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Digital page images are linked to the text file. gThwr g 4r6 ti 20 per nLDico fit On Suit or Overcoat l f If ordered befote Xmas ROBERTSON WHIT lVOLUME 9 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY DECEMBER 13 NUMBERS f 5 POST OFFICE DIRECTOR t J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER CONOVER DEPUTY rPETEOffice hours week days 730 L m to 830 pmp COURT DIRECTORY CIRCUIT CoURTThree sessions a yearThIrd Monday in January third Monday in May an third Monday in September Circuit JudgeHC Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A Huddlerton SheriffF W Miller Circuit ClerkJ F Neat COUNTY monthCiJudgeT A MurrelL County Attorney Jas Garnett ClerkT R StulttlailerJ K P Conover Assessor J F Pelly Surveyor R T McCaffree School SuptW D Jones Coroner C M RusselL CITY CoURTRegular court second Monday n each month Judge Jas G Eubank- AttomeyGordon Montgomery MarshaLW A Myers CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BURKESVILLE STREETRev W C Clemens r pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool at 9 a m every Sabbath PrayerraeetinB every Wednesday night METHODIST BURL SVILLE STREET Rev A R Kasey pastor Services first and third Sundays in each month every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GREENSBURG STREET BeV J P Scruggs pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayermeetinj Wednesday night CHRISTIAN CAMPBELLSVILLE PIKE Eld A L Oder pastor Services see o n d and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 Wednesday nighta m Prayermeeting LODGES MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A M flegnlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday nightI on or before the full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery W M E G Atkins Secretary COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month JAS GARNETT T I M TR STULTS RECORDER COLUMBIA CHAPTER R A M No 7 meets Friday night after full moon T R Stults H P Horace Jeffries Secretary Hotel Restaurantl 3 W N BrInton Son Proprietorss JUinclatall s DIIP1of Night j COMFORTABLE ROOMS e The trade of Adair and adjoining couuties solicited lLEBANON KENTUCKY JOHN EUBANK BLACKSMITH CANE VALLEY KENTUCKYH- orse shoeing and Buggy repairing specialities Give him a call Satisfaction guaranteed iw EUESTERb DENTIST KENDALL KENTUCKY KENTUCKJRe OFFICE Corner Room Marcum Hotel Dr O S Dunbari DENTIST JOFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky t txr T i 7 i fij iI 0 F J t J Ifrt al81111 tnj LOC1 I Dr W F Cartwright has rem ved to his new residence near tha L W T School V IiMr Braxton Massie has recent y built a splendid small barn just back of his dwelling Edgar L Young has been appointed postmaster at Enoch Taylor county vice VanBuren Martin resigned To get a present that will stand the test of time and at moderate cost then see T E Paulls line of gold and silver ware it is complete in every particular The Epworth League of the M E Church South will meet each Sunday afternoon instead of Sunday evening FOR SALEHouse and lot close to public square Possession given at once Price 600 Frank Sinclair The largest and most beautiful assortment of silverware ever shown in Columbia is on exhibition at T E Pauls The display would do credit to a Fourth Avenue Jewelry store Be sure and see it 42t Mr Henry Hurt lost a valuable horse one day last weeknot so valuable in point of dollars and cents but of inestimable worth when it comes to reliable service He was kicked on the knee and it was so shattered that his owner he waS promptly killed Mr Jo N Conover is now assisting Mr Jo Coffey Jr in keeping up the books of the Bank of Columbia The work is too heavy for one man and Mr Conover came to the rescue It so hap pens of late years that his service of aiding in this line has been needed by many and wherever a good book keeper is wanted the shortest route is made for his services The largest and most complete line of silver ware ever brought to Columbia is now displayed at T E Paulls drug store and at prices within the limits of a neat Christmas present It has been reported that the Com missioners Messrs H T Baker and N B Miller would sell in January all the lands and timber belonging to the estate of the late J P Miller but we are authorized to state that the sale will not occur until in May Due notice of this sale will be given in ample time to give all parties a chance to purchase ome of the most valuable timber lands in Southern KenucktyK Mr W D dis connected himself from newspaper work informs us that he will purchase an interest in a real estate firm in Knoxville Tenn and will leave in a few weeks for that Southern city May peace and prosperity attend you Dave in the changing of sky scrapers from one par tyto another and may the renter meet you promptly withcash in hand when you call to collect from the occupants of the flats Edith Ky Dec 7 1905 Dear Santa Claus I am a little girl eleven years old and always received nice presents at ChristmasWill you aletter giving you the names of the presents of my choice for this Chpistmas- I would be pleased to receive a nice album flower vase and a little wagon that I can haul my big doll on a gold candytI will go to bed at 8 oclock and shut my eyes tight Be sure and come Fannie Bell Evans It is hard to head off an enterprising firm and as evidence of the get up and go order Walker Morrison Co is a fine example They have a small gas dine engine in their establishment bought to run light machinery but since the improvement in their plant a1d the constant use of keeping a hot boiler the gasoline engine has been resting until a few days ago In order to utilize its power to advantage they rigged up a small saw to cut stove wood It is now moved from place to place to do this work for any one who needs short wood and the amount that can be cut in a few hours is surprising- to the average man It is a success in every particular and a good producer of t Pearlhandlenilrel WEDNESDAY AND- WOODWORKMAN t sog revenueJ N N N fl s+ a N NN N NOOQ0000 OCKY wCJ NG0 4 r I 6 00 II il50THSESS10N 1 Preparatory School to Central University of Danville Kentucl ySi SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS PREPARING i RFORCOUNTY AND STATE CERTIFICATES i u i Classes in a Shorthand and Bookkeeping al in progress New classes in these Branches joready organized at the beginning of next term Department Ohlenmacher COMPETENT TEACHERS IN EVERY DEPARTMFNT OF i II i THE SCHOOL n U Facilities unsurpassed Boarding Homes on the College Campus IIBoarding Reasonable Next term begins January 1st 1900 For further information Ii I1 JNO Ws FLOWERSADDRESSiSecretary I Jpp0000 0000000 aAN y Monday was a bright day and while the air was a little chilly yet the birds were singing just like springtime had come Just as we reached the public square there was one songster giving forth music that indicated happiness in such a forceful way as to cause us to pause and think how good and how pleasant if man could be as the birds Facing the cold and in front of the snow and ice of a long winter with no storehouse or home yet happy and singing praise One of the largest porkers that ever dropped at the crack of a rifle in this part of the country was put in Mr R K Youngs smokehouse one day last week It was a 2 yearold borrow half Polan China and the other half Berkshire The hog was not put on the scales as Mr Young was not prepared for weighing but conservative esti mates made by good judges of hogs placed his weight at 750 to 800 pounds Mr Young4ias never been an admirer of light weight stock and he not only produces heavy hogs but keeps a span of heavy mules to make the grain The Columbia Fair grounds beauti ful and convenient is on the market arid if kept for the for which it has been used a company must be formed to buy and fix it up There is not a prettier plot of ground in the en tire State fdr a fair and there is not another place adjacent to Columbia half so A splendid track inexhaustible water as pure as earth affords a grove large and beautiful it is an ideal piece of property for a fair or for apark We believe that it should be kept for the above purpose and so as to stimulate all lines of in and give a short season of enter 1ctI yyyyy y yww tainment each year to break th monotony of dull seasons We hope that some one or some company will take this up and secure to the town and county an exhibition worthy of patronage in every respect ART NOTES The answers in last weeks Art Not to the question Why there is so littl- interest manifested in drawimg as study in Columbia does not quit- reach the root of the trouble The gradedIto to begin atthe wrong end of the sub ject Suppose our two flourishing colleges opened with the same large number of students they have done and will do again and all those students stated they were seeking a college course but not one of them had ever learned the alphabet of any written language how longwould the schools be full and how many of those students would have the courage to continue Untildrawing is a part of the chil Irens regular course art will never flourish in Columbia If those who study art as a means of culture as for the beauty growing out of the subject or those who study it with a view to business such as engineering or designing or architecture had already some knowl edge of the rudiments it would not seem such a discouraging journey to attain something practical in the Pursuit of it Then too many an embryo artist would be awakened and find themselves to the delight and pride of their friends or perhaps become known to fame 1 jjjjjjjjjjjj Music in charge of C Fredric who as a Taachar of Music has no isuperiors and few equals in this section of the State t Two good purpose dustry rywvYWW Mr Elder Collins has just returnee from a three weeks stay in New Mexico He went to investigate that coun try and was so well pleased that he staked a claim of 160 acres of dirt bought a team and made other prepara tions for enjoying life and increasing this worlds goods in that faraway land deliveres thepaper sent to b thaet country reports that Mr McClister and others who are prosperingsg wit accude his family to his New Mexico home just as soon as he can dispose of his farm and personal effects PAID LIST Is Your Name Written There Being crowded for the last two weeks we failed to publish the names of those who paid but they are given below and to each and every one are tendered our thanks C R Warriner N BI Kelsay T J Jr Matthew Walkup R P Breeding E R Young J L Pickett H JIHenson G A Cheatham Elliot Graham L P Barden J ZI DeI hart MA Sutherland D T Wilson Wm Hicks L E McGin nus Ed Sandidge Lewis Howell J A Blakeman S A McMaham J M Mitchell R R J T Hardin W T Hendrickson I f ri 8 77 iA Ia r V1th each FREE Suit or JI Samples at News Office Robertson White 1905 n SundaySchool convenient managed practical u 0 Rankin Rucker l r Lindsay Rice JF Turner J VWhiteReynolds Mrs J W McGarveyi F G Willis E M Brockman J W Sexton O B Vaughan Jo WSpin Mrs P H Browning T L VilYmore Jas H Smith A R Jeter Delaney Robinson Olen Robinson J K Robertson James Williams SamhY E Hurt L V Turner J R Royse Dr W T Grissom R H Cofer W ConoverIChapman T W Rice Alexander Murrell I T Farris Olie Taylor lEG Wethington Mat Wething 1 Wethington J P IWilkerson S H Roberts Dink S M Pelly T J Brown W H Hankla J T Brown W G Rains Pate Pyles James Chelf S J Bell C R Carson J D Vaughan Drewry Wilkinson W H Miller Linus Clements QC Godbey Robert Earles D R Brown J W Fair- S F Wethington 0 G Hen A drickson W D Clements T J Wheeler W H Wilkerson Sam Damron Dr L F Hammond GA Pelly Trigg Defevers B E Cook JM Campbell C R Dean j i Jt 1fi t arwst wF Y j J r i t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY DECEMBER 13 1905 Cement SEND COLD BOTTLEDELICIOUS REFRESHING cca Will you comfort on sweltering When hot and weary it im parts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in 5c IIIrrrrLx n OGGOCO3OO = x IIrrn ft O 0 Not the common every day sort but something bright n+ lUgand distinctive the kind that will attract the eye and S rrlgoods The kind you have been looking fo- rTlie Columbia Ky 1 YY XfiunriYYYYf7C7 XfiX= x U Hardware Hardware J A full and complete line of Hardware both floor and shelf Everything in this line used in this rl h WE ALSO CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF I4J SKDDLE KND HKRNESS 1Andall Leather Goods of this order TIfyouneeda WAGON or BUGGY You can get it on short notice We have a cellar full WHEN IN OF l Cooking Stove Heating Stove Pipe or anything in our line All kinds of inn PftKMINQ flftCHINeRYf wWe have recently added a full line of PAINTS and OILS THE GREEN SEAL LIQUID PAINT fi r have no superior Our line of 4 rOuns and Ammunitions f up to the demands W1 F 1 JEFFRIES SON W T PYNE PREST FRED W HARDWICK SECT di TREAS tW T imMILL aid SUPPLY 60J ESTABLISHED 1861INCORPORATED 1889 t MILLWRIGHTS AND MACHINISTS Builders of Flour Grist t f t Distilleries Mills and F Rock Crushers 8FREPAIRS OF ALL 0 rLwlSDS JPKOMPTLY ATTENDED To a Work SolicitedNew Iron and Tank No 1301THIRTHEENTH and MAIN STS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY DEHLER BROTHERS 116 East Street r LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 1 Carry all Heights in Stock 1 FOR- ATAL06UEI AND PRICES J OF give day bottles News goods section CALL NEED Sheet Work Market r Jobbing i HNNN NN + + + iltHENYOUWANTJob PrintingCALLTHENEWsl N 44 l I i t7 tt J THE Jack ofallTrades HEPumps Water Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Press For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE ENTUCKY W F JEFFRIES SON Ag- teSpecialLowest Homeseekers7 Rates EVER MADE TO OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS AND THE GREAT SOUTHWEST VIA Louisville j 11 srs n 6c St Louis Ry UTHE ftENDERSOH 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 sa- leownAijome Where land is cheap and returns