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Digital page images are linked to the text file. il r 1 tt C it 71J THE ADAIK COfJNTY NEWS VOLUME 3 COLUMBIA ADAIB COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1900 NUMBER 38r r JPOSTOFFICE DIRECTORY J M Russell Postmaster Office hours week days 7 00 a m to 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY CiBcnrrCoORTThree sessions a yearThird Monday In May andMonday In January third Monday In September Circuit JudgcW WJones Commonwealth s AttorneyNIL W Aaron SheriffJ W Hurt Clerk Jno B Coffey CoU TY CcuRTFirst Monday In each month JudgeJ W Butter County AttorneyJas CU mett Jr ClerkT R Stults JallerS H Mitchell Assessor0 A Bradshaw SurvcyorRTMcCaffrec School SuptWDJonea CoronerLeonard Fletcher second Monday In OITTT CouBT Begularconrt ach month adgeJ W Atkins of orney Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN to BonKSVittB STMKTRCT T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at9 a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BDBKSVJILB STBBETRev J L Kilgore pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GBEESSBUBO BTBKBTBev E W Barnett tastor Services third Sunday in each month Jandayschol every Sabbath at 9am Prayer meeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CAMPBBLLSVILIB PiKRElder 1 Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool over Sabbath at9am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES c MASONIC COLUMBIA LoDGE No 98 F and A MRegu in their ball over bank on Fri eachmonthT B STULTS Sccj COLCMBIA CHAPTEB B A M No 7 meets first Monday night in each month J 0ItussEU H P I TB Stults Secretary B ter=m car S ConoYer Hotel of JOHN N CONOVER Proprietor Columbia Kentucky I HISHotel is one of the best In this 1 section of the State It is jv large rew brick containing twentjjpight ooms all elegantly furnished Good ample rooms and the table is sup plied with the best provisions the coun try affords Rates very reasonable Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLESTREETColumbia JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop QjjThe above Hotel has been re tted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of Table supplied with the bes the marketafords Rates reasonable rood sample room Feed stable at hcd f GOfflERGIE HOTEL I JAMESTOWN KY HOLT t VAUGHAN Proprietors 0openeTandd afttlr d Tbwithare gueatsGood samplo rooms and the buldlug is to the butlnew homes t class livery attacked to the hotel Terms- ir very lenso table Lebanon SteamLaundry L KYJ 0rH ROUG L equipped mover- laundryTV II plant i conducted hv expo fenced workmen and dclog as high trade work as cgs be turned out anyplace ill the Country patronize a institution Work of nussellTaplorand Green W It JOnMSTON 60 Pro ReeD MILLER Agents Gbivinbl Kentucky La Grippe Jake a dose or two eIT Mill Itun Ncrviaa daily LiLadtearer Pius forBN are es shall Uyy arefavorite 40 Uieir work quietly bat fteai J ea dose Sold by p ELD Z T WILLIAMS LETTER- s From Athens to Naples Editor of the NewsiMy last was Athens containing an account of our trip from Constantinople to Athens On our arrival at Fireas the port to Athens wo were saluted by twenty shots from a little is Grecian Man of War lying in the harmor and we congratulated our selves on being tuna recognized and honored as American citizens abroad But a little later on we learned that the salute was in honor aof the return of the Arch Bishop of Athens from the marriage Princes Marie King Georges daughter to George Grand Duke Russia which occurred at Cor infue the summer home of the King We learn from a reliable source that Princess Marie did not want marry the Duke but that her mother Queen Algy made the match We were somewhat chagrined when we discovered our mistake but it was not the first mistake we had made touching- our recognition abroad Athens is four miles from the port of Pireas We took a train into the city and arrived at the Grand Alexander Hotel about N 680 am Athens had dwindled down to a poor village of about 300 houses in 1884 About that time the seat of government was transferred hither from Naples The present city was planned by HeraSchanbest a German architect and is one of the handsomest and most uniformly built cities in the levant and its principal streets resemble those of American cities Two straight streets intersecting each other in the center of the city constitute the arteries of traffic The streets are broad and the buildings tall and uniformly built The present population is ahout 125000 The rapid growth of the city is attributed to the fact of King George II moving the seat is government here The modern city is uptodatestreet cars electrib lights underground railways etc The Kings Palace and the Palace gardens are not in the best conditions now A University was inaugurated here in 1837 There are four departments Theology Jurisprudence Medicine and Phylosophy It is attended by 1500 students taught by sixty Professors Connected with the University is a pharmaceutical school chemical and anatomical institutes an observatory a libra ry of over 100000 volumes and a musseum of natural history There is also a school for girls here founded and richlyendowed by M ArsakisThere are many ruins to mark th ancient greatness of the city which we can now only mention few of the most important Th Theseiou Temple is over two thons and years old and is the best pre editfices of Athens or of all Greece There are thirteen Doris columns Petelic marble 7 at the side and six at the end During the middle ages it was converted into a church and dedicated by St George It is 104 feet long and 54 feet wide The Odeion Theater which wa built by Herodes Atticus is locat ed at the base of the Acropolis and is among the moet interesting of the ruins Herodes Atticus belonged to a wealthy Roman family and inherited a large estate from his father and built thisof theater in honor of his wife It ieto semicircle and rises gradually with the natural hill Stone seats for the audience are still therer and all the ancient outlines of theater in three parts stage or Thrisa one to covered which was an exception to the rule farther east at the base Theaterdof snid to be the dramatic cradle of art in ancient Greece where the master pieces of the most famous drama ist first excited the admiration and delight of the Athenians in the temple of the wineloving god It is liko the first mentioned one but is much larger and finer L konrgus the great law giver at tended this theater There mains in tact at the base of the semicircle many solid marble eats with names efancienc potentates and philosophers still inscribed on them The Acropolis s the most important place among the ruins The Parthenon temple occupies the culminating point of the Acropolis and excelled all other build a ings in brilliancy in Athens It well preserved for its age Erech theion is next in beauty and sacredness Is It occupies the spot where Athena and Poseidon deoid ed their strife for the possession- of Athens Then comes next on lower elevation to the west the AraopogusMars Hill No wonder Pauls soul was stirred within him as he uttered the language of W Acts 1728 Then Paulstood the midst of Mars Hill and said ye men of Athens I perceive that in all things you are too superstitious R or as the new version D has isomewhat religious Here he made the speech recorded jinjthe chapteri Diouysius was con verted to Christianity by the sermon W and afterwards a Christian J church was dedicated there to him The hill is disappointing in appearance It is a rough rocky hill 350 feet high and gradually decends to the S W but on the W JE precipitous A flight of 15 steps cut in the solid stone is the only access to the top We stood where Paul was supposed to S have stood when he made that Jspeech We saw the Temple of D of Jubiter marked only by 15 A large fluted columns which are still standing This temple was J never enclosed Near it is the Adrian gate and the statue of Byron with the maid of Athens look ing in his face giving back his R heartThe Stadion + the place of the Olympion and Athletic games is C an open space with natural rising- on either side with marble seats jThe stadion is COO feet long and accommodates 50000 people It now being rebuilt by Mr Av R erof of Alexandria at an expense R of one and a half million franks We left Athens on the morning R of the 19th of May for Patras via old Corinth The railroad runs J Jby new Corinth and we took car riages from there to the old ruins There is an American company there at work now excavating and are finding some important statues and ancient buildings in ruins The work is being done by the American school at Athens There have been up toB years ago but little to mark the site of this city ofancient greatness and where Paul remained one and a half years afterward and wrote two let ters to the Church there weea theaAthe ens name an landed at Brindisi at 4 oclock o Monday morning the 21st We took breakfast in Brindisi and I am safe in saying it was the tough est meal we have had on our trip Sour bread aged butter mean cof fee and poor eggs Beef steak was the only redeeming feature of the meal We took train for Naples ats5 p m now this letter We have now made our first cir cuit in the Orient We lauded here on the 27th of March and left- the 28th and lauded back the 218 May We have many reasons be thankful for we have certainly been well favored by the kind providence of our Heavenl Father We feel sure that our reImembered us in their petitions t throne of grace We now sing We are going home tomorrow and Home Sweet Home with pleasant an ticipatipnB We will now take time to see Naples as we did not have time to see it when we arrived If the Lord wills I will write my next from Naples to Rome We hope now to sail for America on the 28dof rune and get home by the 4th of July We winy have been gone then just fonrL months We have now been ore n the sea about SO days and nights without storm or accident i c r Financial ReportJ Met6dIt66onnll The following statement exhibits the financial condition of Metcalfe county M presentIt B