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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 i 1 1btLF1MtWdu ii VOLUME 8 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25 1905 NUMBER 49 POST OFFIOEDIBEOTOE J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days 730 L m to 830 Im COURT DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT Three sessions ft yearThird Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit JudgeII C Baker Commonwealths AttorneyA A Huddlertom SheriffF W Miller Circuit ClerkJ P Neat COUNTY COURT Pirat Monday In each month udger A MurrelL County At1m1eylu Garnett ClerkT K Stulta Jailer J K P Coaane f- Asse orJ F Pelly SurveyorR T McCaflEree School SuptW D Jones CoronerC M RuMelL Crrr COURT Regular court aecond Monday bi each month 1udgeJas G Eubank- AttomeyGordon Montgomery Marshal W A Myers OHUBCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN-yi BURKESVILLE SxRKCT Rev W C Clemeni pastor Services second and fourth Sundays In each month SundaySchool at 9 a m every Sab bath Prayermeetingevery Wednesday night METHODIST BuRKJESvmJi STRMT Rev P E Lewis pastor Services first and third Sundays In each month d SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9im PraYer- meeting Thursday night r BAPTIST GREKNSBUBG STREET Rev J P Scruggs pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday- School every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayermeetan Tuesday night SCHRISTIAN CAMPBELLSVlLLB PlKE Eld A L Oder pastor- S rvices second and Fourth Sundays In each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 Wednesdty nighta nu Prayermeeting 5LOIMiES MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A MRen1ar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night- S or before the full moon in each month SCordonMontgomery W M SE G Atkins Secretary SCOLMaIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month JAg GARNETT T L T RSTULTS RECORDERI COLUMBIA CHAPTER RAM No 7 meets Friday night after full moon T R Stults H P Horace Jeffries Secretary SFUSSELL SPRINGS Jas Snow is having erected a large building for his undertakers goods of which he has a good assortment The building- S to be two stories high The work is being done by Messrs Tnomas Bradshaw and Frank- Sames two good workmen t Mr W F Smith who recently came here from Texas has purr chased a nice house and lot of Rev Go Dehart Mr Smith came here that he might educate his children to his satisfaction Uncle Ben Wilson is work ing on his store house prepara toiy to enlarging his stock of I goodsSThe enrollment of the Academy jn is about 100 I Several of our citizens attended court at Jamestown last week L Riley Folev died suddenly last IFriday The cause of his death knownSTheRussell Springs hotel is do iing a good business notwith standing its changes in proprie tors TMr Robert Carson the popular forgery drummer of Phil was l izstt Ms regular scheduled imelis week Weall kno- wwbto look for Bob And jys see him too W A Richards of Eto wrmoved here for the pUrpose of educating his children i Family Skeleton Many a persons family skeleton is a I state of weak digestive organs inher ited from careless ancestors The skel eton can be laid to rest by Dr Gald welTs laxative Syrup Bet ter do so at once otherwise it will dog you daily and keep you in constant miMi7 and in danger from worse corn Syrup is a specific5 for indigestion constipstion headache IbthousneS f PERSONAL MENTION TIlE COMERS AND GOERS w Curt Hindman of Milltown was here SuedaySfan Curd of Horse Cave waS here last week Clyde Boston of Sulphur Well was here Sunday Squire Pennington is in a very critical condition Mr W T Price of Louisville is in town for a few days G T Conover and wife of Sewelton were here Saturday Mrs Eliza Willis of Cave City is visiting her friends in Columbia this week I J D Murrell who has been on the sick list for several days is now able to stir out The infantchild of Mr and Mrs Chat Browning has been quite sick for sev eral days Miss Ella May Flowers was visiting her sister Mrs M LGrlssomoi Bliss Monday Mrs G A Young of Cumberland county isvisiting her son arid family Mr R K Young near Columbia Mr Wm Irvin of Camp Knox was in town Sunday to attendchurch and to enjoy the singing at the court house Mr and Mrs J 0 Russell attended the RussellClark nuptials at Bowling Green TuesdaySMr and Mrs James Tucker and children of Pilot Point Texas are visiting relatives and friends in this county Mr Wm Irvine of Russell Springs was in Columbia Sunday and Monday visiting his daughter Mrs WH Wil son Mr W L Taylor eft this morning forNewMexico to buy land Mr Taylor will return in two or three weeks for the purpose of removing his family to that sunny clime LOCAL Jack frost infull force and effect touched lIP this section last Saturday night Call and see our line of clothing over coats etc NEAT HANCOCK STAPLES Our four horse power Fairbanks en ginerunslike a top and we are all feel ing happy in the News office The game of base ball played by the Columbia and Esto teams on the Lind sayWilson grounds last Saturday was fairly well attended and was one of the best games played in this town this season the score standing 10 to 7 in fa vor of the visiting team The Colum bia boys seemed to have a cinch on the game at the close of the sixth ining but the seventh was ushered in with a new pitcher Mr Barger a professional and then the tide turned and Columbia failed to make another score Neat Hancock Staples carry every thing that can be found ina firstclass store of General merchandise Try them and be convinced Mr Jerry Burbridge of the Fairplay section passed to his final reward last Saturday death being due to bowel trou- bleand old age Mr Burbridge was 75 years old and the lastmember of his fan- inyHe was a good citizen and leaves several children to realize the loss of a good father The funeral was preached byRev Thos Coffey Nearly every day we hear of someone seeking a dwelling in Columbia and at present no vacant houses and only two or three under course of construction for rental purposes If some of our young men would build some neat cottages the rents would bring a good interest and later on they could sell for a safe profit It is a good safe investment and one that will help the town as well Young man why tarry and allow some one else to grab this opportunity Attention You have a special invitation tcal and examine our new line of oAKS which we are nowjreceiving NEt Hancbck Staples i w Dr J H Grady is in Monticello Mr Scott Todd and wife called at the News office Monday MrJo Lane of Glasgow was in town last Friday v Rev Frank E Lewis of Hodgen ville is in townSMrs Annie Thorp who has been very sick is much better at this time- L C Hindman and family ofjGradj ville visited H A Walker Snnday Mr Wm H Walker is confined to his roomand is afflicted with dropsy W D King the popular traveling salesman reached Columbia Friday Dr R Y Hindman attended the Rus sellClark wedding at Bowling Green Miss Sarah Tandy is visiting Misses Lillian Robertson and Mae Montgom erySMiss Levee Sandidge and brother Dewitt of Bliss were in Columbia SundaySMrs Ed Merritt and daughters 19f Marshall Texas are visiting the fam ily of Mr J D Todd Mr W N Smith and Mr Creed Hood dropped their eighth dollar las Saturday for the News Mrs M L Grissom of Bliss is spending a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs J D Flowers of this cityMr and Mrs J C Hale of Russell Springs visited Mr Wm Francis and family near Bliss Saturday and Sunday On their return home a dollar- siV left with the News Mr R G Coffey who spent the sum mer at his old home in this town left for Dallas Texas last Friday where he has a good position Bob is one of our best young men and his many friends wish him well in the sunny clime of his Western home I have recntly purchased from W H Newby his stock of groceries and am now closing out cheap for cash This your opportunity FRANK SINCLAIR The protracted meeting at Cane Valley will begin next Sundaynight Bro- Oder the minister will be assisted by H A MO reof Demossville K- yProfRO Cabbell will have charge of the song service- Mr S C Strange has the oldest coin we ever saw It bears the date of 1304 which makes it 601 years old The de nomination is not known but it is aboUt the size of an American half dollar The inscription is as follows Sultanate of Brunei The probability- is that the government that made it has long since passed out of existence Dr Powell sometims lectures in his own city of Louisville and is always greeted by an audience of the most intelligent and cultured people At his last lecture in that city given a few months ago Mr Henry Watterson pre sided The people of Columbia and Adair county should certainly avail themselves of the opportunity of hearing this fearless forceful speaker one of Kentuckys most illustrious preachers and orators He will be at the Pres byterian church at 8 oclock on the evening of November 2 Laud Stock and Crops 000 Coifey Bros Young bought 8 head of mules at prices from LOO to 135S I 000 SN M Tutt bought of Flowers Bros a Thinrin Berkshire boar shoat for 5 000 W L Wialkersold 15 head of 1000 pound cattle to Durham iardesty at 3 cents Via8fi v aiQior ii RL Sm1hisolaM annle- J i Srnthe a hbusecaiid lot M8- near Co1unibia14OO 1 otl i I r ftc r L Grover Grissom bought a span of threeyear old mules from Wm Walker for 345 They are the big kind and still growing 000 Whit Copmer purchased a tract of land containing 11 or more acres from C M Herriford for 225 000 James Herron of Hatcher sold a nice bunch of 1300 pound steers to Durham Bros at 4 cents per pbuncL oOo George Cook bought of Jas T Page a small tract of land for 150 and will remove from Russell county to his new home in a few weeks 000- W G Turner bought the Downey Hughes farm from Frank Cobb of Milltown for 120 This property is located on Russell creek 000 In planting orchards buy freely of Wine Saps and Limber Twigs for winter use They are hardy trees annual bearers and the Ciimbertwig a long keeper 090 Hardesty Deering bought in the Cane Valley section 8 cattle from Robt Young at 3c 2 from Will Vanhoy at 3c 5 from Jake Bault at 3ic4fr6m J T Sublett 3J ane 1 from John Griffin at 3c 000- A W Pedigo and Allen Walk er will leave for the Sunny South Wednesday with the best load of Southern saddle and harness horses that has been taken to ward the equater from kentucky for many months 000 Wolford Bros of Casey Creek bought the timber on the New bold farm 3J miles from Colum bia some time ago and are now cutting lumber A 100000 feet have been put on sticks and 300 000 more to cut 000 R K Young sold 10 head of steers to Hardesty Peering of Cville for at 3 cents They pull the scales at 1000 pounds He also sold 8 ewe lambs to W E Frazier for 20 and 7 head of 800 pound steers to WB Rowe at 2j cents 000- C5 M Herriford of Bliss sold his farm containing about 196 acres to Mrs Sue Grissom and son Lee for 2500 and bought her home place for 1000 Mr Herriford also bought the gener al store of ML Grissom Co and the gasoline grist mill The invoicing of the stock of goods began Monday 000 Mrs Bettie Butler sold the farm known as the Frazier farm oI Messrs JH Young and R LI Smith for 11000 This farm is on the Colnmbia Cville pike- and consists mostly of fine bottom land It is one of the best farms in the county and parties ae to be congratulated on the deal 000 A W Pedigo of Glasgow bought several head of horses in this section last elrat fair prices His purchases are as follows One from Mont Conover at HO one from A B Hurt 150 two from A K Yxmng fdone frOm CofFey Bros lg 15- onefoom J A pMwoltJi 150 Jf t wprdm Mrs J4V Butler 230 Albirt Murray 120 3- fromAll eht Waltotajt j 95 125 and160r 1 1tt tbti wA y t Ordfnarily the pictures of fruit as exhibited by the agents ol nurseries are far beyond the true size and beauty of the fruit rep resented but this year there are many specimens that out look any pictures we ever saw The Wine Sap substantial and good surpasses the agents pictures while the La Conte and Keifer pears would make their pictures blush if such a thing was possible 000- R E Tandy Son bought from the following parties as follows 16 hogs from E A McKinley at 435 3 from H W Willis at 4 50 9 from H A Walker at 450 87 from Baker Snow at 450 40 from Mathew Armstrong at 425 42 from Wm Hurt at 435 2 from F A Rosenbaum at 425 25 from John Edmonson at 450 10 from Jake McKee at 4 and cattle as follows 8 from T Pow ell 2 60 cow from Lucien Moore for 25 50 cow from Perry Hut chinson 9 85 a bull from Ed Stotts 27 40 cow from J H Young for 20 2 heifers from J H Smith 31 30 and 5 head from other parties for 109 50 6 sheep from Preston Miller for 17 Louisville Live Stock Market CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers4 505 00 Medium to goodshipping steers4 00 4 50 Choice butcher steers375 4 25 Medium to good butchers3 00 3 75 Choice butcher heifers 3 00 3 50 Fair to good butcherheifers2 50 3 00 Canners i 1j200- Good to choicefeeders3 00 3 50 Common to medium feeders2 50 3 00 Good to extra stock steers 2 750J 3 Common to medium stock steers2 25 2 50 Good to choice stock heifers2 50 2 75 Common to medium stock heifers 2 00 2 25 Plain light mixedstockers2 00 2 60 Good to choice bologna bulls 2 50 3 00 Medium to good buUs2 00 2 50 Choice vealcalves5 75 6 25 Common to medium calves4 5 00 Choice to fancy milch cows30 00 35 00 Medium to good milch cows 20 00 25 00 Plain common milch coVs12 00 18 00 HOGS Choice pack and butch 200 to 300 Ibs 5 30 Medium packers 160 to 200 Ibs 5 30 Choice light ship 120 to 160 lbs 5 20 Choice pigs 100 to 120 lbs 5 15 Good pigs 80 to 100 lbs 5 00 5 15 Light pigs 50 to 80 lbs 4 25 4 50 Roughs 150 to lbs 425 4 75 SHEEP AND LAMBS Extra sUpping lambs 6 50 7 00 Fairtogood 275325 Common to medium 2 002 50 Bucks 150250G- ood to extra shipping sheep 3 504 00 Best butcher lambs 5 00 5 50 Fdir to good butcher lambs 4 50 5 00 Common tail end lambs 4 4 50 J7sesTE3ziN Circuit court has just closed a lot of cases has been disposed Of Judge Baker in his usual kind manner disposed justice in a very satisfactory manner The case of Commonwealth Lesley Moran charged with deal ing in green goods jury hung 6 and 6- Judge W S Stone and Bro A EJ Baugh of Monticello attended court last week Judge J S Cooper of Somer set was here on legal business last week Judge F R Winfrey Hon J F Montgomery Hon Rollin Hurt Grand Master James Gar nett and Surveyor McCaffrey of Columbia attended court last weekS Mrs Cash mother of Mrs A D Patteson is visiting her daughter Mrs Patteson A R Humble the Stave King