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THF ADAI COUNTY NEWSI VOLUME 3 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGST 11900 NUMBER 42 POSTOFFICE DIRECTORY j M Russell Postmaster Officehours weak days rW a m to 930 pm- COIIRCDIRECTORY t COUIThtce sessions a yearThirdCIRCUIT Monday In May andry third Monday September m Jn geW W Jone- sCommonwealthAttorneyNIi j W Aaron SheriffJ W CoffeyaClerk Jno B COUNTY COCBT First Monday In each month w Butler County AttorneyJasOetnettJr ClerkTRStulta it JailerS H Mitchell V Assessor Q A Bradshavr Surveyor R T McCaffreo School SuptW D Jones CoronerLeonard PletchertlOm COUBT Re gal arconrt second Monday InIt ftch month adgeJ W AtkinsWorney Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BOBISYIUB GURETRev T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays at9 a m nor ednesdayaabbathnight MTHODISTB- QBESVILLE STREET Rev J L KilgoretE prayerSundayschool meeting Thursday night ofBAPTIST STBEET Kev E W Barnett GBEBHSBUBO pastor Services third Sunday in each month- Illndayschol every Sabbath at 9 a TO Prayer Sleeting Tuesday night cle j CHRISTIAN CAVSPDELLSVIUE PntBEder L Williams Pastor Services First Sunday Sabbath at 9 am month Sundayschool every to Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGIES is UASONIC COLUxniAliODOBHoW F and AMRegu lar meeting in their hall over bank on FrI- day night on or before the full moon in each month O A KEMP WM is T RBTCLTS Bccj COLUMBIA CBAPTEB B A MM No7 meets oral Monday night in monthJ H P T R Stnlts Secretary is av= HH cax cs CoiioverllotelJOHN Columbia Kentucky HIS Hotel is one of the best in this 1 section of the State It is a large ew brick containing twentyreight ooms all elegantly furnished Good Sample rooms and the table is sup plied with the bestprovisions thecoun try affords Rates very reasonable Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0fThe above Hotel has been ret- ted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable good sample room Feed stable at hed OOIIIIROIL HOTEL JAMESTOWNfKY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors I openedTaodhaslIot looks after BCIM that the table is supplied at a 1 times with the very best the market affords The proprietors are attentive and very poit to and the butding- taconrenlenttothe + sample rooms business houses First class livery to the hotel Terms very icssonable Lebanon SteamLaundry LEBANON KY 0THOROUGHLY equipped modern 1 1 laundry plant conducted by exper ienced workmen and doing as high grade work as can be turned out any place in the country Patronize a home institution Work of Adair Bussell Taplor and Green solicited WR JOHNSTON 60PrOi REED MILLER Agents Columbia Kentucky To prevent La Grippe take si dose or two el Dr Restorative Nervine daily Ladies Favorite Morleys Littlo Liver Pills for Bilious R are the ladies favorite because they 81Osmall easily taken and do their work quietly but+ yOne dose Sold b M 4 ELD ZT WILLIAMS LETTER From Venice to Paris Editor of the News We left Venice at 230 a m May 81st for Como via Milan Arrived at Milan at 2 oclock p and spent I five hours seeing the of that We went once toCathedral Square which the center of bustle and life of the city The leading streets of the city center in this square and is surrounded by some of the most important buildings Here thegreatcathedralof Milan stands the center of the square stands monument of Victor Emanue by the sculptor Ercole Rosa died before this his last work was completed It is the finest monument in Milan The cathedral is one of the greatest and most wonderful work of art It was begun in 1386 It is dedicated to the nativity of the blessed Virgin Mary Its shape is that of the Latin cross 148 meters in length and 88 in width 108 me high The material in this magnificent building cost it is said 100000000 besides the labor putting itup It is nearly 600 feet long on the outside and 250 feet wide The central spire is 860 feet high and from its pinna you see 2000 smaller pinnacles each one haying a statue of mar ble on its summit We clitned to the summit of the central spire and had a splendid view of the city and surrounding country It the third largest church in aU EuropeIn Maria Delle Grarie which was originally an Abbey church seen the last supper frescoes on the rear of the church by Le onardo da Vince in tho 15th cen turyand is very interesting in spite of its ruinous condition Milan the capital of Lumbard one of the largest and wealthiest cities of Italy It is now a grea manufacturing center with about 800000 inhabitants It is the center for music and is the larg est market place for silk and cot ton in Italy After spending five hours very pleasantly in Milan we left for Como and spent the night in that beautiful city OD Lake Como It is an old town but comparatively new in the de velopment of industries It has a large silk manufactory and splendid trade in silks It is surrounded by hills adorned with man rich villas where invalids and pleasure seekers spend summers It has about 25000 inhabitants We left Como for Lucern on the morning of June the 1st at 840 by train Our railway led U8 through the Alps by the St Gath ard pass We soon felt a change in the climate and had to put OD our overcoats to keep warm Many of these mountain peal are snow caped and in some place the railway rises near them Thor is some beautiful and picturesquE scenery on this road as much al almost any we have been priviledj ed to see Just below the ano the mountain aides are covere with grass and forest and evergreens then the beautiful valle that grows narrower as you approach the great tunnel is carpeted with grasses and some parts 1 cultivation Cedars and pine cover tho mountain side and man beautiful waterfalls aro seen uloi the way There is one of the longest tunnels on this road throug the Alps in the world We too boat on Jake Lucern at Finale and sailed tHa entire length J this beautiful lake to the city Lucjrn The eceneryonthis lal is unsurpassed for wild and picturesque views Lucern is situa ed in tho heart of Switierlai within easy reach of all that grandest in scenery of the Alp and the tourist delight to ling here and enjoy this rendezvous- a I summer resort The Rigi mi be reached byrail in a little tim and this mountain resort is to 1 reckoned among the most popnl in all Italy Many tourist chin this mountain to get a view sunrise It is said thatfrom 3 to 800000 tourist visit Lucerne ory year and the town ie suppoi ed largely by tourist We spe ofyt i jL fl and left early next morning for Paris that is two of us did Cross field and MoGarvey took a tour of three or four days through Germany the Duncan and myself arrived at Paris about 6 oclock and engaged rooms for ten days for four francs each We arrived on Saturday evening and Sunday is not known is in Paris excapt as a day for festivals and frolics We spent the day mostly in our rooms Monday we went to Consuls for our letters and to expositions i and are now as we have spent ten days in Paris and six of them in the ex position we are prepared to pass is judgment on it And first of all red willsay we were disappointed in the exposition as regards the ar rangement and the variety and greatness of the show The loca tion of the grounds is unfavorable for a great exposition The grand enterance IS at Concord and extends down the river Seine and by at the enterance there is a wing on each side the river connected by and a bridge and then on one side there is a narrow pass threequart ers of a mile before you come to anything interesting The national buildings are all crowded in on it the other side between the two main wings Then there is noth being new on exhibition all been its seen at other places The great ten wheel is here but it is not attracting much attention for it is not the new any more and then it is out side the exposition grounds The for moving sidewalk is attracting more attention than most any oth er part of the exposition grounds Tho people flock to it by the thousands for a ride YOU can ride as long as you please for one half franc but you dont please to ride long for you have to stand all the time There are no seats on it You can take a slow ridem or fast as you please One runs about three times faster than the other The Eiffel Tower which is was built for the exposition in ic 1889 is still here and is one of the great attractions It is like a spire in the middle of Champ de Mars and is constructed entirely of iron and rises to a height of 984 feet the highest tower in theIof Platforms divide it into 14threelifts or what we call in America elevators or you can walk toy the second if wishb but few undertake itdParis itself is a great show and has every claim to be considered a model city The houses are built with great taste and the innumerable streets which cross each other in all direotions are broad and airy and well lighted Busi ness and pleasure are harmonious ly combined in Paris It has has some of the finest streets in the world Champ Elysus is con sidered the finest street in Paris I and there is nothing to excell it in a Ithe world It also has some mngi nificent churches Madeleine among the most noted It begun in 1764 and completed in 1848 Notre Dame Cathedral IS 7the metropolitan of Paris It was L built in the 12th century or rath er begun then and was 200 years r in being completed The towers are 868 feet high The bell in the southern tower is the largest in 1 France being over 8 feet in diam eter and weighs over 16 tons The clapper alone weighs nearly a half g ton It is only wrung on great occasions Its treasurery is rich and rare with ancient relics k The coronation robes of Napole n on the First are in it and a piece If of the true cross of Christ and f the crown of thorns and one of e the nails of the cross Thfl organ ja one of the finest in France It- t has 6000 pipes We spent one d evening in the Museum of the is Louvre which has its vast galler e ies the richest collections in the 3r entire world It was originally 3 the Palace of the Kings of France y and was begun in 1541 byFrances e the First but was not completed e until 1857 by Emperor Napoleon Il III But it was occupied in an 1b unfiniahed state by Catharine de- X1IIof Medicis Charles XI Louis 5Q and Napoleon 