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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ri yrk y r71t ut rt a Srf l f yJ r f r i i t i 4c uIr M y i lf K a4- d a kr l t ikl 1 i 4il 2 h J I VOLUME 9 icoLuMBn ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24 1906 NUMBER 11 Directorys Ztf 1 POST vl t J lL RUSSELL POSTMASTER tJJPETE CONOVER DEPUTLa 9Office hours week days 730 L m to SI 7 COURT C CULT COURT Three neasiona yearThird Monday in January thud Monday to May and thirdMonday in September CircuifJiidreHC Baker v ttmmoBwamltihTB AttorBey AA Huddk8tt boa Sheriff W B Pattesoh ClrcultClecr Couxrr COII1TFlrat o3iitch month Judfce Junius Hancock yy County Attorney GT Smyw he ClerkT B Stulta JailerA W Tutf 1 AssssasrG W Surveyor W M McCubbin School SuptMts G R Shsltan Coroner C W Rowe Cur CoUa- TllayorCapt W W Bradshaw JudgeAttorneyGordon Montgomery Marshal fCHURCHa t rr 7 RESBYTEB v f Clem3itfr pastor Services l 1i- tr each month SundaySchool at 9 a m every Sab Tbath Prayermeetin every Wedneadaynfcht METHODIST B0RKE3VOM STREETRevA R Kasey Pastor Services 1st 2nd and 3rd Sundays to eacttooath r SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9am fyer eot g Thursday night BAPTIST tJBEENSBURG STREETRev J P Scruggs pastor Tirst and third Sundays in each month Sunday j School every Sabbath at 9 L m Prayenneetra Wednesday night CHRISTIAN CAMPBELLSVILIE PncEEtd A L Oder pastor Services second and Fourth Sundays in each month- S SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 m Prayermeetinsr Wednesday night 0 LODGE MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A M meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery W M E G Atkins Secretary COLUMBIA CHATTER R A M No 7 meets Friday night after full moon SAM LEWIS H P Horace Jeffries Secretary COLXBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month 1EG ATKINS T L M T Rv STULTS RECORDER I 1 Hotel AND Restaurant W N Brinton So- nProprietorSJ litICOMFORTABLE ROOMS The trade of Adair and adjoiLingtcounties solicited LEBANON KENTUCKY JAMES TRIPLETT DENTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY ISTOFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK W E Iiestetv DENTIST Jamestown Kentucku Iam prepared to fix Pumps Tinwork Woodwork and all kinds of repairing a specialty Horseshoeing and Blacksmithing 1 am prepared to do your buggy repairing on short notice LOCATIONWATER STREET v WDE H EUBANKS t i ti kt ti GOOD FEELING PREVAILS The People art Ready jahd Want the Fiscal Court to Act We have talked to quite a number of Adair countys best citizens and tax payers within the last three weeks con the improvements that shouldI be made in the county in the bridges and roads and so far we have found eVery man on the progressive side of every proposition The good that the people have and jire delving from the bridges already built the small portions of good roads made with in the last year or two together with the tremendous amount of mud holes where solid roads were not made is calling attention to the importance of more bridges and better roads The tax payers are willing to put s up for such improvements but are not will ing to pay a heavy tax unless solid substantial improvements are realized The fiscal court should weigh well both of these questions and set the standard of attainment high A full levy for road and bridge purposes will create a fund if properly applied for 4 years that will build all the bridges needed and make many miles of pike where the people will cooperate with the county in this important work If we are to have better roads we must theensstone is the most serious proposition with the people If the Fiscal court will purchase a rock crusher and oper atfcit where the people are willing to spread the stone then new life and en ergy will assert their hatred for mud Jiples and a new era will be brought about but if the people are not aided in this manner then we cannot see the use of spending much money fooling with the roads The whole story is briefly summed up as follows three or four more bridges are badly needed every part of the county has bad roads the people are thoroughly awake to the importance of both the bridges and roads and are will ing to be taxed to get them s The Magistrates and County Judge have been elected to protect and ad vance the interest of the county and if improveRegnlar duty to span the streams and blot out the mud holes The time to begin is this year and an uninterrupted pull of four years will show the worth of this move FRATERNAL AND BENEFIT SOCIETY Woodmen of the World on a Boom in ColumbiaOrganized with 27 Members Mr T S Nelligan of Louisville Ky Dist Manager of the Woodmen t of the World who has been in our town for the past week working in the int erestof the Order has met with great success He instituted a camp here Friday night the 19th inst of 27 members composed of some of our best cit izens and he says that before he gets through he will have a camp of 50 good substantial men Mr Nelligan says the charter is still open and those wishing to take advantage of it should do so at once This camp is to be known as Nelligan Camp that being the name selected at their meeting Mr Nelligan is highly elated with the honor conferred on him and it is but natural that he will give a great deal of his time to the camp that bears his name The following officers of the Camp were elected John W Flowers Consul Commander Geo T Flowers Advisor Lieutenant- S L Powell Banker Sam N Hancock Clerk M C Winfrey Escort W Fred Myers Watchman- S C Strange Sentinel RY Hindman Physician TB Cravens Capt of pegree Team Sam F White ManagersS J Mc Scott Past Consul Command er Nelligan Camp starts out under favorable prospects and we predict fo it a great future The Camp meets to night Tuesday a Mrs Sue Grissom of Bliss who been afflicted for several months with a aprainedankle and had just recovered sufficiently to take exercise was thrown from a buggy Friday and the healing tendons painfully wrenched id trr f 4 6 ra y r i c S n N NNN rjIj II50TH SESS10N Igfl SflooL 11 r fR i Schaol ttf Central University of Danville IIrep SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS PREPARING KentUCkYfFOR COUNTY AND STATE CERTIFICATES Classes finllShforthand and Bookkeeping al y in progress Nw classes in these Branches ileadru ri a rT saf aiitaimsi acst be organized at the beginning of next term 111Ohlenmlcher COMPETENT TEACHERS IN EVERY DEPARTMFNT I THE SCHOOL OFII Boarding Facilities unsurpassed Two good Boarding Homes on College Campus iI Rates very Reasonable Next term begins January 1st 1906 For further information I ADDRESS t JIMO W FLOWERS Secretary f t LSNNNNN NNN N PERSONAL ME NTION THE COMERS AND O 0E R S Mr Sam Lewis left Sunday for Louis ville N B Kelsay Glensfork was here Monday Mrs Bettie Atkins is on the sick list this week Dr Ji H Grady returned to Monti cello Friday 0 A Bertram of Jamestown where as Thursday Eld Z T Williams of Montpelier was in town Friday G T Flowers of Gradyville attend ed court here Friday G W Robertson of Lebanon ed Columbia Friday night Mr and Mrs W T Dohoney were shopping in town Friday Dr N M Hancock of Cane Valley visited his family here Sunday Hon coE Stone of Monticello was here a fewdays of last week R H Grissom was in town Friday chairrMrs P H Zearbaugh of Indiana returned to her old home near Pellyton last week nsMiss Edna Lewis who has been piv ail extended itt Louisville return ed home last Thursday KrlIiltonHurreUisin a feeble state of health rid has been close in his room for several days ha r K r r s brik y Mr D C wheeler was in town Fr day J B Barbee was in Louisville las week Elbert Nell of Gradyville was here Friday T W I Ingram of Knifley was here Friday Jo Williams Montpelier was here Friday WH Flowers of Bliss was here Saturday Miss Carrie Flowers is visiting at Bliss this week v NH W Aaron Liberty attended court here last week c Mr Hugh Mitchell of Bliss is on the sick list this week Mr and Mrs J D Walker attended services at Union Sunday YwaS H Mitchell returned from a business I tripto Metcalfe Saturday Dr and Mrs J N Murrell spent Sunday at ST Hughes of Bliss DimpleConover Rowe Saturday night f hubeenlviai1I9ndaY1orG11hri Oklahoma W tJ Me tMittI j J iic c 2 r In k 4 z Wr tiF F superiors and few equals in this section of the State ji the reach roY NN s NN NNN Mrs Mariah Sexton of East Fork was quite sick at the home of her daughter Mrs W Tt Dononey last week I Mr Geo whose illness was reported a few weeks ago is still in a dangerousxjonditiqn His son Horace feverlMr Wm Francis Bliss has accept Servicetat to take up the work Mr T H Cook of IllIS visiting his brother Mr Geo Cook near Co umbia He left here 26 years ago an this is his first visit Mrs Walker Bryant was in a danger ous condition last week with pneumon ia but we are informed that the critical period is past and she is recovering Mr S W H Petty of Pettis Fork was in town Saturday and reported the inl or roll Messrs Lee and Lynn Mitchell o fettthe L W T S are visiting their fath er who is reprsenting Green and Tay lor counties in the lower house at FrankfortMr Myres of Hartcounty was m town Friday and called on the News He is one of our charter members and after renewing for this year said Keep it coming Mrs Annie Thorpe and son Carl will leave next week for her home Pensa f1tmsCitywlIIand remain several months Jo Cooover who has a position with the Phi Delta Portra t Co Chik- r Y ti ff f i1r t Ir ti wr r- nNNN lj was assigned West Virginia for the coming season He left Saturday morn ing to work several localities in this state before going to that territory Mr P A Wisdom of Edmonton was in Columbia last Saturday and had us to place his name on our mailing list hehadandhadthe paper on first opportunity which he did LISTdThe News Honor RoIIls Your Name Written There i Following are paid subscribers since j tour last issue T B Lyon B F Kelt say Mrs Fancy Duvall J S Duvall WF Owsley J B Towne N RiWaggener P H Burress Solomon Turpin E W Hopewell W G Holla day Mrs Hattie H Rowe H K Pick S H Myers P A Neilson G W Robertson S W H Petty R R Con over J W Richards J S Naylor John R Murrell P A Wisdom Jas Butler L E Williams Mrs J S But ler C M Breeding Dr O S DunbarfDENTIST t YOFFICEFRONTROO aicyJEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 tING r3 i Colui D1 t 1 1 tiif r CoJIc Jt i r j l t I4 4 rje- tl r L ir l y 1 r r t 1IlE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBJAY JANUARY24f49O6 l 7 4 i p r MILLIONS OF- i WHEELER i WttSON fIlotaryllook Lockstitch ID Sewiig Machines have been sold during the past half century affording gratification and satisfaction to the users 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 reason the Rotary Hook with its contin uous motion admits of y a greater speed and eliminates vibation so trying on the nerves SEND FOR BOO- KLET7DCOVr 1COL1J7BI KY I r FEELING i 0 LIVERISH t This Morning TAKE A Gentle Laxative lt And Appetizer J CM Wiseman Son 4Mers aodjotlciaiis DEALERS IN PfPOinnQ QtnupQ Uldlllulluii allll 0Special attention given to workand tfillorders of goods in our line NoV 132 West Market bet 1st and 2nd Oppo NUte Music Hall x LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY f8 in ry Simeon ISalo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any Surgical work d neat4air prices Uney due when work is done or stock C5emoved from stable AatPixED TO TAKE CARE OF STOCK SPECIAL ATTENTION TO EYES S D CRENSHAW iIJD le from Columbia on Pissapomiinent z US MBIRTAKERS SHOP rt i RuiseliSprlngsKy I have just opened an UnderiakerE 13bopat Russell Springs 1 keep ready i 4 for use all kinds of COFFINS ANDOASKETS- 1tit1 2 pnich will be sold atzh ros GiVe j a call and be convmce4thaitwouki- to yourmterettotroize myabo IJ LLt LtiY I t i t sr r 5 b KENTUGKIANS HOME COMING WEEK J Outline of the Program of Bifitvent in Louuisville next Jane The programme for Home Coming Week in Louisville June 13 to 17 when one hundred thousand former Kentuckians are expected to go back to their native heath is rapidly taking shapeThe first day Wednesday June 13 will be known as Recep tion and Welcome day the second June 14 as Foster day the third June 15 asDaniel Boone day the fourth June 16 as Greater Ken tacky Day and thefifth Sunday June 15 as Until We Meet Again The address of welcome is to be delivered by Henry Watter son and responded to by David R Francis of Missouri Others on the programme are Wm Lindsay JJohn G Carlisle John M Harlan Thos T Crittenden Adlia E Stephenson etc There will be a civic and military parade onlthe first day and every county in the State will es tablish headquarters in the new Armory which is the second largest building of the kind in the United States On Foster cjayjthere will be several events inlmemory of the author of My Old Kentucky Home including the unveilingof a statue of Fost er which will later be cast in bronze and placed in the new Capitol at Frankfort Daniel Boone Day will be one of the features of the week during which there will be sewing bees apple parings corn huskings and oldfashioned dances The commercial Club has offered a hand some medal to the person pres ent on Daniel Boone Day who can prove the closest relation ship to the great pioneer On Greater Kentucky Day there will be barbecues campfires etc and orators will be given the opportunity to tell how Kentuckians have helped make other States greater by their having lived in them On Sunday former Kentuckians will fill all the pulpitsCin Louisville Send names andfaddresses of any for mer Kentuckians you may know to R E Hughes Secretary Com mercial Club Louisville KENTUCKIANS TO HONOR FOSTERS MEMORY The second day of Home Coming Weeklf or Kentuckians in Louisville June 13 to 17 will be