atIMrs C L Winfrey of Somerset was visiting her father Capt helps James Snow of Monticello bought a fine saddle horse from We S Kenedaprice220 Several mules changed Tiands 1 Stweekil a pair of rQIi Mr i Collins of Montpelier John Beck of Lineoln county was visiting his many friends in Russell countySMiss Kate Simpson has gone to Eldorado Kans to visit her sis ter Mrs W A Eastham Mrs Francis Cook sister of H H Dunbar our circuit clerk died Monday was buried at the family burying ground Funeral services were held by Judge Stone of Monticello A D Patteson and 0 B But- run have each had a nice cistern put down last week Work done by a party from Albany The grand jury up to this writing have returned about 40 indictments 1 for murder 1 for forgerythe actions were for minor offenses Ed Hadley of Crocus was attending court last week Mrs A H Ballard who has been confied for some time with typhoid fever is much better anti will beup in a few dayst Considerable sickness in the County W R Foley who lives some 10 miles east of Jamestown took an overdose of tangle foot yesterday r and died last nightS W M Grevier who is confined in the county jail is quite sick and not much hope of his recoy ery Obituary On Friday evening October 13 1905 Miss Ida Hurt daughter of Mr and Mrs William Hurt of Cumberland county left this world for a brighter home above The deceased was a victim of consumption age 21 years a mem ber of the Methodist church was confined to her bed four weeks A number of friends and rela tives visited her during her illness The end came happily She told the minister that the whole world would not be as much comfort as her religion She called every member of the family to her bedside and bade them farewell She told her mother she saw heaven and the gates were open she saw the angles passing through the gates andcoming down for her Before she died she had some one to hold the lamp at the clock so she could see what time it vas When she saw the beautiful an gles coming for her she threw up her hand and said Good bye to all I am going home and breathed the last The remains vere laid to rest Saturday evening t in the presence of a large number of friends and relatives There was not an eye but what was filled with tears and not one but what felt that they had one more friend in heaven They sang the songs Ill sail no more on the wild stormy sea and When the roll is called up yond ed then had prayer Her fu neral was not preached as her request was for Rev G R Payne to do the preaching and the could not be there but will be i attended to in the future We have deep sympathy for her sor rowing father and mother brothers and sisters She has gone to that beautiful home where death comes no more May we all live to meet her on that heavenly shore We miss thee from our home deartda K SWemiss thee from thy place shadow oer our life Is cast We miss the sunshine of thy face v We miss thy kind and wiUi r hand tThy fond and earnest care Our home is dark without the r We miss thee everywher ft lHer cousin 2fcr h fft fLA FsJ H ift2F tf Tk I f c 4 i I c I f Th 1 Cr 9 AIR COUNTY NEWS COEIDdBIAKY OCTOBER 25 1905 J Trades I HEPumps Water Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs CiderMills Runs Ice Cream Freezers t Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery tIe Is Running the Press For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY W F JEFFRIES SON Agts M UNDERTAKERS SHOP Russell Spr ngs Ky I have just opened an Undertakers Shop at Russell Springs I keep ready for use all kinds of COFFINS AND GASKETS which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would 16 to your interest to patronize my shop JEISNOW- C M Wiseman Son Jewelers and Opticians DEALERS IN Diamonds and Precious uluiluu 0 ISpecial attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line No 132 West Market bet 1st and 2nd Oppo site Music Hal- lLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Vetinery surgeon Fistulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any Surgical work done at fair prices 1 A3i FIXED TO TAKE CARE OF STOCK SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EYES S D CRENSHAW y mile from Columbia on Dissapointment t FOR SALE Farm of 278 acres 6 miles south of Columbia Ky on Columbia and Creelsboro road 150acres Jn grass in good state of cultivation good house outbuildings good fencing plenty of water mad timber one store house and lot a good and wen selected stock of goods This Is a good point to do business One steam sawmill direct attact ent in good running order will cut 15000 M feet ver day 150 white oak trees stave trees 8 miles south of Columbia one steani boiler and e gin Orteable 6 horse power in good order one steanu bucker as good as new Eightyeight 88 acres of land oh Burnes creek 9 miles south of Colum laa Ky most all in tamber The stave timber has beeh cut off of the above but there is poplar ash Uack oaki chestnut hickory and chestnutoak till on the 88 acres All the eforsaleby CHAPMAN WALKUP GiensforkKy I usDftfld of uiouierOther Features of Tangle Toledo aOne of the most remarkable marriage tangles ever known was presented to the authori ties in probate court here when Edward and Fred Metzger twins made application to marry sisters When the clerk was preparing the papers it was learned that an elder brother of the twins had married a sister of the two prospective brides of the twins A look at the entry journal showed that in May 1904 Albert Metzger a brother had married Ida Miller the third sister While the people in the atIset you to thinking deeper Our fa- ther is the husband of the girls motherLewis C Metzger married Mrs Christino Miller Metzger and had three sons two of them twins Mrs Miller had three daughters Now the daughters become the brides of the sons In other words Metzger is the fatherinlaw of his stepdaughters and Mrs Metzger is the motherinlaw of the stepsons Mrs Metzger was married four times Her second marriage was to the brother of her present husband but by that union she had no children Here are some of the puzzes to work out If your two brothers married sisters of your wife what re lation would your children be to your brothers children or what relation would they be if you and your broth ers father took for his second wife the mother of the girls who are now the wives of the three sons In spite of all the complication is entirely legal because there is no blood relationship between the con tracting parties MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY Michigan Farmer Held by Immigra tion Officials May Return to Europe New YorkAugust Albert who says he voted for several presidents has arrived in the steerage from Ham burg Admitting he was not a citizen of the United States but was a citizen of the state of Michigan he was sent to Ellis Island and is likely to be sent back to Europe unless the officials at Washington interfere Albert is 63 years of age and had been an unmarried farmer in Mich igan for 32 years when he decided to visit his childhood home in Saxony This was a year ago Stunned by sur prise when he was held up by the immigration officials and told because of his age he was likely to be refused ad mission to America Albert showed 1168 in American money to prove that he is not likely to become a pub lie charge He declared he regarded himself still capable of working as a farmer The special board of inquiry after ex amining him found that he speaks well It is declared he must go back to Europe but friends interceded inI the matter and placed it before the department of commerce and labor If the board is upheld Albert will be a man without a country as he was never a citizen of Saxony PHTHISIS CURE IS CLAIMED Professor Behring Announces Dis covery of EfficaciousRemedy Reporters Clamor fox iew- sParsProf Behring has an nounced that he had discovered a cute for tuberculosis It is learned that a portion at least of Prof Behrings remedy comes from milk from cows previously rendered immune against tuberculosis As it is Scarcely prob able this milk can be used in its usual form there is some reason for believ ing that a serum alone is employed and it could scarcely be utilized in any other way than by subcutaneous injectionsThe institute hsts been besieged by reporters clamoring for in formation They were received by Prof Metchnikoff who pointed to Prof Behrings scientific career as a guarantee of trustworthiness He said the remedy was in the form of a powder That is all he would say TrapIN J restaurant was awakened by a noise in the lower part of i s house Thinking burglars were at work he armed himself and descended the stairs He then found the noise was in his cellar and cautiously went be low The racket increased and lit hurriedly secured a lamp to find that an immense rat had been caught by a clam The rat vainly trying to free itself scampered from one end of the cellar to the other Myres finally killed the rat but the clam would not release its hold and Myres was cOrn pelled to cut off the leg of the unfortunate animal Statue to a Cook The people ot Nice Franceare go ing to erect a statue to the memory of a cook Urbain Dubois He was fOI many years head okfrKingWi1 liam of Prussia at a salary of 12601 a year but as soon as war was de clared in 1870 he resigned 19flghf against his former master The statue to the patriotic cook wjil ajpropriately be erected in the Gent WATCHES BIG BUCKS FICH Man Followed by Victor for Protection Against Timber Wolves Which Threatened Him Duluth MinnVictor Ecklund an employe of a firm of loggers operating on the Little Fork river was one of- about 100 witnesses ora desperate battle to the death between two big witnessesIthey expected to profit by a feast off one or possibly two carcasses when I the conflict was ended The wolves might perhaps have attacked the en gaged bucks but were afraid of the man At last one of the bucks was ex hausted and beaten He lay on the ground and his conqueror stood over him himself quite exhausted and suf fering from wounds and exertion The victorious buck soon discovered his new danger the presence of the wolves and at the same time noticed Ecklund The latter started for the camp near by to get a knIfe suitable to bleed the dying buck and the other buck whistled sharply and acted as if hovIlanternttating to flee kept quite close to Eck lund who returned and waving his lantern drove the wolves back He took the hindquarters of the deer and started for camp the victorious buck still shadowing him The buck was shielding himself from the wolves with the presence of Ecklund and meantime recovering his wind Later- he fled into the forest pursued by many wolves but prepared to run for his life STOCKING HOLDS 1T747 Delicate Question in Female Finance Taken to Court for Decision Attorney Scoffs Pittsburg PaJust what cashcar rying power a womans stocking has is the delicate question involved Pna bankruptcy case before Judge Buffington in the United States dis trict court the other day The point came up when Charles Sachs attorney for George Sapper receiver for Joseph Nathan until re cently a clothing dealer at Sharon appeared to make an argument The creditors of Nathan changed that when he knew he was insolvent he disposed of his stock of goods to Mrs Dora Hirsovilz stepsister to his wife When the bankruptcy petition was filed there were hints of collusion but Mrs Hirsovitz claimed she paid for the property in cash She told me said Attorney Sachs that she paid 1747 for the store that she counted out the money at the time of the purchase and that it was all in cashlOOO in bills and 747 in coin gold and silver She said she had gotten it out of her stocking While I cannot claim to be an expert in such matters this statemen in it self seems unreasonable You take 20 in gold and it will weigh an ounce Now 740 in gold ltileat that rate weigh 37 ounces which is over three pounds to start with The seven dollars in silver would make about three and a half pounds of coin altogether besides the bills It looks farfetched ROOSEVELT IN SEA RACE LongDistance Contest from Key West Is PlannedNations Chief to Participate New YorkBy the wish of Presi Jent Roosevelt who desires to see what the best ships in the navy really can do there will be a longdistance race from Key West in which the three armored cruisers the Pennsyl vania the Colorado and the West Virginia with the president on board will participateAccording to present arrangements the West Virginia will go to NejSL Or leans pick up the presiaent there and return to Key West where after loading coal she will start with the other two cruisers on a longdistance trial of forced draught nejashour for a stretch of four hours Rear Admiral Brownson Is respon trialjsutage and was anxious for his flagship the West Virginia to take part The test will be regarded as al routine drill which will justify the tbejordinarytion of coal ona forced draught trip is enormous It is estimated that the experiment will cost at least 25OOG for coal alone Tomb Built Around BoysB dyjFive hundred feet below the mit of Mount Ypsilon in Colorado a tomb is being constructed around the body of Lewis G Leyings the Armoui art Institute student from Canton tIll who was killed by falling from the mountain The body lies at the edge of a boitpmleBs lake and it IE impossible to recover itMen can be lowered because they are able to push themselves free of abutments but in brolghtl1l1l see it I TNCOLORBrBED MEANS LOVE WHILE HAT iRED IS BLACKI 3heosophist Has r iiac of Tints Which Betray = 2 S rf Every oni Inver 3e- sant X iTr ILondonTh 1 haS been a favorite 0 ind song writers bu ttS is an idea that Mhtheosophist lasgi According to Mrs 4 can be seen in colors and tr by the rather absrrnsir j c thought forms Sii ii her ideas of this though r u i in a book which the Thj phi o ciety has just printed Here ie srr c these thought forms Black says Mrs Besant means Vi land malice Red of all shades is lurid brickred to richest scarlet in cates anger If you have a clear brov thoughtyou may be quite certain tha avarice is your strong point or your besetting sin but if your thoughts show a hard dull browngray it simply means selfishness a color which is painfully common Deep heavy gray signifies depres sion while a livid pale gray is associat ed with fear Graygreen is a signal of deceit and brownish green flecked with points and dashes of scarlet betokens jealousyGreen seems always to indicate adapt ability but mingled with selfishness it becomes deceit Affection expresses itself in all shades of crimson and rose With a touch of blue of devotion In it this may express a strong