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Sundays ineachmoath Sunday chool jmfcbbath at 9 a m Prayers meeting ThurMT htiAPT18T GKBKNSBUKQ STHBT ptor First and third ffadays in each month Sunday School every SaVatiii at 9 L m Prayermeetiw f Wednesday night SERISTIAN CAIIPBJLLSV Eld ZT Williams pee torServices icon and Fourth Sundays In each month Sunay chool every Sabbath at 930 a m Prarermeencedneed1Jnlght dDGE soNIc OITWBLA I gnu N 96F and A MRegnlar ting in their half erbank on Fri day night on or before the tu l m in each month ion Montgomery W M E G Atkins Secrete f COLUMBIA CHAPTER R L M No 7 meets Friday PnightHorace Jeffries tSet rCOLMBIA COUNCIL D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon icch month- S G ATKINS TL M T R STULTS RBCOBEER As the eason is Open for Wool I Adawillit and adjoining9Qnties that I am PAYING TOE HIGIiCT MARKET PRICES Jor Wool The prices ranges from 25c td 27evf or Wool in the Grease from 5e to 37d fn Picked Wool Burry and Black Wool 1c to 20 cts- Columbia SAM L WIS Kentucky CITIZENS LIFE INSURANCE CO LOUISVILLE KY I am representing the alxnfe named company n dair and adjoining tie It is one of the best companies doing usine 8and has written an immense lot of iBiuniMM aice its organization It is a home im and home people should place theirpith it Fur fur ther information see w JH Ii Agent fi I 1rNOte1 ANDuiant rW N BrM 3Sn- P r r I 1 r a rsirMaCoMFORTADLZ bMiee adieiLiie- LE MIM M L- f fl i iQUIET WEDDING it Mrw F Hancock and Miss Effie f Bradshaw Join Hands ti Last Wednesday evening at 830 o clock Mr W F Hancock and Miss Effle Bradshaw both of this city were theandbrides parents Mr and Mrs Tim Bradshaw Only relatives and a few intt ceremon-ywhich was impressively performed by Eld ZT Williams This marriage was not a surprise to the friends of the contracting parties as they had been going together for several years every body believing that they would ultimately marry The groom is a son of Judge Junuis Hancock and is deputy clerk of the Adair circuit court and is popular this numerous friends The bride is one of Columbias hand some and very deserving young worn en and for several years has been con ducting in connection with her mother a millinery business in Columbiai tIn testimony of the popularity of Mr and Mrs Hancock they recfeved a number of handsome and useful presents i J v The News extends its best wishes trusting that happiness at all times- may abide with them V For the present the couple will have roomS at the Hancock Hotel HOMECOMING Free pass to Campbellsville and red turnI Good for two weeks THE LYON BUGGY Go t i HOTEL CHANGES IJANpS Friday morning of this week Mrs M EMarcum who has been conduct ingthe Marcum Hotel in this place since the death of her husband will retire from the business and will re move to her home on Burkesville street Under her management the hotel has had a fine run of trade treating guests in a most hospitable and courteous manner The- reputation hotel has a firstclass and Mrs Marcums friends regret exceedingly that she decided to retire from the business During Mrs Marcums reign as hostess her accomplished daughter Miss Daut Marcum was the financial manager and the shelpbuilding will succeed Mrs Marcum as proprietor He has employed Mrs L G Hurt as hostess and manager of the cullinary affairs She is a most excel dent lady and will see that her depart ment is not out classed by any hotel in Southeastern Kentucky Mrs Mar cum webid you good bye with pleas ure we introduce Mr Barbee CARD FROM J C YATES The article from Gradyville signed G T F of May 23 reminds me that I have not lived at Gradyville for twenty years and I suppose I must ad= i mit I do not know her ability to do thingsI delighted to see such a feeling manifested as predominates in the above mentioned article and since Bradfordsville has water works Camp bellsville electric lights and Springfield selling tons and tons of ice to Lebanon each week I see no reason why Grady ville cant have and do as much as those three towns Then too all they indus triM would bring Gradyville both ar pike and a rilroadtIlihiink G FIf very much for thf invitation to return to thehonie O- ftyoiJDJ and w111 be sure to p io whin all the above named ih- pl ii p nentI een aecur dtih iK kt8tic1c19DaYieCroekett ado- aiti i Bi sure yon are thtpilisad L C yf she1 y fI i fxr f x r p+i oppppor Homeorning For Ex = Adair County People JUNE 19th You will want that new BuggyrSurrey of Driving Wagonyou know you will before that time to give your old friends and relatives a ride over the County of their childhood showing them the wonderful improvements in old Adair and adjoining counties io Anticipating ill advance the large demand there will be for Buggies Surreys and Driving Wagons in the NEXT TWO W EKS- J i ThE LYON BUGG COMPANY i t CAMP iltSYJUX have just received two Car Loads and ex Pect two more to reach them by Saturday Having already received this season Six Car Loads besides quite a number of local shipments most of which have been sold 5 J There will be incliidedd in these FOUR CARS all kinds and styles from the cheapest to the highest priced It is an undesputed fact that you can find the Greatest Variety and most Complete Assort i me tQtVehicles in their large repository thanTfi will be found in any dealers stock in the State THEY ARE MAKING VERY LIBERAL PROPO SITION FOR THE NEXT 3 WEEKS t agreeing to payVour toll both ways feed you and your horse if you will come to Campbellsville and inspect their stock and guarantee to save you V more than enough to amply pay you for your trouble in making the trip in the price of a vehicle besides the satis faction you will have from being able to see and select just what you want- S From Their Mammoth StockI Their Prices H defy any and all kinds of coinAe tition Their trade so far this sea son has been immence far beyond q any thing in the past Their large list of well pleased and satisfied customers in Taylor Marion Green Adair Larue Casey Russell andICumberland counties is a COls advertisement for them Take a peep at the rear end of any new vehicle you see and see if you don t find THE LYON BUGGY CDS jo name plate n90ut of every 10 i jobs Undoubtedly this immense business is gratifying t They give their customers more goods for same money and same goods for less JIQeX t territoryi t JMC 1 V 4I c 1M t iLk I TRIP TO SAND LICK SPRING Dr J N Page in company with Harry Chilson visited the noted San Lick Spring recently The doctor was perfectly delighted with the ate and the scenery along the route The road from here to the springes somewhat different from the ordinary pike bu when he reached the Crocus hills he found the highway macademized with rock ranging in size from a mans head to a hogshead making the road smooth and easy When he reached the top of one of the tallest hills he could see the place of his destination in the far distance He became so elated knowing that he would soon reach the health giving water he was thrown into one of his poetical moods and therein the presence of Mr Chilson he sent these words to the breezes- Ifyou want to grow fat and slick Turn your eyes toward Sand Lick The noted resort will soon be reached When I get there Ill ba a peach Afterdelivering these beautiful lines which he will set to music the whip was laid on the mule and ina short time he pulled up at the spring and was soon comfortably situated unde- one of the majestic trees that surrouuds this famous and popular watering place The doctor is not loquacious ratherI reticent but iipon this occasion he me- a number of his old acquaintances an of course he was forced to talk telling many of his interesting stories While he entertained his friends with nara tives the Sand Lick band occupied the varanda of the hotel and discoursed delightful music for the doctors special enjoymentHe to Columbia at 530 in the afternoon announcing that he would visit the spring again at an early day DR C D MOORE The subject of this writing resides at Cane Valley Adair county but is a native of Greensburg He is now eighty years old past his birthday being the 17th of last April For many years he was one of Green countys most prom inent physicians but in 1900 he gave up the practice not for lack of health and vitality but because he could use his time more profitably When our war with Mexico broke out Dr Moore enlisted in Capt Moss company and served until the endof that struggle Returning home he took up the study of medicine and in 1850 he graduated from the University of Louisville Some years later he took a course in medicine in Philadelphia and also in New York When the war of the re bellion came on he enlisted in the Fed eral army and was made surgeon of the 13th Kentucky infantry Gen Hob sons regiment During the four years of that bloody strife he amputated one hundred limbs of wounded soldiers Dr Moore is now in fine healthand steps as quickly as a man forty years his junior He is a classical scholar and is a most entertaining conversa tionalist Since he became a citizen of Adair county he has made many warm personal friends all of whom wishjthat his life may be prolonged until he reaches the century mark He notifies the News that he is anxious for a Fair promising to be in attendance the first four days It is very gratifying to the Old School Presbyterians Adair County to know that said body and the Cumberland Presbyterians are now united and that there is no longer two separate church es After the vote OIL the union at Des Moines Iowa had been taken the Moderator made the announcement using the following language eel do solemnly declare and here publicly an uouncstbst the baiii of re uiuoa 1 and union k now in full force and effectAr attar tbtaeo CirborPrsb- ii rtdwW iM Ll r lar the Uaited StAtei r l WOES OfA TRAVELING MAN Paducahdstruck Columbia last Thursday and stopped at the Marcum Hotel He opened his samples and notified our merchants that he was ready to show tonethat his Fall stock had been purchased hence it was unnecessary to look at samples After supper a News man engaged him in conversation asking about his success etc Ill tell you my friend I have been traveling for three weeks at an expense of four or five dollars a day No finer lot of sam ples was ever on the road than the ones I carry but not a man have I ever got to look at them and my house writing me every day to push business How can I push business if the mer chants wont look at my sambles Can you tell me No I am going to ship my trunks to St Louis in the morning and you tell all your friends