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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r4r g fr I t Hlwj- j t e f r t 7 t t T unIt to n aJiH t tVOLUME 9 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAI JANUARY n woe NUMBER 10 i Directory i POST OFFICE J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days 730 a m to 830 P m COURTt Three sessions a year Third andMondaythird Monday in September Circuit JudgeH Cf Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A Huddleston- Sherut W B Pattcson Circuit ClerkJ F Neat First Monday In each month COUN rr COURT Judse Junius Hancock County Attorney G P Sniyh- eClerkT B Stilts Jailer A WTtrtar Assess JrG W Pike Surveyor W M McCubbln RShlbnSchoolSnDt Coroner C W Rowe CITY COUR- TMaYoICapt W W Bradshav Judge AttorneyGordon Montgomery Marshal f r CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN BURKE3VILLE STREET ReV W C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool at 9 m every Sabbath Prayermeetinsc every Wednesday nizht METHODIST BDIUCESVILUS STREETRev A R Kasey pastor r Services lit 2ad and 3rd Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST pastorGBEENSBURFirstand third Sundays in each School every Sabbath at 9 m Prayermeetin Wednesday night CHRISTIAN PlKEEld A L Oder pastor inServiceseach month SundaySchool every Wednesday night L m Prayermeeting LODGE 1l MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A MRegnlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night full in each monthon or before the moon Gordon Montgomery W M E G Atkins Secretary COLUMBIA CHAPTER R A M No 7 meets Friday night after full moon SAM LEWIS H P Horace Jeffries Secretary COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month E G ATKINS T L T R STULTS RECORDER JtJtL Hotel AND Restaurant W N Brlnton So- nProprietOJS5 lnicli at all Horn 10C- OMFORTABLE Ntf- J ROOMS The trade of Adair and adjoiLing t couuties solicited LEBANON KENTUCKY f JAMES TRIPLET DENTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY IOPFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK w E Ile tep DENTIST I I Jamestown r Keotucku I am DreDared to fix Pumps Tinwork Woodwork and all j kinds of repairing a specialty Horseshoeing g and Blacksmithing Jam prepared to do your buggy I repairing on short notice LOCATIOEWATER STREET f WADE H CUBANKS 1YV ivt reirT xtt FpIIra ilk AMEALMAKEH COB SMASHER A New Grist Mill Installed near fu banks Shop MR WILL H WILSON ENGINEER Some time ago we ann uncc d that W H Wilson would put in a corn mm and crusher deriving power from a a gasoline engine We now take pleas ure in stating that the plant has been installed and you can get your corn made into meal while your horse is hitched to the fence The machinery was all put into position last week and the first corn mashed Saturday Mr Wilson is located on the branch near Eubanks shop and is convenient for all who wish to patronize him His power- is derived from a six horse F irbMorse gasoline engine that works to perfection He is not only prepared to make meal but has an untodate crush er to prepare feed for stock We can not see why a mill of this kind should not be kept busy all the time and it is freely predicted that it will meet with a most liberal patron age Mr Wilson has had several years experience in a mill and is therefore thoroughly prepared to give the best results Lively Business The Produce firm of Grinstead Co located on Happy Street this city under the management of Claude Hobson has been doing a thrifty business for the last few days in the poltury and egg line Last Friday morning a ship ment of 3150 dozen eggs and 2500 pounds of poultry was started for the larger markets This firm ships direct to New York The above is about an average weekly shipment for this sea son of the year but within a v short time the trade will pick up untilit daub les in value As little as the peopl think about the poultry business yet it is one of thegreat money producers of this section and beyond a doubt brings in more money than any other product that goes on our market Getting Wealthy Mr J G Sublett of Cane Valley was in Columbia last Thursday in re sponse to a notice received from the Board of Supervisors which was in session at that time and whose real desire to advance the interest of this sec tion can not be questioned Mr Sub lett faced the quick step of advance ment in the best of humor and felt happy in the thought that he had un conciously entered the path that leads to wealth and within the last two years his holdings had been advanced 1700 He was not lifted out of his boots as the old saying goes but jnst a few taps put under his heels The truth is the aforesaid gentleman stands for imprpy menfS believes in advancement and re joices in the onward movement of our county and especially in the expanding activities of Cane Valley The Home Coming Week under the auspices of the Bouisville Commercial Club will bril oldbKentucky home thousands of Kentuckians residing in different parts of thee country This ingathering of the thousands who have gone from our State will be one of the happy events of the year and those who make the visit back Jo the old State will meet the friends of their youth who have lingered round the scenes of childhood and also those who have gone to other- parts Mr T S Nelligan district manager of the Woodman of the Worldis in Columbia and already has enough mem berspledged to make a good lively camp and still the work proceeds The Woodmen of the World is a fraternal insurance order and has many attractive features All who join now Deceive special dispensation regarding admittance fee The outlook here is very lattering ior the order many of the young men joining t Rev Wm Wamach died athis- last home Sunday night in the Gentrys Mill country He was a member o the Masonic order and was buried today by the Egypt Lodge Mr Wamach had reached a good old age being over 70 years old He was ja Baptist inister- 1andwhi1enotJ educated man yet served as best he could in his day He waS also an old soldier t The was nearhis home I W r 7IMr BF Maya ofK Store is visiting Mr R G Price this city YV 4CAF 3rF h y N 11 OOlUMDid it 50TH 1 5 preparatory School to Central University of Danville il KentuCkYIjSPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS PREPARING FOR COUNTY AND STATE CERTIFICATES T iClasses in Shorthand and Bookkeeping al ready in progress New classes in these Branches be organized at the beginning of next term IiViII IN OF t THE 1 H Born to the wife of Al Myers Jan 15th a son The Ladies Aid Society of the Christ Prices at two p m till notes and accounts are due and must be settled If not settled at once you nwj exoect repeated duns and state ments W L WftLKER BALE 30 head of cattle 21 9 Stears and fat also 4 five year mules 3 mares and 1 horse CAMPBELL BROS KY CIRCUIT COURT Judge H C Baker rtlasL Monday and gave rigid to the grand jury to all in of the law and not to fail to indict any one who is proven guilty of law We did not hear hiS charge but have been told that itcovI ered every phase of and the jury witli the of their position and action i GRAND JURY l und ley G B Smith feW lierrm J H Tucker Sam L iahksr Harrison Moore T O Jesse Bryant TW Luther PETIT JURY The the two panels of the petit jury 2TE White MW Shirley Mack Coomer Claud Callison Jas Suddarth JR Gaskins Porter Flowers J White HX Taylor IL Tandy W BI Dulworth C C Ambros B W Reed Botto T B Grant HP a Goo TL P Conover 4 t r Js iti a Irct j 1rj 1t i q Jj f0fF Monday was first day of Circuit Court and a large crowd was in town Busi ness in every line was active and espe cially with the News We thank the many whose names are on our paid list and trust that others will realize that it is their as well as their duty l payJ W F Jeffries Sons have recently made valuable in their elegant business house A new count er showcase and shelving may be the fullfilling of a new year resolution or the result of but from the increase of their trade and the rap id growth of their large stock of hard ware it appears that pressure force the At any rate th change greatly the appearance of their store asJ well as adds to its Our first snow this winter found the b wood as of the young folks at the at Flat rock Mrs J4 M Shive W R were t at W B the grocer r was here J Mrs ha s be y for few days of i t i i t rrv j s J tr4J Music in of C iwho as a of Music has notand few in this section of the State COMPETENT TEACHERS EVERY DEPARTMFNT II SCHOOL illl IiiJNO W FLOWERS Secretary Ii L PoseionWednesday IFOR X3REELSBORO convened instruction investigate fractions breaking misconduct impressed importance EENell Foreman fiiGrfe Letchery Montgomery Brockman foyowing gentlemen comprise RGifriceWEFraze rA stiiiPleexJ privilege improvements necessity improvements improves convenience RUGBV people usualSeveral tended exhibition Wednesday ndfe Royse visiting friends Breeding Friday Lyons drummer Wednesday Amanda Harvey tht Department charge Fredric Ohlenmacher Teacher superiors equals II I without 44 N iPERSONAL MENTION ITHE COMERS AND GOERSx f Al Myers returned to Lebanon Thurs day rF M Robertson was on the sick list last week IMrW R Myers was in Monticello Mr W A Coffey was in Louisville last week T Gowdy of Cariibbellsville w dhere Monday Mr R FRowe of AmandavilIe was in town Monday Miss Mattie Johnson left for Louis ville Thursday morning Miss Pearl Breeding of Vester waS in town shopping Monday Mr J D Sharp of Amandaville was a caller here last Monday Mr A Bj Gowdy Campbellsville is visiting relatives in this city Mr Horace Bohon Lincoln county spent a few days in this city last week I Miss Effie Dohony Cane Valley is visiting Miss NoAa Powell this city Mr Johp Eub nkofane Valley gave assurance of his good will for the News Monday JI1 Craddock a traveUng salesman of Nashville Tenn was in Columbia the first of the week 1 Mr W G Mckinley of Eunice was in town Friday and seer matedover climbing values R chi11 r J air 1 thJr t t raNR s Ir calledhomeson returned to the Capitol city last ThursdayMr Montgomery and sister Mrs Epperson of Ozark were visitin their mother Mrs Rachel Montgomeilast weekCasey News resentingasCo was in Columbia a few days ago adjusting matters with those whose fancy demanded lithograph work Messrs J H Caldwell J W Thomp son and W S Hindman of Milltown were in Columbia last Friday looking after the advancement of real estate in their section of the country Mr R L Caldwell and Mr Phil Shir V rell of Gradyville called last week renewed t for the News and the parting r words were i Let her come we cant do without the paper a Atkipsleft this morning for the enchanting izeNewmanyywinters JN MURRELL JRn DENTIST g COLUMBIA KENTUCKY L L OFFICE Gorner Room Marcuia Hotel V Sf v 1 oj 1 ykK 1 r i IrHr fk L f 11 iYT It 1 it1L l a t ffK tr J irL j i t 4 JBE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 17 1906 J MILLIONS Of WHEELER WILSON Rotary nook Lock Stitch i Sewing Machines have been sold during the past half century affording gratification ilndsatisfaction to the ill iiusers i The Rotary Hook is as far ahead of the shuttle as a circular buzz saw is ahead of a cross cut saw and for the same reasonthe Rotary Hook with its contin i uous motion admits of a greater speedand eliminates vibration so trying on the nerves SEND FOR BOOKLET PD COYoo LATHY B IP KV FEELING LitJ4IThis Monthg7 i TAKE Act I 1 A Gentle Issative I And Appetizer C M Wiseman Son Jewelers and Optician DEALERS IN Diamonds and PiwiniK Stones Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line No 132 West Market bet 1st and 2nd Oppo site Music Hal- lLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Winery Sown l 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 mile from Columbia on Dissaroinlirrri Bf UNDERTAKERS SHOP w = Russell Springs Ky J have just opened an Undertakers j Shop at Russell Springs I keep ready for use all kinds of COFFINS AND GASKETS which will IDG sold at short profits Give me kicalland be convinced that it would ke to your interest to patronize my shop tt J E CNOW tj I I 4tiI jp i f t 1L PORTL7ND Christmas has passed away quietly 1905 is gone but will ever be remembered The health of this community is good at present Jim Cadwell was at Gradyville the first of the on week business R L Davis visited the family of Dr J J Booker one day this weekMr Lewis Compton visited the family of Mr Cris Jones at Exie one day this week Miss Starlight Smith of Columbia has returned home after an extended visit to Mr Alfred ParsonsMrs Emily Burton visited the family of Mr S D Caldwell during the holidays Mr W C Yates and wife visited friends and relatives at Gradyville one day this week Mr T E Waggner and wife visited friends and relatives at Columbia one day this week Mr J W Townsend and wife of Milltown visited relatives here during the holidays We are al ways glad to have Uncle John and Aunt Sena with us John H Caldwell who has IMr at Carrollton Missouri for a year returned home Christmas He is looking well and says Missouri is a fine State The social given at Joe H Cadwen s was enjoyed by all presentMiss Mollie Cadwell entertain ed quite a number of her young friends during the holidays Virven Compton Rollin and Rufus Caldwell ent ered the M and F High School Monday Mr R L Davis sold his crop of tobacco to S D Caldwell at satisfactory prices Mr Jas Caldwell and Bros have a very large crop of burley tobacco for sale If you want a nice medallion give your picture to Alfred Par son of this place he certainly knows his business If you have any furs for sale bring them to Lewis Compton he will pay you a good price for themMr George Henry Squires en tered the M and F High School at Columbia Monday IWe gladly welcome Mr Frank and wife to our community We hope they will be well pleas ed with their new home which has everything to make life hap pyMr Robert Walker of Mexico and sister Bess visited their aunt of this place Xmas Robert looks well and tells many interesting things about the people of Mex icoA new baby f at R L Davis Owen Diddle Mr Bob Smith of Columbia visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Frank Cobb lost a very fine young mare Saturday night It is supposed she was shot vhile in pasture If you want a good machine to drill wells call on Mrs Etta Cad well Portland Wishing a prosperous new year to the worthy