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I 1I i 1 TIlE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS VOLUME 4 UOLUMBIA AjJAIJR COUNTY KENTUCKY WhDNESliAI March 27 1901 NUMBER 20 POSTUJFFIOE DIRECTOR J Russell Postmaster Office hours week days 700 a m to 933 pm COURT DIRECTORY CocTThree sessions a yearTbiru third Monday In May and I Monday In January thud Monday In September Circuit Judge W W Jones Commonwealth s AttornyN Aaron sheriff J W Burt Clerk Jno Coffey CcORTFirst Monday in each month Judge J Butler County AttornuyJIIoS Gr rnett Jr Olerk T B Stults oilerS n Mitche- lltsaessor1 Bradshaw Surveyor R T McCaffree School SuptW Jones Coroner Leonard Fletcher i OOOBTaegnlarcourt second Monday in ach month idgeJ W Atkins orneyGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESHYTER1AN Rev T F astor Services second and fourth Sunday n each month Sunday choolat9a m Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST Rev W P Gordon pastor Services fiat Sunday in each month Sundayschuul every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST Rev W Barnett stor Services third Sunday each month andayschol every Sabbath at a m Prayer nee ting Tuesday CHRISTIAN PIKE Elder L Williams Pastor Services First Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at ain Prayer meeting Wednesday night tiLODGESMASONIC No F and AlIIRepu- atF meeting in their ball over bank on Frl N day night on or before the full moon In each month KEUP WM y BSTBITS Secj B A M No7 meets r first Monday night in each month- J E H P W W Secretary B UX1TESS GA33SS FURSCANn 0NtlYVl EBBLEMAK VILLEtY Also Dealer In FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRANDS Remember the place 408 West Market fjancfa HoteL BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0BSFThe above Hotel has heen re tted repainted and is now ready for till vomfortable accommodation litrh Table supplied with the letHII markei uilWds Rate nHN ijiil sd simple room FW tttJe 1JOMMERIAL t HTIIL JAMESTOWNtKY VOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors Openlkinn thr culm r depirttnin e thai the lible t tuppli d to a tlm a a teit the na tel finrt Ti 1r ar ott ad vert n it m1 nom n1 the bus dr intt hnie 4onCra r f rt to1i In the te TermS err i LfiMnn Steam Laundry IEBAN0N KY nan r flTHOROUGrrr4Fegntpp hxllr rt1i illn as hid vrk iican b nrn d out smi p ih CUntr Iaitonizi h toe ij tiution WorkfOr Adair Russell Tuplor and Green solicits W JOHNSTON GO rf REED MILLER Agents KentuckyiHeadache and dirt L ured by Morleys I4tiif r i Billow People They giver work off tub COH9iipation Ono a c JAHESTOWN La grippe is quite an epidemic here E 0 Stoue of Mouticello visited his parents last week V E Falkfinburg of Burnside made u flying trip hume Thursday MFHJ W Warren who has heel quite sick is bettor Mr S Dunbar of Danville visited his father at this place lust week who is very ill Mrs Geo Hogg nee Willie Warren of Odessa Texas is vis iting her parents Mr and Mrs J W Warren Miss Mary Hnys of Somerst is visiting her auutMrs W S Stone Mr W A Eastham of this place has left for MoKinney Tex Mrs S A Simpson of KImble- iq visiting relatives in town this Rosa Huys who has been confined to her room for the past mouth is worse at this writing Miss Lola Phelps of Esto was visiting her aunt Mrs John Phelps lust week Miss Ella Payne of Denmark was in town last week Joe Barnes who has been quite sick with pneumonia is thought to he better Mrs Sallie Patterson is very sick with la grippe Little Charlie sou of Mr and Mrs J H Stone is dead He was a bright little boy a victim whoopingcough and pueuuio iaIKENDALL La grippe is raging in this vi ciuityThose who own logs at thisj place are glad to see the tideCMrs George Hammonds andI son are still on the puny list Mr and Mrs Ben Wooldridge were called to the bedside of the latters father Mr Hudson Blauk enship this week He is very low with la grippe and being very old his recovery is doubtful Miss Nannie Rowe who has been very sick is improving Mr James McClure has gone to attend the bedside of his mother Mrs Ruthu McClure of Liberty She ivry sick L McDotnild Albany was in lilt midst this eekIMr LMiny Grid r of Rock riiie Bottini was visiting ralaI tives nt this place last Sunday W H Hudson Columbia pass il through here last week lookI up aft T hugs and cattleP- EILYTON Charley Pare of Casey county was here SuturdayIMr B F Bohwrts und wife have quite wick fur a week with 111i rllleN JKJIJB hun hta mare of- Rnhtrts Of Duunville for x45 Bert Richuf near Dnunville died of pneumonia last SatUldnyI 01 ver and Jim Pelly were visit iu 4 Clnirley aud Finis Allen of Eiuiice Sunday Calvin Maupin and daughter were visiting in Taylor county lust ark Joseph Dues was visiting his wither at Eubank Pulaski QOUII lHt week Mr JOH Blockford and Miss Faniiie Pelley were married ll1RtI Fridnv morning at 2 oclock at he residence of Mr W H Lem on The groom is an industrious farmer and the bride is the oldest Umrhterof Mr and Mrs J CI jvify May joy and peace at tini their WilY this tn qua tlty best In Quality Mnrl Sarsaparilla and Iron is a uitifc u blood purifier and a blood mak er It does not take stop with merely hti crrtaiu diseases like scrofula tlt accesses etc but cleanses and iiiiidi tip The whole system All who t rriiu isiry there Is more cure iu Irtiturief Sirrvipanlla aud Iron tiiNix ot any other kind Sold te iit in every lawn FROM TEXAS LAMABCO TEX Mar 171901- EdituruitheNews Thinking perhaps a few notes from Texas would be of some in terest to the News readers Iof fer the following Last year was the must prosperous one ever experienced by the oldest settlers Many renters re ulizeu enough from their crops to purchase them small farms hence many of the renters of former days are now landowners Business of every description from the tamala staud to the wholesale establishments are do ing a thrivingbusin sfl The banks of Faunin county have on deposit subject to check three million dollars which be long principally to the farmers of this county The advanced pricps of farm products have given renewed aspi rations to many who were loath to remain on the farm Wages have advanced about fif ty per cent and laborers are few Several families from Adair aud adjoining counties have come to this county within the last few months We hid a royal welcome to all who will come and abide with us We too are in favor of the Adair County Reunion next summer To return to the lard of our boyhood days and revisit the many scenes of youth to gather with many friends and associate of former days j to refresh ourselves once more in the mountain airaad quench our thirst from the sparkling rills as they gush forth from natures shrine j and to hold at Columbia anttold time expe rience meeting relating the many incidents ofour lives in various climes would afford much pleasure as the power of language is inadequate to express Very respectfully W F KEETON ESTO Candidates are as numerous as the leaves of the forest We are having some nice weather and the farmers are getting along fairly well with their work Messrs W A Helm and Ores Barger have just returned from Louisville where they purchased their spring supply of goods Mrs J H Burger is very sick this writing Married March 14 Miss Min Httlm to Mr Ores Holt Rev 11 Autle officiating School closed here March 15 andI normal will begin Apr 15 Mr Ed Richards who resides near here has recently had a chance for the smallpox and is now shut up In an unoccupied house under a hundred dollar bond awaiting further develop merits Married in New York Robert Burns Wilson the poet of the BlueGrass and Miss Anne the eldest daughter of Ex Attor ney General Heudrioks formerly f Kentucky were married under peculiar circumstances at the brides home in New York Mr Burns called on the young lady at her home and was enter tamed in a room adjoining iu which her sister was entertaining a youug minister While Miss Annes sister and the minister were talking they were startled by the appearance at the poor of the room in which they were of two excited individ uals who immediately announced that they had determined to mar ry at once and itwaR proposed that the young minister perform the ceremony then aud there The excited couple were Miss Au ne and Mr Wilson and as they were thoroughly in earnest it was concluded to have the ceremony performed at once The minister was ofan accommodating nature and a few min utes later Miss Auue Hendricks became Mrs Robert Burns Wilson The News now flits tberaostrooiplete Mrtment of Ktationnry Job materiel and cqtnpiDButK it has ever had We eau please youif you need any thing in our line l Story of Mosby the Raider R T EKHleton a Texas farmer who during thexjvil war served in Gener al Wade Hamptons cavalry raid garding the nquest of Baron Robt you Jliisiow to the survivors of those who f ught audit the command of Cnlnue Jolla S