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I I i5 U T THE ADOOUNTY NEWS VOLUME 4 COLUMBIA AoJAUa OOUMTI KEN UOKYt WEDNESDAY JANUAKY 16 1901 NUMBER 10 POSTUFPIOB UiECTOIilr J if guuell Postmaster Office houn weeiidaysTOOa m to 880 pm COURT DIRECTORY piMDiTOocTtiree efliloni a yerThIrd- Mon4ayln1an 7 third Monday In Hay a ad third Yondsy In September Circuit Jndee WW Jones Oommunwetlth AttorneyH H W Aaron hcrUrl W Hurt OkrkJnoBCoffey Counrr CccMFlnt Monday in each mouth w Butler JrCountyClerkT B Stulto Jalltr8 H Mitchell A essorG ABradshaw SorreyprR T McCaffrec Sphool BapU W Jones Qoroner fcconard Fletcher 0IV GoroTKegnlarpQurt second Monday In ach month jdge J W Atklna orney Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PBE8BVTEKIAN- BoBHTiLiJi si TBeT T F Walton pastor Serrle i second and fourth Snndaji Sundayac- boolat9aedeadaySabbath m evcI y night BtiBMVIiXH STMHTReY W P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST K W Barnettu o8Ti wBeT Wtoi Services third Sunday beach month Sabbath at L m PrIrrrIrRp1tol every ghtLpnI1sTIAN PntB EMer L William Pastor Services First Sunday In each njonth Sundayschool every Sabbath at atJII Prayer meeting Wednesday nig- htWBUi S MASONIC No P and MReguI tar In their hall over bank on Fri eachmonthTE Secj B No7 meets first Monday night In each month J E H P vs J Secretary fJ fens WEDDLEMAN4na- WMARKErSTLDUlSVILLEICVi Also Dealer In FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRANDS Remember the place 408 West Market Hancock Hot l BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop o SSTTbe above Hotel has been re 3tied repainted and is for tbp ppnfprtable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Bates reasonable good sample room Feed stable at hed OOMMBROIL HUlilL JAMESTOWN KT f 4HOLT L VAUGHAN Proprietors 0above named hotel wai recently ltand has had u Sue run from the start Mr anSwith the very best the market affords Th proprietors are attentive and very polite to Good a rooms and the buiding f onvenienttothe business houses Pint claa livery attached to the huteL Terms very reasonable Lebann Steal Lanndry LEBANON KY 0n THOROUGHLY equipped modern Jl laundry plant conducted by exile r lenced workmen and doing as high grade work as can be turned out anyplace in the country Patronize a home Institution Work of Adai Russell Taplpr und Green solicile- IG W JOHNSTON GO Pro REED s 6 MILLER Agents r Columbia Keittucl y quicktyearedJtiKous People They arouse the Torp sprk off the JBiLE cvro KiSi dnOno a doSe Bold by ra inPORTANT DATES To Rsmember in the Year Just Ead edAn Eventful One Is Ken tucky STARTLING OCCURRENCES IN 1900 ComrJsrJomrnil JAUUXRY 1 State Senator Barrel exposes the Whallen bribery scandal In Senate caucus New Republican State offl clals take charge at Frankfort 2 J C S Blackburn nominated for United States Senator by Democrats caucus General Assembly organizes South Trimble being elected Speaker of House and William Goebel as Pres ident pro tem of the Senate Goebel and Beckham servo notices of eonteJon Taylor and MarsbaliJ5 Gubernatorial Contest Committee organize for work 6 Mortgages for 5000000 tiled In Kentucky counties on property of Kentucky Pistillerjes and Warehouse Company 8 Bx GoY Bradley nominated by Republicans for United States Sena tor 10 J C S Blackburn elected to secceed William Lindsay as United States Senator 15 John H Wllallen indicted for conspiring to bribe Senator S B ITar rd 16 ExCongressman David G Cojsqn shoots and kills thelbert cgtt phas Julian and T W Demaree in the by of the Capital Hotel at Frankfurt Democrats of Legislature give banquet to W f Bryan and Senatorelect Blackbrq 11 Joy Taylor pardons mountain eers arrested at Frankfort for carry- Ing pistols 18 Kentucky and Indiana Bridg- sold for 700000 20 ExCongressman Colson Indicted for killing Ethelbert Scott and Lu ther Deinaree 24 Republican soldiers start for Frankfprt from hp jnpgntejpg- 2q 4rmeg m9h pf 100 mountain eers arrive at Frankfort to help Re publican contcstces 29 Senator W J Deboe and otb Republican offlcjals flfifl ieA ders leave Frankfort unexpectedly 30 Senator Willjqgi Goebel con tcstaqt fOf the office of Governor shot from the Btate Executive BnildIB while wanting to the Senate chamber Acting Governor Taylor calls out the State Guard surrounds the Executive e Building and prevents a search for the assassins 31 General Assembly in session the Capital Hotel declares Willia lakejwhile lying on his deathbed Gov Goebel issues a proc lamation to disperse tbe soldiers and mob Usurper Taylor orders the General Assembly to adjourn and meet in London Ky on February Soldiers prevent Legislature from assembling in Legislative balls Gov Goebels condition is worse JJSBBUAKY 2 General Assembly as a clincher again meets and declared Goebel and Bcckbam to have been elected Judge Cantrill grants an injunction to re strain Taylor from Inturferrlng with the Legislature but Taylor ignores der of court 3 Gov Goebel dies at 6 45 p m J C W Reckbam sworn in to succeed Goebel as Governor reemains at Covlngton where 100000 people attend slump Legislature as sembles a t London 8 Twentyfive thousand people at tend Gov Goebels funeral at Frankfort Regular General Assembly be gins holding its session in Louisville 10 Taylor orders the rump Legisla lature to return to Frankfort 11 Rump Legislature leaves Lon t don 12 Bullet that killed Goebel found in a hackberry tree in Statehousuyard Taftdecidesfr or the Democrats in the Republican con test cases 14 ifJoth Taylor and Tteckham seek injunctions In their efforts to control at Frankfort 15 Republicans appeal to United Slates Supreme Court from Judge riTats decision State Board of Eec tlOn Omiil jon tBeiID trial bf uil lt our con test cases 19 General Assembly meets in Frankfort for first time since the as sassination of Gov Goebel 90 General Assembly ratifies ita ac ion to iho seating of Goebel ana Beckham 26 State Contest Board decides that Democratic contestants are enti tied to the minor State offices and all are sworn in 28 General Assembly passes bill providing for 100000 reward for Coe bets murderers iiAJicn MeChord Railroad Bill passes the General Assembly 9 r arrest WarrantslssuedatFranltfortfoPowers ohn Ia Powers W H Colton as- ohn d Davis charged with being accessories to the murder of William Goe bel 13 General Assembly adjourns sine die 18 Wharton Golden makes his confession In the Goebel assassination case 22 Gov Beckham calls malitia to Frankfort to protect the court during the examining trials of Goebels al leged assassins AIItIL q Goy Beckjaigs jtlp cpngrjne by the pouft of Appeals 17 Franklin ppqnty grand jury finds Indlptnients against Fipley Tny firre others for complicity Jp the murder of William Joebel Trial at David G Colspn pharged wjth tnp murder Etbeldert pptt at Frankfort 21 Col D G Colson cleared of the charge of manslaughter 25 Kentucky populists declare in Prosedent MAY 1 Change of venue granted the J3qebe mufderprs by judgp FBPtI1l 8 RileJef1 AllIdefei5 of 4Ptbe1 re moved to Georgetownstun 11 Endeavor Con ceotion at Versailles Conventionr at 21 Supreme Court of Unted Stabesby depides that J C19 Beckham is the legal Governor of Kentucky Militia Squares24 Annual Confederation of Kentucky Federation of Womens Clubs at Covingtou Confederate Reunion in Louis villo JUNK 5 Edward C ORcar nominated for Appellate Judge by Republicans at Mt Sterlingc7 W S Taylor declines to become a candidate for Governor of Kentucky 12 Kentucky and Indiana bound ry argued before Court of Appeals 13 Gov Mount refuses to honor requisition fr William S Taylor State buildings and records turned over to Democrats by the Republicans Judge Ilazelrigg renders a decision in Marion county railroad cases 14 Democratic State Connenti selects delegates for Democratic National COn rentiop Osteopathy recognized by the Court of Appeals Rev W K Pin er assaulted by James D Ware at Hop kinsville JULY 10 Democratic Congressional Con vention of the Seventh district con venes at Paris 11 Trial of Caleb Powers begun at Georgetown Illinois Central train robbed near Wickliffe 16 Injunction against operation of McCbord railroad law granted by Judge Evans 17 Republican State Convention held atLouisvllle and John W Yerkes nominated for Goffrnor 19 Democratic State Convention met at Lexington and J 9iWBerk ham nominated for Gpverpor 23 Kentucky Press Assopiation tneets In fcouisviljt 27 Bloomfield branch railroad or ganized AUGUST 1 Populist State Convention meets in Louisville and nominates lN Car din fur Governor jCtetirge TMiitirn Waver ctiJd d J f perjury in the case of State vs Caleb Powers 5 Vacancies In the Legislature illed by Jp laIelcLlons County Clerk Claude Cbinn of rPayette county accused of being short in his accounts 7 Jesse L Durham confesses to the murder of Mrs Anna Bruntor of Meade county Bloomfield branch railroad begins operations 15 Special BCb8ion of the Legisla lature called by Guy Beckbam 18 Caleb Powers found guilty pf conspiracy to murder William Goebel and sentenced to life imprisonment 21 State Convention of Prohibit lonists held in Louisville and Hon J D White nominated for Governor 22 George Franklin Weaver ar rested on charge of perjury In Caleb Powers case South Trimble declared Democratic nominee for Congress In Seventh District 28 Extra session of Legislature conI versus at Frankfort SEPTEMBER 3 GOT Beckham opens Democratic State Campaign at Henderson John Yerkes opens Republican campaign at Bowling Green 4 Ten eleptipn law bills introduced in the Legislature at Frankfort Qov Bcckhnm speaks at Lcitch field 14 James Howard placed on trial at TranJ fort for cfjnspiracy to murder William Goebel Beckham speaks at Bowling Gwen Loulofs 18 Two election law bills