Editor and every reader of the news D1F2IG0 v Notwithstanding4ie season of the year the health Of the com munity is very good J M Campbell and J W Mc Clister transacted business at Columbia last friday 0urmercIianurM Clisterand- Pulliam are Jiaveing a good trade now iMiJton P91st l 11 PiiJY1 of1 kt f tfiri tl Lit flf t tj Amandaville visited Hiram Stotts last weekSMr J W Campbell who has been sick for several days last week has about recovered Mr 01 McClister Gadberry visited his brother J W Mc Clister this place a few days last week Our mill men are doing a fine business They are rapidly con verting the timber into lumber most of which goes to Nashville markets As Dirigo is a new place perhaps some of the readers would be glad to know where it is It is on Harrods Fork near the old monument one of the grandest natural scenes in the commonwealth Although a new town we have one drygoods store a PostOffice two saw mills and one grist mill in operation and another to start in the near fu tureParker Myres and family who have been citizens of this community for the past two years removed to Sparksville last week Stotts and J G Camp ILandyeach erecting new residences nere here They intend to occupy by early spring Shelby Royse our uptodate photographer spent several days last week in Cumberland county 4 Scoffers who doubt that pray er is answered when the petition is made in the right spirit may now take a back seat for a most convincing example occured here Sunday night Some days ago a prominent gentleman in town repreI and inconvenience He search ed his office thoroughly the home and everywhere he was likely to have misplaced it but no note came to light He final ly gave it up as lost Sunday night he and his good wife at tended the Methodist church aud something in Rev Vaughahs splendid sermon reinspired their faith On reaching home his dovnifind that note and I believe the Lord will answer it She there upon knelt and sent up an elo quent and fervid appeal to the Great White Throne and they bothretired comforted to a restful and peaceful night the first they had spent since the note disappeared The next morning the gentleman went to his office and unthinkingly walked straight to the place where some old pa pers had been stored and picked up the lost note It was in an out oftheway place where he would never in the world have thought of looking for anything so valuable He is confident it was inanswer to his wifes pray er that the Lord so quickly and unerringly directed his feet in the right direction Harrods burg Herald GLEN ILLE Miss Minnie Willis is quite sick Mr Charley Walkup passed peacefully away Saturday the 6th Cause of his death was pneumonia V v Miss Annie Collins is very sick with typhoid fever Miss Fay Cane Who has been sick for quite awhile we are glad to say is improving r Gontia Blair and Yelmer Aritle made a flying trip to Lebanon Jai the 6th Eli Strange opened his winter school at this place Jan B f Melvin E Blair sold John Chapman 9 head of hogs for 3f centsp r pound Miss Sallie Thomas of jJeffiKN sbiiyillev Indl ivisitingitivesbJll fIh v sn r MKM j D ij 4L4tf hodJ 1 Y1q t f f J i L 1 in this community On Dec 31st at Dr WMIBlairs quite a number of met Miss Blairs brother and niece who live in Texas and a most excellent dinner was pre pared Mr Stephen V Wilkinson i who has been talking of buying property in Columbia has about decided to stay on his farm at Glensfork He has erected a t very desireable woodhouse T F Conover being the boss car pentertMr L J Wilkinson is making Ii an addition to his house when itI is finished it will be almost good as newiMrs Mary L Wheat fell the other day and fractured her col ler bone She is slowly improve ingLittle Miss Clara and Mattie Blair visited Mrs Phelps Saturday evening H K Taylor has erected him a new blacksmith shop in this town He is equipped with a new set of tools so he is ready to do your work when you call on himThe Masonic Brethern have fin ished theirnew hall at this place Mr Willie Garnett who has been very low with fever is im proving slowly On Dec 20th there was a message come to Mrs Etta Wilkinson stating that her brother Mr James Wilborn was dead He passed peacefully away at YI and a number of sorrowing rela JiV1edabout 18 years of age He has belonged to the standing army about 20 years and was still a soldier when the Death angle called him home We know we shallnever see him on earth anymore I hope we will meet him on that beautiful shore where sad partings come no more What the Editors Say all what is the differ IIAfter the Winchester Sun Paynter is as good as Blackburne and Blackburn as good as Paynter Democrats according to the Winchester SunSentinelnever know about anything until after it is done and then they raise a howl about it State press publishing state ments of interior towns bank ing institution showing all to be in a most prosperous condition and declaring dividends on stock The Maysville Ledger would like to know if there isnt one man in the Kentucky Legislature who has nerve sufficient to intro elecItionThe Stanford InteriorJournal says that because of the resigna tion of 0 G Harrison of the McKinney Deposit Bank the di rectors would be glad to Communicate with a good sober reliable man to succeed him Owingsville Outlook says the prohibitionists will have a hard fight when they attempt to vote the sale of intoxicants out of Montgomery county and es pecially in Mt Sterling Owensboro declares against Judges of the courts mixing in politics The Judge who will drag the bench into polities says the paper will not mind the statute on the subject Voting satacost of 600 per the Grayson Tribune regards it as a piece of economy to let the machine which hash doing the counting for the 2 000 voting precincts fcontiiiue hg waituntillit slips va cog which is bound to Wrecki itI Zri i d if ll fci 1 e J 4 1 4 J 1b Iv irr cfT Jj JJl f A i r COLUMBIA STEAM LAUNDRY 43IIs now in operation turning out firstclass work Our customers are all pleased and we are sure to please ISHIRTSCOLLARS t CUFFS f 2eIIK UNDERSHIRTS Sc to DRAWERS 8c to lOc SOCKS per pair 4c to 5c I 0 5eI J SHIRT WAISTS15 to 25c j CHEMISETTES5c to 15c M Mif PANTS25cTIES3c to 5c OefCOUNTERPANESlOc to 20c LACE CURTAINS40c to 1 FLAT WORK IRONED 5c per lb FLAT WORK ROUGH DRY 3c per Ib jROUGH DRY FAMILY WASH4c per lb SUITS OVERCOATS CLEANED PRESSED arrangements can be made by the week for fam Out of town agents can leave their laun IfSpecial BECK town 2 STRANGES Grocery store Agents want i EROS SHREVE Props U COLUMBIAKVa4 t r = wI IV1IVI VWV J V V Nl 7iIisSI1 Buggies Phaetons Runabouts J Surre ys J kJi 1 wJ v ifvIWOODSON LEWIS i 5 T GREENSBURG KY t us jIE Has a contract 500Tehi rl esduringthe 7iE iE to sell tE 1 Q the season and will sell at prices lower than ever heard of for cash ilic Expects to receive a carload al Emostevery week until all are dis V v7R posed of Come and see us 7i1 17v 1 7iz 1 J I7i i j17i Nitro The greatest agricultural jJscovmrv 7iE V7iI 5alfalfa on almost any soilj Write for catalog 5 7i 5and full information 7i 7 I WOO DSO1 IE1IS GREENSBURG Fl1 I7i Ii 7i iV VI V V V V IN IN IN IN IN IN 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 DEHLER BROTHERS 116 East Market Street LOUISVILLE NTUoR Carry all Heights in Stock r SEND FOR vTT CATALOGUE ur4c I I AND PRICES SI II II I i e L EUW09D FIELD FIHCE STANDARD STYLE MAE IK SIX HEIGHTS a W To PYNE PREST FRED W HARDWICK SECTY TRES vi TeYNE MILL 3Dd SUPPLY 60t ESTABLISHED 1361 INCORPORATED 1889 l iJ MILLWRIGHTS AND MACHINISTS 1 Builders Of Flour Grist CeI ntMnls PistiUeries arid Rock Crushers ALLJ KINDS ROIllTLYtJ MTENDEQ Jobbing Work cg Solicited New and j SecondHand it MACHINERY I f i Sheet Iron ahd r AA lank Work No 1iOIflhIkTHEETU and MAIN ST S LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY l fj f Pif KX iWxYrf fi r v f dj tjjt 1if fr IrtoWaJr 1 rv f ihfil JiI to ft t w JifJ1ft1lp i I i j t J J f l1J I 1 li Irw t f1 Z 6 t t Z If i J I THE APAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 17 1906 THE DODGING PERIOD changeofscantier until they stop Some women stop suddenly The entire change lasts three or four years is the cause of much pain and discomfort which can however be cured tibytaking wE CARDUI Womans Refuge in Distress irritabilitymIserableness willbringbuild up your strength for the rest of your life Try it At all druggists in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER Pat aside all timidity and write us freely ud frankly in strictest confidence te tui all your symptoms andtroubles We will send free advice Ifs plain sealed envelopo how to AdvisoryDeptChattanooga Tenn EVERYTHING BUT DEATH I suffered writes Virginia Hobson of Easton Md until I took Cardui which cured meso quickly it surprised my doctor who didnt know I was taking it I wish I had known of Cardui earlier in life THE BUSY MANS LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville tste Louis and Southwest I IS VIA Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway 4 HENDERSON ROUTE PULLMAN SLEEEPR fREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Special Roundtrip Homeseekers Rates to Southwest and West first and third Tuesdays January and February 1906 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mex ico on sale daily until April 30 Limit to return May 31 1906 firsttASK US FOR RATES J H Colleger L J Irvin Traveling Passenger Agent General Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 4 + t I GOTO I i E L HUGHES CO i 123 E Main St Louisville Ky mTHEr Quickest Shipper OfJO SashI I Doors0 ii and Blinds t IN THE BUSINESS N N N n I Fifth Avenue Hotel tEiEiEi1I3i11 FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS T LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 3ttmfg EE X Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled AFirstclass ss tHotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale i TheatresIf Oi4+ + + + + + + N+ i 1 WHEN YOU WAN Job PriutingCALL THE NEWS i 1 ij WATCH OTJR DVEn ISE ENE i 1Y Jt 1J h Ji ilI f J r rrtfi ft N iL3r4iF c- v Ii f ir 4 Al I zOIS js Y-4 i kJ Uomaps I ealm Miladys PursegShe was an heiress and the purse She carried in her dainty hand Might well the fortunes reimburse Of any spendthrift in the land At least most men imagined so Yet they for years might rack their brains And after all would never know The total wealth that purse contains So here in full we give the list From which no item has beenmissed A bit of string a buttonhook A clipping from a cooking book A little Turkish cigarette A bit of gum unused as yet Samples of gingham organdie Chiffon crepon and dimity Besides a shred of mousseline De soie a worn out safety pin A collar button made of bone A lock of hair perhaps her own A fashionable modistes card A strip of blue and white foulard A picture postal card from Rome And half a dime to take her home Toilettes Said About Woman Second thoughts are best Godcreated man woman was the after thought Proverb- I have been ready to believe that we have seen a new revela tion and the name of its Messiahs womanHolmesThe beautiful wo man can be heard futher than the loudest call of duty Anony mous The man who enters his wifes dressing room is either a philoso pher or a fool Balzac Two women placed together make cold weatherShakespearP- hysical love is an epemeral spark designed to kindle in hu man hearts the flame of a more lasting love It is the outer court of the temple Sabatier Between the mouth and the kiss there is always time for repentance Ricard Love decreases when it ceases to IncreaseChateaubrindPartake man partakes of wine do not become intoxicatedDe Musset Be circumspect in your liaisons with woman It is better to be seen at opera with this man than to be seen at mass with that w- oanMme de Maintenon A woman never commands a man unless he be a fool but by her obedience Turkish Spy In the highest society as well as in the lowest woman is merely an instument of pleasureTols toi I have seen many intances of woman running to waste and selfneglect and disappearing gradually from the earth almost as if they had been exhaled to heaven Washington Irving A farmers Wifes Epitaph VKITTEN BY HERSELF Here lies an old woman who always was tired For she lived in a house where help wasnt hired Her last words on earth were Dear friends I am going Where washing aint done nor bakin nor sewing And everything there will be just to my wishes For where they dont eat theres no washing of dishes Igo where loud anthems will always be ringing But having no voice Ill get rid of the singing Dont mourn for me now andmourn for me never V For Im going to dojiothing forever and everExr Winter Salads Bermuda onion and watercresss make ad combination either In a s lad orasandWIchThe addition of a little horseradish tM yA LhL 1wrc a aK- vKL1 ives an extra flavor to the com bination When the onion fig ures in a sandwich scrape or mince it In the salad slices are better A cabbage salad if delicately made is very good indeed and is also very cheap Chop the cabbage fine almost to a mince in fact and- blanched mix it with a few walnut meats Mix with a good mayonnaise and serve on the tenderest of cabbage leaves Sprinkle thickly with papricatGrapefruit salad is one of the most delicious in the catalogue and it is not necessarily an ex travagant salad The fruit can be purchased in the large mar kets or on downtown fruit stands at astonishingly low prices Cut the fruit in slices and with a sharp pointed knife cut close to the membrane in each section and take out the pulp in plump pieces One fruit of medium size will make enough salad for two persons Make a French dressing substituting lemon juice for vinegar and paprica for pepper Or make a delicate mayonnaise dressing which is perhaps more suitable for the fruit Pour the dressing over the fruit and mix very carefully with a silver fork Serve on let tuce leaves which have been dressed with a French dressing A very fine lettuce will doNew York Post White Goods Everything is wider Suitings are sheeting width Lawns it seems will never downBatiste holds its timehonored place Persian muslin is one of the leading features India linen while a classic is not a headliner Sheer handkerchief linen is one of the favored fabrics Linens in cambric weight are said to be good for the coming summerMedium weight suitings are noted that measure quite 