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T rI Rr e bit1Ii11 is D 1- i il tm i4 4 of i YL2 1f 0 VOLUME 9 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENT 13KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 1906 NUMBER 48 UNITED BRETHREN One of the Most Successful Meet lings in the History of the v Conference The Fortysecond Annual Kentucky Conference of United Brethren which met in the Presbyterian Church in this city last week was of the most successful meetings in the history of the Con ferenceBishop T C Carter of Chattanooga Tenn presided over the session and despatched business in a manner that was pleasing to all Rev I B Fisher of Louisville was elected Secretary The attendance of ministers and del egates was unusually large and reports from the various churches show that this denomination is in a very thriving condition The membership has been largely increased the Sunday Schools doing a great work and the church as a whole is rapidly forging to the front Throughout the session the pulpits were filled by able men and some very logical and eloquent sermons were delivered On Sunday Bishop T C Car ter filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian Church in the forenoon and at the Courthouse in the afternoon treating our people to two excellent discourses- D C W Musgrove preached at the M E Church Sunday morning and Rev 1 B Fisher atthe Presbyterian church in the evening The Conference passed resolutions in which they were very complimentary to Columbians for the manner in which they were entertained to the Presby terian Church for the use of their building and to the ministers of our town who rendered every assistance possible w From every viewpoint the meeting was a success and our people were de lighted at having the pleasure of entertaining the body and assure them of a hearty welcome if they should again select Columbia as a meeting place During a business session it was de cided to erect a church here Partic ulars will be found in another column Sunday morning W B Seymour was ordained an elder and given a pastorate in Hancock county Following is a list of assignments read out by the Bishop Sunday morn ing LOUISVILLE DISTRICT- V R GentryPresiding Elder LouisvilleI B Fisher Benview CircuitW B Seymour VictoriaDr C W Musgrove PaducahTo be supplied COLUMBIA DISTRICT A Whitten Presiding Elder EdmontonJ F Turner GlenvilleA J Melton AlbanyW J Etherton and wife LibertyT J Gibson GlasgowJ B Rasner Hadley Circuit Thomas Hadley Conference EvangeIi sW R Lynn and 0 B West Sunday School OrganizerC R Dean FAIR WARNING It is not desirable to place accounts in the hands of a Collection Agency neither is it desirable to have thousands of dollars accumulating on books and never paid Every person who takes a paper ought to pay for it and not force a publisher to beg for the pay 1 am tired of such methods and will put out several hundred of accounts unles s paid within a short time If you owe PromisesrI dont pay my accounts and not likely to square you on my books C S HARRIS MAKING GOOD IN CALIFORNIA f Mr Chester Collins youngest son of our townsman Mr Tim Collins hast r developed much skill in the use of car penters tools within the last tw rs- r i1Ji Jioi r 1 0t f5Jrc frst He writes his father from Oakland California in which he states that he gets 50 cents per hour No one who is acquainted with Chester doubts his ability to make money any where he directs his energy As a boy he was ever ready for a job as a man he is proving his ability hold a job AN LOUR WITH BACH Friday afternoon the M F Music al History class entertained the entire Musical Department with An Hour With Bach f Miss Elizabeth Hollady had the honor of reading the biography of the composer while a paper on the Interpre tation of the Works of John Sebastian Bach was beautifully read by Miss Margaret Todd Miss Alice Walker de lighted everyone with the C Minor Fan tasia so popular with all lovers of Bach Mr Ohlenmacher played in his usual style two Fugues one in C Minor and one inC Major This is the first of a series of entertainments s Mr Ohlenmacher has plan ned for his class All are anticipated with much pleas ure by every pupil NEW ROLLER MILL RUNNING Mr J S Stapp has been quite a while in getting his Roller Mill equippe- and adjusted to his notion but a few days ago he announced ready for busi ness As we understand it the Stapp Mill is thoroughly equipped for produc ing the very best results in the way o making highgrade mill products The time and money required in building and equipping this mill is no small mat ter and Mr Stapp is to be congratulated on putting in such a valuable an complete enterprise While not inside the corporate limits of Columbia yet it is within easy reach and will doubt less do a thrifty business from the yery start ELECTED ASSISTANT CASHIER At a meeting of the Board of Direc tors of the Bank of Columbia held last Tuesday Mr Thomas A Murrell was elected AssistantCashier Mr Murrell is a young man of unusual business qualifications and we feel that the bank could not have made a wiser selection For four years he served as County Judge of Adair county and since the ex piration of his term of office he has been very successful in the insurance field Mr Murrell has a host of friends throughout Adair and adjoining counties who vtfll be glad to learn of his selec tion to this position LAST NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS 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 will immediately issue a warrant and place with me for immediate Col colito the 6 per cent penalty which is to be collected on all Taxes unpaidon above date This also draws 6 per cent 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 REGISTRATION The registration in Columbia last Tuesday gives the following figures r r EAST COLUMBIADemocrats 54 Re publicans 35 Independents 4 Prohibition WEST COLMBiA Democrates 40 Re publicans 34 Independents 7 Prohibi tion 1 Voters who were absent from home on registration day or who were prevented from registering by illness may register tat thesupplimented registrtiont iFarmers Institute November 12 and 13th J 1 r rd l NEW CHURCH FOR COLUMBIA The pnited Brethren Will Erect a Modern Church Sere in the Near Future Sunday afternoon after an able dis course at the Courthouse Bishop T G Carter Chattenooga Tenn anneunc ed that his church had purchased lot on Jamestown street in the Motgomery ad dition for 150 and would erect a modern structure at an early date He asked that the citizens of Columbia donate 100 toward payment for lot and in a few minutes the entire cost price of lot was subscribed and 120 with which to start the building The location for the new church is a splendid one situated on the hill over looking the city and on the only street where there is no building of this kind ENTERTAINS COLUMBIA BAND t ThisWednesday evening the young men who compose the Columbia Band will be royally entertained by the management of the Columbia Hotel the proprietors desiring to compliment the seasondsupper nothing will be left undone to make the occasion enjoyable The band has been organized about one year and to say itfseason music for three fairs a number of picnics etc and have given satisfaction upon every occasion Much credit thedway an unusually clever gentleman who has labored faith fully to bring the band to its present high standard ADRifT ON OCEAN FOR TWO DAYS R A Walford Escapes Death by Clinging to Driftwood and Washed Ashor Mrs E G Atkins of this city re ceived a letter from Pensacola Fla last week stating that her brother Mr R A Walford who is employed at the Government Quarantine Station off the coast from Pensacola had a very narrow escape from death during the recent storm on the Gulf coast The Quaran tine Island was completely submerged and for two days and one night Mr Walford only escaped death by clinging to the roof and bits of dritwood until he was finally washed ashore Mrs Alice Herman Mrs Annie Thorp and Mr George Walford sisters and brother to Mrs Atkins who reside in the same town were fortunate in escaping with out any injury to themselves or loss of propertyJ DAVENPORTS PRIVATE ZOO i It was recently announced that Homer Davenport the cartoonist has returned from abroad with the largest and finest collection of Arabian horses ever shipped to America There are twenty seven splendid steeds in the above col lection and they represent a little side issue to Davenports trip tb Turkey and Arabia where he went to write and il Ilustrate a series of urticles for the Womans Home Companion Daven ports great admiration for horses is lnotgenerally known nor the fact that zoo of wild fowl and animals near Morris Plains New Jersey The cartoonists firsthand impressions of the Sultan and his people should make interesting reading 1YThe Fiscal Court was in session last weekandmoetof the time w ens in idjustingchina The fai that yr f p flZJ J u jEIi V r lJIi t t i f f I ff f 1roJt 7P withfheexception chase bloodhounds and it was knocked sit by a majority of 2 toThe road building proposition did not come to the front and the question of building bridges was carried over until the April meeting The Fiscal Court defeated the proposition to buy and keep a pair of well trained bloodhounds Mr T C Davidson Deputy Sheriff offered to keep the dogs without expense to the coun ty While dogs are not accepted as evidence yet they would be of great value in preventing crime as wellasw catching criminalsljfcln our judgment it was a mistake when the proposition was defeated TWO COUPLES WED Mr G P Burress and Miss Mattie Reynolds Mr S Reigherds And Miss Mattie Montgomery j i REYNOLDS BURRESS This Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock at the residence of the brides father Mr J H Reynolds near Vester Miss Mattie Reynolds and Mr GaP Burress will be united in marriage The ceremony will be pro nounced by Rev John Rice and will be witnessed by only a few friends and relatives Immediately after the cere mony the bridal party will repair to the Columbia Hotel where an elegant sup per will be served The bride is a handsome and accom plished daughter of Mr J H Reynolds of Vester this county and is quite popular in that section Mr Burress isa native of Taylor county but for a number of years has been engaged in the lumber business in Adair being connected at present with the Hugh McLean Lumber Co of Buf falo N Y Pat is a young man of sterling integrity and has made a host of warm friends during his stay in our communityWe many friends of this cou ple in extending congratulation and wishing them a happy and successful journey on lifes highway MONTGOMERYREIGHARD Miss Mattie Montgomery of near Columbia and Mr Samuel Reighard of Troy Ohio will be married this Wednesday morning at nine oclock at the residence of Mr R S Todd the Rev A R Kasey officiating It is the intention of the contracting parties to have a quiet home wedding witnessed by only relatives and friends Miss Montgomery is a very popular young lady possessing a lovable dispo sition a true Christian character and is indeed well fitted for the new duties she will assume Mr Reighard is in the Transfer busi ness in Ohio and comes well recom mended as a very excellent gentleman KELVIN BUTLER KILLED Melvin Butler who was shot by Ze rella Schmitt in a pistol duel Monday night in the saloon at 227 Seventeenth Street Louisville died at the Norton Infirmary Wednesday evening at 940 oclockThe affair came up over a remark made by a woman who lived with Schmitts family to Butlers child Later Schmitt and Butler met in the saloon with the result as above stated Butler was a native of Adair his wife being a daughter of Jo JuddFor a number of years he has made his home in Louisville and was sent to the penitentiary from there charged with the mufder of John McCoy In 1891 Butler was granted a pardon and since thai time acc rdingtothe Louisville has never jbeeh in any trouble jJftf r cf d t 1 i J i l 1 1 REAL ESTATE DEALS Mr J0 Russell Purchases the Isenburg Property and will l Erect a Handsome Busi ness House Mr J O Russell purchased the Isen berg corner from Messers Tutt and Beard last Monday evenng for a con sideration of 3250 It is the intention of Mr Russell to remove the old structure and erect in its place a handsome and modern stonebuilding This is one of the best locations in Columbia for a business house and the purchaser will erect a structure which will be an honor to the town The same party purchased a lot on the northeast side of the public square from the Salle heirs and willerect thereon a building to be used as a postoffice PURCHASED STEWART PROPERTY Last week tr Sam H Mitchell of Bliss purchased of Miss Sallie Stewart the farm on which she resides Mr Mitchell gets the entire tract except ing forty acres of woodland adjoining W L Walkers farm paying therefor 3000 We are glad to learn that this clever gentleman and his Estimable family will remove to our town and predict that Mr Mitchell will take the front rank with our city farmers The large livery barn and lot near the public square was purchased by Allen Walker Co this Tuesday morning from J B Barbee for 3600 Mr Payne of the firm of Allen Walker Co informs us that his firm has made no arrangements as to what this prop eroy will be used for L B Hurt bought an unfinished cottage and lot on Boomer Heights from H C Wolford paying 420 Mr Hurt- will complete the building in the near future Mr S D Barbee sold a lot contain ing two acres adjoining the old Trip lett homestead to Mr B F Chewning for 350 OUR UNPARALLELED OFFER Written for the Adair County News For the next 30 days every maiden lady claiming to be over 29 years of age sending us a correct written solution of the following rebus with one dollar in Confederate currency issued prior to the year 1816 to pay for mailing and pack ing will receive by return mail secure y packed and free from inspection one genuine diamond newnothing to wear around her wrisyfIf u r a married man Read this rebus if u can A ur1ur2uraw if12ubu- cancu2r3 Address J T JONES Montpelier Ky FISCAL COURT ELECTIONS H f At the session of the Adair Fiscal Court held last week the following elections were made For poorhouse keeper Henry Janes of BreedingFor supervisor Jo N Conover was reelected and the salary fixed at 300 Mr M Cravens was elected a mem ber of the Committee on theBoardof Health BIG LOSS IN CORN r It was reported last week that an unprecedented rain on Pitman creek Green county had caused the loss of ten thousand barrels of corn Water stood for several dayaoverthe corn As a result of the overflow an unusual demand for hogs to turn into the wet bottoms has been created and inltii f way a part of