from the last settlement with W E Young Sheriff of Metcalfe R county made April 3rd 1900 there in said Sheriffs hands belonging- to the county the snot of 188121 The following claims were allowed during the year 1899 by the Fiscal and County Courts payable by and due from the T county to persons holding the same to the amount of 300450 and are as fol J lows APRIL TERM 1899 W Nunn for account filed for keeping paupers f21 60 Wes Jones for same 2 70 J Cann Edwards burial cloth J Ces for pauper 4 76 JE Cassady conveying A P Holland to asylum 15 84 G Cummins for conveying Fanny Miller to asylum 15 84 PM Grey keeping pauper 6 21 Etta Compton coffin for pauper 550 D Peak for same 150 W Clark for making tables Bfor court house 4 00 JWL Oldham clothing forpau per 7 10 Thos Romine lumber furnish Bed 204 RR Oldham lumber on road 33 50 W Clements repairing chairs 5 00 Wm Rose conveying lumber to asylum 5 84 R Smith for lumber ou B road 1 25 N Moran for same 1 50 J Anderson for same 2 55 B Eubank for account filed 5 45 D Sparks for same 8 4 gBMary A Ferguson for keeping Geo C Ferguson 25 00 C Galloway recording deed to the county 17 W R Oldham lumber furnish ed 1 50 B Pendleton services as election commissioner 4 00 B Scott for same 4 00 jMillerH Nunn repairing vault lock 200 L Hodges house for election 189798 4 00 C Galloway account filed 52 32 W E Young for same 39 50 B Morris for same 47 50 E Henry fuse and powder 50 H C Slinker repairing road tools 250 Br in Clayton for account- S d i860 R A Cunningham lumber furnished 12 00 Ben Shirley jr hauling lum ber on road l 25 W A Word work on road 3 00 J M Shave for same 3 00 John H Word for same 4 50 J R Toomey for same T50 T A Gooden services as School Superintendent for the year 1899 400 00 David Faulkener for keeping Bell Churchman a pauper 35 00 M O Scott services as coun ty attorney for 1899 350 00 J W Kinnaird services as 350nas jailer 294 35 JBLum justice of the peace three days 9 00 B H Harvey for same 9 00 J H Hubbard for same 9 00 R C Galloway clerk of fiscal court three days 9 00 Etta Compton for account filed 360 J M White painting courthouse and jail roof 1000 Carver building resi hdence for jailer 635 00 Total allowance April term 1899 1253320O- CTOJlEtt TEUM 1899 houset 55 00 W W Nunn for account filed for keeping pauper 233 30 Wes Jones for keeping colored 52y50 pers 9 00 Klllis Ooomer for roffln and- o clothing for pauper 9 00 M E Barren coffin for pauper 3 W T Scott for account filed for clothing for paupers 43 65 Luther Rhea for gbovels tor road 1 20 Gf R Jeffries for lumber on rotd 525 John T Janes for act glad 50 WT Button for clothing for pauper 3 58 A J Franklin timber on road 6 R A Cunningham same 6 88 H R Vanitat Jail phyiclan 8 E B BoauchaHip for account filed 19 M J D Sparks for Act Sled 385 r Bruinstaller work OH road 2 00 SMMorrison same 2 00 J F Flaney timber a t load 1 50 B Davis etc jtidgaieaG for right of way for road 6330 r 3Is R Gannon for lumber on road 24 46 B Morris for Act filed 700 W E Young for Act filed 1610 jGlasgowfinancial reports 7 00 The SemiWeekly News Jailers residence specifications 1 50 F Sparks for lumber on road 3 00 C Galloway for account filed as clerk 103 95 H Nunn for account filed for stationary 5 00 Miller Bros for account filed for merchandise 10 60 Wes Jones keeping pauper 312tH Previtt for Act Sled for medicine for jail inmates 14 15 W Kinnard for account filed for settlements with School QJHfiled 19 35 B Eubank for same 5 00 B Morris for same 1 00 M Carver for same 2 50 W Coffey jailer account filed 279 85 W E Young sheriff account filed 16 00 K Hubbard for account uJBpoor house 25 00 W Love Co for surveying 1000 B Lane justice of the peace pJH Harvey for same 9 00 C Galloway clerk 3 days 9 00 Total allowance October term 1899 1129 25 SPECIAL TERM DECEMBER 14 1899 W Smock services as phy smallpoxI 50 00 books furnished for the year 1899 25 00 Total amount for December 0special term 1899 75 00 orders of allowance made by the County Judge under the statutes during thedyear 1899 W E for waiting on all 5county courts from January 1st 1898 to April 1st 1899 39 in number 7800 M B Carter conveying prison er from Green county to Ed monton 590 Compton Deputy Coroner of Green county for convey- Ing ptisoners from Green county 9 50 Lewis P Depp Constable for conveying prisoners from Bar EdmontonHenry 4 00 countyKy cess from circuit court 69 65 05Granded 1899 3904 50 One thousand six hundred and twen tyfive dollars and seventyfive cents paidbeforeto on April 3 1900 leaving two thous seventyeightdollars of claims which are payable out of the present years county levy In addI- tion to the foregoing the Fiscal Court at its October term 1899 levied an ad valorem tax of 20 cents on the 810000 wasfixed1900 to meet the above claims all of which Is respectfully submitted B C GALLOWAY CourtJune Was It A Miracle 0pThe marvellous cure of Mrs Rena J Stout of Consumption has created Intense excitement in Cammack Ind writes Marion Stuart a leading drug gist of Muscle Ind She only weigh ed 90 pounds when her doctor In Yorktown said she must soon die Then 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 is positively guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung diseases 506 and 100 Trial bottles free at T E Paulls drug store Havana has another scandal Seventytwo professors and twen tyfour assistants in the University have been receiving 24000 a year each Some have no claims at all and others only one or two students The list has been cii from ninetysix to forty There 00are but 450 students White Man Turned Yellow Great consternation was felt by the friends of M O Hogarty of Lexington Ky when they saw he was turning yellow His skin slowly changed color also his eyes and he suffered terribly His malady was Yellow Jaundice Ho OOWal treated by the best doctors but without benefit Then he was advised 00to try Electric Bitters the wonderful Stomach and Liver remedy and he writes After taking two bottles I swB wholly cured A trial proves Its matchless merit for allStomacb Liver and Kidney troubles Olny50c Sold 1 by T E Paul druggist r i j a c POWERS ARRESTED Time He Was Nab bed in Harlan County Habeas Corpus Proceedings Immedi ately Instituted ON THE SAME 0 LD CHARGE I HAIILAK Ky June 26Superin of Public Instructions John L Powers of Knox county who was Indicted at Frankfort together with Harlan Whittaker Charles FInley Taylor Jim Howard and others for participation in the murder of Senator William Goebel was arrested here this morning Mr Powers came to Harlan on legal business While attending to these matters he was arrested on the warrant Issued from the Franklin Circuit Court Mr Pbwers at once employed an at orney who took out habeas corpus papers before County Judge Cbrnett and the matter was taken under ad visement It is thought here that will be released on the same in a similar case in Knox countyThere was much excitement in the town today when it became known that Powers had been arrested He is well known in this section and has many staunch friends Later He was released The Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all whose Stomach and Liver are out of order But such should know that Dr Kings New Life Pills give a splendid appetite sound and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 2c at TE Paulls drug store News Items Karl Sontag the wellknown German actor is dead Carpet millat Philadelphia was destroyed by fire Loss over 75 000 The street car strike in St Louis is growing better and a satisfactory adjustment will be made More lawyers have been hired by the Finer Bide in the Hopkins vane scandal Martin J Russell one of the proprietors and editor of the Chicago Chronicle IS dead Two regiments of regulars will be shortly withdrawn from Cuba for service in the far East The German Minister at Pekin Baron Von Ketteler reported kinI ed by the Borers is still alive The new battleships to be nam ed Virginia Rhode Island Mary land Colorado and South Dakota A Confederate monument was unveiled at Huntington W Va in the presence 7000 people It Saved His Leg P A Danforth of Lagrange Ga suffered for six months with a fright ful running sore on his leg but writes whollyscured it in five days For Ulcers+ Wounds Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25 cts Sold by T E Paull druggist If the Republicans overlooked an opportunities to make mistakes i their Philadelphia platform I fail to note them said Hon William Jen nlngs Bryan in an interview In which he made his first comments of the campaign on the oppositions and promises says the Chicago chro icle last Saturday ThePhilalelpht- t a platform is the best evidence thus fa given of the deception attempted b the Republican party Takenln connection with the speeches made at th convention it shows that the Bepub lican party platform in 1890 was a deliberate fraud as far as tbe promises of international biraetalism were concerned that the partys attitude on the trusts question is inclncere and that the party is not willing to state its attitude on thePhillppIne question and invite the judgment of the people Nothing was more manifest in the convention than the military spirit and yet the convention did not dare to indorse the demand of the President Ial806 for a standing army of 100000 men fj ii JJ0 W0 NliTSa1 + Blacksmiths + AND WOOd WorifceJr Columbia Ky I am prepared to do all kinds of work In my line and if you need re- paIring done on your Wagons Buggies or Farm Implements remember me keep for sale wagon and buggy w iboltsfaction guaranteed Give me a ti- NewlyFn callyshed American Plan LCO Per DaylJuc 93o8icrf 8 Cote 1 MEALS 25c 523 W Market SI LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER nr Wilmore Hotel W M WILMORE Prop GradyvillejIt THERE is no better place to stop hotelGood Feedstable GORDON MONTGOMERY ttl fDathWJ 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RESTAORAKf JAKBS BULL Prsyricter L BANOITyThis stand is located Bear the depot aad meals are furnished tall hours at 25 teats per iMal The bigreat btes UM ea atrygatat situag rooraa fotlatlhe1- Y II fix IM C WffiGOITYMS