realization of the universal brotherhood of hu manityDeep orange imports pride of ambi tion and the various shades of yellow de note intellect and dull yellow implies that such intellect is being devoted to selfish purposes The different shades of blue indicate religious feeling from the dark brown blue or selfish devotion or the pallid grayblue of fetishworship tinged with fear up to the rich deep clear color of heartfelt adoration and the beautiful pale azure of that highest form which implies self renunciation and union with the Divine Some of the illustrations in this ex traordinary book are amusing such as the red star of radiating affection the yellow disc with rosecolored wings in dicating peace and protection Mur derous rage and sustained anger are suggested by red fiery darts which ema hate from the mind PEARLS DIE IN MUSEUM Necklace Valued at Over 100000 Pines for Human Society Losing Rich Luster ParisA pearl necklace of great in trinsic and historic value is dying in the Louvre museum The necklace was part of the collection of President Thiers and has a value of over 100000 This appraise- ment is so rapidly being lowered that it has been suggested that the pearls be sold before they become entirely valueless The necklace has not been worn for a number of years and It has lost prac tically all its beautiful luster It is a wellknown fact among pearl experts that pearls yearn for human society and that if banished from hu man contact they soon lose all the brilliancy and soft luster that make them so attractiveIare as the technical term in the pearlI trade is have been removed from their obscurity and worn frequently and have thus recovered their lest luster While it has been suggested personal influences have thatI do with the matter it is more that the effect is due to light and air One can wear pearls for 50 years and they would give ho indication of change yet if one were to lock the same pearls up for 20 years they would show signs of dying ORIGIN OF LID IS ON Expression Was Heard First in Mt Clemens Mich Story of How It Started Mt Clemens MichThe frequent use of the expression the lid is on brings to mind the fact that it brig iniated in Mt Clemens said an old resident here It was 15 years ago that Ick Sackett was standing in front of the Sherman house and in a spirit of fun wagered with a companion that the next man who came along would climb a telephone pole which stood opposite them Sackett had the mat ter fixed beforehand and a stylishly dressed man carrying a suit case walked by arid stopped before the pole looking up at it At such action Sacketts companion took off his hat and wiped his brow in amazement Keen your lid on said Sackett to his friend and added as the stranger opened his grip for a pair of climbers and hastily went to the top of the pole you may win the bet but I dont think you will J The expression was readily adopted by the hosts of gamblers who then flocked ttd the Bath rXJity and was soon used to mean a cessation of gambling Wr jIt iz lS Sl G vasi lLyT V 71 f7K I 7K 717K 7iIi 1 11 11 11 ri 7K 7lE We are paying the following prices for Timber 1jSplit HickorySingletree Billets i7121 in on Heart 3i In Deep 38 In Long 25 per 1000 ps i 23 9g Al GOA tpvIf 7K 53 31t 46ll II lft 40II II ll 7i1 Q2 31II II 31II II 50 75 2 2 01L 28 8 1 5 All billets must be made from good live straightgrained 1- 5 5 hickory either red or white free from all defects Sugar Tree Chestnut OaK White OaR Black Jack or j fish Billets made from good live straight 3IE i grained timber free from all defects 5K t in on Heart2i inDeep 44 in Long 20 p r1000 PSI HICKORY SPOKES 1 1000PIEcEsI JI iE t n heart 24 Deep 30 in Long A B Grade 25 3g QA 1SI W 7jVolLt 2 1I II 9niv i on f ci l in c7NI1r 4 Iv LI U 7 j12 11 30 AB 12vf Ij llpi 30 II IJ7iZ 2 nC 6 4IiE All spokes must be split from good live straight graihed timber free from defects and fully up to size 5 A B spokes must be all white 2nd growth 5 C spokes must baIl white forrest D i D spokes may be red or red and white 5t7i 1 Columbia Singletree Co i liiV 4 Fifth Avenue Hotel 4- 3 w 8 4FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS 4 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY of EEEEf 84 Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled AFirstclass 4 iHotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale 8 4anJRetail Districts Churches and Theatres 4 tiKE CAMPBELL Manager LebanDnLaundryLEBANON W R JOHNSON Proprietor This is one of the Best and most Reliable Laundries in the State REED MILLEB Columbia Agents for this section Send them your linen and the work will be neatly and promptly executed iTHE MARCDM HOTEL I COLUMBIA KY IS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN 4 Architecture containing 35 new neat and well ven 4tilated rooms It is nicely furnished conveniently tlocated and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky 4 Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three 4 good sample rooms for commercial men 4 M H MARCUM Propr Z 4 4 444444444444484444444 FRANK CORCORAN M J METCALFE Corcoran Metcalfe Xv f Main Street fieb non en taeky x MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN j f ftl HGRADEMARBLE I t AN D GRANITE J Cemetery Work of till kinds See Us Before You Buy Trade from Adair and adjoining counties respectfully solicited i r IWHENtOTS WANT 44 e Job Printing 1 i e 4 CALL THE N wsi 1 3 tJ r J sf2fF r j1 br u Z i fr q THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KYJOCT BER 25 1945 CALIFORNIADo you want to live where the climate is mild the year round where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competency J Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons Iiolives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment Then go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming TheChicago Union Pacific and NorthWestern Line is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two fast through trains daily via this line over the famous double track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River Special low roundtrip rates are in effect via this line throughout the summer to various Pacific Coast points and Septe to nake the trip at a minimum of expense Daily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to San Francisco Los Angeles and Portland without change on which a double berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 700 via the Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways 2 FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY IW484 A 1 w CNW Chicago Please mail California booklets maps full rates train service xD X = = co u a Xrrun PbrightrIllsell your goods The kind you have been looking fo- rTlie News Columbia Ky FEELING LIVERISH This Morning TAKE L Arid Gentle Laiat1veJ W hESTERT DENTiST t i EN LL KENTUCKY t YZc f P k xt r z v ac B KNISKERN- P T M Ry Ill free to my address and particulars concerning and rrnO axu 1 rrun Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it im parts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c THE- eMorrisianna Water THAT RESTORES THE OLD TO THEIR YOUTH AGAIN This excellent Summer Resort situ atedl five miles from campbellsville Ky readyforallcomersI edical Properties of for it a wide rep utation It is making many wonderful cures of Chronic Cases that have been pronounced bymany eminent physicians InsomniaIand Kidney Complaint It removes the cause of the disease Those affected with Lung Trouble can purrliesTranspilrtationcan i Campbellsville from liverymenwho meet all trains day and night The terms are reasonable For furth er wormationwrite J C M01 RISOffPip LCam tiells le r n a JfffJ r t 22 r t r ivSV Ilfir JOHN EUBANK BLACKSMITH AND- WOQDWORKMAN CANE VALLEY KENTUCKY Horse shoeing and Buggy repairing specialities Give him a call Satisfaction guaranteed Stone Stone AttorneysAMaw JAMESTOWN I KENTUCKY Will practice in the courts in this and adjoiningcounti s 9Special attention given collections I1MOR1 HOTEL First class Table GoOdS8mpttRoomsFe Reasonable Rates RO r MMQradyville i Kentucky a rl 1 w fi a i Yh3Rw fy t i= zl axf I h f ra t f f jt Kentucky Kernels Qwenton has gone dry by a majority of 26 Country school teachers paid off at Winchester Law and Order League organ ized at Middlesbord Postoffice at Whitesville robbed of 150 and all the stamps Duck and a dog inseparable companions in Shelby county Real estate transfers at Win chester many indicative ofa boomEpidemic of membranous croup in many sections of the State Three Owensboro saloonkeep- ers fined for violating Sunday law Turkeys are said to be scarce though plentiful enough for local demandTelephone company at Harrods burg paid 300 for damaging a few shade trees There is said to be an unusual ly large crop of chestnuts the real kindin the State At Winchester a license fee of 300 per year for operating a shooting gallery None operated Thomas McCain who shot his brother in Marshall county a raving maniac since the accident Wife of Martin Sims of Nelson county took strychnine by mis take and died in twenty minutes wHot water pipe bursted at the stock farm of J E Clay in Bour bon county and Bert Schimmel was scalded to death Lack of experience with teachers in Clark county retarding school progress according to County Superintendent Tanner Stated on excellent authority that Paducah is to have one of the largest corn mills in the State Commercial Club movement Rumored that recent purchasers of Paducah street car lines will extend line through Mechan icsburg and possibly beyond Tyler Mystery Deepens Mysterydeepens as to why so many millions persist in suffering from such fearful as dyspepsia constipation etc when they could so easily get rid of every one of their troubles by a few doses of Dr Caldwells laxative Syr up Pepsin Have you tried it If not do so today sold by J N Page of Columbia and R B Wilson of Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails Made a Hit When Dr W B Caldwell 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 Since then it has been used all over the world and has never faled to duplicane its first successes Try it Sold by J N Page of Colum bia and R B Wilson of Cane Valley 50c and 103 Money back if it fails R Dozen Donts Dontx knock Dont get gay Dont depend too much on friends Dont forget that the best kind of advice is example Dont do all of your pushing against the breechstraps Dont be a good fellow at the ex pense of your family Dont forget that your wife earns half the moriey or more Dont forget that time wasted today isa draft on tomorrow Dont work so hard trying to find away to live without work Dont forget that there would be no tongue of gossip if therewere not at least two ears DontkeepallfyoUrgootlnatUre for business hours take some of it home with you Don tt1 ikthat a brownstone front- ilikeeP thebutcheraboy from seeing the garb ebrrel in the rear rr LRFL w iS Stea4kslG 2FnJ4t t v t A Change in Singing Written forThe News How wondrous are the changes now Since forty years ago When people sang to praise the Lord Andnow to make a show When From Greenlands Icy Mountains To Indias Coral Strand Made one almost stand on Jordans shore And view the promised land And now when some old brother sings Those wondrous songs of old The music almost rends the skies And charms the very soul How wondrous are the changesnow Since forty years ago To praise the Lord in those good days The people were not slow Their churches were of hewn logs built And all on Sunday went The parson preached the people sang And God His blessing sent They had no organs in those days The people sang by word And made such music as I think Did surely please the Lord How wondrous are the changes now Since forty years ago When all who sang did sing his praise From whom all blessings flow But now alas for those good songs Their day is almost gone Likewise the singers of that day Are going with the songs Yes all the songs have changed so much What can these changes bring For tra la la te ah le bum Is all the people sing How wondrous are the changes now Since forty years ago For now they never sing the songs That mama used to know They say those songs are out of date And does not that sound odd That songs of worldly praise should come Before the praise of God It looks to me the time has come By prophets long foretold When men would swap the love of God For worldly praise and gold How wondrous are the changes now Since forty years ago For every thing thats written is sung And singing is all the go But singing now has lost its charms Its music all has fled And when a song is sung three times Its laid away as dead And thus the music of today The test will never stand Like Jesus Lover of My Soul And In The Promised Land How wondrous are the changes now Since forty years ago For now they never sing Gods praise In voices soft and low And when atlast my time shall come And I am forced to go Ill meet with singers who have sung The songs of long ago Though now theyre singing a new song In that bright land above Its theme is just the song theyd sung Of Jesus and His love Robert Lee Campbell Breeding Ky Last Hope Vanished Ifcen leading physicians said that W M Smithart of Pekin Ia had in 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 atT E Paulls drug store Trial bottle free Death of Mrs Plarfhy Pelly Mrs Marthy Pelly died last Satur day the 14th inst and in commemoration of the dear departed and the many dear friends which bear testimony of her spotless life I submit the following lines for publication As it has pleased an all wise God in His dispensation to remove fromour midst the kind and devoted mother be it resolved that we the pupils of Bar netts Creek school and friends of the deceased tender our heartfelt sym pathy to our companions who are left to mourn the loss of one so justly dear- Th loss ofa loving mother isone of the severest trials to which children of an affectionate nature can be subjected But dear ones during our brief sojourn here we must expect mournful visitations Those blessings that make life desirable are of briefer duration and more transient than even life Itself Yet it isvbalm to the wounded heart to reflect that beyond this fleeting scene from which theestimable and the good too VijbQijL often vanish there is a faraway home of tht oul rawhich ilt 2 itl t aw 41if o farewells areneverspoken and all tears are wipedaway Alas how fresh in our memory is the recollection of the parental love of the dear departed Her life has been like l the daymore beautiful in the evening like the summeraglow withpromises and like the autumnrich with the golden