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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSVOLUME 4 i 501 UMBIA A v AIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 24 1901 NUMBER 24 POSTUFFICE DIRECTORY J Russell Postmaster Office hours week days 700 a m to 93i pm COURT DIRECTORY Clnausessions a yearThird In nay andthirdMonday in January third Monday In September SommonwealthsAttornoyNIl W Aaro- nSheriffJ W Hurt ClerkJno Coffey j CcuBTFirst Monday In each wont Judge J W Butler County AttorneyJasG rnett Jr ClerkT It Stults JailerS H Mitchell Assessora ABradshaw SurveyorR T McCaffree School SuptW DJones- CoronerLeonard Fletchery 3KT CoOBTRegularcourt second Monday ach month idgeJ W Atkins- orneyGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERINi BCBHTIUB STUEETROV T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sunday m evelYSnndaysehoolat9each month bath Prayer meeting every Light METHODIST S TReTW P Cordon pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday nightvPTISTSSTRBETRev astor Services third Sunday In each monthJ at 9amiandayschol meeting Tuesday nightJOHBISTIN P KElder L Williams First Sunday Iri each Pastor Services Sabbath at am month Sundayschool overt Prayer meeU ng Wednesday nigh- tDODGES MASONIC No F and IRegue ar meeting In their ball over bank on Frt lynlghton or before the full moon In each month 0KB VM T B Secj R No 7meets first Monday night In each month J H P W W Secretary so a7S=SS C DS riJj ye t i 0EAlso Dealer in FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRANDSCI Remember the place 408 West Market atf flancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky an JUNIUS HANCOCK Propt 0fSTThe above Hotel hits het n rir forrthe rta fi- jiuot Tabli supplied with flu belt the uiarkei affords Rates runsomiblu Toad room Feed stable at tache dtiampiti T GOMMHRGIAL HTHJ lid bis JAMESTOWNiKY5 He HOLT VAU6HAN Proprietors 0Toadabove named hotel was recently opened hoe had fine run from the stunt Mrs Boltlookaaner sees that the tablandwith the very best the market affords The proprietors arts attentive sad very poUt to my dingledata livery attached to the Terms me teusoni dnyoLebann Steam Laundry ed LEBANON KY the o 1 rFIOROUGHLY equfpne 4ijKlerri laundry nantVcrinducf iliVexri r 1 fenced workmen aDd di inj aslihrgrade work as can be turned out uu iiil place io the c entry Painmizti a home Institution Work or Adair T Russell Tapl r aud Green sullcit d WJOHNSTOJtSGO Pro REED MILLER AgenlSt Columbia Kentucky goodhealt1l he the Liveromach and Bowels IIjrr Thleys TUitWlUvMt Pills forSMrnis lco pie iBufirOoAt tOne a doss Sold by S r KILLING OF WITCHES Thrilling Account of the Trial of Hote ma the Indian Chief A Lawyer and an Able Minister AN INTERESTING AND TRUE STORY JJY J ate SCOTT rAms TEX hIkportedtorTbeNerea In a beautiful valley six miles North West from Grant I T a snug little village situated on the Frisco Railroad thirty miles north of Paris Texas Is the home of a noted Indian jurist and preacher Solomon Hotema- n the witch killer who was tried during the present term of the federal court in Paris charged with murder A man of rare abilities and ownin hundreds of acres of grazing and farm ing lands Hotema who is a full blood choctaw became the leading man in all his country His witch killing feat wasa great blow to his paleface friends It is a striking instance of the force of heredity and early instilled belief He is fortyeight years old is well educated is an entertaining conversationalist and a good writer He for the ministry in a Presbyterian College at Roanoke Va three After his return he was elected and held the office a number of consecutive terms He also was dls district attorney and was a member of the national council eight years At the age of forty Hotema took up the ministry and became a power in the church He had just returned from the general assembly of his church at New Orleans when be kill the Witches In Ills early boyhood he became imbued with the belief in witchcraft by hearing his father Capt John Hotema speak of it Ilotema being asked why half breeds and pale faces were not molested by witches replied that the witches cant shoot balls into them because they eat much salt the balls wont penetrate History shows he says that when thee pale face came to America he discov xed witches among the Indians andI that they bad been among them ever Hotema case is one of the most celebrated cases ever tried in the Uni ted States being the first of the kind since the trial of witch killers in Newc He was the pastor of a church near his home and was veryc popular with the Hock whom he guarde as carefully and tenderly as a father would care fur his family Two years then were several deaths from Meningitis swung his flock and he be lievtd that two women and two men had placed an evil charm on the stricken persons He accordingly called in a witch doctor and Sam Frye and began investigation The doctor after In many burning lots of roots herbs told Ilotema that five per sons were implicated In bewitchlnghis flicU and that tht y should be gotten f hi way or other deaths would w It iii retired tsihisfttudy arm p adill ag and earnestly that his duiWight be revealed W him by the Great Spirit He spent the night in reading the Bible and religious works henext morning he announced that duty had been made clear and that a would rid his country of witches called Frye to accompany him and taking his breach loading shotgun be- atarrrdut oh a murderous mission lit first slopped at the home of the Greenwoods and finding Mrs Green woodat home said Sister Greenwood folks all die soon have no church i g nng ro kill watches Doctor say u witch anal me kill you The man begged for her life but the red Skinned Gospel wjout deliberately rais his gun and blew her brains out He then proceeded torthe home of is GSrmans Mrs Coleman was sit ting lu brr room with thn baby in her fi arms when lie entered the room and called henijrtitdi She sprang up and tufted to runhUk hrfdrr she could a ach rbe4lo r hrshot hi r twice kin hr ifirittfhily IUd WunrtliiL thN bab an111tHirdrwturcdttlt brnty tnrrlNui ijig here hrmrtGrru o u fie1lUVt and of hits first victim intl idtlsatfim Near his home hq foo- ttarusherman whom the witch doctor hallmarked upd would have killed him then and there but the man plead so earnestly tnathe told him togu home would not kill hint nHXtdav Lle i i tllhwafilCh 11 4 j te tItCUSo dy and brought to Paris and placed in jail where he has been ever since On Sunday before the tragedy Hote ma preached to his congregation about witchcraft and declared in a deploring manner that his people were going back fo the sorceries and practices of old instead of conforming to the ways of Enlightened people He told them that while he was praying be had seen witches coming through the alriin the shape of balls of fire Mrs Hotema testified during the trl al that their only child died a short time before the killing and for two weeks after her husband spent mos of his time in prayer reading the B and interesting passages about witch craft He would cry quite often and prayed that the witches might bebver come He interpreted the turning of Aarons rod into a serpent and other witchgkilling of the supposed witches by Hotema is but one of many such killings which have occurred among the Choctaws in years past One of the most striking of these witch execu tions took place in Blue county on Bog gy several years ago Stephen Belvin a member of the national council had pneumonia and was being treated by a white physician Being a full blood and unable to speak English Mary Folsom a beautiful half breed girl was sent for to nurse and act as interpre ter and see that the medicine was ad ministered properly Belvin did notIi Improve and dismissed the white doc tor and called in a Choctaw doctor known as Blind Isom who was fatmous as a witch doctor He examined the patient and said he had been shot by a witch ball and that the girl who was nursing him was the witch He declared that Belvin could not recover unless he killed the witch with his own hands and hacked her to pieces Bels vin consented to carry out the sugges tion and was provided with a long bladed knife which he concealed under his bed cover While the girl was bend ing over the bed administering medi cine Blind Isom siezed and pressed her down until Belvin could stab her She was literally cut to pieces No ie punishment was ever inflicted tort this horrible crime There is now a law on the Choctaw statue books which makes it an offense punishable with fifty lashes on thet bare back to say that any one lsa witch that any one has been oewitcbed Despite the law however the belief exists among the full bloods and witch ececutlocs arc frequent in some beauties Let the report once get circula ted that sonic old woman is a witch and in a short time she turns up dead The full bloods believe that the witches shoot their balls in an invisa ble manner The victim does not feel any pain until the spell begins to work The witch balls are made difIerentlyI some are made from a grain of and another a blade of grass or it may be something else but the bullet or ball h always very minute Wneu in tbeI diaguois of a case the doctor discovers that the patient has been bewItched he bleb to work to locate the witch He makes a fire with red oak bark sucks blood from the patient and d spurts it into the lire This will they claim cause the witch to become vio lently ill with colic Of course when person is bewitched suspicion rests upon some particular individual as theI witch After having gone through the incantation with the red oak barkn the party suspected hi watched and if he fails to become sick thou the doctor and his assistants mount their horses and scour the country until some ones found sick with the colic or some otner ailment When lound the doc tor puts a spell on him in order to re lieve the