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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 tit 7 c j p4 Fj 7r 1 irt t i w J bI fr- I t T c f ttal 4o11nttf t V 4 t v VOLUME 8 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER IS 1905 NUMBER 48 POST OFFICE DIRECTORY L M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days 730 a m to 850 p m COURT DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT Three sessions a yearThIH Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit JudgeH C Baker Commonwealths AttorneyA A Huddlerton SheriffF W Miller Circuit ClerkJ F Neat COUNTY COURT First Monday In each month JudgeT A Murrell County Attorneys Jas Garnett ClerkT R Stults JailerJ K P ConoverVAssessor J F Pelly SurveyorR T McCaffreeV School SuptW D JoneVCoronerC M RuasellV Cirr COURT Regular court second Monday In each month JudgeJas G EubankVAttorneyGordon Montgomery MarshaL W A Mye- rsCHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BUEKESVILLE STREETRev W C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool at 9 a m every Sab bath Prayermeetine every Wednesday night METHODIST BURKESVILLE STREETRev F E Lewis pastor Services first and third Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GREENSBURG STREET Rev J P Scruggs pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayermeeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CAMPBELLSVILTJ3 PtKEEtd A L Oder pastor Services second and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONICV COLUMBIA LODGE No 9GF and A M Reghlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery W M E G Atkins Secretary COLUBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month JAS GARNETT T L M T R STULTS RECOItDERV COLUMBIA CHAPTER R A M No 7 meets Friday night after full moon T R Stults H P Horace Jeffries Secretary p fHotel Restaurant W N Brlnton So- nProprietorSj jUneiaUlI Era Day efit- j VCOMFORTABLE RooMsV tj The trade of Adair and adjoiLing couuties solicited LEBANON ENTUCKY mmm- Obituary Just as the king of day was sinking to its golden bed in the west on the evening of Sept m ber 28th 1905 many a tear of sorrow was shed by relatives and friends when the dark angel of death entered the home of Mr and Mrs Archie Wheeler and took from them little Mina the idol of their hearts Nina was two years and five days old and was a bright and winsome little t girl Whom every body loved and though the sun shinesaround the lonely little grave today the little form resting so sweetly there is not forgotten The bright an gels above are lisping praise to Him vho said Suffer little children to come unto me and a forbidthem not for of SUCh is iir the kingcion of Heaven And with her sweet baby hand is beckoning father and mother to come on and share with her the eternal joys of that bright world The little darling is not dead but lives with HimwnQsaidIam Ilesurrectiontalftd the Life 4 So live that ypu mafc meet your 3Msweet littieland with her sweet baby forriiiasped to your I boomVest1outeternit i IiATTIE qILfIN i jt 1 rIr 1 i litV rf li y i ir 3t l 1It l i s11 iMs1r5j Pm r P ttc t1an i ti11 kP ifil ii t F j i tijJ 4 S- jI PERSON L MENTION THE c0M13RS AND UOERSI I Mrs Geo Staples is in Louisville G R Miller is athome for afew days Prof Robt Dohoney was here Tues dayVJVIr S N Hancock is in Louisville this week Mrs Annie Thorp has been quite sick for severaldays Rev A BKasey and wife reached Columbia Saturday I VW R Lyon Campbellsville was in Columbia last Friday Geo F Stults was n Campbellsville al few days of last week Miss Annie Eubank returned from Louisville last Tuesday Mr T W Taylor Campbellsville was here a few days ago Miss Ella Cozatt of Perryville is the gaest of Mrs Robert Price Mr Wm Irvine of Camp Knox attended services here Sunday Miss Louvice Powers of Knoxville is visiting Mrs J P Scruggs Mr Matt F Hall Louisville has been spending a few days in Columbia- J T Gowdy and Jas Sapp Camp bitsville were here Friday looking for horses W S Knight Jamestown Deputy Collector Second district was in Col- umbIa Friday Miss Mary Price who has been visit ing in Lebanon returned home last Thursday night Rev S A McKay and wife are spending a few days with Mrs Mc Kays parents Mr Rodgers Beauchamp an attorney of Edmonton and Mr Jas Garman were here a few days ago Mrs Ernest McMillen who has been visiting Mrs A D Coy returned to her home at Lebanon Junction Monday Mr Shelby Hart and wife Jamestown stopped over a night with the family of Mr C H Murrell on their return from Louisville Mr rI Cravens met his wife and son Edwin who were returning from Middlesboro at Lebanon and ac companied them home Mrs J S Crandall and her two sons John and Lawrence who have been visiting relatives here for several weeks left Monday for Appalachicola Fla Mr Lee Taylor who is teaching school at Gradyville was in Columbia last Saturday He stated that his school was progressing rapidly about sixty pupils in attendance 9 4 4 LOCAL Mr W H Gill advertises a public sale of personal property October 28 1905VThe subject of Dr EL Pow els lecture will be The Citizenship of the Republic Mr Hobson he produce man has rented the property known as the Bap tist parsonage frcm Rev C R Payne and removed to it last week Mr and Mrs G A Atkins desire to return their sincere thanks to the many who so kindly administered in the sick ness and death of their child- Come t to the basket singing Sunday and bring plenty of dinner This is the first attempt to hold an all day singing and the people of Columbia should prej pare a bountiful feast Mr W A Myers announces his candidacy for City Marshall He is garte ful for past favors shown assures the people that he will coatinue to do his du ty to the best of his ability The law suit between the Home Tobacco Warehouse Louisville Ky PuT iandRobt Dohoney Deft this county which was on docket for trial in the chancery court in Louisville this week wag compromised last Saturday The Plaintiff paidth Defendent 100000 and aMumed i11i f l illVV 8 4 rtr jl X4 rJ t J V h jf W4 j fJr fv If r gf i 1 Z 7M It J tJ j Jtt J 7 1 1t 2t i W D onesis in Knoxville this weer Mr J N Coffey is in the Louisuille markets Mr Leonard Goodman has returned to GlasgowVMr M Wboten Sparksville is in Louisville Mr G C Christie Camp Knox was here Saturday J M Scott vas in JJamestown tlie first ofthe veek r j VV VVVMr arid Mrs Frank Sinclair are in Louisville this week Mr GV Robertson was in Jamestown the first day of court Matthew Taylor met a number IMl here last Saturday Mr Sam Lewis and sons Leon and Albin are in Louisville this week Misses Mollie Flowers and Clara Wil m re of Gradyville Were here last SatV urday Master Robt Coy accompanied Mrs McMillen and will attend school at Leb anon Junction IMiss Minnie Triplett who spent several weeks at Petoskey Mich returned home Tuesday evening Misses Dimple Conover and Bes Walker spent Saturday and Sunday at G W Flowers of Bliss Judge T A Murrell and Mr G Whit Flowers are attending the meeting of the Masons in Louivi11eV Mr J E Murrell of this office is in Louisville this week on business and to attend the meetings of Masons Hon J F Montgomery Messrs Rollin Hurt and F R Winfrey are at tending the Russell circuit court Miss Emma Thomas of near Mill town was the guest pf Miss Stella Conover from Friday until Monthly Messrs Z M and Frank Staples left this Tue gaY1JAqfpingior iP cbicah visit their sister MrslT B Flowers Hon M R Yarberry who spent several weeks at home was called to Washington D Ca few days agoV Messrs G T Flowers of Gradyvillle and J V Dudley of Glenssork are at tending the Grand Lodge in Louisville this week Rev W A Hines Presiding JElder for Columbia District was here last Friday en route for Russell county to hold a quarterly meeting MrP C Jones and son of Eias Fork were in Columbia last Monday Mr Jones intends moving to this town to educate his children Singing at the Court House The people of Columbia have secured the services of Profs Sam and WE Stapp to conduct a singing at the Courthouse in this city next Sunday October 22 The services will last peopleareII management ofHurt Bros Shreve will deliver its first work this week Plant was put in operation Monday morning and up to this hour every thing is working nicely and first class work is promised on the start Such an enterprise is valuable to Columbia and we trust the people will not over look the importance of supporting this industryVOwing to the inclemency of the weath er the singing at Union last Sunday was not very largely attended in the forenoon however the good people of the immediate neighborhood were there with plenty of dinner for those present A good crowd gathered in the afternoon and was delightfully entertained for two or three hours with the excellentsing ing by Prof Stapp and class assisted by the Union choir All Halloween Night Miss Trabues Art Glass will welcome everybody Willow Glen Halloweeri night October 31 r TheispoakswiththeirImysJic rites w rrb Art Class will serve refresh ments at 25cents each The money will be used to buy plaster caste for v be studio in our two colleges tfii 71i 1 JijC f Uif iflit r e t f f 1Jjfr 1p f r fti 11 ti p Above we present the picture of Mr James Garnett of this city now Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Kentcuky Masons For several years Mr Garnett has taken an active part in Masonry serving in everyr esponsible position from the Blue Lodge to the high and exalted position he now occupies and in truth we can say that he has filled every position with credit to himself and honor to the Fraternity The Masons in this part of the State feel proud of the esteem and confidence manifested in our townsman and knoving him as we do as a man of ability and a Mason of broad knowledgepvve feel that the responsibilities of GrandMaster could not have been better placed Congratulations to Mr Garnett and to the Grand Lodge that made this wise selection Mrs Annie E Murrell and Mrs Biah J Murrel1 of Cane Valley visited in Colnmbia Tuesday In a few more days we hQpe to have the Nws plant better adjusted A four horse gasoline engine just from the factory now gives ample power to run all ouf presses at the same time if business demands it and our press Topta is being enlarged to almost double its former capacity Heretofore we 4 ve been ramped for room and power hiclihas pUt the office rather on the slow order in filling its orders for job work but it will be different ina few days arid if you need a good joba quick job send in your order and see with what of a suddenness we will fur n gh the goods tOctoberwhich Surpasses of natural beauty it is October May has itsdeI Votees for May brings nature back to life clothes the trees with their rai ment of green and awakens the flower for a season but with all its freshness and fragrance May does not stir the bloodas does October Stroll into the woods and see for yourself For the next four or five weeks there will be spice in the air a tonic jn the breeze and color everywhere Gaze from some eminence across the land and observe the purple liaze that drapes the hills lookat the gorgeous radiance of the sunset revel iii the masses of purple and gold andbronze and crimson that deck the trees The country resident has the spectacle all about him the city dweller cancatch the magic of it inxthe great parks at the very edge of town He cannot resist the scene he annot scorn the shumach arid the dogwood and the maplndthess1eet gum He cannot turn a deaf ear jo the music of run Ding water that courses through the dying ferns caVryinJaHen sleaves upon its bosom There be melanchoI in thepi tliebutltist1iereal beauty jt Is asdanessvthat stimulates it is not the sadness 6f despairVin a short while wijiterji will beherer but Bi st cpmesthS woriderf ulinontfifqf October whose b sTbQuldbe tirii the lanes and forests It offers bimagination ample compensation for tile chill OIatentbat fp llM l5o not stay indoors while shgloimbeck- oingh9ut iRenwmbw t will 1900 begone I a 1 i fJrlit 1 w l 1c1l j jV jjJJ J J irf ft h Vic- jrIg 4r i f t iti ZJ1 I qi i t f1Jzsr 4 i1 Land Stock and Crops 000 Turnips are unusuallylarge and lfine ooo Ray Elowers sold a hog to Chas Herriford for 10 ooo Two ndredunbrQken mules changed hands at the Harrods burg court ooo The frost has settled all fears pM fly in young wheat and sowing isin full bloomV ooo Trading in landandstocK has been unusually dull iiithis vicin ity for several days I ooc- Its all here now making sor ghum sowing vheat getting wood and cribbing corn 000 Mr RTandy purchased 58 aces of land near Bliss from W G Turner for 550 o o o Flowers Bros bought of John Harris a fourmonthsold hog This pig isa descendent of the Vanderbilts Biltmore strain o 00 The price of cattle may advance or decline but such changes nev er affectgood steak It is always high in a country town OOQ Hughes Coffey bought five head of cattle a few days ago for 85JO They als6 bought nitol fr iSam MitchelIfor4Vr- i ooo Smit1bNen or GradyvilleV solt IJ Davidson of Marrow bone last week an extra nice bunch twoyear old stecrx at kiifs f ti1t ii 1 I zfl ii t1t Io tt fl r 1 otjl i r J 4 l = S 1 t y ijtz t t j 13c per pound 000VDr Hammond has a cow which two months ago dropped a pre mature calf Last week she gave birth to another large wellVdeveloped heifer calf Cow and calf both doing well 000 The frost last week extended as far south as Middle Mississippi and doubtless the people of that country were glad of it as yellow fever posses out withi such temperatureV000 At Mr W L Farris sale last Friday property sold as follows one calf 1350 one cow 17 one horse 43 sow and shoats 37 oats 36 cents per bushel corn sold privately