sheaves where good works and deeds have ripened on the field AU that was mortal is changed now and clouded fore ereBut how great is the comfort to the bereaved ones in the well ground assurance that the Good Shepherd who careth for his flocks has taken your good mother into his own fold Your mother has gone to Him who said suffer little children to come unto meand we know not how soon our time may come Oh that we all may meet in that bright and happy world where sorrow and sin and suffer ing are alike unknown Dear friends let us remember that woman is especially honored of God The world of af fection is her world not that of mans ambition in that stillness which most becomes a woman calm and holy she siteth by the fireside of the heart feed ing its flames That a higher than human power may console and support you under this heavy stroke is the earnest prayer of your friends and schoolmatas E A MACHAM 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 0caused me great pain Physicians were helpless but Buchlens Arnaca Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25c at T E Paulls druggist Life is Embittered Life is too often embittered by the grievous 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 variedsuffering to its victims Stomach ache headache dizziness nausea biliousness constipation feve- retcall are are due to this one dread ful disease No wonder that thousands are so enthtsiastic over the cure of their disease by Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It is a most po tent marvelous and universal cure Try it Sold by J N Page of Colum bia and R B Wilson Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from the vir ulent poisons of undigested food C G Grayson of Lula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pills with the re suIt he writes that I was cured All stomach and bowell disorders gave way to their tonic lax tive properties 25c at T E Paulls drug store guaran teed Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheat ed death He says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which causedme great pain suffering and anxiety but Electric Bitters which effected a com plete cure I have also found them of great benefit in general debilty and nerve trouble and keep them constant ly on hand since as I find they have no equal T E Paull druggist guaran tes them at 50c en NOTICE WARE NOW READY TO DO ANY RIND horseshoeing and wocd work all kinds of Buggy Carriage and Wagon Repairing We are also prepared to apply aUI kinds of new RUBBER TIRE We keep a stock of the best material and repairs Work done at our shcp is guaranteed in workmanship and prices Shop located on depot street near Main Give us a calL- CLARK PARSON Campbellsville Ky Mar 30 ly JNMimRELLJR DENTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY t OFFICE Corner Room Marcum Hotel s A Hotel AND Restaurant W N Brlnton So- nProprietors f Lunch atan R OllPa na Niht COMFORTABLE ROOMS The trade ofAdairandadjoiLing vrcouuties slicitedlaLE3V43Y ENtt1 KL rtes str wtt + i j t 1 L i S ry 3I Li JJ oZr J i r i h 0 f 3i li 1i i IJ f 4 4 THE ADAJf CQW Y1 NEW SOLD 13 5 J rlBE 25 J9QpAJIA r L IS i mviI 1IlJiIIjItI n 1 PHUISI t 48JBIIo i iiiI II iI tfliI LIMDSY1ILSOMrr r c 85 I ADVANCEj 11 J rays Board Tuition and in the LindsayWilson school ONE YEflR Reasonable reduction for absence at opening sickness lor one week or I I morei I PRIMARY1 1i INTERMEDIATE ACADEMIC CERTIFICATE COMMERCIAL I Qgp NINE comPETENT INSTRUCTORSIAll rooms in the Boarding Hall and entire campus lighted with electricity Boarding facilities improved by past experience MISS MARY who has RoomsyK are being rapidly taken Apply early if you desire a place Private Board in good homes at 2 to 250 per week tfI 16f1fS ft rfYNG tf6 U U94 y r r rL he dnit tountlt eUt Published Every Wednesday- BY THE tdairBounty CHAR 8 aARRI8 Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests If the city of Columbia and the people of Adair 31td adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postofnce as second stars mail matter WED OCTOBER 25 1905 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For County Judge W F NEAT For County Clerk JH YOUNGJ Eqr Sheriff JJ A DIDDLE y iV For Jailer r wrn WILSON AssessoriV TL SMITH MAGISTERIAL DISTRICTS Cj COLUMBIA v For Magistrate JOHN EUBANK For Constable f CLAY WOLFORD J J v GLENVILLE t tj For Magistrate lrDICK DUDLEY = nt J iafConstable i uC tic s P5 it ra4r T IThe hearty welcome given Pres Roosevelt and his party in 11 Richmond Va the Old Confed erate Capital on the 18th shows that we have one united and loy al people under a great flag that sectional feelings no longer raise their hideous forms to ob struct the onward march of our country The President spoke in part as follows Mr Mayor Governor and You My Hosts One among the very jiyiny great Virginians at the time when this nation was bornand I quote gentl men Patrick Henrysaid We are no longer New Yorkers New Englanders Pennsylvanians or Virginians we are Americans and surely Mr Mayor the man would be but a poor American who was not touched and stirred to the depths by the reception thatI have metI with today in this great historic city of America Coming today by the statue of Stonewall Jackson in the city of Lee I felt what aprivilige itis that Ias an American have in claiming that you yourselves have no more right of kin ship in Lee and Jackson than 1 havei I can claim to be middling good Amen can because my aecestry was half Southern and half Northern I was born in the East and I have lived a goodC while in the West so long in fact that 1 do not admit that any man can be a better Westerner than I am There 1mothersman whoit seemed to me came nearest to typifying in the flesh that most beautiful of all characters in fiction uncleIin the Confederate navy In short gentlemen I claim to be neither Northerner nor Eesterner nor Westerner nothing but a good American pure and the1blueing worn the gray as entitling to honor in my sight Last year I told Gen Fitzhugh Lee thatI wanted to ad to my collection of autograph letters great Americans Lincoln Grant Clay Jefferson turning to the Governor your namesake and Andrew Jackson that of Gen Lee with his autograph ITgot from Gen Fitzhugh Lee a letter ees a daphotogrBVhof him was handle to me after Gen Fitzhugh j Lees death I was not able to thank my old and valued friend the father y c TEACHERSCOUNTY STATE STATE DIPLOMA greatly PAYNE POWELL iilr 1 r J but I put the son on my staff and now have the grandson of Gen Grant and grand nephew of Gen Lee and the son of Phil Sheridan on my staff I think it is a middling good staff too Men of His Regiment In my regiment organized at the beginning of the SpanishAmerican War I think that there were more men whose fathers wore the gray than there were men whose fathers wore the blue The only rivalry that ever entered their heads was rivalry as to which man could show himself best entitled to the praise of having done all that in him lay for our country and our flag I noticed that the statue of Stonewall Jackson has been raised as a gift by certain Englishmen The best biography of Gen Jackson was by an Englishman Col Henderson It is a curious and lamentable fact that one died just as he was about to undertake an other biography which I had earnestly asked him to undertake I had written him urging that he should finish his very remarkable military study of Stonewall Jackson by writing a military biography of Gen Lee and he had written me back that he intended to dos Shortly afterward I learned of his deathGentlemen I cannot sufficiently express to you my deep appreciation of the way in which you have greeted me today You cannot be nearly ss glad to see me as I am to see you Let me say once more what I said in my formal address Think of the good fort une that is ours as a people in having each of us whether we in our own sons or through our ancestors wor3t all of the selfdevotion all of the stead fast adherence to rIght as God gave to each man to see the right shown alike by the men who wore the blue and the men who wqre the gray in the great contestthat was waged fromfii ta65 dWe clip from Southern School Journal the following plain state ment concerning Prof Lowhorn who is a candidate for School Superintendent of Casey county J It is not the intention of this t s not rightful0u4Js and while Mr Lowborn is stgfopg a public posi t i c I r f vj a i ti Jlr MUSICVOICE PIANO AND ORGAN STRINGED BUSINESS MflNflGER righti Jt H m b i ii fi it tion in an adjoining county yet it carries such responsibilities and is so closely interwoven with the development and advance ment of this part of the State that we feel disposed to speak a good word when merit sustains it The Journal saysProf J S Law horn President of the Middleburg Normal College is the Democratic nominee for school superintendent of Casey county with good prospects for winning al though the county is Republican by a big majority Prof Law horn is a of the State comIpetentwould make a model officer and a host of friends are hoping he will win in November Prof J A Sharon of the Paris Schools cernIinghorn of Middleburg will make the race for Superintendent of Schools in Casey county I am glad to know this We should have just such men to guide and inspire the school forces of each county irj the State His opponent must be a- very strong man or old Casey will roll up a very strong majority for Lawhorn Politics should not interfere to defeat the school interests of 3 county when such material can be had I feel a special interest in this affair because Prof Lawhorn was Principal of our school for two years Which time I learned of his ability He manyIequipped to do a great work for his na tive country If the Casey voters do what they think is best for th children they will see that Lawhorn is harness ed to their educational car for the next four years at least Bowers who killed aIVirgie Knox county man near London a short time ago was tried in the Laurel circuit court andgivena life sentence Such verdict for cold blooded murder so enraged the friends of the dead Oman as to form a mob and hang Bowers Itwas accomplished in short order No one can defend y 1 yy6xz L t E 8750 MonthlytIN ADVANCE 1i i IIIr Incidentals Training 11 LITERARY INSTRUMENTS SPECIAL ELOCUTION lART f i II FACULTY NewsoIN- CORPORATED mattert COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 7 the mob or any one who partici pated in the hanging and while it does not redound to the good name of that section or this State yet it shows that juries ought not to be forced to inflict punishment for such crimes but only determine the guilt or inno cence and the degree of crime of the party charged and the law should place the punishment Again we say that a life sentence is not equal to death andno leg islature or any other body cancan make it so It looks like the criminal laws should be so changed as mete out justice and satisfy the people In another column will be found the names of W F Neat Demo cratic candidate for County Judge J H Yotng for County Court Clerk and J A Diddle for Sheriff For some time these gentlemen have been urged to make the race and at last have consented to do so and their names will reach the ticket through pe tition of legal voters of the coun ty These gentlemen are too well known to need any intro duction from us and it goes without saying that no better men have ever sought responsible po- sitions in the affairs of this county Mr Neat known nearly to qualifiedknowledge his experience and his freedom from rancorous par tisan bias and spirit has pointed him out to the people as the man amongst men for this responsible positionlMr Young and Diddle are both successful businessmen upright and honest industrious and courageous embodying eve t ry qualification neccessary to fill the positions they seek with cred it to themselves and profit to the county I Mr J Hi Gallagher has been appointed Traveling Passenger j WY a r J 1 agent of the Louisville Hender son St Louis Railway Co vice Mr Geo L Garrett resigned Mr Gallagher was for four years chiefclerk of General Passenger Department in charge of the advertising and made a most efficient official The promotion is a much deserved one and we be speak a successfull administration under the guidance of Mr Gallagher j Mr James A Shuttleworth a wealthy Louisville merchant has given to Caldwell College of Danville 14 acres of land adjoin ing the College property valueda at 30000 It is the purpose of the donor to furnish the South i with a school equal to Vassar Mr Shuttleworth was born and reared in Campbellsville Judge Baker adjourned count at Jamestown last Saturday af ter completing all work on the docket It was a short speedy term which redowns to the good of the State in the reduction of expenses Thousands of dollars could be saved by the commonwealth t if courts were pushed as r private businessI Look over the Democratic ticket as presented in thin isnse rand you will be convinced that itV is made of our best material and worthy the support of every city zen who believes in competent men for responsible potitions On the 18th T Lee Clarkcash ier of the Enterprise National x Bank Alleghany Penn committed suicide Short of course Its awful to be a cashier it seems r The Democratic ticket of this county is not a full one but as good as any party or people could fpresent so far as it goes hA military company is being organized at Middlesboro c1j Yiih t i r G 1 r 2 Kct t iI1 v iTHE ADAI eGoYNiryJNEwseoLtf fNJKY 200T BER2fPlooSAtJA aHf J 5 0 r LOCAL NEWS FREE TRAINING oP NURSES By the terms of a fund to be ad ministered in connection with the Philadelphia School of Nurses Wither spood Building Philadelphia a number of young women from every county will receive free training in nursing It is planned tQ ultimately reach and help in this way every village and township The young women will be provided with room board nurse uniformsand all the refinements of a wellappointed Christian home At graduation the diploma of the School and the Order of the Red Cross will be conferred uali fying for practice in any state or coun ty the railroad fare will then be paid back home Those applying and chosen to receive the benefits of this fund will be given two years training with a rich experience in nursing the sick poor of the city under skilled leaders The term may be shortened to eighteen months by taking a preliminary cours of six months reading and study at home A special short course enables young women to quickly qualify them selves for selfsupport and a substan tial income In addition