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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lI jRJ tvtjf at Ngtiat r f I VOLUME 10 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 191906I NUMBER 6 U S MAIL CONTRACT Between Columbia and Campbells vilie Awarded to J B Barbee The contract to carry the mail be tween Columbia and Campbellsville was let to Mr J B Barbee ef this city for 1398 We understand that there were sev eral bidders for this route but as usual the longest pole knocked the persimmon The schedule will be as follows leave Columbia at 200 a m arrive at Camp bellsville 600 a m at 1030 a m arrive at Campbellsville 230 p m except Sunday when only the early trip will be made Coming this way leave Campbellsville when the train arrives and make the trip in Jour hours This schedule is practically the same as before the auto took charge Mr Barbee will take charge off the line the first day of January 1907 and continue for eighteen months VALUABLE YOUNG HORSE DEAD I Hr R F Paull lost one of his fine edits last Friday night deathresulting from colic Just a few days previous he had received his certificate of regis tration and in view of its form size and pedigree Mr Paull fully believed that he would have a great animal by thee she was 4 years old In fact he Pad refused 125 for her at leaning last September His other ftly same age is doing well and he s turned away a bid of 150 for here one that died was sired by Red rd dam the old grey mare that has thered more valuable colts than any tier mare in this part of the country OUR APPOINTMENTS Made To State Normal School at Bowling Green Miss Rena Conover of Columbia Messrs J V Dudley of Glensfork James A Caldwell of Milltown and Buford W Sherrill of Knifley were appointed by Mrs Georgia R Shelton County Superintendent to a four year I course at the State Normal School at Bowling Green As had been previously announced in the News last Saturday was the date set for the County Superintendent to hold a competitive examination for the purpose of selecting the successful candidates for the free scholarships It was expected that eight or ten applicants would appear but only the above men tioned parties showed up and as the examination is not necessary unless more than six applications are received the appointments were made Adair county is entitled to six free scholarships next year four of which have been well placed and we are of the I opinion that those who desire to equip themselves for teaching are making a mistake in not securing an appointment i FAMILY REUNION On Thursday December 6that the home of James R Wade of Watson Mr James B Ruberts and wife Mrs J S Murphy and daughter Sallie E of Casey county Mrs R F Rowe of Cumberland county and Mr W L Russell wife and little son James s Wade of this county bringing with them well filled baskets it being the I said gentlemans seventieth birthday He and Mrs Wade were the recip ients of many nice and useful presents Both were surprised but delighted all the children of the family being present except Mrs Williams and Mrs Arnold of Anna Texas and Mrs C H Wade of St Louis Mo All present report an enjoyable day FOR SHERIFFS AND CLERKS T response to a request from Auditor Hager a ruling was made by Attorney General Hays as to what fees are to be allowed Sheriffs and County Clerks for issuing warrants for and collecting de linquent taxes on real and personal property He holds that sheriffs are entitled to six per cent on all amounts after that County Clerks are entitled to 60 cents for issuing warrants for delinquent taxes for recording such tax sales one cent for each 10 wcrrs 25 cents for recording release on redemption and 10 cents for indexing each n ame against whom tax warrant is is sued APPOINTED SPECIAL JUDGE James Garnett of this city has been appointed special Judge of the Whitley Circuit Court to try the case of Procter Coal Company against Manning TWO PAPERS THIS WEEK Two issues of the News will be punt ed this week Tuesday and Saturday- in order to give the force the regu ar Christmas Holiday NEW BANK AT ROLEY Organization Will Be Perfecte- Saturday Next Saturday the stockholders of the bank to be organized at Roley this county will elect officers and otherwise perfect plans for the launching of this new enterprise We could not get the entire list of stockholders but the ollowing named gentlemen are among the ones interested Mc C Goode T M Wolford C L Wolford G E Walker F C Land G W Chelf J A Williams W B Beard G TV Beard and G J Chelf Roley is in one of the best farmin districts of the county and with the timber interests much business is tran sacted hence the necessity for an institution of this kind With the organization of this bank it will make the fifth for Adair which shows conclusively that our county is rapidly coming to the front financially Heres hoping that the new institution n will prosper and be a great benefit to the good people of that section CUTTIN SOME Messrs Stults Bros and Co hav four saw mills at work in different sections of the county Within the las few months this company has pur chased a number of large bodies of timber and the mills are preparing it for market as rapidly as possible SERIES OF GOODSERMONS Heard at the Mk Church During Meetings Recently Closed When the last sermon of the series of meetings which closed at the M E Church Sunday was heard it was uni versally expressed that some of the best sermons ever heard in this cit were delivered by Revs Hulse an Kasey Kyformerly t Gradyville this county conducted the services until last Friday when he was forced to leave in order to meet an other engagement The sermons delivered by Rev Hulse were logical arid eloquent and our people are better for having heard him Rev Kasey pas tor of the M E Church delivered some very excellent discourses and while there were no additions the membership is greatly revived 4 GROCERY CHANGES HANDS L W Bennett Co sold the corner grocery near the Columbia Hotel to J L and Geo McLean and this firm are now in charge Bdnnett Co sold this place a few months ago to W C Murrell then bought it back and now sold again Its certainly a trading corner Robert Allen of color who has been awayfrom Columbia for about three years returned one night last week and was immediately lodged in jail to serve out old fines amounting to IlSdays RUSSELL CREEK ROLLER MILL Now Owned by W G Burchett and Green B Smith COLUMBIA LIGHT PLANT MAY BE MOVED Last Saturday Messrs W G Bur chett and G B Smith purchased the interest of Mr J S Stapp in the J S Stapp Roller Mill near Columbia and in the future it will be known as the Russell Creek Roller Mill Burchett and Smith proprietors This mill was bought and installed by Mr Stapp about three months ago is 50 barrel capacity and a firstclass mill in every respect The new proprietors are former citizens of Russell county and are high toned gentlemen and good citizens Mr Burchett is a miller of long ex mandWe understand there is a deal on between Mr W R Myers proprietor of Columbia Electric Light Co and the proprietors of Russell Creek Roller Mill to run the electric light plant with their water power This wouldnecessitate the moving of the Light machinery but would doubtless prove less expen sive and equally satisfactory Campbellsville suffered two destructive fires Saturday and Sunday Decem ber the 8th and 9th The home of Mr S E Kerr was destroyed by fire and on the last names date Mr J E Gow 40000gstaves were burned The losses will reach 6000 IDEAL SITE SECURED Kentucky Gets the Choice of Lo cations at Jamestown Exposition Kentucky has secured an ideal site for a State Building at the Jamestown Exposition next year A committee com ofeFrankfort Director of State Building oftBowling Green Director of Forestry exhibits and C C Ousley Secretary of the Commission visited Norfolk last weekand made a formal report on Saturday to the commission The Ken tucky Building which is to be a replica of the Fort of Boonesboro will be located on the North side of the Exposi tion grounds and immediately on Hamp ton Roads A beautiful pine grove numbering some 500 trees furnishes a background for the stockade and log cabins Some of the trees will be encircled by the stockade and will ad to the picturesque appearance of the structure About 75 feet from the front of the stockade is the beach of Hampton Roads It is an excellent bathing beach and the sands come to the very doors of the cabins harmonywitdThe structure built by the great pioneer was flanked in the rear by a great for est while running along the other side of the stockade was the Kentucky river The pine forest has been reserved by the Exposition Company exclusively as a park and all other requests for this place as a building site had been refus ed The request of the Kentucky Com mission was granted only because the building to be erected by this State will harmonize so nicely with the surroundings Eld W G Montgomery an Ada county boy who is in charge of the First Christian Church at Belton Tex as writes that the work under him is progressing nicely and we