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Digital page images are linked to the text file. cci2if f ir l i I k I m t bait unntp tjih- I VOLUME 9 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 39 1905 NUMBERS Christmas Goods C A bg stock just received they will go in a hurry better come ndmake your selections quick j- f before the choice articles are gone Were offering some fine goods at f Great Bargains V Cin Ladies Tailormade Skirts and Cloaks Mens t CRITERION Clothing the best for the money r Were too busy selling Goods to write Big Windy tadvertisements r Everybody Knows 1 c we havethebiggest stocks and prices correct c T SJJJi POST OFFICE DIRECTORY J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days 730 L m to 830 p m COURT DIRECTORY1 CIRCUIT CouRTJThree sessions a yearThird Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit JudgeH C Baker Commonwealths AttomeyAA Huddlerton SherifLF W Miller Circuit ClerkJ F Neat M COUNTY CoURTFirst Monday in each month JudgeT A MurrelL County Attorney Jaa Garnett ClerkTR Stults JJaiIer1 K P Conover t Assessor J F Pelly Surveyor R T McCaffree School SuptW D Jonea Coronerc M RusselL CITY COUKT Regular court second Monday In each month Judge Jas G Eubank- AttomeyGordon Montgomery MarshaLW A Myers v CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BOBKESVILLE STREET Rev W C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in 1eachmonth SundaySchool at 9 a m every Sab bath Prayermeetinjr every Wednesday night METHODIST BUBKESVIIJ STREET Rev A R Kasey pastor Services first and third Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 L m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GREENSBXJRG STREET Rev J P Scruffgs pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 L m Prayermeetina Wednesday night CHRISTIAN CAMPBEtutviLLE PIKE Eld A L Oder pastor Services second and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 am Prayermeetinfir Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC i COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A M Regnlar J meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night L onbr before the full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery W M 4LG Atkins Secretary COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month k JAS GARNETT TLMI z R STuLTUcDEn COLUMBIA CHAPTER R A M No 7 meets Friday Bight after full moon T R Stults HP Horace Jeffries Secretary HotelA Restaurant W N Brinton I Son f Pro p r jet o rs vLllIeli it air Mrs naY or Nlglit COMFORTABLE ROOMS I The trade of Adair and adjoiLing if Jscouuties solicited 1LEBANON KErQIIY I 1i fiii i5S i if Ar r tjLk Ji I tr iI 1 jiiitf l i IIr r ff r y J f 111 F J iIon iIx at r lt for i tif JI tI fI I i IPERSONAL MENTION THEE COMERS AND GOERS t 1 Mr Jas Grrnett is in Louisville this j week Mr J F Alley of Cincinnati was in town Monday Jo N Conover returned from Lebanon Saturday evening Mrs A R Kasey returned from Burkesville Saturday Mr and Mrs R A Myers of Leb anon are visiting in Columbia Messrs G W Robertson and W R Mynrs aren Lebanon this week Mr E Cheatham of Cumberland county was in Columbia last Wednesday Mr and MrsR F Rowe of Amandaville was in this city last Wed nesdayMr B Brown a prominent citizen of Casey county was here the first of the week R F Paull is attending a meeting of the Trustees of the Masonic Widow and Orphans Home inLouisville Mr T J Kratzer who has been in Marion county for the last two months Returned home last week lookiug better than usual Mr J McScott field manager for the Columbia Spectator returned from a trip through Eastern Kentucky and Tennessee last week MissesVivian and Rena Coy of Louisville are visiting Mrs W T McFar land They will enter the Lindsay Wilson School after the holidays Mr Wm Irvine of Camp Knox was in to see us Saturdayand stated that he would leave for Indiana just as soon as he could dispose of a bunch of cattle he has on hands Mrs J S Stapp and children except ing one left for Dalhart Texas last Wednesday where she and her son will superintend the management of Mr Stapps large hotel recently purchased This move is only temporarily made un til permanent arrangements can be had for taking care of their interests in that section Mr Stapp and one of His little ones will visit them later on Two of Mr Stapps nephews went to Dal hart with Mrs Stapp Mr J L Pickett of Keller Texas relativejandfriends us last Wednesday and left a dollar for the News Mr Pickett is highly pleas ed with liis Western home but stated that he had his visit here rthatt- heimpJovtment in Columbia and in every part of the county was highly encouraging and shows that Adair county peopleare beginning to realize the worth of comforts and tojlearn that the way to make noney isto sp ad it lir Pickett left Monday forhis home i t j t lllj Ijt lJ fifjii xf i jj1 tI I rI IJ E Murrell is in Jmestown this weekJohn Wallace was in Bradfordsville last week Dr O S Dunbar and wife were at Knifley Sunday Eld W K Azbill has been quite sick for several days CaptW W Bradshaw and c S are in Louisville T J and V M Epperson Montpelier were here Monday Lawrence Rouseau of Glasgow was here the first of the week G E Morgan of the Cumberland river country was here Monday Mr H L Phillips Jr of Monticello was in town the first of the week W T Price and G T Flowers Jr were bird hunting at Gradyville Mon day Miss Bessie Shearer left Tuesday morning to visit relatives at Abbot Texas Messrs Roy Rounds and A W Gla gow of Cumbarland county were here the first of the week Mr Geo Young is confined to his room and is in a critical condition He has been sick for several weeks 3Mr and Mrs John D Lowe left last Thursday for Gainsboro Tenn to be at tide bedside of Mr Lowes mother who is very sick MrE R Young of Cumberland county dropped in 400 to help the News off of the breakers last week while in Columbia v Mr Fred McLean and sister Miss Virginia will leave on the 19 of Dec theirjsisterry other points of interest in the South west and during his absence he will write interesting letters to the News of his travels in the Southwestern ter ritory Mr McLean has been offered a position on the staff of a newspaper in Arkansas but whether he will accept it inIterview Notice Last Thursday a stray sorrel mare came to my premises The owner can get her by paying expensesof keeping and advertising She has blaze face left fore and right hind foot white 15 hinds high and a white spot on left hip d Wm H Burton Veter Ky 1V Z 1 wLi rL Y lJg 7 lC I LOC L 1 European pay for what you get American pay for the chance of getting FOR SALE Good mule team and wag on fQrsale HURT BROS Columbia The Columbia Fair Ground is offered for sale Read the ad on page eight The school of experience admits all languages all people and gives no xli plomas Eid W K Azbill will preach the Thanksgiving sermon at the Presbyterian church Josh Butler sold to a Mr Fynn agent of a New York firm 6 poplar and three white oak trees for 30000 cash The Adair county News has recently put in 7 incandescent lights Bring on your job workevery hour looks alike tous Mrs Ammah Morgan was adjudged of unsound mind Monday and was ordered to be sent to the Central Kentucky Asylum The Myers Electric Light Co informed us that they have in over three hundred incandescent lights in Columbia at present at the N F IMusic M1 F High School has never had a nnre earnest and effi cient teacher than its present director of music Mr C Frederic Ohlenmacher Under his direction this department has flourished as never before in the history of the school The third piano a new Kurtzman will be placed in the school tbis week The residence of Rev W C Clemens in the Tutt addition s nearing completion This is one of the handsomest additions in that end and is a monument to the builders McLean Bros The plan was drawn by Mrs Clemens and it is a model of beauty and convenience Art Notes During the past year between two and three thousand young women were studying in the seven large New York Art schools to become professional artists This number does not include the many private classes of minature paint rpaintingportraitpaintingChina This is New York alone how many are in Boston Philadelphia New Orleans San Francisco arid all our large ctisfrom ocean to ocean and from nada to the Gulf Nearly as many men as women are at work in these art schools and in the night drawing classes AU the city school children have drawing lessons t Why is there so littleinterestman ifested in drawing in ColumbiatWiN every reader of the notes try fto answer the question k Ui v zt3 fr 2 If Lost On Campbellsville pike gold handled knife Finder will receive reward by returning to Paul Azbill Columbia The weather man in Louisville says we may expect a drop in the thermome tor to freezing by Thanksgiving Get ready to slay porkers Mr W E Bradshaw exhibited two lemons at thjs office Monday afternoon the largest we have seen this season They were grown by Mrs Bettie Butler and weighed 35 ounces Columbia Chapter R A M meets Thursday evening to confer the minor degrees and Friday evening to confer the Royal Arch Degree The meetings will be at 7 p m All Companions are requested to be present- Shorthand Students desiring a course in short hand should not fail to investigate the course given by the Columbia M F High School Mr Flowers who has charge of this department is not only a stenographer of experience but holds the highest grades in the Dictionary Classthe most advanced class in the course given by the Bowling Green Bus iness Collegeever made by a student in that well known institution of learn ing In addition to the Shorthand Course will be given a course in Busi ness Correspondence to which class will be admitted without cost students in departments of the scool Mr Flow ers is delighted with the progress made by his class this fall- ToConfcr Third Degree Grand Master James Garnett of the Grand Lodge of Masons of Kentucky will confer the third degree in Daylight Lodge at Masonic Temple Thursday af ternoon at 3 oclock There will be a full attendance of members of the Grand Lodge and many visitors areexpected from other lodgesThis will be the Grand Masters first visit toLouisville since he was elected and he will be royally entertained by Daylight Lodge Evening Post Nov 27 Boarding No school in Southern Kentucky of fers better boarding facilities than the Columbia M F High School The New Boarding Home for young laaies is in charge of Mrs R W Shirley a lady of superior qualifications for work of this kind The rooms in this build ing are larger than those usually found in school dpnmtories and the building as a whole is said by architects to be beyond criticism It is only fair to add that the plan is the work of Mrs W G Clemens wife of the principal of the school The other building which will be occupied by young men is a two storyresidncewith nice comfortable r9QmsfMrFlowersSecretaryof the school will occupy a room in this build lug and there is jno doubt but that good order will be maintained Both homes are located on the cojbgetopus con venient to the k- 5r I llui i J LL J i mI Lively Day Last Wednesday was one of the live liest days in the sale of horses and mules that has been witnessed in Columbia for many months Lazarus and Aulcher of Horse Cave were ad vertised to be here on that day and as a result the square and streets were full of the longeared hybrids intcrspersed with some fairlyproud stepping horses They were here from Green Cumber land and