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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rSr t Irr J k 38 J 7 I t ITLFF2i t balf onn tI 51 I r 1 9 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1906 NUMBER 43 DIRECTORY 0 IPOST OFFICE J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY t Office hours week days 730 L m to 830 P m COURT t CIRCUIT COURT Three sessions a tearThlrd Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit TudgeH C Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A Huddleston SheriffW B Patteson Circuit ClerkJ F Neat COUNTY COUBT First Monday In each month Judge Junius Hancock County Attorney G P Smythe ClerkT R Stulti T siIerA W Tarter AssessorG W Pike SurveyorW M McCubbint School Supt Mrs G R Sheltan CoronerC W Rowe CITY COUR- TMayorCapt W W Bradshaw JudgeAttorneyGordon Montgomery MarshalS C Strange CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN BURKESVILLE STREETRev W C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool at 9 a m every Sabbath Prayermeeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BUHKESVILTE STREET Rev A it Kasey pastor Services lit 2nd and 3rd Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday nightBAPTIST GREENSBURG STREET pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayermeeti Wednesday night CHRISTIAN- GAIPBELLSVILLE PiKEEld ZT Williams past or Services second and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 Wednesday nightn m Prayermeeting LODGE MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A M egnlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery W M E G Atkins Secretary COLUMBIA CUAPTER R A1L No 7 meets Frilay night after fall moor SAM LEWIS HP Horace Jeffries Secretary COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month E G ATKINS T L M T R STULTS RECOR- DERJAMES TRIPLET DENTIST t RESIDENT PHONE 29 OFFICE PHONE 40 RING 2 IQTOFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK c3J1113I K ZV rJ Dr O S Dunbar DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky WeE LkesteiI DrfiTI51 Jamestown hrll SHLMORE I4OTJAC I ratslaw Table Good gamplo flOon1Gr Cect Stable Reasonable Iratey W Iv1wiLNOReFRO Gradyville Ke a tucK y l2 t i THE GUPTONVAUGHAN TROUBLE There hxas been so many different reports about a little difficulty that oc curred at Greensburg a few days ago we reproduce the statement published by the Record in that town in order that the friends of the parties who were envolved may know the fact The Records statement is far different from reports that reached here putting all the blame upon Mr Vaughan Our town was startled Monday morning by breach of peace proceedings in which rocks a penknife and a Mauser carbine figured prominently in the hands of the most unsuspected persons The testimony revealed the fact that the penknife was used in self de fence by Clarence Vaughan against D E Gupton armed with rocks who was the aggressor The Mauser was brought forth by John Vaughan when he saw D E Gupton following his brother The younger Gupton was cut on the left shoulder blade and a slight scratch like cut extending from above the left ear down behind the ear and round under the jaw to below the chin The charge against John Vaughn were not upheld by jury those against the elder Gupto and Clarence Vaughan were dismissed while David Gupton confessed judg ment The primary cause of the trouble was the night previous when Clarenc used language at which David tool offense CUMBERLAND COUNTY FAIR A great many Adair county peopl ittended the Fair at Burkesville last week reporting that it was a success in every particular With the exception of the first day the attendance was ThursdayIon the grounds The very best of order prevailed thoughout the entire exhibition and the cordial greetings of old friends brought smiles to man faces The people of Burkesville and vicinty are known for their hospitality and upon this occasion the latch string at every door was upon the outside The residents of Columbia who were in attendance are loud in their praise yf the people of Burkesville and Cumberland county The officers of the Association extended many courticies md it goes without saying the king treatment received was highly appreciated This was the first exhibition for Cunibdrland county and its success is a guarantee of an annual show All honor to this moral exhibition and the instigators of it SHOOTING IN METCALFE COUNTY Last Tuesday an old feud between harley Elmore and Logan Frodge near the Adair line in Metcalfe county iras renewed and Frodge was shot and seriously wounded It occurred near where liquor is being sold and it is said Frodge was drunk He fired twice at Elmore before the fires were returned Elmore gave himself up and has secured Mr Rollin Hurt to defend him 4 At very serious accident occurred near Sulphur Spring Russell county a few days ago Larkin Floyd G P Raskins and Hansford Foley were running a sawmilt Something went rrong with the machinery The engine was stopped and Mr Floyd made n investigation ffii ding the steam In tune out of repair Thinking he had Itmelted the trouble the engine was again started lit scfew minutes the boil bursted throwing the engine across the sawca11 badly scalding four men Themill cannot be repaired 1The people at the Burkesville Fair were delighted witlidhe music furnishr edbythe Columbia Brass Band Rep jsenatives of Celina TSnhV who were present tried induced the boys to go to their place and make musicV for the Fair to beheld it that place r v1f c IYI rY r wFat f 1 F YS J f1 i III1 C rtt I l r JUDGE H C BAKER I J O RUSSELL r President Board TrusteesSecretaryr Columbia M F High School T 51ST YEAR L PREPARES FOR BUSINESS TEACHING AND COLLEGE I MUSIC DEPARTMENT In charge of C Fredric Ohlenmacheiv who as a Teacher of Music has no superiors and few equals x in this section of the State DPARTMENT Charge Baker a Academy Cincinnati Competent Teachers in Every Department VHvi ofSchoDI- a v t Two Good Boarding Homes on the College Campus in Charge of11rs R W ShirleyI r RATES VERY REASONABLE IJail Term Began Monday Septmeber 3rd Enrole NOW It al IIICOLUMBIA = = = = = = KENTUCKY I m Ui i f 1Bi a 1 I In To Be Given Away To the first person sending us the greatest number of English words made from I contained in the name Montenegro Riehm Music Co in accordance with Ibelow will give a beautiful p 4OO 00GROUP ATo of the twentyfive persons sending to us the number of words next nearest to the prize winner we will issue a certificate entitling the holder to a credit of 100 on any new piano in our stock THE Will of Miss Sallie recently in the of t gf Absolutely Free v the lettersIed we each HAINES BROS PIANO- ABkOLUTELY GROUP BTo each of the persons sending number of words next nearest Group we will issue certificate the to credit of 75 piano in our T CONDITIONS I IThe words must be miie of letters container in the nama MontenegrbRiehm Music Co and no words will be considered unties found in Websters International Dictionary 2No letter shall be used nose timas in any one word than it occurs in the name MontenegroRiehm Music Co 3 Names of places and persons proper names plurals and abreviations must not be used 4Relatives our employes and members of their families will not be permited to compete The contest Ivopen to all others in Indiana Kentucky and Tennessee 5 Certificates will be applied on purchase of any new piano bought of us from September 15 to date of piration 6The certificate may be applied as part payment and the balence pam easy enstallments if desired 7Onlyy one certificate applied one sale and be surrendered at time of purchase SIf you own piano and do not need the certificate yourself you are at liberty to transfer your certificate to another by having the transfer made in our office and properly endorsed by us 9Arrange your list of words alphabetically state the number of words your list contains sign your full name and address plainly written and then mail or send to us marked Word Contest Dept decision as to the winner will be announced and notified within five days after the contest closes 18 IPContest closes and all answers must be delivered at our store by September 8 1909 6 p m Brack weeks F FREE GROUP CTo persons seyentyfieI wbrds nearest Groan issue holder credit piano our Judges ContestT- he following wellknown gentlemen decide pastor Church- J ESCOTT W Editor Times is Chance Place your WHY WR DO IT lo I they of putting name Montenegro Riehm Music CD permanently the people of Rantucky Inlirna and that Qvei IFor purpose and that be minds of all that when word home and child the sehold may be familiar with our name may Impressed wlll nce bring mind MontenegroRlehI1 MUSIC CO asthe best pianos mast prices canIPIANO IS but shown We bili this ofiandassured being not honorably manner be obtained and where aU are will the most lasting and tue best our thoroughly familiar the public IVM nom QRng c COst Lexlniton 143143 W 1ainy fourth Iw G8nS Ot r bV Mr Collins has astalk of corn and to its length there is telling When Mr Collins reported it he to the qave M Cravens durg store and said there were two ears on about that high He will probably use a ladder ingathering the crop r 2ii ti tJ c Prizes the a entitling holder a any I i i There be another hardware and grocery store in Mr Massie will stock the room adjoining Mr Sinclairs wholesale business will be ready for business a few Mr IT J Rasnerwill f conduct the meat department f J i N d jl6J = 7 F Y R ir 1ft Jm c i f rD i I ART be in Student Art I r v I fifty us A on new stock is ex on on a LThe is Ed He I I each of the sending to us the next to a certificate entitling the to a of on any new in stock J so at t Pf be name of in 1r r 50 The Creek Associa tion will convene at Gradyville the 12th of September and will continue in ses sion thee days Therejs n ta more hospitable community iri Adair county and who will attend expect well entertained i i S 1c fti 4 k pr t J o of of Louisville will contest REV H G OGDEN of Trinity M E S lPresident Southern National Bank R BROWN Managing The Here your to Ia piano in home Without Cost the before Tennessee an lion It strongly on the mentioned to easonable of treated also every ve to 1 r as no looked up it j oI to so to Columbia 0 tt f I Russells Baptist all may vtb 1 be i fi the Louisville the the the courtesy tBeSides the vfolaters of the internal Jevenuelaw reported in last weeks paper US MarsHal Cundfff made th following arrest Chas Bradshaw and I r Aaron Cravens colored SallieN iAken white They Ayereicarriedt with three others to Louisvillelv vp- t r x fi iX i 1 t 1It vtcY1 ftc J f q Itf x r t iraXr rc 4 I tj J Il II Tt l X t i i FHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 5 1906 4 EVERY PROMISE TO BE FULFILLED Kentucky State Fair at Louis lle September 1722 It Excursion Rates On All RailIroads for the Fair Kentuckys Citizens Proudof Her Achievements f Purses of 600 For the Daily Trotting Races Live Stock Exhibits to 4 Eclipse All Previous FairsFloral f I Hall a Thing of Beauty The work of classifying and ar ranging exhibits for the Kentucky State Fair which will be held in Louisville during the week of Septem ber 1722 is now well under way and every indication points to the success of the Fair which will bring an added glory to the State and present Kent tuckys products to the world in a most attractive form The Fair will be held at Churchill Downs the property of the New Louis- vIlle Jockey Club over whose classic course the most famous thoroughbreds that this country has ever known have raced Many improvements are being wrought at this beautiful spot and when the gates are thronw open on the first day of the Fair a bewildering scene of beauty will be presented to the eye An immense glass building to be known as Horticultural Hall will be filled with the choicest selec tions from the florists hothouses Kentuckys products of tobacco wheat and corn will be displayed in their best form There will be hundreds of interesting and instructive exhibits for the farmers who have come to see and learn and exchange ideas with their neighbors- In the womans department there will be splendid speciments of needle work and the housewife will find choice lot of jams and preserves which sould delight the eye as well as the palate In front of the grand stand the kings and queens of the horse world will be on parade There will be the fashionable fivegaited saddlers while the walk trot and canter horses with their docked tails will be in contrast with the more showy American sad- dlers with their long beautiful waving tailsIn the cattle sheds there will be splendid specimens of Herefords Polled Durhams and other beef cat tIe while in others there will be the sleek and mildeyed Jersey and other classes of dairy cattle In another section of the ground will be quar tered the togs and a splendid repre sentation of every breed will be in the pens reserved for their use In still another part will be the snowfleeced sheep the Southdowns the Merinos Shropshires and other standard breeds Farm Implements The agriculturist will be greatly in terested m the big exhibits of farm ing implements and machinery The latest inventions in machines will be there to be closely examined and their working explained by experts The space for general exhibits is gen erously provided for on the grounds nnd the managers have seen to it that the Fair will be a credit to the State and worthy of Kentucky granted as the most favored by nature of the States of the Union The patriotism of every son and daughter of Kentucky should be aroused by the State Fair Though later than her sister States of Ohio Indiana and Illinois in providing for this annual exhibi tion the State government has now done its part and it will be the pleas ure and duty of every son of the t Commonwealth to build up the State