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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 1Ya 1 f 4 r 4 rw t d J 7 AJb tr r rf fF hoJ nt t LT nFfa KAia 1 an- a r fu rft toteII rw J vlt 4 0 VOLUME 9 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENT JJOO WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1906 NUMBERS Directory 0 POST OFFICE tJIIRUSSELL POSTMASTER v P CONOVER DEPUTY Once hours week days 730 a m to 890 Ie n COURT l CIRCUIT COURT Three sessions a yew Third Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit JudpH C Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A Hnddlestxm Sheriff W B Patteson Circuit ClerkJ F Neat COUNTY Courr First Monday In each month Judjre Junius Hancock County Attorney G P Smythe ClerkT B Stults JalterA W Tarter Asseaaor G W Pike Surveyor W M McCubbin School Supt Mrs G R Shelto- nCoronerC W Rowe Crrr CoUf- tllayorCapt W W Bradshaw Judge f Attorney Gordon Montgomery MarshalS C Strange i CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN Bua KBSVOL STRBTC Rev W C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth Sundays In each month SundaySchool at 9 L m every Sabbath Prayermeetint every Wednesday night METHODIST BoRKESVnja STREET Rev A R Kasey pastor Services let 2nd and 3rd Sundays in each month SuHdaySchool every Sabbath at 9am Prayer meetiac Thursday nightBAPTIST GREEKSBUBQ STREET pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 L m PrayermeetinB W Snesday night CHRISTIAN- CAYPauLLsvILLE PmEEld ZT Williams pas tor Services second and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 Wednesday nightL m Prayermeetinfir LODGE MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE Na 96 F and A MRegnlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery W M E G Atkins Secretary COLUMBIA CHAPTER B A M No 7 meets Friday night after full moon SAM LEWIS H P Horace Jeffries Secretary COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month E G ATKINS T L M T R STULTS RECORDER As the Season is Open for Wool I Wand ill inform the people of Adair adjoining counties that I am PAYING THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES for Wool The prices ranges from 25c to 27e for Wool in the Grease from 35c to 37cfor Picked Wool Burry and Black Wool lOc to 20 cts SAM LEWIS Columbia Kentucky J 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 organiza tion It is a home company and home people should place their business with it Fnr fur ther information see J H JOOFF Agent iiif lHotel AND Restaurant W Son LLnlchat COMFORTABLE ROOMS I The trade of Adair sad adjoining f lllieUdterLjf IeCANONr J KENTUCKY R i f ij n ak- ylLi l t JO RUSSELL t After a Long Illness Sucumbs to the Inevitable and Passes Over the Rivero A GOOD MAN GONE TO HIS REWARD The citizens of Columbia were great ly shocked last Saturday morning wbe the announcement spread over the com munity that Jo Russell was dead Ev erybody in Columbia knew that he wins as a very critical condition but his death was not expected at the time it occurred In fact those who frequently visited his bedside were of the opin ion that he might possibly live several months The evening of his demise he arose from his bed walked to the din ingroom and ate his supper with the family convincing his wife and sons that his condition was much better After tea he returned to his bed room and laid down feeling more com fortable than usual A few minutes before 10 oclock his wife who was lying upon the bed with him Mr Russell faning her the night being very warm suddenly noticed the heavy breathing of her husband and by the time the family was summoned death had come Jo Russell was born in Columbia Ky May 1st 1840 making him 66 years 1 month and 8 days old When the war between the States broke out he enlisted in the Third Ken tucky infantry Bramlettes regiment and served until peace was declared During that bloody strife he was twice wounded and for galantry he was pro moted from a private to that of first Lieutenant in Captain B F Powells company Soon after the close of the war he accepted a position as travelin salesman out of Louisville and contin ued that vocation until about two years before his death He was with Bam berger Bloom Co during the reign of that firm and later with J Bacon Son and for many years wasone of Louisvilles most popular salesmen commanding a large salary Forty years ago he was married to Miss Sue Frisby of Wayne county who survives him together with two sons Dr C M Russell and Jo O Rus sell He also leaves two brothers J M and J O Russell and one sister Miss Kate Russell The deceased was a man of retiring disposition yet he had his convictions but he spoke them in a most respecful manner He was a man of the strict est honor his even dealings with his fellow men endearing him to all with whom he transacted business He was never known to decry the un fortunate but with willing hands and a lovable disposition he was ever ready to do what he could to alleviate want andcalm distress In fact were we to write a book of eulogies on his life and character we could not say more than this He was a true Kentucky fgentle- man a friend to everybody and every body was his friend When quite a young man he made a profession of his faith in Christ united with the Presbyterian church and lived consistently until the end came A short time before he died he said to Rev W C Clemens his pastor that he was only flesh and blood and that during his long service in the church that he had done some things not alto ether pleasing but he communed with his God and was perfectly willing go when the Master called The funeral services were heldJatthe residence Sunday forenoon conducted Rev Clemens assisted by vAx R Kasey and LZ T Williams The interment was int the city cem etery To those who have been so sortfy bereft our sympathy is extend r- z i J t r ft ctj of r r 1 it f 1r u 7 Zv i t rJf yl rs The Columbia Band assisted by Mrs Rounds and her class and other local talent gave a very creditable enter tainment at the courthouse last Thurs day evening The exercises were open ed by Rev A R Kasey who delivered a very interesting address Miss Lina Rosenfield inner usual happy style rendered a solo Misses Lula Allen Katie Murrell and Bess Rowe recited most admirably Mr Elam Harris and Miss Verna Dohoney violen and guitar delighted the audience The solo by Miss lone Rounds was rendered beauti moond and favored the audience with a num ber of new selections At the hour of 1015 the program had been rendered those in attendance winding their way to their respective homes feeling glad that they had been highly entertained A large number of the younger set met at the home of Mr and Mrs C S Harris last Friday evening and enjoyed themselves to their hearts content until the hour of 10 oclock There weremu sic and parlour games and the young belles and beaux who were inclined to stroll about the yard were given an op portunity Ernest Harris who is very quietnot often seen with young la dies was master of ceremonies and he performed his duty to perfection There were several grown persons pres ent who intently looked on wishing that they could return to their child hood days play Jennie Put the Kettle on and Come under my Honey my Love Rev A R Kasey of Columbia Mes srs D E McQuade and E E McGee of Burkesville were made Royal Arch Masons in Columbia Chapter No 7 last Friday night Past Grand High Priest Owen D Thomas of Lebanon was here to witness the work Com panions H S McElroy of Lebanon G B M Stephenson C R Hicks I S Bow J T Glidewell V P Jones McgMahan of East Fork were also pres ent The team having the work in charge were highly complimented by Past Grand High Priest Thomas Luther Gideon Sneed was arrested last Wednesday charged with selling liquor without authority Thursday morning he was brought before Judge Hancock confessed his guilt and was given sixty days in the county jail His place of operation was on the Greensburg road one mile from Colum bia Mr Sneeds troubles have just begun When he serves out his sixty days the Government authorities will take him in charge The way of the transgressor is hard- COMMISSIONERS SALE ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY OTHA COLLINS BY 1 Z T WILLIAMS ETC vs PlaiptiffJ CLAYTON COLLINS By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1906 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the CourtHouse door in Columbia Ky to tha highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 2nd day of July 1906 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described proper ty towit A certain tract or parcel of land located in Adair county Ky on the waters of Clifty Creek and contains about 60 acres For more complete discription of land see order book No 10 page 420 in Adair Co Circuit Clerks officeFor the purchase price purchaat ernthapprovedsuretyor securities must execute Bond ring legal inj tereet from the day of sale until Pun and haying the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly witbthMeterm H TAKER M C ACC tr wi ifA qtrr nrt iXr I JQ i t J5 v1 r hit 1jXr 1 LEBANON CHATAUQUA F People of Adair jjiMK joining t Counties invited i A FEAStfiOFGOOD THINGS FOR ALL The following are only a few of the many attractions to be seen at the Cha tauqua Assembly at Lebanon from June 26 td July 6 1 Capt Richmond P Hobson hero of Merrimac 2 Gov J C W Beckham 3 J Dewitt Miller 4 CapC Jack Crawford the Poet Scout 5 Pamahasikas Trained Birds and Dogs V 6 welshPrizeWinnersMale Quar tette 7 Chicago Glee Club 8 Dry George r re 3tUartj Fiery SoutherziC Orator 9 Moving Pictures 10 Ross Crane Lightning Artist and Cartoonist 11 Sunshine Hawks Humorist 12 William Spurgeon Great English Preacher 13 Father Francis Kelly 14 Hendrickson Jthe GreatMagi- clan 15 Miss Glara Von Phul Elocuton ist 16 Prof W A Colledge Lecturer 17 Prof J E Woodland Scientist 18 Hon R W Miller next Gov ernorThe Assembly lasts for eleven days Three great entertainments each day Season tickets adults owner to the grounds at pleasure during entire time andentitled to all privileges on 150JJ Record breaking crowds expected Greatest opportunity this country ever had to hear and see some of the fore most speakers of the age A special invitation is given to Adair county peo pie Be sure to remember the follow ing big dates June 28 Woodland and Father Kelley June 30 Gov Beckham and R W Miller and ball game July 2 R P Hopson and ball game July 4 Patriots Day and ball game July 6 DeWitt Miller and Hendrickson CANT HEAD US There is no telling what the dimen tions of Columbia will be in the next year or two if interests continues at the present rate Mr R 0 Mulligan a real estate dealer of Scottsville was here last week He purchased eight iiftftcf S Mr gHfggrjiJ and onehalf acr sfirtJ O Russell for 850 ten acres from O C Vaughan for 750 This land lies in the suburbs of Columbia just outside the corporate limits Mr Mulligan will return to Columbia this week lay off town lots open streets and in the near future he will have a public saleof building sites PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY J L Adkins Albany WS HC Sandidge Union v JF Roach Pierces Chapel AR Kasey Columbia W A Grant Cane Valley r G Y Wilson Elroy fv T J ampll Antioch F J Barger Pleasant Hillc J Z T Williams Mt Pleasant H T Jesse Smiths Grove SEWING MACHINES We will beat any catalogue housetop sewing machines Come and see our stock before you buy from anybody else 312 RUSSELL A Co Dont wait until a few day before the lair to fix your stock for exhibition If you have something good give atten tion in tune and it will pey you ev n if J rr you fail to teta blue tie Good atteo tion itock always pays II1t flril 2 4 fN1Y- k j i t t l r j e ==THIS YEAR=VThe Best EverJ COLUMBIA FAIR i August 21st Four Days C Large Display iJ J L OF EVRYTHING EDUCATION AND PROFIT MUSIC and MIRTH Emporium of progress 1 Races Every Day EVERY DAY A GOOD DAY FINE