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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Xi I j Iv THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I VOLUME r4f p COLUMBIA ADAIfl OOUNTYKBNTUOKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 1901 NUMBER 30 POS1TUFJPICE DIRECTORY J Russell Po3tIUa8teT ol ebuursweekdaysoOOa m to930pm COURT DIRECTORY t sessions ondayin r hlrd COURTThrce atJanuarY third Mnfld7Y an third Monday In September Circuit JugeYVoneS r It Oommouweajth slto1t1HyNn W Aaroiu SheriffJ WjHiirt- Olert CconTFiwt Monday In each month JudgoJ W Butler County Attorney JM Of men Jr Clerk T R Stnlts dlerS H Mitchell S5eOG ADradshaw thirr yorR T McCaftrcq iVD Jones ard Fletcher center court second Monday in ma lontgomet7 CHURCH pIRECTORTT PREOBYTERlNyB- OBKSVItM TMTReY T P Walton acrrfces second and fourth Sundan n eachlmonlh Sundayschool fttS a m eveiy 5abbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST Rev W P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night a DPTIST E Bev Mtor Services third Sunday beach mouth- indayschol every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer ed neetlng Tuesday night PiKBEld Z T Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday night of LODGES so rMASONICNo P and A MRegu ar meeting in their ball over bank on Pet A0 day night on of before the full moon in each month WM T B Secj R A No7 meets first Monday night In each month- J E MunnELL H P in W W Secretary DtTS =SS C CS BII S CRPS J UMBttt1t rnnC f1Hi9J s ltj cif 3r if Lu HENRY tt E IEF 41 r Also Dealerln FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRANDS Remember the place 408 West Market Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop jSSTThe above Hotel has bqen ret- ted repainted and is now ready for the comfprtabl accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable iood sample room Feed stable at tached UMHEME HOTEL JAMESTOWN KY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors 0above named hotel was recently opened TIIH has had a fine run from the start Mrs Dolt looltsafier the cullnn department and sees that the table Is supplied at times- with the very best the market affords The proprietors are attentive and very polite to guests Good sample rooms and thebuilding- Is sonvenient to the business houses First ca s livery attached to the hotel Terms very ensemble Mann Steam Laundry JiEg QN KY rlIJr n rHOROUGntiY quipped modern II laundry plant conducted by experience w rkDen and doing as grade worl as can be turned out place In the country Patronize home Institution Work of Adairr Russell Taplor aud Green solicited Wi JOHNSTON 60 Pro REED M1LERV Agents Columbia Kentucky Children love to take Morleys Little Livcr PilLs for Bilious Pwple beeanso they are small look and taSte like and do not gripe aor atoken them Sugarcoated QM a Dose Sold b i 1 TEMPERANCE The W C T U Hooting at Monticello Ky The wra T of the Eleventh Congressional District met Monticello May 89 a m Afterdevotional exercises conducted lijMrs Ada Simpson of Kiinble Mrs Frances Eeauch amp of Lexington was voted a member of the convention The district President Mrs Sophin H Stone of Jamestown then appointed the following com mittesCourteslesMeslame Mary Keiidrick and Betty Herry- FinnnceMeRdames Georgia Daily and Sue R Taylor CredentialsMrs Ada Simpson and Miss Effie Faulkenburg Auditing Mrs Susie Stone ResolutionsM es d a m e s Ada Simpson Sue Taylor Georgia DailyjjSusie Stone and Misses An nie Belden Olga Ganu and Effie FalkenburgMrs Simpson submitted her report of the Flower Mission department which was followed by discussion led by Mrs Frances BeauchampHrs H Stone then call VicePresident Mrs Sue R Taylor to the Qhair while she pre sented the report of Literature She recommended that Presidents Secretary and individual members local Unions report at eachc meeting all literature distributed eincd previous meeting and that Secretarymake a record of same as to keep a correct report of work done In the discussion which followed Mrs Beauchamp made very plain how good literature will take the place of bad how we must got the Church to help us get temperance literature the homes of thinking people how we can not get along asT GTT U workers without a temperance paper and recommended the White Ribbon The Voice Youths Temperance Banner and the Water Lilly Monti cello Liberty and Duunville Un ions promised to secure the intro duction of temperance papers in their Sabbath schools Jamestown having done so last year Strong supplimentary remarks were made by EM Tobias Huffa kerMiss Annie Belden sounded the echoes from Liberty which was heartily applauded by the convention The outlook at Kimble was delivered by Mrs Ada Simpson Miss Effio Falkenburg presented report from Jamestown showing great activity of local Union Mrs Betty Berry reported for the report was very good she told us much that had been done not reported The next order of business was reports and discussions of the Loy al Temperance Legion Depart ment Many helpful points were brought out Mesdames Beauch amp Talor Wilhite and Miss Bel den participating It was shown that two hundred children remembers of Legions in 11th dis triotAnnouncements were made and the noontide prayer led by Mrs Beaushamp closed the morning session Mrs Mary KendriokjMonticello took charge of devotional exercises of the afternoon session Our State President very foci bly gave us the origin and growth of the department work of the W CT U BId Tobias Huffaker the cham pion of prohibition introduced by Mrs Stone delivered an address wherein the political parties of to 1day were compared with prohibi tion party of the future iIThe Committee on Credentials reported twelve delegates present Tho following district officers were elected for the ensuing year President MrsSopbia StOne i CorrespondingSeoretarYtMissEf lie Falkeuburg J Recording Secre tary Mrs G eorgift Daily Tress urerMrsAdttSimpBon1 It was moved and carried that the Chair appoint the VIce Presi i nd dent and Mrs Sue R Taylor was appointed to that offic- eMrlfBeauchamp gave vis notes from the field which were very encouraging The report of committee on Resolutions was accepted as read The questionbox was then submitted to our State president After announcements for the the a eveningwere made the benedic tion was pronounced by Eld Ya- gerQf Somerset MRS GEORGIA DAILY Dist Rec Secy Our Great Wheat Prospects It Is a piece of the remarftnble good fortune which has attended ttip United States for fhe last Hvc vwars that erip- prospecteare so uniformly encouraging while the German wbeatcrop Is report ed already a failure Tbe outlook for wheat In tblscnuntry was never better Indeed It Is so good that H V Jones editor of the Commercial West a well known crop statistician says that the Indications of May 1 suggested a yield of 750000000 to 800000000 bushels This would be by far the biggest crop ever grown and while it would be unreasonable to expect such an enormous production the situation is one full of promise Tbe acreage of winter wheat shows a decided increase the area un der cultivation on Mayl being reported by the Agricultural Department 28207000 acres or 2032000 acres in ex cess of the area harvested last year Tbe general average of the crop for the whole country was placed at 941 per on Mayl against 389 on Mayl 1900 and 702 per cent on the same date in 1899 What is also of special importance in the report Is the Improvement shown in those States in which there was a practical failure last year Ohio Indiana and Michigan were especial sufferers The three States produced only 24206 342 bushels in 1900 as against 78604374 in 1899 and 113591053 in 1898 Tbe falling off was very marked and it is pecullary gratifying now to note such- a high average condition of the crop in these States The average of Ohio re a ported by the Agricultural Department was 88 per cent as compared with 59 last year and for Indiana 98 as compared with 44 The condi tion of Michigan is placed at 78 as against 65 last year Tbe next month the condition of Indiana and Ohio was only 30 and of Michigan only 47 The average of Illinois ou May 1900 86 and on June was 63 This year Illinois stands at 100 while Kansas Missouri arc credited with 105 and per cent against 104 and 101 at the fame date last year Of course it is too early asyet to say anything definite about the wheat crop of the northwest This was very greatly reduced last year This spring conditions are reported as very satisfactory and as thereare rarely twoI successive crop failures an abundant yield may reasonably be expected for 1901 How different Is the outlook in 1ted rope Germany is much discouraged and anticipating a reduction of 40000 000 bushels and the French outlook is not inviting Granting that the average crop may be produced in the other graingrowing countries vet there will be a good demand from France and Germany unless their crops turn very much better than now appears Of course with so large a crop prospect a high price is not to be anticipated unless there is a serious shortage in Europe It may be this wili be the sase and we be caught with loaded granaries to be bought a high price but this Is purely speculation Of one thing though we be reasonably certain and that fs that wo shall have a large wheatcrop with all the attendant prosperity It signi fies even at a low price At Itall both wheat and corn are about cents a bushel higher tban a year 0usand there Is some guaranty that the price will be one In which there will be some profit to the grower Courier Journal Mrs Beckham accompanied by lIebI Governorand a few special friends will visit the Mqnestcry at Gothsomane In Nelson county June 4th by special invitation from the bead of the order She will be the second female who has entered the sacred precincts since Its establishment fiftytwo years ago Mrs JrProctor JCnptt being the other who visited the MosQRtary while MrS Knot wais Govibrhor Grsafprepara ttocsarebeing wade by the Monks to entertain the party t i What a We It takes money to run a newspa perTbe St John Kansas News What an exaggeration What a whopper It bee been disproved a thousand times it Is a clean case of airy fancy It doesnt take money to run newspaper it can run without money It is a charitable