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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rSf5 i lS F 1 J- f al t r J ii t b4it onn111 1 t Ino a f h VOLUME 9 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER2Vt KENTUCKY GAME LAWS When Where and Under What Cir- cumstancesl You May Go HuntingNow for the hunter is fast approaching the newspaper offices are besieged with information as to the game laws of Kentucky Squirrels and rabbits are protected by the act of 1904 which makes it unlaw ful to kill them between September 15th and November 15th The Kentucky laws especially pro tect the quail partridge and pheasant which may be eaetn only by the hunter and his family and which under no cir cumstances may be caught or killed by means of a net trap box or snare and then may not be shot except beginning with November 15th for the rest of the year They are protected between Jan uary 1st and November 15th The woodcock is protected between February 1st and June 20 Wild geese and wild duck between April 1st and August 15th The dove is protected between February 1st and August 1st The thrush meadow lark finch martin swallow woodpecker oriole redbird catbird bluebird and all other song birds and birds that destroy insects are protected except where they shall be destructive to the fruit or grain crops The penalties provided for violating the game laws are from 5 to 50 according to the offense- BACHELORS Vs OLD MAIDS The thought occurred to me the other day to figure out if I could with the aid of common sense and the surrounding environments why it is that there are so many case hardened old bachelors in this who have never succumbed to the charms of the fair sexso many of which inhabit this land of ours These fellows have hardened their hearts and stiffened their necks for the past 35 or 40 years withstanding every proposi tion from a feminine standpoint and never thinking seriously of casting their lot with some fair maid who wouldmake his home a little heaven on earth and in later years their noble sons and daughters would bring honor and prestige to the family name But now these same fellows who might have been living a happy life are sitting around the streets watching the pretty women go by and haunching boys in the side barely out of his teens telling him that Theres an opening for him when the man himself ought to be seeking after a chance instead of putting such nonsense into the boys headBut the old gentleman feels as if its all up with himhe has passed the border J line He doest know anymore how to court a girl than a hog knows how to fly Hes never had any experience along that line and his awkwardness is painful to behold A man who has passed the age of 50I years and is still an old bachelor has certainly had one or two things to hap pen to him during life He must have been mighty timid and bashful in his young days or else some girl has made him believe she thought the world and all of him and then cast him off after she had stolen his heart leaving him a sadand dejected man but muchwiser in love affairs- Bachelordom may be a bliss to some men but when it comes down to plain facts such a state of living is little toton own own socks and maybe cook sometimes Not many days the writer overheard a conyersation between some girls who were not very old and not exceedingly young One of them exclaimed I wouldnt marry the best man on the face of the earth and then another chimed in Theme my sentiments I i C t t J1 r thought to myself right then that Id hate to be the man to pop the question to either of them if I didnt want to get a deal on my hands right there and thenSome girls say that marriage never entered their mind well maybe it dident because its been there all the time Theres not much use of a fel low being a bachelor in this country if he has any inclination to splice and then the thing will be helped along by the young woman if she knows the man is in earnest Giving the devil his dues all along the line the thought of an old maid sitting in the corner snuffing ashes with a cat as her company looms up in the distance of the minds vision Most of them say they never lov ed and never was loved a very apt an swer to a question on that point from the male sex but there are never many true believers of such stuff be cause it is not womans nature to be unkind and not loving when an old maid gets past redemption into the realms of a mans love the Lord for give her dreary and desolate lifeF A FORMER COLUMBIAN Mr R L Purdy is moving this week into his new business house next to the t new Masonic Temple This is one of the prettiest business houses in the city and naturally Mr Purdy who is one of our most energetic business men is very proud of his new quarters The building is 100 feet deep 17 feet wide and twostory Up stairs will be usep for the stock as well as most of the downstairs the rear of the lower room being used by the workmen The stair way is well arranged and plenty of light is to be had It is a modern structure and is undoubtedly one of the most uptodate and convenient harness saddle and buggy establish = ments in Central KentuckyMarion Falcon SERIOUS ACCIDENT NARROWLY AVERTED Last Sunday as Mrs Bettie W But ler and Mrs Rose D Starks were driv ing on the Campbellsville pike near the residence of Mrs McLean the horse be came frightened at an automobile and after the machine passed made a fran tic effort to run away After the la dies alighted the horse began running and succeeded in overturning the vehi cle two or three times but was check ed by Mr J L McLean before any se rious accident occurred MULES RUNAWAY A team of mules belonging to Mr Harry Chilson became frightened at a bicycle in front of the Hancock Hotel Friday morning and dashed up Burkes ville street to the square and then in to the iron fence in front of Mrs Bet tie W Buttlers residence Fortunately the mules were but slightly injured THANKSGIVING ENTERTAINMENT The band boys will give an entertain ment on Thanksgiving evening An unusually good program will be pre pared and the public is assured of a pleasant occasion PURCHASES RESIDENCE Mr J H Pelly of Pelleyton pur chased a house and lot on the Somerset road near the roller mill from W R Myers for 1000 Mr Pelly will remove to Columbia at an early date WILL MOVE TO ETOWN Rev S G Shelly and wife will move to Elizabethtown Tuesday As Mr Shelly is presiding elder it is more con venient for him to be located there Marion Falcon J Governor J C W Beckham will address the voters of Adair county at too court house Thunt a1 Nov 1st f COOPERATION MEETING Of the Christian Churches of Adair OctoberI The Cooperation meeting of the Christian churches of Adair county which will be held at Glensfork this county promises to be a very interest ing gathering Below will be found the program 1 Devotional 2 Address by F J BargerThe Fu ture of the Country ChurchesB F Phelps Alternate 3 The Bible Basis of GivingTobias Huffaker Leslie Bottom SATURDAY MORNING 9 OCLOCK 1 Devotional 2 Spiritual Uplift of SongZ T Williams and wife 3 Bible School Open Parliament 1 Its ImportanceJ B Dudley 2 Its TeachersHorace Jeffries 3 Its NeedsOlie Taylor 4 Spiritual Helpfullness of the Lords SupperMrs Z T Williams SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1 Devotional 2 Reports from the Churches 3 Reports from Evangelists 4 How to have Revivals open par hamentl PreparationLeslie Bot tom 2 Character of PreachingU- L Taylor 3 ResultsB F Phelps SATURDAY NIGHT 7 P M 1 Devotional 2 The Dignity of the Christian Life Tobias Huffaker 3 The Pyramid of Christian Virtues Z T Williams Sermon Sunday morning dinner on the ground Saturday SUCCESSFUL MEETING CLOSED The revival services which have been in progress at the Christian church in this city for about two weeks closed last Friday evening The pastor Eld Z T Williams was ably assisted by Eld P S King of Millersburg Ky whose sermons throughout the meeting were unusually strong and forceful in the presentment of divine truths The song service led by Eld Williams was an excellent feature of the meeting and was much enjoyed by all There were six additions and the membership as a whole greatly revived JtB STOCKTON DEAD Mr J B Stockton a prominent druggist and stockman of Edmonton Ky passed away at that place last Wednesday death being due to heart and stomach trouble The deceased was seventytwo years of age and one of the most highly respected citizens of Metcalf county Mr Stockton was an uncle of the late James A Mitchell who was a district attorney for the L N railroad for several years priori to his death THANKS To the many friends of the News who met our representative at the Rus sell Circuit Court and contributed finan cial aid we tender our thanks The patronage the paper gets from the many good citizens of Russell county is worth much to its existence and we trust the paper will continue to merit the unstinted patronage it has received from the many good citizens of that county A MOVING MAN Frank Judd is one of the moving men of this section Within the last eleven years he has removed to the state of Illinois thirteen times and twice to Missouri Be usually remains in the foresaidj states about three months but on several occasions has become dis satisfied and returned inside of three weeks While here he longs for the rich rewards in the fertile sections of the above states but after arriving there those charms seem to take flight and the love of the Old Kentucky Home with its clear waters and other at tractions take possession of him and he soon returns to his native heath DR W E LESTER Dr W E Lester one of Russell countys best young men who is thor oughly up in Dentistry has removed from Jamestown to Liberty where he is now practicing his profession We have known Mr Lester for several years and have that confidence in his ability determination and adaptation to his profession to believe that he will prove himself of great value to any section of country in which he chooses to work The people of Casey county will doubtless recognize the worth of his skill and his standing as a gentle man on short notice CONCRETE WALKS Mr J O Russell is having a con crete walk put down at his residence on Jamestown street The work is being done by Mr Carl Buchanan of Greens burgWm Brooks is making a walk for Mr Henry N Miller in front of his property on Burkesville street We understand that a number of con crete walks will be made in the near future MAKING GOOD IN KANSAS The many friends in Adair county of Mr Lee J Tayior will be glad to learn that he has been elected principal of the Jefferson Kansas graded schoolat a nice salary Mr Taylor was a stu dent in the LindsayWilson and after wards taught the Gradyville public school He is an honorable and up right young man and will make a suc cess in anything he undertakes THOROUGHBREDS SHIPPED TO ADAIR Mr Wm Coleman recently bought two thoroughbred mares and shipped them to this county where they will be broke and put to the ordinary use to which the general purpose the horse is heir They proved a little slow for the shifting scenes and uncertainties of the race course They are now in the pos session of Wm Johnson and brother near feadberry vi GINSENG HARVESTED Messrs A H Judd Lester Dudgeon and W H Jones of the Cane Valley section dug about two hundredand fifty pounds of seng from their gardens last week The market price on this amont is about 1500 These gentle men have reset their gardens with two year old roots and next year is expect ed to be a record breaker in this line GOOD ROADS One of the main questions billed for discussion at the Farmers Institute on the 12 and 13th of November in Col umbia is the good road proposition- At that time unless all signs fail the roads will be so bad that many will fail to get here At any rate every member of the Fiscal Court and every other progressive citizen should attend PAPERSiWe are printing twentyfour hundred copies of the News Allowing five readers to the copy weare furnishing twelve thousand people readingr matter Pretty good advertising me dium isnt ittjv Gov J C W Beckham will speak at the courthouse iriColumbia Thursday November 1st ae 1 oclock p m 1ii ROCK CRUSHER TO BE STARTED Preparations Being Made to Have the Machine in Operation in a Few Days Last Monday morning a crew of hands were put to work making a road fromGreensburg street to the stone quarry located on Allen Walkers prop erty and as soon as this is completed the crusher will be placed in position