissbElizabeth Whitaker The Demo jcratic Committee o f Harrison IVlrffor the Senate Iroooccocca cccccc o IL ROSSELL XocJ Judge Simpson of Jamestown ternd was here one day last week I hasIbeenfVis now in running order Wm Bradley has opened versmiths shop here and aSil1 to do all kinds of repairing an S1Cjlcess 1PulaskIl rMrsAcree is having a dwell ing erected on Fair street ofsJamestown were last week on business A runaway couple from Casey passed through here the other day on their way as they said to Thegirl1fed thmt they hid taken at train to EoiMvlllc from = SoDlerSetoHe r 1Y rYT a rte k ria r i rtr i I 4rJ wac therefore sent a telagram ahead 100forarrested in Indiana KNIFLe s Corn crops are fine Mrs W H C Monday is in very feeble health toherMiss Ella Cundiff of Columbia and Miss Mary Shepherd of Mt Pleasant visited at Sam Hum freys Tuesday night The school at this place is pro gressing nicely under the man agement of Miss Gertrude Gab bertThe Sunday school at this place is in a flourishing condition with H B Humphress superintendent J S K Humphress is having a new residence erected at this place C G Jeffries bought of Emett Goode a span of three year old mules for 225 teachinghisEverybody likes Prof Cabbell and think he is one of the best instructors in the closesfState As soon as the school he will take up a class at Bottom school house The people ther know a good thing- C y G Jeffries bought last wee the Joseph Knifley farm for 3 100 This is one of the best foams on Caseys Creek and is considered great bargain at the price r for Sale One ifhorse power gasoline engine with grist mill find corn crusher in ifodd condition i Sr Hmphr Co Knit Ky tL 4 a i iltx jiii ti s t i r irv s 1i a ff1 ll s a iot o J i niF a + j = j i aw 5 fS 4 i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 1905 5 t 44 + + + + + + ++ ++++ ++ + + + + t tPERSONAL MENTION f THE COMERS AND GOERS o Geo Flowers spent last Sunday night in Gractyville Mr Abner Jones Jamestown was here Wednesday G T Walker of Glasgow was here several days of last week Mr Rollin Hurt was in Greensburg on legal business last week Miss Nannie Pennington was a caller at this office a few days ago T G Evans of Phil Casey county was in Columbia last Monday Mr L V Hall and Miss Nona Pow ell are visiting in Greensburg Mr Chas K Williams Campbells ville was jn Columbia last Friday Mr J Montgomery was profess ionally in Russell county last week Mr Tilden Waggener of Burkesville was here several days of last week Henry Toomey of Arcola Ill is visiting the famely of Mr S W Beck Mr Luther williams and wife of Montpelier were here county court day Misses Margaret and Ora Smith of Harrodsburg are visiting relatives at Gradyyille Dr W W Wallace and wife of Louisville are visiting relatives in Adair c6unty MissBonnie Hockersmith is spending a fewdays in Columbia She is at the 1rlarcumHotel Mr Stewart Kinniard wife and son R C Kinnaird visited Mr Jas Men zies and wife last Friday Mrs Robt Hudson Mrs Charles Herriford and Miss Della Mitchell are visiting friends on Green river Dr Anderson Rowe and wife of Glasgow visited relatives in this coun ty last week J J Biggs who is in the revenue service and who has been on duty at Dants distillery is at home for this monthSquire Wm Biggs of Cane Valley who has been confined to hishome sev eral months with nervous prostration is improving Messrs S C Pemberton and Henry Altsheller of Hors Cave Were here Monday for the purpose of buying horses and mules Will Shipp and wife of Campbells ville visited in Columbia last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Shipp is a daughter of Mr and Mrs S D Barbee Mrs W L Walker and her two daughters Misses Alice and Ella and Miss Annie Eubank are spending a few days in Louisville and Jeffersonville W R Myers and family Messrs F W Robertson John A Diddle Mr W H Flowers and Miss Marietta Rowe are attending the Horse Show Louisville this week Hon John D White of Manchester reached Columbia last Saturday and remaineduntil Tuesday Nothing of apolitical nature could be learned from him but you cannot always tell what John Ds visits mean He is a polished gentleman and has a number of friends in this community Mr A M Mercer of Milltown this county left last Monday morning for RoyseCity Texas with the view of cating Mr Mercer is one of Adair countys best young men He has at all times been attentive to business and his genial disposition is a friend winner We cheerfully commend him to the people he will locate with knowing that he will give satisfaction in any character of business he may undertake For some time he was a assistant cash el r in the First National Bank of this place and his work was perfectly sat isfactory to the Board of Directors His only reason forleaving Adair coun ty is that he believes that more profitable avenues are open to young men in the Great State of Texas 4 LOC L Re today Tuesday Circus day in Columbia nextFriday Thejiscal court of Adair county isin session Twenty pounds of granulated sugar for f1 CUb at W L Walkers 4 J Mrs J B Coffey a few days ago presented h rra bnd withaneat rol lertop writing d k r i tOfifQ c Ji lt tit04ot ij ir5 t fb A A Miller Crocus was in town Monday MrJP V Grissom is in Louisville this week W R Lyon Campbellsville was here last Saturday 0 Mrs Jo Coffey Jr visited in Camp belisville last week Mr G P Burress visited his mother at Elkhorn last Sunday Mr Horace Bohon called to See our merchants last Thursday Dr J G Johnson of Greensburg was here a few days ago R F Rowe of Amaniaville was here the first of the week Mr Jeff Bradshaw of Columbia is very sick with typhoid fever Dr J N Paee and wife have taken rooms at the Marcum Hotel Jo Coffey Jr accompanied his wife from Campbellsville home last Monday Mr C L Carter of Lincoln county visited relatives in this county last week Geo H Gowdy Campbellsville made his regular trip to Columbia the firstof the month Mrs A F Wilson who lives a few miles out of town is visiting relatives- in Pulaski county Misses May and Ellen Epperson left for Louisville Monday and will be in the city several days W D Jones Editor of the Spectator returned from his Western tour last Wednesday evening M L Grissom merchant of Bliss was seriously ill a few days of last l week He is now improving Mesdames Lizzie Blair Ella Pulliam and M iss Alta Pulliam paid the News a pleasant visit one day last week Miss Hattie Lewis of Columbia ac companied by Mr Leonard Goodman of Glasgow visited in Campbellsville last week N R Roach of Breeding left Mon day to visit in Texas Mr RQach will also keep an eye open for a location in that country Miss Edna Lewis who has been visit ing in Glasgow returned to her home last week accompanied by her cousin Mr L M Goodman President W K Azbill and Mr Paul Azbill who have been in Mercer