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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 hi imnt VOLUME 10 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 30 1907 NUMBER 12 IMANY ADDITIONS Church in This City Last Sunday ossibly the greatest number of ad itions to the Presbyterian church at my one time since its organization was last Sunday when twentynine new members were registered Of this number twentyeight were transferred from various Presbyterian congrega tions the larger number from Big Creek church and one by profession Mr John J Biggs The pastor Rev J F Claycomb should feel greatly en couraged by this addition to his congre gationFollowing are the names of the new members Mr Z M Staples Mrs Nan Lie E Staples Mrs Myrtie Stults hn W Flowers Mrs Ella Mae Feese pt W W Bradshaw Mrs Sarah adshaw Mrs Mary E Montgomery ts Laura A Walker J D Flowers I Elizabeth Flowers Joseph E Hers W F Staples Mrs Ella les Mrs Lucy Hudson Mrs Alice Vurner Miss Cornelia B Turner Emma J Hutchinson Mrs Helen field Margaret H Whitfield Ed 1 Whitfied Florence L Whitfield I F Claycomb Wiletta B Clay BerGitta N Claycomb John J David Garvin Miss Mary V Miss Susanna Garvin Edition to the above services Sac It was administered rn ARE YOU FROM ADAIR L a meeting strangers ones name jt more interest to the new ac Lance than the name of the county wn in which he resides and wheth le deserves it or not he is instant ven a citizens share of credit for tever rank or standing his town or nty has Every one who has been in home knows this and every such j knows with what pride and pleas i ones heart swells when the good tiding of his place of residence is tioned Are you from Adair tour county was One of the first to pond favorably to the call for a con bution to the Jamestown Exposition ind Pleasing isnt it It will und delightfully well to every citizen f Adair who goes to the Exposition hd who enters the Kentucky building But suppose ones mission on atrip to ouisville or Cincinnati is to solicit aid pr some Kentucky enterprise whether be in the line of commerce or of be volence Are you from Adair rYour people have always done their art promptly in such undertakings ou ought to be helped That has le right tone has it not But there is ast one way to have these things said the Adair county citizen under such ircumstancesNo Jive unto himself and jpon him who undertakes to do so will B selfishness recoil with hurtful ef ectsLet us continue to deserve onorable mention and friendly assist nce OOD WOMAN AT REST rs Z M Staples Died Monday Evening at 9 OclockBurial Wednesday at 10 Oclock After a lingering illness of several onths due to rheumatic afflictions rs Nancy Staples wife of Mr Z M Naples of this city passed into the paceful beyond Monday evening at 9 Staples became afflicted with eumatic troubles about five months ago and notwithstanding that the best medical aid and careful nursing was given her no hope could be given for recovery The deceased was born sixtyfive years ago near Bliss Ky the daughter of Mr Frederick and Mrs Elizabeth Robertson the latter surviving her Early inlife she united with the Big Creek Presbyterian Church and lived a conscientious Christian life a good neighbor a loving mother and devoted wifeMrs Staples was united in marriage AX about forty years ago to Mr Z M Staples to which union four children were born three of whom Dr J G Staples of Gallion Ala Mrs Geo F Stults and Mrs Gordon Montgomery survive her The funeral services will be conducted at the Presbyterian church tomorrow Wednesday at 10 oclock by her pas tor Rev J F Claycomb assisted by Eld Z T Williams after which the re mains will be laid to rest in the Columbia cemeteryTo husband mother children and brothers is extended the heartfelt sympathy of all in this section MR P T COOLEY Died at Knifley Friday Evening After an Illness of Only Ten Days The death of Mr P T Cooley at Knifley last Friday evening was a surprise to the many who had known him in apparently good health just a few days since Mr Cooley was in the Revenue Service stationed at Coon Hollow Ky where he was taken sick and was brought home living only about one weekThe deceased was reared near Ab sher Ky and upon reaching his majority adopted school work as a profession taking front rank as an instuctor in Adair county Six years ago he was the choice of the Democratic party for County Court Clerk and recieved a good vote Since that period he en gaged in teaching until last September when he entered the revenue service Mr Cooley was a member of the Christian church an honorable and upright citizen who had the good will of all The wife relatives and friends have the sympathy of all in their sad bereave mentFuneral services were conducted by Eld Z T Williams of Columbia and the remains were laid to rest in the Egypt cemetery MRS A LOY DEAD On Monday evening the death of MrsI Austin Loy occurred at her residence near Fairplay The deceased was about 70 years of age and for many years had been a great sufferer from rheumatic troubles and other diseases peculiar to old age The remains were interred in the family cemetery witnessed by a large concourse of sorrowing friends The husband and relatives have the sympathy of all in their bereavement CUPIDS CAPERS Tuesday morning at 7 oclock at St Bernards Church at Clementsville Mr Moses Wethington and Miss Martha A Wethington of that community were united in marriage Father OShea performing the ceremony in his usual impressive manner Both bride and groom are of thcbe families of that section and have hosts of friends who wish them wellCasey County News The Adair County News joins the many friends of this popular couple in wishing them all the joy and happiness to be found in this life SUNDAYI J L Adkins Gradyville W H C Sandidge Union A R Kasey Columbia J A Johnston Milltown G Y Wilson Picketts Chapel T J Campbell GlensforkI F JTBarger Beech Grove Z T Williams Cane Valley H T Jessee White Oak THE BURTON TRIAL The Case of the Commonwealth vs E M Burton was called last Wednesday and both sides answered ready The work of selecting the jury was be gun but not until Thursday evening was the panel completed More than one hundred witnesses were summoned and up to the hour of going to press the defense had not finished their work The case will probably go to the jury Thursday or Friday r rJr no PEACOCKS P P Dalton of Clinton County Owns Two Good Ones P P Dalton of this town has two of the finest horses ever seen in this coun ty Both are Peacocks and are exam ples of keeping only the best stock that can be obtained Jordan Star is less than three years old 16 hands high and weighs 1125 pounds He is a combined har ness and saddle horse Mr Dalton re cently refused 500 for this horse He says he would not consider taking less than a 1000 Jordan Star defeated two of his half brothers in the Colum bia Fair last Fall one of which recently sold for 1000 and the other for 600 Another halfbrother a year older also sold for 1000 a few days ago Jesse is a dandy colt 8 months old 14 hands high and weighs 600 pounds Mr Dalton bought him last week from Jesse Breeding of Adair county for 150 As soon as he got home Mr Dalton was offered 180 for this colt E Bertram is half owner of this horse These colts were sired by W L Gradys famous stallion Jordon Peacock at a service fee of 25 The prices which can be realized for these colts ought to be a lesson to our citizens who persist in breeding their mares to 5aseason stallions and raising 40 colts Albany Journal RECITAL The Recital at the Presbyterian church on last Friday evening by Prof C F Ohlenmachers class was well attended and thoroughly enjoyed by a large audience Each and every number was faultlessly renderedreflecting credit on the performers and instructor The recitals given by Prof Oh lenmacher and class are anticipated with much pleasure TO CORRESPONDENTS Several interesting communications were forced out this week on account of not being received until Monday evening If you want your letter to appear in the News it must reach this office by Saturday or Sunday evenmg Another important feature Be sure to sign your name it will not be pub lished unless the correspondent so de siresThe La Rue County Herald announces that Hodgensville is out of debt and has money in her pocket to buy pea nuts The Herald adds that after paying off all present indebtedness she will have left about 800 for future needs This amount ought to secure to our neighboring village a supply of peanuts sufficient to last through the season The attention of Lucian Hunn owner of our Steam Peanut Plant is respectfully directed to the commercial possibilities at Hodgensville The Look Out Committee of the Commercial Club has suggested to the business men of Greensburg that a dep utation be sent here by them to meet with the Executive Board on Thursday evening to inform our citizens more fully of their plans and purposes in re lation to the projected turnpike from Greensburg to the Adair county line A letter has been received by the Secretary of the Commercial Club from the Burksville Commercial Club asking for a conference touching the proposed turnpike to the Cumberland The mat ter has been referred to the Look Out Committee and it is expected that a conference will be arranged PAID LIST The News Honor Roll Is Your Name Written There J D Sharp Jo H Martin A N Bridgwater J T Bibee J W Wis dom Jack Bailey J G Knifley A J Bohanon G M CundiffLL Chap GelBreedingJohn Combest W E Bryant D M 1ft f Moore Mr C Wilmore S N Han cock L W Dixon R B Wilson B E Rowe R A Waggener L E Bradley M L Grant Mrs Julia Mclnteer W R Mclnteer Mrs Nancy Duvail Dol phus Burbridge J M Cooper W G Cundiff F W McQueary Rev Arthur H Baugh of Lexington filled his appointments at the Christian Church here Sunday He had contem plated resigning the pastorship of this church but has reconsidered the mat ter to the great pleasure of the con gregation rnd will continue to come here two Sundays in each month as heretofore until June or until the Church secures the services of some one else which we dont believe they will do if they can induce him to continue with themWayne County Outlook THE FISCAL COURT Will Be Asked To Appropriate Mon ey For Jamestown Exposition It has been suggested and the sug gestion has grounds for it in equity that the Fiscal Court be asked to ap propriate the sum which is asked of this county in aid of the Kentucky Ex hibit to be made at Jamestown As a part of the amount required has al ready been