72 inchesPlain Irish linens are invariably smart and hold will their high place A quarter buys a good India it is very good at 40 cents and may be had for a dime Embroidere linens will serve for shirtings as well as for entire dresses Swisses beautifully embroid ered are noted in a variety of dainty designs Only 82 Years Old I am only 82 years old and dont ex pect even when I get to be real old to feel that way as long as I can get Electric Bitters says Mrs E H Brunson of Dublin Ga Surely theres nothing else keeps the old as young and makes the weak as strong as this grand tonic medicine Dyspepsia torpid liv constigare tric Bitters a reasonable length of time Guaranteed by T E Paull druggist Price 50c Weekly Courier H Journal t60 1 11C1 The News I f r i it t 7 f lf itq ir ft i Wj tt 3 1 tO Per Ct Discount tTo any person that presents this advertisement at our store from now until January 1st 1906 We Have the Largest Line of Diamonds Watches and Jewelry t Select Y ur HI iday resents fr m ever Sh wn in L uisville ALSO Diamond Brooches Scarf Pins Cuff Buttons Waist Sets MilitaryBrushes o Watch Fobs the Handsomest ever shown I Elgin Watches our Specialty tin Ladies and Gents Open or Hunting Cases Thous 4 w ands of patterns to select from We solicit X your trade Get our terms X before buying t t t t t t t t t vO Diamond Jewelry Co I 304 W Market St 4 NATHAN IERMAN MGRLOUISVILLEv 7 nOO n O O n nC nC7 The Louisville Trust GornerCLOUISVILLE KYActs as Executor Administrator Trustee Guardian Assignee etc and as agent and attorney in fact of inexperienced persons and of Benevolent and Religious Institutions an Orders and in fact fills every position of t ist that can be held by an individual burglarproofin its capacious fireproof storage vaults Pays interest on deposits in its Savings Department and compounds the interest sems charge of real estate collects rents pays taxes insurance etc and mekes sale of improved and unimpaoved prperty Acts as agent and attorney for nonresidents Man agement of estates a specialty Acts as Trustee Registar and Transfer Agent for railroads and other corporations and and as Fiscal Agent for the payment of coupons Depository for Trustees Guardians Executors Administrators and fiduciaries F 8 r I W D WITHrKINGGRRUNTRI I HLI ICHEY GROSS COTySPRNY INCORPORATEDfIMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS J JLADIES AND MENS- FURNISHINGS fStg NOTIONS CLOAKS ETC 631633 WMain St LOUISVILLE iiNEW YORK OFFICE 43 LEONARD STREET who may want to see Mr King will call the Exchange Columbia Ky LMercban r0 Do You Want a j 1 HOME v If so we can furnish you oneany kind you want We have for sale a great variety of farms dwelling houses business houses and business propositions DO YOU WANT A FARM forwhatIinformationWe Iare certain to interest you if you are on the market A postal card will bring you one of our printed lists Kentucky Real Estate 6om0anu Ie66ntral KENTUCKY 1 To Tobacco J Shippers We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connect ed directly or indirectly with any other ware house or warehouse company We conduct a Strictly Independent Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business C A BRIDGES CO Prop PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSES LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Xi 1J irf 7ff J5i FibFt r f 1 IJK 1 t fi jt7lr f tif 7d1 i j kJJrfr 7 r J d I b THE ADFPg s QPPJMBIA EY JANUARYf 1906 Jht dai QlJ uuty ItW f Published Every Wednesday BY THE IdaMoupty Newsfe IWC rtlOR V KKft CAII N HAKRIM Kdfltnt Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests elthe city of Columbia and the people of Adair is 1d adjacent counties f Entered at the Columbia PostofSce as second Uss mail matter WED JAN 17 1906 The slowest big thing and the bigest slow thing that the Gov ernment ever tackled is the canal At present rate of pushing business there will stil be stones and dirt in the way when the year of 2511 has passed We noticed in a country paper last week the following Quite a lot of valuable matter was crowded out this week but we will try and give our readers more home news from now on As we look over some of the sheets that come to our table we are so often reminded of this lamenta ble state of affairs really more out than in The fact is that some publishers leave it nearly Vail out and then abuse the people because they do not like the pa per and will not subscribe and morerbecause more is demanded and justly so A newspaper deserves patronage only to the extent of its service and if it fails to meas ure up to the needs of a commu nity it can not hope to share in the good will of those who sur round it nor enjoy the luxury of a good healthy business There is ample room for the best to im prove and just how it is or why it is that some publications are so indifferent to the welfare of their respective communities and why the do not give more local news is a question we can not un derstand The publication offer ing the above excuse and pledg ing something it doubtless will never give is printed in another State beyond the Mississippi It did not contain two columns of home spun news nor one ounce of peoplebhome or country Put it in and not leave it out and there will be less room for appoIigiesI Land1Stock and Crops 000- Ray Flowers of Bliss sold two thin rind pigs to Henry Keltner for 10Iooo From Montpelier correspond ent T G Hadley bought a pair of yearling mules from A H GoflSy for 11500 ooo j Horace Massie bought from J S Stapp 25 hogs at 4 cents per pound from L M Sanders 7 at 4 cents from RT Montgomery 4 at same price from Y E Hurt 7 head at 4 1Vco-w to Deering and Hardin at 2 cents per pound ooo Wm Burton Lancaster was a buyer on the Columbia market and left here with 6 head of mules at an average price ofI 13500 He paid G W Brad shaw 110 for one and C R Royse 32500 for an extra pair of mare mules ooo v From Caney Fork correspond ent T S Scott and Fred Cow herd are feeding 35 head of hogs for the Febuary market The property of R H Christie which was sold at bublic auction last Saturday brought fair prices y J fi h iif t f f J f il 1 I fr The farmers have done very lit tIe toward the next seasons croafeve days of fair weath fer needed 000 Gdwiy Sapp of Campbells ville bought a horse from Wol ford Brothers for 15- 0ooo Coffey Bros and Young bought a span of mules from B F Bus ter Creelsboro last week for 30000 000- Al Sinclair sold his house and lot on Boomer heights to his brother Frank for 20000 o00 Frank Sinclair bought a small farm on Sulphur known as the Lizzie Coffey place for 15000 and his brother Al will cultivate it this year 000- From Tarter correspondent V C Wheat sold to Frank and Clem Burton two extra good steers price 70 W G Shepherd bought of Jim Alley three head of cattle at 1250 each 000 Mrs A T Bartlett sold her house and lot of 2i acres in Cane Valley to Coy E Dudgeon for 62500 and bought from J W Sublett same city a house and lot for 55000 000- J W Sublett bought the Owen Banks property in Cane Valley from G W Banks for 80- 0ooo R B Wilson bought from Dr N M Hancock his store house and lot known as the S G Banksproperty for 500 000 Browning Bros Atkins sold their cattle 30 head of 900 pound steers to Sanders Fox of Lebanon for 3i cents per pound to be delivered February 1st 000 From the Gradyyille corre spondent Smith Nell bought last Wednesday from Charles Herriford of Bliss five mules for 550 R K Young of Columbia nicebbunch of cattle price unknown From headaof cattle for 42222 from J L Hurt 1 1100 pound steer at 3i cents per pound from J S Breed ing 9 steers for 11900 from James Butler 7 sheep for 2150 from W R Williams 4 ewes for 1800 000 R K Young reports the fol lowing purchases and sales since our last issue Bought from J D Todd 3 cattle for 40 from J H Franklin 2 calves for 14 from Dr Menzies 1 cow for 14 50 from J D Walker 14 steers average weight 620 pounds for 3 cents per pound from W R Williams 1 steer for 16 from J A Diddle 6 steers at 2 cents per pound from R L Caldwell 3 cattle for 40 from Frank Al len 4 hogs for 17 He sold to Breeding Young 29 headof cattle for 1520per head to R E Tandy 3 cattle for 44 to G B Rasner 1 calf for 780 000 Pemberton Bros of Elizabeth town were on the Columbia mar spanIfor 265 1 horse from James Humphrey for 110 a 6year old gelding from J L Johnson for 200 1 from some other party price unknown They also t bought 23 mules and 1 horse from Smith Nell Gradyville1 at an average price 41 OOQ JB Barbee bought a pair of horses from Massie Co for 23500 W 0 00 Mr J H Pelley of Pellyton sold his farm of 265acres in that j 1it1 ljt i 1 m0 7 1t1r ii G 4a 1 section to Prof S L Coffey for 5500 and will give posession next JanuarytooorA Hunn sold to WTB Burton of Lancaster 2 mules for 29- 0ooo Coffey Bros Young sold to G C Grissom 1 pair 16 hand horse mules 4 years old for 310 000- R A Waggener bought a com bined mare from his brother Thomas Waggener for 14000 000 S A Hatcher sold a span of 3yearold horse mules 151 and 15l hands high to Homer Squires for 25000 o + o GRADYVILLS dc o Q sc Q 4 + We have had plenty of rain for the last few days The returns from tobacc9 sale on the Louisville market is not very encouraging to our tobacco menMrs C S Walkup has been on the sick list for several days Rev G Y Wilson filled his regular appointment here last Sunday and delivered a very in teresting sermon Mrs Cetta Nell who has been visiting relatives in Texas for a month or so will return home in a few days Smith Nell bought bought last Wednesday five mules from Charles Herriford of Bliss for 550 Mrs Robert Yates of Texas who has been visiting here for a short time started for home last Saturday Mr Jas Gilpin of Sparksville was with us last Wednesday Quite a number of our people attended Circuit Court at Colum bia last Monday Rev J W Roach of Fork was shaking hands wit his friends here Monday Mr and Mrs Luther Roach have had a very sick child fo the last two weeks J W Keltner has been confin ed to his room with lagrippe for several days Dr SA Taylor was called to see several patients at Kemp last week busilinessRev JP Scruggs and wife of Columbia spent a few days here last week visiting friends J H Smith is in Russell Co this week looking after a car load of fat cattle Drs W T Grissom of Bliss and S A Taylor of this place was calledto examine Ermine Hutcherson at J B Dicksons last Friday and they found her of unsound mind Hon L C Nell who has been by the bed side of his sick son for a week returned to Frank fort last Friday Mr J R Shirley one of Mill towns uptodate farmers was in our midst last Saturday andre ports everything moving along nicely in his section We are glad to note that the cases of typhoid fever in this sec tion are all improving and no new cases developed up to this date We are also pleased to re port the cases of whooping cough are all improving y Thomas Dowell spent last Sun day in Greensburg visiting friends and relatives The Juvenile Society meets at the Methodist church on Saturr day night before the second Sun dayin each month Wfe must fs Mnei 1 1fL J 13-f h j rrt tii 1J0 i JjJ tYt k 117 say their exercises are very in teresting as well as improving to the little folks Everybody in vited to attend Robert Walker who has been visiting his parents at this place a few weeks started last Monday for His home in Mexico Robert i informed your reporter that he had set the Summer of 1907 to pay us a visit again Messrs Sames Diddle and Nat Walker Students of the M n F School of Columbia attended church here last Sunday Misses Clara Wilmore and n1011 lie Flowers Messrs Paull Wilson and Lee Flowers students of L WT School at Calumbia spent last Sunday at their homes Mr Robert Young of Columbia bought last week of J A Diddle a nice bunch of small cat tle We did not learn the price Miss Pearl Hindman began her school last Monday with a very good attendance bestscitizens as well as farmers de livered his last years production of tobacco last week which net ted him 275 Mr Vance has a small farm but he knows exact ly how to grow burly tobacco and also knows exactly when to sell MONTPELIER There is a good deal of corn plaint and kicking in this community against the Board of sup ervisors raising the value on land It seems that there is a wide dif ference in the opinion of the sup ervisors and the land owners as to the value of property Some of oar people have put in their complaint and got a reduction others have said their say and let it go Dr Jones says his farm is nowIto wants the Board to come and see the poor knolls and marshy spots on his farm This suggests the need of a better system of assess manyhtime they give in their lists They dont seem to realize the mean fullrmeasure of its consequenses Their names to that oath will face them at the Judgement unless they repent yet they pass it lightly by I was talking to a man one day and I asked him perIlittle later in the conversation he said he had been offered 60 per acre for his large farm I said why did you list it so low 1 And he replied that he thought that was about the way others listed theirs But he had signed his name to the oath that he had given in his property at what itwould bring I knew another man who listed only 600 in cash and had 1400 in the bank at the time So many people think they are not under any obligations to give in their property at a fair cash value Then a great many others list in the same proportion that they think their neighbors do There motive may be right but their oath is there the same If the Legislature would pass a law re quiring the assessor with two other good men to visit all the homes in each county and make and honest inventory of all the lands in each county and then keep that list and let the assess or be governed by that assess ment each year unless a change- in value has occured then make his assessment according Not even ask the owner to val ue his land Only ask him if he has bOughtorsol any during the last year Then let the assessor place a uniform value on stQck of all kinds He ought to baman posted as to the price per pound of hogs cattle tr tt sl f s READY 5 BUSINESS Our LIVERY STABLE On Greensburg Street one block from the Public Square is now open for business We have 50 good stalls 25 of them boxed and all safe and convenient Plenty of Feed Good Rigs and Safe Drivers groomersPlentyALLEN