submitted by House Committee at Frankfort 19 House election bill reported fav orably 20 Berry followers in the Sixt Congressional District make charge- agttgst J N NcBtoFcri2l emorj10 Confederate sot dicks unveiled at Owensr jfO yaIes spoke at Covington 24 Dr Hugh McCullough kills George Owen at Louisville Ken tucky Methodist Conference meets at Nicholasville 25 Congressional campaign opened Democrats in Fifth district Lewis McQuown speaks at Brandenburg re viewing con test cases for governorship 26 James Howard found guilty killing William Goebel and ofI to hang Judge Cantrill decides Seuth Trimble is the legal Democratic nominee fur Congress in the Seventh district 27 Lower house at Frankfort pass es House Election Bill No 19 28 Gov Beckbam speaks at Owen ton Brown Democrats open tbelr- campaignat Auditorum 29 Judge W F Hall nominated fo Appellate Judge by the Democrats of Seventh Appellate district OCTOBEn 1 Gov Beckbam speaks at New Castle 5 Henry Youtsey placed on trial for the murder of William Goebel 8 Bryan speaks in Louisville aont 9 House Bill No 19 passed oy bot houses at Frankfort 13 GovBeckham speaks at Bardi town Theodore Roosevelt speaks a the Auditorum 16 House Election Bill No 19 come a law 20 J M McKnjgbt found guilty in Federal Court at Louisville 22 Extra sessiun of Legislature ad journs 24 Guy Beckbam signs new elec tion law 28 Death of exAlderman J Uickel of Louisville NOVEMBER 2 Terry McGvern defeats Joe Bernstein in the ifeeveutU round i Louisville Electloii day Bcckbam wins and Bryan carriestheSLate 9 Republicans announce that BeckhamV election will nut be con tested 13 P Booker Reed elected rresl dent Loujs t iileSBoard of Ajfjtnan 15 l JkY1 populatton adnounc ed to be 2137174 sod Loulsvllles204 73L j ilsijovery list ifatlk Bfowa FURNITURE FURNITURE ij l9 i33EfrfdFEE Efre Bedsteads Springs and Mattresses Dressers Washstands Wardrobes Kitchen Safes Extension Tables Desks Chairs and Rockers as 61169P as flnU Point south Ol Me OHIO River Come soon and get choice of assortment at Bargain Prices COLUMBIA FURNITURE CO Up Stairs over WILLIS BROS Store had robbed the German Nations Bank of Newport of 8200000 21 Wedding of Miss Jean Raphael Fuqua and Gov J C W Beckham a Owcnsboro 22 State Board of Railroad Com missioners increase the railroad assess w ants 6000000 23 Coroner H M McCullough ac quitted of charge of murder in Louis DECEMBER 11 Inauguration of Gov Beckham 13 Death of lion Pryor J Force at Sbelhyville 14 John W Yerkes appointed Com missioner of Internal Revenue 21 State Board of Health quanta tines Greeuup county on account prevalence of smallpox there 26 Death of ex Alderman James C Gilbert of Louisville 27 Judge James E Cantrlll of Georgetown announces his candidacy for the United States Senate conItlnentlalmery in Louisville Argument closed in IrvinBotto will contest iarlnersThe man who paySy man are some things he does not let his busy ill e prevent attending to He is never too busy to keep up with his work The way he accomplishes so much is to have everything in sea son He is never busy to plan out his work days weeks arid mouths ahead He finds time to keep up with mod ern methods and discoveries and is deep student of those scicnccs which apply to his business lie finds time to attend incoUnu of farmers Hiid list n lu the papers discussions and kTluivs ivui ftr u bemlit lie finds tiuu to ilirml lit piiiHry calllc und hors Ihllws ami loial Llt and expositions winre iiuncullral aud kindred vocations arc given aliuntion lie is nevrr too busy IUMU that h Is stock is rightly treated Ills Inures are carefully groomed after he days rwork and his huts and cows are ncy crof without an abundance o pure fresb never too busy to take care his farm machinery as soon as through using it for the season paiutiugatid oiling all exposed parts He finds time fur repairing all ll farm buildings as soon as they need it and never neglects needed repairs He finds time to cut all the weeds the fence corners aud other nooks throadj bordering his farm to grow weed Ana rIpen seeds to seed his farm He time to work his garden tchTtivate his orchard and tare for th shrubs and trees about his farm upiifa neat little lawn with choice beds flowers and ornamental shrubbery He is not a slave to the soil but fiiids time to mix with society and do his duty in social politicafaidrelit Jbus affairs lie Is never so busy but he cant spend a few minutes dressing up before going Into town or lu a neighbor He knows nothing is lust by dressing as a gentleman He finds time for a little Yacati occasionally Hith his faithful wifefor hisattention to details has made his farm paying institution and he can afford It In his old age he has time to re frowl tilsTabors und eujiy the satlsfac HonOJf knowing that he has earn till reward and its been a bandit t his fellow man by the lesson his farm has been to his neighbors J L I in Journal of Agriculture the Tw ce iwr ek CburJerJournal atfd Adatr Oiunfy iwS31 O per fir Congressman G G Gilbert is to be annoyed with another contest for his seat made with no idea of getting it- t from him even by the might roakes rlghtmethods of the republicanajor ity in Congress but fur the 2000 or the 3000 allowed in such cases to the contestant whether he wins or not Dr John Mason Williams who would not have known what to do with him self had he been elected to Congress has served notice on Mr Gilbert of a contest upon the same grounds that Davison waged and which were thought so flimsy by the committee that it never even made a report The claim is that Jackson county was illegally cut from the district by the Leg- Islature between the regular rcdistric iion periods But such a thing Is so common by Republican Legislatures that Congress did not dare disturb the question Too many Rcpublcau seats would have been vacated hal the decision been In D visous favor so the matter was permitted to sleep and is still sleeping in the committee t tat is too cowardly lo PPp7ttiinst a publicanLXlo n DeI1Mcrat l S aTE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY f ss FRANK J CHENEY makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J CHENEY S Co doing business in the City of Toledo county and State afore said and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of CATAUBU that cannot he wired by the use of fALLS CATAKUH CUKK FCANKJ CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my pruseucK this 0 h day of De- ccmber A D A W GLEASON i SEAL f Notary Public Sad Reminder of the Galveston Flood 1A touching and pathetic scene was enacted in the biisinis office of tbe Post yesterday afternoon A gentle raman came into tho spice and stated that he had just rut tirupd from Rio Janeiro in South America and that he left his family at Gal vcston some time before the great storm came In Sep tembcr He feared that they or some them had perished in the storm and asked to be allowed to look over thofe a f or the storm The andd an to run over tin lists evident foxlesearched would not be found among those of the dead If such however was his hopu he was doomed 0to a distressful disappointment for he bhee osf fumll11I1ho list of the dead As soon he found that they had dleaster pour fellow broke down com pletclyaiifl leaning against the wall anofa hearted husband and father The mans name Is ONeill and he is a fisherman by rn cupatlon Houston IV t The Farmers Home Fire Insurance Company Junction City Ky 200000 strong Insures all kinds lit property except steam mills hemp and tobacco Rates reasonable Insures against Fire Lightning and Wind Z M STAPLES County Director AgetiLonELLS wavy years with the Continental General Manager SehiorSte wart of Nevada Mini a command a big price if hu hired him sleft out to play Santa Claus at Suuday School enternalnnieuUs Dress him up ncpipe In his mouth and you have Old Nick bl1uotM Lastsession a boy who happened tube lu the galley when the Senator entered the chamber set up a terrific howl His mother tried to hush him but ho shrilly shouted JWnnc wants Kanti Craiis it 1 B0 YQGWrIT + Blacksmiths of AND WOOdWOrker Columbia Ky I amprepared to do all kinds tt yepairingor Farm Implements remtmbtr ne buggytires eatlafactionNewly Furnished Ataeri iPlaa1t6 lIlay ic osfers 3otclf MEALS 25e 523 W Market SL LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER Her Wllmore HotelW- MwrLMOBBProp Qradyville Kentucky rTHERE 1 isno better place to atelGood hotelSample Yeedstable GORDON MONTGOMERY t lm yo t LwCOLUMBIA KY adloinincountiesiBTOfflce up stairs over Pawls drugstore hDR M 0 SALLEE 4 DEItTIST q Careful attention given to r p ryanddental OF iCEOver C Iy HunterCOIUMBIAKY FRANK M BALLENGF t WITH RoDinscnNononS Go WHOESALE Dry Goods Notions Etc LOUISVILLE KY SHEET IRON STOVE AND Tin Ware Manufactured BY sorIy NOT PRICE LIST AIR TIGHT STOVES r riIn iIn JJ2GCommon Drum Stove int2i 3211ne In Stove Pipes lii In JeIn bin T Elbows 5X8Inuuuuu tf YETINERY SDRGEOil fiitulo PoUeTU Splints Spavin or uy snr glcal work done dt fair prices GUABAN1 SATISFACTION I am Sxed to take tansock CRENSHAVl RESTAURAN lJAMBSBBUo rroprleforKy ThiS stand Is located near the fir not and meals are furnished at iiI hours at 25 cents per meal TJiO be atab lp the country attbrtfd El tfanf slttTnSr Yoomlfotlidi i r r z Till ADAIR O1IIY NEWS v Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair ounty News o IMCOXtFORATCD CIXA8 8 HARRIS Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the Inter ests of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties SBntered at the Columbia Postofflce as second class mail matter SUBSCRIPT If RATES ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS STRICTLY IN AivANOn WVBRTJSING RATES LoCI otices ten cents per nee for first sertion andiflre cents