it will besaved t1 j faT I 6 f rF Jl1iil Ti N t o JJ t gijj r R L Snow and family moved last Friday to BuTiside where they will re main and Bob will go into the whole sale grocery business with a firm already established at that place and Finis Baker has moved into his residence here which was vacated by Mr Snow and Mr Robert Rowe our merchant and postmaster has moved from his farm above here into the George Brockman propertyCumberland Coun tyNews Mrs Mumcilla Scholl an aged and highly respected woman of Jamestownr died last Wednesday October 3rd Mrs Scholl had been in delicate health for a number of years and her death was riot unexpected She was a consistent mem ber of the Christian church and much beloved in the community where she re sided Several children and quite a number of relatives survive herf W L GRADY A WINNER AT CELINA Ills Peacocks and R L Smiths Two Mares Captured Twenty six Out of Thirty Shows Mr W L Grady of Gradyville and R L Smith of this place returned from Celina Tenn Monday where they had been attending the Clay coun ty Fair They report an excellent show of stock but the attendance was light The Association will probably pull even The Adair county men made thirty shows and were awarded twentysix blue ties and four seconds In a num ber of rings where they had two or more entries they won second money In the 75 dollar saddle stake they won first second and third and in the roadster class won first money on Bir ly Dodd Mr R L Smith won the gentlemans riding ring against a field of nine PAID LIST v The News Honor Roll Is Your Name Written There W T Irvine J V Willis Mrs S H Pile S H Fisher GW Coffey J W Murray Ed Franklin J W Town send John Parson Jack Morgan G A Young W F Guy S C Mackin Con over Bros Dr J T Jones Mrs Mary McKinsey L L Scott Jo Leftwich Dr D C D9nan A J Bridgwaters John Hughes M W Wade S M Morgan Bro Mrs J C Hutchinson 0 C Collins D B Dowell J D Eu bank J E Davenport W A Biggs J E Mitchell Gus Jeffries J H Shir ley Mrs Henry Farlee Mrs W G Conover Ethalana Turner Eld J T Williams W Ga Smith W C Ru barts BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL REUNION The Reunion of the Baptist Sunday School last Sunday brought out many of the old members who renewed their vows for regular attendance The pro gram Consisted of songs by the school addresses by some ot the older members and recitations by Misses Mary D Pat teson and Francis Garnett Both recit ing impressive pieces in a most entertaining manner The Reunion was all that could be expected and gave ev idence of renewed interest There were t nearly 100 present fM BERKSHIRE HOGS FOR SALE f I have only 2 Berkshire fpe now left for sale Those asking me to save iIthem one had better come at once fort the first man gets choice lJoInS A HARRIS COLUMBIA I The cwt drills will all be in use this wiiiit1 Jttffh 1 L C ti 1 I r cr t r c r r f 4I t C 4v dI 1 it 1bt i t fc f iF 11ijJt 4r I t y f 1 t tl t li etAI11 rt 1 J I j i YOIAUME 9 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTK WEDNESDAT OCTOBER 10 1906 DUMBER 48 t fllpflhe MostSuccessful MeW i in the History of ther pX 5 Conference tOs VY A v iTh Forty ecold Annual Kentucky Conferenceof United rethren whICh met iiit Presbyterian Church in this citylast week was of the mSst success fid meetings in the history of the Con ference Bishop T C Carter of Chattanooga Tenn presided over the session and e despatched business in a manner that was pleasing to alL Rev I B Fisher Louisville was elected Secretary V The attendance ofministers and del egates was unusually large and reports from the various churches show that this denomination is inva very thriving t r condition The membership has been largely increased the Sunday Schools doing a great work and the church as 1 a whole is rapidly forging to the front throughout the session the pulpits w refilled by able men and some very logical and eloquent sermons w redelivered On Sunday Bishop T C Carter filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian Church in the forenoon and at the r Courthouse in the afternoon treating t L our people to two excellent discourses D C W Musgrove preached at theM 4E Church Sunday morning and Rev 1 B Fisher atthe Presbyterian church in F the evening The Conferencepassedrcfsolutionsin which they were very complimentary to Columbians for the manner in which they were entertained to the Presby terian Church for the use of their building and to the minister of our town who rendered every assistance possible From every viewpoint the meeting was a success and our people were delighted at having the pleasure of entertaining the body and assure them of a hearty welcome if they should again select Columbia as a meeting place During a business session it was de cided to erect a church here Partic fa3aMars will be found in another column sSiday morning W B Seymour was ordaSned an elder and given a pastorate in Hancock county Following is a list of assignments read put by the Bishop Sunday mprn ing LOUISVILLE DISTRICT W R GentryPresiding Elde- rLouisvilleI B Fisher Benview Cir uitW B Seymour Victoria Dr C W Musgrove 7 Paducah To be supplied COLUMBIA DISTRICT f A Whitteri Presiding Elder j Edmonton J F Turner G1ehvi11eA J Melton f v AlbanyW J Etherton and wif- eLibertyT3 Gibson Glasgow JB Rasner 0 Hadley CircuitThomasHaaley Conference Evangelists WR Lynn andO B West Sunday School Organizer C R Dean FAIR WARNING r 1 I1dtdesirable to place accounts in the hands of a Collection Agency neither is it desirable to have thousands oi dollars accumulating on books and never paid Every person who takes a paper ought to pay for it and not X I forced publisher beg for the pay 1 jtm tired of slich methods and will put out several hundred of accounts unless r paid Within a short time If you owe for your paper come and pay Promises don pay my accounts and not likely to a fareyou on my books 4 C it HARRIS BAKING GOOD IN CALIFORNIA I Mr Chester oll ly gtim of our townsman lAr Tim Collins has tdYe jtU9hlkilliD the usepf car len1ji tools within the last twj rs j MJ P f t e rJr Jr Jvr4j t HI2 tliHHll r 1 y f J 1 1 H4 writes his father from Oakland California jn which he states that h- gits5O cents per ho rNri one who acquintedwith Chester ubts his abil ity to make money any where h directs hisenergy As a boy hewas ever ready for a job as a man he is proyihg his ability toehold agpb AN HOUR WITH BACH Friday af terriopnthe M F Music al History class entertained the entire Musical Department ithiAn Hour With Bach v Miss Elizabeth Hollady had the honor of reading the biography of the com poser while a paper on the Interpretation of the Works of John Sebastian Bach was beautifully read by Miss Margaret Todd Miss Alice Walker delighted everyone with the C Minor Fan tasia so popular with all lovers of Bach Mr Ohlenmacher played in his usual J style two Fugues one in C Minor and one in4C Major This is the first of a series of enter tainments Mr Ohlenma her has plan ned for his class All are anticipated with much pleasure by every pupil I NEW ROLLER MILL RUNNING MrJ S Stapp has been quite awhile in getting his Roller Mill equipped and adjusted to his notion buta few days ago he announced ready for busi I SsAs we understand it the Stapp Mill is thoroughly equipped for produc ing the vary best results in the wayof making highgrade mill products The time and money required in building and equipping this mill is no small matter v and Mr Stapp is to be congratu- iatedon putting in such a valuable and complete enterprise While not inside the corporate limits of Columbia yet it is within easy reachand will doubt less do a thrifty business from the yery t start ELECTED ASSISTANT CASHIER At a meeting of the Board of Direc tors of the Bank of Columbia held last Tuesday Mr ThomasA Murrell was elected AssistantCashier Mr Murrell t is a young man of unusual business qualifications and we feel that the bank could not have made a wiser selection For four years he served as County Judge of Adair county and since the ex piration of his term of office he has been very successful in the insurance field Mr Murrell has a host of friends throughout Adair and adjoining counties who will be glad to learn of his selection to this position LAST NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Remember thatall 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 will immediately issue a warrant and place with me for immediate Collection The cost of same is to be co- llectedfrom ttfe Taxpayer in addition to the 6 per centpenalty which is to be collected on all Taxes unpaid on above d teCThis also draws 6 Percent interest in addition I trust that very Taxpayer will heed this notice and save the trouble and cost of this kind of collection WB Patteson Sheriff 47tf REGISTRATION V I rsThe registration in Columbia last Tuesdayygives the following figures i EAST COLUMBIA DeI rats54 Re phblicans 35 Independents 4 Prohibi tipn74V v WEST CoLMBiA Democrates 40 Republicans 34i Independents 7 Prohibition 1 Voters who were absent from home bn registration day or who were wpre V Yentedfroni registering by illneiw may registerjat th supplimentedregistr1iont r Farmers Institute November rlzitiod 13thi v v vfj al tr Lp jsJgCC I i1 L o 1X NEiCHlJlfGH FOR COLUMBIA i ThcUnitcd Brethren Will Erects v Modern Church Here iir I v the Near Future Sunday afternoon after an able cite course at the Courthouse Bishop T Gu Carter ofChattenooga Tenn anirounc ed that his church had purchased a lot on Jamestown street in the Motgomery addition for 150 and would erect a modern structure at an early date He asked that the citizens of CoJuniEia donate 100 toward payment for lot and in a few minutes the entire cost price of lot was subscribed and 120 with which to starE the building The location for the new church isa splendid one situated on the hill overlooking the city and on the only strept where there is no building of this kind ENTERTAINS COLUMBIA BAND c ThisI Wednesday evening the young men who compose the Columbia Band will beroyally entertained by the management ofthe Columbia Hotel the I proprietors desiring to compliment the Hysontheir excellent work this season Aii e egan supper be served and nothing will be left undone to make the occasion enjoyable The band has been- organized about one year and to saY they have been successful is putting k mildly This season they have made music for three fairs a number of pic nics etc and have given satisfaction iipon every occasion Much credit should be given Mr Geo W Lowe the Instructor and by the way an unusually clever gentleman who has labored aith fully to bring the band to its present high standard ADRIFT ON OCEAN- fOR TWO DAYS R A Walford Escapes Death by Clinging to Driftwoodand Washed Ashor Mrs E G Atkins of this cityre= ceived a letter from Pensacola Fla last week stating that her brother Mr R A Walford who is employed at the Government Quarantine Station off the coast from Pensacola had a very narrow escapefrom death during the recent storm on the Gulf coast The QUaran tine Island was completely submerged and for two days and one night Mr Walford only escaped death by clinging to the roof and bits of dritwood until he was fijnally washed ashore Mrs Alice Herman Mrs Annie Thorp and Mr George Walford sisters and brother toMrs Atkins who reside in the same town were fortunate in escaping without l any injury to themselves or loss of property t DAVENPORTS PRIVATE ZOOl I It was recently announced thatHom r Dav nportthe cartoonist has returned from abroad with the largest and finest collection of Arabian horses ever snip ped to America There are twenty seven spleidsteedsinthe above col lection and they represent a little side issue to Davenports trip Turkey andj Arabia where he went to write and ilustratea series of articles for the Womans Home Companion Davcny portS great admiration for horses is not enerally known nor the fact that he owns a regular zoq pf wild fowl and animals nearMorris Plains New Jersey The cartc nists1irsthand impressions of the Sultan and his people iould mdke inter ting readingS t p The Fiscal Court was ibISHS ion 1it- weekaad mtottbi tiM w ri J4inidjlti c1i0dgh J tti c 4fl ff f it tt r f re j iL- i J j f 90 r1jy 4 tJiJ 1 t fT J Jr Jiijew business was introduced with exception of the prbposition to pur lase bloodhounds and itwas knocked it majorityof2to 1 The bra road1 U proposition did not come front land the stion of building APrilImeetmg The Fiscal Court defeat the propo sitknto buy andkeep a pair of W ell trained bloodhounds Mr TC Dav Iidson Deputy Sheriff offered to keep the dogs without expense to the coun ty While dogs are not accepted asI evidence yet they would be of ygreat value in preventing crime as well as catching criminalsjln our judgment it wasa mistake when the proposition was defeated i TWO COUPLES WED MrG P1 Burress and Miss Mattie Reynolds MrS Reigherds And Miss Mattie Montgomery J J jREYNOLDSBURRESS 121 ohI TpirWednesdayafternoon at 4 clock at the residence of the brides father Mr J H Reynolds near Vesterf Miss Mattie Reynolds and Mr1G P Burress will be united in marriage The ceremony will bepro nounced by Rev John Rice and will be wibieased by only a few mends and relatives Immediately after the ceremony t the bridal party will repair to the Columbia Hotel where an elegant sup per will be served The bride is a handsome and accom pushed daughter of Mr J H Reynolds of Vester this county and is quite popular in that section Mr Burress is a nativeof Taylor county butfor a number of years has been engaged in the lumber business in Adair being connected at present with the Hugh McLean Lumber Co of Buf falo N Y Pat is a young man of sterling integrity and has made a host of warm friends during his stay in our community We join the many friends of this cou pIe in extending congratulation and wishing them a happy and successful jourheyon lifes highway MONTGOMERY REIGHARD I Miss Mattie Montgomery of hear Columbia and Mr Samuel Reighard of Troy Ohio will be married this- Wednesday morning at nine oclock at the residence of Mr R S Todd the Rev A R Kasey officiating It is the intention of the contracting parties to have a quiet home wedding witnessed by only relatives and friendsIMiss Montgomery is a very popular young lady possessing lovable dispo sition a true Christian character and is indeed well fitted for the new duties she will assume Hr Reighard is in the Transfer busi ness in Ohio and comes well recom mended as a very excellent gentleman MELVIN BUTLERKILLEDJ 1 IVielvin Butler who was shot by Ze rella Schmitt in a pistol duel Monday night in tHE saloon at 227 Seventeenth Street Louisville died at the Norton Infirmary Wednesday eveningat 94ft oclock