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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tJ w + w i THE ADMIt COWTY NEWS a VOLUME 3 OOLUMBIA ADAIR OOUNTY ENTUJkY WEDNESDAY JUNE 2719M NUMBER 37 POSTOFFICE DIRECTORY J M Russell Postmaster Office hours week days 700 a m to 980 pm COURT DIRECTORY CIRCUIT CouRTThree sessions a yearTh Monday In January third Monday in May third Monday Jn September Circuit JuJgeW W Jones Commonwealth s AttorneyN IL W Aaron SheriffJ W Hurt ClerkJnoD Coffey COUNT CcCRTFirst Monday in each month Juster W nutler County AttorneyJas 03 roett Jr OJerfcTRStuJts tatter S n Mitchell Assessor O A Bradshaw SurveyorR T McCaffrec School SuptW D Jones CoronerLeonard Fletcher 3iTT COUBTneUlarcourt second Monday In ach month adgeJ W Atkins orney Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN nonasviLLB SJ1I RpTRev T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth must i n each month Sundayschool ate a Sabbath Prayer meeting every es night METHODIST BUBKSVILIE STBBBTRev J I Silgo pastor Services first Sunday in each Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 a m P meeting Thursday nightBAPTIST GBEBNSBBBO SraEET Red E W Barnett Castor Services third Sunday beach month idayschol every Sabbath at- preting I a m Pra Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CIMPBELMVILLB P KEder r Wi11la Pastor Services First Sunday In month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9am Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A IIRe Jar meeting In their hall over bank on day night on or before tho full moon in month O AICEnr WIII T R Brows Sect COLUMBIA CnArrKit R A M No 7 meets first Monday night In each JmonthHT R Snlls Secretary 33TTSHT32SS co=s- CoimvorHote Iest JOHN N CONOVER Proprietor Columbia Kentucky IiIIISHotelis one of best in t the State It is a la ew brick containing twentyet ooms all elegantly furnished Good sample rooms and the table is sup tiled with the best provisions the coun try affords Rites very reasonable Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia KIJJUNIUS HANCOCK PrOpof 0tflSTThe above Howl has been re ctwdthe comfortable accommodation guests Table supplied with the best er the market affords Rates reasonable pod sample room Feed stable atme hedtluuiuiumiilMi HOTEL JAMESTOWNIKY MOLT 8c VAUGHAN Proprietors i Holt T the HB above named hotel was and has had a fine run from the startopenedI looks after the culinary de Pat all with the the market affords- proprietors are attcntlveand pout ruedts sample rooms and the is onvenientto the business houses First class livery attached to the hoteL TermaTery of 1ellSonb1ed LeballouStoalilLalludLEBANON PY 0s1n recently very best supplied rHORODGnLY equipped mo laundry plant conducted by e ienced workmen and dclng as highUI grade work as can be turned out anytl place in the country Patronize a home institution Work of Russell Taplor and Green sollc WR JOHNSTON 60 Pro REED MILLER Agents k Colin Kentucky e To pmentLa Grippe take a dose or two of Dr s Nervine daily J Ladies FavoriteJJorleysLittlo liver Pills for JJill People arc tho favorite because they arc small taken aoodo their work quietly but cffeet lly One a dose Sold by 7rI r S r 9Y ELD Z T WILLIAMS LETTER From Constantinople to Athens May 13 1900 Editor of the News MottraI aand1 clean bound from Couatantil- pie to Brindisi Italy We spent two days in Constantinople nud while this is a ehortastime to give a city of such magialode yet we felt satisfied to leave jjefeelening the distance every mile we make between us and 10DOurgether and will perhaps remain to jnWeworking hard to see all the pint possible of interest We land at cauinglodging at the Kedivial forsayper was much cheaper than the regular price 17rehtoyera rpflewegWefor ten franks per day for all the ycrparty and after getting so checks cashed and arranging forthe8 and outmhsight seeing We fully expected a letter from home at this Pla ce but were disappointed but B McGarvey had two letters joftaThe next morning at 9 oclock we took carriages and drove pieHornthere some very interesting ear cophaguses one especially of im ortauce said to be that of exander the Great It is the of Pentelic marble It is 10 8 inches long 5 feet 7 inches and8 feet G inches deep and byHamdisupposed that the body of Alex der the Great was ever put in tintllsconturyr eghtids represent battle combats Gr eeken and Persian soldiers hunters kc There is one also of King Tabuith of Sidon dicovered at Sidon about the same time It is black Egypt gthehieroglyphics is found theseword I Tabnith Priest of Ashtaroth of Sidouiaus sou of Eschmo Priest of Ashtaroth King the Sidouiaus lie here under covering 0 thou man whoever thou be who shall dis my tumulus open it not anda neofith gold nor is there silver nor is there any treasure buried with of I alone lie here open not my tomb nor do thou violate it m any manner whatso ever and if thou dost open my tombor violate it in any manner whatsoever may thou have no seed under the sun nor resting gforegoingjewels and precious stones sarcophagusaln state andn preservation at Sidon by Ham iliBPThe mosque of St Sophia was next visited It is one of the old is est and finest built in the w- It was first built of wood by the Great in 326 A D to rebuilBernt by anNdestroyed by five in 532 In M year 537 Justiauan the Ro man Emperor gathered material archi1ted ects that one hundred architects were em eloped each having a hundred workmen under him Supersti tiou says that the plan of the Church had been revealed to the an Emperor in I a dream So super stition was the prime factor in the rebuilding of St Sophia and senttally ed one by church is haunted every Easter J M evening by choruses of angels whose chanting is audible to the pious who may be in the building at the time There is a hole- one in of the columns which is said sweatciandtarub on well I did not try it The mosque is in circular form all of them are and is 235 ft nd S and 250 E and W top of the dome is 185 feet fr ground The dome itself feet high and 107 in diameter The materialusedin the construe of the dome were white and onlyman brick This church w e St John Chrijsostom eatadwas converted into a mos after the capture of Constan Dfohafivem prayers in ion Friday June 1 1458 which dates the fall of Constant thedSovernme are about nine other veryI mosques in the city but whenI you have seen one you have seen abmeout finest we have seen in the They cover an area of sever acres and consist of long narrow vaulted streets roofed by htroTIdmeY Plyoute auhatd you a in range of onethird they will final ly take it A few words about Constantino and we leave It is the Ca of the Ottoman Empire and istsituated at the junction of Bosphorus and the Sea of Mar o d of composefin m but GalataPera and SkutSriharm The two first named are on European shore and are divided the Golden Horn while the lies on the Asiatic sha byitthe nn proper occupies the site It of the ancient Byzantium and like ancient Rome is built on eev hills The Strait of Bosphous is 19 miles long and connects theBeesSea of wheSeaBosphorus 7 or 8 miles in order to the best views of the differ The Golden Horn decolony rives its name from its shape It has some resemblance to a ramsis horn Some of our party took a boat ride on this stream It isb about 6 miles long and 490 yards or wide The Sultan resides here and is titled Abdul Hamid II is the thirtyfourth Ottoman of Sultan since the foundation of the et Turkish dynasty He is 58 years age and has reigned 84 ye fakindlymost hardworking energetic Sal is tans Turkey has ever had and is extremely popular with most of thehis subjects He is not see public only on Fridays when to a private mosque for wonBeesand then exhwareor less a prisoner His almust ace is situated on the height ont the European shore of the Bos facing the Marmora enthetrance to the harbor His salary 8825000 Has 20 palaces fall be anyConthe poor and furnishes money for many of the poor Dioham m ti with money to make a trip gaTurksetc There are about 100000000hpopulation The tit rather indolent j his favorite time is smoking and drip Turkish coffee The Greeks Armenians are merchants and to shopkeepers Roberts College American school is situated here on the hills of the Bosphorus and if a fine institution not de nom ational It was estab about 1863 as Roberts Co Mr Roberts of New YorksalWe had the pleasure of spend cI tP h 7i 1 ing the last night of our stay here in the homes of our beloved Mis sionaries Bros Shishmanian and Chapman and it was a treat in deed to meet these good broths and sisters face to face in the field Bros Duncan Crossfield McGarvey and myself dined with them and spent the night Sister Shishmauian is a typical Ken tuckian from Lexington and she entertainhe mouthsieUj having our meals served in the good oldfashionedwaycooks Dg homelike fried chickens cat sups strawberries preserves jam IcGarveyised one time more These breth hTheereBy ere are about 100 pupils in attendance We had a sweet service that night which we enjoyed very much We now bid farewell to Con withiupnton 3a ent facilities This is one of cities that was a rival of Rome the departure of the simplicity of the Apostolic churchand wasJ apostasyOri But enjoyed temporal supremacy finally pre vailed and now Mohammedanism T prevails and the religion of meek and lowly Nazarene has be corr its Justalare now in Athens the Ca largeBMy next will be from Athens Naples We hope to be in Pa torte Wepl theAboutBees Comb honey will have a blue or mud dy appearance in cold weather but no will come from this F carelvery easily broken carereadily melted by putting the vessel that contains it in boiling water until melts To be successful in handling bees we must avoid handling or molesting them in cold or cool weather secrete wax only at times and n necessary to furnish storage room for honey or brood aantis in proper condition Robbing Is almost certain if a colony for allowed to remain queenlessh Upon opening a hive the absence omany is a sure sign of a virgin qu jcn no queen at all This cendl must be remedied All section boxes or frames of honey at any kind that are intended for mark err or home use should be removed ff0mDlrthe hive now cares select the warm bright days the bees are flying most There had less danger of stings thentllthHoneyhive before taken out isDir thisnscherequire air all the time They ale quantities of moisture which be carried off by a tree circula OI of air by A good fall flow of honey always pla the bees in the best possible condi lion for wintering Without such a flow feeding in nearly all cases will necessaryarEmpty combs that are not i hives and protected by the bees a there bytomothrl1 fumi thejcoombs with barsingsul Allunfiet d tJf Yfh 3pbrs be