Published Every Wednesday BY THE p Adair Bounty News So ZNCORPOltATJgO CHA8 8 MAURIS Editor A Democratic newspaper devoted to the Inter osts of the city ofColumbta and the people ot AdaIr and adjacent counties =Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second class mall matter SUBSCRIPTION RAT S ONE YEAR t100 SIX 1IONTHSWCBTKICTIYIN ADVANCE DV RTISING RATS Ijro vi otices ten cents per lint for first in portion andifive cents per line for each subse quent nsertlon DISPLAY ADS zMo 31170 6301 1 Yr 8Pllce111JkI 110 2 tO 300 500 1 50 3 00 4 fig 700 2 OJ 4 00 1000 4 2 50 5 00 7 50 12 50 5 Inches ISO 3 00 610 10 00 15 0- 0XCol100 600 12 00 2010 30 00 J Col t 60 900 18 Or 30 00 45 Oi lCoL SIlO 1200 200 4000 60 60 There 11 be no departure from thesc rates jtidor in circumstances WEDNESDAY JULY 4 The following from Mondays CourierJournal is the latest from Kansas City David B Hill of New York reached Kansas City yester day and left at once for Lin coln Nebon a telegraphic summons from Mr Bryan His departure for Mr Bry ans home caused something of a sensation among the del egates M any delegates have already arrived at Kan sas City and numerous con ferences were held yesterday and last night on the subject of the platform and the vice presidency Sixteen candi dates for Vice President are talked about but the only men who are openly in the race are Sulzer and Towne There is fa strong sentiment for Hill even in the New York delegation despite the open hostility of Tammany Shively of Indiana refuses to let himsLrbe considered a candidate having an eye on aseat in the Senate The im SPression prevails that the platform will contain a spe cific declaration for the free andunlimited coinage of sil ver at 16 to 1 unless Mr Bry an changes his mind and wills otherwise Many dele gates oppose such a declara then but there is a prevailing sentiment that the platform must be as Mr Bryan wishes it Mr Bryan was busy at Lincoln holding conferences with party leaders from many i States A draft of the pro posed platform was submitted to him during the day It contained specific decla ration for the 16 to 1 ratio There is a persistent sentiment in favor of the nomina tion of Mr Bryan on July 41 L despite the efforts of the hotel men to have the work of the convention stretched out xTlie convention hall is still in an unfinished state Workmen were busy all yesterday Approach to the hall is block ed by obstructions in the street Thousands of Democrats are in Kansas City today making a ticket for the masses Judge Jas P Tarvin is an an nounced candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor Robert Noaks is the name of the last man arrested for complic ty in the murder of Gov Goebel The hall at Kansas City will not hold the vast assembly but those who can not get in will have the pleasure of watching the great Democratic processions upon the outside- S S l t DEMOCTATIC l OTEp7 The following in the Bryanlvote bypridiicta of Xdftir county for the year 1896 v- Vust Columbia 121 East Columbia 126 Milltowu 90 JhIIr 20 Gradyville 113 Elroy 103 Harmony 89 Glenvillo 148 White Oak 80 Little Cake 94 Pellyton 02 Roley 104 Cane Valley 144 Total 1315 According to the decision of the State Executive Committee each voting precinct will be entitled to one delegate to the county convention for each 50 votes and fraction over 25 cast for Bryan electors in said precinct According to this the precincts will vote in the county conventions as follows West Columbia 2 East Columbia 8 Mill town 2 Keltner 1 Grady villa 2 Elroy 2 Harmony 2 Glenville 3 White Oak 2 Little Cake 2 Pellyton 1 Roley 2 Cane Valley 8 Total 27 It is important that Democrats keep this in mind and attend their precinct mass meeting on the 14th at their respective voting precincts at 2 p in standard time John Powers was again arrested last week in Harlan county but he again presented his pardon from fugitive Taylor and a Republican county Judge sot him free Pow ers is indicted for complicity in the murder of Mr Goebel Taylor is indicted for the same He is under the protection of u Republi can Governor of Indiana while Powers feels safe where his party controls If they are innocent why should they be evading a trial A jury that would decide as to their guilt would be bound to give them the benefit of any reasonable doubt They know this and they further know that all the evidence that would or could appear against them would come from their own political party and associates yet they flee from justice and seek to create the impression that they are being persecuted on account of their political views This plea of all those connected with the murder is too transparent to last long They further plead that the fund set apart by the Legislature is so enormous that it would con vict them they claim to ha inno cent It h a rtrP occurrence for a man chargedwith u crime to plead guilty It is nut common for the innocent to plea and if as they allege the 100000 appro priation would tend to convict the innocent we are of the opinion that they could take a small amount and offset conviction by creating reasonable doubts It is not persecution that they fear it is stern justice They may be permitted to run at large for some time yet they have received the approvalof their party in its last convention but passions will sub side and sooner or later the Re publican party will realize that it must not indorse crime if it wants the votes and influence of law abiding people and then the fugitfves will face a jury who will decide as to their guilt or inno cenceIt very evident from personal mention that have appeared in the Democratic papers of the State that either Judge Joseph H Lewis- or Hon J DBlackwill be nomi nated for Governor Mr Beck ham and Mr Smith do not seem to be making much headway It is reported here that Judge Lewis will go to tho convention with the First Second and Third Congress gsessioual districts solidly for him and it is very certain that he will got strength in other districts Hence if his following is correct ly estimated he will surely be nominated However Mr Black seems to have a great deal of andthelin the lead He is a good man and so far as this paper is con earned it will be satisfied with whoever the Lexington conventionI names r 4 The Democratic pnp6ts of Ken tacky are not pursuing the same course as last year in the contest for the Gubernatorial nomination The truth is last year every pub lication was doing its best for the candidate of its choice and in making a fight for its preference too many harsh and unwarranted accusations were made against honorable and worthy opponents The mistake of last year is appar ent and is having a salutary effect on the Democratic press The man who will be the nominee of the Democratic party this year will receive said nomination from the Democratic voters as will be expressed in their precinct meetings for such meetings will shape the county conventions whose delI egates will nominate a candidate There is no undue excitement nor any evidence that the friends of the several candidates for the nomination j are over zealous Every thing indicates that the Democrat ic voters will calmly and deliber ately decide this important ques tion and that decision will be ac cepted by every Democrat in Ken tacky The men who aspire to this honorable position are all worthy to fill the office in a satis factory manner men whose ability and fidelity to truth and justice will raise Kentucky to her former standing and prestige The situation in China is a bad one and it now looks like war will be on between that country on one side and the combined powers on the other Should such a war as this be brought into existence no one could imagine the extent of destruction to the world China has 400 millions of people and could put millions of soldies in the field and besides would have the advantage of fighting upon sheir own Soil Then we would expect mutiiy and war to arise between the allied forces before the Chinese could b pubdued for it is already claimed that Russia seeks to control certain province China may prove to be to the great powers what a bone would be to a packof dogs The Republicans of Indiana have decided that they do not want W S Taylor and Charles Finley to stump their State in the interest of the Republican party This is evidence that there are many Re publicaus in that State who do not indorse their record and that they would injure rather than help the Republican ticket The truth is the Republicans cannot hope for a victory andaccept as leaders and advisorssuohmen mid the indorse ment of Taylor by the Republican party in this State will be a millstone tied to th political neck of John W Yerkos Lat Saturday afternoon hund reht of lived ttnd property valued at 10IXX000 vero destroyed by fire tit Hobcken N1 ThA fire originated un The piers of the North German Lloyd Steamship Company and spread to the pier of the HamburgAmerican line Four steamships were burned and scores of their crews perished in the flames It is estimated that over two hundred lives were lost It looks like the Democrats of Adair county wilT present almost a solid front for Judge Lewis in their precinct meetings to be held on the 14th We have carefully inquired from every section of the county and the reply is I am for Lewis There is no doubt about Judge Lewis being a good man a competent man and a man that all Democrats would cheerfully support John Powers implicated in the assassination of Gov Goebelwas again arrested in Harlan county last week Habeas corpus pro ceedings wore again instituted Taylorspardon produced and the prisoner released Powers laugh ed and the Judge looked wise but wait It is now claimed that 200000 soldiers will be required to subdue and permanently hold the Philip pines Such expansion is too coS- tly to suit the average American Rev Walker Piuer has everlasting blasted his usefulness as a minister For further particulars read Mr Wares answer to his wifes petition fur a divorce The Democratic National Convention convenes at Kansas City today Wo predict that Shive ley of Indiana will be named for