known as Foster Day when a statue of the author of my Old Kentucky Home will be unveil ed The money to pay for this statue is being contributed by the school children of Kentucky The children of the Louisville public schools have already con tributed several hundred dollars Prof Jas H Fuqua Sr State Superintendent ofPublic Instrnc tieD has issued a letter to all city and county superintendents urging them to urge the teachers iin their jurisdictions to explain the plan to their pupils and take up collections If every school in the State will raise only a few dollars there will be enough money on hand to pay for the statue which will cost about 6000 FORMER KENTUCKIANS GOING BACK HOME The Louisville Commercial clui isTeceiveing daily hundreds of nyf of former Kentuckians residing in different countries who request that invitations be sentfth em to Home Coming T kjn Louisville June 13 to 17 The Commercial Club Under whoseaiipices the event j1lbe given has already re ceived teverafc thousand ani 1 i i 1t t it = lli 1e 5 5e i 01 1 1 covering every State and territory in this Union and thirteen foreign countries The COmmer- cial Club invites all Kentuckians to send to it the names and addresses of any friends or rela tives who now reside elsewhere These names should be forward ed at once to RE Hughes Secretary Louisville KENTUCKY HOME COMING NEWS NOTES It is believed that the railroads will grant a rate of one fare for the round trip from all parts of the United States to Louisville on account of Home Coming Week for all Kentuckians June 13 to 17- The Home Coming Week Committee in Louisville is ar ranging the following awards A medal to the former Ken tuckian present who comes the greatest distance a medal to the former Kentuckian present who has lived longest outside the State without having returned a medal to the former Kentuck ian present who left the State at the tenderest age a medal to the former Kentuckian present who left the State at the most ad vanced age- There will probably be in effect after Home Coming Week in Louisville June 13 to 17a rate of one cent per mile for former Kentuckians who attend the Home Coming week cere monies and wish to visit friends and relatives out in the State Governor J C W Beckham has been asked by the Home Coming Week Committee to oppoint a Commissioner for every county in the State to officially represent the counties during Home Coming Week in Louis ville These Commissioners will be in charge of the various coun ty headquarters where county registers to enroll the names of visitors will be opened The last Federal census shows that there are 600000 former Kentuckians living in other States The Louisville Commercial Club wants to get the names and addresses of as many of these former Kentuckians as possible and anyone having friends or relatives who have moved from the State will con fer a favor upon the Club by sending the names toR E Hughes Secretary Louisville n WHAT TUEEDITORSSAYEvani Owensboro Messenger E Z gests watching some of the ground out by the legista hopper Its cheaper to die saysl itor Landrum of the Cent i Record than attempt the c 1 sumption cure of 18 raw egG f ery day at the present pric eggs According to the philosophy of Editor Fuel of the Ashley r s pendent it is much eash l pretend to be what you are i than to hide what you realty Kentucky State Journal tJ ir few of the hundreds of bilk i ing thrown in the legislciiiv hopper will be found in the fJl ished grist Resorms s fyg fhepaper likeBoiriej arbnot builtjii a day Murray mesCal iives- an account AWaInothefB ceenicuraiSi son oftho- gaiette ff habifciby the laying yif of hand remedy Oiie dQsin t cases given brought tbcut i i ZiifZ1 1 ljb 1Q Ea Jtiii j f f i tf ft1b t q sirspeedy cure- Elizabethtown News predicts great things for the year and hasJJan optimistic condfience amounting elation and thing it will outdo all records sdfar as business Interests are concerned Benton Tribune Democrt ac cuses Judge Paynter of paint ing Frankfort very red during a recent visit when he met Black burn and Haldeman The pa per add Mr Blackburn accept ed his defeat cheerfully for he is a grand old man Pad u c a NewsDemocrat thinks loan sharks who tempt poor people to borrow money and charge interest many times great er than the original loan should be put out of business The city recently raised the license from 25 to 125 per year and the pa per say it was a laudable thing The Cincinnati daily papers will suffer in consequence of Bath county Ky going dry thinks the Ashland Independent Sensational specials report of murders etc will diminish 50 percent POULTRY PICKINGS The breeds are not profitable if they are mismanaged The smaller the ponltry quarter the cleaner they must be keptProvide nests where they are handy for hens and handy to gather eggs from Poultry is the cheapest most economical and best meat raised onthe farm Coarse food promotes digestion and helps to keep the fowls in a healthy condition Feed as much of it as possible Do not simply throw the water out of the drinking vessels and put in fresh water but wash the vessels thoroughly every time you change the water We suspect that in a good many cases where the egg yield fails to come though all due attention is said to be given to the poultry the fault is due to irreg ular care If market poultry is chiefly desired begin by killing off all twoyearold birds Discard also all of the late hatched stock as breeding from these tends to de crease the size of our stock An experienced farmer poul tryman says that the best way to keep poultry droppings is to put them in a barrel and keep them slightly moist using dishwater or soapsuds where avail able When fenced away from gar dens and flower beds fowels cause but little annoyance on the farm They do an immense amount of good in protecting crops by destroying insects Ohl82YcarsOli 1 am only 82 years old and dont ex pecteven when I get to be real old to feel thaway as long as lean get Electric Bitters says Mrs E H Brunson of Dublin Ga Surelytheres nothing else keeps the old as young and makes the weak as strong as this grand tonic medicine Dyspepsia torpid liv er inflamed kidneys or chronic consti pation are unknown after taking Elec I tris Bitters a reasonable length of time Guaranteed by T E Paull druggist Price SOc tVeekTy urn 1 ti 1tOtc f JThe News r l S555- H fI l 1 t fg f- J 4y Lr j YlZ xi 1J COLUMBIA STEAM LAUNDRY TELEPHONE 43 Is now in operation turning out firstclass work Our customers are all pleased and we are sure to please fryou Following are some of our prices SHIRTSioc to 12c COLLARS OcCUFFSUNDERSHIRTS8c tolOc DRAWERS8cto10cSOCKS per pair 4c to 5c HANDKERCHIEFS3c to 5c NIGHT SHIRTSlOcSHIRT WAISTS15 to25c CHEMISETTES5c to 1- 5eCOATSscWHITE VESTS15c to 25c 1PANTS 25c x 3cto5c BLANKETS25 to 5 Oc j TABLE CLOTHS dOe to 25- cCOUNTERPANESlOc to 20c LACECURTAINS40c to 1 FLAT WORK IRONED 5c per lb FLAT WORK ROUGH DRY 3c per lb ROUGH DRY FAMILY WASH4c per lb i SUITS OVERCOATS CLEANED PRESSED Special arrangements can be made by the week for fam ily washing Out of town agents can leave their laun dry at BECK STRANGES Grocery store Agents want ed in every town 1 HURT BEOS SHREVE Props i COLUMBIA KY Y z d E 1 V V V V- ISS27ciS1iSLWiII 11 I1flJtfiMPII1S Il Buggies Phaetons RunaboutsJ Surreys 9 iI WOODSON LEWIS E GREENSBURG KY v IE Has a contract SI to sell Vehicles 11duringvs D the season and will sell a prices j-5 lower than ever heard of for cash7Ic IE Expects to receive a carload al E most every week until all are dis E iEposed of Come and see us il1 SV 71E Nitro The greatest agricultural Culure in a thousand years Will grow 5IE7 IOODSON LEWIS GREENSBORG KY Si V 7i EVWViK7i7itII 7l7711 tOt7l 7i 7i M M 717j DBHLBR BROTHERSS116 East Market Street laOTTISVTT im KENTUCKY Carry all Heights in Stock SEND FOR- CATALOGUE AND PRICES Grist ALL To U INCn 68 INaI 41Nc1 4INCh 6 Iricn J8INCt HLWtM Pdi HRCS MAM III OIXDImsII W T PYNE PBE T FRED W HARDWICK SEOTY TRCAS IN TPYNEtlLL and SUPPLY 60 ESTABLISHED 186T INCORPORATED 1889 vv r x MILLWRIGHTS AND MAC INlSTS w Builders of Flour Cement Mills- iJistilleries and Rook Crushers tEAms OF INSrPEQXrILY ATTENDED 500 discovery STAaNUSTTU Jobbing Work V Solicited New and SecondHand e MACHINERY Shttt Iroiv an TtnkWtrk No t3Ql tHIRTtIEENTH and MAIN STS IPLU KENTt1 KY 1 tSZt iH i ilt tf 1 fi ff l z i g lh n 1 J i c 4tJ 1i 3lr ftk- ii r 2 t r F v THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 24 1906 1 F TO DELICATE WOMEN j You will never get well and strong bright happy h and free from pain until you build upypui 4 bloodmakingtonic i i e4mUIt Makes Pale Cheeks Pink vegetable1njeedtntsi orprofusemenstruaUoItf It Is a building strengthsnaking medicine for women the only medicine that Is certain to do you good Try It Sold by every druggest to 100 bottles WlHI US A IETTER- fredy and frankly la strictest confid 000 telUnf us all your symptoms and trtuMw We will send free advice n plain jMitf envelope how to AdvboryDepthCblttanooga Cbittanooj a Tiiin H YOU ARE FRIENDS orGaDatfnFor since taking Cardtd I have ttlntd 35 lbs and am In better health mykosbandinfeht in cold to all suffering THE BUSY MANS LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis and- Southwest IS VIA Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway HENDERSON ROUTE ff 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 Mexico on sale daily until April 30 Limit to return May 31 1906 TfSecondclass Colonist Rates to Southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays January arid Feburary 1906 ASK US FOR RATES J GaSIeger Traveling Passenger Agent IaieLPL L J Irvin General Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY GOTO i E LM HUGHES CO I i 123 E Main St Louisville Ky THE- Quickest Shipper Oftt Sash t I Doors t 1and Blinds IN THE BUSINESS N NJ 44I3 FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS t LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 333 Eri Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled AFirstclass Hotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale anl Retail Districts Churches and Theatres fji I iKE M r1fM nage Sr 4 ww s ir w IIIIIIIITITTTII TTTTirr I WANt L Jobirintiugw = ia i i f = CAr THENEWSj ii A Yr F II r tWATCHUR VERTISEIfENtrs t 1 lt j chir a bsr a0Yt np rJr Tt tFil 1 I drrldr f r r UVoMaeamTt MEN LIKE HEALTHY GIRLS I know a young woman who says she does not know what its to have a well day If you ask her how she feels she invariably has a head ache or indigestion or an attack ofnervousness or some other ail ment lama perfect martyr she will tell you complacently This may be so but I notice that the itmartyr1is always able to eat three hearty meals a day The truth is that most of her ailments are imaginary She loves to pose as a semiinvalid The other day I heard her tell ing a man how nervous and high ly strung she was Oh you goose I said to myself Cant you see what a mis take you are making in telling a man all this his admiration for you is decreasing visibly The man in question had been paying her quite marked atten tion but I very much doubt if he continues it after that conversa tionNo man wants to tie himself down to a complaining invalid lifeHe not looking for a burden to shoulder but a helpmate toI walk cheerily beside him Men have a profound admira tion for wholesomeness and healthSome girls seem to think it rather elegant to be delicate and helplessDelicacy of constitution is a great misfortune and as for the helpless girl she went out of fashion some years ago There is no habit more easily acquired than the one of always having something the matter with you Dont make a mountian out of every little mole hill of an indis position you may have Keep your small ailments to yourselfIf whine over every little pain you will get no sympathy when some real pain attacks you People grow weary of offering sympathy especially when they know there is no genuine cause itVery often the real sufferers are the ones who make no corn plaintIt is bad enough said one brave woman to know it my self without bothering all my friends with my woes The wouldbe invalid adopt such a doleful face and voice when you ask them how theyare The fact is they thoroughly en joy thier pose and would not for worlds acknowledge that they are perfectly well and strong Take advice girls and never layclaim to invalidism when talking to a man He will admire you much more if you are well and styong He dosent want to hear about weak nearves and ailments Health is the greatest blessing in the world Dont despise it Philadel hia Bulletin- r IfJE rlSAPS r Nearly4Oye rragQsaysthe New York Herald the Convent of Santa Mariaoyella in Florence began to make perfumes andlxBauty balms Its recipes soon became famousthou Athe world and the perfume of Santa Maria 1Novella was acknowledged to tt1i f1nes t and 8r teStl 71Y t y a 4 4Kr t 4SrF 1w r known The Medici Dukes Popes and Princes patronized it and endow ed it from time to time Every new director added some recipes to those already in use and his portrait was hung on the walls of the establishment The last monk director of the establishment was the first to ex hibit in foreign exhibitions gain ing medals every where he went When he died the nephew who succeeded him gave extraordinary development to the business Pope Innocent XL once gave a recipe to cure burns which is still called Balsam Innocenzian na The catalogue of this old perfumery contains rhubarb elixir and Regina water all made from herbs cultivated in the convent gardens There is also a water to cure toothache Some of the convent waters are used instead of soap to cleanse and soften the skin Even the health and beauty of the hair was studied by these old monks who were doctors chem ists and perfumers combined