and Boyle counties with the surveying par ty reached home last Saturday night Mr J A English of this place has just returned from Lincoln Boyle and Garrard counties where he had gone to look after the estate of the late Dr G A TraylorMr Irving came in from Camp Knox Friday He reported that the farmers in his locality were busy and that the rest of mankind were pursuing the even tenor of their way Mr Shelby Heart and wife of James town reached Columbia last Wednes day en route for Louisville Mr Hart is in very delicate health and his mis son to the city was to be treated J S Dunbar Geo H Parker T W Cardwell W V Echols and L C Carter members Of The Buck Island Fishing Club Nashville Tenn reach ed her last Friday enroute for Cum berland river on a fishing expedition Mr M G McCaffree of Dewitt Ill arrived here last week to spend ten or fifteen days visiting his mother broth ers and many friends He brought with him 8 ears of extra fine yellow corn which he gave to his brother James Mr Geo Staples who has been a great sufferer for two months a victim of inflammatory rheumatism is now able to be out though he is far from being a well man His brother Ed who is Hicted with the same disease is also improving Be sure that you register Col Edward Butler has the thanks of thisoffice for a lot of nIce apples Born to the wife of Edwin Hurt September 28tjh 1905 a daughter Large gathering of people are ex CirctlSwiltlie Born to the wifeofWH Wilson October 2nd 1905 a son mother and baby doing welL There will eDOre1ui i1 n usual at tbeJt jll circuit court s Wv Ss cof i rx if g s tf i f 4 1 Ef lif A much needed rain came last Sat urday morning Mrs Clint Beauchamp and daughter Leitchfield are visiting the family of Mr G A Bradshaw The crowd in town last Monday was small and there was but little business before the County Judge v For Rent A seven room dwelling on Jamestown street Apply to RAY CONOVER The new pike a distance of five miles from Elkhorn Taylor county to Wil sons creek will be completed this week The rain which fell here last Satur day was very much needed The ground is now in fine condition for sowing wheat The singing at Mt Gilead last Sun day was largely attended There was dinner on the ground an abundance for all Mr Ray Thomas and Miss Lula Lin ley of Camp Knox Green county were married at the Griffiin Springs last Wednesday IA sawmill which was located at Me this county was destroyed by fire lastFriday night The loss is es timated at about 600 for Sale My house and lot adjoining fair ground Good water V 3 t RobertHudson This Tuesday is registration days Let every voter resister A failure means that you can not cast your suffrage at the November election WANTED Ladies or gentlemen to act as agents 40 per cent of retail price paid For further information apply to Rose Price Columbia A new tin roof and new window sash now adorn the residence of Mrs Jo- RosenfieldThe improvements are val uable and add much to the appearance of the home Walker Morrison Co had electric lights put in their buildings last week They are ready for night runs and propose to meet every demand made for builders materiaL All who are indebted to this office are respectfully requested to call and make payment We have been very indulgent and trust that this notice will be heeded Geo R Coffey has accepted a posi tion with the Columbia Livery He is one of the best solicitors in the coun ty and he knows the traveling public through out the State McLean Bros are rising the ell of Mr J D Walkers residence near the bridge up to two stories It is a yalua ble improvement to the building and adds much to its appearance The Russell circuit court will meet at Jamestown the third Monday in this month reprasentative of the News vill be upon the square and will be glad tomeet all friends of the paper Trading in realty was reasonably live ly in Columbia during the months of August and September The sum total paid for property in Columbia and suburbs of the place amounted to 29285 Mrs Emma Baker who was the wife of Gillem Baker of Amandaville died one day last week She was a y ery es timable lady snd will be greatly missed by htr relatives and friends allof whom testify to her many excellent traits of character To Rent My dwelling ham and garden near Columbia It is a desirable pTcr House of 5 rooms and in good neighborhood Call on Mrs T J Kratzer t f Columbia The attention of the tobacco grow ers in this section is called to the ad of the Pickett House in this issue This is an independent house has no connection whatever with combines and gets better prices for tobacco than the houses who are ihthetrustMalk your hogsheads Pickett House Louis yule Ky The Clark circus was m town yester day and was the magnet that drew the largest crowd that Mavengo has seen in years The show is a clean up to date aggregation and they richly deserved the large audiences that greeted them teachperf rW1ceThestreetpa rade was a magnificent affair cpnsistr ing of almost raileof glittering wag ons open cages sleek well fed bore0 mounted by pretty wwnen and aj1iOIi of funny clown We extend a sincere invitation to Cot Clark to come agai- naoonMarengo md Obeerver set tembei1st iCr vA l y v liii S 7qjLr5 f ir 4f4 r e iW i i5 t4 11i fJ vif e Misbehavior in Church A comm n practice among the young men and young women of today is misbehavior in church And it is a most detestable habit too We say habit forit seems to be a habit with some of the young people and oftentimes those who are guilty of such conduct are of the best families and their parents have tried to bring them up in the right way but they have heeded not their parents training Very often young peple who would behave in church are thrown in company with an ill mannered crowd and they are led to misbehave on account of their surround ings If a young man or woman has a distaste for ill manners in church and really abhors such conduct they can behaye even if they are ina crowd of girls and boys that are misbehaving Misbehavior in church shows that those who are guilty of such conduct are ill bred ill mannered have no respect for their parents no respect for the f preacher or congregation and no respect for themselves Young people who cannot go to church without latigh ing and talking during the service had better stay at home for that is no place for such conduct When you misbehave in church you are sure to disturb some one who went there to hear the sermon and to receive some benefit therefrom Young ladies and gentlemen you should be careful how you conduct your selves in church for if you are guilty of misbehavior it shows there is some thing wrong somewhere and you should conceal your ignorance and illmanners as much as possible l F McL Marriage Prevented The following is taken from last Fridays Louisville Times Dressed