institution begging concern a highway robber The newspaper Is a child of the air a creature of a dream It can go on and on and on when any other concern would be In tbe hands of a receiver and wound up with cobwebs In the win dow It takes wind to run a newspipr it takes gall tit run a newspaper It takes a tel n iilit rig a rhltic mig nation ind a hilt dnzn wlile shirts arid a railroad pass to run a newspaper But money Heavens t Betsy and six hands round who ever needed money In conducting a newspaper Kind words are the medium of exchange that do the business for the editor kind words and church social tickets When you see an editor wth money watch him Hell be paying his bills and disgracing his profession Never give money to an editor Make him trade it out He likes to swap Then when you die after Having stood around for sears and having sneered at the editor and his little Jimcrow paper be sure and have your wife send in for three extra copies by oneof your weeping children and when she reads the generous and touching notice about you forewarn her to neg lect to send 15 cents to tbe editor It- would overwhelm him Money Is a corrupting thing The editor knows It and what he wants is your heart felt thanks Then he can thank the prlnters and they can thank their gro cers But money scorn the filthy thing Dontlet the pure Innoent editor know anything about it Keep that for sor did trades people who charge for their wares The editor gives his bounty away The Lord loves a cheerful giv er Hell take care of tbe editor Dont worry about the editor He has charter from the State to act as door mat for the community Hell get his paper out somehow and stand up fur- you when you run for office and lie about your pigeontoed daughters tacky wedding and blow about your big footed sons when they geta 84 per week job and weep over yourshriveled soul when It is released from yours grasping body and smile at your giddy wifes second marriage Hell get 2along the Lord knows howbut somehow A Prayer For Mark Twain engagega was met at tbe railway station by the minister as tbe leader of intellectual solely in the place The minister welcomed the distinguished visitor and as they walked up to thcftparson age where Mark waster be housed and during his stay his host conversed on several topics and finally said Mr Clemens it has always been our custom in this little town to open every entertainment given here with prayer and I should like to do so to night If agreeable to you Would you have any objections to my doing so ItWby my dear sir replied Mark warmly on the contrary it will given me great pleasurcI should be very glad to know that the lecture was go IpInR to be started right anyhow LtSO with this understanding they went to the lecture room that even LtInjf and the minister left the lecturer sitting In ttie corner of the platform LYtook the center of the stage himself and proceeded to offer a prayer about half an hour long in the course of which he gave his views on current affairs of interest and con cluded saying nhAnd nOw 0 Lrd we withrave tonight a man who known throughout the whole world as the great American humorist Help us 0 Lordhelp us to understand what ne is about to say to us and be amused it and if possible grant that we may derive some real benefit from his lecture It Saved His Let P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a frightful running sore his leg lut writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured Uin five yFor TJlceis Wounde PuBs its the best salvo In the world Cure guaranteed Only 25 cents Sold by TJBPauH f Sr if J If IentuckyHoDleoftheteuds Nowhere Is the feurt so common so old so deadly so persistent as in the Kentucky mountains Nowhere else Is there sneh organization such division- of enmity to the limit of kinship About thirtyfive years ago two boys were playing marbles in the road along the Cumberland riverdown In the Kentucky mountains One bad a patch ontbe seat of bis trousers The other boy marie fun of It and the boy with the patch went home and told his rather Thirty years of local war was the result The factions fought on ftfter they had forgotten why they had fought at all While organized warfare is now over an occasional vhcht yet come up over the patch ou those trousers and a man or two is killed A county as big as Rhode Island is still bitterly divided on the subject In the race for the legislature nut long ago the fued was the sole Issue Anti without knowing it perhaps a mountaineer carried that patch like a flg to victory and sat under it at the capitol making laws fur the rest of the State That Is the feud that has stained the hfkhland border of the State with blood and abroad has engulfed the reputation of the lowand bluegrass where there are of course no feuds a facr that sometimes seems to require emphasis I am sorry to say Almost every mountain county has or has had its feud On one side is a leader whose authority Is rarely questioned Each leader has his band of retainers Always he arms them sometimes he bouses and clothes them and sometimes even he hires them In one local war I remember four dollars per day were the wages of the fighting man and the leader on one occasion while besieging his enemiesIn the connty court house tried to purchase a cannon and from no other place than from the State arsenal and from no otber personage than the governor himself From The Southern Ioun talneer by John Fox Jr in the May Scrlbners Death of G C Hutchinson We have noticed in the Osborne County Farmer a Kansas paper the death of Mr George C Hutchlnsbn He was wellknown In this county hav ing quite a number of relatives and friends here who will be sorry to hear of this noble friends death As a Kansas friendbas given a sketch of his lift I will just say that the bereft family have the sympathy of tbe relatives of Adair and joining counties Asmany of their relatives are readers of The Adair County News I will quote the sketch as given In the above named paper George Charles Hutch inson was born in Green county Kentucky Oct 19 1846 and died at his home in Osborne county Kansas April 29 1901 in the 57th year of his life He was married In 1866 to Nancy M Mitchell who died in 1873 He was again married in 1874 to Elizabeth J Wairond of Hart coun ty Kentucky There were five chil dren of this latter unionfour daughters and one son The widow two daughters and the son survive M5 Butchinsons ancestors were of that sturdy class of pioneers who came from Virginia ajid settled in tbe Green country In Kentucky at the close of the 18th and beginning of the 19th century Mr Hutchinson spent the greater portion of his life In Kentucky removing to Osborne County Kansas in 1884 where he has since lived He joined the Baptist church in early life and remained a member of that rom munion until death He was highly esteemed in the community In which he lived as a man of strength of char acter and strict integrity The Inner al services were conducted at the re quest of the deceased hyt Rev W C Smith of Portis who had been his in timate friend since he resided In Kan sas and a portion of the time his busi ness associate Tbe funeral discourse was preached in the Methodist church at Portltl and a large assemblage of kind and loving friends attended the services and followed tbe remains to their last resting place In Fairvlew cemetery in Lawrence township Everything In human power was done to minister consolation to the stricken home which has thetender sympathy of the entire community JENNIK Cane Valley This paperand the Courier Journal lfioperyesrS r r 1 Fifty Cents a Year Less Than a Penny a Number THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Ga After a career of more 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hay stacks and corncribs to our own We feed him which is seldomIHe Is partly arc not and you must govern yourself accordinglyWe throw in the derrick and telegraph pole combination which we use to hitch him up with If you are fond of driving we would advise you to engage a cowboy that owns a fast horse to do your driving and be sureand get on top of the barn before he begins to to drive the horse For price and coroners address ap ply to the owner MONTPEMER Dr T A Jones was In Louisville last week Misses Pearl Clemmy and Cassye Phelps of Esto were the guests of Miss Golda Hartley Saturday and Sun dayMiss Vie Murrah will teach the Mt Pleasant school this tall A small crowd of our young people were ducked in Eppersons mill pond while boat riding recently Miss Susan Miller Glenville visited Miss Mary Williams last week Some of our teachers thought the examination awfully easy Every body should attend the lecture at White Oak the 1st Sunday in June LTiiueceeiiary Loss of TIme Mr W S Whcfcdon Cashierof the First National Bank of Winterset Iowa in a recent letter gives some expe rience with carpenter in his employ that will te of value to other m chan lea Hi siy I had a carpenter work- Ing for me who was obliged to stop work for seviral days on account of be ing troubhd with diarrhoea I mentioned to him that I had been simlarly troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me He bought a bottle of it from the druggist here and informed me that one dose him and ho Is again at his work For sale by Cravens Stanley Finch an eigbtycarold boy of Danvllle was accidentally shot in the left hand and hip A relative of the lad Gey Williams was loading a shotgun when in some way the weapon was discharged The injuries are severe but not dangerous Shudders AtHis Past 1 recall now with horror says Mail Carrier Burnett Mann of Levau na 0 my three years of suffering from Kidney trouble I was hardly ever free from dull aches ar acute pains inmy hack To stooporllft mail sacks made me groan I felt tired worn out about ready to give up when I began to use Eclectric Bitters butslx bottles completely cured me and made me feel like a new man Theyre unrivaled to regulate Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels Perfectsatlsfaction ant dbyTEPaun unly 50 cents 2i Practical Advertising Talks Mr Merchants you arent making money enough I Bunches aud barrels and bales of money that ought to gravitate toward your yawning coffers undoubtedly goes to mailorder men who catalogue tile- gourisyon sell Now what ac you going