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III iJ I 9 f J l tI baIt mntlt r t- m u m VOLUME 9 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST Sor 1906 NUMBER 39 DIRECTORY 0 POST OFFICE i J M RUSSELL- PETE POSTMASTER Office hours week CONOVEE days 730 DEPUTYI C URTICIRCUIT COURT Three sessions a yearThIrd Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit JudgeH C Baker Commonwealths AttorneyA A Huddleston Sheriff W B Patteson Circuit ClerkJ F Neat COUNTY COURT First Monday In each month JudgeJunius HancockICounty AttorneyG P Smythe ClerkT R Stult J ailerA W Tarter AssessorG W Pike Surveyor W M McCubbln School Supt Mrs G R Shsltah CoronerC W Rowe CITY COUR- TMayorCapt W W Bradshaw JudgeAttorneyGordon Montgomery MarshaLS C Strange CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN BUBKESVIIJE STREET Rev W C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool at 9 L m every Sabbath PrayermeetinK every Wednesday night METHODIST BURKESVILLE STREETRev A R Kasey pastor Services lt tad and 3rd Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 L m Prayer meeting Thursday nightBAPTIST GREENSBURG STREET pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 a m PrayermeetanK Wednesday night CHRISTIAN CAMPBELLSVILLE PIKE Etd ZT Williams pastor Services second and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 a m prayermeeting Wednesday night a LODGE MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A MRegnlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night onor before the full moon in each mouth Gordon Montgomery W ML E G Atkins Secretary COLUMBIA CHAPTER R Al M No 7 meets Frill av night after full moon SAM LEWIS H P Horace Jeffries Secretary 4 COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month E G ATKINS T L T R STULTS RECORDER 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 GOFF Agent RestaurantK W N Brinton So- nProprietors Pi rJ jj Uncial all FoursDay or NigM- j COMFORTABLE ROOMSt J The trade of Adair and adjoiLing couuties solicited LEBANON KENTUCKY 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 k timber for keeping up the farm and 400 of merchantable timber standing There are 48 acres of bottom land wh more than I ask for the entire farm This is your chance if leu want a pod home andpitofi table farm W Tr RICKEY Pllldjt 264 rrr r J P HANCOCK An Old and Respected Citizen Passes over The River MANY FRIENDS ATTEND THE FUNERAL Last Saturday afternoon thesubject of this writing paid the debt due from all the living Uncle Perry as he was familiarly called was one of the kindest and one of the best citizens of Adair county known to everybody as he had been aI weekly visitor to Columbia since early boyhood To our knowledge he never had trouble with any mana peacemaker by nature he met you with a smiles and in parting gave your hand a warm clasp He was born near where he died March 28 1815 making him 91 years four months and four days old He was a son of William Hancock who served under Washington in the Rev olutionary war- Sixtyfive years ago Uncle Perry confessed his Savior joined the ChristI ian church and lived a consissent memI ber until his death He was three times married His last wife was Miss Elizabeth Cravens who survives him to gether with four children The funeral services were conducted Sunday arternoon by Eld ZT Wil liams many relatives and friends be ing present To the widow and other surviving members of the family we desire to extend our deepest sympathy Complaints reach this office made by residents of Columbia of the filthy condition of the back alleys and other places in town The oder arising from the filth is calculated to bring disease e unless something is done to put Colum bia in a better sanitary condition The health officer has notified the town au thorities through the county papers of this lamentable state of affair yet n steps have been taken so far as w know to heed his notices He has also as we have been informed given notices to property owners to dense their premises and scatter disinfectants D not wait until disease strikes the town then begin the work of cleaning up but do it now in order that the commu nity may retain its good healthy con dition Columbia pays about 2000 taxes and some of that money should be expended in keeping the town free from filth LOGS WANTED We are now located where Hurt Bros did business and are ready to buy logs on our yard Will pay the highest cash price Standard Hard wood Lumber CoW D Frazier an Walker Bryant Managers 39tf Columbia Ky Dr R H Perryman of the portion of the county spent a few days of last week with his Columbia friends He reported that crops were good on Green River and that the farmers were jubilant He also stated that therewas some sickness in his locality but there were no cases of a serious nature The doctor is one of the oldest practitioners in Adair County having f entered the profession 43 years ago MrJo Ellison who lives on Disap pointment is in a critical and most piti ful condition He has a cancer in his mouth and it is said by those who have visited him that his suffering is constant and not a remedy used aleviates the pain Itis futher said that in order to give his family as little trouble as possible that lie spends much of time alone in the woods A cancer is- v z i a terrible affliction and we nevert gee ptnon who has become a Victim JQ dkea er but jf JIll our sympathy i t f irp 2 f f r ty FrV GOOD OUT OF NAZARETH It is not often that Jewels come from Belle county but in conductor M 0 Winfrey Owen county seems to have found a jewel Belle county is one of the most intensely Republican counties in the State Yet what few Democrats live in that mountain fastness are Died in the wool Mr Winfrey who is conducting the Owen County Teach ers Institute is from Belle county He is one of the best educators in the State and would make a splendid Su perindent of schools Bob Ford who lives in Middlesboro says that Mr Winfrey is all right and that is a cer tificate of character in this part of the world Professor Winfrey has render ed valiant services to the school inter ests of Kentucky For several years past he has been the most active educa tional worker in the State and is the first real leader the teachers of this State have produced since the death of Ed Porter Thompson We predict the election of Mr Winfrey at the Novem ber election and the people of Ken tucky and the Democratic party will do good days work when they put him at Ia head of their educational institu tionsOwen County Democrat APPROACHING UNION Mr R Mont Feese to Wed Miss Ella M Flowers Both of Columbia INO CARDSA QUIET HOME AFFAIR This Wednesday eveningat 630 oclock at the residence of the brides father Mr J D Flowers who lives on Greensburg street Mr R Mont Feese a deserving and an industrious young man who is an attachee of this office will be married to Miss Ella M Flow ers one of Cylumbias best and popular young ladies This union will be the yearsosure prise to the intimate friends of the contracting parties The ceremony will be impressively Sandidgeopastor of the bride In advance of the happy event the many friends of the couple desire though the News to extend their best wishes trusting that their days may be long upon the earth and as they go hand in hand down lifes pathway may no obstacles appear to mar the happi ness that plighted hearts enjoy SANDERSMOSS oThe home of Mr J M Campbell in the quiet little village of Pellyton on the waters of Green River was the Saturloc casion was the celebration of the mar riage between Prof Richard RMoss- and Miss Lynnie Sanders When the bridalcouple appeared on the front veranda a large company of friends had gathered in the yard The bride was very pretty in a beautiful dress of white The impressive ritual service of the Methodist Church was s idby Rev A R Kasey of Columbia Immediately following the ceremony a sumptous feast was spread to which more than a hundred guests sat down Mrs Moss is a daughter of Mrs J M Campbell of Pellyton She was aI student in the Lindsay Wilson Train ling School last year and pursued her studies with serious devotion She possesses those graces that give to womanhood its charms Prof Moss is at the head of the Nor mal prtmentin the LindsayWilson and during his three years connection veryJeD as an Alter the honeymoon Prof and Mrs wberettheiwmmthecontiwni his connection Wit tt rit a d tjr L 3h 9 v 7 rfJ L r = C II R i EVERYBODY ATTEND THE WAYNE COUNTY FAIR To Be Held A- tMonticello Ky j September 11121314 1906 see one of the best County Fairs in the State The Management Iand secured KEMP SISTERS WILD WEST SHOW I as a free attraction and prepared a most excellent program You will I see the biggest crowds ever assembled in Wayne CountY also Exhibits IRARELY SEEN AT COUNTY FAIRS = Dont Forget the Dates = = = I NOTICE TO TAX PAYERSI I will this week begin to wind up for S all taxes unpaid for the year 1906 1 have advertised and filled appoint ments in each magisterial District of the County as required bylaw and will now call on you for the last time without a levy No person is to be passed this time with a promisecThis is a matter of business and I pro pose to treat it as Any person suchIjudge about that next time W B PATTESON S A C Aug 6 1906 TEACHERS ASSOCIATION The following is the program iof the Teachers Association to be held at Cane Valley September the 1st 1 Song and prayer 2 Welcome address W H McCaf free 3 ResponseMiss Fannie Smythe i4 AristotleProf Neilson 5 Culture and EducationRue Squires Lena Todd and Estelle Willis m 6 A Teachers LifeW N McCubbin Effie Montgomery Vallie Sandidge NOON 12 to 130 1 Song 2 Three Pointers The Floor The School Resorts The Average for The Last Month Minnie Kemp Albyrtie Farris A 0 Young 3 Sineca and His PedagogyProf A H BallardRECESS 245 to 300 4 Poor and Discouraged Children How to Reach ThemVie Hurrah Hattie Bradshaw Nary Todd 5 Freedom The Fruits of Education Tennie Young Ida Absher Mrs Baliard 6 LuckR R Moss Each subject is open for general dis cussion by the Association R R Moss Chairman MRS GEORGIA SHELTON Pres MRS AH BALLARD VP W H McCAffREE V P Mr Henry Aaron who is selling goods at Denmark Russell County in partnership with his brothers Edward and Allen was in Columbia last Wednesday It will remembered that last May one year ago these young men were burned out and every dollar they had was swept away But with the determination to again get on top they went to Louisville laid their circum stances before the wholesale merchants Their frankness pleased the businessmen of the city and theYwere furnish ed all the goods necessary and again opened their store Honesty is what semen They have enjoyed a fine i trad and they hive about paid out of- of debt Tn irkxw Jrlfire wti 5000 i I 1 r ij t I t S hMr s IDr W R Grissom who accompa n Mrs Charlotte Patterson to Meridian Texas returned home last Friday afternoon He reports that after the first day Mrs Patterson stood the lorg trip well and that he left her in fine spirits She is very much interested in keptIIforwarded to her address Dr Gris som visited several cities in Texas meeting many Kentuckians finding them generally well and getting along nicely At Hillsboro he met Tyler Chandler Scott Walker and others He failed to see Porter Strange who was out of town traveling for the house he represents He further stated that the crops in Texas are better than for many years Miss Margaret Walker of Nell gave a delightful social last Saturday evening in honor of Miss Eva Wilson of Bowling Green All the young people of the neighborhood answered to invi tations The following Columbians were present Mr John L Walker and Miss Bess Rowe Mr Bruce Mont gomery and Miss Kate Watker Mr Herschel Baker this place and Miss Pearl Hindman of Gradyville Mr John Flowers Columbia and Miss Alice Hindman of Missouri Dont squander your money by helping to pay the salary and traveling ex penses of sewing machine agents and then get an inferior machine but come to us and buy a Standard the best sewing machine made for 25 cash We have other good machines at 12 15 and 20 RUSSELL Co 392t In the parlors of the Hancock Hotel last Tuesday night at the midnight h9urn Mr Eldridge Stotts was married to Miss Amanda M Campbell Judge Junius Hancock performed the ceremony The couple live in theBreeding country and immediately after the ceremony let fcr their future home FOR SALEMy farm of 100 acres on Sulpher Creek 3 miles from Columbia About 20 acres of first class bottom and 40 acres of upland in cultivation bal ance in timber Good location plenty of fine water Building only moderate Will sell at a bargain if taken early- L T NEAT 392 Garlin Ky logs to the Standard Hard woodLumberCompany and tthe cash 39tf As an evidence that Columbia is a fine stock town you havft pnly to read the sales made 1utWednedaJpq Ush in the Land Stock and crop column Men fromtmribwii portwne of the cone Ity were aboiiI7000 cfcaaod hand rl l J f y 1ifpi v kZ d ii i i t itJ tti rCOMING CONFERENCE IThe Church of the United Brethren of Kentucky will hold their annual con ference in Columbia this year The meeting will be in October and the ser vices and business will be at the Pres byterian Church It is our understand ing that there are between thirty and forty misisters in the Conference many of them able men Columbia once a year has had the pleasure of hearing a Bishop of this denomination and invariably extraordinary good sermons have been delivered This townTwii take pleasure in entertaining the Con ference Judge Sam Gann who removed from Russell county to Lincoln county last yea Will return to Jamestown this Fall He has purchased the stock of goods from Mrs Belle Patterson and the inventory will be taken the first of October Mr Gann is an experienced merchant having spent many years behind the counter His friends through out Russell county will be glad to learn that he is going to return to his old home We are ready