Fair until it stands where it belongs at the head of all State Fairsby sending products of field and farm horse caUle and by coming himself to see whir t Kentucky has produced ITlie State will be represented by the best Kentucky has to exhibit to the world and the world will be there to t Vsee what the State is doing along the lines of progress The State Fair is an educator helping the farmer and stockbreeder to improve his methods theIJ world in what Kentucky has to offer Kentucky has reason to be proud of its achievements and the State Fair should be made a gala occasion The ia railroads are offering greatly reduced rates from every part of Kentucky The State Fair management has pro vided entertainment amusement and instruction for every one who attends and it is expected that the benefits accruing from this great exhibition ttwill be of lasting value to every I couflty in the State Full Information in regard to the prize list for any department of the Falr can be had from J B Bowles Secretaryat Fourjii and Main streets i Louisville Ky Over 25000 has been i offered in purses and premiums it be Ing by far the largest amount that has i7ever been offered ata Kentucky State t jjjlTalr Four races will be on the pro gram each afternoon one for trotters r pacers and three for running horses PUSS In the running races will be 250 each and in the harness races xftGOO each Scoresof outside aitrar r 1t J 4 4t1rn i 4 k tions have been provided including fifteen shows of a prominent carnival company all of which will be abso lately moral Music will be furnished prominenceigive special concerts each evening Childrens Author Dies Skowhegan Me Aug 18Rebecca S Clark better known as Sophia May writer of many books for chil dren died at Norridgewock at the age of 73 years IMinnesota Bank Robbed Aug 22The bank of Mentor Iinn was burglar ized early Tuesday The robbers blew open the safe with nitroglycerin and secured 1200 in cash The burglars escaped NEWS IN A NUTSHELL The large kitchen at the national soldiers home near Hampton Val was completely destroyed by fire The Pulajane insurrection in the Island of Samar Philippine islands is believed to be about stamped out In connection with the attempt on the life of Gov Gen Skallon at War saw 28 arrests have been made on suspicionDemocratic leaders of Kansas are trying to secure the participation of William J Bryan in the coming state campaign PaulO Stensland defaulting president of the Milwaukee Avenue State bank of Chicago is thought to have been in Colusa Cal- M Zaimis who was prime minister to Greece in 1901 has been appointed governor of Crete in succession tq Prince George of Greece- A western Ohio interurban car jumped the track while going at full speed at Cridersville 0 killing three persons and injuring over 20 The managing director of the Tan ganyika Railroad company writes to the London Times denying that John D Rockefeller is financing the rail wayThe secretary of the treasury has instructed the treasurer that when unable to meet all demands for smal1 fills to send ones and twos in prefer ence to fives- Articles of incorporation were filed in South Dakota for the Sioux City Pierre Northwestern railway The line is to run from Sioux City to Pierre thence to Minneapolis Floods in Arizona and southern parts of California as a result of cloudbursts have completely tied up the transContinental lines of the Santa Fe and Southern Pacific Baron Rosen the Russian ambassa dor informed the state department that the Russian government will use its navy to prevent the importation of explosives and firearms into Russia Severe thunderstorms and hail storms occurred in many parts of Austria and Hungary A great deal of snow fell in the Alps and many tourists are snowed up in shelter huts It is announced that the Santa Fe railway has voluntarily granted its 1 000 telegraph operators Chicago to El Paso an increase of wages averaging about four dollars a man effective at onceA of cars escaped from thtt Cheyenne freight yards and was trainIof the cars were demolished Alex Messick the engineer was scalded to death NEGRO CONVICTS KILL GUARD Cut White Mans Throat with Knife and Escape from Stockade Charleston S C Aug 17Feign ing illness three negroes Alonzo Goodwin Hammond Wilson and George Kenny convicts serving long terms on the chain gang near Ashley Junction remained in the stockade Thursday Having asked for water they seized and overpowered H C Stello the white guard and cut his throat with a butcher knife Two trusties at the stockade were locked in by the men who donned civilian clothing and escaped into the nearby swamps EARTHQUAKES CAUSE ANXIETY FiftyOne Distinct Shocks on St Lucia in Eight Hours Kingston Island of St Vincent Aug 17An earthquake was experi enced here the night of August 14 and several shocks and tremors were felt on the Island of St Lucia There were four shocks here the night of August 2 and on the Island of St Lu cia within the space of eight hours there were 51 distinct shocks The continuous nature of the earth tremors since the severe shock of last February chiefly in St Lucia is causing conslderabel anxiety Well Known Broker Dies Cincinnati Aug 17Pltts H Burt a broker and brother of Gen S Burt U S A retired died at his home in this city aged 69 years He was man ager for Dominick DOminick held the first certificate in the Cincinnati Stock exchange and was widely known Negro Murderer Hanged Louisville Ky Aug18JolePh JoHnBton a negro who murdered hill wItewu hanged here Friday t iS 14 TOWN OF muni CHrIRELYiN RUINS CITY OF 10000 POPULATION NEAR VALPARAISO IS COMPLETELY DESTROYED ANOTHER SHOCK FELT IN THE LATTER CITY Latest Advices Say Dead Number 2000 Few Houses in Condition for HabitationEarthquake An nounced Two Days in Advance Lima Peru Aug 22Tl1ere was another heavy earthquake shock at Val nightI reports reoI scene of the Quillota situated about 26 miles from Valparaiso and having a population of some 10000 souls has been completely destroyed IAt Lima Tuesday morning there a slight shock and IIuacho was shaken by an earthquake Monday Few Houses Habitable Santiago Chili Ani220nlYlow can the seriousness of the earthquake catastrophe begin to be appreciated The greater part of the modern houses here are unsafe for habitation and the authorities have organized a spe cial corps to pull down the tottering buildings In most of the streets it is not safe to walk an the pavement owing to falling debris Advices from Valparaiso indicate the dead there number 2000- Santiago resembles a camp The public squares and the principal aye nues ire crowded with people sleeping In the open All kinds of carriages and carts have been requisitioned to sleep in or even under them The night of Aug 16 was rendered dreadful by flashing lightning and pouring rain the electric cables and wires snapping as a result of the con stant strong earth shocks which oc- CUlTed all that night causing the greatest consternation which was heightened by the pealing of the fire bells announcing the breaking out of fires in various quarters of the city Each earth shock was followed by wails and prayers from the people who were kneeling in the rain and mudShock Lasts Nearly Five Minutes The first great shock lasted four longIchurches to ring pictures swung out from the walls and there was a great heaving motion of the ground Ex perts say that the only thing which saved Santiago from complete ruin TheIto Santiago and Meripilla with its center at Limnche The last two men tioned towns were destroyed as also were Quillota and Llaillai The statement that the approach of the earthquake was announced by the naval observatory at Valparaiso two days previous to its occurrence is con firmed The news was published in the Chilian press on Wednesday Aug 15 the day before the earthquake oc curred Santiago is still practically isolated telegraphically from all other parts of Chili but an improvised line to Los Andes connecting with the European cables is working No really definite news has yet been received here from Valparaiso except the governors offi mal report to the president outlining the situation and adding that he earn estly requests reenforcements of troops which were sent to him by forced marches Food Plentiful Water Short The governor informed the presi dent that he had caused the construction of sheds in Brazil avenue in or der to shelter the homeless families He estimated that the quantity of pro visions on the way to Valparaiso and the stock on hand there would be sufficient to last a month The water supply however is short owing to the destruction of the waterworks He calculated that two weeks must elapse before traffic would be restored in some of the streets The only illumination of Valparaiso at night is that furnished by the burn ing buildings Difficulty is experienced in burying the bodies of the dead owing to the panic prevailing Difficulty in Aiding Wounded The authorities of Valparaiso also have to contend with serious difficulties in succoring the wounded owing to the fact that all the drug stores apparently were destroyed and that ome time elapsed before medical sup plies from this city reached the strick en port The state of affairs existing in Val paraiso furnishes serious outlook for Santiago since many of the homeless people at the former place will un doubtedly make their way here and there is not sufficient accommodation or food in this city for the destitute people of Santiago The lighting and fuel question is also growing more serious here since no coal can be brought to Santiago owing tD the rail road being damaged north and south of this city The uncertainty as to what floe curring elsewhere in Chili and the almost complete isolation of Santiago oiabiried with the continuing earth jokt 4i i Pt i shocks are terribly trying and render the people almost desperate- A dispatch received here trom Limache says that 100 boaies there remain unburied and that the authori ties up to the present time have only been able to bury 200 Released Outlaws Rearrested Lansing Kan Aug 22Four mem bers of an outlaw gang that for several years terrorized southern Missouri and the northern portion of the Indian territory James Blackburn D D Kelley James Wallace and Nicho las Garner were rearrested here at the penitentiary gates from which they had just been released They will be taken to Dent county Missouri where they are wanted for alleged complicity in a robbery committed six years ago Lake Freighter Ashore DUluth Minn Aug 22The steam er Frank H Peavey of the Peavey Steamship company one of the larg est of the lake freighters is hard ashore at Gooseberry river on the north shore about 50 miles from Duluth A heavy fog prevailed at this end of Lake Superior and she lost her course going in shortly after midnight Several passengers are on board but in no danger THE MARKETS Grain Provisions Etc- Chicago Aug 21 FLOUREasy Spring wheat special brands 460tH70 Minnesota hard pat ent jute 400tT420 straight export bags 315gMOO clear export bags 3000325 WHEAT Uneven September 70T3I 71c May TSkgTSgC CORN Dull September 4S4S14c May 4545c OATSDull September 2930c De cember 32f334c- BUTTERSteady Creamery per lb 15g23c dairies 14lSc EGGSFirm Fresh eggs at mark new cases included 14c per dozen prime firsts 16 c extras lSc LIVE POULTRY Steady Turkeys per lb 12c chickens fowls per lb lie ducks lligll c New York Aug 21 FLOURQuiet and unchanged WHEAT Quiet September 7SS7Sc December 81ttSlc May 8484c RYE Nominal No 2 western 62c nom inal c f New York CORNDull and without transactions Live Stock Chicago Aug 21 CATTLEGood to fancy steers 57fi 675 common to good steers 4CO575 in ferior to common steers 3SO4 60 western range steers 400500 good to fancy cows and heifers 3755555 yearlings good to choice 450600 fair to choice feeders 375g425 good cutting to fair beef cows 240320 fair to choice stock ers 300390 bulls common to good 225 410 bulls good to choice 410450 calves fair to good 300 600 calves good to choice 625 g7G5 HOGSGood to choice butcher 63519 650 good to choice shipping 635G571 good to choice heavy mixed 620SG30 rough to heavy packers 5SOGOO light mixed 620645 fair to fancy light 630 fj660 good to prime heavy G30645 good to choice pigs 550625 Omaha Neb Aug 21 CATTLEMarket best steady others lower Native steers 425 G25 cows and heifers 300500 western steers 325f1 525 Texas steers 300425 cows and heifers 2003S5 canners 15027a stockers and feeders 275j435 calves S300575 bulls and stags 200400 HOGS Market weak to 510c lower ltghtI5JOfG05 SHEEP Market steady Yearlings fS251i600 wethers 465525 ewes tOOp 190 lambs 05011750 JURY DISAGREES In Marcum CaseStood Eight for Con AcquittalIBeattyville KyThe jury in the trial of French Abner and Smith charged with the murder of James B Marcum was discharged by Judge Dorsey with eight for conviction and four for acquittal The jury reported to the court that it would be impos sible for it to agree even if it deliber ated a week longer For eight hours the jurors were out and each ballot- was the same from the start Seven of those for conviction were from Pow eil county and the other from Lee county This has been the greatest victory yet won by the commonwealth in any of the Breathitt county feud cases Mrs Marcum and the attor neys for the prosecution expressed sat isfaction at the result of the trial All of the defendants were required to ex ecute new bonds in the sum of 10 000 each for their appearance here in November This viIi have little ef fect the prosecution says so far as Smith and Abner are concerned as they are now being held without bail for the alleged murder of Dr B D Coy PLAYED CARDS Lost 2000 Stole 5300 More and Fled It Is Alleged Paducah KyPlil Abbott teller of the AmericanGerman national bank has disappeared and the bank is believed to be out 7300 A few days ago he was granted a vacation Fail