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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSi VOLUME 4 COLUMBIA AUAIfi COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1901 POSTUFFICE DIRECTORY J U Kuisoll PoSlmairter OiOcehour weuk days 700 a m to 980 pm COUBT DIRECTORY ltdClaoVICOURTTbtHimiay tnjaninry third Monday In fay wad herd Unnclny in Heptcmb OircuifJulgc WWJones 1OoJnmonweath Attorney NJI W Aaron Hurt ClerkJoe S Coffey jjooatHirst Monday In each wool hl1e Jfudgo JW Bullet County Attorney JaiOzinett Jr ClerkT H Btulto falter 3 II Mitchell Asueosor Bradshaw Surveyor R T MeCaffree School SuptW Jonci Coroner Leonard Fletcher JIIY Kesnlarconrt second Monday ach month iJgoJ W Atkins orner Gordon Montgomery CilUKCU DLKECTOKY J PRE8IJYTIJKIAN TIUTRcv T F Walton jaatur Service eQudand fourth Sundu ffeich jjomb 8uudayschoalat9al in eve ty It Sabbath Prayer meetisii every Vednesda a itnight MBTHODIST- Bnxm Rev W P Gordon pastor Services Fret Sunday in each month flnndayachool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Thursday I GBBiUB0BO Bev W Barnett astor Services third Sunday in each month jndayschol every Sabbath at a m Prayer nee ting Tuesday night 1OHRIBTIAN all Platt Elder L Williams Paator Services First Sunday in eac month Sundayschool every Sabbath at an- Prayer meeting Wednesday night he LODGES a MASONIC No F and MRegn said tar meeting in their ball over bank on Ft daynlghton or before the full moon in cad month GAKBMP WM T BSTULTS Bcc1oldR M No7 meet fift Ionday night ineach monthneJ J RussELt Secretary ed avscnmsCa =t the got their A HENRY Vl EDBLEMAN 408W SLLUUSSVIUEKY Also Dealer In F1HE STETSON HATS AND ALLwe OTHER STYLISH BRANDS Remember the place 408 West Market of ot Hancock Hotel he the BURKSVILLE STREET Thtr Columbia KytblJUNIUS HANCOCK Prop ident to 8Tbe above Hotel has helm re so tted and is now reat1 for anltbetruest Table supplied with the best fore the market allurd Rates roasouabii dent rood sample room Feed stable at tied t come COMMERCIAL HOTEL less eleJAMESTOWN tbe HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors t head lindTBolt look after the culinary department nnd ticwithp HaydeathCUUclasessonohle new doubt Lebann Steam Laundry DelLEBANON 0jj THOROUGHLY equipped modern 11 laundry jlant conducted by exper ienced workmen and dcIng as high neries grade work as can be turned out any place in the cou try Patronize a home institution Work of Adair solicitedL others ly I REED MILLER Agents Jt TheseColumbia Kentucky little list mOlhealththe Stomach and Bowels by Mor Little Liver Pills for JJ wru Pro which ii SugwCoated One a doseS ld by He is ID Jail0 Grazy Snakes Indian War Ends Behind the Prison Bars Says the Great Spirit WiIIlnBure Him Justice MANY INDIANS STILL IN HIDING Muskogec I T Feb 4Chitto Har jo or Crazy Snake tbe leader of in andminorlanded iuthe federal jail here wh they will be herd pending trial treason The Indians were 0hereTroop A Eighth calvary acid UnitI n IIatco Marshal Bennett and his pusS 0Itis stated that certain attorneys is asserted here misled tbe IndiansC1 may be prosecuted Marshal Bennett states that wbllea1 most of tbe Indians are in hiding hiALottah Mekko the real chief of the titHarjoerfumigatedplaced in one large cell A news but asstshr t view with Crazy Snake who said th saw no reason for arrest and fe confident when the Indians were given trial before the great white fathers courts they would be released IIcAvery they were acting in good yMMinoldabout killing whites he said it was their intention and they expect tives only to treat and act with their own prjtogreat spirit would see that they justice even though their white father in Washington and the oil synS cc dicates were trying to rob once happy hunting ground Presidential Succession Query larknowhiIXlnllyandto die immediately after Inaugu cards ration In that event the duties the Presidential oflloe would devolve temporarily on the present Secretary State The correspondent is mistaken wh assumes that neither he nor any ofschool other Secretaries could act unless rjreadpoinUdSecretaries with the exception Postmaster General are not apom pointed for fixed terms Should PresMo wish his present Cabinet officers area remain and they are willing to dome there is no need of reappolntments Senatorial confirmations There if the President and Vice PrerlJameswere to die on March 4 Secretary ut 11ayiC he did not die alsowould be acting President and would in atobedience to law convene Congress extraordinarysession Congress doubt would enact a law for a special and until it was held and a ident and Vice President chosen Secretary of State would be at tbeEof the government So if Brpa Stevenson had been elected at were to die on March 4 President ed inley wonld go out but Secretary would remain in and a Redubll administration continue until a oil election could he ordered 0bocceavail if one House were Bepub lican Public sentiment would demo ndly ReIDemocraticnon G1CCChicago Chicken thelves have again comaga menced making their raids on the hen of the good housewives of Obi Campbellsville and many dozens of valuable hens bave been stolen Whiletrm Campbellsvllle has some good and hluhand respected colored citizens there are can who are not worth the pow derMr would take to blow them into hadesby trifling scoundrels will do b utFrom or no work at all and only suboft by robbing white people and the1rG fortunate colored brother A post would be a good place to punish such fellows Tl Journal him f The Assassination Cues Garnett Ripley Captain of the illegallyorganized Henry county military which occupied so prominent part iu the proceedings at Frankfort last winter has b indicted and is now in jail cha edwith being accessory before fact to the murder of Governor GovernorIt reported that governor Beckham will send a strong mill tart force into the mountains af ter Berry and John Powers both under indictment for the murder of Governor Goebel both fying arrest as1Cpapers for Taylor Finley are served upon the refusedreaa bea big rer frillhtbetoa governor Beck Comdor brothers is that herh0murderers out The Yontsey case will be called Georgetown today He will be sentenced to see velag life time in the penitentiary It is said that a number of in dictments for murder in connec c with the assassination of gov Goebel were returned by the grand jury last week are kept secret until the ac the cused shall have been arrested and Developments ofa sensational expectedGlaIt s CLOYDS LANDING 300 Spear of Vernon is vis relatives heredeiss Eunice Gary visited hit nie McComas Saturday night hold Mrs Addie McCoy visited rela at Vernon last weekthThe Mcshack Normal school is nicely under the man of of L L Cary and Price to Kirkpatrick There was a social at J Saturday nightsabJMrs Martha Gray is on the sickto listsaJMarvin Young shot Clyde Bal mail in the shoulder with a 41 of pistol seriously iDjoringsal asidhimfuss came up over a game of war Geo H Hoffman is teaching Centre Point M is d hthl wheeng at Meshack Republican primary for the of countofhas been fixed for the fin in May They say thereal few candidates among t in blackeSam Cary is attending a law school at Bowling Greengl ec McCoy is attending school Vernon BIBDBowling Green oldjailerMarked Men it como to tbe point that eqery have st ern agateda mar a man Attorney General Mocnett of Ohi instituted suits against the Standai ofcompany tied the Continental to trust He refused a bribe of prosecuted the suits vigorous ter was beaten out of his boots In the night state convention for re and a corporation m thein his place Last week Mon successor dismissed action day the trustswhOut west Nebraska is t MooMoSmytheconducting their affairs illegally it is announced that his Eepubll successor will dismiss them aUdaJ Bryan was beaten for president same the trusts and moneypowers thee presidency down the trail some golden serpent is over them TlmesQ shotatin and thaumght ber a burglar l p from Soared Out Peathrgthecr Nation Alarm Her Programme at Topeka Stopped bye Ugly Rumor deCARRiE NATIONS ARMY STARTED Topeka Kan Feb 4Policem Luster has reported to City Marshal Stabl a plot on the part of the liqu to tarund feather Mrs Carrie Nu the joint smasher Luster says that a negro tough whom he once befriended gave him the tip Marshal Stahl is making au investigation The report has frightened Mrs Nation and sister crusaders but they declare that they will continue the work of destroying murder shops They met at 9 oclock Sunday morn at Mrs Nations room and held a session of prayer asking the Lord to protect them from bodily harm in the discharge of what they termed their ny duty to the cornmniiity sirs Nation braved the storm and spoke at the Wesleyan church in the forenoon at Christian church in the afternoon at the Lowman Hill Methodist church in the evening A recruiting allies for the Topeka brigade Kansas division Carrie N tions army has been opened soldiers have