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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rii r f- J iffkE DAJOUNTY NEWSVOLUME 4 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 291901 NUMBER 29 l OS luFl ICE DIRECTORY Russell Iosimaater- hours weekdays 700 a m to 83 COURT DIRECTORY yearThirdClacvtTCouMonday In January third Monday In third Monday In September Circuit Judge W W Jones Commonwealth s Attorney N W Aaron Sheriff J W Hurt Clerk Jno n CoCey csxr First yionday In each month Judge J Batter County AttorneyJas Of tnett Jr CnrkTlt Siults JailerS II Mitehet- tassessorG Bradsliaiv- Smrayor RT School SnptW Jones Coruucr Leon ml FletcherCICugularconrt second Monday in aeh month uleJ W Atkins Barney Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESUYTKRtNB- ORKSVILLB 6 Rev T F pastor Services second and fourth Sunda s n each month Sundayschool ato a ce Sabbath Prorer meetliR very Wednesday night ORRSVILLR Rev W P Gordon pastor Service flrt Sunday in each month und1yrho1 every Sabbath at9a m t T reds rlgkt safer TRoc aster Services third Sunday In each month it ay ehol every anbbith at a m Prayer nesting Tuesday night IIPA1itr Sanday obool every Sabbath at amI Prayer mteUgf Wednesday nigh- tLODGES MASONIC No F and MRegu ar meeting in their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before tho full moon in each WTR No7 meets rtMonday night in each month- J MunnuLL H P W W Secretary Dtzr =zCAnDSB HENRY W EDDLEMAN40- 8WMARKETSTLOUISVILLEKY Also Dealer InBFINE STETSON HATS AND ALL KOTHERRemember the place 408 West Market Hancock Hotel BURKSyiLLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 03d2lieabove Hotel has been re TItheiiusts Table supplied with the bes inn market affords Rates reasonable loud stinilo room Feed stable attached GOMMERGlliL H TBL JAMESTOWNIKY W HOLT VAU6HAH Proprietors 0iii above named hotel was recently opened MrJolttimewithPtruestBclatjl eoaonahlo v Cox LetarSteain Laundry LEBANON KYF 0s n rilOROUGIILY equipped modern laundry plant cnductedby exper fenced workmen and dung as high grade work as can be turned out any H ghomeRussell Taplor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON GO Pro P tEED MILpR Agents Columbia Kentuck gohealth m PRIpic Gasey Goonty Delinquent List for the Year 1900 o A JGiboney collector of tax for Casey County for the year 1900 would respectfully report to tho Fiscal Court of Cisey county Ky at the April term of said court 1901 the following persons as delinquent tax payers of Casey county for the year 1000 PRECINCT NO1 Atwood J E JrBoydBrewster Willie Bryant J H Brown Bryant AcySBarton John- Cochrair Wm S Coffman John xUlltCOliCannon James Curmicle Thomas Edwards J D Edwards John Eases James EirJs John Edwards R W Edwards J W Earls Frank- Ed wards PO Hodge Peter poll exempt- r Hodge Frank Holt W TIHaius Evret left tho county Johnson WH Jones V II Johnson A masey Ring Root P King M W Lane IJ Lee 11 F Low W TIIILay S P Lng W T Lynn J E HmryLYlln penitolltiaryMcDowel Mills J b pill pnyr lMoore W 0 Mnrphey Garnet Moore R T Neames Nick Puruis Sam poll property 52 William eton F born W D Riggins John Sharp J W Sharp John GaSingloton Morris Schoopman Sum Sanders H II dead Schoopman Jas poll exempt countyVickoryWethington I S in Ohio countyWoodrum T G ilson M B11ataon R E Wheeler J R Wilkerson W F dead PRECINCT NO 2 Brewster Thos Brown Beuerl Brown G Mjr Brown Wm Bell Edmund Brown SamM PlCopleyCrew J G ReCarterRuCombsCole Anderson Clements Robt Davis R R Douglas S F Douglas M W poll property 12 potDanielEvans E L Foster G W Foster G F Foster J E 20 Goode G C Go dHF Lewis Henderson M H Hatter Jas A Harper W D Weston Knight James T J Land T M Lawson John poll property 85 Lane Joseph Lester 3V E Lane Walker Mason E G Murphey M W McDaniel H E Morgan L I 35 Neff Ottis Pattaii G T Peck J C Peck J M Rayborn Robt in Russell count Richardson N S Shackelford A J poll exempt Smith Green Shreves J T left Shreves B H left Shurling J L Satterfield G V Satterfield A H Sims J J Swah Wm B F Tucker G N Alner Foster J T Btlisted 100 acres of land at 100 personalty 91754 to GTotalWilkerson C H Woodrutn Jas TElWrightWilliams H M Watson Wm JjWhitehead PRECINCT N01 Able Sam Allen John W Nomt Walter Bottoms W B 78 j R poll 45Loyd Campbell j D Caleb Coppage W F Cochran jeff Clements Phil Adair county Campbell M F In Texas Downs Turner Marion county jFoster w M Farmer John Marion county Foster W R poll 30 Good B F poll 48 Goode w A poll 111 yGrantjHardin j A Hieston jaku dead od Dr in Adair county VJohnsoncountyMilpsw Olliye nMurphey CPnrksjohnelJ E j left county 218 ioIo i Bztiloy j R poll 42 countySnSunders S S Sherrel Sam Shelton B H Smith John Henrytephens JohnTaylorWKlliligtiM Kilnpoll 10 a burg lluiina Co left Cu 8 12 vitliiiigtuii E jplhiugtn jf usentFtnvis P M left the county Vflhlnit n J W poll property 296 Vvlliinj R G pollproperly 353 Wethington J D Wetbington Julian Harman Wayman Charley gone 8024 W PhatsonWhitehead James twice listed WetblnKton E L poll property 20 HoIIYclhintrtni Lei L Williams Joe No5IIlt IIJ ty hf t he county A iuitsA n Adams B L Atoms Blue Brown G Sr poll property 16 Uurchctt Bill Brown J T BuMoi Frank Uiukett Henry dead Cantrcll Jas Cox Won Cuflmau Spill jy OiTiiian Isickoe Cox Wise pone Cx B II larkson Josh Cunuon James Crawley J W x J G poll property 31 Cuomer Situ Cox F C Conner J M Clements Jas A Dinken J B Dlnken John Ellis Wallace Farmer Ollie Hughes W K left the county Hafcley John Jr Helm W L poll properly 361 r Jo WihnsonLine S J Tildcn poll property 1d Lynn W F Lowery G W Lowcry Irvcn McAnnally WT countyy J B John obley A Pcmberton T J umber Wm Penyhouse GeoC EReedssell Samuel Smith Andy Sbcperson Wm tlSiersSmothers Blue S iltman James Turpin Samuel L Taylor A L Turner Dave left the county Taylor Sam Wheeler Isaac Wheeler Seamore gone to Boyle coon Wilchcr B W Warum Weldon Wilchcr Wm Wiser Ilardin JlmCJNtT NO 7 Adams It AdainsGco lJBurylBrowning John poll rZG jjBhckbarnBurkley E D CozattC Little N R personaty 8260 yDorCowanCooley A J Cutter Wm Cotton T J HeCandcrCass W II Dcner JO tkilricyFollawell J W dead ls or W A een Alexander IffIt the founty Jilt Grllliii J S GrklerMurioti Ilafelcy R W lfely If Hafely JC ad II A Holland Jessie tJohnsrnMCingne Jo Lynn Silas May W R poll property 826 MManleyGMilbarn J S May Ben axie Albert MaxIe James PRollcrRoller Marion Robinson Thos Shannon Wm poll property 42RIShannon T C dead properly Shannon John SpJuIdID R C Snow G R left the county Swearzin David Spaulding n G Staton Ben ScatidlinH W g Smock R L Shcpcrson W B gone Southerland J A polo property 816 CITmerW J Whltrhouse J B ilson Robt Wilsjn R D llIproperty JL nWilsonWest J C pIn 1iwperty 16 PUKCINCTXOlO EIIJessie I Delk nIl ftJavpnrortThOi 14I- 3 t- Deboard L P left the county Emerson Osborn left the county Easthem T Q Elliott S H Ellison John Elliott Caleb poll property 28 Ellison Dick Floyd J B Godby Robt Godby Richard W Godby Ira Harris Jas A Hines I P left county property 732 Datter W P Kisee James Lay James dead Martin W P Sr Murphy Eli McKlnney W B gone McMinch George Martin Dock gone property 89 Moore John Herri tt It E Merntt WIC- ttersonPa H C poll exempt Phelps Syrus Perkin J A gone to Texas elps Silas Pitman Pat H Patterson W H Rhichardson Thos Roy Virgel Rainey F op Silas Sweet P I eet S C left the county Sal ers LUinx Sweet W 0 Bradley Sweet Jessie W left the county Crusty Wm left the county Prowleridge Geo gone