ing to return at the appointed time President George C Thompson began an investigation and it is said found the shortage President Thomp sons theory is that Abbott lost about 2000 of the banks money playing cards and knowing ihe could not make Itgood took 5300 in cash when he left The bank was secured by a bonding company which has an agent after Abbott The teller was one of the most prominent young men in Padu cah and had been with the bank two tears v ti t i L riV 4 t REVOLT IN CUBA- GRJVIINGSERIOUS REBELS REPORTED VICTORIOUS IN SERIOUS BATTLE IN PINAR DEL RIO ATTACK ON AMERICANi RESIDENTS PLANNED Hope Is to Force Intervention of United StatesGen Gomez Once Candidate for Presidency Joins Insurrectionists revortedIfought in Pinar del Rio in which the government was defeated Consider able lqsb 3 on both sides are reported That another engagement will occur there she my seems likely ReAiijrcfuients are being hurried to the iiovince by the government Plan to Attack Americans There is danger in the present situation for American residents in the island The plan of the revolutionists is to force intervention by the United States For that reason Americans are marked for attack AmericanS planters in remote provinces tening to the cities to escape falling into the hands of the revolutionists If the revolutionists cannot force intervention by the United States in any other way it is asserted they will enter on a programme of burning the property of American resi dents to bring about the result they desireCommerce has been paralyzed in the western provinces through fear that the rebels will resort to pil laging Army Marches on City The revolution is growing so swift ly and has already reached such pro portions that the government officials are filled with consternation Gen Guerra is reported to be march ing upon Pinar del Rio at the head of more than 2000 men As there are only 300 government troops in that city it is expected that he will easily capture the town and the weak de fensesAnother report that causes serious concern to the government states that Jose Miguel Gomez a relative of the great Gen Gomez and a noted com mander himself in the last war for Cuban independence has joined the revolt against the Palma regime and is organizing an insurrection in Sanctus Spiritus He is reported have a force of 1000 men all veterans of the Cuban wars and all wen armed He was a candidate for the presidency against Palma Insurrections are reported also in Cardenos Guines and Guanajay The first important formal battle was fought near Hoyo Colorado wherein Lieut Roque of the rurales was killed and a number of others were wounded Eight rurales were captured The combat took place with Quentin Banderas an insurgent general Gen Imilo Nunez goernor of the province of Havana led the gay ernment forces The guards after a stiff fight dis persed the rebels but were not strong enough to follow up their advantage The rebels reassembled and camped three miles from Hoyo Colorado One hundred troops were later sent against Banderas force which numbers 150 and is well armed Sends Trccps Against Rebels President Palma has issued a de cree incieasing the rurale guard force by 2000 men It is reported that Secretary of Public Works Mpntalvo has been placed in command- Many people are coming into Hay- ana fearing to remain in the coun tryA band of about a dozen armed insurgents while endeavoring to pass unobserved near the city waterworks at Paletino Monday night were or dered to halt They replied with a volley and then disappeared The authorities are endeavoring to prevail upon young men to volunteer here for service in the rural guard Dispatches received from Pinar dellWill Not Interfere Washington Aug 22There is no disposition on the part of the state department to interfere in Cuban rev olutionary affairs The departmentis without information concerning the unsettled condition in Cuba aside from press dispatches and the dispatch received Monday from the American charge d affaires at Havana The department regards the island repub lie as fully capable of protecting it self against the insurrectionists Storm at Vesuvius Causes Scare Naples Aug 22Aviolent storm Monday caused thick clouds of ashes from Mount Vesuvius to fall over Naples causing great alarm among the inhabitants who feared another erup tioqoJ the volcano but their fears were calmed on the receipt of a telegram from Prof Matteucci sent from the observatory of Vesuvius inform ing the authorities here that the vol cano was perfectly calm In1aytlCape22Av- iceS received here from Gu yabin Santo Domingo say that Gen Guel c t t if i ps a2 4i lito at the head of 900 revolutionists has left Dajabon to join the troops of Gen Navarro and make an attack upon Monte Cristi The government of Santo Domingo has sent 1200 men from Moca against the revolutionists It is believed that a desperate civd war will follow Marcum Announces Catlettsburg KyCOl T D Mar cum of this place has announced his candidacy for congress from the Ninth Congressional district Col Marcum is a lifelong democrat an exUnion soldier and o good campaigner This section of the district is for him Two Deaths at Louisville Louisville KyPatrick McCarthy a stonemason 32 was overcome by heat at his home He soon died George Renn 45 a barkeeper died of heart trouble superinduced by the heat Peter Schaefer a carpenter was pros trated at Oakdale Probing a Killing Louisville KyHarry Jenkins who is supposed to have some knowledge of if he did not actually fire the shots that killed Fred Baker has been arrested Willie Little Bakers stepson was also taken into custody iKnifed His Brother Russellville KyIn a general scuffle in a box car at Adairville over a game of dice a negro Gold Boyd ran a knife into his brother Will who is fatally hurt Gold Boyd claims it was an accident J R Barr Dead Lexington KyJ Rogers Barr gen eral manager of the Lexington Eastern road died after long illness of pleural trouble He was the son of Judge John Barr of Louisville and was one of the most prominent rail road men in the state- Changed the Date Eminence KyBy order of Col W FourthIwas Sparta on September 12 has been changed to Friday September 14 jTwo Candidates Withdrew Nicholasville KyAt the eleventh hour J Williard Mitchell of Jessa mine and James Hamilton of Garrard entered the race for congressman from this the Eighth district but at a meeting of the executive committee both withdrew ICHURCH BURIAL FORBIDDEN And No Explanation Has Been Made By the Bishop- Louisville KyA sensation was created at the funeral of Spalding Coleman one of the most prominent citi- ens of Louisville who died suddenly and whose funeral was announced to take place from the St Louis Bertrand church After the body had been borne into the church and placed at the foot of the altar railing Father Flynn advanced to the middle of the altar and announced that by orders of Right Rev Bishop William George McClos key the funeral had been forbidden to be held in the church The edifice lone of the laigest in Louisville was filled to overflowing The mayor and his cabinet and all of the city officials were present Mr Coleman having been a member of the board of public worksRelatives of Mr Coleman went into the sacristry to find out the cause ofj the order but the Dominican priests could only say that the bishop had made the order and it was their duty to obey They said Mr Coleman was one of the most devout members of the congregation and had been to communion only two weeks ago The funeral procession moved in silence from the Catholic church to St An drews Protestant Episcopal church where the services for the dead were read by Rev Frank Hardy assistant rector who also said prayers at the choirpTlc 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 remedy isDr Kings NewLIfe Pills Guaranteed to cure all diseases due to malaria poison and constipation 25c at T E Paulls drugstore Farmers who are using Paris green to destroy tobacco worms shoulk be very careful in hand ling the poison A few days ago Ed Rose a tenant on the farm of B F Buckley near Paris took home a package of Paris green blrthesulting in Mr Buckley losing two valuable registered Shorthorn cows which ate the grass and died in a few hours1 Mr Buckley says stock is very fond of Paris green and will eat in bulk or if scattered on the grornd will graze on it this being especially true of horses J 1 I T j 7 t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBERS 1906 j r Fine Berkshire Hogs E Send s WITHIW3 HAVE SELECTED great care and now one of the finest herds of ever brought to this county TheycDma di raet from Vanderbilts fam ous BlLTMORE STRAINIIThe leader SixV822 I is a boar of fine individuality 12 months old and is registered in the AMERICAN BERKSHIRE ASSN Springfield 111 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 a few weeks We are located one mile from Columbia on Stanford roadI Harris Brost a Columbia JOHN A HARRIS ERNEST HARRIS k i CARRY ALL IN Dehler ro ers7r116 Market St Louisville for Catalogue own Bcchices L9YAL II HEIGHTS kfo tif jt rJ JLu fi t uLwrcL pun FENCl SiArlD E DIArE m SIX HEIGHts tI rli n t t o P r I Buggiesart J Ii i2apriHs Winter Oats and AH Kinds of Seek For Sale t L11PIIELPS I j Jamestown Kentucky =L r Nia = = u O 7 Enterprise Hotel = Chas F Gans Bro Props sr 223243 W Market St Bet Floyd and Preston i Louisville Kentucky DatY t Absolute satisfaction guaranteed Special rates to Boarders The Louisville TrustSouthwest Gorge Company Fifth and Market LOUISVILLE KT5T Acts as Executor Administrator Trustee Guardian Assignee etc and as agent and attorney in fact of inexperienced persons and of Benevolent and Religious Institutions and Orders and in fact fills every position of trust that can be held by an individual Rents Safe Deposit Boxes or Drawers in the largest and strongest fireproof and burg larproof vaults in the entire Soutn Take3 care of Silverware and other valuable propertY in its capacious fireproof storagevaults Pays interestondeposits in its Savings Department and compounds the interestsem nnually Takes charge of real estate collects rents pays taxes insurance etc and mekes ysale of improved and unimpaoved prperty Acts as agent and attorney for nonresidents Man agement of estates a specialty Acts as Trustse R3gistar and Transfer Agent for railroads and other corporations and and as Fiscal Agent for the payment of coupons Depository for Trustees Guardians Executors Administrators and fiduciaries DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IeFURNITURE CHAIRS AND MATTRESSES 627 WEST BET Y1 Kwi t I I FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION t E A Gullion of New Castle Henry County Announces His CandidacyI Facts Upon Which He Relies For Support Former Superin tendent and Teacher Ex President of Kentucky Educational Association WhatProm- inent School Men Say CASTLE KY Aug 18 1906 INEW Voters of Kentucky I am a candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction in Kentucky and ask you to nominate me for that most j l r T ErA GULLION I 1 t honorable position at the Democratic j Paxyto beheld November 6 It is proper that tshould state vsqftfe facts shout Myselftn order that Demo Brats may determine if 1 am woitljgrapd t THE REI OR WATIOM Of A RUNTY Vy Irhe following statement jtfst re from Carrollton Ky x To the Democratic Voters of Ken tucky Havinglearned that E A Gullion a former citizen of our Carroll county is a candidate for the very important office of Super intendent of Public Instruction we desire to commend him to your favorable consideration During a term of sixteen years Mr Guilion was Superintendent of Common Schools for Carroll county and it is with pride that we say he administered the office with signal ability He raised the standard of scholarship among teacher and created a public enthuiasm the1 cause of education that led to an immense improvement of the schools Indeed the schools of Carroll county were placed on such a high plane that we pointed to them with pride knowing them to be unsurpassed by any other schools There was a correspond ICing improvement during his in cumbency in houses furnishings and apparatus In short there was substantial in all educational mattersa reformation revivalII Mr Gullion has had liberal perience in both teaching and exI perintending and is abreast of times in methods andagencies His knowledge of the common school system as well as of the rights and duties of officers patrons and pupils is not merely theoreti cal but thoroughly Withal he has the power to arouseI enthusiasm being an enthuisiast himself in the matter of common school education We were county officers during all ff or part of the time he was Superintendent and are familiar with his work while in office byIcounty officials who were then in office also by the present officers and bankers Every citizen of that county would sign r 1 i J it if requestedII have taught in schools ranging from the common school in the beech woods to the lower classes in one of our leading colleges a IN THE K E A AND BEFORE LEGISLATURE For more than twenty years I have been attending the State Teachers Association and In 1S96 was president of that honorable body The published proceedings and addresses show that I was active in all movements for the betterment of public schools originating some of them This is particularly true as to the agitation for nor malschools longer school terms better shoolhouses modern equipment andcompulsory attendance As chair man of a Legislative Committee ap pointed by the Kentucky Educational Association I pressed upon the Gen eral Assembly divers amendments looking to those ends and procured their passage I am the author of the plan by which three and four months schools were abolished and wrote the amend ment that effectuated the plan The selfsame