reinoredatreiiii roiti1he ttndjpeaskept kingtofeed llquiderltiIjtiiaB that canbo used is candy which m the aytaimade from granulated sugar 9 Colonies may have a good stock of stores and plenty to winter them on like reservesiege tones t the der when the flow olnectar ceases Republic res ji JI r i l- r W APPEAL TO DEMOCRACY We will now enter another camps The Republican principles to arts enWe will have many a battle cry The trusts and combines we defy Well be friendly to the railways When they In their right place stay Lets indorse Goebelsjlate fight Against wrong and for the right Lets denounce assassination And such crimes as ursurpatlon Lets call on all Democrats to unite And carry on a successful fight For GoebeUsmas some see fittocal1 And Republicanism will fall The Democrats would be very lucky Again to carry the State Kentuck I can see written ou every mans brow The Democrats will carry it now Goebel was declared Goebel of late 1 The legal Governor of this State the highest court in the land Therefore Beckbams title will stn Now to carry the State again this falltwo Lets to the wheeltake hold all Lets declare against Taylor Finley Bradley Powers and even McKinley Among National issues galore Lets declare against silver nevermore Against the Poto Rican Tariff BillILets take a stand with intent to ki cjpjeinthe book Against the Gold Standard lets de elate And wage a neverceasing warfare Now if the above you believe And think me not wanting to dace youththroouof this an honest truth as you start into the booth areIis to make geSAMUEL CAa1 Cloyds Landing Ky Hows This offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ CHENEY Co Props Toledo poOhioWe the undersigned have known J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation firmnWEST S T UAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo O WALDINO KINNAN MAUVIN Wholesale Druggists Toladotrain Halls Catarrh Cure is taken intern ally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys Price 75c per bottle Sold by druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best ROWENA fro F A Curl who has been herewere several months has returned to his at McMinnville Tenn He friends while here Mr tbeJonLiMrthis place He is an excellent teach Luther Wheat Denmark 111edMessrs Brown and Drake who a sawmill at this place for some shipped it on the St Dude home McMinnville Tenn Olic Taylor Montpelier w community last week looktn hool Good boat tide They are making regular trips Mr A H Rowes house was struck lightning not long ago It struck chimney running down into the in room where his wife and chi were shocking Mrs Rowe very andiparalyized his daughter Bessies for a while We are glad ltdid no more damageallWe have a new boat running the by the name of Bowena ed Jophnson 1 shiesheSundaydu The Cuban postofflce scandal Is goingfor make the Republican campaign more costly but it Is in the hands of men who dont care a coat inen sale for expenses Lord Roberts is a great General but nearly every other man wh pthegained eminence asa military tedhis success has been owing to over whelming superlorty in svnTif T are 11 County Convention Called Democraticig Ex ort gnKy May 20 It was ordered that on Saturday July 14 1000 at 2 p standard time there shall be held- each of the voting precincts of all counties of the State at the usual vot ing places a precinct convention for the purpose of appointing delegates to the county convention to be held at the Court House Monday July 16 at 2 rai which county convention shoeCon turn appoint delegates to a vention to be held In Lexington Ky on Thursday July 19 1900 for the pur pose of nominating a Democratic candidate for Governor The baste of representation for precinct delegates shall be one for each fifty votes and fraction over two five cast for Bryan Electors In 1 r countydone or hundred votes and fraction over one hundred cast for the head of Democratic electoral ticket at Presidential election in 1896 All persons who will bo legal voters in the State next November who devoted to the principles of the Demo 11erotic party and desire to those prln to succeed who by the district and county convention will feel in honor bound to support the nominee of the Democratic party for Governor are hereby invited to participate in said meetings IvcCS HAIIUIS Chairman GORDON MONTGOMERY Secretarye ughHas It A Miracle The marvellous cure of Mrs Bena treatbented in Cammack Ind writes Marion Stuart a leading druggist of Muncie Ind She only weighed 90 pounds when her doctor in Yorktown said she must soon die Th she began to use Dr Kings New DI covery and gained 37 pounds in weight and was completely cured It has cured thousands of hopeless cases and sitively guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung diseases 50c and 8100 Trial bottles free at T E Paulls drug store madeWreckedFifteen people were injured and three killed in the wreck at Calvary yesterday evening The passers gDwas coming from Lebanon part of the bridge gave way carry the engine and all cars excepting the Noallbridge buttment The bridge was being repaired and there were nine bridge carpenters the at the time three of them killed and several others Injured to andmadean man are who were killed The injured were confined mostly to employers of the railroad Spaulding of Lebanon was sorl ously hurt Claud Hobsonbrakeman is seriously Nvisitm this place Flrehaveman xieE the Baggage Master hurteyIt was reported here that Mr Vance butasNoonegin Tim esJournal June 20 Wotld Not Suffer So Again For Fifty Times Its Price I awoke last night with severe pains my stomach I never felt so badly GUbadlycould hardly work I went to Miller McCurdys drug store and they rec Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It we like magic and one dose fixed me two alright It certainly is the finest th ever used for stomach trouble not be without it in my ho meFor for I should not care to en the sufferings of last night again fifty times its prlceG H WIL ringtonby M Cravens r It has cost a tremendous sum of money to maintain the dignity of officeholding in Cuba In long run the taxpayers of the Uni States will have to make up the pot prosvide sin viUnggaJ c 1 t ft k JJQ Wo DMVil + Blacksmiths + AND orlCelrIn trtheI amprepared to do all kinds of work In my line and It you need re Buggiesorme buggypbolts My prices are right and satls faction guaranteed Give me a call Newly Furnished American Plan lUG Per Day 3lic SSosiers 3otc f MEALS 23c 523 W Market 51 LOUISVILLE KY n2rrfWimore ProptheKentucky HERE is no better place to stop than at the aboved named hotel sample rooms and a firstclass FeedtGORDON MONTGOMERY 1 ttYmefQmtLmw COLUMBIA KY adjoiningcounties Office up stairs over Paulls drug store DR M 0 SALLEE J ThST 4I Careful attention Riven to me dentibtrysI OFFICE Over Hughes Coffey Hunter COLUMBIA KY FRANK M BALENGER WI- THRObinsonNortont Go WHOLESALE Goods Notions Etc 1 ngLOUISVILLE KY is Be Time to REPAIR HOUSES rlanDo not allow hyour o n s etiinjure for the lank of Guttering on Leaking Roof t make Roofing and Guttering a specialty I am prepared to do any kind of repairwork in my line I use good material and do my work at bedrock prices Call on me L V HALL Columbia Tinner fletnaLilelnsofaD66o oFHART3ORDCOI II I heCMARTIttDtOZG 0 Assets 554000000 StfrpIUSsf1 000 ymentrate than other firstclass companles LtrePOlley 1 timeOnARANTEES more insurance andloantimethan afteryears on limited pay policies firstIfurther information eau on or address W D JONES Agent CoIaraHaky j RESTAURIBT JAXES BSJJn Proprietor LEBANOl y KY This stand is located near the de and meals are furnished at all hours at 25 cents per meal Thebest eatables the country affbV6 Ete 4goutt 6c I 1 IEIDMBiGOITIlffS WednesdaytiBY THE AdairGountyNewsGo INCOKPOKA TED CHAS 8 HARRIS Editor A Democratic uewip per devoted to the Inter este of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties I HHntcred at the Columbia PoitoOcoaa second class mail matter SUBSCRIPT N RATES 1 ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS60cSTRICTLY IX ADVANCE iVVERTISING RATES OLoca Oticel ten cents per line for first In nertion andifive cents per line fur each snbse quent insertion DISPLAY ADS ttpnce II ITtl z Mo 3 MO6 Mo 1 Yr I Inc so tjT1 3i52 Inches 7s 150 3 00 4 BO 7 00 S Inch s 100 200 400 600 WOO 4 1 6 00 7 50 12 p 6 J5ICol iU g oo is or 30 oo L Col d oo 12 00 24 0o CO 00 6060 There will be no departure from these rates ndcr any circumstances WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 County Convention Called At a meeting of the Democratic Ex ecutive Committee held in Frankfort Ky May 20 it was ordered that on Saturday July 14 1900 at 2 p m standard time there shall be held in each of the voting precincts of all the counties of the State at the usual vot ing places a precinct convention for the purpose of appointing delegates to thecounty convention to be held at the Court House Monday July 16 at 2 p m which county convention shall in turn appoint delegates to a State Con vention to be held in Lexington Ky on Thursday July 1J 1900 fur the pur pose of nominating a Democratic can didate for Governor The basis of representation for precinct delegates shall be one for each fifty votes and fraction over twenty live cast for Bryan Electors in 1890 The basis of representlon for county delegates shall be one delegate for each two hundred votes and fraction over one hundred cast for the head of the Democratic electoral ticket at the Presidential election in 1896 All persons who will be lagal voters In the State next November who are devoted to the principles of the Democratic party and desire to those principles to succced who by participating in the district and county convcn tloa will feel In honor bound to support the nominee of the Democratic party for Governor are hereby invited to participate in said meetings C S HAitnis Chairman GORDON MONTGOMEUY Secretary Rev Piner who was shot at1 Hopkinsville by Mr Ware is in a critical condition Hanna has got his old job He was reelected Chairman of the National Committee and will con duct the present campaign upon the buying plan A man with political aspirations and is without sticktoitiveness is between the devil and the deep blue sea when it comes to distributing pieold mahogany you know Here is a piece of news that the society ladies of Columbia will be glad to learn Lady Randolph Churchill has announced that her marriage to Lieut George Corn wallis West of the Scots Guard will take place in July Thirtyfive passengers and train I men were dashed to death last Saturday night in a wreck on the Macon branch of the Southern rail way near IMcDouough Ga The train ran into a washout and of all those on board imu escaped death save those in the Heeling car Not