t The affair came up over a remark made by i woman who 4iyed with Schmitts family to feutlerTs child Later Schmitt and Butler met in the tsaloon with the result as above stated Butler was a native of Adair hfs wife being a daughter of Jo Judd For 4 number of years he jias made his- homeinLouisville arid was sent to the penifeentiaryfrom there barged with tnrauert f John McCoy vIn 1891 Butl E rwas gramtedi a piirdaQand tha time according jto the Lojilaville pas has oub- leuWthront 1 iit 0 P t4 iW 1 1 f l tl f REAL ESTATE DEALS Mr J 0 Russell Purchases the Jsenburg Property and will Erect a Handsome Busi V ness House H Mr J 0 Russell purchased the Isen berg corner from Messers Tutt and Beard last Monday evenng for a consideration of 3250 It is the intention of Mr Russell to remove the old struct tire and erect in its place a handsome and modern stonebuilding This is one of the best locations in Columbia for a business house and the purchaserwill erect a structure which will be an honor to the town The same party purchased a lot on the northeast side of the public square from the Salle heirs and will erect thereon a building to be used- as a postoffice PURCHASED STEWART PROPERTY Last wekTr Sam H Mitchell of Bliss purchased of Miss Sallie Stewart the farm on whidh she resides Mri Mitchell gets the entiretract except ing forty acres of woodland adjoining W L Walkers farm paying therefor 3000 We are glad to learn that this clever gentleman and his estimable family will remove to our toWn and predict that Mr Mitchell will take the front rank with bur city farmers The large livery barn and lot near the public square was purchased by Allen Walker Co this Tuesday morning from J B Barbee for 3600 Mr Payne of the firm of Allen Walker Co informs us that his firm has made no arrangements as to what this prop eroy will be usedfor L B Hut bought an unfinished cottage and lot on Boomer Heights from HC Wolford paying 420 Mr Hurt will complete the building in the near future Mr S D Barbee sold a lot containing two acres adjoining the old Trip ltt homestead toMrB F Chewning for 350 l- OUR UNPARALLELED OFFER Written for the Adair County News For the next 30 days avery maiden lady claiming to be over 29 years of age sending us a correct written solution of the following rebus with one dollar in Confederate currency issued prior to the year 1816 to pay for mailing and pack ing will receive by return mail secure y packed and free from inspection one genuine diamond newpothing to wear around her wrist If u r a married man- Readthis rebus if u can ur1ur2- S r urav ifl2ubu caneu2r3A- ddres JT JONES Montpelier Ky FISCAL CoURT ELECTIONS i At the sessidn of the xAdair Fiscal Court held last week thp following elections were made t For poorhouse keeper Henry Janes ofBreeding For road supervisor Jo NlI Cpnoyer was reelected and the salary fixed at 300 1 Mr M Ciavnswas elected mem ber of the dommittee6n th Board of- Health y V BIGLOSSINCORN 4 i It was reported last week that an uriprecedented rain on Eitmian creek Green countyhad caused the loss often thousandbarrels of corn Water ltaorseveral days pVer the corn As U jrefiult vfQte ovsdlow an unusual Demand for hogs jp turn into tKB t ti been crtMitedand ir way tttit will 7 rI 4 fti Ic iil JfJ il i t 4I 3 h 1 Ib= 9A r J H L Snow and family moved last Friday to BuTiside where they will re main and Bob willgo into the whole sale grocery business with a firm al ready established at that place and ifFinis Baker has moved into his residence here which was vacated by Mr Snow and Mr Robert Rowe our merchant and postmaster has moved from his farm above here into the Georg- eBrockmanpropertyCuniberland Coun tyNews Mrs Mumcilla Scholl an aged and highly respected woman of Jamestown died last Wednesday October 3rd Mrs Scholl had been in delicate health for a number of years and her death was not unexpected She was consistent member of the Christian church and much beloved in the community where she re sided Several children and quite a number of relatives survive h rf W L GRADY A WINNER AT CELINA Ills Peacocks and R L Smiths I TwMaresCaptured Twenty six Out of Thirty Shows Mr WooL Grady of Gradyville and R L Smith of this place returned from Celina Tenn Monday where they had been attending the Clay coU- nty Fair They report an excellent show of stock but the attendance was light The Association will probably I pull even The Adair county men made thirtY shows and were awarded twentysix blue ties and four seconds In a num ber of rings where they had two or more entries they won second money In the 75 dollar saddle stake theyrwon first second and third and in the roadster class won first money on Bil ly Dodd JJMr R L Smith won the gentlemans riding ring against a fieldr of nine PAID LIST i the News Honor Roll IsXqur Name Written There W T Irvine J V Willis Mrs S H Pile S H Fisher G Woo Coffey J W Murray Ed Franklin J W Town send John Parson Jack Morgan G A Young W F Guy S C Mackin Con over Bros Dr J T Jones Mrs Mary McKinsey L L Scott Jo Leftwich Dr D C D nan A J Bridgwaters i John Hughes MW Wade S MY Morgan Bro Mrs J C Hutchinson 0 C Collins D B Dowell J D Eur bank J E Davenport W A Biggs J E Mitchell Gus Jeffries JH Shir ley Mrs Henry Farlee Mrs WGl Conover Ethalana Turner Eld J Tir Williams W G Smith W C Rat bartsIBAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL REUNIONS The Reunion of the Baptist Sunday School last Sunday brought out many of the old members who renewed their vows for regular attendance The program consisted of songs by the school l addresses by some otthe older members t f7 and recitations by Misses Mary DPat 1 teson and Francis Garnett Both recit f ing impressive pieces in a most enterj taining manner The Reunion was alli that could be expected and gave ey4J idencfe of renewed interest There lere i+ v nearly 100 present tt BEKKSHIREHOCS FOR SALE r lAi j I have onlY 2 Berkhire s nowl f I l ioea1 Those aakBg ineto saYe theniciie had better come at once 11 the first man gets choice HzxIzCoMBLk- rle iof rjdm5 tdrilIwflt1ailb ia uae tiiisw c t r O i51 TSt 7 t Err 1 IW a Y r f r ti t Jt1 drC1 tr t J tiiIt r zvi1 4 6 rA L r1 fY t 4l lrr- I a I jf Jltry i 4 t tt 1 If 1J Il r5 f r t iJtI1IJ i I k l D t t i tai l t S t ih t inlfr I t jfr tTHE ADAIRC UNTYfNEWS COLUMBIA KY QCT013ER 11 1g1Fts i i j L JTi TIONIMEN j4 Nebraskan Pratt1cait Reads Them r Out of the Democratic Party J t Lincoln Neb Sept 20 lii a signed editorial which will ap ear in the forthcoming issue o bus Commoner W J Bryan gives j tounsel to Democrats who believe as he does He says the party tmust be in harmony and sympa a thy with the people Mr Bryan vdeclares trusts to be the dominat- Ing issueand practically reads out of the party all those finan 4 cially connected with a corpora j tin saying No man who is financially connected with a corporation that is seeking privileges ought to act asa member of a political organization because he can not represent his corporation and the l people at the same time lie can not serve the party while he is seeking to promote the financial interests of the corporation with which he is connected This may be accepted as ax iomatic It is the statement of an oldfashioned truth which none can dispute It is simply a paraphrase of the Bible declara tion that no man can serve two mre t e Democratic organization free I rfromtaint of corporate control I vtfltarge you to present this matter to your neighbors Doubtless there are mar y corporationssome Democrats connected with these of them of iicially who would put the good of the party above the interests of their corporations but such men know enough about human r nature to know how impossi 1 r V itis to convince the ublic of th jclisinterestedness in the party s success they will not thrust the V selves upon the partv in ah offic way or even allow themselves be persuaded to become officers of the party organizationgo f Believeing that you earnestly desire a real Democratic victory a victory which instead of being barren of fruit will bring relief fto the people and establish the i party in public confidence for years I take the liberty of pre r enting these suggestions to you If you wish your church to L prosper keep it clean See that i the plank walk leading to it is 1 l safe and pleasant to walk over S Je sure to fill the stove with fuel and your minister with food s X Give what you give without ft grumbling growling and gru I i gThe Lord loves a cheer- er1f giv The giver who worms jv and squirms and hangs unto a dune till jt is hot don t get va wShat he funyel i a 4 Give food Give labor G- i Bestfand that is useful when you give give it and let it go Give r i kind words Give help to those i yora dell Give sunshine to your andJ v ve all to your h me o Y9ur wife tWPl jui wmi0i l YfHll jOJ1 OWol give hat r nt m thou hfS htcTanot car and altl ll1VitJtinlourga rEX J u f h FOR AND BOUT WOMEN r1Inihisand particularly women are prone to look for trouble The content themselves with the pre sent but must ever be searching for the heavy burden of tomor folkfs as it might help them to knock off that loa which presses s6 heavily upon them r Make a little fence of trust around today Fill the space withliving works and therein stay Look not through the sheltering bars on tomorrowr wGcdof joy or sorrow And take heart from them No trouble no misfortune riG grief is so formidable when it is faced it is when ft shows afar in the distance that we are apt to ex aggerate its greatness and its power for evil Particularly does the mother of a large family perhaps Herself even the only breadwinner need to comfort herself with those grand words Take no heed tomorrow t It may come laden with troub and care and if sothey must be bravely faced But it may al soBe ushered in by glorious sun shineunshadowed by a care Besides being very unwise this constant search for future mi fortunes is very ungrateful We are given the present time to live in lo make muchof to utilize its every moment to the best advantage and there is no time allowed in which we can look for troubles and cares ahead The evils that never occur The sorrows we anticipate that roll away The sleepless nights we suffered thinking of coming toitjadtoY en= joy its every pleasure to the full and happiness shall be yours Those are true words and should be taken to heart by every thinking woman No one caresfor the company ofe pessimist the gloomy prognosticator of future evils The woman who is content to leave all what may befall her in dim uncertainty just accomplishing her daily task and taking one who should be emulated and fol lowed Worrying over future cares brings pn old age wrinkles and banishes the joy of hpea ad youth v ntBe more like little children mornful Qg th the great ser mon Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereofwill not have been preached in vain and lifes burdens r will not appear so heavy I EveestoThere are always little outof the way patches where you wo ild like to j lant something to grow feed for the chickens and it is a question what to Pant Why notI ytry Kaffir cornrit will grow anywhere fbn any kin l pf land nawiIlznJike a big crppr ofI mighty good chick en deed iRlanf lth white seeded variety in lulM or drills aba itas thick as co mmon Ifiitoprli1 e hiickerA uart itSj5 JM 4t p SS LTiiii T will plant a quarter of an acre or more Tend it just like corn t the seed heads offin the fall and pile up in a dry placer Feed andYJettheni worry it around and scratch the seed out Sunflowers can be grown the samewa y The big heads Qf the RussianS sunflower make lots of seed They are easily grown and should be tended like corn DONTS FOR THE BUSINESS WOMAN Dont bring your home troubles to the office and air them there Dont criticize those who work you or those for whom you work Don t be late to your work and then expect consideration be cause you are a woman Dont wear overtrimmed aid fussy clothes Wear plain clothes with appropriate blouses Don t try to be mannish either f in dress or manner The mannish business woman is out ofr fashion fortunately Dont inkIe ofdabe exceed Ylethose about you Dont expect to be treated as if you were in society You are probably doing the work that mansO in small ways you are not consideredas much as you are at home remember that you are in business Ex enICourtesy to women young and old should be a part of ever boys home Without it toheselfish and a rude overbearing brother and sopn is in danger of developing into an exacting dis courteous husband He will be a sort of despot that feels his ersonal comfort should be th- hiefc aim of his wifes life A elayed dinner is an unforgiv j offense and a missing but ton brings on an acute attack of that disagreeable mental disor der known as the sulks Ex r fjIt is impossible for woman to be awkward in her walk ifI she walks straight and keeps her knees stiff The act of swinging the feet out gives one a graceful gait Walk slowly Skirts windr around your calves when Y walk rapidly and all semblance of grace is lost Walk in leis urely manner as if you were a Princess not a hurried worried overworked woman Dont swing your shoulders V Dont ng your arms Dont twist yourself in sinuous motions Donyt contort Don t wriggleI t Hold your chin in This is the most important thing of all aEDct reare no ld persons in these days Touch the ground first with the balls of your feet with the he stnkiiig an instant later i Learn also how to be seated Dorifc sitwith yoxciothesiwoundjj around r9U r 4Don t Sit on the raggeH a edgli pf clan sbe seated iarel says Homer bC fiat- willAn ung aces walk spir the most eel ant ownthat th dresamakerartcande StiN rZt 1itr i Zii Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it im parts vigor andenergy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5C r SAMUEL WAS ALL IN Thfe misister of sa negro church in Richmond gaveouta funeral notice one Sunday as follows- I have to annouce to you bredren and sisters dat de fun eral of de only suryivin son of delate Thomas Pinkers an his widow Martha Jane Pinkers bothdeceased will take place come to occiirence on Tues y next at 12 m noon precisely An I have to say bredren and sisters dat contributions for car fyin out dat funeral will be in order an acceptations or else de funeral cant take place excejj tin and save only as ap lain bur ial fo Samuel Pinkers has jes money enough to bury himself without any obsequious ceremo nies such as he deserves I Family Skeleton Many a persons family skeleton is inheritYcareless ancestors The skele n can be laid to rest by Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin Better to do so at once otherwise it will dog you daily and keep you in constant misery and in danger