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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i2i L e c 4i1 5rZ w SI J 111 a i VA 2 I v 7 r r r z VOLUME 9 3 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENT UCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 6 1906 NUMBER 30 DirectoryI 0 POST OFFICE L M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTYI 1Ofce hours weekdays 730 a m to 830 p m COURT CIRCUIT COURT Three sessions a yBaxHTMrd Monday in January third Monday in May nd third Monday in September J Circuit JudgeIL C Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A Hudctlcsto- nSheriffW B Patteson Circuit ClerkJ F Neat monthCourrxt Judge Junius Hancock County AttorneyG P Smythe ClerkT R StintsiSailerA W Tarter J AssesfJorFG w Pike Surve raW M McCubbin YSchoolSuptMrsG R Shin Coroner 0 W Rowe CITY CoURTM i t MayorCapt W W Bradshaw J Judge AttorneyGordon Montgomery MarshalS C Strange r 1 CHURCHJ PRESBYTERIAN BURKEviLLE STREETRev W C Clemen pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in eachmonth SundaySchool at 9 a m every Sabbath Prayermeeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BORKESVILLE STREETRev A R Kasey pastor Services let 2nd and 3rd Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday nightBAPTIST GREENSBURG STREET pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night CHRISTIANC- AtiPBELLSV1LLE PIKEEld ZT Williams pas tor Services second and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 ft m Prayermeeting Wednesday night LODGE MASONIC t LU1CBU LopGE No 96 F and A M Regnlar aetIt In their hall over bank on Friday night or bef are the full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery W It E G Atkins Secretary COLUMBIA CRAFTER R A M No 7 meets Friday night after full moon SAX LEWIS H P Horace Jeffries Secretary COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month EG ATKINS T LM T R STULTS RECORDER t As the Season is r Open for Wool I will inform the people of Adair and adjoining counties that 1 am PAYING THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES flfor Wool The prices ranges from 25c to 27c for Wool in the Grease from 35c to 37c for Picked Wool Burry and Black Wool lOc to 20 els fj SAM LEWIS L7 Columbia Kentucky CITIZENS LIFE INSURANCE CO LOUISVILLE KY I am representing the above named company in Adair and adjoining counties It is one of the best companies doing business and has written an immense lot of insurance since its organization It isa home company and home people should place their business with it Fnr further information see t J H DOFF Agent I x JHotekRestaurant J1N N Brlnton It Son P roprietorsj tittfttffl Him Bar or Niflt COMFORTABLE ROOMS M of ru4MJe1L1acyes t t JEJpYi I tc t t i 1f f r 1i r if THE JUG BUSINESS It seems hard to shut out whiskey from local option territory despite the will and wishes of the people Every effort made to suppress its use and every move on the part of the people to overthrow it has been and is being met by the tactics of those who indulge in its trafic The law recently passed by our legistature forbiding its sale and shipping into local option communi ties is not the panacea for the evil that our law makers expected While the law does not take effect until the 9th inIfowill necessarily take place in this part of the country Information that a Kentucky dealer one who has had a profitable business in this section will establish a place of business in Jeff er sonville and will from that point con tinue shipping uninterruptedly Notice to this effect is now reaching out to buyers The law of our state is too puny to shut it out The wit and in genuity of dealers surpass the limits ofIthe hopes and ambitions of local people We might ask why is this What is the remedy In our mind it can only be answered in this way first it is due to divided action the result of the state and Federal Government not agreeing on the great proposition of local self government The remedy does not lie in our state laws it can not be successfully applied by state government it can only be secured by Federal recognition of state rights The remedy therefore lies in our Na tional Congress and no where this side of congressional ion can the tem perance people hope to win for any length of time When congress passes a law forbiding the manufacture sale or transportation of alcoholic drinks into local option territory in other words when the Federal government will give protection and just recogni tion to local government then andnot till then will the cause of the temper ante advocates be advanced If the local option leaders the ministers of bur pulpits and the orators of every profession arrayed against whiskey will stir the sentiment of local option organizations to demand of our con gressman Federal recognition of local rights in this one instance then states could have their laws enforced and communities could live within the limits of their own desires so far as this evil effects their interests Our law for biding its transportation into local op tion territory is to be annulled by outsiders under interstate transportation regulations and laws backed by Federal power ancl prestige Let every advo cate of temperance preach this doc trine let every believer in the cause of temperance demand of his candidate for congress and support only those who will pledge a faithful effort to bring about such legislation and the ball will begin to roll The remedy is in congress the mistake is on the part of temperance people WORK OF THE GRAND JURY The grand jury after being in session nine days returned fifty indict ments classified as follows Breach of peace 15 Setting up crap game 1 House breaking i 1 Malicious cutting 2 Grand 1 D sturbmgworshipL M 2 Wreckless weapons 3 Trespass T Retailingliquor 11 Concealed 3 J1AssaultCutttog timberJ 1IWillful trespass v Liquor to minor 1ltl- 5v iJulawfnly colloctnlget011 Vl 1 Murder t 1lf We guarantee arts goods for same Money Jam s for lam rnOnY- thI a7ti r Ii5 f T lRVNB1MafCO 4 i s it P 7 Ywv fgp fa fa Dont miss the Band concert Come to Campbellsville The Lyon Buggy Co will do the rest Russell circuit court the third Mon day in this month Mr AH Judd has had a new roof put upon his residence We guarantee more goods for H same money same goods for less money than any other firm THE LYON BUGGY Co Sheriff W B Patteson conveyed Ed Stone of color to the penitentiary at Frankfort Monday All day singing at Plum Point second Sunday in June conducted by R 0Cabbell and Wolford Brothers Come to Campbellsville The Lyon Buggy Co will do the rest The Band boys are in fine trim and are sure you will get your moneys- worth uif you attend the concert T t Mrs S D Barbee has a turkey hen that has laid forty eggs and no indications of setting up to this writing We guarantee more goods for same money same goods for less money than any other firm THE LYON BUGGY Co Dr S A Taylor will start a grist mill and corn crusher at Gradyville The machinery was bought last week Mr C M Herriford sold his storehouse and stock of general merchandise to Mrs R E Tandy to take effect the 10th day of July The peach crop of Adair county will be the largest for many years Apples will not be so plentiful but a sufficiency for home consumption There will be a concert at thee court house next Thursday evening given by the Columbia Brass Band assisted by Mrs Rounds and pupils Come to Campbellsville the Lyon Buggy Co will do the rest FOR SALE OR RENT One seven room house on Boomer Heights- S BAY CONOVER tf- Memorial services were held at Bear Wallow Church last Saturday Gov ernor J R Hindman was the principal speaker several hundred people being present The case of the Commonwealth against Jodie Burbridge charged with killing Bill McClure was continued un til the third day of the next term of the Adair circuitcourt HOMECOMING Free pass to Campbellsville and re turn Good for two weeks THE LYON BYGGY Co We understand that several of Mr Creed Hoods children have been sick since their arrival at Elida New Mex ico and in a short time the family will return to Adair County Bowman Coomer and Luther F etcher living at Breeding were out hunt ing last Saturday Fletchers gun was accidentally discharged the contents striking Coomer Eighteen shot were picked out of his face Friends of Auld Lang Syne are coming by the hundreds and on Tuesday the 19th of June a joyful time is anticipated at the Fair Grounds Let every body bring baskets Misses Ethel Estella Annie Rent and Agnes all daughters of Mr and Mug Robert Conover took the examination Friday and Saturday of last- weeicracbale receiving a Jfittclass Certl r IX k tf t H t t df 1fJrb fr br fTilil tsi6JI tJQQYCO o t l f irprtw r 4 lt A p 7hlr zi I 1 11 DEAD INFANT FOUND Considerable excitement was created in town last Saturday at noon when the news spread over the city that a dead infant had been found in the al ley near the blacksmith shop of J W Coffey A News representative went to the scene finding a part of the remains of an infant supposed to be wellmatured In our judgment its color could not be definitely stated as its identity had been destroyed by decomposition Squire John Eubank assisted by County Attorney G P Smythe began an inquest and several witnesses were examined It developed from one of the colored servants at the Marcum Hotel that he found the bucket containing y the remains in a lumber room and threw it in the alley not knowing what it contained The room in which it was found has not been occupied by anyone since last August v r The inquest has not been finished but continued until next Saturday There are many theories being advanced but we do not believe there is a single person who has tangible information sufficient to base an opinion It is an unfortunate affair and that sucha crime should be perpetrated in our town is generally regretted NOME COMING PROGRAM 14iV Ilt3s itIIft1i L The following is the program Religious exercisesW H C San didge assisted by all the ministers of the county Song Service Eld Z T Williams J S Stapp Opening Address Gov J R Hind anResponseH n E L Dohoney Par is Texas Jug J G Winfrey Evens vile hid and Honi F Read Ft Smith Ark- Matters of Interest in the Public Records of the county Hon J F MontgomeryOur r Growth HonW F Neat Public Men of the CountyJudge H C Baker Adair County for the Last One Hun dred Years Hon Rollin Hurt The Moral Sentiment of Adair Coun ty Now and ThenHon F R Win frey The Bar and Adair jounty Judges Judge W W Jones A New Comers Impression of Adair CountyMr L C Winfrey The Adair County Politician and How He Gets There Hon Ben Lee Hardin of arrodsburg The Coming Young Men of Adair ltyMr tJordon Montgomery The Women of Adair County Young nd OldMr G P Smythe A Paper on the Common Schools of Adair CountyMrs Georgia Shelton Educational InterestBy those con nected with the two institutions of learningHistorical Records of Adair County prepared by Hon J F Montgomery Mr James Garnett and Mr ITR StultsCommittee on Invitation C S Harris Gordon Mont o eryandG P Smythe The Columbia Brass Band will fur nishmusIc at intervals throughput the day This program was Hurriedly gotten up and possibly some slight changes will be made but in the main it is cor rect r JR HINDMAN Chairman JE MURRELL Secretary 1JCALL QN- i ME p I At my old stand backpf the Mar cum Hotel 7 handle salt lime cement etfcWfll buy wool iethaland shaketoSiliari l p HuTCHiioii tk t Mill j ixVJt iit Jf U Qjl 5 t t z 1Ifi f f G ==THIS YEAR=i The Best Ever f COLUMBIA FAIR August IsL four Days g Large Display itOFfEVERYTHINGI EDUCATION AND PROFIT l MUSIC and MIRTH y V Emporium of Progress Everya EVERY DAY A GOOD DAY FINE BAND MUSIC 5 LARGEST I BEST FAIR EVER HELD WE AIM TO SURPASS ALL PREVIOUS EXHIBITS THIS IS EvrybodyS fairJ AND WE VANT EVERYBOD f TO COME E tJVfT j B C0 eY Pres s I btlt t r y j3t t r rAsu tJ 4 1 r rhi rq y fi s r s 1 5 1ft d 7 J4Jti r J j t sr r t d i W 4 J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JUNE 6 1906 