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Digital page images are linked to the text file. te i- I 7 I A 1 X aae y r t r ri I = 4 fRftrjl t4ftI k 1 J if 1 VOLUME 9 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1906 NUMBER 47 COLUMBIA GETS NEXT CONFERENCE Decided at the Present Session at Central City Without Dissent ingvofe J Without a dissenting vote the confer ence selected Columbia as the place of the meeting next year The Rev A iR Kasey pastor of the Methodist church at Columbia invited the confer ence to convene there on behalf of the people of his town The Rev W A Hines presiding elder of that district said no better town could be selected than Columbia The Conference was entertained at that place four years ago and now he says they are better prepared to entertain the visitors than before No other town was a candi date It was generally expected that the Rev F M Thomas of Owensboro would place that city before the confer ence as a candidate but he remained silent when Bishop Hendrix announced that it was the next business to be ta ken upCourier Journal As above stated the Louisville 5 conference was entertained here four years ago and we feel sure in saying that our citizens will be highly pleas ed at again having the pleasure of en tertaining this body We are better prepared than ever before to accommo date a large gathering our citizenship having nearly doubled the transportation facilities improved and in every way the town has so advanced as to make a meeting of this kind more pleasant than befo- re4GARAGE BEING ERECTED The George R Page heirs are build ing an automobile garage for the use of the Columbia Motor Car Co It is a two and a half story erection on a foun dation 35 by 65 feet and consists of the rshop waiting room stockroom and boiler and furnace rooms on the first floor offices guest rooms and bath room on the second floor and other rooms for guests and storage on the third floor The building is being con structed and equipped in strictly upto date style and will undoubtedly greatly facilitate both the Motor Car Co and the public LAST NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS 4 Remember that all persons who have not paid their Taxes for the year 1906 on or before Nov 1st will be reported to the County Court Clerk as delinquent who wand ill immediately issue a warrant place with me for immediate Col lection The cost of same is to be col lected from the Taxpayer in addition to the 6 per cent penalty which is to be collected on all Taxes unpaid on above date This also draws 6 percent interest in addition I trust that every Taxpayer will heed this notice and save the trouble and cost of this kind of collection W B Patteson Sheriff 47tf BURTON CASE CONTINUED The case against Elijah M Burton lor the killing of James Dooley which was set for last Wednesday was con tinued until the January term of court There are over fifty witnesses to testi fy and the trial will occupy several days Mr Burton has retained Messrs James Garnett and Rollin Hurt and the prosecution will be conducted by States Attorney and Hon M Ray Yarberry and W L Malone of Campbellsville Coroner HH Collins Tayloricounty was in Columbia en J ute to Edmonton having in charge Will Edwards colored who is wanted in Metcalfe charged with matricide i andrhis fatherinlaw became engaged in a fight Edwards attemped to shoot the t 1 Le f tr 4 latter but the bullet struck his mother killing her instantly The murderer left for parts- aPrehended unkown and was neverII until last week was discovered at Campbellsville and immediatly placed under arrest by Mri Collins MELViN BAILEY DEAD The subject of this sketch died at his home in the McGaha country Friday evening September 21st at 7 oclock The deceased was thirtysix years of age and a victim of pulmonary trouble For a number of years he has been r connected withthe mercantile house of Messrs J E and F Burton at McGaha his services being satisfactory tchis employes and was very popular with the trade Mr Bailey was a consistent member of the Baptist church an up right and honest man The widow did the two children have the sympathy of all in their bereavement MODERN IMPROVEMENTS The Columbia Hotel is soon to nave such modern improvements as will dis tinguish it as one of the best and cmost inviting hostelries in the State Smith Nell its proprietors are arranging and completing plans to have the en tire builing heated by furnace and steam and will also furnish all the rooms with hot and cold water For this latter purpose they will have a well put down in the rear of the build ing and will use a gasoline engine to pump the water intohtank situated high enough to give protection to the house in case of fire i TO TOBACCO SHIPPERS We wish to state to our friends through out the tobacco growing sections that we are not connected directly nor indi rectly with any other warehouse or warehouse company We conduct a STRICTLY INDEPENDENT Tobacco Warehouse Commission Busi ness and respectfully solicity our patron age C A BRIDGES Co Props PICKETT TOBACCO tI AN EXPfRT JUDGE Mr Claud Pemberton the horseman of this city was one of the Judges at the recent State Fair in Louisville Mr Pemberton is an expert judge of horses and has receeved many compli ments from the best horse men of the State on his fair and impartial decision It is said that Mr Pemberton received more boquets and blue ribbons than any horse shown at the State FairEtown News COLUMBIA BAND AT CELINA FAIR The young gentlemen comprising the Columbia Brass Band left this Tuesday morning for Celina Tenn where they will make music for the Clay County Fair The following members made the trip Geo T Flowers Jr G W Lowe J E Flowers R Mont Feese E R Feese Fred Myers Wal ter Sullivan C C Pickett Edwin Wil son Ray Montgomery and Will Young TURNPIKE COMPANY FINED In the case of the Commonwealth against the Campbellsville and Columbia Turnpike Co the jury returned a verdict giving a judgment against the Company for 600 The case will be appealed and the result will be watched with interest by the people in this sec tion REPAIRS NEEDED The approach on the town aide of the bridge over the creek on the Stanford roads settled at least a foot The road SUperVisor should have some priz ing done i rrriv ft r yvi4 JO RUSSELL ASSAILED By Ben A Shreve at Merrimac = = An Unwarranted Attack Last Tuesday Mr Jo Russell a traveling salesman of this city was assaulted and stabbed by Ben A Shreve a merchant at Merrimac Taylor coun ty Fortunately the wound is not a serious one and Mr Russell will resume his duties in a few days We learn from a gentleman who was at Merrimac last week that Mr Rus sell entered Shreves store and while attempting to make a sale of lard a dispute arose The merchant claiming that another dealer in the village was selling the same quality of lard an Mr Russell stated that he was quite positive that such was not the case ass he was the only representative of house in that section Shreve bec excited and said Do you mean to call me a liar in my own house and before Russell could speak the merchant at tempted to strike him Joe warding off the blow and knocking Shreve to the floor At this juncture Russelllwas- given a severe blow by a son of Shreve Immediately the combatants were part ed and Mr Russell left the store pur sued by the merchant who had secured- a butcher knife and who inflicted an ugly wound in the fleshy part of his right shoulder It is claimed that Shreve was under the influence of liquor and from the reports we have receive- dI re was no provocation to justify th cuttingl Mr Russell is one of the most con genial young men on the road Always in good humor and pleasant and cour teous with every body In fact he is exception in this particular Shreve was arrested and his exam ining trial will come up this week CORRECT AGAIN Mr R G Price Keeps up his Re ord in Jersey Breeding Several months ago Mr R H Price stated to a news man that his fine Jersey cow would drop a female calf abou- the middle of September and when pressed for an explanation as to how he could tell said If it is not a heifer the calf is yours for nothing I bred for a heifer this time and if a betting man I would wager the cow against a barlow knife that I am correct remem ber if it is a male calf it is yours We kept up our inquiry but its all over now It will be remembered that Mr Price claims to possess knowledge as to how to produce either sex by breeding This is the fourteenth calf and up tJ date he has never failed to get exactly what he wanted MR JP DOHONEY Jr INJURED Mr James Polk Dohoney formerly of this county but for several years hasbeen living in Texas is now in the- M K T Hospital Sedalia Mo Some time ago he got his left hand se verely mashed and he is in the above- mentioned institution for treatment A letter from him was received by Dr J N Page last week giving full particulars At the time it was written Mr Dohoney was suffering severely and it was then thought that one of his fin gers would have to be amputated He would be glad to hear from some of his old frinnds PUMPKIN RECORD The largest pumpkin vine and the most prolific one ever reported to this office is the one Mr Delaney Robinson of Absher this county now has in his garden From one seed he has about 500 feet of vine and 22 pumpkins The average weight of the pumpkinliflsti rfrfe yr t t ry t f yh plated at 40 pounds which would make from 1 seed 880 pounds There are several that will weigh from 60 to 80 pounds while the smallest is placed at 20 Dr W R Grissom took a look at the above mentioned vine last week and gives it as his opinion that Mr Robin son is correct in his estimate It will be remembered that Gov J R Hind man of this city has heretofore held the record for the productionjpf large pumpkins closely seconded by Mr Tim Collins the leading farmer on Greens burg street It is now up to those gen tlemen to report or surrender to living facts FALL WEDDINGS ofdCouples United gg TODDBROWNINGe l i rn yAt the home of Mr and Mrs W M Smith in the Gradyville country last Wednesday morning at 10 oclock Miss Nora Todd and Mr Charles Browning were united in marriage the Rev W H C Sandidge officiating Only rel atives and a few intimate friends witnessed the beautiful and impressive ceremony which united the happy coupleThe bride is a daughter of Mr R S Todd of near Columbia buffor a num ber of years has made her home with her aunt Mrs W M Smith She i ean unusually attractive young lady ac complished and possesses a lovable disposition which has won for her a large number of friends Mr Browning is a successful farmer soberanhonest and industrious young man and is very popular in his community The News joins their many friends in extending congratulations KELSAY HUDSON Last Sunday evening at 2 oclock Miss Annie J Kelsay of Glensfork and Mr Henry Hudson of this city were united in marriage at the home of Rev Graff Abrell the officiating minister- t only a few friends and relatives wit nessing the ceremony The bride is a daughter of the late Dr Butler Kelsay of Glensford and is a very popular and accomplished young ladyMr Hudson the youngest son of Mrs Mollie Hudson of this city is a farmer and stocktrader and is wellknown throughout Adair and adjoining coun ties We extend congratulations to this young couple and wish them a and prosperous journey through life KINNIARDCUMMINS Miss Eula Kinnaird daughter of Mr Filmore Kinniard of Red Lick and Mr JA Cummins were united in marriage last Wednesday afternoon in the parlor of the Davis Hotel Glasgow the Rev German P Dillon officiating The couple left immediately for Louisville and other points to spend their honey moon MARRIAGE LICENSES County Clerk T R Stults issued the