WALKER CO COLUMBIA KENTUCKY ew i FIELD = SEED This is the time of the year to sow o seed You can get the best EXPORT SEED s ALFALFA TIMOTHY SAPLING CLOVER ORCHARD GRASS RED CLOVER RED TOP 4 FR01l t 1Wm1Jefiries Sons i 444444 V v v V v if vw w v v v v rlv7R IS iiiiiiirsis IN IN IN IN IN II II II Iv w n 1 NEW 1j 7R vI1 Mill and Crusherj ire1 itE I am ready to furnish firstclass Meal and Crushed FeedE COFNm i 57FiE EVERYTHING NEW BUT THE MILLER HE HAS HAD THE fE 7KEXPERIENCE iE 7i 7iIgiTLOCATION NEARvEUBANKS SHOP r 1E y I vr 7i W H WILSON 7i viviN1N N VV NIX Nl fNix Sri N iJl Nl i Nl 1llit siis v w7i i I 1 II etc The money question can not be reached much better than by the present system Such a system as the above has been in operation in Mis souri for a long time and it saves the people from the embarrass ment of false swearing But I did not start out to write an article fon tax assessments We are glad to welcome our old neighbor Polk Conover back to his old home but sorry his family has been reduced so much and so few of them are back with him Miss Bertha is the only one of the Children that is likely to be at home much but that is the way our families go large ones soon get scattered The writer is undergoing that experience now Jo will leave with Ray Conover for Indian Territory next Tuesday Sallie has gone back to Cincin nati So we are the only two left and we may leave too Mr T G Hadley has recently put up a new barn Mr Moore of the Green river country has rented the Jeff Ep person farm and has taken possession of same MissEllaCundiff of the Mt Pleasant neighborhood will be gin next week teaching a class in music at Mrs Addle Taylors Miss Cundiff is an excellent LLz i e 0- cl fr r If young lady has had considerable experience in wabfeel satisfied that she will have a good class Sam Wheat surprised his 1Mr friends on Thursday the IontIfor the minister and handed over his papers indicatingbceremony should be said which would cement two loving hearts in the dearest union that belongs to this life We extend to the II new bride and sisterinlaw a hearty welcome to our commnni ty Mrs Zilpah Dunbar Wheat needs no words of commendation to introduce her to our people Suffice it to say that she is an excellent young lady withmany graces of body and mind Mr Wheat is a young man of many noble characteristics Kind in heart and pleasant in manners and trust that they will have a pleasant voyage through life I must mention here a very commendable act of kindness recently shown by Sam in memory of an old coloredman John Z Miller a highly respectable citi zen who had lived at Montpelier for 35 years died last summer ancbSam and Jo had a suitable monument made and placed at his grave Few young men would have thought of such kind ness as that J Z T W I RWS7 yn gi7 tr I fc Jl 1 yy t y t f r THE ADAIECOIfNY NEWs otuMBrKY JANUARY ifjl00611J 1 Y 6 t OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO INVNTORYIoo Will sell all WINTER GOODS at Greatly Reduced Prices to cut down stock for invoicing Have special baggains in Overcoat= Clothing and Conks 0 tWa LlWALKER COLUMBIA KY tBafW ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooi I L I j Iail LOCAL NEWS I WANTED Shelled corn Will pay WHITELciaUColumbia Last week was rather on the disagreeable order but in spite of the disagreeable weather quite a number of our best citizens were in town and nearly every one was looking into the value of Adair county dirt I take this opportunity to thank my customers for their liberal patronage in the past and wish the continuance of the same I am now located over the First National Bank Respt 92 t Miss ELLEN BURTON Mr Samuel T Henson of Adair County and Mis Myrtie Scott of this county were married at the residence rfoi Mr A J Scott of near Burdick T on January 11 We wish them the usual good luckTaylor County Enquirer WANTED 12 or 15 good men to work in Block woods at Roley Adair Co Ky will pay 100 per day of 10 hours KENTUCKY STAVE Co- B H P EARLES FOREMAN 92t noshIof his profession ll wellrup in dentistry and the people of Jamestown and the entire country will doubtlessgive him a liberal patronage which he so richly deserves Mr R K Young some time ago re ported an 800 pound porker which was the estimate placed by Several of his MorIrisoned down one in his smokehouse a few days ago that was guessed at 850 to 900 pounds Mr Morrisons swine was Polan China and Red Jersey There was nothing of general importance transacted in the last meeting of the town Council but there is not a doubt but what momentous propsitions will be disposed of in the near future and the old town thoroughly awakened It is plain to be seen that the present board means to inaugurate progressive movements that will result in much good to the town 1here are several who have us wood to pay for their subscription for the last two or three years and to date have not brought it To b plain we are tired of such promises that do no good Within a short time your name will be taken from our book- and the account given to someone to collect If you know yourself to be under such a promise then this is direct ed to you Died on the 27th of November at the home of his soninlaw Jas T Taylor Wm Walkup aged 88 yea He had been in failing health for sometime but the immediate cause of his deatn was thought to be kidney trouble The deceased was a native of Adair county but removed from his home Ileal Glenville to White county Ark in the fall of 1886 and from there to IndianI Ter a few years later where as since made his home He leaves many relatives and friends in both States The interment was at the family bury ing ground Mr J W Moran exhibited some old American coins in this office a few days ago one was a copper cent piece near ly as large as a half dollar insiIveri centjs6erty cent silver coin Spanish the date being 1826 Both of the Americas n piece have long been out of use and their coinage discontinued Doubtless the mints of Spain have likewise discontinued grinding out fac simili sot the specimen above exhibited t v 4 1 jI i tS1r t r t Mr T J Bryant was in town Saturday and left 1 with the News It was a cold hot time last week so to speak the supervisors were at work A most interesting meeting of Co lombia Chapter was held last Friday nightFOR SALEfly farm of near 80 acres 1 mile from Glensfork A span of work mules mare 6 years old wagon buggy two good milch cows calfand stock hogs HARRIET GLUFF 91 m You can buy any suit of clothes mens or boys or ladies or misses cloaks in my stock at a bargain W L WALKER Mr G A Atkins who was in town one day last week informed us that the advertisement of their cattle in the News brought tlem three letters with in three days after the paper was issued and that the cattle was sold imme diately to Sanders Fox of Lebanon I The sale in the Land Stock and Crop Column Mr W RLyon once our townsman but now of Campbellsville was here last week looking as merry as a lark in Summer time and handing out samples of Reynolds suncured tobacco Mr Lyons love for the sunny side of Old Kentuck is so deeply imbedded in his makeup that he has never accepted a position that would not lead through Columbia He enjoys an excellent trade throughout this country Mr Manna Kemp of Keltner was in Columbia a few days ago and informed us that the people of that part of the county were fairly well pleasedwith the prices they are receiving for their tobacco and that preparations for the 1906 crop are already under headway Evrything indicates that the largest acreage ever planted in our part of the county will be set this year Many of our most industrious and enthusiastic growers of tobacco are now burning plant beds and some have already heat ed the earth for 4 or 5 plant nurseries Almost the entire crop will be burly By reference to the land stock an readilynseen moving up in housee week only Thebrought advancesp over a ago Cane Valley has not been making any loud pretentions but has steadily di all the while Our correspondent from that city was in our office last week and left well equipped for a weekly re port for more than two months Let feersmuch better and so will we Last Tuesday the 9th the stockhold ers of the First National Bank elected officers for the ensuing year and so well pleased were they with the elec tion of one year ago that no change whatever was made J O Russell President H N Miller Vice Pres ident E H Hughes Cashier and Bruce Montgomery Assistant Cashier Mr Montgomery has been assisting the cashier for a few months and has proven his worth and adaptability to the position to the entire satisfaction to all interested parties A better man could not have been selectedS Within the care Of good safe men in the bank ing business the First National has been blessed from its beginning and its healthy reports and growth in business warranties stockholders in holding on itsIa eknown as safe conservative xncn Justsu men as are neededt m the caYx Vv iiMi r iV i4 IS f 1 1l i t J p 1t I S S J y c41sii SmfORE I A CHANCE SN OUR BUSINESS r We will sell Goods this year for CASH and in so doing will save every customer money Bad debts must be paid byJother customers through high prices or the Merchant loses We do not propose to lose or permit our customers to- ay Ifp for goods of another Cash is always a close and safe buyer JI01tJvercoatssold at 10 cut to 750 a 750 Goat While Only 390 Takes IOneHeretofore Sold for 5 A similar reduction in our entire line of Clothing thetAll other Articles General Merchandise not already at Roc1 Bottom Tumbles with the figures Its yourY f chance with Cash or Prod- uceNEAT 5 if HANCOCKSTA PLES5t r J Columbia lentdck I JtiA Big Raise The Board of Supervisors finished work last Friday and each member left for home that day being severely criticised by some and feebly enders ed by others but in the midst of this predicament each one stated that he had faithfully and impartially discharged his duty as he understood it and while the Board has doubtless made some mistakes yet the same was not intended From our conversation at different times wi h those who were doing the work We believe that everyone was trying to do what he beleived was right We do n doubt that some mistakes were made in the equalization of values and also in the reassessment but to our mind the property valuation of this county is not yet up to its cash values In summing up the workwe find that the Boardacted on property itsdof 196899 Property not listed was fixed at 12375 so the entire advance amounts to 209274 The entire taxable property now amounts to some gettingdPAID LIST Eys Your Name Written There I r JThe following are paidsubscribers since our last issueB F Neat G B Henson Fannie Willis Mrs A F Walkup J W Viers G L Viers G C Stephens R L Caldwell Al Sin clair U D Hurt iIA Murrell Jam Garnett Mrs J Vardeman Sj H Fisher C R Williams J H Cald well F R Winfrey James Garnet SrJ F White Claud Callison TJ1 Bryant JF Leftwich W Lv Farris JrG G Morrison J1 SharpjJ Dl Eubank H W R Wiliiams MOrriSonGABault1 Gonover M Q trell G B Page ArG Wilcpxsoh E M Salmons Jtv Q mgfSte henson E Jiage Matthew Aaron S K Hula Ppress James N Kurrell 3 M Campbell S c Blake man Be F Thomas J C Royse Sr S Vanhoy SG Brinks J rT Hamilton Tngg DefeveW 0 Jell X L Brockman S Pr n9we Wfo Li Gadberr lOYJ i iSgram Mrs Hattie A Pax tonJi H Smith W Nunn A Hatcher T B L oil JHnnter AlrMilMrvP m flt 4 r f- i j t ir irw rt i Art Notes The art classes have several new pupils All the pupils made many pretty Y things for Christmas but are now tak ing up serious art study in earnest No study is better discipline for mind heart and hand than a real study of art A study of art calls out and puts in practice all that is best in ones nature Lumber anted MoneyIon stumpage and lumber if necessary Standard Sawmill Co Campbellsville Ky B F Rakestraw Manager A Healthy Crowth- From May 1905 to September the same year the county clerk recorded 154 deeds 61 mortgages and issued 30 marriage licences From September to 2581deedsriage licenses This is a positive proof that real estate is advancing and becoming more active while the decrease healthybusiness IiIIit looks like the great wave of love isI gaining force and binding heart to heart tofight the battles of life unitedly and Withforand effect t Will Wholesale Bowling Green is to have another acococolaI inAtJantaltare R B Wilson Company who j come from Adair county They have propertytheir plant there They have already fittingready io begin operations within ten days Theywill do altogether wholesale j business and there can be no doubt Iargefp8lketWilfb the purest and best and- fwillunquestionably finds ready sale BOWLINGGREEtis v rrJI Jr it C Mf Ki v s iSiltxS KPrrf a ff q 11 is f ib1r r 0 l Fire Proof Oil 15 cents per Gallon No 6 Horse Shoe Nails 10 cents per pound Good Green Coffey at 124 cents 1 2 Gallon Tin Buckets at 15 I centsIof above Bargains in winter gingham outing suitings etc to closeiW L Mr Gilbert Jessee and Miss Lyda Wheat of Breeding were married last Sunday at the residence of Mr Baker Jessee Rev Thomas Jessee officiating Mr S H Fisher of the Green river country was in town Thursday and called and subscribed for the News Mr Fisher has the activity and appear ance of a man of 65 although he informed us that he was 80 years of age He has been an active farmer and yet dots a good deal of work The occasion that brought him to Columbia was to see the Board of Supervisors why had notified him of the upward tenden cy of realestate on Green river and re gardless of the rain he was on time Mr Fisher stated that he still good health and was doing more enjoysI childs part on his farm His ments to the News was encouraging and we would feel better if not do more shouid we have more calls from sucu citizens Fred McLean relates an musing incident that occured during his recen visit to the southwest One day in a little t d w n in Arkansas a gentleman who is now a Democratic candidate for th nomination of Circuit Judge In that district came from a neighboring town to make a speech in going around the little city meeting and shaking hands with his friends he was introduced tome said Mr McLean and handed me one of his cards We engagyd mpleas ant conversation for a few moments RePublicannot help him any in his race inlsurpriseWhy 1 danger Are you from that ing county meaning Breathitt her