to regular nursing this young women are taught to preserve their own health how to recognize avoid and destroy contagion how to establish and maintain perfect sanitary Conditions about the home they are prepared for positions as office nurse and physicians assistant they get a practical knowlenge of City Mis sion movements deaconess training college settlement work and are trained for special positions of trust in insti tutions The school is ten years old and is endorsed by physiciaris eading educators and prominent men throngh out the country Russell Clark At the nome of the brides aunt Mrs Curd in Bowling Green Ky on Tues day 9 am a beautiful and impressive ceremony by Dr R W Browder united the lives of two young people in the presence of a few friends of the con tracting parties Dr C M Russell of Columbiaand Miss Angeline Clark of Bowling Green Dr Russell is a prac IIticing physician who enjoys the confi of our people not oniy as a phy sician but as a hightoned gentleman Miss Clark is a young lady of accom plishments and is held in high esteem by the people of this little city as well as in Bowling Green where she was reared and educated Her acquaint ance here is due to her connection with the LindsayWilson school last year as music teacher while her many friends were made by the attractive ness of true womanly virtues that adorn her every day life The people of Columbia generally and the News especially extend congratulations and welcome this Happy couple to our city who are due to arrive here Thursday Victim of Old Bunco Game G H Williams of Campbellsville reported to the detectives office thathe I was buncoed out of 70 this morning at the Tenthstreet and Broadway station by two strangers whom he met shortly after his arrival from Taylor county Williams and the men became fast friends One of the strangers said he- must have 70 before the bank opened and gave Williams a check for 900 to hold when he made the borrow Wil r Hams is still holding the checkLouis ville Times Notice All persons or firms indebted to the firm of C F Dunbar Co Grocery men Columbia Ky will please call at the law office of Winfrey Winfrey and settle same at once The firm has gone out of business and has placed its books and accounts in our hands for settlement and we re quest that you come in at once and do so without further notice Respt Oct 2nd 1905 L C Winfrey 4t r ntcrcsting S rmon Preparations have been made to mike the services lit the Baptist Church next Thursday evening very interesting Dr J S Gatton of Campbellsville will deliver a discourse and assist in the ordina tion of two deacons Miss Leveice Pow ers af Knoxville Tenn who is visiting Mrs J P Scruggs will render a solo For Sale A farm containing 216 acres of goo and lying three miles West of Columbia This property is known as the W J Atkins farm It produces well and there are upon it a good dwelling good barn and all other necessary outbuild- Ing There is also much valuable tim ber Fofurth SS lfiormationaddri G iAAtk i t J t iiii i i s Lx BATTLE On Streets of Campbellsville Be tween Officers and Moonshiners Quite a battle occurred at Campbells ville early Wednesday evening between officers and three men two of whom are unknown who were disposing of a barrel of moonshine whiskey which they had in a two horse wagon One of the men on the wagon was captured but the other two escaped The one caught was Doll Bell a resident of Brush Creek Green county Shortly after the three men with the barrel in the wagon appeared in Camp bellsville the officers got wind of it and sent a negro Sam Vancleave toI learn what the men were disposing He informed the officers and Chief of Police Wm Sanders and Mayor summoned a posse for the WallingI capturing the men Those on on had evidently become susP Vancleave for as soon as the posse appeared they opened fire and ran The fire was returned but the men on the wagon with the exception of Bell escaped Vancleave was shot in the shoulder but so far as known no one else was hurt The horses and wagon and whiskey were confiscated and will be sold by the government Bell will be brought here and tried tomorrow morning at ten oclock be fore United States Commissioner Chas C Boldrick Lebanon Falcon The above shows that the officials of Campbellsville axe iiot only game but have the good of their town and community at heart Peace and prosperity can not be enjoyed where whiskey reigns If every town in the country would go after the peddlers of whiskey like Campbellsville its sale would soon be limited only to a few of the most daring Casey Belles Marry in Louisville Miss Carrie Harmon left Dunnville Sunday to meet Dr J D Combest formerly of Phil but lately of Jones yule Ky where they are united in marriage The bride is a handsome educated and amiable lady and can count herself worthy to be the bride of so nice a gentleman as Dr J D This paper extends best wishes Miss Hattie Cundiff the beautifulI daughter of W E Cundiff same time to be married to Mr Fred Reigle in Louisville Miss Hattie is an industrious refined lady and will make a true wife to whoever may have won her A thousand boys will regret that her choice was other than one of her near acquaintances and hope she is married to a gentleman worthy of so good a lady The above weddings were solemnized at the home of Mr and Mrs R B Wilkinson by Eld W G Montgomery of this city Casey News Last Call All persons who owe me taxes for the years 1902 1903 1904 and 1905 must settle at once My term as Sheriff will expire Jan 1st and I am compelled to collect No excuse will be accepted proceedlmy deputies will make a tour of the county in a short time and you can either be prepared to pay or have your property levied on I mean business 2t F W MILLER Sheriff Masonic Appointment The following gentleman members of the Masonic Lodges here were ap pointed on various committees for the ensuing year 1 FinanceW A Coffey MontgomeryIPaull appointedIGrand Chaplain and Virgil oPJones Grand Sword Bearer Valuable Resident Property for Sale We offer our entire resident property for sale at inviting prices andreas onable terms consisting of two dwell ings with eight or nine acres of ground on Burkeville street a good dwelling with over an acre of ground in vicinity of M and F High school known as the Taylor property Also an organ and piana both first class condi tion Call on or address L V Hall or Mrs L T Powell Columbia Ky Marriage Licenses The following marriage licensee have be m issued since our last report r Finis Cpomer to Miss Lula Roach Robt B Keltner to Miss Ella M Shirley j Dr C M Russell to Miss Angeline Clark f r y it 1 i1 I S i Columbia needs four or five more up todate brick business houses Rev W T Salmon has entered the Cumberland Theological Seminary at Lebanon Tenn Remember the singing cat Antioch Sunday and be present if you enjoy soulstirring music 1 j ii js Do not fail to hear Dr E L Powell at the Presbyterian church Thursday night November 2 Frank Sinclair bought from WA Newby his grocery store and will retail as well as wholesale groceries Mr W H Gill has broken ground for the foundation for his new residence near tne Lindsay Wilson Training School Rev W A Hines the new Presiding Elder for the Columbia District has removed his family to the District parson age on Burksville street The wave of last week was rather comforting to merchants All kinds of winter goods were in demand and sheet iron stoves move out liked 14c cotton in the South Mr Jo N Conover our County Road Supervisor has started work on the oreek hill on the Stanford road He is starsing right and when completed will be a fine piece of highway The Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company will give entire satisfac tion It pays a larger dividend than any other company Its business is honestly conducted See J E Murrell In the entirehistory of Columbia it was never so hard to get carpenters as at present They are not gone neither are they idle but hammering and sawing every day putting up new houses Mr John F Newton has resigned as jailor of Taylor county Mr Newton has served several terms and has made a most efficient officer W T Blakey has been appointed to fill the unexpired term Insure in The Farmers Home Insur ance Company of Junction City Ky The only company in the State that makes any claim of paying their losses in full S 1 BLAIR Agt J E Gowdys heading machine which has been located on the Newbo1d farm has finished cutting half a million feet of headingsthe largest single lot of headings ever turned out in Adair coun ty This timber will be hauled to Campbellsville for shipment For SaleA Bargain IHouse and lot for 1500 one half cash balance on easy terms Call on Miss Lorena Pile Columbia Ky or address ALLEN PILE care of P F Collier Son 711 Pine Street St Louis Mo 2t Those who laughed at the solicitors for funds to build the Lindsay Wilson School ought to now realize the mag netic touch given Columbia Every thing is moving and the future rosy It takes schools to bring into onr inland towns the most desirable citizens We have the attractions and the people the kind we want are coming coming Public Sale On November 15 1905 at theresidence- of the late J J EppersonewiIl sell at public auction all the personal prop erty belonging to said deceaseds estate Terms made known on day of sale T J and V M Epperson Adminis trators 2 t There was preaching at the Presby terian Methodist and Christian churches last Sunday and an all day singing in the court house and yet good audien ces at every place This shows the prevailing sentiment of our people it marks them as a church going people Why should any man who loves the good and wants to give bis children an education longer yait to take up his abode in Columbia The meeting at the Christian church is still in progress and growing in in terest every day Eld J Q Montgom ery expounding the scriptures with great power His sermon last Sunday subject The Church of Christ was pointed forcible and entertaining and the large audience seemed delighted Attend this meeting and you will be well paid Mr J E Murrell who has been con nected with the News from its first is sue to date has retired from newspaper work and will devote his timandt ent to insurance Mr Murrell has had considerable experience in the field of insurance and we wish him well in his new business His connection with this paper is severed arid all parties haying business totransact wlthvtheiNews re- hereby notified j iii f t t Chestnuts are now on the market and they are extra fine See our line of Furniture before buyx ing elsewhere Neat Hancock Staples PofVSale My house and lot adjoining fairground Good water 3 t Robert Hudson Lowe Bros of Green County are removing their tin shop to Columbia They will be located over kW Bennets store In a short time they will be ready to do any kind of work needed in tin or sheet iron for thepeople in this section Miss Tillie Trabue delgihtfully entertained the faculties of the two schools at her home Willow Glen last Friday evening Miss Trabues entertain ments are always most enjoyable and the one Friday evening was declared a a very pleasant occasion Miss Verna Dohoney is employed as sales lady in the cloak and skirt depart ment in WLWalkersstore Miss Dohoney is well qualified to fill this im portant station with credit to herself profit to her employer and comfort to all customers The subject of Dr Powells lecture to be given in this city at an early date is Citizenship in a Republic If there is any thing in a subject we predict this lecture will be interesting from begining to end however Dr Powell is always interesting Mr Wm irvin purchased from Fair banks Morse and Co through their agents here WF Jeffries and son the Jack of All Trades engine heretofore used in the News office Mr Irvin will have it completely overhauled by Mr Helms ofEsto before using it when this is done we predictthat it will run as well as when firstput to use Mr H C Walker of Gradyville was at the Old Soldiers Home at Pee Wee Valley near Louisville last week to vis it Mr J W Nelson Mr Walker found him much improved in health his leg being entirely healed and able to go on crutches Mr Walker found the home ideal in every particular andthe Old Soldiers enjoying it The Singing last Sunday in the court house was highly enjoyed by the many present and so many were there in the afternoon as to crowd the large hall and leave many on the outsideI It was ojir pleasure to hear a songs led by Mr J S Stapp and the music was so soul stirring as to make us long for another just like this one in the near future We did riot hear other leaders but in justice to Mr Stapp we desire to say that there is music in his voiceMr W L Farris one of cur best citI perIFarhisville this week where he will make his home with Mrs Ollie Durham his dauhgter Mr Farris has nearly reach ed his 88th year in life and this move is the first step taken to quit the active pursuits of farm life thGeorge W Cook one of our best citizens received a very painful injury last Friday while cutting cane Some how or other a cane seed flew off ard hit the pupil of his left eye almost de stroying it Medical attention was given and Mr Cook can now partially see Unfortunateiy he lost the sight of his right eye while young and should this hurt prove fatal to that eye he Will be totally blind Every cent of the proceeds of the Powell lecture will be invested in a worthy cause Let every true citizt n of Columbia and Adair county contrib ute to make this one of the most 4 Joy able occasions of the season YouH will not only be entertained while listenirg to the matchless eloquence of Dr Pow ell but he will give you something to take home with you and think about Lend him your presence on the evening of November 2nd and you willnever regret doing so Gov J R Hindman dropped into our offiice one day last week and in conversation he stated 1 notice that my friend Tim Collins has gained a notoriety as a pumpkin man and I believe 1 am in the lead of the aforesaid gentle product grew welt There are one or two vines I am satisfied that will measure 75 feet in length The three hills covered a large part of my potato patch which is nota small piece of ground I pulled one pumpkin that measured 6 feet inc crcumference and tipped the scales at 61 pounds There were quite a number of pthervery rge ones but the weighing job was too much for me Mr Collins can get a few sedfrmsom of niycnoice s cimns9 the ondi tioritbltbt will agree to enrich his- gardeiland prpjterly work them V 4W 1 Z i Public Sale of Valuable Real Estate GOIiUcnig 1E14TUCY- i Saturday Nov 4th at 2 Oclock