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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i a kF f ry 1a s 74t- iq t h t 14 v3t t yt t it 1 iX W 4 aM ft t j bt7 bpifLo 0 nttt 2L nO VOLUME 9 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENT TOO WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1906 NUMBER 12 Mf Director 0 POST OFFICE J 1L RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days 730 a m to 830 II as COURT ClBCUlT CoUBT Three sessions a y r 44Monday in January third Monday in Y ihd third Monday in September Circuit Judge HC Baker ft Commonwealths Attorney A AHndakston i Sheriff W B Patteson s Circuit CledtTJRNemt COUNHT COURT First Monday In each month Judge Junius Hancock County Attorney G P Smyhe t ClerkT R StultLIJailer A W Tarter Assess jr G W Pike Surveyor W M McCubbin School Sapt Mrs G R Shelton CoronerC W Rowe CITY CouaT- 7ayorCapt W W Bradshaw Judge r AttorneyGordon Montgomery Marshal s It f i CHURCH 4r Ir t 11 PRESBYTERIAN BVDlVdJ STUET RevW G Clemens pastor f ees second and fourth Sundays In e8 chignont Suriday School at 9 L rnevery Sabbath PraYermeeting every Wednesday night r c METHODIST Bqioasvn B STREET Rev A R Kasey pastor rri sht2ad and 3rd Sundays In each month Sunday School every Sabbath mt9 L m Prayer bmeeting Thursday night BAPTISTb GREENSBURG STREET Rev J P Scruggs pastor First and third Sundays In each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 L m Prayermeetins Wednesday night CHRISTIANC- AMPBBLLSVIILB PIKE Eld A L Oder pastor Services second and Fourth Sundays each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 98 Wednesday nightL m Prayermeeting LODGE MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A M Replar 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 CHAPTER R A M No 7 meets Friday f night after full noon SAM LEWIS HP Horace Jeffries Secretary r s COLMBIA CoUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after Jujt moon in each month E G ATKINS T I M T R STULTS RECORDER HoteteRestaurant 3 WN Brlnton Son Proprietorsi jLunch Hiitt COMFORTABLE ROOMS The trade of Adair and adjoiLing I couuties solicited LEBANON KENTUCKY rrru mrrrYr rmr r JAMES TRIPLET DENTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY IOFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK W E ltesterr DENTIST Jamestown Kentucky JJam prepared to fix Pumps Tinwork Woodwork and all kinds of repairing a specialty Horseshoeing and Blacksmithing I am prepared to do your buggy repairing on short notice LOCATION Wiz STBEIT WADE H CUBKNKS j yreA fj j I e IMPIIOVEMENTSIYANTEOr Feeling of the people GOOD ROADSMORE BRIDGES Mr J A Diddle of Gradyville ex pressed himself on the road and proposition as follows I am in favorof the county buying a stone crusher and Snaking roads instead of doing patch work I feel certain that a move of this kind would result in great good to the county and meet the approval of our heaviest tax payers I am heartily in favor of good roads and am willing to join in the move I understand that a few more bridges are needed and I want it understood that I do not be lieve in doing without them Our bridge at Milltown is worth a great deal to our section and demonstrates the wisdom of our magistrates in push ing such improvements I am for road and bridges and hope our fiscal court will take up these propositions and make lasting improvements J MrJ N Coffey are you m favor of better roads and more bridgecYes if there is a man in the county for such improvements youmay say that it is Newt Coffey Tne jack of these things is expensive ant a severe check to our county I favor abridge at Neatsville and am willing to be taxedjto secure it but asjt would not be of direct benefit to meI feel like making an out side contribution but should necessity arise guess I would do that rather than see it fail I am willing to have our county take a progressive step in these matters A rock crusher is badly need ed and with the grader and crusher in use we would soon have some good roads I hope the County Court will be progressive in these matters Tr the people and make the improve ments Mr W H Flowers o BlisB stated I am for a rock crusher and hope the county will buy one and put it to work at once Our roads are fearful and un til stone is applied can not be much better in winter I am heartily hi fa vor of bridge building until all sections of the country are tied together There is no doubt- provements as to the worth of such im and I hope that our Fiscal Court will take up the bridge and road propositions and push them to comple tion Instead of low tax and bad roads I prefer a high tax to secure these im provements Mr W F Jeffries states I am in favor of a bridge at Neatsville or at any other place where one may be need ed I realize the worth of such improv ments and this matter has been too long delayed The bridges ought be built There is no stronger believer in good roads than myself and I Relieve that the proper course for our county is to purchase a stone crusher and put it to work as early as possible The people want improvement and are wil ling to pay the bill Mr W R Williams states I am in favor of building a bridge at Neatsville- It is badly needed 1 also favor build ing at other places As to roads they need stone and I know of no better way than to purchase a crusher Now is the time to begin this work The roads ought to be taken out of the branches and creeks and the grader and stone crusher put to work Mr V Bryant was in town Saturday and in conversation stated that the strongest evidence of the need of a rock crusher could be secured by a trip up the Stanford road Mr Bryant is in favor of the county buying and oper ating a rock crusher and also believes that more bridges should be built Mr N B Chapman on the Stanford road expressed himself as against heI buildingof more bridges or the pur chase of a stone crusher believing that the county is unable to do these thins for Sale One extra gentle family horse any woman or child can drive him with safety not afraid of trains or automobiles covered wagons etc Works anywhere and can be hitched 15 handi- igh dark bay good tail and mane and nota1 1eIniIabonhUnFirltcbeckfori 12500 wi tbuyjiiimif bought at once Jxo H CHANDLER Campbeltevllle 0tf Ky 4tr tL L raftlIFv J q 0 lT J II 6o1umM M c iufl 86flooI Ii m 1 Preparatory SC hoot to Cenjtfal University of Danville Kentucky i 11 SPECIAL COURSES FOR TEACHERS PREPARING v FOR COUNTY AND STATE CERTIFICATES ES IICIass in Shorthand and lhokkeepintaI progress New classes in these Branches jC will be organized at therbeginning of next term Department jr COMPETENT TEACHERS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OF 11 THE SCHOOL If I r t Boarding Facilities unsurpassed good Boarding the College Campus r1 Rates very Reasonable Next term begins January 1st 1906 For further information t I rcr TA vy ADD ESS 4 r t JNO W FLOWERS i S j hWhtototoBiaoToreoa 8Jti e N N N M F PUPILS RECITALj Large Audience PresentProgram Greatly Enjoyed A large audience composed of pat- erons land friends of th school and students heard the Pupils Recital at the Presbyterian church last Friday eve ningThe Recital was successful in every detail It was varied in character and each number of the program elicited spirited applause which attested its ex cellenceThere is no doubt as to the amount and kind of work that Mr Ohlenmach er requires of his He has fully demonstrated the fact that he is a ented teacher as well as performer and the people of Columbia should feel- honored to have such a teacher of their schools The M F inoneI certainly endeavor to engage tinued services Considering the amount of technical work Mr Ohlenmacher requires with each lesson the program of his pupils was The musical talent displayed by numbers of the students was and is a cause for con gatulat onto both teacher and pupil The music class was assisted by Miss Margaret Taykiy teicherVbf expre sion wlH deserves special inentioh for the manner m Which she completely captivated the entire audience MiN- T jlorureaerandteacber has few equals in this part of the State YOUcan buy any suit of clothes miens orbbys or ladies or misses ckmks in my kata bargain 0T TY1IRcur W a t I Ch f 1eY s Syr AN EVENING OF ENJOYMENT Governor and The1 Band Made Music The lecture by Governor J R Hind man in the Lindsayson last Thursday evening was a treat to the many students of greatI stitution as well as the many who were drawn there by their admira tion of the speaker The large hall was well filledand Governor Hindman entertained in a speech of an hours length which at times bubbled over with humor and sparkled with wit and logic throughout The Columbia Band furnished the muse several in a entertaining manner IOSingOf1the ple and throughout contained precepts that mark the way of progress refinement and happiness Viewed as a whole the entertainment was one of a high order and cal culated to do much good as well as furnish enjoyment to those who are burning the midnight lamp in the pursuit of knowledge A ANTED A young lady todo light must be white over k18 of agej FD1illydrew Mrs RJ Lyon Carapoellsville I- IKyQr hl office 122tl The farmers thro fbout this section Ire puti C in aY ryday that will in armc for the lSMl crop Many 1 plris ItDtumtJMartb y w i s warf2I4 rA 4jdI r Jjt 1 0 t redricIMusic in of C Ohlenmacher who as a Teacher of Music has no superiors and few equals in this section of the State w Two Homes on cretary N N pupils tal remarkable noticeable ij1tii Hindman Lectured rendering housework do charge X IPERSONAL MENTION i TUE COMERS AND GOER S siCkfIhere Sunday Dan Curd of Horse Cave was in Columbia Monday Jno Parrish of Bakerton was here the first of the week A L Oder who was on a two IEld visit to Texas returned last weekG W Robertson and Al Myers Lebanon were here from Saturday until Mondayt sfa M W Hancock who has beenI lMr sick list for several days is im j provingMrs B Patterson who has been confined to her room for several days is improvingMr Cabell was in town Monday He brought Miss Oritha Dowdy i who entered the IL F School Mj E C arid Dr Celt Murrell of Iowa are visiting their parents Mr and Mr i ifJ Murrell m this city Mi Stela Conover is visiting rela tiree near Burksville and other points in Cumberland county She will be ab about two weeks JlrJ M Logan of Macomb nlJis jqpendinf a ew with hk re1at fives and many old friends in this ecJ tin Mn Logan kft here eight years acp and is hifMy pleased with that part of tk country a f fr i t 4 1I t Bingham Moore Cane Valley was here Sunday Mr John Wallace of Columbia isiILJLouisville this week i Misses Ora Collins and Hettie Tarter called on the News Saturday IMr Turk Young of Waterview isvisiting Mr R K Young near town E A Cheek of CampbellsviHe was visiting in Columbia a day or so of last week Mr W M Vance is doing work for the Knoxville Nursery Co in Hardin countyW Misses Amanda and Susie Thompson of Sparksville paid this office a visit Monday i Miss Ora Collins of Glenville is vfai iting the family of Mr T F Collin of this place f i Richie Young of Cumberland county is visiting his brother Mr R K Young near town lrYViH t visited Misses Bettie and Martha Hancock Saturday and Sunday Mrs W T Hendrickson of Caaey Creek entered his daughter MM Myrtle in the Lindsay Wilson hooIjcity lllrJHYOUDI who has been sueing muleainGajforthe lutIIiXtj v days arriYedltomefondaYtHeJ1 Vi P 1 i 6i f i j 1i- r tj if cbI 1t L t I 7 r IC i t Irt f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY p311906 r L0 f iH I ri sv itJ CMWISEMANSONDiamonds i Jewlers and Opticians 1f Special attention given to work and all orders in 0of goods in our line 111 Oposite Music flail 132 W Market Ret 1st 2d StL Ky S D crenshavv1 Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any surgical work done at fairprices lam well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONE HALf MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMBIA POINTMENT Coffins AND Caskets I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it patronize J E Snow Russell Sqrings 1 MILLIONS OF WHEELER WILSON Rotary Hook Lock Stitch Sewing Machines have been sold during the past half century affording gratification and satisfaction to the users tThe Rotary Hook is as far ahead of the shuttle as a circular buzz saw is ahead of a cross cut sawand for the same reasonthe Rotary Hook with its contin uous motion admits of a greater speed and eliminates vibration so trying on the nerves SEND FOR BOOKLET 7 D COYCOLV7ltBIJt KY y I17aJh Weekly Courier Journal 1 15O Arid The News fr l ti rtio t hYJ jt i4 o WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS EAST FORK As I have been a reader of the News for a long time and enjoy reading its columns very much es pecially those of its correspond ents I will give a few items from our community The spirit of building new and preIvailThe good Methodist bretheren have erected a beautiful new church in the little village of BridgePort which adds greatly to the appearance of the town It will not be dedicated until next Spring on account of wishing for good weather The minister in charge Rev George Breeding whom we regard to be well wor thy his calling filled his regular appointment within its walls last Sunday peoplerare repairing the old union church house o- completed n the hill which when will be a nice com fortable building There will be regular preaching the 1st Sunday and the preceding Saturday in each month by our worthy pastor Rev W J Levi who has been with us for five years Mr Thomas Pickett has erected new and handsome residence on his farm which is much appreci ated by his wife and daughtes Mr Riley Compton W W Harris and others have added new rooms to their homes that make them more convenient and look better Uncle Robert Browning one o our oldest citizens who is turning in his 76 year retains health and strength to a remarkable de gree He is able to do light farm work attend to all the chores at tend church and can ride to town a distance of 6 miles and return the same day Aunt Betsy Pulliam one of our good old mothers is very low with pneumonia While having the attention of her family physician and careful nursing of loving children and husband yet her rcc