further inquired If you are he con timie you can have the Wh walk if you want it olesi1ef When informed the said Mr McLean that 1 was not desi toug of so much space and that all Kentiiikians were not walking arsenals and that I came from a country high up laughedheartilyand ithadness and crime i 7FYn v K i 4 l t a ti i c 9- a 25 4 1 Born to the wife of Truman Hensor on the 8tha 10 pound son Anew post office called Dirigo has been established in the breeding sec tion of this county FOR SALEA desirable home for small family Location desirable in Campbellsville Ky Apply to TG Faulkner IWeare informed by Mr B L Cono val that his neighbor June Willis in tends showbawl his first exhibition will probably be at Gadberry Mr Conover may accept the position of general manager FOR SALE We will sell 70 to 75 acres of our farm Some excellent timber desirable place unimproved but goo ltobacco barn Location good two miles from Columbia 10lm J 0 B F GRISSQM For Sale One extra gentle family horse any withOmansafety not afraid of trains or automo biles covered wagons etc Works anywhere and can be hitched 15 hands anditnot a blemish on him First check for 12500 will buy him if bought at once 1 JNO H CHANDLER Campbells IUfc HyeMr Olie Breeding of McGregor Tex and Miss Lyda Gilpm of Sparks ville were united in marriage at the home of the brides parents on Sunday the 7th Rev John Roach of ihafc vi cinity officiating Mr Breeding is zv native of this county but has been in the Lone Star State for nearly two years devoting his time to agriculture prosperedTheMrs James Gilpjn of Sparksville and rR young lady worth of the heart ants hand They will leave this week for their western home and their zramr friends in this countY wish them aha p py prosperous life Noticei sold at 75 can J now be bought at 60 four that sold for 25 sow 20 one that sold at 80 ta now 65 When these are closed put no moire can be had at these prices 4 CQAKLEY SIMMS KOSL STQGENLadies watchand chsint j with initials IiW Aonbkck ik5 reward will bepaidon its return i r xv E GrArKiNsM or MIS i J r i t r 1i ti 1hni r X s 1I r ic Tj Ti1 I v f iIt fJlI THE ADAIR CQMTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 17 1906 Kentucky Intelligence IN THE LEGISLATURE The Kentucky Solons Are After tho Express Companies Frankfort Jan 11Senator Henry George is after the express companies as he thinks they have been charging exorbitant rates in this state He in troduced a bill in the senate toregn late the charges and to place said companies under control of the state railroad commission on the same footing as railroads now are At the joint session of the senate and house Judge Thomas H Payhter was declared elected United States senator to suc ceed J C S Blackburn but another ballot will be taken next Tuesday ow ing to the ambiguity in the law In the senate Senator Burnam presented a petition from W T Haskins and others asking that a high school be established in every county in the f state to be paid for by the counties Representative Claybrooke of Wash ington offered a joint resolution au t thorizing the state librarian to pur chase 400 copies of the official manual one to be furnished each member S of both houses each county clerk in the state the state officials and to thee librarian of every state in the union in exchange for a copy of a similar book The first thing in the house was a joint resolution introduced by Repre 4 sentative Gabbard making the golden rod the state flower ALLEGED YEGGMEN Five Men Arrested in a Room Over a Louisville Saloon LouIsvIlle Ky Jan 11Five alleg ed yeggmen suspected by the detectives of being the men who blew open the safe in J H Albaughs grocery store at Shoals Ind early in the morning of January 4 securing 7440 in United States coupon bonds and 2000 in 20dollar gold pieces were arrested in a room over a saloon in this city The arrest was made by aI posse headed by Capt Thomas Maher chief of the Louisville detective department Capt Maher said that and his men had succeeded in recov ering from the alleged yeggmen 4240 in 20dollar gold pieces and 220 in fivedollar bills The detectives sweated the suspects for several hours YORK MURDER CASE Jt NoW Rests With the JuryBasts Testimony Contradicted I Lawrenceburg Ky Jan 11The ar gument in the William H York mur der case was concluded and the case went to the jury The defense intro duced testimony which contradicted the statements of James Bast the commonwealths star witness who said that the defendant spent Tuesday night prior to the killing with him and at which time the plan to murder James R York was consummated It was shown that the accused was at the home of Charles Baxter that night More Money For State CapitoltFrankfort Ky Jan 1LBy the retort of the state capitol committees filed with the two houses of the gent eral assembly it is recommended by Frank M Andrews architect that antadditional Sum of 1028125 is neces sary to complete the building for svhich the state has already appropri ated 1000000 To date there has ibeen expended about 70000 Case Continued Until MaytLondon Ky Jan 11 case against Tilden House charged with burning his fathers residence in Jack son county was called in the circuitc court at McKee and continued May term An indictment was returnr ed against him for swearing on 3ils examining trialcTo Discuss Good Roads Frankfort Ky Jan 11Those members of the legislature who are interested in good roads in Kentucky iwill meet in the office of Hubert Vree land commissioner of agriculture on January 24 to discuss legislation look ing to bettering the roads of the states t To Stop Gambling at Owensbbro Owensboro Ky Jan llAs a re SuIt of the raid on the gambling house of the Tallyho club four of the 18 men arrested were fined and the oth ers dismissed The police say they will stop every game of chance in op Aeration in Owensboro Was Accidentally Wounded London Ky Jan 11 Oavid Bowl ing of Bush this county was shot in- the hip with a 45caliber revolver The weapon was accidentally discharg ed while he was crossing a fence The ban lodged in his thigh inflicting a serious woundIWill Manage An Opera House Newport Ky Jan iiDeputy City Auditor and Delinquent Tax Collector Frank Covalt this city sent his resis flttlon to Mayor Helmbold with the statement that he had accepted a post ition to manage the Grand opera louse M Aurora MoIDr Renfrew Badly Burned c f Sharpsburir Ky JanLn J W J ftenfrew prominent here was seriously burned about the legs and feet He was attempting to start i t A 1re In the grate in nit room with jr ro enet when the oil caught fire dPf iJq l J f tc r i4 iv tZ iili t ii 1 il f r W r I a ijj iz rr BANKS SWINDLED It Is Alleged That a Number Were the Victims of Forged Municipal Bonds UTTERED BY PRIOR IT IS SAID Ail Investigation Has Been Started by the Director of the AmericanI Bankers Association With This End in View a Number of Detectives From a Private Agency Have Already Commenced the Work in Ohio Cleveland CX Jan 13Ihe com- mIttee in charge of the investigation of the affairs of Denison Prior Co metFHdayland after the meeting an flounced that the facts disclosed jus tified them in stating that it is their belief that forgeries to the extent of several hundred thousand dollars exist and are confined to the following three issues of bonds City of Canton 0 4 per cent water works extension bonds South Sharon Pa41z per cent improvement bonds and Alpena Mich 5 per cent water works bonds Now that the accountants are becoming more familiar with the bookkeeping system the work is progress ing more rapidly and it is hoped that within a few days a definite conclusion can be reached Regarding the statement that forged bonds are held by 50 interior Ohio banksHR Newcomb a member of the banters committee sail that there was no justification for its being so far as the committee was concerned He added that the committees inves tigation thus far shows not more than a dozen banks involved in that they are holding the spurious securities Most of this number Mr Newcomb said are prosperous financial houses in Cleveland that are well able to take care of themselves and that the sum in each case is not large The swindling of a number of Ohio banks by the use of the forged munic ipal bonds uttered by L W Prior has resulted in an investigation being Started under the direction of the American Bankers association to uncov er the entire plan of4the swindle and see if any others were connected with him in the transactions To this end a number of detectives from a private agency have already started on the work MRS CASSIE L CHADWICK The Bank Wrecker Taken To the Ohio Penitentiary To Serve a Term Columbus 0 Jan 13Mrs Cassie L Chadwick the bank wrecker and wizard of finance arrived at the penitentiary from Cleveland to begin a sentence of ten years for conspiracy to wreck the Citizens National bank at Oberlin O Her train was 23 min lates The woman was taken through the baggage room under the waiting room in the Union and hastily placed in a cab in he driveway and hustled off to the prison Ten policemen were sent to he station to keep the large crowd back and three policemen escorted the woman to the cab Detectives in plainclothes were present also Mrs Chadwick was in charge of United States Marshal Chandler and Deputy Fleming and she was brought o Columbus in a Pullman over the Big Four road No special arrangements were made the womans department for the reie- ption of the woman She wall be- ompelled to sleep on a cot in the cor as the womans 1cupiedThe prison officials are skeptical as to the illness of Mrs Chadwick They say that she will be treated as any other prisoner in the female depart ment They think the reports that she has heart trouble are groundless and after an examination if it is found she is able she will be put to washiiig or other heavy work if not she will be placed in the sewing department An exwoman clerk in the secretarys office of the penitentiary identified Mrs Cassie Chadwick some time after rhe arrived at the prison asS Madame Devere v WHOLESALE ROBBERY Six Men Looted a Store In East St Louis and Were Arrested East St Louis ill Jan 1Six men drove two wagons up to the general store of Halifax Lewis knocked down John Halifax and guarded him with a knife while the store was loot ed and considerable stock loaded into the wagons The six escaped but were pursued and arrested They gave their names as James Gallagher John FitZ1geBusiness Failures New York Jan 13 Business fall ures in the United States in the week ending January 11 number 286 against m last week 295 in the like week of 1905 Z15 In 1904 and 234 in 1903 In Canada failures for the week number 4i5 as against 32 last week 1t Z i p 4 I1dr t fh fi tt tooii101J rt l Jrtr i i j j t fc 4 l i1Jrt 1 t THE KENTUCKY LEILATURiZi rwo Contestants Houses Adjourned Until Monday Frankfort Jan 13Both bodies of he general assembly had short ses dons Friday and the introduction of iev bills was the feature The con est case of Barbour and Howell igainst Young dm from Bath and iowan was decided in favor of Young jy the house The case of Meng vs ariffin from Allen county was decided in favor of Griffin the sitting mem her wHo is a republican The com mittees having had no time to consider bills nothing could he done in the way of legislation so both branches Df the legislature djourned till Mon iay The new statehouse coTOmisoTi rs met with the senate and house committees on public buildings and discussed the needs and the proposed changes in the new capitol building but no definite steps were taken Architect Andrews will meet with the committees next week and go over the whole matter in detail as to what is best to be done and the amount necessary to do it FEARED POSSIBLE VIOLENCE Wife Murder Charged Against the Man Spirited Away 13SaDlllellDuvall charge of shooting to death his Janie Duvall At the tithe she WIfeI killed the general belief was was the victim of an accident but later developments led the authorities- to believe that she was the victim of a murder plot The people in the neigh borhood where the couple lived are greatly wrought up over the tragedy and to save the man from possible violence he was brought here Fearing that some one might try to take Duvall from the officers the constable spirited him away during the night Duvall after pleading not guilty was bound over to the grand jury and will be kept in jail here for safekeeping THREE HOBOES Upper Berths of a Sleeping Car Was Appropriated By Them Louisville Ky Jan 13When Jas Cole porter of the Pullman sleeper Seminole opened the car at Tenth Street station early the other morning he found three hoboes sleeping in up per berths They had disrobed and raid they had prepared for a trip to the south Private Detective Gabutt of the Lou vine Nashville road ar rested the trio A Central Police sta tion they registered as A S Romey J S Donovan and Dave Brown and said they came to Louisville from Cov ington Each is about 18 years old Judge McCann fined them 10 apiece and ordered their commitment fo GO lays if they could not furnish 200 ban Natural Gas Is Ready Mt Sterling Ky Jan13The Cen tral Kentucky Natural Gas Co is now ready for business Within a week 150 ftomes will be using the gas from Menifee county It will probably he piped to Louisville and Cincinnati from Lexington which will be reach ed Februaryt For a Medical College Lexington Ky Jan 13 President James K Patterson of the Kentucky State college appeared before the Fayette county fiscal court and asked that body to appropriate 10000 or IStateCharged With Burglary Richmond Ky Jan 13Sem Smith of Waco just discharged from the United States army and en route home from the Philippines was arrested here charged with burglary While waiting for a train it is alleged he broke into the grocery of W T Ed wardsSTo Choke Off Uncle Tom Louisville Ky Jan 13 The United Daughters of the Confederacy will pre sent memoriaP to the Kentucky legislature insisting that a raw be enacted preventing the presentation of the play of Uncle Tom in all towns and cities within the state Appointed County Detective Lexington KyJan 13Chief of Detectives J Walter Marshall was Fri day appointed county detective vice Capt James Wilkerson deceased Oapt Malcolm Brown of the police successorFFor Slaying the Solon London Jan 13Creed Benge was convicted in McKee for complicity