learn that his salary has been raised to 1200I Mr J H Young has purchased the old Isenberg store building from Mr J 0 Russell but will not begin to raze it until Spring at which time Mr Russell will begin the erection of his business house LAST SERVICES On next Sunday the Rev A L Whitfield will conduct his last servicer t at the Presbyterian church as stated supply It is earnestly hoped that all the Presbyterians and Cumberland Presbyterians of the town and community will be present as it is Mr WhitIfields desire to emphasize some things which vitally affect the interests of the reunited body and also to make the occasion one of great enthusiam in view of the early prospect for a regular pastor A MAGNIFICENT GIFTp Rev J S Gatton of Campbellsville preached an interesting sermon in the Columbia Baptist Church last Sunday Rev Mr Gatton also solicited aid for the buildingof a dormitory for the Baptist school of his city now under course of construction Just the amount he received we are not advised but Mr J S Stapp one of the most able and liberal Baptists in Southern Kentucky gave 1000 With such magnificent donation from one man sufficient money ought to be secured at an early day to build a large dormitory STOTTSSTAPLES Married This Tuesday Morning all t oclock Miss Blanche Stotts and Mr E M Staples were married this Tuesday morning at 11 oclock at the home of Eld Z Williams the officiatingminis ter in this city While the wedding at this time is somewhat of a surprise to many it was known that the event would eventuall take place The bride is a daughter ofgSMr and Mrs Ed Stotts of the Bliss neighborhood and a pretty and accomplished young lady who has a large circle of TMrandisserved two terms as Deputy Sheriff making a good record as an officer The many friends of this happy cou ple extend sincere congratulations and the News wishes them all the happiness of life they so well deserve WILLISCONOVER Wedding at Residence of Eld Z L Williams Last Sunday Evening The marriage of Miss Nannie Willis and Mr Ollie Conover at the residence of Eld Z T Williams last Sunday evening at 730 oclock was a surprise to many of their intimate freinds and the ceremony was witnessed by only a- Very few Miss Willis is a very popular youn lady and is held in the highest esteem by all who have the pleasure of her acquaintanceMr is the youngest son of the late W S Conover and is an in dustrious and honorable young man The News joins the many friends in extending the usual courtesies SMITHSPILLMAN Last Sunday evening Miss Mattie Smith and Mr Wm Spillman of the Gradyville community were united in marriage at the home of the brides father Mr Wash Smith the Rev W H C Sandidge officiating Both of these young people are very popular in that section of the county theitm new BANQUET The Frogge and Columbian Literary Societies of the Lindsay Wilson Train ing School have arranged with th manager of the Columbia Hotel for a banquet Thursday evening December 20th Covers will be laid for twenty five Mr Flavius Taylor an upright and honorable citizen of Greensburg died last week The deceasedwas the father of Miss Margaret Taylor teach er of Expression in the M F High School this city COLUMBIA GROCERY CO 5 Incorporates For jOaBraxton Massie Takes Interest January 1st f The Columbia Grocery Company last week filed articles of incorporation and lacedits capital stock at 10000 The following gentlemen are the incor porators A H Ballard E L Sinclair and Braxton Massie The first of January 1907 the stock will be greatly enlarged and the busi ness increased at which time Mr Mas sie will take an interest and devote his time to the work Since the organization of this Compa ny in September the business has been more than doubled over that of its pre hasaenjoyed the confidence of the public and with good prices and immediate shipments have succeeded in building a very substantial trade which with an increased capital and better facilities for handling the goods the new firm ex pects and we believe will succeed in establishing one of the best and largest wholesale houses in Southern Kentucky The New member of the firm Mr Massie is one of the best known busi nesss men in Adair county enjoying a large acquaintance and the confi dence of all Success to you gentlemen Since our last issue we have added to our excellent corps of correspondents two new names representing Webbs X Roads and Nell We want a live re porter at Breeding Casey Creek Rug EuniceYand McGaha PAID LIST r1 he News Honor Rollccis Your Name Written There Herbert Jones G W Todd Solomon McFarland S N Strange R S Bai ley Mrs A L Newby Mrs Cattie Stephens John Wallace Alex Murrell Tom Waggener J W Thombson Mrs Rosa East Mrs Ada Sherrill Dr E B Atkinson P M Bryant Jas A McGlasson Miss Josephine Field D W Parson D L Mooneyham G G Morrison PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY A L Whitfield Columbia W H C Sandidge Edmonton W S Dudgeon Hutchinson School r HouseA Kasey Tabor J A Johnston Clear Spring G Y Wilson Pleasant Ridge T J Campbell Greenbrier F J Barger Creelsboro Columbiag y CHRISTMAS GOODS The stock of holliday goods at Rus sell Cos is the best assortment of Fr of that class of goods ever shown in Columbia buyers are taking them ey r cry day 52t IIPUBLIC SALE Sale at my home on the Hunter farm 1J miles from Milltown on the 20th of December my household and kitchen furniture farm ing implements one work mule 1 cowJa buggy and 25 barrels of corn R L SHERRILLfS tL Mr J S Stapp has several neatly 1 bound bibles for sale They will make ithe best gift you could give to your son daughter or friend Call at the Spectator office and see them a Our Hatcher correspondent informs eus that all of the stock for the Cream ery at that place has been subscribed and a committee appointed to select a site CUT PRICES r From this date we cut prices on ally tilCloaks Ladies Skirts an- makeroomforSpring d Furs Must r stock sV j 52t RUSSELL Co V 1906i1906pS I i 0 sons Slaughter h 5aIeDry Goods JohnA Hobson Greensburg Ky is going to quitthe Dry Goods business and needs I floor space for heavy Hardware and other heavy goods that he aready has in stockIHe will make his pace of business the ONLY HARDWARE STORE in this section Overcoats Clothing Jackets Long Coats Shoes Hats Dress Goods = = Everything in Dry Goods Less than Factroy Prices JONHAHOBSC CREENSBURC KY R tr r fWI iCIRIliL rv THE MONEYLESS MAN Is there no secret place on the face of the earth Where charity dwelleth where virtue hath birth Where bosoms in mercy and kindness will heave Where the poor and the wretched shall ask and receive OIsthere no place at all where a knock from the poor Will bring a kind angel to open the door f Oh search the wide world wherever you can There is no open door to the moneyless- man Go look in your hall where the chande liers light Drives off with its splendor the dark- nessr of night Where the rich hanging velvet in shad owy fold Sweeps gracefully down with its trim F mings of gold And the mirrors of silver take up an renew In long lighted vistas the wildering view Go then at the banquet and find if you r cant A welcoming smile for a moneyless man Go look in your church of the cloud i reaching spire Which gives to the sun his same look o on fireaWhere the aisles are gorgeous within And the walls seem as pure as a soul without sin l Walk down the long aisles see th rich and the great In the pomp and the pride of their world estate N Walk down in your patches and find if you can Who opens pew for a moneyless man Go look in the banks where mammon 0has told His hundreds and thousands of silver and gold I Where safe from the hands of the starving and poor Lie piles upon piles of the gUttering ore Walk up to their counters Oh there you may stay Till your limbs shall grow old and you hair shall grow gray v0 And youll find at the bank not one of a the clan With money to lend to a moneyless man Go look to your Judge in his dark flow ing gown With the scales wherein law weigheth equity down Where he frowns on the weak and smiles on the stropg And punishes right while he justifies wrong Where juries their lips to the Bible have laid To render a verdict theyve already made Go there in the courtroom and find if you can Any law for the cause of a moneyless man Then go to your hovelrriio raven has fed The wife that has suffered took long f her bread Kneel downJ y her pallet and kiss the r death frost I r From the lips of the angel your pover ty lost Then turn in your agony upward to God And bless while it smites you the chastening red And youll find at the end of your lifes little span Theres a welcome above for a mon eyless man HENRY I STANTON SEEKS TO AVENGE BROTHERS DEATH Blind Man Said to Have Secured Own Arrest That He Might Ac complish Purpose A welldevised plan to bring about his own incarceration that he might wreakvengaence on his brothers slayer is said by the police to lay be hind the arrest last night of Millard Butler a blind man who lives at 1624 abrothder was killed October 1 in Quinns saloon at Seventeenth and Lytle streets by Ze rella Smith who is