Mosby hIt is probable that from Colonel Iobys commencement in the Pied mont region of Vtrgiuia to his last battle in which in April 1865 he de feated Maj r Reno he tommHld d a hutnlred dilfertdt temporary Oidii za thins composed whiil or in part ol tuenidrawn from nil ttiuca vary brigades of Gen Lees army mn who served with Mosny on a singe raid anti were never with him havi g s cured a mount and returned to their respective regiments It was the practice ol Gen Stuart and other leaders of horse men to send their horseless of poorly mountd troopers to Mushy and tha wonderful partisan fighter would soon give the soldier an opportunity to cure for himself a good canary horse from the corrals of General Pleasanton General Sheridan pr some other Un ion commander One of C ilonel Mo bys battles was fought yconvali wnts frnm a Confederate hospital cated in the western portion of Irndon county Va Having twice reported to Mosby for duty with the und r standing that I would re urn 10 my own regiment aft ruettinga horse and having talked to that fain ms guerrilla utter the war I feel confident that he would be unable to designate his men at this late diy that is if a few days served with him entitles a nun to be called one of Mushy riders In his biography and war reminsceiises Colo ni1 Moibv mentions n imes of men who were with him in most of Irs diishis on the Federal lines Twice Mosby was surrounded and hh entre c m mand with one or two exceptiosslaio or captured d Mosby himself was twice captured during the waraild was many times wounded He did not fight under the black flag as has been stated but fought regularly as a soldier under General Robert E Lee with large discretion as to his m vmntMits In all of his op r atnoshe wore his gr y Omfdera e uniform with the iriigmi of his rank on the collar of the coat lie surrendered to General Hancock after hear ing of the surrender of General Lee and shortly afterwards took dinner with General Grant with wh m Mos by was a grat favorite Once when m rchinguna to nmtisrdt r In th vicinity f Wah nto Msa dr frt his vet pOK t it twri piukll f with Ahicli hcui off u lck ofhi lia which he hand d to a ladywho WL drying past to Jiutgv t i in her tn give it with til impiimen s of Jack Moshy ti President Lincoln The Pr sldent whose a s siainn Mosby gieity deporel enjoytd the jk heartily and put the nvmenio in a drawer ot his dek s yJ among oth er thins that he hoped some day he would gee the balance Ibs hair head hoiiders and all H wa a hi roic odier giviog no quarter trey inir prisoners with eourl e y and reqnir InghMiitn to observe althetapi rulsigmtd upin hetwernlie North and the Sl1th while hot nifs were in progress anti when the war was uteri u a prac ic l luau wr he nogofiji ted terms for iilmvf and hs vmmand and git the s me terms Gn Til Li gor at Appm ittnx QiurthoUse Acro dog to a Iue cenm bulletin Kntuikv has a Hand area of tOO square mils The three ItirgiKt ous- theItih Siite are Pike 760 square mills Crihtian 6J4 and Uurdin 610 Robertson is the VmalliSt with ninySx square miles Trlmbt mrs nest with 133 and Campbell follows with 145 JirlSlIil has 371 square miles Night Wits err Terror I would CUih arly ItllIihl lungwr tc Mr has JIIItaj of Alxaiidrla Indad could hardly Jet any Sleep I hid consumption so bad That if I walked a buck I would cou h frluhtfuiy and sp t blood but when all other medicines failed three tlOO bottles ot Dr Kings New Dis every wholly cured me and I trained 68 piunds Its ahsdntev guaran teed to cure Coughs C Id Lariiipe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles PrC50i and SIiK Tflil buMles frtoAtPul tug tr Thispiperandthe Courier Journal 8160 per year Why the Governor Mended the Road The new Governor of MissoujiI Mr Alexander Munroe DoCKery for many years a prominent figure in Congress Governor Dockery is a politician who frequently practiceswhat he preaches He preaches the doctrine of complete citizenship He believes that a mat should serve on a jury when called up- nllJ do so that he should PlY tax s fully and faithfully and that he should vote as regularly and frequently as th law allows fie then spoke of some of these Ideas of his constltutents in Gallatin Missouri whereupon the cit zen regarding his Congressman some what familiarly said Thats all right for you to talk in hat wayr Aleck but what if you were asked to work out your poll tax on the road as many men do out here I wont walt to be asked the com lug Governor exclaimed Ill do it sure enough it wasnt long un til Mr Doekery wlih sleeves rolled up was bUy in the clay in support of bis notions of good citizenship Your Town Paper- A newspaper in a town may expend all of its efforts its time its spice and- iuterestin the attempt to upbuild the town but unless its efforts are backed up by the businessmen of the t two us work may be counted as well as nigh useless When a stranger pick up your town paper he will glance for a moment over your news columns and then turn to tine advertising page If no finds its coumn bare he sets it down that there is eitiur nothing in your town or that its citizens do not appreciate the efforts of the paper and that they are just as liable to not ap predate his own efforts were he to lo sate there You never saw a town yet that amounted to a bill of beans with out the assistance of a newspaper Tbis being a fact we would also remind you that a newspaper cannot live with out the assistance of the town The sooner business men find out that in supporting their local paper they are also building up their own business the better for both the business man md the newspaper and the town In upportitsg vuur tea piper you are not nly assisting your town as a business center and yuur newspaper as a busi ues enterprise and a medium to the utSde world but your own business as well It is as much the duty of tin business man to support his town pa p r as it is for the town paper to sup p rt and expand the interests of his wn New Leader Twice Prov u From The Vindictar Rutherfardtou N C The editor of the Vindicator has had occasion to test the tlllcacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm twice with he most remarkable results in each case Firt with rheumatism in the houlder with which he suffered ex cruslatlng pale for ten days which was relieved with two applications of Pain Balm rubbing the parts afflicted anti realizing instant benefit and entire re in u short time Second in rheumatism in thigh joint almost prostrating him with severe pain which was lieved by two applications rubbing with the liniment on retiring at night and getting up free from pain For sale by M Cravens Thtv cttsident will leave for the Pa cific coast the LUjUir part of April or early in May Huts be gone five or ix weeks 4 w was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous letflity writes F1 Green of Lan caster N H No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all the medloines I ever uSldThey have ale so kept my wife in excellent health for many years She says Electric Bitters are jut splendid for female troubles tqat they are a grand tome and invigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place In our tamld Try them Only 5Oc Satisfaction guaranteed b- yTE Paull Andrew Carnegie made donation of 5000 000 for the endowment of a fund for superannuated and disabled cmployesof the Carnegie Compiny Fie also wrot a letter to the people of PI tsburl Thursday announcing his reiir innt fr m active huitncvi rind ghiiig hlsr isonsi ilnTifor Ho and his family have gone to Europe to spend several mouths W STEPHENSr DBALIB IN Dry Goods Notions BootsShoe I aso keep a large stock of CLOTHINGwhich can be bought at the very lowest prices eIhavea nice line of MILLINERY on hands ELKHOBH KENTUCKY 1G T nLACKLEY COunT IIIWOOIndependent Tobacco Warehouse BLACK Y HURST CO AUCTION SALES DAILY REURRNS PROMPTLY MADE 1119 to U25 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY Four Months Free Yen Hlid INDEPENDENT ROUSE RTJSsELkLk SpnIflGS tlOTE KIMBLE KY e Is now open for the traveling public the year round It is a large commodious hulli ing as the picture In dicates and isrun firstclass in every particular mod VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pre BRUNERCO WHOLES AtB PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Butter Poul try and Egg Also guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY YETINERY SURGEON ristulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care of stock S D OBENSHAW lmile from Columbia on Disappointment PARSON MOSS CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line in first class order We have been in the business for 25 years and know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLX Ex ra shipping M 555 75 Lightshipping 4 254 60 Bestbut hers 4 004 25 Fair to good butchers 3 503 90 Common to medium btchr 2 753 50 