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IL- i7if i TllEj ADAIfl5TfEWSVOLUME 4 COLUMBIA AdAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 22 19011NUMBER 28 POSTuFFlOE DIliECTOKY J Russell Postmaster Office bourn Ireeitdays700 a m to93J pm d COURT DIRECTORY CincciTCoBRTThre sessions a yearThird Monday In January third Monday In May and tuirdonday In flpt mbcr Circuit JudleW W Jones jommonwcaltik AltomtyN H W Aaron SheriffJ W Hurt Clcrt Jno Coffey 7CcunrPirsj Monday In each month Judge J W Butler County AttorneyJasGrmett Jr Clerk T R Stnlt Jailer S H Mitchell Assessor Brad haw Surveyor T MtCaffrce School SuptlvD Jc os Coroner Leonard Fletcher ConrT K9KularobuTti second Monday In acuraoutb idsfeJ W Atkins ornafGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY iPREs y rERt N Key T F Walton pastor Services peoond and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at9 a m Sabbath Prayer meeting erery Wednesday night MHTIIODIST BorKSviitE P Gordon pastor Services ant Sunday iiteach wonthI Sundayschoolevery Sabbath at a m Prayer mocUcg TJjursdayjilsht BPi1Sr GBEnasnuEO nev pastor Services third Sunday beach month Jaudayschol every Sabbatb at a m Prayer aieetinR Tuesday night CIIBISTIN Pjcc Eld Z T Williams Pastor Services Pint Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODtIES MASONIC No P and MRcgu- ar meeting in tholr ban over bank on Fri day night on or before full moon in each month WM T R Secj R A II No7 meets rst Monday night In ejich month JJi JIunnELL H P W W Secretary ncxrrcw csca t 11CGLOVES Also Icaer in I FINE STETS3N HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRANDS Remember the place 403 West Mar- ketflotolHancock BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky 4TJN1US HANCOCK Prop Qs6TThe sifoovc JTotcl has been retied repainted and is now ready for the comforwble accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable lood sample room Iced stable attached tOIIIIRIL HOTEL JAMESTOWN KY l HOLT VAiiSHAH Proprietors 0openeTandhasbad d loU ter tbe Sees that the fcibrc Is supplied at all times with the very be t the market affords The proprietors are teatlv and very poMtc to ifa sample rooms and the building II ioavenlent he hnslorss houses First wIll vetS alt ebtdte the hotel Terpisvery 4hona r L6b Steam Laundry LIIsL ANON KY 0 moderntienced workmen and kJng as tgrade work as can beny place in the country Patronize a of AdairWorkhomo Instlifltln Russell Taplor end Creep Elicited WJOHM5TONGft Pro REED MIL ER Agents Columbian Kentucky I DUo and aU other obstrfiotions io good he1lh nreimmcUntely removedd from tim Liver Stomach and Bowels tic Yor legs Little Liver Pills for Bttow 1tro Die Sugar Coatctl Onj a does ul by r 2 t FROM TEXAS An Occasional Correspondent Writes an Interesting Letter PARIS TEXAS MAY 19 1901 To The News- Thlnking that a few dots from this section might be of interest to many of the readers of The News I will send what I think would be of general in terest Federal court adjourned at this place the first of the month In the Hotema case the jury found the defendant not guilty as charged in the indictment because he was insane Seventeen full blood Cbcctans on trial for murder were acquitted Follow ing this trial Judge Hotema was placed on trial on another charge of Witch killing and a verdict similar to the above was rendered I had a lengthy chat with the Judge during the last trial and found him to be a very pleas ant gentleman He conversed intelli gently On every subject except Witchcraft He is wild on that line and de Glared that the Bible would bear him cut in the assertion that Witches al ways did and do exist He said that Christ and the declples had power to cast out devils Witches but now the person possessed in such a mariner must be killed as there is no known method of expelling the WitchesIThere were two hundred and twenty five old criminal casos ordered struck from the docket by Judge BryantI These cases were from the Territory and were thrown out because thisI cojrtno longer has jurisdiction overJ tbat country An amusing incident occurred during the Hotema trial which convulsed even the court with laughter An In dian brought into court though hej may speak the englishwill notdo soI because he knows there is an interpre ter employed and he had rather speak Choctaw any way An Indlat Judge of some note was placed on the wit nessed stand He bad imbibed rather freely of afire water and didnt care whether school kept or not therefore he refused to talk Judge Bryant knew he could talkand ordered him to jail until he could talk English At the door the Indian turned and said Judge me talk nowIyou go to jail was the reply After having spent iRome time behind the bar his red skinned honor was brought back and placed on the stand again This time he was very familiar with the Queens English and told his story On leaving t hN stand he srd Winifto the heirh11r Judge too heap big i me hatch Judge Bryant in Nation m make him talk Choctaw and if him no talk me send him jail til him learn Choctaw With these words be how ed and withdrew in a very stately man ner amid a roar of laughter District court convened here on the first Monday in April with Judge Ben H Denton an Albany Ky boy on bench and is sill in session Over two hundred divorces have been granted this term Courf will probably not journ bt tore some time in Tune as there areifeveralJblg murder cases et to be tried Most of Lamar countys officers and influential citizens are Kentuckians coming from AdaIr Clinton Cumber land Barren and Warren counties Cumberlandcounty is in the majority We think old Cumberland is bard to beat and it is too Mr Will Long who came here from Columbia at the close of the civ il war accompanied by his brother Judge AB Long will visit Columbia and other points in Ky in June and July These gen tlemen are among the most influential citizens of this cIt and county and will Iam sure b celved with much joy bythelrJfr- iends in the dear pfd State Paris is to have a street fair and car naval beginning the 21st instand cOn tinulngiouhdayswItis beingwell vertiSed anij will hr ng people from al parts of this State L T and Arkan sas Piirls now has a Democratic Mayor forthe first time in four years and itis hoped that the new Mayor wi solve the water problem so thoroughly that factories and Railroad shops will come and stay Quite a number of fail people went to San Antonio and El Paso last week tocatch a glimpse of PresidentMcKin n Jey and party They report big blow onwat both places Farmers are much distressed ahem therat crop It Is a total failure Flcl htbatttvete prdmislMTB tfto weeks 1 ago arc barren Farmers are planting the ruined fields in cot jon and late corn An old settler told me yesterday that during his fifty years residence here be had never witnessed a failure in oats before The pest is a small green bug which works at the stool of the plant sucking it to death Some have tried sprays but no visible benefit resulted The corn crop is later than it has been for twenty years but looks well considering the dry weather there having been no rain of any consequence for about four weeks The cotton crop is also late and in many places it Is coming tip slow re suiting In bad stands In ground that was listed before the April floods and afterward there is good stands hut in ground that was not plowed until after the Hoods there is no possibility of a stand until there is a season This will necessarily make the crop late and the usual summer drouth will cut it very short The Alfalfa crop is the finest in this county since the plant was introduced It Is yielding from one and a half to two tons per acre first cutting The July cutting will no doubt be better than the first Very little wheat was sown in North Texas last fall The farmers claim they can plant two acres of cotton and with the proceeds of its sale buy more than enough flour to supply them for a year This is about correct should the present prices cnntinue If the price of cotton should drop to six cents about four acres would supply them in flour why should the North Texas farmer raise wheat any way The Kiowa Comancbe Apache and Wichita Indian reservations will be opened for settlement about August 1st Thre will be about one million six hundred thousand acres in the IIIowa Comanche and Apache reserva tions and 450000 acres In the Wichita reservation to be opened for white settlers It is reported here that the In diansbave released their right to their pasture reserve for a consideration of 81 25 per acre to be paid by settlers If the report is true this will open 480000 acres