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I j i Ifit t b J jiI ijX iL al JL Gnuft d ebig rifti VOLUME 10 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5 19067 NUMBER 4 MR T1MOLEONBRADSHAW Passed to ills Reward Last Sunday Morning at 630 Oclock Mr Timoleon Bradshaw was born seventytwo years ago on a farm near the headwaters of Sulphur Creek in this county and died Sunday morning December 2nd at his late residence on Burkesville street a yictim of a com plication of deseases Early in life the subject of this no tice removed to Columbia and entered the mercantile business and was on of most popular merchants of his day He served as Sheriff of Adair and proba bly no man in this country was better known to old and young than Mr Bradshaw For several years he was unable to actively engage in business but whenever health would permit he was always to be found pursuing cler ical workpThe deceased had been a member of the Christian church for a number of years and when able was in attendance at the services He was a man of strong convictions always to be found on the side of right and justice and ever ready to give advice to the young and inexperienced which if heeded was of incalcuble benefit to them About forty years ago he was united in marriage to Miss Sallie Wilson daughter of Mr and Mrs Henderson Wilson of Columbia and to this union four children were born three of whom and the widow survive him Mr W E Bradshaw Mrs M Cravens and Mrs W F Hancock The funeral services were held at the Christian church conducted by the pastor Eld Z T Williams followed by Eld W K Azjjill and Judge H C B l6er The latter being a lifelong friend and neighbor of the deceased was prepared to speak as one who knew him Judge Baker eulogized the life of the deceased and spoke of him as a wholesouled generou s hearted neighbor always ready and willing to jfelpa weaker brother and a man who could always be found doing good to tae best of his ability Besides the widow and three children the deceased is survived by two sisters Miss Lottie Bradshaw and Mrs Ann White all of whom have the sympathy of this entire sectionF- RIGHTENED BY AUTOMOBILE A team of horses belonging to Gan der Burton hitched to a wagon loaded with furniture became frightened at an automobile on the pike near Parsons shop last Monday and gave quite an exhibition of speed John B Coffey who was driving from his home to town had a very narrow escape from being run over FUNERAL SERVICES OF JO Z WHEAT A Former Columbian Who Recently Died at San Antonio Texas The following article on the death of Mr Jo Z Wheat is taken from the Ft Worth Record The Funeral of the late Jo Z Wheat took place yesterday afternoon at 3 oclock from the residence of Robert B Smith 1428 Pruit street and was at tended by a large number of friends The services were conducted be Rev C W Daniel assisted by Rev J Frank Smith of Dallas The pallbearers were William D Williams W B Gar vey G H Colvin Leon Gross Wil liam Bryce Dr C S Mattison Robert B Smith and Vf T Maddox The burial took place in the new cemetery Many were the floral offerings by friends among which was a magnifi cent one by the occupants of the Wheat office building Mr Wheats death came as a sur prise and shock to his many friends row He was here just two weeks ago Us good health as usual and nothing W knqwn 1re of his illness until tel egraphicipessaje3 received from Sai4 Anixmio Si day told of his dangerous condition lIe was attacked last Fri clayTJight witha e throat Jouble 4 r af tl Nt t 4 foi 7 f t rtt r I 1r III vJ C tt e tit 31 t V 0 J1 e and was operated on Saturday morning with but temporary relief Sunday morning it was found necessary to perform the operation of tracheotomy in an effort to confine the disease to the throat and make breathing possible Monday evening it was evident that the oedema was extending to the lungs and Tuesday at 1030 a m death fol lowed as a result He was attended at the time of his death by his wife two daughters Misses Rosa Nell and Vir ginia and his aunt Mrs Annie M SmithThe remains arrived here over the Katy yesterday morning accompanied by the family and J G Reeves who had been summoned to Mr Wheats bedside by the family Mr Wheat was a native of Kentuc ky having been born in Columbia De cember 21st 1855 He had been a res ident of Fort Worth more than twenty years and in that time has made many friends He was a man who always proved loyal to his friends His family iswell known here and has the sympa thy of a large circle of friend- sAZBILLSCIIRAMMr WEDDING A Beautiful Affair Solemnized at Page Home One of the most beautiful weddings ever solemnized in Columbia was that between Miss Ethel Walcott Azbill and Mr Louis Edward Schramm at the old Page Home on Campbellsville street last Thursday morning at nine oclock The house was most beautifully dec orated with Southern smilax chrysan themums and palms and the room in which the ceremony was performed an improvised aisle of white tulle and smilax led from near the door to the bower in the opposite corner made of a bare tree with Ifmbs banked with smilax and chrysanthemums- The matron of honor Mrs Lafayette Page in a beautiful imported pear silk carrying a boquet of white roses led the way followed by Miss Azbill in a handsome gown of Mauve Chiffon Cloth and white lace with a shower boquet of roses and lillies of the Valley accom panied by Dr Lafayette Page They were met in the corner by the groom and Mr Paul Azbill the best man Eld W K Azbill father of the bride performed the ceremony using the beautiful Episcopalian form after which a short reception was held Immediately after dinner the bridal couple accompanied by Miss Hermine Schramm and Mr Paul Azbill left in an automobile for Lebanon catching the afternoon train to Louisville From Louisville the party left for New Orleans and will go to Cuba provided the fever conditions there will permit As announced a few weeks ago in the News the following invited guests were present Dr and Mrs L F Page Indianapolis Dr and Mrs Robt Blake man Indianapolis Miss Hermine Schramm Chicago Mrs Williams and Miss Ruth Williams Campbellsville and a few relatives and friends in town BUGGY DEMOLISHED Rev W A Hines Presiding Elder of the Columbia District had a runa way one day last week near Manns ville that resulted in totally demolishing his buggy The only part saved from the wreck was the pole He stop ped at a shop to have one of his horses shod and left the other one hitched to the buggy with a man to watch him The horse scared at a little wagon that some children were running and made such a sudden dash that the watcher was not worth a copper Mr Hires bought another vehicle andreturned home that day but the horse has been under the care of our Vetinery Sur geon Mr S D Crenshaw fora few daysLosTOn the square or on James town street between Eubanks shop and the square a Gold filled Hunting case Elgin movement 11 jewel watch size 16 Finder please return to News of fire l f li ois wars afil Y iirmi ter rename Itl t flAunt J i ntefident by Dep i y 0 jfc V t jx i vx l 3rv 41ryv s 1 14 fi i t I et 1 J 1 rt t1 Ie J SMYTHECARTWRIGHT Two of Columbias Best Young Peo ple to Wed December 12th On Wednesday December the 12th at 8 p m Mr G P Smythe and Miss Leeta Catherine Cartwright will take the solemn vows of matrimony at the home of the intended brides parents in this city Eld Z T Williams to be the officiating clergyman The wedding will be a quiet one only the immediate families of the contract ing parties to be present and witness the solemn rites This happy event will unite the lives of two of our most worthy young people whose two years devotion to each other foreshadowed matrimonial intentions Mr Smith is a young man of ability a true gentleman and enjoys as large a circle of substantial friends as any man in this part of the country all of whom have been made by upright honorable living By profession he is a lawyer and by decree of the people of this county he is our county Attorney whose fidility to duty has never been questioned and whose desires and efforts are commendable as a public offi cialMiss Cartwright is a daughter of Dr and Mrs W F Cartwright deservedly popular with the young people of Co lumbia and truly worthy the hand and heart of the gentleman of her choice She is well educated possesses the many graces of true refinement which make homes happy and the world brighter and better In advance of this happy yet solemn event the News joins their many friends in extending congratulations THE RECEPTION The reception given by Prof C F Ohlenmachers musical history class on last Friday afternoon at the M F College was a society event to be long and pleasantly remembered by those presentThe of the hall were in the class colors tastefully festooned from walls and ceiling while roses fend chrysanthemums were arranged in profusion about the studio The guests were announced by Prof Ohlenmacher to Dr Whitfield who to gether with the young ladies of the mu sical history class made up the receiving lineThe young ladies were beautifully gowned in white and received their guests with the dignity and hospitality of the true Kentucky gentlewoman I Jie punch bowl was gracefully pre sided over bj little Misses Grace Con over and Mary Myers Delightful refreshments were served during the afternoon to the 65 guests presentThe were also in the class colors The young ladies were assist ed in entertaining by Prof Ohlen maker Misses Taylor and Kemp The guests who were so pleasantly entertained have unanimously pro nounced it the most enjoyable social event of the seaso- nACCIDENT ATGREENSBURG Miss Maude Cantrell Seriously Injured in a Runaway Sunday night shortly after the arrival of the train from Louisville our peo ple were startled by loud calls of alarm coming from the road leading to the depot from town It was soon learned that the horse attached to a buggy iiv which were seated W F Cantrell and his beautiful 15 year old daughter Miss Maude They came in on the train and were riding home when at the top of the fill the buggy ran down on the horse which started to run Miss Maude either jumped or was thrown out by the motion of the buggy and was pick ed up unconscious and removed to Dr 0 H Shivelys where she was tenderly cared for and examined by Dr 0 H Sbyvely and father and Dr E L I l2o ea butfCtle snaverre am consej uil1er o thfe hois of going to pressfr The v v t I + 1 J r horse continued to run until near Main street north when Mr Cantrell suc ceeded in stopping