property 312 Wilson Milt no property Wilson Marshall Wall Ge M Ailliams Burzeal left county Williams Mack left the county Wall J F no property Vright Wm gone property 26 Wall W B no property Wall J J Wesley A J left county property J95 1WatWesley lack left the county Wesley U M Colored list for 1000 Bowman Welby AuEdringtonMcGill Grant tell county Napier Thomas left county CWllkcrsoncountyWhite Precinct No 4 Williams J W poll property 297 FMcGillGruckerTucker Edd srPrecinct No 7 Coulter Jiles Durham R C DavidMills EStrawdJohtheat 2000 4 per cent rcceiveu 2080 Report of B Lee Deputy Sheriff MctyDISTRICT NO 6 Me MAblibcr50Baxter 50Ball50 50 IiHasterWin left the county 1 55CravensJ B left the county 1 50 50DoweliT C 1 50 71FrancisFox J P not found 2 59 50KeuoettCK SILay1 M out fuuud 150 ney WB left the county 1eodletou 5U1leaseJ Wlelt the county fully M E dead 1 50 irewittU pauper troy J left the county 50 ichardluowahguuu andltcr JTariarTurner T A let t the Cuunty 1 50 fThomasifWatsonieLuttreMtubal T RDebarti7KenneyiPropesTodd colored 1 Total amount 74 of B Lee D S Delinquent List Removals Etc for the Year 1900 Casey County OOeDISTRICT NO 3 pollBrown Il 1 Conn b1 L 1 50 50CtdyenSgoneSmith 1 1 50 Cheat William S R 1 50 Coyl DECbumblerdelinquentDebenport 150Fe OGcDelkEmbersou Rob l pOElmorcCSuot JeoGuffejlJuseiO Joo fucs Rife iu Pulaski co L50 11311tlirIdt s 5Luttrcll5MerretEdMcDonald J W 1 50 5McDonaldMillard T T gone 1 t5 Millard R H in Wayne county 2 rU 150Norman 5Pitman5PeveiayJauus o Price James B 50 Pailersou John D twice listed 1 50 Piimau W T 50 Phelps J W gone from county 1 50 Phelps Simp gone to Somerset 2 02 II unknown 1 50 Rancy James E 1 50 150BichRogers John Edit 150 Sneed H G not found 150 Shaw Albert not found 1 80 Salley G T 1 50 Taylor Rus 150 iVry A L dead 1 50 Tuner James 150 Fry R A 50 Aalls Ambrose 50 Walden Thee 50 Heeler M L VilMn M O 60 50WesleyWiliuutii C U 1 50 WatMiu uuknovn 50 ii W lius iioi icident 50 COLORED Allen George 1 50 50TaylorWilliams Torn 50 Epperson Siia gone to Adair and mud twice listed 1 98 50BirdIUECINCT NO 8 Coleman John exempt stin George James removed exemptBailey exemptCarter Durham J C removed Dick Geo M Durham John exempt Davenport William Fewel Pete Thomas J removed Hiram charged poll ns Taylor Charlie removed Godby J C removed Grubs George 15HattenHorton T1V- ffarrlson Since noffound ue J T F M removed nston Bryant removed Ebalee Lutrelt H C LewisCorrell R R Lenord Sam Lyons W T not in countyofLenord Frank Lenord Ed Ginnis W H exempt Sarah J charged poll Merril J 0 exempt Mead John H sutra county Dowel George removed Phil prccinctPensten Patterson John twice listed Patterson Massie removed JRossWince Smith G A Snow William Smith L T pullJlJohnWallsWalls Juney i 10WallsWalls N B twice listed YaJberry James Gunmen Thos IKBCIXCT NO 8 COLORED LIST Thomas out found Geo F Wheeten Cbarcy NINTH IltECINCT Elijah Loue EJ Martin Wiu Mullins W W gone McWhurter Ousley ExemptMullins 20MulliusbPopplewell listedPitmanJohn LeeReedLnussellcountyReedWilliam Selby Mack countyTurpin countyWilkerson 3Wllcber J H Exempt White W WoodsonS T removed out of TComptonEdnyter Gee exempt McGill Mack Precinct No 9 b0sali111t1 Thomas L town H T 1BottsCochran J L Clem Mf Bert Harry g S James twice listadlpaJHih W D INOey aRlt Wm twIce 100I J G nett fsD Gnol lld Wuiyrro Ji Hdyden Jaa WTd d l ri WD- ToQeJlnqu II5U t J H SMITH COj 11 PORT HILL KY WITOARE 1 41 General Merchants j HAVE JUST Added UNDERTAKERS kindsof A Collin can be trimmed and sent out in a few hours after notification They Solicit Your Patronagewpromising to give satisfaction in prices and quality of goods When in need of anything in their line give theta a call 1You r Profits Gets xa3m4 BacglI r bugglee directfilthof and T DLACKLEY Selling Carriages Direct axedjssatleaed robNblaDketstionsof each X 772 Ji OhIoJ Tobacco BLACKLEY IIUJRST AXJOTIOM SALES DAILYREURRNS PROMPTLY MADE Marie Your Ilhds INDEPENDENT HOUSE W HEALER pry Goods Notions Boots Shoes keep large stock ELKHOBN KENTUCKY 11f ESTABLISHED If Your WatchI- S OUT REPAIR repair permit warrant GIVE SATISFACTION Watches catalogue wltnny EngrtvingFUE- tIRLOVfGIRARDET XVTirot LouUvillo KQittncky Wllfflore Hotel WILMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky III HERE better plane aboved named hotel sample a firstclass FecdBtable IilllPs Hose Belting PACKING BOILER TUBES Wel Casiogf Iron Pipes General Brass Goods JorWater Steam rl4ill sad Factory Supplies address Hft fSfOTi MFG OOj INQORPORATFD Louisville Koniucky No tCIStFaP IIareea IIIr V X X S HURST Independent Warehouse CO KYFour TSTEPHENSIN I aso a of CLOTHING pricesI L utf 1827 I OF Send it to us w will It fur you at as low a cost a good work will and It TO We ilso carry a fur line of and Jew- r of Af Ci lion Send for or cjl t CO 41 W HI Is no to stop than at the rooms and and Iron Gas and Call oifor iE Farmers Farmers I am prepared to takeyourordersf- orHydraulic Rams w to throw water from your springs to your houses or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write to me at Columbia for estimates or call and se me at the Marcum Hotel Yours truly N WOOD YETINERY SURGEON HstuW Pollevil SpUn Spavio or tar 4 class work d ae at fair prices IGUARANTEJi SATISFACTION I am fixed to take eartof SDORENSIlW ls1t tailo from Columbia oalIgappoiolaeijt l S ti f raraiifs It tm1f jv HI U A ia 5te JJ lft lt 2il5 r W1MM STOCK GOODS JUST kMM fiRRiVErI II IfI IWe have just returned from the markets han immense stock of goods for the summer trade embracing all the newest things in hot weather lDress Goods JMmmings thin gauzy cool light underwear Hosiery Gloves Fans Summer Corsets Ladies and Misses Slippers Parasols m Our stock of light weight clothing is the best we ever had Serges Luster and Henrietta coats and vests Linen suits 200 to 300 Flannel Suits 500 to 1000 GIiildtens Linen II and Ducking Suits 75c and up i IIE SHOESOtJVlT Dont forget w e have the biggest stock of shoes in townfrom the best factories in the cv itiy We make a specialty of mens and ladies fine shoes FURNITUREVe have added to our stock of Furniture and can show you handsome parlor suits from 15 to 40 upholstered silk Damask and Brocatel upholstered Chairs Oak Rockers Dining Room Chairs Folding Beds Couches Folding Lounges Etc Our house is full of goodsall departments complete Wo cant undertake to tell you all about them but invite you to como and Avill guarantee satisfaction I MUKRELL 1 rn1r1 pi TIE ADAIR CODHTY NEVI Published Every Wednesday BY THE 1Mairouty NewsSo j j f i JNCO PORA TED j CHAB 8 HAltlltH Editor Dnmocrati n8p per dsTOtel to the tntc csts of the city of Columbia and the people o Aught and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second class mail matter sonsCRlPT N R1TI J ONE YEARe1tUX 3toNTnsrGeeSTRICTLY IN ADVAXCB ANNOUNCEMENTSF FOR JAILER We authorized to announce JAMES P ABRELLa candidate for Jailer of Adair coon ty subject to tbe action of the Democratic par tyIThe Supreme Courts decision divorces the flag and the Constitu tion Gov Geo K Nash of Ohio is reported to be a very sick man He is at Colorado Springst Why should Deboe and Boreing l be growling over a bone that isI their party They will 1never get a smellII The woman who slipped on theI floor at the Gait House did notI injure her nerve She sued fort 10000 damugesI ExGovernor John R Tanner of Illinois is dead He was af llicted with rheumatism of the the end came last ThursdayL