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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir P i L= c J Jllfl4m COUNTY NEVS-6 VOLUME 4 OOLIMBIA AiAlfiUQrarXKENTU01Yv WpilESlJAIv MAKOH 13 1901 UMBER48 POSlXjJFFlCE DIKECTOR1 MituSacli PomatCr- tntenodrw I Uayi00 m io 8i pK 1JjIRjTRY JlDr ThICJlIZqOjJJlTThretlellloDII tn 1Iay adary third MondY CptCWbT JJanrtturn yNIL rneriffJ Hurt r t oflj IerJUU 1Ch I Judgo1 ffd ntj tnyJisthflettJr- ilcT a BultH Irs IJtchell r1 wo Ii r dshm TMGaffrryorIt J UPIWJ Jine d tetcflrr rIOI11IUM1Ji Iiw 7 r Of I U itt 01J JECTOK Y iv 1REIrYTEKIANU- BSTReT T f llOt tJitor ei1c a iecondrndfourth 8unds n eich inoiib 8unJayfchbol aU a m creiy Snbb th Hruvrj rawtlsir very Wfdnetlda sIgtI KTHOfI8TfcfUU- BKSVILLK STRrnReY W Pi Gordon pastor 8erVice Orst Sunday In each mon- th5uuay6huIti7Seibtb aS m2Trm- ietng Thursday night rii f BAPTIST iKBBWsncao W Barnett Serricea third 5ndy beach month- tindayichoL every Sabbath at mr Prayer- oeetlng Tued night AUPBBIL8VILIB PIER Elder L WlUlamsI Pastor Serrice First Sunday In ath mouth Sunday chool every Sabbath atOm Prayer meetinif Vedneday night i LODGES MASONIC No F and A MReru ar meeting In their ball over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon in each month QAKBMK W T R Sccy R No meets first Monday night in each month EMUMEtAB P J J Secretary s n a cmi IiJS c = l H9iAUGHANProptrs1I a nu above named hotet was rocefltlyopcuea and hail fin run from thittrt Mrs Inokeafter the cUllury departmen acdhthat thctibtt uppIied U all wi the Wt1bf Farkc Jfordb the prprIeir iitivt very irf tsiampk om8 und the building tintILebann Steaffliudry BEBlN0NfKYj rtrJ r as1 J firflOBQUQIJLY5equpped tI9qcri t lenced eapd thing as high grgdje JrJs t turned out any place in the country Patronize 8I 5borne tn lU i9r A dairy Russe iT I5iMJqtCEintsoUQJN j Ud ij W JOHNSTON ci W fro REED MILLER Afecife Columbia a KeatSefejr 3Ot fcto peck ot raina1l- lts R doe ofMAr1aywLiffio 1fsfo1I Bilious People will cure you vhiU you 4ecp Stigapsoatcd Onoada5 1h1zy nffttr1n U 1 Ittp i 3 The seer War C enoMl IP the Nurtb American Rertfiew fur Jh t ch former Prcsidtnt Harnwm the second of bis papers on Musinas off CunentToplcp freitinK of the Brl ilKbAllance IdthoI Boer Warll GenrHarriwn sayisln part Is nu thrl snri table tendgtiify of Wy attcmiit rIOt GreatDrlta1n Ind the Ufud- SfjVsin Ulfrrflation nt aicKt ri uj sad tj streiijtthfn Ito sntiBrvsu piIiy tn tbtiJJoltfd States and atun tlAmeriran party in Great Brituin If a friendship between Great Britain UHl the United States that will mate hEW lwr edlate relations corilia and iiDte thpJriuflucnie for peace anCl hu illfl t tt be matntaItJer1t biirome a btatus must if not be Mid jlowiijjij a moral instead of a ciinmur cial Morals abide commercldl interests Khift The friendship must hOt bfo3 party bore with a party thorp Upon that basis we shall have racking alterations ol gush and coldness Is the friendly cooperations of the two nations tobe rested upon the abandon ment or modification oh her tradition al policy or upon the abandonment of oUrs In the prosecution of the open door policy that is equal commercial privileges to allnations we haveper hap found a common basis of diplo matic action To us this means I stUl think the recognition of the autonomy of weak nations and theirI to regulate their own internal affairs opposed to dismemberment or the paramountcy of one of the 4reat powers Does Great Britain accept tb open door policy in that sense ZNOLANDHAS LOST BElt KONorOLTI It is not possible if that suitably urged Great Britain might come to stand with us against the forcible ab sorption of weak States and for open doors everywhere She has lost her monopoly of expansion She has foundt that her most loyal colonies buy in thel best market The increased cost andj competitionin the ti business of expan lon are suggestive The American people gaTergencr ouslyof their love to Queen Victoria Her death was felt here to be aiamlly jsorow She wits not associated in the American mind with those aggressive features of the British cbaractrand foyerS pT1cjThci ititiiaes- o much resented The American love foTlier as a Queon was largely based w the beJ Hot that her influence wjisyusjd as lar aslt might be to aitinijftnrW Bion and to promote peace Tlie insistence of many individuals and nf a very large wction of the ne sr paper press thai as a matter Bt iIjprocity we must give our fljrtnpathj to G eat Britain in tbBoer war and the frequent reference to certain crude and llliborkl things in tht Dutch adminis ti ttfJldf the THnBvaalasma torti JujjtlfyiDif nil armed Ifftervention by GFet Britain have very naturally turned my vagrant thoughts to the consideration of the question whether these alleged faultain the internal ad ministration of the Boers furnished Justification for the wannade by Great Britain upon the Boers BUBUS PUSHED TO TIlE WALL The Boers did nut seek warwith Great Britain They retreated to the wail The British Intervention in South Africa wasnot a respinaeanyp- peal from so much as atragmentof tlBoerpeopler They wereTibtonly content with the Government they had instituted but passionately devo ted to it with a readinpss to die in its defente that took no account of agor ex The political conditions in Cuba when we intervened were the very op PoSh 6f those in the Transvaal Our Uterontfbriwas behalf of the Cur bans We cooperated to free them fomthijiWet of aGvcrnrnenttthpse pffQTfKiiipK and cruelties1 had many time b tore driven them Into rcbelIon Great Britains intervention in South Africa was against a untttd pco pIe if you pleaseunder a government ot theic own construction and the itdrtbblhitlobastehai- bly the interests of British subjects sojourning there VTbere was plainly can for an r rtl lnterventti1the 3tirL State lb South Atrlta and ptrhatw our dipitmxathiMigetUons went aJar u taste would justify But haW ebb mbflo rJlnfOOfJie lgn Bomfehow tiiigly vtuf or litobcr SfD1P uOateate rtifelob If we have Icat either the ijilJt to0enounee gKrc dot or the cfcptcity torWCp wh jn rcpobjJcn i1tiI tsYiJj Len We Forge- tPresIdtutXvZJnlqre1ewed the augural parade from a magnificent Courf of ffotjiur which strfoed its stately length along Pennsylvania ave nue la Washington for a distance of several blocks covering tba frpAtrof the United States Treasury the White HQUfiutthei5titer Waraud Navy build ingsSw inip sing pnctaxcce thi gnat stage pjciurc of the iridentre- viewIuiglfib iFivepage nt or ganized in hisJtiyppr Thi written de scription of the niarcu past the Chief Executive fheLatfun reads like th- eaundtt i srpaiiiojiapteiidIap- omp that markedtbx ttbmtiou of theJate Queen and Empress Victorias dancdjubIefbyJitali The trist oMr McKinIeysetiud In ayguratiou as President of the United StaUjs is estimated at 4230000 There were colonial troops In the American pageant as in the English typifying the worldpower of America as of Great Britain indicating the farjflung battle line ol a JRepubltc thatlhas gone into the Empire buslnese the subjugation and forcible govern ment of weaker peoples For the first time inAmerican history colonial dir pendencies were represented in the mostcharacteristic ceremony of Amer- Ican national life Tbe colonial troops In the Presidents inaugural parade hailed from the helpless little island which is being govorned in the interest of the SugarTrust- Yes it was imposing The great Be public of Borne delighted in such spec tacles in thedayd when it had ceased be I Republic save in name It also spent millions for spectacular efIfect and included itsrconquered peaIplea in the columns passingin review The American spectacle Df last week would not have been possible in the earlier and simpler days of our Repub Ie Neither is it possible under a faithful maintenance of the principles that prevailed in those earlier and simpler daysst Louis Republic story of Nearer MyOodTb Thee As a wrIter as a poet there were few in thtliterary world ofJJondon In the forties who jiad notheard of Sa rah Flower Adams the gifted woman towhom all Christendom today pays hornagesjuit love fpr fiel1 Jinmortal i hymn ifearer My God to Thee writes Clifford Eoward In Februarys Ladles Home Journal It was written in 1810 and had subsequently been aet to the music by Eliza Flower and included in a colJ cuonoQhymns writ n and composed by the two tiutersi Only within that jear bad tbejr book of Hymns and Anthems been published and the hymn that wasjics fherlbwithin the waifs of a single church Palace Chapel London h It was not however uutiiaf ttr the year when the present wellknown music was composed for it tyr Dr Lowell Mason of KewXorti that the hymn attained its widespread popu lajity Up to that time it bad attract ed but little notice Through the spir it of Dr Masons sympathetic music was quickened into glorious life and brought within the reach of every Christian soul But this was loug after thr author of the hymn had q- ed away She died In 1848 without knowing of the triumph and the glory that awaltcp her work Her grave in thuliltle village of her birth is un marked by any moment to her fame vc TWice Proven From The VIndctAr1Rutberfadtarn- N CT Tbeu ditpr Df the Vindicator has had occfslonto teat the efficacy otI Chamberlaiqa Pain Balm twice with the mostret jklbi rcsulLsln cich case Firt with rheumatism in the shoulder with which he suffered ex cruslatlng pain for ten days which was relief ed with two appllbations of Pain Balm n bbitthep rts afflicted and realizing instant benefit and entire re In a abort tine Second in rheumatism thlgtt joint8jmo8tprostrating him with evere pain which was re llevd bptwo applications rubbing with the llolBQenf on retiring atnight and getting npjree from pkin Por- ebyMaciravoti lTh N brikaStafe 3ni M tilitY at Wfaooln wkh dwitroyfed by fir pne pioner4as