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R TBWADAIR OO1MTY NEWS = VOLUME 4 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 8 1901 NUMBER 26IPOSTuFFICE DIRECTORY J Russell Postmaster Office hours week days 700 a m to 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY Clacu1TCouRTThree sessions a yearThtrd In May and Monday In January third Monday third Monday In September Circuit JudgeW W Jones AttorneyN IL W AaronCommonwealth s SheriffJ W Hurt Clerk Jno Coffey CconTllrst Monday in each month Jud Butler County AttorneyJas rnett Jr Clerk T It Stults JailerS H Mitchell Assessor Dradshaw SurveyorR T McCaffrec School SuptW Jones Ctfroner Iieonard Pletcher court second Monday In 7 Hcgular ach month JdgeJ W Atkins orneyGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRE8BYTERIN BonKsvuw MTRev T P Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundaytchool at9am ereiy Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODISTrSTEKBTRCT W P pastor Services firt Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday pastor Services third Sunday In each month lindayschol every Sabbath at 8am Prayer nesting Tuesday night OHBISTIN CAMPBEitsvlLiis Elder L Williams Pastor Services First Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES is MASONIC No F and MBegu ar meeting In their ball over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon In each month WM T R Scca R No meets first Monday night In each month- J KMUBBELLH P w W Secretary e BTTGZ2T3SS CAJ3DS PJl CAPS Ul1L AFUR k iiOl 117t i r lit jjjoo 41 fI coKERRY W EEJ 4esvr l 4lifl 1 t Also Dealer in FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHR STYLISH BRANDS Remember the place West Market Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0SSTThe above Hotel has been ret- ted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable good sample room Feed stable at tached COMMERCIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWNrKY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors 0 TdandHolt looks after the culinary department and sees that the table Is supplied at all times with the very best the market affords The proprietors arc attentidl and very polite to guest Good sample rooms and the building Is convenient to the business houses First class livery attached to the hotel Terms very Seasonable Lebann Steam Laundry LEBANON KY 0n rnOROUGHLy equipped modern f laundry plant conducted byexper fenced workmen and doing as high grade work as can be turned out any pla o in the country hon c institution Work of AdairI Russell Taplor und Green solicited Wt JOHNSTON GO Pr REED MILLER Agents Columbia Kentucky Bllo and all othof obitriction to goOd haaltU aro immediate remold ftO the Liver Stomach aticS Bol W Mo Iko aoldpbt 1 l rWhatqpoverty Can Do American public life is full of examples illustrative of the discip line which povorty brings to bear upon formation of character We are prone to look upon pov erty as something to be dreaded but poverty plays an important part in the economy of civilization and under existing conditions poverty is just as essential to the happiness of mankind as wealth Perhaps few of our readers have ever considered the subject in this light but there is nothing strange or revolutionary in the statement Suppose wealth was universal Who would cook our food Who would be hewers of wood and drawers of water Who would perform the menial duties of life Who would stoop to the lovel of the countless humble vocations which are so essential to the well being of society to the conservation of the health of communities to the existence of government and to the progress of the world along industrial commercial and scientific lines If wealth by any mi- aculous dispensation should happen to become universal it would not be long before the wheels of human activity in every direction would be checked j disease would establish permanent headquarters m every populous center and civilization would soon disintegrate and decay Of course if poverty was univer sal things would be almost as bad So the welfare of the human race best subserved by having uu admixture of both but between the two it is more than likely that the human race could exist longer under the reign of universal poverty than under the reign of uLi versal wealth because in the be ginning the world came up from universal poverty and men managed to exist by tilling the soil and getting what supplies of food anda raiment they needed direct from natures storehouses In the progress of civilization poverty came before riches But when we started out we meant to speak of the disciplinary value of poverty rather than of the part which poverty plays in the economy of civilization andI so we return from this digression Examining the history of this country we find that the men who have been chielly identified withI its political educational commercial religious and social life havoI come up from the ranks of pover ty having known what it was to suffer in the severe school of ad versity and privation But they made good use of the difficult les sons of experieuceaud consequently they found in adversity just the discipline they neededto develop the inborn capabilities which na ture implanted within them for the welfare of the race We have just come across some interesting data beariug directly upon this line of thought In the current number of Success Mortimer A Downing discusses the early careers of the differentmem hers of President McKinleys cab inent and from this article we get the following information At tho age of eighteen the vari ous members of the cabinet were thus engaged Elihu Root was teaching school in one of the towns of New York John W Griggs was serving his apprenticeship as a law clerk on a modest salary Ethan A Hitchcock was employ ed in an humble capacity in an ex tensive commercial establishment Lyman J Gage was working in a bank on a salary which barely supported him Charles Emory Smith was a compositor on a newspaper and John D Lout and Jas Wilson wereplaiu farmer boys So poverty instead of being a curse is ofttimes a blessing the extent of which depends largely 1toritAtlanta CoustitutionI Chronic Sore Leg Mr JlUcbIfdsonhad a running on Jjis leg for twenty years Trieldocc auoy druirgibt Hartford Iowa recommended Dloreleys SaKbparllla and Iron to euro the cause Or the sore and math it heal from the inside A few txittlvs cunfl healsrh than he bas c n In lor 0 3ears As yi nr8r r gist I ik It is Not What You Have It is not what you have that makes you happy saya Gov Bob Taylor in one of his lectures The happiest man I over saw lived down in Tennessee and he was not rich but how he could eat Before him bacon and beans ands buckwheat cakes melted like the baseless fabric of a dream at wak ing time He was invited to a banquet and fasted for three days to get ready When he took his place at the t uquet board and the first course as served he was very much disappointed at seeing nothing but s p But he was determined to make the best of the situation and ordered soup until he was full to tho neck Presently the waiter began bringing in the quail and toast and other things until the table fairly groaned The fellow looked up and exclaimed What a big fool am IHere J sit full of soup and the feast has just begun Live Stock Report- If the horses are constipated give them linseed meal potatoes carrotsp etc Variety of feed is very beneficial A pinch of salt and ashes will keep a horse from having colic It is also a specific against worms Let all the swine out to exercise duroe ing good weather Without exercise and roll air there cauuut be perfect healthnThere is no such thing as giving cows an opportunity to driuk too often They hould have water where they can sip it at will a little ut a time One ton of manure from hojis fed on middlings is worth as much fur fertilizing purposes as one tju from hogs fed on coru Give the brood sows a cooling and nitrogenous ration Hoots and vege tables clover hay on which the leaves have been retained et have a very beneficial effect on the digestive organs nd improves the general health and thrift of the sow There is probably nothing more conductive to unsound feet and legs of a horse than to allow manure to accu mulate behind him that he must stand on with his hind feet thus throwing his whole body including legs and feet into a strained and unnatural condition The First Twenty Years Live as long as you may the firstt twenty years form tbc larger part of your life They appear so when they are passing they seem to when we look back on them and they tike up more room in our memory than all the years that come after them Take good tare of the first twenty years of your life On the use