BAND MUSIC LARGEST i BEST FAIR EVER HELD LWE AIM TOSURPASS ALL PREVIOUS EXHIBITS THIS IS Evrybodys Fair I AND WE WANT EVERYBODY L I TO COME t r l tJ B Coffcv Prcsf J j I LtI rYtitf t ii J ii ii I I trf1 IHB ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JUNE 13 1906 THE LONGING FOR A FARM Senator Edward W Pettus of Alabama is eighty six years old and in a long active life as law yer soldier and politician has garnered much ripe wisdom At the age if ever a man ought to know what in life is really worth while When asked by a young man what vocation he would choose if he were just beginning active life the venerable Senator replied I would buy a finely located farm stock it up nicely and set tle down to a quiet life of peace and plenty with fields and or chard filling my graneries and calm observation and reflection developing my mind It is an ancient phenomenon this yearning of the years that are a little more than mature for the Sabine farm Old age yearns for the vine and fig tree under which to watch the setting of the sun But old age wants its farm to le Sabinethat is to say refined and easy Neither old age nor youth yearns particularly toward the cleaning out of stable nor toward the milking of six cows by lan tern light after a long day spent in jumping about behind a plow There is everything in agriculture to attract an old man who has somebody to do thework for him and very little to attract the youth who has to do the work for some body else Of all the panegyrists of the bucolic life how many of them if they were born on a farm stuck to it Certainly not the greatest of f them all Quintus Horatius Flac cus Horace was born on a farm to be sure and in after years went back to another farm Bu he quitted the first at an early age and went to the other only under circumstances which rend 7ered any familiarity with milkin stools and pitchforks unnecessa ry There are beautiful things said in high praise of farming but they are said by men who have others do their farming for them The real farmers are not much on penegyrics Louisville Herald THE WAY TO SUCCESS The banquet of the Tariff Re form Club at which speeches were made by former Governor Douglas of Massachusetts by John Sharp Williams by Profes sor Sunner of Yale and John DeWitt Warner marks as Mr Watterson said in his letter of regret to the chairman the ginning of a work which has be done all over again It is the admission on the part of the wisest men of the party of the fact that a return to the militant principles of Democracy is es sential to continue usefulness if not to continued existence It is recognition that not the least of these principles is a tare which gives to the manufacturer fair profit and to the consumer fair return If the movement there set on foot commands as it should the intelligent suPJOrtof the party it means the relegation to the f rear of crackbrained theories r end theorists the reapplication r 1 t LIt i itis F ys z t eF O f proven remedies for known diseases and the reelevation of a leadership which can meet hard facts with harder argumen- tIt offers to the Democratic party the one tangible hope and justifiable expectation of deservedly won success in 1908 It means a direct attack on the sources which have led to the corruption which a Republican Administration is now engaged in overthrowing by such pin pricks as Garfield reports when the whole system on which the beef trust the Standard Oil and all other great protected industries have builded should be combatted with dyna mite It means that the people who pay the freight are to have a say as to how and when the cars are to be run and to whom and at what price the goods are to be delivered It means fewer private fortunes running into the hundreds of millions and more American workmen and employes who can pay their obligations and support their families It means a platform whose purpose can be grasped and whose bene fits will not be questioned The Reform Club banquet fur nished the Democratic party with material from which to fashion deserved success if it swills Louisville Times GENERAL NEWS The political crisis in Austria is again assuming a serious phase Robert T Rogers awaiting trial on a charge of murder was lynched at Tallulah La Capt Benjamin D Terry a Confederate veteran and one o Trigg countys most prominent citizens died at Cadiz maitcrater of Vesuvius collapsed and peasants fled in terror but no futher danger is feared Railg way deny the report of a merger of their road with the Mononand the Queen and Crescent Seven bridge companies and seven agents of the companies were convicted at Norwalk 0 of conspiracy in restraint of tradeJudge Owen Thompson resign ed as trustee of the Illinois Woman s College because of the ac- cePtance of 25000 from Andrew Carnegie Senator Tillman informed the Rate Bill conferees that he would not agree to the elimination of the Jim Crow amendment from the measure Gov Higgins of New York in thaitot in case o F Albert T Patrick are little less than scandalous Logan Powell a farmer living near Owensboro may die fro the bite of a copperhead soak- which attacked him while thet was pulling tobacco plants ffTrouble 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 Ito all pills or cathartic water Sold By IJr J N Page Columbia and Page and andlOQjt r i r f Ji f J 1R1J iV qil r Pa John A Hobson 11 lit 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 WallPaper Sent on Applic- ationGreensburg Kentucky U Irr Irr 711 I 171 71Ul7I rr I 7l 7i W I xc NEW v Mill and Crusher 71 K I am ready to furnish firstclass Meal and Crushed FeedIS BRING YOUR CORN 7T- 2j vand you get the meal it makesthe Old Fashion way 7K EVERYTHING NEW BUT THE MILLERHE HAS HAD THE k EXPERIENCE j Ji7R n IEirLOCATION NEAR EUBANKS SHOP V i W H WILSON f I V m 7K w V lCG lCvi ML iw v w v v- m7K7ninmm 71mi imm m iii miKn iF mTn7iCmmn LUMBER WANTED 1 marketfortYard We give fair In y1J spedtion and pag highest sash prices Give us a Trial standard Saw Mill Go- B F RflKESTRflW = Manager E fl NEWBERR Yard Foreman Frank Corcoran HIGHGRADE MAR BLE AND GRANATE Cemetery work of all kind Trade from Adair and ad joining counties respectfully oliciteaSee ut before you buy Main Street liebanon Kentucky TELEPHONE 1872 L1 W mettbi9ht Sons Co 1FURNITURE CARPETS RUGS AND tiR PERlESf GoRe 4TH WALNUT STLOJJISVILtE KY AIES TBIPLElf- DENTl T usmNTpONif omEPson M RING 2 1ir9FFIcDJunU S BLOCK COLUMBIA K NTUCKY- M a 4 LIilA W111MOR1RO1EL Fin Tab- uMd pie Room 2tblr BMabJe Rte s WI OR Pi raily gent Jill 1t 1 1 rI ts CARE OF THE CHICKS As soon as the chicks are all out of the shells the motherhen and her family should be placed r m warm dry quarters There is nothing so fatal to young fowls of any kind as dampness If the quarters are cold but dry it will arebewarm and damp Before placing them in their new home it would be best to dust the hen well with insect powder for whatever you do keep the chicks perfectly free from those vitality destroying in sectsliceThe should be dry and if possible made of gravel or sand thatIrun as as it rains The coops should be raised a couple of inches from the ground so the floor will not draw dampness Have all openings so arranged that they may be close stormmdays The coops should be clean ed every day and given a coat of whitewash once or twice a month to keep them pure Place the drinking fountain where it will keep cool and clean fomr chicks like freshwater as well as you do They should be scalded out thoroughly with boiling water to which a few drops of carbolic acid has been added This should be done once a week Remember all these precautions are to pre vent disease which is much bet ter than all the cures that can be writtenThere is little choice in food for it the chicks are strong and healthy they can eat almost any thing that can be digested Giv them variety and feed regularly We never like to feed by a schedule but always make such changes in the diet as we think best Where the chicks have a limitedrange they should be fed on cut bone and meat occasionally to take the place of bugs and worms they get on a wild range Do not let food remain in the troughafter they have had a meal for it will sour in a few hours and be unfit for them Bowel trouble is nearly always caused by either damp and cold quarter or sour foodCorr Indi ana Farmer FURNISHING THE KITCHEN Kitchens are frequently ove stocked Early learn that this department should contain only what is in actual useINever acquire the habit of buying from peddlers or your room will be clogged with sel domused articles Before buying know why you are spending On the other hand do not for swear the extras which simplify labor such as vegetable cutters potato slicers etc says the Bos ton Herald Keep your ayea open for anngnew that will per forma task better than you can now do it The kitcfcieh like the mindshoUld be a growing one be willing to incorporate ideas land to take advantage all thatthe progress of science and skill make poiiible New Ciire for Jpsy J B Waterman of Wati town 0 Rural free iverywrit My daufh ter afflicted for year with J1 wM red ti Dr Jtinfi NewmIU Sh has not had an attack for over two LBtltJ dJeJiII T H Mf riyinf tonic pile iearth 25C T EmPau1l l r xr4 j tjir f ij i FAMILY REUNION Wellknown Couple at Miami Cele breta Their Fortyfirst Wed ding Anniversary Miami June 2Mr and Mrs J G Lindley of this place cele brated their fortyfirst wedding anniversary on Friday June 1 The occasion was made more pleasant by the presence of all their children and grandchildren this being the first reunion of the family The following persans were presentMr Mrs W M Lindley of Lebanon Mr and Mrs E F Lindley and family of Miami Mr and Mrs C L Lindley and family of Romine Mr and Mrs A W Miller and family of Burdick Mrand Mrs L P Freeman and family of Men ville 0 Mr and Mrs C A Thomas and family of Milltown Mr and Mrs E R Thomas of MiamiA dinner was served and those present showed their appreciation of the good things by partaking heartily There are thirtyone children and grandchildren in the family After the dinner some excell ent music was rendered after singing God be with you tiHve meet again the party boake up hoping to hear many returns of the happy event Mrs Joseph Thomas of Mill town was the only guest present not a relation of the family LE ROY FREEMAN EARTHe An esteemedcontemporary points out the case of a man who had led an exemplary life who was so straight in his dealings with the world that he leaned back but whose worth was not appreciated until he died Then everybody in town turned out to the funeral Isnt that human nature for you An individual lives a good life a firm does the square thing always a newspaper fights hon estly for the right and every body and his brother take it as a matter of coursethough it is not by any means The individ ual dies or the firm fails for lack everybodyrmourns The time to praise a mans virtues is while he is here on earth If he does the right thing he is a sinning mark and he deserves to be patted on the back and every mans hand extended to help him So it is withafirin Dont wait until they are dead Floral wreaths though they cost 25 do not support widows and or phan Selected The man who is not a good judge of horses and has no love fortthem but is a judge of cows arid t1kesrdairying will be more likely to make money in dairy Butof ness for horses and isa good judge of horse stock will derive both pleasure and profitinbreed ing good horse stock provided he starts right keeps his sails fair ly trimmed and sells when he gets fair offers so as to prevent his stock from accumulating and burden Tx i SL f l iiiI lit tJ f Vt f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JUNE 13 1906 1 5 r i II10i L HENRY WATTERSONS PAPERIjk Weekly CourierJournalAND Adair Couuty News BOTH ONE YEAR FO- RONLY 150 Few people in theUnited States have not heard of the Courier Journal Democratic in all things fair in all