person bewitched or kills him Beside this there is another way to dispel the evil charm A pit dug in the ground a little fire wade n it and a kettle of water set over there Into the kettle different roots are thrown Sticks are then placed across toe pit a blanket stretched cross and the patient placed uu the biauKet In this souse lie io thur fiou hly steamed white theu witch due P fur suck one uioutuiui or oKod after auOiher uutu thewiuh uali to extracted While this ptoce sis guiuguu the to fttiuiiyuf the patient furor a circle around the pit and chadt It the lll Men t survives lJe must pay tots doctor WLiHt is able to pity or be will re lapse and have to Suffer many lioMbto rhinos iGVt H tuaYbn NSn t PitAad tilt ui att8 Ii l says that he had a right to kill as God directed him to destroy those whom he believed to be witches In killing the witches he claims that be was do- Ing the work Godcommissioned him to do and that he is not criminally sponsible for the killing During his confinement Hotema has written a bi ography and sketches in which he makes copious citations from the Bible to prove the existence of witches The trial continued several days and was given to the jury on the 10th inst It is believed that the jnry will acquit or disagree tSay Do you Know That the averge man counts time by pay days That no woman is as pretty as she sometimes looks That it you want to be successful dont squeal but root That the road to success is pave with good advertisements That whether life is worth living depends greatly upon the liver That a bright smile is a womans molasses that catches the flies That when a man marries he halves his rights and doubles his duties That a loaded pistol is a bad thing to fool with or to have a fool with That it never occurs to a boy that he will some day know as little as his fatherC1That the sweetest girls are seldomest because they are at home busy at work That the best thing that can happen a man is to nave a wife who is also his chum That those who make hay while the sun shines are the most liable to get sunstruck That to go through life with no of humor is like riding a buggy without springs That good advice is good for the wayward boy but it is nothing like a is good whipping very often That you cant always judge by apa pearances The girl with a sailor hat probably never saw a rowboat That a mans friends often know of engagement before he and the girl most interested are aware of it That a palmist may tell all about the human hand but when it comes a poker band they have to pass That when a woman is in great trouble she cries but when a man is deeply distressed he gets bn a drunk That much of the trouble in this country happens because men take toob much time to make money and too little to enjoy it That the reason why many people live beyond their means is because of the credit system They buy more than they are able to pay for Best Remedy For Rheumatism QUICK RELIEF FilOJt rAIN All who use Chamberlains Pain alm for rheumatism are delighted with the quick relief from pain hit it affords When speakingof this Mr D N Sink of Troy Ohio stsSonic tmn ago I hid 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njN Pf1 rf January 1st 1900 all flf wtre tc fatal The dlsdase may 00utymlld ly contagious but as much cannot ho aid of Its fatality F rtyl wo rawft during the last f arteen m0uthsaud all fatal Btatop it out Oriental da horror s stir a w ctfe r guest This r JiI l j trqiFiUOVr ruN t He Kept Ills Leg Twelve years ago J W Sullivan of Hartford Conn scratched his led with a rusty wire Infiamation and blood poising set in For two years he suffered intensely Then the best doctors urged amputation but he write I used one bottle of Eclectric Bitters and 112 of Bucklens Arnica Salve and my leg was sound ono wen as ever For Eerptions Exzema Tetter Salt Rheum Sores ahd all blood disorders Electric Bitters has no rival on earth Try them T E Paull will guarantee satisfaction or refund money Only So cents The Farmers Home Fire insuranc Company Junction City Ky 200000 strong Insures all kinds of property except steam mills hemp and tobacco Rates reasonable Insures against Fire Lightning and Wind DirectordA MURRELL Agent- A N WELLS for many years with Continental General Manager Do not leave home on journey wIth- out a bottle of Chamberlans Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Ills pleasant safe and reliable For sale by MCravens The News now nas the most complete assortment of Stationary job material and equipments it has ever had We can please you 11 you need any thing in line A Testimonial From Old England I consider Glumbjrbi a s Cough Rem cdy the best in the world for bronchi tis says Mr William Savory of War rington England It has saved my wifes life she having been a martyr- to bronchitis for over six years being most of the time confined to her bed She is now quite Well It is a great pleasure to the manufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to be Role to publish testimonials of this character They show that great good being done pain and suffering relieved and xaluable lives restored to health happiness by this remedy It is for sale by M Cravens PARSON MOSS CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order We have 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 Columbia Gampbellsville Stage Line GOOD STOCK COMFORTABLE STAGE SAFE DRIVER o Courteous Attention to Passengers Liavea Columbia a m and makes conn c with Louisville train Leaves Campbells vllle 32J pm just afer arrival of Lostlile train Diliyeicpi Sunday Calls a farcum ao promptly attended to Exp ess Beedj Aiiller GEORGE LEE Prop Drs R G Goldstein Optic Spjcia ists O544 fourth We Louisville Ku uiiOlli1i ex ill Ill tllKK r lt yr Thesu getcuien are Professionals o leag ezperlenebtln shnspt thola e A Goldstein who was JsO nas ane ticfati iliruughoat Restock Th fines Glasses Be farnUbtfd abort notice Ors GalUstei1i EiIi71o y Non 2N t3t Jordan Uo to Gradyville and breed to the best stallion Kentucky at 1000 moneydueneighborhoodhimself to be one of the best breeders in Kentucky His colts have been thelState I will stand my two fine jacks at to insure a mare with foal due when fact is or mare moved from The jacks I also sell the Chicago at 125 to 150 pr hundred When in and want the at the lowest prices call on inc I 1894 Peacock I inItwentyone blues several of them be ing in model riogs If ou want some thing that will bring fancy prices breed to Jordan Mr of near owns three of Jordans colts that cannot be pur chased less each His colts have been sold to my certain knowledge from to ANTEE colts to be sound or no pay 1GOV ST JOHN AND JOE money ascertained neighborhood alwaysbring Fertilizer Gradyville Lestgcods handle 1dentseverything in the way of Dry Goods Hardware Osborne Corn Drills etc Give me a call W L GRADY Gradyville W T STEPHENSDEALER IX Dry Goods Notions BootsfShoes 1 aso keep a large stock of CLOTHINGwhich I have a nice line of MILLINERY on hands ELKHORN KENTUCKY GT BLACKLEY Peacock Bascom Garnett for 150 100 I his Notions S IIWOOD Independent Tobacco Warehouse BLACKLEY HURST Sc CO ATJOTIO SALES DAILY REURRNS PROMPTLY MADE 1119 to 1125 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY Four Mouths Free Mark Your Hints INDEPENDENT 5OOOO v For Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November S 1901 will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer as follows For Nearest Correot Guess 60OO For Second Nearest Correct Guess 3000tI ThirdIe 1500tI FourthII rr 1000tI FifthII 500 II Sixth II a4OO Seventh r1 300 N f1i20 8h100 amounting to OOOO 2OOO 200 25Ia 6OOO 1000 10 10OOO 3060u 5Ie 15300 A total of 4387 prizes ithigto50OOOIn case of tie guesses prize equally divided Contest closes November 3 1901 The Total Vote of Ohio in 1891 was 795631 1892 861625 1893CI 835604 776819 1895 846996 Columbia Groceries Buggies Machines Storage HOUSE was 1030101897 864022 1898II 793169 1899II 920872 1900tI 1049121 GueSs what it will be in 1901 6OOOAn additional 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city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia PostoEceus class mall matter SUBSCRIPT N RATE ONE YEAR tUX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APRIL 24- ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY CLERK- We irebtitborixed to announce P T COOLEY a candidate for the office of Csunty CourtCerk of AdaIr County subject to the actin of thi Democratic pity FOR JAILER weareapthorized to announce JAMES candidate for Jailer of Adair ty inDJecrtd iheaqtfon of tlie Democratic rar ty rHeavy rain and snow storms all over Kentucky last Friday and Saturday It is believed now that Caleb Powerl1 w111 not be again tried be fore gulp orAugUBt 1902 tEx d States Senator Lind sayhas permanently located inNew YorIET fie will not bo missed by Kentucky tiJtv It comes from Covingtou that it is a settled fact that the Presi denths decided to appoint A M r J Coohrau Judge of the new Fed Oral district Th e SAjkarisas Legislature has enacted a law making it a fine for any one to drink intoxicants with out first obtaining a license to so do the rise cost 5 per year It is a poor law and will have a to jLiicreaso the number of drunkards The idea of a State licening a mmfto drink liquor Reuben Quinn the negro who Murdered Policeman Crum at DanvifBpmedaya ago was tried last week the jury giving him the death penalty It was the only verdict that would have satisfied the people of Danville Judge ias not yet named the day for theijiPging Capt Daniol G Parr atf old steamboat man mud one of the largest capitalists in Louisville deeded as a gift last week a 10000 home orf Cbefitnut1 street to dis abled and indigent Confederate soldiers nMr t Parr is a devout member theBaptist Church and ia a very liberal donator to the Orphans Home of that denomina tionAguinaldo sJfnimWst calling upon hiflfyfollowers to lay aside their ap and