more for settlement mak ing room for 3000 families People make a great mistake in joining a rush to the opening of a reservation It takes time and a packet full of money to accomplish anything after they there Those desirous of obtaining land in the new country should walt until after the rush Many of those who stake claims will be glad to sell fur from 8100 to 3200 within six mouths after the opening Then is the time to go The claim will have some improviiiiMits and conveniences and one would bij better prepared to take up nfl In thenuWcountry Those possessing good homes lire foolish in even thinking of going to a new country They du not contemplate the hardships and privations attendant upon life in a new territory where than is nothing but wire grass and muddy water FraternallyJ McScoiT TRIBUTE OF RESPECT Gradyville Ky May 60n May 5th God in his infinite wisdom sa fit W call from bis earthly labors to that Celestial Lodge above our dearly beloved brother Pyrrbus Nelson We realize that the members of Grady l1Ip Lodge No 251 F A M Of which lira Nelson was a consistent member have lost an honored and be loved brother one who has been as a father and a light to many of us We deplore bis death more than we can ex nresgc further realize that be will be Illtbereaved relatives the church and community at large will ever cherish his memory dear We reccommcnd that this tribute to the memory of our brother be spread 1upon the minutes of our Lodgealso bo published in our county papers and a copy sent to the family of thtt deceased 1IIC WALKKlt G T FLOWEUS W M WlLMOKK r Committee In the Livingston Circuit Court Luther Hennon was awarded judgment for 85000 against the Illinois Contra railroad company for the toes of an arm Ills father was awarded judgment for 608 for tbr hisiii hs win t services ykq George Reeves Killed One of the notorious Reeves brothers who planned and executed the famous Tompkinsville robbery in 1887 was shot through tfze heart while attempting to escape from Indiana officers last Saturday night The following count of the affair is taken from the Courier JqunaT6f Sunday Jasper Lid1 MaYllIn a desperate encounter with a Deputy Sheriff George Reeves was shot to death tonight near Huntingburg while being taken from Jeffersonville reformatory to Jasper where he and his brother John were to be placed on trial for a r muidercommittednearl9 twenty years ago Sheriff Castrop arrived in Hunt ingburg with the prisoners in custody at 8 oclock this evening In company with Deputy Sheriffs George Castrop and John T Huther the prisoners were started in a carriage to Jasper Up to the time the carriage reached a point three miles from Huntingburg neither of the prisoners gave the offi cers any trouble During the time required in cover Ingbis distance however the men had quietly worked the handcuffs from from their wrists and as the carriage started across a high bridge over the Patoka river both men sprang to their feet and leaped from the carriage John Reeves was quickly overtaken bound hand and foot again placed in the carriage Deputy Sheriff Huther followed pursuit of George Reeves He fired twice from a rifle at the flee ing prisoner without effect then final ly making an attempt to climb a steep embankment to get into d Use woods Here Deputy Sheriff overtook him and a bandtoband encounter ensued Reeves using his handcuffs which were still fastened to one wrist in an endeavor to dash the Sheriffs brains out Hnther feeling that Reeves was about to get the upper hand made a final struggle and succeeded in throw ing off his adversarys hold so that he could reach for the revolver he carried in a rear pocket Grasping the weap on he leveled It full at Reeves breast and pulled the trigger With a moan the prisoner released his hold and fell back on the deputys body with a bullet through his heart Why He Never narried Mr Ruchanan who was the first bachelor elected to the Presidency and had deliberately given himself to a life of celibacy writes William Perrine in the May Ladies Home Journal In the days when he was a young lawyer of Lancaster Pennsylvania had loved Miss Coleman a ocautiful daughter of a citizen of that town They had been engaged to be married when one day he was surprised to ceive from her a request to release her from the promise According to Mr George Ticknor Curtis the separation originated in a misunderstanding on the part of the lady who was usually sensitive over a small matter cxagerated by giddy and Indiscreet tongues Soon after the estrangement she was diedsentsuddenly Throughout the rest of his life or nearly a half century Mr Buchanan is not known to have reveal owf this romantic tragedy He would only say that it hud only changed bis hopes and plans and had led him more deep ly into politics as distraction from bis grief In his uld age lung after he had tired permanently to private life he called attention to the package con taming he said the papers and relics which would explain the causes of his youthful sorrow and which he preserv ed evidently with the idea of reveal deathsBut when be died and his will was read it was found that be had directed that the package should be burned without being opened and his Injunc flea wavobeyed Win L Royse of Sharpsburg a stu dent in the Kentucky Connie of Medi cliit1 Louisville was stabbed ui death by a near jquMttir John Withers on the steps of the hrspital ciutuctjd with tile CillfgH Friday afternoon George W Armstrong aged 5o years a prominent farmer and tobacco buyer of Christian county banged himself iu his stable The body waS found by bis wife who missed him from bed He hadbeen despondent ilnd drinklni heavily fiiTXnVfM weeks Rh broth er c Hammed auinde hv satna way serve yearn ago rIGt i JJ W lFiil 1 f Blacksmiths + AND WoodworkerColumbia Ky amprepared to d o all kinds of work in my line and if you need re pairing done on your Wagons Buggies- or Farm Implements remember me I keep for sale wagon and buggy tires rims spokes and all kinds of bolts My prices are right and satis faction guaranteed Give me a call Loan Office Life Insurance Policies BOUGHT FOR CASH OR LOANED UPON Farm Timber Lands Optioned FOR SALE OR EXCHANOED ON SHORT NOTICE We Furnish Abstracts to Deeds OIL LEASES T J CRESSNP MonticeHo Ky Office W R Cress Co Atty Drs R 1 6 Goldstein Optic Specialists 010 544 Fourth five Louisville Ku Consultation and ex mination FREE These gentlemen are professionals of long experience being sons of the late Goldstein who was known as an optician throughout Ken The finest Classes can be furnished on short notice Drs Goldstein Employs No HGENTS Columbia 4 AND Gampbellsville Stage Lllie 0GOOD STOCK COMFORTABLE STAGE SAFE DRIVER o GourteousflttentiontoFaSsen0ernLeaves tioa with Louisville train Leaves vllle 320 p m just af er arrival of Louisville train Dally except Sunday Calls a t Marcum tel promptly attended to Express at heed Miller GEORGE LEE Prop j BRUNERCOWUOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Butter Poul try and Egg Alsa guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Chas Rosenfield Bro QENFRAIi COMMISSION MERCHANTS 125 West Jefferson Louisville Ku tit Shipments of Eggs Butter Ge Poultry solicited RKFEKKNCES and man Insurance Bank Bradstreets Agency Adams Express Co PARSON MOSS CO COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order We have been in the business for 25 years and know bow to do work Oar prices are as low and terms is iewppable as any flretcjass piectebicR We will ji take country crJat market yaljie Give us call Slop petit Coluqb1 Ulli ar f fl 4 J H SMITH CjFONT HILL KT WHO ARE 41 General Merchants l HAVE JUST Added UNDERTAKERS GOODS and 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 after notification lThey Solicit Your Patronage promising to give satisfaction in prices and quality of goods whe in need of anything in their line give them a call UT BLACKLEY Independent Tobacco Warehous BLACKLEY HURST CO AUCTION SALES DAILYREURRNS PROMPTLY MADE 1119 to 1125 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY Four Months Free Storage Mark Your llluls INDEPENDENT HOUSE W STEPHENS 1ifDEALER IN Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes 1 aso keep a large stock of CLOTHINGwhich I have a nice line of MILLINERY on han- dsKENTUCKYELKHORN Day Spring 492 I Day spring is standard bred and Iregistercd lIe is a beautiful black 16 hands high fine style good smooth limbs has fine action and is in every spect a combined horse PEDIOREEDay Spring by king Denmark he by Star Denmark he by Jones Denmark he by Old Black Denmark the 4 mile race horse and he by Imported Hedgeford