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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jtlt ItiH 1Jlt fr f 1 j TTJ t Tci141 dtt J 1r4r i + limii If f I J j i dJ4ji r ff b4if nntIWJ K i1 f r i rr iJ j VOLUME 9 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1906 NUMBER 20 REV JP5 SCRUGGS i r neAc eptsICaIl From the Mid way Baptist Church Last Wednesday evening Rev J P Scruggs tendered his resignation as churchPayto take effect June 1st of this year This action was due to a call made by the Baptist Church of Midway which Mr Scruggs felt was best for him to accept as he could give his entire time to the one church instead of three ass he must do here In notifying the church of his intention to withdraw from the work here and to accept the call from the Midway Church Hr togleave his work at this place although he felt justifiable inmaking the change The announcement the change came asa great surprise to nearly every member of the church and in truth is deeply regretted Under his pastorate good will and r brotherly love prevails to a remarkable degree and the future seems laden with a continuation of good For nearly three years Brother Scrufifffs has preached to the people of thissection and has been faithful in all 1J4his pastoral work As an able faithful f ister and pastor he stands well ic in the front rank and his departure is not only regretted by the members of his churches but extends to the entire people of our town who prize him highly for his abilities and his manly Christian virtues so faithfully and persistently lived The church at Midway in one of the wealthy towns of Central Kentucky has made a wise selection and while we deeply regret his leaving yet we feel proud of the fact that he and his accomplished wife so highly prized in our church work and in our entire com munity carry with them the love and goodWill of our people and will in a short while be likewise engrafted into 1 the full confidence and esteem of the church and people of their new loca tion OPEN FOR BUSINESS Last week just as we were ready to start our press we were informed that the Citizens Bark of this city had thrown open its doors and was ready for business Onl a few words announcing that fact could be made at that time and since such an institution tends to the developing of more bus iness for Columbia and since all the parties connected with it are men of the strictest integrity we feel that a mora extended mention should be made and which we feel justly due them in keeping up the policy of this paper and showing the advancements ofour thrif ty little city The organization of the Citizens Bank took place only a few weeks ago and work was rapidly push ed resulting as above mentioned r which came much sooner than many outsiders had anticipated The capital stock is 15000 and was taken by some of our best citizens whichproves their faith in the present and the future bus iness of this section believing that the time for the establishing of the third bank was justified by the volume of business now in sight The officers are as follows James H Young Pres ident G W Robertson Vice President Jo Coffey Cashier W A Coffey Assistant Cashier Jo Coffey Jr Book keeper and the place of business is in the Page building on the corner oppo site James Garnetts law office The above mentioned gentleman are so thoroughly known to the people of this country as to need no indorsement from any one The President and Vice President are successful men enjoying the confidence of all who know them The Cashier Assistant Cashier and Bookkeeper are experienced in this line of work and have as brad acquaintance as any people in this part of the State For many years they did the banking business in this town and have all along enjoyed the full and com plete Confidence of the people This paper favors business expansion and hopes nat the Citizens Bank may pros per arid aid in the developing of our town and community and that the bus iness of this part of the State will give us three strong inio dkpensible for thrifty business condi tK D f To the old the middle e and Jtheyouth thl rattheHCODdanclth third we extend foodwill and wishes Whypay more when you san boy from II1forJl Yours io please s LYON BUGGY Cb irJ ir f fr f 4cA f t yi3Tiir HORRIBLE DEATH A FourYear Old Child So Badly rued Death Followed Elzyafourjywas so ribly burned that death followed in a tfew hours The lad was in a field with his father the latter burning grass After the grass had been set fire in a number of places the father left his son going across the field He had been gone but a short time when the boy not apprehending danger set fire to the grass in other places The wind was high and the fire spread rapidly catching the boy His clothes were soon consumed and his body fearfully burned While the flames were wrap plugthe body of the infant his moth er from a distance discovered the horrible situation and ran almost frightened to death to her child but was too late to save him The little fellow was carried to the house and Drs Sallee and Cartwright called but there was no relief and death followed during the night It is impossible to portray the anguish of the parents who have the sympathy of the entire neighborhood The Recital to be given Friday even lug at the LindsayWilson by Misses Murrell and Rosenfield will display the rare talent of these young artists Miss Murrell has only studied express ion a short while but she possesses marked ability Her reading is mark ed by a keen intellectual conception coupled with rare sentimental understanding Her selections are always given in a sweet natural manner that marks the true artist wherever found Miss Rosenfield has made rapid im provement under Miss Penlands instruc tion She has rare musical talent and her technique is unusually good Her friends are very much interested inas much as this is Miss Rosenfield first appearance before the public The evening promises to be very profitable as well as entertaining i Mr Mose Wootori of Sparksville will open up a music store and machine office in Columbia and be ready to serve the people who are in need of Organs pianos sewing machines desks and other things in his line by April the first Mr Wooten has rented the front room in the News Office for his office and sample room and will keep on dis play some excellent specimens of the various things he will have for sale and in storage room in this town Mr Wootoh is an active stirring man and we trust that success may crown his efforts in this enterprise Heretofore our people have been forced to buy musical instruments from outside agents at enormously high figures but now they can get them from a home man at inviting prices Watch the News for his annoucement Lyii tatty Co Camibellsville A representative of this paper visited the county jail last Friday with the view of getting a statement from Jodie Burbridge who is charged with murder ing Bill McClure on the 4th day of this month The prisoner refused to talk about the crime saying that he had not consulted his attorneys and that he would be governed by thier instructions Upon being asked where he stayed the first night after the killing said that he reached the home of Josh Taylor in the Gradyville country but he did not admit that he remained in Taylors house over night He futher stated that he did not leave Adair county until Thursday night before he was ar rested at Gallatin Tenn which was Monday forenoon of last week Jodie remarked that he was feeling first rate and was being well fed by jailer Tarter At a regular meeting of the Municipal Board of Columbia held in the News office last Thursday night the following orders were made A com mittee was appointed to secure a rock quarry and construct a bin and secure power to operate the crusher TheI City Attorney was empowered to contract with Mr Paul Azbill f rahy drant for fire protection The reservoir will be located in the East corner of the public square and will hold 10000 gallons of water to be pumped in by a gasoline engine r L lamsfentforthe Page wire wove fence grid aveit in stock for delivery This is th bet and stxbofest fence in sellstlow i t 22t W LW TQ f 0 tf 2 r it ty Yj l x t tf T i Jt IoBUGGY CO gM 0 CAMPBELLSVILLE KY 6 BIG AD NEXT WEEK 0o DONT FAIL TO SEE ITS w w s w w w STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS Mr Vincent Dockery one of J mnItownS best citizens was stricken paralysis last Saturday afternoon and for several hours it was thought he could not recover Sunday the Physicians pronounced him better and Monday morning he became conscious and it is now believed that he wUl Recover Mr Dockery has been Depu ySheriff and Jailer of Russell county making- a very efficient ofticeranditis very gratifyingto his friends generally that the chance are favorable for his recov- erycandthat he will again be iri f the busy tfofthe ountyt Qrter yrnieeting at iheeiodiat Charch beguvainc next Saturday and w81count a over Sunddj 1 Vaii fa dt a fl r r 2 t S ta ISIAH TURNER DEAD J Last Wednesday afternoon death end ed the suffering of the subject of this notice Hewas about fiftyeight years old and had resided near Columbia for the past twentyflveyears He was an industrious farmer and had the friend shipofb neighbors He was a victim of Brights disease and was a great sufferer until the end came He maids a profession years ago and was ready to meet his Master The Page lnceisthe best and strongest fence on the market Com pIete stock on hand 202t WL WALKER x Attend tht entertjunmtot at the Lindsay Wilson next Friday night q Mt Ct ttr r I hz FA kFa5rff t f u rq w w w w w w w w ACQUITTED Dr Oscar Keene of Burkesvflle who was charged with being implicated in the murder of James Skinner which a wasgiventriaifu last week The State was represented by Mr KpllinHurt this place Mr J C Hutchinsbn Glasgow and County At torney Hicks the defense by Judge W W Jones Columbia and a number of other lawyers of the local bar It took itlhadly pushed to completion the jury ren Imtdefnall Oatf1dKs manifest of iatewst t Ipatdeal ad of Cok bia x Stow r r Fl a r Ia v i ISCAGGS MURDER CASE 71 The case of Jeff Scaggs indicted the Green Circuit Court for the kiJIiW of John Lee was brought up at GMMJSJ burg Thursday after a jury had txffSi impaneled J The trial had proceeded witkthe troduction of a part of the evidence fit the Commonwealth when Thos Montt on one of the jurors received a te phoHevnessage that his father wavering f1t Judge Thurman excused Mm ttiij thejury and thereupon discharged rest and continued the case until Mfe Jtermofcourt I am agent for American fi 1 set TheUstcorstt waijakyot cstootfMrs Eubank to the t INr yon 3 2t WL wiuamlct VL fIiIIL tk t p l0 lt hsJl f kiI r Y ii 5y c iPoI Iff IiAtitF t rt t i ti r Gr o if r ft i TAE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY MARCH 28 1906 TGOT HIM Better a clever enemy than a fool friend Its but a step from cunningto rascalityA man is seldom wise and never honest Adversity oftens transforms a man into a hero There is no frombthe school of experience One sinner is apt to rejoice at the downfall of another Knowledge of ones ignorance the master key to wisdom Every time one man loses his temper another gains his point A blush is one of the f e things that cannot be counter feited The bitter dregs of truth ar to be found at the bottom of th cupWhen a man chalenges com parison he has to fight agains big odds Surely the man that deceives himself is aneasy mark for other deceiversA may be short of idea andstill be able to handle a long line of talks It is mans nature to fall but he sometimes fools people by re fusing to do it An attempt to judge the future by the past