from it certain For rate and information inquire of L JlRWIN General Passenger Agent Lwiisville Ky J H GALLAGHER P Traveling Passenger Agent V i i 4i I yI a Instead of Drugs Turnips onions cabbage cauliflower watercress and horseradish contain sulphur Potato salts of potash French beans and lentils give iron Watercress oil iodine iron phosphate and other salts Spinach salts of potassium andiron Food specialists rate this the most precious of vegetables spinachITomatoes stimulate the healthy action of the liver Asparagus benefits the kidneys for rheumatism andICelery It is claimed the carrot forms the blood and beautifies the skin Beets and turnips purify the blood and improves the appetite Lettuce for tired nerves Parsley mustard cowslip horseradish dock dandelion and beet tops clear the blood regu late the system and remove that tired feeling so peculiar to spring Matter of Orthography After a few weeks at boarding school Alice wrote home as fol lows Dear FatherThough I was homesick at first now that I am getting Acquainted I like the school very much Last evening Grace and Katheryn my schoolmates and I had a nice little chafingdish party and we invited three other girls Mayme and Carrye Miller and Edyth Kent I hope you are all well at home I cant write any more now for I have a lot of studying to do With lots of love to all your affectionate daughterALYSS To which she received the following answer My dear daughter AlyssI glad to receive your letter and to know that you are enjoying yourself Uncle James came the other day bringing Charls and Albyrt with him Your brother Henrie was delighted for he has been lonely without you I have bought a new gray horse whose name is Byllye He matches nicely with old Fredde With much love from us all I am your affection ate father WYLLYAM JONES The next letter from the absent daughter was signed Alice Womans Home Companion for DecemberINew Problem for The Weather ProphetJHeres one that beats the How oldisAnn problem fourteen city blocks says the Louisville Herald How cold is it when it is twice as cold as two degrees above zero- Sounds simple enough doesnt it after you have read it over half- a dozen times or more But just try to solve it Wise men law yers doctors scientiests college professors have been puzzling night after night over a solution without avail and the Herald has decided to ask its readers to join in the work Those Who have been out of school for yeajs can get down their old science books and figure out the vexing problem for them selves Dying of Famine is in its torments like dying of consumption The progress of consumption from the beginning to the very end is a long torture bpth to victim and friends When I had consumption in Its first stage writes Wm Myers of Cearfoss Md after trying different medicines and a good doctor in vain I- at last took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly and perfectly cured me Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc ysitively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at T E Paulls Drug store nice 50c and 100 abttleTrial bot lefree j tft yAis f f l f i 8 I IP Per Ct Discount tTo that thisany person presents advertisement at our store from now until January 1st 1906 We Have the Largest Line of Diamonds Watches and Jewelry to V L Select Your Holiday Presents from ever Shown in Louisville ALSO rt t 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 ever shown Elgin Watches our Specialty iN5 4Ladies and Gents Open or Hunting Cases Thous Sin ands of patterns to select from We solicit X your trade IF YOU HAVE NO MONEY WE WILL TRUST YOU X Get our terms before buying I Diamond Jewelry Co I304 W Market St NATHAN BIERMAN MGR LOUISVILLE KY 8 Kentucky Kernels They want carpenters at Stur- gis Hodgensville wants a Sunday mail Diptheria is raging in Somer setHardin county farmers after sheepkilling dogs A literary tea to be given by the Mayfield Womans Club Hardin county has a Farmers Club which meets once a month Seventeen valnable horses perished in a livery stable fire at ElktonState Baptist Young Peoples Union held session at Elizabeth town Flemingsburg with commend able public spirit ond enterprise will soon have completed new buildings on sites of those recent ly destoyed by fire Many farmers of Robertson talk of signing an agreement not to raise any tobacco next year Outlook for fair prices for crop now on hand not encouraging Harrodsburg people kicking against new train schedule of HarrodsburgDanville extension- of Southern railway They can get no afternoon mail or express nor evening newspapers James Ping of Plato Pulaski county attended church service at Clay Hill Saturday night The minister saw him stopped ser vice long enough for congregation to shake hands with him and extend a welcome back There is a tide in the affairs of coeducation which taken at the flood leads straight to matrimony Money talks and stops talk Some orators have a fine com mand of other mens language Anyone can be a power fo- revilit takes character to be a power for good The fact that some one else does it is societys excuse Certain men are determined to- get their share of what does not belong to them lYou can lead a man to college but you can not make him think You can fool every one save God and yourself A man always with his eyes in the ground bumps his head a man always with his nose in the air stubs his toe When he can wear his left shoe on his right foot your pessi mist will be pleased Talk is not always cheap Money is not always the bal ance of power gentlemen There are those scales inwhich J F Jt ttIiiri an ounce of integrity is worth a goldmine Dignity carried to excess is a malady Appealz For Protection loudlyformicrobes of fermented food engender dyspepsia extend of Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pep NPageCane Valley The CourierJournalDURING THERE WILL BE MANY ATTRACTIVE DEPARTMENTS ALL GOING TO MAKE A COMPLETE NEWSPAPERMAIL RATES Daily Courier Journal I gear 6 Daily and Sundag i HearWee-klg gear- COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY By a Special Arrangement you can get the flfcfllR COUNTY NEWS An Eight Page Local Paper AND THE WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for o- nlyl5O This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combina tion offer must be sent through The Adair Co News Stone Stone AttorneysAtLawJAMESTOWN J 0W- ill practice in the courts in this and adjoining counties 0Special attention given collections JAMES TRIPLETT DENTISTCO- LUMBIA KENTUCKY IOFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOC WILMORE HOTELF- irst slass Table Good Sample Rooms i Feed Stable Reasonable Rates W M WILMORe PRO Qradyville Kentuckyr yy J 1 I l r j v 4d t L J4 t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEwS COLUMBIA KYft ct f t tr I DECEMBER 13 1905 FRANK CORCORAN M J METCALFE Corcoran MetcalfeMANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN t HIGHGRADE MAR BLE AND GRANATE Cemetery work of allki Trade from Adair and joining counties respectfully solicited See us before you buy Main Street Iiebanon enttte1ty Lebann Steam LaundryLEBANON 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 work will be neatly and promptly executed M TO THE TRADE I handle FrstClass Buggies Surreys and Wagons at my place of business Jamestown Ky I also handle all kinds of Farm Implements such as Cultiva tors Empire Corn Drills Dearing Mowers and Binders etc etc PT =L1 TITLES can be found at my Warehouse the very best brands of Fertilizers namely THE HOMESTEAD REED AND GLOBE My stock of Field Seed is complete My prices are as low as the lowest and satisfaction is Guaranteed Give me a Call J fie PHEliPS Jamestown Ky MI SnCARPETS RUGS LINOLEUMS lVIATTINGSIIAND DRAPERIES 524526528 WI MarketSt LOUISVILLE KY it as iuiA Hobson FURNITURE WALL PAPERnCOOK STOVES CEMENT LIME DOORS AND WINDOWS GREENSBURG KENTUCKYn THE PJTTERSO14 HOTELi No better place can be found than the aboveITnamed hotel It is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied with the best the market affords Feed stable inpconnection tT B PRTTE SON Prro tJRffiESTOU1Nu HOME PHONE 3189 CUMBERLAND PHONE 3454A py Greenef a in FURNITURE CARPETS RUGSaMATTINGS STOVES RANGES 425 to 429 EAST MARKET ST Bacons Old Store LOUISVILLE ELY DILLER BENNETT CO try pie MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS INlaFURNITURE CHAIRS ftlAND MATTRESSES LileKBETyIn 4 TELEPHONE 1872 for thentr j CU H CQcI higJit Sons Co ble V ir N FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS AND DRAPERIES the f f IGOR 4TH WALNUT ST LOUISVILLE K r i ksh i r f r i r RUSSElL SPRINGS Mr B F Vails has returned from Somerset Little Clara daughter of Rev Geo Dehart is quite ill ther pneumonia fever and bronchitis Miss Olza Isbell who has been sick for some time is no better this writing Lucian Richards h OlzasldMr Solomon Royse of Gentrys Mill was with us last week delivering fat hogs Bird hunting in this section is about over we think The large mercantile building of J E Suow is progressing rapidly We understand is to be completed by January 1st Mr J D Grider has exchanged his beautiful cottage and livery barn for the Sulphur Spring- farm owned by T L Humble Tomp insville Mr Grider vi remain in Russell Springs till tl close of the Academy next spi ul Prof A A Hatfield has returned from Albany where he went to engage a music teacher by the name of Mary Ragland Miss Raglands home is at Cook viII Tenn but she was educated at Nashville She is an efficient instructor of broad experience We congratulate the Academy for having engaged such a lady for this department STATE DEVELOPMENT l VV e talk much about our ural resources and we invite the world to come and live us because we have good air good water and good soil an good timber and coal and iton the groundin oth because God has generous to the land Well t1 truth is the land was really rid er when the Indians held it th is now and the water was Ju good the air was just as par and there were more forests ai and more iron and coal th there are now For that matt I there are undeveloped regions South Aii erica that have man advantages even over t great and varied natural adva tages of our State This program of inviting setI tiers is a program of sheer de imPlies1thewealthcre ation for it takes no account little account of the part that men play in making wealth Within reasonable limits it mat s little what Nature has done for a country If you take anymen land in the temperate zone and welltrained men there theIby land will turn out to be all right What did nature do for Holland j is the most densely pop country of Europe and one of the most thrifty and ha Nature overflowed it witht the sea and man had to reclaim the very soil he lives on I kno part of our own country poorer natural resources than almost other part and yet the peo pie who live there make more kinds of useful and beauti things than the same number of people make any where else in America and more of them are rich or welltodo than the pea in any other part of the souYlwork And education engages as a part of the population as any other single industry andWe is as much money spent ont schoolhouses and their aqui ment and on libraries as is spent the equipment of any sin industry While natural resources count much the community where people are trained to profita industry is the community to which other men will go to hand ve they will go frqnl all parts world After the first pio near settlements are made it 5s trainedmen that attract men c 4 r xrW 7 ii m r Sp f If + i JSH tB rather than natural resources The right training of men is a better thing than the bounty of Nature itself Natue alone nev made prosperous States Walter H Page Ignorant people do not know develops sitsand do nothing until others who are better educated in science and industrial arts come in seize the available opportunities purchase for a pittance the undeveloped possibilities and thus become wealthy while the native population remain poor in the midst of surrounding natural wealthS G Heiskell The Peobpie are paying with hard labor improvedifiebrain and manufactured by train tbo 5 a day This is a tariff of 3 25 to 425 per day levied upon us by education We work at 75 cents a day to pay for a thing the makers of which get 4 to 5 a day for their work Super intendent Jones of North Caro IIWhatever development there has been of our mineral resources has yielded its chief wealth to capitalists and trusts from outside of the State while the origi Hal landowners the farmers of onlyalle CaspernddIf the Souths raw material were manufactured into the fin efished product it would make this knowen ath8 iiailev at poundetonidananget 500 to alirayyv a affairneS must be laid in the schoolroom North Mississippi Herald We all want Kentucky develop owen lenthe wealth of the state go to somorof richest portions of th state are passing into the hand- of Northern and Eastern Capital ists to be developed by educated from other states while theI of the work will be done ignorant Kedtucky citizens as day laborers Let our motto ever be KEN TUCKY FOR KENTUCKIANS and lets make it possible by educating the next generation according the demands of the age A Bad ScareIwSome day you will when you feel a pain in your bowels and I fear appendicitis Safety lies in Dr Kings New Life Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as etcfuls only 25c Try them YU1CfIWE ARE NOW READY TO DO ANY KIND Blacksmithing horseshoeing and wocd all kinds of Buggy Carriage and Wagon Repairing We are also prepared to apply kinds of new aII RUBBER TIRE keep a stock of the best material and re Work done at our shop is guaranteed iii depupCLARK PARSON 30gle lv Iam prepared to fix Pumps Tinwork Woodwork kinds of repairing a andallI Horseshoeing and g r gofvLOCATION TATERSTREETf WADRH EUBANKSx1 S i r tAx t H it1XM tjjrd lJ toi t t Uft t r 8 I COLUMBIA STEAM LAUNDRY TELEPHONE 43 Is Ourcustoyou Following are