in the killing of Representative J JCHoward in Clay county last spring and sentenced to serve four years Ed ward Benge is on trial for the same crime ElectedaankPrestdent Bowling Green Ky Jan 13Rob ert Rodes jr was elected president of the Citizens National bank of this city Mr Rodes has justr retired as sheriff of this county which office he bas acceptably filled for seven years 1France and tbcitY of jParis have spent nearly 700000 this year inuen lertiJning roysJ guests fJi9J11 II IilAIJ ff i jJCi rft It i t0T t1 tg J S fttI Ji 1 rtj vj ih Si l DELICIOUS REFRESHING y Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it im parts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c rtfr 1 ft ij t 4 FRENCH DEMANDS t They Have Been Ignored and Relations Between France and Venezuela Are Broken FRENCH TO FORCE RECOGNITION The Issue Is the Attack of President Castro Upon Properties and Fran chise of the Cable Co Castro Claims the Company Violated the Terms of Its Concessions in Not Laying Certain Coast Lines of Cable Paris Jan 13Though M Maubour guet the Venezuelan charge daffaires has not yet received his passports diplomatic relations between France and Venezuela are considered to have been broken off There ds no question for the present of a naval demonstra tion but there is no doubt that the French government intends to have the fullest recognition of and respect for its rights An official note issued says that although an ultimatum has not yet been sent to Venezuela France can not tolerate much longer President Cas tros refusal to accede to the French demands without considering the advisability of taking stronger means to enforce them- Washington Jan 13 Although the present breach in the diplomatic relations between France and Venezuela is technically chargeable against the personality of M Taigny the French charge at Caracas the real issue as if is understood here is the attack by President Castro upon the properties and franchises of the French Cable rCo The president aserted that the ca company had lent active assist ance to the Matos rebellion There venIIIthe its concessions in not laying cer coast lines of cable and especially n crossing the island of Santo Domin go with land wires subject to frequent interruption in times of rebellion on that island The courts sustainedthe presidents view and in fact practic aly took possession of the companys offices at certain points when the theIAlleged Insulting Note President Castro regarded this notes insulting to his government and re fused to have anything more to do with M Taigny But the French gov disputeIhad followed precisely the instruc tious of his foreign office At this point Mr Russell the Amer lean minister at Caracas intervened in the interest of peace and after many patient exchanges it was be lieved that he had finally succeeded But while he induced President Cas tro to withdraw a note refusing to do business with 1t Taigny which the French government regarded asffensive he could not prevail upon President Castro to resume his offi cial relations with the French charge The climax 1eon New Years day when the French government suppos ing that a satisfactory settlement had been reached received with the usual honors of the New Year day reception the Venezuelan minister at Paris only to learn that President Castro had re fused to do likewise for M Taigny at Caracas This omission touched the pride of the French government who felt it had been made the victim of double dealing and deceit which fact the French amba ador in Washington was not slow communicate to the state department jXMr Russell reported his failurerto effect a settlement thereby making himself unpopular in Caracas and then came jnptice from the French government that diplomatic relations with Venezuela were corn pletely severed There is a hint of punitive measures dn the part of Fjrapce and thetition Is regarded officially as yer iirapfeasaiitwith pos ibilies of sterfous oonte9uenceLj r 1li1h J titiri I t y rijJJr l1tw f qif iiIfJ loF t i t0 tiS HANGE IN THE GOVERNMENT EN MORALES RESIGNS PRESI DENCY OF SAN DOMINGO lice President Caceres According Tfi the Constitution Is Now Chief Magistrate of the CountryI San Domingo flingo Jan 13Gen Morales resig lation as president of Santo vas tendered and accepted DomingoI lay He will leave this city ihe United States gunboat ound for Porto Rico The former resident will be accompanied by En ique Jimenes Vice President Caceres who has een acting as president since the ime Gen Morales fled from the capi al is now according to the constitu ion president of Santo Domingo The change in the government does aot imperil the negotiations for a reaty between Santo Domingo and he United States Gen Caceres is favorably inclined oward the ratification of the agreement reached Gen Morales it is said was recent y hidden in a cave nursing his wound 3d leg He is now helpless and in the aands of his medical attendants NEWS ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST The athletic board of the Iowa State Normal school suspended football for next year James A Suiter who was colonel of the famous 34th New York regiment died at Herkimer N Y He was 91 years old E B Jenkins Co bankers and brokers of Pittsburg announced their suspension from business The liabilities said to be about 100000 The strike of the printers in the news department of the Montreal Gazette ended when the men returned to work without conditions accepting the open shop principle- Representative McCall introduced a bill providing for publicity in connec tion with all funds used in campaigns for the election of members of the houseFebruary 15 was fixed by tht house committee on judiciary as the date for a hearing on the proposed constitu tional amendment providing for worn an sUffrage- Two Negroes Hanged Kingstree S C Jan 13 Jenkins Burrows and Arthur Williams two ot the three negroes convicted of the murder of Julian Wilson a prominent citizen of Williamsburg county were hanged here Robert Scott convicted of the crime was respited for 30 days One Killed and Five Injured Traverse City Mich Jan 13Ben jamin Robertson was killed and five friends with whom he was coasting down a steep ice coated hill were in jured when Robertsons sled crashed with terrific momentum into a horse and cutter crossing its path IThe Sons of Confederate Veterans Montgomery Ala Jan 13Dr Thomas 11 Owen commanderinchief of the Sons of Confederate Veterans announced that the reunion of the order will be held in New Orleans April 25 26 and 27 coincident with the vet erans reunion t Convicted of Usury Kansas City Jan 13P J Hughes a money lender was convicted of the charge of usury by a jury here J H Williamson charged that he borrowed 10 from Hughes two years ago and had p Jd41 in interest and still owed Hughes 20- Young Cprbett Knocked Out Los Angeles Cal Jan 13Aurelio Herrera of Bakersfield Cal knocked out Young Corbett in the fifth round Jat the Pacific Athletic club pavilion Henreras victory was an easy one Corbetts exhibition was disappointing Gift To University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia Jan 13 Provost Harrison announced that the University of Pennsylvania has received the sum Ot 50000 from Eckley Bronton Cox jr and that the new dormitory house Will be celled the Coxe house Hotel Damaged By Fire Montreal Jan 13A section of the Qyfirelwas constructed saved the remainder ofthshotel Sil H f4i p SI fi iL fl iii i iff 1 I j r1r THE COTTON ASSOCIATION The Balance of Crop of 19056 To Be Held For 15 Cents a Pound New Orleans Jan 13By unanimous vote the cotton association adopted the report of its committee on holding recommending that the balance of the crop of 19056 be held for 15 cents a pound A joint committee of bankers and farmers from each state and territory is to carry the plan into effect Cooperation with the growers of sea island cotton is pro vided for long staple cotton to be held at 24 cents New Paper For Cincinnati Cincinnati Jan 13W R Hearst of New York is making arrangements to start a morning and afternoon paper in this city to be called the Cincin nati Examiner Carloads of machinery for the plant have arrived in the city and options have been secured on a piece of property Marshall Fields Conoition New York Jan 13At 11 oclock Friday night the physicians attending Marshall Field of Chicagc who is ill at a hotel in this city issued the fol lowing bulletin Mr Fields condition rem ins unchanged The disea has not extended He is no worse cr THE MARKETS FLOUR AND GRAIN Cincinnati Jan 12 Flour Winter pat ent 440475 do fancy 385410 do family 335360 do extra 290320 low grade 2602SO spring patent 5tt525 fancy 390410 do family 370390 rye Hour Northwestern 355t370 city 36IJ J385 Wheat No 2 red quotable at 9173 gS2c on track CornSales Yellow ear track 48c No 2 mixed track 45yc No 4 mixed track 43 c Oats Sales No 2 mixed track 33c RyeNo2 69ylc No 3 467c No4 5358c Barley 44150cChicago Jan 12WheatNo 2 spring S5c No 3 82S6c No 2 red 88S9 c Corn No 2 4242c No 2 yellow 42c OatsNo2 31c No 2 white 32 c No 3 white 3032 4c RyeNo 2 7c BarleyGood feeding 37c fair to choice malting 4449c LIVE STOCK Cincinnati Jan 12 Cattle Heavy steers choice 485 fair to good tSt2 475 butcher steers extra 475485 good to choice H1565 heifers extra 5450- ood to choice t440 cows extra F365375 good to choice Zfi360 Calves Fair to good light 75OjS choice to ex tra S25850 HogsGood to choice packers and butchers 557WJ56O mixed packers 550555 light shippers 5J110 lbs and less 4755oU Sheep Extra 5510 good to choice j460490 LambsExtra 790S good to choice 750T85 Chicago Jan 12Beeves 37562a cows and heifers 150ftT475 stockers and feeders 250425 Hogs Mixed and 3QjfinXn SheepMarket steady sheep SJSi S1fi lambs 5JLQgS IItsthe Early Bird A Franch scientist has discovered i compound that brings worms to the surface and makes them squirm themselves to death according to the New Yorl Telegram However we still pin eel faith to the old reliable early bird Child Burned To Death Jackson Ky Jan 13Mabel Jett the threeyearold child of Wm Jett of this city who was badly burned by her clothing catching fire at an open grate died shortly after The child will be buried here Mrs Lucy Polk Dead Raleigh N C Jan 13A dispatch from Warrenton N C tells of the death there of Mrs Lucy E Polk the venerable widow of Col William H Polk and sisterinlaw of President Polk She was buried in Warrenton Will Charge An Admission Fecr Lexington Ky Jan llJames B fiaggfn the millionaire owner or ETI mendorf stock farm hereafter will enlarge all visitors a small aamlssioa fee ana will give the entire collections V Lexington champs j A Child Fatally Burned Owingsville Ky Jan 12InBreathitt county Mabel the 3yearold laughter of Wm Jett was fatally burned Her clothing caught fire from burnpdalmostb Uncle Sams Loose Change All the money in the world now amounts to 112 0000000 of which 16000000000 is in gold and more than 13000000000 is in silver Of the gold nearly onefourth and of the silver more than onefifth is held by the United States the amount in both cases being more than that held By any other na tloaS v 4SSOil tj t7iJ 1 fffv it 3f = 7 1 I t I i t 7 il i r i i I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 17 1906 FRANK CORCORAN M JMETCALFE I Corcoran Metcalfet MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS INFi HIGHGRADE MAR BLE AND GRAATE J 4 Y Cemetery work of all kind Trade from Adair and ad joining counties respectfully solicited See us before you buy JWain Street Liebanon i ertuekyt Lebann Steam LaundryLEBANON KENTUCKY W R JOHNSON Proprietor tLTIusisoneoftIiBestand 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 TO THE TRHDE I I handle FrstClass Buggies Surreys and Wagons at my place of business CultivaII 7T KLL TITLES an be found at my Warehouse the very best brands of Fertilizers namely THE HOMESTEkD REED AND GLOBE My stock of Field Seed is complete i My prices are as low as the lowest and satisfaction is Guaranteed Give me a Call tJ i4 PJ4EliPS JameStOwn Ky J iwjEuo j jROS 7 4 CARPETS RUGS i LINOLEUMS MATTINGS JY AND DRAPERIES i 524528528 W- IjQ1j1fl Market Si LOUISVILLE I AoHobson FURNITURE WALL PAPER COOKS STOVES CEMENT LIME DOORS AND WINDOWS =o GREENS BURG KENTUCKY L THE PATTERSO J4OTEliN- o better place can be found than the above named hotel It is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied with the best the market affords Feed stable in connection tT B PRTTErSON Pto JAmESTOWN DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 4 FURNITURE CHAIRS AND MATTRESSES 527 WEST MAIN STREET BET FIFTH AND SIXTH touisvilieJKy i TELEPHONE 1872 Xlfi CfleJ4nibt Sons CPj i T FURNITURE CARPETS r iP JRUqS ND DRAPERIES r COR 4TH WALNUT ST LOUISVILLE fY tp JAMES MtM71EQ ji OFFICE ULtI 1ULlLtLU ATRESIDENOE PHONE 3f Columbia Ky i vOTEOpJfl4yi- A xtioa apL aExauibfrree at Qfioe Ip tj b 1 M ri t FOR ANNOYING tirIicL THE PRESIDENTS NEW JERSEY MAN ARRESTED BY SECRET SERVICE OFFICERS or Months He Has Been Writing Let ters Attacking Roosevelt For His Canal Position Etc Montclair N J Jan 6John Peabody who lives just over the Orange mountains here was arrested by secret service officers from Washington on a charge of annoying President Roosevelt For months the president it is alleged has been receiving letsters attacking him for his position on the Panama canal question on railroad rates and in fact in every promi nent public matter that has come up or discussion Thesef letters are saidI o have been offensive and were mail ed at different points in this section at Bloomf eld some at Montclair nd others at Verona The writer ave his name but not his address and there was much difficulty in finding him The detectives say he was finally found hsre in a public library where he was preparing another letter when he was arrestedcPeabody was taken before the authorities and after a severe lecture and upon promising to cease annoying the president with his letters he was allowed to go THE CONDEMNED ATTORNEY Petition For the Exercise of Executive Clemency in A T Patricks Case Albany N Y Jan 6Gov Higgins received a petition for the exercise of executive clemency in tie case of Al bert T Patrick the New York law yer confined in the Sing Sing prison under sentence to die in the week be ginning January 22 for the murder of the aged millionaire William Marsh RiceThe petition is