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Digital page images are linked to the text file. syi4 7S- r A r tt + l I r1 k iito P t V WHM ADAIRUOe r e VOLUME 3 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1900 NUIvIBER 25 ljtfrU lICB DnICTOitY- Jdt RusaoJ Postmaster Oleliourj weekdays 700 a taOpm rt6t tiuii CowRTThres sesslom a yeuThirdI ji 1lu January third Monday in lay and th dandy in September Ju jVf ncs Co iowaweaith s AttoraeyN W Aaron ShcriffJ W Hurt ClerJao B Coffey t eachinoathttiOtlVTY of judge J W Butler County Attorney Jas Gs melt Jr CkT R Smlts jailerS H Mitchell Assessor Q A BradshawcoSurveyorR T School SuptW D Jones Coroner Leonard Fletcher 31TY CooBTRegular court second Monday In ach month t- adgeJ W Akins vorney Gordon tontlomeryo of CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN IIURKSVILLE STJIEETUCT T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at9 a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST t BUBKSVILIK STBEET Rev J L Kilgore pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sun dayschool every Sabbath at 9am Prayert mtttUng Thursday night BAPTIST GHEESSBCBO STBEETRCV E W Barnett ta ur Services third Sunday beach month ed a Id1yechol every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer aiming Tuesday night CHRISTIAN c iMPBBLtsviLLE PIER Eder L Williams Pjuior Services second Sunday in each mi ath Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 am Prayer meeting Wednesday night I LODGES t tj MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE o SO F and AMRegu lar meeting In their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon In each month Q A KEMP WM Tlt STULTS Sccj COLOMBIA CHAPTER R A M No 7 meets first Monday night In each month J O RUSSELL H P T K Blulls Secretary y rConover Hotel JOHN N CONOVER Proprietor Co umbiaco Kentucky 41 HIS Hotel is one of the best In this I section of the State Itis a large ew brick containing twentyeight ooms all elegantly furnished Good oample rooms and the table is sup plied with the best provisions the country affords Rates very reasonable Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0j yThe above Hotel has been re- tted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable cod sample room Feed stable at hed COMMERCIAL HOTEL JANIESTOWN1KY HOLT VAUGHAN I Proprietors 0above named hotel was recently opened Tdud has had a fine run from the start Mrs Uolt looks after the department and sers that the table Is supplied at all wln the very best the market affords The proprietors are attentive and very polite to gB vte sample rooms and the building La Sonvenlcnt the business houses First class livery attached to the hotel Terms very Seasonable Suuif1C I This thoroughbred Poland China boar will stand for 100 or a pig at veaniuir time Will be found at W IK Hudson It pays to breed to the best i4efztY fiudson- a eadacheand dizziness are quid cured by Morlcys Littlo Liver Pills fBiliQits People They arouse the Torpid river orkofI tho BILE and cure ConsUpattpnV Ono a dose Sold by IV M Bell Joppa Ky i 5 i M 1 ryC G flDfllR FISGftL 60URTS- QEUIFK 141 i I SETTLEMENT OF TAXlE9Si A Mltli niiiil of iLl counts of f AV 43 Hurt Sheriff of Artuir county Ken P turky of the collections and disburse 47 neat inailj by him of the taxes lev at the October term 1808 of the Adair Fiscal Court for the purpose of settling the current expenses of 49 Adair county for the year of 1898 53 At the regular October term 1809 the Adair Fiscal court I was by an 54 order of said court appointed a Commissioner and directed by said order to 50 make a settlement with J W Hurt Sheriff of Adair County of his ac 57 unts of the collections and disburse eats made by him of the taxes levied 58 bysaid Court at Its October term 1898 to be collected and paid to the 59 creditors of said county by said Sheriff during the year of 1899 In accordance CO with said order I did on the 24th day March 1900 call on saidjSheriff and 01 make a settlement of said accounts 62 with him 1 first charged him with the total 63 number of tithes or poll tax listed by the Assessor for taxation for the year 04 1699 at 8150 each I also charged him with the poll tax of four persona1 at G5 150 which the Assessor had failed to list but which had since been reported CO listed and the tax collected by said Sheriff 1 then charged him with 07 twentytwo and onehalf cents oc each 810000 worth of taxable property of 09 the county as listed and assessed by said Assessor and equalized and certifi 70 w the clerk for advalorem taxation for said year 1 also charged him with 71 22J the ad valorem taxes on each rloo worth of taxable property which said 72 Assessor had failed to list but which had since been reported listed and the 73 taxes collected thereon by said Sheriff then charged him with the franchise 74 tax as certified by the Auditor to the wooly court clerk as taxes for said 85 year on the hank of Columbia and the Green River Telephone Company I then charged him with G per cent penalty on all the tuxes which were co- llectable but were uncollected on the 1st day of January 1900 all of which made the debits of J W Hurt Sheriff to Adair County as follows to wit DEBITS to 3171 tithes assesses and returned by the Assessor at 150 each 4708 50 to 4 tithes which the Assessor failed to list but were listed K by the Sheriff and the tax collected at 8150 each G 00 to advalorem tax on 8159417700 worth of taxable property which was listed by the Assessor supervised equalized and certified for taxation at 221 cents on each 10000 thereof 3580 89 to advalorem tax on 8500 worth of taxable which the 1Assessorwhich was listed by the Sheriff and the taxes collected thereon at 221 cents on each 10000 thereof 221 00 to 6 per cent penalty on Sot taxes which was collecta ble but not collected prior to the V t day of January 1900 24 00 to the franchise tax on the Bank of Columbia as certified by the Auditor for taxation 72 12 to the franchise tax on the Green Iljver Telephone Co as certified for taxation 60 to the franchise tax on the Adair and Russell Telephone Co as certified for taxation 84 total debits 8401 22 CREDITS I was then shown a large number of certificates of orders of allowance to various persons in various sums made by the Adair Fiscal Court at itsApril term 189S and its October term 1898 and ordered by said court that they be paid out the levy as above set out and which had been paid to the ownI ers of same by said sheriff and his deputies and by which I gave him credit as follows No 2 To Bradshaw S Jones for pauper cofllns 13 50 4 to J F Neat assgnee of Jun iiis Holt for voting house 2 50 11 To R L Davis sheriff of election 2 55 17 to archie Collins sheriff of election 2 04 18 to E W Burton judge of election 2 00 20 to E W Burton furnishing furnishing paupers 25 00 21 to E W Burton furnishing pauper 42 50 29 to W A Wilson judge of election 2 00 30 to W A Wilson judge of electionY00 31 to 1 1 nghcs Coffey furnishing pauper 26 00 32 to Ilughcs Coffev furnish ing pauper 2 2v 33 to Hughes Coffey furnish ing pauper 17 92 34 to Hughes S Coffey furnish log pauper Ir 52 00 30 to R M Tucker judge of election 200 John R Murrell judge of lyrelection 2 oO 38 to W F Grant Judge of election 2 00 40 II Wilson voting husc 3 CO I 9 to J M Wilson voting house 3 oO 42 to James Frankum clerk of election 2 00 to James Frankum clerk of election 2 00 to Horace Jeffries clerk of election 2 oo 18 to George Robertson juror in road case 1 50 to G W Robertson judge of election 2 00 to J M Perryman judge of election 2 00 to Milton Judd judge of election 2 00 to C R Eoyse judge of election 2 00 to J C Dunbar sheriff of election 3 20 to W P Chelf judge of election 2 00 tor A Turner assignee of H Webb sheriff of election 2 50 to T W Dowell sheriff of election 3 04 to A Lby judge of election 2 00 to H C Walker judge of electIon 2 00 to H C Walker for pauper collins 3 00 to A J Stotts sheriff of election 2 00 to W S Griflln judge of election 2 00 to Plner Harvey Jr judge of election 2 00 toLC Hindman judge of election 2 00 to E T Keltner judge of election 2 00 to C B Epperson clerk of election 2 00 to S L Coffey j clerk of elec tion 2 00 to Matthew Taylor judge of election 2 00 to J C Potts judge of election 2 00 to C JT Tuiplett juror in road case 1 50 F W Miller clerk of elec tion 2 00 100 to Shelby Tarter furnish ing pauper 104 00 150 to J T Burton judge of election 2 00 160 to P Ar Cundiff judge of election 2 oO 101 to P Nelson judge of elec tion 2 00 1G5 to John Young voting house 1 50- ICO to John Young for voting house 100 7 to George R Akins road commissioner 4 50 170 to S Montgomry judge of election 2 00 171 to W F Sanders judge of election 2 00 173 to H K Walker Judge of election 2 oO 175 to T J Patten judge of 8election170 to G C Coomer judge of election 2 00 17 to G C Coomer judge of election 2 00 t9 to T A Kemp judge of election 2 00 180 to T A Kemp judge of election 2 00 181 to E T Willis chairs for courthouse 2 50 183 to1Y II Russell judge of election 2 00 189 to W H Williams clerk of election 2 oo 190 to E C Murrell clerk of election 1 oo 192 to I C Harmon sheriff of election 2 8u 194 to Geo H Nell clerk of election 2 oo 195 to G H Nell clerk of elec tion 2 oo 196 to G H Nell votiug house 5 oo 197 to M Cravens judge of election 2 oo 198 to T W Montgomery jue of election 2 oo 203 to G T Flowers judge of election 2 oo- 2ol to G T Flowers judge of of election 2 oo- 2o5 C O Moss sheriff of elec Lion 27o 2oG to Robert Conover juror in road case 1 5o 210 to W S Pickett clerk of election 2 oo 218 to W B Patteson clerk of election 2 00 757 to C M Brooding assignee of if P Redman pauper cof fin 3 oo 750 to C M Breeding assignee of W D Jones services as school superintendent 175 oo 758 to C M Breeding assignee of C C Bault furnishing