to buy all kinds of merchantable timber in the log on our yard in Columbia The mill will be cutting in a few days Standard Hardwood Lumber Co See W D FRAZIER or WALKEr BRYANT 39tf Notice Four monuments that sold at 75 can now be bought at 60 four that sold for 25 now 20 one that sold at 80 now 65 When these are closed out no more can be had at these prices COAKLEY SIMMS BROS Mrs Polly George who lived near Denmark died last week She was the mother of of Robt George and was about 75 years old She was a victim of a cancer Eld Lawrence Williams will assist his father Eld Z T Williams ina meeting to begin at Cane Valley on Monday night after the fourth Sunday in this month Mr Tim Bradshaw is the most suc cessful grape cultivator in Columbia For a bunch of this delicious fruit grown by him we desire to extend our thanks The three bridges on Butlers branch Camp Creek has been replaced by Josh Butler and a good job the ape proaches well filled with rock and gravel The Columbia Fair Association put its track in first class condition last week Up to date the prospects for an interesting fair wxa never better f The Record brick kept by the laUrr JqJ At1 niwsing Ifrany pfrtea knows where it is tbem f0 toalaai t tofti 32- j 1tj t nAt i f I F 1 jr tTt r f Cf jAIY- t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY AUGUST 8 1906 4THIS YEAR J The Best Ever COLUMBIA FAIR g August 21st Four Days V I EDUCATION AND PROFIT t MUSIC and MIRTH The Columbia 3 gBrass Band 5 aenss music 5- AJ C Emporium of Progress Races Every Days EVERY DAY A GOOD DAY FINE BAND MUSIC LARGEST i BEST FAIR EVER HELD WE AIM TO SURPASS ALL PREVIOUS EXHIBITS 1 THIS IS A Evrybodys Fairy AND WE WANT EVERYBODY 1rTO COME rB Coffey f Jr Pres t C S Harris i Sec ry J tyt tyt a s i WILMORE HOTEL p tFlrstslass Table Good Sample Rooms 1tFed Stable rt Reasonable RatesY J xsy I 0m FjRQ ad w Kentucky wa E liesjtetf q j JiiIf1 + ISTi fi r t l t HAGER r IIOPENS CAMPAIGNe s Vigorously Answers flays at Mt Ster ling MONTGOMERY DEMOCRATS GIVE HIM A WARM WELCOME AND TURN OUT IN FORCE TO HEAR HIM NOTWITHSTANDING IN CLEMENT WEATHER GOOD WORK OF STATE ADMINISTRA TICN PROVEN TO SATISFACTION OF ALL Special to State Journal Mt Sterling Ky July 16 Judge S W Hager opened his campaign for the gov ernorship here this afternoon speaking renreIthe adjoining counties who came in tc hear him notwithstanding the very inclement weather Attorney C D Gruhbs introduced him overIhour He reviewed the good record Ian the present Democratic administration and answered to the fullest sails faction of every Democrat present the and malicious charges made bs Attorney General Hays against the con- ductt of the state government He tool Ii I Judge S W Hager up the attack in detail and decisively and finally proved the vicious and false position taken on each subject by the Attorney General fudge Hager aroused much enthusiasm among his hearers and was also given the heartiest expressions of support- when he had finished The Democratic leaders as well as the rank and gave him the warmest assurances as far as his race for Governor Is con cerned no factional differences will be allowed to maintain in Montgomery He was pledged the united support of the Democrats of the county in his race- After Judge Hager had finished his ad dress Senator J W Newman and R C Crenshaw candidates for Commissionei of Agriculture and Hubert Vreeland candidate for Secretary of State spoke to the crowd Judge Hagers speech was In full ai follows Judge Hagers Address FellowDemocrats The time Is approaching when the Democracy of Ken tucky is to make quadrennial choice ol Its standard bearers for the several state offices for the election of 1007 and for the selection of a United States Senator and that Democracy which has never faltered in its devotion can be I relied upon at this time as in formei years to display wisdom in Its choice The events transpiring in recent years yea of disclosed before an reocentmonthsand reveal the existence of corruption in almost every department of government as well In s the industrial centers of our country growing out of Republican rule and Republican policies and give cause for the abiding hope of the democracy of th country for the success of the Dejno cratic party and its principles not onl in the several state elections intervening between this time and the presidential election but also that there will be ele vated to the chief magistracy of oui nation in November 190 that idol of the people that magnetic and peerless lead er that true citizen wise statesman an noble patriot William Jennings Bryan Bryan For President in 1908 The time is ripe for the Democracy In verysignof the times there Is luminous promise everywhere andlnevery state the party is full of enthusiastic hope We have been living as i w reat the outer faUsbf the city o promise but signsfrll the election of 1SOS will sound e knel of Republicanism herald the triumph 01 Democracy arid proclaim Jjo the tforlc gthe victory of the people over tw lju of Corpora agre- extorte ri- o tip 1jr sandA t David that slay this giant will be b unanimous choice of the Democrats partytour own beloved Bryan When that shall transpire and that will is just as sure as that nn awak lit people are solicitous for their well we will enter the gates of the city alllwaysit will be moderate It is the party of the people its battles are the peoJJleI battles It has survived thv fortunes 01 princes and of monarchs It has knowr Its defeats and has had is triumphs but in victory or defeat it has always been the same the enemy of the poli 1nlsionous it has arisen fresh and vigorous tr offer battle in behalf of the people as against corporate usurpation and hat never faltered even at the last ditch Like all good things it cannot perish It may for a time be subdued and rest in the shadows but when the battle crj of the great common people is sounder it rallies to theIr standard hanIcessive defeats in our national elections The Whigs Know Nothings and al other parties suffering a few defeats disintegrated became as a dream cute passed into oblivion leaving only as u rracesIBut the Democratic pnrty as strong in it i integrity and as vigorous as in Us greatest triumphs still lives the pillar of tilE peoples hope and stalwart defender ol their rights It lives and will continue chamlPIonform of government And why has this great party survived the disasters of the past Be prlnciplcsofbecause espouses the cause of people and not a special few hcausEI it believes in the constitution as almost a divine instrument and favors following it because it is opposed to the high pro teclive tariff that robs the consumer tc enrich the producer because in line it i5 builded on those lofty principles embodied in the first inaugural of Jefferson the great founder of our party anti constituting our party creed from that time to the present Platform of Jefferson UA better platform has never been de wised the touchstone of which is eijua and exact justice to all men and bless ings of government secured by restraining men from injuring one another leaving them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits and not taking from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned Such was the party of Jefferson sucl the party of Jackson and such is it ir hoaryIsun rose in old Virginia and shed its splendor upon its infancy This historic party of the people le rich In having as its fearless faithfu and conscientious advocate the peerless William Jennings Bryan not of Ne braska but of the United States at large whom prophecy has named our next PresidentMisappropriation of Trust Funds The world stands appalled at the startling disclosures of the corruption exposed by the investigation of insurance companies whose officers out of the trust funds that had been placed In their hands for the protection of widows and orphans contributed to the National Re publican Committee stupendous sums in return for which they were to receive governmental favor and protection and such legislation as they might require regardless of the rights of the citizens of these United States When confront ed with their turpitude they not only attemptedc byIIRepublican Party Compromises With Crime RepubIUcconfided to it of a sound and economical government for the benefit of all the people it has delegated its governmental powers to corporations and entered Into a combine with them in consideration of these corrupt contributions made to promote its success With the Democratic party there Is no compromise with crime r Its policies are grounded on higher loftier and nobler principles Even the Republican President at Washington has become a disciple of Democratic policies that In 1906 and 1100 were denounced d throughout the land as heresies or as the dreams of a visionary and Is foury advocating and promoting the things Bryan has stood for these past ten year Kentuckys Part in Battles Now my friends what part has our beloved Kentucky played in the preser vatior and perpetuation of Democratic principles and Democratic beliefs and the principles and Democratic success With the exception of 1S06 when the party was disrupted and torn asunder by reason of canewhen the Republican party had exacted stupendouE S itcs Kentucky has always cast her lec- tor l vote for the Democratic candidates In 1903when those composing the present state administration were candidates btta majority of 27000 the largest majority thathadt een given any candidate in Kentucky in almost a Quarter ota cen t tury Again in 1904 a presidential year when every state that had ever cast its vote for a Republican candidate And every state that was considered doubtful cast its electoral vote for Mr Roosevelt the Republican candidate for President old Kentticlcy standing lstbe bulwark of Democracy true to her fti1thand her traditions ioyar in Tier devotion to DC m6cracy fnmoyed by the siren Viand d 5 castrY l vote thet- r t ledi3 i i t i iJ II l t w tl byIAnd why has Kentucky theishe remain steadfast and unmovable Because of her loyalty to Demo cratic teachings and per faith in the adIto Kentucky an honest faithful and economic management of public affairs and has in all things done the right as has been given them to see the right Kentucky Out of Debt When it was my honor to assume the responsibility of a member of the state administration Kentucky had a bonded debt of one million dollars hanging over her and a tax rate of 52 cents on the one hundred dollars Since then the bonded debt has been wiped out the school term has been increased to six months an annual appropriation of J15 000 has been paid to the State College 15000 a year is being paid to the Chil- drens Home Society whose work is applauded in every beneficentI this commonwealth 75000 has KenItuck thEIasylums and penitentiaries a home at the cost of 57600 has been established for the maintenance and support of the poor and unfortunate veteran of the lost cause who had the manhood and the courage to face even death in defense of what he thought was right All this has been done with the tax rate reduced to 50 cents and today your state occupies before the world that most enviable position of a state absolutely free from debt or obligation Few if any in ali the sisterhood of states can toast of such a splendid financial condition New Capitol ICIA capitol that will cost 1250000 is now under construction and will be completed before the expiration of the term of the present state administration In mechanicalIIwealth Wave after wave may roll by sweeping in its resistless course generations from the face of the earth yet will this magnificent building stand as af monument to the fidelity with which the Commissioners have discharged the trust committed to them No Increase in Tax Rate This will be done without increase of the present rate of taxation and when the capitol is completed the tax rate may be reduced As a member of that administration Iam proud of its record Iam proud of the material de velopment I am proud of the confidence that has been reposed in it and that the unbounded resources of our mount ains and hills have become a fruitful field for the investment x f capital and timiditylshown servative policies of that party the busy hum of industry lends its music to the ear School Per Capita I am proud also that the present ad ministration is to pay this year the largest sum in amount and per capita ever paid in support of the common schools of the state and that while great honor Is arrogated and claimed by Pres ident Roosevelt for regulation of Inter state railroad rates equal or greater honor may be claimed for our state exec utive and officials for exerting the full power of the law of the state to secure to the people of Kentucky just and reasonable rates and impartial service from the railroads within principles fail alike to the railroads and the people Account of Stewardship Now my fellowcitizens for six and onehalf years I have occupied the posi tion of a public servant four years as Treasurer and two and onehalf years as Auditor By virtue of these offices I have been a member of the Board of Valua tion and Assessment As Auditor I am chairman of the board The duty of this board is to assess all corporate interests I have always sought without fear or favor to require all such Interests to bear their just and due proportion of the burden of taxation and have put forth an earnest effort to compel the corpora tions to come up to the full requirements of the revenue laws and to place all in terests on an equal rooting In the matter of taxation The values of corporate franchises have been materially increased during my tenure in office and this has been accomplished without undue op comIcan accom plishing these results it has always been my endeavor to so administer the responsibilities of this office as to encourage and Invite capital to invest in this state and I am pleased to note a most