which you make of them your happiness and usefulness in after years will very largely depend See that they are spent in learning right habits ami cultivating good tastes Beware of si Cough A cough is not a disease but a symp turn Consumption and bronchitis which are the most dangerou and fatal diseases have for their first indication a persistent cough and if prop erly treated as soon as this cough ap pears are easily cured Chamberlains Cough Remedy has proven wonderful ly successf u and gained its wide rcpu ftlion and extensive sale byits success in curing the disease which cause coughing If it is not benefichiVI twill not cost you a cent Iur sale by M Cravens It is worthy of cote and cmpha sis that the Yankee is the first to stand out against the areed of the Powers t utliultl r li China by exacting all indemnity far unto of all reason lid away Ifrnltlilwr ability to pay Uniile Sans ru fuses to be a party to any uire BOUable denumls upon China and this is no Yaiikeo trick r A ltsJJJHiB KourlHjf Flood Washed down a tel rilllh line which OhasC Ellis of Lisbon la had to repair Standing waist deep in icy IwaterJIe write gave me a terrible cord Red cough It grey worse dally Finally the best doctors In Oakland deb Sioux Oily and Gmaba said I had Consumption and scold not live Then I began using Ir Ivinirs New Dsnv cry ami wits wholly ciintl tiy hlx bofc ties rosUlvely puaniit td for fouiilK D liis and ill Thro itauii LII ltroubfeSiby T TL LsiliH 1riiv 5t1th pl r r T Honorthe President President MeKinley is making a trip which will include many Stales of the Union in Its itinerary especially those of the South end Pacific slope bring ing him In personal touch with a vast representation of American citizeti The President will be heartily welcomed by the people whom he is now to visit His great ofilce demands such a welcome and it will be a pleasure to all good Americans to do fitting honor to the President of the United States Although the majority of the voters in the Southern States are opposed to Mr McKinley politically the South will welcome the President with asI great heartiness and as genuine bos pitality as any other section of the Ion Mr McKinley himself is descry edly popular with the Southern people having done more than other Republi cans of recent years to develop a better feeling in the place of oldtime sectional hatred It is reasonably certain that the Republican press throughout the country will seek to make political capital of the friendly greetings which thegep ie of the Southern States will un doubtedly extend to the President His reception will be heralded as the beginning of a stampede of the South to Republicanism It will be announc with a great flourish of trumpets that the next national alignment of the two great parties will devclop a se uns Southern disfrctiun from the Democratic party Sensible men will not be misled by these misrepresentations of the sini1 cance of the South s hospitable treat ment of President McKinley lheISouthern people will honor the President because he is the President not because they have abandoned their Democracy for Republicanism Mr McKinley will have a good time in the Southwhich is much more than can be fold for the Republican candidate for President in lrotSt Louis Re public Double Crime Owensboro Ky April i9Speclall At Rumey McLean county about dark tonight David Burton shot his wife In frontof her fathers house more tally wounding her and then riot himself through the heart killing himself instantly Burton and his wife had only been married a few months and livid in his city where he was employed at Moms hoop fact ry She was the daughter of John Story of Rumey McLean county They did not get along and a few weeks ago she left him and returned toher fathers house Today Burton went to Ramsey and going to Mr Storys called Mrs Bar ton to the gate and tried t pcrmide her to go back home and live with him When she refused he drew a pistol and fired at her twice inflicting mortal wcuod The woman immediately gin to hcreara and her sster rushed out of the house Burton also made an attempt to fire at her but the pis tol faileJ to explode He then turned the weapon on himself and shot him self through the heart dying instantly County Judge Stevens of McLean county was sent for and quickly im paneled a jury and held an inquest over the dead mans body Dr W Gates of Calhoun called to see Mrs Burton and he say she is mortally wounded and canto t live through the night Burton was thirtylive years old and hiswlduw is twentythree He Kcpt His Leg Twelve years ago J1V Sullivan of liars fiird 01100 scratched his lest with a rusty wire Incarnation and ijlOi IOisng wt In For two years he suffered Intensely Then the best doc tar urged amputation but svnccI o usedone bottle of Biitfisaid112 of Buckleus Arnie- Salve axjd my leg was squad ana lve as everJJ Fur Eerptious Exzema Tetter Salt Rheum Sores and all blood disorders Electric Bitters has n rival on earth Try them T E Paull will guarantee satisfaction or refund money Only 60 cents We put vp tombstones made of stat thou marbles from 8300 up full in scrlption on each one We cut stones n any shape and cutabyiuing then yfU may desire irtso naked pJcateof of any jtono you base or wish one cu lib v hen too bare set up if tht regutdr is 11r Cagipttdlevlll gY z Ja 1 1 FrllIDt a Blacksmiths i AND Wo0dworkerColumbia Ky I amprcparcd to d o all kinds of work in my line and If you need pairing dune on your Wagons Buggies- or Farm Implements remember me I keep for sale wagon and buggy tires rims spokes and all kinds of bolts My prices are right and satis faction guaranteed Give me a call Loan Office Life Insurance Policies BOUGHT FOR CASH OR OANED UPON Farm Timber Lands Optioned FOR SALE OR EXCHANGED ON SHORT NOTICE We Furnish Abstracts to Deeds OIL LEASES T1 CRESS P Monticello Ky Office W n Cress Co Ally Dw B G Goldstein Optic SpecialistsOo c Fourth flue Louisville Ku Consultation and ex miuatfon KIIEE These geatemen are professionals of long experience being sons ot the late Goldstein who was known as an optician throughout Kentuck Tho Guest Glassuicau be furnishedd on short notice Drs Goldstein Employs No AGENTS Columbia DGanipDellsville Staoe Line 0 GOOD STOCK COMFORTABLE STAGE SAFE DRIVER u Courteous ftttentionto Passengers Leaved Columbia a m and makes connec ion with Lousville train Leaves Campbells vlIle32 p m Jl1slur er lfrial of Louisville train Dst ycxe pt Sunday Calls at Marcnm Ho tel promptly attended to Express at Reeds ft Taller GEORGE LEE Prop BRUNERC6 WHOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Duller Pout try and Egg Ala guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Street- LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY FRANK BALLENQER WIT- HKONllSCThNOrtOllR Go WHOLESALE Dry Gods Notions Etc LOUISVILLE KY cISONlI0S CO IlBLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS- o COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared jo do any kind of work in our lino in flrafcclsiss order We have been in the business tOr25years and know howtoda work tOur prices are as low reasonablet gillYC01m rY p at market value Glvet usickll ltop near ColUmMUlCp i irx l r J H SMITH CO FONT HILL KT WUOARE 01 General + Merchants r IIAVEJUSTI Added UNDERTAKERS GOODS aid will keep for quick notices all kinds of Collins from the finest to the cheapest A COllin can be trimmed and sent out in a few hours attar notification i They Solicit Your Patronage promising to give satisfaction in prices and quality of goods When in need of anything in their line give them a call Jordan Peacock Go to Qrayville and breed to the best Stallion inQ W1 Kentucky at 1000 moneydueinor mare removed from the neighbor hood Jordan Peacock has proven himself to be one of the best breeders in Kentucky Ills culls have been shown against the best horses in the State and have always been winners Jordan Star the twoyearold was shoWn in twentytwo rings and wen 1 will my two fine at s to a mare with foal due fact is or marc from The are line and the I also Will the at to 150 per in and the best at the call on me 1 T at tl a ad IiliiR ing in If ou some pricesbreedriii f of near owns of that be pur for less than slip each Ills base born sold to my frot J100 to I ouVit his to he or no pay GOV ST JOHN AND JOE stand jacks insure money when ascertained moved neighborhood jacks breeders their colts always bring highest market price Cbicigo Fertilizer 8125 hundred When Gradyvilie want goof lowest prices handle All care will to occur but nut aiy I irnivs t f 0 ts tor or fcd at cost in the way etc me a oil IN 1 aso a of can be at very I a line of on N No3sl4 Boa er eaarterkp money Our many styles of high grade V and