the second place on the ticket lxr r y v The Democrats in the Elroy voting Precinct will on the 14th select a committeeman to repre sent that precinct on the County Committee the present member having resigned PELLYTON Mrs Frank Holt who has been sick SB long died last Thursday She was visiting her daughter In Bussell coun ty at the lime other death Mr Tom Allen Liberty was visit lug his sister Mrs J H PeUy thIs weekS Pelly left tor the Blue Grass region with a nice lot of sheep this weekSeveral of the young folks from this place attended the show at ovllle last Tuesday Mr Porter Bell and wife of Dunn ville were visiting relatives here this weekMrs Fannie Morton was quite sick e erul doss of last week iLruf IE Willis Joppa was here on busluos tins week Rev Joint Bowles will till his next app hitw i no this place the toulth Sunday In uly Mrs Patsy Springer who has been visiting friends and natives at this place Jur several months will return to lice home in Oskaloosa Iowa in the near future She will be accompanied by hei nephew Mr Proctor Ellis who expect s to make his future home in that State Last Thursday afternoon at5 oclock Mr Luther MaupIn and Miss Pearl Rubatfis were married at the home of the brides parents ltev T J Ellis ottlciicting hlrgroom Is one of Aduirs most prosperous young business men The bride is a handsome aud popular young juoy May they live long and prosper Miss Fsthle Willis of Joppa will teach our school this year CANE VALLEY Rev Dumord filled hIs regular ap pointment at the Christian church last SundayMiss Eallic Cuud iff an accomplished young lady ofthis place will teach the Blooming ton school this season J W Judd of Birmingham Ala is at home on a visit Mr Ed CunditI who has been In DIV ton Ohio for the past six mouths returned A home last week Master Carl Walling of Campbells rifle is visiting Mrs Eugene Rice Miss Ethel Dohoney one of our most popularyoungsocletyladles is visiting her uncle S D Dohoney in McKinney Tex Mr Vester Murrell and Mattie Biggs eloped to Jeffersonville Ind and were married The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr Johnston Biggs and is a very popular young lady The groom is a popular young gentleman who served in the late Spanish Amen can war and won every battle Jim Sublette and Ruel Hendrickson are building a dwelling house for F P Neat at Vester ROLLINQBURQ Iu the past three or four weeks we have had more rain than was ever known to fall III the month of June Much damage has been done to the growing crops and the farmers arc all behind with their work Rev Dudgeon tilled his regular tip poiutuieut at Bethlehem Sunday Rev W T Salmon was in our midst SaturdayRipe peaches arc plentiful on the market at this place Mr Hugh Paxton has gathered from 14 small cherry trees one hundred gallons of cherries and it is estimated that 20 gallons remain on the trees Mr Jo Durham and wife Misses Lo ra Heizer and Willie Rafferty Messrs Bob Hancock and Sam Wilson Greens burg were visiting the family of Mr J R Wilson Sunday Mr Wm Hood has sold his farm to J A Lowe He gives possession next JanuaryA Sunday School has been organized at Temperance church Prospects are favorable for a good school ESTO Corn crops are looking fairly well in this vicinity Mrs Ores Bargcr is quite sick Robert Pierce sold to Wm Pierce two guns and three bicycles for 20 A B Grldcr returned home from Elkton last week where he has been attending the Vanderbilt Training School for the past six months We are Informed that four thresh ing machines will start in this com munity in a short time The widow Ross who has been sick for some time is no better Mrs J V Lapsloy is visiting her mother Mrs Robert McKinley who resides on Green river Revs H W King and R B are conducting a series of meetings a Creelsboru this week B F Ross succeeded in securing schools fut himself and sister the same day To Cure La Grippe I 1 Two Days Take Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets All druggist refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature one very box 25cents v County Convention Called At a meeting of the Democratic Ex l 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 the county convention to be held at the Court House Monday July 10 at 2 p m which county convention shall in turn appoint delegates toa State Con vention to be held in Lexington Ky on Thursday July 19 1000 for the pur pose of nominating a Democratic candidate for Governor The basis of representation fur pre cinct delegates shall be one for each fifty votes and fraction over twenty five cast for Bryan Electors in 189P The basis of reprcsention 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 prin ciples to succeed who by participat ing in the district and county conven Lion will feel in honor bound to support the nominee of the Democratic party for Governor arc hereby invited to participate inlaid meetings C S IlAimis Chairman GoRDoN MOXTOOMEHY Secretary LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 4 755 00 Lightshipping 4 C04 85 Best butchers 4 604 90 Fair to good butchers 4 254 00 Common to medium btchr 3 504 25 noose Choice packing and butchers 225 to 300 Ibs 530 Fair to good packing 180 to2001bs 5 10- Good to extra light ICO to 10r25 SHEEP AND LANDS Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 753 co Fair to good 3 503 75 Common to medium 3 00x3 50 S L POWELL ATTORNEYATLAW COLUMBIA KY 0Will practice in Adair and adjoining counties collections a specialty eOl1lce Pages Block second floor with C S Harris News office GoV Beekham This celebrated and tborougbrcd shorthorn bull will make the present season on my farm and will be permitted to serve cows for 100 cash or 150 on time Gov Beckham is two years old and weight 1100 pounds I think he is the best Bull of his age I ever BaR W L QRADY Oradyvllle Ky COMRADE M Hm DeLottfff of Echuylcrrille N Y who served in Company E 5th Vermont Volunteers had returnfromI lave used Dr Milo Restorative Nervine for nervouEnsa brought on by tuse of tobacco and too close applica lion to business It gave me prompt unpleasanttlisting I heartily endorse ft1 DR MILE- SRestorative Nervlneis sold by all OB guarantee hacLIoDr Mate MfttfcaJ CMMJMMT EMJwrt hrf fI Ffcduetioi Sale ip lfilliiery We have a nice line of goods which we are now selling At Greatly Reduced Prices i ill order to close out our entire stock to make room for our fall goods Call and see our stock before buying JVIfs Tim Btfadshauu JVIiss Effie Btfadsham THE JONES LEVER BINDER HND CHTiI1 GEHR MOWER Am receiving the highest praise from those who use them 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 work done on short notice J W JACKMAN See the i t0b1125012j Thermal I Bath Cabinet It is cheap durable and no family can well afford to do without it A great many are using it and are ready to recommend it Fur sale by J 75 SALMONS l and also at The News office ELHUGHESCOMPANI r i a DOORStp BLINDS MOULDINGS QURnew Lumber Warehouse which we have com being situated on tho railroad is wellstocked with all kinds of Dressed Lumber Lath and Shingles REED MILLER Agents I Columbia Ky Russell + Springs IflotelV- RUGftftf G RfH1YItPtfOps IMBLBr KENTUCKV 0RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL Is now open for summer boarders It is THE largest and most complete Hotel in this part of the State enatcsl- or adults 500 per week for children under 12 years 250 When persons stay one month or more rates are cut to 400 per week Horses cared for at reasonable rates All attention within our power will bo given to make your stay a pleasant one if you como to the Bussell Springs Hotel The circulation of The Adair County News is over 1500 weekly il PERSONAL MENTION Mr James Hughes is in Campbells vllle today Miss Pearl Sanders Campbellsville is visiting relatives in this city Miss Willie White is visiting la tives in Campbellsville Miss Elite Bradshaw was quite sick several days of last week Mr W S Hill CampbellsvIlle was in Columbia last Friday Mr G H Gowdy was in Columbia the first of the weeklMr Azure Damron wife and baby Purdy were here Monday Mr John D Sharp Amandaville was in town Monday Miss Lula Allen will teach at Aman daville and left for that point Sunday Mrs Ellen Wheat and son Sam of Montpelier were visiting in Columbia last Saturday Mr J F Patteson returned from Louisville and Taylorsville last Friday nightMr A B Gowdy and Dr Jas Trip lett Campbellsville came over Sunday morning Miss Minnie Kemp who has been visiting in Bradfordsville returned home last week Miss May Williams of Montpelier visiting her uncle1 W Richards at this place Messrs Rollin Hurt and James Gar nett jr are attending the Metcalfe circuit court Judge W W Jones apd Common wealths Attorney jHenry Aaron went to Edmonton last Sunday Messrs G W Brockman and R F Rowe Amandaville were here the first of the week Miss Flora Baker of Holden Mo will arrive today to visit the family of Mrs Kate HugheseMrs A B Gowdy Campbellsville who is visiting her sister Miss Nannie Triplett was very sick last Friday and SaturdayMiss Taylor will leave for theaCincinnati Conservatory of Music Fri day morning She will be absent sev eral months MrG W Grasham of Amanda ville was in Columbia last week Mr Gras ham recently sold his last years crop of broom corn for over 8100000 Mrs Lucy Jackman and Miss Laura Jacknun who have been visiting near Creelsboro returned home Monday accompanied by Mr J W Jackman Sr and Mr M O Jackman Last Monday this office was visited by two young ladies Miss Bessie Walker of Grady ville and Vic Hughes this city They brought Mr Henry Walker along to see the press in oper ation Mr J D Lowe and Lieut J T Quarles left for Gaincsboro Tennessee last Saturday forenoon Mr Lowe will return the latter part of the week Mr Quarles having accepted a position with a Chattanooga Medicine Company will remain and travel in Tennes see Alabama and North Carolina He is a young gentleman for whom the peopleof this cemmunity havelthehigh cst regarda manly man and will be a success at any thing he undertakes Eld Z T Williams who has just spent four months in Palestine and other countries in