following marriage licenses during the month of Sebtember Robert Webb to Miss Carrie Fielders Paschal Turpen to Miss Delmo Phelps James Helm to Miss Ethf Bean W R Taylor to Miss Francis V Strange James Earles to Miss Mary E Greene L F Holladay to Miss Ethel C Charles Browningto Miss Nora Todd Henry Hudson to Miss Annie Kelsay Cheatham v Wyley Goomer to Miss Lillie Frank lin I- j 1Ivr ti Yz f To Y i QUARANTINED Are Cumberland County Cattle on Account of TicksInspectors Warn the Shippers Government Inspectors have been quietly at work in Cumberland for some time and noting the existence of Cow tick among cattle quarantined the county and placed a restriction on own ers to sell or remove infested stock un der penalty of having such stock con fiscated and the owners subjected to a heavy fine broughtIIinto the county on cattle from Tennessee and is a knockout to the cattle trade from that section That bordering counties will be invad ed bythis nest despite the quarantine is feared from the fact that in the dying of one grown tick is but the breeding of hundreds of new ones Cattle thus ravaged are often thrown into Texas fever which is conta gious and much dreaded by cattle rais ersThe situation is nota pleasant one for the business interests of Cumberland Being chiefly a corn producing county farmers will find it dificult to utilize their product with profit by feeding to t hogs for their nearest shipping point is forty miles away As the quarantine is lifted only during December and Jan uary ic is likely that the cattle puasuit will be abandoned and the corn and oth bsy boat in the spring when the river is nav igable WR MYERS SELLS AN INTEREST In the Columbia Roller Mill and Electric Light Plant to Staples and Robertson On Saturday of last week Mr W R Myers sold a twothird interest in the Columbia Roller Mill Planing Mill and Electric Light Plant to Messrs Z M Staples and G W Robertson for consideration of about 8000 This is one of the best equipped o the smaller mills in the State the machinery being practically new and upto date in every particular A very liber al patronage has been accorded the Co lumbia Mill Co in the pastand we believe that the new firm all of whom are experienced in this line of work will be given a good share of the trade I IN MEMORIAM Yrs Mollie E Hurt the subject of this sketch was the daughter of John and Mary Stone and was born Decem ber 31st 1849 Died September 13 11906 She accepted Christ as her Savior when she was about 17 years of age and became a member of theMt Pleas ant Christian ChurchIt Her father and family shortly after this moved to the Montpelier neighborhood and she united with the church a Pleasant Hill She was united in marriage to Mr L P Hurt Dec 31 1875 To the un ion four children have been born three sons and One daughter all of whom are living three of them live in this county and one in Illinois Mrs Hurt was a faithful Christian to the end and died in the triumphs of a living faith She told her husband she was ready to go but felt sorry to leave him and the children She ex horted those present and left word for her son who had not yet reached home to meet herin heaven She like the apostle Paul was look lug forward with assuranceof receiving the crown which shall be given to the faithful aShe poMCMed a beautiful character r rEJJ L L cheerful charitable quiet and unassum 40 ingShe was a devoted wife an affection ate mother a kind and prudent neigh bor and will be much missed in the home and church and community where she has lived The funeral services were conducted by Eld Z T Williams at the Pleasant Hill church where a large con course of friends paid their last tribute of respect to her whom they had loved The text was She hath done what she could all feeling that the Master would say of this one the same as he said of Mary of Bethany She hath done what she could May the good Lord deal tenderly with the brokenhearted loved ones and help them be ready when the time comes for them to pass over the river MR and MRS Z T WILLIAMS CONFERENCE APPOINTMENTS j t COLUMBIA DISTRICT W A Hynes Presiding Elder r Columbia A R Kasey J Columbia Circuit J A Johnston v Burkesville P P T Kasey Campbellsville and Early G B Over tonCampbellsville Circuit J L Edring ton Abany T J Wade Bear Creek W A Beck Clinton L F Piercy Greensboro and Glenville T J Camp bell supply Edmonton and Summer Shade K K Anderson 5 Gradyville G Y VilsonrGreensburg W T Hogard Jabez to be supplied Jamestown G A Gailor Mannsville D F Walton Monticello B F Atkinson Pellyton John Bowles supply Peytonsburg J W Caughron supply i Rennox D T Tarter Temple Hill J P Vanhoy Tompkinsville J W Crowe Thurlow B A CundiffiWest Monticello E Pennycuff C R Payne Bus Mgr Lindsay Wilson Training School MINISTERS WELLKNOVT HERE CampbellLSturgis S L C Coward 1fGlasgow and Dover GfP Dillon Richardsville A C Gentle Scottsville L W Russell Allensville B F Orr Cadez R B Grider v Cerulean Springs S A McKay Eddyville J L Kilgore Kuttawa J H Nicholson Pembroke T L Hulse Centertown W A Grant supply Greenville F E Lewis Greenville Circuit G W Shugart ButlerlOwensboro Breckenridge W P Gordon 1 Sulphur Spring J A Goodman Yelvington J W Love S G Shelly Presiding Elder Etown DistrictClifton James A Chandler Mt Washington J L Murrell Chapel Hill T F Barbour EldertHenderson District CONOVER FARLEE This afternoon Tuesday at 2 oclock Mrs Mary J Conover and Mr Henry Farlea will be united in marriaga the Rev Marion Antle officiating The bride is a widow of the late Mrf WS Conover and ahighly respected lady Mr Farlee is one of this countys most respected citizens and veteran r of the civil war The News extends the usual congrat ulations COUNTY SCHOOL PER CAPITA County Superintendent Mrs Georgia Shelton informs us that the County percapita tor the common schools willv t l be307tT4M S1Tl X fJ f J r fyrp v d 3t zf x it r 0a q t J jir 4i r ti 30 t f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 26 1906 AN INTERESTING ABIT OF HISTORY Kentuckians Encounter with utfon est Dick Tate in the Orient It was about June 1888 just before my departure for Japan I was approached by gentleman who had been in the legislature defalcaItioned me that it was generally understood that Tate was in the Orient probably Japan and by discovering and bringing about his arrest I could make a reputation and a nice sum of money I took no interest in the matter for I regarded Tate as unfortunate rather than criminal The ex perience of Tennessees Treasurer Polk was fresh in my mind and his tragic end in contrast with that of some of his highly re spectable predecessors had so wrought on my sympathies that I would not have reported Dick Tate even though by the turn of my hand I could have done so at a reward of 1000 Just before I went aboard my steamer at San Fransisco as I entered the Pacific Mail Pier I was handed a letter asking me to lookout for the refugee and re port him to the care of the Amer ican Consul at Yokahama then Clarence B Greathouse a native of Woodford county Ky The letter was neither replied to nor preserved I arrived in Yokaha ma o- while n the 18th of August and I made it my first duty to meet ConsulGeneral Greathouse I never mentioned the name of Dick Tate to him nor he to me I presume he felt as little interest in the matter as I did for he was a typical Kentuckian broad mind ed big hearted and generous souled On the 12th day of Aug list Iv sin Fikko an Imperial watering place in the mountains of Northen Homdo where there hadrecently been built a very expensive hotel for Summer tourists and where American Am bassador Hubbard was the summer On that spendingI T strolled alone to the a pans line of illustrious Shogans beyond comparison the most en trancing spot my eyes ever rest upon While there walking alone I met an elderly gentleman somewhat care worn and burden ed who engaged me in conversation about the beauties of the surrounding scenery When he learned I was a Kentuckian he became intensely interested but disclosed to me only the fact that he was an American and had lived sometime in Canada I had forgotten what name he gave me I jaw saw him occasionly in Nik a day or so when he dis appeared On my return to Yok kohama about the 17th I casually met the same gentleman at the Grand Hotel where we sat together in the twilight smoking Manila cigars and discussing pol itics in America the Presidential campaign between Cleveland and Harrison then being in its insip ient stage The following day I left Yoko Sagamirone steamers sunk jby the Russians M3 the late war v i VT J28 a transport Inpiat city on I iI trf I Cdrli tr 0Rr kr i r ff h19P Li tIp xJ iHi tl tfr 7 the 24th of August to mYsur prise I met face to face In the Oriental Hotel he same tdistinguished whom I had a few days previously met in Nikko and Yokohama We merely shook hands and passed lon for I was in the hotel to call on a party with whom I had made the voyage The stranger however took time to tellme that he was spending a few days goingIancient capitol of Japan and a place of immense interest to tourists Some days later I was myself in Koyoto and was stopping at the foreign hotel well up on the mountain side It was in the evening and I was sitting on the veranda in coversation with Lieutenant Butterworth an officer of the cruiser Charleston then at anchor in Hiogo Bay About ten oclock Iwas very agreeably surprised at the appearance of my friend the Amer meIan extended conversation during the progress of which I discovered that he knew a great deal about Kentucky politics and Kentucky history This fact though perhaps singular to the average American struck me with no aIintelligent globe trotter is ofall men the best informed on all matters of current history H toldme he had been an admirer of John Young Brown regarded Proctor Knott as one of the greatest men of the nation and he had frequently met Henry Watterson- It occured to me during that conversation t that he genial stranger though he was might know more about Kentucky history than what he had read But I would not under any sort of consideration have taken steps that could have caused him any greater uneasiness than he was then a victim of to say nothing of bringing about his arrest or im prisonment The gentleman dis aEn apparl Ion The matter passed from m mind until about 1987 when being in Frankfort I learned that a suit had been filed in that county by the heirs of Dick Tate to recover the amount of his life insurance and in that suit letters had been filed written by him from Japan to his family I was led by my curiosity to go accompanied by my friend Tebbis Carpenter of Scottsville to the Franklin County Clerks office to examine those letters I discov ered this very interesting coincidence that one of those letters filed with that suit was written from Nikko on the very day of my mysterious stranger at the shrine of the Shoguns Anoth was written from Yokohama t very day after I smoked my first Manila cigar with the sane iri teresting stranger in the Grand Hotel in that city And the other had been written from the ancient capital of Japan on the very day and date of my long conversation with the well informed AmericanCanadain on the veranda of the Yaami Hotel overlooking the sleeping city the unconquerable Yamate amid scenes of exquisite beauty th rival the pictured splenders of II r I L 1 it fi t i titr rf i J J the AlhambratIThese were the last letters written by Dick Tate the exile o the remnant in Kentucky f- vhat was once the loving belov DickIr whose generosity and bounding fellowship had proved the wreck and ruin of his life as wellas theirs When I read those letters and had a description of this one time idol of Kentucky Democracy then I knew that I hadmissed what