some of cur prices 12cPICUFFS 2c UNDERSHIRTS Sc to lOc DRAWERS SC to lOc SOCKS per pair 4c to oc HANDKERCHIEFS3c to ac NIGHT SHIRTS lOc l SHIRTWAISTS 15 to 25c l CHEiVIISETTES5c to 15c il COATS 25c WHITE VESTS15e to 25c PANTS 25c f it TIES3cto 5c BLANKETS25ct050cTABLE CLOTHS lOc to 25c i COUNTERPANES10c to 20c v LACE CURTAINS 40c to 1 FLAT WORK IRONED 5c per lb FLAT WORK ROUGH DRY 3c per lb IROUGH DRY FAMILY WASH4c per lb SUITS OVERCOATS CLEANED PRESSED i t Special arrangements can be made by the week for fam f i laundry ed in every tow- nHUET L BROS SHREVB Props4 COLUMBIA v L rPT JUlcar Painful PeriodsLife often seems too long to the woman who suf bearingdowndizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are takel1tin8 aliiyai Womens Pains 1 It quickly relieves inflammation purifies and enriches the blood condItions It Is matchless marvelo s reliable At all druggests in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER I SUFFERED CHEATLY 1 freely and frankly in strictest confid writes Mrs L E Clevenger of Belle ence telling us all your symptoms and view N C at my monthly periods 1 troubles We will send free advIce all my life but the first bottle of Car In plain sealed envelope how to dui gave me wonderful relief and now j beenDept t Chattanooga Tenn est vomans medicine in the world SL5J JlflIVSLHa1iJLN4YiUW12MMV1i K = eBEST CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR WiFE MISISTER OR SWEETHEART r this signIBy may know and will find ORESe- verywhere fThese lower prices qlfllcQl1s1derca than any oer Whether x you vose the purchase ci m chine or not there is much to interest moswomen at any Singer Storeallare cordially invited SOLD ONLY BY SINGER SEAN MACHINE CO L Il Dr OS Dunbar DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING oluinb a Kentucky rt k 4rs r t iL4- t 4 j5jjjjjjjjj i t SINGER S I a JN iURRELIJJR t iOFFlpHotel f tT tr I i i ji r i i t s ilj n iC t rdf1I 4uo t j q l1 ft r I C y tir r T I f 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLOMBIA KY DECEMBER 13 1905 1 ilae aai oltntYltw Published Every Wednesday BY TBE idairproty Newsfio I1 OOaTED = CHAR RAI8 Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered atttiie Columbia Postoffiee as second lass mail matter WED DEC 13 It 1905 is not our purpose to advi the editors of Democratic p pers in this state butto be plain we believe that many of them are allowing their prefference for United States Senator to carry them too far into the field of criticism of honorable opposition It is no uncommon thing to find some Democratic paper give vent to ugly insinuations against the supporters of the man in opposition to their choice The orsgans mainly trying to support Senator Blackburn are trying to make capital by denouncing tit State machine as they term- Frankfort e office holders at I pointing out the merits steadthen candidate they seek to find defects in the candidacy of the strongest opponent In justice to the men seeking this hi k and honorable position and fairness to our State official- some Democratic editors are go ing far beyond the limits of dis creetness and dealing in S sitions for facts Such rabid Democratic Journalists are making capital for the common f and fdr all the fuel they furnish will not get 37 minutes of gen uine consolation for it We re J r- j gret that Senator Blackburn a Judge Paynters ambition and suchmet a warm and we might truly Y sat bitter seems thatfightstakes his paline On the nor Beckham and quite a rtUmi ber of papers are giving aid to accomplish this end in trying tp bring the present State officials under the odium of political bo es Governor Beckham and all other officials have aright ke a position for their choice and b as powerful as their abili r will permit so long as thepublt good is not affected by inatten rtion to the duties of their Stations As men and as Pemocrats th have this right ar d whether th work individually or collectively is not sufficient to justify the charges made to bring them into dfsnotrand advance the into est of a certain candidate for United States Senator We do not believe in any small number of men dictating and controling the action of a political par ty neither do we believe in the attempted muzzling of men because they hold im and honorable positions pOne is contemptible and the oth er disgusting If the strenious editors who are ranting abputthe State Machine will trace the j political history of our party tin this State they may be led to beJ lieve that Senator Blackburn wfuld not probably be averse tot using a machine for a short while if it would guarantee his election and reflection Senator Blackburn has filled his stati with cr ditft himself andtb Kentucky He twllldb it again if elec zndso will eit er of his oPp4nett fWey rjly believe that the press is giving too much space to disrupting our party ihen in the very nature of things no good can come by arousing prejudice and heating epublica mind Before the electors we chosen was the time to kick ho medicrins a sand the next general assembly 0 wili administer it SA1 dt Yv r r 1 T 4 Mrs Mary Mabel Rogers of Vermont paid the penalty on the gallows last Friday for the mur der of her husband in 1902 Jus tice was slow but sure Her neck was broken Governor Hanley of is having a little cleaning done over in HOosierdom The delinquencies of the Auditor and Adjutant General have caused the Governor to order an invest gation of all the State offices The indictment trial and co viction of Senator Smoot for a- herence to polygamy by the i vestigating committee and a popular uprising of public senti followaby the appeal of of American ladies to cast him o of the United States Senate lies buried under the silence of indiff stintssThe situation in Russia gro Thengseems insurrection although M Wit still urging the necessity of time to bring about the changes the people are wanting It is a peopleegovernment but outrageous treatof intracibnopposition and excites unbridl ambition which in this case pornis to fearful conditions througho 1the empire Thee soldiers are re belling in many places and t exciteinlightsly won and dianion s are not secur for trifles To bring about free odom to establish just gOvern ment usually means fearful costs in treasury and life but wh oewon on the bloody field of haft are usually enduring oniThere may be a few to many dogs and rather than pay the tax some would kill off their canine but in the majority of cases the tax would be paid or the dogs give way to those who have none the barking tribe The protec tion for sheep lies in good wi fences around their pastures an the shot nPoheY with all dogs o6r manw ssfr wi pay taxpn his do and the man or set of men who thtoat dog will be presented at hen it meeting of the Lejarisla YilL4puiess rue their act ion when they find out the width of opposition It will beas broad andeyas ng as e Cumberland to the Ohio from the Big Sandy to the Mississippi forur the peopleo The Educational Improvement Commission of Kentucky has our unqualified endorsement in its effort to advance the cause of education in this grand old Com monwealth It is the purpose of this commission to establish bet ter schools in every district in the State and one of tlimostpoterit jwwers to bring about this happy state of advancement is through proper training of the tech ers which must be accomplished through State Normal Schools ifitwork is to be as broad as out lined in the minds and ambitions of the members in charge of this most important work If there ionm portance than another that should have the hearty and unbounded support of the State it is thee ltr cation of the people the making of good citizenship To do this the school is the main and most important agent and that agents worth is only equal to the ability fitness of its instructor To hawve r oughly prepared teachers we must have schools in which to i train them and these school should be established throughout the State State Normal Schools would prove in our judgment a great blessing and an investment that would redown to the good of allIWe want it distinctly unde atrongup Ld at no time have we intentionally discouraged its ever increasing strength and benefits This state Lan1our issue of last week wasTather had1not pen accused or found S it recklessly using the money of policy holders In our Judgme inseelante ught to have a policy a theutverer tom the unfaithful officials of the co panies that have betrayed t of trust the better it will tiwsie at asb rebeen turned on and gastly gr ttohe y ers every company are better by having their poli colIpanyskillful experts in the cond busffiess and a clear record gulleby t average Huti our opIn notheexposures ly made or that may be made In the future but rather advanced aft ofIits grafters The Presidents message to dolecuRit reveals some very admirable rec omendations He gives muc timely advice on the controls ofe corporations by theFederal Gdvi ernment and particularly those doing interstate business He advises that power should be giy en the Interstate Commerce Com rabsftion On the labor question he butIly showing that the great prin Jfin every e tween capital and labor and thatc the murderous striker is no worse than the brutal avaricious capi lalist whether h6 be the head of powerful corporation or coh ducting a private business hei message deals at length with child labor and the growing ten c denc and rapid increase of worn = Lenin industrial pursuits Both child labor and women in the orJ dm avenues of business he Pposes and calls attention to the serious consequences they will produce in later years basing his predictions of evil on the facts that the decrease in marriage and especially in the birth rate have been coincident with the e nhadcrease of women in the business world lIe states that already this is innovation on the social life of the nation He includes insurance of every description v tinder Federal regulation and con trol and giyes graft a square of blow in the face Hefavorsmer for promotion in Army and Na vy rather than seniority and recommends an increase in coast artillery and many other means are mentioneld to strengthen tHe fighting ability of our itQv mint Natealization lair s erne t jtouched with aplea for 1es ex action and more liberality with China He advises Congress to she immediately admit Indian Tem tory and Oklahoma jointly as a State and New Mexico andwzone as another He touches the tariff so lightly as to indicate that he is somewhat at sea on this great question but states posi do tively that he does not want any legislation oh this q s nfti o t dir Pt i Manytin his message Taking the en tire document one can only say it is a forceful plain statement touchtng on the most important ofrlyour country socially morally an i n d u s tr i a 1 lYIn a large measure it appears to us sound id logic and practible in policy aud Stock and Crops 000 DrtyGr mare mules for 200 and one two thanMurre eighte000 leR K Young sold A W Pedi go of Glasgow one sorrel mare for 80 one pair of yearling mare mules to Fount Pendleton for RaftYoung of Cumberlandcounty for 110 seven yearling steers to Willie Smith for 2c 2 head t RE Tandy for RE Tandy for 3860 one to Sam Breeding for tuct0 Shearer Bros for 75 o 0 o ITandy Young sold to Owen ardesty of Gampbellsville 9 eadof steers at 3c and 1on thee head and to Lum Christie 15 steers at 290 00 0 9fdySon E Tandy Son bought from Smith Nell 18 hogs for 10257 from Wm Moore 10 for 10890 hIcow from J A Neagle for 2850 They sold Smith Nell 24 eVes fr450 per head and 1 buck for 1500 ooo JP Hutchison and Basset Hurt left this morning for the Louisville market with 557 fine turkeys and 124 geese Tbo 0 mulesarforcifromeperihshipped a carlqad of cattle hogs ancl sheep took the Louis vile market last Monday Vt 0 0I t M9rrison Walker Co sot two lots oft of the property re ntly purchased from Judge W W Jones both facing the new street known as New Broadway L Walker purchased one for 300 and Alex Chewning the oth er for a like sum 000 Jo Wright of Lincoln county passed through Columbia Monday en route home with 11 head of Jacks and one Jennet which he purchased in Tennessee What a racket could be made if his entire herd should turn loose at one and the same time j o00 Mr S E Terry of this place has just purchased of Lee Bros Mexico Mo thegreat aged gelding Artist Rex said to be the best show horse that has made a campaign in the middle west in a gene Uon Artist Rexisa bay 15i thands high pretty as an op e nc shirtwaist arid swifts a hippie at a sum i r1 t hotel EWinade the cam igj j t the State md count fairs of the Mississipi Valley since d was weanling and has never been defeated having over 200 bluest his credit Mr Terry ill handle Artist Rex the fairs in Kentucky open vie summer and all intending com= petitors that are not prepared to about in the show ring Had better take to the tall and uncut mber Glasgow Times t 1r xN o irfi tfv J 1 r k BAND ENTERTAINMENT The Columbia Band entertainment given in the court house Monday night was a success in every particular not thedtime to time due from different causes over which it had no control yet a large audience was present which showed that the people of this section enjoy a good thing and are ever ready to aid andencourage that which tends to advance the interest of Columbia byIof music pointing out its worth to every community in no un theBandeasily be summed up in this language The hand is worthy the patronage and tendstoalikehelpfulefforts are highly encouraging and de encouragement pianoduets inlittlea taio every renditionsTheyoung ladies were appropriate and so perfectly rendered as to be enjoyed by figure ADDRESS ur A QUICKSTEP Camp SALLIE HANCOCK REClr1 lc 11 t v = MRS QUICKSTEP RECITATION The ELIZABETH ROWE- DUET MISSES HANCOCK I ir BAND Davids Apparition MABEL As In TIM E FLOWERS GROVER COLUMBUS c TWOSTEP Yoritown fr Kentucky BAND i THE AND O S H T Baker is in Louisville 1Dr J H Grady returned tp Mont