perline for each subset Clued insertionDISPLAYADS pace Wk1z Mo Salo 6370 I Yr 1IDch f rite 200 35003Inches125 lii iS iS iS SS l4 is Col 140 There will be no departure from these rates juider any circumstances WEDNESDAY JAN 16 Congress is now acting but there will be a reaction later on John G Fee rioted abolitIOn- ist and founder of Berea College is dead The first issue of Mr Bryan paper will appear Wednesday Jan uary28 It is stated that Hon David B Hill of New York is an avowed candidate for the Presidency 1904 S D Stokes who shot und kill ed Rev J J Whol at William- sonr W Va has been indicted fo murderV President McKinley was quite sickseveral days of last week confined to his bed He is no much better The Indiana Legislature want- to raise the Governors salary from 5000 to 8000 per year The Mount should have been advanced before the election I Last ttnrdlyRepresentative Boreing spoko in favor of an amendment he will offer for an appropriation of 100000 for the 1upper Cumberland river r James Denton the Somerset lawyer knocked the persimmon The President has soordered that tho aforesaid shall be Collector of Internal Revenue for the 8th Ken tucky district Gen JohnB Gordon announces hat the next meeting of the Uni 3d Confederate Veterans will beheld in Memphis Tenn beginning ray 28 and will continue threeI I iys From the reading of the last le of the Burksville Herald we c nclnde that Cumberland county s slightly in favor of sending the iext Representative from this Leg islative district- Frank James the noted bandit is a candidate for a position before the Missouri Legislature The so lns of that State have no idea of ringing disgrace upon their heads by electing such a man Congress has uncanteened the army as it were No liquor nor beer shall interfere though con gressmen drink as they please Thus closes this episode and the country should be at ease The authorities at Louisville are vetting after the gambles with hot stick and are determined to i breakup the dens in that city An ordinance has also been passed closing all immoral Sundaythe titers Mr Fulton Gordon who figured inn domestic tragedy in the city of Louisville a few years agotill ing his wife and Arch Brown son of John Young Brown wasmam ed in Cincinnati last week1 to Miss BlancheManday of Idlewild 0 The mother of Gordons first wife ihwa a native of Columbia a t whoRas rII yr r jTheodore Hallam hoe been dis the pnTctice of law in tlfc Kenton Circuit Court When a lawyer denounces the courts as he has done we believe disbarment is the proper medicine IJudge Jas H Hazelrigg has re tired from the Court of Appeals Judge Thomas H Paynter be iviines Chief Justice He will hold one year and then give way to Judge Guffey who will also serve ra year Dr John Mason Williams the defeated Republican candidate fo Congress in the Eighth district and contestant for Mr Gilberts scat was knocked down Saturday Hoboaiel Louisville by Curtis Deanng The Peoples National Bank a Livingston Tenn was entered last Thursday and the safe blown open It is not known the amount of money secured The bank of ficers of Columbia were notified to be on their guard The Democratic electors for the State of Kentucky met in the office of the Secretary of State Frankfort last Monday The vote of the Scats was certified to Bryan and Mr Robert Offutt of Louis villa is to bear the message to Washington Mr John S Carpenter a prom inent citizen of Louisville broth or of James S Carpenter General Agent of the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company died last yearssHe was a native of Bardstown but had lived in Louisville over fifty years ILast Friday Mr John G Car consideren d the strongest argument before the Supreme Court in the Porto Rico cases Mr Carlisle appeared for the plaintiff to recover taxes paid rthis government He argured that the Island was a part of the United States and became so under the ratification treaty 63wknocked out the committee Reap portionment bill and passed the momsbers to the House making the total membership after March 3 1908 880 the additional members being apportioned to 18 States on a ra tio of 194182 of population for each Representative Gov Beckham signed Judge J H Tinsleys certificate of election last week and that gentleman was sworn in as Circuit Judge of the TwentySeventh district Some attorneys took the position that as Gov Beckham failed to issue a call for the election it was not gal The Governor decided that the point was not well taken Judge James Denton of Somer set has been nominated by the President for Collector o f the Eight district The Senate will confirm the nomination and Judge Denton will enter at once upon the duties of the office He is a gentleman who stands high with his party and it is generally don ceded that he will make a good officer Senator Teller presented a petition to Congress last week for the Independence of the Filipinos signed by 2000 of the peaceful in habitants of the islands including lawyers bankers and professional men It was a strong appealand recited the many grievances but Hawley of Connecticut declared it a treasonable denunciation of our Government The Filipinos need a Lafayette the United States a Pitt There is no excuse for the Marion county man who took the car bolic acid route last week He re sided near Lebanon a town that has twelve or fifteen saloons and distilleries are dotted all over the county hence liquor is bound to be a familiar commodity If the mistake had occurred in Adairtcounty where drinkers have stitute Hbstetters bitters red ink and every other kind of nostrum there might havebeen some reason for the mistake Solicitor General Richards made an open slur at exPresident Harrison in his argument before the Supreme Court last week on the cases involving the constitutional ity of Mr McKinley Colonial policjy that disgugt tawny jser t i sons Mr Harrison is t a private citizen who has held the highest position within the gift of the American people and is entitled to respect and it certainly was not respectful for Mr Richards to re fer to Mr Harrisons recently exI pressed opinion in opposition the McKinley policy in such tan guage as a distinguished lawyer and statesman affects to belibve etc It was a gratuitous insult toI Mr Harrison which shows how resentful the McKinleyites are to ward members of their own party who dare to oppose their imperial- policy It is not probable that Mr Richards acted without the ap proval of his superiors in office Attorney General Griggs and Mr MoKinley At a meeting of the officers oft the Louisville k Nashville Rail road held in New York last wetk a dividend of 2t per cent was de oared out of the earnings for the past six months putting the etock on a five per cent basis While much of the stock of the Louis villedc Nashville is owned abroad a great deal is held in Kentucky especially in the city of Louisville and the earnings of the road is very gratifying to the stockhold ers They have always held that under the management of Mr Milton H Smith their investments were in safe hands and the rise in stock proves that their faith was well founded Mr Smiths subordinates are all accu rate business men and no road is conducted in a more gratifying manner Mr J H Ringgold who is chief clerk at Louisville office has been with the company for many years and is one among the corporations trusted men Some years ago he visited Columbia and spent several days with relatives and is kindly remembered b some of our citizens Smallpox exists at Somerset CREELSBORO There is a high tide in Cumber land river and boats are making regular trips J A Chapman Glensfork was here last week seeing after his Ada Chapman of Glens fork was visiting her cousin Mrs E A Rabon last week Miss Emma Dunbar Horse Shoe Bottom as visiting her sis teriulaw Mrs M B Dunbar Mrs J S Potts Irish Bottom was here last week visiting Mrs HigginbottdmProf is teaching music at this place Eld Z T Williams Trill preach for us Sunday and Sunday night We are glad to state Bro Wit Hams will preach for us this year The above letter contained some other items which had been put in typeEd PELLYTON John Coffey was in Columbia last week Sheriff Hurt of Columbia was here last Thursday Mr Wm Pelly who lived near here died of typhoid fever last week He leaVes a wife and sev eralchildren to mourn his loss Miss Mattie Coy is visiting here this week Charles Coffey entered School at Columbia Monday MrJ BVPelly returned from Columbia Tuesday Mr Dock Hardin and wife of Watson attended the Zerbaugh Pelly weddiugjLast Wednesday evening at oclookMr P H Zerebaugh was married to Miss Susie Pelly at the home of the bride Eld John Rice of Watson officiating Mr Zer bough is a fine business man and has many noble traits of cbarac terMiss Pelly is the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mr IH Pelly and will be missed very much by the young societY people and Mrs Zerbaugh leaves week for Indiana their future home f3fowuto Atoms The old idea tti t tie body some times needs a powerful dr stj purgi tlve pill has ben exploded for Df Kings New Life Pills wnkh arper tectly harmless gtmtJystlmuJatellverS and bowels to expel potsoiious matter cleanse e systetn and abiioluiely curs ConsUpatlon and Sick IIeadacbeOflty 23cit1l Laiill tMr Mcit 7 to S l t rte dntfdnlms iiiilitrWe have purchased the stock of it i Staple j Fancy Groceries QUEENSWARE fIND HftRDWARE from WILLIS BROS and will constantly on hand all kinds of + 11 Fresh Groceries i calliWhen In need of any thing in our line us a JKemp 9 Youngi Jradyuille 7 Jli b School GRADYVILLE KY JOaN W FLxOMEJRS Principal MISS l1UIJg AitliEtf Assistant Spring Term Opens Januarp 7 continues 5 Months Thorough courses of study will be given in common and