I have gone to my wife and children in Paducah JUNE WEDDING rMr and Mrs William Eades of Bart Wayne county announce that their daughter Miss Willie Pierce Eades will be married to Mr George Tuesdayda m Immediately after the ceremony the couple will leave for Columbia and upon their arrival will begin house keeping in the new residence just com pleted by the intended groom The intended bride is said to be a young lady of rare accomplishments and is quite popular with all her associates Mr Flowers is in business he eand is a courteous gentheman and liked by every body We are gratified at our wonderful success so far this season but we are not satisfiedto be satisfied means to drift We are not content to rest on past success Our intention is to make The Lyon Buggy Co Campbellsville not only the largest dealers and best medium to supply the trade in Central Kentucky with buggies saddlery and harness now an undisputed fact But we are determined to press forward being ever on the look out for improve ments new styles and lower prices that will eventually make us the lead ing and largest business of the kind in the State We certainly feel very grateful to our many friends in old Adair the home of our childhood for the very liberal share of patronage they have given us and we will at all times endeavor to give such values and fair treatment if you will continue to help us Send your friends with the assurance that we will at all times endeavor to give more goods and bet ter values for same money and same goods and same values forless money than any other dealers in the country Yours to please THE LYON BUGGY Co- Campbellsville Ky There is not a doubt but a large number of former Adair county cit izens will be here on the 19th of June the day set apart for a great ingather ing at the Fair Grounds They will want to meet as many of their old friends as possible and make as many new ones as they can during their short stay They should be royally enterian tamed hence every body in Adair is invited to the Fair Grounds on that date and all who may come are expected to bring basketsv A good vbancl and a number ofpromujenb sspeaker fr will entertain the vast throb Theca a e of the CommonwWltli 4 Against Mrs SiMieMomtgowwryi char = jf ed with 1rmte DLa hldWumcaDdtak j W farticles rwoite in tafc 1iQrJ eR1ere JItlntforcormctioD iittwon tke care ii t i i d J IHEl ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY MAY 30 6IKENTUCKY DEMOCRATS Third District Plan Will be Followed All Over the State aflranklin Ky May 23 It is known here that the plan adopted by the Third Congres sional Distrct Convention at Greenville yesterday in declaring infavor of a primary November to nominate a senatorial candi date and State officers will be adopted in every district in the State This means that a State prima ry will be held at the November election to select candidates for State offices as well as recom mend to the Legislature a can didate to be voted for as the Dem ocratic nominee for United States Senator to succeed Hon James B McCrearyThe by the Third District convention was not the result of an impulse of the mo ment but had been thoroughly discussed not only by the Demo crats of Third district but by Democrats throughout the State Those who urged that a Demo cratic State primary be held at the same time that Comgressmen are voted for advanced as their reasonsthat such a plan will get out a full Democratic vote of the State and will reflect the wishes of all the Democratic voters Incidently it means that a hot summer campaign will begin im mediately every prospective can didate will put his forces in the field and stump the State urging his claims for offices A growing sentiment through out the State has been in favor of a primary convention coinci dent with November election and from advance advices received 4t is known that the plan meets with the hearty approval of the rank and file of the party The resolutions adopted by the Greenville is as follows Believing that the Republican party backed by the corporate wealth of the country will use every effort to obtain control of the lower house of Congress and that it is the Democratic duty to bring out as large a vote as pos sible in the congressional elec tion in November and believing further that the people soould control all offices by a direct vote and that a primary honestly and fairly conducted is the best method of expressing the senti ment of the vote the convention respectfully suggests and re quests the Democratic State Ex ecutive Committee to call a Dem ocratic State primary on the day of the next November general State election for the purpose of nominating a United States Sen ator and all State officials It is estimated that 20 per cent Iof the young men recently ap plying for admission to the naval academy at Annapolis failed in the physical examination because of what physicians call tobacco heart This disease is brought about by excessive indulgence in smoking and is of very grad ual though not less dangerous growth Its symptoms are not apparent to the victim and it is en he applies for life in jssion to the naval that he bee To bacco heart means a weakened organ A well known English man who recently visited in America declares he has never seen smoking carried to such excess as in America No town will become a good business center so long as its business men rely on a few mer chants to make the effort to bring trade to town Too often the men in a few lines of trade are about the only ones that reach out after custom Other merchants wait until these me induce the people to come to town and content themselves with trade that naturally drifts to their place A public spirited man should ask himself if he is doing his part to attract people to comeltoltown to trade in helping the entire business commu nity and no town is a success un less all lines are working to ex tend the trade as far as possible and trying to bring a larger ter ritory in the circles in which the town is the business center HOPE AS FRIEND AND ENEMY Human life hath not a surer friendnor many times a greater enemy than hope Tis the mis erable mans god which in the hardest gripe of calamity never fails to yield him beams of comfort Tis the presumptuous mans devil which leads him a while in a smooth way and then makes him break his neck on a sudden Hope is to a man as a bladder to a learning swimmer it keeps him from sinking in the bosom of s the waves and by that help he may attain the exercise but yet it many times makes him venture beyonL his height and then if that breaks or a storm rises he drowns without recov ery How many would die did not hope sustain them How many have died by hoping too much This wonder we may find in hope that she is both a flatterer and a true friend Feltham GIVE US ALL THE NEWS The publisher insists on his correspondent being absolutely fair If an item of news is in existence concerning a party who is not especially admired by our correspondent they should not allow this dislike to exclude the feature from the columns What we want is the news it matters not whom it is about This writer confesses he has a kindlier feeling toward those who are friends to the paper to such an extent that they patronize it but the fact that one does not take the paper does not prevent the existence of many worthy news item about the nonsubscriber and his family Write the news write it fairlY After while the party will grow embarrassed and ashamed and will conclude to be your friend and a friend to the paper which shows this kind of a spirit and will be its supporter The news and all the new is what we are everlastingly after Let us have it without regard to your likes or dislikesJ DESIRABLE HOME FOR SALE My residence rinthe town of Colum bia built last Fall It contains eight rooms and necessary outbuildings Will sell at a bargain tf WC Clement REPUBLICAN SIMPLICITY Heres the way the great American Republic sees to it that liberty equality and frater nity are protected in a smaller republic which is so fortunate as to have secured her friendly in terestMorethan 600 marines will confront liberal leaders on the Isthmus of panama in case they attempt to promote riots and revolution at tne time of the 20nAlthough the canal zone is under the Secretary of War there is no indication that the War Department will have any troops near the Isthmus at the time of the approaching election and Secretary Taft must rely upon the marine corps to protect the canal zone Only 200 marines are on the Isthmus at present They are in command of Maj C G Long More than 400 marines are on the Columbia which is on its way to Guantanamo and will be within easy call in case the politics become stormy in Panama This large detachment ofmarines is in command of Maj Lejeune The Marblehead which is now sailing southward is only a few days from the Isthmus and carries only a small detachment of marines The zone police force has been strengthened materially and is so well equipped that it is in reality a miniature army and is ready to serve at any time Under the leadership of the well trained marines it is believed the police force will be able to quell any disturbances which may arise SORRY FOR MR ROOSEVELT The Times which has found in Mr Roosevelt the man much to admire little to condemn and in the President qualities of courage truth and leadership which deserve support regard less of partisan consideration regrets in common with the Presidents friends everywhere that his course in the railway rate regulation discussion has not been marked by his characteristic fair dealing Mr Roose velt has played politics at the expense of his professions His attempt to excuse himself for it would be natural for most men It does not sit well with Theo dore Roosevelt It isa mistake in policy Also incidentally a mistake in judgment Mr Tillman has the goods Louisville Times Clean House Today Dont wait till tomorrow but cyan house today with Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Of course we mean your house of flesh and bone your 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 andbowelfJsoon get out of order and causegreat 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 lion cins house andmakes you well Tryit Sold by DrJ N Page of Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 5Qc and 1100 Money back it it falls f The heart that is hot passion may havean icyface forl the poor Chicago Ttibune i 4FL IARED ic COACH HORSE HLi- h i NOT A WESTERN DRAFT HORSE But a Norse Kentucky Breaders should give their attention to