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THE DAIR COUNTY NEWS VOLUME 4 UOLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUAKY 201901 NUMBER 15 PO TuFFICE DIRECTORY J RBisell Postmaster hours week daja 700 am to 930 pmj COURT DIRECTORY OrtcmTOocRTr ref seasons a yearThird In May and Mondmy In January thlrg Monday third Monday In September Circuit Jnage WWJoncsJ Commonwealth AttornyNH K Aaron SheriffJ W Hut JA P Olerk JnoBCoffey VlIj l1 J Cooxtr OoroTPlrat Monday In ea h month W Batter County AUOrnCyJasGamettJr Olork T R emits aller 8 H ilitchrtl Assessor A BndahawtSurveyorRSt McCaffree School SuptW D Jones Coroner Leonard Fletcher second Monday In Conr Regnlarcourt ach month IdgOJ W Atkins ornoy Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRE3HYTBRIAN- BuHMTltAK HTHT T F WMtoii pastor Services second and fourth Sunda n each monhSnndapschoolatSsm Sabbath Prayer westing very Wednesday night JiTH i8Ti8TMBTRev W P Gordon pastor Service nrt Sunuajfu each month Snnd y chiMl every Sabbath at m Praye- reteetingTbursdryolght Gan5Xs5CRObraaaT n Barns t astor Service third Sunday In each month indyschol every SabbatMt a nu Prayer neetingTusadatnlgbkId OHRISTIANIPisa Elder L Willlami Pastor Services First Sunday to encb month Sundayschool every Sabhath at am Prayer meeting nightLODGES MASONIC Lopes No F and r1Regn ar meeting In their hall over bank on Frl daynlghton or before the full moon In each month KKMPVM T n Sect pCOLOMBIAfirst Monday night in each month J E IL P J ncESBLL Secretary Cy a enC AATSt BPS FMBp CANESS HENRY WEDDLEMAN40- SWMARKtrS LQUISVILLEKY Inlj1 FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER SmJ Sit BRANDS Remember the place 408 West Market Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Colombia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop its The above Hotel has been re tted repainted a4dis now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the markct affords Rates reasonable Tood sample room Feed htanle at tached s tAiJ c y H Tnt OMERCIALJ IY HOT MAUBMNf Proprietors VLg r peTandndit Holt looks lifter the cnllnarr depnjtmen ao sees that the table supplli at a with the very best the marVc Th proprietors arc attmtlvc and very oi1t to guest Hamplr roomsnd the but ding ronVenteit t iji u n Fire etaSLveryrkeh to tbAVto vcrt lesson r LeMnn Steam Laundry LEBANON K ji irnORpOGHLY equipped flintier laundry plant conducted by exp r ienrcdworkmenjag cing tas high grade lr acan Yturped nut 30 place id the country home Jnstltutfoti Work of Adair Russell Tapldr tlhd Green solicitec W d J tjReEDColumbia Kentucky v t Dont take a o f any old kind o Fill io euro a piritof disease wnea of Korleya Little Liver Pills fo r iiweI7bopie will cure you wJji1e tfiTeoa t b W s tr Fugitive l Brown Who Looted Newport Bank Declared To 3e in Hiding in Honduras With Officers on His Trail MAN WHO HID HIM CAUGHT New Orleans Feb 12 Special to the Cincinnati En quirerFrank Brown the Newport bank wrecker is said positively to be in Hone duras Passengers arriving this city last night on the fruit steamer Stillwater bring the interesting news that Brown is known to be in the coast country of Honduras and that officers from both the United States and Hon faros are chasing him A named Manuel Garda had been arrested at Ceiba and was taken to Tegucigalc pa the republics capital under a military guard of six men on the charge of having harbored Brown and of protecting him from theofficer- so the law as the Stillwater came up the coast It is sup osed that he is in the state jail before this as forced marches were being made to the interior with the prisoI ner There does not seem to be a particle of doubt about Brown being in Honduras said a passenger on the Still water who put up at the Grunewald Hotel Do you think his arrest is sure I do I think they will secure some sort of confes sion from the native captured at Ceiba and from his information as he can give the detectives will be able to nab Brown Are there American officers- on the coast You never saw the like of concommunicative Am e r i cans on the Central Ameri can coast in your life There is one or more detectives in everyone of those ports A Fable A Benevolent Assimilation walk ingaloug the Public Highway met u Doep Longing mournfully wend tug itij way How mow Hxclaimed the Be n vol lIt Ansimilutioii W h y thli Pensive irU Alas1 have in my Possessio- ntttilrethiti1 treasure Highly but which I am iu Danger of Losing U What cult it Be 1nsked the Assimilation h ti8 my Right to Live Thereupon the Benevolent As similation seized the Deep Long inn by the Nape of the Neck and fHlwl it to the Ground Why am I thus Assaulted 1 waited the Deep Longing 1am merely seizing your kiiiht to Live so that I can make you my servant said the Benev leut Assimilation glue and alack moaned the I1 Iwas deceIved by Your Appearance Perhaps Stud the Beneyqleht Assimilation Thats why Im atMjeta b that Name r J4lurgV mntf JhrfIfhQJhJftg Moral about it f fMr alJdMlsTbOtu ore an aged iuuptedlydat thuirnome near Wai ton TJiursday nlKht orgrip A son died a few days later 1iJ j t r A Hundred Years Ago The settling of personal difficul ties by sword or pistol was recognized custom 100 years ago and it was well along in the nineteenth centary before public opinion forced the lawmaking bodies to declare the sender of a challenge to fight a duel a criminal The yield of crops was small because of indifferent culture be sides there was no market for the surplus Grain was cut with a sickle and corn shelled by hand the scythe and cradle and corn shelter had not been invented and twine binders were undreamed of There were no threshing machines Wheat was threshed out on the barn floor with frails or trodden out with horses A farm laborer considered himself well paid with two shillings a day Rotations of crops was not thought of and the value of fertilizers was little understood The first iron plow was not pat until 1787 and it is said that some farmers refused to use it because they feared it would poison the ground All the plows ofcolonial days indeed of all pre cedinge times never turned a furrow but only stirred the ground hence they were difficult to draw besides doing their work imper fectlyAt the time of Washington the Southeiu colonies were the richest and most populous where plantation life preserved aristo forms and the English law of the eldest sou of inheriting laud extended until after the revolution Clan distinction grad ually grew up especially in the South between the rich laud owners and the white laborer Tobacco was a source of much wealth in Virginia where the planters became an artistocratic class The produce of the Mount Vernon plantation was carefully managed by the proprietor and barrels of flour and meal bearing the brands of George Washing ton of Mount Vernon were entered in the ports of the West Indias without inspection Leather breeches a checked shirt a red flannel jacket and a cocked hat formed the dress of a working man Stovepipe hats were unknown A felt broad brim a cocked had or a coonskin cap was considered good enough for anybody A New England girl was not allowed to be married un til she could bake a loaf of bread and cut it in smooth even slices while it was yetwarm Dave Martin on ills Death Bed Dave Martin is dying When his lifes story is told it will have to do with a man who by sheer will elevated himself from a cor ner loafer to a dominating position among 1250000 people and a fac tor in the position of the nation He will leave an estate worth ove 3000000 Martin is now a State Senator having been forced from his re tirement by his wife who refused to let him rest under the infamous charges preferred against him by Senator Quay in the Senate of the United States who thou and there branded him asDollar Mark Dave Martin It was Dave Martin who organized the famous wardcombin which ruled Philadelphia and Philadelphians under the banner inscribed Addition Division Silence It was Dave Martin who perfected the method where by the local machine it has been charged keeps 80000 fraduleut voters on the registry list and it was Dave Martin who taxed every one of Philadelphias 12000 offi ceholderslO per cent of their wages for party pufposes end justified his course by saying publicly Those who want places must pay for them r those who hav places must pa v toep them the organization cant live on wind Philaepfiilt tslegramti- the Chicago Ti piesHerald t r S a SjnaprizeHghtihasuiiWtbofCLnc1natt ia a knocked Tutu mselt afld Beriotib IJr hurt t vi tVr5tff Mr Bari Biker recent ctttdlckte torbongreMdiod lastiveIat Irian I 1 fi i JC f Ihi POINTED PARAGRAPHS From The Commoner Commoner will have its mailing machine in place and then the names will be printed from stencils and each wrapper will shov the date when the subscription expires The CUicago lawyers are now claim ing that the sewerage of the Lake City purifies the waters of the Mississippi They will soon be demanding pay from St Louis for improving its drinking watercIt is becoming painfully evident that a short session of Congress is not long enough to permit all the favored interests to make application for what they want An extra session seems to imperativeThe legislature Is strug gling with the whipping post the wineI rooms in the capitol building and a senatorial contest all at once Dela ware is small but she seems to keepI near the center of the stageJOil has been discovered in Il11noisJ The new wells in Texas and Illinois would suggest that nature is endeavoring to give the people some relief tromI the Standard Oil monopoly fn spite ofI the Republican party The banishment of the Manila editor who dared to criticise an army officer Is calculated to make the Filipinos fall over each other in their haste to ac cept the liberal government proffered by the Taft commission When one reads the cull ies deliver ered over Senators and members of the Bouse of Representatives he understands why It Is that those who arec elected to either branch of Congress want to stay there until they die After a married life of five hours a Wisconsin man killed himself because he was not worthy of his wife The only difference between the Wisconsin man and the average man is that be found out the truth early and acted on ItIGov Stanley of Kansas appears to have been much more wrought up byi his interview with Mrs Nation than by the Leavcnworth incident Mrs Nation destroyed property