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Digital page images are linked to the text file. it t = bait nnlti tm COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 31 1907 NUMBER 38 UL RAID ty Collector Lot Still in Adair unty ROYED IN COLUMBIA night Deputy Col udd in company Wolford made a rthwestern portion y locating an illicit i 7 35 gallons in oper ortland It is said 1 was owned and wa ted by Jo Reynold- tt Bell When officer is deputy got to there was burning and were going round the he operators were not Three hundred and ons of beer were de and the outfit brought tibia and chopped to i the square ATE ALEXANDER DEADI e H C Baker received a m from Mr W C Read ill Minn last Wednesday y that his aunt Mrs Kate der had died in that city ening before and that the al would be in Louisville y morning 2JL deceasedwas born and reared 1 in Columbia and was eventyeight years old when leath came She wasa ery excellent lady and vas the vidow of Judge T T Alexander vho died man years ago Ear in life she made a profession her Christian faith united ith the Presbyterian church atc is place living a zealous memc untiltheThe passing of Mrs Alexander removes the last one of the older members of the descendants of James and Kitty Frazer a very familiar name to the people of Columbia and Adair county he deceased resided in CoJ lumbia until her husband T r Alexander went off the ben h removing to Louisville soon thereafter and where he practiced law until his death ce the death of the husband Mrs Alexander resided with her nepHew Mr W C Read St Paul Minn Ooe funeral services were held in C lIege Street Presbyterian Church Louisville Friday fore noon Judge H C Baker of this place a nephew by marriage was ii attendance DROPPED DEAD Mrs Bettie Bennett wife of Mr Selden Bennett was sudden ly called from earthly duties last Wednesday at the noon hour She was apparently in her usual health had just finished cooking dinner and the family had appeared in the diningroom and were seated at the table Mrs Bennetts attention was called to the cookroom and upon enter ing it she fell Her husband and children got to her as quickly Iflppq ible picked her up and placed her upon a bed but she never spoke Heart failure is given as the cause of her sudden demiseMrs Bennett was a daughter i i ftti 1NtifI J o l r tt JJ r of the late James H Reynolds who for many years was one of the most prominent and influen tial citizens of Adair county haying frequently been elected to office Her mother was a sister of Col John Tupman who in his day was a prominent farmer and who at one time was elected to serve Adair county in the Kentucky Legislature The deceased was about forty two years old and was the moth inlife she became a member of the Baptist Church but later she be came identified with the Holiness Peoples famsily graveyard Our is extended to the husband an children in this the hour of their greatest affliction In a delegated Republican con veiition held at the Courthouse in Columbia Monday July 29 1907 Mr Luther Perryman of the Pellyton District was nomi nated to represent Adair and Cumberland in the lower House of the next General Assembly Mr Perryman in a few well chos en words accepted the nomina tion Mr Hovious and Dr Tay lor the two defeated candidates also made short talks The con vention was presided over by Mr J S Stapp and Judge T A Mur rell acted as Secretary Rev J C Cook pastor of the Baptist Church this place closed a very successful meeting at Cane Valley last Friday The meeting was in progress thirteen days and resulted in eleven additions to the following Churches Baptist 7 Methodist 2 and Christian 2 There was a great deal of interest manifested by all denominations throughout the meeting Rev Wm Dudgeon assisted in the work Miss Nan nie Mat Dudgeon was the organ ist The Cane Valley Church has been without a regular pastor for eighteen months but in the last two months thirtytwo mem have been added to the congregation as result of Bro Cooks labors The Church is very much in need of a pastor and an effort should be made at once to secure one The closing of this meeting makes over fifty additions to the Baptist Church es since Bro Cook has been in this work six months Mr G A Smith spent a few days in Monticello last week He reports work progressing nicely and the grading of thec railroad and the building of a pike road from Monticello to Cooper a distance of about seven miles He also informs us that on Sunday a young man by the name of Foster was killed by a young man whose name is Gregory The killing occurred inE the mountains beyond Monticello some few miles He did not learn the particulars Mr P C McCaffree received a severe kick from a horse last week He was cutting hay when the animal became frightened and kicked striking Mr McCaf tkneeDr CK R sell was called and after taking several stitches left the patient Reeling reasonably well though he will snot be able to work fr several WeekS i Y2k a J t5 WM HENRY MLLEE He Is Kicked by a Mare Breakin His Right Leg Above the Knee PATIENT DOING REASONABLY WELL Last Monday afternoon Mr W H Sallee wellknown citizen was severely kicked by a mare breaking his right leg above the knee Mr Sallee was in a lot watching the mare she having aI young colt A horse came up- and the mare kicked at him striking Mr Sallee as above anddthe patient will be able to leave his room As soon as the acci dent ocurred Drs Taylor Rus sell Cartwright and Grissom were called who reduced the fracture compound and when they withdrew Mr Sallee was resting easy The victim of this unfortunate accident has many friends in Adair county who will be sorry to learn of the occur rence but who will hope for his early recovery RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL The above wellknown hotel is now open and will continue until September the 15th The building is large and every room well furhisned The table is supplied with the best the market affords Terms very reasonable close attention paid guests J H PAYNe PronV- ALUABLE HOME FOR SALE My dwelling and store house at Elkhorn Taylor county five miles from Campbellsville is for sale The almostbnew It contains six rooms a kitchen and a pantry It is lo cated in the central r portion oft Elkhorn on a square lot containing 2i acres The very best of water and all necessary outbuildings I will also sell my store house near the residence feet long by 26 The location is a fine business point and the community one of the best in Taylor county For full particu lars write Geo T May Elk- horn Ky 383t A BIRTHDAY PARTY l Last Wednesday evening Mar = i l Lucy Lowe entertained a number her friends to a birthday party A pleasant time was spent in games and nusic Refreshments were served and many use ful and beautiful presents were received it being her fourteenth birthday that number were invited of which thirteen were pres= who were Misses NellieFols lis Mary Triplett Mary DPat teson Cecil Pile Annie Faulkner 1fieldJulia Miller Alma Kratzer Fan a nieKratzer Elizabeth Coy MF HIGH SCHOOL Mr J Ov Russell Secretary of Board of Trustees M F Highschool has recieved the following endorsements of Prof J P Darnall I learn with pleasure that your board has elected Prof John Palmer Darnall Principal S of the M F High School arid I desire to congratulate you very heartily on your choice Prof andd one t men we have graduated at the University this year A gentle man of his type can not fail I feel sure to exert an excellent influence upon pupils who are in his charge I am persuaded that he will maintain in the High School at Columbia the same high standard of scholarship to which he himself attained in all departments of work at Central UniversityVerry truly yours T LINDSEY BLANEY Director of Department of Language Center College I am glad to learn that you have secured the services of Mr P Darnall He made an ex I cellent record as a student of Center surebthat he is capable of rendering very efficient service as Princi pal of the Presbyterian High School He is a young man of excellent character and will be a good citizen of your community I look for a successful year in your school under his man agement Cordially yours F W HINITT President of Center College Miss Octavia M Reed of this place a wellknown educator who has been teaching in Eastern Kentucky for several years will assist Prof Darnall inc conducting the school Miss Reeds qualifications are known to every body in this locality hence she needs no endorsement LIBERTY FAIR The Liberty Fair will com mence August 28 and will con tinue three days This promises be the best Fair ever given in Casey county There will be an unusual display of fine stock the ring shows and races attracting people from all quarters The Columbia Band will furnish excellent music Come everybody comodations ample Jason Wesley Secretary PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY r W H C Sandidge Union lJ F Roach Harrods Fork A R Kasey Columbia J A Johnston Milltown G Y Wilson Picketts Chapel T J Campbell Glensfork F J Barger Beech Crove Z T Williams Cane Valley H T Jessee White Oak The Louisville daily papers of last Thursday reported that John Montgomery received a sun the afternoon before was conveyed to the hospital where he died It was John B Mont gomery a native of this place he did not die recovering in few hours after being taken to the sanitarium and was on the streets soliciting trade for the