from now until Seas n opens Dont yourHorsesARWED Is a Dark Brown Stallion 16 hands will weigh 1250 pounds and possesses all the tyle and Germanyand10 insure a living colt at the stables of CHAPMEN BROWNING Milltown Ky 700tot GERMAN COACH HORSE ASSOCIATIONI BY Chapmam Browning Milltovrttv J C M WISEMAN SON I Diamonds and Precious Stones JewIersandOpticians H Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line I Oposite Music Mall W Market 1132 1st 2d StLouisviiie KyI Weekly Courier Journal S5O And The News IAD1Pre to fix Pumps Tinworfc Woodwork and all kinds of repairing a Specialty Horseshoeing and Blacksmithing I am prepared to dp your buggy repairing on short notice C t Lots oxWTSR DJJr WADE H CtifiSNKSu l Ira r tr jf 1 b c Jill l V IAi m7TCi mi- m vI Vw EJfsin fr4 171IMill and Crusher vV m I am ready to furnish firstclass Meal and Crushed Feed BRING IOUR CORN you get the meal it makes the Old Fashion way 17land J s C NEW BUT THE rrlI4LERH HAS HAD THE v EXPERIENCEer 9II LOCATION NEAR EUBANKS SHOP w H WILSON I w ll iv l jCv- i I7ft71 7fIII IUI 7Kt 7r7r7KIn V I Frank Corcoran HIGHGRADE MAR 11BLE AND GRANATE I 3 llkindI adir fullyj solicited See us before you buy w w 3 JVeun Street Iiebanon t Ktobuck TELEPHONE 1872 t v 1f rl t y flrnemightSohsJo t FURNITURE CARPE t RUGS AND DRAFERlM i STtoMr UUISYILLE f J rrSi1h 1 ftf i t i t r I r f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY MAY 30 1906 7c i Enterprise HotelC- has F Gans Bro Props 223243 W Market St Bet Floyd and Preston Louisville Kentucky RATES 100 Per Day Absolute satisfaction guaranteed Special rates to Boarders The Southern Dome Is a f1v 4XV Worthy Magazine 3 vl t2 T And should teVf Be in every home THE NEWS 100 per year THE HOME 100 per year One Dollar paid in Advance getsthem both Send name address and remittance to THE NEWS X 3 xx x x fx xx S DID YOU SKY You Wanted Good Doors and Windows f QUICK 4 4 Send your orders to the J BEST Sash and Door HouseIn e 4 The South II E L HUGHES CO4215 211219iMain St fLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 4444444444444444444 ro Do You Want a i 8S HOME 9 LIf so we can furnish you oneany kind you want Wefihave for sale a great variety of farms dwelling houses business houses and business propositions DO YOU WANT A FARM forwhatfwhat improvements where located how you willing to invest and any other pertinent information Isizehave farms of all sizes character and prices and we I certain to interest you if you are on the market A card will bring you one of our printed lists KentuGku Real Estate Company I I66ntral KENTUCKY To Tobacco Shippers We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connect ed directly or indirectly with any other ware house or warehouse company We conduct a Strictly Independent Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business C A BRIDGES CO Props PICKETT TOBAGCO WAREHOUSE LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY r TtiE PBTTE SOf4tiOTE No better place can be found than the above rnamed hotel It is new elepntlyfUlDl8htd tFandtbeta1 at aU times supplied with the best the market affords Feed stable in a connection J f t J pATTS 0 pn J r18STO r A PARENTS SCHOOL DUTY I r BY L F HOLLADAY Patrons of the common schools and fellow teachers of Adair CountyI you know how im portant it is that between the home and the schools there should exist cordial and sympathetic re lations for as a rule the child rens progress at school is regulated by the home attitude to ward the schools If parents are indifferent children also are in different If parents are inter ested in school work new impulse is given to the childrens interestParents should strive to under stand the teacher and hold him at the highest standard Nc teacher can do justice to himself and pupils if he is made an ob ject of constant and severe criti cism Expressions of disproval should never be made in the pres ence of children for antagonism between the home and the school destroys the value of the school to the children The progressive teacher will not let the pupil find the school room dull and lessons tedious Everything should be designed to please the childrens fancy andr secure attention The tendency has been to render school work easy and interesting The memory is not so much taxed as the children are encouraged think to reason and to observe and the general informaton existing among the school children proves that the modern methods of in struction although far from be ing perfect are far better than the old methods Yet there is danger of prolonging babyhood beyond the time when child ren should be engaged in earnest study Parents as well as teach ers should strive to begin at the right time the disipline of the mental faculties for very early in life children learn to be indo lent or industrious To save chil dren from all exertion and to help them over difficulties is practic ed by many parents as well as a few teachers to such an extent that it is injurious to the child ren They become learners not lifters We find where one child is overworked in school and twenty who are not accom plishing what they should accom plish Where one needs holding back the others need pushing forward The overworkedchild is the exception not the rule Parents should encourage child ren to study at home An hours study after supper or in the morning will produce favorable results upon health and progress in school work- Betwee1J work and play a strong dividing line should be drawn Children should not daw dle over a lesson two hours that by close application can be learned in one half an hourit takes away all taste for either the les son or play- Parents are not so Busy that they can not find time to visit the schools and manifest an Interest in the education of their children To find fault with a teachers methodofcondultiDgtheschQOIDntdoing If the teacher isunworthY of his work renKM the 1drett from under hisnee but if thei are allowed to remain parents are duty bound to acknowledge the teachers fitness and give him a hearty cooperation and support There should be enthusiasm ga ing on in school work and parents shouldconsider themselves a committee whose duty it is to do all possible for the great cause of education GLENSFORK Extensive preparations are be irig made for Childrens Day at this place first Sunday in June H K Taylor and wife visited the family of F A Rosenbaum Columbia last week Rev Rowes of Barboursville LexingtonI the 3rd Sunday evening delivering a very able discourse Our school teachers will teach as follows Laura Rosenbaum at Harveys Ridge Annie Sandusky at Gum Grove F A Strange at Simpson school house E A Strange at Glensfork and J V Dudley at Inroad Thomas Green has moved his saw mill to RichrdAtkins place 2J miles south of here He will manufacture a large quantity of lumber there this season as he has collected over 400 logs already and has many more to be deliv ered JUDGE ASA P SIMPSON The passing of the subject of this article whose death occurred Sunday morning May 6 1906 at his late home in Jamestown Ky removes from Russell county one of her most prominent and influ ential citizens As was said upon the streets of Columbia when the intelligence of his death was phoned here It will be a long time before Jamestown will have another A P Simpson He was one of the kindest men the writer ever knewat all times in fine spirits and ever ready to meet his acquaintances with a cordiality that denoted true friendship He was with out malice and was never known to speak derogatory of his fellow men It they had faults he threw the mantle of charity about them saying Go and sin no moreHe was a typical Kentucky gentleman and perhaps fed more persons gratuitiously than any other one man during his life in Jamestown He walked in that straight and narrow path that leads to eternal life and when the end came his friends truly said He is not deadasleep in the arms of his Master When quite a young man he made a profession of his faith in Christ united with the Christian church and was consistent until his eyes were closed in death For years he was a ruling Elder and held that position in the Church when th eend came The funeral services were held at the church Monday May 7 conducted by Eld Z T Williams who spoke tenderly of the life and character of the deceased A large number of friends were resent to pay their last respects to the honored dead After religious services there m iiithere t riioyer to the llalfertterh v the Qe I J I ti ing deposited in the city cemetery at Jamestawn with the usual formalities- To the sorrowing wife and children the writer would say weep not but be ready to meet husband and father when the summons comes in that celestial home where there is neither sick ness nor partings Asa P Simpson was born in Adair county Ky September 18 1834 was married to Miss Sophia L Jones December 16th 1862 To this union ten children were born seven of whom are living He was made a Master Mason in Marrowbone Lodge in 1859 was also a Royal Arch Mason a mem ber of Columbia Chapter No 7 He was clerk of the Russell Cir cuit Court eighteen years and was county clerk sixteen years He also served one term as Coun ty Judge was Taster Commis sioner several years and in 1883 84 he represented 71Russell and Casey counties in the lower branch of the Kentucky Legisla ture In all these positions he filled them with credit to him self and to the perfect satisfac tion of his constituentsJ E M TRIBUTE OF RESPECT WHEREAS On Sunday morning May 6 1906 the Giver of all that is good removed from the daily walks of life our beloved Companion Asa P Simpson a Royal Arch Mason a member of Columbia Chapter No 7 and transplanted his spirit in that home beyond the skies therefore be itResolved Thatin the death of Companion Simpson Russell county loses one ofhe most pop ular and influencial citizens his wife a loving and devoted hus band his children a kind and in dulgent father and Columbia Chapter No 7 a most zealous CompanionThat altar ofthis Chapter be draped in mourning and that the members wear the usual badge for a deceasedmember for thirty days That a copy of these resolu tions be spread upon the records of this Chapter a copy furnished to the sorrowing family and that the Adair County News and Co lumbia Spectator be requested to publish same JAS GARNETT C S HARRIS ROWES X ROADS Mrs Dean of New Albany Ind is visiting herson Charley and family at this place Since my last letter Mr Paul Wolford and Miss Ollie Selby Mr Owen Lawless and Miss Le via Chapman have married They have my best wishes Otha Shearer and