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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iivrt til h l cif 8 i L c iriJW 5iTT= 2 1 J r i H 4r MVL I i r r k Jy Sr3 I yI I piW ui i ir 4 UJ U r I VOLUME 9COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1906 NUMBER 27 Directory0 I POST OFFICE J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hour week days 780 L m to 830 p mi COURT CIRCUIT COOKT Three aesalonB yewrThlrd Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit JudgeB C Baker Commonwealth Attorney A A Huddlestc ShedfrW B Patteson Circuit Clerk JF Net t CoUNTY CoUET Fiwt Monday In each month Judge Junius Hancock County Attorney G P Smythe CterkTRSt lta Jailer A W Tarter AMeMorG W Pike 4urveyorW M McCubbin School Supt Mrs G R Shelton Coroner C W Rowe CiTe CoUa- TMayorCapt W W Bradshaw Judge Attorney Gordon 3oatgoeeV- MarshaS C Strange CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN BOBXBSVILUI STKMT Rer W C Clemens J r pastor Services second and fourth Sundays srcirmanth SundaySchool 9 L m every Sab bath Prayermeettar every Wednesday nkhta METHODIST Buwasvnjui STRBBT Rev A R Kasey pastor Services 1st god and 3rd Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 L m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GKBKNSBDRG STREET pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 am Prayermeeting Wednesday night CHRISTIANC- A11PBEUSVILLH Pnut Etd ZT Williams pastor Services second and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 am Prayermeeting Wednesdky night LODGE MASONIC COLUMBIA LoOOIl No 96 F and A MRegnlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon In each month GordonKontZomery WII E G Atkins Secretary COLUMBIA CHAPTER ReA JINo 7 meets Friday night after full moon SAM LEWIS H P Horace Jeffries Secretary COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month E G ATKINS TLM T RSTULTS RECORDER As the Season is Open for Wool I will inform the people of Adair t and adjoining counties that I am PAYING THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES for Wool The prices ranges from 25c to 27c for Wool in the Grease from 35e to 37c for Picked Wool Burry and Black Wool lOc to 20 cts SAM LEWIS Columbia Kentucky CITIZENS LIFE INSURANCE CO LOUISVILLE KY r I am representing the above named company n Adair and adjoining counties It is one of the best companies doing business and has written ti an immense lot of insurance since its organiza tion It is a home comPanY and home people should place their business with it Fnr fur ther information see J H QOFF Agent HotelAND Restaurant W N Brlnttn Son f i Proprietors-r UlChat HQHRDajor Nip l COMFORTABLE ROOMS The tradeof Adair and mdjoiLJiur couutie solicited 4 I LEBANON KENTUCKY t liit 4I Miss Cary Hughes and others will beat the Presbyterian church this Wed nesday evening Mr Jo Edd Flowers has commenced the erection of a residence on Greens burg street adjoining the home of his father Two light frosts last week but no damage to fruit Prospects for peaches apples plums and cherries the finest for years Road Overseers are requested to call on me and get the tools fir their section at once ItTs time for road work ing Jo N Conover Road Com Catalogues for the LindsayWilson Training School are being printed at this office They will be ready for dis tribution in about one week Mr G T Flowers has removed his barbershop to the front room of the News office He has carpeted the floor making the room inviting Send notice and address of exAdair county citizens to the invitation com mittee or G P Smythe Secy and he will mail them an invitation to Adair County Home Coming Insure in The Farmers Home Insurance 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 Visitors to the Sand Lick Springs last Sunday were Dr J T Jones and wife GA Bradshaw and wife and Curtis Leach all of Montpelier Cull Grider of Creelsboro and T R Stults and Wm F Jeffries of Columbia I amat my old stand back of the Marcum Hotel I handle salt lime cement etc and make the buying of poultry and eggs a specialty Give me a call satisfaction guaranteed- J P Hutchinson The Home Coming Committees are now doing good work Invitations are being sent to many and if you know of some one with whom you would like to shake hands on the playgrounds of childhood send their names and ad dresses to Paul Smythe Columbia Mr Earl Russell Epperson will deliver an oration at the Presbyterian church next Wednesday evening his subject being an Ever Present Problem He is a son of the late W P Epperson who was a natiye of this county and is very talented Go and hear him Mr J T Goodman has removed his family from Rowena Russell county to Columbia They are occupying the residence recently erected by Mr John Walker near the home of Mr Brack Massie Mr Goodman and fam ily were gladly welcomed by the people of Columbia The solo rendered by Miss Martha Hancock at the Presbyterian church last Sunday morning was given so beautifully that hundreds of compli ments have been passed upon the sing er A voice of melody perfect articu lation and an easy posture has been the talk of the town Mr Ohlenmacher announces his An nual Commencement Concert byhis pupils for the evening of Thursday of this week General admission will be 25 cents and as it is for the benefit of his studio and all the other entertainments have been free he feels that this small charge will be accepted Perhaps the most important Commonwealth case to be tried at the coming term of Circuit Court is that against Jodie Burbridge for killing Bill McClure Burbridge is in jail and Will be indicted soon after the convening of the grand jury His trial will prob ably not come up until the eoldweek of coUrt An the Witnesses live in town and in the suburbs of town jtti i t i fF f rfr AT LINDSAYWILSON Misses Nina Marcum and Nary Before a Large IWilliamsAudience IThe Recital given by Misses Nina Marcum and Mary Williams in the LindsayWilson chapel Saturday evening had been anticipated with much pleasure for some time A large and representative audience greeted these young ladies showing appreciation of their first attempt in an individual Re cital The way they held atten tion throughout the program speaks for itself as to their ability and worth of their selections Miss Marcum is exceedingly versa tile and better than all else in what ever she does whether pathos humor dialect t or classical literature she is thoroughly artistic Her naturalness throughout her program was notable All of her numbers were handled skillfully but especially do we note Absolution one of the very best renditions of deep thought and pathos we have seen The Night Watch was especially good showing skilled handling of heavy dramatic reading Sometime a sweet and beautiful poem was given with so much feeling and the soft piano accompaniment played by Miss Williams added to its charm The unaffected and captivating manner in which she gave the hu morous monologue liThe Debutantee pleased the entire audience We predict for Miss Marcum a very bright futurein Elocutionary circles Miss Williams rendered her numbers hi a very pleasing manner eliciting much applause Her interpretation of Beethovens Adieu to the Piano was especially fine Miss Williams al ways pleases her audience and is a fa vorite 4A Call to Service the subject of Rev A R Kaseys discourse at the Presbyterian Church Sunday morning was particularly suited to the occa sion upon which it was delivered being the closing sermon of the school year Many pructical and helpful thoughts were brought out in a most forcibl- manner which should appeal to th minds of all the students who were so fortunate as to hear him upo this subject Its a fact that a man cannot fix his ideals too high as was stated during the discourse Some people might say Well your ideal is too beautiful to be true but such is not the case It is beautiful because its true Young men and women in school should cultivate an inspiration within themselves during their schoo days so that when their education is completed they will be prepared to gout o after higher and nobler things in the world and that their aim in life will be one worthy of credit and praise The sermon was one certainly to be appreciated by the young people Wednesday evening at 8 oclock will occur Paianoforte Rdcital of Miss Ca rey Hughes This being Miss Hughes second Recital as a pupil of Mr Oh lenmaker it will be anticipated with much pleasure by her numerous friends Miss Hughes is a brilliant performer and her technique is something remark able considering the short time having been spent on an entirely new method The program is difficult to say the least and includes compositions by the most famous composers Miss Hughes will be assisted by Miss Margaret Taylor expression Teachers of Adair county shouldre member that before entering an examination they will be required to take an oath that they have not had access to the questions IflnyteacherlIbould j violate the oath he of she will be sub ject to indictment and on conviction lIerpenitentiaryR lhe rascality must be toPPed p hiW lJt tr JUDGE A P SIMPSON Prominent Citizen of Jamestown tMeets Death + intelligence of the death of this excellent gentlemen reached here last Sunday morning at 630 the end having cpme hjrty minutes previous y The deceased was born and reared on Crocus Adair county becoming a citizen of Jamestown when quite a young man and soon thereafter entered the mercantile business and was a success ful merchant for many years Judge Simpsons noble traits of character surrounded him with friends andr he was frequently called to fill honor able stations in life He served the county of Russell as Circuit and County Court Clerk County Judge Represent ative serving in the Lower branch of the Kentucky Legislature and had been Master Commissioner In all these stations he filled them with credit to himself and to the perfect satisfaction to the public Years ago he confessed his faith in the Savior of mankind united with the Christian Church and was consistent Until God called him hence Early in life he was united in mar riage with Miss Lou Jones who with sis children survive him He was a Royal Arch mason and was buried by the Fraternity Monday forenoon Peace to his memory Died Recently near Glenville Mrs Caroline Murray aged 73 The deceased was married about 50 years ago to Thomas Murray an influential citizen of the community arid who preceded her to the grave about 25 years Her maiden name was Cabbell and was born and rearedin Adair county She attached herself many years ago to the Baptist Church but later become a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church of which she lived a con sisent member until death She expressed herself willing to die and ready to meet her God The deceased had resided many years withher soninlaw Mr T 0 Letcher of the community grandemourneher loss The funeral services were GnR Abrel after which the remains were interred in the family burying ground We have been requested by the bet ter element of the colored people of this community to remind the grand jury of the lawless conduct of many of the