and work begun City Marshall Smith has charge of a force of hands getting out the stone an engine has been secured from Mr John Cunnings of Sparkesville and car penters will be set to work at once making a rock bin The Council is evidently in earnest and before many moons we may look for metal covered streets and square MF COLLEGE An hour with Haendel was given by the young ladies of Mr Ohlenmach ers Musical History class to the entire Musical department last Friday after noonThe biography of Haendel was written by Miss Alice Walker and read by Miss Elizabeth Rowe Miss Betsey Hancock having written an article on the In terpretation of the works of George Frederick Haendel read it pefore the class Mr Ohlenmacher delighted his pupils with seyeral of Haendels most celebrated compositions including his Largo from Xerxes and the fa mous Dead March The hour was pleasantly as well as profitably spent and all are looking forward with pleas ure to An hour with Scarlatti and Gluck which will be given in two weeks GOOD INDICATION The investment by our conservative citizens in business and residence prop erty is a very good indication of the faith of the citizenship in this city Their advance has been gradual but it has only been in keeping with the gen eral prosperity that has been prevalent in our city People who formerly re sided here on their return visits are quick to see the change in conditions There is an atmosphere of good times prevalent RECITAL A recital will be given in the Chapel of the LindsayWilson School Saturday evening at 730 by Miss Grace Meek assisted by Miss Hattie May Penland If you enjoy an intellectual treat be present TEACHERS PAID The first installment of the county school teachers salaries were paid to them Saturday morning by County Superintendent Mrs Georgia R Shel ton The Sheriff of this county has given timely notice of what may be expected in the near future with all who fail to pay tax before the first of November The Sheriff will not be to blame if you allow yourself to go on the delinquent list Eld J Q Montgomery closed a ten rwnights meeting at Liberty lastl night I and leaves tomorrow to begin meet ing in Lincoln countyCasey j County News The foundation for the Cane Valley bank has been put down an4tsoon as thebrickkiln cools out gjnin earnest 3 11 tr GaitheI courthouseNov 1 at 1pm Li 4 nk 1- r 1 r 1 LEAD POISONINGS Chas Rounds the painter has been having an experience that he would gladly have sidetracked The fumes of turpentine carrying lad in dan gerous quantities put him to sleep and doctors nurses and friends failed to arouse him until after twentyfour hours He is convalescent now and thinks he will be back to business again soon yet he falls asleep easily and re quires a vigorous shake to arouse him To those who have seen the action of lead and turpentine on the human sys tem there is no question as to the cause of his weaknessCalifornia Courier Mr Rounds is a son of Mr and Mrs L L Rounds of this city and has a large acquaintenance in Adair and Cum berladd county FARM FOR SALE We are authorized to sell one of the finest farms in Adair county 260 acres is in the limestone belt good strong land produces fine hay corn wheat oats and one of the best burley tobac co farms in the county Is also a fine stock farm with eight or ten fine never failing springs Good 8 room house with fine cistern and well at door and cave spring with rock spring house close by Four good barns and three good cribs This farm is located in one of the best neighborhoods of the coun ty close to school church and post office and 5 miles West of Columbia Call on or address T A and M M MURRELL Admrs 41tf Columbia Ky PAID LIST iThe News Honor Roll Is Your Name Written There W G Montgomery A G Wilmore T L Hulse C H Yates Larkin Had ley Geo F Rexroat J W Wooldridge Levi Wheat Sam Aarons M T Thomas Charles Herriford C H Campbell J 0 Holt E Moore S B Collins R L Connor G S Blankenship E J Walters Jo Carnes Uriah Selby Eliza J Kimbler M F Upton W G B Flanagan S S Kinnett John Wheat Mrs Jno Crisp Otha Wells J H Barger J E Snow J C Keeton Mrs Linnie Stubbs J H Young James Cooley Tobias Huffaker Finis Thurman H A Buchanan Arthur Taylor E A Strange Mrs Woodson Kerr Wm Lindley J W Squires MARRIAGE LICENSES The following have secured pemits to wed since our last report Henry Farlee to Mrs Mary J Con overOtha Kelsay to Miss Verdia Collins- G Pat Burress to Miss Mattie E Reighard to Miss Mattie MontgomerySimon to Miss Minnie Blair Henry L Bryant to Miss Mamie Ayers Pete Burress to Miss Elby Calhoun Rufus Holt to Tiney Redman Persons owing taxes for the year 1906 and are not satisfied with the amount might do well to wait Until Nov ember 1st at which time6 percent pen alty 6 per cent commission and 6 per cent per annum interest will be added also 50 cents to County Court Clerk and 50 cents to Sheriff for issuing and col lecting tax warrant It will increase the price from 150 115 W B PAT ESON S AC Some weeks ago Mrs J D Flowers cut a small gash into her thumb and iit was given no more than passing notice until a few days since the injured member began to swellcausing her great pain Sunday Dr ClRussell lanced the thumb and at prej sent Mrs Flowers is resting easy T 4 Y 2Hp I i I J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 24 1906 F To the Voters of the Eleventh Congress ional Districtr I am a candidate for Repre sentative in Congress from this the Eleventh Congressional Dis trict of Kentucky And inas much as the Democratic Conven tion which honored me with its nomination did not formulate a platform of principles upon which I should go before the people ask ing their support it may not be inappropriate for me to say in this circular letterform some thing of what I shall stand for in case the people of this district should elect me Furthermore those who may feel it their duty to cast their ballots for me and whom I have not had the pleas ure of meeting personally may wish to know something of who and what I am I have therefore decided to address the people and voters of this district in this way as it would be an utter impossibility for me to see or address all the voters of this district even though I should ride night and day from now until the elec tion I therefore beg the voters who may receive one of these circular letters to judge me in what I have to say in that broad spirit of charity which we as citi zens of this great mountian coun try of Kentucky always have for one another In many of the counties of this distrct and elsewhere in the State in this and other districts embracing many counties there has grown up a system of gov erning parties and through part ies the people know as machine ring or clique government It is not limited to this district nor to Kentucky but is common to all the States of our Union By this machine system a few shrewd andsometimes unscrupulous men are placed in positions of trust and power in party organiza tions and sometimes they use their offices to defraud the peo pIe of their choice in the selec tion of party candidates Fre quently it happens that when party candidates unfit for office go before the people for their en dorsement in general elections and the people vote for other and better candidates these same machines rings and cliques de fraud the people of their rights violate the sanctity of the ballot box and by means of false cer tificates and returns destroying ballots and committing perjury bring in peril the very existence of our government which rests and must rest if it continues upon a free and untrammeled ballot and a fair and honest count of tfea ballots cast by honest men Whether this condi tion of affairs exists in this dis trict or in any counties ofL this district JJie intelligent voter must decide for himself If such J a condition of affairs exists the honest voter may approve or re jest as to him seems best IA f my candidacyjatjthis time means anything itmeans opposition to partyftgovernmentt If I should be elect edmy election world mean- smore than ranything else the t oVzhrow of 9 t Tmachme sys r- r f r tern and thereby I should hope a purification of the ballot Along with this system and most frequently as a part of it has grown up the system of con gressional appointments to Federal offices A man is nominated and elected to Congress In his district there are a great many postmasterships to be distrib uted There are many Federal offices to be filled Commissioners of Internal Revenue and po sitions under them andmany other Federal positions too numerous to mention many of them bearing salaries out of all proportion to the services rendered by the appointees All of these po sitions are filled upon the recom mendation as a rule of a Congressman If there is a machine in this district such as I have described it owes its existence to this system of Congressional appointment to Federal positions Without such appointments to feed upon the machine wouli die in a nights time That is a dangerous system I most firmly believeIt such a system as induces a man when promised wellpay ing Federal position to commit various frauds against the peo ple for him whom his self inter est prompts him to support And when men in control of the party machinery receive practic ally all of the Federal appoint ments we most natuaally look with some suspicion at the com mission of him who has the appointing power where such com mission has been awarded by those who expect to benefit by his selection If such a machine exists in this Congressional District my election would mean the destruction of the machine There are many great national questions that must come up before the next Congress chief among which is the question of Foreign Immigration More than a milllion souls from foreign countries are coming each year within our borders Many of them are ofvery undesirable character Ishall if elected advocate the passage of such laws as will insure the admission to our citizenship ofsuch migrants only as are honest an intelligent and have some love for our system of Republican Government This county should not be made a penal colony or a dumping ground for the rest af the world The question of Federal regu lation of railroad rates in Interstate Commerce is one of the most vital importance especially to our mountain people the value of whose products is determined by the rate at which it can carried to the consumer Thes- eS S tes should be fixed by an im partial commission having power to enforce immediately its reg ul tOnS and if elected I shall favo amendatory legislation for tha purpose I shall hope thereby tenable such of our people as haa coal and timber for sale to obtWp reasonable and fa prices foirfche same I believe the time has co when ayralaId should be jf w2YJef i 4it i rJj ltIi t tts given to the building of Public Highways Good roads are one of the requirements of any great civilized people In our mountain country the difficulties to be encountered in building good roads places their cost out of proper proportion to the wealth of our people and if elected I shall advocate the appropriation of Federal revenues to aid in the construction of highways where such roads are necessary and be yond the means of the localities where needed In this connection I may also say that I shall favor and urge with all power the extension of the free rural delivery system in this Congressional District I think it is shameful that a section of our country which has given so many of its sons to fight its countrys battles in every war in which we have been engaged should be so neglected in this respect as has been this Congressional District In my opinion a law should be enacted by Congress which would refuse a Federal license or its equivalent an internal revenue tax receipt for the sale of intoxicating liquors in districts where local option has been voted by the people Intoxicating liquors are the cause of a large percent age of the crimes commited in this country and where the peo ple of a community vote in favor of prohibiting the sale of such liquors the strong arm of the Fed eral Government should aid such community in preserving its man hood instead of providing shield for violators of the law If elected to Congress I shall advocate the passage ofa law to this effect Time and space forbid a more extended statement of my po sition on public questions I can merely say that all myhopes an interests are bound up in the people of this district I was born andraised here My