contributed and as more can be secured by private subscription we would amend the proposed by ask ing the court to appropriate half of it Of course every right minded citizen of Adair county would like to have his county fairly represented in the Ken tucky Exhibit and would be glad to know that the exhibit made by his State is in all respects creditable Feeling thus he is disposed to contrib ute his part toward the cost The amount asked of the county is small only 10167 If appropriated by the Court it would be contributed by all the tax payers in the county of course That the money would be spent to advantage for the commercial and indus trial benefit of the county will hardly be questioned by one That this is the best and quickest way to meet this request will certainly be apparent to all Therefore those good citizens who see it in this light should so express themselves promptly and freely Herschel McClister of Fairplay country had the misfortune to lose two horses within the past month About three weeks ago one of them dropped dead and on last Friday the second died precisely the same way McClis ter can assign no cause for tbe sudden death of his animals and indeed it is a very strange case The abatement of the flood being the subject of next Sundays International Lesson for all the Sunday Schools the people of the Mississippi Valley will probably regard it as most appropriate to the season W F Jeffries Sons have added a nice line of mill supplies to their hard ware stock This will prove of great worth to the mill men in this section More witnesses were summoned be fore the Grandjury at the present term of the Adair Circuit Court than for many years previous- Campbellsville has secured through the efforts of the Cemmercial Club a woolen mill and overall factory with a capital stock of 20000 Big reductions in men and boys Win ter clothing and over coats your time o get a bargain W L WALKER All Winter goods at greatly reduced prices Give me a call and get my prices W L WALKER Born to the wife of Rev E W Bar nett Monday January the 28th a stillborn child A Good saddle horse for sale 122t J S STAPP Elsewhere we publish an interesting newsy letter from Dolphus Burbridge Elida N M The last few d has been a fair sample of Old Crimp II All Ladies Cloaks at cost to close W L WALKER t lw LAND STOCK AND CROP R E Tandy of Bliss bought of Murphy 30 hogs at 5J cents Clarence Allen 4 at 51 cts Will Allen 11 at 5Jc J R Bell 4 head of cattle 80 Cyrus Campbell cattle 8218 B F Buster 1 cow 22 D G Allen 1 steer 2240 JcR Aiken 3 sheep 12 R F Aiken 1 r cow 17 Lee Grant 18 sheep and 1 heifer 77 Steve Wilkinson 7 sheep 3250 Alfred Johnston 5 sheep 26 Melvin Blair 1 bull 30 G A Bradshaw 7 sheep and two cattle 70 Mrs E Caldwell 15 hogs 560 per cwt E J Page 5 hogs at 5Jc Geo Cheatham 1 cow 1770 G Durman 7 hogs at 51c June Karnes 10 hogs at 5ic L H Cab ell 2 hogs at 5c L C Smith 2 steers 4020 Hugh Mackey 2 steers 5770 Phelps Bros 1 cow and calf 35 Tom 1i Avery 2 cattle 67 L P Hurt 1 for j 12 E Mann 50 sheep 1 cow 246 B 4 f F Buster 4 steers 7240 H P Willis r two cattle 35 000 C M Herriford sold to Allen Walker 1 Peacock horse 135 R K Young 21tsteers 503 C C Stephens 2 sows and pigs 62 Mrs W M Francis 1 sow and and pigs 25 Bought from Allen Vial ker 1 cow 2490 from Allen Walker 9 hogs 5750 from Al Thomas 12 hogs 65 from J W Carnes 13 hogs 7000 John Moran 3 hogs 2695 0 H Morri son 7 hogs 43 Charlie Rowe 34 shoats 134 A W Rowe 20 shoats 101 Bob Rowe 4 hogs 23 William Harrison 18 shoats 75 W T Grissom 2 hogs 2750 Mrs W H Sandidge 1 hog 1945 C S Bell 3 cows at 23o o Dale Speer sold one bay horse to George Brown for 145 Stock hogs are selling from 6 to 7 cents a pound They are very scarce and the demand is great Mr Henry Wilkerson sold his two fine horses in a combination sale tcStanford a few days ago for 1200 He had two of the best horses in the county Elias Coppock sold a mule to Deacon Sanders for 190 Jas Sapp sold one horse to Bud Burress for 126 F P Turner sold one small Duroc pig ri for 10Hatcher Cor 000 Mr H H Wilkerson last week sold his two fine young stallions at a horse sale in Stanford and realized handsome prices for both of them Joe Brown brought 700 and Red Bird Jr 500AMr Wilkerson is a good horseman and a fine judge of good horse flesh and we wish we had more such enterprising men along this line He has one colt now that 1000 would not begin to touchTaylor County Enquirer 000 Mr G B Hendrickson purchased a house and lot of Dr C D Moore known as the P C Watson property consideration 250 R L Judd boughtI the property known as the Tom Miller property price 200 Claud Edrington sold a young horse mule to Sam Banks Jr for 110 J G Sublett paid Bood Smith 5 for a bird pup last week and shipped him to his nephew C R Cow herd Piano TexCane Valley Cor 000 F J Barger and sons Oris and Eros purchased a farm near Columbia from Mr J S Stapp containing 305J acres for 6000 They will move in a short time F 1 Barger sold his farm at this place to Shelby Wilkerson for 3100iJOres Barger sold his farm at this place to Mr Sidney Holt for 2000 Esto Cor 000 Mr T B Hagards reports the fol lowing purchases made by Hagard Humphress from Welby Knifly 400 oak trees near Eunice for 450 150 trees from James Humphress of Knif ly for 100 a boundary of timber from a Mr Keller for 35 30 acres of tim bered land from John Christie for 125 00 o Mr John Norris sold to Hubbard Sr Mitchell 10 fat hogs for 6 cents S W Mills sold a couple of steer calves 18 months old to Mr James Wilcoxfor30 Mr Ben Mitchell bought a lot here from Tommy Goalder i of an acre for 90Liletown Cor r 000 R H Price bought a yearling muleyfrom G B Smith and one from J S rk Stapp paying 65 each They are on the heavy cotton order Mr Price also k sold Mr Smith an 8 year old work for 110 0yr Y i t I J 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 30 1907 4 H ITS NO TROUBLETo Cross the Bridge at Greensburg now and when you are in Qreensburg it will be no trouble for JOHN A HOBSON to show you the Biggest Line of Wall Paper Furniture Hardware Harness Sash Doors Lime Cement Metal and Rubber Roofing Wire and Wire Fence AND AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES SAMPLES OF WALL PAPER SENT ON APPLICATION JOHN A HOBSON Greensburg Ky I f MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION i Constitution and ByLaws as Adopt k ed at the Last Meeting r The Columbia Ministerial Associa tion net at the home of Rev TV A Hynes Tuesday evening at 7 oclock and perfected its organization with Rev Z T Williams President Rev I A R Kasey 1st Vice President Rev J C Cook 2nd Vice President Rev J F Claycomb Secretary and Treasurer The following Constitution and By Laws were adopted after which a most delightful time was spent in hearing reports from the various ministers of the church work etc CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS Columbia Ky Jan 22 1907 y Mr Chairman F Your Committee appointed by the provisional meeting of the Association Jan 17th to draft a Constitution and ByLaws for the proposed Association respectfully sub mit the followingCONSTITUTION r Art i The name of the Association shall be the Columbia Ministerial As sociationArt The object of the Associa tion shall be to promote fraternity spirituality and intellectual progress and to facilitate the cooperation of It the several churches represented by It in the suppression of evil and the accomplishment of good in the whole communityArt Any minister of religion who believes that Jesus Christ is the L son of God and who is affiliated with or ministering to a body of worship ders so believing shall be eligible for AssociationI and Second Vice President a Secretary who shall perform the duties of Treas urer The officers shall be elected an nually in January of each year except h I in case of vacancies which may be filled at any regular meeting of the AssociationArt the conduct of its meet jugs and business the Association pJ shall be governed according to Parlia Jmentary rules and usages Art vi This Constitution may be altered or amended at any regular meeting by a twothirds vote of the members present provided notice of such alteration or amendment shall have been given in writing at a previ ous meeting BYLAWS 1 The regular meetings of the Association shall be held on Tuesday evenings at 7 oclock semimonthly 22nd of this Janbeginning on the day uary 1907 Called meetiongs may be convened by the President at any time as occasion may require The rL place of meeting shall be designated from time to time by motion or com mon consent or by the President in- case of called meetingsI2 There shall be three standing iCommittees which may be appointed at any regular meeting or vacancies thereon filled by appointment of the 3 President at any time consisting of i j three members each namely A Com i 5Jmittee omProgram a Committee on 2 w n 1nkkiti v rg0rfsll f1i I Charities and a Committee for the suppression of Public Evils These Committees shall report to the Asso ciation as the exegencies of their du ties may require 3 The order or proceedure in the meetings shall be a Devotional Ex ercises b Minutes of previous meeting c Uunfinished business d New business e Literary or Intellectual Program f Adjournment This order may be changed by motion or by consent OBITUARY Mrs Ida B Watson of Fairplay wife of F A Watson deceased passed from this to a more beautiful world on the 12th of January 1907 at the age of 26 years and 9 months She was a vic tim of that dreaded disease consump tion Her death was very unexpected at the time she had never taken her bed and seemed that day to be better than usual although she had a hemor rage that morning and at 6 oclock she had another bad hemorrhage and died She bore her afflictions with patience and did not seem to dread death in the least She having given up husband and two little children in less time than a year she had a desire to go live with them and Jesus around that eternal throne where there will be no more parting Our hearts sank within us as we followed Ida to the grave to think we would have her no more with us but it was Gods will and Thy will be doneShe was a daughter of Mr W B Yates To the father we extend our heartfelt sympathy The remains were laid to rest there at home by her two little children the funeral services being conducted by Rev T J Campbell There were many relatives and friends present to pay their respect to the one they had known from the cradle to the grave and of whom only good can be