1st who desired completeitabut time failed him t and he left it to Napoleon III to tlt finish The Triumphal Arch be- gunt r by Napoleon 1st1iu 1800to 1- I commemorate the glories of the French armies cost 860000 lbs sterling and is a living picture of glorious triumph of the first empireWe saw the July column at Place de Bastile erected to the memory of the heroes of 1880 It 154 feet high and beneath it are interred the victims of 1880 who died for liberty and it really ought to be called the Liberty Tower The names of the heroes inscribed on the column in letters of gold a We saw Cleopatras Needle It ble at Place de la Concord and is of granate 75 feet high and of weighs 250 tons and came from Luxor Egypt But I must close to this letter and leave Paris for Lon dontand my next will be from Paris to Montpelier Ky Deafness Cannot bo Cured local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear lar There is only one way to cure deafness that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when is entirely closed deafnesS is the result and unless the inflammation can taken out and this tube restored to normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of of are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tomucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars any case of deafness caused by ca tarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O on Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best A strange disease has appeared in Greenwood 111 and three deaths have occurred Sunday Samuel Allen died from something resembling cholera Monday Mrs John Glover and Mrs West Bauer both died suddenly in the same manner The town greatly excited and fears an epidem Physicians have thus far failed to relieve those attacked Monday night two other victims were reported That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Kings New Life Pills Thousands sufferers have proved their match merit for sick Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up health Only 25 cents Money if not cured Sold by T E Paull At Cleburn Texas a jury decided that John Renfro a prominent young white man who killed James Williams for defending in court the good name of his deed daughter against Renfros slanders is sane The Judge set Friday July 27 as the day of execution This is the fourth date set for the hanging Ladles IItyou want a beautiful complexion bright eye a good appetite an act iveliver bowels regular as clock work land vigorous healthy body use Mar- I leys Liver and Kidney Cordial the great system renovator It cures all diseases to which women are subject such as weakness debility melanchol ly nervous prostration etc A Wonderful BunMorleys Tasteless Chill Syrup has a wonderful run among ChillSuffering people because it is a prompt and effective cure for Chills even in chronic cases that have resisted all other medicines Sold only by W M Bell Joppa Ky Eleven negro men were drowned in the Warrior river near Akron Ala Monday afternoon by the capsizing of a skiff The accident occurred at a Government lock now being constructed BevJ M yingllng pastor of the Bedford Street Methodist church a Cumberland Md saysuU affords me much pleasure to recommend Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I have used it and know others who have done so I have never known it to fall It is a sure cure when taken in time For sale byM Cravens The Rev Dr Joseph Desna PIckett champion of the Orphan Brigade and twelve years Superintendent of dieod Satnrday at his home near Chicago where he had resided since 1891 The remains were buried at the family burying grounds In Mason Bounty a i I I THE LINES ARE DRAWN all The result obtained at Lexington is as honest and as unequivocal an expression of the will of thepeople as could be expected or desired It will carry with it all the weight it one deserves aSa free and genuine expression for It ought and we think it will reunite the party The issue between the two parties in the nation is much der the same as it was before the Interposition of internecine faction and doctrinal ly vor quibling But in the State it simple choice between the responsi elements of conservative ordely and intelligent society and thecombine money and murder which gets its orders from Washington and expects win ifitwin at all by fraud and forceGov not Beckham has shown himself a prudent and courageous man He has der done his duty during an ordeal that might have tried the wisdom of an old der man His nomination is the popu recognition of this The people say in effect We refuse to swap horses crossing a stream They give the youth of the young Governor the benefit of the doubt knowing full surely that time will cure it He has already grown out of it enough to have arisen to the full exigency of the situ ation and he will as time passes show conclusively that he is a worthy scion an illustrious race of Kentuckians equal as his fathers were before him each emergency as it arises in The Republicans of Kentucky dare not go to the people upon there own six record Hence it is that they would force the democrats to meet them up the single issue upon which they suppose the democrats to be divided That is the Election Law They will find themselves mistaken There is not a Democrat in Kentucky worthy of the name who wants any election law that is not strictly nonpartisan and fair There is not a man whose judgment is entitled to weight who does not know that with such a law a the Democray led by Beckham will sweep the State The Republicans will not be premitted to put the Elec tion Law between themselves and the fires of damnation They will not be premitted to use the Election Law alternately as a wedge to divide Dem ocrats and a screen to protect them Selves When Governor Beckham has called the Democratic Legislature to gether in extraordinary sessionwhen its democratic members have reconvened at Frankfort with the tragedy of last winter engraved on mind and heart wlththe obligations of right and a duty before conscience and honor and with the voice of the good peole of the State ringing in their earsthey will without any other let or hindrance except that of the Republicans who will thus show themselves in their true colors imprint upon the Election Law such modifications and amendments- as experience has shown to be necessary and they will make it so just and so nonpartisan as that no rightthink ing man can gainsay it And where will the Republicans then be They will be stripped of the wretched subterfuge of seeking the re form of the lawfor their sole hope is of keeping it unchanged upon the booksand they will be turned loose naked to face the awful indictment against them the operations of Brad ley and his partisan militia before the last election the operations of the RailwayPolitical Combine during and immediately succeeding the election the Reign of Terror precipitated upon the State Capital by the descent of the mountain feudists the murder of Goebel the dispersal of the Legislature by the edict of the Republican claimant and by armed violence and the long line of usurpations and outrages perpetrated by Taylor from the firing of the shot that struck the Democratic claimant down to the hour of this own disgraceful flight from State a selfconfessed criminal and a cowardly fugitive from justice These are the issuesthe real issues of the campaign before us and not the Goc bellaw The Republicans will have to meet them We repeat that they will have to meet themto meet them in the open field for they cannot and they will not bo permitted to skulk behind the Goebel law using it before theelection as a club to beat the Dem dicettiou as a t to throw the vote of the State out the Electoral College to refuse admi- Sian of the Democratic members of Kentuckys delegation to Congress and it may benn case McKinley electedto g make of the State ment of Kentucky itself a case of seal Intervention ruinous both to political and our material interests FellowDemocrats of Kentucky this Is the situation which wehave to meet Let us meet it as honest and as brave men Lotus have done with small politics Thatls the only kind of pol itics that Democrats have to fear Undoubtedly the Lexington Convention was a representative body Ithas giv en us a noble yeung Kentuckian as our chief It has given us a platform that oJ Democrats can stand upon owlet us close ranks and go to work like men and brothers like Kentuckians and like Democrats to redeem the honor of the State by placing perma nentely at Frankfort a representative and a responsible Chief Magistrate who does not take his cue from a ring of Federal officeholders nor look his election to organized corruption and brutality one who is not theWI accredited agent of money and mur but one who will administer the laws justly serve the public faithful and look for his reward to the fa of the people and the blessings of HeavenCourIerJourna1a Is Life Worth Living Sleeplessness debility nervousness and palpitation of the heart are not diseases they are symptons indIcat- ing that the various vital organs are 523 working in harmony Morleys Liver and Kidney Cordial restores or and rids the body of all waste products that clog the system It in sures sound digestion sound nerves and sound sleep Mr Thad Proctor Buncomb Ills says I sold 187 bottles of Morleys Tasteless Chill Syrup during this last year and did not have one failure in the lot Mr customers say it is the best Chill Syrup ever sold in this com munity How is that for a record Sold by WM Bell Joppa Ky In Green county Emmet Richardson was shot by Walter Edwards his broth inlaw once In each shoulder and once the head making a scalp wound Edwards has only been married about weeks and Richardson claimed he had mistreated his wife who is Rich ardsons sister Edwards has left the state taking his wife with him JABEZ Mr John Johnson our old and relia ble merchant was quite ill last week This has been a busy week for our citizens Wheatand oats to care for protracted meeting at Mlllltary Springs reunion of soldiers erecting tomb stone to soldiers graves and quarterly meeting at Christian Home Church Proto J C Tompkins Is attending the institute at Somerset Ihavemill in the near future Dr J B Scholl began building him new office