at 125 per barrel Household and kitchen furniture sold low 000VLost Two head of cattlea brinle steer weight about 900 pounds and a roan cow weight about 800V both dehorned Lost on Colum bia Burkesville road Will give 1 each for locating themV R K Young Columbia 000VPublic Sole On Saturday October 23 at my home 2 miles east of Colum bia I will offer for sale to the highest bidder one pair of mules 3 mares 1 horse 2 Jersey heif ers farming implements wagon harness etc Also growing crop TT t Y of cornH GILLV 000VVC M Hemford bought of N T Mercer 12 head of hogs at 4c 3 heifers from S T Hughes at 2c 1 cow and 2 calves from C C Henson for 30 and 1 gray horse from same party for 120 Mr Herrif ord sold Allen Walker 1 black horse for 110 to Chas Williams yearlings at 4ic and to C C Henson 3 heifers at 2c Stock reportsTuesdays Even ing Times Medium to good butcher cattle 300 to 350 common to medium butchers 250 to 3 common to medium stock steersV2 to 250 common to medium stock heifers 175 to r t choice packing and butcher hogJ200 to 200 pounds 540 medium packers 160 to 200 pounds 535 choice light shippers 120 to 160 pounds 520 Roughs 425 to 71460 I V t t l SECOND ELOPEMENT It will be remembered that two or three weeks ago Mr Joseph Thomas of Pellyton and Miss Ethel Rubarts of Eunice made an attempt to elope to Indiana to get married f but were arrested in Louisville and the young lady brought home by her father MrVW Rubarts Jr On Monday morning the young people again succeeded in escaping the vigi J lance of the young ladys parents and up to the time of going tor press their whereabouts cannot be ascertained but it is supposed that Tennessee was their destir tion and ere this they are happily married ViVOur delay of a day this week waaf caused by losing time in the JristaH j tipn of a new engine and cha shafts belts and other things H re after wehope to come out onVtim full fledged and running over J 4kColumbiaday pi so ago by Mr James Rniiiii our post master These will be ptincid- iaposition at an early day Jaife thing this office has needed foji3Ters VtVV- JVV Woods are full oft jpr- el 1E J r I ry 7 w ftr t I I y 7 tt J t IRE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 18 1905 I IlackofallTrades THE j WaterJiCJSaws Wood Grinds Feed Ch Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Press For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or address FairbanksMorse Co j 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY W F JEFFRIES SON Agte Bf UNDERTAKERS SHOP Russell Springs Ky y I have just opened an Undertakers readyfori COFFINS AND CASKETS which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to patronize my shop J E SNOW C W Wiseman Son Jewelers and Opticians DEALEPS IN Diamonds and Precious Stones Special attention o given to work and I all orders of goods in our line No 132 West Market bet 1st and 2nd Oppo site Music Hal- lLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY vetioero Surgeon Fistulo Poll6vil Splints Spavin or any t Surgical work done at fair prices I I AM FIXED TO TAKE CARE OF STOCK I SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EYES S D CRENSHAW tIi f mile from Columbia on Dissapointmcnt FOR SALE dH r rr Farm of 278 acres 6h miles south of Columbia JI7oq Columbia and Creelsboro road 150 acres t1 grass in ood state of cultivation good house i4 i f doutbuildings good fencing plenty of water tjMd timber one store house and lot a good and Srail selected stock of goods This Is a good point I toiobumnem One steam saw mill direct aactt in good running order wiflcut15OOO Ifeet day 150 white oak trees stave trees 8Y miles withof Columbia one steam boiler and engin XjWrtaKe 6 bore poWer in good order one steam backer ae good as new vEighty ight 88 acres creek 9 miles south of Colum wcxJDe aH in timber The stave timber has lbM CtIV6fth5 abovebuttMre is poplar ash rfItH lr chwrtmut hickory and chestnutoak eiWtiMs88 cr tBeeforsa1eby jtivjC1 lli WA1ZUP c j Gkmsferk Ky t rts t itff Dt f 9-s iIfT ri IrWi t Where they Lost fflieirLiick In dawdling r In indecision HAtIn poor judgment dInIn magnifying difficultiese In a bad business location In trusting unworthy people In trying to get rich quickly In letting their ambition cool In oversahguine expectations At the end of a fishing rodmIn not daring to take chances At cheap demoralizing shows In not mastering their moods In getting into the wrong place In making a business of pleas ureIn not quite knowing their businessIn for something tct iItin smoke In trying to take short cuts to successIn only when they felt like itwIn not working to a plan or programmeIn their personal appearanceHIn looking on the dark side of everythingIn born ofEfirst easy victory In choosing a silly extravagant girl for a wifelIn not being ready for the op portunity when it came In sampling every kind of investment scheme that came along In dreaming of great things instead of doing the instead of doing the little ones at hand In being so disagreeable and selfish that they could not maki friendstIt was burned up by a hot tern per which drove their employers and customers away In waiting for somebody to help them or give the boost or for some rich uncle to die In refusing to take the positions they could get because they did not knov whether they would like the work or not Success 4 Hogwallow Gossipny While a game of sevenup was being indulged in over by the straw stack Sunday morning a fight took place between Ellick Hellwanger and Sidney Hocks Several panels of rail fence were knocked down The deputy con stable was summoned and arrest ed them for disturbing the peace and quietude of a game of chance Silie Eildew has wrote several of his friends to be present at a hawgs killing to take place in a few days at his house Raz Bar low Excelsior Band will be pres ent and after helping attend toi the hawgs will supply music for a dance which will be one of the social features of the occasion The assistant coroner and dep 3utyweek in looking for the fellow 3thatwhile the Hog Ford preacher was preaching last Sunday Yams Sims wore a pair of high water pants to preaching lastSunday and has since been up with a bad cold bad The ticks are getting to be very The postmaster accompanied by Frisby Hancock was horrified when they come down to the post office yesterday morning to feed the hawgs and found that t fdduringsite side of the road Itis believed some practical novS doneit to fool the p n liSalem Barlow took snot at J3 t Slitb1SJnaaymoniinge yl 5 t It j tt f J t S id5c itiJl i i1 il t 1IM r J r i r l 0r 11 t iJfct 1 7 j3 He hit him butmissed breakfast Miss Fruzie Allsop has broken her engagement to wed Richar r enstep It is rumored that she as only marrying Richard for his money but he spent it Satur ay night and Madam Rumor a cdpointed he had a chill Film Dillard who has beer trying to go with Miss Agnesia Flinders so long that he has wore out two pair of shoes has sucumb to her desire and turned his intention in another irectionOur friend Fit Smith stepped through a hola in the floor at the Dog Hill church last Sunday while going over after a drink of water and broke a pair of new eye gogles The preacher will have to make good for it r fripingHe went after a jug of mo bassesWhile preaching was in progress at the Hog Ford church last Sunday a lizard got on Fit Smith and broke up the meetingHog allow Kentuckian pCheatedKidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death He says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caused me reat pain suffering and anxiety but lectric Bitters which effected a complete cure I have also found them of great benefit in general debilty and erve trouble and keep them constant y on hand since as I find they have no equal T E Paul druggist gdaran t aesjive Praise to the WifehIt is often noticed that some men are scrupulously polite and courteous to every other woman but are rude insolent and overbearing to their own wives This a great mystery to the specta or Then another class of men often good men too think it a sign of weakness or at least a waste of time to speak words of kindly appreciation to the often verworkedwife The man of this description is usually a self sufficient person but there are many who without meaning any unkindness tale all things for grantedThe e of an unappreciative an is a woman whom no old maidshould envy for her loving toil seems all in vain A wifes one redress is to master her hus band and it is never pleasant to any truehearted woman to feel that she has to master her husband in order to live comforta bly with him The man who never praises his wife will find fault with everything on every possible occasion It is the easiest thing in the world to fin- dfaulteasier than the proverbial sliding down hill It gets to be a habit with some men and they are hardly cohscious when they are exercising it Why cannot a mart show his vife that he appreciates her ef forts to please him J Why can not he praise the pudding of hiss ofIhis neighbor Mrs Jones Why cannot he speak kindly of her vordsIent man ought to withhold t ess Life is Embittered Life is too often embittered by the grieyous pains and suffering caused by dyspepsi in one or another of its many forms No other disease covers such a wide range of symptoms or causes such varied suffering to ijs victims dizzineSstetcalI are are due to this one dreadW ul disease No wonder that thousands re so enthtsiaetic over the cure of third yDi GaldweTls lIaxr atiye Syrup epgin Itis a most potent maryelpW and universal cure CQl1unJ0c and 1OO Moneltback3i it faiL I rt t t i i s 1 Pr t f i q4F iiif fi tf GRKiZEL SiltflTOH The Rev Jones has just closed a series of meetings at Sycamore with e lev e n additions to the church J V Johnson bought in Casey Marion last week a bunch of mule olts at 45 to 90 It is now time to put aside airships Prof Claud Hatter visited at Miclclleburg a few days ago Mrs Florence Johnson is ill with malarial fever Rev 0 Z Avery has closed a successful meeting at Kedron Chapel The crops of Marion are ex ceeding all past ones The corn crop is up to the expectation of the most sanguine tobacco is eminently fine producing a 96 per cent crop fruit is reported off considerably Mrs J Sinkhorn who h azeen seriously ill for severa months with consumption is no better The writer who has been your reporter at Middleburg is now a pedagogue and also pushing the encil for the Rural and Metro p olitan press during his spare moments As to my location I am now at Little South Fork Casey county the above town being my post office Our mail is delivered to us daily by the R F D carrier who serves about 150 families and 900 people Messrs Dave and H Sinkhorn of Illinois are visiting friends nd relatives here It is announced that Russia will ave her new navy built in England Perhaps the Czar doesnt want it built far from home for fear the Japs will sink them on the way over Mrs J Hofley an aged resi dent of this community fell a few days ago and broke her arm for the third time She has also had bad both lower limbs collarbone shoulder wrist and pelvis broken Her recovery is doubt ful A Daredevil Ride Often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuriet use Buchlens Arni ca salve A deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Theodore Schuele of Columbus 0 caused me great pain Physicians were helpless but Buchlens Arnaca Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25c at T E Paulls drug gist for Sale My farm on Pettys Fork five miles South of Columbia of bottom water and cultivationjgood state of 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Sub scribers to the weekly CourierJournal o-The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Watersons paper wants to share the profits oif this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to giveaway twenty Christmas presents ranging from 10020 amounting to6o in all There will be four general presents of 100 5030 and 20Jndsixteenpres ents of3 and 20 to be given in the States of Kentucky Tennessee Indiana Texas Mississipp Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and sim pIe Write to the Courier Journal COm- pny Louisville jKy for a copy of the Weekly CouriCTJburrialj giving full tie tails It will be sent free V Rightful Suffering Relived Suffering frightfully from the viis ulent poisons of undigestedIfoQdCj xGraysbn of iula Miaa took Dr- Kings New Life Pilla withj the re- iult r he write s thgt I was cured lAll stomach and bowell diserdifre gave way to tneir tn lax tiye prop rti e JcjiE Paullidr g storeguaranJ1 teed i r t4 j j riri 4tlr ts t 1 if V 7lKlWe are paying the fQllowing prices for Timber E TK v delivered on our yard in Columbia KvfSplit HickorySingletree Billets Iig2i in on Heart 3i in Deep 38 in Long 25 per 1000 ps D 21 21 41 c 30 1 3 3 r 46 40 3a 3i5 50 75 JIo7 pot5 All billets must be made from good live straightgrained D G fSugar1 fSh Billets made from good live straight grained timber free fv521 in on Heart 21 inDeep 44 in Long 20 per 1000 ps D SPOKESgI1000PIECESj2i in on heart 2J Deep 30 in Long A B Grade 25 Ir Jf9j5 on2 1 LLtiJ4 2 Jv 8 v z 2 2J 30 A B 20 W 2 21 30 C t 1I iu7i2i 4uIE 1 Ii 30 AB 12 I2 1a 30 c 6 Ti l iL2 1a 30 D 4vC All spokes must be split from good live straight grained timber free from defects and fully up to size rCI D spokes may be red or red and white 5 Corsis Ii IEV V lf V V V V V 1J V W V tJ tl V W II V W7P 1c7iz 7i 7i i i7I21I71 7Kffi IL7Ic 7i 7i iff7 434 4 i Fifth Avenue Hotel i4f tttw 44 FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS 4 t LOUisviLLE KENTUCKY t0JaJ EE 44 Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled AFirstclass 4 Hotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale Theatresf 4 Z 44448444444LebannLaundryLEBANON W R JOHNSON Proprietor This is one of the Best and most Reliable Laundries in the State REED MILLER Columbia illbe444444444444444444i4444 HOTELS 4 rIS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN 4 Architecture containing 35 new neat and well yen 44tilated rooms It is nicely furnished conveniently located and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky X Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three 4good sample rooms for commercial men t M H MARCUM Propr I4 HFRANK CORCORAN M J METCALFE Corcoran MetcalfeMain Street Liebanon en tacky MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN J NiGhGRADE MARBLE A A N D jD AIt E 1 J II Cemetery Work of oil kinds Sce Us 5efwre You Quy itT ae Adair and adj ning counties r jfdibr solicited 1 t 1wBEN55YOi w I 0 v J Jt 1 5 YIt iic4if ir l fFl t t4 j J ib Pillltjllgz H tr i0 j w rr r y t ii 7 f I t k rf f 4 f t ALI THF NEWS 5 f1 t41 l Sj 4 i i t lit tclt0 it l e z rfjfA I f rIrr t 1 t i1 r 4 i 1 j r TIlE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 18 1905 1 MN A M085ON I r DEALER IN t1- i Furniture r WaIIPaperf 0 f trr t Doors fc Windows f J1Cook Stoves Lime Cement The Place orBarg ins GREENS BURG KENTUCKY r SINGER euhfp j1es I Prices are Good Terms are Better Machines the Best You are assured ofproper Instruction Supplies andJ v Accessories Get a Singer Guarantee AT II Singer Sewing Machine Co East Side Public Sq nare COLUMBIA KENTUCKY HomerTo have a happy home you must have children asIthey are great happyhomemakers If a weak woman you can be made strong enough to bear healthychildren withIlittle pain or discomfort to yourself by taking I 1WJE CARDUi I A Building Tonic For Women- It will ease away all your pain reduce inflammation cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovarian trouble disordered menses backache headache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try ItIAt every drug store inS 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER- Put aside all timidity and write ns freely and frankly in strictest confi dence telling us all your symptoms and troubles Wewill send free advico in plain sealed envelope bow to AdvisoryDeptChattanooga Tenn U Ai FEELING LIVERISH This Mornin7TAKE A Gentle Lazative Peter Ny KENDALL KENTUCKY N k i Y 1- f kr iqr h r 4 i r t i p DUE TO CARDUIjand nothing else Is my baby girl now two weeks old writes Mrs J Priest of Webster City Iowa Vflheis a fine healthy babe and we are both doing nicely I am still taking Cardul and would not be without it in th house as it is a great medicine for women s THE Momsianna Water THAT RESTORES THE OLD TOT THEIR YOUTH AGAIN This excellent Summer Resort situ ated five miles from earn p ellsvi1le Ky readyforcare of all comers The Excellent edical Properties of this Water is for it a wide utation It is makingmanywonderfrilt cures of Chronic Cases that have been physiciansincurable IT CURES Sick Headache Insomniac Dyspepsia Catarrh of Bowels Diseases of the Liver Jaun dice Gravel Rheumatism Dysentery and Kidney Complaint It removes the cause of the disease Those affected with Lung Trouble can purefiesand makes one again Trans portation can be easily secured at Campbellsyille from liverymen who meet aJJLtrains Hay and night Me terms are reasonable For further informationwrite j MOR ISON Prop Calm bellaville K 1 y Frr r Mdt tdM iiti54 jrr Husband and Wife Of course every husband arid wife know their duty towards each other but still they grow a little negligent sometimes and very often a few words will cause them to be more thoughtful and press them to their duty again They should always try to be agree able and if one should become a little cross over some little thing that has not gone just as wished let the other be smiling and cheerful Never both be angry at the same time Wife when the husband comes i from his work tired always meet him with a smile have the house neat arid tidy in its have his joon time and something he may relish to eat for work gives a inaneari appetite and they do not like to com e in and wait for a meal when they are hungry Husband if you come in and find things different from the way you would have them to be do not become cross and snap around about everything and if you should be so cruel as to do such a thing when you overcome your passion go to the dearest of all things the wife and confess you have done wrong By so doing you will heal the wound that was so painful to her Man should not expect too muchof the wife He must remember she is too frail a being to battle with all the hardships of this world There are many ways in which the husband maybe of relp to the wife and we think he should try to help in all also we think the wife should help the husband in any way her health will allow trying to grant all his wishes Some of them may seem nnreasonable at first but t we know the wishes of a true devoted l husband will prove for the best Brain LeakstSelfeffacement is not always self appeaseid with money Some people who cast bread on the water yesterday waste all of today waiting for a bakery to float back to r then The swing in the next yard is always a favorite God reaches down only as far as men can reach up People who live in Whineyville sel dom see the sun If you try enough you will seldom have to cry enough The signs of the times indicates that coal is advancing in price The man who makes nothing but money goes out of the world destitute Cheerupathy is a school of jnedicine that requires no entrance fee or examination Some people put so much trust in God that they get too lazy to help themselves Hurry Worry attract lots of atten tion but Slow Sure do the bulk of the business What has become of the good wo n- an who always took prizes for making salt risin bread When you go visiting do you enjoy your dinner if the children have to wait in order to make room for the company The man who laughs his way throngh the world leaves it with just as much in his possession as the man who fights his way through Attorney General Hays last week made a motion before the United States Supreme Court for the advance ment of the case of James B Howard and the Chief Justice took the motion advisement Robert New ome a negro ran amuck in Chicago and before he was finally by the police had killed a PO4 iceman and a woman Mystery Deepens MysferYdeepens as to whys r many millions persist in suffering from such fearful as dyspepsia constipation etc when they could so easily get rid of eyery one of their troubles by a few doses of Dr CaldwelPs laxative Syr upPepiitt Have you tried it If noto doso today Sold by5J N Page of Columbia and RR Wilson of Cane vy UcX it 5Qc and d100 Money back if it fails 4 4 7rd i41pI CLICA NEW MEXICO rEditor of the News We came to New Mexico four weeks ago and are very much pleased with the climate sand country in general The surface is mostly level the soil being from 3 to 8 feet deep Good wa ter can be found from 80 to 120 feet We took claims ina few days after we arrived put up a house and are now living in it We found water a the depth of 96 feet 1People are raising all kinds of small grain such as corn wheat oats rand ed white kaffir corn cane milo maize broom corn and so on It is thought by most of the people that this will be a fine country for cotton raising The mild climate and abundance of pasturage make the raising of horses cattle hogs also poultry of all kinds easy cheap and successful It is said with these advantages stock can braised e here for about one third less cost than in any other section of the coun tryTimber is quite scarce in this part of the country We have plenty of black cedar and muskeet out on the cliffs about fifteen miles from here princi pally used as posts People are planting quite a lot of black locusts to be used for posts in the future They are also planting many kinds of fruit trees If is believed that no section is better adapted to the growth of water melons and cantaloupes which often weigh from 40 to 75 pounds and it is a very common thing to buy a melon weigning 40 or 50 pounds for ten cents and they have as fine flavor as those grown in the best melon sections Irish and sweet potatoes and in fact all kinds If vegetables do well here We are blessed with plenty of game as follows Jack rabbit cotton tail an telope wolf Coyote pararie chicken wild geese ducks and plenty of rattle snakes v People are giving much attention to the raising of finecattle just atpresent Good milch cows sell from 30 to 50 Horses are very cheap and a good pair of mules will sell for 250 Hogs are scarce making them very high and good flour is worth 275 and corn 175 per hundred The Pecos valley and northeastern railroad run through the hustling little city of Elida making it quite handy for us Kentuckians Elida is a thriving little village having three stores one saloon one grain store one church and school house two Blacksmith shops post office and lumber yard There are good schools and churches supplied with firstclass teachers and preachers The length of the free school term five months and teachers s alar isI range from 50 to 75 ber month The people are as moral social re fined and hospitable also progressive as can be found any where- I guess this will do for this time Dolphus Burbridge Musings of a Gentle Cynic It doesnt pay to snub a man who owes you money The honesty of lots of ment has nev er been tested r Its a wise man who saw nothing at the right time Even the finger of scorn may have its good points vV 4 5 A loud mouth doeshtalwaystout up a sound argument p 1 The shadow of suspicion generally has something behind it j fMany vain regrets are concealed in the stubs of chkck books Wealth is a poor yardstick with which to measure happiness The grass widow should make hay while the sun shines It is hard for a man to stand on his dignity in a crowded car y When the new baby comes it necessitates a fresh heir fund Industry is the watchdog that keeps the wolf from the door 1 The wages of sin doesnt brother some fellows They rdo itfor fun1 a M for none and r t at leia ure All that glitters is not umpired by rrtheA matrimonial storm anll cure e c c V VV V vV ir vA s t tnnRr the milk of human kindnessJ The cost of living doesnt trouble those who beg borrowor steal A woman opens a telegram much as a child opens a jackinthebox Theres more than the difference of one letter between creeds and deeds A great deal of our vaunted educa tion is more ornamental than useful The messenger boy may have Ibis settA deal of silvery laughter is filtered through a mounthful of gold teeth The girl who is full of airs may be a tiresome as an overworked music box The man who can and wont isnt so annoying as the one who cant but will An officeholder is a servant of the people and he seldom fails to exercise a servants privilege A girl never marries the best man which may be the reason so many of them marry the wrong man f Many a girl has broken off her en gagement to a fellow because of his past and many another girl because of his presents to some other girl Marriage often results in cold feet If we could afford to buy a lot of things we want we wouldnt want themIts a pretty sharp woman that cant flatteredThis land of promise to the man who lends money promiscously Some fellows never go to work for a living until they have given every thing else a fair trial The portals of heaven are closely guarded but the devil will meet you halfway Alimony is often a satisfactory sub stitute for a husband It may be gallant to kiss a ladys hand but most girls consider it out of placeYou may kill time but it will comeback to haunt you The family photograph album is a nightmare of the girl of thirty Beautv is only skin deep and even then it is apt to rub off The disappointed suitor for the hand of an heiress always says the other fellow married her for her money The fellow who says he would bet his last dollar on a race horse may eventually have a chance to do so Many a mans fortune is overshadowed by his past Life is either a comedy or a tragedy justas you choose to make it A freckle may not be as pretty as a blush but it is generally more genuine Eloquence is not necessarily a lert of the lungs The people who offer you their ad vice must have no use for it them selves The trouble with the chronic borrower is that he is always looking for an encore The high roller gathers no moss New York Tiojes As a result of Dr White putting an end no the general disinfection and oil ing by the Marine Hospital srvice in New Orleans about 300 men will be immediately dismissed Tobacco growers may be glad to learn of a preventive for house burn tobacco so prevalent this season and and which will also stop same after it has been started By burning charcoal in small holes or pits in the ground in several places in the barn especially in tile center where it usualy burns most or by using an old furnace and moving same around from place to place it will entirely prevent the burn Gate should be used to prevent smoke anddojnot under any circumstances Use woooV NOTICE WEARENoWR TO DO ANY KIND Blacksmithing horseshoeing sad wocd Rork all kinds of Buggy carriage and wagon Repairing We are also prepared to appb all loads of MW r RUBBER TIREY We keep Bt9CkoltM est material ad ftairv Work done vat oVslWls gar teo- dIwirlaeIiijj priN hoIocale ittwt aesrMsie Girive a can CULRi itlijf l I7e r f I n vi t 1 tjttt li f o i gt J1 ft 1T lt3 The farmer of Today It is evident to all who havej carefully observed the modern progress in all lines of activity that the farmer sooner or later in his work realizes