is enough to dis courage any manIAn ideal is one that blindly follows itst leader right or wrong If a man is prosperous he has no use for friends if he isnti they have no use for him Everybody wants to boss som body and there is always somebody who wants to boss everybody Ex NEW CURE FOR SNAKE BITE This paper notes with deep regret that a number of persons are dying from the bite or rattle snakes in different sections of Texas Most all cases are young children and in a good many in stances they are bitten on the hand or foot In such case the following remedy is said to be a good antidote for the rattlers bite providing it is used imme diately after being bitten Tak a pan or bowl and pour in enough kerosene oil to cover the wound Itwill draw the poison out imme diately and in the course of a few minutes turn perfectly green Then pour out the oil an refill the bowl being careful to put in enough oil to completly coverthe wound Leave the injured member in the oil as long astheoil turns green Then put on a poultice of plain table salt an J saturate thoroughly with oil Keep this up for about an hour and there is scarcely any danger offatal results Cut this out and preserve for future reffer enceMerkel Mail Feed food of good quality to liens and cast aside the idea that they are able and willing to live upon almost anything no matter what its condition Hens like hogs will eat unfit food when compelled to but in both cases 1thefood is fed with a loss to the owner and the quicker the farm ersbecome aware of such fact the sooner will eggs and pork be come more profitable The difference in an egg laid by plump healthy hen fed upon good fcojesome food and one laid 1yathin poorly fed hen can be readily determined by an expert hand is invariably appreciated by one accustomed to eggs of good i uali z4ir 1 sFrric y l i il t = f f i i t I WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS Y PELLYTON Messrs Hobson and Hale of Knifley were here Saturday on businessW Lemmon sold B V Ho 75viousD 0 Pelly bought of J H Pelly a mare for 80 Mrs Susan Coffey who has been sick for several weeks is better at this writing d Mrs Susi nwwere Columbia Sat urday on business Ne T Jones and Mrs Ma heMessrs Elmer Pelly T 0 JtC Jones and Dock Corneal left last week for Illinois Mr Luther Perryman who has been selling the Peerless Fence tsSchool Childrens Dyspepsia The common form of dyspepsia or indigestion which stops the pales the cheeks weakens the syste of so many school children is often du to improper or too quickly eaten lunch es While seeing to a correction of the cause it is also important to cure the disordered conditions of stomach and d menicine so safely and surely as Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsi- Try it Sold by Dr J N Page of Columbia and Page Moore of Cane Valley at 50c and 1 Money back if it fails MIAMIeSmith Nell passed through here last week with a drove of cattleL Cabell has returned horn from Frankfort W C Penick was in Columbia one day last week J F and C R Cabell attended the Jim- Milltown McCaffrey sale nea Miss Bettie Cundiff a student of the MF High School Columbia spent Saturday and Sun day with her parents Archie Durham who has bee expecteS to return to Louisville soon J R Irvine and John Cabell have been summoned as grand jurors to attend our March court visiondg friends in Louisville Mrs Lucien Durham who has been visiting her daughter Mrs JP Strader of Harrodsburg has returned home OWENSVILLE IND Writing letters is an uphill business to me but as the News comes to my papa I enjoy reading it very much and sometimes think a letter from this place would be of interest to my Ken tucky friends I have been here a year last August and I like In diana very much The weather r is very bad now and has been for some few days The roads are almost impassible in this part We have very nice schools an dIf churches here We take an ex amination every two months which I think are very good PUT school will close ril 6th We have had seven ionthsof school this term We wilt only have five months vacation I will close hoping to see somei letters from my Old Kentucky friends Yours very truly r DONA fii l11 r Ex tt iIi a r yt5r r rr9 A PROBLEM Miss Pearl Hindman of Grady ville sends us the following problem to be answered through The NewsA courted a young lady and as their birthdays happened together they agreed to make that their wedding day On the day of their marriage it happened that the gentlemans age was just twice that of the ladys hadelived together 30 years the gentleman observed that the ladys age drew nearer to his and that his was only in such propotion to ers as 1 to 1 37 Thirty years after this he found their ages to be as 2 to 135 at which time they both died I demand their several ages at the day of their marriage and on that of their deaths also the reason why the ladys age which upont withstanding be never able to overtake it c Well Worth Trying pensionm Nexteto a pension the best thing to get is Dr Kings New Pills He writes they keep my family in splendid health Quick cure for Headache Con GuaranrstorenAN INVITATION KentuckyWhere Where were planning reunion Where for you there still is room If KentuckyIAnd Ill be found at the reunion youeWere you bred in Old Kentucky Where the purest waters flow Where the beech and yellow poplar growIfArent you coming back in June To week with friends and rloved ones And to sing Steve Fosters tune Were you bred in Old Kentucky playWhere dayIftimensee May we find you here in line Were you bred in Old Kentucky Where the coward is unknown Wastheiandof lovely ladies Qnce in time your native home If KentuckyWe To this land of peace and plenty Where you lived in days of yore Were you bred in Old Kentucky Where the finest horses roam Did you come to this fair Eden Once a time to find a home If you have lived in Old Kentucky You are now invited too For many friends of yours will be here And wed like to meet with you Were you bred in Old Kentucky Did you come here once to stay Like our martyred GovernorGoe- bels the famous Henry Clay All who have lived in Old Kentucky Are requested now to come Come husbands wives come sons come doughters t To your Old Kentucky Home If you was bred in Old Kentucky Or have called this state your home Let us all strike hands together- In our Old Kentucky Home you have lived in Old Kentucky Try to your old home to be true And Ill be found at the reunion And have hopes of meeting youiROBERT LEE CAMPBELL Dingo Ky TodCure a felon says Sam Kendall of Phillipaburg Kan just coyer it over with Buck lens Arnica Salve and the Salve will do J1J1DSBoillEczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands 1 atlTE4 l 1 4 V 3 d Vl dA c f fj 1iJrtit tO t r 7l vj fI 1i i llt r COAC1111ORSEJr nhO a ti NOTA WESTERN DRAfT HORSErc I r 1Mrmt IDorsesYOUVESf f 1and70tori I IBYMtowntrr 1i II SONIDiamonds Jewlers and Opticians U Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall 132 W Market let 1st 2d SLLoaisvitle Ky I ISDCrens Special Att nti ootoEyes Fietulo Pollevil S vin Or y sur gical work done tfarprices I am well fixed to take creobtoclcIlOlSyduewb work is donee or tOck removed from stables HEHALF MffINliSAP J FIOMCfUJMBUL MIMTMEMT utMitr d ibi t1ri js tIif tt f Iu fii 1 ji j i1 cr iwwvfitwvvw wviv vwww viwv 1 I iiire7 wui 7fC 1 f NEW 17 rw wn iCwin wwSriiam firstclass Meal and Crushed Feed w1Nbrand you get the meal it makesthe Old Fashion way i EVERYTHING NEW BUT THE MILLERHE HAS HAD THE EXPERIENCE JirE LOCATION NEAR EUBANKS SHOP I iI- l 71 14 11I vv1L4Ji1w w I 7Ks u7ii7K nmm7j 71 jIMK i i Inj71i7i Ki O i i r I LUMBER WANTED I 1WewiIopen a yard it1ja April i kand will goodpay prices 1 IiWrlttusat CampHII lIe Give us a trial 1 tJH H i i i Ik s i AcAlF i1 ft tjt HY5r i wk1i m 7 iIi t t f k f Sftt M c f J c l tl ir r Y- I J y i Jr THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY MARCH 28 1906 I CARRY ALL HEIGHTS IN SjOt Dehler Brothers 0 IN sr mpn IAIx 116 E Market St Louisville I Send for Catalogue The Louisville Trust C5torm3rom I LOUISVILLE KIT Organized uuder a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust business 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 impartial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength FO R BUSINESSREADYOur LIVERY STABLE On Greensburg Street one block from the Public Square is now open for business We have 50 good stalls 25 of them boxed and all safe and convenient Plenty of Feed Good RIQS and Sato Drivers Everything new except we have experienced drivers and groomers Plenty of fresh water in every stall Your business solicited ALLEN WALKER GO COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Enterpris Hotel Chas F Gans Bro Props 223243 W Mareet St Bet Floyd and Preston Louisville Kentucky RATES 100 Per Day Absolute satisfaction guaranteed SpeciSl rates to Boarders Xi i Do You Want a j H O M t o If so we can furnish you oneany kind you want We I housesbusiness Ino YU cvvc FRI Write us what kind of a place you are looking forwhat what improvements where located how much willing to invest and any other pertinent Isizehave farms of all sizes character and prices and youI certain to interest you if you are on the market card will bring you one of our printed lists Kentucky Rsal Estate Company I66Btral KENTUCKY 1 TPo Tobacco Shippers We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connected directly or indirectly with any other ware house or warehouse company We conduct a Strictly Independent Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business CA BRIDGES COFropsPIcKETT TOBAGCO WAREHOUSE Ci 3JJC SYILLEKENTUCKY r lI1if il j i i L Pk Jr t I f I t a dJ it k r Wrs 1 KENTUCKY NEWS Lichfield is to have an electric light plant Seventyfive horses found purchasers at the sale at Falmouth in Penaldton county last Satur day Harry Lancaster of near Rocky Hill Warren county crushed to death by a log falling on him Four prisoners escaped from the Mercer county jail at Har rodsburg Saturday night by means of the sewer Theres to be a carnivaland street fair at Somerset during the week of May 10 and a big time is assured There are but three members of the Sparrow family of Wash ington county but the compined weight of the three is 823 pounds W P Tarter farmer of Adair county chopped wood and struck a knot The ax glanced and took off the large toe of Tarters right foot- Increased population of Owens boro has made it necessary to provide a new school house and the city is arranging for meeting demandMarion of Mackville Washington county has a pipe which was plowed up in Lincoln county more than 125 years ago and he has refused he says 100 itMrs Carrie Coleman of Har rodsburg was fearfully shocked while using the telephone during a thunderstorm The receiver was torn from her hand the box burst open and all the wires meltedOne thousand dollars has been collected in Owen county as a li cense on vehicles and the amount has been added tpN the turnpike fund to be used in bet tering the condition of the coun try roads Lightning struck the home of Martin Philips near Shawnee Run Mercer county twice in largeholeone side of the building but aside from receiving a severe shocknone of the occupants were injured The window shades were set on fire and the front door was shattered and the headboard of a bed was split Overcrowde- dIt is a pretty dangerous thing to allow your system to get overcrowded with undigested foodpoisons bile poisons bowel poisons Get rid of them by taking Dr Caldwells laxa tive Syrup Pepsin and you will right away feel such a wonderful change for the better that you will never let yourself get into that condition again Safe and pleasant relief and