a trainman escaped The wreckage caught fire and many of the unfortunate were burned to death- Congressman Dorein is in the middle of a bad lix uver the die p sition of the London postoffice Ir id said that the Congressman promised the place to Mr A R yche editor of the Mountain Eo But Mr Boreiugs daugh trhas become an applicant and 11i is undecided what he will do It occurs to us that under the cir cumstances that Dyche ought to- aNttle the matter by getting out the way a J Y a tN a The Republican National Convention hold in Philadelphia last week was u harmonious gathering of distinguished men from every State It is claimed by Republi cans and admitted by Democrats that they have named the strong est ticket within their power From a Republican stanpoint doubtless the notion of this con vention is highly gratifying that they feel confident of victory in November but the nomination of McKinley and Roosevelt did not produce consternation in Democratic oicles or even create a rip pIe of doubt as to the result next fall The admission that the Re publicans have made a strong and popular ticket does not indicate that they can ride over the willof the great mass of American pee ple The fight is yet to be made and it is but fair to our common political adversaries to admit the personal popularity of their ticket and it is equally fair and an im perative duty as we see it for Democrats to understand the strengthof their enemy While Mr Kinley stands for all that the Republican party demands while he has listened to and obeyed the edicts of the Republican headlights and while the politicians of his party in their convention seem to have harmonized all dif ferences yet all this does not pre clude defeat The tail of their ticketthe Rough Rider perso nally id a popular favorite in the Republican party His adminis tration in New York has been a popular one and while Mr Roose velt may be the idol of many Re publicans yet this does not insure success to their hopes and am bition The Democrats willmeet July 4th and then there will be another popular ticket named It will not be popular by reason of having bowed the knee to trusts and combines cutting the throats of legitimate competition it will not derive its popularity by Eu ropetiizing our financialsystem by having bowed to the golden calf it will lay no claim to that popularity derived by means of an imperial policythe conquer ing and subjugation of millions of people in the Philippines six thousand miles from our nearest shore when they were engaged in a dreadful conflict to overthrow SpanishoppreSSIon and to estab lish a government for themselves and no word of popularity will be claimed by reason of favoring par tisan favoritism under the disgust ing disguise of the civilservice laws To the contrary the popu larity of the ticket to be named in Kansas City will be a union of personal and politicalthe men and the principles for which they contend There hus never arisen in the politicalworld a more popular man than W J Bryana man of learning a man of power ful mind whose fidelity to the great mass of American people is as thorougly established as was that of Washington Jackson and Jefferson The popularity of the KansasCity nominees and the great declaration of principles that will be embodied into its platform will electrify the Democratic par ty and all outside reform souces and make it one of the most fear ful tickets that the party of Mark Hanna ever met To know that the Republicans have named their strongest men inspires an extra ordinary effort on the part of effortI ernment into the hands of Demo cratsThe Republicans can not hops for success on the personality of their ticket they must meet their record and that record will defeat them in the end No question has been settled until it is settled right U The great mass of American people believe ju self government they believe that other people should control their own affairs and shape their own destinies so long ae they do not conflict with the rights of our peo pie or infringe upon our neighbors they believe in expanding our trade by means of legitimate and peaceful actions and not by the power of the sword They be liove in the Monroe doctrine that has been our National policy throughmany troubles of the past and it is only jL filmU part of ou people who indore mi alliance with England but there are millions who cling to the conviction that had Wm Mckinley lived i colonial times and been Mayor of Boston there would hire been more tea in the world that t bloody conflict that followed would have been averted and the 1 y j + recognition of King George maintained The fact is judging from Mcftinleys action toward Eng land the Republican party should have denouced the Boers for try ing to maintain their Republic Yes they have named a strong ticket so to speak but not strong enough to win by reason of its avowed purpose of continuing the same policies The Republican platform favors such legislation as will prevent the formation of monopolies and trusts and yet that party has hard fullsway in all branches of the Government for the last three years and encouraged them from the beginning In this declaration no sane person can be expected to believe that the party managers are sincere It also declares that the Republican party is engaged in warfare to put down armed insurrection in the Philippines and that it will bestow the blessings of civil liberty upon all the rescued people This seems astounding that they would attempt to ask the people of this country to ac cept such a statement in the face of this record to subjugate Philip pines and place the people under the control and dictations of this government This same platform speaks of Republican pride in the goldstandard and their gratifyca tion in increasing the National revenues but no expression as to how they obtained the revenue is mentioned There was u sensational shooting at Hopkiusville last Tuesday Rev W K Piner one of the lead ing ministers of the Methodist Church was shot by Mr J D Ware a prominent tobacco man Mr Piner had called upon Mr Wares wife and the two were in the parlor conversing when the husband appeared lied asked What in the li11are you doing here 1 There was u tussle and Mr Pinor wan shit in the head receiving u slight wound The minister claims that hu was not guilty of any improper conduct that he had called upon Mrs Ware to talk over some Church matters and that Mr Ware was certainly drinking Mr Ware denies the ministers statement and says that the proof justifying his course is good and sufficient Bothsides have made preparations for a strong legal fight Mr Piner is known here Several years ago ho preached at the Methodist church in Columbia and the church at Clear Spring this coun ty was dedicated by him Judge J R Sampson a former citizen of Columbia but now a resident of Middlesborough Bell county is u Democratic candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals subject to the action of his party The district is now represented by Judge Hazelrigg who declines to stand for reelection Judge Sampson is a gentleman of high character a Democrat in whom there is no guile and a profound and industrious lawyer and we would be glad to hear of his elec tion to the high and honorable position The Republican party is a kind of double triggered political organ ization with a large You tickle me and Ill tickle you tablet on one trigger und federal pie on the other and many a manhas thus been naught dont you know BURKSYILLE Brud Walker and family of Nell visited Mrs Katherine Pulliam Cloyds Landing a few days ago Mrs Pul liam has been seriously ill for several months but is Improving- Ed and Hugh Richardson and fiance GofI have bought Jo Graves farm in Salt Lick Bend for 2500 Mr Graves intends buying a farm in Monroe- T S Scott and L L Gary spentBun day at Celina Messrs Jo TTI11 of Columbia and Tom McMlllin of Texas are visiting Robert McComas in Salt Lick Bend Miss GeorgiaMpHUHap daughter of Prof James k McMUllao of Chattanooga Tenn formerly of this place Is visiting here Dr W C Kecn has moved back tx his country home three miles from4 t JVD There were ulncapplicauts fur teach ofrExaminers last Friday and Saturday- T S Spun has bought the Dunn property In the upper part of town nH M Cheek and wife Nashville are visiting relatives here Zib Smith Becks Store and Miss Cordle Hurt of Watervlew were mar hetied fa TpRn see Jast week Mrs Ed Holland of Becks Store is dangerously ill t r REPUBLICAN VIEWS BRIEFY SET FORTH Strong Gold Standard PlankNo Fi nal Policy in the Philipines Boer Question Etc t The Republican platform declares that the prosperity of the country depends upon the victory of the Republican partyThe currency plank is a straightout declaration for the goldstandard with an added clause denouncing the pro ject of free silver coinage expect by international agree mentThe protective tariff is praised as one of the twin pillars of prosperity but the usefulness of reciprocity under cer tain conditions is recognized Trusts are to be condemned when they restrict trade or affect prices but the right of capital to combine is affirmed Imperialism is briefly touched The idea is that expan sion was forced on the nation The future of our new possessions is not clearly outlined Home rule is to be insti tuted in some degree where possible- A reduction of war taxes is promised and declarations are made favoring an interoceanic canal The civil service regulations are to be extended to the colonies The BoerBritish war is noticed with an explanation of our non interference and a hope that the outcome will be honorable to both sidesIOur participation in movement is approvedas a matter of business Another clause calls for the protection of American citizens and their rights- A new executive department is frvored Under it will be the consular system More strict immigration laws and other labor reforms are demanded as well as legislation to restore our merchant marine The early admission of Oklahoma New Mexico and Ari zona to statehood is advocated PURDY II r E W Burton has been confined to his bed for several days Mr James Shepherd and daughter were visiting Mr J M Burton and family last Sunday Mr J 7J Bryant and family were visitiim 3 Irs Lira Bryant last Saturday and Sunday Misses Delie Harmon and Annie CundiO were visiting Mrs Beard last Saturday night Prof Allen will sing at the Purdy church for the next ten Sundays La st fall sprained my left hip while handling some heavy boxes The doctor I called on said at first it was a slight strain and would soon be well but it grew worse and the doctor then said I had rheumatism It continued to grow worse and I could hardly get around to work I went to drugstore and the druggist recommended mo to try