under indictment charged with murder While Butler denies any intention to harm Smith he was put in a cell in a tier in the jail far apart from Smith Milliard Butler was a carpenter by trade until about thirteen months ago asfthe result of a nerve disease After his- ffliction came on him he was support ed by his brother Melvin Butler The deepest affection existed between the brothers and is said to have increased storyeof his brothers tragic death two months ago was detailed to Millard Butler by his mother and he is said to have sworn vengeanceButler said to have called at the arsrested and was denied admission Shortly after 11 oclock last night Patrolman Hand was attracted to the Butler home by cries and found Mrs Mary Butler Butlers mother trying to get into the house She told the of ficer that her son was in a state of in toxication arid would not open the door for her The officer forced an entrance and found Butler stretched out on the floor seemingly in a drunken stupor When saidrto have made a hostile display toward the patrolman Hand arrested Butler and charged him with disorderly conduct On the way to the jail in the patrol wagon But ler was ostensibly maudlin drunk bu as soon as he was put in jail sobered up withremarkable speed Until this de spite his threats Hand had not seen through Butlers actions The officer told the jail authorities his opinion Butlers action and the prisoner was put in solitary confinement in which he is still held today When questioned today Butler denie- any intention of injuring Smith and ridiculed the idea that he intended using a pocketknife found on him He talked at length to his fellow prisoners about the killing of his brother and made the vehementse r questionedWhat do I want to hurt Smith for heEvenmgPostorit will be remembered that the But ler were formerly citizens o Adair county having removed to Louisville many years ago BOARD OF SUPERVISORS For Adair County Appointed by Judge Hancock The following named gentlemen have been appointed by County Judge Han cock as the Board of Supervisors H HarveyJIt will be seen from the above list that good men have been selected for this responsible position and that the appointments are well divided through out the county Mr Miller from Co lumbia Mr Kemp from the Keltner country Mr Harvey from Sparksville and Breeding Mr Conover represents the Montpelier and Glenville section and Mr Russell from Green River These gentlemen will meet in Columbia the first Monday in January and proceed with the business Last year the Board of Supervisors raised the list as turned in by the assessor 196899 which made the tax able property in the county something over two million dollars At the meet ing of the Board in 1907 it is confidently willbeSAVE MAGAZINE MONEY iAfter considerable trouble and time theiandlourcan in the United States offersi s Mag TDay regular price 6 350I Magazine The price 600 my price 3 SuccessIMetropolitan National World ToDay any two for 165 except Cosmopoli tan and World ToDay are 150 to same address Any magazine or periodical published can be ordered throughme For 400 we will send you the first 3 magazines mentioned and The Adair County for one year Address all or ders to S R WHITE Magazine Agency Columbia Ky SATISFIED WITH KENTUCKY Mr C Gowen of Gradyville return Texastwen was in the west for three or four weeks countryn fineiKen tucky Home with stronger attachments and with less desire to leave the Old Gowenspriqeisthis to take chances on the uncertain ties of west We are not giving a calendar to in duce you to subscribe that is not our main purpose but in token of our ap preciation to the many who have been prompt jto pay for it in the past and who will risk one dollar on the future pastfor new white or black rich or poor i f t n Woodson Lewis Greensburs Kentucky Is causing the usual refittedClothingis always there 1500000 Stock of Dry goods 1000000 Stock of CLOTHING STOCKLADIES GreenRiverEvery one in Adair county is earnestly invited to call Woodson Lewis Greensfturg LIJME3ERWflNIIDWe Lumber at our Columbia Yard We dive fair In spection and pay highest Gash prices Give us a Trial StdlldrU Saw Mill 60IB F RflKESTRflW J =E fl NEWBERR Yard fOf6manI Coffins AND Caskets I keep ready for us wIl kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be soldat short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it patronize J Snow Russell Springs Itp J 1 lBRt1t rS 1TrJ t3rslji i4i X CAHE t aGCYES hJM 1 it hI L E1 O I frHEMY W EBDEEMSN lHJ8W JJA ETaST1D U fSVUJE KY CoM WISEMAN SON I Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians 1 Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line jf Oposite Music Hall 132 W Market Bet 1st Ii 2d StLo UlsvdleKy 1i It r t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY DECEMBER 19 1906 3 GREAT VICTORY FOR TEMPERANCE v Eleventh District Local Option With Exception of Bell County The Eleventh Congressional District of Kentucky excepting the county of Bell has decided that no intoxicating liquors can be sold within her borders For many years the temperance ele ment has raged a terrific war on the whisky traffic and one by one the counties have fallen into line until now only one blackens the local option map and it is possible the entire district will be local option as it is claimed that the temperance people have strong proof of fraud in the Bell county election last weekSRev Edgar W Barnett of Corbin formerly paster of the Baptist church here is secretary of the temperance organization and the results show that he did some very valuable work The temperance people of this dis trict are to be congratulated upon be ing the first in Kentucky to vote in local option RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Whereas God in his wisdom has seen fit tp call from our ranks Brother Den McClellan to his reward on high be therefore resolved FirstThat Russell Spriugs Lodge No 1801 00 F has lost one of her best members the community one of her most respectable citizens and the and the family a loving husband and and father SecondThat we extend our heart felt sympathy to the bereaved wife and children of our beloved Brother and Commend them to one who has said Cast thy burbens upon me ThirdThat these resolutions be ipread upon our records and a copy be Kent to the family of the deceased Brother and a copy be sent to the Som erset Journal Columbia Spectator and publicattion SYLVESTER HARRIS J W MITCHELL Com W H HOPPER SAVE MONEY We have made clubbing arrangements with the following papers dailyp d o A A Adair County News weekly 50Adairi 25AdairThe Daily Herald is worth 400 per- year and is a good paper but by a r special proposition we make it to you in connection with the News at 100 rf but your subscription to our paper must be paid in advance Send all orders to the Adair County News Columbia Ky BOND FIXED AT 200 e examining trial of Leonard fAtth for assault with intent to kill the defendants bail was fixed at 200 which he was unable to gjveIThe facts brought out in the trial were substantially the same as publish ed in last weeks News Jones has recovered sufficiently to be able to go about town yearimean to become one why not pay one dollar in advance and get a beautiful calendar for your home and a local paper that you will appreciate Mr Finis C Baker of Bakerton Cumberland county has been sent back to the Lakeland Asylum for treatment Mr Baker is wellknown in Adair hav ing many friends who will regret to learn of his misfortune Judge Carter of Cumberland been presented a petition ICounty an election be held to de whether or not saloons can be the county 5he First National Bank of Columbia presents its reason for asking your patronage i W O Hendrickson 8i Co the mer youfpatronize them r OBITUARY Mrs Josephine L Sanders wife of E E Sanders of Roley this county passed from this to a more beautiful world on the 14Tho f November 1906 at the age of 59 years Mrs Sanders has been a sufferer from paralysis for about five years and fo the past 13 months has been unable t leave her bed andcould not move either hand or foot for five months previous to her death While a great sufferer she bore her affliction with grea patience JosephinLbellsville where she was well known The deceased had a large number of friends and was loved by all She wa a member of the Baptist churchiThe deceased is survived by a hus band two daughters Mrs W F Hen drickson of Roley and Mrs W S Hendrickson of Urich Mo and three ons J E J A and B L Sanders of Barren county Miss Myrtle Hen drickson of the LindsayWilson Training School is a granddaughter The remains were carried to Cav City and there laid to rest by her youngest son Wood There was no trace of sorrow on her brow but a smile that denoted peace sweet peace A FRIEND CLOTHING PRICES REDUCED We will sell all heavy clothing and overcoats at reduced prices from this date RUSSELL Co 52t HIRED TO TENNESSEE A Mr McKinley and Miss Harvey of Jeffersonville passed through Colum bia Thursday enroute for Tennessee Both parties have relatives in Adai county The foundation for the Baptist par