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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I i THE ADMR OWHTT NEWSJUNE 12 1901 NUMBER 31 VOLUME 4 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTYSENTJJOI WEDNESDAY iJt POSTUFFICK DIRECTORY 4RuseellPosttngakr Hcchuurs week w te9ao pm COURT DIRECTOIIY baOU URTTbte session rlbrthird Mnduy Ina and January1lnf1t f In Sopteinl er CirctUjWWWJ0n r v nmmiwcaltb s AttornyN II r aron tierifrJW Hurt ClrkJno Coffoy i OkCSTVocoiirFtrrft tadsl In each mouth JudgoJ huller Jas ttett Jrfounts itt mey r ClerkTJultsS 53e00 ABradshaw 3urvoyorll T McCaffre School SuptW Jones Coroner Leonard Pletche- r7rvCounritcgtdarcaurtt second Monday In adi month tdeJ W Atkinn orney Gordon Montgomery CIIURCII DIRECTORY PRESHYTERtNB- OISCSVJMB 3TnaWrRev T P Walton pastor Services second nd fourth Sundays n each mou h SundaysclpOlattn m veiy Uobath Prayer meeting very Vednesda night MKTUODIST W P Gordon pastor Service first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Tursday night frUPTISTGurnv nvno3nFJrlk r Ito Services third 6 iftdiy imeaoh month t iay chol every Sabbath nt a m Prayer t neeiing Tuesday night OI1RISTIN- CAiirEWiEVl PIKE ZT Williams r Paaor Services First Sunday in each month Sundaysee every Sabbath at9 am Prayer etlug Wednesday I1g- htLOIIES Fand AMncgh- ar meeting In their hallOTer bank on Frt day night on or before the full moos In each month Knue YM TIt SecINo meets first Monday night In rush mouth J II MuiinKM II r W W Secretary etTZNES C AiZ rS HENRY Vl EDBLEMN408- WHARKETSTLnUI3VILLEKY Also Dealer in FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRANDS Remember the place 40S West Market Hancock Ho tel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0CsBThe above Ilotel has been re t1brI repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table sullpHepwith the best the market s mood sample room freed stable at tached OIiRIAL HOTBL J JAMESTOWN KY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors 0openedTriHIedIloll looks nflor the culimrr department and seeetbat the table is supplied at all times with the very best the market fflords The proprietors are atentlv and very roito to guests Good sample rooms and the holding Is aanvenlent t4 the business homes Pleat clans livery attached to the hotel Terms very teasonable Letan t LEBANON Laundry KY 0JI 33IIOllQUGiILY equipped modern 1i laundry plant conducted by exper ienced workmen and king ashlg fjrade work as can be turned out an place in the country Patronize a home Institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor and Grpea solicited W JOHNSTON GO Pro REED S M L ER Agents Columbia Kentucky Children lovo to tako Morlcys LHtlo Liver Pills fur Bilious People because the7 aro snyill look and taslo windy and do not gripo nor sicken the l Sugarcoated One n Dose Bold h i r Tlw level and tic Square 0This poem written in August 1856 is the moat popular of the Masonic poems Fifteen musical compositions have been set to it and either as song dr declamation it has gone the rounds of the Masonic world Ve meetupon the level and we part upon the square What words of precious moaning those words Masonic are Come let us contemplate them they aro worthy of a thought- In the very walls of Masonry the sentiment is wrought We meet upon the level though from every station come- Th rich man from his palace and the poor man from his home For the rich man must leave his wealth and state outside Masons door And the poor man finds his best respect upon the Checkered Floor We act upon the Plumtis the order of our Guide Wo walk upright in virtues way and lean to neither side The All Seeing Eye that reads our hearts doth bear us witness true That we shall try to honor God and give each man his due We part upon the Square for the world must have its due We mingle with the multitude a faithful Band and true But the influence of our gatherings in memory is green And we long upon the level to renew the happy scene Theres a world where all are equalwe are hurrying towards it fast We shall meet upon the Level there when the gates of Death are passed We shall stand before the Orient and our Master will be there To try the block we offer with his own unerring Square Wo shall meet upon the level there but never thence depart Theres mansiontisall ready for each trusting faithful heart Theres a Mansion and a Welcome and a multitude js there Who have met upon the Leveland been tried upon the Square Let us meet upon the Level then while laboring patient here Let us meet and let us labor though the labor be severe Already in the Western Sky the sign bids us prepare To gather up our Working Tools and part upon the Square Hands round ye faithful Brotherhood the bright fraternal chain We part upon the Square below to meet in Heaven again What words of precious meaning those words Masonic are We meet upon the Level and we part upon the Square A Beautiful TributeIf Ohe of the most beautiful tributes ever paid to the dog was delivered by Senator Vest of Missouri some years ago He was attending court in a country town and while waiting for the trial of a case in which he was terested he was urged by the attor neys in a dog case to help them He was paid a fee of 250 by the plaintiff Voluminous evidence was introduced to show that the plaintiff had shot the dog in malice while other evidence went to show that the dog had attack ed the defendant Vest took no part in the trial and was not disposed toJ speak The attorneys however urged him to make a speech or else their client would think he had not earned his fee Being thus urged he arose scanned the face of each jurman and said Gentleman of the jury The bestI friend a man has in the world may turn against him and become his encI my His son or daughter that he has reared with loving care may prove ungrateful Those who are dearest to us those whom we trust with our happiness and our name may become traitor to theirlaith The money that a man has he may lose It flies away from him when he needs it most A mans reputation may be sacrificed in a moment of illconsidered action Those who are prone to fall on their knees to do us honor when success is with us may be the first to throw the stone of malice when failure settles its coud upon our heads The one absolutely unselfish friend that a man can have in this world tho one that never deserts him the one that never Droves ungra teful or treacherous is the dog A mans dog stands bv him in poverty in health and in sickness He will sleep on the cold ground where the wintry winds blow and the snow drives fiercely if only he may be near h1 masters ride He will kiss the han that has no food to offer be will lid the sores and wounds that come to en counter the roughness of this world He guards the sleep of a pauper mas ter as if he were a prince When al other friends desert he remains When riches take wings and reputa tion falls to pieces he is as constant in his love as the sun in its journey through the heavens If fortune drives the master forth an outcast i the world friendless and homeless the Priviliyg e that of accompaninghlm to guard against danger to fight against his enemies Acd when the last scene of all comes and death takes the master in its embrace and his body is laid away in the cold ground no matter if all other friends pursue their way there by the grave will bis noble dog bem found his head between his ptwe his eyes sad but upon Iii alert Watch fulness faithful and true even in death spokenHe made no reference to the evidence or the merits of the case When he finished jugdu and jury were wiping their eyes The jury flied out but soon entered with a verdict in favor of the plaintiff for 9300 He bad sued for 250 It is even said th it some of the jurors wanted to hang the defendant Saved by Masonry Honorable Edwin H Conger who has just returned to his old home in Iowa for a visit after his arduous duties as Minister to China owes his life to Freemasonry and behind this fact lit s the story of why he became a Ma sonMr Conger enlisted in the Union Army at the age of nineteen His reg iment was one of the Illinois regiment and after beingfilcd it was burned to the front as rapidly as plJSSiblcI In the forced marched across Tennessee the heat was intense and many of the new men dropped out Conger was among the number overcome He was told that he might go tJ the ambulance but declined the privilege and after resting himself a short time resumed his march Finally however weak and delirious with fever he was left by the wayside In the enemys country with only a comrade who was to wait for the end and then rejoin the regiment With scarcely anything to eat and no shelter the situation was appalling Finally a plan suggested itself to the watcher He went as quickly as possible to the nosiest village and ap preaching the first group of men said I am a Mason is there a Mason among you or at ban- dlOne of the most prominent citizens of the village stepped forward and warmly greeted him dyIngIaidkwas the village and given the bestof treat meat In a short time he was nursed blsIone as soon as he was old enough was to ap ply for admission into the Masonic or der All Eyes On Towns cottonncrops amaze the world Now follows the startling statement of the wonderful work at Cisco Texas of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption My wif a contracted a severe lung trouble writes editor J J Eager which caused a most obstinate cough and finally resulted in profuse hemorrhages but she has been completely cured by Dr Kings sew Discovery Its positlve ly guaranteed for Coughs Colds and all Throat and Lung troubles 50c and 1 9 Tri RllieottifesireeatT IPau11i a Dir Y6f1s flaws Senator Vest n an interview at Hot Springs Ark is quoted as making some significant utterances bearing on the issues to be confronted by the na tional Democracy and on the existing situation la Missouri According to his interview the Mis souri Senator is of the opinion that silver will not be a n Issue In 1004 This Mr Vest says Is due to the fact that the great finds of gold in recent yearS have given us a linger circulating medium than we have ever had before He also thinks that Mr Bryans re nomination in loot will be impossible Senator Vest sees no occasion for the holding of another Fertlc Springs