THE INFLUENCE OF nOME 4Mid pleasures and palaces Though we may roam Be it ever so humble Theres no place like home Truer lines than these never Came from the pen of man bu how many of us have the proper conception of home Are our homes merely staying places or do the individual members of th family cooperate in an effort to make this earthly dwelling place of ours a foretaste of the world beyond the grave There ar far too many homes that are un happy because the occupants do not study each others welfare and happiness Each think that the other should relinquish all privileges for them Nothing but misery cancome from such erroneous ideas and to correct these mistakes we should prac tice self abnegation and cultivate a spirit of mutual forbearance Parents should endeavor to make home as attractive as possible to the children that they may not be in haste to depart from the scenes of their youthful gambols until thoroughly prepared to cope with the active Iduties of life Youth is a period of character formation and very few children throw off the shackles of their environment and rise from ob scurity by their own efforts The pulpit press and school are three poten factors in awakening the mind to a conception of high ideals but none of them have 1g fsuch weight as is produced by the home If home influence is properly exerted it has the pow er of awakening the most noble aspirations to which the human mind is subject The downward path which is trodden by many of the brightest should be a warning to those who have im maculate minds under their care Train up a child in the right path and he will not depart from it is a trite saying but is as true today as ever A true Christian home where each member of the family works together in harmony and love for the gen eral good is the most beautiful picture imaginable Such a home is indeed shut out from the world of turmoil and strife and is an earthly paradise Many times has the memory of such a home brought back the wander ing prodigal from the very brink of the yawning chasms of eter nal ruin Even though his hands are steeped in guilt and his heart hardened in sin the tide of memory will recall to his way ward heart a recollection of for mer happiness with great force eternityialone can measureExBL- ACKBURN TO OPPOSE HAGER In spite of repeated denials contained in press dispatches from Washington The Herald has information from what is believed to be an authoritative source that Senator J CS Blackburn will be the antiad ministration candidate for Gov ernor It is learned that several i t members of the Kentucky delegation inJGongress held a conference t in Washington Wednes day and agreed to lend their support and influence to Senator Blackburn in the event that he acandijdate While Senator Blackburn hash f- V6a i said that he is not a candidate for Governor he has never said that he would not yield to the wishes of his friends and make the race if they so desired On the contrary he said on one occa bidt ding of his friends and if they thought that he was the logical candidate to oppose Judge Hager abideby their decision It is known that Senator Black burn and Senator McCreary were CongressmaneOllie James make the race against Judge Hager and they have not yet given up all hope of persuad ing the big Congressman from the First district to enter the race Senator Blackburn would only be too glad to get out of the way of Mr James but the lat ter seems to be content to re main a member of the House of Representatives It is in the event that Mr James positively refuses to make the race that Senator Blackburn will consent to become a candidate WANTS MACHINE DEFEATED Only recently Senator Black burn told one of his warmest supporters who was urging him to make the race for Governor that he would much prefer retir ing to his home in Woodford county after his term as Senator had expired He said at the time that he believed it to be the best interests of the Democratic party that the machine candidate be defeated but that he thought a younger man could better accomplish the overthrow of the Ma chine It was then that he was told that the mention of his pro bable candidacy had been re ceived with favor by Democrats in all parts of Kentucky and he remarked that if he was the choice of the opponents of the machine and the people wanted him to be a candidate he would make the race for Governor Urey Woodson Secretary of the Democratic National Com mittee who left here ten days ago ostensibly to spend a month in California is now in Washington He is one of the antiad misistration leaders and it is said that the object of his visit in Washington at this time is to report to Senator Blackburn the condition of political affairs in Kentucky and urge him to run for Governor Mr Woodson original choice for Governor like others of the opposition leaders is Congressman Ollie James but with Mr James out of the way he is said to favor Senator Blackburn who he believes could de feat Judge Hager for the nom ination Louisville HeraldI A WARNING NOTE The question with the Democ racy of Eleventh district is not Who can beat Edwards for Con gress or Who will serve best to further split the Republican party in the district The game of splitting and demoralizing par ties is attended with danger to the splitters For a period of many years it has devolved upon the Democrats of the Kentucky mountains to save their party from defeat in- State elections They have stood together like a wall of adamant putting away all temptations and s i 7JCJtvJr t J resisting all blandishments and bribes holding in their hands at all times the fate of their party in the midst of all its great bat tles of the past- Conditions have not changed Although the Republican partyof the mountain district is in sore straits split into factions over the one question of Federal ap pointment NOT ONE VOTE WILL BE MISSING AT THE NEXT STATE ELECTIONLet Democart of the Elev enth district be deceived in par ticipation in the coming Republi can struggle for nomination for CongressThe mountain Democ racy is the reserve force of Ken tucky Democracy It has never Itreated with the enemy It has counted noses in many a memor able and decisive battle for the principles of Democracy in State government and every mother son of them was found at his post of duty Now of all times and seasons is it important that Democrats of the highlands keep out of the enemys camp Baits are being thrown out to Democrats here and there debts of an unknown quantity and of doubtful value are now and then contracted by Democrats some of them are around the camp fires of the enemy in fancied securi ty Get you to your tents Dem ocrats and build ye your own camp fires for a real battle not a sham fight is not far hence Somerset Journal PUT IT DOWN For years there has existed for some unaccountable reason an undercurrent of hard feel ings among a certain class of citizens in the country districts towards the county seat and her II business interests Just why this unfortunate state of feeling should exist is hard to explain but it crops out every now and then Whenever there is an op portunityto knock against the town there can always be found a few misguided citizens from the rural districts who are ever ready to seize it This is all wrong and should not be encour aged Between Springfield and the country districts of the coun ty nothing but the kindliest of feelings should prevail The town is dependent on the country and to a great extent the country is dependent on the town That which is of benefit to the one is of like benefit to the oth ereEach has its particular office to fill and there is no occasion for any jealousy between the country interests and the town interests Springfield Leader In everyday life we meet many people who are always ready to find fault with the actions of their fellow men It is an easy matter for almost anyone to con demn the doings of others and one does not need an extraordi nary amount of brains to do so yet it seems to be practically im possible for those belonging to this class ofcritics to do better themselves Criticism consists notin finding fault censuring and condemning deeds but in being able to discuss them fairly llrejheve 1Jtrf y Jafns 3 Fr i t a i r4 5Ya t IDiamonds WISEMAN SON I l and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians U Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line I Oposite Music Hall W Market 11132 1st 2d StLouisville Kyl Coffins AND Caskets Til keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Gaskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it patronize J E Snow Russell Springs IS D CrenshaWI Special Attention to EyesI Fistulo Pollevil Spavir or any sur gical work done at fair prices I am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE FROM COLUMBIA ON II Dr O S Dunbarr DltfTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky Iam prepared to fix Pumns Tinwork Woodwork and all kinds of repairing a specialty Horseshoeing and Blacksmithing I am prepared to do your buggy repairing on short notice LOCATION WATER STREET WADE H EUBANKS 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 FEELING LIVERISH This Morning KJ L lAMLaxative Jt ii g j jE r i John A Hobson II II 17000 Rolls Wall Paper 2 12 Cents to 25 Cents per Roll Woven Wire Fence Poultry Netting Screen Wire Metal Roofing Galvanized Sheet iron Guttering Lime Salt Cement Samples of Wall Paper Sent on Applic- ationGreensburg Kentucky u 7i IN IN IN A71 IN IIA IN IN A711 A7KA I I I 7K vQ IA NEW v Mill and Crusher7K v I am ready to furnish firstclass Meal and Crushed Feed i BRING YOUR CORN I- Avand you get the meal it makesthe Old Fashion way jV EVERYTHING NEW BUT THE MILLERHE HAS HAD THE wn T EEXPERIENCE1 7JC ISTLOCATION NEAR EUBANKS SHOP f v7 5 W H WILSON ivIZvviV GL ii i i ii vN11 I ii I n il ij n i iK23i 11 11 mIFm7i7i m IIl i LUMBER WflNTED We are in tH6 market for Lumber at our Columbia Yard We pine fair In spefltion and pad highest sash prices Give us a Trial Standard Saw Mill Go B F RflKBSTRflW =Manager E IL NEWBERRy Yard Foreman Frank CorcoranrHIGHGRADE MAR BLE AND GRANATE Cemetery work of all kind Trade from Adair and ad joining counties respect fully solicited See us before you buy I Main Street Iicbanon Ksntaaky r TELEPHONE 1872 CCl H fDefinight Sons Co f FURNITURE CARPETS z RUGS AND DRAPERIES COR 4TH WALNUT ST 3LOUISVLLE ijr JAMES TRIPLET DENTIST RESIDENT PHONE y9 OFFICE PHONE 40 RING 2 IirOnIcEIH JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY iif 1 a 5A r r J F r u rJSri 4 WILMORE HOTEL +Firsts tang Table sFeedStbleReasoaable Batefe W MWILMORe PReS Qradyville Kentucky 1- r ItIa l sr f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JUNE 6 1906 Enterprise iiIjChas 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 erne Is a Worthy ifIycc1Magazine And shouldRBe in every homeA rtj 7C 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 tt DID YOU SKY You Wanted Good Doors and Windows QUICK 4 Send your orders to the 4 BEST Sash and Door House In The South E L HUGHES CO 215217219 E Main St LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 4 444444444 44444444444444 O Do You Want a lJ HOME If so we can furnish you oneany kind you want have for sale a great variety of farms dwellingh business houses and business propositions I ousesIDO YOU WANT A FARM Write us what kind of a place you are looking for size what improvements where located how much you are willing to invest and any other pertinent information I We have farms of all sizes character and prices and we are certain to interest you if you are on the market A postal card will bring you one of our printed I66ntral Kentucky Real Estate listsI 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 warehouse or warehouse company We conduct a Strictly Independent Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business C A BRIDGES CO Props PICKETT TOBAGCO WAREHOUSE LOUI SVILLE KENTUCKY JiE PATTE OTtnOTEIt No better place