people live here and I expect when my tim comes to be buried in the moun tains of Kentucky and to the extent of my ability I shall i elected be glad to extend m assistanceTo voters in the district with whom I am not personally acquainted I will say I was born in whitley County on a farm nea Williamsburg in 1850 I worked on the farm until I was grown havedin my coun ty After I was grown I attend gYe ting from that institution in 1876- I practiced medicine in Will iamsburg from 1876 to 1887 Since then I have been connected in various capacities with a number of enterprises engaged in de veloping the resources of this section of Kentucky I am Pres obef aicol lege supported by the Baptist church My father and mother and my grandfather and grandmother were all born lived and died and are buried in Whitley county 0 Finally I ask the support of all good men who think that m election would advance the cause itof right and justice and I promise if elected to serve my peo mpie to the best of my ability IA GATLIFF t l f Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it im parts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c olY t ti cr t jL TABLE MANNERS IN 1629 An account of hospitality in 1629 gives a good idea of the manner in which a country gentle man of the period lived Dinner and supper were brought in by the servents with their hats on a custom which is corroborated by Fynes Moryson who says that being at a knights house who had many servants to attend him they theirbheads covered with blue caps After washing their hands in a basin they sat down to dinner and Sir James Pringle said grace The viands seemed to have been plentiful and excellent big pot tage long kale bowe of white kale which is brashasoppe powdered beef roast and boiled mutton a venison pie in form of an Thenbthey had cheese cut anduncut theafeast was the most curious thing about it The tablecloth was removed and on the table were put a tow el the whole breadth of the table an dhal the length of it a basin and ewer to wash then a green ofdof beer set on the carpet then a little long lawn serviter plaited over the corner of the table and downealso on the table then be there the boys to say grace the first thefprayerSfor a blessing of Gods church The good man of the house his parents kinfolk and the whol- company then do drink hot wat 1err so at supper then to bed the collation which is a stoupe of all Scottish Review II THE CATS OF VENICE A recent hailstorm in Venice is credited with results for which dwellers in congested por tions of the cities in some other countries would be grateful The downpour was almost un precedented in volume and the hailstones are stated to have been as large as pigeons eggs Now in few cities does the num ber of homeless cats amount to such a veritable plague as it doe in the city of the Doges and the large hailstones pouring down on the roofs like bullets are stated to have slain such numbers of the feline outcasts that for a time at least the nuisance is at an end Hundreds are said to GlobeYA cold is much more easily cured when the bowels are open Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar opens the bowels and drives the cold out of the system PageColumbia i f Needles Parts and Supplies for Both Wheeler Wilson and Singer Machines SOLD ONLY BY SINGERSEWINC MACHINE CO INCORPORATED C C MOLT Representative COLUMBIA KY Sour StomachNo nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol relieves indigestion This new discov ery represents the natural juices of diges tion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known and reconstructive properties KodoltomcI dyspepsia does not only relieve in and dyspepsia but this famous remedy helps all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Ball of Ravei sad W Va says was troubled with sots amach for twenty years Kodol cured me and ws are sow using it in milk for baby Kodol Digests What You latBottles only Relicvs indigestion soar stcmsch- belchin cf 5 as etc Prepared by E C DcWtTT CO OHICAGO eANIDEAL- VACATION TRIPTO YELLOWSTONE PARK Personally Conducted SPND YOUR MONY IN THIS COUNTRY of Trip IIItinerary Cripple Creek 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 Expenses of an ordinary trip of this nature has been fully con sidered andminimized so as to be allsSPECIAL SLEEPERS will leave Louisville Night of July 25 For full particulars Write J H GALLAGHER 1907 Barret Avenue Louisville WILHORE HOTEL Firsts lass Table Good Sample Room- sFeedStable Reasonable Rates W M WILMORe rioQtjadyviUe Kentucky WISEMAN SON IDiamonds and Precious Stones I Jewlers and Opticians tIf Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line 7F Oposite Music Hall IBetS D Crenshaw VETINERY SURGEON Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or sur gical work done at fairprices I am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMBIA POINTMENT ItTHE PATTESON HOTEL No better place can be found than the above nam ed HOTEL It is NEW ele gantly furnished and the Itable supplied at all times with the best the market affordsFeed in Connection J B Patteson Pro Jamestown Kentucky i I s =Coffins AND Caskets ofCoffinssold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it patronize J E Snow Russell Springs tit L lI TiJ E 2 J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 24 1906 Planing Mill Co Columbia Kentucky Keeps constantly on hand all kinds o- fFinishinglumlerBuildingMaterial MOULDINGS AND FANCY- BRACKETS In fact everything kept by a FIRSTCLASS PLANING MILL Orders Promtly Filled Satisfaction gauranteed Call on or address the PLANING MILL COMPANY = = = KentuckyColumbia = I CARRY ALL HEIGHTS IN STOCK Dehler Brothers 3 tncn If IN tI 1 16 E Market St II Louisville i 4 Send for Catalogue sEUW090 FIELD FEflCE STANDARD 7IY1E IN SIX UEIG8T56Tw LUMBERJPTED We are in the market tor Lumber at our Columbia Yard Wepjve fair In spection and pay highest sash prices Give us a Trial Standard Saw Mill Go B F RfiK sTft WIManag6rE ft NEWBERRy yard Foreman Enterprise Hotel Chas F Gans Bro Props i 223243 W Market St Bet Floyd and Preston Louisville Kentucky RATES 100 Per Day lAbsolute satisfaction guaranteed Special rates to Boarders = a 8 The Louisville Trust CornerCornLOUTSTILLE KY Organized uuder a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a generai trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin istrator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every position of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN A FURNITURE CHAIRS AND MATTRESSESa l I KyBST f I tJti 2 rr- Jf fl i HEARST ACCEPTS DEM OCRATIC NOMINATION Outlines In His Letter The Real is sues of The Campaign W R Hearst in accepting the Democratic nomination for Gov ernor of New York outlines in his letter the following para mount issue in the campaign The line is now clearly drawn between special privilege on one hand and equal opportunity on the other The Democratic party purged in this State of corpora tion control and pledged to end the boss control throughwhich corporations act now has an opportunity to serve the people as efficiently as it did in the times of Jefferson and Jackson To do this it is only necessary to be sincerely Democratic and loyal to Democratic principles The attitude that the Dem ocracy shold toward great capi talistic organization now is pre cisely that of Jackson toward the United States Bank which ap peared as a menance in his day The property rights of every man and of every organization of any kind must be respected but today as in the days of Jackson it is necessary to declare that no power shall rise up greater than the Government or menacing the Government The Democrats of today must declare and they must mean that no matter how great the wealth of individuals or corpora tions that wealth must not be an irresponsible dominating pow er in government Etown News If an article is imitated the original is always best Think it over and when you go to buy that box of salve to keep around the house get De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It is the original and the name is stamped on every box Good for eczema tetter boils cuts and bruises and especially recommended for piles Sold by Dr J N Page Co lumbia Ky THE STRANGER IN PARIS No one is ever quite free from its meshes Have you been in Paris At a hotel or lodging house of any sort Then you have seen again and again one of the mysterious secretbpolice Usually he is an old white man dressed in rusty blackred of nose and quickeyedso hum ble a little man that you might easily overlook him A small ink bottle hangs by a string from his waistcoat and a yellow penhold- er is thrust in between two of the buttons He slips into the hotel or lodginghouse and copies the names from the register If you ask him who he is he will probably whisper Ive come for the census It is a tradition Always too he has a box of snuff A friendly little manfull landlordIInews arrivals and so prying and gossiping skis days pass At night in his little flat he copies out his list of names and writes his reports If you come often to Paris or stay longespecially if you fre quent the company of politicians or roguesthese reports make quite a little book in time which is filed away in the police ar chives Some very interesting r1v I biographies of eminent Americans are to be found there I as sure you Vance Thompson in The ThiefTakers of Paris in MagazineWHAT NOT DO What Congress did not do is embraced in a slip the Dem ocratic Committee is sending out through its secretary Charles A Edwards These are a few of the things not done It rejected the Tillman bill to prevent contributions by cor porations to party campaign funds although that excellent bill passed the Senate It rejected the Williams bill to reduce the tariff on all articles on which the duty now exceeds 100 per cent the Philippine tariff bill and all other tariff proposi tionsIt rejected the antiinjunction bill which had passed the House of Representatives unanimously on May 2 1902 It rejected the eighthour bill after the Committee on Educa tion and Labor has reported it favorablyIt the bill relating to suits for injures brought by em ployes of railroad and mining corporationsIt the billrelating to contempts in Federal Courts and providing for trial by Jury in cases of indirect contempt- It rejected the bill relating to hours of labor of railroad em ployesIt rejected the La Follette amendment to the railroadrate bill proposition indorsed by or ganized labor declaring the liability of employers for injuries to employes while engaged in the performance of duty and passed a separate bill opposed by organ ized labor styled the employers liability bill It rejected an amendment to the railroad rate bill to provide for excluding watered stock from the valuation put upon railroads by the Interstate Commerce Com mission in determining reason able compensation for capital in vestedIt another amend ment to the same bill intended to prevent judges having a personal interest in railroad eases from sitting in j sucbcasesIt rejected the Bailey amend ment to the same bill intende- to revent Federal Judges from enjoining restraining or setting aside orders of the Interstate Commerce Commission fixin reasonable rates It rejected the Immigration BillIt defeated the Beveridge amendment to the Agricultural Appropriation Bill requiring the beef packers to pay expenses of Federal inspection and placed the cost of such inspection on the taxpayersIt a bill to untax build ing material for stricken San Francisco and the Republicans of California have since indorsed such a bills Keep the bowels open when you have a cold and use a good remedyto allay th inflammation the mucous membranes The best is Kennedy Laxative Honey and Tar It contains no opiates moves reIliableN Page Columbia Ky ij1i t iA if T COWS MUST HAVE SALT In a recent bulletin from the Wisconsin Experiment Station Dr R M Babcock takes up the question Do cows require salt and answers it in the affirmative his conclusions being reached after a long series of experiments In the summary Dr Babcock says In every case the cows exhib ited an abnormal appetite for salt after having been deprived of it for two or three weeks but no case did the health of the an imal as shown by the general appearance the live weight or the yield of milk appear to be affecteduntil a much longer time had elapsed This period of immunity varied with individual cows from less than one month to more than one year In