the first of the week We have daily mail from Jamestown and Somerset since July 1st Mrs John Westdiedof consumption last week She leaves three small childrenEsq Eads Eadsville Wayne county is trying to get a mail route from Eadsville to this place He ito also trying to get a telephone line from Ior Eadsvjlle via this place to Somerset a line which Is greatly needed and would pay any stock compaqy DUNNVILLE A new Christian church has just been completed at this place and will dedicated on Sunday July 29th Elders Z T Williams and J Q Montgomery will preach dedicatory sermons Din ncr on the grounds Miss Bersba Neal of Texas is visit ing her sister Mrs B L Williams Miss Eva Pick Georgetown is the guest of Miss Lilly Morgan Miss Lena Taylor and brother N F Taylor of Augusta Kansas are visit eing the families of W G Smith A N Taylor Miss Bcttie Wilkinson of Liberty is visiting her sister Mrs J W Pelly Oma Goode CampbellsvIlle is with relatives here Miss Rosa Hayes of Jamestown here for a few days enroute for Wil more to attend the campmeeting W B Taylor and son of Versailles and his sister Mrs Ella Taylor Stone IItot North Dakota have been guests of W G Smith and A N Taylor CAVE SPRINGS prospectdcroprA singing is being conducted here Saturdays and Sundays by Rev Frank Hughes and W W Rexroat Joe Hinston lost a horse a few days ago which is the second one recently The school at this place opened Monday with a fair enrollment Be sides the trustees number of patrons were present L Y 1 JJQ h 1QmiiIIDYC a i Blacksmiths + AND W oodw orkerr Columbia Ky I amprepared to do all kinds of in my line and if you need re Buggiesor buggytires MtiSfaction Newly Famished American Plan ILOG Per Day 3lic oafeadCotef MEALS 25c W Market St LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER Mgr Wilmore Hotel- W M AMORE Prop Gradyville Kentuck U THESE is no better place to stop hotelGood Feedstable GORDON MONTGOMERY ttn vva naCOLUMBIA KY adjoIningcounties drugstore DR M 0 SALLEE r e DENTIST Careful attention given to me ohanical and prosthetic dentistry and dental surgery f CoffeyBunterCOLUMBIA KY FRANK M BALLENGER Avrrn RobinsonNorton F Go WHOLESALE Dru Goods Notions Etc LOUISVILLE KY Now is Tne Time to REPAIR HOUSES r o Do not allow your house injure for the lack of Guttering a Leaking Roof iJdF I 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 fletnaUie Insurance Go- OF HERTFORD CONN CHARTERED 1820 Assets 54000000 Surplus 8000000 o ISPaydthan other firstclass companies will write you a 20 Payment Life Policy thereby guaranteeing to save you 5 full premiums and 5 years in time On the basis of equal cost the ETNA GUARANTEES more insurance greater extensions greater cash and loan values and greater paidup val Isues at the end of equal periods of time than any other company Policies absolutely incontestable af ter one year Nonforfeitable after two years on limited pay policies The LOWEST BATES of any first class company For further Information call on or address W D JONES Ageat Columbia K- yRA11RANT 0 r S BTrr Propri- etorLHIBANONJ KY This stand is located near the dost pot and meals are furnished at roil hours at 25 cents per meal The best eatables the country affords Elegant slttlHg rooas for ladles j 0 a i1iTHB ADAIR COUNTYNHWS Published Every Wednisdiy BT THE Adair Bounty News 60 INCOHPOR TIt CHAS 8 HARRIS Editor A Democratic udirtpaper devoted to thelnUr ctti of the city of Columbia and Ike people o Adair and adjacent counties ZiKuteroJ at the Columbia Postofiidcl- asnai miller SVnSCRIPTff IIATK8 OXEYUAR flM SIX IONTnSr We STRICTLY IN ADVANCE IDVERTJSING RATES Loca otices ten cents per line for first insertion andre cents par line fur each snbfe quent insertion DISPLAY ADS Space I irk z Mo I jAb IOlTo1 I Yr 1 Inch f 60 1cOca 1 2 00 3 00 500 2 Inches 7s ISO 3 00 4 jO 7 00 3 Inches 100 203 400 6 80 10 00 4 Incbes 1 25 2 o 5 00 70 12 SO- i6 Inches I HO 3 e co 10 oo is oo Col 3 ra 600 1200 jfl to SO 00- Coll 50 9 00 18 OT jt M 45 ft l Col it 00 1200 240o 4000 6060 There will be no departure from these rates finder any clrcumitanccs WEDNESDAY AUG 1 DEMOCRATIC TICKET hr Pr jdJt WII LIAM J BRYAN Of Nebraska Fur Vice Presdent- ADLAI E STEVENSON Of Illinois For Governor J C W BECKHAM Of Nelson For Congress BEN V SMITH Of Pulaski reAs the trial at Georgetown pro ceeds more convincing is the con spiracy to murder exposed tt is given out that Hon D B Hill will speak in Kentucky for the Democrats during the coming campaign The mother of Hon James D Richardson the Democratic lead er in Congress died at Murfrees boro Tenn last Saturday Robt Charles a negro despera do was shot to death at New Or leans last Friday after he had kill ed and wounded a dozen men The Democratic State Central Committee has been called t meet at Covington tomorrow to select a Campaign Committee and to make other important ar rangements King Humbert of Italy was as sassinated last Sunday Three shots entered his body one pierc ing his heart Angelo Bressi the assassin is an anarchist He has been arrested and no Mount will intcrfire Hon Charles A Towne will b withdrawn from the fusion Popu list ticket about the 15th of Au gust His resignation will bo ac cepted and Adlai E Stevenson will be placer in his stead tube gins to look like every bodyis traveling Democra trJ1N tional gold wing of the yin not put outs ticket Tm twill sup port Mr Bryan The German el ement of the Republican party is inline with the Democrats and there is no question but Mr Bry an grows stronger every day Mr Harrison will not have any thing to say for Mr McKinley which means a gain of many Democratic votes an Indiana and it is confi ently believed that Mr Bryan v willrearrythe Stte Mount ivea sib1Iidit i1 j A VIEW OF THE PASTA little over u year ago three prunliueiitnsldtlistiII8uihedDemocrats thorough Bud exciting campaigns for the Democratic nomination for Governor that was ever experi enced iu this State Charge after charge were made Jigainst each other which aroused their friends to the same political nltitudo and all who witnessed thu State Convention will romembur the strife and bitterness created in ull parts of the Commonwealth in the Dem ocratic party It was n time wliPii the friends of each candidate asserted that thy were right and that their choice only could win in tho final contest at the polls and when the county conventions were held all kinds of methods prevailed that indicated euccess for their cadi date It was a bitter contention throughout the State and as proof of this the many contests willat test The like was never known before Who was most at fault for such a state of affairs is not material at this hour We are not willing to condemn the cause of any of the candidates for bringing aljotit such a terrific fight in our own party It is grevions enough to contemplate its devastating ef fects It matters not who was most at fault or who were acting good Samaritans for that fight is past and we ought to be wiser if not better The delegates who were selected tent to the convention at Louis rule determined to win the nomination for their favorite regard less of the golden rule they went t win lIy any means foul or fair This was as morally true of the d i legates favorable to one candi date as of the other It EO hap- 1llId that the friends of William GuVl prevailed and ho landed II ruvetcd prize A lull Stnto ticket was named udtte nil returned to our respect ive cuutils some with joyful lnrt tit hprs with bitter feelings gin I ring vengeance on the headof our ticket for having won upon the fame footing and similar method that they sought to gain advantage and win the nomination At that time it was not apparent to the great bulk of Democrats that a powerful corporation had espoused the cause of one candi date and had been instrumental in creating a hitter fight in our own party and had exhausted all its effective tactics in trying to secure tho nomination for its choice but failing it sought pal iation in disrupting the Democrat ic party and doing all it could to elect a Republican In this it used every agency that would ac complish its purpose An independent Democratic ticket was put up to draw all dis satisfied Democrats who could not be induced to vote direct for the Republican ticket and throughout the State good honest men true Democrats who had never falter ed in all the past were induced to support it on the full belief that they were doing the best that could be done They believed that their leaders were honest and sincere infighting the party nominees and they were induced to support John Young Brown It was a terrible struggle and the power that failed workonot showing face to those it sought goodetrue Democrats were pulled off their political base which had nev er been done before At that time nor have we since doubted the honesty and good in tentions of the rank and file 0 those who supported the independent ticket While we did not be have them right and while we tfelt assured that they were acting under the heat of passion in tak theiresense of pride would induce zeal ous and earnest work for thei ticket yet we felt that the major ity of them were actuated by pure nprightmotiveeforwhatseem ed to them to be the best interest of the party We endeavored to give them fair treatment but the News seemed to be a target a whichmany of thorn fired but un mindful of the many nits we pur sued our course supporting the Democratic nominees as best w could and dowu to this good we have no tangible evidence that in so doing that we committed a wrong against our party or a sir against the Commonwealth At all times we gave our Demo erotic brethren better treatment than we received from them butftb no time did we c wlrolD fb J t threats or swerve from the plain path of duty Admonitions still come from those who claim to be Democrats for us to keep still while they may come silently back to affiliate with the party Now here is what we have to say The door the front door is wide open and all who left one year ago have been invited back by two State conventions and the grant ing of nearly all their demands except the naming of n candidate You left the party lv reason of t e Music Hall Convention and by t lie endorsement of the Goebel elec tion law at that time but are nor facing