Russell counties as well as from nearly every section of Adair Besides two representatives of the above firm of buyers J R Sanders of Gampbellsville and W J ODaniel of Lebanon were on the grounds and bid ding was on the lively order and the result is that full 600000 was left with the people of this section and much hay andcorn saved Read our Land Stock and Crop column and see what happened Resolutions of Respect Upon the death of Brother W W Bingham of Gradyville Lodge No 251 Gradyville Ky Whereas- It has pleased the Supreme Grand Master of the Universe to call from our midst to the Grand Lodge on high our lamented and esteemed friend Bro W x W Bingham and Whereas In his grand character of Masonic manhood he displayed by his affectionate regard and love his delight in our pleasure and prosperity his un tiring energy for promotion of all good and charity andIWhereas By his sterling qualities he won our appreciation kindest affection and regards therefore be it Resolved That in the death of Bro W W Bingham his Lodge has lost a noble faithful and worthy member and IlovingResolved That this Lodge extend to the bereaved widow and children its most profound sympathy in this hour of irreparable loss and may God ever watchover and protect themr Resolved That a memorial page be set apart upon the records of this Lodge and that these resolutions be spread thereon a copy be sent to his family and that they be published in the Adair County News and the Columbia Spec tator N H Mosst Committee HCWalkerS JOHN EUBANK BLACKSMITH AND- WOODWORKMAN CANE VALLEY KENTUCKY Horse shoeing and Buggy repairing specialities Give him a calL Satisfaction guaranteed j t JAMES TRIPLET 1 DENTIST t1 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY i t iOFFICE IN JEFFRISBLO4j 1 i 1iI f i ir5e I S1 I l l iiit 2 fu t t 1 q 1iiJ I jrz t ii jj Zi r r ri 4Fy ro birf k t 1 Et pCw yut 1 r irt i 1 p THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY NOVEMBER 29 1905 Ie i MILLIONS OF WHEELER c WILSON Rotary QooK Lock Stitch Sewing Machines have been sold during the past half century affording gratification and satisfaction to the usersThe Hook is as far ahead of the shuttle as a circular buzz saw is ahead ofa cross cut saw and for the same reasonthe Rotary Hook with its contin uous motion admits ofta greater speed and eliminates vibration so trying on the nerves SEND FOR BOOKLET = D COYCOLU BIAKY 1 FEELING LWERISH This Morning TAKE rawn r i w ct wI t a Gentle Laxative LAAnd Appetizer 6 JI Wiseman Son Jewelers and ODBlclans jDEALERS IN Diamond and Pvpninn ulullGji 0Special 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 veiinery Soraeon Histulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any Surgical work done affair prices Money due when work is done or stock removed from stable LAM FIXED TO TAKE CARE or STOCK SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EYES S D CRENSHAW K mile from Columbia on Dissapointme- ntTINBEIITAKER8 NEW SHOP I Russell Springs Ky I have just opened an Undertakers y Shop at Russell Springs I keep ready ofIv COFFINS AND CASKETS which will be sold at short profits Give mea ailand be convinced that itwou t fcc to your interestjx patronize myghop u E S N i 6j j Ij1oi sI1A yRS f9lirIo akYXj r i L j 1 r t j MNI NMNNININMIINIHNNMNNNINNIINfIMN NKNNN1HI NINN NMN ii THANKSGIVING PROCAMftTION ls i President Roosevelt has Issued His Proclaiha s i lion Naming Thursday November i Thanksgivingi i When nearly three centuries ago the first settlers i i came to the country which has now become this great 1public they rontednot only hardships and priva tions but to their lives In those igrim days the custom grew to set apart a day in each i year for special thanksgiving to Almighty for pre i iserving the people through the changing seasons i f The custom has now become national and hallowzed by immemorial usage We live in easier and whosivith rugged strength faced the rugged days and i i yet the dangers to the national life are quite as great s now as at any previous time in our history It is i i eminently fitting that once a year our people should i i set apart a day for praise and thanksgiving to the i i Giver of all good and at the same time that they ex i i press their thankfulness for the abundant mercies re i i ceived and should manfully acknowledge their short i icomings and pledge themselves solumnly and in good i faith to strive to overcome themiDuring the past year eve have been blessed with i i bountiful crops Our business prosperity has never i stoodon as high a level of material well beingas ours i I i now stands i We are not threatened by foes from without i The foes from whom we should pray to be delivered iare own passions appetites and follies and against i these there is always need that we should war i i Therefore I now set apart Thursday November i Both as a day of thanksgiving for the past and of i prayer for the future and on that day I ask through- outi the land that thepeOllegather in their homes and i places of worship and in rendering thanks unto theii Most High for the manifold blessings of the past a year consecrate themselves to a life of cleanliness i honor and wisdom so that this nation may do its al i i lotted work on the earth in a manner worthy those i who founded it ancLthose who preserve it i i THEODORE ROOSEVELT i NNN t1NNyNN NNNMNNN NNKNN N1 NN N NNN 1NNNNNKM CORRESPONDENGE II IIpKNIFLEY The farmers are taking advan tage of the fine weather and crib bing their corn several having already finished Mr John H Tucker bought a farm of Stephen Goode above Casey Creek post office and will move to it shortly Consideration 2200I r BYryam Perkins has returned from Ill where he went last spring to work Mrs Ella Stayton wife of PeroY Stayton died Sunday night very suddenly leaving an infant only an hour or two old Mrs Stayton was a daughter of Mr R M Tucker and leaves several brothers and sisters to mourn belt loss y Mr Willis Aker has rented a farm near New Albany Indand will remove to it about Christmas CitiIzenswhoever he may come in contact with Mr P T Cooley who has been sick for the past three months is recovering Mr John M Hendricksoii will recta new dwelling his farm in the near future The Singletree Co located at this place is receiving quite a lot of timber during this dry weath er for which they are paying Columbia prices dtin this section and is t ing some 0f the parties pretty ftmgfe rvl iiili Yjt it J rfJ f l i fet u- ji Dlll j ff ritt 1 7 r 4zkt1 iil2Jf CANE lALL6V Mr Dudgeonrof St Marys are visiting here Born to the wifeof Coy Dud geon Nov 9 a ten pound laugh ter Mrcv Nancy Sublett of near Green River bridge is visiting here thisveek- Rev J P Scruggs filled hi regular appointment at the Bapt church Sunday Owen Hardesty of Cville was here buying cattle several day last week Miss Mollie Bailey daughter o Pr Wm Bailey was severely hurt in a runaway near Meadow Creek a few days ago E C Sublett sold five oak trees for3QleT I Smithy and Clarence Page were in Louisville last week buy ing winter goods i RB Wilson has renteda DUS- inesshousein Bowling Green and will put in Cococola works in a few weeks vhovasIing here is able to walk arounh and will soon be well l Goliath Johnson who too wa shot is improving slowly Ed Cundiff is only put fqi short vacation and will soon be Back to stand trial Advertise M rThe PlrNews220Q a1ctl i 1atIon a Ittt Ji1 iis Lt f 1t lii 1rtt 12ori tJ t W r A 1j b if 1 11 i M0NTPELIER There will be a Union Thanks giving service at Liberty near this place the 20th inst Lawyer Williams preached at Pleast Hill last Sunday subject The One Talent We are enjoying very much the luxury of plenty of fine fat quail Lawrence and Dr Leahman are having fine sport killing them There was a large attendance at the sale of the property of the J J Epperson decd on the 15th l Everything sold at satisfactory prices Corn sold for 2 per bbl SheepJ4 per hundred Cattle sold well Wheat 80c per bushel The sale amounted to over seven hundred dollars all cash except perhaps one note This indicates the prosperity of our county Every body seems to have money to pay for what they need Charlie Hurrah is slowly con valescingRuel who is building ja residence near this place will coon move into it It will be a commodious building vhen com pleted There has been a large corn crop grown in this section and but little stock to feed it to We predict that corn will not be more than 40 cents per bushel Bro A L Oder will assist Bro F J Barger in a meeting at Glenville beginning Wednesday 22nd inst- Beeiher Hadley is not expect ed to live but a short time He has been in poor health for more than a year He Is a poor man and his long illness has brought his family to destitute circum stances but the goodneighbors are responding to their needs Mrs Martha Collins is in a crit icalcondition from paralysis Mrs Charlotte Epperson is in a low state of health and her death is expected at any time She is one of the oldest and most re spected ladies in our community F PiIR RLFCV The election is over and the people have gone to work Gathering corn bucking and hauling staves is the order of the day Mrs Amanda Lay who has been in a critical condition for some time is not any better Our merchants are having a very good trade at present Mr J V White wife and lit tle grand daughter Francis visit ed the family of Mr A Loy last Sunday sMrs James White and son of Green county were visiting rel atives at this place last week asyoung visited Harveyfsome music as Mr Young had his graphophone with him As our teacher Mr E A Strange has been on the sick list for a few days we havent had any school Mr Basil Chapman sold his stockof dry goods to Mr Thom as Pulliam one day last week The members of Pierces Chap el Church met last Monday and made a neWroof on itwhich was hardly needed i Terrific Rape with Death f bathwas fast approaching writes Ralph P Fernandez of Tampa SEIS describing his fearful race with death as a result of liver trouble and ofatried many different doctors and sev I1iilwonderful thiBirreffect that ill three- days I feItlhkea new man andd today Guaramanteed at IT Eip uns drug store rice 50c j6 2 drA t Irrr fi 1tTVlR1 s3tj j- 7 rii 11 I II I 71 7i ii 7ii FI7 II I1 f- n in Timberti fE V 1 on cur yard in Columbia Ky Singletree7tC Billets p on in 38 in Long 25 per OOps n iE 2tc tc tc 2 cc ct 41 cc cc cc 30 cc ct cc V V 7iI2x3 cc cc cc fc cc cc cc 3 50ctl 4 t 75VXIN x xix Nxxjx61 Q5 All billets must be made from good live straightgrained V defectsw g Sugar rrfish Billets made from good live straightvgrained timber free from all defects T- KJ v oJIn on Heart 2 3 in Deep 44 in Long 4 20 per 1000 ps HICKORY SPOKES SXIXli Con heart 24 Deep 30 in Long A B Grade 25 xg 2 42t4 cc a 30cc C cc 12 JK 9t t 21 t 30c D 8 I VLI2 t t t t 21 II 30 C 10 i 2 t t t t t t t t2 4to 30t tD 6 vI 1tc cc ic iacc cc cc tc V2 4 30 A B 12J V V2Ii V 11 cc tcl4 30cc tt Dcc 4 II L Vtii A l vwj and fully up to size 57i17i17iColumbia Sitiglet ee Co Q 7 FZIVIwVrVti i i Ali Ali i I v 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 t I l 7i 71Ii1ISri V 21s Buggies Phaetons RuliaboutsVi1il A IE WOODSON LEWIS = IEceJt GREENSBURG KY i E 1H a contract ii 1 l tosellL 500 Vehicles during the balance oftI w I J7 the season and will sell at pricesvlower than erer heard of for cash I A IE 1 Expects to receive a carload al 3i ii t most every week until all are dis 1ft17K mI J isiI a Jii5 Cultur in a thousand years Will grow is 57iwi1 IX WOOD SOT LEWIS