sonage is being put down and as soon as possible McLean Bros will begin the carpenter work The 11th District is supposed to be UDry but our town receives visits from uOld Man Skaggs pretty often We are indebted to Mr J W Huit for a copy of the poem published n another column entitled uThe Money less Man Rev Edgar W Barnett writes us that Whitley county rolled up over 2000 for local option Every county in the Eleventh Con gressional District has voted local option in excepting Bell S W Beck Co have a large as sortment of Christmas trix See Santa Clause on display at their store If you want Christmas goods read the News and you can find who has em The News and Louisville Daily He ald 2 DIRIGO R 0 Stotts who has beenat Jeffersonville Ind for the past months came home last Tuesday IJ R Cummins is now furnish ing the power for the Murphy saysothere is nothing so handy as a traction engine atprotracted meeting at Independ ence school house Monday the 17thMr Charles Bennett Fairplay weeksMr S C Neat paid our mer weekchants Sunday While Idislocatedfell and A horse fell with Hershel breakingehis collar bone and perhaps dis located his shoulder W Campbell was in Cdlum lastJ Saturday for the first time in over three years Mr Campbell is now in his 78th year and is one of the few Mexican sol diers now living in this part of the State While in Columbia he met with many old friends he had not seen for a long time so it goes without saying that he enjoyed the day SPRINGSr We are having an excellent se ries of meetings at the Methodist church The infant of Geo Reid died on the6th Mr Millard Guthrie of Row ena was here one day last week Det Acree our Flower merchant is doing a flourishing businessMr D Stephens is putting down an excellent side walk in front of his residence David Watson who has bee in Clinton county for some months was home one day last weekCora the little daughter of Al len Twyford is very sick at this writing Mr Thomas Morrison the pop ourmerchants last week i Lindsay Wilson r Training SchoolI SECOND TERM BEGINS JANUARY 1ST I Board in Dormitory S7 per Mo v FOR CATALOGUE OR FURTHER INFORMATION I ADDRE- SSNEILSON c MOSS Columbia = = = Kentucky t l i J H SMITH G H NELL STOP AT THE COLUMBIA HOTEL Smith Nell Props l II This Hotel was formerly known as the MAl CUM HOTEL The arrest and Best Hotel in Green River Section U The above named firm has just purchased it and it will be run in firstclass style II Rooms clean and the table supplied with the best the market affords Traveling trade solic- itedCColumbia Kentucky The Louisville Trust CornerWUlTlpany LOUISVILLEOrganized wider 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 he State as Executor Admin position impartial cor greatfinancial Dr James Menzies OSTEOPATHY CONSULTATION ANDRiceEXAMINATION FREEAT RESIDENCE Kentuckyn THE NEW BOBBITT HOTELN- ear y the Depot LEBANON KY EfOanywhereFirstClassThe Patronage of Adair county Solicited J D BOBBITT SON Proprietors L i Buggies 1 Wheat Drills Winter Oats and All Kinds of Seed For Sale isII PHEL- PSJamestown Kentucky DILLER BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FURNITURE CHAIRS AND MATTRESSES I K7 WESTMAIN aTEETLouisvilleSET FIFTHAND iKy to V F C 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY DECEMBER 19 1906 s i prti stW ek8 fore christm S 31 Lt K 1t I viC he IPf t S I We have made special efforts to supply this section with all its needs and demands Read every item 4 CHRISTMAS GOODS r All kinds for everybody Presents for your friend toys for children No previous year has witnessed such an immense 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 leYWe have anything found in all uptodate houses NDERWEAR Heavy Winter Underwear for men women and children All sizes in net or sanitary fleece lined The very beet makes r KNIFLEY KY I Itff ie f J L B q Ihe ni QVDuntyltws r Published Every Wednesday BY THE r Adair County NewsCompany INCORPORATED i CHAS S HARRIS EDITO- t Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties ntered at the Columbia Postoffice as second ass mail matter WED DEC 19 1906 For the last two or three years the reading public has been given so much information as to the conduct of corporations the merging of interests and the ex travagance of many of those in charge of trusts funds that lic sentiment has asserted itselfI through the halls of legislatures and through the channels of legal procedure until it appears that the way of the sinner is The fact is that the National Government is leading out as the demands of the people indicate Criminal prosecutions for viola tion of law by corporations and trusts are now assured By this means thers will doubtless be many convictions and men in high places will suffer behind the bars as well as those whose social and financial standing could not stay the hand of justice In other words the prison will con tain the rich as well as the poor the high as well as the low the big thief as truly as the little No sane man can dispute the neII tice of such a course and if Government fails to out AVwhiteIIwashi and the proPosi1tion ageedait is that all men in official posi tion both public and I prIvateI shall give a strict receive justice as merited Such a union and such a strong one such a demand and so emphatic can not be ignored by those viri charge of enforcing the law without suffering the penalty t that an intelligent indignant public will inflict The time for excusing thieves in high finance astrulyas in the lowly walks of life seem to have passed This I is simple justice i L+ r CLOTHING Mens and Boys Suits at prices to pleasb the buyer Large assortment Winter clothing just arrived to se lect from Buy where you do the bestf Ladies and Misses Jackets add Cloaks The very Newest StylesV L CHELF hard Western Kentucky seems to be the most lawless of any part of the State at present The feel ing against corporate interests that have been buying and han dling tobacco has manifested itself in the most lawless man ner and deserves the severest punishment within the law to in flict Three hundred masked men burnedand destroyed nearly half million dollars worth of prop erty This is the methods pur porting to advance the interests of the growers of dark tobacco but it is extremeism gone mad = it is anarchistic it is incendiar ism that needs the severest pun ishment The President has appropriated nearly all of the Democratic platform Thats all right the more Democracy he gives the people the better it will be for them The Democratic party has been held up by the President and the income tax plank takenG- RADYYILLE Mr J T Hamilton of Nell was with us last Thursday W a Yates of Portland was shaking hands with friends here Friday We have a firstclass barber nowL E Thomas Mr G T Flowers is with the boys now when it comes to the feathery tribe Mr J M Wilson one of our best farmers was transacting business in Columbia last Thurs dayNotwithstanding the warm weather our farmers continue to slaughter their hogs Dr S A Taylor made a trip to Kemp last Wednesday and was by the bedside of several sick peopleRev G Y Wilson and wife and C 0 Moss attended the re vival services at Columbia a day or so of last week J J Hunter received several thousand pounds of tobacco at this place last Wednesday Messrs Ed Atkins S C Neat 4 and James Goff grocerymen of Louisville were with our merchants last week Profs J S and Wm Stapp will sing here Saturday night before the 4th Sunday in this 1 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 R month and also on Sunday following Every body is invited to come Mr E V Thompson is making several improvements on the place where he is living Mrs Helen Wilmore of Columbia spent a few days of last week visitin relatives in this communityhis of teaching there was a bountiful supply of everything that was good served on the school yard the last day of school This term will long be remembered not only by the pupils but by the patrons Atthe home of Mr and Mrs J AitODiddle last Friday Rev G Y Wilson and wife C 0 Moss and wife and Mr G T Flowers of Elida New Mexico were very highly entertained and WQ all that Mr and Mrs Diddle know exactly how to do this The day was pleasantly spent and will long be remembered Our physicians Drs L C Nell and Sam Taylor have laid their pill bags on the shelf and have taken up bird and squirrel hunting Dr Nell cannot be beat when it comes to birds and Dr Taylor says he can take the squirrel down every shot Mr Sam Thomas and family who have been living in this community for the past two years have moved into the Gad berry neighborhood for their future home We found Mr and Mrs Thomas to be first class citizens in every way andwe regret to have them leave Mr Chas Sexton one of the best shoemakers in this county and who has been running a shop at this place for the past five years left us one day last week for Scottsville where he wilt continue the same business There was not but one fault to Mr Sexton and that was this enoughEc can commend him to the citizens of Scottsville as one of the best in old Adair county Prof Byron Montgomery