horse X 772 tar ai Prop iKno better to stop a hotel Goo sample room table roast Stable atuclied i twentyone several of them model rings want Columbia three Jordans cult cannot chiHvd wlfcs certain knowledge ANTES colts sound taken prevent accidents should IGot r week everything of Dry Goods Notions Groceries Hardware Supples 1L 4 iraclilnes Corn Drills iGive W L GRADY Gradyyile W TSTEPHENSDEALER Dry Goods Notions BpotsShoes keep large stock CLOTHINGwhich bought the lowest prices have nice MILLINERY hands ELKHORN KENTUCKY You Get tthe Profits I Tithalueh IIcSelling Carriages satisfactionyour complete Illustrated freeX blankets DirectN1 title OhioJ Ito Hotel WM TVICXpRB Qr4d vilet Kentucky YUERE eabiJtednam place firsWlafe 13atelvery cable responsible Obnrne Chas Rosenfield BrL GENFRAL lOJ1JIIS 1QN luEHeuANTo r 125 West Jslfeaon Louisyilfe E4 fShtplnent8 elf EgB hr a solicitedPoultry RKFKIKNCCK Gfr r titan Inkorkncn llAfak Uradstrects rJ A en r A8antExpf re Co 1 sr bIrnr rim iIR COUNTY ms r Published Every Wednesday I BY TILE Adair 1dm pUCCOftPOHATO r HARRIS EditorCRAB s Aenlcl to thetnteorrUn v3pt1rr peopleto t Entered the Columbia Iostoftlcentlecond clus mail matter i SUBSCRIPT N RATES t ONBYBAR 1C MONTHS ADVANCEht WEDNESDAY MALL- UNCEMENTS f FOR COUNTY CLERK COOLEY We are authorized to announce PT a candidate for the office County Court Clerk to the action of the of Adair County subject ti emOcrat10partyI r h We are authorized to announce JAMES ABRELLa candidate for Jailer of Adiir ty subject to the action of the Democratic tar ty Boyle county jnrors are doing their duty Two wilful murderers were convicted at the term of cir cuit court just closed and the death penalty will be inflicted Hon John E Massie one of t the ablest men in Virginia died of laprippe last week at his a7 homo in Clmlottsville Mr Massie was a power on the stump and no Republican over put him flighttJacksonville Fla has suffered a great lose Firo broke out in the mam partof the city last week destroying 15000000 worth of property and rendering ten thous and people homeless Philips has aHcorner on corn so it is said and the price is rapid ly advancing The negro plays dice and goes to jail the poor white man plays cards and goes to destruction but the big fellows the money kings who gamble in stock bonds and merchandise be come powers in the political world and land in the U S Snate to 11 dispense blessings to their fellow men John C Underwood Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky under Les lie was awarded 25000 damages in his suit for libel against Editor Cunningham and tho Methodist Publishing House at Nashville e which prints the Confederate Yet crap The jury gave the plaintiff judgment for 15000 against Cun ningham and the publishing house jointly and 1Q000 extra against Cunningham After a five days raid through I the heart of the Letcher county kuklux country and into the bandoJohn Wright and his posse have returned to Whitesburg having f cipturoi J o h n Reynolds the wounded outlaw and having caught a bare glimpse of the other men wanted The expected meeting between Detective Wright and the buud of outlawsdid not occurI however as Judge Auxier of Pike ville refused to surrender Creed Sol ami Mart Potter to that offiI cer told there wad no inducement offered the kuklux gang to attack r him It seems that our editorial in last weeks issue in regard to the position of the Republican papers and leaders in this State toward the Ripley trial and its bearing on those who have fled hurt some un t known person in this vicinity to such an extent that the article was clipped and mailed to us It was marked in red ink and also con tained a Uppipg from some paper headed Will the Kuklux get Taylor and Finley On the Idipping appeared several comic pictures one with rope in hand marked Harris No name was signed and we do not know whoI would be so low so vile and so cowardly afi to attack us anony mouBly It shows to our mind that he endorses the murder of JMfr Goebel and that tie is foo stealthy and cowardly to come out in the open and meet the article in a manly way When a man is outC to back up his Ft viSviotipna iu a free country and c Sl he resorts to anonymous atr 4 tacks he has sank below thelevel l of common c Mcy anti reppect and is drinking the dregsof hums depravity If the article was so ob noxions or if it did not convey the truth rosppctable avenues stand Op11 for rcsniitmont Most us in IM n like u man if yon cant 8tHiiItho pressure of 1ho News n Ilnw can temperance people imo ceed in their work when ministers uphold the saloonkeeper At Bal timore lust Thursday Rev A Frederick Sterger a prominent Lutheran minister while address ing a body of whisky sellers by vitation from themJlaIdhI my self have spent many happy hours among YOUR nd in a saloon I have always been as safe as in my own home Temperance ideas are a failure Nature should have such little wants as a glass of beer for instance gratified I only wish I had the influence or the power to speak to your enemies and I will do it when I have the chance do not object to wine or beer drink them myself A preacherr entertaining such ideas should not only beremoved from the pulpit but ostracised from the society of all decent people President McKinley and party now touring the Southern and Western States are meeting with Idem nstratious of warm welcome at every stop This does not in dicate that the people are with him politically but that they re o gniz3 him as President of the greatest country on earth that they are loyal to the general government and respect its chief of ficer regardless of partisan views The President is making speeches short and appropriate at every stop and while he gives taffy and arouses the patriotism to some ex tent of his hearers behind the whole move is the deep laid plan and purpose to win the people to his Philippine administration and the Ship Subsidy Bill that will be pushed through the next Congress It is generally conceded that Gov Beckham will appoint Hon Jns D Black of Barbourville Cir cuit Judge to succeed Judge J H Tiusley who has been appointed District Attorney for the Eastern Kentucky Federal District No better selection could be made Mr Black is a profound lawyer a gentleman of very high charac ter He was Mr Beokhams strongest opponent for the nomination for Governor and when defeated like a true Democrat that he is took the stump for the nominee In giving him the appointment a jnst compliment will be bestowed GLENSFORK Corn planting is about overIThe wheat crop in this vicinity is not a failure by any means Prof Fred M Scheidler is visit ing his daughter Miss Lula E G Hardwick and Minnie White of Neatsburg are attend ing the Normal at this place Mr S R Ford who has been visiting relatives and friends in this community returned home a few days ago Robt Yates our overseer on the Glenville and Montpelier r ad is a hustler This road has been sadly neglected for several years but Mr Yates is getting it in goodC Wilkinson and family who have been living in Texas for several months returned to this place a few days ago Prof Horace Jeffries is teaching a very interesting normal at this place with seyenteen pupils in attendance Chapman Walkup have re moved their took of goods to their large twostory building on the north side of Main street They are expanding CANE VALLEYfMisses Nannie and Mattie Gri der of Cray Craft were in our city shopping last week J W Judd and T I Smith caught over 100 fish last Saturday Bro 2 T Williams filled his regular appointment at the Chris tian church last Sunday Mr Eugene Rico sold his interest in his stook of goods to his partners Sublett IJassie last week He returned to Campbells a villc where he jp emp theJCampbellsville Lumber Co J W Sublett was in Louisville last we k witbrcar load of h Coy Dudgeon is in LbuUvilfe this week on bu Maf- M 0 Wilkerikm and wife of Taylor connTywere visiting Hefire Sunday J WATSON Farmers of dais section are busy planting corn Mrs Harriet Robertson who has been quite sick for some time is improvingW Russell sold to WI Meuder of Campbellsvtlla horse for 110 Miss Ivy Willis Secretary of Egypt Sunday school reports an enrollment of pupils Mr Sam Naper and family of White Oak have moved tu this place to live Rev W P Gordon will fill his regular appointment a t New Church Saturday and Sunday night J M Smith photographer of Font Hill was here last week Mr Owen Hendricksou of Casey Creek takes an active interest in the Sunday school nt Egypt Misses Maggie Russell and Em ma Young went to Knifley shop ping last Friday CIhas er at this place for the last week J R Wade sold to H H Col lins of Campbelleville a cow for 25 Mrs Amelia Damron has re turned from