pau per 13 oo 759 to C M Breeding assignee M R Yarberry services as deputy sheriff 4 oo- 7Co to CM Breeding assign ee of Frodge S Skive furnish- Ing panper 12 5o 701 td W 6 MurrcHs Admr assignee of J H Warmack serving road orders Coo 763 to C M Breeding assign ee of W A Jackman juror in road case 1 Co 704 to C M Breedin assignee of Z T Taylor services as pooru house keeper 78 82 707 to C M Breeding assignee aof L L Murrell services as school supt 175 00 7C9 10 Z T Williams assignee of Maria J Wakefleld keepa log pauper i 16 olt 770 to J P Beard assignee of Reed Coffey furnishing pauper cotlins 7 00 772 to W O Nunells adrnr assignee of William Biggs services as justice 6 00 773 to W O Murrells adw assignee of J M William services as justice 0 00 774 to W O Murrells admrv assignee of W H Kemp hrvices as justice G 00 775 to W O MurrelPs admr assignee of T F Gowen set vices as justice 6 00 776 to W O MurrelPs adrar assignee of W C Wolford services as justice 6 00 777 to W VO Murrells admr assignee of W C Loy services as justice 6 00 778 to Z T Williams assignee of J W Hurt services as sheriff 47 50 770 to Z T Williams assignee of J W Hurt tax receipt book 22 75 780 to W O MnrrelPs admr assignee ot John Eubank ser vices as justice 6 00 782 to Z T Williams assignee of Bradley S Gilbert file box es cir clerks office 15 15 784 to J P Beard assignee of A A Strange publishing list of claims 8 56 7SG to J H Judd assignee of Z T Gabbart medical atten tion to paupers 3 50 787 to Z T Williams assignee- of S L Bennett services as juror 1 50 788 to W O MurrelPs admr assignee of R T McCnffrce surveying road 1200 789 to Z T Williams assignee of Junius Hancock services- as county judge 106 00 790 to Z T Williams assignee of U L Taylor clerk of elec thou 2 00 792 to C M Breeding assignee of R C Eubank house to vote in 5 00 591 to Z T Williams assignee of U L Taylor voting bouce 3 00 793 to N H Moss assignee of J R Parncll clerk of election 2 00 794 to Z T Williams assignee of J M Traylor judge of election 2 00 795 to W B Hendrickson fur nishing pauper 15 50 799 to J C Bault sheriff of election 2 48 801 to J A Wheeler assignee of W M Brummitt juror in road case 1 50 802 to J A Wheeler juror in road case 1 50 803 to Z T Williams assignee of J A Coffey juror in road case 4 50 804 to J R Tutt voting house 2 00 05 to C M Breeding assignee or S P Hayes juror in road case 150 808 to J A Wheeler assignee of Nimrod Roach commissioner in road case 4 50 809 to J A Wheeler assignee- of Geo Curry juror in road case 150 810 to C M Breeding assignee of John Stilts chain carrier in road case 200 811 to C M Breeding assignee of Alex Stilts chain carrier in road case 2 00 812 to G B Breeding cash paid for road 10 60 815 to C O Moss sheriff of election 2 64 816 to Z T Williams assignee- of I1 It Stults services as county clerk 107 61 817 to Z T Williams assignee of T R Stults recording school census report 50 00 818 to Z T Williams assignee of T R Stults clerk of Fis cal court 6 00 820 to Hughes S Coffey voting house 2 00 843 to J P Beard assignee of C S Hdrrls publishing sheriffs settlement 34 60 51oJ P Beard assignee ofJ B Watson boarding prison ers 20 50 846 to U L Taylor assignee of Matilda Melson fur pauper 52 00 847 to J P Miller Son furnishing pauper C 57 849 to J P Miller Son fur nishing pauper 2G 00 850 to S P Miller pauper cofiin 3 00 851 toSP Miller medicine to pauper 3 80 852 to U L Taylor asssignee of W T GrIssom services as health ojllcer 30 00 853 to Glover Breeding assignee of Wm Firquip judge of the election 0 2 00 859 to Glover Breeding assigneeI of Frank Parsons sheriff of election 2 80 860 to J P Beard assignee of E F Taylor medical attenton to pauper 6 00 861 to J P Ecard assignee of Campbell Bros fur pauper 9 00 867 to J P Beard assignee of Frodge Shlvesfur pauper 13 00 886 to N H Moss assignee of Wllmore S7 Moss fur pauper 186 03 074 to Dr U L Taylor jail physician 51 25 079 to C M Breeding assineeof Ell Bailey conveying pauper 2 oo 880 to N H Moss visiting poor 071CONTINUED ON FOUUT1I PAtiKJ t BereWe fire Again Q We liavo just returned from market and our store is full of bargains for cash buyers We handle dry goods t Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Groceries Hard ware Farm Harness Queensware In fact everything kept in a general store In or der to show what we can do for you will quote you a few prices at random Ladies Kid Gloves 50c per per Ladies and Misses Cloth Gloves lOc per pair Meusa Cloth Gloves 5c per pair Ribbon 8 inches wide 2c yd Calico 4 arid 5c per yd Pearl Buttons 5c per dozen Ladies Mens and Childrens Hose 5c perpair Ladies Corsets 25c Ladies Vests 5c v Mens all Linen Cuffs 15c per pair i 0 Mens and Ladies Belts lOc Mens and Ladies Belts lOc Mens Brogan shoes whole stock 85c Ladies Button shoes 50c I Misses Slippers 85c Boys Hats 5c Mens Fur Hilts 50c Box Paper 5c Mens Black Lustre Coats 506 Boys 8 piece suit 150 Boys Black Lustre coats 25c Other bargains too numerous to mention Give us a call and you will not regret it iughes Goffeg fioritef Now is the time to subscribe for the Adair County News The most widely read paper in this part of the State A BLAIR lUVINK ULAn A BLAIR SON DE- ALEHSIFERTILIZERS Columbia Kentucky 0We handle the Dissolved Bone Soluble Bone Potash and the Eagle Phospate the very best brands CA1VIPBEIili CO ft DtII If you need a good Corn Drill strictly reliable the CAMPBELL will eiiit you in every particular I have as good cultivators as are on the market My line of SADDLES AND HARNESS is complete and I propose to sell on as close a margin as good business will per mit I carry a stock of as good Buggies as was ever brought to this town THE FISHER BUGGY used and admired everywhere Give me a call before buying J W JACKMAN w s ss0eoo eo i oe ese GEORGE LEE H F 1ULKB N PROPSo s I Columbia and GampOsllsville swos Line I 0This is one of the best lines in the State Comfortable coaches strong fust horses and a careful driver y TIMELeaves Columbia at 5 a m meets train at Camp S bellsville and arrives in Columbia at 700 p m Daily ex V cept Sundayoe i 0 NiglTGradt Watches Fm for Examinafim aid Apprml THE MEW CENTLCUAKS WATCH tit else the popular ap to date site 1st cl 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orkerColumbia Ky ft J ti 11 an kind of woiLjJu my Hue aici if you need re pairing done on yjur Wagons Buggies or Farm Implements remember me I keep for sale wagon and buggy tires rims spokes and all kinds of bolts My prices art right and satis faction guaranteed Give me a call Newly Furnished American Plan Le Per Day 3lic 9Sosfcrs 3otcf MEALS 25c 523 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER flRr Wilmore Hotel W M WII IOliE Prop Gradyville a Kentucky ut HERE is no better place to sU hottGoodtable Rates very reasonable Fetstable attached GORDON MONTGOMERY t Qi l1 tllt1 lW COLUMBIA KYaWill practice in Adairand adjoining counties Collections specialty 3TOfllce up stairs over PaulPs dru store DR M 0 SALLEE 4 DEN1S Careful attention given to me chanical and preothrte dentistry and dental surger- yOFiICEOver Hughes Coffey a Hunter COLUMBIAKY flanflarilHareGo LOUISVILLE KY c Your trade is Solicited anti Satis faction Guaranteed Represented by W S HILL CAMPB grALYILLE KY Now is Tils Tm to REPAIR HOUSES o Do not allow your h 0 ti e to injure for the lack of GntterinlS or a Leaking Roof gST I mak Roofiig aikl autt rig u special- tyII prepared to do any kind c r repairwork in my line Iul good material anti do my work s bedrock prices Call on me L V HALL Columbia Tiunor fteinaUe insurance G or HARTFORD CONN CHARTERED 1Q2O Assets 54000000 Surplus 800000 0The Aetna will write you a 15Pa ment Life Policy for the same or a le v rate than other firstclass company will write you a 20 Payment LI Policy thereby guaranteeing to sa you 5 full premiums od 5 years in tin On the basis of equal cost the ETN v GUARANTEES more Insurance greater extensions greater cash at loan values and greater paidup vc ues at the end of equal periods of Unit than any other companyJPolicies at ter one year Nonforfeitable after two years on limited pay policies The LOWEST RATES of any first class company For further Information call on 01 I iHdress V p JONES Agent Columbia Ky V iri ti t UB 1 M K l N T Ir JAMES nELL JrojirJeror- I t LEBANON KY I This stand Is located near the depot and meals are furnished at all hours at 25 cents per meal The best s 0 eatables the country affords Ele gant sitting rooms for ladles f f THH ADAIR COUNTY HEW8 Published t er1 Wednesday B1 Tttis Adair Bounty News 60t INCORPORATED C2IAB 8 HARRIS Editor A Democratic newspaper devoted to theinte- ests of the city of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia PostotBce as second class man matter sUnSCRIPTtN RATES ONEYBAR tl six MONTHS 1iOC STRICTLY IN ADVANCE IDVCRTISING RATES Loco otlces ten cents per line for first in- section andlflve cents per line for each subse quent Insertion DISPLAY ADS Space I TTt x3Io 3To 6 Xo 1 Yr IInch M iC0 2C0 300 1 00 Inches 7s ISO 300 700 3 Inches 100 200 400 600 10 00 4 Inches 1 25 2 50 5 00 7 50 12 50 5 Inches 1 60 3 00 6 U 10 00 15 00 Col 300 600 1200 2010 3000 Ji Col 4 SO 9 00 IS Of 30 00 45 01 1 Col 000 12 00 24 Oo 40 00 60 60 There will be no departure from these rates jinder any circumstances WEDNESDAY APR 25 Floods in the lower Mississippi Valleys have done much damage to property Col W D Colson seems to have a clear case of self defense in the schooling of Scott LATEnHe was acquitted Saturday A bill has been introduced in the United States Senate to grant n pension of 50 a month to Gen Longstreet as a Mexican veteran Charley Finley says he will not return to Kentucky until his case is called but that he will return then He might come before he should be ready The Franklin county grand ju ry has not been at