closed his second term of teaching in the community near here last Saturday at the school house known as Big Creek His pupils have all advanced rapidly in their studies during this term and it goes without saying that Byron knows exactly what to do in a school room and to show the appreciation his patrons had for ci w rt n t IIBU Gt SI IWeWagons Plows Mowers The excellence of the Weber wagon and Oliver Chill Plow is established t the world ovev Farmers use them everywhere because they have sto the test We are also agents for Deering Mower and Reaper and dIall kinds of repairs in stock 11 II THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 4 t t OF COLUMBIA VH CAPITAL STOCK = = 25000 IIIOnly National Bank in County Only Bank in Couuty Under Government Control H Only Bank in which Government allows post masters to Deposit funds Only Bank inspected by United States agents without notice ReportI by and under the supervision of the United States Government U Only Bank under the provision of the National Bank Act de positors are secured not only by the Capital Stock but by the stock holders liability for an amount equal to the Stock Only Bank called on to make five detailed statements of con dition each year by the Government to be sworn to and published and its assets are critically examined two or more times a year by United States Agents thus securing additional safety to depositors Uor BLISS Mrs Minnie Herriford while assisting her boys in feeding some cattle was considerably bruised but not seriously hurt by one cow pushing another against her and holding her to the wall The school taught at the Mont jgomery school house by Miss IVallonia Sarididge will clos hasibeen very good r has given good satisfaction Mr Wood Paxton has his plow turning the sod preparatory to a crop for next year If more farmers would plow earlier in the season the yield would be better and land would not wash so bad and there would not be so many tired out horses in the hot Springtime While out West this sea son we passed by Experiment station known as the Campbell system orb that sho v ed what well prepared land would do We call attention to this that our farmers may study and profit by it Ulyses Scott and Mont Snead have completed a poultry parlor for your scribe They are expert mechanics being able to box strip and ceil at one nailing They did a good job and are awaiting the pleasure of any one with a parlor to build Mrs T R Price is slowly improving after a long spell of bad healthIvan Patterson is at Elroy with his team hauling staves to Cum berland river There will be a sale here next Saturday Mr E M Staples has decided to sellhis property and- o to New Mexico to improve his claimtheret We regret to give i 1 him up as he has made a good deputy sheriff and faithful collector and one of our best neighbors sNELL As this place has not been reptresented for some time will write a few items The farmers have been very busy gathering corn and getting woodeMrs Virgil Kinnaird and little daughter Ruby have been visit ing her father the past week Rev Dilly preached a very interesting sermon at Leatherwood church last Saturday night g- Mr John Rose is on the sick list Miss Margaret Walkers school will close this week Some thief entered the barn of D W Kinnaird and stole some fur hides from his son Rollin amounting to three or four dollars G E Hamilton the produce man comes and gets the produce at this place Kate and Mamie Walker and Inez Hamilton will enter school at Columbia after Xmas Jo Hunter and two of his child ren was visiting the family of A C Pulliam last Sunday Mrs John Bell has returned home from a visit to her daughter Mrs Sam Taylor of Grady villeD W Kinnaird is building a new ell to his house which will add a gret deal to theconven ience of his home Mrs Gilpard Hamilton of East w Fork is visiting at her fathers S R Walker Born to the wife of J T Hamilton a girl II aNra 4 THE ADAIR COUNT NEws i COLUMBIA KY i19 1906 5 h Christmasi TrixI- n Charge of tSANTA CLAUS We have made our store Head quarters for Christmas Goods of every kind Children come to our store and see Santa Claus This is no fake he is right here Chtisf mas Candies Fruits Etc We have a large assortment of of every kind of candy and our stock of fruits is the largest that money can buy Be sure to ask for the Candy Coated Fruit for cakeS W BECK CO- t If you are Interested In an UptoDate Stylish Hats Come and see me I have a large and Handsome Assortment of Millinery Goods and the Prices will PleaseYou are Cordially Invited to inspect my stock before purchasing jMrs Sallie Bradshaw J 3S 3 3 m m 3- m PERSONAL T w rfC CfII CC ICf ffffolC IIIP ca J H Goff is in Louisville Geo H Miller is in Columbia W R Lyon was in Columbia Friday- R S English was in Burkesville last week A G Norris Louisville was here lastveek i 14 Mr G A Kemp was in Athertonville last week Fred Robertson left this morning for Elida N M Eres Barger of Esto was in Colum MondayMrs Grissom of Bliss was in Columbia Friday Jo A Williams of Montpelier was here Thursday F E Bradshaw of Burnside is vis iting in Adair county Porter Flowers of Gradyville was in Columbia last Thursday G W Spillmam of Gradyville was very sick one day last week Dr J S Gatton of Campbellsville was here Sunday and Monday Mrs Wm Coleman left for Nashville last week to join her husband C 0 Moss and wife of Gradyville attended services here Thursday- W C Cundiff County Clerk of Casey county was in Columbia last week C H Murrell the News representa tive is again able to be on the road Hon N H W Aarons of Russell Springs was in our town last week Mr and Mrs Phil Sherrill and two children called on the News Friday Mesdames G W and W H Flowers of Bliss were in Columbia Thursday Mrs Wm F Jeffries who has been sick for several weeks is improving Thomas J Marcum of Monticello was in Columbia the first of the week Messrs E 0 and Melvin White are in Adair county to spend the holidays Mr R A Myers manager of the Monticello Electric Light Cois in Co lumbia rrRev G Y Wilson of Gradyville at tended services at the M E Church last Thursday Priestly Sanders of Campbells ville was shaking hands with friends here Thursday Mrs Nannie White who has been dangerously sick for several days is R slightly improved Mr S H Newbold of Louisville was looking after his farm in Adairs the first of the week t Mr C W Acre of this county is r vises e1a e and frlen sin Trm kinsville this week s Mr CbarleMgormanf Elizabeth town is Visiting Mrs W A Hynes Misses Fannie Jones and Lillie Judd who are attending Georgetown College are at home for the Holidays Robert Reed who has been attending the Bowling Green Business Col lege is at home forthe Holidays Mrs John Eubank and Mrs W R Hutchinson of Cane Valley gave the News a pleasant call last Tuesday Mr and Mrs Elisha Allen of Phil Casey county visited their daughter Mrs J H Pelly the first of the week Eld Flavius J Barger and two sons Eres and Ores were in Columbia Mon day enroute for Oklahoma to purchase lands Mr Jno T Shaw of NewCastle Ky representing the Mahan Drive Gate was in Columbia the first of the weekMr and Mrs R L Davis Mr and Mrs Tom Waggener and Mr and Mrs W C Yates of Portland were in Co lumbia Thursday Miss Margaret Taylor of the M F High School was called to Greensburg last week by the illness which resulted in the death ofLher father gjga6 oEld Lawrence Williams of Carroll- ton Ky and sister Miss Sallie who is attending the Cincinnati Conservatory of music are visiting relatives in Adair county Mr Henry M Kemp who has been employed at Athertonville for three years returned home Thursdayeve ning Mr Kemp has been in delicate health for some time and is at home t recuperate LOCAL NEWS Only seven days until Christmas ii Reading at the Presbyterian church Thursday evening v Frank Sinclair has just received a large line of furniture Many are sending the News one year as a Christmas gift Why not you 50 M B Turkeys for sale 62t W M SMITH Gradyville Ky See the sample shoes at Frank Sin clairs He can save you money The brick work on the new post office building is up to the second story New stock late style mens hats All new styles W L WALKER We understand that a bank will be established at Roley this county You can save cash by buying a pair of those sample shoes at Frank Sin clairs George H Furgerson has been ap pointed Post Master at Wago Clinton county t e Rem Presgt 730 oclock The Farmers Institute organized in the neighboring counties have nearly all proven a success All clothing and overcoats at cut prices All new and uptodate styles W L WALKER Jno Wallace solda house and lot near the Standard Saw Mill to Frank Sinclair for 600 M Cravens has received a large as sortment of Christmas goods Gifts suitable for old and young 61t I have a lot of Remnants in Ladies Dress goods that I am selling at gre- atbargainsW L WALKER Miss Celeste Shirley of the M and F will give a Reading at the Presby terian church next Thursday evening at 730 oclock Captain A B Massey of Burnside and L E Bryant of Stearns are in Washington asking appropriations for Cumberland