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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 Jf t Si emj J y i4 tpI = IWiJ iit 12 190 Ck NUMBER 44 j Ji L DIRECTORY o POST OFFICEu J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days 730 L m to 830 p m COURT CIRCUIT CoURTThree sessions a yearThird Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit JudzeH C Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A Huddleston Sheriff W B Patteson Circuit ClerkT P Neat j monthCOUNTYJudge Junius Hancock County Attorney G P Smythe ClerkT R Stints laUerA W Tarter Assessor G W Pike Surveyor W M McCubbin School SupL Mrs G R Slisltm CoronerC W Rowe v tCrrr Coua- MayorCapt ViW Bradshaw JudgeAttorneyGordon Montgomery r MarshalS C Strange CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN BuxnavnoJi STRMT Rer W C Clemens pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool at 9 L m every Sab bath Prey ermeeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BmaaenLLm STWMT Rev A R Kasey pastor Services lit 2nd and 3rd Sundays in each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9 aDo Prayer meetinz Thursday nightBAPTIST GUCNSBUKO SlUElpastorFirst and third Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 L m Prayermeeting Wednesday night CHRISTIAN CArteaaLLsVILL1 PncBEId ZT Williams pas tor Services second and Fourth Sundays in each month SundaySchool even Sabbath at 930 Wednesday nighta m Prayermeeting LODGE MASONIC V COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A M Regnlar 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 a COLUMBIA CHAPTER R A M No7 meets Friday night after full moon SAM LEWIS H Po Horace Jeffries Secretary COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month E G ATKINS T L M T R STULTS RECORDER ISAPAM B k milt CANES ruIU GLOY HENRY W EDDLEMAN 4DSV1 MARKET ST LOUISVILLEKY JAMES TRIPLETT DENTIST RESIDENT PHONE 29 OFFICE PHONE 40 RING ISTOFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK I CO LUM BIA KENTUCKY Dr O S Dunbar DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 4bRING 3 Columbia Kentucky W E Iiestef 1 DENTIST l I r Jamlltoq 1t t sU kU t t f I Y 7i ot bt r I r ta x DEATH OF A GOOD WOMAN l On the evening of Aug 31st about 5 oclock Mrs Nancy Cravens was called from this world to that bright home of the saints just over on the other shore The cause of her death was a complication of diseases She had been confined to her bed for the last four months Nancy Cravens was born in Russell county March 18 1840 She was happily married to Fred Cra vens April 14 1879 To this union was born two children Her husband pre ceeded her to the great beyond years ag2In early life she accepted Jesus as her Saviour and united with the Baptist Church and was a devout mem ber until the end came She had a lovely disposition and was good to the sickalways having a kind word for everybody She leaves two children two brothers and three sisters and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss We wish to say to her dear children prepare to meet your mpiher in that land where theres to be no more sad parting Funeral services were by Moses Foleyafter which the remains were laid to rest in the Abrell graveyard McFARLAND Mrs D C McFarland whose home was near Montpelier died a few days ago She was about fifty years old and was a victim of typhoid fever She one of the best women in the comvas munity and the loss is deeply felt by a large circle of relations and friends Mrs A Hunn is the owner of a very affectionate cow A short time ago Mr James Garnnet lost his cow leaving a young calf He gave the calf to master Lucian Hunn who placed it with his mothers cow she having no calfA few days ago Mr Joe Coffeys cow was taken sick She had a young calf and that was turned over to the Hunn cow Both calves and their adopted mother are getting along nicely the mother giving as much attention as she would were the calved her own Mrs Mary Garnett has transferred to Prof C R Payne about nine acres of land lying to the right of Her home residence The survey will begin at the culvet near where John T Barbee lives and will run with the old road to the Russell Springs road Considera tion 2500 Prof Payne will erect a handsome residence on the knoll one of the most commanding views about town A street will also be opened by Prof Payne running from the Camp bellsville pike through the premises Exhibitors of swine at the Kentucky State Fair will congratulate themselves and the State Fair management upon the announcement that Prof J J Ferguson with Swift Co of Chic ago has been secured to judge the swine rings at the coming fair Sep tember 17th and 22d Prof Ferguson is an expert whose judgment of hogs will hardly be questioned by any cne Prof A H Ballard has bought a half interst in E Li Sinclair Cos wholesale house and hereafter the style of the firm will be Columbia Grocery Co Prof Ballard is a gentleman pos sessing excellent bu siness qualifications and will devote his whole time to building up a large trade throughout this section Mr Sinclair has been in the business for more than two years and has met with good uccessICorn is rapidly maturing and unless killing frost comes earlier than usua the entire crops will be saved It is predicted that the market will open at 175 per barrel but we do not expect it to be under 200 It is certainly worth 200 to grow it it matters not how plentiful Persons who will be in Columbia next Monday opening of Circuit Court and who are indebted to this office are requested to call and pay up l d L Ey si I f Ji + N JUDGE Ii C BAKER President Board Trustees I Columbia M High School T61STPREPARES BUSINESS TEACHING COLLEGE USIC DEPARTMENT In charge of C Fredric Ohlenmacher who as a I Teacher of Music has no superiors and few equals in this section of the State RUSSELL Secretary F FOR AND DEPARTMENT recentlyaI Competent Teachers in Every Departmentlv iJt v d Of School vv a v I Two Good Boarding Mom s on the College Campus in Charge of Mrs RW Shirley RATES VERY REASONABLE Fall Term Began Monday Septmeber 3rd Enrole NOW Dr A L Whitfield Prin COLUMBIA = = = = = = KENTUCKY I SMOOTHNESS IN WOMANHOOD AND GIRLS A young lady approached me the other day and requested that I write something smooth about the ways of girls and women Of course I couldnt refuse and 1 told her Id do my best although I hadent studied upon that subject for some little bit The first thing 1 did was to get a piece of glass and put my paper down on it She ask ed me why I did that and I informed her so that the writing might be smooth whether the words were or not She seemed to not understand my meaning and departed from me with a puzzled look on her face Now when a boy goes to writing smooth about girls and women he must be one of those good natured fellows that doesent take offense at anything because if he is highstrung a giddy girl may say something that might throw him out of gear at any time As we are talkingI about smoothness in women I late an instance that occurred tomeii11 this town not long ago I was solicitedI to come to the home of a cer man in the southern part of the city to practice my profession on interior dec orating During the progress of the job when reported for duty one morn ing she cried out just as soon as I got on the front veranda What made you so late this morning She frightened me at first but when I pulled out my regulator I assured her that I was only 1 minute and 47 seconds behind the promised time but she seemea not to be satisfied still and kept fussing around So I told her to make a cal deIductsollookedan iceberg and left the room hastily This is what I call a smooth woman with the rough side turned out On the other hand I was engaged at another place in this town and the young lady would ask me to wait until about 8 or 9 oclock before I began work and in the afternoon I would quit at 4 or 5 She never did question my time or make any remarks about my work She t L kfr i i 4 F t Ia i is what I calla smooth girlj with no roughness to turn out Some girls are smooth at home and others are smooth abroad while others are smooth all the time This is the smoothest smooth thing that I can write about girls and women at this time F McL MASONIC ELECTION Columbia Chapter No7 Royal Arch Masons elected the following officers last Friday night for the ensuing year- J D LoweHigh Priest W W BradshawKing E G Atkins Scribe WvA GarnettC of Host t iT A MurrellP Sojourner G P SmytheR A Captian Frank Sinclair3d V A D Patteson 2d V W K Azbill 1st V Horace JeffriesSecY R F PaullTreasurer G A SmithSentinel PREACHING NEXT SUNDAYs J L Adkins AlbanyrW H C Sandidge Union W S Dudgeon Plu11poiritj J F Roach Pierces A R Kasey Columbia S W A Grant Cane Valley G Y Wilson Elroy T J Campbell Antioch F J Barger Pleasant Hill Z T Williams Mt Pleasant H T Jesse Smiths Grove Sam Lewis has fonr mules at his place of business which he would sell if he could find a buyer They are perfectly red which is very remarkable and he guarantees them to be in stationary condition warrants them not to kick and will give ten dollars to any man who is the owner of four mules that are kept at less expense Mr Frank Sinclair has awarded the contract to the Columbia Brick Company to extend his store building back to the alley a distance of twenty feet two stories high The work will begin at oncewhe1t addition is completed Mr Sinclair will have one of the most commodious store buildings in the town J aXll a tJIf itjff J I J iti J o THE ART Will be in Charge of Miss Sallie Baker Student in the Art Academy of Cincinnati 4r 4 IAVOICE FROM FAIRPLAY I desire to say that jl am proud of the Adair County News Itstimulates our boys nearly all of them engaged in some kind of enterprise- I have visited other counties recent ly and was asked what makes Columbia grow so rapidly It is because the people of Adair county want a town I love our town and the people of Co lumbia love the country Ve all in tend to work together for advancement Our county is full of speculators Tim ber men are as thick as wildcats in the mountains of Arkansas and they are given a hearty welcome There are no better business men than can be found in Columbia and Adair county and the ladies God bless them are as hand some as pictures The hospitality of the county can not be surpassed So let us push forward until Columbia be comes a thriving city and the county throughout the most enterprising in the State FOR SALE My farm lying on the waters of Sulphur creek Adair county containing 70 acres between 50 and 60 acres in bottom the remainder wood land new dwelling of 6 rooms well watered orchard and necessary out buildings four miles Southeast of Co lumbia For further particulars call on or address G A SMITH 441m Columbia Ky There are quite a number of typhoid fever cases in the county and there have been several deaths Clenliness is said to be the surest agency to ward off this deadly disease and it behoves every body to keep their premesis in a good sanitary condition Do not wait until the malady reaches the community be fore you begin to clean up The Faculty of the Male and Female High School is well pleased with the beginning of this school year The at tendance the first week was much great er than last year and with the pre sent opening the management feels sure that the old building will bey well filled with pupils by the end of the monthr X ij1 is t ti i The visit of Marshal Cundiff to this town two weeks ago has had a fine effect Several bootleggers were arrest etedwill be tried in the Federal Court Before his coming it is said it was but little trouble to get a bottle of liquorat any time Now we are told it is al most impossible to secure it A dar key was asked on the streets a few days ago if he knew any person who had whisky for sale His answer was Pshaw you cant get negroes to han dle red apples Mr D K Pelley of Pellyton one of the best citizens in Adair county wast here last week looking at town proper ty with the view of buying a home and removing to Columbia He looked at a number of dwellings and was well pleased with several but he did not purchase When he left he stated thatthe would return the first week of court and by that time his mind would be made up He also wants to purchase a farm near town As above stated there is no better citizen and we would be glad to have Mr Pelly locate with us l Chapman Dohoney of McKinney Texas writes the News as follows Inclosed find one dollar for which move my subscription up one year I anxiously look for the paper every Fri day morningjust like getting a letter from home Too muchrain in Texas Cotton is not very promising in Collin county at this writing Succuss to the t News and old Adair Dp not send your sons and Jdanghters away from home to be educated We have two firstclass institutions here in Columbia and local schools every thing equal should receive the patrohage of home people Besides tuition and board is much cheaper said that squirrels are plentiful few are being brought to mar Ibutvethe fown is hungry fdr wild meat hunters would bring in squirrels they forithem Bring your Idesto the Standard Hard wood Lumb r Company and get tbeu eah39ti rt y r ir cIr4Ld J I i ffjr TOE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 121906Ir BELIEF ISIAR IN CUBA IS NEAR END 4 IMPRESSION GENERAL AT HA VANA THAT INSURGENTS ARE READY TO QUIT PURSUIT OF REBELS WILL BE CONTINUED w Government Still Enlisting Recruits Order Issued Granting Amnesty to All Who Surrender Disastrous Defeat for Rebels Havana Aug 29 Investigation shows that a statement made by Sena tor Dolz a leader of the Moderate party at the conclusion of a conference with President Palma at mid night to the effect that practically all the insurgent leaders of consequence except Pino Guerra had signified their willingness to disband their men if all were positively guaranteed immunity for their insurrectionary acts was an exaggeration lt the impression was general Tuesday that the insurgents WillishortlyActing Secretary of the Interior Hontalvo had a long conference Tues day morning with Gen Rodriguez commander of the Rural Guards and directed him to continue the enlist ment of recruits and to push the pur suit of the insurgents in