every case there was finally reached condition of low vitality in which a sudden and complete break down occurred from which re covery was rapid if salt was sup plied This stage was marked by loss of appetite a generally haggard appearance lusterless eyes a rough coat and a rapid decline in both live weight and yield of milk The breakdown was most likely to occur at calv ing or immediately after when the system was weakened and the flow of milk large In gen eral the cow giving the largest amount of milk was the first to show signs of distress They all suffered less in pasture than when confined to the stable The success in these exper iments must be chiefly attributed to the exceptionally long periods during which salt was withheld In no previous tests so far as the writer knows have cows been deprived of salt for more than thirty consecutive days which period is shown to be en tirely inadequate under condi tions which exist at this station The twentythree cows that were deprived of salt in our trials all continued for more than sixty days and several of them for more than six months before any noticeable effect upon their phys ical condition or yield of milk oc curred Farmers Sentinel Life Is Embittered Life is too often embittered by the byhforms No other disease covers such a wide range of symtons or causes such Stomdnausea biliousness constipation fever etc all are due to this one dreadful disease No wonder that thousands are so en disgease by Dr Caldwells laxative Syr up Pepsin It is a most marvelous po tent and universal cure Try it Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back If it fails Is the Moon Inhabited Science has proveb that the moon has an atmosphere whichmakes life in some form possible on that satellite but not for human beings who have a hard enough time on this earth of ours especially those who dont know that Electric Bitters cure Headache Bilious ness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dizziness Torpid Liv er Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weaknesses Unequaled as a General Tonic and Appetizer for weak persons and especially for the Fullyeguaranteed by T E Paull Druggist Price only 50c fcx I have a thoroughbred Jersy Bull ready for service at the W WBrad shaw farm FRANKjACKMAJ 492t ui N Iy t I v 0 t LLfI j if W Everett LesterD- ENTIST l Liberty f Kentucky Hotels Restaurant W N Brlnton So- nProprietors Lund at all HomDiyo Nit COMFORTABLE ROOMS The trade ofjAdairl and adjoining couuties solicited LEBANON KENTUCKY t Dr O S Dunbar DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONENO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky JAMES TRIPLET DENTIST RESIDENT PHONE 29 OFFICE PHONE 40 RING 2 I OFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY i it Ijr l itjl 5 tJrl Dti t if T r t L r titi tFX J IEi RY ll LYr j ia fiA K lC14 r Ive We Help You to Savei and MAKE MONEY Having arranged for exceedingly low clubbing rates with publishers t Jof the best and most popular Publications in the United States Daily Weekly and Monthly we are now ready to nil orders at from Thirty to Fifty per cent less than the re gular prices giving Subscribers fulL benefit of the lowest clubbing ratesj at same time allowing a liberal com mission to Soliciting Agents To advertise our new offers would entail a cost which we save to the Subscriber by asking each reader of this item to send a postal card for Sample Copies of THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER and if so situ ated to do a little agency work during the winter make application for agency It is a fact that THF ENQUIRER offers more and better bargains than may be had from other sources One offer gives 500 Worth for only 200 another gives a Daily paper two Weeklies and two Monthlies for only 175 The Veterinary column of THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is worth from five to fifty dollars to any horse ownerzo1Ir v Write today to Enquirer Company Cincinnati Ohio J ti Devils Island Torture tis no worse than the terrible case q ftPiles that afflicted me 10 years Then I was advised to apply Buchlens Arni ca Salve and less than one box pelnnajf nently cured me writes L S Napier of Ruggles Ky Heals all wounds jBurns and Sores like magic 25c at T a f E Paulls druggist v ao I JIft r ti J F L e c TAE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 24 1906 JJ 4 yc i MerchandiseF Ladies Furnishing Large line of Ladies and Misses Cloaks Jackets Furs Etc FurnishingsClothing Shoes IMensetc etc I b dni 11ttty W Published Every Wednesday BY THE iAdair County NewsCompany INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair slid Adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia UPostoffice as second lass mail matter WED OOT 24 1906s DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Appellate Judge J P HOBSONof county For Congress t DR A GATLIFF of Whitley county Judge S W Hager candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor made a telling speech to a large audience in the court house last Saturday after noon The large court room was well filled and from start to fin ish Mr Hager received the clos est attention His speech in the main was an argument defend ing the present members of the State Administration against the charges of his opponent Attor ney General Hays No one who heard Mr Hager could criticise his utterances against his oppo rent nor fail to appreciate the open fair square way in which he presented the facts now an issue between the two candidates Mr Hager touched every charge made by Mr Hays and so clearly demonstrated the position of the Attorney General as to not leave a doubt in the mind of Democrats that the administration of affairs at Frankfort has not only been honestly but wisely administered r The whole truth is that Mr Hays was shown to be in an awkward position and out of line with Dem ocratic policy and progressive measures That beautiful picture of Kys future her history and achievments made every one present feel that the speaker had not been truant to trust nor un mindful of the greact responsibil ities he seeks tJassume His open declaration that he not only endorsed theexpenditure of money for the results accomplished in bettering educational interests in securing a broader and more liberal policy of extending char ities but that in capacity of Gov ernor encourage the good work 5Q noly1begun elicited hearty f ft Y Lij- r4 1f 1 e J f it M I 1 io4iir f Ward WethingtOnCleme- ntsville = = = = = s Kentucky Sample Shoes GloveS Biggest Line of Sample Shoes and Gloves for Gents Ladies Misses and Children an less than Wholesale Prices Big Line of Furniture Cheap applause The tribute paid to the ladies present and to woman in general was a bright picture of their worth and mission and in dicated his high appreciation of their presence From a Dem ocratic standpoint his speech was all that could be wished Full of argument to show why he- should be the nominee divested of any signs of bitterness against his accusing opponent he held his audience for full one and a half hours Such speeches are the ones that meet the approval- of Democrats in this section and bring good results An unsigned circular has been VhiCh1purports cord of Hon John K Hendrick who is a Demfocratic nomination for Atsorney General Among other things this circular charges Mr Hen drickwith being against Mr Go bel when he was a candidate for Governor Truth in politics is a jewel and every candidate should have a fair deal If we remember the history of that memorable campaign Mr Hen drick made a speech for Goebel and the entire ticket We do remember that Mr Hendrick was one of the lawyers who rep resented Gov Goebel and the other candidates in the contest and if the reports which came from the bedside of Gov Goebel are true it was John Hendrick the trusted friend of Goebel who drafted the proclamation disband ing the soldiers and it was Mr Hendrick that Gov Gobel whisp ered those immortal words I Tell my friends to be brave and fear less and loyal to the great com mon people Does any one who is acquainted with the character of Gov Goebel believe that he would have as his personal friend a man who had votedagainst him We believe in fairness in politics and do not believe that the Democrats will be deceived by an unsigned circular which does not state facts Those who have been saying that Judge Hager is not a speaker are the ones who never heard him His speech here last Sat urday was one of the best that has been delivered in this section or a long time He shows the power of a debater able to take care of himseK and party against the best oneswho may be found in the oppositioftyiegives force and expression ttf his statements I and can hold an audience as long- LX ft 1 l 1tj L I i f as the so called orators As a speaker Judge Hager is no small one Orders will be issued within a few days for the withdrawal of all but 500 of the marines now in Cuba They will be replaced by additional levies of troops drawn from this country until the total force in Cuba numbers about 7000 Brig Gen Bell chief of staff probably will be withdrawn from Cuba within a month or two All of the warships in Cuban waters except two or three ofI the small cruisers are to be or dered away at once A severe hurricane which theIdone big damage though the cutting off of wire communica tion from the Cuban capital and from Miami and other Florida points renders it impossible to get definite information Unus ually high tides were reported at Miami and St Augustine before the wires failed and some streets in both places were inundated The special friends of special candidates are now touring this section to show you why you should vote in the Primary for their favorites Nonehas ever yet called attention to the fact that those in power have ever thought of Democrats in this part of the country except when in need of their votes but they may do better in the future Hon M Ray Yarberry arrived home from the Ninth where he has been making speeches in the interest of the Republican candidate for Congress in that district Mr Yarberry reports that not only the Democratic nominee of that district is certain of defeat but that several aspirants in the Democratic Primary will go down certain The funeral of Mrs Jefferson Davis was held in St Pauls FriIdayher reward While she was the widow of one of the Souths distinguished sons yet her name has not been kept continually the people and she has beforeI quiet happy life ripe age of 80 years Elbert Hargis indicted for complicity in the murder of Dr B D Cox was arrested yesterday at Jackson and lodged in jail1 Judge Riddell declined to hearing Eertilizers and Plows- We are Agents for Globe Fertilizers and Chattannooga Chilled Plows Highest Price paid for Country Produce 7tfl f fE Zr liJiti and the accused will remain in jail pending the appointment by the Governor of a special Judge to try the case It will not be but a few more days before the strength of the next Congress will be known The election in many districts may hold many surprises Dem ocrats are not expecting a Dem ocratic Congress but would not be surprised should it occur Republicans ars making a strong plea to hold power but are working while they tremble In an interview at Chicago Saturday Gov Vardaman of Mississippi stated that if he sue UnitedI aIFifteenth amendment to the Constitution giving the negro equality as a citizen It is 3 to 1 in betting circles in New York against Hearst While the money of gamblers does not always prove a correct guide as to what results will be yet the heavy odds would indi cate that Hughes will win Eleventh District Democrats are men of convictions There has never been any hope of re ward save that which is common alike to all from straight honest Democratic government price is beyond their borders The Louisville Herald seems to be backing Taft for the next de= feat The political heat is increasing in this section HOLMES Tobacco buyers are plentiful in this community The prospect for good prices are better than they have been for quite a while- CampIbusinessRev S Dudgeon preaches at Jericho the third Sunday in each month Mr Gordon Pike of Illinois is visiting his Grandfather Mr J 1E Pike who is very sick Several of the young folks of this place attended the social at Mr Richard Humphreys of Ho vious Tuesday night They all reported a nice time True and tried friends of the family DeWitts Little Early Risers Best for results and best to take