house he represents the next day Quite a number of young peo pie assembled at the home of Mr and Mrs W H Wilson last Saturday evening in honor of the Misses Stevens of Madisonyille All who answered to invitatious spent a most delightful time jA Next Monday will be County CourtISee the 5 and 10 cent tables at Sinclairs A grert many letters necessari ly carried over this week Singing at White Oak next Sun day afternoon Every body come A soaking rain visited Adair county throughout last Sunday night and Monday You can buy a drop head sew ing machine 5 year guarantee for 14 at Sinclairs A large barn RbLFaulkner Griffin Springs was consumed by fire last Saturday night Mr J S Stapp liveryman lost a very valuable horse one day last week He became overheated t The Monticello Fair hangs out 1350 on trotting pacing and running races The Fair opens September 10th Mr and Mrs W C Vanhoy return their grateful thanks to all those who were with them in the illness and death of their lit tle daughter Annie Elizabeth Mr A T Sherrill of Grady ville was in Columbia last Fri day and advanced his subscrip tion to May 1908 We invite others to give such pleasant calls Mrs Sarah Burton who was the wife of J C Burton diedtThursday the 25th She was fortysix years old and was a victim of paralysis The remains were interred near McGaha The telephone service of Columbia is now firstclass All the lines have been overhauled- a new cable putin in fact every thing has been done to give patrons perfect satisfaction Ring up Rev George H Burton of South Carolina preached for the people in the Fairplay country last Sunday He went to the neighborhood Saturday afternoon and was entertained by his old comrade in arms Mr Gaither Bryant Judge Baker will open Circuit Court at Tompkinsville next Monday the last court in the circuit At the close of this term Judge Baker will be given a rest until the third Monday in September when the Adair term will open The brick work on Mrs MarrGarnetts building has been com pleted The woodwork will now be pushed to rapid completion The fire wall of the post office building owned by Mr J 0 Russell has been raised making the two buildings the same heightIThe Presbyterian Womans Missionary Society will meet iat the home of Miss Minnie Trip lett this Tuesday evening It is to be a poverty party and every body is invited Fun galore is guaranteed There will be songs readings and music by the brass band Those who attend ViII be taxed 1 cent to 5 cents according their wearing appar J eI wHfc 2t f i U 2 THE ADAIR 00UNrYNEWS COLUMBIA KY JULY 31 1907 SHERIFFS SETTLEMENT A settlement of the accounts of W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair County of the collection and disburstments of the 26 cents advalorum tax and of 150 poll tax levied by the Adair Fiscal Court for the year 1906 At the regular Oci toberterm 1906 of said Court I was by order of said Court appointed its Commissioner to settle with said Sher iff above collection and disburstment for said year and beg to report the fol lowingI charged said Sheriff with 3121 polls listed by the Assessor for taxation for said year at the rate of 150 each I then charged him with poll tax on persons at 150 which the Assessor had failed to list but who were listed by said Sheriff and said taxes collected by him I then charged him with 26 cents on each 100 worth of taxable property assessed equalized for tax ation in said county for said year- I then charged him with 26 cents per 100 on 30500 of taxable property which had been omitted by the Assessor but which was listed by said Sheriff and said taxes were collected by him I then charged him with the pen alties and interest on the unpaid taxes whichwere delinquent on the 1st day of Nov 1906 I then charged him with the fran chise tax on the various corporations of said county DEBITS To 3121 tithes listed by Assessor at 150 4681 50 To 49 tithes listed by Sheriff at 150 73 50 To advalorum tax on 236653 00 worth of taxable property listedby Assessor supervised equalized and certified for tax ation at 26 cents on each 100 6179 29 To same on 30500 listed by Sheriffand collected taxes at 26cts 100 79 30 To Franchise tax on Bank of Columbia 120 88 To Franchise tax on 1st National Bank 63 78 To Franchise tax on Columbia Telephone Co 78 To Franchise tax on Adair and Russell Telephone Co 14 To 6 per cent penalty on unpaid tax Nov 1 1906 and interest r collected on each taxes that is all penalties on polls and 2696 of all advalorum penalties as Directed by law 32 77 Total Debits 11231 94 CREDITS 1 then gave said Sheriff Credit by the following certificates of allowances he presented to me having paid same to the persons owning same and same are filed herewith as vouchers Viz By paid M E Blair Ctf 372 for voting house 1 00 Paid J W Young Ctf 630 for vot ing house 1 00 Paid L C Hurt Ctf 673 servises Election officer 2 00 Paid same Ctf 679 services Election officer 2 00 Paid Junius Hancock Receiver of General fund 200 00 Paid J M Turner Assignee of W D Jones Ctf 273 for services as School Supt 350 00 Paid E T Sallee Ctf 670 for Med ical Attention to pauper 10 00 Paid W S Hindman Ctf 671 ser vices officer election 2 55 Paid Frank Jackman Assignee of H C Wolford Ctf No 464 for services as Constable 2 50 Paid F W Miller Ctf 681 servi ces as Election Comr 6 00 Paid L V Hall Ctf 682 services as Election officer 2 00 raid Bettie W Butler Assg W L Brockman Ctf 329 for furnishing paupers 39 00 Paid U L Taylor Ctf 577 for voting house 300 Paid U L Taylor Assg of Wv T Grissom Ctf 314 for services as poor house Physician 50 00 jPaidU L Taylor Assg of W T Grissom Ctf 364 for services as health officer 5 00 Paid U L Taylor Ctf 317 services- as health officer 100 00 Paid U L Taylor Ctf 291 Assg of Neat Hancock and Staples for school books 32 78 Paid U L Taylor Assg J H Grady Ctf 316 for Medical Attention to pauper 10 00 Paid TIL Taylor Ctf 431 forMed ical Attention to pauper 15 00 Paid IT L Taylor Assg of Er jmine Leach Ctf 391 for services as poor house keeper 19900 Paid G A Bradshaw Ctf 575 sir X vices election officer 2 86 t gaid4UL Taylor Ctf 414 server J ces Health officer 100 00 Paid same Ctf 432 services Med ical Attention to pauper 34 00 Paid same Assg J N Nurrell Co Ctf 311 for furnishing pau 20IPaid J P Beard Assg of J G Sta ples Ctf 297 for Medical at tention to pauper 3 00 Paid S C Neat Ctf 574 services election officer 2 00 Paid J H Stephens Ctf 325 for burial goods pauper 3 70 Paid J P Beard Assg of F W Miller Ctf 427 for services as Sheriff 74 50 Paid same Assg of Page Moore Ctf 418 for furnishing pauper 51 00 Paid same Assg J H Grady Ctf 415 for furnishing pauper 50 00 Paid same Assg J W Burton Ctf 419 for furnishing pauper 26 00 5aid same Assg G G Reynolds Ctf 397 for furnishing pauper 14 25 Paid same Assg Dr G T Simpson Ctf 458 Medical attention pau per 5 00 Paid same Assg D B White Ctf 508 for furnishing pauper 4 84 Paid same Assg W E Gentry Ctf 408 for furnishing pauper 5 00 Paidsame Assg X W Scott Ctf 409 for furnishing pauper 6 35 Paidsame Assg Dr W R Grissom Ctf 428 for Medical attention- to pauper 8 00 Paid same Assg J T Dudley Ctf 417 for furnishing pauper 11 30 Paid same Assg A W Tarter Ctf 467 for services as Jailor 440 55 Paid same Assg Dr W R Grissom Ctf 288 for Medical attention to pauper 17 50 Paid same Assg Murrell Trip lett Ctf 363 for pauper coffin 3 50 Paid same Assg Simpson Breeding Ctf 362 for pauper coffin 5 00 Paid J K Robertson Ctf 523 ser vices as election officer 2 00 Paid same Ctf 524 services as election officer 2 00 Paid D B White Ctf 571 services as election officer 2 00 Paid A C Froedge Ctf 373 servi ces as election officer 2 00 Paid J C Sullivan Ctf 572 servi ces as election officer 2 00 Paid W F Squires Ctf 566 services as election officer 2 00 Paid same Ctf 567 services as election officer 2 00 Paid J B Beard Ctf 570 services as election officer 2 48 Paid J P Beard Ctf 562 services as election officer 2 80 Paid Dr Wm Blair Ctf 564 Med ical attention to pauper 14 50 Paid S E Conover Assg Dr R H Perrymam Ctf 282 Medical at tention to pauper 10 00 Paid same S H Kelsay Ctf 302 for furnishing pauper 10 00 Paid same Assg J M Shive Ctf 283for furnishing pauper 25 31 Paid same Assg J M Shive Ctf 284 for furnishing pauper 11 35 Paid same Assg same Ctf 285 for furnishing pauper 6 84 Paid same Assg B B Vaughan Ctf 279 for conveying lunatic to Assylum 28 32 Paid same Assg T A Murrell Ctf 334 for services as County Judge 281 00 Paid same Assg F W Miller Ctf 331 for services as Sheriff 105 50 Paid same Assg T R Stults Ctf 346 for services as County Clerk 104 95 Paid same Dr E B Atkinson Ctf 319 for Medical attention to pauper 13 00 Paid same Assg L R Chelf Ctf 298 for furnishing pauper 25 85 Paid same Assg same Cts 469 for same services 6 50 Paid same Assg same Ctf 470 for same services 23 40 Paid same Assg T R Stults Ctf 484 services Clerk Fiscal Court 12 00 Paid same Assgsame Ctf 485 services as County Clerk 13263 Paid same Assg J J England Ctf 500 services as Justice 600 Paid same Assg G P Smythe Ctf 315 services Election Comr Atty 15 00 Paid Mamie Taylor Assg Ermine Leach Ctf 209 for keeping poor house 230 19 Paid W E Collins Ctf 483 services as Election officer 2 00 Paid J M Perryman Ctf 559 services as Election officer 336 Paid same Ctf 560 services as election officer 2 00 Paid J P Beard Assg W B Pat teson Ctf 466 services as Sher iff 288 95 Paid R L CaldwellCtf 566 