his baby five months old died last Friday al most at the same time They were laid to rest next day the baby in the fathers arms Very dry here and vegetation sufferingCancer the breast is eating the life away of Mrs Walkup who makes her home with James McKinley The SunySchol fe Moores scl lhouseii a success Frank Liiwleus tbeiSu tefdift i it t h 1 t i i l RJt 4 tf MAY MARRY AT SEVEN It will perhaps be news to many that in England a boy and girlmay contract a marriage at the age of seven and that the marriage can only be avoided or finally ratified when the boy and girlreach the age of fourteen and twelve respectively The minimum ages of fourteen anditwelve which are necessary for a final and legal marriage are also the minimum ages recognized in Spain Portugal Switz erland Greece and for Roman Catholics only in Hungary Ger many France Russia and Saxony do not recognize as legal marriages of boys under eighteen while in France the bride must have counted at least fifteen Summers and in Russia twelve Turkey perhaps offers more fa cilities for the marriage of infants than any other European country Turkish requirements are satisfied if bride and bride groom are old enough to toddle i from the cradle to the altar and to understand the meaning of the ceremony ofmarriage The South Carolina Democra tic convention adopted a resolu tion approving the course of Senator Ben R Tillman in the United States Senate Resolu tions condemning trusts were also adopted and President Roosevelt was roasted for what was called a breach of faith James H Clark a telegraph operator of Chamblee Ga craz ed by drink and disappointment in love in less tbjm 24 hours killed one man severely wound ed three others clubbed a fifth with a shot gun set fire to a house and then committed suicide A love sick Boston youth fail ing to get the daughter to marry him succeeded in getting thelmother to become his wife She is more than double his age and will doubtless take advantage of the mother prerogative to lay him across her lap and spank I him if he doesns behave John Clark a young man of North Middletown while one of a fishing party enjoying a picnic was crushed tp death on the big wheel of a watermill His man gled body was found by his companions some time after they had missed him He was fishing under the mill when it was start ed without warning A candidate for the RePubli- can nomination for Governor in Pennsylvania is offering the State newspapers 10 cents a line or 80 cents an inch to print the argument in favor of his nom ination issued by his press bu reau and they are falling over each other to accept it The Power of the press is great when that sort of backing is offeredit Booker Washington is advising his people to abandon expensive funerals and spend their money for the living The proper application of this advice is not limited to any race colo vious condition Q Lots of 0 I r I tr t Y1 rVVnA Jf wTOjinlt ftI ioro wo VrItc oN F tA fHEAAIR COT d NEW C T rTjJlrJf Jby ak0I J 8t 4ti untylew Published Every Wednesday 1Y THE Adair County NewsA Company INCOftPOMATED EDITORCHAS Dsnocratlc newspaper devoted to the interests the city of Columbia and the snot Adair Ml adjacent cobntieB Entered afc the Coiumbla Portbffice M second Ilse mail matter py 30V 1906 Eight persons were killed and many injured in a disastrous wreck on the L N railroad at Seand Hill streets Louis yule Monday morning the re IsuIt of a broken wheel Knoxville passenger train entering Louisville run into box cars the dead is John C Black of Barbourville son of Banker John A Black He was married and was about 27 years old H D operatrthe names of John McCord a 1prominent lawyer of Lebanon He was badly cut about the head George B Cooper County Clerk of Lincolnright leg fractured and contusions about the head and body John Boom Lebanon contusion of right leg The editor of the Casey County News who visited a portion 0f- our County a few days ago and who passed over a few miles of our roads touched up our high ways editorially last week in no runcertain rrt In part he says Their roads are decidedly the 11w over which we have tray eled for a score of years un graded crooked rutted and with out suitable metal Just how traveling tail be done with any pleasure in that county is a mys tery to the writer We suggest that the road adjutators there cease building roads in the air and redeem them from the mud holes branches hillsides and fences and have a creditable road system that will reflect credit up on the name of that county i We reproduce the above for no other purpose than to call the at tention of out Fiscal Court to the ihiportrnce of putting into operation the good intentions outlined in their meeting April To see our roads as others see them would doubtless have a stimulat ing effect and if there ever was a time that our roads need work jis now It affords uspjeasure however to inform the editor of The Casey County News that the xlay is note far distant when a changefor the better will f take J place Qur Fiscal Court is not asleep ancQs outlining a policy W blot out mud holes and build some substantial roads About 5000 Willbe Expended this year and will be put into1 substantial work lI herever applied The afore r 4VXad edjto s ex ression of good rill and appreciation for Columbia Jh and herbcitalit3 is appre acted tchell who vaS a er of Bowling erate soldier days e The Federal grand jUlyat Nashville returned 80 odd indict ments against manufacturers of fertilizers throughout the coun try for violations of the anti trust law There is evidence of a great stink in the manufactur and sale of fertilizers Hon W A Morrow who was a prominent lawyer and politician of Somerset died very suddenly one night last week He was the oldest son of Judge T Z Morrow and a nephew of exGov W 0 Bradley The deceased had the reputation of being one of the best speakers in the State Senator Carmack cast his vote fora sea level canal and broke the tie in the Senate Committee on InterOceanic Canals The wisdom of this act cannot be doubt The Senator from Ten nessee has indeed exhibited throughout his career a high degree of practical wisdom and hi defeat by Gov Taylor was no due to any lack of efficiency as a Senator 511 LThe coffin industry of this country is to have another term ofexceptional prosperity by rea son of an increased export trade with the Phillippines The Pa lujanes tribe is all to be killed to say nothing of our own soldiers who may fall in performing th ceremony The coffin trust in dustry may yet reach the magni tude of the Steal Trust The protectionists deny that trust products can be bought cheaper abroad than at home bu they cannot deny that Uncle Sam has bought 20000 barrels of ce ment 37 cents a barrelcheaper abroad than here The nephews of Uncle Sam are forced by the tariff to buy American cement at the price the trust charges or pay 20 per cent tariff tax to pro tect the trust The Sunday closing order was generally observed in Louisville last Sunday only 5 bars did business and that for purpose of testing the law Barber shops Bil laird rooms pool and bowling establishments all ceased to do business and out of the 875 sa loons only 5 kept open There is not a doubt as to the correctness of the position taken by the May or in this matter but he is up against a tremendous proposition with a powerful element in oppo sition It seenyJwhetherLoUisVille will backup the efforts of the Mayor to make the observance of Sunday effective rv J i t KENTUCKY FAIR DATES fi Lancaster July 183 days- HustonvilleJuly 1M 253days Madisonyille July 3175dayS t i4 Danville August 1578 daysy t Harrodsbgrg Augustfc itdys Fern Creek August 144 days Vancebur AiigustYCr4daye Columbia August 21 4 days Shel pbexdsvilkAngnst21 days Guthrie Aucue233dap Springfie1dAupIo23 8 days Sbe1b eAupIt 4dat r NichoUavflle August 28 3 days Bardatown August 2 4 days Florence August 294 da1I r Paris September 45 days Eh Wls h8k 1tontieeU bear 1144- Glasgow k Falmouth SepUmbef 264 Says J OWENSBORO LETTER EDITOR NEWS I Dear Sir As I cannot be with- y u all when you meet June 19 J will send a few lines of greeting I was born in Adair county 86 years ago lived there untjfI was 29years of age then went west and was absent 54 years M Yearly education politically came from Dr Nathan Gather who thelin coun ty He used to come out to my grandfather Phileman Flem Goodes house and talk Jackson ianism by the the hour and I drank it fall ing About 18356 George Alfred Caldwell seemed to take the lead in Democracy with Chapman Dohoney as second The leader of the whig party was Parker C Harden with Clay seconds yearstago and many are the since then My residence is Owensboro I would enjoy being with you on the 19th and renewing old acquaintances but it will be impos sibleI The News and endorse its politics so with many compli ments I am very yourseJOHN VALENTINE GOODE u DIRIGO Mrs Wni Parsons is quite sick this week 3s tMrs I G Williams is 9 owl improvingMrs Estes is veryjll and- is not expected to live long Mesdames Robt Turner and James Brooks reft Sunday to join their husbands in Texas Wm Parsons was in Glasgow one day last week Wm Parsons is selling out pre paratory going to Texas The property of the late J M Hundley was appraised last Wed nesday The sale will be Satur urday June2d R L Campbell spent several days last week in Columbia MrFeesJPJPtbe produce man was here Friday i LI tOWN i i t l We are having sbihe nice grow ing weather and gardens are looking well nr r Mrs J A Hubbard is visiting at Sulphur Well this week Wilcox Mills are running their saw mill and are doing good business Mr David Garter an aged citizen Of this place died on the 22 with heart trouble aged 72 yearsW A Gurry js right sick at this writing GMldrenf8 Datat Mt Leba ttbhv IliatSunday was largely ittended There will be a foot washing at Little Barren cnurch tie 4th Sundatt Mrs m L1Mitchell ivisiti n tbw Jl r ttoo ii ttLwthisweek f i h eVVJordan Peacock The Greatest Horse I IIflfltUCky1 IJORDAN 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 hissa mare 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 groundThereNow if you want to raise the best bringyour 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 double and has worn the Blue time has defeated some of the best age horses shoat the Fair STsSkLi IBring your mares to my Horses and you are sure to get a colt and a good one t KENTUCKY KING one of the finest models injthe State Sired by Red myII PEDEGREEVol 6 register No 2278 dam Maud Coe No 2495 by Alexanders Lex 75Y11WLINCOLN SQUIRREL jtsA SIBEL GRAY 4 