thoroughbred First dam by Lex ington 2nd dam by Steel Dust 3rd dam by Morgan 4th dam by Stump It is readily seen that Diy Spring is superbly bred and as a sire he has proven him self a wonderful breeder imparting to his offsprings size form and action the three essentials of a good animal lie is bred to saddle and to drive he does both in an attractive monner and a large per cent of his colts do likewise DisappointmentMr jack TELEPHONE will serve mares at same place for 300 on same terms as horse Telephone is 14 bands high 4 years old and I believe will prove a great breeder S D CRENSHTQnL Farmers Farmers I am prepared to take your orders for Hydraulic Rams rto throw water from your springs to your houses or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write to me at Columbia for estimates or call and sc me at the Marcum Bo tel Yours truly N WOOD YETINERY SURGEON yiitulo tolleVll Spllats Spavin or any sur clu work done at fair prices GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take ate of S D OBBNSHAW Uh mt6 toluaibfa to DBappolBlmtat i t j t I Pumps HOS6B6ItinoPACKING BOILER TUBES Wet Casing Iron Pipes General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factory Supplies Call on or address THE AHRENS OTT MfG INCOXPORATPO Louisville Kentucky WilmoreiW M WILMOBE Prop Gradyville Kentucky is no better place to cloy THERE at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and atycla6st- able Rates very edi tidsn 4sd stable attaclje 1c 3vw 4 f f Ii uatiiij WE Imi 2 tU m i mt m NV SUMMER STOOK iOIMUUUUd CJUST RRiVLD We have just returned from the markets with an immense stock of goods for the summer tradeembracing all the newest things in hot weather J Dress Goods Tllmnllngsthlll gauzy cool light underwear Hosiery GlovesrPans Summer Corsets Ladles and Misses Slippers Parasols 1 ill IlVIen and Boys CIof hf J 111 K t 1 IIandJ E if t SHOES SHOESI J Dont forgefcAvO liave the biggest stock of shoes ill town froto tlie best factories in the ccrnfiry We make a specialty of metis and ladies fine shoes FURNITURE tWe have added to our i stock of Furniture and can show you handsome parlor suits from 15 to 40 upholstered in silc Damask and Brocatel upholstered Chairs Oak Rockers Dining Room Chairs Folding Beds CouchesFoldingLoiinges Etc Our house is full of goodsall departments complete We cant undertake to toll you all about them but invite you to come and will guarantee satisfaction RUSSELL MTJRRELL COLUMBIA KENTUKYoIo I1Il1J rrIJ lr1PJ fmQ1ro 0EJ it JrF7la fE18ml1m a g m1 iKffiia 5 ft U 11i t JAlR GUll rrV NnW P selledeesda BY TILE l dairVouewsoi- I CUZYnI2ATED- LlR L3 to IIAIFCIti IirLtu devote to the ioteIran a tpapor oftherity ofCSolUaibla and the people o ilir andndiRMttt counties Ant red at the Cotrabla Postofficeas second el saraail matter V svusofiirr N RITES oVE YEAR IX 1OXTIL 9TXICTIY ADV Cll r == fel WEDNESDAY MAY- ANNOUNCEMENTS 22I I FOR COUNTY JUDGE ij imUoriiea to announce T F iJatelor the oMec of County Judge = rir Cuny subject to the action of the r rnio rto party FOU COUNTY CLERK re authorised t announce P T COOLEY iHliiate for the County Court Ccrk Adar County subject to action of the tnoLrtlc party TOIL SHERIFF r AothorUeb toaanouoce B FBERB iiKlidaleArSherilTof Adair County subject to tx ac ion of the Dcmocration party FOR JAILER arc aulhoriz l to announce JAMES ILl candidate for Jailer orAdair t ubjlct to tbfeactioaof the Democratic Big strcetcar strike at Albany NVw York last week terminated in the killing of quite a number of the strikers Mr McKinley who was dan gerously ill last week is much improved und it is now believed that she will regain her usual health lyre Somerset Journal is to be grftttly improved in size and ap pearance Editor Cabell haw in due itl Mr W P Walton former ly editor of the Interior Journal to become interested and the fa cilities for printing will be mate rially enhanced Mr Cabell will have full control and as a news- paperI writer he ranks among the bestf Attention is called to hewn liiHJtC8mC t in tins iseoe of Mr J It Feese of the tireen River section for the Democratic nomi nation for sheriff of this county Mr geese is weal qualified to fill thiss mpoltauC position an un VAyering Democrativ and should the party give him the nomination hewill use ftR honorablo means to frm iii the Contest at tho polls Sr5Tho lank at Mumfordsville was lootedlast Wednesday night and Jjtiiioo thousand dollars in money stolenilfh6 1at tars worn evidently pro 5ftaliJsionalBrrTh6y ooteredthe bank stopped all tho cracks in the safe with soap then blew itopcu with liitro glycerine Tho charge was EO heavy that the walls of the r i r t building were cracked Depositors will not lose any thing the bank has r 1imed business Another eviclenUthat burglarproof safes should tused in all banks They cost lots of mouey but they are the only guarantee against skille- craftsmen iIn anithis issue appears the nonncemeut of Mr T F Gowen of Grady ville for the Democratic nomination for County Judge- llr Gowen is at present magistrate in his district and has all alorig performed the important duties of his office with courage and fidelity and should be be elected to the position hfi aspires he would pursue a similar fair and impartial course He is a Democrat and cheerfully pledges his support to the ticket as will be made by the Democrats of the county- flDD1T10NflL LOGflLS Circuit Court Cirfopened Monday with a small docket Citizens were here from all sections of the county but the crovd was not as large as is usually seen on the first day of circuit court The courthouse bell tapped at 0 oclock and by noon the grand jury was instructed and at work It is said the instructions were the most rigid ever given by Judge Jones The following gentlemen com prise the grand jury Wm Francis L N Coffey H IB Ingram Curt Yarberry 30 Harmon T M Moss T J Bum garner Duke Grider W R Wil liams G L Wolford Mont Montgomery Wm Harvey foreman PETIT JURORS W S Sutherland Sam Workman Wm Biggs Sam Sandusby G T Flowers J T Farris A W Tarter JasA Dulworth Joel Darnell Leon Shuffet J T Tay lor W M Moss Stephen Knifley A G Todd Frank Darnell J C Strange Jas Marshall S T Hughes Jack Barnes C V Mc Whorter Gr W Cox J M Perry man Tnerewill be preaching next Sunday at the following places T F Walton and A H Baugh this city F C Shearer Hutchinson schoolhouse J OProck Providence G W Montgom ery Knifley W P Gordon Mllltown T L Hulse Pleasant Ridge W B Cave Liberty Mr Ed Doboney and Miss aalile Squires of Green county were mar ried at the brides home last Thursday Rev S J Nicholas otl ciatk g Qui e a number of the friends of the young couple were present and wItnessed the solemn and impressive ceremony We trust that this union will not only bring happy contentment but pros perity in all their undertakings Mrs Rosa Dixon who lives a few miles from Columbia is a remarkable woman for her age She is in her eightyseventh year does her own cooking and looks after the household affairs generally She is nflw in perj feet health and does not use glasses for ordinary work She isvery much interested in what is going on in the country and likes forhur children Who arc living In dls ant Stkte tb kevpinJ U touch with the times here hence she gave an order for two copies of the News last week We are authorized to announce that u fair will be held in this town some time in August and to notify the peo theirdstock for prem- Iums will be hung up Also the ladies should arrange homemade articles for premiums from the tiny pickle to the full grown pumpkin and from the molt delicate embroidery to a counterpane Make arrangements to have some thing worthy to show for the fair is j certain to be a go Patti List The following subscribers have paid since last issue R A Walker Jas W Dixon W H Dixon R W Wilburn J H Squires C L Vest FI WolfordLula Schicd ler JE Dohpney Otis Walford A lorrlIsonR E Tandy Jeff Ross Chapman Do JIAW F Griffin J R Carson G W Cur A BWilmore G T Rogers T W Buchanan C P Jones Jeff Henry Read Lyon Turners ad in to days News Gi EEC SBURG Tom Lapsley of McAffee Kyf is visiting Iriendslieife i L C Alcorn attended business in Columbia last week Judge J L Hamilton and daughter were in Columbia last week Rev T M Green has returned from New Orleans where he attended a Bap conventionW visited friends and rel atiyes here last week Dr W W Taylor has returned from Louisville where he graduated from the Dental college- C H Murrell of The News office was here last week in the interest of said paper Mrs Powell Lapsley is visiting her mother here Mrs Mattie Perry Miss Bessie Logsdcn of Hart county is visiting Miss Ruth