can be found than the above named hotel It is new elegantly furnished and the table at all tunes supplied with the best the market affords Feed stable in connection iJt a B 1 PHTTESOi Po Aa1E1sJioaa a 7H fr of 1x rxq J i k f11 j 1 NEW REVENUE LAW IA List of Some of The Taxes and License Fees Required After June II The schedule given below is a partial list of taxes and license fees imposed by the new revenue and taxation act passed by the recent General assembly The law goes into effect June 11 next and after that date the following rates will be laid on the business statedTo keep a tavern or hotel from 10 to 210 according to rooms and priviliges To retail malt liquors 75 spir itous and vinous liquors 150 spiritous vinous and malt liquors 200 To sell by retail playing cards 10 pistols 100 bowie knives dirks brass knucks or slung shot 100 Pawn broker 500 fur nishing stamps or checks to pur chasers of merchandise 100 To keep ten pin nine pin bowling or boxball alley 15 if county exceeds 25000 in popula tion if not 10 for each alley or ballwayCircuses menageries and ex hibitions under canvas 1 for each 100 voters in county not to exceed 50- Foreign slaughter and packing houses doing business in this state 50 cents per 100 worth of gross receipts To sell at retail cigarette mate rial 10 at wholesale 25 Wagon selling at retail pe trolium or lubricating oil 15 To stand stud jack or bull a sum equal to the greatest sum charged for services of the an imalPeddler with twohorse wagon 50 onehorse wagon 40 horse back 30 on foot 20 person accompanying peddler with wag on 20 To exhibit trained animals not circus or menagerie 5 per dayAuctioneer in each town 5 Billiard table 20 additional tables 5 each To post or distribute bills etc except for resident merchant county fair association owners lessees or managers of theatre or opera house or candidate for political office 10 Wharfboat 10 Bottling soft drinks 25 Brokers and commission mer chants not including banks and trust companies 25 To run cane or knife rack art ful dodger etc 5 Commercial agencies 100 On each show concert exhibition or other performance for fees not exclusively for religious benevolent or educational purposes and not in a licensed hall 5 renovators 10 Ferries 25 Eortune tellers clairvoyants and palmists 20 Hack stage or automobile line for public purpose 10 Ice factory 15 to 30 accord ing to capacity Steam laundry or foreign laun dry doing business in this state W Loan COJD1UIfties4CN Lightening rodagents 50 v Merrygoround 10 r s J Gsa f ak jjjjjjjjjj Oleomargarine dealer 5 To sell patent medicine 100 Photograph gallery 5 Piano and organ agent 5 R R Eating house 10 Restaurant 5 Real estate agent in towns of first second and third class 25 fourth fifth and sixth class 10 Sewing machine agents 10 Shooting galleries 5 Soda fountain 250 To sell soft drinks natural or mineral water not from foun tain 250- Picture enlargement agent 5 Theater or opera house in city of first class 40 second class 20 third class 15 fourth fifth and sixth 10- Venders of spectacles and jew elry 10- Venders of stoves and ranges 20 To operate skating room in city of first class 75 second 50 third 25 fourth 10 fifth and sixth 5- Wholesale liquor dealers 25 to 350 according to amount and nature of business Rectifiers li cents per wine gallon I A Texas Wonder Theres a Hill at Bowie Tex thats twice as big as last year This wonder is W L Hill who from a weight of 90 pounds has grown to over 180 He says- I suffered with a terrible cough and doctors gave me up to die of Consumption I was reduced to 90 pounds when I began taking Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Now after taking 12 bottles 1 have more than doubled in weight and am completely cured Only sure Cough and Cold cure Guaranteed by T E Paull Druggist 50c and 100 Trial bottle free WE PROTEST We desire to file our protest against the State Executive Com mittee calling a Democratic pri mary election next November to nominate candidates for the various state officers that are not to be elected until November 1907 We protest that such a thing is a violation of all party precedent and therefore an innovation We protest because there has come no demand from the voters for a primary a year in advance of the election We protest because it gives as pirants now in public office at Frankfort an undue advantage from personal acquaintance over other Democrats who may desire to become candidates We protest because the whole thing is concocted by a certain lot of political office holders in their own interest regardless of the interest of the party We protest because such an action by the party committee will demonstrate to Democrats that it belongs to the machine and not to the party and that such conclusive knowledge will be used to the detriment of the party in the regular election of 1907We protest because the nomination of a ticket a year in advance of the election is likely to result in the nomination of some men who could not possibly be nominated a few months before the election We protest because the tissues of the Presidential election of 1908 will be clearly nedin 1907 The Parker and the Bryan elements of the party will each kto control the next eyrt jjjjj National Convention and the people will want to select their standard bearers from those who line up on the right side They cannot do that jn 1906 because the issues and the lines willnot be clearly defined this Fall We protest because candidates may die who are nominated in 1906 before the election of 1907 or they may commit some act that will render them unfit for the nominationWe because such snap judgment upon the people will cause a vigorous protest and will endanger the success of the tick et But our protest will have no effect because the party does not belong to the people neither do the offices they belong to the Frankfort oligarchyElizabetht- own News DICK LEE WINFREY Cheif of Police R L Winfrey of Dallas Texas said Chief Millikin at the Gibson was about the richest card in the Hot Springs deck Chief Milikin was talking to Attorney Wade Cushing and a party of friends Chief F J Cassada of Elmira N Y had just finished an address at the banquet dealing exhaustively with what he knew about farming Cheif Winfrey was called upon to respond but his toast had not been assigned Winfrey is about seven feet tall and a specimen of the Southern Empire giant worthy of being emulated by Goliath himself When he arose to talk it was like an uprising in the yeast and you all know what that means He was a target for the unmarried ladies and when he talked Dan Cupid got on his working clothes This does not go if he hears it I have not been assigned a toast this even he went on in a rich Southern brogue I have listened to the Chief from Elmira N Y tell you about farmin and heard all he had to say about his 236acre farm A 236 acre farm in Texas would not be big enough to let a Texas colt roll in About 600 miles from Dallas a friend of mine has a farm We call it a ranch You travel two days to get to his station and then you drive a day to reach his outside gate Dah you enteh and the distance includin peregrina tions among his English walnut groves to the doohsteps of his house in 36 410 milesThis extravagant statement was greeted with considerable applause He was asked shortly after by an in quisitive citizen from Syracuse as to how many notches he had on his gun Is darh a Jedge pwesent he de manded and concluded by adding that he was not being Lesowed and wanted legal advice as to whether he had perforce to answer the question All I got is a smoothbore 44 The ham mer is always tied back I simply slide my fingeh along the barrel and snip the hammeh afteh the stwing is off sah Winfrey and myself said Chief Millikin started out early one morn ing to take a horseback ride When Winfreys horse was brought up he simply slid one leg out into the air It took an upward curve and finally described an aerial semicercle reaching over the animal and he was mounted We rode for about three hours when he stopped and inquired Do you all know of any stream about heah The gang of colored children ad dressed said they knew of none Turning to me he said Cannel I am cer tainly powerful thirsty How do you feel U I feel fine Could you feel betteh Sehl- U Thats owing to condition 1 replied Well ahlam certainly the molt provident man you eveh saw I have thoM conditions right heah in my bckpock tlr Cincinnati Enquirer The Band will give a concert at the courthouse on Thursday night June 7th v 11 gw t r t ti STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM Crush two quarts of strawberries and mix two cupfuls of su gar thoroughly through them letting them stand half an hour or until the sugar is thoroughly dissolved then put them into a large square cheesecloth hold it over a bowl and squeeze as long as any juice or pulp will come through Empty the seeds and pulp into a pan and pour on gradually about one pint of milk stir it well through the pulp then squeeze again through the cheese cloth untill you have only a ball of seeds left Add to all this juice from one to three pints of cream and sugar it untilvery sweet Freeze as usual r The game warden of New York t says he is going to enforce to the letter the law against women wearing feathers on their hats There is a fine of 60 for selling or wearing them This is another case of a Legislature meddling in small matters when there are so many large ones to be attended to Let the women adorn themselves in any way to make themselves more beautiful The last best gift to man should not be trammeled in her right to decorate as she may desire Stanford Journal Injunction is issued A stringent injunction has been issued against the malignant activity of dys pepsia amongst all people by Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Do not fail to invoke the powerful aid of this great enemy of all stomach and bowel disorder at the least sign of organsItright and make you well Try it Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back ifit fails KENTUCKY FAIR DATESeLancaster July 183 days Hustonville July 253 days Madisonville July 315 daysQDanville August 13 daystHarrodsburg August 74 days Fern Creek August 144 days Vanceburg August 154 days Columbia August 214 days Shepherdsville August 214 days Guthrie August 233 days Springfield August 233 days Shelbyville August 284 days Nicholasville August 283 days Bardstown August 294 days Florence August 294 days Paris September 45 days Elizabethtown September 43 days Monticello September 114 days Glasgow September 124 days Falmouth September 264 days 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 1 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 hi the State We certainly feel veryYgrateful 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 tunes endeavor to give more goods and bet ter values for same money and same goods and same values for less money than any other dialers in the country Yours to please THE LYON BUGGY Co Cp lnUJe JJ J t t r + r 7r- Yr d I u = v nn ioot iimIii Y 8rqtIrOG aWaM Yi1UOQ RIAQAb dH I cr f5l 3 Cm VULIL no w n i1f U n d w x fto SM eutslewJ Published Every Wednesday riY TIE 1LdurNews Company INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR oocratc sewspaper devoted to the interests at the city of Columbia and the people of Adair i tl adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia tomceaiI aecond claM mail matter WED JUNE fi 19061 The call for a meeting of the Democratic Executive Committe of the State on June 12th fo the purpose of fixing a time and prescribing a manner of nominating candidates for State offices and for United States Senator i in our judgment premature and wholely unwarranted by the ne cessities of party policy The fact is that such action is not at this time demanded nor wanted by the great part of our party but evidently comes from the brains of the scheming few who doubtless seek advantage in their per