in cream colored silk and carrying a coquet of brides ros s and incidentally a Fall jacket and facina tor Ethel Ruberts aged 17 was arrested as she left a Louisville and Nashville train at noon today together with her- m le escort Joseph Thomas with whom she left her borne this morning LieuItenantwas received at Acting Chief Ridgesj officeTrequesting treir promising a substantial reward if the young lady was apprehended before the ceremony was performed At Ridges office the couple told a ChiefI blighted hopes The young man waited on Ethel two years and father had never objected until herI proposed marriage a few weeks Since then he has forbidden the young elopeImentin charge by Polke Matron Haymon while the young man was given his freedom He declared he would stay here until his sweetheart left follow her home and try again In this plan the young woman readily acquiesed Thomas is a farmer and about twenty three years of age Miss Ruberts is the only daughter of Mr GWRub- erts who resides near Pellytpn Adair county Dr James E irant Br James E Grant of Louisville who is a nephew of Mr J F and Dr Jas Triplett of this place was mar ried in Louisville Wednesdjay of last week The following notice of the event is taken from the Louisville Her aidA very quiet and informal but very pretty wedding occurred in the parlors of the Rev Dr H G Ogden last even ing at 7 pclock The contracting par ties were Dr James E Grant and Miss Susan H Brashear Miss Brashear the beautiful and accomplished daugh ter of Mrs Elizabeth Brashear of this city is wellknown and much admired by a wide circle of friends Dr Grant one of Louisvilles most promising young professional men was recently graduated from the Louisville College of Dentistry and enjoys already a large practice The happy couple left test night for a bridal tour in the East and will on their reutrn be at home at 431 West Chestnut Street- Politeness Politeness is a quality in which most of the American young men as a class admits of improvement Where is there a boy who is polite alike to par ents teachers associates strangers in a word to every one It is not necessary to have fine cloth es or fine education pr fine words to be a gentleman The only requisite is summed up in the pne word Polite n ss Some one has said that good lJitWnatpoliShi than polish It also indicates good Breeding Thereal kind comes from tile heart Practice It young men in Of1YoUtexiltenc Ask yourselves and r nember re arjustwhatwemak othe1vss r j J oi r iffi t t1 r w rliWtflill 1 1 ti tl Public Sa1eof Valuable Stock Near Lebanon Ky Wednesday October 11th 19051 o On Wednesday October 11th 1905 one mile west of Lebanon on the Campbellsville Pike John B Wathan Jr will sell at Public Qut Cry THE GREATEST COLLECTION OF j HIGH BRED TROTTIi9HORSES BROOD MARES SADDLE STOCK CATTLE and WORK riULES 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 Troters CHESTER DARE JR the Great Show Horse and others whose Breeding is Giltedge The horses embrace Weanlings Two Three and Four years old Good Brood Mares in foal to Norman W Cabells Lexr ington the sire of High Priced Combined Horses will be sold ToaelVe months Time with interest and approved security Attend this sale if you want a Good Horse Mule Cattle or Farming Utensils Write for Catalogue John B Wathan Jr lJebanonKentueky Music Department of M F High 6lioo1V IN CHARGE OF m r M G FREDRIG OHLENMftGHER 1 SEVEN YEARS STUDY WITH NOTED GER i MAN TEACHERS INCLUDING ERNST VON SCHLECTENDALL RAPHAIEL KHOESTER AND DR AUGUST SCHEMVfELL OF THE ROYAL CONSERVATORY AND THE LEIPZIG CONSER iiVSVATORY ALSO A PUPIL OF H EUGENE PARSONS KNOXVILLE TENN AND ROBERT S WALL THE NOTED NEW YORK TEACLERV 1AND CONCERT PIANIST j Mies 0 Mailed at Ciiicittaatti Cons rvltory of Mnsic I Bourse ol Piano InsMGtion ViWILL INCLUDE FOR THE HnncitUtrt Srairs A thorough foundation in technicVstudies and sonatinas selected from Czerny LoeschhornVClementi and others as well as easy pieces by our bestVcomposers HhttrrmrMatc Unursr continues the study of TechnicVPreludes Fugues and Inventions by Bach Etudes by Czer Heller Cramer Harberbier and others Sonatas andVV1pieces by classical and modern compQsers VfIi Afomttrrlk pupils will continue the study of Technic inV VTall its forms Studies include Bach Chopin Germer and and Lizt More difficult sonatas concertos and pieces by j Beethoven Schumann Mendelssohn Chopin Grlet PadVerewski Mozart Uzt Rubenstein an1 all other classical composers aVVSV 4 JJ Nello J Campbell formerly city editor of the Philadelphia Pa Times at present contractingsgent of Col rL Clarks combined shows spent a few moments with us Friday last Mr Campbell was formerly employed in the same capacity with such circuses as John Robinsons the Great Wallace shows Walter L Main Campbell Bros shows etc and he assures us that he brings to Columbia this season one of the finest equipped circuses he lias ever handled Mr Campbel carries with nsixbil1 posting wagons and a corps ojt the most gentlemanly bill manipulators we lae ever met and thej decorated the hams anti dead walls of the town and country fcr miles around with big flaming posters that transported tHe small boy into the realm of mystery and wonder and made the old citizen stop and think of whenhecreptstsIthllyiront iithe country te get JSMt glimpr of tb elf taDdeecort1ih 1 elf ameCIIrkeithi into tdwn Tlw Kow wiil W in C urabia n xt FrW f ti fetiv V fir r t f 1 Notice All persons or firms indebted to the firm of C F Dunbar Co Grocery men Columbia Ky will please call at tandThe firm has gone out of business and 7 has placed its books and accounts inf our hands for settlement and we re T quest that you come in at once and do so without further notice Respt Oct 2nd 1905 L C Winfrey 4 tv Jii c rorsaleS i VrfIdespublic square on water street Jt is a ifvery desirable home and in good regairj 1 There is an electric light I in forty yardsl taof the front door All the necessary y f outbuildings are as good as new and uponthe premises is an excellent well t 11rfj of water and and a spring and spring i 7 fgainjT- colebwxY 9r 0 0 i3tc 4 4 j 71 6 1f i1I y tji ji i 1 tdS- ffl sT j2i I t r 4 L S j q tk zr p tHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Oct 4 1905 iIEMLER Pres C W COLE Mangr THEO REGTANTJS TPres I 3 I New Farmers Home Hotel PYNE PREST FRED TREAS AND Builders Flour Grist Cement and Rock Crushers REPAIRS ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED CATALOGUE PRCES 40Q422 E MARKET ST Above Preston LOUISVILtB KYi r+ Jest Jqutpt lOO pet a2- telln tbThIttcb states TREETCAR FACILITIES TO ALL PARTS OF CITY W T W HARDWICK SECTY4 T W I pyNE MILL and SUPPLY GO I ESTABLISHED 1861INCORPORATED 1889 MILLWRIGHTS MACHINISTS of Mills- Distilleries OF To 1 Jobbing Work Solicited New and SecondHand MACHINERY Iron and Tank Work