servi ces election officer 2 70 Paid T J Patton Ctf 554 services electian officer 3U2 Paid J M Shive Gtf 553 for vot f 1 rfif ing house 5 00 Paid J W Reece Ctf 555 servi ces election officer 2 00 Paid J H Kernes Ctf 398 for furnishing pauper 5 50 Paid same Ctf 399 for furnishing pauper 18 55 Paid same Ctf 401 for furnishing pauper 536 Paid same Assg J F Neat Ctf 404 for cost in suit 8 35 Paid same Ctf 400 for furnishing pauper 20 00 Paid Noah Loy Ctf 558 for servi ces election officer 312 Paid J K P Conover Ctf 402 for services as Jailor 340 70 Paid same Ctf 323 for same ser vices 206 80 Paid Emit Goode Ctf 507 servi ces election officer 3 34 Paid Bradley Gilbert Co Ctf 348 for file boxes books c 33 86 Paid G W Dillon Ctf 534 for furnishing pauper 19 04 Paid same Ctf 535 for furnishing pauper 5 00 Paid same Ctf 533 for furnishing pauper 19 04 Paid J W Sublett Assg of Ed Eubank Ctf 326 furnishing pau per 69 70 Paid same Assg same Ctf 413 for furnishing pruper 56 50 Paid Bank of Columbia Assg of J H Stephens Ctf 495 for fur nishing paupers 14 00 Paid same Assg of J R Jones Ctf 275 furnishing paupers 25 50 Paid same Assg of T A Murrell Assg of A M Petty W J Bot tom J T White Ctf 448serv ices Board of Supervisors 49 50 Paid same Assg of JH Snephens Ctf 498 furnishing paupers 19 50 Paid same Assg same for same service Ctf 494 13 00 Paid same Assg of Hammons Co Ctf 398 furnishing paupers 19 50 Paid same Assg of same Ctf 394 for same service 26 00 Paid same Assg of W D Jones Ctf 482 services School Superin tendent 175 00 Paid same Assg of T A Murrell Ctf 445 services as County Judge 137 50 Paid Mary M Garnett Assg of James Selby Ctf 353 furnishing pauper 5 00 Paid same Assg Hammond Coffey Ctf 312 furnishing pau per 57 51 Paid same Assg Tim Cravens Ctf 277 services as Stenographer 22 30 Paid same Assg Green Reynolds Ctf 292 furnishing pauper 8 25 Paid same Assg Stephens Sul livan Ctf 296 furnishing pau pers 115 20 Paid same Assg G T Simpson Ctf 268 Medical attention to pauper 10 00 Paid same Assg J C Montgom ery Ctf 294 furnishing pauper 3 50 Paid same Assg MR Yarberry x Ctf 295 services as County At torney pro tern 2 50 Paid same Assg E M Burton Ctf 281 furnishing pauper 5 95 Paid same Ass same Ctf 280 furnishing pauper 23 05 Paid James Garnett Assg Nell Nell Ctf 449 furnishing pauper 39 00 Paid same Assg same Ctf 453 for same service 19 50 Paid same Assg same Ctf 452 for same service 9 50 Paid same Assg same Ctf 450 for same service 26 00 Paid same Assg same Ctf 448 for same service 26 10 Paid same Assg same Ctf 454 for same service 16 00 Paid same Assg W OPelly Ctf 424 for same service 57 00 Paid same Assg same Ctf 422 for same servicew 22 00 Paid same Assg same Ctf 423 for same service 26 00 Paid same Assg J J Hunter Ctf 447 for same service 7 50 Paid same Assg J N Murrell Co Ctf 433 for same service 22 50 Paid same Assg Neat Hancock Sfaples Ctf 442 jail goods 13 26 Paid same Assg Dr N M Han cock Ctf 462 Medical attention to pauper 1750 Paid same Assg C M Russell Ctf 429 for holding inquest 5 00 Paid same Assg L C Winfrey Ctf 457 services Election Commis sioner 14 60 Paid same Assg J M Campbell Ctf 421 furnishing paupers 4 00 Paid cR Hutchinson Ctf 536 services as Supervisor as Su pervisor 16 50 Paid J C Calhoun Ctf 505 services Election officer 2 00 Paid Junius Hancock Ctf 478 services as County Judge 130 OO Paid S S Goode Ctf 300 for furnishing pauper 5114 Paid F P Dohoney Ctf 539 W vNX MX S vvvi M wwvi lJ vvvv tNjX IN IN m Xl m Im IN ii IN itm f IN IN 7ii in7K iIE C v v I HaveV 5 A COMPLETE STOCK OF iii jiii t1 v 7irIE WALL PAPER WIRE CLOTH POULTRY 3E NETTING SCREEN DOORS WIRE EFence Roofing Spring Hinges Sash Hang Eers Door Pulls Screen Door Catches Win E dow Screens Ice Cream Freezers Refriger Eators Garden Hoes Rakes Shovels Manure n7ig j Tools Lawn Mowers Grass Hooks Grass E Shears AT BOTTOM PRICES v iiiI i o iIV 7F V 8 JOHN A HOBSON Iv Greensburgi Ky v Ivw ii v v w wvii ivwvvw tL v v iimmmmm 71 mmi37C7Ii 71Ci mnm tr E cri Efecirs E =give cst= crci riEi EEEctlE f HORD RIOEW DEALERS IN M SUPPLIESi1iW RUBBER TIRES BLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION WHEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE PUT ON ON SHORT NOTICE IiGIVEUS A CAL- LCAMPBELLSVILLE KENTUCKY Ai 7K S SrS iiii i S S Sr SSSSSS S riSS rrLi S S i r Kentucky Wall Plaster Co MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF PLASTERING MATERIAL SOUTHERN AGENTS FOR SACKETT PLASTER BOARD Brook RiverBOTH PHONES 2267 Louisville Ky OUR BRANDSI DIAMOND withsand LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER CAMPBELLS CEMENT PLASTER without sand Write for testimonialsI Also Operating HOOSIER WALL PRASTER PLANT Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 r The Louisville Trust Southwest Gorner C0mpanY Fifth and Market LOUISVILLE Organized under a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin istrator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every posL tion of trust thatcan be held by an individual I It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strengthj Delher Brothers 116 E Market St Louisville Seal for CaUligie CARRY ALL HEIGHTS IN STOCK lUtWW rcw PttCl GSTAKMMCTYUi MAM 15 uDiGiii7 Al i I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JULY 31 1907 services Election officer 2 55 Haid G P Smythe Ctf 475 serv ices as County Attorney 125 00 Paid Tim Cravens Ctf 441 taking evidence at inquest 30 50 Paid N H Moss Assg Wilmore Moss Ctf 310 furnishing pau pers 92 50 Paid James Garnett Ctf 412 for Making settlements 30 00 Paid same Assg Nell Nell Ctf 451 furnishing paupers 13 00 Paid J M Turner Assg of W D Jones Ctf 274 for County Printing 53 30 Paid J A Wheeler Assg of W L Gadherry Ctf 324 furnishing pauper 26 00 Paid J K Rodgers Ctf 515 services as Election officer 3 04 Paid S K Humphress Ctf 52o services as Election officer 2 00 Paid J R Tutt Ctf 510 for voting house 2 00 Paid same Ctf 511 for furnish ing pauper 7 30 Paid Coffey Sanders Compa ny Ctf 269 for same service 31 25 Paid J S Stapp Ctf 430 for County Printing 16 67 Paid W R Johnson Ctf 434 for fur nishing pauper 8 00 Paid H J Conover Ctf 504 for Election officer 2 00 Paid J T Barbee Ctf 528 for Election officer 2 00 Paid Zach Darnell Ctf 527 for Election officer 2 64 Paid J W Sublett Bro Ctf 318 furnishing panpers 75 90 Paid same Ctf 320 for furnishing Paupers 35 00 Paid A L DulworthCtf 396 for furnishing paupers 21 00 Paid W B Page Ctf 522 services Election offices 2 48 Paid Wilmore Moss Ctf 410 furnishing pauper 53 75 Paid Hughes Coffer Assg of Nell Nell Ctf 327 for fur nishing paupers 117 00 Paid same Assg of Dr L C Nell Ctf 328 Medical attention to paupers 36 50 Paid same Assg of W N Smith Ctf 456 for furnishing paupers 5 64 Paid C A Walker Ctf 526 for pauper coffin 4 00 Paid S E Conover Assg of Brad ley Gilbert Co Ctf 491 forte books etc 149 40 Paid Jas Garnett Jr Ctf 411 services as County Attorney 125 00 Paid same Ctf 333 for same serv ice 225 00 Paid Mary M Garnett Assg of W L Walker Ctf 352 furnishing paupers 128 99 Paid H C Walker Ctf 357 for pau per coffins 20 00 Paid J A Chapman Assg of Jen nie Grider Ctf 531 voting house 1 50 Paid Dr W T Grissom Ccf 537 Services as P H Physician 26 50 Paid Russell Co Ctf 438 for furnishing pauper 26 00 Paid Russell Co ctf 439 furnish ing pauper 16 00 Paid same Ctf 440 for goods to jail inmates 37 23 Paid J F Hardwick Ctf 543 for services as Election officer 2 80 Paid same Ctf 304 for furnishing pauper 122 62 Paid same Assg of Dr ZT Gab bert Ctf 489 Medical attention to paupers 4 50 Paid Isaac Willen Ctf 538 for services as Election officer 286 Paid J W Richards Ctf 541 for services as Election officer 2 00 Paid same Ctf 542 for same serv ices 2 00 Paid W C Yates Ctf 544 for serv ices as Election officer 2 00 Paid J D Todd Ctf 545 for serv ices as Election officer 2 00 Paid same Ctf 547 for sameserv ices 2 00 Paid M L Mitchell Ctf 548 for services as election officer 2 00 Paid W S Pickett Ctf 553 serv aces as Supervisor 1650 Paid C C Gentry Ctf 549 services as Election officer 2 80 Paid G W Dillon Ctf 532 for fur nishing pauper 26 00 Paid C M Herriford Ctf 702 serv ices as Election officer 2 70 Paid A Loy Ctf 690 for services as Election officer 2 64 Paid R W Hurt Ctf 704 for services as Election officer 2 00 Paid L E McGinnis Ctf 699 for v conveying from Green county to Columbia 2 10 Paid T A Green Ctf 700 for serv ices Election officer 2 00 Paid E L Sinclair Ctf 701 for services Election officer 2 00 Paid H H Nell Ctf 703 for serv ices Eleccion officer 2 00 J Paid Bradley Gilbert Co Ctf 347 for books 20 40 Paid U LTaylor Assg R B Wit I son Ctf 321 furmshingipaupers 45 00 Paid Jiihius Holt Ctf 694 for vot r 4 I i i ing house 3 00 Paid Citizens Bank Assg of W L Brockman Ctf 459 furnishing paupers 7 50 Paid same Assg of same for same service 19 50 Paid M L Grissom Ctf 684 for burial goods to pauper 1 35 Paid U L Taylor Assg of W D Jones Ctf 313 for County Printing 1 35 Paid G R Shelton Ctf 499 tor serv ices as School Superintendent 175 00 Paid Bradshaw Jones Ctf 683 for pauper coffin 5 00 Paid Hiram Jackman Ctf 395 for furnishing pauper 75 00 Paid L B Hurt Ctf 685 forserv ices Election officer 14 00 Paid Wm Biggs Ctf 392 for or ders of paupers 3 00 Paid G W Robertson Ctf 688 services Election officer 2 00 Paid W G Pickett Ctf 697 serv ices Election officer 2 00 Paid Citizens Bank Assg E L Sinclair Assg W L Brockman Ctf 406 for