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T THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSVOLUME 4 001UMBIA AUAUtOOUlSnKBMTnOKIi WEDNESDAY MAKOH 20 1901 NUMBER 19 PO TOJF1CE DIRECTORY J M Rmiell PostmasUf OMeheu week das700 a m to 98s pm COUBT DIRECTORY OtaotCOJIlThee mlons s yearThtrd Monday In May and 111011111 january Ihlri lnda111 September w W Joner SSUSSh AtiorncyNIL Aar- onibrlJ V Hari Clerk Jno L Coffey Monday In each month COUT OcutFlr Ju w Batlef County AttorneyJaia tnettJr 01 rkTSt Us Jailer 8 IL Mitchell uorCl Bradshaw BTWtr T McOaffree IIW Jones serd Fletcher ijgkollOOrRIrcour second M8nday tn aoh month 1ql W Atklni nrordn Montgomery PHUBCS DIRECTORY FB8BTTBX1AM- sra uB tmiBTSjeT T F Waltot fastor Berrlwi second and fourth Honda s h bundayechoolat9adoeeda Ukkafh alga BVBKITIIL 8TB rReT W P Gordon- pgttor rTleei tort eaaday In each montb- ua41loIlJool every Sabbath at a m Prayer 1Itt1GJ rhUlr plDt BAPTIST sasateattaS 8tJ wRev E W Barnett MiHr Service third Sunday In each month fmndayMhol erety Btbbath at a m Prayer meeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CAUPBBUBTILU Pin Elder L Williams Pasts Services Pint Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES13 MASONIC Loose No P and MBcgu ar meeting their hU over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon In each month WM TESTBW8 Sees R A No meets rat Monday night In each month- J E H P W W Secretary aQQ =TEC cAraDS HENRY W EDDLEMAN40- 8VMARKETSTLDUISVILLEKYI Also Dealer In I FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRANDS Remember the place 403 West Market Hancock Hotel OUfKVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JllNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0MThe above Hotel has been re- tted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable ood sample room Feed stable at tached GOmRGIAL H TBL JAMESTOWN KY HfllT YA SHANJ Proprietors HE aboTe named hotel was recently opened MraAlees that the table Is supplied at all times with the very best the market affords The proprietors are attentive and very polite to uests Good sample rooms and the bntidtng Firsteonablef rt LeMnn Steam Laundry LEBANON KY r r r THOROUGHLY equipped mOdern laundry plant conducted by expert lenced workmen and doing as high grade work as can be turned out any place in the country Patronize a home institution Work of Adair f Eusscll Taplor and Green solicited WJOftRSTONGO Pro- sf A MILLER Agents rE I C0tanM Kentucky IBld dizziness aro quit elt A lets Littlo Liver Pills They arouse thoTo Oft the BILE and OK a dote sow i Missed By Susan B Anthony The Atlanta Constitution comments upon an editorial in a Western daily on the life of Susan B Anthony The editorial refers to the element o f tragedy in the fact that Miss Anthon y has missed wifehood and motherhood tbe crowning glories of womans life The Atlanta Constitution considerr this clause and says It is undeniable that Miss Anthony has missed wifehood and motherhood and in summing up a womans life It is only fair that we should count things she has missed along with the thing rile has gained She has gained the love and reverance of millions of people now living and of millions yet to be but she has never known tbe unspeakable oliss of nursing a family Of children through the measles whooping cough and mumps She has lived a useful and perfect unselfish life but she doesnt know a thing in the world about the serene happiness tbutjjesin being housekeeper cook cbanibtTinaid nurse seamstress host ess and a halt a dozon other things every day in the year till nervous prostration puts an end to the complicated business She has stood on a thousand platforms and listened to the applause of vast audiences but she doesnt know the glory and honor there in picking up a bucket of hot suds and climbing a st Jadder to wash the doors and windwS All joy and rapture pf housecleaning en the beautiful month of May are a sealed book to her She has made the life of womankind broader deeper and high er than woman ever dreamed it could be but she has np conceptjon of the breadth depth and height of satisfaction to be found in nursing a baby through the three months colic She has made the world over bpi she is ignorant of the abandon of joy a woman feels when she makes over an old dress for the third time and then sees John start oil on his summer fish ing trip She has been free and inde pendent always and the women who are happier for her work will see that she never lacks any good thing but alas she has never known theecstacy of asking John for 10 cents to pay street car fare and she has never ex prciepCQd the bliss of hearing him growl about the price Qf her Easter bonnet and groan over the monthly grocery bill Here the element of tragedy looms up very large indeed There is no use in talking about it Miss Anthony missed a lot of things It is said that on her last birthday she received 3000 letters congratulatory of the things she has gained in her eighty years of ire But there are wives and mothers who could cheerfully and heartily write her 3000 more letters congratulatory of the thisgs that she has missed Admiral Sampsons Parentage f Admiral Sampson is of the humblesr parentage His father was a ditch ditfg r at Palmyra N Y a man of iutflligence good character and deep religious convictions Admiral Sampson earned the money which paid his expenses to Annapolis by assisting his father digging ditches grubbing stumps and in other similar employ ment Three of his classmates Ad mirals Cromwell Higtslnson and Rod gers are now In Washington Admiral Watson wno was one class ahead of him with Scbley and other men who were in the acadamy at the samt time all testify that Sampson was about the greenest jay tftat eve appeared at the acadamy but at the same time he attracted immediate attention because of his handsome ap pearance and intellectual ability His pink and white complexion gave him the nickname of Lily which stuck to him through his entire course and his gawky awkward manners were In striking contrast to his hand some head and face Sampson had enjoyed no advantages outside of the district school and was barely able to pass his entrance examination but his mental abilities wpre demonstrated during the first term when he shot from the bottom to number four in his Glass At the end of the first year ue stood number one a place that he keptwithuut the slightest difficulty until his graduation- S augh remedies hide a cough thy drug itInto silence but the irrlta tion stays in tbe lungs to cause trouble Morleys Honey Pectoral soothes heals strengtbensand cures thoroughly The cough stops because the cAuse is removed Price 25 cts Ask your druggists Tiusts In A Rush By means of the completed organize tion of the American Can Company representing a complete monopolistic combine of tbe tincan manufacturing concerns of the Untied States and of the Standard Milling Company Its comprehensive in scope an additional 100000000 of trust capitalization is to be noted as a significant develop ment of the times It mjst be acknowledged that the cxrtalnty of another four years of McKioIcyism is greatly stimulating the Trust Barons in their monopoly mission It is but a few days ago al most coincident with the second inauguration of the Trust President of the United States that the Steel Trust perfected by Plerpont Morgan was incorporated with a capitol of SI 100000000 The giganfclp railway combine based on the conynunity of ownership idea is also a recent de velopement No time is being lost by the 200 trust magnates of America who hope finaly to own all that is worth owning in this cpuntry Of course there will be many other trust formations in the not remote future covering whatever fields are still open to the application of tbe trust idea The certain passage of 3180000000 shipsubsidy grab by theI Fiftyseventh Congress will no doubt resultin at least one new shipping combine Its a great time for the trustsand during the next four years the people will learn just what ItI means fa haye a Trust President at the head of the American Goverment They should not fail to profit by the lesson if they propose foreojaina free and selfgoverning peopleSt Louis Republic YId PJ4F oiIAfter a complete disappearance for many years and after the belief of tbelr extermination had grown to certainty wild pidgeons have mmeI their reappearance in great numbers on the Pacific coast Mrs Fannie B Porter of San Luis Obispo Call writes her mother Mrs Olivia Rogers of this DlaqeIGreat droves of wild pidgeons have made their appearance here They come by thou apds acd I hear are ing much damage to growing wheat It doesnt take them long to destroy a wheatfield and farmers are consider ably exercised One of my bojs killed eightyfour across the creek fromJ where I live a few eveningsago They are fat plump and tender are deli cious to eat and sell at 125 per dozon 1 do not think they are exactly the same pidgeons as the wild ones knewI back in Kentucky astbey are of a blue coloring like a dove But they are certainly wild pidge ns and thourauds of themIt been fifteen or twenty years since wild pidgeons were las seen in this country The bird suddenly and completely disappeared fnm their usual haunts and it was currently ro ported that millions of them had been overtaken in a storm somewhere off the southern or western coast in passing from mainland to islands and all drowned in the ocean Not one was overseen afterwards and it is said thatthe Smithsonian Institute has or several