while tbeI Leavenworth mob only killed a man The telegraph conveys to the readers of the dally newspapers the informa tion that the warring steel interests have come to a mutual understanding The public will now have to change its orthography by inserting an a In the place of the second e A Mattoon Iilll man asks for a vorce on the grpunds that he was un der hypnotic influence when he was married There will be a grave dan ger to the marriage laws if this contention is upheld by the courts It will not be difficult for any man to prove that he was hypnotized when he was married A pair of bright eyes exerts powerful influence on the av erage man The Denver News publishes adls patch to the effect that the Republi thousandrdollars for enough votes in the Idaho legislature to prevent the election of Senator Dubois The fact such an attempt was made to defeat the people as expressed at the polls The Neel y incident demonstrates nagIwhen ex6 ocleS It might be wise to amend the Con stitution so as to prohibittheselecfon sonseof appointable age The Cbicno Record says tbatC bas debt is a puzzle There is nothing strange out plhowevarihewnrld is full of such puzzles IThose who have a mer enarypurpose usually resort to violence when neces sary but benevolence audphllanthropy do notrequlr fleets and regiments It is said that the new senator from MlnneStaiB an anxlimperfallBtand a Boer sympathizer ft remains to be seen whether the pi count wilt im pair his mental digestions BTbe latest oOlcialreport from Luzdh ponveyed the Information tuat the ins tf ctOriJIS vSleaY Itialsocoa veyed theMnYqrinUUbV that refnf tC- menJswerk e needed wltbuut inlay f Senator Depew recently made a jsqeech In supliUlLUftli Sblfeplatf sub sift and Ihiifact tfiairJie tkclated It toe be c is t elrCArtxittha tr th Se Hf00t4r4ta 1Teyfrl qrrIn to ssetaiadahisr pdt t llna aabumoris t1 let fGais Poss1blii fi WJsJC ti il h Fiendish In all the flood of matter which has run through the press recently relative to the doings aud sayings of Mrs Carrie Nation nothing has been more signifi cant than her declaration tbat a fiendish hotelkeeper at Hope Kan tried to murder her Of course it is not the first time bat a hotelkeeper ever tried to murder a woman It is even probable that hotel keepers have murdered women without trying If they have riot it could be safely argued that woman who at some hotels are unmurderable The peculiarity about this alleged attempt on Mrs Nations life is the ingenious and excruciatingmethod by which It was made or averred to have been made In all the annals of mur der since the barbarous days of the In quisltion to the burnlngattb stake period of modern civilization where was there ever conceived a more ex quisitely horrible method of murder than that by which Mrs Nation tells- usher life was attempted at Hope Burrow for a moment Mrs Nations imagination and put yourself in her place She had after a hard days work at smashing plate glass mirrors things gone to her room to seek repose She had locked herself In singularly neglectful of taking betterI precautions to preserve so valuable a package as her own person by deposit lug it iu the onlce sate But the murderous landlord was not to be balked by barred doors Love Is not the only thing that laughs at locksmiths That landlord may not have been able to enter the room but there no reason to assume that he wished to enter the room How many men on this footstool have a burning desire to enter Mrs Nations room He knew a trick worth dozens of that He de liberately secured a cigarette lit it went to Mrs Nations door and relentlessly tried to assassinate her by blowing the smoke through the keyhole Dues that seem too terrible for belief But remember we have Mrs Nations own word for its truth Dues it seem too inhuman a fate for any mortal to inflict upon another Surely Mrs Nationcan be allowed to judge whether her own importance does not provoke efforts to find a taking off for her apart from the more conventional extinction of the common herd of mere men and woman Docs it seem possible tbat any one could pass through such an ordeal and come out of It alive It must be borne in mind that Mrs Nation is not to be judged by the rules of life aid conduct which apply to other folks Aud it will be a sight to sec Mrs Na thou after she has pulverized the rum power light Into the cigarette sellers Courier Journal Prosperous Railroads The railroads of this country gained over 8100000000 In gross earnings In 1900 over 1889 and they have started in the new year in still better fashion All the line are reporting increases especially the St Paul and Northern Pacific systems that last summer and autumn were the special game of the bears in Wall street who reasoned that their business for 1900 and 1901 would be ruined because of the failure of the spring wheat crop In their territory Itturns out that the people of th northwest no longer depend upon one Crop and their miscellaneous business Is so much better than ever that earn ings are growing Instead of falling off People a continually forgetting that tbiscountry has been along time grow ing up to the railroad lines and that of late this growth has been byleaps and bounds Nothing less then gener crat crop failures or a widespread panic yieldethem such large revenues thYe Southernroads keeping equal step with the Grangers and the Eastern trunk lines and in some respects have better prospects The full bone fit that is to come to the South from herbiRbpriced cotton tobacco corn live stockand minerals will betel tiiure this year than it wits In 1900 It istbjs general prosperity that is re Jfctcd 4acthe enlarged railway vets lines rScnafor ru rneiiit WasSlngtori d scrlbeS the ship sutfcldyblllraB la lestliiratlcalraid upon the puWiQ tteastir9in thednteresttf tif w prlvitta foncficiarjes and cpnnnlttlbg th overnment to ex aggrega tl 1i6oOOOOOTbC h ra sample deaitit IiGiihijtt lo mtit tiiC I tf 1ofW s A Pony Farm Up in New York State there is a stock farm which would delight the heart of any boy or girl Here tbeyC raise Shetland ponies and at all timeI you will find from sixty to seventy of these thoroughbreds grazing about or romping with one anotberJW- hen these ponies are born they onl weigh from twenty to thirtyfive pounds and can be fondled and played with like a dog and the more you make of them the better they like it The ponies are ridden and driven all the time by the children of the neighborhood and sometimes six or eight children are around the pony barn at once and when purchasers go to inspect the Shetlands they are quickly relelved of any anxiety as to the gentle disposition of the ponies when they see six or eight boys rush to barness them They have a little fox terrier dog on the farm that loves to jump on the ponies backs and ride and the ponies dont mind it a bit All the stock ponies and colts run outI all winter They roam the farm andI hunt under the snow for grass They prefer to stay out no matter how stormy At the same time they have access to a big straw stack and a nice warm barn but It takes a blizzard to drive them to the barn except at feedt ing time Ellzabethtown News The Death oleIHodgenville Ky Feb 9A deep hole of water in Nolynn creek ten miles south of this place has for some time been attracting attention by rea son of the fact that it has a very strong suction For years it has been known as the tuck hole It is about ten feet deep and about fifty yards long The water is clear and bottom can easily be seen This hole of water has been watched by people in that section for a number of years and it has also to some extent been avoided It now de telops that it is no suck holelIbut iu the bottom of the river it is claimed there is a streak of pow erful lodestone A man in that community recently constructed a large and substantial raft for the purpose of investigating the causes of the suction in this par ticular part of the river It was dis covered that the river bottom is solid rock and that through the center of the rock running lengthwise is a black streak It is about five inches in width and runs the length of the hole of water This streak was examined with a common fish gig and was found to be very hard The gig adhered to the stone and it took no little pulling to extricate it Further investigation was made and it is said the black streak following the bottom of the riv er is undoubtedly powerful lodestone This hole of water was discovered over forty ears ago by Enoch Atte berry who came near losing his life In the water having been rescued by two men who pulled him out by means of a long pole Lum Wess and Luther Trulock also came near losing their lives in the hole a short time ago while selgning They were rescued half drowned by other members of the par ty The attraction was so powerful toward a chain on the bottom of the seine that the seiners bad to abandon it The hole is not in the mainstream but is an outlet or bayou eA dog thrown into the water never dimes out but is quickly drawn to the bottom When a trot line is stretched across the place the unseen energy attacks thu ahooks to the black streak and there holds them securely until they are drawn out At times there Is strum Undercurrent in the bayou which is unaccounted for and which often sweeps the bottom clean reliev ing the lodestone of its collection The locality of the suck hole is get ting tobe a muchdreaded one espec sally by the superstitious It Is known to all negroes as the Death Hole and faruiersJn that section find it dif ficult to employ negro help Many cattle and hogs have been lost AuntXucyBrurafield who resides Komefour miles north of this place has lived fn three centuries says the Failview Review She Is 107 years old She was Shears old when the nlntcenth centurybeiilnwhlttl wasJan 11801 SheKatPthelTtncentury die and th uitoactivcandcandee wormwn ut and can to read without spec laqles She jojgdpe health and bids Shiewas never tnaf rfed incl has seen enbligb to h lifer t1a txj jJbuvlcho her Ibafc ilfarriY- gwaaitaiore e e J iytf Nervous Prostration Mrs Lettie Fisher says I had ner vous trouble for yeas which at times completely prostrated me and made not worth living I tried many physicians and no end ot nerve and her remedies without relief Mr M Crews merchant Maloy Iowa per suaded me to try Morley Sarsaparilla aud Iron The very first bottle went to the right spot for I felt a complete change and now after uslngslx bottles