things clean in all things it is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL one year and this paper for the above named price Send your subscription for the combination to usnot the CourierJournal The News- Columbia Ky TH- EJackofallTrades HEPumps 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 particulars call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE ENTUCKY W F JEFFRIES SON Agti T New Park and SoppOn foe both VMkri Ifikoa aod Singer Macfiio f l SOLD ONLY BY 1 til r S I N C ER If SEWING INCORPORATED MACHINE CO jLJkrCDY Representative 1 V COLUMBIA KY i r tins1Ii 1 r CANCER Melancholy as it truly is the real origin of cancer is as yet unknown No parasite has been discovered to explain its invasion and no treatment short of the earliest possible use of the knife has given any hope Even with the best surgical skill the growth is very liable to recur and in the great majority of patients afflict ed with the disease it proves fa tal within three to five years The one promising feature for treatment is at first always local and should thus be amenable to early and thorough eradication KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Lancaster July 183 days Hustonville July 253 days Madisonville July 315 days Danville August 13 days Harrodsburg 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 Shelbyvilfe 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 Injunction is issued Astringent 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 stomachand bowel disorder at the least sign of trouble in any of your digestive organs It will promptly and surely set them right 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 if it fails Iam prepared to fix Pumps Tinwork Woodwork and all kinds of repairing a specialty Horseshoeing and Blacksmithing I am prepared to do your buggy repairing on short notice LOCATION WATER STREET WADE H EUBANKS GIVEN FREE The Cincinnati Enquirer has just Issused a New Valuable up to date Wall Chart ofthree Sheets six pages each 28 inches wide 36 inches long entirelyNewand exact ever printed In bringing this Map up to date all new towns are located all Electric and Traction Railroads are shown all Rural Mail Routes and portraits ofall the Governors MagnificentChart with portraits of all the Presidents Map of Panama showing Canal greatShipUnited States one of the greatest attemptedA the Russia Japanese War district with data and details of the two great Armies and Navies battle fields etc including the last Naval battle in the straits of Korea A map of the World with Names of Rulers Coats of Arms Flags all Nations Steamship Routes with data and Statistics of great worth Other maps are the Philippine andJoJ1QRico pOintdisiredunderstand it The Chart is new correct and up to date making it an invaluable educator indespensable SCbQOlLibraryorColl The selling price is Viz5o yet its worth is many tines greater The Enquirer Company is this chart Free to subscribers of the weekly Eiquirer who remit one dollar for a tearS subscription or for a renewal ofoii subscription Agents can reap a1 rich harvest soliciting orderr foethli raalttftn Addrfe c ONtliPWER COMPANY t J t f f1 riatiiI ma 1 i 1 t W 1 t r 4vf r 1 rwJ LITTLE BITS OF INEORMATION Cocus is the hardest woo knownThe French fight 4000 duels a year There are more aquatic than land birds The worlds annual death rate is 35215000 Black is a color hated and fear ed by all babies Sunflower seed makes the best bait for rat traps Good tea can be bought in China for 3 cents a pound The worlds daily output of steel pens is 3000000 The first typewriter patent was taken out in 1714 Oysters are not good to eat till they are four years old The Czars private estates cov er 100000 squares miles In the schools of Bohemia the study of music is compulsory Over 3000 patents have beenII taken out by women in fifteen years Chicago street railroad stocks have shrunk in market value 62 500000 since 1899 The giraffe is the only animal that can not make a soundthat- is absolutely dumb- Norwegian girls cannot marry till they have passed a severe ex amination in cookery A Derby hat floated rim down wards and clasped to the breast makes a good life preserver The highest inhabited place is Halne in Tibet 15500 feet above sea level The people there are physically weak The late Susan B Anthony left an estate valued at 10000 all of which she bequeathed to the womans suffrage cause The Japanese rice crop thi year is nearly 14 per cent less than the average and 25 per cent less than last year All political parties are considering measures for relieving the distress A curious well in Canada pro duces sand instead of water The sand comes up in a stream like a fountain The force which drives it to the surface from a depth of 100 feet has not yet been discovered An astronomer calls attention to the fact there was no full moon in February although there were two in January and March also had two He computes that this will not happen again for two and onehalf million years Aged 90 years and holding the- iproudrecord in the British army under fire in bat tIe nintytwo times William Edwards late of the Ninth Lan cers has just died at Butlocks Neath near Southampton For twentyfive years Edwards ser ved in the army from January 1842 until October 2 1866 and during that time he took part in various Indian campaigns in eluding that of the munity retiring on a pension of lid day This meager income h sup Plemcente d by workin r various trades having hadtbL port an invalid wifrwboisnor1 ft in poor circumstoncM aea 4mlw f t ftllJ JJ t ti h iYi it 1t NrC v I t r HOME COMING PROGRAM programdReligious exercises W H C San didge assisted by all the ministers of the county Song Service Eld Z T Williams J S Stapp Opening AddressGov J R Hind manResponseHon E L Dohoney Paris Texas Judge JG Winfrey Evens ville Ind and Hon J F Read Ft Smith Ark- Matters of Interest in the Public Records of the countyHon J F MontgomeryOur GrowthHon W F NeatPublic Men of the CountyJudge H C BakerAdair County for the Last One Hun dred YearsHon Rollin Hurt The Moral Sentiment of Adair County Now and ThenHon F R Win freyThe Bar and Adair County Judges Judge W W Jones A New Comers Impression of Adair CountyMr L C Winfrey The Adair County Politician and How He Gets ThereHon Ben Lee Hardin HarrodsburgThe Young Men of Adair CountyMr Gordon Montgomery The Women of Adair County Young and OldMrG P Smythe- A Paper on the Common Schools of Adair CountyMrs Georgia Shelton Educational InterestBy those con nected with the two institutions o learningHistorical Records of Adair County prepared by Hon J F Montgomery Mr James Garnett and Mr T R StultsCommittee on InvitationC S Har ris Gordon Montgomery and G P SmytheThe Brass Band will fur nish music at intervals throughout the dayThis program was hurriedly gotte- up and possibly some slight changes will be made but in the main it is correct J R HINDMAN Chairman J E MURRELL Secretary A Texas Wonder Theres a Hill at Bowie Tex that 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 ansd doctors gave me up to die of Consumption I was reduced to 90 pounds whe 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 In a dry summer as this prom ises to be the water supply in the pastures should be looked to and not be allowed to become ex hausted or befouled Young stock which must wade through mud up to their bellies to drink water from ponds all covere over with green slime will not thrive and while standing still or going back in condition tax on the resources of the f rather than a means of increas ing the revenue Long Tennessee right For twenty years W L Rawls of Bells Tenn fought nasal catarrh He writes The swelling and soreness in side my nose was fearful till I began applying Bucklens Arnica Salve to the sore surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to re turn Best jalve in existence 25c at T E Paulls Druggist Guatemalan troops have bee successful in defeating revolu tionists along both the Mexi and Salvadorean borders accord ing to dispatches Deceived Washington from American Minr ister Combo at GuatII ia1 eibi frtii od V 0 J iOif Il 3Hr 5 t r tfi4 Ji1rf 7 rI q itL v1 t i ri 1 It seems especially incredible that a strong strudy selfmade man who has had to fight his way up from poverty and who feels the blackache in every dollar he has earned should let his savings slip through his in the most foolish investmentsI with scarcely any investigation often sending his money thous ands of miles away to people he has never seen and about whom he knows practically nothing ex cept through an advertisement which has attracted his attention or through the wiles of some smooth unprincipled promoter Success Magazine It is said that Mr Spurgeon went down into the country to visit a friend who had built a new barn and on the barn was a cupalo upon which they put a weathervane with this text of Scripture upon it God is love Spurgeon said to the man What do you mean that text of Scripture on the weathervane Do you mean that Gods love is as changeable as the wind Oh no was the reply I mean to say that God is love whichever way the wind blows t postfoffices and post roads agreed on an amendment to the appropri ation bill adding 88735 to the amount to be expended for the extension of the pneumatic tube service A general court martial has been ordered for the trial of Capt Perry Garst commanding forngrounding that ship May 6 on York spit The attorneys in the Dowie lit igation have agreed to allow Judge Landis of the United allspoints in controversy between Voliva and Dowie CHELF nBro Todd Eubanks preached at Athens last Saturday night and Sunday Miss Wilmerth Gifford of Min tonville was visiting relatives at recentlyI Miss Prudy Spaugh is visiting Miss Bettie Wesley of Phil Mrs Mary Spaugh has returned home from visiting friends and relatives at Mintonville Mr S S Clarkson of McKin ney was grading lumber in this neck of woods a few days ago havingd a yard of lumber hauled from Chelf to McKinney He is also having a large lot of crossties placearmCrops of every kind are much improved since the rain HOLMS Wheat harvest is comIng on hand and there is a fine prospect for a good crop Corn looks fine but oats is no good Tobacco setting is a thing of the past in this neighborhood bynthe thousands arcane looking fine and if not destroyed cropiiiMeadows are no good hay r scarce and will benextilear I p t s v J x 3FsAt rai OLD METHODS SUCCEED It has been claimed that old methods of doing business cannot succeed in this twentieth century of ours but a striking ex ample of where old manners have been and are yet successful may be found in the busiest city of the worldNew York Right in the heart of the wholesale dis trict may be found a restaurant that is feeding more people everyday of the year than any other house in New York City and doing it along the line ofold methodsIt claimed for this famous eating house that every pound of food used is paid for in cash upon the day it is purchased and that the proprietors have never yet given a check in payment for supplies nor owed a dollar at the close of the day and they keep nobooksEach the dealers sup plying this remarkable establish ment the necessary goods at the receiving department and then form in a line leading to the cash iers desk where each one in turn receives his money in good hard coinWhen the evening comes whatever is left in the cash drawer is profit less charges such as taxes light fuel c A further boast of the owner of this restaurant is that its doors have never been locked since first opened way back in wartime and that no one knows where the key now is An idea of the number of people fed may be gained from the fact that the table salt used ex clusively by the patrons at the tables and not including any used for cooking is purchased every four months in ten barrel lots each barrel containing three hun dred pounds An Indiana farmer living