from worse complications Syrup Pepsin is a specific for indigestion constipation headache and bilious ness Try it Sold by Dr JN Page GaneBit failsj t FbRGEL I Forget rtihe faults6f other peo p 1rForget as many disagreeable as you can Fotget your enemies and re member your friends 1 Forget all gossip as soon as you hear it or before Forget doubts and fears and remember hopes and faiths c Ioremember your successes Forget the pinpricks slights trivial offenses incident to all lifei I Forget to do anyone an injury but remember to do everyone a kindness Forget the evil people of histo ry and remember the good ones who have made theworld better Forget all bitterness cynicism misanthropy and remember kinkiness philanthropy and help afulnessForget whatever uncleann ss ouhave d seen or heard and elsremember purity chastity and goodness vv 7 Lucky Postmistress i Mrs Alexander of Gary JuTe wi v is found Dr Kings New Life Pills t beet reliedTah e yer4 tiriedn 1 r1 tSt nachiiyfc and o I eline if tr yPtt Wi1tagrs 1RJ AJ1r 1 i kt J 4r Ir Needles Parts and Supplies fof Both feeler Wilson and Singer Machines SOLD ONLY B- YSINGERSEWING MACHINE CO INCORPORATED aC C HOLT Representative COLUMBIA KY ITHE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYBIIP For all Coughs and assi The Red expellinff Golds from the sysClcvcrBlos tern by gently som bowels A certainHoxey Boo relief for croup and IS on every whoopingcough bottle rlrcoughespecially thosej r ff containing Opiates I OHaneythe bowels contains Opiates BtgbteMJKENNED HQNEYTA1eem PREPARED AT TUE LABORATORY O- FIE C DoWITT CO CHICAGO U S A JANIDEAL vCATIOi I TlPTO YELLOWSTONE PARK Personally Conducted SPND YOUR MONY IN THIS COUNTRY Itinerary of Trip Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Manitou PIKES PEAK Grand 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 xpensesofan ordinary tiip of this nature has been fully considered and minimized as tobe within easy 1 eachof loll SPECIAL SLEEPERS Ii will leave Louisville Night of July 25 Forifull particularsI Write J fi GALLAGrHER 1907 BsrrQtAvenas XoQiiil WIhMOREgOyEh abiaF1thuTGood J pUlwo a resod Stable 1IOBates fClradiWU Q Ofifef fe t t IltMSEMAN Stones SON I Jewlers and Opticians 1r fSpecial attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line r Oposite Music Hall fBetLouisville Ky S D Crenshaw VETiNERY SURGEON Special Attention to Eyes g surical well fixed to take care of stock Mon stpcremoved JONEDALFFROM COLUMBIA POINTMENT TUE i PATTESONII01rflJ f a No better place can be found than the above nom ed HOTEL It is NEW elegantly furnished and the table supplied at all times with the best the market affords y Feed Stable In Connection ttJ B PattesonPr Jamestown Kentucky c Coffins MS Caskets f 1 rkeep dy for tisci all kinds I of uoflina and asketsid1Ulbecsold lit short me anrcaU and bec iYfiKd tom pomaei iE hssellsprIE 7 7 Tz7TTc r c 1 iw r jrio c tt PO I 4 jJ 0 0 Ii tt t 4 fttTJ 4Ij df1 f i ti I it 1 W7 1iJt tr I dt f A t VfTHE ABAIK COUNTf TEWS vVv COLUMBIA v J KYQCT BERlO 1906 f v X r fJ IIy r pt HJ i j d PIa ingMiIIC o 1 I Columbia Kentucky Keeps constantly on haMaIlkinds of jxV TinishingLumb8r BllhIdiogMatetiI MOULDINGS AND FANCY- BRACKETS In fact everything kept by a FIRSTCLASS PLANING MILL Orders Promtly filled t f Satisfactiongauianteed Call on or address the 1 PIiANINGMlLL COMPANY ItJI 1 Columbia = = = = Kentucky J ALL HEIGHTS IN STOCK Dehier BrothersCAR J J i i 5 I 116 Ei l rketrSt I LouisviSle Send for Catalogue rILUCIO FIELD rEUCfc JSTASDJIPD STYIE HADE IK SIX HEIGHTS j LUMBERJPTEDI We are In tuG market for Lumber at our Columbia iI Yard W6 aive lair In spedtion and pau highest GasH prices Give usa Trial Sttnflarfl Saw Mill Go B F RMESTRflW rManafler E fl HEWBBRRy Yard Foreman Enterprise Hotel Chas F Gans Bro Props 223243 W Market St Bet Floyd and Preston i Louisville Kentucky I RATES 100 Per Day i Absolute satisractionguaranteed j Special rates to Boarders e The Louisville Trust wornpanySouthwcstGorncr y j LOUiSvILiL191iY 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 inexperlencedpersons filling any of the above Hents 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 nte rest allowed on all time semi j 4 annually v s 7 Deposits by workmen women and miijors free from State and City taxes Receives deposits in any amount notless tnanIJDeposits by married women and minors Subject to their orders only t I c DILLER BENNETf Co jfe v i rkAJTOFACTUBERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN t J r fe4 v viv M t T Jl ti FURNITURE CHAIRS if tcI 1 k1 AND MATTRESSESflJtjjl 1 fr I Vl 1i i f rii 1t d r f r t1- p I r5 t i i ty JL t t J 2 J t tit l qy f Y j 1t1p f o trVTJsr mf fJSftJlJTJAJfD IIDSf t 11uiwiIe1yY r2 t btLsP i V f t hf J f t trAit dj JI M IC11JJriifj r JfJ tr1 t I1J4 L Ft f Ioi i t qjJ BRYAN 41 If there eveV was a public man in the United Stat g who should not be jnisunderstbod it isr Wm tTp Bryan And yet the news papers especially the Republican newspapers are continually mis understanding Mm The reason thatMr Bryan should not be iisunderstood is because he is Plain open and straightforward in everything He is the far thest removed from being a time served or a sail trimmer He is anchored to principle He puts that above everything The rea son that the Republican editors are always misunderstanding him i because they persist in treating him asa mere politician Whereas he is fr removed from politiIIcianMr Bryan would like to be the President of the United States It is a rare honor But this is not the njain thing with MrN Bryan in connection with this office His principal reason for wishing o be elected to thafex alted place is for the good that he could do in that office to the people of this country and tothe people of the vorld But not withstanding the fact that Mr Bryan would appreciate the hon or of the office and would try to use it for the good of humanity he will not sacrifice one jot off principle in order to obtain that exalted position And this is something that Republican edit ors refuse to understand Even to the point of obstinacy They are continuously a 1 1 r i b u ting wrong motives to Mr Bryan This is where they make their big mistake Mr Bryan is an honest man through and through honest in every thought and this is why he makes so few mistakes He talks and writes much and yet he almost never says anything that his opponents can twist to his discomfiture Mr Bryans course lies before as plainly as a macadamized road running through a prairie coun try He has no inducement to play to the galleries and this because he is no office seeker If Mr Bryan is ever elected President it will be because the office has sought him and not he the office He is a refreshing person in American politics The people love him and follow him because he is honestrE town Newsf MILLTOWN The farmers are very busy cut ting corn and pulling fodder Buck Ingram is on an extended visit to his uncle Mr Overton in Virginia Mrs Willie Lindley and little son are visiting John Lindley and family r Miss Florence Sheriill of Gradyville is visiting Tier relaL tives and friends near Milltown Miss Stella Conover of near Columbia and Miss Montry Thomas spent Friday night at Mrs Lizzie Thomas Mrs Pole Iohbney isr yisiting L herelatives In Greensburg phis- week vr t 1 Jim i Thoifias and Florence Sherrill isitedielatives 1t C 1inbiaSaturday aird Sthday lJi0lPtfii jf vi MV kTf Uu Lfiqv t citizens of the Bliss cpmmunity was visiting at this place last S nd2Y1He is making prepa rations to go toNew Mexico and will be greatly missed in our vi ci age Henry Buck ana pas s e dI through here with a nice otof cattle x I Our town isfuir of carpenters building for JT Mercer r and Willie Hindman I There was a large crowd at the spelling given by Prof J Ar Caldwell at this place Friday r night Wearehviriga good singing at this place It will continue 10 nights I Miss Hattie Conov r of Qarlin visited Miss Myrtle LeI witch several days last week flMiss Ethel Conpver visited at Mr Geo Rogers last Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs Robert L Caldwell of Gradyville spent Satur day and Sunday atMr JJ W Townsends A 4 PELLYTON r f 7cOn account of v the unusual amount of raiJ many people are complaining of feeling very bad Since last May there has never been such an smount of rain even in the memory of the oldest inhabitants as has fallen this year Farmers who have cut fodder are complaining that it is rotting that there will be much rotten corn and they cannot break land for sowing wheat and do Fall plowing Some dry clear yeather would be thank fully received for several weeks now Mr El LFeese has removed to Columbia after a residence here of seven or eight years He has been a peaceable citizen and his friends hope that good luck and prosperity will reward his efforts in his new home Hogs are selling in this locality at 5 cents per pound and cattle from two toI three cents per pound There is not much sale for cows antl scrub cattle William Guy who left this country many years ago is back on a visit to relatives and friends here He says he has prospered since he has been living in Missouri and is well satisfied with his Western home JH Coffey who lias been sic for several weekg is improving arid is able to stir around some but is still very weak I Three of Mack Props children are sick The attending physi cian pronounces it typhoid feyer Levi Henson after several weeks sickness of typhoid fever is improving and itis1 thought now thatihe will survive Mrs Susan Zearbaugli visiij ing relatives and transacting business at Portland Indiana I W F Grant deputy assessor I was in this section Recently listing the p6oples property He seemed to be getting along iiicely with his wprjk1 f tu c We hear complaints from manydistricjks of c l renndtaji tending hwJregTilari ahd of many wh jiave fiot itte dd any fhlsyear TheStith is- theuitio ofthee at- 4eare tfers t i J W n this purpose thre4Sg1iaW9h our statute books to the eifect that v ryc1ild shall attend school at least forty days during each school year and webelieve this law should be enforced in instances where it is necessary and would be to the interest of the children in every section of the country who are not getting any benefit from the schools xln traveling around over Adair county we observe that the coun ty roads in many localities are in the worst condition they have been for many years There are gullies washed out mud holes ini the roads rocks and stumps in the way and they are in such deplorable conditions in many respects in nearly every locality in the county that it makes one despondent to seethelackof in terest that is being taken in this important matter by the people of our county generally What is the matter with our road laws or is Qur road law good enough but not enforced There is some thing radically wrong some where Either the road law 4s of not much importance or it is- not enforced Ifthelaw is good it should be enforced if pot it should be amended iso that it will be effective Itseems to be nearly a failure now If every able bodied man in Adair county in sixIgood honest days work each year we would see a marked im provement in the public roads Good conscientious businessmen should be appointed for over seers men who know their duty and will do it who will see that every man belonging to his joint of road does six full days work and then he should be paid a reasonable compensation for his services We see no necessity for the Fiscal Court to levy a tax of twenty or twentyfive cents on each one hundred dollars worth of taxable property for the benefit of roads and then there be no appreciable improve ment in the road If the tax payers should have value received for taxes paid otherwise we can not wonder at many of the best citizens of the county leaving Give us economy in public expe ditions make taxes as low as possible consistent with the de mands of the times Gentlemen of the Fiscal Court give us economy in your appropriations and instead of raising the I tax rate higher every year lower it and instead of many of the wealthiest men leaving the county they will perhaps remain here and in vest their money Lower taxes by using ecOnomy in your appropriations The people of Adair county are riot prepared to pay high taxes they desire low taxes and not an exhor bitant taxation This voices the sentiment of a large majority of the taxpayers of the county l Is the Moon inhabited Science r has proveb tBai the mQoh1as i an atmosphere hichmakes liJfe in some form possible on that satellite but not for human beings who Tye a hard enough time pri tHs earth of OUTS especially those who lQnP know that EliCfa Eititers cureHtadaGhe Bilious nes ifalaria Ghilte an34fpYer Jaun I izzneSTorid Liv eKid Tcomii4enera1 flebilty a 3 Fea1e we UnequawdS sa Get1 ToUi4 lai Apjetiz for ek j proeAfldespecially for the- Itte 8OUi ee Fully bj f Pa1lqDrugiRt- Ziice ably 5fl C 5 I Is c 11kj f r bi tI tJi J f i U jfit pc r E I jII WEv r trtestJt f y t DENTIST j J liberty Kentucky2 + 1 h UA Hotel Restaurant t W N Brinton Son fe Proprietors Lnnhat all Ronr Day or Ni ht COMFORTABLE ROOMS The trade of AdairJ and adjoining couutieS solicited LEBANON KENTUCKY J i Dr 0 S Dunbai DENTISTk t t OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN iEEFRIES B UI L D IrN G PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Oblmnbia Eentucky1 t JAMES TRIPLET DENTIST IHIIUIJRESIDENT PHONE 29 OFFICE PHONE 40 RING 21 tSOFFicE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK TACOLUMBIA KENTUCKY RAs638RELLAs i r i t HENRY W EDDLEMM4D8- WMARKETSTLDUISVILLEKV 1 yVSENTENCESERMONSI v Sharp men do not cut much ice r I The man who lives for fun dies v a a fool V No will is strong mntitfeis able tosubmit v Vy The time to deliberate is vbe t 1 fore opportunity Tives1 That which makes home brighter brings heaven nearer The most heavenly things gnf earth are every day virtues A little secular suc or is worth t a lot of sacr sympathy 5 Taking pains for others is ofL ten a path to peace for ourselves J Everything that is helpful to ci humanity is tu that extent only holyL 1 The only religion that can wiffi men is the one that calls them t ft 11 work I P ITl man with a cloud on brow often has nothing butspacer Ei i behind it v xt depenV rc notouwhat we save but 6I ijyhi r t EiWMystery Deepens r a- Mystery vf deepen as to why so mimyrf i1 niiUip persist in Utfe mg froth bch FStfearful inflictions aw dyspeptoi coosti Arption etc j when iesr coiad w3yr iogrid fevery oae of their toub1e 4 by a few of DrCaldwells axz Pepsin Have you tried Itt JVfIf sotoday Soldby Dr J Jt7 Pge lWnbia Meoas rtMJ ir 4 fS T 1 4 yI r r f t 1 IJ t f iir Itj ji i i IL i JC f J J IIJ 1 t ri