GRnENSBURGuy 3iE 7iE I I V I7K I 1 1 VIVIVIItrVIWiiI7iiiRiiS iniRiiiiit i4 iiiii N t the Aarcum Motel Ip If 3ISo Architecture containing 35 NEW NEAT AND v r WELL VENTILATED ROOMS It is nicely furnished a conveniently located and is the BEST f tHOTEL in Southern Kentucky AcconiQT dations equal to best city hotels Three good e sample rooms for commercial men s 11 tt MarcxitTi Pro Columbia w W Fifth Avenue Hotel ii I S iF E1A r BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS LOUISVILLE fi KENTUCKY za2I rc Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled AKirstclass i r rHotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale X an4 Ratail Districts Churches and Theatres t C i RE CAIM EBEIil Manager tt wf JliHJf it V ts tI r r i t rS Ytcr1Z fi s J joii r l 4f J i ijX t L ftfJ jo s i k A i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY NOVEMBER 29 1905 Lowest Special- Romeseekers7 RatesLEVER fx 11 OKLAHOMAINDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS AND THE GREAT SOUTHWEST VIA Louisville Henderson St Louis Ry THE HENDERSON ROUTE In connection with all other routes Tickets on sale November 7th and 14th December 5th and 19th All tickets will bear final limit 21 days in addition to date of sale Own A Home Where land is cheap and returns from it certainIFor rate and information inquire of L J IRWIN General Passenger AgentLouisville J GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent TH- EJackfa 1Trades IEEEPumps Water Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Press For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE ENTUCKY WF JEFFRIES SON Agte The CourierJournal DURINGI905 THERE WILL BE MANY ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPER MAIL RATES Daily Courier Journal I year 6 Dailu and Sunday l dear 8 Weekly l uear COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY Bya Special Arrangement you can get the AbAI COQ TY fifiWS An Eight Page Local Paper AND THE WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only H15oThis is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combina tion offer stbe sent through The Adair fit News Fl tivr J t z 3 wJ e J aS r Jc f rrJ JtIt4 J- j f Itjr fr4 f Jfo kCo Political Rescue gX FARAWAY MOSE S III We were all seated in the cobbler a shop one rainy morning some playing checkers and the rest of us arguing politics and the possibilities of scientific dis coveries when Mrs Colonel Oyster came flouncing in out of the rainsoaked atmosphere and began to shake herself like a big shaggy dog Dot was soom bat wetter fur awomans to be oud Meeses Oyster Der atmospherical phe nomena was full of aoutfortis und humility accordingly and was bad wetter for rheumatiz und asthmatical physics A poor widow that has noth ing but her pension to depend on for her living must be up and doing in all sorts of weather Mr Dunkleheimer Im selling books gentle she continued as she gave the room a sweeping glance and took us all in befor she ac cepted the chair shoved before her by Joel Jiggerbob- So ejaculated the cobbler as he held the hammer aloft and watched the widow open her bag and produce several prospectus books and lay them on her abun dance of lap Got soom bilious tratedBibles und coogk books mit hog cholera cures in solu tion She gave the cobbler a wither ing look and closed him up as tight as a tin can full of toma toes and then began to read from the prospectus for the ben efft of the crowd History of the RussiaJapan war Tells all about those magnificent naval battles and bloody contests on land Portraits of all the important officers on bath sides in cluding full page portraits of the Czar and the Mikado I dond wants no Czar in my shop broke in the cobbler Any men dot iss opposition to human liberties was a tyrants I should prefer to crack him on der heat vociferously mit my shoe hammer Down mit kings To hail Coloompiainit dheir di wine rights to rulel Dot idees belongs to der dark ages when common peoples hat no more et ucation ass monkeys und der rich hat eo more morals ass a mormon elder mit saxteen wifes und a new refelation in his trunk accordingly Well if you wish to purchase a war book may be a love story will suit some of you gentlemen she suggested as she opened a new prospectus on her massive lap and read Sugar of Love a Tale of Love and War and In trigue A romance of the great rebellionSo ejaculated the cobbler Und dhem bin keeping dot lofe in shoogar or only soft A Eh Meppy she was brown mulatto shoogarehOh your trap Duchman This is the best book published in the world since Dickens wrote David Copperfield I sold 10 copies yesterday over in Goose Creek district Even old Jasper Windtitt bought a copy of this great love story and will spend the Winter reading the love ad ventures of the beautiful Creole daughter of a Louisiana sugar planter Just think of a man 79 yearsQldreadinga1ove story While hiss wife was tookin in washing und house cleaning interrupted the cobbler knows dot old men He was a fool mit a prefix called damn in front of his name Howefer he was a widower und der wimmjns loogk like angels to him consequently mently Aold murried men like us fellers has our accumulations of shoo ed leund we w ssanctifiedWe kin sing mit t r 9Lt r t aww J J f Z Jonah dot time he went fishing Trap der anchor furl der sail 1 was safe witin der whale Oh such old brutes as you myIsnapped the widow You dumb Dutchmarry a wife the same as you buy a horse or a cow or a dogsimply for profit You differlence an epileptic fit If you would buy this book and read it care fully you might yet learn some thing Madam I dont want your boogk I proposition to write one myself Und she will not be some leedle plaything like most of dhem boogks der peoples was reading to kill time Oh I preeume it will be a great work on philosophy or as tronomy or geology or ethnol ogy or psychology or No madam she will be a work on fools for fools und by soom old fools who keeps a cob bler shop where all der fools for miles arount congregates mit vo ciferous promptitude to discuss dhem subjects dot was forbidden by dhem shrewd politocians and shkinflints dot was hafing a soft shnaps mit conditions ass iss She will be a reform bookmit common sense spread all ofer her like New Orleans molasses shpread over soom buckwheat cakes fur breakfast Got any of it written down yet inquired Professor Dadd You was u happy tooting I has I has already bin working mit specific energy at dot boogk of mazillarv maxims literary sas sages cut up into mout fulls sos a men kinvchew dhem at his dai ly occupation mit vituperative easiness accordingly One chap ter iss promulgated to der sub ject of lofe Let me quotation from memorandum Love is not lofeliness She begins mit hand squeezing und googoo eyes und osculating und ice cream but she runs oud of smoodwater und easy sailing purty soon und hits der rough sea of Woodshplitting und baby squalls und paragoric bottles und der wisable bottom of der flour barrel accordingly Lofe shtories are lies writ ten by wroters who wroot rot und idle peoples play mit diss lofely rot der same ass childers play mit broomshticks und ma e beliefing she was a horse Soom peoples read lofe shtories because dhem didnt had sufficient lofe in der oyster soup of life und was filling oop on mock tur tle soup accordingly Soom old maids read lofe shtories because it makes dhemI feel goot to see odder beoples git shqueezed It comes next to git ting shqueezed dhemselfs und gifts dhem lots of chances to hide dheir blushes Youre a fool snapped Mrs Oyster as she began to nervous ly leaf over her prospectus You bet I has a chapter on fools Let me quotation A fool ignorIamusfur der hole after der corporation attorney was elected to offie He iss der man dot was sure his par ty was always righd und was believinght ill dot Supreme judges has got a big shtick to make dhem trustful corporations shtand around mit conglomerated complacency He reads lofe stories to kill time when he hasnt efen got a fat hog to kill when butchering time cooms around mit pork sassages He was der mandotshtandS on der shtreet corner gsftQ4 boys LK jJjifl1t x f t tto J ff j F1r 5 7 ar tr ftll i1 h 4 LtlJts t1 aboud dot flag dot brings free dom to der poor mens dot has no landon which to pay taxation und at der same opportunity he has got no shirts at home to make soOm exchanges when wash day was trumps in der game of life How about those maxims you were speaking of Have you written a chapter on maxims inquired Professor Dadd- Y u was a happy tooting has I has been 10 yare picking uop smard sayings und leedle tidbits of wisdom like dhis fur in stink Gooferment war fur de r beoples who did del gooferneer ing by der beoples who was trinking ooferment pap und der beoples dotwas sucking on to soom gooferment job with vocif erous loyalty like cement patches to soom cow shkin shoes Also Handsaws do not grow on axletrees Beer kegs do not grow into hogsheads but der contents dooze Der wimmins will did any dings she tinks was right efen if she dooznt believe it was so und hadnt otter did it Took der Mormon wimmins fur instink who marry a deacon mit a dootzen wifes when dhem knows he doozent haf enough lofe for one Also mit likewise similitude Ag seat mans patriotism was likea boil ora cowbunkleits force was concentrating arount dot place where der corruption accumulations was seeking soom holes to leae oud according to the laws of gravitation Und soom more again anod der time Dot was a mistooken idee aboud der wheels of our gooferment needing so mooch greasing Der wheels was all in der heads of our shtatesmen und it was soom impossibilities to git at dhem mit der oil can How efer dhere was soom leetle touch eoles in dheir pockets dot kin be greased with extriordinary am plitude und der wheels can suck soom oop by absorbtion accordingly Likewise Dot men who iss willings to die fur his country iss not willings to his taxation soomtimes he was a bluffer like dot men who says he can willingly die to save his wifes charac ter rather dhan go to court und haf der jury declare she didnt got any Hold on Meeses Oyster Dond gone off mit such subter raneous ratification I shallneed soom agents to sell my boogk when she is pooblished She will be sold by prescription und I will need a whole lot of old wimmins to go arount und bore der poople mit solicitations To be course nobodies will wants to buy my book cause she will be full of goot common sense und political wisdom und dot will be too shtrongfut dheir mental ab eration accordingly What der peoples wants iss lofe shtories soft and easy sich ass Shoogar of Lofe und Ashes of Lofe und Country Semoked Lofe und Pickled Lofe und Ganned Lofe und Sour Crout und Lofe Goot Gott7 der Peoples was only playing soom liter ary farce comedy Playing lee tIe girls in dheir mudders dress es riding broom shticks und calling dhem shackasses say Meeses Oyster coom back und bore us sopm more Saved By Dynamite Sometimes a flaming ltyissaved by dynamiting a space that the fire cant cross Sometimes a cough hangs on so long you feel as ifnothing but dyna mite would cure it Z T Fay of Calhoun Ga wntesMy a- very aggravated cough which kept her awake nights Two physicians could not help h rsosbe tooK Dr Kings New Discovery for Gpnsump siony Coughs and Colds which eased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her7 Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and lagrippezAt T E Eiuii sdrugjB re price 50c and flQg- uaranteed TniA bottle free vr r KKJrd Jir p i 1o tn