high school branches of study Special attention Exgcellent board can be had in the best of families at 150 per Week or 1 from Monday to AddressYJOHN W FLOWERS Gradyville IIentnKentuckyARRLT LIVE T Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stool Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 84 554 7- 5Lightsnipping 4 25150 Best butchers 3 654 25 Pair to good hutchers 3 253 75 Common to medium btchr 3 003 35 Hoas Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 lbs 535 Fate to good packing 160 to 2001bs 530 Good to extra light 120 to 160 ftsl 5 20 sHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 753 00 Fair to good 2 502 75 Common to medium 2 0032 50 Thousands Sent Into Exile Every year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate But this is costfy and not always sure Dont belln exile when Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will cure you at home Its the most infalliole medicine fur Coughs Colds and all Throatand Lung diseases on earth Tbe first dose brings relief Astounding cures result from persistent use Trial Lotties free at T E Paulls Price 5oc and 100 Ev cry bottle guaranteed I will begin a Jevival at Concord Thursday night January 17 I have the promise of Rev F V Harwobd as helper Come and jKear him lie will do soopreach that will du you good- J A JOHNSON Pastor Born to the w COLEI Bailey Jan 91900 a daughter A Deen Mystery It is a mystery why women endure Backache heartache Kervousness Sleeplesne s M ancuoly Faintiug DIzzy Spells wlmu ihuuNHiidshave proved that Electric Hitters will quick ly cure Mich troubles hI suffered tor years with kidney trouble writes Mrs Puebe Chirley of Pctehuivla and a layju j icjk aiued mow I could not dress myself Lilt Eieclru L hers bully turcd m tril alUiuugb 7- 3granuhla unw am able LocJoaiHtny hous work It overcomes Coostipa tiolJ1luipruves it rWt iteeglrecrperfect health 01Hl atrTE uliv rlJf re lietMtMb and dizzim art quit 1y eared UyMerleys Little Liver Pjltew SHiMuPufle TjJirpQetke Torpid wtrk a u Curt CoMMUtg Or1z31 Otti field by 7 o 1J t PARSON MOSS CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order We have been In the business for 25 years and know bow to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We wIn take country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill CO Sore and swollen joints sharp shoot log torturing muscles no rest no sleep That means rheumatism It Is a stubborn disease to fight but Chamberlains Pain Balm has conquer ed it thousands of times It will do so whenever the opportunity is offered Try it One application relieves the pain Sold by M Cravens J tiLOIUOU5 C TIN1R1 i4ve you watched its marveo growth If not The Weekly B juirer wants to study the strides it b made The first census of the Unite States was taken in 1810 Since titer every succeeding ten years The re sult has been as follows Year Population Year Population 18107239881 1880 3144332 1820 9633822 1870 38JS8371 1830 12888020 1880 50155753 1840w 17039453 1880 62622250 1850 23191878 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the population of the United States excluding recent acquisitions The result is usuaUyI yearTHEto engage all in a study of their com try To this end it will distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solu tions received of the population of the United States Census as follows resairod5300000Toth Tots third 75000 Touwfeirth 50000 ToUit moo 25000 Tottotuth 20000 the 5000 the next UHutiK 100000 tb aext50 059 250000 tie iilOOaMk986aMut9 250000 TotktMzt500uihflOa iutiKfo 500000 1 ea6h6kaMmlJBfta 7650COt 2197 cash presents amounting to 2500000 In case of a tie money aequally die vided Every guess on the above proposi tion must be accompanied by a years subscription the WEEKLY ESQOIREU You can guess as often as you care toipclose subscription price to tbf WFERLYEHQUIRER Tlifs contest will close a month before the ireaplt of the chnmswill be known and officially certified by the Director vthc United States Census ton D jJ ol1 rice for he WEEKLY EsrpujRE including gttessisonlX 1cleveiiguI1lERJSeClnclapet Ohio Stl iY tUSSELtIi S1 ICsS t10TE lKIMBLE KY eo Is now open for the traveling public the year round It is a large commodious building as the picture in jlcates and is run firstclass in every particular 4Qc VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro The Second Session x THETMALE FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL COfiMENCEeTuesday January 1st 1901 and Closes May 17th E Teachers Experienced and- Satisfaction Guaranteed Do not put if tring till lute in the spring but bo ready the first day Board and tuition reasonable Send for catalogue A H BALLARD Prin Columbia Ky 5reensburg Bcafcemy 5reen0lnirg 12 jacultv 0GEO W PECK B S Principal Charge of Teachers Course Arithmetic Algebra and Science REV THEODORE HUNTER D ll flr Latin Greek German General History and Rhetoric PROF EUGENE HUBBAED- Hjstory Arithmetic Physiology and Geography MRS GEO W PECK PrimaryVMISS PEARL JONES Piano and Organ Spring term opens January 7 1001 to continue flue months All grades included Special pains taken in fitting teachers for examination Tuition reasonable Good board in private families from 200 to 300 per week Building roomy convenient and comfortable Fine piano and organ la the building Write for catalogue Address all communications to GEO W PECKGF2EENSBWRC KY W TSTEPHENS1 DEALER IN Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes I aso keep a large stock o- fCLOTHINGwhich can be bought at the very lowest prices I have a nice line of MILLINERY on lianas ELKHORN KENTUCKY R KUBEL T n Jttl1Ef U13Elt 13 OTJ1VSuccessors to Falls Buggy Top r Manufacturers of and Dealers In all kinds of =Vehicles Buggy Tops and CUSHIONS 1 Write For Catalogue Ii NO 142 East Hain St LOUISVILLE kY t Q if A J R D Eey PROPRIETORS OP THE r Lebanon Marble f Workz7 it LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and r irfri f dealers in all kinds of MARBLE ANDRANrrE IIIPRr 5 LOW VVORKGUARANT EE Special attention given to cemetery worzijtfrontsWMF JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia il1 JO t GT BLACKLEY D B iFlLUnur eFDDfeBDL lildepondont Tobacco W reboPiI BLACKLEY IIpRST CO AUCTJOTSAL1 Q 4sr r l BNSFMFP JJADE to 1125W Main St LOUISVXLLEty r F1ti1rDlouUtS Fr4o Storage t 1 IJAIIlti hit Dm oul T t I t t 1 t I ii r PERSONAL MENTION Mr Cook Jeffries Is lying dangerously ill Mr W R Lyon was in Columbia SaturdayMr D Jones was in Russell coup ty last week Mr C S Barris Is on a business trip to Virginia Mr S H Mitchell has been quite sick lor several days Mr R M Cheek Burksvllle wash Columbia Monday Mr K Faulkner of Illinois is visiting relatives in Adair MissEmily Grissom will start to Tex as in a few days Mr Jerome Wilkinson of Liberty was in town last Friday Mr J O Russell was in Louisville last week purchasing goods Rev W P Gordon was visiting at Summer Shade last week Mr J H Judd visited his children at this place last Sunday George McLean has been sick with the Grippe for the past week Mr W W Wagoner now resides with his son Mr N B Wagoner in this town Mr Creed Haskins the wellknown shoe man was In Columbia yesterday Mr H K Humphery leading drug gest of Liberty was on the sick list last K T McCaff ree and daughter spent last Tuesday at Mr John Con F M Frazer and family are pected to arrive from Middlesborough tonight Mr H P Young assistant cashier of the Bank of Leberty was quite sick last week Mr Henry Barker of Chicago Ill Is visiting his brother Mr W S Barker this city- Messrs L F Holladay and Robt Ep person Montpelier were in Columbia last MondayIMiss Florence Hall returned from Burksville last Sunday accompanied by Mr Strange Mr Holland Simpson and his sisterc Miss Lyda were visiting here the first of the week Mrs J AJohnston Lebanon sister of Mr W S Barker was visiting in Columbia last week Mr Jo Sparks who has been spendJ a few weeks in Louisville returned Columbia last Friday Mr T K Powell and wife will leave for Montana in a few days Mr Powell goes in quest of health daughterWrsHvisiting Adair County last week Miss Motile Thomas of Milltown left for Lewisvllle Texas yesterday She will be absent several monthsW Mr John H Payne Russell county who has been in Louisville severalA weeks reached Columbia last Monday Mr Scott Walker who has been liv icgln Texas for the past five years will visit his father brother and sisters in a few days Mr W C Grider Mrs Jas Grider and Mr W G Leach all ofEsto were in Columbia Momday enroute for Wy lie TexasIMessrs J W Walker and R F Wal two of Adair Countys 1bestpoung men left for Witchata texas yesterday Mont White who Is In the Phil Iipplae islands has been in the bosplt able since August Ife writes that he is flop seriously ill Mrs Rachel Montgomery mother of Eifl J Q Mqntijomery is lying very sick at Ky Mrs Mpntgomery formerly resjded in Acjalr county Mrs G p Jones Jamestown wh has oeep yips ip a critical coudi tifig for several weeks is much better rTii erductpr thins she will get upISir JohitfJ Woe wfep hag beep vis jtfng his 4ld Adair county friends left for his home Memphis Texas yester day Before leaving he subscribed forte sews Bey Sbiye of Campbillaville ho is assisting Bey T F Walton In a tier jes of meetings now in progress at the Presbyterian church arrived Monday at noon and preached his first sermon Monday nigh- tLOCAL JOTTINGS A large crowd will he in Columbia next Monday The grand jury will be in session IIPXLI MondaycGreen river was past fording several days of last week The Schools at Somerset have clue on account of smallpoxsDr M O Sallee will build itissa an office just below the postpoke Vf A large barn which is being built by MrE WEeed Is about completed Wolford and Bennett