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J Tc7n 4 9 THE ABAIE COUNTY NEWSJ VOLUME 3 COLUMBIA AMI COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1900 DUMBER 13 I POioFlCE DIRECTORY J M K3BMJ11 Postmaster t Offlse our weuW d+ yOCamto9SOpm tJOUifi 1 tltECTORYro- vTCODUTThisadsioas tf yearTalrd Mouv injaaary third Men lylnM y and xhi a wudy ti September judge r ooh uthxaurayNILWAaron- t t Covu bhcriJi tJ W HarLIi ClerkJuo H Cofff y- Cocavr CccrTFiwt Monday in each month JudgeJ W Butler ColtS Attormsy Jia G + rnett Jr Clerk TK ultJ- ailerS II iKitohobi A arsnrG Hradslm- vSurveyorRPhdtrreer 6chooi duptW U Jones ConDtrLooiuicaPatch =r tiT CownTUcenlarcourt second Monday In acr n nt- hJdeJ W At valeGordon lilnIJtOmcryt OU17RCU DIRECTORY FKESiYTERfAN T F WaltonSTBKBTRCVBen=5YiiLi puswr Services coond md fourth Sunday ncichmon to Suaayschoulat9a m cveI5 bjath Prayer meeting very Wednesday night ETHOOIS- TDjnisviLtE SrtHK Rev J L KiEore pass6r Berviees act Sun1u in each month Bniidayecbo i every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer motdtgTnursd + rtht BAPTIST- GpsesfiBunSTKBHr E W BurLCtt 4jlur act ice tfct 4 Siidry In each month r1Jnalyceh every BalAntli at 9 a m Prayer jsertlns Tuueda iwrJit CHJftSTSAX- Cj PBBiLaviiL PICK Rv Z T Williams IIOOnd Suuday In eachPas or SffTcc moucb 8u 1InO every Sabbath ai9 am Prater m ettag WvJjesOaj sight LO DUES oSICjt Co sirs Leos ee P asd A MPerui- sr inW a trir ball rer bunk on Fr- boi ton r btrft tk tail mGQ = to eac- hmurl O A KEMP WS- TRSrLT4 pc so JCj ConoversJOiiS fi CONsVER Proprietor woiiifiibia Kentucky HH1iI1 is rlc of tile best in thisI 1sctatln or thj Stet It is a large evr tlIct etHuiinintr twentyeight o m sit lqliitily fwrnibhed Good nnp fajiK d lilt treble IS sup tici trii the L 0 provisions the coun try iji trr Jvi i s v ry reasonable n- a 5 I coo ox Rote BURXSVILLE STREET CoJjubia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop btu Th above Hotel has been re tted repainted and is now ready for the mifortablf accommodation of guest iable supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable aotid sample room Feed stable abed RESTAURANT TA3fJJfc Krll Iroprletor LEE w wtroJf KY This stand is located nar the del pot and nxesils are furnished at 1 hours at 25 cents per meal The best eatables the tiuntry affords Elegant itUnir rif us for ladies GOrJMfiRGIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN KY HOLT WJSHAii J Proprietors opensTaBolt looks after the cannery department aDd- le that the table supplied at all with the very best tho market affords The pnetetoGare ampIoon9 and the polite building ill sjnvenient t she business houses First clans l Tcry attached to the hotel Terms very tea onatide IL IIlDi you invent or also ret JICAVEArTAADE h1ARN COPYRIGHTorDESIG1I i I PROTECTION Send model sketch orphoto far tree examination and advice IUOi OM PATENTS i w t IfeeCASNWt coI i Uawrcrs WASHINGTON DC 1Ladles FaTorite Morleys Idttlo Ltv Pills for Bilious People are tho ladle- favorite because they are small sai taken and do their work quietly I1 bat effectually Ono a dose t Sold by r WM Bell Joppa Ky i l I 4r FROM TEXAS ANNA TEX Jan 27 1900As lama reader of the News aud believing that a short letter from this place would probably be of interest to many of my Kentucky friends prompts me to write Thi town of Anna Is in the county of Collin the banner county of the State and Is situated on the n C R R It is a prosperous and bus- Iness town containing 13 business houses livery stable two blck smith shops both proprietors of said shops Mr H Cundiff and J A Smith being from Kentucky and are doing agoodI businessMessrs Zack Shaw and Wm Perkins are visiting in Casey countyKy We see quite a number of Russell county people every day namely Judge Collins J C Barger Capt F I Wol ford Frank P Sulhan N C Barnes G P Collins Dr Lairs family DrI Strange W J Judd and Charles Cra vens and they all seem to enjoy this lilac mud tt They are all prosperous and highly respected citizens of Anna Miss Lillian Wolford of this place in company with a party from McKinney Texas will visit the Worlds Ex position at Parris France leaving the 1st of June They will also visit Eng land Ireland and Scotland Having a Great Kurt on Chamber laiuS Gouh Remedy Manager Martin thePierson drugstore informs us that he is having a great run on Chamberlains Cough Remedy lie sells five bottles of that medicine to one of any other kind and itgives great satisfaction In these days of la grippe there is nothing lilts Chamberlains Cough Remedy to stop the cough heal up the sore throatand lungs and give relief within a very short time The sales ale growing and all who try it are pleased with its- promptreIuuSouth Chicago Dally Calumet Ft sale by tel Cravens CAMP KNOX There is quite a good deal of la grippe in this neighborhood- Mr TG Taylor was in Russell coun ty last week looking for a farm with view of purchasing Rev T F Walton of Columbia fill ed his regular appointment atEbene zer Sunday and had quite a large con gregationR made a flying trip to Lebanon last week to see about the erection of u dwelling en a lot he has purceased there Married at the home of the bride Wednesday Jan 24 Mr II A Mitchell of Pineville and Miss Anna Ing ram of this place The bride is a popular and accomplished young lady and will be greatly missed in the society circles while the groom is a promising youg telegraph operator The happy couple left with the good wishes M the entire neighborhood Friday morning for their home at Pineville Bravo Mon Fall Victims to stomach liver and kidney troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache nervousness headache and tired lissless rundown feeling But theres no need to feel like that J W Gardner of Idaville Ind says Electric Bitters arc just the thing fur a man when he dont whether us lives or dies It gave me new strength and a good appetite I can new eat anything and have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at T E Paulls drug store Every bottle guar anteed FELIX Prof Kennett has been teaching a class In penmanship at Coffeys school house for the past ten days and gave- perfect satisfaction There isquitc agooddcal of interest being taken ia the protracted meeting- at Clear Springs church Mr B F Edmonds who has been on the sick list fur several days is slowly- o improving Mr Robt Wilson has bought an In terest in J A Wilsons store and the firm is having a fine trade Eld John Stanton preached a ser mon on sanctification at the Christian Cbappel the Second Sunday Working NJfflit And Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made Is Dr Kings Mew Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength listlessness in to energy brainfag Into mental power er Theyre wonderful in building up blyy be W1 t5 nt sfseevtAeaf oa It Is believed there will be no troub le Jn getting the to provide for new State bulldlDiIJ A Night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the General Burnham of Machlas Mes hen the doctor said she would die from pneumonia before morning writes Mrs S H Lincoln who attended her that fearful night but she begged for Dr Kings NewI Discovery which had more than once saved her life and cured her of consumption After taking she slept allJ night Further use cured her this marvelous medicine is guarenteed to cure all throat chest and lung Diseases Only 50c and 100 Trial bottle free at T E PaulPs Drug store Mayor Tom Taggart of Indianapo lis says he is not in the race for Governor of Indiana but he thinks well of DemocratlcprospectsI Chronic Soro Leg Mr J Richardson had a running sore on his leg for 20 years Tried doc tors and medicines withoutend or any permanent good Mr L B Normally druggist Hartford la recommended Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron to cure the cause of the sore and make it heal from the inside A few bottles cured my leg and put me in better health than I have been for 20 years Sold by W M Bell Joppa Ky h The Madison county Board of Health has officially announced that smallpox exists in that county Nervous Prostration I had nervous trouble for years which at times completely prostrated me and made life not worth living I tried many physicians and no end of nerve and other remedies without re bet Mr N1 Crews merchant Ma Icy Iowa pervaded me to try Morlcy Sarsiparllla and Iron The Tery first bottle went to the right spot for 1 felt a complete uhange and now after using six bottles in all lam perfectly well Mrs Lcttle Fisher In Bath county Toll Gray mistook Chas Edwards for a burglar and shot him perhaps fatally Stood Death Off E R Monday a lawyer of Henrietta Tex once fooled a gravedigger He says My brother was verry low with malarial fever and jaundice 1 persuaded him to try electric bitters and he was soon much better but con tinued their use un till he was wholly cured I am sure Electric Bitters saved his life This remedy expels malaria kills disease germs and purifies the blood aids digestion regulates liver kidneys and bowels cures consti pation dyspepsia nervous diseases kidney troubles female complaints gives perfect health Only 50c at T E Paulls drug store The Boers report smashing the headquarters of Gen White atLadysmith with a shot from Long Tom A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arni- ca Salve will kill the pain and prompt ly heal it Cures Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Corns nil Skin Eruptions Best Pile cute on earth Only 25cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold byTe E Paull druggist The big anthracite miners strike talked of in Central Pennsylvania is off A young JUan came into our store yesterday suffering from a severe attack of cramp colic witcs B F Hess miller and general merchant Dickeys Mountain Pa He had tried various home remedies without relief As I had used Chamberlains Bollc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I gave him a dose and it soon brought him out alright I never saw a fellow so rejoiced tt Sold by M Cravens Scores of lives were lustas the resul of floods In Tacoma I want to lot the people who suffer from rheumatism and sciatica know that Chamberlains Pain Balm reliev ed me after a number of other medi clues and a doctor had failed It is the best