said There was no trace of sorrow on her brow but a smile that denoted peace sweet peace In the broad fields of heaven In the immortal bowers Dwelling by fifes clear river Amid undying flowers There is Ida A loving cousin SIGN YOUR NAME Nearly every week we recieve matter for publication wjth no signature to identify the writer Many communi cations contain newsy items but in every instance the letters are dumped If you want to write for publication why not sign your name We never publish the name of a correspondent or reporter unless it isdesired or of such a nature as to demand it We reserve the right to cut out objectionalmatter even with our regular correspondents and certainly will not grant greater privileges to outsiders If you want your letters published in the News you must put your signature to your com munication Last Thursday was a fine day for work and nine teams were put to haul ing stone for the Baptist parsonage With J N Conover superintending at the quarry and R F Paull and Thomas Barbee unloading and moving things on the lot There was a fine lot of stone put on the ground The ColumbiaHotel has a card inI his issue t+ it COMMERCIAL CLUB AT WORK To Collect Funds For Adair Countys Pro Rato at Jamestown Exposition The Commercil Club has appointed aI committee to solicit funds to pay Adair countys pro rato part in the Kentucky building to be erected at the Jamestown Exposition This is a proposition that ougnt to enlist the enthusiastic support of every enterprising citizen in the county No man should refuse to contribute to such a worthy undertak ing and when this has been accomplished Adair county ought to have a neat exhibit of her resources in that great expositionWe not called on for a large amount and the money ought to be se cured within a very short time Make up your mmd to give and help erect a building that will thrill every true Kentuckian who is fortunate enough to at tend Kentucky is no back number and cannot afford to be indifferent to the far reaching effect of a nice exhibit at such an important meeting of the peo ple throughout the entire country Ev ery county should have an exhibit but more especially Adair ELECTS OFFICERS On Tuesday January 8th the stock holders of the First National Bank elect ed the following officers and directors J O Russell President Henry N Miller Vice President A D Patteson Cashier Bruce Montgomery and J N Coffey Assistant Cashiers and J O Russell H N Miller Braxton Massie James P Beard Z T Williams J F Montgomery and A M Mercer Direct ors As will be seen from the forego ing list the officials and directorate are all sound safe and able business men well equipped for such important work MAKE GOOD ROADS For the last few days the public roads in this part of the country have been and are still in a desperately bad condi tion During the long spell of wet weather traffic was not suspended which resulted in making the mud as deep as it ever gets and since the rain ceased and the cold wave struck it it has been almost impassible Such roads ought to stir an ambition in every citizen to join in making roads that will stand the test of wet weather and the pressure of heavy trafic The grader will never accomplish this and it can only be done by rock or gravel TO TOBACCO SHIPPERS rWe wish to state to our friends through out the tobacco growing sections that we are not connected directly nor indi rectly with any other warehouse or warehouse company W- Tobacco e conduct a STRICTLY INDEPENDENT Warehouse Commission Busi ness and respectfully solicity our patron age C A BRIDGES Co Props PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Louisville Ky t LI LdndsayCLii1son Training SchooSE- ONI D TERM BEGINS JANUARY 1ST Board in Dormitory 7 per Mo f f rl FOR CATALOGUE V OR FURTHER INFORMATION ADDRE- SSNEILSON MOSS L Columbia = = = Kentucky I Woodson Lewis Greensburg KentuckyI- s causing the usual stir in Old Greensburg Has re Clothing is always there ALL KINDS OF FARM MACHINERY CULTIVATORSFERTILIZERS rBUGGIES WAGONS ETC Woodson Lewis GreenstuffO ii Dehler Brothers 116 E MarketS- tLouisville Mi Seed for Catalogue ik i d CARRYALL HEIGHIS IN STOCK t THE APAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 30 1907 ADAIR AT JAMES TOWN EXPOSITION j t Subs rMons For This Important yWofk Being Pushed by Com f 1mercial Club i i The Spate of Kentucky will make an exhibit a notwithstanding the fact that no appropriation for this purpose wjas made by the Legislature The mOl ey to erect suitable buildings and to pre aide the various exhibits is being raised by private donations The matter im the hands of a large com mittee of which Col Stortard Johston of Louisville as President and C C Owsley of Louisville is Secretary Adair county is asked to contribute 10150 vrtiiQh is estimated to be her proportion Prof W K Azbill has peen appointed Chairman of the Adair ty mnittee by Col Stodard tie Xt the meeting of the Ex ive Board of the Columbia Com ercial Club last Thursday eveing rof Azbill took the matter up with he members of the Boord and the allowing committee named by them yas heartily approved to wit W F feffries N M Tutt and Sam Lewis Mr Jeffries is named as Treasurer of he committee The members of the Commercial Club present at once be gan the subscription by contributing 1 each Persons wishing to participate in this work should call on the members f the committee for subscription llarks and should hand or send their iontribution to Mr Jeffries There is but one way to be of the Brotherhood of Kentucky and that is v taking part in all that makes for Be Commercial as well as the moral ptfare of the State Kt is mentioned by the State Commit U that Adair is especially rich in tim K and farm products The lumber- n of the county have an opportunity- do some useful and cheap advertis K by assisting in getting ready for e exhibit at Jamestown in which mples of tl eir specialty will be owne are transfe ring our subscription- Sisi from old to new ledger and gscafcelnenits to those in arrears ic instancesj we may present an- ect stateme t but should you re one you me y rest assured that it e corrected just as soon as wet Already many have responded- ir request niaey have been indif t some cof up with a smile e with a froFrsome say let the p r come on dnsay stop it There are all kinds of pjoptie in the worldit is said and our are pretty strong proof of it We have never seen any reason why any msraskould get mad be cause you mail him a statement of his account and ask for what is due At any rate mad or glad ve must have money to run the business and dor c want a copper not justly our due FOR SALE My store house and stqck of goods and dwelling about 2 acres land a fiF stock and tobacco barn on tihe premises in the town of Gradyvilfe Adair conr ty Ky I have a gocdgoing business any one wishing to go into the goods busi ness cant find a better location in Adair county Ky My reason for selling I am going West Will sell as a ftiu or in part No one has ever done busi ness at this stand but what has made money I refer you to J T Kemp Bradfordsville Ky J N Coffey Co lumbia Ky or H C Walker Gallion Ala or E H Hughes Quanah Texas If you mean business address me at Gradyville Ky J J HUNTER We have been so crowded with orders for work for the last thirty days that we have been unable to mail calendars to those entitled to them until late last week and while many were delivered at the office and no record kept we may have missed some one in mailing It is our purpose to live to the letter of our proposition and should any one be missed we will right the wrong as soon as we have knowledge of it Last Wednesday Mr W DKing traveling salesman for the Louisville Dry Goods Company and a charter member of the Columbia Commercial Club presented the President of said- organization a neat silk handkerchief ittoken of his good will It is needless to say the gift was highly appreciated as Mr Sing is one of our most popular drummers He is the man that faced the grim visage of six black bean J r tI It 738 TURKEYS IN THE AIR About ten days since Mr R B Wil son started from Cane Valley with 738 turkeys for Campbellsville to ship to the Eastern markets As there was no bridge at Green river it was a question how he would get the birds across and about one hundred and fifty people fol lowed to the above named place to see the fun Many ways and means of transporting them were suggested but when the turkeys gathered on the riv er banks the drivers began closing in and yelling and the birds took flight landing safely on the opposite shore FARM FOR SALE I will sell my farm five miles East of Columbia on the Columbia and Liberty road consisting of 70 acres onethird n timber For furthur particulars ap ply to D M MOORE Eunice Ky 124t Last week Messrs John D Sharp of Amandaville Cumberland county and A N Bridgwater of Moody Green county two excellent citizens and red hot Democrats were in the News office renewing their subscriptions when Mr Sharp remarked that he thought as much of the News as he did of Bry an or Beckham Mr Bridgwater said same over here Moral Straws show the direction the wind blows I will sell my farm three miles from Columbia containing 110 acres good dwelling good barn extra fine water and plenty of timber W F NEAT Garlin Ky THE MAGIC NAME OF LINCOLN The Interpreter remarks in The American Magazine for February Every scrap of printed paper bear ing Lincolns name I read To arrest my eye you have but to print the name of Lincoln New stories old stories about him estimates essays poems recollections dreams have held me Anyone who knows Lincoln or pretend to know him could and can and will find me a breathless listener Even if I know him to be a liar I will hear him for it is about Lincoln he lies At least he chooses a worthy subject for his tale He is a liar of discrimination The store and post office at Phil Casey county was entered and robbed of about 300 last Thursday evening by Elmer White Tom Turner and Clarence Thomas Blood hounds were put upon the trail and the guilty parties soon captured and lodged in the Liberty jail The store is owned by Combest Carson Mrs Cass Beard wife of Mr J A Beard of the Green river country was suddenly taken sick last Wednesday evening and was in the grasp of death when a physician arrived She was 45 years old and leaves a husband and five children to mourn her departure Mr and Mrs Geo F Stults have re moved to their new residence on Greens irg street and Mr and Mrs Sno Curress have rented the Z M Staples property