that improvement and greater intelligence concerning J his work are to be sought for here as in everything else To day the facilities for transporta Lion make it possible to lay down farm products grown at a great greats farmer of successfullyfmore neighbor must exercise care in planning his work in raising his crops and in the marketing of themCor in Farmers Senti nelHe knows fully well that a bet ter quality and a larger quantity of a product such as he can raisJ on his farm will insure for hijbetter financial returns He i alizes that improvedmachine and the use of varied farm impl ments places farming on a keei er higher competitive basis than it ever did before He also realizes that tecnical training and skill based on scientific principles are absolutely essential for suc cess in competitive fields Every uptodate farmer knows or needs to know the actual con dition and standing of his methods of farming at every season of the year Such a farmer keeps a tangible system of farm bookkeeping He is in a position to know whether the production of a give crop or the raising of stock is1 costing him more than it brings in return to him Should there be loss he ought to understand what moderfications are neccessP ry for him to make in order tjr such leakage may be stopped ought to read and to understand grasp with a certain dega of intelligence the essen farm subjects treated in agi tural books buletins paper other literature so ext nsi published by agricultural instit tions and experiment station The pressing demand of the times make it possi ble for him to familiarize himself with some principles of of economy in so far as they may affect him persollallyin the application of them to dealings pertaining to his work But these are not all the essentials that to a large degree make the life of a farmer comfortable The farmer should no less have a reasonable amount of knowledge of State and local affairs andsuch as may affect him in securing n Q essary legislation to form correctAjudgment cast an intelligent vote and be a useful citizen It seems that the farmer should be so equiped as to earn a sufficiency of those things which are necces sary for comfortable living The past has achieved for the farmer that which was possible under his own conditions The present conr ditions will largely shape the pc sibillities for better andmordT munerative farming in the ture The Boy with Patches What has become of the boy with patches Why bless your soul he is out on the farm hopping clods sixte hours a day He will come town after while to runthe b and stores and be the succe lawyer preacher and phys Dont worry about the boi patches Its the slickloci storeclothednicely groo you wai ttainhfireabou the fellow thats going through the crack in thee side and out of sight brie of these Ex + Remember that f yj 4 I well as you can ywi that you ought to Joi I 7t 2 2 a fC ft tl l 4 THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA ri OCTOBER 18 1905 v TA 7 l r 1111 lIiISiSffl 7ftv 1 ikil IBiIJ 1 mJr y LIMDSY1ILSOMr rs r1 I II IADVANCEi f 7I I I IpaU5 Board Tuition and Incidentals in tie LindsayWilson Training school ONE nm Reasonable for ai sence atiopening sickness for one week or more I LITERARY PRIMARY INTERMEDIATE I ACADEMIC FACULTY OF= I COMPETENT 11 All rooms in the Boarding Hall and entire campus Jighted with B to Per week tII I CflflS it PflYNE ht dnit 1ouuty tllt Every Wednesday THEiIdairGountyNewsSo I CHAN 8r HARRIS Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests Vf the city of Columbia and the people of Adair f adjacent counties ntered at the Columbia Postoffice as second MI mail matter WED OCTOBER 18 1905 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Jailer- w H LSONL For Assessor T I SMITH- jISTERIALDISTRICTS COLUMBIA For Magistrate JOHN EUBANK For Constable AYWOLFORD GLENVILLE nor ratet Kentuckys quarintine against all points has been lifted The cool weather has greatly improved the yellow fever situation at New Orleans and other points Although a strong attempt has been made to displace J H Tins Iy ofJIBarborbourville Distri Attorney for Eastern cofjudging from the reports sen out from Washington will reap point him An important decision has been rendered by the Court of APpealix It is this The court in construing the duties of a gaurdian held that were as broad as a r in shentthe statutes requiring that th annual expense of the ward be held within the annual income IThe election is approaching and the State in e- elY v county and in nearly every precinct the voters have been reminded of the of the returns under the secret bal lot system Dissatisfaction has arisen over all the State A fevI weeks ago we published a speech Mondt settingrto VIva voce way of voting We hope that the voters of Adair and ajoining counties will agr with Mr Montgomery and vo teWfor the amendment going back to the days of honesty Mr G W Albrecht one of the editors 6f the Middlesboro News visited Frankfort last week and had a conference with GovBecld bringihabout a better state of affairs BaF11 fed lack Bolen th lta u TEACHERS COUNTY CERTIFICATE STATE CERTIFICATE STATE DIPLOMA BUSINESS MflNflGER II lested That the Law and Order League was powerless as Ball could bring lawless men to his assistance at any mo menteHe further stated that Bell county equaled Jackson and Breathitt in crime and unless something was done at once many good citizens in his pinion would justtBellnunty to and that is order entertainmentstas people of a com roughINotwithstanding the yellow journals of the city are contin nously running down Louisville e is steadily and surely grow citeY and you will see enterprise on every hand Dwellings hand some and costly ones are going up and the whole city is in a push It is gratifying to the smaller towns in the State to know that the metropolis of to8 Common wealth is fast forging to the front and ere long its population will number 300000 Under the leadership of Paul Barth who villc be elected Mayor at the Novem SollwIlle 11theK Azbill Win F Jeffries H T Baker and Rollin attended the State Development Convention in Louisville last week They report a large attendance and enthusiastic gathering a de cided improvement on the good convention held two years ago A great deal of valuable informs delIliel I gates by specialists ito had bee invited to address theconvention Kean I iJ 1 tlft ioIi MUSIC VOICE PIANO AND ORGAN STRINGED INSTRUMENTS v t4Ii jf t iSs tucky on problems in relation to emigration timber preservation taxation of capital Interurban thegroving many other matters The im pression of those who attended the pingtheStsweep over the whole country with a force of uplift of all our industries and commerce never KentuckyThe was a phrase frequently used in the Convention and the men who were in attendancerepresentin every line of useful activity in the Statewere filled with this new spirit of enterprise in Kentucky by Kentuckians for the sake ofour old Kentucky Home The assasination of Jark Bole n a peaceful citizen of Middles borough a few days ago reveals the fact that the better element of that city and vicinity has been living in fears and that this crime is so revolting as to arrouse and unite all the lovers of law and countryThe strongfamilies city and whose record has majoritythem busiInessare men of wealth and their pow er Over that section is no small matter to combat The criminal history of if given to the world in truth and full ness would record so many foul and bloody deeds as to prove a serious obstruction to the busi ness development of that part Kentucl Ian with shame and Grimes like all other 9DI1JSafidi = 4 ZS tj ID 7 t f tI t s r v 1 875O r IN ADVANCE i- ft 110 s7r r I redustio E Published INCORPORATED throughout uncertainties twentyfive Browning If = JJ J c r1 If Middlesboro e PFff i m IIELOCUTIONART COlilVIERCIAL INSTRUCTORS FiJhadGOLUMBIfl KENTUCKY events have their limits and w trust that the day for giving 1L strict account account for law lessness in that part of the stat has come The Law and Order Jloverower for good but it has a er ul task to perform Itswork is not only beset w i t h dangers but of necessity be long and continuous It has r come to us that the Ball family has almost had their own way that their desperateness has been dreaded and through fear of the good people of Middlesboro have wags t crime has aroused them and united effort for the right will finally succeed A few bad men can ruin any section and a few such sections can destroy or ser iously impair the good name and prosperity of a State Kentucky putfewerman The prison does not have the terrors of death it does not protect society as it should from the cold blooded murderer TooI much lattitude is allowed the juries in the exercise of sympa thy If the next Legislature wi revise the Jaw and take the option from the juries in murder cases of giving life sentences for justle s committed The law should fix the punishment and the jury de termine the degree of crime A life sentence is not equal to death and no legislature or jury or any other power can make it so When the law tHe Legislature takes the responsibility of hank ing murders and only asks tHe eeofpf crime then our commonwealth will enter a new era in tbe supefi sipnc of crimesj t r l r h jr t4 r T J I 2i iJ f rl J FfJl i IIRUINSe- We STORE have had a good rain which coolee grasshoppers which wheatlB J Figg insurance man of Burgin was here this week writ ing policies for the Equitable Decaturt r was here Wednesday Dry Jeffers Son were down last week and bought a bunch of fat cattle visitirighisI JH Smith Fonthill is on the wondering The Democrats have nominated forMagistrateConstable Dr L D Hamond is having a new portico erected Talton Bradshaw will soon move to his farm As he must change precincts however he will vote before before he moves excellentlis more work than ever before- AlKcandidates who have oppo pretendingtowanting everybody to be their friend School trustees were elected Saturday As the teacher they must select exercises such a great influence over our children they i onelc can govern with mild but firm scipIineTw Ul1rf YQritislJl is shownIn this U wellaother public af1xlr j 4 tfU1F l dl it n p1 c f J t iraai 0 T i t i i tj j 1 1 f if Ic tt f kri j tI i lrn t a fP Pf T jk P r 1 d THE ADAIR COUNTYJNTEWS COLUMBIAm OCTOBER 18 1905 5 J t f i e oS4 1 if4 4 0 Considerable frost here last Thursday morning Do not fail to hear Dr E L Powell at thePresbyterian church Thursday night November 2 W L Farris a native of this county will remove to Campbellsville He is an excellent citizen A match game of basket ball will be played at the LindsayWilson grounds See the names of the players elsewhere in this paper f Mrs tf H Kinriiafd has been Very successful in growing lemons Shesent one to this office that weighe one pound and was haidsomelyshaped t The drillers are getting along very slowly at the Powell well therockbei- ng very hard Dr Russell is very hopeful of making a good strike at this point fur Sale My v house and lot adjoining fair ground Good water 3 t Robert Hudson The Company that bought the JS Pope land several months ago have purchased several other tracts adjacent thereto and are now cutting the timber and hauling it to Campbellsville The meeting at the Christian church is well attended at the night services Eld J Q Montgomery is one of the strong preachers of this denomination and he is xuith popular here Adair be ing hisnative county Mr John Eubank was nominated for magistrate in the two Columbiadistricts last Saturday He is the oldest magis trate on the bench having served the peoblecontinuously for twenty years His election is assured i The report that Mr W E Stapp had eloped to Ten ssee with a young lady of this county last week is false so we are informed by Mr Stapp There was l1o intention on the part of ither and consequently no effort made to this end 6 Mrs Henry N Miller this city ha a lemon bush to which she has given much attention and jbrie day last week pulled a lemon that weighed over a pound There are several others hang ing tits small boughs which gives it anovel appearance ti Millinerv Display i I have just Teturned 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 joiningcounties are invited to call 1MRS S C STRANGE The Methodist people of Glasgow are to be congratulated upon securing for their preacher this year Rev G P Dillon He is a talented young man a God fearing man and makes some pre tentions to oratory Socially he is a most excellent gentleman We predict that the church at Glasgow will largely increase its membership under the preaching of Bro Dillon It is saidthat there are several moon shine distilleries in operation in this county They should be bro iup but the officers are powerless unless warrants are sworn out The illegal manufacturer and sale ofardntspirits can be stopped if the good citizens will aid the officers Swear out warrants place them in the hands of the officials and the birds are soon caged Valuable Resident Property for Sale We offer our entire resident proper ty for sate at inviting prices and reas onable terms consisting of two dwell ings with eight or nine acres of ground on BurkVsville street a good dwelling with over an acre of ground in vicinity of M and F High school known as the Taylor property Also an organ and piana both first class condi 4tion Call on or address L V Hall or Mrs LFJ Powell Columbia Ky An Exchange publishes the following sentiment Figure it out on a rose leaf arid write with the brew of a lily that rowher under the great blue dome is there a creature half so pretty as a Kentucky woman Shes prettier than an evening star