verY is doubtful She bears her suffering with great patience and is willing and ready to answer the summons Aunt Nancy Cassaday another example of piety and religion who is clinging to the faith in Christ is patiently awaiting her summons She is suffering with a combination of diseases subject to old age and will be greatly missed in the home and comma- pity R L Browning and daughter Miss Kitttie and Mr Brownings little grandchildren Frances and Leonard who live with him are visiting R L Shirley at Bridge PortChes Cassady one of our f ers who is given to ingenuity an aispinningis doing good work We are having some nice weath er and our farmers are making their axes sound and saws ru in a business like manner becom ing those preparing for afutur crop B In BRYANTS STORE Mrs Victoria Richards and Mrs Sutherland were shopping at this place Friday also spent sever hours visiting Mrs T J Bi an Born to the wifeofJhnWhit Jan 18 a daughter Died Jan 16 at the home of i 4 a iq2 f4i t 1 H w ir rJt y a tfr4 i i rG her mother Mrs Elizabeth War neroMr Robt Bailey of Craycraft visited at Mr Albert Bryants last Sunday afternoon jvery large crowd of young people of thi community met at andIIA terrific rain and wind storm passed over this section Monday night 15th blowing down trees Rev H M Shouse and wife entertained the officers and teachers of the Baptist Sunday School on the 17th Mrs R M Sharp and Mrs Helen Carter went to Burnsides Wednesday to visit Mrs Dump Carter and other relatives Our people are wonderfully elatedwith the flattering prospects of a railroad through the countyRoads here are simply in a deplorable condition the turn pikes are no better than dirt roads In many places four horses are required to pull less than a two horse load Our new Sheriff has been kept busy since he come into office He has been on the run day and night CynthianaIdepartment of Middlesboro Nor alI college and is giving general satisfaction Mrs M H Judd has charge of the primary classes tofJudge perform Lafe is not a great improvement over Judge Rains in point of good looks but as to manner of conducting his courts we are not prepard to say as we have not been present a any of his sittings The case of Mrs Veil Hatter against John Hogen in the quar terly at Liberty Monday resulted in verdict for the defendant The suit grew out of the sale of a horse and has been quite a costly one as there was some 25 wit nesses summoned to court Mon day Several of our teamsters have been notified by the Lincoln county road supervior that they have by unusual heavy hauling damaged theturn pike road from the Casy and Lincoln line to Me Kinney and that they will be r quired to repair the injury by the first of Febuary or pay a fine 1nThere is some considerable kick ing being done but it seems to us like kicking against the pricks The law which is a new one to most people here is being discussed in all of its phases and some of the opinions advanced tausarme even ne Samano suc 8 ce s our Statute while others contend itIvasland not individvals 11These are only a few of t advanceed an spcn considerable time discussing the means of defeating the much hated statute while their teams are enjoying a much needed rest The attempt by the Lincoln authourities to enforce the law buals iness ofteaming Those who have noticetos line less they be taught and made to anty up as they call it rha f G kfj 4r1i i Ii tIjlriki 3cJ c i7 CAMplKNOX Farmers are busy preparing for the seasons work Miss Edith Squires visited her sister Mrs Clem Squires this weekMr and Mrs JG Lindley visit ed their daughter Mrs Berry Miller last week Mrs J A Neagles a well known and beloved Christian lady died at her home Jan 18th She had been a member of the Baptist Church for many years a fervent Chsistian a loving wife and mother A husband and sev en children survive her Miss Susye V Johnston is con fined to her room with nervous prostration the result of a dangerous runaway Her brother Will and herself were returning home when on jumping out to open the gate he pitched the lines over the dashboard and be fore she could recover them the horses had started at full speed They ran for some distance throwing her out in running against some obstacle and were finally stopped near their home by a colored man She was considerably bruised but no serious injuries were discovered KEMP The weather is fine at this writingThe of this vicinity is very good at present Mrs Lizzie Moss has been vis iting Mrs W C Orr for a few days Miss Flora Squires has been visiting her sister Mrs Birtie Whitlock for a day or two Misses Mary Ferkins and Eu nice Orr spent last Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Georgia Squires Miss Hallie Hancock is teach i n g at Snake Branch School House W J Squires is suffering very much with a cancer on his nose and Mrs W C Orr spent tlast Sunday with Mrs C D Stults Mr Ed Squires and family visited Mr W C Orr and family Sunday night r There was a candy breaking at Mr Henry Squiress last Thurs day night There was a singing at Pick etts Chapel Sunday afternoon Demmon Workman spent last Saturday at this place hunting JAMESTOWN J Q Alexander representing hereetaking orders for spring goods Ed Atkins was with us last 00week selling our merchants a few groceries Mr Shaw representing the Southern Janes Co who makes a specialty of janes pants is here taking orders Strong Hill of Belknap Co Hardware Co was here and took some orders Mr Parrigin a representative of the Cumberland Grocery Co of Burnside was with us also weresinteresthechurch There was a good congregation The Board of Supervisors fin ished their work this week They found Russell county ina much better condition by several thus and than we thought so Russell is on the rise J H Simpson who has been in our midst Jeft for this home last week He reports that he Had a very enjoyable time steak j ing hndsWth his old Mends r f ft it a re J t i jfvrr L I 5i 1 and seemed to regret very much that he did not have the time to visit his old friends Tim Brad shaw Bill Rowe Capt Bradshaw and John Eubank Dr Scholl of Jabez was visiting his mother and Dr Hopper this week Judge Smith of Tompkinsville was here a few days last week The law suit over the estate of the late Dr A M Jackman has been compromised by paying his reputed daughter Mrs Perkins 2000 The estate is estimated at about 20000 Mrs Mary Wolford daughter of J C Walford is quite sick with pneumonia fever Lrr J Q Phelps of Esto took his wife to Louisville last week to undergo an operation for a tu mor She had become almost helpless Miss Maggie Jones music SpringsAcademy She reports a class of about 25 music pupils 125 pupils are en rolled and about 25 more will en roll next week Builders Flour Grist Cement Mills- Distilleries and Rock Crushers REPAIRS ALL KINDS PROMPTLY 116 Sew MY CHOICE Written News There is a paper this land You bet its hard to beat It has eight pages every time And is issued once each week j It all the dailies represents- Except the yellow ones Nothing is found in its contents Unwholesome for little ones from all sections letters gives And thus get the news Of who is sick or gone abroad From Maine to Vera Cruz Its CropsIsIts readers thus get everything While a non subscriber fails townItoo- In all this great Commonwealth It improvments advocates- In town and country too Please read its columns every week I know its advice is true In politics it standeth high Its voice is shrill and loud And onward is its battle cry Till victory we are proud It loves to hear the rooster crow sure will scotch a wheel Or fire its gun though cannons boom Upon this our battle field Ten thousand homes it soon shouldreach For members to peruse Its name Well that no secret is Its The Adair County News ROBERT LEE CAMPBeLL 1IvvwvwsI7i wlvvv1tvvvlvw wwvwvv wf f 1 1 I IfI f f f 1 f1 f v Buggies Phaetons Runabouts Surreys I- 7K 9 v ijA WOODSON LEWIS v VGREENSBURG 5 7 V j vgthe K to balance of 7K 7Kl 7K the season and will sell at prices i 5 cash7K ali disV 7K 7sjn- iii 1 discoverv K 7talfalfa on almost any soil Write for catalogv 1dfull information 7i vvC WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG KY iiv v n w IIvvviv Kwv o V i m77KI7K 1ii71Ci77K7K7K7i m7riKnnnc7KI7iK W T PYNE PREST FRED W HARDWICK SECTY A TREAS IN TPYNE MILL and SUPPLY 60 ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 MILLWRIGHTs AND MACHINISTS of OF ATTENDED To E St for for the in It we all of It 5 E Work Sheet Iron and Tank Wo r k No and MAIN STS LOUiSVILLB KENTUCKY STOCKDehlerIjCt t Market Louisville Catalagw Jobbing SolicitedNew 1301THIRTMEENTM u THiWMrratft ice SU1i11R1 smia nr ax HKB 1 DR JAMES MENZlESAT RESIDENCE OFFICE PHONE 35 1biaKy 2 1Ot OTEOPf1TJ1Y 1 tf t JSonsUltationandExarn1natdontc j Fr ea + Ofnoe i r 4 Mr Vte y saJ T- 4 f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 31 1906 APainless Cure of Curable Pain Never resign yourself to suffer pain Womens pains are curable They are the sign of dangerous conditions of the female organs which should be promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow TAKES e IDeo 01 IT GOMES TO WOMANS RELIEF whenever she suffers from any of womans biting and weakening pains It not only compels the pains to stop but It follows up and drives out 4athe cause of the pains which prevents them from coming back It makes you well Try It Sold everywhere In 100 bottles MID US A LETTER WITHOUT A PAIN freely and frankly In strictest confid writes Mary Shelton of Poplar ante telling us all your symptoms and Bluff MoU can do my housework troubles Wi will send free advice although before taking CARDUI two In plain seated envelope how to doctors had done me 10 good I can clue them Address Ladles Advisory truthfully say I was cured by Card Dept Tnt Chattanooga Medicine Co I want every suffering lady to know of Chattanooga Tenn this wonderful medicine THE BUSY MANS LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis and Southwest IS VIArLouisville Henderson St Louis Railway HENDERSON ROUTE PULLMAN SLEEEPR fREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Special Roundtrip Homeseekers Rates to Southwest and West first and third Tuesdays January and February 1906 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mex ico on sale daily until April 30 Limit to return May 31 1906 Secondclass Colonist Rates to Southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays January and Feburary 1906 ASK US FOR RATES J H Colleger L J Irvin Traveling Passenger Agent General Pass Agent LGUISVILLE7 KENTUCKY m + 4444 + c i GOTO f j E La HUCHES COae 123 E Main St Louisville Ky J e i THE 6 + o Quickest Shipper Of i I Sash i iI Doorsv iandBlinds i IN THE BUSINESSa s + a Fifth Avenue Hotel I5 = at I W i FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY a no f== C Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled AFirstclass Hotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale S anl P tail Districts Churches and Theatres v f tiEE CAMPBELL Manager it IN N 4 NN NEwsIiWATCH OUR ADVERTISEMENTS r v L t ti I 1Yh rty al tt xJ r a tsFark t Uomaps Realm FOR SWEET SEVENTEEN rigstHer coat suit is light looking The coat may fit or be a box shapeAs rule the coat reaches the knees The plaited skirt is the most generally seen The tucker finishes her low party dress The sunray skirt is liked for dancing frocks Smart little puffs serve as evening dress sleeves Simple coiffures with or with out bows are the rule She does not dress as if it were seventeenth season Very few young girls wear veils A veil is out of place until a girl attains a dignified bear ing SAID OF WOMEN Man forsakes Christianity in his labors woman cherishes it in her solitudes and trials Man lives by repelling woman by en duringand her Christianity meets her Channing A womans hopes are woven as sunbeams a shadow annihilates them George Elliott It is not easy to be a widow one must resume all the modesty of girlhood without being al lowed even to feign ignorance Mme de Girardin Women cannot see so far as men can but what they do see they see quicker Buckle The more idle a womans hand the more occupied her heart DubayWomen speak easily of platon ic lovebut while they appear to esteem it notaa rbtoilette that does not drive Pla tonism from our hearts Ricard If woman did turn man out of Paradise she has done her best ever since to make it up to him SheldonA cannot possess any thing that is better than a good woman nor anything worse than a bad one Simonides A virtous woman is a crown to her husband but she that maketh ashamed is as rottenness to his bones Solomon How wisely it is constituted that tender and gentlewomen shall be our earliest idesin stilling their own spirits Chan ning Let woman stand upon her fe male character as upon a founda tion Lamb The modest virgin the prudent wife and the careful matron are much more serviceable in life than petticoated philosiphers blustering characters or virago queens Goldsmith- A wise man ought often to ad monish his wife to reprove her seldom but never to lay hands on herMarcusAurelius A woman of honor should never suspect another of things she would not do herself Marguer ite de Valois We only demand that a woman should be womanly which is not being exclusive Leigh Hunt fMARRIAGEABLE GIRLS i Ifeis tery difficult to say what laW regulate i proposals hi tt i cKy 7 i some girls attract attention only while others attract attentions There are pretty and ular women to whom nobody proposes there are plainer ones withwhom every second man finds himself contemplating mar riage BLANKETS A housewife whose blankets always retain their softness without shrinking gives the se cret Make the suds in a tub with any good white soap haying the water hot Dissolve in it a tablespoonful of borax Run threads around soiled spots so that they may be found after they are wet Rinse the blank ets up and down vigorously rub bing only the marked spots Never rub the soap directly on them Prepare another hot suds with borax and put the blankets in it Rinse up and down for several minutes then rinse in clear hot water softened with borax Rinse in as many hot waters as necessary then run through a wringer Philadel Inquirer DAINTY RECIPES FOR THE HOME Orange Cream PieFirst cut two oranges into