Mr and Mrs Staples have taken rooms with Mrs Gordon Mont gomeryWe been informed that quite a a number of people who killed lugs in the early part of this month L ii a good portion of hams and shoJers Home save them by taking out tii bones The cold wave was too slow for early butchering in January SHEEP KILLED Dogs made a raid on Mr Alfrd Mur ells flock of sheep one night last week and killed one of his most valuable ewes He reported the killing to Squire John Eubank and will be the first man to draw money from the dog tax in this county Long Live The Kings the popular cry throughout European countries while in America the cry of the present day is Long live Dr Kings New Discovery King of Throat and Lung Remedies of which Mrs Julia Ryder Paine Truro Mass says It never fails to give immediate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold Mrs Paines opinion is shared by a majority oflthe majority of the inhabitants of this country New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all other remedies have failed and for coughs and colds its the onlysure cure Guaranteed by T E Paul Druggeet 50e and 100 Trial bottle free The News and Louisville Daily Herald 2 THE EVENING POST By special arrangement we can fu nish you The Adair County News The Daily Evening Post Home and Farm all for one year and The Kentucky Governors Wall Chart for 375 This is one of the best propositions in th e newspaper world Send all orders to The News Columbia Ky If you do not want the Home and Farm deduct 25 cents from above order From the reading of the Wayne County Outlook it appears that this proposition to aid in securing a railroad is about to hang up There are many noble efforts that go down almost in the face of victory THREE CORNERED FIGHT Mr E W Reed of the Grocery firm of Reed Miller has entered the con test for the post office This makes three applicantsall solid business men stanch Republicans and either would make a good official Mrs Shelton County School Superin tendant informs us that the money is here for the January payment of teach ers The check arrived ten days late but carries full value just the same The coffee and sandwich social given under the auspices of the Ladies AidI Society of the Christian Church at theI Garage last Thursday evening was well attended and added a neat sum to the Treasury of the society E L Hughes Co the sash and door men of Louisville are talking to the trade through the News This is an old reliable firm and should be re membered when in need of anything in their line- Complaint is being made in the Gar lin neighborhood of sheep being killed by dogs This has been going on for several weeks There is one consola tionthe dog tax The wheat made a wonderful showing during the warm days in this month and is sufficient rooted to stand severe weather without being too severely thinned John W Denny formerly of Grady ville has been elected a Justice of the Peace in Roosevelt county New Mex ico You cant down an Adair county boy Send a postal card to S F White for his Wholesale Price List of Magazines and Newspapers He can save you money on two or more magazines Men rise in chracter often as they increase in years they are venerable from what they have acquired and pleasing from what they can impart Mr Ernest Burton and Miss Myrtie Cowan were granted license to mary Sunday January 27th at the residence of the bride The chief properties of wisdom are tD be mindful of things past careful of things present and provident of things to come To avoid duty and dodge your part of public responsibilities in the advancement of your community is selfish and dishonestHe thinks himself the happiest man is really so but he that thinks himself the wisest is generally the greatest fool There has been but little weather for preparation for the next corn crop and not many farmers have turned any dirt The man who really loves money may be depended upon to sacrifice a friend if it puts cash in his pocket S F White and family have removed to the J D Flowers property on Greens burg street It is common sense rather than fine sense that makes the wheels of indus try hum As a rule those who have no oppor tunity are the ones who never t have anything Sheriff W B Pattesonis to be com plimented upon good order in the court roomA Chapter of Royal Arch Masons was installed in Monticello a few days ago Opportunity comes to all but its merry song may pass on the first wind FRED W HARDWICK Pres M Supf Iff n 1 rWtfffcA J JMiOirrsuppi Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 illIitLt W IGfiTS ffiACfiIN1STS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIETeeNTHMftlN LOUISUILLS JOBBING W I All Kinds of I The man who lays his savings by The future views with cheerful eye The habit of saving is praiseworthy and should be cultivated If you have not already done so open without delay an account in the OF Garner Fifth and Market r where your 3avinj will draw cinpauni interest and grow into a fund that will serve you well in years to come For a very small sum you can rent a Box or Drawer in the Fire and Burglarproof Vault of that company the largest and strongest in the city where yov can place all your securi ties and valuable papers secure against all loss by fire burglars accident or carelcssncc It is authorized by its Charter to nil every position of trust that can be held by an ind vidual and the security is much greater Its officers will be pleased to give you the benefit of their experience concerning any business matters in which you are interested trs V I CONSULTATION AND I EXAMINATION FREE SMOKESTACKSSheet WORKSOLIC1TED Machinery Repaired SAVINGS DEPARTMENT The Louisville Trust Company Southwest L01rISVILLE Dr James Menzies OSTEOPATHY Offtce II IAT RESIDENCE J t IIColumbia Kentucky Ii F BUGGIES WAGONS FARM IMPLEMENTS AND FERTILIZERS r J H PHELPS Jamestown Kentucky =tj Lebanon Steam Laundry j A REED MILLER COLUMBIA AGENTS FOR THIS SECTIONI This one of the Best an most Reliable Landries in the State 1 Send them your linen and the work will bej promptly and neatly executed g f if- I W R Johnson Prop LEBANON KENTUCKY t 1 a 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 30 1907 1 Your Needs Supplied at L K Chelfs I We have made special efforts to supply this section with all its needs and demands DRead every item DRY GOODS Our line of Drygoods is new through out and by far the largest and most complete stock evar brought to Knif ey We have anything found in all uptodate houses UNDERWEAR Heavy Winter Underwear for men women and children All sizes in net or sanitary fleece lined The very best makes HATS AND CAPS The Most Uptodate line of Hats and Caps ever brought to this place Come and see them we can please you l L R KY ht dni1 OlJD1tUty itw Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests IIf the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties ntored at the Columbia Postoffice as second ass mail matter WED JAN 30 1907 In all that is being said for and against the railroad companies in connection with the war on rebates and unfair discrimination in freight rates nothing else is more glaring than the zealous hy pocrisy of those who warn the country against the evil results of the fight now on They say that the railways are already overtaxed with a tonnage to which their equipment is wholly inadequate If capital they say is made shy by the warfare now being waged the companies will not be able to secure the needed cars and locomotives Does any one really fyar that the railways will be damaged by having all the hauling they can do at rates which their own officials fix And with all tb business a road is able to do can not its owners fi nance its equipment We do not believe that any considerable number of people can be deceived by the arguments being put forth by the offending roads and trusts It is generally believed to be true but very difficult to prove that railway companies and the larger coal dealers combine to freeze out the smaller coal dealers and to drive them out of business or into the Combines An effectual way to this has been found it is alleged in the excuse by the management of the roads that they have not the cars to furnish to the mines and shippers Yet it is complained by the smaller and the independent shippers those dealers who are in the com rbines can always get the cars theywant One of the hopeful signs of the times is that the eyes of the people are open to the real cause and ground of the com plaints in all such cases and that the danger to the whole country of unduly swollen fortunes is becoming apparent What a sin gular ambition it is for a man who jj c I 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 best aGw IfheCHELF KNIFLEY NewsCompany has acquired more thanenough to meet the demands of the most luxurious tastes for the long est lifetime to squeeze and grind and oppress his fellowmen till he is devoutly hated and feared as a monster that he may be called the richest man and the donor of the largest benefices in the world Yet such are some of the money magnates of the world and such are many of their smaller though not less despicable imitators Hypocrisy is one of the most detestable forms of living that can be imagined and wholly without excuse or justification In itIare not genuine the true and real character of the individual is fearfully defected in the minds of those who abhor false appear ance Hypocrisy shows love and goodwill but lives envy and ha tred it preaches advancement and progress but withholds aid it talks philanthropy but cowers in miserly mothods it sings peace but desires war Cowardly hate ful disgusting it is as hideous in the welfare of a community as truly as it is in the confines of a Christian church and in our judgment a more prevalent The man who talks of bettering pub lic conditions who openly espouses progress and joins in any move that means to advance the public proIand back of it all the real man is JunxL the dwarfed product of hypocrisy Why any real true man should refuse to impose a just tax or grunible e to pay it when good and lasting benefits accure we can not understand Why any man should refuse to aid in bettering environments t cannot be explained outside of the text of this article Every man owes a part of his time talents and means to the public The responsibility cannot be dodged though it may never be performed The dangers and discomforts from high water long the Ohio and its tributaries have passed and while damage to property in many ways