committee brought about most of the beneficial changes that have been made in the school law in the past fifteen years the result being agradual development of the common school system THE END NOT YET If nominated I shall be elected in which event Ishall devote whatever time and talent I have to the great cause in which are centered the dearest inter ests of the children and the Common wealth We shall make progress along all the lines indicated for a brighter era has evidently dawned It shall be my highest and most cherished ambition to foster and develop the States nor mal schools until they shall be adequate for all and good enough for the best unsurpassed by those of any otherState To better correlate common schools with high schools and high schools with colleges so as to unify our entire educational system will also be a matter for my best thought andeffort z WHAT SOME ABLE SCHOOL WftsjF aAY ce V l Many Prommeutschool men have brcomecandidacy Ftomibemass I seject a feir expressionsY M A C2ssi 1Ilqpublic school man eyer since you became a man you would know how to meet the problem of elementary and secondary education as few other men could and aboveall you would know how to get in touch with school officers and teachers You may quote me anywhere as being for you first last and all the timeHon Jas H Fuqua Superintendent of Public Instruction During your term of service as Superintendent of Carroll county you brought your schools to the highest degree of excellence Prof C A Leonard Supt Cynthi ana schools I hope you will announce at once and make a thorough canvass of the State fshall work for you Prof W H Bartholomew Principal Girls High School Louisville A friend of public instruction when the cause needed friends Gullion merits the honor of the Superintendency- Pres Jas K Patterson State College Lexington Without disparage ment to any other public man who has labored for the development of the ed ucational and material interests of the Commonwealth I say without reserve that I know of no man who has done better work than yourself Prof R M Shipp Supt Winches ter schools I shall do my best for you wherever I go although I do not know you personally I know from your reputation that you are worthy and capable I have no ax to grind Supt E W Weaver formerly of Bellevue and Paris schools now of Brooklyn N Y You are the best most enthusiastic and most practical school superintendent I have known A strong point in your favor is that you have come from the ground up Prof J T Gaines Principalc Louisville You are a member of the Old Guard Your service as a worker for better education of the masses has been unflagging and continuous You have in my opinion the ex act record and experience that test fit the man who ought to be chosen at this time formerlyIprincipal of Male High School Louisville Ihave long considered you one of the hardest workers and most effi cient advocates of good schools Vl e are now after a vigorous campaign of more than 20 years realizing the fruits ofofthe State Normal schools rf i t I IThe statements herein are not prompt a vainglorious spirit but are in tended to show and do show I submit that my experience has been such as to give me peculiar fitness for the most honorable office the people can bestow the State Superintendency The best commanders ually come up from the trenches Respectfully E A GULLION The death at Bowling Green last week of Mr E C Cooksey for many years connectedwith the newspapers of Bowling Green and Louisville removes from Kentucky newspaperdom one of the andbreadiest pens that has been con nected with the fraternity in the State in a generation Mr Cooksey although yet under forty was a victim of consump tion and for more than ten years had been afflicted with the dis ease Many men would long ago have given up the fight and laid down to die but Euc Cooksey was made of gamer stuff and fought bravely to prolong aI life that was sweet to him and a pleasure to those who knew him He is survived by a young wife who will have the tendesest sym pathy of everyone who ever had the pleasure of her husbands ac quaintance Glasgow Times a BRYAN AND THE CONVENTION lThere is no longer any ques tion that Bryans Southern re ception planned by Louisville Democrats will be as Southern 3 it Will be successful Re ctieaUyivpresents of the great majority of Southern Governors and Sen Congressldistrict and county leaders prom ise to be too numerous for men toh Louisville will furnish her full quota and the imoerar cy of Kentucky yill send repre sentative delegations from every county Next to Mr Bryans New York reception there will be no meeting in his honor corn parable in numbers eloquence or enthusiasm to that which Louisville has made possible nor will there be any other conven tion hall to compare with that of the First Regiment Armory which has equipped Louisville for the entertainment of the largest conventions to which pol itics religion or business can give rise Louisville is glad to have Mr Bryan and all the Democrats his coming will attract but it will not be content with one visit Louisville wants the next Dem ocratic National Convention and there is no better time or means for securing it than the occasion Mr Bryans reception will furn ish The Democrats of Louis yule have paved the way The press and the commercial organ izations of Louisville must do the rest Louisville Times KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Paris September 45 days Elizabethtown September 43 days Monticello September 114 days Glasgow September 124 days Falmouth September 2Q4 days Frightfully Burned Chas W Moore a machinist of Ford City Pa had his hand frightful ly burned in an electrical furnace He applied Buchlens Arnica Salve with usual result a quick and perfec cure Greatest healer on earth for Burns Wounds Sores Exzema and Piles druggistA 40t 2J l 4 F i Z- t dm iI p 14t 1tj t A BIG WHEAT FIELD Oklahoma farmers certainly farm on a farge scale A dis patch from Bliss Okla tells something about the harvesting of the wheat crop on ranch 101 This ranch contains 70000 acers This year 9000 acers were in wheat which is expected to yield 175000 bushels When this crop was ready to cut forty six har vesters each cutting a swath six feet wide were put to work Some of these swaths were a mile long Six threshing machines were set going followering the harvesters About 500 mules are used in this harvest and a perfect army of hands who eat and sleep on the fields Critically III Many people are critically illas a result of disturbance of their digestive functions and dont know it It you are suffering from dizziness heartburn irritabilityheadache waste no time but take Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It may be the means of warding off a dangerous sickness At any rate it will surely make your distressing dyspeptic symp toms disappear It is safe certain and pleasant Try it Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia and Page and Moore MoneybackU There has never been much prospect of the Republicans be ing able to hold their 1904 gains in Missouri but since Secretary Shaw has taken the stump there it is a chinch for the Democrats If President Roosovelt Win keep him on the stump in the doubt y fd states and congressional 4i tricts it win be a god send for the country in two ways for it Will keep Shaw awry f om the United Sm v re he would be CGF in the interest f r kdba lksrnd will or a PO o nunbefof Republican jrfiV Democratic ticket POKiTWMRACRAPBS A few hard cases are apfefiov make a lawyer casehardened t Its a wise dentist who is able to draw his own conclusionsy A wiles pointed remarks may keep her husbandon pins and needlesAny fool can write poetry but it takes a genius to fool an editor with it- Burglars who raid a dress makers establishment may v be train robbers The average man wastes a lot of time wondering why he isnt making more money It doesnt matter much if your sins find you out if theyll only keep quiet about it Occasionally the wires get crossed and a minister answers the call of somebody else to preachA isnt known so much by the company he keeps as the line of talk he hands out to his neighbors Somegirls are so constituted that they strangebman who glances at them is mix ious to start a flirtation Chica go News a Lively Tussle with that old enemy of the race Constipation ofnen ends in Appendicitis To avoid all serious trouble with Stomach Liver and Bowels take Dr Kings Nsw Life Pills They perfectly reg ulate these organs without pain or discomfort 25 cents at T E p ulrsif druggist x r I J t i v r i T j I I I t r I n v A 1It nJ tIV T f y u c r f r mEAD 41 COUOTrr KEWSr COLUMBIA j KY SEPTEMBER 5 1906 l Ihi dai x Qunkw IPublished Every Wednesday BY TilE Adair County News Compan INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent countes Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as oecond tasB mail matter WED SEPT 5 190 The reception to William J Bryan in Madison square Gar den New York was such as has been rarely if ever accorded to a privatejcitizen in the history of the United w States The garde was packed with 20000 people and the streets and avenues outside were choked for blocks vith other thousands who had gathei ed to see the distinguished Ne braskan Mr Bryan upon his entry to the hall was cheered for eight minutes His address vas preceded by speeches by Gcrv Folk of Missouri Mayor Tom L Johnson of Cleveland and Augustus Thomas of New York Mr Bryans speech was mor than one hour in duration and- touched largely on political is suesThe Executive Committee of I the State Development Association met in Louisville Monda and set October 10 11 and 12 as the tine for the Fifth State De ivelopment convention at Win- Chester Active preparation have begun in Winchester for the Convention and will be pusher from now until the meeting in October It promises to be the largest and most important gath ering of theYear in the State A plan for a parmanent organiza tion will be presented the con vention for adoption which it is believed will make the Associa tiona stronger organization ant give it greater power toward car rying out its objects The Democratic Executive Committee of the 11th Congress ional district of Kentucky is called to meet at Barbouryille Ky on Saturday September 8 marjlnerDemocratic candidate for Cong ress to be voted for at the regular November election 1906 J F HAWN Chairman Politics is discussed in Col umbia from early in the forenoon until bed time It is Beck ham arid McCreary Hager and Hays and Gullion arid Winfrey Each candidate has his followers and each supporter claims that his man will win in the primary The Elizabethtown News puts it about right when it says The Louisville Herald in a recent edi tonal gave the Republican party credit for the big crops this year Since the Republican party start ed going to the devil it has left f God out of all its calculations Hon James N Kehpe has been nominated by the Democrats for Congress in the Covington dis Strict He has heretofore served P three tejnis in Congress f f g x The indications are that ther will be no joint discussions between Gov Beckham and Senator McCreary They have met and the meeting was cordial but both agreed that on account of close Congressional contests it was best noij to debate at this time Louisville is making an effort for the next National Democrat ic Convention and the Committee thinks it will knock the plun Twentyfive National Committee men have already expressed a preference for Louisville Several of the insurgent leaders of Cuba have surrendered but but the situation remains serious Revolutionary sentiment is said to grow stronger daily A real estate trust company in Philadelphia failed for 7000 000 The President of the concern has gone dead The Republicans of the First district have decided not to nominate a candidate for Congress to oppose Ollie James Nashville has taken in her suburbs and now hasa population of 160000 The total number of deaths from the San Francisco earthquake is 452 Ir GRADYV1LLE I rT Mr H C Walker and family leave in a few days for Gallion Ala where they will make their future home We regret very much that they are to leave our town and their absence will be felt in the church and Sunday schoo and in the community at large That Mr Walker has been one oJ best business men of this county is assurance that he will be successful anywhere he may go and in whatever business he may en gage The best wishes of their nany friends attend them Mrs Moss wife of Mr Neeze loss of Bazil community died on the 25th with consumption She was a Christian woman and bore affliction for several years vith great fortitude A husband and several children are left to mourn their loss The funeral was preached by Rev Wright tq a large congregation and her remains interred in the family bu ying ground W M Wilmore sold last week to Charles Herriford two mules for 140 L M Wilmore sold his Peacock to a party at Elk- horn for 85 Curt Yarberry ought one two yearyearold mule from Chapman browning for 125 C S Bell bought a nice bunch of cattle from Curt Tarberry to be delivered the last of October at 3 cents per poundiThe revival services conducted by Rev G Y Wilson closed last riday night During its progress Bro Wilson preachedmany iteresting discourses and we are sure that this community and hurch have been made better by his preaching D C Wheeler sold last week aspan of two good year old rules for 325 Your reporter failed to secure the name of the purchaser I I f I 1 The Russell creek association will meet here the 12 of Septem ber continuing three days Ware looking forward to a good time as well as a large attendance It goes without saying that everybody is invited to attend Uncle Rich Breeding of Breeding one of the oldest citizens in Adair county attended the Quarterly meeting here Ware