him and went back after her The young lady was remov possibleLATER Wednesday night Dr Mc Chord of Lebanon came down on the late train to perform an operation on Miss Maude Cantrells head she hav ing never regained consciousness since nightHeright side back and indications of blood on the brain Thursday morning she was removed on the early train to the Infirmary at Lebanon where expert care can be giving her A successful operation was performed and she is doing well Greensburg Record CLASS RECITAL On last Wednesday afternoon the music pupils of Prof Ohlenmacher gave another in their series of class re citalsThe lives of C P E Bach Haydn and Mozart were under consideration for an hour The papers on these composers read by Misses Elizabeth Rowe Martha Hancock and Dimple Conover showed careful preparation Miss Grace Con overs rendition of one of C P E Bachs compositions was faultless Following these exercises came an instructive talk by Prof Ohlenmacher on the composers ThESe recitals in interest and the public enthusiasm isvery encourag ing to their instructor MOVED TO OKLAHOMA Mr W M Looper and family of Sewelton Russell county stopped over with Mr J R McFarland of this sec tion a couple of days and left for Ok lahoma where they will make their fu ture home Mr Looper was one of Russell countys best citizens and his removal West is to place his growing family under more progressive circum stances in the business world One by one this country is giving up its best citizens to aid in building other States SUPERVISORS IN SESSION Messrs W F Jeffries W A Cof fey and L B Hurt composing the Board of Supervisors of the Town of Columbia have been in session since Monday morning A great many sum mons are being issued for property holders to come before the board and show cause why they shouldntbe raised REMOVED TO ADAIR Mr W G Burchett and family of Jamestown removed to their home near the Stapp Roller Mill last Tues day We are glad to welcome this good family to our community and trust that health and prosperity may be theirs Mr Burchett recently pur chased an interest in the Stapp Roller Mill and is now in charge of the plant PAID LIST The News Honor Roll Is Your Name Written There Bridgewatets1J Tucker Wm Hicks Nealy Morrison A J Mauk J H Jimson S A Mc Mahan Daniel Forggett Miss Cora Phillips G A Cheatham T C Moore Rev C R Payne C R Cowherd Dol phus England Chas Hutchinson W A Helm Mary E Jeffries RF Bry ant L V Turner L D Simms G W Spillman James W Wethington Eze kiel Wethington Mrs L B Groft M L Shepherd F G Willis Mrs Mary E Robinson Sam Grant L C Powell J K Powell W M Looper Trigg De fevers G B Cheatham Jno A Cald well J F Reynolds W T Moore S S Vanhoy Mrs Rose Yates F I In gram W N Smith Claud Callison Chas Browning G A Bradshaw Y BryantJohnY Mr R L Sherrill of Milltown is advertising a public sale of personal preparatorytbI It 0 f f J w i I r H 11 1nt FROM QUANAH TEX WL Grady of Gradyville Writes Interesting Letter Our party left Kentucky Tuesday NO L 20th and arrived at St Louis next morning where we encountered a severe storm sleeting and snowing It con tinued for eight hours and for 200 miles all telegraphic communications to ward the West was broken Snow was from 4 to 12 inches deep and up on the plains was 4 to 15 feet deep Not a single train run on the Ft Worth and Denison road for five days We arriv ed at Quanah Thursday evening seven hours late- Quanah is a fine littl town of 2200 inhabitants surrounded by a great farm ing country which is being rapidly de veloped We venture the assertion that more money is spent here in one day than in all Adair county The smallest stores take in from 500 to 800 cash The people of the surround ing country haul goods away by the wagon load usually exchanging cotton at 11 cents Labor is in great demand here prices ranging from 2 to 5 per day some of the cotton pickers make from 5 to 6 per day Mr J J Hunter bought one tract of landand we go out today to view sev eral more All of our party are well pleased Mr J A Diddle if he had the money he would purchasethe en tire country Mr Diddle leaves in a few days for Roswell N M and I will visit relatives at Brownwood Tex un til December 18th Our Kentucky party is stopping with Dr E F Taylor fomerly of Lisletown Ky who is proprietor of a good holel- I spent a few days at Memphis Tex visiting my brotherinlaw W A Breed ing who has been located there for fifteen years and has a fine section foriwhich he refused 19200 Land all over Texas is advancing rapidly worth now 10 to 40 an acre that could have been bought six months ago for 3 to 2 I will close this letter by saying 1 will be back in Old Kentucky where the sunshines bright and good Peacocks grow about Chfismas- W L GRADY Mr Asure Damron who recently returned from the West was last weekreunited to the lady of his choice Elder Tobias Huffaker tying the nup tial knot Mr Damron and wife will spend the Winter in Adair with his fa ther Mr Elzy Damron and next Spring they expect to again locate in the West The News extends congratulations trusting that happiness and prosperity may ever be theirs Rev S J Nichols who has been vis iting his children and grand children in Hart and other counties in that part of the state for the last 8 months return ed to Columbia last week Mr Nichols will be 82 years of age within a few weeks and is a well preserved man He has been a member of the Methodist church for 60 years and a minister of the Gospel for 50 Years Good living devotion to truth and justice has its reward in this as truly as in the life to come IIMr U P Morgan of Glensfork who was hurt some time ago by getting mashed with a tobacco prize and who has been confined to his room for nearly two months is now able to stir out a little He was severely hurt and is yet a weak man but is recovering Mr Morgan is one of our industrious honest hardworking citizens and we trust he will soon be entirely well The town Council is demonstrating the worth of the rock crusher and mak ing the most available way for the building of roads throughout our county i If you have not seen the crusheritake stones you may have doubts but all those who have witnessed it at work would heartily endorse the county buy ing one just like it The LindsayWilson Training School has an ad in another column ThisIis one of the best schools in Kentucky and the grad of work turned out by this nstitution is splendid en dorsement 1fi1t1j iI c o I r e I J of s JI i f ei11r iA5 Iaertor e To 1 1 C J r it ir k u t rZ CIt JJ It0 J4f j I t e o fi l 2 THE ADAIR COUN TY NEWS COLUMBIA KY DECEMBER 5 1- 906ilobsons r Vrn I Slaughter SaleDryGoods I John A Hobson Greensburg Ky is going to quitthe Dry Goods business and needsI floorspace for heavy Hardware and other heavy goods that he aready has in stockt He will make his pace of business the ONLY HARDWARESTORE in this section Overcoats Clothing Jackets LongCoats Shoes Hats Dress Goods = = Everything in Dry Goods Less than Factroy Prices JOHN A HOBSON CREENSBURC KY I PINE BLUFF ARK Letter From J McScott City Editor I of The Daily Graphic While making my last rounds for Sundays paper Saturday night just as the city clock was striking the hour of 1 I observed two forms about a half a block ahead and heard two half angry voices discussing the productive ness of two farms As I drew near I heard one say But I tell I you you dont know what you are t talking about I can raise all kinds of the finest fruit I ever saw on any farmyour place cant hold a candle to it This recalled a conversation I heard last year in front of Hughes Coffey s when Col J Newt Coffey was having his say about the wonderful fruit produced on his Briars Domain patchnear Gradyv idle It also recalled the trick he tried to work a few days later by stealing some of John Diddles fine apples and having them writ up as the produc tion of Briars Domain patch Pine Bluff is quite a little city has a population of 20000 andis the third best town in the state There are three daily pa pers here two afternoon and one morningentirely machine com position The Graphic runs three single and one doubledeck lino types and by the way this is the only double decker in the state I have been SQ busy getting on the inside of the work since I r came here that I have not had time to go into the country but am told that the city is surround ed by the best cotton corn and fruit country in the statetStanding on the bluff one has a fine view of the country across the Arkansas river for fifteen miles and the farms appear to be in as good condition as the floods will permit The land on the north side side of the river for several miles over flows almost every year and rescue boats are kept busy removing families to jrplaces of safety It would ap- pear from this that that section would be very unhealthful yet I am told by the health officer that the people do not suffer any more from malaria than those of other sections Trtown and the crowds that throng the streets daily splendid order pre vails There are only ten pris oners in the county jail and many mornings there is not a single case on the police court docket to the sorrow of the weary pencil push r er who hoped for a full docket r 4P t x ap 4 and several interesting stories This is a fine mule market and I would advise some of the boys from Adair to give it a trial They will not have to return home with notes like they do when they sell in the Guano dis tricts of Alabama and Georgia They can make quick cash sales here I am also of the opinion that Hecky Coffey Joe Burley Young and Ed Atkins could do well in the false face business in some sections of Arkansas Ed could furnish the pattern Hecky BurleyIwishes for the News and all my Adair county friends I am sin cerely J McScott IE C DeWitt Co of Chicago at laboratory Kodol is prepared assure us that this remarkable diges tant and corrective for the stomach con forms fully to all provisions of the National Pure Food and Drug Law The Kodol laboratory is a very large one but if all the sufferers from indigestion and stomach troubles could know the virtues of Kodol it would be impossible for the manufacturers to keep up with the demand Kodol is sold here by DrI J N Page GLENSFORK I GB Taylor and wife East Fork visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Z T Taylor of this place who is employed by L T Bradshaw Co has just finished bucking a large quantity of staves on Harrods fork Lawrence Wilkinson sold his farm to M 0 Willis and has pur LchasedWheat in this town and will com mence