celjo Sunday r Miss Mitchell visited in Colum big last sQr Was quite sick Sa urday Sunday Mrs Jo Jr has returned fro a visit to Campbellsville Everett Lester of Kendall where the first of the J O was quite sick a days last Miss Irene Yates of was in town Saturday Mrs W Grissom of Bliss was shopping in Tuesday rJi L Feese of Pellyton was in Columbia a day or so last Mrs Ella in Glasgowfpr r healthiBurkesville Herald Mrs GW and Miss Myrt Staples are in Louisville rrMrs C V Russell who bee sick days is improving Miss Sallie is the fam of Dr J H at Monticello Claud ana wife visited the otllr Braxton Massie a Mr of Cane Valley dropped a dollar in the box Satur 1 rayProfFJrI Scheidler the Wellknow piano is spending a few days Columbia Wilmore Miss Clara of are visiting relatives i Chicago E H and spent Saturday at their in Monticello Clyde Herriford of a 1ji 5jf 1IS r f 1 every one present Mrs Rollin Hurt sang two solos which received merited applause and thepiano duets by Misses and Martha Hancock were as good ever heard in this town The quartette by four young men received J such approbation as to call softlyandand bowed acknowledgments of appreciation to the audience The did its full duty and the pieces renedred were not and stir ring but above criticism spoke in no tone as to the advancement it is under the efficient training of their instructor Prof M F Lawrence who has proven his abiliIty as a band as well lished himself a gentleman in this com munityTo mind and makeup the most and most enjoyable feature of the entire programme was the effort of that sweet girl Sallie Nell Hancock whose voice was good and who so rounded the sentences and sentiment inhfrom saying God bless the little girl Her effort was worth the price of admission Rev Kasey in a few well worded sentences expressed the gratitude of the Band to the people and the people to the and then it was all over PROGRAMME OPENING REV RKAS From BAND SOLOMissouri NELL an91 t Miss NINA MARCUM GALLOP Fly Away BAND JSoto ROLLIN HURT Crackerjack BAND As Moon Rose OUT Boys BETSY AND MARTHA OVERTUREBeauty RECITATIONUncle and Prayer MISS ATKINS QUARTETTE Welcome The Flowers May CRAVENS Jo GRISSOM AND PICKETT BAND SOLO MRS ROLLIN HURT MARCH Old Home PERSONAL MENTIONI COMERS OE R II iMr this week Della week ifrsLouMiller and Coffey Dr week Mrs Russell few week Gradyville shoping T town MrE week Dixonis Staples has for several Field visiting sly Grady Callison family 1T Farris last tuner and tiGradyville 11- 1Mewra Duncan Cosby- iicBeath home vine Missed aniAmeUii Parrish BakeE F rendered Betsey as them Band several only good and uncertain making teacher as estab attractive clear accent sweetly help sweet alone Band Home Miss Sund little are visiting the amilof Mr C M Herriford at Bliss Prof Olie TaylrwaS in to see us extendE R Feese who has been employed on Union Station at Louisville re tturned home Saturday Mr J M Campbell of Pellyton was min Columbia Monday and his name is on our paid list SMr James Garnett wife and daughter who have been visiting in Corbin and Danville returned home Sunday afternoon Mr Jo Smith of Gradyville was in theColumbiasaid Mr BECookand fami ly of Neats burg left this Wednesday for Cali futore citizen and he and his worthy family will be missed from that section Pnsons from Middlesboro to this city last week on their sad and sorrowful mission of husband theYx1Mrv Ben Evans has jusfTreturned- from Atlanta Ga where he has been loadntheLmules and as a result of heavy shipment of the long eared annuals to that part of nthe country the prices on large mules has declined about 1500 per head whileM the small cotton pattern is oft about 10 The sews 100 1 tc Ir J1 yL 1 1 LL1 V TE I T T rH r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY DECEMBER 13 1905 5 l LOCAL NEWS Born to the wife of S C Neat Dec 7th a daughter Messrs iiSanders and 0 C Workman of Pellyton brought a man by the name of Cain charged with un sound mind and delivered him to the county Judge last Friday Attend the bazaar Friday afternoon and buy a nice present for a friend The Ladies Missionary Society of the Baptist Church will hold a bazaar in the courthouse Friday afternoon eec 16th and will set a 15c supper in the evening The goods will be on exhibi tion Thursday afternoon at Hughes Coffeys store Remember the date and be present If you want to make a friend a nice present see M Cravens stock of goods befoie you decide on an article Mr M Antle of Russell county is now a citizen of Columbia having re moved from his former home to the property he recently purchased from N M Tutt on Boomer Heights Mr Antle has built a shop and is pre pared to do all kinds of blacksmith and woodwork He comes highly recom mended as a citizen and mechanic Flying Dutchman L o opthe Loop and every other toy imaginable at Beck Stranges 42t Mr C R Payne left Monday for for Louisville for the purpose of pur chasing more desks and recitation benches and other fixtures necessary for comfort and convenience in the successful work of the LindsayWilson School He states that the prospects are such as to demand this and that every foot of floor space will be util ized Remember thatM Cravens store is the place for Santa to get the things that make children happy Rev W M Kuykendall returned home Friday from Gradyville Adair county where he has been holding a series of meetings There were five conversions and the church was greatly revived Gradyville has a fine lot of people and they know how to make a preacher feel good The attention giver to preaching was extra good all thiough the meeting The church is well pleased with their pastor Rev J P ScruggsBnrkesville Herald See the toy pianos wagons trunks etc at Beck Stranges 4r2t The Old Way No More It is a rare thing to find a farmer in this partof the country who smokes his meat Years ago the people all thought that it must be smoked to keep and be good and in carrying out that view the smoke could be seen pressing outof every crack in the smokehouse for three or four days just as soon as the meat had taken sufficient salt Bazaar at the courthouse Fridayaf ternoon and a 15c supper in the eve ning A Card of Thanks In a community and country likeours where everybody is willing and ready to give aid and comfort in sickness or distress it would seem a little out of order to tender thanks for same but regardless of appearance we desire trulyappreciateduring the sickness and death of our daughter It is a great consolation to know that we live surrounded by friends ever ready to go on missions of mercy and to show their interest in times of distress r Mr and Mrs J R JOHNSON For SaleIOne 15horse power Gasoline in good running order Come EngineII it run and get my price and L C McKINLEYI33t v Adair County DrugpIstsOtanizc The druggists of Adair county met at the Marcum Hotel last Wednesday and organized under the direction and ocia1tionare informed by Dr JN Page moo prevent the manufacturers of certain drugs from unjust advances in the price of their products and also to protect the people from the methods of irresponsible drug peddlers that often take in the j country As we understand it the prices of retailers are to be held to the minimum andtnus the people are to be the1quwty 1j Last week was ideal weather for butchering hogs and nearly every farm er is now through with that work R E Tandy and son shipped a car load of hogs and cattle last week that went on the Louisville Market Monday All parties owing us either by note or account are requested to settle the same at once We need the money WF JEFFRIES SONS There was preaching at the Christian Methodist and Presbyterian churches last Sunday and good congregations at a11I have a good stock of Christmas goods just what you want for the little onesr IM Cravens Prof ATTfrBallard and wife are now enjoying their home which they pur chased last Fall from Col L B Hnrt on Boomer HeightsS 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 I BLAIR Agt Your attention is called to the adver tisement of J H Phelps of Jamestown in this issue of the News Mr Phelps is a reliable business man and will give you good values for your money Read his ad Notice Four monuments thasoI9at 75 can now be bought at 60 fpur that sold for 25 now 20 one that sold at 80 now 65 When these are closed out no more can be had at these prices COAKLEY 4 SIMMS BROS farmer Hangs Himself Burksville Ky Dec 7J M Skip worth a prosperous farmer near here committed suicide last night by hang ing himself He and his wife had re tired as usual the night before and when she awoke the next morning he was missing He was found hanging toa rafter of the barn No cause for the act has yet been discovered ITo Whom it May Concern ISome one keeps circulating the state those who insure in the Farmers Home have topay every time xie company has afire IQ This state ment whoever by is a falsehood The Company never has norf ne ver can make but two calls a year January and July Ai N Wells GenMgr TcRiiitI1vC The furnace for the Christian church hasbeen delivered and it is now being put in position for use While some do not like furnace heat yetitis about the only way to get uniform tempera turein a large building The Jhqt air proposition will probably extend to oth er churches in the town and doubtless within a few months all of them will be heated by furnacesI Lumber Wanted We buy all kinds of lumber Money advanced on stumpage and lumber if necessary Standard Sawmill Co Campbellsville Ky B F Rakestraw Manager Taking Fresh Air Mr John M Campbell of Pellyton is now actively engaged in buying and selling live stock in that part of the county and within the last few pays has sold over 100000 worth of stock For several j years Mr Campbell has been engaged in the mercantile business at that place but tiring of confinement of the store he sold out to Mr Owen iPelly and now has an opportunity for active outdoor life which he enjoys Boys Waking Up IThe healthy sign that the future is bright when the young men of our town are willing to put their money in Columbia property It means that the future is not clouded it may mean vastly more but one thing certain the young men are moving in such a way as to make Columbia grow There WiU be more happy homes in this thrifty little city in 1906 than in any preceding year Notice All parties having claims aud demands against the estate of J P Miller should present same for payment properly proven as the law directs on or before Jan 1 1906 N B MILLER Executor 3lm SpringfieldVlio fiiI ftv r WATER WORKS NEEDED Again we call attention to the im portance of putting in water works and to do so as early as possible Withour present population and ratio of increase kept up for another year or so such an investment would bring good dividends to the holders of stol in a company that would furnish a good supply of water There is not a doubt as to this and the experience of other towns will clearly prove it Insurance rates have almost reached the prohibitive point and in fact quite a number of business houses are not insured simply because the rate is so high as to be a tremendous tax The business portion of Co lumbia may be wiped from the map at any time A little blaze on a windy day would soon pass beyond the bucket power and leave a heap of ashes only to show our folly The excess in present insurance rates over what they would be if we were able to fight fire would almost pay the interest on an investment sufficient to pay for a good supply of water Add to this the convenience of water for every house and the many ways it would be utilized and you will readily see the importance of this prop osition Aside from the above water works would give our town prestige over any other small town in Southern Kentucky and would prove a drawing card toward expanding our borders The only way as we see it is to form a company and put in a plant sufficient to supply a town of 3000 people When this is done and water turned on no one would want to sell his interest The deep wells would soon cease to be at tractive and within two years it would be hard to find a family drawing water from a well It is a serious mistake to delay this and we male this appeal to the business people of Columbia and and will prove our faith by our works if a move is inaugurated to accomplish it A Good Woman Gone Mrs Eliza Cook succumbed to pneumonia at the home of her son Mr George Cook of near Columbia last Sunday morning at 7 oclock Forquite awhile Mrs Cook had been rather feeble and severe cold developed pneumonia which soon terminated in death Shehaid nearly completed her May8thMrs Cook was a member of the Baptist church and a consistent Christian lady whose influence will live on though her life has ended She was married in 1344 and her husband Mr George Cook died in 1873 Since that time she has made her h 9 me with her son George Three children survive John CooKof Dallas Texas Thomas Cook of Illinois and Gao Cook at whose house she died Funeral serefces were conducted by Rev JP Scruggs Monday at 10 oclock and the body was laid to rest in the family burying ground in the presence of many friends and relativesSA good lady has to receive a rich reward fora faithful Christian life The News extends sympathy to those who realize the loss of a mother Use the Big Stick There was evidence of much whisky on the square last Saturday Right Such conduct does jipt reflect good on the town and the Marshal should be prompt to act If a few arrests were made and heavy fin enterel against some of the boozers whetherold or young it would prove salutary Too vigorous a policy in dealing with those whoget drunk aud disregard the peace and dignity of the town cannot be legally administered The severest pen alty for such conduct will be mild enough and that administered to every offender indiscriminately The nearer the Christmas holidays the more preva larit and defying will be the conduct of many who indulge in drink and the determination to hold such