Convention by Missouri Democrats The party needs no getting together he says for there has been no getting apart since its most recent convention last July There Is no necessity for reaffirming the Chicago platform since that has already been reaffirmed It is too early to lay down rules for the guidance of the party in 1904 Redoes not believe that any considerable number of Democrats would join in a call for a convention at this time These utterances from Senator Vest will douolcss be noted with deep inter est by the people of Missouri and by Democrats in general throughout the Union It has for many years been agreed by Missouri Democrats that Senator Vest Democracy Is beyond reproach or suspicion It is not likely that any person who chances to dis agree with the Senator will see fit to charge him with being a Democratic renegade It is even less likely that such a charge would be regarded seri ously by the people of Missouri Senator Vests Democracy has been tried and proven on too many a hardfought field to be open to question The Republic has of late been persistent in telling Democrats that all talk of Democratic reorganization was folly because it was based on the false promise that disorganization ex isted It is rejoiced to sec Senator Vest take the same stand The Democratic party is organized and ready for business in lOOt The issues upon which the battle of loot must be fought will we logically indicated by events between now and that time and can be created In no other manner The Democratic party will take a Demo cratic portion on those Issues and fight a good fight Andthe fight cannot be fought until tho battlefield is reached St Louis Republic A Law to Malio People Honest Last December the city council of Chicago passed an ordinance compell ing people to be honest in their dealings and a commission was appointed to detect and punish violators of the ordinance Since that time the Offi cial Tester reports that he has condemned and destroyed nearly 19000 false and Illegal welghts measures and scale Many of these were made in tentionally short Milk bottles an ounce shy to the quart were in genera use and this item alone was costing the people 1500 a day in Chicago Coal measures grocers measures and all kinds of baskets butter moulds and other contrivances were found to be designed to defraud the unwary Detectives were sent out to watch coal delevery men and they were caught selling coal Intended for cus tomers and a regular trafic of this sort was broken up Scales were furnish ed to consumers to weigh meat ice and other supplies sent to them an report all shortages The ordinance e has been of great benefit to the poor especially as the rich who buy In whole barrels and other large quantities do not suffer so much from dishonest methods It would not be a bad idea for all cities to adopt this Chicago plan of watching people to make them honestUnnecessnryLoss of Time Mr W S Wbeedon Cashier of the First National Bank of Winterset Io wa in a recent letter gives some experience with a carpenter in his employ that will be of value to other mechan ics He says I had a carpenter work ing for me who was obliged to stop work for several days on account of be ing troubled with dterrhoea I men tioned to hIPt that I hag been slmiarly troubled and that Qbapberlaios Colic Cholera and Dittrrkoeerliteaedy had cured me Be ought a tyttleof it from the drofjHrt bra ad deformed ace that ose JiitIDht it a aig all llWork FO jl LION C v Fr- t FFEE A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALLY 9 ice r t II Watch our next advertisement hide every package COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descriptive list No housekeeper in fact no woman man will fail to find the list some article which will contribute to their happiness and convenience and which they by simply cutting out a certain number of from the wrapper of our one packages is the only in which this nt coffee is sold Blackburns Experience The Courier Journal in its write up of the reunion publishes the following intereatingstorjof Senator Blackburn Senator Blackburn who had some interesting war experiences around Memphis was in the hotel lobby to day shaking hands with hundreds of old friends of his Memphis ex periences is particularly romantic Ho was then Capt Blackburn and he had left his Woodford county home shortly after his marriage After a long absence he ill and was placed aboard a transport at Memphis with sick and wounded Confederate soldiers Through some mistake Capt Blackburns was published with a list of wounded and dead soldiers Mrs Blackburn saw it and straight way went to Memphis with her infant daughter now Mrs the of an array officer Capt Blackburn had not seen the child since she was a tiny babe In swiddling clothes Upon Mrs Blackburns arrival in Memphis she went aboard the transports on which her sick husband lay parched with fe ver While she was waiting In auoth er part of the boat the and little Miss Theresa Blackburn went down among the sick and wounded soldiers tiny child was toddling about with- a cup of water in her hand when her eyes fixed upon a soldier who lay near by With a sudden impulse she went over to him and reached out her hand with the cup of water The soldier took it hurriedly and af ter quenching his thirst put his arm about the little child And whose little are you asked the man lse Capt Blackburns little daugh ter she lisped and therein Capt Blackburns caressing arms the little 1ministering e the nurse went forward to notify Mrs Blackburn dHIS LI FE SAVED ByObamberJnin8 Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I am sure that Chamberlains Colc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at one time sled my life A E Lafa lette of Gregory Landing Clark coun ty lIssouriIII was in such bad shape that the doctors I could not live When was at the lowest ebb one of myneigubyrs brought in a bottle of Chamberlains Cbollc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I took it and got instant relefI soon got up and around That was nine years ago and lam still good health then that medicine has always been in my house always will be It Is the best on aarth Sold by M Cravens Owenton Herald facetiously It turns out that the proposed junketing trip of the Kentucky Press Association will each person about 30 The final of August the date s lected is a mighty busy time for a good many editors For our part we h wt guiicientiy fe altfed bar ttrttflo wifcUfce the trip 1 Tablespoonful to a Cup IS RULE FOR MAKING COPPCE BUT 3 OF A TABLESPOONFUL OF LonC ffee 0 will give you stronger coffee than a tablespoonful of any other kind Here is you save money USE LION COFFEE Always insist upon getting it LION COFFEE- is absolutely pure and not a coffee which is glazed or coated with egg mixtures or chemicals in order to imperfections In of LION boy or girl in comfort may have Lion Heads pound sealed which form cxcellf SPICE One became name Hall wife nurse The became cold girl sick says said I in Since and The says cost THE where it = has a Free Hand There is of cours no necessity fur the President to call an extra session of Congress for the purpose of passing laws further providingfor the tariIT taxation and government of the Phil ippines inasmuch as no crisis hostile to the administrations established policy has been developed The recent decision of the Federal Supreme Court in the Porto Ei iu cases gives the administration n freehand in the management of the Phil ippine problem There is indeed no problem cow isting Congress and the President according to the Supreme Courts rul ing may do as they please with our possessions in the Far East Those possessions are colonial dependencies SUbjcctlpeoplethe guarantee our new citizen in wry rights hi fore the law F ir these rras therefore the ministration naturally refuses to see any necessity fur an extra fesiNl of Congress It has the sanction of the FidcralSuprtiiic Kurt fr whatever discrimination it may make against the Filipitcs Jt is rut thcadminis tniiion lut tlc mess of Americans who wisn for new Irgixlalion for the submission of an amendment to the Constitutiin St Lrll1 s Republic Shudders At His Past I r call now with horror says Mail Carrier Burnett Mann of Levan m 0 my three years of suffering from Kidney trouble I was hardly vr free from dull achesar acute pains ininyback To stoop or lift mail sacks made me groan I felt tired worn out about ready to give up when I began to use Eclectric Bitters but six bottles completely cured me and made me feel like a new man Theyre unrivaled to regulate Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels Perfcctsatisfaction guar an teed by T E Paull unly 50 cents People who have never figured on the prottt to be derived from the eggs in shipping a car load of hens may be interested in the following In shipping a car of hens to California at this time of the year the eggs laid sonic the eight days of transit about pay the freight The car will hold 3000 and each day the eggs arc gathered and at ttie end of the journey 200 cases will have been filled which when sold in California at 15 cents a dozen will re allze 420 which amount will pay th charges on the car Cases can be along and all calculations made to care for the dally supply of eggs You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea remedy M Cravens will refund your money if you are not Falistled after ling It It is every wbjere admitted be the most iuccessfufreatedy in use forbowel complaints and the only one that never fails It Is pleasant safe bu ielihblc IB j Chas Rosenfield Bro GENFJ5AL COMMISSION JHKCIIAJCTF 125 Wcst Jefferson Louisville Ku Shipments of Eggs Butter Gcr Poultry solicited REFERENCES and man Insurance Bank Bradstrccts Agency Adams Express Co TUB THREE CITIES SHOE STOREr DEALERS Exclusive High Crude IBoots and Sloes New Designs Perfect Fitting Mrdorn Shoes 316 Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE U- SIIREOLYETINERY pistulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any sur class work done at fair prices GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care or S D ORENSHAWI- Jjmilo from Colun bra on Disappointment BRUNERiCp WHOLESALE a PRODUCE DEAIiERS charge no commission on Butler Poul try and Egg Also guarantee highest marital prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY COMMISSION gM5RGH1INTS 138 East Jetterson Louisville Poultry Game Eggs ami Butter eSolicitedReference Germanlnsurance Bank GORDON MONTGOMERY ttQiJlCb1fit ah 1 COLUMBLtgYto Will practice inAdairam joining countieS Collections a s rty fficc 1pst1ris over auhi mare ii i r ucIflBPublished Every Wednesday BY TILE Adair Olll1ty Newso F INCORPORATED HA9 8 HARKIS Editor Damocrttte newspaper devoted to the Inter ests of the city of Columbia anti the people o Adair and adjacent counties ijntored at the Columbia PostoWceassecond class mall matter SUBSCRIPT N RITES OMBYBAR f100 SIR MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVAN- CEWEDNESDAY JUNE 12 w ANNOUNCEMENTSt FOR COUNTY JUDGE Woareautborized toannounceT P GOWEN a ja candidate for the office of County Judge Adair County subject to the action of t Democratic party c i FOIL COUNTY CLERK We are authorized tsnnouncePTCOOLEY a candidate for the office County Court Clerk of Adair County suBJect to tbe action of the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We arewuthorlzeb to announce R FEES E a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County subject to tlieactioM of the Dcmocration party FOR JAILER iWeare authorized to announce JAMES fADRELLa candidate for Jailer of AiUir cot n to the action of the Democratic rnr ty j FOR ASSESSOR We are authorizsd to ainounoo SIR ij JEFFIUESn candidate for tbe tflico cfUsss or of Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party The Democratic Ctrramitteo Adair county is hereby rotifietlto meet at the courthouse Comm bin Monday July 1901 at thf hour of 1 oclock for the purpose of devising ways and means to nominate county candidates fc- the various offices A full attend ance is desired N M TUTT Chairman P S All Democratic candidates are requested to be present N M T Mr W H Newman who was recently elected President of that great trunk line the New York Central was born and reared at Lafayette Metcalfe county a sec tion which there is not a foot of railroad Mr Newman left his home when a young man going to Texas where he began railroad work in an humble capacity His last promotion makes him the successor of Chauncey M Depew at a salary of 50000 per year Who wall say that a pennyroyal boy can not succeed i I Mr W P Walton the well known newspaper man and the next Railroad Commissioner from this district has purchased the Harrodsburg Democrat He is now interested in three papers in Kentucky Quo of them is a very pay ing concern another one is mov ing to the front financially and there is scarcely a doubt but he will make money out of his last purchase It is very evident that the de- cisionS of the Supreme Court in the Porto Rican case and the tar iff will be the issues in the next Presidentialcampaign Many leading Republicans are coming to the Democrats on the tariffI question and there is nothing more infamous than the verdict of the Supreme CourtfMr N M Tutt Chairman has called a meeting of the Democratic Committee of Adair county to be held at the courthouse in this place Monday July 1 1901 The object of the meeting is to agree upon a plan and fix the date for a convention to nominate county candidates for the various offices All Democratic candidates are re quested to meet with tho Commit tee and let their thoir wishes be known The Committee desires to Sjfc wisely in this matter and the meetingwill he open to sugges tions from those who expect to ask the suffrage Qf the people Har men Y is tho thing most desired and it is what every true Demo crat ehould have in view We 1bave not heard of a probable kick t from any source and we believe that whatever actiontho Commit jaiea takes win be to the satisfaction fall coucofned COi7NTItLast Tuesday morning Mr W F Jeffries and 0 S Harris left Columbia for tho sole pur pose of visiting the Wayne county oil field that is now attracting at tent ion throughout the cntire country Tuesday evening we ur rived in the beautiful little city of Monlicello the capital of the county which is situated in one of the fertile valleys comrrcn to that part of the country but th high points of land that are reel from the south break the money onyof prairio ecenes and add beauty and sublimity to its loca tion Two years ago this town suffer ed quite a loss by fire but heron terprising citizens have brushed away the ashes and erected good subtantial buildings where the old ones once stood We do not know of a neater or better arranged courthouse in the State than the one that was recently erected in Monticello and yet it cost less than 20000 which is sufficient noproof that tho officials of the county have guarded well the peo ples interest The nearest roll road station to this thrifty little city is twenty miles but a good stage covers that distance each day in three to three and onehalf hours There is only one hotel in Mon ticello The Ramsey House conducted by Mr 1 C Ramsey a gentleman who gives good atten tion to the welfare of his guests and it is no exaggeration when wo state that the Ramsey House is crowded day and night It was our pleasure to meet several of the citizens of the town and all reported busiuess good and the future bright especially is this true with the lawyers who expect liti gation worlds without end when the boom gets on in the oil mot some of our old friends political friends Democrats as true to party as the needle to th compass and without a single ex rcaption they claim victory is theirs this Fall The Democratic ticket headed by Atty W R Cress for County Judge is fro beginning to end a strong one and all will pull together in the fight The Republicans have mad their ticket with one Mr Hardin for County Judgethe Mr Hardi- who sought political favors from thA Democratic party bu- fittad them notthis Mr Harden Sam Hardin went over the dashboard some time ago turned up in the Republican party and provos a winner for the nomina Lion he sought but while they have honored him with the nomi nation he will find later on that the people of Wayne county do not want political vacilators for their officials From Monticello we went direct to Sunny brook the heart and con ter of the Wayne county oil field and the place where the gushers belched out hundreds of barrels ofj green oil that passed off into the waters of Otter creek We failed to visit other parts of the county where the interest in the oil is growing but from trust worthy parJ ties wo learned that quite a number of wells have been bored and only a small per cent of them are producingJOn Beaver creek there are five producing wolls three owned A M Williams and two by Geoj Backer On Otter creek twenty wells havo been bored and only one now producing These wells are less than fourhundred feet and produce black oil which does not command the highest price On Carpenter fork of Otter creek Sunny Brook the two gushersc known as Bertram No 1 2 are now pumping 400 barrels oftgreen oil per day The oil was found in No 1 at 787feet and 800 foot from No1 it was found in No2 at 870 feet In these wells the shale was found at 330 to 3aOe feet the same formation that pro duces the blackoil on Otter creek but only a smell of oil was per ceived Passing on below this formation to the depth above men tioned the green oil was found andD this find has fired the developers- in other parts of the country to go deep and many of the holes that have been abandoned will be sunk much deeper On Carpenters fork five new wells are now being driBt ed and in less than thirty dayss that section will be fairly tested The Somerset Company composed of Capt Geary Dalt Waddle and others controles a large part of that country and owns the two gushers that are fast redeeming 1 tfromthe Lr secFlions DIr Geary ie a pleasant well informed gentlnnii d owns more than one third interest in the holdings of his company He superintends the work and with bulldog tenacity he has hold to his original plans in the development of thafaection spending thous suds af dollars mid meeting revor sea until the gushers wore struck Ho deserves what lie itloV receive odayThe Wayne CountyOilField is now producing 800 barrels of oil per day and in a few more months will doubtless be doubled The Bobabar well in Fentress county Tenn has been producing twenty barrels of green oil per day for three years which has been stored in steel tanks A pipe lino from this well connecting at Sunny Brook will be completedwithin a few days making the lino from Somerset to tho Bobsbar well about sixty miles long and within ten days from 40 to 50 thousand barrels of oil will leave the above mentioned well for Somerset The half has not been told nnt millions of barrels of oil will yet be found in the great field that i near our door fTriugsto mind the following bit of history Those gentlemen who are declar ing that the decision of the Su premo Court in the Porto Rican case settles that question and sim- Ilar cases certainly have forgotten their American history There was a man by the name of Andrew Jackson President of the United States who deliberately overturn ed a decision of tho Supreme Court of the United States sled was reelected President as auen dorsement of the act The Court had decided that all funds of the Government should be kept in tho United States bank Jackson af ter the decision was rendered re quested his Secretory of the Treas theeUnited States bank and deposit it in other banks His Secretary dco that after the decision of the toolmr an oath of office to support the Constitution of the United States Sueprcme Court The Secretary of JacknreIappointet d at once out order The government deposits were taken out of the United States bank and dividedbetween eighty five banks in different parts of the country and on this issue was re elected President ovorwholmingly We may elect another Andrew Jackson in 1904 who will declare that the Constitution and not Congress is tho supreme law of the land and set aside this infamous opinion of the Supreme Court It will be well also to re member that while this Court created by the Constitution has trampled that sacred instrument under foot that Andrew Jackson sent word to tho Nullifiers of South Carolina that he would hang the first man who dared vio late the Constitution There was a destructive fire at Lexington last Friday Twenty one houses