the far East ref turned home last Friday afternoon and was given a hearty welcome by his family and friends He will doubtless spend a few days closely with his be lovcd Wife and children before he begins to entertain the public with his interesting travels in the Holy Land We will continue to publish his letters which have been a source of much Interest to the readers of the News Mrs R M Hurt who has been sore ly afllicted for several years was con veyed to Louisville yesterday by her husband Mr W A Garnett her brother and Dr J H Grady Her missions to undergo a delicate and dangerous operation it being the final resort to saveher life Dr Wathen who Is tq perform the operation has been made acquainted with her con dittos and upon his advice and the advice of Drs J II Grady and C M Russell she has consented to undergo the terrible ordeal She will have the prayers of the Christian people of this county until the result is announced LOCAL JOTTINGS The Metcalfe Circuit court is in ses sloaf Miss May Harvey this city will teach at Fairplay Mr J W Jnckman has removed in his new dwelling on Greensburgstrcct Rev Barney Butler will preach a the Methodist church nextSunday and Sunday night Mr James F Montgomcrylostaval- uuble Jersey cow one night last week Cause of death unknown A very light crowd in town last Mon day and but little business in Judge Butl rscourt j0rB SAip A tract of woodland Jjv Imrnear LongVlew cheap for cash Also shoats Louisa B Taylor 14pattas become of the English Sparrows There are just about one tenth as many hero this season as there erelaSt ABatttchee of this office also obKrvfl Jth lightning bugs arr scarce r J t tx- For Saleone hundred and twenty fi ve sheep They are extra good T P C G JEFFRIES Joppa Ky A man may pretend to be your friend but little things drop out you know Cash Subscribers since our last issue HO Smith G A Johnston Ed ward Aaron E A Rabon C P Banks WmM Wagoner There are now about fifteen prisoners lathe county jail A number of are paying their fines working og upon highways The Methodist church nw presents an inviting appearance having reclev ed a fresh coat of paint and some oth er needed improvements The Russell Springs medical society will meet on the first Thursday and Friday in August 1900 WM BLUR Pres When you visit Louisville stop at the New Phoenix Hotel Firstclass fare and well located corner of 7th and Market Streets lyf In our next issue we will give you the Democratic platform and its nom fuses as will be made in the National Convention in Kansas City now In sea sion Miss Ada Tate sister of Mrs A A Strange was married to a populard young man in Union county The couple will reside in Birmingham Alabama Those who have books belonging to theParmlee Library must return them by Wednesday evening July 4th or pay the catalogue price 10SQuite a number from this place wit nessed the match game of base ball at Campbellsville Friday The local clubt was pitted against the Chicago Bloom r girls An additional room has just beeDt built to the residence on College street occupied by Mr J D LoweJ The work wasdone by Mr J W rdsnThe colored Institute for Adam coun ty will be held July 23 continuing five days The instructor will be FrankL Williams Principal of a Louisville High SC11001IMr A B Cox constable for Colum bia district lost a valuable horse last Saturday morning He had been driv en from Campbellsville the afternoon before and it Is believed he got too hot Another article in the News speaks of the change in the stage line Since it was put In type we have been in formed that there is a hitch in the trade and that it is probably off Dr F A Taylor a prominent physician of Kimble Russell county was bereft of his beloved wife lastWednes- day night The remains were convey ed to Caintown Pulaski county for burial Mrs Susan Curry who was the wife of John Milton Curry died at her lateI residence on Sulphur Fork In the Clear Spring neighborhood She was about f2 years old and a lady much respected 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 Mrs Isaac Blakey an old and highly respected lady of Campbellsville died Monday night of last week She was 75 years old a member of the Baptist Church GO years and married to her husband 53 years I desire to return my heartfelt thanks to the many friends for their manifested kindness during the illness and death of my beloved wifeC C YATES Grady ville Ky Mr Geo Coffey the Town Marshal requests us to state that he will espec sally enforce the law in regard to loose horses upon the streets Every time an animal is taken up it will cost Its owner not less than 50 cents I will on 27th day of July 1900 at the store house now occupied by me in Co lumbia Ky receive and hear proof of claims against the estate of C R War riDer ALLEN PILE Assignee of C R Warriner The Ministersmcetlng announced in the last issue of The News to be held in Grady ville the 11 to 12 of July has been postponed one week and will thtoe tWe would have been glad to have published the notico submit ted to us giving all the names of those who attended the social a Dr W R Grissoms had it been submitted earlier The exercises of the children at the Methodist church last Sunday night were splendid and would have done credit to much older Fem Avery large crowd was out auderfect order prevailed We do nofrknojflwho train ed the children but the wbrl was well done f Special Notice i My accounts are all due July1sl Please crll and pay your account- e or note without further notice I need the money DH Buruou Mr W H Hudson has sought a health resort arid found it in the Southern part of this county He is using the water from a spring which he says is driving away his rheumatic pains We trust that his fond hopes may be realized and that he may soda be as nimble as a boy The rainy weather of last week caused an uneasy feeling to pervade in the minds of many farmers fearing that wheat would sprout in the shock No serious damage has yet occurred from this cause and at this writing the in dications are that the largest crop for years will be threshed People in Russell county should remember that an all day basket meeting will be held at Liberty church near Esto Russell county today the Fourth Eld Z T Williams whohas just returned from Palestine and Revw G W Perryman of Mlddlesborough will address the assembly t- All accounts on our books were due July 1st Unless settled in a few days you will receive by mail request to pay Please oblige us by responding promptlyyouve got our goods we need the money RUSSELL MURRELL In Jo Akin who shot and seriously wounded Charley Klngrey at Sparks ville two weeks ago waved an exami before Judge Butler last Satur- dayaDd was remanded to jail His bond was raised from 8300 to 500 Mr Kingrey is yet in a serious condition but the doctor thinks be will recover Mr Paschal Willis and wife who live near Glenvllle are in a critical condition They have been sick for weeks Mr Willis is past eigh A y years of age and there is but little hope of his recovery Many years ago be was quite active was a considerable and known to nearly every grown person in the county Mr B P Willis one of Adair coun best farmers brought to town last a bunch of oats consisting well developed stalks from one seed variety is the Norway White and ID thestalksare tully 5 feethlgh In fur- nlshlDgstrawthlR beats the Bryan oat of Mr Charles Bryant but It comes to the true genuine article the 1C to 1 is a sheller Weare informed that the two schools town East and West Columbia will not open for several weeks The trustees are of the opinion that it will be best for both teacher and pupil to wait until the excessive hot weather is over Mrs Georgia Shelton will teach in West Columbia Mrs Nona Cabell In East Columbia Mr W D Jones County School Superintendent authorizes the News to state that the Adair County Teachers Institute will be held Monday August 6 continuing five days It will be conducted by Prof John C Willis of Lexington who is President of the Nor mal Department of the Kentucky University He Is the same gentleman who gave general satisfaction last year Miss Minnie Kemp this city during her visit to Marion county was of fered a position as a teacher in the Lebanon Graded School She had pre viously accepted a position with Prof N W Miller In his school at Bradfords ville and the last proposition was not entertained She is not only an ex cellent teacher but one of Columbias best and most popular young ladies We commend her to parents and pupils In her new field The game of base ball at Campbells ville last Friday between the local club and the Chicago Bloomer Girls resulted in favor of Campbellsville the score standing 14 to 2 A large crowd witnessed the game One of the bloomer girls was taken sick at Leba non and could not fill her place at Campbellsville Mr M C Winfrey of Columbia consented to play for her and made several very fine points From Campbellsville the bloomers went to Bardstown Last week Lee C Fulks who were the proprietors of the Columbia and Campbellsville Stage Line sold to Messrs Boering S Pearl of London Ky who have taken control of the same These gentlemen arc starrout ers and were awarded the contract for carrying the mail between Columbia and Campbellsville and being unable to sublet at satisfactory figures they purchased the stage line In order to carry out their contract with the Gov crnmcnt Mr Frank Waggener lost one of his best mules last week Some several days before the mule stuck a nail in one of its feet but apparently was do- Ing very well until about 24 hours before it died Mr Waggener says its head and neck seemed to be cramped or drawn gradually back Some say it was due from the effects of the nail but it is likely that it died from spinal meningitis as quite a number of horses oftso far as we can they were all similarly affected There will be preaching at the fol lowing places next Sunday Solomon Turpin Liberty J F Roach Harrods Fork G W Dunford Dunnville To bias Huffaker Smiths Chapel morn lag and Glenvllle evening WB Cave Mt Gilead E W Barnett Zion morn lag and Cane Valley in evening J L Kllgore Mt Carmel W S