gratifying increase in foreign capi tal which Is seeking and Invests ment here Should I receive the nomination and be exerted to the office toI which I aspire my attitude will continue the same and as far as lies in my power I will see that the laws of the commonwealth are impartially enforced without fear of favor so that the prime objects of government are attained in securing to all the people of the state the rights of life liberty property and the pursuit of happiness Manner of Campaign It is my purpose to conduct this cam withaldignityambition leads me tc aspire No word of invective or abuse shall characterize any utterances of mine contest is ended I want the ylctorwhethI erlt be myself or my opponent to have the support of a united Democracy there by assuring ultimate triumph over the common enemy This Jg a contest for supremacy with in the Democratic household and I would not indulge the Character of campaign Tit would likely result in the accumu laiiprifpf campaign material to be u f jiied byvtheftwaWlcaii in ti t jl wjrto i5ti n i ofdry Gen Hays Complaint My opponent Mr Hays in his open ing speech at New Castle drew a gen eral indictment against the Democratic administration which in excess of irony he terms a machine There are only two charges In his indictment that the statute of limitation has not run against Ever charge except the one termed Architect fees and the one termed Salary rebates Is made against the administration whose term closed on the first Monday in Jan uary when the present administra tion of which Mr Hays is a member assumed control of the affairs of the state In 1903 the nominations for state officers were made In a primary election no principles or policies being enunciated In a platform The manner in which the affairs of the state were being conduct ed by the Democratic administration was promulgated as the platform upon which the campaign of fjyp was based and every speaker from every platform extolled In language of burning eloquence the wisdom conservatism and economy that marked the leading haraeteristics of that administration TJstu1 that plea and upon that platform Mr Hays and the rest of us were elected by the largest majority received by a state ticket for nearly a quarter of a century Urn Hays equally with other officials constituting the present state adminis tration was elected to administer the af fairs of the state with a double responsi bility not only to the Democrats of Kentucky whose representatives they be came but to all the people of the state For myself I have intepreted that commission from party and people to do rather than shunning or not doing and standing by for the purpose of criticizing It is a trite saying that it is much easier to be critical than to be correct While not claiming for myself or associates in fallibility in acts I do claim for them and myself that in all administrative duties we have brought to their discharge the very best judgment of which we were capable and have discharged these duties with an ere single to the best interests of the taxpaying public anu to the glory and renown of the state w hose agents we are Its a fair com ment on his speech to say that in ac cusing others who have with as single minded purpose Us he can claim endeavored to serve the state he lamely attempts to excuse himself These criticisms are mainly directed to the several heads of public printing architects fees increase of tax and ox pendituresWith our indulgence I will briefly note the criticisms in the order in which he has seen proper to speak ot them Public Printing Under the law of the state public printing is let to the lowest bidder in four separate and distinct classes Bids are received upon different classes and the question to be first determined by the Printing Commission as determining the compensation to be paid Is as to the class to which the particular printing belongs In the Teachers Registers and Trustee Record Books a question arose as to which class that character of work belonged It was fully discussed before the board and afterwards referred to the Hon Clifton Pratt the then Attorney General of Kentucky then and always regarded as a conscientious and ableilawyer and it was determined by as a matter of legal construction as well as by the board that said class of work belonged to the second class and the work so classified was paid for under the contract at the contract prices no more and no less This whale question was considered by an invesnfciuing committee appoint ed by the Senate of Kentucky which after hearing all the evidence made re port completely exonerating members of the board of any unlawful or improper act fixing the blame upon the terms oC the law and not in Its administration by members of the board Senate Journal 1501 P 1215 etc And again whether the work wash first or second class was the question presented in suit filed by Gen Hays in the Fiscal Court of the state That court decided as Attorney General Pratt and the members of the board had previously decided that the work in question be longed to the second class If Gen Hays is sincere in his crit icism that the taxpaying public has been outraged in the particulars stated by him it is open to him to carry this law question to the Court of Appeals which as I am advised he has not done May I venture a laymans opinion that the people have constituted the courts as final arbitrators In matters of legal controversies and that he would better try his case before that high tribunal be fore venturing criticism of the acts and motives of his fellowmembers State Capitol and Architects Fees I have already referred to the work of the commission in providing a plan and material that will result in Ken tucky having a capitol building worthy of the best aspirations of her people As I read Gen Hays criticism it is that the Capitol Commission Is to be cen sured because it did not accept the plans of E E Myers of Detroit Mich at cost of 16000 promising a completion of a capitol at 825000 Forty or more arch itects were In competition Mr Myers was nester before the board Even Gen Hays did not vote for his plans and what a capitol built upon the plans of Mr Myers would have proved to be of conjectureIdignity to any gentleman of the state or countryand entitled to the very best result in the matter of constructing Its Autlestotain a handmedown suit but to get in construction material and finish a good fit meaning a result that would be fitting In fair open competition Mr Andrews whose work is attested as to efficiency in the magnificent new hotel i lately constructed at Louisville and one in process of construction at Cincinnati and whose reputation Is of the very best was selected The fees to be paid for supervision are less than those prescribedi by the American Association tests and whatever the cost of the butTdO ing are limited to thousand dolVl JLaia and the papment of this iuMIf J arded btfovlsIoRoftb eoti tract J e only upon cdWBti6n i f l I TI T i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY AUGUST 8ft1906 I Fine Berkshire Hogs II r a 11 WE HAVE SELECTED great care and now own of the finest herds of Berkshires ever brought to this county They come di from fam BILTMORE STRAIN The leader of this herd LOYAL SNAP V 89242 is boar of fine individuality 12 months old and is in the AMERICAN BERKSHIRE ASSN Ill Terms of season 100 at the gate or 150 due when pigs are farrowed We have several nice gilts which we will offer for sale in few weeks We are located one mile from Columbia on Stanford road IUarris Columbia ERNEST HARRIS I CARRY ALL HEIGHTS IN STOCK Dehler Brothers cn ugh 1 A irdJj 116 L Market St Louisville Send for Catalogue WITHI one Vanderbilts IIrect a registered Springfield a Bros as r I l 1i1e o i t = =rr wrorr rtsin WJCt STANDARD STVISi HADE IK SIX HEIGHTS I Buggies sl s ti fi t Wheat Drills Winter Oats 4it All Kinds of Seed For SaleI JoPHEiP59 Jamestown K entLlcky J WX g = o r= a J Ji t r I b rI1 S 1fO t eIIi i 71 7 i Chas F Gans Bro Props J rr W Market St I f tx f1f iflOy d and PI r I y t1ft louisville Kentuc3- s t t i 1l f fSl RATES 100 Per Day li IJ jf iI Ffr f 1 f V olute satisfaction gaarantecd I W j iJ Special rates to oardets t03 toSi lJFiiK nr = + F The louisv Truste- st 1 cJOll jll Corns Company Filth and Market I LOUISVILLE KY Organized uuder a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Administrator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every position of trust that can be held by an individualI It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FURNITURE CHAIRS e J AND MATTRESSES v j L h r fiT FIFTH MAIN AND STREET SIXTH iJii ieKy 1 i i X b1 y4 Hager Opens Campaigni Continued from 2d Page of the building I admit it to be possible that the hoard could have hired a cheap architect and that a capitol building could have been erected out of material and con structed in a manner that would have materially reduced its cost In this act and in all past acts I have had steadily in view the cardinal doctrine of Democracy of economy itv public expenditures but I do not he lieve true economy to be synonymous with either stinginess or meanness and claim that true economy was observed in getting the best construction under the best available superintendence Increase of Taxation The statement that there has been increase in the amount of revenue col lected Is of course true Gen Hays Is goingbackincome and expenditure to serve as con tract for like expenditures in 1905 The state as individual citizen of the state has from natural causes experienced In crease of expenditures It would be a new doctrine for a parent to deny In crease of obligation to provide expense for a family of increasing size It is not out of the way to say that the popula tion of the state has Increased more than 10 per cent in the time mentioned and that the cost of everything the state creased as consumer must buy has greatly in As Auditor I recognize the obliga tions and duties incumbent upon the office in auditing claims and making cor rect account of income and expenditure The legislative department imme diately representing the people fixes both the amount and sources of tax in come and how it shall be expended Extraordinary expenditures during my term of office by special appropriations of the Legislature have been 75000 to the Worlds Fair at St Louis 15000 an rually to the State College at Lexington 15000 to the Childrens Home Society 15000 to the State Fair 557600 to the Confederate Home and by increasing the school term from five to six months as appropriaIthey were made in obedience to law I hereby undertake to vindicate the wisdom of each and every one of these spe cial appropriations andadditional expense HaysIIs Gen Hays willing to affirm a just orIIprofsources at the great Worlds Pair in obe dience to the almost unanimous demand of every business interest of the state theIsum andItheappropriation CollegeI the added cost for increasing the school term from five six months is a pro irate waste of tire money of the people Will he affirm that valid objection ex ists against Tie appropriation made far j the Home of the Confederate Veterans chha1ryotJmaking the appropriation who though Federal soldiers voted for and favored cfIj to those luroos whose age has been overtaken l y disease or poverty and for whose comfort It is an honor to the state to provide I lam persuaded that generous Ken 4uckiaiis will not listen with patience to a voice that is tHrected against bcnefac tions to the pki soldier or enlarged con tribtuione to further the education of the younjr people of the state 1 Other appropriations made have been to the itl frt penitentiary inlfXX 0iI Frankfort rKnlTntiary in Iii 15J4 l1JirlIt1 its MIFor atfrn Aayjum if IfKl i5h nain the nun of li2SL her 4orore nc itJOTied bF inc Contrasting cxperirtiturr ndor feel theie heads of pauper idj imijSH plosecuttoes and schools i f dna ilOOi the following results ajPauper idiots 1806 4 82M Pauper idiots 1305 i 1HAn Increase in thlfe itemf praciiofrlly 100 per centjIn 1SSS for crtyninfti wrosecutioUS227 fl J1InOf the total Increase of expenditures under these three heads in the sum of 317S7C more than 50 peiv centor1S1 024 is increase in the amounts paid the schools Is Gen Hays willing to go on record as opposed to necessary appropriations for public institutions of the state ex tension of appropriation for public schools or prepared tp censure or hold the Auditor censurable for the augment ed cost of keeping pauper idiots or con ducting criminal prosecutions or as hold ing the administration of which he is a member censurable or responsible that the cost is not loss I am second to none in adherence to the principle that public office is a public trust and that money taken from the pockets of the people for the administration of the affairs of government is a trust sacred in Its nature and not a dollar should be expended except in obedience to law and that strict economy should be observed in public expenditure I welcome every reform in administrative methods that will reduce the cost of government to the people but recog jilze at the same time that the affairs of a great and growing state must of necessity entail large expenditures of money That these sums shall be carefully and not unnecessarily expended should be the chief concern of the servants of the people in legislative and ad ministrative offices and this Is the just measure of their responsibility to the peopleWith reference to attorneys tees of which Gen Hays speaks lest the burden of his complaint might seem directed to the administration of the l1Iotmy oftl elhave only this to say that since coming into office as Auditor I have paid attorneys rfil on contracts in the amouai 0f Th1 All othr h tirD7D f1if + i Ji fryr r ttf 4 fr ii J t t 1 rr or paw have been on vouchers made either by the present Attorney General or Governor or in pursuance of express