sonal ambitions It is generally believed that a primary will be called on the day of the general election next November and it is claimed that the committee is justified in taking this advanc ed step in the belief that such ac tion will assist Congressional nominees in close districts and especially in the Third Whether this be true or false or wheth er it is the purpose of certain as pirants to force an early and un due decision in the selection of ticket and thereby advance their claims is unknown but we do not tkany cratic principles or party suprem ecy in such action We believe in the broadest opportunities to all the fairest means and meth ods and so understand our party to teach and practice the same There is no necessity for making a ticket twelve months in ad vance of a contest The Demo crats do not want it and if such a course is mapped out by the com mittee it will act in open defiance to Democratic sentiment in this State and introduce a dangerous precedent that may later on cost the party an enormous bill Else where we reproduce an editorial t y from the Elizabethtown New which is plain open and positive and which doubtless pictures the true motives behind the movement to bring about nominations prematurely We do not favor a primary and can not see a single reason to justify the selection of our candidates so fain r advance Twelve months may find our most popular political lights but dimly shining twelve months may bring us face to face with new issues new methods and even greater men twelve months may prove a great mis take to both party and State We trust that the committee will not v act hastily in this matter but lis l ten as well to the appeals of Democrats who do not favor thei 7 course outlined as truly as those j who urge early action The great number of voters is not to be ignored if success in the end is fJ lto be obtained Stepby step ma chine methods will work the over throw ofany party though the ma j priy may be un- v uestioned a nd unchallenged I i The committee should select such i Jjktr J N f J ii t r a time and such methods as will open tjjie broadest field to true merit and ability and if it fails in this it falls short of Democratic principles In the name ofDem ocratic teachings and with good will to all aspirants we protest against selecting a candidate 12 months in advance of election either by primary or otherwise Hon M R Patterson received the Democratic nomination for Governor of Tennessee after spirit ed convention lasting four days in the city of Nashville SeReprersentative in Congress from the Louisville district has announced his candidacy for reelection He oppositionsfrom the Democratic ranks Hon Gus Coulter at one time Auditor of Kentucky died at his home in Mayfield Ky last week He was well known over the State as a politician a good business man and a capable official A Democratic Convention to nominate a candidate for Congress in the Seventh district will beheld at Frankfort July 12th Hon South Tremble the present Representative is not a for renomination but it is said he will be before the people fo Lieutenant Governor Mr R D Hill United States district attorney for the Western Division of Kentucky died at his late home in Williamsburg last proafound lawyer a Christian gentle man popular with everybody he most widely known man in Eastern Kentucky Spain was thrown into terrible state of excitement last Thursday just after the marriage of King Alfonso to Princess Victoria Just as the King and his bride were entering the Palace a bomb thrower got in his work the missile falling near the royal coach The King and Quee providentially escaped an elec tric wire deflecting the boom but sixteen persons most of them of the personal and military escort and other spectators were killed The State Democratic Execu tive Committee will meet at the sOld Inn Louisville June 12 for the purpose of agreeing upon the manner and time for nominating State officers and also a candidate for United States Senator It is generally believed that a primary will be called and that November 6 1906 will be the date It looks like the saloon men in Louisville will win out Judge 13031forbiding Sunday unconstitutional He stated that in his opinion pros ecutions may be had under section 1321 providing for general observance of the Sabbath us it looks like a case of corru tion The situation in Louisville touching liquor selling Win not be improved until there is a dis position upon the part of certain officers to see that the law is enforced Like all cities Lo1is yule is corrupt not any more than others and to purify theX atmosphere menlike Jo Folkr pill have to takeS hold of tlie reiriof the government V iif f f i Jjo II I ii if Rev Ben imanFranklin Law horn who was the pactor4of i the Church at Hawesvilie4 has been silenced from Preaehmguntil the next meeting of the Louisville Conference He is chargedwith iunmoral conduct the woman in the case being Mrs Joseph Sapp the wife ofa merchant in that city Criminal conduct is not chargedtGovernor Beckham is showing a strong hand in aiding the May or of Louisville to enforce the- unday Law The whisky element is strong and defiant but it is facing a stronger element and able and determined leaders Governor Beckham asks the saloon people only to live within the present law and practically notifies them that if they persist in ignoring the Sunday law that they may lose all the privileges they now possess The Gover is understood to favor a vote for prohibition in the entire State rather than have the saloon People of Louisville control the situation There is scarcely a doubt as to the result of a vote on whisky in this State It would go out byja heavy majority and not Louise ville close but every screen door asiderProbably it will be best for the whisky interests to obey the clos ing law and likewise it would be better for the State for them to antagonize the legalauthorities and bring the proposition before the voters of the State and blot out their privileges in every community The fight in Louisville will be watched with mucji in terest and since the Governor has decided to aid the Mayor there is not likely to be any let up in de mands and obedience to law will ultimately be established LOCAL NEWS oIiGradyville entertained a large of young people last Saturday night in honor of Misses Kate Walker and Gary Hughes of this place A great many Columbians responded to invitations all reporting a most delightful time James D Phelan Chairman of the Relief Fund San Francisco inacknowl edging the reception of 1622 collect ed and sent to the sufferers by Mr Horrace Jeffries of this place says Permit us to convey to all contributors our very sincere thanks for th assistance afforded and also for the kindly manifestation of sympathy and good will Rev J L Owens of McKinney Ky filled the pulpit at the Baptist Church this city last Sunday forenoon an evening preaching two interesting ser mons He is a forcible speaker and it was readily discoverd that he was a man of education and a logical reasoner There is some talk of the congregation calling Rev Owens to the pastorate but no conclusion will be reached until a church meeting is held t SUNDAYPt J L Adkins Russell Springs and Providence WC Clemens Columbia v WH C Sandidge Ebeneezer W S Dudgeon Cane Valley J Roach Pink Ridge V sooltinabia 4 ff iJAi Grant MCaitneL fct G Y Wilson GlwEnriti lJ Gampbell White Hill oJr JBargerGI lle aIw IZ T Williams Columbia r i1 ti ii1 n 3ir t PAID LISTaT- he j j v News Honor 0117 Is Your Name Written There The following are paid subscribers since our last issueF J C Bryant Ben F Thomas Wm Francis GB Page WrE Blanken ship J C Acree Theodore Powell G Spillnian J D Lowe J W sex on 0 P Willis N W Miller B H Harrison LR Morris Levi Burbridge G Y Wilson Wm Parson Jesse Sapp V H Blair Miss Sallie Williams The ladies of the Baptist church gave an ice cream and strawberry supper at the courthouse last Friday night It was generally patronized The Masor ic Lodge was in session there being work in the third degree During the evening the Masons went in a body to the supper forty in number and were delightfully refreshed The ladies re alized a nice sum of money Mr B A Low and family removed from Gresham last week and are now locatedon Glasgow Street in Mr H T Bokers new building Mr Lowe is a first class tinner and a gentleman The firm offLowe Bros and Moore are now prepared to meet the demands in this part of the country since they are all united in business and well eqipped for successful work 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 Circuit Court will open in Russell county at Jamestown the third Monday in this month Representatives of the News will be upon the square the first day and it is hoped that all friends of the paper who will be in Jamestown will be prepared to pay their indebtedness to the office We have a good pay ing subscription list in Russell county but some of our patrons are behind We have been very indulgent and hope this request will be heeded Mr Horace Jeffries is making pro gress in having the town cemetery cleaned and beautified Those who have private lots should assist him at cleanedffilthyrpresent a appearance to the Home Comers who will be sure to visit the city of the dead Let every one who has dead relatives buried there get to work this week and fix up their graves 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 ampleetimber 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 en tire farm This is your chance if you want a good home and profitable RIGHEYd264m Everybody in this section has seen a black snake called cow sucker but bynwhich it derives its name On last Fri day however Mr Lis Young witness ed one in the milking business While in the pasture on Wm F Jeffries farm and while currying a horse he noticed the snake which was approaching a cow The snake was successful in coiling ground one bf her hind le8rand immediately began drawing jbhe milk Mr Young scared the cow tike snake dropped and he killed it Thlii a fact and not afancy f i Notice i v Four monuments that sold at 75 can now be bought at f60 four that sold 1 for 25 now 20 lql that IiOJa 80 1nol prcea oAxL drta Laos r t MX J = = k 7 7 = 000 00006N OOH sAl OO iO IF YOU WANT i YOLfR0RDER3 FILLED t tCorrectly a n d Quickly send them to us Our unusually large and 0Complete Stock ALLJQ others Q 4 4 COgf LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY o Columbia Motor Car Co ColumbiaCampbellsvilie Line Cars Leave Columbia 345 A M 12 M 1PM 1 Comfortable and Rapid Transit atthe Lowest Rates Consistent with FirstClass Service 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 zRakes 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 giv en this list In fact I can furnish with most any thing you want on the Farm JaH PHELPSJAMESTOWN KENTUCKY l81 19j w iw wvwwv wvwStww ww a f7K 7i wnwwwvwvw iii w m Columbia Campbellsville Stage Line m RATESIX V iE i From now until further notice mvxK w Columbia to Capmbellsville 75- cvx Rouad Trip 150 JtCane Valley to Campbellsville 50c i NEW HACKS FIRSTCLASS ACCOMMODATIONS iC lKnmnv mimmDn1 Land Stock and Crop 000- R E Tandy bought of G A Brad shaw eight hogs at 535 per hundred of Burton Yates fourteen hogs at 510 per cwt of A G Todd twentyfive hogs at 525 W C Vanhoy twelve hogs at 5c of W L Stotts 4 hogs at 5J cents of J A Diddle 20 hogs at 5J cents of W A Garnett 27 hogs at 5i cents of J N Murrell 9 hogs at 5J cents of Jack Stotts 4 hogs at 5i cents of G A Bradshaw 46 sheep at 2l to 4 cents of JWilliams 5 sheep for 21 50 of Lucian Moore 19 sheep at 3 00 per head of Bud Hurt six sheep for 1900 of J M Turner 7 sheep for 1800 of James Todd one cow for 2000 of Jack Stotts one cow J2000 000- E S Pemberton Horse Cave bought a sorrel colt from R H Price last Wednesuay paying 175 o o o Rollin Todd bought a combined horse from Mr Ellis for 90 Pelham cor 000 J E Rice of jTaylpr county sold L V Hall this place a cow and calf for 3500 7 O Sam Whet