cure for headache constipation biliousness etc Try it Sold by Dr J N Page of Columbia and Page Moore of Cane Valley at 50c and 1 Money back if it fails WHO WAS THE LOSER A banker going home or his dinner saw a 10 bill on the curbstone He picked it up and took the number home in order to find the owner While at home his wife remarked that the butcher had sent a bill amounting to 10 The only money he had with him was the bill he had found which he gave to her and she paid the butcher The butcher paid it to the farmer for a calf and the farmer paid it to a merchant who in turn paid it to a wash woman and she owing the banker a note of ten dollars went to the bank and paid the note The banker recognized the bill as the one he had found and which up to that time had paid 50 of debtOn careful investigation he discovered that tha bill was counterfeit Now will some of our friends tell us what has been yWh1 j h f f ut i J r 4 4Jrl n LOFTY BUILDINGS OF NEW YORK Lower Broadway will have a skyscraper 39 feet taller than the Washington monument It rises five hundred and fiftyfive feet from the ground The Singer building on the northwest corner at liberty street will be enlarged and from its center will rise a 4ostory tower to a height of 59323 feet The four succeeding stories will form- a Cone crowned with cupola and flagstaffSteel form the skeleton of the tower The facades will be ornamental brick and limestone A great central bay window will extend from the eleventh to the 36thstory with double windows and a row of 4 single windows on each side at each floor The tower will contain a floor area of 150000 square feet It will have four elevators In addition to the tower the fourteenstory Singer building and elevenstory Bourne building will be removeled into a fifteen story structure with an increas ed plot area on each side which willmake the frontages 12210 1 2 feet on Broadway and 29007 1 4 on Liberty street The cost isI estimated at 15000000 in plans filed by the architect Ernest FlaggThe new Singer building will be owned by the Singer Manu facturing Company of which Frederick E Bourne is president The next highest New York structure will be the 40story tower of Gen Howard Carrolls Railroad and Iron Exchange on West street from Albany to Ce dar street which will rise 404 feetThe head of Diana on Madison Square Garden tower is 322 feet above the street The Metropol itan Life Insurance Company is planing to build a tower on the site of Dr Parkhursts old church at Madison avenue and Tw1rntyfourth street as a partj of its great building with a dome toward which Diana will have to raise her eyes The tower of the Park Row building is 382 feet high The extreme height of the Pulitzer building is 375 feet TILMAN A WHISKY EXPERT Senator Foraker while debat ing the pure food bill was get ting warm on the subject of fu sel oil in whiskey He has submitted to several interruptions and his patience was about ex hausted when Senater Tilman asked him a question The Ohio manrepIiedsomewhat pettishly whereupon Tilman said I was head barkeeper down in South Carolina when the dispensary system was inaugurated and I know what I am talking about Mr Foraker allowed him to go on and in five minutes the southerner amply made good his boast and had shown that he was the best posted man in the senate on the making of whiskey and had silenced everybody Forak er included I am not much of a shark on the taste of whiskey but I know all about the making of it lie ended triumphantly and no one could say him nay The date for the Tennessee State Fair has been set and will be from October 8th to 13th in clusive in Nashville Man y plans were recently considerod at a meeting of the executive committee by which the man agement expect to make exten sive preparations for the event both in the way of displays and in the building A committee was given full power to act in making such improvements as are necessary before the spring race meeting It is understood that machinery horticulture and- difry boil1 will be tedbefore the fall exhibition ii ilJ 6 B i e dkttQJI y J T rW i n NICKNAMES OF STATES AlabamaLand of Flowers ArkansasBear State CaliforniaGolden State- ColoradoCentennial State Connecticut Nutmeg State Deleware Blue Hen State FloridaPeninsula StatelGeorgiaCracker IllinoisSucker State IndianaHoosier State Iowa Hawkeye State- KansasSunflouer State KentuckyBlue grass State LouisanaPelican State Maine Pine Tree State- MarylandOld Line State MassachusettsOld Bay State Michigan Wolverine State MinnesotaGopher State MississippiBayou State Missouri Bullion State Montanna Signed Cat State NevadaSilver State New HampshireGraniteS- tate New JerseyGarden State New YorkEmpire State North Carolina Tar Heel StateOhioBuckeye State OregonWebfoot State Pennsylvania Keystone StateRhode IslandLittte Rhody South CarolinaPalmetto State TexasLone Star State UtahHoney Bee State Vermont Green Mountian StateVirginiaOld Dominion West V i r gin i aPanhandle StateWisconsinBadger State 1 Few Australians Here There are only a few Australi ans distributed throughout the United States and their number is so small that in most of the official bulletins they come under the head of unclassified There are in New Yorkcity less than 500 Australians and the majority of them are Austra lians in name only having been born in Australia during the temporary residence of their parents One such case is that of Mme Melba the prima don na who was born in Melbourne Australia in 1866 though her home is in England The only city in the country in which there is any considerable number of Australians in San Francisco in which there are about 1000 Chicago has some 300 and Oakland a suburb of San Francisco 250 Once every year the Australians in New York City assemble for fraternal meeting and it is found usually that the larger number of those present are traveling Australians SHE FEARED THE TELEPHONE A tradesman wishing to have a telephone put in his House but his aged mother vigorously protested against the idea Robert she said if you bring that dreadful thing in here I will never close my eyes for fear that it may break out and sweep us all into eternity andus not be any wiser He tried to persuade her that it was a most harmless instru ment But she said No no look at the thousands aye millions of poor hindoos it killed last autumn Why exclaimed he that warn t a telephone mother that was a typhoon nut the tuned old la- spectaclesandlookingathim dyraised her over the rims thereof said You neednt try to make a fool of me Robert I perhaps dont know much but I do mow that the typhoon is tie emperor of JaPrThenheer son gve it upasa b4ihopeless r zf v T i flhrr r PROVERBS OF WALL STREET He that hath pity upon th e poor lendeth to the Lord but the security is nonnegotiable A good name is to be chosen rather than great riches but for tunately for the problem of selection a good name is usually goodcollateral Blessed are the poor for theyve nothing to loose Wisdom is better than rubies and copper stocks are not always pure water As an ox goeth to the slaught so a lamb to Wall Street- wiseA son maketh a glad father unless he bucks him from the other side of the market The borrower is the servantof the lender but this doesnt affect the quotations on call loans= He thatmaketh haste to be rich shall not be innocent and usually remains poor Whoso diggeth a ditch shall fall therein similar is the fate of him that constructs a corner Put not your trust in mer chant prices until you have ei suited their commercial rating A word spoken in good season how good it is especially when it is Sell spoken to your broker Puck Starving To Death Because her stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she could not eat Mrs Mary H Walters of St Clair St Columbus 0 was literacy starving to death She writes iMy stomach was so weak i from useless druga that I could not eat and my nerves BO wrecked that I could not sleep and not before I was given up to die was I induced to try Electric Bitters with too wonderful result that improvment began at once and a complete cure fol lowed Best health Tonic on earth 5oc Guaranteed by T E Paull druggist REFORM THE BOGUS REFORMER Whatever outcone the political r weather which clothes the poli ticians round like a frog may protend and ultimately produce- it is easy to see that old things have passed away and that new things are at hand The spirit of commercialize j politics has struck a snag The insurance revelations w h i ch r have given such a black eye 13 high finance are likely to proves till more farreaching The railways will have to draw in their horns a bit Assuredly the gray wolves of the senate are coming to grief and Boodle and bossism in the great centers at population will have to go The arousing of the muicipal spirit 3s one of the most salutary signs 6T the time Free elections and l1 fair count of votes will every where become the shibboleth of good citizens and patriotic men The bogus reformer in parlic ular needs to be sent to the rear The malignant speculator in civic righteousness who prances rouncL on the high horse of morality and virtue in public whilst han9 inglove with the grafter behind the scenes needs to be unmask edLouisville CourierJournal The Breath Of Life Its a significant fact that the strong est animal of its size the gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful Jmwa means powerful creatures How to bMp the breathing organs right should Jto mans chiefest study Like thousand of others Mrs Ora A Stephens ttf Port Williams 0 has learned howto do this She writes Three bottles aE Dr Kings New Discovery stopped jjajy cough of two years and cured me tit what my friend thought c6nsuraptk 3 its grand for throat and lung trpnbljKR Guaranteed byTEPaull Price 50c and 100 Trial bottlefree- s WANTED I will take tiuo or four fctmilMMUfe r botrdi4L if MRS ANN EOT AWL Ia co1bia1 i f r L t j lftt I 0 f v f J PrR il fh4 if O IL c J t 30 1 f q 1tifJ THE1 l HAIR COUNTY NEW COLUMBIA KY MARCHES 1906 9s 1 to r n j V 1tth Q1J uutgltW1I Published Every Wednesday BY THE t i4a rounty t1eisgo i CINCOrO TEnI 1C As s sAIl1RI Editor t the interests DMBoentic newspaper devoted to i til ttweity of Columbia and the people of Adair r il adjacent ouHtes k t = tee ed at the Columbia Poitoffice as vesaor utilmatter WED MARCH 28 1906 The first issue of The News asNovember 3d 1897 So the 9tfi year will close November 1906 There were nearly 700 who received the 1st issue and these we designate our- charter mem hers Many of them have paid upr for the 9th year some are inI whilesothers have been less thoughtful f of our pressing needs and have dropped a little futher behind I To all our charter members we tender this proposition Come pay up for the 9th year and we will date you 1stu1907 The time from November t 3d to January 1st is given you r Without notice of this we have been marking up everyone of our first subscribers who have paid for the 9th year This proposition j made to run to April 15th after that date the regular order will be carried out It is your privi lige to date your paper up to the first of the year and it affords us pleasure to give the time to a faithful paying subscriber who has been with the paper fromits beginningRemember the date April 15 One of the most important i steps to be taken to advance the growth and prosperity of Colum bia is that of water works This paper has called attention to this matter many times but up to date no favorable action has been taken Many of our citizens realize the worth of water works They see the pressing needs of an ample supply of water they know that insurance rates are 4 burdensome in some instances exceeding tests