Post has beeni recognized by the Republicans as their official organ It has been the favorite of Republicans here and those who oppose organized Democracy for the past eighteen months The Republican State Campaign r Committee is composed of tho fol lowing gentlemen Richard PJErnst Covington Geo W Long Leitchfield and Olint McCarthy Louisville A Democratic primary election for county offices has been called in Jefferton county and the can ialtes ate now putting up ther money to defray expenses The primary Will boat tfearly five thous sand foliar iriJr tfID The Republicans held a meeting in Louisville lust week for the pur pose of organizing and pushing their cause in this State In that their first meeting a spirit of kickwas manifested by A T Wood a warm friend of ExGov Bradley which shows that their tronblo brewin IRichard W Knott who kicked out pot has downed the Commercial for Republican confi dence and city printing and still claims his paper to be a Demo cratic newspaper He should now change his label nut let it rend as followsliThe only real Republican newspaper south of Ohio The decision of the United States Conrt in to IIOcel1to Congress to make such laws for their government as it may elect is beyond all question colonial government and foreign to the traditions and teachings of a true republic To make them reverence the flag without a guarantee that the blessings of our organic law will be their heritage to empower our Congress to discriminate to lay aheavy hand on the peo pIe of one country and to apply the constitution dp the golden rule act to another is not remote from the forms and polices that reduce republics to empirers thatJ barter off freedom and centrali zes power This decision marks a a departure from the sentiment and teachings of the greatest exponents of liberty the world has ever known It backs up a coloJ administration which unfor tunately has been inaugurated It is a sorious blow to free govern Who can say that this government is not tending toward monarchial form who can assure us that it will not reach it Emperors and Kings rule colonies republics are made and main by a free and untrammeled people Under such a decision President promised freedom will be a stranger to the Philippi no people and a mockery to the inhabitants of Portorico Freedom does not not mean obedience to the dictations of others the obey ing of Presidential and Congress edicts without the consent of the governed or he blessings of our Constitution There can be no freedom under such actions but to the reverse a carpetbag government that bodes no good to the unfortunate and unhappy people who must submit to it We do not believe that the American people will ratify such a course when an opportunity is presented had this decision boon prior to our last national contest Mo Minley would not have toured the country as a secret agent of theE followTill man and MoLanrin will now warm up things in South Carolina Starsvnss that the people way say which brife if tHe lingo is a nenrOta it Mens and Boys Clothing SHOES RUSSELL arisIing FROM TEXAS Our Correspondent Vritr EntertaininglySome Lo cal Mention PARIS TEX MAY 19 1901 NEWSaParis is ready for the big earn iva commencing here Tuesday the 21si inst The square with its numerou booths presents the appearance of small city Among the many attrac tions is a Ferris wheel and an electric fountain the latter being something entirely new to Parisians Virgil Grissom a former Columbia man accompanied by hiss wife and mother Miss Emily Grissom has tone to Little Rock Ark to try his fortune He was in the employ of the firm of Duncan Poole and Hutchin son of this place for some time W E Walker formerly of Grady vine is engaged in building several bridges for Lamar county Mr Wal ker is a first class worker and a good man E L Dohoney a former Adair IICo1 man is writing a book on Spir which will be published sonic this year Col Doboney is one of the leading men in the spiritualistic work in the State North Texas was visited by flood and storms last week causing much damage to crops and buildings in some localities Several buildings at this place were damaged by falling trees It is reported that crops in some pieces were damaged by hail so badly as to cessitate planting over A gentleman recently returned from Oklahoma reports that thousands of persons are pouring into the south western portion of that territory and camping in and about the Kiowa manche Apache and Wichita reserva tions waiting for the opening scheduled for some time in August He further said that the greater per cent of these campers were lawless characters During a basket dinner at the district conference ot the M E Church held at Forest Hill this county JastI week twenty persons were taken via lently ill Three physicians were kept busy attending them for several hoursI The turkey that was served was fed in a patch of oats in tested with the green bug and the physicians acribed tbe sickness to their fattening off the green bugs Country fed turkeys areI poor sale in Paris now every person being afraid of the green bug poison RobertOdin ayoungBaptist preach er was convicted of bigamy in the District court at this place last week and sentenced to four years in the state prison This gay sky pilot has three living wives his last wife being Miss Belle Garner o t this county whom he led to the altar last autumn When arrested he was engaged to be married the fourth time to Miss Ellen Southard a beautiful and accomplish ed young lady of Hillsboro Many Parisians have the oil fever and are flocking to Beaumout in large numbers One o f the Paris men bought ten acres of land three miles from the Lucas gusher for 8100 and sold it for 8100000 D R Beatty a poor non from Galveston arrived in Beaumont January 11 with 10 in his pocket At 81 per acre he took oil leases on ten acres of land within a stones throw of the Lucas well ToI day this same Mr Beatty could write checksfor 500000 and they would be honored He or anyone else knows notI how much he is worth The excite ment at Beaumont is not so great as lt was and heavy buyers of leases arena Two wells have recently been sunk to a depth Of 1520 feet with out obtaining oil Texas is going to the front at a rapid manyylgsShallbe the leading State in the United tates Few people no longer sent elr children north and east tb be ed afJ tr we nbw hoe sa line gChdfls Wbn be foQod ih another sfeta The r i1 t6 last report of the State Superintend Cato Pubic Instruction shows that ttSic err it of the State fund for educational purposes No other state in the Union can show any thing to compare wit these lion The figuresIin Paris June 15 and These team ei ire among the brightest in Text They will be guests of the city the in vitation for them to hold their meet ing here having been extended by the OJmmcrclal1rnuBusiness men from the principal cities of the North and East who made a tour of this State recently returned home highly pleased with Texas and its people When a man is not plea d with Texas it is no use for him to go lsewhere He would not be pleased Iilh Paradise after he got there Wbile digging a well a few days ago tear Tyler this State a man named Fowler found two Indian graves Se ral well preserved jars and pots mad if clay were found at the head an toot of the graves They were cugrav d and otherwise ornamented The Terrell Oil Mill Company ship ped 1000 tons of cotton seed meal to a firm in Hamburg Germany