has been sustained yet no lives are reported lost In some of the Indiana towns M took heroic work to save people and property from the immense volume water When the an nouncement was received that the river was falling there were many happy hearts In some in y I 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 f ff1 r stances where dikes are necessa ry to protect some of the river towns breaks were reported but in every instance the entire population went to the breaks and worked with all power until the water was kept out Our community is beginning to realize the worth of united action of honest intelligent effort The steps recently taken the organ ization of the Commercial Club sounds the warning to indeff ence and the old goeasyway that robs us all of the progress that shouldienjoy Pretended good will pro fessed love and open endorse ment of the move are not suffi cient It must have some of your time some of your money and your talents to make it what it ought to be and make it do what it ought to accomplish May the blessings of Heaven rest on the cheerfulon those who try to give hope and cheer to their associates How differ ent the cheerful from the sullen and sourthe one blesses the other blights Look on the sunny side of life and dont imagine that the entire world is against youOn the Florida beach last week in the auto races the following distances were covered in the time given The twenty mile touringcar event was won in a 50 horse power gasoline car in 22 minutes thirtytwo and four fifths seconds The ten mile race was covered in 7 minutes and 42 seconds Congressman Olie James from the First Kentucky District has introduced a bill which provides that the Federal Government shall not issue licenses for the sale of liquor in prohibition or local option territory COBURGIBelow the Pike A good snow Friday night re lieved the monotony of mud and water and brings hope of a bet ter wheat crop Mrs T S Scott after a two weeks visit to Bowling Green as sisting her sister in nursing Lan der Scott through a spell of fe ver returned home He is im proving slowly Possibly before this goes to press a meeting of those interested in building a pike connecting a 1 H BUGGIES 1 We carry the Banner Brand buggiest and surreys Remember covers many a defect Be wisebuI from a home dealerilWagons T The excellence of the Weber wagon and Oliver Chill Plow is established the world ovev Farmers use them everywhere because they have stood the test We are also agents for the Deering Mower and Reaper and keep all kinds of repairs in stoc- k1J j I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF COLUMBIA CAPITAL STOCK = = = 25000 If Only National Bank in County if Only Bank in Couuty Under Government Control Only Bank in which Government allows post masters to De JIposit funds Only Bank inspected by United States agents without notice No chance to Pad Report II Only Bank Chartered by and under the supervision of the United States Government If Only Bank under the provision of the National Bank Act de positors are secured not only by the Capital Stock but by tfce stock holders liability for an amount equal to the Stock If 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 by United States Agents thus securing additional safety to depositoJJ = 1 MACHINE SHQOpened up by 1 Repairs Promptly and CorrectlyM1de on Engines Boilers and all A C SURREY KY ifl i fi lVIlmWifC1 cw Jm Columbia Greensburg will beheld at Greensburg and some ac tion will be taken but whatever may be done a suggestion by one who has studied the lay of the country and looks at it from the goodIfor the greatest number may not be out of place Let the two towns be connected by the near est and easiest route then let Gradyvilie and Milltown come to it with a branch then let Caney Fork connect this main line with the Columbia and Campbellsville pike at Coburg To secure this system which in the judgment of many is the very best that can be devised the main pike should run from Greensburg through to a point near Gresham or Ebeneez- erJ thence to Haskinsville by the nearest possible route thence by Camp Knox through by Sherrod Hatchers on to Columbia thus cutting the distance between the two towns to less than eighteen miles Then let a road be built iiti irjriHoeChas F Gas jfc Bro Props 223243 W Market Sf Bet Floyd and Preston Loaisvilfe Kentucky t RATES 100 Per DayI w Absolute satisfaction guaranteed Special rates to Boarders v from Haskinsville to Coburg by the farmers then let Milltown and Gradyville come to the main line at the nearest possible point with such a system as this the best farming lands of the two counties would be easily accessa ble a great deal of timber open ed up to market and Columbia by sharpening competition be tween Campbellsville and Greens burg would become the most in dependent inland town in South ern Kentucky and would thrive and grow as she never hast n- i v FOR SALE T will sell my farm 4t miles west of Columbia on Burkesville road It con tains 94 acres good dwelling goodI barn and all necessary out building well watered ad plenty of timber J W MORAN Columbia Ky 114t Alicensegctioneer under the late law will be foond at Pickett Ky any time needed 1 GEO W PICKETT ll2t 8 rl t iI l THE ADAIR COUNT1 NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 30 1907 5 NEW YEAR RESOLUTION We resolve that in the year of 1907 that we will sell Groceries at the lowest pOSe sible price and for a starter will sell at the following 1 Gal Sauer Kraut 25c 3 cans Polks corn 25c 3 cans Gooseberries 25c 6 cans Pet Cream 25c 1J lb can Baking Powder IOc 1 can Pink Salmon lOc 6 bars Grandpa Soap 25c Butchers lard per lbbest on earth 15c Snow Drift per lb 10c Two Gals Coal Oil 35c Five 85c Winchester Smokeless Shells 60c DONT FORGET Evening Cup Coffee 22c OC Coffee 15c Cream Nut Buster Square Deal R T Martin Ky Dew and all good chew ing tobacco Polks Red Mexican Old Tennessee Royal Brazil Dukes Durham Old Hillside smoking tobacco A good line of cigars pipes etc We are thankful for the good trade given us and promise by close prices and courteous attention to merit your future orders SWGBECKCOT iH P iG T w iEeE EEEEEeEEE EEE EEE T Robert Todd is on the sick list C S Harris is on a trip to Virginia Dr B T Wood Perryville is in Co S W Beck was on the sick last week arcus Loy Fairplay was in Colum last week tF M Mo re of Eunice was in Co- iR last week A Hunter of Louisville was in obiS iart week TIH Kilpatrick of Ogla was Humbia Friday Fi Diddle of Gradyville was in jibia last week W McQueary of Purdy was the first of the week mes Spoon of the Fairplay section ry sick with pneumonia- ev E WBarnett of Corbin Ky ched Columbia Sunday evening Dr J G Staples of Gallion Ala ached Columbia Tuesday evening f 0 C Pickett and J W Young were Burkesville the first of the week Mrs Elizabeth Robertson who has pen on the sick list for several days is proving Mr T B Hazard of Campbellsville pent a few days in Columbia and vi cinity last week- S T Waggener and David Baker wo of Burke p illes best young men were in Columbia over Sunday Rev A R1 Kasey of the M E Church who has been confined to his room with lagrippe is convalescing Mrs E W Barnett who has been Dangerously sick at the home of her motbsr Mrs Mary Garnett is thought ito be improving Messrs John D Lowe and M L Barlow of Columbia were guests at kIfayneMr Robe TffKKpTrf Burnside has been the guest of his mother Mrs Tex- s Rowe ol Kendrick avenue for the past week Wayne county Outlook GRADYViLUE We held plenty of siow Friday Quite a number of hdgs slaught ered in this community Uast week Miss Anna Harvey visited the family jbf Mr J A Diddle a day or so oi last week Jams l n of Spa ksvine vas injour midst one day last week Mr Rufus Pulliam of Nell was with xiur merchants last Friday looki g after some farmink im Cements Mr and Mrs J Jf Hunter sited relatives in Columbia a day or so of last week ifJ A Diddle was transact f f c ing business in Greensburg a day or so the first of the week Mrs Ella Caldwell of the Milltown community spent a few days with relatives and friends in our city last week Miss Kate Walker one of Co lumbias popular young ladies passed through here the first of the week enroute for Nell where she will spend a few days vithI relatives and friends Mr John Gowen another one of our good citizens is winding up his business and with his family will leave for the State of Nebraska in a few days Success to them Mrs J W Keltner who has been confined to her room for sev eral weeks with a complication of diseases is improving at this writing Mrs Ella Y Roberts on is teaching a very interesting school at the residence of Mr and Mrs Geo H Nell in our cityMr W C Yates one of Port lands farmers was with us last Friday and reported business good in that section Rev W H C Sandidge start ed last Monday for Red Boiling Springs Tenn where he will hold a series of meetings Mrs G Y Wilson entertained her Sunday school class on last Monday afternoon The little folks certainly enjoyed the oc casion The evening will long be remembered by every one present EdmontonIwhile enroute for Columbia Mr Scott is one of the best stock men of that section We have heard a great deal of complaint from our citizens in this section about losing their meat Some have lost all of their joints while others have only lost part consequently we may expect high meat especially country cured hams Messrs Paul Wilson and Jim Wilmore students of the L W T School of Columbia spent last Saturday and Sunday at their homes in our city Our farmers have been very busy forthe past few days in preparing and burning plant beds From the start they have made in the last few days we take it that there will bean ef fort for a large crop in tihs com munityThe crowd of our people that left here a few days ago for Tex as landed all 0 K with right side up and are very much pleased with the prospects Mr Elmer Keen the efficient clerk of Nell Nell of our town has recently moved to his mother inlaws Mrs A A Hays Messrs John and and Warren Moore two of the best citizens in the Weed community are closing up all of their outstand ing businessand will leave in a few days for Texas Who will be thenextMr McCubbins the ef ficient County Surveyor has been for the past few days surveying land for Dr L C Nell of our placeMr Strong Hill one of our up todate business men and a man that is up at all times for a trade informed your reporter last week that he had a first class saw mill and all the attachments for sale at a