conduct to the minnimun ought to assert itself through the proper channel of rigid prosecution It 13the supreme time for alertness and gameness on the part of the town Mar- shaL The Board of Equalizers Touched Up Values The town Board of Equalizers con sisting of Z M Staples L B Hurt and Horace Jeffries finished their work last Thursday and it is g Ilyblieved that they performed their duty fairly and impartially When they went into an investigation they found the value of all property d at 291 000 and when they completedtheir work it footed up 377006 THe difference however was not all maBein increasing the valuationjof property listed as quite a number had failed to list their hold ings At any rate the judgment of the board raised the assessed valuation nearly 50000 above that given in by the many who own property in the town There are however a few who claim that theyhave been unduly raised but humanity is hard to please even though confronted with tangible evidence that their property is increasing invalue f r tg tz j F M RAZER A Native of Columbia Dies at PUddles boro the Interment Here A VICTIM OP TYPHOID FEVER 4 The people of Columbia were grieved I and l shocked last Thursday afternoon I uPon hearing of the death of Felix M grazer a man who had the confidence I and respect of the entire county I of Adair He was the oldest son of I Thos Hand Dollie Frazer arid had I been an active business man since he I reached his majority At one time he I was engaged in the mercantile business iin this place and when not employed in I an avocation for himself he was en I 5Heof October and had led an exemplary life from early boyhood When quite a young man he was happily married to Miss Mary Lee Cravens and to themt five children were born three of whom h are living Olie Will Ed and FranktThe funeral services were held at theiPresbyterian church Friday forenoon conducted by Rev W C Clemens asssisted by Rev J P Scruggs The church was well filled with relatives and friendsin testimony of the high esteem in which the deceased was heldtTo the widow and three sons this corntmunity tenders its deepest sympathyo THE COLUMBIA SPECTATOR SOLD The Columbia Spectator was sold last week to Mr L S Stapp who took postession last Monday As we it Mr Stapp will not spend much time In the office as his business in other lines will require his constant watching This is Mr Stapps first venture in newspaper work and while inexper iericed in its varied ups and downs yet he is a progressive business mmwho believes in advancement in making the country better in every particular and to this end he wi doubtless direct the aims and efforts of the Spectator The political policy of the paper will remain as heretofore giving its support to the advocacy of Republican principles Since misery is said to like company we are compelled to extend the hand of friendship and good will to the new- nt9prietorof the Spectator and we delsire to say that in the fuiure as in past we shall transcend the limits of due courtesy or take any unfair means ofsecuring business even though the lifeof the News should be at stake Now Mr Stapp aside from t political chasm between the S and the News we can see noatbroadr why the forces rif your side a hererits to ours j should not u industrial growth of this little city and all work as never before to bring united action and good results The News welcomes you to the forces behind the the press Is it coming Many of our citizens v recenthused Oyerthe prospects of la railroad being built through the county The proposed road will begin at Stanford and run byLiberty and Columbia to Scottstille a nceQfone hundred miles Mr 35FAllen of Cincinnati the prospect or showed us many reliable as evidence of his co nctionwith com panies in Boston New York Atlanta and Cincinnati who have sufficient money to pack the enterprise These companies have sent Mr Allen hereto inspect the conditions and make reports He left this week to report at Ci cn nati He claims that the survey will begin in 30 days and that if the coun ties will give the right of way and a reasonable donation the road will begin in the early spring Mr Allen states that this county is abounding in many valuable minerals which will bring a road here if devel oped He has several specimens of ore secured in different parts of the coun ty which are rich in zinc lead coal gold etc He assured us that this is noschemeto fool the people but that these companies were in earnestand will start the enterprise as soon as the arrangement ca n be made jCasey County News Jl lfr i Cash a Necessity The Somerset Journal gave a short history of the Somerset Commercial Club in its issue of the 5th The Journal says that the club was organized in 1903 With 80 members flourished for awhile and accomplished good but ni one eventful night it was literally talkl edtto death Jfre entire amount of monex colfected was 3675 am out of that amount the SeCretary atOl holds sio iq the credit of tife club Now the failure in oUr judgementas not due tofthat eventful night When it was literal talked to death but to the cheapness of the organization A membership fee of 500 for 80 members wpuldhave started it oft with 400 and put the club in good working order and with that much cash to start on and a small fee for each month if woukOiave survived many eventful nights A pommercial club can do but little without money and cannot survive tong talk or no talk 1 r1 d Itt- r Df44A yz It jik tr 7 Always in the Lead BECK STRANGE Carry the largest line of STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES in Columbia Their stock is always Freeh and Complete which coupled with courteous treatment and prompt deliveries make them headqu- artersSNTCLUS Has secured headquarters at his place and the assortment of toys and useful Christmas presents is the largest to be found in town Call and see uswe will county you BECK STRANGE Grocers Dont Drink While several days yet intervene be ween the present and the Christmas we feel that a little caution o the young men who read the News s not out of order Christmas week is usually spent by the young people in- ocial gatherings in making merry and enjoying life In our judgment this is all right if properlv conducted but if a man thinks he must have whisky o get the most out of such occasions he takes the wrong step mars his happiness and that of his associates It does not make a man happy it does not recommend him to the good will of right thinking person The fact is- hat it stimulates for a short while then impulsesjshort while and then it cows and subdues self respect It fires the worst of passions and leads to deeds of untimely end There should be no more incentive for celebrating Christmas with a drunk than on any other day of thanksgiving and rejoicing Young men should remember that every worthy station in life is worth an honest soberefort and cannot be obtained and enjoyed otherwise They should remember that whiskyMas brightIproofIwholets italone The social drinkmay ead you or your friend to a drunkards reOr a culprits doom Letitalone Go through the coming Christmas with out the smell of a drink arid you will be better and happier Meet the Necessitiesof the Hour jAfew years ago there was ah at tempt made to organize a commercial club in Columbia but like many other things it fell by the wayside and was devoured by indifference There is notI a man in Columbia who would not like to see business grow arid better condi tions brought about but in these days of active business m th94J1f such changes are realized they must e ac complishad by organized business methods j In political battlesY in reform movements of every kind4 compact organizations are formed to press the work and bring results Without united and intelligent work we pan not hope to accomplish much Ibut united and xdetenriined many changes both alizearmuch toward bringing about many things badly needed in Columbia The proposition of putting in water works could be shaped to a successful end if we had a reallive organization Many little enterprises could be secured and larger ones encouraged and only take one night in each week if every public spirited citizen would join in the or ganization A country or town is just what the people make it Nature favors but few spots over her vast area It is map intelligent and determined who makes the waste places to blossom and yield fruit under the laws that God has I established It is man enterprising and game that builds the cities betters the towns and opens up the great arteries of com riierce Columbia is as old is Chicago enterprisingI OldFashioned Furniture Mrs J N Murrell Jr has a rare collection of oldfashioned furniture Among the pieces most highly prized are a writing desk and book case combined two high back rockers and a large four post bedstead made of cherry and walnut Her Design is to fita room With this quaint and wen preservI ed old furniture thathas served her anI cestryin ante helium days Messrs James Marshall and Melvin Blair were made Master Masons in the Glensfork Lodge last Saturday evening jndaeand ancient form The w1 building is now about completeand the above gentlemen were tfe firstto be l PGleoaforkLoc1chealthy growth and getting men order who will reflect c itfJDtbel r i f i T1TT f 111T 3 Sunday School Institute The Fourth Pastors Sunday School Institute will beheld at Louisville Ky January 30 31 February 1 2 1906 In 1902 there was started in the city of Louisville one of the most notable Sunday School movements of modern times a movement that has attention all over America viz A Pastors Sunday School Institute For four daysJeach year under the leadership of Sun day School experts we have discussed the work of the Sunday School from the standpoint the pastors relation to it and his consequent duties January 30th next we are to begin the Fourth Annual Session and it bids tfair to eclipse all previous ones We have secured for the faculty this year five of the choicest Sunday School leaders of America Mr Marion Law rence International General Secretary k and Americas greatest allaround Sun 1Iday schoolman Bishop John H Vin cent one of the originators of the In ternational Lessons and a recognized leader in teaching and pastoral leader ship for the Sunday School Hon P Hi Bnstow of Washington D C Super intendent of a Sunday School of over 2000 and a recognized leader in Sunday School work Dr Jld Frost of Nash ville Editor of the Sunday School liter ature of the Southern Baptist Church and an eloquent speaker Mr N B r Broughton Raleigh N C President of his State Association and now be ing considered for the International tIwork Surely with such an array of talent as this not only pastors but Sunday School workers of every class will be attracted in large numbers This without do ubt will be the greatest Sunday School meeting ever held in the South outside of the international con vention All pastors will be entertain ed and it is most earnestly recommend ed that Sunday Schools send their past ors arid pay their way The pastors will appreciate it arid it will be the finest investment you can possibly make II For Program and full particulars fI address Eh A Fox Louisville Trust Building Louisville Ky Wake UP Correspondents wake up to your duty and dont allow your community to go unreported in the current happenings of f the day We do not expect sensational occurences to be reported every issue7 neither do the readers of the News but all trades in land stock and crops and many other items will prove of in terest If no news in the field of hap i penings then speak a good work for i some worthy young people and aid them in the battle of life or equally good touch up the noble acts of those whose r battles of life are nearly ended Write and write interestingly and it will help you An Enterprising Mari Mr W R Myers is putting in a 90 horse power boiler at his mill and electric light plant and within a short time will have all the power necessaay to drive all the machinery in that part of town He furnishes power for his roller mill for the planing and saw mill and for the Columbia singletree factory very day and at night the1 electric light plant Heretofore 8Me trouble has been experienced for tie lack of power when two or more of the ti above plants needed to go at the same time but all this trouble is now PasS ing and the machinery will make a merrier hum and the lights shine brighter and more constant R Correction The announcement last weeks ianue of the birthdaydinnergin Mrs MaryS Cravens waa premature on our part It was the ifltention t Celebrate 1ii r t 80th birthday as mentioried in ttieKews but owing to the sickntes and death of Mr Felix Frazer her oninkw it was not doUe1Ira Cravens was at his bedside to administer as best she could The day was far different from what we reported Instead pf being one of lmerrimeDtanclre JIC it was one of We regret hay 1I0tCIfg 1 L Zt 4 lli V rSV J w t y j y S Tf FHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY DECEMBER 13 1905 I MILLIONS OF WHEELER WILSON Rotary nook Lockstitch 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 i as a circular buzz saw is ahead of a cross cut saw and for the same reasonthe Rotary Hook with its continuous motion admits of a greater speed and eliminates vibration so trying on the nerves SEND FOR BOOKLET R D COYCOLV7UrBIG KY II FZLTGLWER4r TAKE i A Gentle Laxative mod Appetizer C JVT Wiseman Son J6W6I6FS and Opticians DEALERS IN Diamonds and Precious Stonss ti andIWest Market bet 1st and 2nd Opposite Music Hal- lLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY VCtin6fU Surcou Fistulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any Surgical work done at fair prices Money due when work is done or stock removed from stable I AM FIXED TO TAKE CARE OF STOCK SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EYES S D CRENSHAW Vj mile from Columbia op Dissapoinliner NEW UNDERTAKERS SHOP Russell Springs KyII have