last week Gov Savers has appointed one hun bred and nineteen Notaries Public in tnd for Lamar county Messrs C N Allen formerly of Warren county Ky and A P Dihon ey attorneys In a railroad damage uit last week secured a verdict of 4500 for their client Half of this amount 2250 goes to the attorneys as their fee This is tbe largest fee in a damage suit ever received by any lawyer in Paris Kentuckians their work well In conclusion I desire to say tha people do exist who think that an edi tor should not express his opinion should he differ politically or religious ly with them This narrow contract ed lanternjawed kind of cattle will do any thing that Is mean and cowardly even to the sending of anonymous le ters to the editor who does not think as they do being too cowardly and contemptible to go to him personally Honor is unknown to them manliness is a foreign word equal rights to all they deny Dastards from principle and wearing the mantle of pure cuss ednessand armed with the spear of malice they sneak into the dark places and strike down those who exercise their rights as American citizens The being who anonymously attacked the News should receive a visit from the Kuklux and have a few grains of cour age and manliness mauled into his car cass Among fair minded honorable people tbe poor newspaper man need not fear such attacks Though they might entertain different views politically or otherwise they would allow him his free born rights Should he get red hot personally he would get a fight on his hands but he would not be attacked in the dark 1 have been in the newspaper business in the ca pacities of correspondent reporter and editor for several years but never rer cclved any anonymous stuff thongs I reported and printed every thing Isaw fit to print that would be of interest to the people Some times a dealer in anonymous letters and dirty tricks caught and exposed The hit always howls and it may be that the sender of the anouymouff letter hit raternallyIJ irescorr- JAMESTOWN Mr J W Johnstijn was in town last Walter Armstrong of Creels boro is visiting her sister Mrs Ati H Baugh aliases Ella and Wahlo Wheat of Denmark Vlsltd Mrs W L well last week Mrs Margaret Tubktirhd has been making her holm with itiefamily tit t j i j COLUMBIA KENTUCKY I IrG F Tories for the past six months Is visiting her sister Mrs C II Murrell of Columbia Mr L 0 Phelps and Miss Eflie Palkeaburg were in Columbia last Thursday Miss Roxy Falkenburg of Bart vlsi d relatives in town last week relativestWayne county- MissLinaie Owens who has been rn her cousin Miss Sallie Patter for the past two months returned her home at Junction City Friday Messrs J D Wooldridce and Frank E Falkenburg left for Oklahoma last Friday to make their future home GKEENSBUIltt County Clerk P T Marshall and L II Cibell were in Frankfort last week on business Mrs J A Skaggs visited friends an relatives in Louisville last week rer relativesdMiss Pearl Howell of Louisville is visiting her sisters Mrs W CPenick an Mrs Tom Buckner She attended the wedding of her cousin Miss Rose Howell J E Cantrelf town Marshall whoI was seriously cut in the back by Ellis Mudd has recovered so that he can be out again Mrs Dixon the lady evangelist has closed her meetings here and has re turned to her home Several from here went to Lebanon one night last week to assist in giving the Royal Arch degree to Dr J L Sutphin and flLPa ton both of this place countyttion here June 14 to select delegates to a district convention at Campbells ville to nominate a candidate for the Legislatuae for this district On June 3rd 1001 the town of totyears Last Thursday night at the Baptist church John G fiefs of Cincinnati and Miss Rose Howell were united in marriage Rev Green officiating Mr Qyte is a prosperous insurance man of Cincinnati and Miss Howell is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs W G Howell They left Friday for Cin cinnati Mr and Mrs J T Vaughan aodrMrs Mollie Green of Campbcllsvillc Mr and Mrs Chas Turner of Louisville Mrs Harry Kamp and Miss Hyte of Cincinnati Mr and Mrs John John son of Indianapolis attended the Hyte Howell wedding ESTO Ben Ham the wellknown stock daysIago enroute for Cumberland river toIpurchase cattle R A Stone bought of W C Grider two yearling mules tot 61 Joseph Barnes the poultry man was in our midst one day last week There will be an old folks singing ata Mt Pleasant church the fifth Sunday in June Quite a number of applcants from ra Adair attended the examination in county Mr James Antic whose housevasI destroyed by fire several ago has rented from the widow Stephenson May the good Lord send destruction Wall the bears In the vicinity ot Denmark and not allow them io flood our little town Mn Leo Bledsto was here one flay taU Week ly Wheat is lobking better than expect fedt but an araijtis crdp wi116iitbe blLro veiiteuX V 64P H Z HARRY B PYNE WILLS BRENTLINGER HARRY B PYNE CO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Secondhand and New OE ALL Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue IRVINS STORE Irvins Store is quite a business little g of the population but if we lack any thing in that line we make it up in tbe stock of pluck pet up and ge therea stock of which we always keep on hood We have a general store owned by Smith Bros and pre sided over by that capable and amia ble gentleman Robt Smith who can size up his customer and and proceed to sell him goods as long as his pocketbook shows there is a copper left and then has the face to ask him to can again We have a base ball teat which meIS Saturday evening and the boys ivalizo more fun to ths square inch th any set we have ever son and the tcnn that beats them plain will have to dSIIIIIC line work We also have au M D in the person ot Dr Hammond who successfully treats the sick in this and surrounding neigh borhoods for he realizes that he who lives for another day may als live his bills to pay And then judging by tbe number of night calls he has been liar ing lately we guess the world Is recelc ing many additions to its population Last It not least is our gas factories which produce that useful material in quantities rivaling the oil welts in Texas ndeed it Is made in such prodigious quantities that there is no market at all fur it and every body takes as much as they please without money Iud without price We had a line rain Saturday which was very much needed The drougth prevented corn from germinating and almost julued the oat crop The wheat crop in this section is al most an entire failure owing to the of the fly Mr Pleasant Waters and MI s Eliza beth IIt pper were matried last Wed nesday at toe home of the bride they never regret the step taken bu live happy to a ripe old age doing as much good as ther parents have done FELIX Miss Mary Hadler is talked of as be the teacher at this place with Rob Wilson as assistant teacher There will be sacratnental services held at Clear Spring Church 1st Sun day in June The Welfare Sunday school pupils beginning to practice on program for cbidrens day celebrationt Miss Lola McKinley and sister Lau visited Mls Nora Bernard last Sunday Miss Ermine Stanton visited Mrs Richards last Sunday Rev Jno Stanton attended quarterly meeting at Bethel last Monday and Tuesday Mr Joseph Kean who has been sick tor some time is beter Wheat hops tin this section are bad damaged by fly Miss folia priderof Estb was here flag 1ast week i r JoellfoHh was cbaseil by a wild G