a sordid spirit would have seized upon as vasInothing to me I had never seen him until the day we met amid the unbroken stillness of Japans slumbering heroes in that grove of a thousand years where hover the spirits of warriors compared with whom if history were exact and impartial the name of Caesar and Napoleon would aspire no higher than to occupy second place But he had been a friend of my friends and my right hand shall forget its cunning before I shall turn to barter the misfortunes of one who had been so capable of magnanimity generosity and human fellowship If that was Dick Tate and I have never doubted that it was then I was probably the last handnand look into his eye a hand that was raised always for a frrend aewomans Senator N Utlidge HATCHER Miss Bessie Blakey daughter of Jailer Blakey has been very low with a nervous affliction but is improving John Williams and Ermine Gaines became involved in a dif ficulty over the sum of 5 cents at this place recently and in the progress of the fight Clifton Gaines husband of Ermin- Gaines was seriously with a knife The examining trial was held here and Williams held over to Circuit Court Several from here attended th FairY IJ W and T P Turner made a yield of 39 bushels of wheat t6 the acre on a specially prepared piece of ground With the pro per fertilization and good season 50 bushels can be grown here Miss Emma Miller gave a so cial Friday evening in honor o her guest Miss Coffey of Colum bia Miss Burdick and Mrs Rucker are visiting Mrs Rebecca McCul lough in Louisville Jake Williams and Steve White colored are boardm with Wm Blakey Jailer The are serving terms for misdemean ors faheo to open a boarding house family Skeleton Many a persons family skeleton is state of weak digestive organs ed from careless ancestors The skel CaldwellslAxative so at once otherwise it will dog you daily and keep you in constant misery and in danger from worse complications s indigeofs s ness Try it Sold by Dr JT N Page CaneLwit fails j I t f Jir1 i 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 c i7 r PEllVTONI Mr C Coffey J M Camp bell and W 0 Pelley have filed claims in New Mexico Messrs Campbelland Pelley are expect ed home in a few days while Mr Coffey will remain there Miss Leva Sanders has Malaria feverMr Levi Henson is down with Typhoid fever Mr E L Feese was in Columbia last Monday Mrs Susie Zerbaugh will leave in a few days for Portland Ind Mr J P Coffey has Malaria fever Born to the wife of J A Chas teen on the 10th a boy Mrs G W Rubarts who has been confined with fever is out again Mr J R Workman who has forIbetter Hobson Co will move their Singletree factory from this place to Dunnville in a few days Mrs J J Coffey who has been confined with Typhoid fever is again upI Mystery Deepens maney suchd pation etc when they could so easily get rid of every one of their troubles by a few doses of Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Have you tried it NeMoore batfFELIX Mr J C Kean left Monday for Oaklahoma to visit his daughter Mrs W S Stanton Ethfel s day eveningIsick list Mr Brack Choate of Ill js visiting relatives here Mrs I A Wilson and son RusseY11 W S Kean was awarded the contestm at Wilsons store Mr L J Parson had the misfortune of getting his arm broke Sunday horste Peekins price unknown A Lucky Postmistress is Mrs Alexander of CaryMe who has found Dr Kings New Life Pills be the best remedy she ever tried keeping the Stomach Liver and Bo els in perfe torderYouwill agree purifby T E Paull druggist Price 25c 5 6 i Vi 4 I tr NSs Hi 4 t t it 2iIU fs Ij f o I t l ri f 4v Ir Needles Parts and Supplies for both WEeelet Wilson and Singer Machines SOLD ONLY B- YSINGERSEWINC MACHINE CO INCORPORATED C C HOLT Representative COLUMBIA KY THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE GOOOH SYBOP For all Coughs and The Red expelling Colds from CIocr BIos tern by gently mOling theQ soma1d heIbowels A certain Hocey relief for croup and Ibottlewhoopingcough 2 lNearly all other cough cures areaP j fhJ1iJ Ii1 especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates itnLKENNEDYS r HONEHETJPREPARED Eo C DeWITT CO CHICAGO US AI AN IDE- ALIVACATION TRIP TO YELLOWSTONE PARK Personally Conducted YOUR MONY IN THIS COUNTRY ISPND IItinerary of Trip Colorado Springs Cripple Creek IDenver of the Gods Manitour PIKES PEAK River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and six and onehalf days in Wonderful Yellowstone PARK COST of TRIP Expenses of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully con sidered and minimized so as to be within easy reach of all SPECIAL SLEEPERS- will leave Louisville Night of July 25 For full particulars GALLAGHERr1907 Barret Avenue Louisville WILMORE HOTEL Firstslasa Table Roomsor ew Rates lWM WILMORe PRO GradyVi1Ie i Kentucky i 3i i i J 4pa y til i 7 rv i i tt r ciwisiiANso N I Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians rrataM Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall IBetS D Crenshaw VETINERY SURGEON c r Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or sur gical work done at fairprices I am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONE HALF MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMBIA POINTMENT THE PATTESON HOTELS No better place can be found than the above nam ed HOTEL It is NEW ele gantly furnished and the table supplied at all times with the best the market affordsFeed in Connection i J B Patteson Pro Jamestown Kentucky Coffins AND CasketsS ofCoffinssold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it patronize J E Snow Russell Spring L i f 7rric- ti jf tto1ij irf j I ij i J 4tY z tih 1rvYlF 4 4tf1 + h t rv 1 i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 26 1906 f 1 Planing Mill Co Columbia Kentucky Keeps constantly on hand all kinds of AnishioLufflbor1 Building Material I MOULDINGS AND FANCY- BRACKETS I In fact everything kept by a FIRSTCLASS PLANING MILL Orders Promtly Filled Satisfaction gauranteed Call on or address the PLANING MILL COMPANY- I Columbia = = = = Kentucky i CARRY ALL HEIGHTS IN STOCK Dehler Brothers 99 INCH n y 1 1 1 1 16 E Market St Louisville r 1Send f CUWOCD FIELD FACE STANDARD STYLE MASS K XE1Gm LUMBER WANTED We are in the market for Lumber at our 60lurnbiai i Yard We live fair In spection and pay highest cash prices Give us a Trial Standard Saw Mill Go B F HtiKJ5TltfWIMana06r E fl NEWBRR Yard Foreman Enterprise Hotel Chas F Gans Bro Props StJLouisville Kentucky RATES 100 Per Day Ia Absolute satisfaction guaranteed iiJ Special rates to Boarders The Louisville Trust- Company Southwest Corner fifth and Ayrtei LOUISVILLE KYEmpowered to act in any part of the State as Executor Admini trato Trustee Guardian Receiver Assignee Etc Acts as Agent and Attorney in fact for inexperienced persons filling any of the above Rents Drawers or Boxes in its Fire and Burglarproof Vaults price 5 10 25 and 25 per annum Manages Real Estate Collects Rents Pays Taxes Insurance Etc SAVINGS DEPARTMENT n te rest allowed on all time deposits and interest compounded semi annually Deposits by workmen women and minors free from State and City taxes Receives deposits in any amount not less than L Deposits by married women and minors subject to their orders only PILLER BENNETT CO J JMANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN v f yy F RNITURECHAlRS r t iTI t7 crf AxN D MATTRESSES 1 l d r f KST4 t aDL ti tj il1 r x JA f f LrJ i jfl i f i JJit t OOt J rtr t tI J ijJ F hi b t tf III Mr Bryan a Hustling Farmer Fairview the farm home of William J Bryan lies three miles southeast of Lincoln You leave the car line at what is known as Bryan Station and then you see a house set on a hill with a landscape of corn fields alfalfa and a grove around about it It is the farm home of William Jen ning Bryan The house is built of chipped bricks with brown stone trimmings and slate roof which slants in long graceful lines from lofty gables to low eavesJA broad porch with brownstone coping extends partly around the south and west sides 7in a graceful curve Steps lead down to the driveway on one side and to the lawn on the oth 7ere A chipped brick barn stands back of the house and back of this a hundred yards down the gentle slope can be seen two frame barns and a frame house the latter the residence of the manager William B Milson Bry ans nephew The orchard stands on the north side of the house with the garden and hothouse between The path through the alfalfa field leads to the other driveway near the house A swing chairs flower beds and shade trees give the lawn the appearance of home liness and comfort Fairview is indeed well nam ed Standing on the lawn one can see for several miles across corn fields and orchards of prosperous farms and sur burban places to the north west where the city lies and to the south where beyond fields of corn broken by the sinuous line of trees which marks Salt creek stands the large college of the Ad ventistsFrom the front of the house I walked around the driveway to the rear A white bulldog lay on the stone ledge that surrounds the back porch his head resting on his paws He was like a dog of stone for he looked unblink ingly down This was Mr Bry ans dog General He was purchased a number of years ago from Fatty Holman who kept a fruit stand and a local celebri ty The Bryans have one other dog a Sctotch collie named Bird I saw an old man with a one horse wagon filling a barrel from the hydrant at the barn I found him to be one of Mr Bry ans tenants He rents 60 of the 157 acres which comprise the farm He grinned when I asked him if Bryan was a good land lord Sure an if they was all like Mr Bryan there would be no complaint to make A nicer more agreeable man I never worked for- Milson the manager was building a fence around a 50 acre pasture which Mr Bryan recently purchased A swarthy young man with a firm jaw a pleasant smile and a hearty laugh is Will3 iam Millson lrh new ie was one tp at any farm The inposts were cement 1dt kijf 1 F 5l2 ti t ft M J and they were set at frequent in tervals Upon them was fasten ed the wellstretched woven wire In the language of the adver tisement it appeared to be litera ly pig tight bull strong and horse high Yes thats a pretty good fence said Millson after the in troduction Uncle Will bought a carload of these posts last fall It was an awfull job to put it up but now its fenced for good W J doesnt go in for any halfway workMilson refers to Bryan as Un cle Will and W J Others about the place call him Mr Bryan and W J but they all love him Does he workexclaimed Milson with the accent on the verb you just ought to see him Hes a worker from away back He can beat us in some ways Wish hed been here to dig a as some of these for us said the hired man with a grin It wouldnt be the first said Milson- I wont soon forgit the way he rolled off them two loads of alfalfa after supper one night the hired man Mil son Well he made us then Yes he came out after supper We had in two loads of alfalfa and they were in the barn yard It looked like rain W J hur ried us out and we got in the loft while he rolled it off He never said a word but the way them forkfuls came in the door was a caution He got it just as to rain Then he down and the horses and hurried them into the stable HeM rath er get wet than have that team stand in No he doesnt wear overalls just an old suit of clothes He doe all kinds of farm work hay driyes they mower t L y ic 1h QJI 14 l l a tIiitAl r7rtc 1t 1 p e jJ j ti j tSi r and so takes interest m cattle His herd is one of ex tra fine breed and each animal was selected by Mr Bryan him self There are fourteen Short horns and eight Jerseys all of them extraordina ry beauty in the herd are Red Rose of and Venus The