httw mules fro m GW Coffey for 250 He sold two mules to Jolin Holladay for 290 v ROME COMING Free Anr and- rlt iUU uaVW Go for tr we- T1LOrrIUoo 3WOOY Co Leave Campbellsville 9 P M in you i IJWEBBS X ROADS Crops are looking fine in this vicinityMr Grider age 72 and Mrs Nan Robinson age 62 were united in marriage here May 16 Mrs Bettie Wilkerson has been on the sick list Mr Joe Lucass health is still improving visitingiMr Newel Coffey Miss Bettie t ofjof the Misses Weirs Sunday Mr Belmont Foley andwife left for Indiana Sunday Miss Hattie Weir will leave for Covington Ky Saturday where she will spend the Summer Mr Webbs mule which hdPfis legisMrs Newt Roy is visiting her mother of Pulaski county this week Miss Susie Bradley visitedMiss Lucy Foley Sunday andreriCaSunday a ItI 2 iji IUL nm ADAIR TCOUNTYr NEWS 1ir COL IBZA KYJUNE 6 1906 i1I UIIiit f t r EfEfEEfrtEEfEEiffiEfoff PERSONALi JI EEEf EffFffEE- Dr fiIIIIs Ira Simpson Breeding was here JhursdayiI Mr Jo Conover returned home last rip unday night ii Mr D W Myers Horse Cave was here Thursday MrLee Smith Burkesville is visiting in Columbia Mrs Titus Mercer Milltown visited Columbia last Thursday r Dr B F Taylor of Bridgeport was in town last Friday Mr W H Wilson and wife visited Russell Springs last week Miss Rose Hunter Gradyville visit ed relatives here Saturday Mr W T Hendrickson Caseys Creek was here Wednesday Miss Irene Spears of Campbellsville visited in Columbia last week Mr Geo T Towels Greensburg was here Thursday and Friday Mrs Lucy J Jackman who has been quite sick is slowly improving Miss Mollie Hunter of Gradyville visited Miss Lula Allen last week Mr J H Craddock Nashville spent a day or two in Columbia last week Mr W B Heizer Greensburg spent a few days in this locality last week Mrs Ellen Wheat of Montpelier yisited in Columbia Friday and Satur dayMr E S Pemberton of Horse Cave was here last Wednesday looking for horsesMr Jo Russells condition does not improve though he is not in immediat- danger Mrs Ella Robertson Gradyville is MarsYGarnettMrs Claud Hobson has been suffer ing for several weeks with a catarr on the hand Mr Reed Shelton who has been in College at Maryville Tenn will reach home this week Miss Stella Cartwright who has been visiting here has returned to her home in BurkesvilleiMrs M E Marcum and her daugh ter Miss Daut Marcum are spending a few days in Louisville Miss Octavia M Reed arrived Sat urday from Manchester and will be at home during the Summer Mr Wilson Bridgewater of Louis ville was in Columbia last week and paid his respects to the News CampbellsvillIe is spending a few weeks with her daughter Mrs Claud Hobson Prof P D Neilson and family left this week for Tennessee They will be absent about six weeks Mrs J H Grady Monticello was seriously ill last week but we hope that she is better at this writing Mr J W Saltsman New Hope wellknown travling man called to see our dealers in fertilizers last week Mrs J N Page who bas been visit ing her daughter Mrs Al Myer- Monticello returned home Friday morningProf W M Jackson and wife Campbellsville visited Mr and Mrs James Garnett from Friday until Monday morning Mrs Helen Vilmore left yesterday morning for Honey Grove Texas her uncle Mr Jo Smith who resides there being in a low state of health Mrs A D Patteson and her little daughter Mary D left Thursday for North Middletown where they wi spent a month with Mrs Patteson- parents s Mesdames W A and Jo Coffey Jr and Mrs Ellen Wheat of Montpelier left Monday morning on an extended Visitto relatives in Evansville Ind and Ashley HL Miss Jean Duncan the elocuti teacher in the LindsayWilson left for ner home in McHenry Ky Friday morn ing Mid Duncan has been with the I School threeyearsandis popular ad very efficent in her line t4 i iJ r Irs ii jHi 1i flZbMonday vAj f1 st Mr JB Barbee was in Campbells- viUe Sunday 5- 1r LB Chelf Kniftey waS hiei 4 county court V Mrs GcoVH Nell Gradyville visied Columbia last Friday Miss Pearl Price of Metcalfe county is the guest of Mrs Grenshaw Mr G W Robertson left for Elida New Mexico yesterday morning y Mrs Rollin Browning Milltown vis ited her parents here last Saturday Mr G T Flowers Jr visited in Wayne county last Sunday and Monday Mr J I Irvine and daughter Camp Knox were here the first of the week Rev S A McKay and wife are expected to arrive this Tuesday afternoon Mrs G A Bradshaw and her little daughter Pearl of Montpelier visited the family of Mr W F Jeffries last Monday r Mr W C Penick and Misses Helen and Minnie Penick Misses Oritha Dowdy and Bess Cabell all of Miami visited Columbia Monday Mr Henry Aaron who has been spending a few weeks in Adair and Russell counties started to his home in Carrollton Ky last Monday Mrs C S Crouch of Bloomfield Nelson county who spent a few days in Columbia stopping at the residence of Mrs Ann Eubank returned to he home Monday Mr J R Sandusky County Clerk of Metcalfe in company with his wife passed through here Saturday en route for Liberty a sister of Mrs Sandusky being quite ill watchemaker and her little daughter Katie arrived from Greensburg one evening last week The family board with Mrs Ann Eubanks Mrs M GSale and Mrs Ann RhCarter of Hagerman New Mexico willvisit their sister Mrs Joel Tup man at the home coming Mr E E Strange who is connected with the Casey County News accom panied by his wife and Miss Irene Fir quin passed through here Monday en route for Burkesville Mr J Mc Scott of the Somerset Mountaineer was here last Sunday He was accompanied by Mr J C Strange who has been employed on said paper for two weeks but who will not return Mr Wm Parson and wife of Breed ing will leave for Whitesborp Texas the 17th of this month where they will reside Mr Parson is a good citizen and will be greatly missed from his old neighborhood Miss Pearl Bradshaw the threeyear old daughter of Mr and Mrs G A Bradshaw inspected the News office last Monday accompanied by her uncle Mr Wm F Jeffries We are always glad to have the girls call on the News Mr Wm Francis who has been in the revenue service at Bardstown another places is now at home for a rest The distileries are closing down for the osf the civil service men will get a stay a home er e sir r ires g efiEE e rLOCAL NEWS i w JJ- a aaa aaaa aall a2 7 IJ ICircuit Court is in session at Edmon- tonr Come to Campbellsville The Lyon Buggy Co will do the rest BanllconcertJune 7th Born to the wife of A J Bohanan on the 19th 6f May a son Read an article elsewhere in this paper headed Dick Lee Winfrey U onThere is an abundance of cherries and many bushels have been sold in this market v f MCxyniwill inset net Friday night There willbe a team orY j en iDtbi place mere closed to business last Wednesday fc being a holiday Every body come out to the coUrt- hoUse Thursday night to the Bandcon cert rl It is said that several brandy distill eries will be operated in Russell county and that a great deal of peach brandy will be made See our new line picture Frames worth 200 Will sell them at 15cents each NEAT FURNITURE Co tf LOSTon the streets of Columbia a silver quarter dollar breast pinen graved Mother Finder return to News office and get reward Mrs V G Logan of Jamestown has been selected as the matron for Russell county at the Louisville Home Coming The Commissioner is Mr John A Webb Mr Ed Cundiff charged with mali cious shooting was fined fifty dollars The verdict was a compromise ten of jurors being in favor of an acquittal It was norated that the State had a bad case against the defendant but the proof showed there was but little in the charge FOR SALEMy farm of 122 acres 2J miles north of Columbia well improved good out buildings but small boxed house Plenty of good water and suf ficient timber for keeping up the farm rIf you wanta good home near Columbia this is your opportunity W J L HURT Mr T W Page of Sparksville returned last week from New Mexico where he had been for several days He is delighted with the country and visitedITexas and reports that he is well pleased in the Lone Star State The ofaWooten G M Page and Curtis Janes returned after securing good claims Next Fall they will return to that Western clime JrVr Thte Katydid is now dnthe landan 4 thii voice warns us that we are in the midst of real Summer A call meeting of the Cumberland Presbytery in session at Union this Tuesday afternoont Mr Jo E Flowers is erecting a neat s cottage on Gfeensburg street It will be completed in about three weeks Many fields of wheat will be ripe enough to cut in two weeks The crop is generally good throughout Adair county Mr J W Thompson was in town Monday and paid for the News 12 months to go to Mr D H Harrison California In a short while Mr Levi Burbridge and daughter Miss Callie will visit Mr Burbridges sister Mrs Bell Medaris at West Point Mr J W Morris called last Monday and paid for the News 12 months to go to his son L R Morris on the United States Navy New York HOMECOMING Free pass to Campbellsville and re turn Good for two weeks THE LYON BUGGY Co All Royal Arch Masons are urged to be at the meetings next Friday after noon and evening Work will commence about 430 in the afternoon Be ready to show your old friends and relatives a good time Home Corning week You cant do that just right without one of The Lyon Buggy Cos swell jobs DEN ERSON ROUTE The Henderson Route takes pleasure in announcing to its patrons that having completed its own Line from West Point to Louisville all trains on and after April 1st 1906 Will arrive at and depart from Tenth Street Station Tenth and Broadway Louisville Ky LJ IRWIN General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky r We Will PayVourT011 I1TBOTH WAYS TO CAMPBELLSVILLE jJWILL PEEIX YOU AND YOUR HORSE ANY TIME in the next three weeks If you will come to Campbellsville we will pay your toll both ways guardantee to save you more than enough to amply pay you for your trouble in making this trip to inspect Cur tstock is f42fi5 ft yQV T D 1hJ31 t L i v I Lyon BugiYfCo t i l 1 l f2qt 7 sN h l Bin 19 the wife o AD Coy o the 4th a son f Come to the Fair Grounds the 19th of t June and meet your old friends 1 Come to Campbellsville The Lyon i Buggy Co will do the rest Mr Sam Lewis High Priest of Columbia Chapter has been granted a dispensation to confer degrees next Friday night HOME COMING Free pass to Campbellsville and return Good for two weeks THE LYON BUGGy Co Childrens Day at Cane Valley and Glenville last Sunday was largely at tended The exercises were very inter esting all the children acquitting themselves well Beady to show your old friends and relatives a good time Home Com ing week You cant do that just right without one of The Lyon Buggy Cos swell jobs The will of the late Mrs Malinda J Jones was probated in the Adair county court Monday She bequeathed all property real and personal to her son C C Jones and her daughter JonesInsure in The Farmers Home Insur ance Company of Junction City Ky The only company in the State that makes any claim of paying their losses n full tf S I BLAIR Agt Rev G Y Wilson pastor Gradyvill- circuit was in Columbia Monday and showed his appreciation of the News by leaving a dollar Mr Wilson stated that he was pleased with the progress of his work in that part of the country Be ready to show your old friend- and relatives a good time Home Com ing week You cant do that just right without one of The Lyon Buggy FOR SALESbc 0 I C pigs three males and three females all entiitled to register Mrs J B Coffey- tf Columbia Ky At the sale of the effects of Wm Conover deceased last Satruday th farm was bought by Lucien Moore fo 5550 There was some stock sold bringing very good prices farming i plements household goods etc Th sale amounted to about 4000 DESIRABLE HOME FOR SALE My residence in the town of Columbia built last Fall It contains eight rooms and necessary outbuildings Will sell at a bargain tf W C Clemens In the case of Clarence Page again the Executors of the estate of James M Page a suit brought to recover 1 800 for