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Digital page images are linked to the text file. at S 8- a 7 z 4i c a b J I iLiADATRCOTJNTY NE W S NUMBER 32 VOLUME 4 tOSToFFIOE DIRECTORY J MRUBsell Postmaster Oac hoUrs week day3 700 a m to 93J pm OURT DIRECTORY CmcuiTCouaTThree sesIouS a yearThird Mondayin January third Jtondyin May and third MondiyinSeptetnber f Circuit Judge WVVJonfS CommQnwcalUis AltoweyWir WAaron SberiffJ w Hurt OlcrkJno Coffey ejrrCsuTKirst Mondaylfl each month J iter yttorjieyJaS Or rnettJr ifr ItS utts jaUS nMitchell A30 Unulsha T tCaffrecttncyorJL P Jone School onrd Fletcher second Monday In i c1t1nttcgtllreourt Ach1fnth 1IJ Atkins- iortierS Cordon Montsons ry a CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESI3YT1RAW BannsviLm Rev T F Walton pastor Services Iecond nnd fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at9 a cveiy Sabbath Prayer meeting very Wednesday night MKTHODIST Rev W P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday In each month Bundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Thursday night 13tPTI5TtRov astor Services third Sunday each month landayachol every Sabbath at a in Prnyert nesting Tuesday nightiCHRISTIAN PIKE Eld Z T Williams Pa3tor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC No F and Rcgu Jir meeting in their hall over bank on Frt day night on or before the full moon In each month WM T K Secj R A No meets first Monday night in enchmonthcS V P W W Secretary mzmz- r CAEDS HENRY W EDDIEMM4C8- WMARKETSTLQmsViLLEKy Also Dealer In FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRANDS Reacm srtie piece 408 West Market Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky- JUNIUHANCOCK Prop 0BSTThe above Hotel has been re tted repainted and Is now ready for the comfortablil accommodation of guests Table uppll d with the best the marketaffords Kates reasonable rood sample room Feed stable at tached GOMrdERGIAL HTIIL JAMESTOWN KY HOT VAUGHAN Proprietors 0above named hotel was recently opened jand hada fine run from theetart Uoltloolts after the culinary department and sees that the table is supplied at all times with the very best the market rffords The proprietors are attentive and venrpollts to guests sample rooms and the building is oivenlent to the business hontfes First clas livery attached to the hotel Terms very euouable Lebap team Laundry LEBANON KY flPIOROUGUrjY equipped modern laundry plant conducted by expert lenced workmen and doing as high grade work as Can be turned out anyplace In the country Patronize a home institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON 60 Pro REEL MI LERAgents Columbia cntucky ChiWrcjilovo to tako Morloys Little Livcr Pills for Bilious People bccanso thytro siuali look tastG a Cud do not g ipbDO sick fi tlien- iSiircoatkdf Oaova vJDoee Sold lu r ctI ii r ijfr J c ryr I Good Roads Convention Great interest In good roads Is man ifested everywhere and we arc glad lo seev Kentucky taking such an active part Iii the matter Referring to Gov Bcckhams proclamation the Courier Journal has this to say Tbe proclamation of Gov Beckham ca1lingupon County Judges to appoint delegates to the State Gool Riads Convention to be held in this city June 27 and 28 is an official recognition of the great Importance of this work Beyond question there is nothing that will be of so much benefit to the peo ple of Kentucky as the Improvement of their transportation facilities and the public highways arc the ground work the basis of the whole system We need more stc in railroads and we need tnily lines and the demand for these can no longer be ignored but above all we mus have beticr country roads to enable farmers to market their products more cheaply to pro mote the comfort and convenience and to add to thesoclalability of rural life Good roads would be the best mission aries that could be placed in the moun talus and they will elevate the moral tone and increase the wealth of any community When one undertakes an estimate of the saving in the cost of marketing the crops by the substitu ion macadamizing highways for the wretched dirt ads the wonder istbat hese have ben derated to say noth ng of the vast improvement the better roads would give to the desirability of life on the farm where the bulk of our citizenship resides The conventon If well attended by delegates from over the State will do more to arouse public interest in the came of good roads than anything else that could be devised The model roads that will be constructed by the Government experts will be a valuable object lesson for roadmaking is a scioncc that requires apprenticeship simple as it seems Best of all the convention will afford an opportunity to organize public sentiment on the necessity ofsecuring proper legislation The absolete method of working the by warning in the taxpayers should be abolished in favor of taxation and the employment of responsible contractors State should make an ap propriatlon for the encouragement of road building and a State Engineer should be provided to supervise work to which the State contributes Provision ought to be wade by the coun ties that would prevent the supervl sorships franrbeing bestowed on politi clans They should be given to men who will build good roads from the start and not waste the money as it bas been in the past Millions of dollars are spent under tbe present sys tern with no appreciable betterment of the highways It is time these self evident truths should be recognized and steps taken not only to raise money but to see that it is spent to good essential is to arouse and keep alive public interest This can be done at the Good Roads Convention if the conn ty officers will do their part in the selection of delegates HIS LIFE SAVED By Chamberlains Colic Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy UI am sure that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at one time saved my life says A E Lafa lettc of Gregory Landing Clark cone ty 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 n ighbyrs brought in a bottle of Chamberlains Cbollc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and Ito ltand 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 lisa always been In my house and always wilt be It is the best on aarlh Sold by M Cravens In order tn justify the recent de cision of the supreme court all the school hooks which tell the story of the Revolutionary war should be revised and all reference to taxation without representation cut out School chil drens minds are apt to see the Incon sistency of a nation whose foundation was laid as a protest against government from the out side and who sent out to the world the declaration that all men are created equal and who at the short distance of 100 years snake such a radical changeJn the Ideas orl justice as folofllct on others the bard sfilpsof which they themselves coin iaino4 r I t J V- ILIA i Caesar AntI Empire It is characteristic of thj Republican partys complete surrender to the glamour of Imperialism that many of the leading members of the party areI now so earnestly urging the renoratna tion of President McKioley for a third term Caesarism and Empire are logical companions and in this instance their separation would threaten con dern ble inconvenience to the Amcricui im perialists President McKinley Is needed by them u til the astounding change from the policies of a Repub lie to tboc of an Emprc bas been fully and definitely accomplilied and the American people lulled aid pacified The Imperialists know that they can depend upon Mr McKltiley They have have plaqtd in hl hands a more absolute power than was ever held by Caesar They dwire him to remain in position to exercise that power It Is true that at tbe outset of ehe boom for Mr WcKinleys renomina tlon there are some Republicans who dare to voice a feeble protest It seems even to these Republicans that the imperialists are going ahead a bit reck lessly They are creating Empire and aCasar at one and the same time It might be sifer some think to cre ate Empire first and then let the logical and inevitable Caesar come later For though the Am rcan puipe area paitient and trustful p oplj it is re membered that they are also a danger ous people when fully roused to a sense of wrong or of great peril And al ways deep down in their hearts they love the old Republic with a tender and abiding love But if the imperialists only poses the courage tJ do as they are now so keenly longing to do these timid protesting Republicans will be speedily whipped into line and made to shout for McKinley and a third term Its only a question ol the imperialist judgment of how much the American peo pIe will stand in the way of Empire Many of them believe that Mr McKin ley is so tremendously popular that Americans will bs glad to elect him to a third term in the Presidency thus breaking the unwritten law based on tbe example of President Washington Emboldened by this belief they are urging ththO party playa bold game It has already established Empire along with the old R public The Re publican clamor now is for a Caesar who will make the Empire dominant over the Republic StLouis Republic Widows Gooil Fortune A short time ng Mrs Mary E Dor sey widow of Groenbcrry Dorsey of the East Texas neighborhood received a letter from the State of Texas ask ing her if she wanted to dispose of her land In that State The letter was at first in the nature of a puzzle to Mrs Dorsjy but after pondering over its contents for awhile it finally dawned upon her that she remembered hear ing her husband speak of owinng land in Texas but he considered it of so little value that he had not paid the tax for something like twenty years However Mrs Dorsey answered the letter but ere it had time to reach Its destination there arrived