were consumed and the property loss runs up into the thousands TARTER We had a good rain on the 7th which was a welcome visitor Master Bud Tarter son of W D Tarter has been very sick with flux but is improving Whooping cough is raging In this ality Miss Dqcia Leach of Esto visited at place last week County Judge J W Butler was here last Friday D Tarter has returned trot Louisville sad thlsplace is being flood d with new goods J T and J O White visited at Neatsburg Saturday andSunday- Mr J W Bryant who has been a citizen of Columbia for a short time has moved to his farm near here W G White sold to W II Gill a hooch of calves price private Mr Marvin Vaughan who is lathe inercbautilc business ab Eunice is erecting another business house near here and new goods will be in soon Mr John Bantu Burgln who lain stave business was hero last week Master Lee Shepherd has been very for several days An infant child of S C Neat is very sick with measles Died on the 27th uncle Stevc Cal boon aged87wltli consuinptaon Ip was a member of the Baptist church for forty carsHe waS pitibably the- N sa E FOR ONES CEfirKi MWERlt AND JONES LEVER B1I DEn Cultivators TTandmade Saddles and Harness and the FISH Ell Buggy war ranted for 12 month J W JACI TilAN Columbia Kentucky GTjCKLKV ftlKSJK DI1UnST woo IillJpeQ ent Tooacco Warehouse BLACKJEY IIUKSTCO sAUTIO T SALES DAILYREURRNS PROMPTLY MADE 1119 to 1125 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY Four Months Free Storage Mark Your llhds IrDL TnHOUSE csxnL afdxzsvsira CHAflPIN IS THE BESTo 1140000006T JDRKlA S TIE 8MR m FO NO PUSH Ir THE WHEELS WILL NOT LIFT FROM THE GROUND WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF rowers Binders Hay hakes Cultivators Dont tail to see them and get our prices Our stock o- fGeneral VI etfehandise s complete and our prices all right Remember the old W EAT WIllI11H S Moatpelier Ky USSEIIf SP IflGS xOTEIi tallest man it the county being six feet seven in high lie leaves two children and many friends D B White sold to Mr Buchanan of Campbellsville two nice steers for SG500 lie also bought of Mr T W Wheat three nice steers at a private priceD F and JO White went to Dunn ville last Saturday D B White and T W Wheat have purchased a new reaper and will be ready for wheat harvesting Pumps Hose BUD PACKING BOILER TUBES Wel Casing Iron Pipes General and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and FaGtoru Supplies Call on or addres- sTHEAHREHSOTTjHFG CO INCORPORATPD Lout svJJIo Berate ly Farmers Farmers I am prepared to tako your orders for Hydraulic Rams to throw water from your springs to your houses or barns Can also furnish pumpsof any kind cheaper than ever Write to me it COlumbla for estimates sor call ana se me at the Mafcura tielj iYw lculy r H WOOD l oaD jr Tills Drays thee Bnr 1 Added Traction and stand s Brass KIAIBLS KY yOCu Is now open for the ttavelio bic 6h a year round It isa large commodious wild picturela In every parUculn 40d VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro Ntrly Furnished AmcrieaaPllufl0 Prr Day IUc R osfc13 tf Voie F MEALS 25cr 523 W Market 51 LOUiSVlliLE KY NIC BOSLER titer PARSON MOSS 06 BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We arc prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order We havo been in the business for 25 years aud know how to do work Our prices arc as low aud terms as reaequablo as any firstclass ttcchlulW8 We will take country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia MIl Co Wilmore Hotel W DI WJOLOKE Prop t Gradyville Kentucky on is no hatter place tn stqp THERE attho abovijd named hotel Good sample rooras and a first tike table Rate every reasonable Feed stable attarhedL 1 h This p ap er and UiCuSi ncr JrurrL1 t 91 per year Tl tRNER BROS LYON DEALERS IN FINE BUGGIES flKD GflRRIflGES Campbellsville Kentucky a They buy by the CAR LOAD and can sell you anything in their line at shorttproHt Write for further Information or call and see them r DEERiNO BINDERS I TWINES J MOWERS fir RAKES V t paifs 15 You need Theft Sr t BUGGIES v5 HARNESS rSADDLES BRIDLES S5flUL11 Millet Seed Stock Peas FARM W AHON- SCUUfIVjTORS Gefour prices btfire burin We will save you moue- yFWnlo JEFFRIES SON Gf8 IJatoAai FUR Tin Soofling Guttering Repairing COOK giftVJBS WELL CASINGS ANn SAND BUCKETS MADE TO OKUUK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY HARRY B DYNE WILLS BRENTLINGER f HARRY B PYNB CO MANUFACTORERSAND DEALERS IN Second Hand and New rIachinery OS ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office awl Works 11O9 to 1115 W train Tel 615 Write for Catalogue h i ouisvi e iKentuckyHDitALSR Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes =1 also keep a largestockof CLOTHINGwhich can be bought at the very lowest prices I have a nice line of MILLINERY on hands ELKM 4KENTUCKY STABUSIItiD 1821i Tour WatcSi IS OUT OF KEPAIK S VIM t sa ve will repair it for you at as low acwfcasSJXJ l work will permit and warrant it ri GIE S 1TI FACTION tf iry fuli line of Watches and Jew- o wrycijlten Send fjr catalogue or- Si wi n inEngravingritEE lU NUIIiiVUDET CO ti Y Ft rentls vine KMstucky If you want good returns for your money insure your Companyoiiiurrlior particulars afi this office 4t PERSONAL MENTION M iMiss Nina Marcum is visiting in H Campbellsvllle Dr J J Booker Camp Knox In Columbia last Saturday Mr M W Hancock has returned from school at Lexington Dr C S Grady Burksville attend ed the Cabel Allen foclal Saturday evening 1Ire irs 1 F Montgomery and Jas Garnett Jr arc taking depositions in Jamestown r iMr O P Uovnimi of Liberty visit Columbia last Saturday and Sun Say t Mis Annie Barker Lebanon is or ring her brother Mr W S Barker r Jgife city D little daughter of Mr and rMary D Pattern was quite sick I M Mr n L ITaskins of Lebanon visit ed his old friends at ITaskinsviUe last0 w gr Talk the little son of Mr and Mrs T A Murrell was quite sick several days of last week Messrs J C Webb and F W Cravens Russell county were in Colurh bia last Friday Master Earl McGarvey Lextng on is visiting his grandparents Dr U L Taylor and wife Mrs J O Russell who spent two CampbellsYilIereturned Mr Junius Hancock and wife Mr T n Stults and wife were visiting friends at Knifley last week Mrs Thos Upton of Louisana reached Columbia last week on a visit Jp relatives and friends Mr Sam Wheat who has been attending co lege at Georgetown returned to his home tt Montpelier last week Mrs MS Martin Dixon Tenn who has been vistingrelatives in Co lumbiii left for her home yesterday Ed andOlho Moss Grady yule are visiting their aunts in this city Mrs JG Eu unkaod MreG W Staple J 4r T tl Curry of irrwlsfork and Mpter Owen ClieuUiam Cumberland itv were in the News olllce last Saturday Mrs Mary Combrst sn of Reek wall Texas are visiting ati Camp Knox Mrs Cumbest is a daughter of Mr Win Irvine Rev T F Walton wife and little left yesterday morning for jdaughter where they will remain a month visiting relatives and friends r Mr Jo Russell and wife Louisville reached Columbia last week on a visit to their son Dr C M Russell and Mr Rimells mother and otter rela tivcst Mrs Marshall Grissom daughter of Mr B T Patterson who lives in Syracuse Kansas is visiting her parents in this county who are quite old her father being and her mother about 80 years of ag- eLOCAL JOTTINGS You can buy a set of glass tumblers for lOc at WL Walkers Screen doors screen cloths and mos quito bars at Russell C Murrell tt A new postoflicc Ozark has been established on the Somerset road with J C Montgomery postmaster The ruralmail delivery is not satis factory to business men It keeps country people out of town If you can stand it any hotter ban the present you need have no fears the herafter PUniShW1Jrn I a small quantity of sugar that will sell 16 Ibs for 100 cash W L WALKER I have just received a nice lot of bur gies andnMcCurniHCk mowers Come and see me TIM BKADSIIAW t Good oak bedsteads for S250 Colum i bia Furniture C Planing Mill Co on the ground floor Isenberg building A new postollicc has been established on the pike a short distance from Green River Bridge The name of it 4IsRomine Mr L V Hall reports that there e was an attempt to break into his house I Mondiy night He fired several shots r at the intruder The Methodist people of Campbells ville are about ready to commence their new church building It is to be a veryhandsome edifice There will be more peaches in Adair than for many years in the past Many trees about town are breaking down with the delicious fruit Twentyfour pair of ladies floe shoes froinppes ttfllirets ftr50 rots per pair They nfust go Come if you want a bargain SCOTT MONTGOMERY TIC W D Stevens whose home Is near Owcrisboro will preach at the Baptist church this Tuesday evening A cordial invitation is extended to everybody Como in and give us atrial and if our work and material doasnot give you satisfnclion it will not cost you y MEtA lilng Coakley Sims Bfos QrksCastbellsvilleKy= 5 lamSOCIALaa i Miss Lprena Pile Enter tains Handsomely Prix day Evening Hisses Cabell and Allen Saturday Night Following Two Enjoyable Affairs THE ELITE OFCOLUHBIA PRESENT Last Friday evening Miss Lorena Pile a popular young lady gave a re ception to a number or her special friends Preparations were made for the list of names following and they were royally entertained Ice cream and strawberries were served and all present pronounced it a most enjoy able occasion The rooms were beauti fully decorated with evergreens and flowers were much in evidence There was a guessing contest the objects be ing many different articles Miss Mamie Baker was awarded the prem ium and Miss Julia Smith received the booby prize Miss Lorena was assisted in entertaining Misses Minnie Trip lett and Lena Hurt The following were present Mr and Mrs H N Miller Misses Mamie Nettie Baker Minnie Kemp Elite Bradshaw Sallie Montgomery Willie White Julia Smith Carrie Hatcher Mary Todd Mary Harris Minnie Triplett Lena Todd Lula Allen Pauline Cabell Myrtle Staples Lena Hurt Sallie Rey Marcum Fanne Garnett Messers W F Hancock W D Jones Will Flowers J W Flowers S N Hancock Jo Patterson Geo Walford S L Powell II1 Kemp Paul Smythe Jo Coffey R K Young JG Montgomery J N Murrell Jr C C Bell- S F White Edwin Hurt AT CUEILS This home was the scene of much beauty and gayety