In all I am perfectly well Sold by agent In every town InsuranceCompany propertyexcept againstEire DirectorT withtheDanger of Cuhls and IagrSppe andlagrlppenia If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remc fly taken all danger will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for these dis eases we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively tbat it is a certain preventive of that dangerous malady It will cure a cold or an at rack of lagrlppe in less time than any lither treatment It is pleasant null safe to take For sale by M Cravens who guarantees every boron of Chsnr bcrlains Cough Remedy and will ic fund the money to anyone who Is not satisfied after using twcthirds of the contents This is the best remedy in the world for lagripp coughs colds onuip and whooping cough and is plea sant and safe to take It prcvinLsany tendency of a cold to result in pUt u uionla Nffly FurnishedD1CrIClII Plan 510 IVr Day Slic loafers 3otcf MEALS 25c 523 W Market SI LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER flRr Wilmore Hotel W M WBLMOKE Prop Gradyville Kentucky THERE Is no better place iu MI at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached GORDON MONTGOMERY t n17ltm oL mw COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adair and adjoin a counties Collections a specialty QOffice up stairs over Paulls drug store DR M 0 SALLEE 4 DSTCareful attention given to me chanical and prosthetic dentisxry and dental surgery OFJICEOver Hughes Coffey Hunter COLUMBIAKY r FRANK M BALENGER WITH RoDinscnNortonCo WHOESAE Dru Goods Notions Etc LOUISVI E KY YETINERY SURGEON rlstulo Pollevil Splints spavin or any sot gical work done at air prices QUAEANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care of Isock S U43BENSHATV 13milo from Columbia on Disappointment RESTAURANT JAMES SELL Proprietor LtEEANONKY This stood is located near the de potftbd meals arc furnished at alj hours at 2r cents per meal The best aib the country n0rds tile gabs Ming robnif 6r ladies k t THE MR COUNTY HIS Published Every Wednesday BY THE AdairGountyNewsEo INCORPORATED CHAR 8 HARRIS Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties =Entered at the Columbia Poitofflce as second class mail matter SUBSCRIPT N RATES ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS STRIOTIYIN ADVANCE IDYERTJSING RATES Loci dices ten cents per line for first sertion andifir cents perllne for each subsequent insertion DISPLAY ADS Space I Wk1z Mo 3 Mo16 Mo I Yr 3i5incheif MS MS Inches 20 400 OInches 125 Inches Col 300 600 00H Col 900 rCol There will be no departure from these rates ruder any circumstances WEDNESDAY FEB 20- ANNOUNCEMENTS FOlt COUNTY CLERK IVeare authorized tiannounce P T COOLEY a candidate for tin oSieof Cjunty Court Cerk of Adair County subject to the act Jn of the Democratic p tr In the Presidents nominations of Naval officers Sampson is given two points above Sohloy What a solace to have no political aspirations in thn days of un certainty Kansas constitutionally dry practically wet will finally sue cuub to the hot winds in Summer or the Nations in Winter Last Wednesday the House of Representatives formally andI finally declared McKinley and Roosevelt President and Vice Pres- Ident of the United States The Federal Court of Appeals everlastingly sat down upon Judge Evans in the olfictiou cases tried at Louisville last year The cases are not only reversed but the trialI Judge severely rebuked In a primary election held in Taylor county last Saturday week Mr Jo Wade defeated Mr Henry Wood for Representative by a ma jority of 78 votes A light vote was pollegIThe old jail at Alexander Ky tho ono in which Jackson and Walling the murderers of PeurJ Bryan were confined is to be torn down and a new one put up Give us a rest on Mrs Na tion There has been as much said about her wrecking proclivities as was written about Dewey at Ma nila Bay Her doings is the work of a lunatic and wont amount to a hill of beans so far as stop ping the drinking of liquer Last Friday a petition was filedJ in the Circuit Clerks office of Jef ferson county by the Columbia Fi nance and Trust Company to foreclose on n 50000 bond issue of the Dispatch Publishing Compa ny The paper at no time was worth the attention it received and has lostmoney from the start a Democrats you are requested by our county chairman Mr N M Tntt to meet in your respective voting precincts next Saturday at 2 oclock and elect a committeeman for your precinct DJtit fail to perform this duty Several precincts have already held their elections This is important In thin issue of the News Mr P T Cooley of the Absher neighbor hood is announced us a candidate for County Court Clerk of Adnir county subject to the notion ofJ the Demicralic party Mr Cool ey Jo a young man of fine business qualifications n sober Christian gentleman and has been a Demo crat ever eiuco lie has been old enough to choose between rightu and wrong hisjneighborhood and doubtless would make a strong race He cheerful ly submits his cuiiiiulaoy to tifc Democracy of Adair county j Again wenotice American firms have been awarded bridge contracts in Great Britian and the House of Commons has been in formed that these contracts were let to American contractors and builders because they agreed to do work cheaper and complete the job fourteen weeks sooner than British Companies This clearly demonstrates as other similar con tracts have done before that the infant industries of our country are able to compete with any sim ilar industries in all the world re gardless of ago ct It further shows that the Republican theory- of protecting the massive and powerful corporations of this country by a protective tariff under the 00plea that said industries are in fants or that they are unable to successfully contend against other countrieswithoatgovernmeutalaiis d e conviction that the theory of pro tection is a fraud so far as th great mass of people are concerned When American Manufacturers can secure contracts by underbid ding like institutions in the very doors of their most formidable competitors and wheti their facile ties are such that they can surpass all compjtitois in rapidity o work it is an outrage on the part nr government to impose such taxes against foreign competition as excludes their goods from the people of this country The peo iu of this government are entitled to tho very best conditions the government is able to create and the interest of gigantic corpora tions should be subordinated to tho welfare of the great mass of American people The plea of pro tection can not be sustained on the ground that to the greatest number the greatest good should be derived nor can it be sustained on the contention that American manufacturers need it It is that form of legislation that has enabled the beneficiaries of protected industries to grow immensely rich and powerfulto collect unjustly from the consumer and respond l berally to the needs of the poli cans who favor this policy The shuw still proceeds and the Repub lican party protects the powerful manufacturers and corporations and they in turn help the G 0 P in every time of trouble aud the dear people foot the bill Perry Heath has not attempted to rely to the challenge of Representative Sulzer of New York in connection with the annonymous letter Mr Sulzer had read as part of his speech which charged Heath with guilty knowledge of Neelys stealing and othep crookedness Mr Sulzer said on the floor of the House Iam responsible for every word in that letter If Mr Heath thinks there is anything belous or scandalous in that letter Twill not plead my constitutional privilege I will plead the truthof the statements But I serve notice that I am going to say everything in that letter and I want Perry S Heath to answer If he does truthfully he will be fit for the penitentiary I want him to un derstand that I am responsible in damages for what I say The House has no compunctions of conscience when he attacks me but when I attack him he squads like a pig under a gate I got that letter in the Record That was what I was after Iam now con tent to have it stricken out The House without a divison ordered the latter expunged from the Record but it had already been priut ed in the Record as well as in newspapers throughout the coun try Just before the House passed the Army appropriation bill carrying little less than 118000000 Representative McClellan of New York in a short speech presented some figures that are worthy of the countrys most thoughtful consideration He stated that the an nual cost of each soldier to the United States excluding pensions would be 1288 and including pensions 2828 while the annual cost of each German soldier in cluding pensions and the expense of past wars was only 227and that Hfeach French soldier in cluding pensions and the cost of the FrancoPrussian war was only 282 He Bald the tota cost of ur army would soon reach 300i000000 a year to say the expense of the n which is now more than 1000000000 Dont fail to elect an active conservative Democrat next Sat rday for your precinct and imme diately report the Bame to N M Tutt The election should be held under the direction of the precinct committeeman but in his absenceI anyDemocratmay act inanOi said Mctiom GBADYVILIiE From ourRegular Correspondent We are having plenty of maple syrup Miss Lula Allen spent Saturday night and Sunday in Columbia Capt W W Bradshaw of Columbia attended church at Uuio n last Sunday Mrs Kizzie Murrell visited rein tives here last week Mr H 0 Walker wifo and daughter visited the family of W C Turk of Bliss Saturday night and Sunday Mr Sam Mitchell of Coinmbia was in our midst one day lut uk looking after his farming iiitie n A Walker bought a mule U 60eW L Grady the noted stock man received last week from Lex ington a thoroughbred male Jer sey hog and he is just out of sight Uncle John Moore was tontine grippefMiss gallic Diddle spout severe days of lust week visiting relatives at Nell Mr Press England has two chit dren dangerously sick with pneumonia fever C 0 Moss and wife visited rely tives at Bliss Saturday night Mr J D Walker was in Met calfe county last week buying to bacco Mr Sam Myers of Sparksville was here one day last week and in formed us there was plenty of gos sip in his section Messrs Ed Atkins and Owen Banks two popular grocery me of Louisville was on our streets last week and did a good business Mr W H Pace