fit r a riachinery DESCRIPTIONS Louisville Kentuckyi revised U beast this morning He say he barely escaped bang crushed Mr L M Wilson and wife visited Mr Wade Callicotte last Sunday Miss Josie Popplewell of Jamestown was here shopping one day last week- t Miss Lola Phelps of Esto was here one day this week DUNNVILLE John Burton of Burgm is in Adair looking after his stave business R L Williams is opposed to FairnW 0 Thomas is still very sick but improving Mrs W J Rubarls and Mrs Ed Peliy are visiting friends and relatives in and near Columbia this week The ground has been too wet to plow for four or five days We have line prospects for Tom Bell is still fishing and is catching lots of them Clarence Smith and Miss Lucy Bell are visiting in Columb- iaII in Columbia the first day of court and had the pleasure o meeting with hundreds of my old friends and schoolmates W C Cundiff is working the match trick to perfection and is having lots of fun Henry Thomas will teach the Liberty school this fall Mrs Wells of Junction City is visiting her daughter Mrs Rector Mr Robert Christie and Miss Jones of Pellyton wore married on the 22d of May mertGLEflSFORK Miss Ella Wilbern who has been in very feeble health for r some time is better at this writ ing Tommie Collins who has been working for several months with a Louisville book concern returned home a few days ago Misses May and Lillie Smith at tended the examination at lames George Rosenbaum who has been suffering with canner for about a your is not expected to liveSamuel Collins has sold his bouse and lot and will probably move to Oklahoma He is a good citizen and will be missed at this place Some of our young folks will give an entertainment On Satur day bight June 8 Mr Girft Wesley purchased the Collins property and williombvb heft Ha 1- r It- c PERSONA MENTION r Mr T A Murrell hasreturued f tom NewOrleans Mr W J CcakleyCampbellsvUle- lslnColl1mbla Mr R G Murrell has been chilling but is improving Mr LA McClure Kendall was Columbia Sunday Mr HE Christie of Camp Knox was here on business Monday Eld A H Baugh leftfor his home in Jamestown yesterday Mr Lewis Triplett was quite sick last week but is now about well Mr T B Hazard Taylor county was in Columbia last Thursday Mr A D Pattrson was in Cincln nati and Louisville last week Mr W L Walker and wife Nell were visiting here the first of the week Mr N H W Aaron States Attor ney returned to Jamestown yesterday Mr R M Tucker and Dr Gose of Knifley were in Columbia last week Mr Sam Youcg of Cumberland county was in Cnlumbia last Friday Mr R A Thompson of Lebanon spent several days of last week in Co lumbia Mr Pleas Robinson and wIre were visiting in Columbia last Thurs day Messrs SF White and HM Ie spent several days of last week In Louisville Mr J M Mitchell who resides ne Greensburg wasin town several da of last week Prof N W Miller and wife Brad fordsvilie are visiting relatives in Adair countyeMr W L Baker and wife will leave for their home in Monticello this week Mrs Mag R Tucker is now making by her home with her sister Mrs C H Murrell this city Mr John Morrison and family we the home of Mr Jas e weeCaineMessrs Emmett Goode W J Gas ed key and J M Hendrickson Casey Creek were in town last Friday Mr P V Grissom and wife who have been in Texas for the pIreturnedMr J W Richards left last week for St Joe Mo where he will spend a few months in carpenters work our yl any Monday morning to visit her sister Mrs Sam Mourning who resides in Augusta IllMMessrs J H Young John B Rus sell J B Watson and Mrs Watson and R A Corbin of Watson were here last Friday Miss Pauline Cahell Is spending this week in Cumpbellsville Commence odthatMr S F Eubank returned from Breckinridge county last Thursday to He has decided not to locate in that county aod will probably remain in Columbiabi funformerlyAdair prlmauin Columbia Dr J Ralph Barg the optician whoag spent last week in Columbia will leave for his homeIn Cincinnati tomorrow lIe did a fair business formed many acquaintances and will visit us again in the early future Mr Frank Blankenship who is an case assistant cahlerofoneof the largest banks in Dallas Texas a very elegant dill you g man a son of Mr Bart Blanken and ship who is known to many of our at citizens was in Columbia Sunday en was route home from a visit to his grandfather Mr Hudson Blankenship Den mark Ky LOCAL JOTTINGS good iris witThecounty has been changed toRussell Springs ATompklnsvillcsell circuit courtcerThe list of delinquent taxpayers of chell Casey countyare published in todays R vey proceedings of the Temperance meeting held at Monticello will be published next week as Something the children can use an save aired mother the Dickey Power Churn HUNTEU WILLIS this ellumblaon the ground liter Isenberg bjildlng Mr Garnett Mont omerp Is cow a cater practicing attorney license having anual High terrm of courtKaParties charged with carrying con coaled weapons met the enemyla st sin week Nearly every person triad was convictedMIf the importation of jugs OntinueS at the present rate fur a feW more aid ce Miss proh tiear recta The Commonwealth fs abbuf legtermbe 8tsthllrgetl tliy for i r Thn llirksv Power Churn untie- rnutt UIIU1 rj and sold by home b ys HUNTER WILLIS Look here Aint youcoming to hear ml1ess Good oak bedsteads for 2 50 Colum lumbia Furniture Planing Mill Co inthe ground floor Isenberg bulldio J H Youngownsa Jen net that has brought three male colts in succession n very fine one perfectly black last Thursday morning P Bryant the 12 year old boy of this county who killed George Curry sever al months ago will go to the House of Reform Lexingtonfel All accounts are due the 1st of June if you owe us cqme and settle at once We need the money W F JEFFKIES C SONt You will have no occasion to regret the purchase of the Dickey Power churn It makes more butter than any other on the market The grand jury we understand has been very industrious up to this writ leg and at the close of the session wi return a great many indictments The carpenters work 01 Mr W Coffey residence is about completed Plastering painting and papering will follow as rapidly as possible bmnot the girproseWILLIStr KUsthe Isenberg earner He has a setatt did stock of family groceries Call and ty get rockbottom prices before buying 3t IIHonjorlittlepresenting them with pianosojCumberluared cou k 200000 feet of Lumber at from say to 820 per thousand lobe deliver at the landing at Bakerton geMtyears old the 4th of July next The anniversary will be liLtingly celebrate having already com IllencedFComp in and give us a trial Ifcl work and material does not givect satisfaction it will not cost you thing Coakley C Sims Bro Marble Works Campbellsville Ky r G W Robertson will add an HbellsvllJebeen let to Messrs Murrell McLean and the work will begin ina short time JtJiredtonight Thatcomuilt on locating a training school in near Columbia will be here Itmayb your Interest to be therea wiMrTIbiatlIsetjofledged believer in the advantages new country and has bought in El Rano Okla The case of the Commonwealth a Porter Fletcher was contIn- ued until the nex t term of court The woman in the case is now Mrs Myers whlyThe Jury in the Lafayette Cundiff failed to agrees It stood six to acquittal and six for conviction Gun was charged with breaking in tabbing Mr J B Watsons storepe Plum Point last August The Jur in session two days and one night just ellMessrs hiInDickey Power Churn are young