fVJ 5 Zt r r f i t44- I GOTO I coji l THE i Quickest Shipper Of i I Sash t Doors t i and Blinds IN THE BUSINESS+ + + + + + + + + + + + sxsxaxsxsxsxsxsxsxs OOOOOOOC OOC OOOO a h 000 r IW D ic KINGI IINCORPORATED OF I LADIES AND MENSiI FURNISHINGS NOTIONS Q CLOAKS ETC 631633 W Main St LOUISVILLE YK NEW YORK OFFICE 43 LEONARD STREET Merchants who may want to see Mr King will call the Exchange Columbia Ky LSX5 XsXsSX8Xs i XXKXJi i The Louisville Trust Company Southwest Fifth and Market Corner AdministratorrActs as Agent and Attorney in fact for inexperienced persons filling any of the above positions Rents Drawers or Boxes in its Fire and Burglarproof Vaults price 5 X10 25 and2a per annum Manages Real Estate Collects Rents Pays Taxes Insurance Etc SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Interest allowed on all time deposits and interest compounded semi annually Deposits by workmen women and minors free from State and City taxes Receives deposits in any amount not less than 1 Deposits by married women arid minors subject to their orders only To at Tobacco Shippers We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connect ed directly or indirectly with any other ware house or warehouse company We conduct a Strictly Independent Tobacco Warehouse Commission C A PICKETT Businessr LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY L r acn i xJ HOME Lnt WeUIsa a business houses and business propositions I DO YOU WANT A FARM Write us what kind of a place you are looking for what size what improvements where located how much you Q are willing to invest and any other pertinent information We have farms of all sizes character and prices and we are certain to interest you if you are on the market postal card will bring you one of our printed lists ArI Central Kentucky Real Estate Company i f LEBANON KENTUCKY t It 1n 1I111III 88I fjll Your neighbor is pleased with that set of tombstones or monument we sold them Give us your order and we will please you too Our prices are lowest You get first lass work and material Write us a card andwe will call and show you our line of designs and sam plea of marble and granite COAKLEY Smut BROS fvv CimpbtoTiille Ky ici r 1 i i sV 1tif k it z i NOTICE f oofwork all kinds of Baggy Carriage ai Wad Repairing Wear also prepared I ap ly St kinds of new RUBBER TIRE keep a Meek ef the hat atonal aai jrWerk dent at er ke te garaMsM f r rwd latd wd l1We aearYaie GhrevcmeaJLGLAHLJkPAMOM IwuIL K l L t1f t Jf t Jr i r4 1 THE ADAIR COUNty NEWS COLUMBIA KY NOVEMBER 29 1905 C lifiH lu m UEI i lUf UU ImlUml 4N- 1J h fE y m Y m1 7 n 85OO IN f n ADVANCE r Ii I PayslBoard Tuition and Incidentals in the LindsayWilson Training sGliool ONE YEM Reasonable reduction for absence at opening sickness for one week or more I I LITERARY PRIMARY INTERMEDIATE IIACADEMIC 1 JFKCUUTY OJE9 NINE COMPETENT Jill All rooms in the Boarding Hall and entire campus lighted with electricity Boarding facilities had considerable experience as matron is now charge of Hall The hasPrincipal Business IIIare er and most all the faculty are boarding at Hall Rooms 7 J i f = 4 Yt r 1f u I RIIillI iH til iIiI = zr1 t Y1i 7r t 1b lJ I11l i v f S rrolki 3a hI UH dJU ti = r t t l 3 7dH 2 aivJwntjN tc1tJ Published Every Wednesday BY THE jld driouijty News 60 NC RPORATED CBAfit 8 HI4RRZ8 Editor Democratc newspaper devoted to the interests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair andadjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second class mail matter WED trNThe Louisville Post is still sing ing the same old song of fraud and intimidation In the broad realm of the universe in the un thJYe acts the Post seems to see no good bait the process ion moves on and Louisville continues to grow Sane sound and sensible the Louisville Herald quits the test in that city on the ground that it is now a matter of the courts and the decision of the courts will be final and must be accepted It makes its exit asI follows The whole matter s now up to the courts Their decision will be final and must be d respected The Heralds space is too valuable and its health precious to be wasted nowtoo1 war whoops as to what in any or in of the precincts Hori David H Smith present congressman from the fourth 4 has reconsidered his statementIij againdCongressman SmitH had stood in with Ms constituency to a T ge markable degree up to that meJ l but itso happened that he failed tf L r r 2 n t to measure up to the desires of many Demrcrats in the last State Convention It appeared to us at that time that his position then foreshadowed defeat for- another term but time heals many wounds as well as remove the dark shadows that shut out a clear vision of the future We presume it is even so in this case or else Mr Smith is laboring under a mistake1 The entering of Mr W B Holdeman in the Senatorial race came as a surprise to many coun probablycomplicate Mr Haldeman is a Democrat well fitted for this responsible position and should he win Ken tuckys prestige will not be reduced The fight between Senator Blackburn and Judge Poyn ter has grown intensely and in fact is not doing the p army nor the State any goodand just at this juncture a strong able man as Mr Holdeman may walk off with the plum In this com munity Democrats ar not to be reckoned as their representationn is shut out by a large Republican majority yet they have their choice and love their party Mr Haldeman is a newspaper man editor of the Times which has fDemocracy or or the fights of the future We cant keep from feeling incline toward the new entry and pre sume there are many who would Ytern Cleared for tJcgiony Whenh the body is cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the broom of hearth on the cheeks the brightness of the eysth e firmness of the flesh and muscles uqyancy oftheanirid Try them At fnTTI llli s drugYstore 25 fj t r f ij t l i a r rtJ tr a ila i I TEACHERSCOUNTY STATE CERTIFICATE STATE DIPLOMA elsewhere IILJo Land Stock and Crops 000iN M Tutt sold A D Coy a combined horse for 100 000sJo Coffey Jr bought from Lee Carnes a gaited horse for 130 o00- J E Burton Bro bought 11 mule from a Mr Janes for- 75 000 Robert Hudson took charge o the mules bqught by Lazarus ine000 Mr E R Young of Cumberland county sold 92 head of cattle week on the Danville market a prices that caused him to feel good 000- W E Williams bought a mule from G M Herriford for 115 Mr Herriford brought 5 to the market but we did not learn the price or the purchaser of the oth er four 000 JH sold IcreekThisirfrom Columbia 00J ir James sold Van Dun bar 18 head of cotton mules 14 OJiispurchase o00 dQfrell afe 2i Cents per and5 from IN Cc ki6r28i60andal6i7of Yl cattle mCase count- X80 tt rh nqt dto1JeW lghed i lt fa tl t t J i ftiiJ rr Si2 itt s atste t t 7 r MUSICVOICE PIANO AND ORGAN STRINGED INSTRUMENTS being Dunbar w the 10 of January 000 J A Chapman is now sole owner of the farm near Glenville known as the Powell farm He bought C 0 Walkups interest 6000forooo boughtfourI ranging in price from 150 to 160 They also bought a spa andfr 300 000 Kelsay Bros bought C 0 thdofgtoods at Glenville Chapman Co and a larger stock of goods will be kept for the people of that section ooo The following sales of livestock were reported from the public sale of G A Atkins Ad wJAtkinsj cow to Allen Walker for 2050 a cow to Bunch Burress for 2625 a cow to Braxton Massie for 17 50 four two year old fLo honey for 75 five hogs to same party ior38and two sows sold at fair pries to parties whose names we did not get Corn sold for 190 pel barrel oE f Lazarus Altsheler of Hors e stlYedrtesday17 JandImpossible to get air the parti who sold but A Hunn lej thenr aofhorse fof 110 and a marefo 90 w1 E Williams i mul0 fQtl OS t l- fy fi y lMxi j illifiit jf t T II j 875O Monthly r IN ADVANCE 11 11ELOCUTIONART 1 COMMERCIAL INSTRVCTORSrIin eiEwho weeka Iicon all the rr oJ1gH R Walker 1 mule for 95 1 mule from Josiah Hunter for 88 Frank Waggener 2 for 240 an R P Breeding let them have span for 240 Lee Sniith them a harness horse for 120 j 000 J R Sanders W J CoIlumbiathe following parties- R Rice one at 125 W WnaMeor 285 L fc Irvin 2 for 350 T J Furgerson 2 for 315 J G Dudgeon 2 for 240 Mrs Sallie Smithl for 115 J W Simpson Grissosone e Hartfield 3 year old for 150 000 R E Tandy Son bought from the following parties Eight head from different par ties in Cumberland county fori 14850 cents one cow from James Holladay at 2 cents per pound a cow from a Mr weight 735 pounds at If cents 1 cow from W W Jones weig 910 pounds at Ii cents one cow from Chapman Walkup 875 pounds at li cents James Walk Walkorer calf for 3QOG A 2 steers extra good 1472 pounds for 3 cents T Powell 8 head for liQ TL J Epperson 3 head for 145 from R K Young 56 lambs at 3i to 4 cents from G A Bradshaw 18 sheep at 3 per sheepfQrfbf cattle to Uriah Selby of Russ county for 284 000 esCofreYBrosbought of ItIthe great combiJ dgray D tor Coffey Nov 277yi A SRffQr Mr JJ McDon- of old Cuthibert jSai This horse isa 4 1i F3r ar t 1l c x p fy E 7 trJ t 7 r1I full brother to the great Silver Louisl thel000- Mr Tone Hunn passed through town Tuesday enroute for Colum bia with 15 head of horses and mules Casey News 000HMarketH S5MediumChoice butcher steers 3 75 4 25 Medium teigood butchcrs3 OO 3 50 Choice butcher heifers 3 00350Fair to good butcher heifers Z 503 00 50j360GoodCommon to medium stocksteers2 Q04 2 50 Good to choice stock be ers250 2 75 75j75MediumtogoodChoice veal calves 5 50Q 625 00IMedium to good milch cows 20 OO 25 00 00IChoice pack and butch 200 to 300 lbs 5 00 Medium packers 160 to200 Ibs 4 85 Choice SOtLight pigs 50 to 90 lbs 450 50lExtra stipping lambs 6 OO 6 50 Fair to good 2 754 3 25 Common to medium 20025O 0025OGood 600wQOCommon J Your neighbor is pleased with that set of tombstones or monument we sold them Give us your order and we will please you too Our prices are lowest You get firstclass work and material Write us a card and we will call and show you our line of designs and sam pies of marble and granite r fCOAKLEY SIMMS BROS Campbellsville Ky Adertise in Tlie iN s 20 cireiiuF Uf 1atlon r ri tIGi 5lrt ly Ic tiat d rry i ftt lNsil J I fc ri r I i J f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY NOVEMBER 29 1905 j 5r LOCAL NEWS On Sunday the 16th Mrs Amelia Haskins died at the home of her son Mr J 0 Haskins Bowling Green Some several days near two weeks prior to her death she was severely burned by her clothes catching from a grate and death was due to the burns and o d age She had reached the ripe old age of 82 and was visiting her son at the time of her death She was a member of the Baptist Church and a good Christian lady whose mission in this world was nobly and well filled and her life was lengthened far beyond the average Four children survive Mr Creed Haskins of Campbellsville Mr J 0 Haskins of Bowling Green Mr Robt Haskins of Lebanon and Mrs Stackhouse of Lexington The body was conveyed to Camp Knox and interred in the old family burying ground beside loved ones gone before The loss of a mother can never be replaced A few days after the election Mr F P Don ney was into see us and re marked that Milltown was alright and to notify the Democrats that in the next fight let it be known just what would be needed and the majority could be se cured Truly the Democrats are to be commended for their faithful persist ent effective fight at Milltown They know how and they do it NoticeIAll parties having claims and demands against the estate of J