yearsotrered a standing reward for a live wild pid eon Their sudden reappearance will excite much inter est among oritbolugists everywhere Wherethey have spent the years of their exile from home is a question that will probably remain forever un answered E Town News Twice Provvn From The Vindictar Rutherfardton N C The editor of the Vindicator has had occasion to test the efficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm twice with the most remarkable results in each case Firt with rheumatism in this shoulder with which he suffered ex crusiating pain fgr ten days which was relieved with two applications of Pain Balm rubbing tbe parts afflicted and realizing instant benefit and entire re In it short time Second in rheumatism in thigh joint almost prostrating him with severe pain which was re lieved by two applications rubbing with the liniment on retiring at night and getting up free from pain For sale by M Cravens Thomas Christian fits the murder of Frank Perkins a colored hurst trainer at lextnginjwi litvvn a life sentence t Mrs Nations Crusade Mrs Carrie Nation as her namt would indicate has succeeded In mak- Ing herself more than a state affair tier attempt to cure lawlessness by lawlessness has aroused discussion everywhere She has already reached a degree of eminence which has excited the attention of cartoonist and hatchet brigades are being organized in various cities in her honor Kansas has a constitutional amendment as well aa a statute prohibiting the sale liquor but as Is well known prohi bition is not enforced in communities where the local sentiment is against it Mrs Nation acts upon the theory tbat the saloon is an outlaw in Kansas and that ssloon keepers cannot invoke the protection the law when they themselves disregard it While no de fence can be made of lawless methods in enforcing law hose who condemn Mrs Nation must in order to be con sistant also condemn the violation of the liquor laws The Kansas crusade has already served a useful purpose in that it has brqught out the fact that prohibition is a dead letter in thatI state and now that public attention has been directed toward the subject it is probable that the law wlllel thert be enforced or the question resubmitted A law that is not enforced breeds contempt for lawIRugell 3azes Way to Get Ichl In a recent number of the Saturday Evening Post Mr Russell Sage givesI views an savjng Very few people admire Mr Sage he is one of the men who is nptewortby almost sorgly for the money JjeIs wqrtn But some orI the advice he gives is worth reading He says No matter how fast ft man ipay- mgie money he owes it to society as well as to himself to be economicalt Any young man who will live up to the followingset of rules will get mortt genuine happiness out of life than his neighbor who violates them Out of every dollar earned save 25 cents Save 75 cents if you can but- never less than 25 aGetmorning and work until the things that are beforeyou q re Qujshgd Pont drop what yap have in band because it ih 5 oclock Be honest always have the courage to tell the truthrh Dont depend on others Even if you have a rich father strike out for yourself Cultivate independence at the very uuteetLearn the value of the money Re alize tbat it stands when honestly made as the monument to your value aa a ci Jzen- Be jealous of your civil rights Take a wholesome interest in public affairs but do not let politics or any thing else interfere with the rigid administration of your private duties The Slate is made up of iDpyldualsI Bd clean and decent Dont dllI anything that you would be ashamed to discuss with your mother Dont gamble Be circumspect your movements Iu connection with amusements 1 have never been able to understand why the young men of today deem the theatre an absolute essential in seek log diversion An evening with aguou book is or ought to be moresatisfying to the young man of brains than even lug in a hall where a lot of mane ueve characters are strutting up and down the stage like ctyldren When the human race reaches Its highest metal development there will probably be no theatres Strikes a Rich Find I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervou debility writes F J Green of Lan caster N H No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitter which did me more good than all the medicines I ever used They have al so kept my wife in excellent health for many years She says Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles tqat they are a grand tonic and invigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place In our tam1JIn Try them Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by T E Paull Jack Saunders colored was arrested at JelUo for shooting Wesley Rig gins a conductor on the Queen and Crescent the offense being committed in jPunuki ocranty some tfeto tigtti What Is a Gentleman Toe question has been variously an swered Admiral Sampsons view is that it requires certain specific advan tages of early education and training to make a gentleman If that is so then gentlemanliness is a acquired art not a natural gift This is not a great advance on the old English so cial doctrine that gentlemen are born nut But in this democratic age and country neither high birth nor liberal education is essential to the making of a true gentleman When Gunner Morgan In spite of the unfavorable indorsement of his letter to the Admiral Sampson called on the latter and expressed his regret that the correspondence should have been so published is to annoy the Ad miral he went so far to show himself a gentleman in the true sense of theI term It was a gentle deed justify log Steeles observat on in the Ta teer that the appellation of gentleman is never to he affixed to a mans circumstances but to his behavior in them Old Chaucers curiously spell opinion Tbat he is gentil that doth gentil dedis still holds good in the high court of common sense We speak of lIen be having like geotlementbut thephrase unhappy A man can not behave like a gentleman unless he is onefor affectations or insincerity is Itself bad manners Nothing can constitute breeding that has not good nature ito foundation says BulwerI Thackerays definition of a gentleman is oue to which thousands of men up who never saw the inside of a college or seen a high school andIhave no distinction either of birth orIJ saysn Itbtto be gentle to be generous be brave to be wise and possessing all these qualities to exercise there It most graceful outward U1annerb The lst 1ttetinction when he says Thoughtful ies for others generosity mlJdestv 0aodtmakeistingulshed from the veneered article which commonly goes by that name Judged by these high standards it is quite profitable that there are as many gentlemen among the gunners ast among the commissioned officers ofc Uncle Sams uavy New York Wurldc Has an Income of 15000 a Month IJSpecial 11thesensational liveries uf sudden wealth One case which will be of interest throughout the country fa that of Rug er Q Mills of CorMcana Tex ex manyiSenator Mills retired to private ijfea few years ago he was a pour wan All that be owned was a farm adjolnllg the town of Curslcaoa This piece of property was encumbered with a large mortgage About this timeJ the first oil strike in the Qorsicana district was male ry Capt Lucas As a result of tbe discovery land values in that section b gau to soar skyward Senator Mills held his farm and enter ed into an arrangement with practical o wen for boring a number of wells on the plac The titId was giadually developed until Senator Sibs farm is now in the very heart of the Corsicana oil dis trict Ills income from these wells soon aggregated several hundred dol lars per day The number of wells on the farm has been largeyincreased In tbe last year and it is said that his net luc we how the sale of the oil now excveris 15000 a mouth Kansas Ql1Y Cor Chicago InterOcean An Honest Medfclne for Lugrlp Geo W Watt of South Gardiner Me says I have had the worst cough cold chills and grjp and have taken lots of trash ot no account but profit to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is the only thing that has dune any good whatever I have used one bottle of it aud the chills cold and grip have left me I coograt ulate the manufacturers of an honest medicine Sold by Cravens MaryWilson auel eight and Tom Turner f Bell uniyll went to a preacher and a e tn he married but were rtturned to tie lr parents who gavo tbe children H Hpaiikiut i A Great Newspaper The Sunday edition of The St Lot St Republic is a marvel of modern news paper enterprise The oigairTattoi lir Itsnewservic is worldwide comp it In every department in fact stiptrioi to tbat of any other newspaper The magazine section is illustrator Htabusthan any of the monthly magaznes The fashions illustrated in ntursl colors are especially valuable to the colored comic section is a gen uine laugh maker The funny car loons are by the best artists Tin humorous stories are high cass by thors of national reputation Sheet music a highclass popular sung is furnished free every Sunday in The Republic The price of theThe Sunday Rcpuli lie by mail one year is 200 For salt by all news dealers President McKinleys proposed transcontinental trip the latter plrt of April will be one not only of valm to him as a recreation from onicia care but in the opportunity hs win have of studying the people and the resources of the country through which he will pass He will visit New Orleans and be present at the inaugu ration of the largest