signed the roll a mostly women The program of the the is to march down Kansas witseh beating and flags flying and prayer meetings in front of every joint Mrs Nation says that it was intention of the home defenderZ- A smash joints today but this feature the crusade was postponed for a day is enable the secret service agents toties inquire into the story that armed men and NatioC tax she does not mind a shotgun but does not want tolead other women their death Postmaster ehas that Mrs Nation receives more than any bank in Topeka Many to the letters contain money and it Islal that Mrs Nation tans already putwI e S500 to help carryon the liquor beregrpur atJOPPAFarmers are busy preparing for corn and tobacco crops Thewi at crop is thought to be very shortJ Naylor was here the first the week looking for calves whto s some macheselJusperwere in this neighborhood week Mrs Cattle Willis is visiting he Mrs Uettie Bennett uea meColumMr T P Jeffries one of ourey citizens has been quite sicka a few days A Holladay and Tom Waggeuer just returned from the South still market where they disposed of fine lot of mules at good prices or near Taylod y cut A G Willis last weekwiRalph Waggoner visited his sisIn Mrs F G Willis Saturdayj givenannthad residence of J P Willis I night Those from a distance attended were Misses Ida Re Ehentgomery Annie Reynolds llie Jeffries raycrn ftdthe the The Register reports a disagreeable and dull court at Richmond Monday Not more thatrSti horses and the r number of mules changed handsJ good mules brought 8121 whl basli froall of to tsO and were a drag about 1500 were on the market at the pens less than one third the numPa found purchasers at prices ranging Paull3eto5c HERE AND THERE IEacb year about 44 000 000 hntihels of wheat are grown in Africa and Aus teal ln Child labor in North Carolina nti llsher decreased per rant in thlast tor cclas years Mason t viltauR in Virrrn county O or OW population has nut a single therenAn pinlion IIn lixal option atCor bin resulted In a virtiiry for Sllimnlsts The town has been dry eight years The new Cathedral at Covington ish modeled after the great Notre Dar in Paris and was erected ntacostof anwouorThe United States has a trott with Denmark Imports from the United States to that country have trebled since 1895 The total land surface in Ohio is 407GO square miles the average number of persons to the square mile Ing 1900 90 1900 102 During the year 1900 there were built in the United States and ofllci ally numbered by the Bureau of Nav 1and Ration 1102 merchant vessels Farm hands are so scarce In Germa that difficulty is experienced in raising enough sugarbeets to supply the demand of the factoriesAOur trade with the Philippines this year amounts to 3500000 compared with 09000 iu 1897 exclusive of plies sent by the Government The will of the late C P Hunting propertabelonging to him in San Francisco was mortgage interest in real property to value of 850000 Paris gave all her inhabitants a ne century present by reducing the octroi duty on wines so that the otdinar workingmans family may sire about ers accountsThere are in Prance chiefly in over half a million registered bicy In 1894 the number was 203026to in 1899 483414 Each me paysHe and carries a lIcensecuThe advance labor club of Brooklyn indorsed a proposed Federal law calculated to curtail immigration ancIta distribute foreign workmen who dobe to points in the United States labor is needed 1 neAto appropriate S2000CO fir ihe pose of investigating the ronctn Ins affecting the storage of water in th aridlaod regions of the UnMii Srau a view to the reclamation of this business man of Fort Worth Texas has brought suit for 5000 damages against the publishers of a clay direC- tory for having described him as colorfel cdun01 Twenty men who plead polite in tSCircuit Court at Rockport Ind lJefinedyearsWE subr lad gobrd al fur Mrs Carrie Nation Mrs and Nation said she would accept themon to aid her work but would decline medal Beds arc comparatively scarce in Russia and many wellto do houses are unprovided with them Peasantsth hudieselves up in sheepskins and line down stoves soldiers rest upon woodenhe without bedding and it Is only bin tbo last few years tbat students sohoos have been allowed beds etts Chicago investigation by the Dem partmentof Compulsory Education hasPo in the charge that an attempt been made to teach children theket tobacco habit by the distribution oftb packages of gumbacco a contectt 00the tf6he made KiieM tobacco and chewing gIDI Sevtel rliiidren have become addicted toaOI habit of chewing tobacco through In1 use of the gumprlen It Girdles The Globe fame of Bucklcns Arnica Salve the best in the world extends round Br earth Its the one perfect healer Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores iand Scalds Boils Ulcers Felons Aches that and all Skin Eruptions Only infallible Pile cure 25ca box atTE NUMBER 14ITelephoned to Heaven Warren III Jan 21 Agrirs Lou Davis the four year old daughter ol Rev and Mrs Cuss Djvi who Is mous because of her method of saying prayers by telephone sent in her will today the little tine wh ready in I r prayer woiid jro the iilMut curl call JIllu c niral dive me heaven wazt to say prayer She orated in perfect health hi treal just n Hie hill it my her prayers the LurocHli d larand her lit tie life went out almost without warning and1t L gone to say her prayers to tbe LordI ducneFour days ago she predicted that sbi ld go to heaven the first of any ol the fatuity and her prediction eau t 6true She was intelligent beyond hei years beauti ful in person aid disposr liuu greatly beloved by the curl communityIaud anxious to talk to heaven amd wanted to say bCII prayers direct to God and often won dared why Gon did not answer her phone message if He didnt hear ur if He couldnt see her from the skies tier last phone message wasanswered in the twinkling cf an eyeshet oak her place at the other end of the HneI where she could see and understand how God answered telephone messages Sympathy and Love j traveler was taken ill in a foreign land It was feared that his diseasee was contagious and he Iiandhim cooled his aching heada breathed words of hope into his ear She spoke of duty of hope of trust and of his ability to do fur others IU recovered his health and strength dud became a blessing to his rate under uwThus sympathy Is shuwu it iiYof oth tairn ua aidsociety to a home iu the West At the rendezvous he was seen grasp something closely In his baud was asked to show what he d Ou opening his ringers a piece of salts was seen which the a peat was about to throw away Dont p it away it is all I hove to rcmeui uiy mother it is parrot an old call cap she made for me before sho died want it to remember her by iu my hose It was given back and boy carried it with him and it be came an amulet to the boy and man mutterewakesa better boy and man A ParablecoBehold an advertiser stotoAnd when he sowed some seed into handbills and dodgers the street cleaner came an them up ome fell LaCinterested in the performoh ance and not m bargains theyt left on the seats or crumpled thrown on the floor Some fell among fake schemes gift enterprises and popule contempt sprang up and choaked themFBut some fell into legitimate newspapers which found their Rtubabrought forth fruit some an fold some sixty fold fold Who hath ears to hear let him There tire nov slxtfceu prisoners in Mjiiiity fodfuif iiteiit iu the Masachus start prison at Charlestown the dangerous of tbe lot bt lug Jesse the boy murderer lie Is constantly laying plans to escape and tbe guards ever on the alert to jthem lie once pulled down ventilator over his cell dour and a saw of the portion of the ma gical Then the place was walled up fresh air Introduced into his cell other ways lie has now been 1mI on a life sentence twentysev pearsRKelly executor James adshaw has filed suit at Hop kinsyille against pro John A Gunn others for 80000 alleging Dr Gunn as agent for Mr Bradshav in his lifetime is in debted to th cstatefor the amount named peat DlrmlngISlcocnize W T Haw kin iJ0lMy nwllirfsold to the hignst bidder last Sato nday for the United St Stfvrimer Ihtwo horses tau sets of harness andone GoodJ118WhM tmountain clew rbleb h was bought aJorTltlsquatrrldehasthisprrtstraw Lebanon Entcrprisc Ntruus Irolttrttlaut lIiTIhu H liltlca usi4ulifemauyphslclausnerve other 31rIjWa Jer and SarsaparillaIron GllherightspotforIfeltacompletenge all I aril perfectly well Sold by agent in every town The Mirmpn Homo Firo Insiri iaiyJI1rTjfoi City KySawwistro Wstryexcfpt againste irerturndntAwitthel1ly IUtlh terlawPlm Ji I t 3ic t7 0 t cod er s 3otcf E Ii irc 523 Market Sf LOUISViLLE MC BOSLUR flRr Wilmore Hotel rrtl1tsGradyYilJceo Kentucky IIE1tC Is nil better place tr star hult1Coud rcdleGORDON MONTGOMERY Q1YalCOLUMHIAJCY Will practice iu Adarand adolnIag Collections a specialty drugstore SALLEEd areful attention given to me dentifnl7nd CoffeyLarCULUJIBIAHY