thin slices and sprinkle thickly with sugar al lowing them to stand for three or four hours Make a rich flaky pie crust and line a deep piepan with it and after baking set away to become cold Now place a layer of the sliced oranges over the bottom cover with thick whipped cream in which a little gelatine has been dissolved and a little sugar added then another layer of oranges and so on with the whipped cream on top This makes a delicious desert Floating Island Whip the whites of five eggs to a very froth add a pinch of salt anJ two tablespoonful of powderedi sugar and half a nilla Have ready a quart of scalding milk and in this drop shaped spoonfuls of the whites Allow them to cook then lift out carefully with a skimmer and serve in a glass dish sur rounded by custard made of the yolks onethird ofa cupful of sugar and half a cupful of milk Watermelon CakeCreamone- and onehalf cupfuls of sugar with twothirds of a cupful of butter and add one cupful of milk in which is dissolved one teaspoon of soda stir in slowly three cupfuls of flour with two teaspoonfuls of cream of tartar lastly adding the beaten whites of ten eggs For the red part stir to cream one cupful of red sugar and onehalf cupful oifbut tel add onethird of a cupful of milk two cupfuls of flour with the soda sifted in the beaten whites of five eggs onehalf tea spoonful of cream of tartar and a cupful of small seedless raisins Bake in a round cake pan put ting in a layer of the white mix ture then all of the red and then the rest of the white Bake in a moderatelyfhot oven r Grape Frappe Dissolve the contents ofa package of gela tine in a pint of boiling water add two cupfuls of grape juice stir thoroughly then set away to cool Beat the whites of tour eggs to a stiff froth and when the gelatine mixture begins to harden stir them into it beating with an eggbeater When light arid stiff pile in a mold and when ready to serve heap whipped cream around it if r t8 t JO Per Ct Discount f To any person that presents this advertisement at our store We Have the Line of Diamonds Watches and fttJewelrv ever Sawn in L utsville N ALSO r Diamond Brooches Scarf Pins Cuff Buttons Waist Sets t S Toilet and Manicure Sets Signet Rings Military r Brushes Hat Pins Match Boxes Gold Watch Fobs the Handsomest ever f shown f Elgin Watchesr 4in Ladies and Gents Open or Hunting Cases Thous J 4andsof patterns to select from We solicittyour trade Get our terms before buying a Diamond Jewelry Cof 304 W Market St J NATHAN BIERMAN MGRLoUISVILLEi tr teLl dt The Louisville Trust C Garnerom r LOUISVILLE KY Organized uuder a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a generai trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin istrator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every posi tion of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its corporate property itsmagnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength Ift r Wa Da 1 GR7 J7 KINGIiyr v D Ii IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF DRY GOODS j 0 i DRESS GOODS 0 LADIES AND MENSt t I FURNISHINGS NOTIONS V CLOAKS ETC I 631633 W MaaNEW YORK OFFICE 43 LEONARD STREET Merchants who may want to sss Mr King will call the Exchange Columbia Ky iJSXsXsXSXsXiX e C0 0 0 i 0 e r YoTWaflFal J wc Do k jJo o I H O M I e If so we can furnish you oneany kind you for sale a great variety of farms dwelling houses and business propositions Ihave DO YOU WASC A FARM housesI us what kind of a place you are looking what improvements where located how much willing to invest and any other pertinent Isize have farms of all sizes character and prIces and youI certain to will interest you if you are on the market s 1II Ji To Tobacco Shippers We i wish to state to our friends throughout the connectoed house or warehouse company We conduct a Strictly Independent Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business C A BRIDGES CO Props PiCKETT TOBAGGO WAREHOUSE LOUISVILLE J KENTUCKY 41 37s 1 t rt t y f Immense SAMPLES a Stock yys of FIf COMBS HOODS HAIR ORNAMENTS BAGS PURSES rMUFFLR JEWELRY BELTS rJ1ANDKE CHIEFS SUSPENDE I Iiit S C Ibt Idait iuty 1 w iPublished Every Wednesday BY TBE airGounty News o1 JCCOOI T D1 i a A 0 f Democratic newspaper devoted to the interes the city of Columbia and the people of Adair aa4 adjacent counties iJII EtMfdat the Columbia I ostoffice as second eiramgtter JAN 31 1906 Itdsyto be regretted that too many politicians and too few real patriotic citizens compose our National Congress The same mistakes however are made in the legislative bodies of th States as well Men of narrow contracted views too often are entrusted and accorded the ho or of a representative The great principles that underli- support build and maintain fre dom and the attendant blessing- of prosperity and advancement can not yield their blessings in the fullest form when hampered by purely partisan views or throttled by subservient tools of party bosses No assembly of representatives should subordi hate the great principles of equality and Aocal rights for the p 2 l1 pose of playing politics 0 country isnot made to suit pari 4tiesbut the parties to administer moril1g departuresfrom the Fair Deal policy of the Presi dent is the joint statehood b ughConliitte out of 1 ev Jfedcp and izona and Indian Terr and Ok lahoma forming another T fact is that the union of those V territories will not affect an other part of our country and permitted to enter sep would have the same effect the addition in United Sta Pohlr the demands and desires of t people of the territories shoul- not be heard iNew 3Jefxico an Arizona combined isy a vast country larger than Texas and morethaneighttimes thesizeof Kentucky The people of eac territory are opposed to aunio and various reasons have been civsD but in the face of alloA position Congress has tied them together bound hand and foot and there is no way to enter the Union of States except jn thig manner The xjbnsoiidation of Indian Terr and Oklahoma has opposeabysentiment of both favors and de mands separate statehood owing to area the products thece pride and ambition of those who have blazed out the such v high and Id of tiF y4tl ifJ t Kra t1 f L tpf1 lt i9r r a HL== sstsv ll1v r7 O CcCsCs- l In order to Increase January Sales We have 1a r j ifr i Secured some GREAT BARGAINS il rIi m i v For You i tr 4 f J f L L frl P r It 1 1L January R r ainSalesRUssell g Closing Out Sajcs oj Mcns and Boys Heavy Suits Overcoats sand Misses Cloaks Tailor Me SkirtsBed Blanket Comforts Ffineli fdec Our Special Sail of WHITE GOODS and EMBROIDERIES attract the Ladies r t JJJ S U being a shining star in this great country In the other case the people are not homogeuius the area is too large and the coun tries not suited to become one The only reasonable view is that a desire to keep down Democrat ic Representatives in the United States Senate to the minimem was the only motive for all the territories are considered Demo oftsquare deal 1Jfdeal thpugh the persistently tlheIsnot1ness He is said to be the Powe behind this action and if so he cease to talk square sand f admit that measly politics yet guides the old Ship of State Since his power has been direct 11ed toward pushing joint stateS he will doubtless thepeople of the territqries accept yntime in Frankfort faem ine to ride thatM country of food IGeneral Jo Wheeler know as fighting Joe passed over his last battle Meld last week and surrendered to pneumonia the only foe that ever conquered buru was in jlirigton cemetery One by one nlg away occurlrence write an editorial either for or n0AW serhei necess ity of local publications entering d enifo Unfortunatelye we entare uted consequently are not in position to grant the wihate t p e firedADDITIONAL LOCAL r hTheJury Commissioners Messrs A Coffey W F Jeffries and C C Rowe met last week and selected ti jurymen for the present year We derstand that good men inr every par ticular were put in the cwheel tippingforover the Rhine w Adair county The people want goodcompetent fair men as jurorsrselect dr nMiri Y 4d less of little old measley politics and we suehave our MPhY iouorsemetit AJe btrbutn ine approvalitr Mr EB Tong who served thus disI Karahall1I ff i alk g 1lli6Ii Xj2 iJf ftJ INJURIES INFLICTED BY MULES E O Turner a young man of city who was terribly injured t bereIt Sunday by being kicked an upon by a team of mules was brought t Q Passavant hospital Wednesday where he was turned over toDr Black Both his lower limbs were fractured in several lacesand although he is Jn a terrible condition it is thought the limbs can be s reC Mr Turner has lived int Mason City therae from Kentucky He is a married ma and has a famIly Sunday fie wasin barn handling a team of young mules when they in some way got him uncle r uPor ing in such a position that it was neces 1Lwall in order to extricate him Dr C A Stone of Mason pity has been attending the inured man and Wednesday brought hini to this city where he was placed in Passavant hos pital and Dr Black was called into manewho is still a resident of Kentucky accompanied him to this city The above is a clipping from an Ill paper and the injured party was formerly from this county His father Mr J M Turner is now with him and r ports that he is expected to be able to leave for home in six or eight weeks ART NOTES One of the normal students says her larnsees things in a broader more soul paintlngbas II now that she has an opportunity to enthustHow many children stand transfixed before a painting or gaze in awe at the wonderful rainbow or a matchless su set and yet the soul expression of boy is crushed by being told how tho atII and practical this life is and how must grow up and make money but his advisors do not add the solemn fa that at last he will die and leave t money and go to meet his Creator with a starved narrow soul f this love the beautiful iSjrGbafsI bWfc gift to man ItjS all th tremains of soul purity since the God surely meant everyone tbexercis cultivate and enjoy this love of t urehe has made beautiful and full harmony MISSION RALLY DAY The Sunbeam Band of the Gradyyille Baptist church had a grand day at GradyVille last Sunday The exercises consisted of recitations songs and Scripture readings ringon the Mis lion topic The weatherwas good the house full and the occasion enjoyed by alit Tlsplendid 81 ceSs was due to tiwe y participated Of Theee errorthrouugh program dthem I oTheap Loean ex WMWilinore1TltemembersoftheSunbeamBaDctbe you tiheirpart of the program in a gos 1glThisraee resm The was the song The Master Calls for Reapers Dofaddle esIwere GradyvIty g e to help in every good Work Everyone QYJ ir r t OVS I f M J T4gjs r left the church at 1 p m after a lengthy but interesting program ex pressing themselves as highly pleased PAID LIST rThe News Honor RollIs Your 1 Name Written There Following are paid subscribers since last issue SelBennett J H Morri son Eli Bailey NB Miller JM- l KnifleyWJl Hancock Sarah GkBirdV Bryant ThompaOtliatMiher A CARD To The People of Adair and Russell Counties I am The CONTINENTAL INSURNCECOt1 ANY of New York one ofthe oldest and best companies in the country I have both the Farm Department and Recording Agency fO these two counties and all businesss rI entrusted to me will be promptly carefully attended to A share pf yourI business is respectfully solicited and same will be appreciated Call on or oflieover Paulls drug store Telephone No 49 Very Respectfully 114t T AMuRRELL- Mr A H Marshall the Standa Oilman of Campbellsville makes trip each weal to this city and sells 390 gallons of oil every trip In Summer season his sales are not tho heavy and one trip per month is cut out There are a few stores iietween Columbia and Gamp ellsville that buy Ia part of this but the larger portion iis sold withinthe corporate limits j this town The electee light has had but little effect on the salethL oileteso Mr Marshall tjThis is due to the rapid growth of town Iasession there was scarcely a person in attend thctheIgoers the shaky rattliu QIrsi Iapoisein opening and closing They 1oftheI100 acres of it in corn this year the larger part of it being bottom land With a good season this land wil aver age 10 barrels per acre or a grand totallof 5000 bushels Mr Smythe will so adjoiningfarm450 barrels fs4 lu There has notibeen a suit in the Adair Circuit Court for years that has attracted So many people and elicited more attention than the Butler wiircase just given toi the lawyers this morning andwillprobabJy reach the Jury late inr the Thever beigiven in ournext issue The Mot r Car td11m on the Columbia and Campbellsville pike left Louisville thiS Tweedst morliin i1tl1 arrive in Columbia this ifeWrDgj1jtcWi 4i1 utiiF i3av t u i ftofion passengers t beuisVilltIJ U3 J I 11 t j1J rt1 7tryite t Altshelldr do ri1r b1m Q6 umbiaKyFebruarygtl906pfcfttity horses and inules Mules Thust bfr s 12 to 16 hands high and sound Horses highaesfN M Tutt purchased from Col L mmre for 7his r 2f i nir ttitiyF r z tfI nnnnJSAMPLES Stock iJi JMENSMENS AND SWEATERS UNDERWEAR FASCINATORS Y y READY 5 BUSINESS 1Our LIVERY STABLE UnUreensburg Street one block from the Public Sgijis riw ropenforlusi ess have 50 good stalls 25 of them boxed anal lirsafe and YY rs of feed Good Rios and Sate DriversV 7 P groomerslentyALLEN WALKER CO COLUMBIA KENTUCKY i FIELD ngy 9EED This is the time of the year to sow seed You can get the best rdEXPORT SEED eALFALFA TIMOTHY SAPLING CLOVER GRASS RED CLOVER RED TOP FRom lWmF Jeffries Sons i S l v l 4 1 C 11 717l A 7fI 1 11 ItNEW 7 7 v Mill and Crusher n irJIB E lam ready to furnish firstclass Meal and Crushed FeedEw BBINe fOUR COBN v Iand you get the meal it makes the Old Fashion way IEVERYTHING NEW BUT THE MiLLER HE HAS HAD J v LOCATION NEAR EUBANKSISflbP vi Wifr w tl WILSON I7KSrIKi 7K7KI 17i 171 Mr S T Hughes has recently had a phone put in his dwelling and can now hear the whispers id the metropolis of though severalmules of old fashioni rpadmteryenes a tfrt Et rteinment in JC9fU1o house oWthe 22ntfvof February The pro4 Ywill appear in due time Rej member the date i Mr Benson fatherinlaw of Mr Robert Miller dropped dead ttI ytlast week l 4 l j frj t r10wajO ii i friLL t J Immense of LADIES MISSES 7 SKIRTS i We convenient