all directions Amnesty for All Who Give Up Secretary Sterling of the treasury said Tuesday that during the last few days numerous inquiries had been received from many of the insurgent chiefs in Havana Matanzas and Santa Clara provinces as to whether they would be prosecuted if they laid down their arms The government decided therefore as a general an swer to such inquiries and in order to encourage other insurgents to sub mit to the government to issue an or der to the commanders of the troops to grant amnesty to those who surrendered The secretary denied the announcements made here that the further enlistment of recruits had been stopped On the contrary he said the government intended to strengthen in every possible way the army and the power of the Guerra Losing governmentI Guerra is yet to be If seemingly reliable reports can be credited he has with him a formidable body of men but his recent inactivity leaves the impression that he desires rather to make a display of force than to do any serious fighting His earlier i promises to capture Pinar del Rio and 1then to march upon Havana followed by a period of inactivity has appar ently injured his prestige among in surgents and sympathizers who had expected him to make a bold dash against the government forces President Palmas peace expressions of Monday have made a good impres sion particularly among the business men whose interests are seriously threatened by the dsturbed condition of affairs President Palmas son has joined the army and his daughter has become an army nurse These enlist ments have also had a good effect Stunning Blow for Rebels At the moment Monday when the government was issuing its proclama tion offering pardon to rebels who would lay down their arms its forces were dealing the most telling blow that has yet been struck against the insurgentsFor days it had been stated that Gen Guzmans fprce of insur gents which was variously estimated at from 200 upward contemplated an attack on Cieufuegos Co l Valle with a detachment of Rural Guards and vol unteers was dispatched thither for the purpose of engaging Guzman and breaking up the band The encounter of the two forces re sulted in the worst disaster which the Insurgents have sustained up to this time They lost 17 killed and many wounded while the loss to the govern ment force was one killed The gov ernment is without further particulars of the fightRoosevelt Silent on Cuba Oyster Bay L I Aug 29In view of public statements that President Roosevelt had made known his in tended policy toward Cuba in the pres ent revolution in that island Secretary Loeb said Monday that any such state ments were entirely without foundation as the president had indicated to no one any determination in the matter Damage by Rising River Richmond Va Aug 29The Ap pomattox river took a sudden rise Monday night and is still rising The wharves at Petersburg are under wa ter flooding a number of business houses in the lower section of the city and doing considerable damage Street car traffic is suspended at some points and the railway bridges are being watched H pffsCometSeen- i Cambridge Mass Aug 29l A tele gram has been received at tbEfHar ward astronomical observatory from Prof W W Campbell at Lick observatory California stating that Hopffs comet was observed byPath August 25 7275 Greenwich mean time in right t ascension 22 hours 47 minutes 13 S seconds declination plus 10 degrees ifc minutes 33 seconds r t dt a THIRTl TWO DEAD IN BOMB OUTRAGE ATTEMPT TO KILL PREMIER OF RUSSIA RESULTS IN WHOLE SALE SLAUGHTER Gen Min Assassinated by Young v Woman in Pursuance of Edict Is sued by Revolutionary Committee the Murderess Firing Five Shots St Petersburg Aug 27The daugh ter of Premier Stolypin who was in jured by the bomb explosion in the premiers summer home Saturday and who was erroneously reported to have died was still alive Sunday having passed a quiet night under the effects of an opiate The premiers son who also was hurt is better The telegram sent by Emperor Nicholas to M Stolypin after the explosion was as follows I cannot find words to express my indignation I hope with all my heart that the health of your son and daughter will soon be restored and likewise that of the other persons in juredThe dowager empress Sunday morn ing made inquiries as to the condition of the premiers children Total Dead ThirtyTwo Two more persons injured by the explosion died during the night bring ing the total number of deaths up to 32 Twentysix persons were killed instantlyThe committee of the social revolutionists has drawn up a proclamation which declares that un less the government fortwith alters its policy such acts as the attempt on the life of Premier Stolypin will be pursued to the utmost and government representatives will be killed by hundreds Gen Min Assassinated Saturdays unsuccessful attempt on the life of Premier Stolypin with its sickening useless slaughter of 32 per sons was followed Sunday night by another revolutionary outrage in which Gen Min commander of the Seminovsky guard regiment and who since his promotion to be a general has been attached as a personal adjunct to the suite of the emperor was killed on the station platform at Peterhof by a young woman who fired five shots into his body from an automatic revolver and then without resistance submitted to arrest The capture of the girl was effected by Gen Mins wife who held her until the arrival of anofficerThis the third successive at tempt on the life of Gen Min who was condemned to death by the terrorists immediately after the Moscow revolt last December on account of stern repression practically by a battalion under his command and especially for the wholesale execution of persons condemned by drumhead courtmar tial for being caught with arms in their hands Shot in Back Gen Min was returning from his summer residence at Peterhof and had just greeted his wife and daughter on the platform when a young woman almost a girlapproached from be hind and fired two shots into his back and then three more into his body as it sank to the ground Further shots were prevented by Madame Min who threw herself upon the murderess and seized the hand which held the pistol The woman did not attempt to escape but she cautioned Madame Min not to touch a handbag which she had placed on the platform before shooting the general explaining that it contained a bombTo police the girl acknowledged that she had done the deed saying she had executed the sentence of the fight ing organization of the social revolutionists but she refused to give her name KERMIT ROOSEVELT IN WRECK Son of President Slightly Shaken but Wires He Is All Right St Paul Minn Aug 27Delayed- for several hours but uninjured by the wreck of the North Coast limited upon which he was coming east from a visit to his fathers old ranch at Medora N D Kermit Roosevelt and his young friend John Heard reached St Paul Sunday afternoon The accident to the train on which young Roosevelt was riding occurred at Berea a small station west of Valley City and was caused by a split switch Five coaches were derailed but none of the passengers were seri ously Injured Young Roosevelt who occupied a compartment sleeper was somewhat shaken up but otherwise experienced no illeffects He at once wired the president at Oyster Bay that he was all right- FOREIGN COMMERCE IS LARGER Totals as Compared with Last Year Show Big Increase WashingCoriv Aug 27The imports for the month of July according to the monthly statement of foreign com mcrce issued by the department of commerce and labor were 102586797 as against 84512606 for July 1905 while the total amount of exDorts for ttI Iif l July 1906 were 111551415 as lagainst 674454040 for the same pe 1905 while the total exports for the seven months in 1906 ended with July were 969394143 as pegIINDIVIDUAL ASSETS Of Standard Oil Men Under the Sher man Act the Next Move Chicago Aug 29The United States government asked the Standard Oil Co Dickens famous question What will he do with it It mean the tremendous indictment returned Mon day against the oil combine It is stated that tacitly the company has serviceI here for St Paul where he will confer with Attor ney Frank B Kellogg as to subsequent prosecutions which will involve the prosecution of individual officials of the oil company under the provisions senIpoints at which this branch of the fislit will be prosecuted HANDIWORK Like Jack the Rippers Done on a Woman in New York 4 New York Aug 29A women known as Mrs Annie Moore was found murdered in a furnished room in Sec ond street She had been slashed in a manner suggesting the work of Jack the Ripper No weapon was found and there were few blood marks around the room Jas Moore who had posed as tne womans husband was held by the police on suspicion It was he who notified the police of the murder Moore said he and the woman had been living together for seven years Moores son Edward IS was arested 11toAppomattox Booming Richmond Va Aug 29The Appo mattox river took a sudden rise and is still rising The wharves at Petersburg are under water flooding a num lowerIIIPikle Factory Burned 29Fire which start ed inthe warehouse of the Heinze Pickle Co destroyed the plant and the large factory of the American Can Co Total loss estimated at 241000 of which 200000 is on the American f Can Cos plant Loeb Says Its Not True Oyster Bay Aug 29In view of public statements that President Roosevelt had made known his intend ed policy toward Cuba in the present revolution there Secretary Loeb said that any such statements were entire ly without foundation I Riot at Polling Place Montgomery Ala Aug 29 At New site Tallahoosa county Chas Cook probaICroweMCaught in the Act Sorento 111 Aug 29Wm Lyons alias Frank Rose an escaped convict whoICharleston Ill but escaped was captured here as he was about to blow- the Beeson Bank IStrikers buildingIon a Santander Spain Aug 29ThG strikers at Camargo are destroying the mines of their and railways have been pillaged fItrouble at Camargo NOT BUYING UP DISTILLERIES Standard Oil Horrified at the Thought of Making Whisky New York Aug 29MF Elliott OilIstepsIleries in the United States as the re suit of the passage of the denatured alcohol law absurdIdirection whatever nor will it We have no interest in buying up distilleries or in the manufacture of deana tured alcohol There have been no negotiations to that end and no talk of any Mrs Long worths Open Fete CincinnatisfifthAlice Roosevelt Longworth Tuesday At ten oclock the daughter of the president pressed a gold button on the balcony of Music hall overlooking Elm street An electric current sped to a great chime of bells which crown the bridge of smiles and air- toms heralded the opening of the festival which will continue four weeks Baggage Man Killed Cairo Ill Aug 29EJMcDona- id of St Louis a baggage man on the Illinois Central railroad was killed here Tuesday when a south bound passenger train struck a string of freight cars standing on a aIde track No one else was hurt t Ti t t 7 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX r Er mrL L XI w Callc And See Usin- w V n V 7i rAND BE CONVINCED THAT 1 7rw our Styles are the wI NEWESTs Sri Assortment 1 E LARGEST fAliniii and Prices the 2 LOWEST M I iBUGGIESVJUST RECEIVED mv= HARDWARE FARM IMPLEMENTS fiELD SEEDS iniv Sons Columbia Ky w- w 7iz- n 71- Cwvww 7iC- v 7iC7cinrr7rr71 ivr iiCmnr Vriw vrw wriwvv L w ivvwv7 fir fvrvf rrr rm rf Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it im parts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c 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 a good campaigner This section of the district is for him Two Deaths at LouisvilleILouisville KyPatrick McCarthy a stonemason 32 was overcome by heat at his home He soon died Renn 45 a barkeeper died GeorgeI trouble superinduced by Peter Schaefer a carpenter was prostrated 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 Knifed 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 genIeralern road died after long illness pleural trouble He was the son ofI Judge John Barr of Louisville was one of the most prominent railroad men in the state Changed the DaterIEminence KyBy order of Col W B Crabb commander of the Fourth Kentucky cavalry the date of the re union which was to have ben held at Sparta on September 12 has been changed to Friday September 14 Two 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 Clothier Defeats Behr Newport R I Aug 29 William J Clothior of Philadelphia defeated Karl Behr of New Yorkintbe finals Tuesday oJ the allcomers tournament in the national lawn tennis champion being6kr Will Again Represent Porto Rico San Juan PRAug29Theun- ionist party Tuesday unanimously renominated Tulio Larrinaga as corn missioner of poftl Rico to the United States congress iy V 1 vkiV r y1 l f Ssvti 1 TUE PATTESON HOTEL No better place can be found than the above namII ed HOTEL It is NEW ele gantly furnished and the table supplied at all times with the best the market affordsFeed in Connection J B Patteson Pro Jamestown Kentucky I I Coffins AND Caskets H I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be soldat short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it patronizeJ E Snow Russell Springs WilMdE HOTEL i Firstslass Table Good Sample Rooms Feed Stable j Reasonable Rates WM WILMO efRO- Qr KentuckyF 4 i4 f allrf I IC Jewlers and Opticians 1 Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall 132 Market Bet 1st 2d StLouisville Ky S D Crenshaw EONi r Spec ial Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavir or surgical work done at fairprices Iam well fixed to take care of stock Money due when work is done or stock removed from stables INEIALf MILE ON IISAP fROM COLUMIIA POINTMENT I aATs PS FURS CANES EDDLEMAJI400W 1 r s u fir r rJ THE ADAM COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 121906 t I II Fine Berkshire Uogs I 1 WE HAVE SELECTED WITH great care and now own of the finest herds of Berkshires ever brought to this county Theycome di rect from Vanderbilts fam BlLTMORE STRAIN The leader of this herd LOYAL SSP V 8212 is a boar of fine individuality 12 months old and is registered in the AMERICAN BERKSHIRE ASSN Springfield Ill Terms of