of Louisville called on our tobacco meirSatur dayProf R L Campbell of Breeding was here last week and mad arrangements to enter the High School at this place March 1 Hill Moore have attached a shingle machine to their mill and have manufactured a good lot of chestnut shingles MrlRT McCaffrey our efficient county Surveyor has been in this section for several days and has been very busy Mr Waller Johnston ofJColum 3ia was here last week soliciting natural fits from our yeung men for Spring suits Mr L S Smith one of the best judges of live stock in the county returned last week from Cumberland county with twenty head of of first class cattle at a cost of 25 per head Prof John Holladay of Clear Spring was here last week and In formed us that he was thinking of teaching this fall Miss Emma Browning one of our accomplished young ladies left aI few days ago for Bowling Green and Hopkinsville to spend everalI months visiting relatives Mr S D Crenshaw the well known horse dealer of this county passed through here last weeken route for Metcalfe county Mr J A Diddle has the honor of receiving the appointment to collect the school tax in this dis irict The assessment has been made and the tax is about due so our patrons can govern themselves accordingly Mr S R Walker The well nnown tobacco man of Nell wast n our town one day last week and informed us that his firm was prizing aud preparing their tobacco for the market Tho tobacco they had bought this season was bf a good quality and Qf course would de mand the highest price on the market Mr GeoVH Nell spe several IIyI Vrf litet it epK in Jflatlfeiiit l ty He bought a nice lot of hog cattle and a few sheep Died on the 14th Mr Wya Stapp in his 86th year who had been in feeble health for sever years but bore his affliction with great fortitude He was a memb of the Baptist church and an every Iday Christian The funeral servi ces was conducted by Rev H T Jesse and the remains interred in she family burying ground He leaves a wife several children and i host of friends to mourn the Died on the 15th Mrs Poll Kdltner in her 87th year She was a member of the Methodist church Her remains were interred in the family buryii jj ground She lean a acts iiil trevi cal ttht h dt of frioiidd to weep over LlItj nilLrtedoue M i lan1 cue of cur best and nl IH oitrzei3 has beon in a Yr t iLc1 tiMiiHlinii for tlieie t ten sy CREELSBOKO A druuk revenue olicer iu towu yeslur day L Buster is on the sick list Court next week and the boys are loukiug shy T C Grider has had a bad case of grippe but is now recovering Mrs Malinda Clayton visited at Dr T C Griders last Thursday Mr and Mrs A A Clayton were visiting in Irish Bottom last week Uncle Bill Hudson is expected here today to buy hogs Dr A H Jackman of Albany has been visiting his parents James P Clayton sold to W B Self a fine gray mare for a good price The Steamer R Dunbar passed up yesterday with a gay crowd of excursionists Mrs Lizzie Helm and Mrs Lucy MrnIL G Holt sold to B F Buster se era fat hogs Clay Hadley who has been sick several weeks is no better While painting a roof for Buster Bros Frank Vigle came very near be iEfg seriously hurt The rope which allowingI I to I to the ground nothing being hurt but Franks clothes being thoroughly sat uated with red paint The regular monthly appointments of Eld Z T Williams were filled last Saturday and Sunday and we are glad to say that onr church building is in better shape for preaching than it ever was before The old Hue that Stood In the center of the house has been moved and two others erected one on each side of the house Another stove has been procured and also plenty of good wood The floor has been scoured and a new yard fence built If we can get a new coat of paint on the house willbaveAll these improvements were suggest ed by Bro Williams and we hope h will be the cause of more good bean done Tox BOTTOM QLENSFORK Nebraskathis vicinity last week Mr Ambros Smith formerly of Rock House Bottom has moved to this place Mr J V Wilburn and family who have been visiting relatives at this place returned to their home In Indi ana last week Our local commedianswill give an entertainment Saturday night Feb 23 The proceeds will be presented to the Christian Church to pay for repairs- on said house The protracted meeting closed Tuesday night Rev Harwood is a very interesting talker and usually had a good auolence PURDY Mrs Mary Neat Is visiting her fath er and mother Mr and Mrs E Dam ron Mr Cbs Bryant and wife visited Mr Gid Cook and wife Monday night Mr J F Shepherd was In our midst last week buying fur The meeting at Union church was argely attended last Sunday Mr E W Burton and wife visited their son Charley and wife Sunday Mrs Nannie Rexroad spent Friday with her sister Mrs Sarahelen Harmon Buckionri Arnica Salve Hag worldwide fame for marvellous cure It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Barns Bolls Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Bands Skin Eruptions In fallible for Plies Cure guaranteed nili 3 PztdWs 1j I loWttThe Bnifalo Route alTO nei 1901 Best Line to Inflianoplis Peoria and CHICAGO Information cheerfully furnished on appli cation at City Ticket office Bg Four Route IrNo218 Fourth Avc or write to S J GATES Gen Agt Kyi5 COLUMBIA AND Gampbellsville Stage Line 0GOOD STOCK COMFORTABLE STAGE SAFE DRIVER YoCourteous attention to Passenger Iaves Columbia a mf and makes with Louisville train Leaves Campbells ville 323 pm just after arrival of Louisville pt Sunday Calls a Macum Ifo tel promptly attended to Expels ut Reed Miller GEORGE LEE Prop 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 how to do work Our prices are as low aud terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Lir Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 4 554 75 Light shipping 4 25t 50 Best butchers 4 004 25 Fair to good butchers 3 503 90 Common to medium btchr 2753 50 nOGs Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 Ibs 5 30 Fair to good packing 160 to 2QOibs 5 Good to extra light 120 to 160 Ibs SHEEP AND Good to extra shipping eSheep 3 003 50 5003g00 Common to medium 2 00q 2 50 SHEET IRON STOVES AND Tin Ware Manufactured BY TfctipGEOfl fit SOfi t Cane Valley Ky NET PRICe LIST AIRTIGHT STOVES Length Price roin f3 in Win 290 in Common Drum St- ove201n2252210233211nla Stove Pipes In 1Se Gin bin Elbows 56 la IOc JJ Wo NtTI+ Blacksmiths f AND wood Orlk er Columbia Kjr I amprepared to do all kinds of wore in my line and If you need re pairing done on your WagOns Buggies or Farm Implements remember me I keep tor sale wagon and buggy tires rims spokes and all kinds ofJbolts Sfy prices are right and M ktffmOOildl G emeR a r Jit f USSELtLt S1 1ilf1GS TlOTELt KYinow open for traveling public the year round It is a large commodious build inIdicates and is run firstclaa in every particular aoaVAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro E LHUGHESCOMPANY LOUISVILLE KY = The greatest builders supply house south of the Ohio river with railroad switch entering our warehouse We carry a full and well assorted c1C 10 SASH r Vy 1J1 DOORS V VY v BLINDS l tlfeY MOULDINGS f l f tyenc most orders tho day they reach us = SEND US YOUR BUSINESS Try a sample order of say five or ten rolls of our Parold Roofing Paper The best cm earth B L HUGHES CO ee 5reenburg Hcafcem t Breensbura gyp faculty 0GEO W PECK B S Principal Charge of Teachers Course Arithmetic Algebra and Science REV THEODORE HUNTER D D Latin Greek German General History and Rhetoric PROF EUGENE HUBBARD History Arithmetic Physiology and Geography g j MRS GEO W PECK Piimary tft MISS PEARL JONES Piano and Organ Spring term opens January 7 1901 to continue five months All grades Tuitionetier Building roomy convenient and comfortable Fine piano and organ in the building Write for catalogue Address all communications to GEO W REOKORBENSBWFZG KY W T STEPHENS qo e DEALER IN Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes I aso keep a large stock of CLOTHING fwhich can be bought at the very lowest prices I have a nice line of MILLINERY on hands ELKHORN KENTUCKY r0 11UUEL T H BTJBEfc 1iD13EIi B OTflESuccessors lo Falls Buggy Top Manufacturers otand Dealers In all kinds of Vehicles Buggy Tops arid CUSHIONS Write For Catalogue NO 142 East Main St LOUISVILLE kY CORCOR N DAESY PROPRIETORS OF THE Letaon s Marble Works LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers In all kinds of AND MARBLE GRANITE the f IIft1ltlPRICE3 LOW WOE EC GUARANT1CED Special attention given to ccmeiery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts etc WlI F JBPPRI ES Local Afjeut Columbia Ky t OT DLACKLEY D JtUB5T woo0POttncotixiY Independent Tobaooo Warehouse 1 BLAXKLlY inJRST R CO AUCTION SALES DAILY REURRNS PROMPTLY MADE lU19 to 1125 W Main St LOUISVILLE j Moiitbs Tree Smrjiji 41 Mark Your IHidf INDEVBKDTOiT IItlilad t c E jiL PERSONAL MENTION Mr Olle Taylor is In lad selling booksJ MrV D Mann Edmonton was here Saturday jr Luther Bell of Nell was here last Saturday Mr Curt Bell visited at Nell last Sunday Mr Tom Dillon was in Columbia last Saturday Mr J S Bailey Horse Cave spent Sunday In Columbia Capt J S Chapman Glenville w Sin Columbia Saturday ftMr W R Myers Greensburg In as Columbia last Saturday r Mr O C Pace Lebanon was in Co lumbia last Thursday Mr Tyler Marshall Campbellsville was here one day last week Mr A O Baker Breeding was Coluciuia last Saturday MrS A Simpson of Kimble was 1 ih Columbia a few days ago mr W ENfiradshaw and Master Tim Cravens are 4QBurksvUle Mr D M Williams eampjbellsvllle was in this city a few days ago Mrs Kizzie Murrell was visiting a Gradyville and Nell last week Mr Geo Lee Campbellsville was in Columbia one day last week Mr Geo R Miller came in last Fri r day night and remained over Sunday Mr M H Marcum was taken very night and at this date Iwi111astSaturday who spent six weeks in Indiana returned home last Montgomery of Du Quoin TIl is visiting Mrs W A Coffey this city Mr Geo W Staples and wife of Frankfort arrived in Columbia Sun day Revs Jesse L Murrell and W P Gordon were in Campbellsville lastI ThursdayP Squires of Green County relatives and friends in Saturday and Sunday T A Murrell will be in Newt the latter part of this week in ITMr of the stave business S Goodman and son Harry of Glasgow Ky are visiting Mr Sam Lewis and family of this city Mr W L Walker wife and two daughters will leave on a three weeks trip for Umatilla Fla nextThursday- Mr