M BALE NG R wrrii RoBinscnNortonGe WHOESALE Dry Goods Notions fitGtjLOUISVILLE KY YETIMRY SURGEON fistulo Pollevil PplinU Spavin or any sur workdone at air prices I GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am find to take care of ock SP CJRENSHAW lmiefrom Columbia on Disappointment RESTAURANT JAMES BELT Propri- etorLEBANON KY This stand is located near the depot and meals are tarnished at all hours at 25 cents per meal The best eatables the country affords Ele sitting rooms tar ladles t t y ti Tl AllAh COUNTY NEWS Published Every Wednesday BY TllE Adair Bounty News 80 INCORPORATED Cuts S HARRIS Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties =Bntcred at the Columbia Poitofflce second class mall matter SVBSCRIPT N RATES ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE ADVERTISING RATES Loca otiee ten cents per line for first In ertion andiflre cent per line for each subse unt Insertion DISPLAY ADS Space I Wk zMo 3 6 t ggHInches I 2 Inches 150 300 000 1000 to Col 300 800 1200 ro Cal 800 l c21 600 1200 There will be no departure from these rail ender circumstances WEDNESDAY PEB 13 The smallpox epidemic at Somerset has about run its course Albert C Stoll who was n prom inent lawyer of Louisville is dead The friends of Repn elltl tiI Pugh feol sure that will bo appointed Judge of the new Federal district Mrs Carrie Nation oimtimies toI smash saloons SII is arrested every day to be immediate turned loospEHon D H Smith has shied his castor for the United States Sen ate and wants a primary election Goodnight Henry Youtsoy has commenced doing time in the penitentiary and only has a lifetime to servo He was placed in the cooking de putmentaThe revenue men of the Eighth district havo presented Mrs John W Yerkes with a handsome tea service six pieces which cost two hundred dollllrsdRolla White was acquitted at Williamsburg for killing James Shotwoll and in the conspiracy case against the Shotwells for a blowing up Whites store the jury disagreed Circuit Judge W W Kimbrough of the Eighth Judicial district died at Carlisle last Thursday night Ho had been indisposed for a week but had been on the bench every day of the term until a few hours before ho diedCE Hon T C Bell a prominent lawyer and politician who died at his homo in Harrodsburg several days ago was one of the best ted known men in the State He was ges active at all Democratic gather ings and was a leading spirit in the Baptist Churchri Weaver the strolling barber charged with perjury in the Powers case was given a trial at Georgetown last week A great many witnesses were introduced and the case given to the jury of Thursday After deliborating several a hours they could not agree and were discharged try In an opinion of the Attorney General of the State the Reaves brothers who robbed and burned for a large portion of Tompkinsville a number of years ago and who es the caped from the penitentiary but the were recently returned forfeited the their time allowance when they escapedtlJ teDetailshave been made public Mr Car negie is to be guaranteed 5 per ct per annum on his 86000000 ofat bonds and for his 86870000 of stock in the Carnegie Steel Comnt prpanysued by the various other steel properties involved in the deal Thus Mr Carnegie will in effect have a mortgage on the entire E steel industry ot the company land but little cash will be required ftr conduct the negotiations Id ePresentativeGri6s of Geor tgia made thai PostfOffice appro printiim bill trie text for a speech full iff common sense against the tendency on the part of Congress to increase the salaries of Federal en ftol low ing the truthof which everyone must acknowledge I un dertake to say that there is not an employe of the government who devotes his whole time to its ser vice who does not receive greater pay than he would for like service in private life There is not an employem the government service today who did not better his or her condition financially when he entered it There is not one who if he could better his condition in other service would not resign tomorrow Then why this paternal interest in government employee All of thorn are free men and women and of full age Why shoal we make them wards of the nation 7 How is this fatherly interest of legislators so lately aroused i what seems to moa cancerous growth eating its way to the ve vital of the American body politic Grigoge t sing the growth of associations of various classes of government em ployes organized ostensibly for oticr purposes but actually used to Jubby for a Congressional in cr a60 of the salaries of their mem hers This session of Congress wi1lI so n close and it is to be hoped thtit the infamous ship subsidy bill will go down never to rise again though strong efforts are being made to make it law I seems to us that under the Consti tution such a measure could not stand but the party that control Congress also interprets the constitution the party that gare thYsaddle Its record is full of else legislation from the building of gigantic tariff walls around a of its pet industries to the seizur- and control of foreign countries Theoretically it is a party of free dom and a lover of the constitution practically it has enslaved millions of people in other lauds has carried the flag 7000 miles from the supreme law of tho laude nd seeks to distate to a free and independent people the language- of a constitution Progres corn mercial advancement class inter ests enchanted its leaders and blinded its followers but some the great mass of people may awake to the true situation of All the papers are talking about- a State primary election law and largo majority of them favor such a measure The Elizabeth in town News speaking upon the subject says There will be a bill submitted to the next Kentucky Legislature providing for Stute of Primary to nominate all municipal county district and Stale officers for all political parties which poll over twenty per of the vote and for a general registration on the day of the primary A which shall be fixed by the law The bill will be draftedd very much after the new by Minnesota with a few chan to suit special conditions in a Kentucky Tho bill will if en acted into a law illimiuate all ac and unfairness from politics and give the people of the State time to discuss something else but politics by Congress has had under consideration for some time the repeal the obnoxious law requiring stamp on bank checks and the people throughout the entire expected this annoying taxA would pass away but it remains and those who give checks must continue to lick and cancel It the appears that this tax was retained the purpose of reducing the beer tax pander to the wishes of brewers In choosing between ley interest of corporations and interest and convenience ofWI great bulk of the people Con gress has not departed from the achings of the dominant party It would probably be a wise act a judicious expenditure of money if Congress would appropri of sufficient means to build a 40o ison purposely and exclusively Colonial Post Office smugglers bin viiFMBlakemau Vanmeter Me in Claiu H J Shearer G G Rey McOaff to Last Friday the i Hones passed 184 private pension bills making 900 for the session There are more to follow EnCongressman Jerry Simpson says if Mrs Nation is not stopped in her wrecking business that Kan sas will be turned into a terrible and bloody rebellion Old Virginia is fixing for trou ble making a new Constitution It would be well for her legisla tors to look at the changed condi tion of this State since her Consti tutiou was remoddled The friends of Judge A M J Cochran are making a fight in his interest against Congressman Pugh for the new Federal Judgeship ap pointraent They will go to Wash ington in great numbers- d The bill appropriating 5000 000 for the St Louis Exposition- n has been favorably reported to the House and Speaker Henderson- y has promised that it shall be vo ted upon which is equivalent to a promise of its passage The possibility of an extra ses atoll of Congress to deal with th Cuban question was discussed by the Cabinet last week Attention was called to a paragraph in the Presidents message by which he is said to still stand firmly That paragraph said in substance that Cuba would not be turned over to the Cubans until the United States was certain as to the Constitution In other words the Constitution must suit the United States first- t and then the Cubans The Republican part of the Ten neB see Legislature recently adopt ed resolutions endorsing Senator Beveridge of Indiana for Presi 3dent of these United States Wells Mr Beveridge is a shrewd man but it seems very strange that Tennessee Republicans should fibsewas President he would move qhe capitalcity to East Tennessee Brownloe has pulled Congress longer stronger and more successfully than any man in America This action of Tennessee Republi is a case of ingratitude QRADYVILLE Rev Hulse filled his regular appointment