Chamberlains Pain Balm I tried jt and onehalf of a 50 cent bottle cur ed me entirely I now recommend It to all my friends I A BAHCOCK Erie Pa It Is for sale by M Urnvcis Breeding Hogs In mating for your next crop ot pigs think more of what the pigs ought to look like than how the pedigree wil read We have had enough and to spare of the pedigree craze Be sure your sows arc thriving or do Ing well when you breed theta That they should be gaining and putting on flesh at breeding time is considered of prime Importance by many of thu must successful breeders No wellregulated hog farm Is complete without breeding crates To be sure theyare to be found on nearly all the best breeding farms but many more can be used to splendid advantage Any tine with a spark of apti tude for tools can make one It is not necessary to get a patent one al though some of these have some most excellent features Charles H Marks while acting in the capacity of nurse at the Second Division Hospital of the Fifth Army Corps at Santiago do Cuba used a few bottles of Chamberlains Colic Chole ra and Diarrhoea Remedy for diar rhoea and found It to work like a charm For sale by M Cravens GOT Beekham This celebrated and thorougbred shorthorn bull will make the present season on my farm and will be per mltted to serve cows for 100 cash or 3150 on time Gov Beckham is two years old and weight 1100 pounds I think ftp is the best Bull of his age I ever sav Wt GRADY GradyyUIeKy I I 54 LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 4 75a5 00 Lightshipping 4 604 85 Best butchers 4 C04 JO Fair to good butchers 4 254 00 Common to medium btchr 3 504 25 noose Choice packing and butch ers 225 to 300 lbs 5 30 Fair to good packing 180 to 2001bs 530 Good to extra light 160 to 180 lbs 5 25 SHEEP AND LANDS Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 753 00 Fair to good 3 503 75 Common to medium 3 00S3 5- 0POWELLS L ATTORNEYATLAW QOLUMBIA KY 0Will practice in Adairand adjoining count its oollecl inns a specialty fSTOniw Rmes pluck second floor with U S Harris News olHce OUR GLORIOUS COUNTRY Have you watched its marvelous growth If not The Weekly En quirer wants to study the strides it has made The first census of the United States was taken in 1810 Since then every succeeding ten years The re sult has been as follows Year Population Year Population 18107239887 1860 31443321 1820 9633822 1870 38668371 1830 12883020 1880 S01S5783 1840 17089453 1890 62622250 1850 23191878 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the population of the United States excluding recent acquisitions The result is usually yearTHEto engage all in a study of their coun try To this end it will distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solu tions received Ifthe population of the United States Census as follows To the Irsh nct cemtt prtetiTeddd00000T- ottoneest 150000 To the third i 76000 To the feorth 50000 To the fifIh 25000 Tofc BxUi 20000 To the IleTRCa 15000 Tba MxtlOtuhl OluHutifigta 100000- To tin aalW tub fSO uwutinr to 250000 250000ToTh the aext 1530 h5 KaBtiBgto 785000 2197 cash presenfs amounting to 2500000 In case of a tie money equally di vided proposition subscription to the WEEKLY ENQUIRER You can guess as often as you care to inclose subscription price to the WEEKLY ENQUIRERJThis contest will close a month be fore the result of the census will be known and officially certified by the Director of the United States Census at Washington D C Subscription price for the WEEKLY ENQUIRER including guess is only 100 a year Eleven copies and eleven guesses for 1000 For full particulars see WEEKLY ENQUIRER I Send all orders to ENQUIRER Co Cincinnati Ohio Y r I1aduetiol Sale iq Iillirery i 6 r J We have a nice line of goods which we are now selling sass At Greatly Reduced Prices in order to close out our entire stock to make room for our fall goods Call and see our stock before buying JVIfs Tim Bfadshauu JVIiss Effie Bfadshauu THE JONES LEVER BINDER JND CHITIN GEJR MOWER Are receiving the highest praise from those who use tham They Simplicityinmachine make it hard for theory to down Come and examine these machines before you buy I have a big stock Saddles Harness Bri dles and in fact everything kept in a firstclass Saddlery store Repair i work done on short notice J W JACKMAN USee the Robinson Thermal Bath Cabinet It is cheap durable and no family can well alTord to do without it A great many are using it and are ready to recommend it For sale by J J SJLMONSand also at The News office ECOMPANYWHOLESALE r SASH f DOORS ld BLINDS MOULDINGS to ftllplwith all kinds of Dressed Lumber Lath and Shingles REED MILLER Agents Columbia Ky Russell Springs Hotel VflUGHHri G HHRJVI Pfops KI7uTBLBPd p KSNTVGKY 0ITRE RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL Is now open for summer boarders It is 1 the largest and most complete Hotel in this part of the State USTRatcs for adults 500 per week for children under 12 years 250 When persons stay one month or more ratesare cut to 400 per week Horses cared for at reasonable rates All attention within our power will be given to make your stay a pleasant one If you come to the Russell Springs Hotel l The circulation of The Adair County News is over 1500 weekly 1- t f PERSONAL MENTION Dr R Y Hindman is In Campbells vllle George McLean was in Glasgow last SundayMrs J O Russell returned from Campbellsville last Saturday Mr Paul Azbill of Indianapolis is visiting relatives in Columbia Mr Welby Allen Eunice was in the city last Friday Mr J W Coakley Canipbellsville was in this city Sunday Miss Augusta Montgomery is visit lug in Canipbellsville Judge James Garnett made a profes sional trip to Greensburg last Thursday Miss Ada May Jones Jamestown is visiting her cousin Miss Katie Mur rell Mr E L Feese wife and baby of Pellyton were visiting here last Saturday Miss Ethel Montgomery Louisville is visiting the family of Hon J F MontgomeryMiss Harvey who has been vis iting relatives in Louisville returned home Monday night Mr Lee Robinson who has been on a business trip to Eastern Kentucky has returned home Dr James Triplett and daughter Campbellsville spent a few days of last week in Columbia Mr R W Wood Louisville who is a nephew of Mrs James Garnett visited in Columbia last week Mr J Garnett Wood who visited here last week is principal of the Lebanon Graded School Miss Lillie Goodman accompanied by her brother of Glasgow are visiting the family of Mr Sam Lewis Mr Jo Hill who has been visiting in Cumberland and Monroe counties re turned home last Saturday Misses Ermine and Tippie Henson of Salina Tenn arc visiting their rel atives the Sallee family this county Mr W C Grider a prominent far mer of Russell county was here last Saturday to meet his son who has been off at college Ilex G H Burton who has been visiting relatives iu this city for the past three weeks returned to his home at LongiuiresS C last week Mrs A B Gowdy Campbellsville will spend several weeks with her sis ter Miss Nannie Triplett who has been in a low state of health for several weeks Dr M O Sallee is still confined at his old home a few miles out of town with two crippled hands He is improving and thinks he will be able to reach his ollice in a few days Mr Sam Nat Hancock who has been with the Spectator for some time has accepted cases on the Monticello Record When he returns no material change in his appearance will be dis cernible LOCAL JOTTINGS Next Monday will be County Court TheMctcalfe Circuit Court convenes next in Judge Jones district The glorious Fourth will not be cel bratcd at this place The stave business has been distress ingly dull for some weeks A great many of the common schools of the county will open next month Mr Gordon Montgomery will soon have his residence completed Childrens Day services at the Meth odist church next Sunday evening A call for a Democratic county cone vention is published elsewhere in the News The party who has my vetinary forceps had better return them at once J W ConEY Mr W M Greever Jamestown has a fine Jersey cow forsale She is young and a good milker Price 4000 Sister Austin of color is doing the sinners in a protracted meeting that is in progress near town I have a nice line of buggies spring and farm wagons for sale Tim Bradshaw Agent Bid Lawrence Williams will preach at Rocky Hill SchoolHouse next Sun day afternoon at 3 oclock All persons owing an account or note to Wm F Jeffries Son are requested to come and settle 2t Fon SALEA tract of woodland ly ing near Long View cheap for cash Also six shoats Louisa B Taylor For SaleOne hundred and twenty five sheep They arc extra good TP SC G JEFKIUKS Joppa Ky 1 Jbr JH Grady the enumerator for r WestCo1unibIa district has complet dfliwork and his report forwarded All the wheat in Adair county has been cut Taking it altogether it Is thefinest crop harvested for many years y tbe farmers of Russell county are very much elated over their wheat manycroY rsdta 1- I K XJ The bath cablnent sold by J A Sal man is giving general satisfaction Persons who are 1 n delicate health should not fan to secure one Children day will be observed at Plum Point on the second Sunday of July The services will continue all day with dinner at 12 oclock When you visit Louisville stop at the New Phoenix Hotel Firstclass fare and will located corner of 7th and Market Streets ly LosTa large blue album contain ing several pictures Iwill reward the finder Leave at officeW WADE The Russell Springs medical society will meet on the first Thursday and Friday in August 1900 WM BLAIR Pres Special Notice My accounts are all due July 1st Please crll and pay your account or note without further notice I need the money D H BUTLER For SaleA good track machine al most as good as new The greatest bargain everoffered in a track machine Call on W H Hudson or C S Harris Columbia Ky I am now selling at cost for cash the entire stock of Dry goods Grocer ies Hardware c owned by C E Warriner Allen Pile assignee of C R Warriner It was reported here last Monday morning that Charley Kingry who was shot by Jo Akin was dead It later developed that he was better and in a fair way to recover A letter from Eld Z T Williams states that he will leave for home the 25th of this monthlast Monday It will take him ten or twelve days to make his return trip Some bicycle riders are a little too wreckless A baby buggy containing a child was run into one afternoon last week on Burksvillc street and it was fortunate that the infant was not hurt There were twentyseven applicants to teach before the Green County Board of Examiners Six were awarI ded firstclass certificates eleven sec ondclass and five thirdclass four fail oresMiss Minnie Kemp this city was awarded a State certificate by the Marion County Examining Board lastI