work on the as- Bissinatioii case for several days the Commonwealths Attorney be ing engaged in the Colson murder trial Republicans went up Salt river in Louisiana last week Democrats carried every parish in the State excepting two and elected every officer in the state xcept 2 sheriffs 4 police judges and 53 magistrates Expansion where art thou The Republican State Convention at Montgomery Ala last week split wide open in an atempt to organize The Sergeantsat arms of the two factions had a light and one was shot and seri ttsly wounded Two delegations QO to the National Convention The Louisville Post urges the Republicans to organize early and y so doing the Democratic party r Kentucky can be wiped from the face of the earth Democrats should take warning for Dickey Knott is It bulger He thinks since the Post has supplanted the Commercial for Republican favor that he is the whole thing The Republicans of Tennessee Split wide open ill their Coiiven tion last week in Nashville andas n result two Conventions were held two State tickets were nominated and two sets of delegates will go to the city of brotherly love The Republicans are split ing from Amsterdam to Skedad die in this good year of expan sion imperialism and trusts It id reported that Mrr S Tayor has been indicted as an accessory to the murder of Governor Wm Goebel but no warrant for his arrest hus been issued We do not know how this is but as others have been indicted for this crime and accused of conspiring with W S Taylor and others we cannot see how one could go free and the others indicted Webster said murder w Hout Next Monday the Supreme Court will begin an investigation of the Kentucky muddle The question before the Court will be that of jurisdiction and each side is allow ed a short time to present argument If the court decides that it ions no jurisdiction in this matter then the battle will be a thing of the past and Mr Beckham wiil botho lawful f Governor of Ken tuckstV beyoiid further dispute Flt I Should it decide that it hs juris diction then the case will be tits I on its merits and would be n long time before the d clara ration of p uce in this State but as heretofore stated n e ill not have A doubt that the Supreme Court will claim jurisdiction in thi matter as it is purely local Last Wednesday in the Frank fin circuit court the amended an swer of the Republican State nf officers was overruled hy Judge Can trill and judgment entered for the Demoaratic State officers The Republicans must either vacate the offices within ten days from the time judgment was entered or execute supersedeas bond and car ry the case to the Court os Ap peals The sheriff is ordered b the judgment to eject the usurp ers if they have not evacuated within ten days The outlook for a great national Democratic victory this fall i brightniug every day Four yearo- ago our party was divided and many of its ablest leaders openly fought Mr Bryan hut now it is different In every State the Democrats are uniting and pre paring to win a great victory with the same man some rejected and exactrlypIankali in the approaching fight will prob ably bo shifted from the money question to that of Trusts and Im perialism and should this prove to be the case it does not indicate that tho free silver question is dead not by any means It will merely impress the fact that the power of trusts more seriously threatens the welfare of the peo plo than does our monetary stand ard that this evil is within the power of the people to cripple and abolish while the money question for the next six years has for a certainty passed beyond our reach It would mean that tho presen Administration has established d governments for our newly acquir ed territories that are unjust and discriminating and that the pow er is withing the reach of the Democratic party to change and to overthrow such unjust laws It means that the great principles I of Democracy are founded on jus tice that truth is mighty and will prevail Many of the grea papers that fought Mr Bryan four years ago are now back in the par ty and supporting him for the nomination The CourierJournal- has returned and will be a power ful factor in the South in the next campaign The New York Journal is now supporting Mr Mr Bryan for the nomination in preference to all other Democorts Four years ago it ledn powerful fight against him With almost one million circulation it will be a potent power in sending New York and other states back into the Democratic fold While har mony prevails iir our party the Republicans in large number of the states are fighting and devid ing Many of the states will send two delegations to their conven rion one to be elected the other rejected and by the time they will meet the common rank and fileJ will bother the office holder no little On the 19th the Republican convention in Montgomery AlaI indulged in a wide open split and free fight and held two conventions Wo are willing to see the split grow wider The man that was rejected is fast forging to the front and will soon be our President AMANDA VILLE There has been a good deal of corn planted on Crocus Mr Finnis Baker and wife visited at Elroy last week B R Rowe Jamestown was at thisfplace selling groceries last weektMr Ed Morgan waS at this place last week buying stockfPeople of this place say The Adair County News is hard to beat Wheat and grass looking well Mr Lon Black has moved near this place A Womans Weariness Womens sensitiveness maket emt subject to more intense weariness than men The melancholy depression and exhaustion they suffer is dUI to slug gish action of their organs which loads the system with impurities uplsops the blood and shatters their nerves Slprleys sarsa par111 aand IRon will cleanse the system revitalize the nerves slid give strengthand energy kIi IIQRADYVILLE young ladles I Miss Lena j Grisaom next Saturday night at Bliss JMesors W L Grady and IT A Wal last Friday evening squirrel hunting aqd they did get one sMr P Nelson one of our oldest citizens who has been contined to room for some time improving Leslie Tandy passed through our town one day last week en route f Metcale county where he cxjucts buy a car load uf fat hugs Rev G P Dillon Oiled Rev E W Baruetts appointment hero last Sun day with a very interesting discourse Dr L 0 Nell bought last week his mothers farm on Butler Fork for 350 Mr C S Bell and wife spent fiat day night visiting the family of G NeliyMessrs G H Nell and C S Bell spent last Saturday on Russell ere fishingMr Baker bought last week of frank Dohoney of Milltown a milch cow for X25- B phB10 r will locate here in a few days There was a great deal of corn planted luring the few days of warm weather last week We understand that E R Beau champ Son of Edmonton are co tcmplatiug buying property in our goodsCthem in our community and as to the mercantile b siness nodoubt th would have tbeir share of patronage Mr JA Wheeler one of our cessful farmers informed us that he had a bunch of sheep that hehadire fused 550 per lead including lambs Our normal school has 50 pupils and Prof Dillon is giving entire satisfac tion to his patrons Mrs II A Walker entertained quite a number ot the young ladles of our city on last Friday evening As there was not a young gent present to m the happiness of the the hour the evening was delightfully spent and especially the elegant supper that was prepared for the occasion Our town has been well represent for the last few days with stock men bougtgelding for 125 a young Nat Brown from Chas Rowe for 605 Mr J W Patteson of Breeding was in our town one day last week and re ported business very good in his sec Won Smith S Nell spent a day or two I the neighborhood of Glens Fork last week buying stock Mr Chas Heyman the wellknown betr Squire Gowen spent a day or so on Green river last week investigating the location of the proposed bridge that will be built duds g this year Rev T L Hulso spent several days of last week in Cumberland county visiting relatives and friends- EDMONTON The grippe Is prevalent heie there being many familie sick Prof A J Thompson has recovered and has returned to his school C W Thompson the banker has recovered from the grippe- S D Simpson is cottoned with fever Mr and Mrs Lee Ben entertained their young friends list week The was a good crowd present and t evenig was delightfully spent Mr McGee of Burkxvillc has bee in the bank since Sir Simpsons illness Elder Lawrence Williams and Miss Marietta Rowe passed through here Monday en route tor Columbia Ed Jones who was shot by Jailer Coffey a few days ago died Monday night Mr Coffey is improving POLLYTON Mrs Catherine Roberts has been quite sick with grip for sonic time R W Allen and family of Eunic- were visiting the family of J II Pelly last Sunday Mrs Mollie Rubarts is on the sick list this week It seems that a Sunday school shoul- be organized here R W Allen and JH Pelly were in Columbia Wednesday Mr H F Coffey has had a severe of la grippe bathos about recov again Mrs Mahalia Jones has been qunc for several daysoThe wife of Jas West gave birth to achlldMast Monday She died Wed nesdayMrs Mary Clements has opened up a millinery shop at this place nearColumbiar t place last week Mrs Tom Jones has the grippe Tom Pelly sold to Lincoln county at83L40Born to the wife of J W Henson the 16tb daughter Thero has been some tough charac comingfli with their hides filled with mean whis y and would paintour little town 0 red The good citizens of Pellyton should see that such conduct does not occur again It is dangerous for we men and children to be on the public highway when these rough riders make their appearance A Womans Awful Peril satehiyour life and that is through an oper titian were the startling words heard orby Mrs I B Hunt of Lime Ridge toWis from hiT doctor after he had vataly tried