accept the sover eigtitYofatheUnited States has been is ued He declara mire servedly bis allegiance to this gov ernmdfitHe states that he voices the sentiment of his people that they ar for peace Notwithstand ing this tpredict that there will be bushwhacking in the Phillip pines for the next ten years Mayor Carter Harrison of Chicago whosef third election to the office has bused his name to be more or less talked of in connection with national politics was in Washington a few days ago He was asked If lji had any intention r f of becoming a candidate for the Presidency vJEIe responded Iam 1not fooling with national politics x Vat is all Jean do to look after af i lairs InOhicago 1 Aftebstn out less than two l tiours tlt theeaee of Gar nett Ripley found him not guilty 1 1 f partitpatiqgjr4 the conspiracy tp kill Goebel The effect of the triaAu9U1 other cases is i ot cert iniut it is taken to show tbi TayioTf Firiley and the othar fugitives if guiltless need no t9 o itnr toask a fair r tril BiB votdicfc was reached last Sat daprenoopAe sgod- 1 tbe erd tatireadRp ey shook hSb e ttinarOreen ill om =Wi 1hltl wife u1it I aIt is now predicted by a number of parties who seem to be in touch with the trend of public affairs that ExGovr Bradley will not be appointed by the President Judge of the new Federal district in this State simply Jjecausff he was a witness in the Ripley case and be cause his testimuy was damaging to the freedom of one S Tay lor a fugitive froin justice It is said that Deboo the great Senator from this State has now turned against Mr Bradley and will ad vise the President accordingly We can not vouch for the correctness of these rumors but to our mind such action is no more than we expected and indicates clearly that the leaders of the Republican party in this State do not want any evidence brought out that would be damaging to any man connected with the murder of Mr Goebel Webster said Murder will out andwe confidently believe that in this case it will all come to light that the whole plot and all of its leaders will be forced to meet justice It may be twarted for while protection by parties in sympathy with the gang may pre vent the administration of legal proceedure and legal punishment fora while but he who spills mans blood he who directs the assassins bullet will surely some day face justice If Deboe pre vents the appointment of Mr Bradley and thus endorses the as sassination we predict that he will sink to the level of the con spirators and murderers and com mit political suicide It takes a great many people to make up a community and when it is made up you have a great many different kinds of people For instance you have the man who will slyly try to supplant you in your laudable undertakings The loastyou know about him the better you will like him He is but little service to the communi tyand is not worth a cuss to him self Ho is generally a hand seme man void of sense and conscience and the quicker he rids the world of his presence the richer it will be The Philippines must necessarily be a large and continuous source of expense to the United States lias been evident from the day Spaia goldbricked us into be coming their owners A board of naval officers under orders from Secretary Long are now engaged in preparing plans for 5000000 naval station which is to haven 1000000 dry dock The local option advocatesgain- ed a victory with the Tennessee Legislature Saturday when they succeeded in having the Senate concur in the amendment providing for a method for the surrender of town charters ABSHER Last Saturday night a couple of worthless dogs attacked a flock of sheep for ilr Dud Absher and killed and crippled six The same dogskilled and injured quite a number of other sheep in the same community but fortunately the dogs were dispatched on Sun day a righteous act Mrs Delaney Robinson is very sick with malarial fever There are five cases of measles at Mr Ab Brpckmana Miss Ann Cave who has been danger ously sick is now improving and will in a short time be well again Only a small amount of corn has been planted but every thing Indicates Ihat the early birds will not be so early this season Our jjunday school at Egypt started with fortyfive inattcndance lastSuri day and will grow as the weather gets warmerA was given at Mr Dud Ab shers Satruday night A good number of young people were present and enjoyed the occasion The prospect for wheat in this sec tion is fine much better than last year Tobacco plants are fine and the chan ces are that a large crop will be planted Mr J W Weatherford has plants now with six leaves Mr Garland Weatherford was visi ting in Green county last week merchatitlshaving start he has steadily gained Mr Bur ton is a good merchant and by and by will come to the front It is now time for the stockmen to advertise their stock In cue judg ment the newspaper that reaches the people is the very best medium Bills do but littlo tqwarde ativerlislDgi II they are rarely over Seen bill afew p1 iifrajI bothe their purDc in the eWstleaIfyouhavegood tv f+ Vi t t ySptii r 14Q2 Day spring is standard bred and registered lie Is a tjcautfful Mack io hands high fine style good smooth limbs has thin nctiOfi aYrdISMd Terf spect a combined horse PEDIGUEE Day Spring by Jv4uR JemnarfclMeltby Star Denmark he by Jones Denmark hebyQjdBfcick Denmark the 4rai1o racehorse and he by Imported Hedgeford thoroughbred Iyiratdgm by Lei ington 2nd dam by Steel Dust 3rd dam by Morgan 4tli dam by It is readily seen that Day Spring Is superbly bred andasa s1reliidilis proven hiu t self a wonderful breeder imparting to his offsprings sfzef form itflacti6qiie three essentials of a good animal He is bred to saddlfc anti to tfrfve hi dtr both in an attractive manner and nl irgc gentoflliyr1tra lHliotvls Day Spring will make the sea u at my stable ll miles from Oi ubittAijiDiB appointment Greek for the smallsun of 700 to Insure aJixuigeuit My jack TELEPHONE will s ive mare imaifitr1 fOIltiMU4Jn same terms as horse Telephone1 is 14 bands high Iears od rtd I belivyje wilj prove a great breeder S D CRL NSH 3 J4 ft NewSpriDg aM Summer HWJti1101We have a Complete i line of Neuu Goods 4J iwi d We spent several weeks in the wholesale marketyselectjligjjhtditud tfjies and novelties in millinery Thanking allour friend fi rttbjVUV pfltoronssa in the past and hoping for a continuance of the same we are tjl I i espeetil11y Hi MRS SfiLLIBBRflDStliWi MISS EPfII DR DsM- w1USSEjkli It spI1ws OTEL KIMBLE KY oesa- Is now open tor the traveling public the year round It isa large commodious build ing as the picture in dicates and isrun firs lassio- ever particular VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro eeeee ooBUY THE- eeeeeee FARMERS FRIEND 3EN J DRtGtip1 r The Best DrilMaaej J Plants Corn Cane and Peas and has Fertilizer attachment a Wecarry a full line of agricultural implements Dont fail to see our llnokandgct our prices Our stock of 4V Genet1al et1ebaridisIU1 IMIis complete in every line and our prices are all right Remember the old firm ofaWiEA T VJ lkil rid 4 Montpeher Ky VESTER Farmers are about ready to plant COrn waiting for dry weather Wheat is coming out nicely Oats look reasonably well E M Barton sld 12 nice hogs to Mr W H Gill for 5 cents per pound Mr J F Burton and wife are visit ing their daughters in Illinois and J W Burton is in very Door W B Morris is quite sick Messrs Gideon Burton and Willie Goodin arein Hart county Mr Good in is having his eyes treated Mr J W Burton has completed and moved into his new two story building MrJP Neat has finished a nice and comfortable dwelling He may batch who knows Sheriff Hurt was serving papers on the boys Wednesday Messrs W H and M E Burton and Lucien Moore have recently delivered about 10000 pounds of goods to our Co have opened new store at this place Mrs Lizzie Childere died on Sunday the Utb inst with consumption Mrs Ella Burton wife of SC Bur ton recently sent to the asylum died with fever on the 17th She leaves three small boys one only 10 days old James Judd has finished taking the school list in the Breeding district ajwill tBli the for theto this falf TheNewg now has the most complete assortment of stationary job material aa4 Equipments Itjias ever bad We is pleadeyouif you ueedaoy thing In llftfrmTe yI S r l Tli Best itfinody 1orItht4aha- tisni IQUICK UELI lHOIt All use CharflWrlairtVPajn Balm for aretI d with the quick relief fronT pouf Which it affords When speakibgofthfsMr DN Sinks of TrUj Ohio says Some time ago I hadUScVefcattdefi of rheumatism in my ami and shoul der I tried numerous ydtilcdlcs but got no relief until Iwas rcebniraended by Messrs GeoF Parsons SfCo druggists of this place to try Chamberlain Pain Balm They reccnrmnend led it so highly that IboHgli bottle was soon relieved of havft since recommended this liniment to many of my frleridwild agree wltli me that it is thebestTBmedy rJi cular rheumatism In the market Poi sale by M Craeos Any cough Is serious enough to war rant prompt attedtrot1cik what it may result to that mrkes a congh dan gerous Fur all slight and stubborn coughs for gripp lung fever bronchi tis asthma and other throat and lung affectsons you can find no other remedy so agreeable and harmlessor so promptly effective as Pectoral Price 25 tents Ask your druggcst i TJs EnsyTo Fce1 1qerCountless thouRauns Jiaye found blessing to thebodytpDr Jiingfiifew Life Pills which positively euro Con 5ti laden Sick Heaoaclie DizzIoess Saundicc Malarla Fever nMjo Afti and nil Liver andStotuacji Irmibtys Purely vegetable never gripe Or weak en Only 25c at T E Paulls drug btlmei C r t u01 ES ToL tlF0RN IJtVIA 6 1 lU rollf1 On April2vd9thlGtu 23rd and 30th iqoJiRpeciilone way Colonist Tick cU to many California points be onkalbat very low rates from points alongtilcIiib Four Koute- FopfHil information and particulars aStpSClardufesrites tickets call on agents Big Four Route craddrass