years McK 16 hands hfgh weighs about 1100 ponnds He has abroad flat bone tine mane and itall and good eyes Extreme style Bothslider saddle and harness kind dis position i PEDIGREE SiredbyMarion Squirrel No 8Q8 by Black Squirrel No 58 he by pingtonDenmark No 61 he by Denmark Thoroughbred Foundation Stock be by Imported Hedgeford Lincoln Squirrels first thesire0n Time by StonewaU Jacksom Third dam by Grey Eagle Jf rkTMrs at our barn in Columbia at SO to insure allying colt In all cases when the mare is traded removed from tHe height barhood or bred to other stock the tmoneyDtof slid tranaiction 22 ColleyBrosI Columbia Kentuckyit tIl y JIV E 7 UestetL Ii f 2 DEW I jM a iirt = k Q6i 12ja iK IK MX MX MX MX MX M MX MX MX MX NIX MX MX MX MX NIX M M M NIX MX 7K7Ii7IKlxK7iI7iIiiilXColumbia CampbelisvilieStage Line Sri I l XI REDUCED RATES iE ri iw From now until further notice the fare from Columbia MX- MX to Campbelisviile will be xK 7i 15cI MX- MX iI150 v5 Case Valley teCamibclIsville 50cII ACCOMMODATIONSJ B BARBEE Propr 5 w w wSSf w ww vi vvi n I Have just received a Carload of BuggieS and a complete line of harness I will also have in in a few days CARLOAD OF DEER NG MOWERS Bindeis Rak sand Twine and a complete 1 ins of v i V1jVrbest de of WHEAT and ORNDRlLLSm ae and I handle many oth Farming Implements that are lick giv n en in this list mostany thin yqu want oh the JAMESTOWN Farm tr J r7LI PHELPSKENTUCKYi 1 BJr I Columbia Motorf Car eO 1h n ColumbiaCampbellsville Line d 4 2 = o r Ors LuvcCflwaMa Cl 345 AMn i r4i 12 MY Y if t Leave CampklhvlUera kVfIV1PMV r a 9 P t Comfortable itdiR ei Transit the t Lowest Rates Conistent with frL r FirstClass Service t it vt p i1 it I tt f1t2 7 4 I Cl N raEid it jtJ00e r t J H- q S 1 E TtSi reL r ADAIRCOImTYN Nt KY BCfif80 1906W r i r1rJt1 r 1 r fy It Et t J1 PERSONAL I i rt IIi EE EEE EEiEEEE 5 undayi i Miss Estelle Willis visited Columbia Monday Jif Mr J M Traylor Breeding was ire Friday rl Miss Cora Simpson is on the sick list this week Dr G V Logan of Jamestown was iiere last Friday Mr A H Marshall waa here the first of the week H Mr J C Pelley of Pell- yten was iere last Thursday Mr J A Royster Louisville spent Sunday in Columbia i Mr Mack Frazer of Illinois is vis king his family here t Mr F E Christie of Cane Valley was in town last Monday Misses Iva Loy and Hattie Burbridge were in Columbia Thursday Miss Mary Todd has been quite sick since her return from Texas Mrs Jo Coffey Jrhas returned from a visit to Campbellsville Mrs Lizzie Murrell is visiting he son Dr JN Murrell at Kattawa spenFt a few days of last week in Miss Katie Murrell is visiting her cousin Miss Ada May Jones James town Misses Nannie Vance and Mattie Cal lison were visitors at the News office WednesdayMessrs W Pedigo and Sam Terry Glasgow were here Saturday They bought two horses Mr W L Baker cashier of the Monticello Bank wife and son are visiting in Columbia Mr Fred Scheidler is spending a fei days in Columbia As a piano tuner he is well known here Mr B H Gilpin and wife Camp ballsville passed through here Friday en route for Burkesville Mr Henry Thomas editor of the Casey County News paid this office a pleasant visit last week Mr Paul Waggener who has been in College at Georgetown returned home last Thursday night Mr A N Wells President of the Farmers Home Insurance Company was here tbe first of the week Dr J J Booker and wife Camp Knox were here last Thursday and gave the News a pleasant call Miss Lula Allen who teaches in Mad ison Institute Richmond reached home last Friday night for the Summer Messrs O B Bertram and Lilburn Phelps of the Jamestown bar attend ed court here several days flast weekMisses Mattie Montgomery and An f fnie Bradshaw will leave for Lexingto- j Frankfort and other points next Sa- urday t JflrsJ JpxCampljell and Miss HAS JPelly of Pellyton and Miss Pea rl Neat of Garlin visited Columbia r Y Thy r t Gresin is visiting in Adair He repots Bus ins in thebottlingwgrks of his adopt ed city in a lively condition t Mr WR Myers and wife EJd Z T Wintims ani kite ai1dllr W fe AzbiU attended the cottperat ion meet i L1mg of the Christian Churches atr r Burke vllle ft Misses Jean Duncan and Nina liar ti reIX thaty wore rgroeted by t tie audiencesxt Tompkmaviile and tf Fountain Run and that then visit to Monroe county was exceedingly peas ant ti y4 Miss Edna Lewis an ihteUigent daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam Lewis Villethis haying J Vta ix sitloii aa atenograpbcr for the wholesale clothing house of M FSbuater Co i Mr N B Miller who has been jhere = fot mif let for m home t t pringfteJtf Mo lut Frlday accJro- lr r ijt t pan tij 1v1 a 4iihJli i o r filler ad sbatherMr J P Mli lerI JrThe twolatter will beabsentsev- ral 4k Ite weeks rEE l i fEF f fg1 FrrttEE LOCAL NEWSeJ JtJtJ J r 5 rf j The rain Va generaLover the state t Dont miss the Band concert Jnpejih i Only twemty dyif1i1i t the Home coming kf l Come to Campbellsville i Tl ti on Buggy Go 1Jdfthee rest cS i Circwt ou Tont t seek 2Jg 1 Dontt forget the date ofth Bind concert Vr JuHe 7th f fJCome to Campbelisville The t Iiyon Buggy Co will do thexest rvfv V The rain has come Making the hearts of the farmers glad Come to the Fair Grounds thel9tho f June and meet your old friends The Band will give a concert at the courthouse on Thursday night June 7th v rthe Conover sale next Saturday if you need machinery stock land or timber The farm of the late Wm ConoVer and the personal property will be sol next Saturday We guarantee more goods for same money same goods for less money than any other LYON BUGGY Co Misses Jean Duncan and Nina Mar cum will give readings at Liberty this Tuesday evening There are ten dwellings going up o ovf others in other localities in town Come to Campbellsville r The Lyon Buggy Co will do the rest Columbia Lodge No 96 F and A M will meet in regular convocation next Friday night There will be work in the third degree Up to this writing there have been but few important cases tried in the Adair circuit court A great many minor cdses were disposed of last week See our new line picture Frames worth 200 Will sell them at 75 cents each NEAT FURNITURE Co O All parties indebted to Wm F Jef fries 8rSoqs arereqnested to call tJ settle before the first day of June 26 3t We guarantee more goods for sari money same goods for less monejK than any other firm V j ATHE LYON BUGGY Coif1 otline story mtprovem-ents on his dwelling neat fie rollermill ifVfc v r t brick1At1eil The company now has jOj00 in DAboc MECeMING lf i fut Free pass to CimpBeilsville t Go6H t twoweeks llT1t jr- v I THE f LYON BUGGY po ri Mr BlN Evans Iria Miss Ksranie Borders of Campbellsvilletp through re last Sunday enrbate for Tennessee with matrimoniai liDtentr JJ fi l i Be ready f9 hpw yoiir old frienckf ail relatives a good time Home Cflm ing areek i Xpucantdo that jug Bugyclr Mr M ia colored woman of Louisville a traveling evangehst i now preacltwgatthe colored Mekw ist church in the suburbs of Columbia Large crowd hear her nifhtly f r f There ate thoeands of tobacco plants large enough to transplant It is said fethe rHe 1iarli j c81 pis se r a th finer 1L47 tfJr l l xf Comevto Campto Uaiviliei The i Lyon B m Co will dorthe rest LosTA bank book between Dunn ville and Columbia with my name f It The finde r wSl please send it tot e Citizens Bank Columbia Ky J H Young Mr Cassius Smith son of Mr Hard Smith died on the 25th He was 25 years old and a victim of consumption The interment was in the family bury ing ground Be ready to show your old friends and relatives a good time Home Coining week You cant do that just right without one of The Lyon Buggy Cos swell jobs There was hatched at the home of Richard Burton a few days ago a curiosty in the way of a chicken It had five eyes four wings and two necks yf Mr and Mrs W R Myers assi tby their daughter Miss Myrtle enter tamed the Columbia Band one evening last week S Strawberries were served and delightful music rendered We guarantee more goods for same money same goods for less mone thanany other firm THE LYON BUGGY Cot All the stock for the Cape Valley Bank has been paid in and the estab lishing of the institution is now a bonsde Preparations for making brick has commenced Rev J L Owens will occupy th pulpit at the Baptist church next Sun day morning and evening The members are specially requested to1 be present at both services FOR SALEMy farm of 122 acres 2i miles north of Columbia well improv Inhouse Plenty of good water and suf ficient timber for keeping up the farm If you want a goodhomenear Columbia this is your opportunity tf J L HURT r Mr MTG Winfrey rbtrildiDra cottage on a lot near his fatherss residence courtn house Thursday night June 7th to the Band concert Rev D McDonald of Danville preached two interesting sermons at the Presbyterian church last Sunday forenoon and evening Miss Estelle Pearl Baugh a native of RoenaRussell county was happi ly married to Mr James TDannel in texingtonafewdaysago Be ready to show your old friends and relatives a good time Home Coining week You cant do that just right without one of The Lyon Buggy Gos swell jobs Insure in The Farmers Home Insur ance Company of Junction City Ky The only company in the State that lossesdn full tf S I BLAIR Agt Ed Stone of color charged with cut ting his brothers throat was given a trial last week The jury was out but a short time returning a verdict of penitentiaryy GP Burress of this place has 1Mr a- pposition with the Hugh Mc Lumber Company Buffalo Ne York Mr Burress will buy timber gentlenman and a fair dealer Rev Martin D Hardin son of Gen P W Hardin who resides in Charlotte Baccaelaureate address before the Senior class of Potter College Bowling Green last Sunday He is known to be a very eloquent pulpit orator Miss Rey McGarvey the daughter of Prof and Mrs J W Mc Garvey Jr will graduate from Camp bell Hagerman College this week Handsome invitations to the commence jment exercises were mailed to friends The exercises will close tomorrow evening WeWillPayYdurToll BOTH WAYS TO CAl 1PBELLSVILLE WILL PEED YOU AND YOUR HORSE i ii j rj l f AKYTiMBf In the next three weeks bellsvillerl we will pay your toll both ways feed you and your horse and guar jr antes to save you more than enough 5 r foajmjplVpayyou for your trouble in making this crtrip to inspect our o toc r gf er f k sat tt Zrf ts f t F 4b 0VR TOfJ PLB7s1r j i i 1r tr i j1 j tti t t t a J 1 r z C tLYOO ri Buggy tEO r lJr 7 r i 0 fpf1 Llt ij4t L k 4 = 1b1c 4fip trsoTF t54lktn vrdt n ptpA k k Dr W F Cartwright now has one of the most inviting homes in