season 100 at the gate or 150 due when pigs are farrowed We have several nice gilts which we will offer for sale in a few weeks We are located one mile from Columbia on Stanford road Harris Bros Columbia JOHN HARRIS ERNEST HARRIS I ALL HEIGHTS IN STOCK Dehler BrothersCAR1 tncn 1 1 116 E Market St z II Louisville Send for Catalogue one ous BLtVQQd mew FHICE sinoun STYLE ros III SIX HEIGHTS LUMBER WONTED We are in the market tor Lumber at our Columbia Yard We give fair In spedtion and pay iiioHest GaSh prices Give us a Trial Standard Saw Mill Go B F RftKESTRflW =Manager Eo IL NEWBERRY Yard for6rnanI Enterprise Hotel Chas F Gans Bro Props 223243 W Market St Bet Floyd and Preston Louisville Kentucky RATES 100 Per DayI l Absolute satisfaction Special rates to Boarders a The Louisville TrustSouthwest Gorn e Vsom pciny mi M Mark 6t LOUISVILLE KYActsasExecutor Administrator Trustee Guardian Assignee etc and as agent and attorneynfactof inexperienced personsjand of Benevolent and Religious Institutions and Orders and infact fills every positionof trust that can be held by an individual 1 R nts Safe DepositjBoxea or Drawers in the largest and strongest fireproof and burg larproof vaults in the entire Soutn Takes care of Silverware and other valuable property in its capacious fireproof storagevaults Pays interestondepoaits in its Savings Department and compounds the interestsem nnually Takes charge of realestate collects rents pays taxes insurance etc and mekes sale ofjimprovei and unimpaoved prperty Acts as agent and attorney for nonresidents Man agement of estates aspecialty- Acts as Trustee Rsgistar andEransfer Agent for railroads and other corporations and and as Fiscal Agent for thepayment3of coupons Depository for Trustees Guardians Executors Administrators and fiduciaries vDILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FURNITURE CHAIRS 10AND MATTRESSESYr 1 J 2 8T MAIN STREET Kiifir AND SIXTH Louisville f h t J t i j s v I KENTUCKYS AIR A BIG SUCCESS Exhibition ToBe Held Next Week at Louisville Opens September 17 and Closes Night of September 22 Trotting and Running Races Every Day Premiums and Purses Amount to More Than 25000 Band Concerts and Scores of Other Attractions Vis itors Will be Well Entertained Everything is in readiness for ths State Fair which will begin next Mon day at Louisville The grounds having been beautified and put in perfect shape the exhibits are being received and assigned to their proper quarters and hundreds of little details are being attended to and preparations prac tically completed and will undoubt edly prove the greatest Fair ever held in the State of Kentucky In many respects the Fair will be a surprise to those who attend as it will give un mistakable evidence of the great ad vance that has been made by Kentucky in the past few years and will show to the world the extant and value of her products the preeminence of her horseflesh and magnificence of her other live stock Splendid specimens of tobacco from her fields and grain from her farms will be displayed in abundance Complete evidence of the industry and thrift of her housewives will be shown The State Fair deserves and will doubtless receive the hearty and untiring support of every loyal son of the commonwealth It is a State institu tion belongs to the citizens of Bell and Calloway Counties as well as to the residents of Jefferson It is the Fair of the Mountains the Blue Grass the Pennyrile and Purchase It Is a place where Kentuckians meet on equal ground interested alike in the upbuilding of the State To make it a success and build it up from year to year will be the pleasure and the duty of every Kentuckian The State Fair must be made to rank with those of Kentuckys sister States which have been longer established Ken tucky has the citizenship and natural resources and stands preeminent in the breeding of horseflesh and has nothing to ask when thrown in com petition with the agricultural or stock breeding interests of other States S t t t Managed by State Board The State Fair affords an opportun ity to the men who are dalevoping Kentuckys mineral resources to ad vertise the untold wealth that lies in her mountains The State Fair will ba held under the management of the Board of Control appointed by the State Board of Agriculture Immigra tion and Forestry W T Harris is Chairman of the Board and J B Bowles of Bardstown is Secretary Prize money amounting to more than 25000 will be distributed during the week This is an unusually large sum the 15000 appropriated hy the State having been supplemented by more than 10000 in addition Much of this has been contributed by busi ness organizations and public spirited citizens of Louisville The entire amount has been appropriated approximately as follows Horses 5500 00 Cattle 5000 00 Mules and jack stock 400 CO Womens department SOO 00 Field seed tobacco h6 ti culture etc 2500 00 Hogs 1500 00 Sheepr 1500 00 Purses for the races 8500 00 The large amount of prize money of fered has attracted the highest class of entries both from Kentuckians and other exhibitors The show rings will be worthy of the Fair and of the State in every respect In every department the exhibits will be better than have been hoped for by the management or the outsider The added attractions of the Fair will be of the highest class The mu sic will be furnished by a band of six ty musicians composing one of the mcst famous organizations now tour ing the United States the State hair management having felt justified in going to great expense in securing this band believing that the patrons of the Fair art entitled to the Ttrj best of everything The carnival company will hare fifteen shows upon the grounds all of them strictly moral and there will he none permitted that are not suitable in every respect for women and children No gambling devices will be permitted and special precaution will be taken to protect every visitor from swindlers and thieves Open at Night The gates of the Fair will be open each morning at 9 oclock when the showing of horses cattle and livestock will begin The show rings frill be continued throughout the afternoon with occasional intervals during which ttiitWiltoccur The Fair will Abe TVJ v Sy arI open at night until 11 oclock the at tractions being concerts fry and shows of the carnival Every day will be featured companyI and the first day will be as last A complete programme has been provided and will begin at 9 oclock on Monday morning and continuo without interruption until 11 oclock Saturday night Not a single department will be lacking in interest The farmer who is thinking of ouying some new machinery will find the latest improved farming implements displayed with experts to explain their working The housewife will find the womens department a lasting source of delight where she can rest and enjoy herself while her husband jour neys through the various stalls closely examining the liva stock Ne resident of Kentucky can fail to be benefited by his attendance at the Fair whether he comes to compete with his horses and cattle for the prize money or whether he comes merely as a spectator to see what others are doing and see how he can improve his own breeding of stock or cultivate his land more successfully The trip will not ba expensive and it will be worth the while The Fair which begins next week will be the fourth State Fair held in Kentucky and will be held on the same ground that the first one was held several years ago At that time though the exhibits of live stock and agricultural products were fully up to the exprecta tions of the managers there were no outside attractions This year there will be the carnival shows the band concerts and many other interesting events which were not provided for the first State Fair The beautiful and classic course of Churchhill Downs will ba magnificently decorated and beautified Not until the grounds are entered the splendor of the State Fair and Its myriad attractions will be appreciated Those who fail to attend will long hava reason to regret its a s s Prize List Approved Many expressions of commendation of the manner in which the prize money is to be distributed at the Kentucky State Fair come from prominent exhibitors throughout the State Prize money has bean distributed among the several classifications in such a way as to suit the conditions in Kentucky and the stock breeders and horsemenII are wall pleased with the In the first place the prize list amounting to more than 25000 is greater by 7000 than the prize list for last years State Fair and is greater than was ever hung up for anyI previous fair held in this State In addition to this several breeds which- have heretofore bean exhibited at the State Fair have been eliminated from the catalogue and the money not used in that way will go to increase the premiums for the other classes For instance no French draft Percheron or coach horsas will be shown None of these breeds are raised by Kentucky horsemen and prizes have heretofore gone to enrich dealers in other States More than this the Board of Control has reserved a large amount of the prize money exclusively for Kentucky breeders and the prize winners In these classes will be eligible to com pete also in the open classes against the best that Is entered from other StatesThe system of allotting dates for State Fairs is sure to prove of great advantage to the Kentucky Fair as many exhibitors begin with the Ohio State Fair and make the circuit The circuit this year opens with the Ohio Fair at Columbus and is followed by the Indiana Fair at Indianapolis The Kentucky State Fair at Louisville la third and then after one week comes the Illinois Fairat Springfield The prize list for the Kentucky State Fair compares favorably wIth that of the other State Fairs though it is the youngest of the quartette and in addition to the exhibitors who follow the circuit there will be a large number of ICentuckians to show at Louisville who do not make a practice of showing at other State Fairs It is predicted that many breeders of h lS and cattle which have had victories in Ohio and Indiana meet with surprises when they at Louisville A big feature of the Fair will be the classes for fivegaited saddlers The first premium is worth frequently as much as 5000 and never less than 3000 and a large number of classes tor this typically American saddle horse have been pro tided In addition to this 1200 UO there will be a silver cup donated by W J Hogan President of the Kentucky Horse Show Society A cup for the but filly or colt valued at 40000 has been donated by the American Saddle Horse Breeders Association the entries to this class are to be registered with this association There will also be a combination class the horses to be shown both under the saddle and in the harness The prizes in this class will amount to 8500 The horse will be judged equally from its performance in harness and under the saddle Another combination class and one not commonly shown will bo a threegaited saddle horse which will be shown also in harness They will be judged equally upon their saddle gait walk trot and canter and upon their performance in heavy harness as highsteppers The stalls which will be used for the horses said cattle will be thos regular In Mot for ths thoroughbred wlio rt i da iE tor j r 1 J race at the track all dry and kept NewIex- tra large size and built in the most modern manner This is an item of great interest to the breeders of sheep and swiine as at many fairs they are seri ously handicapped by the small pens provided for their charges Aisles will be so constructed as to give the crowd every opportunity for examining the live stock in the pens FORCED TO QUIT BUSINESS BIG PHILADELPHIA TRUST COM PANY IN TROUBLE Discovery Is Made Soon After Death of President That Finances Are Greatly Involved Philadelphia Aug 29The Real Estate Trust company closed its doors Tuesday afternoon It was the second in point of standing of the Philadel phia trust companies It has a capi tal and surplus of 2900000 and de posits of 7500000 It was established in 1885 and Frank K Hipple was its president up to the time of his death last Friday The company did a large business in call loans having about 6700000 of such loans out standingAn by the trustees of the company followed the death of Mr Hippie and disclosed such a state of affairs that a meeting of representa tive bankers was called for the after noon tQ consider the situation After examining the situation exhaustively these bank officials found themselves unable to lend the required assistance and called a meeting of their own trustees Meanwhile those in charge of the Real Estate Trust company found it necessary to close its doors thatInot the result of natural causes Samuel F Houston vice president of the company issued a statement after the concern had closed its doors in which he said that the affairs of the company were very much involved and that the officials found themselves businessI said the will amount to At comIpanies of the Philadelphia clearing house Tuesday an effort was made to raise money to tide the company over its difficulties but all we could get was 3500000 or about onehalf what was needed Consequently the court has been appplied to for a receiver bankIcaused a slight run early in the day and in the last half hour thousands of dollars were drawn out by depos itors Frank K Hipple was treasurer of the board of trustees of the general assembly of the Presbyterian church and it is said had all of the funds on deposit in his company Hippie had been engaged In heavy real estate deals and it is said lost millions of dollarsJudge Audenreid in common pleas court has appointed George H Earle Jr president of the Finance company of Pennsylvania receiver for the company ROOSEVELT SPELLS NEW WAY Official Correspondence Now Accord ing to the Phonetic Method Oyster Bay X Y Aug 29Presi dent Roosevelts correspondence is now spelled in accordance with the recommendation of the Carnegie spelling reform committee of which Prof Brander Matthews is chairman An official list of the 300 reformed words- reached the executive office Monday and the letters which were mailed Monday afternoon were spelled in accordance