services the former rendered during the illness of the latter the jury rendered a verdict in favor of the plaintiff for 1000 We desire to extend our sympat to Mr and Mrs Salvanas Wilson Russell Springs who were bereft of their four year old son George D who died after a few hours illness last Wed nesday night at 11 oclock The exact cause of his death is not known He was a bright little boy the only child of loving parents and their grief cannot be put in words He was also ti idol of his grand parents and was a favorite of the whole town Those whose hearts are now bleeding should go to God for comfort Memorial services were largely at tended at Mt Carmel and the Stone Burying Ground last Wednesday At the former place Rev C R Payne preached in the forenoon closing about the noon hour After dinner Judge T A Murrell Rev W C Clemens and Mr AN Wells delivered memorial addresses The Columbia Brass Band discoursed music at intervals There were about forty old soldiers in line placing flowers and flags upon the gra e8of their departed comrades There was an abundance to eat and the day was orderly throughout At the Stone BuryingGround Rev A R Ka sey and Dr UL Taylor delivered adof addresses Probably two hundred peo ple were present Dinner on the ground t = v y r 1r n MARRIED Ii EasfTuesday afternqpri at3 oclock at the home of the brides mother Miss Layia TayJpr toMr jWsMcCaffree The ceremony which was impressively said was performed by Eld Z T ViI liams Only relatives and a few intimate friends were present After the ceremony the couple left for the home of the grooms father Mr P C McCaffree who resides on Russells creek below Columbia The bride is a most excellent young woman and was a favorite in the neigh or borhood of Montpelier where she re sidedftFrom the social circle she will be greatly missed f The groom is a teacher by profession and has taught successfully quite a number of schools in the county For the present the couple willreside with the grooms father This Fallrthey will become residents of Colum bia MRS SARAH A MORRISON tJ Last Monday afternoon at 230 the laternear county She motherhof this place iShe was a victim of a cancer The remains were interred at the Coffey graveyard the funeral services beT ing conducted by Rev Scott We extend our sympathy to the sorrowing relatives SeSE1TLEMENTJ This is to certify that J E Murrell agent of the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company has this day paid the undersigned two thousand dollars deceasedsfather carried in said company The settlement was made as quickly as possible after proof of death was fur nished T A MURRELL M M MURRELL Administrators with the will annexed June 4 1906 The residence and householdeffects the aeconry fire last Wednesday The Lebanonm Theegoods was estimated at 1 000 Amount of insurance 2000 loss 3000 Mont So Callison a contractor of Mid dlesboro has secured a new contract from the Louisville Nashville railroad for grading the roadbed ofj what is known as the Chenoa branch of the extendsstfrom this system at Wasioto Ky near Middlesboro The Chenoa Coalrcompany which is owned by the stock holders of the Excelsior Coal company of Middlesboro has the principle operations on the Chenoa branch Home Coming the town of byfColumbia made up the money to buy badges etc The county did not pepropriate a dollar The sum sufficient was donated by individuals It is ex petted that the people throughout them L county including Columbia will furn shJprovisions to feed all who will attend to Everybody come and everybody bring ofeold friends Good speaking good mu sic and warm handshaking f Prof P W Jackman of the colored Normal School in this town feels much encouraged as well as complimented by the good showing made by his pupils in the recent county examination Eight took the examination and not one fail ed Five received first class two sec ond class and one third class which is evidence of good training and thorough study Slowly but surely the colored people are advancing and seeking to better the condition of their race Prof Jackman deserves a large patron age and it is to be hoped that the bet f ter element of his people will give such j isupport as will forward the interest n J which he is devoting a painstaking aid i t consistent effort to establish a school r F merit and better prepare the teach ers whohave rgxeatre ddisadvantages in a thorough prepani tin for their worfcrJ ra V v i Nrt J + 3 t 4t a tT r Ii i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JUNE 6 1906 1 I11 tt THE flltt JackofallTrades HErumps Water Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Press For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse particularsII 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE ENTUCKY W F JEFFRIES fe SON Agti r Noodles Parts and Supplies for both WBeekr Wilson and Singer Machine SOLD ONLY B- YSINGER SEWING MACHINE CO INCORPORATED A D COY Representative COLUMBIA K- YHENRY r fl- WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournal Th I AND TilEr Adair Couuty News r BOTH ONE YEAR y FO- RONLY 150 Few people in theUnited States dive not- Journal heard of the Courier Democratic in all things fair in all things clean in all- sthings it i essentially a family taper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL eeyear and this paper for the above named price Send your combinatiow1 to usnot the CourierJournal The News fVColumbia Ky L t ty J i Ii Y J lt 2 a TIIEtRIGT POSITION Senator Rayners speech on the Aldrich resolution is in ac cord with longestablished Dem ocratic principles Futher than that it opens an attack which the Democratic party should fol low up with all the forces at its command instead of running blindly after untried issues in the hope of gashing some catch phrase policy which will be an effective votegetter in the next national election The Aldrich resolution declares That purchases of material andequipment for use in the construction of the Panama Can al shall be restricted to articles of domestic production and man ufacture unless the President shall in any case deem the bids of tenders therefor to be extortionate or unreasonable When the question of purchases for material for the Panama zone was first brought to the attention of the Senate the Secretary of War apparently with the approval of the President declared in favor of purchasing supplies in whatever market they could be purchased cheap est The Aldrich amendment which is being actively support ed by the American Protective Tariff League would reverse that position Senator Rayner in speaking in opposition to it did so with full knowledge that he was antagonizing one of the largest interests in his own State In spite of that he declared- I cannot vote for the resolu tion I cannot change the prin ciples in which I believe and for which I have contended during the whole of my public career for the purpose of securing a contract for an enterprise in my State or because it confers a benefit upon its citizens I have always advocated the doctrine that the people of this country have the right to purchase every article of consumption in the cheapest and most desirable market of the world and I must apply to the Government the same rule that I apply to its cit izens The justice of such a position is unquestionable The value of it if followed by the party in power would be realized by every citizen not part and parcel of a subsidized monopoly It is the position which sooner or later will be demanded of a party be fore it is placed in power and the Democratic party should by every argument of principle and intelligence make it known that such is its position and that no claptrap theories regarding evanescent needs can alter it Louisville Times Ox bones have a considerable value The four feet of an ordinary ox will make a pint of neats foot oil The thighbone is the most valuable being useful for cutting into tooth brush handles The fore leg bones are made into collar buttons and par whichasolthey are boiled is reduced to glue while the dust that comes from sawing the bones is turned into poultrylDESIRABLE HONE FOR SALEM residence in the town of Colum bia built last FalL It contains ht rooms and necessary outbuildings Will sell at a bargain Itf WC Clemens ijtI S ri- i lV 4b rfFk Lf AREONElNlBRiWHERHWD Yes two Memorial daysand both are oursthose of the Blue and Gray Here we stand near ly half a century removed from the closing days of the great con flicts of our civilIwara war between Americans at the North and Americans at thesSouth Americans all can those now living ever forget them or will future generations ever cease to read of those times from the pages of history Two Memoral daysone for the North and one for the South and again all Americans No other nation has concern in these memorial times but our own It was a war between brothers the war has passed the brotherhood remains Or if there are still those whose hearts are fermenting rooms for sectional hatred we pity that man or woman surely there is time to put aside if not forget a time to regard the best of the present not the worst of the past a time to cultivate ameni tives and loves not antagonisms and base passions Yes there are two Memorial days may the sun shine clear in the heavens on the days commemorate the valor and the losses of both the North and the South nor let either section fail at least to pay its due tribute by awarding equal sincerity and valor to the other These days as is eventually the case with a 11 memorial days have measurably lost their early char isticthat which clusters around the affectional nature and recalls the father or son that fell in the great struggle It is not in man always to mourn and now that which was born of the affections becomes monumental and historic and it is well that it is so In re cent years graves of the northern dead have been decorated by the brethern of the south and the blue have loved to lay their floral tribute upon the graves of gray So may it continue to be as in future years our two Memorial days come round with each recurring Spring Pass a few tardy years and monuments to a Lee or a Johnson or a Gordon will find a resting place at the north as well as at the south and so the oneness of the people and the forgetfulness of old antagonism shall find expression in bronze or in marble as it already dwells in the hearts of the broadly patriot ic and strong Festina diem Christian Work DEAR OLD GLORY Denver Colo May 23Rob ert Moore veteran of both the Mexican and Civil wars and a close friend of General Grant and General Sheridan died at his home in this city today He was born in Green county Ky March 191827 During the Civil war he was colonel of the Eighty fifth Illinois infantry and per formed distinguished service in the battles of Stone river Perry ville and Corinth At Corint- ashe w so severely wounded tha he was unable to coutinue longer in the army AlargeAmerican flag was suspended over his bed by old comrades just before h dies and alriaost his list wo wereiTDear Old Glory YOu still look good tome tJ y y If Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it imparts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c GIVEN FREE justissusedWall Chart ofthree Sheets six pages each 28 inches wide 36 inches long entirelyNew bringingthisare located all Electric and Traction Railroads are shown all Rural Mail Routes and portraits of all the Governors MagnificentChart with portraits of all the Presidents Map of Panama showing Canal greatShipUnited States one of the greatest enterprises ever attempted- A topographical Map of the Russia Japanese War district with data and details of the two great Armies and includingtheKorea 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 PhilippineIslands Rico in all nine distinct maps pointdesiredunderstand it The Chart is new correct and up to date making it an indespensablefor 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 ofold subscription Agents