contracts made by my predecessor in of fice The attorneys fees of which he speaks arose out of transactions prior to the time I became Auditor I have no direct personal knowledge in regard to them but am satisfied that the serv ices charged for were rendered and amounts asked reasonable else my de ceased predecessor would not have al lowed them Salary Rebates This was also a subject of legisla live inquiry The committee after hear ing all the evidence made a report ex onerating me from any blame using the following language It was shown to us by undenied statements that the Auditor knew nothing about either the agreement made between Salmon and sendingb50that formerly held the position Gen Hays is in error insofar as he claims there has been an increase of cost to the state in running this department The department for a number of years expended more money for clerk hire than has been used during my present term as Auditor Heretofore when extra clerks were needed it was paid out of the department funds and charged as ex tra clerk hire but the present commis sioner having some doubt as to the legality of this procedure asked for an appropriation of 1500 and received it At no time however was this amount used 500 each year being turned into the state treasury The legislative re port upon this subject Is as follows Our attention was next directed to the Insurance Department We found that depart ment managed as in our opinion it should be managed that there was no more help in that department than was necessary and that the salaries were reasonable and just It has boon said that I have been In office long enough and should make way for other deserving aspirants Iam not here to dispute with anyone the worthinessor fitness of any cajidl date who n nirosto the office on wnich my ambitions are fixed There can be no question raised that in this state famed throughout its history for its able men there are many Democrats worthy and deserving who would fill with honor to the state and distinction to themselves the executive chair Eight years service as a public servant is a brief span and the experience derived during those years would enable me the better to meet the exacting obligations the chief executive is calling upon to assume As to whether or not I have honestly consciously and faithfully dis charged my duty as an official my rec ord will disclose As a servant of my party I have always stood ready to obey its commands In 1J01 at the request of every Democratic nominee the State Central Committee selected me as chair man of the Campaign Committee to di rect the campaign that year the result of which was the very satisfactory majority of 27000 for Gov Beckham and his associates upon the ticket Again in 1HM I was chosen to manage the state campaign and the result was as I have stated to you before a Democratic ma jority of 12000 In making these statements I do not wish to be understood as arrogating to victoryrorcorps of helpers than I had in my associates and in the 2000 loyal efficient anil tireless precinct committeemen who iUdgdkine in those contests- DamocratjcPpesrs papersthrnughoitsible to give too much credit for their ehtjernl and hearty cooperation and campaignstfuirst sure of glory and honor to whicji they are entitled for their part in thd narrys triumphs Whatever ill l racy introattended the great party which I Owe and paysa most loyal fealty I have never faltered in my devotion to its in tene Uvijnji principles ad have nt all titers strtietsta overcome tile calamities thaci h ebefalJonitand to promote thesuccess and trI ml t of Democracy I 1akepaluonabJe1 r fe in the rapid strides comP1ecJaland KcnLt ends bf earth as one of the wealthiest and roust progressive of the sisterhood urtta1dishalt be loadtrl into the tint of coTcrp rce the vvealth of our Slate wIn then l e ap placelt most Rer public Not only are we fortunate in toe o scn of limitless wealth vlth r5teemlands where the blue grass wjvvetlj fairore have a soil rich and fertile and cspe husbandryCoably devoted 1Va have a noblea generous and hos citizenship whose tender and un tinted hospitality has made for us a reputation abroad as the best of Gods people and OUt homes have under the generous impulses of human sympathy and cordiality become the temple of worship for the truly great and noble In the past her gallant soldiers ana pion eers carved out of the trackless wilder ness an earthly paradise for the dwell ing place of Gods richly anointed and the graves of these illustrious dead are upon a thousand hills consecrated wit nesses to our claim of brave men from pioneer days to the present IIntiful daughters in whatever function they have been called to participate where the fairest of the fair vied in good natured competition the justice of our claim to have the most beautiful women has been gloriously vindicated When we reflect upon the greatness df our glorious State Its proud citizen ship composed of brave men and fair women the grandeur of her scenery the wealth of her resources the goner osity and hospitality of her people the partial favor of Almighty God in smil Ing upon her soil and the honorable history marking her progress and career as an Independent State Is Ita matter of wonder that it should be the ambition of any man to become its Governor and be closely Identified with its history and progress Thrilled as every Kentuckian must be in recounting the glories of her past and in the consciousness of as great glory in the present we may pause to picture to ourselves the Inviting condi tions immediately before us With three millions of people under laws Justly ad ministered so that crime shall be restrained and punishedwith no more taxes levied than is necessary to an economical and efficient administration of the law with cordial relations established between wealth and labor and the rights ofcfesafe guarded with c rtaU- iivicuUuratt ooiwwrcial xMt i i itt itft Jr 1ta IJitfiLe 1 ii f 4rl3lYt l ra t rr 7 industrial wealth with the Impencllnc tenfold increase of the mineral resources of this great State and multiplied means of transportation thereof to the waiting markets of the country Kentucky is soon to take her rightful leadership in material and commercial progress This enumeration of merely material re sources leaves out of view the greater glory that shall come to the young men and women of the State awaiting inJ creased opportunities for education and improvement The rallying cry In mar shalling this force is that in the dawn of the Twentieth Century It Is better that children should be unborn than un taught t and that with the education which from the abundance of her re sources the State can provide that it shall be the concern of all the people and the highest commission of the Demo cratic party to educate elevate and im prove our entire citizenship until it shall be wholly composed of law abiding God fearing men and women who shall make radiantly glorious the great State which the Lord our God gave unto our fathers from whom we have received it in trust that it may be improved in its transmis sion to our children and the children of lourchildrenMy Democrats I believe that our party Is equal to present and future responsibilities involved in directing the affairs of this great State Distrustful- of my ability yet offering all that I have I am before youas a candidate for Governor Not I beg you to believe as the candidate of any man or set of men or of any clique or machine but as one who having rendered his party and the State the most faithful and devoted service in his power comes before the people with a pledge to serve the Inter ests of the State and all the people should success crown his ambition to be your Governor I therefore ask your earnest consideration of my canvass and the expression of your free and inde pendent support in the coming primary at which it will become your privilege and your duty to choose your standard electrender I shall cheerfully accept it as the will of my party and will exercise all the energies of my being to Insure the triumph of the ticket that you in your sovereign wisdom may choose to nom- Inate Stop Babies Tears Ninty per cent of babies troubles are caused by disordered stomach or bow els They can all be quickly cured by a few doses of that great digestive med icine Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It digests curded milk sweet ens the breath reduces fever and re lieves pain Absolutely harmless to mother or child Sure relief in teeth Collumbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails OF ALL S EAST FORK On the 10th of July death en tered the of Chess Casadjr and robbed it of its Jewel The little month old baby boy took violently ill on the 23rd of June and suffered- great agony for more than two weeks although was done that a loving mother and and friends could do to relieve him At noon the 10th day of July his bright spirit took flight to a better world andIpossessed rare beauty and bore his with great patience and meekness The bereaved parents two sis ters and one little brother can truly sayA one from our midst has gone That voice we loved is still A place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled The bereaved family has the sympathy of the entire neighbor hood A NEAR RELATIVE Hints To Houseworkers Nothing is more important to5 the hardworking housekeeper than to keep her liver properly working otherwise that pale sallow look and tired feeling will make her look and feel as sick as a dog Nothing will keep you up to the markwithout injurious stimulation so well as Dr Caldwells Sprup Pepsin It is a pure liver tonica cure for Constipation Biliousness and Indigestion Sold by Dr J N Page of Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails IOIOI02 g WHEN IN LOUISVILLE GET ACQUAINTED WITH tTHE PROGRESSIVE FIRMu r HUBtJCH BROS- t Centrally Located Iw A 524 = 526M 528 West Market Street itjr WALL PAPER A New Deprtttieiit i CARPET Bnmense Assortment vIRUGS Incomparably Fine Line A t W 1 ou nre iesrf Welcome at Aftri4 r CSjwirlesv Shown TImcst inspect Our CT i Visitors Always Various Line of joods Call VHcther you buy or nut t if 8 fIIV 1 C 2 j 0 dv Wr w Wr v 0 t i fifth Ivenue Hotel t PiKEGAMPBELLMGR l Refurnished Redecorated and Re 1modled A Firstclass Hotel at Popu Jar Prices Convenient to Wholesale tand Retail Districts Churches i f Theaters u andI I FIFTH AVENUE t a FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS v t Louisville Kentucky M fi I FRANK CORCORAN t HIGHGRADE MARBLE AND GRANITE t4 CEMETERY WORK KIND ADJOINING COUNTIES SOLICITED home brightest twentytwo everything suffering laxative TRADE FROM ADAIR AND e4 SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY AAz I r LeianonKy l +izr i l r t kLt fRhiR r adv I irr r j = PU p H THEADAIR COUNTYNS COLUMBL4 KY J AUGUST 8 1906 n 1he dait Q1ouutg lUS Published Every Wednesday BY THE AdairCounty NewsCompany INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Poatoffice as second class mail matter WED AUGUST 8 1906 The Subcommittee has figured that the cost of the Democratic State primary will be 40000 The entrance fee of the candida tes for United States Senator is fixed at 4000 each there being two candidates There are two announced candidates for Gov ernor and they will have to pay 3000 each For the minor of flees the assessment is from 2 500 to 4000 This paper was op posed to the calling of a primary and gave its reasons for its opin ion some time ago We believe that as much fraud can be perpetrated in primary as in a con vention and a convention does not break a candidate to go be fore it Of all the aspirants announced andunanounced including the eligibles for Governor it appears that Adair county Democrats had rather vote for Hon Ollie Jame- than for any other man in the State Neither Mr Hager no Mr Hays seem to be ideal with many since one is regarded as a powerful wheel in the machin- and the other too severe a critic The fact is that Mr James is the only man that measures up to the full satisfaction and should he enter the race would make a clean sweep in this part of the State Democrats are begining toI make up their minds and give ex pression as to their choice in the large list of entries now in th field for Democratic honors The contests for Governor and Sena tors over shadows all others and in both instances it is a hard pro position for many to determirn- who should be placed on the tick et Ate this time it would be S mere guess work to to put any man in the lead Allen Mathis a negro brute who assaulted Miss Ethel Mc Llean a white girl and the tele phone operator at Mayfield was given quick justice last Wednes day He was tried convictei- r i andexecuted in less than one hour He confessed his guilt t W M Brown married Miss pi Bettie Perry of Bessemer City N C In one hour after the cere mony John M Kincaid shot an killed the bridegroom shooting him five times Under promise of marriage Brown had ruined Kincaids sister q It is Predictedthat Wm Hear will be the Democratic nominr- ti for Governor of New York v f1 have 41 acres of beautiful lands LindgayrWileonTrawngh091 tlwt will tin t whole or in part Location unexcfll all4lya on or ftddreu tJrllL iJNaw r Coluinbia K- p n i f r r t f t ir Yi f r tf J r 5av ti r Land Stock and Crop ooo John S McFarland sold last Saturday- to Wm Vanhoy one pair of mules for 315 0 0 0 Mr C H Yates sold Smith NellO one cow for 2750 G T Flowers sold the same firm one cow for 32 D C Wheeler sold the same firm one heifer for 2800 Jo Moore sold C H Yates one milch cow for 2500 000 Pedigo and Rodgers bought six here Monday at an average of 165 per headI000 Mr N M Hambrick of Scott county bought eight mules from different parties county court at an average 175 per head He pyid Smith Nell 22 for one 000 W T McFarland bought 2 acres o land from J F Triplett for 250 The land is all in orchard and joins Mr Mc Farlands property on the Greensburg street