P Miller should present same for payment proven as the law directs on or befor- Jan 1 1906 N B MILLER Executor 31m Springfield Mo The public sale of M J Murrell dre a large crowd last Saturday but on th average prices for nearly everything sold was low Col L B Hurt wa the auctioneer and performed his to perfection but draggy bidding coul not be preventednor better prices secured The sale consisted mostly o farm implements etc and but littl stock was sold Five head of cattle and one two yearold colt covering the list Several stacks of hay went at 1000 per stack One lot of corn wen at 190 per barrel and no more wa isold owing to the tendency toward low er prices The announcement heretofore made that the Columbia Band would give an entertainment on Thanksgiving is here by withdrawn It was the intention to entertain but owing to the fact that a suitable hall could not be secured on that date it has been postponed until some time in December At any rate the postponement will doubtless bring good results for it gives the band ample time to arrange a good programme Massie Co Liverymen received ai large load of baled straw last week the first we have seen delivered under pressure in this section It would b better if all our farmers would bale their straw and hay and store it under bettOur Land Stock and Crop Column shows the transactions in this section so far aswe are able to get wIyou make a sale or purchase report it and help make a showing of the busi indirectseasly to interest to dp so f fLi l y j J f f Sound and Alright Mr E G Atkins called attention the other day to the merits and good qualities of Mr W L Walkers buggy horse that was hitched to the locustj tree in front of the Columbia said There is one of the Best horses in this country and the only one that has twice been struck by lightning The fact is lightning cannot kill him While I owned and drove him for six years he was true in every particular and one day while in the horsejot light ning struck a tree and also the horse but he recovered alright I sold him to Mr Walker and when the lightning struck his barn and burned it Old Dick was in his stall and was knocked to the ground Mr Walker arrived in time to get him out and for three months he was almost deaf His hearing has re turned and though 17 years old is as sound as a dollar and as trusty as ever looked through a collar He is all right and no one knows or appreciates his real worth etter than his owner Divide Before another issue of the News Thanksgiving feasting will be a thing of the past Many will have fat turkey and all the good things they can possi bly use while many will be compelled to take rough every day fare Would it not be well to remember some of the very poorest people in your community by sending them a small portion of good things that will load down that deo or not it is a day set apart by the President of the Nation and the head of the States to devote to giving praise to God for his mercies and good beingeappross r blessingds way may e givenfs eand you will be bettered by so doing Insurance solicitintg Cons necticut Mutual one of the oldest and most reliable companeis doing business It is an annual dividend oompany and I already have many policy holders in Adair and adjoining counties Its standing and dealings with its policy holders is fair and open and has never noIshould overlook 1 will have a desk in the office of the Adair County News i J E MURRELL Mr J J Biggs i1 having a dew ba built oh his suburban property from general appearance it will be a providinegr go ce time and as a result use more feed andt t less toutmaerial can be bought for a small amount ond a large buildidg erected for a very moderate sum and would be worth muah- tv every farmer who keeps stock Build a good barn if you have not al rlrstoci i l i f ii r tti 4 OooooOaOOiOOOOOOO IMMENSE STOCK My tock of Faultless Chothing is Complete and no where outside of the largest cities will be found a more Complete liine of Ikadies and pisses Cloaks Come while you have one of the largest and best assort merit of Cloaks to select from ever brought to Columbia If You fleed a Suit tJOvercoatto get exactly what you want T A I i W L WALKER 1 0OOOOOOOOOi0000000000000000006666666 Massie Robertson win pay 200 for good corn shucked Bright days find cool frosty nights ideal weather for butchering and many of the porkers have been salted down This is one of the years that no cholera or any other kind of disease with hogs has been reported from any countyIThe meetings at Mt Gilead conducted by the Rev Maddox of Greenstmrg is being well attended and the outlook indicates a great revival WANTED 100 barrels of good merchantable corn Must be shucked and sound Will pay 200 per barrel Massie Robertson Coakley Simms Bros of Camp bellsville will put in a new improved Mattock plant They are now able to cut stone from the rough anysize or shape that may be called foryThe trial of Dr Qscar Keene at Burksville for complicity in the mur der of James Skinner was continued until next court and he was given bale under a 3000 bond Insure n The Farmers Home Insur ante 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 H C Bottoms returned from Danville last week after disposing of a good bunch of cattle on that market According to his statement the only thing that prevented a loss was the free turnpikes in Casey county The Dime social given by the Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church at the residence of Dr W R Grissom last Friday evening was well patroniz ed The entertainment was highly sat isfactory to the participants and the receipts were pleasing to the Society for Sale A neat cottage on over f an acre lot plenty of good water and good barn and out buildings Well located near Columbia Roller MillIG W GARRISON Columbia Ky IMr W F Jeffries our hardware man took to his farm last Thursday for butInation for that kind of work in one dayI although he claims that the rain only a slight shower drove him back to the loved ones in Columbia IFour car loads of Adair county mules for the Southern market and others will leave later on This is thee wonnld be safe to say that county has furnished 12 car loads of the long eared animals in 1905 and at an average price of 12500 would leave 4500000 with the farmers of Adair rnSaulttIartLast Sunday at 2 p m at the resi dente of the brides mother MisS ZoraA Hurt and Mr Jake Bault were united in the holy bonds of matrimony in the presence of the family and a few in vited friends The young lady is a 1indUstriousenjoys the good will of a large of friends The groom is a P farmerof the Cane Valley IumberJ a gentleman highly News Joins their many friends l ng them r a long and happy life 1 z j t1l1 ji2 f tjiy k C There is not a town in the State whose police force gives as little trouble as smoothlyherethe guard Wm Myers Mr J J Biggs having a new barn erected It is rather on the large scale for a city farmer but when completed largeWhyter stock in little old rickety barns with no convenience to themselves or com fort or protection to stock is hard to understand Barn lumberis cheap and most any one could build and not be worsted financially Mr R M Cheek of Burksville has sold his possessions in that place and havingpurchased Mr Cheek is one of the best citizens of exIcelIentule and Cumberland county and tire best wishes of the citizenship go with them Last Thursday night thieves entered the cellar of Mrs Mary A Eubankand took about 40 or 50 cans of fruit jelly and preserves This is the first theft reported in this town for at least a year and Jt is safe to say that more will follow unless the lock and key is used on all goods inviting to thieves What a good thing it would be if some one had welltrained bloodhounds to trail them up Mr J S Stapp is one of the busy men in this section and while he has been and is today a successful business man yet he has acquired his holdings by strict business methods and constant intelligent action In conversation with him last week he informed us that h had over 300000 staves on his yard in Columbia and nearly that many in the woods which are being delivered a rapidly as possible to the place of shipping here Mr Stapp has made good money in the stave and lumber business and has been of much worth to the peoI ple of his section We like to see suc cess come to every enterbrising man whether in public or private life In conversation with one of the newly elected members of the town council a few days ago he presented an outline of what he would favor iff bettering public conditions in this rapidly growing little city and to be plain his posi tin is progressive a leading out on lines that will bring permanent improv mentHe said I recognize the fact that the sidewalk question is a proposi tion with which our board can hardly shine and as a member of the board I sq1Ufav6ra departure from old meth ods I know that in manyplaces walks will be hard to make and will entail rather heavy expense but the growth of Columbia and the brightness of her future in my judgment warrants the building of substantial walks I shall favor this proposition As brick is ex pensive as well as hard to procure and j as gravel is scarce also I believe that the best in sight is a rock crusher ogreIe j would join the town in the purchase o a crusher I am not authorized to tshouldbeen done itTwould te heartily endors interlving so to speak and ifthiscouncilfailsl 0J inaugurate pro Iseriousg L v ifj 1 ti jT T ft r u There is no proposition of greater in terest to the public in this section than the making and maintaining of better roads There is no public necessity so badly needed and yet in spite of the existing conditions of our roads and the ability of Adair county to change them we plod along over rough places in the summer season and take the mud through winter There is nothing lack ing except will power and a determina tion to make good roads Eco iomy isI too often expensive and such is the case in this county on this proposition In all the world there never was a people who failed to endorse good roads We trust that the fiscal court will not over look the importance of this proposition at its next meeting Gentlemen you are the directors of this county You can prove benefactors or dead weights You can start a work that will perpetu ate your name asprogressive officials and result in giving this county as good roads as can be built It takes money and nerve The people of the county have the money and you must furnish the other ingredient Make a liberal levy for roads buy a crusher and start business as early as possible The peo ple will join you in this move as certain as rain falls A few will complain some will criticise but many will endorse you but regardless of the little Nave of disapproval from the rigidly economical few start the work and help nake this county what it ought to be You can start the work that will lead io the greatest good to the country people or you can keep the old order of things The time is here for action and it is your opportunity Horse Sense In conversation with J R Sanders of Campbellsville last Wednesday the andein speaking of the good traits of the equine Mr Sanders spoke of the confi andsas proof of his trusty traits stated Th Municipal campaign in Campbellsville was a warm one and as my brother was a candidate for Mayor naturally I took considerable interest and was out to see some of the voters after dark as well as in the broad daylight One night I drove across