Tleiitu ORCHARD THE EXPERIENCE 717171717171 InVcountyJ jiMURREIL e DENTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY OFFICECorner Room Marcum Hotel i Dr O S Dunbart DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING MentuckyLt t 1r i r I r t i tt 1 I k of r THE AAIRCOUNjEWS cOLUMBIA K JANUARY316 OOOOOM I6LflRN6L SL IOR NVLNTORYI i I 6r Yli FORTflBNGXT TH I RTV DKYS I 0V IWil1 sell all WINTER G0QjlS at GxeatlyyiRediiced Prices to cut down stock for invoicing Have special baggains in Overcoats Clothing and Cloaks W L WALKER COLUMBIA KY 000000004000000O400 + 40000400000004000400 L6CIIJNEWS r ttr i it 1 GOOD SCHOOLS IGood Instructors and a Model Set of Young People t The many students in thiOifli tutions of learning in Columbia are so conducting t1ems lves as to merit the esteem of their instructors and the en tire people of the town There are near 500 students in the two schools and full two hundredof tttese areout of town people boarders in the dormitories hotels and private families and up to this good hour no conflicts between students and teachers or between themselves have been mentioned od will and featIIuresSuchwell governed schools but to well bred and rightly trained youngsters and reflects credit on their parents It is an unusual state of affairs where so many are brought together and since it is out of the ordinary we feel like giving our hearty endorsement both to stu dents and faculties There is scarcely a town in the state the equal of Colum and developing thebia in promoting good and restricting and eliminating the bad that too often surrounds our schoolsThe time has come when the people of the country are showing their appreciation in a substantial way in this matter by sending their sons and daughters here to be educated COLUMBIA COMMERCIAL CLUB Some time ago Columbia businessmen met conferred and promoted the commercial interests of the town and county in the ieapacity of a commercial club Why have they ceased to do so Have we attained all we want Amost every town in Kentucky of the size and business activity of Colum bia has a wide awake commercial club and they accomplish things besides they exercise a helpful and wholesome influence over progressive development in the hands of other promoters of the commonweal What could they do for this town and county some one may ask There is a move on foot to revive and support adequately the State Geologic al survey Commercial clubs in other counties are taking steps to have reports made on the resources of their portions of the State as promptly as possibleTrade Journals are publishing in al most every weekly issue inquiries of manufacurers for eligible factory sites The Lebanon Commercial Club for ex ample is at this time planning for the location of a large plant of the sort in that place The new Town Board just before its election called itself progressive Does any one know what progress it is making We happen to know that Mr Jas T Page has beenV asked to reV move his wood pile from the side of a side street Has anything else been accomplished Seriously if the new Board has plans for the betterment of the town it certainly would welcome the assistance and moral support of the business men of our community There are larger things than any of these we have mentioned that might be pushed to successful accomplishment by united and harmonious effort We would be glad to enroll the names1 of business men in Columbia and Adair county who are disposed to revive the Columbia Commercial Club and its work FOR SLEA desirable home for mall family Location desirable in Campbellsville CIFaulkner + J 4 vi = Vs AT COURT Editor of the News It is so exceptional for ladies to at tend court in Columbia I have a mind to give you the impressions of what one woman saw and heard during the trial of ihe Butler will case the past week feeling quite sure that her im pressions were not widely different from other women who attended The first impressioris twas that of an allpervading dust saturated with the odor of tobacco rising from the coco matting on the floor of the court rQom It appears that no man who uses t bac co ever hesitatesor fails to squirt his odius saliva premiscpusly about the courtroom when he happens to be at court Colonels Judges lawyers ju rors fellow citizensblack and white washed and unwashed all alike take the liberty of befouling our temple of Justice in the manner set forthVThe wonder is that the Jailer who has the care of the care of the bui ding permits it The Judge of course is en grossed with the weightier matters of the law The courtroom is quite large the ceiling is high and its accoustic prop erties are not of the best Not a paint ing or picture or ornament of any kind relieves the vast spaces of naked plast terVBetter than the mere relief of acres of plaster what an inspiration a few good portraits would afford Adair Monroe Bramlette Wheat Alexander Caldwell Gaither Hardin Wolford Garnettthe list might be lengthened of those whose portraits on these watts wouldstimulate the civic pride of our citizens and encourage the nobler inr aspirations of our youth The Court is not so formal so awe inspiring a place as one might suppose In the Supreme Court of the United States the Justices wear gowns and those who appear before them observe certain strict requirements as to their attire Our court is more Democrat ic Judge Jurors attorneys atidcll ents sit in a close circle in every day costume suggesting the notion of a- familycouncil At intervals it is rath er freei easy and even jolly Clerks restIwhisper of pleasure and all spit when ever and wherever they please Clothes do not make the man but they do make very distinct impressions of their wearers Notice how many men appear at court without collars Vktior cuffs Are any of the wives of these illkept men though they wouldappear spink and span neat and tastefully attired to blame even in part for the slovenly dress of their husbands Let us hope not The Butler will case might be called a friendly suit so considerate were telitigants of one another feelings There was the least possible amount of crimination and recrimination The principals went aside in giving their testimony to say kind things of each other and the lawyers were so hail ellowwelkmeit and chummy across the chasm one might have innocently in ferred that they had pooled their pests and were feeling Happy prospect of dividing between ten selves the estate in litigation l sqmeltrepithatrithyiivished1to to it would be rather pleased than displeased J to see their lady friends pres1 ent there was no further hesitation We found the experience eeducational we learned something of court proceed ure we got an idea of how to keep the whole truth from coming out fwhen ev l42f21JZ Z t J I ersbody seems anxious to hear ifc The last impression I will he record is that the ladies would not care to appear at court always or pften but when matters of vital interest to the family the home and to the well being of the whole community are in the scale of justice and the facts to be wholeIthen they may be expected to appear at court again SALLY LUNN There are many people who till the soil and have never been convinced as to the worth of early preparation of l the land Many areof the opiniop that the best results are obtained by immediately planting after breaking JStratedOne year ago we noticed SUCh POSitiv proof as would convince any one of the correctness of this theory On Mr J N Murrells farm the plow was start ed in the Fall to turn about one acre to be sown in grass that Fall but owing to some delay only turned about an eighth of an acre and quit Early the next Spring the breaking was completed all harrowed alike and put in oats The little strip plowed in the Fall pro duced double the quantity as the same amount of land adjoining it and the growth was so vigorous that it would have been taken to be the result of highly manured land andyet it was ex actly the same grade of earth and re ceive the same treatment except the early breaking Any farmer doubtful of the results of early breaking onght to try a small piece of land Get the best your land will produce It is a pleasure to announce to the many real friends of the News thatthe first month of the year now closing has been the best one in the entire history of the paper More have call ed and paid up than in any other month and the reciepts from the sub scriptions have more than doubled those of an average length rc f time Our subscription list is gradually growing which is evidence that the paper is gainipg in the appreciationof thers News paperwork is beset with many troubles but a hearty liberal patronage rounded up with a dollar in advance brings more real comfort and gives more true courage to go against the discouraging tendencies than any otHer means The News is in the work to did in the advancement of this country and if Its friends will do as well during the remainingnonths of the year as throne just p st it will be better em Vabledpay up if pattl up get a friend to subscribe The Grand Jury did its work in a lit tie over a weekand was discharged last Wednesday after turning in 86 in dictments there were 33 offenses charged breach of the peace 16 for selling liquor 11 for concealed weapons differentI andespecI try so difficult of solution as the sale of whiskey It is nearly impossible to trace a sale to an 4inlawful vender The purchaser as wellas the 8el1er oes andIconsequent1ysoadjuets buying that he can protect the seller before an investigating council Many have bad memory the bulk of themI never know anything and so it Some other methods must be employed to break up the traffic or else its sale IIWt f oun try just in time to escape courf nXbere are enough indictments against him to keep ipqf this community ort buld he irjitura enough to keep bin- ibusyathar4 labor on the rock pile for g1t9kIratherthanttoinuriity 0 t t 1 tffW fc r r 73Vv TIMELY THOUGHTS There never was a more truthful statement made from the sacred desk than one made by Rev A R Kasey during his discourse at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening The the ory he advanced was this There is a vast difference in people at this time concerning old and new things in life Some people think that things are not worthy and good unless they bear the stamp and hoary whiteness of age while others are of the opinion that on ly things bearing the date mark of 1906 are up with the fast pace of these times and they only are worthy of being considered good and to the best interS tspf the peb le ih general tIn this connection another thoughtiw as brought out There are great many persons in the world today who think that only men with 30 or 40 years of experience can accomplish anything up to the stan dard in either the mechanical or natural world it matters not how ancient their methods may be They simply have a delusion t1 tThe old ways are the best and they are honest and conscientious in their belief There are other persons who would not have other than the sarvices of a young man to accomplish their wants in any tradeor calling Although he may not have had as much experience as his elder brothers yet with all the modern conveniences at his command he is made able to accomplish things with onehalf the experience and more quickly too than persons of 50 or 60 years who had obstacles in their way limited training and had to contend with aged methods to gain their pur poseIf young men are more able these days than the aged ones they sliould have wisdom sufficient not to get the big headedness and be egotistical over their surroundings and destroy their usefulnessV VV F McL J BElIER ACCOMMODATIONS Last Friday Mr JBBarbee put two new wagons pn the pilie andrun the old ones to the shed thus showing that he desired to give better service to those whp take passage over his line This step is heartily endorsed by the whQm1iavof rough riding Tbe new wagons are made jfor comfort as well as durability and their appearance on the pike has been too long delayed We heartily prQIIappreciate his efforts to make coming and going easier After we take our first ride well be better able of course to speak of the real comfort thenew gives over the old The general appearance however is so marked as to not leave a doubt as to the beneficial effects on the traveling public and redown to the good of far Barbee ARM BROKEN Mr D G Murphy Sparksville happened to the misfortune qf getting qoIwiUttheIelbow is also kroken and disjointed Medical attention could not be secured at the proper time and when recieved the limb was so swolen that only the broken part of v the arm could fee ad justed As sQpnaathat hd3 b 1 will hve his elbotb m1 set hiirt is exceedingly pftjjnful and wjUirer quire several weeks at best f before 3b 3 elljqw can beputin proper position r Notice fmJannoW JWIPriceF BROS Jyr i ykdac 1P Ii TIOBITUARY 1 Died November 7th 1905 at 6 p mi Father Green county aged 108 years of a complication of diseases He is goodhewtbcounty Metcalfe county Hart county and La Rue county The oldest son Greensburg was born dead The old gentleman never seemed the same after the death of his first boy The boy was not buried very deep and the byloosestench from the corps can be detected by any one remaining in town for a few days He has been gficluaui sinking for 1earS and the end Vas not unexpected and1awas buried in exactly the same place he was bornhe having never gotten chiJelhoodHeand took very little interest in the affairs and progress of others He was very highly prejudiced and a strong believer in the doctrine of immersion in mud to which he clung to up to his death His favorite saying was The Lrd made us out of mud and we ought to keep plenty around us every day to remind us of what we were and through what we must madeI He was hit on the head by some heavy bonds bonds falling on him in 1878 which resulted in paralysis from which he never recovered He was able to creep about the yard but never en gaged in active business in fact he gave up all his business interests An operation was performed whichrelieved him of the pressure on the brain caused by the lick on the head from the heavy bond but the trouble was of long standing and his spirits so