Rosy cheeks andsparkling eyes follow the use of these dependable little pills They xlo not gripe or sicken Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia Ky J h thIClementsville Ky Picture frames We can fame your Pictures with finest as well as the cheapest moulding to be found in the market f b 1 MaJ Cathof Bros Lace Curtains The remainder of our great Lace Curtain purchase goes on sale Mon pairshasCurtain buyers so come early before the entire lot is exhausted Prices cut still deeper so if you have Cur tains to buy dont miss this oppor tunity Lace Curtains 3yards lonf 40 inches wide at pretty patterns5ge Lace Curtains 3 yards long 45 inches wide reg 125 quality OQp at Lace Curtains 3 yards long 50 in wide worth 198 at UMilO Lace Curtains 3 yards long 50 in at wide magnificent value 150 Lace Curtain in all popular weaves large line of patterns to select from 9only AMERICAN BEAUTY STYLE 400 Kalamazoo Corset Ce1 Solo Makers Russell Co Sole Agts Columbia Ky HitJWhen Dr W B Caldwell the sage of Monticello first prescribed his great remedy for indigestion constipation and biliousness now known as Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin its suc cess was so great that it made an in stant hit Since then it has been used all over the world and has never failed to duplicate its first successes Try it Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia and Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and j100 Money back if it fails- SPARKSV1LLE Misses Alberta and Gertie Bar din and Flora Moss visited Mrs Z W Bardin Saturday and Sun daySeveral from this place attend ed the singing at Red Hill Sun dayMiss Anner Shives of Rugby spent Thursday night with Miss Nora Bradshaw Mr Tosie McGinnis and wife were transacting business here Friday and Saturday Mr Frank Firkin and wife a fi t N Blankets Comforts Heavier bed covering will be neces sary in a short time Take advan tage of this sale buy now and make a great saving at50c Double Blankets 42 p at65C double blankets46e 1 25 fumble blankets fi Q rat 8blanketsExtra fine wool clankets in white equalforspecial at jrrUU Full size comfort filled with white eSpecIalHandsomely quilted Comforts rich patterns cotnon filled a 200 quali 50onlyFine quality Satin Cumf orts hand somely quilted filled fine white cotton a 250 quality QQ ati I8thwill leave for Mexico in a few daysMrs Jason Yarberry is quite sick at this writing Rev T J Campbell filled his regular appointment at Antioch SundayThe of this section is very good considering the wet weatherThere was a large crowd at the spelling given by Miss Nora Bradshaw at this place Thursday nightMiss Hattie Gilpin and Stella Curry were shopping at Rugby SaturdayMr F Gilpin was in Colum bia Saturday Died on the 16th Annie the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Charlie Stotts Messrs Wint and E M Rowe visitedrelatives in Indiana last week Mr Edd Bradshaw called on a special friend in Breeding Wed nesday night Mrs Pink Corbin is on the sick list IMr C C Rowe who has beenY confined to his bed with fever is able to be out again j s Human Blood Marks A Tale of horror was told by marks of human blood in the home of J W Williams a wellknown merchant of Bac Ky He writes Twenty years ago I had severe hemorrhages of the lungs and was near death when I be gan taking Dr Kings New Discovery It combletely cured me and I have re mained well ever since It cures hem orrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bronchitis and is the only known cure for Weak Lungs Every bottled guaranteed by T E Paul Druggist 50c and 100 Trial bottle free t r t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 24 1906 5 d L UI r tk t J3 1Q vSri e el sf 1 praa rM r iH I c 4 jlH wT i1ri rt j ijtfii 1l awi j At Auction Prices Slaughter Sale of Dry GoodsAt Auction Prices I John A Hobson Greensburg Ky is going to quit the Dry Goods business and needs the floor space for heavy Hardware and other heavy goods that he already has in stock1fH He will make his place of business the ONLY HARDWARE STORE in this section of the State Overcoats Clothing Jackets Long Coats Shoes Hats Dress Goods and Everything in Dry Goods line for LESS THAN FACTORY PRICES E JOHN A HOBSONCREENSBURC KY l iW 1 AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 763 Kalamazoo Corset Co Sole Makers Russell Co Sole Agts Columbia Ky Ie rrrrrrtr EE e lIJ PERSONAL m EeeEEEE EE EE e EtEi E 1 J N Coffey is in Louisville LouisNJames Garnett is attending court at JamestownT is attending James town court George Towles of Greensburg was here Monday Lewis Cabell of Camp Knox was in Columbia Monday A G Moss and wife of Greensburg were here Monday J W Squires of Fry was in Col umbia Tuesday- J S McFarland of Cane Valley was in Columbia Friday Rufus Pulliam of Nell was in Co lumbia Saturday Mr 0 C Pace of Lebanon was here last week Mr W I Meader of Campbellsville was here Saturday W C Penick of Camp Knox was in Columbia Saturday J R Wilkerson of Liberty was in Columbia Thursday James M Hays of Barbourville was in Columbia Wednesday G P Smythe returned from Louis ville Thursday evening Mr W C Grider of Glensfork was in Columbia Friday Miss Nancy K Flowers is visiting relatives at Paducah Ky Hon R L Durham of Greensburg was in Columbia Saturday Mrs Ellen Wheat of Montpelier visited In Columbia last week Mr and Mrs J D Walker attended services at Union Church Sunday Mr Lawson Wilson of Russell Springs was in Columbia Monday Mrs Sallie Walker is visiting Mrs Nona Dohoney near Cane Valley Messrs V M Gowdy B F Rake Cfr straw and B T Marshall of Camp bellsville were here last week Will Hoskins and R T Baker o Campbellsville were here Sunday Mr Robt Chewning and wife of Coburg were in Columbia Saturday eamp11bellsville Mr Thomas J Kratzer and daughter Miss Lola are in Cincinnati this week Hon M Rey Yarbery returned from Eastern Kentucky Monday afternoon- S A Noe of Lebanon representin- the Standard Oil Company was her Thursdays Wm Coleman of Nashville is visit ing Mr and Mrs J R Johnson near Columbia Dr J G Staples of Burmingham Ala reached Columbia Thursdtcy eve ning E L Feese wife and two children visited their old home in Pellyton last weekRobt Young of Burksville visited his brother Mr J H Young in thi city last week Mr and Mrs J F Patteson visited the family of Mr Luther Williams at Montpelier Sunday Dr T L Higginbottom of Creels boro was in Columbia Sunday night enroute for Lonisville Mr and Mrs Joe Coffey Jr ar visiting the latters mother in Camp bellsville this week IMrs L C Hurt Mrs M C Win Mrs Jno D Lowe have re turned from Louisville IMr and Mrs R W Miller of St Cloud Minnesota who have been vis iting in Columbia returned home last weekMiss Josephine Fields who has been visiting relatives in this county for several months returned to Gainesville Texas last week Mr J C Dunbar and daughter pass ed through Columbia Friday enroute for Jamestown from a visit to Indian TerritoryMessrs J Z Pickett S H Murrell J W Burton and P C Caffree wh were on the Federal jury in Louisville have returned home Mrs J A Dulworth of Camp Knox Mrs Woodson Kerr of Campbellsville and Mrs Pinkie Christie are visiting Mrs Malissa Christie in this city Mr H A Buchanan one of Taylo- countys best farmers was in Columbia last Saturday He left the News in debted to him for another year LOCAL Gov Beckham November 1st Boys read the article on the game law in another column Coffey Patteson are advertising a clearing Sale in todays News 1 want to buy 50 barrels of Corn 50if C S HARRIS Born to the wife of Wood Paxton- f Bliss Sunday Octqber21Btaboy i1 t J- ijC xsryI JZiC JH rr- r r FOR SALEMy entire stock of goods are for sale also dwelling house and lot orfchard all out door buildings new and well built good well 2 miles of James town on the Dnnnville road Will sell both together or seperately at a reason able price a large territory for selling goods Call on or address 483t Mrs 1 A Wilson Felix Ky FOR SALE Farm of 150 acres one mile from Gradyville There are two good dwellings two barns and necessary thegtimeber to keep up farm A T Sherrill 471m Gradyville ky Mr C T Bryant who lived in the Eastern end of the county died last Saturday afternoon The deceased was fifty years of age and a good cit izen The remains were interred Sun day in the Foley burying ground in Russell county This Wednesday evening the Worn ans Home Missionary Society will have EsChurch A special program has been preparedand the leading workers will discuss topics of interest to the society Mr O H Morrison of the Sparks ville country lost his family horse Old Bally last week The animal was grazing in the garden when he legeand was shot to be put out of misery FOR SALEMy house and lot on Burkesville street The house and out buildings are in good repair The lot futherlinformation Knifley Ky or T R Stults Columbia One week from today Wednesday the penalties for failure to pay your taxes will be added If you do not set tie with the Sheriff before the date named it will cost you from 150 up Strayed from my farm a brown de- horned Jersey cow with bell on Will pay for her recovery or information aiding me to get her 502t ARTHUR TAYLOR Camp Knox EoMurrell held last Saturday the effects brought fairly good prices Clever George Staples was the auctioneer and as usual did good work It will be to your interest to inspect Ward Wethingtons immense line of WinrWETmNGTONL502t Clementsville Ky f Every farmer in the county should attend the Farmers Institute November 12th and 13th Effect a permanent organization and it willprove of last ing benefit Mrs Joshua Wesley of the Fairplay neighborhood was adjudged to be of unsound mind last Saturday and was conveyed to the Lakeland Asylum Miss Sallie Rey Marcum has accept ed a position as bookkeeper with the Columbia Spectator and J S Stapps roller mill Goy Beckham atthe courthouse Nov lst 4 k i T1r i i 1 t t t FARM FOR SALE I have a farm containing 83 acres good dwelling and all necessary out buildings for sale It is located one and a half miles south of Glenville Price reasonable and terms easy H K WALKUP GLENSFORK Ky 492t FLOUR AND SAW MILL FOR SALE- I have for sale firstclass flour mill in operation also a good saw mill Will sell reasonable Call on or ad dress D J BOWEN 453m Knifley Ky m1 n d 476JCalllzoO Russell Co- Columbia Sole Agents KyI SUPERSTITIOUS THIRTEEN If you are superstitious about the number 13 you had better give us your quarter dollars for on each one are 13 stars 13 letters in the scroll of the eagles beak 13 arrow heads and 13 letters in the word quarter dollar Now its not safe to keep them so just bring them in and get youry subscription for the full amount BRICK We have plenty of good brick for sale one mile South of Russell Springs on the Creelsboro road 50tf WILLIS RICHARDS SON Mrs Rounds is enrolling her 1906 07 class of vocal and instrumental music pupils The classroom will be in her residence at the Christian College 502t Three English Berkshire and Poland China gilts for sale They are fine and will make choice brood sows Callor write at once E W REED COLUMBIA 502tII will pay 70 cents per bushel for good wheat and 50 cents for corn or will exchange flour and meal at mill or at exchange in Sinclair buildingJ A few days of Sunshine was followed by the showers of autumn Lucky are the ones who put their wheat in the earth last week Eld Z T Williams removed Monday to property near the M F High School that he recently purchased from L V Hall I have ground all of my old wheat and the price of flour will be 82 per 100 wholesale or 220 retail i JS STAPP 1j r r JtVr r f I ClearingUp Sale WHOLESALE = = PRICES We have a large lot of the following articles that we will close out at wholesale prices in order to reduce stock Ladies and Misses Cloaks Ladies and Children Gloves Ladies Corsets Fascinators Hoods And other Knit Goods Mens and Boys Clothing A Big Line of Hats and Other articles too numerous to mention In fact we have goods in every Department that must be sold and we pro pose to let them go cheap First come first to be benefit ed Coffey Patteson v SUCCESSORS GHES TOI If you are Interested In an UptoDate Stylish Hats Come and see me I have a large and Handsome Assortment of Milli nery Goods and the Prices will PleaseYou are Cordially Invited to in spect my stock before purchasing Mrs Sallie Bradshaw FOR SALEMy new 6 room twcstory dwelling near the Columbia Roller mill Good outbuildings and onehalf acre of land Jno Wallace Columbia Ky 45 tf Simpson American and