the erection of a new res idence soon George Carmon and family formerly of Wayne county are temporarily occupying the Grider Carpropertymon will have charge of the Up ton farm on Glensfork next year Messrs Elford Hadley Elbert Keeton Joe Morgan Tilford Petty and sister Miss Annie attended the social at Will Samuells Saturday night Joel Wilkinson who recently bought the Basil Chapman prop erty is now occupying his new home Mr Wilkinson is a good citizen and we are glad to have him with us An Alarming situation frequently results from clogged bow els and torpid liver until constipation becomes chronic This condition is un known to those who use Dr Kings New Life Pills the best and gentlest regulators of Stomach and Bowels Guaranteed by T E Paull druggist Price 25c s ftt DIRIGO Corn gathering is almost a thing of the past in this section Master Walter Harvey is very sick with typhoid fever Mrs Houston Strange has been quite sick for the past few days but is some better at this writing Finis Stotts and wife who have been in Indiana for several months returned home lastWed nesdaySeveral from this place attended the singing at Keiths Chapel last Sunday Born to the wife of J R Cum mins on the 25th a daughter t9 R S Royse was in Columbia last Monday Miss Lula Breeding Columbia is visiting her uncle J R Royse this week J W McClister sold one milch cow to Eldridge Stotts for 20 Ed Stotts is now an inhabitant of Dirigo Messrs G G Campbell and Landy Stotts visited J S Young Burksville last Saturday and SundayCampbell Stotts are running their saw mill in Cumberland this week They are trying to clear the yard before the holi days Evan Strange and Venus Royse are yarding staves for Pulliam Yates Co Fairplay Messrs H E Kinnaird and J M Campbell are stocking their farm with Belgian hares Mr Kinnaird says that he believes there is more pay in the rabbit industry than in teaching school FAIRPLAY MrCBurbridges little Daughter Cora Alta who has been confined to her bed with pneumonia fever is improving Prof Wesley Turner will sing at Pierces Chapel the First Sun day Miss Avada Grider of Inroad is visiting relatives here Mrs Callie Loy is sick at this writingMrs W D Hammons is visiting her parents at Joppa this week Our merchants at this place are doing good business The crushed stone placed on Greens burg street two weeks ago is beginning- to cement together making a road which is level as a floor and solid as tone can make it Burkesville street theIj I 1 dM yY Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky Is causing the usual stir in Old Greensburg Has re Clothing v is always there y 1500000 Stock of Drygoods 1000000 Stock of CLOTHING 10000 STOCK OF SHOES 10000 STOCK LADIES AND GENTS FURNISHINGS GreenRiverEvery one in Adair county is earnestly invited to call Woodson Lewis Greensburg LUMBER WflNTED We are in the market for Lumber at our Columbia Yard We give fair In l1igl16stI Standard Saw Mill GOB F RfiKESTRflW Manager E fl NEWBERR yard Foreman Coffins AND Caskets II I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it patronize J E Snow Russell Springs G AP S UMBanusCANES d r10 GLDVES HENRY W EDDLEMAN 408WMARKETSI LOUISVILLE t i C M WISEMAN ac SON Diamonds and Precious Stones I n Jewlers and Opticians U Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall 132 W Market St Bet 1st 2d St Louisville KyI THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY DECEMBER 5 1906 3 W Everett Lester DENTIST Liberty Kentucky Hotel Barber Shop I am conducting a Barber shop in the cor ner room of the Columbia Hotel and ask for liberal patronage G T Flowers Jr MEDICAL SOCIETY MEETING On Thursday the 8th of November the Adair County Medical Society had its most successful meeting The at tendance was large and the meeting very enthusiastic Two papers were read and freely discussed one by Wil liam Blair of Glensfork on Chronic Brights disease the other by Dr U L Taylor on Pneumonia The next meeting will be held on Thursday De cember 13th at which a full attendance is desired Important business is to be transacted November 28th 1906 U L TAYLOR Sec SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY S F White has made arrangements th the leading magazines and period ills and is now getting out a hand le fortyfour page catalog of his Lbbing offers His rates are guaran pd to be as low as any Magazine and Inscription agency in the country and many magazines can save you money ciich other dealers do not club Send r one of his catalogs it will cost you nly a postal FELEPHONE OPERATORS Why t Is That Pretty Young Ladies With Pleasant Disposition are Chosen To Fill Places While I am discussing various sub jects through the press I deem it un fair rot to make seme credible mention of the young lady telephone operators of our country I have often been remarkably impressed with their patience and courtesy under the trying circum stances through which they have to pass sometimes I have known of some occasions when it was well that a girl was at the switchboard because if it had been a boy and he had been of the same mind that I was right at that time some words might have escaped into the transmitter that could not be found in the Sunday School lesson Some time ago an instance came un der my observation which convinced flip hovonrl anv nnubt that a tplptYhone girl posess an unlimited amount of pa tience and courage to make a success ful operater I called for a certain party one day and central rang the number two or three times and I waited presently she came on the line and said Have they answered I told her they hadent She rang again and I continued to wait In a moment she came on again and said Did they answer No maam I replied you needent try again Oh yes came the voice back over the phone Ill try again for you just wait a little longer on the line she said sweetly 1 told her I would and she rang and rang again Finally I hung up the receiver and went off and I thought to myself that girl has more than I have under suchcircumstances and it is almost impossible to get her out of humor Some times there will be 10 or 12 ringing the central office at one time and she will invariably answer all the calls in that same pleasant tone of voice which makes a man ashamed of himself when he is inclined to get out of humor in the least To operate the switchboardcertainly requires patience ladyvJhowill make an operator to be admired by both patrons and public Why do I say that a majority of the telephone girls are good looking Simply because pret ty girls are nearly in ever case pleas nt and courteous and these are two f 1 essential qualities in the successful Hello girl I have seen them in the larger cities and towns and this rule will hold good in most cases F McL DUE TO COMMERCIAL CLUB Mr J W Quinn southern represen tative of Hastings Industrial Co has been in Burkesville for several days viewing the prospects for a canning factory Mr Quinn claims that he meeting with much encouragement isII it is very likely a plant will be located at that point Burkesville has a com mercial Club that is awake Whynot organize a commercial club in Columbia that will stay organized and bring things to pass OPINION OF A- CORRESPONDENT On the Change Recently Made in the Adair County News The following letter from our Pelly ton correspondent Mr Samuel L Cof fey is a sample of the kind words we are receiving in praise of our efforts to publish a strictly local paper for Colum bia Adair and adjoining counties As a correspondent and reader of the News we are pleased to note the recent improvement in the plan of the paper in regard to local news It has certainly almost reached the point of perfection in giving the interesting news items of Adair and the adjoining counties and one who wants to keep posted on all the local happenings cer tainly could not ask for a great deal more than it is now giving It is also gratifying to observe the spirit of en ergy and advancement it is putting forth in behalf of Adair and adjoining countiesThat right Mr Editor fight a good fight keep the faith and your re ward will come later as a result of your labor in the material intellectual and moral improvement of our entire community Discuss live questions without fear or favor rendering honor to whom honor is due always upholding the right and condemning the wrong in either high or low places tell the whole truth fearlessly and future gen erations will rise up and call you bless ed JASON M YARBERRY DEADI Mr Jason M Yarberry died at his late home in the Sparksville country last Thursday evening November 29th a victim of kidney trouble The deceased was fiftyfive years of age a brother of Mr Marshall Yarber ry of Columbia and was one of the- bes known men in that section of Adair county For twenty years Mr Yar berry served as constable and was con sidered a good officer and was one of the leading citizens of that country The remains were laid to rest Friday witnessed by a large assemblage in the Antioch cemetery SHIPPED HORSES TO ARKANSAS Messrs Robt Hudson of this city and H C Barnes of Somerset bought a carload of extra good horses in this and adjoining counties recently at from h was snipped from Somerset last week direct to Little Rock Arkansas where it will be sold If you wish a four years free schol arship to the State Normal School at Bowling Green register your name with the County Superintendent on or before December 8th and enter the examination Saturday December 15th SERVICES BEGIN Tonight Tuesday the Rev T L Hulse of Pembroke Ky will begin a series of meetings at the Methodist ChuAh South in this city The ser vic3have been well advertised and it is confidently expected that a large congregation will be in attendance through out the meetings Nearly every man or boy who could beg borrow or buy a gun muzzle or breech loader was in thefields Thanks giving making life miserable to the poor little bunnies and quail Many reports of large killings and miraculous shots are heard but we venture the as sertion thatmore good ammunition was wasted and less game bagged to the number of hunters than for many years previous Dontyou think it is about time to take some action in regard to the pub lie square r A DECIDED SUCCESS Was the Band Entertainment Thanksgiving Evening The Band entertainment Thanks giving evening was one of the most enjoyable affairs that has been witness ed in Columbia this season Every person in the large audience was un stinted in their praise of the program and the faultless manner in which it was