depressed that he never realized he was any bet ter Complications gradually set upI which were continually his recuperIatedeeply in debt but just before he d4- he managed to save up enough to pay his debts and have enough left Qrbur1 ialexpenses To the bereaved family and friends we extend our heartfelt sympathy A FRIEND The above was tak n from the Green County record of last week Tis sad indeed that the healthy vig orous children were not apprised of the serious condition of the above mention ed parent and thereby deprived of witnessing the last sad rites It was generally understood that the bonded troubles had passed and new life and vigor instituted and that the most se- riOus troubles were couched in the fact that the bridge over the stream could not at present be reached If Green county is dead can the Record say it has faithfully discharged its duty If it is only in a nap will the Record wake it up and not allow a Rip Van Winkle sleep There are many counties probing along through mud facing the rapidstream and doing but little to better conditions and their publications j actually leading the procession The duty of a local publication is not alone confined to publishing obituaries and presenting the dark side of life but its greatest work its highest mission its broadest sphere is to arouse the nt ble impulses stir laudable ambition give the brightest side stimulate enterprise and create and arouse public spirit that leads to better end Green county is not dead the obituary is pre mature it needs only to be aroused The Record ought to seethe point v c PREACIlINfiO5IJNDAY t 4EL t t J c 4t rri JlC Gol1 Ldj4zion rrY lALQior Cane Valley Cj Williams Smiths Chapel W H C Sandidge Union J F Bartferj Beeeli Grove A R Kasey Columbia v- yW A Grant Neatsburgi C TV Wilson Picketta Qiaptl i f itJ i p c l c Mr G W Flowers and family are now intoucqwitbthent r icountry telephone put in Iri reSlueDCe I4lt week Bargains in winter gingham outings ibngs etc to close W L WALKER The demand for calendars has beencunusualfy heavy and inadequately ser for the good year of 1906 in this led of the country r IFOR SALEMy farm of near 80 1 mile from Glensfork A span of Work mules mare 6 years ojd wagon andIogs j1nrfill notes 3nd account arc due anti must be scttled1f not settled at one you may expect repeated duns and state w ments W L WftLKER 7r4It will not be many years at farth est untill every progressive farmer will have a telephone Slowly but surely the telephone is reaching out tr FOR SALE 30 head of cattle 21 heifers 9 Stears and fat also 4 five year old mules 3 mares and 1 horse1 13 CAMPBELL BR0SICREELSBORO KY W Master Mays Durham son of Com monwealths Attorney R L Durham iof Greensburg will make his home at Mr H P Williss his grandfather Two stray hogs black sows are on my premises The owner can get them by paying all expenses including this notice Mark crop off the left 112t AUSTIN LOY Fairplay Mr K H Coleman has had his Automobile repared and is now in onlyIare not likely to be realized untill after the April showers and the breath of I May gets in its vitalizing effects FOR SALA stereoptican and moving picture machine One 800 candle power gas making outfit 2000 feet of stereopIDeputy United States Marshall Gl edIthrothat city in charge of Tom Jobnsoor of Clinton county charged with selling whiskey SALESMEN WANTED to look after our interest in Adair and adjacent counties Salary or Commission Address Clover Oil and Paint Co Cleveland Ohio 12lt IA few days ago a lady in Columbia killed at chicken and in preparing itr found a nickel in its gizzard The I piece of money was well worn being slick on each side shoVing plaimly that it had been in the grinding boftr inesa tor some tine JFOJt SALE We will sell 70 td75 of our farm Some excellent timber JrTtobaccofrom Columbia 10lin J O B F GRISSOM v PIaidCkiiaNgsfrsakp gikabeautiful rs weight about 90 pomdc W I MKAunt r 12lm CampbellavilI Ky5 J Lumker Wanted 1 eJadvanced v necessary nd- mpbsviU w1mnUJ xi r B t Rketaw Manager ftjf jl e J f tvfr t f j r att t c t M FEE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 31 1906 ijJf I Happenings in Kentucky tTHE KENTUCKY SOLONS k The First Measure Passed Raises the Age of Consent rI i i Frankfort Jan 24This is the fourth week of the legislative session 4and tlle senate passed its first and o- nt1y bill Tuesday It was Senator Ect i tons bill raising the age of consent r 3n females from 12 to 16 years A number of bills were reported by the committees and better progress is ex pected to be made from now on The senate is all stirred up over the delay of the public printer hI printing the Drills introduced in the senate and the Innocent official was soundly roasted l y several senators Finally a resolu lion was adopted declaring that if all Tthe bills are not printed within threa days after their introduction the print jug committee shall have power to contract to have the bills printed elsel where and charged to the public prinC f ter The senate committee on munic Ipalities decided to report favorably the Phelps bill providing that orders or liens for measured wages of em ployes shall not be valid unless sign J ed or indorsed by the employer t Representative Klair dem intro xluced a bill to prohibit the production o1Qtuany play that is based upon an jtagonism alleged formerly to exist beC ween master and slave or that excites race prejudices The penalties 4 are 500 fine and jail imprisonment THE PRESS ASSOCIATION Midwinter Meeting Held In Frankfort With About 50 Editors Present Frankfort Ky Jan 24The Ken tucky Press association held a mid winter meeting here with about 50 ed Uors In attendance A business ses sion was held at the opera house followed by a lunch at the Elks club house and a trolley rids to the site of the new state house A special corn 1 jmitiee of editors was appointed to act r If jLjzonunctioi1 with th state board ot I j iicalh rs to quarantine matters an1 rU S nay also help the dcrtors look intD 31i latent medicine frauds At the r session held Tuesday night Gov Beck i ham presided and aldresses were made by Will L Visscher of Chicago 1and Arthur Ford of Louisville Fords subject was Newspaers Politicians r and Machines and ir troducing him t to the audience Gov JJeekham sai I have some knowledge of newspa pers know some polticlis but know nothing of machines FRANK BALL CASE jA Change of Venue Was Granted To Knox County Pineville Ky Jan 24The Commonwealth KentuckyFrank Ball case were granted change of venue to Knox county Motion was made last Friday and upon hearing evidence Judge 11I J Moss sustained the motion and both fides selected Knox county in which kludge M C Faulkner presides Ball as retained able counsel and the ase will be fought to the end Lodges which Bolen Balls alleged victim longed have retained Hons B B lea Jajnes DBlaok of Bafboyr ille to assist the esc ution trouble Among Officials ML Sterling Ky Tan 24 Jailer C T Wilson was arreste on a warrant swofn out by Mayor Harris charged with flourishing and firing a pistol in tie city limits He was acquitted and pow it is said he will file suit for 3 000 damages against Mayor Harris and the city alleging false arrest Big Hemp Fire Lexington Ky Jan 24The uoughridge hemp factory on Seventh street was destroyed by fire and at- midnight President Loughridge of tK concern estimated the loss at 50 000 partially covered by Insuranc- eLiitIr4s believed to ba cf incendiary origin Marshals Leg Amputated Mayfield Ky Jan 24Deputy 4linitedStatesMarshal G W Saunders frs Tying in a critical condition as aIf result Of being accidentally shot in diis leg iby his own pistol several days jagn IHis left leg was amputated just above the knee t Played With Matches J Frankfort Ky Jan 24LitUe 4i faq Samuels Williams the 3yearold t ffaIhter of Judge Ben G Williams rQi Tuesday night from burns re j1tiAi Jeived She was playing with match 4mcs when her dress caught fire 0 Given a Five Year Sentence Mt Sterling Ky Jan 24Johni Vlherty who attempted to kill Mrs ir IFie ence Watson during a Christmas dazfce fry shooting her in the back roleaSed guilty to the indictment and If Was siren five years New Coal Company Organized Barbourville Ky Jan 24The7- cIiyjin Camp Coal Co has been organ 3izeii bY Central Kentucky capitalists- tlo develop property near Grays this noumty Arnodern mining plant Will f fce installed at once z To Aid Circuit Judges M ineville KfJan244flieB 2tyr4toeItIo1 ti Tbat aj edtka to tt3ie legislature recommend v Be khaxn appoint special Ujdge tW the circuit judges in the fl rgedi8trICt c j t iJ t tt I 4 trvc i L1S f p Jr1 T I 1ft 514 jf KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE The Senate Passed the Dog Tax Law Thursday Frankfort Jan 26Two features of Thursdays session were the pas sage of the dog tax law by the senate and the seating of Baxter democrat by the house The dog law provides for a tax of 1 a year on each dog and the money thus collected is to con stitute a fund in each county to pay for sheep and other animals killed by dogs Before the adoption of the present constitution separate counties now and then would have the legislature pass a dog law but no general dog law has been passed since 1S1 It is claimed the house will concur in the bill passed Thursday as much of the old prejudice against a dog tax has died out In the house Disken of Newport presented a petition from the Newport Turngemeinde protesting against the revenue bills disposition of building loan associations Representative Alverson offered a resolution author- Izing the speaker to appoint a delegate to the divorce law congress in Washington RepresentativeMcKnight of Mason offered a substitute to the report of the committee on executive affairs selecting R VV Miller as the delegate from the house The vote for ithe substitute was unanimous Thl committee in the contest of Howard vs Yaden which made the finding last week reported seating of Mr Yaden Asked that 100 be allowed the contestee and 50 the contestant AN EXPLOSION PREDICTED The Negroes Fled From the Work But the Accident Did Not Materialize Louisville Ky Jan 26A small army of negroes many of them women and all employes of the company hurried from the National Tobacco works at 18th street and Broadway shouting and wringing their hands The cause of the exodus was a prediction by a fortune teller that the boiler in the plant would blow up at 9 oclock and kill everybody The disaster was foretold several weeks ago In the morning some one men tioned the matter in the stemming room and the panic ensued but the accident did not take place Probing the Late Elections Mt Sterling Ky Jan 26There is considerable uneasiness here over the report that the Montgomery county grand jury is investigating election frauds A number of officers at the recent election have been before the jury and it is said sensational testi mony was given involving prominent men of Clark Breathitt and Bath counties Razed the Block Versailles Ky Jan 26A fire which razed the Harris block damaged the merchandise of Berry Daugherty stove dealers and plumbers of Bennett Peters carriage re ository and of J W Newmans ware ouse and store The aggregate losses are 12000 with 7500 insurance Miner Assaulted and Robbed Middlesboro Ky Jan26E1isha Howard a miner was assaulted and rotihed here He was badly beaten about the head and cut several times The men assaulted Howard and after a fight they succeeded in overpower ing him and threw him into a pond thinking he was dead A Fortune For a Farm Versailles Ky Jan 26y L Rey nolds of Cynthiana purchased from John L Hopkins and Hartford Broth ers the McLeod farm of 45o acres for 68250 or 150 an acre It lies two miles west of Versailles on the Law renceburg turnpike The Shooter Escaped Ford Ky Jan 26 Charles Tense ly is alleged to have shot and killed Tandy Chenault Tensely walked intoI the room and was told he was not welcome He then pulled his pistol it is said and began shooting Ten sely escaped Fatal Quarrel Over a Debt Hazard Ky Jan 26During a quarrel over a debt of 50 cents Joshua Meadows shot and instantly killed his cousin Burton Little The men were jneighbors and had been close friends After the deed Meadows attempted suicide Death of a Pioneer London Jan 2ftMrs Sallie Hens ley died at her home near Raccoon in this county at the age of 80 years Mrs Hensley leaves scores of relatives in the county She and her husband were among the first settlers of the county A New Enterprise Irvine Ky Jan 26 Thomas Vil Hams has leased to the United States Timber Co of Cincinnati the tract of land known as the old mill site upon which they are going to erect a large sawmill planing mill and veneering mill ICurfew Law In Newport Newport Ky Jan 26The board of council at its meeting passed bhe curfew law It provides that all chil dren under 15 years of age must be off the streets by 9 p m except when at tended by parents or guardian cT4 principality of r Montenegro 1s vhe only country in Europe which poi esses no raihyayg J if Joi tI l 1 ii iff I p Ar lJM rrr I jKENTUCKY tJEN ERAL ASSEMBLY Neither of the Repr Louisville Were SeatedIFrankfort Jan 25 of tile day in the legislature was the decision of the majority of the corn mittee in the Nea Bater contest from Louisville which declares that no legal election was held and the seat is vacant The senate passed the Allen Cammack bill appropriating 12500 for restoring the Henry Cay statue in the cemetery at Lexington The house resolution providing for appropriate exercises on Lincolns birthday anni versary on February 1 was adopted Senator Wards resolution urging con gress to amend the constitution so as to provide for an income and inheritance tax was adopted Senator Bur Dams bill transferring Beattyville from the sixth class to fifth class town was passed 28 itoO In the house the following bills were reported favorably Empowering fiscal courts to levy tax to pay for turn pikes prohibiting aduUeratlon of tim othy seed relating to drainage of pub lie lands and providing for payment thereof majority report providing for the election of road supervisors instead of by appointment The reSo- lution authorizing the printing of bll by some one other than the IsI printer because of the delay was ed from the clerks