race who live in the immediate vi cinity of this place Only a short time ago a colored man was killed in the suburbs of town and fights andother disturbances of other character are frequent occurences Persons who will not from a sense of duty and citizen ship respect the law should be made to do so This unlawful conduct upon the part of some of the young colored men is not only humiliating to the better element of the race but a source of great annoyance These is work for the coming grand jury and colored people who want to see the law enforced should do every thing in their power to get proper witnesses before the body Mr J F Russell of Louisville an experienced watchmaker is now with Mr Frank Jackman He has been employed by leading jewelers of Louisville and he also spent seven years in the Elgin Watch Factory He guaran tees firstclass work at living prices Bring or send your watches clocks and jewelry needing repair to Jackmans store Columbia Ky 262t An infant child of Mr and Mrs John- Stone died Sunday veme t The inter ment was in the city cemetery Mondays Mr and Mrs Stone haw the sympathy of th community f r 1J iW 1 0 tNI FRIDAY EVENINGS ENTERTAINMENT Misses Rowe Walker and Taylor Greeted by a Large Audience The entertainment given at the Pres byterian Church last Friday evenig by Miss Elizabeth Rowe member of the M and F Elocution class assisted by Miss Elizabeth Walker of the music class drew a full house and from the beginning to the close received evidence of the hearty appreciation of all pre sent The selections were fine and the renditions were up to the highest stand ard and clearly show thorough training as well as the adaptation of the young ladies talents to elocution and music In response to a pressing invitation Miss Taylor recited a most appropri ate selection and thoroughly impressed the audience as an elocutionist of marked abilities The power to bring out the true spirit and motive of an author tQ drive home to the souls of the hearers the inspiration of the nar rative or the sublimity of music was clearly and forcefully manifested both by Miss Rowe as an elocutionist and by Miss Walkers skillful touch of piano keysThe entertainment reflects much credit both on the part of the young ladies and their instuctors Mr Ohlen macherin music and Miss Taylor in Elocution A telegram from Memphis Tenn Saturday afternoon to Mr Fred Mc Lean announced that his sister MrsI E L Hamilton of McCrory Ark had been awarded damages against the Louisville Nashville Railroad Compa ny in the sum of 4000 by a Jury in the circuit court in that city for inju ries received in a wreck near Horse Cave Ky the latter part of July 1904 while returning to her home from a visit to relatives in this place from which she has never recovered Mrs Hamilton is a daughter of Mrs Sallie F McLean and a sister of Messrs J LGeorge Fred Herbert and Miss Virginia McLean all of this city Great things are to be desired more that they can be bestowed upon those we love than for the mere pleasure of their possession The plaudit of an admiring public is sweet to the ear when it is deserved by honest endeavor and faithful performance but to be able to share this honor with others and to be able to bestow some of that which has been so well earned brings a reward for ambition that cannot be obtained by jealously guarding it and appropriating everything to ones self The local committee has orranged fora big picnic to be held at the Fair Grounds on June 19 1906 where it is expected all the visitors to Home Coming will meet their old friends The Committee requests every person who have friends or relatives living out of the State to send the name and ad dress to G P Smythe Secy Columbia Ky so that he can mail to them an invitation Mr J Knox Mitchell of Osborne Kansas writes his brother Mr M L Mitchell this place that he is very anxious to be at the reunion the 19th of June and will make an effort to get here He and his wife will leave Kan I sas in a few weeks for Kentucky and while in the state will visit a number of points including the Mammoth Cave Mr O A Barnett of Louisville reached Columbia last Thursday afternoon and Friday morning he entered the laundry of this place as foreman Mr Barnett is an experienced man and comes to Columbia well recommended He is well pleased with the plant here and says firstclass work will be torn dout vl Jit oCJ5 E t i BETTIE AND MARTHA JudgeHancock Greeting The Presbyterian Church was well filled last Monday evening the drawing cards being Misses Bettie and Martha Hancockwho entertamed most ad mirably The musical talents of these young ladies are known throughout the community and upon this occasion they were at their best rendering their selections without defects so skillfully andmelodiously that fresh laurels were added to their meritedreputa tionsAs a pianist Miss Bettie ranks with the scientific performers and as a soloist Miss Martha is universally appreciated by all lovers of sweet sing ing Every selection rendered secured plaudits from the audience and the young ladies were honored with many handsome flowers PROVEDFATAL- Mr and Mrs Horace Massie who live in the Cane Valley country have the sympathy of the people of Columbia in their recent bereavement Their little boy Willie who fell in a tub of hot water reported in the News last week died in a few hours after the accident He was idolized by parents and grand parents and indeed it was hard to give him up But God wx said Suffer little children to come un to me and forbid them not knew best To the sorrowing family we would say weep not for the dear boy who has been taken but be ready to meet him on the other shore He had never committed a sin hence he is with the angel band where there is neither pain nor sickness but where halleluiahs are sung unceasingly MRS EMILY DUDLEY Last Friday night at her late home near Glenville the subject of this notice closed her eyes jn death after a long illness a victim of pulmonary trouble She was 39 years old a con sistent member of the United Brethren Church and a most excellent lady She was a sister of J W Marshall who is known to many people in Adair county Her parents preceeded her to the grave several years ago The funeral discourse was preached Saturday afternoon by Rev G R Abrell many relatives and friends being present The interment was near her old home GREEN RIVER FARM FOR SALE My farm 1 mile south of Little Cake on Green river containing 304 acres 1 mile from church and school Good buildings of all kinds 2 good orchards and is a desirable home Has ample timber for keeping up the farm and 400of merchantable timber standing There are 48 acres of bottom land worth more than I ask for the entire farm 2500 buys the entire farm as I want to go west This is your chance if you want a good home and profitable farm W L RIGNEY Purdy Ky264m THE HOME COMING In a few weeks many people who were born and reared in Adair county will reach Columbia for the purpose of holding communion with friends of thier earlier days The citizens of this county should leave nothing undone but make ample preparations to enter thin visitors whoshomes are in din tant States The Fair Grounds have been selected for the Adair County meeting and the date is June 19 There will be provisions for everybody good music and a fWMMd handshaking throughout the day Jit rYit rC Ii THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KYJ MAY 16 1906 NOVEL GROWTH OF TOBACCO The National Council of Horti culture through its committee says of the scarlet tobacco plant One of the flower novelties of last year which was successfully grown by many experts is a tobacco plant which produces scar let flowers nicotiana Sanderae It is named for its producer an expert of England The plant was originated by crossing two South American tobacco plants one of which had white and the other red flowers The result was a flower varying from a light pink to the deepest red Planted in the foreground of a border of the more familiar nico tiana affinis which has white wonderstarshap fully sweet fragrance a combination of color most striking is produced A pleasing charactristic of this tobacco plant is the flower ing time which begins at twi light and lasts until the hot rays of the following day wither the blossoms Thus it is in bloom at the time when it is most appreciated by persons returning from a weary days work The plants are easily grown from seed sown pulverized soil Another meth Con od is to sow the seed in shallow boxes and transplant when the forth or fifth leaf has appeared to open beds This plant appears to bear flowers all summer long and I with ordinary care should suc 4 ceed under a great number of conditions It has been success- fullyi tested in England Germa ny and the United States It has done well in sunlight and par tial shade 1titIt was eight years ago last Tuesday since Admiral Dewey demolished the Spanish hulks in Ma nila bay and at the anniversary celebration of the event Admiral Dewey took occasion to say that the American people from day to day will become more conscious of the value of the Philippines al1d will never upbThere may be some personal pride mingled in this estimate of the stragetic and commercial worth of the archipelago but the facts do not warrant the expec tation The islands have already cost the country more than they will come to in a hundred years J and the cost is still going on In the eight year since their posses sion there is not much evidence of a lively American trade with our subjects and the tariff re lations with them hardly indi cate a verysincere purpose to encourage it The truth is the islands have been and always will be a burden the returns from which will never be realiz ed in commercial or beneficent results Stanford Journal There is no reasonable excuse for any man to live in town if he doesnt like it If you have no word of commendation to say for your town its institutions or people emigrate you wont stop the town clock by going away The church bells will have the same musical ring the little dog will play just as well and the pure air bright sunshine and sparkling water will have the r same health giving properties Speak go Jd for your neighbor if f you can if you cannot dont everlastingly enlarge on their faults If you have become thoroughly disgruntled move away go somewhere where it will suit you OBITUARY One of Adair countys oldest and most respected citizens went to her reward last Sunday even ing when Mrs Bettie Wells pass ed over the river of Death and went to that land from whence no traveler ever returns Mrs Wells was 83 years old She was married in her early life to Mr William Wells and for several years Has been living with her daughter Mrs Eliza McKinley She died in the tri Herufuneral services were conducted by Mr Nathan Murrell at the- home of S McKinley and the re mains were taken to Russell county near Mt Pleasant Church by a large crowd of relatives and friends The deceased left one daughter Mrs Eliza McKinley and sev eral grandchildren all of whom have the sympathy of this com munity MYRTIE C Ozark Ky The newspaper men of Kentucky