just outside of the corporate limits of Columbia 000 H T Baker Master Commissioner sold the following property at the Court House door Monday 6 tracts of land belonging to Columbia Stave company to various parties for 1905 Machinery belonging to Stave Co for 13925 The J J Epperson farm 139 acres to Lucian Moore for 2000 The 2nd trac belonging to the late J J Epperson 107 acres to Virgil Epperson 146000 The Holt farm 160 acres to Jas T Page 451 The Samuel Epperson farm 77i acres to S A Epperson S600 000 Henry Hudson has sold his onethird interest in the Fair Grounds to J H Young for 800 000sM Burton sold a mare to James Redman for 105 ro00H C E ttimwas in Danville last week with eighty head of good cattle Cumberlandecounty ooo Phil E Aaron of Denmarksold Young Smith a mare mule last Wed nesday for 155 000 Walker Bryant purchased last week of Lucian Moore the farm near town which was owned by Wm Conover during his lifetime for 3550 This is very desirable property 000e of mules by Lazrus Altcheler Co Wednes day reported in another item they bought one from J E Burton for 110 Burton also bought one mule for 7500 oeCIBrummuttfrom J N Coffey for 130I000 Henry Hudson bought hogs from the following parties 41 from BF Leach 9 from Barnes Bros W Bloyed 3 Mrs Sarah Miller 4 A B Cox 1 E G Shaw 1 Cora Kelsey 1 John Cab bell 17 N D Kelsay 18T P Dunbar Adair Montgomery 5 Elbert Webb 2 boughtdHe sold the entire bunch of hogs 119 to Deering Hardesty of Campbells ville 000 The total number of mules sold by Coffey Young to Lazrus Co11 Thed000 MrT W Knifley was in town last Wednesday and sold a pair of mules to Lazrus Altcheler Co for 45000 They weighed 1185 ponnds each an stwere both mares 7 years ldThis i oeem lies in this section for several years 000 Lazrus Altcheler Co thee well known stock dealers of Horse Gaye were in Columbia last Wednesday and purchased mules from the parties r fromiW one fromL 8 Weat X125 two from IS th32tJro 1r r from A A Bell 290 one from Mont Montgomery 6000 one from H A Murrell 8000 one from Tilden Wheeler 105 two from Marion Belton 225 one from Willie Yarberry 5500 four from Charley Herriford 560 six of Coffey Young 740 Other sales were made as follows Campbell Bros Creelsboro sold two to Massie Robertson 240 The same firm bought two from Smith Nell 230 Charley Herriford sold John R Johnson two for 240 He also sold Dick Tandy two a q 280 There were a few other sales pricesswe to get The amount of many known to have changed hands here Wednesday for mules is 5867 50 000 tto for 8000 000 0Mr W A Garnett a prosperous farmer of Adair county threshed si 2f3 acres a over 20 bushels to the acre The wheat crop was good allover this county and the indications are that there will be more corn than for many years ooo Massie Robertson sold sixteen mules to Young Northcraft Lebanon for 2070 000 Smith Nell sold Ed ODaniel of Lebanon 13 mules for 1985 Chas Herrifordsold same party eleven mules 13tFrank Waggener sold 8 hogs to R E Tanday for 5 75 per hundred He bought a bunch of stock hdgs from different parties at oi cents 000 R E Tandy purchased from C M THerriford span of mare mules Wed nesday foe 285Bliss Cor 000 R E Tandy bought of various part ies a bunch of hogs at this place Wed nesday paying from 550 to 585 per cwtBhss Cor 000 The Standard Hardwood Co bough- the Fairplayland from Judge H C Ba ker for 2000 SALEtOn Tuesday the 28th of August will sell at public out cry all my per sonal property consisting of household and kitchen furniture farm machinery milch cow an 7 head of hogs Sale will be made at my residence in Gradyville A credit of six months will be given H C WALKER 383t SALElThose wanting lots in the Mulligan KyIcan see or n makeI384t R 0 MULLIGAN Tin Work roofing guttering and al kinds of work in tin done in first cias order We are ready to meet the d mands in town or country We make well tubing buckets etc If you need any tin work call on us Located over Bennetts s tor eOLOYE BROS MOORE Columbia Ky 361 m STRAYED From our pasture a re sorrel horse mule about 6 or 7 year old A brown mare mule 7 years old YOUNG COFFEY tf Columbia Ky rut i h t f tt WOODSON LEWIS Gfeensburg Ky ONE THOUSND BUGGIES SURREYS AND BUCKBOARDS FARM WAGONS Best Binder Twine 10 cts Binders and Mowers Lowest Prices A GREAT BARGAIN A LETHER trimmed leather Quarter Top Spring Seat 1000 Mile Axle Buggy with Good Harness for 5000r AND THERE ARE OTHERS t 1 l Kentucky Wall Plaster Co MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF PLASTERING MATERIAL SOUTHERN AGENTS FOR SACKETT PLASTER BOARD Brook River StsBOTH PHONES 2267 Louisville Ky I OUR BRANDStDIAMOND With sand r CEMENT PLASTER CAMP BELLS without sand LOUISVILLE WOOD FILM Write for testimonials Also Operating HOOSIER WALL PRASTER PUNT Jeffersonville WPhone 55 Menziesfi OSTEOPATHY i Y U 11 CIKSUlTATItN EXAMWATKH = r efffcc AT4ESlRNCEti L i J 11 m ir Y f 11 Ulu MWfr I fJb Y 0 LISLETOWN We are having lots of rain in this section The big rain we had last Monday did a great deal of dam age on Greasy creek intLouisville for the past two weeks being treated for catarrh She has had a bone taken from her nose AIreturned from Texas Mr Hubbard purchased land but we didnt learn how much Dr Taylor bought a big hotel and will remove his family there in a short time We regret to see the Doctor and his family leave and wish them health and prosperityIMrs J A Hubbards health is improving sufficiently to visit aroundMrs A W Curry who has been in a very critical condition for some time is not much better beings iseprogressing nicely The young people of this place visit Sulphur Well every Sunday There was quarterly meeting at anddatstended Will Lyons was with our mer chants one day last weekO- BITUARY On May 19th the death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Millard Watson of Lebanon and took from them their oldest son Finis His death was due to con sumption He was on his return from New Mexico where he had been to try to regain his health Finis A Watson was married to Miss Ida Yates November 19th 1902 To this union were born two children both of which have been called to Him who said Suffer little children to come unto me Tha oldest child died just four months before and the youngest lone month after the death of their father A while before he died he called his loved ones to his bedside bade them good bye and asked them to meet him in heaven We would say to his loved ones weep not as those who have no hope for Finis is now with friends in heaven singing songs of praise to Christ waiting and watching for loved ones to come May we all live to meet him Our sympathy goes out to his many friends and relatives and especially to his bereaved wife but our loss is his eternal gain Funeral services were conduct ed by Rev Prather and the re mains were laid to rest in the Lebanon cemetery On that bright and cloudless morning When the dead in Christ shall rise We shall meet to sing forever In that home beyond the skies There well meet our long gone loved ones On that happy golden shore And well see our blessed savior And His holy name adore r FRIENDISpectatorplease copy t t S MYoi f i hWRVF JJL rlI i I t t k IT j CARDS C M WISEMAN SON lDiamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians IU Special attention given to work and all orders in i of goods in our line IOposite Music Hall 132 W Market Bet 1st 2d StLouisville Ky S D Crenshaw VETINERY SURGEON ISpecia Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavir or any sur gical work done at fair prices I am well fixed to take care of stock ro- nley due when work is done or stock from tables ONEHALF MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMBIA P01NTMENT 1Jl JfI1 Coffins AND Caskets H I 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 JE Snow Russell Springs IMRS J F RUSSELL I DRESSMAKER I COLUMBIA KY jRussell offers her service tMrs public guaranteeing satis FITS BY TAILOR MEASURE Makes up garments in the very latest styles neatly substantially and in the most artistic manner LOCATION Frazer Avenue WADE EUBANKS BLACKSMITHING am prepared to fix Pumps Tinwork Woodwork and All Kinds of Reqaring a Specialty Horse Shoeing and Buggy Repairing done to Please you because done Correctly Try me LocationWATER STREET COLUMBIA KY JAMES TRIPLETT DENTISTRESIDENT OFFICE PHONE 40 RING 2 IirOFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK COUMBIA KENTUCKl Orj S Dunbar DENTIST U J tFICEtO ROOMS IN JIFFBIBe I BUILDING tPJIOD HQnJtIN 3 l ca Kentucky g t 4 J J rT f1 ADAIR COUNTS NEWS COLUIV BIAf r ulY AUGUST 8f 1P9 6 tEEEEEEEEEEEEEFEEEE EEi e W PERSONAL 5- M FfEEEEEEEEEEFE EEE hereMrThursday Mr J W Hancock of Taylor coun ty was here Friday Mr Emmitt Goode Caseys Creek was here Wednesday Mr S C Strange and wife returned from Burkesville Sunday Mr R L Durham StatesAttorney was here last Thursday Mr V P Jones Burkesville was here the first of the week Mr W A Coffey and wife visited Griffin Springs last Sunday Mr H C Walker returned from Louisville last Thursday morning Mr J J Biggs who is in the revenue service is at home for this month Mr J W Shaw a wellknown travel lnman was here last Thursday Mr Ray Page and wife Cane Valley have returned from Bowling Green Mr T S Isbell Russell Springs was here a day or two of last week Mr N M Hambrick and wife of Georgetown are visiting in Columbia WalkertBryant were in day Mr3EjL Feese and wife of Pelly ton visited relatives in Columbia last weekMrs H C Botom and Master Crit Bottom visited the Russell Springs last weekMr JohnlG Sublett Cane Valley and TI Smith same place were here FridayMrs Sophia McBrager and two daughters Shelbyville are visiting in i Columbia Mrs Henry Lillis of Frankfort is visiting her mother Mrs Marshall Yarberry rttrWnSnwO isin Delicate aMfew days ago Mr James Garvey wife and son of Louisville are visiting the family of Mr A D Coy Mrs S A McKay who visited here two weeks left for her home in Buffalo Ky a few days ago Dr R Y Hindman and Mr J D Hugheslspent last week at Sulpher Well Metcplfe county Mr J McScott of the Mountaineer Somerset is spending a few days with hisfamily in this county L Messrs C H and J J Campbell two prominent traders of Creelsboro were here last Wednesday MessrsA W Pedigo and J B Rodg ers Glasgow were here Monday for stockIDr E F of Liletown was reImoveMr T R Stults who atteneded a meeting of the County Clerks at Eliz abethtown has returned home Misses Mattie Taylor and Rey Mc Garvey of Lexington are visiting re latives and friends in Columbia Mrs Sue Russell Mrs G W Staples and Miss Kate Russell spent several days of last week at Griffin Spring Mr Fount Pendleton was in Louis ville last week selling tobacco H had eleven hogsheads on the market Mrs W T McFarland and daughter who have been visiting in Ohio for the past three weeks returned home last week Mr Comody Miller Harrold Miller and Miss Willie May Miller Louisville are visiting at the home of Mr W R MyersMr W R Wheeler of Camner Hart county is visiting in Columbia accom paned by Mr C M Bush Mr Wheel er was born in this county sixty year- ago leaving for Hart county at the aB lien I Mr Mack Frazer of Somerset reach ed Columbia last FridayMQndayhe returned accompanied by his wife daughter Mrs Frazer is in deh a health and itis hoped that the change jfrr t Miss Cary Hughes is quite sick Mr L H Cabell Miami was here county court Mr J P Sallee Hatcher was here county Court Mr Bert Epperson of Jamestown washere Monday I Mr Geo E Wilson was a visitor at St Marys last Saturday Mr Tobe Hughes left for New Mex ico yesterday morning Mr Ed Young of Bakerton was here the first of the week Mr Sam Bailey and wife Dayton Ohio are visiting in this county Masters Herbert and Will Dohoney paid their respects to the News the first of the week Mrs W H C Sandidge and Mrs G W Flowers of Bliss spent Monday with Mr J D Walker Mr Jas Carter and family of Lincoln county who visited relatives in Adair have returned home Miss Bettie Barnett an attractive blond of the younger set of Green county is visiting Josh Butlers family Mrs Jas Garnett and daughter Frances will return from Midway to day accompanied by Mrs J P Scruggs Mr Sam Cofer and wife ana little daughter Norene visited the family of Mr J P Hutchison the first of the week v Mr J O Russell and wife left for Sulpher Well Metcalfe county yester day afternoon They will be absent about ten days Mr Conrad Hertlein and wife of Springfield who are spending a few weeks at the Griffin Spring visited Columbia last Monday Mr R W Page and family have re turned from Bowling Green and have made up their minds to locate permanently in Adair county and particularly at Cane Valley Miss Kate Dohoney of Chicago Ill who is visiting in the county and Mrs Geo A Atkins Milltown were in Columbia Friday Hon G P Smythe our present county Attorney is attending the meet ing of Kentucky county Attorneys As sociation at Olymphia Spring this week Misses Florence Warden Artelia Montgomery Kate Mason Nellie War den all of Louisville who are sojourn ing at the Griffin Spring visited Col umbia last Thursday afternoon Mr M F Payne of Monroe county is visiting his brother Mr C R Payne in this city Mr Payne is so favorably impressed with Columbia and Adair county that he may decide to locate in this section Dr R C McChord Lebanon and Dr J L Atkinson Campbellsville were here Thursday morning en route for a meeting of a district Medical Association which convined at the Rus sell Springs Dr J Simpson of Burkesville was in Columbia from Sunday to Tuesday the guest of Judge J J Simpson This is Dr Simpsons first visit to Columbia and it is safe to say that within a short while he will be located in this cityMr Z M Staples Dr W T Gris som Miss Susan Grissom Frank and Tom Waggener Jas Naylor Buck Hendrickson Rich Grissom and a Mr Chelf left yesterday morning for Elida New Mexico prospecting eMr W H Petty was in to see us Monday and paid for the News 12 months Mr Petty is of the opinion that there