he legal rate of inter and even in the best build ings the owners must pay from 2 to 3 per cent All this money goes out of our community an nually and yet the rate is not above the risk and we drift along waiting as it were for a blaze to sweep the business portion of the town or destroy the beauti ful and comfortable homes away from thesquare We have sug gested that a company Te formed and put in water but the com pany floes not form We now 1suggestcthat the town be game and wise enough to brace up to the situation vote for a sufficient tiamount of bonds to put in a good supply of water protect the town from fire and permit the- conveniencespeople to have the of water as they may choose to t use it A bonded debt for slctaplant in our judgment is the on air way for the town to secure the blessings of water It a icrn bshown tiSUCh 3 move iJl i1 ftriMeht mislJ blessi us i 4lJ 1Tr IM al WJ e presen owjies ofpropelt r 17 Zti anbeshrh investmeiitwllby ldrena t i- f9ue o fay for itself wifcftiii tif9JY iff fdftJ- l and blij Hi O t Y uGr 1 11i c m afe jt ajr ioWDS70foulq J e To iuJlUtcOOtlJ tillcf The Jj fIN f r53 h1ilrt1ftl the tawi l1rI- In hi 2 ror Jt p ontill ru a apd prothtion Mri w1IlirtiwlpJi twreasonsWtiY sari Mj tfcisjfepuld be4pngiXJc i TJie Council akarn11 ttoft the contents of itaiikto- be erected in the southeast co- rflJier of the square but this at J r rr 4 i lf ir t Yr f t t t r best can only give feeble pro tection to property on the square and to no other part of the town It is the time to take this import ant and advanced step in the growth of Columbia and the Council can put it to the front but it will take the voters to en dorse it and make it effective If interested in bettering public conditions m Columbia in keep ingup values and maintaining Substantial growth then take the above suggestion agd do sQm- efigujng eforeyol make up your mind Last Friday evening the people of Camp ellsyille held a meeting 1JdputupiOoPOOO for the purpose of building a large school to be under the control of the Russell CT eek Association Twenty thousand dollars will be needed to make this proposition- a success as weunderstand and since Campbellsville has put up onehalf of it it is expected that the people of Taylor county will give 5000 and the rest of the district give the other 5000 This is a fair proposition and the Baptist outside of Taylor county ought to put up the amount without a grumble Just whether it will be done can not now be stated and e whether Taylor county will outside of Campbellsville put up the amount asked and expected is also withbdoubt There is not a single rea son why they should not do it but often the unexpected hap pens At any rate the only safe plan for the Campbellsville peo ple to secure the school is to put up and keep putting up until the contract is let for its building Should the people of Campbells ville putup the entire amount they would then make money out of the proposition It is a move of far more value to the business interests of that city and its property owners than to the Bap tist of Southern Kentucky It is a move if successful that will bring many good citizens within its border give vim vigor and volume of business over present conditions and inaugurate a peri od of unequaled growth in prop erty values To be plain it will give new life and prove the most important step yet taken in the history of that town No enterprising or public spirited citizen interested in the expansion of business or values in that section should withhold liberal aid in securing the school They will be paid back more than four fold within a reasonable time De nominational lines should not act as a bar but every man woman and child should see the good to follow such an enterprise and then act to secure it Land Stock andCrop 000 From Mell correspondent A R Kelt ner bought a combined horse from R J Wilcox of Exie for 125 000 FOR SALE One span of extra good three year old mare mules also one extra la ge jennett L O MCFARLAND 2Q3t Rowena Ky 000 Front Bliss correspondent Smith Nell the wideawake traders of Grady ilte boaght a large lot of mixed corn tthe bsofE t pjWatkins at 175 per barrel Flowers Bros sold a tot otialed straw to lenW U UHCo of CblumbiL iif 3l1 CeAFPi3 Pe riqtji i fl1t t f Dr W T GmlJUU biopght OJWiJi1iWb tTt TJUBinfrom John CeIfor J h Du JIH lQ J rtHfft Vor9a j flt nOCiQ ctJ V fSmithJNeUr of C H 6r4 40 he lcMeg to 5tndr r1 J1cents20beaciee mi7t7G W Tdf qoo ftl 0t es to BnYates for 14250 two mules to Dr Rodman of Louisville for 450 the lif l 1r nh i r PERSONAL MENTION THE omens AN D GOERS Dr J T Jones Montpelier was here last Friday Mr W G Wells Maysville was here last Thursday Mr Jo Russell was very sick a few I days of lasf week Mr A G Norris Louisville was here last Thursday Mr Porter Barger who was quite sick last week is better Miss Ellen Burton was quite sick several days of last week Mr Melvin Conover is confined to his bed a victim of pneumonia Mrs Sam Wheat Montpelier was shopping in Columbia a few days ago Mrs Chapman Browning of Mill town visited in Columbia last Friday Mr W A Pearce St Louis was here to see our merchants last Thurs day Mr A H Marshall Cambellsville made his regular trip to Columbia last weekMr Robert Caldwell and sister Miss Louise visited the family Qf Mr Jo Coffey the first of the week Mrs Lou Miller was out last Friday for the first time in two weeks She having been confined with lagrippe Mrs Robt Young and Mr Sam Young of Burkesville visitedrthe family of Mr J H Young last Saturday and Sunday highest priced pair of mule ever sold out of Adair county They also sold 35 hogs to C R Cabell at 5J cents and a load each of hogs and cattle in Louisville at good prices 000 E W Reedsold 1 C Winfrey of Cumberland county a pair of imported English Berkshire and PolandChina pIgS for 10 000IFrom Olga Bros of Creelsboro bought 71 hogs at 4 cents i Barnes Bros bought 5 hogs of U H Kilpatrick for 25 and one cow and calf of Sonnie Coe far 25 B F Leach bought 2 yearling mules of parties in Adair for 150 y ooo Frank Waggener bought a three year old horse mule from Tom Holladay for 80 000 N S Mercer Son Milltown sold Durham Anderson 75 head of hogs at 565 per hundred G B Cheatham sold same firm 7 hogs at same price J R Tutt sold 5 at same money 000 IMPROVEMENTSWANTED Pointers That indicate the Feeling of the GeneralI GOOD ROADS MORE BRIDGES Mr J W Patterson of Bliss says Our roads are in a very bad condition and something permanent must be done to improve them I have never seen a rock crusher but I have seen the rock after having been crushed and doubtless they will do the work With stone to follow the grader our public high ways would soon be in good condition is my judgment I am willing to pay my part of the tax a Dr U L Taylor speaks thusly jam constantly travling over the C II and I desire to say that the roads in a wretched condition I want the Fiscal Court to purchase machinery to crush rock and the rock placed upon the grades In my judgment should this be done the highways would be permanently improved I also favor midges at all crossings that become paajnfordjgg lam not a large taxpayer pbut wiU cheerfully pay my Part or ic n10 f1 J vi j3K W tt r s1Rrl ff ot r n usthataDtrnMp thattf t o fJim coun y f 1PP 1 t1Ifo ii l6fJ d it ib mPJ fuJcgJf HfO fl1 li Gfun AA r WIIIIftCi alj1r r ti0n IR6 1IJ l lXI n 4jI tfrlf a r a a Mr i Hi P Willis aprominent farmer tJ iitiiLi ittKj i iHttiii i r i i f Iy 2i T c Mr J B Barbee is in Louisville Mr Wm Hicks Greensburg was here Sunday Miss Carrie Flowers is visiting at Bliss this week Mr Jo Conover returned to Columbia last Monday evening Miss Estella Willis Joppa was visiting in Columbia Monday Mr W E Frazer was in Campbells ville the first of the week Mrs Wm Shipp Campbellsville is visiting her parents in this place Mrs Susan Moss of Hart county is visiting her son Prof R R Moss Miss Mary Richie of Burkesyille is visiting Mrs AR Kasey this city Mr W P Nunnally Horse Cave called to see our druggists last week Mr Roy Rounds who has been teaching in Cumberland county has return ed home Mrs Jo Coffey Jr and Miss Louise Caldwell paid heir respects to the News Monday Mrs Loy widow of the late W C Loy died last Monday night She was an excellent woman Mr W L Walker is in Louisville and Cincinnati this week laying in a supply of Spring and Summer goods Dr Garland Grissom returned from Louisville Saturday night having spent the winter in the city attending the Medical Univerity of the Joppa neighborhood says I will furnish the county with enough fromiof charge I am also willing to be taxed to pay for machines to crush the same I have not seen a rock crusher in operation but if they will do the work I want the Fiscal Court to buy them MontpelierI There is but little gravel on creek banks and a rock crusher is necessary The town of Columbia has already pur chased one and I think the county should follow suit and all the highways throughout its domain improved I am willing to pay my part the tax MrS E Allen I want to see the roads of Adair county improvedand in my opinion the only way to bring about substantial improvement is to put stohe upon the grades Iam not in favor of burdensome taxation but do not think the purchasing of rock crush ers would hurt the people It is said they are the machines necessary and if the Fiscal Court makes a levy for them its action will meet my approval J T Hamilton of Nell one of our best farmers says I want to see the roads of Adair county improved and am willing to pay my part of the tax for said purpose I am not in favor of extravagance but the purchasing of rock crushers to follow the grades would not be burdensome Good roads would add more to the county than any thing else I am for bridges where ac tually needed I hope the Fiscal Court will act favorably a Misses Minnie Kemp and Margaret Taylor favored the congregation with special songs at the Presbytrian church last Sunday the former at the fore noon services and the latter at the evening services COMMISSIONERS SALEI ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Mary 0 Hays c Plaintiffs DefendantsI Order Courtrenderiedatitsin the cause I shall roceed to offer for sale at the CourtHouse door iliColumbia Adircountyto the highest bidder at public auction on Monday the secondClaYQfApril 1906 beingCounty propertycounty Ky on the waters of Russell Sekf about 3J mile northeast of Co OneUtractother about 154 ethe two bun MattlOlJi P1 withpro ap exe froptthffoffitf i eetJ f iWC tBidders will be Ple cMri promptly with these terms T Biker Commissioner Montgomery Montgomery Attys 1lfI i r Frank Sinclair has bought out Neat Hancock Staples and he is receiving a nice stock of Spring Goods this week GET HIS PRICES John A Hobson 17000 Rolls Wall Paper 2 12 Cents to 25 Cents per Roll Woven Wire Fence Poultry Netting Screen Wire Metal Roofing Galvanized Sheet iron Guttering Samples of Wall Paper Sent on Applic- ationGreensburg Kentucky To Sell or Buy Property List it with W T EWING REAL ESTATE AGENCY Harrodsburg Ky No commission until sold If you wish to buy fill out blank and to this Agency Will send Land Trade Review JJa valuable real es tate paper one year free to every person listing or writing for information W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky I wantcontaining in to cost not exceeding I Name y rvr T Adress S S rrELW H GILL EDWIN HURT JTHE COLUMBIA STEAM LAUNDRY Lis now doing business in its new location on Campbellsville pike This is now the Best Equipped Laundry in Central J someCAn experienced Laundryman is employed and first class work is guaranted Our terms are strictly cash Hoping this will meet with approval of