were never bound so close ly whenbtheir proposed warfare on cheap John politicians and burrtailed legislators begins you may look for a rattling of dry bones the like of which has never been witnessed Instead of serving as the door matt of the communi ty as in former years the news paper men of Kentucky today are the most independent set of professional men in the State They think and act for themselves and are led by the nose by no man or set of menLan caster Record LEARN TO FORGET Do you think he cares for me is the question that I am asked more often than any other As a rule it means that the man has grown cold and careless in his attentions and that the girl cannot bear to give him up8heclings to the last ray of hope in the form of asking my advice trusting that I may be able to console her It goes to my heart to have to tell her to put him out of her mind and yet I know it is the wisest course for her to follow It is absolutely impossible to rekindle the ashes of a mans love To him the love is as dead as yesterdays seven thousand yearsWith a woman it is different She may outgrow her love for a man but he will always stand apart from other men surround ed by a halo of memory and tender regret To try to hold a man when he is anxious to go is the greatest folly He will go any way and she is a wise girl who accepts the inevitable and sends him away before he goes of his own accord There is not a girl in a thous and who cannot tell when a mans interest in her begins to waneIt natural to make an effort rc jiit i i tiwu r to hold him but dont lose sight of your pride and dignity in the effortWhen there is another girl in the case the effort is simply loves labor lost I know that the advice try and forget him seems cold and unsympathetic but it is better to cut deep in the first place and avoid having to hurt a second timeTrying to forget is weary heart breaking work but it can be done and at least you will have the comfort of having saved your pride Some of you are throwing your hearts away on men who are not worth the sacrifice They are the men above alloth 6sto forget You think that it will break your hearts to give them up but dear girlies hearts dont break as easily as we sometimes think they do We often mistake heartache heartbreakWhen parents your friends and your own common sense tell you that a man is un worthy give him up Work hard fillyour mind with other interests fight bravely and in time you will conquer Pride will help you forget the man who has forgotten you It will be harder for you to give up the man who all un worthy though he may be still pleads for your love But you must let him go because sooner or later he will neglect and wound you Some day the right man will come along and then you will be very thankful that you have not thrown your heart away on the wrong one Beataice Fairfax RATE LEGISLATION The railroad rate bill is still the storm center in politics The Democrats generally favor a measure that would give ade quate relief to the people with out doing injustice to the rail roads The consolidation of transportation facilities has reached such a point in this country that seven combinations control practically all the rail roads and wield such vast power that the people are absolutely unable to prevent abuses The Democrates want a law giving the Interstate Commerce Com mission authority to fix reason able rates and forbidding any interference by the courts or such a limited courtreview as will prevent the nulifications of the work of the Commission by interlocutory court orders and leave the rates fixed by the Com misson in full force until the final hearing and decree in the case But a number of Republi can Senators insist on the broad est possible review by the courts including the power to suspend the Commissions rates by an in terlocutory order or temporary injunction before the final hearing Judging froth the debates in both Houses Congress will hardly pass the bill without pro viding for some sort of court re view but the Democrats will in sist on limiting that power Henderson Union and Webster toIbaccC s f r iI di 1 it 1t iTirARWED THE COACH HORSE NOT A WESTERN DRAFT HORSE But a Horse Kentucky Breaders should give their attention to from now until Season opens yourHorsesARWED Is a Dark Brown Stallion 16 hands will weigh 1250 pounds and possesses all the Style and Attractiveness that is upermost with Kentucky Horsemen This Great Stallion Imported from and Registered in the German Hanovion Oldenburg Association of America will make the GermanyI 10 insure a living cot at the stables of CHAPMEN BROWNING Milltown Ky At the same place the well known Jack WALLACE WOOD will make the season at to insure a living colt He is as good a breeder as Kentucky ever produced 700I GERMAN COACH HORSE ASSOCIATION- BY Chapmam Browning Miljtown Ky Ar r f l t C M WISEMAN SON Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and OP iciansI H Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music nail 132 W Market let 1st ci 2d StLouisville KY t t Weekly Courier Journal S5O And The News iam prepared to fix Pumps Tinwork Woodwork and all kinds of repairing a specialty Horseshoeing and Blacksmithing- I am prepared to do your buggy repairing on short notice LOCA ONWATER STREET WADE H EUBANKS ii i V t J J sw flJi2 t lfl va jtf jii riwwv liw wv swvvvvvvvvvrv v iIc riirv 7 7f w 1 i- ilIVtsMill and Crusher n 7i1 7 7i7fI am ready to furnish firstclass Meal and Crushed Feedwix CORNi n v wayit7i EVERYTHING NEW BUT THE MILLER HE HAS HAD THE n 17fC EXPERIENCE v nC 7ii ISTLOCATION NEAR EUBANKS SHOP 1 W H WILSONvrUw w w U v vv v v11 7i 11 7i 7t I i I U1 f i1 7f mm C Frank Corcoran HIGHGRADE MAR BLE AND GRANATE Cemetery work of all kind Trade from Adair and ad joining counties rcspact fully solicited See us before you buy 1WainSttreetl1ebanonKenttteky TELEPHONE 1872I t H mcflnight Sons CO FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS AND DRAPERIES CpB54TK WALNUT ST LOUISVILLE KYI lfi 2li t j i is v i J ti r At q 0 i J VciSe alx lltt TY r r r 1 i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY MAY 16 1906 I Dehler Brother t16 E Market St LouisvilleSend c CARRY ALL IN STOCK The Louisville Trust Company and Market Gorne LOUISVILLE Empowered to act in any part of the State as Executor Administrator Trustee Guardian Receiver Assignee Etc Acts as Agent and Attorney in fact for inexperienced persons filling any of the above positions Rents Drawers or Boxes in its Fire and Burglarproof Vaults price 5 10 25 and 25 per annum Manages Real Estate Collects Rents Pays Taxes Insurance Etc SAVINGS DEPARTMENTInt- erest allowed on all time deposits and interest compounded semi annually Deposits 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card will bring you one of our printed lists Central Kentucky Real Estate Company II LEBANON KENTUCKY To Tobacco Shippers We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connect t ed directly or indirectly with any other ware house or warehouse company We conduct a Strictly Independent Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business C A BRIDGES CO Props PICKETT TOBAGCO WAREHOUSE LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I A1 i tt l I 4 twNrt TARIFF REFORM IN 1906 President Roosevelts recom mendation to Congress that alco holfor use in the arts be placed on the free list is a blow aimed at the Standard Oil monopoly as di rectly as the temporary suspen sion of the tariff on coal duriug the great anthracite strike was at the Coal Trust Both are concessions to the Democratic principle that high protective tariff fosters monopoly and places in the hands of monopolists vast powers of oppression and extor tionIn the anthracite strike of 1902 3 the prtective tariff on coal helped the coal barons to prolong their quarrel with the miners re gardless of the convenience or welfare of the masses who daily needed coal for industrial com mercial or domestic uses The suspension of the coal tar iff was a sharp reminder that the Government was not wholly im potent to protect the citizen against the reckless sacrifice of private interests to monopoly greed It seemed also to sug gest the reserve powers that might be brought into play un der the antitrust act The re sult was the immediate easing off in coal prices which naturally settled to something like the nor mal level- The Presidents recommendation- of untaxed denaturalized alchohol is aimed to break the Standard Oil Companys monopoly in arti cles of universal utility But if such monopolies can be broken by removing props which legisla tion has set under them why should not all such props be re moved Why in fact should leg islation set up such props for mo nopoly to build upon The De ocratic party holds and will proclaim in the Congres sional campaigns of this year that the whole system by which special interests are given the right to rob and oppress all other interests is false in principle and vicious in practice The Repub lican party it is now evident will not budge one inch from its tra ditional position that the manufacturing interests of this coun try should have the right to levy tribute upon all other interests and industries regardless of their merit or of their value in the gen eral economy of the country The Republican leaders prefer that the Democratic party should win in this years elections on a tariff reform platform rather than the growing tariff reform senti ment among Republican voters should find expression through a Republican Congress They prefer tha tariff revision shall be un dertaken by Democrats rather than by Republicans The Democratic party accepts the responsibility and is likely to make tariff revision a paramount issue in 1906 Democrats do not hold that American industries should be exposed to foreign at tack or discrimination In the entire history of the Government antedating the advent of the Republican party there was hardly a tariff act in which some protec tion direct or indirect was not extended to nascent American industries The doctrine that tariff should be shaped not to protect Amen can industry but to givetp cerr rr bsar y ti tain of those industries the right to fatten and grow rich at the ex pense of all others had its birth with the Republican party and it is a doctrine which the Democrats will never acceptAThe keynote of Democratic ac tion in 1906 was sounded by the Democrats of Kansas in their State convention declaring that the dingly tariff is the greatest of all grafts and the source of the despotism which the people suf fer at the hands of trusts It is a direct challenge of the Republi can claim that unnecessary and burdensome taxes on everything that enters into general use are a good thing for the people who pay the taxes And the nomina tion of exSenator Harris empha cises the position of Kansas Dem ocrats in this matter even more strongly than does their plat formThe Democrats propose in this campaign to generalize the spe cial remedies which President Roosevelt applied to the Coal Trust and which he desires to ap ply to the Standard Oil monopoly To the big stick of President Roosevalt