desk by Representative McKnight and passed Repre sentative Disken of Campbell county offered a resolution that the general assembly petition congress to adopt some measure providing for the regulation of railroad rates and that the members from Kentucky be urged to use all honorable means to promote such legislation The resolution lies over NATIVE OF RICHMOND W S Hume Who Is Supposed To Have Perished on the Valencia Richmond Ky Jan 25sW S Hume aged 38 who was a passenger on the illfated steamship Valencia and who is supposed to have been drown ed was a native of Richmond He was junior member of the firm of W S Hume Co the Hume Cooperage Co and the Richmond Electric and Power Co Five months ago he went to San Francisco where he accepted a position with A D Hotling Go whisky brokers Up to a late hour not a word has been received from him This fact strengthens the belief that he has perished His mother Mrs Eugenia Hume a brother Ed B Hume and two sisters Mrs Lewis Herring ton and Mrs Harvey Chenault reside here He was to marry a wealthy blue grass girl this fall House Dynamited at Somerset Somerset Ky Jan 25 Unknown persons threw a dynamite bomb against the house of John Cook on Main street Several members of Cooks family were in the house but none of them was injured The porch was almost destroyed and the glass ill the windows shattered Top Price For Tobacco Henderson Ky Jan 25Time top price for tobacco this season was paid on this market Sellers King ex tensive tobacco growers sold their entire crop after strong competitive bidding on the part of buyers for 1050 for good 950 for lugs and 2 for trash To Improve the Insane Asylum Frankfort Ky Jan 25The joint inIstitutionstucky asylum for the insane at Hop kinsville and it is understood will recommend an appropriation of35 000 for at that institu tionIWihitelSulphur daughter of Richard McCarty badly lacerating her She was to Olympia this county where a madI stone was applied adhering two Mine Caves Owner Killed Owensboro Ky Jan 25William Burnett proprietor of the Bellewood mines and Edward Pierce and Herbert Waldon his guests were killed awhile inspecting the mines There were no miners present and the mine caved in on the visitors Prominent Physician ExpiresICarrollton Ky Jan2I5 Johnson one of the most prominent physicians in this section of the state died of heart trouble at his home at Ghent this county aged about 60 years He always took an active part in all church affairs Jury Failed To Agree Paducah Ky Jan 25There was a hung jury in the case of the com monwealth against the Interstate LifeI Assurance Co charged with Six of the jury were for fining the company 1 and six for a500fiIle The Suit Was Compromised ML Sterling Ky Jan 25Th suit of the Mt Sterling Water and Light Co against the city for damiages and enforcement of contract WaS com prolJIseqTheoompanyagre Sltore- bulld its lishtp1antl1 Erpehas a populatibiif oibout 395000000 or about baefourtii that of the whole world i j A 2 j ttrY fj 4 1Jf r r1 1itE1 jr 01 y lr 1 rl r ii4tI itI r PASSED THE HOUSE Statehood Bill Went Through According to Schedule by a Vote of 194 to 150 THE DEBATE WAS FEATURELESS The Measure Provides That Oklahoma and the Indian Territory Shall Con stitute One State Oklahoma Arizona and New Mexico Shall Con stitute Another State Under the Name of ArizonaLiquor Traffic To Be Regulated Washington Jan 25The house passed the statehood bill according to opposition1toforce and no effort was made to de jfeat the bill on its final passage but 33 of the insurgents voting against the measure The bill passed by the vote of 194 to 150 The debate which preceded this vote was practically featureless so far as any hope was entertained of chang ing the measure The advocates of the measure placed in the record through the medium of several speeches the arguments upon which the joint statehood policy is founded Likewise the opponents of joining Arizona and New Mexico which em braced the entire opposition to the bill produced their reasons for the record The bill as passed provides that Oklahoma and the Indian Territory shall constitute one state under the name of Oklahoma and thatAri zona and New Mexico shall constitute one state under the name of Arizo na Should theterms of admission be ratified by the residents of the ter ritories in question their respective state constitutions must contain clauses prohibiting the sale of intoxi eating liquors and plural marriages The constitution of Arizona must prohibit the sale of liquor to Indians forever and that of Oklahoma for 21 years There are many other stipula tions governing schools courts and political subdivisions of the proposed new states Fn the Senate UnitedIdf the senate the Moroccan and Do minican matters being the questions immediately at issue Mr Money was the principal speaker and he talked for over two hours in opposition to the course of the administration with Teference to both Santo Domingo and Morocco He contended that there was danger of becoming involved un necessarily in the affairs of other countries by participating in the Alge countryI DominIpresident had transcended his a ity there Mr Hepburn spoke in sup- Port of the annexation of Santo Domingo The consular reorganization bill was read at length but was not acted upon Senator Ia Follette ofI Wisconsin appeared on the floor for the first time since he was sworn in as a senator Ides Nomination Qonfirmed Washington Jan 26fIhe senate committee on the Philippines voted to report favorably the nominations of Henry Clay Ide of Vermont to be governor general and John W Smith of California to be vice governor of the Philippine Islands COuntylwere protesting against the proposed newoountywhich would takeaway a slice of the best laud In thus county To lnvestfgateStateBanking Albany N Y Jan 26The aslsern bly committee on banks unanimously voted in favor of a concurrent resolu tion providing for a joint special leg- islatie committee jtp investigate the tathaiiklng tIertment dayorarsbuiltJ vfrXA3i riIifiYflt it J i J m 75 t J+ o g LUNACY DUE TO LAZINESS Devotion to Bridge and Whist Prevents Undermining of Minds of Women of Leisure Class London Laziness is a great con tributory cause of lunacy incidentally observed Dr T Claye Shaw who took part in a discussion at the Har veian society recently The grounds on which he based his assertions were explained by IT Claye Shaw who is a Harley street specialist on mental diseases The only way to preserve a healthy mind is to lead a busy life said the doctor But modern conditionsthe compulsory retirement from profes sional occupations of men who have reached the age of say 55condemn them to spend the rest of their exist ence in idleness They become intro spective and orood They feel them selves sidetracked from the main line of life and almost unconsciously a state of rebellion is set up From lacK of mental exertion the brain loses the nutrition it has been accustomed to over a long period of years Other culminateIand devote their time to spending them fall ready victims to this undermining of the brain Tragedies of the kind are constantly occurring in London Many young women and girls who savedIdevotion to dress and bridge The zealous pursuit of those pastimes requires at least some measure of mental exercise Per haps that is the best that can be said of them It is dangerous for a man who has led a busy life to abandon brain exer tion Medical science has prolonged the span of human existence and yet retirement is now forced upon men at a much earlier age than hitherto The only hope for these men is to cultivate some engrossing hobb- yASTROLOGER DREW WILL Womans MillionDollar Estate Left to Stepson and Husband Now Has ItContest On Salem Mass That the will of Mrs Jennie Phillips Chase whose death at Swampscott last September in circum stances indicating suicide is being in vestigated by the district attorney was drawn by an astrologer introduced to her by her husband Dr Horace Chase the heir to her milliondollar estate was brought put in Dr Chases test mony in the probate court Mrs Chase bequeathed her entire es tate to her adopted son Deforest Wood ruff Chase a son of Dr Chase her second husband Deforest Chase died in Boston recently and the womans will under which the property would revert to the elder Chase is being contested by the brothers and sisters of the woman Six months before her marriage to Dr Chase the latter introduced her to Oliver Ames Gould an astrologer Dr Chase stated that Gould drew her horo scope and that of Mrs Culliton The horoscopes each stated that marriage would follow in a few months SEXTON TALKS TO SPIRITS Grave Diggsr at St Louis Cemetery Becomes Insane Because of Na ture of His Work St Louis MoFritz Borchart 54 years old a grave digger at St Mat thews cemetery evidently has be come insane because of the grewsome ness of his occupation He is being detained at the city hospital He would work for hours in silence stopping now and then to turn an ear expectantly as if afraid of some un seen force apd at other times acting as if he were listening to words from unseen persons From one of his neighbors it was ascertained that Borcharts hallucina tion has been developing for some time Several times he has spoken of having conversed with the spirits of the dead interred at the cemetery where he was employed Recently he believed he had com- mUted a sacrilege in using a profane word while at work and tor this he was warned by the spirits that as a penance he must refrain from talking for a period of seven days France and the city of Paris have spent nearly 70POO this year in en tertalning royal giests 2 + 5 t fI f f J ifVrtfH l ic t ltj 4r4JvI fIF Srt ic ij r MRS TAGGART HEARD FROM The Woman Was at Highland Park III On Wednesday Wcoster 0 Jan 19 Friends here had a letter Thursday afternoon from Mrs Grace Taggart dated Highland Bark Ill written on Wednesday showing the noted divorcee is not in Europe She referred in her letter to the report that she had sailed for Europe saying she was very much surprised to learn she was on the way across the briny deep Charged With Hazing Annapolis Md Jan 19Midship man Charles M James of Grinnell la member of second class was served with a charge of hazing The charge is supported by eight specifications the greatest number of distinct offenses yet charged against a midshipman and Killed Her Husband IShot Tenn Jan 19lIrs- Gibson Dickson shot and killed her husband in their apartments on Cedar street then telephoned for an officer and gave herself up saying that her husband had attacked her with a water bottle MAKES FORGERY LAWFUL RailwayIto It Without Peril iNew York The right to sign an other mans name to a railroad ticket which has been sold by one passenger to another has been affirmed by the supreme court here The decision es tablishes a precedent 1The decision was given by Justice Leventritt in the case of Archibald C Newburn accused of having forged the name of George E Whitcomb to theiNewburn was arrested when he tickII name of the man from whom he bought it IHas a Large Stock always keeps a large surplus supply of presidents on hand the disappearance of one now and then cannot make much difference- An Oversight A wealthy spinster of Ithaca N Y has scandalized the town by marrying her coachman She should have been up to date and taken the chauffeur FRANK ROCKEFELLER Will Appear as a Witness in the Standard Oil Suit if Requested Cleveland 0 Jan 26Frank Rock efeller gave out a statement in which he denied that he had told the deputy sheriff who served him with a sub poena to appear as a witness in con stateICo that he would refuse to testify- I have however he explained to Attorney General Hadley said that his connection with the oil business ceased six years prior to the time to which this suit refers and I think that he is satisfied that I have no informa tion that would be of any service to the litigation but should he ask me to appear as a witness I will of course respond To Teach School Boys How To Shoot Vashington Jan 26To teach tho American school boy how to shoot a military rifle is the purpose of the in ternational board for the promotion of rifle practice which has just conclud ed its annual session in this cityI Wedding Jnvitations Issued Washington Jan 26 President and Mrs Roosevelt issued their invitations to the wedding of Miss Roosevelt and Representative Longworth of OhioC which is to take place at noon Feb ruary 17 as already announced Two Kentucky Postmasters Washington Jan 24George L Barneswasformal1yappoiRtedposti ma his name being sent to thersenafe with that of W B King for postmaster of Pineville Swedish school children under the guidance of their te1ier3 annually plnt abort 600000 trees tif i j ilVVV e t if wviII v i JiT 1TI TT+ rwwWi THE ADAIR OOUNIX NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 31 1906 r itI j = tL tJ A 7 1 Lebanon Steam Laundry J- j REED MILLER COLUMBIA J j CAGENTS FOR THIS SECTION This one of the Best an most Reliable Landries inthe State U Send them your linen and the work will be promptly and neatly executed e 66 6 W R Johnson Prop LEBANON KENTUCKY I 1 g I handle Firstclass Buggies Suiries and Wagons at my 1place of business I also handle all kinds of Farm implements such as Cultivators Empire Corn Drills Deeririg Mowers and Binders c c J H PHELPSEVERYTHING FOR THE FARMER JAMESTOWN KENTUCKY AT all times can be found at my Warehouse the very brands of FertilizersHOMESTEAD REED AND GLOBE My stock of Field Seed is complete My prices are as low as the lowest and satisfaction is guar anteed Give me a call I FRANK CORCORAN M J METCALFE Corcoran MetcalfeMANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN iAiICemetery work of all kind adcrespectIf fully solicited See us before you buy Main Stfeefc liebanon i eritueky- H HUBBUCr BROS CARPETS RUGS P LINOLEUMS MATTINGS AND DRAPERIES 524526528 W Market St LOUISVILLE John A Hobson FURNITURE WALL PAPER COOK STOVES CEMENTiLIME DOORS AND WINDOWS GRBBNSBURG KENTUCKY I THE PATTERSON HOTELi 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 ijB PflTTE SOfi Pro AmESTcWN DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FURNITURE CHAIRS AND MATTRESSESttc 627 WEST MAW STREET VilIre iLcfUlSBET FIFTH