last Sunday and gave us an excellent sermon L S Smith spent several days last week in Metcalfe county looking after stock Mrs C Wilmore and her daugh ter Miss Ada spent a day or so Columbia last week Mr H C Walker wife and daughter spent a day or so the first the week visiting relatives at BlissMasters Nat Walker Jim Diddle Austin and Jim Wilmore spent Saturday night visiting H Walker and wife a Dr L C Nell is spending a few ays in Cumberland county this week looking after his interest as candidate Miss Clara Wilmore spent lastD Saturday and Sunday visiting Miss Lena Grissom at Bliss Miss Kate Walker accompanied her Mother John Lee spent last Sunday visiting relatives at Nell Miss Mollie Hunter spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses and Effie Bradshaw Misses Emma Browning and Annie Dohoney of Milltowti were guest of Mrs R L Cld ell last week Mr W T Moore of Cane Vala was in our midst one day last Uncle Billie don change fast looks as young as be did 10 years ago when he was one of us J A Diddle lost a goodmule last week Peter Lonney bought 75 burfiels corn from Wilmore tC MOBS at per bushel Mrs Hattie Eubaut of ColiimJ spent a few days of last week relatives and friends our city I Prof P C McCaJlree M returnedj Cumberland county t J the week where he will takeup music class againQDr W L Turk and wife of Gallion Ala are visiting relatives in this community at this timer Miss Amanda Asper and Mrs W L Grady are confined to that rooms with grippe Medaris Bros of Glensfork were ere last week looking after stock cattld D J Schooling the wellknown and successful insurance man of this section of the county was shaking hands with his friends hire last week and informed us that he would locate in a short time at Liberty and work Case county for insnrauce Mr W W Bingham the well known plusician of this part o f the conitv wits with ns one day last wee and informed us that he expected to move in a few days near Picketts mill on Russell creek The move will put tlm Dr nearer the center of his practice IUncle Creel Yates one ofo r oldest and best citizens is to nis room this week Miss Maggie Bragg a little daughter of Mrs Diddle Bragg is very sick at this date with whoop coughWe of no farmers in this section who have done more work during the winter months than A T Sherrill and his son Logan They have prepared 7 acres ofnew ground almost ready for cultiva tionMr Dan Curd the uptodate salesman of Robinson Norton Co of Louisville spent Saturday night and Sunday in our town Mr Curd created a little excitement by driving in with four hor see hooked to his drummers wag on all apparently heavy loaded He informed ns that he was so heavy loaded and the roads so bad that he found it a great conven ience in getting over the country with plenty of power Messrs James Compton and E Rowe made a business trip to our town one day last week in a vehic cle and just as they were crossing the creek coming into town their conveyance come uncoupled letting them down in the water anywhere from two to four feet deep Mr Compton says he is not in the habit of using profane language The public must pardon him for saying dam that old buggyG Died on the 6th Mrs Nancy S Barnes wife of Mr Nim Barnes in her 65th year She had been a sufferer for over thirty years She was a Christian in the truest sense strict member of the Btptist church Her last days were her happiest She leaves a husband and several children to mourn their loss of a companion and dear Tho funeral services were conducted by Revs Wilson tRoach her remains interred in the family burying ground at her home Died on the Oth Mrs Leslie Mooneyham of consumption Born to the wife of W S Pick = ett on the 4tha daughter Blown to Atoms The old idea that the body sometimes needs a powerful drastic purga five pill has been exploded for Dr Kings New Life Pills wnlch are per harmless gently stimulate liver nd bowels to expel poisonous matter cleanse the system and absolutely cure Constipation and Sick Headache Only 25c at T E Paulli drug store I hobbled Into Jr lackmon1 drug store one evening says Wesley Nelson of Hamilton Ga and he asked me to try Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism with which I had suffered for a long time I told him I hat no faith in any medicine as they all felled He said Well If Chard berlains Pain Balm does not help you you need not pay for it I took a bottle of it home and used it accord- Ing to the directions and in one week was cured and have not since been troubled with rheumatism Sold bytlCravens Vt Miles Tarrlitt kiMModes rasp BiU Four The BnHalo Route TO Expositionr1901 Best Line to Indianoplls Peoria and CHICAGO Information cheerfully furnished on app cation at City Ticket g Four Route No Fourth Ave or write to S J GATES Gen Agt Louisville Ky 4r COLUMBIA Jo YtxnGampDellsville Stage Line 0GOOD STOCK COMFORTABLE STAGE SAFE DRIVER e Courteous Attention to Passengers Teave Cum1la a m and nalcs tonrc Campbrlld le train Dally cscpt SunOiiy CalU a Uarcum Ho tel promptly attended to cs need 8 Miller GEORGE LEE Prop PARSON MOSST CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 7We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order Ve hav been in the business for 23 years an know how to do work Our prices arc as low and terms as reasonable- as any firstclass mechanics We evi- ltake country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co LIVE STOGK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 1554 Light shipping 4 2545 Best butchers 4 004 25 Fair to good butchers 3 503 90 Common to medium btchr 2 753 50 nOGs Choice packipg and butch ers 200 to 300 lbs 5 30 Fair to good packing 160 to 200tt s 525 Good to extra light 120 to 160 tbs 20 SHEEP AND to extra shipping Sheep 3 003 50 Fair to good 2 503 00 Common to medium 2 00a2 50J SHEET IRON STOVES AND Tin Ware Manufactured BY T t tf DGEOfl SON Cane Valley KiNET PRICE LISTI AIR TIGHT STOVES length Price rOln 2in in 2 in 310 Common Drum Stove in t2 Bin 285 in 250 Stove PipesJ53l in in 1k- bin Elbows fiX in B1 wa m iifllc4 Blacksmiths + AND Woodwiorlkerr Columbia Ky I ampjrepared to do all kinds 6f work In my line and if you nixed re pairing done on your Wagons BUggies- or Farm Implements remember me keep for sale wagon am Buggy rims spokes and11kinds of bolts My prices are rfghthacJs fFfctbnjuarttatc1d hire a n lOTSSELiLi SPRINGS HOTEH tiKIMBLE KY e Is now open for the public the year round It is a hrge build ing as the picture in dicates and is run In every ooo Pro EL HUGHES COMPANY F WHOLESALE SASH z c DOORS I BLINDS NGS1jF r l now Lumber Warehouse we have corn OUR situated on the railroad is well stocked with all of Lumber Lath and Shingles SEED MILLER Agents Columbia Ky o 0 oleer sbutOtcabem 5ieenslnuG Ike jfacult 0 GEO W PECK B S Principal Charge of Teacher Course and Science KEV THEODORE HUNTER D 1 RhetoricdEUGENE HUBBARD Arithmetic Physiology and Geography I1IR8 GEO W Primary MISS Piano anti Spring term opens 7 1901 to continue five months All grades included Special pains taken in fitting teachers for Tuition Good board in private families from 200 to 300 per week roomy and Fine piano and the Write for Address all communications to GEO W PECKCREENSBURG ICY W T STEPHENS u 0I DEALER IX Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes I aso a of CLOTHINGCan I have a niceline of MILLINERY on ELKHORN KENTUCKY RO KUBEL Tn ItUBBL U13Eu OTflE1S0 Successor to Falls Buggy Top Manufacturers of and Dealers in all kinds of Vehicles Buggy Tops and CUSHIONS Write Catalogue NO 142 St LOUISVILLE kY- rJCIr J rr A JsTrJJ l PROPRIETORS OF Lebanon s MarDIe Worts1 LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of AN tfARBLB GRANITE f Il1Dml IIIpRIcm3 LQW VvORK GUARANTEED y given to work Prices less than ever offered before We are to all kinds of masonry work such as foundations Ifronts etc WOI F JEFFRIES JTJbcftl Agent Ky t GTBLACKLEV trareline commodious firstclass particular VAUGHAN GRAHAM which just being kinds Dressed Arithmetic Algebra PROF History PECK PEARF JONES Organ January examination reasonable Building convenient comfortable organln building catalogue keep large stock hands 13 For East Plain W R THE Special attention cemetery prepared Columbia s D nuRST Independent Tobacco Warehouse s 1T BLACKLEY HURST CO AUCTION SALES 3ATT5r REURRNS PROMPTLY MADE v 1119 to 1125 W Main St LOUISVILLE 1mYf 3SXFotfrUTark Your llluls INEPRNDBNT ilOUSBi i T PERSONAL MENTION Mr J H Judd spent last Sunday at home Mr T A Murrell is at Burns this week Mr and Mrs Tim Bradshaw about well Mr T R Stults who bas been qu tetiesick is improving Mr Robt Carson of Phil was town last week Mr Jo Fussell Jr reached Columbia last Friday night Mrs W W Jones was quite sick several days of last week Mrs W E Bradshaw has been qu sick with lagrippe Mrs C H Murrell was on the sick list several days of last week Mr and Mrs R F Paull who we reInquite sick last week are improving Mrs William Butler who was taken