Dudgeon Mt Roberts Lawrence Williams at Campbellsville T L Hulse Grady ville W H C Sandldge Marrowbone J W Blackburn Jamestown T F Freegint 7 The Second Race In the year 1I9 or 50 when a wood en bridge was completed over the creek at Milltown this county Mr John W Townsend of MUltown and Mr Tobi as Leftwich of Green cnunty were the first to cross said bridge and aftertheyI had crossed the structure they ran a foot race resulting as we are informed in a draw for the honor That bridge served Its purpose and has long SIDceI rumbled andbeen borne to other parts by the rapid current that flowed beneath it Now a new iron and steel structure is to be erected at the same place and in commemoration of its completion Mr Leftwich has challenged Mr Townsend to again be first to cross the bridge and run a foot race Mr Townsend has accepted the chal leDge and the race is a certainty bar tog sickness and deathIThe right to cross ill be accorded to the above named gentlemen after which they will con end for the honor of fleetness as above- mentioned Both gentlemen have their backers so to speak and the race promises to be one of the most interest Ing events that hashappened in Southern Kentucky for many years So farj manjIsthe Adair countyman Is troubled somewhat rheumatism but in this race as many of the past the favorite mayI smash the expectations of his manyI backersJfor Mrs Townsend Is terested in the contest and is doingall within her power and the power of oils and medicines to drive a way rheu matic pains In grooming her husband believing that he is able and will win the race Adair county people naturally will back the Milltown man andI we presume that Green county will not be lacking In showing anxiety and ap predation of her son in this contest great crowd is expected at the com pletion of the bridge which will beI within sixty days and to witness a sim ilar contest of fifty years ago Adair county will furnlsha largefcrowd Meeting of the Medical Society The Russell Springs Medical Society will meet on the first Thursday and Friday in Aug 1900 with the follow programL of Mlddleburg subject Abdominal Surgery- J L Wesley of Mlddleburg subject Obstetric Complications J B Scholl Jabez subj Dyscntry A W Cain Somerset subj Syphilis L F Hammonds Dunnville subj Cholera Infantuin W R Grissom Columbia subject Heart Disease Miss Bertie Carpenter Houstonville subj Placenta Prevla William Blair Glensfork subject PneumoniaU Columbia subj Small poxW L Lowder McKinney subject Anesthetics in natural labor a grow ing evil J G Carpenter Stanford Conserva tive Surgery of the Abdomen Pelvis and Obstetrics John H Grady Columbia subj not givenThere will be two public addresses on Thursday night One by U L Taylor on the Old and the New the Then and the Now of MedicineOne W L Lowder on the Evolution of Medicine WM BLAIR Pres F A TAYLOR Sec AT REST Mrs Polly Page an old and highly respected lady o f this community died at her late residence last Sunday night at 10 oclock The deceased bad been in declining health for some months and her death was not unexpected She was born in Adair county September 30 1818 and was therefore in her 82d year She became a resident of Columbia about forty years ago hence she was wellknown to this city and had many relatives throughout the county Sixty years agq she became a mem ber of the Christian Church and was an active worker for the case of her Master until the infirmities of life fell upon her The funeral services were held at the Christian Church yesterday fore noon conducted by Eld Z T Williams after which the remains were borne tothe cemetery followed by a large concourse of relatives and sympathiz lag friends The children of the deceased now living areMrs Mary J Blakeman Mrs W K Azbill Jas T W S and Dr L F Page All attended the fu neral excepting W S Page and Mrs W K Azbill who are living in distant parts of the country TheyAre Very Pleasant Smokers attention He luurcome 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 Married Sunday evening the 24th ult at th Russell Springs Hotel Kimble Ky Mr A R Humble a prominent stav dealer was married to Miss Mollle Yaugban an estimable and popula- young lady daughter of Mr W Vaughan Soon after the ceremony the couple left for Somerset where itIs said they will reside To gtlre A Gold In One Day 13romoQninlniTablei I it fills tocure E W Groves sifenatare e oa ivory box SSc u Some people arc inclined to discredit the fact as mentioned in the News a short time ago that Mr RF Paull raised 19500 pounds of hay on two acres of land but all the same Mr Paull raised the hay and coming down to the coldest facts and most correct figures the ground would probably measure out 2J acres and the estimate of the weight of several loads was much un der the weight of the same size loads that were weighed hence our former statement was correct If not more so as it were Mr Paull has an excellent farm and knows how to improve it and make money at the same time His sale last year from his farm amounted to over 8100000 Last Friday evening Dr W R Grls com and wife this city entertained the young people of Columbia in honor Miss Edna Conover Horse Cave Miss Callle Horton Stanford and MissI Lyda Simpson Breeding It was one of the most enjoyable occasions the soIclety people have bad the pleasure of attending for many months Refreshments were served consisting of ices cakes etc During the evening delight ful music was rendered and the singing of several young ladies was charm At eleven oclock the happy throng dispersed for their respected places of aboard feeling glad that an opportunity had been given them to spend an evening In such an enjoyable manner Our traveling representative Mr C H Murrell was on Cumberland river Russell county last week and reports a fine tide boats making their regular trips and thousands of staves were shipped The indications are that the corn crops in the river bottoms will be the largest for years and he was In formed that the wheat crop was immense throughout the county He heard the gubernatorial contest discussed at several different points and the expressions given were about In this way We will support any gentleman the Democratic party nomi nates but Judge Lewis is our favor ite Should the party think differently and select some other aspirant we will cheerfully support him at the polls The picnic held at the fair grounds last Thursday was all that could be ex pected considering that it was held in the rainy season but fortunately no rain fell on that merry crowd and the day was delightfully spent All the Sundayschools of Columbia were out it being a union picnic and the chlldI ren especially enjoyed the occasion While the crowd was large yet it was not sufficient to consume the many good things and many basketsful wereI carried home It was a great pleasure to the older people to see the children raumping and having such a nice time and carried the mind back to similar occasions of many years ago Such an occasion Is a great thing for the chil dren and very refreshing to the older ones We believe in having them oft enerThe Franklin Lumber Company who purchased a large tr act of land containing much valuable timber from W M Newbold lying in the Eastern portion of Adair county are now op crating one of their large mills and during the summer and fall will cut thousands of feet of lumber Messrs Sam Harris and A A Alexander rep- resentingtheCompany were in Colum bia last Sunday They informed a News man that they would have about forty men on their pay roll and that the business in the locality of the mill would be greatly enhanced Frank Miller and the Williams boys have al ready erected a storehouse and will furnish the mill hands with provis ions etc These people are cutting what is known as quarter oak lumber there being a great demand for such material There is also much valuable hickory upon this land and later on a spoke factory will be started and per baps several other mills The mill now at work is located near the resi dence of Mr Sam Breeding A special meeting of Columbia Chapter No7 R AV M was held last Thursday afternoon in its ball this city and six Master Masons were advanced to the Royal Arch degrees and are now acquainted with the marvel ous beauties of the same The Chapter was assisted by Companions W G Spencer High Priest of the State John Ruble Owen Thomas Walter Ruble of Edmonda Chapter Lebanon whose proficiency is not surpassed and rarely equaled in dispensing true Ma sonic light The meeting was an usually pleasant one though the wor was rather too much for the time in which it was done The Chapter open ed at 3 P M and closed at 2 A M being in session 11 hours However two intermissions of one hour each were highly enjoyed both being fo refreshments The first recess was taken at the proper time to receive an excellent supper at the Conover Hotel and the second was at 12 oclock when an unusually nice luncheon was served at the Hancock Hotel in a most excellent and inviting manner The mem bership of the Chapterwas fairly wel represented supplemented by the presence of Companions Matson theeit o a goodeour whohave labored Wre thank them thrice thank them for the Interest they manifest for our good The Cincinnati Southern Railroad I surveying for a double track from Lud low to Erlanger Freight and passes ger traffic has become to heavy for one track The double track will finally beII extended to Lexingtoa and then to Chatiaftooga J 7 Death of Mrs C C Yates On the morning of June 27 1900 after a lingering illness Mrs Ann Yates wife of C C Yates Grady ville peace Deatb1Shethe major portion of her life She possessed a kind and sympathetic disposi tion and was ever ready to do aUlD her power for those unfortunately situated For many years she was a de voted member of the Baptist Church and took great interest in religious work She was about 58 years of age and is survived by her husband and seven children five sons and two daughters The funeral services were conducted by Rev E W Barnett many relatives and sympathizing friends being present The interment was in the family burying ground The