on Saturday eve nlng the occasion being a reception given by Misses Pauline Cabell and Lula Allen to their friends throughout the community The dwelling was profusely decorated with roses and ferns The predominating color in the parlors was white roses being used in every available way They were es pecially numerous in the diningroom evincing to all that the rose idea was fully carried to perfection Ice cream and sherbet were served and while the guests were being waited upon music was constantly being rendered Outside the yard was beautifully illuminated with Chinese lanterns and the pleasure of many who could have enjoyed lawn promonades was marred by the constant pattering of rain Notwithstanding the rain Interrupti 10I it was one of the largest social gather ing for many months The young ladies were assisted in entertaining by Miss Mattie Taylor Mr L C Hurt and wife and Mrs L B Hurt The Misses Cabell and Allen could have no better evidence of their popu larity than the following list of per sons who were in attendance Mr and Mrs L C Hurt Mr and Mrs Carl Strange Mr and Mrs W A Coffey Mr and Mrs M C Winfrey Mesdames F M Frazer Rollin Hurt Joe Rosenfield A A Strange J N Page Anna Poore L B Hurt Laura Nettie Baker Mamie Baker Minnie Kemp Sue Baker CarriePage Lorena Pile Marie Todd Lena ToddI Carrie Hatcher Will White Julia Smith Annie Eubank Gertrude Grady Julia Eubank Minnie Triplett Valeria McFarland Lora West Delle Mitchell Fanne Garnett Emma Hunn Myrt Staples Zilpah Dunbar Ber sheba Holladay Marie Harris Bessie Shearer Lena Hurt Ellen Burton Mat Taylor Messrs Jo Coffey Jr Y E Hurt W F Hancock Paul Smythe Joe PatI teson Leslie Powell Garnett Montgomery Sam White Geo Rosenfield Fred Robinson Bob Young O P Bowman Liberty Ky Henry Kemp Albin Murray Allen Pile Curt Bell S N Hancock Jno Coffey Dave Jones Frank Hill Jno Murrell Titus Price Trabue Wickliffe JE Murrell Will Poore Joe Hurt and DrsC S Grady and R Y Hindman Contest Name the leaves from twelve different trees Miss Fannie Garnett was awarded tbc premium by Mr W A Coffey Mr Trabue Wick liffe received the booby prize Reduced Prices I have marked down all summer clothing suits and odd pants Suits regular price 1250 reduced to 9 50 Suits regular price 1100 reduced to 8 50 Suits regular price 1000 reduced to 800 Suits regular price 800 reduced to 8650 Suits regular price 8750 reduced to 000 All others reduced in same propor tion All clothing sold atlow prices to close W L WALKEK To all Lovers of Music I have located here to stay with a first class line of pianos and orgaos and will save you big money if you see me before you buy AlUostruments guar anteed for five years Terms cash or easy payments I am in the Hall building three doors above the Post OfficeA W P FAVCJSTTi Columbia Ky r 3olttanuualinventory by that time we will make exceedingly flow prices to OMfc lfcjers oa everr ng K r1 Jndiettiitl ge has bcerirelcased boed Flour 1200 country bacon whole pieces 12c at Russell Murrell The wheat crop will not bean aver age one but there will be a fairly good yield Many Adair counly farmers arc ready to set their tobacco waiting for a season No house in this section of Kentucky can show a better line of clothing than Russell Murrell Good oak bedsteads for 250Colum luinbla Furniture Planing Mill Co on the ground floor Isenberg building A fatal disease has gotten among the horses In Green county Mr Lane Hartfield has lost three in the last few weeks Wm Irvine Camp Knox sold to W J Page two large steers recently for 6300 Dr J J Booker sold Mr Page one fast cow for 2850 Paid list si ncc last issue Sam Lew Is Dr J J Booker T R Curry J P Vanzant W R Cress J C Bertram JS Bertram O P Bowmar We arc closing out some lines of Summer dress goods very cheap See them before you buy- RUSSELL MUKUELL Jo Barbee a little son of Mr J B Barbee fell from hisponey last Friday afternoon spraining an arm very bad ly At first it was thought the arm was broken This is fine growing weather and crops generally look reasonably well The warm days and nights have stim ulated the corn and you can almost see it grow Ladies dress skirts have all been marked down to cost We want to close them out at once You will inks bargain If you do notcome at once W L WALKER Mr George Coffey who tendered his resignation as city Marshal som time ago has been reappointed by the Mu nlciple Board and will enter upon the discharge of the duties of the ofllce Messrs J D Sharp and J A Yuuug returned from the Blue Grass section last Thursday whither they had been with fifty head of tattle They found a ready market antI disposed of their stock at fair prices Circuit court will begin at James town next Monday A representative of this paper will be upon the square several days during the term He will be glad to meet all those who may have business with the oflice Sundays Courier Journal publishes handsome picture of MissNcll Rborcr of Middlesboro who is a daughter of Judge M II Rhorer a former citizen of Columbia Theyoung lady was his torian of the graduating class Central University Richmond Ky Husband if you want to protect your wife and children in case sickness and death should remove you take out a liCe policy in the Connetlcut Mutual the most economical altogether relia ble company doing business in Ken tucky For further information call at tho News office A gentleman who has just returned from Jamestown reports that Tom Morrison the efficient sheriff of Russell county and his deputies have every thing in readiness for circuit court There have been several new cases filed recently and the indications point to more business than usual Judge Jones and States Attorney Henry Aaron returned from the Mon roe circuit court last Sunday During the term three men were sent to the penitentiary John King charged with murdering a minister confessed his guilt ard received a life sentence The other two were for short terms Rev Stevens a Baptist minister who is expected to be oiled to the church here preached to a large audi ence at Zion last Sunday Next Sun day he will occupy the Baptist church in Columbia morning and evening He is said to be an entertaining speaker and a full congregation should hear him The gentleman who is to have charge of the Male d Female IIigb School will reach this place tonight We take it that he is coming to be with us until the school opens in Sep tember He has been highly recom mended as a teacher and will doubt less be quite industrious until the Fall term begins Mr Sam F Eubank who recently returned to Columbia from Middles bozo has taken charge of the black smithing business which for years has been conducted by his fatbcron Water street He Isone of the best smiths in the State and guarantees his work to give satisfaction Repairing of all kinds of vehicles a speciality See his lIad in another column Miss Marvip Nell daughter of the late Boo E MNell who rt6iJes with her mother la Frankfort will be mar rjedlo that city bo Wednesday June 26 1901 Wa Mr Darnell a prowl neat and wealthy liverymau Miss Cells many friends at tier old home send tbei HtwJShcs in advance of tb fcereioopy The couple will leer izEga tly r 1delo Frankfort New things IB mens collars neck ties sticks shirts and underwear at Jlrre1ls FATAL CRAP GAME Geo Rexroat Loses His Life While Rolling the Bones THE MURDERER LODGED IN JAIL Last Friday night a gang of negro men andboys metat the house of Sophia Waggener a col ired woman who lives near the Chcatbam Bridge There was liquor cards and dice and a majority of the party was soon glori ously drunk and a game of craps in operationIn time George Rexroat lost out and in order to keep him in the game Jodie Burbridge loaned him a nickel and from this start Rexroat made several winnings and Burbridge demanded the return of the nickel fur nished him George answered that he would pay directly but he was not prompt enough and a fight started terminating in the stabbing to death of the Rexroat negro by Burbrigdc The above has been gathered from parties who were present but in all probability the true farts of the mur der will never be known One darkey has stated that it was a deed of cold blooded murjer while others say they were looking at them but could not tell so great was the excitement how it happened Burbridge was arrested Saturday morning while en route to Columbia by Mr S II Mitchell and lodged in jailAn inquest was held by Judge Butler over the dead body Saturday morn ing and the verdict of the Jury was that the deceased came to his death by a knife thrust In the hands of Jodie Burbringc and that the killing was unnecessary Burbridgc was given an examining trial Monday and was held over in the sum of 250 in default of which he was sent to jail The News knows but little about the faiticf did not know the dead man but Burbridge has the reputation of being a troublesome character and the deceased had served a term in the pen itentiary for shouting a man Negroes as a general thing are nev er in sympathy with a dead comrade Burbridges pals were with him Do yon see the situation Lincoln Drew First Money The residence of A K Singleton Warnes burg Station on the C S R R burned on the evening of the 25 of May It was insured in the Farmers Horaelnsuraace Company of Junction City Ky for 8500 The loss was ad justed on the 28th just three days from the fire and was paid in full with out discount There is nor three fourths clause in their policy They issue what is known as a valued policy in other words you get paid for what you insure for T A Murrcll of Columbia is agent for Adair countyA Wells Gen Mgr Junction City Ky Russell Springs Hotel This splendid house of entertain ment is now open for health seekers Toe spring at this wellknown watering place is popular throughout tne State for its curative powers and the location is the healthiest in all this country It is high and drya fine breeze all the time The table is sup plied with the very best and charges quite reasonable Write to the undersigned W M VAUCJHAX Blacksmith anil Woodwork I am prepared to do any kind of work needed in this section in iron and wood 1 guarantee satisfaction in work and price Give me a call JAMES C MOUIUSON 4t Cane Valley Ky Found at Last All who have cancer Goitre wanes Tumors Catarrh and partial blindness and want to be cured without medicine or the knife