burned rto death The pri oneos ire deeping in Whti feir xaed by tlwtailiUry r o l F 1 RcUIns His PrewntCiblnct Last wtekjhe PccBidentpent the fol lowfng uomlpatlpnsto the enate John nay pXtbe Dist ct of Colum bia to be Secretary of StatevM Lyman J Gagej of Illinois t jq be Sec retary of the Treisury VM Elihu Ttootof NcwY ikt tiEfScC r jretary of War John W GIggfNewJersj1obc Attorney GtnWal J ICliaries Eiuofy ftuilthVor Pouiiiyl vania to be Postmaster General John D Long of Massachusetts to be Secretary of the Navy Ethau A Hitchcock or MLssjUrl tu be Secretary of the interior James Wilson of Iowa to be Scare- nary of Agriculture The Senate conUrmedalLtbe Cabinet nominationsThe today issued a new commission to Mr George B Oortelyou as Secretary to the President jLikeFiction The dUne novelist may now go out of business Here are the facts Elaine Sinclain born in a log cabin iu Blanco county Texas Farm boys fought about her before she was 15 Trashy books gave her a longing for tine garments She put on her brothers clothes took a gun and waylaid the stage which had passed by her house every duy since her birth Xo suspicion as to Elaine Several months after she returned home dressed to kill Her old mother saW Elaine had been visiting her rich aunt who died and left her money Son of rich banker in the country Slocum was his name married the Honeymoon in New Orleans Bride wanted to go abroad Groom said no Bride taken ill Grooms father rich old lanker comes to see whats the matter Few days later son sent hQmejold man lingers hypno J tized by his daughterin law They st elope to Europe One day daughter inlaw disappears with handsome man TOld man Slocum nearly penniless t works his way home on a tramp steamer Amount alleged to have been spent by Slocum 50000oSix months later Elaine returned- to Blanco TeL her old home radiant n ribbons dazzling with diamonds A few months later in New Orleans again Cage Horn pilot of Creole and also a high roller as a gambler me ts her Hypnotized They travel up and down the river One night she proposesa scheme to Cave Horn Stealth boat sand takeT t into other waters He dues it a11YReachetpainted and floated drthe name of Elaine For weeks and weeks the voyages were like that which CIco patra ia said to have made on the lIIetwhen she wove the mvshes about AuiouyrWeeks later Alva Lugo Mexican gambler on board Bigjjame betwccn him and Cage Horn Latter looses Finally wputs up the boat and loses the craft Horn shoots himsef and diesip Elaines lap vI j Elaine in Guadalajara Married to rich old Don Lives in a palace Still beautiful still youthful still a dream t Enter rich Dongs sun Hypnotized Enajnc elopes with him Old Don in hot pursuit Overtakes tlopere as they are about to set sail for South America Elaine defiant In chains rhebinjall in GuadaJarn Knn es capiS 5 J SSHere the facts ua out 3tS At Mlddlesboro last Monday the two story frame building on top of Pinna cle Rock at the junction of Virginia TIMs l and KeritucSy Was destroy ed by fire The woods on ibp of the Cumberland Mountains were onlireI for several days and the fireMonday1 reacbed the bnildlng The flames were seen formiles Ths building was a rellcot boomdaysfr z Coughs tell you that therqjoine thnng in the tbroat orjutjijsilt Is thn cause not the cough that yo- uflustIQat MorlewiIqcyec tbraisearehefi out the cause of jrpuble it heals the InriametfiairfaceK stops the irrntfdfl Itxfoens thfe rfoditri an i tbresttie thoroughly vfoiiTgent rI J n s eerftowo J j Jibo county emOratsat mretiiihed ktP r8 ktJay rUndi 5J m s 1tvc ttli tibclriiId ti t r 4 Middlesburo Ky March 4It Is be lleved that Mlddicsiboro will again be boomed not as it was in the beginning of the town but with a View to a aLex dy natural growth H L Under wood5manager of the Middlesboro Totfh Company wh6 turried frtfm ThncliiMst week is taIdtohtWset cured funds iri England industries in the townwlll befctafrted up and MrVTJi derwood secured seter al thousanddollars which wJlf beustid in buildingbitlfa Hundred cottages on Lake Therlmere i Had to Comiuor or Die rr I was justabouU gone11 writes Mjs Rosa Richardson of LaureJ Springs n1nid 9nsqxons1bd lJei t dprs llrpoqJilnPfJJe xrlPff bHaffloqttPu i iIiiW1flfr Kings New Dfscovery and wa wjjpjy cured bt seven bottles andam now stout and weUu Its ap ujjriyaled lifesaver in Consumption Pneumonia La 1rippe and Bronchitis infalliable for Coughs Colds Asthma Hay Fe vet Croup or JVhoopIng Cough Guar anteed bottles 50c and 3100 Trial bottles free at Paulls Drugstore Scottsviile Ky March 5 Robert GreathousehuanQld man who lives near Settle in the northern part of this ctunty went violently insane Saturday and escaped from his home Sunday nnd roamed in the woods until yesterday when he tired on Mr Tom Motley a farmer who was enI route to his work The mad man though tMotley was an officer A possee of a dozen men was formed and finally overpowered the lunatic and brought I ihlm to town where he was taken be fore the court and ordered sent to thel Hopkinsville Asylum Working Overtime Eightbour laws are ignored by those tireless little wprkers Dr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always i work night and day curing Indiges ion Billlousness CObstlpatlonSlck- Headache i and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe ute Only 25cat Paulls drugstore At Bowling Green last week thesuit f the American National Bank of LouIsville againstC S andEB Don aidson sureties of Porter Bros bank rupts was decided in fa rof the plaintiff The Verdict was for the full mount sued for 5500 I The Farmers Home Fire Insurance Company Junction CityKy 200QOO strong Insures all khids of property except steam mills hemp and tobacco Rates reasonable Insures against Fjrej Lightning and Wind Z M STAPLES County Director TV A MUKUELL A sent A N WELLS for many years with the Continental General Manager The Democrats of Ohio county l1TC nominated MTJ Gcc for Ropresentar ive McGIran county Democrats have nominated J A Peak for Repre nintatlvc and G W Hicfcman fpr State Senator 5RIch Red Blood Morleys SarsaparillaLapd Iron not nly purifies the loocl makes new rich red blood t If yon have skin erup tibnsj bolls tbscessesrhemnatism or scrofula or if you have arundowni- retioutfCellh try this remedy and mite tbfr pronipt reguYts Ask your druggist Fear is exprsSed in official circleaat bineton thatjeirneotth Powers will make such heavy denwriaVfor demnlty from China that bc dynasty will be destroyed and a direct address several of thVforelgif offices may be rtJsary to prevent such action Stme cnuKh retnidies hide a coilgb theydrug It into silence but the IrrlM- KtionsTaystrfthe lungs to cause trouble1 MopectoraisOuths bealS strengthens and cures thoroughly The cough tbpsVbecanse the causg lsii7 rnyed Prlce25CtS4 Ask your drngj gista h iys statf d tnat Mr5 CbamberSj oi Al bflma late Chief Justice otSamoav bdagpointed a commissIoner to adjust claims lit American citlscris arlsingyoutofthe warwfth Spairr Mi5jLA T WOtd fMtSt rllbg will file hlg application at WUshlngtoD for thedlfirrlct 3f ittrff neyWiiiipt jh nwFe1deraT d1htW tia1ecued tp1tr hniith ltltnrIM ir QillliteJ BlIywjit urgbtsppsiuenieiV- fttitt1f J Catumlsaiolet ir II John MacWilson Durant of Albany New York hasbcen killed at OstrnrI In duel with a Russian Count TroubTeover a woman is said to have taused the tragedy Several Irish members of the House o Commons were removed from the IjQUJSebyorcelast night upon their refusal tqleavewhen ordered to Jdo so by the Speaker TheDemocrdfs the Senate held a conference in Wasfaingfon yesterday tt discu s committee vacancies and the dbture movement NO formal a tonrns takd- nThtState Prison Commission grant Cd parriksla four cascxayesterddy1 IaroasiTthceottvhs aOeltlthiig lblmwnh4noth whl IfonsiwErerflied i n1j Toe Chinese plenipotentiaries havv entered a prc4etto the Ministers f the Powers regarding the legation quarters now cstablishrd in Pekins public buildings Chinese officials say that if the Pow era persist in fortifying the legation quarter it probable that the difriese court will never return to Pekin The gross gold in the Treasury yesterday was 485412158 the hlght amount ever retchedjn the history of the Government The Carnegie Steel Company is said to baveabandoned the projector build jing a 12000000 tube plant at Con neautj O ThePresident vesfordsiy renomlna tea the members of his former Cabinet The nominations were confirmed by the Senate The cost of the Boer war to th1 British is estimatedat over 650 jDOO000r JohnD Rockefeller gifts to Chicago University 1tto over 9000000 A free for all fight in Haucock county Tenri between Thomas Hold an and his sons and John Tye and has boys resulted in the death of Thomas Holdman ajid Will Tye hp9ijjpan and John Tye were ueiglibpra and fell put overa question iu which their farms were hivolvedco This office Is prepared to dp all kindk of printing for stockmen Can furnish cards posters drfold rWiutthc low st prices LIVE STOCk MARKETS Rportedj bythe LpuisvillQLiye Stock jExphangCtBourbon Stock- Yards t j w 5c41rE Extra shipping45k44 75 Lighfstiippingi itfiiv 4 254 60 Best butchers i 4 004 25 Pair to good butchers 3 603 90 COmmon tojncdlumbtchjr 2353 50 55555 OPQOS wij Chblcepackingandbutch t3 ers 200to30c m8 Uw 3T ijr Fair togpod pckgjiilta 2001b- stood ji lp tcxtru 7h llgh20 to l IbstI SUEEI AfD LAiBS t t J oJ g1ccl 2 el 5jPPi I Slieep uL l PQ q Faijto goodx14 p 59C pp Common medium v 2002 50 HE tIR STOYES i u ND l Tin W1IIGMflIIII1t1 I t SF51St BYaii TbU O sotti1i bane Vulley7 Itj t tin Oucst NJPPRICJ3L1JISru iunca I h nott t4it5iljAIRTIQHT4STGVES t ingtht JJltr thSs445L Prict VUUrfojo j t3UZ 6ila 2IIn r1lr In o 910 CeaDrm3tove ht4n j ohttt iJ HtJL t binhn oh hHtIii r iW lthfhit t N rcl JS p h r I3itht hntte5t sJiB1h Id r Q 1lrftn p mh HD ZI4JuJt t Newly Furnished