the direct opposite you have been granted that peaceful honest and fair convention which you assert is Democratic The same convention requests our Legislature to change the election law and put it in the minds of nil a fair honest law That same con vention provided such mod of party organization as you have demand Whats wrong If you you were right in your contentions last year you should now be a hearty supporter of the nominee Mr Beckham did not get his nomination by fraud He is a worthy Democrat and the party has said in unmistakable terms that he is the man for the place The fight before us has no coil nection with the one that is past If Mr Goebel was not your choice he is now not in your way the assassin and conspirators have done their work This is no time to quibble over little matters or to sull and allow the common en emy to press the crown of thorns on the brow of Democracy it is the supreme opportunity of every Democrat whether silver or gold Goebel or autiGoebel The causes that broke your de votion to your party havd ceased to exist and it is now confronted witticonditkms that are appalling Now if you mean to assist your party do not put it off too long If you feel that it is Demo cratic to support a Democratic nominee in preference to a Repub lican then come in through the front door pull off your coat and go to work It is not a matter of concern to us when you left nor for what you left we are only interested in your return New conditions con front us and more serious troubles are coming than you imagined ex isted one year ago There is no middle ticket this timeit is Democratic straight or Republican straight The News will pursue that same open and fair course as it has in the past We do not expect the Democratic party to go at our bidding We are willing for the majority to rule and when the majority has made a platform and named its candidate we con sider it Democratic to give said nominee a hearty and enthusiastic support We expect to do our du ty as we see it let tho result be what it may This is a fight be tween Democrats and Republicans in this State and between the money power aqdjkhe plain people in the nation Be not deceived The prosecution rested its case against Caleb Powers last Satur day and believes the evidence strong enough to convict him Powers thinks he will come clear on a motion for peremptory instructions If this is overruled which in our judgment the Court is sure to do Powers will take the stand in his own behalf followed by about one hundred other wit willfby the last of next week If a verdict of guilty is rendered it is reported that John Powers will visit Georgetown with a mob and attempt to rescue his brother No doubt John would be willing but the undertaking would be fa little too much for rhim Story Of A Slave To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery George D Williams wifethas beenso helpless let five years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Electric Improvede Thisrsupreme remedy for female quickly cures nervousness sleepless news melancholy headache backache faintiag sad dizzy spells It is a god send tweakstCkJy rundown people 9tSubscribe for tip ipw f J r g WRAPPED InOil Soaked Cotton and Then the Boxers Quickly Roasted the Death5Foreigilors Massacre of 2000 Converts at Pao Ting Fu Direct Threat Made That flinisters Held as Hostages Will be Slain I If Powers Advance Upon the Capital ==Great Excitement Tokyo Saturday July 28It is reported from Shang hai thatt the Boxers attacked the missionaries and native Christians at Pao Ting Fu on July 8 A foreign and 2000 converts were massacred The Chinese General Li Ho Kex is now marching on Peking He has ordered his troops to exterminate all ChristiansAlready one French priest and from two to three thousand natives have been slaughtered The Chinese Legation in Berlin has received a mes sage from Sheng Director General of ltilwaYs and Tele graphs saying that he has received dispatch from Peking announcing that General Tung Full Siang threatens to kill all the members of the Legations if the international force advances upon Peking r Russell + Spings + Tiotel VRUGttttrt Gl A ftlVI Ptfops KI7VSBLE KENTUCKY 0RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL is now open for summer boarders It is TilE largest and most complete Hotel in this part of the State iSTRates for 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 be given to make your stay a pleasant one if you come to the Russell Springs Hotel it o KUBEL T H KUBEL OBaL 13 OT4E1S Successors lo Falls City Buggy Top Co Manufacturers of and Dealers in all kinds of Vehicles BUDDY Tops and CUSHIONS Write For Catalogue NO 142 East lain St LOUISVILLE kY COKCOa DAESY PROPRIETORS OF TILebanon oS Marble Works 1 LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of ANDGRANITEtl I PRICE3 LOW WORK GUARANTEED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to alt kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts etc iWM F JEFFRIES tocal Agent Colniiihla Ky LIVE STOCK MRKET J Reported by the Louisville Live o Stock Exchange RourboaA Stock Yards CATTLK Extra shipping M 753500 Lightshipping 4 604 85 Best Butchers 4 504 80 Fair to good butchers 4 254 50 Commoa to medium btchr 3 504 14 noose Choice packing and butchers 225 to 300 fes AC 530 Fair to good packing 160 to 2o0glsy = 530 Good to extra light18Q to 180 tbs 7 5 520 SIIKEPAND EAKBS I Good to extra shipping Slieep 35011I5 504Miaor rhii7 eIs Lifo North Living i plessness debility nervousness anjpalpitation of the heart arc not diseases they are symptons indicat Ingthat the various vital organs are not working in harmony Jlorleys Liver and Kidney Cordial restores or der and rids the body of all waste products that clog the system It in sures sound digestion sound nerves and soyndsleep Mr Tbad Proctor Buncomb Ill- ssaysIsela 187 bottles of Motleys Tasteless Chill Syrup during this last year and did not have one failure in the lot My customers sty It is the best Chill Syrup ever sold Ia this com sunny How Is that for a record Sold by WM Bell Joppa Ky To Onto A IIaeDay oQetuincTabletsLAitdnlgglafs fails to cure L WGroY c ftigMtare oaeyfirybox 2c f- i Y j l1aduetiOf Sale iq Iillipery JI J We have a nice line of goods which we are now sellingi 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 Ifltts Tim Btfadshauu Miss Effie Btfadshauu THE JONES LEVER BINDERI HND CHITIN GEHRMOWER Are receiving the highest praise from those who use them They have merits that cannot be downed by any competitor Simplicity in construction lightness of draught and durability combined in one machine 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 i IfTon Smoke Send For a Sample i Box ofs m Baittds liittle J4atanaz7 3 FOR 5 CENTS 150 Per Hundred 25 cents Extra for Postage O7iHR tMILL10N SOLD IN 1899tBAIRDS 5th and Jefferson Louisville Ky LHUGHES COMPANY WHOLESALE rt w SASH if IdDOORS BLINDSMOULDINGSO rn with all kinds of Dressed Lumber Lath and Shingles REED MILLER Agents Columbia Ky JsHe STEPHENS DEALER IN Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes T aso keep a large stock of 9 CLQTHINwhich can be bought at the very lowest prices I have a nice line of MILLINERY on hands ELKHORN r KENTUCKY ltyNc rs S I 7h i CI J rs i Tw o =1 z n Mn ttyr PERSONAL MENTION Mr B E Rowe was in lamestow n last week Dr 0 A Cox Stanford was In lumbla Thursday Mr S A Hardesty Lebanon spen last Sunday in Columbia Mr W H Wilson and wife are visit- Ingf at the Russell Springs t Mr B K Young of Cumberland county is visiting in this city Mr G W Brockman Araandaville was here Saturday fromia Miss Emma ITunn is attending t Hustonviile Fair Mr Roy Baker Dixon Ky is visit log friends in Columbia Eld J W McGarvey Jr arrived from Lexington last Friday afternoon of sttownCol Morrison of Jamestown w has been qulteslck is much Improved laReva snn of Mt Washington are visiting relatives In this county Mr and Mrs J A Parson were vis friends and relatives in Green SacountyMiss Marietta Rowe who has been visiting in Jamestown returned home last week Mrs C A Cox of Stanford sister of Mrs J H Grady is visiting in Colum bia Mrs A B Gowdy and little Mary Triplett returned to Campbellsville Monday Mrs Lucy Jackman mother of Mr J W Jackman was quite sick last week Mr Carl Strange and his aunt M Hall visited Burksville last Frida yin and Saturday Mr Alcorn and wife of Greensburg were visiting the family of Mr A Hunn last week Mr J L McLean returned to Gla gow last Friday accompaned by ht brother George Miss Lillie Tingling who has been visiting relatives in Baltimore MeL returned home last week Mr T A Baker who hats a portion at Washington in the Census depart meat left forhis post of duty last week The many friends of Miss Effie Bradshaw will be glad to learn that she has recovered from a recent attack of serious illness Mrs Cozette of Boyle county is vis sting her daughter Mrs E H Price who has been quite sick for the past ten days Miss Jennie Van Pelt of Parkland is visiting Miss Sallie Rey Marcum Some years ago Miss Van Pelt was a teacher of music in this city making many friends Mr Jas Garnett Jr wife and lit leHe daughter Francis and Mr W A Coffey and wife returned from a visit to Mrs Ellen Wheat Montpelier Sunday afternoon Judge J G Winfrey wife son an daughter of Evansville Ind are vis cofreywas spent in Columbia and his many friends were glad to see him LOCAL JOTTINGS Next Monday wilt be county court Circuit court will begin at Liberty next Monday Be sure and attend the Ru Springs FairtrSaSlFcbuntv Institute the 20th of this monthhMr Gorden Montgomery will reImove into his new residence this week 1 Notice We have a lot of good iron hoop barrels for sale Willis Bros v leThebe cut short in this county on account of wet weather John Smith who shot Abf jab Hu phrey last Thursday was lodged jail Friday nightsThe school in West Columbia will be taught by Prof A H Ballard and fvlll begin next Monday My accounts are due so come a settle I need the money Mre Sallie BradshawI Died on the 22d uitIr David Conover He was 82 years old He lived In the White Oak country Born to the wife of RobtChewnlng Ta pJco Wednesday the 25th ult twins both boys weighing 7i pounds each ItU thought by some people thatI corn will not be worth more