therewith This list will be the official dictionary of the executive staff henceforth and when the committee shall add new words to the list its recommendations are to be imme diately adopted- Washington Aug 29The presidents order regarding phonetic spell ing will be extended to all parts of the government By his direction all public documents are to be printed with that form of spelling A meeting was held Monday called by Public Printer Stillings of all the chief clerks of the various departments and a com mittee was appointed to formulate rules for carrying out this order The committee will report at a future meeting Church Is Set on Fire Lincoln Neb Aug 29Fire Tues day morning destroyed the First Christian church at Fourteenth and K streets the loss being 50000 The Catholics purchased the building ayear ago and were changing it into a cathedral Father Shine charged that enemies of the church net fire to the structure Thirty minutes after the flames were discovered the walls fell four firemen narrowly escaping death Sues for Quake Lose New York Aug 29 Thomas C Watkins has instituted suit for 38 500 against the TransAtlantic Fire Insurance company of Hamburg Gee many He alleged that the company failed tfrnmW geod ioeeea ffripe si bj the ea rtbguak flriB Sa IfefctsiM 1 it i j Sr t TI f ri0 t J as i r INDICT OIL IKTT ON 6428 COUNTS GRAND JURIES AT CHICAGO RE TURN10 TRUE BILLS AGAINST STANDARD CONCERN RECEIVING UNLAWFUL i REBATES IS CHARGE e Fines Aggregating 128560000 Can Be Imposed If Verdict of Guilty Is Returned in Each Case Rockefeller Company to Fight Chicago Aug 29The first big gun of the governments fight against the hereIMonday the relations of the oil corporation with various railroads centering in Chicago returned ten indictments to Judge Bethea In the indictments there is a total of 6428 counts each representing an allegation of the government that Standard Oil received an unlawful rebate from one of the railroad companies involved This Is the largest indictment in history The railroads mentioned in the in dictment which are not accused by the grand jurors are the Chicago Burlington Quincy the Chicago Alton the Chicago Eastern Illinois the Evansville Terre Haute the Illi nois Central the Southern and the Lake Shore Michigan Southern Can Be Fined Millions- If the Standard Oil company is found guilty under each count and the fine is placed at the maximum of 20 000 the total of the fines would reach the figure of 128560000 if at the minimum of 1000 the total would be 6428000 On an earlier indict ment Judge Bethea fixed the com panys bond at 25000 If the same ratio is pursued the present demand would be 8000000 Judge Bethea has announced to DIs- trict Attorney Morrison that he would prepare to consider the indictments any time after September 17 previous to which however a conference between all the federal attorneys interested is to be held at which Attorney General Moody will be present Standard to Fight Standard Oil promises to contest the battle at every step and the first strife will come when District Attorney Morrison appears before Judge Bethea to ask that the company be required to furnish bonds for its appearance to answer the indictments John S Miller who has been retained as special counsel by Standard Oil will resent the plea for bond Mr Miller said The Standard Oil company does not propose to resort to obstructive tactics and will not unnecessarily delay the hearing of the cases It is ridiculous however to ask the Standard Oil company to give bond for its appearance in court The company cannot run away I have never heard of a corporation being compelled to give bail in a criminal prosecution The indictments returned far exMceed any advance estimate of what the two grand juries have been doing in their secret sessions yet it is declared to be apparent that the reports are but the beginnings of the govern ments battle against Standard Oil The indictments referred simply to rebate giving and receiving and were InterIvastly more important phase of the proceedings welch are now the uppermost endeavors of the Roosevelt administration as betokened by the policy which has been mapped out by the president and Attorney Gen eral Moody is to bring Standard Oil to an accounting as violating the Sherman antitrust law as a corpora tion acting in restraint of trade ST PAUL FACTORIES BURNED Heinze Pickle Warehouse and American Can Plant Destroyed St Paul Minn Aug 29Fire which started in the warehouse of the Heinze Pickle company on the west side shortly after midnight Tuesday t and burned fiercely for three hours destroyed the big plant of the Heinze company the large factory of the American Can company and a three story frame tenement building on the opposite side of the street The total loss is estimated at 241000 When it was found that the fire had got beyond the control of the firemen the tenants in the frame building about 30 in number many of whom were employed In the factories were r ordered out of the building The tene ment soon caught fire and when the walls of the can factory fell they crushed the frame building to the ground The tenants lost about allrtheir personal effects t Press Clubs lit Convention Denver CaL Aug 29The six teenth annual convention of the In ternational League of Frees Class opened here Tuesday President T J Keenan of PIttsburg presided aide delivered an appropriate response to several addresses of welcome madtt b city andvsUie officials and WwwrtT r ia Kstig pdwtt of tW Del xs Ireclrb aS 4R li tfl iri J t fl j 0 i lj lj a isZi Jtrj I t t r 0J otfvS i r I k I r-x fIir ft14 THErCOLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 12 1906ft he aXx tounlD 1 1US Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County News Company INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR I Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Bntexed at the Columbia Postoffice as second elass mail matter WED SEPT 12 1906 c There is a great deal of talk just now among Democrat of Adair concerning the primary in November Perhaps there is more said than should be at this particular time from the fact no one knows who will be the suc cessful candidates in the prima ry and every Democrat should be in position to support the nom rinees cheerfully For a Demo ocrat to bring out all objectiona ble features of a candidate per haps enlarge on them and then have him to support at the gen eral election makes the pill a little bitter Be in a position to say you can cheerfully support the nominees theyrmay be Work for your men but work legitimately If you think there is a candidate who claims to be a Democrat but is con stantly aiding the Republican i party just say so but say it gent F lYeDo not let your prejudice get t the better of you for there is no telling what might happen in a State the size of Kentucky You might honestly change your poli tics some day join the Republi can party and if you should meet up with a man running for office to be voted for by the same par ty he having left the the Democrats after the Waterloo you would want to give him a cordial grasp and go in to win Be care ful how you talk there is a hen t onCo L T Neat has just passed through Texas enroute to New Mexico At Fort Worth he be came quite loquacious and inform ed a reporter of the Dallas News that Kentucky would fall into the hands of the Republicans after November election and that W 0 Bradley would be elected Unit ed States Senator The Doctor knows but his Republican friends in Kentucky will rake him over the coals upon his return for speaking out in meeting It was their intention to make a still hunt but a good thing politically is too uplifting for the Doctor to keeprRarely does it befall the lot of man to receive such an ovation as did W J Bryan at his home Lincoln Neb last Wednesday It was a nonpartisan reception of good will to a great citizen The city was handsomely decorat ed and excursions brought thousands of people not only Nebras kans but from all the nearby I States Before reaching home Mr Bryan was met by a large 4 ody of friends at Union Station Omaha Sam P McElroy one of Ma ridir countys best citizens was i oundlm a few Itdays ago Death was due to a i gunshot wound r 1s f Xifrfc All INVITATION i To Democrats of Kentucky You are cordially invited to at tend a reception to be given by the Democracy of the Solid South in honor of the Home coming of the nations most illustrious private citizen our partys chieftain William Jen nings Bryan Mr Bryan cabled from urope his acceptance of the Souths invitation to be its honored guest at a reception in the great Armory building in Louisville and since his return to America he has confirmed the selection of Wednesday September 12 as the date of his appear ance here Many of the most distinguished Democratic leaders in the Southern States have sig nified their intention to attend this great gathering The new Armory will comfortably seat 17 000 people while3000 more can find standing room This great building will likely be the scene of the next Democratic National Convention which will probably nominate Mr Bryan for the Pres idency Mr Bryan is expected to arrive in Louisville about noon on September 12 and will be es corted to one of the large hotels where an informal reception will be held for the public Several of the great orators will make speeches at the Armoury begin ning about 730 P M and Mr Bryan will appear in the hall about 800 P M The Armory doors will be open to the public at 700 P M110 tickets being necessary to the main ground floor Allrailroads have a rate of one fare puls 25 cents for the round- trip to LouisvilleVery truly JOHN W VREELAND Chairman Bryan Southern Re ception Committee Louisville A Democratic convention to nominate a candidate for Con gress in the Eleventh district to oppose D C Edwards will be held at London Wednesday Sep tember 26th Hon C W Met calf of Bell county it is believed will be nominated The names of several other gentlemen have been mentioned County prima ry meetings Saturday September 22d Battling Nelson a white man was defeated in the ring at Gold field Nev by Joe Gans anegro A white man who will face a ne gro ought to be defeated Gans is said to be a crook and a swind ler and ten years ago Nelson could not count change correctly for a ten dollar bill The Republicans are amazed at the speech of Taft while theI Democrats are rejoicing He stands for a revision of the tariff and it is believed that he re flects the views of the present administration In the coming primary Nov ember 6 1906 every Democratic voter in Adair county should go to the polls and express his choice for United States Senator and for State officers Today Wednesday Louisville will perhaps witness the largest number of people that ever visit ed the city It is Bryan day Fighting in Cuba has about sus pended an all sides are Hopeful of reachin San agreement fs k- x r Cw1Y rvbq ri1 The Democrats of this county should bear in mind that Hon John K Hendrick of McCracken county is a candidate before the Democratic primary for the nomination of Attorney General He is an able lawyer and a Democrat of the old school He would make a very efficient At torney General It begins to look like the Sun day closing in Louisville will be for a short duration Judge Mc Cann has decided that saloons can remain open on Sunday for the purpose of selling soft drinks In our judgment this opens the way to sell hot drinks and they will be sold IGRADYVILLE Mrs C 0 Moss spent last Thursday with Mrs Wm Francis of BlissS Neat the wellknowna grocerman was in our town one day last week Mr Scott Todd and wife of Columbia visited W R Brad shaw and family lastweek Mrs C Wilmore and grand daughter Miss Mary visited rel atives at Montpelier a few days agoRev G Y Wilson and wife are engaged in a protracted meet ing at Albany this week Mr Ben Wilson and wife ofI Scottsville spent several days of last week visiting the family of Rev G Y Wilson Mrs Laura Allen of Columbia has been at the bedside of her sister Mrs J J Hunterwho has been in a critical condition for several days Uncle George Flowers says the watermelon of our town is a thing of the past Besides what he gave his friends he sold 500 worth this season We are having plenty of rain Mr J M Wilson was transacting business in Columbia last Friday J R Shirley of Milltown was with us last Friday engaging beef preparatory for the Asso ciationL Hindman and family are now occupying their new residence in our city Gov J R Hindman of Colum bia spent last Thursday night in our city We are always glad to have him with us Mr C S Walkup has been on the sick list for the past few daysMr G E Nell and wife in company with G TV Flowers started for New Mexico last Monday with the view to making it their future home Mr Jacob Nelson and family of Greensburg spent s few days of last week visiting relatives in this community We are glad to note that Mr and Mrs JW Keltner will be citizens of our town in the near futureH l Moss of Greensburg spent last Sunday intour city visiting his brothers LM Wilmore foumj a tarapin last week that had his name and the date 1884 engraved on its shell The tarapin seemed hv healthful condition may live an 1 I J t other twentytwo years yet who knows the average life of one Alexanker Allen and W E I Hillis of Marrowbone were here last Wednesday and informed us that the Burkesville Fair was a success the Company clearing about 1200 Our townsman W L Grady carne oft with his hare o 4blues The cemetery at Union has been cleaned off of all large shrubbery The next tiling to do is to get off all the myrtle ana honeysuckle and have it sown in bluegrass so the city 01 the dead will be an honor to the communItyI Rev G Y Wilson our Methodist district preacher has just closed a very interesting revival at Breeding Where were sever al conversions and the church and community were largely re vived Mr Richard Maupin who sold his farm a few weeks ago informed your reporter that he was thinking of moving to Nell J A Diddle returned from the rftuntains of Tennessee last Thursday perfectly delighted with that climate Austin Wilmore started for Bowling Green last Monday where he will enter Cherry Bros school James Diddle was transacting