American Per Day 9c SSosfcrs 3Cotcf MEALS 25c 523 W Market SI LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER Hgr Wilmore Hotel W M WH3IOKH Prop QradyviIIe Kentucky rcpthanattbeabov sample rooms amiJtfffrSttai8k JccdSStISSJ44 GORDQSJttONTGBIBfeT QR1 eWWCOLUMBIAKYU adjolningcounties ugstore DRM 0 SALLEE ae DETXsr= = 7 Car njtchanicaland dental surgery oAatOJ OFi ICEOver IlughcX t lutiter L tOLUJtnL KY H PRANK BALLENGER J i VI1UJ ROJiflSGffNOrtOfl6O WH O ESAE Rri Goods Notions7 tG LOUISVILLE KY WINERY SURGEON iislulo PollCTlL SplintsS iviii orniiy sue gical workdone of fair prices I GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I an fixed to take carirof Aiock S CRENSLIAW Jj milo from Columbia on tappo tm- entRTA URANT JAMES BELL Prop- rietorL31Qr R s This stand is located near the de potrand meals are furnished at till hours at 25 cents per meali The best eatables the coudtryCfftinjs File ran riittlntr rooms for ladies PARSON MOSSfe CO BLACKSMiTHSS WOODWORKERS ir doLtJMBLt KENTtCKY jWo are prepared tOdo 5L anykind ow rkln our line in firstclass orderiVe have been in the businessfur 25 years and know how iqdo work Our prices are as owtJ reasonableis will take country produce5 94 at market value Give t ucall Shop near Cqlumbja ilill Co COLUMBIA 5 4N- uarnpcI1svILcStazctLc 10 iGOOD STOCK c6MFORTABLElSTAGE l si FEDRiVERr- 0 Courteous flttentlpn to Fasscnci s tfeaves OJTuBibiftfri m anti makifttonncfcv Ito with Loul8TilIeUaUi LcayssCatnjjtpUB vllJe 320 p tpJustafter arrival of Louisville train HiUy copt Sunday Calls tu JlarCnm j t tel nroraptly attended to Express at Reed Xnfti OEORQE LEE Prop w 45s wA and ixzinftkiy gHirIJV iI r IE ADAIR COIT NEW S Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair ounty NewsGo INCORPORATED CRAB 8 HARRIS Democratic newspaper devoted to the Inter esti of the city of Columbia and the people of =Adalr and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Pot to as second olass mall matter SUBSCRIPT N BAl ONE YEAR t100 MONTHS STJUOTIYIN ADVANCE 4DVSRTJSIXG SATES totiees ten cents per line for first la aerttea cents per line for each aubse fluent Insertion There will be no departure from thesora ABderaaj clrcwastsnoet WEDNESDAY MAKOH 13 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce P T COOLEY a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Adair County subject to the action of the Democratic party The Senate adjourned sine die last Saturday Another alleged victim of haz ing has come to light at Boston ExPresident Harrison is a ver sick man and much uneasiness ie felt concerning him It is reported that J Pierpon- Morgan is the father of a plan to unite German andAmerican trusts Hon Thomas B Reed who has been a leader of the Republican party for many years is now out of politics We have often heard it said that theres many tricks in politics There are others who have hear it Bourbon county Democrats in myss meeting declares for Judgt James E Cantrill to succeed Sen ator Deboe The Appropiation of the 56tb Congress was 1440062545 It is a record breaker but it was the peoples money appropiated Something happened in the courthouse last Monday It con vened carried its points made no concessions to the minority an then adjourned A cyclone struck Willis Point Texas last Saturday killing fou persons and destroying valued at 50000 Quite a num ber of persons sustained injuries Only 4000000 was spent a the Inauguration of MoKinley but it was carried out just the same as if there was plenty of cash on hand- Representative Boreing has sent 1out his speech on the River and Harbor bill Mr Boreing has made an earnest effort to secur- an appropriation for the upper Cumberland River as his speech clearly indicates On his retirement from the Unit Od States Senate the President makes Mr Linsay a Commissioner to the St Louis Exposition at a salary of 5000 The exSenator is fast coming around Anothe- jerk and he will be one of them The Louisville Times voices the sentiment of the whole country when it states that profound re egret is expressed on account of the serious illness of exPresident Harrison Since his retirement from the Presidency he has borne himself in such commendable spirit as to enlist the good opinion of all regardless of political differences Auditor Coulter will in a fewI days notify the life insurance companies doing business in the State to submit reports for fran chise taxation The Auditor holds that these corporations are taxa ble on franchise valuations under the provisions of section 4078 of the Statutes though the former Auditor did not make any effort atCollection If the Auditor is J right this taxation will yield to tbb Sooooo- J The so called indignation meet ing held in Louisville to protest against the action of Governor Beckham in his pardons of Alvey and Miles was merely a move to further prejudice a few self styled Democrats against the Democratic party rather than areal heart felt desire to see Louisville freed from crime or the guilty incarcer pornrno pro s against the wholesale pardoning of allclasses of criminals under the Bradley reign They did not meet to pass resolutions of den n oiations against fugitive Taylor when he set at liberty men accus ed of crime and took them from the custody of officers Nay these political saints did not con demn the attempted pardon by this same Taylor of four or five men indicted for as foul a murder as was ever committed and that before any arrests or trials They IIdid not condemn Taylor in his ef forts to protect the murders of Mr Goebel and now when a Democrat holds the gavel of power and when pardons have been granted two confessed gamblers this saint ly city crew throws up its hands in holy horror and seeks to saddle on t the back of Democracy The man or men who could indorse the revolutionary methods of Taylor and his pardoning of men charged with murder are not the onus to condemn the pardon of Alvey and Miles It is all done for political effect speaksyemonies at Washington were elab orate almost beyond deseriptioh drawntfrom the National Treasury to fray the expenses of the occasion The military display was gorgeous and it is said to have been a re production of monarchal military pomp and splendor when kings and queens are crowned Another long stride has been taken toward an imperial government of wars and bloodshed of corruption beendthrust has been made at the foun dation of the Republic Another step has been taken toward that imperial chasm at the bottom of which are slave fetters but thanks to heaven there yet remain a few barriers along the route tp the precipice The Washington correspondent of the Chicago Record speaking of the changes in the bill to repeal the war revenue tax says The banks and brokers and the aredvery the people get a little more benefit than they would have enjoyed if the bill that passed the Senate grandyfriends The vast majorityof people who are not bankers or entiretlyoverlooked the farmers have been treated handsomely the correspondent has forgotten to so state The trial of George and John Reeves for murdering a deputy sheriff and town marshal in Jas Maneday The outcome of the trial of these notorious criminals will be watched with much interest in this section of Kentucky They are said to have a large amount of money in their possession and to have employed some of the best legal talent in Kentucky to de fend them The idea prevails thatrthey will be given the death pen ty They arethe same men who burned the town of Tompkinsville a few years ago It is reported that the Presi dent has informed Senator Deboe that he must submit a new list of recommendations for the offices in Eastern Kentuckyjudicial district It is believed that Deboe will now indorse Bradley for the Judge ship It comes from Washington that the President has never seriously considered Mr Pughs ap plication While several parties were in the office qf Sam Kasb Manches ter last Thursday making preparations to sign a bond they were fired upon from the courthouse circuit court being in session at the tithe About one hundred shots warn tired the party in the office taking a Qnlytwq nfen We0 VYCnlntitldi i Mr Chairman the Cumberland River flows 800 miles on acL air line through the Eleventh dis trict and much farther by it meanderings Vincent Boring We are in receipt of Hon Vin cent Boreings speech made in the Lower House of our National Co grew asking for an appropiation to improve the upper Cumberland The speech is all right a good one but it did not bring a dam The Interior Journal is outspo ken for exGovejnor McCreary to succeed Senator Deboe McCreary is a good Democrat an able statesman and would fill that ex alted position with honor He is good enough for us Thinkof the great gush of np plaus and the princely salaries attached to the rulers of our laid and then remember the millions of hard workers whose only hope is a scanty living and the conclu anon that the classes and the masses are drifting apart is irre sistable The people of Indiana and Illi nois are becoming acquainted with the same troubles that caused linchings in the South and the resort to the rope as quickly as do the Southern people Human nature is the same North and Southand similar conditions demonstrate it- SPARKSYILLE Mr GT Roberta returned t Cumberland county last week He has been making his home there for several months Mr Jack Fletcher who has been clerking in Coe Fletcher Rob erts store has returned home He willspend a month and then at tend the Normal school at Burks ville Rev John Roach will preach his last sermon at the Baptist church Myrtie Murrah who has been visiting friends and relatives in this community for the past weekwent to Columbia Wednesday where she will remain for tw weeks then she will return to her home in Taylor county Mr Lapha Akin made a business trip to Flat Rook