than 8125 per barrel when the present crop has been gathered When you visit Louisville stop at the New Phoenix HoteL Fin clas tare and wclUocatedv corner of 7thc andy Market Streets par Sparksvllle reporter informs us tkftt Charley KIngrey who was shot by Jo Akin Is getting along nicely lad bat every Democrat in that see tiM for the State and National IItt j Persons who want a few days of recreation should begin on the 14th day of August and select the Russell Springs Fair as the placele0Letters recleved here by parts handling staves indicate that the bus earlyItwork Russell Spring Fair privileges will be sold to the highest and best bidder at Kimble Saturday July 28th S A SIMPSON Secty 2t Quite a number of Adair county fa men state that the recent rains ha seriously damaged wheat a nd oats Many stacks are in bad conditiorf ea large per cent of the oats arc yet the field Mantel Company 224 roWTheJefferson St Louisville sell the best and cheapest mantels in the city They represent three of the best far htarles and manufacturer much of the ock 523m hoCharley Blevins who was Brown- ev the Bunk hole Green river two miles belowthe bridge on Monday of st week was found Wednesd orning one mile below the place he went down Mr G W Brockman who lives at Amandavllle while in Columbia turday reported so we are Imform that corn at gatherIng time in his section would not bring more than 75 cents per barrel Spocial Notice My accounts are all due July 1st Please crll and pay your account note without further notice I need the money D H BUTLEK Mr T A Botttms who lives at Fai play is a successful cabbage grower He has many that measure four feet ten inches from tip to tip and is Firsto them Miss Rey and Master Earl McGarve entertained their young friends 1 asttheFriday evening The little express themselves as being perfect wesre excellents se lestlons of music Coffey Brothers bought last week a very line 5 year old guiding for which they paid 8WO 1 hey claim ttiis to lie the JiIlCt hurts they have ever han died and when he is properly educated they expect a handsome price which they will doubtless get Aunt Sally Bryant who live near the Russell Springs and Coleus- bin road six miles from this pi died last Friday She was 84 years old and had been in poor health for Saves- al mouths She was a lady much r spected by her neighbors Mat Swanson whose death is mentioned elsewhere served two terms in the penitentiary He was sent once from Russell county for malicious shooting and from Barren for bigam was acquitted for killing a man in Clinton county One day last week a mare belongln- to Mr Frank Wooldridge who lives coltde thltule Is living Eld J W McGarvey Jr will deli t er a lecture this Wednesday evens at the Russell Springs on his trace in the Holy Land Mr McGarvey has just returned and his lecture will prove very intereting He will also lectures at Breeding next Monday night The people of Jamestown and viciu opportunitysseh toI avels in the Holy Land next Friday night He will be at Creelsbo- aturday ro night following IIo will ave views of all the most interesting sights Miss Sallie Montgomery haSsuch rangements with Prof Ballad cipal of the Columbia Male C Fem High School that all persoas attending the school and desiring to take mu sicchssons with her can do so She will beply locatedconvcnient to the college for that purpose sesslma1aI colis aid is up on all the common school branches Ills work gave entire sat is faction many of the teachers expr ing themselves as having been great benefitted ndMiss Lena Hurt who lives a few miles in the country entertained hand somely last Friday evening The young people in the neighborhood turned out inlarge numbers and sev oral couples of Columbia put in their appearance There were music and all kinds of social games and a general good tithe prevailed Last Thursday Mr Sam Hale and Miss Ortclla Darnell a popular cou of Kimble Kentucky drove to JamesJ tows and while seated In their buggy in front of the ceurthouse Bid A II Baugli in his usual and impressive manner made them husband and vlfeI The couple returned to Kimble and re cqlved the blessings of their parents Under the present arrangraents the carrying of the mall between Colum bia and Cain pbellsville is costing the con dollarsper day We understand that they agreed to carry tke plaid for a little Ipss than WOO per year At the pfeeeat rates It foots up 1676 per year They Are Very Pleasant Smokers attention He has come last The Never Down Log Run eystone cigar Its made ofcabba- aves 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 Somerset Ky Lee R Fulks have surd Boreing C Pearl for 2500 damages The suit was brought iu the Marion Circuit Court and grows outof the latter com pany refusing to take the Columbia and Campbcilsville stage line which treStullins Springs last week The water Isbia sulpher and invalids clam that are being beneiitted by using It T spring is located in the southern tion of the county and only recent healthrdPaid subscribers since last W Stevenson Ben V Smith Q Jones Gordon E Pike Miss Starlight Blocaym Mitchell H A Mitchell BF Floors E W Burton W B Brown Sa Wolford Leslie Bennett U T Seib asretwItElevens lieRiverwith foul play It has been told to this office by a gentleman who conve- sod with a person from Taylor taunt that when the body was taken fro orthe river the nose and skull were crushed Insuranrstrong Insures all kinds of property except steam mills hemp and tobacco Rates reasonable Insures against re Lightning and Wind Z JI STAPLES County Director AgentY years with Continental General Manager We understand that the cola rodthe woman preacher who has been con ducting meeting on the Burksail pllce for the past two months was closed out of the bulhJln the Presid lu adgshaini that a theologian of her r lututirnfailed in trying to lead sinners to rep n Lance The catalogues for the Russell kedlecone we received the manuscript the job was in Nearcly yas one 0 sides other jobwork and the work onthe the paper was carried on at the same time Prof A H Ballard has made satisfactory arrangements with the trustees of the M F High School and the institution will open next Monday Prof Ballard has also been emp loyed Wgest the sos er male teacher will be given work by e first of January Notice Tax for 1000 is now due You earnsisat must pay at ante or a levy will made Indulgence ceases to bo a virtue I mean business so you may expect a levy unless you ponce ay rhisT HURT Sheriff Quite a number of parties arc com plaining about having their gardens corn patches and watermelon patches raided of late in this vicinity and itof gareeGa fraleof it apd the only way to break up detestable potty larceny Is to ap the law to the fullest extent This community is now worked to thatI point and unless such stealing comes citeoftrtwe The White Teachers Institute of Adair county will be held the beginning Monday August 20th Statelyor l t pheay revokes their certificates Prof John C Willis who was so popular with the teachers last year will bo with us again and we are expecting to have an excellent institute W D JONES S C8 nGreenthe following interest log fatally histo- ry His father who lives with hisBfyears old and basreard ten 1 frBKentucky The others are located different States of the union Phi are onehundred and sixty one chi ren grandchildren and great grand children livIng anp twentyfive dead making a total of one hundred and eightysix He Is a Democrat and a Methodist and travels In the interest of s pateat medieifte jBtbelsattea yearsjie hassoW avfcr 4000 boxes of rn dlan Root Pills TOtcee of fife Qe yootr t r k p reaatLast prgety met at the courthouse for the pur pose of providing ways and means perpetuate a High School at the DIth buPettedChairman and J E Murrell Secre tary Hon J R Hindman stated the ject of the meeting after which McDonald representing the II o m Board of New York addressed the dlencc telling In a conclve what his people were willing to that the Board would give tin hundred dollars ayear to the school and make it perpetual but in order ra se uplek giviugs0roethiheng i mat1Yo would be benifitted that the efforts of the Board were appreciated When Dr McDonald closed a num madBe a or the school haHwwcar rhopus to consider and a proposition to raise entylive hundred dollars was submitted and passed The motion car s with it that none of the money is to be paid in until the whole of the gorad JmF Ridraw up a blank to be signed by those who desired to give ceand C S Harris J R Hindman Dr W R Grissom Rev T F Walton Rev E W Barnett and T R Stults were appointed to solicit aid lY1Y JONES Chairman- J E MUItJ ELL Secy The school meeting as announced inatthe last Issue of the News was held in the courthouse last Wednesday even Ing A good sized crowd was out and interest manifested clearly in cated that the people of this commu lenity realize the importance of imm diate action to secure the outside abinid that is tendered Dr McDonald stat that the educational board of New wiu11of g to appmpriato 550000 annually to the school here and to make it perpetual provided the people of this section would appreciate it to the extent of ingoodeping them in a comfortable and attractive form The estimated cost of the money now needed and the funds keeptheis 250000 This was agreed upon as amount that this town would off Dr McDonald as proof of its shill tyof and appreciation for this generous and niagnificient proposition to us and order to secure this amount a Comm tee of live was appointed to solicit subscription to this fund Dr Mc Donald proposition is one that eve citizen in this section should appre ate for it will beyond doubt piacelast our school on such footing as will guarantee a high grade and permanent in ThbproposltlonIs loose the school In order to get this amount it will he necessary every body to give and give liberal You will be asked to give so make your mind to do your duty let others do as they may It would be a great generationbe for r den to the present one to make it a s ccessWe must lave the school sodont let an opportunity slip How true is the seattmentcontiai in the old song Twenty Years A and how often are we reminded of the words in that old ballad It Is a lit more than twenty years since Mr J G