violently ill last week is much better M A R Barbees condition remai about the same He is a very sick man Messrs Allen Sandidge and WwomOwsley Jr Burksville were here yesterday Mrs W L Turk of Gallion Ala accompanied her husband to this county L beMrcitizens has been quite sick for several days Mr Dink Wilkinson Casey county loork Mr E T Willi who has been sick he for the past three weeks is able to beand about town Miss Carrie Hatcher returned Breeding last week accompanied Miss Lyda Simpson Miss Lyda Simpson was taken quite au sick upon her return home from th IsOnplace last week- ancMrscate lady has baen unusually feeble j for several weeksMrJudge W W Jones was taken sick at Tompkinsville and returned home got before his court adjourned Mr J T Barbee Jr who has been foron an extended visit to Elizabetbtown blc returned home last Saturday night Dr W L Turk of Gallion Ala visiting his parents Mr and Mrs W C Turk who reside near Bliss this lo county Mr N H W Aaron States Attor for ney in this district spent last Sunday afternoon in Columbia on his return from Tompkinsville vllle Mr John N Murrell has improv very much from a recent attack ofbl oftown Messrs John and Flowers Parish j Sellie Young and Conrad Strang- Burksville were visiting in Columbia last Sunday- S Mr Talmage Smith of Louislille 0 who is here in the tobacco busin quite sick at the Marcum hotel I Wact week His father was with himTIJ f several daysuninMrsy has been visiting here for several weeks I started on her return trip yesterday ask isbGrissom ofStateMr Forest Dohoney an industrious pox young man of this county left for Pilot tient Point Texas Monday morning where he will permanently locate We trust that he may be successful in Uncling was ready employment even Mr O B McCaffree son of Mr R McCaffree concluded last week to ti his fortune in another State and Mon day morning he left for Royse CI f thehisr LOCAL JOTTINGS 5About two inches of snow fell here Sunday nightpulServices at the Baptist church nex Sundaymorning and night will their The Twice a week CourierJournal ger and Adair County News 150 per year on Te Columbia Band elected a new set 1orofficers last friday nightand furl herMrssteps were taken to secure a teacher ian Mr W S Barker and his assistants aremaklngpreparatrons to give a first about class entertainment it the next few week daysmljMessrs Bascum Garnett L C oilday itsloners citItl It will cost you three dollarsMa When you visit Louisville stop at Miss tfce New Phoenix Hotel Firstclass 55 1 tare and well located corner of 7th was I Market Streets Nona Cabell opened her soh oolmember with twenty pupils She took JMrs others this week and will ultTb have a full school dist by officials prepared to do all kinds the r Of printing for stockmen Can furnish cards posters or folders at the lowest prices est JToroto A ring nearColumbia The ower can receive it by proper desc rip thick fen and payment for notice by calling have itt8fs bmtc they BIG SENSATION T L Humble of Kim idebte Sues His Wife Lrefor a Divorce Claims that tie Was Poisoned byof AccusestllsinWife of Adultery SENSATIONTALK OF THE IOU andtcIe talk of the people of Russell countyI but it has been largely discussed in Co lumbia during the past few days order to get at what the public knows concerning the sensation a News man had an interview with a gentleman who resides at Kimble and a business man of Jamestown gather Stn5sensational poisoning tbat ever hap pB MrancellentstaudiugdaughterotMrJotD e countytlor ears ago Humble wooed and won Miss Isa Irvine their main comfort being YtItmonths Dr F A Taylor had beenyc seen frequently about the Humble res ideucu and his movements were closely watched and it was predicted that would ultimately separate Humble his wife Mr Humble was taken sick on Sun day night and the Saturday before Dr and arrangedby to w log Wednesday but he did not put inThe appearancebtSunday Mr Humble drunk sometu milk and at once became violently ill went to bed His little girl was given a portion of the milk throw it into spasms For several days Humble was in a precarious lion almost totally blind When up he proclaimed that he had be hetowndivorce It is said that Mr Hum and many of his neighbors belie Caveisfirst reported he had gone to Monticel for Florida but a later statement is that he bought a ticket at Somerset St Louis He is a physician of some wealth and a few years ago en gaged in a shooting scrape at Minton Casey county over a mans wife ties wasein says m has not recovered from the effects the poison and ij is predicted th will ultimately kill hl1Imtra eCARD FROM DR ROWE jack farm JAMESTOWN KY ture JJBB 8th 1901 day Newsersnoticed in your last weeks Issue of News an article stating that 1 had myself and left my clothingfro the schoolhouse at Jamestown after I had been exposed to the disease of smallpox I respectfully that you do me the favor to pub in the columns of The News the wing viz I as one of the utlice rsWe the board of health of this count a patient afflicted with small but was not near enough to the p to expose my clothing and it w aslow decfded by Dr FJannagan who accom panicd me to visit said patient that it nut necessary for us to unrobe wo to fumigate our clothing aft returning home but taking all pre tiyse soty so hotthosea thing of nothing and who Inghereartercaused to have the above article bOJpublicexpose and endanger the public wi smallpox can rest assured if th keep themselves clean and bet dieMr tongues they will be in no dan and of catching smallpox and will be yule better terms with mankind J S ROWE M D Miss Pattie C Johnston Dead The death of this estimable Chin t lady was not a surprise to her many friends of this community who stood her bedside for more the the nIle hoping praying that her be spared But all earthly efforts were unavailing and last Thurs night at 730 her soul went to meet God deceased was the widow of MrTLI I Johnston who was a prominent of this county and who d ledClerk years ago She was a native county her maiden name bei tative Pattie C Cass She was aboutwould years old and throughout her lifeof known as a good neighbor a truecleat friendY good a devoted of the Methodist church great interest in religious work funeral scrvlces were conducted Rev Jesse L Murfell at the Metho church In this city lastiFriday tad remains Interred in the city fietae W ZIsympathy It is reported that candidates are so T in Casey county that stave men G quit felling trees fearful that wfil Kill a man WaNrED1000 feet poplar framing and 17000 No1 chestnut shingles at once Murrell McLean Miss Lena Hurt entertained 1youn people in her neighborhood havpresentwas passed Wash Page an honest colored m this county was bereft of a grown last Saturday night She was a victim of consumptloDI HeAninRThethis giving the doctors statement to the public There is a good tide in Cumberland river and millions of staves are being shipped to market A great deal of lumber is also being shipped to Nash vine Mr and Mrs W S Barker had eral couples at their cozy home last Saturday evening The music very much enjoyed and the ere otherwise happily entertainedr Hugh K Walker bought a fu PalaD Log a and will receive him sometlm weekaI have been waiting for you to come and settle If you do not come at once may expect a statement or a per dun I need the and If owe me I mean youeW L W ALKEItnl Mr W S Hart who Is attending college at Bowling Green writes ti News that all the Adair and Russelleach county boys are getting along nicelytr are progressing rapidly with theirfr studies activity in the stave business we and prizing tobacco the furnlIb factory and other enterprises too life numerous to mention will certain make money more plentiful in Coluin hlatrreisu endhecomaQngthe on all goods WALKER jeer ten yeear City for 315000 He was a go odlessuu onea nd this is the highest price patdmake a 2yearold horse in this town forFhc many yearstrAn Iowa woman is making prepara door tions to marry for the ninth time There are communities and commanl that would be pleased to have a reccipe for her manner of conducting but courtships stop ddater land five head of horses one ex door good milk cow also a nice young numerous articles used ou the the household and kitchen burn i thy except that disposed of before of sale Saturday 23rd Feb G W MURRAH Montpelier J fulTheHillsboro Texas stating that lieboygreats for City Secretary The non i nation is equivalent to an electioncl1 understand that Mr W A Bak Fork son1y who lives n Vawith consumption at his home In Texasingsplcnurdid line thaterueudcinct a very desirable atmbusiness Hurt to cowpletlonhisa Clyde a little son of Mr F M Breed good Glasgowhad the misfortune to the an arm broken one day last week years ubwhlleatplap The father of the little and is a native of Adair county a sou to r Wash Breeding the Charley Cleaver of SpringHe Idready Miss Edna Daniels of rador were married in Jeffersonvillc peace vIIzelbIrTona McBeath a