furnishing pauper 12 00 Paid same Assg of same Ctf 407 for same service 17 50 Paid W H Russell Ctf 696 services Election officer 2 00 Paid J C Pelley Ctf 689 services Election officer 3 36 Paid J W Sublett Ctf 695 for voting house 3 00 Paid B S Miller Ctf 691 for burial goods to pauper 6 4Q Paid M Cravens Ctf 692 services- as Election Commissioner 10 00c Paid Junius Hancock Judge Adair County Court 200 00 Paid same for same 303 02 I was then shown a list of 118 persons and orders of the Adair County Court releasing same of advalorum tax on 30795 worth of property that was erroneously listed by the Assesor A large part of which was property that should have been exempt to persons with a family Said list is filed here with and I therefore gave said Sheriff a credit by 26cts on each 100 of said amount which equals 80 06 I was then shown o list of 26 persons which had been listed through error the second time with poll tax and I gave said Sheriff credit by same at 150 each making 450 I also found that he was chargedwith polls on 4 women and I gave him credit by 150 on each making 6 00 I also found that 25 other persons had been released from poll tax from time to time whose names were charged with poll tax and I therefore gave him credit for same at 150 each making 37 50 I then deducted from total debits of 1123194 8006 released on advalorum tax also 3900 for erroneously polls alIso 450 for minors charged with polls Alsa 6 for women charged with saidI polls and also 3750 the amount of releases on polls making 16556 deducted from total debits aforesaid which leaves 1106638 on which said Sheriff is intitled to commission for collecting as followsIBy Commission 10 per cent on first 5000 500 00 By Commission 10 per cent on remainder 606638 242 65 By paid Jo Dudley Ctf 719 for services as Justice 3 00 TOTAL CREDITS 9079 63I RECAPITULATION TOTAL DEBITS 1123194 TOTAL CREDITS 907963 Bal due County 215231- I therefore find that said W B Pat teson Sheriff is indebted to said County out of said fund in the sum of 215231 less whatever amount is allowed to him by the Adair Fiscal Court as credit for delinquent poll taxes for all of which is respectfully submitted this 3rd day of April 1907 T A MURRELL Commissioner of the Adair Fiscal Court Supplemental report I have this day submitted the above settlement to the Adair Fiscal Court and same was approved and said Court then allowed the delinquent list presented by said Sheriff amounting to 219 polls and directed me to give him credit by same in above settlement in scam of 1550 each penalty making 160 each or 35040 in all which Being therfore done leaves said Sheriff owing said County out of said fund a balance of 180191 This April 3rd 1907 T A MURRELL Commissioner Received of W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair Comity 180191 in full on bat ance due Adair County as shown by above settlement This April 3rd 1907 JUNIUS HANCOCK J A C C Kentucky Adair County Set IT Rr Stults Clerk Adair County Court certify that the foregoing set tlement of W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair County for the years 1906 and 907 was filed in mV office at April i r term of this Court for record which is now done accordingly This June 1 1907T R STULTS Clerk By M E STULTS D C SetAdairI T R Stults Clerk Adair County Court certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of settlement as found of record in my office Given undermy hand this July 22 1907 Attest T R STULTS Clerk Adair County Court By M E STULTS D C A statement and settlement of the accounts of W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair County of the collections and disbursements made by him of the 20 cts Road tax for the year 1906 which was levied at the April Term 1906 of the Adair Fiscal Court At the regular October Term 1906 I was by order of the Adair Fiscal Court appointed Commissioner of said Court and directed to make settlement with said Sheriff of said collections and dis bursements of said road tax and I beg to report the following- I first charged him with the advalo rum tax of 20 cents on 2376653 of taxable property that was listed by the assessor supervised equilized and cer tified by the Auditor to said Sheriff I then charged him with 20 cents per 10000 on 30500 worth of taxable property which the Assessor had failed to list but on which said Sheriff had collected the taxes after having listed said property himself- I then charged him with the penalties and interest on the unpaid taxes that he had not collected November 1st 1906 That is the 6 per cent penalties on same as well as the 6 per cent interest col lected by him on said delinquent taxes I then charged him with the franchise tax on the various corporations in the CountyI charged him with 1600 received of JoNat Conover Supervisor of Roads being delinquent taxes of former year collected by said Supervisor and paid to said Sheriff as directed by lawI then charged him with 1530 being amount collecte 1 by said Sheriff of per sons convicted of failure to work on the public roads of the County DEBITS To 20 cents per 100 on 237665300 worth of taxable property listed by the Assessor supervised and equalized and certified by the Auditor for tax ation 4753 30 To same on 30500 which was omitted by the assessor but was listed by sheriff and taxes collected by him 61 00 Franchise tax on Bank of Columbia 92 98 Franchise tax on First National Bank v 49 06 To Franchise tax on Colum bia Telephone Co 59 To Franchise tax on Adair and Russell Telephone Co 11 To 6 per cent penalty on the uncollected taxes unpaid Nov ember 1st 1906 that is the road fund part of 2096 of all the penalty oh advalorum and in cluding interest collected by Sheriff on same as directed bylaw 7 28 To received of Jo N Conover Supervisor of roads delinquent polls collected by him on former year 16 00 To fines received of persons con victed f failure to work public roads of the County 15 30 Total Debits 4995 62 CREDITS Said Sheriff then presented to me the following certificates of allowances of the Adair Fiscal Court ordered paid out of the road fund to the various parties here in after named and which had been paid by him and are filed herewith as vouchers towit By paid Russell Co ctf 635 for road material 2 27 By paid Same ctf Q12 for road material 4 30 By paid Frank Sinclair Assignee- of Marion Antle ctf 579 for work on road tools 4 45 Paid R P Breeding ctf 647 for bridge lumber 11 14 Paid Jo N Conover ctf 662 for services as road Supervisor 300 00 Paid same ctf 648 for extra services as Road Supervisor 100 00 Paid Plaining Mill Co ctf 648 for bridge lumber 11 72 Paid Bud Parsons ctf 646 for repairing road tools 3 72 Paiji C S Harris 631 for printing 165 Paid H A Hurt ctf 580 for road material 4 80 P aid W T Hendrickson ctf 64 for road material 87 Paid S S Goode eta 602 for road material 3 85 Paid J N Roberts ctf 609 for road material 4 05 Paid J A Richards ctf 599 for road material 1 50 Paid R A Hubbard ctf 598 for road material 4 40 Paid N A McKinley ctf 606 for road material 7 00 Paid W F Jeffries son ctf 623 for road material 11 76 Paid C G Jeffries ctf 657 for clearing road 15 00 Paid P W Chelf ctf 617 for bridge lumber 7 00 Paid J S Breeding ctf 578 for road material 4 50 Paid F P Dohoney ctf 591 for road material 6 42 Paid Ben Russell ctf 5S3 for road material 4 50 Paid J W Thompson ctf 590 for road material 2 00 Paid Junius Hancock ctf 666 for commission for handling road funds 84 74 Paid N M Hancock ctf 687 for lumber 4 45 Paid J B Cave ctf 693 for plow broken on road 5 60 Paid W L Walker ctf 586 for road material 11 25 Paid H P Myers ctf 597 for road material 1 50 Said Sheriff then presented to me a list of orders signed by the road supervisor and approved by the County Judge directing certain claims to be paid and he having paid same filed said orders with receipts of the parties herein as vouchers and I therefore give him credit by same as follows towit Paid H G Chilson for hauling rock and gravel 10 40 Paid J S Breeding for hauling rock and gravel 10 00 Paid H G Chilson for hauling gravel and work on culberts 375 Paid J F Turner for team and work on road 1 00 Paid B L Conover for blasting- c on road 900 Paid W S Pickett for grading road and hauling 150 loads gravel 50 00 Paid H G Chilson for hauling gravel and etc on road 8 00 PaidW T McFarland for blast ing on road 9 00 Paid same for same 17 50 Paid H G Chilson for work on culbert 65 Paid same for hauling gravel 2 00 Paid Plaining Mill Co for bridge lumber 9 71 Paid Betsey Ann Humphres for land for road 5 00 Paid A W Tarter for hauling rock c 2225 Paid L G Montgomery for work on Milltown road 38 50 Paid WR Myers for bridge lum ber 2 50 Paid Zach Franklin for work and hauling on road 2 50 Paid Ben L Conover for haul ing and work on road 5 00 Paid William Burriss for bridge sills on road v 6 00 Paid W R Littrell for summon ing and working men on road 3 00 Paid G P Smythe for 25 per cent commission on 1530 road fines 3 82 Paid W R Littrell for blasting c on road 11 30 PaidB F Tupman for services- as commissioner in opening road on Neatsville and Barnetts creek road 4 50 Paid J R Jones for damages for land in same road 250 I then gave said Sheriff credit by 20 cents on each 100 of 30795 that was erroneously listed by the assessor and was released by orders of the Adair County Court I then deducted from total debits of 4995 62 the 16 00 received of Jo N