latter was to Mr Demloeratie yearIis built in ac scientificsIt has a concrete floor and patent iron and chains at the rear so tha neither halters nor are needed Back of the barn is roomy shed with racks a place for favorite breed of hogs is the PolandCrina of which he has a herd of fifteen fine spec imens Two of the sows have fine litters of pigs and not one has been lost from either litter But the horses are the real pride of There are six Bryan as well Statesman postholes Loringer timeI continued laughed certainly hustlesome brought standing through unloaded itstarted jumped unhooked through therainJ pitches on- Bryan particular thoroughbreds- Two Shorthorns Fairview pesented principles partitions stanchions feeding affording sheltered winterMr Fairview Farmer of them This number includes the magnificient work team a blackand bay Although large animals they are often used by Mr Bryan as carriage horses in driving over the country Gov presentedIto1867 is getting old and spends most of his time in the pasture with the Jersey cattle One of the latter Mr Bryan calls Gov ems Chum because of her evi dent preference for the company of the famous horse You bet Uncle Will keeps tab on what goes on here said Mil son as he showed me about the place He knows just how the crops stand in what condition the fences are and how the stock is getting along Hes no great expert in judging stock but he knows a good animal when he sees it and hes never been stuck yet in buying You couldnt fool him on a horse trade either Inhere was a mud hole about the watering tank where the wa ter had overflowed and had been tramPedbYCJttleThiS is all- yr tYrS W Everett Lester DENTIST Liberty Kentucky Hotel Restaurant jj W N Brinton S- onProprietors Lund at all Hows Day or Niitt tCOMFORTABLE ROOMSh 5 The trade of Adairi and adjoiLing solicitedaLEBANON KENTUCKY mThmDr Dunbar DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky JAMES TRIPLETT DENTIST RESIDENT PHONE 29 OFFICE PHONE 40 RING 2 iSTOFFiCE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 5 PS U M FQCANES HENRY W EDDLEMAN 408WMARKETSTLDII1SVLLEKY going to be fixed up explained Milson Uncle wrote me when he was in Manila to concrete therwhole barnyard but Ive been too busyYou just wait till W J gets home and hell get around to it Ill bet grinned the hired manIThe visitor to the Bryan farm is impressed with one thing above all others That is stability It is written allover the plac Mr Bryan builds nothing temporarily The fence of the fifty acre pasture is an example The floor of the stables are concrete The farm machinery is all of the best and the buildings are practically fireproof and waterproof Everything is convenient There is running water all over the r farm One windmill furnishes under the force press system and there are hydrants on the lawns in the garden in the barns in the pastures and faucets of hot and cold water all over the house A hot house and ice house add much to the pleasure of life at Fairview Mrs Bryan is as prodigious a worker as her husband She is endowed with splendid health re markable strength and endurance When at home hers is a familiar figure in her sunbonnet working in the garden anioaflowers and vegatables 111101111 tending the making of totter and the general econ lll of tie home tI r j e 6r ai til rrj jaesIr3I 0 VYr r ro lJ l 11 tr k CFy iks t u zr r fY 1 i tI 4 I lihh Jr rf i r tK i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER fIJl906 F V Planing Mill Co I Columbia Kentucky Keeps constantly on hand all kinds of Finishing lumber Building Material I MOULDINGS AND FANCY- BRACKETS f In fact everything kept by a FIRSTCLASS PLANING MILL Orders Promtly Filled Satisfaction gauranteed Call on or address the PLANING MILL COMPANY- I Columbia = = = = Kentucky CARRY ALL HEIGHTS IN STOCK Dehler Brothers INCH u 1 1 116 E Market St n Louisville 1 1Send ULWOCO FIELD FEHCE ISTAII4IRD STYLE MASB IN s xiBIG l- SLUMBLRftNTb W6 are in tile market tor Lumber at our Columbia Yard Weoive fair In spedtion antl pay highest Gash nriG6s Give us a Trial Standard Saw Mill Go- B F RflKfSTR WMana06r-E fl NEWBfRRyYard Foreman Enterprise Hotel Chas F Gans Bro Props 223243 W Market St Bet Floyd and Preston Louisville Kentucky RATES 100 Per Day t Absolute satisfaction guaranteed Special rates to Boarders The Louisville TrustSouthwest Corner Company Fifth and Hlbrtet LOUISVILLE K1Y Empowered to act in any part of the State as Executor Admini trato Trustee Guardian Receiver Assignee Etc Acts as Agent and Attorney in fact for inexperienced persons filling any of the above Rents Drawers or Boxes in its Fire and Burglarproof Vaults price 5 10 25 and 25 annum Manages Real Estate Collects Rents Pays Taxes Insurance Etc SAVINGS DEPARTMENT n te rest allowed on all time deposits and interest compounded semi annually Deposits by workmen women and minors free from State and City taxes Receives deposits in any amount not less than 1 Deposits by married women and minors subject to their orders only PILLER BENNETT CO iMANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS INv V J FURNITURE CHAIRS j t f t A N D MATTRESSES Ji Ksrry- t t p RMt tA13fMa Mr Bryan a Hustling Farmer Fairview the farm home of William J Bryan lies three miles southeast of Lincoln You leave the car line at what is known as Bryan Station and then you see a house set on a hill with a landscape of corn fields alfalfa and a grove around about it It is the farm home of William Ten ning Bryan The house is built of chipped bricks with brown stone trim mines and slate roof which slants in long graceful lines from lofty gables to low eaves A broad porch with brown stone coping extends partly around the south and west sides in a graceful curve Steps lead down to the driveway on one side and to the lawn on the oth erA chipped brick barn stands back of the house and back of this a hundred yards down the gentle slope can be seen two frame barns and a frame house the latter the residence of the manager William B Milson Bry ans nephew The orchard stands on the north side of the house with the garden and hothouse be tween The path through the alfalfa field leads to the other driveway near the house A swing chairs flower beds and shade trees give the lawn the appearance of homeliness and comfort Fairview is indeed well nam ed Standing on the lawn one can see for several miles across corn fields and orchards of prosperous farms and sur burban places to the northwest where the city lies and to the south where beyond fields of corn broken by the sinuous line of trees which marks Salt creek stands the large college of the Ad ventistsFrom the front of the house I walked around the driveway to the rear A white bulldog lay on the stone ledge that surrounds the back porch his head resting on his paws He was like a dog of stone for he looked unblink ingly down This was Mr Bry ans dog General He was purchased a number of years ago from Fatty Holman who kept a fruit stand and a local celebri ty The Bryans have one other dog a Sctotch collie named Bird I saw an old man with a one horse wagon filling a barrel from the hydrant at the barn I found him to be one of Mr Bry ans tenants He rents 60 of the 157 acres which comprise the farm He grinned when I asked him if Bryan was a good land lordSure an if they was all like Mr Bryan there would be no complaint to make A nicer more agreeable man I never worked for- Milson the manager was building a fence around a 50acre pasture which Mr Bryan recently purchased A swarthy young man with a firm jaw a pleasant smile and a hearty laugh is iam Millson new fence was one to at ITheattention on any farm The posts were of ironcored cement and they were set at frequent intervals Upon them was fasten ed the wellstretched woven wire In the language of the adver tisement it appeared to be litera ly pig tight bull strong and horse high Yes thats a pretty good fence said Millson after the in troductionUncle Will bought a carload of these posts last fall It was an awful job to put it up but now its fenced for good W J doesnt go in for any halfway workMilson refers to Bryan as Uncle Will and W J Others about the place call him Mr Bryan and W J but they all love him Does he work exclaimed Milson with the accent on the verb you just ought to see him Hes a worker from away back He can beat us in some ways Wish hed been here to dig Bryan a as well some of these postholes for us said Loringer the hired man with a grin It timeIsaid Milson- I wont soon forgit the way he rolled off them two loads of alfalfa after supper one night continued the hired man Mil son laughedWell certainly made us hustle Some then Yes he came out after supper We had brought in two loads of alfalfa and they were standing in the barn yard It looked like rain W Ji hur ried us out and we got in the loft while he rolled it off He never said a word but the way them forkfuls came in through the- door was a caution He got it unloaded just as it started to rain Then he jumped down and un hooked the horses and hurried them into the stable HeM rath er get wet through than have that team stand in the rainiNo he doesnt wear overalls just an old suit of clothes He does all kinds of farm work pitches hay drives the mower Ji b t m I 1l fltlk tl 1 rJ iS L ifJ and so on- Bryan takes particular interest hi cattle His herd is one of ex tra fine breed and each animal was selected by Mr Bryan him self There are fourteen Shorthorns and eight Jerseys all of them thoroughbreds- Two Shorthorns extraordina ry beauty in the herd are Red Rose of Fairview and Venus The latter was pesented to Mr Bryan by A C Shallenberg Dem ocratic nominee for Governor of yearIis built in ac scientificiprinciples It has a concrete floor and patent iron partitions thatIneither halters nor stanchions are needed Back of the barn is a racksIa place for winterMr favorite breed of hogs is the PolandCrina of which he has a herd of fifteen fine spec imens Two of the sows have fine litters of pigs and not one has been lost from either litter But the horses are the real pride of Fairview There are six Farmer as Statesman of them This number includes the magnificient work team a black and bay Although large animals they are often used by Mr Bryan as carriage horses in driving over the country Gov ernor the riding horse presented to Mr Bryan by Gov Stone in 1867 is getting old and spends most of his time in the pasture with the Jersey cattle One of the latter Mr Bryan calls uGov ems Chum because of her evi dent preference for the company of the famous horse You bet Uncle Will keeps tab on what goes on here said Mil son as he showed me about the place He knows just how the crops stand in what condition the fences are and how the stock is getting along Hes no great expert in judging stock but he knows a good animal when he sees it and hes never been stuck yet in buying You couldnt fool him on a horse trade ether Inhere was a mud hole about the watering tank where the wa ter had overflowed and had been tramped by cattle This isall y1a Atfirr c W Everett Lester DENTIST Liberty Kentucky JItJtIt I Hotels Restaurant W N Brlnton S- onProprietorsx Uncial all HOUR Day or Nijit COMFORTABLE ROOMS t The trade of Adair and adjoiLingt I couuties solicited LEBANON KENTUCKY Dr O S Dunbar DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky JAMES TRIPLETT DENTIST RESIDENT PHONE 29 OFFICE PHONE 40 RING 2 IS OFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY s- FQ cAPS UM e FURS K or t CANES rl HENRY W EDDIEMAN10- 8WMARKETSTLDU1SVLLEKY going to be fixed up explained Milson Uncle wrote me when he was in Manila to concrete the whole barnyard but Ive been too busyYou just wait till W J gets home and hell get around to it Ill bet grinned the hired