and whose study was the perfec tion and cultivation of human health and beauty There is a quaint shop in Rome where this famous perfumery is still sold And this and the shop in Florence are the only places where it can be obtained It- took the monks 400 years to become imbued with the nec essary commercial spirit to sell their concoctions outside of the convent no matter how great the demand SUGGESTIONS FOR MEATLESS DINNERS It has been urged frequently that vegetable diet i s much cheaper than one in which meat figures largely This is extreme ly doubtful except where Spar tan frugality marks the table Vegetable diet may be as costly as meat Its advantages are in its greater healthfulness partic ularly for sedentary workers Here are a few specimen no meat menus BreakfastSteamed eggs on shred wheat biscuit melons bread and butter coffee LuncheonApplecelery and nut salad bread and butter but termilkDinnerPea t soup omelet creamed potatoes lettuce salad French dressing lemen jelly coffeeBreakfastOatmeal and milk graham gems honey oranges coffeee Luncheon Pea soup toasted crackers and rice pudding DinnerBaked haddock egg sauce baked potatoes salad of cucumbers and onions black cof fee wafers and cheese Breakfast Eggs on toasted white bread sliced tomatoes brown bread coffee Luncheon Hot chocolate bread and putter Dinner Spinach soup macaroni and cheese lettuce celery and peppergrass salad floating island coffee BreakfastSbreddedwheat biscuit warmed in oven grape juice tomat toasto coffee Luncheon Cream cheese and brown bread sandwiches gra ham crackers grape juice Dinner jpuyee of old peas with croutons salad of walnuts apple and celery with French dres sing baked rice pudding coffee- cheese Wafers BreakfassBlueberries and cream steanied eggs ooj toasfe bread andbuttir r coffeeM A Continued on 7th plKei3 ii iiiii iMttibff J- Swtia y1 10 Per Ct Discount To any person that presents this advertisement at our store We Have the Largest Line of Diamonds Watches and Jewelry ever Sh wn in L uisville ALSO Diamond Brooches Scarf Pins Cuff Buttons Waist Sets Toilet and Manicure Sets Signet Rings Military Brushes Hat Pins Match Boxes Gold Watch Fobs the Handsomest ever shown Elgin Watches our Specialty in Ladies and Gents Open or Hunting Cases Thousands of patterns to select from We solicit your trade Get our terms before buying Diamond Jewelry Cor 304 W Market St NATHAN BIERMAN MGR LOUISVILLE IIeLOUISVILLE KYEmpowered to act in any part of the State as Executor Administrator Trustee Guardian Receiver Assignee Etc Acts as Agent and Attorney in fact for inexperienced persons filling any of the above Rents Drawers or Boxes in its Fire and Burglarproof Vaults price 5 10 25 and 25 per annum Manages Real Estate Collects Rents Pays Taxes Insurance Etc SAVINGS DEPARTMENT nterest allowed on all time deposits and interest compounded semi annually Deposits by workmen women and minors free from State and City taxes Receives deposits in any amount not less than I Deposits by married women and minors subject to their orders only r ooo i r I CRRUM7ANH W D E KINGI fi IMPORTERS INCORPORATED AND JOBBERS OF I DRY GOODSivr DRESS GOODS 1 f LADIES AND MENS- FURNISHINGS NOTIONS CLOAKS ETC 631633 W Main St LOUISVILLE YK NEW YORK OFFICE 43 LEONARD STREET Merchants who my want to see Mr King will call the Exchange Columbia Ky L rDo You Want a i H 0 M E L y rIhowe can furnish you oneany kind you want W v sale a great variety of farms dwelling houses business houses and business propositions eII DO YOU WANT A FARM Write us what kind of a place you are looking for what improvements where located how much Y willing to invest and any other pertinent information Isize have farms of all sizes character and prices and uIcertain to interest you if you are on the market card will bring you one of our printed lists Central Kentucky Real Estate Company I1 LEBANON KENTUCKY SIII tO Xobaeeo Shippers fj i We wish to state to Qur friends throughout the S2g tobacco growing sections that we are riot connect ed directly orindirectly with ariy other ware t4 j thouse or warehouse company Weconducta Strictly Independent Tobacco f Warehouse Commission Business fg C A BRIDGES Sc CO Pros 5 PlGKETT TOBAGCP WAREHOUS- ELOUISVILLE f KENTUCKY tt k7 r r 4re a- f r J4l 5I VRr at i iYt y s w f 1 J fif tir E f it 1 fli r J L I k t yt I W t sit atpi t rs t 14f J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 24 1906 fr SAMPLES Imm nsestockof HOODS COMBS HAIR ORNAMENTS BAGS PURSES- MUFFLERnBflLTS JEWELRY HANDKERCHIEFSSUSPENDERS ihe J ai JDUUty eUt Published Every Wednesday J3Y THE dairouptyIrco ATED- Nws o t Itt BAB vs RARa Editov DemociitTc7newspaper devoted to the interests 9t the tt Ttif Columbia and the people 6fAdair andadjacent counts Entered at the Columbia Pace as second ttse mail matter WED t JAN 24 1906 The CourierJournal overflow ed with good schemes last week looking toward the liberation of this country from the view point of those who can hear the rattle of an engine on every proposition that does not cost them a dollar but when a proposition comes to help the scheme is not a good one and is impracticable as well as impossible So far as tie reports in the CourierJour nal as to the L N building a parallel line to its self through a country it controls is note to b seriously considered If our people will help them selves instead of waiting for showers of blessings from a co poration that already has the trade of our country at gre at disadvantage to us it would b better If we ever geta road iti will cost the people oj this sec tion some money time and pa tience We should stand united and not drift with every breez- thatr jyhisprs oftly of a bright and prosperous uti re while we sithd wait Were our count betWeen two great centers the we might expect a road eve without help but such is not th case If some of the L N competitors were in reach of this field then again we might get a road but no railroadcompany can be expected to parallel its town lines for the convenience of any people 3he territory through which the proposed lin 4isfliCstrictly Controlled by the L NI iIf we are to get a road we must r look to some other source The liI surveyed from Cumberland rixer to DaAvdl QrJIaqQdsbufg via of Columbia and Lebanon is J practicable It splits the center of agreat country that needs the service and is amply able to sup I port such an investment Its Southern terminus reaches Into a coal field that will furnish heavy t tonnage for a eenturyy whIle its 1 Northern limit wouldb jii close contact with the lalrg a cities i rf t- 4 This line has been surveyed es i timate of cost made a close calculation by expert engineers as r to the earning capacity of the r t fti road above all c stand based r on a liberal capitalization leaves XJt inviting earnings to capitalists This is tile proposition for urj people to swingtoand tomVer rr p fYReac h and as tbeyali abl For i r i 4t r iif Lv r 4 af i t if rJo rrt tf la t F itW lx t ho i I i li i r y C In order to Increase January Sales We have4 x r t Secured some GREAT BARGAINSf 1Fit l tIt For YouS f J January Bargain 5aIesRusse to Closing Out Sales of Mens and Boys Heavy Suits Overcoats Ladies nd Misses Cloaks Tailor Made Skirts Bed Blankets Comforts Flannels ic Our Special Sair of WRITE GOODS and EMBROIDERIES attract the Ladies two years Mr Azbill has labored unceasingly at this work and his gameness as well as his good judgment is to be admired The great posibilities for this en terprise can be but dimly seen by those who have not studied the resources of the country that uestionrwill has been made so plain and the resources been so thoroughly investigated by expert engmeers that its promoter and those in close touch with the work can confi dently look forward to an early and favorable solution that will send the doubters back to the stool of repentance Therp mors of good things for this sec tion only arouse the hopes but never bring a blessing We are the people who ought to apply that scriptural injunction to our industrial development Work out your salvation with fear and trembling W J Bryan is probably th most beloved American that ever visited in the east or figured in the welfare of mankind and the great principles of freedom and justice Not only in America is he respected and admired for his open broad views of men and matters and his insistency of giv ing all an equal chance in the throughoutrthe realm of enlightenment h is viewedas a man of great abil directeityd toward better government at homeland wider freedom abroad His visit to Japan the Phillippine and other eastern countries is to knowledgee of the conditions of those coun tries and to be able to give a reryastheirnwans thee statesmen o f that little b u powerful empire In the Phil lippines he is admired for his broad views of justice his lion est desire to obtain a rightful adjustment o f the conditions that prevail He will return to knoweledge of that country and speak thasn any man has yet done He may never become our Chief Execu tive but one thing certain he is a leader o tmen ainan oj inag netic power and a powerful rde fender of truth and justice The announcement that Miss Alice Roosevelt is to be married next month IS still gOing the shanIhP s unload4heirtong wind accounts of thevvfeiding the ople JttwoWdbpDsponemerit should occur at any rate we trust tliatthet event will not be delayed but rather hastened It has already over shadowed the Russian troublesI Marshal Meldsthe 8 chant died on the 16th He left many millions of dollars as j the result of hia labors iJ rtir i y i 4e faf It ADDITIONAL LOCAL Mrs J F Montgomery and Mrs Gor don Montgomery were visiting relatives s in the country a few days last week Mr N M Tutt sold Tolbert Dohpney a lot in the Tutt Addition Mr D honey will begin at once the erection of a dwelling Hon J R Hind an will deliver a lecture in the LIndsayWilson chapel Thursday evening The public is cordially invited r Two stray hogs black sows are my premises The owner can get the by paying all expenses including this notice Mark crop off the left 11 2tAusTiN LoY Fairplay FIERCE FLAMES AT GLASGOW Fire at 3 oclock Monday morning destroyed property worth 56000 with 36500 insurance The losses and i surance are Barren County Grocery and Hardware Company loss 10000 insurance 12000 J T Deeps owner of building loss 4000 fully insured Goad Bros loss 6000 insurance 4000 msurancee Insurance 1000 B F Bradford buildin 12500 insurance 2000 Braridfotd Bros stock loss 10000 insurance insurlanceThe fire broke out about 3 oclock 1 Its origin is unknown James Harrison a boy was caught under a falling wall and his leg broken Louisville Times ART NOTES inlbooks are now illustrated even the newspapers everything is represented by that great teacher a pictureof the subject pIle can gather a better idea of a subject by a good illustration thanfcby a page ofprint The lecturer no longer depends upon eloquence tomove an audience but has visible representations to speak for himSome have an idea that art is alone a I study to make pictures A study of art includes architecture designing illustrating and is a gr thte Now is a good time for studio work a good time to learn accurate drawing so as to be ready for correct and rape sketching TRIBUTE OF RESPECT At a late meeting of Hood lodge No 602 Fand A M the following preamble and resolutions were adopted Whereas It has pleased the Supreme Grand Master of the Universe to call from our midst to the Grand Lodge on High our lamented and friend end brother Wm WormacKj who departed this life on January 14 1906 He was 71 years of age had been a Mason for 21 years and was a f Baptist minister and useful citizensWhereas In his grand Masonic manhood he displayed by his affectionate regard and love his de light in our pleasure and prosperity his untiringenergy for promotion of all good and charity Whereas By his sterling qualities of manhood he won our appreciation thereforetResolved Thet in the death of Broth er Womack this lodge has lost a true noble and devoted member his wife a kind loving and indulgent husband and his children a devoted and affec tionatefatherResolved this lodge extend to the bereaved widow and family its profoundest sprapathy in this hour of their irreparable louftnd may Gfd watch over guide and protect them 1 ReeoldThatt a memorial gage bc aeJ il Si i e3 j 1l fti etF S ltr r set apart upon the records of this lodge and these resolutions be spread at large thereona copy sent to his family and that they be published in the Columbia Spectator and the Adair County News Spectator please copy WM H H Ky Land Stock and Crops T G Rasner bought 10 acres of unimproved land near Colum bias for 350 spot cash 1t p oo Wmand J C Pelly their stock of goods at Pelly ton a few days ago and is enjoying a good trade y ooo Harde CamYP bellsvillef passed through here catntie They were bought in cum berland county at 22 cents to 4 cents per pound 0 00IA Barren c wasg816 000 In a heavy windstorm last week the large tobacco barn of James Slinker near Knob Lick Metcalf countv was unroofed and the crop badly damaged by rain 000 FromMilltown correspondent A M Mercer bought fat hogs from Mr Geo Butler at 4i cents 2 shoats from J G Thomas at 4 cents 3 from C A Thomas at 4J and 10 from Jo Allen Thomas at 4i cents per pound ooo R E Tandy and son bought hogs from the following people Dink Powell 9 at 4J cents Mont Rt10 at 4 cents Frank Waggner 5 at 4 cents Silas Denny 6 at 4 cents L W Ben hund 3 cents Cattle as follows R K Young 3 head17each Mrs Helan Williams 1 cow at 1720 Sam Wheat 1 at 1485 Robert Willis 1 at 1505 Rue Montgomery 1 cow at 17 John Dohoney one 1800 Miss Fan nie Troutmanl cow and 4 sheep of 3200 Mattie Squires cow 17 Ellen Wade aheiferfo r 16 RL K Young 7 sheep 32 John 