week We understand that Miss Kemp will assist Prof Miller in his school atI Bradfordsville Mr J L McLean a prominent young contractor and builder of this place left Monday morning for Glas gow where he will be employed for some time on buildings now in course of erection in that city The King Mantel Company 224 West Jefferson St Louisville sell the best and cheapest mantels in the city They represent three of the best factories and manufacturer much of their stock 523m Tomorrow Thursday a number of Royal Arch Masons of Lebanon will be in Columbia and will assist the Chapter here in conferring the several de grees in that branch of Masonry An interesting time is expected The social at the residence of Mr R L Hatcher last Saturday night wasI largely attended affording much merriment until the breaking up hour Miss Carrie was in her usual happy mood and entertained admirably The present collection of books be longing to the traveling library must be forwarded from Columbia the first of July All persons having books be longing to the same are requested to bring In by June 30 S F WHITE Mr and Mrs James Grissom gave a social and an ice cream supper last Wednesbay evening in honor of Miss Horton of Stanford and Miss Cono ver of Horse Cave The young people of the neighborhood had a delightful time The comein and goout library es tablished here some time ago will soon be ready to go out again It passes onto Burksville but it is to be hoped that the next set of books sent to this place will contain tiThe Rough Riders Elmer Willis of color who escaped from the rockpile some weeks ago was caught last Sunday week by Mr Robt Hudson and returned to the jail He will now have to serve a six months term for running It is always best to obey the law- Childrens Day will be observed next Sunday evening at the Methodist church in this city A special line of exercises are being prepared and those who put in an appearance will be favored with some beautiful and appropriate music recitations etc Rev J P Vanhoy will preach atCar mel the second Sunday 11 a m Rev T E Lewis of Springfield will arrive Monday and continue in a protracted meeting from the second Sunday All Christians are invited to attend and assist in the meeting All the children belonging to the va rious Sundayschools of this city will be made happy tomorrow Thursday A union picnic has been agreed upon and the place selected is the Fair- Grounds There will be singing inter esting talks and merriment galore The management should see that not a child is overlooked e ri r r It is believed my many who have been attending the colored meeting near town that the preacher who appears as a woman is a man She dresses as a female but her voice and ac tions indicate that she is a member of the sterner sex If he or she can point the way clearly it matters not about the clothes The fourth quarterly meeting of the Columbia circuit will be held at Pol lards Chapel near Milltown June 30 and July 1st It has been 7 years since a quarterly meeting was held at Pollards Chapel and a good crowd is expected Dinner will be served on the ground At Liberty Church five miles this side of Jamestown there will be all day services the Fourth of July Rev Geo W Perryman will be one of the speakers and a number of other able divines Should Eld Z T Williams reach home in time he will be present and will give an account of his travels in Palestine Dinner on the ground Fancy horses seem to be in demand Several buyers have been in Columbia recently looking for this class of stock In the last few months this city has sold a number of pretty animals at handsome prices Coffey Bros know how to handle stock and are ready to buy when any thing nobby comes in sight Hon M Rey Yarberry was before Judge J W Butler last Saturday afternoon charged with maliciously cutting Hon Geo Nell Mr Nell failed to appear as a witness and proof of othergentlemen not being sufficient to hold Mr Yarberry the case was dis missed on motion of the Common wealth In mentioning those who visited the Mammoth Cave last week the names of Miss Sarah Hardiu and Dr Chas Mur rell were omitted for the reason we had not been informed they were members of the party They all returned the latter part of the week reporting a most delightful visit well worth the time and money expended Our Greensburg correspondent writes us as follows Circuit court is in ses sion Judge Jas Garnett was in attend ance last week But few cases stand for trial at this term Jo Graham charged with robbery was given four years in the penitentiary Leslie Buch anan will be tried for seduction Sam Mitchell Jailer of Adair washere one day the first week of court The census enumerators for this county have about completed their work It is paid that the population- of Columbia will reach eight hundred The corporate limits of the town only extend onehalf mile from the court house and the many families who areI towns people to all intense and pur poses would swell the population to something over one thousand The limits should be extended We publish on our first page an account of the wreck at Calvary Mr W C Cabbell who was dangerously hurt has since died Others who were wounded are improving All the train went down into the water but the passenger coach and it is a miracle that forty or mole persons were not killed The loss to the L N is immense and the going out of the three human lives is very much deplored The Columbia Male and Female High School will open September 3 1000 Prof A H Ballard who will have charge of the institution is a teacher of long experience and in the many years of his work throughout this sec tion universal satisfaction has been given He will be assisted by compe tent instructors and every thing points to a good school year Circulars have been printed read and start in at the beginning of the term On account of the terrible accident which happened at Calvary last Tues day afternoon the people of Columbia were put to an inconvenience that they had not before experienced for more thirty years No mail from Louisville and the East was received for three days The Republican National Convention met selected its candidates and adjourned before the people here had an opportunity of reading the pro ceedings rA T Moore an old and respected citizen of Green county died at bis late residence near Gresham last Saturday night He was the oldest mem bet of the Ebenezer church having served as an Elder many years He was also a member of the Masonic Fra ternity and was buried by the order The religious services were conducted by Rev T F Walton pastor of the Presbyteuian church this city Sunday afternoon A very large crowd attended the funeral The President of the Russell Springs Fair Association authorizes us testate that their exhibition will begin the list week in August unless something unforeseen occurs that will necessitate the changing of the date We hope to be able to give the exact dates iu our next issue An effort will be made to secure the best show of stock ever ex bibited In Russell county and the many other attractions will draw largo crowds dally The Liberty Band will furnish the muslc Wonderful Eight Cures cholera diarrhoea colic cramps lameness sprains lumbago swellings pains In the head or body neuralgia rheumatism and toothache all pain internal or external cured quicker with Morleys Wonderful Eight than any other remedy Free trial bottles at W M Bells Joppa i r IVMiss Marie Gault a young lady who ls very pleasantly remembered Id Columbia is fast Raining reputation In the art of highclass music She is a pupil in the Conservatory of Music Detroit Michigan She appeared before a large audience last Monday her assignments being separate from the general program Musicians here who were honored with invitations pronounce the selections rare and dificult but there is not a doubt but Miss Gault rendered them to perfection Preaching at the following places next SundaySolomon Turpin White Oak E W Barnett Milltown J L Kilgore this city W D Dudgeon Jerico Lawrence Williams this city T L Hulse Pickets Chapel W H C Sandidge Union T F Walton Ebe neser J T Hall Palestine G W Dunford Cane Valley Tobias Huffa ker Shiloh W B Cave Liberty Taylor county The four oldest persons in this com munity are Mr Oscar Pile 80 Mrs Polly Page 82 Mrs Susan Russell 86 Mrs Mary Burton 87 Mr Pile and Mrs Burton are in comparatively good health Mrs Russell and Mrs Page butiare to be about All four of these respected old persons are in full possession of their mental faculties The combined ages of the four make 335 years We trust that they may live to spend many more happy days Paid list since last week GTSher rell Dr B T Wood B T Neat J W Denny T A Blankenship Miss Esther Coe W T Selby W M Griever W A Eastham J H Barger G H H Blankenship F L Selby Dr A M Jackman W N Stokes J W Jack man W C Shepherd J H Phelps JlI Stephens W P Ford W R Keain A H Baugh W C Grider A C Snow Berry McKinley W J Sim mons E E Holt A R Foley Geo Warren H Blankenship J E Willis A G Todd E H Conover Miss Frances Hadley who was found dead in her room at the residence of Mrs Ellen Wheat was buriedthe fol lowing day after a funeral discourse by Rev Collins The deceased had been the housekeeper for Mrs Wheat for some years and was a lady much respected She had been complaining for several days butherdeath wasvery unexpected A member of the family left the room for a pitcher of fresh wa ter and upon returning the lady was dead She was about 50 years old and was afflicted with heart disease She leaves two brothers and a small estate Mr Chas Bryant of Purdy one of the best farmers on Sulphur was in town last Saturday He brought to this office a bunch of his Bryan oats that measures over five feet in height The Bryan oat is the true and genuine 16 to 1 oat and this bunch had 16 large stalks well developed from one seed Mr Bryant has 40 acres of this kind o f oats as fine as can be found in any country We doubt whether there is a man in all the country who would pride more in the name of this oat than does Mr Bryant for he is a full fledged believer in the 16 to 1 doctrine asset forth in the last Democratic platform In Chicago The Bryan oat is all right and the 16 to 1 will yet prevail Mr Jo Akin who lives at Sparks ville this county has unnecessarily gotten himself into trouble He concluded that Charley Kingrey who lives in the same neighborhood was trying to do him an injury by having his Akins daughter appear as a witness in court against certain other parties Kingrey denied the charge and as we have heard gave the matter no fur thur concern Last Wednesday Mr Akin was in his cups so it is said Picking up his gun he went to a field where he expected to meet Kingrey Not finding him he returned to a barn owned by Kingrey