liniment I have ever known otJ A DODQEK Alpharetta Ga Mhousands have been cured of rheumatism by this remedy One application relieves the pain For sle by M Cravens I f L JLz SOD BLBPHANT STORIES KMBirlraUt lutucu of That Animals laUlllgtaca The lioriti of elephant sagacity wigbX iadeed fill a volume for all their actions are marked though in urioui degrees bj clear signs of this fsaUty In the year 1863 an elephant wag employed at a station in India ie pile tip hUTJ logsa work Wnch those uiJn will perform with great Mttaeea and pled The superin tendent of the labor suspected the- kupu i stealing the rice appor tioned for the animals food The mu of eonrse protested with all the vehemence of a native against the charge and bemoaned his hard fate fee belay exposed to such a cruel sus tefoa It so happened that the ele han wee standing by during the fcraA ftUcnuion and though no one- enpptned the creature understood the words uttered the result was remark abU The animal suddenly laid hold a large wrapper which the man wore around his waist and tearing it ptD let out some quarts of rice which the fellow had stowed away under the tohuniaon wrapper Further evi not was needless either of the mans guilt or the elephants sagacity The animal had probably teen the roguish attendant place its food in his cloth and had simply taken the opportunity of recovering its rights So closely do elephants remember the signification of the signs which have been taught them thai they will instantly the gentlest signal such as the lifting of a finger or the slight tit touch on their ears Bishop Heber tells of a malicious man who induced his elephant to kill a woman by giving the sign of attack to the animal he was riding Some natives had however witnessed the proceeding and so clear was their tee timony that the man was hanged for the murder The Mohammedan sol diers in the moguls army trained their elephant to destroy the numer ous small images of the Hindu divin ities Of course the soldiers pretend ed that the wise and theological animals had an innate hatred of idolatry which could not be restrained The Hindus knew better and divined that a secret sign was given to the well taught beasts Indeed there is scarce ly an act from the killing of a man to the uncorking ofn wine bottle which these clever quadrupeds can not perform The Exeter change el ephant showed his reasoning powers PL the following device witnessed by Mr Jowe This gentleman was giv tag some potatoes to his huge pet when one fell on the floor just beyond the sweep of the animals trunk A Sew inches behind the potato was a irall The animal blew strongly Against the vegetable Of course this eent it further off still from the trunk against the wall but the recoil brought the potato back nearer than feefore to the elephant which then secured its prize It teems absurd to oppose that tho animal knew any thing about action and reaction but the deed performed and the result obtained were net what reason might have suggested to a clever child Goldon Days HIS SYSTEM Business Man Adopts a Modem Plan for Remembering Things In the private office the head of the rirm was closeted with the most impor tant outoftown customer who had found that some matter of discounts or error in statement or correction of list price or some other picturesque detail of the higher finance made it imperative on him to visit the city even though itwas the holiday season It must have been business of the ut most importance for even the confi dential stenographer had been dismissed Whatever it may have been there was at least the evidence of ci gars and hearty laughter to prove that it had been transacted to the sat isfaction of both After that had been settled the head of the firm broached the subject of entertain ment The customer was perfectly wfllingto take in a show that very evening and all the rest of the good things that might come his way and it was the privilege of the resident business man to send out to reserve treats Til show you a wrinkle that may commert suppose we pay box office prices or spec ulators premiums when it is possible- to get just as good seats as there are hx the house at 50 ffJust you Trait while I telephone and youll see rn find the man in just a minute That the advantage of carrying sys ten into everything you do Just look at this arrangement I guess Its got in it pretty nearly everything I want to know Suppose I have an ldesom day Well I jot down a papetbIiII leisure I file it away underits proper bead in this system Then when I want to tuo that idea all I have to do is to turn to it right here and find it at once along with everything else I know on the subject Jnat you watch me In his case the subject is the ater tickets and where can Iget them j at a bargain Theres There the system of keeping track ofthlngacomu in Ton c ttrve I open the IX drawer and Uit r ence to the DireV Its just like IpTing anything up in the encyclopedia Twine Ive got just the man I want telephone number and all and 1 can promise you the tickets will bo here as soon as we get bask from lunch Thats where systim comes in You bet its great Thats all very fine replied the customer and I wont dispute the Talus of having a system But 111 be banged if I can understand why OU turn up the Drew in order to find out where to scalp the theaters Those letters are not the beginning of the mans name that you have just called and they do not spell anything that will make you think of the show Why Drel Why man alive thaf just where the beauty and the simplicity of the scheme comes in I want to get good seats at any theater without paying too much for the tickets co I look up the compartment Dressmaker in this arrangement and find the infor mation immediately But why dressmaker What bD8I that to do with the subject See here youre mighty particu lar seeing its my system and not yours but I dont mind showing youI that the old man is right after alL The way I first got on to this t11enterI scheme was this My wife toldme that her dressmaker told her that she knew a cigar dealer who always had good seats to dispose of for a reason able discount Got that straight andI plain dont suppose Id put that under W just because my wife told me P A mans wife tells him so many things thatif he was to start a system of this cold storage on them the W would be the whole thing and there wouldnt be any room for all the rest of the alphabet So Iskip the wife and nail the dressmaker as com ing next Then all I have to do wben I want tickets is to thipk of my wifes dressmaker and there the wboleI story is told But the more I ueethisI system the more I wonder how we ever did business when a man had to remember things just any old warindeed I doN Y Sun Average Consumption of Food An Englishman spends on an aver age 9 12s a year for fooda Frenchman i9 8s a German t8 8s a Spaniard 46 12e an Italian U IGs and a Russian 4 12s Of meat theI Englishman eats 109 pounds a year the French 87 pounds the German 64 pounds the Italian 28 pounds and the Russian 51 pounds Of bread the Englishman consumes 880 pounds the Frenchman 540 pounds the German 560 pounds the Span iard 480 pounds Italian 400 pounds and the Russian 635 pounds TANGIER A View of This Important Moorish Seaport Were it not for the black business like jetty pushed out into the bay for the convenience of foreign steamers and the flags of the European lega tions flouting the dullred Moorish banner on the fortress Tangier in this year of grace might be the Tangier of at least 600 years ago and barring a few modern Christians on donkeys with Paris bonnets tweed suits and cutaway coats we might even fancy ourselves walking the streets way back in the time of the crusades while the people who pass us seem to join hands through the middle ages with the immemorialun toujhod east of Abraham Isaac and Jacob Indeed here the nomad SUe cessors of such patriarchs may still be seen with their camels coming in from the desert pitching their tents Qn the confines of a town without roads or wheel carriages or any other signs of modernity save certain mysterious wires overhead which have the tinence to establish electric communication between the town of Tangier and its environs Out on the cool marcharid toward sunset a delicious upland of downs close above Tangier commanding a superb view of Spain with the Bay of Trafalgar in the distance groups of Spanish and Jewish children turn out to play The Moor and the Roumi Chris tian or foreigner take their evening gallop the peasants whiteshrouded Women and men in brownhooded jelabas flock back from the town to their distant Cabyle villages As the shades of evening fall the is thronged but no longer with buyers and vendors The is now eivenuD to liehtbearted mer 1 Ii riment Here four champions with long sticks in place of rapiers engage in mints contest before a squatting crowd of applauding connoisseurs The story teller or comedian two stringed lute in hand strides up and down in front of another group ges I ticulating wildly In a corner of the I Soko the snake charmer and fire eater t comes in for his full shart of atten tion Town affairs the last execution or murder are eagerly discussed and here and there debates run so high that a spectator might suppose j that bodily violence even to knifing I Is about to follow seldom anything of the kind happens Fortnightlj Review THE MODERN LOCOHOTIV Marvel of Traveling at tko Rate of Six ty Miles aa Hour It all sounds simple in the recitaL The wonder of the comes into view only when one reflects on the speed ahd nicety with which cumbrous parts are made to do their duty The piston and connecting bar of a modern locomotive weigh some 600 pounds When the speed is 60 miles an hour these parts travel back and forth five times a second Ten times 0 second at the end of every stroke the piston head is at rest It must pass from this condition to a velocity of 1800 feet per minute in onetieth of a second The drive wheels measure more than a rod at every rev olution but when going 60 miles an hour they must turn more than 800 times a minute Sixty miles an hour is the merest commonplace to the mind of the up todate railroad man but it means other things besides those described that are wonderful to the outsider It means a steam pressure blow of 