man The visitor to the Bryan farm is impressed with one thing above all others That is stability It is written all over the plac Mr Bryan builds nothing temporarily The fence of the fifty acre pasture is an example The floor of the stables are concrete The farm machinery is all of the best and the buildings are practically fireproof and waterproof Everything is convenient There is running water all over the farm One windmill furnishes it under the force press system and there are hydrants on the lawns in the garden in the barns in the pastures and faucets of hot and cold water all over the house A hot house and ice house add much to the pleasure of life attFairview Mrs Bryan is as prodigious a worker as her husband She is endowed with splendid health remarkable strength and endurance When at home hers is a familiar figure in her sunbonnet working in the garden among the flowers and vegatables superintending the making of butter and the general ewnoinllM otfr yihomey i t iirt r JTgt totrist u J Cat IIi4Ih rJis THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 3 1906 5f IC 1 i 7 t 1 h =r I II r = 1M IW r I r t OUR NEW FALL STOCK IS NOW OPEN READY FOR BUYERS r l Every Line Full and Complete With All The Seasons Novelties Jr The Largest Stock Ever in Columbia Come and look it over we will be pleased to show you goods I RUSSELL CO COLUMBIA KY y1E3r3EEEEErEE re rr e J EEEE PERSONALwas EEP S R TuesdayW Ingram of Knifley was Wednesday Sheriff W B Patteson was in Camp bellsville Friday Dr E C Reaves of Glasgow in town Tuesday Will Hoskins of Campbellsville Sunday in Columbia Mr J S Stapp is suffering with number of boils Mrs Scott Montgomery was on sick list last week Miss Gertrude Murrah of Montpel ier was here Monday Judge H C Baker is holding at Edmonton this week Mr and Mrs Charles M were in town Thursday Mr A T Shirrell of Gradyville on a trip to New Mexico Mr Jno E Gowdy of was in Columbia last week Mr Henry and Miss Lena Hurt this morning for New Mexico Miss Laura Rosenbaum of Glensfork was in Columbia last Thursday Mr and Mrs F P Dohoney IMilltown were in Columbia Friday Messrs A T and Logan Sherrill I Gradyville were here Saturday G R Covert of Chicago is his sister Mrs T T Wilson J A Diddle and L M Wilmqre Gradyville were here monday Miss Jennye McFarland returned week from a pleasant visit to McKin ney Ky Mrs George Young and son Marvin of Waterview are visiting Mr R K Young in this city Mrs J E Rice and daughter Ida of Romines were visiting the fam ily of Mrs J V White last week Mr S H Fishercalleqand his subscription last Saturday Mr Fisher is 81 years of age and yet is active man Dr W B Armstrong of Springs stopped over here night while on his way to Roswell New Mexice Mr W A Myers and Miss Connor who ihas been visiting in Hardin county since June return III Lbome Friday evening childrenlof Holmes this county who feY weeks visiting in Illinois i home a short time ago sMiss Ruby Davisof Pruicetor reached Columbia Sunday Miss D r 5 ltl i g f will have charge of the millinery es tablishment of the Misses Eubank The following named gentleman of Creelsboro enroute to New Mexico registered at the Columbia Hotel Sun day night W T Armstrong A M Perryman R H Irvin and John Moran George the little eight old son of Mr C M Herriford who has been con fined to his room for four weeks with Typhoid fever is now on the road to recovery It will yet be several weeks before he wiTTbe out Mr Albert Rowe of Rowena reach ed Columbia Thursday afternoon en route home from a three weeks visit to Oklahoma Mr Rowe is very favora bly impressed with Oklahoma and while there purchased 80 acres of good landMr Wm Irvin of Camp Knox was in Columbia Saturday and informed us that he would leave for onesville Ind about the middle of this week Mr Irvin has a son who is one of the most successful physicians in that section of Indiana and it is his intintion to prob ably spend the winter with him Mr James Quarles of Gainsboro Tenn was in Columbia last week It will be remembered that Jim spent sev eral years in this city with Mr Jno D Lowe and made many warm friends who were glad to see him Mr QuarlesI is with the Chamberlain and it is not necessary to state that heI is giving satisfactionI LOCALS The Fiscal Court is in session Born to the wife of George Skaggs of Milltown a son A good horse for sale 463t A H BALLARD J F Montgomery has a fine brood mare for sale 471t Born to the wife of Talt Bradshaw on Sept 28 a son Born to the wife of Thomas Russell on the 26 of September a son Born to the wife of J W of Fair Play Oct 1st a son BurbnrdgeI The City Council has anew crossing near the Hancock Hotel V IThe first Saturday in October will be the regular election for School Trustees Four nice buggies for sale or Made for cow or hogs S F Eubank it- Woodson Levis is talking jto the trade this week Read his ad on fourth page STRAYED A small black cow with horttaiLC W ACRE Montpelier 471t V r1SR WheatWill sell his personal 10thPsee ad in another column r x JiiN si r t fi 1 f rr lt t i I if tt t5 TM1 fJt i PUBLIC SALE AT MONTPELIER On Wednesday the 10th day of Oct ober I will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described prop erty 5 head of horses and mules A few steers and heifers- A Thoroughbred Aberdeen Angus Bull 17 head of Thoroughbred Berkshire hogsCrop of hay farming implements of all kinds one runabout Household and kitchen furniture Sale begins at 10 oclock S R Wheat 471t 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 with rock 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 FARM FOR SALEIFarm of about 70 acres on the non turnpike one and a half miles fromI Campbellsville Ky New dwelling and outbuildings splendidly located has advantage of city and country near the new college an ideal home This land is rapidly ad vancing in value a bargain at the price asked Terms easyH S ROBINSON executor of Joe R Rice decd Leba non Ky 453t The two planing mills in Columbia are busy every day both running at full capacity to meet the demands TJie Columbia Planing Mill Company now has contracts for three dwellings complete besides meeting an unusual demand for smaller bills If you are doubtful as to the growth and prosper ity of Columbia just stir around and see what is doing in the preparatory departments FOR SALEThe farm known as the Stone place 1 mile from Columbia on the Glasgow road Contains 85I acres well improved goodIorchard timber fine water and good dwelling desiraOGANa14lmumula Ky The andice e Mat there will be many musty s and rottentears of cqrii when husking time comesp I 6yh tr 1iril IJ It 1y J t re fIr t y 4 i It ti ii The Misses Butler daughters of Mr Wm Butler will please accept our thanks for the beautiful boquet sent to his office The base of the boquet is a large white spongy growth produced by a beech log and very much resembles coral formation in form and color Through it the beautiful roses of differ ent hues and other flowers are set giving it a most attractive appearance We highly appreciate this token of good will and especially in the present gloomy weather We have received from the Louisville and Cincinnati markets the handsomest creations in Fall and Winter Millinery Our stock comprises every thing newc and popular in this seasons headwearli We have secured the Ruby Davis of Princeton an exper ienced milliner and we guarantee to please Very Respectfully JULIA EUBANK ANNIE EUBANKI So far there has not been thisIwe can crop of porkers will be far above the average Already the new crop of corn is being used and the many shoats that have broused about for several months will soon be rolling fat and ready to kick his last time about Thanks giving The dayIBrethern will be held in the Presby terian Church this city today Wednes welIof Chattanooga who will preside over the Conference NERYIFALL MIL I have just received the handsomest line of Millinery ever in Columbia The ladies of Adair and adjoining coun ties are requested to tail and inspect my stock MRS TIM BRADSHAW 471t FOR SALEFarm of 150 acres one mile from Gradyville There are two good dwellings two barns and necessary outbuildings A good well and the farm is well watered Plenty of tim ber to keep up farm A T Shernll 471m Gradyville ky Lewis F Piercy of Clinton county applied for admission to the M E CoiP ference Mr Piercy has ecenaly been elected County School Superintendent of Clinton county but he declares he will give up his office if a pastorate is assigned him t We call attention to he ad of MI JGathof Bros Ladies Outfitters which appears in this issue This is I one of the largest and most reliable houses in the city and they Will Ado ex actly as advertised txo i J Jf i i t i1i k f r 1 y Land Stock and Crop 00 0 I Farmers Institute November 12th and 13th 000 I Hardesty Durham bought 20 steers at 312 per hundred 000EE M Staples sold F Pt Pendleton 14 steers at 3J cts 000 W E Bradshaw sold a Jersey bull toI Owen Hardesty for 25 000 Frank Martin bought two shoats from Sam N Hancock for 15 000IJno Wallace bought a combined horse from Joel Wilkinson for 100 000 f Altsheller Co of Horse Cave bought of H T Baker two small mules for 125 000 Joe Coffey bought a fine young combined horse in Lincoln county last week for 200 0O 0 Milton Powell Jr of Ozark sold two yearlings to Bennett Wilson for 2i cents 000 W T McFarland bought a mare mule colt from J M Ellis for 70 and sold horse mule colt to J R McFarland IIa 65 ooo- There is widespread complaint from the tobacco growers of all parts of the country on account of tobacco house burning 000 Henry Buchanan of Taylor county bought 13 steers from C C Stephens at 3 cents 7 from J F Pendleton at 3 cents 000 Henry Buchanan passed through this section Tuesday with a fine bun h of cattle purchased in Green county Coburg Correspondent 000 C M Herriford sold to Hardesty Durham of Campbellsville 10 steers at 3l cents per pound and 23 head of cows and heifers at 2 to 2l cents 000 J F Pendleton of Gradyville bought nine suckling mules from different parties at an average of 66 and sold one horse to PerabertopTBros for 1471 ooo Young Convey sold 5 young com bined horses at the sale of Johnson Wade and Richards at Lebanon last week In the bunch was Lincoln Squirrel ooo John Earhart sold his farm near tJaisI place to Campbell Miller consideration 2300 Dr A Shively Bought tR mulecoltast at 118 Per head Hatcher of tt IffItd toxr 1 K o + tt lYN i i1 J 3rC ti St r 5 3 n IjtsF Yri Correspondent 000 B E Rowe bought two steers from George Morrison four from E M Sta pIes two from Ruel Shives and two from J W Simpson The price per pound was 3 cents 000I head of cattle to Frank Waggener for 73 Flint Bry ant bought a horse from Asa BryantJfor 75 John White sold a cow to Jesse Bryant for 20 Ozark Correspondent 000 Lazarus Allsheller Co of Horse Cave bought 3 mules from C M Her i riford for 425 two from Luther Aiken for 315 one from Tilden Wheeler for 130 five from Young Coffey a prices ranging from 60 to 110 J 000 Hardesty Durham bought 47 headoW of steers and heifers from Smith Nell at 2 to 2i cents and 30 head fromiCharles Herriford at 1 to 2i cents alsoti j some good steers from Mr Herrrfof di at 3 cents From L W Bennett they purchased 22 head of steers and heifers for 535 000 J S McFarland iSa believer in rais ing good horses Recently he purchasscl three RedjBird colts one from Fiaakc Rice for 80 one from Melvin Conoxey for 65 one from Will Murrah for f 0 He also bought a mare colt Lexington blood from a party at Glenville n ring t 50 000 R E Tandy bought tiros A fCoomer 2 steers for 30 Walterr Arm strong 4 steers at 3 cents also I bull and heifer for 25 Wm Higgmbot tom 2 cows 1 4 to 2 cents Allen Penry man 2 steers for 3 cents F PI Buster 1 cow at 240 