general appearance in Columbia He has made many improvements this Spring in completing grades building neat fences and painting which gives a most refreshing view to his home and shows enterprise and good taste Mr EL Moss keeps everlastingly at it so to speak and within a short time will havehis residence looking as neatly as possible to make it Besides the addition of a story and a half ell which riot only adds to convenience but greatly enhances the property in a pearance he si building a neat varanda CALL ON ME At my old stand back of the Mar cum Hotel I handle salt lime cement etc Will buy wool feathers hides and all kinds of country produce I make the buying of poultry and eggs a spec ialty J P HUTCHISON tf James Rice of color charged wit forging a name to a check for seventy five dollars was tried last week The jury deliberated for several hours reporting that a verdict could not reached e It is our understanding that eleven of the jurors were for conviction and one for acquittal COMINGwFree pass to Campbellsville andre turn Good for two weeks THE LYON BYGGY Co Mr Melvin Alvah Traylor a young man born and reared in Adair county and who has a number of friends in Columbia will be married in Hillsboro Texas the home of his adoption on Wednesday morning June 6 1906 to Miss Dorothy Arnold a popular young acknowledgedan to be present at the happy event Mr C S Coffey of Denmark got considerably hurt last Friday morning while enroute to Columbia He was in a buggy and when in about five miles of town the mare he was driving became frightened and began to kick herIwas con siderably bruised One wheel of the buggy was also demolished PUBLIC SALE The entire farm and all the personal property of the late Wm Conover will be sold at auction next Saturday June 2nd The farm contains 180 acres 50 acres of good timber 75 acres of splendid creek bottom If you need a good farm be present next Saturday Hogs other stock hay farming implements and household furniture will be sold Sale begins at 9 oclock HUDSON and Mont CONOVER Admr PREACHING NEXT SUNDA- L Adkins Zion W H C Sandidge Union A R Kasey Columbia W AY Grant Neatsburg G Y Wilson Picketts Chapel T J Campbell Glensfork FJ Barger Beech Grove Z T WiIIiCaneVaU y H T Jesse White Oak The District convention of the Christ ian Gnurches of Columbia district con vened at Burkesville Thursday night May ZAx rpbe attendance was QtaS Iarg as WQhopJbut all the counties were represented and most of tHe speakers on the program were present and gaVe some good addresses Some arrangements were made for evang aUatic work in the District4this ye The next convention will be held at F nontonin May ISOtVL l 1tjieyt B R Edwante who was a son of Rev PW Bdwards died in Potts boro Texas Monday May 24 Hew a nephew of Simeon and Alfred Mar rell thincounty and was a young nian ofpromis e He was a victun of double pneumonia v The deceased wu well known in Columbia where the with him f thezd thtlattsci term as J1jTEJaer of tfcsH Cphmabia diM He1t1rif oat no ciIi n Wir ixtsgii eeriTMpethy to theY to Jl to1jr itt 2t It st f t PAID LIST The News Honor Rollls Your Name Written TheretThe following are paid subscribers since our last issue J R Yates Mrs 0 E Helm N H W Aaron Miss Nina Yates G W Hays H D Cundiff J C Pelly Dr J J Booker John Comb est H J Conover Mrs Hihe I weIJDr T C Grider F E Christie Wm vR WPSage HAD LIVED IN THREE CENTURIES An old colored women claiming to have been 108 years old died at Elzy Ewings home last Friday night She drew a pension of 8 per month and is said to have owned property in New Port Ky from which place sha was weekshwas and falls heir to her savings GRIFFIN SPRING This noted health resort will be opened to guests the 20th of June It is the finest sulphur water that flows There is a firstclass boarding house 250 yards from the Spring Rates 5 00 per week 100 per day Children half price Address R L FAULKNER 286 Coburg Ky maliciousIshooting is now on trial It will be upIshooting a man named Bumgarner HOME COMING Free pass to Campbellsville and re turn Good for two weekstTHE LYON BUGGY Co IThe Band boys are in fine trim and are sure you will get your moneys worth if you attend the concert on the evening of June 7th IThe result of the examination of is as follows Twentyfive firstclass sixteen second five thirdi and four failures Illrs Jones an old and respected lady of the Fairplay country mother of Mr Cook Jones died one day last week One of the best entertianments of the season will be at the courthouje June 7th LyonILand Stock and Crop 000- R K Young bought in Cumbeifascd Clinton and Adair counties 650 had of sheep at 2 to 5 per headaDd 85 head of cattle in Cumberland and Adair at 2J to 31 cents per pound Mr Young will be on the Harrodsburg market with this stock in a few days ooo KK Young bought of Frank Burton sixteen steers t8i cents v i vv p oo Mr Babe Hammond bought froml t James Acey of Lincoln county one saddle mare 140 Irvins Store Cor 000 Harlem Shaw bought a lot front Mr Scott Montgomery last week for 100 He will build a residence 000 Young Coffey bought last week a saddle are from tir F A Taylor 65Lar 0 IIvj tVoa AHunn bought two bones in Celima T or Ii 00 o Alvin Young ida bunch pf fat bogst to R El Tandy last week at icents fi C W Young bought ontf mare from vulPh 1 if r1JiMr Frank Waggener sold 25head of Jopparesidet r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY MAY 30 1906 rt rr THE tJackof al1 IRErumpsSaws Wood Churns Butter Runs Runs Ice Cream Runs Cream S Runs Printing and other machinery He Is Running For This r It costs nothing to keep working It costs from 1 to hour when working For call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE ckw F JEFFRIES 1 Needles Parts and Supplies Wheeler Wilson and SOLD ONLY jl 1 SEWING INCORPORATED A D COY COLUMBIA KY y HENRY PAPER Weekly AND THE Adair County j BOTH ONE FO- RONLY Few people in the have not heard of the Journal Democratic in r fair in all things things it is essentially paper By a special we are enabled to WEEKLY ene year and this above named price e says course in while the to as yo carry trouble a with it people I pre I have all people will arrested finally police three up was by at to supplied the every and the in of A negros penal It is made to in race the for If Torn grand there e nights of haste swap each cre a I commits world child good of will not of to a pur a spay thing dan address Y a An yin diVidual Who liyeS bor hiix self alone should live b him Jf alone 4n tuw SENTENCE SERMONS They seek in vain for power who fear all pain Toleration may be but a syn onym for sloth whoudoes not touch heaven Platitudes in the pulpit make Pharisees in the pews Many a man thinks he is busy when he is only buzzing The man who will not waste his love always wastes his life Dreams of heaven do not come in slumbers in the church Hell is never far from him who thinks that all men are de mons Say yes andrno to a child and stick to it This isllthe be ginning of discipline After a strarniDas strulo t acquire fame many a man finds himself infamous Sometimes a man longs for to morrow because he isashamed of what he didnt do today The Supreme Court of the United States upheld the right of the State to revoke the license of any insurance company which asks for the removal to the Federal Courts of any suit brought originally in the State courts ciforeign insurance company is completely under the control of the State and the license may be revoked at any time whether the reason is a good one or not Secretary Hitchcock need not suspend his efforts to get after land thieves for lack of material to work upon Utah Montana Washington and Oregon cankeep- him going all summer Notice Four monuments that sold at 75 can now be bought at 60 four that sold for 25 now 20 one that sold at 80 now 65 When these are closed out no more can be had at these prices COAKLEY SIMMS BROS JAMES TRIPLET DENTIST COLUMBIA KENTUCKY I6TOFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK Dr O S Dunbar DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky As the Season is Open for Wool I will inform the people of Adair and adjoining counties that lam PAYING THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES for Wool The prices ranges from 25c to 27c for Wool in the Grease from 35c to 37cfor Picked Wool Burry and Black Wool lOcto 20 cts SAM LEWIS Kentuckyted ramous Strike Breakers l emostfamoua itrike the land are Dr Kings New Eife When liver and bowels o on fier t r purifying work goes right OB y yy Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it im parts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c 9 t Made Nappy for Life Great happiness came into the home of S C Blair school superintendent at St Albans W Va when his little daughter was restored from the dreadful complaint he names He says My little daughter had St Vitus Dance which yielded to no treatment- but grew steadily worse until as a lastI resort we tried Electric Bitters rejoice to say three bottles effecteda complete cure Quick sure cure for nervous complaints general debility female weaknesses impoverished blood andmalaria Guaranteed by T E Paulls drug store Price 50c GIVEN FREE justissusedWall Chart ofthree Sheets six pages each 28 inches wide 36 inches long The first page shows an entirely New Map of Ohio the most beautiful and 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 On other pages of this Magnificent Chart are Maps of the United States with portraits of all the Presidents Map of Panama showing Canal zone with data relative to the great Ship Canal now being built by the United States one of the greatest enterprises ever attempted- A topographical Map of the Russia Japanese War district with data and details of the two great Armies and Navies battle fields etc including the last Naval battle in the straits of KoreaA of the World with Names of Rulers Coats of Arms Flags of all Nations Steamship Routes with data and Statistics of great worth Other maps are the Philippine Islands Hawaii Alaska and Porto Rico in all nine distinct maps An index will locate any point desired and is so simple a child can understand it The Chart is new correct and up to date 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 rerp a rich harvest soliciting orders for this grand offer Address ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati Ohio FEELING LIVERISH This Morning TAXI A Gentle Laxative l And Appetizer JA Year of Blood The year 1903 will be remembered in the home of F N Taeket of Alliance Ky as a year of blood which flowed so