here from Denton Texas one Mr Lanbam who came to make an effort to secure the land for u syndicate he represented We are ioformen that be offered to take the land and develop It granting Mrs Dorsey a share of the proceeds Another report is that he offered to buy the land outright aud pay for same several thousand dollars but this latter report Is mere heresay and we could not vouch for its accuracy Mrs Dorsey came to final agreement with the syndicates agent hut in company with Mr Fleece Beslcy leftlase week for Texas where she will look over the situation and then form her plansas to the disposal of her land The land is situated in Ilardln county which adjoins Jefferson the county wherein Beaumont is located and where the great oil wells were discover ed It is evident that the syndicate consider the land very valuable and Mrs Dorsey may yet realize millions of dollars from land which had for more than a score of years ben worthless swamps and not worth paying taxes on If It turns out that the land i very valuable Mrs Dorseys frIends will rejoice loher good fortuneMar ion Falcon A patitloa bas been flled Itq revoke the charter of thtfBatirpfto Jir lm stHandff or Lexff UN which samI ii baJIcatiaoa Iiev4sV- E c 0Empire Already By its declared policy of granting imperial powers to the President pend Itfg the convening of the FortySeventh Congress the Cabinet composed of the leading representatives of the R pub lican pnty has strIlingly testiUerl to that partys complete and uncutidit al surrender to the glamour of Empire The President of the United States has been clothed in authority which constitutes a menace to free Institutions nnd to the continued mainten ance of Amerlcin principles No rem inscont American can believe for a moment that the AmrrJcan patriots who sikHcil the DIlaratilllt of Inde pcndence aud ho d III founriat0ti or isis rfovernuifur wtuirt cimithe military rsilii for diMum ftlwtdI aucv tl1I Irtsnitii acting t rh more thau th pocrora Kiuif iuequaliiics of citizonsiip crtaUd millions of weaker ptopfe Mibjrcted 1y force to taxation without coiscntor voice It was against these very SoS that the early Americans rose In rebellion and von the freedom of the then Brit ish colonies It was these very tins wjilcb they forbade to their descend ants after having founded a free public which they fondly dreamed would remain forever frrc and consist ently illustrative of the blessings of freedom It is these very sins to which the McKinley administration has now surrendered the Government a surrender which threatens the ultimate dc struction ef the magnificleut fabric of free government builded by the early Americans Last Tuesdays action of the Cabinet would be denounced by Thomas Jefferson if the spectacle could be witnessed by that indomitable American Democrat and lover of lib ertyThe one hope in the present most serlou crisis in American historyand always the hope and mainstay of the right when nations and governments are to bo withheld from the doing of of wrongrests in the people of this country It they have not lost the Amcican spirit they will in the nextI national elections reclaim the Govern ment from the hands of the imperial ists They will do this as constituting the performance of a sacred duty It will mean to them the saving of the Republic For they know that this Government cannot live half Republic and half Empireand Empire is already established jn Washington in Porto Rico aud in the Phillippines St Louis Republic Saves Two Front Death lOur little daughter bad an amost fatal attack of whooping cough and bromhilis writes Mrs W K Ilavi land of Armonk N YIbut when all otbjer remedies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our tidce who had Consumption in an advanced stage also ucd this wonder ful medicine and todayshc is perfect ly well Desperate throat and lung disease yield to Dr Rings New Dis covery as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 5oy and 100 bottles guaranteed by T E Paul Trial bottles free The base of operation of tile Imper ialists has not been changed Choate is still in London telling the British ers how much the Americans love them and receiving dinners and assur ances of distinguished regard from bis mqst gracious majesty King Ned Choate is findiog out how to do things In proper English style and is appar ently keeping the administration post ed The Cubans are getting a taste of what Englishmen call liberty and it is probable that the article was prepared in Washington from Mr Choats pre scription t Seven Years iu Bed Will wonders ever cease inquire the friends of Mrs L Pease of Law rence Kan They knew she bad been unable to leave her bed in seven years on account of Kidney and Liver trou ble nervous prostration and general debility but Three bottles of Elec tric Bitters enabled me to walk she writes and in three months I felt like anew person Women suffering from c a d a c ire Backache Nervousness Sleeplessness Melancholy Fainting and Dizzy Spells will find it a priceless blessing Try it Satisfaction is guar anteed yG Forisleby T E Paull V JasfesStaojyof Hacoa Mo white teraporarilylBsaaei kilM his wIfaatl JWYf tIUii1 crniiiLti1akkd 1 rr No Tisi l Turin Va hineio JII Ilt Ian uu usual thine for a Pn rint to deny summer sory hut u it comes to playing a tioud gamc f politics the tireseni ucciipanrut the Whit ilslie has had fw peers rind nu Slip rir aruony hl prericp or Th views of S imt r lepwani Rpi n tatIcGiO ni ir uiv Ir VVny just the opp irtUiiiiy ho MHnUUolid be dd not fall lo take irlvantrsr f flin diane to call the tt ui n if tho pfoplc t the just ctnsirtiaiioii1 hloi inir triviii thu qtieMlons before fh AclminlHtrathitiaiifl Miormntry Had QnTiT htv i m c1u iI s XvlHvm IKIII the rnn ti irnti fr th to ir f urn fiTin in gfi h v ti n gsa liri The fihotvsc IJIIS11f1l cnift t was nia le frou liviHJouie today 1 regret ihit the utie ton of a third term has been marl1 doubt whetier I am clUed upon to give It notice But there are now qu s iins of till gravest imporuinca before the Adtuinistiatiiil and the country are their just consideration should not hi prejudiced In the publc mind liy even the suspicion of the ili unlit of a tliri term In view however of the reiter ation of the suggestion of it 1 will say now ouce for all exprcssujr a Ipng set tied conviction that 1 notonly am not and nil rot be a candidate for a third term but would not except the nomination for it if it were tendered me My only ambition istoserve through my second term to the acceptance of my countrymen whose generous confidence I so deeply appreciate and tbenI with them to do my duty in the ranks of private citizenship WMMcKlNLEV Executive Mansion Washington June 10 1901 A Terrible Explosion- Of a gasoline stove burned a lady frightfully writes N EPalmer of Kirkman Ia The best doctors could heal the running sore that fol lowed but Bucklens Arnica Salve tirely cured her Infallible for Cuts Corns Sores Boils Bruises Skin Diseases and Piles 25c at T E Paulls How Money Is Lost In Kitchen Cold potatoes are left to sour and fruits are not looked after and become wormy Vinegar and sauce are left standing in tin Apples arc lelt to decay for want of sorting overt The tea canister is left open Bones etc are thrown away Sugar coffey tea and rice arc carelessly spilled in the handling Soap is left to disolvc andwaste in the water Dsh towels are used for dish cloths Napkins are used for dish towels More coal Is burned than necessary by not arranging dampers when not using the fire- Lights arc left burning when not used Tin dishes are not properly cleaned and dried Cn am islef to mould and spoil Pickles become spoiled by the leaking or evaporation of the vinegar Pork spoils for want of salt and beef because the brine wants scalding Hams become tainted or filled with vermin for want of care Woodware is unscalded and left to warp and crackNew OrieansT Pica yune Didnt Marry For Money The Boston man who lately married- a sickly rich young woman is happy now for he got Dr Kings New Life Pills which restored her to perfect health Infallible for Jaundice Bil Housness Malaria Fever and Ague and all Liver and Stomach troubles Gen tIe but cffectsye Only 25c at Paulls drug store As illustrative of true and broad catholicity the Louisville Tithes marks Yesterday a Protestant governor fresh tram his first ride on the Masonic goat was the guest of honor at aTrappist monastery and one of the many good addresses called forth by the occasion was delivered by the Israelite representative of the Gcntil Ic Louisville Times Lock Jaw EII Uardjn China Springs Tex S1I0geJaricddJCot Morcleys Wbodftiful EJght earcU my mare tif leek jawt was a Vroaderlfll here awl saved ait k I 5GO 7a lmfl1H Sofclby aimt Ia every twBi f j Tfi a a C 35SS 11 i PmI t lik it7 rihf1m 0 Un 1IJ b I Fifty Cents a Year Less Than a Penny a Number THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Ga After n career of more or less activity in the Southern field for over a quarter of a century The Sunny South has again become n weekly better and more readable than at any time in its history 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consuming public He called pecial attention to the recently organ ized Steel Trust declaring that its se curities now amount to 31500000 while its cost had not been onethird that amount Nevertheless asserted the Ohio Congressman the holders df those securities would demand returns upon them It h the purchasers cf the products of the Steel Trust and the laborers emjltiyed by the Steel Trust who must pay to the holders of butted Steel Trut seen ritles the returns demanded Tins will come from the consumer in tile f rill of higher priers dhtatcd by the trut which absolutely CfiUnls markitp Jt wll e me iriai the laior er in the employ of tile Steel Trtst