J A Chapman 1 cow li cents W T Aaron 1 at 2JiulesMurray 1 cow and calf for 3970 George Aiken four steers and oae cow 1B03 Luther England one cow for 251 FLOUR AND SAW MILL FOr SILL I have for sale p firstclass flour mill in operation also a good saw millrWill sell reasonable Call onor address r DJ BOWEN l 453m KnifleyKy 4 FOR SALEMy farm lying ok TPJ waters of Sulphur creek Adaircojr containing 70 acres between 50 aaddJ 0 acres in bottom the remainder iraoti land new dwelling of 6 rooms well If watered orchard and necessary outbuildings t four miles Southeast of eo tlumbia For further cucallon or addressGA SMITH f 1oL1 441m f Columbia Ky i Strayed from my premises one laityrago a pale red spotted bull horde about 16 inches lopg Not JWTowneend t 171tMilltown K t i iii r l y 4 17 t s J J t i tfffJI 15 1l tt1t iir r r TTr 1h F o if 3 1L L 0 t f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 26 1906 J COAL OILj SAVES TIlE DAY Milwaukee Finds Plain Oil Kesosene Will Rid it of Its Flea Pest After exhaustive treatises o how to rid the city of fleas had been devoured by Secretary Har bach of the school board that official has decided that the most effective weapon with which to fight the pests is common old ev ery day kerosene of the sort sold by John D Rockefeller So Coal Oil Johnny is looked upon as th savior of the day and there will not be the slightest protest from I the Cream City should he boost the price to 40 cents a gallon so- long as the supply is not cut off For one whole week Milwaukee has been itching fidgeting and scratching Sand fleas of the most vigorous type have held the cit izens of this good city in their claws or teeth vhatever it i that they operate with The advance guard slipped by watchful guardians of the peace r and invaded the schools They t had everything their own way boardscThen seeking fresh victims to devour the conquering army which had arrived in full force followed several school boys one day to the exclusive precincts of the Milwaukee County Club The foresight of the flea com f mander was amply repaid by re sults The boys caddy for theI golfers at the North Shore Club The invaders pounced upon the players and soon drove them to cover Then the army invaded the club kitchen and interfered tvith the cullinary department to such an extent that complete cap i tulation and hasty evacuation followed Into the dining room and into the parlors swept the hungry horde They put to flight every iving object and when they had r j devoured everything but the sil theicity But now they are up against it i They have smelt the kerosene and are beginning to retreat The school rooms are to be sprayed with kerosene and with- J the schools freed there seems lit tle chance of the fleas keeping up the battle long while cut off from the source of supply Eliz abethtown News SENATOR BAILEY REPLIES TO HIS CRITICS i United States Senator J W Bailey has made a statement in 53 reply to a criti ism of him regarding his allegedconnection with the Standard Oil Company as a paid representative of its f i nterests In part Mr Bailey says The first step in this cam paign of malevolence and de- purported traction was to have Ta ITinterview with the Hon Roger Sullivan of Illinois assailing me sent broadcast over the counr f tiYr Mr Sullivan promptly de i nounced that v interview as a falsehood made put of whole 41 fcloth The nekt stePVs their Tennesseey Iwam attor ney beta Q then Standard Oil JtY Gompkny and they UfhttQjin1r i rrv r ti 34Rr t t 4Vit i t 1fiif1 rltl tit4 r J1Stti jL if press this falsehood upon the fairminded and justice loving Democrats of Texas NO SECURITIES IN HIS POCKET Therailroad had passed through one receivership and was on the verge of another when I was called into the case andnperformed exactly the same kind of service that would have been expected of any other reputable lawyer The statement so Industriously circulated by some that I put 13000000 worth of securities in my pocket to do with them as I pleased is little notehave 13 worth of securities ui my pockets Every dollars worth of bonds of that railroad company were pledged for its in debtedness and it was my task to prevent those who held them from enforcing their liens and sacrificing the securities at a forced sale That I succeeded in doing this is a matter of great clisents NO CONCEALMENTS There never was the least at tempt to conceal my attorneyship for these properties nor was there the least reason why it should be concealed The objection to my employment as the at torney of those properties must proceedupon the theory that a man in public office has no right to pursue any private business and such a doctrine if applied to allmen and all offices would re duce the public life of this coun try to a point where only rich men or rascals could afford to ac cept an office If I had found that my time and strength would not permit me to serve as a Sen ator and to practice law at the same time I would have aban doned the law without the slight est hesitation because I have alI ways believed and acted upon the belief that the public service holds the highest claims upon every man who undertakes it or if I had found that there was any conflict between my duty to my clients and niy duty to my constituents I would have de dined all employment as a law yer because I would not suffer myself placed in any position where my duties might draw mer in different directions But nei ther has been true in my experi ence Louisville Times FACTS ABOUT TURKEYS Always feed on clean surfaces Turkeys cannot stand damp nessFilth is especially dangerous to all young stockjSave the earliest and best of young stock for breeders The plumpest bodies are found in the shortlegged fowls It is advisable to breed from choice old hens so long as they liveAs a rule mediumweight tur keys sell best especially around the Holidays Lice cause fully ninetenths of the mortality among the young Yearling breeding stock as a ruledo not produce strong stock While the young turkey is ten der the old ones are very hardy ficialWfcik winter T i f keys jhri vl better in an i ed with alfeh roost than fir nt j A r x fr f WtAJ4y t IiJlJ J + 3 1t oIJ4b I t t i t t 1E f7 they do in a closed house Considerable the decline in turkey raising may be laid to the fact that the stock has degener ated by continual inbreeding One gobbler will suffice for twenty or more hens as a single union of the male and female will fertilize the eggs for the en tire season The sex of young stock can be distinguished by the gobbler be ing heavier more masculine in appearance more carunculated on the head and a development of the tassels on the breast Its liberty or death with tur keys Turkey raising requires plenty of patience In no branch of poul try work is the old motto If you dont at first succeed try try again so applicable as in turkey culture It is well to mix a little sand daily with the soft food of the youngCharcoal is a valuable ingredient in the bill of fare If the poults can be kept in a healthy condition the first six weeks of their lives there is not much danger after that If the breeding stock becomes too fat there is likelihood of more or less infertility of the eggs Fermentation in the crop is an ailment peculiar to turkeys It can be prevented by feeding charcoalThe thrifty stock is found on farms having high dry land on which is a light growth of grassprovided however that inbreeding is not practicedExAU- TUMN Soon the sun will begin to lose for us its intense heat Soon the autumn will be here and the year will burn down to the fag end The trees will begin to be birdless The singing of the lo custs will cease Plant life will begin to show that the icy Winter days are at hand But to our eyes there will be no repining Marching down to the death of Winter the trees and the plants will put on all their glorious gauds They will array them selves in suits of brown and red andrussett and golden leaves They will have a splendor of ap pearance rivaled only by their glad frippery ofthe soft Spring days In their way they will meet adversity with smiles the smiles nature paints on tender leavesNow there is a lesson from these pretty autumn days teach ing us that there isno reason why we should not be like that There is no reason why in the autumn of your days when the winter of trouble is at hand you shouldnot meet what fate has in store with just as brave and smiling a face For the Winter will pkss and again the Spring will come Or if it does not there is sleepsweet dreamless endless sleep So it is well to cease repining to take a lesson from the autumn days It is well foil us to take our courage into our hands and with high heart beating pulse and daunt less mem repeat the triumphant cry ota poet who suffered all his life- r Tam master of my fate Ijthe capfoin pfcmy i soul r tf s 2 j tJrj rk il y rt i l J F r 5 fJ ISAM JONES ON CHARACTER II find now they are casting allover Missouri to find a man to succeed Governor Folk for no Governor in Missouri can succeed himself and that man is hard to find for Governor Folk has set a pattern that scrubs cannot follow him They will name a dozen probable candi dates and then say well I dont know whether either of them will fill the bill or not What a pity such a confession calls forth- I find than Senator Tillman is growing in popular favor The people believe he is honest and that he is brainy and brave he is one of the very few men in the United States Senate that is not branded and labeled I keep on saying it gentlemen after all its character that counts What avails my talk if the people dont believe me What avails my efforts if the people believe I am dealing double Happy is the man who has the confidence of the people and would die before he would abuse that confidence The people are slow in giving their confidence and careful of the truth in men but when once they believe in a fellow and be lieve what a fellow says then that man has the finest grip pos sible on the great masses of his countrymenThis trusts President Roosevelt this country now trusts Bryan and they are the leaders of their respective parties not by the choice of the politicians but by the will of the peo ple Thats what I call an un crowned king whose scepter is truth and whose insignia is right Confidence is not a commodity manufactured to or der it is a result of test and trial which furnishes proofs that call forth the faith of this man in that man The man who cant be influenc ed to do wrong himself and wont be silenced when he is con demning wrong in others What a mighty force the min isters of God could be if they would and could speak with au thority on all questions that in volve the best interest of humanity God help the preachers to get together on the issues that involve the home and cHurch and God help them to be brave as a lion in their championship of the right and the denunciation of the wrong Etown News Is the Moon Inhabited Science has proveb that the moon has an atmosphere whichmakes life in some form possible on that satellite but not forjhuman beings who have a hard enough time on this earth of ours especially those who dont know that Electric Bitters cure Headache Bilious ness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dizziness Torpid Liv er Kidney complaints General Debility and Female w aknesses Unequaled as a General Tonic and Appetizer for weak persons and especially for the aged It induces sound sleep Fully guaranteed by T E Paull Druggist Price only 50c Human Blood Marks A Tale of horror was told by marks of human blood in the home of L W Williams a wellknown merchant ofI Bac Ky He writes Twenty years ago 1 had severe hemorrhages of the lungs and was near death when I be gall takmg Dr Kings