men of standing and full of energy and our opinion that they will meet Eld success for they have as we be prlthewas Paid list since our last issue Pre teJJwe forFEmmett Goode S T Hays Feese H EChristie Luther Har del W L arrlsatcome Appointments for nezt Sunday are first follows T F Walton Ebenezer ajtdPalestineT J city T L flulse Picketts Char W C Cave Russell Springs Mr and Mrs 0 S Harris Is In re years of a program of the twentieth Commencement of the Augusta wn SChloof Augusta III to ba Friday evening May 21st Jlss shin therine Mourning a brand laughter cents of Mrs Kate Smith of this town tons the graduating three with first At bonorsLilPoint r Olandor Scott brother of Mr T have Scott editor of the Burksvlllo Her them was married last Wednesday to death Ida Gowherd whose home was Coburg this county The rites solemhlZefl ttbb Christian nthhntChi Carte Shilcy the rrembaq be tal peffof mta by Rev W S Dudgeon the Baptist church The alkyl wint the prcsontwlll reside in Btfrksvllle ti r FOR S A6R7 head of yearling mules W C tiEsto Good oak bedsteads for 82 50 Colum- bIa Furniture S Planing Mill Co on the ground fluor Isenberg building Temperance meeting at White Oak Williamgand others are expected to take part Sara Mackey of Lebanon purchas Nfromone sorrel gelding from Coffey Brat 8165 A bay mare from Geo Akin 8 heaviest ralntor many mooi- l here last Friday afternoon beginning about 6 oclock The down pour lasted about forty minutes terribly washinggardens and fields in which corn is planted The rain was not general none falling two miles from town on Campbellsville pike Foil SAMS My farm 1 mile fret Cane Valley on Columbia pike con taining 22 acres with good dwelling and out buildings 50 acres of g eastlCHAMIAN DOHOXEY KyALindsay Fair charged with outrag lag Miss Bettie Franklin a girl teen years old was tried last wee The verdict was rendered utforenoon acquitting the accused l at this time lives in Taylor coun but it was charged that the offense was committed in Adair county Au of last year j B Russell ot Watson this coo bought from B F Tupman la week six fat hogs at 5 cents He to Penick Smith eight head of year steers at 4 cents He also sold to lins S Durham 50 head of fat hogs 535 to be delivered at Campbells putek goods at Absher this county and will continue the store at that point entthat Mr J B Barbee made a mistake in turning over a field which he al had sown in oats believing that it ha to cheat Mr Jo Thomas says the growth would have made the corndin the growth Pasturing in the is what makes a field look like but as the grain grows older the eat disappears Last at the Ba WosHowell a handsome and popular young lady known to society yeople of Columbia was married to Mr John who resides In Cincinnati Th ceremony in the presence a large number of friends was pronounced by Rev T M Green The bride is the youngest daughter o W G Howell proprietor of the Green river Hotel Greensburg jue5t ed d W por lon of Tennessee reports tbDcrops in said territory a failure our weather has been extremely for last years crop of tobacco been dry to strip The farmers last week were considerably revived however a refreshing rain furnishing a tobacco season and an opportunity to haveiMr Will Sampson of Middlesboro o spent eight ortcn days in Colu left for his home last week Sampson was born here and our pe Srprogress college During his stn yoursto utmost endeavors in In visiYt as before leaving Miss Pauline Cab an entertained a few special friends in honor Eld Authur H Baugb pastor of the Christian Church Jamestown tilled Williams appointment Columbia to last Sunday forenoon and evenfag two very Interesting ser His subject in the The Christians Life and eatfDecision Both discourses well connected and delivered in a He manner Mr Baugbs Ian artlculatiG on ago c with him and will give him house at any time be chooses to this way This is Mr Baughs and appearance in the pulpit at Co lumbia All denominations heard him justcompllment to an elegant and gentleman a profound and logical minister wWaTfionrcfollowingago I was tearing down an old hsiqupurseplasters which amounted to 35tb and of the following denomlna a 5 cent and three 10 cent bills that time Mr Jessee Royalty 01Yrerty was selling goods at Plu and insisted on me letting him oa the bills He agreed to keep as long as Ibe livid aad it bis they were to bo returned to me XIst1ndtligobodI wild a g get the bills and amwllHDf to lyttamount as was paid to tad far ilk tlrtki for kecimke Mr f skiidlte s fsWa 08Xy i Eloped Mr Herbert McLean and Miss Byr e Dohoney this city eloped to Ten nessee last Sunday and on Mood ay morning were married They are ex pected to return today and reedi the forgiveness of their parents Found at Lasts All who have cancer Goitre wanes Tumors Catarrh and partial bliudn and want to be cured without me todo cure no pay To all Lovers of Music JIhave located here to stay with a nsfirst class line of pianos and organs and 1will save you big money if you see me before you buy All instruments guar anteed for five years Terms cash easy payments I am in the Ha building three doors above the Post Office W P FAWCETT Columbia Ky ICeltiffcatcs Awarded There were sixtytwo applicants to teach common schools before the yotbeing no failures The following named persans carried off first honors baLauraMcCllster Mary Todd Fannie Stults LeekHarmsbe a Cundiff Sallie Bey Marcum and Nora Bradshaw CoffeyJ Farenst Garflelstd SDJwere secondclass cer tificates and two thirdclass Twenty of the teachers who were awarded firstclass certificates were pu pilsofProf A H Ballard Ff teen of this number won firstclass and reDirsewnd class certificates splendid dorsement for Prof Ballard as a teat Prof Horace Jeffries who ha been a teacher in the county for years received a andSunday School ConferenceI The Columbia District Conference will held at Bear Creek Jane 69 Sundav School conference will be held at sani place Jnne beginning at 831 Exercises con ducted by J E Lovtll The following are the questions to be dlstcussed in SnndaySchool Conference What should bs the leading motive in SundaySchool work T L Hulse Jose oldridge T Tartar Are we pastors properly Interested in SuuJdaySchool work P Thomas J U Wat eoaJP Vanhoy Do our teachers invest lhElman T Triplet Kent SandldcgThe importance cf our Schools Into missionary societies R Payne JassAlleyf we use In our jjsameman Could the work SundaySchools be helpS by a Home Class department and cradle roll P Gordon R W Sh emwell W E Thom oes the SundaySchool meet all the needs ofills youne people or is there a pressing tea in the Ephwonh League W Holland Dreedlogg on Examina tion For License to preachT Harrison IMrPope J Johnson For Admission on trial T L Hnlsc W P Gordon W Shemweli For Deacons ordersJames Chandler J E Lovell T Tartar For Elders orders V P Thomas Payne J Goodman L r E mEvery body we have heard speak up atoa summer but order to have one there are matters Therewlgfact Mr Hudson who owns theC glutdog grounds outbuildings fencing etc are out of re pair It will take some money to do this work and it cannot be secured without an effort To us itseems the proper thing to do at this time organize elect a Board of Directors and appoint a committee to get up the necessary funds Pehetraveling man now on the read was in Columbia the first of the week is seven feet 3 inches tall and weighs about 275 pounds Some years he was with Baruma show In Europe and while