the undersigned WYJ LYNCH W P DEPPE Gen PTkt Agt Assistant CINCINNATI O a gtiLouisville Ky Newly Furnished American Plan Per Day 3licy cfdosler 8 3voter VMEALS 25cl v 523 W MasketSt LOUISVILLE KY tNIC DOSLER flRr GORDON MONTGOMERY i fUL vr li 1 COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adair and adjoining counties Collections ji specialty e TOfllcc up stairs over Paullsdrl1g toreClrasRosellieId 8BliO II GENERAL CO3UIISSION MERCHANTS I J25 West Jefferson Louisville KyI O Shipments of Eggs Butter and Poultry Solicited REFERENCES Ger man Insurance7 Bank ll1a streets Agency Adams Express Co JQ Richardsonj 8i GO COMMISSION iJMERGHflNTS isafeast Jefferson Louisville Poultry Gallic Ertrs = am Buttcv Solicited IUlfhrence German Insurance Bank THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE DRVLHRS IK Exclusive High Grade jBootsmulShoes OFiNew nesigus Perfect Fit Hug 3I tlcrii Shoes 31G Pbiiith Avenue Y4OtiISfi1iLR LY ltItiiIs fiostir B61tino PACK1JTG IiOILflt TUBES Wet Casing Iron Pipes G ucil LtHi urd Iron Goods fur1later Gas anrj Steain- Aiil and Factory Supplies Cull on or address THE JiIl ENSOTT MFG COf INCORPORAT- FDlioulsvillo Kentucky Farmers Farmers I am prepared to takeourordersr- orHydraulic Rams to throwvater from your springs to yourhouses or barns Can also furnish pumps of anykind cheaper than ever Write 19 rue at Columbia for estimates or call and se me at the Marcum Ho tel Yours truly 7 v T N WOOD A Testimonial From Old England I consider Chamberlains Cough Remedy the best in the world for Ijronchi tlsJ says Mr William S trqr of War rington England It ba laved my wires life she having been a martyr to brontl tls fur over six years being most of the ulna conflned to her bed greatapleasuro to the mamifabturcrs of Chamberlains Cough ncmedy tohe Bll5 to publish tcstiauonfalsgLthix- Charagter They show thatgrjcatgnptL is bclnjs dune pain anil Buffering reliev ed and xajuable lives restpred to health andhapplneS5 by this remedy It tort b MtCravenal l t EY HOPEWELL ALBIN MURRAY flopEWELL MURRA Y GOIiU1YIBIA KENTUCY JiJ ttY Feed and Sale Stable WITH HARCUn MOTFL FiretOIassRigs With Safe Drivers Furnished Day or Night Drum mars Rigs a Specialty v HARRYBPYNE WILL S BRENTLINGER HARRY B PTNB CO r MANUFACTURERSAND DEALERS IN Second Hand and New flachinery OE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue Louisville = = Kentucky ELHTOHES COMPANY DEALERS IN J liutnbe1 e Sash beetts and fillnds HOUSE PATTERNS A SPECIALTY k Remember the locality Main Street next to to The Galt louse LOUISVILLE KY BOY TJ4E EVIPIE CO14 DRILL Shoe Blade or Wheel Cover Regulated to drop any distance or any amount of fertilizer Also aful line of Farm Implement Wagons Buggies Saddles Harness Field Seedsand Fertilizers All of which we propose to sell as low as the lowest Write or V come and set us When in tow- nColumbia W F JSFFKIES SON KentuckykESTABLISHED IS27 II You Need a If Your Watch J z Ii 1Lr J lt UEt- Snd it to us tvt will repair it for you at as low a c sr us good work will permit and warrant It TO GIVE SATISFACTION Vf alto ivirry a full line of Watches and Jew elry of every dc tllln Sttid for catalogue or C4l whn in city tEnuravingrasc- IRIONGIR3iLOEP CO 4401 W Market Louisville Kentucky t Gorn DFill and See THE EXCELSIOR J Thecbeapestcver sold in the country Itworks to perfection t splendid line of IHarnoss Bridles Saddles every thing in the leather line The FISHER BUGGY warranted for 12 months and sold on the closest margin Call and see me i q J WJACKMANIKentucky GVTDLACKLEy Come Ialsoliavea Columbia S D HURST 11 Independent Tobacco Warehouse BLACfcLEY HURST CO ATJOTIO SALES DAILY REURRNS PROMPTLY MADE 1Q9 tip 1125 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY PourMLohtliS Free Storage Mark Your tihds INDtePENDENT HOTJBF Insure yggrlife in the Connecticut Mutual the best companjrdo ing buBirresa in lfe United StrtCess Gall at this Office 4 1y 4 PERSONAL MENTION CaptL S Clnpman was in town Monday Mr J VWhlte has been quite sick for several days Jir J D Weatherford and son were in tovfri Monday Miss Mont Wai ford was quite sick severalidays of last week Prof AH Ballard was quite sick several days of last week Mr J W Jackman was quite sick several days of last week Mrs L C Hurt was a great sufferer from vaccluatton last week Major R A Hancosk General Depu ty collector is in town this week Miss Ollie Walling of Campbells villisspendlng a few days with Miss Pauline Cabell Mr J K A Strange has somewhat improved but1etyet a very feeble man Mr Jas Garnett Jr was in James- townJill nearly the whole of last week taking depositions Miss Mary Price who has been on an extended visit to Springneld je turned hoifle Monday evening Miss Fannie Jones who wason the sick list the first of the week has covered and is now in school RevIW P Gordon left for New Orleans last Monday morning He Koesfn the interetof his Church Mr A A Strange who holds a job in the Government Printing office Washington is at home for a couple of months MrTOfluIiwho has been iti Cum berland county for the past three months returned to his home in this placelast week i Mr J B Barbee was ip Louisville last week and purchased a new hark for his null line between Columbia and CawpbeIMilio Mr J H Judd who Is In the reve nue sevice and located at AtbertonIyulenOtIflh1s children he 1ieejquLtesIce for several days Mrs S F Eubank and her little son AlbiajuMiddlesboro arrived in Columbia Mondaynight Mr Eubank will follow and the family will probably residejhere permanently Mr John McFarland oqe of tbe best citizpisof Russell county was in CoIumbta astrSatUrday and Sunday On his return trip he was accompanied by his son Luther who has been in college here LOCAL JOTTINGS i4lThe health of Columbia was never betterE5 5 I Fruit has been somewhat damaged by Fridayntgbts freeze J The Contlecrlcut Mutual Life pays t the largcsfdTvidends Can here The Adair circuit court begins Mon I day the 20th day of May C M MajQarls has a cood mare with I a mule col iwhich he desires to sell I have feriftjzer f9r salC The best 7 brands in Stock m BnADSlIAwI eS Agent cAcommunity irflmTjTnbia 1 WALKER BKYANT Mr Sherman Dickerson of near Dun ville grew seven ears of corn on one stalk There is not a case of smallpox In S Adair well county Jim Duncan having gotten Mr R W Hcpe vell hns renter Mrs Lou Miners rpsidfjico nn Wat r1 treet and has begun houspkeipitig S I want tofijgjlfmy enirR lot of pot flowers fouwant some nice plants call iNis flJBITMrC M Madaris at this office a pear sprout Golden Variety and years growth which rneam ed 7 feet in length This town and vicinity ls free from smalpox and if there are persons who felt some uneasidess In coming to town they need no longer be alatfflfifl Rain fell during ttiewbori6f last Thursday night swelling tie water courses in this county and Friday they were all past fording Eld Z T Williams will be at Union next Sunday aftcytniinrurgjiclock and will ten cupiB ui his travels IHI Palestine This Is an interesting lecture and noond hould fall to hear ItW I Three haridsQtiarijplanpi were pur chased in this placeTastweek one by Judge W W Jones for his daughter Miss Fannie one by Mrs HolJadtv and the other one Mrs Alfred Murrell Hudson Piige of jthljf pI8cold in Louisville last weelcv bnejlot of 220 hogs or 1048 in Cinnlnnatl they sold the week bofbre 1Ybgsatyen3b- atlsfacthry pricetit r it I Mr E B Bt auclim ibadbeea In tIu nierchantile bAfneps Its 1lnr ton for nearly a half lebpuiry died at his lath hbaie last Wifdnefldjiy He wn chi t SHcntr aie4t1d fr im a yiiUth vas rn cd rVrrOrreet nesindii true CbrNUnn ihiri for Ilie will griaMy istythtiio- Ilc 01 etUIfl Jr S An Old Circumstance Recalled Here is a story that has never been in print though to many of the older citizens of Adair county the circumstances will be readily recalled About the close of the war between the States a son of Mr Cricket Har mon this COUlity removed WIth his wife and two children to Arkansas and located in a section here hunt ing was good The ssIn wrote his father thatbear anddeer were plentiful that he was having fine sport and invited the old gentleman to pay him a visit Mr Harmon made preparations and in a few days he was with his son He remained in Arkansas several months returning to Columbia with of barrels of bear meat which he sold upon the public square at twentyfive cents per pound About six months after Mr Harmon returned home a letter came from his daugntirinlaw stating that his son was dead and that she desired to come back to Adair county Mr Harmon consulted his family and it was decided that his son Tom should start at once for tbe widow and the two children Tom reached Arkansas and in a few days thereafter left on a boat with his sisterinlaw and children for Louis yule the end of the boat line While cnroue there was an explpsion and the boat was blown to pieces nearly all the passengers being lust Tom Harmon and his sisterinlaw being among the number The two children as they tell the story now were placed upon a slab by a passenger and they floated down the river and were pick ed up next morning and cared for by tender hands Mr Cricket Harmon bearing of the explosion and believing that his son and family were on the vessel went to investigate In telling- hisstoryhe was informed about the two children that had been picked up and in a short time they were reachedc proving to be his grandchildren They were too small to give any dectails about the terrible disaster They only knew they heard a terrible noise and that their mother and uncle were missing Mr Harmon brought them to his home in Adiir county where they both now reside the girl now a woman perhaps 35 years of age the wife of Mr Chris Burton COniNG Editor of News It was my pleasure at Lebanon to s meet Dr G W Young Field Secretary of the State Inter Thmoniinationalt Temperance engageb his services for two sermons at odist church in Columbia