New Discovery tit combletely cured meajjd i have xe aired well ever aiDc rltcurea hem ocrtafea Chronic r Cofh Settltd drill r and hiti and a tbeoQlJ EverybttirdiifciifttA GOcd i1Oo Trial bottle frtfot iril i7 l Yr lN t ftt t J r1 t dif w J S 1 THE JackofallTrades Jr W F JEFFRIES SON Agts BE IShellsSaws Wood Grinds Feed Chums Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Pr ss For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUKY J H SMITH G H NLL STOP AT THE H TELOLUMBIASmith Props H This Hotel was formerly known as the MAI CUM HOTEL The Largest and Best Hotel in Green River Section H The above named firm has just purchased it and it will be run in firstclass style U Rooms clean and the table supplied with the best the market affords Traveling trade solic- itedColumbia Kentucky Special Reduced RatesVVIA HEttDE SOn ROUTE TO Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Francisco Los Angeles and San DiegoV HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES SEASON 1906 COIiOfilST RATES TO California Points and Great Northwest Dates Sale September 15 to October 31 1906 tSI us FOR FULL INFORNTRTION J H GALLAGHER L J IRVIN Traveling Passenger Agent General Pass Agent Louisville Kentucky Do You Like PROMPT SERVICE IF You Do Send YourI I SASH KND DOOR Orders to I E L Hushes Co I215217219 E Main St i LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY tOur facilities are unsurpasseda trial order will convince ti 4444444444444444444 FRANK CORCORAN A HIGHGRADE MARBLE AND GRANITE it CEMETERY WORK OP ALL KIND TRADE FROM ADAIR AND ADJOlWiGCOWfrIESsOtICITEI SEE us BEFOREYOU BUY Main Street LeltaI1Oll Ky t is atGi z 1 s a t4f nr 4ifittf tJ i Ip 3THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 2fr 1906 I 4 WHEN IN LOUISVILLE ACQUAINTED WITH 0THE PROGRESSIVE FIRM 4 I 0 HUBBUCH BROS f z Centrally Located O g 524 I 526 528 WestMarRct Street Ir Q WALL PAPER A New Department Q t CARPETS Immense Assortment x W V RUGS Incomparably Fine LineOYou Are Greatest O 4 Welcome at All Courtesy ShownOTimes to Inspect Our To Visitors Various Lines of Goods Call 00 444440000- 4444444444444i44 44 4O9 4o 44444-r HotelO t O O Refurnished Redecorated and Re modled Firstclass Hotel at PopuJ O WholesaleO p- O QFIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE U 1 FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS 0 Louisville Kentucky 00 0000000 000 O Kentucky Wall Plaster Co MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF PLASTERING MATERIAL SOUTHERN AGENTS FOR SACKETT PLASTER BOARD Brook River StseOTH PHONES 2267 Louisville Ky OUR BRANDS DIAMOND with sand LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER CAMPBELLS CEMENT PLASTER without sand Write for testimonials Also Operating HOOSIER WALL PRASTER PLANT Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 oFRED W HARDWICK Pres J COCKE Pres R DIETZMAN Snpt r W T Pyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 = jwmiiWJRiGHTS p mACHifliSTs DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 TttlRTeeWTttMftlN LOUISVILLe SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK SOLICITED All Kinds of Machinery Repaired I I COLUMBIA MOTOR CAR COMPANY United States Mail Line J xai Cars Leave Columbia Leave Campbellsvilte ii 345 AM 1PM r I r 12 M 9PM H rij Cotn qiitheLowestRates FirstClass Service ic d trJi 4 rS r t t t Ji fibr s i frtp CRUSOES ISLAND GONE Wiped Out by the Earthquake in South America One of the consequences of the great disastrous earthquake on the western coast of South Amer ica was the wiping out of the Island of Juan Fernandez famil iar wherever the English language is spoken as the place of exile of Alexander S elk irk known to the readers of De Foes great novel as Robinson Crusoe says the Philadelphia Record At some time in the lives of those of the present generation this little island held a place second often to home itself and its dis appearance below the surface of the Pacific will hardly prove a trifling incident In the early times just after the formal occupancy of the island by Chile the representative was a glittering army officer who stood for the military spirit of the ambitious South American Republic But it soon proved too costly to manifest so much pride of expansion and the little garrison was removed everything being left in care of a redshirt ed Governor whose insignia of office were a tall hat and a sword of ancient make tied about his waist by means of a bit of yarn Fernandez was however des tined to escape this obscurity not because it was the seat ofI one of the most wonderful ro mances the imagination of man has ever created but through the sudden commercial ambitions which centered around this little bit of land in the Pacific Shrewd Germans saw an opportunity of establishing on Cumberland Bay a pretentious name for an inlet a canning building for the pre servingof the splendid lobsters and codfish with which the wa ters abound As there were no such things as lobsters on the mainland there was a ready market for the little factorys production The houses of the ninetythree souls employed in the tannin factory were grouped together and called a town by courtesy San Juan Batiste Its last Gov ernon was a figure of considera ble interest whose learning be wildered the chance visitor fro a passing ship This voluntary exile having a splendid library of classics and able to command five languages seemed as solita ry a figure as Selkirk himself must have been Living therewith his little family he played the host with princely dignity and his conversation was luminous upon every point except the reasons that brought him hereto spend the years among a few untutorednatives Of Selkirk there were many traces His cave existed at the head of the English Bay and up at the point where he kept his lookout English naval officers had placed a tablet to his memo ryfor Selkirk died an officer in the English navy being a lieu WeyImouth when the end came By this tablet did the navy of Great Britain indorse the authen ticity of the tale which formed the foundation of De Foes great est and most popular work From i 4v A jfeAfe y the lookout down to the beach where the cave is located there was a distinct trail which it was claimed was the one daily trodden by the exiled mariner during his four years of solitude And now all this is gone Ex cept that some upheaval com mon enough in the Pacific may bring to the surface again the home of the figure enshrined in the hearts of many readers in many lands AN OLD STORY WORTH REPEATING The tellsbthe following story an oldtimer in KentuckyJudge M Harlan and James B McCreary canvassed Kentucky together as the Repub lican and Democratic candidates for Governor thirty years agoI They traveled about the State on a joint debating trip and in many small mountain places had to sleep in the same bed They were warm personal friends and so did not object to this intimacy One night Mr Harlan got into bed first Senator McCreary was not far behind and just as he entered the bed Judge Harlan raised his bulky formhe is a large manandsaid in his sten torian voice McCreary there is one thing certain the next Governor of Kentuckyis in this bed As he spoke the bed slats broke and Judge Harlan rolled to the floor Senator McCreary caugth and held himself in bed and as Judge Harlan reached the floor said John you are right the next Governor of Kentucky is in this bed THE SMALL FARM Many persons have the idea that at least one hundred acres must be possessed in order to Ho anything at farming This is a very erroneous idea Fifty acres make a good farm andwith much less land than this a very successful business may be carried on if one adapts his crops and methods to the number of acres that he has and even if bge made to produce a good deal towards a comfortable living if judiciously managed- I have seen the poorest and roughest kind of land turned to homg pasture of it Poultry too may be kept on the same kind of land while plums or some other fruit could at the same time be grown thereon Bees too can be kept almost anywhere producing hon ey to add to the years income Indeed there are a great many persons in different parts of the country who make money from bees alone The possibilities ot the soil are wonderful if the cul tivator will but dohis part well save all fertilizing matter and appy it to the soil I am sure that if many of the young men who go to the city would remain in the country and go to work on this line some thing as I have suggested put ting their whole energy into it theywould be far better off andf happier too The placesare very plenty where desirable farm homes can be built up and many of these places can be purchased cheapF H Dow in the timer ican ultiyatorT 1III I it i l4rt i hct 7tli loofh l tr a k P tiif rr h rrr j BOB BURDETTE ON THE SALOON The wellknown writer Robert J Burdette at one time called the Burlington HawkeyeMan expressed himself many times sj opposed to the saloon Recently a fight against the saloon was made in Pasadena Calwhere he is now located and in thej course of the discussion the sa loon men stated that Burdette favored their side of the contro versy This statement called forth an emphatic denial from Burdette in his characteristic language and from that reply which is too long to print here entire we take the following extracts About the power of prohib itory laws to prohibitthe laws of the state against murder do not entirely prevent murder But nevertheless I am opposed to licensing one murder to eve so many thousand persons even on petition of a majority of the prop erty owners in the block that we may have all the murder that is desirable in the community under wise regulations with a little in come for the municipality I be lieve in the absolute prohibition of murderThe of the country pro hibiting stealing do not prevent stealing Nevertheless I am op posed to a high license system of stealing providing that all theft shall be restricted to certain au thorized thieves who shall steal only between the hours of 6 a m and 1130 p m except on Sunday when no stealing shall be done except by stealth entrance to be made in all cases on that day by the back door and at the thiefs risk I believe in laws that absolutely forbid theft at any hour on any day of the week And on the same ground and just as positively do I be lieve in the prohibition of the liquor traffic And I never said- I didnt And I did say that I did And I do I dosay that thebest way to make a man a temperate man is to teach him not to drink But a saloon is not a kindergarten of sobriety Your town is under no obligation to any saloon All that it is in respectability and permanent prosperity it has grown to be without the assist ance of the liquor trafficIIf the saloon men insist on quoting me on this topic let them commit this to memory that they may repeat it a they need it do not know one good thing about the saloon It is an evil thing that has not one redeeming feat ure in its history to commend it to good men It breaks the laws of God and man it desecrates the Sabbath it profanes the name of religion it defiles pub lic order it tramples under foot the tenderest feelings of human ity it is a moral pestilence that blights the very atmosphere of town and country it is a stai upon honesty a blur upon purity a clog upon progress a check up on the nobler impulses it is an incentive to falsehood deceit and crime Bedford Register THE BASEBALL EDITOR Abase ball editor with relig ious tendencies originates the foe lowing The devil was the first coacher He coached Eve wheir N AaJ she stole first Adam stole sec ond When Isaac met Rebecca at the well she was walking with a pitcher Sampson struck out a good many times when he beau