to do about that If you could catch Mr MailOrder man some dark nidit when no one was looking the solution of the problem would be a cinch but you probably wouldnt catch him He will probably beat the race track when you are at church and at the club when you are at home and at work when you are at rest or vice versa Why dont you do some mailorder business yourself Of course it will Involve some extra how you increase your business you will increase your ex pense to some extent If you start a mailorder business in the simplest most practical way the additional expense wilt bo triflingtIt will be less than you practical as you may be probably imagine In fact it will be almost nothing Just reason the matter over for yourself You are now using some newspaper space to tell the public about the goods you have to sell Each article in your advertisements should be clearly described including the price Then to get mail orders simply add a line stating that mail orders will be promptly filled So far there need be no extraex next point to consider is the correspondence If you turn this part of your mail order business over to someone who Is both a good salesman and a good letter writer the business Is sure to grow You will be sure of getting a good deal ofbusincss from people who will never come to your store You will be sure of utilizing the full pulling power of the advertising space you buy 1And with a very material increase in tbe percentage of returns the chances are that you will soon find it safe and advisable to double or treble your newspaper space After getting the mailorder depart ment in proper shape the way to be gin issuing a catalogue is to put it in the best newspaper in your city You may say that a newspaper is thrown away the next day after it is is usually the case because it usually doesnt contain a catalogue Use half a dozen columns in one is sue and tell people that these half doz en columns are a valuable catalogue J which should be kept for future use antI people will kejrp that paper and order from it Such an overwhelming large adver tisementonce or twice a year would r pay even if you did no mailorder bast ness at all On the other hand it would pay it you dida mailorder business only 4With the two ways of drawing trade It rj rby its use a handsome profit is car ttdn Paris Texas Advocate t 4Tn 1 TUB t lc1nAl NEW Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair OUl1ty News o cularaxxrxnr dUor c i1 S s nABanl dvole1 to the lu uric t orColumbi ripa0ar and the pout ests or the dt AdaJr and adjacent counties Postomccl oecond pntrred the Columbia class mail matter =SlJDSCRIPXN RllBS SIX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVAN- CEWEDNESDAY JUNE 5 ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY JUDGE WcnienutborUedtoaniJOunceTFGOWE of acaadtdatofor the ol theactionto thesubjectAdair County Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK VeareauthorUedtoannouncePTCOOLK a candidate for the of thethe actionsubject toor Adair County Democratic party FOR SHERIFF WoiireauUiorizebtoamiouoccGnlKES a candidate for Shuriiof Adair su to UioaetiuN of the DcmocroUon party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES ABR ELL a candidate for Jailer of Adair coon ty subject to the action of the Democratic par ty FOlt ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce Mil C JEFFRIES candidate for the of Assess or of Adair county subject to the action orthe Democratic party The Democratic Committee of Adaircounty is hereby notified to meet at the courthouse in Columbia Monday July 1901 at the hour of 1 oclock for the purpose of devisingtvays andmeans to nominate county candidates for the various offices A full attend auto is desired N M PUTT Chairman- P S All Democratic candidate are requested to be present- N M T The sonvenier edition of the e + Williamstowii Courier has reached this office It is a handsome piece ofwork gotten up artistically and and attractively It is published in colors and contains all the principal buildings of Williamstowi and the pictures ofthe promiuer- citizens of the place It is an edition that the people of Grant county should feel proud and itI reflects much credit upon the gen tleman who wrote np the interest ing sheet Our timidity prevents a reproduction of short complimentary artle which appeared in last weeks issue of the Somerset Journal thi only paper outside of The News in the Eleventh Congressional Dis irlct that is making a constau fundaggressive fight to reduce that e g 2000 Republican majori- tyy That we will succeed by and by there is scarcely a doubt Keep the good work moving brothe Campbell Gen Fred Grant seems ambi tious to become the Admiral rrSampsonof the army He reach ed Washington last week and brought a bit of news with him in the shape of a claim for credit for himself for the capture of Agui naldo He said It was my Aguinaldotthey were Funston Surely one Sampson should be an ample sunicieucy for both army and navy The Democratic convention at Monticello made tho following nominations Judge W R Cress Attorney EFr Sanders County Clerk A Fairchilds Sheriff Van Beck j Jailer T H Lair Assessor J Gbbel Surveyor J J Shearer Coroner Morrison School Super intdnilent Frank Shearer rite PrusWont and Republican party are elated over the decision of the Supreme Court but we have not heard of any shouting in Per to Rico or the Philippines The Phil ippiuijs are to have free dom without any representati vhatover They wont be required to visit our Capital but just stay at home and receive the blessings of Liberty So it is said r g t Think about the United States r j inaiiuacturing freedom and shindy 600b miles dj r ping It te Cui tlGSreiLrt ttth Cr liila has returned Urn resignations of Senators riJ1 man and McLnurm with the advice that they further consider their action He states that the people of his State are entitled to a rest from political strand e cud for the good the State ho seeks to dispose of the troublo- bykeepingdownthe fight McLau rin accepts the Governors adviof while Mr Tillman seems to be undecided McLaurin sent to the Senate as a Democrat is a fun fledged Republican in every thim butnamo HB has voted with them on every important questiOn and stands in high esteem with the Administration JJy reason of his actions the people who elected him are indignant and would be glad of an opportunity to disrobe him of official power Ordinarily pnrty fights are not good for the party but in this ease when a Senator is misroprenting his constituency the most vital questions ever considered by our Nation we believe that it ought to proceed True and false seprosepfcatiou of a peo plcan not dwell togather in pJace and so long as McLaurin is in the Senate South Carolina will be ini trouble WP would be glad to see this trouble settled a n 4 believe that the Senators took the course when they foaignoi lIlIofthat he is a compromise man that he prefers peace at any price Turn the bulldog loose and teach traitors that the wages of Bin it death The Constitution has stood some hard knocks in the past from par titan decisions of the U S Su premo Court and it will stand the extraordinary I contradictory decisions hntidejl down lust oek in the insular cases Although for the time these decisions give the administration a freo hand in car rying out its imperialistic colonial policy they will doubtless make enough Democratic votes among the sertous minded who believe Congress to be tho creature of the Constitution instead of the Constitution being the football of Congress as the principal one of the decions practically holds it to bo to elect the next President Ther is not the slightest doubt that n majority of the people of this country regard the Constitution as the best protection of their liber ties and to doubt that they will resent its being juggled with in order to make it meet the exigencies of the McKinley administration is to doubt their intelligence Dem ocrats of course regret that thii decision was made but they flm consolation in the belief that it will result in hastening the return to power of tho Democratic party which has ever been the defender of the Constitution and believer in its strict construction President McKinley and his Cabinet have refused to accept the action of the Cuban constitutional convention in regard to the Platt Amendment Tho Cubans have been notified that they must ac cept it not with their construction with what it means but accept it with the Presidents construction full and free without any reservations The truth of the whole affair is that when this trouble has been settled Cuba will find herself stilt surrounded by water and the the stars and stripes floating over her people while the constitution may not be nearer than Key West From the Klondike on tho North to the laud of perpetual flowers whou all troubles and deplomacy are over the whole thing will ho ours The State Board of Equalization has completed its work and the total valuation of property subject to taxation in the State is 598 800122 an increase over last year of more than 14000000 GRAD YVIILE Dr L C Nell and wife spent Saturday and Sunday at Edmon tonG B Yates and Prof John W Flowers spent last Saturday at Portland visiting the family of S D Caldwell Children services will be held at Union the 1st Sunday in July There has been an unknown disease with our horses in this sec tion Some few dropped dead vvljilcaUiBoryicp others havo been J n end deftd iilthopaBturer W M Vilmjo Je foucTd a young Peacock mufelTeadfin th7pasture one day last week Smith Nell shipped a car load offat cattle to the Louisville market this week They have bought for October delivery a car load of hogs at 5c Yates Diddle are contracting a car laudof lambs forth 20th of this month nt 4o Mr Gewing passed through Ivre last week with nine head of horses enroute for his horn I iu An ac a Horses he bought in this county cost 650 Rev W H C Sandidge preached a very interesting sej mon at Union last Sunday Eld Huffakor delivered a very interesting temperance lecture in our town last Mondaynight Quite a crowd of people attended the singing at Nell Sunday Mr W C Yates who islocate at Greepsburg was here a fow 111I ago and informed us that his caring machinery was in good repair and ready for business Mr