News tenders its profoundest sympathy to the surviving husband and children adding that Death has sting for those who die in the fear and admonition of the Lord Thepas sing of this beloved woman should be a forcible reminder to the living that the religion she embraced was a comfort and a reality in the hour of death For her son J B Yates an old room mate a true and tried friend who came from his business place in another State and tenderly watched at his mothers bedside hoping and trust tag that her life might be spared do we especially feel In life there is nothing more beautiful to us in charac ter than the devotion of a son to a lying mother QRADYV1LLB We are having plenty of rain H C Walker Is on the sick list this weekMrs Emily Burton spent a few days of last week in our midst Mr H A Walker and wife spent last Saturday night and Sunday visi ting the family of John Holladay near ColumbiaMiss Walker accompanied by her brother John Lee spent last Sun day at Nel- lMrsW F Rowe of Louisville ac companied by her sister Miss Cora Kinnalrd passed through our place last week en route for Red Lick Messrs TR Stults Sam Mitchell R F Paull and C S Harris spent last Monday on our streets Mr J J Hunter one of our merchants spent a day or so at Greens burg last week Proto Francis Milltown who will teach our public school will begin the 9th of July Prospects nattering for aI good school Misses Emma Browning and Rose Flowers who have been atRussellville for the past two months returned las weekMr J B Yates of Nashville wh was detained atbome on account of the sickness of his mother returned last weekLast Saturday morning G H Nell was informed by telephone that his saddle mare wasatDr G T Simpsons Breeding The mare was at home on Friday night and recleved her usual n FK 1 feed Mr Nell returns thanks to the party for leaving her ID care of the Doctor where feed Is plenty ifMrBradfordsvllle were visiting relatives in our community last week Messrs John D Lowe and James T Quarles passed throughhere Saturday enroute for Qainsboro Tenn Mr Quarles Informed us that he had accepted a position with a drughouse of Nashville and would travel He is a fine salesman equal for any thing that comes up Prof P C McCaffree has just com menced teaching a singing class at Un ion Church wlthtver fifty pupils We all know the professor He under atands music and we suggest that at the close of his school he give us an all day singing dinner on the ground We have been informed that the Republican party will not recieve our old friend M W Roach into full fel lowship until he has been initiated by baptism One day last week W L Grady who blacksmlthlDgbuslDess teen years sold his interest to his partner R L Caldwell who will continue business at the old stand Mr Grady thanks the people for the liberal pa tronage they gave him and trusts that they will continue to patronize his old partner Mr Grady will devote his time from now on to farming and fine horses Trade has been very good with our stockmen for the past week H A Walker bought of L C HIndman five heifers last week at 820 per head He also bought of W L Sharp and W C Yates a nice lot of sheep at fair prices Nell Smith sold last week to Bridge water Hardesty Lebanon 119 sheep for S400 six head of cattle for 5250 Mr W L Grady our stockman in forms us ithat the prospects are good for a fair at Columbia The majority of our stockmen favor the move We have fine stock and the crops being good why not have a fair Messrs Tarter Pickett C Co have started their threshing machine and are prepared to do good business They have had their machinery overhauled and are doing a good cash business Mr Jas Gosser who has been a citi zen of our town for a few months re moved last week to the country Mr Gosser says he has been married seven years and in that time he has made thirtytwo moves Died on the 27th ult at her late home Mrs Ann Yates in the 58 year of her age She had been a member of the Baptist Church for many years and was a Christian in the truest sense She leaves a husband and 7 children and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her departure She will not tonly be missed In the family circle but in the church and the community theosick and to assist the poor and needy She had been an invalid for a year or more and bore her afflictions with great fortitude The funeral services were conducted by her pastor Rev E W Barnett and Rev W H C San didge in the Baptist church and the interment was in the familyburying ground A Slaughter Sale 0The entire stock of goods formerly controlled by Mr C R Warm generallineBest Shirtings 5 to 70 Two packs Arm and Hammer Brand Soda 5c Monarch Coffee 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 G R Warinner PROGR7TMMC i OF TllE l Missionary and Sunday school 6OllveMoll0E Y2kTO CONVENE WITII Haftfods pofk Chat eh HundredrSaturday 10 a m 1 Devotional exercises W S DudgeonI 2 The needs and plans of the District BoardW W Ingram and B 0 Durrett WI i 4 Prayer and Hymn AnFahere With Jesus 5 How are we to meet the great spiritual dearth of our association 2T M Green r 6 The Kingdom set up when whore and by whom who were the first in itA B Cree Sat r4ayNfht SermonE W Barnett Sunday 98 m 1 The ultimate object in Sunday school instruction and the steps to Dudgeons2 What is covetousness and how to treat itW T Josses and B Y Wilson t 11 EngilaudMkaiooary S4IatinTIL QrAto A OOfte v t rJ 0 i- r L ft t irir Judge LewsV Gen Lowls arrived In Louisville yes r tc day on his way to Frankfort after an extensive tour of the western part r of the State In advocacy of his nomma tlon for Governor- J am most strongly in t1oOI of Ii Legislature being cwivemU in extra session for the sole purpose of mud ingour present election law said Gen Lewis to a CourierJournal reporter It Is not for me now to state what modification or amendments of ti law should be adopted but there is absolute necessity for It to be amended as to recommend it as a whole to the bestthinking people of the State There Is a prevalent opinion in the Ad State that elections under its provIs- Ions are not conducted fairlythat It is too partisan Whether this be true or not It is a matter of no inconsIder- able belief and does not reflect credit on our commonwealth I therefore say call an extra session of the Leglsla ture and modify the law so as to move the feeling of distrust 1 urge this for the Democratic par tys wake if nothing else I hate on met with one man who was not in fa vor of amending the law and as to the coming gubernatorial election from L my observations I have inferred only one fipln on amend the election 1 a utniKv and nominate the man w evrr hu may be who can poll the lar Best number of votes In this way you can reunite the party We must also bear in mind that this is the presidential year and it Kentucky should the pivotal State we should remove any possibility of the Republicans robbing usotourvbsun account of the p Rot law Will you express a n opinion on t ruf recent legal suggestion that Gov J ickhams teru of office does not ex pre until 1903f aItconstitutional history of the State is t ainst It and the genius of our law Ii that the people should have the Y I to ewer to fill vacancies in offices when lie unexpired term comes within a ntrtlnnamedpertod But aside from u rid any discussion of the question is t 4 the highest degree unwise The c arts have not now the time to settle t re question if one did exist and Ire certain of one fact that then Be tblicans will vote for tbelr ticket ii vever an attempt Is made by De M r its to create the belief that no gtitjrnatorlal election Is necessary v ir the tendency will be to ke e lea1 away from the pollsCrnow do you regard your prospects err I have not been over much of t S ate but I feel very much cncourag clGun Lewis said he would leave for IVankfort this morning but did notI k tow what section of the State he t1 juld then visltCourlcr Journal Stung by Centipede rs Thos Saunders Bluffton Texas stung by a centipede A tic was sent for but before be arriv edhiesIne sensible friend wet a piece ruwn paper with Morleys Wonderful Right and applied it to the woundJ Che doctor said his services were not needed for the poison was neutralized nr killed by the Wonderful Eight Mrs s did not suffer from the wound iVee trial bottles at W M Bell Joppa Ky rAtE Gunsald a negro was chafed by a mob and badly wounded for mak ing a remark derogatory of t white women of Grandview Thel negro was finally brought acmes L the river in Kentucky hy an oillc cer to save him from the mob A Gallon Of PURE UNSEED OU sized with a gaaoa of r 1JtHtVXHTBBSTPAEITlntUO t liiJI1ilc DrABLEPDRe Uan rot BEsrPAINM or troublemtzor to MCaNroaetaadleat CanP Me Sold and guaranteed by 111 r PflULl It t Z- I iIfIJo r rp z r4JI l c R u1 r 3 1 I CouHty ConveatioH Calted At n meollnif uf the Democratic Ex ociitlve Committee held In Frankfurt Ky May 20 it was ordered that on Saturday July 14 1900 at 2 pm standard Unto there shall be held ierruai af the votlnir precincts of all t utimties ctf ihu State ut the usual vot fyhl places a precinct convention the purpose of appointing delegates the county convention to be held at t Court Bouse Monday July 1C at 2 shallein anturn appoint delegates ton State C vuntlon to be held in Lexington K on Thursday July 19 1900 fur the p pose of nominating a Democratic can dldate for Governor The basis of representation for piedciao delegates shall be one for ea fifty votes and fraction over tweet fire cast for Bryan Electors in 1806 The basis of represention for coo delegates shall be one delegate for ea two hundred votes and fraction o 1eone hundred cast for the head oft 10 Democratic electoral ticket at t Presidential election in 1806 lyAll persons who will be logo yo in the State next November who are devoted to the principles of the Demo erotic party and desire to those prin espies to succeed who by partlclpat ring in the district and county coneen hotlou will fuel in honor bound to sup port the nominee of the Democratic party for Governor are hereby fnvl watoC S HAKKIS Chairman beGultnox MONTGOJIKUY SecretaryOh couJthrer