reasonable price and that he had just closed a deal that put him in posession of a 1200 farmI This farm is known in this sec i o I r t r tI titrc THEIM It F l h ESTABLISHED 1855 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY COURCES OF STUDY Co1Ie Normal Shorthand Tyde writing Music Elocution Art- 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 WHITFiELD EXPENSES 400Elocution a a partmentA comingfrom dF 1l i f 1 SIMS BROSr r Marble Granite Building Have our Machinery all up can turn first= short Granite from the Campbells j viLie Kentucky w7nNK sr K WE WANT TO SELL ire 1- v x w v KrvnoIw occupy 7 IE we offer stock f7iv vV v 5SUOES AND GENTS Fn km V fURNIStliNG GOODS v J 1 P fa 2DS 1 wmWe have decided to close Entire Stock at less Reasonable Discount and prefer = 7R ing Whole The Stock in Fine isIodds and endsIbei 7K Entire Stock trulY9Dit 7i aL v i WILKBRSON DAVISli f IE CArvIPBELLSVILLE KY i v v v 7ii v sit w VVVII V V V V IwwwI V IN1NIJ1 tioh as the farm owned by the late John A Breeding on the Leatherwood and is considered one the best farms in that section You keep a good man down i Mr H A Walker the well known livery man of Columbia was in our last and informed us he had re turned from the mar ket where he had sold a car load of horses very satisfactory prices and while in the J sunny South he had the pleasure of meeting Mr H C Walk er formerly of this place Mr Walker was looking well and was enjoying a life as well as you could expect a man of his age and every thing into consideration this trip was a profitable one as well as a very pleasant one At the residence of the brides father Miss Lu Ella Acres was to W Squires GY Wilson tied theconjugal Primary per month 200 Intermediate 250 Normal 300 Collegepreparatory 300 Art 300 Room Board per 150 200 The Principal retains 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 matron of rare skill and judgement who has control of the boarding de reduction from the rates of tuition Music resident pupils paying in advance rti wk DEALERS IN Tombstones and Monuments Stone got and out class work on notice sK and can work our rough E j our entire o mi i1F 7 the COST a sell j as a is no Yours 7i VIVLWVViW V V head watersof creek of cant town Friday that just Southern at down with Southern taking married J Rev wk except knot before a large audience This is the result of a long courtrship The young people are very popular in the community in which they reside May success and happiness attend them all through life is the wish of their many friends The above part ies are of Green county I will pay 85 cents per bushel fpr good wheat delivered at the Columbia Roller Mill WRMYERS 114t- j 73 Co xr l Iw I = THE AD AIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 30 1907 CLAIMSi Allowed at the October Term 1906 of the Adair Fiscal Court Marion Antle for repairing road tools 44 H A Hurt bridge lumber 4 80 Jno Dudgeon furnishing pauper 1300 W R Johnston furnishing pauper 13 00 Ben Russell bridge lumber 4 50 Page Moore furnishing pau pers 65 00 B H Heskamp overcharged taxes 2 76 W L Walker furnishing pauper 52 00 Same Same 83 10 Same road material 11 25 G W Rubarts famishing paupers 7800 J W Thompson road material 2 00 F P Dohoney bridge lumber 6 42 Ermine Leach keeping poor house 188 28 Rube Jones furnishing pauper 39 00 Coffey Sons furnishing pauper 25 00 Same Same 32 00 J W Sublett Bro furnishing paupers 68 00 H P Myers bridge lumber 1 50 R A Hubbard bridge lumber 4 40 J A Richards bridge lumber 1 50 G N Roberts repairing road tools 4 05 S S Goode furnishing paupers 51 00 S S Goode road tools c 3 85 W T Hendrickson furnishing pau per 23 40 Same Nails 85 J T Dudley furnishing pauper 26 00 N A McKinley bridge lumber 7 00 W T Grissom services as poor house Physician 25 00 Frank Sinclair school books 20 00 Stults Bros Co jail lumber 80 J F Triplett paupers coffins 8 50 Russell Co furnishing paupers 126 00 Same Same 5200 Same material for jail 30 22 Same Nails c 4 30 J P Miller Sons coffins 11 30 Wilmore Moss furnishing paupers 54 00 J H Stephens furnishing paupers 32 19 U L Taylor services as health officer 100 00 U L Taylor holding inquest 10 00 S H Kelsay Medical attention to pauper 9 00 P W Chelf bridge lumber 7 00 Wolford Bros bridge lumber 4 00 Brockman Brockman furnishing paupers 9 75 Same furnishing paupers 26 00 A W Tarter 30 00 J H Hammond furnishing pauper 19 50 Same furnishing pauper 8 12 W H Hammond furnishing pau per 4 25- W F Jeffries Sons road mate rial 11 76 W L Walker Sons furnishing paupers 52 00 E D Coomer overcharge of taxes 35 I J H Kearnes furnishing paupers 44 00f Bradshaw Jones furnishing paupers coffin 4 00 J N Murrell Co furnishing paupers 19 26 Same Same 38 28 Wheat Williams furnishing paupers 45 11 Nell Nell furnishing paupers 159 00 LeN ell medical attention to paupers 49 00 C S Harris for county printing 165 J W Burton furnishing paupers 13 00 E B Atkinson medical attention to paupers 11 00 Ed Eubank furnishing paupers 78 00 J B Cave one plow 5 60 T I Smith furnishing pauper 12 37 Columbia Spectator county print ing 35 95 Wm Brockman furnishing pauper 19 50 J N Conover services as Super visor 300 00 N M Hancock medical attention- to paupers 23 50 R P Breeding bridge lumber 11 14 W B Patteson repairing Sher iffs office 1310 W skipedlists 29 00 W B Patteson services as Sher iff 105 00 AW Tarter services as Jailor 766 80 T R Stults list of liens and mortgages 150 00 T R Stults Services as Clerk 139 90 GeorgiaRShelton services as Superintendent 350 00 S C Strange summoning wit nesses for inquest 4 10 Clint Smith burying unknown r child founl in alley 1 00 Bb English burying unknown f child found in alley 1 00 J N Conover extra services as n Supervisor 100 00 Ewing Stult3 taking evidence- in inquest of unknown child v 5 00 Bud Parsons repairing road tools 3 27 Planing Mill Co furnishing jail lumber 2 02 Same road lumber 11 72 C G Jeffries services as Justice 18 00 W E Hancock services as Justice 12 00 v A W Tarter services as Jailor one day 4 00 S P Sullivan services as Justice 20 00 Jo Dudley services as Justice 15 00 L Shuffett services as Justice 14 00 John Eubank services as Justice 22 50 t T R Stults services as Clerk at Court 1200 r r Junius Hancock services as t2 Judge 250 0 G P Smythe services as County Attorney 250 00 i W B Patteson one days service as Sheriff 200 7 Junius Hancock extra services as Jailor 1270 L R Chelf furnishing pauper 2600 L R Chelf j furnishing pauper 39 00 C G Jeffries cleaning put road 15 00 STATE OF KENTUCKY Set ADAm COUNTYjI TR Stults Clerk Adair County Court certify that tbeforegoiDgi a cfive and correct copy of the fat of 1J r t u claims that were allowed at the Octo ber term of the Adair Fiscal Court Given under my hand this October 9 1906 A copy attestT STULTS Clerk By M E Stults D C THE OLD FARM When the busy day is over with its anxious hopes and fears And the telephone stops ringing and the last clerk disappears With a sigh I lean back weary in my swinging office chair And my thoughts go back to childhood and the old farm that is there I can see the dear old homestead broad and low between the trees And the rows of shining milk pans sunning in the fresh sweet breeze I can see the barn and horses and the orchard on the hill Where we gathered golden pippins for the old straw cider mill I can see the upland pastures dotted oer with grazing sheep And the wheat field waving golden ready for the men to reap I can see the old stone fences where the chipmunks used to play And the cornfield and the meadow with its piles of fragrant hay I can see the cattle standing neath the willows by the brook Where I used to fish for minnows with- a bent pin for a hook And the pond where grew the lilies thatI my mother used to prize Ah the light of heavens shining now within those dear old eyes And I sigh while fancy lingers oer each well known pleasant scene Of the happy days of boyhood thrown by memory on the screen And Id give all I have gained since all my wealth and treasures rare To go back one day to childhood and the old farm that is thereT- OWNSEND ALLEN e The school of hardship and severe duty is the greatest educational institution in the world Food dont digest Because the stomach lacks some one of the essen tial digestants or the digestive juices are not properly balanced Then too it is this undigested food that causes sourness and painful indigestion Kodol For Indigestion should be used for re lief Kodol is a solution of vegetable acids It digests what you eat and corrects the deficiencies of the diges tion Kodol conforms to the National Pure Food and Law Sold here by Dr J N Page Dr O S Dunbar DENTIST OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Columbia KentucJiy JAMES TRIPLETT oE i LISTES- IDENr PHONE OFFICE PM NE 40 IL NG2 tSTOFFiCE IN JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY The New Sobbitt Hotel l tO LEBANON KY Neat Rooms Good Beds Good Table Fare and as Good Accommodations as found anywhere First class in everything and most reasonable in price The patronage of Adair County solicited IJ D HOBBIT SON Prop HENRY W EQDLEMM 4Q3WMARKCTSTLOWSyjlLEKY The Charming Woman is not necessarily one of perfect form 0and features Many a plain woman who could never serve as an artists model possesses those rare qualities that all the world admires neatness clear eyes clean smooth skin and that sprightliness of step and action that accompany good health A physically weak woman is never attractive not even to herself Electric Bitters re store weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin beautiful complexion Guaranteed at T E Paul Dnlggjgt 50c l DIRECTORY O POST OFFICE J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER PETE CONOVER DEPUTY Office hours week days T30 L m to SM p III COURT CIRCUIT COURT Three teitloni a urRh1rd Monday in January third Monday in May and third Monday in September Circuit Judge H C Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A Huddlwton- Shorlff W B Patteson Circuit ClerkJ F Neat COUNTY COURT Jlrit Monday In each month Judjro Junius Hancock County Attorney G P Smytlie ClerkT R Stulta JallerA W Tarter AissBior G W Pike Surveyor W M McCubbin School SupL Mrs G R Shelton Coroner C W Rowe Cnrr COUJ- tTllayorCapt W W Bradshaw JudircAttomeyGordon Montgomery Marshal S C Strange CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN BtmzcsviLiJB SftEETROT J F Claycomb Pas tor Services 2nd and 4th Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 930 a m Prayermeeting Wednesday