the Democratic party prefers the Jeffersonian principle of Equal rights to all special priveliges to none St Louis Republic WHAT REPUBLICANS STAND FOR The platform adopted at the late Indiana Republican State Convention stands pat for the timehonoredrepublican doctrine of protection and further de clares that the Republican party is the friend of the protective policy through good and evil re port and adds that it can be trusted to make changes in tar iff schedules whenever more good than evil will result As the convention was dominated by Fairbanks and Beveridge who are ardently for the shipsubsidy steal of course they and their henchmen stand for the plunder tariff which allows the trustsling cheaper to foreigners than to our own people They doubt less stand for the Republican timehonored custom of bleed ing the tariff fostered trusts and protected combines of campaign funds so as to have the chance to continue the plundering of the many for the benefit of the few It is well known they stand for this through good and bad report and can be trusted to fool the people as long as the voters al low them to so do It is all right to be open and aboveboard in word and in ac tion Frank openheartedness is a characteristic greatly to be de sired but if we possess this excellent quality let us not use it in a way that will offend others It may be all right to speak plainly ones mind if done at the prop er time and place yet it should always be done in a careful and polite manner For remember that to be considerate of the feelings of others is also a virte and while observing one we i should not forget the other Be kindly considerate to every one The Republican bosses who have been somewhat staggered by the jolt the people have lately given them are appearing in the garb of reformers so as to get theirfeet in the trough again t iJ F i c BRYAN IN JAPAN Japan has had a number of distinguished visitors English and American during the last couple of years but not one of them however high his position or brilliant his uniform has made such an impression upon the Japanese people for good as Mr W J Bryan writes one of our missionaries to the Interior I will confess he continues that I was much prejudiced against him but on meeting him I found him a simple unaffected Christian gentleman While he saw no reason to assume the func tions of an evangelist he saw none for denying his faith He was at all times sand in all places the orthodox devout believer He addressed our schools upon questions of the highest interests to the family and State He was not a temperance lecturer but his practice of total abstinence deeply impressed the Japanese so that at the banquet spread in his honor no liquors were served Mr Bryan had for some time in youngi ing with his parents in remote part of the island but Mr Bry an faithful to his promise made years ago undertook a long and difficult journey to visit the young man and his parents Rev George 0 Barnes the fa mous evangelist has been prach ing in Alcorns Opera House since last Wednesday to large au diences On Sunday morning by invitation he filled the pulpit at the Christian church He will probably not continue the meet ing here longer than Wednesday evening No one can hold an au dience more spellbound than this distinguished octogenarian who has traversed the globe in his work Hustonville Cor to Stanford JournalI POLITICAL Senator W A Clark of Montana announces that he is not a candidate for reelection to the United States Senate Gov W 0 Bradley has been in Frankfort several times lately and it is reported that he will be put forward for the Republican nomination for Governor in 1907 Congressman James M Richardson says the Republicans are all torn up and he confidently ex pects that not only a Democratic House but a President as well will be elected next time When Gov Hoch appointed Mrs Stanley to the Board of Charities and then promptly at tempted to kiss her it was prob ably with the idea that charity should begin at home Louis ville Times The biggest fight in the histo ry of Tennessee ended last Sat urday when the people of the State at a primary selected a United States Senator Urey Woodson has been named by Thomas Taggart Chairman of the Democratic National Com mittee as a member of the sub committee which will assist the Congressional committee in mak ing a fight for control of the next HouseGov Hoch is said to have his eye on the Presidency The kissing incident didnt prevent his renomination neither did the Ma t G n k v ria Halpin incident defeat Grove f r Cleveland so he seems to think that these little mixups with women help more than they hurt T A Wright who had an nounced himself a candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor of Tennessee has with drawn from the contest H Clay Evans is the only remaining candidate ROOSEVELT AND HUGHES Perhaps the only Republican in New York who had strength enough with the people to be elected Governor of that State next Fall was Charles E Hughes President Roosevelt wouldnt like to see Hughes elected Gov ernor however lest he should become a presidential possibility- in 1908 And so he has shelved Hughes by having him appointed r associate counsel in the coal trust investigation There is a convenient r shelf somewhere for ev ery Republican in New York who may be suspected of popularity Roosevelt is more prudent than he seems to be He knows how easy it is to slide from the exec utive office at Albany to the white house and he doesnt want a Republican elected Governor of New York this year He will probably cause Odell to be nominated and then treat him as he did Ivins in the Mayoralty contest last year A UNITED DEMOCRACY The chairman of the Demo cratic convention of Kansas in his address to the delegates sounded a key note that will have interest in Massachusetts and shows that a united Democracy from the Eest to the West and North and South is again to be an accomplished fact The people of Kansas said he send this thebMississippi valley and over the Appalachian mountains to New England We are for free raw material and we are willing to give to the laborer of the East free hides in competition with our hides because the beef trust robs us even of the hair and then sells the balance to the Eastern manufacturer at a high er and fixed price so that the poor are shoeless Our Republican Congressmen have misrepre sented us long enough We are in favor of the old fashioned doctrine as enunciated by Sam uel J Tilden and reenunciated by Grover Cleveland of a tariff for revenue only The time is past when we should protect trusts and capitalistic combinations Protection as declared by the Republican party is now used as an aid to the rich to be come richer and for the poor to become poorer Hurrah for the unterrified Democracy of y Kansas j President Roosevelt evidently thinks the Democrats will elect a majority of the next Congress for he is said to have decided to call a special session after the 4th of March for the purpose of revising the tariff He knows as well as anyone that ifthe Repub r i licans should again have a ma jority of Congress it would be useless to call a special session for the standpatters would be iifc control a r i T r y 41h i rww y Tfr2 11 i aATi MLS= r r 41UALDiJu L ftr L7 1 41 1zi tJ w oJ v Yr l r 1 yihth U ltu1j Published Every Wednesday BY TIE AiairCounty News Company rINCONPORATCOt t ASSHARRIS EDITOR TNranrritr newspaper devoted to the in tlW the city of Columbia and the people of Adair ad adjacent counties 5 jfrtteredfat tile CoiumMa Poetoffice ss second class mail matter I i WED MAY IK 1906 v TheVbaccalaureate sermon of the Mand F High School preached last Sunday forenoon in the Presbyterian church by Rev A It Kasey was one of the most forceful most appro priate discourses we ever heard Jiuthe pulpit in this part of the State His subject A Call to Duty was handled hra master ly way and impressed his many iearers i with the broadest view of education of right living and J J high ideals of life To the young in the main he directed his line of thought picturing the straight path of duty in the pursuit of im perishable riches the forming building and maintaining char acter and worth by unflinching unyielding persistency in follow ing high and noble ideals It was a discpurse elevating and invig orating to the young and the old alike but particularly to those who are still pursuing authors Sand following the deepest think l ers of the ages past In pointing 1out mans greatest duty to God and man in advising a course that leads to the most exalted stations arid useful ends it was briefly outlined in the reading of the 8th chapter of Proverbs and pressed home to the haed and heart in his many striking and forceful arguments The truth isi that too few sermons of this kind are heard and especially in this day when commercialism seems to engross and almost mo nopolize the minds and efforts of ithe rising generation It may be said that preaching does no good that the pulpit can not check the tendency of the age to collect i fortunes and seek honors in the affairs of men but the saying wliilriot stand the test of time Right thinking must precede right living and right living is the fruit of knowledge We feel it a duty as well as a privilege to 1 commend that sermon to the young people who were fortu T1eas1Uel5and your reward will be great iThe editor of The Sumerset l Journal writing from Frankfort 1saxs The action of the commission appointed to locate the two Normal Schools provided for by act of Legislature appears to- imeet general approbation The Central and Eastern part of the locationlJ1 at Richmond and the Western v and Southern pafit is convenientsw t1 ly served at Bowling Green The Jf ilehdid contributions from thesev r ti cities of suitable buildings relieves i fnW the State Treasury of the Burden of providing buildings and appurtenancesmaking itproba fe ble that other schools will be est iablished in a few years for the convenience of Northern and Southeastern sections j Wayne Pulaski Boyle Shelby Franklin v r i f and Oldham counties form the line of division all west oi these counties belong to the Western district all east to the Eastern district ExGovernor Robert Taylor defeated Senator Carmack for the Democratic nomination for Senator by a majority of 20000 We rejoice with the majority in this victory and trust that Senator Cormack able as he is will accept the decision of the Dem ocrats of his state in his retire ment in good humor for Our Bob as he is familiarly called is the most popular man that lives within Sunny Tennessee Kentucky Eloquence is the title of a new book soon to ap pear A Louisville firm is the publisher and it will contain some of the brightest gems of oratory heardin this grand old State Col T P Hill and Judge M C Saufley of Stanford have agreed to contribute Only men of the highest oratorical ability will be accorded space in the publication which promises to be a most in teresting one Rolla Hart will not enter the race this year for the Democratic nom ination for Congress in the 9th district The prospective candidates are W A