business at Greensburg last Friday Miss Mollie Flowers and James Wilmore students of the L W T School of Columbia spent Saturday night and Sunday at home Mr D C Wheeler one of our best farmers is nearing to completion one of the largest feed barns in this section of the coun ty Mr A G Moss the lumber man of Greensburg passed through here one day last week on his return from Sparksville where he received a large amount of lumber from Wooten Bros Mr T R Stults of Columbia was with us last Wednesday and says that in the near future he will have a sawmill located near this place ROWS X ROADS Rev A Whitten is in Casey county this week getting ready for the dedication of the Normas Chapel Church September 30th Mrs Jim Oaks is sick this weekWilliam Armstrong of near Danville stopped with your cor respondent this week He was en route for the bluegrass Mrs D C McFarland of near Montpelier died this week She leaves a husband one son and daughter and many friends who will feel her loss She was a life long member of the Mt Vernon Baptist Church Anoth er good woman has gone to her I reward JBrother Etherton and wife closed the meeting at Wiljis Creek with 35 conversions and 29 additions to the church There were 23 baptised From here they go to Christian Chapel near Jamestown Rev Baugh had 5 additions during 1iisi Esto meetinggt tr r I t x V t WOODSON LEWIS Greensburg Ky ONE THOUSND BUGGIES SURREYS AND BUCKBOARDS FARM WAGQNS Best Binder Twine 10 cts Binders and Mowers Lowest Prices A GREAT BARGAIN LETHER trimmed leather A Quarter Top Spring Seat 1000 Mile Axle Buggy with Good Harness for 5000 AND THERE ARE OTHERS I i I rt Lebanon Steam Laundry REED MILLER COLUMBIA AGENTS FOR THIS SECTION I This one of the Best an most Reliable Landries in the State U Send them your linen and the work will be promptly and neatly executed g e E I W R Johnson Prop LEBANON KENTUCKY John A Hobson Has For Sale 2 CARLOADS LIME AT 57 12 CENTS PER BARREL PRICES ON CEMENT MADE ON APPLICATION II All Remcnants of Wall Paper At Half Price TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL PATTERNS o Greensburg Kentucky Buggies Wheat Drills Winter Oats and All Kinds of Seed For Sale J H PHEL- PSJarxiestovn I Kentucky Dr James MenziesO- STEOPATHY + h II CONSULTATION AN F3AlMINAT M FrEE Office II AT KSIIENCE 11 iColumbia if- r Kentucky i 11 r t I I1 Ij TTIII s p I 4 1 l I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 12 1906 4 4 YlfHt tANO ResIaura tlC lf w N Brinton Son Proprietors Lracli at all lours Day or Nihq COMFORTABLE ROOMS The trade of Adair and adjoiLing couuties solicited LEBANON r KENTUCKY eELFEirErcEE EcrEc 1v m PERSONAL rt ti eEE e E e ie EE EEE Mr G T Sherrill remains quite fee ble s Mr T C Davidson spent Sunday in LibertyMr C Christie Camp Knox was here ThursdayI E V Miller Crocus was here Thursday4o Mr Walker Bryant is quite sick with typhoid fever Miss AnnieJEubank is visiting Miss Lucy Bowman Liberty Mr DC Frazier was on the sick list several days of last week Mr T C Moore went to Indian apolis last week seeking a position Master Geo Miller of Lebanon vis visiting relatives iniColumbia Mr J H Craddock of Nashville spent Sunday in Columbia Messrs Sam Wheat and Jo Williams Montpelier were here Friday Mrs Larue Hurt Montpelier is dangerously ill with typhoid fever Mr Albert Epperson of McKinney is visiting in this county Mr Everett Epperson of Louisville reached Colnmbia a few days ago Mrs Nannie Scalf Louisville reach ed her home on a visit a few days ago Mr John Rubel of Lebanon wts here last week calling upon our mer chantsMr John A Chapman and wife Glenville visited Columbia a few days ago Mr S C Strange left Thursday morning for Gainesville Texas with a view of locating Mr Harry Shearer and his sister Miss Bess are visiting relatives in Wayne county Messrs J W Flowers and Gordon Montgomery spent a few days in Louis ville last week Dr S A Taylor Gradyville was here Friday He reported Mrs J J Hunter much better Miss Mamie Baker who has been visiting in Shelby county returned home Friday Mrs P C Cleaver of Lebanon is visiting relatives and friends in Colum biaRev A L Whitfield preached at Greensburg last Sunday forenoon and eveningMrs Robt Young Watson and two children Claud and Mary visited the News Monday Mr B B Vaughan and family St Marys visited in Adair the first of the week Mr Geo W Montgomery has re turned to the Bowling Green Business College Dr G W Bledsoe of Creelsboro was here a few days agen route for Chicago Ill Mr Olie McCaffree who spent two months with his parents in this county left for California last Wednesday Mrs Rose Starks and MrsG B Hendrickson Cane Valley were pleas ant callers at the News office Wednes day Miss Mattie Sinclair who spent three w weeks very pleasantly with Mrs S G Shelley Lebanon returned home a few days ago Miss Jennye McFarland will leave this week for an extended visit to friends and relatives in Stanford and McKinney Mr JE Allen wife and children of Boyle county spent Thursday night r I 1nsColumbiaon theirreturn home from t o 1It 1 sBurkesville ti J i5Mrarket iLthis week Mrs Geo W Staples is on the sick listMiss Fannie Jones has returned to Rucker College Georgetown- Mr Jt M Frazier wife and daughter reached here from Somerset Monday afternoon Mrs Lou Miller who has been on an extended visit to St Cloud Minnesota returned last Wednesday afternoon ac companied by her daughterinlaw Mrs R W Miller who will visit here several weeks Mr Wm Francis was in Louisville last week and was before the Board of Civil Service Examiners He is satin fied that he passed but does not ex pect his paper before the first of No vemberMr A Diddle has returned from the mountains of Tennessee accom panied by Mrs Kate Hughes He re ports that Miss Cary Hughes is get tingalong nicely Her father Mr E H Hughes is with her LOCALS Mr Jas Garnett is having a well sunk on his home place FOR SALE One pair heavy work mules some age good quick team o W L WALKER FOR SALE A limited quantity of seed rye C R CABELL Prices on all Summer Goods cut to close out W L WALKER FOR SALEA good Decker Bros Piano and Guitar See Dr U L Tay or IFOR SALEA good brood mare and suckling mare mule colt John A Harris Columbia FOR SALEA house and lot in Glen ville Thre are four acres of ground 434t BASIL CHAPMAN Ladies light weight and light colored skirts at cost faila to see them W L WALKER We will not take any more subscrip tions for The Southern Home as the publishers have cancled their con tract with us The following number of cases are docketed for the term of Circuit Court begining next Monday 190 misdemeanors 25 felony 82 references and 20 appearances FOR SALEMy house and lot en Burkesville street The house and out buildings are in good repair The lot contains nearlytwo acres I 42tf CLaud HOBSON ILOSTA light bay horse three possibly four one white eye one hip knocked down MOSE COWARD Greensburg Ky All persons indebted to me are ear nestly requested to call and make pay ment I need money to conduct my business I hope this notice will be heeded 423 J W JACKMON The Adair Circuit Court will open next Monday The docket is much larger than usual and a very large crowd is expected in town It will also be a fine day for dealing in stockand buy ers from various points will be here FOR SALEI will sell my house and lot or trade it for a farm It is located on Burkesville street near Hancock Hotela very desirable home W H Newby 43 1m Columbia Ky BARGAINS IN SHOESI have a lot of Shoes that I am seHmg at bargain prices Come while the sizes are good WL WALKER We are eady to buy all kinds oi merchantable timber in the log on our yard in Coluripbia The mill will be cutting in a few days Standard Hardwood Lumber Co See WD FRAZIER or WALKEr BRYANT 39tf f j l 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 tobac co farms in the county Is also a fine stock farm with eight or ten fine never failing springs Good 8 room house with fine cistern and well at door and cave spring withrock spring house close by Four good barns and three good cribs This farm is located in one of the best neighborhoods of the coun ty close to school church and post office and 5 miles West of Columbia Call on or address T A and M M MURRELL Admrs 41tf Columbia Ky The Russells Creek Baptist Association will convene at Gradyville this Wednesday forenoon The Moderator is Mr James Garnett This is one of the largest Aasociations of Baptists in the State and the attendance is expect ed to be large There will be a number of able ministers present and some learned sermons will doubtless be de livered 4 The Lindsay Wilsn had a larger opening this year than last and the Business Manager of the institution thinks with the present prospects that there will be as many students en rolled at the end of the first two weeks asthere were up to Christmas last year Among the Kentuckins who were entertained in Cincinnati last week by the wholesale merchants of the city we noticed the names of Mr and Mrs J 0 Russell this place There were covers placed for one thousand persons and the papers speak of It as a magnificent af fair Elds Z T Williams and Lawrence Williams closed a series of meetings at Cane Valley last Friday night There were twentyfour confessions and twentythree united with the church Eld Z T Williams commenced a meeting at Mt Pleasant Monday night Thre is but one way to successfully succeed in social and business affairs tell the truth and shame the devil The person who follows this admonition is one whose friends seek him he does not have to hurt them Mr S C Strange has tendered his resignation as Town Marshal and his brother Mr J C Strange has been appointed in his stead The latter as we understand will qualify at the next regular meeting of the Municipal Board W E Frazer transferred to Lee Dur ham last monday the farm where he now lives containing 260 acres for 2150 Mr Frazer and family will re move to Kansas about the 15th of Oc tober Mr W F Jeffries had on exhibition Thursday six Irish potatoes grown by him that averaged one and a half pounds He stated that his whole crop was large the finest potatoes he had ever raised 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 to get free entertainment J F TURNER Columbia Ky Insure in The Farmers Home Insur ance Company of Junction City Ky The only company in the state that makes any claim of paying their losses in full tf S I BLAIR Agt The annual election of officers for Columbia Council no 64 will take place next Friday evening All the members are urged to attend Mr LB Hurt will soon have two cottages completed They are on the street leading from the Presbyterian college to the Jamestown read The Monticello Fair opened yesterday CML Murrell is there looking after the interest of the News Mens and Boys Summer cloth ing at cost I have yet a nice line of Suits and odd andlwill sell them at a bargainw WL WALKER v fTwIt r GREERlRiyER FARM fORSALE My farm 1 mile south of Little Cake on Green river containing 304 acres 1 mile from church and school Good buildings of all kinds 2 good orchards and is a desirable home Has ample timber for keeping up the farm and 400 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 The Health Board again sends warn ing to the citizens of Columbia and l county We always have sickness fol lowing a heavy crop of weeds when the weather becomes dry and the weeds begin to decay You have been warned several times and the warning has been unheeded The town authorities have been directed asked and plead with to clean the streets and alleys and it has not been done The citizens have been directed to clean their back yards privies and hog pens but with few exceptions they have not obeyed When sickness that might have been prevented comes upon you dont blame the Board of Health- U L TAYLOR Health Board Mr Jo H Smith a native of Adair county died in Honey Grove Texas Thursday the 6th day of this mont He was 77 years old and a brother of Messrs Wash and W N Smith this county The deceased was a gallant soldier in the Confederate army and some time after the close of the war he was elected Mayor of Honey Grove Friday following his death the city hall was closed and the building draped in mourning Ambrose Williams of color was ac quitted by a jury upon the charge of bringing more than one gallon of liquor into a local option district The com monwealth failed to prove that he brought the liquor from another county into Adair He was caught with two gallons and five pints in this county and no witness testified that he was seen with liquor outside of Adair County Mr James Garnett represented the ac cused The Baptist Sunday School at this place has decided to have a reunion of the old scholars on the fisst Sunday morning in October from 930 to 1030 A special program will be arranged and all persons who at any time attended the Sunday School are invited to attend the reunion To MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS I wish to announce that I have open ed a fresh line of family Groceries also butcher shop in connection Next door to Columbia Wholesale Grocery Co 44 T G RASNER FARM FOR SALE I will sell my farm of 66 acres on Reynolds creek 3 miles north east of Montpelier good dwelling and out buildings and plenty of good water also an orchard of 7 acres of the best variety of fruit in Russell county JOHN F MCELROY Montpelier Ky LOGS WANTED We are now located where Hurt Bros did business and are ready to buy logs on our yard Will pay the highest cash price Standard Hard wood Lumber Co W D Frazier and Walker Bryant Managers 39tf Columbia Ky CAMPBELLSVILLE MACHINE SHOP x Firstclass repair work by expe rienced mechanics done on Engines 9 Boilers and all machinery Shop is being run by practical machinistwork done promptly A C BURREY 42lm BERKSHIRES FOR SAtf Three thoroughbred Berkshire gilts and one male three months old extra fine ones John A Harris Columbia BRICK We have plenty of good brick for sale one mile south of Rnssell Springs on the Creelsboro road4WILLIS RICHARDS Soifo ri rS tt t f or FREE W HARWICH Pres rtiCOCKEV Pres R It DIH1MAN Stpt WTPyneMillSupplyco ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 18- 89MILkhWRIGIt TS mACHiflisTS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIKTeeNTfrMftlN LOUISVILLE I SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work f JOBBING W ORK SOLICITED I I All Kinds of Machinery Repaired j PlaningMiIICoColumbia 1 Keeps constantly on hand all kinds of FinishingLomberBuildingMaterial MOULDINGS AND FANCY- BRACKETS In fact everything kept by a FIRSTCLASS PLANING MILL Orders Promtly filledj Satisfaction gauranteed Call on or address the PLANING MILL COMPANY Columbia = = = = Kentucky Kentucky Wall Plaster Co MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF PLASTERING MATERIAL SOUTHERN AGENTS FOR SACKETT PLASTER BOARD Brook RiverBOTH PHONES 2267 Louisville Ky t OUR BRANDS DIAMONDwith sand LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER CAMPBELLS CEMENT PLASTER without saWd Write for testimonials Also Operating HOOSIER WALL PRASTER PLANT Mferscnvilte Ind Phore 555 J H SMITH G H NELL STOP AT THE I COLUMB H TEL Smith Nell Props U This Hotel was formerly known as the JAj1 CUM HOTEL 7 The Largest and Best Hotel in Green River Sections The above named firm has just purchased it and it will be run in firstclass style I Rooms clean and the table supplied with the best the market affords Traveling trade solicited r Colurxibia Kentucky COLUMBIA MOTOR CAR COMPANY United States Mail Line r Cars Lore Ctlrabia Lean faMPbellsville 345 AM iF MfPMie JI i f0 mok ia f y Lowest Rates Consistent with x j FirstClass Service iL r t FJ t fr ItY FX i i 1 t J t J Lr i5 I J 1 J i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 12 1906 4 THRILLING RESCUES fROM BURNING SHIP TWENTYONE PERSONS TAKEN OFF STEAMER CHARLES A EDDY IN LAKE HURON FLAMES BREAK OUT AND SPREAD FAST Signals of Distress Hoisted and Passenger Boat Comes to Aid of Doomed Craft Just in Time Lit tle Saved from Vessel Detroit Mich Aug 29Twentyone persons including the captains wife and two small children were rescued early Tuesday from the burning steam er Charles A Eddy by the Detroit and Cleveland line steamer City of Mack inac off Port Sanilac in Lake Huron All of them escaped uninjured and were brought to this city on the City of Mackinac The Eddy was de stroyedThe Charles A Eddy which was owned by the Gilchrist Transportation company of Cleveland was bound down from the head of the lakes with a cargo of ore Fire broke out early Tuesday while the steamer was off Port Sanilac It spread with great rapidity and was soon beyond control of the crew Distress signals were sounded and Captain Simpson of the City of Mackinac which was bound down from Mackinaw island to Detroit crowded to Its capacity with passengers responded with his boat He had passed the Eddy and was about three miles beyond her when he came about in response to the distress signals Exciting Rescue Is Made A heavy sea was running and Capt Simpson decided that the quickest and safest way to take off the score of people on the burning boat was to lay his big steamer alongside He accordingly steered the City of Mackinac to the windward of the burning freighter and amid great excitement among the hun dreds of passengers came alongside of the Eddy and took her crew off over the rail Captain Elsey of the Eddy was sick in bed with lumbago and had to be carried from his ship to the Mackinac with his wife and two children aged threeand four years All on board the Eddy lost all their possessions except the scanty clothing they had on Fire Spreads Rapidly The fire broke out in the forward end of the boat and spread so rapidly that several members of the crew had to break the windows over their bunks and crawl through as the regular means of egress were blocked by fire and smoke Captain Elseys wife was driven from her cabin clad in only a nightgown and stockings and the two baby girls were almost nude The sec ond mate had on only a fur overcoat when rescued The halfclad fright ened persons huddled unprotected from the cold wind on the open deck while waiting for the City of Mackinac to take them off A message from Port Huron Tues day afternoon says that the steamers Ogdensburg and F A Meyer suc peeded in extinguishing the flames on the Eddy and have towed her into the j3t Clair river wtih her forward cabin and decks burned off Was Boycotted Given Damages Racine Wis Aug 29Judge Fow ler of Fond du Lac Tuesday award ed Otto B Schulz a prominent baker of this city 6000 damages in his suit against some 80 members of the Trades and Labor council for boycotting his business and placing his name on the unfair list some two years ago because he refused to put the union label on his products The decision was handed down in the circuit court Vat Fond du Lac KISSES WIFE ffE HAD MURDERED giant Policeman Shows Affection forII Woman He Believed Untrue to St Louis Mo Aug 24Michael McNamara a giant policeman of the Broadway squad shot and instantly killed his wife and then sent a bullet through the heart of James L Brophy when he found the couple in the clerks office of the Royal Vhotel Thursday night Mrs McNamara was shot in the back and fell down stairs McNa mara gathered the body in his arms and kissed her as she died The policeman had followed his wife from home to a saloon where she met Brophy Two Killed in a Collision t Pittsburg Pa Aug 27Two trainI 2men were killed and three a headon collision of heavy ore trains near Milltown on the Bessemer 81 Lake Erie railroad The trains met Vona curve wille running 60 miles an hour Traffic was delayed five hours The property loss is large VWill Net kPele this Year HammerfeiV Nrw1AU 29 Ac- icoriing to adylcM received hers Tue t day rromSpltl6erpoWalter Well 4 meL leader or th Chicago Record J H rald polar upe4lu jitarti mmUi g week k4O4dtoakaa4on for this year ui attempt to riath tlM pole by nuns of am air rMP l vrr to RISE IN VALUE OF STOCKS PRICES GO UP WHEN PUBLIC BEGINS TO DABBLE Duns Review Records an Average Ad vance of 2 per Share on the New York Exchange New York Aug 25R G Dun Cos Weekly Review of Trade says Wall street provided the only im portant development in the business situation during the past week prices of securities rising within an average of two dollars per share of the high record established last January while the general public became interested to an extent that lifted money rates for all periods to the legal maximum Trade reports indicate wholesome activity with no evidence of reaction even those industries that are of necessity quiet at this season contribut ing to the general confidence by reports of large orders in sight As the vacation season draws to an end there is a general resumption of idle machinery and with the opening of many new furnaces all records of iron production will be surpassed in the fall Yet steel mills will require all the material that can be furnished This is typical of the situation in all leading branches of industry Jobbing fall trade is opening brisk ly 362 buyers registering in the New York market alone in a single day Owing to a few exceptionally large undertakings last year in this city the total value of all building permits is sued in July was slightly smaller than a year ago but outside of New York there was a heavy increase Crops are now almost beyond dan ger and their movement is becoming a difficult traffic problem Railway earnings in August show an average gain of 1216 per cent over last years figures while foreign commerce at this port for the last week provided gains of 2275692 in imports and lf 446521 in exports as compared with 1905 YOUNG DIAMOND THIEF CAUGHT Youthful Clerk Leads Police Merry Chase Before He Is Captured New York Aug 25Locked up at headquarters is a romantic prisoner Louis Mochor sky a youth charged with the larceny of 5000 worth of diamonds several months ago Mochorosky who is but seventeen years old afforded the police of many of the states of this country a vain chase and then went to Europe It was only love for a girl in Den ver whom he ventured back to the United States to see which led to his arrest The bowas employed by Isaac VoIfa jeweler in the Bowery One day last spring Wolf missed a number of diamonds from his stock Wolf remembered that the young clerk the evening before had helped him place in a safe the diamonds which had been displayed in the store windows and this coupled with his failure to report for work led the jeweler to suspect him of the theft of the gems Detectives traced the youth to Denver In the Colorado capital Mochorosky met the young woman affection for whom eventually led to his capture From Colorado the youth went to Russia where his parents live and from Russia he went to Germany Recently Mochorosky returned to Denver and immediately went to the home of his sweetheart He was arrested there and brought to this city TYPHOID FEVER AT THREE OAKS Dead Sparrows in Waterworks Stand pipe Cause Epidemic in the Town Three Oaks Mich Aug24The cause of an epidemic of typhoid fever among the 1000 inhabitants of this place was discovered Thursday when- a member of the board of health climbed to the top lIof the waterworks standpipe and found the dead bodies of several thousand young sparrows in various stages of decomposition covering the surface of the water Immediately the mayor gave instruc tions to empty the standpipe scrub and paint it- Hundreds of sparrows nests have been built on a ledge that runs around the summit of the standpipe and the young birds are supposed to have fal len into the uncovered standpipe while trying to fly The cover made for the standpipe when it was constructed was never put on- There are now twentyone cases of typhoid fever in the town Chilians Off to Meet Root Santiago Chili Aug 29The Amer lean minister Mr Hicks the foreign minister and the members of the reception committee started Tuesday for Lota by the land route to receive Secretary Root who is due to arrive there Wednesday The party will return t to Santiago by the same way A Lively Tussle with that old enemy of the race Constipation ofnen ends in Appendicitis To avoid all Serious trouble with Stom ach Liver and Bowels tskeDr- New Kings Life Pills They perfectly rig ulate these organs without pain or discomfort 25 cents at T E PariTs druggistt 7i f JiY IVVVr rj VVVV t f jZi1f if I J PROHIBITION CAN PROHIBIT The Central Record published at Lancaster a local option town in its issue of last Friday says Since the local option law has been enforced mind you not since it was voted in Lancaster has been the most oderly city in this section of the state The sa loons were voted out long ago but the tiger people seemed de termined to sell and it was not until recently that they were completly stamped out This goes to show that the prohibiton law properly enforced is the best in every community An other striking feature is the fact that there has been more trans fers of property more sales and at better prices than ever before Today it is almost impossible to buy a house while those for rent are at a premium This state of affairs can be attributable to nothing else but the enforcement of the law and the good behavior in the city For a time the laws were not enforced and many citizens were in favor of high license rather than the illegal sale of li quor but now that Cheif of Po lice Jas A Beazly and his able deputy Luther Herron have proven to the people that law can be respected and enforcedwe know few men who would vote for a high license The Record gives this bit of news for the benefit of those neighboring towns who are about to vote on the question and to show them that Prohibition can prohibit- IF I WERE A GIRL If I were a girl I would have an aim in life I would set my mark high and would not fall short of it The adage Where there is a will theres away is as true as steel I would keep goodcompany or none at all I wouldread good books such as would enlarge my mind and fit me for a higher life I would be truthful in my actions as well as my words I would keep a diary for it might be useful as well as pleasure in later years I would show people that being a girl did not keep me from possessing good common sense and a sound mind I would never let the op posite sex overreach me in climbing the Hill of Science I would learn the law of kindness I would continually seek the companionship of the three graces Perseverance Forbearance and Endurance until I became familiar with each of them for ayo man having these for armor is well equipped for the battle of life I would wear the dress of modisty with a neat fitting cap of discretion I would lace shoes of caution upon my feet so I might walk the imperial high way with a womanly dignity I would encase my hands in gloves of good works sewed with threads of deftness Over these I would throw a wrap of fatherly protection Ex As neither John D White nor N B Hays are satisfied with the way their respective parties are managed whats the matter with the two distinguished Elelenth districters getting together and starting party of their own Well wagerthatneither of the V J parties these gentlemen are sup posed to represent will make a protest at the loss of them Twould be a case of good rid dance and the sooner they shake the dust the better Stanford Journal 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 Mr Bryan says that both sides are satisfied with the settlement of the money question the gold men because there is enough gold for the money of the country without coining silver and the silver men because the discoveries of gold have made money so plentiful that it has decreased the purchasing prices of the dollar n Doctors are Puzzled The remarkable recovery of Kenneth Mclver of Vaceporo Me is the sub ject 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 Gelds Bronchitis Tonsilitis Weak Lungs Hoarseness and La Grippe Guaranteed at T E Paulls drug store 50c and 1 Trial bottle free BRAIN LEAKS Easy won poorly kept Rusting out is not resting Truth concealed gives a lie the right of way- Successful business men leave business cares at the office The easiest thing in the world to make is a good resolution Guessedat is always limping along behind Workedout and begging for help We have met men who labored under the delusion that their no toriety was reputation- A very short fall will plunge a man so deep in trouble that he cant climb out with a fifty foot ladderMen who have followed