if tbe form of lowered ages accri td a the dictation of the trust which ixer csas a large control of tile labor mar ket And just as this billion dollar trust operates to the sore cost of the conSJnter and the laborer sj do the smaller trust operate In their respect I ive lields Congressman Taylo is either of de fective vision In failing to get a full and and wide of the tariff and trust field or lie ho has not the courage of his coutictions and so declines to give thesis full expression He should know that the tariff continues to enrich the trusts at the expense of the people He should know that tbe removal of the high protective tariff would also re move the trusts And he should b6 brave enough to confront the truth and work on the people sldeSt Louis Republic Unnecessary Loss of Time 1rWS Wbeedon Cashier of the First National Bank of Wintarsct io- wa in arecent letter gives some expo Hence with a carp3nter in his employ that will be of value to other mechan ics lIe says I had a carpenter work ing for me who was obliged to stop work for several days on account of be leg troubled with diarrhoea I men tioned to him that I lied been simiarly troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy had cured me tie bought a bottle of it from lhedrugjlst here and informed me that one dose him and be isagain at his work For sale by Cravens Senator Tillmai is being jumped byrepublicans and assistant republi cans everywhere It is wonderful how many friends McLaurin has in theg oprankBTake those two things in to consfdcraOoQ and yoti will need no further pfdof ol rlUrn ns democracy or JicLttirl s frjtefceblp for the things whiiihd Hotftertcj has always 14r tL tJSi irj GhasRoseufield Bro GENFJIAL CoMMISsIoN JUZUJIAXTS 125 West Jefferson Louisville Ku ggrShlpmcnts of Eggs Butter Ger Poultry solicited REFKUEXCES and man Insurance Bank Bradstreets Agency Adams Express Co I THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE DEALERS IK Exclusive High Grade Boots anti Shoes New Designs Perfect Fitting Modern Shoes 316 Fourth Avenue LOUISVIL E LY VETINSRY SURGEON ilulo Poilcvll Splints Spavin or any sur lais work done at fair prices I GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care of S Th CKBNSHAW nille from Columba on Disappointment BRNERCO WIIOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commlsslou on Butter Poul try and Egg Also guarantee hrghe t market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Pumps Hose Belting PACKING JBOJLEB TUBES Wet Casing Iron Pipes General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factory Supplies Call on or addre- ssTHEAHRENSOnMF6 COD CORPORATPDI ILo1llsvlJIc Kentucky f a GORDON MONTGOMERY AtQft Vtmt COLUMBIA KY Will practice In Adair and adjoialny counties Collection a sjJetiatty IrOfflbe up stairs oVer Paolls 5ruK ji he4 ila M41a 5 fi V k v r THEADMBCQlffliff Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair Bounty News Go t S INCORIPORATEO ECA8 s HARMS Ldit terofDemocratic newspaper devoted to thela eats of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postofflcc as second lass mall matter SUBSCRIPT NlUTEq YEAR St IeBIT MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVAN- CEWEDNESDAY JUNE 19- ANNOUNCEIVIENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE TF WENWe are authorized to announce acadtdatefor the office of County Judge or Adair County subject to the action or t Democratic party FOB COUNTY CLERK are authorized to announce PT COOLEY a candidate for the office County Court of Adair County subject to the action of t Democratic party JOlt SHERIFF We arc authorizeb to annouoce It lEESE a candidate for Shorlffof Adair County subject to the of the Dcmocration party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES ADRKLL a candidate for Jailer Adair coun ty sdbjectto tbeactioh of the Democratic rar ly FOR ASSESSOR We are authorize to announce MR JEFFRIES a candidate for too cf Assess or of Adair coniry subject to the sctlU cf the Democratic pity- Governor Samford of Alabama died last week He had been ill for some time Tim now battleship Illinois was tested last vcok and it was proven that sho is tho fastest vessel of her class in tho world Dr W II Whitsitt the note Baptist minister has been electe to the Chair of Philosophy in richinond College Richmond Va One of the groatest privileges vouched Eafc to au American cltiI i1 is that of conducting his own business without a board of direc ted Ex Gov Bradley has opened a law office and become a citizen Louisville It looks very muc like going to Congress from the Fifth district United States isy now ready to evacuate Cuba as soon as a stable form of Government has been wes tablished the Platt Amendment having been accepted by the CutJ bans histending the sick chamber thinkd that the careful nursing she re reiving will restore her to usual health R ateSince a Mr McKinley will not stand for the third term ExAttor ney General Grigga is being favorc ably mentioned by the Republi cans He would be very acceptable to the trustssAn American gentleman offers 25000 for tho iutrodttction of his daughter into British society The young lady is to reach Etige land at an early day It is to be hoped that she is not as senseless rts her father Auditor Coulter issued a report last Thursday showing that there was a balance of 25899969 in the State Treasury at the closo of busi ness tho last day of May A deficit exists in tho school and genr oral expenditure fuudsnDid you ever read or hear of as many oil strikes Since the ex eit tent opened in Texas thero is scarcely a State in tho Union but has found oil in from a dozen to ple twenty wells It begins to look like the whole country is going tow get a good greasing Tom JohtiBon is not a Demo cratic candidate for Governor of Ohio Ho prefers to bo Slayer of Cleveland and saps he would not accept the nomination for Governor were it tendered him Tho nselaplo elected liiiif Mayor for two GJU4 ytAn and he prppjscs tl faithful wl gly serye them during the torm I r It is a long time before the next National Democratic Convention will meet and the discussion now as to who will be the Moans to lead tho Democratic faints out ref tho wilderness of defeat into the proin ised landof freedom and victory in our judgment premature Mr Bryan is the recognized leader with more admirers than any oth er man and the efforts of his ene ormie6 to side track him by reason his defeats and the pull of his friends to keep him in front dees tho party no good A 11 this trouble will be adjusted later on anda great victory is ours if do not attach more importance to men than to principles or take dead issues in prefruce to live ones There was never a time in the history of the world when more accounts of faithless wives wore be ing published You can not look over a daily paper but you find from three to a half dozen stories concern lUg women who have le their husbands for other men D vorces and killings follow What 0is the cause of this degredation p Fast living wine suppers and nightly drives In thelarger cities is where this evil is practiced nomostlyw here temptation is great where the devil is honore- and where God is shamed If you have a country home and are rear lug a family thank your Maker tthat you are thusly situated The Harrodsburg Democrat l P Walton at the bellows came in on regular time last week full of spicy editorials and interesting news items Harrodebnrg will now be given an opportunity of be coming acquainted with a real live Democratic paper backed by a gentleman who knows what to say and how to say it We predict that the people of Mercer county will soon learn the value of the Democrat and will support it liberally For several weeks Republican leaders have been at work laying plans for the nomination of Mr McKinley for the third term The consulteddupon once pn u stop to further chat by statin g emphatically in card over his sig nature that under no circum stances would he again be a candidate for the Presidency The State Board of EqualizatIOn- has completed their task and it is announced that the total amount of taxable property for 1901 in the Thishan ions over that of last year Coun ty Assessors contributed about one third of the increase and the State Board the balance Countare reminded that the Chair man Mr N M Tntt has called a meeting to be held at the court ouse in Columbia Monday July The various Democratic candi are also requested to meet With the committee Five nogroos met death from a scaffold at Sylvania Ga last Friday They perpetratsd a foul murder The hanging of these is another evidence hat the law will do its work right in its own good time and that a stopI bo put to lynching Mr John G Foster brotherin law of Gov McMillin was assass inated on his plantation near port La by a negro last WIck The murderer escaped Mr Foster was engaged to bo married- to a young lady in Louisville KOWENA- Mr J M Carter of Moreland is vis slog A IL HoweIMr W T Miss Jennie of Columbia are visiting placeMr Esto was in our lastweek Miss Lora Snow is visiting at Albany Miss Cora Ballou who has been visiting at Burksvllle for some time has returDedtFishing is the occupation of the pec in this vicinity Mr J G Murray of Cane Valley visiting here last week Wheat is real fine in this vicinity Mr C C Oakes and family of Russell t Springs visited here last week Silts Nannie Rowe visited Miss Ann Grlder of Baum lastweek Mrs Francis McWhorfer whp has1J been very low for some time is Mesdames Aetna and Elletf McFaf ud are visiting at Albany vMrtrict Conference in CunberteBcLcoua- IFr i L r 0 CAMPBEILSVILTJG The joint Republican Legislative Convention of Taylor and Green coun ties met to day at the courthouse and niruinittd Mr Win Fostor of Greet ClUtiy for rcprctentiitivu Speeches Winiceedings harmonious and