to cure her of a frightful caseof stomach trouble and yellow jaundice Gal tones had Termed and she constantly grew wove Then she Began to use Electric Bitters which wholly cured her Its a wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney remedy AppetiteIIsale by T E Paull druggist- ek F J Cnpbell has taken charge of the Somerset Progressive ionic Jour nal has ixiu lit a half interest from L E Jliii md will be editor and bus iness n ISMT J Wili Frsythe bought of J W Marston at Paris for i50 a fine oak tree that measured twcn ycijibt feet in circumference and filly feet from ground In lilt limb Husband nIfyou have a weak nervous dcbili fated wife do not scold or become Im patient with her Give her kind treat ment loving words and Morleys Liver and Kidney Cordial to renovate regu eylate and strengthen her system and your1Chealthy happy best half Price 81 Sold by W M Bell Joppa Ky The newlyorganized Boone County Poultry Association met in Burlington last week and transacted Important business The members are confident that the association will be a complete success arThe Jessamine News D O Goff editor and publisher is a new candidate for public favor which comes from Nicholasville It is a goodlooking per but the editor will find it hard to pubehtTo Cure La Grippe In Two Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet All druggist refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature onevery box 25 cents Elkborn would be one of the finest fishing streams in Kentucky says then the Georgetown Times if the dyna miters seiners and dipnettcrs would let it alone WitnesseIntense suffering was endured by witness T L Martin of Dixie Ky before he gave this evidence I cough ed every night until my throat was nearly raw then tried Dr Kings New Discovery which gaavc instant relief I have used it in my family for four years and recommend It as the greatest remedy for Coughs Colds and all Throat Chest aud Lung troubles It will stop the worst cough and not on ly prevents but absolutely cures COL Sumption Price 50c and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free at T E Paulls Drug Store OUR GLORIOUS COUNTRY marveloushequirer wants to study the strides it has 11made The first census of the United States was taken in 1810 Since then every succeeding ten years The result has been as follows Year PopsUttoa Year PaeoltUM 18107239881 18t03tl44f32t 1820 9633822 1870 3U58371 1830 128t8020 1880 50155783 1840 17099453 1890 62822250 1850 23191878 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the of the United States excluding recent usuallycTHE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is anxious to engage all in a study of their coon try To this end it will distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solu thedTo the firittHTMl used putt rietirti 9300000 150000TotbthirdTo the fourth 50000 25000TothuilihTotiuMTwth 15000 To the next 10 each X100 uuutiag to 100000 To the nez b0 each X50 amaeatins b1 250000 50000Tothenextb00To thnw 1530 each btit thasto 795000 2197 cash presents amounting A 92SOOOOO In case of a tie money equally divided 4 propositionsubscription to the WEEJlLY ENQUIRER You can guess as often as you care- to inclose subscription price to the WEEKLY ENQUIRER This contest will close a month be beknownCensusatWashington WEEKLYENQUIRER zoo a year Eleven copies and eleven fulllaysCoCinclnnah Ir t i IF t I Kentucky Squirrel No 427 By Red Squirrel he by B Ic Squirrel Will make the presentseason at Barbee S Grlssoms livery stable in Gttunbia and will serve Hares for the low sum i of 1000 to insure a living colt Money due when colt Is foaled or mare traded or removed DESCRIPTION Kentucky Squirrd was foaled in 1887 is brown 15J hands and is rich and fashionably bred W throughKentuckyKy for tl900 He is a perfect model a horse of wonderful endurance and a very uperior actor lie has proven him self a number one breeder S T Harbison of Lexington recently sold a mare sired by hint for SGOO If you want a horse that is large enough tine enough and does enough breed to Kentucky Squirrel COFFEY BROS Columbia Kentucky In almost every neighborhood there is some one whose life has been saved j by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and I Diarrhoea Remedy or who has been cured of chronic diarrhoea by the use of that medicine Such persons make a point of telling of itwhenever oppor tunity offers hoping that it may be the means of saving other lives Fur sale by M Cravens Robert Bales a school teacher has embarked in the newspaper busl ness ct Bandana Ballard county his first issue appearing last week The first issue of the Bardstown Ob server has made its appearance It is newsy bright and full of local items Tho paper will be issued every Thurs day Luke Carroll and J B Harper have filed a petition iniCarter County Court for an election to be held in June to take the sense of the voters of Precinct 9whether intoxicating liqors may be sold LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 4 755 00 Light shipping 4 C04 85 Best butchers 4 504 70 Fair to good butchers 4 254 40 Common to medium btchr 3 5034 00 HOGS Choice packing and butch ers 225 to 300 Ibs 540 Fair to good packing 180 to W Ihs S 40 Good to extra light ICO to ItO fa 101SlIlGoad to extra shipping Sheep 4 25 75 Fair to good 3 754 25 Common to medium 3 0033 75 COMRADEM of BchuTlerrlllo rm1iit who uerhJaCompany E 5th other battle with after his return from JeM war 1 0 recently wrote 1 have used Dr Mites Restorative Nervine for nervousness brought on by tie use of tobacco and too close application to business It gave me prompt relief without leaving any unpleasant effects The result was beneficial and listing I heartily endorse it DR MILE- S3Restorative Nervineis sold by all druggists on guarantee fiat bottle or mosey back Book oa heart and nerves free Dr MNes MeeBcal Company flkhart and e Firth RVEnUE Motel PIKE CAMPBELL MANAGER MOST CENTRALLY LOCATED AND BEST CON OUClKD 203 nOEL IN TIlE CITY LUUAT I TUB THEATICES C1IUUC1IES AND WHOLE 1 IjiEAI HOUSES OF THE CITY KENTUCKY pooooooooooioM I Universal Woodworker Turning Lathe and Scroll Saw AM NOW PREPARED to do any kiiiJ of fancy scroll I and turned work My shop will beat the Columbia Rol ler mill If you want to build a house or repair a p orch call on me and get my prices for Columns Banisters Brackets Newel Posts Hand Rails for Stairways Fvery fancy piece of work needed about a house I build verandas at the lowest figures and furnish the latest designs Call and see me J G MORRISON Gradyviiie Floe sw StaI1ei G had ti11e I en tuekj This beautiful stallion Jordan Peacock II makcxttie present season at my stable in Gra dyrille Kentucky at this low price of jioOO insure a living colt Money due when colt toI foaled or marc traded or removed from neighborhobd tJO tRN PEACOGIit Register No 1148 Vol 3 This Certifies that W L Grad Gradyville Ky has resister d In tho National Saddle Horse Breeders Association of Louisville Ky too bay stallion Jordan Peacoci foalel July loss Marked Star snp and twj VMto feet gaffs certified Jordan Peacock No illS is a beautful bay 1S5 hands flno large water spout tall Was sired by the greatest of all show sallions in Kentucky Peacock No 99 he bv Blue leans Nr3 eby Paillipj Black Horse he by Gen Taylor SI he by Imported Uooten thorcugh bred Jordan flrst dam Lena Rivers No 760 she by CAbells Leiingtjn ho by Gists Ulack Hunk he by Bloods Black Hawk Irafortd Jordans jceod dam by L ale J rest abe by Wilsoas Lewis Jordan he by Iraporlc i Jordan out ofImported Katcua Jjrdaas third dam by Imported Waggenor- In Jordan Peacock you will find the finest style aud action and the finish of n thorough bred ofwhich he Is closely backed on both sldr As a show horse he stand without a rival dcr eating some of the very best horses that ever entered a ring among them were Monte Cristo Jr Thorntons Star Jane Carte Highlind Denmrk Uifnl y Djre a noted horso of the Blue Grass one of the best sons of Ch ster Dare and others too numerous to mention lie has ben shown in thu best fairs in Kentucky andTenros3CeoHd never met a hrsu that he did not defeat tj As a breeder his has no superior To prove this his colts are wearing the blues over the best stallions tn the S ate Quito a number o his colts have sold at fancy price Hu impartif l to his offsprings that kind disposition which hs himself posses and which is one of tho best features that matte a good animal In size style and combined features there is not ahorse in existence betteradapted to meet the demands ofeverybody 0- KAZItEW00b Standard Bred Hazelwood Chestnut Sorrel iGJS hands Was sired by Nutalwood 10325 he by Nutwood 6JO record 218jf Nutwood sold frr 2800 whin twentyfour years old and was the sire of Del mont Boy 215 and Si more with records better thin 230 ILizelwoods lint dam was by Rick i alien he by lUmbrino Chief It he by Mtabri no Paymaster he by Imported Messenger This floe hone will see mares at a price to suit the times to insure a living oil o GOVST OfiN This fine Jack will make the present season at 701 ti Insure a mare wiiY foal money due wn nfactisasceraineJ or wire traded or removed 0My fine Jack JO will make the season at the same place at 600 on same tams as above 5trJsDlddlesold last fall two yearling mult by Coy at John for J8760 each If yourwant the best breed to the beet Ypu will Sad them at Grildyvlllctr I a G AtY Gt1adYV1 enttt ektt f i t 1 Jrw PERSONAL MENTION L Mrs Jas Garmu in sick but is im J proving Herbert McLean Is sick with the grippe Miss Lora West has returned from Caiupbellsville Mr J P Beard is vcij sicii atCaiup bellsville Mr Tyler Coleman was In town last I Saturday Mr Geu McLean had u r vcr attack j of la grippe last week tills+ Sallie Key Marcum was sick list last week OIltl1eII lint 1 R Ilindman bas sick fvr