in that country was a guest of Queen Victoria w presented him an elegant gold wetchRuseU a Knight Templars charm TheH watch rind chain urn best with di moods and are valued ateight huodr dollars Mr Powell is 9 native of Texas ttIwas In Louisville lat week an rmrd folutublans that lie wan tIMryountr man unit we are glad he was fortunate enough to secure position Chronic ore L J Richardson had a running sore bis Jeg for twenty years Tried doc anypermanentdruggist Hartford Iowa recommende MofeteysSsrsaprluaandlrdatdcura hkdcal Inir ttife ieslrJe A tw botttei Lilt e 3 leg and iftlthlm in better health han bn had alDfor3 0 years Ask it1ar Jwkt S GHAPYYIME HA Walker was at Glasgow last C Yates of Greensburg spent a few days in our midst last week seDr John Grady of Columbia at tended church here last Sunday Misses Mary and Maggie HolJaday of Joppa visited friends here one day last week assye bad a very hard rain last Thursday Farmers are complaining of ing damaged by the water Sam Lewis was mingling with our merchants last week in behalf of produce Mr WT Moore of Cane Valley was in our midst one day last week on business Mrs Frank Dohouey visited Mrs R Cullspent a few days of last week visittn his mother and brother in our town Rev Jo Cook of Monroe filled the pulpit at the Baptist church last Sat coursesiMiss Gertrude Grady a popular lady of Columbia spent one or days in our city visiting relatives Mr C C Che anng of Birmingham Ala is in this community looking for and has boughtseveral at fancy nr BlissaC WalkerSunday Messrs Garfield Flowers and Sam Browning two of our popular young men attended the closing exercises of the High School at Canmer last week Miss Mary Grissnm and brothers o Bliss spent Saturday night with rela tives in our town Mr W L Walker and wife of Nell Saturday night in our town en route to Columbia to attend Rcna Nell one of our popular young ladles who has been In the Lone Star State for several months will turn in a few days Jas Monday one of our best citi diedhaswasrage a d five children His funeral service s were conducted by Rev T L Hulse n the presence of a large audience bsSmith C Nell bought of Leon Shuffit one much Cow for 835 00 one of Arthur Bradshaw for 3000 sold Vlna Burris one for 50 They have a nice lot of mules cattle and sheep for sale Mr G T Rodgers the wellknown placephe Informed us tint be bought from W L Walker S Sons a large amount- of tobacco at 5c per pound Thecbildrens exercises at the Methodist church last Sunday evening was Every piece was rendered in the very best style and could not be surpassed This community is indebted to the ladies of this community and to Allen and Grady of Columbia for preparing the children for the occa Preston Head died very suddenly at home near this place last Saturday his 78lh year WATSON S L Coffey of Pellyton was hereon business last week Mr W L Russell bought of Mr Dohoney a saddle horse for 9500 Mrs J H Young and little daughter Emma will leave in a few days to visit relatives in Missouri Mr Chapman Dohoney of Cane Valley was here on business last week Miss Ivy Willis of this place attend Catou Mr and Mrs D Knifley of Casey were visiting the latters parents at this place last week Rev W P Gordon has changed his regular appointment at New Church He will preach the 2nd Sunday afternoon in each month atlsmel the 30th The Plum Point SundaySchool Sis progressing nicely with Mrs G R ase as Superintendent Mr J B Watson Is having work done on his new house It will be completed soon Miss Emma Young was the guest of Miss Maggie Russell Sunday afternoon hashoand will loat In Texas Mr ussell has employed a Mr Riall to placedTESTER Most all the farmers of this place are planting cornOrops are well ishaviogdts place Miss Bertha BrtediriK visited at Ku nice test week Mrs JA Rrcedlng visited her DlontpelterMr M H Judd has returned from Lexington Mr James C Judd will teach the Breeding fcchool this Fall Repnoldtiialast SuoBay Mr AnderK6nJJoofewhohMb e iajteebie he ltblls imptroving Slowly Miss PearIBrecditiiwai In tbwa last iturdtj FOR JONES CHAIN MOWERS n AND JONES LEVER BINDER ltivators Handmade Saddles and Harness and the FISHER Buggy war ranted for 12 months gJW JACKMANColumbia Kentucky GO TO Lll HHLL FOR Tin Roofiing u Bring Repairings COOK STOVES WELL CASINGS AND SAND BUCKETS MADE TO ORDER KENTUCKYr LYON TURNER DEALERS IN FINE BUGGIES flND GflRRIflGES Campbellsville Kentucky They buy by the CAR LOAD and can sell you anything in their line at short profit Write for further information or call and see them DEER ING t eBINDERS TWINES t MOWERS RAKES e paifcs if You Nee Thetn BUGGIES I y HARNESS v SADDLES BRIDLES IIt German Millet Seed Stock Peas s v FARM WAGONS CULTIVATORS rt Get our prices before buying 4 We will save you money WnF JEFFRIES SON CHAflPION IS THE BESTiIT DRALICS THE BAR NO PUSH i This Drawsthe Barit Added Traction THE WHEELS WILL N0T LIFT FROM THE GROUND1 WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF T Mowers Binders Hay Rakes and Cultivators Dont fall to see theaaandgetto- tlrprices Our stock of v Genetfal fJIettebandis f i 47 isbtimpleto ahaliurprides all rent Remember the old stand i r WEI1T St wILk1aIr fd MontpeUer Ky jf J q Rr xLIOPI COFFEE A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL i our next advertisement 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firstclass liniment Sold by M Cravens The State encampment of the G A R will held at C viogton June CM Consumption isa germ disease The germs are every where but they cannot get bold of you unless you get your lungs ready for them by neglecting a or failing toproperly cure a cough The Important merit of Morelcys Honey Pectoral is that while It cures quickly it cures thoroughly Ask your druggist This paper and the Courier Journal I 150 per year Old Soldiers Experience M M Austin a civil war veteran of Wlncbesner Ind writs My I wife was sick a long time in spite Rood doctors but was whol cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills which worked wonders for her health They always do Try them Only 25 r cents at T E Paulls drug store It is now time for the stockmen to advertise stock our judgment the newspaper tbat reaches the people is the very best medium Bills do but little towards advertising as they are rarely ever seen but a few miles from home their purpose the main ih to set forth terms The News read by 5000 people qvery week is ready to tell the story If you have good stock worthy and desirable vertise in this paper If you want topick up bargains read the advertisements in The News It Saved His Leg P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a running sore on his leg but write that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers WoundsPilesltsthebestsalveintblworld cents Sold by T E Paull The annual meetingof the Kent uck StategMeaical Association was hiIi In Louisville Wednesday Tlnin da and Friday of last week Shudders At His Past I recall now with tynor a Mall Carrier Burnett Manas of Levst naO my tired yajs efr suffer r j from Kidney trouble 1 was k 1ever fromhlll achesaracatepal my hack Tostooporlift mallsacks made me groan I felt tired worn out about ready to give up when I bean to use Eclectrlc Bitters butsii bobtles fr f completely cured me and made reel like a new man Theyre unrlvaed i to regulateStomach Liver acd Bowels PerfectsattafactionRDar anteed by T E unlrtf cents i 2H t J The consumption of LION COFFEE has increased