just opened an Undertakers Shop at Russell Springs I keep ready for use all kinds of COFFINS ANDUASKETS r At J r which will be sold at stfort profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would r M to your interest to patronize my shop J E SNOW i AIYwxt ri 1 tk f Jc7t l BEATING INJURY CLAIMS The chief detective ofa great Southern railway system had ad journed to the smoking com partment of the Pullman fora final cigar before he climed into his upper berth He had just finished a job of clever sleuthing and was in a talkative mood which quickly brought the half dozen other smokers to at tention I suppose in the beginning I was supplied with as much confidence in human nature as the average man he began as he settled back into the cushions and put his feet on a chair bu after spending 20 years in find ing out just how much the truth- is stretched every time somebody sues the company for damage- for personal injuries there isntI much left of it I hadnt been wearing road gum shoes very long beforailI was turned loose on a case where a sixteenyearold boy wanted 100000 damages because he was deaf and dumb as a result of a railroad wreck I worked on the case for two years during which time the suit was postponed from one term of court to another until finally it had to be tried The sum total of allmy knowledge was that the boy hadnt spoken nor apparently heard a word for nearly two years On the morning of the trial I advised the companys lawyers to settle for 25000 which they offered to do The plaintiffs counsel refused the offer so the case was called The evidence was so com pletely onesided that the case would certainly have been fin ished and gone to the jury before night but at noon I had an idea I thought that if we had one more day something might turn up and aid us I conferred with the companys lawyer and at about the hour when the case was ready for the jury our lead ing attorney was taken suddenly ill The Judge had no alterna tive but to adjourn court until next day That night I went to the plaintiffs counsel and explained that we were ready to settle but wanted to make a physicalex amination of the boy first He hadno objections so we rented a room in the local hospital and took the boy there We put him upon an operating table around which were gath ered four whitecoated white whiskered men alleged to be eminent surgeons but in reality the companys lawyers After baring the youths bosom over the heart the chief surgeon grabbed an ugly looking knife and solemnly said Brethrent there is just about one chance in a hundred that the patient will survive this operation Are you willing to take the chance l ccWe are answered the othersThe words were hardly spok en before the boy let out a yell and cried For Gods sake dont kill me Then he snapped his jaws to gether and became dumb again but the few words he had saidI were mighty costly for him for his lawyer immediately threw up the sponge and asked for the dismissal of the case the next morning A few months ago a Buffalo woman who was known to us as a member of a fake injury syndi cate put in a claim for 50000 against us for alleged paralysis of all her limbs continued the detective She pretended that her spine had been jerked out ofl kilter in a little onehorse wreck down in Teimfessee I was positive that the womJ an was as sound as a dollar but I couldnt prove it So Iliad to move to Buffalo and camp on her L jf E r r s 1 it 4 trail Finally I managed to strike up an acquaintance with another woman who was on very intimate terms with the supposed paralyzed one I professed toe a member of a band of personal injury graft ers in Chicago of whom she knew something and I showed such an extensive knowledge of the gang that she believed me Of course she wanted me to meet her friend the paralytic the first thing and I was for it strong She gave me a very effusive letter of introduction and I start ed out on the warpath When I shetwas proped up in bed and was actito perfection When I sprung andswe were soon merrily discussing lour experiences in taking various of falls out of railroad treasuriesWhen I arose to go I suggest ed that her friends in Chicago might like to read a little note beiof days Never suspecting for a jauntilyloutno Then I sprung my detectives badge on her and she suddenly became the most active woman I ever saw She made a break for a gun but I pulled first and had her in a cell in less than an hour She was arrested not long ago in Chicago for trying to flim flam another railroad Growth of Telephony Speaking about long distance telephony C J H Woodbury said recently The toll line ser vice began with the line built from Boston to Lowell in 1879 and this revealed both the func tional possibilities of the telephone and the great many technical difficulties which have been overcome and in the space of 25 years the length of longdistance telephone lines has increased from twentyseven to 275000 miles But these lines are not to be considered as comprising all the lines outside any municipality as they can be attached to lines about 4000000 miles in length and radiating at these points reach to the desired sub scriberIWhen a person uses a long distance telephone a large amount of property is at their exclusive servicefor instance in speaking from Boston to Omaha as one business firm does ev ery morning the value of the fraction of line and apparatus at their sole disposal is at the present price of copper over 283000 while it requires the service of nine operators at the switchboards at various points along the o The Childrens Delight When you consider the terrible times you used to have in childhood under the inflicton of castor oil salts and senna brimstone and treacle and other ho rors you can perhaps appreciate the childrens delight with such a pleasant medicine for impure blood stomach or bowel troubles as Dr Caldwells laxa tive Syrup Pepsin Besides being pleasant to take it is unequaled by any other medicine in the wide range of its curative powers for nearly all childrens diseases Sold by Dr J N Page Co umbia and RB Wilson Cane Valley MARK TWAIN ON HEALTH Mark Twain has reached his seventieth year and has survived his seventieth dinner coming through that ordeal with sufficient breath and courage left to tackle an after dinner speech wherein he set forth the laws of health that he has followed to the successful attainment of threescore years and tenA Among them were the fixed purpose not to go to bed as long as there was anyone to sit up with not to getup until he had to not to smoke but one cigar at la time and then only when awake not to drink t t i t l a unless he could help others to stick to mince pies and other things in the line of diet that did not agree with him until they or he had got the best of it to take no exercise when tired and to beI always tired to live a severely moral life which like piety po ker and paralysis is an acquire ment and to be born poor The excellent feature about these rules is that vhere their observance has given to the world one Mark Twain and kept him itIwould be imitators And if the truth be told these rules which fit Mark twain so well would ne ver have done for Samuel G Clemens and of the two Mark Twain is infinitely the better fel lowHis seventieth birthday has passed but here is hoping that he live to see many another Louis ville Times c Justice Brewer on Religion Being only a layman and a law yer I think more of religion than of theology said Justice Brewer I see no injury to the cause of Christ resulting from the cooperation of all Gentile and Jew In this republic there are vari ous denominations but only one churchseperate States but only one nation dejnominations weakness of the church It is a great mistake to suppose that lawyers and judges are alone responsible for justice As well say that religion is the duty only of the ministers We might call a confederation of churches a Mutual Spiritual life Insurance Company Grafting is the citys horror the slum the citys shame ITurn the rascals out Fre only means turn the party out to which the rascals be long Successful reform means not only Turn the rascals out but beep them out The disgrace of corrupption is worse than the defeat of party Do not turn the peace move ment over the to Quakers alone As against the call for battle ships I invoke the united action of the church What the Editors writesIsaw week for cornhusking and ThanksgivingElizabethtown Mirror has been adding new machinery to its plant and it is now said to be the best equipped country office in all of Kentucky The Paducah Sun warns people down that way of the anti spit ordinance which provides a penalty of 1 per spit with po lice courts costs added that is if one expectorates on a Paducah sidewalkMayfield Mirror says that on last Thursday November the 30th the factories of the city including the rural and star route mail carriers celebrated Thanks giving taking the entire day for the purpose Leslie Hornbeck says the Mt 01 i vet TribuneD em o c ra t brought td our office Tuesday a sprig taken from an apple tree that contains several blossoms fully matured and as fragrant as those which bloom in the Springtime A clairvoyantandpalmist stopped here a day or two of this week says the Somerset Repub lican and a Yhto beat people out jbf a few dollars He called himself Harold Kivon The water got hot for him and he left town w c ili 4t y 4S L P ry Ai efj Comfort and Economy The Wilson responds so accurately and unfailingly to its dampers that when the room is once warmed by opening the draft wide you can set the dampers and maintain an absolutely even and healthful temperature with a WILSON VOOB HEATER it is just as comfortable in the farthest corner of the room as it is within a few feet of the heater This health and comfort IThe patent Hot Blast DownDraft found only in the Wilson consumes every particle of burnable elements in the wood thus giving greater heat with onehalf the fueln 1FSonsx COLUMBIA KY A IV v Buggies Phaetons Runabouts Surreys Iiii i7i WOODSON LEWIS V kGREENSBURG KY rV i Has a contract R = OQ during the ofI lie7K 1 prisestlower than ever heard of for cash M 7t IE Expects to receive a carload al E 7i most every week until all are dis i1 j posed of Come and see us iI 2ix jV 7i 7i 1 tr f57ixv a5c5iV 7j KYtitC JItjx jiVVWtIVVVtvIVV vitV VtVVttIWtttvw n i i it IN IN IN IN IN IN tbcfHSaium41otct t f IS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN Architecture containing 35 NEW NEAT AND WELL VENTILATED ROOMS It is nicely fur 4nrshed conveniently located and is the BEST HOTEL in Southern Kentucky Accomo dations equal to best city hotels Three good 4sample rooms for commercial men M H JVlarcuim Pro Columbia 434844444948448888844444 8444 44844844 f Fifth Avenue Hotel 4 FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS + LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 4 3 3 iaEFtE Refurnished d Redecorated and Remodeled AFirstclass tHotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale 4an3Retail Districts Churches and Theatres 2F1 CAMPBELL Manager 444WATCH OUR ADVERTISEMENTS ir r1t i1it r t rrc 2y y tr4 wI t Mi n I irfi of c r If rt 1 asr r J r 1 rjit t J J j t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY DECEMBER 13 1905 Old Kentucky Over 37000 Democratic Kentucky went Democratic over 37000 at the election Nov ember 7 And this too in the face of fact that a few of the wouldbe leaders of the party are fr crying disruption discord and machineThe vote of the Stateex clusive of 19 counties351090- The Democratic candidates re ceived 194064 votes and the Re publicans 157026 The Democratic majority was 37048 These figures are official In the returns above set out the following counties did not re port Bell Breathitt Carter Clay Clinton Estill Gallatin Jackson Jessamine Knott Les lie Lyon McGoffin Mercer Mor gan Shelby Spencer Todd and WoodfordThis last year gave 90 Democratic majority Since the Republican vote has materially decreased and the Democratic vote correspondingly increased in the recent election in these counties it is safe to estimate 3000 majority in this territory which would make a Democratic majority of 40000 in the State In addition to this splendid showing and splendid endorsement of the Democratic State ad ministration the Democrats will have a thebLegislature on joint ballot than in many years The rank and file of the party through the length and breadth of the Corn monwealth with one voice has given its endorsement of the Democratic administration de spite the carping of certain mal I contents and disappointed office grafters The splendid majority rolled up for the Democratic nominees shows this Nothing t more eloquent could be said no- thling more appreciative could be than the splendid vote of confidence which the Democrats 1aye the people of Kentucky have given the administration of Gov J C W Beckham and his able corps of assistants t A Happy Home t is made perfect when perfact health j reigns within its doors This is best in i sured by always keeping Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin on hand and father mother and children taking a few doses at the least sign of stomach liver or bowel trouble Always relieves and cures Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia and R B Wilson Cane Val leyIIn Memoriam Mrs Charlotte Epperson died on the night of Dec 15 1905 She had reached the ripe old age of 88 years She had been a wid ow for 43 years Her husband Wm Epperson died of typhoid fever in 1862 A grown daught f er Mary died the same year Mrs Epperson was the last of the Wm Bradshaw family Two daughters and a son preceded her to the Home Land and a son S A Epperson and two daughters Mrs Sallie Holladay and Mrs James Holladay survive her She was a member of the Pleas ant Hill Christian Church and the oldest living member Mrs Epperson was a noble good Christian woman She had not been able for many years to attend church but lived a devoted Christian