rendered The band has given several entertainments all af which were good but the one last week was voted to be their best effort It would require too much space to give every number the praise due but suffice it to say that the entire pro gram was well executed and the au dience more than pleased The boys were assisted by Miss Grace Meek of the Lindsay Wilson Training School and Miss Margaret Taylor of the M F High School elocutionists Prof C F Ohlenmachers class Mrs L L Rounds class Miss Hattie May Pendland and Jennie Gar nett Mrs Rose Starks and little Miss ess Nell Hancock and Dora Eubank The Band boys wish to thank the many who so kindly assisted them in the program and to the people of Co lumbia who show their substantial ap preciation of the band DO YOU KNOW HIM Letter Received by the News AsK ing for Information of A J Karnes Several days since we received a let ter asking for information concerning A J Karnes The letter was written from Casey 111 by woman claiming to be Karnes wife She said that he had deserted her and she believed he had returned to Fairplay Ky where she had been informed he had another wife We have made inquiry but can learn of no such man in that section and can get positively no information about said party Mrs Karnes says that her husband was a native of Adair county From Mondays Louisville Times we clip the following concerning the celThat her husband a traveling man had wives in many of the towns he was accustomed to visit is the discovery that Mrs A J Karnes of Kasey 111 alleges she has made Mrs Karnes is now on the trail of her husband and also she declares on the trail of her husbands wives She says she is anx ious to know what has become of one or two who have disappeared Mrs Karnes visited Linton yesterday in the hopes of finding her husband thereI She was too late however this story of her troubles Karnes has always acted queerly He became restless and wished to go on the road and I acquiesed At Chrisney Ind he became infatuated with another woman and later taking X600 weich belonged to me he left I went to East St Lous but my trip there cost me more sorrow and disgrace than anything else In the course of my rounds I found out a number of things which I was not previously aware of I am convinced that my husband had a wife in Fair play Ky and another in Glasgow Ky and one in Evansville Ind EXAMINATIONS For Appointments To State Normal School at Bowling Green v County Superintendant Mrs Georgia Shelton will hold the examination in this city Saturday December 15th for appointments to State Normal School at Bowling Green Adair county is entitled to 6 free scholarships in this institution and those who wish to compete for these appointments must register with the County Superintendent on or before December 8th If you want to be exJ amined do not fail to make application by the date named This is a great opportunity for a four years free scholarship and one that we trust will be taken advantage of As above stated the competitive ex amination will be held by the County Superintendent on Saturday December 15 1906 between the hours of 830 a M and 330 p m The examination will be held upon arithmetic geography grammar United States history and spelling upon questions prepared and sent out by the Normal Executive Council The applicant must make a general average of seventyfive percent with no grade on any bran un der sixtyfive per cent r f 1l Vr y a J ft SMITH G H NELL STOP AT THE C IvUMBIA HOTEL Smitlo Nell Props ThisHotel was formerly known as the MAl CUM HOTEL f The argest and Best Hotel in Green River Section H The above named firm has just purchased it and it will be run in firstclass style H Rooms clean and the table supplied with the best the market affords Traveling trade solic- itedColumbia Kentucky Thel Louisville Trust Company Corner and Market LOUISVILLE yOrganized uuder a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a generai trust busi ngs is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Administrator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every posi tion of trust that can be held by an individual v It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor greatIi Dr James Menzies cu OSTEOPATHYS CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE y Office IAT RESIDENCE IIColumbia KentuckyS II j THE NEW BOBBITT HOTEL Near the Depot LEBANON KY NEAT ROOMS GOOD BEDS GOOD TAB E FARE I and as Good Accommodations as found anywhere 7 FirstClass in everything and most reasonable in Price The Patronage of Adair county Solicited I J BOBBITT SON Proprietors a- BuggiesJ Wheat Drills Winter Oats and All Kinds of Seed For Sale J il PHELPS jametown Kentucky DULLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FURNITURE CHAIRS AND MATTRESSES 627 WESTMAIN SIXTHOU1SBET EJIETHAND arr v f Isl DECEMBER S 1906 r r L R Chelf OjSyWe have made special efforts Read every item CHRISTMAS GOODS All kinds for everybody Presents for your friend toys for children No previous year has witnessed such an immeiisf stock of Christmas goods DRY GOODS Our line of Drygoods is new through out and by far the largest and most complete stock evar brought to Knif ley We have anything found in all uptodate houses UNDERWAR Heavy Winter Underwear for men women and children All sizes in net or sanitary fleece lined The very best makes KY 9hf r f lIte dait Ql1U1t1tM Ws Published Every Wednesday f BY THE h Adair County News Company INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR i Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests f1f the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties ntered at the Columbia Postoffice as second ass mail matter WED f DEC 5 1906 Senator Tillman of South Carolina has been noted as a game man one who is not afraid to speak in open court or meet an issue in the camp ofan enemy Last week he lectured in Chicago on the i Race Prob 1inthe face of assassination t rumors and a threatened uprIs- ing of the negroes of that city to prevent free speech Mayor Dunne asked by the ladies in charge refused to preside at the u meeting after a large delegation of blacks had beseeched him to interfere Senator Tillman scored the Mayor in no uncertain tone and stated that he was merely the Creature of a polit ical hour In view of the hostility lecturertithere were many policemen and detectives to guard the meeting In his speech he said The Northern people are making the fatal error of permitting the blacks to grow into the belief that they could muzzle a United I J States Senator He also said ttThe people of the North could not understand the imminent peril of the Swhites but in time the menace would be J brought home to them with ter rible force The Race Problem 4hasnever been solved It is one of momentous import to both races and to all sections of our great country but more especial ly to the Southern States The orthern people seem indiffer- tto its solution but rather force to the friction by en Ltgngthe negro and crit the Southern whites loof from the intel b Southern its at he into the light cture of the sit then1 in post tialand iritelli1 iar both races CLOTHING Mens and Boys Suits at prices to- leasb the buyer Large assortment Winter clothing just arrived to se lect from Buy where you do the best IILadies and Misses Jackets add Cloaks The very Newest Styles ILR CHE4LF KNIFLEY long Year by year the difference is becoming more aggravated and the solution more complicated and in the very face of such conditions the sentiment of the North seems to be shaped by the eqvironmente and doubtless is an extremist in his views on the Race Problem but the conduct of Mayor Dunne and the many who sought to suppress free speech is the acme of extremeism Dunne appears to be a powerful little man in a large and responsible place The best minds of both races in the South are not indifferent to the evil forebodings of the fu ture they see the picture dark ening as the years come and go and are seeking to avert the danger The sooner the intelli gence of the North realizes the peril of the South the better it will be The good of both races is involved and no part of our country should dodge the respon sibility of a peaceful righteous adjustment if possible What a sad picture is present ed by the staggers of a man under the influence of strong drink How strange that men of good intellect will yield to the tempta tion of the bottle forsake friends surrender honor and wallow in the mire of dissipa tion We have often wondered why these things happen why the young man of good training honorable parentage and intellect endowed ty the Creator for great usefulness can make such a tremendous sacrifice The wrecks in every part of the country the shame and certain destruction of the drunkard stand out to warn the young man of the dangers of drink The man who has passed the mend ian of an average life who has been indifferent to the advice of his best friends and his own judgment is not so much an ob ject of pity as the young man who is just starting probably unconsciously to a drunkards g r a v eanuntimely ending The whisky traffic its manufact powerIfulpeople throughout the land are really becoming alarmed Its sale is becoming more and more restricted and the Legislatures of nearly every State are grap ling with this monster to stamp it outJrp the face of local government dverridi desires communities arid SS j laws fI 1 IJ a BOOTS SHOES Heavy boots and shoes for every day wear also the nicest assortment of Gents Ladies and Childrens fine shoes we have ever offered to the public See our special for children National Government authorizes its manuaf cture and sale If the active leaders of prohibition will cause Congress to be flooded with petions asking for such islation as will protect any an every community from such in terferance doubtless such a law would be made and it would be ofmore value than any step yet taken The National Govern ment is master of the situation Congressman Bennett of the Ninth District was the victim of an over dose of confidence a few days ago H was attending festivities in Charlestown when an acquaintance asked for a loan of 20 The Congressman was too muc engaged to write a check 2000lin a hurry and joined the merry whirl Next day he found that he had been pulled and immedi took steps to recover hislately The party was arrested in Cincinnati Rev A R Kaseys sermon last Sunday morning was one that marked the path of duty that pointed out the way clearly and hit where the licks were