all othc r brands calicoes 5 cents per yard at WARD WETHINGTONS 502t Clementsville Ky Bennett Wilson are headquarters for fresh meat Beef and pork always on hand Also a line of staple grocer ies 492t I will give 36 pounds of good flour and 11 pounds of bran for good wheat at mill or at my exchange in Sinclair building J S STAPP Pastures have never been better at this season of the year and stock of all kindare doing well Columbia has a less number of brick pressers and chair warmers than any small town in the state City Marshall F T Smith and aj crew of hands are getting up rock for the crusher If a number of cottages were erect ed the rent would pay a good investment Geo H Gowdy is graveling the pike from the public square toward the bridge The enrollment of the two schools after Christmas should reach five hun dred its Eld Tobias Huffaker will Breach at Shiloh the first Sunday in November at 11 oclock Come out Thursday Neber 1st- andhear Gov J G W m Ir i r t J fir FOR SALE OR RENT Freshwater or Walace Miller farm 445 acres 3 miles northeast of Columbia Finest watered place in the county Address S H Newbold 342 West Main St Louisville or J R Hindman Columbia502t PUBLIC SALEOn November 10th I will sell 2 threeyearold mules 1 har ness and saddle mare 10 years old 2 milch cows 10 hogs farming tools honsehold and kitchen furniture 502t T L KNIFLEY Knifley Ky The millinery establishment of the Misses Eubank is receiving an unusu ally liberal patronage They have a large and handsome assortment and will be delighted to have you call rlt There is nothing that will destroy a good bank account so quick as the giv ing of checks and nothing will destroy good credit sooner than failing to give checks I will sell at public auction all of my household and kitchen furniture Satur day October 27th at 10 ocolock at my residence on Burkesville street 50lt E H HUGHES The farmers Institute on Nov 12 and 13th ought to be attended by every member of the Fiscal Court and every other good citizen in this county In another column we publish a card to the voters of the 11th Congressional from Dr A Gatliff the Democratic nominee this season the hunter can shoot IAt but dovesunless he pays a fine of from 5 to 50 t Dipthera is reported in the Sparks ville section One death and other child ren have it in a serious form Columbia hay three banks with total deposits of over 376000 iRock will soon be spreadon the streets j Band entertainment Thanksgiving evening t IWANTEDlOOO three office foot boards ar Beckham at Columbia November 1st 1 VsHAfeft t I uftt i r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OCTOBER 24 1906 Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky Is causing the usual stir in Old Greensburg Has refitted his immense store and filled it with Drygoods Clothing Notions Hosiery and Shoes When others quit he is- isj always there 1500000 Stock of Drygoods f 1000000 Stock of CLOTHING 10000 STOCK OF SHOES 10000 STOCK LADIES AND GENTS FURNISHINGS The greatest Stock of Dress Goods ever seen in Green River section Every one in Adair county is earnestly invited to call Woodson Lewis Greensburg 300 PIANO GIVEN AWAY FREE ONE TICKET With every 50c purchase made at our store Come in and see it Diamonds Watches Jewelry r The Latest and Newest Designs for Christmas Diamond Jewelry Co I 304 W Market St Louisuille Ky 1 Lebanon Steam Laundry I T REED MILLER COLUMBIA AGENTS FOR THIS SECTION This one of the Best an most Reliable Landries in the State Send them your linen and the work will be promptly and neatly executed g E E r W R Johnson Prop LEBANON KENTUCKY M V1 j t- Buggies r Wheat Drills Winter Oats and- All Kinds of Seed For Sale J H PHEL- PSJamestoxvn Kentucky THE NEW BOBBITT HOTEL r Near the Depot LEBANON KY T VI rF NEPVR00hS GOODBEDS GOOD TABLE FARE j I and as Good Accommodations as found anywhere FirstClass in everything and most reasonable in Price The Patronage of Adair count olicited 1 of r trTproprietors i I T 11 j j I 1 Y Arj- f r- 4 IFOLK ON RAILROADS Would Have Roads Regulated Like Banks Governor Folk came out today in advocacy of a policy of more stringent government supervis ions of railroads as a substitute for the policy of Government ownerships advocated by William J BryanThe favors a govern ment control similar to the pres ent control of National banks by the Federal Government but op poses actual ownership The speech is considered all the more significant inasmuch as Governor Folk traveled with Mr Bryan on his special yesterday and spoke from the same platform In ad dition they held long conferences I on the issues of the day and pre sumably discussed Mr Bryans advocacy of Federal ownership- A city or town is a business corporation and all the munici palites of the state should have the power to purchase own and operate any public utility when ever they see fit to do so said the GovernorWhether municipal ownership is wise or not depends upon con ditions in each particular case In some instances it is manifestly the proper thing In others ow ing to different circumstances it might be unwise LAWSI laws in the state and nation for control of public service corporations is manifest If there were a Comptroller i of Railroads appointed by the President subject to removal at pleasure with absolute power to suspend Directors or officials of interstate railroads violating the laws to appoint receivers to take charge of the road until the operators could furnish sufficient guarantee of more responsible management the results would be to remedy evils now existing in railroad affairs In other words give the Comptroller of Railroads the power over railroads that the Federal Government now ex ercises through the Comptroller of the Currency over national banks The Federal Government can require a license from inter state railroads subject to revo cation by the Comptroller What is needed is more plenary power in some official to correct abuses in railroad matters as in the case of banks In the Federal gOVlernment to enact laws than it is to enforce them and the need more than anything else is for more enforcement of law and more power to enforce the law FEED FOR SHEEP I have been thinking of feed ing some sheep the coming year Have a pasture with a great deal of brush on it would sheep kill the brush How many could pasture profitably on the amount of grounds that will keep one cow How would thrashed Kafir corn do for feeding sheep asks W H Jackson and is answered as follows by Kansas Farmer Your plan of using the brush for sheep is a good one although I think it is doubtful as to wheth r f er the sheep will kill the brush entirely It would hardly be profitable to stock it so heavily as to require the sheep to subsist entirely on the brush While sheep are naturally browsers they are not so good for cleaning out brush as goats You will find that you can pasture from eight to ten sheep where one cow would subsist As the results of our exper imental feeding here we have found that Kafir corn grain with alfalfa hay for roughage has been one of our best combinations for profitable sheepfeeding In an experiment carried on the past winter in lamb feeding we found that one lot fed Kafir corn and alfalfa required 419 pounds of grain for each hundred pounds of increase while another lot on shelledcorn and alfalfa required 404 pounds of grain for each hun dred pounds of increase In two other lots in which cottonseed meal was fed in addition to the corn and Kafircorn the lot re ceiving shelled corn and cotton seedmeal required 3868 pounds of grain for each hundred pounds of gain These results you will note place Kafircorn very close to shelled corn in value In this experiment Kafircorn was fed without grinding- In an experiment carriedon the winter before similar results were obtained In this same ex periment lots were fed barley andspelt which made larger gains than either of the lots fed corn or Kafircorn The cost was geater however as barley and spelts were both higher in price Del pound than either corn or Kafircorn UP Mystery Deepens Mystery deepens as to why so many millions persist in suffering from such fearful inflictions as dyspepsia consti pation etc when they could so easily get rid of every one of their troubles by a few doses of Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Have you tried it If not do so today Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia andPage and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if fails MONTPELIER This community is being bless ed with good health at present- A very large crowd attended the Sam R Wheat sale the 10th and property sold reasonably well Mr Bert Epperson of James town has moved his family to the Z T Williams place which he purchased some time recently Miss Gertrude Murrah was the guest of Miss Effie Sanders of Joppa last Sunday Mr Graves of Russell county was in this vicinity looking for stave timber last week The Katydid didnt lie Wheat Williams are receiving an unusually handsome stock of Fall and Winter goods T G Hadley removed to Rus sell Springs with his family last weekThe wheat drills are all in use this week R Lucky Postmistress is Mrs Alexander of Cary Me who has found Dr Kings New Life Pills to be the best remedy she ever tried for keeping the Stomach Liver and Bow els in perfect order You will agree with her if you try these painless puri fiers that infusenew life Guaranteed by T E 25cPaull= r h THE JackofallTrades Y W F JEFFRIES SON Agte HEPumps Water Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Pr ss For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or address FairbanksMorse Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUKYI J H SMITH G H NELL STOP AT THE COLUMBIA HOTEL Smith Sc Nell Props 1 This Hotel was formerly known as the lVIAI CUM HOTEL The Largest and Best Hotel in Green River Section U The above named firm has just purchased it and it will be run in firstclass style If Rooms clean and the table supplied with the best the market affords Traveling trade solic- itedColumbia Kentucky Special Reduced RatesVIA HENDERSO14 ROUTE TO Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Francisco Los Angeles and San Diego HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES SEASON 1906 COIiOfilST RATES TO California Points and Great Northwest Dates Sale September 15 to October 31 1906 XSIG VS F0R PULL IIIPO R7uCAT101Y J H GALLAGHER L J IRVIN Traveling Passenger Agent General Pass Agent Louisville Kentucky Ov OOOOOOOOOOOZOOC UO oo O Do You Like Q PROMPT SERVICE Q 0 IF You Do Send Your 4- O O I SASH J4ND DOOR iQ Orders to QQ to E L Hughes Co 215217219 E Main St fo LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY o- o o- O Our facilities are unsurpasseda trial order will convince O- O 000 OOOVO 000000 00OQ- e00 OOO OOOO I FRANK CORCORAN 4 HIGHGRADE MARBLE AND GRANITE QQ Q 0 4 4O O- O CEMETERY WORK OF ALL KIND TRADE FROM ADAIR AND Q- O ADJOINING COUNTIES SOLICITED SEE 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FIBER CAMPBELLS CEMENT PLASTER without sand Write for testimonials Also Operating HOOSIER WALL PRASTER PLANT Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 FRED W HARDWICK PresS J COCKE Pres rRII DIETZMAH Snpt lI W T CoJESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 1VHliLWRIGJ4TS ir3AGTINISTS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS j 1301 TttlETSeNTftMftlN LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work w JOBBING WORK SOLICITED w IAll Kinds of Machinery Repaired I Dr James Menzies OSTEOPATHY i ti CONSULTATION AND fftCeE- XAIdINATLN fREE AT RESIDENCE i Columbia Kentucky f H 4 GULLION Candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction I DEALS MilDLY WITH OPPONENT Corrects Mrepresentations In a Most Emphatic WayHe Also Presents Remarkably Strong Facts In Sup port of His Candidacy To the Democrats of Kentucky- A most unexpected and unjust charge has been brought against me by my opponent in the race for super intendent of public instruction If the charge were true it should defeat me If it is false the Democrats of Ken tucky should know it in order that justice may be done to me The charge Is that I am unfriendly to the new state normal schools He says in a letter to county super intendents of schools Mr Gullion is strongly endorsed by those who have fought state normal schools From that text he argues that this contest becomes a fight between the advo cates of state normal schools on one side and the enemies of those institu E A