onl tSun day in May morning and night DrbYoung Is a brilliant speaker and if dont come out and hear him you will always regret ft fluent witty ande instructive you will find hli Allineighboring pastors with their are invited WP GosDOGSpectator please copy Below we give the Democratic Ex cutlve Committee of Adair countyv which is as follows West Columbiaa N JL Tutt Eest Ilurtj Milifown Geo TRogers Keltsner Mann Kemp Gradyvllle CtWalker EJToy Gerard Campbelld Hajniony Herschel ville Jas A5 Willis White Oak J B Abrcll Pellyton W P Duabar Koley Geo E Walker Cane Valley Dr EsB Atkinson Mr N M Tutt is chair We predict that this committee will stear theDemocratlc cause in this ountyla a well aad judicious manner OnitIs com posedentrelrrtootflnen- and was selected by the voters of our party in tha various precincts One day last week a young girl gi v ibgber name Smltb reached Columbia ffhd appltcd at screralTiotnes srir wbrk7 She suited that she was an orphan and from Monroe county Shetold a piti ful story and nut of synipathy Revy Jesse LyMurreli took ner In fora Leaving Mr Murrells slip was next beard of in a cabin owned by culnrdt persoT5 and later slv was seen upon the streets of Columbia after night She has evidently been Jiefinglria very susptaioumanncr Juk on count of heragc 16 Judge Butlerordered Jail er Mitchell to takft her 1tn charge She will eijtberibe sent to thepoo- rh0USOOA0rmator i lumbl StaC6mpan jOfcd a great deal of uneisiness from last Saturday afternoon until Sunday morning They have about fifteen Hundred dollars worth of slaWs lying near the river bank atCreelsboroj and word reached them that there was aIfiftytwo foot rise in the river andno tellinghow high it wauld pet and that they wereJ1kelyo lose theit staves Mr W J Page and Mr T A Murrell left ImmcenalpTy andiipon- therenchltuiCreeJsbnrofouiid river at 3 standstill and being assured by tentleman well acquaInted NUh thl jUreain that the staves would not te reached returned tytjrie LTtsfFrldayevehlngaparfy of yyung Jjidiei and gpntlem ioV WIlt reside at Campbellsvllle presented thecprncdy ATiitnlly AIfir1at Page Hall this city IWind been iverrdlsagreeable day makingthe rtate unfadorable for tho entertainment However the- lbal1 was wellflllcQ ahd the audinnco treatedtaa veryamusing play The actors were well up wjjvhUiejtparls each act being presented without ah interruption Tlue cmbracrd in the the entertainment comprise some itf Ctmpbellsyhlle best yjrsgint1nePnifltIisImw Is welJ wWj the tqfZa1tiiJtii The cOtnpjrrTy Is billed Giihsbtlrg ntxt Frjuay CIPDr4 jJJ tati tttoplk upBar5ains read jjj5jjjTja Sj Its Apriryou know but its rain and snow Mrs Oscar Pile has Plymouth Rock eggs for sale ilint fall ttsee Kentucky Squirrel and biscuits before breeding elsewhere Aftrr July first b uk licks and nrotnisory notes will not have to be stamped For the text week farmers will be re pairing fencing replacing rails car ned off by the freshet The tent in which Jim Duncan slay ed while afllicted with mallpox was consigned to the flames If you want to see one of the best jacks in the State one that has proven himself to be an excellent breeder call at Coffey Bros stable Mr John D Sbarp of Amaudeville Is the father of another Democrat He put in his appearance the 12th of this month Master Edgar Reed who played an important part InCIA Family Affair aP Page Halklast Friday night is thinking seriously about going on the read Mr David WlJen gave a reception to Mr and Mrs Dick Ford one day last week Mr Ford and wife will ave for their home in Kansas this week The Maccabes met in call review at their hall Monday evening They will meet In regular review next Friday evening at 730 All members are requested to be present Kentucky Squirrels colts are now showing and competent judges say they will prove to be llio best lot of olts that have been In the county for years Mr G W Giasbam aud Ben L Royse of Ncatsburg wew In Columbia with a wagonload of brooms for sale Mr Grasham has about 5 tons of broomcorn to mike up The seventeen year locusts will appear in 1002 and farmers arc being warned not to set out tender trees this year as the insects will deposit their eggs upon the limbs and they will ion break off ruining the tree Mr B B Vaughhn has purchased he stock of gooJs which was owned y Mr J RKasner and has added reatly to the first purchase Mr is doing business at the Isen urg corner Mr M Vaughan has been appoint d postmaster at Eunice Adalr coun y vice Welby Allen resigned Mr B Shaw is nowthe postmaster at oodluck Metcalfe county Ifr J H Wilson having resigned Sad news was conveyed to Mr Sy- lestir Burtoc who was sent to Anchor ge from Adair county a few weeks go He left a beloved companion and children and last weck the lit- ones were made orphans by the eath of their mother You can get bargains in Columbia now for the mercbants arc anxious to ell Mention The News if you come n response to an advertisement It wont do you any harm Will please tbe advertiser aud will be worth some to us Dont forget this The machinery has been removed from the stave yard at this place to Coburg the company having a large number of staves at that point It will be returned to Columbia later as there is much work here to be com pleted Mr Norman Ilobson of Camp cJJs ule and Miss Leona King Horse Civi were married attlic brides Ivtue Tuesday of last 01 The ceremony wasturfiirmid by the brides father who recently piston of the Methio dist Church at C Ctmubrllwille Paid lit since our lasTivjuirt F Qitc S R Fur Hiram Wis n DrJ GTaiiipies W J Simmons M A Pop pewell Joshua enneUJohn N Cool over B O Hurt Anderson Ilolladay LV Cook GurtGrrfdy Chas Coffey W G Tutt King Rodgers J D Weatherford R W Allen Mr Jeff Epperson was thrown last week while riding a filly and was considerably bruised though not dangerously hurt Mr Epperson is only 78 years of age and the animal he was riding just 28 but both possess a good portion of tbe vim ofyi uth The advertisementof Wheat Will lainsappears in this isuef tho News This firm has been doing business at Montpelier fora number sf years and has established a splendid trade They now call attention to corn drills they have for sale If you needa drill see them There will borreaeiing ct tbe fol lowing places next Suiday T F Walton this city W S Dudgeon Bethleham Z T Williams this city Fi C Shearer Hutchlusou schoolhouse G W Montgomery Knlflcv W P Garden MillUiWii T L lIulse Pleasant RiifgffW Cave Liberty Uncle Sol Turpeo Gradyvllle A Russcltcounty gentleman informs the Newstbat cyeryjliing politically n Mv4tjip6Yof Is not j love Jy fC rorcfal of tile Republltan Jdl afcSasyou miiihtRiJtipOEb He sat cdthat fcltficr 4 lJryinSion or Johfa A Webb would In noiniojited by the tl1atIl For several days quite an Interest has been manifested in Columbia in joining the buffaloes an order that started we know not where a time we know not when but that does not disturb its growth or check its onward march to bind togetherahluf mankind caucasions of course into one great brotherhood of Buffaloes No order has grown S9 rapidly io this section and all who have joined become enthu siastic in its advancement and at thisI writing tilt Interest is unabated Columbia people are nor slow to see a good thing and the ability and amblI tion of some of our young men entitle them already to a hlghstandingin the original herd To our own knowledge several have passed the ordinary num ber of tbe Buffaloes as follows Jas Garnest Jr no 60 Ed Staples 50 Fred Robinson 5o Young Hurt 50 but peer of the whole company in Adair county stands Mr Kirt Hindo man nol00oAn electric line from Somerset to Monticello Is now engaging the atten tion of the two towns and it is sure to be a go A line from Columbia to Campbellsvllle Is also being discussed by the people here It is believed tbatC with a united effort stock sufficient could be raised to build this line In our judgment it would be a payingino vestment to those who would the stock If an active man would take bold of this matter visit cities and solicit subscription we believe that a sufficient sum could be raised in d a short time It is our understanding- that the moneyed men of Adair count alty will take a considerable amount of thestockdWe doubt if there is a better known man white or black between Columa bia and Campbellsville than Lee Johna ston of color He is an old reliable stage driver but for the past year he has been off the road During the sta ten days however he has been thet driver on the hack his first trip bring of log many of his old friends to the POitt olliice who was anxious to see hima Lee is very accommodating and should d be again permanently take hold of thet lines it would not be displeasing toa the people here though they have no complaint to make against Fleet whot is also a splendid man in that posltlool Some time ago a gentleman reached Columbia on business with the inten tion of staying one week He had never before been in the place but when his week ended he concluded to remain longer oel11g well pleased with the community He continued with us for three months paying the Columbia Stave Company about 30000 for staves When he left he was fair acquainted with all our people and had as many friends as an old settler We refer to Mr J W Hutchings of New YorkwMrs Lula Price Bryant who is suing her husband for a divorce attempted to jump in the Ohio river at Louisville a few days ago Her father lives in Adair county but the suit for divorce was brought in the Green circuit courth The woman has becn working atdi1Teip ent places in Louisville and two attempts there to take her life If her father is interestci he should bring her home There is more or less railroad talk in Columbia every week Our people are anxious for Romo company to build a road through this section and are will- Ing 3 to assist capitalists to take holds of such an enterprise Last week Hon J R Hindman received a letter