town a distance of mile from home left my horse and went in to see a voter After staying 30 to 40 minutes I came out but found my horse and buggy gone I Started home and within a short distance met him coming back He had tired stand ing went home but found the gat closed and then returned for me have owned him for quite awhile and never think of tying him when I want confiIto home while I was engaged too llong for his patience and it was his good sense of discretion to return for me after finding the gate closed There is not many such animals Preaching Next Sunday J P ScruggsiColumbia r J L Adkins s Zion A L Oder Cane Vaneyf c Z T Williams Smiths Chanel 1 Union afJ F BrgerjBch Grove A R Kasey Columbia W A Grant Neatsburg X r G Y Wilson Pickets Chapel v for Sale Enginemit run and get jmyprice andaermsi LCK LEY- J3 3t L RussG lliSprings Kv iI i I F t JJJ1 J i r 1 In another column will be found the card of Dr 0 S Dunbar Read it 11f J E Burton and brother left Mon day for Atlanta Ga with a car load of mules Coffey Bros and Young pallidout for Southwestern Ga last Monday with two car loads of mules Several interesting letters were re ceived too late last week for publica tion and some of them are not timely for this issue Mr G W Gowdy is erecting a large brick business house with stone front on Main Street Campbellsville This location is just opposite J T Gowdys livery stable Dr 0S Dunbar has rented the two front rooms in the Jeffries building the ones heretofore occupied by Dr G Staples and will remove to this JIcation the first of December Miss Mary daughter of Mr James Bryant died of dropsy at her home on Pettis Fork last Wednescay She ViaSh 38 years of age The body was buried in the graveyard at Milltown Thurs day Notice Four monuments that sold at 75 can now be bought at 60 four that sold for 25 now 20 one that sold at 80 now 65 When these are closed out no pricesiBROS Thrifty Farmers rthI i yearling mules a span of two year olds reportI ing good flesh This firm also has 26 head of extra good steers that will take 1906eTo Whom it May Concern r Some one keeps circulating the state I ment that those who insure in the Farmers Home have to pay eVery time the company has a fire loss This state s ment whoever by is a falsehood The Company never has nor never can make but two calls a year January and July A N Wells Gen Mgr Mr J T Gowdy bought from the Hubards estate the entire square oil forI ra idwelling on the lot as well as the liveryqand the entire property is well located rigsYstand so well known and conveniently located for the people in Campbells wile CeletiratecK- j Mr A D Coy vas 49 years old lash Wednesday the 22nd and that birthday was celebraated in a most acceptable i manner to himfeasting and making merry with friends His good wife thought it fitting to give him a birthday dinner and to havea few friends pre sent to enjoy the occasion Those pre zry sent were Mrs Meals of Lebanon t Misses Vivian and Rena Coy of Louis ville Mr Burkhart of Louisville Mr IMcFarland and family Misses Eubank of Columbia f and Mr and Mrs W E Frazer of Eu ftl1iceThe occasion was highly enjoy r able to all presentt who participatedtin i 5tablei ting the occaSIon i U t rrk X s s4at j4li w 9 t f tf1 IJ Faf t t aL THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY NOVEMBER 29 1905 REPAIRS rsBP5REFRESHING Will give you comfort on sweltering day When hot weary it parts vigor energy 5c at soda fountains and bottles 5c JIII fiYYYYYYYYI- C= uso CICYlCJC 1CR7C Not the common every day sort but something bright prlnt111 g and distinctive the kind that will attract the eye rsell your goods The kind you have looking fo- rThe 1NeWs Columt Ky Y7CYYYYYrrrY YYYYYYYY = xirc n aYiCYYRr Hardware Hardware A and complete line of Hardware both floor and goods Everything in this line used in this section t OFai S DDLES rND H1rRNESS And all Leather Goods of this order If you need a WAGON Of BUGGY You can get it on short notice We have a cellar full CALL WHEN IN NEED OF Cooking Stove Heating Stove Pipe or anything in our line All kinds o- fPftRMNGU J MCfflNeRY- r We have recently added a line of PAINTS and OILS THE ji GREEN SEAL 11 LIQUID PAINT have no superior Our line of Guns and Ammunitions up to the demands W i F JEFFRIES SON W T PYNE PREST FRED W HARDWICK SECT oj TREAS WTPYNE MILL and SUPPLY 60JESTABLISHED 1861INCORPORATED 1889 11 MILLWRIGHTS AND MACHINISTS IJguilders of Flour Grist r Cement millsand 4 Rock Crushers j OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY AT TENDED To and and in a CC7L1C been shelf Jobbing Work SolicitedNew Sheet Iron and Tank Work itNo 1301THIRTHEENTH and MAIN STS LOUISVILLE i KENTUCKY l DBHLBR BROTHERS 116 East Market Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Carryall Heights in Stock SEND FOR ATALOGUE 1 jAND PRICESw4 f f a im r 1 and 1 Y full full lIL P HENYO jf A f U WANTPriutin GALL THE NEWS i to i fj 1 3 P P iijr i TI t YI t I 1tiV 7 1t i J S At t fN 1i V rj Alqx 1 fi r1 1 d q V I f iJ Lk Lr Poultry Notes I Leaky roofs of poultry houses result in sick birds later on j A prolific cause of the fowls getting crop bound is lack of gravel or gritty material x If sheaves of grain are hung in the poultry yard the hens will turn them to good account Leaves make excellent litter for the poultry house floor and cost nothing but the labor of gathering and storing Clean out the poultry house thorougly and whitewash every part of it and put a layer of dry soil on the floor The comb is a good index to the condition of the hen If it shows up good and red the laying is not far off Even the turkeys and guineas as well as all other classes of poultry will be better for a good shelter during the winterThe fowls should be fed meat in some form to take the place of worms bugs and grasshoppers that they cant get these days Now is the time to mate the geese for next years flocks and if purchases must be made get the males and fe males from different localities Onions make an excellent tonic for the hens and should be given them for an evening feed occasionally but not frequently enough to affect the flavor of the eggs A good dust bath does a whole lot to wards preventing an accumulation of vermin on the fowls bodies If you have failed to provide this in time a box of fine coal ashes may be used as a substitute fG1INSILILLB- Hello tR K Gradyville This is Gainsville Arkansas I see that you Wm W are very well pleased with the way Old Adair voted in the last election Well I feel sorry for younot that the election has gone wrong but that you are on the wrong side and should change over Guess we had better ring off of this subject on the Editor might kickSay Mr Editor most all the people in Adair county of whom you speak are strangers to me but then it has now been twenty five years since we were here which doubtless has changed things mightily however we en joy reading the News wnich has just been received Billy if you will hurry up and get that longlookedfor railroad to Columbia we might come home but as long as there is a chance to walk part of the way we will be slow to start Well Askansas is a fine place to live if it is Democratic Wil- Liam if you were a citizen of Arkansas you would already b e Johnnie on the spot whether the shop had any good things o not vfWith the very best of wishes for all the Adair cjounty people 1 will sa goodbye r Yours truly titi ifV kSlr a iWaf ri5 wf i t it ftr ts t k e rylo V 7Z Pl SS An Ideal Ride Upon a dark and dismal nigh- tII well remember Shrill songsters trilled their dreary lays for twas sad September Naught save an awe inspiring gloom Was anywhere in sight To change my melancholy mood Or light the cheerless night While whispering Autumn breezes iSAlong a winding pathway dim In solitude I rode My friend Rawhead and Bloodybones Was present as of old The same old gentle grinning ghost Of which black mamas told Some folks who ride about at night Are mentally prepared To meet with hosts of ugly ghosts For they are never scared I neared a lonely graveyard next Oergrown with bush and sedge Where Goblins seemed to gather in hedgeiPrepared to make a bold advance And crowd along my path Some making lamentations wild While others seemed to laugh A feebleminded fellow might Have felt his courage fade I whistled Yankee Doodle It and Of course was not afraid Was a huge monster at my back Of fearful form and face Going to enfold me soon Within his fond embrace My horse became affrighted then As horses oftime will And ran away at breakneck speed Right down a rocky hilliWe are not superstitious though As fearless folks all say But now when riding out at night We go another way JT JONES Montpelier Ky GI33zHL S31iLITCH Misses Potts and Powers were here a few days ago purchasing turkeys at 11c per pound Rev Smith of Moreland who was assigned the charge of this circuit by the M E Conference filled his regular appointments Sunday morning and evening Farmers are busily engagedat present laying in their corn and stripping their tobacco crops Quails are living extremely hard in this section due to the hunters Rev J C Johnson of Wilmore is visiting relatives here Mr Claud Hatter and wife vis ited their parents at Middleburg Saturday A bountiful supply of rabbits and squirrels in this section Rev Robt Johnson has returned from Mack ville where he has just closed a successful meeting A large number added to the churchMr ClaudMinor of Perryville spent Sunday with his parents here i Thos Cooley a conspicuous farmer of shis section while logging near here happened to a serious accident The log with which his wagon was loaded roll elloffthe wagon falling on his right leg crushing and breaking it four times FOR SALE I Farm Of 278 acres Wi miles south of Columbia KYon Columbia and Creelsboro road 150 acres in grass in good state of cultivation good house and out buildings good fencing plenty of water and timber one store house and lot a good and well selected stock of goods This Is a good point to do business One steam saw mill direct attact ment in good running order will cut 15000 M feet per day 150 white oak trees stave trees miles south of Columbia one steam boiler and enginf j porteable 6 horse power in good order one steam bucker as good as new Efchtyeight 88 acres of land on Barnes creek 9 miles south of Columbia Ky most all in timber The stave timber has I been cutoff of the above but there is poplar ash bIackoak chestnut hickory and chestnut oak still on the 88 acres All the e for sale by CHAPMAN WALKUP Glensfork Ky Make Merry Eat and make merry but beware of evil consequences if you have a weak possiblertrouble by a s Syr up Pepsin after Mjextra heavy meal It an quickly earriesawayaU waste matter Sure cure for 1i and constipation SoJdbyJr deN Page of Columbia Wilson of Cane Valley at 50 and 100 Money back if it fafls j J1ar ta- V rfs tt thectheI7iythere is no occasion to remove a quantity of heavy ashesf g TheJrlot jj ofburnable n burned outX11re mains in the stove to represent the impuritiesjjl in the fuel IIinwhich would not ignite A piece of paperaa few chips fire may be maintained for 36 hours Owing to the scientific construe tion the DownDraft burns all the fuel the Wilson saves onehalf your fuel bill W F JEFFRIES SONS OOLUMBIA ZT g 16 Per Ct Discount f To any person that presents this advertisement at our store from now until January 1st 1906 We Have the Largest Line of Diamonds Watches and Jewelry to Select Your HoIidayPresents from ever Shown in Louisville ALSOe+ Diamond Brooches Scarf