life During all the years of her widowhood she had been blessed of having good child ren and grandchildren to minis ter to her wants Her son S A who has been so faithful and devoted to her all these years has manifested a true Christian spirit iI and no one could show more ten der affection and devotion to a mother than he has The funeral was preached by J F Barger ZT W tc I 4 Many Uses For Eggs I The uses to which eggs may be put are many aside from their employment in cooking A mustard plaster made with the white of an egg will not leave a blister White of an egg beaten with loaf sugar and lemon relieves hoarsenessa teaspoonful taken every hour An egg added to the morning cup of coffee makes a good tonic A raw egg with the yolk un jproken taken in a glass of wine is beneficial in convalescence- It is said that a raw egg swallowed at once when a fishbone is caught in the throat beyond the reach of the fingers will dislodge the bone and carry it down The white of a raw egg turned over a burn or scald is most sooth ing and tooling It can be ap plied quickly and will prevent inflammation besides relieving t the stinging painIOne of partIlyinItflameddistress Four eggs taken in this manner in twentyfour hours will form the best kind of nourish ment as well as medicine for the patientA egg is one of the most nutritious of foods and may be taken very easily if the yolk is not broken A little nutmeg grat ed upon the egg a few drops of lemon juice added some chopped parsley sprinkled over it or some salt and a dash of cayenne pepper vary the flavor and tend to make it more palatable when taken as a medicineThe of a raw egg is the most satisfactory of pastes and is better than any prepared mu cilage or paste one can buy Pa pers intended to be put over tum blers of jelly and jam will hold very securely and be airtight if dipped in the white of an egg M Merron in Colmans Rural World Better Late Than Never it would of course be best for you to be so careful about what when and where you eatas never to suffer from any dyspeptic or bowel troubleBut- if you do slip up and begin to suffer the consequences of indiscretions in diet it is better tobegin then although late to look after your digestion At this stage of the gam the best thing to do is to take Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It is a pure digestive tonic and acts on both stomach liver and bowels curing permanently and without bad aftereffects such danger ous diseases as constipation billious ness dyspepsia headache dizziness etc Try it Sold by Dr J N Page and R B Wilson Cane ValleyI Ferocious Eagles The story of an eagle attacking a boy near Gsteig in Switzerland has brought to light many records of these birds even attack ing grownup person In the spring of 1898 a postman going his rounds in the neighborhood Sospello in the Riviera was at tacked by an eagle and so serious ly injured that her died a few days afterward In the village of St Martin Vesufia in the same district an eagle swooped down upon a brood of chickens close to a cottage door One was pounced upon and the infuriated mother hen seized the eagle by one of its wings and was dragged along the street for several minI utes the noble bird being unable to rise Huge Task It was a huge task to undertake the cure of such a bad case os kidney dis ease as that of C F Collier of Chero kee Ia but Electric Bitters did it He writes My kidneys were so far gone I could not sit on a chair without a cushion and suffered from dreadful backache headache and depression In Electric Bitters however I found a a cure and by them was restored to perfect health I recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guaranteed by T E Paull druggist price 50c J ulv EDUCATIONAL Contributed by the Educational I m pro em nt of Kentucky A EATHERS IDEAL FOR HIS CHILD The best the world can teach him he shall know The best his land can give him he shall see And trace the footsteps where his father trod See all the beauty that the world can show And how it is that freedom makes men free And how such freemen love and serve their God Edward Everett Hale THE TEACHERS PART The greatest thing a teacher ever brings to a child is not sub jectmatter but the uplift which comes from heart contact with a great personalitySearch I THE STATES PART It behooves every Southern State that inaugurates an e duca tional campaign in favor of bet ter schools to inaugurate at the same time some movement that will provide for the better training of teachers The untrained teacher is the most expensive part of our present educational system It must never be forgotten that the teacher is the real cen ter of all education not the place where school is kept A larger view of educational conditions in the South must convince anyone that an awakened sentiment in favor of better schools must be intelligently directed Expert educational leaders are necessary But those leaders are yet to be trained Southern Education IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION Education has gotten into politics Every state platform has an educational plank The churches of our land are taking it up It places us at the front of the century and the question is what will you do with it Ev ery great leader our country has ever had has seen the importance of an education for the coming generation George Washing ton the father of his country gave property for educational purposesEducation moves the world Education takes the wild rose and transforms it into the Ameri can Beauty Gods great work has been building up man Stop the schools and see what will happen The printing presses and transportation will cease by degrees and the world will come to a standstill An engine will be running along and the en gineer will die at his post There will be no one to take his place So it is Where would the world be today if it were not for educa tion Chancellor J HKirk landThe people have a right to the priviliges of an education and it is the State to guard and maintain that right Constitution- of N C- The General Assembly shall by appropriate legislation provide for an efficient system of corn mon schools Does it mean good school houses beautiful grounds uptodate equipment and poor untrained teachers for the great responsibilities resting upon them lOur state is out of debt our are in favor of progress No one would have Kentucky be hind the other states of the union educationally We are upto date in most things but unfor tunately statistics show us some what backward in education Here is the position of Kentucky as given by the U So Education Commissioner in 1903 as com pared with the seven bordering states with respect to native white illiterates over 21 years of age beginning with the least illiterate percent Illinois Native White J Illiterates 28 Ohio II 32 Indiana II 44 Missouri U 54 W Virginia V 107 Virginia V 122 Tennessee 141 Kentucky 143 The position of Kentucky when compared with the same states wite respect to amount appropriated for the professional training of public school teach ers is also LAST and the others come in exactly the same order as above What does it allmean Eoes the Training of Teazhers payThe Kentucky Legislature meets in January 1906 If you have any convictions on the sub ject of State Normal Schools you should at once notify your Representative and Senator as to your position in the matter They represent you and want to do your will Christmas Gifts Woven wool packets shaped like a bolero New importation of French jewelry mostly in green colored gilt making it look quite antique necklaces of all designs pendants and quantities of small mirrors to hang on chains Beautiful theater bags of bead work some with metal tops and some drawn with a cord through a casing also coin purses and handkerchief bags of beads Safety razor guard to be at tached to any razor Dainty pin cushion tops of sheer muslin hemstitched and ruffledwith feather stitching on the hem and above it Quaint little Dutch maids hold ing an egg between them for holding flowers Plain glass trays with wooden rims Window and door fasteners Just the thing to put in a traveling bag A glass jar with paddle for making butter in small quanti tiesBroad gold braid made into belts with bone up the back and gold buckle in front Some new quaint designs in Dutch silver ornamental and use fulTable sets of linen center piece plate tumbler and finger bowl doilies some handworked others trimmed with lace each set matching Innovation necktie holder made in a long narrow strip of of small brass wires A box containing two hat pins with several different kinds of heads which can be changed toJ suit the hat A clock that does not require winding but once a year or long er Beautiful set of lace chemi settes agd cuffs or half sleeves which could be used in making handsome blouses with a great saving of trouble Many beautiful candlesticks of all kin 1s some especially attrac tive in goldbPaper blankets sanitary and very light Shoe shiner nickel plated fas tened to the wall It has three lasts for men women and child ren Nickel and leather fobs with college and society emblems on the ends or initials of brass and nickelEverYthingimagenable in linen and worked in English eyelet embroidery No Secret About It It is no secret that for Cuts Burns Ulcers Fefer Sores Sore Eyes Boils etc nothing is so effective as Busklens Arnica Salve It didnt take long to cure a bad sore I had and it is all 0 K for soreeyes writes D Jf Gregory of Hope Texas 25c at TE Paulls store ti t i1r Yr r GOTO 1 EL HUGHES COal123 E Main St Louisville KyiI THE I Quickest Shipper Of i Sash Doors i Iiand Blinds I IN THE BUSINESSL j r Xii IwIHEI D KINGf r I INCORPORATEDI f f l r LADIES AND MENSINOT 0 631633 W Main CLOAKS St ETCINEW YORK OFFICE 43 Merchants who may want to see Mr King LCXX XXXXX X DxThe man who lays his savings by The future views with cheerful eye t The habit of saving is praiseworthy and should be cultivated If you have not already done so open without delay an account in the SAVINGS DEPARTHENT OFi The Louisville TrustSouthwest Gorner Company Fifth and Market s LOUISVILLE KY Iwhere your savings will draw compound interest and grow into a fund that will serve you well in years to come For a very small sum you can rent a Box or Drawer in the Fire and Burglarproof Vaults of that companythe largest and strongest in the city where yov can place all your securi ties and valuable papers secure againsl all loss by fire burglars accident or carelessnee It is authorized by its Charter to fill every position of trust that can be held by an indi vidual and the security is much greater anybusiness To Tobacco Shippers We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobaccogrowing sections that we are not connect ed directly or indirectly with any other ware house or warehouse company JWe conduct a Strictly Independent Tobacco Warehouse Comm ission Business C A BRIDGES CO Props PICKETT TOBAGCO WAREHOUSE LOUISVILLE KENXUOF I rDo You Want aH J HOMEF we can furnish you oneany kind you want We 1 Uhave for sale a great variety of farms dwelling houses business houses and business propositions 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 are willing to invest and any other pertinent information I We have farms of all sizes character and prices and we are certain to interest you if you are pn the market A postal card will bring you one of our printed I66ntral Kentucky Real Estate om listsI DR JAMES MENZIE8OFFICE PHONE 35 Columbia Ky OSJEOpffflIY azninationirea sit Office 1 rc f 4 i1 iif M J1 j t iiJ 1 J tt 0S 1 tJrt 111tr o r pfC mTc v8 n W r i 1T ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY DECEMBER 13 1905 hj 3 t ll CORRESPONDENCE ADAIR AND ADJOINING COUNTIES GRADYVILLE 4 a Geo H Nell and J H were in Greensburg last Wednes day J W Walker wife and chil of Joppa visited the family of J A Diddle Saturday night Lee Taylor and Austin Wilmore were in Columbia Saturday C 0 Moss was in the community of Weed last Saturday trans acting business Mr G T Flowers took down ten of the feathery tribe last Sat urbay afternoon Miss Bess Walker student of k the M K High School of Col umbia spent Saturday and Sun day at home A Hunn passed through here Thursday with 8 or 10 impored jacks from Metcalfe county Mrs Julia Baker returned from Lisletown a few days ago and will remain with her daughter Mrs Clem Keltner during the winter months t Rev and Mrs G Y Wilson at tended the missionary meeting at Esto last week and reported an interesting meeting Mr and Mrs Sam Thomas visited their relatives at Gadbert 0ry last Saturday and Sunday Eugene Nell returned from Horse Cave last Wednesday where he had been on matrimonial tour for a few days J F Pendleton bought L C Hindmans crop of burley tobac 4 co for 5 cents per pound ThisI t t crop is considered one of the best in this sectiontMiss Mattie Smith had an order last week for a pair of turk 4 eys to be shipped to Nashville Tenn Fine fowls as well as 1 fine stock willsellWhen ad vertised in the News 2 r Mr J J Hunter was in thea Keltner community last Saturday looking after tobacco Misses Mollie Flowers and Ina 1 Hulse students of the L W T 1 School of Columbia spent last e Saturday with Mrs C 0 Moss of our city Mrs C Wilmore and her1J granddaughter Miss Clara startded Monday for Chicago where they will spendseveral f weeks visiting relatives J H Caldwell one of Port 1i pint sold Smith Nell one yearling mule for 8500 and a nice bunch of sheep at 400 per headpMr James A Keen sold last week to J A Diddle a nice span of two year old mules and three head of cattle for 30500 Rev G Y Wilson fillled then pulpit at the Methodist Church t here last Sunday and delivered a t1 very interesting discourse Mrs Nannie Purcell of HarSJ dinsburg spent several last week with her sister Mrs C Wilmore of our placetJNell Nell popular merchants of this town will open a general store at Sparksville in a few days Mr Eugene NelLwill run1 the businessSDr J H Grady of