near Corydon gathers a rather unusu al crop every spring Unlike other crops it is reaped in the spring Unlike other crops it is reapedwhen he plows andnot when he harvests When run uig his furrows he seldom fails to find several pieces o f money half dollars It is amusing to see the owner and his children searching for silver immediately after the regular spring harrow ing and if the supply holds out it would seem unnecessary to put in any of the ordinary crops The explanation is that the silver producing farm was once owned by an eccentric and wealthy old man who contracted the miserly habit of burying his money under the ground Here is what a health writer says about water as a tonic One half of the world feminine drink too little water they do not know what a real good health thirst is and should cultivate one by using plenty of salt both in their food and its natural state It will take the place of tonic If the woman who has flabby flesh and a hollow chest will form the habit of eat big plenty of salt meats and fish thereby creating a thirst fo water she will take on good healthy flesh and round out her figure in an astonishingly short time As the result of the investiga ltion by the immigration authori ties In Baltimore a n d other places several leaders of Italian tIanarchistswilllholy be take ti mcusYt x 1nl twa 3S F n rlr s t rqt ar a st y i t 1 f7 f f 1 r h i sd tc t tF 4 f r ITHEjflfi m COpNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JUNE 13 1906 air1iiht nty ieWs Published Every Wednesday w IIE Air County News Company IN60RPOIIATLD f EDITORCHASt tNBHiiiitTr newspaper devoted to the interests r the city of Gdhmbim and the people of Adair adjacent counties Katered at the Columbia Postoffice as- a second imail matter WED t JUKE 13 1906 THOfeOUGH INVESTIGATION In last weeks issue the an nouncement was made that the decomposed remains of an infant had been found in the alley near Mr J W Coffeys blacksmiths shop that it had been traced to a room at the top of the stairway in the Marcum hotel a room used for the storage of vegetables and furniture arid known as number seven At the time the remains were found much feeling of surprise and regret was manifested on the part of everyone who heard of the horribleness of the crime and the open exposure of the nude remaids which seemed to defy and ignore the detection of its perpetrator Squire John Eubank in the capacity of a cor oner began an investigation but the day was too far spent to se cure such information as would justify the court in rendering a decision and as some of the most important witnesses were absent the investigation was posponed until last Saturday the 9th l Promptly at nine oclock the in vestigation was again instituted and in spite of the vigorous effort made by our County Attorney andothers to bring to light the guilty party the jury retured the following verdict We the jury summoned to enquire into the death of the in fant found in the alley near the blacksmith shop ofJ W Coffey on June 2nd find that the infant was throwninto the alley from a slop bucket by the hand of Char ley Hancock an enployee of the Barbee Hotel and that he carried the bucketand infant from room No7 in the said Barbee Hotel We are not able to determine where the infant was born or who its mother nor can we de termine how it came to its death or whether it was still born Moo ter one weeks investigation during which time we have run down and investigated every moo mor that has come to our knowl edge we are not able to form the slightest idea as to who the guilty party or parties WM F JEFFRIES W A COFFEY JOHN D LOWE v E W REEDj TG RASNER F T SMITH Probably not in the history of this section nd certainly not in Columbia has there ever been a parallel case in its mysterious oc currence and perpetration The crime is one shocking to the feel ings of every individual and the overwhelming sentiment of our people and of the former and present managers of the hotel was to have the most thorough investigation and bring to light r if possible the guilty party Sharing in this sentiment we at tended the investigation hear d nearly every witness and know i that not asingle statement waS J l 1 made that would criminally con ti X r fr nect anyone with the crime To our mind the fullest inquiry possiblv8s made and outside of the fact that it came from room number 7 it was impossible to trace it further or to find any evidence or reason to base the slightest suspicion pointing to the guilt of anyone How when or by whom it was deposited in that room is as mysterious to all parties connected with the hotel and to all who testified as is pos sible to conceive Every person connected with the hotel all of the regular boarders physicians and nurses were closely examined but not the slightest evidence that pointed the jury to the detection of the crime After the fullest and deepest probing by as goodmen as our town affords and by the management of the hotel and other citizens it is coy ered in mystery a blot on the fair name of our community yet without evidence or ci r c u m stances to warrant the shadow of suspicion against the good name of any one but all must share in common the stigma of such a deed The time may come when it will be revealed but at this hour it seems so foreign to this community and so thoroughly preposterous that it could have happened in this town without indications pointing to some one leaves it to the outside world the deed of an outsider skillfully wickedly plotted and ingeniously executed the room in which it was found being used as a de pository for various articles not every day needed but directly at the head of the stairway lead ing from the office and of easy approach could not have been more inviting for any one who would stoop so low as to commit such a crime not only in the sight of God but to the parties connected with the hotel its boarders and to this entire community Regreting the circum stance and deploring the fact that the guilty is hid in total darkness we can only expect its revelation in the judgment day It is gratifying to the enthusi astic friends and supporters of Hon W J Bryan our standard bearer in two of the most mem orable campaigns in the history of our country that the Demo cratic party is coming together in all parts of our country and looking to him to again lead the fight for political supremacy from which it was rested from the Party by millions of money corporate influence and factional disagreement As fast as state conventions are being held so surely are the Democrats uniting and placing Mr Bryan in Nomi nation Mr Watterson the great editor a man of far reaching in fluence and ability one who openly opposed his election in 1896 and favored Jtylr McKinley and whose support in 1904 was void of real genuine earnestness is now seeing in Mr Bryan the qualities and ability so badly needed in our chief ExecutiveJ Mr Watterson has spoken in no uncertain tones and not only sug gests Mr Bryans nomination in 1908 but believes that he ought to be elected and that he will be Throughout the country the same sentiment is ex resfeed by that part of the party heretofore apf posed to him and unless some t thing happens to check or change sentiment judgment and de mands long before the next national Democratic convention meets Mr Bryan will be placed in nomination bp an undisputed majority To our mind it is clear that he is the ogic91man the one equal to every emergency one who measures up to the full requirements and needs of the country in its desires for purer and better government and one whose abilities and nobleness of purposes will give him a tremen drous sweep over contending forces It has been our pleasure to support him in the past and we would rejoice to see him lead our forces in the contest in 1908 The fact is that we not only be lieve in the principles which he defends and the policy for which he contends but in the greatness- of t the man as well In every politicaljbattle in every political agreement there is couched be hind them all a desire to recog nize moral rights rather than a spirit of purely commercialism to advance the general interest of country in its government It has taken a long while to real ly find the length breath and depth of the purposes of Mr Bryan and to establish confidence in his ability by those who have heretofore failed to support him but there there is ample evidence that the people are fast looking over the entire field of availables and see in Mr Bryan the essen tial so necessary in this day and generation We trust that the present trend of thought and ac tion will prevail and believe that W J Bryan will be the next President of cur country During the commencement exercises in Berea college Madison County last Wednesday in the presence of ten thousand people Mrs Nannie Nuekols shot and in stantly killed Mrs Viana Black of Rockcastle county The Black woman was going with Mrs Nuckols husband and boasted in the presence of the wronged wife that she would keep his company when it suited her Mrs Nuck ols says that when this statement was made to her Mrs Black thrust her hand in her bosom as ifto draw a dirk Believing she was in danger she seized a revolver and fired Mrs Nuckols was given an examining trial at Rich mond Thursday arid acquitted Nintysix exKentuckians living in different States 1iav repre sented their respected districts in Congress Missouri alone sending seventeen Missouri has also had eight Kentucky Govenors Illi nois five Hon Robt P Caldwell a native of Adair County Kys represented Tennessee district in Congr ssJames Simple a former Green County Ky cit izen has been tin the United States Senate from Illinois and Thos B Anderson a native of same county has been in the House of Representatives from Missouri A very sad death Loccured in Louisyille last Tuesday Miss Louie G McDaniel iwhawould have graduated from3 theGirs- High School Thursday died rr bring sorrow tb many hearts Frotri4e fact that IfeVmamjaige to a prominent young man had i 2 t7n i J fQt 1If ofJHer affianced with all the love of a tender and sympathetic heart kept Virgil by the bedside until the end came Miss McDaniel was twenty years old and a general favorite Former United States Senator Wm Vilas who was also a member of President Clevelands Cabinet is out forW J Bryan Mr Vilas supported the Palmer Buckner ticket They are com ing in no uncertain tones Democrats in Ohio Indiana Arkansas and South Dakota have resoluted in favor of William J Bryan for the Presidency in 1908 It would not surprise us if the Democrats in every State in the Union instructed for him Judge George Du Relle has been appointed United States District Attorney to succeed the late R D Hill The assistant will be a son of Mr Geo W Jolly of Owensboro The Republicans of the first Tennesee district have nominated Alf Taylor for Congress He is a brother of Bob Taylor who won in the primary for United States Senate The democrats of Oregon re elected Geo E Chamberlain Govenor The Republicans won in the Senatorial and Congress ional races It is a foregone conclusion that Wm J Bryan will be nominated by the Democrats for the Presidency in 1908 Hon H V McChesney the present Secretary of State has announced his candidacy for Auditor IGRADYVILLE I Dr L C Nell has about re covered J H Smith was in Green coun ty on business last week Robt Simpson of Breeding was with our stockmen last Fri dayUncle Geo Flowers spent a few days with his relatives and friends in Columbia last week Master Jo Hunter was on the sick list a few days of last week- J A Diddle and J J Hunter will spend a few days in Louis ville this week and take in the Home Coming Miss Alice Walker of Colum bia after a weeks visit with Miss Bessie Walker of our city returned to her home Monday Wm fiillis and son of Marrowbone were here last week JN Coffey of Columbia was here last Tuesday Judge HC Baker and Charles Murrell of Columbia passed