Tuesday The musical entertainment given at Mr Geo Akin Saturday night was largely attended and all report a nice time Misses Lapha and Eva are extremely good in such occasionsMr L Roberts has recently moved to his new residence on the Columbia and BurksviJle road which he purchased of his fathers notice in the last issue o your paper in cpeaking of the fires in this neighborhood SunQyweek a mistake Antioch church di not burn but Chestnut Grove church narrowly escaped all the wood on the yard being burned GLENSFORK Miss Laura Rosebaum who has been attending school at Columbia is at home on the sick list Rev J A Johnson filled his regular appointment at this place The entertainment given by the young folks was a perfect success Mrs NtJal Marshall of Riverton Neb who has been visiting her par ents started home last week ompanied by Miss Lucy Marshall Mr Geo Rosenbaum is still confined to his room One of Mr Jim Marshalls boys is very ijl with pneumonia fever Mrs Bettie Burbridge was visiting her daughter Mrs L C Blair a few days of last week Melvin Blair and J E Johnson sold a nice lot of shoats at 41 ceqte Mr F A Strange will leave for Louisville in a few days to gejl books There will be meeting at the schoolhouse the fifth Sunday in this month The school at this place is progress- Ing nicely under the management of Prof Horace Jeffries Miss Fannie Smythe who is teaching school near Montpelier will finish her school in the colored peoples church on account of thp schoolhouse getting fire did a great deal of damage a few miles from here last Sunday week burning several thousand raps Mr Will Cundlff and family left a few days ago for Oklahoma to reside Mr IL L Murrell of Waco Tex has been vlsitingnear here for the last few days Mr M 0 EOBenbaums family visited F P Strange family last Sunday Wairiup Chapman willonjnove their goods Into the house formerly oc lcd by Grider Co Dont take a peck of say otd kind of pills to cure a pint of dIe then a dose of Morley little Liver Pills for B U W1r I ESTO The school whfyh has been h CSS here for the past two mouths s will probably close soon and be suc ceeded by a four weeks normal Prof Tobias Huffaker Principal A number of people in this community are suffering severely with lagrlppe ana ago l several additions Mr Joe Williams washers last week Mr J W Johnston passed through here one day last week enroute for Jamestown Mr Joe Kearnes Rowena was here Wednesday He informed us that he is a candidate for the office of Assessor subject to the April Primary Miss Cora Reynolds was the guest of Miss Mary Ross last Wednesday F L Selby is buying some sheep C Grider bought of Willie Grl der one mule for S25 The weekly Debating Society met here Wednesday night ami the people were detained by a number of elegant speeches Mr Marvin Vaughn Russell Springs was here one day last week on bust ness An infant of Mr Ed Selbys is not expected to live but a short time PELLYTON lasyt Prof C C Baker bought a harness and saddle horse of John Ellis for 60 J J Gabbert bought a milch cow of Mrs Bettie Dickerson for 820 and sold her a calf for S10 He also sold George Reader a calf for 550 Mr J C Pfcllev bought four mules 0of Owen Pelley for 500 Mr Zack Pelley sold his interest in his store at Edith to W O Pelley Mr Zack Pelley has moved to Pellyton and Owen Pelley has moved to Edith Fire has been very destructive in these parts for the past week Thous ands of dollars worth of property have been destroyed Mr T J Pelley lost a fine mUch coy valued at 840 Mr RoT Jones and wife have re turned from Columbia There are several cases of measles in this neighborhood There are tour cases at Mrs Manervia Burtons Mr J W Beard is having lumber cut to enlarge his storehouse He is postmaster and is making a good one Tom Willis of Joppa was here last weeko Mr B F Tupman paid pur town a visit a few days ago Art Hurt was here last week Little Miss Annie May Feese has been quite puny for several days Mr Frank Shepherd was here last week buying furs Mrs Susie Zearbeaugh who is in Portland Ind writes her parents Mr and Mrs D K Pelley that she is well pleased with State RANKIN We are having plenty of rain at this writing Farmers have been turning ground cropsfMr Elma Conley will start to Iowa daysk addsdtion recently tto his filmily a girl Elmo Johnston has recently move to Jacksonville Ill where he Intends s to make his future home Mr Lee Rankin and wife Burk- villa were visiting friends and isle tlves here last week dTateis employed in the goods business with Ward L Rankin UNCLE JOE LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLi Extra shipping 4 5541 5 Light shipping 4 254l50 Best butchers 4 004 25 Fair to good butchers 3 503 Commontomediumbtehr 2 753 50I Hoe- sChoieepgengand butch ers 200 to 300 ibsv 3pI Fair to good packing 160 toaOOtts 5 25 Good to extra light 120 to 160 lbs 20 SHBEP AND ILAKBS Good to extra shipping Sheep0Qt 350 Fair to good 2 503 op Common to medium 2 002 50 Most in qUa 1tJty best In Quality Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron isa tonic a blood purifier and a blOOd mak errtdoes not take stopwith merely curing certain ditease6f jfike gcroftila sorts abceeses WI but cleanses and billldi tip the whole system Allwho have ttled it By there is more cureIfl bottle of Morley Sarsaparilla and Iron than in sixof any ptherkindi b- lidWtrl JLI Y iurollrTH6Bniiaio Route TO The PanAmerican Exposition 1901 Best Line to Indianoplis Peoria and CHICAGO Information cheerfully furnished on apple cation at City Ticket office Big Four Route No Fourth Ave or frrite to S J GATES Gen Agt Louisville Ky iD l0 tt m1t f Blacksmiths + AND WoodWorlker Columbia Ky I amprepared to do all kinds of work in my line and if you need repairing done on your Wagons Buggies or Farm Implements remember me I keep for sale wagon and buggy tires rims spokes and all kinds of bolts My prices are right and sails faction guaranteed Give me a call Farmers Farmers I am prepared to take your orders for Hydraulic Rams to throw water from your springs to your houses or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write to me at Columbia for estimates or call and se me at the Marcum Ho tel Yours truly N WOOD r ChasRosenMdBroGENFRAJL COMMISSION MERCHANTS 125 West Jefferson Louisville Ky ShIpments of Eggs Butter and Poultry solicited REFERENCES Ger man Insurance Bank Bradstreets Agency Adams ExpressCo JD Richardson Co MERGHflNTS GOMMISSION 138 East Jefferson Louisville Poultry Game Eggs anti 1Butter Solicited Reference German Insurance Dank Coughs tell you that there Is some thing wrong in the throat or lungs It youdmust look after Morleys Honey Pee toral searches out the cause of trouble stopssthe irra lon loosens the cough and cures the thoroughly Sold by agent in every town Bncklens Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for marvellous cnre It surpasses any other saire1a lion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Bolls Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions In fallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only25catT E Paulis The Farmers Home Fire Insurance Company JunctionCity 200000t strong Insures all kinds of property except steam mills hemp and tobacco Rates reasonable Insures against Fire Lightning and Wind Z M STAPLES County Director T A MtritRELL Agent A N WEL1sr orlijanYJeafswlt the Continental General Manage t r Twice Proven From The Vindictar Eutherfardton N b The editor of the Vindicator has hadjoccasion to test tbeefllcacyof Chamberlains Pain Balm twice with the most remarkable resnlts InJJiCpt case Firt wfth rheumatism in tho shoulder with which he suffered ex crnsjatlng painfir ten days whichwas relieved with two applications of Pain Seim rubbing tire parts afflicted and realizing instant benefitandentlrere- Ip ashore time Second InTheoma ilgm in thigh jolnt almpgtprostrating him wlthwvcnr palMwhJch vraro Sieved by two applications rubbing with tbolinimt onr tltInlltdluht painfJqrysalo byHCa tFf J t IRYSE SPY I1Cs OTEI1 T KIMBLE K- Yoeo Is now open for traveling public year round It is a large commodious build lug as picture in dicates run firstclass every particular VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro EL HUGHES COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY The greatest builders supply house south of Ohio river with railroad switch entering our warehouse oirry a and well assorted stock oj SASH BLINDSMOULDINGS Also ecrydesoription of Lumber Lathes and Shingles make a specialty of Prompt Servsce shipplngmost orders day they reach us SEND US YOUR PaperTheB L HUGHES CO BUY THE E1VIPIE CORti DRILL Shoe Blade or Wheel Cover Regulated to drop any distance or any amount of fertilizer Also a ful line of Farm Implements Wagons Buggies Saddles Harness Field Seeds and Fertilizers All of which we propose to as low as the lowest Write or come and seeus when in town W F JEFFBIBS SON Columbia Kentucky rV ESTABIcHPb AND BLACKLEY the the the and tine We full We the sell isi2 It v Your Watch IS OUT OF REPAIR Send it to wo will repair it for you at as low Y a cost as good ttork will permit and warrant it TO GIVE SiTISFACTION We also carry a full line of Watches and Jew elry of every description SCnd for catalogue or call wht n in city r Engraving FREE IRION GIRARDET CO 404 AV Market Louisville Kentucky W T STEPHENSDEALER IX Dry Goods Notions BootsShoes I aso keep a large stock of CLOTHINGwhich can be bought at the very lowest prices I have a nice lino of MILLINERY on hands ELKHORN KENTUCKY tr f1Zi A ii 1L e PROPRIETORS OF THE Leianon oS Marble oS VIarks LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers In all kinds of MARBLE GRANIlE pnAxsr tzicouh7t DOORS BUSINESS IIlI II ISpcclalS HURST ousl1y Independent Tobacco Warehouse BliAGKKEY HUJRST CO t i AUCTIo SAiLES DAIL2 y REURRNS PROMPTLY