the past week Mrs R M Hurt was no bettor the tirst of the weektJudge Jas Garnett bas been confined to his room for several days Mr J E Murrell of this office is in Louisville this week Mr Luther Bell and brother James of Nell were in Columbia Monday Mr M H Judd has returned home from State College at Lexington Mr W B Hurt one of Adairs best farmers was quite sick last week Mrs Jas Ingram has been sick for the last week but is now improving Mrs T R Price who has been very sick for two weeks is improving- Mr to and Mrs C C Kinnard and daughters were in Columbia last Mon layDr Chas Murrell accompanied by Its sister Miss Susie are in Louisville this weekI aCaptain W W Bradshaw is now in Western Kentucky in the interest of I SundaySchool work Mr Elzy White of this county who has been in ill health for several weeks is some better Mr W J Edrington and wife and little daughter Cane Valley paid the News a visit last week Mrs Anna Poore who has been quite sick for the past two weeks is R borne better Mr W B Patteson vifc and son lnd Mrs Mary Patteson were quite sick last week Mr Ira Junes sister Miss Pearl and cousin Miss May Mitchell arc visiting friends in this city Misses Haidce Rowe and Ethel Patterson of Jamestown were shopping In Columbia last Thursday Mr M II Bernard Jr of Felix Uussell county was in town Monday A and his name will be found in our list of the illustrious few Mr Oscar Pile we arc sorry to say Is yet a very sick man He is suffering with with la grippe and being in his 815t year he cannot wrestle with the disease like a younger person Every body is anxious for his recovery 4 LOCAL JOTTINGS oPeaches are not killed in this county Circuit Court third Monday in next south I have a nice lot of cannas for sale Mrs J O Russell If you need horse and jack bills sends your order The Courier Journal and Adair County News 125- Nopreaclting in Columbia last Sunday forenoon The latest and most fashionable visiting cards at this offlce 4The water courses in this section were past fording last Friday I have fur sale 50 ewes 2 bucks and 43 lambs Anderson Holladay C M Breeding sold a six year old guiding to Frank Dohoney for tOO We can furnish you fertilizer at 110 per 100 pounds and up W F Jeffries aSonLast Monday tons of fertilizers were sold in thistown and the trade is still good Itpays to buy the best fertilizer for your crops See W F Jeffries S Son cfore buying Pedigo Terry bought of Frank Risen Geen county one bay gelding five years old for 8110 Mr W L Walker sold 210 pairs of ladies slippers last week at 5o cents per pair and still has some left Read our Grecnsburg letter It tells of a very destructive tiire which visited our neigboring town last Friday night Some of the buys had good sport fish Stig last week Mr T C Davidson caught a cat weighing live pounds The mail from this place to James townfalled to reach the latter place two days of last week on account of high waters Every farmer should raise broom- corn for his own use WI Fcesc of Cane Valley will tie brooms for 7i ents each Dr J III Grady has received his com mission as enumerator for West Co lumbia Mr M W Hancock city will take the White Oak fTbe other c1 enumerators have been an i Fa I Paid subscribers since ifur last Is tie W Trdiington J N itty W E WlIlams J A Jonflon L F Bit IT G BlacXford C M Medls W H Kemp M H Barnard Jr If you want a clean shave an upto date hair cut you can get it at the Conover Barber Shop Dont forget this when you come to town R L ROHEUTS 4tI Parsons S Moss have completed their building near the Columbia Roller Mill uiit sire nut pn jismrt 11 rt work of any kind in MnrkKnuUiiniraiiil woodwork Wt understand that they are iirt eins uechauie oSIln the public road near thej residence of John Holladay a plainj ring initials and date inside Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning Miss Mary Holladay Columbia Mr James Garnett Jr SI Harris have contracted with WolfordI C Bennett to broaden the till raise the bridge and gravel Maple Avenue from the pike to Mr J W Richards corner and work is now in progress Mr L V Hall and S L Powell arc making preparations to open up a bi cycle store They will keep in stock two grades bicycle sundries and do all kind of repair work Can be seen at LV Halls tin shop Clinton county has a prospect for a railroad Northern capitalists propose build a road from Algood Tenn to Albany through the Wayne county oil belt and on to Burnside The com pany wants 820000 and the rightof way frem the Clinton county people I have made a contract for large lot of fine flour which will sell at 190 per 100 pounds for cash onlycW L Mr John Hughes and son Bowling Green bought in Adair and Cumber r land last week the following horsess Five in Cumberland at 880 to 8100 onei Red Squirrel mare from Dr Simpson for 8100 two Red Squirrel colts fromt F Paull for 250 one live year oldII gelding from Roll in Browning for 100 Smokers attention He has come at last The Never Down Log Keystone cigar Its made of cabbaget leaves and rotten stock bad Jlavor IfII you dont believe it try one and will like it Ask your merchant for ItfManufactured S L Howicn SomC erset KyrDr W T Grissom has suggested a Masonic picnic for the Fourth of July meeting of the Masons of Adair county would doubtless be pleasant and profitable but should the lodges agree upon a general gathering weJ suggest the 24th of June St Johns Day which is usually celebrated by 1 the Fraternity throughout the Statef Mr Sam Lewis the wellknown produce man inofrms us that in all probability he will remove his family from Glasgow to Columbia about the first of Septembar Mr Lewis is an excellent gentleman and his many friends throughout this section will be glad to learn of the contemplated change and will give him and his family a hearty welcome when the locate in Columbia If you are on uptodate dresser and want uptodate clothes buy a faultless suitor a pair of Buck EyeI Pants They are onlyup todate clothes Prices 5 8 11 and 1250 per suit pants 125 to 500 at W L VALKEUsI i Miss Marietta Rowe who is quite popular with the society people of Columbia entertained handsomely last Thursday evening This city was well represented a number of couples he tug honored with invitations TbeI social was given in honor of Niss Olive Snow of Missouri Miss Rowe delights in entertaining her friends and when the young people are at her home they arc free and easy hence it goes with out saying that this meeting was hlghI ly appreciated all regretting the breaking up hour Ceo Borders Dead The subject of tills notice died at his late residence in Campbellsville on Thursday the 12th of this month For many years he was proprietor of the Columbia and Campbellsville Stage Line and was well known to many citizons of this place He was true to his friends a loving husband and an affectionate father Religious services were held at the residence on Friday and the interment was in Campbells ville cemetery Rare Bargains Ladies readymade nightgowns 5oc each Ladies readymade dress skirts 25c ancLup Hemstitched sheets 50 and 60 cents each large size Straw matting 124c Hemp carpet f yd wide 12c Hemp carpet yd wide J0o Full line of cotton and woolen ingrain carpets at bottom prices large line to select from Dont miss the above bargains oulytus W L WALKER w ti t THE TWO BRIDGES The County Court Awards the Con racts for Building Same Last Thursday the CountyCourtmet at Plum Point on Green river for the purposeof determining the most suit able place to build a bridge across said stream About seventylive or one hundred interested citizens togather with eight or ten bridge men were on hand and the advantages accruing to the people of the couuty by bridging the river at that point were forcifully presented liy Dr It D llovlous C V MeWhorter awl Steve Knillcy all making brief but pointed argument in favor of Plum Point The crowd was invited to inner by Messrs Russell Watson and others who lived near and if all fared as well as the News man who with several others dined with Mr Corbin then all were well fed and kindly treated- After dinner the majistrates and many others started for old Neatsville reaching there about 230 p m and finding about one hundred of the goodI citizens of that section ready to wel come the court and to set forth the advantages bridging at that point The reasons why the river should be bridged at that point were presented- In short and forceful speeches made by lIon W F Neat and Mr R W Allen after which the court adjourned to meet in Columbia the following day For hospitality the citizens of Neats rule and vicinity are unsurpassed and and the many pressing invitations to spend the night with them made us feel that it was a good land On Wednesday morning the majistrates met in the court room to receive bids from the representatives of the various bridge companies and to determine whether the bridge should be built at Plum Point or Neatsville Anxious representatives of both localities were hand but the question was not fully settled until late in the evening when the vote stood o to 1 in favor of Plum Point We must say that while the- ivalry between the two places was spirited that the best of humor pre and while many thought that Neatavllle was the logical place for he bridge yet the good citizens who a hard light a strong pull and backed up their claim by 8000 in subscription accepted the decision of the majistrates without a murmur A- fridge at Neatsville would cost less than at Plum Point but our majistrates only appropriated the for this year accrucing from 32i levy and required the people di- ectly interested at the places selected 0 contribute the remainder As it now stands the people of Plum Point get 300771 from the county and they pay 134804 which builds the bridge Milltown gets from the levy 3139228 and they pull from