throughthere the first of the week on the Way to Edmonton G Whit Flowers of Bliss was here last Thursday Dr S A Taylor was called to t1ebecsideQ Hobson a Son of MrandMrs Wi JE Walker fI NelJi last Tuesday who spot 1 aim broken from falling oft 3J i fence minfeta ic J 3frsV C ENII W bh a ssn- f l fFtir tuLr 3t We Will PayYour Toll t BOTH WAYS TO CAMPBELLSVILLE jJWILL PEED YOU AND YOUR HORSE ANY TIME in the next three weeks IYfou will come to Campbellsville we will pay your toll bothways feed you and your horse and guar antee to save you more than enough to amply pay you for your troublef in making this trip to inspect our stock YOURS TO PLEASE Lyon BuggyCO i Columbia Motor Car Co Columbia = CarnpbeIlsville Line Cars Leave Columbia 345 A M 12 M 11Comfortable and Rapid Transit atthe Lowest Rates Consistent with First= Class Service o Wa EF t OWARECan Furnish You Jars from 1 to 10 gallons Churns from 3 to 6 gallons F Afilt SIfiCWU on the sick list forseveral weeks has about recovered Rev John Denton wife and son of Texas visited in this section last week Mr David Kinniard one of Nells best farmers was in our midst last Saturday Mrs Susan Grissom of Bliss and Mrs AL Mell of Green- eVi were guesis of Mrs W M Wilmore Saturday Mr William Francis and wife of Bliss were the guests of Mr GTf Mowers Saturday Master Taylor Kasey of Columbia after a weeks visit to Lee Flowers has returned- home Mrs G Y VilsQn in company- with Miss 14aYW restarted aytt t itJ4Jjj d II i Leave Campbellsville 1PM 9PM days attending the State Mission MeetingMr Pedigo on his return from Columbia last Tuesday bought from George H Nell the horse known as the Ed Atkins horse for 100 Mr and Mrs Lum Hill spent last Saturday and Sunday in the community of Weed CqlumbiaThursday f Rev G T Wilson filled his re gular appointment here last Sun day Miss Clara Wilmore is teach ing a music class in our city Married at the home of the brides parents Mr Ed Gopmer eta Miss Viola Gibson Rev 7 WrSexton officiating 1 DrS A Taylor willtgrist mill at Eeltner to be run jbY Mr Pa r on- r I I 0 ill l S a3Sa r Jl Il j 1t 1 Z Jw V l Ii 4 1 t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA EYV JUNE 13 1906 223243 RATES give comfort on sweltering When hot weary imparts vigor energy fountains bottles THE DODGING PERIOD a woman life is the name often to the change growscantierchange ofrmuch pain and discomfort however be cured by taking I IW CARDUI I Womans Refuge in Distress irritabilitymiserableness willbringbuild up your strength for the rest of your life Try it all druggists in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER ustrlWhat all your symptoms adYlcefaAddress Ladle Advlso tl 00OhatWOOC1lt L Dehler Brothers 116 E Market St t Louisville Send For Catalogue F Gans Bro Props Market St Bet Floyd and Preston 100 Per Day Absolite satisfaction guaranteed Special rates to Boarders Will you a day and it and 5c at soda and in 5c of given entire which car At can1hem EtiYTHINQ BUT DEATH I suffer i writes Virginia Eobson of Eastou Md until I took Oardui which cured meso quick jitsurprised my doctor didnt know I was taking itrI wish I had known of Cardui earlier in life CARRY ALL HEIGHTS IN STOCK ce n n euWGOb FIELD STANDARD STTLE MADE IK 5 XBiiGiis1 Enterprise HotelC- has W Louisville Kentucky who T 344 I Fifth Avenue Hoteli iliIiWALNUTSTREETS t Refurnished Redecorated i and lrFFF Remodeled KENTUCKY AFirstclass ttHotel at Poplar Prices Convenient to Wholesale Janl Retail Districts Churches and Theatres 4J liKE CAMPBELL Manager 4 THE PATTESOfi flOTEIi No better place can be found than the above nursed hotel It is new elegantlyfurniahed and the table at all times supplied with the r lttbe market affords Feed stable in t connection 4P I- ArB PATTH SOfl prot dAm8STOLLt- 4 3 tpj I C M WISEMAN SON 1 Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians H Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall 132 W Market let 1st 2d StL Ky Coffins AND Caskets HI keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it patronize J E Snow Russell Springs S D crenshaV1 Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fairprices I am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE I FROM COLUMBIA ON DISAP POINTMENT I Dr OS Dunbar DJtNTISTO- FFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky FEELING LIVERISH This Morning TAKE A Gentle Laxative l A t- tLp Appetizer J1 THE UNWRITTEN LAW Discussing the recent order of the Supreme Court in the John son lynching case the Chatta nooga News says The effects of this order of the court may be far reaching The people of the South know what amount of trouble it may bring to them However they have no desire or intention to run from it They stand today where they have always stood for swift punishment of rapists If this punishment can be meted out in the courts of the State the great bulk of the people will be satisfied and may be counted on to restrain the more intem perate element However when technicalities are resorted to for the purpose of prolonging the life of a rapist they will contin ue to go on about their business and allow mobs to do work that I they would rather see done by the courts of the State but whichsometimes the Federal courts will not permit the State courts to do The South is not lawless It is jealous of the in tegrity of its courts and loyal to the best interests of society Yet there is an unwritten law in the South hither than even the Supreme Court of the United i States and that law will be en forced against hades high wa ter and judgment HOW BEES EMBALM Bees can embalm as well as any undertaker All intruders on their hives are slain and em balmed carefully If a worm or a roach or any in sect blunders into a hive the bees fall upon him and slay him with their stings To get the corpse out would be difficulty therefore embalming it they let it remain The embalming process of the bees is simple It consists in covering the with a her ithisremains fresh It cannot in any way contaminate the hive When a snail blunders i n among the bees they cannot kill him on account of the protection of his shell So they embalm him alive The cover him shell and all with snowy way He is a prisoner whom only death re leases WRITE IT DOWN agreementsin writing and never pay a bill without taking a receipt for it This may save serious misunderstandings and an infinite amount of trouble Mens memories are treacherous but a writing does not change Whenever you hire a man put down the date and terms in your note book and if you buy or sell an animal with a warranty write down the exact words and have them signed This isa protection which any one can ill afford to neglect It is not doubting a mans word to ask him to put it in writing it is only protecting yourself so that your pardner wife children or administrator could attend to your business affairs with a clearer understanding and better results if the necessity should arise- ot v il l aF ooooooot2 Do you know where the flowers bloom the sweetest 0And charm with most subtle perfume f 0Where the verdure is rarest and greenest VAndthe Spring is one long balmy June o Where the birds build their nests in wild forestsjO The land of thecuckoo and lark Birds of Paradise singing forever Y 0 In Kentucky dear home of my heart 00 Do you know that her women are fairest 0And charm with the languous grace Only born in this witching warm Southland 8 o While their beauty of form and of face J 0O With their voices low and persuasive U1 A melody all of their own 0olit true to themselves and their kindred Are true to their firm moral worth 0litWith sympathies tender and clinging oInall of lifes living a part 0They are fitted to grace any station These women of head and of heart 2 And her men are both brave and chivalrous 0Both manly and tender are they 0Their homes and their firesides are sacred O Love rules them by night and by day X0 All over the page of our nation o Kentucky has written her name 4 Art finance and historys chaplets f o Recordwith proud triumph the same 0o Kentucky dear home of the wildwood 0My tribute I feelingly pay aDear home of my gay merry girlhood 0litAnd thy shadows in mournfulness tree 0oOOOOOOOOO W J OOOOOOOO i i Do You Want a i Sxss HOME o L s we can furnish you oneany kind you for sale a great variety of farms dwelling houses and business propositions Ihave housesIDO YOU WANT A FARM us what kind of a place you are looking for size what improvements where located how much are willing to invest and any other pertinent I We have farms of all sizes character and prices and youI are certain to interest you if you are on the market postal card will bring you one of our printed lists Kentucky Real Estate Gompanu 166ntral KENTUCKY I XXXiiXXXiKX oooooxroioToooo To Tobacco Shippers We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connect ed directly or indirectly with any other ware house or warehouse company We conduct a Strictly Independent Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business C A BRIDGES CO Props PiCKETT TOBAGCO WAREHOUSE LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY DR JAMES MENZIES Columbia Ky OFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHONE 35 OJEopf1JJW Consultation and Examine tioxl Free at Office- ColumbiaCampbellsvillestageLlne 7I aiSKXXXX si II7I1 7K i a m CIE REDUCED RATES c Prom now until further notice the fare from Coluni IEbia to Gampbellsville will be CriiBMa to dpfeHsville 75c Ii Trij 151 cue r acy w crjao Sic IEWUClSfllSTtWS ACC UTll ME t is B BARBEE Propr m r7wyT I t 1 4 rItE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JUNE 13 1906 r rr EEEEEEErEEEEEEEEEEE WJw y EI EIfifEiiIfff Mr John Lapsley of Esto is very lowMr W D King is in Louisville this 1week Miss Nancy Flowers visited at Bliss last week t Miss Alice Walker visited at Grady ville last week r Mr G P Smythe will be in Louis ville Thursday Mr John Sharp of Amandaville was here Monday Miss Mary Hancock is visiting at Mr Alvin Brownings Mr L L Reauseau Glasgow is here for a few days Mrs Mary J McClain has been quite sick for several days Mrs J V Whi ewho has been quite sick is improving Dr J N Page and wife visited Sand Lick Spring last Sunday Mr B F Chewning of Calvery Ky spent las Sunday at home Mr H B Ingram and wife Knifley were in Columbia Monday Mrs Lucy Follis visited relatives at Bliss Saturday and Sunday Burr Gilpin and wife of Campbells ville were in Columbia Sunday Miss Leeta Cartwright is visiting her aunt Mrs Abe Long Glasgow Miss Lena Williams of Montpelier visited in Columbia last Thursday Mrs Laura Powell and Miss Nona Powell will visit Glasgow this week Mr Jo Russell and mother are spending a few days at the Griffin Springs Miss Bettie Sharp Amandaville vis ited in Columbia the first of the week Misses Mary Fleece and Lula Barns Campbellsville visited Columbia last Sunday Mr W A Myers and Miss Lula Conner are visiting relatives in Hardin countyMr Frank Burton wife and little son John Ed visited the News office MondayMiss Bonnie Hockersmith of Frank fort visited in this place the first of the week Miss Kate Dohoney of Chicago 111 will spend home coming with Mrs J D FlowersMr Shrader representing the Frank A Menne Candy Co was in town last week Mrs Z M Staples was seriously ill the latter part of last week but she has greatly improved Mr Reed Shelton who has been in college at Maryville Tenn reached home last Sunday night Mrs J A Dulworth Camp Knox visited her mother Mrs Malissia Christie the first of the week Mr George Rosenfied and his young est sister Cary will be with the home comers in Louisville this week r Mrs B W Todd and Miss Mary Cartwright daughters of Dr W F Cartwright are visiting in Albany Miss Ruth and Master Alvin Lyon of Campbellsville who have been visiting their grandmother Mrs I S Curd returned home last Wednesday Miss Jimmie Curd intertained MisseS Bess and Rose Hunn Mabel Atkins and Mary Triplett last Monday in honor of Miss