MADR ia r wt 111940 12 Wo Main B1 QUI iVILLE j Four Months Fr cBtoraKO t Dlitrk 1 i illlitI INDEPENDENT HOUSB y Mif t i + fy t a Ir PERSONAL MENTION Mr Curt Bell spent last Sunday at P V Cundiff Cane Valley in a Columbia Monday Mrs Crawford toy and daughter a on the sick list Mr S H Mitchell attended th Metcalfe Circuit Court F P Bryant Is having a hard tug with Mr Grlpp Mrs Lucy Follis who has been sick with lagrlppe has about recovered Mrs JR Hlndman who was quite sick last week has about recovered Mr J O Russell and Mrs K W j Murrell wlll return from Cincinnati Thursday Messrs Sam Terry and Al Pedigo Barren County were in town last Leslie Bennott and B B Vaughan were In CampbeUsvUl f last Jo Coffey Jr and W D Jones were In Campbellsvillle last Sun dayMr A H Ballard and wife were visiting Mrs Ballard parents at Cro cus last Sunday Mrs L B Hurtwas called to Leb anon last week to attend the funerals of an aunt and cousin I Bassett Hurt Jr who has pneumonia has been near deaths door but at thisd hour be is said to be Improving tJudgeill last Saturday night but at this writing he is himself again Mrs Mollie Lillis of Frankfort is visiting her mother Mrs Marshall Yarberry near Columbia Mr Ores Barger Esto passed through Columbia Monday en route Williams and O AhTaylor merchants of this county are in Louisville this weektlMessrs M Yarberry Paul Smythe and Hershcl Baker Jr who attended the inaugural ceremonies have return edMr John Neat the merchant at alVestertiCgnntLouisville last week Judge Jas Garnett Messrs Rolin Hurt and Jas Garnett Jr Columbia attorneys attended the Metcalfe Clr tchitdiMrpiKying in the employ of Mr John D LoweUIMr T A Murrell editor of the Spectator and wife who hftve been visiting in Texas returned to Colum bia last Sunday Mrs Nona Cabell was quite sick Fillnesstaught by Mrs L C Hurt Judge W W Jones and Common wealths Attorney N H W Aaron revd turned from tb Metcalfe Circuit Courtlast Saturd aySIBLOCALCircuit Court at Burksville next Monday Mr R K Young sold two mares for the Southern market to A Hunn for al 8150 Theres a great demand for peas Nearly all our best farmers will sow a crpp this year IIrT A L Ya ea pid two large W1S600aaOnegood second hand horse power bucking mach ne good as new fortt saTeIl A Wilson Felix Ky W EuA young man wjjo cna tlAddffThe Normal School at Montpelier will open the 1st Monday in April is under the management of Miss Fannie Smythe Remember the Union temperance mooting at the Christian clinch the fifth Sunday nigh in this mantbm If you want once then announce yourself a Candidate in the News of It will cost you three dollars f All parties owing me prior to Janua ry 1st 1901 are requested to call at an early day and settle I need money t 2t J N Page THis plce Is prepred to do kindS a h 1 Janrurnismt prices Mr Dave Allen of McKinney was in town last week in search of good gradfe Miss trarrip B Flowers entertained a dumber pf her young friends at the 4estdence of Mr S H Mitchell lasOtiAturdty ehniagiIf wliIrr a few days to Liberty where be will ben a firs clean tin htip fettle anfl Htr 4 Hancock fHanckQaltd a large crowd a tended and all 1nt unl in saying 1t i4ae S radio t 11tfi The Horse Shoe Brand fertilizer wild by Kemp Young is the best the market Mr R W Allen has sold his far and stock of general merchandise Humble Bros of Kimble We under stand that Mr Allen will go West reIt you want the genuine Oliver ChUI pd Plow repairs call on W L Wa- e ker He is the only one that tells the genuine good Oliver Chilled All oth leors arc imitation 2t When you visit Louisville stop the New Phoenix Hotel Firstclass tare and wtll located corner of 7th and Market Streets ly Mr L W Tabor and Miss Ann Bmoks of the Fair Play country were married last Wednesday the Rev T J Campbell officiating The News now has the most complete assortment of stationary job material and equipments has ever had W can please you Ityou need any thing our line Mr Robt Poynter and Miss Marlet ta Polly were married in the Fairplay neighborhood last Sunday They have the beat wishes of their numerous friendj I want my posthole digger If theling man who borrowed it three weeks ago to dig one hole has not completed it be had better call hn his neighbors for musthavc my digger John Eubank It is said that the Republican Candl in Russell are hustling and here is much speculation as to the The primary will be held the 6th of April There is scarcely a day but we are asked who will be the Democratlc can dldates for county offices In answer will state that we do not know but presume those who want office will let the people know in due time Mr Lee Burbridge is now placing saw and grist mill in position for at Fair Play and in a short will be able to saw your logs and grind your corn We are informed that Mr Luther Grady did not realize the price fur his horse in the Faulconner Sale as he had of and that Hon L T Neat his father of mules at a small fig also Republicans of this Senatorial district will meet at Burksville 14th for the purpose of nominating a candidate for he State Senate There are five can idates and a warm gathering is ex pectedBy colle of mns it will be seen tbatquite a number of Louisville firms appear The houses are all rpllable and we commend hem to the trade in this section Mr J A L Yates was in town last and informed ns that the forest In the Crocus country had not been extinguished at that time andPthat a greatdeal of fencing bid estroyedcoMr Thomas Puliiam is pushing the business at Kendall Russell Co to is working about 20 hands andnow it out about 50000 ready for the market Mr Pulliam reports the river fordable Miss Zilpab Dunbar a popular young lady of this county entertained sever couples last Saturday morning During the evening the rains came raising the water courses and as a rev salt many of the party had to remain ta over night I hn pinK or threads to Kidnap everyweekIt would be a great bless ing to the entire country it some of wouldbekidnapers could be ooted placed behind the bars for life J Morgan Smith of Russell County life prisoner in the State Penitcn was paroled by Gov Beckham reek Smith tItled young mad bamedMcElroseveralycarsago He dying with Consumption end the petition presented to the Governor was signed by all the jury who convicted him Plot J W McGaryerJr has beep Rr Fe ale Institute of Rlch end Ky This Is good news to themany friendsi Mr McGarvey In this part State This institution of learningf ranks up with the best schools State and in the selection of Principal no mistake has been made Mr N M Tutt and others will buy fabje in the near future for the j o passing off lesuretlme Some people who never sa a pool table or know nothing about the game are inclined to Denounce it as a gambling device buttbis is necessarily true Pool is a nice game and can be as free from gambling as a game of marbles Olie Frazer and Montgomery Ullis gpent last Friday night with John and Harris and on Saturday Claud rensaw Alien McCaffree George lone Hunni Tom and Homey Judd were ad ded to the party The thnboys The straw stack was scaled torses and colts were riddedand near ly everything dons w keep pie unest flail ffo theta iD 3er easure Mrs Ihrrl8 lad eot lb J1lejea a table alld ll th boys talkativeI Jo HarrJy enjoyed the days 1a boly ititrY1 If f TheRepubllcanCountyConvention- on The Republicans of Adair county met in mass convention at the court house in Columbia last Monday the toobject being to appoint a set of dele gates to attend a district conventln- which will meet at Burksville tomor row to nominate n candidate forth Slate Sprite Mossrs W B Pattps 1and Ed Hu hfs wore nominated t temporary Chairman The vote b ing taken Mr Patteson was electe- and it was so decided Mr L C Hindman was elected at c retary but declined to serve site which Dr U L Taylor was elected Mr W A Coffey made a motion that the Chair appoint delegates to attend the convention at Burksvelle an that saId delegates be instructed vote for Dr L C Nell At this juncture Dr Nell made a short speech setting forth his view and asking the convention to alto him the privilege to name the dele hieresoIshould attend said convention Mr Coffey withdrew his motion and offered as a substitute the following That a committee of five be appoint ed by the Chair on resolutons This Jnbstltute carried the committee In a short while reported indors the call for their meeting namede the delegates and instructed them to cast the vote of Adair county fur Dr L C Nell Considerable deiatf way then fin ovr the adoption of this re port but the vote showd that it had won Dr Nell marie a strong tlllhtIt an earnest plea for the nr vil ge to name the men who should attend the convention but was out voted He asked that his name be withdrawn from the rack or grant him the privilege for which he contended but his plea was ignored and the convention adjourned Reports from other counties in the district warrants the statement that John W Catron of Clinton county will be nominated on the first ballot Peter Bryant Held Over for Killing In George Curry Last Friday morning the news reached this town that Geo Curry had been killed on the evening before at the widow Cat Bryants about eight mils east of Columbia near the Somerset road Officers immediately left fur the above named place and the widow Bryant and her 11 yearold son Peter were arrested and placed in jail The widow stated that her son killed Curry uo and the boy plead guilty Last Moo day the examining trial was held by Judge Butler soil fifteen or twenty witnesses were examined The story the killing as told by Mrs Bryant corroborated by her sun She al ged that Curry was tbrea tuning to kilt her and the boy hearing the threats fired The boy made similar statements and further said that be believed that Curry meant to carry in out his threats and he shoe