Conover supervisor of Roads also the 1530 collected in fines and also 61 69 the releases on advalo rum above mentioned making 9289 deducted from total debits aforesaid which leaves 490273 on which said Sheriff is entitled to commission as follows By 4 per cent commission on 490273 196 10 Paid Russell Co ctf 752 for road material 3 33 Paid Ide Holmes ctf 705 for road materia 3 21 Paid Lee Grant ctf 753 for lum berI 13 62 1139 72 RECAPITULATION Total Debits N 4995 62 Total Credits 1139 12 Balance due County 3855 90 I therefore find that said W B Patteson Sheriff is indebted to said County out of said road fund the sum 385590 as shown by above statement and settlement all of which is respect fully submitted Yhii 3rd day of April y f 1907 T A MURRELL Commissioner of the Adair Fiscal Court Received of of W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair County thirty eifht hun hred and fiftyfive dollars and 90 cents by check in full of the above settlement April 6th 1907 I JUNIUS HANCOCK Receiver Adair County Road fund SecAdaIrI T R Stults Clerk Adair County Court certify that the foregoing set tlement of W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair County of road fund 1906 was at April term filed and ordered recorded which is now done accordingly Witness my hand this June 5th 1907 I T R STULTS Clerk By ME STULTS DC StAdairI T R Stults Clerk Adair County Court certify that the foregoing isa true and correct copy of Sheriff settle ment as found of record in my office Given under my hand this July 24th 1907 Attest- T R STULTS clerk By M E STULTS D C A Happy ManIis Amos F King of Port Byron N Y 85 years of age since a sore on his leg which had troubled him the greater part of his life has been en tirelyhealed by Bucklens Arnica Salve the worlds greatest healer of Sores J Cuts Wounds and Piles Guaranteed by T E Paull Druggist Price 25c ROWES X ROADS We have had a good rain and farmers are glad Wheat has turned out better than was expected Grass is better than usual Miss Tinnie Haynes of St Louis Mo is visiting her mother and other relatives here John Simpson and Miss Tina B Gaskin were married here the 19th Rev Thos Hadly officiated Mrs Polly Ann FJoyd is no better and cannot live but a short time unless there is a change in her condition Mrs Isaac Wells of Esto died July 16 1907 aged 69 years Eld F J Barger preach sd the funeral discourse The interment was in the family grave yard The deceased had been a faithful member of the Christian Church for 27 years To the bereaved we say look to Jesus He will help you in time of need The Charming Woman is not necessarily one of perfect form and features Many a plain woman who could never serve as an artists model possesses those rare qualitiesf 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 womat is never attractive not even to herself Electric Bitters re j store weak women give strong nerves bright eyes smooth veltety skin beautiful complexion Guaranteed at T E Paull Druggist 50c DIRIGO J C Royse made a business trip to Cumberland county last Saturday Albert Brummett Sparksville weekvasMrs J W Campbell is in a- very critical condition with fever at this writingT- housands of pnaple are dail suffer ing with kidney and bladder troubles dangerous ailments that should be checked promptly DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are the best remedy for backache weak Kidneys inflammation of the bladder Their action is prompt and sure A weeks treatment for 25c Sold fcy Page Dohoney r FOR SALE One heavy work mule one top buggy eW1y ed W 4iiW lM v Jt ff r T J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JULY 31 1907 Ihe dair Q1 1tuts IeWJ Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County News Company INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the intere of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as secon lass mail matter WED JULY 31 1907 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator J C W BECkHAM For Governar SAMUEL W HAGER For LieutenantGovernor SOUTH TRIMBLE For Secretary of State HUBERT VREELAND For Attorney GeneralIJOHN K For Auditor HENRY M BOSWORTH For Treasurer RUBY LAFFOON For Commissioner Agriculture J W NEWMAN For Supt of Public Instrnction M 0 WINFREY Appealsj CARTHAGE MO July 26 1907 Editor News Thinking that some of your readers would like to hear from the MissouriKansas mining district of Southwest Missonri I will describe a trip I made through Central Kentucky and West e Tennessee and up through the White River country of Ar kansasI Columbia on June the 20th 1907 and went to Louis ville From there I traveled over the Louisville Nashville to Memphis and saw some of the best farming country in Ken tvcky and Tennessee I made a stop at Bowling Green of 30 min utes and found this a fine town and good business center The next large town on my route was Russellville in Logan county the dark tobacco district of Ken tucky It is a town of about 3000 inhabitants and is in a goodII farming country I pas through Clarksville Paris Kinzie Milan Danville Hum bolt and Erin all thriving towns in Tennessee I reached Mem phis on the morning of the 21stII and remained there all day I went out to Court Square on Main street This is a fine place There is a large fountain in thec center of the square and a pool that has Japanese gold fish in it There are about two hundred squirrels that live in boxes in the grove of maple trees They are gray black andred This isj where the sky scrapers are I saw three that are fifteen stories high and others that are seven and ten stories I saw several thousand bales of cotton in the warehouses The next place I visited was the river front and I saw some sf the biggest boats that run on the Mississippi I visited the postoffice and many other important places in the city On leaving Memphis I passed through the lowest part of Kansas which is a swampy country and not fit for farming I passed through Parkin Mc Greary and Wynne and took x f I tl1 t l tJfI44 tli breakfast at Bald Knob This is a town of about 800 people and is 25 miles from Heber Springs in Cleburne county These springs are six in number and are known as the Arsenic Springs They are attracting more atten tion each year I reached Newport en the 22nd which is a town of about 5000 inhabitants and is situated on the White river- It is in the cotton belt and is a great town for pearl hunting TheHtown was crowded with peo- lepd from the country and the saloonmen which number fifteen were busy all day selling booze and Iron Brew This is the place where the people carry a bottl of whisky and a bottle of chill medicine to keep from having chills iTI visited the Burgon Lake at Newport This Lake is two miles long and one mile wide I left Newport on Sunday morn ing the 23rd and traveled upI White river Batesville was the next large town There is a Bayou that empties into the river here that is about 5 miles long The government has put in lockssand dams at Batesville It is a great town for walnut logs and I saw a great many rafts on the river Batesville has a population of 3500 On leaving Batesville some fine country noted for its beautiful scenery is passed through With the White river on one side and the high mountains on the other it is lovely This is a new road only being in operation since January 1907 AtPenters Bluff I saw a spring that flowed out of a mountain and poured down the side for about three hundred feet Our party got some kodak pictures The next place we reached of imporuance takingIon a This is a division town having a round house and machine shops At Cotter the railroad leaves the river and goes through a long tunnel two and a half miles long and out into a beautiful valley This valley has some fine apple and peach orchards I saw some orchards in this val ley that have several hundred acres in them Fruit from this country is shipped to St Louis and brings a good price in early Spring I saw some lead and zinc mines in this valley also They are in Marion and Boone counties In the Northern part of Boone county are many lead depostes that have not been worked until this new road was built but are being workednow Our journey next led us to Branson situated on the White river and a great place for fishj ng and hunting The sports from StLouis and the Northern cities come here to fish and hunt We left the White here and went through some fine farming country We passed through Aurora a mining town on the Frisco system It has some good lead mines and a population of 7000 We now come to Carthage a beautiful city of 15000 This is the county seat of Jasper and is connected with Carterville Webb City Joplin Mo and Galena Kansas by interurban railway line It has a fine place having three railroads and many indus tries It has the lowest death rate of any city in the United States It also has the finest Court House in the Stateis built of white limestone The stone quarry is near town Hoping this will find space in your paper I will close with best wishes to my old Kentucky friends CLAUD MONTGOMERY i 1 t J rf xr i 11 tiJreS s 1i u NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS I have made and fixed appointments in each magisterial district of Adair county as requested by law for the purpose of receiving taxes for the year supposedIup ging people to pay me These taxes are due the county and State and all that I get out of it is a small commis sion for collecting out of which