our many cus tomers We are yours WHGILU COMPANY fAgents wanted in every toWnyJJJS CITIZENS LIFE INSURANCE CO l LOUISVILLE KY I am representing the abovenamed company in Adair and adjomingcountiesIIt is one of the best companies doingt and has written an immense lot of insurance iDceitsorgalliza tion It is a home company and home people shouldjplace their business with it Fnr fur ther information see- i J H dPFAgnt l DrO S Dunbar ii DENTIST RONTe ROOMS IN J i BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3r Columbia Kentucky I j ifi r 2 t fy iij r f u 0 AAA jHotel AND Restaurant WN Brlnfon do Son Proprietors Lnncliatall Hours Day or N ht COMFORTABLE ROOMS The trade of Adair and couuties solicitedadjoiLlucE LEBANON KENTUCKsY I JAMES TRIPLETT DENTIST LUMBIA KENTUCKY OFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK dl r i t r ltr T r iJi 2j l THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY MATCH 28 1906 ty i 1i itr x LOCAL NEWS i4jj 1 Lyo a Mgy Cs CamjlKlIsviUe There are fourteen prisoners in the ft Adair County jail five white men and inenegrostT- SlrvTT r FOR SALE Two good combined horses O S D CEENSHAW Columbia tf Born to the wife of J S Flanagan March 22 ason Mr JAA Dulworth a prosperous farmer of Camp Knox will please accept onr thanks for a supply of excellent chewing tobacco Mrs Hiram Wheat an estimable lady of the Montpelier country died Tuesday night of last week She was I about fifty years old and died suddenly j a victim of heart failure Insure in The Farmers Home Insur ante Company of Junction City Ky The only company in the State that makes any claim of paying their losses in full tf S I BLAIR Agt Eld Z T Williams was in Columbia last Friday He informed the News that himself and wife would board dur ing his pastorate of the Christian Church his work beginning next Sun day Mr T C Moore who is a salesman in Russell Cos store will become a permanent citizen of Columbia He will remove his mother and the re mainder of the family from Green county at an early date FOR SALEA new twostory 6 room house on a onehalf acre lot in the Hurt addition near the Somerset road- S R SHREVE 184t Columbia Ky Mr Claud Montgomery has accepted a position in the store of Mr Frank Sinclair He is a steady and industri ous young man and will be pleased to see his friends in his new place of bus inessLyon Buggy Co Campbellsville IIWHITE POULTRY YARDEggs from purebred chickens White Plymouth Rock eggs 50 cents per setting of 15 White Leghorns for setting 30 cents Write or call for what you want J V WHITE Proprietor 17lm Columbia Ky The Myres Estes Milling Company Lebanon will close its doors to busi millIis for sale Messrs M Staples and G W Robertson of this place are three members of the firmThe house in which Mr Sam Lewis is doing business in will be enlarged ex tending it to the alley making the house over one hundred feet deep When conpleted it will be one of the largest produce establisments in this section ef the state The new motorcar was shipped from the factory last Tuesday Mr Paul Azbill is in Louisville to receive it and it will reach Columbia this week Two cars will be run regularly between this place and Campbellsville meeting both afternoon and evening trains one leaves Columbia at 4 a m and one at the noon hour Themany friends of Uncle Perry Hancock will be sorry to learn that he is in a low state of health and for sev eral weeks has been quite feeble He is ninetyone years old today and ashes been the custom for many years the event will be celebrated by his children and friends who will set a bountiful dinner f Prof L S Flanagan of this place filled Prof Moss place in the Lindsay sickfProf Flanagan has accepted a position iff an institution learning at Madison ville and will leave for that point about the 9th of April Prof Flanagan has only been a citizen of Columbia a short time but his deportment he marks him as a gentleman The news from Mr Lee Grissom is not as favorable as we reported last week though his condition is not alarm ing After he was operated driripjr P l Pet ndicitl all abcess formed and a few days ago it was lanced more than a pint of puss apingSincethelast operation he has been feeling easy Dr W T Grissom Lees brother was in town last Friday and stated that ifr there was nota decided change for the better in a few days he would go tot 7thecity t ctLIIUYte CawjkeHsvWe f f tifj l t t l1 ll r X Frank Sincair has an ad on fourth page Watch for it each week For sale one extra fine 0 LG boar ready for service J B COFFEY iiEntertainment at the LindsayWilson next Friday night SEE LYON BUGGY GOS big add next week Front Page Notice the change in John L Hob sons ad Greensburg Ky on fourth page Circuit court opens at Liberety next monday A representative of this paper will be in attendance We have just opened our Spring line of clothing for men and boys Call and see them 20 2t WL WALKER We are always bidding for your bus iness Try us and be convinced LYON BUGGY Co The attention of our readers is called to the ad of Mr Frank Sinclair in todays paper He just returned from market with an elegant line of goods In the Green circuit court last week the slander suit of W C Payne an insurance agent against Dr Orner Shively was compromised the latter paying 375 Jodie Burbridge who killed Bill Mc Clure was brought before Judge Han cock last Monday morning He waived an axamination and the Court remand ed him to jail On and after April 1st 1906 all trains of the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway Company will arrive at and de part from the 10th St depot insteadof 7th St depot formerly Union depot Louisville On fourth page this issue will be found the adof W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky If you want to sell or buy property fill out blank and send it to him The Columbia Steam Laundry com menced business yesterday All the machinery has been overhauled and good work is guaranteed Leave your laundry at Coys grocery store An ad appears in this weeks News Lyon Buggy Co Campbellsville FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell my farm containing 117 acres wellimproved There is a good dwelling containing seven rooms and two good barns Plenty of water good orchard J Ky MILLINERY You will do well to call and see Mrs Birdie Strages millinery April 6 she has the finest line this side of Louis ville 202t Mr H C Butler an engineer who was killed on the Illinois Central at Horse Branch last week was a neph ew of Mr AH Juddof this place A wife and one child survives Mr Juddattended the funeral and the in terment was in Cave Hill FARM FOR SALE My farm containing 2QO acres is for sale 75 acres in grass 75 in cultiva tion remainder in timber good dwell ing and out buildings good orchard well watered J T HAMILTON Nell Ky There was a meeting of citizens Taylor county at Campbellsville las Friday for the purpose of raising money to establish a Baptist College at that place Gov J R Hindman and Hon Jas Garnett of this place were there and made speeches in the interest of the enterprise The people of Taylor county are enthusiastic and believe they will raise the necessary funds FOR SALEI reI will self at a bargain my fine late improved 10 syrup tilting jar cabinet style soda fountain with its appurti nances My health is such I have to quit the business If you want a bargain come at once 192tr M CRAVENS Invitations to the marripge of Mr W Brents Twyman of Larue county to Miss Luella Marshall a nopulnj young lady of Crreensburgi are puJtg The young lady Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs P F Marshall and will be missed iby all her associates The groom is an excellent young businese man j t Sj s 1e i ifJ t t l f f tid r Z y rh DOUBLE WEDDING Prominent Adair County Couples- Married at Jamestown There was a double wedding at the residence of Judge H H Dunbar of Jamestown the 18th the contracting parties being MrE V Miller a prom inent merchant of Crocus this county and Miss Lena Powell a daughter of the late Geo G Powell and Mr R 0 Young and Miss Emma Strange also of Adair county The parties are all well connected and their friends are numer ous May peace happiness and pros perity crown all their efforts as they enter upon this new relation Mr Mil ler is wellknown in Columbia and his former associates desire to extend their congratulations to himself and bride Mr Young is a millman by profession and Mrs Miller and Mrs Young have been prominent school teachers If you dont buy from us we both lose money LYON BUGGY Co DEDICATION On the second Sunday the 8th of April Providence near Stapp Spring will be dedicated Rev J S Bow of Louisville will preach the dedicatory sermon This church was built and equipped by Mr J S Stapp and there is not a dollar of indebtedness against it so there will not be any collection as is usually the case on such occasions At that time and place however Rev Bow who is the Corresponding Secre for the State Roard of Missions Imayof the gospel Mr Bow is a Minister of high standing in the Statea man of great force and doing a great work for the Baptist cause Mr Stapp looks forward to this ded ication with much pleasure as he has been able to build the house and fur nish it without calling on those who may be present to enjoy the services We trust that a large crowd will be present to show their respect to a man 1 whose liberality and goodendeavors have built and given to that community a good house of worship and whose strong Baptist sentiment has led up to such a noble work Mr Bow will arrive on Saturday the 7th and will preach at Providence that day On that night he will conduct services at Liberty Church On Sun day Providence will be dedicated and that night he will preach at Zionr PAID LIST The News Honor RolIIs Your Name Written There lFThe following persons have paid subscriptions since last issue kF Tl Smith G B Yates W OBryantlEa Franklin T J Kratzer Jas M Tray lor U P Morgan 0 C Vaughan4 Hr C Feese J A Young S H Wilson W D Tarter RJ Howard Zue Gum G A Blakeman J Mc Shreve7J f E Foster Jeff Henry R L Durham E M Blakeman B S Wilson B M Taylor J S Marshall ZfL Dehart A N Bridgewater Neele y Morrispnr J H Squires A J Mauk Simeon Murrell C C Traylor A iHy Marshall J P Overton Percy Staton Wellington Redman S U Wright Lyon Buggy Co Campbellsvilk r f JL SADDLE STALLION a r Mr Charles Cabll of Green1 county t purchased last week afines young saddle stallion in Shelby countjfj that wilmake the season of1906S at is farm Jle Miami The horse aid to be a fin individual and j li thefismcystrains Daretappear in ater Keep an eye on our columnsnlu rBOAIDlI5jWANTfI j I will ta tiWeeor fobr nin boarders t i IMItJANN BANK 1831f L1rj1 i QJ olunibia I Ky- if ltrrzjNdvi til r lr irFourmUlnoW Jifliibbuglit at 6Qbfeurtbat sold for ra5ifnaw3320i tone that sold at 86 nptic0i1r Whea bee areck edoutlno man mid atctbeae prices 110 toCOAKLEY SlMMSBRdS fl t n fllrf l nDuCitlJI lIe f hi 1fwrffff1 41 itHi fH Cls1fibeltonvtill Wfn CJo gIkRw rNlil 2 tito buy cPttt cJJf ant tOl 41 l uuu e m4ftidL i i 11Y fattianc t V 1 xq i1 i J r oo Y by1i1ajr 1 ttu L4 31ttd1 Ari Ly i kJy G11CaicIriII J bVtal itI t lti t l EY4 f f r r ry- t 3 l Ji JoH Jordan Peacock The Greatest Horse H 1 Jt FJ I iJJfJtJJ r tJ1 JJ 11t 1 tt tffj tt 8 ir1InKentucky r ir iI i j I I JORDAN PEACOCK Will iteEetH8 presentseason at Grad ieKIltuc a d will serve mares at 15 to rn flf a Ir rncot one wed old H K khy mare should loose acca bycare lessness orrougfetifeatiftent hightt priced colts thafirfty Wse in Kentucky Cotton arid mules have their s3JlddPis r but The Peaeoieits are lwygUp The Horse BqY5tIare always Looking for Peacocksr and frotho rfiU hispay uw vjiiiv w tw rr r i