their purses 8774 2 the amount necessary We are glad that our majistrates ave taken this progressive step and eel that the people in the main will Indorse them The contract for both bridges were warded to the Champion Bridge Co represented by a Mr Spain but someJ of his competitors pushed him closely as he only underbid at at one place 900 and at the otter about 8000 Sweeping Reduction As long as they last but cannot be duplicated I will offer as follows 300 pair ladies black and tan tippers 50c 75 pairs of misses and childrens black and tan slippers 45 75 pair of misses and childrens black and tan slippers 40c 75 pair of infant slippers JJOc 200 pair ladies Button shoes GO 100 pairs ladies dougola kid shoes 100 former price 150 100 pairs women medium weight shoes 75 100 pairs wens fine shoes 100 100 pairs boys fine shoes 100 Do not wait the above price will sell them quick They are not heap shoddy stuff but good goods It wont cost you anything to examine them W L WALKER Dr WT Grissom and wife and their estimable daughter Miss Mary entertained the young people last Saturday evening the occasion being an apron party It was blissful to all who attended and when the hour for withdrawing arrived the invited guests were of one opinionthat this happy family was living in Bliss Among those present were Misses Nora Levla and Yallic Sandidge Rosa and Ella May Flowers Susie Murrell Marian Browning Willie White Lena Todd Dell Mitchell Iva Moran Corinne Jones Irene and Bess Dohoney Carrie Shcrrell Stella Conover Fannie Stults Zula Kinnard Clara Wilmore Lena Grissom Josicand Mollie Caldwell and Messrs Sam Nat Hancock Young Hurt George and Twyman Atkins Will and Ernest Flowers J E Sal mons Jo Flowers Bert Wilmore Jim Hughes Bert Collins Jno Grissom Tom Hughes Thad Salmons Fred Robertson Charles and Sam Browning Lee Grissom and Sam White Mess s J W Starnes and W F Martin who have canvassed this county in the Interest of the Knoxville Nursery Co did a good business but this is no more than the logical result of a good nursery represented by up right honest representatives They are now doing business in Russell county and we bespeak for them simi Jar success I for the people of that coun ty as this need more fruit and have a fair knowledge of the great nur cry of the South i 6 Corning Down I still hare lots of argnins in- dry goods Rum and come ut one with cash or produce Good bleached domestic yard wide 5o per yard Heavy checked cotton ful width 5c per yard Columbian shirting good i 1I1r heavyweight 7Jc worth 10 else whereHeauy bed ticking lOc ynrd Apron gingham fast colors 50 Turkey rod table linen i4vn 15c per yard White table linen 04 it 2Co par yard 104 blenched or brown shnetiig 15c yard Ladies fast black hose I 5c pr pryLatlie each Nice lace curtains 50c pair Linen window shades 25c complete with fixtures Window poles all colors complete with brass trimmings 25c Large size counterpanes 50ct Cotton towels 20x80 5c Extra heavy cotton towels 20x40 10e each 86 inch window screen 5c yd W L WALKER We clip the following from the Leb moo Enterprise Prof James E Willis assistant teacher in the Brad fordsvillc Normal and High School eloped Wednesday night with Miss Verna Glasscock the beautiful daughter of Mr James H Glasscock Brad fordsville Their intentions were known to no one and their elopement was a great surprise Prof Willis was reared In this countya represen tative of one of the best families ands a young lawyer as well as a teacher whose energy and ability will produce rood returns wherever he may locate Miss Glasscock is a charm Ing young lady and has visited in this city These young people have the the good wish es of their many friends in this part of the country CUT PRICES FOR CASH AT IIUSSECL A 3IUKREUS Granulated sugar tHc Green coffeo lOc 2 pounds soda 5c Heavy brown domestic 5c Best blue cottonade lOc Best heavy striped cottonade 12Jc Scotch lawnsdesirable styles 4c Calicoes 4 to 5c 200 mens assorted shirts 25c each Job lot laces 1 to 5c former price 5 to lOc 10 pieces dress ginghams 5 worth lOc Check ginghams 5c Bed tick lOc 94 brown sheeting 12ic Large linen towels lOc Good pattern curtain scrim Gc These prices until May 10th with weeping reductions on all lines of goods to cash buyers Russell Mur rell Rev W H C Sandidge will preach at the Presbyterian church this city Sunday W S Dudgeon will preach the funeral of Bro Nic Davis at Can- eTalleyW B Cave will preach at Liberty and will attend to the ordinance of baptism Saturday evening al ter preaching There will also be preaching at the Baptist church this city by Revs W T Underwood Fri das night T M Green Sunday J W Crawlcy Sunday night It affords us much pleasure after spending several weeks In Adair count I to return our sincere thanks to the many who patronized us in our busi ness and gave us such courteous treatment Our sales were entirely satis factory ned we have no room for complaint from any source but can truth fully state that our short stay in this county was pleasant and we shall ever have a kind feeling for the people who live within her borders Trusting en tire satisfaction in the delivery this tall we remain yours truly- J W Starnes and W F Martin For a Short Time Only For 15 days only I will sell as follows for cashonly Two pounds soda 5c One gallon sorghum hOc Two cakes extra good laundry soap 5c- New Orleans sugar 5c Good green coffee lOc Scissors lOc Glass tumblers lOc per set Glass goblets 15o per set Trace chains 20c per pair Extra made collar pads 25c Extra goodhand saws 50 One pound can Baking powderjS First class talcum powder 5c Remember I will be compelled to limit the time on these items to only 15 days WALKER The Best in the World We believe Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is the best in the world A few weeks ago we suffered with a severe cold and a troublesome cough and having read their advertisements in our own and other papers we pur chased a bottle to see its effects It cured us before the bottle was more than half used It Is the best medi cine out for colds and coughsThe Herald Andersonvlllc Ind For sale by M Cravens We noticed In the Interior Journal that Mr Me Wheat and family will leave in a jshurt time for Texas to make their home in use of the prosperous towns of that State Kentucky will lose an excellent citizen and a good Democrat An effort is being made by Ameri cans to raise a contribution to relieve the starving people of India Mr Warinner of this town will receive any amount you will give and have the sams immediately applied to those suf fering i nun the pangs of hunger Drl N 1iiuc Informs us that Capt V E Oiliitil vho left this state an otllnTinthn vounteer army is now Governor of an island in the Philip pines lnpt shell is a native of Green county and his ninny friends in this section will receive this as good news Mrs E G Atkins entertained the young people of Columbia Monday eve ning in honor of Misses Pearl Jones of Greensburg and May Mitchell of Ar kansas A good number of the young people were present and the evening was pleasantly spent Mr Tate Turpen while trimming a tree last Saturday had the misfortune to cut his foot The cut is an inch long and to the bone on the top of his toot It is a very painful wound but be is able to hobble around Attention I am still in the produce business and am prepared to handle more than I have been in the past I will pay tbe highest market prices for all country produce R B WILSON 4tJI would like to meet the neighbors to try and organize a SundaySchool at Rocky Hill the second Sunday evening in May at 2 oclock The parents arc especially invited to come and ring the children for it is our place to start the children in the rightpath and this is the Lords work Let us- JO to work with a willing heart and lave a good SundaySchool All invit edln or out of the neighborhood BESSIE V SHEAUER For The Ladies Mrs T I Smith the artistic milliner Cane Valley has the largest line of spring hats bonnets ribbons etc ever opened this side of Green river Not a hat carried over from last season every thing new and complete If you want to see hats dazzling with beautiful flowers call at her store Her stock was bought 100 per cent cheaper than last year hence she can sell goods for less money than any other milliner in the county Satisfaction uarauteed Produce taken in ex hange for goods Call MRS T I SMITH Cane Valley Ky GREENSBURG Fire broke out in Woodson Lewis torebullding last Friday night about 11 oclock and was beyond control when discovered It consumed the sliding and contents J M Howells drug store and building Skaggs C lamiltons law oilice an oilice owned by B W Penick recently vacated by Henry Martin Smiths barber shop poultry house owned by Mr Lewis and ccupied by Grinstead C Co and the law ofllce of W N Foster and J H Woodward But for the tin roofing on the clerks oilice the block to west Main street would have been cousum cd By tireless work and good man management the fire was stopped at the County Clerks office All the public records were taken from the oilice md remained on the public square dur- Ing the remainder of the night Goods were taken from thebuildings jf Clark C Hagan Tucker Calhuon C Co JE Canteens drug store and n- E Courts Messrs Lewis and Ilowell aved but very few of their goods Lewis had 5000 insurance with a loss of 15000 Howell was insured for 1 KX and lost 825qp A hard shower came at a very opportune time to assist in checking the fire at the clerks jfflce There are many theories as how the fire originated but none claim it vas the work of incendiaries JOPPA There has been but very little corn planted in this community E B White who has been confined to his bed for several days is Improv ingSam Royse was in this vicinity last week on business J H DIce has been confined to his jed