noes Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 Ibs 575 Fair to good packlng160 to 2OOlbsI f 575 Good to extra light 120 to 160 ibskw8HBIJP AND ULflflfe Good to extra tlafppit Sheepv 3 50 Fair to rC1diJ i Vr 2 Ctil OmjnOTtgm uterr iVflS ro l fi S Newly Fnrnlstuu American Plan f10 Per Day i i SHic s er s 3Cotef MEALS 25c 523 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER flgr IMore Hotel W M WILMORE Prow Oradyville Kentucky ITHERE is no better place to atop than at the abovud named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclan table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached GORDON MONTGOMERY 4U9fGs df tLaTl COLUMBIA KY Will practice In Adalr and adjoining counties Collections a specialty UOffice up stairs over Paulls drugstore r DR M 0 SALLEE + DEZgTIST4i Careful attention given to m chanical and dental surgeryt CoffeyHunter COLUMBIA KY FRANK hI BALLENGER it WIT- IIROMASGIFNOrtOH B 60 WHOESAE Dm Goods Notions Etc t LOUISVILLE KY f Columbia 4 UD Gampbellsville Stage Line 0GOOD STOCK COMFORTABLE STAGE SAFE DRIVER o Courteous Attention to PaCln8n Leaves Columbia a m and ttaJS cpn ec ton with Louisville train Leavts Cs Jj eUs VJlle aw f juatafer arrival tff Ibavqh filth litaiGKOROE IC11rr ht 1- f r THE AM cram NEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair Bounty News 60 i d INCORPORATED CSA9 8 HARRIS Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the Inter vests of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties =Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second class mail matter SVBSCRIPI N RAT S 100ONE ynAR SIX IONTIIS5OCSTRICTLY IN ADVANCnI WEDNESDAY MARCH 2- ANNOUNCEMENTS j FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce P T COOLEY a candidate for the office County Court Clerk of Adair County subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES ABRELLa candidate for Jailer of Adair coon ty subject to the action of the Democra tlcpar ty Over twenty thousand cases of leprosy hove been discoverer it Philippine Islands Japan threatens to make it interesting for Russia if she is not careful about meddling with little Korea A prisoner in the Dallas Texas jail claims that he stole Eddy Gudahy The boys father discredits the story L An enterprise that will greatly aid Louisville is the electric road to Anchorage and Pewee Valley The line will be completed in June During the absence of her hus band Mrs Lizzie Naramore of Cold Brook Mass killed her six chidren last Thursday and then at tempted to kill herself The plan of having Rear Ad miral Sampsons profile on the medals that are to be prepared by the Navy Department in accord ante with an act of Congress for presentation to the men who par ticipated the battle of Santiago has it is thought been head cd off The storm raised by the announcement of the plan frightened its authors The deadlock of the powers in Iekiu ou the question of the amount of indemnity that shall be demanded of China is causing the administration to realize that it has been placing too much con iideuco in Li Hung Chang that crookedest of all Chinaman Commissioner Rockhill has asked for new instructions and the administration is in a quaudray as to Afhat to say to bimfIs The Louisville Dispatch is no more Last week it ceased publi cation and an order will be made in tho near future to sell all the machinery it was brought into existence at a time and under circumstances a that warranted the opinion that it would flourish and become a goworful journal a true aftvocute of Democratic princi pIes but from the very start its management mistook its real pur pose and mission and turned its energies loose on the CourierJour nal instead of the common enemy in later on it left its party and used all its powers to bring about dis Heutiouaud Republican victory It died in share poverty and inv famy the logical result of treachery Wo have no tears to shedl 11GREENSBURG J S Patton who died of pneu monia was buried Thursday on to Lduey StrnderplucerlWill Montgomery colored has been convicted of house breaking and his punishment fixed at three years in the penitentiary This is Montgomerys secondconvIction He was pardoned by Gov Bradleyn the first time he wns convicted Thomas Calhoun was omidtJ guilty of trio murder of Tildeu IT Marrs and sentenced to iiftemi years in thepenitutiaey s61eot1edinthe terestedwhieh resulted m an t1 atI4temipti6n tmypRrOf the parties fight After order was restored the Judge fined all concerned for contempt of court and also ies ed an order to have all parties searched for pistols as they entered the courthouse Jordon Groves of color has been indicted hero for stealing a n horse of J W Patton of Hart county He will be given a trial this court Miss Ella Sweeney daughter Commonwealths Attorney W H Sweeney is visiting Mrs J Howell CREELSBORO Every body seems to be busy Mr W B Self left for Celina last Thursday Mrs Amanda Denney was in town last Thursday- Dr T C Grider has bad a back set of lagrippe Mrs Malinda Clayton spent last week atDrTCGriders John Campbell Jr is running Mrs C Snows farm in Rock House Bottom this year A nice bunch of cattle for up the country passed through this place la Friday Mrs W II Hammonds Desda die last Friday morning after a prolonged Oaks bought Grant sons logs last week NH W Aaron stopped over at th place Friday night on his return from attending court in Cumberland couu ty One of the twin children of Mr an 1Dlrs W M Back died last Thursday and was burled on Friday Mr John B Yigle has been at home with a bad case of lagrippe is now able to be back to his workon the Steamer Raymon Private Wort Ross returned to Fort Thomas last Friday Mr Ross has been at home on a short furlough vis- ting his mother who has been danger ously ill but is now better The elopement of Miss Fannie Maud Smith and Mr Duff Ross to Tennessee created quite a sensation throughout this neighborhood The young people were not only of age but were first cousins MILLTOWN Mr Tildoh Calhoon sold two calves to Decring Bridgewater for 935 Mr Al Thomas will leave for Oklahoma in a few days Miss Emma Thomas is visiting tbe family of R T McCaffree Miss Lou McCaffree who has peen visiting relatives in this vicinity has returned home Last Thursday night a singing was given at the residence of Mrs Eliza Thomas All present seemed to enjoy the occasion Mr and Mrs Calhoon have been confined for several weeks with lagrippe Both are improving Messrs Alvin and Ray Thomas and sister Miss Vara entertained quite a number of their young friends las Monday night Music was rendered by Mr Clarence Calhoun violin andI Miss Mont Thomas organ Those present were Misses Mont and Emma Thomas Mattie Mary and Katie Squires Mollie and Annie Johnston Lula andBif Thomas Lou McCaffree Battle Rudd and Annie Calhoon Messrs Cabell Penlck Henry and Dick Squires Wort Joe and Cleveland Thomas Joe E Johnston Clarence Tilden and John Calhoun Bob Bum garner and Jim Thomas GRESHAM The farmers in this section are fur ther advanced in their work at this date of the season than they have been a number of years Wheat has come our considerably and mQst at It looking very promising There has been some gardening done in this town already Durham Miller Campbellsville passed through this place Friday with 150 lings and on Saturday Smith C Net Gradyville passed through with number of cattle The mill at this place Is now readd for grinding The saw rig is not completed yet Miss Jessie Buchanan who has beena visiting in Greensburg for the past three weeks returned home Monday Mr Charlie Lowe and his new bride have moved to this place for housekeeping We are glad to have them our midst An infant child of Mr Chalmas Wilson is very sick with measles and whooping cough combined Sammie son of S B Hudson of this gHenrywith consumptionnMrs Tom Young who has been vis her mother Mrs Lizzie Moore the past six months will leave in a few days with her three little children join her husband in Texas Rev Walton of Columbia filled bis ular appointment at Eberneezer last Sunday week Mrs Bratton and daughter Missp Mcalia visited Mrs Laura Lowe last Wednesdaya tnlostMorleys Sarsaparilla and Iron is a ablood purifier and a blood mak It difs not take stop with merely curing o rtiiiu diseases like scrofula Htiu abcisses etc but cleanses and build up the whole system All who gbuttl9than in six of any other kind Sold by agent In bT ry1ferilrB fi AbbITIO lAIt ItOCAItS uW B Cave will preach at Cain town Sunday I have a good lot of buggies wagon- Corn drills Cultivators Harrows fer tilizers TIM BKADSHATV The News now nas the most complete assortment of stationary job material and equipments it has ever had can please you if you need any thing ofour line When you visit Louisville stop FirstrclMfare corner of 7th and Market Streets ly Mrs Sallie and Miss Effie Bradshaw have returned from the city They have an elegant line of new and attractive