river I have a nice lot of Double Barrel Breech Loading Shot Guns that will make a nice present 1 am selling at 750 worth 1250 w L WALKER J f w4YMtiN r i u i1i THE i rr W LIft It Fqik ESTABLISHED 1855 I COLUMBIA KENTUCKY COURCES OF STUDY ColIegePrepratory Normal Shorthand Tyde writing Music Elocution Art J q A strong faculty attractive and uptodate courses of study excellent facilities for normal work unsurpass ed advantages in music elocution etc For further particulars consult the Principal A L WHITF1ELD I rr SEWING MACHINES If you want to give your wife sister 0r mother a Christmas present buy h some one of the various makes of erl ing machines sold by Russell Co Every one Guaranteed 52t ACCOUNTS DUE All persons indebted to me please come forward at once and settle MRS S A BRADSHAW We will pay 75 cents per bushel for good wheat at our mill or at our ex willoalso exchange 35 pounds of flour and 10 pounds of bran for good wheat 62t BURCHETT SMITH FOR SALEA thoroughbred Jersey bull two years old Comes of the best Jersey strain For further informa tion call on or address JNO T SHELTON Columbia Ky 52t Mr J E Bobo sawyer and mill wright for the Standard Hardwood Lumber Co and an extremely clever gentleman purchased the Jno Wallace property near the above mill for 600 Last spring I ordered a pair of tur keys costing 11 They won 1st premium at Owensboro show Dec 1905 Have 3 pair and 2 Toms for sale Mrs SALLIE B WILSON Moody Ky53t Dr Thomas M Bass of Louisville but formerly of Campbellsville was married in Jeffersonville Ind last Wednesday evening to Miss Katherine Schulte You can get nice and sensible Christ mas presents something that wi lnot be quickly forgotten at W L WALKER A large number of the young friends of Mr Clyde Crenshaw met at his home last Saturday evening and spent a few hours very delightfully FOR SALEA thoroughbred Berkshire sow with 5 pigs 3 months old Allen titled to register A H BALLARD 62t Columbia Ky The Albany Journal under the man agement of Samuel V Brents is pre senting a much neater appearance In fact the Journal has so improved one would hardly know it New line ladies and gentlemens neck wear just received Call and see them W L WALKER I am a licensed auctioneer under the IilateYou can find me at my home two miles from Columbia Phone in house 6lt J S BREEDING RUGS This week we are having a specialII sale of Rugs and art squares stock is large RUSSELL Co Just receiving a new lot of Rugs and other Christmas goods Call and see them W L WALKERI The quarantine which has been overI Clinton county cattle for months has been raised Dr O S DunbarI DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING V PONENO49 RING Columbia l t Kentucky I t EXPENSES 2OqIntermediate Normal 300 Collegepreparatory 300 Music 400 Elocution 250 Art 300 Room Board per wk 150 200iThe Principal retains a room in the Doritory occupied by the boys and giqes them his personal at tention The girls occupy the new dormitory and are under the care of Mrs R W Shirley a matron of rare skill and judgement who has control of the boarding de partmentA reduction from the rates of tuition except Music comingfromresident pupils paying in advance rt n I7 = As Plain as A B C Ais for you below to Answer the question which we have Bis for Best and that is what you will find when you our staples of all kinds Cis for Clothing the best in the land high grades at prices weve always on hand 0 is for Dry goods we carry a stable line but will have the rest in a very short time E is for Eatables kest in a firstclass store youll find them here when you enter our door F is for Flour the Morning Star brand known to be the best all over the land U is for Goods fully up to our claim all at close prices and all true to name H is for Hats the Swarm brand you know which leads the country wherever you go Iis for Implements we handle them you know from disc harrow down to a hoer J is for Judgment in buying Jumpers and Jeans and just what you want according to means Yt K is for Koffee Pilgrim and Monarch try them once and you will see their power Lis for Luxury not for the swell but all who buy jt all who choose well Mis for Money you save at our store by much or- you save less or more Nis for Notions pins needles and thread something need wherever you tread is for Overcoats we handle the nice call and see 0 them and get our price if Pis for Produce we buy any amount and pay thepprices withsut a doubt n Qis for Queensware a a very full line durable cheap heavy or fine Ris for Right our prices are that and the good gold ours plain and flat Sis for Sugar we lead them all there Shoes a bargain is every pair Tis for Try us well do you good then try us again we know you would Uis for Under wear and the quality we keep will you warm if the snows knee deep Vis for Vinegar the purest of all we make ourselves apples each Fall a A7 is for Weights hc est ones youll receive if you trade at our store and no make pelieve 7kf is for Xmas weve got the toys come to our store and be filled with joy Yis Yourself the one wh o reads this unless you trade bargains you miss j for Zeal with which we serve our trade if we Zis please you enough has been said W O UENDRICKSON CO r Casey Creek Kentucky I f r i II J =r t 2w r r MACHINE SHOPOpened up by experienced Machinist Repairs Promptly and Correctly Made on Engines Boilers and all Machinery Shop well equipped A C SURREY CAMPBELLSVILE KY I SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 100 YEAR I 11THESPARKSVILLE Miss Hattie Gilpiri visited her sister Mrs 0 W Breeding Wed nesday night There is a great deal of sick ness in this community Zed Akin was transacting busi ness at Gradyville Wednesday- W L Gadberry and wife were in Columbia Friday C E Stotts has rented and ir moved to JF Gilpins farm Mr Bruce Preston is very sick at this writing The outlook for timber work is very good here just now There is some log yards beginning troll 0 up The school 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 Mr Selby Royse of Dirigo and Miss Eula Breeding of Columbia visited Miss Hattie Gil pin SundayvJake Wooten Jr is in a critical condition with double pneumonia fever at this writing Rev W H C Sandidge will preach at Antioch New Year night Mrs S B Wooten is on the sick listtAn Alarming situation frequently results from clogged bow els and torpid liver until constipation becomes chronic This condition is unknown 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 GEAR SPRING Miss Hattie Conover of Gar lin is visiting her brother and family at this place ClearSpringSallie Bryant and Mr Albert Bryant were the champion spellers neither of them missed wordMrs T J Bryant is not so we this week Rev Sutherland is moving from Mr Ad Richards place to Mrs Warners place near here Several from this place ar aiming to attend the entertainment at Zion on the 15th Mr Beecher Pierce is taking the list in this district Mr A M Roy is having a new residence erected Mrs Sallie Hurt and little daughters Sophia and Maggie and Mrs J G Hurt visited at Mr T J Bryants Friday IrDeath Prom Lockjaw never follows an injury dressed with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning Chas Oswald merchant of Rensselaersville N Ywrites It cured Seth Burch of this place of the ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw Cures Cuts Wounds Burns and Sores 25 cents at T E Paulls drugstore LILETOWN Ed Wilcox who has been in Quanah Tex for a couple of months arrived at home last week James Ervin removed to Kelt zrer last week to run a black smith shop The dinner given Mr Wm Vfeleox last Friday was a great success and a surprise It was Ms 64th birthday A bountiful dinner was set before the 80 per J sons present and enough was left for as many more David Hickinson bought two milk cows and one calf from Daniel Bagby of Exie a few days ago An engine belonging to Herbert Whitlock was blown up one day last week when they were sawing Fortunately no one was injured Dr Honaker and a Miss Slate were married November 28th They left immediately for a bri dal trip and are expected home the fifteenth of December They will occupy the L M Henderson property 4 FELIX Quite a large crowd preaching at Clear Spring Suni day Miss Janie Wilson returned Wednesday from an extended visit to Russell Springs Mrs I A Wilson and son were Mrs Martha McKinley Sunday Mrs Logan Dunbar and daughter were here shopping last week wassc on some boys this week W M Wilson and family visi ed relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mrs J E Johnston has return ed from a visit to her sisters at Fonthill The Fonthill produce man was here Monday Miss Eliza Rexroat and Taylor McKinley were calling on friends at this place Sunday Mrs 1 A Wilson visited her sister Mrs Smith at Ono last weekWe are expecting a saw mill on the McKinley farm soon TO TOBACCO SKIPPERS aWe wish to state to our friends through out the tobacco growing sections that 11we are not connected directly nor indi rectly with any other warehouse or warehouse company We conduct a STRICTLY INDEPENDENT Tobacco Warehouse Commission Busi ness