Daniel Rucker of Green countywas in our midst Saturday and reported every thing flourish ing in his section Dr S A Taylor and family are visiting relatives at Nell this week L S Smith returned from Cum berland county last week whero ho has been luokju qfter cattle Messrs Oscar Pile and wife W W Brauliaw Wd Y1fe Thos Mur rell and wife G W Robertson tipd daughter of Columbia attended church at Union last Sunday Mr D J Schooling of Columbia was in our town Saturday looking after life insurance He informed us that he would locate for a while with us iua short time Rev T L Hulso and family left this morning for Cumberland county to visit relatives Messrs Robt Young and Waller Johnston two popular young men of Columbia passed through our town last week eurouto for Edmonton G H Nell and C S Bell were in Metcalfe county last week looking after cattle the scarcity prevented them from buying The recent showers have given our farmers an opportunity to set their tobacco Several have availed themselves of the opportunity and through setting We understand that on the 4th July there will be a picnic at Hindmans sulphur well We sup pose there will be a program gram prepared in due time for the ccasionMr D Walker our tobacco man has been receiving some ox tra good tobacco that he bought in Metcalfe county He informed us that Metcalfe grows a better grade than our county especially the last crop Mr Gwinn Moss of Lebanon was here last week and closed a deal with J A Diddle for a large amount of lumber DECATUR Mrs Elizabeth Richards was called last week to the bedside of her sister Mrs Frank Webb Webbs Cross Roads who die with consumption Born to the wife of M T Wit kerson a girl to the wife of Set W Smith a boy to the wife o S J Walters a gir- lFEMX Dr Scholl of Jabez was called e Mr Jobu Gosser who is thought to be in a hopeless condition Mr Bryant Bernard and wife Kim ble visited at D E Sharps Sunday Mrs Lizzie Eastham of Esto is iting her brother Mr Joel Nelson Mr Cy Walters Casey county was here a few days ago Misses Myrt and Tiny Hill of Kim ble visited their sister Mrs Elmer Richard one night last week Sunday will be Sacramental services at Clear Spring The little daughter of Mr Joel Nelson is quite sick Mr Henry Christian who has been very sick is improving- D E Sharp was at Jamestown a few ago on business- Uncle Cyrus Kean one of our old est citizens is in very poor health Mrs Rinda Wells of Sewellton Ited relatives here a few days ago Mr Loren Phelps who was taken suddenly ill is very much improved Mr JobnBerpard and wife visited relatives at Irvlus Store last week Mifs Ella May Fox was here shopping a few days agO Mr Sam Cbrisman and wife enter tained afewof their friends Saturday night The occasion being an old time beerbbblnlj FOR JONES CHrMNfMOWBBS vw ww4w4 nr AND JONES LEVER BINDER Cultivators Handmade Saddles and IIarnes ant the FISHER Buggy warranted far 1a months J W JJCKMJNColumbia Kentucky GT pr Independent Tobacco Warehouse BLACKLEY JIURST c fiJC OTIQISr SALES DAILY REURRNS PROMPTLY MADE 1119 to 1125 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY Four Months Free Storage hlurk Your llhtls INDEPI3NDliNT HOUSE CHAHP10N IS THE BEST RyM THE WHEELS WILLNOrLltr FROMVrHE GROUND WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF Mowers Binders Hay Rakes and Cultivators Dont fail to them and get our prices stock o- fGeneral is complete and our prices all right Remember the old stand W EAT WlIiIiIAfJIS Montpelier Ky liOSSEItu SPlilflOS T4OTEL IWtf KANSAS BELVUE KAN May 30th Editor of The News left my old Kentucky home on the ttmsdthe Sunflower State Kansas is a de lightful country and am well pleased but my thoughts of my old home in passesslotfit in Russell county are remembered and often long to see them again Orchards are fine here and are pretty certain to have an abundance of fruit of all kinds The crop prospect is ex cellent and a large yield of corn and wheat is expected The many show ers we are having are giving life and vigor to vegetation and the prairies are beautiful being almost covered with flowers You may send me The News as it gives the news from my relatives and friends and will be highly apprC elated by me IDA A HALL Route No1 This paper and the Cotirler Journal 150 periyear PARSON MOSS CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order Ve have been In the business for 25 years and know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We will take country produ- ceatarletpal e Give il10us0 r nv1Sr lDfoRD CO a LCUT t1 This Draws the flat Added Traction see Our Vfeffehandise 1901 I I I KIA1BLB KY Tie w Is now open for the travelln o c i h e year round It is a large commodious build ing as the picture in jieates and is run firstclass particularivcoV- Al1G I HAN GRAHAM Pro Wiliore Hotel 1 W M WUiJIOBE Prop Gradyville Kentucky THERE is no better place to stop 1 than at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and afirstclasc table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached Puns Hose Belting PACKING BOILER TUBES Wei 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 NCORPORATPD Lout svillo Ronnie fey Farmers i Farmers lam prepared to takeyour oTders for Hydraulic Rams M throw water from your springs to our houses or barns Can also furnish umpsof anyfcind cheaper than ever rltctome atColumbia for ostima ccallandsomeat the Marcum t3l Yours truly N WO YD 4 3 LYON TURNER 1 DEALERS IN FINE BUGGIES flND 6flRRIflGE Campbellsville Ken They buy by the Q4R LOAD and can sell you anything in profit Write for further information or call and sec twra DEERING I MOWERS RAKES V teiaifs if You fieed Them BUGGIES BRIDLES German Millet Seed Stock Peas FARlIV AGONS- CULTIVATORS v Get our prices before buying We will save you money Wm F JEFFRIES SON CO TOLX1 HILLJ FOR Tin Roofiing Guttering Repairing COOK STOVES WELL CASINGS AND SAND BUCKETS MADE TO ORDER COLUMBIA KENTUCKY HARRY B PYNE WILLS BRENTLINGER inHARRY B PYNE CO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN SecondMHand and New Machinery tOE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue Louisville = = Ketg y W TSTEPHENSDEALER IN Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes I aso keep a large stock of CLOTHINGiwhich can be bought at the very lowest prices I have a nice line of MILLINERY on hands ELKHORN IPJliTijOKVr hrIS OUT OF REPAIR Send it to us we will repair It for you at as low a cost as good work will and warrant it TO GIVE SrlTISFACTIONt also carry a full line of Watches and Jew IWe every description Send for catalogue or in city Engraving FREE IRION GIRABDET C00 41 W tficc j t Loalsvllle Kentucky ICSIfyou want good returns for your money insure your life in the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company For furrher particulars apply afrtnis ofiick r t i WI1NTLONMr Hooker Williams came in Mon dayrMiss Sallie Baker is visiting in 7 MonticelloMr Beard is at home frpm MonticelloCol T Neat was at home last SaturdayMr W Buchanan Campbellsville was here Monday Judge W W Jones left for tromp klnsville last Sunday Miss Mina Breeding of Breeding s visiting the Misses Rosenfieldi Mr FR Winfrey was at the Rus sell Springs Monday Dr C M Murrell returned to Louis ville the first of the week Messrs J F Montgomery and JaswGarnett Jr are in Jamestown Miss Ola Wilson is visiting her broth er Mr W H Wilson Louisville Mr J A Diddle Gradyville was upon our streets monday jtflss SailioEey Marcum spent one day In Campbellsville last week 3 candiiwas t Mrs Ann B Turk this city is vis jVlng a granddaughter in Springfield Mr P T Cooley Democratic candi date for county clerk was here Mon day Mrs W M Wilmore and daughter TlastMr W F Jeffries and Mr CSIIar ris are on a business trip to Wayne county callkweek Allle and Fred Myers of Greensburg visited Mr Lum Flowers last week in this city- Mrs Ellen Wheat Montpelier vis ited the family of Mr Jo Coffey last W M Wilmore and Mr IL A Walker Gradyville were In town Monday Mr W D King Louisville is mix ing with Adair county merchants this week Mr J C Metcale and Mr Fur er son traveling men were here the first of the week Mr Geo W Flowers who lives in Western Kentucky is visiting his old friends in Adair county IEMifsburg is visiting her fathers family this county non H C Baker accompanied blst son Mr W L Baker to Monticello this week Mrs Susan Russell mother orIMessrs J M and J O Russell was quite sick last week Mr A L Wilson and his son Lin nard of Russell Springs were in Co lumbla last SaturdaytoMr Jo Hill reached last Friday after a two weeks trip through adjacent counties Messrs W D Jones and Jo Coffey Jr were in Campbellsville a day or two of last week Miss Lillian Holladay is witnessing the commencement exercises in Ruck or College Georgetown Miss Zilpah Dunbar attended tbe Potter College commencement a t Bowling Green last week Mrs J O Russell is visiting her sis er Mrs G W Redman and other relatives in Campbellsville Mrs M S Martin of Dixon Tenn is visiting her sisters Mrs J G Eu bank and Mrs G W Staples Mr R L Durham wife and children Greensburg are visiting Mrs Durhams parents this county Mr A A Strange has accepted a po sltion on a paper at Middletown IndIjind left for that point last Mr Geo H Gowdy President of t Columbia and Campbellsville Pik Company was in Columbia June 1stIMessrs Samuel E Terry Tom Wil son and Al Pedigo Barren county were here Monday looking for horses Mr N H W Aaron Common wealths Attorney was in Columbia Sunday en route for the Monroe court Miss Sallie Rey Marcum will leave Saturday morning for a four weeks visit in Lexington Midway and Russell Cave Mr J E Gowdy Campbellsville was here Monday in the interest of the stave business His son Lee accom panted him Mr Jo Russell Jr Louisville reach ed Columbia last week He is now calling upon the merchants of this see Lion Mr Jo Williams and Miss Nannie Willis witnessed the commencement exercises in Bethel College Glasgow last week Mr J H Judd who has been laid up in Elizabeth Hospital with jaundice for the past month is expected to be out in a tewdayscProf G P Dillon who has bee taking a literary course at Winchester returned home last week Ho will teach this year at Gradyville Mr Fred Mercer of Eoyso City Texasisvlsitingrelatlvesiathiscouty n t who left the Mllltown country about v8tr itJifLta