John Q Alexander traveling salesman for the Carter Dry Goods Company Louisville was in Colum bia last SaturdayIMr Basset Hurt of Macomb Ill was notified of the serious illness of his father but he did not arrive in time I to see his father alive + Mrs T A Murrell left the first of week to visit her father and tam 1ily who live at Gaitesville Texas She will be absent about three months Mr ThOSS Page and son Albert Sidney Johnston are IsltlngrelatlvesI in Columbia Mr was in Adair county and his many friends are glad to see them Mrs J B Montgomery and daughter Miss Augusta left Columbia last Saturday for Lebanon It is under stood here that after visiting friends several days in Lebanon they will go to Louisville where they permanently reside The best wishes of the of this community go with themJ LOCAL JOTTINGS Every thing good to eat at Kemp 8rI Youngs IfrlSt1tr7LYrsuarand syrup couldfuse a little Jr fresh groceries call on Kemp ngiThe wicea week CourierJournal yearyi 1Ifyou want office then announce yourself a Candidate in the News It will cost you three dollars i If you wtbest grades of field seeds and fertilizers see Wm F Jeffries S Son before buying 2t A party of people happi ly entertained by Mrs Jo Rosenfield last Thursday evening So far February has been a fine month fo farm work and the farmers have used t to good advantage Coffey Bros bought last week from James Sapp of Taylor county a sorrel gelding at a fancy price He is a good one f j The services at the Baptist church last Sunday was conducted by Rev N Wood of this town A good congre gation JPHS out Rev Jesse L Murrell lost his valua ble horse last week from colic This Will uetieesltilttt the purchase ofan tinier Master Tim Cravens MR bought the yearold Peacock Gelding from W H Wilson We do not know the price l but he is a nice young horse I am now getting together all rew nants of winter goods odds and ends Youcan get great bargains by coming r ind ex mlniug prlcsCu t onall Y1 ood8 KJrA y rY l One day last week Dr W R Gris snms roan saddle horse died He w a good goerand a valuable horse This office is prepared to do all kinds of printing for stockmen Can furnish cards posters or folders at the lowest prices Miss Mintie Collins entertained a number of her young friends last Fri day evening It was an oldtime candy pulling lMisses Lina Rosenfield Mabel At kins and Edna Lewis will do a turn with the Columbia minstrels Thursday night Feb 21st I will close all winter suits over coats pents at cost Also a lot of ex tra good Mackintoshes and duck coats at actual cost WALKER When you visit Louisville stop at the New Phoenix Hotel Firstclass fare and well located corner of 7than Market Streets ly IIfyou wish to laugh and thoroughly enjoy yourselves come to themlnstrel show Thursday night Feb 21st Ad mission 25c children 15c Reserved seats 35c Mr J H Albright spoke toan audience at the court house last Wednesday neuL upon the teachings and grod re otMaccabees All arrangements have been mad for the new bankinghouse at Jamestown It will be a handsome brick structure located in the northeast corner of the square Mrs Maria Cass who lives on Burks ville street this city will sell all her personal property at public outcry Saturday March 2 She has a fine fresh Jersey milk cow I have a lot of mens custom made shoes in Coin toes regular price 83 00 I will sell them at 8150 per pair While they last come and see them- WALKER Mr George Miller was inducted into the secret mysteries of Masonry in Columbia Lodge No 96 last Saturday night Hes now an entered appren tice Miss Mary Price entertained in honor of her visitor Miss Lizzie Cleaver Springfield last Saturday evening Quite a large crowd was present and it was a very enjoyable occasion Cards are out announcing the wedding of Mr John N Turner Jr of Campbellsville to Miss Mary Coleman- of Richmond Ky The ceremony will occur the 27th of this month The News now has the most complete assortment of stationary job material and equipments it has ever had WeI please you if you need any thing in our line MrA G Todd sold to W H Hud son last week twentyfive shoats eight months old that averaged 185 pounds for which he received 41 per hundred Mr Todd wont bother with scrub stock From what we can hear a good acrage of tobacco will be planted in this coun thisyear Nowis the time for burn Ingbedsand to have good strong plants for early setting is very desirable I have been waiting for you to coins and settle If you do not come at once you may expect a statement or a personal dun I need the money and if you owe me I mean WALKER The following is the paid list since issue Miss Sallie Price G A Atkins Mrs E B Cheatham fir L Mitchell Bobt Humpbreys W C Turk M Rey Yarberry J V Heizer Luther Bell Mrs Hattie Rowe Paul Smyths J H Grissom Mrs Joseph S Dunbar a highly respected lady of Greeusburg died last Thursday night She was a very estimable lady and will be greatly missed by a large circle of friends who tender their sincerest sympathies to the surviving members of the family Mr Henry Q Montgomery one of Adair countys best citizens was mar ried to Miss Sallie Breeding an estimable young woman Wednesday the 13th inst The ceremony was performed by Presiding Elder Jesse L Murrell in the presence of a few special friends The singing at Disappointment last Saturday night was well attended It was understood that Prof Kuel Cabsll would be present to conduct it but failing to appear Mr Jeff Reynolds a local vocalist took the lead and the music was enjoyable Mr L V Hall purchased of Mr Henry Fulks last week the residence in which the latter resided on Greens burg street for 575 Mr Fulks re moved to the Baptist parsonage and Mr Hall to his new possessions We notice that the Hessian fly is do ing much damage to wheat in many parts of the country In somg sections It is reported chat the farmers will re plow their land and it in oats so the Indications just now are not flatter ing for a large yield Biscuits may go up The Methodist people of Campbells vilJc arc removing their old church t liuilflliiu preparatory to putting up a tiin IIIDf edifice Ir is said the build inatu be erected will be the hoodlum est house In which to worship In the Green River section of the Suite It will fw completed during the Spring Add t5lrmrr dr The Pike Question asThis town is full of pike talk an there are reasons to believe that a pike may be built from this town to som point on the Cumberland river A the last meeting of the Commercial Club a committee was appointed to meet the Russell county people at Jamestown on last Monday and to as certain what aid could be guaranteed W this proposed enterprise through that county We have not yet received the report of the meeting but it is generally believed that the people of Russell county will do their part Whether the road will be built to Creelsboro or t o the mouth of Greasey creek is yet to be determined and this will probably be decided by the support given by the people of the above named places and those along the proposed routes The distance tot Creelsboro is several miles shorter we have not heard of any effort on the dpart of Creelsboro to give aid or to make an effort to secure the building of the road however we presume that it will be done The prevailing opin ion of the people here is to reach the river at that point which will cost th people of this county the least amount of money A survey will be made In the near future and other necessary steps taken unless indifference overrides good judgment We suggest to the the routes offthis matter and that they decide what aerealize its importance to this as well as Russell county but whether it should be built frcm this town to Creelsboro or to the mouth of Greasey creek is a matter for the people of those places to determine The News is open to reports from all interested parties Concerning the ReUnion POWELL NEB FEn 13 1901 Editor News You will find enclosed 100 to ap ply to my subscription to your paper Some time ago I noticed in the News your suggestion of a reunion of former Adair county people to take place some time this coming summer or fall I like the suggestion and trust that such a meeting may take place in the good old town of Columbia It would be an enjoyable time as it would bring many back to meet the old friends of early life and would likely bring them from every State In the union September would bea delightfulmonth for such a meeting I would like to hear from others through The News concerning this proposed reunion of ex Adair county people I left Adair county September 1875 and have not been back since A meeting or a reunion as you suggest would induce many to return to mix and Mingle for a few days or weeks with the friends of long ago TrustI- ng to hear from others on this subject and hoping that such a meeting will be held lam Yours truly- J H GRISSOM LIBERTY ACADEMY Editor of The News For the benefit of your many readers of The News at this place and who are very much interested in the welfare of our school I take pleasure in sending you the last programme of the Literary Society which meets every Friday night Opened with music by the choir PrayerRev J B Ferrell Select Reading Miss Ella Ferrell Music Quartette Misses Til ford and Hall and Messrs Montgomery and WeslyRecitationMiss Alice Hall RecitationMiss Mary Watson Select ReadingProf F M Montgomery Debate Resolved Womens right of suffrage should not be infringed uponAffirmative D A Wesley and Miss Jessie Bryant Negative Grover Rowe and Bettle Tilford Judges Mrs Bertha Wesley Mrs Dollie Coots Judge Tilford and J B Ferrell Decision in favor of affirmative PaperViola Ferrell Reading of the Query Box Adjourned with reading of programme for next Friday night Some time ago we suggested a reun ion of Adair county people to be held in this town this coming summer or fall and if the proper efforts were made such a meeting would result in much pleasure Those who lIveln Texas would meet those who reside in Nebraska the ones who have pitched their tents in the East would shake hands with themany who took Greeleys advice and the big hearted Kentuckians who seek wealth in the North would chime in with the merriment of those whose whose homes are in the Sunny South all on the old stamping ground the place of their youth with their friends and relatives who still dwell in their Old Kentucky hcmes It would be a meeting long to be remembered and the small cost to arrange