h ve opened Irbcwystore just above the prtstpffice r frVrL Y Hall will put up business 1igr1eAtyegorttlcgrgerofthecqyadStapleton rse jrpHtlleckCorbln last Monday for gd0 Tile Twlc awDak OiMrieJsroufBi aAfcfr CWhty N wi3i50i r oat f c The board of supervisors finished their work yesterday landsgetting ipoffey Bros will be on the marks next Monday for some good horses Youcan buy goods at cost and some things less than costat Sinclairs If you are in town next Monday and are indebted to this once call and see us Circuit court which convenes next Monday will probably be in session two weeks Miss Fannie Smytbe will open th Montpelier school the first Monday in February Superintendent Jones has received the lastof the School money and is anx ioustopay the teachers Mr Cook Jeffries is a very sick man so we are informed but hopes of his re covery are entertained It is said that the supervisors of ey County raised the lists of over one hundred and fifty farmers Sweet prospects sweet birds and sweet flowersthey have all flown from the dirt roads of Adair The Male and Female High School is filling up rapidly A great many students are here from a distance The boiler at Ben Jesses sawmill in the Eastern portion of Metcalfe county blew out last Saturday No one was hurt Mr John Morgan 28 years old who resided on Caseys creek this county died Monday morning a victim of ty phoid fever lugMessrswho were engaged in poising up the millhouse at Camp Knox completed the work last week A valuable cow belonging to Mr J inightamong the cow brutes Mr W A Coffey is getting ready for the work on his contemplated rest completion When you visit Louisville stop at the New Phoenix Hotel Firstclass fare and well located corner of 7th and Market Streets ly toAll accounts on our books were du January 1 1901 Please come in and settle aud save the necessity of a dun RUSSELL MUKRELL Mr Sam While host a good Hllked waca of e jaij Tfte pause of her death Is un known Marriage licenses were issued to in N Grider and blind Sallie Judd on the 6th inst and to Luther G Sated and Miss Mary Y Wilson on the 9th A writer says that lemon juice wit- cure 1is corns and bunions if they are constantly bathed in it This may be but who wants to be walking with sour feet Mr Wm Roberts whose home was Sparksvillc Adair county died last Thursday He was 73 years old and the immediate cause of his demise was a stroke of paralysis For some reason unknown to us our Joppa subscribers failed to get their papers on time last week The bun die was started f fdju bis ojjjce with the rest of the pall All persons hav ig books to The Parmelee Library ace requested to brink them in a paper Tb shipmeni is being delapQd bY1 outlWe of earDTmanGVrFs slow to report Itlsa fine bo however and we deem it proper to so announce It even at this late date IpColumbiabeen before bJ3 ORor charged with deeds both of PWlfi lop and pommlsr slon It affords much amusement The CourierJournal has raised the price lit Its weekly to 100 per yea By special arrangement The Ada County News and the CourierJournal will be furnished for 150 per year Apri vate bank with a capital of teat openedBradfordwille as cashier You cant keep an Adaitly man from getting upon rising ground G W Grasham the broom manufac attempteded to the wascqnsiderably swollen With himidsell The Misses Eubank entertained a number of their lady friends last Thursday It was a sumptuous repast inatiV wli to a better meal We fiFppfu b rat9 wfth qh re3oplmone publls bed by lei J B ap In Lincoln NEtbWe caa famish 1tJo our subscribers who erg sot rlijwara wiUiuslor only TStfatsper1 yltfi The tfrst feuds will appear tYlsmohth HORRIBLE DEATH The Jtwideacebf Frank Irvin Bunted Himself CoBSumed lathe Flcnes CRISLSBORO KY TAN 12 1901 EDITOR NEWS The most shocking accident that has ever happened to sadden the hearts of our citizens occurred last night between seven and eight oclock the life and residence of uncle Frank Irvin be- Ing destroyed by fire The only In mates of the building were the unfort U unateold man his daughter ln laly Mrs H S Irvfn and an old darkey When it was known that the house was on fire the feeble old man was conducted safely out of the burning build thee r at the old man was lost sight of It Is thought that he remembered something of value that was in his trunk upstairs and In trying to save it was overcome by the heat and smoke and fell near the place where his trunk was setting A search was made in the lower part of the building but the upper story all flames could not be entered So ended respectCasIn sympathy with the bereaved fam ca11yDeath of Dr Stone Dr William DavIs Stone of Liberty Ky wen quietly to restJanuary 7 1901 after a hard battle for life Dr Stone was born in Adair county Ky Oct 11 1827 where he grew to phiserty where he resided until his death excepting during the time he served in the warof 6165 as assistant surgeonI In 1854 Jan 1st he married Miss Lucy Haltclaw who with his two sons Will and Joshua survive him Early in life he was converted and joined the Methodist church at Breed Adair county Ky where his remained Dr Stone was a true Christian wan in spirit and prac tice with no denominational feeling with fixed purposes and principles hoI lived what he professed Ills son Joshua was called home from Wash ngton City some ten days before his and remained with him to the end ills remains were carried Hustonville and after brief services by Eld J Q Montgomery were burled by the Masonic Fraternity many be ing present Another good man Iscgone We extend our sympathy to family and mourn his loss but no without hope J Q M ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST Editor NewsIt you will give me space in your valuable paper I win submit to you a few items from Anna Texas beTheog joule few new cases IIi tR e cptnfry Mr ii fl Rowe ut Bussell county Kentucky is in Anna uats talking of making Texas his future bogreso Mr Welby Cundiff who has been confined with the smallpox is out again and returned to his school Mon day Mr D MMoore our new blacksmith a hustler as all Kentuckians are of class He is a native of county and has only been here four orI monthsdThere is talk of locating a bank InJ Anna Every good citizen should courage this move as Anna can wellI afford a bank R R Rowe D M Moore nD Hamsley Marion Thomas A Brown and Curtis Wolford attended a sal- at the resideuceulJ t Holders tiv miles from Anna and all reported as having a nice tutsCB W Mr Q C Pace a traveling man who resides at Lebanon did some fast rid vgtoEdmuea n q r 5place a man who was stqndjng on th roadside said MIIoldvn thereit ati at the sane tinge xcab ed at file liqes INq pR yonfjfp wiU j stop here whipYto o soft and sound but somewhat excited The people of Edmonton think the loot pad was djunjieq pjap Seh s qQ r man aa meant the pqe qf bis vujco that he to rub hint Mr Pace had no weapon and attributes his escape to the swiftness of bis horse itThe people of Russell county are again discussing the advisability of building a pike from Columbia to Cumberland river A meeting was caned for last Monday to be held at Tames town at which time the advantages of a pike to both counties were doubtless discussed This enterprise should be pushed but It will take something more than chat to build twentyI miles of pike The way to get theJ matter in tangible shape is for an ob ligation to be drawn have men sign statlnir what they will give Farmers along the line uuld do much of tlie work with their teams aud would probably donate muchof their time but It will require a great deal of on1 ey How much will you tlvfJThere is 8cIIrce1y3 town in Kun tucky the slzcfjuf ColuBabtebui hsurji streets lighted at ai l1t woj 1- 4dph t great u lllhnT tbJl4 Te lgltt ilP p froptpt hNbll clfu ech balldjBJr and four upen the KguareQoe rigryuutoftbe city making elgJafctempe all which hiour judpfweat farekh suftuleBtillittft hupol rtwvuitoiptl boiralwlil take lie ll fe d6r Mr Hugh K Walker found one of his draught horses dead In his stable one day last week This Is the second time within the last four years that his strong team of Normans have been reduced to one S M Wolford sold his house and lot on Water street last week to the Co lumbia Furniture Company for 30000 Mr Jas Morrison has removed to the place Mr and Mrs Wolford will board until they can build Mr A S Stapleton who resides o Green river near Purdy has one hundred and forty acres of land well rimea tiered with White salt He desires to sell the timber and a letter asking for information will reach him at Purdy Judge W W Jones circuit com mencing next Monday is as follows Columbia Tompkinsville Jamestown Edmonton Burksville Li b e r t y Terms of two weeks at each place bu the work is generally completed In less time Mr J H Young continues to trade in Alabama He sold all the mules be carried from this county at good prof- Its and last week bought two more rloads from parties in the South is not known when he will reach home The furniture factory will soon be closed in Active work is expected to commence in a few weeks It Is hoped that this industry will be liberally patronized as it is a home affair pro sing to do as good work as can be any where The wife of Mr George Johnson of Cane Valley was before Judge J W Butler on a lunacy charge The lady did not appear in person the caSe Ing tried on the affidavits of attending physicians She was adjudged and will be carried to Anchorage A very large crowd Js expected in Co umbia next Monday A great many stock dealers will doubtless put in their appearance and the mule market is pected to be lively It would be well enoughiorfarmerswhowanttodisposeof atoon this month Qulteanumberulfrfend gathered and a very delightful repast wasserved Mrs