Sucklingsold a32yeJa 4yearold geldirsbWMarch 8 in a pair for 82 9Qc 7 eDidi u ever know of anyf other horses in isartthetS atet atsAld for such prace s When you breed toJordany are gOIng1Glg tg od 1pp t acl oP the tsr adYr mooIf y as soon as itlut e ground There is rias h TQNt If JJ = C fLf J ilW ONIt Captain Peacock IS the best lr spect ave ever efen1 i shown at the Co 1 lumbia Fdi from a sri ckliii eoltup under halted feiBfleJaftd double hd iyt r t6t Blue iII f J r Ii i l firtVt 57AErIn foal Money is due In all casess when the ma1eJstradedor leaves tl rleihh ood Ai care willtbe taken to p1 vent accidents but should arty occur I illJiit be res p Jple Grass at 50 cents per week or grain fed at cost Th n1ting the poolror pa j a 9iOe and ohcitrrig a continuance of same IamTeSPectfully t ii J J lit I1f YfLhl l i u i fiiJJ- IJJ GRADYVIflLESTOCK FAIiMlfJO t Jyj 1 yftr s3il tf I W1 L Grady Pitjpa i i C GradyviII1ithickySl j t i Ir f 1 1 4W ii t II u v IV IAinr 1l llIL viNti1 eri v jl7v V 1 1 III fflI 71 IN jlI I1 II 11t m J s 1jS 7 7 jE E i vcv i r1lt 1 5 f 4 M nf rlIIJ ro i jwaf1 i t Ja111 ti 0d 3 V 7f 1111trI IO1 1Ej jI IP tl IVi1 II J 0 IJ U tI II iAND BE J OWiNCEinHAT JJJ tahIV l jll tiris r si r the- mlI- JNEWESTI1 rjO f lJ Jtiiw o si I J l Asoo rflue 1 the H LARGEST 13 J l j vi r J Quality the i REST jHf J OJ in vw nif1p fHjft eOs1ih 71 1110U LQJEStjfr t 1n f2t 1 r fj J GAR LOAD u fifi iJjST RECE1ViD- t XIV wt l IU WAlJE WiPLeMENl FIUtt SEE S 1tItrjZERS HA StJiWDLESLk IElr J J t III ts rrlJd1l fJ1 r nelJLiI 1 KyV lfV 1 JJ Vff Jttr 229S5E2E asassE1v j Jt f 1 S ARr yI nrrJ lcu 0 JJail lRrtoa tf8t1Nellp sitl ed the f a l811UY S WTltfQMtlJL Atib ro1ftOtohahoma ii visiting relatives at ispkceM o dGta1YtviJ13d turd Aftltlt 1 II 1 u liM i m I41rJ spent Satuida yPibfSidaY at Red Lick i 1sffroYlttir f Ji Ll xr s t ilt rJ rFti- x r rffcl r It l 8U 0 1 r E JnjXtfo11 Ino d f 5J f tJv L 1iMrs Hyla Preston visitaHltrela a tives near giRlaY Sunday i- fSovralrfromthis lace atte- d e mngift atK+th ChaPe- Fsu rcatrY J3 Iev wn1Ji n ivYJJi t 1tcslt1zi ltU Cessna y y r Zed ancLJILaPmt n S nt Frlda y tflf M Wik ill hIueiiC UraU e Q i lJI11J tJ t Jf1n J 1 t filibte Wlfeelei aadfwi were lam gaestoof ifiJ rI kand M 1 3 al l1 r jrfM r1j ofAj BotJtWftbt nffwtLi aCI Iberry on the 22dja girl if 5pE Ywu i iitli 1 JtfiJ EI eh tr rtI JJ 1JrG rDf rrHIOt3 llfj tH t j rdet G IR f J T werh Colamti WedJtesdal arct i- fiYraces J this 1 XseRuahv u1 of mP1ess- a z Citj t7t lft- i lftino there the1stSaturdA htln April 11 J of Ohe Breeding 1 wife ited t J d3ree WJJ ijpray arid Sunday ySl f TAli f I f f tii t i a i itTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY MARCH 28 1906 I 4JackofallTrades HEPumps Water Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed CEtirns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Press For This Paper- It costs nothing to keep when not Working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars caH on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE ENTUCKY W F JEFFRIES SON Agti Needles Parts and Supplies for both- Wheeler Wilson and Singer Machine SOLD ONLY BY SINGERSEWING MACHINE CO TINCORPORATED A D 0Y Representative KYt = HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER 1 Weekly CourierJournal AND THE Adair Couuty News BOTH s ONE YEAR x FOR ONLY 150 Few people in theUnited States have not heard of the Courier Journal Democratic all things fair in all things clean in all thugs it is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNM oneyear and this paper for the ab a named price Send your subscription for the combination to U8not the CourierJournal The Newst Columbia I t fr i trr rl r t ejl1 ii 4 iij BRAIN LEAKS Self respect begets selfconfi dence Salvation is free but it costs money to keep it Wretchedness is very often caused by having all you want i We rather pity the man who never builds an occasional castle in Spain Every dog has his day but we hope the yellow dog in politics has had his There is nothing quite so su perfluous as the father of the bride on the wedding day The man who boasts of being the boss of his family is usually a physical bully and a moral cowardThe J most valuable lesson in life is hard to designate but learning to do without is entitled to considerationA dull your wits is to hunt up people who will always agree with you and associ ate only with them Some of the greatest sorrows in life have been the result of getting just what we sought af ter so diligently One of the greatest pleasures you can give a convalescent is to sit and sympathize with him while he tells you how sick he wasThe worst bore in the world the man who interrupts your story about the bright sayings of your children to tell you of the bright sayings of his children The hardest task a country woman has after moving to the city is to overcome the feeling of lonesomeness that comes when sho finds she can not talk over the back fence with her near neighbors Commoner Build The Sanatorium The Governors signature of the bill empowering the Fiscal Court of Jefferson county to levy a tax of from onehalf to two and a half cents for the maintenance of a sanatorium for consumptives should mean the be ginning of work on the building within the next three months Kentucky Tuberculosis As through whose instrumentality the bill was passed has collected 6000 of the 25 000 needed to erect athe building and purchase the necessary grounds All that is required to give the county a sanitorium that humanStection against a grave and steadily increasing danger is the sun of 16000 There are men in Louisville who can easily give the whole of that amount or at least a large part of it It probable that some of them will make individual contributions that will decrease considerably- the financial difficulties in the way of the association But an open question if it would be well for the association to put the matter before the rich and poor of Louisville alike so that all may have the privilege of giv ing what they can to aid in a movement which every citizen of Louisville whether he appreciates it or not has direct personal concern Louisville Times Orders Disobeyed The orders of general health have been disobeyed when you feel under the weather weak tired irritable and suffer from headache constipation biliousness etc The only sure cure safe and permanent cure for this condition PepliDsuperior to that of pills powders and byDrJNPace andVf q iL tjc t 1r P itf COMMON SENSE It is asserted by manyjpoliti cians that thee prosperitySof our country is the legitimateresult- of the protective tariff ToAIar- gue that a tax or a tariff lonllar ticles of consumption can benefit the consumer and produce pros perity is something that a man of common sense can not under stand What then has produced the prosperity of our country its farmers its laborers its con sumers and producers It is admitted that plenty of money increases the price of all articles of agriculture and mamu facture as well as the price of of labor This we have got in spite of the demonetization of silver and the adoption of the gold standard Hence we have prosperity as the result which always follows an increase of the circulating medium When the gold standard was abopted by Congress the miners with a view of making money com menced digging gold ore allover the world which our Government coins for them into money without charge and as a conse quence nine hundred million dol lars has been added to the money circulation in gold in the last six years Of this amount at least onethird300000qOO has gone into the circulation of the United States Again the bondholders thinking that the demonetization moneyistheir bonds with the Secretary of the Treasury and had hundreds of national banks establish ed and their issue was made money by the stamp of the Gov ernment and put into circulation thus adding to the money of the United States at least two hun dred million dollars which added to the gold make an increase of our circulating medium of at least five hundred million dollars in the last six years raising the per capita circulation about one third which has produced our present prosperity in spite of the gold standard and in spite of the tariff And now the money power will have to seek other legislation for relief Already they are seeking to cancel and destroy Jby Con gressional legislation our green back money yet remaining in circulation about 350000000 and we may expect it will not be long until they will seek to limit the coinage of gold COMING SPRING FASHIONS That narrow pointed shoes will be worn this spring That the short pony coat is likely to be overdone That a green hat will be the wisThat a touch of black Ivelvet will adorn many spring frocks That the flirtatiour bolero has a new and apparently everlast JlotThat not to own at least one embroidered line frock is JtoSbe shamefully u1provided for J That even more white is tobe worn than last year H That the proper finish for a tailored shirt waist ofathose stiff embroidered linen collars That theres no use living if the Princess style does not be come you That you want tog fIigbt cloth spats to match our spring frock That the quaint mushroom is ones of the prettiest hats that will crown the head of thellgQ6 sumtacr maiden Philadelphia Bulletin t t J rj i ct A COLD BOTTLE OFDELICIOUS REFRESHING swelteringdayparts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c FEELING LIVERISH This MorningTAKE Stojjslndigestion Constipalion ATAll A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer J Coffins AND Caskets If I keep ready for use all kinds oftCoffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it patronize J L Snow Russell Sqrings WILMORE HOTEL Firstslass Table Good Sample Rooms Feed Stable Reasonable Rates W KWILMOKe FRO QradyviUe Kentucky GIVEN FREE JustissusedWall Chart of three Sheets six pages each 28 inches wide 36 inches long entirelyNewand exact ever printed In bringing this Map up to date all new towns are located all Electric and Traction Railroads are shown all Rural Mail Routes and portraits of all the Governors MagnificentChart portraits of all the Presidents Map of Panama showing Canal greatShipUnited States one of the greatest enterprises ever attempted A topographical Map of the Russia War district with data and of the two great Armies and Navies battle fields etc including the last Naval battle in the straits of KoreaA of the World with Names of Rulers Coats of Arms Flags o all Nations Steamship Routes with data and Statistics of great worth Other maps are the Philippine Islands Hawaii Alaska and Porto Rico in all nine distinct maps An index will locate any point desired and isso simple a child can understand it The Chartis new correct and up to date making it an invaluable educator indespensable for the Home School Library or CollegeThe selling price 52soyet its worth is times greater The Enquirer Company this chart Free to subscribers of the weekly Enquirer who remit one dollar for a years subscription or for at re newal ofold subscription Agents can reap a rich harvest soliciting orders for rAddressENQUIRSRC CladallatlOIIIe i ftlk 7t i ix J J t f J fi fJflrf f f t6l Blind HeadacheIIAbout a year ago JJ writes Mrs Mattie Allen of 1123 Broadway Augusta Ga I suffered with bind sick headaches and backaches and could get no relief until I tried WINECARDUI A NonIntoxicating Female Tonic I Immediately commenced to improve and now I feel like ft new woman and wish to recommend it o all side women for I know that it will cure them is it did me dumedicinal extract of WIITE usvegetablevns female wtones wasl l Ieuad iraaiyw b Naproperit for your ta uble asettl rirtyoa uer