Monticello formerly of Columbia was visit ing his brother Thos Grady at this place one day last week and informed your reporter that he was highly pleased with nis new location We are satisfied that the Dr will do well wherever he- maygo having the reputation as f jj io a physician that he has Success to you Dr- Notwithstanding the wet weath er and that accidents may hap theihgames day a son of Mr Geo Wilson of playingd a 1 Sparks resulting in breaking his leg just below the knee Anoth ther case in this community was that of Mr John Wilson spraining his foot He has not bee able to do any manual labor for several months Dr S A Taylor was called and set the broken imb Your reporter has two boys that takes a great deal after their father in regard to playing baseball both too lazy to play We certainly encourage them in their laziness in this respect Mr J H Smitn bought las week from A Hunn three youn mules and one saddle horses bes ever came down the pike forJ about 400 It goes without say ing that Mr Smith is certainly a judge of good saddle horses Your reporter called on our efficient undertaker Mr Henry C Walker one day last week and re quested him to give a statement l of the deaths and the different kinds of diseases that takes our people off which he granted and believing it would be of much in- erest to the many readers of the News During his few years of experience in the business he has furnished four hundred and fifty coffins and caskets Deaths 11diseaessuicide 2 billious fever 3 enlargement of glands 1 inflama tion of bowels 2 cancer 3 shot drowned 1 burned 1 kidney disease 7 heart disease 15 gen eral prostration 2 scarlet fever decayed hip 1 broken limb 1 stomach trouble 2 loss of blood female trouble 3 rheumatism of heart 3 erysipelas 1 spasms bad treatment in asylum 1 3 vaccination 1 com plications of diseases 1 la grippe 12 stomach could not take food killed by lightning 1 eczema abortion 1 congestion of bowls 2 congestive chill 1 cholera infantum 1 appendicitis 1 rupI ture 1 from injuries received inI2 spinal trouble 9 145 child birth 5eropsy 23 stomach trouble 13 typhoid fever 33 pneumonia fever 36 old age 11 chronic dia rrhoe 3 larengitis 1 measles 6 bold and hives 1 brain fever 7v paralysis 15 epylepsy 6 mem croup 8 scrofula 5 born dead 9 fell from chair 1 cramp colic 5 pleurisy in side 2 blood oison 2 summer complaint 13 flux 2 killed with a knife 1 ul cer on arm 1 rising in head 1 worms 4 diptheria 2 whooping cough 10 disease unknown 12 prostration 2 remittent to 3 JOPPit Bird hunting and hog killing to be the order of the day Mr Oliver Willis has rented farm of Mrs Cattie Willis We are glad to welcome Mr Willis and family into our idstV Miss Blanche Stotts and Edv Staples were visiting Miss Emma trange last SundayIJZion Sunday School is in good condition at present Zion and Pleasant Hill have run a regular Sunday School and the results are they have sent out some nice young men Last week while spending a few days on Boomer Heights I was in the houses of Messrs Horace Young and Ray t Conover two of the Pleasant Hill and Zion boys Miss Cary Cabell of Dunnville is visiting relatives here Master Arther Holladay of Columbia visited his sisters here last Week Mrs Mary Walker and Mrs Margaret Yates Mr Ben Powell is in very fee ble health oras Mr OWen Young and Miss Emma Strange attended church in Glenville last Sunday Prof R 0 Cabbell has had LI very bad attack of the grippe for the past week Garnettnattended meeting at Zion Sunday ESTO Corn gathering is over consequently the birds and rabbits are having a serious time lOur little village is quite a Atshopthardware store and saw mill At present there is quite a number of logs being hauled We also have a dry goods store church school house and four preachers Our school taught by Mr Mont Richard will close next Friday H C Bottoms QbPhelps two steers for 1700 of Bill Cook two steers for 2000 of Ores Barger one heifer and one steer for 3100 Eld F G Barger has bought 4 eighteen month old mare mules and 2 eight months old mare mules from different parties in fromII111closedmeeting There being quite an able body of preachers present Bro Goodman had secured homes Ittoof the neighborhood was sadly disappointed in not having some of the preachers and their estis mable wives to entertain E Wolford and wife have IA to this place Eros Barger returned from Louisville last week KNIFLEY Heavy rains unpleasant weath r and high waters the past few days A fine milch cow belonging ton Mrs Lyda Perkins died last with dry murane Mr William Slaughter return ed to his sons G H Slaughter last week from an eight months visit to his children and near rel atives in Pulaski county Mrt Slaughter is 81 years of age and very active for a man of his years Aunt Polly Christie is confined her bed at her daughters Mrs H Baxter dtIe to the in firmaties of old age If she lives untilnext March she will be 86 years old Mr Sam J Curry and wife left for Texas the 5 inst to make it their homeinDied at his residence near Dec 6 Mr Geo Jones consumption Born to the wife of J E Sta Nov 25 a son Rev W A Grant will preach at the Parnell Church Saturday afternoon and night before the second Sunday in each month Mrs Rettie Hancock is visiting her brother B F Tupman at Edith this week D J Bowen our saw and grist n iJr r jt 11 rii mill man has put in some ne repairs and is getting all the won he can do in both grist and ti berMr H R Spurling of Manns ville was visiting his daughter Mrs L R Chelf last week Mr J H Tucker moved last week to the farm he bought of Mr Goode Hobson Co put in two new spoke lathes in their shop las week fDr J C Gose made a business trip to Columbia last Wednesday ELI The farmers are about done gathering corn Miss Vina Polston and her son MtF Mitchell Upton have bought a nice lot of fur in the last few days Walker Wilson Sons the famous fox hunters of Wilson town had bad luck with their last Saturdays race The fox run in the ground and the boys determined to have him dug all day Sunday but finally had to give it up as a bad job The Rev John Thomas and wife are teaching a Bible School at Coffeys Chapel this week Cornelius Stephens Harris Bros will be ready in a few days to start with their raft Andrew Foley the great sa millman has his mill in running order at Eli aIfarming without fertilizer thi year has decided to use it next yearThe great moving picture show conducted by Holder Stephens will be at Salem School house Saturday night The Russell Springs Lodge of the 1 0 0 F that was organized the 6th of last May with six members now has 18 attained to Scarlet degree and others in lower degrees Our mail service is a great dea- better since the new route ha up from Eli to Faubush RUGBY Revs Whitten and Winfrey are conducting a series ofmeet ings at Mt Pleasant and muc good has been accomplished Miss Effie Gaston was visiting in Gradyville a few days ago W R Royse and wife visited the family of Wm Breeding Columbia last Tuesday Messrs F A Strange Ruel and Buel Shive and Dallas Firkin attended the spelling at Greenbrier last Thursday night Mrs 0 A Demunbrum who has been visiting relatives near place has returned to her home in Illinois Mr George Jesse and Miss Lula Yates were married at the home of the bride last Sunday Rev T J Jesse officiating Mrs Amanda Harvey is visiting her son T J Harvey at0 Breeding J M Shive was in Columbia Thursday Misses Eula and Hattie Breed g of Columbia and Miss Mina Breeding of Breeding visited relatives here last week GKDBERRY The house of Mack Hurt col ored was destroyed by fire last Tuesday The fire is supposed to have originated from a defective flue I Darnell Bros purchased the Dan Campbell farm considera tion 250 The new residence of Mr Wm i t1o g A 1 J J iri tf t completionlc thmsinging at Chapel last Sunday afternoon Ida the little daughter of Mr and Mrs R T Gadberry has been quite sick for the last few daysAlvin Bennett who has been in the west for some time hast returned home to spend the win ter months EDUCATIONAL EDUCATION AND PROGRESS The education of allclasses of people is the best means of promoting the prosperity of the South Robt E Lee Japan is today the most striking example of what education can do for a people Fifty years ago Commodore Perry of our own navy induced the Mikado of Japan to open his country to the commerce of the world for Japan had hitherto been a hermit nation At first she mere ly endured the presence of West ern ideas then she began to ad mire and later decided to em brace Very early she recognized that her people could not appropriate the Western civilization without general education As a result we find that in 1903 90 per cent of the children of school age were in the grammar thwU S Commissioner of Education shows that less than 50 per centIof the children of school Kentucky are in school educationsone most effective military weapons and each private in her army is assured of promotion if rhe becomes expert in any useful knowledge This in very large vonderfullrecord Her complete mastery of san itary conditions in camp and on the field is attested by the fact that from May 1st to December 1st 24642 cases of disease were handled by the sanitary corps of climatesseverer of Japan only 40 deaths This marvelous showing attests the scrnpulous regard the Japanese soldier has for his body hahs out expansion without regard to the training or wellf are of the common people while Japans mai energies have been devoted to the uplifting of the whole mass of her people And this is why the little island nation has the great empire on the run HunterTHE AND THE FARM To become a successful farmer requires a broader knowledge of facts and principles than is re quired to become a successful banker A few years ago P G Holden a public school teacher in one of our northwesternstates introduced some studies bearing upon the increased production of corn As a direct result of the intelligent methods thus evolved the value of last years corn crop in the single state of Iowa was increased 30000000 Our educational system is doing little to build up country life We need to develop a branch of our educational system which shall be especially helpful in building up our farm homes our farming and rural affairs and country life generally Prof Hays in Review of Reviews Public schools may be made to contribute far more than they do to the dissemination of knowl edge that will build up and mainI tain prosperous agricultural communities In them should be- taug4tto all children the elemen tarysciences that relate to agri 2 fi culture This can be done in a way that will make instruction- in the English branches of greater interest while at the same time it gives to those who from chore would follow agriculture as a calling a broader conception of its requirements To those pupils who may pursue other lines of work the teaching ofnatural sciences wouldnot Tbe without fenefit TRAINED TEACHERS NEEDED But how are we to reach coun try life and uplift it except through the school room And how shall we reach it in this manner unless we send to the ofsKentucky trained teachers who not only know what to teach and how to teach it but who are filled with an inspiration to buildup the State by building up the common people Such teachers will work a revolution in farm ing in gardening in everything Why can we not have them We shall have trained teacher s as soon as the people awaken to the fact that to make our com mon schools efficient as the Con stitution of Kentucky requires those who teach our schools must be trained in profession of teaching the as well as educated in the branches to be taught Kentuckys hour of opportunity is now at hand What will she do with it Will she make general education by trained teachers the dasis of her future villdmasses growlnf citizens to come up oldregime with untrained and in some instances even uned cated teachers The action of the next Legi lature will answer this question IIbut remember that your Rep and Senator REPR SENT YOU and if you believe vie should make an advance ste JurIl sound basis it is your duty o write to your Representative anjd Senator and express to theii your conviction in the matter f What are you going to do about it Adair Circuit Court J R Sanders etc PHi Vs Order IItMary A Sanders deceased appear be MasterCommissionerJIon or January 15th 1906 anti from their claims against said decedentk estate and this cause is now submitted to said Commissioner to receive and myhandnthis December 12th 1905 2t J F NEAT C A C C Louisville Live Stock Market CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 3 25 t t 75 Medium to good shipping steers4 251 50 Choice butcher steers3750 4 25 Medium to good butchers3 00 3 50 Common to medium butcher2 50 3 00 Canners 1 1 50 Good to choice feeders 3 25 3 75 Common to medium feeders2 50 5 3 00 Good to extra stock steers 3 00 3 50 Common to medium stock steers2 25 2 75 Good to choicestockheifcrs2 50 2 75 Common to medium stock beifers1 75 2 25 Plain light mixed stockers 2 00 2 50 Good to choice bologna bulls2 50 3 00 Medium to good bulls2 00 2 50 Choice veal calves 6 25 6 75 Common to medium calves4 00 5 00 Choice to fancy milch cows 350094000 Medium to good milch cows25 00 30 00 Plain common milch cows15 00 20 00 HOGS Choice pack butch 200 to 300 lbs 5 00 Medium packers 160 to 200 lbs 5 00 Choice lightship 120 to 160 lbs 4 85 Choice pigs 100 to 120 Ibs 4 85 Good pigs 80 to 100 Ibs 485 Light pigs 50 to 80 lbs 4 85 Roughs 150 to 500 lbs 4 a 4 50 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 50 4 00 Fair to good 275325 Common to medium 2 00 2 50 Bucks 150y2 SQrt Extra stepping lambs 6 000jC 50 Best butcher lambs 5 50 6 00 Fair to good butcher lambs 4 50 5 60 Common tail end lambs 4 008 4 50 Iam prepared to fix PumPs Tiiiwork Woodwork and all kinds of repairing a specialty C J Horseshoeing and Blacksmithing I am prepared to do your buggy repairing on short notice LOCATION WATER STREET WADE H EUBANKS t rr