20 tons on each piston headevery tanth of a second It means that up in the cab the fireman is throving into the furnace twothirds of a ton of coal every hour No 900 burn coal faster than ten men can mine it It moans two quarts of oil every hour to keep her journal boxes greased And every thing running smoothly It means that the engine with its hull dozen cars and load of human fmight is moving through space with twice the power of a shot from a hundredton gun It means that the engineer has worked her up fo the point where she can use every ounce of steam that he is coaxing her as a jockey urges his mount in a fierce race and yot it means that he is ready at a seconds notice to move the reversing leverand apply the air brakes that will stoj the mighty steam avalanche within the distance that it covers as it stancU on the tracks Earl W Mayo in Axns lees TO AUCTION A BRIDE Fair Daughter of Osage Chief to Be Sold to Highest Bidder Aspirin Ducks Will Bid for War la Ponley Ilxu Alrcadr Been Sol4 Twice Dot Lived Unhappily nUll Use Iluabands The aristocracy of the Osage IndSau f in the Indian territory are looking Tor ward to the marriage of Mary Corn dropper the only daughter of exCHef Prank Corndropper with great plus ure According to the custom bo vogue among the Osages from time Imineiio rial she will be sold tOthe highest bid der the compensation being made in poniesChief Corndropper lives about 43 miles southwest of IndependeneeIltn- and owing to his former official capacity is one of the besMcnown Indian braves in the territory Of course he and his wife are full bioods and as pnly fullbloods can intermarry in this tribe only that class of Osages will be allowed to bid on the girl is an exceptionally goodlooking squaw she is 23 years old but has not much edu cation She has been twice before sold in marriage and because of her beauty brought heaps of ponies both times Her first husband was Tall Chief who Logannpromlnent the second husband and lie paid SOO ponies Both marriages proved unhappy and separation followed This is why she is to be put upon the block again In accordance with an ironclad rule Among this tribe the parents of the competing young men will have to do the bidding and the bride who wilt Te arrayed in blankets trimmed with silks and beads of the gaudiest colors principally scarlet will 4 announce the result by riding Into the arms of the successful bidder The marriage cere mony is then completed by the parents of the bride taking her into the house where she will be stripped of all her clothing which will then be torn in two and divided equally between the parents of the bride and the groom who will retain them as long as ihe couple live happily together After the marriage ceremony a big feast will be bad in which manybeeves i will be consumed and the festivities will be conducted with a dance lasting three days About 3CO guests will be invited to attend the weddfng and dance Miss Mary like the rest of her tribe Is quite gotoherded The will live with the hridna rnatr f I rJr 6XiI r M H MARCUM s QrSWtfiflBRflh flfi G0 r LOUISVILLE KYIOur lino of Hats Umbrellas now ready r Ourik surpasses my thing on the road We guar mtco to plclse I STYLE flND PRICES CORRECT I k We solicit your trade and guar tA nntce good goods honestly hentedryn mw X v v vwwtlisl Cw i ntG4C C FRANK JACKMAN j5 s I JEWELER g7j COLUMBIA vI 7i11 71E OLD GOLD AND SILVER xis Bought At Market Prices R nC Md t Sewing Machine Mater 0 ml Always On Haul w oG o intIC IE dww C t r r7ii infJRIJIG10jj BB8 + Blacksmiths + A- NDWoodworkers Columbia Ky We are prepared to do all kinds o work in our line and if you need re pairing done on your Wagons Buggies or Farm Implements remember ur We keep for sale wagon and bugg tirts rims spokes and all kinds 01 bolts Our prices are right and satis faction guaranteed Give us a call Net iy PumLhcd Amcrfcaa Plan lfc Per Day osfer 3otcflte c 8 4 MEALS 25c 523 W Market Sf LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER flRr Ia l VHotel1 WM WIULORE Prop Gratiyviile so Kentucky YY THERE is no better place to stop at the abuved named llllti Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached GORDON MONTGOMERY ftfione v a1 inm COLUMBIA KY Will practice in AdaIr an adjoining counties Collections u specialty sSOfflce up stairs over hulls drug store W W7 7o nF li DENTIST AIL WOltK NEATLY DOJE SlMvClAl ATTENTION GIVEN TO IKEVKNT INO lUUEOCXAU TUET11 AND JO e THE SAVINO OP THE NATURAL TEKTlJ OFFICE UTT BUILDING USE THE Monarch Coffee I I It i the bent on the mwkel and soW by W R LyoQ the uruccrymur and is handled in Columbia by Rccc Miller Frank Sinclair Willis Bros Russell Slurrel and W L Walker NEATS + SflRSAPflRILL- AThe F Beat Made It Purite Tile Blood flnd FOItTJGlEs The sllsterlfflafas 1S BS A IFOrSALEBY T E PAUL Columbia Ky IDR M 0 SALLEE DENTI5r 4 Careful attention given to me ohanioal and prostbetc denttotiy and dental surgery- OFtfICBOver Ilugb 8 CoffeykHunterCOLfXhItkk 6L f Jl a i- a J l r r b r to rl j 0 Till ADAIR COUNTY NBWS Published Ever Wednesday uY rUE Adair OUQty Newso INCORPORATED OFFIC Over Jr Cravens drug store corner Public quan and CampbeUvUle Pike A Democratic newspaper devoted to theiater cats of the city of Colombia and the people ut Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postomceassecond class man matter III SCRIPT N R TES- os E YEAR fJOO 50cSIXSTRICTLY IN ADVANCE CHAS S HARRIS Editor lDVRRTISING RATS Lora otices ten cents per line for first 1L section Bndlflve cents p rUne for each subsequent insertion DISPLAY ADS 1 Space Inch 2 Inches I 3 Inches 4 IneJes 6 Inches 1 col i Co1 1 Col II Jrk1 7s 100- 15xo 3o5e boo IZllo 1 S- O20J 250- 300 600 900E 9 bro 2CO 400 300 600 0012 00 or- 4OoJ =6 Mo 300 400m IIl50 90 00 0lYr 500 l00 1000 12 sl 13 oc- 30 01 seo There will be no departure from these rates trader any circumstances WEDNESDAY JAN 31 CKOWNIM CRIME fln Attempt to flssasinate Mr Go6belSliot with- a Winchester f r WHILE ENTERING SENATE HflLL Mr Goebel was this morning shot by some unknown party just as he was entering the Senate Chamber The party who did the shooting escaped He was shot witha Winchester through the right lung and tho extent of the wound is unknown The party who did the shooting should be hung as high as Hainan This is the result of that murderous gang who have been lying around the Capital for weeks claiming to de mand justic No State and no abworse condition of affairs than hrve been instituted by Taylor and his gang of political chums Mr Goebel has kept in the limits of the law and the Republicans have assembleda lot of desperate men to intimidate and as above stated has resulted in a cool deliberate attempt to murder 11n trust the wound will not prove fatal and that he will yet be Governor of Kentucky and show to the people of tho State and nation that the combinations of corporations and Republicans cannot intimidate or throttle justice Gen Buller meets a terrible de feat He is driven across Tugela river and fifteen hundred British dead are left on Spion Kops His toric heights Stupendous blows that shakes the empire dealt by Gen Joubert whose victory seals the fate of Gen Whites brave thousands beseiged in Lady smith For the first time Boer soldiers attacked English entrench Snents and gloriously they proved their mottle t The Republicans gained but lit tle ground in thjvcontest They ailedgoestablish tho use of thin i ballotsinWoIfe county and Har fyGoulter the circuit clerk testi 1fled to his belief that the alleged specimen ballot from Graves coun rsty was a forgery The argument in the Guberna- torialr A contest opened yesterday The Attorneys were given six hours to a side It believed that a tivotein joiut session will not be f taken before tile Sthof 6th of Feb 1re teary r r Truth crushed to the ground will rise again Religion carried into politics usually falls in the first battle Mr Roberts Of Utah was turnI ed out of Congress before he en tered There is bat little legislation go ing on at Frankfort the many contests absorbing all interest While Frankfort has beeu crowd ed for the last few weeks real es tate has not advanced in thatcity Col Di G Colson is daily im proving andis thought hOwill be able to move about in a few days should he be granted bail The Democrats of the United States Senate held a conferencere cently to discuss a party policy butno general understanding was reached The one thousand Republicans who assembled at Frankfort last week effectually blasted Mr Tay lors prospects to remain in the Gubernatorial chair The error in the Whallen indict ment was caused by one of the grand jurors taking sick while the testimony was being given and a new man bad to be substituted Secretary Gage must be disgrunt led about something He said a few days ago that he believed the Boers would lick the English and sincerely hoped they would Here is more treason in the McKinley camp and Gage isnt Irish either Gen Joseph H Lewis exChief Justice of the Kentucky Court of Appeals a man whose opinion on a question of law is worth some thing published an article last week on the contest that certainly opened the eyes ofa goodmany men He undertook to give the legal phase of the situation and so he did to a finish This same Judge stated two weeks ago that if the Republicans undertook to interfere with the civil authorities they would find themselves hope lessly in the minority Judge T Z Morrow is of the opinion that the trouble at Frank fort will be settled without any body being killed He was hold ing court at Williamsburg last week and gave out this statement to his friends If the contest is decided in favor of the Demo crats there is nothing to do but to submit to the decision as the contest is proceeding legally and the constituted authorities must be obeyed Judge Morrow is a recognized lawyer a Republican and no sensible man doubts his opinion in this matter The Bowling Green Times says it has never had any very high opinion of Governor Taylors abil ity but has always considered him a man of strong common sense and a law abiding citizen If he should for a moment entertain any other intention than that of submitting without a word to the lawful decision of a tribunal pro vided by the constitution of Ken tucky for settling disputes he would not