Ruth Lyon of Campbellsville tJ C Browning George Atkins and Ruin Brownig of Milltown attended a meeting of the Directors of the Co lumbia Fair Association last Saturday Mr Alvin Browning and Mrs A A Murrell returned home last Monday from a very pleasantvisit to relatives and friends at Campbellsville and Leba non Mr and Mrs CAMeshew of Bar low Ky are visiting relatives in this county Mr Meshew who is- t an vex pert machinist is manager ofthe waterworks of his town Messrs JasGamettT A Murrell r Mrs Georgia Shelton Miss Haut Mar xjjim Tim Cwens Ewjni Stults Fred McLean are in Xoujiville this week at tending thehoinc mingr 1 tj i J yXs r ev yrrr Mrs M F Martin of Talahoma Tehh is visiting in Columbia Amanda Butler and Bell Butler daughters of Josh and Jim Butler will leave on the 13th for Qwensboro on an extended visit to D H Butler and family EEEEEEFETEEEFEEEEEFEEEE- T LOCAL NEWS I ai Next Tuesday will be home coming day Ten Nights in the barroom at the courthouse Saturday nightR Born to the wife of Talmage Smith Thursday the 7th a daughter Meet your friends at the Fair Grounds next Tuesday Bring baskets An infant child of John Eubank Cane Valley died Monday morning If you want to be entertained beat the courthouse next Saturday night We buy furniture in carload lots Our prices are right NEAT FURNITURE Co Prof J O Darnell will sing at Zion next Sunday afternoon =All are invit ed Rev Z T Williams will preach at Rocky Hill the 4th Sunday afternoon at 330 g Born to the wife of Rev A R Ka sey Monday morning the 11th a daughterWheat harvest is on in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood and the crop is reported good- Atravling troupe composed twenty five person men and women will be at the courthouseSaturday night See our new line picture Frames worth 200 Will sell them at 75 cents each NEAT FURNITURE Co tf Read a full and complete account of thefJ investigation of the dead baby found in ally on fourth page of this paper Fort SALE OR RENT One seven room house on Boomer Heights- S BAY CONOVER tf Mr Will Dohoney united with the Christian Church last Sunday and was baptized by EldZ T Williams in the afternoonTen in the barroom at the courthouse next Saturday night There are twentyfive persons in the troupe A splendid orchestra Mr Green B Smith was bit upon the hand by his dog last Monday morn ing making the member very sore He was training the dog to catch rats Ten Nights in the barroom presents more different features and characters than any other play of its kind At the courthouse Saturday night School examinations will be held Friday and Saturday of this week in theM and F High School building Teachers should report promptly i FOR SALE Six O I CPigs three males and three females all entiitled to register Mrs J B Coffey tf Columbia Ky Come let us showy you our new stock of Furniture We buy in carload lots Everything at prices to suit you NEAT FURNITURE Co Circuit court opens at Jamestown next Monday Remember that a representative of the News will be upon the square ready to make settlements with friends of the paper Your 5ard Wood Floors can befin ished perfectly by wing Wood Filler and Old English Floor Wax We have ifc jn stock and tail tell you all about it 312 RUSSELLkCo t Mr Leslie A Chapman U opened a family grocery m the old post office building northcorner v public quare He keeps igood stockiand wants your traae r 313 1 v Jt ii 4 q JT Sherrill sold his faim lying near Milltown to J T Mercer for 3 500 He also exchanged his town pro perty to John Bell for twenty acres of wood land Mr Sherrill will remove to Texas Mrs Catherine Grider wife of Mr W E Jriaer died in the White Oak country last Thursday She was twen tyfour years old and a victim of con sumption Mr W E Bradshaw bougth of Rev W C Clemens last Thursday the latters residence near the M and F High School for 1400 Possession will be given the 20th of this month Insure in The Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction City Ky The only company in the State that makes any claim of paying their losses n full tf S I BLAIR Agt Mrs Jane McFarland of Rowena Ky was given a birthday dinner by her son W T McFarland near town the 6th of this month The brothers of the county were present She was 70 years of age making 3 score and ten On July 1st we take our annual In ventory From now until that date we offer all summer goods at reduced prices now while the stocks are full is the time to buy RUSSELL Co 312 There will be a Masonic celebration at Font Hill Russell county the 24th of June St Johns Day Past Grand Master W C McChorel will be the principal speaker Other wellknown Masons will make short talksI Mr Abe Bleeden formerly a merchant in Campbellsville lost his wife June 1 The end came in Louis ville We understand that the deceas ed was a sister of Charley Simons who sold goods in Columbia ten years ago Miss Belle Garvin a maiden lady for tyfive years old died in this place one day last week Her parents removed from Cumberland county to this place abont one year ago Religious serv ices were conducted by Rev W C Clemens Refreshment diningroom melons stable and babyrack privileges will be sold at public out cry at 2 oclockon the first Saturday in July at the court house door Remember the date if you desire a privilegeC S HARRIS SEC JimFount Abrell son of Rev Graff Abrell met with a very sererious acci dent a few days ago In some way he was thrown from his horse cutting a severe gash in his head and since the accident his reason has been dethroned Drs Blair and Cartwright are treating him Willie a seven year old son of Mr and Mrs JohnStone met with a seri ous accident last Tuesday afternoon He was enjoying the pleasures of a swing and while it was moving rapidly he fell out breaking one of his legs Dr W R Grissom was called and reduced the fracture FOR SALEMy farm of 122 acres 2J miles north of Columbia well improv ed good out buildings but small boxed house Plenty of good water and sufficient timber for keeping up the farm If you want a good home near Columbia this is your opportunity tf J L HURT 1 CALL ON HE- At my old stand back of the Mar cum Hotel I handle salt lime cement etc Will buy wool feathers lodes and all kinds of country produce I make the buying of poultryand eggs a spec ialty JP HUTCHISON tf fULL SETTLEMENT This is to certify that J E Murrell agent of the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company y has this day paid the undersigned two thousand dollars the amount of insurance our detested father carried in said company Tht settlement was made as quickly at possible after proof of death was fur niahedrF T A lfuit ELL r i r jiK M J uUi annePaledJuno 1411 tI COMMISSIONERS SALE ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY SAMUEL A EPPERSON ETC Pltff vs BESSIE EPPERSON ETC Defendent J By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1906 in above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the CourtHouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 2nd day of July 1906 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described proper ty towit A certain tract of land located in Adair county KYH on the waters of Russell creek containing 77J acres For more particular discription reference is made to order and judg ment recorded in order Book No 10 page 426 in the Adair Circuit Court Clerks office For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terests from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment H T BAKER MASTER COMMISSIONER 313 Why not make the best of things as they come to us There are certain ones in this town who have been com plaining of hard times ever since we knew them They could not enjoy the last few weeks of a warm winter for fear the fruit buds would start and then be killed They know that crops will be a failure this year There is always something disastrous going to happen It is just as cheap and you are worth more to your family and the town if you will look on the sunny side of life Mr W D King who has just returned from a tour over his territory informs the News that he met gentle man in Casey county who is one of the promoters of the proposed railroad from Danville to Scottsville via Colum bia who stated that fifty head of stock and all necessary tools and men were now at McKinney and that the work would cpmmece as soon as the engineer arrived GREEN RIVER FARM FOR SALE My farm 1 mile south of Little Cake on Green river containing 304 acres 1 mile from church and school Good buildings of all kinds 2 good orchards and is a desirable home Has ample timber for keeping up the farm and 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 farm W L RIGNEY Purdy Ky 264m Mr Rollin Hurt handed us the following copied verbatim from the rec ord in the Adair county clerks office This is to certify that I do author ise the county clerk of Adair county to issue licence to join me and D E Car then in a state matrimoy connubial conjucal affections April 16 1856 MARY M SCRIMAGER Attest John Beebe Joseph E CotheranV GRIFFIN SPRING This noted health resort will be open ed to guests the 20th of June It is the finest sulphur water that flows There is a firstclaw boarding house 250 yards from the Spring Rates 5 00 per week 100 per day Children half price Address R L FAULKNER 286 Ctobur Ky NoticeI Four monuments that 1dt7p can nowbe bought at0 four that sold for t1iowi iak t80 now 65 when Detht8t801d IM- I v v more canbe at li Jh lf Shots4Ith m r 1t r V 1jt PAID LIST a The News Honor Roll Is Your NUK Written There The following are paid subscribers since our last issue S A McKay Paul Waggener C R Hicks T GGoffey V P Jones G T FranklinjLeslieW J D Thomas W C Reed Mason Popplewell Attes Morganf Land Stock and Crop 000 Durham and Anderson bought of P F Squires 20 fat hogs at 5f cents also 4 from T E Waggener at same price- J H Caldwell sold his crop of tobac co to J JHunter at 6 per hunnred Portland Co- r00o CS Bell was here last week buying sheep He bought quite a number pay ing from 2 to 5 per head J M Campbell purchased a work horse from Willie Yarberry for sixty five dollars Wm Parson sold 4 cattle to Cl S Bell for 6850 and 2 horses to a Mr Burton for 75 =Dingo Cor ooo- W T McFariand sold J C Dohoney a nice pair of yearling mules last Tuesday for 200 COMMISSIONERS SALE ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY JANE HARDWICK ETC Plaintiff vs PEARL HOLT ETC Defendent By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render ed at the May Term thereof 1906 inI the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the CourtHouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 2nd day of July 1906- at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described proper ty towitA certain tract of land located in Adair county Ky on the waters of Huddlestons branch of Cro cus Creek containing about 160 acres For complete discription of land see order book No 10 page 417 in Adair Circuit Clerks office For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms H T BAKER M C A C C 313 CANE VALLEY Miss Allie Odewalt of Spurl ington is visiting relatives here this week Miss Vic Hughes of Columbia visited Misses Mary and Fawn Hancock last week Messrs Geo Banks of Dallas Texas and B L Banks ofRich mond will visit their FatherS G Banks during the home cons ing Robt Casey the Bank contract or arrived here last Saturday with his machinery and will burn about 300000 brick After he completes the Bank he will build two business houses for R B WilsonG Hendrickson who has been in business at St Marys for the past two years sold his entire stock of merchandise to Brain Vaughan last week Mr Hendrickson will return to his old home at this place f Alfred the oldest son of Dr tVm sej ilrosd bilfes oE several l v Zi years is at home on the sick list =Mr and Mrs TJ Miller of Campbellsville visited here sev eral days of last week i Mrs Brack Massie of Colum bia visited Mrs J W Sublett last ThursdayrI