ago f yy Mr WiG Coriovcr who was stricken with paralysis some six weeks ago is improviug and can now go about the premises with a little assistance Misses Maud and Beersbebs TTH day and Sallie and Lena W ni who have been attending Libel loge Glasgow reached home lass Fr day Mr A J Kinncr is in Adrii in the in erestof the Todd cvv sery He has been in the nurser rL ness for a number of years and Lai been a successful agent Dr W T Grissom who is Interested with his brother Bob in conduct ing a livery in Guthrie Oklahoma left for that point last Monday He will be absent several weeks Mr W T Turpcn has accepted a position at RichjJIill llonud left for that point yesterday morning He a steady young man capable e trust he will be successful In what ever business he may engageCJudge W S Stone and wife J B Patterson and wife Misses Elllie Faulkenburg SaUte Patterson Vertle Holt IIadee Rowe Dr J S Rowe and Mr Loren Phelps were the Jamestown people met at White Oak last Sunday LOCAL JOTTINGS Born to the wife of B B Vaughan June 3 a son A few strawberries have been upon the market Judge Jones is now h olding court ompkinsville t J W Robertson sold to M F spark- arse calf for 2750 Mr J S Breeding sold his saw millj to Mr Bibee of Glensfork for 550 Rev Walter D Stevens of Daviess county will preach at Zion Sunday at 10 a m JlI Yoting bought two mare mules 2 years old from M A Armstrong Monday for S125 A good young cow frosh for sale J S NAYLOU Columbia Ky The Fair at Columbia will commence Tuesday the 20th day of August and will continuo four days c Good oak bedsteads for 250 Coluui lumbla Furniture Planing Mill on the ground lour Isenberg building Circuit court will commence at Jamestawn the third Monday in this The docket is light Good oak bedsteads for 250 Columbia Furniture S Planing Mill Co on ground lane Isenberg building Mr W II rlNewsat Columbia Tuesday the 20thbday of August Mr W H Hudson sold last week tot R D Tandy one large steer for 00 a tine cow to Commonwealth At rney N H W Aaron for 45eAll accounts arc due the 1st of Junea If you owe us come and settle at once We need the moneyW JEFFBIKS S SON Miss Bettie Barbee number of her friends last FrldavC evening Those who attended repor games music and a delightful time It was a fortunate thing that clouds to obscured the skies several nights of last week Had they been clear fruit and vegetables would have been greatly damagedpMrs Mary Webb wife of Frank er Webb who lived near the Russell Springs died last Saturday She was an excellent lady and will be greatly missed Mr J S Breeding now owns four good Jacks having bought last week of Mr G W Thomas one for which be of 20000 This last purchase is the Hcnson jack eMr Rufus Jones who lives on Green killed two line perch Monday morning They measured twenty inches each and were delivered to S H Mitchell this city Messrs E L Robertson Knifley W S Hart RusSell county and Sam ucl Gary Cumberland county gradu ated from the Law Department Bow ling Green College last weekgThere were eleven colored applicants before the board of examiners to teach is school There were three secondclass pTheThere was an all day singing at Nel last 0ledjonCome in and give us a trial our work and material does not giveS you satisfnction it will not cost you any thing Coakley C Sims Bros Marble Works Campbellsville Ky Mr Walker Bryant who has been living In Columbia several months cupying a residence on College Avenue MrnP V Grlssora is occupying the dwelling vacated by him tinteresttlon This is a fraternal order of In surance and Mr Miller is able to ex 1 plain its benefits Every body needs inrorance and should have it i Good oak bedsteads fpr 250 at Co lumbia Furniture Planing Mill Co on the ground boor Isenberg baildfng Fo jrth of July will be celebrated at KM Uissell county An interesting art u will be made put and all who may att nd are assured of a delightful tf 0 T There is a spotted sow on my premises been there since her Will weigh 200 pours iio owner can have her by pay I ti xpenses JWGen E H Hobson Greensburg who has been President of the Cumberland branch of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company has been succeeded by Mr J M Knott of Lebanon The election took place last Saturday odn was a tended GovJ R HIndman deliver the oration and there were short talks bv other gentlemen There was dinner on the ground Found in my oat field every morning a spotted 3 year old heifer The owner bad better keep her under his control or she may come up dehorned I have for sale a good milch cow- DoLrnus MUKKAY A number of prisoners who are work- Ing out their fines are building an ex cellent piece of pike on theJamestown road just out the corporate limits Mr Sam Mitchell Adair countys efficient jailer is superintending the work wassa d last week He had oven in bad health some time and his death was not unexpected He was perhaps the tallest man in Adair county and was a splendid citizen Dick Tandy bought three mare mules 2year old last Monday one from Matthew Armstrong for 590 two aliveredlie alo sold H A Walker one horse mule for 7500 While in CMrwas accidentally thrown from the wagon injuring one of his arms and fracturing two or three ribs He was to a week gtonThe trustees of the M F HIg h School met last Saturday atternoo- and accepted Prof A II Ballard resignation as principal of the institu Lion The gentleman who will conduct the Institution this school year is ex pected at any time Miss Zelma Todd who went to LoulsI ville one month ago and had a goitre from her neck returned last week happier than she had since the growth started TileI only trace left of the once troublesome is a slight searIThere was a merry time at Mrs Jo Eosenfields last Friday evening Miss Lina and Madge have a new piano many of their young friends as for music and for the pleasure that only juveniles know how to Bela out Mr Richard Beard who lived onf creek died last Saturday Het antd was two weeks He was a popu lar citizen and his death was a shock the whole community The re mains were carried to Bradfordsville- for interment There was a gathering of young peo at the residence of Mr R L Hatch last Friday evening Ten couples put in their appearance and the occa sion was one of much enjoyment Miss Carrie entertains gracefully and the young folks are always delighted to other e home Mr TEStults County Court Clerk Adair will raise his residence an other story The york will ba done this Summer or in the early Fall He has a very desirable home and another story will make it much more attractI- ve The spirit of improvement has also struck Mr G W Robertson who will make his elegant home more inMviting by an additional story It was reported upon our streets last Friday and Saturday that Mr Hcnry Barker the young man who visited here six weeks ago had died in Chica where he had been dangerously ill glasd improving and his brother Mr- S W Barker who went to see him is ex home this Tuesday night The following marriage licenses wer p arktn to Miss Etta McClister C L to Miss Ethel Breeding HP to MIss Alice Wooteo Rob Christie to Miss Minnie Jones Olandcr to Miss Ida G Cowherd Jonas Cooper to Miss Francis Breeding Amos Richards to Mrs Pearl Flatt Chas E Moore to Miss Viola Frank lin The grand jury at the recent term of Circuit court returned forty IndIct- ments classified as follows Disturb ing worship 3 furnishing liquor to a minor 7 detaining woman 1 breach of the peaty 4 wreckless weapons 1 petltlarcony2concealed weapons 1 Hqnortoa person in the habit of b e coming intoxicated 1 injuring cattle seduction 1 retailing liquor arilsw uUr Iltadij1ttfYi s isstttiyii JifdI1 f1 fj 1 f I At White Oak The meeting at White Oak had ee generally advertised and perhaps the largest crowd ever assembled at that church gathered last Sunday The oo ca sino was for temperance talks and a lecture by Eld Z T Williams on his travels in about Palestine Early in the forenoon people con menced arriving and by twelve oclock fully five hundred persons were upou dsthe ground They came horseback in buggies spring wagons and road wagons and the vast number of e and the people working their way through them made it appear that there were twelve or fifteen hun drenmenwamenandchildrenpresent o The crowd wa omposid principally of Adair and Russell county people and order throughout the day was ceptionally good = There was no misconduct on the part of any one and citizens who live In the vicinity of White Oak are justly gratified over the meeting Speaking commenced in the fore noon the first speaker being Elder Tobias Huffaker who delivered aIstrong argument In favor of prohibl ton Mr Huffaker is an entertaining speaker and upon this subject he is at home His points were clear and forci ble Eld Williams followed Eld Hulls ker speaking upon the same line The next speaker was Judge W S St ie of Jamestown who spoke pointedly in favor of abolishing the liquor tralllc At the close of Judge Stones speech dinner was announced and not with standing the hundred of people therej was plenty for allot the very best the country affords In the afternoon Eld Williams gave an account of his travels in the farI East He spoke at length and was es pet labs interestingI Liberty Our traveling man made his regular trip to Casey county last week He found the people of Liberty in a ptMrC C College a number of ago was critically ill his reason being dethroned with but little hope for his recovery Improvements were on the increase Mr GrantElliott rc coea res idenceon the MIddleburg pike near the home of Dr Wesley There were several other cottages in course of con tybuildthe bank which will be occupied by hallsnCumsmittee to meet in Liberty the fourth Monday in June to take steps for a cong vention or primary to nominate candidates for county offices Of It is rumored and generally believed Liberty that a young and popular business man of that place will wed a it handsome Russell county lady at an early date Both parties are well known in Columbia and were their vvuuled that the contracting parties had chosen wisely The Pair It has been five years since the pea pie of Adair county have had the fairgan as been discussed for several weeks an all sources comes the information I the people of Adair and counties arc ripe for such an entertain meat So