deserve the respect of the inmates of the penitentiary much less that of reputable citi zens Whatever decision the Leg islature makes will stand whether it be in favor of Gov Taylor or Senator Goebel and woe be to that man who undertakes to thwart that decision Senator Lindsay who has a na tional reputation as a constitutional laver and who did not favor the election of Mr Goebel turns this search light on the situation at Frankfort The Legislature is the constitutional agent for de termining the result of a govern orehip election If the Legisla ture reaches a conclusion which is wrong and unjust the Republi cans should nevertheless submit because it is the law If they do not submit and Taylor attempts to hold the office of Governor Goebel will simply have to say Oh well it js inconvenient for me not to have the archives and the room and the seat but I am Governor just the same So ho may set up his office in a hotel and start in as Governor of Ken tacky The LSislaturewill cognize him and thus he will ac tually bii Governor whileTaylors pretensions at first bordering upon ttagedy will soon become ridiouloua The few Republicans of this section who participated in the great demonstration of Governor making at Frankfort last week have returned to their peaceful homes with a full belief that said demonstration though made by fully 1000 Republicans has not settled the matter The fact is such proceedings will not do the Republicans any good It was a mistake and doubtless many i the participants now realize it The contest has the sanction cf the law and the Republicans hay been given as much time to refui the claims of the contestants as the Democrats have had to prove them They have able counsel lawyers that would contend for the whole earth if they thought it would benefit their party and clients The Legislature is the jury and while it is Democratic we presume that the majority are men of ability and honor Now such demonstrations as assemb ling hundreds of Republicans armed with deadly weapons of every description js no more nor less than a threat to assassinate the entire Legislature or so many representatives as may not con cede to the demands of the Republicans The moral effect of such an act 011 Legislators would be to put their vote on party lines They are almost forced to do this or rest under the stigma of being intimidated by the Republicans There was nonnecessity for such action and done no good and tends to lower the standing and dignityof the citizenship of this State Already Kentucky stands high in the catalogue of feuds and crimes and such pro ceedings as before stated will do no good The Republican leaders should fight within the limits of the law and not try to excite the rankand file of their party to demonstrations of anarchism and further soil the reputation of this State The plea that Democrats that Goebel is the cause of this disturbance will never be believed by intelligent people The responsibility must rest where it be longson the Republican politi clansThe indictment against John Buckingham Whallen went out of court on demurrer with the under standing that the case be rorefer red to the grand jury at the April term of the Franklin circuit court Some men seem to have great sympathy for Whallen and would be glad to see him released for all time to come They claim that all men who take an interest in politics have been guilty of buy ing Well that may be true but to our mind that does not nor should not excuse a mairwho has been indicted for bribery It is not presumed that every transgres sor of the law will be discovere- by the executive power of the Commonwealth and punished for the same but it is the duty and should be expected that every thie caught should be punished though a million rogues never be discov ed thref lre should a man bribe or tender a bribe he should be prosecuted Whallen is not the Only man who attepted to bribe in the political muss that has been going on but that should be no excuse or lessen the degree of the penalty The contest at Frankfort is in full bloom and proceeding accord ing to law so far as the Democrats are concerned but the Republican leaders are firing the rank and file of their adherents to a state of re bellion The assertion 44We wont submit if the Legislature decides in favor of Goebel1J Goebel will never act as Governor if given the seat he ought to be killed forebodes no good and indicates that Republicans must have their preference or Democrats must din Now is the time for calm de liberation for should the hot headed elementin tha Republican party precipitate trouble there will bo mourning in the land There is as much true grit in a Kentucky Democrat as the aver age Republican possesses and muchstronger numerically and financially Stolen from my barn last Thursday night the 18th a marc bridleand sad dIe Description Brown 15 bands or a little over 11 or 12 years old scar on point of shoulder some white on One hind foot good style light hotly and paces some Boys quilted seat saddle considerably worn and the back part has been patched with a strip Will give 10 for marc and saddle deg livered Columbia arId elu for the thief when convicted Join JJ JotmsoH ColHHbk p 6- S r YA ORADYVILLE We have had another ice tide H A Moss Is In Burksvllle this weekMr T J Keltner Is having fine lot of timber cut Messrs D J Schooling and J J Hunter were In Columbia Saturday Uncle George Yates and Mr B H Hunter of Bradfordsville are spending a few days In our town Uncle Thomas Grady and wife who have been residing with their grand HID for some time have returned to i heir old homestead Rev E W Barnett filled his regular appointment here last Saturday and Sunday H A Walker returned from the South last week and reports the trade on horses and mules reasonably good Prof G P Dillon is teaching us a very Interesting school with 50 regular students Mr Will Sexton our efficient paint er has been confined to his room for several days with a severe cold A little child of Mr Tom Rodgers received a severe wound from falling in the fire last week We understand that the smallpox cases in the community of Picketts Chapel are all convalescing Rev T L Hulse had the honor of tieing the conjugal knotfor two couples in one day last week Miss Lena Grissom our efficient mu sic teacher has been on the sick list for a few days Mr W L Grady was in the Sparks ville community last Saturday looking after poplar timber Mr Grady is an ticipating buying a large amount of timber in that section One of the proprietors of the hoop pole factory informed us that they had made 00000 flour barrel hoops since their shop had been with us Mr John Lowe the wellknown shoe drummer of Nashville was with ns one day last week and informed us that he was having a firstclass trade and everything was moving along nicely John is one of the old time Democrats Schuyler Neat representing a Cin cinnati clothing firm was with us last week and informed us that his trade was beyond his expectations Mr Neat isthe right man In the right place Prof J H Nell who Is teaching an excellenti school at Sparksvllle was in our city last Saturday He informed- us that he was getting along nicely and his pupils were very much inter ested in their studies We understand that the Marsballs made a raid in the western part of this county one night Taft week and arrest ed two of our citizens The parties were at work when the officers arrived Trade has been unusually good In this section for the past week or so Messrs Hardesty Bridgewaters of Lebanon were with us for a few days last week buying sheep at a good price They bought from Smith Ss Nell 70 head of sheep and 0 head of cattle for 8540 Smith Nell sold to A Hunn Columbia 7 head of mules at an aver age of 870 also 22 head of cattle to J C Durham Campbellsvllle for 864750 100 Reward 8100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least hasdthat is catarrhHalls catarrh cure Is the only positive cure known to the medicine fraternity Catarrh being a conssf cure is taken internally acting direct ly on the blood and mucous surfac of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and gives the patiet strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature to do Its work The proprietors have so mutch faith in Its curative power that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney CO- Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Halls faraly pills arc the best CAMP KNOX Corn is rather scarce in this commu nity some sales being made at 250 per barrel Rev E W Barnett will preach at MtGilcad church on Sunday afternoon February 4th at 3 oclock We hear a great many compliments passed on the News Several hue said that it is the best county paper that comes to this office Our new merchant MrN T Mercer seems to be building up a good trade at this place Miss Pinkie Hatcher Greensburg who bas been visiting In this neigh borhood returned to her home Friday It has been demonstrated repeatedly lp every state in the Union and in many foreign countries that Chamberlains Cough Bemety is a pertain pre ventatlve and cure forcrjup It has become the universal remedy for that disease M V Fisher of Liberty W Va only repeats what bas been said around the globe when he writesII I have used Chamberlain Cough Ren edy in my family for many years and always with perfect success We bar Here that it Is not only the best cough remedy bUt that it is a tore Curb for croup It lies saved the llt e9of bur cirildreia number of tin t ThiS cBiedlls forsaie ty M Cravcne c r we w 1l H LlF TINNER Columbia Ky r4 iD HOOb1ingGllttering kind of work done Lyn firstclass timer Ialso u e the galvanized guttering with patent wire hang ers Satisfaction guaranteed I Sell the best Churn on the flarket FNext door to W L Walkers Hart E5 Hardware 60 LOUISVILLE KY 0 Yourtrade is Solicited and Satis faction Guaranteed Represented by W S HILL Cit3IPBELLSVILLE KY LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live- Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 84 S55 23 Lightshipping 4 ob4 85 Best butchers 4 004 50 Fair to good butchers 3 254 00 Common to medium btchr 2 753 25 lIOOS Choice packing and butch ers 225 to SCO Ibs 4 80 Fair to good packing 180 to 2OO1bs 460 Good to extra light 160 to 180 tbs 4C0 SHEEP AND