night METHODIST BURKESVILLH STREET Rev A R Kasey pastor Services lit 2nd and 3rd Sundays In each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 9L m Prayer meeting Thursday GREHNSBUKQ STBHBT Rev J C Cook pastor Services 2nd 3rd and 4th Sundays in each month Sunday School every Sabbath at 9 am Prayer meeting Wednesday night CHRISTIAN CAMPBELLSVILLB PffiBEId ZT Williams pastor Services second and Fourth Sundays in eack month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 93C anv Prayermeeting Wednesday night LODGE MASONIC COLUMBIA LOBUE No 96 F and A MRegnlm meeting in their hall over hank on Friday night on or before Uio full moon in each month Gordon Montgomery W M E G Atkirw Secretary COLUMBIA C TKRR A n No7 meets Fridal LEWIS H PSAM night full moon Horace JeffriesSecrctarY COLMBIA COUNCIL U D meets 2nd Friday night after full moon in each month- E G ATKINS T I M T R STULTS RECORDER SAVE MONEY We havemade clubbing arrangements papersnLouisville Herald daily 2 00 Adair County News weekly 50Adair125AdairThe Daily Herald is worth 400per year and is a good paper but by a special proposition we make it to you in connection with the News at 100 but your subscription to our paper must be paid in advance Send all orders to the Adair County News Columbia Ky The fewaand Louisvjlle Daily Her a1 2 Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it im parts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c tH t f ftCt IJ E COL BLINDS 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FOV Refurnished Redecorated jaipd Re O modled A Firstclass Hotel at Popu lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale v and Retail Districts Chuff hes and i Theaters t FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE ifFTH AVENUE BET GREEN ANA WALNUT STREET t Louisville r Kentucky wJ iqr 11 tt4i ltf i jl I i t lt wI THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 30 1907 7 IRVIN S STORE fthe farmers lost lots of their m t diirjng the warm weather Omtroads are so bad that busi ss is almost at a stand still ang rous going about horse I ick Out school closed last Thurs daT nice time reported and ev dy pleased Lo Bradshaw is very sick tj Sunday at 2 oclock Mr t Meece and Miss Ida Coop nuietly married only a js being present The dustrious and well an and liked by is a modest young rs with a lovable heir mothers who- s will miss them uck and best wish I orable Day of tnei we remember with sure as well as with profit to our 5alth is the one on which we became acquaintedwith Pr Kings New Life Pills the painless purifiers that cure headache and biliousness and keep the PaulspIJrug Store SANO JIMiss Ida Shaw is thought to be proving slowly bidrsp many frienls good bye and deathedpie protracted Bfort at Mt ive is getting along nicely un rthe management of James llivan The people at this place are aying their hogs They want to et them killed before it turns irarm again The protracted effort at Beck THE JackofallTrades W F JEFFRIES SON Agte J WEST MAIN STRXEETa tI ti 11 rA ham Ridge closed last Sunday nightThe Rev Wm Womack sung at P P last Sunday night and had lots of good music There will be prayer meeting at Beckham Ridge every Thursday night IPeople are taking good care of their old hens and are busy mak ing them nests for they think eggs will take a rise after this cold spell- They like the taste as well as maple sugar is what one mother wrote of Kennedys Laxative containing Hon ey and Tar This modern cough syrup orin or con stipate Conforms to the National Purs Food and Drug Law Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia Ky MONTPELIER all the farmers have plow IMost for 1907 crop Mr Geo Arons opened school tat the Montpelier Academy January 14th with 18 pupils Dr J F Jones and wife were on the sick list last week Mr Luther Williams our mer chant has bought Mrs Wheats interest in stock of goods Eld F J Barger will preach for the Pleasant Hill church again this year Etta Young Stapps 1Miss was shopping here last ThursdayMiss Cundiff of near Co lumbia is teaching a class in mu sic at the residence of Mr L P HurtMr Lucian Moore ard wife en tertained the young people of this vicinity one evening recently All report a very enjoyable time Cabin and Russel creeks were on a Boom last Saturday ffEPumps Water Corn Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Press For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from 1 to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse Cos 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUKY k Kentucky Wai Piaster CoI MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF PLASTERING MATERIAL SOUTHERN AGENTS FOR i SACKETT PLASTER BOARD Brook River SIsLouisville Ky i OUR BRANDS FIBERiCAM FBELLS CEMENT PLASTER without sand Write for testimonials 555Alsom OILLBR BENNETT CO MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 1 FURJETURE CHAIRS ANrl MATTRESSESt t f t r4J1rF I i Louisville Ky f f cV DIRIGO Although your correspondent has been tortured with pain and scorched by fever for the past few days he is on the mend and has been able to jot down a few itemsHayden Harvey is very sick now Mrs J W Campbell is yet paralyzed but all others who have been reported sick are im proving and will be out again in a few days Last Fridays rain was almost a flood Harrods Fork was ful ler than it had been for ten years A lot of fence was destroyed The dam recently constructed by Pulliam and Wooten for the purpose of turning the creek in the road was swept away and the road was made impassible at several places Our old friend T J Rossen Rugby was here last Saturday This was the first time we have seen Tommy down this far in a long time and we regret to say that the creek was a little deeper than he thought it was and thus he almost had a ducking 0 W McClister Fairplay vis ited his brother J W McClister several days last week Elmore Harris house caught fire last Sunday The fire was soon discovered and extinguished before much damage had been doneBorn to the wife of Frank Stotts on the 20th a son Moth er and child both doing well We are informed that Eli J Rossen will go to Louisville next week for the purpose of having an operation performed Tans Elmer the little son of Mr and Mrs J M Campbell has a very bad sore on his face Mr William Harris and Miss Sallie Atchley were united in marriage at the home of the grooms parents last Tuesday p m Rev Compton performed the ceremoney The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs A JHarris who recently removed to this section from Monroe county and the bride is a daughter of Mr Ed Atchley of Martinsburg May success and happiness accompany them Mothers who give their children Ken nedys Laxative containing Honey and Tar invariably indorse it Child ren like it because the taste is so pleas ant It is the Original Laxative Cough Syrup and is unrivaled for the relief of croup Gets at the trouble and drives the cold out through the bowels Con forms to the National Pure Foodand Drug Law Sold by Dr J N Page OZARK As I have not seen any thing from here since Xmas I will write a few lines for publication The health of this community is very good at present Rev Johnson is holding a pro tracted meeting at Clear Spring this week The wheat crop never looked more promising at this time of year than now There has been considerable plowing done for corn for January A Wonderful Happening Port Byron N Y has witnessed one of the most remarkable cases of healing ever recorded Amos P King of that place says Buckelns Arnica Salve cured a sore on my leg with which I had suffered over 80 years 1 am now eighty five Guaranteed to cure all sores by T E Paul Druggist 25c The Commercial Club is at work t i Get S F Whites Wholesale magazine catalog There is more in the man than his surroundings A happy hit is often the result of a bold venture To be short is disagreeable but to be short long is terrible A big failure is worse than a small success yet many prefer it The man looking for an easy jobnever holds a profitable position long The post office contest is growing more interesting every day Wayne countys total valuation of property is 3229111000 Good credit is a more valuable asset than cashwe tried it Classical education is desirable but does not guarantee success Work on the foundation of the Bap tist parsonage has been resumed It is what you do rather than what you know that measures your worth When the cold winds dry and crack the skin a box of salve can save much discomfort In buying salve look for the name on the box to avoid any imi tations and be sure you get the original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia Ky LILETOWN Messrs Ed Atkins and John Cook hardware and grocery drummers were with our mer chants one day last week J A Hubbard has returned home from Louisville where he spent a few days selling tobacco Mr Calvin Curry an aged cit izen died on the 21st with a com plication of diseases Mrs Froncaway Clark an aged lady died on the 15th with heart troubleMont Edwards son of Mr Brierwood Edwards died on the 17th with rheumatism and heart trouble He was married to Miss Levie Boston daughter of Mr Walter Boston on Dec 19th 1906 Mrs Eudora Scott is right sick at this writing with fever Owen Edward has been attending school at Uqton Ky for the past month Mr Taylor Lisle and family attended the burial of Mrs Lisles father here last Tuesday Mr Henry Philpot and Miss Dove Pruitt visited at Mr Dick Coffees Greensburg a few days of last week Nearly every person who is subject to attacks from the stomach suffers from a morbid dread of a dietetic treatment for relief that is threefourths starvation and onefourth toast and milk On the other hand you can eat as you please and digest the food by the aid of a good digestant thus giving the tired stomach equally as muchrest Eat what you please and take a little Kodol For Indigestion after your meals It digests what you eat Sold by Dr J N Page Columbia Ky The News and Louisville Daily Herald 2VAll notes and accounts are now due will ask you to come in and settle if you do not want to receive a statement or personal dun W L WALKER Columbia Hotel SMITH NELL Prop- sFirstClass AccomodationsGuaranteed COLUMBIA KENTUCKY iJ t C M WISEMAN SON IDiamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall 132 W Market Bet Ist 2d StLoUlsvllle Ky i S D CrenshawVE- T1N ERY SURGEON Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fairprices I am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMBIA POINTMENT