from a gentleman offering to come to Columbia and look over the route tween this place and Campbellsville with a view of making estimates oftcost etc Eld Richard W Wallace son ofeWallace of this 0haspolished pulpitoratorsof the Christian Cliinhin the Stole Ills Easter ser limn at the Warsaw church Galht n counf on the Resurrection waso pronounced the ablest dlscouiscever delivered in the plae Eld Wallacei will graduate from the Uniaversity Lexington in June audis opea of seven who will receive honors The business department tbc LIar bourville Baptbt College bas opened with a good class and is doing good work Prof C W Ewing the pried pal of this department is a teacher ofsexperience and ability We are personally acquainted with Prof Ewing and know him to be a man of integrity and good business qualifications For special tuition rates write to Prof C W Ewing Barbourvillp Ky The Republicans of Green county have nominated the following ticket for county offlcs County Judge J H Grayham County Clerk J 0 Tuc er School Superintendant J II Woodward Jaier I S Coffey Assefc or D M Life Surveyor G W Clark Coroner Stanton Brown The con vention here adjourned but reconvert ed and nominated JD Wilson for County AttorneyW Recently sales made In Danville were as follows Heifeis from 350 to 375 per hundred steers according to quality ranged from sI to 450 per hundred mules brojgbt from 75 tol105 according to quality plug ranged from 135 to 15 ier head four tboroJg 1 rebelonging to the estate of James gentry sold from 8100 to 250 Jim Dun tp the colored boy who hJiched hero fifteen dJs ago sih aIslight case of smallpoX has g tlcn well and hb r cases developed Jim was kept In a tent tut of aWn1 and was waited upon by Simon Lester ot color Tne boyat no iUaciR 1cbSf k I TOWN ORDINANCE At a regular meeting of the Trustees of the Town of Columbia held at the office of Rollln Hurt in saidtow on the nth day of January 1901 Present Rollin Hurt Chairman and Messrs Wuj A Coffey S D Birbo W Uciacls aid Sot Montgomery The Baud of Trustees Of the Town Columbia do ordain as follows vlzr That a regular meeting of this Board be held on the third Thursday night of each month at the hour of 7 oclock p m at the ollice ofIlollin Hurt in the Tutt Building in said town ROLTJIX Hum Chairman Attest W A CoKFEV Towln Clerk pro tem X Ata regular meeting of the Board f Trustees of Columbia held at the ceo f Rollin Hurt in saidtown on the 18th day of April 1901 Present Rullln Hurt Chairman and Messrs S DBirbee and Sc1ttI9nt gomery The Board of Trustees of the Town f Columbia do ordain as follows viz That for the year IDOl there be levied and collected from each male citizen f the said town of and above the age f twbntyone years and who was a cit izen of said town on the 15th day of September 1900 a capitation tax of one dollar aud that there be levied upon and collected from each ouc hun red dollars worth of real and personal State within the town aud all person estate of persons domiciled or ualty residing in said town on the IStb ay of September 1900 cxctpt such tangible personal property as hs ctual bonafide situs without the town n advalorum tax of the sum of twen tyQvu cents upon each of said one hundred dollars worth of said prpp tty s was assessed and equalized for taxi ion for the year 1901 and the Marshal said town or the collector fSddIaxes fur mid town will collect same t the time anti in the manner prowled by law and will pay over same toIhe treasurer of said town at the times nd in the manner provided by liw The foregoing taxes are levied nit he purpose o t meeting and liquidating he current expenses of said town for- heycar 1901 UOILIN Hum Chairman Attest Jo N COXOVKK tJITown Clerk Job Couldnt Haste stood It If hed had Itching Piles They e terribly annoying butBucklens Arni- ra Salve will cure the worst case of piles on earth It has cured thous ands For Injuries Pains or Bodily Eruptions its the best salve in the orld Price 25c a box Cure guaranteed Sold by T E Pauli Cumberland river was higher last Saturday and Sunday thin it bad beenI for several yeais A gentleman who reached here fnm Biirksville stated hlt the citizens oftlrat place were aJIprehensive that their town would be Hooded Mr Oiha Ucdtmip and a Miss Kim bier wore united in marriage last Thursday at the residence of Elil Lirkiu Debart Rev Dchart officiat ing On thesaiue day Rev Debar unittd wm Floyd aud a Miss Bryant 1iy their jnurney through life mooth DrM O SaUce who has been practicing his proft ion in Casey county for the past two months writes to friend hero stating that he will return o Columbia in a very short time cud will build on office upon the pubic We take it that It will be on lilt lot rrxt to theost Th Municipal lioard of tile town of Columbia met InsE week and made the evy for 1001 rIle per capiti tiX Is ne roar and twentyfive cent onthncno limrlrcI dollars worth of property Wj understand that the if the town an in good yhapc nd the toanl has Viriie money on hands Rev YoP Harvey a repnsenta thc IIf the Baptist Recorder Louis ville and u minister well known Over the State preached two Iriteretrig at the Baptist church this city lastSunday forenoon arid evening He was greeted with large congrega tions luring Mr riarveyi stay in Columbia he was a guest of Judge Jas Garnett Mr J B Barbce has recently pur clased a strong and neat wagonette in which he carries tho mall from Camp bellsville to this place and its pacity is sufficient to accommodate nine or ton passengers It surpasscs the convenience QfC Black Mariahr excells In beauty and far out chsses her n point of busIntss JHls equal to the occasion We put up tombstones made of sta tlon marbles from 8800 up full In scription on nell one We cut stones In any Mihpe and cutany thingontliem you may desire also make duplicate of of any stone yhu have or wish one cut ike W ben tonsure set up If they arc not as ordered oojjxsre not reguir ed tn p yfor them olikley Sims Im Cumpbellsvllie Ky Do not leave home on rtJOiiknIth- out a battle of Chanibertana Ollj Cholera hn1ltrrboItehned1 lUs pieaht safe niid rellhble FaY kle MCiavcnF This paper and the CourlerJjHirnalj i ttr3 t j i e = EDMONTON Mr En Beauchamp who has been in the goods business for about thirty five years died at oclock Wednesday morning of stomach trouble and a complication of diseases lIe leaves one daughter a sun anti a host friends tomourn his loss He was truly a Chrstan gentleman and beloved by all who knew him Wo extend out sincere sympathy to the bereaved fam ily and friends MrJ W Peek of the Moccaslon neighborhood died April 5 of cancer Mr HL Tuck and Miss Curriui a Shlvc of Clove and Wire nit lin matrimony at the resilience of the brides father Mr G L Shivc tnc4Ui Rev Sowers officiate Miss Maud Dipew C cviant1is attending school at Summer Slri c The farmers have not planted much corn as tilt ground is sUil cold WOe it looks very much like a failure Rev Ali Mitchell lilld Rev Yau boys appjintmeritat Wi frej a chapl SundayS The sthoulsiuthi part of the cOin ty have most all betfn let JAfllESTOWL Friday was quitch tiUagreeabie dIy Mr andMrs J B Pattersou anrt lit tic daughter Mary Snow left for Nau ville Wednesday Mr Juuu TlOaiasof Ode Texas is visiting relatives in this county Miss Uaidce Rowe and brother Uro ver returned home from Libiity last week wherothey havebeen atteudiog Eva Hays and daughters Misses Mary aud Clariue who have been visi ting Mrs W S Stone left for their home in Somerset Tuesday MISS Ella Payne of Denmark is via lung her couain Mrs J Pt Warren who continues ta be real sick Misses Sallie Patterson and Linnie Owcus made a flyIng trip to Greasy Creek last week MrsS H Paul of Burnside who has becn visiting her daughter Mrs Logan Diifjbai rcl hmie lest ACtk Messrs Grover and ClareuceRowc entertained their yotmg fritmis at their home Jast iiouday evening All present repurtw a irccijmu Miss Lora Snow of Rmtveijais the guest of MIss Ethyl ia turvn Miss Doliie McFarland uf lioveua spent lasCTuisJuyin ton FELlX Miss EffieFaulkeuburg and Miss Jones of Jamest iwnttQre here One day last week 3Irsil II Duabar Tnoinas Brnd ley and Row Antlo of Jauic tov n were here one day last weelc Mr Bonito Berti rdor Horse ShoeI Bottom was here last wccr MrJ F Wilson and wife of FoutI hill are visiting J Y Blankenshin F B Simmons spent a few days of list wick at the Ruisell county Ficil Court held at Jamestown ok ClarciiecPhcipsancl sister Miss Eliza were here yesterday Mrs Chat Ilclnrds and daughter Miss Loin were here last week I II VHsjus Spring stock has arrived and they are very buy Mr Joel II JltaWH very badly hurt bya mulerushing ont tho stable door just as he opened to harness the niule We hope he will sori recover Mr JA Elslhaui one tif our best young UID Is going to leave for 1iI inois moo We regret Ills dt p trture Mr Mcivln Richards and wife ofI Montpelier aivvihiling at E Bry ants WilliamWclIs doing a good bu i ness ifi hiss Blacksmith shop at ths pliicii v The SQd psopie of Wcllfajr church haveorgitiIzidTiSundiyj school witli a large cirdiliiutr Sol Prsti tJtV irs Is iooktug fur a farm In Mils section but failed We judg fniiii that fiiilurc that ev ery only IIJI1IllJwith tliulr farms anrifke to live n ar or at Felix ESTO A Normal beingiconducted at this place cdnductetl by Prof Huffaker witi sixtien in httejjdaucj Mr J L Phelps iserccicgafine two story residence t heat crops are looking better Mr RBlakcy is erecting an add lion to his residence Miss Maggte Rowe arid MrTRybert Loyd of Uowcnaf arj attending tbe Normal at this place Mr F LSaiby feedingaulcelot- of hogs for the Soring market W C Grider bought of Wm Pterce one rnulepayisg5 Mrs looa Stcprman accompanied by her two little suns Herman and Clar ence left for Texas several days ugo The unanlmou desire of our No malIs to see tr1utacy set of questions on May 17 and 18 Mr J IL Payne and wife of Dell mark were visltlatf the family of Dr ArV Neatbery