F M The following property will be sold to the highest andlest 1bidder dZ A two story frame dwelling located on Burkes vile street In the corporate limits of Colum bia containing about 2J acres of land with plenty of pure water supplied by a living spring This property is desirable for a home and is well located Outbuildings in good re pair as well as the dwelling L M HHLL Columbia Ky = i J 1 t1e i 1 COLUMBIA STEAM LAUNDRY TELEPHONE 43 Is now in operation turning out firstclass work Our customers are all pleased and we are sure to please you Following are some of our prices SHIRTSlOc to 12c COLLARS 2cCUFFSUNDERSHIRTS8c to lOc V DRAWERS8c to lOc SOCKS per pair 4cto 5c HANDKERCHIEFS 3c to 5c NIGHT SHIRTS lOc c SHIRT WAISTS15 to 25c CHEMISETTES5c to 15c COATS2cWHITE VESTS frlSc to 25c PANTS 25c TIES3cto 5- cBLANKETS25cto 5 OcITABLE CLOTHS10c to 25c COUNTERPANES lOc to 20c LACECURTAINS40c to 1 FLAT WORK IRONED 5c per lb FLAT WORK ROUGH DRY 3c per lb ROUGH DRY FAMILY WASH4c per lb SUITS OVERCOATS CLEANED PRESSED family dry at BECK STRANGES Grocery store Agents want ed in every tow- nHURT BROS SHREVE Props COLUMBIA KY Millinery Dlsplav I have just returned form the market with a beautiful line of Fall and Winter millinery which will be on display Fri day All the ladies of Adair and ad joining counties are invited to call MRS S STRANGE Dr J D Russell manager for the Adair Oil Company is experiencing much trouble in his drilling on the Pow ell farm He has not yet reached a depth of 100 feet due to breakage of va rious kinds At any rate Mr Russell takes a rosy view of the situation and says he is confident of a good strike la ter on At present oil and water is flowing from the well The good condition of our roads for the last two months has been of muchworth to the heayy wagon traffic from the county to Columbia principally due from lumber and staves and lagely composed of the latter Some days the Square has almost been blocked with wagons and it is not an uncommon thing to see 8 to 10 wagons loaded with barrel material com ing in at one time Robert Watson a young man living near Watson in the Green river coun try accidentally shot himself Monday morning while handling a revolver he passIedcalf of his leg Fortunately the ballI missed the main artery and he is ting along as well as could ba expected We call attention to the advertisement- of the Columbia Steam Laundry in this issue a new and needed industry for this 1wasone could desire Remember that thisI enterprise is local and dependent on al patronage and so long as itgives good results it is the duty of every citizen to give it aid Read the advertisementI Dr E L Powell soon ure in this city is one of the ablest and most eloquent speakers of Louisville He has been pastor of the First ChristItian church that city for the teen years and it is conceded that he preaches to the largest congregations of any minister in the city Services are frequently held by him at Itfacau lays theater on which occasions that magnifficent auditorium is filled to overflowing His sermons are often published in the Louisville papers and read with interest bythe peo lejbjC the entire nation 5- 5 4 7 H Vvf 1a y Tisi 4 for Sale Irly farm on Pettys Fork five miles South of Columbia containing 265 acres of bottom land good building plenty water and timber The farm is in a good state of cultivationJ R Johnson Arrangements have been made for a lecture once a month at the Lindsay Wilson school during the Winter Dr Gross Alexander Dr Tigart Dr F M Thomas have promised to deliver one each Dr Pinson also is expected to deliver at least one during the present term These lectures will prove profi table as wellas entertaining to the students and citizens of this section who enjoy hearing deep thinkers on timely topics John Troutman son of Mrs Mollfe Troutman of the Bliss country while out squirrel hunting Monday morning happened to a very painful accident Young Troutman was in the act of shooting a suuirrel when the animal moved and as he lowered the g unit was discharged the ball entering his ankle coming out the bottom of his foot The wound is a very painful one but we trust that it will heal rapidly and Mr Troutman will soon be out again IAn unusually good letter from James appears in this issue of the News rIt would render the paper of more worthy if our correspondents in the different parts of the county and adjoining coun ties would take a little more interest in their reports It would also be worth more to their respective communities Correspondents wake up and put your wits to work If no one is reporting from your community remember that a good report is always acceptable We desire to tender our thanks to the many subscribers in Casey and Rsssell counties who came forward last week with the cash A paper cannot exist without means and a county paper is largely dependent on its subscribers There are many yet in arrears and we trust that every person knowing him winIhave just put in a four norse power engine and some other fixtures that ne cessitatedthe expenditure of nearly 400 and to be plain we need the money You may owe only 1 but there are hundreds of such accounts on our books which means a good sum when bulked A statement will be mailed you just as soon as your account can be reached it 1 1ii Jg TJ rf l i i4r jJ i r t t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 25 1945 L iwYSendXqur Money = Away FOR 2 TSewingMachines1j r T When You Can Buy the Best in Your Own Town- DirectS From the Maker xAt as Low Prices and on Better Terms 4Lr ifT Bythis sign you YiI and known Direct Your Thoughts toOs1 FOR YOUR SPRlttG CARPETS HUGS LINOLEUMS FIATTINGS AND DRAPERIES HUBBUCH BROS 524526528 LOUISVILLE KY A M EMLER C COLE Mangr THEO VPres Farmers Home Hotel W T W Iii Flour Grist ro and Rock OF To IN and all of a and to do i1 Your is with that set of or we them Give us your and we will you top are work and us a we and you of sam of and fit c K j fk r r wsr SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE KY W St Pres W card E ciS BYAag Best 100 S TO OF PYNE PREST FRED HARDWICK SECT a TREAS T PYNE MILL andSUrrLY60J ESTABLISHED 1889 MILLWRIGHTS AND MACHINISTS ofICement Mills- Distilleries Crushers- REPAIRS ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED No 1301THIRTHEENTH and I LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I JAMES TRIPLETT DENTIST KENTUCKY I2TOFFICE JEFFRIES BLOCK Iam prepared to fix Pumps Woodwork kinds repairing specialty Horseshoeing Blacksmithing Tam prepared your buggy repairing on short notice LOCATION WATER STREET WADEHEU8 NIS neighbor pleased ombstones monument sold order please Our prices lowest You get firstclass material Write and will call show our line designs and pIes marble granite CoAKLEY SIMMS BEOS Campbellsyille rS at SINGER SEwINGJS MACHINES COMPANYE- AST COLUMBIA Market RECTANUS New COLUMBIA 00422 ST Above Preston LOUISVILLE Equipt fntelin the U1nite States STREETCAR FACILITIES ALL PARTS CITY W 1861INCORPORATED Tinwork MARKET Jobbing Work SolicitedNew Sheet iron and Tank Work MAIN STS The Gourir Journal DURING 1905 THERE WILL BE MANY ATTRACTIVE DE GomGTONEWSPAPER MAIL RATES Daily Courier Journal I year 6 Daiiu and SundauI year 8 Weeklu year uICOURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the AUAI COUNTY NEWS An Eight Page Local Paper AND THE WEEKLY both one year for only 150onlyAlltion offer must be sent through laMairCoJews weir 2iviff oJ1f 1 1LIMIT TO SUNS LIFE ASTRONOMER SAYS GREAT ORB L GROWS SMALLER i Old Sol Still Has 24000000 Years to Exist HoweverEnglish Scien tist Declares Tremendous Force Is at Work London The prodigality with which the sun dispenses heat and the possi bilities which arise from this prodigal ity have formed thesubectof an address delivered by the great astronomer Sir Robert Ball the other night He could not escape from the opera tion of the simple rule he said that as it gave out heat the snnsbodymust get smaller What the sun would become in the future be could not say but if one sun with a measure it had shrunk 16 hoursi ago the sun was nearly a million times larger than at present and the simple principle that a redhot poker is a trifle larger than when cold must also apply to the sun The most important question regard ing the sun he said is the manner in which its heat is kept up Supposing every particle of coal were taken from the earth and poured into the sun how long would it keep that orb going It is a scientific truth the lecturer de clared that the entire coal supply of the world would not give the suns heat for more than the ten thousandth part of a single moment of time This prodigality of heat connot be kept up by combustion there must some tremendous force of energy Thais however an idea which is assuming a clearer and more definite shape whic gives proof how the suns heat i kept up The sun it was said by the mere fac of attraction of its particles gives us as much heat as could be got from burnin calculationlsthat it Is not only to the earth that th sun gives heat it shows that the su yearsAecution of the suns energy has been due aitof a paltry 24000000 years of life al lowed to the sun it would be 1000000000 yearsiGAS TO PROPEL VESSELS Day of Steamship Is Believed to Be Passing AwayMay Be Called Gasser St LouisIf a vessel propelled by steam power is called a steamer should a vessel in which the motive power is gas be called a gasser The possibilitythatrIDe propulsion will be largely effect ed a engineshoseboard For stationary purposes plants of this description have already been erected on a large scale and more than one firm of engineers is said to be en gaged in perfecting a combined plant consisting of engine and gas generator which shall be lighter and oc crpy less space than the present combination of steam boilers and engine power for power The gas used is known as producer gas and is to all intents and purposes steam or water vapor passed through incandescentt coke in a special form of furnace The resultant gas is a combination of carbon monoxide hydrogen and nitrogen Utilizing the fuel in this manner is claimed to effect a very appreciative economy as compared with burning it under a boiler to generate steam Indeed it has been estimated that on pound of fuel will thus go as far as three pounds in the latter method This on a long voyage not only means the reduction of the coal bill but also a corresponding increase in cargo space or passenger accommodation Experts say it behooves steamship companies to pause before adopting the steam turbine in a wholesale manner MISSIVE COMES TOO LATE i German Student Kills Himself Just as Aid Comes from Home in Bremen Germany Brooklyn N YCarl Oldenberg 2 4I earsoldand believed to belong to an excellent family in Bremen Ger many was found dead in his bed at hangIlngturned on full Oldenberg came to this country from Bremen about this y arsago He had considerabl- money at first but when his funds b gan to grow low he secured a post tion He lost this position about a month ago and since then has bee anxiously awaiting a remittance from his parents In Bremen He wrote toJ them about two weeks ago and for t hsbeeneagerlly bALe morning about ten oclock the long expected letter from Bremen arrive d detecteijlltheOldenbergs door was openedand he was found lying on lbebd des Tnere was n letter on the dresser a dressed to Ills mother in Bremen and a photograph cna standon the fback 1of iraa written f la Gwman c t 1 r iL j 1J li1i The playbas come to an end I have played my last card My address Is l7NicholasstreetBJemen The photograph was that of a grout of seven young Germans eviuently students and a cross was placed by Oldenherg above bas own picture I News in Kentucky A LOUISVILLE GIRL She Will Marry a Western Mine Own er Rated in the Millions Louisville Ky Oct 18Mrs Eliza beth Wymond Young one of Louis villes most beautiful young women will become the bride of John Francis Judge the owner of several gold and turquoise mines in Utah and regarded as several times a millionaire The ceremony will take place at the home of the bride and only immediate friends and relatives will be present The honeymoon will be spent in New York for which pace the couple leave Wednesday night She is well known in that city and in other social cen terseMr Judge is a graduate of Yale and Van Rensselaer university Troy N Y The young people met in Can fornia two years ago and it was a case of love at first sight They will make their home in Salt Lake City ASKED FOR AN OPTION A Controlling In rest in the LouUvilla Tobacco Warehouse Wanted Louisville Ky Oct l8A local brokerage firm offered 80 for the common stock of the Louisville Tobacco Ware themartprincipal officers of the company was Theson common pertone companygof less than 150 for the stock dThe brokers who are seeking the op rapnJanuary 1 ITHE MOB HANGED HIM Jury Gave Virgil Bowers Convicted of i Murder a Life Sentence ILondon Ky Oct l8Virgil Bow ers negro who killed George Far wasIan ap ple tree scarcely out of town by armedImen and a masked mob of men supposed to have come from Knox county Bowers shot and killed Farris without one word being spoken by either There was one white man with Farris and a negro with Bowers Both testified that the killing was without provocation The negros body was found at daylight swung to a tree two feet from the ground Bow bynToll Road Company indicted Newport Ky Oct lSThe grand jury in session at Alexandria made a report finding anindictment against the Grants Lick Claryville and Butler Turnpike Co It is charged in the Indictment that the company willfully turnItoll was being charged Indicted For Attempted Bribery Covington Ky Oct 18 Charles B Jarvis who was confined in jail at Cat lettsburg servIng a sentence for retailing whisky without a license was indicted in the United States court for offering 25 it is alleged to the jailer to bribe him to let him escape from jail MeeteLouisville Ky Oct 1SWhen the 105th annual communication of the Masonic grand lodge of Kentucky one of the oldest bodies in the United States was called to order over 600 delegates from all parts of Kentucky answered to their names A Kentucky Man Robbed Robbedrof all his private papers notes andI cash with the exception of 30 F E Stanley of Louisville Ky stop ped here en route to Houston Tex to make complaint against the sleeping car company Fatal Fight Over a Woman fightlover a town Mark Smith shot Tilman West three times killing him instantly Smith escaped to the mountains and officers have gone to arrest him Tauntse18Becauseehe was subject to fits and his playmates had taunted him Herbert