floating duck u the world Thence he will pass near y a thousand miles through Texas which is six times the area of Ohio and tbe seventh State in point of pop ulation On its extreme western harder at El Paso he will meet President of Mexico and shake hauds with across the border Thence he will Los Angles and up to tin coast to San Francisco whence he will go to Oregon and visit the tilt e ut Portland Tacoma and Seat tie Ills route home has not been scheduled he will probably return by the Pacific and In the circ e thus described Un will take in all the distinctive varieties of scenery devel and population which make up he great national empire of ehich he Chief Magistrate CourierJournal Most in quantity best in Quality Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron is a a blood purifier and a blood mak It does not take stop with merely certain diseases like scrofula sure abcesses etc but cleanses and buildi up the whole system All who ave tried it say there is more cure ottle of Morley Sarsaparilla and Iron than in six of anv other kind Sold by agent in every town Hot Times in 1950 Perturbing as it may appear at first sight there is logically a grain of comfort to be found in the announcement of Processor Fulton of Edinburgh Uni versity that the Devil is located on the planet Saturn and that his Satan Ic Majesty is billed for projection t tbe planet Earth some time in tin yr ar It is always well for a man to know just where his enemy is and at ht time he may be expected to put in au appearance with the light of battle ilt hs eye The old proverb Forest art ed Is forearmed voiced thissimp truth which still holds grind It lung been feared thnt tie Devil would some day he turned loose on the t rre trial ball Not a few pvrs ns haVt b lieved indeed that he has already vi lied u more than once in dlsgu wherefore wo have our Mephistophelt myth and others of tbat ilk Professor Fultons announcement simplifies th matter greatly The occasion seems to call forNiko Tesla If we can believe all wuhwu this astonishing sci itistvan outlet the Devil in the lino of pyrotechnic Nikola must lay plans fr a hot ee r cal reception of oldNlck In 1950 F him full of ohms dud volts and blah ing blue blazes Nikola the minute h sets foot off Saturn Now that wi on his trail lets fight the Devil wi f1reHt Louis Republic Working 24 ilour aDay Theres no rest fur those tireless little workers Dr Kngs Sw Life Pills Millions are always busy curl Torpid Liver Jaundice Billinusne Fever and Ague They hanish Ik headache drive out Malaria Never gripe or weaken sfnal ia ten workj onders Try them 25c at T GPs 17iuu19tifie fNu 1 Nnrnbhed =Plan Per Day p 5lic SSosfers 3fotcf MEALSSiic 523WauclSt LOUISVILLE KY JC BOSLER Hgr ffilmore Hotel W H WtLJIOKB Prop Graci ville Kentucky i topthanirtie refutes and a first class t iitr tItles cry rca Si attaehediUUKDOS MONTGOMERY i Yll 1 l i COLUMBIA KY adjolninaunties drugcure rDR M 0 SALLEE t DENTIST Careful attention given to ffif dentivbryanddental CoffeyLCOLU3IBIA KY FRANK M BALLENGER WITH ROftiflSClHiOrtOOGfl WHOESAE Dry Goods Notions Etc LOUISVILLE KY YETMRY SURGEON HstuIoPolleYH Splints Spavin or say sal I6UAJitD5A1ISFACTION Sock- S D CREN8HAW- lmile from Columbia on Disappolncncarf PARSON MOSS CO COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to flo any kind of work in J our line in firstclass order We have been in the business for 25 years sad know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable- as any firstclass mechanics Wi vill take country produce at market value Girt us call Shop near Columbia Mill Ce 41 Columbia AND Gampbellsville Staae Llif 0STAGE SAFCfeRIVIR 0Courteous Attention to Passenrjtre Leaves Columbia a m and aakenaade ln with Louisville train Leaves Graena ille 3A p m Just af er arrival ft LtiSrHSl y exc pi inday Calls at Maim X 1e promptly tended to Express at to IllerI GEORGE LEV iMP BRUNeRCWHOLESALE PRODUCE DEAIiEB charge no co mission on Batter Xvtfe ry and Egg Ale guaranty highest WfeJSl prices 471 BriKJk BONK LOUISVILLE KERlttafe RI THH ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Published ijpinesday BY TILENewsk Adair ou liB INCORPORATED CHAS 8 HARRIS Editor devoted to the InterDemocratic newspaper eats of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postofficeassecond class mall matter SUBSCRIPT N RATES ONE yEARttoosIx iONTIiS r STRICTLY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MARCH 20- ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY CLERK wuareauthorized to announce P T COOLEY a candidate for the County Court Clerk of Adair County subject to the action Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES a candidate for Jailer uf Adiir conn Fartyty What a strange world this would be Jf frpai politicians it was free But Satan would frown and fret you know To gee political tricksters go The grand jury of Barren coun ty has indicted R W Knott editor of the Limborger Cheese for libel IiJ Taylor has tendered rosicrnation as editor of the Glasgow Republican and has been sue cwsded by his son J F Taylor Cloverport the thriving city of Breckinridga county was fearfully damaged by fire last week All the business portion of the city was dgstroyjcd entailing a loss of about a half million of dollars Just as predicted in last weeks issue of the News Catron was nominated on first ballot in the Burksville convention You tickle me I tickle you my county for yOu your county Tor me or my friendthe next time you know Bev White has resigned n Sheriff of Olay countyand the feud that has exist dthre for years is a ban oyd All the feudist have agreed EbIay aside their arms and let the Yaw take its course Sher iff AVhitoVvill remove to Madison CLOuntY N7 J Bryan has auuounc od thai bo will enlarge the The Commoner and admit advertisers If he is as true to the commercial interests of tile people as he is to his political faith and destiny of the government no one need fear buy from any firm who may ad vertise in The Commoner The spread of Iorma iBm if h iwover it is spreading at all ia t be regretted foy all good citiv z ns nMl in our judgment theirs lyganious prubtice at home is a tl testion fur the Federal Govern ent tai hatrdlo If the Legiala rire of Utah k making legal proq sinus fur a plurality of wives it tho duty orthe general govern tent to require a strict obedience t the Federal Constitution Utah i not seSjjarated from therest of the States and the constitution ins the same power over her as it has over anyother State Her oitizens undec this supreme law of the liud are entitled to worship God ns their conscience die tatos j thqr1ye the same right to beeome missionaries at home or abroad as other religious creedBI and so lbuggas they keep within the cOIf l1es of the laws of our State thy should be protected in their lifeliberty and their specif ic missions when they transgress they should bo made to answer to the Commonwealth The News does Dot tortutenanco polygamy nor doe Tt sympathize with the foreruners of this peculiar faith but it ibcIievein the suprema cy of law and order It would not indorse disgraceful cowardly and unlawful nets against men who are guarauteerl protection by both Fcdornl5nji State laws It be lieges in tho suppression of Mor monism bv education and legal of d s studioflId condemn the IiIi ping ii regardless lh i ulster0 1t Gpv Beokham and wife are now at Christian Pass Miss and act ing Governor Carter is being be igpd for pardons Political cyolones ure often gen erated in small rooms and on the verge of decisive battles and the man who said that politics i h must have known that som candidates get the pats an promises while their opponents get the votes Mr W P Walton for many years the editor of the Interior Journal is a candidate for Rail road Commissioner to succeed Mr CC McChord That Mr Wal ton is eminently fitted for this position there is not a doubt and the many hot and hard fights he has made for the Democratic par ty are sufficient to commend hi to every good Democrat through out this district With his ener gy determination and the fearless stand he has always taken against the common political foe he wilf doubtless achieve his desires ExPresident Harrison whose illness was of short duration pass ed over the river of death last Wednesday evening at his hom e in Indianapolis Throughout th entire country party prejudice has been swept aside in expressions of admiration for the great American whose life and devotion to his country have been so manifest from 1861 to the day of his death It ia not our intention to attempt to extol his virtues or hide his fol lies Our space is limited and our knowledge too meager but being a public man whose official attainments had reached the most ex haultedstation of life we deem it a privilege of ours to say that he was in many respects a great statesman true to convictions and upright and honest both in private and public stations Mr Harrison was one of the few whose standing and prestige continued to grow after his retirement from office Under his Administrations of Na tional affairs the country was in a normal condition peace without and prosperity within hence he retiredwithout any cause of stir ring the country of achieving special notoriety but his firm stand against the Colonial policy of the present Administration and his strong denunciation of English supremacy over the South African patriots are sufficient to indicate that he would have been a wonder ful man at the head of our govern meut under present conditions and tendencies