a visit to her daugh ter Mrs J H Young Mr und Mrs Dave Rice were visiting the family of Mr Delaney Robertson Sunday ORADYVILLE Sacramental services at Union on the 3rd Sunday In this month A B Wilmore spent last Sunday at EdmontonG and family visited rela tives in Metcalfe county several days of last week Poke Mitchell land wife of Edmon ton spent last Saturday and Sunday in our city H C Walker wife and daughter spent last Sunday at Bliss with their parents ExGov and Mrs Hindman of Columbia spent a few days of last week visiting relatives on Big creek Our old friend uncle Geo Yates of Bradfordsville spent a few days of last week in our midst Children services will be held at the college on the 4th Sunday night in May Misses Kate Walker Mollie and Rosa Hunter spent last Saturday and Sunday at Nell visiting the Misses WalkersWe glad to note that Miss Amanda Asper who has been confined to her room for several months is rapidly proving She will doubtless be restored to her usual health in a short time Miss Lula Allen our efficient assist ant teacher in college was detained from school one or two days last week on account of a severe attack of lagrip Messrs J A Diddle H A Walker J J Hunter R L Caldwell and W W Yates spent a few days of last week on the banks Cumberland river fish ug having fine success We have fine prospects in this section for a bountifulcrop of fruit of every description May cherries will soon be ready for use Mr J N Coffey and wife of Columbia spent last Sunday with Misses Kate and Settle Smith Dr Bowling accompanied by Mr Wooderd of Canmer spent a few days last week making the eye a specialty In our place Messrs Lewis Moore C W Sparks and J T Shirley were damaged a considerably by the forest fires last week losing a large amount of fencing Durham Bros of Campbellville re of Smith SNell 80 hogs at 5c Mrs W T Moore accompanied by Mrs Charity Moore and children of Cane Valley visited relatives in this community last week Mr W C Yates In company with his sister Miss Irene while returning from this place last Saturday after noon their horse became frightened by the appearance of a dog and ran off Mr Yates in order to save the life of his sister turned the horse loose and they got out unhurt The horse ran about two hundred yards and became entangled with the lines and fell down The vehicle was demolished and the horse considerably hurt Died very suddenly at his home last Saturday night uncle Pyrus Nelson in his 74th year He had been in feeble health for several months but his fam ily thought he was improving until the summons came The deceased was well known in this part of the county having taught school here for a number of years He was a member of the M E Church and a member of the Masonic Fraternity His funeral was preached by Rev W W Bingbam and his remains interred in the family rying ground by the Fraternity He leaves a wife and several children and host of friends to mourn their loss JAMESTOWN Mr BlUie Pattern of Gainesboro Teupr who been visiting relatives at this c returned home W6dnes- 3Cesdaracg S A Simpson and Ella Graham were in town Saturday List Saturday Mr AMBlMpsonJr and illseee Llnnle Owens Addle loses Sallie Pattersoa and VertaHoltchap 41 l Dayi il pIring 492t Day spring is standard bred and registered lie is a beiutlful black 10 hinds high fine style good smooth limbs Ins tine irnn ttd is iu every re Sl oct combined horse PEDIGIIKK Day Sprint liy ivint Denmark he by Star Denmark he by Jones Denmark he by OM H rck Denmark the 4 mile racehorse and be by Imported IIelg ford th rou hl red First dUI by Lex ington 2nd damn by Steel Dust Srd dam ly Morgan 4tii damby Stump It is readily seen that Diy Spring is superbly on d and as1 sire lid has proven himself a wonderful breeder imparting to his iffi prints sire form and action the three essentials of a good animal Bois tired to saddle and to drive lie does b th in an attractive number and a large per ivnt f his cults do likewise Day Spring will mike thi won at my stable H miles from Columbia on Dis ipp lintwnt Creek for the nail sum of 8700TO ifiwm a living colt My j o TELEPHONE will serve tints at same place for KJOO on sable tcrniias Osr TYJuione 4s hands high years rd and I believe will prove a ictt breeder S D GRENSHAM 1t lJSSElJtU SPRINGS HOTELi KIMBLI iV Is iiuwni n for the Irtvet public Ihc year round It Is aittrge cnimuoduius hullrt Ing as the picture In Buttes anti isrunlirstclamio every pirlicular O04 VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro w eroned by Mcsdaniqs Margaret Tiukcr and Ellen Jones all took advantati of the excursion onthe Str Bunisidf down to Gainsboro Tenn They re turned home Tuesday reporting a de lightful time and are lond in their praise of the Biirnsidc Crew Mrs W S Knight and little daugh ter Alva visited her sister Mrs Llraie Helm of Creelsboro last week Miss Tiny Haynes of Denmark was in town Saturday Mr and Mrs J B Patterson and daughter Mary Snow returiiod home from Nashville Sunday Mr Frank Snow of highway and little son Harold are visiting the tutu = ily of Mr A H Baugh Born to the wife of W A Eastbarn the 22 a son Stanley tones Born to the wife of J H Stone tho 27 a daughter Miss Lora Snow of Rowcnu Is visiting relatives in town Mr J W Johnston vg5in town Sat urday Mrs W S Stone Misses Oea Gann and Effle Falkenbunr will leao Wed nesdav for Montkcllo to tumid tho convention of the W C T U Mr P E Falkenburg was In JFdatl cello last week Miss Olga Gann entertained quite a number of her young friends at her home last Monday night All prevent reported a nice time Mrs Berry McKinley o SewHUm Is vlsltlo her Daughter Mrs JHSx r FROM CAIP ELL VILLE Jo tie Chandler an Occasional Cfontrib utor Writes an Interesting etter A colored man named Sam Fisher met with a most horrible deaUi at 8 a m on yesterday He ran over train from Lebanon eeiandhis head being torn from his body and every bone crushed Illsremains were scattered quite n distant along the track A piece of flesh left ai the do pot was found sticking to o cmr wheel i There are two theories rti to b iw Hi came t j his death One Is ihnvhc odd intoxicated and went to sleep onjhu track a mile above town Another is that he was robbed and murdered and his body thrown across the track It i5 said he had some paper aud stiver money none of which was found ex cept 102 found with an open pocket knife some distance from where he was struck The return train again rrfn over the mangled body which was not found until Sunday morning It seemS that tho trainmen were not aware ofI the tragedy either coming or going Coroner Wright held an inquest early Sunday morning and the verdict was In accordance with above account The man is said to have left town at dark for his home on the railroad some distance abojc town IIs was soine what under Inlluencc of whisky 1Tooforceful speaker indeed He sticks mills text and whenever be Is done be qui ts His familarity with the Scripture is remarkable A vein of sincere piety and deep devotion to cause of which he is ao able expounder runs through his discpurses There Is no cant or bombastic oratory about him His power of condensation is somewhat marvelous Mtiltuuiinparvuisono- one Of his gifts He Is careful of what he says antI n1ea what jie says It is j ImIdeHeiscalcula9dib df great good Ij wish him all success here sand z olwJ r wherer r t A two werks protracted meeting commenced at tic oiumodtous 1rcs byOriao Church at tills place on Sun day Services iil be Held twice each day commencing at 030 a in and 7 It is b injf conducted by the regular pahr Il r Shive assisted Re Js ph Ilopperof Brndfordsvillu It would bjsuperflous to mention the well known abilities of Mr Shive Wherever knnwn1i has justly earned a wide reputation as a scholar orator and Christian gentleman He is popular with his church members and the community genertity- Ily the waywhat has become of the project of Ute Entuctric Railroad tween Ujls place acd Columbia Why oot bUIld This paper and the Courier Journal 150 per ye- arLQW RHTES TO CHLiFQBNIH VIA 6610 Fouf9 On April 2nd tit16th3rd and SOth 1801 sp diil tire say Culniiist Tick cU to many raliforaia points will be on sate at very IU1L ratty from points alone the Big Four Route Fur full formation nod particulars tie towbdules rats tickets cull on agents jhIr icoute Ntraddre s the Nndtsind WJ LYNCH W P DEPPE Gen PlltAgt Assistant CfNUlXKATI 0 S J GATES Gout Agt Louisville Ky Newly FumfahtO Atuorican 1ltn Per Day icr rs3eohf MEALS JSc 523WWafkeSt LOUISVILLE KY NIC DOSLGR flg- rRidharsollJD Co GOAWISSION ERGHflKTS 138 East Jenerson Louisville Poultry Game Eggs uutlButterolicitcu rj Rcfcrcnco German Insurance Bank THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE DBAT EKS IN Exclusive high Grade Boots and Shoes SOl JTiiwr Dcstrns Pant Fitting MiMlcrn Shot- s31CIourtit AtIIlle I QUI VILL1L s xy ri I E W HOPEWELL ALBIN MURRAY HOPEWELL MURRAY COIiUjVTBm KENTUCKY Lmety Feed iandI- N Sale Stable WITH HARCUn HOTRL FirstClass Rigs With Safe Drivers Furnished Day or NightDrum mers Rigs a Specialty HARRY B PYNE WILL S BRENTLINGER HARRY B PYNE CO r MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Secondhandand Machinery OE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue1t Louisville = = Kentucky aaooe BUY THE e FARMERS FRIEND CORN DRILL 00041 The Btst Drill Made iE Plants Corn Cane and Peas and has Fertilizer attachment We carry a full line of agricultural implements Dont fail to see our line and get our prices Our stock of General VEeiehatidiseIs complete in every line and our prices are all right Remember the old firm of W EAT WIItIA S Montpelier Kr BUY THE EVIPIE CO4IDRILL Shoe Blade or Wheel Cover Regul tied to drop any distance or any amount of fertilizer Also a ful line of Faros 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 JBFFBIBS SON Columbia Kentucky nSTABUSHIn It You Needa If Your Watch 15 OUT OP REPAIR Semi it to us we will repair it for you at as low CISI as good work will permit and warrant it r TO GIVE SATISFACTION We also carry a full line of Watches and Jew elry of every description Send for catalogue or call when in city Engraving FREE lRIOYGr RDET CO 404 W Market oulsvllle Kentucky Gorn Drill Come and Sees r THE EXCELSIOR h The cheapest ever sold in the country It works to perfection I also have a splendid line of Harness Bridles Saddles every thing fn the leather line The FISHER BUGGY warranted for 12 monthsand sold on the closest margin Call and see me J W JACKMAN Columbia Kentucky ED HURST j Independent Tobacco Warehouse BLACKLEY HURST CO AtTd1ICN SALE DAILY REURRNS PROMPTLY MADE i tJfi Ulnrk Your Hliibj INDEPENDENT HOVE 1L f iirTIMe IS MT HMND WHEN PEOPLE AKDISCARDING NOWTHE UNCOMFORTABLE GARMENTS OF WINTER FOR THE MORE COMFORTABLE raiment of summer All the requirments of the change can be found at my store for everybody bt1Y Goods All the new goods for Ladles Separ ate Skirts and Dresses in all new shades and fabrics I am showing some entirely new and exclusive styles for Ladies Waists in Albatross Challis Wash Silks Ging hams and Percales We are also showing some entirely new colors and figures in wash goods in all the bright and catchy styles Also have all the new shades In trimmings Silks Appliques allover ems broideries and yokeings f You be sure to see our line of White Dress Goods PERSONAL MENTION Mr John Q Elcxander was In town Mouday Johu T Harvey left last week f LexingtonMr Scearce Lebanon waslie re a few days lust week Mr Tim Bradshaw was in Camp bellsville last Friday KitownMr and Mrs Allen Walker were in Columbia last Saturday Mr Frank Jackman has about recov ored from a spell of sickness Mr J H Judd who is lying sick at Lebonon is reported better Mr W R Lyon made his regul a trip to Columbia last week daughteCampbellsville heer sister Mrs McBrear in Lawrenceburg Campbellsvillwas e Mr T K Powell who has bee sick quite a while wasout buggy riding last week Mr R M Tucker Jvnilley visited his daughter Mrs O S Dunbar this city last Friday representingHudson Monday looking for aged mules babyCaseysbar and family last Saturday and Sun day Mr J E Robinson and Miss Olive CampbellCumberland W Va attended the en tcrtainment atMaccabee Hall Monday evening SpriogfielOhio d Mr W T Price and Miss Ann e Eubank Mr Talmage Smith of Louis vllle and Miss Lorena Pile visited the Griffin Springs last Sunday afternoon Dr Clarence Grady whoss qualifi tions have heretofore been mentioned In the Nawlms decided to locate In Burksville and has left for that point Besides being up in his profession Dr Grady is a young man ofcxcellent t r social habits He is a total abstainer rcourteobearingthe citizenship of Burksville LOCAL JOTTINGS A few frying chickens on the market last week Communion Service at the Presbyt tcrian church Sunday morninge Judge W W Jones and Mr F M Frazer caught ten line baSs last Friday Lem Smith kllJcdttwentyfour pounds of fish one afternoon last week CWbooplngraging around the children on Caseys treeksMonday was county court A crowd was in town and business rea sonThe ably good tf Read the advertisement of J H Smith COt Fdnt nut publised 60 r first ifege toPFresh snick Percales Ginghams for oobVISCl itt set R Murrell Rev W F Martin will preach at MMOlive RusselL county next Sun ilaf at 11 hchdck r t r Ij r Notions Etc EteWe have some of the nicest patterns RochesFancyNeck Ribbons Everything that new and uptodate My line of Mens Ladles and Chil drens Hosiery is complete We are showing a large line of fancies and pairSpaceall prices but will make a few starters 5c yard for Heavy Brown Domestic lOc yard for Heavy Bed Tick 12J for feather tickingthat will hold lOcyard for Heavy Blue Cottonade FeatherWantedFREE Dont forget that I have largest stock of goods this section country See samples clothing WLWALKERS COLUMBIA KY We spoke to a number of farme last Monday who reported corn plan Ing about over Some few bad to plant orDirs Frances E Beautbamp of Lexington will lecture at the Presbyter r ian church in this city next blond night We bavejust received anew stock of Ladles shoes and Oxfords In Patent ds Dongoas c all the new styles 2t RUSSELl MUKRELL Quite a number of the good citizens of Cane Valley were in town Monday JiDohoneyand 1Theweektvery under the managementof Prof AII Balms Several young ladles of Columbia possessing enchanting voices favored withg a Our Spring tock of Mens fine sho s lienIs complete in t the new qualities and styles 2t RUSSELL MUKKKLL tRussellThey report no smallpox In that sec generallyre in a Eld Tobiis Huffaker will deliver tempertnco sermon at Casey ere Church the first Sunday in June at oclock a m He will also speak upon the same subject at night wlriwhas been taken up by Thomas near Esto ccountyand get her SrnniEnFront my premises Columbia a large red roan dchora cow For information concerning I will pay a rewardIWALKEII BUYANT oucaUndo Sol Ttirpcn will preach at Egypt next Sunday at 11 oclock also at Shiloh the 3rd Sun iap at 11 oclock and at Disippoinb nut shvjlletou he same day atft oclock livUbin the Milltown country died lasts Jurday She was a daughter of Dr W aeightnd is but a few days old Mr W G Conover who met with a stroke of paralysis two weeks ago is slowly recovering and it Is now thought he may get well lIe is the young t looking loop In Adair county Ills or age 75 years and we hope bis a strong constitution will bring hi around alt right WE Waller of Campbellsville rep resenting fife Tavlor Crate Lumber New York was on Caseya creeklastweek looking for red oak chestnut timber with the view oft Itupon the grounds cooperation meeting that was convene atSmlths Chapel on Friday nitfht before the fourth Sunday in this month has been deferred to the fitb Sunday in June A will ape eal in tit do ibty papers Ifl due tltD it LibVicfirst Sunday In June Rev 2 TWill Isms will lecture on the Holy Land m the forenoon and the evening will be devoted to temperance4spcecboj and slDgYflg Fre forall anFarmes d 15c fltr 54 Fancy Table Oil Cloth ShadesstOe pair for Vice Curtains 2t yards lotur CounterPunes toWearluuyard for TurlIY Red Table Linen 25c for Ladies Rudy to Wear Bon j15cjMade Bonnets 5c pair Ladles Black Hose Gc Ladles Sleeveless Vest of the liberal Organizationlo s lecture last Sunday night the follow- Ing 10ia1 action was taken At a meeting of the preachers of the various churches of Columbia held oa aychagitation and enforcement of the tat j perancc laws of Adair county Theorganization to be composed of the preacher and three members from each church in this town who will bo appointed on the various coinmittefs Presbyterian Church TF Walton II C Baker W 1C Grissoui G W Robertson Jlhptlst ChurchN B Cave J N ooser James Garnett Jr J N Page Christian ChurchL TWilliams U L Taylor A G Todd lames F Montgomery Methodist Church P Gordo J U Hindman WT T McFarland J W Atkins It is requested that the above mem hers meet at the Methodist church next Thursday night with all other t palRESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT The following resolution were atfop by Columbia Lodge No 00 F M at its regular meeting on the 3rd day of May 1901 WIIEHEAS Almighty God in wisdom has sera fit to summon Bro K A Strange to his eternal home Culumhekis 111st That In the death of Bro Strange we have lost a zealous Mason a good upright and honest citizen a a true gentleman tolid That we extend to bis faml thrcondolence 3rd Tba we wear the usual fridge of mourning for the usual