in the shadow of a Summer sunset more inspiring than a thousand songs and bewitching as a fawn tangled in the vines of a wilder ness of roses Shes our hope our r- om Our vine and fig tree tne light which enables men to see a nullion miles beyon lthe NOrth Star v f i f H 4 I J1tS r iIrlt4 J J rof 1 fr F f P X 18 d i 4 t Columbia Chapter Royal Arch Masons will meet next Friday night A number of traveling traders com monly called Gypsies passed through town last week Dr E L Powell will be at the Pres byterian church this place Thursday night November 2 Lowe Bros 1of Green county will open a tin shop at this place and will occupy a room pver L W Bennetts store There will be an all day sinking at Antioch Church the fifth Sundayjond- ucted by W E Stapp and others Everybody invited J CalvinGilmer of color charged witlil selling liquor in this county without cense was tried Inthe United St 1iII Court Louisville lasweek and ac ted The Connecticut Mutual Life Insuri ance Company will give entire satisfaction It pays a larger dividend than any other eoinpany Its business is honestly conducted See J E Alurrell Dr Zach Taylor a native OfL this county a fine physician who left Knot twoImonthsthat he is wellpleased and has entered into a good practice j Insure in The Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction City Ky The only company in the State that makes any claim of paying their losses r fulL SfL BLAIR Agt G1AThe child was about two months o1d1 The death was made doubly sad the father being in the State of Missouri business having called him When he left the little one was rapparently Tfl good health 1 V I 7forHouse and lot for 15OOOne half cash MisslLreALLEN PILE care of P FCollier 4 Son 711 Pine Street St Louis Mo 2t Mr W F Jeffries was one of the delegates to the State Development Convention He that a thatlthereerally believed that the convention wil redown in good for the State Mr C H Murrell WBs elected school trustee in West Columbia district ith out opposition He was vot dfQl in the interest of Mrs Mary Harvey Mrj D Walker was elected in East Columbia and it is our understanding that he was a candidate in the interest of Miss Fannie Smythe Mr T S Scott formerly a resident of Burkesville and the editor of the Herald published at that place lias been nominated by Republicans of Green and Taylor to represent said counties in the next General assembly Mr Scott became a citizen of Green county about three years ago i for SalecA farm containing 216 acres of goc and lying three miles West of Colum bia This property is knp5ynas the W J Atkins farm It produces jjwell and there are upon it a good dwelling good barn and all other necessary outbuild ings Ther is also much valuable tim ber For further information address GA Atkins Columbia Ky The dwelling house of Mrs Pricilla Do honey one and ahalfmiIesoutof towr was consumed by fire last Thursday morning about 2 oclock Most of the household goods was saved The build ing was comparatively new and was in sured in the Farmers Home for 100 It is said that Mrs Dohoney will either move to Columbia or rebuild on the old site l 4 Many citizens of Columbia will re member Shelby Taylor a young man about twenty years of age who spent the Summerof last year in this place and who made a number of friends among the younger set Last week he left Louisville where he had been em ployed for some time by the L r Nl RR Co for Greensburg Pa7to work in an pitfieldrnd was killed by ah explosion 9 i ft rhis arrival The parentsoL thed reside at- BurkeviIIe an4pth t place the r i main Wr li t l io i t 4 1 aiz iV jjk4 3 4t J tX lt 2 i wir 3 l t 1 f f ft T r The race for County Attorney in Rus sell will be an exciting contest MJE Tarter is ifie JRepublican candidate and Jas N Meadows is the Democratic aspirant Meadows is a popular young everythinghonorabl election Should he be successful the interestof the county will be carefully guarded Jas Garnett Jr W A Coffey G P Smythe Gordon Montgomery J P Scruggs E G Atkins Horace Jeffries and J E Murrell are attending the Ma sonic Grand Lodge in Louisville this week Mr Sam Lewis will represent the Chapter here Gordon Montgomery Columbia Lodge No 96 and EG At kins the Council I J Dr E L Powell one of the most talented men in Kentucky a resident of Louisville will deliver a lecture at the t Presbyterian Church this city Thursday night November 2 This usVi1cesin f rnisbing- the new boarding hall No one should fail to hear Dr Powell as he is gifted and his oratorical powers are unsur passed r Notice All peroiisor v firms indebted tothe firm of G F Dunbar Co Grocery men C6lumbiaKy will please calLat the law office of Winfrey Winfrey and settle same at once The firm has one out of business and has placed its books and accounts in our hands for settlement and we request that you come in at once and do so without further notice Respt Oct 2nd 1905 L C Winfrey 4 t Abijah Humphress an eccentric old man who lived near Inroad thls coun ty fell dead a few days ago Ten years ago he lost his wife andafter the remains had been buried several days he disinterred the body removed it to a cave where perhaps it now rests During Mr Humphress life time he visited the cavern daily saying that his wife looked as natural as life ReyandMrtW T Davenport have movved to their newly purchased home ori East irtcross street For sever al years they have resided at Ouster Rev Dayenport at an early age enter ed the Methodist Ministry and has spenthearly half a century in the pul pit where he has rendered much val uable service They are excellent peo ple and we tare glad to have them amongus T3lizabethtpwn News Valuable Home for Sale k rlgaina twostory mee waiteLtins 2 i acres with plenty of fruit The ocatioh is all that any one ould desire GW ROBERTSON ELast Monday was the opening of dif cuit court Jamestown and a latge ttendapceJudge grandJurymorning at syhich time the petit Jury was summoned to appear There is more business docketed than usual and the term will go into next w ekThere were several stock buyers bn the square and a number of mules and horses changed Hands The inerchants and hotels did a good business d il r Notice r All persons qeptedto the estate of John W Butler deceased either by note or account please come and settle without delay AH persons having claims against said estate present same to me on or before the 1st day of November 1905 for approval and payment if found just and orrectt Befp WButler Executrix John W Butler deceased cIAt the United Brethren Conference held in the Western portion of this county the following appointments were made s k 4t V V- f LOUISVILLE DISTRICT WIR Gentry presiding elder J D Harris Louisville Station W B Seymour Benview j r Henry Craig Victoria COLUMBIA DISTRICT J A Whitten presiding elder CR DeanGlenville JSB Rasner Glenville Circuit jTJ Gibson Liberty J K Wright prest Cottage T B Hays Albany V F M lyinfrey Edmontdn v T R Hagan TomplkinsVille W R5 LynnA R Biakey J M Turner and J Ar TurfierDistrict- ETanelists Ths Jtoittey FJe1a ngelist air4t b4 J i 6 4f f1t LA tPMv r fJ Ip J tItiJM t i 7 ltj 1 Strangled to Death Last Friday morning on arriving at the office the first thing asked us Have you heard about Sam Azbill choking to death I Investigation proved the news was true It seems the boy was putting up arid having some fun with his mother and the children Sam was naturally of a veheerful disposition and Friday mor ling he was full of play In his romping he got hold of a towel fasten ed to a roller on the wall and by some hook or crook it got twisted around J is neck and about this time his mother stepped out of the room and on her return found the boy dead the towel having been twisted around his throat in such a manner that he was lifeless before found Sam was a bright boy and was al ways ready arid willing to do whatever duties were assigned to him He was truthful and would always walk up like a little man arid take a licking be fore he would tell a lie Noyoung man in this vicinity stood higher than he Ididsoil band arid was a worker for its suc cess x Funeral services were held Saturday morning at the home of his parents and it was one of the largest ver ass mbled to pay tribute to a worthy young man The band arid friends fol lowed the remains to the silent city of the dead where they were placed to await the call of the Master The family have the sympathy of a community in which they have lived so long and while nothing can return their boy to them it isa pleasure to know he died ac4ristiauand had the love and respect of all who knew him Ingersoll Oklahoma Review The deceased was a nephew of EldIW K Azbill of this place When Christian College was opened here a number of years ago his father was a student in the institution and made many friends duringhis stay in Colum bia V Vy Sickles Murrell Mrl Fred C Siksof El Reno and Miss TRuth Murrell of CJkeene were married at the residence of the brides Barents at Okeene Tuesday The par tic lars of the wedding were not avail bie but nearly every one in Hintorij krioysTotntne parties The bride was a daughter of W W Murrell of Okeerie and is a sisterto llrsL R Bidwell and for a number ofmonths was employed in Mr Bid wells tore ereallg during her stay mademany friends by her agreeable manner and ladylike beariiig Mr Sickles was also employed here for several months as assistant cashier of the Hinton State Bank He isva young man of excellent character and splendid business qualifications and also has mnyfriends in Hinton He IsS the sQnof honorable Frank c Sickles s t1 e register of the USLand Office at El Reno and is himselfvery s vWehappiness and prosperity fHintbn j Ok llahoriia Record t J 1LW T SBasket Ball Z jtA RED CaptaihKatie Murrell First Lieutf Lina Rosenfieid Second Lieut maut Marcuni Center Rush Addie Jones 7 First Left rd Bess Rowe Second Left Guard Nina Marxju First Right GarUaridewate Second Right Guard=Cora Simpson SubstituteBriggia Harthitt I bef Willingham Ruby Jeffriesl d y BLUES f ilCaptain RosaMcNejll if 7 First LieutMary Williams Second Aeut1Jean M Duncan Center Rush Mae Duncan First Left GuardrMary Cartwright Second Left GuardMadge Rosen field v f First Right Guard Jennie McFar land Second Right GuardMyrtle Myers tSubstitutes Amiie Robertson Lura Smith Lois Holladay The two clubs will pjay a match game Everybopyl How gladainan ought to feel when he knows that he is riot in debt for the paper he reais and how annoying must be his thoughts when b realizes that he is one of many who demand much of ia publisher and give nothing but prom ises in return How many who enjoy T adfngcomp1mentorymentions of themselves and family but would want to wipe o tthelew p per plnt if a list of delinquents should appear once a year It is conceded that a t wnor section of jcoiintryl is generally measure by strslngerg iby the character of itspu1blications but if thji tedipBrs were thrown open to the ptibUief a different measure Would app arV Remedy pay and pay a9Tan4enjoyyour p per tt 7 f it Zzzt4J h t1 F ji NHririf Valuanla Real Estate COLLUcnBII rcENTUGFcY Saturday Nov 4tli at 2 Q6106KrMIThe following property will be sold to the highest and testt ibidder iA two story frame dwelling located on Burkes wile street in the corporate limits ot Golum Sbiair containing about 2J acres of land with pure water supplied by a living spring This property is desirable for a home- jand is well located Outbuildings in goodre pair as well as the dwelling L 1 H7LL Columjbia Ky iTo Tobacco Shippers We wish to state to our friends throughout theS tobacco growing sections that we are not connect ed directly or indirectly with any other house or warehouse company W conduct R Strictly Independent vareIiWarehouse CbmTiiission Business C A BRIDGES CO Props PICKET TOBAGCO WAREHOUSE LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I r ITo avoid chiliy sensations later on your wood house filledat once rIf you are indebted to this office it is privilige to pay on without further notice Large corgregations are attending the revival services at the Christian church vv The Columbia Steam Laundry is now running in full blast another feather- In Columbias business cap Dr Cartwright hopesto have his new residence completed and ready for oc cupancy by the 15th of November Mr HVolford has opened up a fine rock quarry on Mr J N Murrells farm just above the mouth of Sulphur t Mrs Jennie Mollie McClafn is having her dwelling raised another st ryIt will ald greatly to the appeafancef the building Mrs Chas Sutton presented this office with the largest beet wehaVe seen this season It weighs four and one quarter pounds ana is tventyfdur by twenty six inches it11r J P Hutchinson S etithe contract for a twostoryri frame residence locationjsjustGreensburg street T f New pupils are arriving daily for en rollment in our schools There is not a town in the State near the size of Co lumbia thatcan boast of two such educational institutions TheJ foundation for th fiiew Livery stable is being laid timber for the con structidn is being placed on the ground as rapidly as possible and in a short time we will have anotherwell equipped livery in Columbia A meeting of the stockholders of the Adair County Ginseng company has been called for today Wednesday at its office in this town Business to be transacted is of the utmost importance and a full attendance is desirea The game of base ball at the Lindsay Wilabn Park Saturd y afternooii between the M and Fi High School and the LindsayWilson Training School was one of the best games played here this season The score was eight to six in favor of the former team ten innings being required t1decide the contest We have agreed to