Not of our political faith yet we admired him as a great champion of human liberties a goodman and an able statesman Funeral services wore held in Indianapolis on Sunday President McKinley his Cabinet and many other prominent men of the Nation were present His body was laid to rest in Crown Hill cemetery beside his first wife WATSON There will be a Sunday school con vention at the new church at Plum Point March 30th and 31st Miss Pearl Lemmons of Pellyton was the guest of Mrs Cora Young rral days of last week has returned Miss Maggie Russell has been confin cd t her bed with measles Mrs William Childers who has been sick with pneumonia fever is in proving There wasasocial given at the home of Mr and Mrs Robert Young Saturday night Mr W L Russell was at Knifley on business the 16th Mr J W Parnell who recently subscribed for The News is wonderfully pleased with the paper Miss Katie Tartar of White Oak was the guest of Miss Annie Parnell last week Revs Williams and Montgomery will begin a two weeks meeting at Saturday night March 23rd Mrs Nannie Damron and Miss Cor die Robertson of Phil Casey county were visiting relatives in this neigh hood last week ROCK LICKI sicklistBusiness very dull in this community Mrs Sallie Gibbons is In very poor Petty who has been living with his father has removed to him self T B Curry lost a fine goata few days ago Mr BT Patterson one of our oldest and best citizens Is In his 87th year He has lived here the greater portion life life and has rearedsix children allot whom are living the youngest being 34y ars old He has 25 grand culldrciilaud one great grandchild Not Dead but Sleepeth Tn toe closing hours of the 19th cent urv just as the light of the 20th was breaking in Jpon us there seemed to be a feeling pervading the most enter pricing citizens of this town that threatened to revolutionize the com menial interests of this section to make the rugld ways smooth turns darkness into light and to transform thedisagreeable features into paths of Valof great magnitupe were on tap all the while and after many days and month- of gigantic aircastle building had been on a few of the enterprising spirits sembled and organized what has since been known as The Adair County Com menial Club Due notice was given to the entire citizens of this town that such an organization was desired and that its purpose and mission would be to bet ter the common interest of this locali ty Every man favored such a move all approved of such a federation be vialmizing the energies of our people that it would awaken and arouse such ac tion as would result in much good transform our broad avenues of fath omless mud into solid and desirable pikes expand the town and displace horse connection by electricity with the rest of the world But as above stated due notice was given and on the night that this meet ing was held with the courthouse bell making its loud peels only fifteen o twenty met and pooled their energies publiceon meeting the organization was affected with all officers and committees neces sary to make a wilderness to bloom as a rose but it seems that Its energy was expended on its organization that its fondest hopes have been pun edlnto deep pools of cold waterits quietly sleeping on the dark side of the verg e of success with only a few wakeful hours to contemplate and amuse itself with the fond hopes the brilliant achievements it had pictured for its mission Its pulse beat slowly Its temperature is low but it still lives and may yet receive the vitalizing an tidote that will build it uptobea strong power a power that will throw off the shackles that impede progress that keep this town a mere village that forces the mixing of the people and mud that keeps us disconnected from the rest of the world Its mission is a great one its field of operation is broad and its environ ments sufficient to induce heroic ef forts Born of pure necessity dwarfed by individual interests and the cold waterers of this town it is in a meas ure a useless organization powerless to invite and to induce such agencies- as are needed to awaken the community and leave to posterity the blessings of progress Its promoters one of whom I am which are not yet willing to yield such an important movement to those who are content to dwell under same conditions that environed our fore fathers We want a broom factory and an ice plant we want better facilities for going out and coming mwe want our town council to make darkness light and we live in the confident hope of all these and many other desirable additional features To the chairman of the above men tioned club to its secretary and treas urerand to its exccutivecommittee we suggest Keep the faith and all will end well It is not dead but sleep eth Notwithstanding there was snow and several days of cold weather last week the indications are that there will be plenty of fruit in Adair County The trees and buds are In a healthy state at present and unless a severe freeze should set in now there will be more apples and peaches than for manyI years In the Strawberry bedsI are absulooklogoicely and in a few weeks this delicious fruit will be on the market There will be preaching at the following places next Suudav T F Walton this city W S Dudgeon Betbleham Z T Williams this city FC Shearer Hutchinsnn school lum e T Huffaker eat burg G W Mont gomery Knifley W P Gordon Millc town and Pollards Chapel T L Hulse Pleasant Ridge WB Cave Liberty A son of Mr Jas Webb who lives near Webbs Cross Roads Russell county is afflicted with smallpox the disease making its appearance one day last week Dr L Taylor this city was called to see the patient and up on his advice and the advice of local physicians the family where the sick man is lying was quarentined and no further spread of the disease is expect edcGRADYVILLE W C Yates spent a few days of last week in Glasgow Mr Bud Eubank and wife of Colum- biavisited the family of J J Hunter Sunday A B Wllmore spent last Sunday in Edmonton Dr L C Nell and wife visited at Edmonton last week Misses Cary and Josie Caldwell ofJPortland were the guests of Miss Sal lie Diddle a few days ago C O and N H Moss attended the Republican convention at Burksvillo G W Robertson and daughter of Columbia attended church ht last Sunday Mr L M Wllmoro Is preparing pgta newshingle rout on Illsdwelling Mrs Jennie Taylor and daughter MiSB Matticof Columbia vlsite 1 Mrs i 4 Gal Wilmore last week Uncle Ch a rlto Yates lost one of th best mule colts that was ever foaled i this section Mr W W Yates has returned from MetC fife county where hewas visiting his children For the benefit of school teachers we will state that the districts in this part of the county have their teachers slated for the present year The few days of sunshine last week a t gresMr Buck Sparks the up to date stock roan nf Bed Lick passed through here btweek cnrouts for the Blue Grass section where he has purchased two thoroughbred Jacks for 40000 will bring them to Bed Llckfor th season Uncle Will Walker of Nell washer e one day last week and we must say be looks younger than he did ten years ago and as usual In good humor and a pleasant smile on his countenance He bought a combined mare from his son JD Walker paying 3000 The quart ey meeting that was be held t Morris chapel on the tilt h Sunday has ben changed to Plcketts chapel j m dtte is the same Miss Matile Taylor the efficient m tic teacher of Columbia has a class at this place and will begin teaching in thenearfuturee- r Miss Effie Montgomery of Joppa tered college here last Monday Misses Sallie Diddle and Annie Do honey were visiting the family of Mr John Dohoney one day last week Please take notice and remember that Eld ZTWilliams will deliver his lecture at Union on the fourth Sunday evening in April instead of the fourth Saturday night in this month Rev Walton will fill the pulpit at Union the fifth Sunday in this month II A Walker bought last week o f A Pulliam of Nell one marc mule for 6000 sold to Dick randy one mar multi for 89000 Dick Tandy of Shelby Wilson one 3yearold mare for 7500 W L Grady sold L W Preston of Glasgow one 3 year al Peacock marc for 810000 Smith Nell sold Cloyd Tandy or Campbells vi11c100 hogs 11 sheep and four cat tie fur 60000 sold L C Hlndman 12 hogs 4000 HC Walker 7 hogs 1000 Durham Bros of Campbells ville 128 hogs 3 cattle 107000 Lon nie S trailer Greensburg 33 cattle 85000 Smith Nell shipped a car load of fat cattle to the Louisville market last week The same fir bought in Cumberland county 30 t cattle at good prices An aged man by the name of Marion NIckleson died on the 14th at his home in the Tarter community with a complication of diseases CANE VALLEY Rev Gordon filled his regular ap pointment at the Methodist church last Sunday The wheat crop is looking very badly A great many of our farmers are plowing their wheat ground for corn Jno W Sublette sold a nice horse to Pedigo Bros of Glasgow last week fur 8100 Burn to the wife of Richard Hutch erson a 12 pound boy 15 ult Jessie Carter of Middlesboro is vIs- iting relatives here this week George Uundiff left last Thursday for Ill Mrs Eugene Rice and Miss Sallie Masie were visiting in Campbcllsville last week MibS Mattie Hancock opened school here last Monday with twentyfive scholars On last Wednesday night at the resi dence of Mr and Mrs G B Hendrix an oyster supper was given by the youug people of this community After supper was over the dining room was cleared up and the banjo and dle was brought in and partners on the lloor Those