period IfI iniuedtaero for our d brother er4h Tlyr these resolutions be spread ujion our rcord1 ropy thereof sent to the rm1 1IocrsIIr tin family of r brother sari that the lo cal pap TS be requested tri publish the sums T SruLrsr seTF WALTUN JAS GAISXETT BreakingatLast week Mr W II C Monday of Knilley lost a valuablo horse The horn wus in the pasture and attempt ed to jump a gully when ho fell and broke his neck Last Sunday Charles Hardwiclc was riding Mr bj Johns horse a good one when ti ic horse fell and broke Ills neck These two good in the same section passed over the broken route inside of wcekrmItisalamentable fact that the siib iiveof this community Is nut gro iiadbetter but is steadily en the du grade Temperance uicetlnjrs ate he thedoom of the drunkard pictured language forciblo and strong but e jug trade tones on List Frid theexpress brought six cr eight gal Ions of whiskey in about that many different vessels lo this town and it very likely that it was Ill cnmum dkeyones whb use it but it is an open rtt as to wpb 1cai t The dtsstpul- the talk t the UWb yet lid t3ntI alCehwill put an end Urthe iran putatfuu ot t liquor from a wblhkey town iota a IUhc- III option community As sun as you Il Shoes Shoes 150 for choice of Mens Shoes on Rack 100 for choice ofLadies Shoes on for choice Ladies Slippers worth and 50c pair for Misses 30c pair for Childs Slippers Tan or all uptodate styles in Mens and Womens custom made shoes high or low cut AI the my shopmade departed Slippers Dr G W Young of Georgetown noted Methodist divine and who charge of an organization perfected his Church and other denominations the State for the purpose of advancing the cause of temperance delivered very able sermon at the Methodist urch in this city last Sunday fore audIAt night Tie addressed a very large assembly upon the subject of temper ancc He advanced a number of n ideas presenting them in a strong a forcible manner Dr Young is e dently engaged in a grand work asking a united effort upon the part of all abiding citizens to aid him and his workers In putting down the evil of strong drink whiskey drinking is growing alarming and unless a bet condition of affairs can be brow about many of the young men of this county wilt be effectually ruined young men with marks of dissipation now plainly visible Miss Daisy Scholl a young lady well known In Columbia having been par reared here but who with her rents removed to Camp bellsvilli cvcral years ago was married at L anon on Tuesday the 30th ult to Mr G ceeorgeThe rites were solemnized by Rev A J Pike a Baptist misistcr brother ofI the groom Immediately after ceremony the happy couple left BiJhome in Livingston Mr F B Baie und Miss Maggie Baker accompanied the wedding party from Campbellsvillt to Lebanon sqodnot fail there will be a superabundance of cyery ing to eat grown in Adair County The wheat crop which was thought atone time to be a failure has co out wonderfully The oatcrop are all and corn planting about over E vegetables have already appeared the marker and the prospects for frig chek ns were never better culture is quite an industry in Adair and Russell counties and the indl tions point toll r c crops oflioncy As wolouk at Use situatiii we can see no cxcusu for ciftiplaint Hold y o breath it may be that we Dan speak ofI cut woruis next week anceMaMrof Adair counbas struck it rich in Oklahoma A few yearsrgo be went fromKansas to the terrlt and CIaTrthrough his section of the count and a strort time ago he sold his land tor1000 cash removed to a more Isolated portion of the territory and bought another tract for 81000 A ilroad is now being built tohis pres cut location making his last purcbace ry valuable Mr Murrell was rear in one and one half miles of Colum of offlMr Henry E Christie of Knox JMIsection attended religious services at rpjdath of his father Henry has been Fi the estate left to his mother connrunBea1tlorsls ol pIbroad ifelds ltD be Wtb grazing cd tb hundred head of tttle mutes Mal etc iJ Thrc is Wilt a Aick Jwidb jbjfiir e UblUbll f l Clothing Ete EteiHave you Inspected my stock of clothing If not you should at once We are offering the largest stock of summer clothing wsliave ever All the new weaves and flannels All wool suits So to 811 We have a nobby line of Mens and Boys hats all blocks and colors New Alpines rough Riders Plain Come and see them A large line of Mens and Boys and Childrens Straw Hats BuckeyePants particular for program acreshasin byTuwear at RltisdlC Murrells yeatoldhorse Mrs Lou Miller has had a new r put upon her dwelliogoccupied by Mr Hopewell saewCondand baby are doing well maawfrcaOnt will nice the entrance a fresh and inviting tpaanqVestsNeglljee fiRussellOur Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings are attracting the buyers est styles and fabrics 2t RUSSELL C MUKUELL ebThis is an opportune time for theIMunicipal board to look over the metery andif work Is needed Ii It done during the bright sun all days buggiesfor and and nders Call and see TIM BltADSUAW Mr II C Feese purchased a stock If undertakers goods which will arrive runic time this week He will beloca ted in the south east corner of the uare Mr G W Robertson bought from locgtEnrM Staples four for 00 siinpleasaBee her nt wnulil make them alnuist hnpas a br gcaul work rCUIIIIIII and five us a trial and our k and inalcriiil dos nfTt g yo u byyrble Works Campbellsville Ky tThe1alleyscleaned and renovated White ash aod limo tIIheysityk Mr Tim Collins has been examining peach trees He says while many of Ell the buds were killed during the cold soap three weeks ago the trees left with plenty and that the tads at duns are thatthere will be a good opwas this delicious fruit There will be preaching at fItlowlns places next Sunday Walton this city W S Dudgeon GiieadZT Williams Dunnville The F nreefllog Providence ll T JeSsec Creek J V RnnfK iHar j W P Gordon MFfQirmel Gradyviile CMDeeaorl B Cave Jamestown Paid Use since last reportJ J R A Mdntgomeryii DI Lend Pollard CampbclPBrpe had JSUI Willis ihew Wfkup W G fiarthctt N B Dohriney AR Work D CVSevelli J A Wlfrey W NStnituvRcy 1Y11 C Stndldgei nk den FritiBi vie tfrMlBPl 1 j IT JCbreir Fu attaclteduptoMy line of Carpets atd Matting were never so large or so low In price as this cutprlccs37c to the extreme low price of 25c per yard4styles to select from 12k for a straw matting is very cheap butt still surprise you how cheap we will sell them My stock of Cbairs Dining Room Chairs and Rockers is complete a prices that will suit you fFound at Last who have cancer Goitr wane mors Catarrh and partial hliudn and want to be cured without ruedi Dine or the knife will please write to IyNocurc meoafI will on Tuesday May 14th tbreeIon nad near Mt Pleasantchurch Teniis nf sale de known day of sale JAMKS WOOTEX Mr Eugene Rice has sold his Inter In the store at Cane Valley to his rtners Massie Sublett and has Campbellsvillee business man and his popularity own all over Adair and Taj lor counties hence the company made no mis take In securing his services- w Mr Carl Strange who far the past fifteen months has been employed on the Columbia Spectator surreade his position the first of this man tlAeavf piedaythat he will not be altogether satisfied until he again takes a position in some office Judge A P Simpson of JarnesG met ujth a very serious accident one day last week He was enrontc in wagon tit his farm seated upon a b rel containing fertilizer and in going over a rough place in the road the rel tipped pitching Mr Simpson to ground hurting his neck very bad He was arried home and for several days buffeted much pain He is now betterjJ B Edwards the postmaster at lphur Well Is in hot water He was with selling whisky and day lust week IVpury United Sta Marlnl Lung and posse went with a warrant to arrest hint lie saw ollicers approaching and fired at with a dnublebarrd shotgun Marshal roturntd the fire forcing I5d bruuIcegh4 to for further trlICiimuiissioiicr Wlnfr 1Ycstated upon the information uf undertaker here last week t Ell Burton who was the wife e merchant at Purdy was dead was a mistake but the uoderla he was correct when he bcamethe wife of Eli Burton when he should have alduJohn Ell M Barton is well enjoying fine heal 0Tbelcecreamthe Maccabee Hall Monday evcai largely attended by the young tJcoupleappearance ling the thnrfni hn nI i IllFdJductedice cool giJthaeaUSeveral married couples vto press sUdole hollleJ4ingeretahecaateacticr In this CoUnty fcr gei lulkreatJymissed klT1Jt1esesurvive The funeral ser4Vrere conducted by the Masonic J rul 1I Otroeetris 30 DAYS ONLY 10 lbs Granulated Sugar for 100 Oqly10j Ib good Green Coffee 2c Ib Soda i5c Ib nice clean Rice 2 large cakes Laundry Soap 5c 