Gorin Mr Jas Mears lost a valuable horse last week having died from the effects of a mad dog bite Profs Peck and Hubbard have just closed a successful term of school at the Greensburg Academy Ellis Mudd seriously stabbed Town Marshal Joe Cantrell in the back last Week Mr Cantrell condition is quite serious but he is improving John Bell who had his leg and arm broken five weeksagoby being thrown from a wagon coming down Buckner hill was carried to his home Wednesday by eight men a distance of twelve miles A tenant house on the farm of E B teechman occupied by Luther Ben nett was destroyed by fire with all his household goods Two of his chil dren barely escaped being burner to death JJAMESTOWN Mr L 0 Ph ipswbo has been at tendingiBChool at Georgetown has turned home NMrs Jn Columbia shopping last Wednesday Miss Maggie Jones who has been visit raun Mrs JH Murrell of- umbiareturned Wednesday schompanied by her sister Miss Co rinse who has been attending school Mr Luther Phelps who has been in Somxerset for three months spent Sun delthoAc The voufig pepDletoipk advantage of the PIc ty wgather and went to the rf r tQ Vedne ap SisCiaWSoow enteltainedcpiitsf a YlllhtIijt ff Z i IGRADYVILLE Union last Sunday Childrens day at the Methodist church next Sunday evening- G B Yates and A B Wilmor- spent Sunday night at Joppa Mrs J D Walker has been on the sick list A number of our citizens attend ed court at Columbia Monday We had a good rain Saturday and vegetation is considerably re vived G A MOBS of Lebanon was in this community last week lookiu after mules G W Robertson and Z M Sta plea of Columbia were at Uniont SundayV and wife visited 0 0 Moss and wife Saturday night IMr Milton England of Nell last Saturday and in formed us his health was better Mrs S D Caldwell and daugh ter visited relatives here last week Coffey Wilcox of Greensburg were here last week with the view of buying a saw mill of Mr Strong Hill Mr S R Walker of Nell pass ed through here Saturday en route for Columbia Miss Annie Montgomeryof Co lumbia visited the family of fr- S A Taylor last week Hon Jas Garnett Jr of Co lumbia our County Attorney Attended Squire Gowens court in our town last week Our town was full up with traveling men last week iLd they re ported a fair trade Squire Will Kemp made his reg ular trip to the poor house Satur dayMrs John Bellof Nell spent several days of last week at the bed side of Frank Taylor We can boast of having the fin bunch of mule colts we have had for everal years Stock hogs are very scarce and what few are here continue to drop off with cholera X W Scott candidate for mag istrate was here last weekshaking hands with his many friends Mr Strong Hill is prepared to do firstclass work with his carding machine Uncle Butler Wheeler one of our oldest citizens is in a critical condition C S Bell and Loyd Richard have beet complaining for several days with stomach trouble Smith Nell bought near Sum mer Shade three of the best three yearold mules that have ever been brought to this place paying 450 School closed last week Prof FlowHrs and Miss Allen gave gen eral satisfaction and their pupils advanced rapidly The occasion was celebrated by going to Husspll meek fishing Squire Thos Gowen announces himself a candidate for county Juiig a subject to the abtion of his party Mr Goweu baa beena lifo long Democrat and hal served the people four ymfr as magistrate giving universal sitisfaction We are satisfied If tie receives the nomination that tie will get the strength Of our potty and will look at ftft the ntitiet df the i tn y ir j f i aJ EZ CANE VALLEY Rev W P Gordon tilled bus regular appointment lest Sundry Uncle Torn Keeney of Somenet visiting here youngOmaneford Co Louisville Miss Mamie Jones of Eunice is vis Dohoneyied property of JIm Sublett and will make this place his future home Tom Is a goad boy and can tell as many fish stories as any body Mr James Morrison of Columbia has rented property of J G Sublett placegey vMtHfi Mr and Mrs Ed HopewellI of Columbia last Sunday Mis Mary Hancock of Louisville is visitiiiuthe family of Dr Hancock Vernin Watson one of our roust enterprising young men is agent for the McCouiic Reaper and Mowers He sold six machines last week Mrs Rose Stark left for Indiana last FridayR Wilson and wife visited in Green county last week AT Bartlett sold a milch cow toP U Watson for 825 FELIX Mrs John Hill and daughter of Kimble were here last week Childrens day will be celebrated at Welfare church the 2nd Sunday in June Mr R E WilSin was at Kimble a few days also on business Mr John Grosser who has been very ill was here slioppinga few days ago Iter joe n Bolinof this place preHctiedatGfenfork last Sunday to a large udlence Miss Hester Wilson of Kimble wli has been visiting here has returned her home Mrs Mary McKinley and daughter of Uorse Khe Bntin have been vis icing the family of Peter McKinley Singing at Concord last Sundaycon ducred by Prof Johnston Miss Victoria Eastham died on the 5th Miss Eliza Grider visited her sister MrsG F Eastham afew days ago Mrs Henry Bernard of Esto visited the family of Joseph Kean Saturday Mr Sam George and wife of Wesley visited relatives here a few days ago Mrs Frank Bernard has been quite feeble Mrs J A Smith of Ono visited her slater Mrs Sharp last week Died oil the 5th Jake Dunbar son of Japer Dunbar Eld TobiasHuffaker lectured at the Church Sunday Subject Temperance Ml s Ermine Stanton visited Miss Nora Bernard of KimbJe last week Quarterly meeting atCaye Springon the third Sunday andat BranMonday and Tuesday followlW Rev JG Stanton recciv frrtm his son Arthur who Is in the ipprue Islands He reports good health and Wt satisfied Jns iy4hr i1tleMnof Mr and Mrs WinuiU Bernard has hecu quite sick TAUTER w Dt Tarter left for Louisville Monday Uncle Steve Oalhoun who has been quite sick Isno bette- rJanrl J T White who have been jattenHng chool at Esto have returned hrne DG Shepherd wife and daughter of Jlusssll Springs visited here fast week lilttldTomHle Cravens died on the 14th with rheumatism WH Whet aQdlfc Visited at Egypt Saturday and Sunday JO White has been on the sick list 4rerblttfre 1 d 0s k lll rgas saat MKM w i yga LYON TURNER sDEALERS IN or FINE BUGGIES flND GflRRIflGES Campbellsville Kentucky They buy by the OAR LOAD and can sell you anything in their line at short pmttfc Write for further information or call and see them DEERING BINDERS WIES aIMOWERS RAKESotepaips if Yoa JSleed Thetn BUGGIES x HARNESS SADDLES BRIDLES t German Millet Seed Stock Peas FARM WAGONS v CULTIVATORS Get our prices before buying We will save you money Wm F JEFFRIES SON CHAflPION IS THE BEST ITDRAWS THE BKRnnooooo0 PUSHtLCUT v This nrthe n rAdded Traction =THE WHEELSWILL NOT LIFT FROM THEGROUND WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF Mowers Binders Hay Rakes and Cultivators Dont fail to see them and get our prices Our stock o- fGenet al JVIefehaiidise is complete ghn tJflr prides all right Remember the old stand VlttaAT C WILklilAf S tP Iiar Ky f 1 fl4E IMe IS ThTFUND ft 1 h i WHEN PEOPLE ARE DISCARDING THE NOW UNCOMFORTABLE GARMENTS OF WINTER FOR THE MORE COMFORTABLEI raiment of summer All the requirments of the change can be found at my store for everybody t5iry Goods All the new goods for Ladles Separ ato 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 Ginghams 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 em I ynkeiugsiiYou be sure to see our line of White i Dress Goods PERSONAL MENTION G W Dillion Breeding was here A Coffey and wife visited at Montpolicr last Sunday Mr Jake Redford the hatsalesman was in town Monday Miss Sallie Stewart is visiting in Lebanon this week Mr1 L Walker Gradyville was in Columbia last Friday Dr S P Miller Glensfork was in Columbia last Friday Dr W T Simpson Breeding was in town Monday Mr James Callison gave this office a pleasant call Monday Messrs Jas and Robt Carson Pbill were here the first day of court Mr G T Flowers Gradyvilie was in the city the first of the week Mrs Nannie White spent last week with relatives in the country Mr W 0 Cundiff Dunnville was here the first day of court Mr J A Willis and two sons Glen fork were here Saturday I Mr Luther Williams Montpelier was in the city Monday Mr A C Loy of Creelsboro gave us a pleasant greeting Monday Mr J I Hcndrickson Casey Creek Mondayfed Mrs C IL Murrell last Wednesday Mr T W BuchananCampbellsville was here the first of the week Mr T W Wheat and sister of Tarter were in Colutnbia the first of the J T Jones and Mr J J Epper son Montpelier were in the city Mon day DMessrs J R Tutt N S Mercerand G T Rogers were on the streets Mon