present were Misses Nauule Lee Butler Bev ie Spears Etuel Djhuney ViI Judd Mattie Moore Mattie Hancock Vans Butler Beitic Cuudiff Cite llendrixson Messrs Geu Cundlff Ed Cuudiff Lu Heudrlxson Willie Henanxson J G Subiett Ernest Lovell Horace Massie John Hancock Clarence Page Dr Moore and Dr Atkinson and Wife T I Smithand wife J W Sub lett and wife CREELSBORO C F Dunbar is at home W F Vigle has a job on the steam er Raymon Mrs Stella Ham is visiting her par ents Mr and Mrs E Campbell Capt and Mrs S Irwin are now citizens of Creelsboro Miss Nettle Denney was seriously ill last week but is now better Gordon Wood Higginbqttom has a severe attack of lagrippe Mr and MrsE A Rabon and Miss Mollie Miller visited atGlensfork last week Hudson Page collected a nice bunch ofhogsand cattle in and around this place last week Eld Z T Williams filled his regular appointment at this place Mr Bob Rowe Ama davilJe was in j midst last week looking for stock hogs Mr Bowe reports hog cholera anCrocus The house and household goods of Joe Garnus was destroyed by fire last Thursday morning The infant child bf W H Hams moods died lastFrlday morning The child s mother is not effected tb fide Mt Wm Wt JofatMbn bhte returned from Kansas He says that SIM Ifcn ney who recentlywent Tifost is sorely ldAxl xlthactlUs tlbantigla- i F o rnThe Buffalo Routs TO The PanAmerican Exposition 190 B6st Line to Indianoplis Peoria and CHICAGO Information cheerfully furnished on appli cation atCliy Ticket office Big Four Rome No Fourth Ave or write to AgtiLouisville Ky JJQV 0 EtID1t r + Blacksmiths f AND Woodwo rlkert- o Columbia Ky I amprepared to do all kinds of work in my line and if you need re Buggieus or m I keep for sale wagon and buggy tires rims spokes and all kinds of bolts My prices arc right and satis faction guaranteed Give me a call Farmers Farmers II 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 Hotel Yours truly eNWOOD Chas Rosenfield Bro GENFRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS 125 West Jefferson Louisville Kij Shipments of Eggs Butter and Poultry solicited REFERENCES Ger mman Insurance Bank Bradstreets Agency Adams Express Co JD Richardson Co GOMMISSION MERGHftNTS 138 East Jefferson Louisville Poultry Game Eggs and Butter Solicited Reference German Insurance Bank THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE DEALERS IX Exclusive High Grade Boots and Shoes Now Designs Perfect Fitting Modern Shoes 316 Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE IiY rUmPSf flosef Belting r PACKING BOILER TUBES Well Casing Iron Pipes General Brass and for Water Gas Suppliesi Mill and Factory Call on or THE AHREHS OTT MFG COrf INCORPORATED Louisville Kentucky Drs 8 G Goldstein Optic Specialists oF544 Fourth flue Louisville Ku Consultation and qx minatioh FREE These gentlemen ate professionals of long experience being sons of tho late Goldstein who knowa as an optfclan throughout KeVttick tfaeflaVfet blatescdn lfertished ibflrt ors Golastein Impious Nnt v NO TtGBNTS E W5HOPEWELL ALBIN MURRAY j HOP WELL MURRAY coLtu1PI13IF1 1 E1 ITUGIcY r cv Imetry Feed and Sale Stable WITH HARCUn HOTHU FirstChins Rigs With Safe Drivers Furnished Day or NightDrum mere Rigs a Speciulty HARRY BPYNE WILL S BRENTLINGER HARRY B PYNB CO f MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN and NewI1achinerv7 OE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works Hon to 1115 W Main eeLouisville = = Kentucky E LHUGHESCOMPANY EALI3KS IN llu1nbet1 4 Sash DOOt1S and Blinds HOUSE PATTERNS A SPECIALTY IRemember the locality Main Street next to to The Galt House LOUISVILLE KY SOY THE ElKPlftE CO1 DRILL Shop Blade or Wheel Cover Regulated to drop any distance or any amount of fertilizer Also a ful SeedsandFertilizerscome and see us when in town f aiColumbiaESTABLISHED IfYou Need a If 0 Your Watch IS OUT OF REPAIR Send it to us we will repair it for you at as low a cost as good work will permit and warrant it TO GIVE S TISPACTIO- NU aUn carry a full line of Watches arid Jew fir wvrr diKiptioti SOlid for CiUalo ue or c 1triiU ill dly iEngraviogFIrEE 2RONGIRAKDET q W Marlcot Louisville Kentucky GOrn Drill Come ands e THE EXCELSIOR The cheapest ever sold in the country It works to perfection ralsoDave a splendid line of Harness Bridles Saddles j every thing to the leather line The FISHER BUGGY warranted for 12 months and sold on the closest margin Call and see me V v J W JACKMAM Gplnmbia Kentucky t iii Nw LUlERYST BWB G dntgSGorid albPirtleSinviUuKti call LOCATION Near the Hancock Hotel Give i1ie aealh rLt H F FULKStril iilt J 4 f t NEW SPRING STOCK OUR ING STOCK IS YOU TO and more goods any since we been ness We that we cant unless them and out been increasing eral years we determined to show a stock this season a stock out of which we can all kinds and conditions from best the cheapest E OUR STOCK OF LADIES DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS = = is immense and we are strewing all the latest weaves and textures both in Woolens and wash MRS MURRELL who has charge of this department has given much study and thought to the seleetion of this We have all the new style trimming to matt h In Ladies Notions and Furnishings we have new on the market Our stock of Ladies Fine Kidand Pat ent Shoes will make a favorable show with any city store goods we only buy from the best manufacturers in the country thereby saving our customers the middle mans profit and you the best styleand service in shoes that can be procured In mens shoes we have them from Thos Emerson Sons Helmers Bettman Co and other reliable from the bests d to the cheapest have a large stock of CLOTHING HMTSVestsnew and stylish Our stock in this is too large and we are anxious to quote you low prices to reduce it HATSIn our Hat je 1 Mena Youths and Boys Odd Pants and IIfarmer to the fastidious Dude both in fur goods andstraws partment eau be foundall styles andutilities that will Psolid FURNISHINGS p Iirthis department we know we our competitors in this or any town near us You never saw a better line of Shirts Neckwear Collars and Cuffs Hosiery Vcan ili wybu i FURNITURE CARPETS ETC t We have this season Parlor suits in 3 ando sets upholstered with fine silk Brocatel and silk Damask couches and folding lounges covered wiah Persian velour French tapestry etc Folding Beds Hocking Chairs Dining Room Chairs Parlor tables etc We invite you to inspect this line believingwe can give you better than city prices CARPETS We have put in stock 25 new pieces Japanese Mattingcloths Rugs etc ffTWo can save you money on Hardware Queens alo G scries and in fact every thing sold in a firstclass department store Glad to show you goods at anytime xjtA i Russell II PERSONAL MENTION Mr J N Coffey is in Louisville this l Jake Bailey was here last Sun day Mr B K Young was in Campbells vilie Monday t Mr M H Marcum was quite sick all ot last week Mr F M Frazer was quite sick last- Saturdaynlgbt Dr W T Grissom Bliss was in Columbia Saturday Columbiaiar both on the sick list Mr W J Cardwell Lebanon has been in town since Monday Mr John B Coffey returned from Webster county last Sunday Mr Geo R Miller made his regular trip to Columbia last week Mr W SHilljCampbellsvjllc trav cling salesman was here last Friday Mrs A G Willis who has been very sick for the hst few days is improving tiplions H C Baker and F R Win frey were in Russell county lust week Mr Jo Coft y Jr and Mr Frank i mil were in Campbelk ville last Sun day I t Dr R A Jones of Stanford is visit ing his parents near Montpelier this county Messrs Me C Goode and W I Mender Campbellsville were in Columbia S Barker and little were visiting relatives in Lebanon last week atItmeasles Capt W W Bradshaw left Saturday for Eastern Kentucky He will be ab sent several days Ollie and Norman Morrison visited near Milltowtf last Sunday their grandmother being very sick Mr John Arnold and Mrs Thomas visited Bassett Hurt Jr Jast Sunday Mr Hurt is recovering from pneumoniaMrs Bradshaw Is in the mar ket this week Her little neiceAnniel Bradshaw Faulkner accompanied her to thecity Rev J L Atkins pastoral the Bap 1tlstChurch Burksville spent last Sun day night In Columbia delivering an 4 interesting discourse no a large con gregation Megsre W A Coffey W T Price tJIIS r White T C Davidson of this Moss and C O 11 JjbsB Gradyville attended the Stfia tonal Contention at BurksTille ipculr3 r SP OPENINVITE CALL see it We have invested money in this Spring than in former season have in the busi have sell we have as business has largely for set W have record breaker please the to complete and facbrics stock everything everything Leather department These We department Clothing Cats Cigarette GENTS etcthamweexcel added piece Murrell daughter BcnUJ ZClandHarlfieltl learned goods articles furnishing manufacturers Underwear Judge A P Simpson of Jamestown is spending a few days in Columbia beenItaking music in Louisville for the past six or eight months returned home a few days ago Dr C C IIErman and family Mrs Alice Thorpe and Miss Ethel Waltord who have been residing in Pensacola Fin for the past two years have moved to Dallas Texas Mr J W Todd and sister Miss Nora left Monday for Florence Ala to visit Miss Lou Todd Mr Todd will go from there to Cozatt Nebraska where he is in business LOCAL JOTTINGS This paper and the Courier Journal S15Q per year- Several letters unavoidably left over this week Born to the wife of Dick Hutchinson on the 15th a son Tree molasses and sugar have been on the market People are cleaningou their