r 4 d P f t t jj1r f 7 f J 5151iJ V THEADAJB COUNT NEWS COLUMBIA KYr OCTOBER 1O1906rS 1J5 5SfY pTI ittit Qun-tI tW I r ii Published Every Wednesday IY TilE J tAdai County News Company INCORPORATED Y t l HAS HARRIS EDITORS Democratic newspaP devoted to the interests r the city of Columbia and thespepleof Adair Md adjacent counties Ztered at the CJotambiaTPoBtoffice as second ss man matts1 r WEDOGT 16 1906 DEMOCRATIC TICKET S3For Appellate Judge- KTIt t ofHardin county opCongressj V DR A GATLIFFS of Whitley county THE f DOG LAW Vjr V 4 GLENSFORK ky ipifR EDITOR Some of your readers as well as myself wish to denounce the Injustice ofthat dog law passed d 4y tlje last Legislature I t We understand we have to- T v Apaya dollar on every dog to raise Oa sheep fund There are about 4000 dogs in Adair county so that means 4000 dog tax Ifr j all the sheep in the county wee sold ata fair prie4he total would not reachas much as the amount of dog tax ivf il Then wbere is the justice in t taxing the poor lans dog to pay for the rich mans sheep 2 Did Governor Beckham signor approve the Dog Law t Ik Does the Dog Law include r 4ittle flee We know a poor old widowK3Jj ho lives alone and a little oneit eyed flee as her only compa- nytj She hasno dollar to pay tax and- r lis greatly Iworried over having to kill her little dog It woulc run tfrom a sheep if it were to seeW one Your Reader and Subscri i ber J J T jSJinee the above subscriber asks is Ysbme pointed questions and since j there are sojanycomplaints deemf justice to make t1ie fo1owing I t statement The law evidently was intended forl good Ken foriv fwellup with the leading states pin this line of stock but unfort gMnately the largenumber of dogs have discouraged their produc L tiorii We believe that every fam J 55ilyshould have the privilege of v keeping one dog without tax J soine i elieye that a tax should bet imposed on every one Those t j who passed the law Relieved it ii best toreduce the dogs Sand in- creaset the sheep In olr judg 1IrInent itsnot right tci question- the sincerity anJgpHOii Intentions pf our law makers who votjed for 5r 4the lax If itis a mistake it can J and doubjtles will Be corrected is wisandjubtiwi1l proieV5ifit i c r lrJ1ts1fln due time GoY Beck ssii AG si 4the law or permitted ll t law withxit i fl t saeatlsthedid vo- h34r Th 1JoV d i i Theiioteft fight i i in New Tori Pi swilr b+ r F j J 1 C1 r f 1S edoatthe NOrhberelectiqn It is Hugjiesion the Republican side and Hearsfcon the Democrat isfor governor Both parties seemfb be divided ndjust what the result will Ibe can not bepic tured At any rate the situation is notaltogetljer satisfactory with eithej party Tlie election of Hughes evidently meatts the continuance of present politics while Hearsts success would ppintto many changes in jadministration The Louisville Horse Show closedlast Saturday with very gr gratifyingprpspects for its future and while many or the finest horses that re known were on exhibition yet the limited num berto contest the most important classes gave t the event signs of weakness It is well known that the show is the opening society event of the season in L uisV11leI and it is the price orsemeri1away Talk about bad roads but where tIle grader was used they speak for themselves We have at various times called attentionS to the waste of effort moneyS in using the grading less stone is put on the grades The more we see of the work the more convinced we are of the mistake If the county can spare 1000 ingrading it would le far better to put 300 of it in making grade and 700 hv putting on stoneSInsurance Commissioner Prewitt has ordered an investiga tion in the recent action of th- ENewYorlMutualLife InsurancES Company in coe Hindman who was at the head of that Company in this State It is said that the only cause for his dismissal was his disfavor of the Roosevltian ad ministration The Town Council now has the best opportunity to lift the people out of the mud than any like body that has engineered Columbia interests in the last fifteen years Nowithis may seem a little exaggerated but itisa fact for there is more mud and less solid street than has been in the town for a numbelofyears The storm period seems to haveS spent its force and from the ing of the dark clouds and down Urvof rain last Saturday morn ing every person seems to beI happy and all covered i1smilI The sun shinesbright the gloomy weather v has passed and truly every pnejshould be thanlrful and hapPY The J Democratic nominee for Congress in this district is a man whose ablility and moral stand ing would be an honor to the district if elected He isa Bap- tistand lives up tQithe teachings- o his church aiid has accomplished thueh jgoojayii liis section 11 you wanl to yey for goodrmart lt js1 your cpprunity i outtQj th gin stuiiip to b ip iLet p iiione or two ttc1e diijick 1otttcxf the- abkand oi J flv dng- cansiyi Pu ijr dIset be see- msse4 f1l r yi- c An eftbeig made to hive i GpYernoij BeckHam speak in Co Itimbia in the interest of his can didacy It is very probable that he could enthuse his friends by so doing The square is is not in first class condition especially in the southeast and southxestcor hers These corners need cleaning and a good coat of stone- The Democratic party is not such a blusterous proposition af ter allit lost its June Gayle a few days ago v Efvery thing is warking nicely in Cuba dtheJprobability is that a new ticket will be chosen in due time t There is a place for every mans nameS It may not be in the Hall of Fame But if the many you wish to see Juscvalk around the old beech tree SHAKESPOKE SUPERSTITIOUS THIRTEEN There is a superstition with a great many not alone with the illiterate but with the educated as well that thirteen is an unlucky nunThera number or position in the calendar of things andevents that must 6e avoided The prev alence of this superstition is not so noticeable until close observation and inquiries reveal it At any rate many keepers will tell yoiLthat not only a few but many indulge in some vague ideas arid misgivings concerning the number thirteen The fact is thatJin many of the leading hotels there is no room bearing this number The numbers run to suit the callers and they can always please by leaving out thirteen It is not uncommon hear some one in a jocular way yet in reality say he wpuld not do so and so on the thirteenth day In other words many will not assume new obligations be Igin a new enterprise or enter into new business relations or un dertakings on the thirteenth day of the month Our attention was called to this superstition on one occasion which indicated that it 1smorethan a trifling sentiment with manyJt was about this way A gentleman bought a ticket for a berth in a Pullman sleeper and after enter ing the car he found his number thirteen He immediately ap plied to the conductor for a change stating that he was su perstitiousAand ould pot sleep in number thirteen andas5the car was riot filled his1 request was granted The gentleman who made the request is a than of strong mind well educated in books and the Ways of the world and a lawyer of prominence Just why so manyvrof even atiy one hould attach more import i ancXta j5he day tMri aiibther or why they should have fears and theInever Understood The fadt is that there is nothing jj justify such views and m the ian ugtge of dhiggistIwhose pharmaceufiqitgreputitioii broughta +iJtr fi1 g1iljt ward 1 st Winter f i t 12 t sicl JfJflishneM and like the I boae t JLoe rn t wxer UJ g4 ineiil 43t1T lees as- e l moves on our iudg nient thirteen is all ir tht0 Andi d Qf Tbeing shrouded Jc i ri- A a I BUYTUESEMPIRE WHEAT DRILL f NONE r J Gi1 r 1 I i 11 f Tfa 4E X t V Fertilize your wheat with Globe Fertilizer has been soldby us for 14 years eon tinuousty it was not the best for the money we would drop it Field seed a specialty Fam Wagons Buggies Hames Saddles and a General Line of Hardware Come get Qur prices and be convinced that this is the place to buy WmF JEFFRIESf SONSP mysterious and evil forbodings is wrapped up in some of the most inspiring and invigorating thoughts in the history of events Jamestown Va was settled- b the London Company on May 13th and every body knows of what value it has been to the building of the new world The foundation of the greatest gov ernment in the world rests upon the valor patriotism and wisdom furnished by the original thirteen colonies Under the stars and stripes thirteen the greatest and most lasting victory for civil liberty was won I The acquisition of that vast country obtained from Mexico was begun on the 13th The very dollar that rides the waves of the ocean and finds a hearty welcome in eVery land bears on its face thirteen stars goes into every mans purse with thirteen stars emblematical of the thirteen colonies and thir teen states and there is no su perstitit oIl xjonnecteol with its twinkles UP KNI1PLEY The hea1thbf this section is very good considering the wet weather Tobacc9 damaging in the bai n andthe ownersare haying to fire to dry it upi f Owing to the wet weather there will be a considerable amount of dama geg corn in this section Miss Gussie Young a daughter of William Young of Glasgow is here on a several Weeks visit Miss Stella Spurling of Manns yule a sister of Mrs L R Ghelf of this place died at her home Tftesday Oct 2nd She was a great favorite with tlie young people at this place as she made iceojient visit here We extend our sympathy to her father mother brother and sisters Nathan ttison will move to Miv M 1 Q9rbil farm known ktle Crit Hnson place about Yw the flrt Pt the SPear t bIaritierd istiteillb 1tkndL3i miinA- wIdi5f 1r- G Ior 28 oji- l J If you want a suit made in the very latest Fall Style at a very moderate price by all means see our line We are showing everything that is new in make as well as meterial The variety is such and the value so great that to buy a suit without seeing our line you would do yourself an injus tice 10 For Wool Cheviot Suits Ladies Suits made from all Wool Cheviot Jackets silk lined trimmed with braid andvelvet Skirt made in a very pretty plaited style This is a special value for 10 00 No Charge for Alterations I BETTER l T i It If f It LADIES FALL SUITS I12 50 for Suits worth 1650 At this price we show a collection of Suits which have no equal for the price Not a suit in the lot worth under 1650 They are all strictly tailormade and come in plain colors and fancy mixtures Jackets are sat in lined Skirts made in pretty plait ed styles A great special for this sale only 1250 1650 For Suits Worth 25 The height of is attained in our 1650 Suits They are made from fine wool materials by skilled tailors which insures wearing quali ties and berfect fit We show this line in plain colors fancy mixtures andnobby plaids You will find these Suits the equal of many sold else where for 2500 Special sale price 1650 Your Mail Orders will have our Careful Attention M JM Cathof Bros8- th and Market Street Louisville Ky gw Woodson Lewis Grsensburg Kentucky Iscausing the usual stir inOld Greensburg Has re fitted his immense store and fi1edit withDrygoods Cloth ing Notions Hosiery and Shoes When others quit he is is always thereS a 1500000 Stock of Drygoods 1000000 Stock of CLOTHING 10000 STOCK OF SHOES 1O000 STOCK LADIES AND GENTS FURNISHINGS i t The greatest Stock of Drjess Goods ever seen in Green RIver section v v r ir Every one in Adair county is earnestly iriyited 9ca iI I 155 55- 9 Woodson Lewis GreeBsbor n j m Ij i Dr James Menzies r I ls 1rI k jf OSTEOPATHY I 7 f i1f 55 7 perfection 0 tr JjXS t t iY IyfJiltffceit ss c CoIuatKthtUCky P I r 55t t Lt jifLii- IJ b BIJBSCRIBE FOR THLADAR CGUNNEWS 1 OOThR- S5 riY f II 1k zLsr L T tt rc i J J t i i 00 i iTiiii fcfC Th J Fit l i ic tiR t J OiHir r jc r 4 if fI I J J pIY c i JJIt JtiP1 f f J J n 1 f f p Si J J jii1 i Wj J H i t I t r i r1 I 1 ITIIE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 10 1906 I 5 y J f r r i i V = T Jl MIi i o At Auction Prices t r J 1 Jbiii A Hobson Ky is to quit the Dry Goods business and needs 1pi for heavy Hardware and other heavy goods that he already has in stock J 11 ylie will make his place of business the ONLY STORE in this section of the State EF Overcoats atsSh9 sJats Dress Q ds and Fverythingin Dry D ods line for JLLSS ThAN FACTORY PRICES iiii r J KY orfl e e eee e e e w PERSONAL iIf teE EEe EEeE EEE EE EE Ee 7 1 Geo Miller is in Columbia rB H Gilpin was here last week H T Baker is in Louisville this week Mr JFNeat was in Cincinnati last week iIH P Willis Joppa wasan Columbia Thursday Mr Walker Bryant is Jrapidly convalescing A fCo1umDlaDr R H Ferryman of Edith Is in Colwnbia f Mr lee Turk of Burkesville was here Sunday I Dr S A Taylor Gradyville was in town Thursday to MrLG Dohoney returned from Louisville Monday Mrs RP Browning has been quite sick for several days J M Howell of Greensburg was in Columbia last week Mrs A I Hurt who has been oh i the sick list is improving MrWN Stokes of Monticello was in Columbia Monday Mr and frs B yP geof Cane Valley were here Monday James Goff with Aitsheller Co was in Columbia over Sunday Mrs Robt Hudson and Mrs Newby visited the News office Monday H A Walker and C M Herriford f were in Lebanon last week RevL S Crandall is Visiting the family ofgMr John Eubank Mr J K P Conover of Montpelier was in town the first of the week W L Walker was in the Louisville and Cincinnati markets last week Mrs Lou Miller who has been quite sick for several days is improving Mr Norman jRushton the insurance man is in Albany for a few days T R Stults and G P Burress were at Gradyville last Friday and Saturday Mr GaVl Buchanan of GreensTjurg wa fin Columbia the first of the week- i 14iand Mrs W C Vanhoy of Cane Valley were in Columbia Mondayl Miss Lola ICratzer who has been vis iting friends in Cincinnati returned last week Mr Howard Murrjell of Gray Craft is onthe Federal Juryjn Louisville this week Mrs Carolyne Mitchell of Bliss vis ited Mrs Robt Hudson in this fr cfey weekI r JGin one of the best farmers of tbcSpalcsvillecountry was in town Mondy Mr Charle Willis arid ifey of Ma comb Ill are Visiting relatives in the jTopp country t Mr J p srmma MieMaud- Craddockf Lak land paed through heelai1eeknrite o Jietwn- Whretbyreeivtpnew m for theLaks4andairn ftitJt f lj f Jif TfL liI 1tf l ftro l11- T IU- ni i Ji Lc 0 51aghter Sa1e 1 Dr6o ds Greensburg thef1oorspac 11 v I HARDWARE ClothingiacketsLong r HNAH 0I iTCREENSBUR0 o i jL fj t f L Mr S mUel A1Ii IlSt Covnikjs visiting the family of Mr Tr Jratzer in this cityJ Mrs Mary Garnett and daughter Miss Jennie are visiting Mrs JfScruggs at Mdway Mrs Fannie Pierce and Miss Julia Penick of Cane Valley called at the News office Monday 1RevP P T