ANDlSIXTir TELEPHONE 1872 f tq tl fflef4niht Sons qRI t I FURNITURE CARPETS Ji RUGS AND DRAPERIES t r LJtCOR3 iX2 0 jt ti5tRti0r 1a1i r i1c I I bl I 1ALBANY MissouRi Adair County News I am a stranger to the owner of you but I am going to try my Tuck at writing aletter to you for publication I am proud of the News every week I have now been away from Adair county eighteen years wanting a few days and it seems like ages sometimes when I am reading the News and see reports of marriages and deaths of grown people who have been born since I first left Adair in 1883 I am forgetting the names of people I once knew well in Adair Casey Taylor Green Lincoln and Russell counties It has been a mystery to me why there has been no more people emigrated West from Kentucky Tennessee and Virginia than has There is a heavy sprinkle of Kentuckians here now how ever Some of them are doing well I might say extremely well as all are making good livings so far as I know In the month of December I went on an excursion trip through Kansas It will pay any man to look the Sunflower State over for a home In my judgment she is immense from garrett to cellar They have the simplest agricult ural system I ever beheld and some of them grow wheat only I had the pleasure of seeing one man plowing who was making 75 per day every four miles of distance traveled he plowed about six acres of ground He was driving an iron horse of course and the header and drill go together in Kansas Well I will have to acknowledge that Kansas is the greatest on mans footstool but I am a resident of Missouri and glad of it I am very much elated over the news of Adair countys pros perity and growth and Colum bias phenominal progress is almost exciting to me I am some times almost perauaded to come back to old Kaintuck to live but it wont do for I have grown up with this country now and am getting old fast My father was once twentyseven times as old as I was now he wants seven teen years of being twice as old as I am How old am I now I enjoy the News immensely from week to week I had bet ter cut this out I guess I forgot the waste basket Yours truly W A ROYSE MRS JA NEAGLES DEAD There is no death What seems so is transition This life of mortal breath Is but the suburb of the life elys ianWhose portals we call death Thuswe thought as we stood around the grave of Mrs J A Neagles last Friday afternoon She had been patient sufferer for several months and everything that earthly skill could do was employed but the Grim Reaper came and carried her from a pleasant earthly home to that happy home above Her husband and seven children survive her We would say to her family and friends Let us be patient these severe afflictions Not from the ground arise But Celestial benedictions Assumethis dark disguise A FRIEND ALAiAPcMs JJit i 7C Jap embroidery charms Jap silks arerfavoritsv i Jap tea coat s iaje prettily quaint Jap av ts are d ar if x A fps C they be real Jap garments of embroidered satin are made into opera wraps Jap hats may possibly be utill ized for garden wear Jap kimonas are ideal for siesta wear Ja p kimo nas arejaru ffl framh wapii on Jap footgear will hardly be adopted however much one bows to the ensemble ICreamed Tomato SoupPut of a can of tomatoes or the desired number of fresh ones into a kettle with a slice of onion and cook for twenty mil utes then strain return to the fire and allow t to boil up again Add pepper and salt and a table spoonful of sugar In another saucepan have ready three cup fuls of boiling milk in v n h have been dissolved a bit of soda and three tablespoonfuls of but ter Turn in the tomato stir ring constantly and add at the last a little flour wet up with milkVirginia Waffles Into two cups of boiling water put two thirds of a cupful of Indian meal and two scant teaspoonfuls of salt Boil half an hour then add two eggs the yolks and whites beaten seperately Cook in wellbuttered waffle irons French Coffee CakeSifttogeth er five cups of flour a saltspoon ful of salt two teaspoonfuls of baking powder and two teaspoon fuls of cinnamon and one of cloves Cream together one cup of brown sugar and butter and add to the mixture the beaten yolks of two eggs and onehalf cup of molasses then add alter nately the flour and a cup of strongmade coffee lastly beat in the whites of the eggs and stir for several minutes Make into two loves and cook in a mod erate oven New York Mail c MINERS AND OPERATORS CONFER FORMER DEFEATED ON THEIR FIRST PROPOSITION Welfare of the Coal Industry of the Country Depends on the Outcome of the Conference Indianapolis Ind Jan 2gOn the action of the United Mine Workers tJIeIUnited States for months to come The delegates have been reconvened by order of President Mitchell presumably to consider the advisability of presenting further demands The movement to bring about admission of jthe southwestern states to the inter state joint wage conference with the operators which was understood to be a test proposition met defeat in the first session of the joint conference Thursday afternoon To predict what may be the result of the deliberations Friday is an im possibility Seemingly the miners delegates are united in the belief that now is the time to make a final stand on the question of embracing the ter ritory for which wages are determin ed in the interstate conference On the other hand thereis an element at work which may make a majority vote on the proposition in favor of reporting the general wage scale tothe operators when the joint conference reconvenes at 10 oclock tAN ANTIHAZING BILL Secretary Bonaparte Submits Amend ed One to House Committee Washington Tan26 Secretary Bonaparte has submitted to tile house committee on naval affairs an amend ed antihazing bill which he believes embraces the chief changes In present laws suggested by members ot the committee as well as has own ideas as to how the existing statutes relat ingto the naval academy should be al tered The bill provides for the repeal of the section ofthe eDllaw which requires the superintendent of the academy to call a courtmartial to investigate all charges of hazing and which makes summary diuMsal the punishment for all m1dshlpmenfound guilty of hazing Under the bill the secretary of the navy is authorized to diSmlssmidlhlpmehiI j J f GEN JOE WHEELER Famous Confederate Cavalry Leader Passed Away at His Sisters Home in Brooklyn HIS RELATIVES WERE WITH HIM The Interment Will Probably Take Place in the Arlington Cemetery Near the National Capital The Veteran of Two Wars Contracted a Severe Cold Six Days Ago Which Developed Into Pleurisy and Pneumonia New York Jan 26Gen Joseph Wheeler the famous confederate cay aIry leader and a brigadier general oE the United States army since the war with Spain died at the home of his sister Mrs Sterling Smith in Brook lya The veteran of two wars was Gy years old but in spite of his age there was hope until Wednesday of his re covery from the attack of pneumonia which caused his death It has not yet been decided where un GEN JOSEPH WHEELER the body will be interred but probably it will be in Arlington National cemetery near Washington Gen Wheeler was taken ill six days ago at his sisters home where he has been living recently He contracted a severe cold which developed into pleurisy and pneumonia From the first his age told against him but tho family did not give up hope until Vednesday night when the disease was found to have affected both lungs The Family Summoned Gen Wheelers immediate relatives were all with him His daughters Mrs W J Harris and the Misses An ne Lucille and Carrie Wheeler had been summoned from the south and arrived early in the week His son Maj Joseph Wheeler jr U S A now stationed at West Point was also pres ent as well as Gen Wheelers sister Mrs Sterling Smith and her Son The family were summoned to the Leilside of the patient at midnight Wednesday night when the doctors in consultation concluded that the end was but a matter of hours The gen eral was then awake and conscious and his mind was apparently active He seemed to know that death was ap proaching and though tO3 weak to speak he succeeded in giving signs of recognition and encouragement to his children Later the general sank into a peaceful slumber and at the request of the doors the family quiek with drew from the sicl mans bedside Gen Wheeler was never again more than semiconscious He lingered un til Thursday evening and passed away quietly IN THE uHIO RIVER The Body of An Unknown Well Dress ed Wcmsn Found Near Cairo Cairo Ill Jan 26The body of a well dressed woman was found in the Ohio river just above this city Dr James McManus cOroner of Alexander county took charge of the body but found no clew to the womans identity The woman was about 20 years of age 5 feet inches in height weight about 100 pounds She wore high heel laced shoes with label Kuhn Cooper Geary Nashville dark blue wool pleated overskirt blue silk un derskirt and short blue silk corset black kid glove on right hand The body may possibly be that of a young bride who was drowned in the Ohio river near Blizabethtown Ky last fall PRISONER SPIRITED AWAY The De of An at Chat ItanoogaFrustraecl 3fS T nnJan 6AZter- a vni effort of a leaderless mob ranging at times from several hundred to theneISt Elmo a suburb of this cl ythe- wouQbe lynchers finally became Con vinced through two committees to the truth of the county authorities state ment that the negro had ben aken to Knoxville and the mob dispersed Severe Earthquake Shocks Albuquerque N Ml Jan 26Jrhe whole western country from Gallup N Mt to Seligman a distance of sev era hundred mites experienced earth dJandti L ft i l 7J i 4 i tf 5ff l THE Jack ofallTrades HEPumps Wate Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider MiBs Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Press I 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 address FairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE ENTilC A r W F JEFFRIES SON Agt U FEELING LIVERISH This Morning TAKE Stops Indigestioji Cortstipation All OHUGGITS AGentleLaxati- veStone And Appetizer Stone AttorneysAtLawI I 0W- ill practice in the courts in this and adjoining counties l Special attention 0 given collections GIVENFREEL The Cincinnati Enquirer has just lJissused a New Valuable up to dater Wall Chart of three Sheets six pages i each 28 inches wide 36 indies long The first page shows an entireljr New Map of Ohio the most beautiful and exact ever printed In bringing this Map up to date all nero tssns are located all Electric snTSaaam Railroads are shown aID RusaY faiTI d iGovernorsOn other pages or this nt1tChart are Maps of the ITnittsdl States with portraits of alt the Bresfdfentsi Map of Panama showing Canall zone with data relativetOltliemeat Ship Canal now being built iiy tfie United States czs of the greatest enterprises ever attempted- A topographical Map of the JEtreaia Japanese War district with feiaaand details of the two great Annies and Naviesbatt1e ifelds etcincludingt- he last Naval batU Ul straits 0 oreamap of the World with ames P1l rsCoats of 4rmsFlags of II Nations with worthOtherinds Hawaii Alaska and Bcete mapsAn ppihti chfiamkrstandorrect ad up to date making itr an nvahiabJe educator indesj sablfr or the Home School LiLcary on ollege The sng price izso yet ils- torth isrhany tImes greater The tIiishartAveekjy Enfjuirer who remit onedc5a far a years1 subscription or Jra r gentscanreapor grasid ofier Address tNQLLEz COMPANY nciDI hjch i If i Tt v kWj1 7Y f T13y1E Y- i f rn p 7 4Ik I x IWJ rdt f tltjNY i J Jf litJr I titir fA rl lE f I iI U17r THE ADACOUNTYNESCOLUMI KY JANUARY 31 1906 7 tSS a CORRESPONDENCE ADAIR AND ADJOINING COUNTIES I i J GRADYVILLE t4lt t44 Mrs H C Walker spent last Friday in Columbia visiting rela tives Several plant beds were burned ipthis section last week- The growing crop of wheat i looking well in this community Dan Curd the wellknown dry goods man of Cave City was with our merchants pne day last week Rev G Y Wilson fi 1 3d his ap poihtments at Pleasant Ridge and Mell Sunday Rev W H C Sandidge passed through here last Saturday en route for Edmonton where he preached Saturday and Sunday W T Moore of Cane Valley was shaking hands with his many friends in our town last Saturday eare always glad to meet JiJncle Billy for he is one of us S34A Diddle one of our sue cssful business men spent last week in Columbia Willie Hunter Jim and Charlie LDiddle and Miss Bessie Walker I isthdent of the M F High 4ShooI M Columbia spent Satur dayand Sunday at their homes Miss Pearl Hindman our effi caent school teacher spent Satur day and Sunday in Columbia vis ing the Misses Hancock W Cc Yates and wife of Port land attended church here last Sunday Miss Sallie Diddle of Columbia spent several days last week vis ifemg relatives at PortlandiMiss Mollie Caldwell popular young lady of Portland was the guest of Mrs R L Caldwell last Saturday and Sunday Hon L C Nell returned from Frankfort last Friday and will re main a few days Mrs H A Walker and daugh t rof C61 inbia visited Mrs C aIJohn Lowe and Ed Atkins two well norn commercial men of Columbia were in Our town last- SSaturday shaking hands with our merchants Mrs Cetta Nell who has been visiting relatives in Texas for several weeks returned last week Kxs Nell is well pleased with the f I I j Lone Star State and had a nice Ji1Smith visit Nell are on the Louis yule market with a car load ofe Hipgs and cattle The above firm sofdB and Jo Mitchell of Sul phur Well one pair of 16 hand two year old mare mules for 400t These mules are said to be the best span of inules in Southern Kentucky Our town continues to improve L A Diddle si erecting a twor story dwelling on Water Street for MrLum Hill and when com i pl ted will add greatly to the looks of the town We are glad c tosay that every dwelling in our- j town is occupied by thebest peo pIe of the country and more want t come the only trouble isget ting suitable dwellings Lets have more building you cant y keep a good town down Rev G W Wright is hold jrig a revival at Morris chapel- JJhe interest in the meeting is CEorJ er ns en- inade Bro Wright is a great- S f w r1irfor the Master and we L t taegreat good for that community J A Diddle sold last week to11 