strong has been the that the date has been fixed the ted of August continuing four daysCIMr W H Hudson who owns theSt grounds and the buildings will commence work at an early day and in a very short time everything will be in good shape Liberal premiums will be offered and the outlook was never better for a splendid exhibition Stock from all adjoining counties will be here and there will be a number of special rings for Adair countyclOur farmers and horsemen should commence now to make preparations for this splendid exhibition The ladles will be given a chance to corn pete in their work in fact it will be an all round show Get readytI llesolutioiis of Respect a At a regular meeting of Columbia al R A M held in their onday evening June 3 1901 the fol lowing resolutions were adopted WHEREAS Companion J K AtJStrange who was a zealous member of Columbia Chapter E A M No 7 departed this life on the 29th day of April 1901 therefore be it Resolved That in the death of Com panlon Strange we have lost one of our oldest most faithful and consistent members a noble Companion and a consistent honest Christian gentlemen 3 That we extend to his family our deepest sympathy and commend them to the God who has in all ages shelternl ed his own in time of trouble do 3rd That we wear the usual badge of mourning for fifteen days in token of respect and esteem for onr deceased in Companion 4 That these resolutions be spree upon our records a copy thereof sent to the surviving widow and two sons of our dead Companion that the Colum bla Spectator and Adair County News berequested to publish the same To aU Lovers of Music I have located here to stay with a first class line of pianos and organs and will save you big money if you see me before you buy All instruments guar zle anteed for Jive years Terms cash or easy payments I am In the Hall building three doors above the Post lud6IlDBbClIti 0 Dr W K Piner MrMivO Hughes Coiimbn la Tuesday of last week prospecting t the location of a Training School which the Louisville Conference proposes locate in the Columbia District T gentleman were driven over town an expressed themselves as being perfec- lydcligUtedwitU our city and gave those who were conducting them to understand that this place was largely in the fight for tilt school At night there was a large gathering at the courthouse and the matter fully presented by Dr Plner and Rev Chandler Local talks wero made by Hindraan Judge Garuett and othe There is no doubt in our mind but th Methodist people arc in earnestabou locating this school in the distri heretofore named The question will the people of Columbia and Adair county makean effort to get it Co fereuca proposes to locate It turn the teachers and some money This place is expected to furnish the grounds and aid largely in putting up the buildings Will she do it Iu our judgment such a school would ad dIvery materially to the business Interest of the place and In a very short time this town would become a lea ing educational point in the State A committee was appointed to solicit do naU nc and we trust that our sue tint this proposed enterprise orsinore thou n passing notice hijiirbe whit they arc able to give and secure the school Such a school would bring two or throe hundred students into our midst The moneyI they would put in circulation annually would add fifteen or twenty thousand dollars to the business of our tit There is not a doubt bu this is a ma for serious consideration Two colleges would not hurt We have had them in the past and when properly conducted two did better than one Junge W S Stone was met at White Oak last Styiday and in response to the question How is business about Jamestown said Well there is no news the people arc gener well and business is reasonably fair The bank has been doing fairly well though for several months there Las not been an active demand for money I think the outlook is better for the future and the business of our ncern will be greatly increased when we get into our new banking building which will be erected in the next few months Mrs Stone informed us that the temperance people of Russell coun were active especial the Womans Temperance Union Both the married and single ladies of James town are putting forth every effort to stop the evils of intemperance They meet regularly and pray that God will ve them courage to face the enemy and fight it out to a finish Speaking their cause she continued by asking What is the matter with the ladles of Columbia The evil is with them and dots look like they ought to do some thing for the temperance cause She did not say but intimated that she would be willing to come to Columbia and assist in the reorganization of the Union here This organization has done a good work in Russell county and much good could doubtless be ac complfshed here if the women would gain work in earnest But few men would resist tile entreaties of young ladles Will you organize dPeople in olden times were not so far bind as many suppose Many year 5In coonsthere was a paper mill which employ quite a number of hands It wa by a joint stock company members of the organization be ing citizens of Louisville One of the leading spirits of the concern a Mr Trabue who lived in the city seen t much of his time at this mill Al 1and kinds of paper wero manufactured the company furnishing the adjacent towns with all the material needed ina this line The County and Circuits offices in this section were also furnished with blank paper tram this mill and there are now on file in the offices here old records written upow ilOnw paper mill was a spinning factor and touch cotton was turned fn thread This factory employed quit umber of girls and there are save ladles yet living in Russell count maaufactotI p Here in Columbia we had a nail fao tory batfactory etc heretofore mewin this paperilProf N W Miller who visited 1JBradfordsvilleand showing more Signs of substantial improvement than any other town In 11IfiIinterest manifested in education now school building will be built in the fusure and if present indications not full the graded school question will carry the 19th of June and become operative in September The advance real estate in the last 3 or 4 years prodPe sateswcremadothcroaslioatfineaat go f as Miller has bought property in this en terprising town and feels that he has cast his lot in a thrifty community and among some of the best peo le in aUVI the land and weare not inclined to dis puto it Mr Pleasant Walters and Miss Liz Hopper Font Hill were married a few days ago The room is a popular young wan the bride an accomplished young lady May they be happy and to UveloQisthevSwIfiheBvd tbeJrmDY Ieatia r Seduced Prices I have marked down ell summa- ar clothing suits and odd pants SultsregularprlceS12501educed to reIeducedregulatregular price 3750 reduced tu MOO All others reduced In some projior thin AlLclothlng sold at low prices to close W L WALKKK Mrs dulls A Coiley Dead On Nednesdathe 2bihi1ay of May CumtpplroitdIe ctasa very excellent Chriatiultwoinan sand her death was a burprlgp and a shuck to her many friends of Grady residehd sorrowing husband and bereft children we tender our sympathy Blacksmith and Woodumk am prepared to do any kind of work needed in this section In inaed itdme a cl- J C ito Ulmus KysFound at Last All who have cancer Goitre wanes Tumors Catarrh and partial blindness and want to be cured without mall cine or the knife will please write to Prof J S Chapman Glensfork Ky No cure no pay rnlltCdt1 want to buy sumo pasture for horses clover preferred Will pay good price for pasture or will rent the ficldI2 wks W L WALKEU Last Monday was county court but a very small crowd was in town ItIwas preceded by two weeks of Circuit conrt during which time nearly all the farmers of the county were in the city hence they had but littl business here last Monday There were no landsales and only a few head of stockc cbanged hands Jockey street for tbe first time In many yeans was eotlrel Ydpdeserted By the way new fencing the been put up along this street and Mr W A Coffey s residence situated in a few feet of it will soon be completed and we take it that steps will be taken to have horse jockeys to go elsewhere to do their trading Many of themC are not given to using wholesome lanI gorge and besides property owners do not want their property destroyed Mr J B Barbee of this place went to Campbellsville last Monday for the purpose of closing a trade with Mr Geo Lee for the Columbia and Camp beUsville Stage line Mr Lee as we understand made Mr Barbee a proposition and the latter gentleman made up his mind before leaving this place to accept Mr Barbee already owns the line that reaches Columbia at 12 oclock each day Sundays excepted With both mail contracts in his hand an opportunity is presented Mr Barbee to make good money It is also said that he will take the big stags oft the pike and run a hack instead He will not dispose of the stage but will run it only when travel demands its use another column will be found the announcement of Mr C G Jeffries who is a candidate for Assessor subject partysMr Jeffries was born and reared in Adair county and lots been identified with the Democratic party sines he was old enough to have political con vlctloos IIe is a popular gentleman belongs to an old Democratic family He is a grandson of Mr TP Jeffries and a nephew of W PrJ C T P Dunbar He Is evidently a strongman and should he be nominated sad elected he would make a splendid official Mr Talmage Smith of Louisville ho has been in the tobacco business arvn e git0H y alerstnyn such as to merit the friendship of the whole community From Mllltown he ill go to his home in Louisville anda the future should he visit Columbia bC00heRev W Pt Gordon pastor of theJethodist Church this city has at his willingness to go to a foreign and will leave the States in about wo years It is our understanding Achoice is China and before starting 0 will qualify himself to falk to that be hdownbut it takes a superabundance of love and nerve to carry a man to a country where the natives butcher missionaries for pastime Furthermore our foreign field workers have found it about difficult to convert Chinamans we it would to make ice in S1theIt is an evident fact that Spring be but gloomy weather