needed It is a blessing of inestimable value for any community to hear such sermons Plain duty pre scribed righteous criticism or re buke given can not fail of good results In the right spirit his plain strong message was delivered GRADYVILLE r Dr L C Nell bagged nine of the feathery tribe last Thursday- Dr S A Taylor informed us leis new mill was doing a good business at Keltner Mrs R L Caldwell visited her relatives in the Milltown commu nity one day last week Miss Sallie Diddle of Columbia visited Mrs Mollie Diddle sever al days of last week Mrs H A Walker and daughter of polumbiawere calling on our one day last weekMrs Florence Furgison and daughter Miss Mary of Cumberland county were visiting Mrs C Wilmore at this place a few days of last week Mrs Thos Yates of East Fork visited her daughter Mrs W C Hill at this place a few days of last week jv Goy J R Hindmanin com II t L BUGGIES r IY tn We carry the Banner Brand buggies and surreys Remember that paint icovers many a defect Be wise buy from a home dealeril Wagons Plows Mowers The excellence of the Weber and Oliver Chill Plow is estatlishedIthe world ovev Farmers use themtf4averywherethe test We are also agents for the Deering Mower and Reaper and ke all kinds of repairs in stock pI Ipanywith Hon Leslie Powell of Columbia were in our commu nity last Saturday night fox- hunting knowndman com pany with Owen Hardesty of Campbellsville were with our stockmen a few days of last week in the interest of live stock Mesdames J 0 Russell and Lou Miller of Columbia visited the family of Mr Joe Hunter one day last week Helen Wilmore of Colum IMrs the guest of Mrs L C Hindman last Saturday We are glad to note that Mr Allen Keltner and family of Sulphur Well are now citizens of our communityI Several from our town attend ed the band entertainment at Co lumbia Thursday night Mr AG Wilmore Chicago Ill spent a few days with his relatives in our city last week Rev G Y Wilson after one weeks visit at Scottsville return e home last Saturday C S Bell received a nice lot of hogs at this place last Friday at 54 cents per pound Mr L C Hindman was trans acting business in Columbia last SaturdayIer of Milltown were transacting business here one day last week Mr C S Bell informed your reporter that he spent ThanksJgiving day at pleasantly and enjoyed a first class dinner at the Columbia Ho tel Mr Martin the uptodate ho tel man of Edmonton wasat the Wilmore house last Monday and informed us that every thing was moving along nicely at home Thanksgiving day was observ ed by several of our people and we must say that Rev W H C Sandidge delivered a very excellent sermon appropriate for the occasion at the Methodist church this place on that day We are always glad when it is convenient for Bro Sandidge to preach for us The protracted services con ducted by Revs Wilson the pastor and Walbert of Metcalf ccjunty at Big Creek church are doing cornlmunityUp to this time there has been twenty professions and 5 1 and the good work is still going on Mr Charles Yates of our town informed your reporter a few days ago that he had received a letter from his nephew Mr Wil lie Grady of Indian Creek Texas stating what boys couldmake down in his state picking cotton Mr Gradys three boys average from four to six dollars per day at the business We are glad to receive such news and especially from people from Grady ville On last Thursday at the beau tiful home of Mr and Mrs C 0 Moss ofour city gathered a few of their relatives and friends to partake of the elegant dinner that had been prepared by his es timable wife We have not time theIgood things that had been pre pared for this occasion but to say the least it will long be remem bered by every one present and will be grateful for another oc casion like this I VESTER Hauling wood moving gather ing corn and logging is the or der of the day Most all the hogs will be slaughtered this week as conta geous diseases are spreading and getting near us Though no one in the immediate vicinity have lost any yet Bro Southerland of Concord delivered some interesting ser mons last Saturday and Sunday at Bear WalloI Mr Grant finished the list for our district last Saturday after noon E L Poynter one of our industrious farmesr is hauling logs for a mill set on his farm Will ready for sawing by the first o the year Mrs Betsey Bryant remains in the same low state of health Mr Mathew McDaniel is com pleting a nice barn this week on his farm here Drury Moore is located on his farm here feeding a bunch of hogs FLOUR AND SAW MILL FOR SALE- I have for sale V firstclass flour mill in operation also a good saw mill Will sell reasonable Call on or ad OWENI453m KnifleyKy r u IS i l rJ3ApAIR COUNTFwS COLUMBIA KY DECEMBERS 5 1906 5 tt01fd Fbih1iJrtrrOl f k If you are complaining about something good to eat read our bargains 2 pkgsShredded Wheat Biscuit 25c 1 EggOSee 15c 1 Pawnee Oats lOc 1 lb Flake Hominy 03i 1 03c 1 Hominy Grits 03c 3 Three lb can Pie Peaches 25c 1 31b can yellow ctawford peaches 20c 1 pkg Grape Nut 15c 1 Salmon 10c 1 Silver Crest Salmon 20c 1 can Pet cream 05c 1 lb challenge condensed milk 10c 1 can Polks corn lOc 3 lb can Tomatoes lOc 3 Green Beans lOc 3 Krout 10c 3 lbs Best Whole Rice 25c 6 Pickles 05c 1 bottle Pickles 10c 1 Pickles 25c Monarch Coffee 20c Evening Cup Finest Made 22c Oco Coffee 15c 1 Qt Maple Syrup in fancy water bottle 45c Full line of Fancy Candies Fruits Cakes crackers etc 1 am after your tradeS W BECK CO 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 a2 aatt = c1 m PERSONAL i a js S S Jo Russell is in Columbia Al Pedigo of Glasgow was here Monday Trigg Defevers of Absher was here county court Henry Altsheller of Horse Cave was here Monday Mr Claud Hobson of Dunnville was in town Monday Mrs Sue Russell has been quite sick for several days W D Stephens of Russell Springs was here Monday Frank Sinclair is in the Louisville and Cincinnati markets Alvin G Rosser of Rugby was in Columbia Monday Mr John Q Alexander of Camp bellsville was here Friday Jo Williams of Montpelier was in town one day last week R L Sherrill and Jno A Caldwell of Mill town were here Monday Dr J H Grady of Monticello was in Columbia the first of the week Dr R A Jones of Cincinnati was visiting in Adair county last week Mr S C Noe of Summersville vis ited Mr Chas Sutton and family near Columbia last week Mr J Q Phelps and daughter of Russell county visited Mr W F Jef fries Sunday Messrs G B Cheatham Alber Mercer and J C Browning of Milltown were here Monday Mr Marvin Young of Cumberland county visited his brother R K Young last week Coy E Dudgeon Horace Massie and Chas Dudgeon of Cane Valley were here county court Mr and Mrs Charles Browning of Bliss were among the callers at the News office Monday F J Ingram W N Smith S S Vanhoy and Claude Callison of Cane Valley were here Monday Wm Vance one of Adair countys best young men left this morning for Elida New Mexico Mr and Mrs Anderson Morgan of Glensfork who have reached a good old age are said to be in a feeble state of health Mr Sam Grant of Absher called arid advanced his subscription last Satur jMrsIAt f JI v FS A Mers and little son 1 I JII rt yi i q 1age oMonti9elIo are yisit ing Mrs Myers parents Dr and Mrs J N Page on Greensburg street Mr L C Powell of Glensfork gave the News a pleasant call last Saturday and left a dollar to enliven his subscription Mr Powell also paid for his son in New Mexico Dr Lafayette Page wife and little son Lafayette and Dr R J Blake man and wife of Indianapolis who at tended the AzbillSchramm wedding returned home Monday Dr J G Bosley and wife of Richmond Ky were visiting Mr LBHurt and family last week Dr Bos ley and wife left Monday for their new home at Muskogee Oklahoma Mr L A Powell who has been vis iting his brother in New Mexico re turned home last week Mr Powell did not stake a claim as he was not favorably impressed with the country Dr J H Grady of Monticello who visited in Columbia the first of the week was called home by a teephone message stating that his wife was dan gerously ill Up to the time of going to press we have not been able to learn of her condition Mrs Elizabeth Allen of Iowa is vis iting Mr W F Neat and family of Garlin this county Mrs Allen is 80 years old and is as vigorous and active as many at the age of 60 She was reared near Pellyton and made this long trip back to the country 6f her birth unaccompanied Mrs Allen was a daughter of Mr Jacob Mills and a sister of the late Capt Jno W Mills ANOTHER FARM VISITED By News Man and Many Improve ments Noted and Good Stock Seen It was our pleasure to spend a part of a day with Mr R F Paull on his farm one day last week and to note the wonderful improvements made o that body of land within the last fe years The fencing has been rear ranged and made good the briers and bushes destroyed and worn out places restored To day it is a beautiful place clean and well kept while a few years ago when it came into his possession it was ragged galded and filthy There is not a space on the entire farm going to waste and a large part of the upland is as productive as his rich bottoms The entire boundary contains 212 acres well located a large part of it in luxuriant grass and sparkling streams of water flowing through every field It is not the high state of cultivation entirely or even mostly that absorbs its owners attention but the fancy brew steeds Polan China hogs Aber deen Angus and shorthorn cattle an good mules of all sizes common wit the breed for good service The fact is Mr Paull has already impressed this community as a stockman producing the very best specimens of swine fine horses and cattle all of which has been proven by blue ribbons received at our fairs The public road to his planta tion and to other good farms adjoining has been wonderfully improved by th united efforts of all interested in that substanceIworn its actual value largely reduced and within a few years has transformed it into one of the prettiest and most in viting and profitable places near Columbia He has demonstrated the worth of good system constant care and in telligent farming and while he has spent money and time to accomplish it yet he is reaping a good harvest in the profits on the stock that leaves the farm Hes as solid as a dog fight Mrs Mary Harvey teacher of the West Columbia common school informs us that she has a reading class with 36 pupils enrolled Thanksgiving Day each of those pupils had prepared a composition and others had recitations After the exercises were over an