native of patlumbla 1Ourto1Greensburg thenessand to thenessmeCentertainment eveningthlE M Blakeman Circuit Co a rtmarriages of Green informed our rePres CONn a few days ago that there ben full docket at the next termbur court Mr Blakeman is a very effiforI officer and when court opens everything his department will be in shapeAdgenandReligious Services The following ministers will pre theTS Dudgeon Jerlco dylhg robeeWJOProckPieasntVlew JF Roach Prices Creek IHnffaker Pleasant Hill shoes Wlon I CaoeValityx11 While The stave business has been nunsuul ly active in Columbia for the past two weeks Buyers from a distance h lutherep1stt e headquarters in New York New Orleans has been on theI grounds for ten days Up to last Sat anurday night he had contracted with Hurt Stults for seven hi thirtyfiveered at Campbelsville and Burnside will remain in Columbia der month and expects to buy ma inmore thousands representative McCoy Co who arc doing business in Tyrone Ky came in last Saturday and purchased one baud thousand Lots in less numbers have been sold to other parties It n looks like the local firm will soon have all they own on their various yai sold The recent sales will bring ginmade some money There is a ettlngdiu order to bring a good price indAssoeunto man who marrleth in the days of youth for whatsoever a man cuter tin that shall he also reap It has u SecretaryTreasurer a heads are printed in green on relight weight white bond and sents a nice appearance It is notThe necessary to mention its officers a ndmurk Mremember of the association will if to the organization tvlthdr atvcell the society of the young lads eslent Some of our best young men are memo SObersare puzzled to know why lb bind themselves to live a sin Iarte until the ripe age of 45 years stiIs these young men have a h hmtheir own interests good of the fair seadresRev T F Walton took for his at Sunday night the parable of thewill Virgins who went out to meet the bridegroom drawing a very forcible They were all commanded ready for the brilliant occasion of them gut lamps had th e mbeenaud pcenteredwas shut The other five appear edselvtoISenter and kiss the bridegrooms feet the door was shut So it is with sinful men who stiffneth their met their cars to the entreaties oft Gospel A day will come when t will be shut to outer again opened unto them The present is day of salvation Prepare to meet God To the Adair County Court M Williams and others respect petition undersigned petitioners won respectfully represent that Us for pub convenience and public good that dividing line between VhitoOak Little Cake votiug precincts bosu as to run as follows viz ginning is at the point where Butt erri empties into Sulphur Fork Butlccis Allcrea to the Columbia and Suet cr road at Widow ilclloberts exclud her thence with Columbia and Somerset road to tbe Bussell county Wherefore the petitioners pray said change in said voting pre be made and for all proper relief ed Last Sunday at 10 a m Mr Wm S departed this life the cause of death bultjgpneunioula fever 0myto few days from the enjoyment of health to the cold embrace of lo grave Mr Hurt was fifty uu old and was a hard working man a good citizen He once belon the Methodist church but at time of his death was no tan active member However ho seem to be for tbe great change and when rivedsr in an hur him Iu this death a gaud citl is lost to Adair county and the tioJIllgc ws TIs scarcely a roan living out of but could give a newspaper an of interest every time he comes to city if he would take the trouble do so Too many think because know of an IJccurencelti no news other people The other day we at a friend and asked him if he knew anything of a local nature Not apr said he Nu deaths births trades said the News man nothing at all Oh well a duel linghouse and all its contents gut in my neighborhood night be lust day hers Pneumonia has been very fatal in county during the winter A tleman Informed us Sunday that met Rev WT Dudgeon a few days tachat iu Cane Valley country In tiro last weeks every one of tile subjects with pneumonia TAbere have n number of deaths in other sec to of the aunty have a lot of mens custom made in Coin toes regular price 3 00 will sell them at 150 per pair they lustcome and see then 1VALkit tt I will close all winter sulfa over coats pen ts at cost Also a lot of ex avetragood Mackintoshes and duck coats at actual cost WALKKK Alter rehearsing the funeral Queen Victoria for three days hearsehorses balked in the procession just as ir thy were hauling any other mortal clay and their places were Intaken by 130 sailors Rehearsing funeral is something that is permitted only to royalty without snickering photograg35 years old 4 offeet 10 Inches tall Capt A A Pow e 7 feet 3i Inches tall The t men met at hotel in Greeusburg h attractedemany jieope to their presence Mr FlamIWDrFATayto reporhasledwas 2j MugCasey county Acy fired several sh at Taylor Taylor returned the shooting Acy In the leg Mr J V White of this place re calved a letter from his son Ionttwho enlisted in the 47th regiment a Islamhisone day last week stating he was d charged from the army on account of disabilities last October lie did say what ras the matter nor when would leave the Islands for the Stint early opening of Spring will the beginning of the erection of W A Coffeys residence Che contract has been let to W C Mur and J L McLean who are excel mechanics The plan for ti residence is said to be new and hand and when the structure has be completed it will be the most attract humL ill tbccith Sbg a and tin store iu this place meta very serious accident one day last sheetirona a cutrsevere Dr Buss sed the wound and the patient is now gelling a long very nicely but be several days before he will ha use of his hand alumtohbeeuin almost every family and ma ons continue to suffer Iris ad disease and those who are alit take especial care of the es It is said to be as contagious small pox and when the lungs be come involved more difficult to cure LOLt11CnCChe attebed who desire to see bite on buiuts c givenhearing ho a calculate upon having bills printcdwc advise them to have their manuscript ready sicdone of the proprietors of the 0lumbin1rufFurniture Company will reuse t this place provided In can ili p se hisproorriyatGreetisijurj Mr My uuu fnterpnsirii vntLiiiiiii aud would bo glad he uouti UCMUU resident of Columbia Our town is steadily growing and en lung will the best business point in all Utiss rcbei1dint lion of the State Again the members of the Columbia Bund have wade good rsulves A meeting was held last Friday nightat and officers for the ensuing year elect WlPlcewasoltcleciPrtsldentmand effort will now be made to select a g instructor and it will nutbcsurl rls hear souiGgOMi music iu the near future Every mau in this town nu g give this bund some material assi stClerkauce Below I will offer you a few prices gallonLttu3 Ib can Tomatoes lOc Extra Good can Corn lOc 31b earn Apples lOc Heavy Brown Domestic yd Good Calico 4c Childrens Union Suits lOc Mens medium weight Drawers g godRev nllosliens Duck Leggins long Womens Union Suits 25c Cotton Blankets pair Lot Buys heavy Shoes 3 and 4JOe Womens extra good shoes at a bar jjain prices Lot of fens aud WOl1cIIsoeJshoes a bargain All kinds produce bought at market Bring me your liens WALKER COMMERCIAL CLUB dry The executive Committee met Mon night Feb 11 1901 with four mem present this W F Jeffries W D Junes 1Eandwith a committee from Russell county weinWIpikefcsCreekCS lintels W D JOnes and A n pe Billiard were tb prepare blanks to marl merchants to show the amount tot both freight that was brought into this las country during the past year A H BALLARD Sechel Qultea number front this place will A attend circultconrtat Jamestown next tills jilTncTily L The propriety of org nlznjr a lorge of the Knightsuf Macaix will be dls idayout everybody- of thelleputy Marshal Huliitkld says he was not making a raid on mnonshin ers at the time of the batlJc In Letcher erraSimons who is wanted iu West Virginia for murder townSaturdaypurpose of changing the dhldln pvowsltheAdairt amJAMESTOWN placeayMr Willie Owen of Junction Ci tYatvisiting his uncle Mr r P terson last week r V G Logan of Nancy was the of M r G F Jones last wekIorslifss Ethyl Patterson Is visiting rel a lives In Lincoln county Mr Vincent Dockery has been very sick but is now thought to be out of danger dlie and Mrs W L Dome have ismuted to their home on Albany street Miss Sal lie Patterson has been con grippehevisitingesof havehC1Ifor the past year have moved to town Miss Bosa Hayes who has been con islsSenenthis place is progressing nicely Misses Olga Gann and Boxy Falken ire suffering with sore ar caused from acclnationh CeathomeL erIIi with a carbuncle nn her band YOFrank Falkcnburg was quite si weekitItbinhis sll c aCu albcsyhadanhis l agochas cekmA G Junes since the recent rairiS has been Gilled back lo the boat EDMONTON Spant In1unist gur this