3 sheep 12 G A Brad 3 at 800 Gose Coffey 2 for 750 000 RK Young sold 22 steers to B E Rowe and Bud Hurt for 44270 5 steers to UV D Hurt P8260 1 calf to James Page for P 1 calf to Ed Robertson for 12 7 high grade stockeWes to R E Tandy sonf r3200 QOO4Mr George H Nell of the firm of Smith fe Nell informs us that- during the year 1905 they did a business of over 70000 in this and adjoifiingcountiesJ o cror correspondf Cs I kx ycrR7CSYRYftt i 5 t i rPa READYR SAMPLES HOSIERYGLOVES SHIRTS AND SWEATERS UNDERWEARFASCINATORS Our II taOrreensburg Street one block open for business We have 50 all safe andconvenient Plenty of Feed Good Everything new except we have Plenty of freshwater in every COLUMBIA ALLEN i BUSINESSv j FIELD This is the time seed You p EX V ALFALFA f SAPLING CLOVER RED CLOVER LADIES MISSES SKIRTS ORCHARD O IWFR01Ut tYw I Win F Jeffries ft Sons i f E VVj f n f I i f Q2NEWin w- v V Mill and Crusher v 71 I am ready to furnish firstclass Meal and Crushed FeedV m ZBRINGi and you get the meal it makesthe Old Fashion wY V- v71C EVERYTHING NEW BUT TH 7EEEXPERIENCEHr ii LOCATION NEAT SHOP W H WILSON 71 w 7K tvicr iv 7JS ent J A Diddle bought of Do honey Bros of Columbia a nice lot Of wheat at 95 cents e r- bushel r k 4 j o- i r J H Smithy boughjjr acar load of butcher cattle ill Russell countY lash week SmithrtNel1 bought 50 head of cattle in Cum berland county at 2J to 3i cents 4 mules from different parties at 135 per head 1 horse from Ed Wheeler at 9500 x o o Ts LBasner bought a house V 3- if s s t iY t ti i t t O b r r Immense Stock of MENS MENS GRASS RED TOP EUBANKS and lot on Boomer Heights from Frank Sinclair for 250 000- W R lmpre sold his farm j kiwnas the ryriett place andf aism trackof land oh Russell creed tpjS D Barbee for 3750 i 4 ooo W T McFarland bought of Jr R McFarland one mule colt for 60 one cow for 25 one mule colt from Alvin Browning for 55 He sold one cow to Horace Massier Jf L w s r L t j THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY dJAN1Y24 1906 t 6LRN6L 1NVNTORY FOR THE NOXT THIRTY DKVS Will sell all WINTER GOODS at Greatly Reduced Prices to cut down stock for invoicing Have special baggains in Overcoats Clothing and Cloaks W L WALKER COLUMBIA KY j ILOCAL NEWS BenBornnett January 18th a son Bargains in winter gingham outing suitings etc to close W L WALKER mattonwas alittle Vexatious d L FOR SALEA desirable home for mall family Location desirable in Campbellsville Ky Apply to T Ct Faulkner The LindsayWilson School is ap theYIcomeJ Toe Masonic Hall by action of the Chapter now has a telephone This proposition has been up for some time but was revived and carried out in the meeting of the Chapter a few nights ago Rev M M Hunter a Methodist min ister well and favorably known in this section died in Louisville Sunday Jan uary 13 and his remains were carried to Bowling Green for interment FOR SALEWe will sell 70 to 75 acres of our farm Some excellent timber desirable place unimproved but good tobacco barn Location good two miles from Columbia 10lm J O B F GRISSOM Mrv T C Moore of Gresham Green county has accepted a position as sales man for the firm of Russell Co this city Mr Moore is one of Green coun ties best young men and will prove a faithful valuable man in his present position to which he is thoroughly adapted He invites his friends to call Mrs Jessie Dickinson a lady of 74 years of age fell from a horse one day last week while near Dunnville and received a terrible injury Her left leg wasbroken the bone protruding out several inches Her home is on Lit tretecreek and she was going toa store in Dunnville when the accident occur red The chances for her recovery are not encouraging Some two or three weeks ago we announced that an automobile had been purchased and itwould reach the Camp bellsville and Columbia pike on the following Friday True it had been pur chased andthe purchasers expected it at that time but for some reason un known its shipment from the factory did not occur until last Monday If no delay in transit it will be doing service t for the public the latter part of this week The Elizabethtown News announces buildia mules in that city and further that erectedfnection with the mule pen but it woul appear to the average man that with 2000 of the long eared hybreds in one barn that a cold storage plant in con orderFl Mr JA Dulworth of Camp Knox bought two farmr from R H Christie one at Camp Knox the other near- Gresham paying 1150 Mr Dulworth is one of the most progressive citizens L in this part of the county and enjoys the confidenceof the many who know him The above purchase was made for speculative nurposes Mr Dul worth already having aU the land he desires for his own Tise There is no doubt but what he can give some one a great bargain who desires a small fauna rwhomay want to engage in the mer cvtilebusiness The place at Camp Knox has a splendid store house and is an excellent stand for the sale of goods 4ifi Y re S Russell Co announce their January bargain sale in todays News Chapman Co an enterprising firm at Glensfork are talking to the trade through this issue of the News When the auto hits Jfce pike and two new wagons withjfresh horses and har ness enter the service then you can go and go in a hurry l- The M F High School is plovingj along nicely with 119 students ent and new entries arriving every week Mr W R Elmore has decided to make his home in Missouri He sold hisfarni last week and gives posession March the 1st at which time he will have for that State You can buy any suit of clothes mens or boys or ladies or misses cloaks in my stock at a bargain W L WALKER John Lester ofcolor while fooling with a pistol last Sunday accidentallyI shot himself The ball one his thighs and came out just above the I knee The wound is not considered dangerous Jerry Bowmar of color was tried on the charge of aiding in the shooting of the colored minister at the Bazaar last summer and was fined 100 to be paid at hard work His partner who did the shooting is in the pen FOR SALEdry farm of near 80 acres 1 mile from Glensfork A of work mules mare 6 years old wagonI buggy two good milch cows calf and stock hogs HARRIET GLUEF 91m Af J Mr Delaney Robinson heads off the tobacco brigade in the Green river sec tionin the way of preparing for the 1906 crop Last Friday he burnt one of the largest beds ever made in that part of the county The early bird catches the worm FOR SALEA stereoptican and mov ing picture machine One 800 candlepower gas making outfit 2000 feet of films 20 different subjects 125 stereop tican views and all goes at a bargain 4t W I FEESE Cane Valley Ky Mr J B Barbee has been notified that his two wagons have been shipbed and he expects to have them on the pike this week They weigh 1800 pounds each and are built for conven ience and hard service Mr L A Diddle of Gradyville was in town Monday and stated that the ad he recently inserted in the Newsr for two mules that were lost resulted in his finding them in Cumberland coun issuerawas printed hasdreceived a heavy coat stone in many places and that passage over it is some what rough The main trouble is that the stone is too large to have a pleas ant road after receiving a fresh supply If the owner would put a stone crusher to work and put on a coat of fine stone over the heavy the repairing of the road would not intefere with travel in speed or comfort I for Sale 3j- one extra gentle family horse any woman or child can drive him with safety not afraid of trains or automo biles covered wagons etc Works anywhere and can be hitched 15 hands high dark bay good tail and mane and notable sh on him First check for 12500 will buy him if bought at once JNO H CHANDLER amp llsvIUe 10tf vC K fv N 7ia I Prices Go Down February 1st To Our Many Friends and Customers After February 1st 1906 we will reduce our business to a CASH AND PRODUCE basis to one and all Will name prices at which we will sell a few articles and other articles of merchandise at the cprreppnding prices of the ones named Good Brown Domestic6c Yard All Prints 5cYard All Grades Outing Ii813c Yard Best Brogan Mens Shoes 125 per Pre Granulated Sugar 6c Pound Brown Sugar Sc Pound 65cperSack All kinds of Country Produce in exchange for highest market price paid We ask for your trade CHAPMAN CO GLENSFORK KY THAT RAILROAD PROPOSITION fewldathat is to be built by Mr W K Azbill and the L N Railroad Co from Scottsville to Stanford and about the biggest thing the writer presents in the articles is his ignorance of the country the plans of those interested and the men about whom he has writ tenIn the first place Mr Azbill has nev er at anY time been interested in a survey of any road except the one that comes from the Cumberland river by way of Columbia and Lebanon to the Southern at either Danville or HarI rodsburg and this only has lie promoting It is also a fact that this is the only road that has been actually othsurQeyeders having made only in the expansive 11Ible that the L N would build a road from Scottsville to Stanford a distance of 100 miles to get a connection from the South to Cincinnati when they could build a connecting link between I Scottsville and Greensburg a distance of less than fifty miles which would give them almost as direct a route thatllMrcapital to road Now we desire to propound this question Is there a man in Louisville who has sufficient money to build rail roads that will use that money to build tolncinianSi is the greatest place on earth 3Ijd so it should be with every mancon- cerqinghis home I Irif short we desire to saY to our peol pie that Mr Azbill is now at work onI the new road to Lebanon and his efforts will doubtless be successful at an early date regardless of the unauthorized parIijes7The 1 COLUMBIA STEAM LAUNDRY i JI Owingto tHe bursting of pipes dune g tne cold weather a short time ago the Columbia Steam Laundry has not been j able to run Necessary fixtures were ordered but have not yet been received ryIFOR SALE f 30liead of cattle 21 heifers 9 Stears andfatalso4fiveJyet old mules 3 mares and 1 horseI CAMPBELL Blto i jCJt EELSEORO KY Itt t vVrv y t J y i l 1 rm ti WATER WORKS CLEAR 600 A Object Lesson In Municipal Ownership The Elizabethtown water works ownedand operated by the city now pay a total of about 600 over and above all expenses each year the total water rents running from 2300 to 2400 while coal labor repairs and other small expenses foot up about 1700 In addition our people are furnished water at rates from onethird to onehalf less than sllwherean attending advantage Elizabethtown also has free fire protection which urn fromiThis is a good object lesson here at home in municipal ownership Eliza NewsI a clear pointer that in Columbia would be profitable It is also proof that Colum bia could afford to take on a bonded in debtedness to secure such a blessing The first cost of a plant to supply Columbia over that of Elizabethtown is in favor of the former The actual every day cost of keeping it going is also in our favor while the gross receipts would favor the Hardin county city yet the net difference on the in vestment would rest with Columbia plantItown should put it in it would already have this At any rate we are doing without the conveniences of water works subject to devastationby fire an paralyzed by high insurance rates A h investigation wttl show that an invest merit in water works in Columbia would be safe for the town and profitable for a company If Elizabethtown furnishes water at onehalf the usual rates to users and above all expenses gets free fire protection and clears 600 per year that would mean that a company own ling and operating the plant would realize over 3000 per annum in the same town We need water works and it an inviting proposition investigated i MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT T The oralrgive a recital Friday evening assisted by Miss Taylor teacher of expression The public is mot cordially invited and the prbgramme will begin promptly a 730 at the Presbyterian church Nofic- eIFourmonumenl that sold at 75 can soforo paw 65 When these ateclosedo no more can be had at these priceL COAKLI Y SIMMS BROS t tiS f S nrA Horse Shoes and Nails SeJEach Wire Nails all Sizes t 3c Pound Good Flour b f SodaY 3 Pounds for 5c 175 Test Lamp Oil I5c per Gallon taken merchandise 0 A BEAUTIFUL WEDDING Solemnized at the Christian Church Be tween Miss Matra Damron and Mr Lewis Cundiff ILast Wednesday morning a beautiful wedding was solemnized in the Christian church this city the contracting parties being Mr Lewis Cundiff of Luberacid Miss Matra Damron of Mt Salem Lincoln county Eld W K Azbillofficiating in his usual impressive manner The attendants were Mr Clarence Smith and Miss Cordie Robin son The wedding march was played by Mrs L Rounds Mr Elam Harri- accompanying with the sweet strain of violinMr is a hightoned gentleman a graduate of Kentucky University Lexington and at present perform ing the duties of County Court Clerk o Casey county being deputy to his brother the clerk 1Miss Damron is a daughter of Mr Sam Damron and is one of Lincoln counties most popular young ladies She is well educated and was formerly a teacher in this county Since both of these young people are of Adair countyI by birth and rearing and since turned to the county of their birth toI take the solemn vows of matrimony before their relatives and old friends The News heartily joins in with their many friends in wishing them a long happy prosperous life CITY COUNCIL At a meeting of the City Council i l Thiirsolay night Gordon Montgomery e signed to accent the position of City Attorney MrA Hv Chewning was ap pointed to fill the place vacated by Mr Montgomery which still keeps the council up to its youthful appearance M and gives the town the benefit