15c set Steel Knives and Forks 5c set Tta or Table Spoons 3Jc lb fur Wire Nail in horses shown Th first day tit May was snail hunt lie tlllw ant the following young la ssdiclok ad vanMze of tmdiitc Miss BessieUbtc Theautqiiatcrl custom was un riM early in the mornine find n t snail put it in a phIl entered withal irwould make the initials of your tvwfiitiirliiisbani The snails were path errd rd now the girls know who they Will liPTf tuv The merchant of Coiiinlii were 1not pirtitulirly rushed last week the wcitli rb ngdelifhtfulforcornplant ingnn Ia large lit rj rity of the farmers got their crops In in a few days the spring trade will npcn lively and cus turner will be swarming about our Thebuolnes uitibleawork knowing that he is the bone and sinew of the country Mrs Alfred Murrell wise home a few mile out of town cntcrritncil Misses Ellic Bradshaw Sallie Mont liarsthspent a most delightful day and dinsicticr how t make her friends feel at home han Mrs Munch She is full of ife and possessing a haspitabe dlspo thanwitPaulinerwhile in the Kcws office She came up Eubankthepresclyeluded to test how easily the work was and accordingly sit paced hi r tfootupon the treddle but to far over when the treddle tame upper foot wasfof 7erybetesinmernesTheMII uiMfls at k tu Mr fcwf Mniit 1lJrualcJCafiin that Mr Sinclair will agtin em luthekucxlshuslncssa5soonasaot anItsueskcrtynMr Sinclair Several gentlemen tu town bad fine fishthanfOldbutgallonn6twelve ulc5 luinnows in the versa en user the mouth with a piece of rrchmeut wjih small holes punched h it You tt en tie a string to jar and drop it Into the pelt of TheIme will swarm around the Jar iu two days they become very boos fociptJpuUtbem w the bank QJDSUWphiin Is a germ dlSe fJJe ms are every where but they Aumot hold ot you Unless yod iet your s ready tar them by neglecting a colJorfaUingtopryperlycurtfacoogb importont merit ol Moreley Honey Pectoralis that while it cures 0 r idrulJist i O TiJARV l1usejwere blessed with ninti children eight of whom l are still living so far as known to the family She gave her heart u to God before she became handaced in sin witht the Methodist Church South in the year 1852 juud endeavored to walk with God from that time until God called her from labor to rest April 29 1901 She was afflicted for seven years before her death and for more than two years before she bade adieu to earth she was confined her bed and suffered much dui those years but the grace of G sustained her and as she drew near the end of her journey she therself as being ready She was a kindwas true woman and the world is ter because of her upriget l Her children are good useful citizens May they have the everlasting arms beneath them in this time troublei service was conducted by the writer assisted by her pastor Rev James A Johnson JESSE L MURKEIL s Senator Hanna will no do kindly drop in at the White House occasionally during the absence ofled President KcKiuley to see ti everything is running in s shape He can depend on pro attention to business when MoKinley is in the stewardship but the other subordinates may not be discreet It is announced that David B Hill will make a tour of the Southern States next fall conclusion is of course quit movemtant to him for Presiden- the United States in 1904 hapsr though Mr Hill is going 44South merely to help some Demo- cratsa out at the electiont I Death Sentencea bigtoutslnce 3 oclock esterdaYafterDnon Jthe jury In the case of Eugene Mont the negro charged with murdering his fouryearold child to secure life insurance amounting to S35 re Nrned a verdict of guilty and tired the Jicnalty at death Jt iMontgomery seemed totally unmov ed by the verdict merely remarking to a negror asbe passed out that he waslJ to be hanged He Is a notorious character and liar served aterm in the penitentiary l Tiiiajs the second death sentence to be imposed this term of court Reuben Quinn having been sentenced last week J r for pTljkilling Policeman Crum namedJJThe Boer war has cost England 720000000 andit is likely that sum will be increased to a billion before the war is over The spectacle of what r n r was onCe the greatest nation on ea sUvm ofOJ in to gJVhosof Milwaukee is one which ough- make tmostlythe British public open its eyesw And in addition to the money cost the number of British lives lost in this war was higher than even they will admit tlIsaid that the cost of putting down his country would stagger hUe manity The aristocratic suburb Of Hyde Pare Chicago is in the throes of a rev olution and it is all on account of theJIiigh school There are 550 pupils to graduate from tbat institution thisVJ r year and asthe school hall is not Va rgeCary cnoughto hold all their friends and payFfor p ifs want to dispense with the exercises am altogether Somebody suggested to soon charge admission but the pupils scoff cure cd attlio idea In a Michigan townha t the whole graduating class served qa frost lice on the schqol board and Ia wIbatSold graduating exercises They say that it is too ohHashl ned and entirely tiresome Itwlllbe seen that H III school upllsar becoming very It pendent in ims 20th century of ours cat The colored manlQtire south r hqtbe able to make much headway as A a faruq f1ttltij hOg ts out of the no the Won of running into debt for IJght tuna uiods buggies organs and fancy lafoks 1M t M The Passing of the Confederate Soldier In the pa s iig of the confederate soldier much that is distinctive and noble in Americas character suffers loss The term chivalry In connection with the southerner is somewhat trite and a phrase of what was never the quality is sheer bombast and a stage role But it you would know what real chivalry is get intimately quainted with almost any graybeard who wore the gray This man the steel of whose youth issued froth the fiery crucible pure gold has given the world an example of heroism in peace greater than he gave it in war He has never posed and held out his hat The poverty tbat received him ragged and lean from the surrender has stuck to him closer than a brother perhaps whiingodwormwood cup but he is swallowing the dregs with the dignity of Selfre spect and the patience of a lofty m hood This relic of the Spartan breed never a swaggerer breathing pubifsdoing his duty as conscience taught him to see it and lie has accepted the consequences as such natures f trownlg tate God knows slow he has worried along to this good day lists is a volume of insight into the character of the living confederate soldier in a brief paragraph Georgia the right arm of the confederacy and obtn19 me home for her invalid and superanua veterans Of the thousands of atmInhadDIPm t Flowers for our soldier dead but bet ter that bramble and underwood obliterate their resting places from this generations memory than that their1J surviving comrades be left to totter alone in their dire necessities Ea lg1k1Y in the forced march of lireaandPerthe heads about to tall asleeppBut looking acrosS 10 the shade ofstocks tternal trees there is something that disturbs tbe soul of the confeder veteran more than fear of pent and death Jealous of the honor of hisal deeds he Is afraid of the historytJLet him be reassured We his sons and daughters will takeT Care of that for him foreverSu South Is in OnsUnclewaiting now with his part of the journey completed NerveousProbtratlondl vesMrsbujveousp1completelylife not worth living I tried man ysiclansand no end of nerve Hmodmerchant Maloy Iowa suaded me to try Moreleys Salsa ilia and Iron The very first hot went to the right spot for I felt a complete change and now otter using puSolden rthThere were five thousand car loads grapes marketed from the grapeIt ajvErieConcords Isabellas and Dela If the men got up a Fathers Cl and talked nothing but baby talk all woman would believe they nothing but drink cocktails No matter how erect a General maybe he is apt to lean more or less on his staff Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured that At one time I suffered from a se sprain of the ankle says Gee E ish editor of thc Guide Washington After using several well reccom And wended medicines without success andtried Chamberlains Pain Balm BulL pleased to say that relief came as that as I began its use and a complete will speedily followed This remedy relief been used in my family for India bitten feet with the best results say duwboby M Cravengtba verWagestortartD hIgherttiteartbltitbeybde andItnow wear aTCd necktie and reasterJ willSwoman can get engaged and have pile wedding all talked over la less ands they she can decide with anotherErtJ woman wbaft is the bostklod brc Darywor li 6t1 Now they Understand Now that the delegates sent toI Washington by the Cuban Constitu tional