has been too much rain for a big crop of corn He said that a great many stalks had no shoots at all and that the ears of the most corn were under size LUMBER WANTED AT CAMPBELLSVILLE The Ault Jackson Co incorpo officsCampbellsvilleeKy are in the market for Lumber and- will Ythe1011owingprice delivered oh their yard at Campbellaville Ky Kiiida Ittjnd Common Culli 8and8taPbhlar fl Q9tJ yeit 7i 10 Call and see cpr representative f ilv t LOCALS Twelve days until the fair Esau is dead hence he can only be here in spirit Talk about your betters and you dig your own grave Campbellsville is making an effort for waterworks We understand that Glasgow parties will start a paper at Burkesville FOR SALE Agood Jersey milkcow Mrs ANN EUBANK Get ready for the fair It is only twelve days until the band will begin to play Rev C R Payne closed a very suc cessful meeting in Russell county last week Mr J S Stapp has struck fine sul phur water at his mill A pump has been placed and the public is invited to try the water The Gradyville and Esto teams will play at the LindsayWilson grounds this city next Saturday Mr Goe H Gowdy Campbellsville is seriously contemplating building an opera house in his town The man who looks after his own af fairs letting every body elses severely alone is the person who succeeds Last Monday was county court a fair crowd in town and business reasonably good Some stock changed hands Mr Fount Wilson and Miss Amanda Cundiff who live in the Glenville country were married a few days ago IThe Standard Hardwood Lumber at the Hurt yard Columbia and will pay cash foryour logs 39tf It is better to have one friend whose statements you can rely upon than twenty whose sincerity is mixed with dpubts Columbia Chapter Royal Arch Masons will meet in regular convocation next Friday evening A full attendance is desired FOR SALEMy entire line of millin ery and notions Terms Cash Mrs BIRDIE P STRANGE 92 All notes and accounts due me must be settled If not settled by July 1st you may expect a personal dun o statement W L WALKER Fount Nelson procured license to wed Miss Mandy Cundiff last Wednesday They live n the Southern portiou of the county We understand that Judge W W Jones has sold his interest in the Mon ticello Electric LIght Plant to Mr R F Paull We understand that Campbellsville Jamestown Liberty Greensburg and Burkerville will send large delagation to our fair I have today marked down a lot o lawns and white goods to close out at a bargain 8Jc lawns go at 512 J lawns h cents W L WALKER Mrs M E Marcum is having the ell of her residence raised another story When completed it will be quIte an improvement to an already good homeI The catalogues for the FairII were printed at the News office they are now being sent o fReadthe premium list Lace curtains at a bargain All lac curtains in stock have been cut down to a remarkably low price Now is the time to get a bargainW L WALKER The management of the Somerset Fair will please accept our thanks for Septeme ber the 4th and will continue four days Mr John Allen Williams who lives on Caseys Creek met with a serious s accident a few days ago He was as sistfflfrin haulingjjogs A logfell from j the wagon atL his fet mashing it v 1J i b11 t t f 3 t PAID LIST The News Honor RollIs Your Name Written There The following are paid subscribers since our last issue L P Mitchell John Hughes E T Blakeman J M Skaggs H Blair T A Holladay R C Gilmer T G Cof fey E A Rabon C H Campell J G Flowers M R Yarberry Chas Hoskins Chas Nail Tobias Huffaker p P Perkins W D Frazier Geo F Walford R 0 Mulligan E C Arm strong Wm Humphrey Dr R H Perrymam J J Murrah S E Squires G H Skaggs Tinet Lapsley C S Kyle Zora Haskins Charlotte Patter son WA Murphy D G Murphy Jas Holladay W H Petty W W Yates W T Salmon Olen Robertson Jo M Thomas W C Grider W H Thomas J M Thomas S W Bailey J P Sallee W R Wheeler J T Robertson PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY J L Adkins Zion W H C Sandidge Ebinezer- J F Roach Pink Ridge A R Kasey Columbia r W A Grant Mt Carmel G Y Wilson Grady ville T J Campbell White Hill F J Barger Glenville Z T Williams Columbia A heavy wind storm passed over this place last Thursday afternoon A num- her of trees were uprooted and some corn leveled with the ground At Miss EllenJBurtons home several fruit trees were blown down and a large locust Mr Rollin Hurt also lost a locust and one or two small trees On Saturday August 11th 1906 at 2 oclock at the late residence of Simon Lester I will sell 2J acres of land one horse one Jersey cow one hog and- other articles of personal property Terms made known on day of salt 382t SIMON LESTERS EXECUTOR Mr W T Isbell who removed from Russell county to Hart county nufay years ago fell from a wagon bade with lumber one day last week fracturing his skull Paralysis followed and he lived but a few hours He was about 58 years old and a good citizen Insure your life in the Connecticut 3rE Murrell It pays the largest divi dends of any company doing business and makes quick settlements Nearly all the financiers of Columbia are in sured in saidcompany The Monticello Fair Association will please accept our thanks for compli mentary tickets to their meet which opens September 11 continuing four days This association has given a good Fair every year since its oganiza tion Mr Edward Aaron of Denmark was in Columbia Tuesday en route to theflarge stock of goods for Aaron Bros of Denmark Mr Aaron will buy a large stock of fall goods Eld Z T Williams who assisted Eld AV T May in a meeting at Roley irtrtch closed last Sunday night result ed in twentyodd additions During the wasIt- oEldAH Bough of Monticello closed a protracted meeting at Pleas ant Hill last Sunday night resulting aneable minister and hiss sermons were very much enjoyed James N Murrell andEA McKin ley will build a telephone line from Craycraft toColumbia The poles are now being placed and they hope to have the line in operation in a short time i Mr Fayette Wilkinson of Stanford reached Columbia last week with a thoroughbred runner Tbeanimal will be exercised on the track until he Fait August 21opens Ii 4 WANTEDTwo white jirl for wait t J wellfrecommended SxrrH NisfL ft6 I t J 2JI is r A full Line of Groceries PHONE NO 78 1 I have a full and complete line of family groceries and every ar ticle sold on the closest margin Pay the Highest Market Price for Produce Give me a chance to sell you some goods and I will prove to yourthat your interests will be well cared for LOCATION OLD POST OFFICE L A CHAPMAN Columbia Kentuckyj John A Hobson Has For Sale 2 CARLOADS LIME AT 57 12 CENTS PER BARREL PRICES ON CEMENT MADE ON APPLICATION All Remenants of Wall Paper At Half Price TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL PATTERNS Greensburg Kentucky t V IIv g1v7i v 7 ti- V wit vit n COLLEGIATE I N STITUTEilin- n V Of CAMPBELLSVILLE KY is offering special inducements to all classes v studentsC 7i v Fine Location Strong Faculty Comforta V ble Building Reasonable Termswv v FirstClass board in viit struction of Prof Mitchell Head Master iiC For Catalogue and special information write 1 Kentuck1i f m vi v Pall Session Begins September 3 vi v- tt- V V V v r V U V V V V t 1- I i I its it ti mII ititn t tvtiC Do You Like PROMPT SERVICE iIF You Do Send Your SASHVNDDOOR iOrders to 41S EaL Hughes Co f 215217219 Et Main St JT 4 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 4 Our facilities are unsurpassed a trial order will convince COLUMBIA MOTOR CAR COMPANY 4 United States Mail Line Cars Leave CtliMbia Leave Canpfcellsvilk 345 A M 1P M 12 M 9 PM Comfortable and Rapid Transit atthe Lowest Rates Consistent with v r FirstClass Service sO THERNRENTU KY S LEADING LOCAL pABERr THEM ADAIR COUNrY QW t00 irf Lrti5 S r t jf i vv i I s it fi L L THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY AUGUST 8 1906 MY FIRST IMPRESSIONS The following article was read before the Glenville Sunday School by Mr Matthew Taylor onJuly 15th 1906 notionramong those who hold to no religion that to accepts what pur ports to be revealed truth narrows the mind and thought and substitutes for the stern realities of life with its practical mate rial problems a narrow artificial theory and leads the mind from its proper grapling with facts as they are to a dreamy as whichaare only supposed to be I was almost of a similar opinion at one time partly owing to what I considered inconsistancies in the J professions and actions of church members and the doubts I enter tained as to the true church and partly on account of the seeming impossibilities set forth in the Scriptures such as Love ye your enemies Do thosebwho despitefully use and abuse you Judge not that ye be not t judged and perhaps many oth aer passages I could not under stand and rightly comprehend and had it not been for the ad l t monition and instruction of my Ji dear old mother during childhood I would doubtless have be come confirmed in the opinions of those who opposedreligion Now let me digress long enough to say that this is one of the best evidences why parents I should make impressions favorable to religion and the teaching of the Bible on the minds of their children yhenI young for there comes a tihelife of almost verY person Wbniiie gooH lih ressions made or parentsriest hood will have a ruling effect on IfSunday School with them for we know when the mind runs back trtthatevaY Y is ze l have their a nfl iiehce 1n url t We also know iilUtbe kindness shvnto chi Iiendmingtnyjs izi berti83i life iri has a good jI JjjHpp Trceot it becomes ob i as0ft by prejudices inculcated fey rjo one who harrowsuP the wrtinKs of t ers811d prides rrnalliain crimes which he attributes to others forgetting that then words or the poet are applicable to all It was for the crimes that I have done He groaned upon the tree The appear ance of children should be a pleasure tp all people with good intentions for Christ says Suf fer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of heaven They are a sample of the inhab itants of beav gn and impress the fact that their salvation lies in ignorance of the evil they doThe Sabbath School should be k place for the cultivation of brotherly love and for the instruc onand edification of all concerned If the lessons assigned do not furnish the informationr v r 1444 t t ii 1 w fJ tlbt rt a ir rlrJ Jft 7J fii desired by any one on any subject they should submit their question orally or in writing and the entire school should take an interest in studying it in the light of the Scriptures and in giving as near as possible a clear a nd satisfactory a n s w ereIn this way all may become inter ested and all benefitted For it frequently happens that the les son assigned is mostly historical and fails to give the information desired but no question should be propounded merely for the sake of argument or to reflect on the actions or religious opin ions of anyone If it has such tendency it should be re jected by the superintendent immediately on hearing it stated or read But to return to my sub ject as I grew older with the responsibilities of a family rest ing upon me I began to consider more seriously what might be the future condition of the hu man race and I found that if the opinions of those who op posed religion were correct our visions were hemed in by the natural world and we could not go beyond it That to our mind comes with our duties a relation to the complex problems of hu man life man with man and man with nature I couldsee them as now the conflict of selfishness and the anguish it brings I could see the greed of the rich and the envying of the poor and the pride and heart burnings thus caused I could see the success of deceitful arts and the grinding of the faces of the poor I sa vour best men as we thebameloration of the conditions of poverty but found them frustra ted in many instances by hypbe racy I saw laws formulated restrain the encroachments toI monopoly but found them against wealth which makes or buys legislatures and4 juries and and beyond all I found thee world inadetiustte tp satisfy my desires I found youth passing away and the walls of the flesh closing in continually and that the world is a prison to those who have no hope beyond for at the end of all there is n bibgbut1 darkness and the oblivion of the grave Beyond tins darkness andoblivion science tad worldly experience can do nothing neither J can hold out any hope except a vague existence In the memory of others Having considered the subject as before stated and come to the conclusion aforesaid I began se riously to consider the probabilities of a future state and came to the conclusion aforesaid I be thebprobabilities of a future state and came to the conclusion that if Revelation be what it is claim ed to be that through itthe walls of the prison of this life are dis solved and the horizon of our minds broadened to take in an other and higher world oi thought and motive for action and from which the contradictions of this world are reconciled and the dark places illumined Sol attended church regularly and put in what means I could to aid in building new church and for the advancement of the cause generally It was not long till I became more interested and t f t f hlii f tyn r do came to the conclusion that the future life is not some indefinite future vagueness it is Today if you will hear His voice harden not your hearts I was baptized and joined the Christian church but my expectations were not re alized for I had expected to be able to go on my way rejoicing as a Christian full of hope but such was not the case I only felt under greater obligations to strictly obey all the command ments set fourth in the law which I felt that I could not do owing to natural tendencies to evil over which invmany instan ces I had no control conse quently I had doubts I didnot then nor for a long time after ward understand that he that believes and is baptized calling on the name of