I have to live and pay the expenses of the of fice and I do not purpose to spend it traveling over this county If you owe it come and pay up and save the cost of a forcible collection This is intend ed for every tax payer in Adair county who has not already settled CeJuly 30 1907 NORTHWEST TEXAS 100000 acres of rich Texas land con venient to railroads produces finest al falfa cotton corn also a good stock country The climate is ideal and the altitude about 2500 feet All kinds of fruits do well Price from 10 and up per acre J cash and balance to suit purchaser Any one desiring to inves tigate this proposition write W L WILLIAMS Mobelie Tex or call at the News office 21tf When there is the slightest indication of indigestion heart burn flatulence or any form of stomach trouble take aI little Kodol occasionally and you will afforded prompt relief Kodol is a compound of vegetable acids and con tains the juices found in a healthy stomach Kodol digests what you east makes your food do you good Sold by Page Dohoney Columbia Ky A Memorable DavIOne of the days we remember with pleasure as well as with profit to ou health is the one on which became acquainted with Qr Kings New Life Pills the pair less purifiers that cure headache and biliousness and keep theI bowels right 25c at T E Drug store The Lebanon District Camp Taylorbcounty on the Campbellsville and Mannsville pike beginning August 16th and will continue ten days Miss Bertie Crow of Japlin Mo will be one of the preachers Every body invited The Sheriffs settlement pub lished in the News today shows that Mr W B Patteson is a care ful and diligent officer The publishing of the Settlement and also the premium list of the Fair makesthe paper short of other character of reading matter this week Have your picture enlarged and placed in a beautiful frame I do the work and guarantee satisfaction I can make any size or any kind of frame desired Can furnish you any kindof frame needed W S Anderson next door to Becks Grocery Store Columbia Ky 382t Paint Economy not the price per gallon but the spreading capacitytheres the Economy GREEN SEAL saves you money ncl only in first cost by reason of its remarkable spreading capacity but in the long run on account oUts great durability GREENSEALPAINT is cheaper to the consumer at 160 per gallon than common paints at any price Here it is in black andwhite For priming use at least gallon linseed oil 60 to i gallon Green Seal Sr6o Por first coat use at leastn i gallon linseed oil 60 to 2 gallons Green Seal 320 For second coat te at least i gallon linseed oil 60 to gallons GreeriSeal 640 Average price per gallon for three coat work Averageper Average r per gal Average per gal 3 gallons io 371 rx6 For work that does not need priming use the two latter proportions averaging 183 J per gallon Many beautiful and permanent shades for sale at the store of W F Jeffries Sons COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 1 n j 3 x k l Myers Roller MiU1 flour is the staff of Lifer Therefore have it Pure I w E dont use any thing but the very best of wheat from which to make our Flour We have the very latest improved machinery for cleaning wheat and the Best Machinery on the market to make the Flour All this together with thirtyfive years experience in the Mill business you can rest assured that when you get Flour made at the COLUMBIA ROLLER MILL you get the very Best and Purest that can be made I will alway pay the Cash Price for Wheat and Corn rUighest more Flour in exchange for Wheat than you can ofbFlour and Meal on hand at all times So bring your grain to the Columbia Mill and get the Best YOURS FOR BUSINESS W R1 Myers l N e N N o i A Car Load of Buggies t r SURRIES AND OTHER LIGHT VEHICLES tHAVE JUST ARRIVED e We can please anybody in style and s pricel it The latest designs Rubber Tires kind you may want Every Vehicle Guaranteed Also an extra line of It BUGGYAND SURREY HARNESS iIfyou want a Vehicle of any kind give i us a call Come while the Stock is full f and get Choice e Jeffries Hardware Store Kentuckya10 0 NN NN oeN N + s e + J E SNOW J C POPPLEWELL I j Snow Popplewell 1 Dealers in General Merchandise Dry Goods Groceries Hardware j Buggies Wagons Harness Ferti lizer and Uundertaker Goods I Russell Springs KentuckySe 44 O lEEE CC CCClIe CCc tc1eCiC 1Iev = II =a111I =I= 3 OFill g1 ItI ill ODD PANTS AT CUT PRICES ti ii200 PANT FOR 150w ur 150 PANT FOR 10O W 125 PANT FOR 75C 0 t 4 PANT FOR 3 COME AND GET MY PRICES ON ODD PANTS SHIRTS Ii AND ANY THING IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE I W L Simmons = II EE E EE- c EEEEEEEEEEEEEEFEEO j tti m HUMBLE 5lf1i r KTnt ttttttJfttJtttttt5ttr iI U i 1 Ni THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS COLUMBIA KY JULY 311907 5 Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky Have just received several car loads of Disc Harrows Dagger Tooth Harrows Mowing and Reaping Machines Riding and Walking Cultivators Tongue and Tongueless Cultivators Land Rulers and Clod Crushers Lime and Salt Quality THE BEST The Prices the Lowest You will save money to call and see me If you cannot come writeWoodson Lewis Groensburg r IIT nM Sec IW TICpneJMiiiEreSuppi ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 1VllliliWRIG1TS I mACaIf11STS DEALERS IN ENGINES MILLSGRIST 1301 THIRTEENTHMAIN LOUISUTLTF IAU of Machinery Repaireda COLUMBI PLANING MILL COMPANY ALL RINDS OF Building Material Rough Dressed Lumber FURNITURE Made to Order and on Hands at all Times A Full Line of Windows and Doors COLUMBIA KENTUCKY iijjTjn Mr T B Curry Amandaville was here Saturday Eld W K Azbill has returned from Cleveland Ohio Mr W R Hoskins Campbells ville was here Sunday Mr Tilden Waggener Burkes ville was here Thursday Mr T C Davidson is spending a few days at Sulphur Well Mr Jo Russell and wife left for Louisville last Thursday morn ingMr B H Gilpin traveling salesman was here a few days ago Mr Ed Cox and wife of Campbellsville were here last week 7 Miss Bertie Dohoney returned from a visit tptGreen county last ThursdayMr W ICasky Junction City a lumber dealer was here last Friday i j Ir B F Taylor nQ Mr r SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK SOLICITED Kinds and James Taylor of Metcalfe county were here Monday Miss Myrtie Murray of Elk- horn Ky is the guest of Mrs Pr Grissom this week Mr J H Squires and family visited Mr and Mrs J A Par sons last Saturday and Sunday Messrs E B Flowers of Texas and John A Parish Baker ton were here the first of the weekMrs Myrt Hobson and her son Mr Ray Hobson Campbells ville visited the family of Mr J B Barbee last Saturday and SundayMr S F White and wife Miss Joe Baldwin and Miss Martha Kemp visited Gradyville Sunday r 1 Mrs C M Russell and Miss Regina Russell V returned from Bowling Green last Sunday morning Mr J T Barbee Jr and wife who spent six weeks in Louisville returned Jiome ar few days ago Mr W ET Willis been in Louisville for therAast Y1IY1 J t7 The 7 iLindsayWilsonTrainingschoolA FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 3rd monthII i85QOIN ADVANCE 8500 = = = PAYS = = = IIBoard Tuition and Incidentals for one year FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS Ii Neilson MOSS Columbia Ky two months returned home last Friday night Mr W M Vance who has been in Washington county for several weeks returned to C- o1lumbia Misses Mattie and Julieft Gil mer of Missouri will arrive here this Tuesday afternoon to spend some time with the family of Dr S P Miller and other re latives and friends A P Lyon of Hopkins IRev member of the Methodist CoI i Mrs W M Jackson of Camp t bellsville and Mrs James Gar nett spent a week very pleasant flY together Mrs Jackson leav ing for her home a few days ago Mr R G Coffey son of Mr Jo Coffey who has been making his home in Texas for seven or eight years returned to Columbia one day last week his friends being very glad to see him Bobs health has been poor for several months but it is believed that the change of climate will be beneficial and that he will gain his former vitality TO TOBACCO SHIPPERS We 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 We conduct a STRICTLY INDEPENDENT Tobacco Warehouse Commission Busi ness and respectfully solicity our patron age C A BRIDGES Co Props PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Louisville Ky SourStomach INoappetite loss of strength nervous 11 ness constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh indigestionKodol j ery represents the natural juices of dlges tion asthoy exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol for dyspepsia does not only relieve Indigestion And dyspepsia but this famous remedy helps all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Ball of Ravenswood W Va says I was troubled with sour stomach for twenty years Kodol cured me and we are now using it in milk for baby FOR BACX iTJtYJtoWITTS KIDNEY and BLADDER FILLSSwt aidSals Prepared by E Q DWITT A CO Ohfcaf Dr J N Page Agent Columbia Ky 11 r r a LOTS FORSALENOW IS THE TIME TO BUY IF YOY WANT A CAEAP LOT WELL LOCATED IN THE TOWN OF COLUMBIA Desirable Building Lots J get higher every year Buy at Once and Get Choice BUILD WHEN YOU GET HEADY i I do not know of a more desirabletplace to liveBISROP CARTER See the plat and price of lots at Judge J J Simpsons I ChaseR Payne I I A GENERAL I Vehicle Repair Shop Machinesof Put in Good Order I have just completed a commodious bug gy and Machine