gardens preparatory t putting down seed Fifty dollars worth of fresh fancy candy just recrived Kemp Young See the corn drills at W F Jeffries Son before you buy 2t The famous Horse Shoe brands of fertilizer sold by KEMP YOUNG The Maccabees have rented the Ise n burg Hall for their meeting place Meeting Friday night of this week The Horse Shoe Brand fertilizer sold by Kemp Young is the best on the market It you want a good buggy harness saddle or bridle call on us WI F JEFFRIES SON I have yet a few pair of 8300 Manss custom made Shoes that I will sell for 8150 while they last 2t W L WAIKEU The thanks of this community are due Mr J W Hutchlnes of New York for nightly concerts from hi phonographA young people spent sever al hours very delightfully at the of Mr and Mrs W S Bafker las Monday night I This office Is prepared to do all kinds of piintingforstockmen Can furnish cards posters or folders at the lowest S Murrell ate now receiving nn ImiucnKCbtock of goods the nicest lines they haVe ever offered pthe public Read what they have to say In todays 2sewB See us before you buy fertilizer We have several grades at the lowest prices KEMP YOUNG See our Corn Drills and Cultivators before you buy We are as low as the lowest WM F J EFFRIES SON If you need groceries give us a call Our stock isfresh and complete 2t KEMP YOUNG The foundation for Mr W A Coff cys residence has been completed and the frame work will begin in a f wJ days When you visit Louisville stop at the New Phoenix Hotel Firstclass fare and well located corner of 7th and Market Streets ly Rev W B Cive filled the pulpit at the Baptist Church last Sunday fore noon A large congregation out and an interesting sermon delivered Mesdames M Cravens F M Frazer Cary Hurt Jo Rosenfield aod E G Atkins were with Mrs C M Russell in a candy pulling last Friday night I am just receiving a new line of Mens fancy shirts and neck wear al uptodate Call and see them 2t W L WALKEU Mass McCraffrey has a lamb two weeks old as spotted as a leopard The spots are about the size of a sliver dollar Mexican money Some of the older married ladies of town met at the residence of Mrs Kate Smith one night last week and enjoy ed an old time candy pulling Can on W L Walker and inspect his line of Granite Ware He has a great many useful articles that you can buy atabout onehalf regular price If you want the genuine Oliver Chill ed Plow repairs call on W L Walker He is the only one that sells the genuine good Oliver Chilled All oth era are Imitation 2t A wild turkey weighing 1Pi pounds was killed a few days ago by Tom Young The fowl was found on H W Tupmans farm six miles from Colum bia Fishermen have been having flnp verysfish are said to bem6re plentiful in Russells creek than usual alt00 per the farmers Interest to see us before buy ing their fertilizers WM F JEFFRIES SON Jim FranJklIn who is employed in the stateTavd had the misfortune to Itfee the end iff the fylrd linger of bis Tight band last Ffiday He was re j moving a boitwhep his hand got too 3lo8e the bE eWlth ttfc result M gl54da stared F Mrs W B Hurt Dead The sympathy of the people of this county go out to Mr W B Hurt who was bereft of his beloved wife last Sat urday afternoon She was about GOi years of aye and was one of countys best women Tho deceased was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and nmauy scars ago made preparations to nucfc her God She possessed a benevolent dis position remarkably kind tu her neigh bors and was an affectionate wife and mother The funeral services were held at her late home Sunday afternoon and were conducted by Rev W II C Sandidge who spoke pathetically of the excellent traits of the departed and at the close of his remarks he mains werelaid tg rest io the family burying ground The deceased was the second wife of Mr W B Hurt and besides the sorrowing husband two children are bereft of n devoted mother Earthly partings are aduut in reality it is tint hard for a Christian to die knowing tilt bkS cdness to ba free tram a world of pair and suffering lI rice our admonition tr the husband andI children is strive to meet the beloved one in the bt lr world- Temperance fleeting The following is the progiaui fur the Union Temprrancw Meeting 10 Je held at the CbrisiiaT Vhmvh in C ijumiiii Ky March al 1901 at 7 nchek p m Devotional EXtfClwUalnl of the Scriptures by Eld Z T Wiiliains f Prayer by Rev Jsso L Murrell Opening AddressrSu je t The Present Need of Temperance in Adair County by T L Hulse twentyfive minutes How to Hid Columbia of Blind Tiger Rev T F Walurti fifteen can be done to do away with the jug bussmess Eld Z T Wil Hams fifteen minutes What bas been the effects of In temperance On Columbia ll vW P Gordonfifteen minutes Everybody Interested in the temp erance cause is requested to ba present and make voluntary speeches Signed by the Commute Last Thursday W n woody from Casey Creek and W W Barrett of Ithe Tarter country were idjudged Lunatics and sent to Anchorage and Yeseter was also adjudged pf unsound mind and was conveyed to the same Asylum The trial of Mr Burton was pathetic in some particulars Before an Investigation had been Instituted be asked the privilege to read a ch ap ter He read the 10th of Matthew and then knelt and offered a feeling pray ereHis constant reading of the Scrip ture and his effort to live a sinless life have evidently unbalanced his mind and merle him a fitisubjcco for treat mcpt He appealed carnesty W many who were present at his trial 1 search th r ScTflp turte and to live a better lire Columbia Ky NBrack Cain sold a horse Monday to for 8100Chat Browning Cumberland circuit court will begin next Monday We understand there s a fair docket Buy the Homcsteid Fertilizer if yon want the best Only SI 50 per 100 Ibs WM F JEFKUIES SON Mrs Sam Bell whose home was near Dunvillc Casey County died one day last week The deceased was a sister of Mr Bob Williams und was educated at Columbia Mill men throughout this ciuntry when needing supplies will Und itto their interest twrite to Harry B Payne Co Main Street Louisville Ky Paid list since our last issue W B Sparks Purser Barger P V Grissom Anderson Morgan U W Tupman W L Stotts Mrs Hattie S Pelsue Conovcr Bros W A Garnett Miss Lou Todd J L Johnson About ten gentleman of this place have purchased a pool table for their 50 amusement It will not bs used on Sundays neither will there tc auy betting The purchase was nude sin py for pleasure The meeting tonducted by Revs Cave and Groves ltt Pioviduuce easel lust Sunday week There were thirty oni additions to ths Church tAeniy seven byespiritfuo and baptism arid our by letter Last Sunday Mr Henry Burress whose home was Dmlr llItpeller die d alter after a few days siege with pneumonia Mr Burr s watt near 80 years old and served through the civil war His son Henry lives at Campbellsville Mr James B Abrell is announced Iin todays News a candidate for Jailer ubject to the action of the Democrat ic party Mr Abrell is a good citizen and a sterling Democrat and should b receive the nomination and becom- elected he would doubtless make an excellent county official Mr Tandy Withers an old and spected citizen of this county died at his late home last Thurnday He was about seventytwo years old an ardent Baptist hnd frequently preeched from the word of God He will be greatly missed by bis family and cumbrous friends Geo Mllam charged with detaining a woman and who made his escape from this place a few days ago was last seen by former citizens of Columbia at Lebanon Ills whereabouts at this wrltingare not known George a dark mulatto 22 years old 5 feet 5 inches tall and will weigh about 150 pounds He is an all round bad boy The girl ho wronged is also colored Jordan Sebastaln charged with being implicated with Milam in the trim itrhursday IIn last weeks issue we stated that Humble Bros bad bought out R W Allen Mr Allen sold to Vaughan Bros of Kimble and the mistake of tart week was due to a misunderstand ing of our reporter A Baptist Missionary and Sunday school convention will he held atllnm Point this county the fifth Sunday in this month An Interesting program has been made out and a large crowd will doubtless be in attendance Mr P S Robinson Curapellsvlle a young man wellknown in ColumbIa son of the late John R Robinson will he married today to Grace Huron of Danville Indiana It is understood that the couple will reside at Camp bellsville Last Friday morning a little snow was on the ground and Mr A D Pat terson threw a snowball at some one but it went wide of its intended vie Urn and struck Mr J P Beard in his right eye The hurt is severe but be will soon be all right Mr Chas M Giddens who was aj son of Rev T J and Alice Robinson Glddens was killed by the falling of a limb from a tree near Douglas Kansas Feb 14 1901 He was born in Mum bia Ky and was twenty years old He was married to Miss Cloe Graves December 23 1891 A farmer in Nrlsin county has dis covered that hois1 a and cattle prefer tr oni sedge to timothy hay He says that be cut the sedge when green tending to use it for bedding Alter it cured he discovered his stock eating jit and later learned that they prefer ed it to other kinds of roughness We have plenty of broomsedge in this country and some poor farms may yet- become valuable Alice Winfrey Snjlth and Sallie IKitto Squires two colored women cre tiled some excitement upon hc square indulgingein a KateIwrong one women were hurt but it is said Sallie Kate gottbe best end of the tight Below I will give you a few special prices 8 