Winfrey who is now City Judge the Evansville Indiana court was citizen of Columbia He is here at this time visiting relatives and iends of his early manhood him last Sunday afternoon he Well I have been walking around went over to my old home down to the spring and up to the college There have been many changes since I was here A few more words and separated When he remarked there had been many changes it occurred to us that if he lied stooped down at the spring and took a drink waAllter too looked very different from two years ago Jordan your locks are get ting thinhave a silvery cost in fact the boys of twenty years ago are grow- Ing old You have a spmpath etlc heart and we doubt not when you s upon the college hill you was reminded that here you had watched for hours barefooted boys at plaYtl some engaged in tossing the ball others jut ing and just over in the south con sata group playing mumbJ thepeg Again if yon had gone into the build l ug you would have doubtless found our own name written upon the wall un stveetbertAdvJordonbringupbethpleasantondi sad 001 theldfighting lifes battle trying to do all the Rood In the world theycaQI Mr AbJjah Humphrey al eacaa partloPGttb bjJobriT JUtJHIIl dy to start when the old man ap upon the scene and entered his otest Hot words followed resulting Smith shooting the father of his Intended bride Mr AtUree years ago his wife died and was ried upon his farm After she had en in her grave several months concluded to remove the body to wh he could view it at will Accordingly tDrook it eThe vault is made so he can enter it aUand dally he goes in and views the race looksd0lOn the 24th of July the relaU su I friend of Mr and Mrs Su J tee whose home II nearGreen river th t county gave a surprise dine UK occasion being Mrs Jones Gist fielofive were present besides the children and the dinner was one of the finest ever served on a similar occasion Mr and Mrs Jones are very fleshy rarely ever get out from home bet the visit of their friends Mr Jot weighs 287 pounds while his wife puns the scales to the 310pound mark They ve two children and the combined of the family is 810 pounds Jones is a brother to Mr J W Jones of Knifiey who is a larger man Mat Swanson a wellknown char o ter was found dead on tIle Columbia and Russes Springs road last Fri day He had a bullet hole in his head hut there is no clue to the guilty party He was evidently shot from a bush If we remember correc Swanson has been charged with using his pistol pretty freely shooting sever al persons and his conduct generally has been that of a very bad man Still the person who assassinated him de serves hanging ORADYVILLE Misses Kate Walker and Clara more were visiting the Misses Walker Nell last week Mrs II C Walker and daughter spent a few days of last week visiting at Bliss diMm J J Hunter spent a day or so last week visiting relatives in Colum JD Walker S Sons threshed last week on their farm about 600 bushels wheat Miss Claud Walker of Nell was vis sting relatives in our city last week Quite a number of our people attended church at Rocky Hill near Breeding last Sunday W L Grady was in Columbia last week looking after the proposed f at that place la5tweererGarfield Flowers is buying a nice lot young hogs preparatory for the spring market paying cts per pout Mitturn from Edmonton Graysryon our week and reported fine crops s section Uncle Henry Keltner who is in BOth year of age is in a critical condition He is one of our oldest citizens sevforpMessrs Lewis S Baker Burksvllle passed through here with a car load of fat cattle cnroute for Greensbu where they will ship to the Luusr market Our Irish potato crop was never bet ter Mr C O Moss has produced one that measured 8 inches in length andMrweighed in proportion daysnedweek in Metcalfe county buyiogsh cattleileZ H Grissom representing a Knox vllle clothing house was in iur ml dstSlast week and informed us that trade fuss very satisfactory Mr Jas Gilpin one of our prosper tosaidDick one cow for 875vMessrs Robert Yates and Bee Coffey two of our farmers are sell n g allot their prrperty preparatory for leaving for Texas They have ren ted a farm in the Lone Star State and will locate there permanently in the near future Success to them Smith Nell returned from CumI hmybought In that county They at all times have a lot of stock on hands ready for the market sofoodme witch was left in the fieldover n1 causingcerMarried on this 24at the residence of the brides toother Mr W P Mont gomery to Miss Lottie Burris The groom is only 50 years old while bride is at the mature ageof 10 Wilson officiated QLENSFORK Mr Hopper Scheldler of Evansville fad is visiting relatives and frle near this place Mr Pack Willis Is still very low shot Boeee who was In then jar army and on duty in the Philip bedsplde Texas a few days age Kr Flak A Strange gave a birth dytfartyoBe right tafc weak teHh tits ttbkiirlral aU tlwtbtr ifst T t Z milestone Finis reached six feet three inches first and is an original Beckham man and IsccsplJln for November dutyboutSimmons Nelson Ridge Miss Elmer Taylor on Pettis Fork Miss Dlcle LauraereDudley at Zion Chapman Walkup Co who have been operating their saw mill on Creek have finished their contract- as and will more the machinery at once to timber they have purchased attar here bere nueropenIng Wheat Is said to be averaging about 12 bushels per acre VALLEYcecsBorn to the wife of Sam Shreve July 2G a 10 pound daughter Miss Nonie Powell Columbia was DohoneySaturday Rev E B Forriar of Louisville holding a two weeks meeting at the Baptist church Miss Matra Beams a pretty little lady of Bardstown is visiting the family of Mr A R Feese W E Eubanks house and all its laflyst Capt Jim Cantrill of Greensburg was visiting the family of J E Rice Sunday Frank Hutchison bought Charles Keeneys farm last Saturday Consideration 200 precasWfl e of them will vote for Beckham at the coming election On last Wednesday evening at Baptist church Mr Charlie Durha was married to Miss Ollie Farrie Re groois and is quite popular in society T bride is the only daughter of Mr WmI Valleysmost JAMESTOWN The heavy rains have put a sutllcie tide In the river for the boats to RWooldridge Mfass visitingMissekMr O B Vaughan Kimble was town Monday Marcus Harmon who shot hIs father ambush last week had an exa dintog trial before Judge Sharp last onday He was held over for forth without bail His father is sa- to be improving Mr C H Murrell traveling soli lainDahisplace Thursday Rev Baugh officiat ing apect PELLYTON erefileek cc Ruberts last week Born to the wife of Milton Wo man the 20th a girl Leo Bledsoe Esto was visitl weeklaestock trader passed through here last week enroute home from Somerset A Polly bought of different par hishre wet Miss Mary Ann Earls was visiting relatives at Roley this week Mrs Robt Young of Watson w relatives hero this week chcLuther Maupln was in C ville last week ABSHER ClOpS arc very good in this locals Matthew Robertson who has be enG quite sick is better at this writing Sundapschheyood as superintendent Robert and Henry Cooley were visit- Ing their home folks Saturday and Sunday Campbeg is place T Fruit isno scarce article in this vi cinity Miss Eva Dillingham was the guest SundayRevg was iting P T Cooley Saturday night 0thisSunday but adswerogreatlydisappointed by the heavy rain that tclK vIsitingUsSEtlielPooreyl8St visitlfrlentlsHill Saturday and Sunday Miss Cora Breeding wolf the guest f- of Ethel Brock man SundaysuThe ttbbaiilal this pit De 1s- ixi Yie oSenrolled spentSunday atthisEld W G Montgomery will fill his thirdSunday GoV Beckham This celebrated and thorougbred shorthorn bull will make the present season on my farm and will be permitted to serve cows for 8100 cash or 8150 on time Gov Beckham is two years old and weight 1100 pounds I think he is the Best Bull of his age I GRADYGrady I- sTRAINING STABLE 0AM NOW PREPARED TO HAN eitheryoung horse thatyou want trained dont put horsetheandtrainedwork of this kind done I am prepared to give satisfaction My charges orevery Reasonable ROBT HUDSON ctColumbia Ky S L POWELL ATTORNEYATLAWm KYm0adjoininghecollections a specialty Office Pages Block second floor with C S Harris News office ntLLOYD PLACE REDBOILINGSPRINGS THE Popular Health and Pleasure Re insort of Macon county Tenn RED BOILING INGmCHALYBEARE erFREESTONE WATERS Natures Great Remedy for Disease ctof Stomach Liver Kid asps Dropsy Rheumatism etc ManagerhT T CfcOYO edboiling Spfingsr Tennessee A SavedHerI am the mother of eight children exderiencerkLast summer my little daughter had the dysentery in its gworst form We thought she would die I tried everything I could think of but nothing seemed to do her any good I saw by an advertisement in our paper that Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy was ighly recommended and sent and got a bottle at once It proved to be one of the very best medicines we ever had in the house It saved my little daugh astos life lam anxious for every mother to know what an excellent medicine it is Had I known it at first It would have saved me a great deal of anxiety and my little daughter much sufferIngYours truly Muss roF BURDICK Liberty R I For sale by M Cravens At Corbin Sunday night Will HUP ton was shot by Red Wyatt Hilton died of his wounds Monday morning Thoroughbred Berkshire pigs for KentuckyRegistered R Stalls Columbia Ky socIetyWUlmcet Friday In August 1900 ProsvieDuring the civil war as well as in late war with Spain diarrhocq was one of the most troublesome diseases the army had to contend with In many instances It became chronic and the old soldiers stillsuffer from ItMr GreenecChandDi arrlwea TRepedy and sbeMver L und aaythiBg that would glTthia c oh qwtek relief itfe tot tab ty M 1tCtat- 0 X T I State Democratic Platform We the democrats of Kentucky lit convention assembled do make the ful lowing declarations of principles FIrstWe heartily endorse the magnificent platform adopted by the Na tional democratic contention at Kan sas City on July 4th 1COO and also the splendid ticket named by said conven tion and pledge the democracy of Kentucky to an earnest cordial and active support of said ticket Second The entire history of the democratic party has demonstrated that It has always been the champion