day Monday S R Walker and daughter Miss Claudie Nell were in Columbia last SaturdayMr C Goode of Cauipbellsville was drumming our merchants las Friday United States Commissioner F Winfrey returned from Covington las ThursdayMr Aaron the efficient States Attorney is here to prosecute evil doers Prof F M Scheidler the well known piano tuner is in Columbia for t a few days MeSsrs Lee Scarce and G Len Spaulding Lebanon were here jsever r al days of last week- S G Royser a substantial farmer on the Russell Springs road was here the first day of court QMessrs B W Hunter and J E Willis Bradfordviile were in town the firstof the week lMrR T Dowdy and Miss Minnie 3Haws Grasnam were In Columbia the first of the week Dr WR Grissom is attending State Medical Society which is fn sion at Louisville Mr John M Hendrlckson Knifiey was in town Monday and is still for the Democratic party t MrL C Alcorn aBdwife of Greens burg were visiting te fAtnliy tif M AiHtmh last week 1Vr r1 f fir f Motions Etc Etc We have some of the nicest patterns and novelties In hair Birrets Roches Fancy Pins Fancy Hair Pins Spikes Neck Ribbons Everything that is new and uptodate My line of Mens Ladies and Chil drens Hosiery is complete We are showing a large line of fancies and blacks in prices from 5c to50c per pair Space will not permit us to mention all prices but will make a few starters 5c yard for Heavy Brown Domestic lOc yard for Heavy Bed Tick 12t for feather ticking that will hold lOcyard for Heavy Blue Cottonadc Turkey Etc Ere All kinds produce taken exchange for goods the highest market price Bring me your Bacon Wool and Feathers Wanted Ladies call for Match Safe FREE Wanted men call for useful Book FRS f goods in this section the country See my samples for ergo g MissElenoraSmhFontilUlvisit 1Mr Capt J S Chapman Messrs I S Taylor A Loy W C Loy of Glens fork were here Monday Mr T A Murrell left for New Orleans Monday morning in the Interest of the stave business Messrs Hugh Mitchell and T D Urenshaw of Metcalfe county arc visiting in Columbia MrTalmage Smith andJiss Valeria Mr R W WilburnVof Glensfork was in town Friday and left substan tial aid to this publication Brack Massie J G Sublett and Chapman Dohoney Cane Valley were in town the first of the week S S Williams B 1 Tupman and John Campbell of the upper end of the county were here the first of the week G B Smith of Foot Hill came down last week after his son Tobias who attended the M F High School Mr P T Cooley of Absher candi date for the Democratic nomination for County Court Clerk was in town FridayDr Jones of Montpelier who attended the State Dental Associa tion Louisville returned borne last C II Yates Geo H Nell n C Walker W L Grady A B Wil more and Dr Sam Taylor Gradyvilie mingled in the Monday Mr Ed Dohoney and wife and J H Squirts and wife Green county were visiting the family of Mr Alfred Parsons this city last week Mr and Mrs Thomas Keeney of Pulaski county are visiting Mr and Mrs James Callison in this county Mrs Callison is p sister of Mr Kee W P Gordon visited in Glas gow last week He was accompanied by Miss Edna Lewis who will not turn for several weeks Mr Frank Paull Bradfordsville was here last Thursday On his trip through Metcalfe Cumberland etc he was accumpanied by Mr Jo Hill T G Dillon was in Columbia the first of the week The house Mr Dillion travels for was consumed by fire last Friday night but the burning businesstMr R M Tucker and wife who liv at Knilley stopped a few hours with Dunbartone on return home from Green county Miss Nora Dixon of Burksville was in Columbia last week enroute to at tend the Commencement exercises at Richmond She was accomp a Died from this place to Campbellsvills by Mr Frank Hill Mr Jn Judd the popular and well known revenue man who has been quite ill at Elizabeth Hospitarfursm time gradually improving and w are hoping that he will soon be on his feet again Lebanon Falcon Dr G M Murrell who Is a student in the Louisville School of Medicine reached home last Thursday Dr Mur rell has made good use of his tlmeand will graduate next session if we are correctly informed Mr Will Sampson son of Judge J vfsitinsesis a member of the graduating class Centre College and wLIIreceive his diploma in June He has decided to be come a lawyer and willenterhis fat ers offiCe John Clay comb and wise nee rMiss LULl WllllaTiA ofeonfe Ore 0 12jc yard for New York Camlets and Farmers Coltouade- 15c for 54 Fancy Table Oil Cloth 15c for felt Dado Window Shades fic yard fur 36 in Window Scrim 50e pair for Lice Curtains 2t yards lonir fOo each large size White Counter- Panes 125 for Ladies Heavy Ready to Wear Dress Skirts 15c yard fur Red Table Linen 25c for Ladies Heady to Wear Bon nets 15c for Child renIS Ready Made Boa nets 5i pair Ladles Black Hose 5c Ladles Sleeveless Vest of to crowd gan are visiting the family of Capt RevIland Presbyterian Church and his next work will probably be in Ken tucky Mrs J B Bradley and Mr Wallace Simpson Jamestown were in Colum bia lust Wednesday On their return they were accompanied by Misses Maggie and Corinne Jones the latter having been in College here for the past five months She was one ofProf Ballards best students and will teach this year in her home county InLOCAL JOTTINGS A good milk cow with calf for sale Apply to WH GILL Boro to the wife of John Willis near Gltnville on the 15th inst a son J N Coffey sold last Jfonday to H A Walker a 3year old Peacock mare for S100 J F Montgomery has just com pleted a real nice paling fence in front of his residence Judge W W Jones was very indus trious last week putting a new wire fence in front of his residence Mr Horace K Alexander of Burks ville is the happiest man between his home and the moon It is a girl Mrs Nona Cabells school closed last Thursday There a good attend ance during the whole of the term Good oak bedsteads for 250 at Co lumbia Furniture S Planing Mill Co on the ground floor Isenberg building Dr J B Coffey says there Is only one thing that will keep the fair from being a gosmallpox at Jabcz t The old adageHThe early bird gets the worm is as true as gospel Ask the farmers who planted early Good oak bedsteads for 250 at lumbia Furniture S PianingTlill Co on the ground floor Isenbcrc building Hereafter obituaries sent to this ollice for publication must be written in very sew wowteto insure insertion CC Oakes has ben reuuveJ as post aned J L Brtfmley appointed in his stead Jrcau an oppossum one y last week having nine little oppissums Russell and Murrell have just return ed from market ind are now offering some rare bargains Read what they say in the News this V I have a hew line of buggies and agent for the McCormack Mowers and auelseecBiiADSIIAt1e W E Waller C hiT are opera tlnU1uaw rally in thunpper end of this county lost ceratthollsandreet of lumber by fire one day last week Dr C S Grady writes his father that he is fortuing acquaintances rapidly in Burksville and vicinity and that lie has every assurance of doing a good business Eld A H Bau h of Jamestown will fill the pulpit of the Christian church tills city next Sunday fore Wihthe preacher iseiue is in a meeting atiDoolsaayillei larggau dieaocsltuulilheir fgl b s itYtle1Iglilr 1d jr II Shoes Shoes 8150 for choice of dens Shoes on Rack 00 for choice of Ladles Shoes on Rack 75c for choice Ladles Slippers worth 125y40c and Oc pair for Misses Slippers 300 pair for Childs Slippers Tan or Black Have all uptodate styles in Mens and Womens custom made shoes high or low cut E cl Mr Mr was week Eld Tobias Huffaker vill preach at Tabernacle near Neatsville next Sun day Good oak bedsteads for 250 at Co lumbia Furniture S Planing Mill Co on the ground floor Isenberg building Mr Joel T Rice whose death was reported In Last weeks News was a twin brother of Rev John R Rice a Baptist minister Foil SALEA thoroughbred red short gong bull twoyearsold and eligible for register B F Tui iAN Edith Ky Mr Stephen Calhoun of Tarter Is in a dangerous condition and is not ex pected to recover Hunter Willis have for sale the best churn ever offered If you doubt this they are ready to demonstrate it The Dickey Power Churn is the cleanest most convenient and rapid hotter maker in the world The people are now discussing the building of another bridge across Green river at old Neatsville The matter will be brought up at the next meeting of the Fiscal Generoushearted W really never understood why the fair ground was so free for picnics until last Thursday Well Mr Hudson al ways does the right thing B B Vaughan is doing business in the Isenberg corner He has a splen did stock of family groceries Call And get