the Lord is not under the law but under grace and that it is the spirit andnot the better that maketh alive and that the law was weak in this that it could not cleanse the people of their sins and that Christ came to supply that deficiency by shedding His blood upon the cross for it is the blood of Christ that cleanses from all sin When I came to understand as I thought the plan of salva tion I could see clearly that Christ had paid the penalty of my redemption by sheding his blood upon the cross for the re demption of all men And then it was I saw plainly I could not do anything whatever to merit salvation except believe on Jesus as the son of the living God and submit to his requirements in or der that I might place myself under his care without attempt ing tp save myself by obedience to the laws and commandments of Moses It was then too I could comprehend to some ext tent the difference between the moral laws and the laws of God in reference to the saving of souls I could see thatthe laws of Moses wire very exacting and that a penalty was attached to any arid all of them while the laws of grace were not so exact inglnfact I found no unconditional penalties attached to the omnjanciments and laws of Christ after we have put our trust in him and stlbmittedto his requirements in order to getin lndithlShave Mui advocate with the Father and 1f we should fail to cornwandsthis advocate so long as we 5put our trust in him r Christ said If yef love me keep my commandments He also said Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart with all thy soul with all thy mindwith all thy strength and thy neighbor as thyself But he added no penalty and Paul seeing that man with his hered itary tenencies to evil connected with his natural surroundings here on earth would never obey this command to an extent he would be satisfied modified it by declaring that we may know that we have passed from death unto life because we love the brethren I learned futher that it is by graceweme saved through faith and that not of ourselves it is the gift of GodI I found likewise that my first impression ttIifii U l b k b cas tJ iIka1Pr concerning my inability to com ply strictly with the law was cor rect from the fact that Paul an nspired writer says For that which I do I allow not for what I would that do I not but what I hate that do I He futher says With the flesh I serve the law of sin but with the mind the law of God Then I saw that the positive declaration He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved could not be ob scured by any act except a de sertion of the cause of Christ for he has assumed all the responsi bility of saving us after we have become members of his Kingdom on earth if we only put our trust in him Then I felt that I had full confidence in all his promises and rejoiced as I had expected to be able to do at first in full hope of joys eternal after I have laid down this mortal coil iThe rear Of Death Often haunts the miserable dyspep tic bilious patient who suffers from heart palpitations chronic cough mel ancholly nervousness headache colic constipation etc No need of fear for in Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pep sin you will find a safe pleasant andI perfect cure for all this pain distress and worry It clears the brain purifies the blood and cures all forms of indi gestion and bowel trouble Try it Sold by DrJ N Page of Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails BRAIN LEAKS Sinis sexless Heaven is a reward not a gift The greatest luck is born of pluck Not all high flies are aerial ists V V trilun1p1Honest sweat makes sweet umber = Any coward can do the popu lar thing An honest vote is the best medicine for the ills of the body politic A life measured only by length of years is usually a life wasted- Speakrrg about good judges of human nature how about a child and a doggyYWhat some men belied e to be a crisis jl1 their lives i usually rmerely an incident My who bse fo4hfc hin ligbti theyldaWhen a man ferns flying igh itisa jretbjf gQod sign that he hasfitV been walking straight r A dollarowned man is of less r worth to the community thhnal manowned dollar If there is anything more ridiculous than an old maid whoj tries to act giddy it is an old man who tries to act coltisht Why is it that the average man finds a seat on the hard boards in the base ball grand stand softer and more comforta ble than the cushioned archurch t Talking about the gentle art of- dissimulationdid you ever know a man equal to the task perform ed by many a woman who smil ingly greets a disagreeable caller at the critical moment when the jelly refuses to jell Heroes have to wade through a lot of trouble to get a reputation It i it4 j i j W j r i n iJl i l r I Jtt jif t1t ilif i tdrfc t THE Jack Trades i = if i ie W F JEFFRIES fe SON Agta VIA TO San Los and I TO Sale to 31 1906 ASK us FOR FULL INF L says many a doctor to his i lady patients he 8 know of i the knife such a medicine exists how veris by of cures by It has saved lives many weak sick women and rescued oth ers from a lifetime of chronic sick ness It will cure you if you witt only give it a chance Try it Sold by all and dealers in Si04 bottles SAVE UP I wore a for four years to keep up womb writes Mrs S J Chrismin Mannsvilte NY My doctor said no medicine would help After taking Cardui I gave up sup well fit rfr t No can be found than the above nam ed It is NEW ele and the at all times with the best the market 1 Feed Stable in i B Pro tuI i4 J y- t fl c WaterLLXJ Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other He Is Running the For It costs nothing to keep when not J perIhour when For or Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTU KY Special Reduced Rates HEj1DERSOt ROUTE Colorado Springs Pueblo Col Francisco Angeles San Diego HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES SEASON 1906 COItO lIST SATES California Points and Great Northwest Dates September 15 Octdber J H GALLAGHER J IRVIN Traveling Passenger Agent General Pass Agent Louisville Kentucky Cut it Outbecause doesnt anymcc femalertroubles except surgeons proved thousands made OFCARDUI Cures Womb Disease the of druggists SUPPORTER supporter my of me my porterand am now THE PATTESON HOTEL better place HOTEL gantly furnished table supplied affords Connectio- nJ Patteson Jamestown Kentucky ir Freezers machinery Press This Paper working particulars all on addre- ssFairbanksMorse Denver R71lCFrTION t bIk cl r SOLO ONLY S I tMC IsyR41 SEWING W A INC Rfl N c c IIULlt Rep- COLUMBIA tn Ali IuLM VACATION TRIP TO I YELLOWSTONE PARK Personally Conducted SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY Itinerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Manitou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwotfd Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and six and one half days in Wonderful Yellowstone PARK COST of TRIP Expenses of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully considered and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all SPECI SLEEPERS will leave Louisville Night of July25 VH For full particulars 7 Write J H GALLAGHER K lsoBsrretAveane4 LatuwiU S k t i r 1 fi 2t t i i t or I a l Y LAIR THE COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY AUGUST 81906 tr w J w- mnmmnmnnmmilIilImmnnvmm vrmmnmmnmnm r nmmm7i n i V w M Call And See Us inv w n I 71 AND BE CONVINCED THAT our are the NEWEST J AssortmentLARGEST 7iv J Quality the BEST 1v and Prices the LOWEST j01 v i n- v CARLOAD OFt BUGGIES JUST RECEIVEDiC mHARDWARE FARM IMPLEMENTS FIELD SEEDS FERTILIZERS HARNESS SADDLES l KyVV I vwvvyiwwvVWvV WVIAILIIi VJ y wvliwII iwwwwiiin Ir m m m nvl n II m m A GREAT PROPOSITION j I TWO PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE t fti for the next 30 days 100 CASH IN ADVANCE g tsJJ I I T TilE ADAIR AND COUNTY NEWS ri iIi THE SOUTHERN HOME To all Subscribers or to anyone who pays up all arrears to The News and SI 00 in Advance will receive The Southern Home I Free for 12 Momths Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it im parts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c LOOKING TO THE FUTUREI No girl or woman however closely guarded can escape the possibility whichmay arise of having to care for herself and perhaps others at some tUrn of r the tide of fortune No one who has closely observed the struggles r of women in a large city to earn p- eIIculiarmen suddenly forced from the home into breadwinning In most large cities there are thou tsands of women from the age o forty years upward unskilled in any business or trade who are forced by some necessity to en gage in gainful occupations Many of these JOJiinare wives 4 i or widows wM long past the sgs when thefc might rghtly 1have been igo out eJ J into the world and work have suddenly found themselves forced out of the home to seek employment in order to support small children or a disabled or invalid husband without having had the least training in any business or trade Luckiest Man in Arkansas Im the luckiest man in Arkansas writes H L Stanley of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health af ter five years of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and I owe my good fortune to thee worlds greatest medicine Dr Kings New Discovery fromftaken in time My wife improved with first bottle and twelve bottles tom pleted the cure Cures the worst coughs and COla9r money refunded AtTE Paull s druggist 50c and 1 Trial bottle free When the average doeJ s yotiafayor he never lets yoii forget it t a WISE OR OTHERWISE Never judge a mans worth by the taxes he pays The school of experience is open 24 hours each day Avery young man likes to b mistaken for a cynic Jokes we enjoy tare those onth e other fellow Nothing pleases some people more than to be misunderstood It dbsent take a fast young man long to distance his income Milk of human kindness 1 never run through a cream sepa rator The Yellow Fever Germ has recently been discovered It bears a close resemblance the malaria germ To free the system from disease germs the most effective 1em dy is Dr Kings New Lifer Guaranteed to cure a diseases ialaria poison pa t JTi E auns dkstore f tl fy 1 t r 1 NOTES ON SHEEP Fatten the lambs well before sending to market Ground feed will not be lost on the lambs now- Ventilation should be provided but direct drafts avoided The remaining part of the crop can be pulled before frost and stored for winter food To give best results not over fifty members of mutton sheep should be penned together Turnips may be made use of as a fall feed Turn thg flock into the field and let them cut the tur nips Rough hillsides if they are covered with rich grasses make the very best pasture land for sheepAll flocks should be graded ac cording to age size and condition as far as is practicable The most unfavorable condi tions under which sheep can be grown is to constantly subject them to feeding on low marshy pastures Medium sized sheep usually have the best and heaviest fleeces One gcod sheep will usually bring in more profit than two poor ones Usually the poor ones are kept at a loss The best fleece will ever be the mark of the best sheep provided of course that it has a good thrifty form The fleece and the carcass mak up the sheep and if either is in ferior the sheep is inferior no difference how good the othe- may be The end in view in keeping sheep is profit and the question best to conduct the busi nesshow obtain a profit from the growing of wool or mutton Keep the best animals in the most economical manner ands breeding and manipulating the flock and fleece as to secure the best price for what is sent to market As far as can be done the flock should be selected and culled s that there will be but one grade of woolwell treated fleecesas- no matter how meritorious each may be the best prices cannot be realized ITo know how to care for sheep so as to make them grow the largest and finest fleeces and the most vigorous lambs is the most important part of flock manage mentEx Frightfully Burned Chas W Moore a machinist 0f Ford City Pa had his hand frightfully burned in an electrical furnace applied Buchlens Arnica Salve with perfeecure on earth for Burns Wounds Sores Exzema Piles 25e at TE Paulls druggist fell Dead A man fell dead in Chicago the other day from heart trouble and thousands die every day in the same way But the cause of nine out of ten of such indigestiose Syrup Pepsin The explanation ijs that the swollninflamedand engorg stomach presses right against t heart and prevents it from working your heart flutters palpitates pains and you are tshort of breath some lose it forever Just try for these s3to SYuprepsinTyoul SoJd lbypr JN p eo O6fe umbra said and Moore Cane Vail rg I srtf tt r 1rYr rY s i ii JJ Lr BRAIN LEAKS The selfmade man is as proud of the outcome as he is of his income A man who is worthy of his hire can not be blamed for look ing higher Nothing is gained by abusing those whose opinions differ from your own Many a mans good fortune is due to the will power ofa deceased relative Dont expect to tower above your neighbors by standing on your dignity Many a man begins his charity at home by cutting down his wifes allowance Students in the school of ex perience are handed their diplo mas by the undertaker And it takes two fools with but a single thought to generate a fullsized case of mutual jealousy- A business man shouldneither doze nor bulldoze Some lies can be stretched father than the truth Most family skeletons refuse to stay in the closet A man isnt beaten as long as he isnt discouraged A crank is a person who thinks all other people are cranks Some men fail to make a hit because they aim too high He who honestly criticises his jobeYour independence might look like impudence to your neighbor atrleast one more pair of sus penders Be sure that you have an aim in life before pulling the trigger It is so easy to find fault with