shop on Water street Colum bia ICy and am prepared to paint or do any other kind of work necessary to make an old Vehicle as good as new I am also well fixed for putting Mowing Machines Binders etc in firstclass order I guarantee my work and solicit your pat ronage You will not have to look me up At all times I will be found at my place of busi ness Charges reasonable BRUD EUBANK J i l 1t Z1aiW SALEiI I will sell either or all the stock below mentioned V A two year old stallion KING PEACOCK 15 hands high two rwhIte feet and a model in style He was sired by Jordan Pea oati asefi15handsas isYourJJEFOSTERrr erisburg Ky t lj JiIi j J jj r I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JULY 31 1907 Celina Fair Four Bid Daysx Aug 7 89 10 19071 r 1 IF YOU HAVE LOST YOUR FRIEND r YOU WILL FIND HIM AT TIDE CELINA FAIR r J fjI d I f Ladies and all Old Soldiers Admitted Free First Day any Kind of a Soldier if he did not run Free Dinner Hotel Fare 100 per day Write i for Catalogue k v H S Williamson Presidiot vf r JFStag Secretary PELLHAM Blackberries are very scarce in this locality James Suddarth who was hurt by a horse has about recovered People in this neighborhood are through laying by corn Some corn looks well and some looks sorry Last Monday week was Mrs James Dohoneys birthday An elegant dinner was spread and a number of friends gathered inISam Smith was painfully l last week by a slat striking him eyeIMr Perry Cundiff and sister IMrs Dick Hutchinson visited agorThe sympathy of the people of this locality is with Mr and Mrs Walter Sullivan who lost a their little daughter Cecil three old last Saturday Do you really enjoy what you eat Does your food taste good Do you feel hungry and want more Or do you have a heavy dull feeling after meals sour stomach belching gas on the stomach bad breath indigestion and dyspepsia If so you should take a little Kodol after each meal Kodol will nourish andstrengthen your digestive organs and furnish the natural digestive juices for your stomach It will make you well It will make your food do you good Turn your food into goodrich blood Kodol digests what you eat Sold by Page Dohoney Nearly all oldfashioned Cough Syrups are constipating especially those that contain opiates They dont act just right Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup contains no opiates It drives the cold out of the system by gently moving the bowels Contains Honey IpIeylOpff PREMIUM LIST Of The Columbia Fair August 20 21 2223 1907 TUESDAY AUGUST THE 20th 1907 CLASS A 1DIsplay of Apples t 100 2 Display of Pears 100 r3Display of Peaches00Watermelons 100- 5Best display of Grapes variety and quality considered 1 00 6Best display of Cantelopes 1 00 7 00rBest8Best if bushel of red Wheat V 1 1 00 9Bestt i bushel of oats 1 00 10Best one dozen ears white Corn 1 00 I1Best one dozen ears yellow Corn V 1 00 12Best peck of Onions 1 00 13 Best peck sweet Potatoes ry 1 00 14Best peck Irish Potatoes r 1 00 15Best three head of Cabbage vi 1 00 16Best one dozen of Tomatoes Kv vv 1 00 17 Best display of Vegtables V 300 CLASS R fi 18Special by R K Young Brother dealers in live stock Columbia Ky Best Buck any age 5 00 19 Best ewe any age y 5 00 20 Best herd of sheep y vf 7 50 CLASS C 50f22SpecialBest Boar under one year old barrel flour worth 6 00 23 Best sow one year old and over 5 00 24 Best sow under one year old t 5 00 25 Best sow any age 4 7 50 26 Best Boar any age f V7 50 27Best sow and three suckling pigs 7 50 CLASS D v VI28Special by J S StappPropof the Columbia Livery Stables for general sweepstake for harness purposes i Best stallion mar or geldini any agespeed style J i l 1durahility action and pleasant handling considered 60 first 25 to second 15 to third five or more to enter 10 per cent entrance charged 35 00 29Special by TE Paull Druggist druggists sundries and silver ware Best lady rider under 20 years of age to first a gold bracelet worth 1000 to second gold cross worth 500 15 00 GENERAL SWEEPSTAKES FOR SADDLE PURPOSES 30Special by Joe Willock Manufacture of Coca Cola Campbellsville Ky Best saddle stallion snare or gelding 1000 to first and 500 to second 15 00 31Special by Young Coffey dealers in high class horses and mules and owners of Highland Peacock Best phaeton pony under 15 hands to be driven by gentleman accompanied by a lady style and pleasant handling considered to first 750 to second 250 10 00 32Special by Woodson Lewis General Merchant Greens burg Ky Best pair harness mares or geldings or mare or geld ing to first 1000 to second 500 15 00 33Special by T E Paull Druggis Columbia Ky Best fat man rider to weigh 200 pounds or over a beautiful silver cup 34Best saddle mare or gelding any age 10 00 35Mule race J mile heats 2 in 3 500 to first 200 to second and 100 to third 800 36Plug horse race 2 best in three J mile heats 500 to first 200 to second and 100 to third 8 00 p WEDNESDAY AUGUST THE 21st 1907 CLASS E 37Best Jersey cow three years old and under four 5 00 38Best Jersey cow twp years old and under three 5 00 39Best Jersey cow one year old and under two 5 00 40Best Jersey cow under one year old 500 41Best Jersey cow any age silver butter bowl and cream pitch worth 10 00 BEEF CATTLE 42Special by W L Walker dealer in General Merchan dise Columbia Ky Best bull three years old and over 10 00 43Best bull two years old and under three 10 flfc 44Best bull one year old and under two 8 00 45 Best bull under one year old v 5 oo 46 Special by W F Jeffries Sons Hardware Merchants Columbia Ky Best cow three years old and over 19 00 47 Best cow two years old and under three i IQ QQ J t r III THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA KY JULY 31 1907 Best cow one year old and under two 8 00 Best cow linger one year old 00 00 5 00 OBest herd of cattle any kind bull and three females to be owned by one man or firm 1500 to first 1000 to and 500 to third 00 V 30 00 CLASS F HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES 51Special by W D King Traveling salesman for the Louisville Dry Goods Company Best stallion any age 1000 to first and 500 to sec and 15 00 52Special by W 0 Gaines Liveryman Campbellsville Ky Best mare or gelding three years old and under four 10 00 53Best mare or gelding one year old and under two 5 00 54Best stallion four years old and over 10 00 55Best stallion three years old and under four 10 00 56Best stallion two years old and under three 8 00 57 Best stallion one year old and under two 8 00 58Best stallion under one year old 8 00 59Special by C F Mantz Prop Campbellsville Roller Mills Campbellsville ICyiBest mare three years old and under four 10 00 60Best mare or gelding one year old and under two 8 00 1Best mare under one year old 8 00 62Special by J T Gowdy Liveryman Campbellsville KyBest broodmare and colt under halter 10 00 63 Special by G B Smith Sons Props of Russell Creek Roller Mill Columbia Ky Best stallion and three of his colts foals of 1907 10 00 CLASS G 64Special by Lyon Buggy Company Campbellsville Ky Most beautiful double team 1000 to first and 500 to second 15 00 65Special by A S Chewning dealer in fancy horses and owner of Fayette Artist Best New York saddle mare or gelding walk trot and canter 10 00 66 Special by Tim Cravens Court Reporter 29th Judicial District Columbia Ky Mule race 2 best in three J mile heats 500 to first 200 to second and 100 to third 8 00 67 Thoroughbred race mile heats 2 in 3 60 per cent to to first 25 to second and 15 to third no entrance fees 50 00 A 7x THURSDAY AUGUST TILE 22nd 1907 Xv CLASS H 68Best horse mule three years old and over 8 00 69 Best horse mule two years old and under three 7 00 70Special by Lindsay Rice Props of Elkhorn Roller Mill Elkhorn Ky Best horse mule one year old and under two 6 00 71Best horse mule under one year old 5 00 72Best mare mule three years old and over 8 00 73Best mare mile two years old and under three 7 00 74Best mare mule one year old and under two 6 00 75 Best mare mule under one year old 5 00 76Special by J S Stapp owner and publisher of the Co lumbia Spectator Best pair of mules owned by one man or firm first 10 second 5 15 00 CLASS 1 77 Special by W G Johnson Miami Green county Ky Best unmarried lady driver between the age of 18 and 24 years lady to be accompanied by gentleman in sin gle rig to first a gold bracelet to second a fine whip 78Special by Standard Hardwood Lumber Co Colum bia ICyIMost beautiful stallion mare or gelding any age to be shown with bridle or halter 10 to fit 5 to sec ond 15 00 79 gpecial by Columbia Singletree Company Best double team regardless of ownership or sex 10 to first and 5 to second 15 00 80SPecialbyb physician and sur geon Columbia Ky Yrmare or gelding size style and pleas ant handling to be considered 7 to first 3 to second 10 00 CLASS J HORSES FOR SADDLE PURPOSES 81Special by A W Tarter Jailer of Adair connty v Best stallion four years old and over 10 00 32 Special by T A Murrell Agent for Fire and Life In surance Best stallion three years old and under four 10 00 i 83Special by G W Thomas traveling salesman for ArInold Henegar Doyle Co wholesale boots and shoes Knoxville Tenn I Best stallion two years old and under three 7 50 84Special by T J Marcum representing Harbersori Gathright wholesale saddle and harness house Louis 4yule Ky Best saddle mare or gelding three years old and under four 7 to first and 3 to second 10 00 Ks5 Special by M Cravens druggist dealer in soft drinks Columbia Ky