and defender of therJghts of the great common peoplethat ithas ever insist ed that the wllLofAiiia majority shall- controland that the minority must cheerfully and willingly acquiesce therein Ithas always advocated and stilldoes that all elections shall be fairly conducted and the result honestly ascertained We recommend that the election law of 98 which was en acted to pravent the repetition of wellknown republican frauds in certain districts of this State and which was a marked improvement on the then existing law but which has not proved sufficient for that purpose be amended so as to secure this end so thoroughly teat the most hypocritical can find no excuse for charging fraud or unfairness to our party In the con duct of the election Until such amendments can be en acted by the General Assembly we declare that the republican party shall have representation upon both the State and all county boards of election commissionersWe the world that the mob and the assassin shall not be the arbi trators of the rights of the citizens of Kentucky nor shall the penalty of an appeal to the law and the ragular con stituted authorities be death at the hands of assassins Law and order must and shall prevail in Kentucky ThirdWe present to the people of Kentucky the picture of an army of in timidation unlawfully quartered in the public buildings of the State a State Senator in the discharge of his duty to the State stricken down by an assassins bullet fired from ambush in the executive building then occupied by his political adversary who hoped to profit by his death that adversary arming filling and surrouuding the building with armed men instructed to defy the civil authorities and pre vent search for the assassin the same political adversary and republican pretender by force dissolving the Legis lature in violation of the constitution attempting by military power to force the Legislature to meet in a veritable slaughterpen for the democratic mem bers driving its members through the streets of Frankfort at she poiutjof the bayonet forceibly preventing the Leg- Islature from meeting in its lawful and and proper place keeping armed riotous and disorderly men under the very window of the room where lay dying the assassins victim driving the court of appeals from the Capitol aid ing with the soldiery and spurious par dons those lawfully accused of capital crimes to lice from justice and by mil- Itary force defying the writ of habeas corpus the same republican pretender lleeinglrom the State after indictment and remaining a fugitive from justice protected by open violation of the con stitution of the United States after having declared to the State I am a citizen of this State and amenable to its laws I am not a criminal neither shall I ever be a fugitive from justice Whenever indicted 1 shall appear for trial And we confidently declare our belief that a majority of the people of Kedtucky favor the preservation of law and order of both personal and civil liberty and the maintenance of the constitutional rights of the peo pie democratic doctrine which is the hope and inspiration of every true democrat FourthWe denounce the action of Gov Bradley in using and personally commanding the military force of the State to control the election and intim- Idate electors at the election ofNovcm bcr 1809 in violation of the conktilu L lion and laws of Commonwealth Fifth The democratic party express es the dccpcstnd sincerest grief over o the untimely of its distingui ed leader and friend of the great Com mnn People Gov William GuebeU Ills jfnline and fame Is and will remain a sa cred heritage of the democrats Ken tuckySixthWe earnestly invite the sup port by voice and vote of ever sincere lover of civil and personal liberty to jbinwith us In this campaign against the forces gathered under the banner of a government by assassination Th true manhood of Kentucky cannot and will not endorse assassination as the mcansto obtain possession of office and we appeal to every democrat and every good citizen of Kentucky to unite the democratic party and thus expre Hill detestation of afoul crime t j F w We endorse the Administration of Gov J C W Beckhaw and point with pride to its submission to and steadfast fealty to the law during the most troublesome exciting cud perilous days of the Commonwealth It Helped Win Battles Twentynine officers and men wrote from the front to say that for scratch es Bruises Cuts Wounds Sore Feet and Stiff Joints Buck leus Arnica Salve is the best in the world Same for Curns Skin Eruptions and Plies 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by T E Faull druggist Richard Boggs aged twentytwo was instantly killed in a saw mill at War saw The sleeve of his shirt was caught in a moving belt and his arm was Jerk ed out of the socket and nearly every bone In his body was broken Story Of A Slave To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich saysliMy wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Electric Bitters she is wonderfully improved and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness sleeplessness melancholy headache backache fainting and dizzy spells It Is a god send to weak sickly rundown people Cure guaranteed Only 50c by T E Paull druggist At Princeton in a political argu ment A 13 Hopper struck A M Pol lard over the head with a whip handle and was in turn probably fatally cut by Pollard To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refunded the money if it fails to cure E WGroves signature on every box 25c William Osborne of Letcher coun ty despondent because his sweetheart rejected him swallowed a large quanl ty of essence of pepperment and died in an hour To Cure La Grippe Iu Two Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggist refund money the if it fails to cure E W Groves signa ture oncvery box 25 cents Eleven teachers have been indicted at Grccnup for selling and using the answers to the official examination questions Prevented A Tragedy Timely information given Mrs Geo Long of New Straitsville Ohio saved two lives A frightful cough bad long tried her many remediesandoctors had but tryDrwholly cured her and she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of Pneumonia Such cures are positive proof of its power to cure all throat chest and lung troubles Only 50c and 100 Guaranteed Trial bottles free at T E Paulls drugstore fleeting of the Medical Society The Russell Springs Medical Society will meet on the first Thursday and Friday In Aug 1900 with the follow tug program- L J Godby of Middlcburg subject Abdominal Surgery- J L Wesley of Middleburg subject Obstetric Complications J B Scholl Jabez subj Dysentry- A W Cain Somerset subj Syphilis L F Hammonds Dunnville subj Cholera Infan turn W R Grissom Columbia subject Heart Disease Miss Bertie Carpenter Houstonville subj Placenta Previa William Blair Glensfork subject PneumoniaU Columbia subj Small poxW L Lowder McKinhoy subject Anesthetics natural labor a grow ing evil J G Carpenter Stanford Conservative 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 sew the Then and the Now of Medicine One by W L Lowder on the Evolution of Medicine WM BLAIR Pres F A TAYLOR Sec During the civil wrnswell as In our late war with Spain diarrhoea was one of the most troublesome diseases the army bad to contend with In many instances it became chronic and Uiu ulil soldiers still suffer from it Mr David Taylor of Wind Ridge Greene cuuntyPaisoneof these Reuses Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy and says he never found anything that would give him such quick relief It is forsale by M Cravens Seven well developed cases of swall neareThe soothing and healing properties of Chamberlains Cough Remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and perma favorssaleby M Cravens if PREMIUM LIST OF THE Russell Springs Fair Association AUGUST 144 DAYS FI1 ST bAY Tuesday August 14 1 Bestdlsplayof tomatoes 50 2 Best display of sweet pota toes TO 3 Best display of Irish potatoes fo 4 Best head cabbage s0 5 Bestonebalf dozen beets 50 6 Best halfbushel corn on ear raised in Rqssell county 1 00 7 Best halfbushel wheat raised In Russell county 1 00 8 Best display of wheat one 50c package of Pratts Animal food 9 Best display o f corn same 10 Bestdlsplay potatoes same 11 Best display of cabbage same 12 Best display of apples same 13 Best display of peaches same 14 Best display of canned fruit GOc package of Pratts Poultry food 15 Best display of jellies same 16 Best loaf wheat bread same 17 Best layer cake same 18 Best silk crazy quilt same 19 Best hand embroidered apron sameThe above rings from Nos 8 to 19 inclusive are specials offered by Pratt Food Com pany Philadelphia Pa HOGS 20 Best boar one year old and over 2 50 21 Best boar under one year old 2 50 22 Best sow one year old and over 250 23 Best sow under one year old 2 50 24 Best boar any age 2 50 25 Best sow any age 250 26 Best boar and two sows up n- ed by one man 500 27 Special premium by J H Smith Co Font Hill Ky dealers in general merchandise and fine cattle and hogs best black berkshlre boar any age 5 00 BOY RIDER 28 Special premium by J H and W D Stephens dealers In gen eral merchandise Russell Springs Ky best boy rider under ten years j 00 PONY MU E RACE 29 Fastest pony mule under fourteen hands high to be measured by judges onehalf mile heats two best in three 5 00 BICYCLE RACE 30 Fastestbicycle rider onehalf mile heats two best in three e 5 00 to the first and 9250 to the second 7 50 PLUG HORSE RACE 31 Fastest plug horse owned in Russell county prior to July 1st 1900 onehalf mile heats two best in three 5 00 to the first and 250 to the second 7 50 RUSSELL COUNTY TROT OR PACE 3H Fastest trotter or pacer own ed in Russell county prior to July the 1st 1900 mile heat two best in three 5 to en ter three to start entrance fee 7iper cent 15 to first and 10 to second 25 00 SHCOfiD DaY Wednesday August 15 SHEEP 32 Best buck two years old and over 2 50 33 Best buck one year old and under two 250 34 Best ewe two years old and over 2 50 35 Best ewe one year old and un der two 2 50 36 Special premium by J H Smith Co Font Hill Ky dealers In general merchandise and fine cattle and hogs best cotswold buck any age 5 00 37 Special premium by same as 