millinery They can please you in quality style andjprice W T Hawkins Deputy Collector and posse destroyed three distilleries in Green county last Monday npht Two of the houses were quite larger ul there were evidence of recent ope l tlon Albert Allen who lived in the ens stern portion of this county and whoof severaldwith him has been heard from He is in Clay County Tennessee and is living with Miss Magaha as his wife preacheifore leaving this county paidit is a receipt to ones who pay an furthermore it furnishes our advertis ers with the class of people who are supporting the paper It may to like occupying space for a little purpose but many people like it and we know it has been a great advantage us In todays paper about lifty 3names appear It is now time for the stockmen t advertise their stock In our judg ment the newspaper that reaches th people is the very best medium Bills do but little towards advertising they are rarely ever seen but a miles from home their purpose in the main is to set forth terms The News read by 5000 people every week is ready to tell the story If you have good stock wortby and desirable ad vertise in this paper The pool table which was recentl purchased by the Billiard Club of this place reached Columbia last Frida afternoon and is now in operation I s a splendid table handsomely finish ed and will afford a great deal of amusement The club comprises sigh t or ten of our best citizens who wit see that the rules governing it are strictly carried out The only differ nice between the game and marbles is pool is more scientific The following are the officers of the organizedder SF White Past Commander W S Barker Lieut Commander Jo Coffey Jr Sergeant William F Jcf fries Record Keeper W T Salmon Chaplain H F Fulks Masteratarms M C Winfrey 1st Master Guards Walker Bryant 2nd Master Guards J P Todd Sentinel J W Johnston Pickett 0M Russell Physician Tbe place Of meeting is Isenberg HallI Rev J T McCormack of Upton Hard in county who is wellknown here has had a stroke of apoplexy andI has been unable to do his work for some time Tbe above information is gathered from the Central Methodist A number of years ago Mr McCormac- was pastor of the Methodist Church Columbia and durtng his stay here h married Miss Maggie Murrell sister of Simeon and Alfred Murrell who live near town The Young Mens Improvement Club of col gave an entertainment at the residence of P II lack man last Frl night which was uptodate in every particular Tobacco smoke and whisky wore absent and the language conduct of all who participated commendable Such a meeting of tbe colored folks tends tQ improve and its in keeping with the profession and life of P H Jackman whose standing and credit is good and whose conduct given him the respect of the white people of this town EDMONTON T H Prevlett our uptodate drug has sold his entire stock of drugs Bragg McConlas We regret very for Tom to quit the business Mr G L Shine merchant Cleveland reports business flourishing Miss Ella Watson who has been teaching music at Watson bas return sses Thompson of California are visiting relatives bereIRev Vanhoy filled his regular ap ointment here Sunday The quarterly meeting commenced Winfreys Chapel on tbe 23rd Wheat looks very bad in thin part of country Mrs J C Breeding has been very very sick but at present is improving Mr PW Barren who has been very low with lagrlppe is Improving The Republicans made their nominations for the various county offices by primary March io The ticket is as follows Judge Extiung Sheriff or Morris JailerW ti England McD Bybee Assessor Dud Supt J E Hestandi The a Jigbt in the Jailor AHfeesBor and Clerks 4ttetetl m J GRAD ILLE Miss Ora daughter of N H Moss entered college here last week Keltner Rodgers made three re ular trips here last week for produce ISMIsIt Ada Wilmore spent a few days Columbia last week No preaching in town last Sunday- C S Bell spent last week in Met carte county looking for hogs Smith Si Nell bought at Edmonton last week from Mr Pedigo o head of Incattle for 209 80 C Yates was at Sulphur We last week Mrs Cora Rowe and her moths Huoteass r Miss Salle Diddle spent last Satur familyS of Dr L C Nell has recently complet ed a dwelling which will be occupied by his mother A Hunn of Columbia and Dl Tandy of Bliss were on our scree last week looking for fine horses Miss Lula Allen accompanied SundayInSmith Nell got returns for a car load of cattle shipped to Louisville lastwp1 which brought very sari factory prices Give prices when re ports g stock salesEdj- t Will e Bradsbaw bought last wee Jas O Sexton a 2yearold heifer 913 areIathe sun continues to shine as it d d last Sunday they will be for planting at once Uncle Creel Yates one of our old est citizens was visiting his sister East Fork last Sunday Miss Bessie Walker one of the stu spentSaturdayNell dTinkWilson of Edmonton was with us one day last week He informed us that the Democrats of his county- k had a winning ticket Cant we take patcro and make the same kind of lection W W Bingham of Russ 0Creek country was with us lastSatur day informed us that the ver patients in his practice had about all recovered- o Born to the wife of W L Sharp the 17th a sona Beckham Democrats DECATUR sW H Wade was In Louisville last IVwcek buying goods for S B Wade Co The farmers in this vicinity have been moving about in a lively way for the last few days cuuntylooksand make good wheat yet goinYg Wonder what he means watFencingCompanyare Margaret Smith 1George Luttrell who has been in ill health for several months died at his home near here on Tuesday the 19th On Monday night it was seen that the end was not far away and on Tuesda morning at 11 oclock be peacefully passed away He was attacked with grip a few days ago and developed mandsympa thies to the bereaved ones SPARKSVILLE- Rev Jesse preached an interesting sermon at Antioch last Sunday Prof Tom Yates conducted singing at Chestnut Grove church Sunday Roberts visited hisbroth ere Mr Geo Roberts at Red Banks Cumberland county Sunday and Mon dayThe singing at Mr Pages Saturday night was largely attended and all re port a nice time Mr E T Rowe sold his poplar tim on the yard to Mr J A Diddle Mr Rowe is still buying poplar logs Mr E P Fletcher of Cumberland county was visiting here last week been making home there fors kseveral months JackeBreedingSunday Master Buford Roberts has been on he sick list Mr H A Moss spent several nights of last week at Mr J H Wilsons Miss Mattle Morrison visited her grandfather Mr Oliver Morrison near Bliss several days or last week Profs Yates and Hill sang at Mt Pleasant church Sunday night JEWEL PEACOCK Regislry 1232 This certifies that L H Cabell of Camp Knox Ky has registered in the egister of the National Saddle Horse Association of Louisville Ky the bay stallion Jewel Peacock foaled May 13 1897 Marks four white feet byPeacockJewella C 1304 by Jewell Denmark 70 second dam Dew Drop by Artist 75 dam by Cabells Lexington FS I B HALL Sec Sold and transferred this 21st day of Dcember180 to D B Dowell East Fork Ky L H CADELL Jewel Peacock will stand at my rfables21 miles east Easti fork anti Will serve mares foronSlOrjOi I will also stand my two five t Tomp00DB DOWEL or1f KIu Lbw RATES g CHLIFORNIH VIA Bio Four 11On April 2nd 9tb16th 23rd and 30t 1001 special one way Colonist Tlc ets to many California points will be on sale at very low rates from points along the Big Four Route For full information and particul- at to schedules rates tickets call agentsIIllIg Four Route or address the undersigned W J LYNCH W P DEPPE ckGen P Tkt Agt Assistant CINCINNATI O AgayJ W Willa f Blacksmiths + ANDkoo orlkerColumbia Ky I amprepared to d o all kinds woik in my line and if you need repairing done on your Wagons Buggi or Farm Implements remember m I keep for sale wagon and buggy attires rims spokes and all kinds of bolts My prices are right and sari faction guaranteed Give me a call Farmerse 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 eve Write to me at Columbia forestimate or call and se me at the Marcum H tel Yours truly N WOOD Chas Rosenfield Bro GENFEAi COMMISSION MERCHANTS 125 West Jefferson Louisville Ku Shipments of Eggs Butter and Poultry solicited REFERENCES Ger man Insurance Bank Bradstreet Agency Adams Express C- oRiohardsollJD Co COMMISSION h1ERGHflNTSv 138 East Jefferson Louisville Poultry Game Eggs ami Butter Solicited Reference German Insurance Bank THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE DEALERSJN Exclusive Hig1h t 19ocrj Boots ancl Shoes M Designsk Shoesg316 Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE IY PUIDDS Hose Belting PACKING BOILER TUnES Well Casing Iron Pipes General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factory Supplies Call on or address THE AHRENS OTT MFG CO Drs LouisvllloKcntuckyGOldSteill Optic Specialists of544 Fourth Jive Louisville Ku Consultation