Young of Rowan county and Virgil Mc Knight of Mason county W H Sylvester President of the First National Bank Monte zuma Indiana was shot and kill ed at home last week by his brother whose mind is believed to be unbalenced Mrs Jefferson Davis widow of the President of the Southern Confederacy is critically ill in New York She is nearly Eighty years pf age All the South are in sympathy with her A private letter from Mr Bry an written from Egypt indicates that if it is the wish of the party he will stand for the Democratic nomination for the Presidency in the next contest It is said that Thomas Drewry of Louisville will bea candidate for Railroad Commissioner next time opposing the present ericumbent Hon C C McQord of Springfield The Methodist Conference in the South wa asked to pass a law requiring ministers to give up tobacco upon ordination CHAUTAUQUA CONTEST 2500in Gold to first Opoj Gold to second Prize Elocutionary Contest to be given by Central Kentucky Chautauqua Assembly at Lebanon ky on evening July 4th 1906 One Contestant from each of the counties of Mario n Lincoln Boyle Mercer Adair Green Taylor Washington Nelson and Larue Contestants to be chosen by lot or primary contest in each county and to be entered by June 15th 1906 All desiring to com pete should write Secy Thos M Cornelison Lebanon who will appoint a referee in each county if more than one contest ant offers f r J t 4 LINCOLN SQUIRREL r Is A STEEL GRAY 4 years old 16 hands high weighs about 1100 ponnds He has a broad flat bone fine mane and tail and good eyes Extreme style both under saddle and harness kind dis positionyPEDIGREE Sired by Marion Squirrel No 908 by Black Squirrel No 5She by Black Eagle No 74 he by Washington Denmark No 64 he by Gaines Denmark No 61 Be by Denmark Thoroughbred Foundation Stock he by Imported j Hedgeford Lincoln Squirrels first dam bv Eagle Bird by Black Eagle the sire of BlacklSquirrel Second dam by On TimebyStonewall Jackson Third dam by Grey Eagle This Horse will make the season at our barn in Columbia at 10 to insure a living colt In all cases when the mare is traded removed from the neigh barhood or bred to other stock the money becomes due and must be paid at time of said transaction 22 Coffey Bros Columbia Kentucky A Year of Blood The year 1903 will be remembered in the home of FN Tacket of Alliance Ky as a year of blood which flowed so copiously from Mr Taekets lungs that death seemed very near He Writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brought me to deaths door when I began tak ing Dr Kings New Discovery for Con- sumPtion with the astonishing result that after taking four bottles I was completelyrestored and as time has proven permanently cured Guaran teed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at T E Paulls drugg store Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free eo JRVINS STORE i We had lots of frost here last Tuesday but no damage was doneThe wheat crop here is nearly headed and a freeze which is threatened would ruin it Unclel Enoch Rainwater is very sickrJonas Hammond of Royaltdn t was here Friday R P Smith is in the city this week buying more goods W A Jackson suffered a severe loss by the engine of his mill blowing up yesterday and it seems miraculous that no one was hurt as there were a nun ber of hands working about the mill Miss Daisy Jackson and Harry Price of New Albany Indi were married last Friday and de parted for that place Monday The Fonthill roller mill is be ingput down and before lorig 1hiJlantee whit ness and fineness I equal to any and superior to many Cleaned Out When a deep cellar becomes filled with heavy poisonous air it is never safe to go into it untilitha8 been cleaned out When Your body has been poisoned with the foul residues of undigested food it is just as necessary to clean toutrpoothis pleasantly and safely take Dr CaldweHs laxative Pepsin it jja pure scientific preparation which has no equal in the Jcure of constipation headache bilious ness and stomach trouble Sold by Dr Jv N Page of Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c gOO Money back if it fails I f J ift tJ r inn 4r Jordan Peacock The Greatest Horse Iii I I 1 In Kentucky i I JORDAN PEACOCK will make the present season at Gradyville Kentucky and will serve mares at 15 to insure a living colt one week old If any mare should loose a colt by care lessness or rough treatment then the season is due Jordan Peacock has sired more high priced colts than any horse in Kentucky Cotton and mules have their ups and downs but The Peacocks are Always UpThe Horse Buyers are always Looking for Peacocks and pay from two to three times as much for them as they do any others Last Fall his Suckling Colts Sold from 10000 to 13500 Flowers Bros sold a 2yearold mare for 325 a 4yearold gelding sold March 8 in a pair for 82500 Did you ever know of any other horses in this part the State that sold for such prices When you breed to Jordan you are going to get a good Colt and one thats ready money as soon as it hits the ground There have been some men that have sold their colts as soon as they bred the mares Now if you want to raise the best bring your mares to Jordan Peacock CAPTAIN PEACOCK A 3=YEAR OLD STALLION By Jordan Peacock and Dam by Colonel Tom will make the season for 10 to insure Captain Peacock is the best prospect I have ever seen He has been shown at the Co lumbia Fair from a suckling colt up under halter single and doubleand has worn the Blue every time and has defeated some of the best age horses shown at the Fair =Bii J1 Bring your mares to my Horses and you are sure to get a colt and a good one I KENTUCKY KING one of the finest models in the State Sired by Red Squirrell No 53 and out of R F Paulls brood mare will make the present season at my stable and will be permitted to serve mares at 1500 to insure a living colt one week old PEDEGREEVol 6 register No 2278 dam Maud Coe No 2495 by Alexanders Lex ington No 2208 Second dam Maud White by Artist No 75 GRADYVILLE STOCK FARMIwL Grady Prop a Gradyville Kentucky I A GREAT PROPOSITION TWO PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE r1 For the next 30 days 100 CASH IN ADVANCE gets Pt TIlE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t t AND J THE SOUTHERN HOME To all Subscribers or to anyone who pays up all arrears to The Netsand 100 in Advance will receive The Southern Home Free For 12 Months DrO S Dunbar DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Oollunbia Kentucky WILMORE HOTEL Firstslass Table Good Sample Room Feed Stable Reasonable Rates W M WILMoRe RO QradyviUe Kentucky AMES TRIPLET- IDE4TIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY OFFICE IN JKTFRIE3 BLOCK i jl8J I have just received a Carload of Buggies and a complete line of harness I will also have in in a few days A CARLOAD OF DEERING MOWERS Binders Rakes and Twine and a complete line of tHE BROWN CULTIVATORS I handle all kinds of GRASS SEED and also the best grade of WHEAT and CORN DRILLS made and I handle many other Farming Implements that are not given in this list In fact I can furnish you with most any thing you want on the Farm J H PHELPSJAMESTOWN KENTUCKY The Adair County News and Southern Home 100t f t c f Gi a J c i lH ADAIR COUNTYNE COLmmrA KY MAY 16 1906s ri Oi w fT rliI f IjI- W 1- I PERSONAL I JEFEEEEFEli Ef EEEEfFE 4Jtt I HomerHuddlestonis visit gin iBurksvi 1e- r rl Dr Harland Simpson spent Sunday in this placer Robt Sanders Gampbellsville ifits here Friday Hr E B McLean of Glasgow spent last Sunday in Columbia r Mr R F Rowe Amandaville was here the first of the week Miss Mary Price returned from a visit to Louisville last week v Miss Dellie Feese of Watson visited i Miss Lizzie Feese last week of- Mr B B Bean of North Middle town is visiting in Columbia j t Mr J N Coffey and wife visited Meadow Lawn last Sunday 5 flMr H V Aaron Carrollton Ky was here the first of the week r Mr A A Huddleston States Attorney was here last Satuday Mr Tom Wilson Cave City was here Friday looking for horses Dr aA Cox of Stanford was here last Saturday and Sunday Mr S L Powell who has been in Glasgow returned home Thursday Mr Allen Walker and wife visited at Gradyville the first of the week Mrs GT Simpson Breeding visit ed in Columbia the first of the week Dr J N Page and Miss Bess Holla day visited at Montpelier last Sunday Mrs J F Cabell Miami visited her sister Mrs W B Patteson last week Mr G W Dillon and his son Rich Breeding attended services here last Sunday Miss Pearl Hindman Gradyville is spending a few days with the Misses Hancock Mr S H Morgan Creelsboro was here Friday returning home from Louisville IiMrs Charley Mitchell of Gresham Ky is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Tim Collins Mr Harlan Hindman of Lebanon spent a few days of last week with his parents in this county Mr J T Kemp and wife of Brad fords vilIe visited the family of Mr G A Kemp last week Rev Williams of Wilmore Ky filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church last Sunday night Mrs C F Ohlenmacher of Bowling Green is visiting her son Prof Fred Ohlenmacher of this place Mr H R Turner wife and children Campbellsville spent last Saturday and IIISunday with the Misses Trabue Mr W A Hindman of the Grady ville country was in Columbia last Sat urday the first time for two months Mrs A K Stone Mrs Bryant Miss w Della Bryant and Miss Liddie Stone of fFairplay called at the News office Fri day Miss Sallie Baker who has been at tending the Conservatory of Music Cincinnati returned home last Wed nesday Dr N M Hancock and his daughter Mrs J W Judd Cane Valley visited the family of Judge Junius Hancock last Friday Mr OJS Stapp left for Welcetka I T yesterday morning to be present at the drawing of lots Quite a numbet in Columbia are interested Mr C C Henson has returned from New Mexico He fileda claimand will wind up his business in Adair county and will return as quickly as possible Misses Pearl Neat Cora Reyriolds Lula and Bertie Breeding Messrs Len ard Bennett and Edgar Ruleof Garlih spent Sunday with Misses Pearl and Bertha Breeding Judge H wGsBaker returned from I Cleburne Texas last Wednesday afterT f i noon J He states that his visit wasex t F pee ngly pleasant slid that he found his children well and prospering 0 Mr JMcScott and Mr J C Strange who bye been employed on the Spec tator for several years the former as a writer the latter as foreman sever ed their connection with said paPer last week and Saturday left for Somerset having accepted positions on the Mountaineer Mr Scott is an experienced news gather and Mr Strange is a good job man and doubtless will fill their respective positions satisfactorily t ij EFE EEE EFf FEE ErtE EEF ELF NEWSW ittt J itjf31itit 4 St4r N On the bakSoftbeCana1urn1r All the suckers were not caughtltst Winter To gV with ar country you must move with the tide t Weleetka The coming metropolis JThe grand jury will be in session next week Born to the wife of J B Chapman on the 14th a son The Male and Female High School will close tomorrow Elocution contest at the Presbyterian church this Tuesday evening Mr Jo Burpo 103 years old