No 1301HIRTEENf a nd MAIN STS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Direct Your Thoughts to Os FOR YOUR SP IfiG cARPETS R1iGS LINOLEUMS n INGS AND DRAPERIES HUBBUCH BROS 524526528 W Market St LOU I SV I L LEKY DEHLER BROTHERS 116 East Market Street LOUISVILLE KENTVciKY Carry all Heights in Stock 5E1O FCIt AND S Sheet 4 DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Furniture Chairs and Mateses A No 527 WEST MAIN STREET jBet Fifth and Sixth Streets LIJflIV1iLe f illto t HOTJELX1 f5lfNo better place can be found than at the above named h tel1 3 0is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times suppliedwith the best the market affords FeedStable in connection r JB PATTERSON r7fjk UTICA MME COMPANY 4P Er INCORPORATED L ill Jt WHOLESALE DEALERS IN r 7 t t v Tlime FireBrIck Louisville Cement The Famous Black i j r 2 y t r C biamond or other brands Fire Clay Portland G0menjb v f t S y Standard Brands American and Imported t S ir Pip0 i 1I4 d Plaster Paris Plastering Hair Etc J t Emquiriesf or pricee invited Orders Promptly Fil- kdlOltoiBiiE iriaFo M TreasLt J r W pr i21 8tMiD8tteete r i ctV ti 3 r iit = fj I L0I11SVI rftgY1 rt F Jjit1it 44r JI ZG Y p 4 7 i l Lj-t w tI f f1 At4i 1if rl1 f t l 4n t i r r i 8t2 1i iEe 1 i 4 Y Vs Use Your Brains Meet your problems with an effort of the mind Meetyour difficulties your sorrows your disappointments with an effort of the will which is a struggle of the brain Devote your energies to maintaining mental alertness Remember that brain inside your skull contains all your hope for the future all your possibil ities of usefulness as well as pleasure since there alone sensation and real ac tivity exist Wise reading is important for ding feeds the brain But earnest con centrated thinking is infinitely more important since thinking exercises the brain And as exercise and the quality of exercise are even more important to ourbodies than food so thinking and exercise of the brains faculties arein finitely more than reading Use pour brains to succeed an above all use your brains to coun teract the depressing discouraging effects of failure Remember that if you dOas well asWyou can you have done all that you oughtto do Do not worry about the superior achievments of others You have no cause for worry unless your life is to bring you up to your highest possible degree of mental development Massachusetts Ploughman CouSelfOrganiz d d 50crenessfuloperation in many of the schools of New York Philadelphia and other localities It ought to be introduced everywhere for it has solved the prob lem of municipal politics arid has vindicated the wisdom of representative government irrespective of sex Like the system of juvenile courts asa substitute for ordinary police super vision it has proved its superior effi ciency and has come to stay The first trial of the new system was made in a disorderly school of moreI than 2000 pupils in one ofthe suburbs of New YorkAdThe whole dicipline of the school was placed in the hands of the children themselves They elect a mayor and council The teaches are at the meeting of the council and retain ultimate au thority but rarely exercise it For merly the constant presence of police men was required on the playgrounds Withna week with the right andre sponsibility of governing themselves the school became orderly and law abiding In these minature republics of boys and girls governing themselves and each other by universal sufferage holding 1of their own courts making and enforcing their own laws no special leg islative or private interest has any chance There is no graft no boodle no collusion between their police and wrongdoers President Roosevelt has commended the teaching of civics by this admirable plan Many eminent epucatbra give it their enthuastic approval But if chiI h3yethusgovernment how long will it be be re the same principle will be applied all citizens men and women with similar beneficent res ltsHenry B B frlackwUe Many a cow with fair results could be made to dtwe double ifslie enhefood to work up into milk the machine maybe all right but the material all wrohg We must have both to Jiave success She must of necessity co npsume large quantities of nutritious food if she gives a large and paying amount of milk She cannot consume dry feed enough and digest it to work her milk iproductiye powerto full capacity wifti io ruts Made a Hit Whenri W Baldelli the isagei of Mpnticeilb first prescribed his IDetremedy for indigestio constipation and biliousness ifcw icnown as1 DrT CaldweU llaxative yj Pepsin its success WS BO rajvlhat It made air in Wit t Since thea itIiabErerthe i aled to ucceu ei Try it c ftiJtft I r 244k rL 4c r x r T if fWf f Pain Causes Loss of Flesh At Wisconsin convention a cattle fee dar said You must keep a steer comfortable One time Ihadmy steers weighed in and one had ganed only ten pounds during themonth while the others had gained from 50 to 60 pounds each I thought of course my boys who weighed them had made a mistake The second month that steer gained on ly 15 pounds while the others had gain ed 80 pounds I examined that steer and I found he stood where the floor had worn down and that he stood on his toes and his legs had become sore He had been in pain all the time I took him out of that place and put him inabox stall and he gained ninety pounds a month for the next three months At another time I let the steers out for water and they ran hard and one steer hit and cracked his hornI He gainedonly fiften pounds the next month The rest gained eighty pounds each Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians said that IM Smithart of Pekin Ia had in ishe for cur IConsumption kept him out of his grave He This great specific completely me and saved my life Since saysI have used it for over ten years consider at a marvelous tqroat and cure Strictly scientific cure for 1prevntive When Dewey Cried The following story is told ofAdmi ral Dewey by one of tlje sailors on the Raleigh and printed by the Kan sas City Journal Just before the bat tle of Manilla when the order was given to strip for action the smallest powder boy on the flagship dropped his coat overboard He asked permission to jump after it but was refused He went to the side of the ship dropped overboard recovered his coat and was omptly arrested for disobedience miral Dewey spoke kindly to the youngster who broke down and said that the coat contained his mothers picture which he had just kissed and he could not bear to see it lost Dew eys eyes filled with tears He fairly embraced the boy and ordered him released saying Boys who love their mothers enough to risk their lives for their pictures can not bekept in irons in this fleet for Sale My farm on Pettys Fork five miles South of Columbia containing 265 acres bottom land good