the beaten track usually end up without accomplishing much that is worth whileVLife is not measured by length of days Methusela lived nearly a thousand years but he accom pushed very little When a man starts after some thing he usually finds it coming to meet him If he waits for it he usually finds it fading away When a man does not walk a little faster when he turns a corner near his home there is some thing wrong with eIther the home or the man A man never knows what his wife endures until she goes away for a day and leaves one of the children to accompany him to his down town laborsV IfI you are so absorbed in your business that you never think of a day in the woods it sasign you are a money worshiper and guilty of the1 tfOrDlof idolatry Weneyethemr apmebody talk f L f t0 q t tijiJ I g t rel1iI TIYp itljfc j r 1 il JJt 1tIftf k t 1 J VTHE JackofallTrades tIMSz ISSV- r = s w F JEFFRIS SON Agtl I TO San 1906 Dates Sale S to 31 75SK US I= OF2 FULL H L J Agent General A To have a happy Home you should have children Thare great makers If a weak woman you can fce made strong enough to Bear healthy children with pain or to taking WINE OF inflammation cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovarian trouble disordered menses backache headache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try it At all dealers in medicines in 100 bottles DUE TO CAHDUI Is my baby girl now two weeks old writes Mrs J Priest of Web ster City Iowa She is a fine healthy babe and we are both doing nicely I am still taking Cardui and would not be without it in the house II about to theling eam of society but what we reminded that cream rises to the top Then we think of the old days when we oft in the camp and spent a lot of off the scum that rose to the top of the boiling sap Hard To rind It would be hard to find k more curative medicine for disordered digestive organs than that gentle tonic torpid liver regulator known as Dr Caldwells laxative Syr up Pepsin No other medicine has its specific power over these delicate and important of your body upon which you have to depend for energy to carry on your daily work It Cleans es digests stimulates and cures Sold by Dr JN Page Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails The Standard Hardwood Lumber Coia at the Hurt yard Columbia and will pay cash for your lop 39t i L f tyt t s 1n t 4 r Bl J i j EPumps Water Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is the Pr ssVFor This It costs nothing to keep when not 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUKY Reduced RatesVI- A ROUTE Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col Francisco Los Angeles and San DiegoV HOMESEEKERS I3XCURSIONV RATES SEASON CallaN1ST SATES TO California Points and Great Northwest ptember 15 October 1906 INFOR77TIONV J GALLAGHER IRVINVTraveling Passenger Pass AgentV Louisville Kentucky Happy Home happyhome little discomfort yourselfjfcy CARD UI belonging are sugared time skimmipg perfect digestantand organs AJrSLSt4 lF m 1 Running PaperV perII Special rtEflDE11S0fl ATonicforWomenItwill r Needles Parts and Supplies foe both 7Bedet Wilson and Singer Machines SOLD ONLY B- YSINCER4 SEWINC MACHINE CO INCORPORATED C C lOLl Representative COLUMBIA KY- ANIDIAL VACATION TRIPT- O YELLOWSTONE PARK Personally Conducted SPND YJUtJill I IN TillS COUNTRY Itinerary of TripSDenver Colendo Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Manito PIKES PEAK Grand liver Canen Reyal Gorge Gleiwnd Springs Salt Lake City Ogles Salt Air Marshall Pass Mack Cases ali six ali onehalf days in Wonderful Yellewsteae PAIK4 COST of TRIPIExpenses of an ordinary tripIof this nature has been fully con sidered and minimized so as to beV within easy reach of all SPECIAL SLCCPCRS will leave LouisvWe Night ofJuly25 For full particularsV Write JH GALLAGHER r IMfBurwtArMM LMMnrflto V T VAv ii4V I VS i 1 4- 5k5i li ilojtf i fJi L I iJft t i t I i THEADMK COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY SEPTEMBER 12 1906 4 WHEN IN LOUISVILLE 4 GET ACQUAINTED WITH D THE PROGRESSIVE FIRM to HUBBUCH BROS 4Centrally Located 0 524 526 528 West Market Street o- Q l WALL PAPER A New Department 4 CARPETS Immense Assortment 4 RUGS Incomparably Fine Line O OWelcomeAlwaysO O g i f S I Fifth Avenue Hotel t OPIKE CAMPBELL MGR O + Refurnished Redecorated and Re O V OlarRetail Districts Churches and 4andV QFIFTH+ O FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETSO I Louisville Kentucky p COO OOOOOOOTO000 000 O- c Kentucky State fair r Louisville I 251000 RACES DAILY Exhibits RAILROAD THE MEEKEST MAN Which of you children can I tell me who was the meekest man a Sunday schcol teacher of her class None of them raised a hand Finally little Johnny Fizzletop raised his hand above his curly headThere said the teacher you ought to be ashamed of yourselves You great big boys have been coming to Sunday school for months and here little Johnny Fizzletop poor little fellow he never had any advantages and has only been coming to Sunday school for the past two weeks and yet he knows more about the Bible than all the rest of you I become perfectly discouraged when I think of it I come here every and toil for you and yet you cannot answer a simple I question as what is the name of the meekest man in the Bible Just look at little there up his hand while you hang your heads Youre a good little boy J and your teacher is proud of you Now speak up r and loud and tell those great big boys who was the meekest man Speak up Johnny Please maam may I go out Somepeople are so afraid of committing a sin that they omit doing nythingt IV 4 t I Sept f7 22 IN PREMIUMS AND PURSES TROTTING AND RUNNING Magnificent and Other Attractions LOW RATES asked Sunday Johnny holding Johnny good IThe great Commonr says that the paramount issue at this time is the trusts In 1896 it was the silver question and in 1890 im peralism Speaking on the money question he said Our opponents have derived not only partisan pleasure but also par tisan advantages from the di vison caused in our party by the money question They ought not therefore begrudge us the satisfaction that we flnd in the factthat unexpected conditions have removed the cause of our toIissues The unlookedfor and unprecedented increase in the- production of gold had brought a victory to both the advocates of gold and the advocates of bime tall mthe former keeping the gold standard which they wanted and the latter securing the larger volume of money for whoI andI t to the people the rights which have been gradually taken from them by the trusts Frightfully Burned Chas W Moore a machimst of Ford City Pahad 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 25c at T E Paulls druggist 1 I rJJf ftt l i r RYAN ON TRUSTS While men differ as to relatives importance of issues and while the next Congress will largely shape the lines upon which the campaignIwill be fought I think it safe to say at present the paramonut is sues in the minds of a large majority of people is the trust is PresidentIIf taken to enforce the antitrust law and my gratification is not lessened by the fact that he has followed the Democratic rather than the Republican platform in every advance he has made It has been a great embarrassment to him that the platform upon which he was elected was filledi with praise of the Republican partys record rather than with promises of reform Even the enthusiastic support given him by the Democrats has enabled the champions of the trusts to taunt him with following Dem ocratic leadership He has prob ably gone as far as he could without incurring the hostility of the leaders of his own party The trouble is that the Republican party is not in a position to apply effective and thoroughgo ing reforms because it has built up through special legislation the very abuses which need to be eradicated Before any intelligent action can betaken against the trusts we must have a definition of a trust Because no corporation has an absolute and complete monopoly of any important prc duct the apologists for the trusts sometimes insist that there are in reality no trusts Others in sist that it is impossible to legis late against such trusts as may exist without doing injury to le gitimate business For the pur pose of this discussion it is suffi cient to draw the line at the point where competition ceases to be effective and to designate as a trust any corporation which controls so much of the product theILegislation which prevents a monopoly not only does not injure legitimate business but actually protects legitimate busi ness from injury- A CRUEL ILLUSTRATION We are indebted to the young er Rockefeller for an illustration which makes the distinction clear In defending the trust system he quoted as saying that as the American beauty rose can not be brought to perfection without pinching off ninetynine buds so that the one hundredth bud can receive the full strength of the bush so great industrial organizations are impossible without the elimination of small er ones It is a cruel illustration but it puts perfectly an accurate picture of the trust methods The Democratic party cham pions the cause of the ninety nine enterprises which are men aced they must not be sacrificed that one great combination shall flourish and when the subject is understood we shall receive the cordial support of the hundreds nlwhQhave oppression of the trusts or who having observed the effect of the trustees upon others realize that 0f f ipV r x their safety lies not in futile at trustsimake a private monopily inpossi bleThere must be no mistaking of the issue and no confusing of the line of battle The trust as an instiution will have few open de fenders The policy of the trust magnates will be to insist on reasonable legislation and then they will rely upon intim idated executives to prevent the application of any remidies which would interfere with the trusts Our motto must be A private monopoly is inde fensible and intolerable and our plan of attack must contem plate the total and complete over throw of the monopoly principle in industry Escaped Death It is not an uncommon experience for us to get a letter describing how the writer escape death by taking Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin for some violent and dangerous stomach or bowel inflamation The gentle sooth ing curative purificative action of this 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 HELP THE CAUSE Good Democrates all over the follovling Congressional Campaign Com mittee at Washington which is selfexplanatory and should be responded to by all To ALL DEMOCRATIC VOTER- SIf there ever was a time in the history of the Democratic party for the manifestation of loyalty and patriotism on the part of its members it is right now Ifwe are to win victory and elect a President two years hence we must first elect a house of representative this fall A Democratic House can and will investigate every department of the Government With all of them honey combed by graft the edges of which on ly have been touched by recent exposure and prosecutions there will be a revelation of rottenness that will astound the country and create a demand for a Democratic administration to clean the Government workshop- To win the House we need money to defray legitimate ex penses and get out our vote We have no protected monopolies from which to draw to fill our coffers as do those of the Re publican party We must therefore appeal to loyal Democrats contributionsWill 1 at once and in return for this we will send you copies of our campaign literature issued by the Commit tee You will have the thanks of the entire Democratic party for your favorable response to our request Address all remittances to j M GRIGGS Chairman Munsey Building i Washington D C 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 Paof a case of Piles It heals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ulcers Cuts Wounds Chilblains and Salt Rheum Only25c at TEPaulls drug store Firmness is not bullheadedness 1t 4nyt NEWS ITEMS Shirley F Mason highly con nected in Cynthiana committed suicide in that city by swallowing two ounces of carbolic acid Mr Mason selected the busiest spot in town for his selfdestruction and after he drank the poison walked into a nearby store cool ly announced the fact and drop ped dead before aid could be se cured Paul Stensland the fugitive president of the defunct Milwau keeavenue bank of Chicago was arrested last week in Tangier Morocco by Assistant States At torney Harry Olsen and a repre sentative of a Chicago newspa paper who found Stenslands trail through information given them by a woman Former Vice President Adlai E Stevenson is engaged in writ ing a book the subject matter ofwhich will be largely compos ed of sketches of public men with whom he has come in contact The pages will also contain the early experiences of the writer in his career as a lawyer Auditor S W Hager spoke last week at Smithland and devoted considerable time in replying to the charges made by Attorney General Hays in his recent speech in Bowling Creen United States cruiser Boston ran on rocks along Pacific coast last week and was reported sink ing but later was floated safe The Boston was in Deweys squadron in the battle of Manilla and cost 965000 Mrs Robert H McCreary of Chicago was drowned while bathing in Lake Michigan Mr McCreary is the son of Sen Jas B McCreary of Kentucky Eighteen persons were injured three of them seriously in a colli sion between trolley cars on the Fort Wayne and Wabash line near Peru Ind CUT THE THISTLES One of the most prominent farmers recently asked to recall attention to the thistles which seems about to take possession- of many places in the county It is not the Canadain thistle which the State Agricultural Depart ment says does not thrive in Ken tucky but the ordinary kind is almost as bad Its prickly leaves prevent stock from grazing close to it and in some pastures nearly half the grass is thus wasted While it helps much for the farmer to cut the plants on his own place still the light feath ery seeds blow a long distance thus placing the farmer who would do his duty more or less to the mercy of his lazier neighbor Now is the time to cut