GULLION tions on the other His animus Is so apparent that I need not argue the matter I simply place alongside his ridiculous and impotent charge the following card and fairminded Democrats may do the rest A CARD To Whom it May Concern Mr E A Gullion spent a great deal of time at Frankfort during the legis lative session of 19056 and took an active interest in school legislation being especially desirous of passing the normal school bill He has for a number of years been a strong factor In educational progress This September 20 1906 W P THORNE S E DEHAVEN H K BOURNE- I heartily concur in the above JAS H FUQUA Superintendent Public Instruction Frankfort Ky Sept 21 1906 If other proof than that of the lieu tenant governor Senator DeHaven Representative Bourne and the dis tinguished superintendent of public instruction is required it shall be fur nished Who oppose the state nor mals They cannot be found The bill creating them passed unanimously and as shown above I did all in my power to promote its passage having been at Frankfort more than 50 days during the 60day session of the gen eral assembly and in constant contact with the senators and representatives Not to have supported the normal school measure would have been to stultify my entire record for I have advocated normal schools in my news paper and before the Kentucky Edu cational association for more than 20 yearsIn all the literature I have sent out I have pledged myself to the normal schools in the following language It shall be my highest and most cherished ambition to foster and de velop the states normal schools until they shall be adequate for all and good enough for the bestunsur passed by those of any other state That language should have been plain enough to my opponent to have prevented a falsification of my posi tion on normal schools As to Character- In the same letter to superinten dents the gentleman asks for an op portunity to defend himself against any aspersion of his character that any one might make If I have to win this race by attacking his character then I will lose the race for I would scorn to do such a thing Nor will any true friend of mine offend in that particular However it is the privi lege and the duty of every Democrat to Investigate the character and com petency of both of us before voting Not a Popularity Contest My opponent publishes in black type that his chief clerk would be a clever and competent gentleman who has been in the service of the state for 25 years at a high salary when on duty He makes the alliance at the eleventh hour to bolster his failing fortunes in whyInever as for lucrative l positions snoum 08 preferred over the young gentleman I have selected Jar the place it is not apparent My appointee will be Mr Walter Crady a clean competent industrious and aithful young man who is now second clerk in Superintendent Fuquas office He has learned the clerical du ties of the office well and all say he has earned and merits promotion But this race is not a popularity contest between clerks It is a contest be tween candidates for state superin tendent whose duties are widely different from those of a clerk and very much more difficult A machine can add a column of figures Efficient su perintendents are the exception Evidence of Fitness- I have taught in schools ranging from the common school in the beech woods to the lower classes in one of our leading colleges have taught in high school and have been an instruc tor in county normals For more than 20 years I have been attending the State Teachers association and in 1896 was president of that honorable body The published pro ceedings and addresses show that I was active in all movements for the betterment of public schools originat ing some of them This is particularly true as to the agitation for normal schools longer school terms better school houses modern equipment etc As chairman of a committee ap pointed by the Kentucky Educational associationIpressed upon the general assembly divers amendments looking to those ends and procured their pas sage It is not arrogating too much to myself to say that I have spent more time before the Kentucky leg islature in promoting common school legislation than any other private cit- Izen It was a labor of love on my part for never did I ask and never was paid a cent for my expenses or for the sacrifice of my time that I madeI the author of the plan by which shortterm schools were abol ished and wrote the amendment that effectuated the plan I was also largely instrumental in bringing about most of the other beneficial changes that have been made In the school lawsIf the people make me their next state superintendent I shall devote whatever talent and energy I have to the great work in which are centered the dearest interests of the children and of the commonwealth guarantee ing that we shall materially lengthen our cords and strengthen our stakes educationallyThe I have made are of xe 3d to the public with some temer- Ity lest I be charged with egotism However they seem necessary in or der to show that by experience and Service I have a peculiar fitness for the most honorable office the people can bestowthe state superintendency RespectfullyE Candidate for Supt Public Instruction WRITES OPEN LETTER IHon James H Fuqua to the Democrats of Kentucky Frankfort Ky Oct 4 1906 To the Friends of Education- I am writing you in the interest of Mr E A Gullion of Henry county candidate for superintendent of pub lic instruction It has been my pleas ure to know Mr Gullion during his long service as county superintendent of Carroll county and as editor of a paper at New Castle In both positions he has been an ardent advocate of improved education in latter years using the columns of his paper ad vancing the cause of Kentucky schoolsDuring my term of office many improvements have been made in edu cation Two normal schools have been established the term increased from five to six months the per capita has grown to 330 the largest in the his tory of the state I have planned much other work that will greatly schoolsIGullion will push plans to ex ecution I shall remain in school work as a member of his state board of examiners and as such will be closely identified with the cause of education Thanking you for your cooperation willINovember 6 I beg to remain yours very truly JAS H FUQUA SR Superintendent Public Instruction What Others Say Other able school men have written in regard to Mr Gullions candidacy asfollowsProfessor J T English Harrods Creek Ky a widely known teacher We need somebody at the head of the school system who has the knack of doing things of getting out of the timeworn rut You are unquestion ably the man Your record in school work proves it Z F Smith formerly superinten dent of public instruction Your personal qualifications and your long training as teacher and county super intendent well fit you for the duties of state superintendent Knowing you so well I have every confidence that you will faithfully and ably ad minister the affairs of the office Hence I will heartily give you my support and wish you complete success Professor C A Leonard superin tendent Cynthiana schools J r you wm announce at once and make- a thorough canvass of the state I shall work for you Professor W H Bartholomew prin cipal Girls High school Louisville A friend of public instruction when the cause needed friends Gullion merits the honor of the superintendency President Jas K Patterson State College Lexington I say without reserve that I know of no man who has done better work than yourself HOUSEHOLD WISDOM It is said that a sound ripe apple placed in the tin cake box will keep the loaves from drying or crumbling Lemons can be kept almost indefinitely under glass that is air tight Set one under a goblet andsee An apple parer works just as well on potatoes as on apples and saves time as well as food when there is a quantity to be cared for To wash anything that is greasy use hot soda water The alkali turns the grease into soap whichwill do its own cleansing One of the most soothing ap plications for a fresh burn is a raw potato scraped or gratedand bound like a poultice on the in jured surface Sweeping with the carpet sweeper will be more effectual if the sweeper is pushed in the same direction as the warp of the carpet not against it Sleeplessness on a cold night may often be relieved by tying a silk handkerchief over his head which sometimes gets cold while the rest of the body is warm A simple remedy for cold feet to drink slowly two glasses of rls hot water just before going bed It will warm and relax the system and improve the cir culationA made by adding a teaspoonful of glycerine to a gill of glue is a great convetience to the kitchen andis especially good or fastening leather paper or wood to metal Milk will immediately and effectually extinguish the flames petroleumum since it forms an emulsion with the oil whereas water only spreads it To the ordinary combination of warm water and ammonia used for freshening carpets add a ta blespoonful of kerosene and the results will be still iroe satisfactory than usual If the cover of a fruit jar sticks no not attempt to wrench it off Simply invert the jar and place the top in hot water for a min ute Then try it and you will find it turns easily i Stains of varnish on the hand are sometimes very difficult to remove as soon as possible rub with a little alcohol on a soft rag afterwards wash thoroughly in a little soap andwater The wise young woman not on ly has shoe trees on which to keep her best boots as our Eng lish cousins say but she has a wooden hand with thumbs on which to clean her light gloves When a broom becomes shorter on one side and the ends of the straws become as sharp asr needles did it into hot water trim it evenly with the r shears and you will nave a broom ear ly as good as new ijlj t i 4 s The milk in a beef loaf or farcican be replaced by tomato sauce or catsup for a change Whip cream Ina pitcher It whips more quickly than in an open bowl with less spatter- A poor masticating apparatus should not deprive one of eating nuts and cheese as both can be groundvery fine and lubricated with cream ld 1t IclWhen the market man has sent rather small oysters for fry ElightlyIway appearance of the dish and simplicity in serving will be greatly en hancedLeft over oysters of any kind can be used to good advantage as basis for an oyster sauce to be used with eggs fish or poultry or as a flavoring in a stuffing for any of these Oyster straws too are as delicious as cheese straws and are made in the same way as the latter Butter that has teccme somewhat rancid may be scalded in water then chilled and it will be good for many purposes If this treatment is insufficient the fat may be heated withcharcoal Less scum rises on soup after the requisite amount of salt has been added therefore arrange the skimming accordingly Bread is not indispensable to make a stuffing Potatoes rice fruits and chestnuts answer the purpose as well Pumpkin and squash are better for steaming than boiling On ironing day when space on tne range top is valuable and it is also desirable to keep the top as clean as possible chops or Hamburg steak can be baked in the oven A spoonful of water added be fore beating an egg increases the amount of froth a pinchof salt hastens its coming Oysters for frying may be rolled in corn meal and no egg isfneededA piece of codfish added to escalloped salsify greatly improves the flavor Can you win You realize that to win in anything these days requires strength with mind and body in tune A man or woman with Disordered diges tive organs is not in shape for a days word or a days play How can they expect to win Kodol For Dyspepsia contains the digestive juices of a healthy stomach and will put your stomach in shape to perform its important func tion of supplying the body and brain with strength building blood Digests what you eat relieves Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Palpitation of the Heart and Constipation Sold byfDr J N Page Columbia Ky HThe Kaiser may be able to bluff the son of Von Hohenlohe but r when it came to trying to force an independent girl to marry against her will he decided it was time for him to quit When a horse is so overworked it lies down and in other ways declares its in ability to go further you would consid er it criminal to use force Many a man of humane impulses who would not willingly harm a idtten is guilty of cruelty where hi own