Kasey of Burkeville brother Rev A R Kasey listhis city last week Mrs Wm Coleman who spent rthe summer in Toronto Canada is yisiting her parents in this county Mrs Mollie Carson who his been vis itingthefarnily of Mr C H Murrell returned to Louisville this morning Dr S W Bruner representing the Kentucky Childrens Home Society of Louisville was here the first of the week Mrs W M Wilmore and daughter Miss Mary of Gradyville were guests ColumbialHotel last Thursday Miss Mary awhorii Of Burkesvilje stopped at the Columbia Hotel Friday night She will visit her sister Mrs B H Gilpin Campbellsville this week Mr andMrs WF Guy of Mo are lfrTIuy1wasborr but left here 28 years ago This is his second visit to his old home Mrs Guy w reared in Taylqr county and this is her first return Their manyfriends1 in their old home counties are see them Like many others who vis its the old home in this part of the State Mr Guy called and paid for the News one year r LOCAL If the katydid didnt lie the timefor fffrost is very nigh 500 pairs of sample shoes to be sold at once FRANK SINCLAIR J Will pay 70a per bushel for good wheat at my roller mill J S STAPP I Mr5 Geq WStaples has reniovep to the Judd cottage near BurWsville street i Mr W L Walker has secured the service of Mrs Rose Starks of Cane Valley as saleslady v i f rank Sinclair is receiving new line f carpets and mattings thisweeki C M Herriford the stpckmah of Bliss has purchased a lpttintne Montgomery addition on Boomer Heights Some of the most noted speakers on Agricultural topics will attend ihe outvand hear them v FOR SAiELMy house and lot oil Burkesville street The houseand outbuilding are in good repair The lotS iuthermfKnMe3ECyi pr TR Smite fumbiay r JdgeS WHer wlui acardi tei th f Democratic noniistii- for diern9rwil1speak t the Court botI5k Co1unba tura- o16tt1op e s 6 t X Jj nL1tfLti t fir 1J1fW r VL J S Stapp is now in position to givs good service in his new mill Everything s new an l of the very best resultsi jiXi T1z rake your whea and corn to w J SI Stappsl Roller Mill It is equipped With the latest machinery and will give you satisfaction v grfIcer an order 48lt The production of sorghum is far be low the average though an unusual fine crop of cane The weather has been entirely too wet for suchwork Mr Jo N Conover was again reelected Road Supervisor and salary fix ed at 300 This salary should bring some good effort to make better roa lsI Elsewhere in this issue will be found an interesting letter from Mr Samuel L reached our desk too Jate for the last issue Mrs Malinda F Montgomery of Cane Valley found an old Spanish coin bearingthe date of 1828 The coinwas unearthed by a mole in Mrs Montgom erys garden 1 As we go opress we are informed by Deputy Clerk ME Stults that The News has been awarded the county printing The Newhaving the largest circulation in Adair county While running along a path through RObt1iRoyse Dr Cartwright was called and set the fracture FOR SALEMy n w6 room two story dwelling near the Columbia Roller mill Good outbuildings and onehalf acre of land Jno Wallace Columbia Ky 45 tf The Misses Eubank have an unusual ly attractive line of hats everything new arid uptodate will be found in their establishment You are especial ly invited to call and inspect their stock of Millinery 48lt Mrs Laura Powell suffered a very Crpainful accident Monday She attempt ed to break a piece of kindling wood and struck a nail with her foot At present Mrs Powell is resting easy but cannot use the Injured member IJfdsh tovrelurn my thanks to 1the citizens of this place through tne colums of the News for their kindness Curing the last illness df my mother- MrsMumcilla Scholl JfV LUSHER SCHOLL v Jamestown Ky sdeplltithe late Ass srJLiPellYfaiIed to get The taxable property in these jistsfampunfc to 30000 which will show a saying for the country alone of about f40 iiFtURANDSAwMrLLEOI SALE hav for sale firztcla iiIliiiiJii iCY c e 1 l dt i p e The list of those who contributed to the United Brethren Church fund has ibeen left with Mr J O Russell and allwho wish to make p y invitedri ple iS seehim Any and alljire to suoscrivio this fund P EAYWHITTENI Mr James Goff who rpjbresentedjbhe Citizens Life Insurance Co in this section has tendered his resignation to the above company and accepted a position with Altsheller Co wholer sale grocers of Louisville Mr GofF was very successful in the insurance field but prefers to be on the road We predict that he will enjoy a good trade tSFOR S EFaiIlOf150 acres one mile from Gradyville There are two 1 good dwellings two barns and neCEssary outbuildings A good well and the farm is well watered Plenty of timi ber to keep up farm AT erall 47lm Gradyville ky j The long wet spell is a serious matS- i ter in this part of the cou tryThe unprecedented yield of corn will not be f equal to the average when it reaches i Sfinpf the crop on the stalk is rotten4 Where the ears are heavy enough to pull down they are all right but where they point up are full of water- and ruined So far there has not been any wheat sown and it willsoon be top late to expect good results FOR SALE My entire stock of goods are for sale also dwelling house and lot of 3 acres of land with good young orchard all out door buildings new anl well built good well 2 miles of Jamestown on the Dnnnville road Will sell both together or seperately at a reasonable price a large territdryfo selling goods Call on or address t 483t Mrs I A Wilson Felix Ky I have 700 bushels of old wheat some weevil in 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 and 11 pounds of bran per bushel while this lasts or will sell at wholesale for 180 or retail atc 200 per hundred pounds Also have meal and shipstuff at the above places v for sale 472t5J S STAPP FARM FOR SALk i =We are authorized tcrsell ene of the finest farms in Adair county 260 acresfis in the limestone belt ddr 5landpatst and one qf the best tiuriey tobacC co farms Jn the county jjs sp aflflSstock farm with eight pr tenfine never failing springs Good 8 room hoUse iwltlfin cistern and ellatdfa d caye spring with rock spring house close by Four good larns and three good cribs This farm is located in one of ttie best neighbprhppdsPf thec6fty close to sch11church ttIoffice and 5 miles West pfe b tCall on addre Jt T A and MMURRELL Admri f a Sii4f ol5lT1i 4itt5S Wager iltjpk iicltIt 5Ofckic toor hWt 11iJt J- ry 1 P i rz At AJlction Prices 1 t LII going tPellnwhich Land Stock and Crop o o o CrtBryant bought of J LIam- are fprv50 gsv t eto o J S Gilpin bought a mare from Charles Collins for 125 000v t I uthefr Montgomery sold f2 steers to BEtB6weat 3 cen- tsSOOO Bennett W jipnicopght3 heifers from Alvin Browmngafxcents f 000- J frS Gilpin o g1ita lr t f Ipl containing nineteen acres fromt10JCffi Yeans for 150 000- Z T Pelly solda number of nice cat tie to JamesAlIenof Hustpnville at3 cents Pellyton Correspondent 00 O W J Gabbert bought a eolt from Mrs Mecky Montgomery for 50 and one fronrW G Roy for 50 000L 5 head of cattle last week from John Dunbar at 3 cents Lula CorrespondentS ooo fRP Browning bought a fine brood sow ahd four pigs of 0 I C stock from F M Robertson for 32 000 Young Gill will leave Saturday withTa 10Qf cattle for Louisville and ninety head for the Bluegrass mar lkets 000 Willie Bradshaw is receiving cattle in this county for Mr J W Hambrick of Scott county Mr Hambrick bought Overdone hundred that averaged from 1000 to 1200 pounds each 000 Bennett Wilson bought 2 head of cattle from Q C Bryant for 30 1 heif erfronrMelvin Jjonover for 12 50 1 heifer froinJ H Womack for 1817 and 5 hogs from Warren Sauce for 4317S o oo uT Selby bought 5 steersof DrH i Jackrn nat 3 cents 3 steers at 3 cents anllieif for 1310 from AT A Clayton 8 teers at 3 cents and 10 heifers 3 t2i cents from Mann Bros B F Leaehbought t8hogsoJ L Miller for f3050Creelsboro Correspondent 000 fJ S Gilpin sold JA Diddief4 steers or 62 siCto J FjPendIetoiifdr101 7 Mri Gilpin boughttwo steers front ames Gampbelt for 30 j from Torn urry threehead for 33 oneinulefrom A Hays for 40 one mule from Mandy Turner or40 one mule from 9 VV Bre6dingf6ri65 0 yo Thomas Knifiey bought seyeral hOgs for which he paid 5 cihtsUydia Pfer ins sold one calf to Miller Stapleton or 5 BeniBarnett sold a call to len ovitjor ii J6 iHazzard bought wo tracts of white oak timber here re- ntly enfrlJ Ghelf or 6O0 tQ or xmt6- 35KnifleyCorr 8pea t0 p ioo- SqS I rqng ge ertl rnatjr 1t t I f H 11 i J i t5t jItj Is sociation has sold to a representative Scif the Italian Government every hogs head of tobacco belonging to the asso elation that is suitable for the Italian trade on a basis of 1085 per hundred This is regarded by the tobacco men of Kentuckyas being a great victory for lthe planters as they secured th ir price Xf O O 0 Mr C S Ben the wellknown stock dealer of our town informed your reporter that he had bought over sphead of cattle to be delivered at this place about the 15 at prices from 21 to 31 1lastfor70 and 1 calf from C O Moss for 19 J A Diddle bought last week lrOtn different parties twenty head of I cattIA 2 to 3 cents Gradyville Cor responded TO TOBAGO SHIPPERS zk I We wish to state to our friends through out the tobacco growing sections that we are not connected directly nor indiv rectly with any other warehouse orJ warehouse companySWe conduct a STRICTLY INDEPENDENT Tobacco Warehouse Commission Busi ness andrespectfullysolicity ourp atron age C A BRIDGES Co Props gjm PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUL r Louisville Ky i 1 PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY L v WH C Sandidge Ebenezer W S Dudgeon Mt Gilead AR Kasey Columbia J A Johnston Mt Carmel IG Y Wilson Gradyville T J Campbell White Hill TP J Barger GlenvilleS Z T Williams Columbia The timehas come when it is neces4 v sary for me to collect from thoseVinV rtdebted to this office and it is my inten t tiori to do so I have indulged many 1 i only to receive promises and to lIeepf = my business cramped and nonpro V t gressive Now 1 call on every person v indebted for the News to send in the amount due Statements are being f mailed and if not settled within reason1 able time the accounts will b6 placed r tthe hands of a collector I do irot be t 1t JIlieve in rasfc acts but every business is ventitled towh titearns There aXea V ir it hundreds suBscribgrs m arrears fromA L i 100 to 7DO F irarn1gl man I business c S HARRiS t t JFOR SALE 4The farm known as th Stone place 1 riiile from Columbia pn E the Glasgow roadi Contains 85f acres f well improved plenty of grass go6d rorchard timber fine water and good T dwelling and out buildings A deirar biehome R B LOGA 4 f1 464m i ojumbk t Ky 1 N Members of the Edooati l BoaM offrth5M E church will arrive thisTus 4y ftirnonto visit the LindayW f t r oIi Training r r fi iI11aZtJ tenmeit LIIIUA II ft1r Bori1 tci tl wife tJ i d L 7jT 11 4 LlL i 7 f ltfl fYi i Jot tp t i4 i 4 iN I i 1L 1ift sA 1itJ l 1 i A tA ii YSk p 411f r 1 THE ADAIR GOFNTY NEWS COLUMBIA 1006t i 1 t t f J JET OCTOBER 10 Jf ll f r iiif i j t i I i- t RES i tit lUJ I1 0 fI l AND MULES SCARCE t i t 7 reit Difficulty Is Being ExpcMenc id fiy Army Securing Suit Ii W V ble Animals itj f i fio IUj11wlrt nse t 28 dN I f1cu1ty is being experienced by i the QuartermasterlQenerars Be gt artoent of the army in obtain y 1f 1 ng horses and mules Even at 1highprices good cavalry horses Vae scarce and nearly impossible t procure The scarcity is not f ria1butxtends throughout theN j t Isountry even in the stockraising eligionsof the West and North west A few weeks ago acon tractor in the State of Washing t Ion was awarded a contract tovp t Supplythe army with about 500 cavalry Horses at his bidof92 ahead He thus far has been un letoiill the contract and it is I Regarded as likely thathe may jbe nearly financially ruined in his efforts to meet his obligation to the governmentS A short time Before Gen FunS jift ton was brderedtto Cuba he rer quested authority to purchase in ajn emergency fifty cavalry horses ffl50 a head The requestwas refused by the department be ause of the contract which the government had made for such atv 92 a headQnacihorses tWuntof the scarcity now tley- vreI worth about 140 a heaf- 1MUles are even sealer than horses Qood muls are worth about 180 a fead and are dfficult 15g t that price on account of i the great foreign demand Returns from the bids opened last Tuesday in the West5for cavalry J horses and mules have not been received at the War Department J yet but it is expected that the prices will be high particularly if the specifications require de iyery within fifteen days of the Awards of the contract en f THE PERFECT COW 4 x rIt issaid that long ago when no doubt she was the most useful ranimalinthe world man wor 2 ship the COW It is to be hoped j she was then perfect In these Limes it IS doubtful if many per sons have seen a cow without a t fault says H G Lewelling in p Jersey Bulletin t TQ assist beginners ik their K search for a perfect cow some 4 idflier deformities which they4 are sura to meet beforethey come 4 to the ideal are pointed out as vj follows Jf If the lips of the cow are thick T iand stiff they are deformed yIf her eyebrows are heavy or WIw5ith long hairs protruidiiig they are deformed P li V Ifh r cheek from her mptith J j J toward Jier ear is swolen orridgy 3 fe orisri t smcw th and flat it is de- Jformedi f r r fIftheedge of her ear curls bakj 1 isdeformedf r Iftfeetre is loose slaii orfieshin t tJj e SOt lower jaw ap earin like a pelican pQU hifl deformedSi 1 tlen jf her throat 1 fdefOtmJ iIh 1ewlap is thudpen d1iWon It A Jf hert tJ f V Y oir V i p Ji tIQrm tj7 11c tier shoulders are thick and rounding aver the top they iEire deformed v jIf the processes of her shoulder blade are prominent forming riflges the edges of which some times curl backward it is also de formed If the point 5of her shoulder blade works above her spine it is deformItY f j t If the muscles about or above her stifle are thick and heavy they cause contractions that give her a mincing gait or turkey walk and are a deformity If her flank is thick lumpy or has a ridge extending toward the navel it is deformed If her udder is in any degree fleshy it is deformed If her navel isfhe least pend ent it is deformed k If her shanks ear round and fleshy or are not flat and firm they are deformed V If there are knots on herr ari Mes it is deformity l When she stands1 even the halves of her foot should fit close together forming astraight5top line if otherwise the foot is deformed Many years of close observa tion convinces me thjtaiiof theseI deformities ahdoffiers ethie suIts of disease The above applies jrnore or Jess to atl animals of the cow kind i