IAKBS Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 504 00 Fair to good 3 003 50 Common to medium 2 50 300 PELLYTON Corn is selling here from 225 to 250 per barrel Mr O P Lemon is erecting a nice dwelling house at this place and will move Into Jt as soon as it is completed Campbell Bros haven guessing con test and the winner will get a 835CO sewing machine J M Heiston will travel for the Carolina Tobacco Company Last Thursday evening at4 oclock Mrs Annie Biackford wife of James Blackford departed this life to the better world above She had been sick only ten days with typhoid fever and it was thought shewould soon be well again but God saw best and called he from this world of trouble to a bet to beyond The deceased was about 32 years old and was a consistent mem ber of the Methodist church She was married to James Blackfurd Jan Gin 1898 at her borne in Casey county and had made many warm friends since she removed to this place who reject ed to give her up She was a devoted wife a loving mother and a splendid neighbor She leaves a husband and one child and a host of friends to mourn her loss The interment took place at Salem Casey county Wed nesday evening Mr Blackford tend ers his thanks to the friends and neighbors who assisted him in the sickness of both his wife and brother Jo Black ford who also had typhoid fever at the same time SUNSTROKE in Batteel J Ltd SPENCER 37thWisconsin hasfoundthe good of Other veterans lie says At Petersburg I was tuostruck and the field for dead Later rheumatism of my heart developed as a result and phvsiclan to benefit usinjDrNervine and now health is better than for 30 years before DRe MILES HeartCure guaranteoiakog bears and nerves sent free DrVwtles Medical Company Elkhart ind lo Ctjrc La Grippe t t Two Days Tke Laxative UromoQniniQO Tub lets All druggist refund the mon y if it tans to erne EWrores signature oncverY box 25 cents rktt f4 ti ci d fors- sf Dr Mil a RsteratlveeNervHil s r it+ v 3SK1IAN000K Young Jianc ky LIVERYMEN jCGT We have a new and commodious stable Good stock and trod rigs Careful drivers employed Your patronage solicited New Store at Russell Springs 0The undersigned have just opened up a Dry Goods Store at the above named place We handle Dry Gods Notions Booots and Shoes Clothing Groceries Hardware Saddlery and Harness We make a specialty of Clothing We invite your trade J D Y7 UGHHN BRO g xjvyQ in Q at WIInc Goods Notions Boots Shoes HatsCaps 6 o Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing Groceries Hardware and Harness Wo g have one lot of 9yQ s filso Ono Lot of Mens Mils at 5 Gents THese f o x goods are worth a great deal more but X o we need tho room they occupy Come overQour we will not be undersold We respectful ly invite our friends to call and Qr look through our stock 4unter0I r H Warlnn6fs GhM D Gash 4F STORE l Is the place to go to get Goods cheap I have some of the best clothing for the money of any store in Columbia and I have a line of shoes that I propose to sel cheaper than they have ev r been sold for before in 0 this little city My Grocery stock and other lines are complete and too numerous to mention in this space I want to turn my stock over several times this season and in or to do this I will sell for a close margin Iam not tallcininonsense but these are facts I appreciate wfcab the people have done for me since I qanie r to Columbia and I will prove it to you in the future if you give me your trade I want to double my busines this year and to do ehis I will sell at a very close margin for cash Give me a call K- csptCRWABINNEB 1 A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arni- ca Salve will kill the pain and promptly heal i t Cures Fever Sores Ulcers foils Corns nil Skin Eruptions Zest Pile cute on earth Only 25cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by T E Paull druggist Working Night And Dayn 4 Ingljpw5YCacpeSs Ifito jBtr ngtb jlUicJ3ee into enifgy braltjf k inH uI Btki pow er Ttle3rwonderful In t bildiag iip a- r1 t I the heal tb Only 25c per bos Sold by TE PaullaI or I A Wnrhlu I 1ainor Koronci In the back must dlseasesIlug Delay Is folly Yhcu byitynely use of JIorley Liver and Kidney Cordial the great system renovator all dangerII can be avoided This rcmcdy is a pos siHiyecurc for Kidney and JJrlnnry 1 Troubles Soul by W MrBelV ppil Alwy attend strietly to B artIYorM i I vtiY rkJ 4 1f r I r- a 00 0 0 a tVJiLKftS1rvIDWINTER LEfRfN E RI E 1C1rr t V Yfcuz lasSdiance to secure balgalns112 Wmtei Goods consisting of my entire stock of the same which sbeeDmarkell down at near cost You must re membar all of my goods were bought befog the audience for spot cash and for the NEXT THIRTY DAYS I will sell for cash or produce only r Glltpiing Clothing liens ijaiig allwool ulster overcoat tho very best price 550 nut nowredugedto1h Mows hoavy Jag Irish frieze ulsters former price 750 now 550 400 fd3ii iLift blaokbeaver overcoat for mer price 500 i Blue an dEft Beaver extra quality with fancy lining they j were cheap at 750 now 6 650 now bus the celebrated No 001 Mackintosh box coat nil I t wool and extra hjavy former price 9 450 will uov buy you a brown woolfaced Mackintosh which would be extra ch ap ne 050 I 450 for my jj mranteed all wool heavy weight blue Mackintosh which was exceed gly cheap at 750 If you miss this you have lots bargain 27o for n Ii ht colored worsted face Mackintosh long with vel vet collar a peuc at the price former price 4 250 for a Uack all wool Mackintosh with cape full length old price 4 119 for Mps black cotton face Mackintoshes 150 4 for a Boy beaver overcoat 15 to 10 former price 5 They must go You will ujver have this offer again II i 4 W Le- WALZERS Cheap Cis liBtore t IPERSONA MENTION Mr Jo Coffey Jr was in Campbells ville Monday i Prof T A Bake was on a business trip from home lab reek Dr N M Ham k bas returned X from the South A Mr and MrS Jo issell returned to Louisville Monday J Mr P V GrtKsii accompanied the family of Mr R L hnston to Texas Uncle Bob A who has been very feeble for a y is improving Mr TaB P Salle Vhttnwrmri was town Monday I JY Dr C D Moore ITaylor county r A was in Columbia iJB y I Mr G B ChcatLl of Milltownt tcalled on us last vteud left the dol 1 0 lar 0 Mrs M J Murrplljs been visiting K her son Mr T A rrell for the past week 1 An Infant son of B nd Mrs T A Murrell who hasIIC quite sick Is c much better I fjj Mr II S Mitchell eville andMr R L Iiaskcns of tm nox were in- V 5 Columbia a few days X j Mr J IV White daugter of OflmnUnnY gave the s a pleasant r call the other day Mr R F Pauli kn ife have gone to Florida and will Ad some weeks X in that sunny clime j v JN Coffey reprP jug Hughes Coffey X Hunter i oulsvllle this ti week purchasing KOI 1 Miss Nettle Bake his city who has been teaching u elby county returned home Sat at i ight Dr Curd and wife KVIiddlcsboro were called to ColunivMst week onhaccount of the iiajMf Dr Curd mother 9 Eugene Rice of Ca alley spent spent several daysof 1Vin Louis It ville lIe passed a dlt 1 tIme from Lebanon to the ci y t entrtalned with a lot of stabjjlbed out by his unknown friend Mr Jas Garnett Jr t for Alexandria La last M nits rning He will return in a few vv ccompaqi- cd by his wife and litllvhter wIlD IeseeralMrLP Scholl wiCtdaugQter and Miss lanai Iwi Mr J T Vaughan and wife Mr I Meader and wife and Messrs I and N Hobson GH Gowtiy I Collins Luclen Collins Will I s Leslie i GowdY Ed Moore Tom alt John Williams of Campbell attended the funeral of Mr Srrbee last Sunday LOCAL JO s Two fine Poland CUiDfor sale Eligible to register Coffey r Mr Brack Massio wh s at Cane Valley will build a fr the restc dente he recently pur 1 of Mrs Beard You can save moneylug your clover timothy and re eed also oatsiMr Avalce Taylor nevtiPhe 6fjtavJcsse L MornIl open- general sur- ihiscouniyilnafewwi raycraft Any young man fn AQjisifluallSed to enterCollege aadcholias a moral ti f and to enUrnEfloJtpurposc r a etllle by p IJ J tr it l Ynil x x x Fetching Styles iIS iIt is not enough that a shoe 3C should be easy and well mode it should be handsome shoes are all three The shapes i are especially attractive snit all styles are sold at a price new er heard of before for high grade 0ItcX 0 trams mannish to the dainty latesty V one v tie For sale only by 1 RUSSELL MURRELL X Columbia Ky x HARRIAGE LICENSES The following marriage licenses were from the AdairCouuty Clerks cluring the mouth of January Ephriam Reece to Miss Liuuie Har veyStamper Reynolds to Miss Alice Harmon M W Cave to Miss Mollie Hovious Finis Cundiff to Miss Lena P Smith Rufus B Neat to Miss Viola CuntUff A II Watson to Miss Annie Morris H A Mitchell to Miss Annie P In gram Zidner Willis to Miss Effle Clark Virgil F Kiunaird to Miss VIrgie Kinnaird Auction Auctionl I will sell at auction county court day Monday Feb 5 a lot of goods of dry goods shoes mens clothing ladles capes and jackets trunks pants patterns dress patterns one second hand parlor organ as good as new Lookoutfoxajmrgain LvBHunT 2t Mr Rpbt Young of Cumberland county an old Adair county boy has been on the Ciithbert Ga market with logs and lumber since the first of greatdeal4t flute tiHia he has 006- feet of l1 abarrreaiy l fctir the market Touttg a bushel bf p friends wi11hc glad to W1i1ri YUgalso handled Indlf bf 1tl lnatfjajood prof- J r f 4 tu I 3 for boyS long brown ulster all wool and firstclass grade but they must go former price 450 150 fur mens duck overcoats former price 2 75c for mens black duck woollined former price r 100 OOc for mens heavy black duck lined overcoats 125 275 for Mens all wool suits former price 850 400 for mens all w i 1 tits fancy length and fillMb 4 styles former price 500 500 for mens Faultless tailormade suits cii M at 750 650 for mens Faultless tailormade suits fancy and plain formerly 700 050 for a faultless tailor made suit 5 styles former price 850 800 for a faultless tailormade suit former price 10 and 11 275 for a pair of Mens Fine Buckeye pants former price 350 250 for a pair mews fine Buckeye pants former price 8 OOc for all wool jean pants 150 per pair for the entire 200 line 85c for a double front brown duck ove- rallSacrifice Shoe Sale 100 for a pair of mens whole stock shoes only 50 pairs in this lot Do not wait until they are sold and then come ulan and say