of soned timber to plead its cause in timeI of trouble C H Murrell was elected City Clerk and S C Strange Marshall and tax collector The tions of lights was fully discussed anIaction will be taken at an early date for bet throughoutthe t wnThei1Councilhas not 7etot down to bUSi1 ness but within 3 short timeisomething is going to happen Sidewalks and propositiont s present disposition to do shoddy work flll notes and account arc dnwaiid must be settled if not settled at OKC Iou lnl expect repeated Bras aai Stat6 IMltS W L WfllKCRi Z El ji t te C iJt o t0i iJr A CARD To The People of Adair and Russell 1 Counties I am representing The CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY of New York one of the oldest and best companies in the country I have both the Farm Department and Recording Agency for these two counties and all businesss entrusted to me will be promptly and carefully attended to A share of your business is respectfully solicited and same will be appreciated Call on or address me at Columbia Ky office iover Paulls drug store Telephone No r tf Respectfullysll4t T A MURRELL BUTLER WILL CASE ourfcourt a ong that has attract ed so much attention as the Butler WiE cas now on trial It is a three corner ed fight the brothers and sisters of the deceased sue to set aside his win ne probated and to establish a former one Mrs Grace Bradshaw his adopted annulII able council l Judge W W Jones and James Garnett for the defendant Montgomery and Montgomery and Rol lin Hurt for the Butler Bros an N H W Aaron and Geo Stone for Mrs Bradshaw r POST OFFICE RECEIPTS GROWING rA few days ago we were talking wiitR lour Postmaster and he informed ua the receipts of the office indicated that its class is likely to change wothii twelve months and become a Preside tial office In other words the cancella tion of postage must reach a certain amount for four consecutive quarters and when so done it will be advanced te a third class office and become a salriad station ort Postmaster AS eun derstand the office here made the amount necessary on 2 reports last year but dropped slightly behind on the nth ertwo The increase of busineas this year we trust will bring the above fchange J Lumber ante We buy all kinds of lumber Money advanced on stump age and lumber ifYnecessary Standard SawmiirCo Campbellsvffie Ky i BRaketraw Jic er t ftFjb J I t24 I I r r j THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 24 1906 I e l Kentucky Flashes I KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBLY TwentyEight New Bills Were Intro duced in the House Tuesday Frankfort Jan 17 Twentyeight new bills were Introduced in the nouse Tuesday Among them were meas vies prohibiting the sale of morphine except on prescription of a physician an act prohibiting the running of Sun day excursions McLean of Kenton offered a bill providing for a state board of examiners for lawyers Ar nett offered a measure to put all cor proations upon the same footing as state banks which recovered excess taxes paid under the revenue law of 1886 A stir was created in the House by the printing of bills out of the or der provided in the rules of the body By some plan the bilLs of Arnett of Oovington providing for two branches of Kenton circuit court were printed much in advance of their order Tue printer declared he was told by Speak er Lawrence to advance these bills fPhe assembly again formally balloted for and elected Hen Thomas H Payn ttr United States senator to succeed Senator Blackburn This second elec tion deemed necessary because of a defect in the statutes will be ratified by the assembly in joint session Wed neday FORCED TO DISROBE The Doctor Was Then Compelled To Wallow Around in the Mud Paducah Ky Jan 17Because Dr J M Payne had recovered judgment against him for medical services Al bert Pita worth a farmer stopped the physician in the road near Lacenter Ballard county at the point of a pistol compelling him to get out of his buggy disrobe and wallow in a mud hole it is alleged Payne protested at the treat ment and was struck across the hand Several bones wer broken The doctor was compelled to sign a statement that he had sworn falsely at the trial and was threatened with Instant death if be ever mentioned the affair to any one When Dr Payne was allowed to drive on he hurried to Lacenter and notified the officers PItsworth was arrested near his home by Constable Joe Shelby and was carried to Bandank where he is being held pending a trial DEATH OF GEORGE YOUNG T He Was Made Famous For His Attack on Toll Gate Raiders Owingsville Ky Jan 17 George Young 44 died here of paralysis He 1 became known all over the country in 1897 for service for county sheriff of this county under J W Lane Ait that time ton gate raiders were burning and raiding toll gates all over the state Receiving notice of an intend ed attack on toll gates near here Lane and Young organized a band of offi cers and attacked the raiders A pitched battle ensued in which sev eral raiders were wounded several captured and lodged in jail here out the battle and developments broke the spirit of the raiders in Kentucky and very little raiding was done after that Young received a letter of congratula tions from all over the United States His wife and three sons survive f To Inquire Into a Claim Frankfort Ky Jan 17 Represen tative Johnson presented a resolution authorizing the governor to look into the justice of a claim made by the State National bank for a balance of 1195 on a note given by Gov W O Bradley for 3000 to bring sick sol diers back from Ohickamauga iTo See the Hanging Louisville Ky Jan 17A man who claims to be son of Fannie Porter for whose murder Wm Van Dalseu is to hang Friday asked Jailer J R Pflanz for a ticket of admission to the execu tion If he can verify his statement he will be permitted to witness the ex ecution I Employe Fell To His Death Hopkinsyille Ky Jan 17Berry Jr Burrus an employ of the Empire Coal and keCofellfrom the tip pie to the ground a distance of 16 feet and sustained injuries which caused his death in a few hours He was 26 years old and unmarried Hand Bookie Fined Lexington Ky Jan17iE T Graves charged with nuisance by operating a hand book wherein bets are made on the races was assessed a fine of 25 by a jury in circuit court The verdict of the jury created a pro found sensation j c l To Prevent Hog Cholera f Frankfort Ky Jan i7Repreiea Jt tative Ray introduced a bill to pre r vent the pledofnog coir requir P zf ing the owner dying of cholera j I j to bury or burn carcasses a fee of il 2 tomag1trMeswho4oes it In aV x gfe 1 aenc of owner 4 Watkins Held Without Ball 1 i Owingsville Ky Jan ITwHJohji WatkiB the Eegdifcboa Mir la Jail WUIr t t Pff f fag trial fctfort Cfcwnty Judge La 7il fcoul wM hid toh ircnit court w4tb J J i r tIt Y Jic j5ft t r jiJ r f lr o vt r i i J ilj tf t t r i tV I Z tt 1 i I itfs et rIf y ittoO 1Y r 4 j 1Iftt f t i iir vX THE GENCRAIT ASSEMBLY Forthe Final Time Judge Pay nter De dared United States Senator Frankfort Jan i8For the second and final time Judge Thomas H Payn ter was declared elected to the lhiitedL States senate Wednesday and a speech in the legislature accepting thethonor He does not take his until March 4 1907 Senator Ward in troduced a bill in the senate Wednesday providing that all primary elec tions of all political parties for all of flees must be held on the last Saturday in July each year The object is to do away with so many elections Senator Harbeson offered a very Jm portant bill which provides that all applicants for appointment as notary public must stand an examination touching their qualifications to take acknowledgments to deeds and other valuable documents The following biiis were introduced in the house By Mr Mulcahy To give right to seine in all Kentucky streams By Mr Mulcahy Making penalty of from one to three years for carrying concealed weapons By Mr G S Wilson To prohibit mining corn panies from conducting general stores By Mr Alverson Authorizing court clerks to issue license to carry con cealed weapons fixing fine from 200 10500 for carrying without licenses On motion of Mr Embry the house resolved not to allow bills to be introduced except on Tuesday end Fri days MELANCHOLIA AND BAD HEALTH A Prominent Young Man of Louisville Committed Suicide Louisville Ky Jan 18 Ernest W Norton one of the most prominent young men of Louisville committed cide1be deed was committed at an infirmary where Mr Norton had been under treatment for some time for stomach trouble Melancholia caused by bad health is supposed tQ have prompted the suicide Mr Norton was connected by birth and mar riage with three of the oldest and wealthiest families in Louisville THE HARDWOOD MEN They Increased the Price of Lumber From 1 To 2 Per Thousand Louisville Ky Jan 184e National Hardwood Manufacturers association elected the following officers President William Wilma Chicago vice president J P Hanson Atlanta Ga treasurer F O Fisher Colum bus Grove 0 Vice presidents were named for each state The association decided to increase the price of hardwoods from 1 to 2 per thou sand Tobacco Barn Burned HawesvdUe Ky Jan 18A large barn belonging to John Henry Clem ens containing 10000 pounds of fineI tobacco two mules a horse several cows ten barrels of molasses and a large quantity of hay and corn wasI destroyed by fire The barn is sup posed to have been set on fire by an incendiary Owingsville Merchant Assigns Onvingsrville Ky Jan 18Jotn Markland a dealer in general merchandise made an assignment toI Judge N Reed Patterson Liabilities are about 4000 assets about 2000 Cleveland St Louis Cincinnati Lou- isvIlle rand Lexington wholesale houses are the principal creditors Population of Hickman Hickman Ky Jan 18The result of the recent census taken under the auspices of the Commercial club to ascertain tha exact population of this city has just been made officially known by this body to the public The result Shows 3445 polls within the city limits Patents For Kentuckians Washington Jan 18The following Kentucky patents have been issued John F Chester Louisville mail bag catcher Edmond B Hbrine Nicholas yule fiber scutcher Samuel QMc Guown grub puller George W Thom as Yosemite combined post and wire puller Fund For Foster Statue Louisville Ky Jan 18Workof counting the contribuUona the Foster Memorial Fund to be used in the erection of a statue to Stephen Col bus Foster was completed and H was found that 47303 was offered by the pupils in the Louisville schools A Mysteriou Woman Glasgow Ky JanlSt woman who says her name is Mary Pedigo and that she formerly lived at Moody Tex was arrested here She bad it is Alleged been fi ghtening people on the atreeto after nightfall by peering into their faces Better Than Diamonds OTdngSTilfe Kyr Jan 18pcImena of stones supposed to be ohryso litei which ar more valuable than diamonds have been turned orer to the state geological survey for exam ination by the owners of land 1ii El liott county Y Swedisfc axool ohlldm trn the guiiaici dtvtitlr techrs sasI1y about IOdH0 tree f TTvj djti I L tiIl hyrJi O jW 11f it i rl XUUckv QE NR AEMSL Y First Bin To Passthe House Is For a Judge In Kenton County Frankfort Jan rl91fh first bill to paas either legislative body was p Mft d by the house and it was Represen Arnetts bill or rather two bills creating another circuit judge for Ken on county But for the vote of Rep resentative Bourne of Henry the bills would have passed unanimously Senator Allens motion to have the unusual delay in printing bills invest gated was adopted and Senators Allen arid De Haven appointed to ask for an explanation The house resolution urging congress to vote appropriations to im prove the waterways of Kentucky was adopted with an amendment by Senator Porter to include the dredging of Bear creek in Edmonson county and an extra lock and dam near Mammoth Cave The senate committee on statutes at Its meeting decided to report favorably Senator Ectons bill raising the age of consent in females from 12 to 16 years Also Ectons bill pro- vIding that in a seduction case where the man marries the girl if he deserta her in three years he is still liable to prosecution for seduction Also Ectons bill providing that where a divorce is granted on 1OWldotabln1donment for a year withInSeveral Deposition Taken Against Col Armstrong in Lexington Ky Lexington Ky Jan 19 Depositions in the suit of Baroness Caroline Yon Roques of Germany against Col Da vid W Armstrong of New York were taken here Thursday The deponents were Judge Matt Walton Charles H Btoll and Arthur Oary president of the Lexington Jb BiMtttrn railroad The uit is to recover money claimed to be due her from Cot Armstrong who represented her in disposing of tOme lands in this state Baroness Von Roques is the mother of Mrs Florence Maybrick A CASE OF SUICIDE J B Nixon Found Dead Witha Bullet Hole Through His Heart Henderson Ky Jan 19lihe body of J B Nixon with a bullet hole through the heart was found in a hotel here It isbeUevedtohve been a cast of suicide In his satchel were found life and accident policies call dug for 31000 and a clipping from the New Orleans Picayune giving a story of the robbing and burning of a store in Pensacola Fla lest Decem ber Merchants To Build Louisville Ky Jan 19 Members of the Retail Merchants association fheld a meeting to consider plans for ithe erection of an auditorium at Sec and and Guthrie streets to cost the site included 10000 Business men are expected to subscribe the neces sary amount An Owensboro Failure Owenaboro Ky Jan 19eW L Cop persmith a Jeweler filed a petition in bankruptcy Liabilities 4025 assets about 270He claims exemptions A G Schwab and Herman Keck ft Co of Cincinnati and Letzler Lorch of Louisville are creditorsIShipped To Lexington Ky Jan 19c