DEVELOPING THEPULLETS s The pullets th fare intended for winter layers should be fully developed and if possible started to laying before coldweathers ts in Pullets at eight months of age should begin laying Atthis time of the year ft is best to sep arate the pullets from the cock erels or those intended for market Every poultry raiser should carefully distinguish betweenthe food that is necessary for fitting cockerels for market and that which will develop the layers By the improper course of feeding which a great many poultry men practice a large per cent of layers are injured in ability to produce eggs The growing pullet should be fed foods that will develop the frame and eggproducing organs as well Avoid giving toomuch of fatten ing foods or they may take on internal fat which sa hindrance to egg production Ground oats chopped clover and bran mixed andscalded make agood food ilgrowth and perfect development are desired Vegetables either raw or cooked willbe beneficialS Corn should be fed very spar ingly in summer especially A great many make the mistake of ieediiig corjualone as the grain Jrsupply They feed thecornmeaIt them- when small then life cracked corn when older and thy are compelled to eat excessive quan ififieg of it to get enough of the ixnisdem ing material Excessive feedui iibl only wastes the food but is aii i pjiy to the toils by weakening the digetive- igatis Givethemafl illthey wi1ldinkziwill be beref- ioil to themHRafttJo- urQfAhfd4 i f f t i v 0 1 I J L 0ft r LARGESTFARMIN WORLD 1i4p 11 ATexas Ranch Larger Than Either Rhode Island or Delaware By the recent acquisition of a tract of 170000 acres Santa Gertrud ranch in southwest Texas already reputed to be the largest estafe in the world owned fey a private individual was in creased to the immense proportion of 2000 square miles or 1280 000 acres As an aidto the comprehension these dimensions some comparisons may be foundusefuL The area of Rhode Island j exclusive of the water of Narragansett Bay comprises 673920 acres or justa trifle more than onehalf the area of Santa Gertrudes ranch The area of Delaware exclusive of water is 12 4000 acres or 2560 acres smaller than Santa Ger atrudesV Texas constitutes 6ner eleventh of the area of the United Statesve1r if the Lone Star Slfat were to be cut up into rlriches the size of Santa Ger trudes there would only be land enough to make 132 s Santa Gertrudes ranch was founded in 1853 by Captain Richard King a former Mississ ippi River plot who with his friend Captain Miffin Kennedy had charge of the transport serv ice on the Rio Grande which sup plied GeneralTaylors army during the M xican war Captain Kings ambition was to possess the largest and bestcondq ted ranch in Texas but he died 20 years ago after accumulating wasIKing who turned the entire management over to her sonin law Rx J Kleburg a lawyer who was born and brought up Within 150r miles of the ranch Under Mr Kleburgs manage ment the acreage has been increased more than 50 per cent Etown News Life 15 Embittered Life is too ften embitter d by the grievous pains and suffering caused by dyspepsia in one or other of its many forms No otherdisease covers such a wide range of symtons or causes such varied suffering to its victims Stoma h ache headache dizziness nausea biliousness constipation fever etc all are due to this one dreadful disease No wonder that thousands are so enthusiastic over the cure of their dis ease by Dr aldweUs laxative Syr up Pepsin It is a most marvelous po tSQldbyand Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money ack if it fails 5S TEXAS FEVER AND ITS PREVENTION SS SS Extensive investigations have recently been made of the va rious forms of Texas feverin f7tcattle wichshould more prop erly lye called tick fever as It is by no means confined to7 Tex as vcattleV to ascertain its causes and to find if possible a reliable method orits prevention T Srbf Hbhler chiefbf this Division of the Burau olJaiiinal ndusfe lJ S Department of Agricufttire- has had chirge Qt this wt and iumdasFanaetJ5 BulletinN6 258 Texasieyer IS specic fut ll od cattle nth r tfP I of inllooanimatiJarasites which are conveyed tOthe affected an imals by means of the cattle tick These parasites after being so injected into fneblooclofsus ceptible animals attack the blood cells causing them to breakdown from which death ensues in from 10 yrcent of the chronie to 90 percentof the aqute diseases Inasmuch as infection is transmitted solely by these cattle ticks and not by the air saliva or manure as com monly supposed t4n tiicon trolof the disease depends wholly upon the eradication of these ticks j as the parasites which arethe immediate cause of Texas fever are transmitted by the tick to the animal through the bites made in theskin in pro curing their nourishment It is needless at this time to enumerate the items that go to makeup the enormous total of over 65000000 annuajLlss to- bythe tslectQdrtemtory reason rof this disease but these appalV ing losses arid annual sacrifices of thc tle raisers can be entirely effaced and this at a small proportionate 6stfor with enthusiastic stockmen satisfactory State 1 egis 1 a t i o ncTsufficient money and a trained corps of inspectors the cattle tickmay be exterminatedand every dollar expended in this r work will be returned many fold during each succeeding year V 1 Among the most important measures to be adopted in eradi cating the ticks from cattle in the infested districts may be men tioned picking or brushing them off smearing or spraying the animals with a disinfecting solution dipping the ticky ani mals in a vat containing a solu tion capable of killing the ticks without injury to the cattle and confining the animals to tickfree inclosures until the ticks havev dropped off- The best ways tofree pastures of ticks have been found to be ly excluding tattle for a definite period by cultivation and by burning off the grass The cat tIe pastures may be freed of ticks at the same time by the feed lot method an J by pasture ro tation and immunization of sus ceptible cattle when under twelve or fifteenmonths may be secured by blood inoculation and by infesting with ticks This problem is a great one to the South butit is being solved to a great extent and care and cOrn disease leradicated1Jefore5lany years Style and American Dressmaker has 5a breezy little figure in an outing suit on the frontS cover The magazine makes a tojosV remarkable offer of a cdmpiete Skirt Gutting System anda- yaarssuhscription to the magazi eioJ r175 There aremanyiinteresting andtiID- elyarticlesoneOIEnibroidered1ress and an advertisemento shows yrhere thfe art is taught The StylArticle by Jmd Ross Wade is instructive and inter ing to every woman who tares for her gersbna appearance A lliereyiewt contains timely iMasrand tttiitioM oJpitpringoi IK fkll and winter war 0P vrbioh cnnot fail y I1ter fto ey J ewoo 1t lfI Se eop4 1Oeit ibcr- ipSdAinl BI tiODS r ium detl 25 fftYod i-f i fi1 i r I Lt i J u d J1 THE JaelcofallTrades T WV F JEFFRIES SON Agts r aIJ 9i H Water DShells Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs IeCream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery tie Is Running the Pr sS For This Paper It costs nothing to keep wb 1not perhourcall on or address FairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUKY J IS1vIITH G H r STOP4Ar PHE Ii COLUMBIAJJOTEL 1smith Nell Propsr i ITi This Hotelwas formerly known s ifeMRCUMHCrrEJ Z f 4SS 04 t The Largest and Best Hotel in Green River Section Jr The above nainedfirmhas just purchased and it will be run in firstclass style 7 T I f Rooms clean and the table supplied with the best the market affords Traveling trade solicited t I Columbia K ntuc1y SpecialReduced Rates iEfDERsoff OUTEr2 TO DenveiCoIorado Pueblo Col San Francisco Los Angeles and San Diego L HOM SEEKERS EXCURSION II RATES SEASON 1906W COIiOJIIST 1ATES TO California Points and Great Northwest Dates Sale September 15 to October 31 1906 7 1 r 2sr US F0R FULLiNFOR7ilt1 JH GAlLAGHERS L J IRVIN Traveling Passenger Agent General Pass Agent Louisville Kentucky 4Do You Like PROMPT SERVICE IF You Do Send Your SASH 74ND DOORS Orders to 4SE L Hushes Cot 2J52I72I9 Eo MainSt1 LOUISVILLE KENTLJCKY 1 s Our facilities are unsurpasseda trial order will convince i I PRANK CORCORAN + HIGHGRADE MARBLE AND GRANITE T r f 1 fr CEMETERY WORK OFALLKIND TRADE FROWADAIRAND i i Ai OINING COUNTIESSOLJCITED SEE US BFORB Y yBUY I0 Strtt i t j Lebanon i Ky I t wtJ 1tk 9r 0r it jie t 4 J IJJ u7 J Ht 1 J t jt4t1 1t tt f c i i 1 J JtlJ J Iia J 1 L fifi 1tf tt iLt tJ h f t JI1 tlL i i 1 L IJ1 r fi M 3 i 3 fr t t iiP t 1t h t j i W t4 t rrzI 1It 2i t Zp i jIpJ t 7THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 10 1906 4Jf U Jt f J r 1 r i tIfl J W w FWHEN IN LOUISVILLE r i GET ACtUAINThD WITHi 4- H I 4 TFH3PROGRESS1VEF1RM 41 HUBBUCH BROS2R Centrally Located r k 11 524 526 528 West Market Street 2 4 4 J r iyr 4 WALLPAPER A New Department f Itr 8 i CARPETS Immense Assortment 4A2i r RUGS Incomparably Pine Line I 4Y k 4ITimes to Inspect Our v To Victors AlSvays Various Lines of Goods Call Whether you buy or notr g 494444449F S 4 Fifthj Avenue Hotel I 4 PIKE CAMPBELL MGRtf w I v Refurnished Redecorated and Re moored A Firstclass Hotel at Popu 40 l Jar Prices Convenient to Wholesale and RetaIl Districts Churches andt 9 Theaters 2 Q FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE I 4FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUTSTREETS 4 Louisville Kentucky f 4444494444444444444F Kentucky Wall Plaster Co e MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF PLASTERING MATERIAL jSOUThERN AGENTS FOR SACKETT PLASTER BOARD v Brook River ss OTH PHONES 2267Louisville Ky1 OUR BRANDS DIAMOND with sand LOUISVILLE WOOD ylBER- CAMPBELLSJ CEMENT PLASTER without sand ItI Write for testimonials Also Operating HOOSIER WALL PRASTER PLANT Mfersonville Ind Phone 555 FRED W HARDWICK Pres J COCKE Pres Jtll DlETZMAN Snpt Iw T PyneMiU Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 1VItI IW I iTS i mAGT4IT41STz DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS MILLS FEED MILLS IGRIST MfiINI LOillS IiLLe SMOKE STACKS I Sheet Iron and Tank Work W r JOBBING WORK SOLICITED IAn Kinds of Machinery Repaired t i COLUMBIA MOTOR CAR COMPANY United States Mail Line It iJ i i t q- h J fy it IJM- C Leave ClvMbia Jit it grAJ Leave CapkllmI il l rIt I J fg45 A M T t rlEd 11 J f 1Jt 1 J tl S r J 12M 9n IL 2f1iI Wv Comfortable and Rapid Transit littli Loes1RatekCo l1U Lie t with y 1 nr i i sII91rtC1ss Service i Z f rr if t It3t Zi f F i f i F tUEUSltAND BUSBOFh VISITINGeARDS I r Visiting cards play ajfr import antpattjrisocial life and many are1 the occaslons outside of th- erjarremsfip their exit ends When they become useful mediums for social purposes First and foremost they are usedv in issuing invitations for small athomes They denote at once hat the party will include cOrn paratively few guests whereas the athoime card proper conveys the exactly opposite intelligence and a function of any dimensions may follow in its wake A general use of visiting cards is made to convey expressions sympathy in cases of bereave ment and inquires during illness The obligation of writing notes of condolence or inquiry always is a matter of some little diffidulty and it is hard to say exactly the right thing to meet the circum stanc s of the case but express ions of sympathy written on top of tn bard orthe words to in quire in the event of illness sup ply the need in most cases Another use of visiting cards is when making introductions to friends residing at a distance or abroad when it is not necessary to say anytHing about the one in troduced or to make a personal favor of the introduction and the civilities to followTo introduce Mrs B when written on a visit ing card suffices and entails little or no trouble on the giver Visiting cards with P P C written upoihfaem to indicate de parture and le Ye taking have much fallen into disuse of latef For temporary absences from town orfrom the country or from the seaside or other towns there is no idea of leaving them and in the case of long absence friend ly leave takings are substituted for them Still for the many in ones circle of acquaintances whom one would like to pay the courtsey of an au revoir without being able to give it in prsoEd the card plays its useful is not to be overlooked HORSE AND MULE INFORMATION eAI nervous is much more likely to DC alarmed by thesoundof a noise he cannot see than by the sight of things he does not understand I Get rid of the surplus horses that are not growing into money There is no advantage in keeping enpug extra horses to eat all that useful ones earn The farmer who has his surplus capital invested in good horses has a draft which he can draw at any timeSKeeping the skin or they 7ork horses clean enables them to sweat freely and thus is essen tial to their health t It isi not good policy rto force tllegroWtWof colts by giving them stimulating foods and jpyer feeding them The overgrown horse is seldom a durable oneJ TIre origiii txt many dise x among iiorces canbe Jraq rtlY W fiithy sIab1esi- therefored s economy 3- pebles 8drupulouzly k w 1rY aitij Bi oi r ktthan sooooo the- rrS i jW Ittr- i world There de 22000000 in Bussia while Germany and Ans rtriaHungary eachhas more than the British isles where it ii reckoned there are about 3000 000 The temperaturqof water for horses is not so much tan objects the purity of itiWhile it is best to have theater i w cool it is more important to have it freefrom allimpuri t tiiWhile horses may gain flesh by being cooped up closely in the s atablesThefishthus gained is too often a detriment to their usefulness The mare that is suckling a colt is doing a double duty and should not be required to perform as much hard labor as the other horses All trouble in kicking rearing and stubbornness generally a rises from improper handling or not sufficient handling to adapt them to usage You can better afford to starve your horses any other time than during the first yearof their x ex istence A stunted colt seldom makes a welldeveloped horse Treatment that may entirely break one horse of a bad habit may entirely fail on another It is hard to lay down rules that will work well in all cases When possible to avoid never give a full draft of water within ianfeet is to carrymuch indigested food into the bowels producing serious disorganization thereof Without exercise it is impossible for the muscle of they ungI horses to develop hence the necessity for a goodsized field for them to run in If you would have horses withplenty of endur ance give the colts a chance to develop their muscles tGOODALFALfACROP ON RED CLAY