him to save a his mama Other witnesses made otstatementsthe boy under bond of 810000 which given It is indeed a sad affair eter Bryant is the youngest person arraingcd before a court in this unty tor such a crime Mr Cnrry had made arrangements leave for Illinois Oa few days but availed nothing He was a sonIn law of Me and Mrs Taylor Sanders and his wife and one child survive or A Card On the night of February 27th Talt Hcndron left this neighborhood on a horse owned by his wIre any one fur crnishingwhereabouts of the horse lugrewarded The horse is a dark bay stallion 15 hands high trim made4 thin in order and a good saddler The majn is about 47 years old dark com plccted somewhat gray small black eyes and weighs about 145 poundsqMATILDA HBNDRON Who Preaches Next Sunday T F Walton Ebenezer W S Dudgeon Jerico ZT Williams Creelsboro W H C iandidge Union J FiRoa b Prices Creek J O Prock Pleasant View Tobias Huffaker Pleasant Hill G W Montgomery Egypt W P Gordan Cane Valey T L Hulse Elroy QREENSBURQ t Uxt Dear Sir I want a horse book and book with the pictures of horses in Please send a little boy eight years one if you have it Many thanks or same Your little friend March 51901 Wood Vaughn The above letter is appreciated Miss Ann Morrison of the Milltown section who was reported in par las e as dangerously sick died last Thursday was 88 years old a member of the Cumberland Pfesbyt terlan church and was death Funeral services were conduct ed by Rev W H C Sandidge Mr Wm Rhodes Dohoney bought from R B Logan his farm for which be paid 81100 We understand that Mr onev will move to it in the near future future Mf DohoneJ is of1 our oldest citizens and in his younger days orb of the most active i farmers of this county IWe are informed that the persons who were afflicted with smallpox In Russell County are now well and it i tllkely that the disease wJll again appeal There were only five cases 13bery1ghtYPe An Infant child of Mrt Ed Selbyj dltigdlatLktiP t J Doubtless there are many people in Adair and Russell counties who have been entertaining ideas of gulag to Oklahoma to take up public lands when the new territory is opened To calnissltuaUd Ohnnu borders of T x 3000OOOacrsIr uPoen Cdace of grazing lands are to be reserved f Irto the public under the general land law and any citizen who has not already taken cadn 8L2toon or seven years and making the ordinary im haswllnrspecIaso8 Inch cross cut saw files 5c each Mens Linen Collars 5c each yardGoodCoign 5 cts per yard Good Check Cotton Gingham fast colors 60 per yard Still have a few pairs of Mens draw ra 19o a pair extra cheap MlISes and Children union suits lOc extra cheap ipLotdrt iaids very low All Wiutvrgoods t Bargain In clothing and whites 2t W L WAUEEII Mr H Clay Wulfurd had an exciting and painful experience last Saturday morning with a grey squirrel and as the result he now has some of his fingers wrapped He was passing through a grove at Mr Sid Barbees and the squirrel attacked him The little grey attempted to climb the above named gentleman when he knocked itoff but it sprang again and succeeded reaching his shoulder and in the flat soil biiiug game Clay was severely bitten Finally the little animal took a refuge in a tree and the shotgun was then used which resulted in the death Dr U M Russells pct It is now time for the stockmen to advertise their stork In our judg meat the newspaper that reaches the people is the very best medium Bills but little towards advertising as they are rarely ever seen but a few miles from home their purpose In the meta is W set forth terms The News read by 5000 people every week is ready to tell the story If you have good stuck worthy and desirable ad vertise in this paper The other day we chanced to notice some ones initial on a large beech tree Mr J N Murreils woodland anda close examination brought clear to the eyeIM J M 1852 There were hers that we could not definitely de Lorraine tbedate but had been placed there many years ago Theres more names cut on beech trees throughout the country than arC recqrdpd ou the escutcheon of fame Few people realize the worth of the poultry trade but all tlm same it rings a great deal of money to the farmers annually For the past three four months trade in poultry has been tine and several thousand dollars have neon pled out to the farmers 01c this snooty By proper attention poultry produce could be greatly Inteased in this part of the country need not worry about overstock g for there is always a market Misses Sallie and Marnle Baler en erliaed q i e a nttlriber ot their lady friends last Thursday after noon from three to six oclock with a party Each guest was re uested to bring the first picture she had made The photos afforded much amusement and when the hour for departure came it was pronounced one of the enjoyable Affairs of te lesson Last Wednesday at Crocus this comity Mr W W Kirtle of Taylor aud Miss Lizzie Antle were united in marriage the Rev G W Collins ofli ciatiuK Mr Kirtley is a merchant at tine Taylur county and Miss Anile was post mistress at Crocus Sue resigned a few days previous w her marriage Warrants for Geo Sulam and Jordan Crury two negro buys were issued Monday afternoon They are cuarg d with detaining a colored girl named Uodgen a daughter of the late Mutil da Swats Jordan has been arrested and Is now in jail George Milam is in hiding but will be caught A trip up the road awaits them There wilt be TTTinTOnntemperance meeting at the Christian church in city the fifth Sunday night in his month A program of exercises will be made out and the public gen orally is invited to be present All persons who are interested in brluging about a better state of affairs relig iously morally and socially are rp quested tq take part in themeeting Pp to date no ice has been housed for the hot days just ahead of us aud- I Is reasonably certain that we cannot have natural ice next summer In view of this we trust that Mr Barker will succeed in inducing sufficient aid to establish fen ice tatt 17A lajge tII have yet a raw pair of 9300 Man ss custom made Shoes that I will sell for 1160 while they last WL li The famous Horse Shoe brands of fertilizer sold by KEMP S YOUNG Born to the wife of Wm Francis on the 5th a boy Burn to the wife of Bud Tripleit a son March 11 1901 See the corn dulls at W P Jeffries Son before you buy 2t Fifty dollars worth of fresh fancy Youorg Mr Van Dunbar returned from the reportsbusiness With the warm sun shiny days cometh the Vagabond and bear They were in town last Monday I am just receiving a new line Mens r fancy shirts and neck wear al uptodate Call and see them 2t W L WALKEU 1Judge J W Butler sold to different parties last week six jersey cattle three milk cows two dry cows and young bull for S175 If you need groceries give us a call Our stock is fresh and complete 2t KEHP Yov to Intbeknown at any other time Quite a number from this place will attend the Repuhlican Senatonal Convention wiiich meets at Burksville tomorrow Wehaveprices KEMP Youxo inspecthisgreat many useful articles that you can buy at about onehalf regular price The pike from here to Campbells ville is in fair condition and will be in firstclass order as soon as the rock upon it tins become beaten and settled On the 3rd Sunday in this month Sunday School will be organized at Disappointment Schoolhouse All are requested to come Meet prompt y at 2 oclock Industry sobriety and a close atten Lion to business wins laurels Mr Porter Strange of this place has just been made manager of a mercan tile establishment at Frost Texast The opening of Spring stimulates the enterprising citizen The erection of several new buildings are to be started at an early day a The grand stand at the Lebanon Fair Grounds was consumed by fire co last Friday night The origin of the fire is not known It was a consider ble loss to the Association The Green Circuit Court will begin next Mcnday We understand there are about forty new appearances anti that it will be a busy term from start to finish Rev T F Walton preached a very pointed sermon last Sunday night a He took up the whisk question and told some plain facts All good citi zens endorse his utterances Hon L T Neat of this county is again iu tbe reveuuo service He re lvcd his appointment a week or two ago and has been assigned Wadis in Nelson County TJie good people of Pleasant Grov- intend to meet at the scboplbouse next Sunday morning at oclock to the purpose of organizing a Sunday school There will be preaching at 11 oclock Every body come outN The Knights of Maccabees will meet in regular review in the courthouse in this city next Friday night AH members are requested to c meas we have sojne important business to transact E G ATKINS Cum Mr Hiram Stephens who was citizen of Russell County was found dead in a public road six miles from Jamestown oue day last week It is supposed that he was attllcied withg heart trouble Hopewell Murray livery men of this place publish a card in todays News They have splendid stock elegant vehicles and sate drivers Their prices tire very reaonabK Wnen you need anything in their line call and see them Farm work is farther advanced in this pact of the country than was known at Ibis of the year Many have all or nearly all of theifcorn laud ready for the harrow greater number ire through with their oat sowing aud all kinds of farm work well up One night last week John Burbridge and Jo Tailor of color had som trouble resulting InBtlrbrdgR brit hjs gun a pall of times The shots did ao damUgefurther than ventilate Tay lors pantaloons W accommodate th March winds but Burbridges damage iUsf ssed the next day was 2900 and ten days- ClrcultJudgo fudge of the New port district has created stir in Kea tucky He has decide tbat a mpg s tate who has not been authorized b the County Ju dge has no right toper