Calllsou is the wid owof the late Charles Callison who atnets Mr Geo E Stone and wife Liberty have commenced housekeeping MrI Stone returned from Louisville a few days ago whither he bad gone to pur chase furniture Mrs Stone woo has en P ndlng several wpkj in MootlI returned Saturday and Is nowI gracing per new home Mr PL Tyler of Lee county Va who sojourned in this sectjon a year or asp was married on Christmas da to Miss Dora Wbltt an estimable young lady of Powell Valley Va Mr Tyler has a number of friends here who wish him success and happiness through the journey of life rMr T J Bell who has been the jail of Casey county for a number of years has tendered his resign itlon and nuwa candidate forSheriff an office is tilling by appointment If be makes as good sheriff as be did jailer the people of Casey county will be fectly satisfied with his services Mr T J Bell is now the sheriff lvhequalify and Judge Tllfprd appoints- Bell Bell was jailer at the time but tendered his resignation and bonded for the iillce of btcriff and Mr Drown was appointed jailer a position he pqnV ented to accept AH who voted the Prohibition et in Adair t1 h asl e tpiudt the past1arc earnestly requested furnish me their names and post Dill addresses This preliminary to t work uf organization Tobias Huh ker Columbia Ky 4t musical entertainment given at Tbursdtay night Miss Mary Grissom the accomplished daughter of Dr W T Grissom who lives a few miles from Columbia took a prominent part Miss Grissom was visiting her grandmother In W Carmel and her musical talent bet a known she was invited to assist in t entertainment Jilrs Elizabeth Parrlgin who llvesI Clinton county near Albany was 104 year old last Friday She was born In Tennessee in the year 1797 and lived under every President of t United States since the formation of the Government At this writing sbeI tsbecentury as age Is creeping upon her ThesiHilal given at the residence MrL M Wilmore last Saturday ev ping was very largely attended near allthe youat people in the nelghbpr hood ut Oradyvllle belagpreseqpahb gathering wu IB huabu Jtfr Ale 41dkatitdy A tfjijLUr pet ptfue er paegblf cod a more enjoyable occas foe BeldoHi falls to the lot of e JCleLyI folks The mueiu was delightful a the game kept every body la high splr ilu TberrfM people prtW r Mf JutthtewlieWftutor tfie w ide ftroVd felSt iTSSr il wereatUiaaka- Married Mr H K Plckett of Honey Grov was married last Wednesday the 9th at 7 oclock to Miss Sallie Nell at the residence of Mrs Charlotte Patterson Rev W R Thornton officiating The wedding was very quiet only few of the friends being present The groom is a son of Hon Wash Pickett of Adair county Kentucky well known to most all the Kentuck- Ians here He is an honest upright gen tleman The bride is well known here and I- slone of the very best women She is of a retiring nature but one of the pur t and best of her sex This marriage takes on a little of the romance as the couple bad not seen each other for nineteen years until the day of their marriage Bu they were children together and wer sweethearts when they were very small A correspondence had been contstancy a heart has consnm mated a union for life May Gods richest blessings be upon their lives Moody Tex Courier Finas Baker a young married man who is Inthe mercbantile business at Amandaville and who is wellknown in Columbia was carried to Cincinnati last week by several of his friends to b c treated for insanity It had been known several weeks that Mr Baker was unbalanced but his wife and friends thought he would cover his mind but last week he be came unmanageable and for his goodI ghiminthat hIs health might be restored Ile cfriendsfortunate condition In last weeks issue of The News we stated that Mr Geo Coffeyohorse ran off Mr Coffey informs us that the report was without foundation His horse slipped the bridle while hitched to a buggy at Mr W H Gills and leftc there In atrotkeeping up this gait until be reached Wilsons mill where the buggy struck a log and the cross bar only was broken This statement as to the breaking of the buggy and the the horse was noiog is corrob iorated by Mr Wilsons son Our in atsabove as a retraction of the same it coming from eye witnesses Mr M G Leachman of Washington county who is interested in advancing agricultural work throughout the State will be in Columbia next Mon day for the purpose of organizing a Farmers Club He will address the farmers at the courthouse at 1 oclock in the afternoon and it is hoped a large crowd will hear him Clubs are bean organized all over the State aud judg ing from reports we have read the terest of the farmer Is being rapidly advanced Clubs arc for mutual ben efit and no farmer should hesitate trifleYMr JiH Conner wbo was a student in C C College twentysix years ago and who was reared in Green county justover the Adair line visited bia the first of the week Since to Ing his departure from this place he has traveled all over the United Staus He has been connected with ele graph companies and railroad cprt r atlons the greater portion cf his Him He called at the News office and made ulrschool mates Prow Columbia he vi ited his old home and from therg he oflvillvisit Bjwlinj Green and thanes the west evde were not only well attended but vyerp ofriKicter ized with adccp religious feeling theoomniunltyand many fervent talks wrg made Differences in doutrino will continue tUtmte n relnkind We love to hear of the c social brioheg rtJi A large plate glass at one of the showwindows at Russell Murrells store received another break last Sat urdiiy night While it is not known huw the break occurred it is reason able to puppowj that some one was pushed against It Colored men and boys congregate nn the corner after Bancgc happenne ed while engaged lu the above named spurt These glasses are large a cost about sixty dollars each and to tere should find some other place to engage In sport ilsheSlI MqrreU I U ilkV U B Cgr e H U tlri The board h v111ea greatlgauy wltu es before it and the lists of quite a number uf taxpay ers were raised In district No 7 in which Cane Valley is located txvelvg tstrlet p fltteenq oflih webre ts 1ulsradxiq iDrr W D Stow who died at Li he ty last week still a iiHtlve of Xd vuunty If we aril correctly lurontte ridr1ah Stone who died Hmny ytsaw ago sad StephetilpTe wborenipved tuihira Fttala isle were u iltera JgBiMTStdiiv anuihetbrath rr roiilealn 9dair weary ati YkfaRir Stxt was eceutJ yet oaa4ienaiiirftiat Paid subscribers since our last L F Holladav W lIt Cundiff S Price Sam T Lester Mrs Faoa Griffith Percy Stanton Levi Bur bridge W G Montgomery I T Far ris Fred Robertson M E Tarter J 1Po Wilkerson T J Bell C L Henen J R Murphey urn Lizzie Price R A Yates Walker Bryant Miss Molfic Thomas C W Alexander Perhaps some of the older citizens of Adair county remember Dr Thomas Johnston He was born in this county TeaaDecember291900 r of Mr S D Johnston a former citizen of Columbia wbu has been residing in Louisville for about forty years S D Johnston Is the only surviving member family and he is old and quite tfeeble The following births and deaths curred in Adair county from the lot h of Sept 1899 to Sept15 1900 Births White males 164 white females 170 black males 15 black females 10 Total 359 Deaths White males 53 white females 72 black males 9 black females 15 Total 149 The boveI byMrsessor of Adair county Smallpox is prevalent in many towns in Kentucky and every precaution should be taken to prevent the break- Ing out of the disease here The Board of Health is the sole authority and management of epidemic diseasesrl The local board Is acting under the Board and under Statutory pre- vlslonsThe board here has repeatedly urged every body ft become vac and the notification should be officheededThe meeting at the Presbyterian as church commenced last Monday night Mr Shive is a strong preacher and nightlyItwill be in progress but probably ten days or two weeks It is hoped that all denominations will attend and as nisi In the good work Religion Is practical and to the ungodly we say makeup your wind to change your way of living and act at once Mr A W Paxton a young farmer of Green county was married tht Wednesday forenoon at 10 oclock to Miss Nona Price daughter of Mr TvR Price who lives a few miles Columbia The rites were solemnize- at too residence of the bride i father quitea number of relatives and friend- being present The groom Is said to be a sober popular and industrious young man Tire bride is one o Adalrs must estimable young women The couple will reside in Green county ESTOgPiuf Huffaker began his school at this place last Monday with twenty seven scholars in attendance Mr L rue McKinley recently mov ed to his new dwelling near Ml Pleas ant church Miss Cora Reynolds of Adair count is attending school here aMr E L Stearman has purchased a leapke Mr tied Mrs Jas Grider of Texas are visiting relatives and friends in this neighborhood Mr Euel Stone has myvcd to W U Griders faun on Key uols IiuvsCtveaudlireediugaroboldias 8a very meeting at y church Miss Ermine Lapsley has gone to Pulaski county lo teach a subscription school uMrherer1Mr W 0 Grider will leave for Tex asln a few days to visit friends and relatives Miss Zula Coner Rowena is attending school at this place Rev F Grider College lUll Is vis iting relatives In this local ly The honor of olllciatiug in the mar tinge of Mr William Dowel and Miss Viola Baugb of J aDJesloYt u was ferred upon Euv Goodman tbfsplu IRVINS STORE Prof JW Mitchell will leave few days fur Buvxllng Green for t purpose or uktug a business course Mr H Mo Beath bought proper andbasBealh was u jjood neighbor and regretted his leaving this vlagtiF stis near w gvlvester Harrte and ProtJ W