building plenty water and timber The farm is ina good stateof cultivation JR Johnson 100 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Sub scribers to the weekly CourierJournal 0The 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 om 100 20 amounting to 600 in all Therewill be four general presents of 100 50 30 and20 and sixteen pres ts of 30 and 2oto be given in the UI tea of KenttickyTennessee Indiana Texas Mississipp Missouri Virginia arid Alabama The plan is fair and sim pIe Write to the CurierJournalCom any Louisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly Counirjourna1 giving full de fails Itwill be sentfree Insure in The Farmers Home Insur tqhI makes any claim of paying their losses infull i IS L BzAu Agt = 4 Darcde irJliPel Yften ends in a sad accident lfealacidentl injunituse Buclrk sAri1 Ca lve i womd in ny foot horn an cciditnitei Theod re hueleoLSCO1nn11Uj 0ced me ret pain hss-ut Bhes4rpaca Sa1v quickly esled it Sooth and hls burns aUs drt litrair t K aftf r 4jt k r I W D KINGCR V2lltRNHe WITH oss C0211tPRN- VI 1 INCORPORATED I IMPORTERS AND JOBERS OF DRY GOODS f DRESS GOODS rQ LADIES AND v MENSI v CLOAKS 631633 YKNEW I Merchants who may want to see Mr L King will call the Exchange Columbia X KyJ iINSURE IN THE INSURANCE CompanyIts thelowestIt earns and pays the largest annual dividends eLOWEST 1 For further informationI APPLY TOOr W L SMITH J E jColumbiaS sXg The Louisville Trust CU mpetnYSouthwest Market Corner U Organized uuder ofeverykindbusinessAdministratorposition It impartial assets its cor porate its greatfinancial Enterprise Hotel CHAS F CANS BRO Props 234 tQ 242 Market Street Bet Floyd Preston LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY RATESl PER DAY Specia4ates J j XXSSo I DQYouWantaH L I ri sowe can furnish you oueany kind you want We have for sale a great variety of farms dwelling houses business houses and business propositions IDO YOU WANT A FARM forwhatIGomjanyLEBANON 1 DD JAMES MENZIES t iT RSIDENOEPHONE OFFICE 3- 5GpIumbia1 iBtt c1F i PSTE0PTY- Qsutat1on f i i i and ppn atrrlJis nJ t t 0 4 I i iljUirt1 1 ff c2it jt f rk J i 1 3 t Eo 1 f t I r YC JC tf t jc f T i t iSJJ19T I t 4 t TTTI Jk4 JJ i s jp 2 r r ib4I4J 1 j i iIr J1 J 1t f r T141 f 1 i THE ABAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY Oct 4 1905 H Opportunities in California The trade in the Orient is opening up Our exports to Japan and China multiplied h c Iduring the last year v r 2 fe I There will soon be a tremendous increase in the trade ofjhe Pacific Coast cities with the Far East X v Big opportunities for the man who lives there t Why not lookxthefield over IOnly 62 50 Chicago to San Francisco or Loi and return May i 2 3 9io ii 2i 13 tI90 Rate for a double berth in a comfortable tourist sleeper from Chicago to SaIL Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara and many other points in California only 7 Through train service from Union Passenger Station Chicago via the L Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line This is the route of The Overland Limited leaving Union Passenger Station Chicago 605 p m and The California Express at 1025 p m The California Express carries tourist j sleeping cars to California every day Both trains carry through standard sleepers Completc n formation sent free on receipt of coupon with blank Iii V7 S HOWELL Genl Eastern Agent 381 Broadway I I I NEV YORK CITY I or F4 A MILLER General Passenger Agent CHICAGOS Streetaddress w r rr A t the common every day but something Pri tingNot distinctive the kind that will attract the 5 sell your goods The kind you have been looking forS bright1 The News Coltinabia n The CourierJournalDURING THERE WILL BE MANY ATTRACTIVE DE PARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPERMAIL RATES Daily GourierJournal I uearCo 6 r Daily and Sunday uear 8 l year uI COMPANYtBy a Special Arrangement you can get the AEjfeSg COUNTY flEWS An Eight Page Local Paper AND THE WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL- both one rfor only 15QThis is for cash only combma1tJono1fer ThId Co News1 t ilr t itt 2 4 i Y5 P1 ft 3 i i LL f 2 Name 4 iJ H City State- Probable destinatioI CtLIFDRNIAS sort n Weekly DELICIOUS REFRESHING Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it im parts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c t JOHN EUBANK BLACKSMITH ANI- WOODWORK IAN CANE VALLEY KENTUCKYH- orse shoeing and Buggy repairing specialities Give him a call Satisfaction guaranteed Stone Stone AttorneysAtLaw JAMESTOWN KENTUCKY Will practice in the courts in this and adjoining counties 0Special attention given collections WIIrMORR mmElrstslass Titible Gobcl Sample Rooms Feed Stable Lteaonab1e Rates w M WILMOREPNj Ordpl11e K it1l lC j fI i i t Y o c dJ z p t l j rlt JAMES TRIPLETT DENTIST cOLUMBIAKENTUCKYIEir I am prepared to fix Pumps Tinwork Woodwork and all kinds of repairing specialty Horseshoefng andJBlacksmithing I am prepared to do your buggy repairing on short notice LOCATION WATER STREET WADIHIUBAN S Your neighbor is pleased with th set of ombstones or monument we sold them Give usypur order and we wilt please you too Our prices are lowest You get ftrstclass work and matenal Write us a carl and we ili call ana show you our line of esigns sndsath pies of marbleina granite 6oAKi SniMs BRos CaiTipbel1iville Ky r i oF1rf ip ito i tj F 1fiS At i 4t t ft t j Prom Oklahoma r Foss Sept i8195 EDITOR NEWSSr promised to write a letter to the News telling the people of Old Kentucky about Oklahoma I landed here Friday Septem ber 6th and am proud of the looks of the country but crops are short this year The people are as sociable as I ever met meet friends on every side and welI well but the water is bad The flint rock connot be found here Land is worth from 2000 to 5000 a quarter section =160 acres Watermelons grow here verybargehave weighed 50or 60 pounds The soil here runs from 10 to 15 feet deep There is timber on the streams and while on the praries you can see for miles The Washta river is a small str rm about the size of Russells creek but fish are caught out of it weighing 80 pounds Ducks amftOldover l well The wind has been high since myarrival and there has been one nice rain putting the ground in fineshapfor sowing wheat in full blastSJ F MEDARIS The Dream of Social Equality The Western Negro Press Association in convention assembled passedisidered the settled policy of the white people of the Southern States to abridge the rights of the colored people and thereby i nullify the Fifteenth Amendment ia memorial shall be presented to the President and to Congress opposing Statehood for the Indi an Territory and Oklahoma un less an absolute guarantee shall j be given that no separate coach laws separate school laws and- other laws discriminating be passedIin