form the marriage cerepiony Since the decision thousands of couples hag been making Inquiry as to the legality of their marriage Judge Gregory o f the Jeffersoir County tourthold btI 713tk Wt8 rEW HOPEWELL ALBIN MURRAY HOPEWELL MURRAY COLtUM13IA 1E iTUcKY jsiVeiry StableFirst Class Rigs With Safe Drivers Furnished Day or Night Drn mers Rigs a Specialty +HARRY BPYNE WILL S 8 ENTLINGER HARRY B PYJSTE CO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERSINI SecondHand NeaOE ALL DESCRIPTIONS =Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main 1i1 Tel 616 Write for Catalogue CGCIC3 Louisville = Kentucky NEW Good Rigs Good Stock and Careful Drivers Courteous attention given to all Parties desiring rigs or saddle stock are invited to call LOCATION Near the Hancock Hotel Give me a call H F FULKS Prop QRADYVILLE j We had plenty of rain the first of the week 1s Rev T L Hulse filled the pulpit at Methodist church last Sunday H A Walker and wife spent Saturday night aud Sunday at Edmonton Miss Susan Grissom of Blls spent few days of last week with her sis ter Mrs Wilmore GT Rodgers the wellknown tobac man of Milltown was here fast week and bought several crops of tobaccoat fair prices Mr W L Grady returned from Dan villa last week He sold one of his fine horses at a fanny price Mr L S Smith one of the best stockmen in the county isjnCuinber land county buying cattle Miss Sallie Diddle entertained quite number of our society people last Satuiday night Mrs Ella T Robertson has been con fined to her room with lagrlppe Judge Jas Garnett and Sam Mitch ell of Columbia passed through here last week enroute for Edmonton Miss Bessie Walker one of the young ladies of Nel entered wcelteMiss Jnnle Dphoney of Milltown lastrweek An Infant child of Mr and Mrs William Francis died last week Bridgewaters Hardesty of Lebanon was here last week Jookjog after cattle Misses Mattie Smith and Amanda Asper have been ip a critical condition for the past week Miss Mary Straiter an accomplished beenavisiting relatives here for the pest week A house qf roprexcntrtives was or dnlJjed at the college one night last week They will meet on Monday night in each week Prof JrH Nell who has been in Tex as for two months has returned The iont star State dd not agree witch the Profesors health Elder Z T WIHiams tYi111eciure on his travels bro Palestine at TJn fontSaturdaynikttit before the fourth Sunday in this month Mr James GUploone of the best armers of Sparksvillc was here last Saturday and Informed Us that he had quite a number of hands fosse worlds preparing saw logs and staves for the market eThe nplehhnxs of Mr Klutz Rodger greatgly damaged a few ago forest fires gathered at their homes wagonseand teams and about Ihfe num ber of jails they lost Mr Chas Yates Soldtb Hr S A Taylor 40 acrof yard tot 8500 per acfei V Mr J A Diddle wholM uj ht the old schoolhouse la this places sb rtttle ago mdved tltebgildMglaytweek It took twentyfouVmfiles undlwrsesto move It The County roses Mfetin a liafeibie flachinery LnlERv STABLE I 1oftIaolw itPaid list since our last report J W Walker J D Walker H G Chil W T Cundiff Mrs Neely Morri on W S Sutherland L A McClure Joseph II Roberts H J Henson L Young V M Lester W A Chandler Silas Denny J C Bryant Mary E Cundiff Miss Bettie Willis Ben L Rose Dr S A Taylor J F Reynolds J T Parncll W L Young Jack Stults R E Young L E McGinnisP V Cundiff Drs R G Goldstein Optic Specialists 01 544 Fourth five Louisville Ku Consultation and ex minatlou VKEK These gentlemen are professionals of lone experience being sons of the late Goldstein who was known as an optician throughout Kentnck The finest Glasses can be furnished oh noticeRUNBR Or 1rII0LESALE PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Butter Pool try soil Egg Also guarantee highe it market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY THE THREE CITIES SHOE TQRE PEALERS IN Exclusive High Grade Boots and Slioes onlaISASOns Nw Design Perfect Fitting Modern Shoes 316 Foitrth Avenue iOUISVILLE LY PUOIDS Hose t Dotting PACKING BOILER TUBES Welt Casing Iron Pipes General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factory Supplies Call on or address THE AHBEHS OTT HF6 CORPtRATFD r a Louisville Kentuek- 3thispt T and the C i1 ttetxrurt t 5x OBITUARY On the 2ud dayt F Tmm il death Angel visited Chit home of Mr and Mrs H T Jesse in this county and took from their hiv ing care a jewel their daughter Crittie May Her death was flue to double pneumonia bung sIck only five days Crittie May was born March 16th 1887 professed faith iu Christ betwen 9 and 10 years ofage and lived a happy Christian life During her sick ness she was patient and cheerful 1and when she dipd her hands were raised toward Heaven and a sweet smile was on her face The night before death came she asked for family prayers Her admonition to those left behind and her many expressions of jny in the door of death are priceless treasures to her parents and the whole family She seemed to realize the beauties aiidgglortes of Heaven and we donbtnot that this precious young girL as permitted to see into the land of endless day while in the Agonies of death or H we eanno u4aajstand he dealings of Providence while the most precious ones are taken in the bloom of youth and our homes saddened and our hopes shattered yet all things work for good to- tltuse whtf love the Lord By this death gloom hovelS over this Christian home her presence will be missed but she is far better off in a home of perfect audendlefs joy A FRIEND From an Obscure Pulpit Chicago March 5There was a unique event at the Westernaven ue Methodist church last night J G Wboley late Prohibition candidate for President of the United States delivered what i would have been his inaugural ad dress if he had been elected in stead of McKinley In his prefa tory remarks Mr Wooley said I was in fact within a mere particle of the presidency If the good voters of the United States had held themselves up to their own high standards this speech would become history and not fic tion I was beaten by a conjunc tion Then if standing on the left wing of the Capitol with all the pomp of state surrounding him Jamid cheering thousands instead of in a Chicago pulpit addressing a few hundred devoted followers he spoke at considerable length the gist being the statement that he would with all possible energy put before Congress the impor tance of declaring the liquor trafic outlawed Novel Method Novel use io made in Wisconsin of a law Which requires that at least five days elapse between the issuing ofa license and the per forming of the marriage ceremony The purpose of the law was to dis courage the coming iuto Wiscon sin of couples from other States onmarriago bent and in that par ticular the law is working well But it isregar as a nuisance by the residents Recordsof license issued are open to public inepeo tion and are daily scrutinized by representatives of firms dealing in household wares Then for the intervening five days the marrying parties are besieged to leave their order for furniture and the like on the installment plan or other wise Scanning the published notices of births in order to broaden the market for baby foods and perambulators ieinn Old bit of enterprise but the Wisconsin push for trade1 isnn advance of this The President has signed the bill appropriating 5000000 for the St Znuia Exposition The Senate killed the amendment providing fornn appropriation for the Charleston Exposition Luther R Porter former cashier of the Warren Deposit Bank who is now under indictment for the alleged embezzlement of 40000 from that institution filed a deed of assignment at Bowling Green yesterday naming J Whit Potter as assignee Most in quantity best in Quality Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron Is a tonlc a blood purifier and a blood mak cr It does not take stop with merely curing certalu diseases like scrotum sore abcesses etc1Jut cleanses and buildl up the whole system All who have tried Itsay there Is more cure in bottle of Morley Sarsaparilla and lion than In six of anfbtner kind flnlrt by a entiueverytown y rlt Notice Stockmen 11 If you will need anything in the above line we are prepared to furnish you Cn print cards folders or posters and at the lowest figures SAM DAVIS BY ELLA ITHXELKB WILCOX Sam Davie was a youth of Ten nessee who like many another of her boys went to war in 1861 for home aiidJJfriendB except that he was tried as never soldier was and through his trial lives and the wonderful story of his life will regprdless of sectional lines stimulate men and women to sacrifice fur truth und principle Young Davis belongedto Shaws Scouts who under orders from Gen Cheatham were opperating in Tennessee around their very homes when they were nearly nIlI including Capt Shaw himself captured by the Federals of General Dodges command Valuable papers were found on the person of Davis clearly implicating Shaw was in the prison also at the time but escaped detection through having been known by the name of Coleman Davis was tried by courtmar shal The evidence being clear he was convicted and sentenced io be hanged The same death for the violation of the same rule of war was met by Nathan Hale eigh ty yeare before when acting under Gen Washingtons orders the dif ference giving paris the greater distinction being that he was offered life and liberty under condi tious which he regarding as dis honorable declined As Davis went to this death immunity was offered him if he would tell who gave him the papers found on his person His captain Shaw had given them to him and was then ifi the same prison ut Pulaski He refused to purchase his own Jife at the price of anothers The Son of Man says Greater love hath no man than this thttt a man lily down his life for his friends Sam Da vis said If I had