for it would be but a trifle if the people of this Ac tion wuuld determine to Duvet Again we would suggest that the people of Russell county hiul i take pars in this tor the two cduutles bear a close relatlontnlp In another column will be seen an expression of an Adair coon ty reared gentleman regarding the proposed reunion We trust that others will give us their opinions re garding this meeting You shall have room In the nevi whether for or against If this meeting should be held thu sooner it Is deeidedthe better will be the result for it will take some time to reach tbe many who have gout 11 ia1 tia The Baptist church In this town Is thdpreacher wlllln the near future find taketThe entertainment at Pages Halt by the young men of Columbia Thurs day night Feb 21stj will consist of old time nigger minstlel introducing some of the best and latest coon songs jokes sketches etc Reserved seats for sale at Kemp Youngs 35c This office isjnow in possession of a new stapling machine which arrived from Cincinnati a few days ago It is about the size of a sewing machine and runs rapidly We are happy to an nounce that we are no longer annoyed with a slow process in binding boos Mr Henry Fulks Is now the proprie tor of the Hancock Livery Stable hav ing bought all the stock and vehicles last week He has also purchased several horses and wagons upon the outside among the number the team and drummers wagon owned by Mr W B e200eAn exchange tells of a lady who was bothered over the expression of one of her boarders Every time he came to the table he would exclaim Hebrews 138 Finanlly she concluded to in vestigateand found these words Jesus Christ the same yerterday and today and forever Evidently there was a change at the next meal Mr J H Albright who Is here in the interest of the Macabees will open the Lodge Friday night in the masonic Hall for the reception of new members He with others will address the people of the town and community Saturday night in the courthouse La dies are especially invited to be present The remains of James Dowdy who resided at Greensburg and who was well kuowc to a number of the young people of Columbia arrived at his old home last Saturday night for final interment Young Dowdy was a gal lant soldier and was killed in the Philippine Islands while in discharge of duty several mon the ago Quite a number of pensioners in Co lumbia received checks last week which shows that the department has some incompetent men employed or else their competency was rattled with red whiskey Some four or five of the checks were defective and had to be sent back for correction This is an noying and if the party in power cant find better men it should draw from the outs A Freak of Nature Mr W H Wheat who lives at Tar ter Adair county is the owner of a fine white ewe which gave birth to twins last Sunday morning one being a wellformed ewe lamb the other a complete hybrid the head ears tail skin and hair precisely like that of a hound puppy the legs and feet that of a lamb Hundreds of persons have called to see the curiosity The Columbia Minstrels will give an entertainment id Pages Hall Thursday night The very best local talent is Identified with this entertainment and there is not a doubt but what it will be highly enjoyable and instructI- ve It concludes with toe roaring Millitary Barlesque entitled The War Correspondents You cant af ford to miss this If you mean to be a candidate for office in Adair county then announce it in the News It will only cost you 300 and the News will tell it to near ly all the voters in the county The News stands out of the fight until the nominations have been made It is open to all aspirants for office on the above terms and your announcement may run until your party selects Its candidates Those who were entertained by Miss Pauline Cabell last Friday evening pronounce the gathering the most en joyable affair of the Winter All who put in an appearance were out for fun and there was no lack of opportunities for pleasant pasttime The music was delightful the cherades splendid and the amusement makers had on their best garbs So elated was the entire company the breaking up hour came entirely too soon- NOTICE I will on the first Monday of March 1901 and each day tor thirty days thtr after at the storehouse of G B Breed ing at Breedings Adair county Ky sit to receive claims against the estate of G B Breed lpg assignor for the use and benefit of his creditors and all creditors will tile their claims before me at said time and place verified as required by law in such cases This February 16 190U A O BAKER Assignee of G B Breeding Below I will offer you a few prices Coal Oil 175 test 15c per gallon Good Green Coffee lOc lb alb can Tomatoes Extra Good can Corn lOco 31b can Apples lOc Heavy Brown Domestic 5c yd Good Calico 4c Children Union Suits 19c Meal medium weight Drawer good goods 19c Boys heiiay hp shirts lace fronts 10 Hens Duck Loggias long Womens Union Suits 250 Cotton Blankets pair Lot Buys heavy Shoes nand 4 9Oc1 Womens extra good shoes at a bar gain prices Lot of Mens and Womens ovejshoes at a bargain All kinds produce bought at market price Bring uic your liens WAtilt 9R The body of Joseph Moses a peddler whose home was In Bradfordsville Ky wasfoundinGreenriverMondayneaItoachville were missing and the supposition is that he was robbed and murdered Another bank will soon be In operation at Monticello The contract for putting up the building has been let J R Oats Sr and brother of Augusts Ga are the leaders in the en terprise The promoters may know what they are doing but Lat this dis tance we can not see how two banks will pay at Monticello Mr Lisle Ba ker the cashier of the present institu tion has certainly built up a business that can not easily be taken from him There will be preaching at the fol lowing places next Sunday T F Walton this city Z T Williams this city F C Shearer Hutchinson school houseT Neatsburg G W Montgomery Knilley W P Gordan Mllltown T L Hulse Pleasant Ridge W B Cave Liberty Obituary Mrs Sarah Jane Briken wife of J M Briken of Russell county a highly respected lady died of pneumonia January 3 1901 She bad been a consistent member of the Baptist church for twenty eight years Her last days seemed to be the brightest having said some days before she wastaken sick tbatsbe was not tired of this life or her living children but preferred to go to be with one a daughter who had gone two years before Her remains were intered at the family burial ground W D Tarter officiating A FRIEND Mr GB Breeding who has been a general merchant at Breeding Adair county for a number of years made an assignment to his soninlaw Mr Asa Baker one day last week His liabili ties arc said to be four thousand dol lars mostly due to Louisville mer chants and his assets about double that amount The friends of Mr Breeding think that he will pay out and have enough means to continue in business Mr Breeding has generally been sue cessful in his undertakings and it is reported that much of his indebted ness was created without his knowl ddge He is an honorable man and his friends think that his creditors will not lose a cent by him Mrs G F Jones dead Mrs Bell Jones of Jamestown after a long siege of sickness passed away Tuesday morning at 4 oclock She had been an invalid for the last five years but her affliction was borne with the greatest paiticuce and Christian fortitude Mrs Jones was a daughter of H G and Eliza Atkins and a sister of J W Atkins Mrs C H Murrell and Mrs D J Schooling of this town Mrs Mollie Carson of Ind Mr Jo Atkins of Lebanon and Mrs Maggie Tucker who was present when death carne She was married to Mr G F Junes many years ago and since that time her home was in the town in which she died She bad entered her 46th year of life was a devoted member of the Methodist church a good mother and devoted wife This death was not unexpected for she had been lingering on the verge of the river for many months She leaves a husband and four children to whom we extend our sympathies in their sadest hour The burial takes place to day in James town JAMESTOWN Court convened with a large crowd in town The grand jury was Impaneled audi sent to their room The after noon wa taken up by candidates for county offices about40jn number who made speeches in the courthouse or at least many of them made public ad dresses showing why their party should nominate them Owing to an auction sale in town business is not up to the average court day with the merchants Mr E G Atkins a wellknown traveling man bought a couple of papers of safety pins from the peddler About twenty appearances on the docket sufficient to hold the court through the week The suit to setup the will of Bryan Nelson will occupy more time than any other one case and will be tried this week At the Christian church this city memorial services were held last Sun day night in honor of the memory of Mrs Frances E Wiliard the great temperance agitator Quite a number of appropriate songs were rendered by the young people of the town and a very entertaining lecture was deliver ed by Eld Tobias Uuffaker bringing out the life work of Mrs Willard Eld Z T Williams gave a talk and referred to the agitation now on in Kansas and predicted that it would spread aud result in uiuub good Thu proposed pike irons Columbia to Cumberland river is receiving lavora ole comment iu this section and sever al thousand dollar nav airway heen sutiniKd lor thlj puriiose Tnt llnl t1 raM or suijil poi Coat FIIQC IIt iirr iiJh uUIi turueijiiirr cliu mud form tiaieduvulopediu one family but the tig al tIU1r1DLloeI tttil prevent further wise Thu wurt tins oeen reached and in a short tl mo no danger t halur or will exist The following Columbians are attending the Jamestown court Judge W N Jones James P Montgomery Gordon Montgomery James Garnett Sr Rbllin Hurt F B Wipfrav yetfriaf lr 6 IdsIM 11 rfcn NELL celebrar76tesh birthday on the 15th inst was very enjoyable occasion The dif ferent members of the family be gan to arrive about 11 a m with baskets and boxes loaded with substantialand dainty eatables long table watt soon spread very much resembling an old fashion wedding table and all enjoyed the bountiful repast All the eight living children a number of gran children and one greatgrandchild making four generations were present besides other relatives an friends GRESMAM The farmers are taking advantage o the pretty weather and are moving