old fashioned spelling contest was held Mrs Harvey has an average attendance of 71 and last month the average grade for the school was 64 per cent t PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY J L Atkins Zion A L Whitfiield Columbia W H C Sandidge Ebenezer W S Dudgeon Mt Gilead A R Kasey Columbia J A Johston Mt Carmel tf G Y Wilson GradyviUeJ T J Campbell White Hill s j F J Barger Glen ille KZE Williams Col mbia t a c s LOCAL NEWS Born to Mr sand Mrs SM Coffey of Joppa a girl Monday December 3rd 1906 Remember the seriessqf meetings to begin at the M E Church this Tues day evening Edwin Wilson is learning to operate the switchboard at the Columbia Tele phone Cos exchange New Stock mens and boys hats and caps just received and the prices are right FRANK SINCLAIR Elder Tobias Huffaker will preach at Hutchinson School House on Saturday night before the first Sunday in this month f pricesonTheir groceries are guaranteed fresh pure and wholesome A good coat of crushed stone has been placed on the street leading from the Campbellsville pike to S H Grinstead Cos poultry house Adair county is entitled to six appoint ments in the State Normal School at Bowling Green These appointments are good for four years All the degrees will be confered in the Columbia Chapter next Friday the regular meeting day Work will begin at 1 p m and a full attendance is de sired The Adair County Medical Society will meet Thursday December 13th in this city A full attendance is desired as important business is to be tran acted The Columbia Telephone Co have had two booths made in their central office for the use of the public This benefitnappwWe publish a letter this week from J McScott of Pine Bluff Ark who is desirious of having Messrs E G Atkins J N Coffey and J A Young remove to that section and organize a False Face Association About 6 weeks ago a black sow with white feet and face unmarked and will weigh about 175 pounds came to my farm Owner can get same by paying for this ad and feed KATE GADBERRY 4lt Sparksville Ky If you want a beautiful calendar for 1907 and the Adair County News for addressd ahpay one year in advance you get the Calendar just the same PUBLIC SALE I willsell at Public Sale at my home on the Hunter farm Ii miles from Yeing implements one work mule 1 cow a buggy and 25 barrels of corn R L SHERRILL MARRIAGE LICENSES County Clerk T R Stults and Depu ties issued the following marriage li censes during the month of November John R Harper to Miss Mandy F BraggLouis E Schramm to Miss Ethel Walcott Azbill Sam H Dixon to Miss Ethel Garner Geo E Wilson to Miss May E Pick ettRobt M Wilborn to Miss Millie ChapmanEdd to Miss Lou Ella Beard W H Wheat to Miss Lucy A Ab sher T Frank Sandusky to Miss Ollie P Morrison LAND STOCK AND CROP f Mr Z T Pelly sold to Giles Bros three mule colts for 156 Pellyton Correspondent 0oO E L Feese sold to J N Coffey last Wednesday two colts for 135 i ooo f Ernest Harris sold bis Oi L C sow aad IO pigs to RollinJkrowmng for 25 l 1 I l r 7 i1i iodsayOOOU1ilsoo u Training School SECOND TERM BEGINS JANUARY 1ST Board in Dormitory 7 p Mo FOR CATALOGUE OR FURTHER INFORMATION ADDRE- SSNEILSQN MOSS Columbia = = = Kentucky 1 J O RUSSELL Pres BRUCE MONTGOMERY Asst Ch HENRY N MILLER V Pres J N COFFEY AsstChIA D PATTESON Cashier THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF COLUMBIA CAPITAL STOCK = = = 25000 It is examined four times each year by National Bank Inspector and required to report at the option of the Comptroler of Currency which is made on some date within the past SAFE SOUND PROGRESSIVE THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN THE COUNTY BOARD OF DIRECTORS JNO 0 RUSSELL BBAXTON MASSIE JAMESP BEARD HENRY N MILLER Z T WILLIAMS J F MONTGOMERY Your Business Solicited r= v f Y iJI o I1I iIr MACHINE SHOPOpened up by experienced Machinist Repairs Promptly and Correctly Made on Engines Boilers and all Machinery Shop well equipped- A C SURREY f CAMP ELLBVILE KY t rr i f E k J P Coffey sold a nice cow to G S Wethington of Clementsville for 20 J P Coffey sold a boundary of fine hickory timber to Frank Pendleton for 100Pellyton Correspondent 000 Solomon McKinley has lost 25 hogs with cholera G G Reynolds bought of Joe White of Russell Springs two calves for 20J F Reynolds of Gar lin sold G G Reynolds this place three hogs for 625 netOzark Corre spondent 9 o00 Claude Pemberton the wellknow stockman of Elizabethtown bought last week from Vic Robertson of Har densburg the saddle horse Quality price 400 000 The following tobacco sales were re ported on the Louisville market last week 10 hogsheads Adair county new Burley 850 to 550 4 Adair dark leaf and lugs 640 to 575 27 Hart and Green new burley 1075 to 4 45 5 Taylor dark 790 to 5 20 15 Met calfe new burley 850 to 5 50 15 Green new burley 59 to 550 000 Solomon McFarland of Cane Valley sold his fine young jack to John Wol ford of Casey Creek for 350 This young animal is a splendid individual and will prove valuable to that section of Adair county 000 Frank W sold a mule to Lu- GGeensforkther Conover of for 150 o 00IAltsheller Co bought six mules here Monday at prices ranging from 10O to 125 1 Chapman Dohoney of Milltown sold Roger Pemberton of Elizabethtown a young horse for 160 000 Lee Farris bought Mrs Ollie Dur farmrIcontains 112 acres and Mr Farris now owns it all 000 R W Hurt bought five hogs from G G Morrison for 30Gadberry Cor 000 reportIchoice butcher steers 425 to 475 fair to good butcher steers 350 to 425 common to medium 3 to 350 Common to medium stock heifers 2 to 250 Choice packing and butcher hogs 200 to 300 pounds 625 medium 160 to 200 pounds 610 roughs 350 to 565 Choice fat sheep 375 to 4 common 2 to 3 buckS 175 to 22 choice etcher lambs 5 to 6 4V rSUBSCRIPTION AGENCY S F White has made arrangements periodicalssome fortyfour page catalog of his clubbing offers His rates are guaran teed to be as low as any Magazine and subscription agency in the countryand moneyWhichothesaealers r Dont you thick it is about time to public i I 6 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY DECEMBER 51906 f J PELYTONI Most farmers are about doner gathering corn The yield is not up to the expectation and the quality of a great deal of it is in ferior owing to so much of it be ing rotten J H Pelly recently moved from a farm near here to the property he purchased in Columbia ard Levi Henson has moved into the house formerly occupied by him The schools in this section will soon close out We presume all teachers and pupils will be glad to finish the school term before the Christmas holidays as the weather usually gets disagreeable in the winter for country schools Mrs Ermine Jeffries and daughter Alma of Celeste Ky visited her old home during the sickness and death of Mrs Jef fries mother So far as we know most fat tening hogs in this community are almost fat enough to kill and will probably nearly all be slaugh tered before Christmas Mrs Lynnie Moss has been visiting relatives and friends here and at Edith for the past several daysIt is gratifying to note the words of commendation in the News in praise ofW G Ellis in regard to the work done on the public road of which he is over seer Mr Ellis has kindly prom ised your correspondent that he will write up before long quite a lengthy article on how to make goodroads according to his ex perience and have it published in the News Lookout for it soonMrs Fannie Roberts and little daughter of Portland Indi ana are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs D K Pelly Messrs Luther Ferryman Wal ter and Oscar Sinclair JAHarden Marvin Ferryman and others are having quite an inter esting and instructive debating eachoSaturday evening and discuss questions of vital importance Many celebrated orators have gained their first inspirations in this kind of societies have over come embarrassment and were then enabled to talk while stand ing on their feet Success to the societyMrs Fannie Roberts and daughter Amelia who have 1been visiting relatives at this for several weeks left Sunday for their home in Port lamed hid Mr J C Sims of Campbells ville dealer in tombstones was throughour community last week Mr J R workman who has been sick for some time died the 26th He leaves a wife and a number of friends to mourn his Joss Mr S C Neat the traveling salesman was with our mer chants one day last week Mr Levi Henson and wife of Bimnville moved last Saturday- to Mr S L Coffeys farm Mess s Sanders Lemmon have opened up a new grocery store in our town Mr J P Coffey sold a boun dary of hickory timber to Mr Frank Pendleton for 100 also Mr D K Pelly sold to some parties boundary for 156 Mr and Mrs J H Martin and five children have returned home after an extended visit to Mr Martins mother 83 years of age who lives county On Monday the 18th instant i Mrs Henson the wife ofJoseph Henson died of typhoid fever after an illness of only a few weeks She leaves a husband and a large family of children most of whom are grown or nearly grov n besides a number of relatives and friends to mourn her loss The burial took place at the Tabernacle burrying ground on Wednesday following Her son Bennett who has been very low with the same kind of fever is improving and itjis thought is beyond the danger point Mrs Susan Coffey the subject of this skecth wasl born near Stanford Ky February 12th 1830 and died November 20 1906 Her maiden name was Susan Dudderar and she was married to Warren Coffey Sep tember 14 1852 To this union were born two daughters and six sons one of whom died many years ago She lived to a ripe old ageI nearly seventyseven years and her whole life was a continual source of good deeds nobly done No act no word or deed that was not strictly upright in its tendency ever received her ap probation and she always stood ready to commend the right in everything and condemn the wrong Being raised up in the good old days of strict honesty and integrity and taught those principles in youth she adhered strictly to them during her long life and all those who came un der the sphere of her influence felt the power radiating from a strong and noble womanhood The description of a grand and noble woman as recorded in the thirtyfirst chapter of Prov erbs beginning at the tenth verse may appropriately be ap plied in this instance She accepted her Savior many years ago and was ready and waiting when the summons came The loss sustained by her children relatives and friends is her eternal gain Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord that they may rest from their labors and their works do follow them following the rag When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was the most important consideration Willis T Morgan retired Commissary Sergeant U S A of Rural Route 1 Concord New Hampshire says I was two years in Cuba and two years in the Philipines and being subject to colds I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which kept me in perfect health And now in New Hampshire we find it the best medicine in the world for coughs colds bronchial fNVa r n i J r anteed at T E Paulls druggist Price 50c and 1 Trial bottle free OZARK Corn is about all in and we hear a deal of complaint about rotten corn Ed Maupin the shoe drummer was here recently and sold a nice bill of shoes G G Reynolds was at Russell Springs recently W T Montgomery and family of Stanford Ky were visiting their parents here last week Ike Montgomery who has been sick for eighteen months is im proving slowly I A J Combest has built an ad dition to his home that adds very much to its convenience and comfort f B 0 Hurt thep poultry man is erecting a new dwelling and barn on the farm he Recently bought of W A Roy 4 4 Rev Johnson filled Hisjregular f 4jjjj Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it imparts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c appointment at Clear Spring last SundayMrs J C Bryant in improv ing slowly Theodore Powell was at Russell Springs a few days ago Ozark has two dry goods stores one saw and grist mill and a corn crusher and all seem to be doing a thriving business Mrs Ed V Miller of Crocus was visiting her mother Mrs Mariah Powell a few days ago Misses Cora Lee and Estelle Montgomery were visiting their aunt Mrs E B White recently The young people of this com munity gathered at Mr T J Bryants last Sunday night and had a nice singing The Sunday School at this place is getting along nicely It is a mistake to use a violent cathar tic to open the bowels A gentle move ment will accomplish the same results without causing distress or serious con sequences later Dewitts Little Early Risers are recommended Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia Ky- SOMERSET I have been located at this place for some time and will write a letter for the News which I hope will be of interestI increasjingcar system will be ready for traffic about Thanksgiving and wil be much benefit to the scattered populace In the past few days two of this towns best hotels have been burned which caused a loss of 10000 besides great in convenience to the traveling pub lic The most serious objection I can find to Somerset is the sa loji bul I think iie goou people will vote them down Work is very plentiful here carpenters receiving from 150 to 300 per day The little town of Ferguson incorporated to itself is south of and adjoining Somerset and has no saloons We have the machine shops employing 1200 hands and a new roundhouse is being constructed that will cover 2 acres Fifty new houses are going up and more will follow as soon as lumber can be secured In Ferguson we have preaching twice a month prayer meeting every Tuesday evening and Sunday school JASPER Doss Death from Lockjaw never follows an injury dressed with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning Chas Oswald merchant of Rensselaersville N Y writes It cured Seth Burch of this place of the ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw Cures Cuts Wounds Burns and Sores J 25 cents at TE Phu S drugstore 1utl 4r JI CtJtJ It ii IeI e V Do You Like PROMPT SERVICE IF You Do Send Your SASHNtDOOROrders to I L L Hughes Coo t 215211219 E Main St a LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 1 Our facilities are unsurpasseda trial order will convince o WHEN IN LOUISVILLE 4- o GET ACQUAINTED WITH o THE PROGRESSIVE FIRM 0 HUB 0UMI RROS Centrally Located 524 526 528 West Market Street WALL PAPER A New Department 4 CARPETS Immense Assortment RUGS Incomparably Fine Line 4You Are Greatest A at All Courtesy Shown Times io inspeci VurT VJsiicrs Sways t Various Lines of Goods Call Whether you buy or not t44444444444g444 4444 4444444444444444444c3-o FRANK CORCORAN n HIGH RADE MARBLE AND GRANITE V u v S t CEMETERY WORK OF ALL KIND TRADE FROM ADAIR AND i ADJOINING COUNTIES SOLICITED SEE us BEFORE YOU BUY 4 Kyotiooo h 4 4 8 W g Fifth Avenue Hotel t PIKE CAMPBELL MGR Refurnished Redecorated and Re t modled A Firstclass Hotel at Popu lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale tand Retail Districts Churches and a Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE 1FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS t Louisville entucky 1T r t r1 N l HI- a ff THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY DECEMBER 5 1906 7 t r yIGeneral Merchandise Ladies Furnishing Large line of Ladies and Misses Cloaks ackets Furs Etc Men s FurnishingsClothing Shoes Hats etc etc 44 as as 1 jc f1 1 t2 Js J i JJ jr 0I nH i F ALL HEIGHTS IN STOC I 116 E Market St Send for Catalogue rlA ttoia prtuz L =WWOOD HELD ISTAtfDRD STY1 IN SIX 1 REED MILLER AGENTS FOR THIS SECTION This one ofi the Best an most Reliable Landries in the State V Send them your linen and the work will be promptly and neatly executed e E r W R w F SON Agte GloveS and Gloves for Ladies Misses and less Big Cheap Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Runs Cream Runs Presses and other He Is For It costs to keep when not It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when For call on or Co 519 Main Street 8 1 OF ALL KINDS OF FOR ok PHONES 2267 Ky OUR with sand WOOD FIBER without sand Write for Also KOOS1ER JKILL PRASTER PUNT Ind Phone 555 rl t- I i Line of Shoes Gents an than Line of Freezers the Prs This W AGENTS Bro b Rev H M is at New a Mr and Mrs Cole man of are their here F L Jones the a tract of land of Elisha for 500 Our have been get ting in the work on the quail since the 15 Rev V Y Willis is a at for Rev S M He has been for more than a H C has her to Mrs of D C and will move to Louis ville her has a E J has to the farm he near ville Green River got up and Uncle Dick is is meal by the for the last days have about the of their corn and the crop is to be the ever raised in this sec tion A man with a ankle will use a crutch rest the ankle and let it get well A man or woman with an over worked stomach cant use a crutch but the stomach must have rest just the same It can be rested too without Kodol will do it Kodol the work of the tired stomach and corrects the diges tive Kodol fully conforms to the of the National Pure Food and Drug Laws and sold by DrJ N Page Ky f ELLA The for work is very good here just now There are some log to roll up up boys with your mills we want to hear the all us is our motto in Ella had a very with Jno Neat of Co at Sano He to be in an frame of smiles as he- was to the mer is talk of a inail route from to Ella We hope how soon it will be sit is very much Mrs Sue of this lace- is in very poor Wef hope i tT t Plows- We are for Globe Plows Price paid for We Can Frame Your Pictures with the Cheapest well the Finest in the Market I Eti 1Louisville Ward Weihtngton BrotherCARRY HEI- GHTSLaundryLebanon Steam COLUMBIA Johnson Prop LEBANON KENTUCKY I TH- EJackofallTrades JEFFRIES 7Sample Prices IFEEPumps WaterI Separators Printing Running Paper nothing working working particulars addre- ssFairbanksMorse LOUISVILLE KENTUKY Kentucky Wall Co MANUFACTURERS PLASTERING MATERIAL SOUTHERN SACKETT PLASTER BOARD River StseOTH Louisville BRANDS DIAMOND LOUISVILLE CAMPBELLS CEMENT PLASTER testimonials Operating Jeffersonville i0i Shoes Biggest Sample Children Wholesale Furniture machinery MIDDLEBURG Shouse Salem Lincoln county holding mesting Clarence Louisville visiting parents jeweler bought Giffered sportsmen hereabouts holding meeting Bethel Ridge Carrier absent weekMrs McWhorter rented property Robert Austin Washington where husband position Cooley moved bought Huston Sunday McDaniel making bushel several lOur farmers completed cribbing thought largest sprained starvation performs digestive apparatus provisions Recommended Columbia outlook timber yards beginning Hurry whistles around Business vacinityThe pleasant meeting umbia yesterday seemed amiable mindall selling goods chantsThere Russell Springs needed Tarter health former recovery soonI Ecrtilizers and Agents Fertilizers Chattannooga Chilled Highest Country Produce COBURGBelow A number of our farmers are getting in a good lot of fall plow ingOwen Hardesty passed Coburc with a good bunch of cattle bought south of Columbia Thurs daySurveyor McCubbins has com theIof 80 acres 40 of which are retained by Mr Russells wife and the rest divided equally between her two children by her former husband Mrs T S Scott and Fred Cow herd are in Bowling Green this week visiting their sister Mrs Lander Scott and other relatives and friends ilhe Haskinsville and Gillead singing classes are invited to meet with the Ebenezer class at that church the 1st Sunday after noon Miss Jane Kerr and a friend of hers of Campbellsville visited at the home of Mr J A Dul worth Saturday and Sunday The young and old people of this community met at the home Jo Bill Russell Saturday night toI sing and at Chas Morris Monday night Plenty of good music for the old folks bnffalo and snap for the young ones and Hide and seek for the kids It is proposed to improve the road on Caney Fork by making new cuts and raising it out of the creek Proposed to run up over front of R G Elmores yard build up under the bluffabove him go over the George White hill cut into the corner of Lee Pharris field by so doing avoid the creek which at times renders the road almost impassible Deadly Serpent Bites are as common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the latter however there is a sure rem edy Electric Bitters the great restor ative medicine of which S A Brown TheyIa tric bitters cures chills and fever malaria biliousness lame back kidney and bladder troubles Sold on guaranty by T E Paull druggist Price 50c RSITO TOBACCO SUIPP Ve wish to stateto our friends through out the tobacco growing sections that we are not connected directly nor indirectly with any other warehouse or warehouse company We conduct a STRICTLY INDEPENDENT Tobacco Warehouse Commission Busi ness and respectfully solicity our patronage C A BRIDGES Co Props TOBACCp WAREHOUSE IPICKEtt Louisville Ky 0 h OementsviIKc and Mouldings Dehler Plaster and o IS D Crenshaw VETINERY SURGEON Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any