will please write to Prof J S Chapman Glensfork Ky No cure no pay Wanted I want to buy some pasture for horses clover preferred Will pay good price for pasture or will rent the field 2 wks W L WALKEU There will be preaching cxtSunday at the following places Z T Wil liams Creelsboro W H C Sandidge Union JO Prock Pleasant View F 0 Shearer Mt Plesant T Huffaker Pleasant Hill G W Montgomery Egypt W P Gordon Cane Valley T L Hulsc Breeding W D Stephens Columbia Mr M K Humphery a prominent druggist of Liberty will be married today Wednesday to Miss Ella Payne a handsome and popular young lady of Russell county The ceremony will he performed at the residence of the brides mother and the couple will leave at once for Liberty Mr Hum phery and Miss Payne are both popular in their respective counties and will be greatly missed from the social cirelfInlphoes for lathes good quality 50 cents per pair Scour McnadxERY Good oak bedsteads for 250 at Co lumbia tare PlanlngMlll on thegrountiik 1r IsenbergbalIdltlgr Ata meeting of the Municipal Board of this city held last week an ordi nance was passed exempting the wid ows who live in the corporation from paying town tax on their property This act shows the magnanimity of the Board and is doubtless endorsed by the whole community There was a big gathering of the col ored population at Greensburg last Sunday and many from tbis place were in attendance Sandy and Ed Miller who are quite familiar upon the streets of Columbia consumed too much tan glefootand were lodged in the Green burg jail Tom Murrell was arrested here Monday morning on L irroit sent from Grtensb if jirtpi wih stealing or eight dollars iroin Log an Buuiiur while onTeti JSu wis cirrled to Grceusburg fur iritu The rower of magnetic healing is po essed by a number of Adair county people Mr John Bell who has had a crippled hand for u number of years could not use the ilnireri was waited upon by Dr Stapp Profs J S Chap man John H Wilson and Mrs Wilson at Sparksville They worked with the afflicted parts a short time the fin gers becoming perfectly suple Mr Bell lives on the Elijah Murrell farm He was in Columbia Monday and testi fied to the about statement Messrs Geo W Robertson Lem Smythe Fred Robertson J T Barbee Sr Jerome Hurt and Paull Smythe comprised a very successful fishing par ty last week They left Columbia on Wednesday for Green river and in two nights they caught with trotlines eightyone fine fish all cat but seven The entire lot weighed 105 pounds Quite a number of the catfish were brought to town and disposed of to different parties This is notonly suc cessful fishing but the party had a jolly good time as well Mr Sam Bryant this county attend ed the meeting of the State Depart ment of the Grand Army of the Re public at Covington last week The meeting next year will be held at Leb anon giving all the exFederal soldiers In Adair county a very favorable op portunity to attend From others we learn that Mr Bryant spent a very pleasant time at Covington He probably did not meet many of his old mess mates as he was a regular served with General Custer who was slain by the redskins We understand that Mr W J Calll son who has been a citizen of Middles boro for a number of years is think ing of returning to Columbia with his family Mr Callison is an enterprising business man a tine citizen and his many friends in this place would be glad to see him back in Gods country There is not a more comfortable place to be found than right here where the honeysuckle bloom brooms dge abound quietude reigns men grow and brethcren dwell together i n unity Mr F M Stotts and Miss Mollie Akin who lived on Harrodsfork Adair county eloped to Tennessee and were married last Friday morning Miss Akin was an adopted daughter of Mr T B Curry who took her to rear when she was an infant lIe was very much attached to her and Mrs Curry loved her as a mother loves her own child Mr Stotts is one of the best young men in the neighborhood sober and industrious and no objections would have been offered to him though the couple might have been advised to wait until the girl was some older she being sixteen at this time From the following it will be observed that corn is growing at a rapid rate in Kansas and itmight be well for our farmers who own much bottom lands to keep an eye on their boys The horrible news comes from Kansas that a boy climbed a corn stalk to see how the corn was getting along and now the stalk is growing up faster than the boy can climb down The boy is plumb out of sight Three men have under taken to cut down the stalk with axes to save the boy from starvation but it grows so fast that they cantJhack twice InJhe same place The boy isI living on nothing but raw corn and he has already thrown down over four bushels of cobs We could fill our house full of cheap shoddy goods fQr half the money we have Invested and could make a greater profit on them than the class of goods we handle but we are in this business to stay Our business shows an increase every year and we attrlb ute that fact to our efforts to carry a stock of uptodatc goods of good val ue worth the money you pay for them What we want is satisfied customers and to have them we must give them goods worth the price We solicit your trade along this line and will always show you fresh attractive goods and at as low prices as they can be sold RUSSELL S MUKKKLL FELLY Misses Ermine Stanton and Jane Bernard visited at Peter McKinleys one day last week Misses Haidee Rovve and Olga Gaon were here one day last week- J M Popplewell and daughter of Font Hill were here a few days ago Mr Joe Barns of Rowena was here last week on business Miss May Foley who has been vial ting affSomerset returned Saturday A wagon filled with jovial boys left Somerset last Monday for Felix and Jamestown We Nora no bno was dis turbed by them Abner Jones and Willie Falkenburg who have been steam boating have re turned home rJ G HAD YVIL IJE Rev John Denny preached at the Mcthodst cburch last Sunday H A Walker was at Grcenshurg last Austin and Jim Wtimorc visited Houst m IJraJshaw Saturday night and Sunday L S Smith Iat liiirk viilu this week looking after stt ck Thus Murrull 11 Schimhig imd G W Robertson woie here Monday G H Nell turned from frmisviilc last week whTo he habe n nLifiuiin the stock salt s W W Yves is in MctwiWiunr buylhJ sheep Strung Hill is in LiulsilIc IIIut nss Geo II Nell and family visited the fatuity of C S Dell on Leatherwood one day last week Charles Munch a representative of The Adair County News pj sod through our place last week uu route for Edmonton Dick Tandy was hers tatrwrek tig uring with our stock men BE Rowe prfsed through our place last week en route for Gla govv W C Yiites of Grccnsburg is ting his father Mr Nathaniel Mercer of MillUrvn was in our midst last week Mr Finis Baker and wife of A man davilic visited the family of J J lion tcr one day last week Mrs Harriet Browning and daughter Miss Lorna visited lr It L Caldwell one day last week Miss Sallie Diddle accompanied by Mr Robt Hudson of Columbia were visiting relatives in Metoalfc a few days of last week Mrs Kizzic Murrell accompanied tiy Rev Gordon of Columbia visited rel atives in our city one night list week Mrs Ella Robertson left this morn ing for a few weeks visit with rela tives at Cambcllsvillc and iJniflfords May trey of Uomnbid is spending a few ellS in our bnvn with relatives GB Yd cs A n Wi niurptnt last Sunday at Jupua Mr Luther Fkkntt made his rtjjuar trip our place last Sunday en route fur the headwaters of Leatberwood creek C O Muss and wife A W Tarter acid daughter Miss May Ilurvcy ac companied by Garfield Flowers at tended district conference In Cumber land county last weak conIthings to eat and good looking women Every body Is invited that is interest ed in Sundayschool work Uncle Butler Wheeler and Jerry Wilson two of our old citzins are in a very critical condition One of the most active old ladies in this section Is Mrs Ruth Flclcicr who is 75 years oil She can step arou id and attend to the housthold duties equal to a ism cn year od girl We have been grcaly bcsstd this season by having plenty of strawber ries and May cherries for early use Mr L M Wilmore informed us that he had a cherry tree in his orchard that has been bearing thirty years lIe gathered thirtythree gallons oil said tree last week Why cant al have plenty ol cherries Our town had a full representation commercial men last week and among them was uncle Jack Thompson as our children say of Horse Cave represent ing shoes He rendered some very fine violin music at the Wllmore Hotel Remember that quarterly meeting is to be held at Morris chapel next Saturday and Sunday the 15th and IGth Rev Godby a very able divine who traveled this circuit many years ago will preside JOPPA Miss Estelle Willis who has been at tending school at Lexington for some time is at home Misses Beersheba and Maud Holla day returned from Liberty College Glasgow last week Mr II P Willis who has been con fined to his bed for some time is on the LDurham and sons masters Mays and Carr of Grcensburir are vis iting friends and relatives here Thomas Holladay returned home from college at Glasgow last week Col A A Powell the soda giant was on our streets last week Mr Jas E Willis anal Prof N W Miller and wife of Brail fordsvillo arc visiting in Ibis community Prof Fields Montgomery who has been principal in the Liberty College for some time has moved to his farm near here for the benefit of his health Mr John Corabestof Green county recently purchased of S F and E B White their farm near this place and will take passion in a short time We are informed that our friend E B White has accepted position with W D Tartar at Tartar aqd In asbort time will ba handling the yard stick CG Jeffries and F B Waggoner were in Russell county last week buy lag sheep There was a very large crowd at White Oak last Sunday week Good order plenty to eat and fine speaking Was the program Hurrah for the Fair at Columbia it must certainly be a go y4 PELTATON Cutting corn is tbc order of the day Corn is not looking very well at pres ent on account of the cold rainy weather which is just breaking up so wo hops for pleasant days now Miss May Clements wh has born in IIP wn foi several days left fw B ilth last Monday where she orcned up