MitpheUt were in Monticello Friday froYnear inc new telephone ling ttw9 Dun n vllle w Uujuiuiiii 1 lrviuci Store QdhieFont HiU s tytjite a help to this com JRVWlWi as Ftair1 W narrls sold one milk cow to D Hughes for a fair price The goose trial which was in prO tees at JuuictotiVu a few days ago weal In i f vor uf lue iilalntlff t Girilia T1a Globe a ntluukleuAraicaSrtlr vesays aitUit bektliiibe world exteudsruund vuriii ttUtuuu perfect healer of CiiU Cures Burns Bruises Sores Achhe raljisaud all hkin Only atTrslh lull s REPORTRTHEeBANK OF COLUMBIA aria t31tIIESOUBCES letsleans rl7 ItLoans to Directors not Included Loans to omcenifeOverdrafts securedNOverdrafts f31a1Due from National Banks Zisi StDue from State Banks and 14BanklrBMortgages Other 21m 1f5pecIeCurrency b l0St3 slOther Items carried as Cask F 1011 IIEpenseslastquarterDue From Iasuranee Comp rs f11ORI LIADtZITIE5 c MSurplusDeposits subject to cheek on wiVrt E3DueWFund9U9W STATE OF KENTUCKYee Jo Cotter Cashier of the Dante f tdntrba a bank located and Bolos business la tilt dutyIIWOrD etsatdbankatthecose knowledge 10cationabove report Is made in compliance with tStatedesfgnBtlogthe day on which such report shall be made Jo CorraT Cashier Jugs GAnxRrDirettor W w JoNSs Director- R F Dlrettor JoCoffeyCorrzT N P A ft A B Wilmore spent Saturday night and Sunday in Edmonton consroom several weeks fever is improving theda ago where he andshorses at good prices attendedtmeeting last Sunday at Pleasant Ridge church Messrs R L Caldwell and J1Hunter were in Mill town last week Mr G T Flowers andwife were calling on friends on Butlers fork last week andyof Pettisfork spent few days in this community last week Mrs Hattie Walker of Paris Texas who has been spending a few weeks with relatives in this place has returned home kMisa Cora daughter of Mr John dangerouslygsever- al days is improving Our Sunday sohool was reorgan ized last Sunday with prospects for a large attendance the Winter season Smith Bros were in Cumber landcounty last week buyingjcat tie Messrs G H Nell and C S dell were in Metcalfe c uuty last week buying and shipping hogs Messrs Terry Pedigo of Glasgow were here last week buying pricesceRobt and J W Walker will start for Texas in a few days Sacaessho prodMieswQty scholars enrolled H A Walker bought of ML GriS OIl a combined mare for 4000 also a gelding for 40 00 mRev Taylor of Liberty and Rev Harwood of Glasgow are holding meeting at Morris chapel J A Coffey of Moody Tex u ho has been visiting relatives here foe the past two weeks returned home last week Mr Strong Hill one of our en terprising men bought a farm of Mr J A Cop for andttown lot for 1500 Mr Hill his intention is to erect a building on his lot and donate the use cfthe house to Monnan preach erasHe intends they shall have placeia reapected 6 Jjor IViUHughe tilzeJltll with drop imPl 22J tl ita old iryl One Hundred Years Ago One hundredyears ago a man ct3n ld not take a ride on a steamboat He could not go from Washington to tfewYork in a few hours He had never heard of a Pullm palace porter HShaH never scenan electric hg or dreamed of an electric car He could not make a cake of ice as big as a lump of sugar He could not cool himself under an electric fan or warm himself at steam radiator He could not send a telegram He couldnt talk through the telephone and he had never heard of the hello girlbHe never seen a or a rainyday skirt lie could not ride a olcycle lie could not call in a stenographer and dictate a letter He had never received a typewritten communication No matter how grave a crime he committed be never could be electrocuted for it He had never heard of the germ theory or worried babilli bacteria He never looked pleasant before a photographer or had his picture taken lIe wouldnt have known a complex lens from a gin Rickey He had never heard of Neptune and Ceres He couldnt measure the distance tween the stars He knew nothing of the chemical composition or rlii stars He had beard of oxygen but would not have understood an illusion to uid air He bad never heard of the molecular constitution of matter or the conserv- tiun of energy and did not know that he was decended from a monkey He could not predict a rain or atofnounce the coming of a cold wave or aware that there was such a thing as electricity butlooked upon it as a germ He never heard a phonograph talk or saw a kinetoscope turn out a prize fight He never saw through a Websters caUnabridgedof a Roentgen ray He had never taken a ride in an el never imagined such a thing as a typesetting machine or a typewriter He had never uscd anything but a wooden plow haHesewing machine He had never truck Iia match on his nunls or on any tiling else lie had never liine up iigainst a jns bust lie had never peen a searchlight or dru k a cocktail He couldnt take an anaesthetic mid have his leg cut off without feeling it t He knew nothing of geology becau Jeto geology knew nothing of itself He had never visited a free library He had never purchased a tencent magizine which would have been garded as a miracle of art tie could not buy a paper for a niche k and learn every thing that had haypcnedjthe day before all over the world He had never seen a McCormack reaper or a selfbinding harvester He had never crossed an iron brill or traveled in a public omnibus He had never sailed through the Su had never used a deadly explosii- or tried smokeless powder In short there were several things he could not do and several things did not know Memphis Commerci- C Appeal Sore and swollen joints sharp shutdiing torturing muscles no sleepThat means rheumatism Ir- Is a stubborn disease to fight b utcur Chamberlains Pain iiaiiu has ixuiqurr edit thousand of um It ill so whenever lheup jriu fUftnva Try it One appiicati u relieves t pain Sold by M Cravens William Burton of Oldham county committed suicide by taking a large dose of morphine and sixty grains of quinine Any cough is serious enough to war rant prompt attention It is what it may result in that makes a cough dan gerous For all and stubbun roughs for grippe lung fever bronchitis lungraf lections you can find no other remedy so agreeable and harmless or so promptly flVctivtv as lurtys IuPectoral irjcc 2 ceias AU tG druggist urt Hadnt Been In Town for Forty Years Does it stand to reason that a man who has committed no crime would live in Allen county for forty years without ever being at the LaDsuch is true of Alvin Mahoney of taton ne for the first time in forty years The CourierJournal correspond cut sought an interview and when questioned Mr Mahaney readily- a consented to speakof himself and among other things saidtoI was born in Allen county seventyone years ago Exactly forty years ago today I was ScottsviUe and although I have een out of the county but once since I have not seen the town from that day to this I brought my grandchildren here today for the purpose of making a few purchases and by same means the in formation has reached the people that I have lived within ten miles of the town for forty years without ever being here and I have excit ed considerable curiosity answered numberless questions and r ceived more attention than has been shown me during the course of my three score and ten pea rscupon the earth I have looked the town over and san find noth ing that appears familiar Scotts ville then was a struggling village with little to commend it but the town has grown wonderfully und destroyed all visible signs of former identity However I could n discuss modern civilization as am distictly a thing apart fret growsqcountry I have only seen one railroad trainJ life and it onarate of forty miles an hour I have no idea of the construction a steamboat and have the reapress I was never inside a con of justice but once and that w asbewhen I applied for a license to marry I was never a member of the grand or petit jury never arrested or sued and was never as now remember served with a sn poena to give testomony in an- se of litigation IN flEMORY OF NELLIE The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Armstrong All of Creelsboro and neighborhoods were saddened b her death which occurred last Sunday night week at 12 oclock d been ill for several weeks but under that terrible disease tpph id fever her young life was soon won away leaving to her many relatives and friends only her lif less reiniiiuB rinda mot sacred memory of her gentleness of ways her meeekntsa of spirit her kindc ne3 of heart and her purity of life that will ever beau assurance them that when she passed in a great beyond it was to a place in that restful home of the soul She leaves a little sister who will miss her and the griefstricken father mother and relatives have the sympathy of their host of friends here The remains were interred in the Campbell grave ardstSleep on dear Nellie Thou art at castcaGod called thee home geWhen He thought best- SALLIE BARNES ezCreeleboro Ky Jan 10 1901 pBeat4ePensionA Mexican war veteran and pro ml abed CalHad Diarrhoea Remedy I ani reminded that as a soldierin Mexico 47 and 48 1 contracted Mexican arrhoea and this rsmedy has kept me tram getting an increase in my pension on wary renewal a dose of it re A triK mv It is unequalled as a quick o r ioniiarrno and is pleasant and Fur sale by M Cravens hrJauiea Caruett employed in in sawmill at Piueville was cang in the machinery and both err mstowere torn off He will die yTheChamberlains Cough Remedy is t mothers favorite It is pleasant and safe for children to take and always wires It is intended especially f cuugbs colds croup and whooping cough and is the best medicine ma leou for these diseases There is theIleast danger in giving it to children fJnjurlolls of dent tniiatxas 10 bO1WullJ For tefebyMghveus IJ j