the Phillistines Cain made abase hit when he slew Abel Moses made the first run when he slew the Egyptians Jhe prod igal son made a home run Da= vid was along distance thrower but Moses shut out the Egyptians at the Red Sea The game was called when the flood came oii account of wet grounds t Life Is Embittered Life is too often embittered by the grievous pains and suffering caused by dyspepsia in one or other of its many forms No other disease covers such a wide range of symtons or causes such varied suffering to its victims Stom achache headache dizziness nausea biliousness constipation fever etc allure due to this one dreadful disease No wonder that thousands are so en t thusiastic over the cure of their dis ease by Dr Caldwells laxative Syr up Pepsin It is a most marvelous po tent and universal cure Try it Sold by DrJ N Page Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails COUGH IN HOGS Here is a question that is prob ably being worked over in the minds of a great many who raise hogs And we can say with general application of the state ment that when hogs cough they have worms This theb case it is necessary to look after a remedy fpr killing the worms for hogs will not thrive when wormy One of the best rem edies for worms is turpentine It should be fed in slop to alt hogs except sows that are preg nant A tablespoonful to a buck et of slop is a fair proportion and should be allowed to stand for an hour or two before feeding- it A thing that contributes much to the health of hogs is to keep plenty of ashes or cinders beforef them all the time At this sea son of the year the cobs from the corn which is onathe ear may be burned and char saltredshould be thrown on in sufficient amounts and it is also well to throw on some copperas At this time there isa great amount of disease abroad in t eJ landand the man who is most successful in curing it is the fel low who prevents it Regarding the prevention of disease there exI andceptfeeding quarters care about the amounts and time of feeding and keep the hogs free from lice mange and worms Ex Style and American Dressmaker has a breezy little figurein an outing suit on the front cover The magazine makes a most remarkable offer of aV complete Skirt Cutting System and a yaars subscription to the magazine for ii 175 There are many interesting and time Dressn r and an advertisement shows where this art is taught j The Style Article by Linda Ross Wade is instructive and interesing to every woman who cares for her personalap pearanceThe contains timely ideas and suggestions on preparing for the fall and winter wardrobe which cannot fail to be of interest to everyone who sews Sample copies 10 cents Subs rip tions 100 per yearrStyle and American Dressmaker 24r25 East 21st Streat New York Cits i j r 1 fI1 1 ttIt t4 afi JY 1t1 r 1rJ 4 rt jtI rrfrr1 tj 1 j t s u I I h t 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 1906 1oJ1 J it I ttjt WITH r7tiJtISp3wr ImportaInt otherwise as Report Pon ents COBURGJIv T BELCny THE PIKE riv 5j Through the courtesy of the News we again report from this section Mr A A Cowherd has some nice feeder cattle for sale Mr and Mrs J T Sublett vis ited the family of J Ed Rice o last Sund yjMiss Jane Kerr of Campbells ville is spending the week with Miss Mary Dulworth Coy Neigles and Lee White leave for Illinois next Monday where they contemplate making their future home iMrs Clemons motherinlaw of Chas Walls died at his home Tuesday She was past 70 years of age and had been in bad J t health for a number of years The Caney Fork beef company began butchering last Saturday J A Dulworth is the butcher He does the killing and dividing for the hide and tallow The Singing School at Gillead In charge of Prof Cabbell closed Wednesday night It is reliably reported that a new blacksmith shop will soon be startedup at Coburg Also that a new gristmill will be put in at that placeIOwen Stubbs merchant and post master will close out and reduce the number of stores to twoCarpenters began work on theJ new store building of R H Chris 3 tie at Haskinsville Monday It will be erected near the old store i and will have a floor capacity of 1800 square feet A 1arge crop of Winter oats has been spwn through this sec tion The acreage of wheat will 0e short the farmers claiming that if the millers can combine to keep the price of wheat to suit their Convenience they will be satisfied to raise only enough for home use Green county roads are not all that could be desired as ev idenced by the grunts of a trav eling man on his way from Camp Knox a few days since After inquiring the distance to Coburg he was told that he was yet two miles away Then said he is It all like this 1 Yes very near the same was the farmers reply Said she what can I do 1 My dinner is already down iIi my ankles He was told that this road had working once in five years This will give some idea of Green county roads yet property holders pay from 97 cents to 106 on the oae hundred dollars Mr J A Dulworth and broth ti er Will are the pioneer ginseng culturists of this section and s8bly of the State in the man t lier of cultivating it as nature foas fixed Their method is to go into the forest plant it and grow tit as it is formed in its natur- alstateIn this way they are not raefc fey such obstacles as soured 4 beds ahd unkilled plants and t Thvelede mi tablef r IfUO II i tiI v 8M 1y roots have the shape so much de sired by ginseng users and that particular flavor desired by them is obtained These growers have over four acres set in the plant and are adding more to their gar den each year Their harvest begins this year by digging their first years planting which at 6 per dried pound will produce 1500 worth per acre Their crop of seed this year will reach 1200000 which they claim will produce over half that many plants Rev WH C Sandtige will preach at the Christian church Mt Gillead the 4tH Sunday of this month Mr Taylor CaneyJFork who has just returned from a trip West is thinking of sellir g out and going there to live HATCHER Misses Clara Burdick and Mar Y Rucket have returned from Louisville after a two weeks visit to Rebecca McCullough Mr W 0 Miller of Roach yule has moved to his farm near here which he recently purchased of Mr J T Miller Mr and Mrs Samuel Miller entertained the young people of this place one evening last week Mr Joe Russell Jr of your city was assaulted at Merrimac last Tuesday Mr Russell has the sympathy of the people in general as it was an unwarranted attack on him Mr T C Prescott and family have removed to Hatcher Mr M M Linney Burgin was visiting relatives here last weekThe continuous wet weather is delaying the farmers in sowing wheat and cutting corn No wheat has been seeded up to pre sentMr J T Davis of Coburg and a Miss Chapman of Sum mersville were married last ThursdayThe are good for a large attendance at the Farmers Institute to be held at Campbells ville Oct 1st and 2nd MIDDLEBURG 4 Dick Young is cashier at the Farmers Deposit bank D A Thomas returned from Tennessee Tuesday where he had been talking up a new bank 0 L Wilson has bought the Diffee LiquidSoap right to this county and is operating at Liberty Mrs Morrison of Owsly coup ty is visiting her sister Mrs W G Miller on Lyn Street Rev J L Weeks of Ridgway Ill aformer pastor stopped over Sunday night and preached at the Baptist church He has changed but little since he left 16 yearsago WG Drye andJ FCash have bought the Diffee Liquid Soap right to Adair Russell and Cumber nd counties and will be 5 r t4 JUDGE H C BAKER J 0 RUSSELLJ President Board Trustees Secretary t- Columbia M F ugh School 5IST YEAR I PREPARES FOR BUSINESS TEACHING AND COLLEGE USIC DEPARTMENT In charge of C Fredric Ohlenmacher who as a Teacher of Music has no superiors and few equals in this section of the State I Competent Teachers in Every Department of School I Two Good Boarding Hom s orb ths College Campus in Charge of R W Shirley RATES REASONABLE Fall Term Began Monday Septmeber 3rd Enrole NOW Dr L Whitfield PrinJCOLUMBIA = = = = = = KENTUCKY IL d Lebanon Steam Laundry T REED MILLER COLUMBIA AGENTS FOR THIS SECTION This one of the Best an most Reliable Landries in the State If Send them your linen and the work will be promptly and neatly executed s S S W R Johnson Prop LEBANON KENTUCKY 1 t gin at once to operate the busi ness They are both hustling men and have a good busi ness So we predict for them complete The Senatorial race arid Dif fees Soap are the all absorb in Thegmale portion of our population discuss and Beckham while the women talk ornothing but Diffees The race for the nomination United States Senator is about the most one sided one I have ever seen Dem ocrats here have become disgust t ed with N B Hays and many think that McCreary is coupled with him in his attack on Gov Beckham and Senator McCreary has lost out here in consequence of it Made a HitI When Dr W B Caldwell the sage of Monticello first prescribed his great remedy for indigestion constipation and biliousness now known as Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin its suc cess was so great that it made an in stant hit Since then it has been used Nil over the world and has never failed- to duplicate its first successes Try it Sold by Dr JNPage Columbia Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails t k u iyJu r J i LOCAL BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL REUNION the earnest desire of every one lItis in the Baptist Sunday School to have a reunion of all old and young who ever attended the school at any time Invitations are be ing sent to many but it is almost imp possible for the committee to secure the names and address of all In the broadest and fullestsense an invitation is extended to every one whether you receive it in printed form or not I have TOO bushels ofold wheat same weevil jn it but makes good flour Will exchange flour for good wheat at Mill or at T G Rasners store Will give 37 pounds of flour ands 11 pounds of bran per bushel wile this lasts or will sell at wholesale for 180 or retail at 200 per hundred pounds Also have meal and ships tuff at the above places forsale 472t J S STAPP While the farmers are facing one of the largest yields of corn ever garner ed in this section pfthe state they are also experiencing more difficulty hi saying fodder For several days the runs have prevented the cutting of corn and much of it that was cut has been dam aged by the long wet spell Yandt day to the residence eritIyerected n ear the Columbia Mill Cot3hI f rt AIILI THE ART DPARTMENT Will be in Charge of Miss Sallie Baker recently a Student in the Art Academy of Cincinnati Mrs VERY A they success McCreary Soap John A Hobson Has For Sale 2 CARLOADS LIME AT 57 12 CENTS PER BARREL PRICES ON CEMENT MADE ON APPLICATION All Remenants of Wall Paper At Half Price TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL PATTERNS Greensburg Kentucky Buggies Wheat Drills Winter Oats and All Kinds of Seed For Sale J HPHELPS Jamestown Kentucky OZARK The singing at Concord Sunday was well attended Re entrains have been de structive to cord Mrs Nannie Cabbell of Dunn ville is visiting her mother Mrs Fanny White Mr Pascal Turpin and Miss Delno Phelps were united in agosLuther Maupin of Irvins Store has moved to this neighborhood Rev Thomas and wife are hold a meeting in Russell county this week- V if1t il Vr- I ct t AiT Devils Island Torture is no worse than the terrible case of Piles that afflicted me 10 years Then I was advised to apply Buchlens Arni permanentlyof Ruggles Ky Heals all wounds Burns and Sores like magic 25c at T E Paulls drugg- istWILMOR1 HOTEL 1 FintsUus Tabl Good Sample Rooms ff Feed Stab Reasoaable Rater W Mi WILMOIee 7 ROa Qrmdyville KentuckyIK cf