Coffins AND CasketsV If I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me aVcall and be convinced that it would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop J Snow Russell Springs wwwHotel = Restaurant W N Brlnton So- nProprietorsx Uincli asCOMFORTABLE Day ROOMS or NigM f The trade of Adair and adjoiLing counties solicited LEBANON KENTUCKYV I W Everett Lester DENTISTV f libertyKentucky WILMORE HOTEL FIrstslass Table Good Sample Rooms r Feed Stable Reasonable Rates i 1- WX WILMOEe PRO Qradyville Kentucky c f 1 oi t ha i 8 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JANUARY 30 1907 WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS i 0Weeks appeningsNews important or Otherwise as Report ed By Our Corps of Correspondents HATCHER The Modern Woodmen of America gave a banquet at their hall last Tuesday evening The attendance was good The order is growing at each meeting Mrs G A Moody who has been confined to her room sev eral weeks with pulmonary troub le is not regaining her health A party of young ladies and gentlemen burnt a sedge fieldon the farm of Mr Aglette White last Thursday in which they killed 53 rabbits and a great ma ny escaped Misses Olema Buchanan Car rie Smith Matie Kerr and Mes srs Willie Cloyd Richard Mar shall and Merlin Wood were en tertained at the home of Mr Charles Buchanan on Thursday eveningDr Shively has had several buyers for his Robinson Creek farm this year It is one of the most productive in this sectionThe Campbellsville band gave an entertainment at the opera house Friday evening The band has made rapid progress under the efficient instructions of Prof Dumar of Louisville The re ceipts of the entertainment were satisfyingWheat Winter oats indi cate an unusual yield if nothing happens to the contrary Mr Joe Willock better known as our Joe sold his grocery to Walter and Willie Eoskins Mr Willock has been in the grocery business longer than any one else in Campbellsville He wasnt worth a dollar when he began business but is now in very good circumstances at present The new firm goes in with the good wishes of every one Harlan Penn and Henry Car roll of Mannsville were here looking after hogs afew days agoA company has been organized at Campbellsville to manufact ure overalls blankets and other goods It will be incorporated for 20000 Most of the stock has been taken They claim that it will work seventyfive This was brought about by the activ ity of the Commercial club re cently organized The Winter has been so mild that snakes have been killed here Solomon Rouse and James Cal lison Acton were here Friday I Hatcher can boast of a six piece band The boys are amateurs but will give some music soonBethel is the only church in the country that has a good live Sunday School Turner Bros sold over 25000 pounds of sugar at their place of business last year- Theindications are that meat and lard will command the high est price in years Most every one has lost some meat and there are not many hogs to be butchered Miss Lora Miller of this place is teaching a select school at Clay Hill Green county The turnpike between Camp n r Yr Yf qrrI bellsville and Green river is get ting a coat of rock It is not traveled so much lately All of the county roads have sunk may be they will be better with the new ones later of the farmers are ISeveral preparatory to- the opening of the creamery in marchMr Margon Edrington who has been visiting relatives here returned to his post of duty in California a few days ago CANE VALLEY i Our town was well represented in Columbia the first day of Cir cuit Court Our subscription school open ed here last Monday under the management of Prof W H Mc Caffree There are 40 pupils enrolled up to this time and more to come John Hancock who has been rheuImatism a ored girl of this community was buried last Saturday- S C Neat popular Grocery Drummer was calling on our merchants last Wednesday Owen Hardesty passed through our town enroute to Campbells yule with a drove of cattle one day last week R B Wilson has returned from Cleveland Produce market where he has been to sell a few car loads of turkeys Mr J H Goff Groceryman made our town last Thursday Hancock Bros are putting in a planing mill at this place and when installed will be quite a help to our town A G Norris hardware drum mer was here last Thursday The oyster supper given at the residence of Mr and Mrs R B Wilson this place was a success and enjoyed by all present We are glad to see some of those heretofore reported on the sick list able to be cut again walk ing around A R Feese and Horace Mas sie are feeding about 100 head of hogspreparatory for the Spring marketMrs Wm Butler and two daughters Misses Nannie Lee and Susie Kate of near Colum bia were visiting Mrs E F Hancock last Thursday F P Rice made a business trip to Columbia the latter part of last week Born to the wife of Dick Hutch erson January 21st a 10 pound boyShelby Vanhoy of Shebyyille is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs S S Vanhoy Mr and Mrs Robt Judd are visiting the latters mother Mrs Harriett Cundiff in Campbells ville who has been quite sick Christie Murrell son of Mrs Anna Murrell who has been in the army for the past three years is at home on the sick list ELIDA NM We rain last week andthhadfarmers certainly took r advantage of it in turning earth I had the pleasure of visiting at Roswell during the Holidays That beautiful little city is situated 18 miles South of the Pecos river With her many Artesian wells and beautful shade trees a nicer Summer rest cannot be foundChristmas passed and every one seemed to enjoy it especially those who were so fortunate as to partake of the bountiful dinner prepared at the home of Mr Joe Taylor Those present were Mr and Mrs M A McClister Mr and Mrs George Hendry and children Mrs Bettie Burbridge Misses Annie and Lillian Robert son Jodell and Blanche Strange Messrs Charlie McClain Robert McClister Dolphus and Alva Burbridge The afternoon was delightfully spent in games and musicMr Chester Collins returned from Oakland California last SaturdayTwyman Atkins betterknown as Shorty who has been at Roswell for several months came in last week to live on his claim Mr Fred Robertson left for Urton New Mexico last Monday to act as locating agent Mr R M Grissom arrived with his car from Oklahoma last week He has already put up a barn had a well sunk and has the lumber on the ground ready to erect a dwelling When they get moved will be our closest neighbors and we are truly thankful for such excellent people as the Messrs Grissom and their sister Miss Susan Mr Ed Robinson who has been with the First National Bank for sometime has come to prepare for a crop Mr Leslie McClister recently sold a span of nice mares and a wagon for 375 Mr Rich Grissom who had a severe case of lagrippe has al most recovered Misses Jodel and Blanche Strange were visiting Mrs Bet tie Burbridge last Saturday night Several of the young folks came in and it turned out to be an old fashioned candy pull ing Mr Tom Nunn formerly of Cumberland County Kentucky but recently from Indian Territo ry is now a resident of the Sunshine Territory DOLPHUS BURBRIDGE JOPPA Mrs Emma Young of this place left a few days ago for Moody Texas and will remain several months visiting her par ents Aunt Polly Montgomery has been very sick for the last few days Also Mrs W W Brock man has been quite ill Miss Corine Dowell one of the L W T S students spent last last Friday night with Miss Lu BargerMiss Murrell one of our society young ladies gave a party in honor of Miss Dowell Every one reported a delightful time I The social at Mr H P Bar- erg s last Friday night was well attended quite a number were disappointed on account of the rain Prof R 0 Cabbell the sing ing master of this vicinity is con ducting a singing school at Camp Knox Green county Miss Mattie Young was shop ping in Columbia one day last j 7tr Lebanon Steam Laundry 4 REED MILLER COLUMBIA IAGENTS FOR THIS SECTION This one of the Best an most Reliable Landries in the State v sera them your linen and the work will be promptly and neatly executed W R Johnson Prop LEBANON KENT BUGGIES WAGONS FARM IMPLEMENTS FIELD SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS J H PHELPS Dr James Menzies OSTEOPATHY II CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE Kentucky n week Misses Lena Murrell and Co rine Dowell Messrs Joe Conov er and Buford Montgomery were the guests of Miss Nancy Willis last Sunday Miss Tina Brockman has en tered the LW T S for the purpose of taking both vocal and instrumental music Mr Richard Dohoney and wife were the guests of Mrs Fannie Willis last Sunday Mr Willis Brockman who has been attending the L W T S was forced to leave school for a few days on account of being sickIA number of people have been attending Circuit Court from this section most every day The roads are almost impassi ble in some places ESTO Mr F S Carter who will be 97 years old in a few days is en joying as good health as usual Miss Genevieve Lapsley one of Estos popular young ladies en tered school at Russell Springs MondayThe tIe three year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Haskins Clark has been very sick at her grand fathers Mr B F Phelps for several days but is improving Mr M D Phelps who is working in the oil fields of Cumberland county is home for a short visit J The News and Louisville Daily Herald 2 4 v IIAT IIColumbia Jtll ITIIE ORIGUPJfALII For all Coughs and assists in expelling Colds from the sys tcn by gently moving the bowels A certain s2relief for croup and- whoopingcough Nearly all other cough cures are- constipating ftt especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative Honey Tar moves the bowels contains vno Opiates KENNEDYS t IIClover Regls- UrtiUXTIVE CONTAINING HONEY TAR FEIPARXD AT TBB LABORATORY OF E O DeWITT do CO CHICAGO U 8 A Dr J N Page Agent Columbia Ky ADDITIONAL STOcK ITEMS Mr A F Leach sold a fine harness mare for 160Sano Cor 000 Mr R H Price is feeding 36 hogs that will run from 80 to 115 Pounds ThY will reach the market in April or May and by that time will average 200 pounds or more 000r000 r JolpJEelston 000 IElam Cheatham of Cumberland Co was here Thtirsday buying hogs paid 5 and 5J cents Wm Parson HeI a milch cow to Jack Barton for J Dirigo Cor 000 G A Bradshaw bought one cow ofrRev C R Deener for 30 Montpelier Cor 000IMr WJL Grady has been on theImarket for the part week for a car load trof hogs at the market pricesGrady- yule Correspondent d j i