and ex mination FREE LTheo gentlemen are professionals of long experience being sons the late Goldstein who wan kriOn a ai optician throaghqtat The finest GJIWeii tte frftahl notice Drs eoitetidn Emptous fib nu PtSNro t E W HOPEWELL ALBIN MURRAY HOPEWELL MURRAY COlttJ1VI13IA I Et1TUCI Y tkrry Feed and Sale Stable WITH HARCUH HOTPL FirstClass Rigs With Safe Drivers Furnished Day or Night Drum SpecialtyonHARRY BPYN E WILL S BRENTLINGER HARRY B PYNB CO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN SecondHand and New rIachineryOE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main oWritefor Catalogue KentuckyeELHUGHES COMPANY DEALERS IN uutnbett Sash 1Dootsaand Blinds HOUSE PATTERNS A SPECIALTY I2 Remember the locality Main Street next to to The Gait House LOUISVILLE KY BUY THE EWPIE COafti 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 Seedsand Fertilizers All of which we propose to sell as low as the lowest Write or come and see us when in town W F JEFFRIES SON Gohinibia Kentucky ESTABLISHED If You Need a If 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 SATISFACTION We also carry a full line of Watches and Jew elry of every description Send for catalogue or cjl whn in city Engraving FREE IRION GIRAKDET CO 4QJ W Market Louisville Kentucky torn Drill Come and See THE EXCELSIOR JlfJ JI1 The cheapest ever sold in the country It works to perfection I also have a l lilUF1arAGSSevery thing in the leather line The FISHER BUGGY warranted for 12 months and sold on the closest margin Call and see me- tJ W JACKMAN Columbia Kentucky NEW LnlERV STABLE Gotfd Bigs Goo Stock aud Careful yrmrb Courteous attention given itftlll Patties desiring rigs or saddle stock y iris Ihvitka1 to till LOCATION rear the Hancock Hotel GIVe mfeUdaW = H Fr FULKS Prop t NEW SPRING STOCK iiJOUR SPRING OPEN FOR INSPECTION AND WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO CALL and see We have more money goods Spring than any former since have We have learned that cant sell goods unless them and lias largely increasing for eral years we have determined to show a record stock this season a stock out of which can please all kinds andconditions from the best the cheapest articles OUR STOCK LADIES DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS r = = is immense and complete and we are showing all the latest weaves and textures both in Woolens and wash facbrics MRS MURRELL has charge of this department has given much study and thought to the selection of this stock We have all the new style trimming to match everything In Ladies and Furnishings we have new on the market Our stock of Ladies Fine Kid and Pat ent Leather Shoes will make a favorable show with any city store These goods we only buy from the best manufacturers in the country thereby saving our customers the middle mans profit and you the best style and service in shoes that can be In mens shoes we have them from Thos Emerson Sons Helmers Bettman Co and other reliable from the best to the cheapest have a large stock of CLOTHING MND HMTSMens Youths and Boys Clothing Odd Pants Coats and Vestsnew andYst lsolidOur stock in this department is too large and we are anxious to quote you prices to reduce it HATSIn our I at De partment can be found all styles and qualities that will please all from the to the fastidious Cigarette Dude both in fur goods and straws GENTS FURNISHINGSIn this we know we excel our competitors in this or town near us You never saw a better of Shirts Neckwear Collars and Cuffs Hosiery Underwear etc than we can show you FURNITURE CARPETS ETC have added this season Parlor suits in 3 and 5 piece sets with fine silk Brocatel and silk Damask couches and folding lounges covered wiah Persian velour French tapestry etc Folding JapaneseMattingthing sold in a firstclass department store Glad to show you goods at anytime pRussell MurrellPERSONAL MENTION Mr E G Atkins is in Louisville this weeh MrAfRBarbees condition is very critical Mr John B Coffey was in Campbells vine Monday Mr L C Hurt was in Louisville on day last week Mr Zack Campbell of Pellyton was in Columbia Monday Luther Phelps Jamestown washer- I the first of the week Mrs J A Parsons has been on the sick list for several days sicIk Mr J P SaUce of Whitewood was in Columbia last Monday Dr R Y Hindman returned fro the Medical University Louisville last Saturday night Mr W L Walker and wife Nell IM were visiting in Columbia several days of last week presentisSunday at home George Montgomery a young son of if Mr J F Montgomery has bren sick for several days Mrs Tim Bradshaw and her daughter Miss Effleliave returned from the Louisville market Mr D J Schooling and wife wh have been in Casey County several Monday Burks1I1eday enroute home from Campbells villa Mr Jo Coffey Jr and Miss Pauline Cabell Mr G P Smith and Miss Carr e Hatcher visited Miss Lyda Simp son Breeding last Sunday countyinsery Company Mr Martin canvassed a good part of Adair last year Mr T K Powell who has been delicate health for several months confined to his room at the home o his mother in this place Miss Estelle Cartwright of Junction City and Miss Lyda Simpson of Breeding were visiting the family of Dr W R Grissom last week Mrs A A Strange who has been spending a few months with her husband in Washington City will return this week She stopped over in Louis vine to purchase the Spring styles in millineryMr W Murrah and family left left Monday for Gainsville Ark 1Fwhere they will their home for a i short while at least Mr Murrah f seeking health as well as Tb good will of The accompanies 1 Him y 9 STOCK IS YOUR it invested in this in season we been in the business we wehave as our business been seer breaker we to OF who Notions everything department furnishing procured manufacturers We low department any line We upholstered quite make wealth News LOCAL JOTTINGS n Next Monday will be county court Circuit Court will begin at Liberty next Monday See the corn drills at W F Jeffries 2teBorn to the wife of Bant Conover the 22d inst a son puttingeHogs brought 6 05 in the Louisville market last Thursday Charley Collins has been appointed postmaster at Crocus Adair county Coffey Bros bought a fancy three TaylormIf you want a good buggy harness saddle or bridle call on us WM F JEFFRIES SON Eld Z T Williams and W G Montgomery commenced a series of meetings at Egypt church last Monday night The M S F High School has an en rollment of one hundred pupils eigh ty in regular attendance Mr E W Hopewell bought from C S Harris a colt by Kentucky Squirrel 50lBuy the Homestead Fertilizer if yon want the best Only 150 per 100 Ibs Wai F JEFFRIES SON The citizens of Columbia are putting in their garden truck this week All other classes of work suspended The Gadberry postoffice Adair County was reestablished a few weeks ago Harmon White is the postmaster See our Corn Drills and Cultivators before you buy We are as low as the Soxnkindts cards posters or folders at the lowest prices W J Jones of Pellyton has a farm leTherenecessary outbuildings Before ordering examine my sam pIes for tailor made suits cheapest in strvleSuitsHT Bu I u The whereabouts of Geo Mtht m esettpee n thatihideep Uncle Solomon Turpen will preach at 3 oclock in the afternoon the first Sunday in April at the residence of Mrs Chas CaliisonaNOTICE All persons having books belonging to the circulating Library will please return them by Friday of this week Soar F WHITE Several farmers have informed us recently that the wheat has come out wonderfully in the last month and that there will bea fair crop The candy making at the home of Mrs Sarah Flowers last Friday even ing was largely attended and every body had a pulling time Fertilizers in good barrels at 100 per 100 lbs We will make it to the farmers interest to see us before buy ing their fertilizers WM F JEFFRIES S SON Mr W E Bradshaw is having a large barn built on his fathers prem ises He calculates to handle a nnm ber of fancy horses during the Spring and Summer Coakley Sirams are the tombstone men at Campbellsville Ky If you need any thing in their line call and see them They do splendid work and guarantee satKfactlon 4t The business house of Mr L Y squareishis store and tin shop to it in a few days The Bank of Columbia has put in an- thero improved timelock sate It is the latest patent and cost one thous and dollars It can neither be destroyed by fire nor opened by burglars As we go to press the Taylor county primary to nominate Democratic candidates for county offices is in progress There seems to be more Interest in the races for County Judge and Jailer than a ny others Next Monday will be horse day In Columbia A large crowd is expected in town and its the custom of stock men to exhibit their stallions on that day Some good ones will be seen this year Mr John A Rexroat who was a very old citizen died at his late home near Irvins Store Russell county