tsrcv atTICIo iwa tilt write istods giv ertcas N jEvery If freltbles tQd xti w ettl yM Jala1UCrlctJ wbto de fe Est IL All IIt in SafJ11E OIAIXNOOOAJ1EDICINE CO Chat MMfl TaM THE BUSY MANS LINE BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis a- Southwestf IS VIA Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway HENDERSON ROUTE ff PULLMAN SLEEEPR fREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Special Roundtrip Homeseekers Rates to Southwest and West first and third Tuesdays February and March 1906 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mex ico on sale daily until April 30 Limit to return May 31 1906 TiSecondclass Colonist Rates to Southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays Feburary and March 1906 Secondclass Colonist Rates to California and Northwest Tickets onsale February 15 to Apil 7 1906 ASK US FOR RATES JH Colleger L J Irvin Traveling Passenger Agent General Pass Agent LOUISVILLE7KENTUCKY 4fe fc = P NX Fifth Avenue Hotel IT 3EEf bA3 FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS f LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 3EtI5 Refurnished Redecorated Mid Remodeled AFirstclass t Hotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale 4 anl Retail Districts Churches and Theatres M KE CAMPBELL Manager OFFICEDRJAM PHONE 36 Columbia Ky OTEOPfTtlY S i don uitation and tiQri 5Free at OfXloe 1 b fj y Iw qJt J i r Jlif tY 4r t t i q i tiJ14t r jt Ez fi Je b t j f I I f I 1 JI 11 v1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBLKY MARCH 28 1906 1 Lebanon Steam Laundry I REED MILLER COLUMBIA AGENTS FOR THIS SECTION This one of the Best an most Reliable Landries in the State Send them your linen and the work will be promptly and neatly executed g r- a sic W R Johnson Prop f LEBANON KENTUCKY f I handle Firstclass Buggies Suiries and Wagons at my place of business I also handle all kinds of Farm Implements such as Cultivators Empire Corn Drills Deering Mowers and Binders c PHELPSJ H EVERYTHING FOR THE FARMER JAMESTOWN KENTUCKY t 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 e = 1U fz kt Frank CorcoranI jHIGHGRADE MAR i I cBLE AND GRANATE r ffttWIUIii Cemetery work of allkind ktt Trade from Adair and ad joining counties respect fully solicited See us before you buy Main Street ebanon Kentucky I John A Hobson FURNITURE WALL PAPER COOK STOVES CEMENT LIME DOORS AND WINDOWS GREENSBURG KENTUCKY I THE PATTERSO11 fiOTEU d INo 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 inJ connection tI g PATTE SOn pro JAmeSTOWN DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FURNITURE CHAIRS i AND MATTRESSESk c lleKyBTELEPHONE 1872 J ji JettnigHtoh qQi fiz FURNITURE CARPETSj t RUGS AND DRAPERIES v J fiiJ IWALNUT ST LOUISVILLE KY- s i i j riafjtJr li J iy rlt r fJ r Wr tr Lt r GENERAL NEWS Herr Johann Most the anar chist is dead in Cincinnati Two tollhouses near New Al bany Ind were wrecked by dynamite W P Mitchell a prominent and wealthy citizen of Knoxville was found dead in his bed Three firemen were killed and nine others seriously injured while fighting fire at Camden N J Eleven railroads entering Mem phis have decided to incorporate for the building of a union station Speaker x Cannon gave a dinner to the Gridiron Club composed of newspaper correspondents in WashingtonJames the bestknown horseman in Ohio died from an overdose of chloroform taken to ease pain General orders for the inspection of the Kentucky State Guard have been issued by Adjt Gen Percy Haly K S Inui a Japanese student won the first prize in the annual oratorical contest of the Univer sity of Michigan Louis Nosser a racetract man killed Stella Reynolds an actress and committed suicide at his resi dence in New York The United States Court of Claims passed favorably on a claim for 600 in favor of St Andrews Lodge of Masons of CynthianaMrs Leitzbach an agedresident of Louisvillle slipp ed on a enb tering her home and broke her neckThe Southern Railway Com pany has contracted for 100 loco motives to be delived between now and Octrber I at a cost of 1000000 Mrs T J Tanner a member of Zion City with her little child in her arms threw herselfunder a moving train Both were instantly killed After being out ten minutes the jury in the case of Dr A P Taylor of Lexington charged with embezzlement brought in a verdict of acquittal Ten persons including Louis ville man were injured in a wreck at horseshoe Bend Ind No one was killed although the train went over a 25foot em bankment The health of Lyman J Gage former Secretary of the United States Treasury is failing and he is about to resign the presi dency of the United States Trust Company in New York Thirty convicts confined in camp near Waynesboro Ga who revolted on account of alleged bad treatment were dragged while chained together by four mules until they submitted Between 20 and 35 persons were killed many being roasted alive in a reck on the Denver Colorado to deliver an order The cabin in which Abraham Lincoln was born may be brought to Louisville during Homecoming week A committee has theIa periodDr Herman Feist a prominent practitioner in Nashville was ar rested charged with the murder and robbery of Mrs Rosa Man grum whose body was found in the Ohio at Cairo Illsix weeks agoGarth Tompkins colored was hanged in the jail yard in Madi sonville for the murder of James J3jrame Witha coolness amount TomkinsKYCrq tsFtJt I VV WvTf i Jrvv7 ty rttr 3yl MS ii W HPs qa r t stepped on the trap and with a smile faced his death It develops that the qfficialsof- the Rio Grand knew 15 minutes beforehand that Friday frightful wreck was bound t6 occur the sleepy operator having awak ed just too late for human agen cies to prevent the catastrophe Trustees of the New York Life Insurace Company who were cog nizant of the contributions to the presidential campaign funds in 1896 1900 and 1904 will pay the amount 148000 thus preventing suit against the estate of JohnAMcCaIL The Mayors of 50 large cities counbtyhavevelt inviting him to deliver an address during the 10th annua convention of the League of American Municipalities which will meet in Chicago September 26 27 and 28- BREATH SMELT NATURAL Curious experiences were told at the Spiritualists convention in Chicago last week Supreme president Harrison D Barrett told this one rA fraud medium who I knew in Minneapolis years ago told a story on himself n he said yes terday He was to give a seance under a strict test condi tions at a certain place and had no opportunity to take his tog gery into the cabinet with him or to hire anyone to bring it He decided to have no manifes and claimed that an tationsIi ure was halfproof of his rHe went into the cabinet and reImovedA pillow had been placed on the chair on which he was to sit and in moving it the pillowslip came off His feet chanced to move tin1elThe tions There there they ex claimed The spirits are coming The curtains are moving These words gave the medium an idea Siezing the he drew it on one pillowslipI thrust it through The lights of course had been lowered so that the room was very dim Theres a spirit See Its all in white exclaimed the sitters He moved his foot as if inbturn and then held it steady- is it for me For me the question ran all around the room Finally one timid little widow asked is it for me The pretender nodded his foot three times May I come to the cabinet she asked Yes nodded the foot She approached awestruck and asked in trembling tones Char lie is it youuu Yes seemed to say the foot Question after question answered always by yes or no followed and the weeping woman was ready to take her seat May I kiss you dear before I go back she ask edin a choking voice Yes nodded the foot The widow stooped over kissed the pillow cased foot and retiredsobbing as if her heart would break to seatDid recognize it as Charlie asked a sympathetic neigh bor Ohyes indeed she replied between sobs His breath smelled just as it always did when I kissed him in life Gallops for Aid When your stomach is all upset your liver in bad shape your bowels out of whack your head like tosplitandev ery nerve in your body on edge Dr CalclwelTs Syrup Pepsin gallops for aid and you get it It cleans out your poisoned system brings fresh clean blood supply to all your digestive organs and restores to you that comfort byDrJMoore of Cane Valley at 5te and 1 Money back if it fails r r J tayY r 4ru5wfsf a o EEEEEarrEE eaf eEE LlrrW1Ettttcwcc1EC EEfIF rr4 rfrrr it = I WOODSON LEWISGr- eensburg J Kentucky eT iIIT Smoothing Marrows T I Cultivators IPlows T Buggies Surreys m m I Uneedarm RANGES T PleasureTt m m T FETTILIZER m AM Formulars and Fence 11 and i i If you cant come write and iv your needs m Ie = 6 g WHEN GET IN LOUIS IT I THE r 3 HUUQH 1 Centrally ii tiWestWALL PAPER A A i4I CARPETS Immense J RUGS Incomparably Fi 4 v You Are r Welcome at All 1Times to Inspect Our To ays Various Lines of Goods Call or not g Do You Want 7V5 IThey are Our t K o R E L o i tt VENEERED tWeHandle the Other Send Us a Trial E L ==217 ==219 East M Louisville SASH and DOOR tb Iam prepared to fix PumpsII Tinwork Woodwork kinds of repairing a specialty Horseshoeing and Blacksmithing I am prepared to do your buggy repairing on short notice LOCATION WATER STREETI WADE Ha EUBANKS NOTICE mEARE NOW READY TO DO ANY RIND woccJIf Repairing Weare also prepared to apply all kinds of new RUBBER TIREIWe keep a stock of the lIIIIworJaCLARK k PARSON CaTObeMBrfne Xs MarM 1 THE NEWS Siic tae TJ51c Three M 2- ky4 l r f 9h t 4 47 y J tS v If 3t f 1I 1 iWire Wire T iburnWAGONS i1 Deering Milwaukee Champion 1- Mowers and Binders GASOLINE ENGINES DISC 1 by 1 t215 rr1 PROGRESSIVE th- eBEST ACQUAINTED DOORS Headquarters New HARROWSWeekly Courier Journal 150 And The News weE Liesteiv rDE1TIST if t f Jamestown Kea- f U a 4 t r r4 4r r H 4J1ra to v r iT 1f1r I rtii j tJc j 1 t tJIP liIf iIJii r ri If f 1 j 8d THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY MARCH 28 1906 v f to ft f t 6RAIYVlLtf7 i ji 1 1 We areliaving some rain Plenty of snow l stX EridayI Some people say tobacco plantsV trijf are lcilledT j s J = L C Hirateianihas iStuoui a peach orchard rW J Mr Jesset BreedingfwasIiiptu town last raayr C S Bell is paying 5c perlb for stock hogs 7 t I f CI w Clay Wolfoid of Columbia was here last iafter the sheriffs business W LGrady is sowing a larg amount of grass seed this spring yy L Shamsoldhis crop of tobacco last week to C 0 Moss for a fancy price ssjl Geo H Nell was at Greens briirg last week s r iii Geo Flowersof Columbia spent a few days the first of the week with his sister Mrs C 0 Moss MrHi A Moss of Greensburg passed through here Friday on Ms return from urkesville Mr James Gilpin of Sparks ville was here one day last week looking after a good horse o two Mr J D Walker of Columbia spent a day or so on his farm near this place last week looking after some farm workJ Uncle Charlie Yates has one of the finest Peacock colts that ever come down the pike Mr CO Moss was transact itmunityRev G Y Wilson filled his ap leasntlarge audience John Lowe Will JByon and wJ Strong O1n7three Nell known commercial men were shaking hands with our merchants last weekRev James P Scruggs of Co lumbia filled his regular appoint ments here last Saturday and Sunday with very interesting discourses Mr Lee Akin who left here several years ago for Oklahoma is visiting relatives and friends in this niLee is wonderfully pleased with Oklahoma an says he would not live here a i for the best farm on the ridge ExJudge T A Murrell of Columbia spent last Friday in our city taking evidence in the pen sion claim of the children ofi the late CW SDarlsVofreed Jude says nks proff about completed and the clai