receive wood from Several iri payment for subscriptions ana unless it is delivered in a few weeks other arrangements will be made as we intend to get in enough to run through the winter Our cellar will hoJOaU thatis necessary Bring it on if you have agreed topay that way Another ye rsofarali makingside walks in Columbia has been swept from the calendar of time Every de sirable improvement can not besecured in a year but that of making good walks is one Jthat has been too long delayed Ireparationought to be made forn aarlysmd extensive building of walks nextyciur Columbia is too slow on walks and too jreU contented with deep wellUndhi bbidtet I rr O1t Wid b4 ti Hiram Marcum of Clinton county was acquitted in the Federal court in Lbuisville last Saturday afternoon after moneyJudgethat Marcum did not know the money againstHogardcounterfeit money was passed to the next term an important witness being absent Mr L B Hurt is having som trouble trying fancydeepdrill 89i feet before abandoning the first well He said that he was led on t that depth after passing 45 feet by th remarks of friends who would telfof pressingjustgive up At any rate the second well is now beidg drilled and even if water is found at a moderate depth yet it will be rather expensive when the en tire outlay is footed up but that is a chance every man must take who seeksSwell water f Obituary I On Friday morning October 6 1905 about 7 oclock the death angel visited the home fAK and JenetteL Stone andclaimed as its victim their loving and beloved son Jesse Allen aewas afflicted with typhoid fever AH that loving friends and medical skill could do was done but to no avail The Lords will must be done Jesse was born November 4 1886 died October 6 1905 making his age 18 years 11 months and 2 days He numbered his friends by his acquaintan ces Brother T J Campbell preached his funeral in the presence of a large audience of sorrowing friends and reT atives and his remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground He leaves a father mother five sisters and one brother and a host of friends and relatives to mourn his loss May they trust in Jesus who is able to save Jesse was a young man highly respect ed oy all who knew him He was tc have been married to a highly respect ed lady of Sparksville in a short time Why the Lord called him from them so young we cannot tell but he doeth all things well May the Lord comfort the young lady in thissad hour of bereavement To the loved ones we wouldsay live Chistian lives so when death comes we may be prepared to spend eternity together in heaven A FRIEND Spectator please copy Family Skeleton 411 Many apersons family skeleton i state of weak digestive organs inh ited from careless ancestors The s jeton can be laid to rest by Dr G wells laxative Syrup Pepsin ter do so at once otherwise it will you daily and keep you in con misery and in danger from worse co plications SyrupPepsin isa speci for indigestion constipation headac and biliousness Try it Sold by J Page of Columbia andRB VOl of Cane Valley at 50c and LQQj eyback if it fails onesbouldattendItS rf J I fittJt f r rcd Cli r l 1 tw y i 4 b r t 1 t I fl 4 t t J i1v fa t fl1 jt J rHE ADAIR OUNTYNEwSCOUUIrIBIA d KYOCTOBE1i1819 i Plf1pp t AH 13MLER Pres C W COLE Mangr THEO REG pxNU VPres f N ew Farmers Home HteJ T PYNE FRED W TBES J srBuilders Flour Grist Cement acid Rock Ciushers REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED f No i E ST Freston LOUISVILLE pet be PARTS W IN MILL and 60 1861INCORPORATED 1889 MILLWRIGHTS MACHINISTS I Mills- Distilleries of To in STREETCARiACILITIES TPYNE SUPPLY and Iron and i 1301THlRTHEENTH MAIN ST- SIJOUISVILLB KENTUCKY Direct dour Thoughtsto US1i FOR PRING CFIRPTS RUGSa LINOLEUMS flATTlNQS DRAPERIES HUBBUCH BROS 24526528 WHarketSt LOU LL KY DBHLBR BROTHERS 116 StreetkLOUISVILLE KENTLfCKY Carry all Heights in Stock SEND FOR- CATALOGUE I I RRICES ilrtP t LJ r a c F I I DILLER BENNETT CQ i AND IN Furniture Chains and Matesesf 527 MAIN STREET Bet Fifth and Sixth MARKET Above KY nesc Baulpt 100 Das betel THitlteD States TO ALL OF PKEST HAROWICK Secrv ESTABLISHED AND Jobbing Work Solicited New Sheet Tank Work No and YOUR AND S V E East Market AND MANUFACTURERS WHOLESALE DEALERS WEST Streets 400422 CITY Louisville 10j PATTERSON HOTELJKTVeSXCDiflZN rCY g No better place can be found than at the above named hotel is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied wit the best the market affords Feed Stable in connection J B PATTERSON UTICA LIME COMPANY INCORPORATED WHOLESALE DEALERS IN t 1r Lime Fire Brickf Louisville Cement The Famous Black o Diamond or other brands Fire Clay Portland Cement J Standard Brands American and Imported CSewer Pipe Plaster Paris Plastering Hair Etc 4 BnqplriesJorprices invited OtdrsPomptly Filled oYfN L WflEHT 566f6tar and TF6asiiF6r 421 West Main eettILLJ1Jf lEi KN TQJ YJ- t LJ J 9t i r JOHN PAUL JONES i Remains of the Founder of the iAmerican Navy Delivered to the United States THE OCCASION WAS VERY UNIQUE I The Ceremony Was One Combining Impressive Dignity With Brilliant Military and Naval Pomp 4 In the Presence of High Dignitaries Of France and Diplomatic Repro sentatives of Foreign Nations 9 the Transfer Was Made futoOrParis In the presence of the highest dignitaries of Fiance the diplomatic representatives of many for eign governments arid civil and naval officials of the United States the body of Adm John Paul Jones Was formally delivered to the United States govern ment The Ceremony was one combin ing impressive dignity with brilliant military and naval pomp in which the soldiers and sailors of France and the sailors of America united inrendering honors to the illustrious founder of the American navy The occasion was unique and prob ably without parallel as the funeral was thatof a revblntipnairy hero who had lain neglected for more than a hurded years Seldom has an event awakened such widespread interest in the French capital Dense throngs packed the Elysees and other principal thoroughfares to witness the imposing cortege which for the elaborateness its military feature equalled the mar tial display on the occasion of the visit Of King Alfonso ICasket Flagrceremony of delivering the body was held in the American church on the Avenue de lAlma The inner of this gothic edifice was beautifully tltheliterailyburied in masses of floral emblems The French government had taken charge of the arrangements and cuissiers of the foreign office wearin- imPressivesilver chains acted as ush ers At the right of the alter sat Ambassador McCormick Senior Special Ambassador Porter Junior Special Ambassador Loomis United States Senator Henry Cabot Zovdge Rr Adm bee and other officers of the America squadron Across the aisle sat Pre mier Rouvier with other members o his cabinet practically the entire dip lomatic corps and officers of the army and navy The diploRmatic corps were in full uniform Scores of American sailors in th naves on eitherr sidedf the altar gav a fitting background to the imposing scene After brief religious services Gen Porter wearing evening ess ac cording to the French custom with the red sash of the Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor across his breast gad yanced alongside the casKet and formally delivered the bOdyto Mr Loomis as the representative of the Unite- States go vernment who accepted ittn the name of the government and corn sloped Adm Sigsbee to transport it9the United States MwCountryTs of Thee As the surpliced choir took up My Country JTis of Theeii the entire as semblage arose i and join 1t in the strains of thepatriQlic hymn Eight brawny sailors from the Brooklyn then stepped forward and raising he cas Let on their shoulders bore it slowly from the 4hurch tOLthe waiting uii carriage There it was draped with the national colors and was drawn by six black i6rses N ArrLving at the Esplanade des Invali des an Jmpoqingvpicture was pfent 69 They French government ha I o witih s martial emblems andbattle axes e twined fag aiid arow of brass fie pieces along the frcoit Nearby leon the gilded dome of tire tomb of roseI The casket yas deposited in the center of the pavilion while the cortege passed rendering military honors Later it was borne to the Invalided rail funezhal American sailors it was started foi Cherbourg RUSSIAN CRUISER ELENA It Is Denied That There Is Trouble Aboard the Warship TTheofficers of theinterned Russian cruiser Lena deny the published stories that there is trouble aboard thee warship Some of the men wanted paroles to return their relatives in Russia but their r quest could not bet grIted at the pre5 ent time The men have been dense- shore leave during the present unse tied conditions in Russia There art absolutelji no weapons on the Lena Two QyDrowned Pittsburg 4 Harry Walker aged i8 years and Alex Worrell aged 12 were drowned in the Yough1 riyer near McKewpprL The boys gone to the river for a swim Their bodies were recovered r f i I JffJJ ii ii t rr J GREATEST SWINDLER HERE Perpetrator of frauds fojourming in America Writes Story of v His Life B r1iftGeorge Manolescu who claims to be the worlds greatest swindler has published a remarkable autobiography He says he was born it Bucharest awaytoirresistible tendency to crime and perpetrated many astute frauds in the ar1lvedatAthensquested the Roumanian consul to send him home The consul refused whereupon Manolescu attempted suicide in the cpnsulate and was conveyed to a hos pital The queen of Greece took an interest in him and visited his bedside ntil hV recovered Her majesty then paid his fare home Shortly before his eighteenth birth day Manolescu swindled his way to Paris and perpetrated so many successful frauds that he was able to rahorsese A year later he was sentenced in Paris to four years imprisonment for perPetrating frauds involving E40 000Leaving the prison at the age of 23 he assumed the title of Prince La liovary and resumed a double career Outwardly he was a rich society man moving in the best circles and living in extravagant style S he was perpetrating frauds committing burglaries and enriching himself by crime He married a woman belonging to the German aris tocracy and was a prominent figure at Monte Carlo winning and losing thousands of pounds After a decades of successful swin ding he was arrested at Berlin and imprisoned in a madhouse asa dangerous lunatic He escaped and after committing a series of burglaries in Berlin Dresden and other German towns he finally escaped to America where he is now living GRADUATE IN OLD CLOTHSa ofda Training Institution stugone young man graduated from the Kansas recentSy the second class of graduates from tnis new inI Stitution Whichnass thE andIthe history of Kansas a studeufgraduated ill work blouse and jumpers and the graduates instead of delivering ore ofeasePn the latformhad been equipped sa wood turning latlie fitted up with a motor connected with the power cable A woodworking bench had also been placed on the platform with a com plete complement of woodworking stools A cookery table had also been theddemonstration in class work was that of joinery by Miss Grace Evans rl Columbus ice cream making by Miss Dora Bumann of fieldIlIjwoad turning by Arthur Myers of Wef City cake baking Misses Elenor toVeall of Fort Scott and Elizabeth WeStles of GreatBend At the close of the class son Presi nprmalliaddress to the class Judge L B Kifc logs of Emporia secretary of tIstate board of regents presented t1 diplomas to the members Of the a1GUNNERS GREAT j All Naval Records Beaten by Man on J Battles p BeiituckYTJho Stito r Target Every dime ofdgetOO1yardsmarvelous recordbreaking perform ance of one of the gunners on the battleship Kentucky in the practice maneuvers oil Sandy Hook of Rear Admiral Robley D Evans fleett That the wonderful shooting was not merely luck upon the part of the gunner is shown by the fact that an other gunner made 13 hits out of 14 shots A trifle over four seconds for each shot w sthe time limit on all Qf the shooting The wonderful ef fectiveness of this gunnery can be un derstood from the utterances of Ad miral Eva himself He said I1 we had been firing at an enemy there wouldnt have been any enemy left in a half hour The performance has never been soegun shooting ever accomplished in terrificctJapanese fleet was achieved through far less accurate work Merely Visiting at Columbus In Ohio when abanker friend digap pears at is not considered good form ishtdhell be back again on his nat heath 1niabouiH ar htt a d tf1r iJ J jh 1iwv fw tlI I 41 9 I l Jtt tff i f 1 = i J 1t1Il ea r oa1 W D KINGGR UMNHeNcHevcROsS COMPAhIY INCORPORATED iMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF E DRY GOODS iDRESS GOODS k LADIES FURNISHINGS AND S7 1v NOTIONS CLOAKS ETC IIL Merchants who may want to see Mr King will call the Exchange Columbia Ky 000000000 INSURE TNrTtHE CONNECTICUT LIFE INSUR tANCE COMPANY I Mutualf A policyholders Company Its Expense Account ln s always been the I lowJest It t earns and pays the largest annual dividends It furnishes PERFECT PROTECTION at the COST J ILOWEST information J APPLY T Orw WL SMITH I kJE MUEEELL GENERAL AGENT I r Columbia Ky Louisville Ky byTheS cultivatedIf in the v SAVINGS DEPARTriENT OF I The Louisville Trust l Company Southwest GornerJFifth and LOUISV ILLS XYwhereyour savings will lraw compound interest youwellrFora veiy small Sum you can rent a Box or Drawer intlie FireandB rglar roof Vaults t yourIsecuri papers secure s fire burglars accident or relessnee Itis authorized By its Charterto fill every position of trust that can be held by an fndi vidual and the security is much greater Its officers will be pleased to