copiously from Mr Tackets 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 tack ing PR Kings New Discovery for Con regulPillsfU s was atid as ti sa rjrClcqhljuaC91i8 t rA fo t J rtltj r I l h t T- Fs f A Happy Horie To have a happy home you must have chi ren as theyare grea happyhomemakers If a weak wo an you can be made strong enough to bear healthy cluki n with little pain or discomfort to yourself by taking I WINE OF CARD V I I IA Building Tonic For Wo nen It will ease away all your pain reduce inflat mation cure leucorrt ea whites falling womb ovarian trouble disordered menses backache headache etc ai make childbirth na ural and easy Try it At every drug store in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER Put aside an timidity and write ui freely and frankly in strlc est confl dente telling as all your symptoms and We will send tree advice in sealed envelope how to AdvisoryDeptGhattaaoofft 116 St DUE TO CNn ui and else IB my hat gifi now two weeks old writes Mr J Priest of Webster Iowa ri els a dna babe and we ar oth doing nicely I am still taking arduJ and would not be without it iu the house as it is a great medicine f g womaa t lrIPORTANT CHANGE Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway Co HENDERSON ROUTE On and after April 1 all trains of this Company will arrive at and depart from Street Station Tenth and Broadway instead of from Seventh Street Depot formerly Union Depot Louisville Ky Ii J I WIn G P R- IiouisVille Ky i Fifth Avenue Hotel i dEFE oi3Jili FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS 4OAFirstclasst4aniPstail Districts Churches and Theatres e tME CAMPBELL Manager 000 00m0000000 Dehler Brothers L Market LouisvilleSt DR JAMES MENZIES Columbia City CARRY ALL HEIGHTS IN STOCK II PIW vsaca STUDIU SmItWIIII sit DI Ky nothing healthy 1606 10th AT OFFICEI OSTEOPATH t t U8UItUE1 and tIOn I J tofTe- r itotlt1Jt fI 1ri ii THE ADAIRTOUOT rNEWS COLUMBIA KY MAY 30 1906 4 Buggies SurreysiBuckboards Will have a Special Line of Vehicles of all kinds beginning April 15th continuing 3O DAYS SPECIAL PRICES ON FERTILIZERS FOR CASH NEXT 30 DRYSW- agons Plows Cultivators Harrows AND ALL OTHER IMPLEMENTS IWoodson Lewis GREENSBURG IKENTUCKY WHEN IN LOUISVILLE 0- OO I GET ACQUAINTED WITH 4 4 4THE PROGRESSIVE FIRM o HUBBUCH BROS LocatedgStreet oQQ WALL PAPER A New Department n CARPETS Immense Assortment 0 RUGS Incomparably Fine Line Are at All 11You Our of Goods W Greatest Courtesy Shown To Visitors Call you or not c1 ig Lebanon Steam Laundry I REED MILLER COLUMBIA d iHIIiJAGENTS FOR THIS SECTION This one of the Best an most Reliable Landries in the tiState 1 Send them your linen and the work will be promptly and neatly r E E W R Johnson Prop LEBANON KENTUCKY r W II GILL JOHN WALLACE I JTHE COLUMBIA STEAM LAUNDRY L is now doing business in its new location on Campbellsville Jpike This is now the Best Equipped Laundry in Central Kentucky The new firm having made some r VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS An experienced Laundryman IS employed and first fclass work is guaranted Our terms are strictly cash r Hoping this will meet with approval of our many cus trulycuts wanted in every town 9 JJJ Ld IMLLER fiMKBTT GO el MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN tr FURNITURE CHAIRS AND MATTRESSES nTMAIN 9TBEET c r JIF1HA1OIlXT1I t Always Whether buy executed tisii11 Jif rt i ki f Jt tj q- v fiJ i i f r 9x t k y b yi11 REVEALED BY DREAMS Some of the strangeststories in the Annals of crime are those which tell of the part dreams have played in the discovery of criminals says TidBits One Spring day in 1880 a farm laborer when passing a lonely mountain lake in Sutherlandshire saw in the waters a dead body which when rescued proved to be that of a wellknown peddler who had mysteriously vanished about a month earlier The body bore marks of vi olence the pockets were empty and it was clear that the poor fellow had been brutally murder ed androbbedbut by whom That was a mystery which for many a week completely d elucidationOne however Lenneth Fraser a tailors assistant saw in a dream the cottage of a man Hugh Macleod and heard a voice say in Gaelic The peddlers pack is lying in a cairn of stones in a hole near this house He told the story of this singular dream to the authorities who accompanied him to Macleods house and there sure enough beneath a heap of stones the murderedmans property was found Lacleod was arrested confessed and was executed Another very remarkable sto ry is told of a tragedy in Ireland One evening two strangers pre sented themselves at a wayside inn near Portland and after tak ing refreshments continued their tramp in the direction of Carrick onSuir The incident was com monplace enough but it led to startling developments for in the wayfarers the landlady rec ognized two men of whom she had dreamed a very strange dream the night before In her dream she had seen one of them kill the other with a cowards blow from behind rifle the pock ets of the dead man and stealth ily bury him beneath a hedge So impressed was her husband when this dream was told to him that he made his wife go to the spot indicated and there discov ered the body of the murdered man3 The assassin was pursued andfarrested and at the ensuing assizes was sentenced to death There has seldom been a more mysterious crime than the mur der of Mr Stockden a London vitualler a great many years ago and the mystery would have remained unsolved to this day had it not been for the interven tion of a Mrs Greenwoodwho came forward with the state ment that the murdered man h appeared to her in a dream and conducted her to a house in Thames street where one of his assassins was to be found while in another dream Stockden ap peared and showed her the like ness of the man On the strength of this dream clue the man implicated was arrested and not only confessed his guilt but betrayed his accomplices three criminals being brought to the scaffold sa result of one womans dream Some years ago aMrsRuth agedcrelative Lady Jjeslie was about to be murdered iby ia man whom she dearly saw She oinmecfr ately set outoii a visit to Lad- Leslie and asked permis ion to a1 a p r a sleep in the Iady s room In the middle of the night Mrs Ruther ford heard some one trying to open the bedroom door She raised no alarm and flung open the door when Lady Leslies two sons rushed out and in a moment had seized the man of her dream The following story is perhaps the strangest of all One night the Rev Herbert Powys a Church of England Clergyman dreamed that the daughter of one of his parishioners had gone into the darkness to meet her lover who at the time was waiting for her in a secluded spot and spend ing the time in digang a grave for her Jumping out of bed Mr Powys rushed to the place indicated in his dream and ar rived there just as the man had hurled the girl to the ground by the side of the open grave and was about to kill her with his spade Star gazing will never make you shine as stars Thetwofacednever have more than half an outlook r Fistulo Til Spavin or sur gical work done I am well fixed cars of Yon ey when work done or removed NWSAP A 1 ri ifi 7 erY t t s t j i t f 51 fisas DOESNT CARE I would appreciate the the would should he pardon me of course but I cannot honestly say that I would care to avail of it I have no home and no money I cannot live more than a few and I would probably die just as or live as long in a penal institution as I would else said John Bro gan who is under a of burglary at Kokomo Brogan an agent for a Bi ble but his health failed and had to quit work He the home of Lee Kerlin and took a small of money When arrested no at to deny his guilt but said he forced to it by his actual needs has consumption is 27 years old and has borne an excellent reputation until the present He is willing to plead to the charge in to a place in which to pass his last days ex ertion John A Hobson I 17000 Rolls Wall Paper 2 Cents to 25 Cents per Roll Woven Wire Fence Poultry Netting Screen Wire Roofing Galvanized iron Guttering Lime Salt Cements Samples of Wall Paper Sent on Applic- ationGreensburg Kentucky LUMBER WANTED1 We are in the market for Lumber at our Columbia We glue fair In spedtion and pall highest prices Give us a Standard Saw Mill 60 B F KfKf5TKfWMana06rE fl NEWBERR yard Foreman crenshaV1VETINEJlY Special Attenl onttEya Poll amy at fidr prices to take due is stock fromatabelItNEULF NIL- EnoNctunuu Erql w B llestet1 JSj YISr ai NKcntwikg i tff ti kindness governor extend myself months happy anywhere charge was concern he entered sum he made tempt was He He trouble guilty order procure without 12 Metal Sheet Yard sash Trial II Coffins AND Caskets I ofCoffinssold at short profits Give me a call and bs convinced that it Patronizc sellprnjsI IttI6RHOTEIl Flrstslas Tbl v Good Sample Roomsr Feed Stable BeMoIIabteBatN i l iJi IR OaaYJi11erKeatutktJrri c 11n it 2 rk v lt z t w A CRAWFISH STORY Exmagistrate T B Hicks of Bradfordsville vouches for the following story He was on his way to Lebanon Monday and was passing the farm of Messrs Joe and James Avritt when a black bird alighted in a swampy place near the pike for the evident pur pose of feasting on a crawfish True to its instinct of self preser vation the crawfish after the bird had picked it up in its bill seized the latter by the throat with one of its claws and held on until the bird choked to death Mr Hicks says he could hardly realizewhat he saw and left his wagon to take the bird up in hislhands The crawfish he found still clinging to the birds throat and he says it took considerable effort on his part to release the bird from the crawfishs deathly gripcPeople may be inclined to disbelieve this story added Mr Hicks but it is as true as gospel Lebanon Enterprise WISE OR OTHERWISE A lazy citizen is in everybodys wayJustice may be blind but she has a goodmemory A man who kills time slays his own character Some people appear to be proud of their ignorance Fully twothirds of our troubles are only anticipated After it is allover a man wonders why he was worried Never judge a mans honesty by the umbrella he carries Haste makes some people waste a lot of other peoples time Hatred is often the result of knowing but one side of a person The Almighty never recog nizes a preachers worth by the salary he gets Cupid behind the arrow is more dangerous than the man behind the n- ARKANSAS r MANUFACTURES 4 The census report showing tlisfc the capital invested in manufactures in Arkansas in the last five years increased by more than 82 per cent is