surgical 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 JAMES TRIPLETT DENTIST RESIDENT PHONE 29 OFFICE PHONE 40 RING 2 IS OFFICE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY WILMORE HOTEL Firstslass Table Good Sample Rooms Feed Stable Reasonable Rates sWM ILMOEe FKO- Qradyville Kentucky Dr O S Dunbar DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky s HotelsRestaurant 1 1tl3 i Limcl at all oaP Nighta tCOMFORTABLE ROOMS The trade oiAdair and adjoiLine coauties solicited LEBANON KENTUCKY For chapped and cracked hands nothing is quite as good as an application of eWitts Witch Hazel Salve Put it m before going to bed use an old pair f gloves and see what a difference the lorning will bring Sold by Dr J N mnbiaKy t 1 8 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY DECEMBER 5 1906 WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS i Weeks HappeningsNews Important or Otherwise as Report i i ed By Our Corps of Correspondents BLISS As your regular correspondent has gone to New Mexico to make his future home I will try and and give you a few itemsIMr Samuel H Mitchell and family with his father and step mother moved December 1st to the farm recently purchased by him from Miss Sallie Stewart near Columbia We are sorry to give this good family up as they are good neighbors and always ready to help in time of need Judge Herriford of Columbia brought to this place a nice bunch of cattle They will be fed and sold to the farmers of our community for feeding and grazing J W Patterson of this place bought a combined mare from Logan Sherrill of Gradyville at a nice price R F Paull bought one mule colt from Mr J Wi Patteson Mr Wm Francis was assigned- to Loretta this week Mr Fran cis is a man that is reliable and always ready for service when Mr Judd needs a manIMr W T Melvin attended the reception given by Prof Ohlenmachers music Glass last weekJOpen the bowels and get the cold out of your system Kennedys Laxative containing Honey and Tar opens the bowels and at the same time allays the inflammation of thfe mucous m e m branes Drives out the cold and stops 1thecough Absolutely free from any opiates Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Pleasant to takeI Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia Ky JOPPA Corn gathering is the go at this writing Some ofour farmers raised so much more than they expected they had to borrow cribs to put it in Young Bros are doing a good business sawing near Sano Will move their saw to another set soonMr Kent Montgomery visited his father at Ozark Sunday Everything sold at good prices at Mr Oliver Willis sale Satur day Mrs Cattie Willis is un decided whether she will rent her farm again or move to it herself Mr JP Willis and daughter Miss Addie were shopping at Ozark Wednesday The women of the country are having a good time now They getIThanksgiving seemed to be en jf rJoYed by all the nei hbors I was thinking ofa great many things we should be thankful for Then I thought in the last year fifteen soul had been saved and added to our three neighboring churches and was nafc that the greatest to be thankful for n RUSSELL SPRINGS Thanksgiving services were held at both churches here on i last Thursdayat the Methodist church in the forenoon and at the Baptist church at night The services at both places were in teresting Quite an interesting program isbeing prepared by the Sunday t 4 t k4f IltIll j It e t l schools here for a Christmas en tertainmentMessrs D Stevens and G A Kimble two of our merchants returned from the city last week where they have been to purchase r goods We understand that Rev C C Loyd of Rowena is having a very interesting series of meet ings at Smiths Bottoms Mr Loyd is well and favorably known here He attended the Russell Springs Academy for two terms Several ofour citizens were out hunting on Thanksgiving Mr W D Stevens bought a weekIMr D Popplewell of Ono was here a few days ago looking at property with a view of buying Jt is noticeable a cold seldom comes on when the bowels are freely open Neither can it stay if they are open Kennedys Laxative containing Hon ey and Tar is the original Laxative Cough Syrup Tastes as pleasant as maple sugar Free from all opiates Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia Ky- MONTICELLO If you will allow me a little space in your paper I will write a lines I see a great many letters from Russell Adair and Casey counties which are inter esting to me I learn of many things in that way were it not for your paper I doubtless would never know- I was reared and lived in Rus sell county near Font Hill Ky until six years ago with my son moved to Wayne county and while I have spent those six years very pleasantly with the good people of Monticello and adjacent backrrecall the many pleasant memo ries of the past I am now 62 years of age The majority of hose of my age who were my associates in my early days have passed away Almost every pa per brings the news of some one who has died According to na ture it must be shortly said of me As I said I hear from a great many of my friends in this way that I would never hear from any other way I like the advantages here First I will say because it is a very healthful country My health is better than it has been fom several years We have handy access to church and school We are only three miles from town and an excellent road Twenty minutes drive will take us into town The four denomi nations represented here all have modern houses of worship and a kind Christian spirit existing amongst the people We have an excellent graded school here just started last year and is doing a fine work and bids fair to do a great work The churches pay their pastors well consequently we have good preaching One beloved pastor Bro T L Hulse who served us faithfully for four years is a great preacher and did a great work here The time limit taking him from us Rev B F Atkinson of Louisville has een sent to take his place An other great man Who would not like to live where they have such preachers as those Now I dont want to take upktoo much r f a r space especially as this is the first time in life that I have writ ten to your paper but thought I would take this way of letting my friends know where I am and how IW getting along so I will close for the present Very sin cerely yours Mrs Perlina T McBeath GADBERRY W L Bird has his shingle machine in opperation at ames FrankumsMrs Bird has five geese that weigh 54 pounds four of them weighed ten pounds each and one weighed 14 pounds James Frankum lost a valuable work horse Tuesday night Sunday Nov 25 was the 80th birthday of Jesse Stone A few friends met to celebrate the day with him We were glad to know that he was able to go to church on that day The wish of his many friends is that he and his sister who is in feeble health may live to celebrate many more birthdays and when done with this life that they may meet in the sweet beyond to spend eternity together with friends and loved ones gone before Mr Zach Darnell has been on the sick list for a week Mr James Gadberry and fam ily of Fairplay visited at J L Darnells Saturday and Sunday- I P Taylor and family of Glensforkwere J A Darnells Saturday There will be an Old folks singing at Pierces Chapel next Sanday afternoon Everybody invited J A Darnell was bird hunting last week He got 20 quail out of 24 shots The birds live hard when Joel gets after them It is a mistake to use a violent cathar tic to open the bowels A gentle movement will accomplish the same results without causing distress or serious con sequences later Dewitts Little Early Riser are recommended Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia Ky WIUORE HOTEL Flrstslass Table f Good Sample Rooms Feed Stable Reasonable Rates W M ILMORe PRO Gradyville D Kentucky Dr QS Dunbar DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia Kentucky a THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVECOUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists inThe Red expelling Colds from the u Blos tem by gently moving they somand the bowels A certain Honey Beo relief for croup and is on every whoopingcough bottle Nearly all other a cough cures are constipatingespecially OpiatesKennedys Honey Tar moves vnolstereLKENNEDY CONT- AININGHONEYMTAR PREPARED AT THE LABORATORY OF E O DeWITT a CO CHICAGO U 8 A Dr J Nv Page Agent Colombia Ky V H iV Ii I offl 1 s i 2 I td JlIL- r J I tI 1C0 M J Cathof Bros Lace Curtains Blankets Comforts LaceCurtainday The original lot of 1274 pairs shrewdCurtainthe entire lot is exhausted Prices cut still deeper so if you have Cur opportunity Lace Curtains 3yards lonf 40 inches wide at pretty patterns CQp Lace Curtains 3J yards long 45 ageatLace Curtains 3 yards long 50 in wide worth 198 IQ atILace Curtains 3J yards long 50 in wide magnificent value M Cfl at I Lace Curtain in all popular weaves large line of patterns to select from QQonly Heavier bed covering will be neces 1tagea great saving 50c Double Blankets24cat65c at double blanketsr125 double at blanketsgae 98blanketsExtra fine wool clankets in white equalforspecial at iJrrJU Full size comfort filled with white flOnSpecialHandsomely quilted Comforts rich patterns cotnon filled a 200 quali 0onlyFine quality Satin Cumforts hand somely quilted filled fine white cotton a 250 quality 01 00 ataYour Mail Orders wilt have our Careful Attention 8th and Market Street Louisville Ky 300 PIANO GIVEN AWAY FREE tONE TICKET With every 50c purchase made at our store Come in and see it C r Diamonds Watches Jewelry f The Latest and Newest Designs for Christmas Diamond Jewelry Co I 304 W Market St Louisville Ky 1K M J ttX J FRED W HARDWICK Pres J COCKE V Pres R DIETZMAN Supt W IPyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 jVIILtLtWRICsJ1TS I mACtllfilSTS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIETeSNTHWftlN LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK SOLICITED All Kinds of Machinery Repaired I Special Reduced Rates HEi4DERso4 ROUTE TO Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Francisco Los Angeles and San Diego fcOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES SEASON 1906 J j COIiOfllST RATES TO California Points and Great Northwest Dates Sale September to October 31 1906 tS1 us Fp12 FULL INFOR7VSraTIONI J H GALLAGHER L J IRVIN t Traveling Passenger Agent General PassxAgeiit 0I J c Louisville Kentukyv t 1 1 a r A i v 3r 8i1O j e fItJifl f ti iIIot If Jj trI r fi j r= r r r 0ilr I + r 4 fiJ iIEii rt b kd