can reap a rich harvest soliciting orders for this grand offer Address ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati Ohio BRAIN LEAKS Worry is an ever ready sexton Flatteryb food for for fools The world likes a winner but loves a good loser It is difficult to reason with an empty stomac We know some men whose lives are continual apologies for livingThe conscience of some men never hurt them until they are found out The cheapest way to acquire a reputation for wisdom is to agree with everybody When a boy has to wait while his elders dine he declares that when he is a man he will have a table big enough for all The fun about building castles in Spain is that you can change the architectual plans any time you desire without adding one penny to the cost We have seen men jostle and cheer for two hours at a football game and then go home and com that the sound of childrenplaint across the floor made them nervous IeNew Cure for Epilepsy J B Waterman of Watertbwn Ot daugle Pillsrdyear Bet boVclewMwrs arid life iving tonic pill on earth 25c at T E drugstore iP l S J rl 1 CUT IT OUIhedoesntcure womb or ovarian troubles except the surgeon knife provedbyin thousands of cases by I OFCARDUI 1 IIT CURES WOMB DISEASEr It has saved the lives of thousands of wen c sick women and has rescued thousands of others romamelancholy lifetime of chronic invalidism It wi 1 cure you you will only give it a chance Try it Sold at every drug store in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER Pat Mite sU timidity and write ni trsly sal fruttj In strictest confl tace ttillBff us all your symptoms udtrooblMU Wawfll lendfree advice la plate iealid envelope how to LadieaAdvisoryDept Chattanooga Tenm St to GAVE UP SUP POR VER ttAipdown before writer Dlr S J Cmof Mannavllle N Y y do told me no medicine would help me I auti ored untold takingtwoKow I am taking my flf in bot He AT bad IMPORTANT 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 mwifi c P A Ijtoaisville Ky Avenue HotelO- iFfEb3 iiYe4 FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS e LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Q Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled AFirstclass Hotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale X 4aniRetail Districts Churches and Theatres e B E CAMPBELL Manager 0 00 44c44Dehler Brothers 116 E Market Louisville stag Catalsie DR JAMES MENZIES- Columbia BpdCardnl Fifth 2ri CARRY w IINCh MXWMft Ul KXCB STARMKB STTLS Will sri liKKS Ky AT IOFFICE I OSTEOPATHY OoBVitat1on and Examination BcRB Ivl l t f t tT vv rJ t r THE ADA1R COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JUNE 6 1906 BuggiesE Buckboards Will have a Special Line of Vehicles of all kinds beginning April 15th continuing 3O DAYS SPECIAL PRICES ON FERTILIZERS FOR CASH NEXT 30 DKVS Wagons Plows Cultivators Harrows AND ALL OTHER IMPLEMENTS Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG IKENTUCKY r i 4 WHEN IN LOUISVILLE 4 GET ACQUAINTED WITH THE PROGRESSIVE FIRM O fHUBBUCH BROS Centrally Located i 524526528 West Market Street C WALL PAPER A New Department En CARPETS Immense Assortment RUGS Incomparably Fine Line w You Are I Welcome at All Times to Inspect Our Various Lines of Goods jreatestICourtesy Shown To Visitors Always Whether or not ew v Lebanon Steam Laundry 1 REED MILLER COLUMBIA a AGENTS FOR THIS SECTION This one of the Best an most Reliable Landries in the State H Send them linen the work will be promptly neatly executed g g g W R Johnson Prop LEBANON KENTUCKYr 36oo 83600TO DENVER COLORADO SPRINGS if AND PUEBLO And Return from Louisville t1EfOaaSOft ROUTE Correspondingly low Rates to all other Summer Resorts ASK FaR INlORMHTION J H GALLAGHER Traveling Passenger Agent L J IRWIN General Passenger Agent i LOUISVILLE KY DILLER BENNETT COr l MANUFACTURERS WHOLESALE DEALERS INf V p FURNITURE CHAIRS AND MATTRESSES i t 127 WEST MAIN BE T FIFTH ANDil v Call you buy your and and IH J AND sITHLouisville Ky r i Nr h r rr t r f b Yw a fr J r I ELiDA NEW MEXICO I Editor News Thinking few lines from the far southwest would be of inter est to some of the readers of your paper I will write a short letterI in one of the richest valleys in the United States We are having fine rains making corn wheat oats milo maize Kaffir corn and all kinds of veg etation look well Roosevelt county is filled up with good substantial citizens and those who have located here mean business As for social qualities I have never met a more affable social people All are well pleased with the country I and satisfiedII two banks are going up another church will be erected this Fall and there are four dry goods stores one grain store two black smith shops and one livery sta ble There is to be a cotton gin and flouring mill erected soon I do not know of even one case of sickness convincing evidence that the climate is healthy This is a fine location for a dentist it being 65 miles to the nearest one and there is lots of work wanting We have first rate stock of cattle and hogs but horses are not so good There is a fine Sunday School in our locality with an enrollment of one hundred pupils School houses are going np all over the country and telephones are run ning all over our neighborhood We will soon have a rural free delivery The water is splendid and to be obtained at a depth of from 16 to 300 feet Alfalfa grows well here In fact this country will grow any thing that any other country will There were several bales of cotton grown in this country last year There are a few rattlers here J K4 ROBERTSON Trouble Increasing When your trouble with fooddiges tion seems to be increasing and various pains like stomachache headache backache etc beset you when your bowels and liver seem continually out of order what you need is Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin It is safe pleasant and far superior to all pills or cathartic waters Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails iRVINS STORE Messrs Tupman and Blair of near Columbia were here yesterday in the interest of the Home Insurance Company of Junction CityThere will be a St Johns Day celebration at Friendship on June 23 under the auspices of Font hill Lodge F and A M Everybody invited Uncle Sams revenue men were in this part Wednesday and we are listening for anac count of their visit V G Rexroat and family have gone to Somersett to visit his mother Mrs James McKinney Mr Oliver Marcum ofMissou- ri is visiting relatives here It was our good fortune to at tend the singing at Friendship last Sunday and listened to the best vocal Tnusic we have ever heard There was a large class who have been taught byMr 14t14Rijfe Ambrose Smith He is a good teacher Rev W B Cave the pastor preached an interesting sermon A Mothers Devotion To her children is one of the most beautiful things in life When they are sick the wise mother who has taken the pains to study their best interests promptly gives them Dr Caldwell laxative Syrup Pepsin It quickly relieves pain and fever and can never do anything but good Try it KNIFLEY A good number of our citizens attended court last week Mr Bud Baily while descend ing a hill with a loaded wagon was hurt by the brakes giving away throwing him to the ground and bruising him and the team but not dangerously hurting ei thereThe team belonged to C G Jeffries Profs Cabel and Stapp will conduct an all day singing at Parnell church June 10 Every body invited Mrs Clauda Mann and daughter Flossie of Mannsville Tay lor county were visiting her two sisters Mrs G H Slaughter and Mrs A C Wheeler last Satur day and Sunday Mr H B Ingram who has been sick for some time is im proving Farmers are preparing for a large tobacco crop in this section and plants are plentiful Fruit of all kinds seem to be doing well at present Prospects are fine for a black berry crop as there is a heavy bloom MELL A large acreage of tobacco has been set in this section since the fine rains Oats are looking fine Joe Mitchell purchased the Tay lor Lisle farm near Lisletown for 3000 A J Mauk bought a mare from Miles Neagles for 125 Several from this place attended the Childrens Day exercises at Pleasant Grove Sunday A B Boston and wife of Sul phur Well visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Miss Sallie May Finn returned home Saturday from Campbells ville where she had been visiting relatives for several weeks Geo Clark is having an addi tion built to his house which will add much convenience and beau tyBorn to the wife of Allen Kelt ner tWins boy and girl Moth and children doing well v A newspaper manS is an enemy of bill board advertising on general principles but there are times when a bulletin boardmay bring better returns than a paper The editor of an exchange re marks that not long since he ob served one in front of a store in his city which read B4 U Buy Pants Come In and See Ours He went in and there was not a confounded Oman clerk Jnthe store sohec bought a fan and walked outrfi i i jl t OBERLINr KANSAS THE NEWS On September 7th 1905 I with my family left Kentucky for Obrrlin Kan where we are now living This place has about 22 000 inhabitants 15 or twenty drays many confectioneries and groceries four very large dry goodstores two jewelry stores two tailoring houses and two Barber shops There is a 15000 hotel going up and an operahouse of same cost to soon followthe old one is not large enough We have three schools The main building of the high school is composedof 10 rooms There is another large college being built We have a new steam laundry and are going to have a new tobacco factory We have only one very small jail as that is all that is needed Dwelling houses are very nice and carpenters are kept very busyI have about 3 000 worth of work a waiting me now Farmers are very wealthy and land produces 40 to 45 bush els of cor nand 50 bushels of wheat per acre Our two stock yards have 1600 cattle at present and ship 50 to 60 carloads to Kan sas City each week P C WATSON Outwits The Surgeon A complication of female troubles with catarrh of the stomach and bow els had reduced Mrs Thos S Austin of Leavenworth Ind to such a deplor able condition that her doctor advised an operation but her husband fearing fatal results postponed this to try Elec tric Bitters and to the amazement of all who knew her this medicine com pletely cured her Guaranteed cure for torpid liver kidney disease biliousness jaundice chills and fever general de bility nervousness and blood poisoning Best tonic made Price 50c at T E Paulls Drug store Try it TARTER Logan Wilson of Russell Springs was here Wednesday on businessTarter White came in home last week for a few days rest af ter a very successf ull trip through Taylor Green and Adair Your correspondent had the pleasure of being present and partaking of an elegant surprise birthday dinner which was given to Judge D G Shepherd at the home of his eldest son Mr Thos Shepherd It was Judge Shep herds 74th aniversary and all his children were present and helped to prepare the dinner except one who was detained at home on ac count of sickness It was a day that will long be remembered from its great enjoyment so many of his children grandchildren greatgrandchildren rela tives and friends being presnt After the bountiful dinner was served the young folks enjoyed themselves in vocal music Prof Smith leading the choir The older folks enjoyed themselves in Godly conversation Uncle Gai ther was born May28 1832 mak ing him 74 years old He is en joying good health which we hope will continue during his old age He served his country as Captain in the civil war and isa great hunter Long Tennessee right For twenty years W L Bawls of Bells Tenm fOUgbtnasalcat He writes The swelling and soreness in side my note was fearful till t began applying Buckleng Arnica Salve to the sore surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear neyerjto re tumBst salve in existence 25cat T E PaulTs Druggist J 1 r 3 JJ r i xr i Pt12i t JGr1r rta z kl s Slatp