Pins Cuff Buttons Waist Sets Toilet and Manicure Sets Signet Rings Military Brushes Hat Pins Match Boxes Gold Watch Fobs the Handsomest everIshown Elgin Watches our Specialty i4 4in Ladies and Gents Open or Hunting Cases Thous + 4ands of patterns to select from We solicit your trade IF YOU HAVE NO X MONEY WE WILL TRUST YOU Get our terms before buying Diamond Jewelry Co 304 W Market St i NATHAN BIERMAN MGR LOUISVILLE KY n nl nnnnnQ COLE VPres A Creeping Death Blood poison creeps towards the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle Plaine Minn writes that a friend dreadfully injured his hand which swelled like blood poisoning Buck lens Arnica Salve drew but the poison healed the wound and saved his life Beet the world for burns and sores 25cai T rEV Paulls drug store t YrRrt O i i A i VVVV W WWW Enterprise CHAS F GANS Props 234 to 242 Market Street Bet Floyd R Preston LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY RATESl PER DAY Absolute satisfaction Guaranteed Specia 4ates to regular boarders A M EMLER Pres C W Mangr THEO RECTANUS New Farmers Home Hotel up up in wISMqJt t 21 Hotel BRO 00422 E MARKET ST l Above Preston r LOUISVILLE KY T JBest 35qufpt 100 per 1a2l b tel in tbe mnitefc States STREETCAR FACILITIES TO ALL PARTS OF CITY Dangerously Ml Do not by neglect allow yourself to become critically ill as you may very symptomsbud There is one safe scientific and certaincurative treatment for all these disorders of the digestive organs that is Dr Caldwell s laxative Syrup Try It Sold by Dr 1 JN Page of Columbia and RB Wit son of Cane Valley at 5Oc and 100 Money back it fails i 1 jt 0 Arjf i l t l 4to 1 ti 5f 1f i l f 1- 1r 5r j i 2 J IiA1l jH ir 11 J JP r ji t t Ik i f C THE ADA1R COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KYl NOVEMBER 29 1905 f FRANK CORCORANM J METCALFE Corcoran Metcalfel MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN HIGHGRADE MAR BLE AND GRANATE l L Ceme tery work of all kind Trade from Adair and ad joining counties respect fully solicited See us before you buy Jflain Street Iiebanon i enteky Leban 3n Steam Laundry LEBANON KENTUCKY W R JOHNSON Proprietor This is one of the Best and most Reliable Laundries in the State REED MILLER Columbia Agents for this section Send them your linen and the workwill be neatly and promptly executed DR JAMES MENZIESAT RESIDENCE OFFICE PHONE 35 Columbia Ky OSTEOPfITJIY- Goiisultatioia I and Examination Free at Office ell rI HUBBUCH BROS CARPETS RUGS LINOLEUMS MATTINGS O AND DRAPERIES r t 1 0 24262a fl irkt 5t11 LO U IS VJLt E K Y JohnAGliobson r FURNITURE WALLPAPER t COOK STOVES CEMENT LIME DOORS AND WINDOWS r GREENSBURG KENTUCKY I TJffi PRTTE SOfl HOTEIi i 4 vitabetter place can be found than the above nedhotel It is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied with the t 1r best the market affords Feed stable in connection 1 j il S PATTERSON P o tJ1fflESTOtLi11 HoMrPHONE319 CUMBERLAND PHONE 3454A reeneI fFURNITURE CARPETS RUGS t MATTINGS STOVES RANGES lj 425 to 429 EAST MARKET ST J Bacons Old StoreJ 10OISVILiIjE K DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS JN 0 FURNITURE CHAIRS AND MATTRESSES 27ESrMAINSrflrEr ii J3ET FIFTH AND SIXTH Louisvil1eKy TELEPHONE 1872 r I fy Vv v XiV L4W J1 mc niabtt Sons iSoli Bi Mifel FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS ANDDRAPERIES 4 CO4TEWALNTJT ST IOtflSVIt1E KY e l t gAP A Poem Why do Republicans envy the South And by high tariff from it s eill1 Why do they seek to enrich the North With the products of the Southern field Why no they seek to defame the South Wherein the nations honor lies Why do they publish this and that When they know good and well they are lies Whatcould they do that they have not done I must pause here for an answer For the robbed and robbed hy the carpet bag And now they are trying to steal on faster They are trying to bring the sunny South Into great humiliation And now they look us right in the face and say You must recognize the negro as your equal Or well cut your representation- But this they know they dare not do I speak it without hesitation They are only trying to scare the South Into negro equalization They said that drum at Charleston port Must collect the custom But why 1 will ask didnt they take him up North To New York City or Boston ROBERT LEE CAMPBELL Christ With Us a poem by Edwin Markham with appropriate decorations fills the first page of the WOMANS HOME COMPANION for December and the remainder of the magazine is very Christmassy indeed Christmas fiction is represented by An Ogres Tenants by Owen Oliver The Burglars Christ mas Gift by Clara Morris The Quest of the Unwise Men by Temple Bailey A Borrowed Christmas by Mary Wilhelmioa Hastings The Man Who Gained the World by Alfred Tressider Shepperd and other timely stories Mrs Russell Sage contributes an essay on Whats the Matter with Christ masReo Bennett tells how John D Rockefeller celebrates the day and two articles elaborately illustrated with photographs tell How Royalty celebrates Christmas and useful articles on handmade gifts leather tooling Christmas cookery and Christmas tables give the number additional holiday val ue Published by the Crowell Publish ing Company Springfield Ohio one dollar a year ten cents a copy Terrified You may well be terrified when you first suspect that you are a victim of ohronic dyspepsia liver of bowel trouble These diseases always go from bad to worse unless checkedin time by the only safe and sure laxative medicine for dyspepsia that you can get Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Sold by Dr J N Page of Columbia and R B Wilson of Cane Valley at 50c anp j100 Money back if it fails c EDUCATIONAL I ESTATE NORMAL SCHOOLS It is not the will of your Father which is in Heaven that one of these little ones should berish I came that ye might have life and have it more abundantly Jesus There is a glory greater than the glory of wealth and power and arms and conquestthe glory of loving getting cherishing diffusing and perpetuating knowl edge whereby men may adorn their lot in this life whatever that lot may be and whereby as far as knowledge can they may be led to know a better life to come Rpbt J Breckenridge In 1853 v The public free schools are Colleges of the people they are the nurseries of freedom their establishment arid efficiency are the pararnountduty of a republic The education of the children is the most legitimate obectof ta- xationprJL M Curry The power of the state the interestsof civilization and the perpetuity of our inststutions alike call uppn the Legislature to devvise a system which will meet the wants of the rising genera tionStte Supt R OX Dillard ah 1847 In order to preservffotu ciyili zatipn its history and its tradik tignslnUstw not make Jlhe 1schools of all the bepple efficient k But the schools will be no better unless we begin their reforma tion with the teacher The teach er is the real center of all educa tion Among the educational problems therefore which must be solved before our schools be come efficient the teacher prob lem is perhaps the most vital He must be trained to teach and he must be paid for his services not starved and ostracised Henry Bernard in a speech be fore the Legislature of Connecticut in 1837 said It is idle to expect good schools until we have good teach ers and the people will rest satisfied with such teachers as they have until their attention is di rected to the subject and until we can demonstrate the necessi ty of employing better teachers and show they can be made bet ter by proper training in classes or Seminaries established for this specific purpose There is but one way practi cable to attain the end of popular education and that is the education of teachers adapted to the wants of our schools This re form is fundamental to every other in the cause of education For want of itallthe endow ments of the state and all the endowments of benevolence in behalf of education however ex tensive will languish and fail for it is only at lastthrough good teachers that good teaching can be had and without good teach ing no system of education can be effectual Prof Edward S Joynes William and Mary Col lege In an article in the Southern School Journal for November 1905 Judge W fit Beckner of Winchester said In the new education which we may fairly call American the chief factor is the TEACH ER Textbooks are very well but they are of secondary con sideration Does anybody know or care what books if any were used by Socrates Plato Aristotle Comenius Pestalozzi Froebel or Parker Their pupils were sheep whom the shepherds not only fed but led into green pastures where they could feed themselves The old system of memorization is passing away with the rod by which it was stimulated Under andIThe old way was easier because it was mechanical Its results were much like the music of the organ grinder The instrumEnt on which the modern teacner must know how to play is the harp of a thousand strings found in the nature of every child com mitted to his care How can he successfully do this without adequate training and where can this be had save in a properly ar ranged and equipped Normal School It seems that almost every educated intelligent citixen in the state agrees that Kentucky not only needs but must have Pro fessional Training Schools for her teachers but the surprising part of it all is that there are yet even a few presumably in telligent folk in the state who think we should not be hasty that we should take plfentyof time to debate the matter before jumping headlong into this new adThis idea ofa new fad is amusing in the extreme Let us examine a little into history andseehow new the proposition really is The first State Normal School was established in 1839 at Lexington Mas66 yesrs ago Since that time every states i in the Union has established such ntuckyandtone second State admitted into th- NUion being admitted in 1792 110 years ago Jiil TDn Robt J fEJreckenyidigei jSupk of Public instruction said The peOle of the state vi1l ft 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 Tfj SHIRTS lOc to 12c COLLARS x 2cCUFFSUNDERSHIRTS 8c tolOc i DRAWERS8c to lOc i SOCKS per pair 4c to 5c HANDKERCHIEFS3cto 5c NIGHT SHIRTSlOcSHIRT WAISTS15 to 25c CHEMISETTES 5ctol5c COATS25cWHITE VESTS15c to 25c PANTS 25c TIES3cto 5c BLANKETS25ct050cTABLE CLOTHSlOc to 25c COUNTERPANESlOc to 20a LACE CURTAINS40c to 1 wT FLAT WORK IRONED 5c per Ib M ROUGH DRY 3c per lb RJROUGH DRY FAMILY WASH4c perIb SUITS OVERCOATS CLEANED PRESSED 1Ijfamily dry at BECK STRANGES Grocery store Agents want ed in every tow- nHURT BROS SHREVE Props COLUMBIA KY ii tr ir 1i l fiffi1 ljf i BEST CHRISTMAS GIFT tn 5l FOR WIFE MOTHER DAUGHTER SISTER OR SiTEETHEARTL By this sign you may know and will find d 1tJ SINGER STORES evcrywherc bc I41j L These machines are now being sold at lower pricks 1V X quahty considered tfiap any c her Whether you pose purchase of a machine or not there is much to interest most women at invitedI 4 T SOLD ONLY BY xx SINGER SEWING MACHINE jj9- COLUMBIAI prefer good teachers to indifferl ent ones and if the fers that these good teachers should be strangers and foreigners rather than her ovn sons she has only to refuse all provis ions for training at home and the result is secured For 18 years the Kentucky Ed n1battlingtion profesIslonal but for want of funds with which to properly present their claims i before the Genesal Assembly their efforts have died away with the adjournment of