and seeing him in the lot fired the contents of his gas in the groins ofhis supposed enemy Mr Kingrey is seriously hurt and Mr Akin languishes in jail A gentleman who has just gone over a goodly portion of Adair county re ports that there was never a better prospect for corn In bottoms it will soon be tasselllng and upon this ground there will be a fine production Oats will soon be ready to cut and like the recently harvested wheat crop are splendid There will be more pota toes than for years and if the worms do not get in their work there will be a sufficiency of cabbage The apple and peach crop will be immense and enough backberries to jam and pie five counties A great many cherries have been preserved and there are many trees to yet ripen We are cer tainly in a land of plenty and we should all thank the Great I Am for his boun tiful blessing Neither the Democrat ic nor Republican party bat any thing to do with furnishing these supplies A pike from the mouth of Greasy Creek to Columbia is again being agi tated in Russell county Mr James S Dunbar a prominent wholesale boot and shoe man of Nashville and a na tive of Russell county visited his old home two weeks ago He is very much Interested in the project and is anx ious that definite steps be taken in the matter Mr Dunbar states that he will obligate himself to give 11000 toward the enterprise believing that such a pike would be of incalcuable good to both Russell and Adair coun ties This matter hasbeen brought before the public a number of times but nothing tangible has ever been accomplished We believe Adaffcountv will do her part and we suggest tha a meeting of representatives citizens of both counties bo held at Montpelier talk up the enterprise subscribe their money and get to business y- t J J 4V There is not a county in the State that sticks more closely to local option than Russell Whisky cannot be secured under any pretext and we were informed upon our last visit that there were noretnilers in the county The first day of Circuit Court brought a fair sprinkling of people to town and we mixed with the crowd the whole day We did not notice a person the least in toxicated neither did we smell Intoxicants upon the breath of any man Is not this a record for which the county should feel proud The sobriety of Jamestown and the county generally is due not only to the officers who carry out the laws but to a band of Christian women who are constantly workingand praying for the utter elimination of whisky from the entire borders of the county We are told that nearly all young ladies in reach of Jamestown were members of the W C T U and through their influence many young men who in days past tarried at the wine cup no longer indulge but are sober upright citizens These refer mations were brought about we were told by kind and sympathetic words the only way under the sun to reform a man Let a friend go to another and abuse him for becoming intoxicated and the one who Is in his cups will immediately start for another drink if he knew the taking of it would tear down the walls of Jericho as it were Kindness will bring about a referma tion abuse never gentle business at Eunice Adair county for some years met with a serious misfor tune last Wednesday night his storehouse and a large stock of goods being consumed by fire His loss is estima ted at 84000 no insurance Mr Al lens residence Is but a short distance from where the store building stood andhehad been in bed sometime when the alarm was sounded When he readytochance to save the goods Mr Al len thinks the building was set on fire but he has not given out the name or names of the parties he suspects We take it that Mr Allen will rebuild and continue business at the same sympathy Rev J H Dews lecture Make the Heel Shine or from Heel to Toedrew a large audience to the Baptist church last Tuesday night The subject is unique and many were curious to know what the speaker would make outof it Itproved an excellent theme and some of as fine Ideas as we ever heard were given the anxious listeners Mr Dew is a forcible speaker and his lecture was evidently written with a view of aiding those who desire to become better men and women It abounded in wholesome advice and we trust his admonitions will be heeded They Are Very Pleasant Smokers attention He has come at last The Never Down Log Run and Keystone cigar Its made of cabbage leaves and rotten stock bad flavor If you dont believe it try one and you will like It Askyour merchant for It Manufactured by S L Howicn Som erset Ky Mr Ray Freeman of Ohio and Miss Jannie Lindley an accomplished Green county lady were married last Sunday Rev T M Green officiating QRADYV1LLE We had a good rain last week Fresh meats are very high on our market Wheat harvest is over and a very light crop in this section A B Wilmore and J W Walker were in Edmonton last week Oats anl meadow grass is looking well in this community Mesdames Moore and Bennett Cane Valley were visiting relatives In this community last week Mr George Brockman the popular merchant at Amandaville passed through our town last week on his return from Greensburg Misses Mary and Bersha Holladayof Columbia passed through our town last week en route for the community of Nelson school house Mr Jo Smith has aPeacock suckling colt that he has refused to sell at 865 Smith Nell sold Cloyd Bros of Lincoln county 50 sheep for 8127 to Bridgewaters Hardesty Lebanon 6 head of cattle and 125 sheep for about 8600 They aslo shipped a carload of heavy fat cattle to Louisville this weekMitchell Yates Edmonton in formed us that they sold 300 sheep to Luther Strater Hlseville at 3t cents The Quarterly meeting at this place last Saturday and Sunday was largely attended We had representatives from Calumbla Edmonton Breeding and several other places of importance We had plenty of good preaching and singing and an abundance of good things to cat Misses Sallie Diddle and Kate Walk er spent a few days of last week visit ing the family of Mr S D Caldwell of Portland and on their return Miss Mollie accompanied them and will remain in our community several days We are glad to note that R B Cald well who has been confined to his room with lagrippe Improving PedIgo Pace two wellknown tra daytOur town was brightened one morn ing last week by the appearance of our old friend and neighbor track1 Geo i i Il t Yates Bradfordsville who looks as young and well as he did twenty years ago He says that his Health Is good and that he is enjoying life fine and Is living in the garden spot of Kentucky counjtyaour town last week visiting his daugh ter Mrs Strong Hill Mr Reece in formed us that crops were good in his community and especially the wheat cropMr Sam Lewis Columbia called on our merchants one day last week and bought a big lot of produce from them The Messrs Wooten and families of the Sparksvllle community that emigrated to the Lone Star State a few months ago have returned and located near their old homes FROM TEXAS BONIUM Tex June 19 1900 Editor Adair County News At your request I take pleasure in availing myself of an opportunity to write a few short news notes from Texas for the benefit of my friends and relatives in Adair and adjoining coun tiesTIs an ill wind that blows anyone no good is an old adage which has been realized by the people of Fannin countyAt begining of the South Afri can war Ed D Steger k Co secured a contract to buy several thousand head of horses and mules for the BrIt- Ish Government which afforded a ready market for all of the surplus horses and mules to be found at a very fair price Soon after Eonham was made a remount station the only one of the British Government in the United States hence there have been on an average about 4000 horses and mules fed here since the opening of the war which fact alone advanced the market price of all feeds over 100 per cent which was a net gain to the farmers of Fannin and adjacent coun tiesCrops were never more promising than at present in fact the wheatand oat crop is already harvested and a few more showers insures an enormous corn crop It seems at present the farmers may say in the language of Christ to the apostles The harvest truly is plenteous but the laborers are fewPerhaps in my next letter I will be able to write more in regard to Texas as I leave here on the 23rd for a tour through the State via Sherman to Galveston thence to San Antonia and Elpaso and returning through the noted staked plains traversing in all over 2500 miles In Texas Very respectfullyW KEETOX PELLYTON Tom Ellis and wife who have been visiting relatives and friends here for somr time have returned to their home at Llnnie Mrs W H Lemon who has been quite sick for some time is improving slowly Mr Jas Powell had a narrow from losing his life one day lastescapeI He was cutting timber when lodged and In dislodging it it H I hlmi Inflicting some bad cuts OQ toe i head and face Mrs B F Mays and children Lin ale were visiting the families of J H Pelly and your correspondent last Satcurday and Sunday Rev J H Ellis fell through bis barn loft one day last week breaking several I of his ribs S A Pelly left for Hustonvllle this week with a large drove of sheep Maupindiedabout 21 years old and was a kind Spurlington MILLTOWNVWheat turned out much better than was expected before It was cut Mr J H Mercer and sons have re LoneStarneighborhood Douiherty dle and harness horse for 8125 also a bay horse from Mr Leacbman Green county for 875 Mr Jack Thomas of Cumberland connty visited the family of Mrs Liz zie Thomas recently Mrs Sarah McCaffree is visiting her sister Mrs M B May in Taylor coun ty Your scribe has Jusfrre turned from a very pleasant five weeks visit to rela tives and friends near Campbellsville A flourishing SundaySchool hasbeen organized at Pollards Chapel with Mr Bob Bumgarner Supt Quarterly meeting will be held at Pollards Chapel June 30 and July 1 VESTER The health of this community is quitegood livelytradeMrs Susan Curry and Mrs Melvina Bryant are in a critical condition Neatsburglast Miss Virgie Tupman has opened up a new stock of millinery goods at this placeMrs Nancy Acre Montpelier is visiting the family of J A Breeding Miss Ermine Henson and sister of Nashville Tenn are visiting in this vicinityMisses Cora and Mattie Reynolds are visiting in the Zion community Abby Kerl a bricmason who worked in Columbia two years ago was serions ly stabbed Campbellsville last Mon day by a young man named Gill The fight occurred over a debt LockJaw Ed H Hardin China Springs Tex says One large dose of Morleyss Wonderful Eight cured my mare of lockjaw It was a wonderful cure and saved me a 6500 animal Free trial bottles at W M Bells Joppa Ky A Slaughter Sale The entire stock of goods formerly controlled by Mr C R Warm