J t c i J t 0 I w w Yates a house and lot formerly the property of Miss Sallie Diddle and a third interest in his roller mill for 2100 Mr Diddle also bought Mr Yates farm for 1500 We are certain ly glad to have Mr Yates and family in our town and we give them a hearty welcome Last Sunday was a great days for mission work in our city The Sunbeam band in connection with the Missionary Society of the Baptist church certainly ren dered a very entertaing and in structive program on Missionary Work and its Needs The Sun beams are an enthusiastic band of workers as we have ever met and it thrilled our hearts with joy to see them about their Masters fusiness so early in life The very tiniest little girl and boy of the band showed an eager in terest in the work Number of converts by the boys Commands of Jesus to the work and Show us the way by the girls were exceptionally well rendered Bro Scruggs the pastor who is always prepared for any any occasion gave us a lecture on Mission work that interested one and all C S Bell is buying stock hogs for the Spring market at 4c per pound KI Thomas Dowell one of our best business men who is well acquainted with the needs of our people is raising money to span our creek with a wire bridge near This move is in the right direction and we trust that Mr DOwellwill not cease his efforts until the amount necessary is subscribed It seems that the Fiscal Court will not do anything nthe way of bridges for us dryI land people Stompch Qare For Cold 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 you an easy prey to any disease that may be stalking around CaldwelFs laxative Syrup Pepsin a hot bath nd a good nights rest To prevent colds keep your digestion in good order SyruPjPepsinbilliousness etc Try it Sold by DrC N Page Columbia and Page Moore Cane Valley at50c and 1 Money back if it fails RUSSELL SPRINGS Misses Sallie Jones and Nora Bradshaw of Montpelier were in our town last week visiting friends Prof T S Isbell has return d from Tennesee J D Grider our Liveryman is still suffering withrheuma ism Willie McWilliams Wesley Ky tWillieWest and will go only once more J M Smith photographer of Fonthill was here Friday doing work for the Academy Mr T B Walter of Jabez was among us Friday He tells i that his fatherinlaw John Johnson is at deaths door We are all sorry to hear this Uncle John was once one of the wealth iest men of the county Kanhas rnahyprthientrelation jof I k 1ntNerestinews cfIt will interest all readers of the News to hear that at last Aa genuine ure for Constipation Indigestion Liv ercomplaint Headache and Biliousneae has been eound in Dr Caldwells lax ative Syrup Pepsin It is a pleasant omc purifying syrup with a mild ac ioiafld no i d after effects Sold by J N Page of Columbia and Page Moore of Cane Valley at 50c and Money back if it fails ft MONTPELIEK 7 r I was driving through the Cam pus of Center College Danville Ky some time in laSt September and the students were marching in double file to the church for chapeTservice I called the atten tion of Mr wil1iams to large numbers that weresmoking some were smoking pipes and some cigars and some cigarretts And I observed that in our Colleges and institutions of learning were the places where a majority of our boys and young men formed the habit of smoking When I was a school boy there was no text books on Hygiene or Phys iology Hence the boys had no knowledge of the effect of nar cotics on the system and yet there are ten young men and boys commiting suicide now with all the text books on the de structive effects of the use of tobacco to where there was one when there was no teaching or the subject What is the remedy for the suppression of growing evil Parents train their children against the use of narcotics at home and send them to college where they expect them to lie educated not only in look knowledge but in physical ethical and mental culture But in physical culture they are permiting the foot ball game to take the Jead which is a relic or worse than barbarism The colleges are re sponsible for the continuance of these evils There are colleges that prohibit swearing smoking and chewing tobacco They can all jJt The school at Kimber land Heights Tenn is rohlbit ing these things and that school is educating a lot of cleati young v men Whatsis the use in teachingS from ted books the evils nar cotics and then encourage heir use by permiting it in the schbol It can be prohibited it ought to be done and it must be done or our young men will be unfited for goodcitizens soldiers hus bands or fathers The colleges can control it largely But I did not mean to write an article on the use of smoking and chewing tobaccor J vv Mr JA Wiljianis didtjQtm rf j fothelndi Territory The United Brethren closedLa meeting at Oak Groye last Sunday There were several professions The Presiding Elder local preacher conducted the meeting There were some smart Alex that wanted to call attention to themselves by pint jIg all the window panes in the side windows black They ought to be punished for it A revival meeting will begin at Liberty church near this place next Sunday Revs Banty At kins and some local ministers will assist in the meeting Rev Thomas the sanctified independent preacher has been holding forth at Blains school house this week The people are some what divided in their opinion of he man some thinking he is a preacher and doing good and others think he is doing great harm to the churchesj by causingrdfvision amongthebreth t ren Ijhave not heard him ands have no right to pass judgment on him Mr James 0 Richards one off our old and respected citizens is very feeble with heart trouble and cannot live but a short tim e r1 ZTWf- i vJyI Coming ySucan t ar6 fjnforsickness as soon as you begin to sUtter from headache constipation etc unless you take Ir Cal I wells laxative SyrnpPepaiDT o moetaucceeeful cure for alLdordergjfi yOurdigetive organs never o give relief from all the irritant poisons kept in by clogged bowls liver and kidneys Sold yDrl K Pacjoof ColiPge fc Moore of Cane Valley at 50c and 1100 MoMy Wet fifefaik r 1liv Cm VALLEY Coy EJ Dudgeon is visiting his father R T Dudgeon at St Marys this week Mr Creed Edingtonj bfwho has been sick 9rseVe ai days is able htobeqptgain n NatnSh I BfMge tert6fi Gr sham bought some nice cattle of Jake Bault last week Mr Jo Turner recieved a dis patch last Monday stating that his son Everett was seriously ifnot atajy hurt in Mason City Illinois Mr Turner left on the noon hack Wehave not heard any oFthe particulars Mr ECr P and wife was visiting at Dunville last week Miss Minnie Eubank and Mrs John W Hancock were visiting in Taylor county last week- Gaines Durman one of best society young men left for Missouri last week Mrs A H Judd has been con fined to her bed with LaGrippe Wood and Robert Judd left last week for St Catherine Washington unty where they have been working on a School building Fratik Rice has contracted to work with the Hard wood lumber company this year Mr Rice has been a mill man and he knqwsall about the lumber bus Ine sf i ji Jif A Hard Lot f1tibuMsprhfroma torpid iidblockaded bow els untessyquawajken them to their proper action wftn Dr Kings Newt Life Pills the pleasaritest and most ef fective cure for ConstipatiQn They prevent Appendicitis and tone ub the drugAr i MONTPELIER b Eld Z T Williams preached this at the Pleasant Hill Church last Sunday The church haT called Eld Barg er pf Esto to finish the years work j Mr and Mrs U DHurt of Gadberry wsfteidlait Mrs Helena Williajns lasi3indays T J Kp etsdni has reCently purchased his Slighter a new Lorgan ivE Alfred Jones entered school at Russell Springs last Monday RE Tandy son bought cattle in this vicinity recently Miss Stella Jones made a fly ing trip to Russell Springs last Friday Misse Lettie and Mary Dun bar and brother Pink visited their sister Mrs Sam Wheat last Saturday night The people of this community are being richly blessed with good health once more There is only one sick person so far as we know and that is Mrs Lola HudsonMessrs Edgar Bradshaw and Clarence Hurt are attending school at Russell Springstj i r J Tvety Year Battle fF I wasa oBeriiitaiiWenty year ba- t1ithc1onicpil5 xand malignant slintil rjl trred Bucklens Arnica Salve which turned the tide by curing both till not a trace remains writes M Bruce of Farjnville Va Best or old ulcerscuts burns arid wounds 25c at T E Paulls druggist VESTER w mm aeW iPbasies wei mucredhdeBted to the news or our negligence jhowever we clasp hands withasvheatty welj come from the Editor as in the ld year Success to you and na you live longhand grow as a paper Several are reported on the sick list Mrs J K onMrs Clem Burton and Aunt Betsey AnnBryant Willie McDaniel lh1i 1 iiiJlJiJ it 6 W t J4 n is thought to be convalescing Geo Burton our latest mer chant is closing out and will re turn to his home in St Josephs Missouri Mrs Rose Curry Mrs God Burton and brother Irvin iwiiraccompany him c JT he infant baby ofEM Bur ton who has been sick is on th road to health Miss Ethel Moore a very in telligent young lady of our town is attending L W T S Mr Wilmere Reynolds is also enroll ed Several from here the party at Mrs Sallie Smiths Saturday evening J A Breeding means to gath er his corn in time for prepara tions of this years crop Sam Stapp and cousin Miss Young of Stapps Springs were the guests of the family of Valentine Bryant last week Mr Jesse Bryant who spent last year in the west is whiling away this year in old Kentucky There is no place like home W P Burton is now enjoying the zephyrs o f his new home i near Sulphur Bob McDonold and Mr Tartar of Nancy Pulaski county are spending the week with Mathew McDonold Miss Kansada Rexroad of the L W T Sspent Friday and Sunday visiting Miss Cora Rey nolds Misses Cora aridMattie Reynolds entertained quite a crowd of young folks Saturday evening Every one had a gay time A Tragic Finish A watchmans neglect permitted a leak in the great North Sea dyke whcha childs finger could have stop 1 ped to become a ruinous break devas tating an entire province of Holland In like manner Kenneth Mclver ol Vanceboro Me permitted a little col to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was only averted by Dr Kings New Dis covery He writes Three doctors gave me up to die of lung infiamation caused by a neglected cold but DrI Kings New Discoverysaved my life Guaranteed best cough and cold cure at T E Patlls drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free JOPPA We often think of the crown of glory promised to the faithful ones entering the heavenly Jeru salem but seldem consider the other promise Thou shall also be a crown of glory in the land of thy Lord Anything in his hand becomes glorious also the soul that rest in his hand and is given up to his refining process In this world He would have us radiant and beautiful shining with reflectedrays from his own resplendence Think of the at traction of a royal crown Its golden glow of brilliancy draw ing over all who see it The flash of the beautiful gems the honor of him who wears it Cannot a human being be so attrac five Have we not met those whose very presence breath cheer and peace and purity yearand in his hand even more beauties thni this for the Jewels of the heart love peace soy gentleness goodness kindness and Tightousness shone with a clearer luster than any earthly gem A living light that shall never grow dim but shineth more and mtirfe u frto the perfect day sjrceaoUngyits glow and holiness uponal untill the sweet fruits of his spirit shall make that life a- oenediction to the world As we lonfjr nun In our life he is glo rifled in us and what can he not do for us if we allow him to work in and through us Did He not make us for His use so when He comes to make up His jewel we shall be a crown of everlast ing glory which fadeth not away AO Young bought 1 milch cCwofA Gpraiis for 18 i + k Land Stock and Crops 000- M W Hutcherson sold a span of mules to Massie Roberson for 20000 000 oneefor 8 000- J N Coffey sold 2 mules 2 years old to William Francis for 170 00 0- IV Bryant sold 8 seven months shoats to W E Bryant for 4680 OOO W T McFarland bought one mule colt from Solomon McFar land for 76 000- C S Bell is buying stock hogs for the spring market at 4 cents per pound 000 NM Tutt sold H C Wol ford a lot on Boomer Heights for 200 Mr Wolford is now preparing to erect a dwelling 000- IN C Butler bought 28 acres of land from Henderson Wilson for 350 This land is in Mr Butlers neighborhood but does not join his farm 0 0C correspondentl ing a good calf for 1250 Dru ry Moore bought one fromIJames Redman for 14 o o p Allen Walker company bought from E H Hughes 150 barrels o f corn a t 200 per barrel delivered ooo R K Young bought in Cum berland county 53 head of cattle at from 2 to 3 cents He sold steersimorning for the Harrodsburg market with 70 head of two and three year old steers 000 Jo C Rodgers bought the Jordan Grove farm near Miama Green county containing about 300 acres for 20 per acre oo o From the Sparksville rre spondent Albert Brummett bought of Willie Jones one horse for 50 Mrs Kate Gad berry sold a good combined horse to J T Gilpin for 120 Lapha Aiken bought two year ling calves from Talias Dooley price 25 000F- rom the Gradyville corre spondent Smith Nell are on the Louisville market with a carload of hogs and cattle The above firm sold B Jo Mitchell of Sulphur Wells a pair of two year old mare mules 16 hands for 400 These mules are said to be the best span of mules in Southern Kentucky 000 W T McFarland sold W T Dohoney 14 head of mule colts for 931 an average price of 6650 This sale was made out of tjie colts bought last fall by Mr McFarland He still has 6 head all red sorrels bought from W T Dohoney a pair of horse mules for 185 and sold them to Brack Massie for 200 He also bought a mule colt from Mr Massie for 65 a mule colt from M W Hutcherson for 45 a milch cow from W R Elmore for 25 2 mule colts from Jeff Bumgarner for 141 1 from Luther Murray for 75 sold a male hog polan china to R H Price for 10 Mr McFarlands purchases amounted to 446 while his sales reached 1171 Mr McFarland ishandleing mules cattle And hogs and is a fur square man as well as an active trader