K Rowe owner of Colonial Girl winner of the St Louis Wjorlde Fair hand r cap In 1904 Thursday Shipped his string from the Walnut Hail farm of T H Stevens where they have been in winter quarters to emPhie1New Kentucky Washington Jon 19 President Roosevelt named the following for postmasters in Kentucky Thomas Sympson Franklin James T 8teIens Hickman James O Stanford Lucy O Mason Adairville James A Miller Wickllffe Postmaster at Pineviile Ky theE1eventhKen1tuck King for appointment as postmaster at Plnerllle Bell bounty to nil 4 vsr cancy caufled iby the death of th post master at that place The Kentucky Futurity Lexington Ky Jan 19 Secretary Horace W Wil officially announced 91toallofthe usual fee of5 for seth marej with a foal A SlmirltyofNames Owingsville Ky Jnltitbca- me known that th failure of JotMi enheri bfnk at St ib vi1iQ which came confused thrpugfiimilarKy of namea HalfMillion DM Mt Sferlinf XrJan 1Lt X 411mNI Coal whereby the ter oerse valuable opal lands la Mwtla on the Blf S Siiy river for rt 4 Prtnciiiuia fi city pf Paris haT it Dearly 7000O0 this ysrJa o fizi gests r i c i 8E IE W 1 t r i r 3 f i rz TS i S 1i i 4Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it im parts vigor and energy S 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c i BREACHWIDENVenezuelan NotifiedIIWAR IS VIRTUALLY DECLARED Orders Have Been Issued For Two Protected Cruisers To Be Fitted Out at Once United States Hat Agreed To Take No Hand in the Affair If a Punitive Expedition Is Sent To Venezuela Paris Jan 19The Venezuelan agent here Maubourguet has been handed his passports and officially notified by the French government to leave French soil within 24 hours This Is practically a declaration of war The council of ministers of France will meet Immediately to decide the course France shall pursue toward Venezuela- Orders were issued for the two pro tected cruisers Jean Bart and Chasse loupLaubet to be fitted out at once and dispatched to join the French Atlantic squadron now at Martinique with steam up and decks cleared for actionLetters of recall have been sent M Taigney French charge daffaires at Caracas and he has gone on board a ship In the harbor He has been ref- uSed permission to land again It is believed a naval demonstration will be ordered against President Castro It is understood here that the Unit ed States government has agreed to take no hand In the affair ifa puni tive expedition Ts sent to Venezuela The Monroe doctrine will only be Invoked it is thought by officials here if France seizes the custom houses and takes possession of Venezuelan territory- A French Note The government issued a note Thursday night stating that M Taig ney the retiring charge daffaires at Caracas who went on board the French steamer Martinique at La Guy ra to get instructions which were sent in charge of a French postal agent owing to the seizure of the cable office was prevented from returning to the shore on the pretext that he was not provided with a sanitary certifi cate as required by Venezuelan regu latlons The instructions sent by the tolieavesecond class cruiser Jurfen de la Gra viere was at the time on its way to La Guayra The note says Although diplomatic relations had already been suspended for several days diplomatic immunity covered badImerchantman Venezuelan waters e could not be considered as having IIh the territory of the country where position as a diplomatic represen e should have protected him from all vexatious measures It is for this reason that the French government in handing his passports to the Irene zuelan charge daffaires in France M Maubourguet hats been led to take measures to conduct him immediately to the frontier The Eight Hour Day Washington Jan 19The house TOmmlttee on appropriations reported an urgent deficiency bill A provision in the bill directs that the eighthour law shall not apply in the construe tion of the Panama canal or on the canal zone Widening the Suez Canal Alexandria Jan 19illie Suez X5a jnal Co has begun widening the canal io enable the floating dry dock Dewey nowpn Its way from the UnKed Stat ea ip ManhIato pass TrzMcw1llbes- toipecl during the passig8 kOlfIi dty dock i T Tuncrcuiosis sanitarium Frankfort Ky Jan itSenator Allen introduced to tlw seoata a blU providing for the location i iweoEton and m1ntenanceof tuberctilosls us ftartnm and appropriate 450000 forth erectionotthe Ths Al is4 o miz1 psIi pr Juoeji about 0r cent OLU the- uickaIlyec1atbwor1L i i i iii yX i 1tt j tt v d i 1 5 z i1 f u i w1 t i r huMANS MORRIS RESOLUTION WITHOUT DEBATE IT WAS LAID ON THE TABLE BY SENATE House Passed the Bill For a Final Dis position of the Five Civilized Tribes Affairs Washington Jan19There was an echo of Wednesdays stormy session in the senate Thursday when Mr Till man presented his resolution directing a senatorial investigation into the removal of Mrs Minor Morris from the white house The resolution provoked no debate and Mr TUbnan con tented himself with a brief statement in which he said he would have not introduced the resolution but for the taunts of Mr Hale When he conclud ed Mr Daniel moved that the resolution be laid on the table and this dis- poSition was made of it by a vote of 58 to After paying a tribute to the frigate Constitution and ordering an Investigation to ascertain the annual amount necessary to preserve this ship the house devoted the day until 546 oclock to the perfection and passage of a bill providing for the final disposition of the affairs of the five civ ilized tribes in the Indian Territory With one or two minor amendments the bill was passed substantially as it came from the committee The bill also provides for concluding the enrollment of Indians of the tribes and the allotment of lands to them The enrollment and allotment is made the subject of many restric tions and provisions A MIDSHIPMANS TRIAL Hazing of a Brutal Nature Was Re vealed By the Witnesses Annapolis Md Jan 19Hazing of a brutal nature was revealed during the trial of Midshipman Chester A A Bloebamn more plainly than In any of the previous proceedings Three fourthclass men testified without the slightest hesitation that they had been werelutterlYquired of them until they lacked pow acImony of Edgar N Caldwell of Glasgow Ky who said that Bloebaum had hazed and abused him because he- would not make arrangements for Bloebaum to be introduced to a certain young lady of the fourth class mans acquaintance PRESIDENTELECT FALLIERES The New Ruler Is Being Overwhelmed- With Telegrams of Congratulations JParIs Jan 19 Presidentelect Fal Jieres is being overwhelmed with telegrams of congratulations from rulers from foreign statesmen and from his colleagues President Loubet paid an official visit to Mr FaHieres at the new presidents residence M Pal Meres declares he will continue in of flee as president of the senate until betakes over the Elysee palace but be will not preside in the sessions of the senate the vice presidents officiat lug in his place Part of a Balcony Fell Washington Ga Jan 19While a minstrel troupe was playing at Fields opera house a wing of the balcony gave way falling upon a portion of the audience belowA score or more of persons were injured BillItive Davey La introduced the rail road rate bill agreed upon by demo cratic members of the house commit comIProminent Cattleman Fails I ft Worth Tex Jan 19A Tolun- tary petition la bankruptcy has beent filed In the federal court of this city minentcattil4 PaynteKc Election Cinched Frankfort Ky ran 17Judge Paynter election aa United State sen ator was cinched wUen Another ballot was taken because the statute says a ballot shall be taken on thf aeco- upUeidyaftei the leslatre meits- Th 1IiU rauo bt Lond21eriOi 7 1 fi1 Et1 mg1 ii tjc i i DUST EXPLOSION Probably Caused the Death of 18 Miners in the Mines at Detroit W Va lONE MANGLED BODY RECOVERED Eutire Mine Shook From the Force of the Concussion and a Greater Portion Collapsed The Report Could Be Heard For Many Miles Distant and Miners From Neighboring Villages Gathered to Render Aid Charleston W Va Jan 19Explo sion of dust in mines of the Detroit milesleastwere mine at the time of the explosion AH of the 18 were entombed and up to a late hour rescuing parties only brought out the body of one G P Neal whose body badly mangled was found near the mouth of the mine The explosion occurred when most of j the men were on the outside at dinner jIat the time This Is the second explo sion in West Virginia mines causing the death of scores of men in the past two weeks The last was at Bluefield J two weeks ago- Cause u of the Accident Accumulation of dust in the mine is held responsible for the accident With a terrific noise the entire mine shook from the force of the concussion and the greater portion of the j mine collapsed The men were supposed J to be about 200 feet inside of 1 the mine when the blast was blown and the explosion followed The report could be heard many miles disjj mln4Ingrender aid to the afflicted Rescuing j squads formed and entered the main drift The fallen slate was cleaned away and brattices were built as they made their way Into the mine i Immediately after the explosion the mines filled with smoke and made the J work of the volunteer rescuers dim entirelyJ l exact amount of damage can not yet be estimated The mine was purchas ed several days ago from the Detroit company by a million dollar syndicate and had practically only been In opI oration a few days The present owners are the Paint Creek Collieries Co GOVERNOR WHIPS A CONVICT He Had Been Employed As a Trusty Around the Executive Mansion Jackson Miss Jan 19Gov Var demans whipping of a negro convict employed as a trusty around the executive mansion which Is to be given a thorough probing by the peniten tiary investigating committee accord ing to assurances from members of that body has aroused the liveliest sensation of recent years and is now the most absorbing toplo of discus plon among the members of the legis latureThe governor does not attempt to deny any phase of the story but he candidly admits in answer to questions that he soundly thrashed the prisoner and further declares that he would do so again under similar cone ditlons The negro it is alleged was at first knocked Sown by the governor agood kick administered and then a broom stick was used in the chastisement EXGOV J K PEABODY Himself Wife and Daughter Poisoned By Food Eaten at Breakfast Canyon City Col Jan 19Former GOT James H Peabody his wife and their daughter were poisoned by food eaten at breakfast and the daughter jMisfQ6ra Peabody 1s4ua dangerous condition as a u1tThe governor M4MrsY Peabody although quite ill for several hoars recovered luficient ly to devote tkeif atteatiom ltd their fcvftttr It it thought sh will re r IfarifcHrr surcouii tbs tfsib j 34 r t i PW T 1 fe- v q j I w kt 1 TIIW ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANJJARY24d906 FRANK CORCORAN T M J METGALFE Corcoran MetcalfeI MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN HIGHGRADE MAR BLE AND GRANATE I Cemetery work of all kind Trade from Adair and ad joining counties respect fully solicited See us before you buy Mir Street Iiebanon Kentucky Leban MI Steam LaundryLEB- ANON KENTUCKY W R JOHNSON Proprietor This is one of the Best and most Reliable Laundries in the State I REED MILLER Columbia Agents for this section Send them your linen and the work will be neatly and promptly executed I I N I I 1placeI Implements such as Cultivators Empire Corn Drills Deering Mowers and Binders c c JaH p HELPSEVERYTHING FOR THE FARMER JAMESTOWN KENTUCKY P 1 A T all times can be found at my Warehouse the very 1 brands of FertilizersHOMESTEAD REED AND I SI I I 1prices HUBBUCH BRO CARPETS RUGS LINOLEUMS MATTINGS AND DRAPERIES 524526528 W Market St LOUISVILLE John A HobsonI FURNITURE WALLPAPER COOK STOVES CEMENT LIME DOORS AND WINDOWS GREENS BURG KENTUCKY TfiE PRTTE SOfi HOTELS I No 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 J B PATTe soN PtrO tUImESTOrZ41 DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FURNITURE CHAIRS AND MATTRESSES WEST MAIN STREET IEZZ FIFTH AND SIXTHr1872 H menight SSs Co i ITELEPHONE FURNITURE CARPETSiRUGS AND DRAPERIES WALNUT ST L iEKY II DR JAMES ColumbiaKy ME NIlES omcEAT BBSIDHtTOS PHONB 36 I 0t 4 Cdnsuitatioia and xiiiat1dn Free at Qffic i jr- f W V v J t jse Concluded from 2nd page I SUITING UNENs Theres white Colors are rich Rose is beautiful There are many rose shades Green will continue in favor Emerald and grass shades will be good Delicate greens are alwaY liked in summer Navy blue is what one may ICadetiFOOTGEAR To skip to the other extreme there are the cleverest colored leather slippers that match every possible evening dress Dresses of Golden tissues have slippers to match while with dresses in bronze spangles the bronze kid slippers are worn with other brown effects the glace or suede finish is thething Satin shoes have lost some ofa their popularity though some debutantes wear them with the beautiful laceincrusted peekaboo hosiery Philadelphia Record CAREFUL WASHING AND IRONINGa teTofor the white shirt waist been carried and so elaborately are these creatures constructed that a woman nowadays feels certain misgivings when it comes to in trusting the delicate fabrics tcs her wash woman and oftentimes prefers to do the work herself ItFromthe water until it is handed forth in all its snowy crispness the openwork shirtwaist is a thing to be used gently at all stages wItlike an underskirt it must be laid aside as deserving special attention there are fine meshes of lace that will not stand the wear and tear of the ordinaryf laundering process in shirt waist calls for a separate department of its ownIIt is a good idea you can ford it to provide a small tub and