for a few days with la grippe O B Jeffries Misses Clara Garnett md Flora Powell are attending the normal at Montpelier C E Willis has been handling the yard stick for Epperson C Willis for the past week Ben F Powell bought of Wm Bell last week his Joppa farm for 2600 The social at Mr W W Brockmans hursdav night was largely attended and enjoyed by all present C G Jeffries last week bought of Art Hurt and Everett Montgomery G lead of calves for 7500 and sold to F T Selby 30 head of sheep for 8550 FELIX Wheat Is looking fine in our neigh borhood Mrs Blank nshlp is very sick at this writing There was preaching at Christian Chapel on last Sunday morning and reeleg Mrs Llllle McWborter who has been veryislckij improving It is reported lint a Sunday school wlllbegin at Christian chapel the 3rd Sunday In May OpTo=1Jternfflinerg 1 r We are now receiving our spring and summer goods from the Louisville and Cincinnati markets Our goods are of the very latest styles and will surpass any ever shown in Columbia We invite all our friends and customers in Adair and adjoining counties to come and see our stock be fore buying Our prices will be as low as the lowest We receive new goods every week Srrs Tim Bfadshauu f1fiss Effie ladshaut IfYou Smoke Send For a Sampl- er= O- Sa1trS Idttle rlavatlls3 f=OF2 5 CENTS 150Per Hundred 25 cents Extra for Postage O7KER7t7wtILLI0N SOLD IN 1899 BAIRDS 5th and Jefferson Liratsvillo Ky tforThirtu DallS I Ape you ttunting oP f BHRGHINS + If so bring your CASH with you if you want bargains in- Shirtingsreadymade shirts domestics and Hosiery I am going to close out mye of Shoes Hardware Tinware and Queonswaro regardless of cost I will sell you Hames Chains Collars Plow Points and Plow handles at cost to close out I am not talking simply to draw peoples attention but am telling you facts 4 FERTILIZERS t9 All grades the best made and I will not be undersold Fertilizers Be sure and come and and see me before yoiiv buyand I will save you money on these lines of goods nnllOr can give as good terms to reliable parties as anyone else 011 large quanties Give me a call C R WARINNER A Keen Clear Brain Your best feelings your social posi tion or business success depend largely on the perfect action of your Stomoch and Liver Dr Kings New Life Pills give Increased strength a keen clear brain high ambition A 25 cent box will make you feel like a new being Sold by T E Paull druggist About one year ago a cow belonging to Mr F W Miller near Eunice was bitten by u mad dog but showed no signs of any wrung until a few days ago when she died of hydrophobia Mr Millers Jittle son was bitten at the same time but the dugs teeth did nut enter the flesh merely bruising however a mad stone was applied No fears are entertained as to his safety It Is remarkable that twelve months elapsed before the dreadful effects of hydrophobia should appear A Fast Bicycle Utdir Will often receive painful cuts sprains or bruises from accidents Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain and heal tho Injury Its the cy clists IriendCures Chafing Chapped Hands Sore +Lips Burns Ulcers bud Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25p Try IF Sold byT Er Paull druggl5t e x iMilline y ti OPENING OF INoveI ies H i + 1 I AM NOW RECEIVING THE largest and handsomest stock iof Spring Hats Bonnets etc o ever presented to this market trimmings of the very latest 5 and I guarantee to please all V those who desire to purchase anything t V in my line V My long experience as a mml ner enables me tocompete with v any one in my line of business V I am warranted in making the a A above statement from the trade V I have heretofore received V I most respectfully ask the conw 2C tlnUation of the same favors ex = r X tended in the past 5 t MRS ET STRANGE M i r r flDfllR FlS6flL COURT J CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE house if oo- S81 to Ellen B Wheat assignee of W D Jones services as School Superintendant 350 oo 882 to C M Breeding assignee of F P Rice Co furnish ing pauper 26 oo 883 to J P Beard assignee of Frank Sinclair furnishing school books 7 885 to H B Calhoun furnish ing pauper collin 4 7o 888 to J B AbeU serving road orders 860 to J N Conover assignee of S H Mitchell services as jailer 562 892 to J P Beard assignee of Dr W S Taylor services as poor house physician 56 893 to G W DIllon furnishing paupers 52 00 894 to G W Dillon clerk of election 2 00 867 to Z T Williams assignee of Wheat Williams furnish ing paupers 24 Go4 to Z T Williams assignee of U L Taylor medical attendance to pauper 2 00 912 to J P Beard assignee of W W Bigham medical attendance to pauper 35 00 919 to J G Eubank Sheriff of election 2 00 92o toT0 Davidson Sheriff of election 2 00 955 to J L McLean Judge of election 2 00 96 to Z T Williams assignee of Bradley Gilbert Co Ballot books c 31 65 957 to Jas Garnett Jr services as County Attorney loo oo 958 to Jas Garnett Jr services- as County Attorney Zoo oo 961 to Z T Williams assignee- of H F Coffey Sheriff of election 3 28 962 to Z T Williams assignee of H F Coffey Judge of elec tion 2 oo 963 to N H Moss assignee of L C Nell medical attention 3 oo 965 to J T Rauson Judge of election 2 oo 072 to Ceo E Wilson clerk of election 2 oo 974 to J W Butler services as County Judge loo 00 975 to J W Butler services as Connty Judge 213 fa l 76 to Coleman Finn Sheriff of election 2 5 977 to J N Page assignee of M C Rosenbaum Judge cf election 2 00 giG to Z Darnell Sheriff of election 2 G4To liD to J C Sullivan Sheriff of election 3 04 9So toJ W Townsen Judge of election 2 982 to T A Murrell assignee of Richard Hatcher juror in road case 1 5o- IS6 to W B Hendrickson fur nishing pauper 13 oo 889 to U L TaSlor assignee of J W Hurt servises as Sheriff 88 868 to JN Conover assignee of Dr R II Perryman medi cal attention to paupers 4 5o 869 to J N Conover assignee of R II Perryman medical attention to paupers lo oo 842 to JN Conover assignee of G A Lacy furnishing pauper 24 oof- cOO toJX Crnover assignee- of McClister Harvey furn ishing pauper 25 5o 870 to J N Conover assignee of W F Neat furnishing pauper 1 52 S62 to J N Conover assignee of McClister Harvey furn ishing pauper 1518 SGa to J N Conover assignee of McClister Harvey furnishing pauper 25 50 864 to J Conover assignee of McClister Harvey furnish ing pauper 25 50 865 to J N Conover assignee of MrCIister Harvey fur nishing pauper 25 50 946 to J N Conover assignee s- ofT R Stults services as clerk 89 62 D47 to J N Conover assignee- of T R Stults serf as clerk 12 00 871 to J N Conover assignee of W F seat furnishing pau 26 00 S72 to J N Conover assignee of W F Seat furnishingpauper 28 04 96o to JN Conover assignee of B F Monday sheriff election 3 44 887 to J N Conover assignee of J B A brell voting house 3 oo T 84o to J N Conover assignee T of Rollin Hurt services as county attorney loo oo- IS to S P White Sheri ff of election 2 80 Total amount of claims paid 42o8 77 Ithen found by an examination of the Assessors book that the Assessor had listed for poll tax twice and minors women and nonresidents nine F teen persons I therefore gave said J Sheriff credit by said 19 polls at I 5o C each 28 5o A I also found that the said Sheriff had R been improperly charged with the poll E tax on 55 persons who had by order of court been released from the payment of the poll saidiberiff J J at 1 5o each as shown by the J hereto attached list 77 6e I then found that the Asses J sorhad listed twice and had improperly listed 2 997 oo S worth of property which had been released from advalorem taxation by order of the coun tycourt I thercfdi e gave said Sheriff credit by 22 12 cents i I on each 100 00 thereof 675- I was then shown a list of per sons assessed fur capitation tax fur the year of 1899 which had been icturned as delinquent in the payment of tlie same to till l court and this courthav ing approved and allowed the sumo as delinquents and order ed the same certified aud a credit given to the Sheriff in this settlement the uumber of said delinquents being 383 I therefore gave said Sheriff 3crcdit by 1 5o each 574 5o 1 then deducted from theta tal debits of 8461 22 which I had charged to said Sheriff 22 005o the poll tax which had been wrongfully charged tola nonresidentswrongfully been charged to 55 of5opayment of poll tax and 6 75 the advalorem tax which been improperly assessed against 2 997 oo worth of property twice amounting in all to 112 75 to this sum I added the sum oof574 2o the poll tax on 383 delinquenis making the total sum to be deducted from the debits 8 461 22 which left the net debits of the said Sher 7 773 97 for collecting this sum I gave him credit by the commission as allowed by law lo pr ct on the 1st 5ooo and 4 per ct on the remainder viz lo per cent on first 5000 oo 500 oo 4 per cent on 28o8 00 112 32 612 I therefore find and report that said tax list as chargeable to said sheriff amounts to 835447athat said sheriff is entitled to be credited by 420877 the amount of certificates of claims paid off by said sheriff 57450 the amount of delin quents dc which are uncol lectableand 61232 the amount of his commission making a total of 539559 which will leave said sheriff owing said county the sum of 295888 Out of this sum he has paid your commissioner for making this settlement the sum of 82o by which he is entitled to be credited which will leave him indebted to the County of Adair In the sum of 293388 but there Is yet 153884 of claims unpaid jItECA1ITULA1ION To 3183 tithes at 3150 each 4774 5o To 22 cents on each Sloo 1595162 00 3592 89 penaltyon uncoled taxes 24 oo franchise taxes 73 56 Total 8461 22 00cltrilrsBy certificates of allowance 42o8 77 Minors women non resi dents etc 22 5o By 55 polls released by order of court 77 5o By tax on 82997 of property 50listed twice 6 75 By 383 delinquent