rockbottom prices before buying elsewhere 3t B WHunter and J E Willis are here with a patent churn the most perfect contrivance for making butter we have ever seen It is cheap Buy one Any one who may want a photograph of the picnicparty taken at the Fair Grounds can get same fbr25 cents Leave order with J W Coy or myself W S BAKKEU Cora in and give us a trial and if our work and material does not give you satisfaction it will not cost you any thing Coakley i Sims Bros Marble Works Campbellsville Ky Mrs C S Harris had agreed to a social gathering of the young people Saturday night but rain gentle and refreshing bowers prevented the gath eying Mr J T Eppersoa a prominent and well posted farmer of this county says locust year will not reach us until 1906 Some papers are claiming that they will appear next year James Garnett Jr has an acre of the best meadow we have seen this year The laud originally was clay from bot tom to top and twelve months ago grass was foreign to it Get a receipt Miss Beatrice Webbdaughtcrof3lr Jobn A Webb Russell county und who has been teaching at Ravenwood Ioj has the smallpox so a friend writes Her many friends in Russell county hope for her early recovery Mr SYlves Burton who was sent to Anclioragefrtim this county two months ago returned home last week He aslQ Columbia lat Thursday and claimed that he was badly treated dur 1eK his confinement He clai that hgis allright that his salad wa never t he w ud to WliIlID tongadsseMr McK1sley abtftfc lie tiny he wif trat Clothing Have you inspected my stock of clothing if not you should at once We are offering the largest stock of summer clothing we have ever shown All the new weaves and flannels All wool suits 5 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 particujlar in Memorandum shopmade WL WALKER COLUMBIA KY Grissomr SatIurday courtI wrongliotatatdinuurprdwercetha Is Here Optician Barg of Cincinnati is at the Hancock Hotel Columbia where he will remain the balance of the week Dr Bargs work needs no introduction as lie has been here before and done a great deal of satisfactory work The following named persons are S1 ing the Barg lenses They give entire satisfaction and are recom mended by them Rev W H C Sandidge Bliss KyDr J H Grady Columbia Ky Miss Salle Diddle Gradyville KyMrs J N Page Columbia and hundreds more who are using the Barg lenses Colsultation and examination free 4250 in Premiums- I will give on the third Monday in squareIJordan Peacock foals 1901 as follows Best colt Season to Jordan Peacock 1902 and 500 in cash Second best season to Peacock and 250 in cash Third best season to Jondan Peacock Fourth best 8500 saddle W L Git v Gradyvllle Ky Blacksmith and Woodwork- I am prepared to do any kind of work needed in this section in iron and wood 1 guarantee satisfaction in work and price Give me a call JAMES C Moumsojf 4t CIne Valley Ky Found at Last All who have cancer Goitre wanes t Tumors Catarrh and partial blindness and want to be cured without medi cine or the knife will please write to Prof J S Chapman Glensfork Ky No cure no pay The following applicants to teach common schools of Adair county were before the board of examiners last Fri davand Saturday Mrs Annie LRowe S LIWilliams Annie Hovious Misses Ella Dohoney Lavlc Taylor Laura Rosenbaum May Harvey Sue Baker Pearl Breeding MyrtieTriplett Leona McOiistcr Mary Todd Fannie Stults Maggie Holladay Mary Holladay Lena Grissom Clara Garnett Dicy Webb Annie Wheat Minnie Marshall Carrie Harmon Minnie White Mary Pendleton Nora Sandidge Ella Cun diff Jennie Simmons SallieRcy Mar cum Ida Willis Effie Montgomery Bessie Walker Sallie Yarberry Nan nie Rowe Flora Bradshaw Messrs C A Coffey S G Sherrill J W Bryant W A Holladay Byron Mont gomery JL White E G Hardwick JamesDeaDHorace Jeffries Leslie Willis Finis Strange W L Salmon A O Young Plato Wade Bob Morris Forest Brad shaw John Denney Garfield Flowers G R Yates R L Campbell Cumberland county Republicans held their primary to nominate county can didates Tuesday of last week The ticket nominated is as follows For Representative Dr W O Keen A A Huddleston Sheriff John W Norris Jailer Wm Lee SurveyorrW Taylor Coop Assessor D E Sharp School Superintendent R D Bass Adair ccounty is with Cumb rlad theLeetelative district whkklsIfr e Jy Bepablfwo Vcfrce D eea will be tinwxt BeprecentaUve yyk dred pants with belts attaciibJup todate My line of Carpets at d Mattings were never so large or so low in price as this season We are showing some cut prices on Ingrain carpets Cut from 37ic to the extreme low prce of 25 per yard3 styles to select from I2r for a straw matting is very cheap huh it will surprise you how cheap we will sell them My stock of Chairs DiniNg flirim Chairs and Rockers is couipVu a prices that will suit you at to Dont of Mrs W L Farris who was one of the best known women in the Cane Valley country died Wednesday morn ingtbe 15th lost She was about eighty years old and was a lady highly respected for her Christian character She was a kind and sympathetic neigh bor ever ready tuhelp those who need ed her assistance No death ever oc curred about Cane Valley tbat brought more gen jine sorrow every body ex pressing the deepest j ympat y for the husband who has now reacled his eightysecond year and seemingly when he is mostly in need of a compan ion he is bereft by the dispensation of Him who moves in a mysterious way May he look to the Giver of all that good for consolation in this the isI of his sore affliction To a person has grown old from life to the grave seems but a step hence the importance of preparing for death while in health The deceased had been a devoted fol lower of her Savior for many years therefore was ready when the sum mons came The M F High School closed last Wednesday with the highest average daily attendance for several years Prof A H Ballard and wife have la bored constantly for the school and the results of their efforts arc gratifying to the patrons and friends of the insti tution We have not heard a singe complaint but many are outspoken in their praise of their worth as instruct ors and regret that we are not assured of their further connections with the school In this connection we also sire to say that Rev T F Walton pastor of the Presbyterian Church has been for the past five months leaching several classes in the higher branches giving p rfect satisfaction The principal for the next term Is expected to arrive in a few days and be gin active work for the session com mencing in September Last Friday and Saturday the teach ers who will be applicants for common schools in Adair counny were in umbia A liner body of young peopl- is notoften seen together The young men were tastefully dressed wearing intelligent expressions courteous bearing a citizenship that is an hono to Adair county The young ladies were in advance of the young men when attractiveness is taken into con sideration were not behind them in intelligence a statement that the male teachers readily admit Adair county is proud of her teachers believ ing that they will compare favorably with those of any county in the State Instructing the young is an honorable calling and those who have adopted teaching as a profession should feel proud of their avocation The closing of the M F Hig School and a select class taught by Miss Fannie Garnett were properly celebrated in picnicing a t the fair grounds last Thursday The instruc tors Including Rev T F Walton svh taught the dead languages were all there together with their schools pa trons and many other friends The small children enjoyed romping in their own way unrestrained while the older ones indulged in bandshaking and social chat The dinner was as good as mop community can get up an ample to have satisfied many more than were present Mr W S Barker had the entire crowd grouped and a kodak picture will be made The instruments that belonged to the Cpfmnbia Band havcbeensold- acomparyot to colored boys They re port that they will employ a teacber goodliC t Groceries 30 DAYS ONLY 10 lbs Granulated Sugar for 100 cash not charged or for produce On ly 100 worth to each person 12ct 5c Ib nice clean Rice 2 1trge cakes Laundry Soap 5c 4c set Steel Knives and Forks 5c set Tea or Table Spoons 3lo Ib fur Wire Nails ob CquntyClerk Mr G W Rays of Russell county was in our ollcj Monday and informed us that the rains of Saturday and Sunday did not reach his section Mr Jo Cantrell who is Town Mar shal of Grcensburg was seriously slab bed one day last week by a young man named Murirl We do not know the cause or the tioublc The Marshal will recover Mr U P Myers of Hart County was