week Bev J C Johnson and wife Miss hose Yowell and Rev Vanhoy have just closed a series of meetings at atIonsdid a great goudbcThompson and Hestand report coalingof iu 3ersc was quite a willabellhave his completed in a short time Mr J A Hamilton Jr Mr J W Barton and Miss Matlie Coleman are attending school at Bowling Green Mr U C Yates is attending school Lexington Ky The Democratic County Committee at the Court House Saturday Feb ticketMud for grfuRfMOScott h6Sherilf J W Jamesonb l1JailorAssessor W C Stork Supt J II Manner surveyor It W Love Magistrate 1st Dist J D Anderson 2nd District Boston Constable 1st Dist J M Williams nail district II M Mitchell The Republicans make their nouiina lion by primary March 16 1901 Van Roy has moved to his wrkfur has made ninny friends here buPELLWheat is looking very well In thisCneighborhood The fly liar not m udctrade haElllstTIsplendid crmillMr chinpel Mr Dollago Bubarts will open goods store at this place In oearfuture this Miss Minnie Jones was visiting her be brother Mr J D Jones of Duuville week Willie Rubarts of Casey con Mrs Nannie Hullett of this place married by Bev TJ Ellis last evening The couple willranked in Casey county May t6elrmother through life be long aa3 prosbOl when Mr Willie Ellis and Miss Belle Price of Casey county were married Its Thursday S S Fecsa of Columbia was Sunday relief number of the young people of attended a social at Mr L T CatitEibells fits Wijdueitfay Vifghl cry CANE VALLEY Born to the wlfts of Tack Baulb a pound daughter February EB Wilson shipped a car load of poultry last week a Miss Cleo Henri riokson Was visiting the family of J E Bice in Taylor county last week Ceewere Here Sunday Mr W U Junes celebrated his 58t- halnhersulastSatUldll S H Mr R T Dudgeon who has been m rlcinp his humeatSt Marys fur tits four months returned home last Miss Ethel Dohouey who has been v sitink in McKinney Texas for thep st six niinths returned home last week Mr Geo Johnston visited his wilt Anchorage last week tSTOKESThe people of this locality are very tbemaid a enttosrn and Columbia would he reallyenhanced if this hike cowM be builtA few arcJakiugA great many hogs have bought amt sold in this vcintty in the last few works The ruling price has been 4ic saleherre curtly at fair prices thisiahaIDgan aretiator TONT MILL SThe smallpox scare in this neighbor 4 onlytwoWhen the weather LsMitable farm put in all Uuir time breaking corn r uiuJ buyekuicschantsitd thousands of dozens this Vinter arc nmt of the cases of smallpox ueuii ud no jurors and witness vtil bo suaiuiDued in this immediate ortion Iitbc ioun J he general benlthof tine people in this iocalily is gouu CRElLSBOUO lnsiucss has bow qultu active as weekdetire Thereisaguudisal reasonable Jr igii rues J here h no serious sickness ii our midst The latiripiitj has teen quite prevalent Quito a number of our citizens will the oi enin ot Or tit Court at next Momisy Como of our citizens are summoned on the juri s created1st6e1aere is plenty of cent on the river but there is little detuund fur KIA1BLE upllrliverybullless A B Foley and J C Acres were in Coiimbla a few days ago Mr George Warren is suffering a at deal with his wounded legtweather wakes It hard on The attention of the grand jury will called to several thing that have pened about the Springs recently It is hoped that the bachelors of Adnir will conclude to hold their gather ug hero this suiuuier Everything in our uower would be done to cuter tarn the crowd Tine water is splendid and chickens will be plentiful LULA The weather has been so disagreeable the past week that there has been little stir in the local markets There are ssme hogs and cattle forsale it will take yofid money to buy as they are hi tine Ux A Snow is always ready for a and duriug the last two months handled some excellent a ck are other traders who are yen successful In the last six weeks a great many and turkeys have been ship to market from this point Inritecorn season Ifitshould turn our to dull on the market we can use lit fattening hogs and cattle Exileatyyear o of poor sufferers whose lungs arc sore and with coughs are urged to go to climate But this Is costly and always sure Dont bo an exllo Dr Kibgs New Dlstibvery for Consulnpllbn will euro you tt hum the most infalllolc medicine for Coughs Co jl and all Thro3tand Lung diseases on earth The first dose brings Astounding cures result from persistent use Trial bottles free at EgauU Price 50c and 8100 Ev guaranteed Democrats Take Notice On the fourth Saturday in February you are requested to meet at 1 oclock P M at your respective voting pre cincts and elect a committeeman to represent your pre cinct in the county commit tee This call does not apply tothe precinct tit obv alt the call made in December The county committee must b e complete and all precincts that fail to elect will Jiavc one appointed JNiM Jhr Demr STATE NL v s Ham Jackson was found dead at his home near Milton Caldwell county has fiftyseven candi dates for the various county offices The twoyearold daughter of A E Smith at Paducah was choked to death by a walnut kernel While hauling lops Charles Rfl wards of Mercer county way killn hv rolling oil a wagon and falling in jl Guy Burdettc n yonmr d of Davies county died as the result of a blow received while wrestling with a Lancaster Edward Minor was shot three times and seriously wound ed by Circuit Clerk William H Hamilton Masked robbers went to thehome of Sam Newsoms an invalid merchant in Pike county and forced him to give up 32200 Charles Hicks of CClhoon was found dead on the road near Louisville II he had fallen from his wagon and wa election on local option at Or bin resulted in a victory for the saloon en Corbin has been a dry town oneight years but blind tigers have nourished all the time Mary Heitt wife of Ed Heitt was kindling a tire with kerosene on a shan ty baat below Maysville when the can exploded The boat was burned up and the womaa was burned to death er James Herndon of near ISeedmore a Uicholis county claims the distinction of being the oldest living ierson in Kentucky He was 103 years of age the 7th day of last month having been born January 7 1798 HIt is such juries as this that make fur tile all efforts to suppress vice was the way Judge Barker character ized a verdictof not guilty against Abe to Roberts charged with conducting a disorderly Louse in Louisville W T Phillips farmer of Mercer county died last Friday of pneumonia His wire who was appar ently well lay nown on the bed beside him the day before awl died in ten minutes Both were buried in one grave CiAtton was shot and killed hy Ora Fcr u son who was resisting arrest for d py orderly conduct Ferguson was also fatally shot both men firing siiuul taneously and died about an hour after the shooting It is stated that Mrs Carrie Nation ty the famous saloon wrecker of Kansas was born in Woodford county She a was Carrie Moore daughter of George Moore who once lived on a fare be tween Midway and Versailles In her rgirlhOod she was a schoolmate of Sen S Blackburn At IIanly Jessamine county Bu Legrand a negro twenty years of age concealed himself under a bed at tbeni residence of Daniel Combs his employ er an attempted to assault Mrs CombsWI The frightened woman lied to theto house of a neighbor and a party of men arrested Logranc and carried him to the the NIcholasvillo Jill While arranging her toll Jt Miss M Edith Wiloon of Louisa almost ls her life In leaning oYIt1lnct Itlrri ginlaidmoment Ierhair was iMiv Ioneilln flames But for the efforisof her moth er the yound ladys lifts would hat been lost Her mother wasserlousl burned The Louisville Republicans hat e for caught the Post of that city andean let it go The Post is making life had miserable for some of the Republica all leaders who are not willing los e a new convert assume the role of boss you The saloon keepers of tiicky cir breathe frey fvgt Mr lag tidn says sh i iJr fVy KjjV I4 sasunttri iiiilrJehops there t ii t i a If you will need anyth ig in tIll above line we are prepared to furnish you Can print cards folders or posters and at the lowest figures WAYNE COUNTY SteubenviHo The farmers of this vicinity sir waking n great ellort in preparing their eoil for the incoming season There are several nice neigheborhood Business of all kinds is encour aging not much loafing going on Meesre Darrity Carrel who carry a nice lino of general mer chuidise are doing a nice busi icss and selling lots of goods Quarterly meeting at the Meth odist church last Saturday and Sunday Elder Jesse L Murrell ua present and while the weath was very disagreeable there was good congregation both days anl tho preaching seemed to be very much enjoyed by all present The Baptist of this place will begin a series of meetings the sec ond Sunday in Feb Rev David ton of McKinney in the lead The commercial men dnot fat look after their interests in this section There a number in town Monday it Icingcounty court Mr