i i Lets Not Revolute Governor Pingree of Michigan allows his temperament to carry him to uu warranted extremes when in his tare well message to the Michigan State Legislature he predicts that unless the present system of inequalltyjob ming in American Government is changed in less than a quarter of a century there will be a bloody revolu tlon in this great country of ours There is not the remotest danger of a bloody revolution in this country if sane Americanism continues to prevail overcome a certain tendency toward anarchy inherited from European con ditlons which are nonexistent in then United States Certain evils do exist there Is no denying The Republican party has surrendered itself to the domination of the trusts and the syn dicates and there is too much of ogle sties for the benefit of the few at the sacrifice of the many But Its the many who still rule in this country and who have the power at any time to overthrow party which betrays the people And this overthrowing is to be dune at the polls not on the battlefields of 0civil war Please keep this fact in mind good Americans Hysterical appeals for a resort to arms pessimis prophecies of popular uprisings ac companied by bloodshed and the downfall of law and order may be all right and proper in certain oppressed coun tries of the Old World but they are not right and proper in this great and free country of ours We are a sell governing people our government ourIownhfull political duties Theres not the single necessity not to takeup a Reap and kill somebody but simply to vote and work for good popular govern ment The Pingree prophesy of impending will notbe credited by well balanced American thinkers There is rtoppression in this country but can speedily terminated at the polls There is no need to revolute about anything Just keep a good grip on your American commonsense do your theborAlmost Blind Mr D Kessing Bannock Ky says My little four year old girls eyes wereI so weak from birth that she could notJ stand any light all Was treatedI benefitgbuyYfrom suheThree bottles not only restored her healoever was her liteISold by agent in every townI theso far as it has progressed is very much like the old one Many of the good res olutions made with the dawning of thec new one have already been broken Still It some people keep good for only day it is something gained Old People ATado YoungJJ C Sherman the veteran editor of the Vermontville Mich Echo has discovered the remarkable secret of keeping old people young For years he has avoided Nervousness Sleepless ness Indigestion Heart trouble Con ipation and Rheumatism by using Electric Bitters and he writes It nt be praised too highly It gently thstimulatesstomach aids digestion and gives a splendid appetite It has worked won ders for my sifts and me Its a marIvelous remedy for old peoples coin Only 60c at T E Piulls store Fifty thousand dollar in gold wasI distributed by the American Express Company among Its employes as ChrIst mas remembrances Every man who has been in the employ of the compa oy for a year received t S5 gold piece on Christmas eve Prnml font Gliteago Wbmlin Speaks Prof Roxa Tyler of Chicago Vice PresldenfcIUJuois Womans Alliance speaking of Cftnmb rlainfi Cough sehrun into pneumonia I tried differ ent remedies but I seemed to grow- worceaAd the medicine upset my sto tryhefound it was pleasant to take aril itre toyed me at once I am now entirely orcovered saved a doctors hIlT time and suffering and I will neverbe with t this splendid medicine again Fur sale by DL Cravens l ew Orleans has pli pd u loin 12000000 in NPW York atta little over LQ11 JThi Wwvy tieettIUrgBVtCI 4 UU Wife ST dHlm My wifes good advice saved my life writes F M Rosa of WlnfleldTeun for I bad such a bad cough I could hardly breathe I steadily grew worse under doctors treatment but my wife urged me to use Dr KinKs New DIs- covery for Consumption which com pletely cured me Coughs colds Bronchitis La Grippe Pneumonia Asthma Hay Fever and all maladies of Chest Throat and Lungs are yeah tlvely cured by this marvelous medi cine and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free at T Paulls drug store Ago does not wither the efforts of Miss Susan B Anthony in be halfof equal rights for the eexes She has begun the new year and the new century witha fight against taxation without representation As the iroptsof eighty one minters wliitpn the locks of the diatiuguinlieddcrusader she can scarcely hope to live to see her lifework for womHIthe grant ing t er sex oftqual political rights with men crowned with complete success ATaclo Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks bas put me in my teens again writes D II Turner of Dempseytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25c at T E Paulls drugstore cNellieyears was brutally assaulted atIHackney Ohio by Walter stock He attacked the girl with- a afollowed ChandsBuckleus Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame fur OIaneloust cures It surpasses say lotion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions In fallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c at T E Paulls Mrs America Bayton Rogers P Robertson county was burned to death last week She attempted to carry a pan of burning grease from the stove out the kitchen door Her clothing was ignited and she died in excruciating ago oyIA Womans Weariness Womans sensitiveness makes themJ bject to more Intense weariness than ii men The melancholy depression sad exhaustion they suffer is due to slug gish action of their organs which loads the system with impurities poisons e blood and shatters their nerves Motleys Sarsaparilla and Iron will cleanse the system revitalize the nerves and gives strength and energy by agent in every town C C Becker a merchant of Lancaster went to his cash drawer to open it He accidentally exploded a revolver lying in the drawer and the bullet passed through his hip near the abdomen His condition is serious In Williams county Ohio Wayne Crowell and Charles Ca nan wero killed by being struck by n trnlDMrs Canan on being notified of the accident died from e shock ti Young Women Theentry into womanhood is a time Little men strual disorders startedat that time soon grow Ito fetal complications That female troubles are filling vdspr- oves this Wine of Cardal estab Ilshes a palokss Me natural menstrual flow When once this Important furlc tioa k started right a healthy life will usualJyfoUaw Many women young old owe their lives to Wine of Cardui There is nothing like it to t9fittt011 at fire Ists Miss Della Dt3lr y trt fl have suffered untold pain at menstrual pe riods for a long time was nervous had no appetite and lost interest in everything In rid was miserable have taken four teUlejeHyggf Cardtiwlth Thedfords BI4tkDrsltt ithcil icFte9 today entirely cured caflWt express the thanks reef for what you lVI fr mt For advise la eases reqll1rnz epoch dreotin Ladee AdTteorr Deportment The C1IIttuoopto1 raise Cbatuaooca Tess f 1 Ih j T t14 I Asjt j i i d jII Lk 41 COLUMBIA ANtGarnPb6115v l 6 Stage Line 0GOOD STOCK COMFORTABLE STAGE SAFE DRIVER o Courteous Attention Passengers Zcays mbU a at sal snake cones KoniriU LomUrilli train xYM Mpt lU yIlIe27 p Jutanor ssrrlTal of tLoaJlUe ttala Daily tautarpi Btniay CsUe4tlirranso- 3d prespny att add to Bzprcis at Etei A IHiUtr GEORGE LEI Prp Ignatius Donntlley poliiioiiin and Author died in ilinneapolia recently Considerable damage to proper ty in Nevada last week by a ter rifia storm Northern California and dregdh had a snow full of serentytwo in ches in a week The grave of Nancy Hanks Lin coin at Richmond Ind has been decided to the State of Indiana E Von Sutton one of the oldest and wealthiest citizens of Jackson Miss committed suicide by shooting himself through the brain Retiribg Gov Thomas of Col orado says the corporations by evasion of taxation have the State to the verge of bankruptcy To shield his mother from abuse save himself from a beating a poker Albert Albertsen of hicago aged 17 years shot and his father It is stated positively that fugi W S Taylor and Chas Fin ley will not be eurrended to the Kentucky authorities by Durbin the New Governor of Indiana At Washington Ind Carl Smiley the elevenyearold son of Dr M Smiley was shot through the brain and killed by John Cos PlaYjmate of the United States as officially determined is on a farm near Co lumbus Ind The point has moved Westward but 14 miles in ten AR1cKLE BROL- NotioaDe NewwfolrfatX li Ya PATTERSON HOTEL IJAM6ST0WN KYNo furnished supplied market affords nectionJ PATTERSON RIEGER lVIIltltER WHOLESALE JIANOTACTUKEnS SflDDIiES flatness and Strap Work 172 Fourth Avenue Represented bydO HIIt IlOdlSVlbliE KY- d Jarrcrideita Buckner Tobacco Warehouse So 313319 CHAPEL BET MAIN MARKETAND 216220 TENTH LOUIS ILLE V SPECIAL ATTeNTION GIVEN PFZIiZJTTB S1tLe S Foim MONTHS STORAGE Independ ent House Mark your Hhds BUCKNER HOUSE EL HUGHES COMPANY WHOLESALE SASH DOORS BLINDSMOULDINGS 3 OUR new Lumber Warehouse which have just com being situated the railroad well stocked with all kinds Dressed Lumber Shingles AgentsColumbia The low price at which Arbuckles famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by enormous gale It should not classed with the inferior imitations sold at s cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a ullity greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee so good advantage- as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article Full information with each package j Save the signatures r place can be found than at the above named hotel It is new elegantly and the ta blo at all tints with the beef the Feed Sta bis in con Proprietor OF ST AND ST FKEE X we on is of Lath and Its be to No