on the 20th of this month The wife of Mr L Popplewell whose home was near the same postoffice died on the 17th Adair county people had better stick to theirhome merchants rather than bite at all the fakier bargains that are offered When you trade with jour homo merchants if merchandised not show up right you can cajl on them to make things right but when ytm trade with a fakier he goes and jou are gone control yonr desire to be humbugged and atlck tw home en 18FifprMe9 For Embezelment Last Wednesday a man and woman the Marcum Hotel this city nd registered as J WJonesand wife They engaged a room and gave the proprietor to understand that they would be here several days The next morning the gentlemans talk indicated that ho was a postoffice inspector In fact he informed Mr Marcum that he wanted to go to Burdick in Taylor County stating that there were irreg ularities in the mails between Colum bia and Campbellsville He was to have taken the noon hack Friday for Burdick but a storm came up and he deterred the trip About 5 oclock that afternoon Mr Marcum was called to the telephone and asked if there was such a man giving Jones descrip tion stoppingat his hotel He answer ed in the affirmative and was told by Mr Heizer the town Marshal of Campbellsville to keep mum that h would be over at once for him The Ton Marshall reached her about twelve oclock that night and the arrest was made Further developements proved that the mans real name Is W I Foglc that his home is in Ocepla Clark Coun ty Iowa and that he had left tha country for selling mortgage property He was arrested in Campbellsville ten days ago upon the same charge but was released upon a writ of habeas corpus Mr Fogle claims that he will be leased upon reaching Iowa but his wife is so sanguine Furthermore Mr Fogles actions at the hotel here indicated that he was not feeling free and ealy Upon his aralval he asked Mt Marcum if a great many travel ing men did not stop with him and upon receiving an affirmative answer he stated that himself and wife desir ed to be quiet and asked to not b called to their meals until the company had retired from the table Money Found A man named White claiming to be from Russell County was at Nell Adair County last Sunday one week from yesterday He Informed Mr S R Walker that he had lost a sum of money close to his store But little attention was paid to his story buy on Thursday following Mr Walker was out in his field canvassing plantbed having several handswith him They found near where they were at work a considerable sum of money scattered loose upon thu ground It is now locked in Mr Walkers sate and the owner can have it by describing the same and paying for this nqtice Mr White was afoot and a perfect stranger in the neighborhood Mr W W Follis and Mrs J E Me Farland were married in Paducab Ky last Wednesday The contract ing parties are well knaWn here and are first cousins Mrs McFarland was visiting relatives in Illinois when the union was agreed upon They came to Kentucky for the ceremony the laws vt Illinois notlHDCtttrIIlt the Carriage tfarmlets Columbia Ky IWL Gradys fine stock will be ad vertised next week We are requested to state that billiard and pool table was theI for the use of Its owners When club wants company invitations will be extended When you take into consideration the competiion the merchants of Co lumbia have the large business they do is astonishing There are seventy three stores in Adair County sixty of them outside of Columbia The remains of Mr Geo Youngs son who died at Anchorage lat Fall will be brought to Adair County for re interment A brother of the ceased and Mr Porter Barger left for the remains yesterday We are informed that Frances Jack ofethis town has over 100 young chicken andeall this accomplished without an incu bator Miss Estelle Cartright of Junction City and Miss Lyda Simpson of Gjiumbitlast week On Thursday evening Miss Carrie Hatcher entertained a number of young people in honor of the fair young ladles Quite a number of young ladies and gentlemen assembled at the residence of Mr Solomon McKinley last Sunday and were entertained by Mr J W Hu tellings and his phonograph A sumptuous dinner was spread and the day very enjoyably spent Miss Sallie Patterson of Jamestown the parlors of Patterson Hotel this evening Quite a number of the little Misses of this place received Invitations and Katie Murrell and Nina Marcum will be in attendance The store of Lafe Sanders Taylor County was entered by theives last Saturday night and aquantity of goods taken Mr Sanders was here Sunday looking for blood hounds He thinks the robbers the In the neighborhood of the store Miss Bel tie Barbee entertained sev eral of her young friends a few nights ago There were music and games s and the evening very much enjoyed Miss Bettie is a popular young lady and every effort was made to make her frIends pass a pleasant and enjoyable evening The Columbia Stave Company have sold all staves they have on their various yards to the firm represented by Mr J W Ilutchings who has been wetkS1Thwill nave more staves for the market as scOn as the timber can be eat and btrcJrc During a high tide in Cumberland logsiNashville For several days the rafts men have been reaching Columbia en toIProf Ballard informed us that he had enrolled 100 students and that tha aver3 daily attend mci is over 80 The old school Is going a lively gift managementjP Business has not been particularly brisk in Columbia for several weeks for the reason that farmers are mak ing preparations for putting in their spring crops Our merchants are mak ing no complaint knowing that the farmer is the bone and sinew of the land Remember that the Connecticut Mutual is an annual dividend compa ny hence it you want life insurance you should take out a risk in the company that gives you the best returns for your money For information con otheracompanies call at The Adair County News officeIMr Frank Judd who lived in the suburbs of Columbia notified life wife and motherinlaw Mrs Vaughan that he had found a nice location in Illinois and they left for the point he designated last week Frank is a good worker and has a nice family and we hope that he will do well at his new home Cane Valley and Gradyville are run Wing neck and neck for the second place in point of size in Adair county Substantial buildings have recently been erected in both of these towns and the spirit of improvement is not abating Both plaCes are populated with excellent people who are determined to push their respective villa gee to the front A tewnlgbts ago Mr John B Wat son who is selling goods at Plum Point heard some one near his store He went out and observed a man acting vejy suspiciously Mr Watson started toward him and the man ran He was called to stop and failing Mr Watson shot at him The man hurriedly his wav to the rher jumped in an swam to the opposite bank Miss Maggie Robertson gave a candy pulling last Friday night to a number of her young friends and a gayer set of little Misses are seldom seen together The following were present Miss es Alice Walker LlnaRosenfield Cary Hughes Bettie Hancock Carrie ant Nasty Flowers Maggie Todd Katie Murrell Nina Marcum Fannie Minnie Hudson Vjrgle Hunn JonesI ne Robertson Misses Fannie nefct Mvrt Staples and Mrs Robt 6uthectttltyi tC u It is reported here that young Webb of Russell county who was afflicted with smallpox has about recovered and that there are no other cases in the county A report gained circula tion that Webb lived atKimble which was a mistake His home is six miles from tbatjlace and there has been no smallpox at Kimble at any time The people at that place are generally healthy and the businessmen are not complaining A few days ago we were asked how manyexMexican soldiers were yet liv inginAdair county We could mt name but three W C Turk John Eubank and William Cabbell There maybe others but we hardly think that there are The old veterans of 18467 are fast passing away and in a few more years the question will be how many are yet living in the State They will revolutionaryIone another one in McCracken etc and when you are through counting there will be only six or right The following is the paid list since our last issue W P Agee James N Murrell Geo Campbell N W Kin naird Geo R Holt A B Smith S A McMahan B F Thompson Coak ley Simes M Blakeman G A Johnston W J Bales R L Morris E B Lenchman P D Cantrell S J Heizcr W H Williams T L Vaughan H Bloyd R T Dowdy ETBlakeman P B Curry J J Russell JT Ray Robert Squires W R Myers E N Wilson W A Bibb W A Humpbress S H Montgomery A J tank J T Gooch B S Wilson IB Jimson D L Smith L F Wool dredge W D Rucker G W Mank Albert Edwards S G Banks Titus Mercer R B Wilson R A Epperson Wailer Caldwell R A Corbin G R Redman J H Judd J P SaUce Mrs Maggie Mourning Pelley Campbell G W Murrah Mr Mont White of this place who was a soldier in