a very i5cc lime of Millinery goods s May Is a nice and accomplished lady and we hue tu have her with us iIalu this Full We have gees Laving several wed d has in thib iieiulil oh o la the lat iwwcksind Mad Rumor says we may exp ctumchr Mr Ellcn Coffey and daughter were In Diinvil last week shopping Mr Sjlon Campbell Is visiting hs sister Mrs John Campbell of this a number or the boys of this n liglibnrhooJ were comepletely played off on last Saturday night They heard that a supply of whiskey was to be sold on Barnett Creek The one that wen t1i rst caw that it was a trick and lilloil hits jug with water He sold 750 worth to the boys I hope they wH always buy water instead of whs key and In so doing they will rejoice the end Mr J T Ellis who is working at a saw mill near Adison was visiting his parents Saturday and Sunday Mr Baker Haynes and sister Miss Nellie of Denmark were vbiliug their sister Saturday night Time Sunday School at this place meets cvcry Sunday evening at hair past two Our School is progressing nicely Rev Rice of Watson will preach at lell ton church at half past ten oclock at his regular appointment The Epwjrth Lcaud which was or Lanizrd in January meets every Sun day night We have the best of order good attendance and increased inter estRev C G Prathtr will fill his rc ju gar appointment Providence the 3rd Sunday in this month He will also givaa Kcuiie on Saturday night sub jitllov to got rid of the Bluis Hvcry bdy invited tll attend Mr F II Coffey wife aud little daughter Adelle visited his mother Sunday Mrs May Clements was the guest of Miss Lucy Coffey Sunday Mr James Vylu of Linnic was at Mr OK IVlysoa business Monday DUNN VILLE- Pcnpte ire busy powing corn anti sowing millet Miss C Chelf of Kuusus is vjsiting Mrs Dr O Dtnham- Eid Z T Williamswill bchere next Saturday night Sunday and Sunday tight John Morgan is in Adair this week bucking staves for Coulter Bonta W G Smith has sold his staves to Link Wells of Yoscmite Mrs Sue R Tayl r and Mrs Heck Downey arc painting Mrs TaIlors out buildings and yard fencing Mr Ben Thomas of Luttrclls creek is dangerously sick On the 6th of June W P Chelf of Mintonville was on his way to this place to visit his parents When ho got within one mile of Dunnville com i3g down a hill his horse begun kicking and running and he considered his position in the buggy unsafe and jumped out striking the ground face first and came very near breaking his neck He was cut and bruised very bad about the mouth face and nose Dr Dunham dressed the wounds and he is able to be about The horse tore the buggy into kindling wood Bill Combest caught a cat fish the weighed 101 pounds W C Cundiil is on Burton ridge on Ed Pellcy of our town is talked of as the Republicans candidate for Slate Senator Coulter Bonta are buyicg and shipping all the staves in this neigh borhood that they can find The Dunnville fair is a failure Mrs Dunham of Humphrey is vis iting her son Mr John Dunham and family of this plac- eSliuddors AtHis Past I recall now with horror says Mail Carrier Burnett Mann of Levan na 0 my three years of suffering from Kidney trouble I was hardly ever free from dull aches ar acute pains inmy hack To stoop or lift mail sacks made me groan I felt tired worn out about ready to give up when I began to use Eclectric Bitters butsix bottles completely cured me and made me feel like a new man Theyre unrivaled to regulate Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels 1 rfectsatisfaction guar anteed by T E Paull unly 50 cents New Carriage and Wagon Shop I have leased the R CEutank shop and will give Cart iage Wagon Wok special attention Work 090 by me will be firstclass Pro duce taken in return for work Sr F EUOTANKT Frli Youiijj Filipino London Tnm 8 DefdprTnrn 3u sewn11r Fx V r zt ts uug Filipino railed at the United States Embassy hero to day and obtained a passport for Veroza upon instructions received from Secretary Hay The officials of the embassy again explained to a repreeon tive of tho Associated Press tl the only unusual part of the affair is that Dr Jurado who has since the insurrection been acting as head of the Filipino Junta culled at the embassycith Vcmzo Dr Jnrado is a native of Spill and to the representative of the Associ ed Press said Had they naked mo to take oath of allegiance I certain would have declined I didn go to the embassy as in anyway representing the Filipinos Ve za has just completed his edu tion in England and wished to turn to Manila TOLEDO Mrs Dr Jones of this place seriouslyiIIat this writing R L Mitchell made a business trip to Greensbrug last week C L Faulker was to see his beat girl last Sunday Look sharp young ladies Mr and Mrs FI Fegott spent last week in Louisville with th daughter Mrs J M Thompson Mrs Olemmy Jones is visltl relatives at this place Mr Robert Mnrrell starts f orSOkalahoma this moruitig Mr A P Thompson and wi spent the day at J F Pendletons Sunday PELLYTONrMr Robert Christie and wife of Dunuville were visiting t latters parents a this pldce re Williams of Eunice here aswife a few days agoiJames T Lemon who has been his home at Knilley for some timehas returned to this placeeBorn to the wife of Sam Swig gett June let a 12pound girl Ellis Bros Campbell boug a shingle machine from parties Sparksville and in a few dnys wi have it in operation here John Lowe was here recently calling upon our merchantscBro Prather will give a reherr sal at Town Hall in Pellyton on Saturday before the third Sunday in this month Every body cordially invited to attend Born to the wife of Tol Davis a daughtorIIRVINS STORE Our little town has been very quiet this week as the farmers are busy with their cropsaVery few people from this scs tion went to the National Cemete ry at Logans Cross Roads on Dec oratiqn Day It is all well enoughil to honor the dead soldiers but tl majority of the people who make it a business to go there do so just to be seen and often neglect the little mound at home which marks the resting place of some dear one whom they should honor and adore Look at the country grave yardsThe prince of drummers Mr E G Atkins passed through heroE the first of the week also Robert Carson of Phil Mr Jeffries of Casey passed through here yesterday with a nice bunch of cattle Rev C L Bradley was called this morning by telephone mes sage to Green river knobs to preach the furnal of Mr William Pitman FwhoSidney L Roy accidentally shot himself while fooling with his pis tol last Sunday morning the bull entering on tho lower inside the lower third of the legwa traced by Drs Hammonds au Blair to tho instep but could notFfind it- We look for tho News wit as much interest as we used to look for the old CourierJournal election time It is a tnyster- how caliveswhat is going on in their ow State or even countyonly wha they hear atthe crossroads store or loafers ledge Yet wo know of lots of people who never take a paper and who would not read if it were given thorn They ehoul- lead the News and keep posted and I mean the Adair County and News late A good young caw 1i l fcr sal ISNAiixm best Columbia Ky every taVLDCARDUJWOF has brought permanent relief to a mil lion suffering women were rn their Ray toprematurefirasee tlitcholl was in when Wino curoInulea of falling of tho womb Icacorrhccn and menstruation Tho weekly appearance of tho menseafor two ninths lhysatway came tho trial of wino of CnrdiU and The cure Mrs Mitchells ofheeloquence nnmntis within toall Women who try it are relieved Ask your druggist do tendemdyonCa Blackremy camhad been a greet mfferer with tailing of tho and Joncorrbtca and mr menses came every week for two UThusbandand mackDraught and the Jeerer rhma has dlsapeared end t om restored t 9perroct health dlie sperlil a ctrlm ladles Thefliatuuiooca irSeDatlr McLaurin of South Caroli naand rigngas Mr Bryan MrTilman or anyone else he has but the test of a defioitl fein the votes it gets and m rsur by this test in South Carolina McL in would be sent to the foot of t class in a definition contest Louis lIIe Times ExperienceeII 31 Austin a civil war veteran of Winchesner Indwrites Jfythat was sick a long time in spite good doctors treatment but was whol cured by Dr KlngsNew Life Pills which worked wonders for her healthC They always do Try them Only cents at T E Paulls drug storelIt is very considerate of the Supreme Court to defer until next October a det Phllipt1tba l 1cJuused but when a thing is full it cant b3 any fuller and similarly t public mind could hardly be any m- owlfued than itis since the nientoPtheS to 4 decision that the Constitution doesnt follow the Flag 3A Good Cough Medicine It speaks well for Chamberlains ugh Remedy when druggists use tedy their own families in preference to any other I hove sold Chamberlains of Cough Remedy for the past five yea with complete satisfaction to myself customers says Druggist J Gold Van Etten N YII have al wiys used it in my own family both for the rollo YIitieCrareus LIVE STOOK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock alYardsc CATTLE shipping 8b00Cab 25 Light shipping 4 75500 tlBestFair to good butchers 3 503 90 be 50CommonnooSeIZI rEChoiceors to lbs 5 85 ll to good packing 160 as to 2001bs 600se Good to extra light 120 to at too lbs 5 go ofsnEErtvD XAKBS rin shippingd 3 353 75 togood 2 503 00 man Common to medium 2 002 50 in attchangeyd e were the property of sItLester of Nashville and we Chit do they IItUSb tad miles If you have a weak nervous delbi impda good meat loving words noel HorleysLiver r Kidney Cordial to renovate ra and strengthen her system an happeall rlcel Sold by agent in town our j SUNDAYSCHOOLCONVENTION Program for a SntiJay choo Mi sloaary Meeting lo be held at Beech Grove Baptist Church Green county June 20th add 30th First Day 930 AM Devotional ExercisesJ W Craw Icy 950 What our churches most nced J E Scott and HSBel Alternates D B Gupton and E If Henderson The responsibility of the pastor as to Mission WorkWeS Dudgeon and T M Green AlternatsR B Wilson and J W Buby What is iftsiunsJ W Crawl y and JA Pierce AilernateA L 1W1 and E F Tucker Will a church be a Missionary Spirit with an AntiMissionary Iasto W BCave and W W Ingram Al ternatesW M England and Job Berry Second Day 9 AM How can a SundaySchool be conducted successfullySam Crawley and ih S Ferrell Alternates B S Keshrr and J M