a thousand lives I would rose them all here and now before I would betray my friends or the ooufidouce of my informers Hie captors his friends and even the girl he loved aud expected to marry could nut induce him to save his life by traying his frioude he was hanged us u spy The following poem is u tribute to his memory When the Lord calls up fiariun herons To stand before His face 0 many a name unknown to fame Shall Ting from that high placid Aud out or a grave in the Southland At the Jutit Gofls call and beck Shullcue man rise with fsarh eyes And u rope about his neck For men have swudg from gallows Whose souls were white M snow Nut how they die nor where but why Is what Gods records show Ou that mighty ledger Is writ Saw Davit name Fur honorH sake lie would nob make A compromise with shame himyoTWith love oMife young hearts are rife But better he loved truth He fought for his convictions And when he stood at bay He woald not flinch or stir one Inch prom honor narrdw way They offered Ute and freedom If he world speak ttrew In tlieht prIde he gazi aaW As One who had slot ltMH They argued pieced thrCeiflfea1 = It was but w sddtlft tIJ Let come atm S 1 kSidp qty trust IIAai and laughed at death He woad xtttbelllhllRitilloitlti 4 ill r To purchase priceless hope Where kings drag down a saute andI crown He dignified a ropeVAh grave where was your triumph Ah death where was your sting He showed you how a uiati could bow To doom and stay a king And God who loves the loyal Because they are like Hun I doubt not yet that soul hall set Among His cl1erubhuIO Southland And add your wreath 0 North Let glory claim the heros name And tell the world h s worth CoufeJeratti Vetonu AtMarklevilleInd a IpUrfsulToring wife went into a saloon where silo found her husband sitting aroiiud a card table with a lotof boon cinpiu ions and a glass of beer in mmt Sin grappled her erring sprnuse by the back of the head and fceitUi her self 1n3o chair pulled h iu a105 her lap with his face to the 11ior and app JEd a clapboard a way to do the most good This is a dec ded Improvement on the Mrs Nation pan aud o worthy of general usittattuli where the circumstances warrant it A Fireiuaus Close Cull I stuck to my engine although ev cry joint ached and every nerve was cached with pain writes C W IM lamy a locoiiiotive lireuiuu uf llu lingIowaI was weak and pith without any appetun und at run down As way ahrtJliJfllli got a hurtle t r tnii riafter taking lti aU as HI 4 1es did in my lift liftsS5I rO down people alWamueuibw rne f orand stredgth vfrqm tliBiruseV trf them Satjsrlt tHlnluudJiUedhr 11 E Paull Price POc 1 qtWeitidy the strides first census of the Ii taken in 1810 Since y succeeding ten years The rc has been as follows leer Population Year Population fe 47239881 186033331520 9633822 1870 38S5837r i830 12860020 l880SO1S57Ei IS40 17089453 1890 6262225 1 1850 23191878 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the population of the United States excluding recent acquisitions The result is usually announced in July of the census year THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is anxious to engage all in a study of their coun try To this end it will distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solu tions received the population of the United States Census as follows first nearest pHS 300000 150000 Tothithird 75000 thelau1h 50000 25000 io the sixth 20000 the 15000 the n it eaeUloo 100000 nezt60 50 250000 tbenezt a25 amounting 2500 00 next 500 eseb tmonntin 5000 fo next 1630 r mounting 7GGC 2197 cash presents amounting to 25CGOG- case of a tie money equally di vided Every guess on the above rirfposi ion niust be accompanied by a Vicar ration to the WEEKLY EMjiiRpv Von can jiicss as often as you ch mcloss twVscriptsfln prici to1 V7EKL QmJm 9hi contest will close a mcrth ihe if v i f0iJ 45 r uv ft r 3J i it 1l l The Industrial Commission sumed its hearings in Washingtoi last week Aii Honest JVIedicino for Lagri- GeoW Walt of South Gardiner Me says I have had the woftii cough cold chills and grip and hay taken lots of trash of no account hu profit to the vendor Chamberlain Cough Remedy is the only thing thn has dune any good whatever I hay used one bottle of it and the chills cold and grip have left me I congrat ulate the manufacturers of an hones medicine Sold by Cravens Capts R R Evans and H C Taylor have been commissioned Rear Admirals Bucklens Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for marvellnin itnre It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or balm for Cuts Con Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcirv Toner Salt Bheum Fever Sure Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions li fallible tor Piles Cure giiaranUeti Only 25catT E Faults John E Searles a New York fi imnciftT interested in niiity Urv urporationsj made an asila- st week jV Bentuii McMilti- n tatdO11Y be u caudid fjr ttrd term as Chief EXNr utiPs5ae Baroi Faya the ItltliUn Ari sulor ittV Washington savuYu ito information that he is to b recalled credence Is given hi Wst9ititll t the report that Gen Wood1 has i i toned the Cubans that the Pitn J4ttya bass for further negutaa ion hick wuuldbe taken up at an extra session of Congress It is said by i prominent official tliatTthe condition oust be accepted abd that tbeibuiav no xptcted to yield soon The present session of the Narylir Letislaturewhteh will convene toa pmmisrs to be one of themost Impoi runt In the history of the State Btjii iries are lined np for the contest in he jlmelldllt lIt ill The election a xSfUatrioiiJiii is n ha d und vii eQ tIll fichrin the fifmncritiesl It Is stated by a member of the Brit rah Ministry thatEuglarid is about tf depart from treetrade principles nJiii thatta duty and countervailing dut Oi sugar will be introduced by the In ncellor of the Exchequer in the forthcoming parliamentary budget The inearure will meet with fierce op pdllon but it is declared that suclr action is necessary The tax will not seriously affect the American product Tins WILL SURPRISE YuTakt a piece of ptper and write upon it the numberrepresentlng your age in years multiply it by 2 add 3800 divide by2 thensnbtract the number represent log your age and btjfbre youreye you will have oIthing you will never see stainErVy TheentumltteeoftileInnintaLVg utur Jtppomted to IritVAtl Vie b hVrirjss HffHinst Sdpfrtlntendif tHert ill left 5itvi Rfurrtir a riJlnJr t yesrrday exip ranIl- oolUcialJ a rrihhhtnte Thwrep ii J p1Aii2Ujleo M j J Healthy Mothers Few mothers are healthy because jjj their duties are so exectln The ruddy of pregnancy the shock of childbirth jj endthe csrr of youngchildren are severe trials on any woman with J3 of Cardul within her grasp mother woman In the land everyg debt of personal payher loved ones DJYou want 9 robust heath with ill Its privileges and i ij 11tolOOm CAlIDUlil strengthens the female organs and Invig eg orates functions For every female or weakness it the medicine made Ask your druggist butI100 bottle of Cardul and substitute under any circumstances Mn Crat Midu When a I hJ tai nomift till in ttor poi hare mflt thuefut ja w Cui ini iartrice In eo 3 Teno The Rivor and Harbor Bill was defeated in the Senate by Senator Carter who talked the measure to death Ho held the floor for nearly thirteen hours A Good Cough Medicine for Chit dren I have no hesitancy in recommend tog Chamberlains Cough Remedy tys F P Moran a wellknown and Hipular baker of Petersburg Va We have given it to onrchildren hen troubled with badcoughs also whooping cough and it has always Iven perfect satisfaction It was rec rmnnndtrt to nid by a druggist as thee dough medicine for children as it tmtaiiud no opium or harmful drug v lflhy M Cravens The Southern States from Texas to Florida had a heavy snowstorm Satur day tPhe snow wasslx inches deep at HirmiophamandlOinchesatLagrange 2a Oe hnmlrtd thousand ablebodied ramps who would rather walk than i ork or ride than eat cost the people of the United States 25000000 a year PATTERSON HOTEL J KMOSTGXSAt N KYS- i III Sn MI Vice un it a on a a a are In 4 Dttn If T No can be at the It is new elegamtly tbqta ble at all the affords Jot in eon J J B PATTERSON Proprifforhi 1 RIE GER 4VIIllllER WHOLKSATE 3IANUFACTUKEKS ofr JII qf SflDDIiES J weS 1 latness Slfi f fF p q1 172 Fourth Avenue Represented bj JO f1IIiLtV hOUISV 1CY J DUCKNER President 1JUCKNER President etter than J and JK IIBuakner Tobacco Warehouse fq INCORPORATED 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND MARKETAND 216220 TENTHSTi r LOUISVILLE KV SPECIAL ATTENTION Gli EN PRIiiTtTE SKLStPOUR MONTHS FREE STORAOK Independent House Mark your Hhds BUCKNER HOUSE Qradyuille Hi 9 Glo h GRADYVILLE KY 1 JOHN F110WE S Principal 1VIISS IfUl1H Rl1uEN Rssist lnt2aaaa Spring Term Opens Januarp 7 continues 5 MonthsV Thorough courses of study be in and school branches of study 4 Specialattention jj tjiyen teachers preparing for examinations Tuition Kasonable EX- celleut board can be had in the best of families at m50 per weekor- 1 from Monday to jf l I nday Address f awfe JOHN FLP ririul ville K ntncky hf injC ooo Ir Begins in theigrowing Anywhere between the plantation and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until reaches the user in sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer cent pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for H ARBUCKLES Roasted Coffee buys much more than cents worth of quality and strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure yet get Arbtrcfiles Roasted Coffee Other package cpffeea but imitationsof Atfciwfcfes eeeh e r Manor atetrlstt pxreb Jr tOf fitIAMUCKLR lidrfefeR DepartM NEW TMK tIin place found above named hotel furnished and times ivy plied with but the market Peed Stable nection IIs3rE BUCKNER Secy Trees will given common same