died in the Fairplay country last Monday night Home Coming picnic at the Fair- Grounds June 19th Every body ex pectedto bring baskets Works of art from Miss Trabues pupils will be on exhibition at theLindsay Wilson during commencement Common school examinations next Friday and Saturday The work will begin promptly at 8 oclock a m Miss Cary Hughes Margaret Taylor and Earl R Epperson at the Presbyterian church this r Wednesday eve= flingAll parties indebted to Wm F Jef fries Sons are requested to call and settle before the first day of June 263t It is expected that all the Adair county citizens will meet at the Fair- Ground on June 19 1906 and bring well filled baskets Tell everybody about Adair County Home Coming and be at the Fair grounds this city with an overloaded basket Your old friends will be there A large crowd is expected in town next Monday the opening of circuit court All persons knowing themselves indebted to this office are requested to calland settle The Old Kentucky Home still posess es its charms and the latch string hanges where our forefather put it To all exAdair county people we invite you to pull it June 19th Fatten that sheep feed that shoat and meet your friends June 19th They are coming and we must all have one good day and meet the ones who left many years ago Ever Present Problem is the sub ject of Mr Eppersons oration to be delivered at the Presbyterian church this Wednesday evening It deals with capitaland labor Recital contest at the Presbyterian church this Tuesday evening Five or six young ladies will contest for a medal given by Mr J 0 Russell The medal will be presented by Judge T A Murrell Next Monday will be the first day of the Adair circuit court and a large number of people will be in attendance It is expected that a half a dozen or more stock dealers will put in appear ance a great many horses and mules changing hands DESIRABLE HOME FOR SALE My residence in the town of Colum bia built last Fall It contains eight Jdingsrs at a bargain tfWCClem ns vv i ii l l l itN11 Nft t h We arenow in our new location just back of W F Jeffries and Sons bus mess house occupying N M Tufts h property We are ready td buy your poultry eggs wool and all country pro duce and will pay the highest market price We will also buy eggs and other produce at L Wi Bennetts store rTelephone No 19 S H Grinstead Co Claud Hobson Mgr 262t- NEW FAMILY GROCERY Geo W Staples has just opened ja family grocery in the business house next to Paulls Drug store He has ta clean fresh stock and invites your ftrade Everything that a family uses atrpie store use the phone his No is 46 243t Notice Four monuments that sold at 75 can now be bought at 60 four that sold for 25 now 20 one that sold at gO now 65 When these are closed out poI more can be had at these prices COAKLEY SIMMS BROS FIELD DAYATLWTS A large crowd gathered at the L rids lyWilson campus last Saturday afternoon to witness the athletic sport F1st 100 yards dash won fey Jas Caldwell time 11 seconds prize silk umbrella by Russell Co2d Shot Put by Monroe Shreve43 ft 3 in Prize cravat by Frank Sinclair 3d 220 yards sprint 25 sec won by Mont Richards Prize scarf pin by C R Payne 4th 12 mile run 2 min and 55 seconds won by Mont Rich ards Prize razor by M Crav ens 5th Egg race won by Wonnie Simpson Prize pearl broach by T E Paull 6th Broad jump by Monroe Shreve15 feet 5 in Prize knife by Jeffries Sons 7th 100 yards dashprimary 14 sec won by Marvin Simp sonPrize signet ring by Miss Simpson 8th Basketball game won by Reds score 13 to 12 Prize banquet at Hotel by Rev Kasey 9th High jump by Robert Todd 4 feet 11 in Prize Pon gee shirt by Dr Cartwright 10th Standing halfhammer by Mont Richards 29 feet 8 in Prize fountain pen by Dr Dun bar t t llth 440 ydrun by Mont Richards 55 sec Prize straw hat byW L Walker 12th 1 mile run by Isaac Sto ry 5 min 29 sec Prize gold cuff buttons by Prof Neilson 13th Hurdle race by Mont Richards 32 sec Prize cravat by Hughes Coffey 14th Shoe race by Paull Wil son Prize hair cut shampoo shine and shave by GT Flowers r Rev Kasey offered a gold med al to the one winning most prizes Mont Richards received it The prizes were resented by the following young ladies Ada Bridgewater Linnie Sand ers Mary Moss Virginia Smith Briggia Hartnett Mabel Willing ham Myrtle Hendrickson 0ra Moss Gertrude Gabbart Ina Hulse Josie Graves Stella TaY lor Elizabeth Woodson Land Stock and Crop 00Q 0 Mr Henry Coleman of this place purchased of Mrs Mary England Leb anona building lot in that city for 1066 v 000RMr R H Christie bought of William George last week his store house stock of goods farm and farming im- plementsnt Camp Knox for 3300 Mr eorgewil1gotoC California and Mr Christie will continue the drygoods business at the same stand t iAJackson0ooIhboughtayoun mare irt r caP from 36ltotoyf6Tn WA TY Roy sold a mare to Dick King for 150 Irving Store Cor PROGRAM r rUT4 QIJ wing11s thatir9 fcMr thej LInw Y A1S9f com mencement i FRIA4Y EVENING 8 c CLOCK An Operetta Fete in Flow rlan bY themusic aitidkelocu tio rpupils j SATURDAY AFTERNOON 2 P M iM Afternoon With Riley junior elocution pupils assisted by Junior music pupils it SATURDAY EVENING 8 Oclock Annual Concert by pupils of Miss Penland assisted by pupils of Miss Duncan SUNDAY MORNING 11 oclock Baccalaureate sennon by Rev S M Miller Jeffersonville Ind MONDAY MORNING 10 oclock Commencement a d d re s s by Rev S M Miller- Presentation of diplomas by the principal a MILLTOWN Smith Nell passed through here last week with 200 fat hogs There was a large crowd at the Tarter White show Satuaday nightMrs Lizzie Thomas entertained a large crowd of young people Saturday night and Sunday Frank Cobb and wife visited relatives here Sunday- W A George of Camp Knox was here a few days ago and re ported he had sold his stock of goods and farm at that place and was going to Kansas Misses Vara and Mattie Thomas were in Columbia topping TuesdayThere is strong talk of a bank at this place It has been kept very quiet but I understand that twothirds of the stock has been subscribed capital being 15000 This bank is to be opened as soon as possible PORTLAND On account of so much rain farmers are behind with corn plant ing Miss Mollie Caldwell is on the sick list W C rYates sold a good horse for 125- Frank Waggener and sister Mrs Ellen Holladay visited Mr and Mrs T EL Waggener Mon day nightr x RL Davis and wife spent Fri day night with relatives atMilk town T E Waggener was in Columbia MondayrMrs Henry Squires spent Mon day with her mother Mrs Alfred ParsonMrs S D Caldwell and Miss Emily Burton spent Friday with Mrs J W Townsend at Mill town RevQY Wilson spent Saturday and Sunday here r Caldwell Bros are prizing their crop tobacco Mrs J Hi aldwell spent last mothertMrs F P Dohoney RLDavis and W C Yates bought x acres of land on Big reek from S D 2Caldwell for 500rr i J 1fl gi i i L ADMINISTRATORS SALE On Saturday May 26th 1906 r t t It We will at the late residence of Wm Conover deceased 3 miles South of Columbia Ky at public outcry sell the personal property of said dece dent which consists of One Colt 14 Head of Hogs 35000 pounds of Hay Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture Terms made known day of salexWe will also on the same day sell THE FARM owned by decedent at the time of his death Said Farm contains about One Hundred and Eighty Two Acres 1 well watered in a good state of cultivation and re = pairs and has upon it 50 acres of timber The terms of sale will be made known on day of sale HUDSON CONOVER MONT CONOVERi Administrators of Wm Conover Deceased The Southern Home Is a- Worthy i j t Magazine t i 1 And should i Be in every homer THE NEWS 100 per year THE HOME 100 per year One Dollar paid in Advance gets them both Send name address and remittance to THE NEWS JIREDUCED RATES K NIX VX- S 7K From now until further notice the fare from Glum= NJX 5 bia to Campbellsville will be 7K MX elM ia te CapMbellsville 7SeL TQ I Tri 151 Cane Valley u Campkllsville 5lc I ACCOMMODATIONSJDADDCCJ Propr V I71 11 7K7l7fiIIK SSSK7I 7KI 7K 7K7I7 i STRAW HATSS- oft iHats Cliildrerfs Caps j PRICES 5CTS AT TO 200 1 I SINCLHIRS Columbia Motor Gar Go ColumbiaCampbellsville Line Cars Leave Gtlimbii Leave GwpicllsNlk r 345 A M 1PM 12M 9PM i Comfortable and Rapid Transit attfie- y J v X Lowest Rates Consistent with n Ji v n1 1 tftYr r First CIass Service i F S n dr ir t t iI THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY MAY 16 1906 I II 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snotthe CourierJournal y The Newst p Columbia Ky rf iI f t saaR4 j r tT PARTISAN POLITICS The partisan persistence of the Republican managers is refusing to agree on the bill to admit Oklahoma is entirely opposed to public opinion on this question The Senate for once at least is actually in agreementwith the Democrats that justice be done to nearly one million citizens who have made their homes in Oklahoma and Indian Territory The question of the admission of Arizona and New Mexico as one state has been very properly left by the Senate amendment to the vote of the people but to this the Republican majority of the House refuse to agree When these standpat members are ask ing for endorsement next Fall the voters should give them a dose of their own medicine and refuse to reelect those who would not trust the people KENTUCKY NEWS Theyre putting in the electric light machinery at Grayson and the plant will soon be in opera tion Elizabethtown has ordered a regulation I a r g esized oval shaped tent in which to entertain Homec o m e r s and theyre negotiating w i than aeronaut to complete a list of attractionsMarion Court fined the Royal Wheel Company 150 for failure to have the word incor porated on some of its printed matterMarion county does not pro pose to be outdone in the matter of Homecoming entertain ment Civic pride is the slogan of nearly every county capital Dress up clean up appear the best for the folks are coming home to see us has been her alded all along the line and thats what theyre doing too Jacob Patrick a revenue officer of Prestonsburg went to Hunt ington W Va on a business trip and took a wad of money When he got there he was met at the depot by bunco men who relieved him of the wad Lightning seems to have an attraction in Hopkinsville judg ing from the way it is knocking out people there Louisa City authorities are con sidering the proposition of pur chasing a street sprinkler The idea is a good one Every town should see the advantage of having a sprinkler during the dusty season Hopkinsville saloons have no screens on Sunday On that day one can look clear through the Boozerie from the street John J Oglesby well known and prominent in Hopkins coun ty died at the age of eighty Illinois Central depot at Bar low Ballard county burned Another murder credited to Hopkins county One negro kill ed another in fight over a girl Home of S RBeam near Fairfield destroyed by fire together with all householdeffects New Haven Board of Trustees adopted ordiahce prohibiting bicycles riding on sidewalks with ftfi Jf fi arkPiif s i 1 yl a penalty of 1 for each offense Mrs Emma