besMr Charles abhecan be relied upon in all cases of coughs colds or hoarseness Sold by Cravens By reason of the streetcar strike in St bouts fifteen people were kit edyseventyfive wounded with bullets 108 otherwise injured more than a dozen women beaten eightyone cars wrecked und the strikers have lost wages amounting to nearly 3300000 Spent a Good Farm Doctoring weDir A N Noel of Ashville Kansas says he spent a good farm doctoring Ithlmseltiorchronfe diarrhoea but ilotB nitmdie He chanced to get hold of a bota Riepertpa It sale by M avens niheoration and was compelled to earn her own lung in a kitchen Lucy Chowder of St Louis 15 years old took a quantity of arsenic and died soon after ward beEatWhen you take Morleys Liver aadger Kidney Cordial for then dyspepsia in Tecand the long train of similar tro will disappear and your clean and awakened system will demand food Sound digestion and sound ap petite go together and both follow the use of this timetried remedy Sold by KyiA Shanghai dispatch says Russia demanded fifty millions taels indemni ty for the damage dune to the Chinese ilroads in which Russians are inter Get Your Moneys Worth heILhard to appreciate the full tru Morleys Wonderful Eight until you have used it in a score of the en batiesT F Barnhart of ClaIborne Parish La says Permit me to say I have tried Morleys Wonderful Eight andI found it a good medicine In Pleurisy and Pueuoiuuiii Nuihiug equals it in relieving pain 1riiv 25 cents Free trial buttlraa6 W 1ncl1 Jippa Ky It is estimated that the output of To distilleries in Kentucky this year will be about 19000000 gallons Au Epidemic of Diarrhoea Mr A Sanders writing from Cocoa nut Grove Fla says there has been quite an epidemic of diarrhoea th He had a severe attack and was cu by four doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy He says he also recomuieiidtd to utilent and they say ibis the best medicine they ever used For sale by M Cravens Col John S Cain a well known citi tcTIlUMIIYCure La Grippe It Two DJs Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets All druggist ruined the money if at falls to cure E W Groves sigun ture onevery box 23 cents elCaptCincinnati Southern Railroad died suddenly at SoaeMetj last week IS IT BIGHT For an Editor to Recommend Patent Medicines From Sylvan Valley News Brevard NC whetherhethe to publicly recommend any of the various thetgoodPand Diarrhoea Remedy We have Wyiysfound it reliable In many cases a dose of this remedy would sate hours of suffering while a physician Is await We do not believe in depending Syweretat le sufferingervery many wenhed patorsit s Two Mormon elders were egged by a crowd of young men at Corbin while attempting to preach on the public streets 7cdWe offer One Hundred Dollars Re rd for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure J CIIKNEY S Co Props Toledoder io We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and lieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially le to carry out any obligation made by their firm WEST TIIUAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo O WALIINO KINKAN MAHVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo halts Catarrh Cure is taken Intern acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best Mrs Mary Mulligan of Louisville aged sixty years died from the effects of burns sustained in a gasoline stove accident H Sale of Irvine walked out of thirdstory window at a hotel in chmond while asleep and was al most instantly killed Jas Lee of Mt Sterling was shot in the face and mortally wounded Friday ght while on his way home by rob bers who attacked him W H Eakins aged 38 years com milled suicide at his home in Florence Thursday morning by drinking carbolic acid He was married only a we fore to Miss Dolly Lewis of Erlan Five students were expelled from the nnessee University at Knoxville for Chicagoddates for graduation OUR GLORIOUS COUNTRYe 2 Have you watched its marvelous 3 Weeklyhas En has UnitStatestd 1 en 2 su Theitre 3 rear PofsUOen You Pvfwtettoi 4 fBJD73988f IH31m3211920 9933922 197033JH9J71 1881i0J6b1rth 83 1 51 2 1860 3J81818 Here you have the figures of a 3 sis of calculation The problem 4 1Opulationof 5 acquisitions The result is usually 1 yearTHE I 2 to engage aU in a study oftheircoun 3 4cashtheUnited 1 IMlntlilniteemet pili ne8I3OHH 2 1500Towtilird 00 3 Tottufew 59000 4 Toikiitt 25000 200Tow00 5 00000roIMam5ToIieHdi ii irlaosetello L redTowest590eeri = 1811M1M 250000S00000 2 ttoeeiul io 795000 3 2197 teM prtamtt Mtwifry to 2590900 dividcdpialionP srs z subscription to the WEEKLY ENQUIRER You can guess as often as you care toWEEKLYThis contest will dote a moeth be beknownDirector of the United States Ceases Washington DC WOKLYENQuIRnincludiugg1lC hoe ayearEleven copies slid IparticularsSend aH orders to ENQUIRER Co CiarHiMri Okkx l a 4ftrrlD16 Scenes ioGlfa Li Hung Chang Recognizes errill do His Best to Avert Anarchy Threatened By Boxers OUTHERN GHINfl IS MUCH flGITflTEd LONDON Juno 2iThe Daily Telegraph publishes this dispatch from its special correspondent fenceasthat vr are on the eve of a scene of bloodshed and anarchy in tho vo Quangs only paralelled in history by the Tai Ping rebellion The signs of a murderous uprising by the Boxers pirates and other bloodthirsty wretches with noth gasbyChinese are hurrying away from its vicinity tak with them their wives families and valuables Viceroy Li Hung Chang has again been peremptorily or dered to go to Peking His enemies declare they will mu him before he can reach there His presence alone restrains the revolutionary elements here His departure will let loose the BlackFlags and i Reid Girdles Knowing this Lis trusted officers are sending their families to Hongkong The Viceroy trusts Americans in this crisis He says that they alone want no accession of territory and he places himself largely almost unreservedly in their hands At a most important conference held today he reiterate that sentiment adding an expression of his determination at all hazards to secure the best results for China and the maintenance o f most friendly relations with America and other foreign nations Almost all the missionaries have been notified of the Im- mInent peril in which they stand through the medium of confidential runners and spies They are leaving Canton hurriedly few now remaining here- InCommander McLean of the United States gunboat S Juan de Austria was first here to protect foreign interests He is a capable and an energetic officer His ship 11 now been reenforced by the arrival of the British harsh Redpole under commander Corbet PROGRAMME OF TILE Ministers Resting ekTOHE HELD IVITH TIlE Baptist Church Gradgville Ientuckcj Julcj 10 = 12 1900 Tuesday Morning Devotional Exercises W U Cave How may we unify and build up the Lords work in our sectionIYD- udgeon S First study in RomansJ C Massic Tuesday Afternoon Devotional ExercisesRotert Wilsm Responsibility in the ordinatioi ot Ministers W T Underwood First study In the Phillipplans V B McGarkty The pastor and his workJ r Terrell Wednesday Morning Devotional ExercisesB Y WlLsin By whom is a man called to tilts ministry and what are the evidences of a- caUW L Pierce Second study in Phillippians W B McGariety Exegesis Matt 28 1920A C Cree SoulwlnningW B Cave Wednesday Afternoon Devotional Exercise J A Pierce Second study in RomansJ 0 Massie w How 1 prepare my sermonsJames Cook Ex yt sis John 10 272DW B BIcGariely heThursdayMorning Ihivotional Exercises II S Bell The Bible and MlsslonsJ CMassie and IL T Jesse r How I study my Bible Edgar W Barnett Third study in RomansJ U Hassle Bible reading on gh logTbI Green Thursday Afternoon Devotional Exercises E F Tucker x Third study in Philippines W B McGariety Is regeneration necessary to thatch iiiiiubrrtliiii Gcncml Dlfcussiun A cordial invitation is extended to all by the Grady ville Baptist Church I- iJi Fifth Jygjg BIot tIE PIKE CAMPBELL MANAGER HOST CENTKAUT LOCATED AND BBST CON DUCTED 920 HOTEL IX TUB CITyLOCA 1NEAR TUB TUKATKES CnURCIIBS AND AVUOLE ALE HOUSBB OF THE CITY t 10UlYDJ KENTUCKY Is t c i PATTERSON HOTEL J1MSST0WN t KV o letter place can thesIt is new elegantly furnished and the ta ble ut nil times sup bestVSSSI ij5 tho market affords a- Feed Stable in con r nectlOn J B PATTERSON Proprietor Universal Woodworker Turning Lathe and Sawd = I AM NOW PREPARED to do any kind of fancy scroll I I ColumbiaJtollercall 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 m- erJG MORRISON O OI A 1f l DAfS Y PROPRIETORS OF TIlE Lebanon 4 Marible OrkSyJ KYdManufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of I WtiWU fteA dGRANIIE f RICE3 LOW WORK GUARANTEEDSpecial 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 JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia Ky I R o RUBEL TII KU1JKL aipaS Successors to Falls City Buggy Top Co Manufacturers of and Dealers in all kinds of Vehicles Buy Tops and CUSHIONS Write For Catalogue X NO 142 East nain St LOUISVILLE kY i IfYou Smoke Send For a Sample Box of Baitfds Iiittle ttavanas9 3 FOR 5 CENTS 150 Per Hundred 25 cents Extra for Postage 7IERK7VfIILION SOLD IN 1539- BATRDS 5th and Jefierson Louisville Ey PROOR MME 010 TIIE Missionary and Simony school Fifth Sunday MeetingrOIoI1E SOUTH flSS061flTIpNTO Bethlehem Church Pulaski County KentuckyJ- uly a the 28th and 29th 1900 Saturday lO a m 1 Devotional exercisesJ M Floyd rji 8 Whnt interest ought we take in carrying out the COn1m18810i1S- C rJones and Jacob Mayfield 8 Who ought to support the preaching of the Gospel lain STay lor and W B Cave 4 Is there any scripture for appointing a committee to sean erring brdther D F Epperson and J M P Floyd 5 Is tho Lords Supper restrictedJ C Clemens and J JCooper Sunday Morning 9 a ni 1 Devotional exercises Wai II Collinso2 Is it the duty of every church to have a Sunday BchQnud who should attend 0 F Breeding and J W New v 3 8 Ought not tho membersy of tho church to rend tho scii SeBmorc C 0 Trimble and F G Merricks 4 SermonJacob Mayfield t i5 The Question Box on hand each day V laverbodyinvited to attend fC 1 j C C11rtJIOIR J 90 PER G PMhn f 2rruo ti e