washboard to correspond just for your shirt waists and fine lace handkerchiefs UsEr nothing but the very best of laundry soap and never upon any account try to bleach with washing soda Embroidered waists of heavy stuff may be rubbed on the board moderately If you rub a lace shirt waist at all be sure that alsthe lace is gathered in the hand Heavy lace may be gathered dou ble and rubbed between the knuckles while the extremely thin mesh must be kneaded and squeezed It is a great mistake to wring a fine shirt waist out in the usual way for by so doing you are like ly to stretch the fabric and give it a pull that will show Knead and work it between the hands carefully unfolding mnd refolding as you dip Every woman has her own methods of blueing and starch ing A very little of each win suffice for the white shirt waist Its beauty upQnits11- whitenesswithouta trace of blue t a trace of stiffness To dry have a speciallength of clothesline of the white hemp sort Do not use commo1lothes- pines as they are often roughf pins of the spring clip pattern will hold the q1ost delicate fabric withpht tearing When the shirt wansfes last comes from the Iron you ate to starch it op a clothes hanger i Ltsuspend it jrllte chandefli- or upon a gas nature f9rth c JI ri 4k k rV 11rzr i c tt f t ti Z 1 Jj f r ir night in order that it may thor oughly dry out SMlRmiST DECORATION Tiny buttons and long braid buttonholes have appearedup on so many silk and flannel shirt waists that now the loops and buttons come joined ready to apply Some of them are made with colors that contrast the peacock coloring being especially noti eablegreen silk loops end ing in blue buttons or blue or green loops seting off the weird beauty of buttons made in close imitation of the eyes of a peacocks tail and strong royal blues and greens that flash and change as you look at them SNAKES HEART AS A CURE Girl Says Rattlers Vital Organ Stopped the White Plague Physicians Astounded Williamsport PaThe apparent cure ofacase of consumption the family claim through the efficacy of the heart of a rattlesnake has astounded the physicians here Members of the medical profession re watching the case of Miss Stella Woolever wondering whether a new cure for the white plague has been discovered The case is a remarkable one the more so because it bears out claims made by the girls parents regarding the cure and apparently corroborates stories which were regarded s fertile imagination o stagesfnding her after a consultation as her parents that she could not live a week Then it was that they insisted on trying the cure they had spoken of several times that of swallowing the heart of a rattlesnake as soon after the death of the reptile as possible While it was regarded as erely a superstition the physicians aid that it could do no harm and the experiment followed- A rattlesnake was found after a hunt and killed before it could bite self The heart was removed and was ashed down the girls throat with water To the astonishment of the physicians the patient who is 20 years old showed almost immediate improvement The following day she had no sinking spell and the next day as much better Later she left the she had occupied and walked to the home of a neighbor The consulting physicians held another consultation and decided to advise that another heart be given the girl A hunt is now going on in the neighborhood for the snake that is to- urnish the heart- QUAINTEST GIFT RECORDED Makes Odd Provision for Daughter in Will Disposing- of 250000 London One of the quaintest bequests on record Is to be found in the will just proved of Mr Thomas Hayes of Leopardstown Park Stillorgan Dub lineIMr Hayes was a director of T Lyons Co limited drapers and left a personal estate valued at 250000 By his will which consists of about 100 folios of 9000 words the testator left his estate in trust for such persons as his daughter Gertrude Frances Tal ot Power wife of James Talbot Power hall appoint In default of such appointment or HayesdIrectedhis said daughter on the first day after his death should she so long sUrvive him 99999 on the second day after his death should she so long survive him througou1hedred and fiftieth day after his death is reached It is added that the sums thuI paid are to be for Mrs POwerSown sep arate use- PIPEOR AN ALARM CLOCK Carnegie Hires Noted Musician to Awaken Him Daily fronv Slum hers of Night New York Andrew Carnegie Is awakened every morning by music Just as the clock strikes eight each KindlyLightvarite roll out of the pipes fanimmense organ in his home in Fifth avenue rousing the steel king for the day and starting the machinery of the household to work whenlthehe Is gradually roused from slumber depends he Lays on how tired he is Atany believe in eing brought back to consciousness by the music of some hymn he loves go that ithtf 4rst thoughts will be restful soothing and give him inspiration for thtday v TJje instalment to played y Wiei CGiI fbrganigt of the Bfo way rabwnajcie i every morning Sumdmy in eluded F fi ia jl f t i r A iIJ DOINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE The County Unit Local Option Bill Introduced In the Senate Frankfort Jan l2The old county unit local option bill was introduced in the senate by Senator Cammack which provides that if the whole coun ty votes dry at the same time then the precincts that voted wet shall go with the majority and remain dry but if the whole county goes wet then those precincts that are already dry shall remain dry It will cause the same old hard fight as informer 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 JJyresolution thehouseftxed January 30 as Goebel Memorial day and a committee 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 fish ing and asking for a law to protect fish A concurrent resolution urging the senators and representatives from Kentucky in congress to use their ef forts 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 Ken tucky Confederate home asking that the legislation providing for pensions be favorably acted upon rt THE SUSPECTED YEGGS They Were Identified As Being In Shoal Ind Last Week Louisville Ky Jan 12 rR J Siegmund of Shoals Ind Thursday identified John Bohn and James Martin under arrest here as suspects in connection with the robbery of the Al baugh bank at Shoals as men whose teeth he had examined about two wczksagoLJames Jones marshal at Mitchell Ind recognized James Cam eron another one of the suspects as a man he had seen there ten days ago The five men were held in 2000 bond each until January 15 GETS LIFE SENTENCE William H York Found Guilty of Kill ing His Brother Lawrenceburg Ky Jan 12Wil liam H York 68 was given a life sentence for the murder of his brother James R aged 75 James Bast was given a similar sentence for alleged complicity in the crime several weeks ago The Yorks are wealthy farmers and it is said William was displeased over the giving away of money by his elder brother Brakeman Terribly Mangled Cynthiana Ky Jan 12Edward Long 22 unmarried a brakeman on an L N freight train while switch ing cars caught his foot in the frog of a switch Before he could remove it a train backed over him cutting his body lengthwise in two pieces and cutting off his head and both legs Woman Beaten and Robbed Louisville Ky Jan 12As Miss Blanche Tierney was going to her home on West Broadway she was stopped by two men one of whom struck her in the temple with brass knucks knocking her unconscious The men stole her purse containing 8 A New Judicial District London Ky Jan 12The legisla ture will be asked to create a new judicial district from the 26th 27th and 28th dstrcts The bill is indors- ed by the judges and commonwealths attorneys in the three districts to be affected by the bar and people Moonshiners Fined Louisville Ky Jan 12James and Cleveland Gray father and son of Hardin county were fined 100 each and given 30 days in jail on a charge of selling liquor Judge Evans recognized the father as having been before him for moonsnining in 1892 The Baroness Has Recovered Louisville Ky Jan 12Arthur Langham uncle of the Baroness Yon Sternberg announced that the baron ess who was operated upon in Get many for lameness with which She had been afflicted all of her life has entirely Tecovered Cot Nelson Not Reap lnted Frankfort Ky Jan 12Mk r Beck ham in sending recommendations to the senate did not reappoint Col R W Nelson of Newport a member of the board of State A1c M college placing C B Terrell of Trimble county in his stead Arrest Stopped Wedding Glasgow Ky Jan 12Grbvei r Cleveland Jones was arrested as he was leaving the county clerks office with his manage license He had been hidlngnceOctQber when al J4uriidiNpeared Senator McNiftt Seated Fraiikfort iKy Jan 12The wtato senate bY a pariy vpte oaf democrat voting with the republicai minority seated SenafofiEL S McNii t of Louis yule democrat whose Mt was eotested by H L reDubuC8J4 12ud i5 i day YarsbuiltJ St Xi it i A ii ttilf ii tii z11 ITHEJack of HEPumps Water Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Press For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse COe9 519 W Main StreetJILOUISVILLE ENTUCKT W F JEFFRIES SON Agt GIVEN FREE justissusedWall Chart of three Sheets six pages each 28 inches wide 36 inches long entirelyNewand exact ever printed In bringing this Map up to date all new towns are located all Electric and Traction Railroads are shown all Rural Mail Routes and portraits of all the Governors NagnificentChart with portraits of ail the Presidents Map of Panama showing Canal onc with data relative to the great Ship Canal now being built by the united States one of the greatest enterprises ever attempted A topographical Map of the Russia Japanese War district with data and details of the two great Armies and Navies battle fields etc including the last Naval battle in the straits of KoreaA of the World with Names of Rulers Coats of Arms Flags of all Nations Steamship Routes with data and Statistics of great worth Other maps are the Philippine lands Hawaii Alaska and Porto Rico in all nine distinct maps An index will locate any point desired and is so simple a child can understand it The Chart is new correct and up to date it an invaluable educator indespensable for the Home School Library or College The selling price is 250 yet its vorth is many times greater The Enquirer Company is giving this hart Free to subscribers of the weekly Enquirer who remit one dollar for a years subscription or for a re newal of old subscription Agents can reap a rich harvest soliciting orders for this grand offer Address ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati Ohio NOTICE EJNDvwork all kinds at Buggy Carriage and Wags Repairing Wears also prepared to applr all tdndsofaew RUBBER TIRE We keep a tock c f Iea Saterkf udWPairs Work 116M atOUshop Is guaranteed IB wormuulUp ud pica Shop located oadepeft street Mar Mala Give ua a call- CLARK 4 PARSON Campbeflsrille XsrJlar 90 ly Ston Stone Att JAIESTOIIEITUon t 0 7 Will practice in the vC i ticourts in this and adjoining counties 0 J Special attention given collections WMORE HOTEL FI tslT We 1 Good s Mip Roorni t t dqsbl l ltesnsbk H3fe li kr wfP WILMOWe rTbif 4t i efl J t 5 rt f i trjl 1 II to 2 t W Jr ft 7j 1t 1 r t Ji t j i 4 i1 i Jk 3 y T wtft tt4 z 1 U t f r L2 J WII cTHE ADAffi COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 24 1906 TV 8Y i 7 f CORRESPONDENCE ADAIR AND ADJOINING COUNTIES Ir i44444It44 We are having fine weather the calico party was well at tended al A T Shirrills Satur day nightI4 Uncle George Flowers is making some improvement on his property at this place Mr G Whit Flowers of Bliss was here Saturday on business M Rev G Y Wilson left for his appointment at Breeding Satur day afternoon Ed Staples Deputy Sheriff of Columbia was here Eriday Mrs C S Walkup has been confined to her room for several days with fever R L Davis of Portland was here Saturday shaking hands ivith his friends Ed Wheeler the wellknown trader of Sparksville was on our market last Saturday with a fine horse for sale Paul Wilson Willie Hunter andI James Wilmore students of Co lumbia spent last Saturday andI Sunday at home Miss Pearl Hindman corn menced her school last Monday with twenty enrolled i Our farmers have been busily engaged burning plant beds and turning the soil for the last few days ExGovernor J R Hindman of Columbia was with us one day last week Rev W H C Sandidge filled his regular appointment at Union last Sunday and in his usual manner preached us an interest ing sermon j Robt Grissom of Oklahoma who has been visiting relatives in this community for a week was in our city last Friday and informed us that he would start home in a few days GoIJN Coffey the well kuown merchant of Colun1biaI was here one day last week sell ing cattle Col is an uptodate v business man and knows exacts ly how and when to trade 19leck Napier a cilizen of our says the parties who have been bothering his dogs and chickens had better know what they are about they might pos sibly smell powder and feel the effect of a few shot Mr J McScott one of the Co lumbia Spectator staff was in our midst last Friday in the interest of his paper J A Diddle the wellknown mill and lumberman of our tow n if bought last week of Dohoney BrO of Columbia a nice lot of wijeat at 95cents per bushel JiH Smith spent a few days Uit week in Russell county andwhile there bought a car J load of the best butcher cattle i that they have bought for sever talmonths at satisfactory prices Miss S llie Diddle and herlittle niece Mildred Walker of Colum ibia spent several days of last visiting relatives and friends in this community Dr John Grady of Monticello jif spent one night last week with i f i his brother Mr Thomas Grady placet1t