enthusiasm moderate meetingbasat this place Ithas been well attend ed the courthouse attlmcs was iasuf ficieut to seat the crowd It is being conducted by Mrs Maggie Dixononce a Baptist next a Methodist and now a sanciificaliouist She has been asslht veed by other ministers The interest is increasing Mrs Dixonis an earnest speaker and may be shod a spell hlnrler The meeting will ntitiucariutlier kveek The cmva s will be hot between Mr Wade Democratic nominee for the Legislature and Win Foster CoOperation lUcctintI The following is the program of the semiannual cooperation meeting of the Christian Church of Adair county ChapeliJune 1901 at 730 oclock p m 1st Introductory Services W G Montgomery 2d Helping and Hindering the GospelF C Shearer and F J Bar ger appointmentd 4th Queries presented Saturday Morning 1st Opening services Tobias Huff aker movementVZ T Williams 3d The Great Commission W G Montgomery and Leslie Bottom Saturday Afternoon 1st Opening servicesF C Shcar er 2d Reports from the Churches 3d Reports of County Evangelists 4th Bacchus and Kion Tobias Huffaker and It A IIovlou Saturday Evening 1st Opening srvicesR A Ho vious old Divine CreedA II Baugh land J Shelby Rowe 3d Query Box opened Sunday Morning1 930 1st Opening servicesA II Baugh 2d Sermon W Y Stanley sub only possible Method of tCaristian Union Afternoon Lecture by Bid Z T Williams TomAs HUFKAKKlt F C SlIKAHKK Z T WILLIA31S Committee SundaySchool Convention Program of the Adair County Sun- IdlY School Convention to be held at Union Saturday July 1901 thedesignSandidge and Jo N Conover What are the indespensible qualifi cations of a successful Superintend etW W Bradshaw and C T Trip lettWhat are the best plans for securing the attendance of Teachers and Schol ars Tobias Huffaker and Miss Fannie Smytne DHow may prompt and general par ticipation in the exercises be secured F R Winfrey and Mrs Georgia Shel tonWhatkind of lesson review is most profitable for the schools U L Tay and H C Baker What is the best method of getting Scholars interested In the lessonT L Hulse T F Walton W P Gordon and Jno W Denny The choir at Unioa are appointed a committee on music The Speakers named will be allowed ten minutes to speak Volunteer speakers will be called for on each sub ject and will be allowed five minutes each Exercises to begin promptly at U30 aI11 J R UINDJIAN Jo N CONOVEB J P DOIIONEY JIC EAKEIt U L TAYLOK EUNICE Mrs W S Slficliir Is much bettor Mrs James Evans who has been con finci to herbed fur several weeks is greatly improved Mr Solan Campbell of Texas is vis iting at EdithcMr M Vaughan and wife visited on Cumberland river Saturday and Sunday Mrs SS Williams is visiting her father Mr J U Young at Watson week Eld Huffaker delivered very Inter esting sermon at Tabernacle Suntday Mr Vaughan wife and son Ilusseil t Springs Is visiting his son at Eunice his week Tho measles ar Vcrylbad In this vicinity Wrs S Breedingwas visiting daughter Mrs Chas Plies at the Miller field Satunday and Sunday Mr V Hi Williams add wjc are- isiting Ithe lattcrs parents at Watson Mr Owen Pclley sad wife arc visit Ing Mr wnWilUoRRU i8weeki t s J W FOErJ0NES CHAIN MOWERS AND JONES LEVER BINDER Cultivators Handmade Saddles and Harness and the FISHER Buggy war anted foe 12 montbs J W JACIM7rColumbia Kentucky T nLACIiLEY Independent Tobacco Warehouse BLACKLEY HURST 0 AUCTION SALES DAILYREURRNS PROMPTLY MADE 1119 to 1125 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY Four Months Free Storage Mark Your HIuls INDEPENDENT HOUSE CHArI PIN IS THE BEST IT JDRHWS THE BKR NO JjUSJIa THE WHEELS WILL1NOT LIF iFAOMTHEGROUI U WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF Mowers Binders Hay Rakes and Cultivators Donc fall to see and get our prices Our stock o- fGene1Ka1 Peffehandise s completeand our prices all right Remember the old stand EAT wmnmps Montpelier Ky RUSZELkLk ZPI4GZ T4OTL b JJlacksmith and Woodwork I am prepared to do any kind of work needed in this section in iron and wood 1 guarantee satisfaction in work and price Give men call TAXES C MORBISOX 4t Cane Valley Ky Russell Spiiiics Hotel This splendid house of ment is now open for health Toe spring at this wellknown seekersI ing place is popular State for its curative powers location is the healthiest in all this country It is high and drya line breeze all the time The table is supplied with the very best and charges reasonable Write to the undersigned W M VAUOHAN The News now nas the most complete assortment of stationary job material and equipments it has ever had Wean please you if you need any thing In ur line HIS LIFE SAVED By Chamberlains Colic Cholera cull Diarrhoea Remedy- I am sure that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at one saved my life says At E Lafa lette of Gregory Landing Clark coun y Missouri I was in such bad shape that the doctors said I could not live When I was at the lowest ebb one of myneighbyrs brought in a bottle of Chamberlains Cholic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I took it and got tastant relief I soon got up and roped That was nine years ago and aw still good health Since then that medicine has always been in my house and always will be iv it the MrU SoJlby M CraveM HURST ThIs WSiiitJiif Added Traction them KIAIBLE K- Yho4 Is now open for the travelin ti e year round It is a large commodious building as the picture in dicates and is run firstclass in every particular 400 VAUG HAN GRAHAM Pro Nwlr Fumi8hedAmerican PI tat in Per Day Uc osfers 3votci MEALS 25c 523 W MarketSt LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER Hgr PARSON MOSS 00f BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepares to do any kind uf work in our line in firstclass order We bar been in the business for 23 year anrf know how to do work Our prices are as low aud terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co t PUIHDS f Hose Belting f PACKING BOILER TUBES Wet Casing Iron Pipes J General Brass and Iron Goody for Water Gas and Steam Mill and FactoriSuppliesi Cull on or addres- sjTHEAHREHSOTTjHFff CO I o INc0RPOEA f FD Leuidsitto OJUucky I t 2 i3 TURNER BROS LYON DEALERS IN FINE BUGGIES FIND GflRRIftGES Campbel Isville Kentuckyi They buy by the CAR LOAD and can sell you anything in their line at short profit Write for further information or call and see them DEERINGr TWINES TOWERS RAKES epaii s if fBUGGIES HARNESS y SADDLES BRIDLES erman MjflletSeed Stock PesfFARM VAGONSI CULTIVATORS Get our prices before buying We Will savcyou money Wm F JEFPRIES SON IOOTO L L HMLL FOR Tin Roofing Guttering Repairing edit STOVES WELL ASINGS AND SAND DUCKETS MADE TO ORDER COLUMBIA KENTUCKY HARRY B PYNE WILLS BRENTLINGER HARRY B PYNE CO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN s Second Hand and New Q Machinery OE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office anti Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue Louisville = = Kentucky ItlitsYour Watch IS our OF REPAI- RSS to us we will repair it for you at as low a c xstxs good work will permit and warrant it TO GIVE STISFACl OX tit carry u fut line of Watches and Jew dry in every di cripiiun Send for catalogue or cl wlin city Engraving FIlER I11IONGIRARDET S CO il V liScyt joul viUo Kentucky IIlifeFarmersIoFarmersHj Inn prepared to take your orders for i fIydrauIicRams I to throw water from your springs to your houses or barns Can also furnish punibs of sup kind cheaper than eve Write to me at Columbia for rcalland someat the rj tolj Yours truly Thb N WOOD t r New Carriage and WagoD Shop 0I have leased the R P Eubank shop and will give afpiage St Wagon honk special attention Work done by me will be firstclass Prod taken in return for wtirkR i SF EUBANK Y4wrjJ PERSONAL rrmNTION- DIrEf T Willis yas in Liberty last iwcek f Mr Basil Chap n spent Sunday Columbiar on the sick list last week r Mrs BellRje Duunville is visiting in Columbft mSir at tbcBussell v Springs Jt Friday v MrR SampOD Miitdlcsboroi is tJxbfiumbia Mr Talmntrc Smith loft for his borne in Louisville last Sunday r Mr C IT Murrell and wire went Jamestown last Saturday y t a pft Mr R F Paull and wife visited r- uli atives In JJurksville last week V Mr Mc C Goode Campbellsville in this place last Thursday Miss Katie Murrell is visiting re in Jamestown this week r t Mr Roy Walker and family Netfrin Columbia last Friday Miss Ella Cozatt Parksville is visit ing her sister Mrs R n Price Mr and Mrs E W Hopewell were visiting in Cane Valley last Sunday Mr W L Cardwell Lebanon an as Columbia several days of last week Mr J II Shaw the wellknown traveling man was here last Saturday Mr Edwin Sampson Middlerboro is visiting relatives in Columbia Miss Lora West is visiting her broth er Mr T J West Campbellsville 4 this weekIM Collins Campbellsville was 1hAdair last week looking for stockMrT A Murrell is now house keep ing in his new cottage on Burksville streettMarCo Nashville was here last SaturdaycDr B T Wood and ms daughtlra Miss Mary of Perryville are vislUuga the family of Judge Jas Mr Ed Hugbcs who has been look lag after his landed interest in Okla homa returned home Monday night Mr J F Patteson expert machin ist fur the Dining Harvester Com pany is In Kusell county setting up machines J Montgomery Jas Garnett JrY j ajHurting the Russell circuit court Mr Robt Conover and bis daughter R grtodayStella will spend a few weeks in Tay countyDr M Murrell returned from Louisville last Friday night He wa accompanied by Dr Garnett Miller atoj Gatesvllle Texas who is a brother of Mrs T A lI1urrellklMiss Tava teed left Monday morn ing for Manchester Clay county to resume her mission work Until school opens in September she nil visit and look after the Sundayschools in In seLOCALNew potatoes are in the market Circuit court is in session at Jamestown R ler This paper and the Courier