Reed hisn1by hardwork by physicians Judge James A Burnam Dead Richmond Ky Oct 18 JFormer County Judge JamesA Burnam died here at his home after a lingering ill ness He was4SrearsOf age and the son of Judge Curtis F Burnam He is SJ1tvivedQyhisVif Newport Man Held Up Newport Ky Oct 18 Henry Hess of this city reported to the police that sandbaggeddavenue 1 y twtt men who robbd him tit two riW blankets U iVHtl i i 4 s t u f IWD WITH KINGCROSS OO7WHNY IMPORTERS INCORPORATED AND JOBBERS OF v DRESS DRY GOODS 1 LADIES AND f MENSI ICLOAKS ETCIants who may want to see Mr King LM COOOOOOc7000 iX pJSgPgfo ooo sBR INSURE IN THE INSURANCECOMPANY Its Purely Mutual A policyholders Company Its Expense Account ha s always been the lowestIt and pays the largest annual dividends theLOWESTFor further informationAPPLY TQ SMITHIy AGENT IIl Ky TrustlILOUISVILLE KYActs as Executor Administrator Trustee Guardian Assignee etc and as agent and andOrdersan Rents burgarprOOfvaultspropertyninterest semiannuallyTakes charge of real estate collects rents pays taxes insurance etc and mekes salesof ManagementActs andaooDepository for Trustees Guardians Executors Administrators and fiduciaries Enterprise CHAS F SANS BRO Props 234 to 242 Market Street Bet Floyd Preston LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY RATESl PER DAY Aba lute satisfaction Guaranteed Specia 4ates to regular boarders a1xr 000C r0 Do You Want aiHOME Lwe can furnish you oneany kind you want We for sale a great variety of farms dwelling houses houses and business propositions Ihave 1DO YOU WANT A FARM us what kind of a place you are looking forwhat what improvements where located how much willing to invest and any other partinent Isize have farms of all sizes character and prices and youJ certain to interest you if you are on the market card will bring you one of our printed lists Gsntral Kentucky Rsa Estate GomDanu I LEBANON KENTUCKY 1 DR JAMES MENZIES Columbia Ky Hotel OFFICE t IAT RESIDENCE PHONE 35 i9STE0PiiTJf y lJ c ns torT Free atomoe lZ Ir 4 4 h JfCl W4r aM 1 4 r ii iL s l X 1 t I T l r tw 4 U qJF iI w p t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 25 1905 DRAGGING down pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can attack a woman viz falling of the womb With this t l periodsvasteful I nervousness dizziness irritability tire J feeling inability to i walk Idss of appetite color and beauty The cure is I WINE CAR D u Il1iigPHE FEMALE REGULATO7 that marvelous curative extract or natural wine of herbs f 1 which exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence on an female organs Cardui relieves pain regulates the menses stops drains and stimulates the womb muscles to N= 2f pull the womb up into place K j It is a sure and permanent cure for all female complaints k i WRITE US A LETTER l ut aside all timidity and write ns frankly in strictest confi tis all your symptoms I We will send free advice le1yand sealed envelope how to Address Ladies Advisory Chattanooga Tenn- Medicine Co C 1NtI INtn I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN IMrsNaomi suffer as It is tne medi cine I ever had in my house iOHN A HOBSON DEALER IN I Furniture Wall Paper I Doors Windows f Cook Stoves 1Lith Cement The Place for Bargains GREENS BURG KENTUCKY iii DBHLBR BROTHERS 116 East Market Street iUIsvIL1I1E TUCKY jiJarry all Heights in Stock SEND FOR IAD PRICES ATALOGUE i IN It dO INCh 4 zNCtl INCH I best ELLW9DfIELD FEHCE STANDARD STYLE MADE IR SIX HEIGHTS IuI UkTo Tobacco x Shippers 1We wish to state to our friends throughout the g rowing sections that we are not connect T ed direc tly or indirectly with any other ware house or warehpuse company We cond uct a Strictly Independent Tobacco Wareho u e Commission Businesst c A RIDGES CO T ropsr PICKETT TOBAGCO WAREHOUSE ICUJEVJIL T KENTUCKY j PATTERSON HOTELKV 42 j er place can be found than at the above named hotelI iegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied with al the market affords Feed Stable hi connection J B PATTERSON OflLLER BENNETTGMANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN iiiFllruituro Chairs aM MatresS6S i J cNo WEST MAIN STREET r BFifth and Sixth Streetsj- rr i TL l l it1 c s fi1 J ffI JI F 1Jmykjfeeldid 10ll1V1I 6i U w V i Lt 4x r iSOLVE LAKE MYSTERY A DIVER LOCATES SCHOONER WRECK OF 14 YEARS AGO Fishermens Nets Become Caught in Derelict Vessel Off Michigan Port Investigation Follows Various Surmises Michigan City IndA lake mystery of several years is believed to have been solved by the discovery of a wrecked threemasted schooner ten miles north east of this port and three miles off New Buffalo Mich Some days ago fishermen from Now Buffalo discovered a derelict vessel off that port their nets becoming caught on the vessel The discovery was reported to Capt A A Kent of the lifesaving station of this city who with his crew and Diver George Culbert went to New Buffalo and made investigations Diver Culbert located the wreck in 56 feel of waterInstead of the wreck as it was be lieved of the steamer Chicora of the Graham Morton Transportation company which was lost in a gale on the night of January 1 1895 while en route to St Joseph from Chicago with her crew of 26 men the wreck the diver found was a threemasted schooner 175 feet long and resembling the schooner Thomas Hume belonging to the late Charles Hackley of Muskegon which mysteriously disappeared during a July night 14 years ago The Hume and her companion boat the Haus Simmons left Chicago for Muskegon both sailing light On the fol lowing day the Simmons arrived at Muskegon but the Hume was never again heard of notwithstanding the fact that thousands of dollars were spent in an effort to locate the missing vessel The Hume carried a crew of seven men none of whom reached shore Diver Culbert reports that he searched the wrecked schooner carefully for a name but found none her hull having been carried away Diver Culbert says the vessels hold was nearly filled with sand and that it was impossible to search for the remains of the vessels crew BARS FLIRTING IN CHURCH Sioux City Ia YM C A Secretary Claps Ban on Chats Behind Hymn Books Sioux City IaNo more tender messages and exchange of confidences will be permitted between Pretty Sue shelteringhymnif the suggestion of Secretary Hell man of the Y vIC A to the minis terial association is followed out defendingthecharge that the association does not fulfill its mission in that it fails to get a greater number of young men into the churchesWould think of putting a new lyborn babe into an ice box in quired the secretary with asperity That is what it would be like for young men to go to the churches as they are now generally conducted We got 14000 young men into our as sociation rooms last year and threw about them good influences and got them to attend our Sunday meetings What the church should do is to have its representatives atourbuilding to show our young men that the churches are attractive The young men you have attend ing your churches are usually accOm- panied by young women and T tell you a young man is not susceptible to religious teaching when he sits be side a young woman and has the op portunity to visit with her They ought to be free from this temptation and the churches should look after the young men and not complain because theY1 C A does not do it all KING OF FINANCE TO QUIT J P Morgan Jrs Election to Directorate Leads to Prediction of Fathers Retirement New YorkThe retirement of J Pierpont Morgan in favor of his son J P Morgan Jr now in charge of the London branch of the banking house was predicted in Wall street The eletcion of Morgan Jr to the directorate of the Western Pacific Railway company the first office he has ever accepted in the United States was taken in the financial district as confirmation of the report that the son was soon to relieve his father of his business cares Now itis said that by January 1 1906 young Mr Morgan will have stepped at least partially into his fa thers shoes on this side of the At lantic and that his election as a director of the Western Pacific was the firstdfsuchhonors in 35 corpora tions ofwhich the eider Morgan is at present a director For the past three years the elder Morgan has given more of his atten tion to charity and art and less to his vast business Interests His wealth is estimated at from 100000000 to 50OOOOOOIPearl Found in River The most valuable pearl ever found in the vicinity of Vincennes Ind was taken from the Wabash river yamussel digger who ibid it to D WrI Q90irheoJ Vincennes where more than 150 people are taking the bottom of the Wabaeli for iilhIsapd pearls l j ttJ ib SAM H ISLE EXECUTED He Confessed that He Was Guilty of the Assault Winchester Ky Oct 20 Sam Hisle colored was hanged in the jail yard hero He went to the scaffold with a firm step and without assist ance He stated hat he was guilty of the crime for whiCh Ae was about to suffer death and that nVCreely forgave all who had a part in his elce cuTion7 He asked the assistance of the officers and the white people to root out the colored dens of inquity which had led to his ruin and to help the colored people to a higher plane of life His neck was broken and he died with little struggling The crime for which he was executed was an atrocious one On August 14 he went to the house of Mrs Bond and tried to assault her but she escaped He then went to the home of Mrs Jasper Case and finding her alone assaulted her and fled He was captured at Paris and taken to Lexington for safekeeping When brought here for trial a mob was formed to lynch him but the sheriff and circuit judge by strenuous efforts succeeded t in preventing il MARCUMS REMAINS They May Be Dug Up To Settle DoubtGrand Jury Dismissed Jackson Ky Oct 20The grand jury which has been investigating the Marcum murder was dismissed by Circuit Judge Riddle The jury reported that it would not find an indictment against any one else for the murder Commonwealths Attorney Adams asked Judge Riddle to summon another grand jury saying that in his opinion the evidence given before the jury which hail just reported was sufficient to warrant several indictments Judge Riddle took the matter under advise ment Owing to an alleged discrep thatIr LOUISVILLES NEW THEATER Negotiations Fora Site Have Been Practically Closed Louisville Ky Oct 20Congress- man Joseph L Rhinock of Covington newflYpracticallyrwhich will be erected one of the handsomest theaters in the south the cost of the site and the theater to be 250 000 Marshal Neys Son Louisville Ky Oct 20 Returning to die on Indiana soil Dr E M C Newman Marshal Neys reputed son who has been spending the last two years in Oklahoma is spending a day toiConstable Fatally Shot Bowling Green Ky Oct 20Vollie Whittalcer constable of Butler coun ty was attacked and shot to pieces by six men at Morgantown and will die He was guarding a house being built which had been torn down several times at night IPaducahs Registration Paducah Ky Oct20Complete- returns from the registration show a total of Democrats 2124 republicans 1626 miscelaneous 137 The re publicans Wednesday on supplemen tary day registered 669 to the democrats 379 Charles A Gaines Dead Newport Ky Oct20Charles A Gaines one of the most prosperous stock raisers of Bullittsville Boone county Ky died at his late residence of Brights disease aged 55 years He leaves a wife and four children t Turman Found Guilty Covington Ky Oct20Samuel- Tumian charged with alleged pension fraud was found guilty by a jury in the federal court When taken to jail Turman broke down and cried Mo tion for a new trial was filed L Got Three of Them Back negroIjail One of them was captured be fore he got out of townabdwpvera found the next morning The other two made their escape Kentuckian Died ma Chair St Louis Oct 20Dr Richard Men ifee Kerely formerly of Kentucky was found dead in a chair He served in the confederate army with the First Kentucky Infantry and as staff officer 6f Gen Tillmani The Bible His Device WqbIsr super1it Iident of hasselecttson isa minister Butts Brains Out In Cell f Richmond Ky Oct 50 Robert iGoff committed suicide in jail Thiirs day7 night by butting lila brains out aocrainstthe iron bars He was confined a few days ago to get him over a spree Possibly New Jersey coiild utilize ptolcingher i 2 f r I I THE GREAT WHITE PLAGUE The People Will Be Edueaied In AnI Effort To Fight It Louisville 1 Oct 19A company under the tij pof the Kentucky Tu berculosis syRtarium was organized here with capital of 26000 They have secured an option on a desirable location In the eastern part of the city janowlll build at once The of the association are to functionsj educational campaign in nity with reference to tubercular diseases and to maintain free hospitals for poor people thus afflicted The in come of the association will be derived from the annual dues of its members and from gifts and other sourcesII HE FELL FIVE Although Terribly Injured Archie Wise of Louisville Will RecoverI Louisville Ky Oct 19Pedestrians BroadwayIArchie Wise fall from the fifth story of the new Louisville Nashville biulding As he fell he struck iron projections at every story and parts of his clothing were torn away Work men rushed to the basement expect ing to find the man crushed but he was still conscious He was removed to Sts Mary and Elizabeth hospital susltainedmany bruises He will recoveriTHE MOSE FELTNER CASE Transferred To Lee Circuit Court and Will Be Tried at BeattyvilleI Owingsville Ky Breathitt county circuit court at Jack son the case of Mose Feltner charged with the murder of Jesse Fields a member of the Hargis faction was- transferred to the Lee circuit court j and will be tried at Beattyville at the November term Feltner fears assassin tion and two friends guard him Young Jockey Killed Lexjngton Ky Oct 19Johnny thorlIkicked receiving injuries from which he died The jockeys foot was caught in the stirrup and he was dragged for some distance Will Drill Deeper Wells Salt Lick Ky Oct 19A party of 36 capitalists headed by H H Rogers of Pittsburg arrived here en route to Ragland where they are prospecting for new oil wells They are to some new holes down much deeperI than those now pumping Jury Acquits George Ward ILondon Ky Oct 19Goo Ward was acquitted by a jury brought from Knox county on the charge of con spiracy with Joe Landrum and his brother Frank Ward in the killing of- Jeff Golf Frank and Landrum were sentenced to the pen Churchill Downs Sold Louisville Ky Oct 19 Charles F Grainger president of the Louisville Jockey club and mayor of Louisville closed a deal for the purchase oft Churchill