stomach is con whenesomething that will digest the food eatefc and help the stomach to recuperate Something like Kodol For Dyspepsia that is sold baDr J N Page Columbia Ky 1 The American army officers who areto act as advisers tottie Ciibaii s giving the necessary advice to wear their full war equippment h I jt1Tq I Ar J I f J t t ar IIh r t r r L tipr c Ip 7 8 r i l r FTHEIADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY OpXOBER4 t 1806 i i i fWITO OUR CORRESPONDENTS Weeks HappeningsNews Important Otherwise as Reported BylOur Corps of Correspondents 0 CANE VALLEY Miss Susie Looper a popular young lady of Sewelton isMcFar iting her sister Mrs Jo land this week- SubletE C Page and J G iwilln an auto car They will leave about the 25th and be gone two weeksMisses Ua Bell Rice and Rena Wilkerson two fine young ladies of Romine gave us a call one 41 day last week Miss Ella Dohoney one of our most promising young women is in school at Bradfordsville Willie Page purchased the farm known as the Cheek farm of Berry Smith last week for 1000 We are sorry to state that Mrs T C Dudgeon who has been con fined to her bed for the past six months is not improving any She has been a good woman all of her life and we would be glad to see her improving Robt Casey the bank contractor was here last week and put down the foundation and just as soon as the kiln cools down the bank will be built- J J Banks the old reliable is able to walk out a little About three weeks ago he slashed his right leg with his ax Since that time he has only been able to blow his bugle- G B Hendrickson has been confined to his bed for the last ten days with malaria- A H Judd dug 150 pounds of ginseng from his patch last week Lester Dudgeon 55 pounds W HI Jones about 30 pounds and all of the gentlemen have reset their patch with two year old roots and will have more and better seng next ye lThey are all in high spirits and say that fortune is smiling on all that will grow gin seng They snigger at the very idea of plowing corn or hoeing to Jbacco Horace Massie was in Louis- t ville last week with a car loadI of cattle Owen Hardesty of Campbells ville and Nathan Bridgwater of Moody ville were here last week Jooking after all kinds of stock 4 f BLISS At the residence of A W Pax ton arrived a bouncing A W P Jr on Sunday evening Wood t is all smilesfR Mont Feese and wife of LrCrissoms J D Walker of Columbia was V here attending services at Union Sunday Mrs Kate Hughes and Miss Maggie Brooks of Columbia were visiting with the family of S T Hughes Saturday and SunI l dayiiMr Colenianyrof Nashville P V Grissom wife and little daughter ISrlene ofs your city spent Sunday at the Residence of Div feT Grissom i5 fI s G Tho of Milltown- I Ii iI was here last Sunday enroute to Gradyville Mrs Bettie Duma Dowdy and Wilcoxson of Gree county have been visiting with the family of Rev W H C weektC M Herriford sold his farm known as the B B Grissom farm containing about sixty acres t E M Staples for 1000 and im mediate possession 4p RUSSELL SPRINGS Mrs Ella Humphreys of Lib erty is visiting friends and rela tives here Revs Larkin and Geo Dehart of this place are serving on the petit jury this week and Messrs D Wilson and J D Grider are on the grand jury R C Hatfield merchant at Ja bez was here one day last week Among the number who have recently become citizens of this place are Mr Tim Hadley of Montpelier and Hon N H W Aaron of Liberty Both have come with the the intention of putting their children in school Curt McKinley is erecting a nice residence in the East end of townMr Tim Hadley has accepted a position as bookkeeper with the roller mill here The painting recently done on the Academy building and the fences adds greatly to the ap pearance of the place The painting was done by S H Thom as asisted by Dave Thomas He is considered one otf the best painters in this country Rev L K Aliceton will be the pastor of the Methodist church here for the next year LISLETOWN v 73tf The show at Greensburg last Monday was largely attended- A great many went from this place and reported a good show L M Henderson bought the property ofDr E F Taylor and has rented to Avery Lile He will keep hotel Dr Honaker will locate at Exie He cant get any place here but will still practice here A great many from this place attended the Childrens Day at Little Barren church last Sunday andreported a nice time A little infant of Tandy Robin withIMrs Emma Cury is improving someWe understand that some of the young men that went with Dr Taylor to Texas are on their way back home Hubbard Mitchell have in a large stock of winter goods and fe having a good trade Mr E G Atkins of Columbia was with our merchants one day last week Mr Clyde Henderson and wjfe y of this place have moved to LebJ anon to make that their home- Mr Mason Young and family f1I 4i j l I f of Exie left for Texas last week to make that their home Corn and tobacco is damaged a great deal in this section by so much rain IGRADYVILLE I pastswheatnRufus Pulliam of Nell spent Friday night in our cityIGov J R Hindman attended church here Sunday- L S Smith the wellknown spendo ing a few days with friends in this community The infant child of Mr and Mrs J J Hunter is dangerously ill with pneumonia feverIiRev G Y bedside of several sick people in the Keltner community last week Mr A T Shirell has just re turned from Nev Mexico and is very much delighted with that countryCoomer Taylor the new to bacco firm of Basil are on the market for tobacco paying good pricesW L Grady and Thomas Dow ell attended the speaking in Col umbia Saturday and returned enthusiastic for Hager Judge W S Smith of Thomp kinsville stopped over for the night at the Wilmore House last Saturday while enroute for Rus sell county Messrs A T and Logan Shir rell and families and Mrs Fannie Hoy spent Saturday night with the family of Thomas Moss Mr J M Wilson one of our best citizens presented your reporter last week with some of the finest and largest pears that we have seen this season He has also a tree that has borne the second crop the fruit maturing aU rightJRev T L Hulse and family while enroute for their new field of labor last week stopped overnight with us We enjoyed hav ing them with us but would have been more so if it had been so that Brother Hulse could have preached for us We certainly appreciated read ing a letter in The News from our old friend G T Flowers of New Mexico Tom why didnt you tell of the game you have been killing In your next communi cation we shall expect to hear from you on this subj ectJFamily Skeleton Many a persons family skeleton is a state of weak digestive organs inherit ed from careless ancestors The skeleton can be laid to rest by Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Better to doI 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 indiges tion constipation headache and biliousness Try it Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia ana Page and Moore Cane Valley at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails II TO TOBACCO SHIPPERS We wish to stateto our friends through out the tobacco growing sections that we are not connected directly nor indi rectly with any other warehouse or warehouse company We conduct a STRICTLY INDEPENDENT rToJbacco Warehouse Commission Busi ness and respectfully sblicity our patron age C A BRIDGES Co Props PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Louisville Ky BUY THE DRILLI NONE Fertilize your wheat with Globe Fertilizer It has been sold by us for 14 years con tinuously If it was not the best for the money we would drop it Field seed a specialty Farm Wagons Buggies Hames Saddles and a General Line of Hardware Come get our prices and be convinced that this is the place to buy Wm F JEFFRIES SONSW ff Land Stock Crop Lazarus Altsheller Co bought 30 mules here yesterday at prices ranging from 130 to 190Glasgow Times 000 Complaint is being made in Barren county of a great loss in Burley tobacco by frost 000- S S Williams sold four hogs to Robt Young for 5i cents per pound 000 S L Williams sold two steers to Pla to Wade for 60 ooo E M Staples bought the Grissom farm and some machinery from Chas Herriford for 1000 000 Horace Massie was in Louisville last week with a car load of cattle Wm Page purchased the Berry Smith farm last week for 1000Cane Valley cor respondent 000 W T McFarland sold a young mare mule to Henry Barden for 6750 OOO Bennett JWilsoii bought IS eacftqEJ hogs from G W Collins for 15830 and one calf from C R Payne for 11 000 Smith Nell bought a pair of mules from Ed McCaffree for 180 and a number of cattle in the southern end of the county at 3 to 3i cents 000 Basil Chapman sold a small farm near Glenville to B B Grider for 350 ooo Young Coffey bought 5 mules last week from different parties paying from 110 to 134 They sold 1 mule to Elzie Young for 165 000 tt G W Spillman sold a horse last week Albert Jackman for 75 J A Did dIe has recently bought 50 head of cat tIe at prices ranging from 21 to 3 cents per pound Gradyviile Correspondent ooo oW T McFarland solda yearling mule to J C Dohoney for 110 ooo Messrs J S McFarland of Cane Valley this county and B D McFar land of Rowena closed a deal last week for the Widow Baugh farm on Cumberland river for 3000 ooo C M Herriford of Bliss sold R E Tandy 52 head of hogs at5cents and 4 head of cattle for 52 Mr Herriford sold Young Coffey 5 head of mules for 541 rJLP9 w Twelve hogcountyiSJnaiSidark leaf tr in Louisville market last week at 555 to 590 H C Bottom is in the Bluegrass with 75 head of cattle He has handled about 450 head in the past three months 000 Mr J H Chew of Burkesville pur chased the Jack Dickinson farm of 140 possesI 000Ithis locality at 5 cattle from two to three cents per pound Sparksville Correspondent 000 R E Tandy bought 15 hogs from J BasilIChapman at 5 cents 67 from Jno Chap man for 49120 7 from Jno Squires at 5 cents 17 from E A McKinley at 5 cents 10 from J S Wilson at 5 cents 6 from Rollin Browning at 5i cents and 52 from Fount Pendleton at JamesI000 The following quotations are taken from the Louisville Times Monday j16ctober 22 Cattle choice feeders 375 Ito 400 medium to good feeder 325 to 375 common to medium stock heifers 200 to 275 Hogs choice packing and butcher hogs 627J medium packers 627k light pigs 600 roughs 850 to 560 Sheep Good to choice fat sheep 375 to 400 common 2 to 250 bucks 175 to 225 good butcher lambs 5 to 6 COMMISSIONERS SALE ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY John R Sanders Admr c Plaintiff t George Sanders c Defendent f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof 1906 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the CourtHouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the BETTER i1 141 J j 5th day of Nov 1906 at to clock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described proper ty to wit A tract of land lying in Adair county Ky on the waters of Green River containing 179 acres For more complete description giving Smetes and bounds see orders and judg ment recorded in order book no 10 page 514 in the Adair Circuit Court Clerks office For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or bearingIof a Judgment Bidders will be pre pared to comply promptly with these terms493t HERSCHEL BAKER M C A C C DIRECTORY 0 POST OFFICE J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days 730 a In to 830 p In COURT CIRCUIT COURT Three sessions a yearThIrd Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit JudgeH C Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A Huddleston SheriftWB Paiteson Circuit ClerkJ F Neat COUNTY COURT First Monday In each month Judge Juntas Hancock County Attorney G P Smytlie- Cerk T R Stults W Tarter JJailerA tG W Pike M McCubbin 1SurveyorW Mrs Rowe G R Shelton l CITT COun- TMayorCapt W W Bradshaw Judge Attorney Gordon Montgomer- yMarshalS C Strange LODGE MASONIC COLUMBIA LoDtnt No 16 F and A MRegnlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery W M E G Atkins Secretary COLUMBIA CHAPTER R A M No 7 meets Friday night after full moon SAM LEWIS H P Horace Jeffries Secretary COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month E G ATKINS T L M T R STULTS RECORDER CLOUMBIA MOTOR CAR COMPANY United States Mail Line J L Cars Leave ColumbiaLeave Campbellsville h I345 A M 1PM 12M 9 PM r Comfortableand Rapid Transit atther Lowest Rates Consistentwith- FirstClass Service SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 100 YEAR jf r JJJf L