36 best cotswold buck ewe and lamb 500 37t Special premium by E G Atkins ppresenting W II Newman to 01 wholesale gniriis IvuiNViIii Ky bust culbwold ltmh 2 50 HORSESFOR GENERAL UTILITY 38 Best stallion four years old and over to be ridden and driven consideration speed style and saddle qualities 10 00 39 Best marc or gelding lour years old and over to be ridden and driven consideration same II s10Op 40 Best stallion three years old and under four 5 00 41 Best mare or gelding three yaars old and under four 5 00 42 Best stallion marc or gelding two years old and under three 5 00 43 Best stallion ware or gelding one year old and under two 6 00 PLUG HORSE RACE 44 Fastest plug horse onehalf mile heats two best in three 7 50 to the first and 82 50 to thesecond 10 00 FEMALE RIDER 45 Special premium by A R Fojey dealer in general mer chandise Russell Ky nicest female rider 0 6 00 I ROADSTER STALLION 6C 44 Best roftdcUrI stellloa 11 lJ i o r gelding consideration style soundness and pleasant handling 7 50 to the first and 12 50 to the second 1000 PONY RACE 47 Fastest pony fourteen hands or under to be measured by the judges onehalf mile heats two best In the 750 DOUBLE TEAM 48 Best pair of mares or geldings consideration style and pleas ant handling 10 00 MULE RACE 49 Fastest mule onehalf mile heat two best in three 5 00 SPEED RINGS 50 Running race thorough bred onehalf mile heats two best In three five to enter and three to start Entrance fee 71 per cent 25 to first and 815 to the second 40 00 TROT 51 Fastest trotter in Russell or adjoining counties mile heats t vi hest In three live to enter three to start Entrance feed per cent 125 to first and 15 t the second 40 00 TfiI t bAY ThursdayAugust 16 CATTLE 52 Best bull calfunder six months old 2 50 52i Special premium by The Adair County NewsBest calf owned and raised in Rus sell one year old or under 2 50 53 Special premium by J L Darnell proprietor K i m b 1 c Hotel and Feed Stable Kim ble KyBest bull one year old and under two 5 00 54 Best bull any kind two years old and over 5 00 55 Bestcow any kind under two years old 250 56 Best cow any kind two years old and over 6 00 57 Special premium by J H Smith Co dealers in gen eral merchandise and fi n e stock Font Hill KyBest short horn bull any age 5 00 PHAETON PONY 58 Best phaeton pony 141 hands or under 7 50 DRAFT HORSES 59 Best stallion any age 5 00 60 Best mare or gelding any age 5 00 BICYCLE RACE 61 Fastest bicycle rider mile heats two best in tbree 1000 to first and 500 to second 15 00 MODEL RING 62 Handsomest stallion any age 10 00 63 Handsomest mare or gelding any age 10 00 SLOW MULE RACE 64 Slowest mule500 RIDING RING 65 Nicest lady and gentleman riders under 16 years old full premium to lady 5 00 651 Special premium by J W Coffey blacksmith and wood workerHandsomest baby un der one year old 5 00 COLT SHOW 66 Besthorse colt foal of 1900 5 00 67 Best mare colt foal of 1900 5 00 68 Special premium by W L Grady proprietor Gradyville fine stock stables Gradyville Ky Season of 1901 to Jordon Peacock Best mare and colt owned in Russell county 10 00 DOUBLE TEAM 69 Fastest double team regard less of sex or ownership 10 00 FOOT RACE 70 Fastest runner 100 yards 6 00 FAT MAN RIDING RING 71 Special premium by Joe H Gibson Cashier First Nation al Bank Somerset KyBest fat man rider weighing over 200 pounds riders to change horses 500 PLUG HORSE RACE 72 Fastestplug horse mile heats two best in tbree 15 00 SPEED RING 73 Fastest trotter or pacer owned in Russell or adjoining coun- tiesx mile heats two best in three 5 to enter 3 to start Entrance fee 71 per cent 35 to first 15to second 50 00 FOUNT DAY Friday August 18 JACKS 74 Best jack any age 5 00 75 Best jennet any age 5 00 70 Special premium by W L Dowell dealer in fide stock Jamestown KyDest jack two years old and under three 5 00 MULES 77 Best mule 3 years old and over 5 00 78 Best mule two years old and under three 5 00 79 Best mufe one year old and under two 500 80 Best mulecolt foal of 1900 0 5 00 SADDLE HORSES 81 Best stallion tbree years old andover 7 50 82 Best stallion two years old and under three 5 00 83 Best mare or gelding three years old and over 7 50 b4 Special premium by H Cra yeas druggist Columbia Ky Best saddle mare two years old and under three s 5 00 S1i Special greaaluatbyAH r e fir 1 Holt proprietor Commercial Hotel and dealer in general merchandise Jamestown Ky Best saddle mare four years old and over owned in Russell county prior to July 1st 1900 5 00 SWEEPSTAKES SADDLE 85 Best stallion mare or gelding any age 10 00 851 Special premium by Coffey Bros dealers in fancy horses and owners of Kentucky Squir relBest brood mare owned in Russell county season of 1001 to Kentucky Squirrel 10 00 DOUBLE TEAM 86 Best pair mares to be driven 10 00 87 Best pair geldings to be driven 10 00 WORST TURNOUT 88 Ugliest turnout everything considered 5 00 FINEST TURNOUT 89 Handsomest turnout everything considered 10 00 90 Special premium by T G Dil lon representing Stratton S Terstegge wholesale stoves tinware Louisville to the fas test bicycle rider onehalf mile heats two best in three 5 00 DOUBLETEAM 91 Handsomest double team to be driven regardless of sex or ownership 10 00 RUNNING RACE 92 Free for all Fastest runner onehalf mile heats two best in three Entrance fee 71 per ct 5 to enter 3 to start 30 te first 12 50 to second 7 50 to the third 50 00 PARADE OF PREMIUM STOCK 93 Best parade premium stock belonging to one person or firm considerations quality and quantity 1500 to first and 1000 to second 25 00 RESOLUTIONS WHEREAS God in his goodness has seen fit to remove from this life Mrs Hattie Garnett Hurt Resolved 1st That this school has lost one of its most devoted members and a very faithful worker and teach ereHer death brings profound sorrow to our every heart We will greatly miss her cheerful and pleasant greet- Ing her gentle and unassuming man ners and her inspiring voice as she joined in singing the sweet songs of ZIon We will ever cheerish In our memory the many noble traits which adorned her Christian character 2nd That we extend to the mem bers of the family to her husband mother brothers and sister our deepest sympathy in this sad bereavement 3id That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the husband of the deceased the same be entered in the school rec ord and also be furnished to the coun ty papers A HOLLADAY FANNY HOLLADAY VINA ROYCE Committee Glory And Profit It must not be forgotten that there is a certain strength attaching to the Republican partys policy of Empire which must be reconed with as an element of consi losable menace to the vi tal task of holding the Republic true and safe on its firm foundation of freedom and unswerving regard for the rights of all men The policy of Empire appeals with tremendous force to that spirit of con quest and acquisition which is among the more powerful of the ignoble passions of mankind It offers a tempta tion hard to resist There is a phase of glory contained in Itthe glory of dominating new lands and new peoples of crushing the weaker of ad ding to our own by robbing the defenseless of theirs of the waving tf our flag above everwidening possess- Ions of lording it over those whom we have whipped Into arelinquishmentof their rights This is the glory of Em pi re rj IK tc i u pi an of profit in the pol icy of impcrilisui At the point of the bayonet we extend Am rlcan trade Contracts with our syndicates are signed in the blood of our customers by conquest The monopoly trusts of this country will be further enriched by the gaining of new fields of monopoly The people of this country will be Impoverished by the burden of tax ation necessitated by Empires wars for the aggrandizement of the trusts The syndicates will grow ever poorer This is the profit of Empire The Declaration of Independence which is the corner stone of this Re public protests against this verygreed of Empire and lust for gold upon which the Republican party counts for bring ing about the successful betrayal of the Republic It proclaims the im mortal truth of the rights of man It pledges us for all time to uphold those rights We have been faithful to the pledge for more than a hundred years Is the day come to repudiate it and to dishonor ourselves for the spurious gloryaad the spurious profit of Em P1f r rtes t 5 IJ7No 1 etter place can be found than at the above named hotel It is new elegantly furnishM and theta blo I t til times sup Iiatth the best the arcet affords aF Stable in con necti a J 1 PATTERSON Proprietor Universal Woodworker Turning Lathe and Scroll Saw AM NOW PREPARED to do any kind of fancy scroll I and turned work My shop will be at the Columbia Rol ler mill If you want to build a house or repair a porch 1 call on me and get my prices for Columns Banisters Brackets Newel Posts Hand Rails for Stairways y Fvery fancy piece of work needed about a house I build verandas at the lowest figures and furnish the latest designs Call anti see me J G MORRISON r RUSSELLSPRINGSFAIR 4 FOUR D75VS August 14th 15th 16 and 17th 1900 0No one should fail to attend this exhibition as it is one of the best Fairs in the State The premium list is C LIS6R7 L 0and sharp competition may be expected The manage mont has beenassured many more FINE HORSES this season and this feature of the Fair will be especially interest- ingSRLeNDID B7ND 1 ofmusicians and a good time is guaranteed to everybody who may attend 3 THE GROUNDS have been put in excellent shape and every thing has been done to accommodate the vast crowd Premium list will be out in a few days Remember the dates Au gust 14four days A P SIMPSONPress S A SIMPSON Sec yn Fifth Avenue Hotel PIKE CAMPBELL MANAGER MOST CENTRALLY LOCATED AND BEST CON I DUCTED 200 HOTEL IN TIlE CITY LOCATED NEAR THE THEATRES CHURCHES AND WHOLE J 1 ALE HOUSES OF TIlE CITY I LOUI8Y1JEs KENTUCKY BUY THE EMPIRE 1D1ILkJi IS THE BEST Otf Oft THE faA IHT I say this with the full knowledge of other drills It has a force fertilizer feed and I can furnish you either the Disc Hoe or Shoe Drill that will feed from three pecks to three bushels per acre It is easily adjusted and any J one can operate it X can also you furnish the best brands of FERTILIZERS kmonds for for sale Call andsonns W R Jeffries Son J jyrr + eP t