Downs for 135000 cash Mayor Grainger is acting as trustee for a syndicate Fatally Injured By a Train Barbourville Ky Oct 19Frank- Mayes who was run over by a Louis yule Nashville train at a road crossing near here died from his injuries Two months ago his first cousin John Cox was run over and killed in the same place Death of Andrew J Kimmey Versailles Ky Oct 19Andrew J Kimmey 68 one of the bestknown citizens of Versailles died of heart dis ease Mr Kimmey was a native of Circleyille O He had been a merchant tailor in this city since 1872 Many Suits Against Creditors Bowling Green Ky Oct 19Forty four suits against persons owing the P J Potters Sons bank which failed jot 1000000 were filed by the trus tee in bankruptcy Two hundred more suits will be brought Somersets Electric Railway Somerset Ky Oct 19With the exception of one passageway the right Of way for the electric street railway here has been secured and work was begun The car line will run a distance of eight miles Col Mottley Accepts Bowling Green Ky Oct 19CoL IDL Mottley one of the wealthiest men of the city accepted the repub lican nomination for mayor The In cumbent George T Wilson lSLbe democratic nominee The Working Force Increased Somerset Ky Oct 19The force of laborers at work on the new C N O TP railroad shops here has been Increased to 000 The shopsrwhen completed will have cost over half a million dollarsIValuable Dog Dead Bowling Ore nltYi Oct 19BIos som owned by the Bowling Green Kennel club diedHe was winner ol the championship cup at the last meet ing of the NatlOnal For Hunters as sociation Pleads forJa11 An eastern man has asked to bt put In jaiL because he has five wives He must have reasons for belieying that tjiey intend to call pmiiiin In i body i f l rfi i A WEDDING THWARTED The QroomToBe Shot and Fatally Wounded An Unwelcome Guest Lexington Ky Oct 21A wedding was thwarted by the groomtobe shoot ing an unwelcome guest After a romantic courtship of six years William King a horse trainer of Boston came here to wed Katherine Sebree When he went to the young womans home to be married he met C W Scott a whisky dealer whom he disliked They quarreled and Scott was shot just beneath the eye and is not expected to survive When arrested King claim ed the bridetobe had shot Scott The young woman denied it and the police say that they have proof positive that King fired the shot He trained horses for R W Robb Son of Boston TAMPERING WITH THE MAIL Post Office Official at Lexington Ar rested on That Charge Lexington Ky Oct 21Joseph K Croghan city distributor in the local post office was arrested by UnitedIStates Inspectors George W Soranson of Cincinnati and C B Speer of Lexington charged with tampering with United States mail A decoy letter containing 14 in marked bills had been opened and the money was found In Croghans possession He confess ed to peculations as far back as Jan uary He was released on 1000 bond to answer to the federal grand jury YADON IS ACQUITTED Legislative Nominee Found Not Guilty of Using Lodge Funds London Ky Oct 21The trial of James G Yadon republican nominee for state representative resulted in a verdict of acquittal One day last week an Indictment was returned against him charging him with fraud ulently converting to his own use 250 belonging to London lodge No 249 Independent Order of Odd Fellows of which he was secretary It is now un i derstood that no further action will be taken A Plague of Glanders Louisville Ky Oct 21Because of the prevalence of glanders in Jefferson county Dr F T Eisenman state veterinarian by authority of the state board of health ordered all public wa tering places for stock closed and the water shut off and the troughs filled with lime for 90 days His Injuries Were Fatal Covington Ky Oct 2LWhile at play John Schneider 13 living at No 45 Center street Central Covington ran into a brick pile and was rendered unconscious He grew worse and died Coroner Tarvin found that the boy had burst an artery in the brain causing a hemorrhage Rich Distiller Indicted Louisville Ky Oct 21D K Weis kopf president of the Mellwood Dis tilling Co was indicted by the grand jury of Shelby county for operating a motor vehicle at a greater speed than five miles per hour The case was ordered docketed for trial in Feb ruary Orders For Ballot Paper Frankfort Ky Oct 21Orders for ballot paper to be used in the several counties of the state in the approach ing election have been coming in rapidly to the department of secretary of state who purchased it under the pro- vIsions of the election statutes The Lynchers Denounced London Ky Oct 21Circuit Judge H C Faulkner in his charge to the Laurel county grand jury on the lynching of Virgil Bowers denounced the mob as a gang of murderers and said they were infinitely worse than the man they hanged White Boy Shot a Man Rockport Ky Oct 21AlvIn Por ter the negro shot here by Cleve Har rell a white boy died in jail Porter had been drinking and struck Harrell who secured a revolver and shot him Harrell fled but later returned and gave himself up eyC IJ Ludlow Man Dropped Dead J St Louis Oct 21 Charles Burk 40 formerly of Ludlow Kyt where his wife and family reside dropped dead while at work in FrIdman Bros shoe factory Burk has recently been liv ing at No 3305 Morgan street St Louis He Shot at a Boarder tLexington Ky Oct 21Percy Smith the 18yearold son of WIrSmith proprietor of a boardinghouse on Vine street was arrested Friday on the charge of shooting at a boarder who became abusive Thursday nightJ Rat Poison Kills Two Children Maykingr Ky Oct 21Two children of John Cornette aged 5 and 7 respectively residing in Upper Perry county were poisoned to death by eat ing arsenic the father had put out on a piece of bread for rat poison An EngJneer Electrocuted Central City Ky Oct 21 Charles M Lancaster aged 49 engineer at the Central City Light and Power Coa plant here was instantly killed byr the passage of 2300 volts oLelectricity through his body Stolen dogs a sold in Parlsibutchers who sea the meat parlicu larlyvthe hjndiless tiissbfi ii 4 li if 0 JjJJ j 74 WiV it 7 1 yw i G4i af r 4 I w- r ig Yii r J c I THEADAIR COUNTY NEW COLUMf3IAKY OCTOBER25 1905 l I i l CORRESPONDENCE ADAIR AND ADJOINING COUNT I Ji 0 GRADYVILLE N Austin Wilmore was in Edmon ton last Monday Prof Lee Taylor spent las Saturday in Columbia Charles Herriford returned from Burkesville Friday We will meet you at the shoat w this place Saturday night C S Walkup and Robt Walkj er returned from Whitley county last week Sam Mitchell and wife spent a few days in Metcalfe county last week visiting relatives Logan Shirrell and family o Milltown visited relatives at this place last Saturday night Geo H Nell and Leslie Tandy spent several days at Greensburg last week receiving stock J B Yates wife and son of Somerset visited relatives at this place a few days of last week Mr P W Shirleyibia was friends here last Saturdayt W C Yates and wife of Portland attended church at this place last Saturday and Sunday Milton Hill of Knob Lick spent a few days in this commu nity last week visiting relatives Prof P C McCaffrey and wife of Columbia spent a day or so with the family of Mr J J Hunter last week Mrs C Wilmore will leave in a few days for Chicago Ill where she will spend several months with her sontG T Flowers and H C Walk er returned from Louisville last weekwhere they had been at tending the Grand Lodge Rufus Pulliam one of Nells uptodate stockmen was in our midst last Friday looking after mules Mr A G Moss the well known lumber man of Greens burg was here several days of 1last week receiving lumber rMrs Thos Dbwell has been in a very critical condition for several days witha complication of diseases Prof R R Moss in company with Mr Daugherty of Columbia made a special call in our city last Sunday afternoon Rev Willie Thomas stopped over for night in our city last Saturday night on his return fuom Thompkinsville to Columbia of Mrs L M Wilmore in com pany with Mrs Eben Salmon spent a few days of last week visiting relatives near Gresham x J H Smith the well known at stock man of this community spent a day or so jn Metcalfe county last week looking after cattle The few recent days of cool Weather last week put the corns crop in good shape for the cribb and we are glad to note that this section has her share this timeeR- ev GT Wilson the Methodist preacher for this circuit ar rived with his family here last Thursday and our people gave them a hearty welcome jingceiveda considerable sprain ontone of his limbs which has disrabled him from being on thea stage of actiontIrs B B Grissbm and daught w zt i r0j 1 rR- e er Miss Susan spent last Satur day night and Sunday in our t o w n visiting relatives a n friendsThe fever cases in our corn munity are all improving and no WeGphoid fever has been entirely stamped out Mr Thos Moss and family of Nell community passed through here last Saturday enroute for Clear Springs where they will spend a few days visiting rela tivesMr Geo D Vance one of our best citizens as well as farmers will be married next Wednesday Coffeyfa We understand that Rev G T Wilson will pronounce the ceremony Mr Robert Keltner and Miss Ella Shirley a daughter of Mr Frank Shirley were united in the holy bonds of wedlock last Sunday morning the 22nd Rev Early officiating The contract ng parties are of this communi y Rev J P Scruggs filled his regular appointments here last Saturday and Sunday After the service on Saturday baptism was administered to Mrs G B Yates and Miss Spillman After ser vice on Sunday the Lords supper was administered It goes without saying that Bro Scruggs at all times has very interesting discourses BLISS C 0 Moss of Gradyville was transacting business here Friday C M Herriford made absi ness trip to Burkesville Friday R T McCaffrey county sur- veyer was doing business in this locality the first of the week Jag W Patterson and wife returned Wednesday from a visit to relatives in Wayne county Mrs Robt Chewning of Co burg and Miss Ella May Flowers of Columbia were visitors here the first of the week Whit Cpomer puchased a tract of land containing eleven acres adjoining Ills dwelling from C for 225 tt Ep Watidnsjs having a good deal of slat fence put up on his ItheW G Turner bought land onij Russell creek known as the Dow ney Hughes farm of Frank Cobbi Milltown for 1200 Corn gathering will be in full blast in a few more days Mrs Nat Waggoner and Neph ew Robert of Columbia were the bedside of Squire John Pennington and Mrs K G Price Thursday night and Friday C M Herriford sold his farm about 196 acres Tuesday to Mrs Sue Grissom and son ML Gris for 2500 for which he ought of Mrs Grissom her home- place of 50 acres at the consid of 1000 and also bought the stock of dry goods of ML Grissom Co also the gasoline grist mill with good will thrown- in They began invoicing goods Monday This old homestead had been in possession of members of Grissom family for half a century and we are free to say hat the present owner Mr Her and his family are a nice pleasant people and we ex them the hand of fellow shi IW ji t v 7 i Program of the Cooperation Meeting of the Christion churches of Adair county to be held at Mt Pleasant church beginning on Friday night Oct 27th 1905 at 7 oclock Devotional ExercisesW H CUNDIFF Welcome Address ROBT MONTGOMERY ResponseZ T WILLIAMS on the necessity of Qi1Lf operation Meetings SATURDAY OCT 28th AT 10 OCLOCK dV Devotional Exercises BEN THOMAS Our Obligations to preach the GospelA Li ODERr Address to young Christians UL TAYLOR Ly Adjourment for dinner f AFTERNOON SESSION Devotional Exercises FLAVIUS BARGER j Reports from the churches Womans work in the Church MRS Z T WILLIAMS V SATURDAY NIGHT SESSION A f t Devotional ExercisesScHRINESHER Prayer and Missions FLAVIUS BARGER The Law of giving Z T WILLIAMS SUNDAY MORNING SESSION i Devotional ExercisesA L ODER Sermon W K AZBILL r AltornatesZ T WILLIAMS A L ODER Five minute speeches are allowed on all these subjects following the leaders There will be dinner on the ground on Saturday abundant for everybody JOEL MONTGOMERY U L TAYLOR COMMITTEE nA L ODER r Why Sendo rMoneyAwaJ FOR i i Sewing Machines When You Can Buy the Best v in Your Own Town Dire From the Maker At as Low Prices ndon Better Terms t V By this sign you will khow andcan find Jltt at SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY EAST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE COLUMBIA KY A M EMLER Pres G W COLE Mangr THEQ REQTANUS VPres New Farmers Home Hotel Qi422 E MAR TS1l Above Preston1 LOUISVILLE KY c x Jest Bquipt 100 per 2ag betel in te TUnite States S THEET OAR FACILITIES TO ALL PARTS OF CITY Direct Your Thoughts to UsI FOR YOUR SP IflG CARPETS UGSLI- NOLEUMS HATTINQS AND DRAPERIES HUBBUCH BROS524 526528 WlarKltStM LOUISVILLE KY FRANK CORCORAN M J METCALFE Corcoran Metcalfer Main Sttr etl1ebaDonentaeky MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN IQHGRADE MARB- LI3ANDGIANITEt Cemetery Work ofiil kinds See US Before You Buy Trade irom Adair and adjoining counties respectfully solicited 3 r k zy9 r Pper iIt HOME PHONE 3189 CUMBERLAND James Creene 1MATTINGSd 425 to 429 EAST MARKET ST 2 ItB sfaconsIc- T 1 1 Fs 1n1 rVBuggies Phaetons Runabouts Surrey f v it iWOODSON LEWIS 1 v 7 GREENSBURG KY n- r u t V Has a contract I to sell Vir 500 Vehicles L durIng the balance offJJlI Qtheu lower than ever heard of for cash fEExpects to receive a carload al Ismost every week until all are dis iQ2 posed of Come and see usy 1Ii b 1N1 tro The greatest agricultural discovery G5 1 Culture in a thousand years Will grow alfalfa on almost any soil Write for catalog and full informationIWOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG KY fK i 7i i71 iK i ii ifiK 1eQt 7riii Iir1 1r Hardware Hardware r A full and complete line of Hardware both floor and shelf goods Everything in this line used in this section WE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF SADDLES HMD rRNESSi And all Leather Goods of this order If you need a WAGON or BUGGY You can get it on short notice We have a cellar full CALL WHEN IN NEED OF Cooking Stove Heating Stove Pipe or in our line All kinds of l v i kMiNG l1ftCHINeRy frWe have recenilyadded a full line x f pAINTS and OILS i Ji THE GREEN SEAL LIQUID PAJffX IJl tr r 1 f have no iuperior Our line of l 5 p1 Guns and Ammunition fi is up to the demands iJ7 =t W 1F1 JEFFRIES SON1 I LlEt 123 E Main St Louisville Ky f i THE- Quickest k + I Shipper QsI + Sash i+ i Doors f and Blinds u IN THE BUSINESS NINti N- e dI WWHEN YOU WANT 7 t lt t y 013 ter Job Printingt j itt 4 1xl f5 J CALL THE NEWS kar J 1aFIrl