If wo had nothing else but Sprldg The last day of May people in this commu nits wero wearing their overcoats and cd warps fires were booming and all na tore looked like a late Fall day June has set In and it is hoped that the warm sun rays will now be d Rhino and vegetation grow Cor has a yellow cast and all garden true lfdllig wrrmr You can buy a set of glass tumblers rfor lOc a t W L Walkers Several letters came iu too late Hail e as to reach us on Saturday sugarrfur5100 each WLWAIKEK The attention of our readers Is call ed to the new advertisement of J W Jackomo L V Hall the tinner has anadin this paper People who are in need of anything hisllueshould givh him a call have just received a nice lot of bug gies and McCurmnck mowers Come and see uie- Tm BUADSUAW Hiss Httttie Lewis entertained a number of her young friends last Monday night It a happy crowd of entertainedLadies dress skirts have all been marked down to cost We want to ixj ht ou tat once You will miss uardIllY1I do not come at once W L WALIUJK This oaice bas now upon its shelves four hundred dollars worth of stationary the largest stock ever in Columbia It includes the best quality In all kinds of paper envelopes etc etc Paid list since last issue JDPat SparksLkerson J C Coulter J J Toms I C Cravens James Cravens W H Gill Mrs M E Wilson Mr U M Braue representing Downer Bros Nursery of Todd county Is iu Adair county taking orders This is the oldest company in the United States having been established in 1834 Owns 300 acres in nurairy and is doing a tine business It Mr J E Gowdy Campbellsville who deals extensively in staves was In Columbia last Monday and virtually closed a trade with Messrs Sam Stapp and Lewis Wilkinson for 350000 staves be delivered at Columbia Mr Gow will also locate a heading mill which will be panted near town provided he cn buy timber to justify him The kind and hospitable people at Union have requested that the Adair County SundaySchool Convention be held at that place on SaturdayJuly and it will be held there A full rep resentation from every school in the coooty is urgently requested Dont forgot the date List of speakers will tallow and their subjects J II HINUUAX President The business of Columbia is on the increase a palpable fait known to all observers for the past six weeks Our merchants and other business men make it a point to keep up with the needs of the people A man living in an adjoining county said to us a few days ago when I want to be sure of getting what I stand in need of I come to Columbia The statement was a merited compliment to a class of men who not only keep up with the times but who kea delight in waiting upon their trade Prof A H Ballard and wife who have boon with us for tne past ten months left for Crocus Monday atterJnoon where they will visit severalJ weeks Prot Bollards plans for the future have not yet formulated but as he hug been in the school room so long we take it that he will continue in his chosen profession He is a splendid teacher and gave entire satisfaction here The Professor and his estimable wife will be missed from Columbia In the meantime Prof Ballard claims this place as his permanent residence Last week we reported that Peter Bryant the twelve year old boy who shot and killed George Curry last Au gust would be sent to the House 6t Reform Lexington The grand jury recommending that the court make that disposition of the boy was ven some damaging testimony and both Peter sad his mother were in dieted for murder Opinion is divided us to the guilt of the boy Some think that ho did not fire the shot that kill ed Curry while others are of the opinion that it he did the shooting it was the instance of older heads Invitations are ont for the marriage Mr Welby G Cundiff a popularand- descrcingyouogmanwhuresIdesthree trifles from this place to Miss fedaA one of Columblus best y The ceremony will tike i the residence of the intended rfcftjy parents on Greensburg street Wednesday June 19 1901 at oclock in advanceeeven young couple trusting that their may grow with the years of lives All Eyes On Texas Great is Texas Her vast cottOt1 crops and marvellous oil discoveries amaze the world Now follows the statement of the wonderful work at Cisco Texas of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption My vviPocontractedaseverelungtrouble writes editor J J Eager which caus a most obstinate cough and finally resulted in profuse hemorrhages but she has been completely cured by Dr Kings new Disco very1 Ill positive allnOttkldk1100 TrlalbDtt4dsfr8eit1tllvr 1811 OBITUARY Wednesday morning May 15 thN IdIf Iuth viufd an1 ctitllPl111i1 itspan tile pirit1 Mrs Iiilin Frii Vif f 1C L Farris She Wty c tfi jl to hot hnl tidya jlrt lini llisd she liedauttil the 80tiV tf June sin wniilil have been eighty ytnre lId Shu lin1 been a meuibtr of the Christian Church for quite a jiumlifr of ears HI r maiden naniu was Lauehart and she first married Thomas Wilkerstm Her remains were iuterrpd in htr old homo graveyard now the proper ty of Mr Jim Young We nil px tend our sympathy to tIt two he roavfd sisters MM tsy Knifley and Mrs John Humphrey and to the sad and lonely husband But God knows hIt Tie culls those ho loveth ami why should he not claim His own jewels tho earthly homes be made dreary ALB RTIE HIS LI FE SAVED By Chamberlains cone Cholera aud DIarrhoea Remedy I am sure that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at one time saved my life says A E Lafa lette of Gregory Landing Clark county Missouri I was in such bad shape that the doctors said I could not live When I was at the lowest ebb one of my nelghbyrs brought Ina bottle of Chamberlains Cholic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I took It anti got instant relief I soon got up and around That was nine years ago and I am still in good health Since then that medicine has always been in my house and always will be It is the best on aarth Sold by 31 CravensI At Louisville F S Richardson shot and accidentally killed his wife SunI day morning He thought he heard aI burglar in the house and springing from his bed he fired at an object Int the room It was his wife and she fell deadfAll Eyes On Texas Great is Texas tier 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 wifa contracted aseverelung trouble writes editor J J Eager which caus ed a most obstinate cough and finally resulted in profuse hemorrhages but she has been completely cured by DrI Kings new Discovery Its positive ly guaranteed for Coughs Colds and allJ Throat and Lung troubles IOc andc 100 Trial bottles free at T E Paull Mrs Lilla Morrison Breckinrldge wife of Judge Robert J Breckiuridge present Attorney General of the State died Friday afternoon at the Good maritanr Hospital Lexington after an illness of several months- t A Good Cough Medicine It speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use it in their own families in preference to any other I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for the past five years with complete satisfaction to myself and customers says Druggist Gold smith Van Etten N Y I have al ways used It i n my own family both for the cough Following la grippe and find it very efficacious For sale byM Cravens Fourteen years ago Thos Fish and Geo Stephenson members of promi nent families living at Crab Orchard while drinking attacked Joe Whitley colored who had previously assaulted youngStephetson and shot him sever al times from the effects of which heII died Rather than face the charge of murder hanging over them and bring disgrace upon their respective families by rIsking a conviction young Fish and Stephenson left the country and went West Fish has been arrested at Yin cennns Ind where be had married and settled downand has Icen brought back for trial Stephenson has been located in TexagIIy A Warning Pain or soreness in the back must never be slighted Kidney diseases creep on us with only that one warn log Delay is folly when by the time ly use of Moreleys Liver and Kidney rr Cordial the great system renovator all danger can be avoided ThIs rem r edy is a positive cure for Kidney and Urinary troubles Ask your druggist Judge Barker of Louisville decided that saloons could not be compelled to close on Sunday under the special act Wi of the Legislature Hcvl that theblaw is unconstitunal aV Miss Jeesle Strotll f elected cashier of the Co I k at Grayion f Lx 5OOOOFor Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November 5 1901 will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer as follows For Nearest Correct Guess 6000 For Second Nearest Correct Guess 3000II ThirdII 1500 FourthII 1000It FIfthrr 500 Sixthu 400 Seventh rr rr 300 Next 20 oach 8100 amounting to 2000 100II 50If 5000 200n 25a 5000 1000r 10n 10000tt 3O60 5n 15300 A total of 4387 prizes amounting to 50000 In case of tie guesses prize equally divided Contest closes November 3 1901 The Total Vote of Ohio in 1891 was 795631 1896 was 1020107 1892Of 861625 1897Of 864O22 1898Of 835604 1898Of 793169 1894 776819 1899 920872 1895 846996 1900 1049121 Guess what it will be in 1901 6OOOAn additional prize of 6000 for any person making an exactly correct guess If there be more than one exactly correct guess the 6boo to be equally divided among them The Conditions are QlOO for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles such subscriber to one guess 81OOO for ten yearly subscriptions secures ten guesses 81000 for one subscription ten years secures ten guesses WeeklyEnquirer Editor Bca Cozine of the Shelby ville News was married on Thursday afternoon to Miss Mason Rice at Lexington Wonderful Eight Cures cholera diarrhoea Colic cramps lameness sprains lumbago swellings neuralgia rheumatism and toothache All pain internal or ternal cured quicker with Moreleys Wonderful Eight than any other remedy Ask your druggist It is claimed that the use of whiskey- Is decreasing but that on the other hand the use of morphine and cocaine probably more baleful in their effects for its victims include woman as well men is alarmingly on the increase The Legislature will probably be ask to take some steps looking to the restriction of the bodywasting and souldestroying practice The sale of in se drugs should not be permitted save on the prescription of reputable physic ans If grand juries