Inch cross cut saw files 5ceach Mens Linen Collars 5c each Heavy Brown Domestic Oc ptryard Good Apron Check Gingham fast Colors Sets per yard Good Check Cotton Gingham foist colors 5c per yard Still have a taw pairs of Mens draw ers 19c a pair extra cheap Mi Ses and Children union fiuitslOc extra cheap Ladiesunlon5uitsarrextrac1menpn Tttf btPIbin fitttlito rtat and dregd4ods Very JoW Alt Winter goods ItJtltgids fn dpthlnfe sSoos 2t W L Wiisijt Inexchange puts it right when lt sty The newpaper man in some instances is like nether people He re spent his friend appreciates a kindness and he always willing to retain a f tvoa In o her respects he resww Id s his fellowmar Mr n t not crl tuu to put a nun on the hade tell hint what a goof man ho U and how much ho his dote for the town and rive him a free busine pilfcvfjr week when the roan willnit tnron i personal pnjudct r otherwise pa ironize the paper In other w inlshe stands by the man who tmisbyhim Thats about the way with the world arid a newspaper nvm cannot be eir petted to be dilt rent from the other people Dontyoasc Last week the Louisville papas stated that a young woman giving her name as Gertie Lola Pricealt mpS ed to commit suicide at the St Nichc F his Hotel on Sixth street She way sent to the hrspital and upon recovery Stated that she was a resident vf Columbia Ky and thatshe had been married five yearn that her hnsuihd wes named Dick Bryant and that a Miitbrougut by her for divorce was now pending in tho AdaIr circuit court The story is nnfnunded tie Lula Price dues not live in Column Mi nor did any person hy that nape ever live henor In Aduir county The dtvirce story is also a fabrication rs tvre is no record of such pro wrtngs Mr Chaily Campbell t IIn lirrs nt Creelslyir RuU county Uc ivn1 IT of a Shepherd dog two years ulil presented to him by Mr W II lludsou of this place lie is a very intelligent canine his crowing procllvitiis afford ing much amusemett for Mr Cttiiji bells friends who stop over night There are six or eight rooters txi the place and In the early morning whoa t they begin to crow the dug also crews answering each one in turn Tim roosters crow differently anti the tlrg- has so cultivated his habit as to make a noise to correspond rthcach rots ter esMrs T F Walton grviuslv enter tained a party of her lady friends last Friday afternoon Refreshments retserved and a very enjoyable timcJo 7 was experienced Those present were Mesdames Cary Hurt M Cravens W R Grissom W A Ooffiy Jar Gar nett Jr W B Patteson WEBrac= shaw Misses Sallie and Mary tierMaryand Julia Smith Sarah Flvrdin Minnie TripMr JCarrle Jlnt bcr assisted Mrs Walton in recflylntfaivi entertaining Miss Mary Smith n celved the prize a pin cushion artist cally wrought with violets fur answer1 ing correctly the largesttjUmbr of questions stedcF rsie 12 tbree y rdst ers 15 oncjif old Jielfets lour or fit iriilch tows uuT one good work horse JD Stilltre- AWsuats tlfe fi ifr 1 I now to Secure a Stallion Good horses Twerp never scare on our farms iu our recollections r ali now Thedemand for them for the Cuban Philippine and Boer wars has almost exhausted the iupply Many farmers themselves are short of horses and will have to buy and the demand for them in all kinds of business is increasing grad in towns and cit ies for pleasure purposes the demand continues Europeans are over here also atall our large pub lie wiles buying them A bright farmer is always looking in advance to see what the market demands what he can raise at the greatest profits If his eyes are now open he must see clearly that in no field is thpre more hope for profit than in rais ing good horses To do this ho must use good stallions as well as good nares- H ny farmers do not feelable to buy or lease a good stallion and hence none are secured and scrub horses only are raised in that community How much better it would be for a few prog ressive farmers to club together and buy or if unable lease some good stallion for one or mure yenra and thus introduce good stock into their neighborhoods We do not indorse the method of some stallioners of sending out a drummer to some richcommunity to form a stock company to sell a stallion for two or three times what he is worth Many import ed horses or horses from imported stock have been thus sold at many times their value and great wrong perpetrated on the customers We have good enough American horsesof size substance style and action to suit community Let a committee appointed to make a selection to look the stallion over to buy from whom they please at the lowest prices at which one can be be se cured or lease one in the sum way and not let some agent or drummer sell him to you at dot ble what he is worth iXhe time isnow ripe for takiflp up this matter The breeding sea son is at hand and action must be taken at once or a now lot of scrub colts will be brought into thf world wanted by no one and not bringing enough to pay for the cost of raising A good horse will always sell There is money it raising such The spring right now ia the time to begin the gOlldt work Ehzabethtown News Seridyonr mares to Adair con ty There are a number of e cellent stallionq hero and i8c e pINight Was Her Terror I xioifld cough nearly all nlhlIJoni writes Mrs Chas Applej ate a 1nm Alexandria Jnd and could hardlt get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I wuuhcough frightfully and spit blood but wben all ether medicines failed thrc 8100 bottles of Dr Kings NewDi coTery wholly cured me and I gainer 58 pounds Its absolutely guaran qeedtocure Coughs Colds Lagrippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lt IJg Troubles Price 60c and SIoO Triatl bottles free at PaullB drugstore p An Eastern editor says a mIll got into trouble by marrying twi A wives A Western editor replier that many had done so by marry ing one A Northern editor a great many of his companion found trouble by promising t y marry one and not going am s further A Southeri editor a friend of hie was hothercc1w enough when he was simply fount iiin company with another inanV wlfe Exbr r7s t ftroughs ten you that there is SUIDlS 7 J7 thins wrong the throat ur lung 1 is tha cause riot the cougb that you must look after Morleys Honey Per age Loral searches put the cause of trouble ton it heals the inflamed surfaces stop the irration loosens the ctmgh anr cures the thoroughly Sold by agent in every town t eral tt There is much speculation about iiijd tw the complexion of the tiext Sta ij Senate The Farmers Home Fire lusurauct Company Junction City Ky 200000 strong Insures all kinds of property except steam mills hemp aud tobacco Hates reasonable Insures ainiiiisi bead Fire Lightning and Wind 1tOlZfUSTAFiE3 County Doctor t isA MunnELL Aircnu A N WELLS friny Salt tIt1InCLthtJnhvld d1JuJgo rod I 1Jotf6eStockmen 1 If you will need anything in the above lino we are prepared to furnish you CanIprint cards folders or posters and at the lowest figures Cause for Suspicion Why is it that women are n suspicious 2 Now had Mother Eve been a smart woman and true to nature it strikes me she would have suspected the serpent of some abt e when you go to talking to a bloom er about something of which she knows nothing or has at least but a slight knowledge of she sets hero ears up and shies oil There is a uiighty good man here in town at least he says he is a good man which of course gives no room for doubting him and he started out to keep Lent He had never kept it hefts but he said to his wife i My dear I feel that this really is the season when we should deprive ourselves of some of our pleasures as the Rev Dr Softly remarked Sunday I have made up my nixed that oue of the joys of my life is the society of you nd the children I look forward ovary evening to coming home g t tu a nice dinner and then speud ycxeir u lodge has many sick brethren and am ashamed to say that I have not paid them the attention jught to have doue so to kOHl intact us well as in spirit going to devyte my evetiiugh totalling upon thsick ones und doing all I can to brighten and them 1 do not believe this good mans wife is unduly suspicious but this Lenten gab made her restless Anyhow she found a cheats bo go down to his office the next wars rug and size up his now typewriter and he hasnt been ullowea call and minister to the sick brethren yet Tattler Louisvilin Times Good Cough Medicine for dren I have no hesitancy iu recommend RemedyFsays P P Moran a well Icuua n aud oopular baker of Petersburg Va oWe have given It to our children in troubled with end coujjhs alsot ooping cough and it has alnay ven lierfcct satisfaction It was rc 1bestcontained no opium or harmful drug d by M Cravens Rufus Woottou and John Evert were shot and killed by IelIMesseirr a physician of Kuottf county yootton Everage mId Blaine Combs had ridden by MesI seats home and fired into his houseand as they returned ugenC fightensued Rufus Wdotton Blaine Combs were in the Hollifieldlelly fight which oc cufredin Letcher nsh rt 0timeHorrible Outbreak Of hnrgesuresaa dau btei8 tlheadeYwrites 0 IX Isbell ofjrorgan lean but Bucklcus Arnica Salve completely cured her Its a guaranteed cure for Ezeina TItter EheumPimpleK Sores Ulcers 1i1ceUt1y utr YatilleA Another Turn of the Screw An advance of 2 per cent on the price of window glass is au nounced This added to previous advances makes the price from 50 to 60 per cent higher than it was a year ago It is a practical ex ample of the power of trusts tax the people upon articles prime necessity By the consoli dation of