Mitchell Things essential in good teaching in the SundaySchool B W Ponick and J M Coakley Alternates J Shrove Durham and W J Coiklcy The Relation of SundaySchools lI1sslonsW U Graham and A W Curry Alternates I M Grlmsle y F Harrison 11 A M Missionary Sermon W T Ciawlle y IDJ W CKAWLKY idBT KESSLEU auTM GUEEK IeCommlttecItSaved His Leg P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a frightE ful running sore on his leg but writes Bucklens Arnica Salve whoJlyI ofcured it in five days For Ulcer Wounds Piles its the bestsal vein the world Cure guaranteed Only 25 Sold by T E Paull 5Gov Beckham named Jobn IIenr of Barbourvilie as special judge in the Clay circuit court to try case of N C Potter agoinst Mar Hogg The regular judge could not sit in the case and the Clay bar could not agreerWonderful EIghtsCures cholera diarrhoea Colic a cramps lameness sprains lumbago swellings neuralgia rheumatism and toothache All pain internal or ternal cured quicker with Moreleys Wonderful Eight than any other rem Ask your druggistlLen CbeWs while witnessing a game base ball between two local teams at hrThe unfortunate young man was a compositor In the office of the Semi- Weekly Pantagraph and was about 18 of age l1AVarning 1Painnever be slighted Kidney disease creep on us with only that one warnrl Ing Delay is folly when by the time BCordialdanger can be avoided This rem is 11UrlDaryIFurtber investigation into the condi of the wheat iPHardin county discloses the fact that there will not more than enough raised in tbeb county to pay for the seed the fertil and furnish bread The crop last tar was conservatively estimated at his bushels This year it cannot exceed 200000 and some do not put it high as that The falling oil rcprc a loss to the farmers of 8280000 last years price It is now stated that Senator McLau will resign just previous to the meeting of Congress in December and field should his successor be a BryanTill man McLaurin will oppose himW 1902 It is conceded In anthatagainst Tillmon who refuses to witherl cvdrawre is now time for the stockmen to v Judgrmeatpeople is the very best medium Bills but little towards advertising as are rarely over seen but a fewffrom home their purpose in he Newms Ireadystock worthy and desirable aa remise In thus paperwdThoNelvsnownasthemosicom pia tailycanpleweyouif yoa need any tt ring in P line r 1 r iitlnoFifty Cents a Year Leos Than a lteasar a Number THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Ga After a career of more or less activity in the Southern field for over a quarter ofcentury The Sunny South has again become II llstoryItover It is devoted to Southern readers and Southern writers and is their own Short stories sketches incidents of war and of peace anecdotes at home and afield poems ideas fash ions hints for home keepers everything of interest to old and upThe ANTHONY HOPE now in wIth full Bytiopofe to cover former in stallments and Rosalyndes Levers by Maurice Thompson to begin April 27th will be irk with absorbing interest throughout the whole Booth ibis fe year 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discharging its contents entered the leg of his sister just above the ankle horribly shattering the bone Physicians were immediately summoned and all efforts known to the science of surgery to the limb were resorted tcybut in vain and on Sunday it was amputated just below tho knee At last accounts the young lady was doing as well as could be expectud though it is feared the shock is greater than she will be able to tweutpyone years Now Mexico has rounded out her first half century aa a territory having been such for u longer time than any other in the histo of the United States She has everything that entitled her to statehood except the certainty for Republican President This is why she hasnt been admitted Samuel Cooper of BkUi county died lust wfek after gn at agmiy Some wpeks before h fell in the noel was serinuslv burned on legs The hump defied all tCBatlll Ut und hissuiFiTHigs wern seven Dunns his fast tenure hn ed to be tied in bed T A Bowling n farmer of La rue county was attached by vi cious ram noel killed He was feeding the flock when u ram rutted in tlm pit of the stomach kuockiig him down noel contin tong to haft him He was finally brat lived only a few hours tIre O C Sharpe and Miss Maggie jf Casey were married at the TjWpanted the pair here and stood with them during true ceremony Mr Sharp is a prosperous farmer and an exceedingly clever young man Hi is the handsome daughter of Marshall Brown and she is both popu and accomplished Mr Sharp and intended and Dfr Wbipp and Miss Hansford arrived hi re Sunday evening when they told an 1 J reporter that they were here to consult a dentist They came up ycstt jrday and admitted they had slot led a little Stanford Journal We can r without any mental res ervatlon hatever state that the oil in faync county can be ranked with tltC paying fields of the world e da not mean that we have in sight AnB Equal to the Beaumont gush anything of the kind but in the pJlutlon of development we have ached that stage in the business there all doubt is dispelled as to the certainty of an oil producing territory in volnme suttlcient to pay Since the No 1 Bertram has been followed by a r better well No 5 Bertram operators are hopeful of even much richer finds in the future Wayne counts ecord John Brown was shot and fatal y at the home of Foot Perkins tryingto to ealoaine irrhilaperand the Courier Jqaraal geirearn Strike at Knoxville Knoxvllle June 3 Striking ma chinists claim that out of 142 men who went out here last week only one ma chinists helper returned to work this morning in response to General Mana ger Gannons ultimatum of Saturday They claim one helper who did not strike last week came out today Superintendent Ewing says1I0ne or two apprentices ruturned to work He adds that he has over one hundred applications from machinists for posi lions here- President Henry of the district lodge received this telegram from the Columbia S C strikers this morning Five largest shippers here came voluntary said they wanted Gannon to settle with us or boycott system Out solid to stay The local typographical union yes terday afternoon passed a resolution giving the machinists strikers the moral support of the local organized printers Lock Jaw E H Hardin China Springs Tex ays1I0De large dose of Moreleys Wonderful Eight cured my mare of lockjaw It was a wonderful cure and saved me a 865500 animal Sold by agent In every town Sampson over Schley The partisans of Admiral Schley are ikfly to break out again when they learn that the board appointed by the Secretary of the Navy to select a de sign for a medal to he given to the officers and Bailors who participated in the Spanihb war have decided ttst itshall Tar in the bust of Admiral Sampson bold relief This decision has not yet been announced but will be made public in a few days The board con fists of three retired admirals Luce JBenbam and Watson Admiral Wat son served under Sampson during the war although he was his superior in rank by several numbers If this med asiin the Atlantic but itis only following precedent for the medal granted to the officers and sailors in the Pacific fleet bears the bust of Dewey Accord thesesmedals arc worn suspended from the breast on all occasions of ceremony and Admiral Schley will doubtless be overcome with pleasure at the prlvl lege of wearing Admiral Sampsons picture over his heart John Flanagan the champion ham mer tbrower of the world bas an nounced his retirement Flanagan the other day at Meriden Conn threw the hammer 178 feet The weight crashed through a Tence and struck a boy on the head knocking his brains out Similar accidents have occurred before and each time have led to the retirement of the thrower In the case of Bowser the University of Pennsylvania bammerthrower who killed a man in the Mott Haven cham piousbip in 1890 this was the result Hn made several efforts to throw afterward but never atttlued any distance The members of the London bar met elected James D Black chairman and nab d resolutions of regret at the resignation of Judge J H Tjnsley At Madisonvllle Deputy Shetlff Lin die and his pos eemen Johnston and Mclntosb were found guilty of man twoslaughterk ears Imprisonment for killing march lag miners Poseman Penrdd wrt diseiise9dr t tr I ttB tIlSliT PATTERSON rdf L- JMeST0WII I Sl j 1 t t J BUCKNER sa- President 11 BUCKXKK Vce Prld f it1ettAt CI 1toftudthull et tJ at0y named 1111 t i IifW de r h tlD tl t1I I tItinespied Ith lrj a Fpeti tit If ur Ia i ftlJI1 lr ift urYrti-J N lhJCKNEir tcy and Tlenl li Buckner Tobacco Wr ffhi8lo L INCORPORATED 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND MARKETED 216220TEfmf STe LOUISllILLErKVSP ECI7 GlifEM PFJIliKTE SKLOS- Foun JIoNTiis FUBJJ Sol roa Independent House Mark yoar Uhd BUCKNERROOSE HJtAMERICAN INVE3nvlHn COMPMfY Incorporated t CAPITAL STOCK 2v wii RESERVE SURPLUS H 125 000 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 4 200000 OC Address all to It HOME OFFICER LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS 4f Ir BAINfR DAif5 Y PROPRIETORS OP TH1 Lebanon Marile Warks 7 LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds ofeAND MARBLE GRANITE fJiitd correspondence J1lIg1lY RIOE LOW WQh Z GFtTERANT3JED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices leas than ever otrerC1 before We are prepared to all kinds ot masonry work such as foundations fronts etc Will F JEFFRiES Looal Agent Columbia Ky r er lo fcii a really goodcup of cofce youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grindin- gl1ARBUCKLESyou have a coffee hats scJ atificaUy roasted and de1 ledto you with all the ports of tine berry herme cally sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocerrand you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other r coffee when you can geti irbmukles Iio JIsied Coffee for it is actually less expen she than the cheap kind goes furtherbejdes being better more satisfying You pill find a lid of csefel sitifdes in each package o Arbuddes Coffee A definite part of one of these article becomes yours when youselecton condition that you send to our Notion Department a certain number of signatures cut from UK itiippeil- ARBUCKLE BROS Nouns Dept New York Cy HY 1 7 i i