I did not have them I have everything in this advertisement and other bar gains besides 125 for a pair mens heavy split boots former price l75 r 1 for a pair mens fine shoes lace or congress 75c for a pair of ladies medium fine shoes worth 1 75c for a pair of ladies heavy oil grain worth 90o for a pair of ladies fine shoes worth 125 100 for a pair of ladies button shoes worth 125 of Sam F Barbee IDeath morning about 630 oclock residents of Greensburg street were alarmed by bearing distressing creams corning from the home of Mr f B Barbee and the people at once knew that Mr S F Barbee was dead 1e was occupying an upstairs room and on Friday be went about the house saying be felt tolerably well His fath or brothers and sister have been watchful of his condition for several weeks and while it was known he was Miriously atlictcd his death was unex pected at the time lie died alone and the end must have come between midnight and 4 oclock a m as his feet and body were cold when first ex amined He was lying crosswise of the oed when first discovered and it is beg Ieved that he attempted to get up and fell over dead ufireared in Columbia He was a friend to every body and every body tad the utmost respect for him He was 41 years old last November and was un married For a number of years he bad been the proprietor of the stage CampbeILciI When the news of this death spread t over Columbia there was a unanimous j expression of sorrow every body speak lag of his many good traits of charac ter The funeral services were held at the i residence 230 Sunday afternoon con- ductedj by Eld X T Williams The weather was very disagreeable but a great many relatives and friends attended The interment was in the city cemetery i Peace to him who was peaceable anIj never any man j The News joins with the community in extending sympathy to the surviving i members of the family i TBridges in Sight Mr H II Spain representing the Champion Bridge Company Cleveland Ohio was in Columbia last week fJr the purpose of estimating the cost of tivo bridges one tq cross Russells creek atMilltown the other to span Green river either at Plum Point or Old NeatsvllleIn with Judge J W Butler and County Attorney Jas Garnett Jr all the points were visited but no letlluite conclusion was reached as to cost as the calculations will have to be made at the manufactory Enough however was learned that a bridge at Old Neatsville could be built for about 1000 cheaper than at Plum Point Mr Spain will return to Cleveland make up the estimates and send them in to besubmitted to the County Court AttorIneyraised by private subscription in order that the Court may understand the amount the county will have to pay should a contract be entered Into for the bridges These bridges are very much needed and we trust the county will do Its part toward building them At MIll town we understand the people will subscribe liberally It is also said tbafc liberal donations will be made by the Green river people Car Load ofFuralturg We have just received a meat of Furniture laveUieiiandebnv est line of beds you evjpr savy prices 4175 8200 225 25p2 09 3Qr Slid ksJfIO to OQHarge stpck rofbalrs Mattresses 1nd B qrp6m suits We can save jo on lOP fnr nlture Ru5se118s Murrell It Mr A Bennett and twp Mr Wtik 1it One of the best county officials in the State is Hon W T Sharp who is the County Judge of Russell county He received his position by appointment a few months ago and a more careful and watchful Judge is not tube found He is a business man of fine ability and is extremely agreeable with every one who calls at his office It is certainly a source of much gratification to the citizens of Russell county to have such a competent honest and courteous gentleman to look after their interest Burdensome taxation often works a hardship upon the poor but with Mr Sharp as the County Judge and Lilburn Phclpsas the Coun ty Attorney the people need not have any fears There has been a change in the dry goods establishment at Montpelier Mrs Ellen B Wheat takes the interest owned by her late husband No change is made in the style of the firmWheatS Williams Mr Luther Williams who is an excellent business man is the manager and Mr Albert Epperson a very popular gentleman is the clerk Financially there is not a stronger firm in the county than Wheat Williams The following indictments were re turned by the last grand iury classified as follows Seduction 2 breaking into a store 1 grand larceny 1 petty lar ceny 1 malicious cutting 2 selling liquor 26 disturbing worship 8 gam- Ing 2 receiving stolen money l ma licious striking 1 breach of the peace 13 concealed weapons 5 disorderly house 1 giving liquor to a minor 10 adultery 4 hog stealing l false swear lug 2 unlawfully collecting toll 1 The main business of Circuit Court was brought to a finish last Wednes day During the remainder of the week Judge Jones disposed of a few equity cases in which but little money was involved Saturday afternoon the three negro boys whq were convicted for the penitentiary were sentenced and on Monday they were carried to prison by Sheriff J W Hurt and S II Mitchell Mr J H Young who is a promi nent farmer and trader of this county has just returned from the Georgia market He was in the South sixty days and during that tiine ho handled five car loads of mules He was in a good section of the State and he in forms us by letter that he did fairly well as good as he expected Adair county has no better citizen than Mr Young and his friends throughouttho county will be glad to learn that he met with success IThe firm of Page Powell dissolved the first day of January by mutual consent Dr Page will continue the drug business at the same stand All par ties indebted to the old firm are re quested to call and settle Also all persons indebted to J N Page are politely requested to fork over what they owe him 3t Joecphus Cloyd and Teck Cook two colored men got into a difficulty in the suberbs of CainpbellsyHle last Sun pay morning and the latter was shoj and killed Qne pt the darkieS was running a blind tiger and it Is report ed here that liquor was the cause of tpe trouble About two tIoptl1s agg a gegrQ named Bflckner was killed in a drunken row ftt the same place 3hls months receipts of cattle at Chicago will be the largest January re ceipts IB over live years or since 1894 For the first two weeks of the month there Rasa gainpf oval 27 000 compared with a year agog The total for the satire ainth will probably reach at fclaiOlEXX against only lfli 5G4 last Jaeuary ad 907771 the last its h of leN of Honor IRon is the Roll of Honor and Intermediate of the M F High School for the month ending January 29th For Punctuality and Attendance l Rob Reed George Montgomery Nan cy Flowers and Carrie Flowers For Deportment Rue Walker An na Stults John Harris Lizzie Fete Ella Walker ann Clyde Crensbaw For ScholarshiprLizzie Feese Jen nie McFarland and Ernest Harris Who Preaches Next Sunday Rev E W Barnett will preach at Mllltown Rev J S Kilgorc will preach at the Methodist church this city Rev W S Dudgeon will preach at Jerico school house Rev Hulse will preach at Picketts Chapel Rev Sandidge will preach at Un ion Rev T F Walton will preach at Ebenezer At a recent sale of PolandChinas at Springfield Ill fortyone head aver aged 6595 The five boars averaged 13460 and the thirtysix sows averag ed S5G37 Hawkeye Chief went to Ira Bryan Ohio Ill 8231 Ls Perfection to Kirkpatrick S Son Conners Kan 227 Paid list since last issue H P Bar ger Miss Beersbeba Holladay J A Dice J R Bell P H Cheatham J W Blair J S Naylor J R White G B Cheatham T Y Chandler F G Heaton Dr A V Netherly J R Murphy Dr C D Moore Leslie Al len J L Hutchison J M Traylor J W Murray In a former issue of the News we stated that a batik would likely be organized at Bradfordsville The organization has been perfected and Mr H H Rynierson was made cashier un der His management it ought to be a paying Institution There is a suit now pending in the Adair circuit court to decide which of two teachers has the legal contract in Gleuville school district The one who is successful 1n the contest will be paid the public money Miss Fan nie Smytba has taught one term out and Miss Emerine Lapsley is teaching the second term Mr Henry Dunbar who Is the CIr- cuit Clerk of Russell county is now serving his second term giving entire satisfaction He is attentive to his business and Is one ot the many high class gentlemen of his county The people of Russell county make no mistake in retaining him in office Mr H H Spain the representative of The Cleveland Chaplon Bridge Co who spent several days in this county making estimates for 2 or 3 bridges left for Burksville Monday to contract with the county judge to build a bridge over Big Renox four miles from Burks rUle representative of the News met Mr f G Heaton a former citizen of Colurnbla In Louisville last week He Is on the Indianapolis News and was en route for Frankfort He was look- Ing well and expects to visit Columbia the cowing spring Mr J M Traylor has purchased the residence on Frazer Avenue lately owned by Mr 0 5t Trfpjett for 500 cash Possession will be given the first of September Mr Trlplett itIs said will build RevTF Walton in the absonceof Prcf T ABkerli iatthe head of affairs at the M F High School Mr Walton Is a graduate of Cuter C lfef sand IiI 1oltbtlla iafe lafctrab lac tii Ar J t Miscellaneous r Go cents for a pair of white orgrey blankets y 85 cents for a heavy winter shirt worth 65 cents 25 cents fora heavy knit overshirt worth 45cents 88c each for shirts or drAwers heavy fleeced They will not last long at these price 25 cents for a pair of heavy canton flannel drawers 88 cents each for 100 white and colored laundered shirts worth 50 and 75 cents 88c each for 100 ladies corsets former prices 50 to 75c rl lOo a pair for 100 pairs mens moreno red BOX cheap at 20c I also have a lot of remnants that must be sold at once They consist of all kinds of Dress Patterns Waist Patterns Skirt Patterns Cashmere Pant Patterns also a lot of remnants of Carpets and Straw Mattings which will be sold low down If you want bargains dome at onco toI all kinds of country produce and pay the highest market prico For sale a neat cottage with five romswell arranged together