Journal H 8150 per year I Next Saturday will be the longest day of the year HYouin some fields L iJAsplendld band will furnish the i myslc tbe Fair 1riI The jug trade Is increasing It will take Legislation to remedy it the Flour 200 country bacon whole the pieces 12c at Russell k Murrell Th ItBoraCampbellSvills June 15 1901 a son Grits in the city cemetery has beeuce hacutm Screen doors screen cloths and mnsS quito tar at Russell Murrela1 WhcaCrbarvct is near and the rattl of binders will be heard iilide of ttv days There is a good demand for fancy Quiatlcuishowa good qnality 50 cents per pair Scar r MONTGOMERY be ca Uncle Solomon Turpen will preach at Oak Grove Sell house next Sunday of at 11 oclock Foil SALE Two cows with young calves J R TUTT ft TJio new postage stamp is now beh sold Theyare very pretty The two 1 cerft stamp is a train afcarsJa J liaYeJustrecelved a mcejot of bu g m jdsJ idfKcCo mack mowers Come too1r fJ 4 IMiBxAD6IiA wi hI r 5 New things in mens cojlars neck tics socks shirts and underwear at Russell k Murrell After the first day of next mon Inthe twocent stamp on bank w not be required The interest in the Wayne coon oil field is growing and at least 15 or wells are now being drilled Taylor county fishing party was Grew river last week It is said they caught em by the bushels If you want to speculate why n try oil territory for manygreasy dollars will be made as well as otherwise Good oak bedsteads for 8250 at Coo lumbiaFurnitjre k Planing Mill on the ground rjor Isenbertrbjildlng Fon SALE Two rmv heifers that will weiirh 700 eurh HMI two fresh cows T P Muran Bliss Mrs Margaret Lovelace who was 81 years old died at her late home in Russell county near Gentrys Mill weeka Twentyfour pair of ladles fine shoes om ones to threes for50 cts per poi They must go Come if you want a bargain SCOTT MONTGOMERY The Methodists will hold an all day Missionary meeting at Mt Carmel on Monday June 24 The have an excellent program for the occasion We are closing out some lines of Summer dress goods very cheap Se them before you buyIRUSSELL k MURRELL The Cooperation meeting of the Christian Churches of Adair county will be held at Smiths Chapel begin Wing Friday afternoon before the 5th Sunday tWetwenty hours was made in pumping Bertram well No 2 last week and 400 of green oil was received InSlength of timecThe most attractive feature at thed OnThedoubtless Frog Eye willfatthe number On July 1st we will take our aunual inventory In order to reduce stock by that time we will make exceeding low prices to cash buyers on ever thing RUSSELL k MURRELL Conic in and give us a trial and if our work and material does not give satisfaction it will not cost you thing Coakley k Sims Bros Works Campbellsville Ky Mr Will Sampson son of Judge JtlSampson a native of tbis place at from Center College Dan last week He will at once en ter his fathers law ollice Middlesborb to Dr R II Chilton who went from diesd apoplexy In Dallas Texas few days since The deceased wa own to a number of the clti zens of ColumbiaMcr ceJudging bJstarchthis section and yet some people bedoesof The following named persons all good men have been selected as DJ the rectors of the Fair J H Young T Stults J N Conover D H But J N Coffey C S Harris and W Hudson ItTherevaHamspewell J O Prock Providence Ttb FaKnlfleyHulse Pleasant Midge Parties are probing the earth near Junction City at great expense hoping to strike a gusher Why not go to of oil heldto Wayne connty eble days of experimenting have paste best place to bore for oil is where is known to be gl Tbe r that of of chiasrvested In this section is in nor ent gatootfields of wheat some below an who rHge and some as good as rily grown in this part of the countryhe buuallIUJecontrivance one that does the work ickly and nicely Mr Coffey in com with Mr F H Winfrey will can vats Metcalfe and Casey counties for sale of this useful article The Campbellsville people arc be will stiring themselves for the Vanderbilt Training School Columbia is said toethe choice of the whole field the l easy buenthis community They have not et acted If they conclude to go after itIthey can secure it Rev W D Stevens who filled the pulpit at the Baptist church last Sun day forenoon and evening is a very and gentlegnever a words to express his ideas lIe blNt plain unassuming minister but he posefaes a largo store of knowledge He Is here with a view o t kwatliig the church decide to call m l i a Fatal thionsband I fleets the Destroyer Happinessof A Quick Shot and Dr F A Taylor Now Lies at Deaths Door GREAT EXCITEMENT PREVAILS A sensational shooting occurred at the Russell Springs last Friday afternoon resulting in Dr F A Taylor ceiving a wound which may terminate trbely grew a sensational divorce proceedings now pend frig in the Russell Circuit Court It will be remembered that Humble publicly stated some months ago that himself and child had been poisoned the medicine administered in milkI furnished by his wife and that Dr Taylor put her in posessiou of the poi ofeinvaded the sanctity of his home ruined his wife and destroyed his hap pines Taylor left the country and dhor proceeding were filed by Humble Last Friday the attorneys and wit a nesses interested in the case met the Russell Springs for the purpose ofand depositions in the action Several weeks ago Taylor put In his appearance at Somerset He was sum moned by the defense to appcarat the on the above circa day II and the examiner was taking his deposition when Humble tbe room and shut him downI e report is that he was shot twice the wound that Is likely to it al is through the right lung this writing those in attendant 3bthat he will die There were quite a number In tbe room when the shooting commenced grYan attorney the tiff was Migbtly wounded on the hand and a spent ball struck Mr J W Wara ren the examiner The shooting of Taylor was oat a surprise to those who know Terry Humble It Is said that he made n threats but it was generally he would attempt to kill Taylor their first meeting No further trouble is expected unless Taylor should reenter and attempt to ha live about the SprogsrCuiidilT Collins This evening at oclock Mr Welby hasst young men married to Miss Collins the oldest single daught of Mr Tim Collins this city The will take place at the ren and the rites will be Eld Z T Williams The attend will be Mr Sam Nat Hancock and be Miss Delle Mitchell This union will the culmination of a long and hap courtship aud the numerous friends the contracting parties feel sure that they will so live as to never rue if day their vows were plighted ty There is no better young lady in the community and the intended groom is no known all over Adair county for his strict moral and upright character is our understanding that the coup a have already received a number of presents For the present home will be at the residence of intended grooms father In the to they expect to locate in Collln Texas A Surprise Dinner Last Saturday was the S7th birthday Mrs Susan Russell a very estlmaw lady of this city Her children grandchildren and others closely conc netted with her fell upon the idea oftheving her 1 surprise dinner and the gathering was somewhat in the anus a reunion of the family All ldren had prepared a birthday pres and it was indeed a delightful hering especially to IN mother bas rounded ou t s j many years Mrs Russell is fdy in and la wiliin and does do of her house work She ecpsal sy from choice tint lint necassf her to look after her houi = ue She is indeed a good women and we atdayTo all Lovers of Music I have located here to stay with a first class line of pianos anti organs and save you big money if you see me you buy All instruments guar cashoor jn payments I am in the naIlw luol11ccColumbia Ky Foundfct LastWAll who have cancer Goitre wanes Tumor Qatarrh and partial blindness want to be cured without medi clneor the knife will please write to ing ProfJS Chapman Glensforki Ky ly cure no pay Maoyot oar correspondents have no regularity about sending their cOmm HBlcalitin News letters should be tiilfeU so asdg n wi m oiiStwf day rvr l Good oak bedsteads for 2 50 Colum bia Furniture Planing Mill Co on the ground floor Isenberg building FOR SALEA shorthorn bullcalf 10 months old He is a good one W J ATKINS Columbia Ky Good oak bedsteads for g250 Colu lumbia Furniture Planing Mill on the ground floor Isenberg butldin In less than two weeks the wheat harvest will begin and when over t real damage done by the fly will be known One farmer said to the Ne a few days ago that he was satisti that be would make fifteen bushels the acre Fly or no fly that occurs to us pretty good for this country Messrs J V Waite S D Bathe sr J C Strange and Will Jones reo turned from Green river Saturd morning They caught fiftyfour cat fish one of the number weighing aboSqsixteen pounds gars by the quite a number of turtles They used a trou mne Entire lot weighed 172 raThe District Conference at Bear Creek Cumberland county was large attended It was presided nisi Re Jessee L Murrell and Gov Hind man and Rev W P Gordan represented the Church here Rev G B Breeding Gov J R Hindman Mrf John McFarland and Mr WHNewby were elected delegates to the next an nual Conference Mrs Jennie Saulley Dunn daughter Judge M C Saulley of Stanford and a niece of Mrs J H Grady this place deed at her late home on Tburstday the 13th inst She had been in ill cehealth for ten or twelve years She was 35 years old and leaves one child daughter about thirteen years old iThe deceased was an excellent lady though she suffered many yearsJ her death was unexpected and a great shock to her devoted parents and daughter wienicely with the exception of wheat and oats The outlook is favorable for the largest potato crop for years Corn was a little late in getting a start bit is now