the South goes North and associates on terms of equality vith moreJof his own homepeople than to stick his head in the fire It js idle to deny that the dream of the negros soul is social equal ity with the white man The highest aspiration of any inferi or race has always been will al ways be equality with the superior race 4 State Democratic Campaign headquarters has been establish LouisvilleIand Percy Haly Sec Thorough organization and thoroughwork is the word that should be passed all along the line Obstruction ists destructionistsiconoclasts soreheads and the supremely selfish who happen tobe in positions of influence and leadership will not be allowed to pursue their course of injury to the party unnoticed and unrebuked But for these the progress of Kentucky to the forefront under democratic regime and under the competent and successful management of the peoples administration Intern z1fyei71 pee J lil Mysterydeepens astq w tso many nsuchIwhen t1i ycotilsQ eaSily get rH of every one oftIierrtro ublei by a fw doa s of pjC1aW1an s laxative Syr- upPepsin Have you tried 1tl Ifnbt do sotoday goldbyJ Page ef- ColumbilL andRLB wilsoniof Cane Valley t5Ocand 100 Money ba k J i 1iti Itr4 l 7 Nir tf t4 i tf t 0 1 i st r S i Beautiful Country Homes Ever since Mother Eve sat out side the gates of Eden weeping over lost paradise womans heart has yearned for things beautiful Bereft of them there is a void in her heart nothing else can fill Of all women the farmers wife and daughters most need attractive surroundings They are so isolated from all social ad vantages that they are almost en tirely dependent upon the inani mate objects around them for companionship There is nothing in the inanimate kingdom more companionable t h a n flowers Lovely flowers They have a language all their own to increase our joys or sooth o u r sorrows We strew them in the pathway of the happy young bride We place them tenderly above the bier of the dead Then why not strew them along lifes rugged way between the altar and the tombIf each rual home had its pret ty lawn and bright flowers the earth would be greatly enhanced Every one coming within its ra dius would be benefited neigh bors visitors and friends Even the weary traveler along the dus ty highway would be cheered and refreshed by an occasional glimpse of beauty The weary housewife as steps out on the piazza sheI breath of fresh air would forget the heat of the kitchen or steam of the washtub under their soothing influence The young girls having some thing pleasant to occupy their time and attention would be less prone to leavtheir sweet country injthewould enjoy their beauty and fragrance vith the women I do not wish to convey the idea that flowers alone create happiness they are only one means by which is promoted to a higher degree Cor Practical Farmer Clover Aids Corn Crops It is common experience that clover in the rotation markedly benefits the corn crop following It is quite commonly supposed that this benefit is due tonitroi gen obtained from the air by the clover The results which have been obtained indicate that on our ordinary soil this accumula tion of nitrogen is not the primary factor in increasing the subsequent corn yield It is well known that the growing of clover improves the physical proper ties of the soil puts the soil in better tilth so that it is pulver ised better and does not run to gether so badly In many soils the clover also acts beneficially increasing the porousity of the subsoil because of its extensive and deep rooting system and thus improves the natural drain age All of this Is physical improvement Valuable Home for Sale I wjll sell my house and lot at a bar gain Itisone of the best dwellings in the town a two tory frame eight rooms with porches plenty of goodwa ter fresh and sulphur and the lot con tains 2J acres with plenty of fruit The location is all that any one could desire GW ROBERTSON a When heavy rains come up suddnlyit often happens that small chicks are over taken and completely drenched They are not drowned as is sometimes supposed but chilled and if they are placedTiear a stove ralpedl inw afm flannel and to dry they wntrevfv Achich Jhattjs to alt apparance dead may bs restored by warmth Even j1 th middle of Summr chicks are iiil t1 il1 ii Ifll Iti I Kentucky News Horse thieves in Bath county 0 v Princeton to have a horse show g Henderson fair September 2630 iSturgis has an athletic association Campbellsburg fair September 2930 Boyle county trees damaged b ia new insect Morganfield wants the next MetII odsit Conference The Western Hotel at Madison opened for patronage Mailroute between Brooksville and Milford discontinued Carelessness in tobacco firing is burn ling many tobacco barns IOdd Fellows had a picnic at Sulphur Springs last Wednesday Woodford county Tobacco crop said to be the worst raised for years The Princeton cornet band gives Fri day evening open air concerts Cynthiana Log Cabin will issue an il lustrated souvenir edition October 1 Three thousand dollars offered for a team of highclass roadsters at Glas gow Kentucky tobacco crop below an av erage for five years according to Ken tucky Citizen Sturgis school board on a trip looking for architectural designs with a view of building Barbecue at Uniontown fair grounds last Saturday for the benefit of the St Rose school building fundSThree hundred school children march ed through Princeton streets to show the increased school attendance Capt T J Sneed of Uniontown has asked citizens to let him assume the august positon of Police Judge The Spencer Courier says burning charcoal or coke in tobacco barns will stop house burn r in tobacco Trimble Democrat proposes to standl expense for five highclass entertain ments for Bedford if 100 worths cff tickets are taken JX Sheriff Wylie Jones ofGaldwelicpun ty has issued a notice that he sJmak ing no bluff and means business jandi will collect taxes due or know MeV- reason why Her Reply A lady received the following reply from a neighbor In answer to the question why she allowed her children and husband to litter up every room in the house and the sentiment will find lodgement in the heart of every homeloving person in the land The marks of the little muddy feet upon the clean floor can be easier removed than the stain when these little feet go toIevil The prints of the little fingers ont the window pane cannot shut out the sunshine half so well as the shadows- that darken the mothers heart over theIC ming years And if my John finds his home a refuge from care and trouble and his greatest happiness within itso theffloor every day in the week And if I can stand it and he enjoys it I can not see that it is any body elses business f 5 Family Skeleton Many a persons family skeleton is g state of weak digestive organs inher itedfrom