with It acres of ground out buildings etc 50 young fruit trees on prcmices good water etc A desirable home FRANK SIXCLmtI FIr some reason to us our j subscribers at Kimble Russell county I failed toget their papers from this office last week We know the package was started from here Wanted a cropper with small family to move to my place and raise crop on the hares I Mve team and utensils apply at once to Mrs Priscella Dohon ey Mr T R Iorrison the sheriff of Russell county is riding daily and when court opens next month his work will be up He is never behind with his business All my notes and accounts are now due If you do not like to receive a statement by mail call and settle asI must collect all debts at once 4w W L WALKEU The Stave Company at this place shut down business for this week inI order to give the teamsters time to haul the large accumulation of jointed worL from the yard Wo will shoe your horse as follows One shoe for The Two for 30e or four for 55c We use the best shoes and nails Satisfaction guaranteed Monnlsox TInos Mr J D Pelly entertained quite a number of young people on the 27th in honor of his daughter Miss Arlie who celebrated her birthday It was a delightful affair and very much enjoy ed I have now commenced sending out dun or statements if you receive one it means you owe me and I want it I gave you time to come and settle he fore sending a dun W L Walker Mr W W Durham a prominent citizen of Taylor county died JastI weex He was only sick fortyeight hours He was the proprietor of the dry goods store al Coburg this county Clearance sale at Walkers is now in progress all the remnants odds and end of our stock have been put together and marked at a price that will sell them quick do not wait come now V desire to thankour many friends and neighbors for the great kindness shown us in our late bereavement Mary S Montgomery and family Joppa Ky- Frank Sinclair will pay you good prices for Eggs Chickens Ducks Tur keys Feathers Meat Lard CornI Wheat Flour and any other produce He will sell you goods as cheap as any oneBid Lawrence Williams reached Campbcllsville 1 a s Thursday and Sunday following preached his first sermon as pastor of the Christian church that city He is an excellent man and we predict his flock will be well pleased with him Mr H C Bottom Perryville passed through here yesterday morning with 32 head of cattle for which he paid upon an average 32400 ahead He purchased the most of them from Mr JD Sharp Auiandavllle Dr C M Russell was called to CanrIbellsville last Thursday to stse a daugh ter of JW Coffey whci was dangerously ill with pneumonia Frank Si whir has tWO daseri mensI andboys over oaLs to sell at coat tiT sd15 tedlw cKfcte to sell at lethiu ooatu i w Born to the wife of A C Jeffries on the 22nd a son Born to the wife of Wm Grider on the 29th a daughter IFor sale 50 head of one and two year Call on or address G W Brockman Amandaville Ky Circuit court will commence at Jamestown the third Monday in next month The docket is said to be light I will pay 5 cts per pound for chick ens and hens bring me what you have to sell W L Walker Hogs are looking np and it Is Balda great many have bocn purchased on Crocus Cumberland county recently If you have a god horse mult or any good stock sec A Ihinn who will buy and pay a fair price Mr A Hunn and Mr John B Cof foy have been on the Danville market for the past week selling fancy horses and mules I have jUst measured and marked down a lot of raerunts of carpets and mattings which I will sell low W L Walker Mrs Jo Roseniield entertained quite a number of ladies and gentlemen last Thursday night There were music charades etc We understand that Mr D H But ler will add a millinery department to his store which will be conducted by Miss Tlnnie l walt Mr Ed Garnet who recently remov ed to Hickory PJaiues Ark writes to a friend that he is getting along spleu didly at his new home The jury Commissioners appointed by Judge Jones at the term of court just closed were Messrs Geo Nell Ed Hughes and W F Neat All the school money is in the hands of Superintendent Jones and the teachers arc being paid as fast as they call at the office Mr W C Smith Cane Valley sold last week to Piison Smith two mules for 5125 also 17 sheep to Alvin Bridg water at 400 per head There is task of the ladies of the Pre brterJan church giving an enter tainment oil the evening of the 22d of February Washingtons birthday A young morn connected with the News was the recipient of delightful danties yesterday morning They were just as sweetlike the fair donor MONTPELIER Miss Labina Turner was visiting the family of Washington Bloyd near Crocus last Monday Rev Geo Groves is conducting a series of meetings at Mt Zion this week assisted by Revs Johnston Ab rel and Collins IJo Collins sold to Hershel Bloyd of Russell county a mare for 50 Mr Robt Wilson a former citizen of Casey county has rented Judge W T Sharps farm and has moved to it L V Turner bought recently nine heed of calves from different parties i paying 100 far the lot Mr G M Stevenson is making preparations to build a uow dwelling house A free for all fight occurred on Mel sons ridge last Saturday in which sev eral were slightly injured Porter Aaron bought ofOG Brown a cow f9r25 To Cure A Cold In One Day rake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refunded the lIl lteIlt tiI Wk ucure E1V GruvbsMa s sitaei k + x fh i 9- Tt BREVITIES OF FUN The MaiuYes George but you must ask papas consent The Man You ask him You know him bet ter than I doN Y Journal Maxim How did Tweeter be have under fire Did he shrink GatlingNo T dont know as he shrank but he evidently tried to make himself as small as he could Boston Transcript An Expressive TermMr Pitt Why is heavy selling of stocks called liquidation Mr Penn MrPenn I think itmust be because the process squeezes the water out of them Pittsburgh ChronicleTele graphItaly favors the open door re marked Mrs Snaggs who had been reading about the American proposals regarding China It must be warm er in Italy than it is here commented Mr Snaggs Pittsburgh Chron icleTelegraphTen How did he come to be killed Cactus CalObhe was careless about his gun Ten De FooteDidnt know it was loaded eh Cactus CaluNo Bethought it was when it wasnt an he drawed on Chaparral Charlie fore he see his mistakePhiladelphia PressI Are you engaged said a gentle cQuntrrdanceflashingeyesbutif thatPete Thomp son thinks Im going to sit here and see him squeeze that frecklefaced Wilkins girls hand all evening hell be mistaken diamond or no die mondOhio State Journal Last year in Vienna S L Mark Twain sat talking with Scotch barrister named Guthrie Do you ever smoke asked Mr Clemens of Mr Guthrie Yes Mr Clemens replied Mr Guthrie when I am bad company You are a lawyer arent you Mr Guthrie Yes am Ah said Mr Clemens yo must be a heavy smoker THE MIND OF THE MOB People Who Risk Their All on One Futile Chance Some one has said that ifa gun were placed on Sandy Hook with a guaranty that one man out of every 10000 consenting to be fired from itsImuzzle would survive and at once come a millionaire while the other 9Q99 would perish applications for places in the gun wouldbe filled years ahead and the gun would be kept hot from continuous firing The author of this statement might have omitted the guaranty The only assurance needed to collect a mob of applicants would be the unsupported statement on flaming posters that the ten thousandth man would live and be a millionaire Thinking of the joys of the millionairesbip the mob wouldnot stop to investigate the truth or falsity of the statement It would not consider the great odds It wouldmerely say How nice if I should come out alive How fine if I should become a millionaire Fora concrete example of this char acteristic of the mob mind one need only look at the recent epidemic of fake banking schemes exposed in New 0 York city Notably the pioneer among these was a syndicate the head of which offered to pay 520 per cent interest on deposits He offered no security Good judgment said such interest could not be paid and the wiser ones knew that it would bankrupt the nations of the earth Yet that strange trait of mind which would send men flocking to be fired out of the hypothetical cannon brought them to the syndicate in question They saw nothing but the desirability of the fulfillment of the stoppedtoanswered their own question But how fine if he only can What if he couldOne saw exhibited the same strange phase of mind which sends men to the longbairandnounce a mysterious cureall revealed SquawMedicine phase of mind which makes men play games where the odds are all with the liouse which impels them to commit exposuredisI grace Common sense experience and mathematics all unite in saying impossiblenutHow fine if it should come out all right Then the step is taken There is only one conclusion The mob mind bases its belief not upon reason but upon desire It desires to believe that marvelous results will fol low certain investment that miracu Ions recovery will come from the med icines ofa quack that escape from the cons1ttences of crime is possible and desiring it believes and belie 1 ing it acts Lconidas Hubbard Jr in Saturday Evening Post IS YOUR CLOCK RIGHT Some Cbsanratioao Suggested by Fre y I qacntly Repeated Query s One of the things I have learned rinthe course of my experience said t I 0 peopledontiiiy clock rightf This is a queslioli that- 4e I it1ismen l a stare though that would be some thing unusual but as a rule nos men think well of their clocks and they resent the question more orless in their heart if they dont in word or manner Doesnt every man think his own watch is a good timekeeper He It may be a cheap watch that docsI dollars or five dollars or one but be thinks its a good one A i cheap watches are better nowadays than they used to be but each man thinks hes got the still remarkable exceptional watch that really is a wonder And the clock owner thinks the same of his clock Whetherits the jewelry store the bakery or th butchers th ey all resent the question Is your clock right The question implies in some vague indefinite way the idea of an assumption of superiority on the pa of the questioner for does it nob sug gest inferiority at least on the part of the