for lost timer HaAtset and a large average is ou Many of our farmers have turned Ebel attention to the cultivation of peas and much of the profitable feed will b own With favorable seasons on there will be splendid cropst4 excepting the two cereals named w Perhaps Mr J tf Wheat has bee the most successful young man who in fieldsdfriends adieu and with bis little family left for Dally Texas When he left here he was about out of money ving only a taw dollars Upon reachlnTcxas he traded awhile then drifted into other business Fortune smiled upon him and he is now reputed Gcumulatesfore many years he will be a very wealthy maufl hadline from here to Caaipbcllsville should agitated that Dr Spepherd who Is interested with a foreign company backed by a vast sum of money had just written a friend here that his sy dicate would build and equip the line the people of Adair and Taylor coun would furnish the road bed It Is said that the pike can be purchased at great expense to the two counties We make this statement butane dodg to ing neither to the right nor left from car for A bachelors picnic was suggested through tbis paper several months ago be held at the Russell Springs dur ing the month of July We thought nothing more of it until last week of week when a gentleman who resides In Louisville asked if itwould be ago of lie stated tbatsiz orcghhtgentleman citizens of Louisville had sign tied a to be present and that he hoped definite steps would be taken to its the old boys together It is for local crowd to say the word and the attendants would come from all tieIcWe could fill our house full of cheap shoddy goods for half the money we hive Invested and could make a Ondbusiness to stay Our busiresssho increase every year and we attri carrylda of worth the money you pay for themot What we want Is satisfied customers yet to have them we must give the worth the price We solid your trade along this line and will A always show you fresh attractive gpods and at as low prices as they can The b0Ultl RUSSELL MURRELL Prof Lowery who has been teach in the surburbs of Cincinnati and o will likely take charge of the Co Male k Female High School of thwasthat he was very favorably impressed the appearance of Columbia and all was satisfied that a school could be p sr one petuated at this point successfully lIepr achcdat the Presbyterian nal church on Wednesday evening eyiac that he was a gentleman of scholar r attainments lIe returned to Cin cinnati and the Biard is now expect a definite answer from hors It is believed that he will take up his pi of residence with n aril If he so decides he will be here by th firsts Ir JMJi r Miss Bessie Shearer Entertains Notwithstanding the heavy as which fell last Friday afternoon and clouds indicating an all night down pour quite a number of the young people of Columbia and vicinty put in their appearance at the home of M Stmr city who had fix matgwas llyA decorated throughout with evergreens athocream straw 51wse furnishedBesa1t0e tivaa by Misses Carrie Page auu Urhr Mite ell The following persons were pre ant Misses Valeria McFarland Jul LtsayPage Carrie Hatcher Ka uires Etfie Bradshaw Lula Allen Fannie Stults Mont Walford Ann ieed Barker Delle Mitchell Messrs B obto Young Paul Smythe Jo Coffey Twy man Atkins Trabue Wickliffe Tal mage Smith Leslie Powell Albin Murray Rollin Browning Dave Jones Fred Hancock Garnett Montgomery Henry Kemp Jo Patteson Jo Murray Geo Walford John Murrell Will Todd Nat Hancock Mr and Mrs J M Traylor Mrs Jo Traylor and Mrs J N Page W F Jeffries and C S Harris has control of valuable territory in the heart and center of the of the oil field Wayne county This property is at confluence of Sandy fork and Cir penters Fork the two forming Otter creek and is within four miles of the Sunnybrook wells the greatest producers in the South and within two miles of the Slick Ford wells on Sandy ork and within one mile of a direct line connecting the above valuableI properties A compaLY will be form cd at an early day for the purpose of immediate devclopemcnt If you are lling to take a good risk and desire an interest in this valuable propertyI call on the above named parties ditwas held last week and C S rris was selected as Secretary and commuoltt y want the fair as bad as indicated we glev inmand all will pull together e will have the most successful fair ever held in this town Make up you mind at once The track is in bad penashort time and the grounds will present the neatest appearance by the 20th of August The Connecticut Mutual does not write a loan policy nor a tontine is an annual dividend company you want to know all about the cot policies written call at this orb Reduction in Milliner In order to close out our cntirestock this season we arc now offering our goods at greatly reduced prices We ve just received some new goods come and get your hats at half erne MRS TIM BKADSOAW MISS ErIE BUAUSIIAW SPIiIIiIUSnOne of the best things for this pia that has occurred in a long time is the regaining of its old and well established name Russell Springs How and why it lost has always been a mystery us The Post altlce department seeks for short names and properly so convenience sake but it seemed most a crime to change from Russe11the Springs to Kimble for it was robbing the place of a name which ithad borne with all honors for a hundred years past Long before Kimble was though t Russell Springs had a habitation and name and was visited for the benefit the pure health giving and appetizing chalybeate water which flows from F mother earth C In truth itis due to the virtues of waters that an enterprising village with a population of two or three hun drcd has grown up around it We were here away back in the fir s when old man Stewart Patterson was mine host They were days when fiddling and dancing were in derwhen the boys went to have good time and they generally had it the occasion referred there was an nlht dance and there was a mul iibis the fiddle and the banjo There were also songs to enliven the hours of the night one lingers In my memory the tune and some of the words aligotlabuttheoldelephauterunt broke oat and he fell througherum bless tho Lord oh glory hallelcgcrum dance was in an old shanty long ddaysThen the houses were mere cabins well ventilated by the open space tween and the accommodations vc rewas the primitive kind The boys slept ree and four in a bedwedged in li sardines in a boxthose who slept on that memorably night when of moved all movcdit could not be otherwise and spoons was the slg for a general turn over Whit a wonderful transformation slace that time or indeed within the mdisappearedstory hotel stands on the site oC some them find n neat row of frame cot TbeItip t 1 1 health can find every necessary corn intort under the present management The town with its neat cotta homes and substantial business boas Is of modern growth It can boast four dry good stores a drug story telo shop15sa saw with a sign Ioneda school houses c decided improvement is also seen in country around the Spri d Farms are being opened uptin fore are giving way to cultivated fields and new houses bniltalungthepubNcronr The farmers bavcl aracl that fart izers pay Iu the increase crops vt wheat corn anti oats andtliat the tinht sjeep- cattle and hoeses Russell Springs is a pleasant place to betheblgUcstplala f montltois Russell county soil is especially aloeWto fruit and vegetables they grow perfection here and as for fried chickenthey come dressed and prepared for the table If any one clunk it let him come and see IJ JAMESFOWX Circuit court was convened by Judge W W Jones with his usual rigid Inistruction to the Grand Jury TheJuryI is composed of good repscsentative men of the county and is as follows Sam Percy M A Bradshaw Wm Irvin TMrL Bradley Jeff Stokes W AArm strong Phil Aaron P T Miss m Hart Marvin Antic Sinco PoppJewellt and Geo Eatham A good aemger crowd in town for the busy season the year Reports arc received here from Eus sell Springs that Dr Taylor is in a very critical condition from t wounds received last Friday an chancss for his recovery are not favor able IJInoil fever and we undsrstaad tint a 11Mr will be bored in the eastern part of the county in the near future A fourth of July celebration has brcn announced for Cheitbam church live miles west of Jamestown and the lowing speakers will be present 1 Collins WS Stone A11 BsughT bias IlulTakcr F J Uarger L Floyd and Eld Z T Williams t lectureon his trip to the Holy Las That the 4th will bs appropriately ebrated there Is not a doubt TheJmerchantsand Hotels did a orrNews have no faults to find with the ople of Russell county for every our business has increased GRADYY1JLB We bave had line rains for the last few days haIs GrceFrank Winfrey of Columbia through here last week en route f Edmonton ExGov J E Hindman wis with us one day last week D J Schooling in company Mr Alexander spent several days oflast investegating property that had been insured Mssses Kate Walker and Clara Wil more visited Misses Antic and Elite Bradshaw one night lat week lasceHies passed through bere last week en route for ColcmbhtlQuite a number of people attcncicdI quarterly meeting at Morris chapel on last Sunday Rev L Godbcy a very able divine of M E Church filled the pulpit in our city Sunday night delivering an in tcrcstiog dlsourelaMr J A Walker spent one day stMrweek in Metcalfc county rcccivln some line tobaccostW C Turk and wife and Mrs W Staples were the guests of Mrs II Walker one day last week Mr W D Jones was shaking bauds in with our people one day last week Mr G T Flowers sold to Jll Cof fey of Columbia n very fine young harness horse for 120 Mr G Sherrlll of Columbia n asby nighta to p list church Miss Fannie Townsend of Milltown visiting the family of G H Nell Mr Al Taylor and