signed by nearly 100 well lrnown persons including law yers physicians and chemists clergy men and laymen and is based upon the ground that there is reasonable doubt of his guilt The signers of the petition include Grover Cleveland John G Carlisle ExSupreme Court Justice Edward W Hatch and a large number of promi nent members of the New York city bar Samuel L Clemens Mark Twain Allan lI Lane Hamilton the well known alienist Dr Austin Flint head of the Bellevue medical school and many other physicians and chemists of standing Rev Dr Charles H Parkhurst Rev Dr Madison C Pe ters Rev Dr Thomas Hughes David Belasco Lieut Col H D Borup U S A retired and Robert Erskine Ely director of the league for political education CHINESE COMMISSIONERS The Party Arrived at Honolulu on the Steamer Siberia Honolulu Jan GThe steamer Si beria arrived here bringing a party of 59 Chinese including two commis sioners of the emperor China They are en route to the United States and other principal countries of the world to study industries and political con ditionsSecretary Root cabled Gov Carter several days ago requesting that the distinguished Chinese visitors be shown courtesies They were receiv ed by the officers of the National Guard and escorted to the consulate The commissioners called on the gov ernor at noon and were received byj him assisted by a delegation of prom inent local business men In the afternoon Judge and Mrs Dole gave a reception in honor of the visitors Many members of the party are young men who will be placed in American educational institutions or in commercial positions PUBLIC LANDS Over 1000000 Acres in Arizona and New Mexico Withdrawn Washington Jan 6By an order issued December 30 last by the secre tary of the interior and made public Friday over a million acres o public lands in Arizona and New Mexico were withdrawn from all forms of disposal except under the mineral laws for inclusion within forest reserves The distribution by acres iiksf fol lows Arizona Nayajo reserve 3p 516 Black Mesa reserve 390000 Huachuca reserve 345000 New Mex co Magdalena reserve 148000 San Mateo reserve 460000 STRUCTURALIRONWOKERSIs It To ICall a National Strike New YorkJan66Frank M Ryan president of the international Asso ciation of Stratiturail Ir6nwi rkerstpok personal charge of the strike of the union men J1 refQr an increa f ay from 450 f9f 5 a day He said he found conditions so Satisfactroy that he did not now qonsiderit n cessarj call a national strike- BusinessFailures jJ New York Jan 6Bnsiness fait ares in the JJm ed States for the week Binding January 4itiumber 220 igadnst 212 last week 278 inhe like nfeete of 1905 and 2j2rin l904 In Can da failures for theweeknurnber 22 19 against 18 ast r 1k 4 i 4c LESSENS FEELING OF PAIN Rays Tried for Restlessness of Suffer ering Infants and in Asylums in Cases of Mania London Interesting experiments with blue light as an agent for producing analgesia or insensibility to pain the discovery of Prof Redardhave been carried out by Dr Harvey Billiard ana e o gfTimes and Hospital Dr Hilliard states that he found that a blue light had on himself a most distinctly calming influence a desire to close the eyes and leep is experienced and after some minutes sensibility to pain is lessened For instance the difference between a light pressure made with the tip of the easilyIactual pain being felt unless a still deeper pressure were exerted I believe that the presence of a blue lamp suitably placed might give factory results in the treatment satisI somnia owing to its calming I have tried it with some benefit in one ase and similarly in restlessness infants suffering from a mild illness and in asylums in case of mania it is con ceivable that blue light rays might be of value This view is supported by the fact that red lights have been found to have a beneficial effect upon smallpox as it is inimical to the vitality of the g bDrity of the blue rays in the case of the ex traction of teeth One man said under its influence he felt no pain when the molar was extracted and returned to have two others removed by the same agency WORKS FARM LIKE A MAN Wife of Man Who Becomes Insane Saves Property by Her Exertions Complimented by Judge Knightstown IndThe final settle ment in the Henry circuit cdurt of the estate of George Shewmaker reveals story of how a plucky little woman theI a brave fight to save the farm two children and maintain the family respectability after she had been de prived of a husbands help when he was Shew hospitalII Thrawley county George Shewmaker a brother of the murdered man went insane from ing over his brothers untimely broodt Shortly before he had and when he was committed everyone thought the farm would revert to the original owner Not so however for the brave littleIwife set heroically to work met notes as they fell due paid the taxes regularly and the court has just authorIized the administrator of the turn tile farm over to her All the while Mrs Shewmaker worked the farm herself marketed the and did all the farm work without cropsI assistance and at the same time she sent her children to school When Judge Morris issued his order he publicly com plimented the little wbman for the brave fight she had made and declared that it was more than many men could have doneI1YpsilantiWho Get Queer Package Ypsilanti Mich There is a new ver sion of the Cinderella story which is more up to date than the original which has done duty through several genera ions According to the new one the modern prince is going about Ypsilanti inspect princessesiteeth may possibly fit carrierstmademail boxes one of them discovered a set of false teeth in one of the boxes The teeth were not wrapped up or labeled as to their destination nor was postage prepaid So that the authorities have no idea as to their ultimate destination Just how they came there is also a wanIdereror teeth were destined as a gift for some member of the force is not known The teeth will be kept a week and then re turned to the dead letter office as un mailed matter LEFT FORTUNE BY A VAG Denver Sheriff Befriended Stranger Who Wills Him 32000 at v His Death Denver ColFelix ONeill formerly sheriff of Denver county has just re ceived 32000 by the will of a man named Garrity who was serving sentence for vagrancy when ONeill then a detective became interested and helped him upon his feet Garrity told the officer that he had come west to make his rtneandwas JdIldlyhearthe had left jail fed and clothed him and gave him a start The old man soonftef Denver butoften returned and ONeII never Had a truer friendtThe ratio Opauperisrn lii Lonl-oI rsen per 1000 hii9oc 4 at teJ DOINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE The County Unit Local Option Bill Introduced in the Senate Frankfort Jan 12Theold county unit local option bill was introduced in the senate by Senator Cammack which provides that if the whole cowl ty votes dry at the same time then the precincts that voted wet shall o with the majority and remain dry but if the hole county goes wet then those precincts that are already dry shall remain dry It win cause the same old hard fight as in former years for the liquor men are opposing the bill Senator Harbe son offered a bill to increase the pay of the state railroad commissioners and adding to the present overworked clerical force resolution the house fixed Janu IBy as Goebel Memorial day and a authorized to select an orator and arrange a proper program Representative Overstreet submitted a petition largely signed asking for the repeal of the law against net fishing and asking for a law to protect fish A concurrent resolution urging the senators and representatives from Kentucky in congress to use their efforts to secure improvements in the waterways of the state was offered by Representative Gabbard of Owsley J T Morris of Oldham presented a petition from the inmates of the Kentucky Confederate home asking that the legislation providing for pensions e favorably acted upontTHE SUSPECTED YEGGS S They Were Identified As Being in Shoals Ind Last WeekILouisville Ky Jan 12Dr R J Sieghiund of Shoals Ind Thursday Ll0ntifl d John Bohn and lames Mar- int under arrest here as suspects in connection with the robbery of the Al baugh bank at Shoals as men whose scth he had examined about two cslts ago James Jones marshal at iitchell Ind recognized James Cam j on another one of tho suspects as a man he had seen there ten days ago The five men were held in 2000 bond ach until January 15 GETS LIFE SENTENCEa VilliamH York Found Guilty of Kill ing His Brother Lawrenceburg Ky Jan 1 2Wil Viani H York 68 was given a life sen tonce for the murder of his brother James 11 aged 75 James Bast was tjlven a similar sentence for alleged complicity in the crime several weeks ao The Yorks are wealthy farmers t rid it is said William was diSPleased hiSIIBrakeman Terribly Mangled Cynthiana Ky Jan 12 Edward Long 22 unmarried brakeman on an L N freight train while switch rg cars caught his foot in the frog of a switch Before he could remove It n train bard ovar him cutting Ms body length vse in two peces and criig off hie head and btith legs WcnYan Bsaterj and Robbed IxniirviUe Ky Jan 12As ilss lanche Tiemey was gains to Irr home on West Erosiaray sh3 was stoppe by two pinm e ofv whom struck t in thb t atiJlq Ith bras IcmicKs iisclvin her uisEschvis The maiv 3oe her rliuug S A New Judicial District London1 Xyv Jail i2rTie le fsla turn wiL fee asked ft create auv 3vcical dssret f1t the 2Gth 2Ttli intlorsIby tha jjrlg s fidCpn ivir earths Icel eys in the tln e Uislriets to bo c eJhy tile bar and people fyiQcnshiners Fired Louiivillo Ky Jan 12James and Cleveland Gray father and son of Ilardin county vsre fined 100 each and given rio days in jail on a charge of selling ijor Judje Evans recognized the father as having been bsfora him for raconshining in 1892 The Baroness Has R c VeredI Louisvile Ky tan 12 Arthur VonImany for lameness with which she had been afflicted all of her life has entirely recovered ICof Nelson Not Reappointed Frankfort Ky Jan 12Gov Beck ham in Sending recommendations to the senate did not reappoint Col R W Nelson of Newport a member ol collegeplacingty in his stead Arrest Stopped Wedding Glasgow Ky Jan t2Grover Cleveland Jones was arrested as he was leaying the1untyc1erks office with his marriage license He had been hiding since October when a mule belonging to Frank McMurty disappeared Senator McNutt Seated Frankfort Ky Jan 12iii5ie state senate by a party Vote onedemocrat voting with the republican minority Louisiby H H Sims reniiblican Between 12 and IF ch rchesaT day or between 4iQOQ atid 5000 a year are built Jh this country r THE I JackofallTradesEl ISaws Wood Grinds Feed Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Press IFor This Paper to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per particular9I FairbanksMorse Coy W Main Street ILOUISVillE EN TUCkL W F JEFFRIES SOX Agto GIVEN FREE IThe Cincinnati Enquirer has just sstised a New Valuable up to date Wall Chart of three Sheets six pages each 28 inches wide 36 inches long entirelyNew lbringinghisarc kiradall Electric and Traction Railroads are shown all Rural Mail Routes and portraits ofall the Governors MagnificentChart vI h crtrat3 of all the PresidentsJ Lip ot Panama showing Canal sen rith data relative to the great Cc irl now being Lmlt by the JrJr Suites ore rthe greatest terprses ever attempted a zcpgraphical Map of the Russia fpsiie j War district with data and 4riils of the two great Armies and avie battle fields etc including 2 last Naval battle in the straits of jCcres A nap of the World with Names Rulers Coats of Arms Flags of Nations Steamship Routes with is and Statistics of great worth Qiher maps are the Philippine dr Hawaii Alaska and PortO lco in all nine distinct maps tAn index will locate any point ired and is so simple a child canf JT5tand it The Chart is new ccrcctand up to date making it am TV 31 uable educator indespensabler jr the Home School Library or College The selling price is 250 yet its J rlh is many times greater The vquirer Company is giving this hart Free to subscribers of thes e kiy Enquirer who remit one dslLiir ijr a years subscription or for a jifr rsvral of old subscription Agensc3in cpa rich harvest soliciting zsatess iv this grand offer Addreiifr ENQURE2 ccnPANY ccEnti Ohio NOTICE IUTE ARE NOW READY TO DO ANY KIND Iof Blacksmithing horseshocing and vrocd 11Repairing9kinds of now RUBBER TiRE We keep a stock of the tesJ material and n pairs Work done at oar hcp la guaranteed In workmanship and prIces Shop located on depot street near Main Give us a call- CLARK PASSOJcK- Campbellsville Ky Mar l srJ i Stone Stone AttorneysAtLaw JAMESTOWN KEHTUef OiWill V courts in this andii adjoining counties 0 J Special attention given IreenonEi ILMORE HOTELi ii First shiss Table r Good Sample JRoosK t Fed Stablv it Ieaionabe Rates 1 f1IlILMOPo FRO i r vfi1h e 1 r l1J tt t t r JZ i f ppI v tr i f 7 i jifft i r ie 1 K d r IT titit 7 TTT 7 LTI I7T P l t ir8 THE ADAm COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 17 1906 t CORRESPONDENCE ADAIR AND ADJOINING COUNTIES It J PHIL Mr Coleman manager of ColS umbia Singletree Company here this week they are running the mill day and night working two sets of hands hMrOklahoma Ter He will also visit New Mexico Mr JC Lay the new deputy sheriff was here on business this weekbMr J R Toms our hack driver on Liberty route is ont again af ter having been laid up with sprained ankle Mss Myrtle Baldock is attending school at Russell Springs Mr Frank Napier is clerking for JF Gadberry while latter is visiting in the west Miss Ethel Allen is at school at Liberty Miss Myrtle Baldock at Russell Springs and Miss Del ar Combest at Middlesboro Twenty Year Battle IIwas a loser in a twenty year bat tIe with chronic piles and malignant sores until I tried Bucklens Arni Salve which turned the tide by curing both till not a trace remains writes A M Bruce of Farmville Va Best for old ulcers cuts burns and wound 25c at T E Paulls druggist C7SOBRRY 1Mrs 0 H McClister is confin ed to her room with pneumonia feverItThe singing school at Keith S chapel conducted by Prof J W Turner closed last Thursday- sJohn Darnell will run the M Ermine Pollys farm this year 4 Wyatt Thomas made a good record with his gun Christmas He fired thirtyfive shots