or nicely with their work Some are most through turning tbesoil for their crops Owing to the recent freeze wheat looking badly in this section Hogs are scarce and a better price here now than has been for a number of years Mr Cbalmas Wilson a few days ago sold Mr Hardie Craddock one mare price 88000 Mr Wilfls Moore returned home ast week from a four weeks business trip to Louisville Miss Ethel and Master Owen Hagan Greensburg are the geests of Miss Jessie Buchanan this week Mrs H C Moore spent last week with eer mather Mrs Martha Paxton Rollingburg Mr and Mrs Lewis Coffey Greens burg visited Mrs Lizzie Moore Sanur day night and Sunday James Loy and wife visited the lat ters parents Mr aud Mrs G S Hood Rollingburg from Sunday until Monday Mr Robert Moore and family of Canmer Hart county who visited reIn lives at thin place two weeks returned home last Friday Mlsscs Ethel jl Emma Paxton and Tjnnle Hood of Rollinglury visited the familys of Tames Loy and Hugh Creed Moore Monday night and Tuesday Larippe Whwpiagcuugh ard iltab lesare In this and acljiininsr neighbor hoods but all seem to be in a light form Mr Jim Pendleton of Knlfley who bought the Parks Buchanan mill Is now here putting up the machinery at the old stand and will in a short time be greatdties dRev T F Walton will fill his relu appointment at Ebenezer Sunday The Monday night prayer meetlngat Ebernezer seems to be increasing in interest and is going on nicely I hobbled into Mr Blackmons drug store one evening saysvWesley Nelson of Hamilton Ga and be ask ed me to try Chamberlains Pain Balm fur rheumatism with which I had suffered for a long time I told him I Had no faith in any medicine as they ill failed He said Well if Cham berlains Pain Balm does not held you you need not pay for it I ttoka ottleof It home and used it accord tiK to the directions and in one week I was cured and have not since been troubled with rheumatism Sold by Cravens 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 Nuu nally druggist Hartford Iowa rec ninvndd Mnrrrs Sarsnpnrilln ano Iron to cure the anti e of the sure nil make it heal from the inside A few bottles cured his leg arid put liiin in better health than he Im been in for 20 years Ask your druggist PROGRAMME OF TilE COLUMBIA MINSTRELS AT PAGES HALLo- s TftlffiSDfty EVENING FEBRUARY 21st 1901 33 39 3 rEI 6t ecFaEE- SctP7TRT I OPENING CHORUS Swing low Seet Chariot ETHEOPIAN NOVELTY You have got to play rag tinw II D Barker SONG AND CnoRusShe Rests by the Sawanec River Fred Hancock TROUBLE SoreJust Because She made then GooGoo Eyes H D Barker COON SosoEvery Body Knows my Name W S Barker LULU SONGMiss Lina Rosenfiold COMIC LOVE SONGPliuy Come Kiss Your Baby H D Barker BASS SOLO AND QUARTETTE Asleep in The Deep Messrs Dunbar Barbee Kemp Hancock and Barker Curtain PART II ruI do not ask your pity HD Barker MALE QUARTETTE Mid The Green Fields of Virginia Messrs Barker Kemp Hancock and Barbee SONG AND CAKE VALKSho is the Real Thing My Lady Mabel Atkins and Edna Lewis STORY SONGTbe Tale of the Kangaroo W S Barker MALE QUARTETTETwilight Bells Messrs Barker Kemp Hancock and Barbee Curtain To conclude with the Roaring Military Burlesque en titled The American War Correspondents i Sketch V1 0 o CAST OF CHARACTERS JAKE BLOTTER 1I Yarberry WarTwo American Correspond Co NEWS QmnPETEAGUINALDO Fred Hancock JUAN A SOLDIER S N Hancock INEZ A WAITING MAID Misa Gertrude Grady FILIPINO SOLDIERS ETC W S BARKER flg- rN EW LnlERVSTABLE Good Rigs Good Stock and Careful Drivers Court 1Iltttnt on Rivm tall Parties desiring rigs or saddle stock are Invited to call LocATIoN rear the Hancock Hotel Give me a t pFULiB Proprf A DOG WITH A YC932I1 Ii3 J Wealthy Eastern Family Refused to Let Injured Animal Be Shot So far as known the only dog to possess an artificial leg is the thor oughbred fox terrier Nat the pride of the Merrift family ofMilton Hills just outside of Boston and Nat real ly hasnt got his cork leg yet For a month past Nat has been stumping about on a temporary artificial leg whittled out ofa piece of soft pine But in a few days says the New York Herald this courageous little animal is to be taken to Lowell MassI where the Andrews factory for mak ing artificial feet and legs for the t is situated There a cast of his uninjured left fore foot the mate of the lost one will be made From the cast an artificial cork leg will be made Dr John A OConnell the veter inarian of the Bowdoin kennels Dorchester who directed the ampu tation of Nats leg thinks the cork leg will cost in the neighborhood of S50 but that is a bagatelle to his own ers Much will depend upon the suc cess of the first attempt at casting a live dogs leg Several attempts may be necessary before a perfect model is is not quite a year old came to grief on last Fourth of July when he tried to spring from a porch in the rear of the Merritt mansion in Blue Hill avenue Milton Hills an aristocratic suburb of Boston and fell 14 feet When the little animal was picked up it was apparent he was suffering great pain Two local vet crinarians were promptly summoned Upon examination it was found that Nat had fractured his right for leg at the third index For two day allsorts of treatment were trjed in vain Then the doctors said Nat s case was hopeless and recommended that he be shot The Merritt family are wealthy They have a beautiful home thei fancy cattle graze on their rolling acres and all sorts of luxuries sur round them but next to the two Merritt youngsters the greatest store is set by Nat Mr Merritt a prom inent dye importer of Boston is traveling in India He valued the dog at 200 when he gave him to Mrs Mer ritt a few months ago Nat must not die while Mr Mer ritt is away said Mrs Merritt im periously ignoring the dictum of the wise physicians as of ttimes a woman willAfter further consultation it was decided to take the dog to the Bow doin kennels and see if the veterin arians there could do anything fo Nat Dr OConnell the expert who has officiated at most of the big dog shows recently made a thorough ex amination of the fractured member while Mrs Merritt pleaded earnestl for him to hold out some prospect of hopeDr OConnell was not sancuine He found what would correspond to a break in a boys arm at the elbow The fracture was a bad one The fore leg was swollen to twice its natural size Gangrene had set in It looked hopeless said Dr OConnell in discussing the case a few days ago but what can a man do when a woman is in tears and chil dren look up at him with piteous ap peals I said Id try to amputate the fore paw but could not at that late day guarantee a successful issue of the experiment I was without proper assistance or any sort of tempo rary artificial leg for Nat but we went to work doglegthree days while we scraped the bone and treated the skin flap around it After the treatment Nat would lie al most comatose though we roused him and fed him at regular intervals After awhile he rallied a little and when granulation set in and the wound was not too sensitive a rude stumpWithcollar around his leg and a harness to keep the wood in place we turned Nat looseAt he refused to move When he found he could not get rid of the innovation he bravely put up with it and gradually learned to derive sup port from it Then the Merritt family refused to be separated from its idolany longer and Nat was taken back to Milton Hills The skin haslgrown firmly around the top of the woodand the operation is hailed a success by the veterinarians who have had a chance to examine Nat When a real accurately fashioned artificial leg is made and properly ad justed the log will look fairly sentable and he wont endure very much discomfort I think The Merritt family is delighted ONE LESS WEitonjp Pawning of Ring Led to Breaking Off of Engagement There will he one leeSweddin on Easter afon than war schedujfecl1 ftisbeingr has just been broken goes back everyone etrpppec to some time laei Y Notice Stockmen If you will need anything in the above lino we are prepared to furnish you Can print cards folders or posters and at the lowest figures spring ior at any rate wnen the lie schools closed and the young wo fosr wore a a mond on her left hand When she came back in September the ring was missing but the man continued to he apparentry night ago the engagement was broken and then the story came out and ever since as remarked in thobeginnin the friends of the two sundered sweethearts have been hotly debating the ethics of the case and are so far as I can see as remote from coming to common agreement as ever schoolteachers when they are young and pretty and fond of having a good time are likely to do this young woman spent all the savings of a year of work long before it was time to comeback to town and when the day did arrive when it was necessary for her to buy a railroad ticket to Milwaukee she just had three cents and postage wars no one of whom she could borrow the money and there was no way in which she could earn it quickly enough So she did what she declares was the doneundeyr r engagement ring and came back to town triumphantly The first twinge ofconscience she experienced was when her sweetheart inquired as to gavehimfied him at the time but aftersheha exhausted the possibilities ofsuch tales as having the setting made stronger the ring itself made smaller and the diamond cleaned and when one thing after another prevented her togethert9ably would have been wisest to have done in the first placeshe told the truth And hewell as told you the engagement is off He says she never saysheopinionlIfilwaukee TBIG SUM IN THE AGGREGATE England Loss by the WearingOut Money rgEverybodyknowsthatmoneywea out but few people have an idea of the extent of the wearingout process Those who have never thought of the subject before says the Lon don Chronicle will he amazed to know that John Bull leas worn out half a million of money in his pocket since the queen came to the throne The figure is indeed much higher than thatit passed the half million three years ago As a matter of fact the losa to the mint during the last eight year has been at the rate of something like f200 a day but it must be understood d in contemplating this startling fact that light coins have only been with drawn from circulation since 1892 so that the daily E200 represents the waste of the previous years In the first year of the calling in of light gold the total value of the deficiency was over a quarter of a million