Cummins of Lo retto Marion county extensively known thrown from buggy while driving down hill and ser iously perhaps fatally injured Theyre discussing the sewer age question down at New HavenState Board of Equalization will not raise valuation in Nelson countyBy majority of three votes the graded school question won at Fairview Todd county William Yancey Erwin sixty six years oldof Hopkinsville has declared himself a poet and it is said will publish a book of original poems rhymes and acrostics In our everyday life we meet many people who are always ready to find fault with the ac tions of their fellow men It is an easy matter for almost any one to condemn the doings of others and one does not need an extraordinary amount of brains to do so yet it seems to be prac tically impossible for those belonging to this class of critics to do better themselves Criti cism consists not in finding fault or censuring and condemning deeds but in being able to dis cuss them fairly and intelligently MUST PAY UP The new Revenue and Tax ation law as passed by the re cent Kentucky L e g i s 1 atu r e makes a number of changes and provisions which will materially effect the tax payer and the sheriff For one thing it does away with the practice of some taxpayers getting two and three years behind in the payment of their taxes and fixes it so that the sheriff of a county is no Longer permitted to indulge such de linquents by carrying them from one to three years after their taxes are due The new law provides that all tax payers whose taxes are not paid on or before the first day of November of each year shall be deemed delinquent and a penalty of six percent will be added Fur thermore the law provides that within fifteen days after any taxpayer becomes delinquent the sheriff shall make and certi fy to the county clerk alist of all such delinquents the amount of tax etc The county clerk is then required within ten days after such list is filed to issue a tax warrant against each delin quent in the name of the Com monwealth of Kentucky The tax warrant shall be directed to tjie sheriff commanding him to collect of the delinquent tax interest penalty and costs and if not paid xm demand to distrain and sell the estate of the delin quent or a sufficient amount thereof to satisfy the tax inter est and costs Heretofore it has been the practice of the Sheriff to refrain from forcing the sale of a taxpayers property to satisfy a tax bill so long as there was a reasonable chance QfcQl lecting the claim without such action but the new law does not permit the sheriff to indulge the taxpayer The law will mskeit prettyhard on some taxpayers iFkt Tcrt COLD eOTTLE OFDELICIOUS REFRESHING swelteringdayparts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c jto i1 J y s 11 or ti I f I but it will relieve the Sheriffs of a gool deal of work and worry Small things are the seeds from which great things grow and great results often come from small beginnings Small sins ifnot checked will like noxious weeds grow to greater ones and root out virtuous princi ples while good deeds and good nourishedbwill fill the soul with peace and bless the world with their influ ence Jr 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 vragnificentChart with portraits of all the Presidents Map of Panama showing Canal zone with data relative to the great Canal now being built by the United States one of the greatest enterprises ever attempted- A topographical Map of the Russia Japanese War district with data and details of the two great Armies and Navies battle fields etc including the last Naval battle in the straits 01 Korea A map of the World with Names of Rulers Coats of Arms Flags of all Nations Steamship Routes with data and Statistics of great worth Other maps are the Philippine Islands Hawaii Alaska and Porto Rico in all nine distinct maps pointdesiredunderstand it The Chart is new correct and up to date making it an invaluable educator indespensable for the Home School Library or CollegeThe selling price is 250 yet its worth is many times greater The Enquirer Company is giving this chart Free to subscribers of the weekly Enquirer who remit one dollar for a years subscription or for a re newal of old subscription Agents can cap a rich harvest soliciting order jr this grand offer Address NQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati Ohio FEELitG LIVEiimIS1tI This Moriin7TARE A Gentle LaD l And fiveJ Had a Close Call- A dangerous surgical operation involving the removal of a malignant ul cer as large as my hand from my daughters hip was prevented by the application of Bucklens Arnica Salve says A C Stickel of Miletus W Va- s Persistent use of the Salve completely cured it Cures Cuts Burns and Injuries 25c at T Era ull druggist sd P i lJ J r j l i il w I ft if aPergs suffers down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness aredreadful Wine areuiI- t Eases Womens Pans It quickly relieves Inflammation purifies and en Iches the blood conditions It Is matchless marvelo 3 reliable At all druggests In 100 bottles LETrERIconfid and troubles We will send free adice In plain sealed envelope how to AdvisoryDeptChattanooga Tenn I SUFFERED CREATLY writes Mrs L E levenger of Belle atmymonthlyperfodsaU dul gave me wonde ful relief and now I am In better healt than I have been thegreatest I IflPORTANT CHANGE Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway Go HENDERSON ROUTE On and after April 1 1606 all trains of this Company will arrive at and depart from 10th Street Station Tenth and Broadway instead of from Seventh Street Depot formerly Union Depot Louisville Ky It J I WIJSl G P R Iioaisville icy t Fifth Avenue Hotel I Etr b 3 3i FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS tLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY tRefurnished Redecorated and Remodeled AFirstclass Hotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale ani Petail Districts Churches and Theatres Iri E CAMPBELL Manager 444c = T E PRTTE SO HOTELi No better place can be found than the above named hotel It is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied with the best the market affords Feed stable in connection J B PflLTTERSOJl Po JAmeSTOtQtt DR JAMES MENZIES AT RESIDENCE OFFICE PHONES35 Columbia Ky OSTEOP1TJW 5 tt m l OOaSt1ltationanclExaxniriJi n Free at omoe1 j Jzii c ji Rt l u T 4 Pi sr l t f i r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY MAY 16 1906 1 I Buggiesr I Surreys Buckboards Will have a Special Line of Vehicles of all kinds beginning April 15th continuing 30 DAYS SPECIAL PRICES ON FERTILIZERS FOR CASH NEXT s 30 DHVS Wagons Plows Cultivators HarrowsA- ND ALL OTHER IMPLEMENTS t Woodson Lewis 1 GREENSBURG KENTUCKY 0j gWHEN IN LOUISVILLE GET ACQUAINTED WITH THE PROGRESSIVE FIRM o HUBBUCH BROS Centrally Located 0 524 526 528 West Market Street o- O O- Q WALL PAPER A New Department e- K CARPETS Immense Assortment tRUGS Incomparably Fine Line t You Are- Welcome at All i Times to Inspect Our Various Lines of Goods LA k W Greatest 0Courtesy Shown To Visitors Always Call Whether you buy or not w ww wwwww o ww 7t jofJ = 1i ir I Lebanon Steam Laundry Ii i REED MILLER COLUMBIA I THIS SECTION FORI Reliable Landries in the nState Send them your linen and the work will beIijpromptly and neatly executed g g e B W R Johnson Prop LEBANON KENTUCKY r UU W H GILL JOHN WALLACE I ITHE COLUMBIA STEAM LAUNDRY is now doing business in its new location on Campbellsville Jpike This is now the Best Equipped Laundry in Central tJKentucky The new firm having made some i r VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS- An experienced Laundryman is employed and first class work is guaranted Our terms are strictly cash f Hoping his will meet with approval of our many customers We are yours truly r WHG1LU COMPANY Ants wanted in every town t Jjj UU DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ifJ I t FURNITURE CHAIRS i c r AND MATTRESSES YBETFIPTHx T J t fIc v T ti 1s Jt tII7 TO END PLUTOCRACY rAn official statement by the President of the United States naturally attracts widespread attention iWhen President Roosevelt re cently suggested that there be a graduated tax on inheritances he caused something of a panic among the very wealthy people who through highhanded transactions have been growing im mensely rich In financial circles the Pres idents utterances were de nounced as socialistic That the head of a Government now un moneytpower should boldly declare a threatIshock to the heads of great trusts and monopolies Henry Watterson has the right idea about the growth of the es tates which are greater than the enablega few captains of industries to amass wealth which is greater than that ever possessed by the powerful princes of India Let the people elect members of Congress who will smash the tariff wall Then the danger of a continuation of the accumula tion of immense fortunes will be over President Roosevelts idea might be applied thereafter Albany Press Wrote ills Own Marriage Notice Bert Headly editor of the Gay lord Kan Sentinel was mar ried a few days ago to Miss Ger trude editorsMr Headly took the liberty of writing his own marriage notice which he did in the following humorous style This is the first instance in several year of newspaper work that the writer has dared to tell the truth about a wedding with out fear of getting licked and does so now with keen relish The groom is an editor and is not an accomplished and popular leader of society but in fact heIdoesnt know as much about as a rabbit His hair is red and freckles on his face crowd each other for room In the dust it is hard to distinguish him from a telephone pole He has never considered that the future look ed very bright or promisingit- has always kept him too busy paying his board bills to have any dreams about future great ness He is just a common sort of fellow and claims distinction only in that he is a Kansan from the sole of his clumsy feet to the top of his head The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs J N White and was born and reared in the Solomon valley Judging from the job she has taken on her hands she is a young lady of more than ordinary nerve 4 Democrats are getting together on the good old principles laid down by Jefferson and are united on the Jackson andTilden war cries of retrenchment and reform It is said Charley Lewis of Shelbyville contracted the State Senatorial malady and al though young will make good timber I Ti PROGRAMME OF The Annual Convention of the Columbia Dis P t tri lwhich will Convene at Burkesville 1 May 24th to 27th 1906 730 DevotionalT S Buckingham S 740 Address Kentucky Missions Mark Collis 810 Address Columbia District MissionsRobert Kirby and Til T Williams FRIDAY MORNING 930 DevotionalTobias Huffaker 945 Address EFFECTIVENESS OF PRAYER f1 In Respect to God i 2 As Affecting Mankind T S Buckingham and JohnLyons 1035 Address Are we a Denomination Dr H L Cartwright and Charley Coop i Appointment of Committees AFTERNOON 200 DevotionalJohn Lyons 215 AddressChristianity Not Merely a Dogma but aLife- Tobias Huffaker 240 The Church as a FamilyZ T Williams and John Lyons EVENING 730 DevotionalW K Azbill 745 Open ParliamentThe Benefits of the C W B M to the Church Led by Mrs Z T Williams t 820 Queries Answered SATURDAY MORNING 900 DevotionalZ T Williams 820 Church Federation Its Meaning and Result W K Azbill and T S Buckingham 1010 Address Why do we Mutilate the GospelTobias Huffaker 1100 The Worlds Wonderful Book Robt Kirby and R M Hopkins AFTERNOON 200 DevotionalMrs Z T Williams 215 Reports From the Churches 225 Reports from Evangelist 240 Address The Personality and influence of the Holy Spirit Z T Williams and Charley Cook EVENINGwi ii t 730 DevotionalJohn Lyons The Bible School 745 Jesus The Great Teacher R M Hopkins 815 Wrong and Right use of LiteratureHorace Jeffries and John Ritchey 840 The Spiritual Atmosphere of the Bible SchoolMrs W K Azbill and T S Buckingham Services Sunday Morning at 10 oclock Z T WILLIAIISCommittee W K John A liobson 17000 Rolls Watt Paper 2 12 Cents to 25 Cents per Rol- lWoven Wire Fence Poultry Netting Screen Wire Metal Roofing Galvanized Sheet iron Guttering Lime Salt Cement Samples of Wall Paper Sent on Applic- ationGreensburg Kentucky LUMBER WONTED I marketfqrLumber Yard Wefllve fair In suedtion and pau highest sash prices Give us a u Trial Standard SaWM1H60 B F RflKE TRflW =Manager E fl NEW fiRftY Yard Foreman L i 1cc f r r ii1 to j Coffins AND Caskets ofCoffinssold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it patronize IJ E Snow Russell Springs crensha1I Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or sur gical work done at fairprices I am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMBIA POINTMENT woE Ltestef DENTIST Jamestown KedtuGku J r- tJ r f i dbF ri a twi Mt dVrflt EVA vry ASA i J6 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS J COLUMBIA KY J MAY 16 1906 I H I fy wwwl v7fc fii t t S i l irnm CORRESPONDENTS I IjrII rt GRADYVILLE 1 Thos Gowan was in town Fri t i rday r The new bank has not been located yet The cold weather last week had our people uneasy about their gar dens R vG Y Wilson filled his regular appointment here last Sunday with an interesting dis course N H Moss spent several days last week in Metcalfe looking aft er a saw mill C S- week Bell spent a few days this at Burkesville looking after stocfc Gov J R Hindman was here the first of the week looking aft er his farming interests Tobacco plants are about ready for sticking and the prospects are good for a large crop to be set Miss Lorena Pile and Geo T Flowers of Columbia were the Guests of Mrs C O Moss last Sunday Mr and Mrs L C Hindman visitad the home of Mr W A Hindman near Milltown Satur day a Your reporter has taken espe cial notice of the apple prospects in this section and he finds not onehalf of a crop That means no dried here Mr Lewis C Hindman sold C S Bell two extra good heifers for 40 a I All last week the Wilmore Ho tel was full up with commercial men J A Diddle bought a nice Zurich qf hogs from G T Flow ers t56p per hundred Mr and Mrs J T Kemp of Bradfordsville and Mr and Mrs J IX Yalker of Columbia were t egests of Mr H C Walker and family last Sunday iJ Mr Sandusky county court clerk of Metcalf was here last Friday SD Caldwell of Portland was here Thursday and spent a few hours with J A Diddle over the checkerboard t Columbiajis spe g a w ys and Charlie Diddle on the farm this week irrLindsayJWilson spent Sunday with J A I Wilmore qyiti Key Wright corner of our able divines preached at theMethod- ist church Sunday night One 9ff the most uptodate book agents that has struck our town for ages is Jfr Billie Grids r er of Weed who is selling The Great Destruction of San Frant CISCO V Our told friend and former ne McOaffreyifwiusliiudngnaiids with friends here clamor so so last week Mr Townsend and wife lira qMAflons alid MiSs At rf vT 191it f 1 L ijh 4c Dohoney of Milltown were call ing on friends here one day last week WP Nunly and wife were at the Wilmore House one night last week while enroute to Columbia Tom Wilson of Cave City was with our stockmen last week Mrs G Y Wilson entertained several of her Scottsville friends weekWesley England who received a considerable shock from a fall while at work in the mill at this place has about recovered and is on the stage of action again J T Hamilton reports prospects good for a crop in the Nell community Watch for it It will pay you to watch for the very first symptom of indigestion or liver trouble and to prevent the trouble from gaining headway by quickly taking Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Nothing is more weakening to the sys tem than chronic dyspepia and all its complications Nothing will cure it so quickly pleasantly and surely as Syrup Pepsin Sold by Dr J N Page of Columbia and Page and Moors Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails BLISS Mrs Lizzie Pennington of Thurlow is visiting friends in this community- Dr U L Taylor and wife of Columbia were visitors at Dr W T Grissoms Friday W F and Z M Staples of Columbia were here Thursday Mrs M J Murrell Columbia spent a few days of last week with her daughter Mrs S T HughesC Herriford sold three calves to E M Staples for 24 H C Bottom and son were here Friday Heavy coats and hearth fires were things of comfort the past weeJt Smith Nell bought lastweek of Ed Staples 5 hogs and from J 0 and B F Grissom 14 hogs at 540 per cwt J D Flowers and wife of Co lumbia spent a few days with thefamily M L Grissom last week C Mi Herriford visited in Columbia Thursday There are great complaints about cut worms playing havoc with young corn during the cool spell Miss Minnie Kemp of the M F High School faculty was here Saturday and Sunday the guest of her pupil Wallace Gris somCorn planted some time ago is coming up well and isjbeing work edover for the first time Wheat is heading out and the prospect is good for a crop Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kinga New LifeTflk When liver and bowels go on gtrlke they quickly settle the trouble and the purifying work goes right on Belt cure for conatip ion headache anddiz nncaa 25cmtT EPaulladruaifta I Yi t f r BRADFORDSYILtE i- To ii r7 rf FRIENDS AT GRADYVILL- EIf there is a people upon earth that I love more than any other it is the citizenship of Gradyvifle I notice in the News a prospective bank at your place Now if my friends and relatives are building a bank for their convenience it is all right but if for an invest ment it will certainly be a mis takeWe have a bank at Brad ordsville and we are all satisfied and our stock sold sometime ago at 110 and we make 6 per cent per annum interest But we are nine miles from Lebanon and 20 to 25 miles from any other bank While our loans and deposits run about 50000 still we make only 6 per cent So you see our bank with such large territory in a goodcountry is only a conven ience and not a money maker some promoters or organizers of banks make money out of the or ganization in the way of furnish ing the fixtures safe and cashier and then go away leaving the stockholders with thebag to hold Consider well the proposition before you are right then go ahead if you like SincerelyJ C YATES Let Everybody Work And the world would be more happy and contented Just consider how much pain and trouble results in your body when your liver or stomach stop work ing Happily you can soon set them to work again cure your pains and restore yourself to health and content ment with Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Try it Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails t KNIFLEY Plenty of rain the last ten days and farm work very much retard ed Some farmers are done planting corn others havent planted any gardens look well but need cultivationWheat oats and grasses never looked better for the season To bacco plants are plentiful but no land prepared for transplanting Vergil Knifley bought span of horses from W T Hendrickson of Caseyc Creek f r225 H B Ingram has been very sick for Several weeks Dr J C Gose is building anew yard fence adding much to the appearance of his premises The drummers have become So numerous with our merchants that it is impossible to give them personal mention A C Wheeler has a blackberry vine called the Evergreen Purchased of the Knoxville Nursery that is three years old and is- clairnedto t produce a white berry Itis now in full bloom iB Tucker was in our town afewa days ago and reports farmers yery nuch behind with their work The Kentucky Singletree and Spoke Co are receiving hickory i timber rapidly at tins time owe ing to wet weather t ZT Campbell was in this sec tion thee other daycloteing F W Millers last year tax ksjQ- I SZK ll n7r s iVv 5AirTsrT apeARr i fb l a if A S W 11 m AND BE CONVINCED THAT X our Styles are the i NEWEST Assortment LARGEST ixi Quality the BEST thIe LOWEST m v CAR LOAD OF BUGGIES JUST RECEIVED 5 iiiv HARDWARE FARM IMPLEMENTS FIELD SEEDS FERTILIZERS HARNESS SADDLES IE v Columbiar Ky in in v wow vw v liwviv v yv v i mi niiC iiv m il i irmiiCmn nC m iilC Clean House Today Dont wait till tomorrow but clean house today with Dr Caldwells laxa tive Syrup Pepsin Of course we mean your house of flesh and boneyour body This is the best house you own and should get the most care Yet most people neglect it in a dreadful manner As a result stomach liver and bowels soon get out of order and cause great pain distress and dangerous interal diseases The only safe sure cure is Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep sin It clears out all causes of sick ness cures constipation and indiges tion cleans house and makes you Well Try it Sold by Dr J N Page of Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails ROWS X ROADS There will be a Decoration at Moores school house three miles southeast of Jamestown May 30 1906 The following are invited to speak on that day Capt W W Bradshaw Capt John L Phelps Revs F J Rarger A Whitten G R Abrel Joseph Goodman Hon 0 B Bertram James Meadows and S B Collins All are invited to attend Thomas Hadley Chairman The Dedication at Hays Chap el last Sunday was a success in every way Brother pulse preached a great sermon to the delight of all after which he made a call for 108 to free the church from debt after which he gave the house to the service of the Lord A large crowd was present and reasonably good orI prevailedMrs Dirting and sons of Amandaville were visiting her sister Susie Hadley here last j week Annie Dean is visiting 1Miss anmotheri in New Albany Ind this week Rev A Whitten is in Casey this week trying to get a new church ready for dedication by the first of August while Bishop Carter will be in this country l1adeHappy Tor Life Great happiness came into the home ofS C Blair school superintendent at St Albans W Vt when his little daughter wasrestorett from the dreadful complaint he names He says My little daughter had St Vitus Dance which elded to no treatment but grew steadily worse until as a last resort we tried Electric Bitters and 1 rejoice to say three bottles effected a complete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general debility female 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