give the business matters in which you are interestedany Enterprise CHAS CANS BRO Props 234 to 242 Market Street Bet Floyd Presto t LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY RATESl PER DAY Absolute satisfaction Guaranteed Spacia 4ates to regular boardersi r r r rIf i Do You aC1 XX HOMEtro we can furnish you oneany kind you V for sale a great variety of farm dwelling mness houses and basiness propositions J1 housesIJDO YOU WAjrr A FARM us what kind of a place you are looking for what improvements where located how much you willing to invest aldanYother pertinent information Isize have farms of all SIzes and prices and we certain to interest you if you are on the market A card will bring you one of Our printed lists GMral KentiiGlui Real Estate Company I LEBANON KENTUCKY I CC0000 OCLbOQOCO t DRJAMES MENZIEj ColumbiaK f Hotel F Want Ih AT RESIDENCE OFFICE PHONE 35 I0L t i osTEQPcITJ1Y 4J t v r 11l e eltatiOn and EXainin U nt1 t t A f eat O LIoe11nt4 1 j cisf igs ifV V ixi rF ft OJN jru i r t t y fJ t i1i Jf J tJl fii fri y rj YJ r5 t 1 1 t r J i 7 1 y i m iI lJ fftfi wI w 1i X r ff j r I t t I t fIr f i hpcitr iI 9b y I I tI I 1 JA t t J tlt 1 Jtj rft J 7 I tI t1 P lh 1I Ir r t r I r 1 ir1ij r t t iC r4 to k ii li4 I 1r t t1-W r1- ql f1i THE AACOJNTY NEWS COLUMBIA rKY OCTOBER 18 1905 r 4 r f Address JOHN SEBASTIAN Pass Traf Mgr Rock Island Systemi I CHICAGO r sort but and gOQ s e Columbia xxxxo t REFRESHING and I The DURING 1905 THERE WILL BE ATTRACTIVE DE PARTMENTS ALL GOING- TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPERS v MAIL RATES Daily CourierJournal 1 ijear6Da- I1 and Sunday 8 yeeklu year i 7 COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KT By a Special Arrangement you can get v RtAIR COUNTY NEltfS An Eight Page Local Paper TAND THE WEEKLY both one year for only 1 This is OC subscriptions only- All subscriptions under this qoinbina5tio- offer must be sent t QUg The f tA f J 4 A 0 l Jfb it r rr4f a mEl f To the Pacific Coast to California Oregon Washington roundtrip long transit and return limits liberal stopover rivileges q The rate is practically on the basis e one fare for the round- trip Of course if you wish to visit both California and Oregon or Washington the cost is slightly moreSThese reduced rates are in effect on ertain dates in months of May to October inclusive They apply from all Eastern points via Chicago St Louis or Memphis gateways The Rock Island System will takeyou upin either Chicago ortLouisor at hundreds of other Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through Standard or Tourist Sleepers wiU service The Rock Island also affords a choice p routes on the Scenic route you can stop off Colorado see Salt Lake Cityvisit Yellowstone National Park onthe Southern route you can go via El Paso thru New Mexico then tup coast to San Francisco and on to Portland or Seattle if desired In short these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good- chance to see our western country in a comprehensive manner If you desire to go only as far as Colorado there are excursion rates in effect to that section and return all summer long specially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 and August 30 to September 4 Extension trips to Ogden or Salt Lake and return at low cost also From September 15 to October 31 1905 oneway IItoutht or tickets will beon sale to California and Northwestabout half regular fa- rek If interested send name and address on this coupon designating which booklet wanted and to what point you plan to go Name probable date cf start also so we can advise definitely with respect to rates etc Send Colrad booklet and ratesCalifonua Name SAudzesi Leave about- Deatiaatio tltt x a xj n tNot the something bright Pri1tfi niiiand distinctive that will attract the eye rsell your kind you haye been looking for 1Tine News Ky Dfi XOD O mD J ffJ = DELICIOUS cca Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When pot and weary it iml parts vigor energy 5c at soda fountains anji inbottles 5c Gourir Journal MANY lijear the COURIERJOURNAL 50 idaif Nows t 1adfr h f llcelledDiningCar in colonist JOHN EUBAN BLACKSMITHS AND WOODWORKMANv i CANE VALLEY KENTUCKY Elorse shoeing and Buggy repairing specialities Give him a calL action guaranfeed Stone Stone AttorneysAt4aWS JAMESTOWNKENTUCKYWill courts in this and adjoining counties oSpecial attention given collections 1W1LMORE mmn J FrsIass Table Good Sample Rooms j FedtableKesoNabl Rats wl1 WILM i IR- Oj9villCciclcY k j C45 ri ff 1 l itJtIc4S 1i JAMES TRIPLETT DENTIST ii JI OLUWB1 Av i KENTUCKY i OFEicEik JEFFRIES BLOCK J ir j i m p Pared to fix Pumps Tinwork Woodwork and all specialtyHHorseshoeing and Blacksmithing t Mm prepared to do your buggy repairing on short notice l LOCATION tWATER STREET 1e tJ WADE H OBANKS t 1 L ri1efg1b t is pleased with that monument soldor we tffu tmveW your order and we will ple4se you topOur prices are lowest toH get stclasar Qrk and material Write us a card and we will call and ph r pupurj designs and sam f plesfmarble iugranite- vy3p Ei SiHMsBROS t LirV 4Campbellsville +Y t lii rj t i5g5SSI l fiJl1 4117lo r r7 ri 1f J 1r I t Yf JT i 1 ff i f i aiUseMeet your prol3lwfth an ef fortof the mind Meet difficulties diyour your appointments with an effort of the will which is dolof the brain Devote your energies to main taih mental alertness Remem ber that that brain inside your skull contains all your hope for the future all you possibilities of usefullness as well as pleasure since there alone sensation and real activity exist Wise reading is important for reading feeds the brain But earnest eonpentrated thinking is infinately more important since thinking exercises the brain p Andas exercise and the quality of exercise areeven more important to our bodies than food so thinking aTi d exercise of the brains faculties are infinately more important than reading Use your brains to succeed andS above all i se your brains to act thea depresirig and discourag effects of failure Do hot worrY about the superior achievements of others You have no cause for worry unless fails to bring you up to your highestpossible degree of mental development =M ass a chusetts Ploughman Lat Hope Vanished When leading physicians said that W M Smithart of Pekin Ia had curable consumption his last hope van ished but Qr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds kept him out of his grave He says This great specific completely cured me and saved my life Since then I have used it for over ten years and consider at a marvelous tqroat and lung cure Strictly scientific cure for Coughe Sore Throats or Colps sure prevntive of Pneumonia Guaranteed 50c and 100 bottles at T E Paulls drug store Trial bottle free Dairy Notes A little garden horn fed to your cows now would enhance the flow v of milk A poor coy will stand abuse as it doesnt make much difference with her butthe highly bred nerJ vous dairy cow must have careful humane treatment Money invested in a firstclass cow is a paying proposition She man cost 150 hut if worth the money she will soon niore than pay big interest on the invest merit o A cow can be over fed and misJ fed Cows have a large storage capacity for roughness The kind of roughness being fed needs to1 be taken into consideration the concentrates are selected and fed Cowsjare much more apt to hold up milk if they have a calf at milkIng time than if milk ed without calf JJJh most satx isfactory wayis to milfc the cow without the calf Raise4 the calf onskiramjlk Sickness Sheep A sheep is peculiar in respect to its and retaining the brightnessof the eye while it is gradually being wasted by dis ease until it dies at the feed trough When a sheep loses fleshJ nd 3itingdisease it is probable that it is 1intestinesIff the skin is pale and the eye unusually bright this isstillmore probable If the eyes are yellowish and the skin a yellowish cast the di ease fs in the liver lnh liunigis soft and fa fetid p krthe dietiveprgthIs are iri volve j oir trv If the urirli thicK or of nun 1fru l8 ppearane of r4s 5 l it f r JtWp 1 j 4 SPta L lfjj tx7 i y S ijfr 4ttbe kjdneysor liver may be iIspect dSAll these disorders maybeac companied by a loss of fleshaff r afgradual wasting The Divine Trustee Once there was a mine owner whosespeciality was getting outS coal by proxy and seiling it force When asked why he isist ed on squeezing the men who mined the coal and squeezing the people who had to buy it thisi Mine Owner swelled up Pouter Pigeon ond exclaimed Away you common man Be hold I am a Trustee of Divine Providence appointed to admin ister just such affairs as these Your impertinence must be duly punished therefore the price of your coal is increased 1 on a tonWhen the employers of this Mine Owner seeding relief from hard conditions asked the em ployer for an eight day he threw his hands aloft and rolled his eyes upwardand until the whites looked like a sheet of white paper behind a couple of knot holes Impossible he gasped That would mean a curtailment of production and that would entail needless suffering and mis ery upon the poor who must have coal Having met with a curt refus al the employees returned to the mines but before they could make blast there came an order from the Mine Owner closing down the mine Why is it thus 1 queried the employesWe are accumulating too large a stock thereby glutting the market ruining prices and endangering profits replied the Mine Owne- rMoralJfyou are determed to get the money by hook or by crook you will have no trouble in providing the crookedness Ex- Made a Hit When Dr W B tialdwell the sage of Monticello first prescribed his great remedy for indigestion constipation and biliousness now known as Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin its success was so great that it made an instant hit Sinde then it has been used all over the world and has never falefl to duplicane its first successes Try it Sold by J N Page of Colum bia and IL B Wilson of Cane Valley 50c and 100 Money back if it fails The Lemon Cure From a correspondent to Home and Farm is taken the following which is termed the lemon cure for consumption rut a dozen whole lemons in cold water and boil until soft not too soft roll and squeeze until all Palatablelanddrink dozen a day Should they cause pain or looseness of the bowels lessen the quantity and use five or six until better then beginI and use a dozen again time you have used five or six dozen you will begin to gain strength and appetite Of course as you get better you need not diIrectionsfangretitif there is any help for faithfUllYfWeboth the patients were given up physicians and were in the ast stages of consumptIonyetI both were according to directions here stated One lady in partiul r was hadJriedcould procure but all in vain when to please a friend she valpersuaded to usegtliem InE ry and in Al1pl slie weighed 140 pounds She is a strong woman now and likely to live as long as- janyofusl 55a kt 1 t I TO EDUCATE JCBINESE T UNCLE SAMS CASH wILL IAYi rVF Celestial Kingdom Intends to Use for Enlightenment Sum Due on Boxer Indemnity If United I States Waives Claim WashingtonHundreds of lit1e Chinese boys may soon begin washing their round yellow faces every morn andijienschool books under their arms because of a promise President Roosevelt has just made This promise is that he will recommend to congress in his next annual message that the United States government relinquish its claim to 22000000 the balance due on the indemnity for losses during the Boxer uprising The United States it is said never intended to accept so large an indemnityAt of the Boxer rebellion this country was anxious that the European nations should exact only moderate sums which would not tax China beyond her power to pay She did not want to see China weakened by taxa tion and left unable to develop her own national strength and resources She was anxious too that China should not be obliged to pay her debts in ter ritory In order to carry out this policy she hadset herself the United States fixed her own claims at the exorbitant fig ure of 25000000 She then poposed to the European powers that they should all accept a reduction of their claims the amount due the United States to be reduced at the same rate This proposal the powers refused to listen to Consequently the United States had to support her demand O- f25000600which it is said was 22 000000 more than the actual cost of transporting and maintaining troops plus the damages to merchants and missionariesPresident Roosevelt has discussed the proposition of canceling the claim with the Chinese minister at Washington and China herself has made a happy suggestion which helps to solve the difficulty She t has offered to ap propriate to the cause of Chinese edu cation both in public schools and in providing to send capable students abroad the amount which would have been paid the United States The progress whirh China has been making in education and other re forms leaves it practically certain that her promises will be carried out The empress dowager has begun to see the advantages of western education and is encouraging students to go abroad She has set an example by ordering that the princes of the imperial house be prepared to go abroad to complete 1their education One will go to Japan one to Europe and one to the United States V HOBO RESCUES YOUNG GIRL Tramp Stops Runaway Horse dnd Saves Young Woman from Peril Kiss and Gets It 11Asks A kiss was the reward demanded by a tramp who rescued Miss Blanche Farley a pretty young member of the Belfield Country club one of Philadelphias most exclusive suburban organizations when her horse became unmanageable on tho way to her home in Uockland street near Twentieth She was just preparing to jump when a man shabbily dressed a typical hobo stepped out of the WOOlS anyone side of the road broughtIFarley was profuse in her thanks and noticing the mans condition produced ITo purse her surprise the hobo appeared of fended No thanks lady dont want money Yours is the first wcm- ans face lve seen in two weeks Ive been freighting from the west You remind me of some one I knew out there May I hiss you Miss Parley was surprised and hesitated Finally she acquiesced and held up her lips SELLS ALL RIGHTS FOR 1 ft Wife in Des Moines Agrees to Un usual Prenuptial Contract Waives All Claim vrV DesMoines IaThat wives may be1 bad for one dollar apiece has just beeir coni ceipt of which is acknowledged Irene Caster an amiable Des Moines woman Ihas waived all claim to property or and has become the wife of Herbert B Ridgley a retail house furnishing merchant of this city The contract recitesurn consideration ot the intended marriage and of the couSsideration of one dollar duly paid such sum is to be accepted in full settle ment of all money Platters temporary alimony or permanent alimony and she agrees to execute a quitclaim deed toaHber rights to property upon demand r r Most of Him Bad That New Jersey criminal with tieII dual personality has been senten ed to 30 years Evidently the jury thoughtSthe evil section Of his personaliwaScoMlderaWj the larger part 4ISS5 S5 f1 i rIqt1K t Z l 4 L li t ic f111 1rtt y fi Jl J 4 i t d 4 r- iity1 t 5 J I r tt r I 1tr 6 F j t iti i f t 1Ji iz 2w y bj pj f r tiy r I 4 7ft 18Zi r Ji 4iQ t iF R IfrC riQi TTHE jpAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 18 1905 T j j J 4 H CORR3SPONp3NCEIS 1 1ADAIR J AND ADJOINING COUNTiES pflP4 4 I 44444444 t I s iiBLISSI MLGrissom is slowly im I proving Squire John Pennington I quite sick Mrs T R Price has been in poor health for two weeks Prof Robt Dohoney is pro gressing nicely with his school Wheat sowing ht still in progress the rains having interfered r Mrs Harriet Walker of Chica go visited the family of G Whit Flowers last week The spelling at Montgomery school house near here night was largely attended i Misses Ellen and Josie Walker of Rocky Hill neighbordood spent last Sunday at G W Flowers Miss Valonia Sandidge aecom by Miss Banett of fireensbur was at home Saturday and Sun day Mrs A L Mell returned Monday to her home in Greenville after several days visit to her old home heleI Mrs W M Wilmore and son Austin Mrs D A Grady daughter Mis Alta were visitors here Sunday evening John Troutman is quite a walk er Last Saturday he made the distance from here to Breeding about 15 miles of hilly country in three and onehalf hours IRE Tandy bought of W G Turner a farm near here con taining 58 acres for 550 This is aportion of what is known asI the Joe Dohoney old homestead The singing at Union Sunday conduct d by Stepp Brosras largely attended from all sur rounding communities It is I unnecessary to say that a boun tiful dinner was spread and the music well rendered A cold vave struck us Wednes day unusually late for the seas on and fiteshuge oneswere a necessity in its wake The following morning the first touch of frost came along nipping the the vegetation to a considerable extent Dodgers Baker have recent ly sunk two wells near here one at R G Prices and the other at Elzy Swings of color striking good flows of water at the depth of 50 feet each At the latter place strange as it may seem I there was plenty of good water for the first few days then it went dry UJ- F7IRPI7Y Mrs W CLoy is no better Cassins Rowe visited relatives at Greensburg Mss Gyrtie Tartar is visiting at L L Sanduskysh Basil Chapman our merchant It having a nice trade Hay McAlister fell and badly bruised his arm last Sunday i WintGriderattendedconfer enee at Mt Pleasant Sunday W H Hammond is having a f varanda added to his dwelling I r The wagoners at this place areJ very busy at this season hauling staves ede ateat Republican t ThUrsday evening was well at o tenaed i tJi ff r Our farees r every busy tij4 ivit Iv5 v jP1S iS IMII t I tt 1 making molasses and sowing wheat IWesley Bennet gQtL his mashed in a stave bucKer seyeral days ago John Cummings and 4fof Sparksville were here one days last weekSMrs Hallie McAlister and child ren visited at Robert Gadberrys last Sunday Jesse Stone son of Abe Stone died on the 6 of October at near ly 19 years of age I Mrs ZL Samuels and daughter Miss Jennie visited Jlrs W C Loy one day last week Misses Jennie Samuel and Iva Loy attended the Singing at Con cord last Sunday evening- Ed Turner is wearing a pleas ant smile this Week qver the ar rival of a new girl at his home Mrs S L Bennett and child ren have just returned from a pleasant visit to her father in AlbanyI The singing conducted by Prof Ollie Bennett at Mr Athen Fletchers last Mondaynight was well attended Rowes X F2O7SDS Bill Cook and Jim McKinley have bought a new wheat drill 1Mrs Willis Blakey js very sick this week with heart troubleS Terry Kelsey has returned from the West and located at Rowes XRoadsSRev Bascomb Grider of Esto is at home this week He is lo cated in the Burkesville circuit y The funeral services of Mrs Jesse Lawless who died last Saturday was conducted by Rev Bascomb Gridr The children of Mr Frank Hale gave him a birth day dinner the 11 of this inonth All his children were presentand allvhad an enjoyable time The following is the Stationing- Conmiitteesreport of the United Brethren Conference held last week at Mt Pleasant Aair county Louisville District W R Gen try P E SI Louisville StaJ D Harris BenvieW W B Seymore Victoria Henry Craigg I Columbia DistrictA Whitten PE Glenville sta C R Dean Glenville cirJ B Rasner Liberty T J Gibbon Forrest CottageJ K Wright AlbanyT D Hay A 6iEdmonton F M Winfrey v Thompkinsdlle T R Haganj W R Lynn A R Blakey Jv M Turner and J F Turner District Evangelists Thomas Hadley Field Evange list rT COBURG It has been solong since Lhave seen a letter from this part of the country I am afraid the readers of the Adair County News have forgotten there is such a place as Coburg the place pur CaneyFork correspondent gave an account of some time since By the way what Has become of the Caner Fork correspondent looked for his obituary several months ago butfte revived came again with a goode long letter giving us reatjhpiii of his future But heis wnaderablv in the ba k nitnoVtaIflaife idus about him Well Igii s fee is counSir the bus n8S house of thi sohecanel1 how 1 c i j ffiflg 1Lvt l t t l iIh sSf it fli r f iJf t r o i yfr 1i ji1 1 fo r r 1 iti Sx dto i r tt1tC iF 1 jt the town is progressing j Since my last letter the business of Coburg has been increas ed but an electric planthas not yet been installed neither have we water put in water works This community is hospitable and in order that my statement maybe verified friends are in vited to call SThe marble game now on is exciting and I willclose 5tf0 S RoM Sharj V0S a MITEIhaveS been on the sick list butIboth are better at this Rev 114M Shouse is at Grove this week conducting a protracted meeting for Rev Jf E Edwards Mrs Eliza Estes arid her sister Miss Lela Tomlinson of Somer set are visiting Miss Mattie Estes Dr I S Wesley of Liberty was here Friday to see Mrs John Hague who na 3 been dangerous lyill r ft1 There seems to bebut little in terest manifected in the election which is close at hand Candi dates are giving these parts a wide birth Mrs Rev H M Shouse has or ganized a childrens meeting at the Baptist church which she is making quite interesting to the little folks Mrs T S Benson has on ex hibition a pumpkin she raised in her garden that tips the beam at 81 pounds It is a great curiosi ty even to old pumpkin raisers Rufus Taylor who was fined in the Justices court here last May went to Liberty Tuesday land delivered himself to Jailer Brown He told us as he went down that he had had sickness in his family and had been unable to make the money to pay the fine and had concluded to go to jail to pay it Joseph Williams is at home after an absence of more than 15 years He has been in the service of the IJ S most of the timeI during hisabsence and has service in Porto Rico Cuba and the Philippine Islands Cense quently he has seen much of the world He is a pleasant conversationalist and takes great pleasure in telling you of what he has seen Mr Williams is son of Capt B Williams and his return home has brought real joy and gladness to his aged father T am writing this letter merely to show you that I have not altogether forgotten the News have hailed every one I met for a week with the hope of obtaining something for publication With only the result of picking up as you see a few personals The task of getting up a letter for publication at a burg like this more difficult than some seem to think o e i GRADYVILLE Mrs Didd1Biagis visiting at Knob Lick 5IJ- We had plenty of rain the first of the week I LM Wilrnr vas quite sick lastweeki v rfarmers are a1OutHhrough sowiri wheati y J A piddle is making aflrsfc class miller Austin Wilmore accompanied Mr Murphy to Edmonton Smitfr ISTell are Jrit Itjpuisyille with a carload of faifeattle ln to the wife of WaltrJon- on s the tl1a 12wund boy i Born to the wife bfD C Copm- eron the 12tha11pound boy t AT Shi lifJJt1fe it 1 k so 7 i S3rftSi rtJ tr JIs i iIrIi 34i JiYtj3 r f zP f J t j 1tot rs 7 t F I Pl4 t tC1i i r rf 1tJ relatives in Columbia last week Gypsies spent several days here telling fortunes airicf trading horses Nf it ti 4v Mrs Yirdie pmpsbn has been confinedtO fei room with fever y Misses Clara Wilmore ahd Mollie Flowers spent Saturday in Co lumbiaSmith Nell and C S Bell were in Greensburg last week on business I r JW walker of Joppa was here on busirtss the first of the week Prof Bandy is teaching a sing ing school at Big Creek church near here W H Murphey of Louisville spent a few days last week with our tobacco men I Thos Yates of East Fork spent Saturday night vithhis daughter Mrs Bum Hill vi J T Hamilton Walker ros1 and RufusPulliam were with ourx business men last veekJ J D Walker of Columbia was here thefirst of the week defiv ering cattle to Smith Nell J P Caldwell and family of Portlandvisited the farnilo R L Caldwell Saturday night and Sunday j TIfIOVelsIn Lodge Mr Sam Henry well known tobacco man of Louisville was here shaking hands with his many friends the first of the week Miss Jessis Saylor a popular young lady of Montpelier visited the family of Dr S A Taylor during the last week Mrs C M Hindman spent several days at the bedside of her sick mother Mrs McCaffrey near Columbia last week L C Hindmon Sam Mitchell and J F Pendleton are out of employment since the gypsies left town Married on the 6th atthehome of the brides father MissCoom- er toMr Bert Sexton Rev John Roach officiating We are glad to note vthat the chldren of MrJ Hunter who have been confined several weeks with fe er arelmproyirig at this time rIitk V Mrs Harriet Walker who has been visiting here left Thursday for Glasgow to visit her brotKer Judge Rpbt Dohoney before returning home at Chicago H Q Moritgomery f Breed ing yvas shaking handsryith his many friends here orie dSty stl week and reported bu5iriess gobd in his section xJIr Rev John Roach ofJlastFork passed through herer last Satur lSlStRtracted meeting I l 4 Smith Selt Md DDavidsofi of Marrowbone 30 head of steers at 3 cents This is the nicest lot of cattle that has left here for sometime V fV Dfed on the 9tnMri Buiior Knob Lick with avcoj 1 ljc tipn of diseases She was a q ugh- trof Mr J B Dickspn oit hiS community Her jfuneral was preached by Rev Jdhii RO h and the remains Entered in bSej family burying ground PnrPrices eJPJberofChristian in the truest sense JL1URREI Btl d r tiCOLUMBIA tiEIcECornerboI1Mircth1i1 f hi 5i I 4 fjt i f 1 4I I 1iJi tI j nfL s i bt rd I H f iti J t 1t i tz rj t HoME PHONE 3189 CUMBERLAND THONE3454A e James Greene c FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS MATTINGS STOVES RANGES 4251 429 EAST MARKET ST 1 Bacons Old Store i IOUISVLLLE my lIi Jfi1 1 7i =7i XIX i Buggies Phaetons Runabouts Surreys I7- K 9 t fl 1z iEiT GREENSBURG KY tc 55 131E Has a contract 1i 0to sell l 500 Vehicles the jiof ml theeason and will sell at prices G 1 i7iElowerthan ever heard of for cash t j f Expects to receive a carload al t 1fEmost every week until all are izV1 Nitro The greatest agricultural discovery 11 r Culture in a thousand years Will grow alfalfa on almost any soil Write for catalogL k and full information 7i= 4 g WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBDRG KY 1K It V tI V It1IM Ii leii i Hardware Hardware 4- A full and complefe line of Hardware both floor and shelf goods Everything in this line used in this section WE ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF SADDLES AND HARNESS J j And all Goods of this order If you need a WAGON OT BUQQS You can get it on short notice We have a cellar full Ic t J CALL WHEN IN NEED OF j j Cooking Stove HeatingStove Pipe or anything in our line All kinds of I FftRMING MCfflNetfY We have recently addeda full line of PAINTS and OILSiEi fIIE GREEN SEAL LlfiDID PAINT 6V Shaveno superior Our line of Guns and Ammunition is up to the demands WIF JFiRI8SONi 44 GOTO Ei L HUGHES COtit S I 123 E Main St Louisville Kytr t THF A X f M I Quickest Shipper Of v 7 I i SashSi t 0fy r1 It 1 tsr r 1 Doors If it I 1 t t t It and Blinds t IN THEt BusiNsse4 i y- tWHENYOUWANT f t d aQ iWrpiJjtLtIItt2 JiI J 1h + 4 r IOIr5 c f r f r r i X Ii 44 44 Job Print uti S t 5 l k 1 4 h S 7f tf I 1o i tJIV i JitW 7f1y r VS during balance 4 i dis CARRY Leather vi tCALL TH NEWS JLO 1 iY iis