tithes at 81 50 each 574 5o By sheriffs commission 612 32 By paid commissioner 20 oo I 85528 34 1534 81 87063 18 Total Debits 88461 22 Total Credits 7o63 18 Balance due 81398 04 after paying all the indebtedness for year 1898 The list of delinquets the persons listed twice the minors women aud nonresidents wrongfully listed the persons released by order of court and the certificates of allowance paid by said sheriff by which he has been given credit are all filed herewith as apart hereof It appearing that there is yet ua paid 1584 34 of claims allowed atIthe April and October terms 1898 uf this court as thereinafter set forth I therefore gave said sheriff credit bycsum of 1584 34 in order thattemay retain said sum in his pay off said certificates of allowance with same which leaves a net balance ffrom1 further found that said sheriff had paid all the claims allowed by court during the year 1898 except t following joHenryF Collins 1 B Morrison Co Bradley Gilbert Co x 5o oo Wheat 8 Williams assignee of Z T Taylor 81 oo Wheat C Williams 3 25 RA Blair late S A C 3 00 Trustees Cool Spring District 1 57 JM Shivc V 1 25 Lannls Helm 2 oo JA Hardin I 5o PRIcc 2 oo G Eubank 2 oo B Taylor 2 oo A McAlister 2oo G Yatesy 2 oo Darnell 2 64 MF Dudley 2 oo John Blair s v 2 oo El 13 White 2 uiJG Blackford 2 oo MCunlpbell 2 00 H Pendleton 2 00I noD Hovious r 2 00Mr J Biggst 2 oo Henry Cooley 2 oo H Mitchell 350 oo 00 Bault r 25 5o W L Walker Sons 13 oo home 13 00I Bussell Murfell ij 21oJJ5 Reed CoffeyJ V f 4oo j W R Grissom lo 00 W L Walker allowed in nine separate certificates 178 u3 Wheat G Williams allowed in separate certificates 61 15 S G Banks Sons all wetl in three separate certificates 97 50 W L Walker 6 75 Z T Taylor 17768 Wheat Williams assign ee Z T Taylor GO 00 D H Butler 18 25 J W Jackman 2 00 G B Breeding 11 00 John Eubuiik 1 25 Gordon Montgomery 2 00 J W Jackinan 2 UO Frank Daniel 200 R P Breeding 2 00 Frank Firquin 312 Paver Harvey Jr 2 00 M F Dudley 200 John Blair 2 00 J N Conover 2 80 J H Pellet 2 00 C W Campbell 8 86 Gordon Montgomery 2 50 John Eu bank 1 00 Tom Lester 8 00 L L Eubank 8 00 J H Williams 23 00 W C Loy 40 00 W C Wolford 0 00 T F Gown 12 00 W H Kemp 12 12 John Eubank 12 00 J It Tutt 2 UOa 1584 84 Your Commissioner reports the foregoing settlement made by him with the sheriff of Adair county and submits the same to you for 32our approval or rejection the same was made from the record as found in the office of said sheriff nd in the office of the clerk of the Adair County Court this the 8d day of April 1900 JAS GABNETT Jn Commissioner A F C KentuckyCounty Set 8i Fiscal Court April term April 1900 The foregoing settlement of the accounts of J W Hurt Sheriff of produced Commissioner of said court was examined and approved by the court and ordered to be recorded for publication which is now done accordingly T R STULTS C A F C Almost Blind My little four year old girls eyes were so weak from birth that she could not stand any light at all Was treated by several physicians without benefit My neighbors induced me to buy Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron from Mr 0 Daugherty Banock Ky Three bottles not only restored her sight but made her stronger and healthier than she ever was in her life DAVID KESSING For sale by WM Bell Joppa Ky Ralph Amoss colored who killed Will McFarland in Dunnoys alley at Paducah last October was judged gull ty and given twentyone years in the penitentiary To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refunded the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature on every box 25c- Flemingsburg Is to be treated to a novel game of baseball on May 25 The Bloomer Girls from Boston will playa match game there with a picked nine Pneumonia is one of the most dan gerous and fatal diseases It always results from a cold Chamberlains Cough Remedy will quickly cure a cold and prevent an attack of pneumonia It Is in fact made especially for that ailment and has become famous for its cures over a large part of thei- vilized world It counteracts any ndency of a cold toward pneumonia Can you afford to neglect your cold when so reliable a remedy can be had a trifle For sale by M Cravens The parties in search for the assass evibecourse of time of time will have the receiveb0 as6oAt Lebanon Luly Nally aged four years fell bead first into a posthole with waist and was drowned Cpas Vreeland the Bloomfleld Nelson county mercant was stricken with paralysis last week He was at hisIstore wrapping up a package of candy when the stroke came Remarkable Cure Rheumatism KENXA Jackson Co W Va About three years ago my wife hid an attack of rheumatism which confin ed her to her bed for over a month and rendered her unable to walk a step without assistance her limbs being swolen to double their normal size S Maddox insisted on my using Chamberlains Pain Balm I purchas ed a fiftycent bottle and used It ac cording to the directions and the next morning she walked tohrpakfastwlr out assistance in any manner and she AIJBPriSONSr w FAMERS HOME HOTEL I G W COLE CLERItJOf1N BURNS VlgrI Q ee Q Q New Store at Risse1I Springs o g r The undersigned have just opened up a Dry Goods A Store at above named place We handle Dry 00Gods Notions Booots and Shoes Clothing Grocer ies Hardware Saddlery and Harness We make specialty of Clothing We your trade J X17 UGH BRO 1m- Henry Koehler Co DOORSjAND SASH LUMBER We pay est price LUMBER BLLNDS Send for our latest y and price list 12th and 9th and entucky LOUISSLILLB 1C O T 11 IU- lailRTEL 13 1OTJ1ESSuccessors to Falls City Buggy Top Co Manufacturers of and Dealers in all kinds o- fTopsVehicles Buggy CUSHIONS z Write For Catalogue NO 142 East nain St KY R K YOUNG W F t1AN- COCCJ4ncockYoungw LIMERYMEN OfWe have a new commodious stable Good stock aud good rigs Careful drivers employed Your patronage solicited At a meeting of the newlyelected Republican County Committee of Nel son county W H Hays was elected chairman J A Sayers secretary and B Goldrick treasurer SSATE fSLucusCoUFRANK J CHFKEV makes oath that he Is the senior partner of the firm of F J CHENEV Co doing business In the of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each add every case of Catarrh that cannot be hthe use HALLS CATAUUU CUKE FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in iny presence this 6th day of Jmber A D 1886 AW GLEASON l j SEAL j Notary Public w Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly ou the and mucus surfaces of the system Send for testimonials freex F J CHENEU CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pllis arc the best The Rev W R Taylor of the Sec ondPresbyterian Church at Paducah quite I lat his in Fulton Mo where he went some time ago on a visit il aoy 5 1 X The Best 100 perI Day Hotel in thJI City oc AU Modern Conrenit WAGON YARDS 400422 E Market LOUISVILLE KY the invite D N AND MOULDINGS OAK AN- DPOPLAR catalogue Broadway KV ItUDEL and LOUISVILLE and City cured blood home LARGE Tortured A Witness Intense suffering was endured by wltnerl L Martin of Dixie Ky before lie gave this evidence II I couU ed every night until my throat vas nearly raw then tried Dr Kings New Discovery which gaave instant relief I have used it in my family for four years and recommend it as the greatest remedy for Coughs Colds and all Throat Chest aud Lung troubles It will stop the worst cough and not un ly pretents but absolutely cures Cou Sumption Price 50c and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free at T E Paulls Drug Store lThe new St Francis De Sales Churdh and Broadway in Paducah is rapidly nearing completion and will the latter mart of the month be dedica ted A Fast Bicycle Ithltr Will often receive painful cuts spralnsor bruises from accidents dJuckleus Arnica Salve will kill the ifain and heal the injugf Its the cy lists friend Cures Chafing Chapped Hands Sore Lips Burns Ulcers and Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c Try It Sold by T E Paull druggist The Fourth District Democratic Committcermet at Elizabetlitown Friday to select time and place for holding the nominating convention 1 Y I JR Crr KENTNCKf PLANING MILL John Mitchell G E7UrOODV CO urn Door Blind Sash Mfp I Healers in Rough aqd Dressed LuinteF STAIR3AL7AYS tSPmCf7ZLTY We make all our own work and it is superior to No thorn work Estimates furnished by request Ninth St near Broadway LOUISVILLE KY PATTERSON HOTELJKTUteSTOWN KV 1 Xo I otter place can 110 found thou at the above named hotelItIt is now elegantly furnished and the ta hlo at all times sup plied with the best the market affords 4Feed Stable in con section r B PATTERSON Proprietor I EMPIRE DRILL IS THE BEST Vulcan Plows Cultivators Farm Wagons Buggies Harness Saddles Bridles Wagon Harness Plow gear Deering Mowers Binders Repairs Field Seed Fertilizers a specialty Get our pries W F Jeffries Son ret 9e2 Fi t11 JIvEnuE Hotel PIKE CAMPBELL MANAGER I CENTRALLY LOCATED AND lEo 200 HOTEL IN TIlE CITY wnoLl TIIE THEATKES CIIUJtCIIES AND HOUSES OF TILE CITY + LQtJISVILLEa iii BEN1tlCB se e ioveeeoA CORCOB DAISY a PROPRIETORS OF TIlE Lebanon Mar11e oS Work7ILLEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds t N MARBLE a AsmGRANlTB t 15 ERIOE3 LOWS wOIK GUAR 2 TrEDSpecial attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We arc prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts etc WUI F JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia Ky 4te= 3 After you have tried Doctors and all preparations and they have failed to relieve 4 you then use i I I aITRADE MARK WHICH MEANS GERSTLES FEMALE PANACEA i I IT WILL CURE YOU FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS IN MEDICINES L QERSTLE CO Chattanooga Tenn Sole Manufacturers and Proprietors I For Sale by T E Paull Druggist Columbia Ky t1 J P t 7 fqI