and on lymissed four They were all on the wing Mrs Samantha Gadberry has been on the sick list for sometime Darnell Brothers are doing a good business with their turning lathe and planing mill Zack Darnell who has been on the sick list for the past two weeks is no better Wheat is looking very promis ing in this section A Tragic Finish A Watchmans neglect permitted a leak in the great North Sea dyke which a childs finger could have stop ped to become a ruinous break devastating an entire province of Holland In like manner Kenneth Mclver of Vaneeboro Me permitted a little cold to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was only averted by Dr Kings New Dis covery He writes Three doctors gave me up to die of lung inflamation caused by a neglected cold but Dr Kings New Discovery saved my life Guaranteed bes cough andcold cure atT E Paths drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free- sS4S DUNNIZILLE- Everything is quiet since the holidays are over but our mer chants are having a very good trade M N Moser died last Monday I morning of kidney trouble and his remains were taken to Mill 1viUe Penn his former home F for interment In his death t f community loses a good citizen r j and the family a kind and indul gent fatherandIhusband Mrs Dickerson who fell from rher horse a few days agoaild F broke her leg is getting along Yerrwell C Jt 4Y W E Cundiff our hustling y li aarIi1l JpaD is5now putting chismillonshort LIP t creek I t 1 Leshe ipetwill leave MQD rr ii t I 6J 5jt lI i i1 t i I dit n ct iier j t ti t i IPSf 7 W i x T UxVt rI f11 f1 iZgi k CJtJjJ jj tt illL tt1f tditAfIIqt fi7 1 f c i day for Louisville to work for the American Tobacco CohS J Bell of Mt Salem was here one day last week and bought 149 head of hogs We are alway gladto see Mr Bell e is worth a great deal to our community as he is always ready to trade He will either buy or sell You can sell him a doze eggs or a Green river farm ama he will sell you anything ushel of Irish potatoes to a blue grass far- miI ll try and giye you in my next a full history of Dunnville- our people and their occupations from Judge Bell down to Frank Bernard Hoping the News will prosper in the future as in the past Interesting News It will interest all readers of the News to hear that at last a genuine cure for Constipation Indigestion Liv ercomplaint Headache and Biliousness has been eound in Dr Caldwells lay aitivet nic purifying syrup with a mild ac tion and no bad after effects Sold by Pageaar 1 Money back if it fails S F 7S FZKSiZ 1 Le Mrs Rebecca Wooten who has been dangerously ill is better at this writing Married on the 7th Mr Olie Breeding to Miss Lyda Grilpin Rev J T Roach officiating Miss Alberta Bardin of Fair Play visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday- sElbert Nell of Gradyville where transacting business last Thursday Tilden Wheeler is building nice dwelling on his farm Dunk Murphy who got his arm broke a few days ago is improving Mrs Bettie Wheeler is visiting her parents near Bliss this week Quite a large crowd attended the Breeding and Gilpin wedding last Sundayafternoon Mr Milt England and wife of Nell visited Mr T F Curry and family Saturday night and Sun daysJ F Gilpin arid Olie Breeding were in Columbia Friday Miss Nannie Rowe who has been visiting her sister has returned home Chas Herriford of Bliss was at this place Thuresday Edd Staples was shaking hands with his friends here last week N SWheeler was in Grady ville Saturday Mr Olie Breeding and wife visited Mrs Breeding parents Saturday and Sunday Coming Events You can tell you are in fora danger ous sickness as soon as you begin to suffer from headache constipation etc unless you quickly take Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin This most successful cure for all disorders ot your digestive organs never fails to give relief from all the irritant poisons kept in by clogged bQw lsrliver and ofheValley at 50c andl 00 Money back f it fails RUSSELL SPRINGS Born tothe wife ofF L W ii son a fine girl f j V Mr John Payne and wife x e turned from a visit to Casey county VV Mr G A Kimb1ihs openedla feed stable in connection witn V 3 Y7i t J his hotel and he is now prepar ed to take care of the traveling publicoMiss May Epperson of Montpelier was with us last Friday William Richardson of Wayne county was visiting the Russell S Academy last week and him e brought five students v withi Miss Mintie Wilson who has been ill for some months is no better at this writing R C Hatfield fell during the snowy weather inflicting a pain 1ful woundkDet Acrees oranges ripen t s hheyt Miss Lola Waddle of Pulaski county left out town a few days ago suffering with toothache We all hope she will soon get re lief and return Stomach Cure For Colds It may seem queer to you that most colds begin in your stomach but its true Many a weak stomach chronic indigestion obstinate constipation etc weakens you all over andmake you an easy prey to any disease that may be stalking around Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin a hot bath nd a goodnights rest To prevent colds keep your digestion in good order with Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Quick relief for constipation billiousness etc Try it Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia and Page Moore Cane Valley at50c and 1 Money back if it fails PLLYTON Mrs T J Bell and children of Hustonville were visiting at J H Pellys last week The following gentlemen at tendedcourt at Cloumbia Mon day J H Pelly W H Lemons J T Lemons W OPelly G W Rubarts and your correspondent Jas Wardof Casey reek bought hogs from the following 15L5 from Wesley Lemon 5 from R K Jones 14 from Ellis Bros 13 from J C Pelly Mr Walter Cunningham and Miss Annie B Pelly were married at this place today Tues day Mr Cunningham lives in Roley and is very popular in society Miss Pelly is a daughter of T J Pelly a wealthy farmer of this neighborhood Rev J R Woodrum officiated They be greatly missed from thE- ociety circle May peace and happiness attend them through life is the wish of the writer Miss Annie Williams of near Columbia is visiting at this place Mr Everett Hood of Mt Pleasant was here Sunday Wm Hobson will move his hickory mill to this place this place this week A Hard Lot of troubles to contend with spring from a torpid iver and blockaded bow els unless you awaken them to their proper action with Dr Kings New Life Pills the pleasantest and most ef fective cure for Constipation They prevent Appendicitis and tone ub the system 25c at T E Paulls drug tore CJtNEYFSgK The annual move and exchange of renters and buyers is about over and almost everyone is beat ed for the year 1906 J Mc Scott and Mr StapP of the Columbia Spectator passed through here Sunday on their way to Gree burg The wife ofJ A Neigles is very low and not expected to live V he snow that fell here Mon bij it brought with it some oli i- weather andconsiderabjejce 9 U he creeks arid l fdsfr seoitwrfei j 2iilt5jflf r 4IIfI t jlJ rj rJ I3P7 i 1 tr tff6if tL Jof 1t it i1 J store and post office at Romine the past four years have sold L ut and will locate at Bowling Green where they have accept ed positions in a coca cola plant managed by R B Wilson form erly of Cane Valley Mrs JT Sublett has been on he sick list the past week but is mprovingS T S Scott and Fred Cowherd are feeding 35 head of hogs for the February market At the public sale of the houseHa hold and personal property Christie at his home at Has last Wednesday evryf thing soldatfair prices They ave sold out to go West and will locate in Oklahoma They are goodneighbors and will be missed fromour community Norman Christie of Columbia was here Wednesday to attend his brothers saleteFarmers through this section have done very little toward the crop of the coming season Very little ground has been broken andno fencing or done neAtinbodywill be done GENTRYS 7TCI LL Rev Thomas and wife the traveling ministers closed the Bible school at Freedom Mon day Mrs Frank Montgomery of Ozark is very sick at her fath ers Mr W M Conover Mr W M Womack of this place who has been in feeble health for some time is not ex pected to live but a short time News reached this place thi Spi MWayneDean of this place shot and kill ed two men by the name of PrincesSA very enjoyable party was given at the home of V Sullivan and sister Miss Delia Saturday night An unusually large crowd of youg people was present and a very pleasant and enjoyable lasocialmusic Mr Volney Sullivan and sister Miss Delia who have been selling goods at this place closed out their store and have moved to Columbia They made many friends during their stay among us and we are sorry to see then i leave GLSNUILLS Mrs jeTll sonville Ind is visiting relatives- here F P Strange and Willis Loy have moved to Dr S P Millers farmfoMrs 0 M Willis has been quite sick for several days Mrs Mary L Wheat who fell from her door several days ago sand was considerably bruised is able to stir about again Mrs Sallie Burgess of Ce mentville Indi accompanied b YSor her fatlferih4aw Mr Burgess citildaThe following masons from 0intheburiaVoMr JamesdIGarnettLewis Claud Hobson W A ojfej5 Jo Coffey Iti AD PatEteson Gordon Montgomery EGiItkins GThethis place on business Thursday U P H gf0ef bbr ne gRtborfiood L PHt of Jiet Anther Cojeyof Russell8 ptheo Thepsries are Prparingore Kentucky cQr rJ f efr iLc itlft 1 1t 5 ony at Elida New Mexico W Taylor and family WE Collins and family and Jo Powell Basil Chapman is in that country now Several others will go the party to look at the country and probably file claims stEldcounty who has been represent ing a Tenn nursery in this section for some time preached ai interesting sermon at the Christian church Sunday nightTi C Grider ys and wife Sam Walkup and wife and Andy Walkup of Riis l county attended the funeral Mr C 0 walkup last Sundayh Miss May Webb is relatives in Clinton county F A Strange of our townIwilh teach a winter Rugby Eli A Strajige one of our best achers has an interesting scholl at this place it will continue throughout the winter Eli Rabon and Miss Lula Ross were united in marriage Wed TgELI We have had lots of snov and rain in the last few days Mr B H Mitchell spent a day Irs1LulaA series of meetings are beingI conducted by the Revs Buck Burton and JoelHBolin at Parks Ridge Died on the llth Tresse Harris daughter of Col Harris hctureonday on its first tour through ulaski and Wayne counties At a meeting of Russell Springs odge of the I 0 0 F on ha- atuFday night the following officers were installed W I Thomas N GM F Upton V G W H Hopper Sec S Har rj isMr J M Russell and wife visited the family of At Gadberry st Saturday and Sunday MrG B Hart has begun plowing for corn The new road from Eli to the Somerset and Columbia road has been worked and is now in good order BLISS Now we are in the clutch of real winter the first and heav st snow fall of the season com g early last week Fred Troutman arrived last Friday night from North Dakota Having lived in the far northern ime for the last three years he und our climate rather warm for him Miss Laura Herriford Burkes ville has been staying with her ck sister Mrs C M Herriford returning home Wednesday Mesdames W Rand P V Grissom of Columbia were visit s in this locality Saturday Gordon Montgomery of your ty was here last week on insurance business New Years day dawned glori with the usual accompani ent of resolutions Whoever id make any such vows should ick em out Judge Herriford and wife of alurkesvilledays since by the bedside of Mrs M Herrifdrd who has fyeen illf G A Atkiniand wife of Mn own visited IttM L Grisspms aturdaynightS I Jas G Thomas of Pollardfs Glwipel Bectipn was mingling in otMidsl lastSunday D v heHifS J 4ct icHio 3i 1 L I 1i f i j2 land of Bliss Sunday Rev G Y Wilson and wife Thursray at L Gris 1soms R E Tandy Son well known ock dealers of this place are- ngaginge cattle for February 1st to 10th delivery 1Mr N M Mercer and son Tit- Su of MilltQwn were looking ver a farm in this community 0 C Morrison salted away a large porker last week that should have tipped the beam at 700 ounds The colored hands who elped him at the work vigorous ly declared that it would go to 800 or 900 Presumably they guessed by the troy weight Mr orrisson is one of our best young hovIThere is much sickness in this community but we are pleased t note that most of the sick are on the road to recovery Those who are on the sick list are Mrs C M Herriford Miss rannie Sandidge Mrs H R- hurmon Ivan Patteson Ray Flowers R H and Melvin Gris som C C Henson Jake Miller Chas and Sawney Browning Deptuty sheriff TC Davidson VaS in this section Thursday in the interest of the Board ofSup ervisors TARiER IThe wheat prospects are very g and we expect a better yield than usual Willie Tarter who has been at Rantoul HI for the past year as returned to his Old Ky ome to stay J C White who is in the mercantile business at Sano Ky will leave for Louisville in a few days FrankaWhite and Miss Cassie Shepherd the rites were solemized by Judge Gann Jamestown The grooms one of Adairs prosperous far mers the bride is an accomplish ed daughter of D G Shepherd Russell county We extend our congratulations The young people of this com munity have had a few socials one at W F Shepherds and one at W G Shepherds and one at W D Tarters Uncle Bob Cravens left the 1st of the year for Kansas with a veiw of locating Mr James Kern who has been in business for some time is erecting a large business house Henry Grindstaff sold his entire possessions last Saturday land will leave for Rantoul Ill in a few days Bro Goodwin will fill his regular appointment at this place Sat urday and Sunday Mr Ther Brockman and Miss Bertha Fisher were united in the iolybondof matrimony Dec 31st Rev Geo Dehart officiating We wish them great success through the journey of life Your correspondent had the pleasure of enjoying a surprise birthday dinner at TW Wheats which was given by his most estimable wife A great many friends and relations were present and after all had eaten tf the elegant dinner they enjoyed J themselves around the good fires in social conversation and was a very enjoyable occasion to all present Q S Dtinbar DENTIST OFFICE FROJTC ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BlTILDfNiG PHONE NO 40 RING Si Oolmbla Kentutky f 4U j SS J