and respectfully solicity our patron PropseLouisville Ky after FURS 90cquality 75qualIty 50qualIty 8qualItyr 98rworth 0for VI 98quality 98qualIty 50q00qualityr 8th and Market Ii j COLD BOTTLE OFDELICIOUS REFRESHING ccasee p so I Ifl 0 parts and 5c at soda in bottles 5c I IRVINS STORE lOur farmers are about done gathering corn report a large yield but a heap of it rotten Herschel Dunbar and wife were at R P Smiths Sunday night Mr George Withers and wife were here Monday Miss Ethel Rexroat who has been confined with typhoid fever is convalescent Hannibal and wife Wayne county were here today enroute to Fonthill HT Harris who has been Born to the wife of S B Rex roat a girl A farmers club will be organ zen at Salem next Tuesday night We understand this is the outgrowth of Farmers Institute held at Jamestown some time ago We hope it is a good thing for if any class of people in world need to be organized it is the farmer but they wont stick- together IE C DeWitt Co of Chicago at whose laboratory Kodol is prepared forms fully to provisions Na tional Pure Food and Drug Law Kodol laboratory is a very large one but if all the sufferers from and stomach troubles the virtues of Kodol it would be impossible- for the manufacturers to keep up with the demand Kodol is sold here by Dr J N Page FURS ANDIts our aim to close out every Fur and Ladies Coat in our house by Christmas eve We are not going to wait until the holidays to cut the prices We make the cut right now when the amout you save on your fur or coat will come in handy for the many gifts you no doubt intend giving Cquality 00qualItyBlack 200 Coney Muff 5 Street swelteringdayvigor energy fountains and and visiting McBeath FriI the the digesIThe indigestion could know COATS COATSJ Ladies Tourist Coats pretty plaids 98upLadies coats in Kerseys Plaids and fancy mixturs all this seasons most popular styles values up to 9 751200 all go at one price s qualityKerseyneat tailored styles You will find tilleverChildrens coats in a great variety of makes and fabrics in plain colors- and fancy mixturs valuesup t02 rtrt 400 all go at one price i Gathofs Louisville Ky At 1JI unn 00 oo s 000OOO OOOOOVvVae e s Do You Like O p PROMPT SERVICE p- O p IF You Do Send Your SASH AND DOOR O Orders to o E L Hughes Co I215217219 gvO Our facilities are unsurpasseda trial order will convince O 0WHEN IN LOUISVILLE 0 OGET ACQUAINTED WITHO4 THE PROGRESSIVE o HUB UCH BROS o Centrally Located p 0 524 526 528 West Market Street o o QOWelcome You Are GreatestO OTimesO Various Lines of Goods Call Whether you buy or notO 4444440044444 g49 + 000 44444 I FRANK CORCORAN g GRANITEsQ O oa CEMETERY WORK OF ALL KIND TRADE FROM ADAIR AND Q O ADJOINING COUNTIES SOLICITED SEE us BEFORE YOU BUY oo Main Street Lebanon Ky 43 44 44444444 4444444c444- 444444444c4ic3444 94 + 4A Fifth Avenue oteliPIKE CAMPBELL MGR Refurnished Redecorated and Re 0modled A Firstclass Hotel at Popu lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE f FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUTSTREETS 9 t g Louisville Kentucky tmoo ooooooxooo I T 1J c IJ J it i a4 lLi7 MP itrirt r 7vjij- t t I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY DECEMBER 19 1906 7t vr cr a 1 General Merchandise Ward WethingionoementilleKy Ladies Furnishing 1 Large line of Ladies and Misses Cloaks ackets Furs Etc- FurnishingsClothinMert g Shoes Hats etc etc Vj Can Frame Your Pictures with the Cheapest as well as the Finest Mouldings the Market Jr m f k i I Defiler BI othCARRY ALL HEIGHTS 7 IN STOC 116 E Market St z LouisvIlleIw fSend for Catalogue w 4f onELLWOCD FIELD fENCE STANDARD STYLE MADE IH SIX BEIGHTSv 1 Lebanon Steam LaundryI REED MILLER COLUMBIA AGENTS FOR THIS SECTION f IIStatepromptly and neatly executed E E il i T W R Johnson Prop 1 j LEBANON KENTUCKY i b rtH ff v ia6Gess ii3i r f H Kt21tr4i7 IQIf I I THE JackofallTradesW IHEPumps Sample Shoes and Gents Children an less 0 Big Line 1 WaterI 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 Pros For It costs to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour whArl working For particulars call on or address Fah banks =Morse Co 519 W Main Street KENT UKY KentcRy Wat Pla ter Co rTr11 U MATERIALLl t SOUTHERN FOR SACKETT PLASTER BOARD Brcoki River StsBOTH PHONES 2267 ouisville Ky I OUR BRANDS DIAMOND with sand LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER CAMPBELLS CEMENT PLASTER without sand Write for testimonials Also Operating HOOSIER WALL PRASTER PLANT Jeffersonville d Phone 555 4 r f Li fSample Shoes GloveS of Gloves for Ladies Misses and than Wholesale Prices of Furniture Cheap We This Paper nothing LOUISVILLE AGENTS URTON N M Frank Ferquin of Breeding Tells of the New El Dorado According to promise made some of my friends in Adair I will write a letter to the News publicationWe of snow and some rain the snow on an average was 8 inches deep and in some places drifted to 5 feet Reports have it that a few cow boys and a large number of cattle were lost death due to freez ingI am well pleased with the country and am living at home The farmers have gone to plow brokenICost of living here and in Kentucky does not vary much as can be seen by the following prices Coal is worth 20 per ton flour 240 sugar 8 cents coffee 13 to 25 cents coal oil 25 cents per gallon bacon 12 to 16 cents corn 50 to 60 cents per bushel beef 5 to 8 cents per pound Wages are higher than back east rpenIterWhile in Elida which is only 7 miles distant I had the pleas ure of meeting many Adair county men viz Dr Chas and Mont Murrell J K Robertson the Hurt boys Burbridge An drew McClister Attes Morgan and others All seem well con tented and are looking fine We had preaching three times Sunday I ask the paryers of allI Christian people Yours truly ERANK FERQUIN In Deadly Serpent BitesIare 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 of Bennetts ville S C says They restored my wife to perfect health after years of suffering with dyspepsia and a chronically torpid liver Elec aIlariand bladder troubles Sold on guaran ty by T E Paullr druggist Price 50c t r ELLA Mr Jr B Adrell has been on the sick list for several days Prof R E Montgomery puts in full time at his school near here and is doing a good work Mr S L Williams was kicked by a horse a few days since bu was not seriously hurt S G Tarter and J Holt are preparing to build at this place PlowsIEertili ers and IWe are Agents for Globe Fertilizers and Chattannooga Chilled Plows Highest Price paid for Country Produce in NEATSBURG After having eaten an excel lent dinner of ribs and backbones I thought I would contribute to theN ews as this place has not been represented for two weeks on account ofsickness Mr Cassius Breeding of Co lumbia was in our midst last week looking after business J E Beard who is hauling lumber for the Northern Hardwood Lumber Co has about completed his contract ISeveral of the farmers around here are killing hogs at this writingMr Shepherd the fur buyer was in our town today and purchased a number of good fur hides The writer has recently en joyed a conversation with Mr Sam Breeding of Columbia and cought several good ideas in re gard to farming Mr Breeding is one of the best farmers in the county and a goodsubstantial citizen Henry and Will Ed Squires secIIIMr Wm Bryant has recently moved into this neighborhood neighbori hiiThe school at this 1lacetaughti by Wallace Beard day with a splendid treat to his pupils Mont Hardwick and family lelaIThe spelling at Spout Springs last Thursday night was largely attended The social lastSaturday nigh given by W J Bottoms was on of the most enjoyable features of the season anbd pretty girls Following the Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba and TIlforganU 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 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 troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed at T E Paulls druggist Price 50c and 1 Trial bottle free FLOUR AND SAW MILL FOR SALE tI have for sale a firstclass flour mill in operation also a good saw mill Will sell reasonable Call on or ad dress D J BOWEN 453m KnifleyKy f S D Crenshaw VETINERY SURGEON Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavir or any sur gical work done at fair prices 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 s JAMES TRIPLET DENTIST RESIDENT PHONE 29 OFFICE PHONE 40 RING 2 tSTOFFiCE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 9 9 t Hotel AND Restaurantt W N Brinton So- nProprietors e Lunch at all fforrn ill ot Niht COMFORTABLE ROOMSfThe trade couuties oflAdairjand LEBANON KENTUCKVl J K iWo Everett lester DENTSTe libertya a Ientucky a I Hotel Barber shop I am conducting a Barber shop in the cor Iper room of the Columbia Hotel and ask for liberal patronage 1G T Flowers9 Jro t lIFor chapped and cracked hands noth ing is quite as good as an application of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Put it- o before going to bed use an old pair of gloves and see what a difference the morning will bring Sold by Dr JN Page Columbia Ky f 4 F 8 