glad to note that he is look ing well and is enjoying health G E Nell sold his house and lot to Sam Walkup for 400 Mr Walkup and family will move tour town at once as Mr Nell and wife will go to New Mexico JA Diddle buoght at the Co lumbia Fair several mule colts For two extra good ones he pair 100 each Mr and Mrs Rollins of Camp bellsville spent several days vis iting Mr and Mrs James Helm of our community The quarterly meeting was well attended the presiding Elder Rev Hines delivering very able discourses- W M Smith son tobacco producers of this section have cut the larger part of their crop and it is said to be fine R L Davis and family of Portland have been visiting relatives here Mr Harris of Russell county spent a few days visiting the family of Mr Thomas Gowen Our farmers are complaining a great deal of the over production of tobacc7worms i has returned from Sulphur Well Miss Mary Triplett of Coiumr biawas the guest of Miss Mollie Flowers last week Our market has been well supplied with peaches for the past month MONTPELIER I Mr Chas Murrah is building an addition to his dwelling which makes quite an improvement in its appearance Miss Stella Jones has been on the sick list for the last week Misses Cordia and Jessie Tay br visited their sister Mrs W H McCaffree and attended the Teachers Association at Cane Valley last Saturday Miss Vie Murrah who is teaching at Cyclone was at home Saturday and Sunday Miss Gertie Murrah was the guest of Ee Misses Taylor last iundaYnightS Mr Stephenson of the Cum erland river section was here buying cattle last week Miss Miranda Williams was a pleasant visitor of the Misses hurrah last Saturday Mr F E Bradshaw who is doing business in the Burnside bank was visiting his parents Turing the Fair We are eady to buy all kinds of merchantable timber in the log on our yard in Columbia The mill will be utting in a few days Standard Hardwood Lumber Co See W D RAZIER or WALKEr BRYANT 39tf All who expect to attend the Annual Conference of the United Brethren to be held in Columbia Oct 3rd will noti fy me so as target free entertainment J F TURNER Columbia y1 I l Land Stock andCrop 000 55 Tandy Hardesty bought in Cun berland county last week 140 hogs at 5 cents 110 of this number were purI chased from R F Rowe bringing about 1600 000- Massie Robertson bought four mules at the Burkesville Fair rangin in price from 95 to 125 000 Messrs John and Mont Conover have purchased the farm which was owne by their late father Wm Conover for 2150 000 Mr GT Flowers sold the premiur mare mule colt to J A Diddle for 100I 000 Take Miller sold a mule colt to Geo T Rodgers for 70 000 W L Grady purchased of Wm Dodd of Hustonville a bay gelding the one that was on exhibition at our Fair for 500 oo o Dr J T Jones sold an aged mar recently for 80Montpelier Cor 000 Jesse Breeding sold to Grant and Sublett two young mares for 350 He sold B E Rowe 10 acres of land for 300 000 B B Grider sold a mule colt to a Mr Yarberry for 85 000 L T Neat Sold N M Tutt 100 acres of land Monday for 900 ADAIR EXHIBITORS AT BURKESVILLE The Adair County handlers of fine stock were very successful at the Burkesville Fair The following is the record madeICoffey Bros and Young with them fancy string of horses made eighteer shows and were awarded fifteen blues one red and two whites It has been impossible for us to gel the record made by Mr W L Grady but we are informed that he win ir quite a number of rings and that hisI stock was highly complimented Lem Smythe was awarded first money in the saddle ring his brown mare bej ing entered The second money was given to Plato Wade A threeyear old saddle mare owned by Plato Wade carried off three blues Mr Wade also won in all the mule racesPrehaps no horse exhibited at Burk esville attracted more attention than Coffey Bros Youngs gray geldingI The horse was sick at was not in the ring but at Burkesville he was in the pink of condition He won in a hotly contested combination ring mare or gelding any age over seven good ones JOHN L LAPSLEY The subject of this notice died at his late home in Russell county six miles his side of Jamestown last Saturday norning Had he lived until October he would have been 87 years old He vas a devout Christian having been a member of the Baptist Church for nany years He was regarded as one of the best citizens of Russell county and many friends attended the funeral Thesermon was preached by Rev Chas Deener FARM FOR SALE We are authorized to sell one of the finest farms in Adair county 260 acres is in the limestone belt good strong land produces fine hay corn wheat oats and one of the best burley tobacco farms in the county Is also a fine tock farm with eight or ten fine never ailing springs Good 8 room house with fine cistern and well at door and ave spring with rock spring house lose by Four good barns and three good cribs This farm is located in one of the best neighborhoods of the cpun ty close to school church and post ffice and 5 miles West of Columbia Jail on or address T A and M M kuRREEL Admrs 41tf i Columbia y1 Kentucky Wall Plaster Co MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF PLASTERING MATERIAL f SOUTHERN AGENTS FOR SACKETT PLASTER BOARD Brook River StsBOTH PHONES 2267Louisville Ky OUR BRANDS DIAMONDwith sand LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER CAMPBELLS CEMENT PLASTER without sand Write for testimonials 555IWOODSON LEWIS Greensburg Ky ONE THOUSND BUGGIES SURREYS AND BUCKBOARDS FARM WAGONS Best Binder Twine 10 cts Binders and Mowers Lowest Prices A GREAT BARGAIN I A LETHER trimmed leather t Quarter Top Spring Seat 1000 Mile Axle Buggy with I Good Harness for 5000 11 l il SAND THERE ARE OTHERS ikt iVt cra 1i IiQr r i i Ci0 i I I Columbia Kentucky I I I Keeps constantly on hand all kinds o- fFiishigLumbr f I Buiiding Material I MOULDINGS AND FANCY- BRACKETS In fact everything kept by a FIRSTCLASS PLANING MILL Orders Promtly Filled Satisfaction gauranteed Call on or address theI PLANING MILL COMPANY Columbia = = = = Kentucky Oii Lebanon Steam Laundry REED MILLER COLUMBIA AGENTS FOR THIS SECTION r r This one of the Best an most Reliable Landries in the State ii Send them your linen and the work will be promptly and neatly executed jt 5 W R Johnson Prop LEBANON KENTUCKY roe r f k k J 1MOTOR CAR COMPANY United States Mail Line Cars Leave Columbia Leave Campbellsvillei 345 A M W 12M 9 P M Comfortable and Rapid Transit atthe Lowest Rates Consistent with v FirstClass Service IJ f f v w 1 itf i 1 J f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 5 1906 tl T T f1 ffr m WU5 3EEEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEE r i m U W PERSONAL rt f EEE EEEEEI EEf E g6 3 E W Reed was in Campbellsville- ast Thursday Miss Bess Rowe attended the Burk esville Fair Prof R R Moss and wife arrived in Columbia last Saturday Mr Dink Wilkinson of Liberty was here the first of the week Mr R F Paull and wife attended the Burkesville Fair Miss Gertrude Murrah of Montpelier visited Columbia Saturday Mr W R Lyon was here Friday calling upon our merchants Mr J F Russell visited Lebanon and Springfield last week y Mr Geo H Gowdy Campbellsville courtlMr Jesse Breeding one of our old Subscribers called to see us Monday f Mr Claud Hobson and wife returnedI from Campbellsville a few Miss Dimple Conover is visiting Mrs J W McGarvey Jr Lexington Messrs L C Hurt and Golan Butler were at the Burkesville Fair Mr Curt Bell and wife Red Lick visited in Columbia last Thursday Mrs J W Johnson of Cave City l visited relatives here last week Mrs J W McGarvey Jr andher son Earl have returned to Lexington Miss Sue Russell and Miss Regina Russell have returned from Monticello Miss lda Griffin of Romine was a pleasant visitor at this office M cnday Mr Wm Irvine Camp Knox was with friends here last Friday and Saturday Mr J- traveling F Shaw the wellknown man was here Friday and Saturday Mr Ernest Flowers attended the Burkesyilte Fair ifricj reports that it was a good oee- MrsDewettMcFarlancl whose home is near Montpelier is lying dangerously ill with1 typhoid fever I MrRushton and Miss Lina Rosenfield attended the Burkesville Fair two days Mr Walker Welkin of Elkton who is in the revenue service was here a few days ago Mrs Orbie Hurt and daughter Miss Verna were visiting friend in the country last week Miss Dollie Johnston of Mariana Ark is visiting her sister Mrs P V GrissomMr Welch and wife of Lit tIe Rock Ark visited relatives here last week It is reported that a number of Adair county people will leave for New Mexico in a few days Miss Mary Grissom left for Chicago Ill Monday morning to take a special course in music Miss Grace Meek of Chicago teacher of elocution reached the Lindsaywilson Monday evening Eld Lawrence Williams of Carroll ton who spent two weeks in Adair returned home last week Mr Ed Allen wife and children of Boyle county were in Columbia a few days ago en route to Burkesville Mr Henry Beauchamp of Edmonton has located in Campbellsville for the purpose of practicing his profession the law Mrs Geo H Nell and children left last Thursday to visit relatives in Ten nessee They will be absent several weeks Mrs J P Scruggs of Midway who has been visiting her mother sister and brother for the past three weeks returned home Monday Eld J Q Montgomery who hasten preaching interesting sermons in this county will leave for his home in Lib erty ina few days Mr John Holladay and family left Monday for Oklahoma their future home Mr Holladay is a good citizen and has the best wishes of the people of Adair county Miss Mattie Taylor has returned to Lexington Mr Jo Russell arrived In Columbia r athe first of the week Miss Magaret Taylor teacher in the M F High School arrived Saturday Mr Albert Snow Rowena was here Monday en route for Oklahoma Hon John D White spent Sunday and a part of Monday in Columbia Mr Geo F Stults has been selected the Republican Commissioner for Adair countyMrs Sue Vaughan fomerly of Russell Springs was in Columbia Monday en route for Sau Antonia Texas Miss May Penland music teacher in the LindsayWilson reached Columbia the first of the week Mrs R P Haynes and daughter Ollie left here Tuesday for their home San Antonia Texas Miss Nona Powell desiring to learn type setting has accepted position in this office Mr N M Tutt has been chosen election Commissioner for Adair county for the Democrates IMiss Mabel Vaughan Greensburg been visiting Miss Nonie Pow ell returned home Saturday Mr J A Vaughan Russell county reached here Monday with his daugh ter Miss Emma who entered the LindsayWilsonProf of this place who will teach at Dawson Springs will leave for that point Saturday Dr R A Jones of Cincinnati is spending a week with his parents in this county He was met here by his brother Dr Almond Jones Miss Mattie Hare Cumbrlan d coun ty was in Columbia Monday en route for New Albany Shewas accompanied by Mr J E Winfrey MissRandolph who will have charge of the primary department in the LindsayWilson arrived from Slaughteryille Tuesday morning Mr A W Harris father of Mr C S Harris who has been visiting here for two weeks left Friday for Jones ville Va Mr C S Harris accom paned him to that point and will be absent about ten days Eld W G Montgomery who has been preaching in Casey and Lincoln counties has accepted a call from aV church in Texas and will remove to that State Mr J McScott informs us by note that he has accepted a position on the Clinton Tenn Advance and will go to that point in a few days He will act as business manager of the paper Mrs Kate Smith and Mr M IV1 Murrell left Thursday morning for Au gusta ill where they will visit Mrs Sam Mourning daughter of Mrs Smith Mr Sam F White who has been employed in this office for two years tendered his resignation lastweek He has made a faithful hand here is a firstclass job printer and we trust that he may find more lucrative em ploymentMr E Gilpin and wife Mrs J Q Alexander and Master James Alex ander and Miss Lena Wilkinson passad through Columbia Saturday on their return from Burkesville to their hom s in Campbellsville Mr H C Walker and wife and Mrs Jane Turk left for Galleon Ala their inture home last Monday Mr Robt Walker and Miss Bess Walker will not leave forx several weeks The good qualities of this excellent family have heretofore been spoken of by the News Mr E H Hughes returned from the Mountains of Tennessee last Wednes day leaving his mother and daughter He says that they are comfortably situated and that Miss Cary is getting along nicelygained four pounds since the left home He has strong hopes that she will be restored to health The two institutions of learning this place opened last Tuesday with flatter ing prospects It will be several weeks before they fill up but the management- of both schools have assurances that this will be a most prosperous school year FONETIC SPELLING Col J N Coffey is very much pleased with the Presidents order in regard to phonetic spelling by the Government employees and has written him the following letterC- OLUMBIA AUGUST 28 1906 Mr Rusevelt Dear Sir I se that u have ordered all the heds of dpartments to use the fonetic speling and since that have xtended the order so as to imbrace the lower dpartmentS I always considered u to b a grate man and now I no u r No= ing as I du that so fu of the peple in the guverment service Kan spel akord ing to Webster I regard it as a grate favor to xcuse them from korect spelI ing Now while I am riting to u I will tel u about my korn kob pipe made out of a kob that grow on my Meadow Lawn farm down on Big Creek with a kane stem from the same place I have used this pipe for about tu yers In that time it has traveled over much of the grate southwest It has ben Karried and smoked by me on about ate trips to Oklahoma and tu or three to Texas and back and one to old Mex ico It has kept me Kompany and quieted my trubled