the lirstof tLieWeek lAStone sullto F Jj Selby rev eral fat beat 4c The Farm6rS HomeFfre ins rau Company function City ky 300000 Strong iusitreg ali kinds of property exce pttteitfnlifls hemp and tpbaccV Rat s tliKdnabie insures ajRalfost rfeLrhLntb fll t1 Wlbl ZM STAPLES Cobnty liiredlor TL Mum EL1 Agenta A N WELLS for many years with lii3 Continental General Manager A GRADY ILLS Harperrwere last Saturday The recent big snow was a stir prise to our citizens Never be fore witnessed the like on the 20th of April Mr A T5 Sherroll and wife spent Saturday iiight aud Sunday visiting the family of Grand Sh r rell Columbia Miss Clara Wilmoro sp ut Sat urday night aud Sunday with Misses Annie and Eva Bradshan Messrs J D Walker Son were it Edmonton last week and bpught i thoroughbred Shorthorn bull from T Wilson Prof Francis and wife of Burr pont Saturday night and Sunday visiting their relatives here Our town was full of people last Saturday all our merchants doing a good business Li SSmithuur uptoduto stock man is spending this week in Cumberland and Monroe coutT ties looking sifter mules and cat tie 7 Our farmerd that have planted the larger part of their corn crop are fearful that the recent cold rains will cause the corn to rot in the ground and they will be coot pelted to plant over The cold snap has done tho fruit crop up in short order Messrs Ed tkiuitili Lyon Will Hill John Cook Jo Bishop and T m Dillon were in our uiiilfc list vur s iliuittiig orders frim ur nirchits All liIi fiir busiuss3 Mr lltnderson if Green connn ty spent a day or last week iu 1I1Ir cuimnuiiity canvassing for re ligious literature Oir tektcn Smith Nell hiivo lst quite a number of hogs from a disease called cholera They ought one steer of P 0 MiCjffree for 3O Bridgewnters Fox of Leba mitt ware hero last week buying mules They bought two of Clay ivimniird for 220 aid one of J H Kiniitiirdjof Rd Lick for 115 Mr George Garritt ono ofour best farmers who is cultivatingj Jo Hunters farm delivered his lust years crop of tobacco last weekwhich brought hint 221 00 This tobacco was made by Mr G and hits tvuboys We understand from our tobacco man J D Walk er this crop is one of the best made in this section of county Your correspondent received a letter from Jaa H Turk a few days ago who left left hero twenty one rears ago now located at Guinevillf Arkansas Mr TurkI 4lndhowas in Uncle Sams service nearly four years and has traveled over several States We are alrways glad to hear from any Adair county boy and especially one with whom we have spent many pleas ant horns th schoolroom Iu conclusion my old friend requests me to have his cam added to the list subscribers to The News The heavy rains throughout tho t country Iut week did much dim age to property especially in the low lauds of the Ohio and Missis sippi rivers Tho large water courses aie now recoding If You Want ACORN DRILL CULTIVATOR BUGGY HARNESS r SADDLE BRIDLE GERMAN MILLET SEED TIlE BEST EERTItIZER IN TOWN CALL ON Wm F JFFFRIES SONJ You can find a lot of useful Notions at Sinclairs that are very cheap as he means to close them out at once Loan Office21 uLife Insurance Policies1 BOUGHT FOR CASH OR LOANED UPON J Farm TI nb6r Lands OptOnd7 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGED J ON SHORT NOTICE r We furnish Absttocts to pdeds1 bit LEASES T 1 CRESS H P McntsIKy m 1t d T OBITUARY Mrs Hester L Miller nee Hund ley was born at Breeding Ky Nov 5 1880 In August 1890 she with her parents removed to Moody Texas where in July 1878 she professed religion and joined the M E Church South the following August and lived a consistent life until the angel of death on the morning of March 12th summoned her to our fathI ers house Dec 17th 1809 sheI was happily united in matrimony r to Bro Leslie H Miller and in Dec 1900 she and her husband removed to Martha 0 T where her remains await her Masters call on the resurrection morning She was a devoted wife a companion And was appreciate- by all who knew her Her demis was not a surpiJ e as she had for several days been strangely im pressed that the end was near She expressed a willingness to go if the Master willed it so She leaves a heartbroken husband and griefstricken loved ones to rear their little boy It is seldom one witnesses a scene so sad as the one at her obsequies I was so sad that scarcely any one in the large audience was not mov od to tears To the God of sympathy an love we commend the bereave- husband and relations Her race iq run and cares and toils hav ceased to annoy She waits an watches for the coming of those stillwJ F TYSON P C Up to Durbin If the Republican party in Ken tucky and Indiana wished to purge itself of the suspicion now attrac- ing to the organization in connec tion with the death of Goebel not one hour would be permitted to I pass before ExGovernor Taylor would be on his way to the place trialHitherto the Republican cry has boon raised that a Democratic conspiracy existed to incriminate Taylor and his friends in the plo to kill Goebel There was not a scintilla of evidence to suppor- such an outrageous assertion but with the persistence born of des pair the Republicans held to the plea with same effect among the unknowingHow was this charge may be gathered from the testi- monyI in the trial of another of the men charged with being in the Goebel plot Garnett Ripley Two men standing high in the counsels of the Republican party men who F were counsel for Taylor have giv en corroborative evidence which throws a burden of explanation on Taylor ExGovernor Bradley and Judge Yt H Yost despite any partisanship which they might feel have given by far the most damaging evidence yet produced in the series of trials r Taylor left the State to escape arrest because as he said he could 1notget an impartial trial When made his confession last year Taylor said it was a concoction ii of lies He protested against perjured testimony He di not stand alone in this position for when he attended the Philadelphia convention the Republicans there assembled gavt him an ovationGovernor Durbin of Indiana can ill afford to refuse a requisition for Taylor If he does he becomes part and parcel of an effort to defeat justice The Go bel law has nothing to do with the case It is a question as to wheth lora murder shall be investigated thoroughlySt Louis Republic Deboe has never shone as a scholar or a statesman but like a faithful dog he is sticking to Taylor who by flight made confession of complicity in tho assassination of Goebel Since there is nothing else he can be given credit for w trl should not begrudge a reoognitiot of Deboea fidelity even if it in only of the canine sJrtLui I yule Times Louisville Times Thefusio ticket of Democrats and boltin f Republicans in Christian count y has adopted as a ballot device a rooster on top of a smokehouse The negro voter couldnt kee J away from that combination if wanted to r It has taken a long time forth e rf truth aboa the Goebel assassin tier to come out but if tho wit iieeeeflliva a few more years there a 5itjr obanccthat the factAwnr a v the fervre Kentucky Officials Reticent Frankfort KyAfli1I15Buth Gov in 13cckbam and Commonwealths Attor ney Franklin decline to discuss the matter of requisition on the Governor of Indiana for the return of W S Tay r at d Cln ls Finley the former clining a to make any statement at laU and the latter only saying that he has as J et made no request of the executive for requisition papers The reti cence of these two by whom such a step would be taken is generally taken here to mean that something Is on or will shortly be and that the papers will soon be forwarded to Indiana The opinion expressed here is that when sent the papers heretofore turned down by the late Gov Mount will be hon ored by Gov Durbin fugtdforesome other haven of refuge has it i said here been taken into consideration by the brothers of the murdered man and that if Taylor and Finley eve leave that Svate It will be only to re turn here to stand trial Precedents Funston did not capture Aguinaldo otwatr country that perhaps a greater respect for the ordinary procedure would have been Nodw interestingdGeorge Washington came near beingI a victim of a plot of this nature Dur thde instigation of the British some of his bodyguard became involved in aI scheme to turn the American General over to the enemy If the plan had been successful an entirely different face might have been putou the Rev olutionary struggle As it happened antd informed Washington The ringlead er was hanged After General Arnold had deserted Sergeant Champe attempted to kidnap the traitor and bring him back to Justice By a mere accident the scheme failed as Arnold moved from his house only a few hours before the attemp- was made Cbampes failure was re Howtever the British General Prescott sametmeans near Newport in 1777 More recently the capture of General Stuughton by General Mosby will be re membered Mosby with twentynine Confederates went into the Unioncamp at Fairfax courthouse and escapedlden tification He found Gen Stoughton asleep in a house used headquarters The Union General awoke when he heard the neme of Mosby uttered Raising himself in bed he said Have you got him Hes got you wa the reply from Mosby Stoughton w successfully carried through the to General Fitzhugh Lees camp before any alarm was given The tract of land known as the Rio wa Commanche and Apache reserva tions one of the few left in the Indian territory will soon be open to actual settlement It comprises about 5000 000 acres lying between southwestern Oklahoma Indian Territory proper and Texas and reported to be rich and productive land Nearly 1000000 acres will be apportioned to the dans leaving about 3000000 to be open ed to white settlemeut For those contemplating taking land it is im portent to know that the rush syste has been abandoned Notice of t openiog will be advertised and cation must be made to the