the meeting The Educational improvement j Commission came into existence last Juue and at once became a fighting organization by securing with which to lay the cause at the feet of the people for their consideration There is no doubt but that the Legislature will do J the will of the people if it knows it It then behooves the people to mstrudt the Legislature asto their wishes j Iwentasked for a State Normal School j It was granted and today they enjoy the brivilige ofa firstclass w ell quipped State Normal IfrQmjStateLife Diplomas without Ex i J o iS F 1 rj l A fj f- i t the money amination Every Kentuckian ought to be proud of this institu tion but if it be not considered too sudden an innovation after these 48 years since the question was first agitated in Kentucky by State Supt Robert J BreckenV ridge might wfe not venture to ask that the white people which comprise about 86 per cent fJthe population of the state bet granted as good schools inpro portion for the training of wEite teachers Think over this matter careful Jy and if you believe the time is ripe tell your Representatives and Senator where you stands They want to do your will If yon think it too arly then lets wait another CENTURY 1 Science Plied Against Disease IirJICaldwell laxative Syrup Fepsiif againstall disorders of stomach iiTerX and bowels Dr Caldwell Syrup Pep sin contains all the best modern knowlv edge on the subject of these diseasesf and their cure scientifically combinei by a master at the game of health viz t Div B Caldwell after many years 1 devoted to special investigation of this great supject Its wonderful success x in the qick and permanent cure of aUithese distressing diseases has made its name all over the country synoh ymouswith health Try it Sold by ik7 Dr J N rage 9f Columbia and R4i JB Wilson ofrCane Valley at 50c dB i100Money backif itfaHs y t i V Co Lr friF t 11 c Jwc f L f w fi t f r iI9 c r t 7t i 1 inii1y 1rr7 tJ YCd j8 I x THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY NOVEMBER 29 1905 i CORRESPONDENCEt ADAIR AND ADJOINING COUNTIES I I ii +I GRADYVILLE i 4y + + + + + ++ rgi last Saturday Our farmers are about through gathering their corn N Wilson of Greensburg has been here for several days receiving lumber from J A Did 7 dIe tL S Smith of was on our streets last Saturda Prof Byron Montgomery spent last Saturday in our midst t r James Wilmore has been on 2the sick list fore several days Dr and Mrs S A Taylor vis ited relatives at Nell last Sun day Mr JD Walker of Columbia spent several days here last week looking after his farming inter j est 4jJ I A Hunn of Columbia was here I last Saturday looking after stock W L Gradys young Peacock irnare which has been afflicteb1 Lrith bottsfor several n i I about recovered I Mr Arthur Bradshaw one of I I our best farmers was in ou midst last week looking after some extra good mule coltspA Mr Robert Wilson and wife p v of Gane Valley visited the fam Jly of Mr L M Wilmore last Saturday nightpMrs Fannie Hoy has been on the sick list for several days Miss tlumbiaV essie Walker of our city last V aturday night and Sunday Mr Lawrence Rousseau thee wellknown insurance man ofte Glasgow spent a few days lasta week in our midst and did a goodlVI businessLJohn Roach of East Fork passed through here last Thurs j day en route for Campbellsville where he will spend a few days visiting his daughterfo OfPaulSchool of Columbia visited Paulca Wilson of this place last Satur He day night and Sunday Mr George H Nell who has and been at Harrodsburg for a week For selling cattle returned Saturday and reported his sale very good try we are glad to note that Mrbu W W Yates who has been con sure fined to his room for several days Ywith fever is improving at this oftime eIt a our attended the sale at M J Mur rells last Saturdaywi iMrs Thomas Moss of Nell with spent several days of last week visiting her relatives in this com munity Dr J A Yates of Edmonton W was by the bed side of his father cone day last week i Mr and Mrs H C Walker l k visited the family of Mr Sam I Allen of Petits Fork Thursday rf i The machinery that has been I used at this place operating fora I oil was removed to Glasgow lasti MondaydoMr HA Walker wife and Miss Kate Walker Geo Flowers Titus Price and J L Walker of Columbia attended church here last Sunday I 1 Mr William King the upto t date dry goods man of Columbia speht last Saturday in dm town I ifjct Married at the home of the l ti brides ather Ijiss Franklin to a t s rr r I Il l rffT i f ft j 1ir iil jIiJ r fIt c v Iifo K kv 4SI t 1J If r rt v f1t 7i t ji J r2 71 ft Nf i t fr t II Mr William Montgomery on the 26th Rev Keykendall tied the conjugal knot The contracting parties are of this community Mr Luther Pickett a well known citizen of Kemp died on the 25th with a complication of diseases We are glad to note that Mas ters Willie and Joe Hunter who have been confined for several months with Typhoid are again on the scene of action eProf G B Yates and wife of Joppa attended church at this place last Saturday night and Sunday Misses Bessie Walker Mollie Flowers and Lee Flowers students of Columbia visited their parents at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr Robert Wilson of Cane Valley received a nice lot of Turkeys at that place last Mon day at 10 cents per pound The protracted services at this place conducted by Revs Scruggs and Kuykendall is doing much ood Up to this date there has een five conversions and a num her of penitents We find Bro Kuykendall suitably adapted to 1rion way of seeking it The peo le in aleasedJohn D Lowe the wellknowni shoe man of Columbia in come any with his wife and daughter passed through here Thursday en route for Gainesboro Tenn where they had been called to- ohe bedside of Mr Lowes sick mothersGradyville base ball team crosse d bats with the Sparkesville am last in thvictory leinDied on the 25th sir his homee near Pickett Dr W W Bingham in his 69th Brother 11Binghamtruest sense having beena mem SJ r of the Methodist church at r over fifty years Each day his life he lived up to what He ofessed and when the summons me he was ready and waiting to will not only be missed in the family circle but in the chureh community where helivermany years he has been the of leading physician of all thafecouat Dr Bingham is no morsu t from the life lie livedwe are his work will go OBI The funeral was preached by Rev G I Wilson before a large audience friends audL relatives and the bia mains interred in the Pickett Chapel cemetery by the masonic fraternity He leaves ai devoted fe and several loving childrenst the community at large to intheirW Mr Bob Mitchell of Sulphur ell passed through here last Thursday with two of the best tticedinc they were purchased from Chas Yarberry of Sparkesvillfr for 11berryse plentiful in the Sulphur WellIn Section I BLISS Public sales of property are getting v numerous in this parlh Mr Tyman Atkins sold a lot of to corn in the crib at the sale last M Saturday to Mr j A Diddle at 190 per barrel Mr Atldns will leave very soon for Pensco a Florida alt which place he has position in view Successfti 8 q rV0vV fvv 1f V jH fPtit lt i r rji Ilz t 0t i i tT tcjj tf F 4 L 4 4 + 4 1 Fair Gound for Sale I I C i 1 Monday December 4th 1905 o t At the CourtHouse Door we will sell to the Highest Bidder the Fair I Grounds containing about t- I 18 ACRESo t i This is the most desirable piece of property in or near Columbia t J Beautiful Grove plenty of the best Water and well located This is 6 great I j t chance for a 1 f BEAUTIFUL LOCATION Tfor a home or for Fair Purposes Sale at 1 oclockJ 5 I Hudson Bros Young Columbia Ky I 4 yoU Twyman Dr WT Grissom is having a good sized new wood house erect ed which will be a great convenience the old one t jiaving been torn down Mr Robert Williams who has been staying with Mr C M Her riford in his store for several weeks past went to his home at Eunice last Friday Mr John Troutman who has een confined to his room for a month nursing his injnred foot vhich was accidentally shot is ble to stir- Mr C M HerriforxT engag ng a lot of fat hogs to be deliv red next week either at Bliss or Columbia at the market price less 100 per cwt Messrs Ad and Lee Mclnteer r f Kansas and Hart county re spectively were visiting their sis tel Mrs W H C Sandidge sev ral days ago Mr W M Hancock one of e well known Deputy Assess of Columbia has been push g the work oiff listing the prop rty in this district Mr G A Atkins amd wife of c 1 and brother Twyman last Sunday very pleasantly the new home of t M L GriSSGrflIMr William Breeding of be yond Columbia has lately moved the plaee bought bjr Jv A English of Mr John Methris A coMi wave may sooner or1st follow OE the heels of thee b these cool dry daySi So you had better get in an abundant pply of fire wood and not be c caught abort of it JrMrs Jl K Robertson and her daughter Miss Lilian of Cbliim visited her sister Mrs R E Tandy last Saturday and Sun day Mr Hemford has hair Ms ore house covered wit steel roofing which is certainly a great prevement to they property as elL as the goods Messrs Ivan Patterson and Roy Stotts two of our young men did3 the lob Sbme of our people had gotten ie date of Thanksgiving Day so nfused that they actually ob served it this week They may observe it again next week We ave had a most prosperous year which we should be exceed gly thankful Mrs Lizzie Pennington was on the sick listbut is now better Saturday was ail ideal day that a good crowd of people thea etillsaleoU4rMJ tLrrell Things sold readily at sTMfeheijers1bro cow13 hay stacks 1050 to 11 per stack Mr Imcien Hurt iii the cryingand aveteranhe fSJ if Il 1ffi r = 1Tij n t I J was at the businessIHog slaughtering will soon be the order of the day as the result plenty of appetizing ribs back bones etc will be much in evij denceThere has been an exceedingly favorable spell of weather for cribbing the corn crops Farm ers in general have been rushing themselves early and late some allIapplness IMr Harry Staples of your was mixing with friends here last Saturday and Sunday The sale at the late W J At kins place failed to bring the price asked for the farm consequently it was rented to Mr Fred Troutman son of Mrs Mollie Troutman Mr Troutman who has been in North Dakota for the last three years will be home at an early date He and his mother will move to the place as soon as possible 1VtILLT0WNo Wheatis looking fine in this section thisLare with sore throats and bad coldSjCleve and Charlie ML Thomas left for Texas last Tuesday to Theywillfriends Bro Maddox of Greens urg will begin a protratedmeeting here the first Sunday mi Decem eiSMr Joe Thomas sold to Mr John Butler26 acres of land atI 550 per acre He will build a house on it Bra Grant filled his apPoint- ment at this town audi Pollards Chapel Sunday We are well pleased with him Best Clemens Leslie and Fred Chapman of Columbia visited Charley Thomas last Friday and Saturday They went hunting killing plenty of game andre ported a big time im sport Missess Mabel and Nell Hind man of GradyviHe visited Miss Bessie Leftwitck Monday night Missess Ann and Dollie Dohon ey visited Mrs v R L Caldwel of Gradyville Thursday night- jig Wearehavingni e Fall weather Two Doctorshave been called tQ see Mr G A Young He is not expected to live long Dr Jjas W Squires formerly of thiscoimty butnow of Dewitt Mo was called to see a patient weeks ago and while there hadastrokotparalysis of his 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