aner is now for sale at cost This stock of goods consists ofa general line and of a good quality This will not last long Heres some prices Best Shirtings 5 to 7c Two packs Arm and Hammer Brand Soda 5c Monarch Coffeo 15c Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes of fine quality at Manufactu rers prices Come at once if you want a bargain 1000 articles bound to go ALLEN PILE Assignee C R Warinner PROGR7 MM + OF TnE Missionary and Sunday School convention r oxThe Russell Greek Association TO CONVENE WITH Hawods Fork Church July the 28th and 29th Nineteen Hundred Saturday 10 alB 1 Devotional exercises W S Dudgeon 2 The needs and plans of tho District BoardW W Ingram and B 0 Dnrrett 8 Our Mission Field its needs outlook and claims upon usE W Barnett 4 Prayer and Hymn Anywhere With Jesus 5 How aro we to meet the great spiritual of oura awociation T M Green 6 The Kingdom set up when where and by whom who were the first in itA B Cree NightSermonESuafey 9 I M 1 The ultimate object in Sunday school instruction and the steps to its accomplishment M Green and W S Dudgeon 2 What is covetousness and ho 1wWilson 8 EnglandMiaskmaiy SLfo1T LGreen A C Cto v Y 5 t i J l q j PoultryHints- liciisure generally mu L ucusful in r hatching chickens in midsummer 4fThisIs largely due to their allowing their eggs to get too tool while off feed ing There Is less danger of Vermin with chick raised in the liriMnIvr Ilcw tine kept with thu hcu hub it ruijuiruitcuu stant vigilance with tile brooder chicks to keep them entirely clean The introduction of new blood into Hocks of pure bred fowls poultry is quite as important as the Introduction- of pure bred fowls on farms where only the mongrel breeds have predominated The Leghorn Dominique and Cor nish game are all hardy fowls They t begin to feather at two weeks old and are soon comparatively safe The Asia tic breeds arc frequently half grown before they are in full feather The hen is still the farmers best friend She comes to his rescue in midwinter in the spring time and in summer with the egg the most mar ketable product of the farm and keeps up a supply of groceries for the good housewifeThe business has started ma ny good business men on the road to I success The boy on the farm that can raise a few pennies can go into raising in a way that he can mak some money out of it Look out for the loy that likes to work with the poultry and make itpay lie will make a huIncss man some day if he has a chance National Stockman and Far merWhite Man Turned Yellow Great consternation was felt by the friends of M 0 Jlogarty of Lexington Ky when they saw he was turning yellow Isis skin slowly changed color also his eyes and he suffered terribly II is malady was Yellow Jaundice He was treated by the best doctors but without benefit Then he wasadvise to try Electric Bitters the wonderful Stomach and Liver remedy and h writes After taking two bottles I was wholly cured A trial proves its matchless merit for all Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Olny 50c Sold by T E Paull druggist Children have long memories and are lot easily decieved the second time ihus the 1ost Dispatch reports theJo Jiscomtitureof a St Louis motherwho look her fiveyearold sonto the photo r iphers being particularly anxious to tsomeg Kidpictures Thechildsjidea the alliir however seemed not to Ijrmonize with that of his mother for vnen the man with the camera began to adjust the lens and direct it toward rule Edward that young person set iy a howl In vain did his mother do lifi best to quiet him Edward did tut want his picture taken Why nij child she said soothingly the tre tleman wont hurt you just smiles keep still a moment and it will all ver before you know it Yes I t AV it mama whimpered Edward Ole tears running down his cheeks irt thats what you told me at the u uists n ti nv if any of your family are suffer Ib with Chills and fever aching of I bones Jaundincc Biliousness or y other symptoms of Malarial Poil i we earnestly solicit you to try a 50 t ut bottle of Morleys Tasteless Chill Si up for It used according to direct JH we know it will cure No Cure Pay Sold by W M Bell Joppa T the high officials of the present ministration ever knew anything a it the Monroe doctrine they have I r ibly become so muddled on the ti ibject that it is all a dream to I t i Theyhave been trying to teach V i 3 doctrine in theOricntand neg fg the uneducated people at homer PTWA Gallon of PURE LINSEED OIL mixed Iltiidr1idJ r n gallons of the VZBT nEST XT a the WOULD for 250 or Po ALpR 5lf11 I 1MI paint bilL Is FAR fORE DtmA1ILE than 1 tx ynrre LEAD and Is dBSOLrTLLY NOT POI ai i IIAH3ZAtt PAPT Is reade of the BEET O- Fr I IIATERIALSIacb es all good painters use II round TRICK VERY TPIICE No trouble to orJe cost andls at4 so CRACK BLISTER PEEL or Cnw- L JLUIHAR PAINT CO stLouis Me Soldand guaranteed by O T E PfULL C J tV o y i 1 + Letter toMrBryiri- t Ilohll Brisbane Walker has written upon the Issues of the campaign Ito Win J Bryan The letter Is dated ut Mr Walkers home utlrvlngtunon ilioIludstin If Y rind is as follows Upon every hand the next Prcsl ilvnlial ciccUun is regarded as likely to Ijo the most iiuportant in the history of the Republic The question which will be upper must is not simply a question of good or bad legislation but the finality shall the republic give place Ui a form of government which will be the equiva lent of a monarchy or worse Shall Democratic forms of government be replaced by the rule of the few unscru pulous men who have no regard for the general welfare or life of Republican institutionsWith Democratic party alone the hope of rescue lemalns The man who by his error of judgment makes the success of that party impossible may be responsible for the downfall of the republic crusts UPON us The Democratic party represents all that there is in concrete form of opposition to the dangerous state of affairs which now threatens upon it Republic have the vote of the great majority of honest men In such a crisis the worst enemy of the Democratic party and of the country is that man who would narrow the platform and creed under which voters must act upon lines which may exclude those who are sincerely anxious for the public welfare To repeat the success of the Democratic party is nec essary for the preservation of govern ment by the people There are many issues for which the Democratic party stands but there is only one issue up bedunited Imperialism trust rule mil allerepresent but one issue and upon this issue every Lincoln Republican and ev ery Jefferson Democrat may unite The finance issue while of immediate importance must have no place in this campaign its introduction will endan ger more vital interests No man has a better right to say this than I who 25 years ago made it a part of my con tract in taking charge of the Washing ton Dally Chronicle that I should be allowed to advocate the remonetization ofsilver and in the Buffalo Convention of 1896 wrote and secured the adoption of the clause indorsing the Chicago platform BELIEVES IN HKVAN I know what men are saying and thinking With a large personal ac quaintance and correspondence scattered all over tLe country I am satisfied that those Democrats who were most earnest in urging the adoption of the Chicago platform in 1896 and are most anxious for the success of the Democratic institutions today look at this matter in the light which I have here indicated You have reason to know my belief in your great per sonal fitness to represent the interests of the people in the next campaign I trust your sincerity your Impervious ness alike to fear to flattery to pur chase I trust to your wisdom to con duct the affairs of the nation But your leadership will be dearly purchased if in order to secure it we must adopt a platform which however just in the enunciation is unwise and un necessary at this time and which must result i n driving away those voters which are necessary to perpetuate Republican institutions A Card of Thanks 1 wish to say that I feel under last- Ing obligations for what Chamberlains Cough Remedy has done for our family We have u cd it in so many cases of coughs lung troubles and whooping cough and it has always given the most perfect satisfaction we feel greatly indebted to the manufacturers of this remedy and wish them to please accept our hearty thanks Respectful ly Mus S DOTY Desmoines Iowa For sale by M Cravens Republican extravagance colild not be entirely curbed even in a presiden tial year The appropriations made the Republican congress at the session just ended aggregate 8700000000 The Appetite oC a Goat Is envied by all whoso Stomach and Liver are out if order But such should know that Dr Rings Kew LIre Pills give a splendid appetite sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 25c at T E Paullii drug store Democrats ask nothing more of the people than that the Republican party he judged by the record made by the Republican majority inboth branches Tat the session ot congress just ended X11 it t T J 1 Imaginary Ills It is probably within bounds to say that large propotion if not fully one half of the troubles whichaffllct man kind are wholly imaginary or at least greatly exaggerated A considerable part of every physicians practice con sists in the treatment of minor all ments and of diseases which exist only in his patients imagination If this were all and the only result of too much introspection and notice of supposed symptoms were to increase the physicians income there would not be so much said against it Bur unfortunately imaginary diseases cau ii a great deal of sufferingas much If not more than the real troubles of which they are the counterfeits There are few mere wretched objects than the confirmed hypochondriac whose days and nights are spent in counting his pulse looking at his tongue noticing every flutter III his chest or little shooting pain in his head and reading medical books Such a man is perhaps more to be pitied than the victim of fatal disease for while he may live longer his life is so barren of happiness as to be scarce ly worth the having There is almost no disease which one who makes a consistent study of every little unusual sensation cannot imagine himself to have but he irt disease is perhaps the one oftenest simulated It is easy to count the pulse and to im agine queer sensations in the chest and the rhythm of the heart beats changes under such slight provoca tion especially if there is a little indi gestion that nothing Is simpler than to imagine oneself the subject of some serious disease of this organ The habit is thus formed of watch ing ones simptoms and once formed it is most difficult to overcome The best protection against the ac- quirIng of such a habit is education in