mind amidmany stiring senes and incidents of my trav els from my home to the land of the Montizomas When grate statesmen and ralerode magnates have saut solace in their Havanas I have found mine in whifing my old kob pipe If you will kum down to Columbia to the Konfer ence of the United Brethren church I will present u with one of the same kind 1 no it will b better for your helth than those komplicated kind of s gars u r now smoking at the big functions u r attending Kum out and get some fresh Kuntry r and se the Kuntry peple it will do u good Rite and let me no if u Kan Kum Yours trulyr Kernal JN COFFEY v FANCY HORSES Our people will remember the beau tiful road horse owned by 1tW M Dodd of Hustonville and handled at the Columbia Fair by Coffey Bros Young of this place After he had won several blue ties here he was car ried to Burkesville where he was equally as successful winning every ring in which he entered Dealers of fancy animals were attracted to this horse and Mr Dodd was finally induced to accept 500 from Mr W L Grady splendidIed by Mr Dodd and he is proving him self to be one of the best harness horse breedersin Kentucky This celebrated roadster is now being exhibited at Somerset by W L Grady and his success at that Fair is assured At Co lumbia and Burk esville Mr Dodd by Jo Coffey exhibited span of handsome sorrel geldings nine times winning each ring This is a record that the owner of these fancy horses can july feel proud GREEN RIVER FARM FOR SALE iZ f r 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 goodorchards and is a desirable home Has ample timber for keeping up the farm and 400 of merchantable timber standing There are 48 acres of bottom land worth more than I ask for the en tire farm This is your chance if you want a good home and profitable farm W L RIGNEY Purdy Ky 264m CAMPBELLSVILLE MACHINE SHOP Firstclass repair work by expe rienced mechanics done on Engines Boilers and all machinery Shop is being run by practical machinistwork done promptly A C BURREY 42lm Mr W L Grady s stock has been highly complimented by the Somerset pipers and the Monticello paper and his friends here expect him to return with many blues tied to his horses r I I STAPPHATCHER Mr W E Stapp and Miss Frances Hatcher both of this county were married at Birdtown Tenn on Sat urday the 25th ult returning Tuesday following They are now visiting rel atives and will decide in a few days their permanent location The groom is a brother of Mr J S Stapp pro prietor of the Spectator and the bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Selden Hatcher We extend our congratula tions trusting unalloyed happiness will be theirs through life Mrs Mary Harvey informs the News J that when she opened School in West Columbia two months ago thirteen little children who had never been in school entered They were started in the Primer and at this time they can read and write every story con tained in the first r ader This is remarkable progress a recommendation for the teacher The advancement is also quite a compliment to the child ren showing that they have excellent minds At the Baptist church near Ellisburg Casey county while services were in progress Bud Lynn attempted to raise trouble and when Constable Joe Mc Williams called him down Lynn shot at him the ball grazing his arm McWil liams returned the fire and struck Lynn twice in the arm and once in the side Dr Murphy extracted the ball from his side and thinks he is not dangerously hurt Lynn is said to have been un der the influence of whiskey Dr A L Whitfield preached two in teresting sermons at the Presbyterian Church last Sunday forenoon and even ing His own members were especially pleased with him and hearers of other denominations spoke of his dis courses in the most complimentary way SunjdaySquire W B Yates mEt with qtite a painful accident a few days ago Her was in the woods with a crew of men cutting timber when a rolling log struck him inflicting several painful bruises The same afternoon the Squire forgot his wounds end killed a veryI large rattle snake It cirumIferance We understand the work preparatory for the banking building at Cane Valley is getting along nicely The people of the Mane Valley section think that it will be a paying institution and are very anxious for the opening day to arrive Fops SALEI will sell my house and lot or trade it for a farm It is located on Burkesville street near Hancoc- kHotela very homeW Newby 43 1m Columbia Ky Mr Jo F Patteson has bored seyevn tyfive wells about town since he pur chased his machinerytwo years ago On account ofthe advace in the price of gasoline Mr Patteson was compelled to raise the pric for boring to 125 per foot BARGAINS IN SHOES I have a lot of Shoes that I am selling at bargain prices Come while the sizes are good WALKERI There will be an all day singing at Carmel the 4th Sunday in Sept con ducted by Stapp Bros Wolford Bros R 0 Cabbell and Henry Cundiff This promises to be one of the biggest sing ing of the season A great many letters for publication received during Fair week can not be published from the fact the matter they contain is too old FOR SALEFine upright piano al most new Will exchange for good saddle mare Address P 0 Box 152 Columbia Ky 422t FOR SALEMy house and lot cn Burkesville street The house and out buildings are in good repair The lot contains nearly two acres 42if CLaud HOBSON lHouse for rent Groomsv sr y v 40tf H T BAKER S 7K t I John A Hobson Has For Sale 2 CARLOADS LIME AT 57 12 CENTS PER BARREL PRICES ON CEMENT MADE ON APPLICATION II IfAll Remenants of Wall Paper At Half Price TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALLPATTERNS 1 Greensburg KentuckyV VWIvwI VrnE vviKVINSTITUTE I 1 tOf CAMPBELLSVILLE KY is offering special inducements to all classes is of students wm Fine iKLocaonble Building Reasonable Terms1niKv FirstClass board in Christian homes The Bible a iv 7 7KEtEvii N t TurnerCampbeilsvHe Kentucky Ir r b 110Iwww ri ww v v v v rI v v w yr11 1IIIIII h a iI iiiI iI i fJJ 11ra J T b W t f VDo You Like 1PROMPT SERVICE i n A u IF You Do Send Your SA I4DDo O OR Orders to Ll E L H Tukt 215217219 E Main St LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Our facilities are unsurpasseda trial order will convince t 1 W 1 V V Ir Ir v w V tVW Vr W r Ir y 7i 7c IKIII iSI a 1 1 11 1fri rr inLineRATESK fE Columi 1 wiKwIv 150 rCane Valley to Campbellsville 7Sc v I 1 1E FIRSTCLASSI J B BARBEt Propr 7 I7KWANTED At once two 2yearold hams Must be the beat Cash NEWS OFFICE Mr C W Thompson of Edmonton has purchased 2i acres of land upon which the noted Sulphur Well is locat ed for 1545 Mr Thompson is the proprietor of the hotel at this famous watering place fBen Milam of color who went into Dr J N Pages cash drawer stealing a check and some small change was tried last Wednesday and given sixty days in jail The Bank at Russell Springs has been in operation two weeks and the deposits as we understand have so far come up to the expectations of the di rectoryV- j Our Middleburg correspondent has notserifriri a communication for sever f J l I al months His letters were highly appreciated and we would be glad to hear from him every week persons indebted to me are ear IAll requested to call and make pay menteI need money to conduct my beIheeded 423 J W JACKMON The Columbia Brass Band has con manIagement for tieI r r Fair at that place to be held in October The consideration is 260 andexpenses LOSTA light bay horse three white feet possibly four one white eye one hip knocked down MOSE COWARD Greensburg Our Gradyville letter did not reach us in time last week for publication We think a great deal of our Gradyiville correspondent and regret that his letter came too late p i ft tt i 1r fkMTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KYf SEPTEMBER 5 1903 r LOW RATES FOR THE STATE FAIR Railroads Fix One Fare for the Round Trip Many Varied Attractions Pro vided for State Fair Week September 17 18 19 I 20 21 22 Trotters and Runners Will Race Each Day Surpassing Exhibition of Horseflesh Cattle Sheep and Swine Vomans Department a Joy to Housewives 25000 in Premiums and Purses Railroad rates for the State Fair have been fixed at one fare plus 25c for the round trip from all points in Kentucky and in Southern Indiana With nine railroads running into the city of Louisville where the Fair will be held during the week of Septem ber 1722 one hundred passenger trains daily will carry thousands to the metropolis of Kentucky In addi tion many special trains will be run in order to accommodate those who wish to visit the Fair for a single day only There is no part of the State of Kentucky from which Louisville cannot be reached in a reasonable time From the western part of the State the Henderson Illinois Cen tral railroads will furnish ample ac commodations and in the southern part the L N will bring thousands while from the central and eastern sections the C 0 Southern and L N will bring the crowds Once in Louisville ample amuse ment will be provided to keep every visitor well entertained and amused during his stay whether it be for a day or during the entire week Of course the Fair itself will be the center of interest and there so many free attractions have been arranged for that i1r whole time can be spent enjoyably end profitably without seeking oth cr recreation Each of the men hav jng U e different departments in hand thoroughly qualifid by long years of J a ami theah his charge In the nestat r 3I approved manner t n J Thins t Pie se- I l r lYl t 1 a exi i Llv erL r 3 f1 de T j n tnl1ltert3tI g zr etlttc3tiGi LYall Th en half of the Pat e f n prcviiJsl for those wl3 Mate Fair Those in vt and how many KenI iK there who d1tJt b5 nefan hnJedIi1 lIrh siMr v tlacrse and l oroQbr21s- u Slid four races on the proam Ach day There will be either a trot 1tjug or paciag race best three lie t3 In five and three running races For over a month the track has been in course of preparation for the trottin races Thousands of gallons of water have been poured on it daily and after each wetting it has been rolled ani packed so that the trotters will find firm and resilient surface under their shoes rather than the deep and sandy soil which is better suited to thorough breds The hard surface will not be of disadvantage to the owners inas much as the races immediately before the Fair will be at Douglas Park a track that was built for trotting pur poses and which is considerably hard er than the average running track Among the races on the program is One for trotters of the 210 class and a freeforall for pacers which will be 1decided on Friday In the thorough bred division there will be a gentle mans cup race and two steeplechases while every day there will be at least one race of a mile or over As there will ba no other racing in the West during the Fair the best horses in training and the highest class jockeys in the West will tales part in the racing at the State Fair Purses for the trotting races will be 60000 each a considerably larger amount than is ordinarily offer ed at fairs Varied Attractions Visitors in the city during the week can enjoy the many varied attractions at night They can go to the Fair and enjoy a concert by one of the most famous musical organizations in the United States They can go over th6 grounds and take in the carnival shows or can sit in the Palm Garden and enjoy the music while they chat over pleasures of the day with their friends and renew their acquaintance with Kentuckians from other parts of the State The social feature of the Fair will undoubtedly prove one of its most attractive points and as the years go on the State Fair will become more and more a meeting ground for t Kentuckians from all sections of the Commonwealth where they can see what the other parts of the State art f doing and exchange ideas of mutual benefit The State Fair is the place to rt meet your friends and enjoy a few t DyS uting iVomes at a season of Ji i r r r 0 1 the year when the farmer ahdsjock raiser can best afford to laave their homes for a few days and thousands will take advantage of the low rates in order to be there When the exhibits of horseflesh cattle and swine in the morning and the races in the afternoon have been BUm dent for the day at tire Fair the visi tors can find other forms of recreation and amusement in the five theaters in Louisville or at any one of the several parks about tha city At Macauleys Theater they can find high class drama at the Masonic enjoy a mU- sical comedy at the Avenuea thrill melodrama or at Hopkins refined vaudeville Classes Well Filled Practically every class for which prize money has been offered has been wen filled and the leading stock raisers of the State will be there to show their horses their cattle their sheep and their hogs The exhibits of horse flesh will undoubtedly surpass anything ever before seen at the State Fair in Kentucky and will excel even those of the well established State Fairs of Ohio Indiana and Illinois The fact that only one week inter venes between the Fair and the Louis ville Horse Show has added many en tries in the horse division The classes for the high steppers roadsters and both three and fiva gaited saddle horses have many entries that will be shown at the Louisville Horse Show The light harness horse and plantation saddler classes which are exhibited only at fairs in Kentucky have likewise been well filled In many of the saddle rings as many as twenty entries have been received This is especially true of the five gaited saddlers and many other en tries are expected before the ribbons are tied In the beef cattle division entries will come from Missouri Ohio and Indiana to compete with Kentucky stock raisers and it is predicted that the Shorthorn and other beef cattle classes will surprise even those who have been regular attendants