U S WAR SLOOP JAMES TOWNAT THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION Her Guns are no Longer Trained On Sewells Point Where the Expostion is to be Held NOW IN MARINE HOSPITAL SERVICE 0 By Charles Fredrick Stansbury Norfork Va Peaceful and beneficent the United States sloop of war Jamestown lies off SewelPs Point where a multitude of men are building the exposi tion to commemorate the nations birth at Jamestown Exactly fortyfour years ago tnis famous war sloop lay in the same spot and threw red hot shells from her twenty guns at the fortificaticns thrown up by the Confederates on the beauti ful spot where the exposition is now rapidly assuming shape Peaceful and smiling with her beauty as the scene now is it re quires an effort of the imagina tion to recall the unhappy days of yoreThe sloop Jamestown is now in the marine hospital service as quarantine station and has been anchored for several years where she now lies- Peaceful old age has succeeded her fiery youth when she was one of Uncle Sams fighters and gave a good account of herself Visitors to the Jamestown Exposition ir will want to know some of her interesting history She was built at the Norfolk i navy yard in 1844 and on the 25 of Januray sailed on her maiden voyage under command of R B CunninghamShe twenty guns which were displaced in 1861 by 20 fear inspiring monsters 14 of which threw 32 pound shot In 1847 when the famine was raging in Ireland she conveyed a a full cargo of foodstuff the gift of America to the Irish people The sloop of war Jamestown received Alaska from the Czar of the Russians and set the Stars and Stripes over that piece of the frozen north Representative Harry L May nard of the Nofulk district has set his heart on having a warship built at the Norfolk navy yard during the Jamestown Ex position He has asked Congress to let Norfolk build another war ship which he will name Jamestown Bad Odor A bad odor from a persons breath may be caused by manY different forms of dyspepsia It may be due to stomach catarrah biliousness constipation or a case of ordinary indigestion What ever may be the cause there is just one reliable cure and that is Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin It clears all the impurities but of you body and makes your breath as sweet as the June morning Safe pleasant and ef fective Sold by Dr JN Page Co lumbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails Thebodyofan unknown man- who had committed suicide was found near the Shelby county line in Oldham county Friday He had been dead for about ten days and left a note saying ill health caused him to end his life It irt jf s1 t I I jL ptJ Wi r p f YiVwmsm1f l ij l ay0 Q Cot 1A tf 1J J t F JH 6 J w t Iik I J k l iiiWITH UR CORREIWONDENTS- 1IE T I b RADYV ILLS I AE W Shirley of Columbia was here Friday The greater part of the tobacco crop in this section has been transplanted Dr B F Taylor of East Fork was here Wednesday Miss Sallie Diddle of Golum bia after several days visit at Nell returned to this place Sat uz day Rvv C Clemens of Co lumbia preached an interesting sermon to a large audience at Union Sunday We are all looking forward to Home Coming day when we shall grasp the hands of our old friends as in bygone days Mrs Helen Wilmore left for Honey Grove Texas last Mon day and will remin there several weeks visiting friends and rela tives Henry Roach while hunting a few days came on a huge rattle snake which bit his dog killing tin a few minutes Mr Roach departed on other business leaving the rattler unmolested 17 J A Caldwell of Milltown was here Saturday and contract ed a nice bunch of cattle of Smith Nell for the fall delivery 1t Mr Logan Shirrell informed your reporter last week that in the last three years he and his two small boys had made and sold 15196 pounds of tobacco This ought to demonstrate what any one can do if they will only work Mr and Mrs Geo H Nell spent several days at Joppa last week visiting friends and rela tives C S Bell returned from Cumberland county last Friday with a nice bunch of cattle Mrs Ella Robertson is spend ing a few days with relatives in in Columbia Misses Alice Walker and Myr tle Myers of Columbia were the guests of Miss Bess Walker Sat urday night 1J F Pendleton and C C Stephens two of our largest to bacco raisers have completed transplanting their crops this season each sticking about four acres Who can down themjAdeen von to bacco question this seas on County Clerk Sandusky and family of Metcalfe passed through here Saturday where they were called to thebedside of a relative Quite a number from here attended Decoration day at Edmonton Robt Rowe of Sparkesville informed your reporter last Fri day that the prospects for wheat 1wjj never so good as at present Messrs Rob Reed Fred Hill l Bwi Stwlts Tina Cravens Ray and T George Montgomery were i + r r Ni guests at the Wilmore House Sat urday night Mr C C Rowe of Sparksville attended the Masonic Lodge at this place last Thursday Mr W M Smith and son are prising their last years crap of tobacco They have refused 900 per hundred for this crop without prising This is said to be the best tobacco in Adair county Mr J D Walker of Columbia has recently completed a large feed barn on his farm near this place which adds greatly to his convenience in the way of feed ing and caring for his stock Mr Zed Akin and family of Sparksville were visiting at this place last Saturday and Sunday Rev G Y Vilson accompanied by his wife filled his appoint merits at Picketts chapel land Pleasant Ridge churches last Sunday to large audiences On last Saturday night at the beautiful home of Mr and Mrs John A Diddle gathered fifty of the society people from this community and Columbia in honor of Misses Kate Walker and Cary Hughes of Columbia There wa never in the history of time an ingathering ofyoung people that enjoyed an occasion more than this The time certainly will long be remembered by everyone presentSaturday June 2 1906 Mrs G W Spillman celebrated her 51st anniversary Those present were Mrs A L Pendleton To ledo Mr Jameson wife and son Greensburg Mr Altman wife and three children Greensburg W M Smith and wife P NJ Smith wife and son R L Sher j rill wife and five children Phil Sherrill wife and two children C M Hindman and wife J F Pendleton wife and two children Mrs Moore and two daughters Mrs W L Sharp LM Wil more wife and three children Misses Mattie Smith and Nora Todd A bountiful dinner was spread and Mrs Spillman received many nice presents IRVINS STORE We are having rainy weather at present Misses Pinkie and Laura Jef fries are visiting Mrs Ermine Tucker this place Miss Marcia Owens of Deca tur is visiting at W J Tuckers this place Mrs Ermine Tucker Misse Pinkie and Laura Jeffries Mess Robert Smith W J Tucker Jac Conover Homer Tucker and Ja cob Cooper attended the Decora tion at Somerset Misses Marcia Owens Laura Jeffries and T anny Tucker Messrs Homer and Ira Tucker wentsarvis hunting Friday and reported a nice time tedhis+ w v wC5xwork on a few days v Joe Tucker will remove hfs r 1r f j amily to their old tome place near Knifley in a few days I ifA large crowd from this place will attend the Home Comm in Columbia June 9thtHATCHER Mr W E Waller Campbells ville had this he misfortune to lose residence and furniture by fire last Wednesday An over turned lamp is reported to have caused it Insurance on house 2000 which did not near cover cost furniture uncovered Wheat is being injured by rust while oats of fall sawing are looking fine There are more buildings going up in Campbellsville than ever before in its history Most of them are being built of pressed brick and modern in every respect Estil Hays who was kicked by ahorse some time ago is able to walk with the aid of crutches Home Coming week inot exciting o much interest in this county but will be wellSrepre sented in Louisville L Tom Newton who lives near Acton this county lost his house by fire last Wednesday night Mr Elios Coppock is man fa turing cheese at this point He claims that it is more profitable than butter making t sRev Samuel Miller is conduct ing a series of meetings at the Methodist church Cville Mrs Willie May is attending commencement exercises of Ash tbury College Wilmore Her son S L K May is a student there 7 H H Steger this place yard master for L and N in Louisville is at home There are more firstclass colts in this section than ever seen be fore and the truth is all are above averageHarper won in the ora torical contest at the close of the S W Buchanan Collegiate Institute t Campbellsville PELLHAM Most all the tobacco to be set was put out last week Misses Mattie and Pauline Squires visited in Green county this week S E Squires and wife are visiting in Metcalfe county Uncle Perry Hancock is no bet ter at this writing We are very sorry that Uncle Perry is so feebleA crown of young folks from this neighborhood attended decoration at Mt Carmel the 30th ult They reported a large crowd plenty of dinner and a good time They complimented verysare rightkto home coming folks with your good music Just one month until our school will open Our teacher Miss Tennie Young wont be any stranger here for the children dearly loved hershewSsso kind to them last year We are glad she got our school again tOneot the beet enUrtianmanti of theliuoDwill beat tht coorthouae rJunelth1j ic iY I f i n rtI4r I t1 t E iCat1And Sree UsEi 7r AND BE CONVINCED THAT 7i itour Styles are the 7 NEWEST VI v X theJE LARGEST 17K ix iiBEST1ii jx theIei LOWEST 7j i V GAR LOAD OF BUGGIES JUST RECEIVED7i IE HARDWARE FARM IMPLEMENTS FIELD SEEDS FERTILIZERS HARNESS SADDLES v f Jeffries Sons Columbia 9e rtill i iiitV1fII1tnl 1 AGREAT PROPOSITION TWO PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE For the next 30 days 100 CASH IN ADVANCE gets o T trn THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS tjfJNi la ANDwi X THE SOUTHERN HOME To all Subscribers or to anyone who paysup all arrears toT News and 100 in Advance will receive The Southern Home Free For 12 Months HOLMES The farmers in this communi ty are much in need of rain There was a large crowd out at Jerico Sunday Miss Effie Montgomery and Mr John Wallace of Ozark was the guest of Miss Rosa Jones SundayMr Dunbar of KnifleyI was visiting Mr and son Sunday Mrs Manda Fisher and little niece Bessie Fisher of Hovious were visiting at Mr G PWat sons Sunday Mr and MrsHart Hovious and Mrs Willie Hovions were visit ing the familyofSH Fisher recentlyMr Riall and wife visit ed the latters parents Sunday Mr Willie Corbin and Miss Susie Aaron were married at Mr JB Watsons of Coburg Mr John Rainwater who has been quite sick is some better Miss Etta Reynolds of Mill town was the guest of Miss Tom Ann Fieher last week t E Liestcr to e yDE14TIST Jaiio Kfll GgI r The man who lays his savings by The future views with cheerful eye The habit of saving is praiseworthy and should be cultivated If you have not already done so open without delay an account in the V SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OF The Louisville Trust CompanySouthwestGorne LOUISVILLE KY where your savings will draw CDrnpJurii interest and graw into a funs that will serve y o well in years to come For a very small sum you can rent a Box or Drawer in the Fire and Burglarproof Vaults of that companythe largest and strongest in the city where yov can place all your securities and valuable papers secure againsT all loss by fire burglars accident or carelessnee It is authorized by its Charter to fill every position of trust that can be held by an indi vidual and the security is much greater Its officers will be pleased to give you the benefit of their experience concerning any business matters in which you are interested T STOfiE W1EII am this week receiving a Car Load of STONEWARE and will sell same at 121 cents per gallon Can Furnish You Jars from 1 to 10 gallons Churns from 3 to 6 gallons FRA14I SI1ICLkAIR iM4 = 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