SOIL Speaking of his experiments twithfarmer says I sowed two acres of alfalfa last fall on red clay loam which arlypotaItoes up with a cutaway harrow after the first crops had been removed The seeding was done September 2Oa little too late for this sec tionas the plants only grew about two inches high before winter set in The seed was treated with the culture sent out by the seedsmen r but as I left none untreated I cant say cerI tainly whether jt helpedJ Itjhad 200 pounds to the acre of Lobos rtrrivial1guano at seei ing time and Another dressing in early spring Atthe first cutting May 29 about half an acre stood dense and thick and about thirty inches high the lance was smaller and1ackedthedeep green color i At the second cutting July 3jl the thrifjy spots Shad spread jun til ancr f was densely coyered and showed growth t ljrtY two inches ip thfrfiday IIkhere isno doubt thIt for tb1S kffafl sowingis te thin aa lKv sefcii JKJ acbf tsngf R gras and otber j3- by thei nstant CPZgIkaa B t iiO ry to keethem down and her sides from fall sowing you get a full crop the following year in stead of waiting a year for re SuitS COMMANDMENTS FOR STANDING UP FDR YOUR HOME TOWN x x x r Vd Thou shalt not go away from home to do any trading thouI nor thy wife nor thy sons hor- i daughters 2 Thou shall patroniz thine Own mechanics also the piintert nd they shall patronize thee 3 Thou shalt patronize thine Own merchants r that they may not be driven from their homes To find food for their little ones 4 Thou shalt pay thy bills promptly that thy credit may be good in the land where thou dwellestan thy neighbors greet thee gadly 5 Thy shalt not knock props from under thine own town in order to ie revenged on thine enemy lest thou perish with him 6 Thou sjialt not incline thine permit h eartd7 Thoushalt spend thy earnings at home that they may return whence they came and give nourishment to such as come after thee 8 Thou shalt not bear false witness against the town where n thou dwelleth but shall speak well of it in the ears of all men 9 Thou shalt not covet thy neighbors seed wheat nor his stove wOod nor his corn that is in the crib but whatsoever thou desirest thou shalt buy of him that hast to selland thou shalt pay the price therefore in the coin of the realm 10 Thou shalt keep these com mandments and teach thin to hy children and thy children s children unto the third and fourth generations that they may be made to flourish and wax rich after thou art laid to rest with hy father DEPTH TO PLOW MANURE As to the depth to which it is advisable to plow the manure in the general rule should be ob served that it should not be so deep as to prevent the access of sufficientznoistureandair to in7 sure fermentation and nitrifica tion and to permit of rapid wash ing down of nitrates to the drain In very compact soils the depth should not exceed four inches In light spils this depth maybe considerably increased although in such soils there is more danger pflbss by drainage than wit- heavy clay soils Application in the hill or drill is useful where the supply of manure is limited and the full immediate effect is desired For forcing truck crops th sroethod 1S especially yaluable Wellrotted mniire isbst uite d to this n ethodof application It lias feeeh claimed however that manure appliedin this way some times injures tile appearances xtf ridot crops esjiecistllypotatQes1 by icreasingthamount f lC1b heactuil pidicirig s I- sgetethau nd- iatte e tho u- iaiiiIk elrs oi mh JJt r r MARKET POULTRY CULTURE Plump fat stock sells best i Hardiness is very essential inf breeding stock for market poul trY V s r The fattening coop must Joe cleaned daily vf Our American breeds make thet most attractive boilers Before marketing the carcass seW up any skin that may be torn while dressiIigo lYard raised poultry are pre f rred to farmraised by epicures Their flesh is more tender andf juicy j Too much exercise makes the meat tough and stringy The Plymouth Rock WyanV dottes and Rhode Island Reds excel for stewing The cramming system for fattening fowls is not likely to ever become popular in this country The American strain of Light Brahmas is preferable to the Eng lish type for utility purposes 6 Black plumaged fowls are not popular for market poultry from the fact that the carcass is full of ark pin feathers making an un attractive looking bodyIThere is no better table fowl than the Houdan but the breed is not very popular in this coun try mparedto our own varie ties When mating for flesh the cocks should never be even moderatelYtlong legged unless the hen is nusually shortlegged for the cockerels from such a sire wilibe Iff gawky and stilty in form when sent to market at an immature age His breast should be broad full and roundand his back broad When a dealer wishes to add ik- nockdown argument to the declarefthat their is of extra quality The American Stock Keeper says 1 there is no breed of fowls under the sun the chickens of which if well fed all their lives will notbi tender juicy and toothsome Ancl there will beno breed that wilrb 1 plump tender and fit for taibte NunlessThe Leghorn is a ullbressteb j bird but its small size makes 11 unprofitable for producing fox jImarket purposExEN- GAGED FOR SIX MONTHS If ADVANCE a yTV M v5 A drummer dropped into Rodgf t enville the other day with athrisf and found that there were no sa t v loons in tOWn He applied ttM r J J iIlIquor J if he was sick and receiving theH reply that he was not told himgf his only chancewas to get snakS bit The druggist said there was J S 1s ifa den of rattlesnakes about fowr 1 s r miles from town The drutw- ent l out and in about two hodfe v fi l 1Jcame back Helooke Y SJ weary aiidi was quite dusty vlfe tJthad nothing to say until fek druggist askedhiinwhatastbe r j niter PI95si4 he bad loBi i3 th ir19 tattlhakeden fcxu thai the nakes all 1 1 for bites dcahi gued tb- atWYdyFrtowftI t rj fr f iETTTITT wETiTTT IT7dA iL4 t t i i j f I f rl L lAt 7 t r 1ti t yr 4 to t 1 4I3 = 4JP q i f 4 c jt St 4 J1 I r i I c I i ftft 8 j cyTHEADAIR v COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KtOQIB1JR11 1906 H1 tH ftj I 7 1 d 4w l t 1 f CORRESPONDENTS TVllli j 3t h V 4 t r Weeks llappeniflgSNeWS1mP0rtaflt orOtherwise as Report t t5 tdByjOur Corps f Correspond nts e J It IE5isC EELIX1 J4f 1 q siriiiorisllas f4bt ri iontindto Ji Jr room several days with bilious f yer- MrsvJ E Johnston whbhas been visiting her brothers near t irvins store returned home Sun- dayt t i t Mr Ban Wilson and wife of t2 ci Russdl Sprjngs visif d relatives t here Sirnday r 1 Haa1e the little daughter of fLM Wilson is very sick ifMiss Mollie Keen of James ftwn spent one night last week mthMrsYl A wilson iJIjnfant of Mr and Mrs lastorter was buried ir eekv v ti o Mrs I A Wilson and son vis f v j ted at Jamestown Sunday l Mre Rosaline Richard wasI here shopping thisweek 4 Johnnie Wilson returned home iyesterday from Indiana ti r CREELSBORO 1 W v A good tide m the river and fi thesteameri Rowena is making i regular trips ip C P Dunbar has accepted a J1positionas clerk on the R wena- I t Frank Leach County Sinyey r or has been surveying land for r different parties near here for several days A great many of our boys are filing claims inN Mexico Mrs W J Armstrong is visit ing her daugliter Mrs vBaugh hitLexington I LULA r JA t 4 For the pastthree weeks the weatheHhas been SO unfavor table that the farmers are behind with their work r Leo the son OfMr and Mrsj f J M rKin y js very low with i feverl Mr S S J nesta merchant at this place has refrirned home from the State Fan M IDs Wm JDalton and littlet a gJQf Ce 1thro are vis iting at this place i ujt 0 D Smith was visiting opp school a few days ago l XSRlrM2r ri Hale our school faiher1was on the sickJist last vJi r 1rr jf week v v J5 1 5 j TR Morrison was at Creels fVtFt ThOroZ Id HJesda last week on 1 lj U J 1j bUSlness MiTJRo 1cwh has been visiting his brother in indianaj f i has returned home t i f fiJf C Bell ofDedawas- k ifiurrn idst last eek t i r i Mada1- itI ct If WisDr WBdadwil1 tile is ge 4 firstpecribed hisiti reuedr for indgetlon OIiItipati and fK fP Im now known as DrCak Syrup Pepsin its suCJ kYtJijf80trelittbatltm ak m SnceUen5tbss bWn ii d 11 over 1wo3d and liaa never faIIM kpeft flrit iuoeue Try it F bytr iX Page tiitab f a r7iI fJ ll 51 d f jdi FiriiI I I I GRADYVILLE MrAT Sh trill is viewing the rosp in New Mexico at this time with a view of making thathis futurehomei Mr J J Hunter is spending a few weeksin the Western States J A Diddle wasin Greens burg last Friday and Saturday Dr L G Nell is nearirig coin pletion a large and commodious feed barn W L Grady and his string of horses are at Celina Tenn this i week takinginth fair A Hunn of Columbia pissed through here last Wednesday with a nice lot of cattle and mules that he bought in Metcalf county Hon Gordon Montgomery of Columbia was here last Thursday on professional business Mrs Mary R Moss who has ben visiting at Horse Cave for several months returned to this place last week Rev G Y Wilson and C O Moss Returned from Central City last Thesdayandreporteda good time Conference Mr Ed Th Baker and mother willjnov6 to the community of Bliss in the near future Mr Mayfield the popular dry goods man of Glasgow made our town last week and hacLnice trade with our merchants Dr S ATaylor andir L C Nell our two uptodate physi cians are busy both day and night t Messrs Chaptman Browning andTrank Donohefo two of Mill towns business men were transacting business in our town last Thursday Mr King Rogers of Keltner was with us last Thursday and reported corn arid tobacco both damagedto some extent in his section from so much rain Mesdames W M Wilmor and C O MOSS were in Columbia stFridaYhavingsom dental work done i iR L Davis anji son of Port land were with us one day7 iasf week and reported every thing moving along nicely inhis section Rev G Y Wilson and his son Paul made a business trip to Breeding last Thursday Mrs Kate Hughes of Colum bia visited her daughter Mrs JAT Diddle several days or last week r r Messrs Altshelier Gof of Horse Cave passed through here last Tuesday on their return fromColurnbivith4 carload Of- mules that they bughttat th- place t Mrs IhC Hinlnian on- Lhe sick lisi severalds iiast we k f Mr James ggff3 1ji1c yule is aganmetiiig iiis cu- stOms witltgreries trq Alt heller Co of Louiivill Succeth 7jj 1 r A G WI 1ir ii- Sf7 7 p i rjl4 Ittn J = s JUDGE ff C BAKERi j ff President Board Trustees y 2 1 IJc 1 L 1 D l p tr t I USIC v In c Fredric who as a of Music has no and few equals in this section of the State 151IL RUSSJLLL 4 4 COlumbia M1F ugh School t 5IST PREPARES FOR BUSINI3SS7TDACfILNG AND COLLEGE i 1 i DEPARTMENT charge1of Ohlenmacher superiors THARTDPARTNTa Competent teachers in Every Department of School fr1i j y l c N tJ r Two Good Boarding Hom2s on College Campus Charge of Mrs R W Shirley RATES VERY REASONABLE I 111 i Term Began Monday Septmeber 3rd Enrole NOW v Vvfv i IDr ALWhtfi ld Priri 1 i2 COLUMBIA = = F = = = KENTUCKY r T1 jr j Mrs Willie Hill the well known milliner of our city is en joying a good trade and as usual has a well assorted stock of goods Missess Mabel and Nell Hind man spent a few days visiting their grandparents in the Mill town community Tl eelectionisonly a few days off and we scarcely ever hear it mentioned No excjtemen whatever and we take it that this will be one of the very quiet ones As to the primdry our Democrats can support the suc cessful one for it goes without saying they are all good men Quite a number from this place attended Childrens Day at Big Creek Church last Sunday and reported a large attendance and a very good time Our people very glad that RevGY Wilson was returned to this circuit for we are sure our town has been made better by havingrhimand Mrs Wilson with us Messrs Jesse Breeding arid J CH mtonofN was in our town lasfe Friday and reported 1 the corn crop in their section very much damaged from the re cent rains Mr Iibgston of IIrseCav who makes this section in the inr t retcif Louisville Tobacco Warehouse was with us pne day last week riddidt not give our dealersmuch encouragenient in thewaiQfbuyiIlgtl present CroD af even much lower prices than tobacco sold aflast season Human odM ks A Tle of horror ws toldi by inarks of hunIvil3lood in the home gf J VlK Williams aif wellknown merchant of BaedSr lie wites twenty years ago 1 sseyere hemprrhago of the lungs ber ga itiSiWSIt dm r9 mained orrhaEei Gbroiiic Coug Settled oldi ai1 rijs and i8 the on1y- kr4oWh c44for Weak Dj Every ktud nbed by T MS PwOJ r f r p f t 44i r it J ilJ 4 1t l 1 h lfI fz J k ri0it j Ji iif i TEACHERS ASSOCIATION r The following is the program of the Teachers Association to beheld at Milltown Saturday Oct j 20th 1906 Music Invocation to cultivate intellect Bhirley1JEducation of the senses Prof Huffaker Berths Hamilton The value of imagination to a pupil and to the teacher Finis Thurman Nora Bradshaw Ethel JonoverS The value of Atheletic Training Miss Taylor Margaret Walker IdaTraylor The advantages and disadvant ages of ridicule in school =Byron I Montgomery Dallas Firquin NOON How to teach and Patriotism E V Thompson Irehe Yates Edgar Bradshaw The Intellect Sensibility and WillR RMOSS jDoes a pupil do better work under individual training or in a class with his l1qwsStel1a Conover Ed Kinn ird The value of observation arid how to cultivate this powers Nannie Rowe R L Campbell Reviews tlhelr v lueliow should we give them and how often feearl Hindman Jo hit Pickett Bertha Breeding The value of Liteaturehielfc- ultureGeorgi Shelton Mollie Hunter All subjects Will be open for general disc ssloIl by the Aso Ciation Alt te chefs belonging t6 this Assocition are ieJt1 fed Q bet present and to re pnjipi mptl to the part assigned hem RR Moss Chairmn- GEORGIA SimiToPresP- EARL IINDMAM V 1 SpevlI s Isla rtd Torture5 s ja no worae than the terrible cafe Of Pi1 that affliotedine 10 years Tb- I wa advised to uciuz rni ea Salve and lean than one box perma nently euedrne write t 4aper of 17 rr J- Pi Thz irSonaIIii 8l ife J dtggiji I p icr c1lt p j Secretary Jt SI f r YEAR Philanthropy r t TOli be in Charge of Miss Sallie Baker recently a Student in the Art Academy of Cincinnati the in are the had P Lebanon Steam Laundry l REED MILLER COLUMBIA l-I i AGENTS TOR THIS V SECTION I I This one 6fthe Best an most Reliable Landries intner State Send them your lmen and the work will be promptly and neatly executed E i i W R Johnson Prop LIBANONKENTUCKyt r Buggies I j Wheat Drills Winter Oats and All KinsorSale ip J U PO ElPS IJI1IJ fl Jamestown Kentuk COLUMBIA MOTOR CAR COMPANY r United States Mail Line f 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