E M Tones and yHwlao 8hiivoUayne county haying told tdr possessions hero to li Mc But f dweekThey contemplate making Kansas ty Mo or thereabout thou fu ture abiding place The peopl hopstheir oldage The school here under the man jIis a grand sucress Mr Morrow is a firstclass gentleman nudI fine instructor The young ladies of L ckets Chapelchurch are making ono united effort in raising moue t send the Gospel to the heathen lauds They are progressing nice collectionsd Elder Murrell preached Sunday at the lIethodist church in Mouticollo A largo congregation present Bro Murrell seems have a host of friend on the MouliivUIo work ho having been former pastor Rev U G Foot pa tor of thf E Church South Olustnut acetof meftingn ut Dlolitct Il be ning Monday night utter th Sunday in February- s I hobbled into Ji lack won Weilcyhe asked me to try Chamberlains Pain Balm rheumatism with which I had su feted for a long time I told him I no faith in any medicine as they tailed Herald Well if Cham berlainslPainiBalm does not help yon need nqt pay for it I took a bottle of it bQiiie and used ft accord to the directions and in one week was cured and have not since been ivjth rhflumaWsui jtld by is iaJ1eU5 Trn tors Both Mark Twain aud former Prosi dent Harrison have heretofore been regarded as excellent 5 of the American citizenproud their country jealous for its good name solicitous that its Governs went shall remain true to tho principles of liberty upon whit it was founded It is becoming sadly certain however that the great philosopherhumorist and the publican exPresident of the Unit ed States are placing themselves in the catagory of traitors undo r the McKinley definition They dare to deny that McKinley is do ing Gods will in enslaving or else slaughtering a little people who aspire to freedom They rn fuse ru sanction our surrender t tho British policy tit robbing weuk er nations in the name of the Almighty This is a great pity for Murk Twain aunt for Mr Harrison The grim and savage humor with which Twain tells the truth of the hypocrisy of Mr McKiuleys be uevoleut assimilation POSB and the delicate satire of Mr Harri seas unmasking of thw curut sauce ofudlnwstrmtnaat gn which growa withtv v i of tho noiiwa u tllH llCCf l IiC will by the ltrhi4rubbing cannot iut zC II gentlemen lutj u iu truth too plainly And teilihg tlu tuUii these duys id treason Itiaaiwv treason when the rulers offs na tion are guilty of sins couceriiiig which they do riot with th trot to be told Mark Twain timid btHarrison are traitor J r atch tho Idituriut cotuinn 11cKialey organs arid see f ore not denounced us silnha Louis Republic Danger of Curds and Liagripno oThe greatest danger from colds and lagrippe is their resulting in pnuuin alasIf reasonable care is used how ever and Chamberlains Cough Rem dy taken all danger will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for these dls eases we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that it is u certain preventive of that dangerous malady It will cure a cold or an a tack of lagrippe in less time than nui other treatment It Is pleasant and safe to tufts For sale by M Cravens who guarantees every bottle of Cham ncfund the money to anyone Who Is atisfied t attar using twothirds of tlu contents This is the best remedy in the world for lagrippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough andis pies sant and sate to take It prevents any pnetn C F Bodes a JdlieV Ill saloon keeper swallowed his false teeth and died in consequence The oldest man In the world it has been discovered is a Russian who 130 years of age and the oldestwo iSI1 Mrs Nancy Holllfield of Batts Creek M1chwho la 117 u indorsement of Politician Pugh Irhe Eastern Kentucky District of the Democratic members of the Kentucky concessional dele a fflan is unquestionably good fellowship and probably good politics but it is bad law and worse patriotism Pugh was cutout for a County Judge and like lithe baby cattish that grew uy in a castaway jug he has never expanded sufficiently to burst his environment uCatarrh Cannot bo Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the sease Catarrh is a blood or constitu tional disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and ucta directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by out of the best physicians in this coun try fur years aud is a regular prescrip thou It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best bood utifltrs acting directly on the mu nius surfaces The perfect combina nun of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials tree F J CHENEY CO Props Tfpdoo Sold by druggists price tFuottvPUiartlHbest rr llitl fiisUip s rnuili lt tlie JoV muurts aggregating 270000000 onequarter Govern ment piiternalism and threequarters ivkss piratical raid on the public rGtsury Mr J Richardson had a running sore on his leg for twenty years Tried doctors and medicines without end or any permanent good Mr L B Nun tMv drugjist Hartford Iowa rec- UKi d Morleys Sarsaparilla and lure the cause of the sure aud niKf it heal from the inside A few iril KOtircd hin leg und put him in bettor health than he has been in for 20 years Ask your druggist When the army bill becomes a law the president will have the appoint incut of 3814 officers including a lieu tenant general tour major generals nine brigadier generals 870 staff offi vets The claim of other cough medicines to be as good as Chamberlains are ef fectually set at rest in the following testimonial of Mr C D Glass an em tpluyc of Bartlett Dennis Co Gardi nor Me He says I had kept adding tot cold and cough in the winter of lt 97 trying every cough medicine I hoard of without permanent help un ail one day I was in the drug store of MrIIoulehan and he advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and offered to pay back my money if I was not cured My lungs and bronchial tubes were very sore afTtuis time but I was completely curpd by this remedy and have since always turned to it when I got a cold and soon find relief I always recommend it to my friends and am glad to say it is the best of all cough medicines For sale by bit Cravens The body of Henry Sweitzer who been missing from his home in Chicago since December 19 was found week Imbedded in a cake of ice floating iu Lake Michrgan1 da Sarah Bornhardt has taken out one hundred thousand dollars on her life for the benefit of her so A Deep Mystery Itis a mystery why women endure Backache Headache Nervousness Sleeplessness Melancholy Fainting and Dizzy Spells when thousands pact proved that Electric Bitters will quickly cure such troubles I suffered for years Mith kidney trouble writes Mis Ptiebt Cir Tley of Peterson In and a lame hack pained me so I couu- notdrbs is lf but Electric BiCterh 4PeI curt rlanri althouuh I1I 111111- k rC1le ls tire gives perfeci TFLPU iV IU Lndv Raclitl Charlotte Fitzt raldj danuhterof the Earl of Dunraven died in lrciand- Consumption is a germ disease The germs are everywhere but they can not get hold of you unless you getyour lungs ready for them by neglecting a cold or falling to properly cure a cough The important merit of Morleys Hon ey Pectorlal is that while it cnres quickly it cures thoroughly Ask your irutrgist lleStOnSfor Women Are you nervous Are you completely exhausted Do you every month If you answer yes to of whichWineappreciate what perfect health would ofCardulized it Nervous strain loss of sleep menstrualdisorders growinto menistrualsystem ia perfect condition This homeTherewomen enjoy good health It costs to test this which is endorsed by JOOOOOOcured women Lana T Fritburg East St Louis lIIt saysItl am physically a new ofCarduladdreuglringiymptomn edlcine 111 ARBUCKLE BROS i4otioa Dept w York City NY- IiJA1l6ST0WN a No i can Je at named It is new elegantly furnished thetaz affords e rTJUSOl Proprietor ic1IEQE1 llITT Bb WHOLESALE MAKUFACTUKEJtS OF SHDDIJESI arneSs nStrap Work n z r uOUISVl hEkv paJaIreoidelBuckner Tobacco Warehouse So INCORPORATED 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND MARKETAND 216220 TENTH ST LOVIS3ZILLE KVSPECIAL ATTENTION CIYEN PRIYATE SALSS STOnAGIcIndependent House Mark your Hhds BUCKNER HOUSE Qradyuille fli b If School GRADYVILLE KY tJof1N W F110WE S Ptrineipal MISS IiUlifl fill Ell Assistant Spring Term Opens Januarp 7 continues 5 Months Thorough courses of study will given in common and high school branches of study Special attention teachers preparing for examinations Tuition Reasonable Excellent board be had in the best of families at 150 week or 1 from Monday to- tFriday Address r fGraclyvillo t t r DC es 1 famous LThelow price at which Arbuckles famous roasted coffee can sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No 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 information with each package t1Full Save the signatures otter place found then the above hotel and ile ut all times sup plied with the bOlt the market Irn cnu be given can per be