these thistles and if concerted action is not taken they will give our farmers much trouble as they have increased greatly in number dur ing the last few years There is a law fining the farmer who fails or refuses to cut the Canada thistle on his place iermIgerm bears To free the system from disease germs the most effective remedy is Dr Kinks New Life Pills Guaranteed to cube all diseases due to malaria poison and eon stipation 25c at T E PaulPs drug store I t t r sec TEACH THE BOY To be true to his word and workTo face all difficulties with courage and cheerfulness- To form no friendships that can bring him into degrading as sociationsTo other peoples con victionsTo womanhood- To live a clean life in thought and word as well as in deed That true manliness always commands success That the best things in life are not those that can be bought with money That to command he must first learn to obey That there can be no compro mise between honesty and dis honestyThat the virtues of punctuality and politness are excellent things to cultivateThat is just what the word impliesa man who is gentle in his dealings with the opinions feelings and weakness of other people Mothers Mag azine 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 for three mouths from inflamation of the kidneys tt says W M Shermon of Cushing Me Nalhing helped me un til I tried Electric Bitters three bottles of which completely curedme Cures Liver Complaint Dyspepsia Blood Disorders and Malaria andre stores the weak and nervous to robust health Guaranteed by T E Paull druggist Price 50c HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER r Weekly CourierJournalAND Adair Couuty News BOTH ONE YEAR FO- RONLY 150 Few people in the United States have not heard of the Courier Journal Democratic in all things fair in all things clean in all things it is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL one year and this paper for the above named price Send your subscription for the combination to usnot the CourierJournal The News Columbia Ky FEELING LIVERISH This Morning TAKE JI rt i1rc t 1 V = f1 J J 1aJ j i I Fi1t I It 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY f SEPTEMBERS 1906 t 0LJ Jqb iJ L I 1 L UNCLE I SHALL I GO NOW OR WAIT TILL IM C LLEDfi 1 f UNCLE b CNxAMP EEKNGU ISIS SOME VIG OnES IYE RUSS J r f U Weeks as Report ed ByaOur Corps CANE VALLEY V i y Mr Geo Wilson and May Pick ett of Columbia attended church here last Wednesday night Mrs Lander Scott who has been visiting relatives here for the past two weeks returned to her home in Bowling Green last Monday Miss Helen Penick a popular young lady of Miami spent sev Rev JJT Riffe and wife of Headland Ala are visiting the family of W S Dudgeon Geo Cundiff who has been firing is home on a short visit Wm Irvin a fine old gentle man of Camp Knox spent the night and attended church with Uncle Billie Moore last Sunday and Mrs Claud of Columbia were visiting the family of Ed Eubank last Sunday Hon Tom Scott of Camp Knox was here last Thursday and reports his crop the finest he ever had Mr Scott ownes the VTalford farm one of the beet farms on Caney Fork Art Bradshaw purchased a fine price Misses Nellie and Mary Calli son two pretty little girls of are visiting their uncle Mr B M Callison l Miss Bertie Ray of Frankfort who has been visiting Mrs EC Page for the past month returned to her home last Mon day l Rev Z T Williams and son Lawrence closed their two weeks meeting at the Christian Church l Friday night with 23 addi tions Rev Williams and son are c both able ministers and know how to speak gentle and kind to their and we cant r I ri rR xr t 11r ry Ir WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS HappeningsNewsllmportant otherwise jCorrespondents r weekeral Illa nightMr Montgomery weekcow325R Middlesboro congregation give them enough praise for their services in this meeting They were assisted in the sing ing by Mrs Williams TARTER T W Wheat was in Camp bellsville last week on business- P M Roberts our P M has hen confined to his room for some time with fever but we are glad to report is improving- Mr W H Wheat is erecting a new dwelling T S Haskins is bossing the work Mr J I Cravens who had the misfortune of getting his leg broke is improving fast and will soon be out again Jack Robinson who has been in Ill for some time has returned homeThe school at Mt Olive which is controlled by J 0 White is progressing nicely with a fine at tendance Rigins Bros Casey county were here last week buying mules Mr F W Cravens who was called to the bedside of his father has returned to his home in Springfield Ill We understand that J T White who enlisted in the U S A will leave in a few days for Manila P IrMr R B White who is teach ling at Whites School house dis tri No 62 is progressing nice ly IRVINS STORE We are having lots of rain and our farmers are grumbling be cause they cannot save fddder The earn crop is the largest ev er known in this part This also means plenty of pork Mr W A Jackson and wife are on the sjck list r aslhet i ti f J T1 nt anotbeninatters Mrs R J Combest of Anna Texas is here visiting her brother Dr Hammond Mrs J T Withers died las Friday after a long illness of consumption She was lovable and loving woman and will be missed by neighbors as well as family We sympathize with the be reaved family Messrs R P and J H Smit are in Louisville buying nev goodsYour correspondent has been delinquent for sometime on account of a visit to Texas Kan sas and the Territory We foun our friends all well and loin r well enough Texas has lots o rich land so deep it can never be worn out but also lots of poor The same can be said of Kansas The nicest country we have seen was in the Territory especially around Durant For miles it is a gently rolling surface with streams where stock can water and we noticed that they were raising vegetables as well as cotton RUSSELL SPRINGS Mrs Susie Vaughan and her daughter left for San Antonio Texas last yeek Prof TS Isbell has accepted the principalship of Bremen Graded School at a salary of 65 per month The new bank at this place is doing good business with Mr R C Woods as cashier Mr Woods seeins toba an excellent young man and bas made many friends since his arrival The Academy is now in ses sion with better attendance tha ever before Hon N H W Aaron was i our town one day last week We understand that Mr Aaron is contemplating locating here The United Baptist Associa tion held here Wednesday and Teursday of last week was well attendedW Stephens is still buying mulesMr Joseph Maupin Miller for the Russell Springs Roller Mills has just returned from Cincinnati where he has been purchas ing repairs for the mill Mr Tim Hadley of Montpelier f was in our town one day last week making arrangements preparatory to locating here Mr Hadley is an excelent gentleman and we shall Jbe glad to have him with us FROM MISSOURI I r CLARKSDALE Sept 6 1906 Editor News I have been intending for sometime to give you a few items o news from this place but business pressure seemingly wouldr not permit In 188687 I was a citizen of of Adair county During those two years L formed many acquaint tines in your county that I shall never forget- I left Kentucky September 1 1892 came to Missouri located at this place and have made th my home since except abou- lthree tyears spent in Colorado and New Mexico x June 15 1898 1 was married to Sj s k J f Miss IjttieKeliey near this place We helve four children i Orpha Opel Helen and Howard Kelley The three former girls the lat wifetthinks he is about the only boy for he is red headed Clarksdale is located in north west Missouri and in as good a bluegrass country as lie out of doors either in this or any other wehtormake a good hay and oat crop but we have as fine wheat as ev er was grown in the state yield ing from 20 to 40 bushels per 06dper immensefyears have never seen its equal The weight of the fruit has broken many peach trees and they are as great in quality as quantity Two weeks ago Stewarts ville our neighboring town had a two days picnic the first a Republican and the second a Democratic day The writer at tended the latter day It was not so we could attend Republi can day and we do not know what really occurred of political significance It seems that Lieutenant Governor McKinley was on hand with his bloody shirt and flung it out at the Democrats in pretty stormy fashion Con gressman Klepper was also pres ent and made a speech On Democratic day Governor Jo seph W Folk and Judge J W Alexander were onhand and de livered two telling addresses The Governor is an accomplished speaker and the applause that greeted him was frequent throughout his speech of an hour plantednhimself on the Democratic State tonits demands for the enforcement of the laws of the state he reviewed the record of the law breakers for the past year and a half and the way those fellows have been handled from Jeffer son City our capital He plead for a return in all things to the old democratic doctrine of Equal rights to all and exclusive priv ileges to none and arraigns those Repuplican policies which have artificially permitted the amassing f ill gotten fortunes in this country at the expense of the whole common people Governor Folk deserves more credit than any other Governor in the United States because he enforces the laws Judge Alexander handled his subject with characteristic ability He is a splendid lawyer and a man of unquestionable character and if elected to Congress from this dis trict which I believelhe will be our people will be proud of him The News to myself and sister is like a letter from home x With best wishes to all my friends in fold Adair and Russell counties f also to News lam very respectfully SU S HAYNES Critically III LMany people are critically ill as a result of disturbance pf their Digestive functions and dont know it It you are suffering from dizziness heartburn wind loss of appetite irritability headache nausea colic constipation waste no time but take Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It may be the means of warding off a dangerous sickness At rate it will symptt2IDSpleasant Try it Dr J N Page Columbia mod Page and Moore Cane valleRat 59c and Lio Money back if it faila i t 7 J t i i O 40 00000 G0 O OOOOOt Do You Like f po4IFYou Do Send Your 0i 0 oSASH7 ND DOOR l Q lOrders to oo0 Our facilities are unsurpasseda trial order will convince O- O E looTool Tof 3 I FRANK CORCORAN i O HIGHGRADE MARBLE AND OVOCEMETERY WORK OF ALL KIND TRADE PROM ADAIR AND QADJOINING COUNTIES SOLICITED SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY Q C 4 f Main Street Lebanon Kye 4 44i4444 TRUST ISSUE PARAMOUNT f In his New York speech Mr Bryan spoke concerning trust evils as follows While men may differ as to the relative importance of issues and while the next Congress will largely shape the lines which the coming campaign will be fought I think it safe to say that at pres ent the paramount issues in the minds of the large majority of f people is the trust issue I con l gratulate President Roosevelt up on the steps taken to enforce the antitrust law and my grati fication is not lessened by the fact that he has followed the Democratic rather than the Re publican platform in every ad vance he has made It has been a great embarrassment to him that the platform upon which he was elected was filled with praise of the Republican partys record rather than with promises of re form Even the enthusiastic sup port given him by Democrats has enahled the champions of the trusts to taunt him with follow ing Democratic leadership He has probably gone as far as he could without eucurring the hos tility of the leaders of his own party The trouble is the Re publican party is not in a position to apply effective and thoroughgoing reforms because it has built up through special legislation the very abuses which need to be eradicatedLegislation which prevents a monopoly not only does not njure iri1 legitimate business but act ually protects legitimate from in jury NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS I will this week begin to wind up for all goes unpaid for the year 1906 1 have advertised and filled appointments ineach magisterial District of the Countyas required bylaw and will now cap on you for the last time without a levy No person is to be passed this time with a promise This is a matter of business and I propose to treat it as such jokecantj1dieaboutd next time W B PATTBSON S JA C Au 61906x vV Vxv r J r l t r4v tIf Land Stock andCrop 000- J B Barbee bought fifty white oak trees from H B Garnett Monday for 559I ooo N B Kelsay bought 45 acres of land from U G Collins for 250 It lies near Glenville 000IMont Cravens bought of Young Burton last Monday sixty acres of timbered land in the eastern portion of the county for 2000 The timber is the finest of white oak ooo Mr J T Shepherd sold one mare for 90 W G White sold 5 caves for 40 Mr Edd Brickens sold one driving genCaseyone three months old mule colt for 75 Also one of E C Shepherd for 85 one of W G Shepherd for 85 Tarter correspondent 000 C S Bell spent several days in Met calfe last week and engaged carload of cattle at 23 and 3 cents per pound J A Diddle bought an axtra good mare mule colt from Miss Bettie Smith for 85 Clem Keltner bought of J D Walker of Columbia a combined Pea cock horse for 8750 Elmer Keen bought a threeyearold Peacock horse from Jennie Nell for 150 This is one of the best combined horses is this sec tion L C Hindman sold J H Smith a nice bunch of fat heifers to go the market October 1st at 2 cents Grady ville cor KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Glasgow September 124 days Falmouth September 264 days Style and American Dressmaker has a breezy little figure in an outing suit on the front cover The magazine makes a most remarkable offer of a complete Skirt Cutting System and a yaars subscription to the magazine for 175 There are many interesting and time ly articles one on Embroidered Dress and an advertisement shows where this art is taught The Style Article by Linda Ross Wades is instructive and interesing to every woman who cares for her personal appearance The review 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