officer in charge of the reservation who wi award the land by lot Those dra lug alottments will know where their 3land is located and can make the necessary tiling while those blanks will have to return some is estimated that the opening up of this re ervutloll will add about 30000 to the population of Oklahoma giving that territory considerably over 400 000 people a number which will ha an important bearing on thi queitin s of statehood An exchange Mile ofa young Ilady t nchr t h glvhr xpnri once us follows Iwas trvila to teach little Johnny spall pronounc the word feet Aft many trials I succeeded in tent t1gis a cow has four of which I have aOBwerwaslp tnat I wished the and would ope swallow me tjp to hide the shame on my face as the entire school tittered at Amy embarrass moot and Johnnys unexpected ply Ill never never nyk ih question gain if It acb school n Y lif iift t r IT It the United Stat s Isoot InvolvedJ trouble with the CubansMt be the fault of the American officers now stationed there A few days ago Gov Gen Wood Undertook to suppress newspaper that published cartoon about him and last week Capt Lucian Young a naval officer tent two other editors to prison for sixty and thirty days because their paper accused him of lying Capt Youngs remedy in the United States wolld be in a libel suit or in personal demand for satisfaction and his attempt to send men to prison for questI- oning his veracity is an interference with the freedom of the press In way that would not be tolerated in America and should not be in Cuba The President should send officers to Cuba whose feelings are not set with hairtriggers and who have sense poststions to resent personal insults FloodrWashed down a telegraph line which Chas C Ellis of Lisbon la had to repair Standing waist deep in icy water he writes gave me a terrible cold and cough It grew worse dally Finally the best doctors in Oakland Neb Sioux City and Gmaha said I had Consumption and could not live Then I began using Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles Positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds and all Throat and Lung troubles by T E Paull Price 50c and 8100 Probablyvary few people are aware of the fact that a large proportion of the eggs used in the country go Into the manufacture of some article other than food The calico print works use over 40000000 dozen The de mand from these sources increase fas ter than the table demand They are used by book binders kid glove manu factures and in finishing leather IMarion Kooke manager for T M Thompson a large importer of fine millinery at 658 Milwaukee Aven ue Chicago say During the late se coldtwhich kept me awake at night and made me unfit to attend my work dur ling theday One of my milliners was taking Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a severe cold at that time which seemed to relieve her so quickly that I bought some for myself It acted like magic and I began to improve at once I am now entirely well and feel very pleased to acknowledge its merits For sale by M Cravens An old lady being told that a certain lawyer was lying at the point of death exclaimed My gracious Wont even death stop- that mans lyingTitBits AWomuns Weariness Womans sensitiveness make them subject to more intense weariness than men The melancholy dopres oh d exhaustion thev suffer s Mm tilth uction of their uramf hni lad the system with lniiuiitie JioiMl the blood and shatters their nenoi Morleys Sasaparilla and Iron will cleanse the system revitalize tin nerves and give strength and energy Sold by agents in every town 1Tom Reed exSpeaker of the House and surnamed the Czar has become a director in a big life surance company H has uu ummbition and is looking out for tht main chance 11Any cough is serious enough to war 7rant prompt attention It is what it may result In that mrkes a cough dan gerous For all slight and stubborn coughs for gripp lung force bronchi tunItdy so ngrccHble and harmless or so promptly effective as Morlys Honey Pectanil Price 25 cents Ask your druggest YeSecretary Wilson of the Prey dnitV Ciitiiiet says a year hence the United HtMite will raise all the rie requiredwithin the country jTisEusyTu Feel Hood foundda KingseePrw ConhAgute Purely vegetable never gripe or weak Iten OojT25c at T E Paulls drug store It is now time for the stockmen to advertise their stock In our judg thnvery s do but little towards advertising as they are rarely ever seea but a few miles from home their purpose In the tmaiD ifi to set forth term The iets1 read liy 5XX pvoiiit every week is hawlle vertise iu this I s 3 EWE1PCOtRegistry 11 t This certifies that L H Cab of Camp Knox Ky has registered lathe Register of the National Saddle Horse Breeders Association of Louisville Kythe bay stallion Jewel Peacock foaled May 131897 Marks four white feet PEDIGREE level Peacock is by Peacock 498 he by Blue Jeans 3 Dam JewellaC 1304 by Jewell Denmlfrk ill second dam Dew Drop by Artist 75 third dam by CabvlPs Lexington F S I B NALL Sec Sold and transferred thii 21st day of December 1899 to D B Powell East ForkKy L H CADELL Jewel Peacock will stand at my stables 2i miles east of East Pork aud will serve mares for 1000 I will also stand my twit and five year old Jacks Bessel and Tmi at 300 4000D DOWELL East Fork Kentucky Wilmore Motel illW WIL3IORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky IthanGood sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached YETINERY SURGEON Pistulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any sur class work done atfair prices IQUAR ANTEE SATISFACTION I am axed to toke care of s Jt S D CIIENSIIAW lmile from Columbia on Disappointment BRUNERC0 11nOLESA- LliPRODUCE DELEHS We charge no commission on flutter foul try and Egg Also guarantee highest market prices 471 I3rok Street LOUISVILLE KEJSTOGIvT FRANK M BALLENGER WITII RoblnscnNortoiiicGo WHOESAE Dry Goods Notions Ftoar LOUISVILLE KY t JtQmJ tfiBlacksmiths + AND Teed VVerk rColumbia Ky I amprepared to d o all kinds of wore in my line and if you need repairing done on your Wagons Buggies or Farm Implements remember meg I keeps for sale wagon and buggy tires rims spokes and all kinds of bolts My prices are right anti catls faction guaranteed Give mo a call LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live- Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 84 0525 75 Lights111ppingr 1 254 Best butchers 4 15 4 50 Fair to good butchers 3 5023 VCommonnoos Choice packing arid butch ers200 to 300 ibs rf 010 Fair to g odpa kJng100 to oolbs 600 Good to extra light 12 to 100 ibs JftGo- cd SHEEP AND LAJn to extra shipping x 94eeph 3 00i3 5 Filr to good j 53 CflBamostQiiediusj 2 102 tl uestfns7 for Women Are you nervous Are you completely exhausted Do you every month If you answer 4fycs to of these question ills which Wine of Carduicures Do appreciate what meet healthwould be to you After taking Wine of lardui thousands like you have ized it NwVous strain loss of sleep coldor indigestion starts menstrual disorders that are not noticeable at first but day by day steadily growf into troubl some complications Wine of Cardintad just before the menstrual ftriodwill keep the female system in ect condition This medicine is taken quietly at home There is nothing like it to help women enioygood health It costs to tt this remedy which is endorsed 6Y1000r000 cured women Mrs Lena T fri burg East St Louis saysUJ am physically a new woman my use of of Cardui andThedfords Black Draught la cams requiring special directions ad dress armptoma Tho Ladles AdT5 err Department the Chattanooga aloe cine Teen Mr John 31 han of Oalloway county hats resigned as a clerk in the Auditors office and has accepted a po sition on the editorial stall of the new Democratic paper which Mr Urcy WooJaon will launch at Paducah Mr Moloan is an exxporienced 0ourna is who takes kindly to politics and has been very successful in both fields Almost Blind Mr D Kessing Bannock Ky says My little four year old girls eyes were so weak from birth that she could not stand any light at all Was treated by several physicians without benefit My neighbors persuudcd me to buy Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron from Mr ODaugherty Bannock Ky Three bottles not only restored her sight but made her stronger and healthier than she ever wrs in her life Sold by agent in every town Tho State Prison Comm sson awarded a contract to the Tennes see Shoe Manufacturing Company of Memphis for the labor of 150 convicts at the Ed penitentiary at fortyfiveconts a day This is the highest price ever paid for convict labor in Kentucky MIUCKLE IROS Netiee Dept NewYerkCkyNY 0rr r Ir PATTERSON HOTEL JAMESTOSKN KVl ML Vice No etter It is new elegantly at pliedwIth best in B PATTERSON Proprietor 1 IEGER a MIliliER WHOLESALE aiANUFACrtniEKS OF SflDDIiES Harness and Strap Work Fourth Avenue Represented bu dp HIM IlOUlSVlIiliE I y J BUCKNKR President BUCKNER President uckner Tobacco Warehouse 60 INCORPORATED 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND MARKETAND 216220 TENTH ST LOUIS ILLE SPECI7 tTT6NTION GI3LEN PRIUJnE SALes Foun MONTHS FREE STORAGE Independent House Mark your BUCKNER HOUSE CORCORAN DAISY PROPRIETORS Lebanon s Marble s WorksJLEBANON KY Manufacturers of and in all kinds of IN MARBLE GRANITE rnt tl IIPRCE3 LOW W0WEC GVARAN1 QED Special attention to cemetery work less than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts etc WM F JEFFRIES Local Columbia Ky rbuckles famous sted C EE f The tow price at which Arbuckles famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage- as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get In any coffee at anywhere near the same price J fIdefinit place cane found than tit the above named hotel furnished and the ta ble all times sup the the market affords Feed Stable con section J 172 ICV Hhds OF THE dealers given Prices Agent other other skfllr other