wife of Moutpela icr stopped over night last week with the family of Dr S A Taylor while en route to Ktlob Lick B trSmithcounty four three and fouryear old e xIItra good mules for 9500 Last Wednesday Mrs W W Yates Is entertained Mrs Fannie Hoy Mesdames S D 11The Burton and Mr Leslie Allen The day was very pleasantly spent a especially the nice fish and dinner thatpr prepared for the occasion Catcattle to Louisville for Smith Nell Mr Smith informed us that be EattendMr Chas Yates informed us that killed a snake in his chicken par d day last week that measured 5 4 inches ID length The reptile had a chicken in his mouth fir Buck Sparks one of iletcalfes tadate farmers and stockman wash3fiMe a few flays ego tQ tscelVe a very SI tine male calf that be had bought of G W Ejbsrtsoa Columbia for 25 schoolsrplace it has 125 scholars enrolled and one hundred In 3irC1YSparksU1d Burn to the wife of N IL Moss a daughter daughteris VILLEIIMrs Harper aad Jits Powell Hu UinvlHo are visiting Mrs W G Smith Mr A N Taylor is in Adair county Bunts k Coulter bought 100000 stivcs in Adair county Mr Ham of Lancaster bought two pair of work oxen from Cundlff Rich L Williams bought of William ood one work mule Eld Z T Williams delivered thres interesting sermons at the Christians church here Saturday night Sunday congregatlonlhear Bro Williams preach Bouta C Coulter have contracted for 500000 feet of lumber to be delivered December 1st at McKinney Mr George Purdy has returned from the Louisville Medical school Smith has contracted with Mr putthemnearfutura ofCANE VALLEY Born to the wife of W H Jones Jr a ten pound daughter Matticdweek Miss Mind Thomas of Williams was visiting here last week Tom Smith and family have gone to Dayton 0 to live Mr Jessre Sweeney of Lancaster is visiting here Uncle Marion Eire a popular old visitingrHatcherT milldSchool will open tbe first Monday ib with Mrs Mary Harvey as teach Vance Gowdy and Robt Borders of CampbellsviMc were here Saturday Rev Gordon preached here last Sunday at the Methodist church Sli s Ethyl Dohoney will teach at Hickory Grove on Green river Miss IIliie Cuodifl will teach the Lemon Bend school in Taylor county Over fifty people from this place were fishing st different pDints on een river last week orlELLIMtsrs L O Phelps and Wm Falk enburg passed through here last Sat urday en route for Kimblc Childrens day celebration at Kimble Sunday About 400 present Mr R E Wilson was visiting at Kimble last Sunday Mr A R Foley Kimble was hero listSaturday Rev Allen Calnd Store was here t Sunday Rev R Grider gave an interesting Subjecthapel Eev John Stinton attendep Conference meeting in Cumberland county Mr Cortez Stephens was in Somerset this week Mr MH Bernard was in Somerset week W S Coffey has returned from where he has been making EDMONTON- The stave factory which has teen operation at Cleveland for the past year will move to Martinsburg in a few days The strawberry supper given at the hotel last Saturdaymghtwas enjoyed all present Mr PII Nunn who has been at tending tbe Osteopathic school at Franklin Ky will return home In a few days There is considerable talk of getting post utuce at Cleveland by the name Curtis liar Vanhoy J C Breeding and W Mann attended the Methodist Dis t conference at Bear Creek S Vanzant who was nominated- by the Republican primary has withdrawn from the ractand G B Stone now on the track for attorney campaign in Metcalfe is grad warming up the candidates are thensooo be lively THE THREE SHOE STORE ldDEALERS IN High Grade Shoesbeftoaurctoaa or Now Designs Perfect Fitting Modern Sbeetf G PourtliAvinme 1AQU YILLE Ki t j c lo3lig3oo htStult Ird 1 T t CityttnU1brtimryr Jh 8i leA ti foiMfiPd city m the ftforhifls Pl lisIItta defended by Jilf d n reAt fortr nhout the city milcst11jfrum the walls it riJhJAfivsnisllttf forts four miles out each c ttniuing thrpo nets t ldflt5fi8tilUftiiJ tSvef nhtotyflveton gnus GrTrffiiiftaelcf 100pound melinite sfieljs arivrpady for thcso gnus toiirV Thoro are twenty nmup mil gtttgttiinuous ftrtificu tiuns rGhont the townoarthwo- rkiISBfeet thick at the base h and foot1dmoats So cleverly are the forts masked 3 iSpMPt of Sieeniiuf and the jrftllBljy trees and bushes that rnonearlS dozen times and see scarcely a fertifemitiF ons The Ji1IgeJ1f theuia aty five ton guns us fou7tEtn1riilCS TbwWk they gulis Parts has 50000 1 iin4fl artillerymen among ltet redrrseti Slie chuM man ov fr itimtltike river son all apther ilhilirautrires nists nK Ii i envalry regiments into the fieidfor scoutingpurposeB SuiU ltdrforliu micr other city Pl pia goujd rival At err y 1000 yards along the iurr slope of the fortifications is a thred strAvpguarcllimise Some iQvQSO troops could thus be shell ered with tiv coll of all attackable WJfrfltie3 E vliry Horse over four years old is registered The general staff 6ti uiichoqso from somo 120000 horMJf There are in Paris 10000 babs with throw Bores to a cab 4SsQQp mounts fairely suitable for cavalry Add 20000 tram and yQUB Jier J and 50000 draught horseatbalance may be taken as iu privitfr bonds Tho military stores of Paris are briijmHa Iu aclay she cculd I arm and clothe 450000 fighting jnenwith 70000000 rouuds if- njmplimto catritlgos And ftt the army bakery shy reserves large stores b wf grinN w York Press jT State of riota y A Midii1Pshoro Ky Tune 10 r fTffirieothie are dead at Ccrbin llirtets are full of aruiedmen In lAw wq order ia lead letter thgrfot jiiight Another feud has f sfcsjrted nod more bloodshed exp cted it any time The TcTmeu1afe Chief of Po lico Silas Wilder find Deputy Shef notoriousJnioonslnner Andy they wore trying to arrest jgggjrau a blind ti erdistille eighten mis f ruin Tonlav lii went to town with JJi taree MS anajnvn t raise a ri t11IY ct rtdiii to terd- ripeaeai1i e 6irei its Brail am and Witcler thought it jjgBJj iifiioii fliiimgsFtimid Bran ham walked over 1o Cox unit or jjdpjhiiii tosto his rioting For tftREJfftriUox whJpped out a revolt fi idslut Brauham dead oil Wilder started in a run to BranI 0Jta Jj a sistimoejaiid Ooxtaking steady aim fired Wilder fell hint ffifHb 1Y wvupded hilt notuncouri- aFmFiRli Coolly rpv ling his pistol lain Cox 1r 5 takitV2aim at the pros tmtofifty t Wilder managed tagtftinht his rvolyei The two i rq 9jikfiltrerabUdrl lit slice C xlfcllj r tiiGlimit hir sec6riaLshot missed Wilder Wilder was taken home W S 7 ll d in tttfr hours t tryWordne hastily taken into the moautains and in a few hours i uiapspermito mooushiuera l n J5CSPtifefehBtjeoth marched down into the ton n with Cox a widow rjitiJMtfir 1pd branishiug a Win rafj cheajersnd threatening to kill ev cry Branhnn man iti Corbiii J Vpllftig madly the cayalcadb i by Braitthams house wherolits dead body lay firing t111 iKeiyWsfdll aiid nljbs fusillade u tWJ7 lW ltd ftirina rnrrvinr terror lffllrr4hfrG r ffinWfta lyn Iuham faction with shotit 9J5fl59AiK4iE6elfandmen I ibtuus and yiBtols camo hurrying ifromu thoiurins throughout Whit leywWutyT fifteen strong they lF8vu Q9 guard tBrauhams Wildtr8f also stationed aposse- arouiiilit5eii house Jeittxl dis5fl moo are par t tonighttlwig ttWnil pistols Winohestefa1 and knives f and there may bJa ibloq yaQl sarjjeforo morniug t a iPA4sf Leroy J1JlPirrttgggdlle siatn anti- w brotttcr tTolc re tott yj mltfti rtabcaftersTioo log wag i cre ated l uestibnsIT1 for Women Are you nervous Are you completely exhausted Do you suffer every month If you answer yes to of these questions ou have ills which Wine of Cardui cures appreciate what perfect health coo sld be to you taking Wine of Cardui thousands you have real ized IL Nervous strain loss of sleep cold or indigestion starts menstrual disorders tn tare not noticeable at first but day by day steadJy grow into troubIrsome comp1i Upns Wine of CarduI used just before the menstrual period will the female system in concfition This medicine Istaken quietly at home There is nothing like it to help women enjoy good health It costs test this remedy which is endorsed by JOOOooo cured women Lena T Fritburg East Louis IIIS3ys Iam physically a new woman by reason of my use of of Cardul and Thedfords Black Draught la cases requIring directloni dress vtJDJ palmsRho Ladles AdTl Medhclue Tax Repealed On July 1st the stamp tai on the following articles will betaken ff Bank checks 2 cents Bills of lading for exports r 10 cents Bonds of indemnity and bonds not otherwise specified 50 cents Repealed except as to bonds of indemnity Certificate of damage 25 cents Certificates of deposit 2 cents Certificates not otherwise specified 10 cents Charter party 3 to 10 Chewing gum 4 cents eaoh1 Commercial brokers 20 Drafts sight 2 cents Express receipts 1 cent Iiifiirauce Life 8 cents on each marine inland fire ol1ehtilrc nts onfeaah1I causal ty fidelity and guaranty duehalf cent on each lJLease 25 cents to 1 Manifest for Custom House en try U to t5 Money orders 2 cents for each 100tMortgage or couveyanse in trust 25 cents for each 1500 Perfumery and cosmetics one eighth cent for each 5 cents Power of attorney to vote 10 cents Promissory notes 2 sentsfor each 100- Proprietary medicines ono oighth cent for each 5 cents Protest 25 cents Tolegragh message ceiit Telephone elcent Warehouse receipts 25 cents Husband If you have a weak nervous delbita ted wife do not scold or become impa tient with her Give her kindtreat mcnt loving words and Morlcys Liver and Kidney Cordial to renovate regu late and strengthen her system and she will JonU your healthy happy best ail Price Si Sold by agent in every town The Democratic Committee of Adair county is hereby notified to meet at the courthouse in Columbia Monday July 1 1901 at the purpol9devisipg nominate county candidates for tha various offices A full attendance is desired N M TUTT Chairman- P S AlLDemocratic candidates tiro requested to be present NM T A VI