immensely and this coffee is now used in millions of homes The grocers all over the country keep us busy delivering LION COFFEE to them You will find no stale LION COFFEE on his shelvesit sells too fast to grow stale Why Because it is an absolutely pure coffee Ourgotto Strength Purity and Flavor Please bear in mind that LieDOoftteeis not a glazed article it not coatedwith egg mixtures or chemicals in order to give it a better appearance We do not need to resort to such measureswe have no imperfections to hide of COFFEE find descriptive article which comfort convenience of our one packages which form coffee Sprained came be cold of treatment ly their In in frightful hardl free Kidneys is oThe expenses of Louisvilles May Music Festival exceeded tbc receipts Beware of a Cough A cough is not a disease but a symptom Consumption and bronchitis which arc the most dangerous and fatal 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Louisville have just been divorced the third time For a stiff neck there Is nothing bet ter than a free apbljcation of Chamberlains Pain Balm It quickly relieves the stillness and soreness effecting a complete cure For sale by M Craven Kentucky bad mo largest delegation of any State represented at the Southern Baptist Convention meeting at New Orleans cjL James York an Owensboro boy aged 12 years was instantly killed by coming in contact with a live lectric wire iAllEyes On Texas Texas Her vast cotton 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 for Consumption My wife contracted a severe lung trouble writes editor J J Eager which caus d a most obstinate cough and finally resulted in profuse hemorrhages but she has been completely cured by Dr Rings new Discovery Its positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds and all Throat and Lung troubles hOc and 5100 Trial bottles free at T E Paull 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Ifcink JJradstmts Agency Adam Fxnr s CI Jt I J 1 9 j f BLicksmiths + AM wo0cworkerClrtlmhia anpreparei to d o nil klidx iJ woik in my line and if you nerd re pairing done on your Wajron ttuxKhv or Farm Implements remember me I keep for sale wagon and buggy tires rims spokes and all kinds of bolts My prices are right andsni faction guaranteed Give nio a rail COMMISSION MERGHflNTS 138 East Jcllcrson Louisville Poultry niul Butter Solicited Reference German Insurance Bank THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE DEALERS IN Exclusive High Grade Boots surd Shoes RSOP New Designs Perfect Fitting Modern Shoes 316 Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE LY Loan Office Life Insurance Policies BOUGHT FOR CASH OR LOANED UPON Farm Timber Lands Optioned FOR SALE OR EXCHANGED ON SHORT NOTICE We Furnish Abstracts to Deeds OIL LEASES T J CRESS P Monticello Ky OfficeWeR Cress Co Atty owly Furnished American Plo Per Day lie Sfoosicr s 3Cotei MEALS 25C 523 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER flgr JD RichardsollCo- LOW RITESTO CHLIFORNIH VIA ti li BiD Four On April 2nd 9th 16th 23rd and 30th 1901 special one way Colonist Tick ets to many California points will be o salt at cryII w rates from points tune the B g Four Rdies F ir fun iiiriiriHHtiiii and particulars as to whrdulfS mrs Mrkes gaffrn agents Bin Four Route r address the undnrsivcned WJ LYNCH Gen P Tkt Agt W P CINCINNATI O SJ GATES Gen Agt Louisville Ky GORDON MONTGOMERY A fILlW COLUMBIA KY Will practln Af1airnndadjotnln counties Collections h specialty r TQlflw up stain or Pin drjjjf r D1 18WCeL Healthy Mothers Few mothers art healthy bees 1 their duties ere so exerting The rn cf pregnancy the shock cf chiltbirJ1r cad tile cere cf yocng children are ij severe trials on any wcman But with j of Cardui within her every n mother woman in landcan pay shetheherowes robust health with til Its rivleres and pleasures cf Cardui will give it you l WItocCAF1JbIistrengthens prates every female or weakness it the best medicine made Ask your druggist for 100 bottle of Cardul and take no substitute under any circumstances Cran Corner bwalcacres b wat a ttnTrterria ws b rriu 24g mill Airusagthe eve bv girl wa la hewn isd aroftamvWiIihakCJ pinIethic in iins YlDpIomtn Ldie ChatunoopTeasUyII Elder Wrscy W Gnbaiu airid jl y are who has been pastor of Grip vine church in Mercer iMiinly ftr six tysix year preached his farewell ser inon last Snnlay A Very Remarkable Remedy It is with a good deal of pleasure and satisfaction that I recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy says Druggist A W Sawtelle of Hartford Ct nn A lady customer seeing the remedy exposed for sale on my show case said to me I really believe that medicine saved my life the pas summer while at the shore and she became so enthusiastic over It merits that I at once made up my mind to recommend it In the fu ture Recently a gentleman came in to my store so overcome with colic pains tint 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 he left my store smilingly informing me that be felt as well as ever Sold by M Cravens LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 4 755 Ligh tsill pping 4 234 50 Best butchers 4 154 to Fair to good bu tellers 3 Common to medium btchr 2 753 W 1I00S Choice packing and butch ers ICO to lbs 5 35 Fair to good packing to200lbs 000 Good to extra light 120 to 160 Ibs 5 80 SHEEP AND LAICBS Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 35Stf 75 Fair to good 2 5033 00I Common to medium 2 00a2 41 Columbia 1F- ArD Campbellsville Stage Line 0GOOD STOCK COMFORTABLE STAGE SAFE DRIVER 0 Courteous Attention to Passenoers Leaves Columbia a manc1 makes connec tion with Louisville train Leaves Campbells vllle 32pinjust after arrival of Louisville trainDsilycxcptSunday Calls at Marcum Ho tel promptly attended to Express at Reed Miller GEORGE LEE Prop PARSON MOSS CO r BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclaSs order Vc have been In the business for 25 years and know how to dowork Our prices are as low and terms as reasujiaWf as ahy firstclass mocharifr J s s take couritry iuv 4 atriiar etvalotGirje- uatall lnuptruar elufnblaMlll Co afit t t l w r PATTERSON HOTELJ- AMESTOWN KV 0 rcJ BUCKSER S- nlrealtt ctuIabove hotel is altpualj and times sup best the Feed tioti R4rLER Proprietor HUCKXimJ ard ickner Tobacco WarehouseI9 INCORPORATED 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND MARKETAND 216220 TENTH ST LOUISILILL KVSPECIAL TTeNTION PRIILATE SALES Foun MONTHS FIJEE STOKAGK Independent House Mark your Hhd BUCKNER HOUSE COeCOR 4N BAISlfROPIUETORS OFT1IK Lebanon MarBle Works h LEBANON KY Manufacturers of dealers In kinds of AND MARBLE GRANITE TtIIII lhi IlWJD tl ElDSpecialbefore We prepared to kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts Wai F JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia USgEliu sPRi14Gz HOTEL KIMBLG K- Yvon Is now opln the travel c the year rouuJ It is a large commodious build ingas the picture in dicate and is run firstclass in every pirticular cQ VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro 1 U HUCSNEK Vice President named It new furnished tl ta llo at all plied with the market affords t StflM in In lee J B JJI 8cy Gli EN r 4 and all f are all etc Ky for T No otherI packaae coffee goes so far or gives such entires- atisfaction as ARBUCKLESROASTED Costs only a cent more than the common binds Gives moro cups and better one ghARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City N Y