Miss Jessie Lewis of New Hope a popular teacher was visiting Miss Minnie Ann Eu I banks last Sundayf i Dr C D Moore was visiting hislsister Mrs Amanda Vaughan FridayIMrs Ed Hancock has been quite sick for the past two weeks Mr W H Jones the president of our ginseng association says his seng is the finest he has had for many years He has 35000 yearling plants and 50000 seed for sale this fall Any informa tion you would like in regard to the cultivation of this plant call on him at his enThe Lo oust Hill Ginseng Garden PORTLAND Wheat is ripe arid ready for cutting W C Yates is laying by his crop of corn J S Naylor and wife visited Mr and Mrs T E Waggener last week Mrs Emily Burton has return ed home accompanied by her sister Mrs S D Caldwell Misses Ethyl Wilson Monta Howard and Edith Squires of Greensburg called on Miss Mollie Caldwell Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Frank Cobb vis ited relatives here Saturday night and Sunday Miss Edith Squires and Mollie Caldwell attended childrens day at Cane Valley Sunday Miss Dollie Dohoney visited Mollie Caldwell Sunday night Mrs S D Caldwell has re turned from a weeks visit at Mrs Sam Allens Mr T E Waggener visited Ralph Waggener Saturday night Mr and Mrs R L Davis visited at Dr Bookers Saturday night and SundaySWe are getting the frying chickens ready for the home coming PELLHAM Miss Bertha Smith was shopping in Columbia Thursday Misses Mattie Smity and Nora Todd of Gradyville are visiting friends and relatives here this week Orus Young of Zion was visit ing atiMr Will Squires Satur day night Our miller Mr Loren Bradley was painfully hurt last week While working on the mill he Stepped oiranail and run it in his foot which caused him to be lame for a few days Miss Mary Squires was visiting Miss Julie Penick at Cane Valley Saturday night and Sun r day tt l W E uestetri 4 t 1IISTt J r r c FI THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JUNE 13M9C6 A POPULAR FOOD FLANT What a great discovery the tomato was as an article of food While most food plants are of comparatively ancient orgin there are plenty of people living today who can remember when it was only an ornament cultiva ted for the beauty of its dainty blossoms and handsome fruit While its beauty was admired 1twas considered like the poison ous oak dangerous to handle ex cept by dark complected persons Years of acquaintanceship however wore off its sup erstition and a few foolhardy actually owned up to having tasted the fruit From this small beginning has gradually grown a use that withmakesa combined capital of over thirty millions of dollars which disbur ses millions of dollars to its em ployees each year and aggrega tes an output of forty million cans This product goes into every household in the land and is familiar an article of diet as any other of the staple products of the soil Each year sees an increasing consumption and the more intimate the acquaintance C the greater the use The reason for this is very obI vious There is no better appe tieer and as an article of season ing the tomato imparts a taste that cannot be imitated- It I is so distinctive that its pres ence can be located even inI minute particles yet the pugnen cy has everything that delights the palate and nothing that of fends the nostril The growth of its general pop ularity dates back to the time of the first successful packing housesWhen the use of the tomato as a food was established demand made it necessary to have a cheaper price than the local market gardener could afford and to meet this the tin can as a diminisher of space was called into requisition It was found 1much cheaper propotionately to raise one thousand bushels than ten so by the aid of the tin the cooked product could be placed J on the consumers table at a price so reasonable as to enable its daily use Moreover the ar title put in the can is brought fresh picked from the field hermetically sealed and immediately unIcanneded for hundreds of miles before it I is used for food There is nothing so healthy as this rich ripe fruit dumped out forianyits visits are not welcome and the table of either the millionaire or peasant is alike familiar with its presence As Indian corn it is distinctly of American orgin and proud indeed can we be of both of these excellent food plants Bad Odor A bad odor from a persons breath formsicatarrahbilioumess constipation or a I case of ordinary indigestion Whatever may be the cause there is just one reliable cure and that is Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin It clears t all the impuritiesoutof you body and makes your breath as sweet as the 1June morning Safe pleasant and ef- ectiye Sold by Dr J N Page Co t CanefValley jJ t iJtih to- f11i fir1 i BRAIN LEAKS Saintliness is not surliness Hard sweats means sweet rest The longest life is the one of which the most is made The fool measures yesterdays good time by todays headache The best place to feel for suf fering humanity is in your pock et Satan would willingly contri bute to a church divided against itselfIts a poor fisherman that spends all of his time digging for bait The man who most needs ad vice is generally the most lavish in giving it away The man who is always regret ting yesterday is not making preparation for tomorrow It is an angelic woman who can honestly welceme visitors at housecleaning time The discoverer of the babys first tooth makes Columbus look like the change out of a lead dimeSome people take credit for charity when they give away something that is in the way around the house Falling into debt is as easy as falling out of a balloon Getting out of debt is as difficult as fall ing back into the balloon The best investment a young man can make is the perform ance of deeds in the present that will be the fond memories of the futureEvery time we read a love story in one of the big magazi nes we feel like getting a club and going after people who talk such stilted langurge as the lovers Ct SHEEP NOTES A sheep like clover enriches the ground that grows it Dry soil is one of the first requisites for successful sheep farmingDo feed the sheep too much corn especially the breeding ewes One of the very best feeds for ewes with lambs is oats and wheat bran mixedd Sheep have excellent digestion and hense they utilize feed to the fullest degree Keep the floor of the sheep quarters dry and to this end use plenty of bedding If sheep are not kept constant ly in good condition the quality of the wool is affected It requires regular feeding and steady growth to make good wool or good mutton In fattening lambs orsheePfor market overfeeding is the great and ever present danger r If sheep are keptdry it is good plan to mix alittle sulphur with the salt occasionally Whenever a sheep goes iftitselfitisa sure indication that something is wrong with it Take note of the feeding capa city of the individual sheep and put a black mark against slow Hltameableon01 t y r tJt Jf r j WOODSON LEWIS I Greensburg Ky ONE THOUSAND BUGGIES SURREYS AND BUCKBOARDS FARM WAGONS K Eat Bidder Twine Wets Binders and Mowers Lowest Prices A GREAT BARGAIN I A LETHER trimmed leather IQuarter Top Spring Seat 1000 Mile Axle Buggy with Good Harness for 5000 AND THERE ARE OTHERS i WHEN IN LOUISVILLE GET ACQUAINTED WITH 4 4THE PROGRESSIVE FIRM HUBBUCH BROS Centrally Located 524 526 528 West Market Street WALL PAPER A New Department 4 CARPETS Immense Assortment tRUGS Incomparably Fine Line 1You Are- Welcome at All i Times to Inspect Our Various Lines of Goods W Greatest Courtesy Shown To Visitors Always Call Whether buy or not D W CJ WWW WWW 4F Lebanon Steam Laundry REED MILLER COLUMBIA AGENTS FOR THIS SECTION This one of the Best an most Reliable Landries in the State U Send them your linen the work be promptly and neatly executed g fe fe n t W R Johnson f Prop f LEBANON KENTUCKY t 83600 36oaTO DENVER COLORADO SPRINGS P I AND PUEBLO v And Return from Louisville 1lIR RENERSOi ftOU1F5 Correspondingly low Rates to all other Summer Resforfc i RSJCFOIT IIIFQRMl TIOIIr J H GALLAGHER Travel YPassse er Agent LJ IRWlN 1Pa ngerAgent aL0UIVILLs KY DELLER I3ENNETP a CO J r PACTUJtERSAND WJlOT AI DRAT Dic s FURNITURE CHAIRS 1- 7 r E S l fA NrD MATTRESSES IWKSTJr x8TltEBT DSI Lt1 fMr r dra r a you and will tfr311 eKJ tarF l GOOD CHANCES TODAY In the man who can do things notiIn the young manor woman i who is always ready and able to 1carry a message to Garcia In theworker who takes the i trouble to go to the bottom of everything who is thorough in i small things as well as in large In the youth who consecrates i himself to one unwavering aim In the man or woman who not only has high ideals but is also willing to make sacrifices to live up to them In the one who takes the thorns in his occupation with as good a grace as the roses In the employer who does not measure the quality and quanti ty of his work by the amount of his salary In the young man or woman who is willing to do a little occa sional extra work without pay and without grumbling In the man who no more doubts his success when hewing his way through obstacles than when his road lies smooth before himIn the one who has conquered fear and whose faith in God and confidence in self never waver In the soul who always min imizes difficulties In the man who never looses sight of his goal no matter what difficulties beset him In the worker who brings pow er instead of weakness to his task 4In the man or woman who is working for a noble unselfish Iend greatrpains in the effort to realize his expectationsIn who puts his faith in hard work and sticktoitive ness rather than in luck In the man who sees opportunities to be accurate prompt courteous kind generous true I in everything he does In the man or woman who never gives way to discourage ment who IS always faced toward the sun who acts thinks and lives in expectation of suc cess In the courageous straggler who puts grit determination and will power against his hand icap whatever it may be In every man woman and child not outside of him no-y here or there or elsewhere de Pendent on this circumstance o that but right within himself is the sibilityof a grand suc cess Success Magazine Outwtts TfceSurtfoit A complication of female trouble with catarrh of the stomach and bow- eLrJlAc rediic edl4nThoe S Austin deploreablean operation butler husband earmg fatal remits postponed thw to try Ele= tricBitters and to the amazement of all whoknew her tide medicine com ptet ly cured her Guaranteed care f r- torpid aver kidney dUe e bfliou eaw jaoacbce chills and fey r gMitral deb necrousn s andi loal B ttooic Haad Pricek50c tat T E s Drug store Try itt ta BACKBONE Havent you depended upon clothes upon appearance upcn introductions upon recommenda tions about long enough Havent you leaned about long enough on other things Isnt it about time for you to calla halt to tear off all masks to discard everything you have been leaning on outside of yourself and depend upon your own worthHavent you been in doubt about yourself long enough Havent you had enough unfort unate experiences depending upon superficial artificial outside things to drive you home to the real power in yourself Arent you tired of leaning and borrow ing and depending upon this thing and that thing which have failed you The man who learns to seek power within himself who learns to rely upon himself is never disappointed but he al ways will be disappointed when he depends upon any outside help There is one person in the world that will never fail you if you depend upon him and are honest with him and that is yourselfIt selfreliant man that is in demand everywhere Ex Condition Powders for Poultry The use of pulverizedcayenne pepper or capsicum so often ad vised and resorted to is discour aged by experienced poultry raisers on account of its strong penetrating and almost poisonous nature While it may prove ben eficial for the moment after its influence has been dispelled it leaves