at fairs The Orton Hall Farm near Nash rule Tenn will send its entire herd of Jerseys considered the greatest that has ever ben furnished in this coun try It will include Brookhill Fox the champion Jersey bull of England The judges selected for all the classes have been chosen with the greatest care They are men not only qualified to pass upon merits of the entries but also men who are absolutes ly unbiased and whose judgment would be readily accepted by both winers and lasers alike S S s Showsj late Fair wil be furhiansd dye vile J Frank Hatch one of tbcr twist Jtttown agrcga tjoas of tiiis character aad en vitaE Las t treqneatly been seen at the Stat FaiL ilObtO and Indiana trough it has r ver heretofore appeared bli Louisville With the carnival combi nation will oome two other attractions which will be free to all troths of the Fair Tbc Hitch combination carries twelve different shows 200 people and uses 1200 incandescent lights Allof the shows ar3vruaranteed strictly up todate and absolutely moral It is speeificially stated in the contract that no show that is in the least off color beIplunges head foremost blindfolded from the top of a ladder 110 feet above the ground into a small tank contain ing but three and a half feet of water The dive made by Siz is as high as that usually done by any of the high divers and his daring in making the leap blindfolded has never before been approached by any other performer The second free attraction will be the trapeze performance of Zeno The per formance will be given in the front of the grand sitand twSce during the afternoon and is said to be as sensa tional in its way as the diving of Harry Siz The carnival shows will be locater on the plot of ground to the left of the main entrance and north of the band stand known as concert lawn Music will be played throughout the after noon and evening by the companys band of twentyfive musicians The first performance will be given Monday evening September 17 and there after each afternoon and evening of the Fair The feature of the carnival shows is the trained animal exhibition said to be the most elaborate performance of the kind ever put on by any street fair of combination of shows The an imals are put through a series of mar velous feats and this show has never failed to score a pronounced success wherever the Hatch Shows have appeared First Automobile Built in 1769 The automobile seems to have been born in the form of an idea in the year 17G9 when a Glasgow student threw out tho suggestion that the steam enginethen avery crude low pressure affairmight be applied to the moving of wheeled vericles This student afterwards achieved fame as naturalephilosophy in the university of Edinburgh Ten years later Nicholas Joy seph Cugnot a French engineer built the first automobile The machine was a thre wheeled affair and its terse i fIi y wr was quickly run for on its second or third trip it turned a corner too fast and toppled over with a crash The city officials of Paris refused to per mit Cugnot to repair his machine To keep it from harming any one they locked it up in a church and there it stayed for some yearsTechnical World If Wellman gets to the north pole about the time Teddy steps on the equator maybe the old thing can wob ble along Doctors are Puzzled The remarkable recovery of Kenneth Mclver of Vaceporo Me is the subject of much interest to teh medical fraternity and a wide circle of friends He says of his case Owiug to severe inflammation of the Throat and con gestion of the Lungs three doctors gave me up to die when as a last re sort 1 was induced to try Dr Kingss New discovery and I am happy to say it saved my life Cures the worst Coughs and Celds Bronchitis Tonsilitis Weak Lungs Hoarseness and La Grippe Guaranteed at t E Paulls drug store 50c and 1 Trial bottle free HEN RIDES HORSEBACK It has remained for Boyd County to produce the most re markable hen in Kentucky if not the entire country the bird being an equestrienne of such pronouncedability as to serious ly jeopardize the life of a valuable horse The hen is owned by John B Stout who lives in Lexington avenue Two years ago he got a number of Ply mouth Rock chickens among them being a gullet She at once took up with the rhorses the same trough andtride Mr Stouts buggy horse The animal became accustomed to his unusual rider andcould never be got out of a jog Yes terday Fred VemilKof drove his fine Maine ss horse in from the country and stabled the animal atJ3t6uts Late in the iftr noon yhen he went to get ym the hen was found perched orJJ the back of the horse and riding 1Itas he had been whizzing aroundi the lot at a high speed for hours Although a hen she is strictly fashionable rides astride and the horses never go too fast for her a 0 How to Live Life after all is never very happy if a person is constantly sick How to live is large a guestion of how to be well The answer to both is keep your main health communication stomacb liver and bowelsin good or der with Dr Caldwells laxative Syr up Pepsin It is a reliable safe and pleasant cure for headache constipa tion colic and all symtoms of the diges tive trouble Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails NONCOMMITTAL Two gentlemen were traveling in one of the hill counties of Ken tucky bound Jon an exploration for pitch pine They had been withoutaencountering a human being when they came in sight of a cabin in a clearing It was very still The hogs lay where they had fallen the thin clay bank mule grazed round and round in a neat circle to save the trouble of walking and one lean lank man whose garments were the color of the claybankmule lean ed against a tree and let the time roll by Wonder if he can speak said one traveler to the other j Try him u said his campan = ion The two approached the man r jj C M WISEMAN SON I Diamonds and Precious Stones t Jewlers and Opticians H Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line c rIIOposite Music Hall 132 Market Bet 1st 2d StLoUlsvdle Ky S D Crenshaw VETINERY SURGEON II Special Attention to EyesJ Fistulo Poll evil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices I am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done stock removed from stableseONEHALF MILE ON iH AP i FROM COLUMBIA POINTMENT I IIcE n c It JSlfMta s Coffins AH Caskets JI keep ready tuso all kmch of Coilins and Caskets which will bet 1VemeatJwou a mt3le t t1 pa r troniza my shop r j J E S oavr Russell Springs J 1 JAMES T3IPLEIT DENTIST RESIDENT PHONE 9IOFFICE PHONE 40 JSTOFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK COUM3IA KS1NTUC KY Dr O S Dunbar DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky whose yellowish eyes regarded them without apparent curiosity How do you do said the NorthernerHowdy remarked the Southerner languidly Pleasant country Fur them that likes it cc Lived here aU your life The Southerner spat pensively in the dust Not yit saidReader Hard To find It would be hardto find a more perfect curative medicine for disordered digestive organs than that gentle tonic digestant and torpid liver regulator known as Dr Caldwells laxative Syr up Pepsin No other medicine has its specific power over these delicate and important organs of your body upon which you have to depend for energy to carry on your daily work It Cleanses digests stimulates and cures Sold by Dr JN Page Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at50c and 100 Money back if it fails Many a boy on mischief bent badg v i r f TH- EJackofallTrades t TF JEFFRIES SON Agta u TO Col IST 1 to ASK us iOR IN The is your You cant your food ness etc you need is not a- dose of salts cathartic or but a liver tonic This great acts gently on the sick liver It the blood renews the feeds the nerves clears the brain and cures consti a true for sick liver and and all the Try It At all dealers In In 2Sc No can be than the It is NEW and at all with the best the Feeid in Connection J B v e ir t 9a Water Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Runs Cream Runs Presses and other machinery tie Is Running Press It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when For call on or Co 519 W Main LOUISVILLE Special Reduced VIA HENDE SON ROUTE Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo San Francisco Los Angeles and San Diego HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES SEASON 1906 COLiO RTES TO California Points and Great Northwest Dates Sale September 15 October 31 1906 FULL FOR7lltATION IRVrNITraveling Passenger Agent General Ageut Louisville Kentucky YouLook Yellowtrouble your livers ptOductsIblood digest youImalaria constipation What water pills ThedforsI BlackDraught medidne purifies appetite pationIt medicine kidneys regulates digestive functions medicines packages THE PATTESON HOTEL better place found above named HOTEL eleIgantly furnished table supplied timesi affords Stable fIPattesonPro Jamestown Kentucky ii ffEtumps Churns Butter Freezers Separators Printing the For This Paper working particulars addre- ssFairbanksMorse StreetrKENTUKY Rates Pass Needles Parts and Supplies for both Wheeler oc Wilson and Singer Machines SOLD ONLY BY SINCERGEWWQ a INCORPORATED- C C MOLT Representative COLUMBIA KY AN IDEAL VACATION TRIP TpIYELLOWSTONE PARK Personally Conducted SPND Y3UI 11 I IN THIS COUNTRY Itinerary of Trip CreekiGrand River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and six and YellowstoneI II COSOfRIP Expenses of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully con sidered and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all SPECIAL SLEEPERS v will leave Louisville Night of July 25 For full particulars Write J H GALLAGHER 1901 BarretAenheLoui Vil t j 12 i 1T4j Ij I 7 Zi L THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 51906 r iwi w viiw SlL S1L IC ILSlLSiL Imm mi vtitit titinmi mini mmit nmrI nVIX mv I mt Call AndSee UsI 7 vi 7K AND BE CONVINCED THAT v1in theWI NEWESTII Assortment the ifiLARGEST 7K 1 b BESTLNw inrVLOWEST 7 CAR LOAD OF BUGGIES JUST RECEIVED C A A IE HARDWARE FARM IMPLEMENTS FIELD SEEDS FERTILIZERS HARNESS SADDLES l Columbiat Ky winnsiiC A GREAT PROPOSITION TWO PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE For the next 30 days X100 CASH IN ADVANCE gets 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND t r THE SOUTHERN NOME s i t To all Subscribers or to any one who pays up all arrears to The News and 100 in Advance will receive The Southern Hom Free for 12 Momths 2- a onA Q1T O IN O o4 A 4 n r i Oto Inspect Our To Visitors Always Various Lines of Call you buy or not i Mens and Boys Summer cloth ing at cost I have yet a nice line of Suits and odd Pant and will sell them at a tYr Will give you comfort on sweltering day When hot and weary it im vigor and energy at soda fountains and in bottles 5c J bNI t r 0000 OOOvO 000 00 00 WHEN LOUISVILLE GET WITH 0o4 Centrally Located I 524526528 West Market Street o WALL PAPER New Department CARPETS Immense Assortment RUGS 4w4 gYouTimes Goods Whether bargain WALKERt Iparts Insure cttyKYol1The in full tf S I BLAmf Agt1 f 4 WiLMORE HOTEL Firstslass Table Good Sample Ilooins Feet Stable Reasonable Rates W M WILMOEe PRO Uradyville Kentucky r w E Lester j DENTIST I Jamestown Kentucku t THE NEWS AND SOUTHERN HOMEIQO rJ 1ey 7 TYPHOID FEVER CIRCULAR ISSUED BY THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH OF KEN = TUCKY Continued from last week 2 A solution of chloride of gallonlofquantity anda quart of this should be put in the bedpan or vesseleach time before it receives the discharges and should be well stirred and allowed to stand in the vessel at least an hour before it is buried An equivalent solution of creolin or a thick whitewash made from the fresh quicklime may be used in the same way when the chlo ride of lime can not be obtained but with these at least two hours will be required to complete the disinfection 3 Soiled bedor body linen ofilime solution for an hour and may then be safely put in the family wash Soiled paper or clothes used about the patient should be immediately burned Attendants should wash th hands frequently and the lips and rinse the mouth always be fore eating No one should par take of any food which has stoo in the sick room All of these precautions should be continued until the recovery is complet- and until all diarrhoea has ceased 4 Typhoid fever is not con tagious in the sense commonly understood and if the precautions above indicated are faith fully and intelligently carrie anyeper fect safety If others have th disease it will be because they were infected from the same source as the patient or contract ed it elsewhere The same precautions should be observed in dysentry and all other diarrhea diseases including summer com plaint in children unfilterIed water from rivers draining in habited areas where typhoid fever and diarrheal diseases are likely to occur at any time ant milk stored in cans or vessels washed in such water should be looked upon as suspicious an should always be boiled before it is drunk by any one not immune from typhoid fever In the ab sence of a reliable filtered pub lic water supply carefully col lected and properly stored cis tern water is safest 5 The windows and doors of all dwelling houses and especial ly of the kitchen and dining room should always be well screened and the flies actually kept ou Unless thjs is done a carelessly managed case of typhoid feve- or other diarrheal disease even a mile or more away may be a source of danger on account of flies As mosquitoes are now known to be the carriers of malaria the same precautions will protect from this poison also The universal and effectual practice of these precautions would require intelligent care and some expense but would resu Ittil in the practical disappearance o one of outmost common and fatal domestic pestilences which is not only a disgrace