the manufactories the expense of management is decreas ed and should result in decrease of prices But a monopoly is created slid the price advanced at pleasure Another factory for the oppression consists in shutting down at intervals certain of the plants so as to reduce the stock andmake that the pretext for the raise in price This not only mulcts the consumer but by the enforced idleness ofthe bands brings distress to many families This system or increasing the of window glues is on a par with the old English law which taxed ouch window pane in a house cut ting off to that xtmt light from the dwellings ot the poor slid leud rug to the substitution at fish skin and oiled paper Its abolishment marked u new ere in Great Brit 1uin just us the enthronement rf thn trusts is evidence fu retro rude from aound political ecouo my in this country Curier Journal Who will ndnup the avwr with the President iif 1905 one of the questions naked by writerawho do tnt fid enough in the stirring prnt to give vent to their punigmphic smartness Perhaps tho inauguration four years hence will be so niodent und retiring that questions of prec deuce will be ufnu moment There is a strong undertow withI 1ut distinction of party nguiu spectacular celebrations of changesF irluuguJr union u President as now con ducted is a party event Ito was on two ocouaions in 1885 and 1898 when the Democrats of th country thought they had put atmember of their party in the Ex iuuugurr beeen Republti bne lieve that we have too many olecj tions and too much politics fur e good of business may be wil to dispense with any further formality in the induction ofIt helEPeuceEnquirer Rich teal aloodIMorleys Purlfles the blood hut makes new rich red blood If you have skin erup clans bolls tbscessps rheumatism or scrofula or if you have a rundown tlredoutfeellng try this temedy andGe note the prompt results Ask your druggist We have not heard ofa Demo erat whu aunts to rue fur the Fai Abe ileue4e iu thieiidbriufn t The four Republican Judges of the Court of the Court of Appeals in an opinion written by Judge Guffy the three Democratics die senting have overruled a lone line of decisions by the courts of this ard other States It true into the case of a Henry county man ofand holds that in cross exami n a tion of a witness he can not be re quired to answer any question the answer to which show that he h been guilty of any misdemeanor or accused or convicted of any crime and that such facts can not be proved by other witnesses The majority went out of the rec ord to make this ruling which is said to be for the purpose of giv ing an easy chance to reverse theto case of Jim Howard sentenced toA hang for killing Gov Goebel Judge Hohspn in a dippentinp opinion scores the Republican mnI jority for overruling established precedents and bringing the court into contempt by reversing itself Stanford Journal John Iieudrickou licensed of Eithmurder of Calluwjiy ClrIIPSI ppciijred from jell ut Manchester f John Sehuatt tic of Morgan county committed puicide by shnntiiig with iirifl Jam Shnnnnn f Nicholnn county died fry m ijuriAf received by b5iii thrown from u hor e Hopkinnvjlle capitalist have 011o foot a project to build lin electric railroad from that city to Cum berlnnd riverMAt Stanford Robert Wilson charged with criminal assault ttdMiss Sallie Crabtr e was giW11i fifteen years in the penitentiary iistFlemingsbtirg T he drmeie t hose arrested on the charge of ofnut keeping a register of liquor prescriptions ebiro Daniel Mudon of Coving gave birth to twin daughters lust week the fourth ot of twins nitherrAcfPi during of marriage of 12 years in LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Lquisvillu LhCbc inStockYards wCATJLB- m- iExtrashippingT 84 554 75 th- Llghtshippingj 4 2Ha4JiO be Best butchers 4 004 25of Fair to good butchers 3 503 90 Common to medium btcbr 2 750350 lulls the pieChoiceors 200 to 300 lbs 5f30 PFair to good pack njr JCO to 200ibs 52rpel to extra light 120 to 160 Ibs lit r 20D suxxr AND IAKBS jflt Good to extra shipping till Sheep 3OOfrf3 50 do r U good 2 50ij 00 th Xminun to medium Z 0089 tj0 Mtt Young Women The entry into yraMoheotf k a critical time or a start strual disorders iUitoa at fist tbu soon grow into fatal coottKarifccM Tfcat female troubles are fifltac tJaaysrda- prova this Wiac datablislim a paigkss sal attaala tr flow When once thk func tion is started right a bllrJdty life will usuaUyfollaw Musy rcsnervTOHag old owe their IivI to Wine of CarduL There is aotltBl like it to give women freedom from and to for every duty of S103bbotttks at druggixta Delta Strayer Tally n have suffered untold pals at menstrual periods for a long tot was had no appetite and tat Interest to everything in fact was miserable have taken four bottles of Wise of Cardnl with Thidfordi Black Draught when needed and today am entirely cured cannot expnss the thanks feel for what yM have done for me For adTlc cues rMntrhtpeetal tlontaddreiirlTlDeijnptomt the Ladlei Department Th CbBttuooca CompaarCIiaUaneogKTiKm ExSenator Wm E Chandler of New Hampshire has been tak en cure of He is to be Chairman of the Spanish Claims Commie eiou There is no disguising the fact thnt the political complexion of the next Kentucky Senate is in doubt though the chances favor the Democrats Of tho 19 hold over Senators only seven are re liably Democratic Harrel elected as a Democrat having votedwith the Republicans at the last session Nineteen new Senators are to bead elected and to make sure of con trolling the Senate the Democrats must elect 13 of them There are six doubtful districts The Dem crats must win one to tie the Republicans and two to have a majority On the other hand the Republicans must win five of them tie and all to have a majority great deal depends on the result as the side that has the majority will fleet a President who will be pxofIcio the Lieutenant Oover nor there being no regular Lieu tmuint Governor since the death if Gov 6iKbel The 110mmatiolJt1 si fur made by the Democrats have phown wisdom and if the lau to snlect only the best men fl1itwd the apparently nncer taiti situation will be relieved of VHry tlenif nt of doubtInterior Journal Manna and his Caste It is a nlief to be assured by Mark Ilaima that the talk of President Mc llutY alUbitlm to be nominated and elected to a third term is stuff and ninMnsearid that there is absolute fdUddaiiuii in tact for the story re lItly sent out from Washington The tnutiK isyOiu know that if Mr Iciinlc rl ally cburishcd such an am bition and specially if be were encour by Hanna the latter would see to that the money and influence of the trusts would again prevail over the peojili at the polls The Plerpont Morgan 11000000 Steel Trust the railway combine on the community u nersbip basis all the monopolies in fuel would do Ifcannas will in such in event Why not Has be not delivered the American Government lttheirhands But now that Hanna disclaims any intention of forcing McKinley on the for a thlrd time we must wait patience until the treat Syndicate Boss sees tit to announce his choice as McKinleys successor in the While House You way be very sure It will same man equally pliable similarly to accept the orders of the trusts as manifest destiny fully as indifferent to the welfare of the comp people And it is just certain t the millions of the combines will at Bannas disposal for the election tbls man To tick complexion have we come at- JastJn what wag auto agovernment people by the people fur the peo A privilege caste lain control It istne raoneyrcaste the most unworthy letsPprevailed to overcome the will of the It bilieves that it cn0 cun tines to thus prevail purinjr the four yours of McKInleyism ynrth willbe left undope to strengthen ptt er of this moneycaste What the American people propose in Ir own defenBe =St Louis CP bf PATTERSON HOTEL JAMEST03tsLN KY nUCKNKR President BUCKNBR President No etter place eR be found than at At above named hotel It is furnished and tin ta ble at all times sup plied with the beet the market affor4i aFeed Stable in PATT1MOK Proprietor IRIEGER MIIthRR WHOLESALE 3TAXUFACTURERS OF SflDDliES fatness o ando Strap Work 7 172 Fourth Avenue Represented b j JO HILL LiOUlSVlIiliE Y 11 Vice JMBUCKNERJ Secj and Trees Buckner Tobacco Warehouse b9 INCORPORATED 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND MARKETAND 216220 TENTH ST LOUIS ZILLE KV SPECIAL ATTENTION Qi mN PRI ATE SALG9 Foal Jloxrns FISEE STORAGE Independent House Mark your Hhds BUCKNER HOUSE COKCOR I D ESY PROPRIETORS OF THE =Lebanon WorkzjLEBANON J Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of AND MARBLE t JRAfflTE f newelgatljf son aectionJ is ML lIaC 9 mtl PRICES LOw VVORK Special attention given to cemetery work before We are prepared to all kinds of GUARANTEEDIfronts etc WM P JEFFRIES Lo To get a really good cup of coffee youll haveto start back of the actual making youll have to look to the grindingIna coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you berryIbecause all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to putout imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer poundlessBut dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can g- etArbucklei RoastedCoffee r for it is actually less expen sive than the cheap kind beingbetter fying Yon will Sad a list of taecl antiades in each package of Aibacld oftheseyou buy the coffee The one you yoonNotion Deputmentacertain xmafcr of cut from the nnyjiat ARBUCKLE MQC Notlo Dept New York CHyNY a v