the system more enfeebled than at the outset and in its stead the following compound is recom mended Corbonate of iron 1 ounce anise seed 2 powdered ginger 6 mustard 1 table salt 2 sulphur 2 licorice 4 Powdered charcoal 14 These should be powdered and mixed thoroughly making two pounds of good con dition powders and if kept in a tight box will be good for a long time A tablespoonful in ten quarts of soft feed cr in that proportion feed every other day in warm weather or every day in stormy or cold weather will prove of service For growing chicks onehalf of the amount of powders in the same quantity of feed is sufficient A tablespoon ful of the tincture of iron to each gallon of drinking water should be provided in all bad seasons Epitomist w WISE OR OTHERWISE trmon revolvesraround himself I The almighty dollar is the key to many a heart Thick tongues are responsible for a lot of thin ideas No man ever shares the self esteem of his neighbor Use your mind as storehouse but not as a junk shop Itsimpossible to defeat an ig f norant man in an argument Too many piefeather their nest with borrowed plumes Builders of most air catties live next door fat the roof 5 e Va j i 5- r r j h 7 4 l 7 J i or ffyrw a 8 P THE ADAIR COUNTY NiEWS COLUMBIA KY JUNEIS 1906 F rJf B IOUR CORRESPONDENTS I= Iit A BLISS A very fine growing weather t everythingWheat be ready for the binder From indications the blackberry crop will be the heaviest 7r ever seen in this section 1r4 J N S Mercer one of the most MilPtown was at HER Thurmans Thursday looking over his lately bought farm here Wade Eubank of your city was in this part on mechanics business one day recently SSSa E Dent Smith of Danville arid Jo Coffey Jr and Dr C M r Russell of Columbia were in this locality one day of last weel writing insurance A large acreage of tobacco crop was set out in this locality Jand the weather was fine for it Mrs A L Mell of Greenville who has been visiting her mothe Mrs Sue Grissom for the last three weeks will return home on TuesdayG Atkins and wife of Mill town section spent the nigh here last Sunday Mrs W M Wilmore daughter Miss Clara and son Jimmie were here one day last week Mrs Lucy Follis of your city r was visiting here from last Saturday to Monday Miss Nancy Flowers of you city spent several days visiting at S H Mitchells last week Mrs Kate grandbdaughter Miss Cary of your city visited in our midst for several r days of last week Bob Simpson and wife of Elroy were pleasant visitors at the residence of Jas W Patterson one or two days of last weekw Uncle George Flowers of Gradyville paid his old love a r pleasant visithis former home i f placehere Wednesday Miss Lorena Pile and Billie Xing of Columbia attended the services at Union here and then spent the day at Bro WH C Sandidge last Sunday The wound which M L Gris som underwent the operation last 4Febuary has been healing up nicely though slowly Since his return from Louisville infirmary several weeks ago he was down with a very bad case of rheuma tism with which he has altogeth er been suffering very much but at this writing he is on a fair road to recovery Rev W C Clemens one of Columbias able divines preach ed at Union here and spent the day with Bro Sandidge last Sundayr Misses Ethel Stella Annie Itena and Agnes Conover five daughters of one of our rI oua farmers lit and Mrs bt1V v Cooover made an excellent re irifirfr tthc lute examination for tM Ii UJr i fJ i 1 o r f M il result they all got a first class certificate each Further we understand they each have a school in view to teach this fall Miss Vallie Sandidge one of Bliss fair young ladies will teach our district school this fall C M Herriford lately sold his storehouse and stock of merchandise to Mrs R E Tandy at a stipulated price Mr Herriforc for the next forty days running down the stock on hand C M Herriford has been putting out a large acreage of stock peas about forty acres on his farm and also on rented land He understands it as a valuable stock feed as well as the soil ren avator Dr W T Grissom was au thority for the forthcoming statement touching upon a new bank proposition agitated at Milltown While there onelda recently J T Mercer a success ful merchant of that place con fidentially informed him in substance that there was a huge cimney built in vogue those old days and that in was to this good day ina state of perfec preservation at the residence and store house combined belongin to J R Tutt another prosperou merchantAt expense and with a slight change thereabout the inside of the fireplace could easily be converted into a vault of plenty good size into which ar safe of the latest make was to be placed An establishment of the institution was at any rate a possibilityMrs Hurrah and son of Elkhorn were visiting in our neighborhood the past week PELLYTON Mrs Ermine Jeffries and Laughter Almer of Liberty are dsiting relatives at this place Susie Zerbaughs little son Otha who has flux is some better Miss Kate Rubarts is very low- with complicated deseases at this writing Mrs C R Rubarts has the everMr J H Sanders bought of J- C Pelly one young mare for 110 Quite a number are expected to- go from this place to Columbia on the 19th Hobson Co have moved leir hickory machine to Kniefly and will use it there about sixty days and then move it back to this place- We are having so much ram the farmers are getting behind with their work Mr J R Sanders was in Camp last week M A Mothers Devotion ro her children is one of the most butitulthiDga in life When they are iclr the wiee mother who has taken tb ioat study their best interests Prom l gives theme Dr Caldwellg laxatiTe Syrup Pepsin It quickly ftlieY and fever mod can never f 111 111111 v v OWESX ROADS Tarter and White the famoi show men exhibited at Hay school house Wednesday night Crops in this section are look ing tiwreaper Deputy Sheriff U T Selby is making the boys step around Circuit Court opens at Jamestown next Monday The decoration at Moore school house was largely attend ed A monument was erected to the memory of the late T J Win freyMr Lewis Blakely and Miss Effie Chapman were quietly mar ried last Sunday F L Selby is buying quite a number of staves He has already delivered 50000 at the river Miss Nina Montgomery is visiting relatives at Vester Aunt Ibby Bailey of Esto is dangerously ill Mr Charley Coffey received a letter from Hillsboro Texas notifying him of the death of his motherOur blacksmith Milton Had ley will remove to Missouri HUTCHISONS SCHOOL HOUSE Mrs Bettie Hutchison son and daughter of Portis Kans will be here for the hQm Coming Misser Irene and Eunice Spee have returned to their home at Roachville Green county Ky after spending two weeks visiting theist grandfather Willis Hutchison near Cane Valley T Miss Mattie Smith of Grady ville visited the family of Willis Hutchison Thursday night of 1ast week DIRIGO v iVi The recent rains are makinj the corn grow G G Campbell and Hiran Itotts have purchased the sawmill from Dr G A Lacy for 5 They will finish the present set- on Harrodsfork and then move the mill to Cumberland county where they will cut about three hundred thousand feet of lumber for R and J S Young J T Hamilton Nell was here last Saturday- H N Moss Greensburg was here last week looking after hisi timber interest Jim Selby and Venus Royse J G Campbell J G Stotts J G Williams and Landy Stotts were at Amandaville last Tuesday Mr Jake Feese the produce lan was on tour streets last uesdayThe of the late J M Eundley passed off quietly The roperty all sold well corn sold at about 350 per barrel the hogssoldlfor chased the bees at from 150 to 225 per stand- Several of the young folks of his place attended Childrens Day at Glenville last Sunday R L Campbell has been quite ick for the past two weeksbut is 1OIM tier now and it is f bcia lie rni11 be Q tapin soon- S Mrs Susan Estf who hu 1 i kI f u K K m iii fw 4 r c J err rc Gall And See Us tE flyw m iEAND BE CONVINCED THAT iE fir rour Styles are the NEWESTin E wm ri iissortment the LARGEST irIcI Quality the BEST and Prices the wLOWESTI IG w- m = iicCHARNESSSADDLESI IE w ColumbiaK Ky 7Kw ii- I wviviwwirirmi il i wwwlbeen sick for the past twelvemonths died last Wednesda evening She was about 47 years of age and leaves a hus band and two children togethe with a host of relatives and friends to mourn their loss EULOGY ON KENTUCKY We are permitted to publish the following private letter which explains itself Dallas Texas May 29 1906 Hon J R Hindman Columbia Ky My Dear FriendI just received your invitation to be with you people at the Adair Count Home Coming of Kentuckins on the 19th of June next I am not a Kentuckian I do not knox how to spell that word but you will understadd but I am a Tennesseean of the manorbon which is the next door neighbor and have always felt very much at home with my many Kentucky friends and would greatly enjoy mingling with your people on the occasion mentioned and especial ly with you on your native heath and with Mrs Hindman on her native soil and in her adoptee home This I can only do in imagination The Old Kentucky people have been a very prolific tribe Their descendants have been prominent and successful factors in building all of the country west of them They are everywhere and always among he best citizenship of their com nunities and always ready to et everybody know thatthey are rom Kentucky which is allright and is something to be proud of I hadwouldbeen so fortunate as to have Qeen born in Kentucky instead of Ten lessee If all of the native born entuckians with their families were to go home to the Home setKyour fences out and make more oom What a crowd there would be May you have a great iineKindest regards to Mrs Hindr non idourMtli I aY- nt W+ t L s l to Ioj t f j IF YOU WANT O YOUR ORDERS FILLED p Correctly and Quickly p- O send them to us Our unusually large and O J Complete Stock Jtogether with a location convenient to ALL Q depots gives us an othersI easy advantage over all f- QQULHUCHES CO4 t 215217219 E Main St fg LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I The Louisville s Trust I II CompanySouthwest GorneI LOUISVILLE KITi Acts as Executor Administrator Trustee Guardian ssignee etc and as agent and attorney in fact of inexperienced persons and of Etenevofflwt and Religious Institutions and Orders and in fact fills every position of trust that can be held by an individual Rents Safe Deposit Boxes or Drawers intheJlargest and strongest fireproof and burg larproof vaults in the entire South Takes care of silverware and other valuable property in its capacious fireproof storage vaults Pays interest on deposits in is Savings Department and compounds the interest sem annually Takes charge of real estate collects rents pays taxes insurance etc and mekes sale of improved and unimpaoved prperty Acts as agent and attorney for nonresidents Man agement of estates a specialty Acts as Trustee Registar and Transfer Agentfor railroads and other corporations and and as Fiscal Agent for the payment of coupons ttI Depository for Trustees Guardians Executors Administrators and fiduciaries I have just received a Carload of Buggies and a complete line of harness Iwill also have in in a few days A CARLOAD OF DEERING MOWERS Binders Rakes and Twine and a complete line of THE BROWN lULTIVATORS I handle all kinds of GRASS SEED and also the best grade of WHEAT and GORN DRILLS made and I handle many other Farming implements that are not given in this list In fact I can furnish you with most any thingyou want on the Farm- JaH PHELPSJA- MESTOWN KENTUCKY 4 TO BUY OR SELL PROPERTY List it with W T EWING REAL ESTATE AGENCY Harrodsburg Ky No commission until sold If you wish to fill out blank and to this Agency Will isend Laud Trad Review a valuable real es tate paper Ton esrIree to fTtry peraon lilting or infor mete on T EwiNGrRB KarAnAGD RODSBURG KY I want cofttaiainc in to COlt not exc d c n u 11t r1t r 0t c i 1