JlIDg Pain or soreness in the back must never be slighted Kidney diseases creep on us with only that one warn ing Delay is folly w hen by the timely usc rMorelcys Liver and Kidney Cordial tho great system renovator all danger can bo avoided This remedy Isa positive cure for Kidney and Urinary troubles Ask your druggist liussell Springs Hotel This splendid house pt entertainment is now open for health seekers The spriB at this well knoWn water taeSfatelocation is lid neallhfet in jllthis cou lrvItlfs high and dtajln breeze all tfic time The table issup plipwl thtbevery best aadi uLm rgalyritejtetkeuaders- igned W M VATKJUAN r iuuJllI9ir mJIorJP nix fTp 7n rnf IlJanolX u Kl3eafa tufha1JHI11j brAf GiRitt riktilsquir WUl8mdlP betILoiSTmnSitCompar1yalp1ttH i1ThIrilly gd8 Mdtcildnt1Mtfianlllfb port Iith bfiWiJj- JI1fbv n t UooN ilotKJJIi illU7fJu74i t 7JYra rLWIeRfgtnlaiprityAle tib1dssmslkcesstulantl mostJturri ktflNEu- iilf ttikheffbhtIli Aritericant Jtpuirs LaviLsImVlar bfstoJ bs1T11rdditiebut oivfeiY tb has been sacapably handled ayto hold its possessors level In the race with the self mad Atrieiicans This stii the poor reins country n thesns tint there is nothhu lo keep thepojr wan down ifGod hasgmvinhiuhthcaottity und theambltiont rise r The rapst serious menace tit ilic trust evil Isthis ncr lllni lfatt upon the Jndlvjqual butrevtjn trio trustshave not yePprevalledk t1 pre i11iilttncttonJI1Mr Carleton is a ease in ppin tSpIF 1llctptage1VondcrfulEigIitt 01 il iIcramps edy Ask your druggist r JI have had all the Phllj pip 1 want said Mark Thomas recently in an interview iu the Washington Post After a 12 months sojourn there I am frank tosay that I do not believe it any country for a white man Itis a rare thing to find un American that does notwish to get back toj the States as quickly as possible The spirit of discontent and desire to get away find expression in the army that has been sont to subjugate the islands and the United States soldier that is sat isfiedwith his lot is an exception Tho climate JB bad itstbat when ever a man gets sick there is no bracing recuperative quality in the air and recovery to health is exceedingly slow My belief is that the capture of Aguinaldo will not put an end to our troubles in the Philippines there will be plenty of revolutionary leaders to stir up a desultory warfare and the chances are that tho fighting will goon for the uext ten years The negro population of the United States in 1890 was 7470 000 Now it is about 9000000 At the usual ratio of voters to pop ulation there should bo at t his time about 1800000 negro men above the age of 21 years altho ofcourse there is no way of tell ing how many actually vote Turkey has agreed to apologize for the ill treatment of Italian subjects by Turkish authorities and to indemnify the victims Beware of fast omen and horses wrote John Jenkins of Philadelphia before pulling the trigger and sending his soul to kingdom x mc A Good Cough Medicine It speaks well for Chamberlain 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 withcomplete satisfaction to myself and customers says Druggist J Gold smith Van Etten U Y I have al ways used it in my own family both for the cough rollotvlng lagrlppo and find at very efficacious For sale by SI Cravens LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Liv Stock Exchange Bourbon Stoc Yards CAITLE Extra shipping S500 5 25 LightShipping 4 7C5 00 Best butchers 4 154 50 Pair to goodbutchers a 503 9- 0Ctommontomedhunbtchr 2 753 50 HOOS Choice packing and butch erBv200vto300fts Fair 85 to good packing160 to II iGOodito extra light 130 to 180 H8rt St SHEEP AND LAKbs Good to extra shipping SISMpr 33535 Fair o good 2 603G Common tom 1u 2 662 r IK nr IJ50000 r5JFiHi For Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November 5 1901 wiU be distributed to patrons of the WeekijrBnquirerj as follows For Nearest Correct Guess 4 f 6OOO For Second Nearest Correct Guess t SOOOi u Third 1500 rt Fourth 1000 u u 500 It 400ISNext 20 each 100 amountinffto a 100 50 n u iiIi36OOOrr 200 u 25 6OOO u rr 1000 10II u i ii IlOOOO 3060II 5u u 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 1892 861625 1893 835604 1894II p 776819 1895 846996 Guess what it will be in 1901 6000Anadditional prize of 6000 for any person making an exactly correct ss If there be marcthan one exactly correct guess the 6000 to be equally divided them Tfie ionsare 100 for ars subscription to the Weekly Ericlwrbpcrititlbs such subscriber to one guess SIC oo Ser tea ye ojjiy subscriptions secures ten guesses VS10 fop qne subscription ten years secures ten guesses 1 No con jfiissjons Rii extra guesses For further particulars see Weekly Enquirer Send all ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati Cv fMth Sunday Missionary AND S S CONVENTION Of the Russells Creek Association to beheld with the Beech Grove Baptist Church miles North East of Greens burg June 29th and 30tb 1901 First Day 930 AM Devotional Exercises J W Craw Icy 950 What our churches most need J E Scott and II S Bell Alternates D B Gupton and E II Henderson The responsibility of the pastor as to Mission Work W S Dudgeon and T M Green Alternates R B Wilson and J W Bagby What is Missions J WCrawley sari J A Pierce AlternatesA L Ford and E F Tucker Will a church be a Missionary in Spirit with an AntiMissionary Pastor W B Cave and W W Ingram Al ternates W M England and John Berry Second Day 9 A M now can a SundaySchool be conduct ed successfullySam Crawley and M S Ferrcll AlternatesB S Kessler and J M Mitchell Things essential in good teaching in the SundaySchool B W Penick and M Coakley AlternatesJ Shreve Durham and W J Coakley The Relation of SundaySchools to Missions W H Graham and A W Curry AlternatesI M Grimsley I and F Harrison 11 A M Missionary Sermon WT Underwood Alternate J W Craw ley J W CRAWLEY B T KESSLEK T L liKKEN Committee A Millionaire and Ont Even if be is worth millions of dol lar1 It isnt any reason why he should be too proud to pick up a cent That is how people of Yonkers speak of the conduct of Alfred G Vander bill who some days ago spent several minutes hunting for a penny he drop ped on the Hoar of the Getey House says the New York Journal Mr Vanderbilt accompanied by his wife formerly Miss Elsie French reached Yonkers on the coach Pioneer While the horses were being changed the mllllaire greatgrandson of the fa mous Staten Island Commodore went with a small party into the cafe Mr Vanderbilt paid the clerk and in doing so dropped a coin By this time the horse was harnessed and the trumpeter was blowing on his horn the blast which means All Aboard Tho rest of the men went out and climbed on the coach Mr Vander bilt didnt He searched under tables I aid moved the chairs and eventually found the coin which proved to be a cent under the bootblack stand where It had rolled greatgrande tookto up Inherited their habit said a bystander as the coach drove away It is now time for the stockmen to advertise their stock In our judg ment the newspaper that reaches the people is the very best medium Bills do bht little towards advertising as th yare rarely ever seen but a few miles from home their purpose in the main fc to set forth terms The News read by 5000 people every week Is- readyto tell the story If you have good stock worthy and desirable ad crUse in this paper The News Own themostcompls asaurtntept of stationary Job material Wae please you Hyou heed ttiiofc is ouclin 1896 was 1020107 1897II 864022 1898II 793169 1899II 920872 1900U tI 91 1 among a J a IL0W RATES CHLIFORNIH VIA f6 Bio Four On April 2nd OtblCth 23rd and 30th 1901 special one way Colonist rickets to many California points will 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 Route or address the undersigned WJ LYNCH W P DEPPE Gen P Tkt Agt Assistant CINCINNATI 0 SJ GATES Gen Agfc Louisville Ky You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea remedy M Cravens will refund you r money if you are not satisfied after Ing it It is everywhere admitted t be the most successful remedy in us elfor bowel complaints and the only on that never fails It is pleasant safe and reliable W H Stone son of ExAuditor Sam uel H Stone is dead in Louisville He was insurance commissioner uad Gov Bradley but was in the Tobacco business at the time of his death altoteNew Gsly HY r x i i t frr P Ifif RSON l T1f- ti iiLi f 1 eST0WN kY 2 1 n hli c1 l lh 3UCKSKR resldeatt i IJUCKKBR Vice President o is r J Il JB BET MAIN AND AND 216220 TENTH sfc KV r Pour SInNriis FREE STOKAQK house Mark your Hhds HOUSE f THE KY stand dealers in all kinds of 1j rai MARBLE GRANITE naneddiotel elegantly irushednilthota tinssui i1ilt1ClS PATTERSONiS illockijer TbaGGo Warsliouse 60 INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE SFrCTRLTtT tTe1IldPlmelldettt BUCKNER tOEC B DESYPROPRIETORS 71ebthQii WOrIfS7f LEBANON llID IJlt EDSpoclalbefore prepared to kinds of masonry work such as foundations r WM F JEFPJRLES Local A Columbia Ky S THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT GOMPANY Incorporated OCRESERVEAMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 correspondence HOME OFFICE ecLEXINGTON KY GOOP TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS 4 r t j e Roafeofte v l J The tow price at which Arbuckles famous roasted coffee can be sold is made rpossible by enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage- as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality aud greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a + definite part in some useful a Full information with rticlIl Savethe signatures di No loiter plat can ie untth at the uvo It nel blo tall nlifd with the bet zthe market aJTordB t t bctIJr Proprietor t J DUCKNEK iSecy and Treas 313319 CHAPEL ST 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