it Mrs Lola Lovett and daught r er of Columbia were the guests J I of Mrs G Q Hpss and Mrs J il G H Nell a day orso last weekt 1 y We are certainly glad Jxr iiQte itt f4Ait t if= T1js155 f T 5L that Mrs Charles Yates who has been in delicate health fori several months is improving at this time and is able to be on the stage of action again Mr Sam Myers of Hart coun ty while en route for Columbia a few days ago stopped over for a night with Mr D C Wheeler of this community Mr Myers is one of Hart countys best bus iness men Lewis Compton of Portland was on our streets last Thursday in the interest of furs and we must say here that Mr Compton is the right man in the right place for he is a good jndge of such goods George Atkins one of Sparks villes best citizens and one who never knew what it was to be hard up for any of this Iwdrlds goods was in our town last Thursday and reports every in his sectionjT G Gowen one of our levelc est headedmen and one of the board of supervisors of 1904 in formed your reporter that he didnot bother the people in this section like the last board Mr Gowen is acquainted with our property and knows about the valueMillard Collins one of Sparks villes uptodate merchants was in our our midst last Wednesday and informed us that their last years business was very satis factory and they were enjoying a good trade at present Rev Wright assisted by Rev Campbell just ciosed a very successful meeting at Antioch church a few days ago which resulted in ten professions and the community at large as well as the church greatly revived J D Walker and wife Dr John Murrell and wife of Columbia e attended church at Union last Sunday C L Keltner one of our best citizens was in our midst one day last week and informed yours reporter that two or three of his neighbors were greatly alarmed one night last week by every membar of the family gettingl ick at the same time and fected about alike The cause of T this trouble is not known but it appears to your reporter that here is something wrong and if this trouble should occur again there should be steps taken at once to investigate matters Our free school closed here a few days ago taught by Mr Lee Taylor of Camp Knox This was Mr Taylors first school and we must say in behalf of him that hIS school was a success Our children improved in all of their studies and the community so far as we know was satisfied with his mode of teaching and we take it that Mr Taylor made a record as a teacher that will not be erased from the memory of his patrons for time to come Mr Taylor will enter school at Bowling Green in a few daysj We take this method to tender our thanks to Mr F M Breed ing the wellknown livery man of Glasgow for the nice calen dars presented us a few days ago We certainly will take great pleasure in exhibiting them to the public It affords us pleasure to state here that he is the right man x in the right pl ceknowsexactlYhowand when to accommodate you- Successtc you Finis Smith Nell sold last week tQ Pemberton Bro of Elizabeth- town 24 mules at 11750 per iitfif rJA ilflj ff2gi Acc Ji fJ head Iii Cumberiaiid county 50 head of cattle at 2k to 3J per pound 4 mules from different parties at 135 per head 1 horse from Ed Wheeler at 9500 While in conversation with Geo H Nell one of the firm of Smith Nell the well known stock men of this place informed your reporter thst during the year 1905 they did the amount of eventy thousand dollars worth of business in this and adjoining counties Our farmers should appreciate such men as this and when they have stock to sell give them a chance as it is known allover these counties that they are liberal buyers Twenty Year Battle 11 was a loser in a twenty year bat tIe with chronic piles and malignanti sores until I tried 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 wounds 25c at TE Paulls druggist RUSSELL SPRINGSJ Ex Supt Isbell left on a bus iness trip to Tennessee a few days ago Mr Sam Conover and Miss Bes Grider weremarried here on the 14th Judge Simpson of Jamestown was with us Friday Uncle Wyatt Judd is able to be out again He has been suffer ing from rheumatism R E Hatfield and sister Josie were visiting their brothers and sisters here last week We are told that J E Snow has orderd a nice lot ofvehicles for his new business The enrollment of the Acad emyis to date 170 withregalar attendance of 125 More are expected this week Dr W B Armstrong our dent ist is with us again A Hardlotcof troubles to contend with spring from a torpid iver and blockaded bowls unless you awaken them to their proper action with Dr Kings New Life Pills the pleasantest and most effective cure for Constipation They prevent Appendicitis andy tone ub the system 25c at T E Paulas drug tore SPARKSVILLEu Mrs Evan Akin is on the sick ist F Curry visited relatives fns Hart county last week ReyTJCampbell filled hisI regular appointment at this place last Sunday Lapha Akin is clerking for Nell Nell while Eugene Nell is attending court Born to the wife of Mose Wootn a son Mrs Bell Dooley and children visited her mother at East Fork last week Mr Bess Page who has been visiting friends and relatives at this place left for his western home Monday Rev Frank Winfrey will preach here the 4th Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night this month Miss Bertha Hurt of Breeding is visiting her grandfather this week i Wm H Baker who has been in poor health for some time is very low at this writing George Akin was in jradyyjlle on business last week Miss Sarah E Wooten is very sick at present s14r Geed Stotts of Bliss visited his daughter last week Born to the wife of Baker Enf gland on tfelSt t9ijfiOYS F- KNIFLEY Plenty of rain and mud and not much farm work going on Mr Lindsey Fare bought of Richard Bean a small farm lastI week and removed to it Price knownAunt Hovious is lying at deaths door at this writing Prof R 0 Cabell is conduct ing his second class in vocal mu sic at the Parnell Church Several of our citizens attended Circuit Court last week A C Wheeler lost a good young mare last week with a bladder trouble She had been af flicted for 15 months Three of R 0 Cabells classes met at Knifley last Wednesday for the perpose of practic ng together There was a large crowd and all had a good time Mr Schyler Neat with Otter Co was to see our merchants- one day last week Prof R 0 Cabell spent Wed nesday night and Thursday atI the home of A C Wheeler J B Russell sons andlW E Bryant are feeding a bunch of hogs each for the spring marketMr G Aker has removed to Russell Springs and C G Jeffries has taken posession of the entire property with Aunt Betty Knifley to hold a part of the house during her life time Some of our boys have to tell the new officers that the parties theyare looking for are at the barn 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 Vanceboro Me permitted a little cold to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was only averted by Dr Kings Nevi Dis covery He writes Three doctors me up to die of lung inflamation by a neglected cold but Dr Kings New Discovery saved my lifeiGuaranteed best cough and cold at T E Paths drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free MELL SProfL M Banley of Green vile Tenn7 closed an interesting singing School here last Sat night He seems to have but few equals in the science of music in this country he has written several pieces of music some ofwhich are splendid D B Dbwell and G A Kelt haw bought an the loose tobacco in this section paying from 5 to 6 cents A K Keltner and W R Do honey 1 are on the Louisville mar ket selling tobacco A peculiar woman accompa nied with a pony and five dogs is causing qu i tea sensation among the people on her way through here from Lebanon via Campbellsville and Greensburg She appears to be a detective or a spy for Kate Carter the noted cetetive We have just recieved information to the effect that she has already caught one fellow near Liletown who committed a black murder in Missouri and fled to his home in Kyfor refugeI Mr A J Mouk and Robert Do honey made a business trip to Columbia last Monday 0 B Finn reports io us that he is running his saw jnill to perfection Last Friday morning Mont Lisle shot and killed Wash Slin ker at Liletown ICyv was there suitto a dispute man argument Slinker shot at TJ1Rletmee times thehiscl thes only in the meantime Lisle procured a shot gun and fired th- efatblow tf 9 l f45 t t fJ f r vf o 1L i i k LITTLE ELM TEXAS Some time since we wrote a letter to the news that escaped the wastebasket and consequently have amassed enough nerve to write again We would be very glad indeed to read the News each week from Glensfork as that is our old home We wish that every family in Adair county had their names on your subscription list as a good live newspaper is a great help to its people county and town It is in the weekly newspaper that we find the records of all births when the infant grows into womanhoodor manhood and the wedding bells ring for their nuptials we again go to the county paper for a write up and at last after we have traveled down the rugged hill of life and are sleeping beneath the clods of the valley then it is our friends go to the News for words of consolation in their great bereavmant Let me plead with the people of Adair county to stick to your county newsper and in so doing you are building up the entire community In looking over your paper I see a letter from Eld ZT Wil hams In former years we were well acquainted with him Wes remember when he was in the mercantile business at Glensfork and also taugh a singing school at night He was always readyl with good advice May long to continue the good workHaving noticed the prices of stock in your paper we will give you a few prices as we got them at an old fashioned sale a few days ago yearling mules 62 twoyearold mules 116 two and one half year old mules 135 mares 116 cows and calves 8 per head hogs 5 cents per pound gross Prices are good except ingcattle Land can be bought from 40 to 75 per acre but not much 40 land for sale There was a R R7survey through our town last weekand f the road is built land will be worth muchmore In the worlds broad field of battleSIn the bivouc tf life Be not like dumb driven cattle Be a hero in the strife B F KELSAY Coming Even Is You can tell you are in for a 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 of your digestive organs never fails to give relief from all the irritant poisons kept in byclogged bowels liver and kidneys Sold by Dr J N Page of Columbia and Page Moore of Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back fit fails I IRVINS STOREE News has been scarce KI this part therefore your correspond lent has been delinquent Mrs JT Withers is reported very sick Ed Atkins was here the first of the week Mr Cornelius Stephens lost a valuable horse supposed to have been shot Aunt Martha Bradshaw had the misfortune to get her arm broken last week but is doing nicely W H Hopper is teaching a selt School at Union he is one of our best teachers D C Hopper our representative w sat his home last Friday but returned to Iris post Monday Last Sunday at Union church Cornelius Dause and John Curry engaged in a drunken brawl and both are now away from home as fugitives BoyS when you want to leave home go like men and tnen if you get homesick you ISS ii i- lirt ijUi C 4 4 fe can come back without any trou ble communityfor ter than we have ever known notwithstanding the chageable weather It is a fact worth men tioning that a continued astwind brings lung troubles and as yet we have had none from this point of the compass 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 and make i you an easy prey to any disease that may be stalking around Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin a hot bath and 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 at 50c and 1 Money back if it fails MILLTOWN There is going to be a quarterly meeting here next Saturday and Sunday The pound party at Mr Jim Hatchers of this place was largely attended last Tuesday They enjoyed plenty of- upper and reported a fine time Mr Ray and Miss Pearl Left wich of Horse Cave were visit ng their relatives at this place ast week While crossing Big creek their buggy turnedover and they were thrown into the water but not nurtSWhile getting out to open agate last Tuesday Willie John stons team got frightenedand ran throwing his sister Miss Susie out of the wagon but she is not seriously hurt Mrs Ray Thomas while putting a stick of wood in the stove got a severe burn Her hand was caught between the wood and the stove- Mr and Mrs Lindley returned home from a visit to thier child ren in Taylor county last week Mr Geo Pollard has moved to Mr Lucian Thomas near Grady ville The windstorm at this place last Monday night was terrific It tore down lots of trees and fenses JutNerehgews 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 lax ative Syrup Pepsin It is a pleasant tonic purifying syrup with a mild ac tion and no bad after effects Sold by Dr J N Page of Columbia and Page Moore of Cane Valley at 50c and 1 Money back if it fails OLGA Eli Blakey will leave for East Missouri to spend six months with his friends Jo Barns is spending a few days in Somerset Milton Blakey sold his farm to Milender Hadley for 20QO Mrs Martha Smyth of this place died last Thursday She was 84 years old and the mother of Brine Smith of this place Prof Luther Miller will sing at Griders Chapel next Sunday Miss Lizzie Hill spent last Sat urday with her grandmother JN MTJRRELL JR DENTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY OFFIcECorner Room Mafcum Hotel WILMORE HOTEL First slag Table Good Sample Rooms Feed Stable Reasonable Bates WI WILMOEG IffOI Qradyville Kentucky n A r ivi t 4L