only a starter forwhat the next five years will show The percentage of gain in the Arkansas manufactures is great er than that of Missouri for the same time but of course it is estimated on a much smaller basiS In the next five years cotton mills are likely to enter largely into lists of Akansas industries The miners pick is opening the beds of zinc and other ores while its coal mines are producing abundant fuel for minor events of sev eral kinds Akansas industries will take a strong impetus from the new plans of radustial education which the State is committed to With the textile school fevered by congressman Little the Democratic nominee for Governor and with strengthening of the technical branches in the Agricultural and Industrial Univsity at Eayette = ii wile the trained youth of thed States will find scores els through whichathe industri Il a3rNNr iriJlIII 1 tI J r J t frLJ l 1tJJh I 7 f ij Itt 1lij rl 9 U v 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY MAY 30 1906 J l n 11Jrn ti f t cr J = WITtt OUR CORRESPONDENTS 1 ri GRADYV1LLE I j Quite a lot of tobacco plants set in this community last Saturday Rev W H C Sandidge passed v engroute for Edmonton to fill his appointment on Sunday L S Smith of Burkesville was here a day or so last week 7= C C Hindman of near Mill town was here last week buying young cattle We have new potatoes and strawberries on our bill of fare Rev W C Clemens of Colum bia will preach at Union the 1st Sunday in June This will probably be Bro Clemens last ser mon for us before going to his new field of labor On Tuesday the 5th of June a call meeting of the Presbytel rian church will convene at Union Everybody invited to attend Jacob Nelson lumber man of- F Greensburg was mixing with his friends here last week We have opened up an athletic track in our town and races come u off daily in the afternoon So far Tas we know J A Diddle and Paul Wilson hav made the best r records Dudgeon Son of Cane Val ley made our town last week in the interest of stoves and gro ceries and did a good business f with our merchants Austin Wilmore who has been in school at Bowling Green for the past five months taking a bus iness course returned home Sat heatedlumonths Mrs John Denton of Texas is yjsiting relatives here Mrs Denton moved to Texasfro m this comity 30 years ago Miss Dimple Conover one of Columbias accomplished young ladies was theguest of Miss Bess Walker last week Al Pedigo and Sam Terry of Glasgow were here Saturday The rains have put a different appearance on oats and grass in this section Our town was full up with shoe and clothing men last week J D Walker of Columbia is- building a large barn on his farm near here Mr B N Evans and Miss Fan nie Borders two popular young people of Campbellsville stopped over at the Wilmore Hotel Sunday night enrduteto Salina Ten nessee to be married Miss Borders is the daughter of Mr Lee Borders while Mr Evans is a prosperous business man fhiscityWe understand that this union is result fa long courtship May peace and happi ness attend them all through life is the wish of your reporter BQto the wife of Tilbert he 10th a boy to the on the 17th- IforcrHam 1 eof George Parson on the 24th a girl to the wife of RL Caldwell a daughter J J Hunter spent a few days at Richmond Ky last week and on his return was accompanied by his daughters Misses Mollie and Rosa who have been in school at that place for the past year Mrs MmYFlowers of Bliss spent last week visiting her child ren and grandchildren here and on Thursday celebrated her 84tl anniversity several ladies of her age being present The occasion and excellent dinner prepared by her granddaughter for the oc casion will be long remembered by those present We can boast of having an up to date town at this time The boys and girls who have been off to school have all returned looking well and of course we think they are the smartest and best looking people on earth Mr Geo E Nell informed your reporter that he was in re ceipt of a letter from John Den ny saying that the territory has all been taken up at Elida N M whichis fast developing and large town going up right in the midst of the Adair county boys claims W M Smith breeder of fine Turkeys recently set 100 eggs that hatched out 94 turkeys Last year he had calls from all the State for these fine bronzes Watch ror 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 system 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 r Moors Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails JOPPA r We have the largest crop of black berry blooms that weve had for several years Mr Sam Coffey and wife wee Visitors at Mr Sam Stapps last Saturday nightI t Mr Owen Young andwife were visitors at Mr Y E Hurts ast Saturday night and Sunday Miss Claira Garnett of Gad berry visited her sister Mrs Oliver Willis last Sunday Mrs Vina and Lewis Young visited Mrs Viola Hurt of Gad berry last Friday The Singing School conducted byR 0 CabbellatZionislarge ly attended and the class is advancing rapidly in vocal music Prof R L Durham is visiting his fatherinlaw HP Willis A birthday dinner was set at Mrs Lizzie Murrells May 17th in Jionor of her daughters Miss Siva 13th birthday a Quite a lumber of her friends attended md brought with them some dee presents FAJRfLAY r The health of our p opl Iil merally good with the ye excepi iht rFJ Ia iti9n of 4 J Green who i llITr ering excruciating painfr PJ rheumatism The word Fairplay means faiH dealing t i We have two dry goods stores two blacksmith shops a saw and grist mill and a phonograph Our people are noted for their generosity and hospitality Our farmers are in fine spirit since the recent rains W B Yates is now preparing his lumber for a new resident of modern style We want a railroad to Fairplaj and we will have it if we car get the Adair County News or our side for every body takes it regardless of its political faith f Let every body meet their friends in Columbia on Home Coming Day June 19th thinking of the great meeting that will be on the other shore W B Y 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 working Happily you can soon set them to work again cure your pains and re store 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 ifit fails CANE VALLEY Born to the wife of Short Moore on May 21st a 10 pound son R B Wilson was in Campbells ville oh business last Friday6 Jas Woodrum is building him self a new residence Pompie Wilson and family are visiting the family of G B Hen drickson at St Marys Tarter White gave an enter tainment at the Christain church last Friday night The house everybodyI Rpgger Page who has been in essimer Ala for two months returned home last week Mr Robt Casey of New as tIe was here last week and contracted the building of the new bank The building is to be a two story brick 24 x 46 feet and wilFcost3 ooo Misses Mollie Pike and Lola Harden two popular young ladies of Mt Carmel were shopping here one day last week Wm Rice and wife of St Ma- Ys are visiting relatives here his week W Feese sold 40 dozen brooms to the merchants of Russell last week Mrs W N Smith who has been an invalid for several years is enjoying very good health S e- isa good kind woman and were all glad to see her getting long so nicely Wm Biggs Esq who hasbeen onfined to his home for the last somewht3mroved man in every respect andRe hope tosee him out again soon Uncle PerryH Jcbdt if in aboutrovinl i a ok rtb i t il t f 1 t i k 1i t r rrkrrrJJ2t1PoJ r rNd n fjr 2 r3r d- iUI r = h7i UIo oa oJS V sl WWst2 1Y 71 7K 7r t7N iy NN 7t777fiIfi 7f Jt j IL ca1 1 And Sjee7f is AND BE CONVINCED THAT i our Styles are the NEWESTA Ass 0 r t m e ntthe LARGESTr iv Quality the BEST I and Prices the v LOWEST 5 CAR LOAD OF BUGGIES JUST RECEIVED HARDWARE FARM IMPLEMENTS FIELD SEEDS FERTILIZERS HARNESS SADDLES i Wm F Jeffries Sons Columbia Ky S I 7r7171711 71 7r 7I7K7KI Jl 7r7KK A GREAT PROPOSITION TWO PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE lk For the next 30 days X100 CASH IN ADVANCE gets I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND i THE SOUTHERN HOME r To all Subscribers or to any one who pays up all arrears to The News and 100 in Advance willreceive he Southern Home Free For 12 Months GREEN RIVER FARM FOR SALE My farm 1 mile south of Little Cake Ion Green river containing 304 acres 1 mile from church and scroop Good buildings of all kinds J2 good orchards and is a desirable home Hasp ample timber for keeping up the farm and 400 of merchantable timber standing There are 48 acres of bottom land worth more than I ask for the entire farm 2500 buysthe 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 Ky 264m Cleaned Out When a deep cellar becomes filled with heavy poisonous air it is never safe to go into it until it has been cleaned out When your body has been poisoned with the foul residues of undigested food it is just as necessary to clean it out To do this pleasantly and safely take Dr Caldweirs laxative Syrup Pepsin It is a pure scientific preparation which has no equal in the cure of constipation headache bilious ness and stomachtrouble Sold by Dr JN Page of Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails FOR RENT A neat cottage with 6 rooms building new and well located in Columbia Apply to JOHN WALLACE Marcum Hotel 282t Had aClose Call A danKeroulaurgicaloperationin volving the removal of a malignant ul cer as large aa myhan from mY daughtera lip wail prevented by the applieaof BucicWa Arnica Sato Iayr A G Stick l of htus Vl Va PMiktmt time of the Salve cowpkUly cirifc aUrS1CntsBnrrra Im stTI E P1kcJi gist- MJKr t t I Jiir t t k IILOUISVILLE K1Y Organized uuder a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transactionof a generai trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin istrator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every position of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair ti impar tiald profitable management ia guaranteed by itslarge assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength STOWAJI am this week receiving a car Load of STONE WARE and will sell same at 12 cents per gallon v Can Furnish You Jars from 1 to 10 gallons Churns from 3 to 6 gallons f AttI SIttCLtAI i1i w i TO BUY O SE1 PROPERTY List it With W T EwDi RUL EsTATE AGENcyHiNo commiiMHon until oki yCM wi h to byfi1l out blank and to this Agency Will MlicL1 lidTciide Renew a Amble real ess tate papas one free to every peion liatiac or writinf forimfor- DOUBGlaatlon TEwlNGRaLLEaTATJ KY I want r containing IB I v to co t not exoK Niasa i h HtIdrr iy i j I y