Best saddle mare or gelding two ear sVolck and under J ri t r Will give you comfort on a sweltering day When hot and weary it im t parts vigor and energy 5c at soda fountains and in bottles 5c t iRJTU4t t o three 7 50 86 Special by Columbia Planing Mill Co Best s addle stallion mare or gelding any age 10 to first 5 to second eo 15 00 87 Special by W R Myers Prop Columbia Roller Mills and E lectric Light Plant Columbia Ky Fines t turnout everything considered 10 to first 5 to second 15 00 88 Special by W L Grady Prop Gradyville stock farm and wner of Jordan Peacock and Kentucky King Best uckling colt by Jordan Peacock or Kentucky King season of 1908 and 1000 in gold second season of 108 worth 1500 and 5 in gold third season worth 150 Fourth 1000 in gold 89Mule race fastest mule J mile heats 2 nest in 3 5 to first 2 to second and 1 to third 8 00 90Thorbughcredrace k mile heats 2 in 3 60 per cent to first 25 per cent to second 15 per cent to third and no entrance fees 50 00 FRIDAY AUGUST THE 23rd 1907 ft CLASS K iHORBES FOR GENERAL UTILITY 91 Best colt under one year old 8 0- 092Best stallion mare or gelding one year old and under two 8 00 935peCial by W R Myers Prop of Columbia Roller Mills Best stallion 2 years Qld and under 3 8 00 94 Best stallion threjfears old and under four 10 00 95Speci 5 Cowf1rvYY Company Wholesale groceries Best station foj ir yearS old and over 10 00 96 Special Stan lrd Hardwood Lumber Company Co lumbia Kyt I Best mare or geaing two years old and under three 8 00 r 97Special by Goff fi Chapman wners of Royal Peacock Best mare or gj ding years old and under four 10 00 98Best mare or gelding four years old and over 10 0- 0i99The most beautiful cjolt under one year old to be shown unjder halter 10 00 v JJ1GENERAL SWEEPSTAKES FOR SADDLE PURPOSES 100 t stallion mar or gelding any age five to enter 6pJper cent to firstj 25 to second and 15 to third 40 00 GENERAL SWEEPSTAKES FOR GENERAL UTILITY t 1o14t mare or geMinr any age to be ridden or driven 10 00 102 Eest stallion an r to be ridden or driven 10 00 103 Best lady ride ago T age who has not won a premium sl r riding at thi fair silver tray valued at 10 00 104 tastest mule i nile heats 2 in 3 5 to 1st 2 to 2nd 00f105 = Thoroughbrei mace i mile heats 2 in 3 60 per cent to ist 25 per cent to 2nd 15 per cent to 3rd No en trance fee 50 00 E t i tE r NbTICB 1 I ARDIN II n4 STAVE INCORPQRATED COMPANYIIiQtoOO Capital St III MANUFACTURE OF HULL DRESSED BEER STAVES liNEARI l1tWill buy your timber at a good fair price I and can use timber that will not other staves Will also sell you the bestjI ffl1 JELICO COAL at 22 cents per livcrecIlrtnColumbia Call on or addressIit L P I Vtr kTk C M WISEMAN SON Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians U Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall IIIS D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin 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 FROM COLUMBIA ON DISAP POINTMENT I Coffins AND Caskets If I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop isE Snow Russell Springs W Everett Lester DENTISTS Liberty Kentucky The New Bobbip Hotel NEAR DEP- OTLEBANON KYI 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 1 J D BOBBITT SON Prop t L I 8 THE FAIR COUNTY NE VS COLUMBIA KY JULY 31 1907 l WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS Weeks Happenings News Important or Otherwise as Report ed By Our Corps of Correspondents GRADYVILLE J R Yates was here last week C S Bell and wife spent sev eral days at Edmonton last week Mrs L C Bell of Nell spent- a few days visiting her daughter Mrs S A Taylor last week The weather continues hot and dry and looks very much like our corn crops will be a failure Mrs Robert 0 Keltner was on the sick list several days of last weekJ Diddle and son Charlie spent a few days at Sulphur well last week C 0 Moss wife and Miss Mollie Flowers spent last Sun day with Mr L Shuffit and fam ily in the community of Cool SpringMessrs Thos Stults and T C Davidson of Columbia were shaking hands with their friends here last week The Sunday School at Union reminds us of bygone days when everybody took an interest in this good work Misses Bettie and Kate Smith atiSulphurMessrs J Z Alexander Strong Hill and Ed Atkins were with our merchants last week Uncle Geo Flowers spent a few days of last week visiting relatives in Columbia Mr and Mrs Polk Mitchell of Edmonton visited the family of W W Yates Saturday night and Sunday J T Hamilton and son of Nell were transacting business in our town last Monday Mr W G Pickett of Pickett was hers one day last week and made arrangements to open up a produce house in our city at once Success to the new enter priseIDr Uriah Taylor and Mr E H Hughes of Columbia was in qur community one day last week When you get Col Hughes and Dr Uriah out together that set tIes the matter in our mind who the candidate will be for rePre- sentativea TJnele Charlie Yates one of our best farmers is making some nice improvments on his place by putting up wire fencing Mr Geo W Whitlock the prosperous merchant of Fry Green countv was made a Mas ter Mason in Gradyville Lodge No 251 F A M last Saturday afternoon Messrs J F Pendleton Cris Stephens and G W Spillman Long Live The King 3p the popular cry throughout European ountries 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 of this country New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all ther remedies have failed and for coughs and colds its the proven remedy Guaranteed by T E Paull Druggist Jjgpcand 1 Trial bottle free t t iti three of our best farmers had 1000 bushels of wheat and sever al bushels of oats and orchard grass seed threshed last week Joel and Lewis Moore IMessrs best citizens in the of Weed will start next Monday for McGregor Texas on a- While n extendedvisit in conversation with Mr Jesse Breeding one of the best farmers on Leatherwood creek a few days ago stated to your re porter that the recent flood of water that did so much damage to this place was worse on his creek Land that he valued at 100 per acre perfectly worth less in fact everything that was anyway close to the creek was swept off The only thing that saved our dwelling houses was simply because they were not built as close to the creekas they were in your town Messrs E T Keltner George McNaham and Mr Clark of East Fork attended the Masonic Lodge at this place last Saturday afternoonMr Posey and wife of Fry visited the family of Mr Blaky Dulin last Thursday night Mr Charls Herriford the prosperous stock dealer of Bliss who had a severe attack of fever a few days ago we are glad to note has about recovered and is again able to be out but not very strong Charlie we trust when you gain more strength you will know then better the value of a hundred pounds of hay andwe will meet you again and try to complete our deal The last Quarterly meeting for this conference year will con vene here begining Sunday night August 4th continue over the 5th Everybody invited Mr Jo Hunter is treating his dwelling with a new roof this weekL M Wilmore certainly has a fine peacock colt I would not be surpised if it is not on exhibi tion at the Columbia Fair Jt CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE COBURG With croj 3s of all kinds well cultivated and fine growing weather in abundance it looks like prospe ous times ahead for the farmer Mr J T Sublett who owns the Brack J Vfassie farm oft Caney Fork has t he largest cro of hay of any ma in this sectio with T S Scot a close sec ndall saved in fir le condition The Cob rg base ball te m had been playiwg a favorite 4th the writer until Saturday th 20th most fruinous defeat at the hands of th h Cane Valley boysIJohn Allen Martin and Justus Hancock after a sojourn c three months in Illinois returned home last week Mrs Frank Buchanan of Louisville formerly Miss Ia Bell Rice of Romine visited hr par ents and other relatives he e last week She was accompan ied by her husband but he was leaned ljOyerSBelknap ersIhay Tom Diznie will also un a bailer The celebrated Griffin Springs Frulknerattended during the hot weajther A large number of visitors pleas ure and health seekers are ijn attendance besides the constant flow of comers and goers of the community All agree that Mr Faulkner is the right man in the right place George Al Sullivan of McKiri ney TexasTflerly of T tyIoi co rttyyS bisit 1 is ives an prospecting tl a view of en ering the mer jantile business at Ooburg uesday was h timmer dayfor Coburg Amongthe many vi it ing1 our merchants we noted fed Adkins of Clu bra and James Go f tof Cu ber1and county A cleansing lean cooling soothing healing househ ld remedy is DeWitts FiorbrnsPates and sore feetIt is unequa elL bood for Piles eware of imitatio s wGai Dr James Menu OSTEOPATHY J y 11 fficeA- TRESIDENCE 11 IIColumbia Kentucky 1 r DILLER BE NETTIIJOiMANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS INS FURNITURE CHAIRS 1- AND MATTRESSESx i LOUISVlile27 WEST MAIN STREET R- yBE1 FIFTH SIXTHX31NETSHO Opened up by experienced Machinist Repairs Promptly and Coifrectly Made on Engines Boilers and all Machinery SMp well equipped AC BURREY CAMPBELLSVILLE KYi ri i 11 i Ef COsL H- BLINDS f EXCLUSIVE Sash and Door HouseI- S WHAT WE AR- ESiBY CONFINING OUR ATTENTION TO SASH 1 DOORS we are enabled to carry a Larger Stock and a bet= ter selection than any other House 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