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY DECEMBER 19 1906 qY l 1 I1 V fJ f WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS Weeks flappenings News Important or Otherwise as Report ed ByitOur Corps of Correspondents KNIFLEY Thos Russell sold his property at Plum Point consisting of one lot dwelling and store house to P H Ingram We failed to learn the pricerMr J V Dunbar our new merchant is enjoying a fine trade on a strictly cash basis Mr D J Bowen is placing his saw mill down and will soon be ready for work Mr Will Lyon was to see our merchants one day last week A 13 months old child of J E Stapleton died Dec 10th Mrs Florence Hazzard and Lydie Perkins made a business trip to Columbia last week Joseph Emett has roofed his dwelling with new mettle and repainted which adds very much to its appearance W P Chelf who has been confined to his room for some time with bladder trouble is some better at this time Married at the resi ence of the brides father Dec 6th Mr Fount Bean to Miss Susie Barnett Our county road from thi place to the river is in the wors- condition that it has been in for 14 years showing decidediy th interest taken in the affairs vof the county by our present officers ELLA Mr S G Tarter and wife are visiting their daughter Mrs Claud Bottom of near Russell 1 Springs this week Mr C W Bryant gave the young people of Ella a singing- S nday night which was enjoy ed by all MPT J rile and others are very busy making and hauling spoke to Columbia before the roads get bad Mr W D Tarter of Tarter has recently sold his farm A man with a sprained ankle will us- a crutch rest the ankle and let it ge well A man or woman with an overworked stomach cant use a crutch but the stomach must have rest just the same It can be rested too without starvation Kodol will do it Kodol performs the digestive work of the tired stomach and corrects the diges tive apparatus Kodol fully conforms to the provisions ef the National Pure Food and Drug Laws Recommended and sold by Dr J N Page Columbia 1VV Ky CREELSBORO t d Mrs E A and GW Bledsoe left for points in Louisiania and Mississppi where they will be de tained by business for a few J weeks R E Tandy Columbia was doing business with stockmen in this section last week r G R Wilkerson Liberty was looking after staves here last week E A Rabon has moved back Into his old home Calvin Withem has moved the Barger farm recently P chased by J D Irvin Jr returnJwee s visit to her daughter Mrs A H Baugh at Lexington MIAMI Hog killing is the order of the day in this town Miss Nora Sandidge and Prof R 0 Cabell were visiting Miss Louise Cabell last Thursday Mr G T Rogers of Milltown was attending to business her last week The bridge over Green river Greensburg will be in order t accommodate horsebackriders this week Mr 1 N Penick has added new room and a coat of paint to his dwelling which lends much to the looks of the place Prof R 0 Cabell is conducting a most successful singing at the Frazer school house and h certainly understands his bus inessMiss Hallie Rogers attended the lecture in Greensburg Tues day evening conducted by Drs Donald McDonald of Danville Rucker of Rucker Hall George town and Gdv Hindman of Co lumbiaMiss Louise Cabell spent last week with relatives in Greens burgs een is improving from a fall weekes ago was eighty years old the 24th of November Mrs LH and C R Cabell have been on the sick list for two weeks but are some better now Mr C R Cabell is adding anew Kitchen to his house MrC Penick is doln some papering for Miss Halli Rogers this week Miss Cora Landers of Orano ga Mo has come to spend a year with her aunt Mrs J J BookerDr J Booker has enlarged his store and brought on a big stockof goods Mr Tom Wilson of Cave City was here this week buying horses gtquite a drove of hogs and cattle Misses Minnie Hawks and Eth el Thompson were visiting Miss Ortha Dowdy last Sunday Mr Hardin Craddock has been confined to his bed for several days with la grippe Miss Bettie Cundiff closed her school at Knifley this week- I ROWES X ROADS Finis Kelsey is improving after a long siege of typfroid fever Luther Turner is completeing a nice dwelling An infant child of Mr and Mrs Estes Hays died last week The sorrowing parents have the sym pathy of all in ther affliction Aseries ofmeetings ar in progress at Hays Chapel church The Baptist church at Libert has been recently covered wit metal at a cost of 60 toRev Johnson and others closed a three weeks meeting at the Mt Zion church last week with 40 conversions John Hadley is in a vrycrit ical conditionHung trouble 1j i J CANE VALLEY Jno J Stanberry of Lebanon Junction is here for a few days vacation Mr Stanberry is a R R man and is quite popular where ever he goes Jo McFarland made a trip to Rowena last Monday RollinTodd made a business trip to Campbellsville last Wed nesday E C Page was in Louisville on business last week He made the trip in his automobile Jo Coffey Jr and Fred Robin lastepasst Thursdayoon way to to visit his parents beenato room for the past three weeks with rheumatism is able to walkout a little James Dulworth of Camp Knox was here last week look stockeUlyses Looper who has been visiting his sister Mrs Jo Mc Farland for the past two weeks left last Tuesday for Oklahoma only a few days until Santa ClauseF Lewis traveling man of Bradfordsville was with us last Thursday and Friday R B Wilson was on the sick list several days of last week James Goff traveling man was to see our merchants last Thursday 0 W McAllister and E C Page were in Campbellsville on business last Thursday and Fri Loyd Watson purchased tie homeste dtof the late Nathan Ei Bailey heirs one day last week Price unknown MrJ IL Smith of near here writinge1 P Flinn of Campbellsville was here on business last week W B Page has been nursing a great big boil on his hand for several days Mr and Mrs G E Wilson of Columbia were visiting friends and relatives in this community last Saturday and Sunday Most of the wheat sown in this locality is looking fine manh4 MILLTOWN Mr ArJ James of Glasgow has been visiting his mother Mrs Elizabeth Leftwitch this week Miss OrithaDowdy and Edythe Squires wereguests of Miss Mol lie Caldwell last Thursday night J G Thomas spent last Sun day very pleasantly at Mr J C Squires Mr and Mrs Edd White of Camp Knox visited Mrs Whites father Mr G A Beard last Sat urday and Sunday Miss Myrtle LeftwitcK spent from Thursday until Sunday with Miss Vara Thomas last weekf removedhfathers farm near here Several from this place attend ed the Exhibition at Fry last Fri day Miss Katye Calhoun entertain ed several of her friends last Saturday night 1 S300 PIANO GIVEN AWAY FREE I ONE TICKET f With every 5Qc purchase made at our store Come in and see it Diamonds Watches Jewelry The Latest and Newest Designs for Christmas Diamond Jewelry Co I 304 W Market St Louisville Ky 4I + FRED W HARDWICK Pres J H COCKE Pres R H DIETZMARf Supt W T Pyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 MIUUWIGTS I mACA1IN1STS DEALERS IN ENGINES MILLSGRIST I 1301 THIKTeeNTffMftlH LOUISVILLE I All Kinds of Machinery Repaired I MELl W W Sutherland representing the new Independent Tobacco Warehouse in Louisville is here this week soliciting in behalf of havealreadYrtion of tie main Blue Grass sec tion cornered arid are now pooling it for better prices He thinks a success in their undertaking means a very bright future for tobacco raisersV Miss Sallie May Finn has been very seriously ill with Pneumo nia fever but appears to be some better at this writing Mis Sara Rodgers took sud denly sick Thursday night with heart trouble and is yet bad Mr Auther Judd closed his school here Friday at noon He has taughta very goodschool giving entire satisfaction Miss Ida Russell closed her school near here Friday She has taught a successful term and has the promise of the same school again if she wants it Mr Everett Jewell of La- Grange is here visiting relatives 4 It 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 anal Drug Law Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia Ky Open the bowels and get the cold out of your system Kennedys Laxative containing Honey and Tar opens the bowels and atthesame time allays the inflammation of the mucous m e m branes Drives out the cold and stops the coughAbsolutelYfree from any opiates Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Pleasant to take Sqld by Dr J N JPage Columbia Ky ovJ V SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work W JOBBING WORK SOLICITED FEELING LIVERISH This Mornin7TAKE A Gentle laxative And Appetizer THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists toThe Red expelling Colds from the sys BIos tern by gently 80m and the bowels A certainHoney Bee r 19 on net bottlewhoopinpNearly leough cures are- constipating especially those Honey Tar moves J the bowels contains no Opiates y v Nark Pehteret KENNEDYS LAXATIVE CONTAINING HONEYTARPREPARED C DeWITT CO CHICAGO U 8 A J Dr J NPage Agent Columbia Ky WILMORE HOTEL a F Firstslass Table Good Simple Rooms r Feed Stable jReasonableRates t WJtJ ILMqRe PROo Gradyville Kentucky j