to our civil t t t ization but an annual scourge and tax upon the people of Ken tucky in comparison with which yellow fever and cjiolera plaque and other exotic diseases so feared by our people sink into insignificance Copies of this circular and of preventdiphtheriaIby any one for free distribution upon application to the Board at Bowling Green By order of the Board J M MATTEWS M D Pres J N McCoRMACK M D Sec A Scientific Wonder The cures that stand to its credit make Bucklens Arnica Salve a scientific wonder It cured E R Mulford lecturer of the Patrons of Husbandry Waynesboro Pa of a distressing case of Pries It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only 25c at T E Paulls drug store WILL IN OLD BIBLE I BUYS TEXT FINDS SELF THE ONLY HEIR Malvern Pa Woman Secures Book for a Few Cents as Memento and Valuable Paper Slips from Between the Pages PhiladelphiaUnder curious circum stances Miss Bertha Johnson of Mal thates to an estate- amounting to over 10000 which had been left by her aged cousin Mrs Em ily Robinson Incidentally the story is one of disappointed relatives who Robinsonsdston for a life spent in loving care of her cousin When a score of years ago Mrs wasea ufficient property to provideher support She had several nephews and nieces who although they were better supplied with worldly goods than Mrs Robinson failed to offer her a home or give her any financial aid Miss Johnston who was a more distant rel thedoffered to share it with Mrs Robinson which the latter accepted- It was not long after this that a val onesome supposedly worthless land which belonged to Mrs Robinson This was sold and the widow and her kindhearted counsin were enabled to more than keep the wolf from their door from the proceeds About a year ago Mrs Robinson died A search was made of her effects with out discovering a will and one of the nephews who had failed to aid her in her time of need was appointed to ad minister the estate Preparations made to divide her property among th nephews and nieces to tne exclusion of Miss Johnston To finally close the estate the wid ows few articles of personal prepay were offered at public sale this wek Determined to have some keepsake o 1her counsin Miss Johnston attenlE the sale At last the old Bible with which Mrs Robertson had spent many comforting moments in her declining wads acquire the volume and Miss Johnston secured the wellworn book for a fe cents The auctioneer handed it dow to her and as he did so a neatly fold ed paper fell from it Opening It Miss Johnson found it to a will duly signed and witnessed by the terms of which Mrs Robinson had left her entire es tate to her benefactor The nearer relatives consulted coun sel in an endeavor to have the wil 1rbroken but without success Escaped Death It is not an uncommon experience for us to get a letter describing how the Caldtsome violent and dangerous stomach or soothrc pleasant syrup is without any equal in the science of medicine Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails Torture by Savages Speaking of the torture to which some of the savage tribes in the Phil ippines subject their captives reminds me of the intense suffering I endured ofSlt Cushing Me Nalhing helped me un I tried Electric Bitters three bottles mefBlood Disorders and Malaria andre stores the weak and nervous to robust health Guaranteed by T E Paull druggist Price 50c GIVEN FFtEL The Cincinnati Fiiqmrcr ns latdisused a New Valuable up io uuc Wall Chart of three Sheets six ImSe- each 28 inches wide 36 inches long reyNewand exact ever printed In bringing this Map up to date all new tovTs are located all Electric and Traction Rai roads are shown all Rural Mal Routes and portraits ofall the Governors IagnificerLChart vith portraits of all the Presidents Map of Panama showing Canal greathipUnited States one of the greatest enterprises ever attempted A topographical Map of the Russia Japanese War district with data and details of the two great Armies and Navies battle fields etc including the last Naval battle in the straits ol Korea A map of the World with Names of Rulers Coats of Arms Flags of all Nations Steamship Routes with datat and Statistics of great worth PhilippineIslands Rico in all nine distinct maps pointdesiredunderstand it The Chart is new correct and up to date making it an indespensaDlefur College The selling price is 250 yet its worth is many times greater The Enquirer Company is giving this chart Free to subscribers of the weekly Enquirer who remit one dollar for a years subscription or for a renewal of old subscription Agents can reap a rich harvest soliciting orders for this grand offer Address ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati Ohio HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournal AND THE Adair Couuty News BOTH ONE YEAR FO- RONLY 150 Few people in the United States CouriereJournal Democratic in all things fair in all allbthings it is essentially a family arrangementfdwe are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL one year and this paper for the yourosubscription for the combination CourierJournaln The News Columbia Kyi FEELnJG LIVERISH This Morning 7 TAKE I f7- A t Gentle Laxative And Appetizer G EtCT1 J i t LOYES 3HENRY3t4U8WMARKET ST i SYtLLErt r ti1NS j 1rTW 1I4 i i 8TijEADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 5 1906 iif l 4 EVh O115 The Adair circuit court will con mence Monday week FOR SALEA limited quantity of seed ryeC R CABELL Columbia Chapter No 7 Royal Arch Masons will meet next Friday evening Prices on all Summer Goods cut to close out W L WALKER FOR SALEA good IJecker Bros Piano and Guitar See Dr U L Tay or IJennie Murray wife of Henry Mur ray of color died near town last Thurs day night Bring your logs to the Standard Hardwood Lumber Company and get the cash 39tf The Standard Hardwood Lumber Co is at the Hurt yard Columbia and will pay cash for your logs 39tf The docket for the coming term of circuit court is larger than usual Both Petit and gran Jury is summoned forthe first day If any one can furnish this office with a copy of the News containing the war history of Col Frank Wolford it would be gladly received iSome of ourtobacco growers of thisI county are complaining of the ravages of the worm They say that they are E destroying the late tobacco r 111 advised girl eighteen years old of Paducah went to Louisville seeking employment She returned in a week a wiser if not a better girlcThe attention of our readers is called to the address of Hon E A Gullion candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction published elsewhere in this paper Eld J Q Montgomery is conducting a series of meetings at Shiloh Church He is having good attendance and preaching interesting sermonsI S Mr T E Paull has sent an Irish po tato vine to this office measuring seven feet The man who brought it said it was about the shortest in the patch From now until next June Columbia will be alive with students as both in stitutions expect full attendance Last year over 500 pupils were in school here v J There are only three old Mexican soldiers yet living in Adair county John Eubank aged 76 Wesley Sexton 18 and James Campbell 78 There is an abundance of work forn che coming grand jury If witnesses can be secured there will be many more ndictments than usual 1Insure in The Farmers Home Insur ante Company of Junction City Ky The only company in the State that makes any claim of paying their losses in full tf S 1 BLAIR Agt Mens and Boys Summer clothing at cot I have yet a nicer line of Suits and odd Pants and yill sell them at a bargain W L WALKER 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 L nber05Vi D Frtnfier and Walker Bryant Managers i aIIctf IjINOTICE TTitt PAYERS I w lWeek begin to wind up for ill taxes unpaid for the year 1906 I have advertised and filled appoint t ments in each magisterial District of the County keqmredbyiaw and will now call on you for the last time without a r levyNo person is to be passed this time with a promise x This is a matter of business and I propose to treat it as SUCKS r f Any person taking this asa joke can judge about that when called upon the v next time We B PATTE SON SAcC Ji Aug G1J906y ff liI ryJ I I ft Jij Iki of f tiJ Lj iiF r 1 PAID LIST The News Honor Rollls Your Name Written There The following are paid subscribers since our last issue Edward Aarons W T Elder B F Tupman Z T Young J F Turner John Littrell Mrs E A Suddarth J E Bobo Cattie Stephens P W Baron L E McGinnes J W Thomson Wm Rigney J Z Reynolds S W Petty Wm Vance T B Curry J D Walker J F Patteson Mrs J S Cole W N Grider Velmer Antle S M Selby Wm Darnell C B Turner Eugene Rice Elmer Morgan N J Wilcoxin T R Price James Roberts J H Chew S C Pemberton N M Davis Glover Breeding T W Mont gomery Mark Wilson Charles Sutton C L Faulkner Moore Montgomery- D Dowell F D Cobb W J Montgomery t J R Sanders John Durham V Sullivan B L Conover W H Newby S T Evans Mrs Matilda Judd Mrs Clayton Bell J G Blackford H G Wilson J W Roach R T Dowdy 0 G McMahan G T May Miss Nina Yates Curt Bell J H Goff C C Traylor J F Stagg R L Snow Wi H Ross L D Potts G W Bledsoe- R L Bell W H Parson Dr D C Combest DrI W T Irvine W MI Elder Collins Matthew 1 Aarons Mrs Mary Tucker Henry Coleman JI Johnson E D Yates J Aa Vaughan Miss Emma Vaughan Monday was County Court A fair crowd was in town and some stock hands FOR SALEA house and Jot in Glen ville Thre are four acres of ground 434t BASIL CHAPMAN Ladies light weight and light colored skirts at cost failY to see them W L WALKER Mechanics are here putting Mr T Stapps Roller Mill in shape fewIwill be ready for business in a Jays EM Burton was held over for killing James Dooley his bond being fixed at three thousand dollars which the accused readily gave Next Friday night will be the regular election of officers in Columbia Chap AllilIbe present StandardLumber Company of IThe New York will start their here the first of next week There ae at this time between three and four hundred logs on the yard Logs are arriving at the ate of twentyfive per day This is a great enterprise and will pay out many thousands of dollars to Adair county Six months ago we heard that nearly all the best timber in Adair county hadI been cut For four weeks logs at the ate of twentyfive or thirty per day have been hauled through town en route to the mills located this side of the bridge Mill men who have recently been over the county say there is yet an abundance of timber Mr S D Barbee returned from Eli da New Mexico last Saturday night He filed a claim and perhaps has pur chased three lots and a dwelling Mr R M Grissom being his partner in this transaction He thinks the terri tory around Elida when developed will be a good farming country The crops last year were reasonably good but this year they are short He say witlil tens or two exceptions the Adair County people are satisfied rr It should be very gratifying to the Fanmarand the people of Cumberland county generally to know that everybody from this section speak in the highest terms of the very excellent order that prevailed during the entire exhibition r It is rarely the case that in a crowd of five or six thousand people there are not some disturbances but at Burkes ville Fair every thing was serene from IniS f i pH1 ea 7 iiRestaOti P W N Brlnton So- nProprietors t Lunch at all Hours Day M Night II 3 COMFORTABLE ROOMS J II 5 The trade of Adair and adjoiLing lei couuties solicited LEBANON KENTUCKY Y r c r rrr rrrY c rrs G pS UM 8- F i woc NIflNAB CkNES HENRY W EDDLEMM4- 08W MARKET STLOUiSVLLEKY KENTUCKY FAIR DATES 4 Paris September 45 days Elizabethtown September 43 days Monticello September 114 days Glasgow September 124 days Falmouth September 264 daysi f ivi11e EVERYBODY ATTEND THE- WAYNE COUNTY FAIR To Be Held A- tMonticello Ky t 11121314 1906 and see one of the best County Fairs in the State The Management has secured t KEMP SISTERS WILD WEST SHOW as a free attraction and prepared a most excellent program You will see the biggest crowds ever assembled in Wayne CountY also Exhibits RARELY SFEN AT COUNTY FAIRS = Dont Forget the Dates u Rentuckyiate faifti S25000 September SeAtJ7N II IN PREMIUMS- AND PURSES1 TROTTING AND RUNNING RACES DAILY Im Magnificent Exhibits and Other Attractionsy tjW RAILROAD RATES j- iUU l BHWJ4 si ITtf1II We are in Hie maI G Lumber at oar GO NIIYard Wcrjve fajr n l spefltlon anJ pail lli all esticash prices Give fl SG Trial Stimdard Saw Mill Go IIE4 b 3 Fifth Avenue Hotel tPIKE CAMPBELL MGR i IRefurnished Redecorated and Re modled A Firstclass HoteLat Poputlar Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS e v 1 71 Louisville Kentucky ooso ya tj l r = h 7 v I B 1II j Lln e fI 1r = Wheat Drills Winter Oatsandl All Kinds of Seed For Sale J it fUllAJi ICe1 tucR Jamestownr 0 i Tw 7J r 3t 1 FRED HARDWICK Pres J H COCKE Pres R D1ETZMAN Snpt W T Pync Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 MILUWRIGJITS fflACJ1I1STZ DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIKTeeNTttMftIN LOUISVILLe SMOIESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Workt JrCJ p JOBBING WORK SOLICITED All Kinds of Machinery Repaired j j J H SMITH G H 1ELL- r 1 SOP AT rHE COLU MBIA HOTEL Smith Nell Props i This Hotel was formerly known as the MAI C U 1 IJ OTEL The Largest and Best Hotel in Green River Section The above named firm hai just purchased it and it willbe run in firstclass style fj Rooms clean and the table supplied with the best the market affords Traveling trade solicited ColumbIa Kentucky- FRANK X X X XX CrX rVX 3NZXX CORCORAN I HIGHGRADE MARBLE AND GRANITE CEMETERY WORK OP ALL Kmo TRADE FROM ADAIR AND ADJOINING COUNTIES SOLICITED SEE us BEFORE YOU BUY i i1 in Streetf TLebanon Ky t I CO t 4Dref Yr I OSTEOPATHY t riCONSULTATION AND Offlcc t EXAMINAT i N FTEE AT RESIDENCE r Jj d Columbia Hv TcYw ti