married to Miss Alice Wooten Sparksville Adair county on the 12th of this month The bride is the same women who is prosecuting Mr Porter Fletcher Porter Fletcher a young man well known here met with a very serious accident in an axhandle factory in Cumberland county recently We did not learn how e was hurt but he is confined but will be before the court Mr Jo Nat Conover wants it under stood that Lem Smythe is not the only pebble on the beach that he is some what of a fisherman himself Last Friday he killed a carp that weighed 11 pounds and measured 31 inches in length also a perch 18 inches long Dr W K liner D D of State BowlingGreenthe Methodist church on Tuesday night Map 28 You are given a cor dial Invitation to himW Gordan Mr James C Morrison Is now a citi zen of Cane Valley having moved to MondayMrsmithing business of Miller Pike He is a good smith and we predict that he will do well Dr C M Murrell and Prof John W Flowers assisted Superintendent Jones in the examination of teachers They are now at work on the answers but will not be ready to give out certifi weekewere examined Peacock and Kentucky Squirrel colts MondayrSquirrels as handsome a lot of coltsas were ever on exhibition These colts were shown in separate rings no con test being on lon SaLEMy farm 1 mile from Cane Valley on Columbia pike con raining two acres with good dwelling and out buildings Also 20 acres of good land with good buildings 2 miles east of Cane Valley CHAPMAN DO ONE Cane Nalley Ky Circuithwere every where The merchants did a splendid business and a great deal of stock changed hands Master Commissioner dayomade a number or sites by order of court Mr WJ Homer and Mr W P Ftwcett representing an established music turn have opened an office In the L V Hall building and will hand le pianos and organs Mr Homer Is das export piano tuner and tbeflrm he ivcunnfCed with is old and reliable Mr Fawcett will visit the citizens throughout the county Call and examine their instruments Mrs Lucy Alexander who waS idaughter of Mr James Gllmerwbp was burn and reared in Ada r cotfety died nbou the10th of this month after lure homo near Clinton Henr cocn deceasodyrsnicldd county w F a7r DUNNV1LLE it Rov Joel Montgomery preached vari able discourse at this place last Sunday His subject was the great commission J D Owens was visiting Capt Ed Polley Sunday W H Richsold a pair of work mules last week for 250 He al so bought a horse front Jerry Taylor has just return ed from Monticello where she represented the W C T Us of this placeUncle Ben Bell is fishing as usu al- We had the pleasure of havi the Liberty degree team in o Maccabee Tent last week Th did some nice work The ladies of this place are t ting in the most of their ti planting and watering flowers Send us a rain with the next sue of the News Mr Sam Robinson lute of Ri has removed to this place In t name of the whole town of Dan heWsick fora few days but is up Call on Thee Smith for Buffalo buttons ure c t KintttiK corn tOPIC ntgomery of Lib rfy preach Saturday nigbt uudSllrIa- ight to large congregations B ixVi Montgomery is a very forcible speaker Mr W O Thomas Is very sick Wheat crops are looking better than was expected The continued dry weather is damaging grass Mr W C CundilT state organizer of the Buffalos is meeting with great ucce5Q The Maccabees of our town arc busy as bees Mr Lewis Cundilf of Dunnvllleand Mr Allen and Miss Carrie Harmon of Neatsburg returned home from the Kentucky University last Saturd where they have been in school since the first of January Mr Sam Robinson came very no losing his residence by fire last Frid night Some low down scoundrel motwould hated thc side of hishouse with oil and set it on fire Mr Robinson happen to awake in time to put the fire out and save his property Mr Clarence Smith is going to Louis yule in a few days on business Everybody here like The News OBITUARY David King Williams was ho in Cumberland county Ky Mc 3 1810 He was married th times First to Nancy DaugherI ty Sept 11 1832 rdto Polly Hillis July 1855 Tl1 to Polly Daugherty Sept 25 1805 or professed religion at 18 the old Campground on Allen Creek in a meeting held by Revs Caleb Weeden and William Harris and joined the Marrowbone C P ChurchHe elected an Elder iL 1844I and ordained by Rev Wm NealE He died March 8 1001 it being his mst birthday He had been an invalid fo r years but had bourne his afll tioii with Christian patience ing I am just waiting for the summons to pass over and join dear ones gone beforetHe was a true Christian a neighbor a kind friend a lov father and companion Thus passed away a good man honored and missed W H C SANDIDGE IN HER SEVENTYFIRST YEA Died at Mt Carmel Illin cbutMay 11 1901 at 280 p m Eliza Allen Jones widow of B Jones aged 70 years th months and four days The ceased was born in Tennessee the year 1881was married to Wm B Jones of Cumberland county Ky May 1 1849 rem edto Griggaville Illinois in 1857tJ thence to Chillicothe Mo lived there until two years ago whenW she went to spend the remaining days with her son M Robert 1Vrhen this last removal was made Mrmoot diedwon tho 21st day after his arriv Ho was tenderly cared for likewise the subject of this notice reId five eons and one dough ter Mrs W T Grissom of Blirt yKy being yet living Spectator please oopytb Read th5 advertisement JJ H Smith CoFont ised on our first page B1l7pu P12JrJ FURGERSON KY While grabbing suckers last week G W Flowers fell froma tro a limb breaking letting hfrri flat in the creek He came home hungry and hung hu punts and socks out to dry His friends in Adair will be glad to know he was not hurt only wet and scared The farmers are busy here pre paring tobacco land and ground for peas G W Flowers and Jude lea this morning for Paducah fora months visit to relatives Wheat looks fine Splendid prospects for fruit W T F JESUur5 IYSuuday morning May 5at I oclock the grim reaper Dent Mrmes thoirBwe s daughter sfePclienthe funwas r n 21st year professed a hope i Savior Decomber 1899 an lived an every day Christian ant her death She was ever ready to speaka kind word to every Due Her sister Mrs Leara Taylor thrMIyears ago A day will come bensweet trouble to this family their hours of bereavement to give up to Him who doeth all things a well and who guardeth his loved ones against every thing fthat would mar their happiness While here she was cared for by earthly parents but what is that compar ed with the care of a heavenly parI peawhite throne of God resting on flowery beds of ease dreaming of the sweet angel that bore her across silvery waters and nestled Savioraywe name writ ten in the Lambs Book of Life we feel that we should not mourn rejoiceaylook down on the Brie DotIs cause so you can meet me in th sweet byandby where there are no more parting While we can not understand the phProvidencetheones are taken in the bloom of youth and our hopes shattered forur thirhometebetter off in home of perpetual joy The funeral was preached by Rev Win Smith and the interment in the McBeath graveyard atVictoria is no more with us brlghtIn a home of pure delight SHIrvins countyhadmule colts two pairs of twins One pair of the twins were wen formed mare mules and are living EicIiayry thegfor them to Mr Pat says he never saw a case whotugr0 It is said that John W York esors will be candidate of the Adminis fiction for Senator in the remote LegitRf expected to announce formally his campaign will be begun in arrangWe widieOfficial announcement has beep made of the combination of the ovprincipal shipbuilding interest ofofcountry with a capital of 70D000000 The new organization ll have a capacity of 880000 ton a yearJIt is now time for the stockmen advertise their stock In our judg the newspaper that reaches th eCary people is the very best medium Bills advertisingnl as timilesatmalasorcadto tell the story It you nave assWF JeffriesSon have a newuadl OQetqwtbe lfadtber 4fJt 4 Questions WomenveAreyou nervous Art you completely exhausted DoYOU suffer every month ofthINWine of CardUl cures Do wouldbeduJ thousands like you have real 1bed it Nervous strain loss ofslap or indigestion starts menstrual- atfltstbutinto troublesome complications Wine of Careful Used jUlt before the men femaIermedicine b taken quietly at home There k nothing like it to help costslywomentauyt an physically anew by reason of my use of of DraushbdLadleaAdrlrjetna Chattanooga Tenn k luaconBeware of a Cough A cough is not a disease but a symp tom Consumption and bronchitis which are the most dangerous and fatal diseases have for their first Inc i cation cooilyars are easily cured Chamberlains Cough Remedy has