careless ancestors The skel eton can be laid to rest by Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin Better do so at once otherwise it will dog you daily and keep you in constant misery and in danger from worse com plications Syrup Pepsin is a specific for indigestion constipation headache and biliousness Try it Sold by J N Page of Columbia and R B Wilson of Cane Valley at 50e and 1 00 Mbn y back if it fails i J NOTICE LVWorka11kin1s of Buggy Carriage and Wagon Repairing W eare also prepared to apply all kinds of new k RUBBER TIRE fWek paS of the best material and re pairs Work done at our shcp is guaranteed ia workmanship and prices Shop located on depot jtree tneacMain Give us a call CLARK PARSON CUivUl Ky Mar30 17 If scrub chicks are good pure kedsaremuch better and the ii 1 uniform color and appearance ise F ftenquitea factor iJl selling A Jt+S riJ 1j 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 41905 4I 4 4I i CORRESPONDENCE I ADAIR AND ADJOINING COUNTIES i 4I GRADYVILLE i+ 4444i We had a good rain last Satur day L Goodman of Glasgow passed through here Tuesday en route for Columbia New sorghum on the market and a good quality Wheat sowing is giving our farmers imployment- Mr and Mrs Jo Yates visited relatives at Edmonton last Sat urday Dr S D Crenshaw of Colum bia spent last Thursday looking after horses here Mrs Geo H Nell spent a few days with her brother W C Yates at Portland last weeko Remember the singing at Union on the third Sunday Sam Mitchell will furnish jersey beef and goat meat for the singing Flowers Bros of Bliss bought several nice calves at this place at prices from 12 to 15tJ A Diddle has bought 30p headof cattle at prices from to 2i cents per pound Judge T A Murrell of Colum bia spent a day or so of last week at this place looking after insurance A little child of Dock Roupes died last Wednesday with a com plication of diseases Mrs W L Grady returned from Indiana one day last week where she had spent several weeks with her brothers Messrs Walkup j Yates spent a few days in Metcalfe county last week loojtfng after the Tombstone business The guest of the Wilmore Ho tel were highly entertained one night last week with thepresence of Eld Z T Williams and wife of Montpelier Our old friend J M Wilsont started last Monday for Star State where he will spend several weeks visiting his rela tives Mesdames Hill Robertson are receiving a nice stock of Millinery goods this week I Quite a number of our people attended preaching at Hebron last SundaytMr Charles Browning of Bliss passed through here one day last veek enroute for Metcalfe count ty Dr U L Taylor and wife of Columbia were the guest of Dr and Mrs S A Taylor of our city one day last week We are glad to note that the children of Mr and Mrs J J Hunter who have been confined with fever are improving at this timej Mr Charles Sparkes the well known merchant of Weed was in our midst one day last week and reported business good in his town Miss Irene Yates who is teach ing a very interesting school at Picketts Chapel spent Saturday night and Sunday at home C S Bell bought a nice bunch of cattle from Jesse Breeding last week at2iand 3 cts per Ib J A Diddle soldJHKin r tiairdofRedLick4Oheadsto1 ewes at 2 50 per head J Mrs H4 A W IJterofCoIUr bia was visiting her sister Hrsc r H 3W 7 7 i L C Hipdman last Thursday Mrs JF Pendleton who has been visiting relatives at Sulphur Well for weeks returned home the first of the week Mrs Thos Yates of Edmonton has been at the bedside of her sick daughter Mrs Lum Hill for several days W C Yates one of the upto date farmers as well as business men of Portland was here last Wednesday Peter Luney one of our best farmers will sell all of his pos session in this section on the 5th of October and will start for the Lone Star State in a few days to make that his future home Fred Robertson the popular Liveryman of Columbia w as here last Thursday We would say to MrEd Staples f Columbia if he has to make another trip in this section on the same mission as the lasttrip was he had better bring along an ex tra pai orf canes The oil people that have been opperating near this place reached a depht of 1600 feetlast and no favorable indica ion for oil We trust the com any will have the well drilled deeper while the machinery is here and give the location a fair testBy mutual consent Messrs Flowers Diddle who have been in the Mill business together for- man years have disolved partner ship Mr Diddle buying Mr Flowers interest The consider ation is not known The old firm thank the community arid county at large for the liberal patronage given them in the past Mr Diddle will continue in the busi ness and solicits a continuation oflthe patronage Misses Ora and Maggie Smith two popular young ladies of Har rodsburg is spending a few days with their relative in this com munity at this timeiMr J D Walker sold last this1towno his son J W Walker of Jop pa for the consideration of 2500 This deal rounds Jim Willie up with one of the best homes in this section of the coun ty We congratulate him on be ing so fortunate in making this deal and we are certainly glad e to have him and his esteamable wife with us again The only we regret is that we have not got a good place for Mr C S Walkup and family who oc cupies the property at this time t6locate GOFFER J A Hamilton Edmonton was here Tuesday t S L Kinnaird Red Lick w shereI Wednesday on business Jo Leonard representing Warren Neilly Co called on our merchant and sold a nice bill of goods James Firquin Sparksyille passed through here recently enroute for Good Luck to attend the meeting cOn- ducted by an Indian MO Scott and Ed Bybee were shaking hands with their friends Wed nesday Lewis Pedigo and wife and two preachers passed through going to Har rods Pork to meeting Uncle Lewis is one of Metcalfe best Democrats Wes England arid hands are doing some good blasting Wes knows his business when itcome to blasting 12 SmithTeceived a bad cut on his band while working Jtt the stave woods J W ReceanaJmes Barnes were here recently looking fora good brood mare Meedames Martha and Sallie Reece are visiting near Breeding 1 HIM Sarah Iudge Breeitin-ghers r iziI f 4 + Jyo O l Sr El ffffEEEifj EEif Ef fIEifE BLISS i E f EiEifEE iiEE Bob Dohoney is getting along nicely with his school here Geo W Flowers who passed the Summer months in Western Kentucky stopped over here last week on his way to Columbia Miss Susan Grissom returned Wednesday fr9m a visit to Mesdames Emily Burton and Sam Allen on Petits Fork Mrs Simpson of Breeding vis ited her sister Mrs Jas W Pat terson several days last week Rodgers Baker of Grady ville sank a well at Jake Millers lately striking a copious flow of good water at the depth of tweil ty three feet Stock dealers have been busy buying and shipping stock