the Philippines has been lying dangerously ill in a bospial at San Francisco Cal for several weeks He was taken sick on the Islands and transported to the hospital in San Francisco for better treatment His parents and sister have been anx iously hoping that he would bo well clouddlast Thursday A dispatch from the surgeon stated that Mont wasleaving ground The word leaving was evidently mistake in transmitting the message and was certainly written losing In the afternoon Mr J V White who is the father of the young soldier left for San Francisco Two hpurs later another message carat stating that there was but little hope thatfreach his home 1hiy 1meaotmr the anxious and Uistreseti c family have tub the sympathy tit tills b mmhnltpi- Senator Hanna as a Marriage Bro keri There was a promise made by Se tor Murk A Ilauna b fore the reelec tion ofFceside McKinley that has never been fulfilld The person ttf whom the pro was made has never asked for its feel lilltnent though the conditions under which it was made have come about and the witness to the agreement was no less a person than President Me Kinley That Senator Hanna Is able to fulfill the promise there ie no doubt for Ohio abounds in rich young men and the younn woman in question ban a straight batkfor Mr Thackeray said that any woman with intelligence who wasnt a hunchback could marry if she wanted The promise was made under happy conditions It was at Canton O i o at the house of President McKinley when the air was filled with warm tumn sunshine and affairs politically were going merily and well and the President and Senator Hanua were taking an hour of ease A young woman journalist represented an Eastern paper waECanton telegraphing her dally story to her paper She was leaving t atto afternoon fur tin East and had bi en sitting with Mrs McKinley talkbeover thing domestic and playing the children who were always ha ing around Auntie Tinley ass Canton childs calls the wife of PresidentThe and Senator Hanna walked down to the train with her The Senator told her tb it she bad no right to be in newspaper work that Southern girls above all others should have a hUbaud and a h mc Very good said the young woman and I agree with you I have no sentimental view about bettering the world by writing or newfanghd ideas about a womau having publi sitluns but I am a wageearner half the Southern girls must be to help support relatives Well you ought to be tnarri insisted the Senator and the P dent agreed with him 1 dont to see women in journalism I dont like to see them earning a living if they can help it a w iinani place is out of public life and if a wmnan clever enough to till a good position a big paper sbus far too good fur that position and she should use that c secpills crness in getting a good rich hus bandSuppose she doesnt know any rich man the newspaper woman sug6gripeted Well I know plenty and Ill get one said the Senator Ill tell what weJl do We three will make bargain right here If President Me Xiuley is re elected ijl get i oU a ricbthe single man The three shook hands AlandThe President was reelected S tor ITanna knows many a rich sit man in Ohio But the girl unmarried Hrrisons Wealth jjtimentwhen he married the second time said a Louisville Judge who was assot elated with him in legal cases butIs this would not have been so bad hadI the public understood all the circumt stances of that marriage Ills second marriage was opposed by his two c his dress Col Russell B Harrison and Mrscures Mary Harrison McKee Feeling tthatil their opposition was In a manner justified Gen Harrison turned o to them his whole fortune with tin toexception ofhis house in Indianopolis and said with characteristic firmn I shall now start out again in and whatever I may make shall bel to my wife and the culldren God bless me with lIe turned over to his son and dau ter about 100000 accumulated by the c practice of law and saved from his salary as president Since his sec onondItabouttlthatfirst wife with a mere mention nod leaves his second fortune to his second wif and his child by her Since theBailey second marriage his son Russell and his daughter have not visited theirLynn fathers home In IndlanapnIs A Good Cough Medicine for CIiH drenalI have no hesitancy in recommend ing Chamberlains Cough Remed says F P Moran a wellknown popular baker of Petersburg childfQwhoopinggiven perfect satisfaction It was rec ommended to md by a druggist as the bestcougb medicine for children contained no opium or hBrmfo ris i Sold by iie Oue of the must infamous things Jathat have come tit our attention is the case of W H Lan fJrd bank pre st dent down in Arkansas who reeei a letter from some villlans notifying 50000min a place named by them before a eer tain time so they they could get they would steal his sevenyearold son and burn his eyes out The gen tleman had courage enough to put the matter in the hands of tbe police and place his son under guard Tbe black infamy that concocted the scheme the Devils best effort and the o punishment adequate to the affair banging by the neck until deadweI mean of course legal lynching Some cough remedies hide a cough they drug Itinto silence but the irrlta lion stays in tbe lungs to cause trout Morley s Honey Pectoralsoothes strengthensand cures thoroughly cough stops because tbe cause is moved Price 25 eta Ask your dr gistsGreat Britian has decided to take torepnglands inquiry as to the formers intentions has not proven satisfactory the British Government and the assistance of the United States has en asked Secret negotiations are bnow going on and the action taken by Igthe United States indicates that it policytleA Horrible Outbreak Of large sores on my daughters head developed into a case of sad head writes C D Isbell of btorb town Tenn but Bucklens Ara Salve completely cured her Its a guaranteed cure for Ezema Tetter Salt Rheum Pimples Sores Ulcers puPiles Only 25c at Paulls Here Is what the pillcy of the United States should be toward the chilippines as set forth in the follow ufug words It should be the purpose of the United States in retaining usedStiliken os as may be wise and just will reliu quish sovereignty isWorking 24 Hours a Day oarTheres no rest for those tirel little workersDr Kings New Millions are always busy curing Torpid Liver Jaundice Billiousness Fever and Ague They banish s headache drive put Malaria Nu or weaken Small tasteni work wonders Try them 25c at E Paulls Drug Store adyouvery serious mistake in insisting upon appointment a negro post waster in the cultured city of Athens a The President has no right to ofena the itglehe sentimentaiusappoint his negro postmasters in the North there is Canton Ohio fur example and plenty of competent m finis in that CilyElizablhlwlII ews Coughs tell you that there is somej wrong in tbe throat or lungs Itby tba cause not tbe cough tbat you look after Morleys Honey Pec searches out the cause of trouble it heals the inflamed surfaces sf p the irratlon loosens the cough ami the thoroughly Sold by agelltJ every town madevet In and Railroad carry 197 colored families from lrdessnts capitalistslfe an andono the farmayas they will be t rans PaclQtrg ndthe coast Arrange ments have been made for steerage with a big steamship line and th col will be landed promptly in Hono There will be over 500 people In partystqerthingscounty has but fur ridents Cochran bus 25 Andrew 37L17 Daw on 86 TNnt five others hay Jsthu 500 Some counties huvn no runr stream within their borders tore hundreds of mils from u rail road andothers are almost who jocksyd en largest the State whichson is the whole State io and has but 6004 folio ofbi tantsYRockford ladvisited aFaspour3tls dtlltuv- FUyOd13pr tif good Roads The good roads movement is one ot the most practical that has engaged edthe interests of our people for a long time This is and there can be question about tbe value of a commu nity of good roads It is a matter of Iteasy demonstration It costs the f mer in time and labor from one hun died to three hundred per cent m to haul his product to market over poor roads than It does to haul them over good roads inlrIsTbe agricultural department bass out experts to build sample roads and our Commercial club has interested self in establishing good roads clubs various pelts of the state and g has been duce in that way It lehero left however to the IlllnosCen altral Railway company to initiate Themost practical good roads movenv reIt ugvalue That road proposes to start from New Orleans about the middle of this month a tram of eight cars including a commissary coach flatcars and all the machinery required in building of modern wagon ways In advance of it men will be sent out who will work up interest among the farmer about the coming of the train and its purposes At some twenty points between New Orleans and Chi cago expert wen from this train will build about a mile of roadway