proven wonderful ly successful and gained its wide repu tation and extensive sale by its succ essau in curing the disease which cause coughing If it is not beneficial it will not cost you a cent For sale by M Cravens John Garrison died of heart failure in a t Padu thfyotater veous trouble for years which abtimes completely prostrated me and ma mafn ysicians and no end of nerve and other remedies without relief Mr DIter J Crews merchant Maloy Iowa persuaded me to try Moreleys Sarsapar hotstie went to the right spot for I felt a usaing welJSoldThe hfiadquart jra of the new FederalJudicial District will h in Frankfort IVtl Reported by the Louisville LiceIn eStock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yacdr CATTLE xtra shipping 1 555 75 hipping 425150 Best butchers 4154 50 Fair to good butchersB 5035iK- Common to medium btchr 2 753 50 noos Choice packing and butch 200 to 300 ibs5Fair to good packing 160 to 200fts Good to extra light 120 to 160 tbs 5 80 SHEEP AND TtMKSSs Good to extra shlppVbg Sheepf 3 003 50cDCommon3 2 60 The county jndges have been notified that the Kentucky House Reform is crowded with 2COdu and no more will be received Sprained Arkle Quickly Cured atoof the ankle aoE editor of the Guide Vah Afljr using severalWashiogfnI mended xrjcdlclnes vlth Chamberlains Pain Balm a pleased to say that relief came as I began its use and a oomph tothe curf speedily followed This remedy dYfor frost Bitten feet with tbe bfst results cheerfully recommend its tiso to may need a firstclass Ifalnle by MCravens a this paper sad the CourlerrJtiut 1 81110 per year tat Frank Evans of Bell county was found dead in his cabin near theTaon essee line His head was battered in He was a hermit and was supposed to have a large sum of money hidden and as the house showed that it bad been searched the murder theory is believed ItSaved His I ejc P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a fright ful running sore on his leg but writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the bestsalceih them vorld Cure guaranteed Only 25 cents Sold by T E PauliovSamuel Weaver of Clay county while at work in the tanbark woods was tokilledOld Soldiers Experience M M Austin a civil war veteran of Wincbesner Ind writes My wife is sick a long me in spite o jood doctor treatincif butwaswhol J cu d by J JlIII New Life Pills Avhicl wirUe wonder for her health They h all do Try them Only 25 cents at LPaullt drug store Four thous aid drool boys at Louis ville have signed a pledge nut to smoke clgaretts Consumption is a germ disease Thli germs are everywhere but they cannot get hold of you unless you get your ngs ready for them by neglecting a ld or failing loproperlycureacoug The important merit of Moreleys Honey Pectoral is that while it cures quickly it cures thoroughly Ask your druggist Fox SALEI have 2000 good white oak slats 41 ft If you want them me and see me B L CoxovFu Chronic Sore Leg Mr Richardson had a running sore his leg for twenty years Tried doc tors and medicines without end or any permanent good Mr L B Nunnally druggist Hartford Iowa recommended Moreleys Sarsaparilla and Iron to cure the cause of the sore and make it heal from the inside A few bottles cured his leg and put him in better health an be has been in for 20 years Ask ur druggist Pen SALEOne cow will be fresh in June four bead of yearling steers and six head of sheep deBL ROVSE Neatsburg Ky For a stiff neck there is nothing bet than a free apblication of Chamber lains Pain Balm It quickly relies the stiffness and soreness effecting a complete cure For sale by M Craven The News now nas the most complete assortment of stationary job material and equipments it has ever had We- anc please you if you need any thing In our HUP LINES TO AUNT NANCY she is grow ing lId awl feeble And her locks are tinged with snow Yet she recalls with ardent pleasure Those sunny days of long ago her chair she is reclining I can see her rocking to and fro Me thinks I can hear her thinking For she often talks of little Joe She has always loved him Since his kind good mother died For this grandmother always soothes sympathy on others relied Now his childhood days are over He leaves this kind old grandmas side He must launch his boat on foreign JOwaters As other noble men have tried wasJThough young in years enlisted in line But his many braves went down at fought in battles of Philippines 60Let us all extend our sympathy To this kind old friend of ours Whose sorrowfjire so verymany Tile ladder she Js climbing to Hey en towetEI Now her step is slow dad tottering Yet she climbs with silent Joy Just beyond the deep darlcjjver She longs to clasp this warrftH ALBYitTlisethousand men and boys took ITen a riot h tbe main streets of Friday night Twelve clti injuredIndarose over an police to disperse a crowd gathered to listen to the ppeM gf a single tax orator Judge Benjamin Bucknef aoable ilocbentwe ai years was tone time aCircalt Jude atxl repre- scpted Clark county In the SUtc Legis tare r JVI rzAYLDFrom my premises in Columbia a large red roan dehorned cow For information concerning her I will pay a liberal reward WALKEU BRYANT A Very Remarkable Remedy hIt with a good that of pleasure and satisfactloq that I recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy says Druggist A W Sawtclle of Hartford Conn A logy costumer seeing the remedy exposed for sale on my show case said to me I really believe that medicine saved y life the pas summer while at the shore and she became so enthusiastic er its merits that I at once made up my mind to recommend it in the fu ture Recently a gentleman came in my store so overcome with colic pains that he sank at once to the lloor I gave him a dose of this remedy which helped him I repeated the dose and in fifteen minutes be left my store ats well as ever Sold by M Cravens The residence of Nelson SatlerlHtJ of Nicholas county was completely de stroyed by a stroke of lightening Shudders At His Past I recall now with horror ays Mail Carrier Burnett Mann of Lcvan naOImy three years of suffering from Kidney trouble I was hardly eVer tree from dull achrsaracutc polo in my lack To stoop or lift mall sacks made me groan I felt tired worn outI bgah Bitters butsix butth me and made me fie- ikel a new man Theyre unrivaled to regulate Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels Perfectsatisfaction guaranteed by T E Pauli only 50 cents Mrs Robert Anderson of Nicholas county committed suicide by taking morphine Domestic troubles tbe cause All Eyes On Texas Great is Texas Her vast crops and marvellous oil discoveries- amaze the world Now follows the startling statement of the wonderful work at Cisco Texas of Dr Kings New Discovery Consumption My wltacontractedaseverelungtroublewrites ed a most obstinate cough and finally resulted in profuse hemorrhages but she has been completely cured by Dr Kings new Discovery Its positive ly guaranteed for Coughs Colds and all Throat and Lung troubles 50c an 1100 Trial bottles free at T E Paull esBarry Hamilton fell deadln his dew berry patch in Trimble county h 1C14Ltr UOLl- iraies ifsWVQt1HY l J iITT PATTERSoN HOTEL JAMSST0WN KY J BUCKNER President r BUCKNER Vice President Buckler Tobacco Warehouse So INCORPORATED 313319 CHAPEL BET MAIN AND MARKETAND 216220 TENTH OUTS3ZTLLE KVSPECIAL ATTENTION GISll3N PRlllATE SALES Fours MONTHS FIEE STORAGE Independent Mark your Hhdp HOUSE Y Ir AMrl IIC TIIEssLebanon Marble Works ILEBANON IManufacturerskinds and IAND MARBLE GRANITE Local Ky KIMBLE KY ooo Is now open for the travelin public the year round It Isa large build ing as the picture JUcatcs sad is run firstclass GRAHAM IDtxTTBEIDSpecial foundationsfrontsWMn JEFFRIES HUSSEIiLi SPRINGS HOTEL commodious dscrip particular VAUGHAN Proi Arbuckles j Ro acted Coffoo JThetow priceAat which Arbuckles famous roasted coffee can be sold is made by tits enormous sale It should not be classedwith the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to good advantage the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted blended with such great careand skill When you buy Arbucklesfc you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price- Y u also get with each package a definite part in some useful article Full information with each package 7 Save the signatures F No etter place can be found than at the above named hotel It is new elegantly furnished and the ta ble at all times sup plied with the best l tho market affords qt t Feed Stable in con section B PATTERSON Proprietor JlIfnUCKNERJa Secy and Treas ST ST House BUCKNER KY of of F Agent Columbia in in possible superior so cs or f