other mans clock And no man likes it My conclusion is that nobody should ask the question idly not at all in fact unless something itnbe really a matter of impor tance for you to know then you may quesrYSun Germany imports onethird of the wheat consumed there PRINTING WITHOUT INK New Use to Which Electricity Will Soon Be Put haveasix considerable space to the discussion of printing without ink a subject which whoinare n they be papermakers printers or pub isuan an trical process the patents covering which have been acquired by an English corporation From what can be gathered from the various printed accounts the printing by this method is effected without the use of ink in any form by simply bringing the plate in con tact with chemically dampened pa mateIpression the density of which can be varied as desired The print obtained by this process resembles in clearness a copperplate or litho engraving and is obtained in a more simple manner than by letterpress printing The ordinary printers type blocks forms stereotypes or eleotrotypes constitute in themselves a suitable printing sur face and may be used in a similar way merely coming into contactwith printThe per which make it susceptible to the electric current are to be added to the pulp and are said to be so cheap as to cause no appreciable increase in cost bykeepingto the printer in the usual form of flat reams and in reels It is the in tention of the patentees to grant li censes on moderate terms to paper makers so that there will be no necessity for changing the usual source of supply The whobadopt electrical printing will be primarily in the cost of the ink and in time and labor It is claimed that allprinting press es now in use can be adaptedat n small cost for electrical inkless printing The only changes will be to leave off the rollers andall movable parts of the inking arrangements fit a thin sheet of fine rolled zinc around the cylinder as a conductor connect the negative and positive poles from the electrical supply of the press and it is ready to print The same elec tric motor that drives the printing press will also supply the current for printingPublishers Weekly A Village in Three Counties The village of Stokendburch on the Chiltern Hills is in an anomalous position For parliamentary pur poses it is in Oxfordshire forthe pur poses of the poorlaw and local government it is in Bucks while recent ly it was placed in the district cfWal lingford which is in Berkshire PEAT BOGS IN SWEDEN Await an Inventive Genius Who Will Make Them Valuable Mr H Steinmetz engineer in the department of agriculture Sweden recently gave an interesting lecture peatisutilized ptadefromfact that the peat bogs in Sweden many of them eight to tenyards deep cover an areaofabout 8G480Kacres A paper factory employing 100 men would consume yearly he said a peatbog area of about 15 acres to Evenifused yearly by such a factory there- wouldbeenoush peat foran industry employing 100000 men for from 3000 to 4 000 years The Swedish manufacturers of papers do not hc lieve that paper can be made out of put tttTb Ati6EtiCr7mA dttttl1i b toSd tblt U cmWt t ttettb 11 matsfi t ages The forests here and else encroacht try wherefore it would be a source of great economical advantage if this in woodIj butIi i a respect gens way to utilize the peat bogs in Sweden whether the contents of some arts I made into paper cloth or a substitute for coalChicago Record StockeA simple method of getting rid of superfluous obsolete railway rolling foundryyin railwayrtcompany The only part of the cart worth saving was the metal and the problem was to separate it from the timber at small cost Two inclines were built and two trains of cars were released at the top of the incline andallowed to collide at the bottom The wreck was then burned and the iron collected A Dog Trained by Thieves A mastiff was trained to assist thieves in Paris It was in the habit of bounding against old gentlemen and knockingthem over in the street Alady and gentlemanowners- of the dog would then step forward to assist the unfortunate pedestrian to rise and while doing so wouldease him of his watch and purse Blindness of Love Love is temporarily blindbut selflove is incurably so Chicago Daily News Careless Use of Gasoline Gasoline was responsible for 185 fires in Chicago during 1899 A CHEMICAL PENCIL Interesting Experiment That Will Furnish an Evenings Amusement Here is a chemical experiment any boy or girl may try which is entertaining inexpensive and without dan ger Take a saturated solution of nitrate of potash saltpeter and with a quill pen or fine brush draw any picture de sign or words upon a piece of white absorbent paper The lines should be well separated and the entire subject coarsely drawn in outline When dry the lines will be nearly invisible but if one of them be touchedwith the glowing end of an extinguished match a spark of fire willrun through the paper following the lines already traced and cutting out the design as with an invisible knife This experiment is explained by the chemical constitution of the salt peter The salt contains a large amount of oxygen EO loosely com bined that it readily leaves the nitrogen and potash and unites with the carbon of the paper when heated to the point of ignition The heat developed by the combustion is not sufficient to ignite the paper except where it has been saturated with the oxygengiving salt and so the spark of fire which is really only an indication of a violent chemicalreaction follows the lines previously traced If an actual flame was brought in con I tact with the paper of course the whole would be consumed but the heat of the glowing charcoal is just I sufficient to start the combustion by the aid of the oxygen in the saltpeter IB Golden Days The gymnasium work alone would Hardly account for the improved physical condition of college women but taken in connection with the sys tem of rational athletics which pre vails at almost all these institutions it has made a noble record The time may come if in fact it is not already here when instead of fearing tbat the daughter of the family will be broken down by overstudy and graduate with a mental equip ment gained at the expense of a weakened body she will be sent to one of these institutions as much to strengthen her physique as to im prove her mind Bicycling swim ming skating tennis golf basket ball boating and other formsof healthfuloutofdoor exercise that keeps the muscles firm and the nerves well braced are working wonders for the present generation of youngwom en and this influence is extending out from the colleges and having its influence upon less pretentious educa tional institutions and upon the so cial life generally We are inclined to think that the womens colleges furnish the most ra tional athleticism that is to be seen anywhere and that the mens colleges might accept pointers from them Overstrenuousness is avoided and thee ambition of the students U satis fied with veildeveloped physiques and abounding health They do not pointThey suIts They lay the foundations splendid womanhood instead of dis counting the future broert I preparingnfor hall nineBoatnnTraeabL n r I FARMERS HOME HOTEL G w COLE CLERK JOHN BUSfiS TvIg1 Hotheads o Largest and Best 5100 it the State vacEr Jlodern 3 trnreninieee 0ll 4WW22 E Market LOUJ3Y1LLH KY u PATTERSON HOTEL JKTUSeSTOWN I Y er place cat be found than at tht above named hotel It new elegantl furnished and theta ble at all times sup plied with the bas the market affords Feed Stable 111 coi neetionJ PERSON Proprietor CTI 1VG IL C rnn IsNTvfs n V in JOHNSTON vI ivix STEAM Ii LAUNDRY i tic yr 7i t AND B7STH ROOT S p- v WliJOiIX3JXPfOp LEBANO KY i- IS yr y- 71c 0 N- j7Js york from Adair Russell Groan and Taylor counties solict q REED ea MILLER AGENTS eee j KaOK IE K3K 3eKKasereereev3 se rirII Fifth Rvzmz Mel PIKE CAMPBELL MANAGER yj MOST CENTRALLY LOCATED AND BEST CON 1 D 1M si 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E O E MOO DV c0a oflpBliid Sash Mf Dealers in Rough aqdBFossedtaiteS- TKIF23fl tVS A SPECIALTY We make all our own works and it is superior to No them work Estimates furnished on request Ninth St near Broadway LOUISVILLE KY i 1 i U 1Fi Z toY r rE 1 n- n ter tsQ Ii C C E E 1 VM V TUB BEST OD WORK FREE COINAC I AT 16 TO I r i iI 1E 7C7iS4 LrTw II ATTHE LOWEST m I ONLY 100 IPER YEAR 1 P7tjC S I 5 5 I i HE m mJIntIc Latest 1rili to 11t Type I i viiC71C71 71 v I i 6ooooooaooeoZoogaZa 11 S8 Browns Hotel oQ cog r 9 4e o 0 v ftqf 6 0ceSPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEKl i4 Ii Mr Brown was formerly of the 7th Avenue Htfl Elegant 0e- o e suit of rooms for families Take blue car to 71 and Jyffer eo son down one square 41IY 4+ oi vg 0 eoomoeeooooooooeooooo0o 04 49G0eo0400 ono OCP89000 dOOf 06000490000bOM906499oA8A4040G000880a iOt E ha0949 VI ors ICnLa AMERICAN PLAN t1 to S1I PER DAY 3 Q2FR6N EC1CERT fIIU1cgcr r ECKERTiO1Lr 53U533 Market St Louisviileiy r L4 m 7 BASH BALL HEADQUARTERSrG r L OPEN DiY HD NIGHT j JIIJ 7I r Trade of Adair and adjoining counties seated i r ry y w rr0 r vvrr rurwwvrm7ini i1 7f 7i1717 C ifi1C7f iIIi7ai K 71 COCAPROPRIETORS tl8YOF Tir Lebanon oS Marile s lTorRs LEBANON KYJManufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of r MARBLE ANDflil i ATlrfl I S i C1JfL I tn1111lT l 3 z6i S PRICES LOW WOKiK GUjED5KSpecial attention given to cemetery work PrlcesSMlian ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry woriich as f undations fronts etc IT Will F JEFFRIES Local AgeColnnrbia Ky I III Cue1 the Pint Syns of Hoaka Woman Is t NERVOljNESSDid a cause for this malady ikWomen Nervous nets In the inner Of some WhitesPainftileither of which wlll dce Nervousness nuo its diatressin G Ft u you use- GerstlosIIIIlty Panacea Female rued eA R you wilI very soon be otServousness and all other female s as well This famous tonio led cases which have been clans YoucanbocurnfcouseolGFP 1sWithand occasional wh e I Also artpalnltation s bad Icannot rcit havouze vanousf maSeremedic fgtrmo Ryour C F Pit use tlan oreGaireo of chargoEregarding treatment write to a HEALTHCare CI1 I oera Tenn- ForSiele Vby T F Paull Druggist Colulnbit NoW is the time to su e for the- Adair County 1Ve ws Th oat widely I red pftp t iii thIS p111f iftht i- LI t