will be allowed in the neaPfur ture Gradyville will certainly be well represented in New Mexico G T Flowers Geo E Nell Jno Den y and aurshelShirrell started for that place last Monday with a view of locating and i vesting in that section We trust they will all he pleased and their trip will be a financial tiles ing to them Squire Leon Shuffit held his first court last Tuesday and some very important cases came upI We dont know of a farmer taking his age into consideration is doing more work thanwuncle Geo Flowers of our town Notwithstanding the ripe old age of 74years he steps aro J like some sixteen year old bo and we see him from early mor until late in the afternoon wit gash and tools Born to the wife of D A Grady on the 19th a 14 pound 4bw Mother and child doing li James Goff ofBurkesville rywas in our midst a few days ago 1t l 1 3cilJ f fa 1 j r ttfj ft p i r i I whrkin insurance We redic- ha t i 1ii1rGQf willl make a success hinjjlr and Mrs CS Bell o f ucity in their usual ma entertained quite a number of their friends last Thursday The day was very pleasantly spent and will long be remembered by every one present and especial ly the good dinner that was pre pared for the occasion Mr and Mrs H C Walker are ptheirwho had the misfortune of loss ing one of his limbs stating that he was improving fast and it was dayes would on the stage of action again His parents are gratified to know that the attention that was given him during his affliction could not have been better anywhere The President of the Company that Robert w working for assured him that during the hours of his suffering and affliction that his time was going on with a nice salary at tachedthe same he was getting when he was on diity Also sta eto him there was a ricee handsrmesalaryawaiting no question but that Robert stood hre was employed Surf we are glad to have such news from our Adair coanty boys for we know they are all raised whentherget old they Will not depart CANE VALLEY I1I r clov J R Hindman of Co businesrlast Wednesday Trove Miller left last Monday for Oberlin Kansas Prospect gooad boy and we hate to give him up Mrs Jo Eubank who has bee seriously ill is slowly improving Miss Emma Thomas of Mill town was visiting here last weekpP V Cundiff of Camp Knox was here on business last Wed nesdaYbMrs Nancy Duvall was quit sick last week but is now im provingJohn D Lowe and son of Co lumbia called on our merchants last week LucnY got into a fracus here last Wednes day night and the latter got considerbly thrashing Jo h ston is the gentleman that was shQt here during the last campaign Dudgeonnan e nd Mrs J Wi Sublett aid fe C Page were in Louisville on business last week Miss Susie Kate Page who is attending school in Qohunbia was at home last Saturday hnas been quite sick for the the past two months is able to be out J W S T and Robert Jud returned to St Catherine ne dar Sprinfield where theyare build ing a large college 1 RB Wilson has sold his Coca cola works at Bowlin Green for a handsome profit hoping to see Mr and Mrsi x son at Cane Valley in the near future I Pyre drayhIs good little farms and tbere mainder have occupations which they are earning the selves a nice living and can have something for a rainy day For kindness this bunch of ladies can not be beat in America the I 0 r 7ivi rrr t t f1 oif 1 h lJ tif q fr Jhelave one thing to regret that is not exchange our old fbachelors for widow women f BLISS J D Lowea popular travling salesman of Columbia waS here WednesdayS a wellknown veterinary surgeon was at this lace Thursday J A Miller has been on the sick list for several days Willie Conover has been confined to his bed for the last two weeks threatening with fever but is now improving H C Bottoms of Columbia was here looking after stock Tphursday youngasmen of Burkesville is now clerk ing for C M Herrifprd Bruce Taylor a wellknown citizen of East Fork and two sons were here Tuesday on his homeward return from Glens fork Mud holes and miserable roads are much in evidence these wet days rMrsbeen confined to her room for three months is now able to be ofYmany people of this community T H Price is at present in full touch of the outside world he having of late had a telephone put in his residence spellsin general to fall behind with their worK in the way of sowing oats and turning corn ground When the favorable change should come on sooner or later they will most jnbeavers Whit Coomer had fora few days of last week been limping around his shop suffering with some of Jobs legacy Some M Ds declared that boils were 500 each So grin and ear it Whit te i OZARK Mrs Lettie Bryant is no bet ter at this writing Miss Bessie Cabell of Dun ville is visiting relatives here Mr Millard Young and Miss atnMr J jC Montgomery ours merchant is having and fine trade r There will be singing at Shiloh the first Sunday in April con ducted by R 0 Cabell and Otis Stapp everybody invited to come and bring Windows of Heaven No k l Mr J N Burrell and E A McKinley w built a telephpne line from Craaft to Columbia in a few weeQ1 Mr Murrell bought the wire and and batter ies while in Louisville last week Johnie Blair is on the sick list this weekIW his brother Fv P Bryant last SundayrCol Moppin will rnoveihis keitnt iiiacounty visited relativevhere last week t Mrs Nathan Bryant of Camp FmStappgrinYd Laura rConorer last Sunday H 7 Sf t le tr y 1J i t ll c- J Oli tt r7cj 91 J f Y i i t r G L fri r qtm i i t i1J j 3t io iiJl p1rftMIIICL IftN ERq Jlft LE fValuab Timber ndFrm Lands in Adair and Rus sell Counties Kentucky Adair Circuit Court r JofKentucky 1 11 N B MILLER Executor of J P Miller Etc Plaintiffs t vs SARAn A MILLER Etc Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Cir cuit Court rendered at the September term 1905 in the above undersignedMaster Commissioner of said Court will proceed to offer for sale to the highest and best bidder at Public Auction at the Court House door in Columbia Adair County Kentucky on MONDAY MAY 21st 1906 about the hour of 1 PM being the first day of Circuit Court on a Credit of Six and Nine months equal installments the Eight Tracts of land mentioned and described in said Judg ment and owned by the late J P Miller at his death and described as follows lying Ky on the waters of Crocus Creek and where RC Hadley now resides About 115 acres of ich land in a high state of culti and 15 acres of fine pop lar and oak timber and the best ridge land in Russell County SECOND TRACT 83 acres adjoining the first tract on the north About 70 acres in the finest quality of poplar and oak timber and 13 acres in cultiva tion No buildings The timber on this tract has been counted and estimated and there are about 450 trees averaging 31 inches in diameter and about 500 oak trees averaging 26 inches and much other valuable timber These two tracts are known as the Todd land and will be sold separately and then together and the highest bid accepted THIRD TRACT 108acres ad- oining the second tract mostly all cleared and in cultivation and known as to Kelsey or Ram beau place A good home FOURTH TRACT 42 acres in Adair County on the waters of Crocus Creek and 1 mile west of Millers Store and known as the John Grant place FIFTH TRACT 37J acres in Adair County on the waters of Crocus Creek and known as the 0 G Walkup place and in culti vation SIHTH TRACT 19i acres in Russell County in the Jackman these the arid either tf MV i Bottom on Cumberland River CampbellSEVENTH TRACT 170 acres less 5 acres sold to Bunch in Adair and Russell Counties on the waters of Sand Lick and known as the Nathaniel Morgan land and just below the famous Sul phur Spring There is val hickorytimber poplartreeOne hundredand sixtyfive acres will be sold- EIGHTH TRACT 71 acres in Russell County on the waters of Crocus Creek adjoining the 3rd tract and the same formerly owned by Abraham Aaron and where Mrs M A Sullivan now resides and will be sold subject the Homestead right of said M A Sullivan and her children Reference is to the Judg ment and Order of Sale for a more particular description of these lands Rents for 1906 will be reserved The purchasers will be required to give bonds with good surety bearing six per cent interest from date until paid to N B Miller Special Commissioner for such uses as the court may hereafter direct and having the and effect of a Judgment if not at maturity A lien will be re tained on the land additional security Taxes for 1906 will be by the Estate and the pur taxesforprepared to comply with terms H TimmediatelyI N B MILLER Special Com For further information MontgomeryAttorneys I will also offer for sale at the same time and place and on the same the VALUABLE TIMBER FARM LANDS lIilIlerdecended to her from the McClure and lying and being in Russell county Ky on the wa ters of Greasy and Clifty creeks of river and about of OName Trees In Whith Oak 1733 20 to 48 White Oak 1494 12 to 19 Black Oak3S2 20 to 45 Black Oak 12 to 19 Poplar 20 to 42 Poplar 345 12 to 9Walnut 24J20 to 30 Walnut 12to19 Hickory 269 20 to 39 19aChestnut 12to 19 t 1 cHme Trees Diamln i White Oak 1579 20 to Oak 637 12 to 191 Black 507 20t0 40 Black Oak 12 to 19 Poplarp 20 to 60 f Poplar 143 to 191 Walnut 12 2F to 24 Walnut 180 12to19 Hickory 364 20 to36 Hickory 717 19 Chestnut 2Q to 71 Chestnut 206121019 i White Oak 399 to h t WhrteOak 277 to 451 Black 20 40 12 to 19 154Poplar to 42 PoplarI to Walnut 20 to 24 Walnut 39 12to Hickory 412000 30 Hicory 130 12 to Cedar Telephone Poles reIqueStedcount thetimberforthemselves- and verify estimates A KyaJldAwitheaSand show lands ndih0 ri I y t it lttai r f s x J much to made force paid paid these write terms AND estate Cumberland Diam 1200 Telegraph Telegraph Telegraph them reached phone undoubtedly the largest tedtheattentic lumbermen ryem pay any YNY iti 4ryt1h1H ofGreasy Nashvillesmall cost as labor is cheap in daygetsgood mill and factory sites on the lands These lands have been herkinsmenhave been carefully guarded and Thisisageandtimber 1906willpaytaxes and then together and the acceptedFIRST acres more or less on waters of in timber of the finest quality farminglandfor half the grain Thousands of soldfromof Russell County SECOND TRACT 384 acres on waters of Clifty Creek and known as the Kean tract thebestGiantOaksof way graveyardreserved THIRD TRACT acres on andknown allkindsThese lands have been surveyed recently and timber on each carefulbusinessthe count is below The name of the timber number of trees and diameter in inches from 20 and up and from 12 to detail seen by calling on AH Ballard Columbia Ky Timber on First Tract 490 Acres 872 288 284 223 White Oak 480 and Name Trees Diam In Ash 63 20 to 44 Ash 12 19 Sugar 98 20 to 28 Sugar 11455 12 to 19 Beech 654 20 to 36 Beech 1530 12 to 19 Gum 204 12 to 24 Lynn 244 12 to = r Elm 12to 40JBuckeye 108 12 to 36 Cedar Telephone Poles Cedar Poles 219 j Timber on Seconi Tract of 384 Acres 374 136 112 146 the 152 175 131 312 Name Trees Dram In 45Ash f Sugar 70 20 to 26 Sugar 482 12 to 19 Beech 392 20 30 d Beech 660 12 to 16412 to 28 27Elm i Buckeye 83 12 to 40 J Cedar Telephone Poles 149 Cedar Poles 75 ct i rtkf L timber on Third Trot of 152 Acres J r l- V 20 12 Oak to 20 2812 19 60 19 19 Act e mw go i li i r1 M ya ac as all to can be to 37 tor 19 Gum f i Ash 12 12 to 30 Ash 50 12 to 19 Sugar 10 20 to 25 Sugar 178 12 to 19 Beech 140 20 to 28 Beech 445 12 to 19 Gum 21 12 to 20 Lynn 31 12 to 26 Elm 22 12 to 28 J Buckeye S1 12 to 28 Cedar Poles 104 of can be by tele and daily maiL This is and finest foundinIt haaat of and will tf izd wr j t1fErlj t iv 1rh r beIthe theMulberry tract given inches givenSurveys thebitook place in Adair and Russell yearleihestbMderq f f- ii tk1 N tt 1i iJ