would vestigate these matters dilllgently and heavy penalties were attached much could be done to mitigate the evil Old Soldiers Experience- M M Austin a civil war veteran of Winchesner Ind vrites1Ily wife was sick a long time in spite of good doctors treatment but was whol cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills which worked wondersfor her health always do Try them Only 25 at T E Paulls drug store William Henderson of Lawrence county aged eightyone and Mrs Margaret Janes aged sixty eloped to Ohio on account of objections raised by their children to a wedding Husband If you have a weak nervous delbita wife do not scold or become impatient with her Give her kind treatment loving words and MorleysLiver- and Kidney Cordial to renovate regulate and strengthen her system and she will soon be your healthy happy best all Price 81 Sold by agent In every town Rev Lew G Wallace Chaplain of the State Penitentiary has been sworn and admitted to practice before the Court of Appeals You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea remedy M Cravens will refund your money if you are not satisfied after us ing it It is everywhere admitted to be the most successful remedy in use for bowel complaints and the only one that never fails It is pleasant sate reliable Rowan county has anall boom three wells have been successfully sunk and leases are being rapidly taken on jacent land Lock Jaw E H Hardln China Springs Tex says One large dose of Moreleys Wonderful Eight cured my mare of It was a wonderful cure and saved me a 6500 animal Sold by agent in every town It is now time for the stockmen to advertise their stock In our judgment the newspaper that 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 in the main ik to set forth terms The News read by 5000 people every week is ready to tell the story If you have good stock worthy and desirable vertise in this paper John M Leach a prominent farmer of Ohio county was throwp from his uggy in a runaway accident and tally injured Hendersoncountfarther near Henderson Saturday u 1ALincoln Relic Mr A C McElroy id the poet sessor of n walkiug stick prizes very highly as an historical relic The cane is made front u plank from the floor of this trld Lin coIn cabin in which Robert Lin coln and Nancy Hanks the par ents of Abraham Lincoln were married and Mr McElroy thinks the plank wits the identical one on which the bride and groom stood while the nuptial knot was being tied The marriago bond of Mr Lincolns parents is in the Wash ington county clerks officeLea der A new plan having for its ob ject the distribution of young trees throughout the country will be put into practical operation next year by the Secretary of Ag riculture An investigation has been made to discover the varie ties which will thrive best in the various localities and the distri bution will be made in a manner somewhat similar to that employed in seed distribution authorized by Congress Special attention will be given to trees of the nut bearing shade and lawn variety and oakes ash and linden will also constitute a prominent portion of the distribution The Secretary believes that the idea will prove popular The United States Trust Com pany of New York has been sued by she Commonwealth of Ken tucky for 185000 taxIS and pen alty alleged be to be due on the bonds of the Cairo bridge of the Illinois Central Railroad Compa ny The trust company is sued as the holder of of bonds issued as security for the mortgage on the bridge and the attachment of the July and Jan uary interest payments by the III labia Central iu asked to pay tho tax The case raises a new point in the Kentucky courts The News now nas the most complete assortment of stationary job material and equipments it has ever had We can please you if you need any thing in our line At an election held on Monday La grange voted for local option by a ma jority of 34 The county went dry by 716 Young Women The entry into womanhood h a critical for a girL Little menstrual disorders started at that time soon grow into fatal complications That female troubles are filling veyuds proves this With of Cardui estab lishes a painless and natural menstrual flow When once this important func tion k started right a healthy life will youngandCardui There is nothing like it to give women freedom from pain and to young wtmt5 for every duty of fife Joo b at druggists Miss Delia Slraytr Tatty Kara have suffered untold pate at menstrual periods for a long time was nervous had no appetKt and lost Interest In everything in tact was miserable have taken four botUesbf of Cardui with Thedfords BtackDraaght when seeded and today am entirely cared cannot express the thanks teal for what you hive dene for me For in eases regeategsseetet tloM iddretf string ijmptoms DeperteatTheCbetraaooasbledelse PI11 R O WHOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Butter try and Egg Also guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Chas Rosenfield Bro GENFRAL COMMISSION MECHANIC 125 West Jefferson Louisville Ku Shipments of Egup Butter Ger Poultry solicited REFERENCES and man Insurance Bank BraclstrrHs Agency Adams Express 0 r TS ltL q fi J+ Blacksmiths + AND WOodworkerColumbia I amprepared to d o all kinds of work in my line and If you need pairing done on your Wagons Buggies or Farm Implements remember me lIUIJITtiresbolts My prices are right and sails faction guaranteed Give me a call COMMISSION MERGHflNTS 138 faS eiferson Louisville Poultry GameEggs and Butter Solicited Reference German Insurance Bank THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE DEALERS IK Exclusive High Grade Boots and Shoes New Designs Perfect Fitting Modern Shoes 316 Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE LY JD Richardson Co LOW RKTES TO CMLIFORNIH VIA gftllrOn April 2nd 9th 16th 23rd and 30th 1901 special one way Colonist Tickets to many California points will be on sale at very low rates from points along the Big Four Route For full information and particulars as to schedules rates tickets call on agents Big Four Routet cr address the undersigned W J LYNCH W P DEPPE Gen P Tkt Agt Assistant CINCINNATI O S J GATES Gen 4gt Louisville Ky An effort is being made by some of the leaders of the Administra tion to break the solid South in a political way An occasional recruit is Bemirftd hy giving to him the distribution of Federal petronage but the movement is making slow progress The Re publican party ptands for a num ber of things which the Southern people will not be likely to accept They do not take kindly to colon zation to high tariff and trusts to subsidies nor to large standing armies As long as the Rebubli can party in the South is made up chiefly of the colored element the whites of that section will not di vide on political lines One fact is self evident Tha managanqant of municipal affairs in the South must remain with the whites There can never he anything like negro domination in that section The people of the North wouldnt stand such a condition of affairs The people of the South will not stand it Whenever Northern demagogues or political tricksters have attempted to interfere in the management of Southern affairs trouble has resulted Georgetown Timw t 1 LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 4 7535 00 Lightshipplng 4 254 50 Best butchers 4 15450 Fair to good butchers 3 503 90 Common to medium btchr 2 75J 50 HOGS Choice packing and butch ers to Ihs 5 351 Fair to good packing 160 to 2001bs 600 Good to extra lghtl20 to 160 lbs 5 80 SHEEP AND Good to extra shipping 751FairCommon fo medium 2 00ft2 601 Foundat LastIAll who have ca c Tiinirs Catarrh and partial blindness nod want tJ be cured without medicine or the knife will please write to Prof J S Chapman Glensfork Ky No cure no p- ayLoan Office e 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 T1 CRESS P Monticello Ky OfficeWeR Cress Co Atty cwly Furnished American Pit n 100 Per Day Juc 9doaier 8 3votel MEALS 25c 523 W Market SI LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER Hgr GORDON MONTGOMERY tt Ytlj17 mtmw COLUMBIA KY Will practice In Adair and adjoining counties Collections a specialty QOffice up stairs over Paulls drug store PATTERSON HJTEL JHM6S0WN KY BUCKNER Sa- PresidentIJ r UUCKNER Vice President No etter than new the affords Feed section Buckner Tobacco Warehouse I d INCORPORATED 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND MARKET AND 216220 TENTH LOWISVILLE T KV SPECIAL ATTENTION CIllEN PRIllATE S1 168 Foun FIEE STORAGE Independent House Mark your Hhds BUCKNER HOUSE THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY IncorporatedCAPITAL 25000 OC 00UIIOUfJTAddress all to HOME OFFICE jLEXINGTOJIGOOD TERMS TO CLASS AGENTS CRCRN r DAISY PROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon Marble WorsJLEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds YANDflfltlliU t W RIOE3 LOW WOIdK GUARANTEEDSpecial attention given to cemetery work Prices less ever offered before We are prepared to kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts WM F JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia Ky Thejalcing r of rood offeewtf m 1IlrnrBegins growing in thecr t between the plantationt2 and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the IIPqualityspoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheapI The extra cent you pay for ARBUCKLES Roasted Coffee oe buys much more than a cents worth of qualityand strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you more cupfels of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuctles Roasted Coffee Other a package coffees are but imitations Arbuckles la each pound package Roasted tee there fa a list of MrekaMr With In which the List Is foundeachflkagekM bOBgbt of some article to be selected by hirer or her from Lint mbject only to the condition that the slf Eaters the pekage ia to be cut out and returned to our Notion Dpt Yea sbemM see this List Address all to ARRUCKLE BROS Keifer PtfsfcsTaafc NEW YORK CITY NY iV place cin be found at thee above named hotel It is elegantly furnished and theta lIe at all times sup plied with best the markets j sa iSta ctul t1 J B PATTERSON Proprietor JM BUCKNER BeoykndTreas JR II MONTHS correspondence FIRST of than all etc imitations otArbacklea the the