sterling an average of about Jourpence on a sovereign Since then of course the amount yyearnotbecause t sloWly but because are not al lowed fo wear ftirso1an In 1893 eightfind ahalf mflljon gbid Coins 1founds In istei 3t fell half its1levcJo r Iiml all countries all persons look alike to him United States assimilation with Cuba is already commencing in a matrl menial way A short time ago the American Superintendent of Public Schools in Havana was married to a Cuban school teacher A few cases have been reported of American Offi magr I Porto Rico Working 0rdllW gyEight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always work night and day curing Indigestion Billiousness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25c at Paulls drugstore 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 sally druggist Hartford Iowa re ommended Morleys Sarsaparilla and- Iron to cure the cause of the sore and make it heal from the inside A fe bottles cured his leg and put him in better health than he hay been in to 20 years Ask your druggist President McKinley is happy his pet bill for the reorganization of hotdb Houses of Congress and his signature finishes the job Now that this momentous question is settled the party is expected to fulfill the promises doubt less made to Mark Hanna to pass his pet measure the Ship Subsidy bill Consumption Is a germ disease The germs are everywhere but they can not get hold of you unless you get jour lungs ready for them by neglecting a Icold or failing to properly cure a cough The important merit of Morleys Hoop n Pectorlal is that while it cures quickly it cures thoroughly Ask your druggist of1INWere First Made in France of Brass and Iron pinsfrompassed That no person shallcto sale any pinnes but only such as shall be double headed and have the heads soldered fast to the shank of the pinnes well smoothed the shank well shapen the points well round sharpenedAt made of brass but many were also made of iron with brass surface France sent a large number of pins to England un til about the year 1626 In this year says Good Words one John Tijsby started pinmaking in Gloucestershire So successful was his venture that he soon had 1500 persons working These pins made at reputeIn d founded corporation The industry Birminghamcenter In 1775 prizes were offered for the first nativemade pins and aieetiles J1Oar l8and during thitwhit la ISl2 pins fetched enoTmtras prices PinstarjrfrrjniSiincIreB in hn ro smafi gilt entQnroIugim pn J rmb getrpeople mad is hated by all decent ples ffwiiingten D trtij r 1 rjf Hart to Conquer or Dio I was just about gone writes Mrs Rosa Richardson of Laurel Springs N C I bad Consumption so bad tb best doctors said I could not live more than a month but I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured bt seven bottles and am now stout and well Its an unrivaled lifesaver in Consumption Pneumonia La Grippe and Bronchitis infalliable for Coughs Colds Asthma Hay Fever Croup or Whooping Cough Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at Paulls Drugstore In Morgan county Isaac Law son shot and killed Lee Blanken ship A Firemans Close Cull I stuck to my enginealthough ery joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bel lamy a locomotive fireman of Bur- ling Iowa I was weak and pale tincdown As I was about to give up 1 gota bottle of Electric Bitters and ratter taking it I felt as well as I ere ruru down people always gain new life vl or and stredgth from their use them Satisfaction guaranteed by T E Paull Price 50c Gov Beckbam announces that under no circumstances will the Jeffries Rhuiii prizefight be allowed to tak place Kentucky Thclaim of other cough medicinis to be as good as Chamberlains are e r fectually set at rest in the following testimonial of Mr p D Glass an em ploye of Bartlett Dennis Co Gard ner Me He says I bad kept adding to a cold and cough in the winter of 1897 trying every cough medicine I heard of without permanent help until one day I was in the drug store of Mr Hotilehan 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 at this time I t was completely cured by this remedy and have since always turned toil when I hint a cold and soon find relief I always recommend It to my friends and am glad to say it is the bust of jil medicines Fur rile by l Cravens James H Tucker a farmer of Lincoln county was found dead in hell Heart disease supposed to be the cause Bucklens Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for marvellous cure It surpasses any other salve lo tins ointment or balm fur Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sore happed Hands Skin Eruptions Infallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25catT E Paulls Three thousand male citizens held u mass meeting at Topeka has and issued an ultimatum to the jIJlIJtkeepersto closa thpir places by next Friday at noon The whisky men fire warned unless they close an army of 1000armed men will march theiht signed pledges to atilint in such tn army John Casey of Loaisville aged 46 years died from injuries received while 1t7hMt j IfHui t l IfbunjWomen Tuentry into womanhood is a time for a girl Little men strual disorders started at that time soon grow into fatal complications That female proves thsgraveyards lishes a painkssand naturalmenstrual flow When once this Important tion is started right a will usuaUyoUow Many women young o owe their lives to Wine of CarduL There is nothing like it to give women freedom from pain and to fit young women for every duty of life 100 bottles at druggists Della Strayer Tully Kant I have suffered untold pain at menstrual periods for a long time was nervous had no appetite and lost Interest In everything fact was miserable have taken four bottles of of Cardul with Thedfords BlackDraught when needed and today am entirely cured cannot express the thanks reel for what you have done for me For advice In eases requiring special dIne tions address giving symptoms the Ladles Department The Chattanooga icine Chattanooga Tenn Press dispatches announce that a boy has been discovered who has Xray eyes He ought to be employed to look through the democratic senators and representatives who voted for the re publican army hill and discover tlie reasons which led them to repudiate tthe democratic platform Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Carr F J CHENEY R COProp Toledo b We the undersigned have known P J Cheney for the lasts 15 years and be hove him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to caray out any obligations made by their firm WEST TREAUX WALDJNG KINNAN MAKVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free HallsFam fly Pius are floe best beendenscribing Mr Roasevelts hunt asa con tinued story Davenport illustrates Carr loops Each days chapter ends In the middleofasentence leaving the heros gfate In doubt If the narrative is pub fished complete in book form It will make the average yellowback novel seem tamp Give Them a Good Example theebest possible start on the road to good government we could begin no better than by dropping all excuses and al pretenses and fulfilling the pledges made in our war resolutions TheGu has people would be benefit d by this good example Our concern for their future could be best shown by setting them a pattern in all of our public at fairs showing them that the duty of a republic is to enact and execute laws for the benefit of the whole people and to protect the national reputation as carefully as the individual Would protect his own reputation The administration politicians will no well to move cautiously intheir re tiiiionswitb the people of Cuba There U nothing in the history of thatls thud there is nUtbibgiathe character d that people to warrant the belief hat IJUr nation can safely violate the illdue of the war resolutions or deny lie truth of thE statement that the people of the island of Cuba dare and of u right ought to be free and inde pendent Commoner When the Baptist Argus declares that Jesus Christ will come to ref u in this world the sooner bccaus Queen Victoria has lived it is drawing it a little stronger tb either couituou sense or good taste warren The second coming of the God of all is not dependant upon Uhi r thr iifiir Heatlvor even exist of anyiurie rfalJ of the rrIU tilt ruiut lib lif mortality used by BIRl ill tiprlshini His great purposes Arrst wuoiau is as high above the creature man as ire thtt heavens above the earth and there VfeMijlb ojf them taiiabearinthe fcurdensjtof ffknownbutedl who art tp eveyyrespecgthe peers or that accident of a birth Queen Vic- erlaGlasgbwTimes Abner Anderson was kilted while Yellin a bate anOhriisn uiatihby f tr t IT PFTTBRSON HOTEKi r J7THST OWN KY io etter place can e found than at the tbove named hotel It is new elegantly tarnished and thete ole at all times sup plied with the best the market affords Feed Stable in eon t uection J B PATTERSON Proprietor KRIEGE lVlIltilER tWHOLESALE 3IANUFACTUBERS OF L tH SHDDI1ESt f4t f Barnes e and Strap W 1Iq 172 Fourth Avenue Represented bcj JO HIbL LiOUlSVlIiliE 11 J BUCKXUR Sa BUCKNER J BUCKNER Ja President Vice resident SecyandTreas Buckosr Tobacco Warehouse Ko INCORPORATED 313319CjfAPtL ST BET MAIN AND MARKET AND 216220 TENTH ST LOWISVILLe KV SP6CI7L KYTirNTION CI3L131Y PRI3lATI3 SALes Font MONTHS FREE STORAGE Independent HVno Mark your Hhds BUOKNER HOUSE r Jille i 1 Sefyool GRADYVILLE KY ODDOXXJ0- I tCUJN W FkOWE s Principal MlSSitUli A AI1Efl Assistant Spring Term 0perisJanuhirp 7 continues 5 Months ThW6u jr6bufs sof8ltiiJ will be given in common and high school X branches of study f i Sppcial attention BJvtii tpachor rHJiiriiii for examinations Tuition Reasonable 1Tollwutrbo rd cauEItflkInrd in the best of families at 150 per week or l 1 from Monday to Friday Address f JOHN W FLOWERS GrmlyyiU Kentucky i To get a really goodCUp of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the grindingInARBIJCKLFSyou a coffee thats sdentigcally roasted and delivered toyo berryhermeticany sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put fsout imitations of it These r r1andless than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can g- etArbuckles Roasted Coffee for it is actually less jcxpt sive than the cheap kind 10 goes further besides being ro better flavored more satis TdW Wig You will find a lit otsitf t f des ia each of A nf tUiyou I iig- a 1atnt1 iNoiRo ttm 1t jiHetItMNew YeckOi NY t2J t r