of all kinds and as a result it is put ting a handsome revenue into theI pockets of deserving farmers Smith Nell hustling traders of Gradyville purchased of WI T Grissom four nice heigers weighing 3 1 00 pounds at 2i cents four hogs of M k Gris som Co averaging 185 pounds at 436 per cwt J G Thomas of Pollard Chap el neighborhood w a s shaking hands with friends here Sunday week Possums and sweet potatoes are mighty ripe and a delicious dish too Mrs Mattie Vance who with her three children have been liv ing with her parents Mr and Mrs M J Murrell has removed to her new home near the M F High School Columbia Elder A L Oder is holding a series of meetings at Hebron For some time there has been no services at that place of worship but it is hoped however that from now on there will be regu ar services which may p r o y e much good to the cOmm llity Last Sunday was ideal Everybody seemed to be on the go and so was B F Grissom who made pleasant trip to Crocus on a vis t to the family of Bryant Miller Joe Thompsom one of MillI owns wideawake young farm ers has rented the farm of M J Murrell for the ensuing year We understand that Mr Mnrrell will move to C01umbiaI The weather has been ideal for a good while since It has greatly been to the advantage of farm rs advantage in cutting and housing tobacco saving corn fod del sowing oat s preparing wheat ground etc in an apple pie order Mrs W H C Sandidge and AVO children Will and Trannie spent last week in Hart county HR Thurmond bought of Smith Nell eight 800 pound steers at 3Jcents Mrs Kate Hughes of Colum bia visited at S K Hughes this week t f M L Grissom has been a very sick man since the first of the week and is no better at t h is writing Mrs Rachel and Miss Emily Grissom of Columbia were at the bedside of Lee GrissomThurs day and Friday- S Di Caldwell wife and daughter Miss Mollie of Portland vis ited the family Sam Allen on Petits Fork last Friday to Sunday C I rightful Siiffi Relieved Suffering frightfully from this virulent poisons bfc iindigeated food Gl G qiL tolLula Miss took Ir Kings New LifePills Witk the nt sulne writes S that I was cured A11 macli and oow U disotders ga e way to their tonic lax tiveproperti 25catT iIcL 4 il drug diiH riF cZ Jt d s s I HATCHJBK I i 444444 R E Young Co of Cville bought the stock of goods of Bod kins Son Mannsville th i s week JL Turner who has been in business their for years will have the management of the new firm Frank Weatherford who has been nvbusiness three years at Mannsville made an assignment this week The liabilities and as sets are not known He has en joyed a good trade in the mean time Three mercantile firms have made assignments in this county this year and several others are in financial straits if some of the traveling men would exercise better Judgment wholesale men would not bear so many losses Drummers very often lose sight of a merchants ability to meet obligationsScott sold his farm on Meadow c re e k to Fulton Campbell for 2250 Rev CM Churpley is conducting a series of meetings at the Presbyterian church Cville He has been enaged in religious work at Bethel and Cville for one month He is meeting with good succes arid has the popular ap proval of all denominations Mrs J W Keplec who has been sick for several weeks with typhoid fever is convalescing Presbytery convened at Shiloh Saturday Sep 30 Sam Reed who has been in Oklahoma for several months looking for a home has returned and wants to buy here Mr Reed is one of our best citizens A public sale realty and person al property of J E Durham was held Thursday The personal property sold readily at good prices The farm went to Tony Buchanon for 4000 GA Buchanon bought a team of mules at the saleof J E Dur ham for 275 J W and F P Turner bought seven yearling steers from J M- Smootat2cents A larger acreage of wheat will be sown tHis fall than usual The farmers are spending thousands- of dollars for commercial fertilizers Itisdoubtfulif the return justify such expenditure Negroes who went West and to Indiana to labor are returning to be at the polls to help the dear Republican party to which they are so loyal They are being spotted E P Peterson our n xtschool superintendent will move to C ville this week He hasnt any opposition in the race Ossie Wilson arid Lewis Mar cum are doing carpenters work at St Katherine Academy Spring field There is work for them here more arid better there Robert Atchley has bought a farm near Russell Springs and will move to it some time in No vember Guy Chandler sold his cigar factory to Hermon Shively this w ekMrShively iS- a enter prising young man and snccessis- predictedforhim r RH Turner is having a line ipsf timber placed at Hatches for a new storeroom He will also ppen up a produce house WVH Efobbs q Is building anew dwelling and eY ral others will go up fall tD S Wade bought three Po landChina pigs at the State Fait fpfr 154aMh He aro bought 22 bushels ofwheatat 150 per Bushel Mr Wade is one who is continually experimenting 0th cr farmers ought to t c cy HOME PHONE 3189 CUMBERLANDPHONE3454At James Greene l FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS MATTINGS STOVES RANGESr425 to 429 EAST MARKET ST Bacons Old Store JLOCISVLLUS KY I W 21lsticl N 1 Buggies Phaetons iiimiiurreySS 1 7i WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG KY Hasacontract 500 Vehicles during the to selL balance qf II the season and will sell at prices E lower than ever heard of for cash ic Expects to receive a carload al F fE most every week until all are d 1Sa fE posed of Come and see us 7i V 7i rl V 15 Nitro The greatest agricultural discovery I r Culture in a thousand years Will grow S I alfalfa on almost any soil Write for catalog 7idfull InlOrmat Ionr7c 7i WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG KY I AII 71cV7i i ic IIt 7im iGZS i III t fI pr 7i HardwareHardware A full and complete line of Hardware both floor and shelf goods Everything in this line used in this section WE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF SHDDLJBS 71ND HKRNESS And all Leather Goods of this order If you need a WAGON or BUGGY You can get it on short notice We have a cellar full CALL WHEN IN REED OF Cooking Stove Heating Stove Pipe or anything in our line All kinds of yrFtH MING MftGHINeRY We have recently added a full line of PAINTS and OILS THE GREEN SEAL LIQUID PAINT have no superior Our line of I Guns and Ammunitions up to the demands CALlnfi I GOOD 1ST 1 Our Yellow Pine Doors are as good asf IAnybpdys v I ETTERT 1DoorsOur KORELOCK VENEERED BIRCH DOORS are the BEST that can be produced J iufacStock t I E L HUGHES CO I THE QUICK SHIPPERS f l SASH DOOR HEADQUARTERS 1 Iaijast Mair St LOUISVILLE KY ff u o f ao s4S 44 s e O fWHEN YOU WANTJOb Priutiu CALL THE NEWS J ij ij J j s 1 i Mj ff 1 t 1 = l A I + I tI ft r