to show farmers how such roads can be builtj the advantage and cost of them totonthe Inleathis movement Its experimental road making train will introduce in the most practical and convincing way the utility and profitableness of good wag on roads Then comes tbe question of how tbe labor for building these roads secured One of the editors of South ern Industry a new journal establish ed lately in New Orleans advocates e of convict labor It seems reason able that such labor should be employs ed in that way rather than in the ways Lbabput it in competition with honest labor in other lines of industry The proper employment of convict labor and the proper development of punlsbS taLifecan together to give us goodjroads it will be a great thing toilkputvetthe to front vibe cTsois now time for the stockmen w- udgvertise their stock In our j went the newspaper that tracheaipeople tbe ver brst medium Bilib oo but little towards advertising asm they are rarely ever seen but a few miles from home their purpose In the main is to set forth term The News itad by people every week iiLtt H ri is in ilii paper AKansis social ium d lilru he j dui iaiil yesterday in Ni Lowe of the west accomplished young smashers of the city were chaperoned Mrs Nation was a brilliant success Miss T Totaller beautiful handpain ved hatchet of theed George Washington pattern and cetvcd the priz t fir smashing the tfrt nuuiriir lit bti r tOt total mirc Mis D Striyer rrrd a rir old hatchet himealwork vas atlas red Jy all except tbeIproprietor of the Joint The raid brilliantly accomplishedfind no was injured A New Jersey baker who wasa Sundaydemoblue laws by buying on Sun abyThe Farmers Home Fire Insurance Company Junction City Ky 1200000s rong Insures all kinds of property exrept steam mills hemp and tibaccfi Hal rIilh llisures ituHHi Km LI niiii odfl11 s iAiiKS County Iirc Uir AtrrntvN VKIIS fr mnoy year iib tiauteURliFormer hiflyNter iutmHpta to Kentucky judges Senator atindorsedIr Attorneys for Alvord the New our ork bank teller who is charged a pleadha in tfly tiff t r ifLsolL uu iujUebrVlt lot a REEF TOUR MONET AT HOME This is a free country and a man has a right to buy his goods where he chooses noTbe home merchant buys your wheat your corn your potatoes your beef He pays you for building his Hearhelps you to pay the terra IreAll things being equal then why nut spend your money with the home merchants your neighbor Why give a foreigner the money which should be Killsyour home town and you help to kill anthing out of a catalogue may be sell Itlayou goods cheaper than yon can Inbuy them at home but the chances odate that he is not People are not in istbe habit of traveling over the coun try for the benefit of their health lreYou know when you come to town and buy an article from your neighbor mercliait it lilt not allright be will make it allright Suppose it comes you fro n Chicago or New York o Philadflihia who is responsible LagripeGeo W Walt of South Gardiner Me says I have had tbe worst cough cold chills and grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the only thing tbat has done any good whatever I have used one bottle of it and the chills cold and grip have left me I congrat elate the manufacturers of an honest medicine Sold by Cravens While hunting ducks at Back Bay on tbe Virginia coast former Presi dent Grover Cleveland was caught in a storm in a small boat and narrowly escaped drowning BloodlbeMorleys Sarsaparilla and Iron not only purifies the blood but makes new rich red blood If you have skin eruptions boils tbscesses rheumatism or scrofula or if you have a rundown tired out feeling try this remedy and note the prompt results Ask your druggist Hope For Wheat Growers The Lexington Gazette does not ke much stock in the alleged failure of the wheat crop It says There is much complaint of the poor appear ance of wheat but as a matter of fact it is in very good condition save where it is infested with the fly Since tbe wing there has not been a single dashing rain to fill the drill mark While the leaves are seared and fox from the frost and tbe lack ot rain and snow the plants are sound and vigorous the drill marks but do not show above the surface and to the casual observer tbe outlook Is unpromising Just such conditions prevailed in tbe spring oft1875 and prior f flit rains rttiich btvat yri April 15th Her rl y T fsnu T was disposed io pl w and roeetl to other crops But the sieve ueemntf the plant and fullness of uisuen surpassed u Following is the unique verdict of a e rdm a negro who was at the stake in Texas a few days musichis r rs nwlY near Corsi Cana in tliatstutr We liars that the deceased came to s jut death at the bauds of the in cried and outraged feelings of the best people in the United States tbe adjoininoutas as confession of guilt by deceased show tbat his punishment was fully merited nd commendable The sun and stars are Gods mighty loom ou which he weaves the light am shad ws that paint the earth and- sk with Guars divine lit those looms of light for a moment stop let tbe fia sblngshuttiescease to fly and in this beautiful world of ours with all its bioom and beauty blighted with all its mirth and music will lie nakid and dead uu the cold bosom eternal nitlit It hath its spirit looms and flying shuttles forever de livering u he warp nod woof of hope ani rijrmiry tbe shining threads of Human nindu s and weaving them g samier webs of love around our and in our homes Every tend word we speak every blessing we wovenhipsympathies which comes to us other lips and other hearts are thrtads of JJgbt and love woven taw own But let the loom of love for moment stop let Its blissful shuttles cease to fly and WIt moment happl riowvFil 1ediyift on the hearthstone h lien raiJd song will perish auiiHir th roses at thsd0or Bob Tay Ii QuestJDns for Women Are you nervous Are you completely exhausted Do every month If tower flyes to any of these questions you have ills which Wine of Cardui cures Do appreciate what perfect health would be to you taking Wine of Careful thousands like you have real menstrualdbordet Iud it Nervous strain loss of sleep jowlateJust before the men strual will keep the female system in perfect condition This medicine is taken quietly at home costsrendorsed 1000000 cured women Lena T Frieburg East S1 Louis siyit am physically a new woman by reason of my use f of Cardui Thedfords Black Draught addressors Department The Chattanooga else Chattanooga Tenn It is now claimed that the Missouri river is fully 200miles longer than the Mississippi The only way The Father o waters can now claim preeminence is on its volume When you visit Louisville stop at the New Phoenix Hotel Firstclass fare and well located corner of 7th and Market Streets ly Temperance fleeting The following is the program for the Union Temperance Meeting to beheld at the Christian Church in Columbia KFr March 31 1901 at 7 oclock p m Devotional Exercises Reading of the Scriptures by Eld Z T Williams Prayer by Rev Jesse L Murrell Opening Address Subject The Present Need of Temperance in Adair County by T L Hulse twentyfive to Rid Columbia of Blind Tiger Rev T F Wai ton fifteen can be done to do away with the jug bossiness EldL T Wil liam fifteen minutes What has been the effects of In temperance on Columbia Rev W P ordonfifteen minutes Everybody interested in the temperance cause is requested to be present and make voluntary speeches Signed by the Committe dlDVCkLE IROL Relies Dept Raw Yule City III NYi f PATTERSON HOTEL JAM6ST05tsLIl KY SIr Vice elegantly all with Feed oon aectionJ PATTERSON Proprietor RIEGER MIltltERiWHOIKSALK MANLFACTUKKItS SflDDLiES Harness and Strap Work Represented by MOUIS IIsItE KY BUCKNER President IJ HUCKNBR President II WarekousetofINCORPORATED 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND MARKETING 216220 ST LOUIS ILLE KV SPECIAL KTTeNTION GI3ZEN FRI3KTE SALeS Fouu FIIEE STOUAGK Independent Mark your Hhds BUCKNER HOUSE CORCORAN 1SPROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon 4 orksylLEBANON J Manufacturers and dealers all kinds MARBLE GRANITE Ul l1tl IIPRICE LOW WORK QUARANT SHS offeredbeforefronts etc ES Agent Coluinhia t r uc es famous Roasted Coft J The low price at which Arbuckles coffee can be sold is possible by its sale It should not be classed with inferior imitations sold at cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No coffee is roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get ia any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a part in some usefularticle == packaget9 No etter place cans found than ut the above named hotel It is new furnished and the ta ble at times sup plied the best the market affords a Stable in OF e 172 Fourth Avenue AND the J BUCKNER JB Sect and Treas TENTH MONTHS House of in of D W3I F rEFFICI Local Ky t famous roasted made enormous pound as other cleaned definite