childhood Parents should never appear solicitous nor take notice of every little ache or pain with which a child runs to its mother A sharp stitch in the side docs not always mean pneu monia nor a stomach ache appendici tis and children should be taught to disregard little discomforts It a child Is given a very light supper and put to bed when it complains it will soon learn not to exaggerate small ills Real sickness usually makes its presence kuown by unmistakable signs and there is slight danger that a man ly disregard of minor ailments and a refusal to be frightened by them will lead to the neglect of any really serious trouble Youths Companion Worth Knowing Those who have good brood mares in foal should remember that they will do better and bring better colts if they are given a little exercise each day They can do much of the light farm work even up to the time of dropping the foal and again by the time the colt is a week old But this does not mean that they should be strained drawing heavy loads nor that they must be worked into a perspiration in a hot day a warm day in the spring being worse than a hot day in July Long drives are bad for them but not as bad as a fast mile Slipping on ice or plunging through snowdrifts may cause abortion Keep them in good thrifty condition but do not make them over fat and do not give them heating food like corn or corn meal Good clover or early cut fine hay and a mixture of bran and oats makes the best feed for them until they can get to grass as it keeps the bowels open and a few roots occasionally are good Nor do we know of any objections to a dally feed of ensilage if it is at hand Instead of the roots If our Eastern farmers realized that the bringing of a colt does not mean the loss of the use of the mare for several months in a year but only a careful use of her and that such uc is better for her than Idleness we think they would raise more cults than they do Many of them we know have mares that would make good brood mares and one need not go far iu most sections to find a good stallion A good colt is likely to command a good price for the next five years and a farmer who has a good mare could raise one and out feel that It had cost him anything when 3 years old excepting the stallion fee If the people wish to keep on paying war taxes and to see the construction of the Nicaragua canal indefinitely postponed they will keep the Republi cans in control of congress and the fed eral government L Hardesty S5 Son Mt Eden Ky say We consider Morleys tasteless Chill Syrup the best we ever told We sold 40 bottles of it this month and not a failure in the lot In fact when our doctors rind a case hard to cure they send to us for Morleys Tasteless Chill Syrup and it never falls to cure II Sold by WY Bell Joppa Ky IJ I y- I i The Cream Train the heifer into good habits with herfirst calf Lack ofcolor generally abides in poor butterMaking buttermilk flavored butter may be stopped by washing the buttermilk out The smaller the globules can be made in bringing the butter the easier it will be to free from buttermilk The way to secure the best quality of butter is to pave the way by providing the best facilities About two thirds of what a cow con sumes goes to her bodily support the balance to milk production One advantage in grinding the food is that to some extent the animal or ganism is relieved of the labor of performing the work of digestion Motherhood in its largest develop mentis the object sought In the profitable cow Even for milk production a hearty thrifty condition is quite as important as it is for the production of fat A cow tn be a good milker must be a good feederIt are fed to the milch cows the seed should be taken out and the pnmpkin cut up into small pieces so that the cows can easily eat them While some breeds of cows are better adapted to the dairy than others first class butter has been made from the milk of nearly every known breed Sugar and buttermilk can be dissolv ed outof butter but can never be work ed out beyond a certain point The lesson to learn Is to feed the cow all that she v ill consume readily of a good variety of food that is easily digested and to give her pure water air and good attention Keep the milk as sweet and fluid as possible so that the fat globules or cream as they ascend to the surface will be obstructed as little as possible When young heifers calve and it be comes necessary to train them to milk use the utmost gentleness The co will appr eciate the kindness It will also be n material help if a little feed is given at milking time It will occu py her attention and she will be less likely to become excited An advantage with the dairy cow that gives a good flow of milk during the winter is that she will bring i money when it is much needed and when the average farmer has very Jit tle opportunity of making money and in this way she may be made a valua ble acquisition to the farm Americann Grange Bulletin I r 7 Only Tramp Dogs Two tramp dogs wandered into Kirk wood Mo from no one knows where last week People noticed them prowl Ing around the bad entrances of houses but gave them no especial at tention until compelled to do so by the walls of one of the animals a dog with o trace of shepherd blood in his veins The wild weird howls coming from in front of the Presbyterian Church at midnight caused an investigation by a few who were out late They found one of the dog lying in front of the church dead A wagon had run over him The print of the tires were across his body At his side sat the shepherd dog reared back on his haunches and howling as if in a delirium of agony This continued all night for those who tried to drive Pythias away were only snapped at In the morning the Town Marshal tried to coax the animal away from the corpse but he would not budge he had been howling a dirge for 12 hours And when any one attempted to approach the remains of the dead i deg he snapped and showed his teeth menacingly The Marshal was perplexed Finally some one suggested that he 1m lassoed and draped away while others took the remains of the death dog and bur rica them The 1lrhallldupted this method with rntire KUCCIVS for the dog was dragged away despite his pr tcstant howls Then the remains of the dead dog were taken iu an opposite direction and burled after which he was turned loose given a kick and told to begone The dog put his nose to the ground and started off An hour later he was found lying on his partners grave occasionally giving forth a howl of irreconciliable grief People are beginning to think he de serves a reward for his devotion and several of the most kindhearted are talking of adopting him rItSaved Ills Leg P A Danforth of Lagrange Ga suffered for six months with a fright ful running sore on his leg but writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only druggistnTo Cure La Grippe In Two Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets All druggist refund the money f it fails to cure E W Groves signature onevery box 25 cents + PROGR MME r OF TIIE- e iesTO WE HKLD AVITII THE Baptist Church Gradgville Kentucky dulcj 1012 1900 Tuesday Morning Devotional Exercises W B Cave 2 How may we unify and build up the Lords work in our section W S Dudgeon 3 First study in RomansJ C Massie Tuesday Afternoon 1 Devotional ExercisesRobert Wilson 2 Responsibility in the ordination of Ministers W T Underwood 3 First study in the Phillippiaus W B McGaricty 4 The pastor and his workJ B Ferrell- Wednesday Morning 1 Devotional ExercisesB Y Wilson 2 By whom is a man called to the ministry and what are the evidences o- fcallW a L Pierce 3 Second study in Phillipplans W B McGariety 4 Exegesis Matt 281020A C Cree 5 Soulwinning W B Cave Wednesday Afternoon 1 Devotional Exercise J A Pierce 2 Second study in RomansJ C Massie 3 llow 1 prepare my sermonsJames Cook 4 Exegesis John 10 2i29W B McGarlet- yThursdayMornlng 1 Devotional Exercises H S Bell 2 The Bible and MissionsJ C Massie and H TJesse 3 How I study my BibleEdgar W Barnett 4 Third study in RomansJ C Massie 5 Bible reading on giving T M Green 1 Thursday Afternoon 1 Devotional ExercisesE F Tucker 2 Third study in Phillppians W B McGariety 3 Is regeneration necessary to church membership General Discussion A cordial invitation is extended to all by the Grady villl Baptist Church I Fifth AYEIIUE ISold s- PIKE CAMPBELL MANAGER MOST CENTRALLY LOCATED AND BEST CON DUCTED 20J IIOTEL IN THE CITY 1NEAB TilE TOEATBES CHURCHES AND WHOLE ALE HOUSES OF THE CITY LOUXSWILLE KENTUCKY I PATTERSON HOTEL J7M6ST0WN I Y So I etter place can be found than at the above named hotel It is new elegantly fur niolt d and theta M it all times sup lijwith the best tin mirket affords m F t Stable in con- nectll J J pTrERSON Proprietor Universal Woodworker Turning Lathe andIIs Scroll Saw AM NOW PREPARED to do any kindof fancy and turned work My shopwill be at the Columbia scrolIWler mill If you want to build a house or repair a 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 meaJ G MORRISON COBCOBA DAESll PROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon So Marible oS WorksT LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers In all kinds ofenDGUANI1E AtfARBLE gt Jll f e PRICE5 LOW VVORK GUARANTEED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts etc WM F JEFF1UES Local Agent Columbia Ky R O IIUBEL T II KUUEt U13EL 13 OTT1ES Successors to Falls City Buggy Top Cot t Manufacturers of and Dealers in all kinds of J Vehicles Buggy Tops and CUSHIONS s Write For Catalogue crf NO 142 East Main St LOUISVILLE kY IfYou Smoke Send For a Sample Box of t13aittds little J4avanas 3 FOR 5 CENTS 150 Per Hundred 25 cents Extra for Postage ORBR t7VtILLI0N SOLD IN 1899 BAJRPS 5th and Jefferson Louisville Ky 4Pft00ftr MME OF TILE Missionary and Snoiini Softool Fifth Sunday Meeting oPTILE SOUTH GUMBERLflND RIVER fSSOGiIITIO- NTO HE IIELD WITH Bethlehem Church Pulaski County Kentucky July the 28th and 29th 1900 Saturday iQ a m j 1 Devotional exorcisesJ M loydI8 What interest ought we take in carrying out the commissionS C Jones and Jacob Mayfield 8 Who ought to support the preaching of the Gospel Win Si Tay lor and W B Cave I 4 Is there any scripture for appointing a committee to eeo an erring brotherD F Epperson and J M P Floyd 5 Is the Lords Supper restricted J C Clemens and J J Copper Sunday Morning 9 a m 1 Devotional exercises Wm H Collins 2 Is it the duty of every church to have a Sunday school andwho should attend C F Breeding and J W New 8 Ought notthe members of the church to read the scriptures more C 0 Trimble and F G Merriekst vlytJjjfc 4 Sermon Jacob Mayfield 7 V 5 The Question Box on hand each day Everbody invited to attend C C TRIMBLE JJ CoOl Jm- s rG Pf MYERS tsJ r uV COMMITTEE l 4 I I l 1p 5