Convention have been fully lightened as to the logic and justice of the American attitude toward their country In the matter offuture rela lions between the two Governments it Is in order to hope tbat an amicable official understanding may soon be reached All that was necessary to this was that the Cubans should bring to tbeir study of the conditions of Platt amendment a spirit devoid of suspicion of American motives United States Governments notst ing to prevent the establishment free and independant Cuban Repu by means of a friendly protect ch shall effectually warn Europe to hands off Cuba when that little Gavernmentis finally established There is reoson to believe that than Cuban delegates now appreciate fairness of the proposition which out u a antces permanency to the Cuban Re lic while at the same time proper y safeguarding American inter The report to be made by the dele to the Cuban Constitutional Conve- tion should produce speedy and sa factory results If it is properly based on the facts in the case it will so strongly reccommend the acceptance of the conditions named in the Platt amendment that such action on tbe part of the convention will be inevi tableStLouis Republic Europe Stands Clear conEnglish fianciers are probably aking ise no attempt to participate tbe great bull movement on the New York Stock Exchange the amazing extent of which has both bewtl ed and alarmed the outside world The failure of Europe to yield to tbe magnetism of this movement seems to due to the factthat it sees no es pecial reason for such a movementC 1What has happened to justify a orsTthat even stocks which have never paid or earned a dividend are good In redvestmcDtsat figures away above theirThe value What is sending such up beyond the manipulations of interested outsiders European finaclers arc asking t ryquestions and finding no satisfactory min d situation seems to be simple people of this country are prosper o us great commercial and Indust Thnere a logical reason for a logical advance sound stocks that have already demo their dividendearning There is no reason for a wild boom There is no reason why stocks tbat have never paid or earned a di should be more desirable as merits now than before tbe wild boom began Remember tl truths It may mean money in your pocket GoodaCountless thousands have found a Kingspar hewIn hestipatioD Sick Heaoache Dizziness Saundice Malaria Fever and Ague and all Liver and Stomach troubles cs vegetable never gripe or weak Only 25c at T E Paulls d store is now time for the stockmen to their stock In our judg the newspaper that reaches the 6adothey are rarely ever seen but a thubmain to set forth terms The News Hdidgoodstock worthy and desirable dtvertise in this paper The Boer war has alreadycost the sou British government more than the Crimean war and the prospects arc the expenses are not all over etcher The great and mighty Brit as empire is about to become bank ruptand all to please Cecil Rhodes the BH jfh public seem to be sat tied ifis iartlrfo understand Mr J ed It is safe however to predict the British house of Commons not appropriate any money for the lied of the faminestricken people of this year and it is also safe to that the Irish taxes will not be re These two things may cause in Auglo Saxon affairs bpjy may help the cause of the Boers materially ernor covareDg hed had Itching Piles Theyre and annoying butBuckJens Arnicd alve will cure the worst case of on earth It has cured the urItFor Injuries Pains or Bodily tat Its the host salve in the cia rldPrlce 26e a box Cure guar n door t1db T pauU pull a I 1 a loung Women 1mdstrual disorders started at that time soon ThattheIproves this Wins of Cardui estab menstrualTrtvdon is started right a healthy life will youngofllicC1rduL There is nothing like it to tolonbottles at druggists Delia Strayer Tully an1 have suffered untold pin at menstrual pe notfeet was miserable Lave taken four bonier of cf Cwdul with Thsdfords BlackDrjht when rucdtd and today thetsthank for what you have done tesfor me dlreeisAdvisory Deportment fbe Chattanooga Jled Ciminoooua The News now nas thc roost com assortment of stationary job material and equipments It has over had We can please you if you need any thing In our line Consumption is a erin disease The germs are everywhere but they cannot derhold of you unless you get your lungs ready for them by iwfleetipg cold or falling to properly curry cough The important merit of MoreJ yiJ Honey Pectoral is that while it cure quickly it euros thoroughly Ask cur r bedruggist his paper andthe utter Journal 150 per year Standard Oil people hay not been asleep They have 1to chased the wharfage at Port Ar thur Texas The question of the trignl we ship our goodsLuThe farmer should know the prices naThed as that Uc fuingr so latter en deavors to buy to advantage in order to make a profit and the farmer is benchttcd equally as well when ho marketsbullas they give the area in ortatn crops and farmert0lessA Sam pie of Infamy One reason the as in of Senator Goebel has not boor discovered has been that the ofitcersof the State have formed their conclusions first and searched for their facts later Noth has been worth considering unless andConreason for the failure to find the nssss sin has been the cloud of false witness who have obtcured the horizon drawn from all quarters ofthe earth fundTruJsrugWhile The Times does not for a ment believe nor does it believe that the Louisville Post believes the above statement it republishes it as a fair of the infamous raetbodiTeni andewwart the punishment of the ssas sins of governor GoebeL enry E YoutScy Is riotr serving a Sentence in the Frankfort peniten r for the killing of Wnilnm Gnobcl Howard hasbccu cinvicted and sated to be hanged for the assas slnation of governor Goebol Caleb Poweft iSbas been convictedand sentenced to the penitentiary for Ufo an accessory before tlio fact to the murder of WillianfXifoebel It is true that the cases of both Howard and Powers have been ever but that signifies only that their doom has beck postpolied W S Taylor and Chas Finley Lave the State and taken refuge in In diana to escape trial for the murdejof governor Goebelar d a just punishment forthccrmepfTissassinatloni And yet IheJPost the prlnceofrun liars day after day issue after sue declares that the assassin of Coy Gnebsl has never yet beep dis ered and that no evfdencconncct the accused with this rmjst bloody liolrlble cytno has bepn uncover Glasg6jvTimcs r is said that a Lancaster niabsent folIoyingaoitejUihirfaiVJy physi n My wtrcS IJi a dcath5 Please caliand see if yuil carif her tliroiagb its 4 1 h VETIKERY SURGEON iistiilo Pollivi Splints 8urlo or any mr class work done fair pi ices ATlrfPAOnON am fixed to tote care of ti I OltBNSilAAVi- Nibunic on Uisappolntmuit Poima t Hose Belting PACKING J10J LHt TUnaS Wei Casing Iron Pipes Gfneral Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factory Supplies Ci on or address m AHREkS OTT MfG NCORPORATED Louisville Kcrtxucky GORDON 10 TOOMERY 4 tl 1 IffAa1l COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adair and adjoining counties Collections specialty druge= Oklahoma e ses a soil and cli mate spocialiy fitted for tbe production of broom cuteand tlis crop is iikr ly to r ceive nuicb attention in that territory readtfuents lu ews A Very iSeinarkablo K iuarty It Is with a good deal of pleasure rcoommend1OhlmbcrJaills customer seeing tbe remedy exposed use1estavedrmy tbe pis summer while at tbe bore Rod she became so enthusiastic over its merits tbat I at once made up mind to reixuluiend it in the fu re Recently a gentlemen came to my store so overcome with colic pains that he sank at once to the Moor I gave him a dose oftbia remedy which helped him I repealed the dose and in fifteen minutes be left my tore smilingly informing mo That he felt as wellasever Soli by M Cravens CJ PATTERSON HOTEL dTTT meST0WN KY nUCKNKR 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leaves the hands the grower until it the user a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchfulcare the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for ARBUCKLES 1 Roasted Coffee buys much more than a cents worth quality and trength pound Arbuckles Coffee will give you 4 more cupfuls better coffee than would get from other package coffees- Be get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations Arbuckles ahatpJlltareYon Ilk ld Addrew cOMMtQUMUoaB AUBUCKLE BROS Native Dflpwfmml NEW YCWK CITY J letter can found than above named hotel elegantly furnished and times plied market affords Feed Stable con section J B JM 1JUCKNERJ KY SPECIAL Mark Hhds dealers kinds given cemetery than offered JEFFRIES Local KV reaches s