the good things possessed by others Some grist mills turn out bet ter meals than restaurants By praising men and flattering women one can acquire many fairweather friends d A Healing Gospel 0The Rev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church Blair Ga says of Electric Bitters It is a God send to mankind It cured me of lamp back stiff joints and complete al collapse I was so weak it took m half an hour to walk a mile Two bottles of electric bitters have made m so strong I have just walked thre Miles in 50 minutes and feel like walk ing three more Its made a new man of me Greatest remedy for weak ness and all Stomach Liver and Kidne complaints Sold under guarantee at- C E Paulls drug store Price 50 KENTUCKY FAIR DATES 000 1Harrodsburg August 74 days daysHeVanceburg August 154 days ctCOLUMBIA AUGUST 214 DAYS Shepherdsville August 214 days daysandSpringfield August 233 days Shelbyville August 284 days f Nicholasville August 283 days Burkesville August 28 four days Bardstown August 294 days Florence August 294 days Paris September 45 days daysnMonticello September 11fdays Glasgowe September 124 days daysbeInsure in The Farmers Home Insur ance Company of Junction City Ky thatnsmakes any claim of paying their losses in fulL tf S IBL Agt THE NEWS ANDY SOUTHERN HOM 100 rhy Al y yw GIVEN FREE The Cincinnati Enquirer has just jssused a New Valuable up to date Wall Chart ofthree Sheets six pages each 28 inches wide 36 inches long entirelytiand exact ever printed In bringing this Map up to date all new towns are located all Electric and Traction Railroads are shown all Rural MaiJ Routes and portraits of all the Governors MagnificentChart with portraits of all the Presidents Map of Panama showing CaaaJ 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 oJ Korea A map of the World with Names of Rulers Coats of Arms Flags o all Nations Steamship Routes with data and Statistics of great worth PhilippineisaRico in all nine distinct maps pointdunderstand it The Chart is new correct and up to date making it an invariable educator indespensaUe fr the Home School Library or CiThe selling price is 250 yet its Worth is many times greater The inquirer Company is giving this rt Free to subscribers of the weekly Enquirer who remit one dollar or a years subscription or for are Tl ofold subscription Agents can jy i rich harvest soliciting orders ti ii brand offer Address NQUiRER COMPANY Cincinnati Ohio HENRY t WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournal AND THE Adair Couuty News BOTH ONE YEARS FO- RONLY 150 Jew people in the United States have not heard of the Courier Journal Democratic in all things r fair in all things clean in all things it is essentially a fan iv aper By a special arrangenest hseWEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL 1heabove named price Send your subscription for the combination CornierJournalY The News- Columbia Ky FEELINGI This MorningTAKE A Gentle Laxative l Arid Appetizer JNotice Four monuments that sold at X75 eats now be bought at 60 four that soli t f for 25 Dw2 one that sold atrnow t65 When these are closed out De more these pncesICDFYSDlKSJSItOa yo y sx r 1 t h i Iy t 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY AUGUST 8 1906 rIir t rn + r CC4 HfJL litL WITlrOURjCORRESPONDENTS 1 Jrt Weeks HappjBnin sNeWs Important or Oth rwfs Report ed By Our Corps of Correspondents I IGRADYVltLE I Rev W H C Sandidge filled his regular appointment at Union last Sunday Mrs Mary C Flowers of Bliss spent a few daysSpf last week with her relatives at this placeMrs W L Sharp was on the sick list several days of last week The produce men of Columbia make their weekly calls and our merchants supply them with produceOur illinan J A Diddle is receiving a nice lot of wheat this week from Green county Ed Atkins and S C Neat grocerymen were to see our merchants last FridayIH C Walker spent a few days in Louisville last week R K Young of Columbia was here Wednesday looking after stQckrti J H Smith returned from Cumberland coumtv last week with 200 stock ewes Mr Jesse Breeding one of the best farmers on Leatherwood was with our stock men last Fri day with one of the finest Pea y o cock colts that is in this section Mr Jack Coffey of the Kelt ner neighborhood was in our midstone day last week and in formed your reporter that his fifteen acre crop of burley tobac co was given up to be the best in the allcountytopped and will be ready for the knife in the near future Mr Ed Staples of Columbia made our town last Friday and assisted some of our people in getting up their taxes Mr Loney Price and family of Basil visited their daughter Mrs Henry Keltner a few days of last weekeSome of our best citizens i put in last Friday afternoon practi cing swiming down on Russell creek We take it that they are expecting high water downthis way and want to be prepared for the occasion Mr C C Stephens was here one day last week and informed your reporter that during the three years that he has been a citizen of this county he has made and sold off of his farm 4000 worth of stock and pro duce Give us more farmers like Mr Stephens- R L Caldwell and family spent last Saturday night visit ing relatives in the community of MilltownMrs Diddle was on the sick list a day or so of last week Several of our young people attended the social at Mr tfrud Walkers of Nell last Saturday night Mr Herschel Baker of Columbia spent one dav last week in our town olngafterinsur ance Rev G Y Wilson is holding a very interesting series of meet ings at Rdketts Chapel this week l li f1 t 1 JJY J J tJf- r 1 r y l f fJ lIl t f k r r td i 1r IMr Strong Hill and son in with Miss Kemp are visiting relatives at Jamestown this week Messrs A T Sherrill and wife and Logan Sherrill and wife visited the family of Thomas Moss of the Nell community last Saturday night and Sunday Mr John Johnson and wife of Gadberry visited the family of H C Walker a day or so of last weekJudge Smith Deputy Collector of Tompkinsville stopped over at the Wilmore house last Thursday night on his way to Jamestown Mr M Stone and wife of Gadberry visited the family of Rev Sexton last week Mr Silas Tarter one of the best citizens in this community is in a critical condition with lung trouble We are glad to note that Prof Byron Montgomery and wife are now citizens of our town We are certainly glad to have themMr Geo Flowers and wife of Columbia spent last Sunday in our city with the family of Mr G T Flowers Sr Mr Leon Shuffet and family visited the family of N H Moss Saturday and Sunday Uncle George Flowers is suP- plying our market with melons this week Mrs George H Nell of Co lumbia spent a few days at her old home in our city last week 3 Mr James Simpson one of Breedings most prosperous farm ers was in our midst one day last week Messrs Smith Kearns who have been working for the southwestern Publishing Co of Nash ville Tenn have been in this section for the past two weeks with good results We find these men perfect gentlemen in every respect CAVE 11y V Ray Page and family returned home from Bowling Green last week where he had been in the employ of the Bowling Green cocacola works Mrs Guy Breeding returned to her home in McKinney Tex last Monday after a pleasant visit of six weeks Misses Mary and Fawn Han cock were visiting in Campbells ville lasfweek c Miss Susie Kate Page was vis iting in Bowling Green last weekMrs C D Moore who has been on the sick list for the past two months is abletobe out again Mrs Moore is quite a good oldlady lives to do good and we are all proud to see her out gain E C Page was in Louisville recently and purchased a new automobile Mrs Rose Stark and her two children lure visiting relatives in- Junction City 1- JLige Burton of Tester delfv l d 0f t i f rr 1j li x Jk ti Jt f ered a nice lot of shoats to Bob Faftmer atinis piiuxT lasjt Ties1 i day at six cents pet pound the best price paid since CJeverlancls administrationD and Vester Mur rell bought an interest in the Co = burg mill last week and have moved on the Page land near Beech top school house 4F KNIFLEY On Monday July the 23rd one of the heaviest rains fell in this section ever known by the oldest settlers causing much damage to crops and fencing In one hour after the rain fell Caseys creek was running over its banks A Mr WrIngram sold his store house and entire stock of goods andresidence to Mr E V Dun bar Mr Dunbar is now in full possessionMr Jeffries sold his farm known as the Joseph Knifley place to W J Ingram for 3100 Mr Jefferies paid 2100 for the farm last Spring Mr Thomas Knifley sold his farm to C G Jeffries for 1600 Mr Joe Wilkerson and Will Lowe were here to see our merchants one day last week John Knifley team became frightened while raking hay and broke the tongue in front of the double tree letting Mr Knifley fall in front of the rake teeth but fortunately he was not hurt muchMr Tom McDermot has receiv ed his hay baler and has it in operation baling straw for Mondy BrosEld Z T Williams is in a pro tracted meeting at Roley and will commence one at this place in a few days Mr J A Williams while log ing got his foot caught between two logs and badly mashed th report was that the foot would have to be taken off There are several young cattle in this section for sale and n buyersHogs are very scarce except small ones 4I SPARKESVILLE C C Rowe and Robert Strange were in Greensburg a few days agoMrs Mart Roach of McGregor is visiting friends and relatives at this place Mr J F Gilpin and wife were in Columbia Thursday Herman Yarberry and Olie Jones will leave for McComb IlL in a few days The Antioch district is having a well sunk in the school yard which is a great benefit to to the school and church Grant Collins of Glensfork was transacting business here Wednes dayV TRoyse and Evan Strange spent Saturday night and Sunday atNellThe school at this place is pro gressing nicely under the man agement of Miss Nora Bradshaw Hershel Breeding and family of Breeding visited fiere Satur day and Sunday Mrs Jimmie Gadberry and family of Gadberry spent Tuesday with W L Gadberry Miss Htttie Jones of Grady r t Sfc 4Y i7rt t 77- aY t ry 4J iI u ville spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Nora Wheeler y rrrv 1 C c V U Finis Corbin wife andjchildren have returned home after a two weeks visit with relatives atNell DrLC Nell of Gradyville was here on business Tuesday Rev Wright filled his appoint ment here Sunday Mrs Silas Cain of Glensfork visited her daughter Mrs Curt Yarberry Monday and Tuesday Mrs R N Janes is on the sick list JOPPA We are still having plenty of rainL C Cabbell and S A Holtz claw of Dunnville were visiting here Sunday Several from this place attended the meeting at Pleasant Hill Sunday Eld A H Baugh isi conducting the meeting and his sermons are worthy of much reI flectiong We trust they are fall ing fertile soil We are glad to note that Mrs Mollie Willis is able to be up againMrs Hattie Murrell and little daughter Nettie and Miss Em ma Young spent Sunday at Mr A 0 Youngs BLISS R K Young a hustling stock dealer from your city passed through here with a large drove of sheep on the way to Grady i ville Wednesday Miss Susan F Grissom and brother B F took a trip to Cro cus last Saturday on a visit to the family of Mr B S Miller returning home Monday G W Robertson a wellknown business man from Columbia was with Dr W T Grissom Tuesday night MeStaples and wife and Gordon Montgomery wife and child all of Columbia spentj ursSay tj 0M L GrIssom s YIR F McCaffree of Disappoint ment creek was here Thursday doing some surveying work on the late John Peningtons farm The farm contains about 60 acres 25 acres out of the same togeth er the building thereon Mr Pen ington in his will bequeathed to his wife and the balance to his heirs Mrs Penington wished to buy the heir out Judge Herriford and daughter Miss Laura f 0f Burkesville were here visiting the family of C M Herriford a few days ago ROWES X ROADS Miss Effie Stapp lost a fine horse this week Logan Chapman is down with fever Farmers are prepar ngforano- ther wheat crop Brother Etherton wife and Rev Lawson closed a meeting at Melson Ridge with 36 conver tions Surely times will be bet ter on the Ridge A meeting is now in progress at Greasy Creek with Rev James Sullivan assisting Good results are expected 1 The United Brethren Institute at Red Lick was all that heart could desire The attendance was large and general interest manifestedBros I ta and Adkins are in a great meeting at Liberty Church tins week There bay eenquite a number pf conver lions i sf rrv ifi 3 WJPyMill SOAR 1CG- av MILLWRIGHTS MACHINISTS Flour and Cement Mills Distilleries ANt ROCK JrJOBBING WORK SOLICITED MACHINERY DEALERS ti3 M Sheet Iron and Tank Work 1301 ThirteenthMain Sfs Louisville K entu ckyI Lebanon Steam Laundry a REED MILLER COLUMBIA AGENTS FOR THIS SECTION This one of the Best an most Reliable Landries in the State If Send them your linen and the work will be promptly and neatly executed E g W R Johnson Prop LEBANON KENTUCKY J H SMITH GEO H FELL STOP AT THE T 1HOTELSmith Nell Props This Hotel was formerly known as the jVIAKCUJVI HOTEL The Largest and Best Hotel in Green River Section s H The above named firm has just purchased it and it will be run in firstclass style H Rooms clean and the table supplied with the best the market affords Traveling trade solicited Goltirnfoia Kentucky 1 i e LUMBER WfNTED We are in tlie market tor Lumber at our Columbia- Yard We oive fair In- V spedtion and gat IHOl16stYGash prices Give us a Stand Saw Mill Go B F RfK STR WIMana06rE fl NEWBERRY Yarn Forem I 1 i 77l 7I in ni inmiji-r K ColumbiaGampbellsvillcStagc IREDUCED RATES 0 From now until further notice the fare from Columbia to Campbellsville will be CtkMhia It Cap bdlmlk IM Mai Trip 151 4 Cue ray t CuMie svIIk 75c nEw CISIUST LASS kACCIJIIIUTIIIL IE lE IE IE IE IE IE iE IE IE fE IIi J B BARBEE Propr m I IT 1 NESS AND SOUTHERN HOME 1ClI f f 1 t r 43y t